BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Daily British Columbian Jun 4, 1889

Item Metadata

Download

Media
dbc-1.0346759.pdf
Metadata
JSON: dbc-1.0346759.json
JSON-LD: dbc-1.0346759-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): dbc-1.0346759-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: dbc-1.0346759-rdf.json
Turtle: dbc-1.0346759-turtle.txt
N-Triples: dbc-1.0346759-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: dbc-1.0346759-source.json
Full Text
dbc-1.0346759-fulltext.txt
Citation
dbc-1.0346759.ris

Full Text

 government..Printing o£*
British    Columbian.
VOLUME 0
NKW   WESTMINSTER, B. 0„ TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 4, 18S9.
NUMBER 131
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSIHE3S 0M"S.
T. O. ATKINSON,
lAniUSlEB, BOLIU1TOB, *c. Ollloes-
") Masonlo Building. New Westminster,
STO. dwto
JlttMSTKOSa A, ECKSTEIN,
EQA.RBISTEBS, SOLtalTOIlS, ETO.—
[} Masonlo Bulldine, New Wostmin-
tur, B. C_ dwniy'to
IW. NORMAN I'OLlil, H.-.,
T»ABaiSTEB-AT-LAW,L.*.NI)AQI5NT,
J_>  Money to Loau. omco-Cturksoii St.
New Westminster, B C. dto
COIIBUI ID, Mr. (11,1, .1 Jt.SU,
IDABBI8TERS, SOL1C1TOIIH, ele.  Oill-
D cos—Masonlo Buildings, New West-
inlilKtei', mul Vancouver, n, C.        dwte
A. 0. UBYDONB-JACK, HI. A ,
IVTOTABY PUBLIO, CONVEYANOEB,
JL. An. Barrister of tlio New Brunswick
Supreme Court. Olllco in tlie Hiimloy
BUlldlng, Columbln 8t., opposite the Colonial Hololi dupfilo
•JOSEPH K, OAYNOK, II.A..1.I..U.
t/*10LD MEDALIST ol tbo Unlversl'5 01
Ij Dublin. BAimiSTEK-AT LAW ol
llie High Court ol .lust'ee, liclund. Oillces,
Corner MuKonsio A Olarkson sts.. Now
WestminBter. dwiu2lto
0. II. a ATE WOOD, U.B.S.,
S-lURGEON DENTIST—A Ornilualo of
BS InolWlllmoni Dental CoIIcbo, Is prc-
Enircd to .In all UlOcB o filial work. Of;
■ l,!0 over Mi'I.ennnn A MoFeely'sI linrd*
ftvaro storo, nl Conlova St., Vanoouver,
O, >V. UKAHT,
ROIIITECT.  Oince-Cornor Mary and
I. Clarkson sis., Westminster,   dwto
\U
CLOW A- MAOLUHE,
TtOHiTEOTS.    (illlco—Itoom E. ovor
SBonit ofB.O., Columbia Btroot.wrat-
iTiistor. tno
WILLIAM 11. KINO,
Hi ECIIITECT,8ANITAEYENGINEE!t,
HA & I Itomoved to ArmslroiiB's Block,
■jolnmlila Slreet,   Westminster-Boom
W. TIIlUAUnEAU,
tf AND SUBVEYOIt ANDDI'.AUaHTS-
!j innu. ITiinilpv lllucli, New Westmin-
ter, B. I.'.  dmyl5tc
A. I'. lOTTOS.
IflOMINION and PROVINCIAL LAND
ill SUBVEYOIt Olllcc: ItoomD,Bank
_\t B. C. Iiilllilln;.', V.-'Hlminster, B. 0.
^^ 0. 1'ITTIl-lDBIUII,
■OEAT, ESTATE llI'.OKER nnd County
■lil. Court ,'u."n,t. Couiiiilssloner, Notary
J'ubllo, am. Routs collected, oflloe—Mo-
§:eii7.le st.i'Ct, NVw Westminster, B. 0.
I, J. TIIAPP,
IA UUTIONKUB AND APPRAISER.
\ Colon'bia Street, New Westminster,
ll comrai.'sions will reoelve prompt
nil careful t.tleution. Best re-oroiicB
I von whoiire(iu:n'il. inhlZ-to
TURNER, ISliblTON Si CO.,
iJlTERCHANTS.    Wharf  St., Violoila.
Ml   Agents Ior Nortb Urltlsb nnd Mer-
^mlllo Insurance Co. for Mainland.   H.
. Hkrton A Co., :l" innsbury circus, Lou-
,•_. 0, dlo
~R I PEARS
Htcal  Estate  Brokers and
financial Agents.
|0ENT8 FOR
.C-mfedcratt'i-i Llf«   Assm-l-i'lon of
Toronto.
Rr.oynl and Lniicn-slili*-* Flro Insnr>
mice Vouii>anl-**-t
Ina. Valuable Lots (or sale in Iho Cily
id Dlt-trlet of Westm hit-tor- and trhoice
otNln tlio City nf Vti'um'.vcr.
Persons wintitu<* to hyy or Bell oity or
iral proporty sl":.uU rommuniiuitc with
6flU:oa: llituk of B.C. liuiUHni-'. opposite
»slolHiTO,Wi''iimIiiKl-r1rtiid HiimlnenHI.,
aimouvor. <l wuplflto
RAND BROS.
S*»MAt. ESTATI3 liltOKKUS,
Couvcynuceri, Collectors,
.. Ami  liiHi-.finr.-f AgettlK,
ft'does at
NMV WKSTi-llNRTEK:  Coniflr
yoK.nii7.le imd CliirkKon Sts.
VANHOUVKIt, ('milovn .Street,
LONDON,Knijlnvni.
, iiUIL'JTNO LO'L'.S ."■: .-nio in iitl sei-CoiiB
1 Vancouver nml Now Wustminstoi- Cily.
AMttM LANDS of Hiipi-.liH- n utility for
J.IO nt Ohllllwiiitok, Purl llmnmmnl,
VViiu'lcv, Mnisqiii, Humus, Mini I'ayJ-iul-
_r's Ijimiling, Lulu iHlft'.il, North Arm
•id Pitt Ulver,
•'Maps and Plans exhlbuVd nml Iiu1 full-
^- information furniBliodai all ouroirtoeB-
W. BOVILL,
Seal Estate Agent
AND CONVEYANCER.
I ''13W WESTMINSTKIti-omcr.Ma-'lceii.
1:   zlo Street,     ,,
&ANCOUVERl-Onice,  Abbott   Btreet,
;   near Cordova Htreet.
EPull List of Oity nnd Siibarbaa Pro-
ferty.
RiVtirtlonlnr atlentlon paid  lo Farming
mu nils.
lAmmito information  to correspond-
n-1- • dwmyOyl
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of the best makes; I'ross-Cllt & Hnild-SllWS,
Uarkc'l Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary Utensils for Farming!
I'nllcy llloeks, Snatch Blocks, Rope & Chain in all sizes! Pitch,
Tar & Oakuini Tarred and Plain Paper for Bulldlngi Paints & Oils
in all colors; l.iillli-l Paints in all shades: Floor Paints ready touse; Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper in all desiens; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
LuluicutlllK Oils? Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,  I
t_- Special attention given to orders by mail.
T. T. "•TK.A.-FrF cSC CO.,
dwjly3to
■<?        Colcmiiia Street, New Westmisstek.
GRANT & MACLURE.
ools & Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTEB.
New Spring Goods I
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
-T.    JSS.   3N^i3Ll^ei0 3Xr?r3
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street)
New Westminster,
Globe House!
ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
|5jivll Engineers, LandSur-
■■ veyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
lillANCIAL, SHIPPIHB & COMMISSION AGEHTB
Virci Life A Marine lntturnucr.
—olumhiaSt., - Opi'. Colonial Hotei,
■f1       NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
i^lVB PEaSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
-"j- teniion to all lnofo-iHlonal ordcra and
md«r lliolr sorvlceH to resident** nnd nou-
jHldontH bavlnttClty or Coiinlri'Proporty
i dlHpooo of or lii'siriii;; prodtablo Invest*
lent,
Outllflls of ollglhioproporileHnreoom-
rohonsivo and oonntantly rocelvliiKnddi-
onv, nml our favomblQ onsturn rionnuo-
ons hoth in (Janadn and the Atianiio
latenglvo uh uniiBual facilities for bitsl-
ess.
Special attention will bo paid to tho
niviiii'-c nnd Inspootloit of Lumber for
lipmentloforolBDporlB. TnunnKO cbnr-
trod and uoncral shipping buslncBs t nuiB-
itmi. dwaplyl
*M;-iiJS3"RS.
I Macpherson k Thomson
>**     Of Ontario and Murqnotte, Mlohigtm,
'■' ' luwo opened a
TITST     EBCBIVED,
The Latest Novelties in Ladies'
Straw Hats and Bonnets,
Silk Dolmans
and Mantles.
MMMMSmm TirWMMm WMJm.MS_n
RAND BR<
Real Estate,
Insurance and Financi
A.CSrESBJ-T'JB.
OFFICES s
NEW WESTMINSTER, 02RMM.,Agif«%KrT
VANCOUVER,
CORNER CORDOVA AND
ABBOTT STREETS.
—AND-
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG. 107 cannon st.
Farming Lands^Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Ill THE HOLBROOK BUCK,
,, Columbia Street, _ doors East
1 .■;•       of Telegraph Oilice.
V* Tliey bave a eompleto assortment of
_ loverythlng usually found ln a tlrst-eluss
M.Drug Storo, oomprlstiuc puro und frosh
"DRUQS, OHEMI0AL8,
PATENT MEDICINES,
f|j TOILET ART10LES,
f ENGLISH, FRENOH AND
AMERICAN PERFUMES.
,. Physicians' proscriptions carefully com-
|| pounded duy and iilv.lit. rcHTtllm
|W. BREDEMEYER, DR, PH.
(Ijito Partner of John MoVlohor)
U«NING ENGINEER, U.S. A PROVIN-
l        CIAr.SURVEYOR.it ASSAYER.
IMASONIO TKMl'LB   Rl-OflK,   VANCOUVBn,
f*j-a*lU'liable reportr*, nnd'-n-rmi'i I Mir-
voyHand maps of minei exoeutrd at. low
raf™,   Assays made on 'ill klmlnnf min-
r oralH, sold and nllver barn,  Tlilrty years-
experience  In mining in AhIh, Em-ope
. and Untied Htatos of  Amorlcn.   Rponks
' ton languages.   Assays front a dlitunco
promptly nttondod to,   AddroBB Vnucou-
ver-aa dieltte
Business Property.
Lot facing on Oolumbia and Front Sta.,
In central portion of tlio oity; sovor&l
buildings briiiR goodront-^2,000.00.
Lot 4, Block 7, near Lytton Square,
66x132 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Uront StB.--$0,000.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St,, 33x60 feet—
$4,000.00,
Also—Lot and Building with Btook of
Oooda. ono of tho best business stands
- ia the oity,
Improved Residential Property
Lot 15, Bloek 13; two houses rented at
paying figiiros-&lt(300.00.
Houso and Lot on Lome St., near Col-
umbia—§1250.00.
Lota 4, 5 k 0, Bloek 10; good houso,
garden, ko,; olioioo residenco proporty
-95,260.00.
Comor Lot on Columbia St.; fenced-and
c]eared-§1500.00.
Houso and Lot on Columbia St,; ono of
the finest residences In tho oity—87,-
000.00.
Houso and Lot on Hoyal Avonuo, noar
Douglas St.—$2,000.00,
Houso and 3 Lots, cornor Royal Avenuo
and St. Patrick's St.; no bettor rcsi-
don-ie site in tho city-810,000,00.
1 aoro, with 7 houses, near tlio Park—
90,000.00.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powiler never varies. A marvel of
ptirity,8lreiif*thnndwholeflomenesH. More
economical than the ordinary ltimls, and
cannot be sold in compeiitlon wlththo
multltndo of low test, short, weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
Royal Bakihg Powder Co., 100 Wall St.,
Now York. 8fely
Q
HOUSE TO RENT
N ST. TATBICK'S S^TJABE; 5 rooms.
iljeltc
FOR  SALE.
YODHO HOUSE; GOOD A SOUHI);
_ will work single oril.mble. Apply
fo^HEl'IFF ARMSTRONG.    dmyTml
A
TO RENT.
mUB STORE B'ORMEHI,V OCOUl'IE!)
1   by Foulds A Co., In tlio Masonic nud
Ouil Fellows' Bloctt, New Wesliulnslcr.—
Apply lo                         WM. MoOOLL.
J_*J dap2lo	
TO LEASE.
THE UNION HOTEL, opposito Masonic
and Oddfellows- Bloek.
For particulars, apply nt tbo
MAINLAND RESTAURANT,
djelml New Westminster.
FOR SALE.
milE  HOUSE   OS   FRONT   STREET
X   lately ukbiI ns a
Hotel and Bakery
By Albert Dclliel.  Tbo oven'Is In prime
eoiulillon; two yenrs' lca.se.
Apply to a. A. KELI.Y,
itiny2i!lc McKunzle St.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Blook 28; oornor lot on Agues Bt.;
lino residence sito—$1200.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., noar Queen's
Avenue—5500.00 each.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Halifax Sts., near Clinton St.; fine views
nnd well altuatcd-f350.00, $378.00,
.mw.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton -
$300.00.
Lot 0, Suit-Block 10; fine residence lots-
J2B0.00.
Lots ou Pclham St., near Mary—$000.00
osoh.
Lot ou Pclham St., near St. Andrew's;
fino site-$500.00.
Lot on St. John's St., noar Melbourne—
$:i."o.oo.
Lot In St. Andrew's Sc|iiaro-$3O0.0O.
Lots in Blook fronting on North Arn
road; finest chanco in the market fo:
residence or speculation—Sl'Jti.OO ti
$175.00.
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 11, suli-Blool
I2-SO0.O0 to $125.00.
I,ot< iu Subdivision of Lot 17, auli-Bloo
13—tlOO.OO each.
Lots tn Westminster Addition at $15.00
to $50.00. '
Business Notice.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
1*1 tbo partnership heroto'ore subsist-
me; between I'opiilcwoll Honilmnigb &
Borrie, of the wostmlnster Pottory, was
dissolved by mntunl coiwont nutticuTtli
duv of May, 1889. Mr. .Tnliu Popplewell
rctl.es from the firm. The business In
future will bo conducted by Thomas Hembrough and llobert Borrie uud, r the iiunio
niiiislyl.'Of Ili'inbmngb A Horrln.
All persons Indebted to tbo Into linn nro
requested lo ii.uko Immediate payment
to JIRMBKOOOH A BOBKIE.
Now trnst., Mny 27, 1889. ilmyffltll
N0TE8 MID COMMENTS,
__,_
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sis.
STEWART # CASH, PROPIUETOBS
J. J, WILSON,  -  NAIIACER.
Rates, $1.00 and $1.50 per Ray,
ACCOumNQ to noo-r.
BPEGIAL RATES BYTHE WEEK OB MOUTII,
mrPnrlles suppllod with all bimlu of
ICE-CREAM. dmylml
T. A. MUIR & CO.
Chemists & Druggists,
Queeh's hotel Block    -    NewWestmikstu
A CHOICE LINE OF
Brushes,     Perfumes,
Gombs,      SachetPowd'rs
E  Soaps,
TOILET   ARTICLES.
Proscriptions and Family Recipes carefully dispcntjoil from pure Drugs.
sirI-. Rill nlleudance. daplto
Justice—"What's the charge?"
Complainant—"I ain't dead sure;
but from th' feelin' T reckon he
muat 'r used buckshot y'r  honour."
Miss Lighted—"I was very muoh
admired at the wedding reception
Inst night. I noticed ono gentleman
who never took his eyes off me the
•whole ovonin**!." Miss Sharpe—
"Did the gentleman havo a black
moustache, waxed ou tho ends V
"Yea ■ do you know him 1" "I
know of him. He is a detective.
He wns there to watch the presents."
Tn reference to the piratical action
of tho United States and its lessees
in the North Pacific the Boston
Transcript says: "It may not
always be practicable for our government to insist upon regarding
tho whole of Hehring Sea as closed
water. We inhorited this assump
tion from Russia with the acquisition of Alaska, hut our government
is unfortunately iu the position, of
having combattcd the assumption
when Russia made it."
A timely caution.—Husband—
"Don't worry, my dear, if I get
home a trifle late occasionally, now
that I've joined the athletic olub.
I usp.d to bo a great athlete when I
was a boy, you know, and it seems
like renewing my youth to go
through with the old exercises again."
Wife—"Ko, John, I won't, but
when you got home nt 2 a.m., as
aa you did this morning, pleaso don't
renew your youth by standing on
your head in the front porch, nor
climbing through the transom,
because it is apt to excite remark,
you know—that's all, dear."
Weary of gentile persecution, the
latter day saint is betaking itself, bag
and baggage, und also its wife, to
Canada. The northwest territory
of our good neighbors is sadly in
need of a population, and to it the
Mormons with their huge families
will be a God-send and to us *"they
nevor will be missed." Canada is
welcome to tho saintly bigamists
and the Chinese, and if there should
still be ground room in the rogions
wild of the Saskatchewan we could
spare a few bald-knobbers, white-
enps and luoon-lighters.—Tacoma
Ledger, And a great many assorted scoundrels as well, besides several
million gentlemen of color and their
families, But we haven't lost any
such truck.
Lord Lytton, the British Ambas-
dor in France, was making an
after-dinner speech in Paris the
other evening, and. poet-like, put
some striking ideas into artistio expression. He pictured the dying
nineteenth century addressing its
young successor, the coming twentieth century, in suoh words as these :
'My days have been both good and
evil, but tho good was greater than
the evil. I have outlived illusions
inherited, illusions connected with
certain political methods and ideas,
which have not stood the test
repeatotly applied to them liy my
own experience, and in this I have,
perhaps, rendered you the greatest
of services. On the other hand, I
hand over to you some perplexing
political problems, some anxious
social questions, which have been
created by the complex conditions
of my lifo, and which I have not
lived long enough to solve. In the
paths of wholesome progress your
steps will be made smooth and easy
by tho achievements of my science,
toil and energy. I have not succeeded in entirely ridding the world
of wars and apprehensions of wars,
but I havo at least rendered war a
terror, instead of being, as before, a
pastime, even to the most reckless
and ambitious. I bave so employed
the arts of trado and commerce as
to givo all nations a common and
increasing interest in the preservation of peace."
SO oo.
Real  Estate,
[NSURANCE .
 AND	
ial Agents
Purchase Sell and lease Pro-
' perty,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
Aud transact nil Business relating to
Roal Estate
— ACIENTS FOR—
London Assurniici; Gorimrntlon.
Connecticut, Fire Insurance Co. of
Hartford.
London and liancaslilrc I.lfo Asanr<
ante Oo.
Oniitoii Insurance Olllcc, I.il. (Marino)
OFFIOESI
Columbia St., New West'r
41 Government St., Victoria
dws.Uyl
THE GREAT FLOODS
In Pennsylvania Furnish Fresh
Horrors Every Second.   i),000
Victims Buried To-day. ,
The Cronin Mystery Likely to be
Unravelled hy a Suspect Turning States Evidence.
Thirty Million Chinese   Lottery
Tickets Seized Yesterday by
the 'Frisco Police.
An aeronaut in this city makes
an interesting suggestion, says the
New York Sun. "Has anybody,"
ho says, "ever used tho balloon in
tho exploration of Central Africa
or proved that it would uot bo
serviceable 1 Look at Stanley struggling for yeara amid forests, swamps
nnd savage tribes, yet unablo to
mako his way into the interior;
but would it not ho possible for a
skillful aeronaut to take him in a
balloon from the coast of Africa,
proceed in tho direction of Ujiji,
and-from there towards tho source
of tlie Nilo, surveying the country
as they wont along 1 They would
sweep across tho country at the rate
of four or live hundred miles u day,
so lhat but a short timo would be
needed for the long journey, and
they would meet no obstruction from
swamps, forests or savages. The
balloon would easily carry all the
provisions and water required by
tho party during tho trip, and tho
aeronauts might travel only during
tho day, descending for rest at night.
Years ago Prof, Wise ropeatedly
made voyages of a thousand miles
in his balloon, and competent sky-
flyers might now bo found to solve
the African problem through a
voyage in un air-ship. It is the
only way to do it, and I shall tell
Stanley so when he gets baok here
to lecture." It is to be understood
that tho aeronaut who mado the
foregoing remarks is an enthusiast
on his favorite subject.
Job printing of all kinds neatly dono
at tho OOLUMuiAH office. Prices will le
found as low as at tnr othtr offloe in
the province —Adv
TUB ('HEAT FLOOD.
JoHMiTowN, Pa., June 4 —7:30 a.m.
A large force cf workmen aro uow engaged fur the first time in tho work of
systematically recovering bodies from
amuni* thu rains at the railroad bridge.
The tires are nearly extinct and unless
they break out again the work will
progress rapidly. The bodies taken
from tho ruins this morning aro horrible object!". It is impoasiblo to account for thu horrible manner in which
the flames mutilated them. The smell
of putrifyiug and burned llesh is terrible. Several workmen have already
heen compelled to leave on account of
aicknoss. With this condition of affairs, taken into consideration with
tho fact thut the work on this immense
quantity of debris haB just begun, the
weather growing warmer and a week
or more will elapse before the stupendous work is complete, and the awful
dangers of epidemic, tho horrors of
the situation are not pleasant to contemplate. A party of gentlemen have
juat arrived from the east, coming
across the mountains in wagons. Thoy
report a terrible condition of affairs
between this point and Harrisburg.
Not a train Ai any kind ia running.
On the Midland Pennyfilvania Railway
the tracks have been washed out for
long distances in many places. A
great maiiv bridges aro gono entirely
and those remaining will need extensive repairs before they can be again
used with safety. Telegrams were
sent to various quarters this morning
asking that physicians be sent at once.
Those who havo been on duty at Bedford st. Hospital are actually worked
out. They not only attend tho wants
of the injured in different towns but
had frequent calls from porsons injured in outlying districts.
TIIUEK THOUSAND fill A VK.S.
S a. m. Delay is no longer possible.
Thu decomposed corpses will inevitably
breed p-.-sti.Vnce if longer exposed to
tho air. Ai the first brunk of dawn
this morning orders were issued to
push operations for a gigantic burial
witli all possible speed, Whero thoro
is no reasonable hope for identification
the bodies will be buried at once. It
is probable by evening there will bo at
least 3,000 new {-raves iu the valley,
many of which will be unmarked for
sll time. Kinlroad communication
with the outsido world was established
shortly before noon today. The first
relief train has just passed ovor the
bridgo across the improvised trestle
and track up the incline to Johnstown
depot. Tho train wus loaded with
thousand of pounds ussorted provisions,
and 3,000 coffins.
0111)1*111*1) TO   JOHNSTOWN,
Pittsdorg, Pa., June.—Cul. H. D.
Porch ment, commanding the 14th
regiment, at 10:05 o'clock this morning
received orders from Governor Beaver
to report with his regiment nt Johnstown at once, each man to be provided
with throe days' rations and 40 rounda
of ammunition. Col. Parchment is in
possession uf private telograms from
Johnstown saying soveral persons were
killed in a disturbance this morning.
AT   LOUKHA.VEN.
Philadelphia, Pa., Juno 4.—Supt.
Pet tit, ef the Pennsylvania R. 11.,
succeeded in getting to the edge of
Lockhaveh this morning at 0:30. All
the houses had frum C to 10 feet of
watur in them and the receding water
left considerable mud in the streets
aud dwellings. Only ouo person is
known to be drowned at Lockhuven,
but soveral livos arc reported lost at
Milhall, four miles frum Luakhavon,
Some of the principal citizens were
Been by Supt. Pettit, and thoy say
there is no suffering.
FOR THE BELIEF.
New Yoiik, June 4.—Mayor Grant's
fund for the flooded sufferers now
amounts to about $100,000,
§1.0,000 FOB   THE SUFFEUERR.
San Francisco, June 4.—The executive cominittoo nppointed by the
chamber of commerce yesterday to
tako action tending to the relief of the
Pennsylvania flood sufferers, had a
meeting this morning, at which finance
commissi oners was appointed and a
largo number of subscriptions received. The ti»?asurer 'A tho committoe telegraphed Governor Beaver,
of Pennsylvania, icu thous-md dollars
this afternoon.
MORE    1-ARTiCULARS.
Elmira, N. Y., Juno 4 —There ib
no direct communication between hore
and Williamspurt, sixty milos southeast on tho Northern Central R. R.
Canton, Pa. ia thu neatest point to
which the telegraph lines extend. Be*
low Canton 25 miles of tho R. R. and
an equal number of miles of telegraph
wiro ato gone, Two gentlemen who
loft Williamspurt ycctorday morning
bring tho lirst authentic newa from tho
city. They say the havoo worked by
the dclugo thero beggars description.
They at-sert hundreds of people are
drowned. Tho city is wholly submerged and hundreds of women and
children are huddled nn tho house tops
awaiting the subsidence of the flood.
In ths vicinity of the park
hotel tho water is eight feet deep.
Stores on the 3rd and 4th sts. are all
ruined, and thero is scarcely any food
in tho city, Tho financial loss will
reaeh into millions, Tho bridgo at
Mamml at, was swept away. Some
75 ponplu wero 011 the structure at the
timo and it is believed they were
drowned. Ono of tho gontlemon told
a united press representative he was
ont riding whon tho flood camo on.
Ho says tho water roso rapidly and
in a few minutes the horse and buggy
woro entirely submergod. The hone
was drowned and he floated down with
tho current and landed on a house top.
Tho water is up to tlio ceiling of tho
ccurt house. The Hepburn house is
a total wreck. The gentleman also reports that Lock Haven is wholly under water and tho placo is wiped out
of existence. Several people have
started for Williamsport from here.
THE CRONIN MUBDER.
Chicaoo, June 4.—Frank Woodruff, alias Blackmail, who drove the
rig in which Cronin's body was hauled
to the Lakeview catch basin, has
turned state's evidence aud will bo
brought to testify befoie the coroner's
jury. It ia expeeted, however, that
his testimony will be taken to-day. It
is stated when he appears before tho
jury a number of warrants will be in
tho hands of detectives or deputy
sheriffs, and when he leaves the stand
some men not heretofore mentioned
in connection with the murder will
be under arrest Woodruffs confession, it is said, connects P. O. Sullivan ao closely with the crime that escape fur him seems impossible.
Among other things Woodruff will
sweur that Sullivan and a man paid
him for sneaking the wagon and horse
from Dean's livery stable on the night
of May 4th. The money was paid to
Woodruff by Sullivan in a Division
street saloon the day after the murder.
The court is now filled to the door,
and it was almoat 10 o'clock when the
lirst witness of to-day, Captain E. H.
Wing, of the Lakeview police, was
called. He testified aa to the main
tactB in tho crime.
A BAD FIBE.
Oakland, Oal., June 4.—A firo supposed to have been caused by spontaneous combustion broke out at 3:20 this
morning in the Michigan furniture
factory near the Judeon iron worka at
Emeryville. The building was 200
by 400 feet, and packed from the top
floor to the basement with old furniture, this making a very hot fire. The
J udson works were aaved with difficulty. The fire badly warped the
ruilmud tracks near by. The lose is
$00,000 and insurance $25,000.
THE FIRST TRAIN.
Saulte Ste Marie, Mich., Juno 4*—
The first through St. Paul and Mino-
apolis express arrived hero at 0.45 this
morning, sharp on time. The train
consisted of a baggage car, colonist
sleeper, first class coach and elegant
dining and sleeping cars. Fifty passengers arrived here. The train was
met at the station hy a large crowd
and given a hearty welcome. The
first through train from St. Paul and
Mineapolis arrived sharp on time and
left for Boston at 2.15 p. in.
passenger list.
San Francisco, June 4.—Passenirers
for Victoria : Mra. E. Toiloy, Mrs.
H. Russell, Miss M. Goodwin, Miss
L. M. Adams, Miss A. Goodwin, H.
Dow, Q. A. Harvey and wife, C.
Taylor, Mrs. Tracksler and daughter,
Mrs. 0. Desmond, A. F. Scott.
lottery tickets seized.
Sah Fhancisco, June 4.—Thirty
million Chinese lottery tickets, valued
at 2000 dollars, were seized by the
police last night,
villard coming west.
Winnipeg, Juno 3.—Henry Villard
and party, who arrived here yesterday
over the Canadian Pacifio, started this
mornin**; for Vancouver, B. C. Villard in his interview expressed the
poor opinion ho had of the oountry
through which tho Oanadian Pacifio
passes, between Ottawa and Winnipeg.
His object is to investigate the resources of the country and decide upon
tho policy of the Northern Paoific Co.
with regard to the extension of the system. He think-i it probable that the
Northern Paciiic will have another
route to the coast north of Jjio Canadian Pacifio before long.    "'■'* x'*"-'" '
THE SCUOOER MATTIE WINSUIP.
Montreal, June 3.—The American schooner Mattie Winship, which
was seized a fow days ago by the Dominion cruiser Vigilant, for alleged
illegal fishing, has been si ripped and
docked.   She will bo confiscated.
SHIPPING.
San Fhancisco, June 3.—Arrived:
steamer ColumbU, from Portland;
Williumette Valley, Yaquina Bay;
ships Louia Walsh, from Seattlo; Commodore, Departure Bay. Sailed, ship
Alaska, Tacoma.
BURNED TO DEATH.
Helena, Mont., Juno 3.-—Captain
G. W. Cadge, an old sea captain,
about 60 yeais of age, well-known as
master of ships to every prominent
port of tho world, was burned to death
at his rosidenoe, on a ranch near here,
last night. He and his wife escaped
from the burning building without injury. But he immediately thought of
some valuable papors he wished to save
and went baok to get them, whon he
becamo suffucated, fell, and was soon
burned to a crisp.
ESTIMATING THE  NUMBilR OF LOST.
Johnstown, Pa., June ^--Adjutant-General Hastings, who haa
charge of everything, stated this morning that ho supposed thero wore at
least 2,000 people under the burning
debris, but tho only way to find out
how many lives havo, been lost was to
tako the census of tho peoplo new living aud subtract that from the census
taken boforo the flood. Siud ho --there
are in my opinion anyway, from 4,000
to 8,000 souls lost."
A HEAVY JOSS.
Washington, June 3.—The floods
on tho Potomac have subsided and
the eity has resumed its nominal condition. The pecuniary loss ia over
910,000,000.
JACK THE RIPPER
Has Commenced Work Again in
London and the Old Scare
Is Renewed.
A Woman is  Butchered  in the
Usual Manner and Thrown
Into the Thames.
The  Yacht   Valkyrie   is  Again
Badly Beaten by the Irex
and Yarana.
JACK THE BIPPEB.
London, June 4.—The denizens of
Horslcy down on the Surrey side of tha
Thames, were thrown iuto a fever of
excitement this morning by the discovery in the river of the lower portion of a woman's body, cut into two
pieces. The rest of the body and legs
are nowhero to be seen. The ghastly
objects were tied in a parcel with a
stout cord. Shortly afterwards a parcel of female clothing was found at
Battersea. Both fragments of body
and clothing were wrapped in pieces of
cloth which together had comprised s
pair of woman's drawers. On the
waistband uf the drawers was the name
"Fisher" in indelible ink, It Is evident that the clothing found belonged
to the murdered woman.- A portion
of trunk showed the woman had been
large and well developed. They had
apparently been in the wator about 10
days. The discovery has revived the
excitement which prevailed during the
period of the Whitechapel horrors, and
it is generally believidJock the Ripper
hns resumed his bloody work. At
Battersea was also found tbe thighs of
the female, showing conclusive evidences of having been out from the
trunk found at Horselydown. Thoy
too are wrapped in pieces of a pair of
drawers.
HELP FROM  ABROAD.
London, June 4.—The American residents and sojourners in England are
collecting large sums for the benefit of
the sufferers from the Pennsylvania
floods. A hrge central fund is being
established, into which collections will
be paid, and from whioh Bums may be
drawn as needed.
NEW  ENTERPRISES.
London, J une 4. —Charles Marven,
author of the recent pamphlet on Lhe
coming oil age, whieh has heen so
much discussed, is going to Canada to
promote the British Petroleum Company, a prospectus of whieh was issued
to-day. The capital is £10,000, of
which £0,000 is already subscribed by
directors and friends. The object is
to open up the petroleum resources of
the empire and Canada. The Northwestern Burmese deposits are highly
spoken of in the prospectus.
The annual meeting of the Quebec-
Central Railway was held to-day, Mr.
Dent presiding. He said prospects
were improving, and that there was a
surplus revenue of $20,000, but the
directors did not feel warranted in paying interest on the income bonds. The
directors were hopeful of the results
of the extensions, connecting with tho
Atlantic and Northwestern and Maine
Central.
DEFEATED AGAIN.
London, June 4.—Lord Dun-raven's
yacht, the Valkyrie, has been defeated -a second time, just finishing third"
in a race with tbo Irex and Yarana.
SYMPATHY FOR THB VICTIMS.
London, June 3.—The Daily Newt
editorially says this morning: "The
sympathy of the whole civilized world
will be with the people of Pennsylvania in this sudden, most striking and
most overwhelming misfortune that
ever befel the peoplo of the English
race." The other morning dailies refer to the disaster in a similar strain.
THUNDER STORMS AND RAIN
London, June 3.—The midland
counties have been visited by severe
thunder storms and rains. Lightning
did much damage. The lower portions
of Liverpool are flooded and traffic interrupted. Numerous accidents to
life and property are reported.
Police Conrt.
New rowder Mill.
President Brainard of the Hamilton
Powder Works has finally decided that
a powder mill is to bo constructed in
tho vicinity of the Northfield Mine.
Tho company will manufacture various
kinds of explosives, including black
powder aud dynumite.   Thoy have ae-
?uired a considerable tract of land
rom the Vancouvor Coal Company,
and the work of clearing will commence ss soon as possible. A small
settlement will necessarily assemble
around the works as they will employ
many hands. Mr. Brainard expressed
himself as quito satisfied that the Nanaimo Powder Works will, at no distant date, he ono of the largest of the
kind on this side of the Rocky Mountains, the locality being specially adapted for tho purposo owing to the vast
mineral wealth of British Columbia.--
Courier.
 • -+~ •—,—»—-
An Icelander, named Johnson, was
caught on tho bridge at Medicine Hat,
N. W. T., on Saturday by tho Atlantic express. Both legs were taken off,
He succumbed on Sunday to hts injuries.
(Before T. O. Atkinson P. H. and P.
MoTiernan J. P.)
Joe Florence, a half breed, oharged
with supplying liquor to Joe Stewart,
an Indian of the Hope tribe, pleaded
guilty, but said in extenuation that he
did uot know Stewart was an Indian as
ho spoko English like a white man.
Fined $50.
Mat Reidel, summoned on charge of
using profane and obscene language on
the streets, did not put in an appearance. A warrant was ordered to be
issued for his arrest. Constable Carty
reported that Itoidol had been seen
making for the American side and that
he would not likely return.
Children Cryfor Pitcher11Castoria
Tbe Militia laipeetltn.
Tho brilliant individual who looks
after tho interests in Now Westminster
of a certain morning paper, and who
mistakes flippancy for wit, and scurrility for satire, has been launching his
puny thunders against the Westminster
militia, and makes the sweeping declaration that -'without an exception the
officers made a very poor show of
themselves indeed." This statomont,
like many others emanating from the
same source, is a superstructure of imagination built upon a very slight
foundation of truth. Tho officers did
fairly well, and one at least handled
the men in a smart, soldier-like manner; hut, as the battery of garrison
artillery had not been exorcised in
battalion drill, the few field movements attempted wore not a great soo*
oess. But this was through no fault of
the officers. The men wero tidy and
properly dressed, the rifles in particular looking smart and soldier-like in
their new busbies. Their marching
was very fair and the movements in extended order very welt done. Of
course, it it not fair to expect garrison
artillery to move with the precision of
infantry, who devote their whole tima
to manoeuvres, but when the gunners
got to work at their own weapons—
obsolete as the latter are—they mad*
a good showing, If the members of
both oorpB are regular in their attendance at drill, and do not drop the
thing just becauso the inspection la
over, Now Westminster may ic-on
count her militia as aecond to none.—
World, THE   DATLY  COLUMBIAN
PDBLI*'HC0
Every Aflrrne-iii except Sundny,
BV TUB
3E-El-N--D*T-ffi*D*S-.     BSOTHrHJIlS,
\i tliolr steam   Prlntiug B»lablish-
inenl, Oolumbia Sttr«c-t,
HY     MAIM
For 12 moiiiliB „„. eS 00
Per 6 muii'lm 4 25
Por 8 month*- , 2 25
DBUVBHSI) IN TnE CITY:
For 12 months 810 00
For 6 months   5 25
iVr month      UO
1'urweelf      25
PayaionMn all cjuss (except for weekly
rile) to t>fi made lu advance.
he was in the employ of tho Armstrongs. Whether thoy will succeed
in accomplishing that result is a
question on which expert testimony
is divided. But even if the Charleston and Baltimore arc as fast as tho
designers anticipated they would be,
it is hardly reasonable, to expect any
great advanco in speed abovo 20
knots for war vessels.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
I-.r>iii'it every IVedncsdity Moriili*;-,.
1 eiivored in tho City, per year. SK0
MiiUcil, iter year 2.00
...til lot, ilmouUiH  1,25
gitilB §til\s.h fiolambiim
Tuesday Evenina. June 4, 188D.
The council got into tliolr new
quarters last night on Market
square, and everyone will be glad
that the city fathers uro now housed
in a manner and with conveniences,
better befitting the functions and the
dignity of the mayor and board of
aldermen of this rising and flourishing oity. As will be eeen by
the lengthy report of tho council
proceedings on another pugo, Mayor
Hendry, recognizing the auspicious-
ness of the occasion, celebrated tho
civio house-warming with an address,
in which he felicitates his colleagues
on the work and accomplishments of
the past few months, and glances
hopefully and instructively at the
futuro. If tho wishes of the mayor
concerning tho verdict which tho
ratepayers will pronounce at the
polls on tho 13th inst., on the two
important measures before them,
aro realized, as they no doubt will
be, then tho royal city will ho
several leagues further on tho highway to prosperity nnd success.
The attention of the Dominion
government is directed to tho resolution of the city council passed last
night, asking for tho appointment,
us soon us possible, of a county court
judge for this city and district, according to the intention of tho Dominion authorities to appoint additional county court judges for the
provinco. Tho language of tho resolution itself, that "owing to the
large and daily increase of population of Westminster city and district, the legal business has increased
to an extent rendering it exceedingly
difficult for our superior court judge
to discharge the duty of two different courts," expresses tho true state
of affairs, and it is to be hoped that
our member, Mr. Chisholm, through
whom tho resolution of tbo council
has been forwarded, will add his
recommendations and uso bis influence to tho desired end. As the request is reasonable, and in harmony
with the intentions of the government, and is prompted by tho urgent
necessities of the case, there can bo
no ground on which to refuso to
miko the appointment asked.
An   important   controversy has
arisen in England, observes n cotemporary, between two eminent naval
experts   respecting the   speed   of
modern war ships recently designed.
The battle Bhips whioh the admiralty
is now constructing wero originally
credited with a speed of 1G£ knots,
forced draught* but in working out
tho designs Mr. Whito, director of
naval construction, found it practicable to increase tbe speed to  17.',
knots. Sir Edward Reed complaincu
that the increase in speed was too
slight in tho now designs to be seriously considered, und contended that
20-kuot battle ships could be built
with a coal supply far beyond that
which the proposed vessels aro to
possess.   "Considering how cheaply
speed is now obtained", he remarked,
"I cannot myself deny that I should
liko to seo our great ships able easily
to   overtake   any   enemy's fleet."
Mr.   White  replied to these and
other strictures in an elaborate paper
read before the Institution of Naval
Architects.   He  strenuously challenged tho statement that increase
of speed 13 to be cheaply obtained
for battle ships of   the largest size.
He assertc-d that in tho now designs
the horso power of the engines had
to bu doubled in ordor to pass from
U to 17 knots, and that n further
doubling  of   power would not add
much  more  thnu   one knot.   By
quadrupling the power, battlo ships
having a speed of between 18 and
10   knots might be produced ; but
this could not bu considered a cheap
increase.    As  for  20-knot  battle
ships, the great English   designer
evidently prefers to havo somo other
export try his hand nnd assumo the
responsibility for so hazardous nnd
costly  an   experiment,    Aa  Mr.
White  is considered by naval ox*
ports in England to have tho best of
this controversy with his  disputatious critic, it may be reasonable to
assume.that progress in marine engineering  ia rapidly approaching its
maximum limit in producing vessels
of high speed.   If tho horso power
of tho engines has to bo quadrupled
in order to obtain a battle ship of
18J knots, it is evident that 20-knot
battleships will involvo so enormous
an expenditure of powor and so vast
an addition to the weight of the
machinery as to be utterly impracticable. Hr. Whito has been a most
ambitious designer, but he discerns
limits beyond which the most daring
oxperimentor cannot pass,   He will
be satisfied if  ho ean build battlo
■hips with n speed of 17i- knots,
and hardly hopes to add more than
a single knot by quadrupling the
power  of  the engines of tho old
turret and barbotto ironclads.   Concerning  tho   possible speed of fast
cruisers he has nothing to say, but
his argument points unerringly to a
limit beyond whioh experimenting
is unscientific and foolhardy.   The
American  cruisers, which  aro expected to mnko 10 or 20 knots, were
practically designed by him when j
It  is worthy of note, says an
dmorican cotemporary, that nearly
every   newspaper  iu   the   United
States which  began its career by
catering   to depraved tastes either
failed   ignominiously or waa compelled to drop its sensations, scandal*
mongcring- und blackguardism, and
take the higher ground of decency.
There  is  not an instance where a
nowspaper has had more than temporary success by adopting tho other
policy.  That element which patronizes  n   newspaper becauso it is devoted to the businoss of pandering
to   doprnved   tastes never hus and
never can establish ft public journal
on solid business ground.   Its temporary success  is maintained by a
sort of galvanism.    In the long run
it is seen that tho element that patronizes it is not in tho majority.   It
is not oven a prosperous element.
When it becomes necessary to quarantine a newspaper or stop it at tho
door becftuse tho chances nro that it
might contain something that tho
members of tho family ought not to
read, and whon those at whose doors
it is left make apologies or explanations to their neighbors, in order to
stand well in their estiumtation, it
cannot be said that such a. newspaper
has any permanent hold of the community.   As for the part who like
sensations and scandals tho hold is
temporary, and never can he permanent, becauso this oleroent nover represents tho solid prosperity oftho
community.   There  is, of   course,
always a largo number in every community who have morbid or vicious
tastes.    These nro better pleased for
tho  time  being with a newspaper
that   will  pander  to snch taster
There have been scores of instances
whero this seeming prosperity had
no basis ofpemianoncy.   It turned
outtlint tho pretended circulation
had never been suflicient to pay expenses ; and that it required a continual pouring in of money to keep
the concern from sinking.    It was
not    a    property   that   could    bo
given away.    For shrewd business
men     ure    not    searching    for
holes   in   which    to   sink   their
capital.    While, therefore, it is true
that there is always a minority in
evory largo  community   thut will
prefer   n   corrupt newspaper to an
honest one, that minorty is continually subject to disintegration.    It
cannot givo what it docs not possess.
As long ns there is a vicious element
in tho commnnity there will   bo   u
vicious school of journalism to pander to it.   But it is an error to sup
pose that it  constitutes a valuable
constituency.    It is always a minority und a losing one.  That nccount-.
for the   discrepancy   between  th*
assumed prosperity and the actual
prosperity of that   class   of   newspapers which nro  kept   afloat  by
resources brought in from  without.
One or two alternatives may be set
down us certain. Either tho concern
will sink out of sight, or it will bo
saved only by a radical   change   of
methods und principles.   That view
is supported by the  experience  of
thu   past.    A newspaper   can   no
more bo established on the patronage
of tho vicious or corrupt portion of
the community than a  stately   edifice can be established on a quaking
marsh.    Tho above facts being true,
as they nre, tho  press  of   British
Columbia, as u whole, notwithstanding Chief Justice Begbie's calumnies,
cannot but reflect credit and honor
upon the provinco.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Real Estate and Financial Agency
RICHARDS, HAYWOOD & MACKINTOSH,
Conveyancers tt Notaries Public.
Xs. O. Sok 219.
Telo-p"h,c*Q.o 3JT©. ©1.
Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.  Terms easy.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
T\T^--TT->-.r   m^.    T     ^,-.T        T****-**'i*--.WE D0 N0T SPBODLATE OUESELVES, but give our ens-
JXlONEvY   TO    LXOAN.      **"#•"*?">        tomors the bonoHt of nil our special bargains.
COLONIAL HOTEL BUILDING,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
=OFFIOES I
233 CORDOVA ST.
51 YATES ST,
VANCOUVER.
VICTORIA.
Queen's Hotel
COB
*I*Te**w
. COLUMBIA & CLEMENT STS.,
■*\X7"estrQ.i*astex, 33.
THE QUEEN'S IS A FINE BRIOK HOTEI;, FINISHED IN
the best style and fitted with all modem conveniences, having
bath rooms and closets on every floor. It has lately been elegantly furnished throughout, and the appointments are completo in every way.
The cuisine, under tho charge of a first-class white chef, is a specialty,
and the bost of everything will always be found on the table.
The Queen's is intended to be a superior houso in every respect, and
wo hope, by care and attention to tho comfort and wonts of guests, to
win their appreciation.
Tex__z_.s, $2.00 to S33.00 per 3Day-
MILLER & CO., Proprietors.
JAMES D. RAE
[SUCCESSOR TO 1). MePHADEN)
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FIRST-CLASS
Groceries and Provisions
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Oanadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
A. DesBRISAY.
Cor. Columbia & Blackie Sts,
ilnplOLc
BUGOje
UQGIES!
xi" mi a_s mm •   «*Kr. mj_.
Coilees Roasted and Ground on the Promises.   Fine Teas a Specialty.
-OOLUMBIA STREET
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
W. R. AUSTIN'S
it.
FARM PRODUCE.
Hara-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
Ac,      Ac,     Ac,
LEAVE ORDKUS AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dmyZHo	
~SER¥ICEJIULL~
TIIK REGISTERED rF.mORF.P, HOL-
STEIN IIIJI,!,,
Gugertha Prince 5,
Will stnml for BOrVlCO tliis season at D.
MoFhnden'fl Oatvlon, Edinburgh street.
Terms reasonable.
Milch Cows for Sale.
Merchant Tailors
AUK SHOWING A
CLOTHS
For Spring & Summer Wear
Cood-fittinfi-, Stylish
Garments
AT REASONABLE l'RICES.
Extra Fine Line of Trousering;,
dmhlyl
3E* *£ O W _S\ X3 Xb
HARDWARE
Kum ITikg.
Malinger.
1). MePHADEN,
Proprietor.
B. C. PENITENTIARY
T
KNDE1W WILL BE HECRIVED BY
_ tlio ymlornlgneil, addressed "Jn-ipec*
tortin'oiiitoiitlftrleH," nnd innrlc*-il "Ji-n-
doru for Buppllos in tho B. C. I'onllou*
liar*,*." until 4 O'clock P.m. on Batimlcj.
Hth Jour, 1881). for Hiipiilylnir thn Ponl-
i23?*nii?. ".'i01"- ft*' •Tj.ly.lBfitMo.TOth Juno.
1880, with tho following articles*
1, Beet.
2. Blankets [whito, <I-],t,. per pah-7,
8 Coiil,Welllii(*t()nni:ieDn(!il.lje8t(|ii*iIItv
•1. Iti'tign nnd Medicines,
fi. I'lour, lieut. in market.
G Groceries.
7. Salmon [red], fresh nnd sail.    •
8. Leather and altos riii'llno-t* for Shoo
Shop.
Del til led lists of Drum- and ModlclnON
ami Leather nnd shoo Finding*, enn boolj-
tftlncd onnppltoiitionnt MicPiiijitr-iitlfiry.
Neither Iho lowest or miy tender nerjOB-
Harily ancoptcd,
Snmnlos tnny bo neon nnd blank forms
of lander obtained on application to tlio
Accountant at tho ponuontlaw otJtween
the hours offl ii, in, nnd r,p, m.
Notondorwill bo considered unless on
these blunk forma,
Imporlal wolnhts nnd meiiBiires required, Alt articles supplied to ho of tho
oostqnallly. r
[SlgliedJ,    ARTHUR ][. MoBllIDB,
Warden.
Kew Westminster, May 26,1880.    d27td j
JBB3
ESTABLISHED 1852.
Jas. Cunningham
COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, D. C.
IMI'Oi'TER 01''
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stovea, Ranges,.
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANIWACTORER OP
-^TIN& SHEET-IRON WAI IE.
CONTRACTS FOR
Iron Cornice Work, Gai-flttli ig,
Plumbing, Rooting-, &c
First-class Prairie Farm
X-OXt S-A.X-33.
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, North Arm, Frnsi-r River; containing 200 aorei-l of the finest farming land
in iho country; nil dyked, woll Improved,
..ood buildings, good oreluird (bearing).
For furthor information eiv-utrt- of
MAJOR A PEARSON.
dmy20t<* Now Westminster.
Notice to Cannerymen!
THOS. LEVI'S CAN-FILLING PROTECTOR
MAY UK OBTAINED ON APPf-ICA-
IIon to li. -.. MOIIXAIIA CO.
Any person or persons found using tliem
without the pntent stump will ho prose-
cllteil. THOS. LEVI.
New West., 27th Mar, 1889.      <lmy27n-l
Port Kells
This Fine Townsite; at the Fresh-Water
Junction of tho
Southern Eailw'y
19 MUCH Above W<Hliiil'Ml. r.
lias just been Surveyed, ami tlie Lots
arc for salo by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
 as ii	
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Of New Westminhtek, B. C.
JUST RECEIVED,
A CAR-LOAD OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring iIcLaugHan
atM mj ma ma w. ms _w.
DUPLEX", HANDY,  BRADLEY S* OTHER
Democrat and Express
ragons!
t_W The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia."^
.iv™,,-','    3=8. ©idL e_tb 0*o.r*3tr*i©»
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES & RANGES!
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY,
Intending Buyers should make a, note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
dwnolyl
THIS BPAOB BELONGS TO
H. T. READ-&CO.,
II.MlllWA HE MEHOHANTS.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and EUine Shop
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
bobbst x____xk---,      -     -     _t______rj*.Cr_ax_. |
I/r.A.3ST-0 J?J-.<_r_rU-_B__.B  OB
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY,
AGRlOn.'iTIUI, & AM, HINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.—All orders from tiio upper country promptly attended to.
dw nol mil
Chas. McDONOUGH,!
Front Street, Kew Westminster.
mowers
Maxwell Mowers
The Little Maxwell
Steel frame.Binders.
F.G* Strickland* Co
NEW   ^WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
1'lanet. jr.
, Warden Tools,
Lawn Mower**, &c &**.
Tiger   Rake
Sharp's
Maxwell Do.
Tho advantages and pror-pecta of this
Plot for a futuro thriving Town nro
many.
Tho Land la tho vicinity ia good,
Thore arc incxhaustlhlo IRON ORE
DEPOSITS, of aauporior quality, immediately adjacent, aa well as vaat strata of
tho finest BUILDINO SAND and POT*
TEUYCLAY.
On the Towiiaite arc a numher of valuable MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication hy land and wator ia
unequalled, by reason of tlie location of
the Townsite on the Fraser River and
tlie Southern Railway, while tho natural
elevation and lay of tho hnd can not ho
excelled ob a situation for a fine town,
The ground is open and oloar of heavy
timber.
llie site haa been selected an ono of
the most important stations on the
Southern Railway- and with tho com*
plctlon of the rood, in the near futuro,
must, with all lta other advantages,
spring Into prominence at onco.
Thoae who apply early will have the
pick oi the Lots,
A clear titlo given with every purchase.
Parties wishing Lota can apply as woll,
on the premlaoB, to
HENRY KELL8,
•toyOU Pr.oi'mw.K.
lllllxll    11
Voluinbiii Street, New Westminster.
r
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS hll Ms Of Woolen Ms i
READY-MADE CLOTH INO.
Ef*-*P The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmli30tc
Douglas & Deighton,
MAHUFA0TURER3 AKD IMPORTERS OF
HARNESS SADDLES and BRIDLES
■WHIPS,
VAN  VOLKENBURQH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PURVEYORS IN GENEKAI,.    FRESH AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
fSTSpocial lines quote' lor tho shipping trado.   Family orders strictly attended
to.   Hotels -vill find it to thoir intorest to placo their ordors with tho ahovo firm.
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBACH,
BUOOEBSOUS TO tr. U. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Bacon, Sausage, Bolognas, Etc.
dnolyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
TOS OOMJ'IBIAN PllIMTINfl ESTABLISHMENT lmS first-claSS fllCUtlGB for
all kinds of Oommeroit.1 Printing. Bill Heads. Letter Headi, Circulars,
Cards, Envelcpes, Blank Forms of evory description, Posters, Dodgers,
Prioe Lists, "so. Prices will bo found ns low as at any other offlcn where
flrst-olass work is dono.
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, B. C.
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS.   AU, WORK OF 'J'HE DEBT MATERIAL ANO
WORKMANSHIP.  PRICES LOW.
nolilwly
ROYAL CITY
Planing Hilk Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
MANDFAOTCnKnS AND DEALEHS IN
Shingles* Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
Aim _____ Kiiroa oar
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames,   Windows.
Monldtnirs. Balusters,
Blinds. Brackets.
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK,
nolMwly ABOUT TRACHEOTOMY.
Au Operation Frequently Resorted
To in Throat Diseases.
Tlio Surgical  Treatwout  to   Which tho
Crown IMnoo of Germany Was Ro-   :
cently Subject cd-ItB Effucis Said
to lie Not Curative.
Ono of tho most prominent physicians
and Burgeons in the city gavo a Cincinnati
Enquirer reporter n description or tlio operation lo which tho Crown Prince was recently (subjected.   Said the doctor sj
11 Tracheotomy is nn operation resorted to
when from uny causo there is an obstruc-
v tion to tho free entrance ol an* to Iho lungs
[' through Uu? upper part of tho uir passages.
| These uir passages consist ol n tube about
fijuraudoiiQ-hainnciies in length and a little
I' less than un inch in diameter,   Tho upper
part of this chuiiuelis peculiarly arranged
aud narrowed; thia is called the larynx.  It
is in tho larynx that by tho vibration of two
alondor chords sounds aro produced.   Tlio
frame-work uf tho trachea and larynx consists of rings of cartilage or gristle, clothed
upon tho Inside by a dclicnto skin,  or
raucous membrane.   Sinco tho trachea is of
larger caliber than tho larynx that is abovo
it.thQdifilcultyin broathiug, which would
follow an obstruction of auy kind in tho
larynx   abovo, can ho remedied at least
temporarily' by opening tho trachea or wind*
pipo below the soat of obstruction.   This
operation  is called tracheotomy, and tho
conditions calling for it may bo a foreign
body, a tumor, an Inflammation of tlio
gristle, or tho presence of a inombrnno iu
tho larynx.   Tho lattor is the condition in
diphtheritic croupttho disease mo3t frcquent-
1 ly calling for this operation.    Probably
I ninety per cent, of all tracheotomies nro
j made In children and for this disease, which
I so often appears in epidemic form.   Iu tho
I caso of tho Crown Prince tho condition
L calling for tracheotomy hus been either a
isiccrous tumor or an inflammation of the
nrtllngos of tho larynx, tvith thickening of
1 its lining membrane to a degree greatly tn-
LtprfGi'tng with the free entrance of air to
| tho lungs.    Whieh oftho cond.tious exists
f hus not. been positively determined,although
I from lhe opinions of Sir Morel Mackenzlo
I nud   Virchow,   tho   disease    is    prob-
lubly   a   poricondritis   with    thickening
I uberntion of Uio mucous membrane Whatever bo the disease, tracheotomy was indl-
oatoii toullevhUo tho most pronounced nnd
E du rigorous symptom, tho dlfllculty in breath*
ling.   When mado for this purpose, truchc-
I otomy Is uot u dangerous operation. Indeed,
lit was known and  practiced a hundred
J years before the Christian era.  Tho opcra-
I Uon itself will not bo fatul in moro than ten
j per cent, of cases, and whon tho fatality is
I greater it depends upon tho condition for
I which tlio operation is mado.  If, for cx-'
I ample, tracheotomy bo mado for tho re*
liuoval of a foreign body only twenty per
Icent, of tho cases operated upon will die,
I whereas, whon the operation is made in
(■.lues of'diphtheritic croup only thirty per
■ cent recover. This fatality must bo ascribed,
I not to the operation, but to the disease,
I which extends down tho lungs or kills tho
J pationt by iiiYecting his blood.  In tho caso
■ of Uw Crown Princo tho tracheotomy may
■be but n preliminary operation, to bo cvont-
liially followed by ono contemplating tho
■ removal of moro or loss of tho diseased
llarvnx abovo tho tracheotomy wound.
Tho operation 13 sufficiently simplo in tha
|lmnd3 of a cool surgeon. Tho patient is
Ip'.ui'cd upon his back, with a pillow placed
punilci* tho neck, and antes thet bed. A fold
Elof shin is raised and transfixed with a
■knife, and a wound from ono to two inohps
■in length is thu3 mado tn tho contral liuo
■oi' tho neck from tho prominent portion of
■the larynx toward the upper portion of tho
ibi'oast-piato. Tlio knife is then laid aside,
■and with n small pair of forcops tho soft
Iparis aro slowly torn asunder until the
■windpipe- ta reached. Tho bleeding, which
lis generally most feared, can be entirely
Bobviatod by tearing through tho sort parts
■after the sktn has boen divided. When tho
ItiMchea is reached it is opened in tho een-
Itrul lino by an incision half an inch or loss
ffn length. Through this incision tu the
■trachea a silver, aluminum or hard rubber
Stubc ta inserted, through which the patient
Ibreathcs. Tho operation itself does not take
Bong, and usually tho tuba can be placed iu
kho trachea within two minutos of tho timo
■tho eut is flrst made. This tubo remains in
■the trachea until tho obstruction to breath-
ling disappears. BomoUinoj In canes of can-
\*ev or of inflammation of tho cartilages of
Iholaryux- tho tubo must bo worn during
Iiho remainder of life. Where tho opoui-
„,i liU3 been mado successfully tor the ro*
Inoval of foreign hodioa, ov hi casoa ot
IliphUioritic croup, it can often be removed
l-.ftor tho lapse of from ono day to a weok
11 And what effect will thisoporntlon havo
inpon tho Crown Princo?"
W "Tho operation is not curative. It will
I'lrobnbty prolong life, and that is all. Here,
gns in othor cases, tracheotomy is merely in*
"■tended to roliovo ono symptom, tho diOl-
fculty in breathing."
11 Has tho operation been ofton porformed
fin this city t"
JB "Very frequently nnd almost always for
B'ho relief of croup, For this disease tho
gpperation is a comparatively recent one, aud
lhas boon ostablishod particularly by the
■French physicians, Brottouonu und Troua-
feeau, who woro tha loading lights of Paris
Rluriug tho flrst half of the present century,
flffliero is among tho laity au abhorronco for
^tracheotomy in croup, becauso seventy por
ut. died notwithstanding tho operation,
ft Without it, howovor, for its mora recent
(substitute, intubation, all thus afflicted sue-
jfcumb. In intubation tho tubo is inr-urtcd
' nto tho larynx through tho mouth without
.in incision, Tuia iu tlio caso of tho Crown
Jfr'nueo was iu no way applicable. I do not
Bthi-.ilt ho has inueh chance for recovery in
Tense it is necessary to remove tho diseased
^larynx."	
IT DIDN'T WORK.
A lhivber Who Beouiuo Bulil by Using
ill>. Own Hull- ltoHloror.
"Do you seo that follow?" said n well-
known man nbout town to a Philadelphia
ffcitw reporter, pointing-to a short, stout,
(lorid-facod man, who was going up Chestnut street with a swing.
"Yes; what of ..Im."
" Ho is a retired barber. Uo made lots
of money during tho centennial with a lino
of i.lugcs out at tho grounds, and then endeavored to attain tho hoight of his ambition.
••What was thatl"
" Tho aamo as all harbors. Ho wuuted to
invent n hair restorative, and lio went to
work ut it. Ho itttcd up a laboratory in his
houso and tilled it full ot chemicals and othor stuffs, with which ho experimented for a
couple of years. Finally ho thought ho hud
struck it. Ho trloil it on a dog that had had
the mango, and tt really scorned to bring
back the animal's hair. That sottlod tt. Ho
ordered bottles by thousands, had hts namo
blown on thom, nud prepared to furnish
consolation for all bald-headed men at ono
dollar por bottlo.
"Just boforo Ha got his stuff put up his
wife suggested that ho try a littlo of it on
htu owij hair, whtch was becoming a triflo
soatterod on top. Ho was enthusiastic
about tho prospective result, and ho tried
it. Ho put it on ouo night as ho was going
to bod. Whon lio arose in tho morning ho
was na bald as a billiard-ball, and his locks
woi-i lying all about him. Eis hair had
come out, roots and all. My friend v/oai-s a
wig now. Ho didn't put his concoction on
tho market, and I believo ho has tho bottlos
'   '      How to Trnat Hhouinntlsm-
A maa in Lowlston, Mc, tolls tho following ator; ot how ho was cured of tho rhou-
pittt ism: -■ I could Just hobble along on two
crutches,ind didn't expect ever to bo auy
better. Uio niuht I couldn't sleep, and I
thought l'l just take a short walk out of
doors. H Vas a cold night, no snow*
uud I hobbijd along to a bridge ovor a
brook noar ou* houso. I was loaning on tho
rail looking i$ tho moon whon tho fence
broke down, rtid kor-chunk I wont right
through Um let all under. I mndo n jump,
you'd bottet, hdlovo, and started for tho
houso on the d»g*trot. I didn't stop for
crutches, I Ull you, and I guoss they're lu
tho brook no'v. Woll, sir, I hain't had a
touch of rhourtatiem from that day to this."
Streets and Park Debenture By-Law.
A By-Law to raise l>y Loan the
sum ol $85,000 for Street aud
Park Improvements.
WHEREAS IT -IS EXPEDIENT
that the counoil of tho city of New
Westminster should provido for the improvement of certain streets in salil city,
anil of Queen's Park,
And wni'REAB it will ho neccBBary, in
ordor to effect said improvements, to issue debentures of tlio said city for a sum
of money not exceeding 585,000.
And whereas for tlie payment of interest and creating a sinking fund for
payment of Baid debentures it will bo
necessary to raise the sum of §5,950 nu-
nually by Dpccial rato in each year.
And WUKHEAS tho amount of tho whole
rateable property of the said city, according to the last revised asEossinent roll, ia
the sumo! $2,640,245.
And wheheas the total amount of the
existing debt of tho said city is §155,500,
irrespective of the sum of §200,000 proposed to be borrowed under authority of
the Wator Works Debenture By-Law,
wliich by-law is to be submitted to a vote
of tlie electors of the city concurrently
with this by-law.
And wheheas, for the purpose of raising the said yearly sum of §5,950 au annual special rate of 2 2-5th mills in tho
dollar will bo required,
Thehefore, the Mayor and Aldermen
of the city of New Westminster, in council assembled, enact as follows;
1, It shall bo lawful for the mayor of
tlie said ollv to raise by way of loan
from any person or persons, body or
bodies corporate, who may lio willing to
advance tho same upon the crcilltof the
debentures hereinafter mentioned a sum
of money not exceeding in tho wholo tho
sum of 6S5.000. ■■
2, It shall be lawful forthe. salt) mayor
to cause any number of debentures to be
made for suoh sumsof money nsinaybo
'■■■mitred, but not for less than SlOOeuch,
auch debentures to bo Healed with tho
soul of tho corporation, sinned by the
mayor and countersigned by the treasurer of the said city.
U, Thesaid debentures shall bo made
payable In ilfty years at furthest from tho
day on which this by-law takes eflect,
either In sterling money of Groat Britain
or In currency of this province or tho
country wheio tbo same may respectively
bo made payable, whleh m*ybo lu any
luce or places authorized hy law us may
o iitjrecd upon betweon tho purchaser or
purchasers thereof and tho mayor, nnd
the satd debentures shall havo attached
to thom coupons for the payment of In-
■i, Tho said debentures shall bear Inter*
est at llio rate of flvo por centum per an-
num from tho date thereof,which Interest
shall bo payable half-yearly on tho flrst
days of January and July In each and
every year. ■
5. For the purpose of forming a sinking
fund for the payment of the satd debentures and tho Interest thereon an equal
it special rate of'-! und 2 fiih mills in
Ihedollarshall bo levied and collected,
tn addition to all other rales, In ench year
upon all the rateable property in tho sold
city during tbo currency of the said debentures or any of them.
0. All moneys nrlslni* from the Hiild rate
beyond the amount required for tho payment of interest upon the said debentures
mny bo Invested lu each year as tho council of tho snld corporation may direct, for
tho purposo of creating a sinking fund for
the redemption of thesaid debentures us
thev respectively become duo, without
prejudice to any of tho powers conferred
ilium the snld council by the act of Incorporation.
7. The proceeds of tho debentures Issued
and sold under authority ot this by-law
shnll be applied to Improve in tints on
Queen's Parte and the streets hereinafter
mentioned, and, as nearly in tho proportion following as may to the said couucil
seem expedient; that is to sny: Queen's
Park, 513,000; Columbia street, SI-000; Provost, Dallas und Carnarvon streets, {8,600;
Agnes street,$8*500! Royal avenuo-.$3,000;
Queen's avenue, 88,001); Pelham street,
S.fiOOi -Montr nl street, 83,000; Melbonrno
street, e2,n00; Leopold Place, SfiOO; Park
Lane, $1*600; Olmton stroet, S2,000; Si. Pnt
rick street, 61,000; Olemont street, $1,CW;
SI. (,Vm--',i> -.tivi't, C*l,ll00; Mury Ktrt-'.-l,r*l,('0U;
Bt, John street, SLOW); Douglas street,
ifi,000i HalifaxBtreefcj 57B:)j St. Andrew's
and Klllce streets, ©.OM; Forlosqno stroot
•■..',700; Kdlnhur**h stive!, 92JM; London
■■iri'ft •■UHIO; l.l-ic!.li'Mi'<-t't,*-"iW; Mcrlvule
stivct, r-'rijO; llluckwooit sUx'A, So00; Mc-
l*>iizio street, extending nml making,
(■".r-ooicircct'In !-;t. Andrew'ss(iuiire,;:i,.°i0i!;
st. ucoi'Ki. s square, 8800; St. Patrick's
srtuure, 51,(iOO; sidewalks un.l general
street n'ptii■■-v.ti.O.il); provided that out of
tho said sum of §15,000 set ap.nt for
Ike improvement of Queen's Park there
shnll be paid iuto the city treasury to the
■•reiUl.if the general account tlie sum of
;*:t,i!ii,licing the nmoui,t already expended
out of the general revenue for Piirkim-
■nuvi'mctits; provided also that If the ru-
i|tili-L-ineiitH of any of tho slrcnlsuliuvc
mentioned should bo found to be lessor
■■n-alci'thiui the sum apportioned losall
.siiT.'t.tliopuld stun inny bn liii'veased or
iiiminlshoii as lu tlioctrciimstunies may
secrn to tlie council expedient, and the
Kin-plus, If any, remaining out of ihoun-
I-:i:|)i-l.ilUms nbovo sot out, nfier said
siivi-is liavo been complcteil, mny bo applied to olhi'i- works of peiiiiuiient l'»-
pi-ii-i'uii'nt. no:, specified herein, ut the
iiiscivllon of tin? con licit.
S. This by-luw shall take otlfect ami
come Into force on tho 17th day of June,
A.D., 1880.
9. This by-law, before the final passing
thereof,'shall receive the assent of the
electors of tho city In Iho manner provided hy tho Now Westminster Act, 1888,
and amending acts.
10. This by-law mny bo cited as tho
Stroot and Park Improvement Debenture
By-Law, ism. .
Ily-lawread aflrsUimo on the Oth day
of May, 1S89,
By-law leftd asecoud time on the 8th duy
of May, ISS0.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE
is a truo copy of the proposed Bylaw which will bo taken into consideration by tlie Municipal Council of tho
City of New Westminster after ono
month irom tho first publication thereof
in tlio British Columbian newspaper,
which publication took placo on tlio 15th
day of Mny, 1880, and tlmt a voto of
tho doctors of the city will lio taken on
Baid proposed By-law at tho New City
Hall, Market Square, in satd city on the
i.tth (lay of June, 1880,'between
the hours of 9 o'clock a.m, and 5 o'clock
p.m. D. ROBSON,
City Clerk.
TIIE WESTMINSTER
JOHN S, OOX, Prop.
Light BraliuM*-,
Pnt'lrldfto Coehltlni,
Plymouth llocks-
IV hue Otte lll'k S-pnulsh
White Creste-l, Black  ami GoMt-n
Polaii'U,
lIoit-lnnH-     Silvcr-pcimllUrt   llnm-
burgs.
niuck, lltd nml PHt Ctnmei*
Tonlome Oecse,     llouen Duoki.
My Yards aro open for Inspection.
dwmbSto	
C. I WOODS A. G. GAMBLE
lAHD SURVEYOR;    KOTASY P»IU0.
Woods, Tun v & Bamlih
LAND SURVEYORS,
l| ill9W'ftU>JQ|
AND CONVEYANCERS.
A.G.__B1J_-'X& OTOIl
PIUE.-The Western of Toronto.Tho Ml-
na, Tho City ot London, and 'the Hurt-
ford.
LlFEt-Tho Now York Life Insurance Co.
ACCIDENT—Tho Travellers' of Hartford
lirmrl Surveying Iu nil Ua branches nc*
(.-umtolv and promptly carried out
City and Suburban Lands for Hal*.
Wo can show u complote IK nt doslrablo
localities,
Panning Ln mis, Improved and iinim-
prnvoi.tliroiii.'houtthediHtrlcL     ,
Mining and other Stook bought and
sold, „   ,
Money to Loon ou flrat morhjoceat
low rates.
Tbi.bphont*- Cam- No. 88.
P, O. DllAWBft W.
WOODS. TUUNKIU OAMBLK,
Orritu, Iuard-8 blook.  •  Columiia tain
NEW WESTMINSTER.
dmbUto
Water Works Debenture By-Law.
A By-Law to provide for tlio
issue of Water Works Debentures*.
WHEREAS BY THE "NEW
Westminster Act, 1888," an act
of tho legislature of British Columbia,
passed in tho fifty-first year of the reign
of Her Majesty, Qucon Victoria, and
chaptered forty-two relating to tho corporation of tho City of New Westminster, it is among otber things provided
that tho council of tlio corporation of
tlio said city may, subject to tho provisions of the Ham act, pass by-laws for
constructing wator works, and providing
for tlio expenditure thereof.
And Wtn'Ri-AK it is expedient that
the couneil uhould provide for the con*
struction of wator works for tho sup*
plying of water to the inhabitants of
tho said city.
Ahd Wheheas, in order to carry into
effect the said proposed construction, it
will bo necessary to issue debentures of
the said corporation for a sum of money
not exceeding two hundred thousand
dollars.
And Whereas, for the payment of
the said debentures, sinking fund and
interest, it will require tlio sum of
§14,000 to bo raised annually by speoial
rato in each year.
And Whereas tbo amount of tho
wholo rateablo property of tho aaid city
according to tho last revised assessment
roll is tbe sum of $*2„-n0,245.
And Whereas the total amount of
tlio existing debt of the city is tho sum
of i? 155,001), irrespective of the sum of
S85.000 proposed to bo borrowed under
authority of tho Streets and Park Improvement Debenture By-law, which
bylaw is to be submitted to a voto of
tlie. electors of tho eity concurrently
with this by-law.
Therefore, the corporation of tho
City of New Westminster enacts as
follows:—
1, Itshall be lawful for tho ninyor to
ralsobywoyof loan from any person or
persons, body or bodies corporate, who
may bo willing to advnnco tho same upon
tho credit of the debentures hereinafter
mentioned, asura of money not exceeding
tn the whoto tho sum of two hundred
thousand dollars.
2, Itehnllbc lawful for the mayor in
cause any number of debentures to ho
made for such Bams of money as may be
required, but uot for less than one bund i ed
dollars ench, such debentures lo bu scaled
with the senl of the corporation, and
signed by tbo mayor and counter-signed
by the treasurer thereof.
8. Thesaid debentures shall bo made
payable tn fifty years at fuHhent from tho
dny on which this by-law takes effect,
either ln sterling money of Great Britain,
or lu tho currency of this province, or the
country whore the same may respectively
ho made payablo, which may be in nny
place or places authorized by Iho suid aot
ns mny ho ogioed upon between tho purchaser or purchasers thereof, and tho
mnvor-iiud i ho said debentures shall have
attached to them coupons for the payment of Interest,
■!. Tho satd debentures shall boar Interest ot tho rato of Ave per centum per
annum from the date thereof, which interest shall bo payablo half yearly on the
first days of January and July lu each
and overy year,
5. Forthe purpo-o of formingnsinklng
fnnd for tbe payment of the said debentures and the intorest thereon nn equal
annual speoial ratoof65imllls In tho dollar
shall bo levied nnd collected in addition
to nil other rates in ench yeurupiui ull tho
rateable property In tho snld city during
tlipcurroncy of the snld debentures or any
of them.
0. All monies arising from the satd rate
beyond tlio amount required for tho payment of Interest upon lhe said debentures
mny bo Invested In each year as the council of the said corporation may direct, for
tho purposo of creating n sinking fund for
tho redemption of the snld debentures ns
they respectively become due, without
prejudice to any of the powers con (erred
upon Iho snld council by tho snld net.
7. This bylaw shnll tnko effect on the
Hth day of Juno in the year of Out Lord
ono thousand eight hundred and eighty-
nine.
8. This by-law, before the final passing
thereof,shnll receive Ibe assent of tho
electors of the city In the imimu-r provided liy the New Westminstor Ai;t, IWiS, and
amending nets,
9. Thin by-la* may hi. cited ns tho
\\ ater Works Debenture lly*l,ti\v, l.SUfl.
By-taw read n.flrst Mine on lhe Ilth duy
of March, 188l».
By-law read a f-eeoml lime on Uio llih
day of March, 1830.
BTOWKOS-.
mAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE
J_ is a truo copy of the prbpotcd By
law which will Ira taken, into consideration by tho Municipal Counoil of the City
of New WeBtmlnster nfter one month from
the first publication thereof in the .Unrr-
isu Culumiiiax uewspapur, which first
publication took pluce on the l">th day
of May, 18SD, and tlmt o vote of tho
Electors of the City will be tnken on Baid
proposed By-law at the New City Hall,
Market Square, in satd city, on the IStll
Uny Of JllllO, 1880, between the
hours of!) o'clock n.m, and fi o'clock p.m.
P.  ROBSON.
City Clerk.
Wanted, Sliort-hand Pupils.
MR. T. B. DUNCAN WISHES TO IN-
form tho Publio of Now Westminster
tbat ho Is now prepared to give lo-sons In
Khorl-hand In the latest nnd h-.-st systems.
A completo course guaranteed In three
months.
Violin nlso inughl. The teaching of
child-'(-u on this Instrument a specialty.
Address, Drawer O, City, New Westminster. dnplOtc
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
CJAWMIUi OWNERS, LOGGERS, nnd
p othors aro uotlUed that our steel
Tug-boat-
"•97.B3PXO,"
Will be rendy for work about Hie Ilth Inst.,
nnd wo uro prepared lo enter Into contracts for all klnils ot towing, lightering, Ac.
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
dmvSte Vancouver, B. C.
NOTICE.
LORENZO LERTOHA, Occeaml.
ALL TEnfiONS linvlnil sny oliiims
against tlio ostnta nf Lorenzo Lot'torn,
formerly of tlio Fonnlitln, nenr Llllooct,
ilocoiisoil, nro hsrsby required to semi In
tlio particulars nf tlielr claims todn.i.io
PlAntllo, of Happy Valley, Mctcliosln
Dlstrlot, or toflicoi, a BoNi*ti,olt!ie Konri.
tain, Llllooet, tlio 1-1x001110111 of tlie will of
the will of tlio salil deceased, on nr before
the 1st day of July next.
Dated SMIi April, 18S.1.
dwmy'ml GILLIO l'lAaciIO.
[RtHOVED -SUM S-AfflOH 10 VIOTORIA]
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
dmliBOmO VICTORIA, II. <'.
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 18*8.
M. R. SMiITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of Alt Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment to Her
Majesty's Royal Nnvy, tho Dominion Government, Ac.
Medal nnd Diploma awarded ut tlio Col*
onlal and Indian Kxhlbltlon, London, l&SI).
FACTORY—Niagara St, James Bay,
OFFIOE8-OT Fort St., Victoria, B.O,
aaaaaan—a_mmmmm&Bmmmmaama
W.O. LOYE,
Miosai M ail Shoe laker.
Repnlrlng Neatly Done. Cork Sole
Work a S|teclnlty>
B-JPOrdors promptly attended to.
Clni-ksion St., In rear of ("olonlul Hotel, next to Hand Bros,' olllco.   dnolto
-—
_-.__-ax__to_trj__B___ei
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENNIN'WS',
(Lath ok England)
Cornor of Churoh and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
«9rSatlsfactlon guaranteed.     dwfeTto
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STUEET,
New Westminster, B. C
.»*satisfaction eunranloed.       daplill,-
N°
lEsrojriCsEL
OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
wo havo applied to tlio Minister or
the Interior tor a license to out nnd carry
away timber nu and from iho following
land*-:—Tho N.W. quarter of Section [271
Iwiiily-seven, tliowest half of Hcctlon [33
thirty-three, In Township [21 two; and
Section 1801 thlrlv. lit Block m five north,
Range ono west* nil In New Westminster
IIOYAI. CITY PLANING MILLS OO.
[Limited].
Por W. A. DUNCAN,
New West,, May 23,1880. -Imy2li.nl
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry-iMachineWorks
rpHE PEOPBIETOKS OI< THKHK
X works have much pleasure in notifying their friends and tbe public that they
are now prepared to receive and promptly
execute auy ordorBforworkln their line
wlih which they may be favored.
A-itlcKEiliVIE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, B.C., 8lh May, 1888.
dwmylSlo
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
d'c2tto
THE THOItOUSH-BRED 8T0ICE-P00IS
JERSEY BULL,
"Governor bloody''
Will stand for servico this season at Pelham Dairy. New Westminster, when' Ihe
beautiful getofthl&suporbanimal oan bo
Beon and Inspected. t
A few calves for sale.   Terms reasonable.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
RAi.ru Booth, Proprletoi',
Mnnngor. ilmy-JJtc
Corbett $ Kennedy,
M iNOVAOTURBflS   OF
TlN,G9PPEa&8HEEr-IR0N
*W JL **» *E?-
WEH*.IT.in* I'.UK'K (UP*STAIHS),
Front Stiiket,      Nsw WEsTiUSBTEn,
HAVING JUST OPENED IN TIIE
above line, wc respectfully sollt-lta
share of tho trade, and trust by careful
atlentlon to orders und inoi-.-nite charges
lo merit, tho sumo. Experienced workmen; sutlsfiicthni guaranteed.
Esllmatesfunil'-hedfoi-Galvaiiii*.,! ln>n
Cornice, Rooting, Plumbing, Gnsrflttlng,
tstemn and Hot Wator I lent Ing, Ae.
wr Entrance lo vremlscs ou Mary St.,
In rear of Bank of B. C. divinhilto
iiRt:
II? YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIOAlt, ASK 1'OR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
c™. MAINLAND.
IffTlioy are not only mado ot the
i'lioiccst TobllCCO but thev are of
Homo IWniuifiictiire, and should be
patronized by all good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
UOtDKOOIt BUILDING,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwUnoly
WM. McCOLL
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
A WEIL-SELECTED STOCK OF
km FySNISHINGS.
AT THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
i.tiNDnoiiM's nr.ocK,
Coliimlil'i Street,       Kew WestmliiKlflr.
noldwly	
North iSr-'iUsh and
Mercantile
jTIRB
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
(lailllal,    •    $11,000,000.00
OF  LONDON.
('npltal>
$9,733,000.00
IUTF.S   AS   LOW   AH   ANY OTHEB
COJIPANIKM DOING BUSINESS
IN MUTIHH COLUMBIA.
t. a*. Tj__oros3
Agont for New Westmlnater City
and DUtriot. djeKto
Land Registry ordinance, 1870
New Westminster Suburban Let No. 15,
Block X.
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Tltlo lo the abovo inonLlonod Lot
will bo Issued to Henry Elliott on the 10th
duy of June, 1881), unless ln the meantime
a valid objection thereto bo made to the
undersigned, In writing, by some person
claiming an etilate or interest hi said Lot
ur Homo part thereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
CIVIC NOTICE.
TJEHSONS INTENDING TO EREOT
1 Building or Fences wllhln tbo City
limits will be furni-lml-villi propor street
lines on application to tbo cannon, or,to
tbo Bnurd or Works. Applications must
bo In wrlllnt'.
J. O. JAQUES,
Chairman Board of Works.
Now West., May 8,18811. dmj'8ml
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
CABTHK'S
Temple of Music I
Is tho Placo to Buy First-Class
PIANOS «° ORGANS
At sueh Prices and Terms as will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For prlcos and terms, apply to CAR*
TEU'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC,
Vancouver* B. Ct
"2..1 HiwllngsBL West. dnplutc
saisich _m\
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANUFACTUBEnS   OF
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
iSS?-ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
DULLS al Xurlh Snnnlcls.
OFFICE A WAKEHOUSE: Wclorln.
dmhSOme
W.L.Leonarft-^Co.
330.332 COKDOVA STREKT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers and Deal on* in
MACHINERY
OF ALL DESCMTIONS.
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
liwdoMtfl
Ganaflian Pacific Mway,
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MASTERS OF VES-
sols and othor Craft navigating tho
Fraser River are cautioned to keen wlthlu
tho Buoys painted Red and White, respectively, at tho Mission Bridge, as during the com-itructton of tho Brldjie, navigation between the banks of the River
and tho Buoys Is dan serous, owing to piles
being driven there.
II. ABBOTT,
General superintendent
Vanoouver, B. a, 7th stay, 1889. dmySlo
Education Biiakchoftiik
PllOVIKCIAL SECUETAIIV'S DfiP'T,
Victoria, May ,Mi,1839.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tho Annual Examination q( ciimlt*
dales for certlllcntes of qimllfli'ntloii lo
touiili in the PiiblloSohool8 of the Prov-
hiee will be held us fuliows, commencing
nn Hontlay, July nu*. ut 10 a. in.:
In VleUirlu Leglslallvo Hall.
In KaniIoi)ps...rubllcSehool Rulldlni*.
Each nppllcant must forward n notice,
thirty days before the Examination, stating the class nnd grade of certificate for
which he will bo u candldule, and the
place ut which ho will attend.
S. IJ. POPE*
dmylOml Superintendent of Education,
ominion Lands,
T*1 YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
I Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
Grazing Lund, or buying Farm, Mining
or any In ml (rom the Dominion Government',
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay in EtOXfcXX* and savo a
large discount
Serin can be obtained ln large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY ft CHAMPION
B.A.isric'Ems,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
on FROH
THK BANK OF BKITIBH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER
dwmhfllo	
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Nearly opposite tbe Colonial Hotel.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
mHE LARGEST AND   CHOIOI>*T
J.    assortment of nil dwicrlptions oi
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and rmpplied to Fam-
■iieu, Re.--tiinn.uta, aud Steamboats atthe
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Provincial Secretary's Offiob,
8th May, 18S0,
WIIERKA8 THE WEUTENANT-
Uovenior In Council Is empowered,
Under th'* "Public Hehool Act,'1 to create
Hehool Districts, In addition tn those
already existing, and to ilellno tho boundaries thereof, nud from timo to time to
alter tho boundaries of existing Districts;
it Is hereby notified thnt His Honor has
boon pleased to create the t mot of land enclosed within the under-mentioned boundaries a School Distriot, under the tltlo of
the "Bigger PrulrleScbool District," vIk:—
Commencing at the south-west cornor
of Section 6, Township 10, Now Westminster Dlslrlct; thenoo cost nlong tho International Boundary I-Ino to the south-west
corner of section !lj thence due north to
tho north-east corner of Section 21; thonco
duo west to the north-west corner of section I!); thenco in a direct lino south to
the point of commencement.
Also, that Hts Honor has boen pleased
to create llio following tract of land to be
ft School District, under tho tltlo of the
"Aschroft. School District," viz:-
All thnt traot of lnnd embraced between
Iho circumference of a circle whoso eon*
tro shall be thn ocntro of tho plot of laud
on whleh tho Government Building now
stands, nnd whose radius shall ho a distanco of feiir miles from snob centre,.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
dmyWwl Provincial Secretary-
NOTICES
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE
applied to tho Hon. the Minister of
Landi and Works for a license to cut ond
remove Umber from tho following described lands situated on Deep Cove of
Nortii Arm of Burrard Inlet, In Group I,
New Westminister District:
Commencing at a post set SO chains west
from Deep cove, west 140 chains, thenoe
north 85 chains, ti eiiee east 1)8 chains,
thenco south. il chains, thenco north-oust
tWJ4 deg., 1G.50 chains, theneo south 40
chains to point of commencement.
* W. H. HIGGINS.
New West., B. 0„ 10th May, 1880.     dml
ISTOTIOE
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL COM-
munlcntions fn   respect  to  mutters
alluding the Department of Indian Affairs, should be addressed to tho Honorable i_, Dewdney as BUporlntonl General
of Indian Affairs, and not as Minister of
the Interior, or to the undersigned.  All
Ulllcers of tbo Department should address
their official letters to tho undersigned.
L. VANKOUGHNET,
Deputy Superiniendont-Genenil
of Indian Affairs,
Department of Indian Affairs,
Ottawa, Ilth May, 1889.     dmy23tl3
Plants for Sale!
obbAp
ATTHE
I
Ik Great Variety, Including,
GERANIUMS. Double and Singlo; FU-
0HIA8, all now varieties; HOSES,
Doublo PETUNIAS, MOON-FLOWEUS:
a fine collection of DAHLIAS (named
varieties) ANNUALS, 25 cts. per doz.
Mixed BEDDING PLANTS. 81.50 per doz.
I offer 10 Plants for 81, Including 1 Storm
King Fuohla. Bouquets, Wreaths and
Crosses made to ordor. Frnlt, Vegetables
nnd Flowers at Store, noxt Oily Hotol, Columbia St. Orders by mull promptly attended to       LuWttpSyl]      l\ LATHAM.
WM.H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
Mi Km Dealer!
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
ttr Highest Prico paid for Furs and
Doer Hides.
Corrospondenco Invited. -**uTeleulione
Call No. 0. djaSto
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot of Douglas Stiieet, Near
CULOJlBrA  STREKT.
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
FRESn   BREAD,   CAKES, PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc.
Hotel and Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders  promptly attended to and
delivered to uny part of the city.   dtnh2fly
B.CIInuinlarlWorks
COR. COtUMBIA AH0 CHUF-Grl GlS.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
il t.5...iiwiiSi| mmi) uw\
In Mnrblo or Granite of Best Quality,
CORNER     POSTS    AND    CURBING.
N. B.-Just recolved-lbo linest osBOrl-
ment of Bcn'iii Ort)title Htraumcutn over
scon u British Columbia, which .will be
sold ul prices putting competition out of
the quest lon, Ij
dwmhaiyl ALEX. HAMILTON* PSOP.
TIME    CARD.
o. p. 3sr. co.
The Fino First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Leavo the O. P.N. CCsWlmrl,
•m-v-fflB-z-
Tuesday,Thursday& Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AHD WAY PORTS.
Returning Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sutllclent Inducement offers she
wilt proceed to HOPE and on such
occasions will leave her whnrf
at4 a. in.
Connecting wtth thoC. P. N. Co,*s steamer
for Victorin.
JOHN IRVING, Manage*,
T, L. RRIGGS, Agent,
New Westminstor. dnpSio
Time TabSe!
,Af.--Gf, THE STEAMER
iifer-^BEHTBUNSMyiR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER every Monday morning at 7 o'clock for Nanaimo, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
Loaves Wostmlnster every Wednesday
at 7 a. in. for Nnnaimo direct,, onnootlng
with Island rnllway and Comox steamer.
Leaves Nnnaimo for Vancouver on
Thursdays and Fridays uud returns snmc
dnys.
Loaves Nanaimo on Saturday at 7 ft. m.
for Westminster direct.
For freight or passage apply on hoard,
or to T. L. llniGOS, C. P. N. wnurf.     dtc
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OKFER VOR SALE!
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, 4c.
Rice Meal,
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH OOLUMBIA
FOR OATTLE FEED.
dmhaemO
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses * Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
. ffS* REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to sec the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES  ROUSSEAU,
dwto SI  Colia.--n.-bIa Street.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LTODBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand au Extensive Stock of
Dry -Goods. Groceries,   Roots & Shoes, flats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, &c.
XVEE-Er©     Sm.     SOTS'     HVXTB.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   AIbo,
GKAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STORE8.
N. It-—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission. ■^Orders
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. dwjefito
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAHD & fflTESTIEKT AGENCY, Ld.
thomas allsop,
henry s. mason,
cuyler a. Holland;
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, - 15 Serjeants Inn Fleet St. -LONDON, ENG.
The Businesa of ALLSOP k MASON has been merged in tho above Company
and will be carried on by the Company from this dato as a general Load Investment
aud Insurance Agcnjy,
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates, Town Lots and Farming
Lauds for Salo on easy terms.
Victoria a C, May 16th, 1867. dwje7tc
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"Cutortols-o-TCnsdspMM-UIdn-lUut I Castor!, mra Colto, 0-nsUii.ttoj,
sr*S'M,Kt£^
Iwitoutioiuri-MiiwI-aUM-.
Tm Cent ' Ull Cowjunr, 77 Murray street, N. Y.
IU Bo. OliordS*., Brooklyn, N.Y.
M.A.McRAE
Merchant lailor
BEACTIFCr, RANGE OP
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Check
SDRDnB,r-URQB IDTEIGU1BB
por spring and summer.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Colombia St.,  • New Westmisster.
dwmh2Sto
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PRE-
rARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Special Lo\v Rates.
Draying ul Hll Kin., of Touty
Done at Shortest Notice.
Dry Corrtwood delivered to nny part of
the fitty.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention. „«.„-,
•arStAblos nearly opposito C.P.R.Depot, Columbia St., Now Westmlnater.
djailtc      QILLEY BROS. ^nove.
Feed.LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
PEOPRIBIOB.
GOOD DRIVING * RIDING HORSEB
tor Hire. Hacks call at nil Steamers
and Trains. Speclnt attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may be lett at the Offloe ot Mathers A Mllllgan,CommlH3ton Merchants,
Front Street, New West. dse21tc
W. ELSON,
Merchant Tailor,
PORT MOODY, B. C.
Hr. Elson will bo at tbe Colonial Hotel
tho first Wednesday In eaoh montb for
the purpose of taking orders,     d wj a23tc
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
1 Old Bboau St, and 16 Fall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stoeh,
Ships In Port, Harbor or Dook, and the
Cargoes of sueh Vessels; also, Shhin building and repairing, Barges and other Ves
sels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
KBOtt 10SS OR DAMAGE BT F1BK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital.
£1,600,000 STGk
Rates of Premium and every inform a-
Hoc oan be obtained on application to
W. J. AUMSTRONB,
Agent for Now Wo-tnitaster.
To San Francisco, Cal.,
BY WAY OP THE
x.xxtm.
THE MT, SHASTA ROUTE.
QUIOKERIN TIME THAN ANY OTHER
ROUTE BETWEEN
hrWriihr utUw Frunm,
CMK-SCEKIC ROUTE Of THE PACIFIC COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING OAKS
For Accomrao-latlou of Second-Glass Pas*
sengers, attached to Express Trains,
Fare (rom Portland to Sacramento and
Han b'rnnclsco-Unllnmed, 125; Flrst-
class (Limited), ta; Seoond-olaas (Limited}, 815.
THROUQH TICKETS to all points Sonth
nnd East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES:
City Office, No. 184 Cor. First StAldei
Streets;
Dei'ot office, Cor. F ft Front Streets;
Portland, Oregon.
R. KOEHI.KR,       E. P. SOGERS,
Manager.      A"-t,a,F. A_\t_»
___* mm
gad*) British Columbian
Taetday Evening, -lane 4, 1889.
ADVERTISING RATH FOR THE DAILY.
Traiislenl ArtverllBonicuU.—■ Fl rut Insertion, 10Ota, per line solid nonpareil; t'tich
8ub8cqueulcoiisei,ullvelU8e''tlon,''<,l.s. per
line. Advertisements not Inserted every
day—first Insert ion, HI els. per line; .subsequent insertion'*, Sots, perliuc.
r'lnudlii-- AilvcrtUtiiH-uiB,—l'rcfe--sioii-
al or Business Cards—82 per month, special rates tor general trade ndvcrii.-inii,
according to space occupied and duration
of contract.
Aiicllori Knit**, when (llaplliye-lii'ii'tr -'■•
25 (ior cont. less man transient advta, if
•mild, fdiargcdnt ■■dtrnlar transient rates.
r.iedui Notices among reading matter,
•"l'i cu*. per line cucli Insertion. Bpoolals
Inserted by the mouth ut reduced rates.
Blrtha,MinTla(-esand DoatliS,$J rureuch
Intvortlonj Fuuenil Notices In couneetlou
with deaths, 60 ots-otwh Insertion.
WEEKLY ADVEfSTlSIHB RATES-.
Trnnii**nl AdvertlHco:i'nM.—I,'l'.-st,liiHer-
tlon, lo cts. per llne solid nonpareil j subsequent Insertions, 7 ots. per Hue.
SiaiullnR Adverll-n*iiieii(!..-l,ro,'esslou-
nl or Business annl.s-Sl.S0 per mouth.
Specini rates forgoneral trade advertising.
Hpricl-'l Nol Ice**, Births, Marriages und
Deaths, Riuna rates us Dally.
Cuts muBthoall metal,aud/orlurgoouts
tn extra rate will be clmrycd.
•WPer-tiuiK -.eiidiiiK In advertisements
should bo careful to state whether tbey
nro to npiimir In the Daily Kdilion, or ibe
Weekly, or bntli, A liberal reduction is
made when Inserted in both. No advertisement Inserted for lei:.*) than $1.
SUBSCRIBERS
Who do not receive their paper regularly,
from tho Carriers or through   the Post
Office, will confer a favor by reporting the
name to the oflice of publ k-tttion nt once.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Wanted .
For Salo....
 A. C.
,S. 0. Smith
Strawberries and Cream at tho
"Club." *
A train load of cattlo arrived from
the interior this morning.
All tho fashionable iced beverages, ut
the "Hub," next tlio "Queen's."   **
Over 500 piles liavo been driven for
the foundation for tlio MacLarmi Ross
mills.
Russell's Restaurant, opposito tho
American Hotel, open day and
night. a9m3*
Tho polico force is to bo strengthened by tht* addition of another constable.
Salmon aro very scarce at preaont
and tho fishermen aro complaining of
thoir ill-luck.
The atr. Irving left for Chilliwnok
this morning with liO tons of freight
and 30 passciigors.
200 lots on tho Thorno road, from
865 upwards at §10 pur month.—W.
Reidt, Front stroet. *
The water in the river rose slightly
last night. Largo quantities of driftwood passed down the rivor to-day.
Nortii Ann Rond Lot*, frum $100;
Sapperton, §150; and Brownsville Acre
Lots at S10O, on easy torma, at W. J.
Walker & Go's.      ' *
All interested in the formation of a
boating club aro requested to meet at
Richards, Haywood &■ Maul-in tush's
otlico thin ovening.
Messrs. Woods, Turner & Gamble
have removed to the office in the Bank
of B. C. building, lately occupied by
Mr. H. V. Edmonds. *
The police force will shortly he furnished with new uniforms, which fur
tho credit of tho city ahould hnvo been
supplied six mouths ago.
Look out for the great sale of lota in
tho town of Seattlo, at tho Mission
Bridge, on June 15tii next. For particulars, apply to Wm. Reidt.        *
Tho str. Clara Port, which was
annk last wook in Boundary Bay, has
been successfully raised and is not
much the worse for her wetting.
Tho city council passed a resolution
laat niglit asking tho Dominion government to immediately appoint a county
court judge fur tlio city nnd district of
Now Weat minster,
The estimated cost of tho MacLaren*
Roas saw mills, being built in this
city, is 8200,000, out uf which an itom
of gliO,000 1*01.3 for machinery alone.
The work on tho mill i-ito is progressing rapidly.
Ilnrrlion Townsite.
Mr, C. E. Woods returned to the
city yesterday after an absence of Bev*
ral weeka spent nt Harrison Hot
Springs, whero ho has been laying out
the new townsito of Harrison. The
situation of this new townsito is certainly most delightful, extending as it
does along the shore of tho lake fur a
distance of half n mile or more. On
either Bide of tho valley in which the
embyro town nestles rise the husje
mountains, rugged and grand, while to
tho aouth, down tho valley, tho snowcapped peaks of the coast range towor
up majestically. Looking up the lake
oiily tho most beautiful and grand
scenery greets the eye. Green isles,
pretty bays and dimpling watora,
dancing iu thu sunlight, or reflecting
thobeautyofthestars, finish a scone seldom found oven in lavish nature. If
beautiful scenery, grand location and
natural advantages go for anything,
Harrison townsite will one day ho a
large and prosperous town. About
125 lots have been staked out and
theso vary in sizo from (ill x 132 feet
to 132 x 204 feet, the lattor lots being
almost an acre each. A large gang of
men are at work clearing the townsito
and laying out tho grounds, which
operations will take tho wholo of tho
summer.
filmwberry tY-tllvnl.
The Strawberry festival and concert
in aid of St. Paul's R. E. ohurch,
which takes place in tho Oddfellows'
Mall to-morrow night, will bring more
of our local taleut im tho stage than
aiiy event of tha kind this season. A
splendid programme has beon prepared,
short but choice; and in the interval
between the first and second parts tho
Btrawburrioa and cream and other refreshments will be served. A delightful tiino may bo confidently expected.
A flood ttlddance.
The police hail a lively chase last
night after u cigarmuker named Mat
Reidel, who had been making uso of
must foul and profane language on tho
street**. Constable Carty took out n
summons against Reidel and attempted
to servo it, but tho cigarrnaker saw the
constable in tlie distance and took to
his heels, Tlie constable followed as
rapidly as poasiblo, but Reidel proved
to be llaet of ford and it is probablo lie
would not hive been caught but for tho
accident whicli threw him into Constable D.nninv'a arms as lie turned the
corner if D.dlas sircei. Tho summons
was served anil Uci'lcl allowed to go,
but it was evident that ho had \ ut
confidence in Canada, as he immediately crowed the river and was last seen
wending his way along tho Semiahmoo trail and heading for tho hospitable shores cc Uncle Sam's  country.
[Elite Rail.
The first bane ball match of the
season was played on the cricket
grounds thia afternoon between tho
lirst "nines" of tho Westminster und
Vancouver clubs. Tho day waa windy,
which had a bad effect on tho play. A
number of Vancouverites camo oyer tu
witness tho match- but tho attendance
of spectators was not large. Vancouver was represented by Allan, Lar-
well, Mela, McCarr.ui, Adams, McLennan, Beck, Martin and Middle-
brook. Tho Westminster nino was
composed of Working, Whyte, Lewis,
Wilson, Winter, Upper, Higgins, Poole
and Valleau. Westminster went to
bat first aud Working made a fair
hit which gave him the second
base. Whyte came next securing n
two bugger which let Working homo.
Lewis, Higgins and Upper also scored
nla*- thia inning. Vancouver went
in and woro quickly struck out for
ono run. Westminsters' second innings added another 5 to iho score,
Why to, Lewis, Upper, Wilsonnnd Winter making homo runs. Vancouver
was put out for no runs in tho second
inning. Justus llie third inning was
about to coinmeiico Motz, of tho Vancouver team, fumbled a ball and hnd
tho forefinger of hi* right hand bully
smashed, It was bandaged up and lie
played tho match out. Vancouver1**
play was in no way brilliant, llio fielding being leose and tho battery easy
Lo handle. Westminster fielded
well, ran woll and showed
up generally in much better
form than their opponents. Baker's
pitching und Lewis' catching wero excellent. Very little base stealing wna
indulged in. Tho match was still iu
progress as wo go to press, with Westminster largely the favorite for winner.
The Stew City EEitii.
The now city hall, which was occupied by tho board of aldermen lust
night for the first time, is an acquisition of which the city may well be
proud. . The total coBt of building
mid grounds tu the city wob only SI,-
500, and, aB Mayor Hendry remarked
the money was well spent. Tho couucil chamber proper is 80x20 feot and
capable uf seating 350 people, whilo
iho gallery over tlio main entranco has
a capacity for at loast 100 moro. A
neat railing separates the council board
from the main hall, Tlio mayor's
desk is on a raised platform, handsomely carpeted, afc.tlie extreme west
end of thu hall, and carries with it an
appearance uf dignity in propor keeping with tho importance uf tho busings lu whicli tho room is devoted. In
a semi-oirolc in front of tlio mayor'B
desk aro ranged tho desks of tho aldor-
men, while to the right and left of
his worship are placed the press
tables. Tho city clerk's desk is conveniently placed within the semicircle.
Tho floor is carpeted with oilcloth,
and tho wholo uppearanco of tho hall
is handsome and preposeasing. On
tho right sido of the room aro situated the mayor's office, city clerk's
offico, city treasurer's and city engineer's offices. On tho left hand sido are
tho committee rooms, police office,
water works office, lavatory, etc. Tho
ceiling is lofty and the building
throughout is well lighted and ventilated. Tho architect, Mr. G. W.
Grant, and the contractor, Mr. Turn-
bull, havo both performed their duties
admirably, and they, with thu citizens
in general, aro tu be congratulated on
the thorough and outiafaotory manner
in which the old biiilclintt htis been
transformed from a miserable bam
into a handsome and comfortable citv
hall.
TUi* -Hotumcrclul Tax Afmllsliril.
The buard of aldermen laat night
decidod not to impose any tax on commercial travellers doing businesa in a
leqitimtite way aud representing bona
fide whules-ilo establishments. This
action was well taken, and will not
injure the commercial interests of tho
city in tiny way. All over America the commercial travellers, tax has
been nbuliBhd, except, in a few cities
which, as might ba expected, are the
moat un progressive on tho continent.
Restricting legitimate trado in any
form is unwise and our civic rulers nro
cognizant of tho fact. Witneaa tho
decay of Quebeo city with ita nooiotiea
and taxes, formed and imposed to
draw the Inst drop of life blood from
the commerce other cities are bidding
tor. Victoria and Nanaimo are now
the only cities in British Culumhia
which impose this illegal tax on trade.
~~ SYRUP OF PIGS,
Produced from tho laxative and nutritious juice of California fig:*, combined
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to be most beneficial to the
human system, acts gently on tho kidney*, liver aud bowels, effectually cleansing tho flyatcm, dispelling colds and
headaches, and curing habitual ctmstl-
patlon.	
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCastona
City council.
Tho council met last night nt 8
o'clock for the transaction of businesa.
Present Aldermen Curtia, Scoullar,
Calbick, Jaques, Townsend, Ewen,
lie id and Cunningham.
Hia Worship Mayor Hendry occupied the chair and addressed the
board on the progress made by tlio
city and tlio work duno by the council
since tho civic election in January.
Husaid:
GiiNTid'Mi:*,-:—I havo to congratulate
ypU on thia our first meeting in tins
hall: It is aumewhat comfortable, at
auy rate far moro comfortable than
thu quarters wo havo hitherto occupied;
and whilo 1 congratulate you on tho
chango it may bo well to ahortly review tlio work accomplished sinco wo
first mot. Tho charter hns been
amended in many ways, making it
more work ablo, though yet sumo
changes—beneficial changes— might be
made. As to tho Southorn Railway,
I have to congrntulato tho council on
haying obtained the machinery by
which tho intoroBt on tho rnilwuy bonds
ean be reduced from G to 5 per cent.,
thereby reducing taxation. Your action upon thoso powera haB placed us
in a position to issue tho debentures
under tho reduced rate. To tho struct
improvements much timo and consid
oration hus boon given to enable us tu
handle thia matter in nu equitablo
tnutinur; and it is fur tliu- people to
confirm your good work on tho l3ih
inat. Then ns to the public recreation
grounds and park, I think tho §15,000
proposed to bo borrowed uud spent on
the park will ho well spent, us i.-recroii-
tion ground ia very needful and will be
quite an acquisition to the city. Re*
Rarding tho McKenzie street extension, I consider the lot acquired fur the
purpose cheap at 80,000, and when
the street is completed it will ba a
great improvement, I mustcongratu-
lato you on tho eft'octive work already
dono in preparing tho way for the is- ]
mgmmmamb^mmmmssBssmm
suance of water debentures; thia also
cornea up for the people to aecond your
efforts on the 13th inat. Sewerage
you will handle later on, Then as to
thia city hall, I think tho 81,500 expended is well spent, and that wo have
acquired a building cheap that will be
goud for five or six years, while the
(■rounds nro a greater acquisition than
tho hall, and on which at a futuro
date wo could erect a hall suitable for
a population of n hundred thousand.
If tho people emphasize the confidence
that has been so frequently expressed,
at tho pull ou the 13th inst., the council will uao tiie money with care and
justice to the interests involved, and
to the satisfaction of tho majority of
the citizens. Gentlemen, wo will now
resutnotho business of thia board.
(Applause).
COMMUNICATIONS
Froni Jaa. Johnston, asking permission tu lay building material on Queen's
avenue.
Permission granted undor the supervision of the board uf worka.
From Nelson Wells, asking for the
stroet lines of John street opposite
subdivision of lot 27 block 7.
Referred to tho board of works with
power to act.
From D. McGr-.gor, secretary of
public meeting held on fisheries question, enclosing report of proceedings
aud resolutions paused.
It waa moved and seconded that the
action of tho mooting bo endorsed.
Aid. Scoullar opposed ita adoption
as tho matter wus in tho hands of a
special committee of tho board of
trade which wuuld do tho work
thoroughly.
Aid, Jaques did not consider that
the city counc.il should play second
fiddle to the board of trade; if tho
council did not understand the question it would bo woll to appoint a com-
miltoo to investigate it.
Aid. Roid nlsu objected to anything
being dono in the matter till tho question was thoroughly understood, which
ho felt certain few uf the aldermen had
n proper knowledge of.
On motion Aldermen Calbick,
Jnquea nnd Reid wore appointed a
comniittoo to look into the question
and report at next meeting.
Frum John E. Lord nnd others,
staling it was rumored that tho council
intended erecting on tho corner of
Prevost and Douglas streets, a cart
and waggon shed and a barn for the
storage of hay, and requesting that
such a valuable site be nut put lo eo
mean a purpose.
Petition granted.
Tho following accounts wero ordered
paid: B. C. Gazette 828; Telegraph
Cu., 80 cents; Z. S. Hall 820.65; Jas.
Johnston S0.25; W. T. Couksloy §75;
D. Lyal & Cu. §10.30; Columbian
831.00; Mainland Guardian $19.10;
II. Elliott 89.25; Gilley Broa. §4; Wm.
Turnbtillia-1.09.
REPORTS.
The.buard of works reported having
examined lut 17, block 7. suburban,
and recommend as follows: That tho
council apply for u crown grant for
said tot with the privilege to Bell tho
same und devote lhe proceed** towards
purchasing u pieoo of ground iti a moro
suitable locality or use it for school
purposes; and that tho committee ask
for further timo lo report on the most
suitable locality for tho west end
school. Report adopted aud further
time granted.
Aid. Townsend said the police committee wuuld have tu be reconstructed
as it had done no business up to date.
Aid. Ewen, chairman of the committee, admitted ho had been absent
from tho city for some weeks, but boforo that it was no fault of his that
tlie committeo did no wurk. There
woro certain bylaws required to aaaist
the police in the performance of their
duties, and Ihey cuuld not bo prepared
Without the assistance of legal   advice.
The appointment of another con-
atablu wna left with the polico committoe.
The council went into committee of
tho whole on tho trades license by-law.
A discussion arose on the taxation of
commercial travellers, and it was decidod that there should be no tax on
bono fide travellers. .,    . .
Tho committee roae and reported
the by-law complete with amendments.
On motion the by-law was read a
third time and finally passed.
The street naming and numbering
by-law wus laid on tlie tablo.
The liquor license by-law wns read a
firat time and the rules of ordor were
suspended and it was read a second
time.
The council then went into committee of the whole and considered tho
by-law clause by clause.
The committee rose, reported progress nnd naked leave to sit again.
Aid, Jnquea naked what wus going
to be done about the now court house.
Ho favored the immediate erection of
a S10,000 building, and not chancing
a 820,000 building later on.
A diBcusf-iuii followed, and finally it
wna voted to wait till next year for the
court houao, when in all probability a
§20,000 building would be erected.
On motion the matter of tho bond
respecting the Southern Railway waa
referred to the finance committee to
report on.
On motion the matter of the uppeal
of tho C.P.R. on the assessment of
their track was roferred to tho finance
committee with power to net.
On motion the water committee was
instructed to have the proposed agreement between the corporation and tho
Cuquitlam Waterworks Co. published
for the information of the  ratepayers.
On motion tho fire committeo was
instructed to havo the old council
chambers put in repair for a bedroom
for tho city teamster, and that the
necessary furnituro bo put in.
On motion lhe finance committee
was instructed to appoint a caretaker
for tho oity hall, and also to insure the
building.
Moved by Aid. Curtis, seconded by
Aid. Ewen : Whereas llio Dominion
government have during the lato session of parliament announced that it is
their intention to nppoint additional
county court judges; and whereas,
owing to the large and daily increaso
of tho population of Westminster city
and district ehe legal business hss increased tu nn extent rendering it ex
cecdingly difficult for one superior
court judj;e to discharge the duty>
two difr-iront courts: Therefore we
most respectfully direct tho attention
of your government to tho necessity
which exists in tho public intercuts of
appointing a county court judge for
New Westminster hs Boon as possible.
Resolved that a copy of'this rcaulution
bo forwurdod tu the minister of justice
through (.in* member Mr. D. Chisholm,
Carried.
Alderman Curtia gavo notice that ho
would introduco .i by-law to amend the
"Renl Eituto Tux by-law."
Tl,i! council adjourned nt 1,30 a. m.
Dr. Child'-' Pile Ointment instantly relieves and permanently ouroa Plica, l'ruri-
tug and all hot and itchl-ia cores and
eruptions. N. W. agents, l). 8. Curtis
k Co, dmy28yl
PERSONAL.
D. E. Brown, district freight agent,
O.P.R., Vancouver, was in the city
to-day.
Goo. Dryadale loft for Halifax this
afternoon, where he will spend the
summer.
Rout Harvoy, of Turner, Boeton &
Co., Victoria, left for Vancouver this
afternoon.
Heavy rains have fallen in the Coburg, Out., district lately. Yesterday
morning what appoared to bo a largo
body of wator passed over the town
neurly iu a northwest direction, and
burst when about two miles distant.
In a few minutes the small creeks became swollen and all the bridges and
dams between where the burst occur
red and Lako Ontario wore carried
away, and tho railway embankment
was destroyed. Many houBea were inundated aud the inmates had to be
rescued by boat. In town all cellars
in the businesa portion were flooded,
the water, in auine instances, rising
above the floors. The farmers lose
heavily, many crops in tho fields hav
ing beon swept away. Tho loss is
estimated at 8500,000. Tho Grand
Trunk loso heavily
When Baby was sick, w* gav« her Castoria,
"When aho waa a Child, ahe eriwl for Cantor!*,
When iho becamo Misn, alio clung to Castoria,
WTaen aha had C ItUdrcn, aha gare them Castoria
FOR SALE.
ANEW llOUSE. AND LOT, for snlo
cheap, on Halifax St., between Pel-
limn Ht. and Queen's Avenuo, Apply on
the premises,    [dje4w2]   S. (J. SMITH.
WANTED.
_Y THE END OP THIS MONTH—
Ij n aituutlon ln Drug or Gonernl Store;
nuve had two yenrs experience In latter;
cun produce testimonials, Address "A.
C," Columbian Olllco. tlje*tt8
WANTED-TO RENT.
AN IMPROVED FARM.   For full pnr-
tlculnra, apply In writing to P, O. Box
47, Now Westminster. dwmy7ml
NOTICE.
MR ft. II. WEBB WILL LEAVE ON
Thursday noxt for England nnd tho
Continent, Any commissions entrusted
to his cure will bo promptly at (ended
to. djeltl
StrawknyFestiTal
AND  CONCERT
In the Oddfellows' Hall
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1880
In Aid of St. Paul's R.E.Church
AI>'1I*.*>.0\, r.0 CENTS- Children lmlf-
5'i Ice.   Tickets for sale at D. Lyul & Co.'s
iuokatoro.
Doors open at 7:30 j). m.        d-tu-aa-tu
J. W. WINGER
DEALEll IN
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
Dono on Short Notice and at Reason*
ablo Torma,
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Stock,
Orders left at tho 0. P. N, Wharf will bo
promptly delivered. ilnih'Jiitc
g^fJP^Bfes
A Pleasing Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows tho uso of Syrup of rigs, a-i i;
acts gently on tho
KlDKKYS, LlVEB 9 BOWELS
Effectually Cleansing tho System "when
Coativo or Bilious- Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
nnd permanently curing
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION
•without weakening or irritating tho organs on which ib acta.
Foreolo iu 7Bo bottler- hy nil Lending
Druggists,
MAKUF4ciiiu.il osn ar tub
OAUrOEBUHSBYEOTOO
Children Cryfor Pitchcr'sCastoria
j. P. DAVIES a CO.
AUCTIONEERS.
Under Instructions from tho Hon. Chief
Commissioner of Lands & Works,
on bohnlf of the
Provincial Government
Wowillaollby
PUBLIC AUCTION
AT THE
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
-ON-
Wednesday, June 12tb, 1889
At 12 o'cIock, Noon,
Hct-tlniiHlJ, 1.-1,111,17, IK, 10 nnd 20, Block 4
North, Range 6 West, containing
1120 ^lOK-EIS
Of K.irnilng Luiul.Hltuale on
LULU JSL AND
Raid lamia will be Bold In subdivisions
of 40 nores,
TBBUBl-W onsh.Jfi infl months, % in
ono yoar, with Interest on doforrod pay
■rii-tii** nt thn rate of finer, ent. per un num
Full particulars anil maps now rendy for
dis til bullon.
J03HUA DAVIES,
myTdwtd Aueiloncir,
At 121 cents per Quart,
FORPRESERVINQ. PARTIES BRING*
Ing tholr own boxes or vessels con buy
at tills rato at tbo Pelham Gardens, for
three dnys only.
dJe3tU 'j**. CUNNINGHAM.
Asylum for the Insane
rpENUERSi, ENDORSED "LUNATIC
I Asylum," for tho supply of groceries,
clothing, meat, vegetables, Ac, for the use
of tho above Anyuim, New Wet-iniliiMit,
from the 1st July next lothoaoth June,
1801), will bo received by this Department,
nl Victoria, until noon on Tuesiin the
18th instant. Llstsof the unifies mi'ulred
o -ii bo soon at lhe Provlnciul Secretary's
otllce, Victoria, nnd nt tho Asylum, Now
Westminster, at which latter place samples can also be Inspected,
All supplies to be delivered at tho Asylum without extra charge. Security for
the duo performance of the contract will
be requlred'tii oach caso.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Sccrotnry-s Office,
1st Jnne, 1889. djcttd
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
22ud May, mo.
WHEREAS THE LIEUTENANT-
Govornor In Council Is empowered,
under the "Public School Act," to create
School Districts, In addition to thoso already existing, uml to deflno tlio boundaries thereof, und from Mine to time to
niter the buun*lurlen nf exlstinu Districts)
it is hereby notified that. Ills Honour has
been pleuscd to create tho (met of land
enclosed within the under-mentioned
boundaries a Hehool District, under tlio
title of the "Hatzlc School District," vis*.:
Commencing nt tho Roulh-we-t corner
of Section 11, Township IS, New Westminster -District; theneo due nortii to the
northern boundary of wild Township;
thenco duo east tivo miles; (hence In u
direct lino south to the south east ooi ner
of Section 12; tbence duo west to llie point
of commencement.
Also, thnt Hii* Honour has been pleased
to niter and re-ilcllno lhe boundaries of
"Burton Prairie School Dlslrlct," as follows:
Commencing at the point in which the
lino between Sections 22 and 2*1, Township
17, New Westminster District, lut.'rscebi
tho right hank of Fraser Itiver) thenee duo
north totho Urst Correction Line, being
the north-west corner of Seelton m* Township 17; thenee oust along tho said Cor-
iwt.lon Linn to the soulh-west corner of
Section a, Township 18; thonco duo north
totho north-west corner of Bald .Section;
thonco true enst for a distanco of six
miles; thence true south for a distance of
threo miles to the south west corner of
Section 2, Township 21; thenco due west
along the First Correction Line for a
distance of seven chain** sixty-three Units,
more or less, to tho uoi-lh-west corner of
Section.:t5, Township I'D; llieiiculiu- smith
fouriulle.*-; Mienco due west .six mile-i, to
llio Bouth-wcst corner of f'ecllnn 14,Township 17: thence due nnilli, crossing the
Fraser River, to tho point of commence*,
ment. By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
JuuSwl Provincial Socrclaiy.
flMEMCO.
RANI*; BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, NewWestminster, B.C.
[Tblewione No. 65.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
Loiulou nnd Lniicnahlro Fire and
Hi UUli  Umpire  Life   Immi-iutce
Comjtaiilc---.
New IVeHtmlimtt-r UuUillng Society.
Accountant*i Office, Diocese of N.W.
City Auditor*., 1886,1887 and 1888.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPBR-
TY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
nnd othor monetary transactions.
Huvo several good investments on tlielr
books, and all now comers wilt do well to
call beforo doing business elsowhoro,
dw3doly
New Draying Firm
MESSR3. W. E. DICKINSON & THOS.
BINNIE beg to announce to mer-
clinnts and others that they have entered
Into a partnership to transact aironoral
DKAYINU BUSINESS,and Ihtil nil business en mint t ted to their care will receive
prompt, attention, and will be liberally
dealt with.
Westminster, May 31,1859.      dmy8U(l
JUST.... RECEIVED,
Direct from Germany, by Express,
The Latest Novelties in
In New Shades and Combinations.
Nothing Like Them Ever Shown in the City
before.  Call and See them.
Ogle, Gampbel
dwtc
Vl
UMMER CO
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
Ogle, Campbell &Cos
.
dtc
Next Door bank of Montreal.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
_z>-_j__z__xt nr
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST ORE'MERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Ija"bxac3.or Herrla-ie's,
'kAac'eexel, Salt Cod,
_______xxo-_xx,s "Cue. Hams,
-A-rrao-ar's TJxic. Bacon.
"Ploar. ' Bran. S"b.orts,
(---HIGHEST PKIOES PAID FOIl FAKM PRODUCE,
aoi'wir 8ooullar.Armstrong Blook, Columbia St.
10ND0N HOUSE!
HOSIERY.
The finest assortment of
Ladies', Children's and Infants' English and German Hosiery direct from
the manufacturers.
IVDHVTH
Largest assortment of Ladies' Jerseys, English and German make, ever shown in
town.
NEW   WESTEV.INSTER, B. C.
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, mm, PLATED \W&. &,f.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full lino of SncctKCles & Eye-Glasses in steel, rubber, ailver arc j-uld
frame:,.   The finest Pebbles mado, 84 per pair; all sights suited.
Special attrition givon to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having lurrit.. uni
business thoroughly from nome of tho finest Horologcrs in England, and stniw Mi-vi
managed tlie watch-repairing departments of a few of tho best firma on tlio o-mli*
nent of America, ia a luflieient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly min i
ger for nearly 8 yoars of tho woll-known firm of Savngo k Lyitiau, Montrou*.
Charges moderate,
Montreal, Deo., 1887.*—Mr. F, Crake.—Andw. Robertson, luaq., Chairnnn ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "Inover found a Watchmaker \ihu d-d no
well for mo as you did whon in Montreal, and I am sorry you nre not hore to-day,"
dwapisto
Wholesale and letail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, KEW WESTMINSTER, Ii. C.
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,
Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & UISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc, etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
DIRECT IMPORTERS & DEALERS IV
_=_Z X Gh HI - C L Jl. S S
DRY GOODS
 J-JSTTZ,	
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON  MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goads!
WALKER A, SHADWELL.
dwssMO

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
https://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.dbc.1-0346759/manifest

Comment

Related Items