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Array OoTOfnmont Printing off'
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70LUME C
NEW  WESTMINSTEB, B. 0., WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1889.
NUMBER 103
PROFESSIONAL AHD BUSINESS CARDS.
fl". C. ATK1KSOH,
TJA711UBTER, SOLIUITOIl,40. OMoes-
D Mo-OhlO Bulldlngi NewwestmlnaUr,
B70. 'Iwlo
W. NOUMAN I1U1.E. a. V.,
TjABHISTER-AT-I,AW,t, INI) AGENT.
O   Monoy to Loiw. Olnoo-Olarksoii St.,
New Westminster, B 0. 	
COIIKUI LSI, HCCOI.L >• SBtt-it
BABHISTEI1S, SOLICITORS), olo.  Ofll-
oss-Mftsonio Buildings. Neiv West-
inmstor. nnd Vnncouver, IJ. C. d*vtc
'" A. 0. BBVDOHIli-JAClC, IH. A ,
VTOTAItY PUBLIC, CONVEY.', NCICli.
J\ Ac. Barrister oi His New IlrunswIOK
Hupreme Court. Offlco In llio Hninley
Uulldlni*, Columbia Ht., opposito llio Colonial Hotel, ili,|iBle
ffiSKNl B, OA VNOB, n.A„l.I..B.
i*,OI,D MEDAUBT of Ilift Unlvovtill) ol
\i Dublin. liAltltl.STKK-A'I' LAW ol
tlio Willi Court of Just i™, Irflnnil. 0111008,
Corner McKenzie & Cliirlisou li.. New
Westminster. ilwfelillo
O, VV. OBAST,
AltCHlTECT.   Olll-c-Ciirner Mmy and
Olnrlisou His., Weslmln.ler.   ifwlo
CLOW  A, JHAO-,1. 111'.,
A ItcniTECTi*.    Olllnu-Itiioin. E. over
A  Batik ot II. CC'oluinliliiHtri'il.Wust-
minster.- "to
WII.LIA.II II. KINO,
» BOHITEOT,SANITA11Y ENQINBEll,
A &o. Remove'! to Atntstronft-'s Block,
Columbia Htreot, Westminster —Itoom
No. 2,  dto
A. r. iiottox,
DOMINION A.„ PROVINCIAL LAND
HURVEYOR. Offlce! RoomD.Bank
or B. C. building, \>stmlnstor, B, C.	
W. Bll.'l.l.,
I AND SURVEYOR AKD REAL ES-
J TATE AUENT. Oflice - Cornor of
Mary ,t Clarkson His., New Westminster,
B. o,  divmlisto
(i. riTrnJiiHtmii,
REAL E8TATE BROKER nnd County
Court Agent. Commissioner, Notary
rublli'.&e. Rents collected. Olllcu—McKenzie Street, New Westminster, B. 0.
T. J, TIIAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
All oommlsslons wilt receive prompt
aud oareful attention. Best references
givon wbon required inh'2-to
TURNER, BKlflTOSl A. CO.,
MERCHANTS. Wliorf St., Vlcloiln.
Agents for Nortii British nml Mercantile Insurance Co. for Mainland. II.
C. Bkbton A Co., 0* Flnsbury Circus, London, rlO dlo
mm & PEARSON
ileal Estate Brokers and
Financial Agents.
AGENTS POR
Confederal I on Life Association of
Toronto.
Hoy Hi anil Lnnoashlre Fire, Insurance Companies.
»».Vatliable Lots for sale In llie City
and DlHtrl-'L of We-Hiulnster; nnd cholco
Lots iu llio City of Vanoouvor.
Persons wlshlnt* lo buy or w-ll city or
rural property should eoniiiiunii-ate wlih
us.
Ollloos: Hank of B.C. building, opposite
pnshilllce, Wttiiiiihisti-r-iitul lis---'InirsSi.,
.vanoouver. ilw-i-iliilc
RAND BROS."
>K*I. ESTATE IIKOKIQRB,
Conveyancers, Collectors,
And Insnranee Agents,
Offices nt
NEW WESTMINSTER! Corner
McKens-lo nnd Clnrhson Sts.
Vancouver; Cordova street.
LONDON, England.
BUILDINO LOTS for sale In nil sections
of Vancouver and New WeatmlnBter Cily.
FARM LANDS of supprlor quality for
wii- nt Ohllllwlinok, Tort Iiu mm ond,
'Lnngley, Matsqui, Human, Mud Bny.Lnd-
ner's Landing, Lulu Island, Nortii Arm
and Pitt Rlvor.
Maps and Plans exhibited nud tho f ull-
esL Information furnlsliedutnil ouruuif-ci-i
R
ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
Civil Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL estate,
FINANCIAL, SHIPPING & COMMISSION AGENTS
Fire, life A Marine Insurance.
Columbia St., • Orr. Colonial Hotei.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GIVE PERSONAL AND PROMPT Attention to all professional ordors nud
tender tliolr services to residents nnd nonresidents having Cily or Country Proper ly
to dispose of or desiring profitable Investment,
Our lists of eligible properties nro com-
fircheiiBive nnd constantly receiving nodi-
Ions, and our lavorublo eastern connections both In Canada und tbe Atlantic
States give us unusual facilities for bust-
Special attention will be pnld to the
purchase and Inspection of Lumber for
shipment to foreign porta. Tonnage chartered and general shipping business transacted.      dwiiplyl_
Macpherson & Thomson
Of Ontario und Marquetto, Mlcbigan,
liavo opened n
IN THE HOLBROOK BLOCK,
Columbia Street, -' doors Enst
of Telegraph Office.
Tboy tinvo n complete assortment of
ovcrytlilnu usually found In a tlrst-clnss
Uruir Sloro, comprising- pure and frcsli
DRUQS, OHEMIOAL8,
PATENT MEDICINES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
ENGLISH, FRENOH AND
AMERIOAN PERFUMES.
I'liyslcians' prescriptions carefully compounded day and niglit. te27dlm
FREE-HAND
Crayon, Water Color A Pastille Portraits
at 81. Fnnl Prices.
INSTRUCTION Q1VEN IN DRAWING
nnd Painting according tothe best European methods.
MISS LINNIE LEWIS.
Studio Cor. Royal Avenue A Mary St.
Orders for portraits taken ut D, Lyal A
Co.'s and at Studio. dapstlml
New Store.
THE UNDERSIGNED begs to notify
the Public that ho hus taken tho Store
NEXT TO THE OPT* HOTEL,
Columbia Street, where he will hoop n
oHhlco selection of PLANTS and FLAW-
EM [Including  CUT  FLO WE RSI   and
VBUITH and VECBTARLKI in their sen-
J son. Also, Imported Call remit Frails,
r  etc., etc,
P. LATHAM,
dapMUi Douglas Street Nursery.
Plants for Sale!
In ohi:at Vaiukty, Inoi.udinii,
GERANIUMS,, Double and Ringlet FU-
0HIAH, all new varlstlc-t hoheh,
Double rUTUNIAS, MOON-rtoWEKS;
a lino collection of DAHLIAS (named
varieties). ANNUALS, 2* cts. per do,.
Mined I1EDI1INO PLANTS, ,l.t_ por dos.
CUT FLOWERS for sale.
Order, led ot M. Hlnolnli-s (Central Grocery), will receive prompt attention.
dwap-jl P. UraAM.
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL &, SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of' tlie best makes; OoSS-CIlt & Hawl-Saws,
Ulirlicd Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary llenslls for Farmingl
Pulley Blocks, Snatcll Bloekj, Rope & Chain InsJlslsssi PltcB,
Tar A Ouklinil Tarred and Main Paper for Buildingl Paint. & Oils
in all colors; Liquid Paints in alltliulca; Floor PlllntS ready touse; Grind
Stones) Wall Paper ln ull designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating Oils; Traps of ull description*, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
ttr Special attention givon to Oram by mail.
T. J- T*H^.*P*P SO CO.,
dwjlySto Cou-miiia Stbkbt, Nku- Westminster.
G-E "■■ NT fi ■ M&.0LURB.
NFAV   WESTI-UNSTEB.
New Spring Goods I
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
-J. . S.   ILfl^KTSJODXT'is
MERCHANT    TAILOR,
Columbia Street, . • New Westminster.
GLOBE  HOUSE
R
MRS. WM. RAE
ESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THE ARRIVAL, from
England, of
T-sii taa ii*      -'- a pi© tm**, ra *saB
Incluilin'/thoLsl-stSivi'iin LAPIES' tUffilMl I and UN-
TRMMED HATS aid 'BONNETS and MILLINERY
GOODS of every description. Also—a fresh stock of HOYS'
and MEN'S FELT and STRAW HATS, SCARFS, SHIRTS,
URACES, &c, wliich arc specially worthy of attention ; all being,
offered at lowest possible prices.
dscosto Columbia St., Next Colonial Hotel.
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
Insurance and Financial
A.C3r:-asa\r*]S7jg3-.
-nui'i;aJi:c*S3is»
NEW WESTMINSTER, TMK^!
VANCOUVER,
CORNEA CORDOVA AND
ABBOTT STREETS.
—asid-
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG. .ot cannon st.
Farming Lands^Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property,
t
Lot lacing on Oolumbia and Front Sts.,
In central portion of tho oity; several
buildings bring goodrcnt-S'.".',000.00.
Lot 4, Block 7, near Lytton Square,
6(1x133 teet, fronting on Columbia and
Front Srt.-$n,000.00.
Comer Lot on Columbia St., 33x00 foet—
$4,000.00.
Also—Lot and Building with stock of
Goods, ono of tlio best business stands
iu tlio city."
ImprovedScsidential Property
lot IS, Block 13; two houses routed at
paying figures—$1,500.00. ^
Homo und Lot on Loruo St., near Col-
umbia-81250.00.
Lots 4, _ A 0, Block 10; good house,
garden, kc; ohoioe residence property
-95,280.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St.; fenced and
cleared-SI 1100.00.
House and Lot ou Columbia St.; oncol
the finest residences in the oity—97,-
000.00.
House and Lot on Royal Avenue, near
Douglas St.-«,000.00.
Houso and 3 Lots, corner Hoyal Avonue
und St. Patrick's St.; no bolter reel,
denoo site in the eity-?10,000,00.
1 acre, with 7 houses, near tlio Pork—
86,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Blook 28; corner lot on Agnes St.;
Ono residence site-81200.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avenue—3500.00 each.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Halifax Sts., near Clinton St.; line views
and well situated—1350.00, 9375.00,
5500.00.
Lot on Mclbourno St., near Clintoi' —
,$300.00.
I.nt n, Sub Block 10; fine residence lots-
,   jtiJOOl).
Ms on l'clham St., near Mary—$600.00
each.
Lot on Pelham St., near St. Andrew's:
lino site -8,100.00.
Lot on St. John's St., nesr Melbourne—
1350.00.
Lot ln St. Andrew's Stinore - 83O0.O0;
Lots in Bloek fronting on North Arn
road; finest chanco In tho market lo:
residence or speculation—9125.00 t,
HUM*-m-m~mm~—.,.
Lots In Subdiyiiion of Lot ll, sublllocl
12-tll0.00 to 3125.00.
Loti in Subdivision of Lot 17, snhBlock
1:1-9160.00 each.
Lots in Westminster Addition ut 910,00
to 950.00.
POWi
Absolutely Pure.
tSTUlB powder never varies. A marvel of
purlty.Hircniitli and wUolesomeneflB. More
oooiiomlcnl tban the ordl mry kJhrtB'and
eannot lie soM In ->o!ni>-!iillon willi Hie
multltniioof low te*-), Hlinrt weight alum
or pli'-si'liitto powden-, ft^d only In cmii.
RoYAi,BAKi?ia Fowsm Co., 106 Wall SL,
New Yorlt. Bfely
FOB  SALE.
1   DBliaGIST'S STOOK OP   Diuias,
A   Patent  Medicines  and Sundries.-
Xnplyto           HENRY V. HOMONII3.
dJalOto	
HOUSE TO BENT.
FUflNIKHKI) OB UNPURNISHBl), on
Coltunlila Sti-eer, corner of Morrlvale
Blreet,   rurtlcuIniHOii appllratlon lo
(Iiipl.'Hc .       A. J. MnCOIX.
TO BENT.
flUIK STORR FORMERLY OCCUPIED
|    by KnuUIrt A Co., in the Masonlo ami
0*11 Fellows1 lUo;:l:, New Wc-tiiiln.-ler.--
Applyto                         WM. McO   hi,
 dap2l,*t      	
TO RENT.
CANNERY AND '!
on Subdivision Lc
M.TERYalliiiilnl
.. .5 A II ul Lot 11,
itock9.  Applyto
TIENUY V, KDMONDS,
dnolto l.and Agent.
SECOND-HAND.
rVA TUBES. .'A IS. DIAMETKIt, 16'',
ID feet lone; and SMOKE STACK, Si)
feet long.  Apply to
EWK>r A CO.
Murch20,lS30. i'inli2llo
ts^i_i___t_ij__ .c:.^_g*
COUNTY COURT
'     Of New Wertuilniilrr.
THK NEXT SITTING OP THE ABOVE
Court tins hni-n postponed for onn
wi-plconi-cK'-mni of llio AKslzes. and will
l>0 held ou  1l:i, tin- Hill, liiHlcntl of May
let.
All perflnnn InUn'eafcd will take notice
and govern themselves a^uordlti-'ly.
W. H. PAI.D1NO.
Hei^Ntrarof Court.
New Went, April 12, lUsO.        dwapiatd
Oanadian Pacific
XtAIIiWA^-.
rpENDRRS ARE ASKED UP TO NOO>
I.   ou Monday llie (Ifli Dar or ainy next.
for tho
GRADING OF THE MISSION BRANCH
from tin.'South end of tho ISridgu aerons
the Froaer  Rlvor  to   tile Iittcniationtil
Boundary Line.
Specification a, Forms of Tender, and all
necessnry Information can be obtained Ht
the Enj-lnoer's otllce ;-.t. Mission, on aud
after the 20th liiBt,
The lowest or any tondcr will notne-
cesr-arily boaceeptetl.
H. ABHOTT,
CI-Micrnl Suucr)ntendent.
Vancouver,». C, April 22, isse. dnp2itd
TJ, 111 I BO.
Chemists & Druggists,
Queeh-.e !'!it;t Biocs    -    ItaiWesriiM-r-s
A CHOICE I.ISE OI''
Brushes,     Perfumes,
Combs,      SachetPowd'rs
Soaps,
TOILKT   ARTICLKS.
l-roacrlptioiis and Family Recipes cnro-
fiilly (lispenscil from pure DrugB.
KISht Hi 11 mimdnnrr. dapltfl
SO   CO.
Real  Esfat^t,
INSURANCE
—and—
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and l_m Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And tfansact all llusinosi relating to
Roal Estate,
—AGENTS FOR—
London Auarnnce Corporation.
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of
Hartford.
London and Uncaahlrt- Lite Assurance Co*
Canton Insurance Office, T.fl. (Marino)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New West'r,
41 Government St., Victoria
dwaeUyl
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
It is being urged on lliti Dominion
govii-nment to gratt a gratuity to
Miss Fraser, daughter of Simon
Frasor, who discovered the noble
river tlmt perpetuates his name.—
Mail,
Accounted For. — Stji-anger —
Wlm. a th,: matter with tliis townl
Everybody looks haggard and played
our. Had a plague herel Citizen
—No, The pigs in the clover puz-
■A-: fitruck the place last week.
London, says tm exchang-?, has
become rccogriized as tho great clearing house for all European thieve:
who operalo on a large scale. The
proceeds of any great robbery 00111-
uiittcd in Europe which il is intend-
od tn restore through nagotiattons
are iil'A-nvs r-ent tu be delivered in
London, und ther.- is us yet no legal
way to put a stop to thti traffic.
President Ucorgo Washington
had enough titles to furnish soveral
police magtstrntea with an outfit
each. Ho was made LL.D. by
Harvard in 1770, hy Yale in 1781,
by the University of Pennsylvania
and by Brown University in 1790.
In 1788, moreover, he was made
Chancellor of tho College of William
and Mary, which oilice ho held up
to the time of his death.—Ex, _,
STILL CELEBRATING.
It is said that one-fifth of the
land which is comprised in the agricultural districts of Italy is lying
uncultivated, while the remainder is
so badly cared for that tlie wheat
crop averages only twelve bushels to
the acre. One reason of this is the
drain upon the population for tho
purpose of keeping up a huge standing army. Another ii the extraordinary emigration 0l HTout years.
A resident of Mai tin's Ferry,
Ohio., had two small boys und ono
biV dog, a Newfoundland, their constant companion. The other day
the boys got to lighting, and tlie
smaller was getting the worst of it,
when the dog, which had been an
uneasy observer of the proceedings,
rushed between the lads, separated
them by main force, and then drag
nod the larger boy away, without
lini'Ung him in tlm least or showing
a par-id-* of ill tamper.
The estates of the late Sir Thomas
Gladstone, consisting of 40,000 acres
in Kincardineshire, pass in fee-
simple to his son, Sir John Gladstone. The estate is a magnificent
wooded country, and is overlooked
by Fasquc House, one of tho finest
cnstellnted mansions in Scotland.
Sir .John Gladstone, who is iu delicate health, is suffering considerably
from exposure to tho cold weather
at his father's funeral. He will
spend tho summer in Europe. Sir
John, like his late father, is an
uncompromising Tory.
' Ira Tripp, a millionnire coul
operator of Scran!on, Penn., was
told » few years ago by his 'physician
that he must either quit smoking or
die. As lie didn't w-mt IjO die hd
quit s-inoking. Ho loved'the odour
of tobacco, however, and still eiij r, ■ 1
it by frequenting the company 11
smokers. Uut as thoy did not always
smoke good tobacco ho finally adopted the plan of hiring a man tn smoko
constantly in his presence, Mr.
Tripp furnishing the cigars, which
of course aro of tho linest quality.
Thus far the man enjoys it, although
he sometimes feels thai he is a little
crowded.
About three o'clock yesterday
afternoon a little boy four years old
and a girl three years old deliberately ran away from home, says the
New York World of recent dato. A
reporter found them on the corner
of Thiiteenth street and Sixth
avenue, surrounded by a crowd of
sympathizing ladies. The littlo man
seemed to like being interviewed,
and told the reporter that he aud
'Mamie" loved eaoh other and had
rim away from home and would
never go back. He refused to toll
where he lived, The, reporter
oU'urcd to tako him home, whereupon
ho began to cry, being nbly seconded
by Mamie. A pound of candy
induced them to dry their tears, and
tho blushing reportor, followed by
tho crowd, proceeded to tho police
station with tho pair in his arms.
Just then Mamie's mother appeared,
aud tho youthful lovers were soon
hurried homeward.
A discovery of considerable
.'ivhu'ological interest has been made
upon thu Barton section of the
Manchester, Eng., ship canal. Recently, whilst tho excavators wero
at work in what is known as the
"Salt Eyn" cutting, the ataatu navvy
brought to light a prehistoric canoe.
Ib was embedded in tho sand, about
twenty-live feet below the* surface.
With some difficulty the canoe was
removed to a shed in the vioinity of
the engineer's office and examined.
It was found to consist of a portion
of an oak tree, roughly hewn and
fashioned. In length this relic is
13 feet 8 inohes from end to end,
with a width of 2 feet 6 inches.
Unfortunately the vessel sustained
some damage in tho ruthless grip of
the ."navvy," the bottom having
beon out through at tho bow end,
while a portion of one side ia broken
in But for this mishap the canoo
would have beSu '^covered practically intact.
The O.RnTaudiT ofHcoTwinnip***
woro to closed yeatwilay. Hereafter all
buiine'S will bo tritns.crred to Montreal.
New York Still Continue* the Celebration in Honor of WiwUiUff-
ton's First Inaugural ton.
Grand Procession of Allegorical
Cars, Representing Incidents
in American History.
The Military and Civic Procession
Brings m$ty T-hbusaml
Men into Line,
Tin-: (iai:.VE c'J'i.EimAiiOK.
Njsw-yuitk.Mayi. -ThegroatMovent
to-day, tho last iu tlio suia-s to ooni-
ineuiimito llio inauguration cf Washington', wns tho civic parade designed
to illustrate llio industrial progress of
iho country during thu century of
natioral life. From early moriiirig
crowds began to gather at all places
along tha line of march and by 3 a. m.
the sidowalks were fringed with a waiting throng. The stands, windows and
open spaces in front of the president's
reviewing stand, on Madison Square,
wero especially crowded. The parade
was under the management of General
Daniel Buttcrlield, as chief marshal.
Tlie streets leading oust and west from
5th to 59th streets were alive with
delegations from various organizations
which were to comprise tho procession,
so that whon the order lo start was
given each detachment foil iuto line
without delay or confusion. Tho president arrived at the reviewing stand
from Morton's houae shortly alter _) a.
m. Thu parado started from 57th st.
and 5th avenuo at &.2Q 0, in. tho column pissing down the avenue Mayor
Grant with representative delegates
from industrial and commercial societies and organizations of New York,
took the lead until tho reviewing stand
was reached. Reaching thu stand tho
mayor presented Harrison with an address amid great applause from the
multitude and the booming of 100 guns
salute. The city representatives then
took scats on the reviewing stand and
the column proueededdown lhe avenue.
First came a detachment of mounted
polico followed by a detail of police on
foot; next came gentlemen detailed by
the governors to represent their several
states; next were the chiefs of organizations of veteran regiment*; tho New
Vork militia and volunteers; separated
by drum cjrpa came 100 veteran regular soldiers and sailors and the 25th
regimont of New York volunteers;
veteran associations surround ing, ab
oa-. .1 i. the first tableau in tho parade,
representing the reading oftho declaration in' independence at the state
house yard, Philadelphia, by John
Nixen on July 8ih 1770. Tho next
division contained 400 students of Columbia college and SCO New York
students escorting a tablcauxof "Washington and his generals" which excited
enthusiastic plaudits; ono thousand
children from New York and Brooklyn
followed, escorting a tableaux if Washington crossing tho DolawaVo, .ind
"Lafayette guards guarding thq bib-
leaux, Wni-iiington's fai-i.vo'l to his
oilicora in 1781." Then camo knight
templars, knighti of Pythias. The
Lafayette conclave' Spuyten Dinyvel
cadets, Yankors continental guards.
The next tableau, representing tho
state of Virginia, wns csc-rtcd by tho
Phelps guard, the Washington cnnii-
nental guard nnl tlio Effceisloi- Li^hi
Infantry and sons 1 Voterans. Am ng
the many other I.' ! m i'.i tho p; v,u\:
wero the Bhip j"i-'.- with vcssi'- ou
truck-!'. li<.Y,l t li i .. plasterers,, pn i-
nnii:*-!-. ■< ii . marble < 1
]!-■ ,- ..-.I,-    n, curpelitere,
;c« i ;',', ': I ilh tiatjcii. -1 . .
li tidieraf(B) ni. 1 e~,cored by ! :.
. legati lis cf follow workmen. .\
division which attracted much attention wiu the military and civic organi*
s-atio-is of various nationalities. Their
tableauswero Cilumuus, Washington,
Italy and America. The German
societies numbered 35-030 men, led hy
Marshal Sobiefer. In passing tho reviewing stands various Ger'n-American
singing societies rendered popular
music:'1 ejections. In this division
was au allegorical tableau designed by
Keppler, of Pit k, and which pos-iessed
gi'cat artistic merit. Dozens of other
tableaux followed, nil m- ra or less
mnguiiicent. The Irish* American
leagues mustered fully 10,C30 strong,
under the leadership of General J.
O'Brien and General McMahon. They
attracted great enthusiasm. Tho
total number actually murchiiu; was
about S0,C00. The entliusiasm nil
along tho mute was, if possible, "renter thin yesterday.
1(1'NOV Kit.
San Fiusoimo, May 1.—Eugene
O. F. Hastings, a pioneer and a well
known lawyer, was run over by a cable
car hist niglit and died from his injuries this morning.
Ml &..I0B   ACC-El'TI'l*.
Sax Fbani-i'U'O, Mny 1.- -Advices
from Japan statu that there is-no
truth in the report that Judgo Beany,
of Oregon, the advisor of tho king of
Coroa, had rcceivod S-»0,0CJ from .Li
Hung Chang, tho Chineso viceroy, to
resign,
ON TH « WAll ?ATH.
Ti'CfioN, Ari:;., May 1.— Tho militia
authorities at San Carlos reservation
wore notified Inat night by Capt.
Whitehill, of SilverCity, Maw Mexico,
and George Stratton, supt, of tho Sun
Simon Cattle Co., that a largo band of
hostile Apache Indians had attacked
two miners near the headquarters of
the ranch, GO miles south of Sun Simon
station, on Southern Pacifio Railway,
and 125 miles east of Tucson. Thoy
killed a man named Cady and wounded another man. Culy was shot
through the leg. He was then placed
over a cooking stove and held thore
until death released him from sulfur*
ing. From the trail and number of
horses thero eooms to be a large number of Indians iu the band. They, took
all the provisions obtainable mid started toward Mexico, pursued by livo
Vanqueros. Capt. Whitolul. :a lhe
sheriff from Silver City and ii roliahlo.
He sayi the news ho bungs ia due.
Much uneasiness is felt nloog the Snn
Pedro owing to the general uneasiness
of tho Apacho Indians on tho reservation, who are very insolent.
NOT I'AKALVZKD.
Washington, Mny 1. -The repoit
that Blaino iapara'-v.al i' denied at
the stato department aud at tho Nor-
mandy Hotel wheui Blaine is staying.
I'll K EABI OF LONSDALE.
San Francisco, April 30.—The
Earl of Lonsdale, who arrived in this
city a few days ago from tho Arctic
regions, left last evening fur Winnipeg.
After picking up the guua and baggage
left by him at that point lio will proceed tu Ni-w York, whero h'o will be
joined by Lady Lonsdale, when they
will sail at onco fur England.
I'ABSENOI'It LIST,
Kan Fiuncih(JOj April 30.—Sailed,
I sir. Mexico Victoria.   Passengers :—
I Victoria, C. T. Martin, Mrs.  A.  Carrier, A. Xwiborn, F. L. Anderson and
I Rev. I.). W. Reid.
KAK I'ltANl.'I.'l'OTUUN OUT,
j San I'*hakci8PO, April 30. —Despite
j Llio iu ly weather San Francisco
1 tuv ni iuolf uut of doors at an early
hum thia morning to do homage to the
memory of tho country's first president. Towards 11 o'clock tho sun
beamed forth unobscured and tho ro-
innindeL'of the day gave evidence of
boing a porfect oue. When shortly
after tho hour mentioned the parade
commenced to move, tlio sidewalks
along the line of march, houBetofsand
all available points were packed with
people. The parade was one of the
finast ever witnessed lioto, nnd wns
made up of over ten thousand men.
The shipwrecked sailors uf the V. S.
str. Vandalia who returned from
Samoa, were in lino and wero heartily
cheered from one end of tho procession
to tho other. Another of the -features
was a number of covered wagons representing cmii*rants crossing plains,
prospectors, aud pnek trains, illustrative of tho advent of the gold seekers,
floats with miners at wurk and iu
camp. Governor Waterman and stuff
occupied "carriages.
Children Cryfor Pitcher1 iCastoria
IN THE BOX
SlH'iMK Assizes.
(Mr. Justice McCrelght Presiding.)
His lordship entered ttie court at
11 o'clock p. 111. and was received
with the usual honor.-.
The roll of petit jurors   was culled.
The following gentlemen, compris-
ilig the grand juiy were then culled:
W. F. Allen, W. H. Burr, Robert
Couth, Geo. R. Gordon, J. W. Horne,
H. O. Bull-Irving, John Kirkland,
H. A. Mellow, J. W. McFarland, Ii.
R, MoCraney, I. Oppenheimer, Adam
Parker, C. D. Rand, M. Sinclair,
Thos. Stephoneon, Fred. G. Strickland.
The grand jurors took their seals
and chose Mr. Oppenheimer foreman.
After the grand jurors were sworn his
lordship remarked that there were
only six cases at this assize and only
one that is of a veiy serious nature.
In the case of Chu Chu charged with
cutting und wounding one Ah Hun,
you will hnve no difficulty in finding a
true bill,
The next case is that of McNeill
charged with uttering forged note3.
Evidence will be produced to show
that thero was guilty knowledge on tho
part of tho accused. Tho bate of
Michat-1 Hanley for forging a 95 bank
note at Vancouver wns a i-imiJiir one
and called for serious consideration. We do not want forged notes
hero.
The next case is that of Sprouater
charged with larceny at Port Moody.
When you liavo disposed of thoso four
cases thoso of you who belong to Van*
couer can go home it' you wish, but
como back 011 tl.o morning train on
Friday to oeopidt r |be cases of Sulli-
■:    '.1 .::..,( .
tl.'nn adjourned for half
-. .' . .clock tho court ro*
....--. .11.: grand jury entered
■ 1 ■ n and presented a true
Wii .-u uf tho above named cases.
.... tor was then placed iu the
dock, llu pleaded guilty nnd was remanded for sentence.
Tho cne of Michael Hanley, charged with forgeiy was then called,
Mr. McColl (Corbould & McColl)
appeared for the prosecution and T.
C. Atkinson appeared for the defense.
Lewis Moris, propr.otorof the Gladstone iun. sworn: I got the bill produced from thOprisoner at the bur;
1 gave the bill to the chieRajf the Vancouver police; it was about 0 o'clock
in the evening when he paBsed the bill;
there was only one lighthuining; there
was another man with the prisoner;
thoy only remained 6 or (I minutes; I
do not recollect receiving a $5 bill the
dny before; tho bill hns changed very
much iu colour; I am satisfied that the
pusoiior is the man who passed off the
bill in i)iit!*-tiun; 1 never saw either of
these men before that time; I saw
prisoner 5 or 0 day" afterwards.
To a juror: It was a stout man with
whito beard who was with tho prisoner
at iny house.
W. Falding sworn: I received that
@5 hill from the clerk of tho polico
court at Vancouver; ho marked the
bill.
Mr-*. Franks sworn; I keep a stun; at
Vancouver}-, tho prisoner camo into
iny store ou tho 1-th of .March and
bought a pocket book; ho gavo mo the
bill produced; 1 showed tho bill to nty
husband; ho told me the bill was not
money; ho gavo it to tho chief of
police; it wa3 twilight when he came
into my store; he took the bill out ef
a big pocket book; tho bill was coloured a little; tho police brought tho accused to my store about 11 o'clock nt
night, in order that X might nftenviuda
be able to identify him.
Mr. McColl, in cross-examination,
produced a pocket book and asked witness if that was the book out of whioh
the accused took the bill in question,
to which she replied, (aIt is."
Zed Franks sworn; I received tho
bill produced from my wife; 1 gave it
to the chief of police about fifteen minutes afterwards; I am satisfied that tho
bill produo-id is the bill I gave tho
police.
The caso is still proceeding hb we go
ta press,	
Knur 111 nun Pnnllicr ftlUril,
Messrs. If. and C. Pike of Highland
distriot shot nnd killed a panther yes-
' tcrday morning which measured eight
foet iu lentrth. It is supposed that tho
animal destroyed about §400,.worth of
proporty during the year, having kill-
o.l <17 sheep in tho \-amity. The hun-
tors came upon him yoBterdny morn-
ing junt i-p In') was coming around to
look for )*is hrihi-fiist. He. was savago
und'StWck",Avi1.^"'Uyat the "dogs with
his paw. I . 'finally took to a Ireo,
whcvoJI. i.Y:d sent a bullet through
his brain —Tiiiifa,
Paruell Declares He Never Intended to Drive the Landlords ont
of Ireland.
Enthusiast Wins tho "Two Thousand Guineas" Prize at the Newmarket Races To-day.
Lord Dunravcn Dissatisfied its to
tho Conditions Imposed for tho
International Yacht Race.
TO-DIY'ft EVIDENCE,
London, May 1.—In special commission today Mr, Parnell reaumed
the witness stand snd his examination
in chief was completed. Sir Richard
Webster cross-examined the witness,
who denied that tho Clau Na Gael was a
tiiurdi 1 11 ciety, mid insisted that the
Irish World began to oppose him in
May 1882. Mr. Parnell. -in answer to
further questions of Sir Richard,- denied in moet positive terms that ho
ever desired to join a fenian organi-
za'ioii, ur thnt he wanted to drive
landlords out of Ireland. Bis object
waa to destroy landlordism, not expel
landlords. He had no idea of using
illegal means for this purposo.
ENTHUftlASl' WOK,
London, May l.~-Tho great Newmarket race fur two thousand guineas
was run today, nnd won by Enthusiast.
rmalley's cahle.
London, May 1.—Tho Queen has
abandoned the intended visit to Baron
Ferdinand Do Rothschild at Waddes-
don. It was unpopular because it was
thought sinco hat majesty so seldom
{■dob among hor subjects that others
than Baron Ferdinand hsd priorclaims.
I believo that tho Queen, who likes
the Rothschild's, had a strong desire
tu see Waddcsdon itself, which is in
one respect tho most remarkable place
in England. It is magnificent, quito
unlike any other great houso, and it is
a creation of ten years,
DDNRAVEN   DISSATISFIED.
London, May 1.—Lord Dunravcn
ia dissatisfied with the conditions for
the in ter national race. It is probable
that ho will not allow the Valkyrie to
compete if tho cup is to be held subject to tho full terms of the deed of
gift of 1887. The Valkyrie is ready
for launching.
EMIORATION FALLING OFF.   '
London, April SO.— Careful enquiries in official circles unfortunately
confirm the early fears respecting the
decrease in emigration this yesr. The
official statistics are not ytt published,
but I hnd that tho total general emigration for tho first four months of
this year from Livctpoul, which is Ihe
chief emigration port, decreased 17,-
086 souls compared with that of last
year. Canadian emigration declined
by 4,738, during the four months.
During April alone tho Allan line carried 1,520 leBs; the Dominion line 1,*
220 less and the Beaver lino 863 loss.
Tho condition of ndvnnccd bookings
seems to indicate that this decline will
continue during tho season. Canadian
circles would bo inclined lo take a
rather gloomy view uf tho situation
wero not the Northwest receiving such
excellent settlers frum Ontario, Que*
bee and the United States.
PARNELL'S  EVIDENCE.
London, April 30.- Before the com-
mission to-day Mr. Parnell Baid that
ho had never communicated with nor
mot Patrick Ford nor any Fenian convicts or exiles in America. He first
heard of the Clan Na Gael in America.
Ho had not left his interests in America in tho hands of lords and the Fenian?, hut in the hands of Dillon and
his party. Ho had urged boycotting
under certain conditions. He had
never countenanced intimidation. He
did not remember the circumstances
of his having an interview with Lo-
caron in 1881 although it might havo
occurred. Ho had never said thst he
believed that only forco would redeem
Ireland, but on the contrary he had
no doubt thnt by constitutional parliamentary action, the Irish leaders
would achieve success. He had never
suggested a revolution could be affected, nor had ho ever been asked to
authorise the payment of £20,000 to
remove government officials. He had
never sanctioned outraf-cs and know
of no payments having been made for
the commission of outrages. He had
not approved of Egnu's suggestion that
Earl Cowper, Messrs. Forater and
Burke, J ustices Lawson and May and
ethers should bo removed. Mr, Parnell continued that he could not have
approved such a suggestion, Egan
never having made it, He had never
heard of a proposition from any quarter tor removal, meaning the murder
of Cowpor, Forster or the others, and
did not know of the existence of an Invincible conspiracy until after his arrest in 1883, when ho was liberated
from Kilmainham on.parolo, that he
mii-ht attend the funeral of his nephew
in Pans, lie met there Justin McCarthy, Quinn and Byrne. He did
not know that Byrne had beent a
Fenian, tier did ho communicate with
Egan in nny way whilo in Paris. He
did not believe thut Egan had supplied
tho Invinciblos with money from the
funds of the league.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Furthor tidings have been received
of Reddon, tho fugitive chief of police
of Rat Portage. Constables are in
pursuit.
John C. McLeod, ono of the victims
of tho High Bluff tragedy, still lives
nnd was brought to Winnipeg last
night. He says his father struck him
twice on the head.
Tho Dominion steamer Sarnie
should have arrived at Halifax from
Portland on Saturday. She had taken
tho English mails and hss not yet
turned up, although other vessels got
in through the fog. There are loan
of disaster.
None of the remains taken from the
late <railway wreck nesr Hamilton
have been recognized as yet. Hundreds
of peoplo visited the 'morgue yesterday, but none of the killed were identified, The killed were all strangers
as no persons from Hamilton or its vicinity havo boon reported missing yet.
The trucks were open yesterday and
sll trains were running on time. It
ia thought a broken axle on the engine
caused the disaster.
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The Columbian has just completed a twelve-month cycle umlor its
present   management.   To-day   we
start   upon   tho second year.    Wo
don't intond to cast any reflections
upon any ono because this is so.   It
.   simply couldn't be helped.   A year
ago to-day Tuk Coi.i-mihax changed
hands, and   the  natural order  of
things  has brought about the lirst
anniversary of that comparatively
unimportant event.   The year itself
has not been au altogether uneventful one, either as regards this journal or its more immediate constituency.    We  cannot  truthfully say
that we have got double the circulation  of  all the oilier papers in the
province put together, or that as an
advertising medium The Columbian
cannot  be  excelled  north of San
Francisco, and our  modesty won't
even allow us to say that as a news-
per none of our cotemporaries in the
province oan touch us with a forty-
rod  pole.   We will just pause to
enunciate, however, tlmt during the
year we have, according to promise,
perceptibly enlarged both the daily
and weekly issues, and otherwise
improved, or endeavored to improve,
the general get-up of Tiif. Columbian.   Our  readers  must  be the
judges  as to whethor our efforts in
these  directions hare been worthy
of notice.   We might say, in pass
ing, that, if an increased circulation
and a more liberal use of the advertising  columns  are to be taken as
evidences  of  public  appreciation,
these most satisfactory and gratifying  testimonials aro not wanting,
and we take this opportunity of convoying our cordial thanks and best
wishes to our many readers and advertisers, old   and  new, who have
given the vory best proofs of  their
confidence and good-will, und have
thus co-operated most practically in
building up a paper which shall give
the  best   value to each individual
subscriber  and advertiser, and at
the same time constitute a creditable
and effective standing advertisement
for the city, district, and   province
in which   it is published.   In any
modern, wide-awake community, the
daily press, especially, should form
a pretty accurate index to the comparative  standing and progress of
such  community.   Most people, at
any rate, tacitly admit  and   form
their conclusions on the correctness
ot this rule, and are seldom led far
astray.   We believe it is not saying
too muoh, either for The Columbian
or its constituency, that, during the
year just ended, tho former has very
fairly registered and represented the
progress and comparative status of
the latter,   Our hope for the future
. is that   this natural and beneficent
relation may continue.   It pays for
a  community of any hopes, prospects, and ambitions thus to keep in
touch and daily communication with
its environment, the civilized world,
by means of a live and progressive
press.   Tut!  Columbian, we may
assure all concerned, so long as it is
under its present management, will
ever aim to be well up with, and if
possible, a little abreast of, the requirements and support of the community in which it lives, moves and
has its being.   This being our determination, nnd our faith in the city,
district  and   province  being  unbounded, we have every confidence
that the year upon which we enter
to-duy will   see  as  great, if  not
greater, enlargement  and improvement,   in    both   the  Daily  and
Weekly   Columbian  as the year
just ended.   As in the past, receiving  unything  like fair encouragement, we shall spare no reasonable
expense or pains to make thi. journal
of  the utmost value to our readers
and advertisers, us well as a faithful
and   independent advocate of  the
publio interests in all things, and a
credit in every respect to the community   which   gives  it  support,
Wherein we may fail (for ideals are
not always realised, and infallibility i. the prerogative of one) let
it not be set down to lack of good
intention and honest endeavor.
Vancouver's $125,000' loan by.
law is giving rise to considerable
discussion and difference of opinion
in tho "terminal city." Ttie iVews
oppose, the measure on the ground,
principally, that the time is not
ripe tor the loan, that proper estimates have, not been prepared, and
that in tke mar future a much
larger and better considered loan
will have to ba made, As a substitute for the present proposed loan
the iVemt advocate, a repetition of
the course adopted by the Vancouver council in 1887, viz., that a
temporary loan ihould be arranged
to enable the city to continue making Improvement, while the negotiation, for a permanent loan were In
proa-res-. The "--im draws com-
pariaons between the condition of
thing, at Vanoftuver in 1887 and
1889, a. follows: "In 1887 there
wort numerous improvement, which
it wu nee-unary ihould be made,
but, a. tho oouncil had not time to
eUlwrate a comprehensive plan, it
wu impossible to know tho exact
ram that would bo required for J
them. Consequently it was impossible to definitely fix the amount of
the permanent loan that it wu
desirable should be negotiated. In
1889 a large majority of the citizens
consider the condition of things
exactly similar to that prevailing in
1887. Referring more particularly
to the state of affairs existing two
years ago in Vancouver, the News
makes the following remarks, wliich
aro of somo interest to our readers,
in so far as they illustrate the working, or non-working, of the street
debentures scheme iu Vancouver:
Two years ago, says the News, "a
council was in power which,although
nominally the second elected under
the provisions of the city charter,
was, as regards the strict manner in
which tho municipal franchise was
exercised, practically the first regular council. Upon its accession to
oflice the now council found the
finances of the city in an unsatisfactory, not to say desperate, condition.
To allow of ordinary traffic being carried on it had been found necessary
to grade and plank numerous streets
and make other improvements. To
provide the funds requisite for this
expenditure various financial
schemes had been propounded and
street debentures, partaking of a
local character and forming a charge
only upon the particular portions of
the oity which had been benefitted
by the improvements, had been
issued. It was, however, no easy
matter to negotiate this class of
securities, and, indeed, impossible
except at a heavy discount from
their face, value." The nbove
remarks are incidental so far as the
News is concerned, but thore is
much appropriate truth in them
concerning the practical working of
street debentures. There are doubtless a good many surface advantages
in the scheme, but the drawbacks
are not a fow as un offset. Thero
can bo no question that, all things
considered, a comprehensive city
loan, properly apportioned to tho
different wards or sections, is the
preferable plan for raising money
for civic improvements, nob within
the means of the ordinary revenue,
both from an economic and administrative standpoint
NEW WESTMINSTER
Real Estate and Financial Agency
RICHARDS, HAYWOOD & MACKINTOSH,
Conveyancers & Notaries Public.
•P. O. 33=-**: 213.
Teloplioaio ITo. 61.
Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms easy.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
A-T^vt-^.-.,   ~.^    T     ^, it        •nr-sSfa'te.WE DO NOT SPECULATE OURSELVES, but give our cus-
IYI O N RY   TQ    L.OAN,      Et^*»*      tomers the benefit of oil our special bargains.
-OFFICES I
OOLONIAL HOTEL BUILDINO,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
233 CORDOVA 8T.
VANCOUVER.
51 YATE8 8T.
VICTORIA.
Tho Victoria papers are not
with the action of the
greater number of the B.C. members
at Ottawa in voting with the government, and sacrificing the capital
city's interests, when the question
was up to have a condition inserted
in the subsidy bill compelling Ihe
Chinese steamers to call at Victoria.
Mr. Mara, who, not content with a
silent vote, actually spoko against
the interpolation, comes in for an
extra belaboring, the Colonist even
going so far as to call him a "Benedict Arnold." As Mr. Mara was
not elected to represent Victoria,
but an inland constituency, it is
difficult to see wherein he has played
the traitor, except on the long exploded theory that Victoria is British Columbia. However, from a
Victorian point of view, we
do not wonder at the indignation of the patriotic Victoria pi ess.
The News, on the other hand, of
course pats Mr. Manvon the back
and calls him, in other words, a
scholar and a statesman of the first
water. One good thing that has
come out of the seeming evil—to
Victoria—is the more general recognition of the fact that wo want more
independence in our representatives
—as the Colonist, in a long homily on
"Independence in Parliament," puts
it, moro patriotism and less par
tizanship. We are glad to see "the
oldest paper," from whatever cause,
recognizing and preaching this truth,
"It's an ill wind that blows no
good."
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Queen's Hotel
COB- COLUMBIA & CLEMENT STS.,
"l*Te**w *T*""7"estmi:aster,, 33. O.
-"[-•HE QUEEN'S IS A FINE BRIOK HOTEL, FINISHED IN
Jl the best style and fitted with all modern conveniences, having
bath rooms and closets on every floor. It has lately been elegantly furnished throughout, and the appointments are complete in every way.
The cuisine, under the charge of a first-class white chef, is a specialty,
and the best of everything will always be found on the table.
The Queen's is intended to be a superior house in every respect, and
we hope, by caro ond attention to the comfort and wants of guests, to
win their appreciation.
Terms, SS.OO te $3.00 per "Day.
MILLER & CO., Proprietors.
[LIMITED.]
NOTICE IS 1IBREBY GIVEN THAT
tho tlilnl Orulrinry Genoral Mf-ellng
of lhe Now Went minster Ga- Company
[Limit*--!] will lit-held ut the Company's
Office, Gas Works, oil
Monday Ihe 61 li Day or Mny, 1889,
Atli-o'Hockn.in., for tho transaction of
the ordinary business of the Company.
NOTICE 18 ALSO~HEUEBY GIVEN
that the Transfer Boobs of the Company Will be cloned from the 80th of April
fo May (llh, both dates Inclusive.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
President.
DAVID MORRIS,
Bec-Trons. A Manager.
New Weal., April 25,1689.      dap28ld
EVENING
CONCERT!
ODDFELLOWS'HALL,
Friday. 3rd May.
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dnplfJlo
BUGGIES!    BUGGIES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A CARLOAD OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring alcLaughlan
na au es- g m w__
-"■— ALSO	
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
agST The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia."^!
d-vap-to    X-teid eto Oil-Trie,
EXAVrE LfcT© EQTT.--&-X*-.
Get Our Prices and See the Goods.   One Car of these Plows to
Arrive about the 20th inst.
F.G. Strickland & Co.
WEBSTER'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET, WESTMINSTER.
UwnoStc
BRITISH COLUMBIA MT MARKET,
Columblu Street, New Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURQH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
HEAT PURVEYORS IN GENERAL.    FRESH AND CORNED
HEATH ALWAYS ON IIAND.
taTS-Mclal Huts quoted (or tho shipping trade.   Family orders strictly attended
to.   Hotels will find It to thoir Interest to place their orders with the above firm,
<12snr>ly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICH EN BACH,
BUCCF4SS0119 TOtr.B. TOWNSEND
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
llaniK, Bacon, Sausage*. Bolognas, Etc*
dnolyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
TBI OoMWMArl FsiMTIIIO ESTABLIBHMIBT hu first-olsJi (mUMm for
.11 Und. of Commercial Printing.   Bill Heidi  letter Hail, OrcuUri,
Cards, Envelopes, Blink Forms of evory description, Potters, Dedsers,
Prist LUtS), Ac. Prion will bo found a. low as at any other ofl-w when
(Irst-clMS work le done.
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.
THI3 SPACE BELONGS TO
H. T. READ & CO.,
HARDWARE ME11CHANT8.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine Shop
' Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
HOBBBT T.Jk—7-,
2L--\2-TJ2r_-.OT-_TBBBB  OZ1
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY,
AGRICULTURAL & ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.        i
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.-—AU orders from tlio upper country promptly attended to.
dwnolmO
Chas. McDONOUGHj
Front Street, New Westminster.
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS Ml kinds of Woolen Goods
1'EADV-iH.tlH. CLOTHING.
j^- The only House on tlio Mainland whicli keeps the ? --iiu.
rnctiii-es of the Nctv Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize ! omq
Industry. dinh.. -tc
Douglas & Deighton,
IMiluTMNOS AHD WHIMS CF
HARNESS SADDLES and BRIDLES
SADDLEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Block, i
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, B. C.
SEND IN YOVB ORDEHS.   ALL \VOI!K OF TUB llKsT MATEUIAL ANO
WORKMANSHIP.   FIUOES LOW.
noldwly
ROYAL CITY
Planing lis Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MANOTAOTtmERH AND DBALERS IH
All KiDds of Boigb and Dressell Lnnlier
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES. NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
AHD _____ KXM--DS OF
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doom.   Frames.   Windows,
MouldlnvN. BaliiNters.
Blind*.. Brackets.
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND AU KIND8 OF TURNED WURK
nolMwIr i
JL nnnnm^^.___..^mBnm_mB^^^^^^
^^m
AN OLD-FASHIONED CALL.
Wbat These Visits Were lu New England
Forty Years Ago.
Nearly forty years ago, one Juno day-
soys a writer in tho New York Independent,
a white horse and a chaise were led to the
door of an old farm house, and the father
and mothor drovo away- leaving four ehildron (all girls) alone with Ann for the aft*
ernoon,
Now, this was something outside of the
ordinary state of things. Usually an aunt
was visiting there, or Miss Ward was sewing—somo one of whom the children stood
in awe. Thon Sallio, the second girl, ten
years old, was hardly ever left with tho
others. She was so full of misohiof that tho
older peoplo said: "If you will take her
away yo can manage the rest." But to-day
fothor and mother must go together, and
tho charges were given to Ada, for Ann
was too busy to bo disturbed.
Hardly was tho chaise out of sight when
Bailie's quick eye spied a well-known
horse and carriage coming up the Andover
road, and she hastened to give the alarm.
"There's the minister 1 He's coming
hero. 0, Ada, what shall wo do! - Lot's
run out to tho barn."
Now, in thoso days a oati from a minister
was a serious, solemn occurrence. Children especially dreaded it, for fear of the
questions ho might ask; and though they
all loved Parson Maynard, with his white
hair and mild, pleasant face, yet Ada felt
that Bho was called upon to pass through a
terrible ordeal.
But sho was very womanly, in spite of her
twelve years; and now sho said to her sis*
tors:
"Don't leavo me alone. Lot us all sit
down on the sofa and see how woll we can
behave."
" I ate thum fennel In meotln' last Thunday afternoon, and I'm Taid he'll 'member
it," said Ruth, who was four years and
would lisp.
" I saw him look right at me when I
pushed you, Clare," said Bailie; "but I'm
golngtohold my cat, anyway." And Bho
toolc up old Grim, wbo hod been drossed in
a doll's cloak and hood while enjoying her
aftor-dinner nap.
"Don't talk any more, girls. Don't you
soo ho's getting out? I'm going to put on
mother's half-handkerchief and white apron,
so as to look older."
And whilo the minister was tying his
horse Ada slipped into the other room, and
camo out dressed so much like a little old
woman that tho children burst out laughing.
Now Parson Maynard knocked, and Ada
whispered:
" All stand up when he comes In. Bailie,
do cover up that cat,"
"Howdo you do, my little girl!" And
tho old gentleman bowed as respectfully as
if it had been her mothor. "Aro your parents at home this afternoon?"
"No, sir. They have both gono to Low*
ell.  Won't you please como in I"
" Tes, I will stop a few minutes, as I may
not bo able to call again for some time."
Ho took a seat In tho arm-chair, his eyes
resting with nn amused expression upon the
quaint littlo ilgurc beforo him, who immediately seated herself at the head of the throo
othors, Sallio folded ber arms, Clare took
hold of Ruth's hand, and all four were as
motionless as statues.
" I believe you all attend meeting and
Sunday-school, do you not!"
"Yes, sir," said Ada.
" Do you remember the texts of last Sabbath?" ho asked.
"Yes, sir. It was Genesis, thirty-ninth
chapter and first verso, inthe forenoon, and
twelfth chapter and second verse, in the
aftornoon."
" Vory well, very well, indeed, my child.
And could you comprehend tho meaning of
oithor discourse?"
" Yes, sir, I understood about Joseph's
selling his brother—no, I mean the brethren
selling Joseph."
" And could your sister next tc|J mo what
her last Bunday-r _wi. lesson was about!"
" Yes, sir," said Bailie. "It was about
Noah. I remember It because when I got
homo, Marcus, one of our hired mon, let mo
get into the corn chest in the meat-room and
play I was in tho ark, and he said he'd bo a
whale on the outsido."
Poor Ado's faoe grew crimson, and sho
touched Sallio to keep still. -
"I trust it was not on Sunday afternoon,
my littlo girL I trust It was on Monday;
Sunday is not a day to play." Aud the minister looked so su-iously at Sallio that she
hung her hoad and wished sho hadn't told
him. Ho continued: "Could tho next toll
mo tho names of Noah's threo sons!"
"Yes, sir; Sham, Sam and Japan ("replied Clare, promptly.
Tlio corners of tho old man's mouth quivered a littlo, but ho did not smile.
"You mean Shorn, Ham and Japhoth.
That's right, N.w, can this youngest girl
toll mo who was the oldest man that ever
lived!"
"Yoth, thlr," said Ruth, trembling all
over, yet determined to tell all she knew.
" It ith old Mr. Betheo. He wathat meetin'
last Thunday.  I saw bim."
" Ob, Mr. Maynard," exclaimed Ada, with
tears in hor eyea, for Ruth was hor special
care, "she docs not know about Methuselah."
"Never mind, never mind, I think you
oro well-behaved little girls and a credit to
your mothor; but romember, my children,
thoro aro graves in yonder church-yard no
longer than yours would be. You must
study your Bible, and with daily prayers impress its truths upon your hearts. I will now
saygood-bya"
Just as ho was shaking hands with Sallio,
old Grim, the oat, woke up, and seeing a
strange man bending ovor hermadoaplungo
for the door, but being entangled by tho
cloak and bonnet, which sho still woro,
rolled over and over, spitting and growling
furiously. Finally, getting on her feet, sho
darted through the open window, so olosoto
tho noso of the horse, who was quietly feeding, that ho jumped up and down until his
harness rattled.
Parson Maynard hurried out, and a broad
amilo lighted up his face as he drove away,
for his last sight was of old Grim up tbo
elm tree, and tearing away her head-dress,
of which only a few scraps remained.
Fluency of the Sign Language.
Beforo spoken languago was thoro woro
signs; beforo speech stepped in thoro wero
gestures; tho face did duty as a rcvoaler of
tho emotions, and the bands accompanied
by gesticulation, as tbat of ideas, and for al)
the ordinary purposes cf life the code is
amply sufficient Watoh two deaf people
as they ubq it. They havo plenty to say
and know how to say It Their talk may
not last moro than ten minutes, but if all
that talk was written out it would cover an
astonishingly largo amount of space.
Politics, social topics, all may have boon
discussed with equal facility. True, the
deaf make a freo uso of tbe manual alpha*
bot in connection with signs, but the cause
lies rather in muscular weariness than in
any inadequacy on tbe part of signs themselves. As developed ln tho schools for tbe
denf, tho sign language baa a capacity for
thought expression absolutely marvelous.
Moreover, it is swift, coroprehenslvo-and
yot condensed-and abovo all, it Is silent
A universally understood code of signs
would do away wltb the strident and oft*
times profane efforts to understand and be
understood, which airo at once tho dread
and torment of the average tourist,
An Old-Tlmo Jubilee
Tlio first groat papal jubllco whicli we read
of wan celebrated by Pope Boniface VIII.
(tho magnanimous sinner, as ho is called in
history), In the year 1300. Tho pilgrlmswho
cumo tbat yoar amotnted to 2,000,000, and
nyo-witnesscs stato tbat the crowds wero so
groat In tho streets of Romo that lots of
peoplo woro trodden to death, and to avoid
greater accidents tho Saint Aageto bridgo
wus divided in halves, lengthwise, sou to
separate thoso who went to Saint Peter's
and thoso who returned from it. The historian Vltlanl, who lived at that timo, says
that tho monoy. collectors at Saint Peter's
hod to rake up tho money which ttionllgtVmB
savo during tho mass, and this collection
amounted to 50,000 gold florins (all In copper
■ilcecs),
true Philanthropy,
Don't worry because other poople don't
manago thoir business just aVvSa think
tlwy ought to, Nine chancos out of ton tho
reason thoy dbn't Is that they an worrying
because you don't manage your business as
Lime! Lime!
The Undersigned Keeps Constantly
on Hand a
W.   E.   MCKINSON,
O.P.N, WHAllF,   -   WESTMINSTER.
ilmhiBI"	
Time Table!
tt_c_____m THE STEAMER
^Srobert dunsmuir
LEAVES WEBTMINSTEB Ior NANAI-
mo dlrectevery Wednesday at 7 n.m.
Leaves Nanaimo for Comox every Thursday at 7 n.m. Returns to Nannlmo on
Friday.
Leaves Nanaimo for Westminster every
Snturdny nt 7 n. lu.
LEAVES WESTMINSTER for NAN AI-
mo every Sunday nt 7 ft ra.. tpnohing
at Vancouver und nil Intermediate porte.
Returns lo Westminster Mondny.
For Frolslit nnd Pssienger Rales npply
to T. L. nitlGOS, Agent C. P. N. Co., or to
tho Purser on bonrd ■ „ „   ,
dmhlte WM. ROGERS, Master.
[H-MOVED FROM 8MH OH TO VlOTOSIAl
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
Q. A. McTAVISH,
dmliStmO VICTORIA, II. O.
IT IS AB UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
OABTEB'S
Temple of Music I
Is tho Place to Duy First-Class
PIANOS and ORGANS
At euch Prices and Terms as will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For prices and terms, apply lo CAR-
TER'S TEMPLE OP MUSIC,
Vancouver, B. ۥ
230 Healings St. West. tlaplmc
AUSTIN'S HAY MARKET
For Hay, Straw, Wheat, Bran, Shorts,
Oil Cake, Ac.
AUSTIN'S STORE
For Groceries, Hardware, Rope, Platform Scales, kc.
AUSTIN'S CELLAR
For Choice Potatoes, Carrots, Turnips,
Onions, kc.
AUSTIN'S STABLE
For Good Teams and Sober Teamsters.
AUSTIN'S PRINCIPLES!
Square Dealing, ami Total Abstinence.
diVJOto
JUST RECEIVED I
A GREAT VARIETY OF
r. HAIRS
FANCY and USEFUL,
Bedroom Suites, Etc
TO BE SOLB CHEAP.
CALL AND  GET  PRICES.
milE BEST STOCK OF nABY BUCIOIES
L on the wny ever ordered from New
Weslmlnslor.
.9. Cm pols lifted, lienfnn and laid at
reasonable rntes,
dnp2(o    3
C. E. WOODS A. C. GAMBLE
UNO SusvEvot. Hons* Push*.
Woodi, Tuner ft BanUB
LAND SURVEYORS,
iii-wttlAprli
AND CONVEYANl'KKS.
Aaruri-i fob
F1RE.-Tl>e Western of Tornulo.The /F.1-
nn, TheCltyofLondou.and The Dart-
ford.
-.IFF.—Tho New York Life Insurance Co.
ACCIDENT-Tlio Travellers'of Hartford
Land Snrv.yln. In nil Its branches accurately and itromplly carried out.
Cily ud Suburb.,. Lud. far Dale.
WeoaD.howaco-nplet.ll-t of desirable
localities,
farming Lands. Improved and unimproved, throughout life dlstrlot.
Mining .ud oth.r Hook bought and
sold.
Honey to Loan on lirst mortgage at
low rates,	
TlLIPHOK. Cam, No. S3.
P.O.DBAW.BW.
WOODS, TtJBSiB * eiHILK,
Ornoi, Ciuio'l Ilok,   •  Hut-sis Stun
NKW WESTMINSTER.
drohUH ■	
UTOTIOB
HENRY VTOMONDS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE
—AMD- ' ■ ,   ■
INSUBANOE AGENT
HAS REMOVED
BANK BUILDINGS
COLUMBIA STREET,
NIW WESTMINSTEB,  *  B. ft
Opp. Postofflce and next door to llie
Bank of British Columbia,
propertyIor SALE
m ALL FAOTS 0. TH.
Oity and Dlttrlet of New
Weatmlneter,
-AM)-
CITY •' VANCOUVER
MINT.FOIt
Tkt Vmt* lift IiMTHet Ca.,
Tie HMIomI fire luannec Co..
Tkt no-wick Union Tire Iii.r.tice
Sott-tr.
•runs tttettt* .. ■«■■ niMa .1
■easw.Me Hale
UTABUIHID,A.D„ 1804.
:io**tr.
DRESS MAKING
At HISS JENNINGS',
(Late ov Enqlans)
Cornei ol Church and Columbia StrcetH,
NKW WESTMINSTER.
acrSatlsfaoUon gnarantoed,    dwteile
Dress-Making 1
Misses McDOUGALL
Cpl.pid.lMA    STllKliT,
New Westminster, B. C.
ssrSatts/nfltlonguarn'iit'u.l.      dnpl.'ltf
VANCOUVfcR CITY
Foundry? IKIachineWorks
THE PROPRIETORS OF THERE
works linve much pleasure In notifying their friends and the public thnt they
nre now prepared to receive and promptly
execute any orders for work Iu tlielr line
Willi wbloh they may bo favored.
A. McKELVIE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, EC, Sth May, 1888.
dwmyl2trt      ________
PORT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits
And GARDEN STOCK on hand !u groat
vnrlety.
Everything first-class uud furnished in
good Hlinpp.
Mrs-Kend 15 cts. for valuableSO-pnge Descriptive Catalogue with 0 beautiful colored plates.  Prico Lints sent free.
0. W. HKNRY,
dwdeldtc Port Hammond, B. C.
Wid. A. OashwoolnJow
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
Mis Septals
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
Gorbett & Kennedy,
MANUFACTUKEBS  OK
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON
•W-A.-R ■__..
H HIST UK'S HUH h (UP-8TAIR8),
Frost Stoeet,   •   Nbw W kstmiksteb.
M AVING JUST OPENED IN THE
nbove llne, we respL-t-i fully Koliclta
re of Hie trnde, ami trust by careful
nttentlon to orders and moderate charges
to merit the Mime. Experienced workmen; stitUfn-r-li-T.il gunrnntced,
Etiilmiilr'-funilslied forOnlvnnizoii Iron
Cornice, Hoofing, Plumbing, Gns-flttlng,
yteiun uud Hot Water Heutlng, Ac
•a* Ent ni ut--' to premises on Mary St.,
In renrof Bank of a C. dwmliDto
Goal,Wood-Bark
THE JDNDEKSIGNED  KEEPS   CUS-
stonily In stock tbo
BEST WELLINGTON GOAL
—ALSO—
Wood and Bark,
Whleh   ho vlA   sell   at the  LOWEST
RATES and deliver promptly.
Me*. Orders left- at tbe siorei-of Mr. McColl and Mr, McDonough wttt* twelve
attention,
TEAMS FOB I1IKI*. Rlilhl-»>, eoril(-r of
Douglas ami Cot umhla Streets.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
.  Now •Xesl., B. C, Nuv 25, ISSS.    ,lno2llo
toImorIsT
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CICIAIt. ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
,,t MAINLAND.
*9Tln-y are tint only made of the
ClioiccHt Tolmvco luit they are of
Koine Mllllllfactiiro* and should be
patronl-r-cd by all good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HOLIIltOOK Ill'Il.tilXd,
COLUMCIA •TOUT,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—AtSO—
* WlU-lilKUD STOCK OF
DRYGOODS
AND FURNISHINGS,
AT THE  LOWEST PRICES.
l.UNDBOIIM'S BLOCK,
-olamlil. str.fl,        Kew Weslml.sler.
noldwly
North British and
Mercantile
WXTtXH
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED ISOD.
Capital,   •   814,600,000.00
OP LONDON.
Capital.    *    19,733,000.00
BATES AH   LOW  AB   ANY OTHER
COMPANIES DOINO BUSINESS
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
T. Ck T-A.QTTES
Aunt lor Kew Westminster Oity
and Distriot.        d)e!»o
Wanted, Short-hand Pupils.
MR T. R. DUNCAN WISHES TO IN*
form tbe Publio of New Westminster
: he Ib now prepared to give lei-sons in
Khori-hand ln tho latest and best systems.
A comploto course guaranteed ln three
months.
Violin also Inunht.  Tlio   teaching  of
children on i his Instrument a specialty.
Address, Drawer 0, City, New Westmln'
Bier. daplOtc
W. BREOEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Late Partner of John MoVicker)
MINING ENGINEER, U.S. A PROVINCIAL SURVEYOR, A AS8AYEB.
Masonic Tkmplk Block, Vancouver,
ur't. Col.
eat Reliable reports, underground surveys and maps of mlnos executed at lon
rates,   Assays mado on all kinds of min*
erals.gold and silver burs. Thirty years'
experience   in mining  in Asia, Europe
nud United Htatcs of  America.   Speaks
ten languages.   ARsays from a distance
promptly uttended to.    Address Viincou*-
ver, B.O. ddelTtc
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
Re Lot 70, Group I, New Westminster
District.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OP
Title of Dennis Reginald Harris lo
the above-mentioned land has been lost
or destroyed and application has been
made for a duplicate thereof: Notice Is
therefore hereby given that a new Certificate of Title will be Issued In lieu of thnt
so lost or destroyed,unlesscause be Bhewn
to the contrary wllhln one month (rom
date.
R W. ARMSTRONG,
District Ilegistrar.
Land Registry Offlco,
New West., B. 0.. 16th April, 1669.
dnplTml	
J. W. WINGER
HEALER IN
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notico nml at Ilea'on-
able Terms,
8AN JUAN LIME
Always ln Stock.
Orders left at the C. P. N. Wharf will be
promptly delivered. ttmhSDtc
MILLS!
BRACKMAN & KER,
UANUKAl'TUUERf-   OF
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
^ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
Hill,, al Korlli Mallei*. .
OFFICE * -WAREHOUSE: Tlclarla.
dinlt'JSlmS
II
at\-
930.332 CORDOVA STREET,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers nnd Dealers In
MACHINERY
OF ALL KESCKITIONS.
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
dwdeSOlo
MIZONY&CO'Y
303 Cordova Slreet,
Vancouver, Brit. Col.
WHOLESALE
LIQU0RS_& CIGARS
Telephone Orders Promptly Attended to,
TELEPHONE CALL HU
dmh'iimO
Dominion_ Lands.
TK YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
I I*-e -.-minion or for rent of Miningor
Giiizlng Land, or buying Farm, Mining
nriiny I'lul .'roni the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
But pay in S1
large discount.
Serin can be obtained In large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY A CHAMPION
BANICIBS,
WINNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
on not
TUK BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTEB
dwmhste	
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
scrl- Oppoiite tb. Coloninl Hotel,
T
NEW WESTMINSTER
HE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
as-ortm-nt ol .11 deioription, ol
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hud, ud supplied to Fan.
lilts. Restaurant., and Steamboat, at th.
lowest ro-isn-LK riucES.
Holbrookjstate!
SALS   OF
Valuable Property.
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED I.0T8
are oirered for sale, In part or whole:
LOT 5, M.OUK 5. Columbia and Front
sheets, 66-13J, with 0 stores thereon.
LOT W, BLOCK Is-AlllSS-Columblnand
Clarkson aimu.wllhliulldlns.lhereon.
LOTS 12 * II. BLOCK ». Mary slreet; 8
aora., with  hard finished  houae and
orchard.
S LOT I, BLOOK IS, Columbia slreet,
SJxIttt
LOT SI, QROUP I, Vancouver mad, con-
'sluing MO acres.
SBTTlio above Properly bring. In a rental of 82H9.00 per month
For further particulars .nd terms ot
sals, apply at
THOS. OVENS'
Blacksmith* Machine Shop,
Merchant Square.
Kew Westminster, B.0. doejslc
I-TOTiaB.
HAVING DISPOSED OP ALL MY IN-
tercst ln the London Arms Saloon, I
linve to request that all parties owing me
will cull and Bettle their accounts Immediately, either with the undersigned or
with J. B, Cherry, whom I have appointed
my agent for this purpose.
Lnnd Registry Ordinance, 1870
Kc Lot 5, in the Subdivision of Lot 4, in
Suburban Block fi, New Westminster.
WHEREAS THE CUHTIFICATE OP
Title of Charles U. Hnggman toti-e
above-mentioned land has been lost * r
destroyed, andapnllratlon has been made
for a duplicate thereof: Notice Is therefore hereby given that a new Certificate
of Title will be Issued In lieu of that so
lost or destroyed, unless cause bo shewn
lo the contrary within one month from
dale. ft. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Reglf-try Offlce,
New West., B. C, Hth April, 1880.
dipllml
NOTICE,
SITTINGS OF THE COUNTY COURT
of Cariboo will be held at—
Llllooet Thursday....Wrd May,188!>.
Clinton Saturday... 6th June, "
lfiO*M!leHoUBe...Thursday...S7th   "     "
Soda Creek Saturday ...29th   '-     "
8uesnellem'th.,.Tuesday 2nd July, "
lcbfleld Friday. 6th   «   ' «
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
„    . Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Offlce,
.   Mth April, 1880. dap2Sml
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
gRsimR TlnaldrT
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
far Highest Price paid for Furs and
Peer Hides.
Correspondence Invited.  n-LTelephone
'pin
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot of Douglas stiieet, Near
CoLUHniA Street.
$, FERCVSON, PROPRIETOR
FRKBH   BREAD,   CAKES,  PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc.
Hotel and Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders promptly attended to nnd
delivered lo any part of the city.  dnih28y
...,
Cos. Columiia mid Chuich Su.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
lioMButs, Beadstones, life Eto.,
In Marble or Granite of Best Quality.
CORNER     POSTS    AND   CURBING.
N. B.—Just received—llio finest asuorU
ment of Senlch Ciranltr Honanients ever
seen In British Columbia, which will be
sold ul prices putting competition out of
the question.
dwmh2iyl AUX. HAMILTON PROP.
TIME_OARD.
o. p. mt. ao. ■
The Fine Fii-st-Clnss
Str. William Irving
Will Leavo the C. P. N. Co.'s Whar/,
■n-vsiB-Jr
Tuesday, Thursdays Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHIUIWHACK AND WAV PORTS.
Returning Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
Wlien fiutllcietit inducement offers sho
will proceed to HOPE and on such
occasions will leave her wharf
tittii. tn.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T, I.. BRIGGS. Am-iit.
New Westminster. dnplllc
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOR SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, *e.
Rice Meal,
FOR CATTLE PEED.
dn.h'.limil
•JiTOTlOE-
VTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i\ wo have applied to tho Minister of
the Interior for a license to out and lake
away timber fin and from the following
described lands, situated in llie District of
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia:
1. The east half of Section 10, the N.W.
quarter of Section 20 and tho S. E. quarter
of Section 80, In Township 40, and Section
80 In Township 10.	
X Commencing ut a stake placed at, the
norlh oorner of Stavo Lake, thence west
40 obalns, thenoo north 80 chains, thenco
eaat to lake about 80 chains, thence along
like to point nf comm«neement—containing aiKiut 400 aores.
8. Commencing nt a post set about two
miles N. E. from outlet of Stave Lako;
tbence south 40 chains, thence west 20
chnlns, thenee south about 80ohalns to
lake, thenoe along latce to pointof com-
mencement—containing about 160 acres.
4. Commencing at a post set on lhe east
bank of stave River, about half a mile
sonth of Stavo Lakej thenoe north X)
ehalnt. thenee west 40 chains, thence
north 40 chains, thenoo east about 110
chains to lake;' again commencing at
same post, thence east 80chains, thenee
nortii to lako about 40 chains, thenee
along lake to point before mentioned—
oontnlnlni about 4G0nare«, .   _M
5. Commencing at u post set nbont half
a mile north oftho hoad of Pitt Lake;
tbence north 80 ohnlns, thence west 40
chains, thenoe south 80 chains, thenoe
enst to point of commencement*-contain-
S, East hall ot Section 11, southeast
qnarterof Section 2.1, and Section 11—all
In Town-hip 41.
ROT AL OITY PLANINU HILLS CO.
Sew Westmlnst-t, Aprll\l, WT aplsm
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 1S5S.
M. B. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Majesty's Royal Navy, the Dominion Goverament, A-c.
Medal nnd Diploma awarded at tbe Colonial and Indian Exhibition, Loudon, 18SU.
FACTORY**-Niagara St., James Hay.
OFKICES-67 Fort kl, Victoria; B. c.
  dapgmo
THE WESTMINSTER
PoultryYards
JOHN 8. COX, Prop.
Ad
^MmB Light Brnlimns,
^K^U       Partridge Coclihlm,
JuK Plymouth Hocka,
^BF'" White face Bl'k Spanlili
White Crested, Black  and Golden
Poland ■.
Hondnnsi      Sllver-in-iicllUtl    Hamburg!.
Black, Bed and Pitt Games.
Toulouse Geese.     Rouen Dnoks.
My Yards are open for Inspection.
awmbSto
D, MePHADEN,
Desk's Bins Block, Columiia Sheet,
OFFERS FOR SALE
A Full Stock of Fen-j- A lie's
Field | Garden Seeds
Red, White and Alsike Clover
Seeds.
Timothy, Rye, Lawn and Blue
Grass Seeds.
ALSO-FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF
GROCERIES ^PROVISIONS
COFFEE roasted and ground on thenre-
mines.
Choice lot of IMPORTED TEAS-
MS. All Goods sold at lowest prices and
delivered freo to nil parts of the city,   dto
M.A.McRAE
Merchant lalloi-
BEAUTIFUL IUNOE OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Check
fop, spuing akd summer.
Opp. Colonial Hotel
Columbia St.,   *   New Westminster,
dwmh28tc
TABLE
Showing the Dates  and  Plaecs of
Conrti  of Assise*.   Nisi  Pi-Inn,
and Oyer and Terminer, for
the Year 1889.
SPRING ASSIZES.
[ON    VANCOl'VKIt    IHLANU.J
Viotoria Monday 20th May,
Nanaimo ,<» Tuesday 4th June.
[ON MAIKLANO.]
Ken* West minster... Wednesday ...litt Mny.
Kum loops Monday !tr*l.luue.
Clinton .....Monday loth June
FALL ASSIZES.
[ON MAINLAND.}
Richfield Monday. Dili Sept.
Clinton Wcdncsday...2,ith Sept.
Kamloops Monday 7lh Oct,
Lytton Monday ..14th Oct.
NewWestminster...Wcdiiesday,..iaihNov.
[ON VANCOUVER ISLAND ]
Victoria ^Monday.-. 2.5th Novembor.
Nannlmo .....Tuesday 3rd December.
dnplTml
Merchant Tailors
Ilir-e Just Received nn Immense Stock
of Imported
Tweeds, Worsteds,
FANCY IUITINC8, FANCY PAHTINCS tso
SPRINB OTERCOATIMS,
Which lmve never been eqnnlleiliu
tho City and which they aro
prepared to make up
AT rilfEl THAT WILL IIOTIIKU KVKN
THE EtSTERX Till Oil •*
To Compote With.
Style, Fit and Workmanship
GUARANTEED.
«y- Call und Inspect Gonds.-sn
Oolumbia St.,
Ono Door West of Dickinson's lliilcher
Shop, New W**il min ster, IM'.
dmhlyl
Harrison Hot_Spring8,B,C,
SUITS AND FLf'Simi RESORT.
STEAM, SAIL * ROW BOATS ON HAND
.wlasaalu. VaMraa-l rnvale aatks.
With experienced Attendant..
.ADIE9 pEPARTMENT SEPARATE.
T.raa.111..0 t. 11.00 par Or.
Only 8 miles from Agassis Station, C. P.
R. Reduced R. K.and Steamboat rate..
Excursion rates mod tor SB days from
WeslaTlnster to Agiuslz Station and return, 18. Saturday excursion rato, mod
mill following Monday, W.W. Comfort.
ible stages meet all trains. Tickets can
-.Obtained at R.R. oOce.      dap]-*e3aw
THE ATTRACTION
Of Columbia Street
 IS	
JAS. ROUSSEAU'S
GREAT CLEARING SALE
GOOD-FITTING BOOTS AND SHOES CONTRIBUTE
much to the health and comfort of every home. Therefore,
everybody ought to know that Jas. Rousseau's is decidedly the
cheapest place in New Westminster where the people of this District can purchase the best Boots and. Shoes at the cheapest
prices.
I will allow io per cent, discount on all cash purchases to
the general public for the next sixty days, to make room for a
LARGE SPRING STOCK now en route.
REMEMBER,—if you want genuine good Boots and Shoes
the proper place to purchase them is at
Jas. Rousseau's,
SI Col'iu-a.'teta, Stx-Mt.
Custom Work promptly attended to. dwto
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNEBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STBKET)
X_BJ_._Z__B   1ST
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hnnd an Extensive Stook of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots A Shoes, Huts A Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, Ae.
_ttxxtxt-m   _tc   bo-jts'   mxrxvm.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Abo,
GRAIN, SEEPS, POTATOES,  MME and   GENERAL STORES.
N. B.-Furm Produce bouglit nt market rates or sold on commission.  ses-Orders
from the Imorlor promptly attended to. dwJeSte
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LiI&MESTMEIigMfM.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE,- 15 Serjeants Inn, Fleet St. ■ LONDON, ENG.
The Businoss of ALLSOP k MASON hu been merged In the above Compuy
■nd will be carried oo by the Company from thb date u a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates. Town Lots and Fanning
Lands for Salo on easy terms,
Victoria a C, May 16th, 1687. dwJeTte
CASTORIA
tor Infants and Children.
"Cuterial,K<ren-da-»--dneUlotat-ial I
I recommend ltHncerlcrtoanyprescriptlei, I s-jg S^—_SSS_^ ___l~__ii    m li
Snomlome."     a A Ataan, II. D.,        lmmXgmt, &et ttm, m* tmmmm m
W*t.a_ttti».Bm_lrn,s.l.   lw__m*^_ttmtmUmltm.
Th. Cs-rr.ua OomMsrff, rt Hurra*' Street, S. Y.
IrTOTIOE
I ft HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE
I nppltetl tothe Hon. the Minister of tbe
Interior for a license to cut and carry nway
tlr.ilicr(tobonintiufnctureu bymym-lf at
Ul'per sumas, B.U.,) from the following
deKcrlbed lands, viz.: North half of taction 4, north half nf Section A, hoiiUiwpsi
n.ii-irt«r of Section IB, south half of Sect Ion
17, south half of Seotion IS, and tho whole
of StictIons 6,7,8 A ti-ull In Township 16,
New Westminster District — containing
loot) acres, more or less, ft, J, recoup.
Upper Sumaa, B.C., 15th April, 1889.  lm
Land Beglstry Ordinance, 1870
New Westminster Suburban Lot Eo. 15,
Block X.
A CERTIFICATE OP INDEFEASIBLE
Tltlo lo tho above mentioned I-ol
will lie (united to Henry Elliott on the 10th
day of June, 1880, iinlcas ln the meantime
ii valid objection thereto he made tot lit-
iinilrrslgued.in writing, by some person
claiming an estate or Interest In said Lot
or some part thereof.
It. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, 7th March, 1889.
mli7d3m
1
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed I Sale Stables
THE SUaSCHlllERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SIN8LE RIBS
At Special Low Rates.
ul All Sail of Thii;
Done a*, shortest Notice.
Dr-rfonl-roiMi delivered to any partof
tbe Cily.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attontlon.
-"Srstnbi™ nearly opposite C. P. R. Depot, Columbia St., NewWestminster.
djaiiio     QILLEY BROS. mors.
Draying
Feed,LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
PBOPBIETOR.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
forHlre. Hacfcn call nt all Steamers
and Trains. Special attention given.to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may be left at the Offloe of Mathers A Milllgan,Commission Merchants,
Front StrceOfcw Vest. dse21te
W. ELSON,
Merchant Tailor,
POM MOODY, B. C.
Ur. Elson will be at the Colonial Hotel
tbo first Wednesday ln eaoh month for
the purpose oftaltlng ordors.     dw'sSSto
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
1 Old BaoiD St. ud 16 Pall Mau,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES * OTHER
Buildings, Good., Ware., Merchandise, Manufacturing sad Farming Stock,
Ship, in Fort, Harbor or Dook, and tin
Cargoes of .nob Vessels; slso, Shlpe build
ing and ro-tairing, Bugs, ud other Ve,
scls on navigable rivers snd canals, and
Goods on board snch Vessels, throughout
Great Britain ud lrclud ud In Foreign
Countries,
nol 10S8 OR USUI SI Hit.
Subscribed ud Invested Capital,
£1,600.000 STG.
Rat*, of Premium nd every informs.
Hod ou be obtained on application to
W. J. AKHSTIONe,
Agent for New W-sitmliieter.
To k Francisco, Cal.,
BY WAT Of THS
THE MT.SHASJA ROUTE.
*™™_®$_»_%^tWB**
kMnrituIhi ham,
ttmtmmmnmm mino omit
PULLMAN   BUI-nT •LHPIM
TOURIST SLEKPraG CASS
For Accommodation ot B-oond-Cla-a Paa*
-enters, Mtaohed tp Kipiw. Tr-dns.
Fan from Portl.nTio Mumtoimt
Han Fr.ocl--o-Pnlls.lud.WS; First'
class (Limited), HO; B-oond-elas. (Ll-
TU IWUok TicKETg to all JOlnU Booth
and EMt. via Callforal..
TICKET OFFICBIl
CiTVOmci, No. Us Oor. Writ * Ald.1
Streets:
Depot Ornoi, Cor. F A Front tln.lt;
Portland. Ore—
K.KOEHLKR,      fJ.P.
Mauier.
T,A<t i-irTiM-a
Jailfi! IMtwh Columbian
WMtaesiUiy Evenl***-*, May 1, me.
ABVEITISIKO SATES FOR THE DAILY.
Transient Advertlirmrali,. -First I ncei-
tlon, lllcls. per line hoII-I nonpHicll; cim-Ii
fuliRW|iK!iil cmiseciillvcliiHeitli-ii.lSrla. per
ine, AdverUsumentH notlnserleU cvei-y
day—first insertion, lUclt*. per line; snbafl*
qiieut lnsurtlon--, 5'its, per line.
maudlnu. Ailv**rtlsriiienis.--rroress!oii-
ii| oVBnalnfw- uardH-fi per month. ftpe-
nltil ruins for ftenentl truth- ailv.-rli**liiL',
H<>> orilltig Ui siiaee (it-eni-lt-it timl (lilliUlim
of.dntract.
-. icliiiti •'vl-''*, nh«n tlia|ilii,vi-.l,chnr,-ed
11 -r-Flit. !r"*ii man tranHleiil'advts, If
*■-:'.i>li«f|-i'd it r-fsulur ti-ftn--lfcnt rates.
•*,.. ,---i| -»i,ii.-»i iiiiiniu n-ixlfinj mailer,
'/m i-i). i.i'i--inii- t'.u'li hi-fiii'Hi. Specials
iiis.'iic.l ii\ i-i' mouth ill reduced rates.
•i;n ns,-.I'-iTu---.--; mul L'cnilis.fi for each
li, .mil-Mi; Kuiii'ral Nnl.t-'o.-i In connection
wuti  '■■'  Hi*, "r'-eis.-Jiieli luserlInn.
i   iiiLiCt iicVERrici'titi datej.
1 .nil ,1 "i..l AJ v fiiH-'-M.-aif*.—First lns«r*
flhii', ]0'i'% per tip*1 solid nonpareil; sub-
st',liiont ln*-orH-i!i.*-,7 d!*. pt-r Hue.
•i'tn-lli-.* .Idverilir.'ientH.—Piofosslon-
ai ot Bii'-tneas Ctirdj-4I.SU per month.
Spei.i.ii :ut"iiI"i-i'i-innil li'uitoadveitlsln'*.
ypn-ljil Notices, tllrt-ht, Marriages nnd
Deaths, mime rales as DiUly.
ttHl» ItlUffl bui'll mi ::tl,:niil fmlur'-i uttts
an extra rate will he charged.
•WPeiMins DtMiiiIni* lu udvuillsemeiits
should he i-arefnl to state whether they
are lo appear in lln' Dally Edition, or tho
Weekly,or linth. A liberal reilnellon Is
made when InsertiM In liotli. Noudver-
tlscment liiseiteil for less than 81,
■ ■	
The Qnrcn's lloiri.
SOBSO RIDERS
Who do not receivo thair paper regularly,
from the Cnrrien- or  through  the Post
Offloe,will confer h favor hy reporting Ihe
same to the oilice of pulil Icntlon at once,
MEWJUWERTISEKEJi'lS fHISDAY.
Queen's Hotel Miller k Co
Annual Meeting J.N. Draper
BUI Of Pare Queen's Hotel
Straw Hats J. 13. riiillips
Read J. E. Phillips1
t his page,
The genuine P. D. corsets just arrived at Jas. Ellard & Co.'s. *
Fresh Eastern and Native Oysters,
served in every style, at the Club. *
Russell's Restaurant, opposite the
Amorican Hotel, open day and
night. alJm3*
The latest pnrifiinu styles in long
handled parnaols now in at jas. ellard
& co.'s. *
Flags were flying at all tho mastheads to-day in honor of tlie May Day
festivities.
The Btr. Gladys left for Chilliwack
this morning with 20 tons of freight
and 25 passenger?.
Seo notice ro annual mooting of
shareholders of Westminster Woolen
Manufacturing Co.
Best Colonial Yarn; will not shrink;
warranted, Berlin and Shetland
Wools; new colors.—Miss Peebles.*
Tho str. Rainbow arrived from Viotoria last evening with 25 tons of
freight and a large list of passengers,
The str. Dunsmuir loft for Nanaimo
this morning at 7 o'clock with a full
load of merchandise nnd a number of
pajueugen.
North Arm Road Late, from §100;
Sapperton, §150; and Brownsville Aero
Lots at 8100, on easy terms, at W. J.
Walker* Co.'s. *
Remember Mr. Trapp's sale of Dairy
Stock, Work Oxen and Beef Cattle, at
Parr's stock farm, Kensington Prairie,
on Thursday, May 2nd. *
Salmon averaged 10 to tho boat last
night. A large number of small spring
salmon still continue tu bo caught, and
the good work being dono by tho hatchery is daily becoming more apparent.
. D. •!. Levy, of 61, Johnston street,
Victoria, B. 0., is tho only agent H.
L. Gabel has in British Columbia.
Hold your orders; he will bu in Now
Westminster on or about May 1st,
1880. *to
Richards. Haywood & Mackintosh
have for Bale 100 ncres improved farming land, with tine orchard, noar
Wharnoek station; good roods- hading
to station and river, Terms easy.
ThiB is a bargain. *to
Elsewhere will bo found the published bill of fare for the opening dinner
at tho Queen's Hotel to-night. Dinner will be served from fl to 8.30 p. m.
The bill of faro speaks well for the
treat to be enjoyed by the guests.
The Brunette Saw Mills are taxed to
their utmost capacity to 611 ordors and
latterly they have boon compelled to
run buth night and day to keep up
with Uio demand. Tho Brunette Co.
has lately started another logging camp
on the north arm of the Inlet.
200 lots on the Thorne road, from
$65 upwatds, ou monthly instalments
of 810, without interest. Theso lota
aro only two blocks from the park,
have a good view, aro mostly cleared
and are only four blocks from tho new
store. Apply to. Wat. Reidt; Front
streot. *
A man named Robert Jackson who
was found last night lying on the sido
walk in n helpless state of intoxication
appeared at the polico court this morning to answer for his strange and un-
usual conduct. This being Mr. Jack-
sou's lirst uffeiico he was dismissed
with a caution.
One of the directors of the Gas
C>ni[ a-iy informed a representative of
Tub Collmbias to-day thit the share
holder.*- had no desire whatever to
profit hy an impurfect serrice. To
give >\ satisfactory public service, and
tn Immi'ily fulfil all contracts, is the
oanu'st intention of the company.
Mr. Frank Wjtians, with a rifle,
stood nfl'a gang of tide flat jumpers a
few evctiiiigs sinco. They tried to
take his claim on tho flats. Ho fired
onco and then retreated. Somebody^ ,r,
will yet be lulled while trying to possess themselves of proyorty which belongs tothe state or the oily. The
tide flats seem to ho common plunder,
— Whatcom Reveille.
Tliis line hostelry, which so long remained vacant, has at lost boen opened for the reception of guests, under
the management of Miller it Co. Situated ou Columbia street, only a black
from tho most central b-uiiu-ss portion
of the city, nnd overlooking tho broad
Fraser, its position is excellent nnd attractive. Tho building is of brick and
stono, handsome in design, and convenient and comfortable in all its arrangements. The main entrance faces
Columbia stroot, but thero is also a
Bide entrance on Clement street. The
office and reading room, though small,
aro neat auct cheerful in appearance,
and give n general impression of
homelike comfort. The dining room
iB handsomely furnished, and tho shining silverware and snowy linen givo
this department tho appetizing effect
desired. Tho culinary department
is presided over by n chef of
somo distinction, but tho cooking
speaks for itself. Thu billiard room is
not yet furnished, but will bo in a
fow days with both billiard aud pool
tables. Tho stairways and corridors
aro broad, richly carpeted and woll
lighted. The bedrooms,-15 in number,
aro all neatly furnished uud aro tis
cozy and well kept as any mio would
wish. Ihth rooms aro emiveniently
placed ou each flat. Tho Indies' parlor
contains both u piano and organ and ti
in every way u very handsome room.
On the whole, the Queens Hotel is well
and thoroughly appointed, and it is
curtain to become a popular slopping
place with the travelling publio,
l.-iuncsicil on llie licep.
The launching of Insley & Co's.
uow Btem wheel steamer tco!t plaea
between 5 aud 0 o'clock this morning.
Owing to tho early hour only about
50 spectators were pvesont, but as fully
50 per cent, of theso wero ladies tho
absence of a larger number of tho
sterner sex was not deeply felt. On
tho how of the craft a croup of ladies
was gathered, among whom wore Mias
Insley, Mra. Spinks, Mrs. H. Read
and Bliss Eva Insley. When all was
clear tho word was given to eut tho
lines, which wns promptly done, nnd
a moment later tho vessel commenced
to move slowly down the incline. As
the bow reached tho water, and for tho
first time cleaved lhe wave. Miss Eva
Insley gracefully porformed thu ceremony of christen in j*, with the traditional
bottlo of champagne- and named tho
craft "Delaware." This net was the
sign-il for three hearty ohfiors from
the spectators ou shore und the guests
aboard the steamer. Tho Delaware
Btruck the water fairly nnd danced the
waves "like a thing of ]ife.,: Hor
beautiful model ami graceful linos
wero made very apparent as sho lay a
short distance from shore, flouting a*
buoyantly 113 a cork, and looking a
master pieco of tho ship budding
science. Tlm dimensions of tho Delaware are aa follows : Length, over all
136 foet; broadth uf beam 27 feet;
depth of holil 5 feot. Tho saloon n
large, and when the furnishing is completed it will bo a cheery imd comfortable apartment, Tho Indie* cabin will
bo snug and commodious in overy way.
Sho has 10 staterooms, largo aud airy,
which will be hnmlsomely fitted up.
Tha Delaware will be towed to Vancouver in a low days to receive her
machinery. The engines will be com
pound, with a six foot stroke, and 12.
and 24 inch cylinders. The boiler ii
very large and capable of producing aU
the steam necessary to propel tho
steamer at a high rato of spaed, The
Delaware has been built expressly for
the rivor trade, and sho will be commanded by that veteran navigator,
Capt. Delaware InBloy. The Columbian wishes tho now ornft evory success and   many  prosperous  voyages.
l»ealh'or,*mMM Urlsss.
"Bill" Briggs, a noted faro dealer
of Sun Francisco, died in that city n
few. days ago. About a quarter of a
century ago Briggs visited Victoria and
Bet up his "tiger" at Lovett's Cold Tea
saloon, then on the corner of Langley
alley and Yates street. He cleaned
cut several prominent business men
and atterwards went to Caiibw, whero
ho diminished the piles of many successful ininers, Ho canto to tho coast
40 years ago nud was considered a i-cb-
pectable man—fora gambler.—-(Wohi^.
TboBartioi-jj*.
THE GLAD MAY DAY.
Bfauiir-il Weal Iter nnd a Vine Parade.
Tlie Coronal lon uu<l Kuli-i-*
qiicnt   IYsIIvIIIih,
May Day never broke more beautifully, or gave better evidence of tho
glorious weather that was to follow,
than it did this morning. Tho birds
wore chirping each other a cheerful
"good morning" with the first peep of
tho sun over tho snow-peaked mountain to the east of Pitt Lake, nnd
hundreds of happy children gave expression to their feeling of gladness,
that no delay aud disappointment wns
in store, about tho tamo time. By 9
o'clock flags wero flying from every
masthead, and tho Btreet were adorned
with beautiful littlo misses, dressed out
in thoir best "bib aud tucker," nud
looking ii3 happy und smiling aa pretty
should look, when so much pleasure is
in prospect. About noon tho streets
began to assume a very animated appearance, both old, middle aged nnd
young-making their-appearance in largo
numbers, At 1 o'clock the gullant
Hyaclts began to ussomblo at their hall,
and sliot'tlynftorwards the city band put
in an appearance. Shortly boforo 2
o'clock Iho ptocession was formed and
moved down Columbia strett, in tho
following order:
Mlis Prlers-'f-oiifffi't.
' On Friday evening ut tbe Oddfellows
Hill, Miss Peter*, of Vancouver, and
fcer Wesinihrttor 'pupils will give a
very attractive concert. The fact that
Westminster talent will be brought
conspicuously to tho front on this occasion, and tne opportunity of hearing
fur the first time some of our local
prima donnas, ought to bo an inducement MiMcient to fill every seat in the
ball,' Reserved seals should he secured early at Lyal's book store.
__.— -♦ m  •	
.."   JhXMU Ans Notes.
The Methodist church in this place
Intend giving a tea and entertainment
on Wednesday* Mny 8tht in the town
ball. The ladies of the congregation
will spare ho pains in getting up a
flrst-class tea, and the choir of the
Methodist church. New Westminster,
will furnish tin elaborate programme
of ' instrumental and vocal music.
An exouraiou will bo run from the
o»y, letviragnbdut 5 p.m , and return-
ing the same.evening., Che proceeds
will be applied to the parsonage building and furnishing fund.—Com.
The Sardonyx, Capt. Moyer, arrived from Aberdeen, Skeena River,
at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, 49
hours boing consumed on tho down
trip. The vessel tied up at Sptatt's
wharf, and outwardly shows no sign of
rough usugo. A little water v.as being
made and the pumps wore krpt at
work. After being beached at Aberdeen repairs wore commenced ut ouch.
There were sovural cracks in (ho iron
pistes and ouo rent of some magnitude,
all in the stern. Yellow cedar, cut
from the foreBt, was utilized in effecting repairs neeoBsary to bring tho vessel to this port. Mr, W, R, Robini
son, who was a passenger nortii on the
steamer, did the necessary blacksmith*
ing work. Tho Bteamer will go into
the dry-dock this ovening. The Sardonyx Jb evidently a strong vessel us
tho shock whon striking tlio rocks wan
describod as terrific, a heavy current
running at the time.—-Times,
wmugmrdmt
Several weeks ago news reached the
city of the lass of three men composing
tho crew of one of tho boats of the
Benling schooner Juanita of Victoria.
It was stated that the boat wns found
upside down, and the natural inference
drawn was that the men had lo t their
lives by the craft capsizing. Sealing
men belonging tu • several of tho
schooners now in port nre, however,
inclined to another opinion, Tt is
said that Roy, one of the illfutcd crow,
had some difficulty with several Indian
Beal hunters on the day that ho unci
his companions wore last seen alive.
The trouble arose over tho possession
of a seal shot, and the white mon and
Indians came from words to blows
over it. On tho day following, Roy
and his companions were again in company with the name Indians, with
none of the other boats hear; and thoy
have never since beon seen. These
facts, as narrated, are by many of the
sealers considered quite sufficient tu
justify thein iu their belief that the
three white hunters .were murdered by their Indian rivals, und their
bodies committed tothe deep.—Colo-
nut.
THE LADIES DELIGHTED,
The pleasant effect and the perfect
safety with which ladies may uso the
lit-faM frnit laxative, Syrup of Figs, under all conditions make it their favorite
remedy.   It is pleasing to the eye and to
r-AKIUAGI*
Containing iho Queen, Queeii*Eteolntul
Maids oMionpi'i
HYACK FIUI-' COMPASV
, Under Chief Ackerman and Amb-Ulilel
J-;i liiiiM-n.
rjirir.imEN.
Tho route followed was by tho way
of Columbia, Douglas and Agnes strcots
to tho cricket ground.--. All along the
route the streets were lined with peoplo who fell in line, and when tho
grounds wero reached the procession
hnd assumed considerable proportions.
Tho line appearance mado hy the Hy-
acks, in thoir handsome navy blue and
white uniforms und military caps, was
tho subject of many flattering remarks,
especially from the ladies. On reaching tho grounds tho Queen, MiaB Adelaide Ross, ascended iho throne, followed by the quoon-elect, Miss Maud
Hathorly, and the four maids of honor,
MissBolla Ewen,Miss Emily Gardinor,
Miss Lirno Ross and Miss Adelaide
Ewen. When nil had been nicely arranged the queen, Miss Roas, rose and
delivered the following speech :
Dear Sisti*u.—It h my pleasing
duty to-day to greet you wiih royal
welcome ai my BUCooBsor—thu queen
of the May. Tho year that is past has
been one of peace and prosperity
throughout my realms, and I havo to
thank all thoso my loyal subji c.s for
their unchanging devotion. Before
us Hob the unknown future, oi-or whoso
dt?8tiiiii"s it will ho your good fortune
to preside, and I counsel you to let
your throno bo graced with the charm
uf justice, and to sway with moderation the sceptre that is now t > lie placed
in your hands. To tho Ilyacks,
my faiihful counsellors, I heg to return
muit grateful thanks for thoir unswerving fidelity, and with loving memories
I commend them to jour loyal confidence. Thoy huvo chosen you from
amoni- the fairest of the land as worthy
oftho honor nf being thoir queen; and
yeu need not fear, for their loyalty
and devotion will nevor grow weary.
This crown (inking tho crown and
placing it on tho head of tho queen-
elect) is the emblem of your queenly
office; wear it with dij-uity, iny royal
sister, and receivo now the pledgo of
my loving devotion (kisses tliu queen).
Hyacks, behold your new queen!
After tho applause had died away
the May Qtioen mode the following
pretty reply :
Deah. Sisveh:—Tho floral crown
which you have just placed upon my
bond is the emblem of authority, but
it shall bo ray aim to defend my throno
and govern my faithful subjects by the
influence of that mighty sceptre—lore.
To-day you have kindly endorsed tho
choice of my truo nud gallant Hyacks,
whoso courage and devotion is known
and appreciated the length and breadth
uf this glorious realm. To each nnd
evory one of my loving subjects here
assembled, I wish u day full of joy and
happiness; nnd may our heurls be as
light and merry as tlio littlo birds
which now till the air with bright and
cheerful spring time sonfts. Let us
now away to tho May Pole whoro we
shall pK-o expression to our happy emo-
tiuiiB in such amusements and pleasures
as nro appropriate to the merry May
Day, and in keeping with tlio dignity
of our crown.
This graceful speech was received
with groat enthusiasm and tho band
played "Ood savo tlio Queen," while
the crowd cheered right heartily,
Dancim- round the may pole then followed, and groat was the scramble
among the children to secure a portion
uf tho coveted ribbon. The ilyacks
wont everywhere, loaded with bags of
oranges, cakes, nulsandcotifecUonaey.
whioh wero distributed regardless of
economy. The sot of honor was then
formed, and, led by.Miss Maud Hath*
ei ly, the queen, and Miss Ross,   the
■queen, tho dancing commenced,
RareB, games nnd other amusements,
which delighted the youngsters, were
noxt in order, and continued for a
couple of hours.
The queen, ex queen and maids of
honor wore nil most charmingly
drossed, nud when seated on thu throne
they presented n very pretty pioture.
This evening a grand dance at Herring'--.
Opera Houso will conclude the May
DayFesttvitlCTr-
——; _■ -"--■ ■Miiv-n'i
thereBidcnceofMr.WellB.atChilliwack.
About throe weeks ago his illness took
a very severe turn and he had been
eon fined' to hie^ bed and in a semi-
unconscious condition most of the time
since until bis death this morning.
Mr. Hemlaw was a very energetic
worker, a most acceptable preacher,
and nn enthusiastic temperance advocate. For two different years he held
the positirn of grand chief templar of
the I. O. G. T. organization in this
provinco, and did much effective service for the cause, Rov. Mr. Hem-
law's untimely death will he mourned
by his youug wifo, a brother on this
coaat, several relatives in the east, and
a great many warm friends in this
province and elsewhere. His taking
away ere his prime will be a loss to the
ohurch of which ho was an activo,
faithful and efficient pastor, and to
every good work to which he lont his
earnest efforts. Ho has entered upon
his reward. The funeral will take
place at Chilliwack to-morrow at 3 p.
m. Quite a number of tho brother
ministers uf the deceased will be present ub well as several friends from tliis
city, and from Botllements where he
has ministered,
<Wd*tn foyfor PltcherWtslorla | JttJAiS^Stf^"°""8
Rev. Mr. nrralnw ncnil.
A private telegram was received in
this city to-day, from Mr. A. C. Wells*,,
of Chilliwack, containing the Bad announcement that Rev. R. B, Hemlaw-.
who hus been seriously ill for some
time, had breathed his last at 5 o'olock
this morning, at the residence of Mr.
Wells, his father-in-law, Robert
Bruce Hemlaw was a native of Nova
Scotia, nnd about- 33 years of nge. Ho
entered the ministry of the Methodist
ohurch in 1881 idiortly afterwards
coming to thi* province, where he was
ordained in 1885. Soon after his ordination his marriage took place, with
Miss Lily Wells, only daughter of Mr.
A. 0. Wells, of Chilliwack. Under
tbe auspices of the Methodiit church,
Rev. Mr. Hemlaw travelled in the upper country, and has been stationed
at different times at Lam-ley, Maple
Ridge and Maple Bay (Vancouver Island). Ho was appoiut'd to .Maple
Rldgd by the conference in' '1887,
where ho remained, with much
acceptance, until about September of last year, when, hts health breaking down under au attack of pleurisy,
he was obliged to leave bis work and
repair to tho interior to recuperate.
He remained in the upper eountry
till about Christmas last- his health
apparently improving. Since that
time Mr. Hemlaw has been staying at
PERSONAL.
town
The Misses Cambio were in
this afternoon.
The Bishop und Mrs. Sillitoe have
gone up country for a month.
Dr. McArdle, professor of surgery,
University of Dublin, is the guest of
Dr. Fagan.
Rov. Mr. White goes up to Chilliwack to-morrow morning, by Bteamer,
to attend the funeral of the lato Mr.
Hemlaw.
McDonald, proprietor of tho St,
Julieu saloon, Winnipeg, has disappeared.   Ho leaves many creditors.
Children Cryfor PitcheiJsCasb.'la
B
APTIST
Cast of
CHURCH,
Mary Street,
Agnes fitreet,
„      ....        ... Lord's Hay
Servicesatll a. m. and 7 p. m.   Sabbath
Hehool and Hi bio Class at 2:90 p. m. All
seats free; straugers cordially welcomed,
—Rev, Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
-yrETHODlST
CHURCH, Mary
I. H. WUite, Pastor.
"p.m. Sunday
School and Bible Olass 2:80j»..m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at 7.H0p.m. Heats
free; strungerB cordially Invited.
Jyl  Street,  Rev. _, ...   	
Services at 11 a, ra. and 7 p. m.
QT. PAUL'S CHURCH, John Street,
O Opposite Orange Hall. Rev, Thomas
Haddon, Pastor. Services every Sunday
at 11 a. ra. and 7 p. m. Thursday evenings
at T'3U o'clock. Scuts free; all are cordially invited. Sunday School nt 2:30 p. m.
flHVRCH OP ENOLASD.-HOLY
\J TRINITY CHURCH; Hector, Iho
Von. Archdeacon Woods, s. ^MARY'S
CHURCH: Rector,The Bishop. Services
In both churches every day. All Roats
free.   Both churches open afl day for pri-
W
C. T. U.-R15GULAR MEETING
every Wednesday afternoon at s
o'clock at tbo W. CT. II.Headquarters,
Douglas St.  Loyal Legion In tho same
8 luce every Friday afternoon.—Mhh. J AS
onninoham, President; Miss DkBeuk
SeereLuryi
A Pleasing Sense of Healft
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows tlio uso of Syrup of Egs, as ii
acta gently On tho
Kidneys, Liver 0 Bowms
Effeotnally Cleansing tho System *»lmu
Costivo or Bilious, Dis-wlling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and permanently curing
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION
without wealienu'B or irritating tho or-
cans on which it acts.
For solo In 75o bottles !,y all I.en«Un*-
Drugglsta.
t__tSBtV,0_i OKU' B. TUK
oalipoehia na syeup oo
HARDWARE
i-s-tubs. nn
ESTABLISHED 1R2.
Jas. Cunningham
COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Meteorological Beport for Week Ending
April JJIli, 1089.
MAX.    MIN.    HA1N.
Sunday fifl.0 50.0 0.71
Monday 69.0 47.0 0.12
Tuesday 01.0 48.0 0.12
Wednesday 01,0 51.0 fl.Il!
Thursday 'HO 4S0 0.HU
Friday 00.0 41.0
Saturday (10,0 40 0
Rain; cloudy; showers; liolos; sunshine.
A. PBELE.Capt'll,
When Btby wu sick, -we gate her Cattorla,
When aha wits a Child, she criod for Cautorto,
Whon she became illss, aha clang to Castoria,
When sht bad Children, sho gars them Cm tori*
Annual Meeting.
milE ANNUAL MEETING OF SHARK-
L   holders of the Wostminstor Woolen
Manufacturing-Company will bo hold on
Mondny, (Ills May, at 2:30 p. m.
By order of tho Preslden t,
J. N. DRAPER,
dmyltd Secretary,
QUEEN'S HOTEL!
Bill of Fare!
WEDNESDAY, MAY IST, 1889.
C TO 8:80 V, P.
SOUP.
Vermicelli, Rice-Tomato,
FX8R.
Broiled Salmon (Cream Sauce).
BOII<BX>.
Corned Beef k Cahbage.  Ham.  Tongue.
(Tomato   Sauce).
smsr-urztsxis.
Breast of Land) Breaded,
Beef Steal; and Kidney Pie.
Uogout of Boot with Vegetables,
ROAiST.
Sirloin of Beef, Baked Potatoes.
Lamb with Green Peas.
Baked Ox Heart with Dressing.
Boiled aud Mashed Potatoes,
Green Peas and Com.
SAl -\D.
Lobster Mayonnaise.
PA8TRY.
Cabinet Pudding.
Apple, Peach, and Custard Pie?.
FRUITS.
Assorted.
Ten, Coffee.
ipmp
HANK BUILMNGS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
[Telephone No, Go.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND,
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS.
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
Loudon and Lancashire Fire and
British   Umpire  Life Inmrance
Companies*.
New Westminster llullding Society.
Accomttiinl'r- Offlce, Dloeese of N.W.
City Auditors, 1880,188V and 1888.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN THE BUYING
AHD.SF.LLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE OITY AND DISTRICT,
ond other mouotary transactions.
Have several good investments on tlielr
Ijorii-siuul all new comers will do well to
call boforo doing businoss elsewhere.
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O. H. CIATKWOOD, U.D.S..
DURGEON DENTIST—A   Graduate   of
JO   llie Baltimore Dental CoIIpkg, In pr.'-
8ured to do all kinds of Dental work. ■ tif-
(-H over McLennan A McKeelj's hardware store, IM Cordova ftt., Vancouver,
a C. .lupHillo
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Silk, Taff ela & Lisle Thread Gloves,
Genuine Josephine Kid Gloves
In Black and Colors, with New Patent Fastener.
Silk Ribbons
In all the Newest Shades,
The P. D. -ft C. M» toets, Yatisi.
Dr. Warner's Health Corset
And other Celebrated Makes.
To -be Hacl at
1MPOKTEK OK
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,..
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTURER OF
-fir®.TIN& SHEET-IRON WARE.
CONTRACT* FOR
Iron Cornice Work, Cas-fittli ig,
Flnmbing, Booflnc-Kc
MASONIC BLOOK.
pOYS' CLOTHING.
We have now the most complete stock of Boys' and
Youths' Clothing on the Mainland. We have not 5,000 suits
but can supply all the boys of Westminster.
SEE OUR $2 SUIT, ITS A BEAUTY for the MONEY
SUITS, ANY PRICE UP TO 87.00.
BOYS' STRAW HAtfS.
Qood strong School Hats for 25 cts. All kinds in stock
from 10 to 75 cents. Parents should see our stock and fit
the boys for summer before May-day.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
dtc
4
COLUMBIA STREET.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
BBJ-JJBS, XXT
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY,
Xja"bxa*a.ox X/Xexxi-xisa,
*L*£aclcexel, Salt Cod,
^.rnao-ax's TJnc. Hams,
Armoiar's **"Txic. Bacon,
a^loax. "Bxan.. 'Slioxte,
urHIOHEST raiOES PAID FOR FAIIM PRODUCE.
■suwir Sooullar-Armitrong Blook, Columbia 8t.
2sriE"W stitles
FLANNELETTE
Lace Striped Lawns,
X.JkOm    ADy-D    Jk.X_.1P
MUSLIN CURTAINS
Jas. Ellard, Co
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, ft;S,
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-GInsses In steel, rubber, ailver and j-ull
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; all sights suited.
Special attention given to PINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having learud I lli i
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologera In Englaml- ami stnoq thrh
managed the watoh-repairiug departments of a few of the beat liniw on the e.-nti-
nent of America, is a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly in wager for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savago k Lyman, Mont^oit.
Charges Moderate, *
Montheai-, Dee,, 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Audw. Robertson, Esq., Ciialrmm of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker M'ho A', A so
well for me as yon did whon in Montreal, and I am sorry you arc not here to-day,"
dwapiato
D. S. CURTIS * CO. I
AGENTS   B. LAURANCE'S   SPEOTAOLE8.
Wholesale and Retail Droggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTISL, NEW WI5STJ1INSTEK, I). C.
GROCERIES
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
Clearing Out Sale!
-OF	
GENTS' CLOTHING
 AND	
HATS and CAPS.
w
EHAVE DETERMINED TO RETIRE FROM THIS BRANCH OF
our business, .the whole of our .vslllble room being required (or our In-
jing tr»do in GENERAL (ud FANCY Dit APERY, «to., and wo now offer our
entire stook of Geatlaaen's ClotMng and >*Uta«nd Cans forth, next
2 DISCOUNT OF 20 PER GENT.V fDR GASH.
nr Our Stook Is all new, woll selected and of first-olsss quality and stylo. '
<mils is . C1ENUINE SALE and the wholo stock must be cleared.
dwselHto
W. tk, C. WOLFENDEN,
Comer Columbia ts Mary Streets.
BON MARCH E.
• ,SPRlHt> AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER *- 8HADWELL.
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