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 i&OYeromenl Printing olil.
VOLUME 6
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 11, 1889.
NUMBER 137
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
T. I*. ATKINSON,
■ 1}ARIUSTER, SOLICITOR, *<:■ Office**-*
; D Muaonle Building, Kev/Weht.mlnHler,
| SiO. dwto
'       AUMSTUUNG A KCHSTEIN,
BARRISTERS,   SOLICITORS,   ETC.-
Masonlo Bnlldlng,   Kew Wattmin-
l ster, B.O. tlwmjMtc
■ W. MIIIMA.-V BULK, U.C.,
BARaiBTEH-AT-L.\\V,L\NI)AOKNI'.
Money to Loan. Olllce-aiarlisoii St.,
I New Westminster, BO, -       die
CUUIIOI LU, McCOLl A Jt'.SSS,
BARRISTERS. SOLICITOUS, etc.  unices— Mnsonlo Hnildliig-*. J'ew WestminBter, and Vancouver, 11. V. dwto
A.C. BIIYDONE-JACK, SI. A,
NOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,
Ae. Barrister of the Kew Brunswick
Hupremo Court. Offlco lu the Hamley
Building, Oolumbla St., opposite thoOoI-
onlul Moiel. dupBto
.10 SKIM I K, GAYNOR, H.A„1.L.B.
■ riOLD MEDALIST of thn Unlvoralte of
\\J Dublin. BARRISTER-AT LAW of
tlio IIIgli Court of Justice, Ireland. Oillces,
Corner McKcn/.lo A ClarkSOn Sis., Now
Wt-stiuluslor. dwfu2lto
O. II. GAT*'WOOO.n.!>.**.,
QURGEON DENTIST--A Ormltiaio of
O tlio Baltimore Uental College is pre-
•iiired to do all kinds of Dental Work. Offico over McLennan & M (-Forty's Iiuril-
ware store, 182 Cordova St., Vancouvor,
B. C. ilap:Utc
G, W. UUANT,
ARCHITECT.   Oilice—Corner Mary nud
Clarkson Sts., Westminster,   awto
CLOW A fli At*Li:UK,
ARCHITECTS.    Oillce-Hoora B. over
Bank or B. C,, Columbia Stroet, Westminster, die
W11.I.1A.11  11. KING,
J? 4 ROniTEOT,SANITARY ENGINEER,
J\ Ac. Removed to Armstrong's Block,
Columbia .Street, Westminster-Room
No, 2. dto
AV. THIBAUPEAV,
T AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS-
I j mini. Hamley Block, New Weslinin-
itar, B, C.  dmylSto
F.V
a. v, -..ottos,
OMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
1 SURVEVOH. Olllcc: Room D, Bank
B.JJ. bill Ul In.-,', UV-stmiiistcr,B.C.	
«. pnu:\imii.u,
HEAL ESTATE BROKER um! County
Court Airent.. Coinnilsi'ioiier.Notiiry
Public, &C Rctlls collected. OlIi-v-Mi'-
""enzie Street, New Westmlnst'-r, B. C.
T.J. TRAP!',
At _.
Columbia Street, New We
VU  eommlBBlons  will  rooeivn  proin*
careful  mii-uMoa,   Bo**t reference
i when reqHiicil.         inhlZ-to
I       TURN Is* II, IJi-HlTO.V it CO.,
Sa/TERCHANTS.    Whnrf   ftl,  Vlc.loiiu.
SjI Agents for Norlh British und Mer*
uiitllo Insurance Co. fur Mstinland. 11.
'\ IIRET0N& CO.,30 Flnsbtiry Circus, I.on-
on.H.Q.  dto
MAJOR & ?B
M
tuna
Ileal  Estato  Hrolter.-? ami
Financial Agents.
.GENTS POR
Confederation Life   AsKO'-lnthm of
Toronto.
Koynl ami  Lnneimhlre Klvc In-nn-
tince Com-innL-N,
ftvValiiablo Lots for mile ln lho City
ad District of Westmlnater; and choice
jots In tho City of Vancouvor,
Porsons wishing to buy or unit city or
ir.il proporty should communicate with
Oillces; Bunk of BO. buildini*, opposito
iMollico, Westminster, mul Uiu-Llngi-HI.,
i'ni.ouver. UwapMto
RAND BROS.
,-.-..,, ESTATK nHOKBKS,
f
Conveyniieera, C-Uecion,
And  liiHurniiGe Agent*,
flicc* at
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
.McKbiibIq und Clarkson Sts.
VAN HiUVEIt, Cordova Stroet,
LONDON ,Eiigbilid,
BUILDING LOTS for Bale In nil sections
' Vancouver aud New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
.lo at Ohilllwhaclc, Port Hammond,
nngloy, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay,Lad-
ir's Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
id Piti Rlvor.
Maps and Plans exhibited and the full-
t information furnished at all our offices,
W. BOYILL,
leal Estate Agent
AND CONVEYANCER.
EW WESTMINSTER:-Olllco, Mackenzie Stroot.
ANCOUVER:-Otllce, Abbott Street,
noar Cordova Street.
Full List of City and Suburban Pro-
orty.
Particular attention paid  lo Farming
au'ds.
Accurate Information to correspond*
*    dwmyOyl
ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
|iivll Engineers, LandSur-
veyors & Draughtsmen.
real estate,
Financial, shipping & commission agents
Vive. Life A- Marine Insurance.
goi.UMMAST.,   -   OPP. COIiOKIATiHOTBTi
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
1-UVE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
Ij toni lon to all professional orders und
Einlor their services to residents and non-
csldonls lin vltig Cily or Country Properly
odlsposo of or desiring profitable Invest*
■nent,
I Our lists of ellRlmoproixirHi'v llt■el'l.'.li-
ltrl!ilnt1■•ivnunllcD1lstnutl1v■'l''H::vltlt;l^l!■ll-
f Ions, and our favorable eastern eoiinoe*
■ ions hoth lu cuniuhi nnd tlio Atlantic
Jltnlcsgivo us unusnul fucllitien for bii-ii*
■less.
1 Bpeolnl altfintlon will ho paid to the
wtirohnso uud Inspection of Lumber for
nulpraent to foreign ports. Tonn«Kuehar*
l.Bi-c.liiudi;t'iicralsh[ppi!i!j;hiis]iir.s-)tni:i:i-
fiiatod, Uwuplyl
[Macpherson & Thomson
Of OiitiiWo nnd Murquellp, Michigan,
lmve opoaeil a
III THE HOLBROOK BUCK,
Columbia Htreet, _ doors Enst
of Telegraph Oilice.
Thoy lmvo a complete nssorlmonl. of
jvcry'liliiu usually found Ina flrst-olass
Drug Store, comprising- puro niul frosli
DRUQS, CHEMICALS,
PATENT MEDICINES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
ENGLISH, FRENOH AND
AMERIOAN PERFUMES.
l'liyslolans' proscriptions oaro'ullycom-
poumlcit day atnl niglit. t.zrtiltin
W. BREDEMFYER. DR. PH.
(Late Part ner of John McVluker)
(MINING ENGINEER, U.S. A PROVINCIAL SURVEYOR, A ASSAYER.
Mas ON in Temple  Blook, Vancouveii,
Brit. Col.
jjatrRellablo reports, underground sur-
vevsiiud tiiapHol" mines executed nl low
rates.  AsaayB mndo ou nllkintlsof min*
orals, gold und silver bars.  Thirty yours'
oxperienco  In mining In Asia, Europe
nnd United States of  America.   Speafcs
ten language-*.   Assays from a dlstittice
promptly attended to,   Address Vancouver, B.C. ddeUto
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of the bost makes; Cross-Cllt & llalld-Sl'WS,
ItarllCU Wire for Fencing, snd all the necessnry Utensils for FarminEI
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Blocks. Rope & Chain in all sizes; Pitch,
Tnr & Oakum, Tarred and Plain Paper for Bulldlngi Paints & Oils
in all colors; Liquid Paints iu all shades; Floor l'lllllls ready touse; Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper in all designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
LllhrU'llttll-* Oils, Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
ttr Special attention given to ordors hy mail.
dwjlylito
T. T. rP*E3^.*P*P SO CO.,
Cou'mma Stbbbt- New Westminsteii,
GRANT & MACLURE.
Boots & Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTEB.
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
rj.    IS.   MANSON's
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street, ■ Sew Westminster,
noUlIv
ouse
*
j-rr-s-T'   xz^_.c_z_x-*y___\___i,
The Latest Novelties in Ladies'
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
Insurance and Financial
AGMESrt-J'JFJE!*.
OZ*X*XOXIS i
NEW WESTMINSTER, crMNoEKRES^sKtssON
VANCOUVER,
CORNER CORDOVA AND
ABBOTT STREETS.
—AND-
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON,   ENG. .07 CANNON ST.
Farming Lands ('Town Lots
OF AU I1ES8BIPTI0NS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot fnuiug on Columbia uud Front Sta.,
hi contral portion of tlio city; several
lmildmg** bring good r--itt-3:J'2,00O,O0.
Lot 4, Block 7, near Lytton Square,
Udxl32 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Front Sts.-gO(000.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., 33xG0 feet—
64,000.00,
Also—Lot and Building with atock of
Goods, one of the licet business stands
ia the city.
ImprovedResidential Property
Lot 15, Blook 13; two houses rented at
paying figures—$4,500.00.
House and Lob on Lorno St., near Columbia—$1250.00.
Lots 4, 5 k G, Block 10; good house,
garden, ko.; choice residence property
-85,250.00,
Corner Lot on Columbia St.; fenced and
cleared-81500.00.
Houso and Lot on Columbia St.; one of
the finest residences in tho city—$7,*
000.00.
Houso and Lot on Royal Avenue, near
Douglas Ht.--§2,000.00.
House and 3 Lots, cornor lloyal Avonue
and St, Patriot-.*'.-, St.; no bettor rosidenoe sito In the eity—$10,000.00.
I acre, ivltli 7 houses, near the Park—
?0,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, 1'lock 28; oornor lot,on Agnes St.i
line residence sito-51200.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avenue—§500.00 each.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Mali*
fax Sts., near Clinton St.; lino viowa
and well situated—$350,00, $370.00,
SoOO.OO.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Cllntor-
$300.00.
Lot 0, Bub-Block 10; (ine residence lots-
$250.00.
Lots on Pclham St., near Mary—$000.00
each.
Lot on Pclham St., near St. Andrew's;
fine site- -$500.00,
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne—
$350.00.
Lot In St. Andrew's Square- $300.00.
Lots in Bloek fronting on North Am
rind; finust olmnco in tho market fo:
residence or speculation—$125.00 tt
$175.00.
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Bloc!
12-400.00 to $125.00.
Loti in Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloc
1.1—$100.00 each.
Lots in Westminstor Addition at $15,00
to $50.00.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Tills powder never varleB. A marvel of
pu^lty,!ltron■'tllan■^wllolBso.oenoB,'. More
economical tlian the onllniiry kiutls, aud
cannot lie sold in ooiapolluon witlitlio
mulUiii'ltiol low test, short, weight alum
or phiiF-nliute powders.  Bold only In cans.
llOVAI. llAKINO 1'OWDKH CO., 100 Wall ftt,,
New York. 3fely
HOUSE TO RENT
ON HT. PATRICK'S SftUAttE; - rooms.
S7r     ■
iljollo
FOR SALE.
ANEW HOUSE. AND LoT for Salo
cheap, on Halifax Ht., between Pel-
liiini St, und tintsi-u's Avenue. Ap'ily on
the prcmlycs.    [d.it;lw2]    H. G. SMITH.
TO LEASE.
THE UNION HOTEL. oppOFIto Maaonlo
and Oddfellows' Block.
For particulars, apply nf the
MAINLAND IlESTAUUANT,
iljelml New We-stminstei-.
FOR SALE.
rpHE   HOUSE   ON   PitONT   STREET
X   lately used as a
Hotel and Bakery
By Albert Delbel.   The oven Is lu prime
condition; two yenrs' lease.
Applyto (.!. A. KELLY,
dmymp MirKenzie St,
Plants for Sale!
AT THE
Greenlioiises, Douglas Street
IhUhkat Vaiukty, Isor.ypiNti,
GEIIANIUMR, Tioublenml Single; PU-
CHIAH, nil new varieties; MltiKft,
Double PETUNIAS, MOON-KljOWEU'*;
n line collcclifln of ltAMLIAS (tiuiuci
viirli-iics) ANNUALS, 2.'i els. tier th-,-/,.
Mixed BEDDING PLANTS;81.W nor doz.
I offer 10 Hants for 81, f ncliultun I Slorin
Klui* FuchIn. Bottqucls, Wreaths und
Grosses mndo to order. Fruit, Vi-m-mMcs
antl Flowers at Sloiv, next City Hotel, Colli ra hi a St. Orders by mall promptly attended lo      I'lwapiyl]     V, 1,11II 111.
~T*E**;"B-
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
I
J. J. WILSON, - MANAGER.
Bates, $1.00 and $1 .SO per Day,
Acconmxa to nooar.
SPEGIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OR MOUTH.
ITS" Parlies supplied with alt kin in of
ICE-CREAM. dmy-imq
T. A, 111 & CO.
Chemists & Druggists,
Queek'S Hotel Block    -    NewWestminster
A CHOICE LINE OF
Brushes,     Perfumes,
Combs,       SachetPowd'rs
Sponges,     Soaps,
TOllJiT   ARTICLES.
Prescriptions ami I'liiiiily Recipes caro-
fully diopcnscil from puro Drugs,
Nlgtu 1'., ii n'teuilauec. -lapiic
')
SO   CO.
Real   Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact nil Business relating to
Real Estate,
— AGENTS FOR	
IrOiitlun Assin-niHwdoriiorntloii.
ConiicclInU Flro Insunuici1 Co. of
Hart roni.
London and Lancashire Lifo Assurance Vo.
Canton Insurance OQlco, id. (Marine)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwiellyl
While giving due prominence to
the question of water works-, and
urging upon the ratepayers the
importance of passing the by-law
relating to that matter, it will not
do to overlook tho fact that there is
another important measure, the
Btreets nnd park debenture bylaw, to bo voted on concurrently
with tim other, on Thursday next.
This by-taw, as our readers are
aware, provides for a loan of §85,*
000, of which it is proposed to
expend $70,000 on street improvements, and tho remaining #15,000
on tho park,
More strictly speaking, $12,000
will bu tho amount out of tho loan
to he spent on the park, as the
intention, as stated in the bylaw,
is to refund to the genoral revenue
oftho city, out of tho $15,000 park
loan, tho sum of $3,000 already expended 011 tho park. It is hardly
necessary to emphasize the importuned of having this by-luw passed,
so far as it relates to the park appropriation, in tho first place.
Everyone knows that this is
exhibition yoar at this city, and
that, besides preparing much
needed pleasure and athletic grounds
at the park, a considerable sum will
be required to put up buildings and
otherwise prepare for the exhibition
this fall. The city is on its honor
with respect to tliis event, and
although a certain amount of money
v.ill he forthcoming from othor
sources, to further the exhibition in
various ways, it will bo impossible
to do anything like justice to tho
occasion unless Lhe SI 2,000 designed
for park improvements is made
availablo by the ratepayers on
Tiiursdny. The improvements thus
mado will all be of a permanent
nature, and if proper care is exercised the money could bo laid out to
advantage. We believe the great
majority of the ratepayers will
appreciate the importance of this
item of tho by-law, and act aecord-
'••s*y- 	
The $70,000 appropriated for
streets is all for tho most necessary
improvement'*, und is apportioned
iu tlie by-law in a manner calculated to do the most good and to
givo every section of the city justice.
As most of our citizens nre aware,
there have been no extensive street
improvements or extensions carried
on for years, and, with tho rapid
growth of the city for the last two
or threo years, tho street and sidewalk facilities havo run far behind
the demand, tho necessities, of the
city's circumstances. Thero has
been a heaping up, an accumulation,
of delinquent street work, so to
speak, and the demand for its immediate performance has reached
the crying point. In fact serious
loss must result to the city from
delaying this work for another
season. Many peoplo havo purchased lota, and hnvo cither built
houses or arc preparing to build,
who will depend for the most
ordinary street and sidewalk accommodations for years to come upon a
loan scheme such as is beforo the
ratepayers. If the city does - not
oxercise itself to provide ordinary
facilities at least for tho newer
portions of tho town, und thus encourage thoso who are coming in
and building it up, it may he reasonable expoctcd that they will have
a hankering after other cities that
are more accommodating and wideawake in these respects, and that
future immigrants of the better
classes, seoking a home in the
province, will light shy of us.
THE CBONIN INQUEST.
Some Important Evidence Against
Sullivan is Given at the Cronin
Inquest To-Day.
'Jhe*Doctors Charged with Illegal
Autopsy on the Body of Bishop,
Plead Mot Guilty.
Job us to wit   Rapidly  Recovering
From Effects of the Late Horror
ami  is Rebuilding.
Besides tho necessity for new
streets and extensions, and sidewalks, most of the older streets are
in a very imperfect and unfinished
condition, and some in a disgraceful
state of repair, including tho sidewalks. The city has arrived at a
stage when it must pay some attention to appearances oven, tidy up
its front yard, so to spoak, and put
on its clean bib and tucker, or lose
its self-respect and the good opinion
of tho world, which has its eyo on
us more than over. Theso street
and park improvements, if carried
out, which rests with tho ratepayers
to say, will, both from an ornate
and useful standpoint—and ornament
is of great uso in most matters—
givo Westminster a, much higher
status in all that contributes to the
matcral welfare at least of a modern
city. Hardly less than new streets
and sidewalks, improvements and
extensions, docs the city require the
healthful influences—moral as well
as physical—of a good park, with
pleasure und recreation grounds,
unlimited aud pure air, and bright,
restful, glimpsos of glorious scenery.
Such a spot naturo has givon us,
and, with tho judicious outlay of
the sum intended for this purpose
(and tho experience already had in
park improvements should bo profitable for further operations), something can be done by way of supplementing nature in making tlio park
a placo of popular and healthful
resort, a propor placo for logitimate
and worthy sports, and nu additional at tract ion and point of interest possessed by tho city, as well as
proparing grounds and doing something towards erecting buildings for
the exhibition this fall. Thoso who
havo the interests of tho city at
heart will take no retrograde stop,
but will voto solid for tho streets
mid park debenture by-law.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
TUB OaONIN MOltDBU.
Nbw Yoiik, Juno 11.—-Inspector
Hymen' detectives to-dny arrested .Jno.
Marcuicy, aged 38, who claims to bo in
tho dry goods business, and Charles
McDonnell, sumo age, who is a bl-ick-
Biuiih. Thoso men are arrested on information sent tu inupector Byrnes by
tho Chicago police, and aro supposed
to bo implicated iu lho Cronin murder. Inspector Byrnes hus been in
communication with the Chicago chief
of polico for more than three necks
with regard to these men, and had
thom cloBPly watched. Maroney was
formerly a district member uf tho
Clan-iitt-Ouel in Philadelphia. Ho
made himself obnoxious there and had
to leave. He is understood to have
performed missions of a private nature
since then for Alexander Sullivan.
Maroney went to England at the time
of the queen's jubilee, with others,
supplied with funds to blow up so*, oral
pnblio buildings. Two of his companion-- were placed under arrest and
it is chun-ed Maroney spent the funds
travelling on the continent. McDonnell is believed to be from Chicago,
SinOKO EVIDENCE,
Chicaoo, June 11.—The first witness in the Cronin caso this morniug
was John C. Uurrity, a teamster, living at 121 Superior st. Tho substance
of his testimony was that about two
years ago, Dun Ooughlin omie t- him
and asked hiin if he thought he could
get Major Sampson to "do up" a follow for him. Ooughlin said, "Tako a
ball-hat and break his nose or knock
out his teeth, disfigure him for life,
auy thing to do him up?" Witness
suid to Coughlm, "Supposo wo kill
'him," Ooughlin replied, "Well it
would'nt make muoh difference if ha
wns killed." Garrity told Ooughlin
ho had better soo Sampson himself,
and Ooughlin asked him to tell Sampson to come out nnd seo him, About
two weeks after, Sumpsun came to him
laughing and aaked if ho knew what
Cough lin wanted him to do, he said
no, and Sampson said ho wanted him
to "do up" Dr. Cronin. Witness said
be told Sampson to ttll Cronin about
it, and to keep away from the whole
business. Several times after this,
Coughlin naked wiiuesj to try aud induce Samp.<iou to do the job. Garrity
dunicd having any feeling of enmity
againat Coughlin. Frank Murray, as-
Bibt.nit superintendent of the Pinker-
ton agency was next called, Murray
described tho trip to P. O. Sullivan's
house and his interview with Sullivau
on the Sunday after Cronin's disnp
pcarancc. Charles McDonnell is i
horso sheer and lias a room on Third
avenue and 38th stroot. He has
worked at his hade here two years.
He came from Philadelphia about tho
samo timo as Maroney. Among the
Clan-na*Gael, ho has been a decided
purtisan of Sullivan and his faction.
l't-KAUEJ) NOT    GUILTY.
New Youk, Juno 11.—Threo phy-
Bicans, Doctor S. Horaco, Irwin and
Ferguson, indicted for violating the
penal code in holding an illegal autopsy
on the body of tho mind reader Bishop,
appeared in court to day, pleaded not
guilty and furnished bail in $500 each.
MUIIDEH.
Lebanon, N.H., June 11—A doublo
niurder occurred near Moridcn early
this morning. Luciun Freeman with
nn axe killed his mother, Mrs. Daniel
Freeman, and alao John Morgan. Tho
murderer took to tho woods but wub
captured.
AT  JOHNSTOWN.
Jonnstown, Pa., Juno 11—Another
24 hours havo passed, and nfter a trip
over tho entire Hooded district, it is
apparent the vast amount of work accomplished that onco appeared to be
insurmountable, is gradually fading
away beforo energetic men. Gangs of
men will commence on the blocked
debris nnd work in opposite directions,
nnd more wngons will bo secured.
The debris is rapidly disappearing.
Owners of houses havo commenced
clearing out their own residences iu
Johnstown, and while tboy request,
an they frequently do, tho foreninn of
tho gang to allow his mon to help, tboy
ure never refused. Storekeeper-- ure
aim- commencing to tako their goods
from Iho wreck to tho creek to wash,
lo see what lliey rati recover from tlio
effects of the lined. Of course, there
aro many snd hearts aud weeping eyes
in tbu families as they find articles tlint
in ihuir happy homes bufd-o the flood
bclongud to loved ones, but with brave
hearts, thuy are smothering their grief
and havo resolved that Johnstown will
be herself again. Tho prediction is
now being freely mndo that by July
1st, ihe city will present a very creditable nppoarunco. Tliu houses in-t
damaged very much, arc already being
repaired, and ns a com-equuuee, a much
butter feeling prevailed ull around,
now that the solid sense of this community is coming to tho frOut,
t Uy council.
Tho council mot last night at 8
o'olook for tho transaction of business.
Present Aldermen Curtis, Scoullar,
Calbick, Jaques, McPhaden, Ewen,
Hoid nud Cunningham.
His worship Mayor Hendry in Lho
chair.
communications
From Win. Kent asking for the
grado of sidewalk opposito his house.
Referred to lho board of works with
power to act.
From E Burns asking permission to
lay building material on Front streot.
Granted under tho  usual  conditions.
From 11. W, MacKintosh, secretary
of licoiised victuallers association, enclosing a resolution protesting against
tho increaso in tho licence fee on such
short notice mid asking for moro time;
also strongly objecting totho by-law
us it stands.
Aid, Jaques said it was a hardship
on tho saloon keeper to raise the license fee on such short  notice.   He
thought if the six months asked for
was granted, the saloon keepers would
fix up their places so that thoy might
take advantago of tho hotel license.
Ho introduced a resolution to this
effect, which was seconded by Aid.
McPhaden who supported the views
held by Mr. Jaques.
Aid. Curtis said tho resolution was
completely out of order, and nothing
could bo done in tho matter except by
amendment.
Aid Scoullar and Aid. Ewen favored
moderation, aud a remittance of a
portion of tho license if it would be
legul lo do ao.
Aid, Calbick and Aid. Cunningham
thought it would bo in ordor to remit
the amount.
Aid. Curtis said it was simply non-
Benso to waste time on Aid. Jaques resolution, it was out of order. He
asked the buard to show n littlo backbone and not net like children. The
idea of passing a by-law and then trying to slide out of it, was too ridiculous
and childish.
Aid. Reid thought that no hardship
Bhould be inflicted, but by-laws should
not be trifled with—it was a bad precedent.
Aid. Cuttis said it was a strange
thing that when a matter affecting* tho
Baloon keepers came up thoy biought
in a potition and carried it. If this
thing was to go on it would bo better
for the board to resign and let the
saloon keopers run the business. The
by-law wns passed; it was in the interests of the city and morality and he
would stick hy it so long as there was
a hair on his head.
Aid. Ewen thought Aid. Curtis was
uncharitable, and that the rebate on
the license would not affect tho by-law.
Aid. IVeid said there was only ono
way to change tho fee, and that was to
give notice of motion of amendment to
the by-law.
Aid. Jaques said his resolution wbb
in order, and he had no intention
whatever of trying to amend the bylaw. He would let it stand as passed.
His worship said he was in favor of
high license and tho present by-law,
but the council was not going to impose a hardship if such this would be.
Aid. Curtis proposed that thoso
naloon keepers who intend converting
their places into hotels should have a
rebate when they had complied with
iho hotel license law.
Aid. Jaques withdrew his firat resolution and introduced the following:
That the clerk be instructed to remit
§100 off saloon licenses for the next
six months; and that tho pftloou and
hotel keepers be allowed six months
to put their places in necessary repair to comply with the by-law recently passed.
His worship enid he did net know
whether the resolution was in order or
uot, and asked for a show uf hands ou
tho question for an opinion. Tho
show of hands was oqual and it was
left for his worship to decide. Aflor
careful consideration his worship decided the resolution was out of order.
This closed tho discussion.
From Dr. De Wolf Smith, calling
attention to a serious nuisance on
Agnes street. Referred to the health
committeo with power to act.
From D. Whiteside asking $50 for
caro of police court room. Referrod
to the police committee to report on
at next meeting.
From Hanson Bros., Montreal, asking when the debentures would bo
sold. Tho olerk was instructed to reply.
REPORTS,
Tho finance committee reported
having appointed Mr. Whyman caretaker of the city hall, at a salary of
$15 monthly.
Tho committeo appointed to look
into tho fisheries matter was grunted
further time to report.
The following accounts were ordered
paid: Gas Co. 8209.05; D. McGregor
83; H. Peele 83; Jas. M. Annan $4.50;
D. A. MacDunald $1.75.
The streets and sidewalks by-law
and streets naming and numbering
by-law wero laid over.
Tho real estate tax amendment bylaw was read a first and second time
and afterwards discuBBed clause by
clauBe. It was then read a third time
and finally passed.
Aid. Curtis asked what had been
done about collecting the road tax.
Tho clerk replied that nothing had
beon done to collect it,
On motion the board of works was
empowered to purchase self adjusting
gates for the city hall grounds.
It was deoided to hold u special
meeting on Friday night to discuss the
streets and sidewalks by-law.
Aid. Jaques gaxo notice of motion
that he would bring in a by-law to
amend the liquor license by-law.
The council thon adjourned-
BOULANGER BETRAYED
The Great French Agitator is Betrayed by One of His Host
Intimate Friends.
Germany Takes the Opportunity
of Bullying Her Little Neighbor, Switzerland.
The Persian Shah's Reception in
England will be of Unusual
Magnificence.
CORRESPONDENCE.
The Water Wo Drink.
Editor, Columbian,—*I sincerely hopo
voters opposed to the water by-law will
givo the matter serious consideration before committing themselves. With the
exception of a few persons owning tanks
I cau safely say tlioro is not a single
family getting absolutely puro wator iu
tho lower town. I hnvo examined tho
water from three or four wells, and in
ench case found impurities, both organic
and inorganic. It could not bo otherwise, and will ovory day bo growing
worse.
Tho surface wator, loaded as it must
bo with impurities from closets, cesspools, etc., is constantly flowing into
wells on a lower level. This abort totter
will oot permit my going into the subject as it deserves, so I will briefly givo
the opinion of one of the highest authorities on hygiene Speaking of drinking
water taken from wells ho says: "Wolls
surrounded by farm lands or located in
towns aro Inevitably contaminated. Surface wolls in such places, collecting water
running off stiff clays, absolutely cannot
bo pure." Those latter are just the conditions we havo hero. Many aro surface
wells, nono aro fully protected from Biir-
faeo drainage
I would therefore ask each voter to
consider well beforo ho acts; his position
is a roBponsiblo one. Most assuredly the
man voting against tho water by-law it,
as far as he is concerned, signing tlu-*dcnth
warrant for many, perhaps for thousands.
I am, Sir,
Yours truly,
C. J. Pagan, '
Richard Routledge, watchmaker, of
Montreal, committocd suicide Sunday
by shooting himself through thu heart,
in tho bam of his father-in-law, Geo.
Clarke, a farmer, of Cote St. Luce.
Children Cryfor Pitched Castoria
IIOULANCER BETRAYED.
London, Juno 11.—It is understood
that Gen. Boulanger In his forthcoming communication will declaro, although the papors seized in Paris are
of no incriminatory character, thoy
were revealed to tho police by a person
or persons who betrayed the confidence ho had in them, for few people
ho trusted knew of the existence of
the documents.
GREAT SOCIALIST MEETING.
London, Judo 11.—Messrs. Bobel
and Leiboucht, Socialist lenders, and
other Socialists members of the German reichstag, will attend tho international congress of socialists in Paris,
Eminent men from all parts of the
world aro expected to be present The
objects aud scope of this movement
will be more clearly defined than ever
heretofore.
IN GREAT STATE,
Berlin, June 11.—The Emperor,
Empress and Prinoe Henry, with
large and brilliant suites and escorted
by the German squadron will proceed
to Athens next October, to the marriage of Princess Sophie of Russia with
the crown prince of Greece, Duke of
Sparta.
CROWNED KINO,
Vienna, June 11.—It is announced
the young king of Servia will be
crowned on the 26th proximo,
RULLYINO   SWITZERLAND.
Berlin, June 11.—The German
government formally notified the government of Switzerland that it is impossible for Germany to agreo with
Switzerland in the justica of the
latt.er's course in the affair of Police
Inspector Wohlgimute, and that Germany reserves the right to take action
in tho matter.
A NOTABLE WEDDING.
London, Juno 11,-The marringe of
the Duke of Portland to Miss Dallas
York occurred to-day. The churtsh
wns crowded with aristocratic guests, ,
and wedding present*', numerous and
cosily, including gifts from the Prince
and Princess of Wales nnd Lord and
L-tdv Salisbury. Tho Bishop of Lincoln performed the ceremony.
ENGLISH GOSSIP.
London, June 11,—The old story of
Prinoe Albert Victor's marriage to
Princess Victoria uf Teck is again
talked of. It seems a great pity that
it should uot bo allowed. Princess
Victoria is as much au English princess as can be. She is pretty, nice,
popular, was born in England, aud hu
bci'ii brought up hero, and if there are
drawbacks, they are only pecuniary.
That the country need not consider.
The queen would not care for the marriage, but does not oppose it so strongly as othor members oftho family, who
seo no reason why Princess Victoria
Bhould be preferred to their own children. The splendor of tho Shah's
second visit to London seems likely to
eclipse the glories of the first. Tbe
city, the Prince of Wales, and Sir
Drummond Wolff are making the nee*
csiary arrangements for hts entertainment. It is now intended if possible
that he Bhall land at Gravesend and
approach London by the river Thames,
ihe embankment being occupied by
troops during his progress, A gala
performance of "Aids" at the opera
has already been commanded for the
2nd of July and on the 4th. He visits
the Empire theatre, whioh Mr. Ruben
OasBon has taken for the entire even*
ing. The Prince of Wales will be present on these occasions. Mr, Harris
haB promised Mr. Caeson to provide a
programme replete with attractions.
Lord and Lady Salisbury will welcome
him to Hatfield, and it is possible that
ho will stay with Lord and Lady
Brownslow at Ashridge and Lord and
Lady Aberganneny at Cridgo. He is
to bo shown around tho Btook exchange
in Bolemn state, and will be the lion
at several bulls.
The 24th of May celebration was an
unusually successful ono this year.
The weather was magnificent and the
queen's presence at the Thames side to
soo boats go up attracted an unusually
largo number of visitors in the afternoon. Speeohcs in tho upper school
woro remarkable for the introduction
of stage properties to an unusual ox-
tent. Dr. Warren mercifully spared
many ladies present the Latin and
Greek speeches, whioh in former days
predominated. Four of tbe speakers
weie sous of men well known in the
upper and lower houses of parliament.
For Pcol K. S. and Talbot N. S. dm
sons of tho speaker and of tho member
for Oxford university. Wood, of
Lord Halifax, Coventry of the master
of the Buck hounds, and Warkworth,
of Lord Percy.
Tho government mado a great mistake in accopting ■' tho resignation of
Sir Hercules Robinson. Immense efforts were made to get him to consider his determination and the government to meet hiB views half way.
When he retired, ho fairly told them
that the policy they were pursuing,
which was largely due to home influence, would bo most disastrous, and
that ho would on no consideration go
back there to carry it out. He considers tho influence of Mr. Chamber*
lin and tho party in England that he represents to have been most dangerous
and foolish and he makes no secret of
Ins opinion. That his conviction is
largely shared is evident, for the government are in great difficulties about
a successor to his position.
"Jack" Walker, a local boatman,
und Frank Davy were out in the river
abovo Niagara Falls yesterday when
they lost eontrol of the boat and wen
swept over the Falls, passing almost
directly to the middle of tbe Hone-
shoe. The bodies have not yet been
recovered.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at tho Columbian offlce. Prices will ht
found as low aa at iny other offloe In
the provlnoe —Adv, THE   DAILY   COLUMBIAN
tten Alurtt.
Mtttaalw,
At thslr 8t.»tn Pflntlnj Kst*bllsh-
ment, Colambla fltre.t,
BY   MAIL:
ror 13 moollii................ t! 00
ror S months.. I»
ror 1 month * **
tlKUVERED IN THE CITY:
rnr 12 months.™ 110 00
K„r « months...
5 as
(0
Nr wee.      25
Payment ln all eases (except lor weekly
rate) to be made In advance.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
mini every W-dm-.d.j Mania-;.
Delivered In the City, per year....... I UK)
Hailed, per year. 2.00
Mailed, 8 months.   1.20
Jaili) jlSrtliBli Colnmbian
Tacsday Evealai* Juue 11. ISSS.
In discussing tho earth-closet suggestion the other Any, we put to one
side tho branch question of sewerage
for the   time   being.    Everyone
admits the necessity of proper sewerage for the city, and will agree with
us that this important mattor cannot
long remain in the background.   It
is just as apparent that  without a
system of water works proper sewerage will be impossible.   We might
remark here, which is a point for
consideration apart, so to speak, and
is as obvious as anything could be,
that, whilo a system of water works,
with a good head and plenty of
water, is indispensable to sewerage,
such a system, supplying the city
with abundance of  water  from a
pure,uncontaminable, outside source,
would actually render the necessity
for sewerage less urgent than it is
under present circumstances, whero
our water, even more than the air,
is the medium through which the
poisonous impurities that escape into
the soil got into the system and jeopardize the health of our citizens.
With a pure outside water supply
and the incomparable situation and
slope of the townsite, and the salu-
briousness of tbe climate, a comprehensive sewerage system might, if
necessary, be postponed for a year
or two longer, or until the surplus
revenue from the water works should
be found sufficient to guarantee interest on the required expenditure.
The oase is just this: Water, as we
have said, is necessary for sewerage,
and sewerage is desirable to have—
it must be obtained, under any cir
oumstances, in  the near future—
but, without a proper water supply,
wo shall suffer far more from lack
of immediate sewerage than if we
have the water, and  at the same
time sewerage will  be  impossible.
From every point of view, then, in
the public interest, the desirability,
the necessity, of providing without
delay for a proper system of water
works for the city must be apparent.
Having shown conclusively, we
think, that it is not only desirable,
but necessary, to take such steps at
this time as will insure tho city a
plentiful supply of pure water at an
early date, that the particular
scheme under consideration can be
fairly completed and made available
by the amount sought to be borrowed
under the by-law, and that the
water works will be self-sustaining
from the start and speedily and
certainly remunerative thereafter,
we will touch upon various points
that suggest themselves in connection with the question and also
npon objections tbat are current
with some. In considering the
scheme which the ratepayers are
asked to ratify it should be remembered that the proposition is the
council's own, and did not emanate
from the company. On the contrary, the counoil rejected all the
proposals of the waterworks company—some of them very fair pro
posals too—to supply the city with
water at a certain figure and retain
possession of the works themselves.
Appreciating the importance of securing, once for all, possession of
tho water works by the city, the
council pressed its advantage and
brought the company to tho very
favorable terms, for the city, which
the ratepayers are now asked, by
the good men and true whom they
enthusiastically elected a few months
ago, to ratify.
Application for License.
VOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT I
JjI Intend to apply to tho I.li'cnslnn
Board at Its next meeting for a license to
nil Intoxicating- liquor. In the premises
known as tho lTDepot Hotel," Columbln
Btreet, New Westminster, B.C.,
P. 0. BILODEAII.
Haw West., lane 10,1880. dJolOis
Wo have heard of the objection
being  urged   that  the Coquitlam
Water Works Company were receiving too much in the $20,000 proposed  to  bo  given by the city to
pn hue the charter and the works
H thoy are. A fair consideration of
thii objection must correct such an
impression.    Practical  men  went
Into the enterprise years ago, made
exhaustive surveys, ascertained the
beat source and the best route, got
an expensive and valuable charter
put through the house, as well as an
amendment, have prepared accurate
estimates and working surveys, and
eleared  several miles of the pipe
line, and in their agreement with
the oity make over all these, per-
nap., not very tangible results, but
representing a large outlay in timo
Mid money, and bind themselves aa
well  to secure to the city, free ot
cost, the right-of-way between the
Coquitlam    Lake   and  thil oity;
Whatever value may be placed upon
these considerations, it is safe to say
that the oity will get them cheap at
$20,000.   In other words, that if
die oity had to start in now where
the company did leveral yean ago,
120,000 would hardly suffice to do
for the city what private enterprise
•nil praotical men hare accomplished
for themselves.   So far from the
company getting ahead by the deal,
the council have actually, by their       mm a_,
dose bargaining for the city, got the  public Meeting to be held at
******* ■**• -W  »• Btl^Zmt «•*..«. *«• un..
only possible olue to the latter part-  AIMnt, 0, wh|Ch „„ „,„„,„, are ro.
ing with such 1 valuable franchise,   quested to take notice und govern them.
and one that cost them «o muoh out-  mlmmmil^. HEKDBY Mnyor
lay in time and money, for .uoh a     «*'°&<>%'&m_Mi.rl]m.l.,m.
bagatelle as $20,000, muit be found | jeiotut
in, the fact that they still retain
valuable privileges under their charter, which wili enable them in tho
future to supply Vancouver and
other places on the peninsula,
A disinterested outside opinion is
not without value on such questions
as the by-laws now before the ratepayers of this city.   The Vancouver
World of last night had something
to say, on tho water works question
particularly, which is worth perusal
by our citizens at this time.   After
referring to the streets and park improvement  by-law and   expressing
the opinion that "the investment is'
likely to be a remunerative one," tho
World says: "Coming to the question of water works, and for which
the sum of $200,000 is asked, there
is much to be said.    Au efficient
water service, both for domestic and
firo extinguishing purposes, is absolutely necessary,    if   a thoroughly
good system can be secured for the
sum named tho investment will in a
few years turn out a very profitable
one.   Not only will present insurance rates be vastly reduced, but
citizens generally will bo supplied
with pure, fresh water of excellent
quality at a much lower rato than at
present.   The oxpendituro then of
$200,000 fnr such a system is but a
mere bagatelle,   The city is acting
wisely in controlling the water service.    Vancouver's  great blunder
must not be repeated by our sister
city.    Victoria's   water   works are
not by any means as efficient as they
might be.   The source of supply—
Elk Lake—is a vast marsh.   Tlie
water is pregnant with decayed
vegetable matter. It is the best the
citizens of tho capital can get, and
with it they have to be satisfied.
Tho rates charged are reasonable,
and the consumption a large one.
From the establishment of the service up  to  the present time, the
total  expenditure  has been in the
vicinity of $300,000.   The revenue
haa paid all working expenses, interest on debentures, and the sinking fund, as well as yielding a handsome surplus to the city's exchequer.
Capitalists    have    regarded  these
works with so much favor, that, a
few weeks  before  his death, the
Hon.   Robert    Dnnsmuir    offered
Mayor Grant the sum of $800,000
cash for tbe transfer thereof from
the  city  to  his  name.   But the
offer, flattering  and   tempting  as
it was, Mayor Grant promptly rejected.   Properly constructed   and
kept free from local boodleism and
robbery whilBt the work is in progress, there is no  reason  to  doubt
but that New Westminster's investment will prove equally as   satisfactory as  Victoria's.     There    is
abundance of  capital   at   present
seeking investment.   Debentures of
solvent, progressive municipalities —
such as are all  British  Columbia's
oities and townships—are in great
demand.     Following    tbe    course
adopted in Victoria and in Vancouver, where tho by-laws recently
submitted were  carried  by  overwhelming majorities, there is every
reason to hopo   that   the   Royal
burghers will keep  the record unbroken and vote in favor of the bylaw."   Further comment we shall
not make today.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Real Estate and Financial Agency
RICHARDS, HAYWOOD & MACKINTOSH,
Conveyancers tt Notaries Public.
Teleplis-tio "Wo. Gl.
Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms easy.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
Money to Loan.
WE DO NOT SPECULATE OURSELVES, but giro our customers Uio buiiolu of ull our special bargains.
COLONIAL HOTEL BUILDING,
--OFFICES!
233 CORDOVA ST.
51 YATES ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
VANCOUVER.
VICTORIA.
JAMES D. RAE
[SUCCESSOR TO D.  MePHADEN]
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FIRST-CLASS
Groceries and Provisions
BET* W-S MS MM 9     «Sr. MJ. •
Coffees Roasted and Ground on the Premises.   Fino Tens a Specialty,
dwly rwr^-vs-sr-^oOLUMBIA STREET—————
Notice of Sale by Sheriff.
PURSUANT TO EXECUTIONS AGAINST ItANXlB ACT, 187-i.
In the Supreme Court of British Columbia imd in the Count y
Court of New Westminster.
F. G. VERNON, HERMANN WICKERS,
rOSTILL BROS., T. NKELA-NDS,
Plaintiffs.
WILLIAM CALKINS, Defendant.
N OBEDIENCE TO WRITS  OF EXECUTION ISSUED OUT OP THE ABOVE
' >. and to ine illrei-tetl In
(fie dboVc-hameU mills- for llie sum of 887fl,0tfan*l Interest on "tno same nt the rate of 8
  ■-*'  •--••■   • •■---■  '-■--  * hIhdo and other expen-
lon.nl lhe COURT
Mrleorulvgluii Beport for Week Ending
June (till, Htm.
MAX.   MIN.   ItAIN.
Snniliiy.... 84.0      6*1.0
Monday  15.0     95 0
Tnesdny 06.0     54.0
Wednesday U8.0    48.0
Thursday 70.0     40.0
Friday 77.0     49.0
Saturday -, 83,0    53.0
Cloudless skies with refreshing breezes.
A. PKKItE- Capt'n.
Job printing ot all kindB neatly dono
at the Coltobmn office. Prices will be
found as loir as at anv other office In
the province —Ado
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
CALKDOMA * BT. ANDREW'S
■OCIBTY.—Tlio WKUlnrrneellngBof
tbls Association are held on the Inst Tuesday of each month, at 8 o'clock p. m. All
Scotchmen are Invited to attend. -John
Buie, Sec.
O. Ft—COURT LORD DUFFERIN.
. No. 6304. The regular meetings or
... aoove Court are held nt the Foresters'
Hall, on .he first nnd third Wednesday In
eachiroiitli.atsp. m.—Jno. McMuki-iiv,
Benr. « " *'
A.°N
tlio lloO
, p. c. h.
w.
n-.'. ru.
0. T. V.-REGULAII MEETING
. „ eveiy Wednesday afternoon at ,1
o'clock Pi. fiio W.C.T. U. Headtjuiirti'M,
Doii'-h'S ftt.   Loyal Legion In the mino
glace every Friday afternoon.—Mrs. Jam.
dnninciiiam, President;  Mi.Hft IjeIIkck
Secretary,	
VBION LOnUK No, O, A. F.
* A* M.—The regular meet*
Ings of this Lodge are hold ln
.    . tbe MHBonlo Temple on the flrat
Wednesday In oach montb, at 7::Ki o'clock
ri. m.  Sojourning brethren nre curd Ir liy
avltnd to attend.—W. C. Coatham, Her.
HOARD OF TRADE. Board" Room,
£) Oddfellows Brlok Block, iip-stnln
Council meets on tbe first and third Wednesday In ench month,at 4 p.m. Quarterly
meetings on tlie 22nd of Feb., May, Aug.,
and Nov., At 7:80 p. m. New mci
may be proposed and elected nt nny <*nar-
terly meeting.—D. RonsoN, Seo.
1   Conns »n the 23rd and 27Mi days of May, 1889, respectively, and lo ine directed In
the above-named salt-*, for Hie sum or 8870,00 mm Interest on the same at the rato offl
per fim turn pi>r Minimi mull pnld, beMiio.s Sheriff's fees, poundage mul other expense-* nf thi** t-xfli-utimi, 1 hnve seized and will offer for salo by auctlo
HOUSE, New Westminster, on
Thursday the 27th Day of June Next,
At I2(-vlork noon, all tho right, tltlo nnd interest of llie said William Calkin**, as
desoribed in thlsndvertisi mi-nt, or sufficient .thereof to satisfy tho Judgment debi nnd
expeii-*!-* in 1 his action, subject lo a mortgage for Sl.fWO.OO ami Interest thereon atO
per centum perunnum from the 14!h Mm-eli, van..
Dlslrlct.
New Westminster
No,- 0/ Lot.
, Concise desei-lp-
I tion of property.
Norlh West }_ ot Section i
Tow 11 ship 26.
Prairie landpart*
i Iv ditched A under cultivation;
bnlld'gs thereon
Estato or Int'st
t The Judgment-* weie rcgislercd in   the Land Registry Offico, on tbo 28th day
of Feb: unvy and Uir 27th day of March, 1889, respectively, against said lands.
"W". T. -A.SI.C'ST'ROITO-, RllE'tin*-,
djoiot'.l Westminster county,
Notice of Sale by Sheriff.
l'UHSUANT TO EXECUTIONS AGAINST LANDS ACT, 1871.
Westminster, IioUlen at New
GROCERIES
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Canadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
A. DesBRISAY, Cor. Columbia & Blackie Sts.
3'fc-C3
IGBES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A CAR-LOAB Of
Pell, Rice Goil-sprinpMcLaughlan
mm mj ma- ma m w.i fm
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.
Granvillfl S. Wat« Sts,. Van oiwor
dwuolyl
THIS SPACE BKLONOS TO
H. T. READ & CO.,
HAlinWAKE MEHCHANTS.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
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STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY,
A-KRICTMTKAL & AM- KI.NiS.S OF iUU.HIM-.KV.
I11 the (futility Court of New
Westminster.
Ii. P. ECKSTEIN, Puimwr,
W. H. BROWN, DEFENDANT.
IN OBEDIENCE TO A WRIT OF FI FA ISSUED OUT OF THE COUNTY COURT
of New Westminster, on lhe 14th November, IB8S, and tn mc directed in tho
above named suit for tho sum of 8117.78, dobt nml costs, nlso Interest on tho name at
4 per centum perimnum from the Ilth day of October, 1688, until paid, besides Sheriff's
fees, poiiudnj-o, and oilier expenses of this execution, I have seized ami will ollei for
sale by Auction, at (lie Court House, New Wostmlnster, on
Thursday,   he 27th day of June, next,
AtlSO'Clock.nuon.nll tho right, title and Intorest of the said W.*H Brown, ns described tn this advertisement, or sufficient thereof to satisfy tho Judgment debt and
expense! ln this action, subject to n mortgage tot%\fi 0.00 and interest on the same at
B per centum per annum from the 26th September, l£8i.
nistrlct.
NewWestminster.
No. of Lot.
Lot 288, Group II, nnd Houth
half 1,01270, Group II.
Concise doFcrip*
lion of Property
A'-ricullur'l land
partly cleared,
with buildings
thereon.
Estato or Ini'st
Tlio Judgment wns registered In (he Land Registry Office, Now Westminster,
against snid lands on tho ilth day of October, 1838.
•W. J.  AEMETEOMO-, fSHerlff.
dJelOtd Westminster Comity.
"IP X O 2ST 23! X3 EC
HAROWM
tmWMrmmmmmii
ESTABLISHED lsi*.
Jas, Cunningham
COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, B. C.
To Contractors* Carpenters
mENDERS WILL BB RECEIVED BY
I tho undersigned up to noon of SATURDAY, »m Inst,, for the dividing of
Herring's Opera House Into tenement-",
and other work. Plans nnd spect flcatinio-
onn be seen at my office, Mary Street.
Tholowestor any tender not necessarily
accepted,
G. W. GRANT.
New Westminster, June7,1880.    djevid
Public Meeting.
TO HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOH OF
tbo City of New Westminstor:—The
untlorslgncd request you to please oall u
meeting of the ratepayers of this eity to
explain tho Water By-law beforo tbe mil,
Inst., the tiny for taking tho voto,
Jniiepb Wintemuto, R.J. Klckmetl, I.'.
E. O. Ilniwn, Geo. rj.Ilrymiier, David Hur-
cble, W. A. Duncan, Jno. K. Lord, Thnt.
Ovens, H. Hoy, JnsVwise, j; Dj'Hopklnsj
*  " "  ,r.I.Oaldwen,A.M.Herrlng.
L.V.Bonson.J
To JOSEPH WINTEMUTE AND OTH-
**RS,-Ok*it*.bhr*i: !In complance with
the abovo requisition I hereby appoint ti
-■-■'-  -  ■- '  •■ - the CITY
IMPOBTEB OF
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Faints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Ohinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTUnEB OF
fl@E-TIN8 SHEET-IRONWARE.
CONTRACTU FOIt
Iron Cornice Work, (ius-littliiK,
Plumbing, Roofing, Sir.
Notice to Cannerymen
THOS. LEVI'S GAN-FIILING PROrECTOR
MAY 'RE OBTAINED ON  Al'I'I.ICA-
tlon lo K, H. .*.■ Ol I.I,Alt A CO,
Any person or persons found using thom
Without the ]i;iteiil. Nlinm* will le-prosecuted. TflUH. LEVI.
New West,, 27th May, 1880.      dibySTml
Education niiAscitovTHB
PnoviNOUt Rkcuktaiiv's Dki-'t,
Victoria, May 7th, 1880.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Annual Examination of cnntii-
ilates for rerllllciitcN of oimlllli-atUin to
teach In tho l'libllc Schools «.f lho Province will beheld u_ follows,comtnonollly
nn .OitiHliij, July Mill, al 10 a. tt),:
In Victorin Legislative Hull.
Iu Kamloops...I'tihlloHcliool Building
Each applicant must forward a notice,
thirty days before lhe Examination, Muting liiccluNr-nnd grade ot certificate for
which ho will bo a candidate, aud the
place at which ho will nltond.
8. D. POPE,
dmylflml Superintendent of Educntlon.
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE  BARGAINS
—is—
Suits tt Pants
&
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY
Democrat and Express
OTHER
i'ons!
rJ5tT The Beat and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.-*%*3
d-rapilc *•'""■
"Oilrri©.
lowers
fell
The Little Maxwell
Steel Frame Binders.
MLA-OHiisrEmir.
F.C.Si
NEW    WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Planet, jr., Warden Tools,
tin wit Slow ers, &e„
Tiger   i-lake.*
Ac,
Sharp's Oo. 'iM
Maxwell Do.
Hll COLiillA MT MARKET,
(Julmiiliia Slreet, Stow Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT  PURVEYORS IN (.KM.UAL.     FRISSH ASil) CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS OX HAKD.
JQTSpccial lines '-uotc'l for Uio slu-iplng tratio.   Family orders strictly attended
to,   Hotels will find it to their interest to placo their orders with the above firm.
diKnoly
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
Wo nro Rolling lho hunt of
Englt§li* Scotch & French Goods
At prices awny down cheaper than
Ever.
Cull and examine ahd we nro Hotlstled
thnt yo'i will buy beforo yon leave Ihe
storo.
All work guaranteed,
dmhlyl u 1 olonibln Street*
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBACH,
MUC'OESSOIIS TO \V. 11. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hums, Itncoii, Biimmge, Kologiins, Gtc.
dniilyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
Tnn Oolumdia*- Pmntinci Establishment has lirst-oluss fr.oi.Uies for
all kinds of Commercial Printing, Bill Heads Letter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms ot every dospriptioni Posters, Dodgers,
Price Lilts, Ac. Prices will Ira found ns low ns at any other oflion where
first-class work is done,
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order;
REPAIRING DONE WITH IIEATIIESS AHD DISPATCH.
P. S.—All orders from the upper country promptly attended to.
tt\v*iolm(i
Chas. McDONOUG
Front Street, New Westminster.
II
EXTRA FAMILY BL&iliCieTS-
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS |ali kinds dI Woolen B
READY-SMDS-. € LOT U INO.
jjge? The only Mouse on tlie Mainland whicli keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. drnli30tc
Douglas & Deighton
MAHUFAGTUREnS All" EI>0.-:1l"S OF
HARNES
■wimps,
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, B. C.
SEND IN YOUlt OltDEHS.    ATX W01IK OF THU BEST MATERIAL AND
WORKMANSHIP,   PKIOES LOW.
noldwly
ROYAL CITY
Planing ills Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
MAHUFAOTL'ItEllrl AND DKAJ-KIlf* IN
All Kinds or Bongti anil Dressed Lmauar
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, MET FLOATS, TRAYS,
J___TXZ>  -&.TCI. -ECIKTOS  OB
Wood 'Furnishing for Canneries
Doors.   Frames.   Windows,
Monl'Hiitfs. Balusters,
Blinds. Brackets,
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
I nolOdwljr streets and Park Debenture By-Law.
I By-Law to raise by Loan the
K-siim of $85,000 for Street and
|{ Park Improvements.
TTHKREA8 IT IS EXPEDIENT
'V that tlio council of the city of New
,_ estmiuster should provide for the iui-
ovoment of certain streets iu said city,
1 of Queen's Turk.
And wheheas it will be necessary, in
[ie? to effect said improvements, to isle debentures of the said city for a sum
money not exceeding SSo.GOO.
And whereas for the payment of forest and creating a sinking fund for
ymeut of said debentures it will bo
cesaary to raise the sum of $5,050 anally by special rate in each year.
And WHEREAS the amount of tho whole
;eable property of lho said city, accord-
' to the last revised assessment roll, ia
a sum of 52,510,245.
And wheiikas tho total amount of the
isting debt of the said city ia $155,500,
espeetivc of the sum of $'200,000 prosed to bu Ijbvi'owcd under authority of
a Water WoJia Debenture By-law,
.ich by-luw is to bo aubml Ued tu n vote
the electors of tho oity concurrently
tli this by-law.
And WHEREAS, for the purpose of nils*
. tlio said yearly sum of §5,1)50 an anal spcci.l rati) of '2 2*5th mills in the
liar will bo required.
TiiBiiEroiii:, the Mayor and Aldermen
.the city of Kew Westminster, in coun-
^dscmbled, enact as follows;
! Italian be lawful Ior llio ninyor o(
i sail oily lo nilse by way of loan
:n any -lor-ioii or persons, body or
Jles corporate, who may .bo wllllmfto
vaneetlie same upon Hie credit ut lhe
Ventures lieivinnfu-r mentioned nsum
money not exeeeillii'* In llie whole the
n of £83,000.
'. itshall he lawful for the said mayor
-luu-oiiny nitmlier of debentures to be
.(io for such sums of money ns may bo
Hired, but hot for less than SlOOeach,
li debentures to bo sealed with tho
l of tho corporation, signed by the
yor nnd couiltei'.si'snud by tho "irons-
rof ilioHiildclly.
Thesnhi debtnlures shall ho made
able tn fifty .veal's at furthest from the
on whb-h tills by-law takes ettcct-
.er In sterling money of Great Britain
n currency <>( tbls province or tbo
iiitrv whom tho same may respectively
Iniade payable,which maybo lu any
co or places authorized by law as may
-igrccd upon between lho purchaser or
■chasers thereof and tho mayor, and
Mild debentures shall have attached
hem coupons for tho payment o. In-
list.
j Tliu shld debentures shall bear Inter-
Hnttho raloof live per centum per nil-
Hn from tho dale thereof, which Intorest
KU be payablo half-yearly on tho tlrst
9t. ot Jtinnniy and July lu each and
Bry year.
7 For the purpose of forming a sinking
J I for the payment of Ihe said deben-
J-siind tlio liilercst thereon* nn equal
Final special rale of 2 and2*6tb mills In
1'dollar shall bo levied and collected,
f.ddillon tniill other rates, In eaeh year
•ii all lho raloahlQ properly in the salt!
' during tho currency of tho said deft urcs or any of ihem,
E All moneys arisiiii* from the snld rato
Bund the amount required for Iho puy-
"itof Intorest upon I ho satd debentures
iv bo invested In each yonr us tho coun-
| f tbe said eorporiitlon may direct, for
Jbpurpose of cri'iillii!,' asiiiklnt; fund for
Kredenipllon of the Mind debentures as
**■>• respectively becomo due, without
tiullcelo any of the powers conferred
In ibe said council by the act of incor-
titlon.
1 The proceeds of Iho <H-!ieii! tires Issued
J sold under uuUiorltyof tills by-law
Rl bD applied to improve n until on
leu's Park and lho streets hereinafter
jilioiiod,nii'J,as nearly in tliopropor-
I following ns maj to the snld council
In expcdlonl.lhiit is lo say: Queen's
ae, SIS.DOO; Columbia street, 5i,0W): Pro-
I, Dallas and Onruarvon Ktivets,s*,riOO;
■ sireet,$2-600; Kovnl avenue, 83,000;
...l's avonue, sis.iuiu* ivih.mi street,
sb; Montr al strei-i, 6:1,000; Melbourne
Bit, 3*2,r-00; Leopold I'hiee, $500; Parlt
So, $1,000; Clinton slreet,S2000; St. Pat-
a street, 81,000! Clement street, S-1,100;
Ihlorgestreot,-#1,000; Mnry st root, si-iHW;
iJohu sheet, $1,1-00; Douglas street,
10; Halifax slreei. S'5'; St. Andrew's
Jlilllt-o streets, 6L00J; Forlcs-quo street,
Ml; Kdinburgh slreet, $2,500: London
i, $1,000; Hluokiostreet,8600; Merlvalo
•»-[. $500; Ht neit wood street, $r»oo; Mc-
l/,lo street, extending ami making.
■0; streets In Si. Andrew's square, $1,500;
irgUS sqiuite. 6500; Bt. Patrick's
$1,000; sidewalk-* and general
l-t repairs, i8,C80i provided tbat outof
-istilii sum of $i;*i,O00 sot apart for
Hlmprovemoiit of Queen's Tark there
il bo paid lnlu the oily treasury to tbo
Hit, of tho general account the sum of
sH j,being thottmou.it nlrondvexpended
lif tho gcneinl iv ven no for Park im-
i-emonls; provldod also that If thore-
Jpmonts of any of lho streets nbovo
Intoned should ho found to bo less or
Hlnr than tho mim apportioned lo'oilii
Hit, thesaid Hum maybo Increased or
■Inisheii as in thoclroumstauctos may
|i to the council expedient,mid the
Bins, if any. I'liniilulng unt Of ihonii-
ftrhitlonH nbovo sot out, af'or snid
H.-tsbavo been completed, may heap-
Si io olbcr works of permanent It..-
■TcmeiH not specified herein, at the
motion ofthecotiuoil.
-J This by-law shall lako eilect. and
F'.c Into force ou Iho ITlli day of .Tune,
^, 1SS9.
[Tills by law.beforn tlio final passing
loof, shall receive the assent of the
lorn of the city In ihe manner pro*
Kl hy tho Now Westminster Act, im,
■amending acts.
1 This by-law mny be cited ns lho
Maud Park improvement I'-ebc-nluro
RsBW, 1839.
If-law rend a (trslti'me on tho Qtb day
lay, 1880.
In-law read a seemi'l tlmonn tiieClh day
B'ay, 1880.
ffiOTICB.
BVKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE
s a truo copy of the proposed By-
jwhichwill bo taken into considora-
. by tho Municipal Council of the
J[tf of -New Westminster aftor ono
Kth from the first publication thereof
•Bio British Colombian newspaper,
juh publication took place on tho 15th
I of May, 1889, and that a voto of
[electors of tho city will bo taken on
Ji proposed By-law nt the New City
l'l, Market Square, in Bald city on tho
fli day of June, 1889, between
Bhours of 9 o'olook am. and 5 o'clock
*- 1). BOBSON,
City Clerk.
POR SALE.
'•"I! RIX-YBAK-OM) OX; well broken
' nnd gonllo.        JAMICH WlftK,
gofiwl Front St., N.W.
Irst-class Prairie Farm
i PKRBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISL*
, AND, Norlh Arm, Fraser Rlvor; con*
nlng ilCO acres of tlio fittest farming land
tbo oountry; all dyked, well Improved,
id buildings, good orchard (bearing),
.'or further Information onqutro of
MAJOR * PBAIWON,
:ny2Blt* Now Wcstminsler.
S£RyiCE_BULL.
HE nUaiSTERED rEDIOREE HOI.-
STEIN DULL,
jugertha Prince 5,
':'■] stand for sorvico thla season at D.
frpbaden's Garden, Edinburgh street,
lerms reasonable.
Milch Cows for Salo.
jjJ'UM IIlNfJ,
Manager.
1). MePHADEN,
Proprietor.
VIOTOHIA
Jteam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED MS.
, R. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Iread, Cakes & Biscuits
ronlraetors by Appolntmonl to Tier
I   Mnjoaly-s Uoyni Navy, tbo Doinl-
^ n lon aover:imcnt, Ao.
Dedal nnd Diploma awarded at tho*C'ot-
oulnland Indian l-'-chibillon,London , 18H0,
IKACTORY-Nhignrast., .Tames Bay,
■oFFIOES-67 Port St., Vlctorlft, B.O.
dnpSmfl
Water Works Debenture By-Law.
A By-Law to provide for the
issue of Water Works Debentures.
WHEBEAS BY THE "NEW
Westminster Act, 1888," an act
of the legislature of British Columbia,
passed in the fifty-first year of the reign
of Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, and
chaptered forty-two relating to tho corporation of tho City of Now Westminster, it is among other things provided
that the council of tho corporation of
the snid city may, subject to thn provisions of tlio said net, pass by-laws for
constructing water works, and providing
for the expenditure thereof.
Anij Whereas it is expedient that
the council ehould provide for tho construction of water works for tho supplying of water lo the inhabitants of
the stud city.
And Whereas, in ordci to cany Into
elfcct the said proposed construction, it
will bo necessary to issue debentures of
tlio said corporation for a stun of money
not exceeding two IliillOl'cd thousand
dollars.
And Whereas, for the payment of
tho suid debentures, sinking fund and
interest, it will rey ire the sum of
§14,001) to be raised annually by special
rato in each year.
Ami WUKREAB the nmouirt of tho
whole rateable property of tho said city
according to tho last revised assessment
roll is tho sum of 82,640(240,
Ann Whereas tho total amount of
the existing debt of lho city is tho sum
of 8155,500, irrespective of the sum of
§85,000 proposed to ho borrowed under
authority of tho Streets nnd Bark Improvement Debenture By-law, which
by-lnw is to bo submitted to a voto of
tho electors of the city concurrently
with this by-law.
Therefore, tho corporation of tho
City of New Westminster enacts as
follows.—
1, Itshall bo lawful for the mayor lo
raise by way of loan from any person or
porsons, body or bodies corporate, who
may So willing lo advance tlio same upon
the credit of tbo debentures hereinafter
mentioned, nsum of money not exceeding
In tho wholo tho sum of two hundred
thousand dollars.
2. Itshall bo lawful for the mayor to
cause nny number of debentures to bo
made for such sums of money ns may be
required, but not for less than one hundred
dollars eucb, such debentures to bo sealed
wltb the seal of tho corporation, nnd
Blgnod by.the mayor and counter-signed
by the treasurer thereof.
a, Tho snld debentures shall bo mndo
payable In fifty years at furthe.il from tho
day on whleh this by-law takes effect,
either In sterling money of Groat Britain,
or In the currency of lins province, or thu
country where llio same may respectively
bo made payable, whleli may be In any
place or places authorized by tlm said actus may bo agieed upon between tho pnr-
eliiiser or purchasers thereof, and the
nuiyo-yind tin-•'aid debentures shall have
atincliod lo them coupons for lho payment of interest.
4, Tlie said debentures shall bear Int6r-
ost at the rale of live por centum per
annum from llie date thereof, which tn-
torost shall be payablo half yearly on tho
first days of January and July in each
and every yoar. , ,
5. Forthe purpo-cof formtngnsinking
fund for tbo payment of the said deben-
tiiie*- aiiii. lhe in lores! lliereon an etmul
niimi:'.ls]ieel;il ral-.if .">'■;mills iu tliedoUar
ahall bo lovled nnd uollcotodlniidditlon
tn all other rates In eaoh yearup mall the
rateablo property In the said city during
theeiirrency of tho said debentures or any
of them.
0, All monies arising from thesaid rate
beyond the amount required for tbo payment oi interest upon i ho said debenturea
inn v be Invested lu each yearns the council of the said corporation may direct, for
Iho purpose of creating n sinking fund for
llii'i'edempUou of the sn Id debenture-; as
lliey respectively become due, without,
prejudice to any of lhe powers con erred
upon tbo satd council by the wtId net,
7. This iivliuv shall take etl'ect on tho
17ili dny of .luuo iu the year of Onr Lord
one thousand eight hundred and eighty-
nine.
S, This by-law, before the final passing
liin-enf,shall receive lho assent of tho
(-.ei'torn of the city In lho manner provided In* llie Now Weslmtnslor Act, 1SS3, and
amending actu.
II. This by-iii'i* may lio cited uh lho
Water Works Debenture By-Law, lKSil.
l'.\ -law read a first lime on the Hth diiyof Mnrch, ISA).
Ily-lnw road iv second time on the lllh
day of March, ISSS.
mAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE
1. iu a t nte copy of tho proposed By
law which will bo taken into consideration by the Municipal Council of the City
of Niw Westminstor after ono month from
the first publication thereof in tho Brit*
inn CotiOJUirAN newspaper, which first
publication took place on tho loth day
oi May, 1SSU, aud that a voto of the
Electors of tho City will betaken on said
proposed By-law at the New City Hall,
Market Squaro, in snid oity, on the lJHIl
<la'y of'linnet 1880, betweon the
hour., oi 0 o'clbnlt a.m. ami 5 o'clock p.m.
D. K011SON.
City Clork.
Kindergarten School.
MISS DRUMMOND WILL OPEN THE
abovo for ehildron from 3 years of
age, Juno WHi.lSSli.
Tersis~-S3 per month.
Carnarvon Btreet,  direct! v opposito tiio
1'iesbvtorlan   Church,  Now wostmin-
Btcr-B.C. 	
Card of Thanks.
I DESIRE TO HEARTILY THANK
the Citizens of Now Westminster for
lliolr very generous pntronngo during the
past flvo years and trust thut in the fuliirn
I shall continue to merit tholr confidence.
I have just secured as an assistant, A. J,
Holmes; D. I). S.,n graduate of the Ohio
Dental College (a branch of tlio Cincinnati University}, which college ranks second lo none In lho world. Dr. Holmes
oomos highly recommended, and having
hail throo years experience In tho practice of Dentistry, I feel that I can confidently assure all requiring dental work
thnt only u superior class of work will bo
dono.
Prices modorato as In tbo past.
Grown, bridge work, and the preservation uf the miturnl teeth specialties.
Office: Knnms II A (', Hunk of IJ. C,
corner Columbln and Mnry Streets.
0, fi, C. IlItOWN,
ilji-swl Dentist.
J. P. DAVIES & CO.
AUCTIONEERS.
Under Instructions from the Hon. Chief
Commissioner of Lauds A Works,
on behalf of tho
Provincial Government
We will soil by
public mm
AT THE
CITV OF NEW WESTMINSTER
-ON-
Wednesday, Jnne mil, 1889
At 12 o'clock, Noon,
Sections li. If., 10,17, 18, 10 and 20, Block 4
North, llnngo ft West, containing
1120 ACEBS
Of Farming Lund, Bituato on
LULU JSL AND
Said lands will lio sold in subdivisions
of 40 nores,
TBttMHi-i**; ensii.J**; Infl months,,'*. In
ono year, wlih interest on deferred j.n.v-
in"iitH at llie raliof fi per*, ciil.poriiniium
Full partlculnrsiind maps now ready for
distribution.
JOSHUA DAVIE8,
mySTdwld Auctioneer.
2/TCfrXOB.
DURING MY ABSENCfi FROM THK
ctty Mr. Newton A. Whito will have
charge of my business, and has authority
tocollfCt and discharge all accounts In
connection therewith, eto,
S. H. WEBB.
Ne-v Westminster, June 0,188(1.    d |cflm2
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
CJAWMIl.l, OWNERS, IJ-aOERS, nllil
P others nro notlBotl Unit onr stocl
fug-bout,
"THPIO,"
Will lie reaily for work "bout tlio lllli lust.,
iinil wn mn t>r,'|,iueil It, enter lull, foii-
traels for till  kinds „f toM'lnir, lighter.
lilg, Ae.
EVANS, COLEMAN 4 EVANS,
ilmySto Vuni'iiliver, H. 0.
IREKOVED r-OM 8AAH OH TO VlOTORIAl
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. McTAVlSH,
tliii'lSDi-lO VIOTOHIA, IJ. c.
THE WESTMINSTETt
Poultry Yards
* JOHN S. COX, Prop.
Light Brahmas*
Parlrldge Cochlilns,
Pljiuoutli Bockt*,
Whito face Ul'k Sp.nilsb
While Crested, Dlnek   and Golden
Pol nml h.
HouilniiB,     Sllvcr-iicnclllcd   llnm-
biirtrfi.
Illnck, Iteil and Pitt Gaines.
Tonlouie Oceue.      iioiieii DuckR*.
Asylum for the Insane
T1ENOER-*, KND0R8ED "LUNATIC
Asylum," for the supply of groceries,
olbthlng,meHt,vegnliibles,*o.,for)he uso
of the nbove Asylum, New Westtnlnsler,
from the 1st July noxt to the 30th June,
Will, will be received by this Department,
nt Victoria, until noon on Tuesday lhe
lSth Insliint. Llsisof the articles reriulrf-d
« a boisoenat the Provincial Secretary's
Olllcc, Victoria, aud nt tho Asylum, Kew
Westminster, at which latter place samples can also ho Inspected.
AU supplies lo bo delivered at the Asylum without extra nhnrse,  Hccurlty for
the duo performance of tho conlraet will
be required m each case.
By Command,
,INO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Oflice,
1st June, 1859. dJeMd
0.1 WOODS A. D. GAMBLE
Land Surveyor. Notary Publio.
Woods, Tuner & SamUo
LAND SURVEYORS,
, Insnranc&t Financial Ago^is
AND CONVHVAN'CKKS.
ji.G-'niisr'rB jTOis
nu**.—*l'hf Western nfTiironto.The -Ki-
na, The City of 1-undon, and Tbo  llarl-
ford.
LIVE.—The New Vork Life Instm-mic Co.
AOpIDEST-ThoTravellers'of Hartford
Xinnd Survey In*** In nil !!** i-rniKrho-ae*
ciiralely atid m-otnpMy c.irrted nnt.
City anil SnburlinH l-nuil-i for Sate.
We enn show it complete li 1 of desirable
Iocs lilies.
I<*urmt»g l.nmlrt, improved and uttiin-
prove , tliroti-il-.im! tbotllslilcl.
flllulitR and oilier Sioi:!l buUglit and
sold.
V.'lHHJS.Tl'ltSKK AliA'dlllK,
Office. Eilaso's Blook,   ■   Columsia Streei
s'kw wrhtminstkh.
itiniiim-
Tliis Fine Townsite, at the Fresh-Water
Junction of tlio
Southern Railw'y
 WITH TIll*-
i:j .llilcn Above WrslmhHl«r»
Una just been Surveyed, nnd Uio L-jts
nro for salo liy
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Of Nbw Wk-jtshsstkii, 11. C.
Tho ndvnntnj'es ami prospecU of this
Vint for "a future thriving Town arc
many.
The Land in the vicinity is good,
There nro inexhaustible IRON ORE
DEPOSITS, of n superior quiillty, Immediately adjacent, iw woll ns vast strata of
tho finest BUILDING SAND and POTTERY CLAY.
On tho Townsito are n number of valuable MINERAL SPRINGS,
Communication by lnnd nnd water is
unequalled, by reason of the location of
the Townsito on tlio Fraser River and
tho Southern Railway, while tho natural
elevation nnd Iny of tho land can not be
excelled as a situation for a lino town.
The ground ia open nnd clear of heavy
timber.
The sito hns been selected as ono of
tlio most important stations on tbo
Southern Railway, nnd wltb tho completion of the rond, in tho near future,
must, with nit its othor atlvantagos,
spring into prominence nt onco.
Thoso who apply early will havo tho
pick ot tho Lots,
A oloar title given with every purchase,
Parties wishing Lois can apply as well,
ou the prelum!-!, to
HENRY KELLS,
ilmyOto l'ltoruiCTOR.
W.O. LOYE,
Repairing Neatly Done.   Cork Sole
Work a Specialty.
worriers promptly attended to.
Clarkson St., In rear of Colonial Hotel, next to Rand Bros.' offlce.  dnolto
E*ASaiONABI-El
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(Lath oi* England)
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTKR.
•9-SatIsfaction guaranteed.     dwfuTIa
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOXJGALL
COLUMBIA   STIIEET,
New Westminster, B, C.
-ar Satlfl'aotlon simmuteod:     iinpist'-
sisroaaoB-
NOTICE lft HEREBY OIVEN THAT
wc havo applied lo the MinlMerof
tho Interior for a Uuouso to cut and carry
away Umber on and from thofollnwln-.'
Inn-fr-i-Tho N.W. nunrlor of Section 127
twi'lily-suvcn, thowest balfof Section [iB
thirty-three, In Township (21 two; am.
Heetlon pWl thirty, Hi Ulock [.j| live norlh,
Riniu'i'one west- all in New Westminster
} liOYAI. CITY PLANINO MILI-fiCO.
[Limited).
Por W. A. DUNCAN.
Now West., May 211,1880. dmy2.)inl
VANCOUVER CITY
FoundryiMachineWorks
THE IMIOI-RIETOIW OF THEME
works have much pleasure In notifying their friends nnd the public that thoy
are now prepared to receive and promptly
execute nny orders for work In their lino
with which thoy may bo favorod.
A. RIcKELVIE,
Mechanical Mannger.
Vancouver, B.C., 8tb May, 1888.
dwmyl2tc	
LiMisHis
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL    -
Fits Pieties
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
djo21to
THK TUOllOUOH-nRKD SIOKE-POGIS
JERSEY HULL,
"Governor L-Vioody"
Will stand for terviee this season nt Pelham Dnliv. New Westminster, where the
beautiful i:et of tuhi superb animal <tan bo
seen nml tnspeoledi
A few calves for pale.   Terms reasonable.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
H.vu-n I.hotii, Proprietor.
Manager. dmyJJtc
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANCrAOTURKHS   Oi'
T.N.GQiW!5&S!iE£'Hfl!)N
■VV -A. 23 "O.
-.VtXSTKWrt UtOVK (UP-STAIUS),
Front Stkeet,      New \Vbstm.is8Teb,
HAVING JUST orr.NEii IN THE
above line, we n .-ijiLi-tfnlly sollcita
Kliaro of tbo truth', im 1 I rust by caroful
iittentlou to order:-nm! ino i luloeliargos
lo merit tlio samo. Experienced work-
im-ii; siillsfiiellnn Riiarar-ieotl.
EHiimatc-fuinisIicdforiinlvnulzed Iron
Cornice, Hoollnn. rhini'unir, (ias-titling,
Steam and Hot Water Honimg,Jiv*\
B'lTEntntnco to proinl&ts on MnrySt.,
ln roar of Hank of B.O. dwtnlitlto
IP YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
[CIGAR. ASK FORTHE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
on™ MAINLAND.
JSTThoy are not only made of tliB
Choicest Toliacco but tliey nro of
Home Manufacture, and should be
patronized by all good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
l'tlLUKOOK 11IJILUINO,
COLUMBIA STIIEET,        NEWWESTMINSTER,
<!\vl7noly
l'IHIIIIJ     UIVIM
And PK0VISI0NS,
 ALSO	
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
ANO FURNISHINGS,
AT THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
LUXnilOlIM'S jJLQCIt,
I'liliimltla Sli'i-,'1,        .\t'.iv ^rcsllllllltlcr,
iiulthvly
North ISrlClsh and
Mei-cttntllc
FIRE
\\ WW ttt Bit
COMPANY.
ESTABl7sHED 1809.
omillnl,   ■"""sii,«oo,ooo.oo
OF  LONDON.
Capital,    -    S0,133,0OO.OO
HATES   AS    LOW   AH   ANY  OTHER
UO'II'ANIKI 110INH misINUSS
IN UlllTISIICOLUMIHA.
j. a-. TJLor_r_E_s
Agent for Now Wostmlnster Oity
and Dlstrlot, djc22to
Application for License."
Boa
OTIOE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT I
. intend to upply to tin* Licensing
lardut lis next meeting for a Ilcenso to
sell Intoxicating liuuors ln the premises
known as the "Telegraph Hotel," Fro-*
Btreet. ___ MARY HOGAN,
known as tho "Telegraph Hotel," Front
--.teet. MARY H03AN.
New West,, June 10,18811. djel0t2
MR T. It, DUNCAN WISHES TO IN-
form the Publio of New Westminster
that he Is now prepared to glvo lo-Rons ln
Khari-band in Ibe latest and best systems.
A complete course guaranteed In three
months.
Violin ulna tiiiichl. Tho teaching of
eliililn-n on ibis Instrument a spoolnlty,
Address, Drawer O, City, New Westminster, thipiuic
NOTICE T0CREDIT0RS,
In tbo Estate of Lobtus R, MoIknks,
Deceased.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
agalnht tbo estate of the lato Loltus
U. Mclnnes are hereby uotlllcd lhat unless tiielr ci ul ms aro furnished to tbo
Executor, .lames A. Uobiu-on, before the
expiration of threo months from tills
date the Executor will not be responsible
for tbelr pnyment,
Dutod tbls 8th Hay of June. 1880.
JAMES A, itOllINsON,
jtS dwl-wm:i New Wostminstor,
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
g a ;el a* si EC, * s
Temple of Music I
Ih the Pluce lo BuyPlrst-Olass
PIANOS a™ ORGANS
At*ueh Prices nnd Terms ns will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For pricea nnd terms, apply to CARTER'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC,
Vancouver. B. €,
2;i0 Hastings St. West. dnplOtc
SAAUH_JIM!
BRACKMAN **. KER.,
MANDFACTUllEnS  OP
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
EJ-T ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILLS lit North Snnnl-li.
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE: rirlnrlu.
dmhftlmS
f.LLHUll-»CL
330-332 COUD0TA BIRKUT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers and Healers In
MACHINERY
OV ALL nESORITIONB,
MARINE W0RK~A SPECIALTY.
dwdc20l(.
Gauadian Paoific Railway.
PACIFIC DIVISION.
Geii'l Superintendent's Office.
OWNERS AND MASTERS OF VES*
soli and otiier Craft navigating the
Fiiisir itiver are Cimlioiieil !o keep wllhln
tlie Ihtovs painted Red and Whttr-, re*
fijurli veiy, nt Ihe "illusion Bridge, as during lhe construction of the Bridge, navigation ln'hveen lhe banks of the' River
mid the Buoys Is djingerous,owlng to piles
being driven thore.
ii. Aimorr,
Ocneral Su perl u louden t.
Vancouver, B. 0.,7lli May, 1889.   dmj*81o
II" YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
J p-u-eniption or for rent of Mlningor
Ornsiiiig [.and, or huying Farm, Mining
or any bind from tho Dominion Government,
00 NOT PAY CASH
But pny in SOEC-XIE* and save a
largo discount.
Scrip can bo obtained In targe or small
quantities from
ALL0WAY & CHAMPION
WINNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
on rito-f
THK BASK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER
tlwinliStfl
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Ncarl)' opposite tlie Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VE6ETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam*
tiles, Rcstanrints, and Steamboats at tho
IAWKRT POSSIBLE PRICKS
PllOVIKOIAI, SECllETAKY'S OFFlCK,
3rd Juno, 1880.
WHEREAS tho Lieutenant-Governor
In Council Is empowered, under tho
'•public School Act," to create School Districts, tn addition to those alreody existing, and to define tho boundaries thereof,
and from time to timo to alter tbe i nun-
daries of existing Districts; It Is hereby
uotlllcd lhat His Honor hns been pleased
to create tho trnct of land enclosed within
tho under-incntloned boundaries a Hehool
District, under tbo tltlo of the "Otter
School District,''vl**.:—
Commencing nt the middle point of
llio southern boundary llneof Section 80,
Township 10, Now Westminster District:
thenoe duo north three nnd a half {$%)
miles lo thoccnlre of Seotion 7, Township
11; theneo duo oast two and a half (2%)
miles to the neutral pointof tbo western
boundary of Suction 10, Township 11;
thenee south one nnd a half \\\_\ miles lo
the south-east corner or Section 4; thence
east one and a half \\%\ miles to tlio middle pointof tho northern boundary lino of
Section 85, Township 10; thenco due south
tliroeiinil n hnlf L--J--1 miles trftho centre
of Section 14 of sara Township! tbence
west one and n half [1^] miles lo the
venire of the eastern boundary lino of
Section 10 of samo Township: thonco
north one and ii half [l%\ mll*s totho
north-cast corner of Sooifon 21; thonco
In a direct, lino west, two and a half [2^1
miles, lo the point of commencement.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
dJeBwl Provincial Socretnry.
To Ijet.
OFFIUES  IN   TIIE   AKMSTItONO
mock.   Apply lo
W. I. ABMSTUONO.
djeiotc Sheriff-.
TO RENT.
A PLEASANT KOOM FORTWOQEN*
tlemen. wiih or without Board, ln
private family.   Apply al third house up
the hill, left bund side of Douglas street.
(IJolOto
Business Notice.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
y( the partnership heretofore subsiding between Popplewell, Hembrough A
Borrie, of the WestminBter Pottery, was
dissolved by mutual consent on the 27th
day of May, 18S9.   Mr, John Por	
retltcs from tbe firm.   The bus!	
futuro will be conducted by Thomas Hembrough and Robert Borrie under tbe name
and style of Hembrough A Borrie.
All persons Indebted to tbo late Arm nre
to 	
New West., May 27,1880.
d-nyftlU
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
LEAVE OBDEI18  AND   8ETTI.E ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 ilmyaitc	
J. W. WINGER
DEALER IN
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notice nnd at Reasonable Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Stock.
Orders loft at the C. P. N. "Wharf will be
promptly delivered. dmh20tc
WM. H. VIANEN.
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
t_T Highest Frice paid for Furs and
Deer Hides.
Correspondence Invite,!. ASLTeleplione
Cull So, IS. djn8to
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot of Douglas street, Near
Columbia Street.
J. Fi;U<U SON,  PROPRIETOR
T.-UtESIl   BREAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
Jj   Confectionery, etc., etc*
Hotel and Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders .promptly nttended to and
delivered to any partof Ihe city.    •-'-■*"--
B. C. Monumental Works
Cot. Columbia and Cmukoh Sic.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
IbnuuBti, Headstones, Tablets, Etc,
Iu Marble pr Granite of Best Quality.
CORNER     POSTS     AND    CURBING.
N. B.—Just received—the finest assort*
ment or Scutch <.rin,,'e Hiiiiniiienls ever
seen n British Columbia, which will be
sold at prices putting competition out of
the iiuestinn.
dwmuaiyl AUX HAMILTON Prop.
TIME    CARD.
a. p. Mr. oo.
The Fine First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Lcnvo tho C. P. S. Co.'s Wliarf,
B-VBXfST
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AHD WAY PORTS.
Returning Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufficient Inducement offers she
will proceed lo HOPE nnd on such
occasions will leave her whnrf
at 4 a. in.
Conneeiingwitb tlio c. P.N. Co.'s Steamer
for Victoria.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T. I.. BRTGOS, Agent,
New Westminster. dap3tc
Time Table!
■vF_t_, THE STEAMER
&&M; ROBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER every Monday morning nt 7 o'clock for Nanaimo, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vancouvor.
Lonves Westminster every Wednesday
at.7 ft. m. for Nannimo direct, (onnectln**
wltb Island rnllway and Comox steamer.
Leaves Nanaimo for Vancouver on
Thursdays and Fridays and returns same
dnys.
Leaves Nanalmoon Saturday at7 a. m.
for Westminster direct.
For freight or passage apply on board,
or to T. L, Biiiaas, C. P. N. wharf.     dtc
VIOTOKIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOR SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, *o,
Rice Meal,
FOR CATTLE FEED.
dmh9tmS
Boots and Shoos!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
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.
"tS* 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 see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES  ROUSSEAU,
dwto ex Oolvu-aTsi-s, Stxaat.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LTODBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hud an Extensive Stook of
Dry floods, Groceries,  Boots st Shoes, Hats A Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, At.
-ncc-Bsr-s   -an  motrm-   mxrxvm.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME and  GENERAL STORES.
K. ■.—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission. -s-k.Ord.ra
from tb. Interior promptly attended to. dw'este
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
UP & IMSTMENT AKENCT, Li
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
"•     1
LAND,   )
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, - IS Serjeants Inn Fleet St. - LONDON, ENG.
The Butincn of ALLSOP te MASON has been merged In tha abov. Compuy
and will ba oarried on by the Compuy fnm this date sa a general Land InT-atmant
and Insurance Agen*y.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Uw Ratss. Tows Lots sad Farming
Lands for Sale on euy terms,
Viotoria aC.,MaylItb,18sT. dwJrtW
CASTORIA
for Infant* and Children.
'C-aasa-dali-aTidsriapMteSHIitMSjal
Ir-coioi*ieDdl(Mau-KM-ior-oaBy--r---Rip*ioa
tanrntome."     n a. Aa-ana, H.D,,
ill lo. OsSs-HK, *a-Mkb-a,». T.
XiUa Woraa, gina stMa, aad ana
WI-ESuj-slwa -sallswaaa,
Tu CaMTltm OOMPimr, 77 Murrar Str-ct, N. Y.
H.A.McRAE
Merchant lallor
BEAUTIFUL RANGE OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped ud Cheek
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER.
On>. Oolonial Hotil
Colombia St.,   .  New Wisr-nssim,
dwmhSBto
Mainland Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RMS
At Special Low Ratei.
Dnjiag ud AH Sindi of Tnaiag
Dona at Shortest Notice.
■nr Car-sweat delivered to any part 01
the City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention. .    „ „ _. -
aarStablas nearly opposite O, P. B. Depot, Columbln St., NewWestminster.
djaiitc      QILLEY BROS. mon.
Feed, Livery a Sale
STABLES.
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
g:
-PBOFBIIIO-S.
OOD DRIVING-* RIWNG HORSES
_.- for Hire. Hack, call at all Steamer,
and Trains. Speoial attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hud.
Order, may be lett at the Office ol Mather. A MlllIaan.OommiMlon Merchants,
Frontllwst^ewWasl.
Slnli
n^roiiTca.
OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
. I bave applied to the Honourable
_lnl.ter ol tbe Interior for alteense to rat
timber on the following described Do-nit*.
lon luds in New Westmln-ter Diitrict,
British Columbia, aooording to tha Provincial Government survey:
South-east y. Section 2S, south-n-t Ji
Section B, nortb halt aid -onth-WMt!i
Section :,, In Town-nip ae, and Section.
mnt*"*Ha_Ur\. EDMONDS.
New Weat, 7th Mareb, im.       djesml
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
I Ou> Bnoan Dr. ud 16 Pail Mau,
LONDON.
INBTITTTTEP 1808.
rlR INSTJRINO HOUSES tt OTHEB
Building., Goods, Wans, Merchu-
disc, Muufaoturing and Farming Stook,
Ships In Port, Harbor or Dock, ud ths
Cargo*, of wch Vessels j also, Shin, building ud repairing, Barge, ud other Vas
sets on navigable livers and eanala, anal
Ooods on board snch Vestals, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland ud ln Foreign
Countries,
FIOM 10BS 01 HUH II nu.
Subscribed ud Invsatad Capital,
£1.600.000 BTG.
Rates ot Pramlnm ud every intonna.
Hob ou ba obtained on application to
W, J. 1IISTI0R8,
Agent for Nsw Wselsalattei,
To Su hm, bl.,
BT WAT OF THE
'8
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
WIOIOCI-JNHME^A^TiWIfflR
iwfiitay-f u. Su fnuM.
HVIf    II mWrnt-mtM-ftmrn    *■*■*•    **r*rT*sl     9V*s1*Mut****VI
CtlUI0*aitrSMlTlJ*_Ttll PMtrlOOIMT
r-uLLMM ■unvr auniwm
TOURIST SLEEPINa CARS
For Accommodation of SMosd-Olaa, Pas-
•enter,, attached to Expraas Trains.
A Aid..
' 1
Fare from Portlud to Saerauanto and
8.0 F-auelMO-Dnllmltad, PS: First*
clam (Limltad), Wi Stoond-alasa (Ll*
THHOUok'TICKETS to .llpoInU South
and Eaat, via Calltornla.
TICKET OFFIOini
citv Onto, No. IM Cor.
Street.;
Depot Omen, Oor. F A Front
Portlud,	
R.KOKHLBR,      hi
"SB V***?
gaUg British Cdtfm-bian
Tursdar Evening, June II, 188!).
AOVERTISIHC RA1I8 FOR TKE DAILY,
Trannl*>nlA,lTcrllHMHf!titia—First Insertion, 10eta. ner lino fiillit nonpareil; (mull
miliHt'ijiiPnl, ooiisi-(!iitlv-.-ii).sorlloiil.'lrK per
line. AilvrrthcnioiiKi tint tiisertcil every
dny—first Insertion, lo eta. pei* line; souse-
qui'iit ItisertioUH, 5 els. perllnc.
■•iiuiillii-! Advi'rllseiiiealH.-PicfeNSion-
nl orHusluess Cards—$2 per month. Kpc*
(•till rntcfi (or g-meriil trade* inlveittslng,
tn'i'iirdlnu lo spiK-ij oct'tipiod nnd duration
uf ci unmet,
I mil lon Snlcs, when displayed, charged
35 i*er oent, less than transient, adyts, If
i-.-ii.i. chared nt reuular Iranslent rates.
-'>f.lal Noll**--** uiiiong roading waller,
'2u o.t, per line curb liincrlliiii. Bpeolals
hmerteu by '"-1 mouth '■•■ reduced ratea.
('iritis, .Vnii i-iiit-f-s and L't'Uths.Sl for oach
l.i-fi'llun; Kiitii'i-al Nollces In uoniiectlou
uiiii iioiitlta.fiOcifl. eiioh Insertion.
WEEKlV AUVEBTl-HHC RATES.
Trnn*.b*iit .lilvi'riUfiin'iits.-FlrsUnsci-
Mnii, iii ■■;-.. ]>er tin*' solid nonpareil; sub-
tt-*qiicni Insei-Uotts. *i cts. per line.
i-i'-in-JIntt .Idvcrlhi infills.—l'loft'.ssloti-
itl or Ihisiiies!- runl--Sl..riil per month.
Kpi-ii-ti rati*-fm-yiipnil tnideadvurtisUi-*.
Hpe-'l.,l Sollies, Hirih-i, Mim-layes and
Deal li*-, satii'! rules as Dally.
Onr Member.
Evory day tho oil coring news anivua
thnt out- respected member, Mr. D.
CliiBliolm, is rapidly regaining his
heal tli and strength. It in now announced that ho will leave for Banff
in a few days, nt which placo he will
•probably spend a couplo ot months boforo coming home. Mr. Van Horne
has, with great courtesy, placed a private cm- at. Mr. Ohiaholm'a disposal,
which will do away, to a great extent,
with the fatigue of the journey.
ANNUAL SCHOOL MEETING.
Annual Ite pari or the TruNlceH Submil-
I'-il.—An t'l.lliuslti-.ltt-- Patriotic, and
lut(-rc-st lug  I)it'-u-it(-iit gnpiicrton
School Board   HeUrc—I'roi'ccillhs-i of
lhe tlcMiHg-
(ins muatbuiill metal,and forlargecuta
an Mini rate will lit; oharged,
aWri'er-ums s<jikI!ii« In advert Isem on ts
Bhould ht- careful lo sl-ili* whetherthey
an1 lo appear I n Ihe Dal|y l-'.illlloti.or tho
Weekly, or both. A Illn-rnl reduction Is
mado when Inserted in both. Now! ver*
tiBoment Inserted for less than $1.
SUBSCRIBERS
Who do not receive llielr pn per i-eKulfttly,
from the Carriers or through  tlie Post
Otllce, will eon fern favor Ity reporting the
t-umu to lite offlco of publication at once.
MEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Farm Implements [or Side.. Ll TUornber
Annual Meeting T. J, Trapp
Grand Lodgo, A. F. k A. M...H. Brown
Notico \V. li. Skinner
Notico R.. 0. P. M; Co
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MAKK1RD.
RICH-GREEN.-On the 10th inat., nt All
ttntnts Church, Trenant, by the Hev. C.
Crouclicr, H. N. Rich, of Ladners' Landing, toLydla Mary (Mayl, third ilaugli-
ter of Chas. F. Green, Esq., of Green-
croft,-BiC.
The water in the river ia falling
slowly.
Strawberries and Cream at tho
"Club." *
A nice shower of raiu would be
greatly appreciated.
The salmon run lust night was a
littlo more satisfactory.
AU the fashionable iced beverages, at
tho "Hub," noxt the "Queen's."   *
Hay int; has commenced on Lnlu
Island, but only nu a small scale.
Mr. L. Thornber 13 advertising a lot
of farm implements for sale cheap.
Russell's Restaurant, opposite the
American Hotel, open day and
niglit. a9m3*
Tho demand for agricultural implements is far greater this year than
ever before.
The atr. Irving left for Chilliwack
this morning with 30 passengers and
40 Ioiib of freight.
200 lots on tho Thomu load, from
805 upwards at §10 per mouth.— W.
Roidt, Front street. *
, All Urn ruada leading to tho eily are
in a very dusty condition, particularly
in tlm vicinity of Sappfrton.
A communication from Mr. A. M,
Herring, pri tho theatre Hoenso question, wan crowded out to day.
Tlio meeting called for to-night, to
discuss the water worka' question,
promiaos to ba largely attended.
Real (Mate is more buoyant nnd a
number of largo transfers have boen
recorded within lho last few days.
The loading of thu ship Macduff is
proceeding briskly and it will be
roady for sen within tho time specified.
The bust club meeting has been
postponed till Friday night, when it is
hoped a large and enthusiastic meeting
will be held.
North Ann Road Lots, from $100;
Sapperton, §150; and Brownsville Aero
Lota nt §100, on easv terms, at W. J.
Walker & Co's.      " *
The str. Rithet arrived from Victoria at 11 o'clock laat night and left
thia morning with 30 tons of freight
nnd n number pf passengers.
Gents' Balhriggnn and Natural Wool
Underclothing; Summer Coata nnd
Vents. Just tho things for the hot
wcatlier-at .1. E. Phillips.        3i*
Look out for the gieat sale of lots in
the town of Seattle, at tho Mission
Bridge, on Juno loth next. For particulars, apply to Wm. Reittt.        *
Dr. FiiKut's communication in another column io well worthy of consid*
eintiuii by everyone who is interested
in his own ns well as tho city's health.
Tho Royal City Planing Mill Co. is
kept busy running niglit and day fr-
keep up with the luge numbor of orders which are continually coming in,
Tho subscription committee for thu
Vancouver Dominion Day celebration
is experiencing s .'ine difficulty iu raising tho amount nt funds required to
meet ihe Bxpen&es of tho occasion.
A street car, cr-aaing tho railway,
on Erio avonuo, Niagara, was run into
by some con] cars and wrecked. Mra.
Thompson, if Druuimondville, and
Mias Pottle wero severely injured.
The government sale of 1120 acres
of farming laud on Lnlu Island, by J.
P. Davies & Co., auctioneers of Victoria, will be held in this city tn-mor-
tow, beginning at 12 o'clock noon. A
good chance for inventing.
Yoatenlny we re-published tho
liquor license by-law, for tlio reason
that some mistakes and omissions occurred in the tl ret publication, Thoso
interested will nolo that yesterday's
publication of tho by-law   is  correct.
Tho sisters or Su. Ann's Convent will
hold their bazaar iu this city at tho
drill shed, an the 25thj 20th und 27lh
inat. Several Indies who huvo i nape uted the goode intended for sale aay
"tliey nfe* charming"—"superb"—
•'delicious.'' A3 usual, lho collection
wilt b i ii grand ntlraptfOi* to nil our
citizens.
Lots iu tho town of Sumas, Whatcom
comity, nn tho boundary lino, at tho
junction of the Canpditui Pacific and
Seattle Like Slioro & Ea3';crn Rail
roads, are now mi tho market at bed-
rook prics, nnd aro selling fast.- Buy
quick before tho clioico lota are all
secured. — RiciuiuvS, Haywood it
Mackintosh. *tc
Wo nr« indebted to Uov. E. Robson,
Vanoouver, fur tho following item :
llev. W, D.: -Iflienor, appointed by
the MflthofliBf' conference to the
Langley mission, Will arrive iu nbout
throe week's'and outer upon his work.
Mr. Misener comes from St. Catherines,
Ont. His future .field .will extend
from Upper Sumas to Kensington
Prairio, including Langley, Clover
Valley, Alder Grove, nud Mount
Lehman, j -
The LncroHSC (iub.
A general meeting uf the lacrosse
club will bo hold tomorrow night in
the office of Richards, Haywood &
Mackintosh, when business of importance will bo discussed. If tho Westminster club is to become permanent
it will be necessary fur every lacroBSo
player and every lover of tho game to
be present at the meeting and enroll
on the list of members. Westminster
hus lots of tho right material to mako
a strong team, and all that is ueces*
sary to make the club a success is a
good general support.
siiiniii.Mieii In llii-.ii-.
Mr. P. McTiernun, Indian agent received a telegram from Chilliwack tins
morning, asking him togo up there
without a moments delay. As tho
message was received too late for today's bunt, he will go up to-morrow,
Mr. McTieman ia frequently sum-
muiicd in hut haste tu various parts uf
the country by the Indians, to settle
trivial matters which might easily
await n more convenient timo. The
present summons la not likely to mean
anything serious. A dispute over a
spring calf, or tho allotment of a wifo
tu some spruce yonng Siwash, probably
requires arbitration.
A Howling Storm,
Although the weather wna calm nnd
beautiful at Westminster on Sunday
aud Monday, yet n heavy gale wus
racing on tho gulf on theae days. Ttie
failure of the str. Rithet tu put in un
appearance yesterday morning was a
surpriso to nil, nnd many felt anxious
for hev safety, thinking she hud met
with an accident, but not supposing
she hud been delayed by stress of
weather. It now appears [hat she lay
in Plumper-* Pass till the duy and only
ventured out when tho wind and sea
had moderated. The Sound Bt camera
running (,u Viotorii) worn also delayed
from the samo cause, Tliu peculiarly
sheltered position of Westminster is
such lhat n storm may bo libwling in
wild fury pn llie gulf, and yet not be
perceptible ut this short distance inland.
—_—«, —t*—*	
Animal  (.'omimiulc'illmi.
Tho 18th annual communication nf
the moat worshipful Grand Lodge of
British C'olutnbu, Ancient, Freo and
Accepted Masons, will be held at Victoria un Juno 22nd. This meeting
will be one of the most important in
the history of the order in tliis provinco. The nttondunco will probably
bu larger than at any previous meeting. Westminster will furnish 10
delegates, Vancouver 14 and Kani*
loops 0. Victoria and Nanaimo being convenient tu the mooting, will
Bend almost every member entitled tu
a voto in the Grand Lodge. Arrangements have beon made with the C. P.
N. Co., for rates ut oue first class faro
for tho round trip from Westminster
or Vancouver for masons, their wives
and family. Tickets will be good from
tho 21st to the 26th inclusive.
Al  ICCHl a
Tho remains of tho lato Hon. Mr.
Justico Gray were' sorrowfully con-
rigucd to thoir last resting place in
Ross B.iy cemetery yesterday afternoon. Leaving the family residence,
corner of Fort and Moss streets, at
2:30 o'clock, the funeral cortejzo proceeded to Christ Church Cathedral,
where n very largo number of citizens
had assembled to pay thoir last tribute
of reapoct to tho memory of a kind
and noble minded man, an upright
judge and n patriotic citizen-
Tho coffin which enclosed the body
of tho dead was a plain black--a metal,
cloth-covered caskot, with heavy silver
trimmings. A profusion of beautiful
flowers, amoni! which tho whito roso
predominated, covered tho casket;
while crosses, wreaths nnd other floral
tributes, many of them of great beauty
and very appropriate design, testified
to tho high esteem in which the deceased was held by nil who know him.
Among those preaeut at the Cathedral
were the members of the Dominion
nnd provincial parliaments, the provincial cabinet, members of the bench
and bar of British Columbia, public
officials, members of the board of irule
and merchants of tho city, Tlio following were tlio pallbearers: Sir
Leonard Tilley, lieut. -governor uf New
Brunswick; Sir M. B. Begbio, 0. J.,
Mr. Justice Crease, Hon. John Rob-
soii, Hon, A. N. Richards, Q, 0., Mr.
Speaker Pooley, Hon. P. O'Reilly, E.
C. Baker, M. P., Dr. Wm. Bayard,
11. E. Jackson, Robert Ward and W,
0, Wm\.-Sunday'3 Colomst.
FROMWCTORlAi
t ticu Ah llni-iif*-. I lie .Hnrdci'iT of I he Mil*
iir-jc Worn no, ffnlclilcd Lost Evening fie
Hi   Cell.
Ppoclal lo the Columbian.
Viutouia, Juno 11.—Tho greatest
treat iho Victoria people ever had was
Mudjesku's rendition uf Slmkiispcurc'-i,
"As you liko it," at tho Viotoria theatre last night. To-night she will
givo "Mnry Stuart."
Cheu Ah Heung, the condemned
Chineso murderer, committed suicide
lust evening in his cell. Ho wus to
have heen linnstcd July 10th. lie cut
hin undershirt into strips knotted them
together thus making a rope with
which he took hia own life.
Thewarshipsnrohavingguii practice
in the straits. Last ovening thoy anchored off Beacon Hill and gavo n lino
exhibition with the electric lights.
Sella circus will be horo about the
latter .pnrt of tho month.
Police court.
Dr. Child's Pilo Oinfcmbnfc instantly relieves and permanently cures Piles, Pruritus and nil hot! nnd itching sores nnd
eruptions. N. W. agents, D. S- Curtis
A Co. *'   . dmy28yl
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
[Boforo Capt. Pittendrigh, J. P.]
Michael Hopkins wns picked up on
Columbia street iu u drunk nud incapable condition hy Constable Carty.
Ho pleaded guilty nnd was lined 82.50
and costs.
Charloy, a vagrant Chinaman,
charged with being a luuao  and   idle
fierauii with no visible means of enrn*.
ng a livelihood, wns sentenced to six
mouths in gnol with hard labor.
W. E. Dickinson, chart-rod with removing soil from Douglas street, contrary to law, pleaded guilty and wns
fined f6 and cost*.
Tho annual mooting of tho householders and freeholders of this city
took place yesterday at 11a. m., according to law.
Mayor Hendry, as chairman of the
board of trustees, presided.
Thu minutes of thu last annual
meeting having been read, it was
moved by Rev. Mr. J amieson,
seconded by Mr. E. S. Scoullar, that
such ef the matter rend as formed no
part of the action taken ou the report
of laat year, nor aroso from anything
contained in that report, but was irregular in every sense bo expunged
from tho record. Carried unanimously.
Tho minutes having been thus
amended, it was moved by Rev, Mr.
Jamieson, seconded by Mr. M. Sinclair, that they bo adopted.
Tho annual report of the board was
then read, as follows:
The trustees of tho high and public
schools of Now Westminster City
School District, in introducing tho annual report required by law, desire to
note tho great material progress observable within tho city limits. Our
citizons appear to realize mure and
more tho veiy favorable situation of
tho place; thoy aro proud of tho historical name given it, and they carry
with thom grateful recollections of the
departed Major-General Richard Clement Moody, R. E., of most honorable career, whoso brief memoir found
on page 453, volume xc, of tho "Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution
of Civil Engineers" should bo carefully
studied by our young men. While it
may be difficult to be carried back 30
years, and imagine Iho enthusiasm of
tho man as ho planned tho city nnd
laid out its streets and squares for future generations, it ia now comparatively easy to ascend our gentle slopes and
travorso our expansive tablo land, to
"drink deep" of our enchanting views
iu all directions. On tho north looms
up n serrated rango of snow-capped
mountains intersected at short intervals by narrow gorj/es leading back lo
crystal lakes from which How large
streams puro and perennial, the nearest and best of which, through the
energy and enterprise uf our city
council nnd citizens ii destined to How
through uiir street1. Ou tho oast
itaiida Mount Baker, fur renowned,
clad with a mantle of colcBtiul purity,
reiuly to receive lhe sun's early rays to
bo again reflected over the adjacent
plains. At our foot Hows the majestic
Fruser, dividing itself and encircling
islands ut marvellous fertility before
discharging into'the neighb ling sea;
and when the mind bus been thus
satisfied it is no less pleasing to bohold
our many risttig cottages, villas, houses
of worship, halls of benevolent societies, business houses and innnufuctur-
ing establishments, whero a few years
ago tho prnnovul forest stood in stillness. Not* is it a matter of li tie importune;; to boar iu mind that learning
and culture with all tholr concomitant
gifts usually flourish amid scoups of
physical variety, This is apparent as
wc study tlie history of Greece,
Switzerland, Eastern Germany ami
the British Isles. Scholars and poets
will find here a congenial home, but
wuuld pine and die ou the Brent plains.
Who could deny thut wc have here n
clow to the unvarying success of the
royal city student. A few days ngo
the wires conveyed tho pleasing news
to tho conferring of baccalaureate de-
qreos by ii most searching university
upon two of our boys, uf whom we
have many in the embryonic stato developing With astonishing rapidity.
Tho city is extending itself, and the
sphere of the board is enlarging accordingly. During the past month the
school and school proporty at Sapperton wero transferred to this buard.
Tho government has also mndo provision for the establishment and maintenance of a school at tho West sido.
The construction of an addition to tho
Central school, referred to in last
year's report, has been duly carried
out at a cost of over $2,400, and two
of tho rooms havo been supplied with
seats nnd desks of the most approved
make at a cost of about $300, while tho
halls and rooms in tho older portion of
the building hnvo been kalsomtned at
n cost of $35,
The High school has been removed
to tho central building whero it continues to perform its functions. It is
n matter of regret that the application
fur an assistant so urgently presfed
upon tho attention of the government
during tho past threo years haB not yet
been grunted. Now thut the city pays
for one-third of the teachers' salaries,
ostensibly to meet tho expenditure
upon the High school, ib is but reasonable to hare the benefit of thia payment.
Tho High school here is invariably
examined in nil the subjects taught by
two teachers in Victoria—-32 branches
iu n curriculum cuvering tho various
classes of a three years' courso, notwithstanding which the school has
been and is a credit to the city.
A beginning should bo made at an
early day in providing facilities for
scienco le-sons. With this object in
view application was made in March
last to tho Geological director, Ottawa,
through our representative, for a cabinet uf mineral specimens and it waa
gratifying to receive a reply stating
that tho application wns grunted nnd
further th.it 1.12 such specimens were
boing labelled to ba forwarded in duo
course. Tlio tluinks of the bonrd nre
duo tu Mr, Chisholm for his kind assistance in this matter.
The Central school grounds of Bix
acres, than which there is not a bettor
located block in lho city—-aro in fair
order; but tho shade trees set out
thereon nocd much attention that their
growth may be symmetrical and healthful. A space in front of tho school
has been slanted for the cmnfort and
convenience of tho pupils aud teachers.
Tho sanitary conditions of the establishment have boon mueh improved;
hut in the absence of a plentiful supply
of potablo water as woll as for flro protection purposes, matters will fco unsatisfactory. From a communication
of inquiry recoived from tho health
oflicer in October last, suspicions woro
not wanting as to the character of the
wator supply.
The teachers now employed are:
H. M. Stramberg, B. A., principal
High school; Miss E. Rogers, principal girls' school; W, C. Coatham, principal boys' school; Miss
E. A. Davidson, 1st ns--iotnnt girls;
G. M. Dackeril, 1st assistant boys;
Miss M. S. Homer, 2nd assistant girls,
Misn Nellie D.ickerill, 2nd do. buys;
Mis* Eineleno Bell, Sapperton; and it
is proper to ondorso tho following ex-
trn^t from the superintendent of education's report of his inspection nnd
examination in Docomber last. "Por-
mit mo to Bay that the genoral management and work of tho schools nro on
the whole very sutufactory. I must
add that the teachen nro faithful and
energetic In tho discharge of their
duties."
The rooms of tho 1st assistants in
both departments aro overcrowded,
and those of tho 2nd assistants aro well
filled. The board adopted the sugges-
tion of tho superintendent of education of the re-organization of all these
classes, so that tho pupils of tho 1st
and 2nd assistants, under tho principal of tho girl's department, shall consist entirely of girls, and in like manner as to the buys, under the principal
of the boys' department. This arrangement will necessitate a greater
number of el uses under these, touchers,
aud it bus been proposed to equalize
tho wurk by securing a 3rd assistant,
common to both departments, for the
younger children, whose numbers aro
largely increasing. The money has
been voted for thia assistant, but the
appointment of teacher will be deferred until the re-opening of tho schools,
It is, therefore, earnestly desirod that
tho school children should appear
punctually in August next, that the
arrangement may be carried out.
The trustees would again press upon
the attention of tho parents and guardians the duly 'is well as tho privilege
of vimting tho schools us frequently as
possible, aud particularly so on tho
occasions of tho closing examinations.
Tho children nre thus incited to do
well, and the teachers nro encouraged.
Tho duties uf teachers are very exhaustive of nervous ouergy and general
bodily strength; trifling misunderstandings creep up unawares botween
teachers nnd pupils—all of which are
dispelled as morning clouds through
mutual cordial relut ions botween teaoher
nnd parents. Happily during the past.
year thero wns scarcely  a  complaint.
With tho permission of the government the old school building has been
rented for one yesr, to 1st January,
1890, to Miss Lewis, a talented young
artist, who has opened a studio and
music room.
On account of the oxponso incurred
by Miss Lewis in fitting the place, tho
rent was fixed at the nominal figure of
$30 for the year.
In conclusion the trustees desiro to
stato that their proceedings during the
year huvo boen harmonious and pleas
ont, and furthor that they have boen
highly pleased with tho prompt replies
and general courtesy and consideration received from the educational depnrtment during the yenr, iu respect
of their many requesta und repented
demands.
While no promise has been given ns
yet, tho trustees entertain the hopo of
securing an appropriation for an ussis-
tunt in our High school, nt tho next
meeting uf tho house uf assembly.
Hereto arc appended statement of
tho usual expenditure on incidentnl
account and abstract of pupils' attendance, with comments.
All of which is respectfully submitted. John McKenzie,
Secretary.
On motion of Rov. Mr. Jamieson,
seconded by Dr. Brown, it was received and adopted, nnd u vote of
thanks to tho trustees und secretary
waa passed for tho very creditable report submitted.
Rov. Mr. Jamieson having referred
to the clauso of tho report read touching an nssstnnt for tho high school,
und having opened tho caso in a very
warm manner, moved that tho meeting
strongly urge upon tho board to press
tho application to tho government for
nn assistant, in view of tho fact that
tho city pays one-third of the salaries
of tho teachers. Seconded by Dr.
Brown, who pointed out thnt it was
impossible fur one master- to overtake
all tho branches of tho curriculum in
all tho classes.   Curried.
Mr. J. B. Kennedy, secretary of
the Sapperton board of trustees, sub-
miited to thn meeling a report of their
school, as their hoard had retired.
The report having boen read, it was
moved by Mr. Calbick, seconded by
Mr. Scoullar, that tho report be
adopted as a supplementary report.
Mr. Scoullar moved, seconded . hy
Mr. Sinclair, that a voto of thanks be
passed to tho retiring board of trustees, Sapperton.   Carried.
Tho mooting then adjourned.
PERSONAL.
W. II. Ladner, M. P. P., is in the
city.
A. P. Black, of Vancouver, paid tho
city a flying visit this morning.
H. B. Roycraft, chief of provincial
police, is a guest at the Quuen'a.
Mrs. Rout Harvey, uf Victorin, wns
in tho city to-dny, tho guest of Mrs
J. W. Harvey.
Henry Edmonds returned from Victoria Inat night whero ho has boon attending college. Ho will now commence the Btudy of law. Beforo leaving Victoria ho wont up fur the
entrance eximination beforo tlio
law society, and, wo aro glnd to
know, passed must successfully. The
many friends of Henry wish him a
brilliant future in his chosen profession.       	
SYRUP OF FIGS,"
Produced from the laxative und nutritious juice of California fig-i, combined
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to im most beneficial to tho
human system, nets gently on the kidneys, liver and bowels, effectually cleansing the .system, dispelling colds nnd
headaches, and curing habitual constipation.
— -*aj>	
President Van Horne and party loft
Winnipeg for tho west by tho regular
train ou Sunday.
N, W. 8. R., Annual Meeting
THK ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
of the shareholders of tho New Westminster Southern Railway Company will
bo held at their offices, New Westminster,
on Tuesday the 2nd day of July, 1889,'nta
o'clock p, in. T, J. TRAPP.
*■ Utd
(I Jo 11
Secretary,
Farm Implements for Sale,
FOR SALE OHEAP-A NUMBER, Ol-'
Fnrm Implements, consist! as of
Ploughs, Harrows, Randall Harrow,
Mower, ux-Yokes and Chains.
Also*3 Horses, one span good Work
Horses,   Application to bo made to
L. THORNBER,
Douglas Slreet.
New West., Jnne 10,1880. dwJollwS
A Pleasing Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows thn uso of Syrup of Figs, ih i'_
acts gently on tlie
Kidneys, Liver S3) Bowels
Effectually Cleansing tho System -when
Costive or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and permanently curing
HABITtTAI- OONSTIPATIOW.
-without -weakening or irritating the organs on which it nets.
For solo In. 7Do bottle--* liy nil Loading
Druggist**.
MAKUFAt-'t;ui;i> ONLY HT TUB
OAUrOEHIAHflSYBUPOO
._ Bu Humm, Cm.,
NOTICE.
QIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE I PRO*
P posfinpplying to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for perm ins lon
to purchnse a piece of land 2(1 eli-ilns wide
ana 80chains long In Sootlon 21, Township No. fi, New Wostminstor District,
being south of nnd ndjolnlng my fnrm on
Boundary Bay.contofniutxloO ncres, more
or leas. WM. B. SKINNER,
Per Wm II. Lahnhk,
Dated New Westminster,
Juno 11,1889. (ijcllm!!
NOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HERRBY GIVEN THAT
Jill days lift it dute we intend mnklug
application to the chief Commissioner-of
Lands nnd Works for n lease for limbering purposes of the following described
lands, situated In Siiywnivl District, Vancouver Island]
Commencing at a stake placed on the
west shore of n smnll Inko due soulliof
Lot 51, Say ward District, nbout one mile
from south ond of snld bike; thonco west
820 chains, llience soutlHOOchains, thenco
enst 900 chains, thence north 7JH) chains,
thonce west 820 ohalns, thenco south 210
chains, theneo oust (10 chains, moro or
less, to the above-mentioned lake, thenee
meandering nlotig shore of snld hike to
plaoe of commencement.,—containing about .'10,01)0 acres, more or less.
Royal City I'lanino Mills Co, Ld,
John Hendby, Manager.
Now Westminster, June 10,1889.
dlljelm
ja.. :e\
J&_.w  OME.
THE EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL COMMUNICATION of the M. W. Grand
Lodgo of British Columbia will be held In
tlie MASONIC TEMPLE, ill the CITY OF
VICTORIA, commencing on .SATURDAY, .lime ittuil, nt 2 o'eloult p, m,
A full attendance of members ami representatives Is earnestly roquestoil.
Arrangements hnvo boen mnile with
tho C. 1*. N. Co, for ono first-class fare for
round trip, from New Westminster ami
Vancouver to Viotorlannd return. Tickets gond fiom-1st. to''0lh insls., Inclusive,
for members of Iho Masonic fralenill-y,
their wives or other inombors of their
families accompanying them,
HENRY DROWN,
dOelltd Grand Sec.
W.J.ffALKER&CO.
HANK IlUir.DINHP,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
ITKI.Kl'HONK NO. ',''.]
14 ClARE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND,
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS ANO AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
Loutloii and Lrtaen-ihlre Fire and
llrlligli   ICmpIre  Life  Insurance
Companlcu.
New Weitminster Uulldlng Society.
Accountant's Offlce, Diocese of N.W.
Cily Auditor-*, 1H80, 18H7 and 1888.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
nnd other monetary transactions,
Havo several good investments on their
books, nnd all new comers will do well to
call boforo doing businoss elsewhere,
dwUdoly
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Application for License.
NOTICE lft HP'REDY QIVlCN THAT
I Intend to apply tn the Licensing
Hoard at Its next, moi-tlng for a renewal
of my License to sell splntou* liquors by
retail iiUlioHU-umlMi.n Esclniii'-efSalonii,
corner of Mnry and Front, slreels, Nuw
WcsimiiiKii'i*. J. M, DLAIK'IE.
New West., June 11, lSlSO, dlIJo2t
CALEDONIA & ST, AMJItKU'S
soi;lKTY.-Tho regular meetings of
Hits Association uro held on the hist Tuesday of each month,nt8o'clock p.m. All
Scotchmen nro Invited to intend. -John
Buie, See.
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JUST   RECEIVED,
Direct from Germany, by Express,
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In New Shades and Combinations.
Nothing Like Them Ever Shown in the City
before.  Call and See them.
Ogle, Gampbei
SUMMER COH
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
Ogle, Campbell £ Go's
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Next door bank of Montreal.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
2Z.BJ-.2__-2_   X2ST
Choice Family Groceries I
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTEB A SPECIALTY.
XjaTsratiox Herring's.,
Ivdacirerel, Salt Cod,
^Sk,rm.o-ar's TJnc. KCanas,
Ar-eno-ur's "CTnc. Bacon.
"Flo-ar. Bran. Snorts,
tTHIGHIWT PRICKS PAID FOB FAIIM PRODUCB,
BoMwijr 8ooullar-Arm»trong Blook, Columbia St.
LONDON HOUSE!
HOSIERY.
The finest assortment of
Ladies', Children's and Infants' English and German Hosiery direct from
the manufacturers.
Largest assortment of Ladies' Jerseys, English and German make, ever shown in
town. ,    ■
Jas. Ellard \ Co
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
UwoolMo
Jb'-. l*w Jr"</.^^ j^ JED .j
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician,
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WAHE, &&
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & Kyc-Cilnsscs In uted, rubber, silver arc -.-.nl
frame*!.   The finest Pebbles made, $4 ner pair; nil sights united.
Special -ittmition givon to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having learnt., tiio
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologcra hi England, and sltioo Llio-i
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a fow of the best firms on tho omit.*
nent of America, is a suffiolent guarantee oi good workmanship. Formerly manage!* lor nearly 8 years of tho well-known firm ot Surago & Lyman, Montreal.
iliiii'ffcrt Moderate,
Montreal, Dec, 1S87.—-Mr. P. Crake—Audw. Robertson, Esq., Chaivmm ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who did so
well for me ns yon did when in Montreal, and I nm sorry yon are not hero to-day."
ilwapiato
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
AQENTS B. LAURANCE'8 SPEOTAOLES.
Wholesale and Eetail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
RIES
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 & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
W. £ G. Wolfenden,
DIRECT IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN
hiq-h:-cijASS
DRY GOODS
 AHE	
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER it SHADWELL.
llWS-3**.

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