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Array OovflrnmentPrinting ofi-
British
Columbian
VOLUME 0
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 16, 1889.
NUMBER 110
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
T. 0. ATKIHKUS,
[JAURISTER, B0L10IT0U, An. Onloos-
O Masonlo Building. Now wostmjusjer.
ilwlc
AKHSTltONG A 1CCKBTEIN,
BAJUUSTEItS,   SOLICITOUS,   ETC. -
Mnsonlo Building,   Say,- Westminster,}). 0. ihrmy'lo
W. NOUIIAN I1UI.H,    ..C'.,
BAItlllSTER-AT-LAW, LiNDAGENT.
Monoy In r,onn. oaloo-ulurUson Ht.,
Now Westminster, li. C. "le
,'ttiiecoi li», .ui-niLL .v tmsi,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITOUS, olo.   0111-
eos—Mnsonlo Buildings, Now West*
inlnstor, r.nil Viinonuvoi', 11. C.        dwlo
A. 0. BIIYDONE-JAOK, M. A ,
\TOTARY  PUBLIO, CONVEYANCER.
IN   Ae.  BnrrlBtor of the Now Brunswick
■. Supnjmo Court.    Ollloo   In Iho lliiniloy
1   Building, Columliln SI., ui>|ic,sllo llio Colonial Holol. ________
JOSEPH K, «AVlli'UIf, II.A..I.I..B.
GOLD MEDALIST of llio Unlvorslls o[
Dublin.    1IAURISTER-AT LAW of
i tholllgli Oourt of Justloo, Ireland. Ollloos,
.' Corner MoKeir/lo A Clarkson St"., Now
Westminster.
dwfoSlto
O. II. a ATE WOOD, IJ.l-.S.,
SUROEON DENTIST—A Graduhlo of
lhe Baltimore Dental College.!, prepared 111 do Hll kinds of llontiil work. "'■
(loo ovor MoLonniin ,. MflPeely's Hard-
wni'o store, Ml Cmiluvn SI., Viiiwrniwr.
II, C. iln|,aoin
A
O. \V. OttAKT,
ncHlTEcrr. -Office-Corner Mnry and
Olurltson HtK., ■.V-.-slmiii'-tei'.   dwlo
A! A UL tlllS,
(lllli-e—Hoora E. over
IJankoraG.lOolmnblaStrecl,Wost-
Cli'KV
i E0H1TE0TS.
WIM.IA  I 11. KINU,
AnC'lIITROT.SANITAnYENGINEER,
(te. Removed to Armsl roiiR'fl BIoolc,
Cnlnniblti Htroot, Westminster-Room
No. 2. dto
W. THIBAUDEAt*,
r AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS*
ijiniin. lluintey mm-k, KcwWoslmln*
.'er.ii. t.\ dinyl5to
A. V. (JOTTO.V,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
BURVICYOIt. O.Hce: Room J), Hank
I of It. tUiulMlii.;, V/estmlDBter, It. C.	
1 «. riVr&KURiGii,
J DEAL ESTATE BROKER and County
i  t\  Court Atreiit. Coinmlssioin-r. .\ot;iry
Public, Ac.   Renin eolleeied.   UllW-Me-
Kmr/ile Slreet, New WcslmInsK-r, 11, C.
T. J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
Columliln Street, Now Westminster.
All commissions will receivo prompt
and careful uiiviillau. Bent i-t-for'-iu-.--
given when require'!.     mlili1--.*-
TURNER, HBKTOS & CO.,
MERCHANTS. AVImrf BU, VlotOlln.
Afsonta /or Nortii Itrlllsh ami Mer*
cimlllo Iufiiirnnco Vo. for Mnliiland. IT.
C, Hektos & Co., :iil Kinsbuiy Ciivus, London, E.G. die
&
•mson
TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of the bost makes; Cross-cut St Hand-Saws,
lllirll-'il Wire for Fencing, anil all tho necessary Itclislls lor llirllllnj*!
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Blocks. Rope &€lmlii to all size-- Pitefi,
Tar A Oukiiuii Tarred and Plain Paper for Building; Paints & Oils
in all colors; Liquid Paints inallshadesi Floor Paints ready touse) Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper in all design,! Brooms & Brushes for all purposos-
lilllirii-iltitl-* Oilsi Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
ISO* Special attention given to orilcrB by mail.
t. j. rr*R^.*p*p so co.,
dwjlyStc Columbia Stuekt, Nkw Westminstbb,
llv.ixl  Estato Brokers nml
Fiiiunrlnl Agents.
AGENTS POR
(luiifcrterntlon Life Aasociatloil of
Toronto.
Uoj-nl nml l.uucnstit ve Flro Insurance Coinp.iulDH.
o*a»Val liable Lots for sale in the City
and District of Westminstor! and choice
Lois In tho City of Vancouver.
Persons wishing to buy or md! cltyor
rural property should comniuiilettto with
us.
OITlcos: Bunk of B.C. bnlldlng, opposite
ut-iKi.ii.nce. Wesiminster, mid Host Ings St.,
Viuicniiver. jA wa phltc
RAND BROS.
Hll. ESTATE'mtOKHBS,
Couv-j i-.ih-i-i-a, Collect or*.,
A ltd  InKnirnii.ce Agenta,
on'.ces ul.
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
McICoiinto mid Clarkson His.
VANaOUVER, Cordova Street.
LONDON .Kni-hn.d,
I  BUILDING LOTS for kiiIo In nl I BOCtlOUfl
of Vancouver and Nbw Westminstor Oily.
V FARM LANDS of superior nnallty for
nilo at Chilllwhack, Port Hammond,
Langley; Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay.Lnd-
nor's Landing, Lulu Island, Norlh Arm
and Pllii Rlvor,
Maps and Plans exhibited and thofull-
Dst information furnlsliodatnll onroiHces,
w. bovillT
Real Estate Agent
AND CONVEYANCER.
NEW -^STMINSTERi-Ofltoo, Mackenzie Stroet.
VANCOUVER:--omce, Abbott Street,
near Cordova Htroot.
' Full List of City and Suburban Properly. „
1   Particular attention paid   io Farming
iLtinds.
Accunito Information to correspond-
jents. dwinyflyl
ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
Civil Engineers, Land Surveyors-a, Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
FINANCIAL, SHIPPING & COMMISSION AGENTS
Mre, Life A Marine IiiHuruncc.
Columbia ^t,, - Opp-Coi-omiai. Hotei,
'      new westminster, b. c.
i/iive personal and prompt at-
\y tension to all professional ordors ami
tender I lu-lr BOrvlflOS to residents and noil-
residents hiivingGltynrCoiinlry Pmpeity
Indispose of or desli Ing profltdblo llivc-il-
ui out,
Our ll**'s of eligllilpp'operllcsnrceom-
prohonslYennuoonstantlyrei'eivingadiil-
flons.and imr favoraldo eastern connlw-
lions bptll In Caiinda and llio Atlautlo
States glvo us unusual facilities fur businoss,
Special attention will bo paid lo tho
purchase and Inspection of Lumber tor
Hlilpmcntto foreign pons. Touiiiii'imIhi--
tcrct and general shlppin''business i inn;*
noted. dwnplyl
•JVEaUSS-RQ.
Macpherson k Thomson
Of Ontario nnd Marquette, Michigan,
hnvo opened n
GRANT A MACLURE.
Boots & Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
-J-,    Sis   MANSON's
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
«!oliiinlii!i Street, ■ New Westminster.
fvA.£j
FjESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THE ARRIVAL, from
I   England, of
ma ~z_i _w      &a at® mn mm mn
Including the Latest Styles in LADIES' TRIMMED and UN-
TRIMMED HATS and BONNETS and MILLINERY
GOODS of every description. Also—a fiesli stock of BOYS'
and MEN'S FELT and STRAW HATS, SCARFS, SHIRTS,,
BRACES, &c, which arc specially worthy of attention ; all being
offered at lowest possible prices.
dso28to Columbia St., Next Colonial Hotel.
RAND BR'
Real Estate,
race an
ikCSrIGIXrTS-.
NEW WESTMINSTER, ^Z^S^tT
VANCOUVER,
CORNER CORDOVA AND
ABBOTT 8TREET8.
—AND—
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET
LONDON, ENG. ^.cannon st,
III THE HOLBROOK BLOOK,
Columbia Street, % doors Enst
of Telegraph Oflice.
They liavo it complete nssortmcot of
overylhlnn usunlly found In u liiKi-ilitvs
Drut,' Storo, coiiiprlsliiii pure and 'resh
DRUQS, CHEMICALS,
PATENT MEDICINES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND
AMERICAN PERFUMES.
Physicians' proscriptions oorofullyeom-
pouinloil clay am! nluht, fcCTillm
WANTED--TO BENT.
AN IMPItOVHD FARM,   l-'or full «ar-
tleulnnt, apply In writing to l\ O, liox
■17, Now Wostmlnster. dwmyTinl
T-10UH KXOELLRNT HOOSIS [sultitblo
4   forolllcesl hi I unit of 11, 6. llulhllng
[lilted Willi gas nnd boated with hot wator].   Hi'iil, from 310 to UH! per moiitli euch.
Applyto I, B, KWHEH,
dmyiftw!! Manager Bank ot B. 0,
Farming Lands^Town Lots
OF fUl DESCRIPTIONS i-OR SALE.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. Ainiirveiof
purlt.y,Btren)ith und wholesoraeiieu-t. More
economlenl tlian the ordinary kinds, and
cannot bo eold In cornpc Itlon with the
multitude of low test, abort, weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans,
Royal Baking Powder Co-.lQf) Wall St.,
New York. 8f«rty
FOR   SALE.
A YOUNG iibiisiii aoon A BOUND;
will work slne;lo ortlouhlo.  Apply
to SHERIFF AltMSTBOBO.     dniyTlii 1
TO RENT.
rilHB STOnR FORMERLY OOOUPIED
I    by Foulds A Co., In the Masonic and
Od i Fellows' Block, Now Westminster.-
Apply to                         WM. MCCOLL.
 dapgto	
NewWestminster Gas Go
A LIMITED NUMBER OF   SHARE9
In tbo above Company for sale.—
Applyto DAVIO MORRIS,
Soo.-TreaH. A Manager.
New West., May 8,1S80. diuySml
FOR SALE.
mENDERSWILLBE RECEIVED UPTO
X the 4th of Juno next for the purchase
of
Lots 101 & Ute, Croup One,
NowWeslmlnstor District, subject to three
overdue mortgagee tlioreon, nmountlng
In nil, with Interest, to 82,775.00.
Tbo highest or any tender not ucclkvv.i-
ilyuecepted.   Byorder,
W. n. FALDING,
dmy2ml District Registrar S.C.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia ami Trout Sis.,
in contral portion of the eity; nevcr-il
buildings bring gooil rent—?-J"2.000.00.
Lob 'I, Block 7, near Lytton Square,
00x132 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Front Sta.-S6.000.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St.,."13x60 foot—
$1,000.00,
Also—Lot ami Building with stock of
Gooda. one of tho best businoss stands
in tho city.
ImprovedRcsidential Property
Lot 15, Block 13; two houses routed at
paying figures-?*, BOO. 00.
House and Lot on Lorno St., noar Columbia—81260.00.
Lots 4, 5 k fl, Bloek 11); good house,
garden, ko.; choice1 residence property
-85,250,00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St.; fenced and
cleared -§1500.00.
House and Lot on Columbia St.;-ono of
tlio finest residences in tho city—§7,-
000.00.
House and Lot on Royal Avonuo, near
Douglas St,-82,O00,O0.
Houso nnd 3 Lota, cornor Royal Avenue
and St. Patrick'-* St.; no bettor resi*
donee Bito in tho city-S10,000,00.
1 aoro, with 7 Iioiibcb, near tho Park-
96,000.00.
Plants for Sale!
« "££ 353 -A. IP
AT THK
CrrBeiiliousBS, Douglas Streot
IN GREAT VAUIBTY, I NCI, U DISCI,
C1ERANIUM8, Doublo and Single; PU-
f CHIAS, all new varieties: IiURI'X
Double PETUNIAS, MOON-Fl/UVKlis;
u fine collection of DAHLIAS (namod
varieties). ANNUALS, 25 cts. per doz.
Mixed BEDDING PLANTS, 81.60 per doz.
I offer 10 Plants for 31, Including I Storm
King Fuehla. l'niiqiiets. Wreaths and
Crosses mado to ordor. Fruit, Vegetables
and Flowers at Store, noxt City Hotel, Columbia St. Orders by mail promptly attended to.     L-lwupsyi]     r. LvillAM.
TERRIBLE FIRE
At (Jiieboc, and Hundreds of People
Hcndcrcd Homeless.  Heroic
Efforts of the Military.
Slid Di'ittli in a Burning Building
<  of Major Short and Sergeant
Wallaek of "B" Battery.
S. S. Alaskan Foundered.--Bishop,
the Mind Reader, Said to have
heen Carved Alive.
-THE-
ntral Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWART-f CASH, PROPRIETORS
J. J. WILSON, - MANACER,
Rates, $1.00 aud $1.50 i>i-s- Day,
ACCORDING TO ltOO'l.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OR MONTH.
»*- Parties supplied Willi till kinds of
ICE-CREAM. dmylml
Chemists & Druggists,
QUEEN'S HOTEL BLOOK       ■       NEWWESTMINSTER
A CHOICE LINE Ol'*
Brushes,     Perfumes,
Combs,       Sachet Powtl'rs
Soaps,
TOILET    ARTICM2S.
Proscriptions tirnl Family Recipes carefully dispensed from pure Drugs,
•ilaltt Kill B'taMlimcc. dnpllo
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, r.loclt 28; corner lot on Agnes Ht,;
fino resilience sito -81200.00.
Lots 1,11 St. Andrew's St., near Quoeu's
Aveuue—5600.00 each.
Lota on Montreal, Douglas anil Hall-
fax Sts., near Clinton St.l fino views
and woll situated—9850.00, 8375.00,
S500.00.
Lot oil Melbourne St., near Clintol" -
$00.00.
Lot 0, Suli-Blool: 10; fine residenco lots-
82"i0.00.
Lots on l'clliam St., near Mnry-SfiOO.OO
each.
Lot oh Pelham St., near St. Andrew's;
line sitc-5500.00.
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne--
8350.00.
Lot In St. Andrew's Sqtiaro-WOO.OO.
Lots In Block fronting on North Arn
roadi finest chanco ln tho market fo;
residenco or speculation— Si25.00 ti
8175.00.
Lots In Subdivision of Lot 11, snb-Blool
12—JflO.OO to 8125.00.
Lot. in Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Block
13-8100.00 eaeh.
Lots In Wostminstor Addition nt 815.00
to 850.00.
I
SB   CO.
INSURANCE
\  A** 11 '
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating to
li oal Estate.
—AGENTS FOIt—
London ABBuranco Corporation,
Connecticut Flro Insurance Co. of
Hartford.
London nnd Lancashire Ltfo Assurance Co.
Canton Insurance Offlco, Ld. (Marine)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
ilwieHyl
A TKKKIIlUi PIKE.
Qukuec, May 10,—The most disastrous tire that lins visited Qui-beu for
Beverul years broke uut ahout midnight und has already destroyed n
groat part of St, Lauveur, partly be-
cause thero was another tiro in Bt.
llot-ho at the timo and partly because
tho people of Sb, L-iuvuev havo always
refused to pay thu necossnry taxes for
the introduction of proper water works.
Neither the volunteer fireman of^ho
placo ni.i' tho Quebec city brigrarlo,
who were sent to tin- assistance, were
able to copo with the (treat velocity
amongst the wooden buildings, of wliich
St. Lauveur is principally composed,
the lire sweeping out of existence nearly all the buildings comprised between
the parieli church, nt the extreme
western limits of the municipality and
tho river St. Charles. Hundreds of
poverty stricken families ure homeless
uud are camped out un the outskirts of
the town under a drizzling rain.
About two o'clock the men of "B"
battory under Lieut. Onl. Montizun-
liurt marched down to aid in extinguishing the fire. After heroically
working at the blazing house**, hub
without avail for somo hours, they determined to try blowing up tome of
tho buildings iu order to prevent lhe
lire spreading further. Aftei* blowing
up 2 or 3 successfully they tried
nnuthor, but by some mishap the keg
of gunpowder exploded whilo Major
Short and Sergeant Wullucl*. wore still
in the building. Tho bystanders were
horrified to tind that tho burning debris had completely covered tho two
unfortunates. Every possible effort
wufl mado to recover their bodies, and
Sergeant Wallaok'n all but lifeless body
was booh extracted, bathed in blood,
his right foot torn asunder and tho
bone uud muscle.-! of his arms laid bare,
while almost all tho akin was torn from
his body which was terribly begrimed
by tho powder. But thu major's body
was covered lo such a depth by a nns-i
of wood enveloped it) flumes thut it was
impossible, despite the stronuousefforts
mndo by the men, to recover it. Sergt.
Wallaek was a universal favorite
amount the men and occupied tho
post of riding master to the battery. It
was truly pitiful lo see tho ofiicers and
men break down when thoy understood
that thoir colonel-major was no more.
Capt. Farley wept liko a child aud
captains Fages and Rutherford wero
almost overwhelmed with grief, whilo
the mon stood round m groups
with their arms folded and
tears iu their eyes hardly ablo
to comprehend what bad happened.
Major Short's body was not recovered
till nearly ten o'clock, and then moro
than half cremated. Mrs. Short is in
Kingston. Tho firo destroyed over
500 houses, involving a, loss of $150,*
000. At 10.30 Iho fire whioh it was
supposed hnd been checked started
iignm and is now burning fiercely.
THE WliATHBB,
San Francisco, May 10.-—Light
rain followed by fair weather predicted
for Oregon and Washington for succeeding 24 hours.
'FRISCO hOTES.
The bark J. D, Peters, coal laden,
seventy days overdue, aud which
had beon given up for lost, arrived
from Now Castle, New South Wales
last night; tho cause of hor long delay
waslij-ht winds during their entire
passage.
Harvey Sparks, grain merchant, of
this city, and father-in-law of Daniel
Dougherty, the silver tongued orator of
Now York, who placed Grover Cleveland in nomination atthe last democratic presidential convention, is dead.
A BAH.IIOAI)   ACCIDENT.
Pmsnutto, Pa., May 10.—Early
this morning a passenger train on the
the Pittsburg, Virginia & Charleston
Railway, sroing nt a high rate of speed,
collided with a gravel train Btanding
on the main track, nearby tbo sUiiun.
The firemen wero very seriously injured, oue on thu head, the skull fractured of another, and both legs broken,
and a third has his side crushed in.
The latter two and tho navvies who
were injured wero removed to West
Pennsylvania hospital,
ROBBED AND MURDERED.
Topeka Kansas, May Hi.—Word
has boon received that Supt. W.
Richard hns been murdered in his
office, at Carthago Minos, by two
Moxicans, who also robbed tbo safe of
§7000. OQicors aro in pursuit of tho
murderers, who will be lynched if
caught.
""OURED IT DOWN."
Chicago, May 16.—Timothy Sullivan and Thorns Curtis, ugod 18 und 19
respectively, drank themselves to
death with a bucketful of whiskey yesterday.
SHIPPING,
San Francisco, May 10.*— Arrived: Steumer San Mateo, Departure
Ray; Rurk, Henry Beluk, Tacoma,
Sailed; Steamer Silver Spring and
Barkontine- J. M. Griffith, Port Had-
lock,
THE CEREAL.
San Francisco, May 16.—Wjieat
bull; buyer '80,130J.
New Xohk, May 10,—Wheat quiet;
May, 82£; June, 82|; July, 84J.
Chicaoo, May 10.—Wheat quiet;
May, 82; Juno, 81; July,70i.
Liverpool, May 10. —Wheat dull;
Cala., 0s. Bid..
AN ELECTION DODOE.
Rorton, May 10,—Tho Boston
stockholders of the Oregon Transcontinental say that tho increase of capital stock was made to give Henry Vil-
lnrd unquestionable control of the approaching Oregon Transcontinental
election,
PRESIDENT'S   APPOINTMENT.
Washington, Mny 10,—Tho president today made the following appointments : Salomon Hirsoh, of
Oregon, minister to Turkey; Clark
Clar, of Illinois, minister, resident and
consul-general to Denmark; Henry W.
Severano, of California, consul-general
at Honolulu; John Jarret, of Pennsylvania, consul at Birmington; Thomas
11. Sherman, of District Columbia,
U. S. consul at Liverpool.
CASTING: BOX EXPLODES.
San Francisco, May 10.-A small
casting box explodes in tho molders
department of tho Union Iron works
last night, severely burning eleven
molders and helpers, who were attending to tho ladles; one t,f tho men
will probably lose his sight.
THE ALASKAN FOUNDERED.
Portland, Or., May 10.—The str.
Alaskan, foundered oil'Capo Rhinco on
tho 13th. The captain and 11 men
were saved. The boats ate out lull of
men and have not been heard from
PARALLELING THE N. P. it.
New Vork, May 10.—President
Adams uf the Union Paciiic is receiving estimates for a line to parallel the
Northern Pacific from Portland to
Seattle.
U. 8. MINISTER FOR RUSSIA DEAD.
New York, May 10.—Allen Thorn-
dyke Rice- newly appointed minister
to Russia; died ut tho Fifth Avenuo
hotel this morning, from affection of
tho throat.
THEATRE   BURNED.
Worcester, Mass., May 10.—The
Worcester theatre was burned tu the
ground early this morning. Morrison
& Co. played Faust last night, and
lost ull property, costumes, etc. The
Bay State hotel in closo proximity was
saved, but was for some timo in danger,
guests and servants fleeing to the sidewalk.   No one was injured,
BOLIVIA AT  WASHINOTON.
Washinoton, May 10 —The seen--
tary of atate is informed that Bolivia
will presently establish a legation of
tho lirst- class at Washington, and wili
send a delegate to the marine conference, whieh meets here Oct. 4th next.
A DESERVED TE5TIMONIA L.
London, May 10.—It is expected a
largo sum will bo raised for ihe testimonial to Capt. Murray, officers and
crow, of the steamship Missouri, which
rescued the Denmark's passengers.
The lord mayor has charge of tho subscription, and will present the testimonial in the mansion house. Lloyds
havo subscribed £000.
BOULANGER   DENIES.
London, May 10.—General Boulanger, emphatically denies the report
put forward by his enemies that his sou
Is engaged to Contess Doliari, siBter*in-
law of Tuug  "Bomba," of 'Naples.
A SUGAR REFINERY CLOSES DOWN.
London, May 10.—ln ccmsoquenco
of high prices for raw sugar, tho largest
refinery in Greenock has been closed.
THE WESTPHALIA STRIKERS.
Berlin, May 10.-—Emperor William
to-day received und listened to n deputation of Westphalia mine owners,
whoso employes are on striko. Members of the strikers' committee are
quarrelling over the division of funds,
received from sympathizers for tho
striker's support. To-day one of the
committee was stabbed.
HORRIBLE, IF TRUE.
New York, May 15.—The wife of
Washington Irving Bishop, tho deceased mind reader, solemnly affirms
that the autopsy yesterday was made
while Bishop wus in a trance. She
characterizes tho autopsy as a horrible
butchery. "Do you mean that ho wa*
alive when the autopsy was mndo?"
she was nsked. **1 certainly think so.
He had cataleptic attack onco in Malta
that lasted 43 hours and he was given
up for dead. Ho hus told me hundreds of times never to let a knife
touch him till he wus decomposed. He
had a horror of being buried alivo, and
I consider that autopsy to have been
a cruel f-humeless outrage, to sny the
least. '-What motive could lliey have
had?" '*They wanted Ins brain, and
seeiug him insensible wanted to be tlio
first to look at it. It k horrible, horrible."
FUNDS FOR A STATUE TO GRRELY,
New York, May 15.—The typographical union, No. six, and Hornce
Greely P"St of Grand Army of the Republic, organized a special movement
lust night to raise funds for a fitting
statue to Greely. A systematic appeal
to printers and the editorial fraternity
of U. S. will be made in order thnt tlio
monument may have more of the
character uf national than local tribute.
REVOKED AND SUSPENDED
Seattle, .W. T., May IB.-Thii
afternoon local inspectors Bullene nnd
Bryant rendered a decision in the
ferry City of Seattle and O.R. <& N.
str. Hayward collision case, uf May
2nd. The liceiiBO of Capt. Green, of
the Cily of Seattle, wns revoked, and
Ciipt, Oliver, of the Hay ward, suspended fur thirty days.
THE   GEIIMAN   S.VBIKES.
Berlin, May 34.—Tho bom mitteo
of Westphalia strikers has caused tho
posting of plucarda throughout tho
districts affected hy tho strike urging
tho maintenance uf pence. The walls
of the various towns are also placarded
with warnings to the peacofnl citii-ens
to remain in doors after suiiDet. A
number of placard*, which havo been
posted in cunnpictious places inciting
the strikers to nets of violence, are
variously attributed to tho mining
musters and socialists. Tho women
throughout the disturbed districts are
generally opposed to tlie strikers and
(heir influence has induced a few mon
to attempt to resume work. Distress
is beginning to be felt in the families
of the strikers and the committee has
issued an appeal for funds for their relief. Tho Westphnlian newspapers
have nearly till opened .subscription
lists to obtain money for tho strikers'
families. It is estimated that tho
strikers and thoso dependent upon
them for support numbor 100,000 persons. Hundreds of mon have resumed
work under the protection of a strong
military forco and many othors nro
wavering. The employers in tho Wit-
ten district havo offered to increase
the wages of their employees but not
to shorten the hours, The offer will
possibly bo nccepted. Ono hundred
and twenty cargoes of coal wero ordered
from England to-dny,
THE ABORTION CASE,
lU-ginu vs. Dr. LangU and Arthur
Sullivan, for Abortion, Beforo
the Adjourned Assizes.
PERSONAL.
Theo.  Davie,  Q. C, M. P. P.,. of
Victoria, is in tho oity and  registered
nt the Queen's,
Hon. Wm. J. Stairs and wife, Mrs.
Sutherland and Charles Macdonald,
ull of Halifax, arrived yuslorday, reins*
tcving at the Colonial, nnd left again
by tbe noon train for tlie east to-day.
Much Public Interest Manifested—
The Court Room Crowded.—
Mr. Hog-ff's Testimony.
The court of assize, adjourned from
tho 8th inst., re-ussombled this morning at 11.30 o'clock,
Tho case of Region rs Lmgis and
Sullivan, for procuring abortion, tho
only remaining case to bu tried, oxcit-
ed more intorest than uny case thut
lias been before the oourt fur many
yeure. Tho public curiosity wns ho
great tlmt the court room was by no
moans largo enough to hold all who
were anxious to listen fo tho proceedings, and many wero unablo to gain
admittance, Those who wore so fortunate us to arrive early enough to obtain-.-eats clung to them most heroically throughout the day. Tho arrival
ut the train from Vancouver broui-ht
many tu swell theulrotidylurgo throng
The array of legal talotit was the
largest nnd most distinguished assembled at tho bar in mnny years. For
the defence were Mr. Theo. Davie, Q.
C.,of Victoria, Mr. A. J. McColl
(Corbould, McColl and JounBj, Mr. T.
C. Atkinson of this city, and Mr. John
Boultbeo of Vancouvor. For tlio
prosecution, Mr. D. M. Eberts, nf
Victoria, represented Ihe crown, ami
with him was associated Mr. A. St. G.
HammerBley, of Vancouver.
Before tho proceedings commenced
Mr. Ebeits roso and introduced Mr.
Hummersley, who has lately been admitted to the bar of the province, to
the bench.
His lordship welcomed tho now practitioner in a few kind words.
The roll of the petit jury was called
and Alex. Struthers failed to answer
to hi3 name, A summons was ordered
to bo made out against him.
The case beforo the court wus thon
called and both prisoners pleaded not
guilty.
The work of choosing jurymen proceeded Blowly, and so mnny jurors were
challenged the list was exhausted, and
it becamo tho duty of the sheriff to
summon jurors from persons present
in court. This caused a little excitement and a rush wns mndo for the
door, but Mr. Moresby ordored it to
bo closed, and disappointment aud
anxiety mingled clouded many a brow.
Sixteen names were selected, out of
which tho following were added to bhe
jury: Rubert Keory, J. D. Gillis, F.
Stirsky, H. W. Bonson. When bhe
doors wore re-opened a general Btaui-
pedo for the open air took place, which
caused his lordship to remark that it
looked like a panic.
The jury ns finally empanelled was:
F. Stirsky (foreman), Robt. E. Hemphill, H. W. Bonson, Robt ICcery,  J.
D. Gillis, A. R. Partridge, Jas. J.
Mulhnll. J. S. McFarlane, Alex. De-
Rose, Wm. Ralph, Archibald McNeil,
Alex. Johnston.
The court then adjourned, at 12:40,
for onohour.
The court re-assembled at 1:45 p.m.
Both prisoners, to all appearance,
as they stood in Iho dock, looked confident and by no means downhearted.
Air. Hummersley opened (ho case
for the prosecution and addressed the
jury in that behalf. He snid evidence
would be produced which would convince them that tho prisoners were
guilty. Langis wn3 accused of procuring abortion, upon tho solicitation
of Sullivan, and Sullivan was accused
of being an accessory before the fact.
Mr. llaminersley then reviewed the
case shortly, explaining tho first nc
quaiutunct) of Mrs. Ho'jg with Sullivan, and tho subsequent results
which came out of it. Tho discovery
by Mr. Hong, of the shameless intercourse between his wife and Sullivan
was explained, and tho final confession of Mrs Hngg, which brought, the
matter beforo the court. Mr. Ham-
mci'sley said he would nlso prove that
Mrs. H>gg bad lately been approached
and a sum of money offered her to
leave the country (sensation) Tho
crown concluded by asking the jury to
pity close attention to tho caBe, lay nil
personal feelings aside, and judge with
impartiality.
James Hogg was then called, and
being Bworn said.1 I am tho husband of
Amanda Hogg; I remember October
of last year and have known Sullivan
longer than tbat; had noticed familiarity between Snllivun ond my wifo;
lusted till 9th of April; on that date
my wife said she wus going to Carrall
streot to a dry goods store; I went to
a window ou tho cast side of my studio;
and a minute later I saw my wifo pass
by and down the alloy running ulong
tho outside of Sullivan's hull. Sho
went up tho Btops and entered tho hall
and closed tho door. 1 followed her
a minute afterwards nnd tried to get
in iho hnll, but the door was fastened
and I did not succeed, though I tried
several times; I then went down tho
steps a little bit, nnd ant down nnd
waited. A quartor of nu hour Inter
I heard a noise ut tho door as
if someone wns unfastening it, and then
my wife put her head outside, ns if to
seo if anyone wub nbout. 1 immediately wont up, and my wife anked,
•'what's tho trouble?" I passed inside
and saw Sullivan rushing out of the
ante-room and making for tho main
hall; followed him, but on reaching
tho hall he was nowhere to bo seen;
found Sullivan nfter a search in a
small room; I said, "I'll make this
doar work for you both;" Sullivan said
"Oh, Mr. Hogg, Oh, Mr. Hogg," several times; I then left the hall aud my
wifo and Sullivan remained for a fow
minutes, when my wifo came to tho
studio; I do not know if my wife slept
in the houso that night; I took my two
children away and left them at my
brother's bouse, I went back and
took tho third child away. (Horo
the witness completely broke down,
and wept, explaining that ho
could not bear to think of the
affair when the disgrace to tho children entered his mind). I stopped at
my brother's that night; my wife went
to Rev. Mr. RobsonYsj sinco the 9th
of April 1 have had nothing whatever to
do with my wife; havo given her money;
on the 18th ahe camo to my studio, and
we had a convert-at ion. Sho snid she
waB innocent. In consequence of
tho conversation I consulted Mr,
Hummersley and laid an information
against Dr. Langis and Sullivan; never
knew Langis l.efore 7th of Mnrch.
I went to Dr. Langis' house and told
him my wifo had called two days be
foro to consult him on the subject of a
miscarriage; I told him . the trouble
seemed to bo comiti*.' on, and Bhe wanted him up immediately. Ho seemed
ta know about the case and expressed
no surprise; half an hour later he came
to my house and attended to my wifo;
wns there ob the time, and in the room;
on entering the room ho suid "Good
morning;" lie made an examination,
but gave no remedies while I was
there; he stayed about 4 hours; ho
went out onco for about ten
minutes, and during that timo
the miscarriage took place; Mra.
Wm. Hogg was present at tho time;
the date was March 7th; the first timo
1 noticed my wifo to be ill wus on the
0th of March, when sho took to bed;
on the 5th she camo into my studio
and said bhe hud been to seo Dr, Langis; she luoked very bad. During the
fall -Lltd winter Sullivan was very
friendly with me, and camo into the
gallery often; he was at my house
soveral times, and one night I saw him
at the door with Mrs, Hogg.
Cross-examined by Mr. Davio : Sullivan was my landlord; 1 arrived in the
proviuoo about 18 months ago, from
MeBfonl, Ont., whero_L„marrietL my
wife 8 years ngo. Wo havo one
chihl; my wife had one or two mis-
cart inges in Menford; my wifo has beon
pregnant five times since our marriage; I am a member of the Methodist
Ctiuroh; a month after I arrived in tho
country I became acquainted with
Sullivan. Sullivan's hnll is next to
my gallery; tho hall is let to
secret societies, and wns used for
meetings; Sullivan lived until
lately un Cordova street, almost opposite the hall; I mice went on a
pleasure excursion with the Sullivan's;
my wife was along. My wife might
have complained to me of sickness in
November last; 1 think she said her
courses had stopped, and I got some
medicine from Dr. Herbing; in December she complained of not being
well; I remember the Madrigal concert, but 1 do not remember whether
my wife was too ill or not to go. I had
soveral conversations with my
wife on her familiarity with Sullivan,
and sho expressed great anger when I
accused hor of infidelity; ray wifo complained to mo that tho miscarriage waa
brought about by fulling down at Mr.
Abrey's house; on tho 6th I went to
find Dr. Langis, but he was not there,
and I left word with Dr. McGuigan, as
my wife wub very partioular about having Dr. Langis; on the 5th my wife
said she expected a miscarriage; Mrs.
Wm. Hogg was ray wife'a nnrso when
my wifo was sick; 1 was in the room
when my wife was being examined; I
saw what was brought away from my
wife; my wifo was ill for a week; tho
doctor's bill was $25; it was between 5
and 0 o'clock in tho evening when ray
wife went up to Sullivan's hall; saw her in
tho alley and on tho steps; I suspected
my wife and watched hor; that was
how I happened to bo on the lookout
ut tho window; she was in tho hall
about 20 minutes beforo tho dour was
opened; my wifo put her head out and
looked round; my wife denies lhat
there was a criminal intimacy on thut
occasion, though Sullivan tried to induce her to yield to him; I went to
Mr. Robson that night; my wife was
thero and strongly denied criminality;
I laid a complaint against my wife bo-
fore the Methodist ohurch (document
produced); that is my hand writing and
signature; after making Sullivan's acquaintance my wifo became more
brutal to mo and moro course in her
language; I am uot living with my
wife at tlio present timo; 1 would not
swear to her writing (letter produced);
Bhe acknowledges herself to that letter;
tho first time I saw it was in the police
court. (Horo Mr. Davio read the
letter written by Mrs. Hogg to Sullivan.) This letter was given Dr. Langis to give to Sullivan,
Cross-examined by Mr. Hummersley:
My wife has enjoyed good health since
the birth of the last boy, some four
yours ago. Tho chargo was laid by
me, according to a rule of the churoh.
This concluded Mr, Hogg's examination, after whioh Mrs. Hogg was put
in the box, and her evidence was proceeding as we went to press.
UTE CANADIAN NEWS.
A German named Cramer was instantly killed yesterday, at Cameron &
Kennedy's mill, Rat Portage, by the
breaking of a single saw.
A brakeman namod -lames Duncan
was missing from the Atlantic express,
when it arrived at Port Arthur, Monday night. The body wub found near
Kamiuistiqui. It is supposed he fell
frum tho truin and was instantly killed.
A letter has been received from P.
D. Kniiga, captain of the Parseo Indian
cricketers, stating that it will be impossible for them to visit America this
year, as the season is earlier than anticipated. If satisfactory arrangements ean bo mado the Parsoes will
como noxt year.
A special trnin convoying Dr. Webb,
Vnudcrbilt's son-in-law nnd a party of
New Yorkers, arrived at 4:30 o'clock
yosterdny morning, at Winnipeg, and
left shortly after for Vnncouvor, where
they tnke a special Bteamer for Alaska.
Thoy travel in an elegant train with
Wagner cars. They expect to roach
Victorin on Friday night.
Judgo Lornngcr, of Montreal, gavo
judgment in tho motion of tho attorney for tho Jesuits, striking out certain
portions of tho Mail's plen. He ordered thnt ull pleas bo struck out except that relating to the constitutionality of the act, which should bo allowed to go ahead. This, is quite a
victory for the Mail, ns their principal
object was to secure tho right to fight
the constiutionality of the aet, and
this they gained.
Maple Bldge Memorial Service.
A memorial service was held here
on Sunday last (May 12th) in memo-
riam of Rev. R. B. Hemlaw and the
children who died from diphtheria during tho winter. The Rev, Mr, Stevena
officiated, selcoting for hiB text a verse
from tho 14th chapter of Job: --Man
dieth and western away; yea, man
giveth up the ghost, nnd where is he?"
Tho choir rendered touching and suit*
able musical selections at intervals,
led by Miss J. Trembath. The service wob polemn, and all joined in
commf-morating one who had labored
so well in the Methodist cause here.—
Com.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla ■   "    ' ,  =*=•?*■
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I-t»ueit every YVe-lncMluy Morning.
celivered lu the city, per year. 3:*-00
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ifciUI) Stilish fiolitmbimi
iliursiluy I'venlns, May IU, 1S89.
Tho ratepayers of Victoria have
passed tho two by-laws voted on
Tuesday, involving tho borrowing
and guaranteeing of interest on a
total of §£5,000, to bo spent on street
improvements—$10,000 for an electric street railway, and 845,000 for
streets and bridges within the city.
The by-laws woro both carried by
large majorities. It lias been apparent right along thnt this would be thn
result: Victoria has waked up lately
in good earnest and ber citizens havo
no intention of "getting left," if enterprise and decision will enable them
to hold their own and forgo ahead,
Thoy recognize that in this stago of
the province's development it city
that doesn't get out of tho old ruts
and provido itself with modern conveniences, and necessaries will bo
hopelessly side-tracked and put out
of the running in no time. Speaking of tho polling day, the Colonist
of Wednesday says: "Tlio obstructionists were nowhere yesterday, tho
mossbucks had almost disappeared.
The spirit of progress pervaded tbe
city." Happy are tho people that
are in such a case, wo would say.
The capital city is to be congratulated on the passing of these by-laws,
and on the spirit of its citizens
which is apparent in the healthy
majorities given, May the ratepayers of the royal city do as' well,
when their turn conies—on the 13th
of June next.
The council, we think, havo nctcd
wisely in   arranging to   have  tho
forthcoming voto of the ratepayers
taken concurrently (on the 13th of
Juno next) on the "Streets and Park
Debenture By-law" and the "Water
Works Debenture By law,"   In any
event   both   these   schemes  would
have  to be kept in mind in voting
for either, and  by considering both
at the same time all misunderstanding will bo obviated and an opportunity given for decision and action
by the ratepayers based upon a com
prehensive survey of tho wholo h'eld
of  proposed  civic enterprises nnd
improvements   for   tiio year.   Tho
aims and the more salient features
of the two by-laws, which wo published for the first time yesterday,
aro pretty well known to our readers already, having been discussed
and explained to a considerable extent   in  these columns before, and
wo believe lhat the intelligence of
tho ratepayers leads them to regard
both with favor.   Tho $85,000 for
street   and  park improvements is
apportioned in tho by-law in a way
that shows careful consideration on
tho part of the council for the interests of  the various sections of tbe
city, and should commend itself to
tho judgment and favor of the rato
payer*?.   Of   the   815,000  for the
park, $3,000, it will be seen, is to
bo refunded to the' general revenue
account of the city—that being iho
amount already spent on park work.
With the remaining $12,000 a portion of tho park will be thoroughly
cleared  and fenced, laid   off into
athletic grounds, ko,, and grounds
and buildings prepared for the forth
coming  provincial exhibition; the
necessary amount for this purpose)
and for otherwise furthering tho exhibition,will, it is anticipated,be supplemented by private subscription.
It can  hardly  bo argued  by   one
having the best interosts of the city
at heart that the 885,000 proposed
to bo borrowed for street and park
improvements is not urgently needed
at this particular timo nor that  tho
expenditure will not bo woll placed
and    amply   justified.      In    the
mutter   of   the   water works   bylaw, our   readers  aro awaro that,
about two months sinco the counoil   concluded   very   favorablo   ar
rangements   for  tlie city with the
Coquitlam Water Works Company,
thereby securing tlio sob control and
right in this splendid water supply
for the city.   The water works debenture bylaw to be submitted to
the ratepayers on tbo 13th of June,
ia for   the  purpose, as set forth in
tho preamble, of raising tbo sum of
§200,000, necessary for completing
the works  and   making the water
supply available for the city.  It has
been carefully computed by competent authority that tlio sum mentioned will complete the works, and
the rato roquired for interest and
sinking  fund, five and five-eighths
mills on the dollar, will not constitute an additional tax in tho ordinary sense, as tho water rate will,
it    is    reasonably    expected,   be
sufficient   almost   from   the   first
to   meet   both   interest and sinking   fund,   and   eventually  form
a   source   of    revenue    for   tlie
oity.   It will thus he seen that the
only actual addition to the assessment of tho city by tho passing of
tho two by-laws will be tho two and
two-fifths mills on tho dollar of the
streets and park debenture by-Ia-v.
The benefits to bo recoivod will infinitely counterbalance thia trifling
increase in taxation, and wo believe
that  this is the view that will be
taken  of  tho matter by the largo
majority of the ratepayers.
The latest in connection with the
Irish question   is  tho  suggestion,
which seems   to   be regarded with
favor  by almost every ono  except
the queen, that an incumbent of the
blood royal should temporarily fill
the position of   lord   lieutenant of
Ireland, until   the   abolishment of
that offico—which   is on  the cards
for next year—in favor of administering  its  duties and honors by a
chief secretary for Ireland, with the
rank and dignity of a secretary of
state,   H.1UI. tbe Princo of Wales
has   magnanimously intimated   his
willingness to put iu half of his time
at Carey   Castle, and   the   warmhearted   Irish, who   arc   the most
loyal people going, if  given   balf a
show, are  understood to   hail the
prospect with   satisfaction and delight.   There   can   bo no question
that tho jolly and courteous prince
would thoroughly capture tho Irish
peasantry, especially, if   ho would
only identify himself with tho "ould
sod" for six months out of the year,
and, with his position nnd prospects,
to say nothing of his engaging manners, he would, as lord-lieutenant of
Ireland, accomplish much good in
softening   tho  asperities and hard
feelings that former mal-administrations  havo  raised  and provoked.
Tlie Irish have ever been disposed
to bo tractable and indulgent, even
enthusiastic, towards scions of British royalty.    Onco upon o time, history   tells   us, in  tho year of Our
Lord eleven hundred and something,
a prince royal, hardly in his 'teens,
Prince  John  of  dubious memory,
was sent across tho Irish Sea, with
the commission of   lord of   Ireland,
by his  doting  father, to conciliato
and win   tho   loyalty of   tho Irish
chieftains.   Tho plan worked well,
for  tho chivalrous Irish flocked to
tlie young prince's court and did him
homage • but the foolish boy and his
Norman  followers put   themselves
"into the   soup" by mischievously
tweaking   the  long   beards of the
more venerable chiefs and impolitely
and as impoliticly laughing in their
faces.   As a natural consequence of
such a wanton outrage on good manners and common decency, tho "emerald islo" speedily becamo loo warm
for  the viceregal  scapegraces, and
King Henry's good intentions, which
might easily havo been carried out
with the best of results, wero worse
than frustrated by tho ill-considered
and untimely levity of the youthful
John, a characteristic which  clung
to   that   unfortunate prince, along
with other weaknesses, through life.
The wind has blown through Albert
Edward's   whiskers,   however,   too
long for him to be guilty of any such
indiscretions   as   thoso perpetrated
by his   way-back   predecessor, and
nothing but good would result from
tho Princo of Wales accepting even
for a short term tho lord-lieutenancy
of Ireland.
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Each tender must bo accompanied bv
an accepted cbcc|Ue payable lo Ibe order
ot boiopnlyof tho .Minister or tho Interior, lor tbo amount or the bonus which
the ninillcant oilers (or llio license. The
regulations under which n license will
be issued mny be obtained nt Mils dcnarl-
mont, or at Iho oflice of tho frown Tlm-
borAirentntNew Westminster,
Tenders by [olograph win nol bo entertained. JOHN It, HALT,,
Department of the Interior.)    s*c"""'-''
Ottawa, 25!h April, lastl.   ) my!'12
Merchant Tailors
AHE SHOWING A
!
CLOTHS
For Spring t% Summer Wear
Good-fitting, Stylish
Garments
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Extra Fine Line of Trousering:.
dmhlyl
PXCSfSBR
Now Landin
Ex "GITANA" and othor Arrivals
from Great Britain.
100 tons Pig Iron.
25,000 Fire Bricks.
300 casks  Portland
Cement.
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria j
,«®8uiviin"
[A Choice Assortment],
Curtis & Harvey's Sportingand
Blasting Powder.
J. & W.Stuart's Patent Double
knotted Nettingjwines.&c.
ROBT.WARD&CO.
Wharf Street, Viotoria, B. C.
dmylstu
ms _v mm mm as.
ESTABLISHED 1812.
Jas, Cunningham
COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, B. C.
IMPOUTER OF
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Faints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Ohinaware,
Woodenware,,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,.
Lime, Hair.
MANUI'ACTOBEB OF
mJXkl SHEET-IRON WA RE.
CONTRACTS FOIt
Iron Cornice Work, (ins-lltlli ig,
Plumbing, Roolliie, &c
Money Wanted.
SEALED TENDERS, marked "Loan,"
addressed tothe undersigned, will be
received up to the Seventh Day of June
next, for the purchase of Debentures to
the amount of $l*i.otlo, issued under the
authority of the "Iticliniond Municipal
Loan Bylaw, 1888," payable in 25 years,
bearing interest at il per cent., payable
yearly nt the Dank of U.O., NewWestminster.
Tho highest nr nny tender not, ncei-ssiu*-
ily accepted.
Dy order of the Council,
O. I). SWEET.
C. M. C,
North Arm, May 8,1889.        dwmylOffl
C. BYRNES,  ■  AUCTIONEER.
AUCTION.
Farm Lands, Mud Bay.
lTE.SD.tY, 31st SHAY, 12 Noon.
BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE, I
will (sell, ul my.'-iik'M-d'ini, Fori and
Langley Htreets, Victoria,
i71   AOKES
. .... fractional north half of Kccil-in 11
(Eleven), To-nii-dil;. 5 I Five), New Westminster District,
Title, Crown Grant. 81,000 of tho purchase money can remain on mortgage at
8 per cent, per annum.
Full particulars can be obtained from
J. J. Elwood, Hemluhmoo or Dmindary
Uay, and E.M.Johnson, 80Government
Street, Victoria, or tho Auctioneer.
G. BYRNES,
dmyl.itd Auction ki-: it.
Port Kells
This Fine Townsite, at the Fresh -Water
Junction of the
Southern Railw'y
13 miles Above Wc-stuil'tiier-
Has just been Surveyed, ami the Lois
ure for salo hy
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Ol-* NKW WfflTMIKBTKH, B. C.
The advantages and prospect*- of this
Plot for a futuro thriving Town aro
many.
Tho Land In tho vicinity is good.
There aro incxhaustlhlo IRON ORE
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, imme-
diately adjacent, oa well as vast strata of
the finest BUILDING SAND and POT-
TEUY CLAY.
On the Townsite arc a number of valuable MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication hy land and water is
unequalled, by reason of the location of
the Townsite on the Fraser River and
tho Southern Railway, while tho natural
elevation and lay of tho land can not bo
excelled as a situation for a fino town.
Tho ground is open and clear of heavy
timber.
The sito bas boen selected as ono of
tho most important stations on tho
Southern Railway, and with the completion of the rood, fn tlie near future,
must, with all ita other advantages,
spring into prominence at once.
Thoso who apply early will havo tho
pick ot tho Lots,
A oloar title givon with evory purchase,
Parties wishing Loti) oan apply as well,
on tho premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
diny°tc Pftora-iror,,
FLOTJ-K,
IBiHsAiIlY-i
S*E3:0"HTS.
*F,*H.OTr*E3,
_3___3_4i____<T.
A Car-load of SPALLUMCHEEN FLOUR just arrived.
A. DesBRISAY, Por. Columbia & Blackie Sts.
daplOto
IGQIESi
JUST RECEIVED,
A  €AU-!iOA» Oil'
Pell, Rice Coil-springf McLaugMan
* g wj ma- eta m ____
-ALSO-^
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
gST The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia."^__
3Ei.ed.dL efts Cu-Fari©.
Get Our Prices and Sec the Goods.   One Car of these Plows to
Arrive about the 20th inst.
F.C. Strickland* Co.
WEJSTER'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET, WESTMINSTER.
dwnoSto
mil dlllllil 1AT HAIIKIT,
Uolumliiit Street, New Westminster.
ANOTHER CARLOAD
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
Intending Buyers should make a note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
IMP
dwnolyl
THB SPACE BELONG.*! TO
H. T. READ & CO.,
H/U'lnVAllE MF.11C1IANTS.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
xtojsxixwe -K-jajw-,      -      -      7-x.jk-__rjk<_t--_3ie_,.
2&.___-TT-T..',-GT-_T3_-__.3   OB
mm ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY,
AG-UCVLTUKAf. & All KINDS OF IHAOIUNEHV.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order,
HEPAUmO DONE WITH NEATNESS AHD DISPATCH.
l\ S.—All ordors from tho uppev oomitvy promptly attonded lo.
tlwnoimO
S. IVICI
Front iMreot, New Westminster.
NewWestminster MillsW oolen Groods
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS t% all kinds of Woolen hi
ilEA'©l>SIAIJl'] CLOTUINO.
83T The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmhjotc
Douglas & Deighton,
■lAlluTACTMEBS AB IMP3R1CRS CF
PO
VAN  VOLKENBURQH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PI RVEVOKS IN GENERAL.    FRESH AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
*3rSp6oin,l lines quoted for the shipping trade.   Family orders striotly attended
to.   Hotels will And It to their interest to placo their ordors with tho abovo lirm.
dftnoly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & "REICHENBACH,
(SUOOESBOItS TO SY, B. TOWNBENDI
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Uncoil, ftnusngc, Bologtms, Etc.
dnolyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING
Till! OOHJJIIIIAN rillNTINa ESTABLISHMENT hns first-clriBS fticl-itifs for
nil kinds ol Oommeroinl Printing. Bill Heads. Letter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Form* ot evory description, Posters, Dodgers,
PrlOO Lists, Ito. Prices will be found ns towns nt nny other oflion whore
flrst-class work is done.
HUNESS SADDLES arm un
"W HI IPS,
SADDIEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, B. O.
SKND IN YOUIt OKD1SKS.   ALL WOI1K OF THU BEST MATliUIAL AND
WORKMANSHIP.   PKIOES LOU'.
nnlilwly
ROYAL CITY
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MAWtlPACTUIllJRS AND DBALKBB IN
IMs of Mill and Dressed Lite
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, ACT FLOATS, TRAYS,
JS.3SI)  _____  ICIITDS  O-?
Wood Furnishing for Canneries. <
Doors,   Frames,   Windows,
Rlonldiiitfs. Balusters,
minds.
Railings,
Brackets.
Newels.
PLAIN AND mm AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolWwly AN   INTELLIGENT SNAKE.
i A Story Whose Truth Is Vouched For hy
- n Reliable Journal.
An American lady from Virginia was
spending' somo timo in Paris, snys Harper's
yonno People, and ouo day was asked to ro
with some i'roneii aud English friends to
tboJurdlu des Plaatea. After wandering
about for some timo iu tho gardens, it was
suggested that they go round by tho Bor-
pent house. Tho lady from Virginia, who
had nn unconquorablo dread of snakes of
all kinds, objected strongly, but tinding that
tho rest all wanted to go, and yet wero
too polite io leavo her behind, sho at last,
consented. Onco near tho row of cages,
however, sho Dogged tho others to go on
and soo what thoy wanted to, leaving her
to wait for thom there. Ono English lndy
preferred remaining behind also; so, after
; somo littlo talk, tho two ladles were lelt
standing at one side of tho first cage,
whoro glimpses of a torpid-looking snake
from beneath tho folds of an old blanket
' on tno floor of the cage had bcou enough to
frighten both ladles from going any farther. Tho conversation until now had been
ontirelyln French, but as tho rest of tho
party moved on, tho two loft behind began
talking in English.
With tho first words tho English lady
spoko tlio torpid snako began moving uu-
easily. As tho Virginia lady answered her,
and went on talking at some length, the
snako grow moro and moro restless, till
it finally showed overy sign of intcuso excitement.
"Evidently," salfi tho English lady,
f "that's a snako who understands Englisn."
Thoy laughed n littlo and moved away,
'tlm dreadful head pressing so near tho
wires ot tho cago uuaorvlag both ladies for
a longer stay, flat as tuoy camo out in
■ front of tho cage, aud looked up to tho label to seo what tho ureaiuro exactly was,
thoy road, to their astonishment, Crotatas
. Virginiensis, or uVirginia rattlesnake "
"Think of itt" oxclaiin*-d tho American
lady; "ho not only knows English, but ha
recognizes my Virginia dialect."
Tho wholo affair scorned so uncanny that
, thoy bogau to think thoy would rather movo
l-on and jota their frionds. The gentlemen,
\ howovor, whon tho story was told, lyoro so
i, anxious to seo tho experiment themselves
-'that tho American lady consented to con*
nuor her dread again, aud go back to her
Jlirst cago.
When thoy reached it tho Bnako was
'again lying torpidly on tho floor.  Convor-
, sation was begun in French, quito rapidly
und very loudly, to soo whether it would bo
larouscd by the mere noise,
i It paid uo attention to thom, howover, till
1 tho English lady spoke in her nativo tonguo,
ft whon tho slight restlessness at onco began
Lagain; aud us soon as tho lady from Vir-
[iginia had uttered u few sentences tho croa-
yturo was ovidontly furious, rousing itself
I with such baleful flro iu Us narrowed eyes
I that tho ncrvos of tho lady could boar it no
| longer, ovon in tho interests of science, and
| sho beat a retreat.   "**
Sbo was urged to go to tho Garden again
land again by scientists anxious to mako
Idvory experiment possible, but sho found
1 herself utterly unablo to faco tho creature,
povou with iron bars and wiro botween.
c assures mo that tho whole party said it
Pwas impossible to doubt bub that tho rattle-
|.snuko did recognize tho lauguago and tho
Wialect.
Tlio strangest part of such a thing would
■naturally bo that tho rattlesnake, unlike
1 any domestic animal or bird, could uot havo
Ifhciii'd much talk from human beings, owing
| to the secrecy of its movements and tho
'obscurity of its haunts. Whatever recol*
■lection of tho lauguago it had curried with
Tit across tho sea when it was sent to Franco
Iraui't havo como from that ouo encounter
pun Virginians wnon it was captured, its
Jvory ovidout association with tho Virginia
■accent boing ono to enrago it beyond mcas*
Tare,
HIRSUTE  ELECTROLYSIS.
lOBlroylng Hah'  by Means of a Needle
Heated to IncaoUedoeuco.
Tho method of destroying hair follicles in
.ie pores of tho skin by means of a needle
ientcd to Ineandcscouco by nn oloctrio our-
'cut after insertion, has, says tho Electrical
'.'.view, set many a woman rejoicing in tho
•mihilation of mustaches of various decrees of visibility, or perhaps in tho path
'aido between mooting oyobrowB, or ovon
i tU*) destruction, root and branch, of a
iubborn tuft of huirgrowiug from cheek or
uw like sedge gras3 In a Held; aud she has
hanked electricity for tha removal of at
iait ono incubus to beauty, doubtless ro-
■tiii'j in confidonco tho doplliatory oxperi-
,ueo as one ot the wonders of that " groat
iree."
But ts It truly a wondor when a white-hot
lutinum uecdlo singes out tho root of tho
ir that it kills tho hair? How could it bo
lerwisoJ "Whatlatohiudorl" ns tho man
id wbon called upon to admiro tho Falls cf
tiagara as a great wondor of nature And
o gavo a description of his idea of wonder
hat tho water should flow up tbo stream
ind ascond the falls,
ln this caso tho mothod used would bo
.uch moro truly wonderful If tho dormatol-
;ist should rovorso tho action of his nppa
itus aud raise a capillary crop ad libitum.
(.sCarlylosayB: "Instead of carrying tho
irch for burning lot him wield tho hammer
n* building."
Picture to yourself a gilded youth sitting
an operating chair liko thoso In tonsorlnl
■mporiums, hairing side whiskers or mus-
iicho germinated according te tho whim of
io hour, whilo tlioro could bo a resume-
on on tho shiny occupits of thoso whose
irohcads extend pretty well toward tho
■iual column.
If Captain Gulliver, of blessed memory,
avo as his judgment that the mau who
(auscd two blades of grass to grow whero
■no grow beforo was worthy of tho prizo
fforcd hy tho King of Lilliput, how much
aore shall bo tho reward of thoso who
auso spears of hair to grow whore nono
row boforo—that is, sinco boforo tho war.
As tho locomotivo has not dispensed with
ho sorvico of horses, bo tho sccoud form of
apparatus would not obviate all needs
f Its present application. For, In addition
tho purposes beforo alluded to thero
vould still remain mon desiring moro or
iss of a hoard removed, yot not wishing
it her to shuvo or to bo shaved, and thon
hero would still bo thoso desirous of poB*
ng ns n phrenological phono-notion, who
vould havo tbo aroa of tho forehead en*
argort accordingly.
All thoso mutters furnish a promising
lold for thoso who can reverse tho action
f hirsuto electrolytic process, and raise
-apt Hary crops. Tha flold may not boon*
ilroly ovorrun, for thoro aro ovorywhoro
)Qi'Sona wbo, liko tho knight in Hudl-
jras—
Can discern and divlilo
The hair'twlxt south and southwest side,
md somo may yet havo tholr old preferences for hair-cut and shave, whito others
may bo so lost to youthful vanity u to pro*
servo their denuded scalp in all Its present
gpoUali.       	
The Cradle of Liberty.
Tho Buffalo Courier aays: A Buffalonlan
I, of Massachusetts birth has been In somo
I/distress of mind ovor tho proper pronunciation of tho name of tho Boston hnll,
J, which served ns tho Cradle of Liborty. In
Khor native Stato Bho had never heard It
I, called any thing but Fan-u-il Hall, but In
R Buffalo a fow porsons who prided them*
I- selves on doing tho correct thing when thoy
H know It called It In hor presence Funnel
llllnll. Under tho impression .that Dr,
I Holmes employs tho lattor pronunciation in
]■ ouo of his poems, sho wroto a little noto
h to tho beloved autocrat, bogging for infor-
fl motion. Promptly camo the following ro*
I ply, penned, unfortunately, in tho hand of
t u soi-rotary:
Home tolkR-Fanoutl,
Old folks-Funnel.
Tfio Numerous Very Old Soldier,
I Thoro aro still on the pension rolls of
[Llio Government over 800 men who served
Bu tlio war of 1813, That war ended aev-
jpiity* three years ngo, nnd thero wore
ftilir-ut. tiO,000 men who wero recognized ns
lli-ivitig n pcnslonublo pnrt in It.
Taking theso figures ns n bnsls a Boston
l)ni'\>- ■. i' ■'.' i"an calculates that If the
Mtianui pn.port Ion of veterans of tho war of
llfjOUui'vlvefnr a like period, there will
| lie as lato. aa tWW soma WWW flUrvlYOW
Streets and Park Debenture By-Law.
A By-law to raise by Loan the
sum oi $85,000 for Street and
Park Improvements.
WHEHEAS IT IS EXPEDIENT
that the council of tbo city of New
Westminster should provide for the improvement of certain streets in said eity,
and of Queen's Park.
And whkrkas it will be necessary, in
order to effect said improvements, to issue debentures of tho said city for a sum
of money not exceeding §85,000.
And whkrkas for the payment of interest nnd creating a einking fund for
payment of said debentures ft will bo
necessary to raise the sum of $5,050 an-
nually by special rate in each year.
And whkrkas the amount of the whole
rateable property of the Baid city, accord-
ing to tho last revised u't'-casn.cnt roll, i-
the Bum of §2,640,245,
Asd whereas the total amount of the
existing debt of tho said city is $15'>,500,
irrespective of the sum of S200.000 proposed to be borrowed under authority of
the Water Works Debenture By-Law,
which by-law is to lie submitted to a voto
of tho electors of the city concurrently
with this by-law.
And WHEHBA8, for tho purposo of raising tho said yearly sum of §5,050 an annual special rate of 2 2-flth mills iu the
dollar will be required,
Therefore, the Mayor and Aldermen
of tho city of New Westminster, in council assembled, enact as follows:
1. It nhnlt be lawful for the mayor of
the sad cily to raise by wny ot loan
from tiny pun-cm or person.*;, henly or
bodies corporate, who muy he wIIIIiikIo
advance tlie samo upon the credit of tho
debentures Imrelnafioi- mentioned nt-tuu
of money hot exceeding in the -..hole the
sum of 885.000.
2. It ahall be lawful for Urn-said mayor
to cause any number of debentures to be
made for such sumo of money ns mny bo
required, but not for less than SIDOeuoh,
such debentures to bo sealed with the
seal of tho corporation, Binned by tbo
mayor nnd countersigned by tbo treasurer of thesaid oity.
8. Thesaid debentures shall be mado
payable ln fifty years nt furthest from tbe
day on which this by-law takes client,
cither In sterling money of Grent Britain
orin currency of this province or tho
country wheio the same may respectively
be made payable, which may lie In any
placo or places aulhi.ri.-ed by law as may
bo agreed upon between the purchaser or
purchasers thereof and tbo mayor, nud
the said debentures shnll huvo attached
to them coupons for tho payment of Interest.
•I. Tho said debentures shall bear interest at tlio rato of tlvoper centum per annum from tho dale thereof,whtch Interest
shall bo payablo half-yearly on tho first
days of January nud July In each and
every year.
5. For the purpose of forming n sinking
fund for tho payment of tho snld debentures und the Interest thereon nn equal
annual special rate of 2 nml 2-flth mills in
the dollnr shnll be levied and collected,
in addition to all othor rates. In each year
upon nil the rateable property in the sulci
city during tbo currency of ihe said debentures or any of them.
ti. All moneys arising from the wild rate
beyond the amount required for the payment of Interest upon the snid debentures
mny bo Invested In each yenr as tbe counoil of tho snld corporation mny direct, for
the purpose of creating a sinking fund for
the redemption of the Kind il'-hentiires n--
they respectively become duo, without,
prejudice lo nny of Mm powcr-i conferred
upon tho said council by tbo tu-l of Incorporation.
7. Tho proceeds of tho debentures issued
and sold under authority of this by-law
shnll lie applied lo Improvements on
Queen's Park nnd tbe street*] hereinafter
mentioned, and, BB nearly In the proportion following an may to llio iald council
seem expedient, thai. Is to sny: Queen's
Park, 916.W0I Oolumbla street, 81,000] Provost, Banns and Carnarvon streets, |J,t500t
Agnes street, tS-GOOi BoVal avenue, 83-000|
Queen's avenue, MOW; Pelham street,
_.S,!M; Montr-al street, &!,«iii; .Mellimirne
street, $2,500; Leopold Place, $51)0: Park
Lane, $1,500; Clinton streot, 92 000; St. Pat
rick Btreet, $1,000; Clement Rircct, &t,(.flo*
St. George street, 31,000; Mnry street,fl,000;
St. John street, $1,000; Douglas street,
£5,000; Halifax street, 8751.; Kl. Andrew's
and Klllrestroet*-, $3,000; Fnrlcf-que street
62,700; Edinburgh street, $2,500; London
street, $1,000; Black le street, $500; Merlvalo
street, 8500; Blackwood *-tio-.-t, $500; Mo*
K''ii-*lo street, extending nnd making,
67-500; streets in Bt Andrew's square, *• 1,500;
Bt, Oeorgo s squaro, $500; «(.. Pntrktk'a
squaro, $1,000; sidewalks and general
street repairs, (8-060: provided that out of
tho snld sum of $15,000 set apart fur
llieluiprovementof Queen's Park thorp
shall bo paid into tho city treasury to Mir
t-rrdllnf tlie general account, the sum of
83,00', being the amount nlremlv expended
out of tho genoral revenue for Park improvements; provided nlso that If tbe requirement** of nny of the streets above
mentioned should bo found to bo loss m-
greater than the sum oppnrtloiud towii.i
street, the snld sum mny he Increased or
diminished as In thoclrcumsluiiws may
seem to tho council expedient, and iho
surplus, if any, remaining cut of .iwiip-
proprlntlons nbove sot out, after snld
Btreets have been completed, mny be applied to otber works of pirmiinont. in •
provement not specified herein, at tlie
illscrotlon oftho Council,
8. This by-law shall tako client nud
come Into force on tho 17th clay of Juno,
A.I)., IWli.
0. This by-law, beforo the final passing
thereof,shall receive tho assent of the
electors of iho city in tberadnnor provided by llio Now Westminster Act, s.S-*-.**,
and amending note.
- 10. This by-law may hu elted as the
Street nnd Park Impi-uvciu'.iil Deli' nhire
By-Law, 1880.
By-law rend a first Mme on the Oth di.y
of May, 1830.
By-law read a second time on thcOlh day
of Mny, 18S0.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THIS ABOVE
ia a truo copy of tho proposed By*
law which will bo taken into consideration by the Municipal Couucil of the
City of New Westmlnater after ono
month from tho first publication thereof
in the Bitrnsii Columbian newspaper,
whicli publication took placo ou the 15th
day of May, 1880, and that a vote of
tbo electors of tho city will bo taken on
said proposed By-law at tho Now City
Hall, Market Square, in said city on the
I-till day ot June, 188U, between
thu hours of 0 o'clock a.m. and 5 o'clcck
p.m. D. BOBSON,
City Clerk.
THE WESTMINSTER
PoultryYards
A JOHN 8. COX, Pnop.
Light Ui-nlunns,
Partridge Cochin in,
Plymouth Ilockn,
WUH*- free m-k H|iniiUh
While Crested) Dlaok  anil Goltlt-ii
Pol nml ■•
lloii-lnnn     Sllver-iiciiclllt-1   llnm-
bii rei.
Illack,lleil nml Pitt ('ninrt..
Toulouse Ueeie.     iloui-ii Dueki.
My Yards nro open for lnspccMon.
(Iwinbfitc	
0. E. WOODS ' A. C. GAMBLE
UND 8UHVEY0B.    NOTABY PllBLIO.
Woods, Tonwr ft BamUs
LAND SURVEYORS,
,lllflllUIM|
AND CONVEYANCEKS.
^a-z3Jsr-rs itoe
PIIIK.-Tho Western of Toronto.Tho Mt-
nn, Tho Oily of Linidou, anil The Unit-
ford.
HPKi-Tho Now York Lifo Insurance Co,
ACCIDENT-Tho Travellers'ofHnrlford
Lninl Sttrveylns In nil lis brnnchfis accurately mid nroinptly carried out.
City ami Hulmrlirm l.niids Inr Male.
We enn show n complete lit of rteMrnble
lonnllllcs.
Farming Lands, Improved nnd nnlm-
nrovo i, throuBhout lhe iilstriou
mining and other Btook bought and
sold.
Money to Loan on first mortgage nt
low ratCB. 	
Tei.ki'iionr Cam, No. 89.
P. O. DnAWBB W,
W00DB. TDRNRK-bOAMBliE,
Office. Euard'I Blook,   ■   Oolumbia Strict
new wertmin8tbr.
dmhlltc
Water Works Debenture By-Law.
A By-law to provide for tiic
Issue of Water Works Debentures.
WHEREAS BY THE "NEW
Westminster Act, 1888," an act
of the legislature of British Columbia,
passed in tho fifty-first year of the reign
of Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, and
chaptered forty-two relating to tbo corporation of the City of New Westminster, it is among other things provided
that the counoil of the corporation of
the said city may, subject to tho provisions of the said act, pass by-laws for
constructing wator works, and providing
for the expenditure thereof.
And Wiusrbab it is expedient that
the oohnell -should provide for tho construction of water works for the supplying of water to the inhabitants of
the said city.
And Whkbeas, hi ordci to carry into
efl'ect the said proposed construution, it
will be necessary to isauo debentures of
tho bhUI corporation for a sum of money
not exceeding two hundred thousand
dollars.
And Wheheas, for tho payment of
the said debentures, Kinking fund and
interest, it will require the sum of
§14,000 to be raised annually hy special
rato in each year.
And Wheueas the amount of tho
wholo rateable proporty of tho said city
according to tho last revised assessment
roll is tho sum ol 82,040,245.
And Wheheas the total amount of
tlm existing debt of tho city is the sum
of $l,riu,C0(), irrespective of tho sum of
985,000 proposed to bo borrowed under
authority of the Streets and Park Improvement Debenture By-law, which
by-law is to-be submitted to a voto of
tho electors of the eity concurrently
with this by-law.
TiiEUEFOiti:, the corporation of tho
City of New Westminster enacts ns
follows!-—
1. Itshull lie lawful for tho mayor to
ratio by way of loan from any ponton or
persons, body or bodies corporate, wbo
may bo willing to advance ths same upon
the medil. oftho debentures hereinafter
mentioned, a aura of money not exceeding
In the whole tlm sum of two hundred
thousand UolItus.
2. Itshull bo lawful for tho mayor to
causo any number of debentures to bo
made for snch Bums of monoy as may bo
required, but not for less than one liuiir.lt oil
dollars each. Mich debentures to be sealed
with the fienl of the corporation, and
sinned by the mayor and counter-signed
by the treasurer thereof.
It. Thesaid debentures shall bo mado
payablo In fifty yours nt furthest from tho
dav on which this by-law tahos effect,
elLhor In storlin-; money of e'reat Britain,
or In tho currency of this provinco, or the
country where the same may respectively
beiiinelopnyalil-ywhleh may bo In auy
placo or places authorized hy thesaid act.
us may lie iigiccil upon between Iho purchaser or purchasers thereof, nnd iho
mnyor.anil ihe said debcntiircsshall have
attached, to them coupons for the payment of Interest'.
■I. The snld debentures shnll bear Interest ut tho rato of fivo per centum per
annum from the dato thereof, which Inn-rest shall be payable half yearly on tho
first days of January mid July lu each
nnd every yenr.
5. ForthoplVrpo-oof forming;!sinking
fund forthe pavmont of the snld debentures and tbe Interest thereon nn equal
annual speoial rato of GM mills in the dollar
shall bo levied nnd collected in addition
to all other rates in enoh year upon nil tbo
rateable properly In tho snld city during
theenrreney of tho said debentures or auy
of them.
II, All monies arising from thesaid rate
beyond the amount required for the payment of interest, upon i ho said debentures
may bo Invested In eacb yearns the council of thesaid corporation mny direct,for
the purpose of creating a sinking fund for
the redemption of tho said debentures ns
they respectively become due, without
prejudice to any of tho powers con'erred
upon tho said council by the snld act,
7. Thla bylaw shall take oflhct rill the
17th day of June in tho year of Our Lord
ouo thousand eight hundred aud eighty-
nine.
H. Tbls by-law, beforo tho final passing
thereof,shall receive the as-.ent of thu
electors ol thccliy In llio uuintu-r provided by tho Now Westminster Act, INSS, nnd
amending nets.
II This by*law mny he cited as tbo
\\ ator Works Debenture Hy-I-aw, 18H0.
Bv-lawrend a Aral llmoon tbe Ilth dny
of March, I8S0.
lly-law road a sennit lime em Ulfl Ilth
day of Mnrch. 1880
rnAKE NOTICE THATTHE ABOVE
JL is a true copy of the proposed Bylaw which will bu taken into consideration by tho Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster nfter oiio month from
the first publication thereof in the British CottUMBlAN newspaper, which first
publication took place on tho l.'ith dny
of May, ISSi), and that n vote of the
Electors of tbo City will he taken on aaid
proposed By-law at the New City Hall,
Market Square, in snkl city, on the I .Itll
(lay Of .llllie, 1&8!>,' between the
hours ol II o'clock a.ni. ami 5 o'clcck p.m.
U  BOBSON.
City Clerk.
I'rnyeh-Vi'ntcr('tiler■£ I'iihIIIIo I'orirulis
at St, I'aul ('rices,
INNTItm.,TION OIVKN IN DRAW IMG
A unci I-iilnllngaconlln-- lo ibe bust Hu-
nipeau niblhoils,      ,
MISS LINNIE LEWIS.
Studli) Cor, ilnya! Avonuo a MarvBU
Order.-) for portrait-} tulteu utD l.ynl A
rn 'sail'! nt studio. -    dup&hnl
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
HA'-VMIU; OWNERS, LOGGEns, nml
£3 othors tiro notified that our steel
Tug* boat,
"VBPXO,"
Will lie ready for work about the Hth inst.,
aud wo nro prepared to enter Into contracts for nil kinds of towing, lightering, Ac.
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
draySto Vancouver, B. C.
ISrOTXOB-
LORENZO LERTORA, Deceased.
A hit PEItf-IONB having any ehiiuin
agaltistthoestnteof Lorenzo Lertorii,
formerly of the (fountain, nearl.lllooet,
deceased, aro hereby required in send in
the particulars of their claims liH'ii.i.m
PiAcmio, of Happy Valley, Melcbosln
Dlstrlot. or to Nicola BoHiNT, of the Fountain, Llllooct, tbo Kxoeulors of Ihe will of
ibe win of Uio said denoasod, on or boforo
tho 1st day of July uexl.
Dated JIDth April, INSil.
dwmyiml GILLIO PIAGQIO.
Invertavisli Nursery
[RlMOVED FROM SAAH'OII TO VlOIUlAl
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower anil Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers tliis year.
g. a. McTavish,
ilmliSllmll VIorOIHA, II. *'.
VIOTORIA
Steam Bakery!
E8TADLISHBI) lffl.
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appolnlmonl to llnr
Majesty's Hoyaf Navy, the Doinl-
nton Government. Ac.
Modal and Diploma awarded at tbo Col-
nnli-1 nnd liidlnn Kxlilbitlon, London, 1880.
FAOTOUY-NiHgnriiHt, James Hoy.
OPFICEH-67Fort Ht., Victoria, B.C.
dapSmO
MRS. T. DEIGHTOI-A
NUBSE,
.•nAKES THIS OPFOTl-rUNlTY of letting
X the public know that she Is now ut
home, and respectfully solicits a ahnro or
tho public patronage. KFSiDKNCE-neur
Douglas st., on H. Elliott;'} premises, New
Westminster. dap27ml
W. O. LOYE,
loot ud Shoo Ibta
Reimirlnar Neatly Done.   Cork
Work a Specialty.
Sole
■WOrders promptly attended to.
Clarkton St., ln rear of Colonial "Hotel, next to Rand Bros.'offlce. dnolU:
gASHIOBffA -BIT.Ta
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JKNSWfOS',
(La-i'k ok Enqland)
t.'ornei of Church nnd Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
•MrSatisfaction guaranteed.     dwfe7te
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
w Satisfaction Riiarautee,].       daplStc
VANOOUVt.ft OITY
Foundry EMachineWorks
TIHE l'llOl'UIETOIia OF THllKE
1 works liltvo muoll plflasliru In notify-
Ing lliolr friends and tho pnltlii! Hint lln-y
nre now prepared to receive and promptly
execute any orders for work In lliolr line
With wliich they may bo favored.
A. ISIcKELVIE,
Mechanical Mannger.
Vancouver, 1!.C, 8lh May, ISSS.
dwiny'2lo     	
Wa. IL DashwoodnJonss
FRESH l:,M.IFCHi:lA AK0 LOCAL
Frails & YegeiaWes
ALWAYS ON HAM).
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
dJc21to
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANOPAOTtmi'itS  OF
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON
lVEHSTtll'-i BLOCK (Ur-STAIRS),
Front Stuket,   -  New Wesmuhsteh.
having just opened is the
nbovo line, wo respectfully solicit n
share of tho trade, nnd trust by careful
attention to orders and moderate ohm^ *,
to merit tho same Experienced workmen; -mll-jftirllon niiarnnieed,
Estlmale-fnnilsliedfoi-Gnlviinlzeil I nm
Corntcu, liiicflng, I'lumblng, Gas-llitln::,
.Steam nnd Hot Water Heat Ina, Ac.
ttf-rEntrance Id promise-.-* onMavyM.,
In rear of Hank of I!. 0. tlwinhllto
CoalJood^Bark
r]lHK rNPF.T'.^HlNKD   KEEPS   COS-
i.   Blanily in smelt tho
BEST WELLINGTON COAL
 ALSO——
Wood and Bark,
Whlnti   bo will   sell   nt the LOWEST
HATES and deliver promptly.
aa. Orders left at the stores of Mr. Me-
Coll and Mr. McDonough will receive
nt ton tlon,
TED!* FOB IIIRK.   Stables, comer of
I iuuylas und Columblu streets.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New West,, B. 0., Nov. 22,1838.    dnoSJtO
a*
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CICIAlt. ASK FOE THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
or,™ MAINLAND.
ISTThey aro not only made of tho
riioiccst Tobacco but thoy are of
Home Manufacture, and should bo
patronized by all good citizens,
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
I/OLimOOK DUILDIXG,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwl7noly
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
 ALSO—
A WtLL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRYGOODS
m FURNISHINGS.
A r   THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
I.llNDBOIIM'S BLOOK,
r„liiinbla nlrcrl,       _e.w Weslulln.ler.
noldwly
North British and
Mercantile
'E'I'REl
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Capital,   .""814,600,000.00
OF  LONDON.
Capital,
80,733,000.00
UATB*   AH    LOW   AS   ANY  OTHER
COMl'ANIl'M DOINO IIUSINHSS
IN 1IIUTIHH COLUMBIA.
Wanted, Short-hand Pupils.
TVTTl. T. R, DUNCAN WISHES TO IN-
1V1 form tbo Public of New Westminster
that be Is now prepared to give le-sons in
Bhon-haud In the intest and bmtsystems.
A complote course guaranteed In three
months.
Vlnl'ii also luuglit. The leachin{- of
ebllilren on this instrument a specialty.
Address, Drawer O, City, Now Westminster. dnplOtc
J. Gh JAQTTTBS
Agent lor Now Westminster City
and Dlstrlot, d jcMto
W. BREDEfViL-VER, DR. PH.
{Late Partner of John MeVloker)
MINING ENG1NEEB, U.S. A PBOVIN-
OIALSUUVEYOll.A ASBAYDB.
Masonio Tkmi'le Block, VAscouvEit,
Urlt. Col.
Ba-Rellahlo reports, underground surveys und maps of mines executed at low
rates. Assays inadeon all klndsof minerals, gold and silver bars. Thirty yenrs'
experience In mining-; In Asia, Europe
and United Statos of America. Speaks
ten lunauagefl. Assays from n distance
promptly attended to. Address Vnncou-
ver,ii, o, d(iei7to
Land KeKlslry Ordinance. 1870
He Lot 70, Group I, Now Westminster
District,
WHEREAS  THE CKUTIFICATE OF
Title of Henim lleuiiiuld Harris lo
tlie above-mentioned land bus been lost
nr destroyed nnd application hns been
mudo for ii dupllenie thereof: Notice Is
therefore hereby given that a now Certlil-
CUto of Title will be Issued In lieu of that
so lost or destroyed, unless causa bo shewn
to the contrary within ono month from
date,
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
District Registrar,
Land Registry Office,
New West., ll. C, Ifllh April, 1880.
dnplTml
J.W.VIINGER
TIEAUIIIIN
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
Done cm abort Notice nnd ut Ren*on-
able Terms,
SAN JUAN LIME
Always in Stock.
Orders left at the C. P. N. Wharf will bo
promptly delivered. dmhaitc
mm mw.
BRACKMAN & KER,
MASUPACTUHEKS OF
By the Latest Improved Process,
-^ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
1111.1,1 nt Norm Snuulcll.
OFFICE A WABEHOUSEl Tlclorln.
dmhusms
330-332 C0U1I0VA STREW,
VANCOVVI3U.B.C.
importer*- and Dealers In
OV AU. IHJ80RITI0KB,     .
MARINE WORtTa SPECIALTY.
dwdeMto      _____
MIZONY&OO'Y
»OS Corilovn Street,
Vancouver, Brit. Col.
WHOLESALE
UQUORSJ CIGARS
Teleplimio Orders Promplly Attended to.
TKI.EI'IIOM', CAM, 101
dtnliSSlnO
oniinioo Lands,
TK YOU ARE PAY INO FOR YOUR
I |'M--ompii'in or for rent of Minim- rn-
nrni-ltlH Land, or buying Fnrm, Mining
or uny bind from the Itomlnion Govern-
ment,
DO HOT PAY CASH
Rut pny In £5I.CS3S,S3E» and save a
large discount.
Hi-Hi. ean bo obtained iu lan;t- or small
quantities fmui
Aiiomy a CHAMPION
-D-A.l*3*IS*;-£flI*{.3,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOUA,
OH FKOM
TUB BANK OF BRITISH COMWBIA,
NEW  WESTMINSTER
dwmheto
E8TABH81IKD 1850.
ROBT DICKINSON
n.  -
-j r
Kcarlr Opposite Die Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
mHE  LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
JL   fissartment ot all clceovlptlnnB ul
MEATS AHD VEGETABLES
Constantly oa band, and Biippllod to Fam.
liics, Refitaunrnta, and Steamboats atthe
IOWG;*'!   I-09S1BJJ5 rKICEB.
HolbrookJstalBl
S^.r,"B   0"E-
Valuable Property.
THE FOLLOWING DEBCIUBRD iAlTS
are oflbred for sale, In part or whole:
LOT 5, BLOUK 5, Columbia and Front
streets, 110x132, with fl store* thereon.
LOT 29, BLOCK HMW.-tl!l2-CoIuinblaand
Clarkson strcets.wlth buildings thereon.
LOTS 12 ft 13, BLOCK B. Mnry stroot; 2
nores, with  hard finished  house nnd
orchard.
% LOT 1, BLOCK 1(1, Columbia stroot,
83X182,
IA1T 81, GROUP 1, Vancouver road, contnining 280 acres.
uirTho nbovo Property brings In a rental of $28n.oo per month
For further pnrtloulars nnd terms of
snle, npply at
THOS. OVENS'
Blnoltsmithft MaoblnoShnp,
Merchant Hiinnrc.
Now Weitmimter, B, O.
■bTO*ria*Ei
IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT I HAVE
applied to Ibe Hon. the Minister of
Lands unci Works for ji license to cut and
remove limber from the following described lands situated on Deep Cove of
Nortii Arm of Burrard Inlet, in (.'roup I,
New Westminster District!
Commencing at n post set i'O chains west
from Deep (Jove, west 149 chains, tuencfl
north 65 chains, thence cast 08 chalnB,
tlienefM-oulh f.fl ehalns, thence nortll-OttSl
iM.-f de-.-., *r,.aj i-balns, thence south -id
i-liniiiK lo point of eiiiiinieiii'i-iiii-ni.
W. II. HIOGINS.
New West., B. C, 10th Muy, 18S1I.     dml
NOTICE.
SITTINGS OF THE COUNTY COURT
of Curlboo will be held nt—
Llllooet Thursday...23rdMay,]8R9.
Clinton Saturday... Klb Juno, "
l.-'l-MIU- IlmiKL'...TIiurMlti1v.,.'*ri!i    "
Soda Creek Hattudny ...20th   "     "
Quesnellem'th...Tuesday 2nd July, "
Kichtlehl Friday Gth   "     "
By Commnml,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provlnolal Secretary's Offlce,
24th April, 188ft dapSOml
nna-s-r school
Entrance Examination
mHE SEMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION
A of applicants for entruneo lo Hllih
Rchool will commence In tbo Central
BenooTs New Westminster, on
Hlomlay, Mny &Uh, at l F. Jf,
Candidates must bo punctual.
8. J). POPE,
Superintendent of Education,
Victoria, May fl, 1680. dmyfltd
WM. H. VIANEN.
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
t3T Highest Trice paid for Furs and
Deer Hides.
Correspondence Invited. lyuTclcplione
Cnll No. 0. itjn8t<]
DOUGLAS STREKT
BAKERY
Foot oj- Douglas Stokf-t, Nf.au
Coi.cantiA Stubbi,
J. FKKCIIJSO^, PROPRIETOR
FBESH   BREAD,   CAKES,  PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc, etc.
Hotel nnd Ilestanrnnt trado solicited.
A4I orders  promptly attended to and
delivered to any partof the city.   clmh28y
a Vi
Con. Columbia and Churoh Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
HoiiMt", Hdsta, Tablets, £is„
In Mm ble or Guinlle of Best Quality.
COItNE tt    POSTS    AN D   CU KB1N0) ■
N. B.—-lusl. received—tbo finest nsi-ort-
nientnf Nenicli flfftnlleMonument*over
soon In Ht-ii sli Columbln, wlileh will b-*
sold ut prices puttln-:compclltlon out of
thequosflon.
dwmli2iyi /\LEX. HAMILTON PfiOP.
TABLE
SlK-vtlug the  Dates   aod   Places nf
Courltt   at As si-it-,   NUi   1-rius,
umi Oj-ti- and Terminer,for
Iho Yeai' IKS'*.
SPR1NC1 ASStKES.
[ON    VANCOUVKIt    IdLAM).]
Victoria Monday CO'li May.
Nanaimo Tm sdny -iiti June.
[ON MAINI.ANtl.1
Now \S*cslmlnstorii.Worinosday...lsl Mny.
Kamloops Monday 8nl Jnue.
Clinton Mondny.... lythJune
FALL ASSIZES.
to.V MAINLAND.]
Ulcbtleld Monday Oth Sept.
Clinton Wcdnesiiiiy...-iitli'-sopl.
Kamloops Mondny '■Ill Out.
Lytton Monday Uth Oct.
NowWPStmlnster...Wodnosdny...lBlhNoY,
[os VANCOUvm island ]
Vlciorln Monday ''"-tli November.
Nanaimo Tuesdav ,8rd December.
 djipHml	
TIME    CARD.
O. X>.   Iff. c-o.
Tlio Fino Plral-Olnss
Str. William Irving
Will I.' nvo llio C. I'. S. Co.'s Wlinrl,
m v ail x. -sr
Ttiesday,Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 .\. M.,
FOB 0HIIUWHA8K ANO WAY PORTS,
nslurntng Evcrr
Wednesday, Friday &. Sunday
When sntlielent   Inducement  oilers sho
will proceed to HOPB1 und on such
ocenslons will leave her wharf
at In, in.
JOHN IRVIKG. Mannficr.
T. L. BiHOGS, Anent,
New Worn minster. dapille
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C.,
OFFISH roll SAMS:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
HOll POULTRY, Ao.
Rice Meal,
THE ATTRACTION
Of Columbia Street
 IS—
JAS. ROUSSEAU'S
GREAT CLEARING SALE
FOIl OATTLE FEED.
dmllSM
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 tor 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  Csl-n.-aa.-bla Street.
Custom Work -troiiipily attended to. dwto
■•-        EilxiC*
(LUNDBOM'8 BUILWSO, FRONT STREET
UGH,
3-3A1ES   HT
IGMDISE!
Constantly on Hand nn Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,-   Boots & Shoes, Huts & Cups,
Crockery, Glassware, &e*
IK!. S3 2$ • 3     .fis     BOYS'     S17XTS.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STOKE8.
N. II.—Fnrm Produce bought nt market rates or Kold on commission,  ia.Orden
from the Iniorlor promptly attended to. dwJeSto
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
UP & MESTMENT AGENCY, Ld.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY   S.   MASON,
CUYLER A.   HOLLAND,
HEAD OFFICE, • 15 Serjeants Inn FleetSt. ■ LONDON, EN6.
The Euiuticss of ALLSOP !. MASON has been merged In tbo above Compuy
and will be carried on by the Company from this date aa a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agenjy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rat-as. Town Lots and Forming
LuaAa for Sale on easy terma.
Victoria B. C„ May lOtb, 1S87. dwje7t*?
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"CMtortalssoirclladapted to-hlldrenthai I Cxtort. mrss Ool!., OMHH-»tlon,
m8o.O*tf-*^St.,BrooUrnlN.Y.   I WuEt'lniuri
The Centaijr Cohtasy, 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
M0A.McRAE
RlevchsusTit 'I ai'mi.
BKAUTirUI, 1UXGK OF
Biack& Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Check
foit sfhino and summer.
Opp. Colonial Hotel
Columbia St.,   .   New Westmissteu,
ilwmhSStc
HACK, LIVERY, STACE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE BUUflORlBBnfl ARE NOW PREPARED TO TU11W OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
Al Special Low Rates.
hj-t _i __ Mi tf king
Done at Shortcut Notice.
Dry Coranood delivered to any pnrt of
tbo City.
Orden by Tolophono will receive prompt
attention.
MTStablei nc-nrly opposito O.P. R. De-
pot, Columbia ftU, NewWost min ntor,
djalltc      QILLEY BR08. l*i:oi---.
Feed,LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
*PI?iOI'*BI3DTO*El.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSE8
for Hire,  Hacks call at all Btoamein
nnd Trains.   Special attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Ordors may bo left at tho OAleeof Mathers A Milll-iiiii,Commission MerehnntH,
Front Btreeti NflW WobL daeSIto
W. ELSON,
Merchant Tailor,
PORT MOODY, B. C.
Mr. Elsou will bo at the Colonial Hotel
the Qrat Wednesday in each month for
the purpose of taking orders.     dwjo28tc
IMPERIAL
FIE INSURANCE CCiMP'V.
1 Old Hroad St. and 16 Pall Mau-,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES ft OTHKB
Buildings. Goods, Wares, Morchan.
disc, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships In Port, Harbor or Dook, and tbo
Cargoes of such Vessels; alio, SbipH build
ing and repairing, Barges and outer Ven
bcIs on navigable rivers and canals, aad
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Groat Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FKOM LOBS OR DAMAGE BT F1BK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every informi*
tion can be obtained on application to
W. J. ABMSTR0NG,
Agent lo.* Now Wo<t-nlnst<r,
To k Francisco, Cal,
BY WAY OP THE
X.IKS.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
OTIOKEB IN TIME THAN AN Y OTHER
HOUTE BETWEEN
Mew Weitminster and 8u ham,
CRUND SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC C0MT
PULLMAN   BUFFET 8LEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING  CARS
For Accommodntlon of Beoond-CInss Ptt-
sengors, aUaohod to Express Trains.
Faro from rorllnml to Saoramenlojsnd
wm Finnolsco-Unllmltod, B5r First-
olass (Limited), HO; seoond-elu. (Ll-
TlIKOUuh TICKETS to .11 points Sonth
and East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES:
City Omra, No, 1st Cor. First Sj Ald.l
Htrcots;
Dei-ot oi-kioe, Cor, F A Front streetsi
Fortland, Oregon,
R, KOEHLEK,       E.F. HOOEBS,
Manager.       AMl.O, F. 4 F. A-|t 5nilj) gSritish Columbian
Tkoraday Evenlns, Nor 10. ,889.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Teachers'Examination S. D. Pope
Tenders G. W. Grant
TOWNfiEY.-In (his city, on the liith
Inst., the wife of T.O. Townley, barrister-
iit-lnw, of a son.
The Vancouvor plumbers aro on
strike.
The city was nlivo with Vancouvor
people to-day.
Tlio rifles parade to-night and tho
artillery to-morrow night.
All tbo fushionable iced beverages, tit
tho "Hub," next tlio "Queen's."   *
Freah Eastern nnd Native Oysters,
served in every stylo, at the Club. *
Real estato continues most active
and the demand ia steadily increasing.
Russell's Reslaurant, opposito the
Amoricun Hotol, open day and
night. a0m8*
Dr. C. E. 0. Brown leaves Tuesday
14th inst., for Cliilliwoek; will return
Friday 17th. *
The salmon run Inst night was unsatisfactory, Tlio nockeys spurt has
almost fizzled out.
Both the Royal Oity Mills aud the
Brunotto Saw Mills aro running night
and day nt present,
200 lots on the Thome road, from
$65 upwards at §10 pur month. - \V.
Reidt, Front stroet. 'f
The str. Irving left fur Ohilliwack
this morning taking 30 passengers and
a fair cargo of freight.
The str. Rithet loft for Victoria this
morning with 26 passengers, 00 tons
of freight nnd 3 carloads of cattle.
O, J, Robson has just imported a
cream soda fount, the now and fash-
onable drink; fivo different flavors.*
New Stationery. Try the Vellum
Parchment Note Envelopes. Presbyterian Hymn Books.—Miss Peebles. *
The now civic buildings on McKenzie Btreet are approaching completion
and will soon be ready for occupation,
Lots in sub. Lot 6, B. XII, Dublin
and London streets-§100 and 8125,
on easy terms.—Woods, Turner &
Gamble. *tc
North Arm Road Lota, from $100;
Sapperton, $150; and Brownsville Acre
Lots at §100, on easy terms, at W, J,
Walker & Co's.      " *
Look oue for the great sale of lots in
tho town of Seattle, at the Mission
Bridge, on June 15th next. For particulars, apply to Wm. Reidt.       *
Three carloads of blooded stock and
a consignment of thoroughbred poultry
arrived from the east last night, consigned to parties in Victoria and on
the Delta.
More strawberries 1 Mr. Jas. Wise
laid on our table this afternoon sumo
fino npe strawberries, just picked
from his garden on R'»ynl avenuo and
promises to make it a bos in a day or
two.   Thanks, in advance.
At the polico court this morning a
woman named Miry Bird, a keeper of
a house of ill-fame, was charged with
unlawfully detaining tho properly and
wearing apparel of Belle Moure, an inmate of ber house. Xo one apperod to
prosecute and the caso wus dismissed
with cost).
Stock ranch, on Pitt River, for S3,*
500; worth at present rates $0,000;
270 acres land with improvement; 130
aores high bush land, rest prairio.
Must be sold immediately; a raro
chance for anyone with the cash; double
your money in 12 months. Apply to
T. J. Trapp. *
To njorrow tho ratepayers of. Vancouver will vote on a loan by-law to
raise $125,000 for slreet improvement'-,
sewerage extension, market building,
etc. The New-Advertiser opposes the
loan and tho World favors it. Tho
tight will bo very bitter, as both parties
have strong support.
The two men who robbed Oras-
sio's store, at Vancouver, of $1,800
worth of jowelry, and were arrested in
Seattle, could not be returned to Vancouver. Tbe Seattle police, howover,
detained thom on charge of having
smuggled gooda into the country, and
they are now held on that chargo.
Ripe strawberries are not bad for
tho 10th of May. Wo received a box
n box of "lirst-lruits" to-day from Mr.
D. McPhaden, Brown on Ins ranch
near the city. Mr. McPhaden informs us that he picked several boxes
this morning and in a few days expects
to flood the market with the delicious
fruit.
So a the rn Hallway Mailer*-.
Southern Railway affairs are progressing quietly and satisfactorily all
along the line. By the end of this
mouth seven milea of road will bo
graded nnd ready for tho rails on this
end of the line, and hy tho end of
June it is oxpected that two-thirds of
the British Columbia section -vill be
siiniliarly completed. Near Whatcom
two hundred men have been put on,
and between Wlmt.*om nud Seattlo the
surveyors are tit wurk.
A Fine Sew ItcHlriencc.
Mr. IJ, V. Edmonds is about lo
erect a handsome nnd commodious
residence for himself on his property
at tho corner of Qtioen's avenuo and
Park lane. Tho situation is a charming
onu directly opposite the uew park and
commanding a line view of tbo city nnd
river. The plans show a beautiful exterior, two stories besides basomont,
and a spacious well nrranged interior;
the wholo being modern in every respect. The interior will be finished iu
uaiive woods—alder, maple nnd cedar
— and wiB probable show some superior joiner's work. This line residence when completed will cost over
910,000 and be au ornament to that
part of tiie city. Mr, G. \V. Grunt ia
the architect.
Hone Antlr*.
Columbia .streot  was   moro   than
usually lively and attractive last night.
After tho usual parado of tho Salvation army and tlm excitement therefrom had died away Mr.  Dashwood
-  Jones' horse undertook to "go it alono"
for the edification of the general pub*
ho.   The animal succeeded admirably,
but wh finally captured after kicking
up a terrible dust.   About the samo
time a refractory saddle horse  mndo
several frantic attempts to rid itself of
the encumbrance ou its back.   After
bicking and filling for n time the rider
wm finally dislodged,  nnd  tho  victorious animal galloped   down   tho
•treet, its tail waving proudly through
the air and its general appearance indicating "see  the conquering horuo
comes."	
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
'-The Srrap Boob.*'
Will bo presented by tho Royce-
Lansing Co, this evening. Though ita
"plot" is not a deep one, it will be
fouud sufficient to act as a ''binding"
for the groat variety of "scraps" contained within its covers. It abounds
with the latest uud most popular songs
and music, embraces a great variety of
new nnd novel musical and comedy
specialities, giving amplo scope for tho
display of the peculiarly versatile
talents of eacb member of the company.
It is designed to make you laugh. In
a word, its mission is to givo its auditors two hours of clean, delightful
amusement. After witnessing it you
will add your verdict to that of thousands of others, viz., "Ita mission is
well conceived, and most faithfully
carried out."
An A lise i» tin In it nl Slvtnsli.
Yesterday an absent-minded Siwash
came nearly being wafted to tho happy
hunting grounds, using Vianen's slip
ns a starting point. He had finished
unloading his salmon and was busily
occupied in making a mental calculation of lhe chickamen securing therefrom, at tho same timo walking along
tho edge of the floating slip. In yoars
gone by Mr. Vianen's forefathers wero
of a piratical turn of mind, which profession seems to havo been inherited by
the present head of tho house, as it is
impossible for anyono to get nccets to,
or egress trom, bis slip without lirst
having to "walk the plank," Tho Siwash being unuccu.tomod tu narrow
paths forgot to look fur tho plank and
when the end of the slip waa readied, his progress being unchecked, he
naturally stepped oft' and down iuto
tho water. There is nothing like cold
water to revive a man and bring him
to his senses, and so it vas with the
Siwash. He recognized instantly ho
had made a mistake, and just as his
head disappeared from viow ho gave
vent to a howl of disgust which startled
tho echoes on both Bides of the river and
announced to tho surrounding reality
that u Siwash had blundered. He was
finally dragged out, greatly lamenting
his unfortunate wash.
Ilotu',1 of Trade.
At a meeting of the council of the
board of trade held yesterday afternoon, several matters of publio interest wero taken up. A letter was read
from Mr. H. Abbott enclosing a tracing from a plan of the proposed Mission bridgo showing a draw of 80 feet,
with rows of piles driven on each side
as leaders to the draw so as to facilitate tho passage of vossols. Mr. Abbott cnclosod two letters from steamboat men expressing the opinion that
this arrangement would provide eullici*
ent accomodation for shipping, and
ou the strength of this Mr. Abbott
asked the board to modify its demand
for a 100-foot draw. After fully discussing tho matter tho board passed a
resolution reaffirming ito opinion that
the draw should be 100 feet, as no evidence or circumstance hnd boen presented to it which would justify thu
modification asked. Tho secretary
wua alao instructed to ask Mr. Abbott
to inform the hoard whero ho proposed to place thu draw and in what
depth of water, ai it had been advised
that the draw would probably be
placed whero tho water was frequently
insufficient for the passage of steamers.
The board was advised that four
slreet letter boxes had been ordered fur thu city in response to its
suggestion, and a resolution was passed
respecting the most suitable places for
them to bo erected, nnd requesting
that an additional box be furnished for
Sapperton. A copy of the new river
chart wna presented, and a committee
was appointed to examine it and report. Tho committee appointed to report upon Mr. Munn's application to
havo tho North Arm deepened reported that a propor estimate of the cost
could not be given without a survey,
and suggested that tho federal government be requested to have soundings
taken. Tho report was adopted. The
secretary was instructed to ask the
post office authorities for a better mail
Bervico between this eity and Port
Moody, whtch is not now satisfactory.
i-riK.i the Niu-tii,
Tho str. Princess Louise arrived from
Nans and Skeena rivers yesterday at
noon, thirtoon days being consumed
in the round trip. The canneries arc
reported to bs ready forthe salmon
run, which is expected to begin in
about two weeks. Four missionaries
were among the passengers, and on
board the Bteamer an Indian named
"Bat," chargod with murder of an Indian woman somo tuunths ago, was
brought down, and also, threo Indian
witnesses.—Tuesday's Colonist
a rirK'.cii-sH Circus.
Over 3,500 peoplo filled thu circus
tent last night, tho afternoon performance having convinced Victorians of
the first-cluss character of Jno. S. Mc*
Million's circua. Before eight o'clock,
the hour sot for tho opening of the
performance, the doors were closed aud
the peoplo who camo lato woro turned
nwny by tho hundreds. Tlio circus
was one of the good old fashioned sort
—ono ling and every act n good one
nnd worth tho undivided attention of
tho houso. Gcrnld Leon, in his burlesque trick elephant performance,
caused tho audience to literally growl
with laughter. Tho act was tho best
of its kind, and Mr. Leon's comical
method of advertising city firms
"caught on" immensely. Tho funniest
part of tho show, nnd by tho majority
considered thu bost, however, was the
performance of Mr. Loon a groat trick
donkoy. It was huge. This aet alone
is worth tho price of admission nnd
should bo seen to-day by all who have
not yot aoon it,—Tuesday's Colonist.
North Field ttullwny.
A survey party, in chnrgo of Mr. It.
Heyland, civil engineer, is now ongag-
od in boating the lino of railway from
tho North Field Mino of tho Vancouver Coal Oompany to tho shipping
fioint at Departure Bay. Tho now
ino will cross both the East Wellington colliery nnd tho Esquimalt and Nanaimo railway linos. The lino will be
nbout four miles in length and will bo
built to the samo gunge as the present
lines belonging to tho new Vancouvor
Coil Company.
Extensive loading wharves and
shutos will be erected at Departure
Bay botween the EuhI Wellington
onlliery wharves and what is known as
Newcastle or Harowood Point. The
shipping point is about one-and-a-half
miles distant from this city, nnd juat
beyond tho Newcastle reserve. It is
tho intention, we understand, of Mr,
Samuel M. Bobbins, superintendent uf
the company, to push the construction
of the line with all possible dispatch.
It is expected the coal will be reached
in the shaft by the end of July, Mr,
Robert Scott, the contractor, U progress-
sing favorably with the work. The
exact route of tho lino has not yet been
definite))- decidod upon, except that it
will bo taken to Departure Bay.—Free
Press.
leather Queer.
By the diqbaudmont of the 7th battalion twenty-four officers aot ually pass
out of tho military service. Altogether tho clean sweep mado by the
minister last week removes 53 Ontario
officers, fifteen Quebec officers, two
New Brunswick officers, nino Nova
Scotia officers, and two British Columbia officers—in all 81—from tho active
list. Besides the 7th battalion, tho Victoria Riflo Compauy of British Columbia ia disbanded. By tho wiping out
of this compuny British Columbia is
loft with a volunteer force of 225 officers and men all told. Tho Victorians
aro no more becauso thoy were found
by tho deputy adjutant*general at the
last inspection to be uon-efFective. It
is somowhat queer that tho report of
the D. A. G. has been acted
upon with auch alacrity, seeing
that the St. Jean Buptisto Rifle
Company of Manitoba, a Fronch
organization, reported timo nnd again
to be lion-efl'eotivo nud worse than useless, is allowed to remain on Iho list.
Not only has thia St. Joan Bnptisto
company boen ao reported upon, but
it is actually without arms and accoutrements. The rifles wero turned in a
couplo of yeara ngo, and tho auditor-
general's report still announces tho
payment of n small sum for "the care
of arms,"—Mail,
CORRESPONDENCE.
Itcglslcr fur Scl-niil Trustee I'lertlon.
Editor Columbian.—At tho annual
city school meeting, in June, 1888, a
resolution was passed to the effect that
our peoplo should register their names
under the school law. Will you kindly
publish tho following for the information
of the publio:
WHAT C0MP11ISE3 NEW WESTMINSTER CITY
SCHOOL    DISTRICT   ASD   THK WARDS
THEREOF FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES,
New Westminster (4th June 1870)
City school district comprises : A
radius of two miles from Lytton Square,
New Westminster — subdivided into
wards as follows :
1. All that portion of land north-cast
of Clement street, extended in a right
line in both directions to the boundaries
of the, district, including Sapperton, ahall
be known as St. Patrick's Ward.
2. All that portion of land lying botween St. Patrick's Ward and Douglas
street, extended in a right line in both
directions to the boundaries of tho district, Bhall be known as St. George's
Ward.
3. All thoso portions of land not included iu either St Patrick's Ward or
St. George's Ward shall bo known ns St.
Andrew's Ward.
WHO MAY BE REGISTERED AS VOTERS,
Any householder or freeholder resident
in any ward of any City ScIiodI Dlstrlot
for a period of six months previous tothe
application to register, and the wifo of
any Buch householder or freeholder, shall
bo entitled to be registered as a voter for
tho election of Trustees in tho ward in
which ho or she resides: Provided
Chinese and Indiana shall not be registered-
DECLARATION OF CLAIMANT,
Every person desiring to bo registered
as a voter shall be required to make the
following declaration :
"I do declare aud affirm tbat I am a
resident householder (or freeholder ns the
case may  be), ward  of City
School District, and that I have heen a
continuous resident householder (or freeholder) in such ward for the last six
months."
Or, "I do declare and affirm that I am
the wife of a resident householder (or
freeholder)  in ward  of City
School District, and that my husband has
been a continuous resident householder
(or freeholder) in such ward for tho last
six months."
Blank '"Declarations" may bo obtained
at the government agent, Mr. Charles
Warwick's, offico,
WHO MAY TAKE VOTER'S  DECLARATION.
Such declaration shall bo taken before
the government agent, New' Westminster, or before a justico of tho peace,
WITHIN* WHAT   TIME,
The register of voters Bhall ho opened
on tho first day of July in eaoh year, and
Shall be CLOSED AFTER THE   31ST   DAY OF
may in the following year,    *
John McKenzie,
Secretary School Board.
N. W., Hth May, 18S!).
Donald "Trullii,"
Never was there delivered from the
forum of ancient Rome n more impassioned oration than thnu delivered
from the stoop of ReveUtokes hall of
justice by Jack Kirkup on Wednesday
last. While those of Rome were rendered in classic Latin, slack's wns
spou-al in pure Chinook. The weighty
quostiou argued was who stole two
horses and one squaw from a band of
Indians that strayed into Revulstoke's
precincts. Jack satisfied tho band that
no ono did it, and they departed on
their way rejoicing.
The government has decidod to immediately begin tho necessary preliminary work on tho main trunk road
that will connect: the lower Kootenay
country with Golden. Surveys will
bo made and thu work laid out, so that
operations can bo pushed as soon ns
the appropriation is available in July.
It has been decided to begin work
where it was left off last full, that is,
at n point about 50 miles up tho Columbia from Golden. Tho road to the
McMurdo district will nlso be commenced, It will bu built up tho Spila-
mncheim River route.
It is stated that the syndicate who
hnve begun work at Rovelstoko will
hnvo 100 men employed within 10
days. They now hnve men cutting
out and clearing off a 120-foot street
along the river bank from tho old town
of Farwell to tho railroad station. It
will bo half a mile long, nnd be built
on ono side. Horses nud machinery
passed through Donald on Friday.
Tho smettcr building will bo 30x220
feot nnd two stories high. Tho smelting plant will havo n capacity of 00
tons a day, and bu of tbe samo pnttern
ns that of tho Omaha smelter at Omaha
and tho groat smelter at Denver. Completo sampling works will _ be run in
connection with the smelting plant
Tho mining business is beginning to
lako A little spurt upward in this section of Kootenay distriot. Work has
been commenced in oarnost on a smelter at Revelstuke; that it will be continued to completion is not altogether
n conundrum, ns it is said tho syndicate havo $57,000 to its credit at tho
Commorcinl Bank of Winnipeg. While
the syndicate may not have enough
oro of tholr own tn continuously run
tho smeller should it be blown in, out
side prospects and mines will undoubtedly help out. If the enterprise is-in
the hands of men who mean business,
tlioro is uo doubt but what it will bo
of great benefit to Rovelstoke and
tbo mining districts adjacent thereto.
There is no hopo of getting even a
small fraction of tho ore of tho Toad
Mountain and Kootenay Lako districts
up tho Columbia to Rovelstoko this
year. The C. P. R. will not build the
short Hue railroad botween Kootenay
Lake and Sprout's Lauding, aud the
government did not mako an appropriation, for a wagon road; so tho ore
will nil go south to to the Northern
Pacific.
W.E. Belcher, froightagontCP.R.,
has resigned his position in Winnipeg,
to accept tho position of eastern freight
agent of the Northern Pacific & Manitoba Railway, with headquarters at
Toronto.
When Baby wu siak, ws gsvo ber Cutoria,
When sho was a Child, ahe cric-1 for Cutoria,
Whon she Locarno Bits, the clan-* to Car-tori*,
Whtn sin bad Children, ehe cave them Cutoria
TENDERS
Stone & Brick Work.
Q1ENDEHS ARE INVITED BY THE
undersigned up toll p. m.on TiiCHilay
lite 'Hut loaf., for the excavation nml
masonry foundations of a Hesldeneo on
Queen's Avenue for Mr. H, y. Edmonds,
Plans nnd specification*, at my oflice.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted,
G. W. GRANT,
Architect.
New West., May 10, 1880.      UmylGM
Education Branch of the
Provincial Secretary's Dei-'t,
Victoria, May 7th, 1889.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Annual Examination of candl-
Uatos for certificates of qualification to
tench In the Public Schools nf the Provinco will he held as follows, commencing
on Hi-mlii?, July Silt, at 10 a. in.:
in Victoria Legislative Hall.
In Kami oops,,, PublldBclioo] Building.
Each applicant must forward a notice,
thirty days before the Examination, statin-,- the class and grade of ccrtlflcato for
which he will bo a candidate, and the
place at which he will attend.
S. D. POPE,
dmylOmi Superintendent of Education.
^TO'X-XaiEi
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE
L applied to the Hon. the Minister of
Lands) and Worka for u license to cut and
remove timber from the following described lands situated on Deep Cuvo of
North Arm of Burrard Inlet, In Group I,
New Westminster District:
Commencing nt a post set CO chains west
from Deep Cove, west MO chains, thence
north 83 chains, tbence cast UH chains,
tbence south F.fi chains, theuco north-OOSt
(is1-; deg., 15.50 chains, thence south 1(1
chains to pointof com mencement.,
W, II. HIGGINS.
New West., B. 0„ 10th May, 1880.     dint
CIVIC NOTICE.
PERSONS INTENDING TO ERECT
Building or Fences within tho City
limits will be furnished with propor street
lines on application to tbe Council,orto
tboBonrd of Works. Applications must
be in writing.
J. O. .TAQUES,
Chairmnn Board of Works.
New West., May 8,1889. dmy8ml
Max O'Neil
(Under tlio Ansiikcs ot llie V.M.O.A.)
Will Deliver His Famous Lecture:
dron Cry for Pitcher1-Castoria
THROUGH CANADA,
 WITH	
Ume Light Illustrations!
 IN THE	
ODDFELLOWS'   HALL,
Friday   Evening,   17th   May.
Admission,     •     S5 cents.
Reserved seats for sale at D. Lyal A Co's.
RETURN OF THE FAVORITES
ONE NIGHT,
Timrsdiiy, Mny ICtli, 1889.
__■___    -5T 13 .__. 3R,    9IE
SUCCESS brines SUCCESS.
Second Transcontinental Tour
OF THE FAVORITE
R0YCE & LANSING
Musical comedy Comp'y.
Wo Hnvo
THE FUNNIEST COMEDIANS.
THK BRIGHTEST OF SOUBRETTS,
FIII.I, MANDOLINE oil, 11EHTHA.
SIXTY SOLID SII.VEIt SWISS HELLS.
THE SPANISH TROUBADOURS.
VOCAL * OCARINA QUAHTET.
GUITAR. ZITHER, VIOLIN A BANJO
FLAYERS.
8CUUUERT STRING QUARTET.
Muslo, Burlesque, Oporu nml Comedy
nil In ono ureal, nrourfimme. I'ross and
Iiublle unanimous In llli Ir praise. Crowds
turned away nightly during 1)10 Sun Frnn-
rlsco engagement,
Krrnr,' seats early, at HKRIUNd'S
DRUU STORE. dmyllld
The Best imported
J' HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTION.*-
from Louis Davis, Esq., to sell by
iibllo Auction, on
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Afternoons, tho mil nnd IHUi -liny, nt 2.80
o'clock, a largo car-load of EASTERN
FURNITURE, consisting of:
Bedroom Suites,
In Oak, Mahogany, Walnut nnd Ash,
which nre fitted with vory expensive
circular and square French linvel-pliitc
Mirrors; elegantly carved and well finished,
Side-Boards, ■     ■
In Oak, Ash nud Walnut.
Book Coach,
Open and Closed.
Secretaries & Writing Desks,
Very conveniently arranged nnd well
finished,
Extension Dining Tables,
Massive and solid, from 0 to B feet,
A large nnmher of HED-ROOM 8ETB-
CANESEAT CHAINS nnd other Artl*
clcB-all of whleh arc of excellent workmanship nnd nro erjuat In quality nnd
finish to anything yet Imported,
Tho above wilt ho on view everyday
until Ibe sale comes ofr.  Partlos wishing
to secure tho best should not fait to bo on
hand Friday nt 2.80 p. m.. at the Oddfellows' Ulock, Oolumbla Ht„ New Westminstor. t. J. MAMS
Auctioneer,
Now Went., Moy 14,1880.      dmyHM
WANTED.
A POSITION AS HOOK-KEEPER or
Clflrk anil nook-keeper, by ti gradual--of I lie Bryant A Slrhttou BuHiiie-st'oi-
lego.of Boston, Mush. Address -'Mc." wire
of Coi.Ull ni an. dmyiril'l
Wanted for Cash.
A BUILDING LOT BETWEEN DOUG-
las road and Clement street, uot. farther up than Pelham  street.    Address,
stating size, location, und If cleared,
dmylota P. O. Box O, City.
Tenders for Painting
TENDERB WILL BE RECEIVED UP
to Mim-Iay. Mny ','otli, Inst., nt 10 o'olock a. m., for the Painting of the Clove-
laud Hotel, outside.
Specifications ut RAND BROS.' Oflice.
New Westminster, May 13,1880.   dmy!3td
FOE   SALE.
T-3I0"3OTJ-O-**3:--BItEl*D
Clydesdale Stallions
AT THE STABLES OF JOS. M. W.SE
In this City, us follows: One-l-vcnr.
old and two i'-jetir.HlilH.   If not disposed
of beforo Snturdny tho 18th inst., the abovo
will bo sont to Victoria.
The nbovo arc the property of
MoHUGH BROS..
dmylGtS Calgary, N.W. T.
Lnnd Registry Ordinance, 1870
New Westminster Suburban Lot No. IS,
Block X.
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Tltlo to the above mentioned Lot
will bo Issued lo Henry Elliott; on the lot li
day of Juno, 1880, unless In the meantime
a valid objection thereto bo made to tbo
undersigned, In writing, by some person
claiming nn estato or interest In snid Lot
or somo part thereof.
It. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Offloe, 	
Now Westminster, 7th March, 1880.
mh7d3m	
Holsiein-Freisien
C-A-TTLIEL
WE EXPECT TO BE AT NEW "WEST-
minster
About the Hth Mny
With a choice consignment of the above
Dairy Cows.
Holsteln-Freislan Cows make the most
Milk, Butler, Cheese and Beef of any
breed living.
_. E. PAGE & SONS.
Calgary, Alhorln, Moy 11,1SSD.   dmyI512
Oanadian Pacific Railway,
PACIFIC DIVISION,
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
W.J.ffALEEE&CO.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, Now Westminster, B.C.
ITei.kpiione No. 55.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS ANO AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK ANO SHARE BROKERS,
London and Lanemhlre Fire nnd
Uritl-th Km pi re Life Insurance
Co nap-title k.
New WeitmlttBter Building Society.
Accountant's Office, Diocese of N.W*
City Auditor!, 1886,1887 and 1888*
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
nnd other monetary transactions,
Have several good Investments on tholr
boobs, nnd all new comers will do well to
call before doing business elaewliorc,
dwSdely
a
_-\WNEHH AND MASTERS OF VER-
\J gelt-and other (,'rafl navigating the
Fraser Hlver are i.-iinlioned In keep within
tbo Buoys painted Red and White* respectively, at the Mission lh'lilire, hs during the construction of tho Bridgo* navigation between the bunko of the lllver
mid tho Buoys is dangerous, owing to piles
being driven there.
II. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent.
Vancouver, li. C, 7th May, ISSit,   dniySlc
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JUST   RECEIVED,
Direct from Germany, by Express,
The Latest lovslties in
JERSEYS
In New Shades and Combinations.
Nothing Like Them Sver Shown in the City
before.  Call and See them.
Ogle, Campbell ^Freeman
dwtc
gQYS
' OLOTHING.
We have now the most complete stock of Boys' and
Youths' Clothing on the Mainland. We have not 5,000 suits
but can supply all the boys of Westminster.
SEE OUR $2 SUIT. IT'S A BEAUTY for the MONEY
SUITS, ANY PRICE UP TO 37.00.
BOYS' STRAW HATS.
Good 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, 0AMFBELL & CO.
LONDON HOOSE!
HOSIERY.
The finest assortment of
Ladies', Children's and Infants' English and German Hosiery direct from
the manufacturers.
Largest assortment of Ladies' Jerseys, English and German make, ever shown in
town.    _________
Jas. Ellard! Co
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
dwociato
nJm      tm   ^ta-a*"*** JLi VwkMiiJiiAhMmJ •«
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK  OF MONTREAL
dtc
COLUMBIA STREET.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
MaXIB   X3ST
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
I_a*bxad.or ZKerxin.g's,
*L£ac*lsexel, Salt Cod,
.A-xnao-ar's TJnc. "Kame,
_ft.xnao*ax's "CTnc- Bacon.
-FIoiax. Bxaxi. Sla.oxts,
WHIQHEST PRICES PAID FOE FARM PRODUCE.
I -Mi-wiy 8eouliar-Armstrong Blook, Columbia St.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WAlti-, A'G.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PEICES.
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses in steel, rubber, silver m'C #,tA
frames.   The finest Pebble*} made, $4 per pair; all sights suitul.
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Uavitij* learnt,,, tin-
businesa thoroughly from some of the fineat Horologora in England, and aliicp thou
managed the watcn-ropairlng departments of a few of thobuat firms on the continent of America, is a sufllniunt guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly nnum*
ger for nearly 8 years of tho well-known firm of Savago & Lyman, Montreal.
Cbnrgcs Moderate* . , „ .
Montreal, Dee., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Ear-., Chairman ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, Bays: "I never found a Wntohinakor who did so
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you aro not hero to-day."
dwupttta
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S      ■*     Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
Clearing Out Sale!
-OF	
GENTS' CLOTHING
 AND	
HATS and CAPS.
WE HAVE DETERMINED TO RETIRE  FROM  THIS BRANCH* OF
our business, tho wholo of our availablo room boing required for oiir in-
oreaslng trado in GENERAL snd FANCY DRAPERY, *o„ and wo now offer our
ontiro stock of Gentlemen's Clothing and tints and Cans for tho noxt
21 days at a
DISCOUNT OF 20 PER GENT., FOR GASH.
tB" Our Stoek Is all now, woll selected and of first-class quality nnd style,
xarThis is a GENUINE SALE and tho wholo stoek must bo cleared,
W. & C. WOLFENDEN,
dwsolOto
Corner Columbia ft Mary Streets.
BON MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER A 8HADWELL.
dwieSSl.

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