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Array QOfMttiaeuii Eriuting offir
Daily
Columbian.
VOLUME 6
NBW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 18, 1889.
NUMBER 143
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
T. C. ATKlNSOffl,
J ARUISTRR, BOUOITOR, Ac. OfflccH-
5 Masonic Building, New WoBtinlnater,
UWU!
ARMSTRONG A UlCKSTEIN,
SARRIBTERB, SOLICITOUS, ETC-
5 Masonlo ilulldlng, New Wet-tmln-
cr, B. C. dwmy-ito
W. Mill MAN BOMO,  (i.C,
JbARRISTER-AT-LAVV.LANIlAGKN'1.
kf J Monoy to Loan- OMcu-Uliirksoii St.,
w WcHtmlimtar,!! 0,    ate
4 OKI.Of III, ttctlM.1. A JENM,
)ARRIRTERS, SOLICITOUS, oto. Offi-
J eeB—Masonlo lliiUdltigfl, New West-
Hlnster, and Vancouver, U. C.        dwto
A. C. BRYDOKIS-JACK, 91. A„
TOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,
_,-! Ac. Barrister of tlio New Brunswick
■apremo Court. Olllco in the H-miley
■utldlng. Columliln. Ht., opposite Iho ColliiltiI Hotel. dupfltc
§ JOSEPH li, GAYNOR, U.A„I-L.B.
DlOLD MEDALIST of the Untvorsltj of
m Lublin. BARR1STER-AT LAW of
'in High Cnui't of JviKtlccs lreluud. OilkcH,
jtn-noi- MoKenzlo & Olarkson Hts,, New
Best min ster. dWfe2lto
3. H* GATMWOOD, FJ.D.H.,
lURGEON LENTIST-A Ornduato of
I the Baltimore Dent-il College, is pre-
frred to Uo all kinds of Don tal Work, Ot-
%e ovor McLennan A MoFeely-'B liard-
liro store, 133 Cordova Ht,, Vancouver,
" ■lll)iH0tO
Ct, V.. UHAAIT,
RCHITECT,  Ollloe-Cornor Mnry and
■   Olarkson sts., Westminster,   dwto
GLOW A IU ACL DUE,
[ RCHITECTS.    Offlce-Room E, over
Bank of B. C.,Columbin8trect,Wost-
fti-stor. dtc
"WlLLIASl  tl. KING,
I RCIIITKCT.SANITAUYENGINEER,
i. Au. Reihovod to Armstrong's Block,
jiurabla Stroet,   Westminstor — Room
ti.'2.
dto
W. TII1BAVDEAU,
J-AND SURVEYOR ANP DRAUGHTS*
ft num. Hamley Block, Now Wostmln-
fr, B. 0. diny 16 tc
a. p. vottout,
Dominion and provincial land
P  SURVEYon. Office! ItoomD.Bank
In* C. hillldlng, V.'.'Stmliistcr.B.C.
g. I'lTTi'muaiuo,
JEAL ESTATE BROKER and County
K*. Court Agent. Commissioner, Notary
l}bllc,&o.   Routs collected.   Offlce—Mc-
ii/.lo Street, Now Westminster, B. C.
T. J. TRAPP,
f UUTIONEER    AND    APPRAISER.
Columbia Htreet, New Westminster,
oommlsKlous  will   receive   prompt
I nafrful nttentlon,   Bent references
len -wlion required. mhl2*-tc
TtlllNER, B10KTOS A CO.,
JfERCHANTS. Wharf St., Victoiln.
1 Agents for Norlh British nnd Mer-
itilo Insurance Co, for Mainland. H.
iUsKTON & Co,,33 finsbury Circus, Loti*
, E. 0 .  dtc
9
Itenl  Estate  Brokers and
Financial Agents,
&ENT3 FOR
piife-teratlon Life  Association of
J   Toronto,
fioya) and LnnonuMro Flro Insnr-
aii--e Vompunlvs,
UValuable Lots tor sale ln tho City
DiKtrici of Westminster; and choice
.n In tho City of Vancouver.
Jhrsons wishing to buy or sell city or
Ril property Bhould communlento with
lucoa: Bank of B.O, building, opposito
Htoffice,Weatmlnater,nud HnstliigaSl.,
licouver. dwaplOto
SRAMD BROS."
*b_\it HBTATB '-ltOKERS,
Coiivu}'iiuct>ca, Collector!,
And   ln!»«r«in*e Agent!,
NEW WESTMINSTER:  Corner
Mclveti7.il' and Clarkson StH.
VANflOUVEIt, Cordova Ktropt.
LONDON .England.
IjILDlNU LOTS (or snle In all Hcctlons
Bancouvor and New Westminster City,
TVRM LANDS of superior mtullty for
J at Oh i 111 wh licit, Port Hammond;
■gloy, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bny,Lad-
Is Landing, Lulu Islanu, North Arm
I Plti. Rivor.
Jhps and Plans exhibited und tho full-
In formation furnished atallquroffieos,
|W. BOVILL,
ial Estato Agent
I AND CONVEYANCER.
it	
mw ■WESTMINSTERi-Offlco.Maeken-
jjzlo Street.
BNCOUVERl-Offlce,  Abbott   Stroet,
1 loar Cordova StreBt.
fill List of City and Suburban Pro-
My.
I.rtloular attention paid  to Farming
fds.
fccurato  information  to correspond-
ttwmyflyl
: ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
vil Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
IftNCIAL, SHIPPING & COMMISSION AGENTS
Flro. Life *t Murine Insurance.
U'UMniAST.,   •   Ol'P. C0L0SIAI. IIOTEL
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
tlVE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
n tentlon to all professional orders and
Jder their Bervlcea toroBidentj*.and non-
idonts having Oity or Country Property
iiiHpo.-io of or desiring profltablo Invest-
furllsls of eligible properties aro com-
-Ihonsivo and constantly rccotvlngaddl-
lutt, nml our favorable eastern connee-
Ihb both In Cauadii and the Atlantic
kites givo us unusual facilities for bust*
Special attention will bo paid to tho
BroluiBo and Inspection of Lumber for
■pniont to foreign ports. Tnniingechnr-
iod and general slilpplng business trans*
Rod. dwapjyl
MBB8B3.
Jiacpherson & Thomson
'.Of Ontario and Murquelte, Mloblgnn,
havo opoaod a
IN THE HOLBROOK BLOOK,
R-IumMa Street, _ doors East
of Telegraph Offlce.
I They havo a comploto assortment of
■,,-rythlng usnally fountl ln a Urst-class
e un Storo, comprlshiK puro nnd frosh
-UQS, OHEMIOALS,
PATENT MEDIOINES,
TOILET ARTIOLES,
NQU8H, FRENOH AND
AMERICAN PERFUMES.
,Hiy"lolnns» proscriptions oarofullycom-
': uiuled day and night. foSTdtra
i. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Lato Partner of John MoVloker)
IjtlNING ENGINEER, U.S. & PROVIN-
CI AL SURVEYOR, & AWAYEM.
7JASONI0 Tkmit.k Block, Vanc-ouvi-hi,
W HrrtL Col.
i. iWRellablo nmorts, undergrouud sur-
■■iysand innpsof mines oxooutod allow
Mcs. Assays mudo on till klndt-of iiiin-
fl'nls, gold and silver bars. Thirty yenrs*
jkperlenco In mining ln Asia, Europe
Eid United States of Amerioa. Spoalts
Jin lanauagos. Assays from n distance
Prompily attended to. Address Vancou*
lor.U.C, ddolTto
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools ol all liinds oi tho bostmakoBi Cross-cut A Hand-Saws,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, owl all Iho necoMry Utensils for lilllllill',':
I-ulIcy Blocks, Suatcli Blocks, Hope <V Chain in all sbos; Pitch,
Tar & Oahunii Tan ed and Plain Paper for Building! Paints & Oils
in all colorsi Mould Paints In all shades', Floor l'lllllls ready to osei Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper in all designs; Brooms A Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating; Oils; Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
far Speoial attention given to ordors by mail.
T*E5^.*P*P SO OO.,
W. T.
dwjly3to
Colum nu Street, New Westminbtek.
GRANT & MACLURE.
Boots & Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
New Spring Goods 1
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
-y.  s.  maixr.-aortf-'sj
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street,
New Westminster.
Globe House!
7TJST     EEOBIVBD,
The Latest Novelties in Ladies'
fraw Hats and BonnetsP
Silk Dolmans
and Mantles.
IT*rJC''*EK.(>Wa. ~m7**s7M*C<.   R.A.li!a
!AND BROS.
Real Estate.
Insurance and Financial
A.C3rE3Ii*J■TX,®.
offiobs -
NEW WESTMINSTER, 02RMNoEKREN°^3KTS80
VANCOUVER, conANBEBRoT0T°?-r0RVEAETAsND
—AND-
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG. .or cannon bt.
Farming Lands tTown Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot faoing on Columbia and Front Sts..
in contral portion of tho oity; scvor.il
buildings bring good rent -SM,0OO.OO.
Lot 4, Blook 7, noar Lytton Square,
00x132 foot, fronting on Columbia ana
Front Sts.-80,00O.0O.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St., 33x00 foot—
$1,000.00,
Also—Lot and Building with stock of
Goods, ono of tho host business stands
in tho oity.
Improved Residential Property
Lot 15, Block 13; two houses rented at
paying flgnros-SI.OOO.OO.
Houso and Lot on Lome St., near Col-
umbia-$1250.00.
Lots 4, 6 & 0, Block 10; good houso,
garden, fto.; choice residenco property
-16,250.00.
Corner Lot on Oolumbia St.; fenced and
cleared -J1500.O0.
Houso and Lot on Columbia St.; ono of
tho fincBt residences in tho oity—$7,-
000.00.
Houso nnd Lot on Royal Avonuo, noar
Douglas St.-82,000.00.
Houso and 3 Lots, corner Royal Avenuo
and St. Patrick's St. I no hotter rest-
donee sito in tho city—$10,000.00.
1 aero, with 7 bouses, near the Tark—
(0,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Blook 28; corner lot on Agues St.;
lino residenco site-,1200.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., neor Queen's
Avenue—$500.00 eaeh.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Halifax Sts,, near Clinton St.; line views
and well situated-4350.00, ,375.00,
8500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clintor -
$300.00.
Lot 0, Sub-Blook 10; fine residence lots-
,250.00.
Lots on Fclhnm St., near Mary—(000.00
oach.
Lot on Pelham St., noar St. Andrew's;
lino ,ito~S500.00.
Lot on St. John's St., near Molbouruo—
,350.00.
Lot in St. Andrew's Square - 5300.00.
Lots in Blook fronting on North Am
road; finest chance ln tho market fo:
residence or spoculation-,125.00 ti
,175.00.
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Blool
I2-S00.0O to ,125.00.
Loti in Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloc
1.1—9100.00 oach.
Lots in Westminster Addition at ,15.00
to ,50.00.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder uever varies. A marvel of
purity,RtretiKth nnd wluilesomeii-ji-F,. Mora
economical tiuintlie oriliiifiry kinds, and
ennuol tie sold In competition wl tli the
multitude of low teat) abort welglit alum
or phoHptnito powder**. Sold only In cmm.
RoyalIJakino Powdkh Co., 106 Wall St.,
New York. Sfely
HOUSE TO RENT
ON KT. PATRICK'S SQUAIIE; 5 rooms.
37 por monlli.  Apply to
-■ — J. K. SUI.LEY.
djolle
FOR SALE.
ANEW HOUSE. AND LOT, (or snle
cheap, nu llollliix St., between Pt-1-
luim St. nml Quocii'.'i Avenue, Apply on
tho premises.   [dJol'y2J   S.U.SMITH.
OFFIUEB   IN   TltE    AHMSTIIOXG
Block,    Apply lo
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
djololo Bherlir.
TO RENT.
A PLEASANT ROOM FOR TWO GKN-
tlemon.wlth or without I'nnrd, ln
prlvuto family.   Apply al third houso up
Llio hill, left hand sidcof lii-iiL-liii* street.
dJelOto
Timber Bjiimls for Sale,
THE DISCOVERER'S INTEREST IN
about3,CH0 acre'-of Urst-clasu Timber
Lands, principally Fir.
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE.
New Went., B. C, Juno 11, im.   djeiaml
TO LEASE.
THE UNION HOTEL, oppoalto Musonlo
nna Oddfellows' Blook.
For particular*?, apply at tho
MAINLAND RESTAURANT,
djelml New WeRtmlouter.
First-class Prairie Farm
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND. Norlh Arm, Fraser Rlvor; con-
taluliiB'iOacn'sof tlm flncstfitrtnltt'*: lniiii
In lhe I'ouiiti-y- all dyked, well Impmved,
good buildlnga, good orchard (benrliig).
For furthor Informntlon enquire of
MAJOR A PEARSON,    ,
dmySOfo ' Now WoKfmtnsler.
Plants for Bale!
Glreenliottses, Douglas Street
I:; Uui-at Vakip.ty, Iholudiku,
GERANIUMS, Double nnd Single: FU-
CH1AK, all new vaiielles; ItOSBs,
Doublo PETUNIAS, MOON-FLOWERS]
it lino collectlrm of DAHLIAS (named
variolic**). ANNUALS, ai ets. per do?,.
Mixed UKDDIN« 1'LANTS, SI 50 per clou.
I odor 10 Plants for 5l, luotndliig I Storm
King Kuohia. Bouquet.-*, Wrontlin and
Crosses mndo to ordor. Fruit, Vegotabloa
mul Plowor** at. Slore, next Oily lintel, Columbia St. Orders by mnll promptly attended lo      [dwap'.yU      P. 1,1111.111.
T,
Chemists & Druggists,
Queeh'S Hotel Blook    -    HewWestmihites
A CHOICE LINE OK
Brushes,     Perfumes,
Combs,      SachetPowd'rs
Sponges,     Soaps,
TOILET   ARTICLES.
Proaoriptiona and Family Recipes carefully dispensed from puro Drug!-.
MllhI lit II nltciiil-mcc. daplto
LowBQliBre, Harris
SO   CO.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
—Ann—
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And tnitiHuet all Business relating to
Kciil Mutate.
—AOENTS FOR	
london Ansnranco Corporation.
Connecticut Flro Insurance Co. of
Hartford.
London and Lancashire Lift) Assnr-
mice Co.
Canton Innuranco Ofllco- Ld. (Marine)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dWMliyl
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
A woman always BRems to wear
the largest hut she can lind at niglit;
a mun wants tlie largest hat he can
get in the morning.
One of the sad things connected
with tho hard times in Persia is the
fact that many men with from
fifteen to twenty-five wives havo had
to reduce the number lo three or
four.—'JSoi,
We once know an individual,
says an exchangn, whom a mistake
of half a minuto in hoilhig of a
couplo of eggs would put out of
humor for a wholo day. OccaGiou-
ally this slave of appetite would
thrown dish thut was uot to his
taste out of the window. Yot lie
was a member of tho church, and
naked a blessing on every meal.
After breaking the wishbone—
Sho--There, it's yours. Now wish ;
but mind you mustn't tell your wish
or it will nover come true. He
(tenderly)—But may I not tell you 1
She—Oh, dear, no. He (phnthetic-
ally)—It nevor can come truo
unless I do tell you. She (shyly)
—Well, thon, in such an exceptional
caso, perhaps you   had  better  tell
A learned Irish judge, among
other peculiarities, hud a habit of
begging pardon on overy occasion.
Ou bis circuit his favorite expression wus employed in a singular
manner. At the close of tlio assize,
as he was about to loavo the bench,
tlm offloer of tho court reminded
him that thero was ouo of the criminals on whom ho had not passed
sentence as he hnd intended. "Dear
mo!" said his lordship. "I really
beg his   pardon.   Bring  him   in,"
"Is tho coroner a useless official j"
wns tho question discussed in a
congress of medical jurisprudence a
few days ago. Many of the learned
physicians present decided that ho
was. Whon the coroners meat and
decide that tho doctor is an expensivo
luxury, and tho undertakers resolvo
to do away with both as needless
hindrances to trade, and they in
turn are abolished by an aroused
public opinion, poople will be left
to live and (lie in peace and contentment.
Said Sam Jones to an Atlanta
audience on his return from California : "Tho peoplo in California
will gamble on anything—they will
bet anything from a cigarette to a
wheat Hold. Even the ladies bet.
They will bet their diamonds on a
horse race and their sealskin
sneques on a dog fight, and pay them
too if they loso. Tho poople of San
Francisco don't believo in hell,"
continued Mr. Jones, "but they havo
got moro of it than any other peoplo
I ever saw."
I met Christine Nilsson, uow
Countess do Miranda, while I was
walking tho other day in the Boulevards, says a writer in tho St. Louis
Post-Dispatch. Woo is mo! How
divefully has the once lovely Swede
changed for the worse. She hus
not faded, but sho has fattened.
Her faco is broad, her features
heavy and the expansion of her
cheeks has diminished the apparent
size of her once lustrous blue eyes.
Her bright, fair hair alone reminds
the spectator of her former charms.
The winsome song birds of the last
quarter of a century aro ono by one
losing their notes, and their plumago
as well.
J. W. Graydon's invention, says
tho Scientific American, hus for its
object to enable shells loaded with
large quantities of dynamite to bo
fired from ordinary guns with the
usual powder charge. The improvements consist mainly in subdividing
the shell charge into a number of
small portions of pellets, each consisting of a small quantity of dynamite inclosed in a flexible envelope
of paraffined paper, A further
subdivision of the charge may also
bo ofibcted by means of partitions,
perforated or otherwise. In order
to prevent tho dynamite from he-
coming firod by tho heat generated
by tho oxplosion of the ordinary
propelling powder etiargo in tho gun
tho shell charge is entirely surrounded by an envelope of nonconducting material, such as asbestos
cloth. _____
According to the American
Analt/st, tho worst enemies of the
human race aro the doctors, who try
to prolong our miserable existence in
a world full of death traps. One
medico tells you not to eat or drink
what you relish because you will eat
or drink too much. Another says
that you must only eat whut you
fancy, because you will bolt your
food without giving to each morsel
tho thirty-six mastications which are
necessary for digestion. You must
wear a respirator over your mouth, a
pad on your chest, and a swath of
llanuol round your loins. If you live
in town, you will die of fog; if you
go to tho country, you will be poisoned by had drainage; if you drink
water, you are tempting the typhoid
fiend; milk spells scarlatina, and tea
cake is sudden death. Do you shun
thoso tempestuous pleasures of the
souses and tako refuge in the recreations of tho mind? Do you borrow a
novel from tho circulating library .
That is to import tho germs of disoase
iuto a healthy household. -The volume in your hands may have been
perused by a person recovering from
an infectious illness!
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
THE NORTHERN WINS.
The Northern  Pacific Wins the
Fifflit for Control of the Oregon Roads,
Donald Chisholm, tl. P„ Left for
Banff Last Night, Much Improved in Health.
Two Children and a Woman are
Burned to Death at Mono-
tick, Ontario.
THE   NOBTHBHK   WINS.
Poim-AWD, Or,, Juno 18.—The annual election ef the Oregon and Transcontinental and Oregon Uailwuy and
Narigaiinti companies were held yesterday. Villard gut nwny with the
former and a compromise was affected
whereby the latter will be managed
ua part of the Union Paciiic eystem,
the Northern Pacifio tn have nothing
to do with it. Appended ia ihe new
directory: H. Villard, E. Abbott C L.
Colby, Joseph S. Decker, Colgate
Hoyt, OhaB. H. Ropes, 0. A. Spoffiird
and Hector H. Tyndole- nf New York,
T. H. Bortlett, C. B. Bollinger, A. D.
Charlton, 8. G. Fulton, M, G. Hall,
C. H. ProBcott, Joaepli Simon, Paul
Schulze, Geo. H. Williama of Portland, the directors re-elected tho old
officers.
OANDV FAOTOKY DUIINED.
New York, Juno 18.—HuylorB
candy manufactory, No. 64, Irving
Place, wan burned early this morning.
Loss In atook $25,000; building 315,.
000.
11ESUMIXC1 WOltK.
Johnstown, Juno 18.—Dynamiting
was reaumed thia morning with good
effect. Thn quantity of explosive ia
now limited to 25 pounds for each
charge, instead of 500 and 600 pounds
uaed yesterday, prior to tho citizen's
protont. With the exception of the
Wire Mill the Cambrian Iron Co. stato
they aro now ready for operation in ull
departments. Rails will be made in a
day or two. Tho large number of men
now employed at work will be permanently retained in the employ of
the Co. Tho election in Conomaugh
Valley, including thiacityand surrounding boroughs, promises to be very,
quiet To-day in tho first ward of
Cambria city but uiitht vote:* had been
polled at one o'clock, and a correspond-
in-* Hi'hb poll in ull other precincts
heard from. Tho thoughts of the
voters aro evidently on other things
than politics.
A WHARF CAVES IN.
Boston, June 18 —This morning
Pages' wharf, in Ohnrlcstown, caved
in because of excessive, weight. Several men were killed and drowned.
A largo detail of police has been aent
to the scene.
MYSTERIOUS DEATH. .
Grass Vailev, Cal., Juno 18.—
Laat ui-jht Emily Florence Lord, tho
sixteen year old daughter of J. P.
Lord, a atone cutter, was found doad
at a ranch 20 miles weat of here. Shu
had been living there whilo her fathor
was iu town, and at 5 o'clock was in
good spirits. Whon found thero waa
a bullet hole through her head aud a
live shooter pistol close by the body.
It is said a party from San Francis-en
threatened her life some daya ago,
Tha mutter ia being investigated.
WINNING NUMBERS.
New Orleans, June 18.—Following
uro the winning numbers of Iho large
prizes in to day's drawing of thoL iuU-
ana lottory. First, 61,605; Becond,
62,311; third, 44,624; fourth, 20,728;
fifth, 43,008, sixth, 80,610; seventh,
71,128; eighth, 24.127; ninth, 04,070;
tenth, 30,585; eloveuth, 21,180.
SAD BURNING INCIDENT.
Manotick, Ont,, Juno 18.—At
midnight hist.night, iho residenco of
Richard Wilson, of Gloucester, took
tiro. There was only one door to thn
house, and when William awoko, ho
found the flames covered tho only
meanB of escape. Hia family consist oA
of a wife aud five children. Aftor a
desperate fight with thu flumes, Wilson
succeeded in earing three ehildron,
but tho wife and two youngost ehildron were burned to death. Wilson
was found by tho neighbors somo distance from the ruins of the houso,
almost naked, badly burned and delirious.
OTTAWA NOTES.
Ottawa, June 17-—Mr. Chisholm
and his niece, Miss Ohislwlm, leave tonight for tho west. They will stop at
Calgary and Banff cu route. Mr. Chisholm is completely rostmred to health.
Considerable con "tot-nation has boon
caused iu Salvation Army circles by
tho publication of a book untitled
-•Modern Papacy, or behind tho scenes
iu the Salvation Army," which casta
considerable reflection on tho management of Army oflicoia in Cumuli, especially on tho financial portion thereof.
Dr. Smith, medical superintendent of
thu leprosy lazaretto at Iracudio, N.
B., who was appointed by tiio Dominion government to mako nu examination, discovered threo discs of leprosy
in different parts of Capo Breton. Tho
patients will bo taken to Iracudic.
THE OREAT RAILWAY MEETING.
Portund, Or., Juno 17.—Up lo
2.30 p.m. nothing definite has boen
elicited from tho meeting of the Oro
gon and Transcmuiiiental here to-day.
Thero aro several rumors afloat of a
compromise based upon an alleged
agreement betweon lho Northern Pacific railroad and tho Oregon railway
and navigation c uupany, that each of
these compamoa will lot tho Huntington systom Bftveroly alone.
THE VALKYRIi-:.
Lonuon, June 17.--Referring tothe
victory of tho Valkyrie in the Queonstown regatta, tho Times says, "It was
inst auch weather aa tho Valkyrie is
likely to sail in the America Cup
match. In nothing could it be more
satisfactory than tho way she acquitted
herself."
THELEFER   V Iti EST.
London, Juno 17 The Princo of
Wales presided at a meeting which waB
held to-day at Marlborough house by
the sympathizers of the late Father
Darnien, tho leper ptiest of Sandwich
Islands, Resolutions woro adopted to
eroct a memorial to tlio bravo priest
ou tho Ialand of Molakui, tho scene of
Father Damieu's labors, and to construct ft leper ward in connection with
London Hospital to encourage tho
study of the dread disease
FROM VICTORIA.
Scltouncr (hurt .red fur tlie Suu'I.vIi-Ii
Isliiii'I-i.....y--*i  Home nud patty Leave
r«r Hit' J'n-,1.	
Special lo the Columbian.
Victoria, June 18.—W. C, Van
Horne and party left for Puget Sound
thia morning. They return east via
the Northern Pacific.
The schooner C. H. Tupper, which
.lately arrived from Halifax, liai beon
chartered by Messrs. Bartholonew &
Baker to transport a submarine cable
aud othor telegraph supplies lo tho
Sandwich Islands. She sails to day,
via Vancouver.
Tho China steamer passed up ut 0
o'clock this morning for Vancouver.
S.S. Corona arrived this morning with
a large Raymond cxcumion party
aboard. The excursionists are enjoy
ing themselves driving and walking
around tho city and environs. Tho
Bteamer sailed at 4 o'clock this afternoon for Alaska.
Tho Btr. Goo. W. Elder lias arrived
at Nanaimo from Alaska and will arrive horo at 4 a. m., land paasongcrs
and mails «t*4 proceed to the sound.
Tho Walla Walla sailed for San
Francisco at one o'clock tins afternoon
with a hundred passengers und a full
cargo.
Tho war shipa aro criming around
lho straits to-day.
Moveucula -tribe Sijumlron.
The following ia the plan of the
cruise contained in the sailng orders
received yesterday by H. M. S. Swiftsure, Champion, Amphion aud Icarus,
and torpedo boats 39 and 40. The
warships named will leave E3quim»lt
on Juno 18th (Tuesday), and aftor
cruising in tho Straits will arrivo at
Victoria on the 27th inst,, passing on
to Vancouver, which will be ru-iclied
on June 28th. On the 2nd of July ihe
Champion and torpedo boats will leave
Vancouver and return to Esquimalt,
aud ou the 3rd the remainder of the
squadron will tail for Fort Simpson,
reached on or about July 8th. Leaving Fort Simpson on July Ilth, tho
Swiftsure, Amphion and Icarus will
visit Fort Wrangel and Juneau, returning to Fort Simpson on August
2nd, und being joined there by the
Champion. The four men-of-war will
leavo Fort Simpson on August 4th, and
roturn to Esquimult on August 10th.—
Colonist.
Nevri From Ibe Norlh.
Tho str. Barbara B-iscowitz arrived
from tho north at two o'clock yesterday afternoon, having on board a light
cargo of skins principally for the Hud-
sun's Buy Co. News from the Skeena,
brought tiy die Boacowitz, is to the
-.fleet that the Btriko among the Indiana employed in the c iiineriea has
fallen thr<ugn, the Indians return un*
to work at tho old rate of pay. Each
of the canneries havo already got up
100 cases of this season's pack, and
havo made every preparation for a big
seaBou's work. The run so far hus
boon very much better on tho Naas
than ontho Skeena, MbLellan's cannery haviiiL' put up more salmon than
any of tho others as yet. The now
cannery steamer Wmnifred, recently
built iu Victoria, reached tho Naas
safely, making the trip up in throo and
a half days. On her way up the Bos-
eowitz passed the Muudo, dischnrging
lumber for the Cascade Packing Co.
on tho Naas. The Maude is now ducat Victoria.— Saturday's Colonist.
The Knit Sot llcorlifil.
A Meaford, Ont., journal, after commenting at somo longth on the recent
Sullivan-Hogg scandal case, says:
"The strong point, which tho oounsol
forthe defence endeavored to make
was, that it was a conspiracy to blackmail the two men—Dr. Langis and
Sullivau—and inferred that Mr. Hogs
wus the chief instigator of the crime
The people of Meaford, who know Mr.
Hogg so many years, will not believo
the foul accusation. Mr. Hogg was a
particularly proper and well regulated
gentleman, no bint ever appearing on
hia good moral oharactor. At the us-
BizeB, at which the trial will take place,
are some months ahead, the Vancouver people will get a breathing spelt
from one of the moat foul public Ecaudate of tho worst of cities."
Mr. Hogg iutimated to a World reporter that it was his intention to buq
tho cn-roapnudent in tho late case for
damages for breaking up his home and
happiness. Tho amount of the damages to bo aaked for has not yet been
docided. Mrs. Hogg, ho aays, will remain in Seattle until the noxt assizes
como on, when Bho will come over to
givo evidence. The. asBizcs will be
held at Westminster aomo timo in
November.— World.
llmilnn and Pclt-rnon.
Ed. Haulan, ex-champion oarsman
of tho world, who bus juat returned
from Australia, has a great deal moro
respect for tho prowess of the colonial
oarsman than when he left America a
year and a half ago. While thero ho
rowed four races aud lost threo. Ho
was beaten first by Beach for tho
world's championship and 82,600, nnd
was beaten by him in 10:55 for three
miles and 350 yards, Boach then retired iu favor of Kemp, nnd he, too,
beat Hanlan for 83,500. Harry Soarlos,
who was entirely unknown, defeated
Kemp, and then Hanlan for $2,500
and the championship. He boat Tric-
kett, however, winning tho samo
amount. Altogether since 1880 Hanlan hss rowed twelve races in Australia, winning six and losing the aamo
number. In conversation ho Baid: "I
do not fool stale, aa some have Baid,
and I still believo I havo my old-time
speed. The only point whore I am
failing is in my endurance. I can not
row the distanco I UBod to, but am
ready to make a match with any one
living for one or two miles. I will
novor make another match for three
miles unless I havo a year or two's
rest. I have boon working too steadily. Thu result is that I outer a raoe
feeling flrst class, but woaken when it
comes to the last mile."
"Would you row Peterson three
milea?"
"Well, yea. I will modify my
statement that 1 would never row
another thrco-milo race. I am roady
to mako a match with any one on the
Pacific coast."
SURPRISED PARISIANS.
Prince of Wales and Family Surprise Parisians by thoir Feats
In Sightseeing:.
Tlie Emperor William Becomes Irritated with Russia but Soon
Cools off Again,
Donavan  Wins   tho   Princo   of
Wales' Stakes at the Ascot
Races To-day.
EDMUND YATES1 CABLE.
London, June 18.—The Princo of
Wales has revealed himself to the
Parisians in the new light of a paterfamilias, and has won great applause.
The princo and princess and their
family have been the objects of sympathetic curiosity for Parisian*, who have
applauded thom heartily and admired
their wonderful energy and ubiquity.
On Juno 8 at midnight the Royal'
tourists arri/ed in Paris—June 15 at
midnif-ht they left Paris for London,
In tho seven daya of their visit they
auw ull thut thero is to be seen in tho
French capital. They simply astounded Pnmiana by tho quantity of things
they found to see. On Sunday morn*
iug the prince, of course, wont to
church and delighted tho church warden of the now Viotoria chapel by his
affiability. Then began a series of
meteoric apparitions all over the capital. At the exhibitinn, on the various
platforms of Eiffel Tower, at the theatres, at the opera, circus and hippo*
droinc, at the Pasteur Institute, at
Autenil Place, whoro the prince lost a
pot of monoy, at the Epatant, where
tho prince scooped in a large amount;
in ahort wherever you might go last
week you wore sure to seo tho prince
or princess and her children, or tho
whole family together. From morning until night they were on the move,
always freah, always smiling, always
passing, never resting, never losing a
minute, yot never in a hurry. His
visit to Paris has doubtless left an excellent impression, but I am afraid it
will havo ultimately a bad effect on
would-be high livers of weak physique,
who will endeavor to imitate the
Prince of Wales and die in the attempt. The meet of the Paris Coach-
iny Oiub on June Ilth was perhaps
tbo most ntrikim* affair of the kind
ever seen in France, for the knowleugo
that the Princo of Wales would be on
Baron Gustavo Do Rothschild's coach,
induced au unusually large number of
members to come out, while tho Place
Coinordo, whioh rarely has a crowd on
these occasions, had quito a holiday
look Tho illusion was heightened by
tho appearance of Lord Shrewsbury
driviuo: his well-known team of Yorkshire bred bays. L nl Shrewsbury
was the only English member of the
club nut, but one of the first to arrive was
an American, Mr. Wiuthrop, who had
amnng hia passengers Mr. Whitelaw
Reid and his wife. Baron Gustave
was not out himself, the coach beicg
driven by M. Ijimbert, son-in-law of
Baron Alphonse, who had Princo
Albert Victor on tho box soat. The
Prince of Wales wub sitting behind
with tho Duchess Do Moruey nnd
Baroness Gustave.
shirr horses.
A vory Urge number of Shire horses
of the heat breed and quality ha** been
purchased during tho last fow weeks
for exportation io the United States, .
including five splendid animals from
the celebrated Btud at Dursmoro, and
Lord Ellaemo'Va well known horse
Evorton. M*. Hart, of Connock, has
sold in ono week, no fewer than eight-
teen Shiro horses, all for breeders in
the Western States.
a charitable scheme.
Tho Duke of Portland has decided
to devote all Iub pa-it and futuro winnings on the turf to tho erection and
end'iwment ot almshouses for the poor
people at Wolbiek. Tho scheme originated with the duchess,
WILLIAM WAS  IRRITATED.
Berlin, Juno 18.—A fortnight ago
Count Von Waldersee, commander-in-
chief of the German armies, handed to
the emperor a memorial showing that
Rues'a is actively increasing her army
and beseeching his majesty to oak the
Czar what his intentions were. Tha
emperor was greatly irritated at the representations contained in the document, but was persuaded by Bismarck
that Russia's preparations had no warlike significance.
application for divorce.
London, June, 18.—Francis Dar*
biahiro applies for a divorce from hin
wife on gronnd of her alleged adultery
with George Baird, while recently attending tho race- course with the lattor. Mrs. Durbiahire was the widow
of LyltnnSothorn,theactorandaho herself acts at Olympic theatro undor the
name of Agnes Hewitt. Darbiahire
also claims £10,000 damages from
Baird.
the ascot stake.
London, Juno 18. - The race for the
Ascot stakes handicap wub won by
Lord Lome, Ashplant second, Tissa-
phoines third.
DONOVAN AGAIN.
London, Juno 18.—At Ascot today, thu race for the Prince of Wales
stakes, was won by Donovan, lloyal
Star second, Enthusiast third.
PATTI IS ILL.
Paris, Juno 18.—It is reported
Adelina Patti is seriously ill.
COMING TO LIGHT.
Paris, June 18.—The Temps affirms
that tho Boulanger version of the
secret supplies for the army is incorrect. That journal says 170,000 uniforms were ordered by special decree,
but that this was done early in 1887,
si mo time beforo tho Schiiobol incident, and waa not occasioned by it, as
Genoral Boulanger asserts,
Stanley's lectures,
London, June 18.—Stanley's London agent is sure of tho former's return in September, and is booking engagements for lectures early In October.
parnell's appeal dismissed.
London, England, June 18.—
Parnell's appeal against the decision of
Justice Stephen postponing hii action
against the Times for libel, came up for
u hearing to-day, and was dismissed
with costs. Parnell personally appeared in oourt.
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Last night's council meeting was
the   most  .stormy on   tho records,
Tho caususbelli'was the amendments
of Aldermen Jaques and Curtis to
the liquor license by-law.   Tlio former amounted to a six. months' hoist
of the original bylaw,   Tho latter
was  designed   to givo a rebate on
saloon licenses for half tho amount
of tho license fee for the six months
ending December Slst, thus practically retaining the license fee as; at
present for that period ns a concession to tho licensed victuallers, who
complained, with some reason, that
the extra saloon license fee of $200
(8400 por annum altogether) would
prove a hardship if enforced at once,
and that saloon keepers should have
some notico so as to be ablo to qualify for tho hotel license, disposo of
their stock on hand, or otherwise
make   arrangements   to  suit   the
double license fee imposed by the
new by-law.   In whatever light the
liquor traflic may bo regarded, it is
recognized by law, and we do not
believe that any one would object to
tho fair and   reasonable provision
of  Alderman   Curtis'  amendment
that tho extra licenso fee should not
be enforced for six months.   This
left the'essential features of the bylaw intact, while it made a just concession to those most ufFcctcd by the
measure. Alderman Jaques' amendment, however, had too mueh of the
"whole hog" businoss nbout it, aud
we aro  surprised   that its was ever
introduced, and lhat it should have
received miy countenance when it
was introduced.   We certainly favor
fair and reasonable concessions to
any class whatever, but it does not
Bpeak much for those aldermen who
have such u conception of their own
and the city's dignity as to imagine
that   they and   it   should bo mado,
footballs for the licensed victuallers
or any other olass, however respectable.    The liquor license by-law bus
just been deliberately passed liy the
city council, within   their  powers
under the now charter, iu what they
have conceived to bo tho public interests.   As a whole, ic is a beneii
cont measure, and, with the exception of the concession noted abovo,
which wo   have   stated is nothing
more than fair, the by-law should be
enforced  by tlie counoil, and should
receivo tho moral and hearty support
of  all good citizens.   Some of the
hasty expressions   and notions last
night on both side-j  nro to  be regretted.   Nothing is to bo gained
by such performances.   Indeed, very
much was liable to be lost by tho
pettish   thought less ness   of    thoso
aldermen who left tlio council clumber beforo the two loan by-laws had
been   coniirmed.    As it was, there
was   just barely a quorum that remained and saved the by-laws, which
received tho assent of the ratepayers
the other day, from being so much
waste paper. Those aldermen nnd tho
mayor who protected  the city's interests in the matter of the by-laws
are untitled to some thanks, under
tho circumstances.   It is regrettable
that  Alderman  Curtis, who  was
plainly upholding the right during
the evening, should hnvo   allowed
himself to  use   tlie expressions he
did, towards   the mayor especially,
ns the mayor has   given evidence
that ho is determined to fairly enforce tho by-luw.   It is useless, however, to moralize further.    In the
best   regulated   bodies unfortunate
episodes will   occur   in the heat of
discussion.     It  is   to   be   hoped
that   a   city   council,    which   on
the    whole    i3    the    bost    the
city has   ever hud, may succeed in
disposing of   this   question in the
public interests, nnd thereafter continuo in tin ir normally harmonious
course.    Jt would be littlo short of
a publio calamity if   our really excellent mayor  and board of aldermen  should remain at. loggerheads
for any length of time, or come to
the conclusion thut all could not livo
undor  ono  roof.   Wo   trust that
nothing so unfortunate may happen.
The question of what the surplus
women Bhall do is, undeniably, getting to be a Borious ono.   On thia
continent even, particularly in some
of tho larger eastern centres of population in tho United States, tho
fair  sex  outnumber tho "lords of
creation" by many thousands, aggro-
gating hundreds of thousands in the
republic.   In   eastern Canada tho
_ Jitato of  things is not so bad by a
good deal in this respect, but oven
thoro   tho  neoossary "provider" is
>  oot so numerous in somo places as
the possible "help-i-oet." Tho reason
for this striking disparity in numbers between tho sexes, in eastern
localities principally, will bo found,
in a large measure, dun to tho fact
that the young mon, as soon an they
get   thoir    wings,   take    Horace
Greely's advice and "go west," whero
the balance will usually ho found to
be on tho other side—that is moro
men than women.   Howovor, the
scales aro rapidly being adjusted in
the "wild and woolly west," ond still
many fair eastern flowors are "bom
to  blush   unseen  and waste their
iweetness on the desert air."   This,
<jttestion of tho surplus woman, al- J
though not yet affecting the Pacific
coast, and still loss this province, to
any degree, is a serious one in tho
Atlantic states, and social problem
wrestlers havo as yet como out Becond best in endeavoring to discover
the   solution.     A   Duluth, Minn.,
employer of labor is doing his best,
in  an humble but rather despotic
manner, to reduce the surplus.   Tho
proprietor in question is running n
large broom factory, and whon his
employees struck lately, instead of
sweeping them all outof tho shop,
he advanced  tho wages only of his
married hands and told tho single
men that unless they were married
by the end of the month thoy would
not   be allowed  to return to work.
An oxchange, commenting on this
rather strango proclamation, says :
"It   is   impossible to tell whether
this employer Was governed by tho
idea   that  in  having only married
mon, with   dependent   families, ho
would   huvo   a  cluss of  help that
would   bo   afraid, in the futuro, to
tako tho risks of a strike.    Whatever was his idea, it is certain that
married men do make steadier and
more valuable workmen  than   the
unmarried, and   not  only so, but,
with   all their family dependents,
they are more apt to succeed in life
or to recover from disaster.    Statistics   show* that   the percentage of
bankrupts who regain their business
standing is much greater among the
married than tho unmarried—a fact
which may bo duo  not merely to {
the greater stimulations and consola- j
tions of lho married, but to tho fact |
that their wives' friends and relatives, as well  as thoir own, nre interested in giving them fresh opportunities.   When Massachusetts .vas
settled it was the boast of the colony
of Weymouth   that   it was   much
stronger than Plymouth colony bo-
causo it had doublo the number of
lighting men and was not burdened
with women and children.   But it
was Plymouth only that flourished,
whilo Weymouth  would havo perished utterly if it had not been saved
from   starvation   by the charitable
contributions of its burdened neighbor.    It   is  a   social and financial
paradox, constantly illustrated, that
a   man   is better nblo to support a
wife and children (not too many of
the latter) than   to support himself
alone.   The story is told of a London bachelor who, whon contemplating marriage, ordered his usual dinner, but   had  four plates set at the
table instead of one.    Whenever he
helped his own plate he helped the
others as well, with  the result that
he had not enough himself to satisfy
a healthy appetite.   Consequently
ho   gavo   up marriago as a luxury
beyond his reach.    But if ho had
had the courage of his impulses he
would probably lmve found that he
could provide a loaf for four, and, in
so doing, add to his dignity, stability
and happiness.   When Curran was
a struggling young barrister he had
occasion   to say that his wifo and
children wero tho principal furniture of hia apartments.   No doubt
he was glad to set moro furnituro of
n different kind, but it were better
tn have it wife and children without
plush and ormolu than plush nnd
ormolu without a wifo und ehildron
to cheer and  people the solitudes of
the heart.    It is. not necessary, however, to   make   a   choice between
poverty nnd marriage.    As a rulo it
is the married men who succeed and
the unmarried who fall by the way."
Tough lookout for the noble army of
bachelors, isn't it?  Even the "surplus woman" would appear lo stand
as good show to survive.
VQktME VI.-HQ. US.
NEW WESTMINSTE
state and Financi
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Application for License.
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rc(!i;l on tho preml-o, lui'uvn a, i|,c ■•(;ul-
<il.:.il" lu.lol. LUKE I'lTHEU.
Westminster, Juno 17,lH-ft.        <ijciti2
TO ARCHITECTS.
IJIANS AND SPECIFICATIONS WItiL
bo renolvo'l hy Mm ninlci-ilitiiid for
Uto buildings to bo erected for tbe-provlfl"
clai ex iii i-i tion on Queen's pari. Blue
nnd c-Iiish of bullillni'.'i n-ijiiiii'il ami all
OtllOr  portionIttrS   enn   hu   oljlitlncil  on
application to
THOS. CUNNINGHAM,
I'liuii ii I'-ii-l* Commit toe.
Wostmlnster, June 17»1»i0.      0Jel7to
AAR
Tho HMors of Bt. Ann's Convent will
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—AT THK	
DRILL  SHED
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Royal OoliimMan Hospital.
TENDERS WII-T. HE ItKOEIVKD BY
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MAD, brown A whito.
BEEF, MUTTON.
KIHII.frfsli. MILK, por Hal.
COAI'. Wellington, (-crooned.
Wnim.iiine, live.     TKA.pnrlb.
niFFKE, i.nrllj.        DICK, por III.
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SOAP, 11. Q„ per lb.   COAL OIL.
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HOTTEU, per lb., heath:
 ,, , in market.
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BLANKETS H-pU while, per pair,
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Neither tlio  lowest nor  any tender
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Samples ot ten, ooflbo, rice, Hoap and
hrooniH -ibtnltmd on   [implication in llio
Steward nt llio hospital.
TwoHiirctlcsofSl'O nncliwlll requlvoto
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Iu Ute Supreme Court of British Columbia nnd in the County
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■F.G.VERNON, HERMANN WICKERS, POSTILLBROS., T. NEKLANDS,
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WILLIAM CALKINS, Defendant.
TN OBEDIENCE TO WRITS OF EXECUTION ISSUED OUT OF THE A110VE
1 Courts on the 28rd and 27th days of May,1888, respectively, and to ino directed iti
Uio above-named H-ilts, for tho sum of £870,00 ant) interest on tho same at the rato of Q
per centum pi-ruiimiin until paid, besides Sheriff's tecs, pound ago and other oimoh*
ses of (hir- oxe-cnilon,] have seized and will offer for sale by miction, uttlic COURT
HOUSE, Now WcHimln.-iter, ou
Thursday the 27th Day of June Next,
At 12 o'clock uiKin, all tho right, tltlo nnd Interest' of the Raid William Calkin**, as
described In tniii adverllsinicnt.or snlllcient Iheieof to satisfy the Judgment debt, and
expenses lu this action, subject to a mortgage for81,600.00and Interest thereon ntO
peroentuin por annum from ino Uth March, 1SS«.
Fresh Hams.
jsli Bacon.
A,
Coffees a specialty.
DesBRI
Cor. Columbia & Blackie Sts.
'daplOto
District.
New Westminstor
No, of Lot.
North West U ot Section 23,
Township 28.
Concise desci'l p-
tlon of property.
Prnirle land partly ditched A under cultivation;
bill Id 'gs t herein 1
Estate or Int'st
Tho Judgments were registered In   tho Lnnd Registry Oflice, on the 26th dny
of February nnd lho 27th duy of March, 1889, respectively, against snld landB.
djolOtd
*W. 3*. ^.RMSTROWa*-, Siikhiit,
Westminstor county.
Notice of Sale by Sheriff.
I'URSUANT TO EXECUTIONS AGAINST LANDS ACT, 137J.
Ill the County Court of New -Westminster, holden nt New
Westminster.
L. P. ECKSTEIN,
\V. H. BROWN,
Plaintiff.
Defendant.
IN OBEDIENCE TO A WRIT OF PI FA ISSUED OUT OF THE COUNTY COURT
of New Westminster, on tho 14th November, 1888, and to mo directed In the
above mimed suit for the sum of $117.7;!, debt and costs, also interest nn the snni'' at
■1 per centum per annum from tlicil'h Uny of October, ISSS, until paid, besides Slierltl--
foes, poundage, and oihi'i* expenses of this execution. I have sal/.ed und will nllt'i-foi-
sale by Auction,ni tho Court House, New Westminster,on
Thursday, the 27th day of June, next,
Atl2o'oiock.nuon, all tho right, title and Interest of the snhl W. II Drown, nn 1 Inscribed In tbi-i advertisement, or sulllclent thereof losnlisfy the judgment debtlllvl
expenses in Mils action, sublet tna mortgage forSI/i (>,miatid In tries! 0:1 I lie same x.
0 por centum per annum from thd2flth September, IKK
New WeBtmlnster.
Lot 288, Group II, nnd South
half Lot270, Group II,
Ciincistxloserlp-
tlon of Property,!
Agricultural land
partly cleni-ed,
will) buildings
thereon.
Estntnorlnl'Pt
Tho Judgment was registered In the Land Registry Oilice, Now Westminster
against said lands on the Oth duy of October, 1888.
"W. T.  -A-*3*M:STiaO*l*Ta*t  S^erlS-:.
djeiotd Westminster County,
3=» X O 3SJ "El 33 EC
nwm ner *sj» jec ho
ESTABLISHED 1852.
Jas. Cunning'liam
COLUMBIA STIIEET, WESTMINSTER, B. C.
IMPORTER OP
W. H. KEAUY,
Hon. Hl_.
Sew West., Juno I,, lass,      djoist-l
ler.
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.
MANUKACTUIlEn OK
J9-MN 8 SHEET-IRON WARE.
CONTRACTS KOR
Iron Cornice Work. Gns-IUUn-r,
Plumbing, Hoofing, cVc.
H, W.S.B., Annual Meeting
fpHE ANNUAL GENERAL MKETING
1    of t lie shiiivlKilil.-iHof tlio;Now West-
111 Iiih|.']-«oiiI hern Hull wny Company will
lie In-Pi ut nn-ir-.llli-i'.sNi-w Wi-mnlnsl*-*-.
oiiTiii-.-iIhv IIil-::ii'1 ibivor July, l-s!l, at :;
o-clocli t>, in. T. j. TRAPP.
djeiltd SooraWry.
Kindergarten School.
MISS DRUM MO NO WILL OPEN THE
above fo   children from .'lyearsnf
age, Juno lOtli, 18811.
TRRMS-S3 per month.
Carnarvon Street,   directly opnosltO the
I'rcshvlcrlan   Chiuvli,   Now Wesimhi-
Htor.B.C. djesml
Farm Implements for Sale.
-T10R SALE CHEAP-A NUMBER OF
I1 Farm Implements consisting of
Ploughs. Harrows, Randall Hntrow,
Mower, Ox-Yokes and Chains,
Also-3 Horses, one span good Work
Horses.   AppllcHlIon to bo mndoto
L. TIIORNBEH,
LoUgln-tKlreel.
New West., Juno 10,1680, dwJollwS
Notice to Cannerymen'
THOS. LEVI'S CAK-F1LLING PROTECTOR
MAY BI! OBTA1NKD ON API'LIC'A-
I li,n lo I!, H. M 01 I.I. 1IIA I'O.
Any purson or persons found iislnglliom
'Vllljllllt tllU  piltCllt Slnmpwill   I,,' lirnsi'-
eillsd, THOS. LEVI.
Now Wost., 27lh May, 1880.       cltnyKml
MERCHANT TAILORS,
WISH TO INFORM THE PEOPLE of
Now Westminster that thoy havo
ro*opened tho store lately occupied by
Messrs. Woods, Turner A Gamble, null
me now prepared to execute nil orders for
T-A.ILORI-N-Q-
A flne Hue of Olotht Juit received,
consisting ol Mil the Latent De*
signs from Hnropoan Markets
MR. J. A. MuDOUOALL will attend to
the cutting, nnd is a tiraotlenl moehnnjn
of twelve years' experience In tho United
Klales; nlso two years ns foreman for
Messrs, Gregi* A Son, of Victoria,
Satisfaction guaranteed.
JUST RECEIVED,
A CAR-LOAD OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring iMcLaugWan
.MJ
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
**Sr The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.*^
,1 wo it'll c
IFsteidL «*& C3n.:r:ri©,
' Toronto' Mowers
The Little Maxwell
Steel frame Binders.
MACHIN1EY.
&Co.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
fi'lijsict. j)*.'., 4'sirriei*- Tools,
Lawn Mowers, &c„ &c.
Tiger   Rnko.M
Sharp's Do.
Maxwell Do.
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES &
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. St Scoullar & Co.
Granvills & Water 5ts„ Van ovver
l'HIB SPACE UISLONOH TO
H. T. READ & CO.,
HARDWARE MERCHANTS.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
PL
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
raosaaSKE' ____.t_v,       -       -       ________■___&_____.
______-XTB__0-ZVTT2_2-XlB   COT
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY
.UT.ICH/ITIMI, & AM, KIM*.*. OF DUCIIIXGRV.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.—All orders from tlio upper oountry promptly attended to.
dwtiDlmfl
Chas. McDONOUGH
Fi-ont Street, Blew Westminster.
I
EXTRA FAMBLY BLANKETS;
flannels, worsteds & all Mmlsof Woolen Ms j
KISADY-MAIH'. CLOTHING.
v
KITH ONJIINA KIT MAUKET,
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
VAN   VOLKENBURQH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT  PURVEYORS IN GENERAL.    FRESU AND CORNED
HEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
sar.Spccial lines quoted for llio shipping trado. ■ Family ordors striotly attended
to.   Hotels will (ind it to their interest to place their ordors with tho abovo firm.
(1281)01*.
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN &~REICHENBACH,
(SUCCESSORS TO W. B. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
limns, Hncoii, Sausage, Bolognas, Etc
iliiotyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
The Columbian Piiistixo Establishment lias lime-class faollttios for
all kinds of Commercial Printing,   Bill Heads Letter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of ovory description, Postors,-Dodgers,
C-iivsiA Sheet, Opposite tm of Mohtre-l | price Lists, Ac.   Prices will bo found ns low ns nt uny other offion where
flrst-cluss work is done,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
dJeUmO
___f The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the Nciv Westminster Woolen Mills.   Patronize Home j
Industry. dmhjotc
Douglas & Deighton,
MANUFACTURERS 'IID WOMBS OF
HARNESS SADDLES and BRIDLE
WHIPS,
SADDLEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Block,"
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, B. C.
815ND IN YOUH ORDERS.   ALL WORK OP THK BEST MATEHIAI, AND
WORKMANSHIP.   PRICES LOW.
noldwly
—   I
ROYAL CITY
Planing Ik Company, Ld.
RICHARD 8TREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IK
All Kinfls of Bongb and Dressed Lnmlier
Shingles, Shakes. Laths- Pickets,
SALMON BOXES. NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
J_xtx. j_zc_, -fci-trsa, os1
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames-,   Windows,
Monldinvs. Balusters,
Blinds. Brackets,
Hulling*, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
soiMwiy VOLUME VI.-NG. UA.
DAILY EBBPIflH OOLUMBIAN, HEW WE-MlflMfr B, o„ j-uga IS, im
Streets and Park Debenture By-Law.
A By-Law to raise by Loan tlio
sum ol $85,000 for Street and
Park Improvements-
WHEREAS IT IS  EXPEDIENT
that tho council of tho city of New
Westminster should provide for  tho improvement of certain Btreets in said city,
und of Queen's Park.
'And whereas it will be nccesaary, in
order to effect said improvements, to issue debentures of tlio said city for a sum
of money not exceeding §85,000.
1     And whereas for the payment  of in*
|, teicst and creating a einking fund  for
I paymont of said  debentures  it will  bo
I necessary to raise the sum of  $5-950 an-
I nually by special rate in each year.
And whereas the amount of tlio whole
rateable proporty of the said city, according to tho last revised assessment roll, is
tho sum of $2,540,245.
And whereas the total amount of the
existing debt of the said city is §155,500,
irrespective of the sum of §200,000 proposed to be borrowed undor authority of
the Water Works Debenture By-Law,
which by-law is to be submitted to a vote
of the olectors of the city concurrently
with this by-law.
And whereas, for tho purposo of raising tho said yearly sum of §5,050 an annual special rate of 2 2-f-tli mills in tho
'dollar will be required.
Therefore, the Mayor and Aldermen
of the city of New Westminster, in council assembled, enact as follows:
1, It shall ho lawful for tho mayor of
the sti.d city to ml*-© hy way of loan
from any pcr>-on or persons, hotly or
bodlo** corporate, who maybo willing to
advance tlio same upou the credit of the
debentures hereinafter ment nnedasuttt
of money not. exceeding in the wholo the
sum of S.S5.0M.
. Itshall he lawful forthe snld mayor
to cause any number of debenture!- to bo
made for such sums of money as may be
required, but not for less than 3100 each,
sueh debentures to ho sealed with tho
soul of tho corporation, signed  by tho
mayor nud countersigned by tho treasurer of (bo said city.
", -Iliosii d dob -ntui-03 nhall ho made
yublo In Hfty years at furthest from the
day on which Ihli  by-law takes ellect,
either in uterllng money.of Great Britain
or in currency of this provlme or the
country wheie the same may respectively
he mmle payablo, whleli may ne in any
place or placet- nuiliorl'/cd by law as may
jo agreed upon between the pun-hnser or
jiurchasers thereof ami tlie mayor, and
.In* Mild debenture!" --ball have nt Inched
■o them coupons for tho payment of in-
orost.
1 4, Tlio Kidd debentures shall bearlntcr-
jpst tit the rate of live por cenluii. por an-
j.inm from tho Unto thereof, which Intorest
■hall bo payable half-yearly on ihe flrst
tin vs of January uud July In each and
"vory year.
_; 5, For the purpose of forming a.sinking
land for the payment of Iho said ileben-
lui-esdirl tho Inlerost thereon an equal
linn un! special rale of 2 and" .1th mills In
Iheilollarshall be levied and collected,
In addition to all other rates, in each year
KipDii all the rateable properly in the said
Idly during the curii ncy of the said do-
■iQutures or any of ihem.
0. All moneys arising from the said rnto
leyond the amount required forlhopny-
tient of interest, upon the said debenture-*
nay bo invested Iu each yearns tho coun-
11 if thesaid corpora I lou mav direct, for
lie purpose of creiitlnRHflinklng fund for
he red.-mplloii of tho stud debenture** as
hey respectively become due, wllhont.
rejUdicPto any of the powers conferred
t pon tbe said council by tho aet of lucor-
lorntlon,
7. Tho proceeds of the debontures issued
ndsold under authorllyof thU by-law
lial! be applied lo Improvements on
■■■M-i-ir-i rail; und Hit? .sin-t-l-* ln-rolii-iflcr
lontloned. aiiil,uH noarly In thopropor-
on following ns nin> to lhe said council
iom expedient., Hint Is io s:iy: Queen's
■m-tt,Siri.OOO: Colui'ibliv slreul.-'i.OlKl; 1'ro-
ost, l'iLlla.'iaiiil Cai-nai'von streets, $',..-:.\\;
vgnt-s Klivoi, JiJ.-Mid; I'oyiil avenue, S'.owi;
incen's avenue, i'A.Ani; IVlhani slreet,
\;RH); Montr nl Htrci-t, £:i,i!iW; Mi-lbonrne
.root, 5*2,500; Leopold I'lnco, i5_0; Turk
.auoiSlttwO; OUnton stroet, 83.0001 St. Pat
ek street, si,000; Clement slreet, -.),\v0;
t. George Btreet, SljOOOi Mury8trapt,Wi000)
I. John street, 81,000; Douglas strict,
1,0:10; Halifax street, $7o'i; Mb \ndrow'n
nd 13111 co Btreets, 83,0001 Porloiique stroet
!,7i);i; Kdliibiir-jh slreet, •*-.>, ".I HI; London
i-i'L'i f-l.tlili); l!l;ickiesTi-cc(,-.">!*); Meilvale
treet, $"-09; lllacltwood sti"e;-t, S5U0; Me-
'onzie street, extending nnd making,
-."■uu; streets In wl. Andrew's sqnaie,*?!,r,ini;
I, Georges square, $:*0:i; fit, Patriate'-'
■uare, sLuiiii; sldc-.vallis mid general
i- etivpa'is, '-v,i--'il.l; pt-'ivlded thai outof
ie said sum of Siii.OOO set apart for
ie Improvement of Queen's Park there
ii.ill be paid Into the city treasury to tho
redltof tho general account tho sum of
!,ti;i', bcini* Ihuamotu l alreinly expended
uinf the genoia! revenue for Parlt tin-
rovements; provide.i also Ilia! if Ihe re-
uii'einenls of any of ihe utiveis above
K ntloncd-should bo fmnld lope Ies'or
•re.-iter lhaii the sum apportioned to said
iieet, tho said sum maybe Increased or
Blmlulshod as In thoolrdumstatiooa may
Bern to tho council expedient,and tho
lirplus. If uny, remaining outof ilioan-
RioprlatloiH above so:, out, after said
Krauts huvo been completed, may be up-
filicd to other work-* of permanent im-
Iro'ement no!- specified herein, nt tho
[-.lucretlon of the council,
18. Tills by-law shall tako eflbot and
I-mio Into force on iho 17'h day of June,
.U, 1880.
IB. This bv-law, before tho final passing
Jaoroof,shall reeotve the nsstm't of ihe
■leeiDi-s of tho city in tlio manner pro-
■idi'it by tho Now westminstor Act, I8$8|
lud amending »cts,
ElO.   This by-law may be cited ns tho
'reel and Park Improvement Debenture
By Law, 1889.
ll'y-law mad a tlrst time on the 0th day
I* .May, 1880.
1 By-law read » second timo on t lie Oth day
■f ilay, I8SU
■ Received the assent of tlio electors on
lie 18th day of June, A. D. 1680.
» Head n third lime and llnnlly passed on
j.n- 17tli day of June, A. D. 18811.
■-. JOHN IIENDUY,
\ Mayor.
*-• f   D. RonsoN,
w City Clerk.
FORJSALE.
ItvelHng House ami Team of
Horses at dliillhvlinck-
nKNDRUR WrLTi UK RECEIVED BY
.,1 Kami.. O HBNDHttSON to th. 21st Inst.,
fe.rtiio piireliisoof hts commndlo is real*
1 Olioo creeled last year on 2% acres of
[round.
I Also-1 oiler for sale a team of young
fion-os, partly broken lu; weight about
l.isfti) lbs. dwjelilwl
lose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH MILK
luollvered Ually lo Customers in all parts
of lho City.
Klolels und ItOBtaurnnts supplied nt Special Rates by tlio year.
FRESH EGGS
Delivered nt Market Rates.
' Orders left nt M.  Sl-roi.AlR'8 will bo
f promptly iilteiule.l to.
WEAVER A WOODWARD,
djoisj'l Proprlolors.
P. E. WOODS
UNO SURVEY'S.
A. G. GAMBLE
Notary Publio.
J
LAND SURVEYORS,
iliu-jU.a.Mi
AND CONVEYANCERS.
^.Q-BJSTTa wvo^t,
KfIIIH.—The WoBtornofToronto.ThoiEt-
na, The City of Isoudon, ami The Hart*.
,,   ford. _
1 Ill'tB.—The New York Life Insurance Co,
J-ACCIDENT—^Tho Travellers* of Hartford
..   Iinnd Surveylnff ln all Its brnnchos no-
Wourntoly and promptly carried ont,
t\   City and Siiburtinn LatnU for Snle.
pWocansHowacompleto list of deslrnblo
?i localities,
!   Farming liniKln, Improved nnd unlm-
i prove l, tlirouglKiut tho district.
4    Mining anil other Stook bought, nnd
I    Money to Loan on flrst mortgage at
[ low rates. 	
TtM-EPHONE CALL MO. 8.1,
P. O. DllAWEK W,
WOODS- TPUNKR'& GAMBLE,
' office, Eiurd-b Blook,   •   Columbia Street
new westminster,
dmhlito
Water Works Debenture By-Law.
A By-Law to provide for tiic
Issue of Water Works Debentures.
WHEREAS BY THE " NEW
Westminstor Act, 1888," an aot
of the legislature of British Columbia,
paascd in tho fifty-first year of the reign
of Hor Majesty, Queen Victoria, and
chaptered forty-two relating to tho corporation of tho City of Now Westminster, it is among other things provided
that tho council of tho corporation of
tho said city may, subject to tho provisions of the said act, pass by-laws for
constructing water works, and providing
for tlio expenditure thereof.
And Wheheas it is expedient that
tho council should provide for tho construction of water works for tho supplying of water to tho inhabitants of
the said city.
And Whereas, in order to carry into
ellect tho said proposed construction, it
will bo ncceusary to issue debentures of
tho said corporation for a sum of money
not exceeding two hundred thousand
dollars.
And Wheheas, for tlie payment of
tho said debentures, sinking fund nnd
interest, it will requiro tno sum of
§14,000 to bo raiBod annually by special
rate in each year.
And Whkileas tho amount of tho
wholo rateable proporty of tho Baid city
according to tlio last rovisod assessment
roll is the mini of §2,540,245.
And Whereas tho total amount of
the existing debt of tho city is tho sum
of $155,500, irrespective of tlio sum of
$88,000 proponed to bo borrowed under
authority of tho Streets and Park Improvement Debenture By-law, which
by-law is to be submitted to a voto of
tho electors of tho city concurrently
with tliis by-law,
Therki'ore, tho corporation of tha
City of Now Westminster cnactH as
follows:—*
1, Itshall be lawful for tho mayor to
raise by way of loan from any person or
persons, body or bodies corporate, who
may bo willing to advance Lho same upon
tho credit oftho debentures hereinafter
mentioned, nsum of money not exceed inE
lu tho whole tho sum of two hundred
thousand dollars.
2. Itshall bo lawful for tho mayor to
cause any number of debentures to bo
mado for such sums ot money as may be
required, hut not for less tlian one hundred
dollars eaeh, such debentures to bo scaled
with llio seal of tin,- corporation, nnd
signed by tho mayor and couuter-Blgned
by the treasurer thereof.
8. Tho said debentures shall ho made
payablo in llfly years at furthest from the
day on which ibis by-law takus affljot,
either In sterling monoy of Great Britain,
or in llio currency of this province, or the
country where the same may respectively
bo made payable, whioh may be in any
place or places authorized by the said act
ii*-may bo agieed upon betweon tho pur*
chasi-i' or purchasers thereof, and ihe
maybr,aud tho said debentures shall have
utluohod to them coupons for tho payment of Interest.
-J. The said debentures shall bear Interest at tho rulo of flvn per oentuin per
annum from the dale thereof, which In-
li'iv.vi shall be payable half yearly on tho
first days of Janunry nnd July lu eaoh
nnd overy year.
5. Forthe purpo oof formlngnslnklnj;
fund Tortho payment oftho said debenture-* and tix: luleresl, thereon an equal
tiniinal special rat"i.fiV'riiiillls lathe dollar
shall bo levied and collected tn addition
to nil other rates !n each year upon all tho
rateable property lu tlio said city during
thoourrouoy of the said debentures or nny
of them,
li. All monies arising from (he suid rate
beyond tho amount required for the payment of Interest upon the saidd'dii'Uitires
mny be invested In ench yearns tho council of tlie said corporation may direct, for
lhe purpose of creal lug a sinking fund for
the redemption of thesaid debentures as
ihev respectively become duo, without
prejudice lo auy of the powers con erred
upon tho said council by tlie salil act.
7, This bylaw shall lake ellect on the
17! h dayof Juno In the yenr of Our Lord
ouo thousand eight hundred und eighty*.
n 1 n e.
S. Tills by-law, before the dual passing
tliereof.st'nll receivo tlio assent uf the
eleidors of the city in the manner provided by the New \Ve>tmlusler Act, )K«, and
amending acts.
11, Tills by-la.-- may be id ted r.s the
\\ atcr Works Debenture By-Law, 1SSD.
By-law read a first lime on the Ilth day
of Maroh, HMD.
lly-law read a second lime nu the Ilth
day of March, 1681).
lieoolvud lhe assent of tho electors on
tlm Kith day of Juno, A. D. 188!),
Head a third timo nnd tlnnlly passed on
the 17th day of Juno, A.D. 18S0.
r— JOHN HENDRY,
fI8l Mayor,
\ha'i   D. ltonsoN-,
•-,-• City Clerk.
To €6ntmctors& Carpenters
TENDERS WILIi BK HECRIVKD BY
ihe undcrslgne " -ip lo noon of .SATURDAY, SDlh I nut., for tho dividing of
Herring's Ipora Houso Into tenements,
ami othor work Plans and Bpeolfloatlons
oan bit soen at my otllce, Mary Streot.
Tlie lowest or any tender not necessarily
accept id.
O, W. GRANT.
New Westminster, Juno 7,1SS0.     djo7td
Business Change I
HAVING RETIRED FROM THE GRO-
eery business, I beg to thank the
public fur their support during the pa-t
two veins nnd respt-olfutlysollolt acon-
tlnuance of the same lo my successor, Mr,
A. Fraser. D. ROBERTSON,
Now West., ,Tnno 13,18H9.
H
AVING THIS DAY BOUGHT OUT
to Inform the public that It will be carried
on as formerly, and In addition tocrocorles
1 will carry a largo variety of cigars, tobacco nnd fruit,also summer bcverajjis.
ALEXANDER PHASER.
Now West., Juno 13,1
ilJeHIO
TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL HE RE*
ceived by tho HonourableOhwf Commissioner of Lands and Works, up to
noon ot Wednesday, IDIh July noxt, from
persons experienced In well drilling who
may lie desirous of undertaking contracts
from tho Government for sinking one or
iiii.ii- cvp.-il Ud    .Uli-nlA-t   W--II"  hi
Yulo District. B.C., with*a vtow to determining their value for purposes of irrigation.
Proposals must stato clearly all conditions nml terms, stalo the kind of apparatus proposed to bo used, nnd give tho
namo of two responsible residents of tho
Province who are willing to enter Into a
bond to secure the faithful carry ing out of
any contract which mny bo entered into.
Such Information as may bo in possession of the Lands and Works Depnrtment
will be furnished on application to parties
proposing lo contract.
W. S. GORE,
Surveyor-General.
Lands A Works Department,
Victoria, B. 0., 10th Juno, 1880.   djel7td
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE   BARGAINS
 IN	
Suits tt Pants
t
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
Won.ro soiling thobostol
EiigllBli, Scvtcli & French Goods
At prlcOB nwny down Chonper tlinn
Ever.
Cnll mul oxmnlno nnd wo nro sntlsrlod
Hint you will liny bo/oro you h'uvotho
storo.
All work gunrar-tood.
dmhlyl N ttlMsMa Mresl.
[Heiuveo fbom Saamich to Viotcri-I
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
dinMOmO VIOTOBIA, 11.1'
W. O. LOYE,
Mionablo Soot and h. U..,
Ueiinli-lnij Neatly  Done.   Cork Sole
Worku t*|ie<-l-Uiy.
•SB-Orders promptly attended to,
CInris.mm St., Iu rear of Colonial Hotel, next to Rand Bros;' offlco.  dnclt-e
THE WESTMINSTER
PoultryYards
JOHN S. OOX, Prop.
1.1 fflit Bi-ahmns.
Partrldge Coohhlni,
.Plymouth Kocks,
''White TTace Bl>k SpnnUli
Whlte Crested, Black   ami Golden
Po lands.
Ilomlanst     Silver-pencilled   Ham-
biirvit
Blnek, Jleil and Pitt Gnmti,
Toulonic Geese.      Hoiien Ducks.
SEHHICE_BULL
HU REGISTERKD PEDMREE IIOL-
BTEIN BUU„
Gugertha Prince 5,
Will stand for service this season at D.
Mcl'liadeu's Gnrdon, Edinburgh stroet.
Terms rcnsonublc.
Milch Cows for Sale.
T
Kum Hit*G,
Manager.
D. MePHADEN,
Proprietor.
il27mylm
VIOTOHIA
Steam Bakery!
E9TABUSHEI) 1S5S.
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment   to Hor
Majesty's Royal Navy, the Dominion Government, Ac.
Medal and Diploma awarded at the Colonial nnd Indian Exhibition, London, 18KB.
KAl'JTOKY--Nhii*nrn St., dam-is Day.
OVK1CK.S-57 Fort St., Victoria, It. 0.
dapBmtl
Education £a.\Kcii op Tit-**
Pnovi.vciAi, SEonuTAnY's Dei-'t,
Victoria, May 7th, ISBB.
NOTICE 19 HEREBY OIVEN THAT
tha Annual Examination of candidates for ccrlltlcnten of qualification to
teach ln tho Public Schonlsof the Province will hoheld.as follows, commencing
on MuHrtiiy, .Itily Silt, at-10 a. 111.)
In Victoria Ufrlslallvo Hnll.
In Kamloops..,PubllcKehool Building,
Each applicant nuist forward a notice,
thirty days before tho Examination, stat*
lug Che-class and grade of corlifioate for
which ho will bo a candidate, and tlio
place at which ho will attend.
ft. 1). POPE,
dmylOml Superlnteiidoutdf Education.
Fj^.S£i:X01liT-*>U3Xi&l
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JEKNIlfCIS',
(Lath ok England)
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
sWHiitlsfaction gnnrnnteed,     dwfe7Ui
Dress-Iaking
Misses McBOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STUKET,
New Westminster, B. C.
sar Satlsfsollon guaranlooU.      daplato
3JTO"TIO*E3.
NOTICE IS  HEREBY GIVES THAT
wo hnvo nppllctl 10 llio Mlnlstor of
tliolil'orlorfor u Iloonso lo out nml onrry
away tlmbor nn mul from thb following
lnntis:-Tho N.W. quarter of Bootlon l^7|
iw.nly.sovon, tbowostnaltotfiaotlon [881
tlilrty-tliroi'.  In Towr.slih, [21 two! and
Section [301 tblrly, II, llloolc ['.1 llvo north,
Hang.' ono west; all In New wostmlnster
Dlst.lct.
ROVAI. CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
[Limited |.
PorW. A. DUNCAN.
Now West., Mny 53,1880. ilmyKiml
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry? ilachineWorks
THE PHOPPvIETOUB OF THEHB
works havo much pleasure In notifying tholr friends and the public that lliey
tiro now prepared to receive and promptly
execute any orders for work ln their lino
with which they may be favored.
A, McKEI/PIE,
Meohttnlcnl Manager.
Vancouver, B.C., 8th May, 1888.
dwmyiato
IT 19 AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
G2 -A. 25- "X? J£3 *R<' SI
Temple of Music
Is the Place to Buy First-Class
At such Prices and Terms ns will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For prices nnd terms, apply lo CAR*
TER'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC,
Vancouver, It. 1'.
2-^0 Hastings St. West. dapiotc
SAANICHJILLS!
BRACKMAN & KEFt,
MAKUFACTUltnnS  OP
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
m* ABSOLUTELY   PURE,
MILLS at North Saanliii.
OFFICE & WAREHOUSE! Tleliirlu.
dmh20m6
FOR   SALE.
A  FIRST CLASS ,T.   A 1. TAYLOR'S
Mre.iiroor suf,'.   To ho seen ut tho
oilice of MATHERS A MI1.I.IGAN.   1110
IrTOTZC-S.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THE
cily Mr. Newton A. While will havo
charge of iny business, nud hus authority
to coll-ct and discharge ull accounts In
connection therewith, otc.
H.H.WEBB.
New Westminster, June 0,1880,    djeflm2
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
(SAWMILL OWNERS, LOGGERS, and
(O others aro notified that our steel
Tug-boat,
Will bo ready forworit: about the 14th lust.,
and wo are prepared lo enter Into contracts ror nil kinds of towing, lightering, Ac.
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVAKS,
dmy8to Vancouver, B. C.
M-Jnn
FHESH CALIfOaillA AND LOCAL
ALWAYS ON* HASH.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
ilJo21to
H
3
j ti
Asylum for the Insane
rpHXDtiR1-*. ENDORBEt) "LUNATIC
I Asylum," for tho supply of groceries,
olothing,meat, veijfltftbles,&q„ for tho use
of Hie above Asylum, New Westminster,
from the Ist duly next to thn 30th .luno,
1*10, will be recelvi-d by tills Iiepartmmil,
at Vlciorla, unlit noon on Tuesday Iho
ISIUInstant. Llstsofilienrtlclosrequired
c ii bo seen at thi* I'l-ovlu-'hsl secretary's
Oftlcc, Victoria, and at tho Asylum, Now
Westminster, at which toiler place stun-
pies can also ho liispoelcd.
All supplies to ho delivered at tlio Asylum wlihout extra chnrgo. Security for
tho dun performance of lho contract will
be required in ouch case.
By Command,
TNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Socrolary.
Provincial Secretary's Otllce,
1st Juno, 18811. '     dje'lid
Port Kells
This Flue Townsito, at tho Fresh-Water
Junction of the
19 MIW". Above Wi-Mml'isl'-i-,
Has just been Surveyed, and tho Lots
aro for salo by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
 AKD-:—
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Ov New Westminster, B. G.
Tho advantages and prospects of this
Plot for a futuro thriving Town aro
many.
The Land in the vicinity is good.
Thero aro inexhaustible IRON OKK
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, immediately adjacent, aa well as vast strata of
tho finest BUILDING SAND and POTTERY OLAY.
On the Townsito nre a number of valuable MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication by land antl water is
unequalled, by reason of the location of
tho Townsito on the Fraser Rivor ami
the Southern Railway, whilo the natural
elevation and lay of the land can not bo
excelled as a situation for a lino town.
Tlio ground Is open and clear of heavy
timber.
Tho site has beon selected as ono of
tlio most important stations on tho
Southern Railway, and with tho completion of the road, in tho near future,
must, with all its othor advantagos,
spring into prominence at onco.
Thoso who apply early will, have tho
pick ot tho Lots,
A oloar titlo givon with ovory purchase,
Parties wishing Lota can apply as woll,
on tlio premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
9_0tBl_S0K,
THE THOHOL'GH-nilED STOKE-POCIIS
JERSEY HULL,
"Governor ISoody"
Will stand for service this season at. P--I-
ham Dairy. New Westminster, where lho
beautiful tot of Mils superb animal can bo
seen nnd inspected,
■A'few cnlvoj for sale. Terms reasonable,
T. CUNNINGHAM,
Ralph Booth, Proprietor.
Malinger. dmj'2'to
Corbett & Kennedy,
MAStJFAOTOnElW  OK
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON
■\v .A. -B. "ra.
Vl'KSTI'U'-* I!l,m:.i (UP-STAIKS},
FnosT Strhet,      New WKsnussTEB'
HAVING JUST OPESED IN THE
ubove line, wo respci-ifully solicit a
share of lhe li-udo, and irnsi by careful
altcntion to orders ami molerat.* elmrgos
lo meril the same. E> perieoctd workmen; -ijill-ifartlnn j-na ran teed.
Eslltiiatf-f.init-.ii, d f.ii'C:.lviiii!;'.ed Iron
Cornice. I'o.dln-r, 1-iumbli!-*, (ln-lllting,
ateam and Hot Wider Healing, At*.
OV Entraiioi! lo premise", on Mary St.,
In rear of Bank of B. C. iHvmhflte
f.LlMHi*-*Cl
S30.il3a COKII0VA STUKET,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
lmporlers and Dealers In
MACHINERY
OK ALL DESCBITIONS.
MARINE WORKA SPECIALTY.
ilwtleMlo
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
'CIGAR, ASK FOR. THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
„*.-uk MAINLAND.
s3TThey nra not only mado of tho
Choicest Tobacco but thoy nro of
Home *>Iilllllf;tCt<ire, nnd should bo
patronized by nil good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
K0LHR00K Dt'lLUmn,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
CHOICE
Family Groceries
Asd PROVISIONS.
—AT.SO—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRY GOODS
m FURNISHINGS,
AT  THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
LCNDBOHM'fl BLOCK,
Columbln Street,       New Westminster,
noldwly
Mil BritisU Mercantile
INSURAI
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
Capital,   •   1*15,000,(100.00
Subscrlbml Cnpltnll, ns nt "1st D-c, 1888,
si2,*<H>,oo«. Firo Fund and Keiorve,W,-
212,720.  Not Proinlums, 1888, $5,0JD,*9O,
OF   LONDON.
Capital,    ■    $0,733,000.00
IlATKa   AS    LOW   Aft   ANY  OTHEB
COJII'ANII'.I 11(11X0  I1UHINBUS
IN imiTlHUCOLUMBIA.
T. Or. J^.Q*rr*BS
Agent for New Westminster City
and Distriot, djc22ta
Canadian Pacific Railway,
PACIFIC DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MASTERS OP VES-
selsnnd othor Craft navigating tho
Krasar River are oantloned to keep within
tlm Buoys painted lint and White, ro-
Bpofltiyofy,at the Mission Bridge, ns dnr-
Ing Iho construction of the Bridge, nnvl-
giulon betweon the banks of the HI ver
and tho Buoys Is dangerous, owing to piles
being driven there.
H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent.
Vancouver, B. C, 7th Mny, 1839.  dmySlc
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM PRODUCE.
H|-.11-1IUUU|
Ac,     -tc..     tie.
LEAVE ORDERS AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dinyggtg      	
J. W. WINGER
DEALElt IK
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notico nnd nt Reasonable Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always in Stock.
Orders left at the C. P.N. Wharf will bo
promptly delivered. dmh20to
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses $c Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
\W REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to'
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwtc 31 Col*u.*m.*bia Street.
1STOTICE.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
80 dnys after dato wo intond malting
application to tiio Chief Commisslonerof
hands and Works tor a lease for Umbering purposes of tho follow]rig described
lauds, situated ln Say ward District, Vancouver Island;
Commencing at n stniio placed on tlio
west, shore of a small lako duo south of
r,ot5), Baywnrd Dlstrlot, nbout one mile
from soutli imd of said lake; titeuco west
M-iicliiiln.*'. thenee south -JOO chains, Ihonco
east 660 chains, thenee north 730 clinins,
theneo west 820 chains, thonco south WO
chain*-, thonce east ui) chains, more or
less, lo the above-mentioned hike, thenco
meandering along slioro of said lake to
place (tf commencement,—containing about, :i0,l»iHl acres, more or less.
Royal Citv Flanino Mills Co. Ld.
Joun Hendry, Manager.
Now Westminster, Juno 10,1880.
dlljolm
■THB-
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWART I CASH, PROPBIEM
il. J. WILSON, - MAKACER.
Rlllcs, $1.00 and $1.50 yep Day,
Act'onmso to room.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OR MONTH,
t_f Pnrllcs supplied -vith nil klmls of
ICE-CREAM. dmylmO
fiWBLOlOFUHHli
•*.. XT'.    £c   -A.   XMC
rnilK EIGHTKENTH ANNUAL COM-
1 MUNICATION of the M. W. Grand
Lodge of British Columbia will be hold in
tho MASONIC TEMPLE, In the CITY OK
VICTORIA, commencing on SATURDAY, Jiiiiv ■J'.'m), nt 2 o'clock p. ra,
Afullattendnncoof members nnd representatives Is earnestly requested.
Arrangements hnvo been mndo with
tho 0. P. N. Co. for ono first-class faro for
round trip, from Now Wostmlnster nnd
Vancouver lo Vlciorla nnd roturn. Ticket--good from 21st to'ttOth lusts., Inclusive,
for lnombois of tlio Mnsonlo fraternity,
thoir wives or other members of their
families accompanying them.
HENRY BROWN,
dOsIltd Grand Sec.
Dominion Lands.
IV YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
[■'■e-omplion or Torrent of Mlnlngor
''Midlife Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or nny land fiom tho Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
Serin onn bo obtained ln large or small
ciuantltlos from
ALIOWAY & CHAMPION
*Q.A.3Sr-IC*E*ElS,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OK PHOH
THK E1ANK OF BRITISH COiVMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER
dwmhflto
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Ncarl-' opposito the Colonial nolo!,
NKW WESTMINSTER.
mil!*  LARGEST  AND   CHOICEST
JL   assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam.
iRes, Restaurants, and Steamboats at ths
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
FisliGanrtto!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
t_r Highest Prico paid for Furs and
Door Hides,
Correspondence Invlleil. BH-Telephone
Cnll No. 6. ilJn8to
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
gj-iAXa--***, in
iulAieiSE!
DOUGLAS STREKT
Foot op Douglas Stiieet, Neak
Coi.djiuia Stiieet,
J. FER-GITSOK, PROPRIETOR
FURBII   BREAD,   OAKES,  PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc.
Hotel and Reslaurant trado solicited.
All orders   promptly attended to and
delivered to any part of the city,   dmhMy
a tfi
Con. Columbia ahd Ciiu'CH Sn.
Mew Westminster, Brit. Col.
H'iiUMts, Miami Tablets, lis,,
In Mnrbli or Granite nf Best Quality.
CORNER     POSTS    AND    CURBING.
Ni n.—.lust. received—tho linest nscorl-
nicntof Si-aiiii GraniteHonnmcnlsever
noon n British Columbln, which nil! be
Bold at prloos putting competition out of
the question,
dwmbaiyl AUX. HAMILTON' PROP.
TIME    CARD.
o. x». w. oo.
Tho Fino First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Lenvo Hie C. r. N. Co.'s Whnrf,
B-vBB-ar
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOB CHILLIWHACK AHD WAV POUTS.
Returning Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When Biitllciont   Inducement offers (*ho
will proceed to ROPE nnd on bucIi
occasion**, will leavo hor wharf
at <la. m.
Connecting with the C. V, N. 0o,-s Steamer
for Victoria,
JOHN IRVING, Manngar.
T. h. BRIGGS, Agent,
New Westminster. dapftle
Time Table!
■££_____, THE STEAMER
^SlOBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER evory Monday morning nt 7 o'clock fnr Nnnaimo, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
Leaves Westminster evory Wednesday
nt 7 a. in. for Nanaimo direct, i onnccting
with Island rnllway and Comox steamer.
T,cavoH Nnnaimo fnr Vancouver on
Thursdays and Fridays and returns same
dnys.
Loaves Nannlmo on Snturdny nt7 a. th,
for WestminBter direct.
For freight or passage apply on board,
or to T. h, URIQO81C, P. N. wharf,     dto
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOR SALE;
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
Fl
Rice Meal,
FOR POULTRY, 40.
Constantly on Hnnd an Extonsivo Stock of
Dry Goods, Oucci-ics,  Boots A Shoes, Hats A Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, &c.
XtXXUBff-a     <Ss     BOYS-     RTTITS.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS,  POTATOES, LIME nnd   GENERAL STORES.
N. B.—Farm Proiluce bought nl murkel rates or sold on commission. BsuOrders
from tne Imerlor promptly attended to. dwjesto
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAIB & MESTMENT AGENCY, Ld.
FOR OATTLE FEED,
ikmhae-n*
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.   MASON,
CUYLER A.   HOLLAND,
DIRF.CTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, - 15 Serjeants Inn Fleet St. ■ LONDON, ENG.
The Businoss of ALLSOP & MASON has been merged in the above Company
and will be carried on by the Company from thia date as a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agen :y.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates. Town Lots and Farming
Lauds for Sale ou feasy terms,
Victoria B. O., May I6th, 1887, dwje7te
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"C-utorUis bo well adapted toehlldren that
I recommend It as superior to any prescription
known to me."     B. A. Abcher, il d.,
Ul So, Oxford 6fc,Rrwl*Jjn,N.Y.
CutorU cures Colic, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
Kills Worms, elves sleep, and promotes d»
Without injurious medication.
Tim Oektidb Coupakt, 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
M.A.McRAE
Merchant 1 ailoi*
BEAUTIFUL RANGE OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Check
for spring and summer.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Columbia St.,   •   New Westminster.
dwmh28to
1
HACK, LIVERY, STACE,
Feed I Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW TRR-
PARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Special Low Ratos.
Dnjng'uiill Mi Tea-ming
Done nt Shortest Notice,
Dry Cordn ood delivered to any part of
tho City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention,
■HTStnbles nearly opposite C.P.R.Depot, Colum bin St., NewWestminster.
djniite      GILLEY BROS. ^ore.
Feed,LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street,, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
PKOPEIBTOB.
GOOD DRIVING * RIDING HORSES
tor Hire. Hacks cnll nt nil Steamers
and Trains. Special attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may be left at tho Office of Mathers A Mllllgan,Commission Merchants,
Front Street, now Weit, dse21to
arenas.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I have applied to the Honourable
m lnlster ot the Interior for a license to cut
timber on tho following desoribed Dominion lands ln New Westminster District,
British Columbia, nocordlng to the Provincial Government survey:
Moulh-cnst If Heetlon 23, south*eu6t U
Section 25, north half and Routli-weftt j-j
Section 24, in Township iti, and Sections
•29 and 80. in Township 29.
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
New West., 7th Murcb, 1880. dje5ml
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CGMP'Y,
1 Old Bboad St. and 10 Pall Mal;-,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Ooods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, nnd tiie
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Shi]- >• :i.-l
int; aud repairing, Bargea and other Ves
.--els on navigable rivers and canals, und
Goods on board euch Vessels, throughout
Grout Britain and Ireland ond in Foreign
Countries,
FROH LUSH OK UAH AUB BT F1RB.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
-61,600,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every Inform*-.-
tion can be obtained on application, t ■■
V. J. ABHSTRONfi,
Agent foi Now Weitminster.
Tj k FraiciscD, Dal.,
BY WAY OF THE
Soutliem Pacific Company's
I.ITJ-B.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Q.UICKERIN TIME THAN AN Y OTHER
ROUTE BETWEEN
Sew Wertniaiter and Saa bsm
CRAND 8GENI0 ROUTE OF THE PACIFIO GOUT
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING OARS
For Accommodation of Second-Class Passengers, attached to Express Tralni,
Fare from Fortland to Sacramento ana
San Francisco—Un limited, |25; First*
class (Limited), $20; Second-class (tt-
mttedjJlS.
THROUGH TICKETS to all points South
and East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES:
CiTYOrrici', No. 184 Cor. First A Alder
Streets;
Depot Office, Cor. F A Front Btreets;
Portland. Oregon.
R.KOEHLER,       E.P.KOGEBB,
Manager.       AssLG,F. *M|t 1UILY BEISMH COLUMBIA**. NBW WWaXmXA, B. a, JUKE 18, UU.
Iftiljj IntisK tSJcteitttottn
Taesd.i-) EvenfDCs June IS, I8SD-
r\DVE*ttl8lKC HATES FCR THE DAILY.
Transleiit Ailverilscmcnlss—Firutiiiser-
tiuii If.--'-. I'-m Iii*'1 ;iolM iioumnti'; e:icti
Biiiih-.-,itiL'iil i'.onM:cutlv«lnscrtiou,:;.:i.-. ]'Oi-
line, Advertit-eiiientH uot Inserted every
day-llrst insertion, 10 cU, per line; Btibse-
ducat insertions, fids, perl.ae.
muuitliis. Atlvviilst'iueBis,—ProrMslon-
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Wanted,, Ackerman Bros.
Wanted Pelham Gardens
Application for License F. Miller
Strawberries ami Gi'f*»S'm at tlio
"Olub."
Five carloads of cattlo arrived from
tho interior this morning.
All the fashlonablo iced boyerageu, at
tho "Hub," noxt tho "Queen's."   *
Sheriff Armstrong's new block Will
bo ready for occupation in a month,
Go to Sinclair's for GlaBsFruit Jars;
lOOdozen of nsaorted just received. Ut*
Russell's Restaurant, opposito tho
Amorican Hotel, open day and
night a,Jnl3*
Furnished room to let for getitle-
munina private family. Apply at
thin offico. 3t*
The Btr. Irvfng loft fur Chilliwack
this morning witli 40 tons of freight
and 30 passengers.
200 lots on the Thome road, from
£65 upwards nt $10 pur month.--W.
Reidt, Front stroot, *
To Buildiiijjj Society members six
weeks iu arrears: What's tho matter
with the fine notice 1 *
Salmon only averaged 2 to tho boat
last night. The fishermen consider
themselves in unusually hard luck.
Try tho latest, summer drink—"Milk
Shako"—only 10 eta. per glass, nt
Frasor's (Lato Robert eon'a,) noxt to
City Hotel. tc*
Jas. Coster, the man who was so
badly gored by a bull on Sundny, is
Improving rapidly nnd his recovery ia
now almost certain.
Look out for tho great sale of lota in
tho town of Seattle, at tlio Mission
Bridge, on June 15th next. For particulars, apply to Wm. Reklt        *
A meeting of tho rifto association
council will be held at Mr. W. Wolfen-
deu'a oflice to-morrow night lo arrange
fur the match with Vancouver uu Saturday.
Tho celebrated Greer Case Trial,
the Government uf British Culumhia
nnd C. f\ Railway Versus Samuol
Greer, for sale at Z-d S. Hall's.
Price 2o cents.     . Ot*
The base ball club went over to
Ha-itings this afternoon tu play tho return match with Vancouver. May
victory petoh lug1) on tho banner of
tho Royal City club.
Tho church uf England synod meets
to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock in
Holy Trinity church and from thoro
will adjourn to tho Hyack hall, whoro
tho businesa of tho synod will be discussed.
Mr. John Burr of tho North Arm
has sold his tine farm, consisting of
2G0 acres, with buildings, slock and
farm implements, to a Mr. PrentisB,
from Scolland, fur §10,000. Mr.
Prentiss takes immediate possession
and Mr. Burr leaves for Ontario in a
fi-w days to visit hia old home.
About three weeka ago a lady arrived in Brandon from Now Westminstor,
B. C, baking aftur hor husband, who
desert ad her two yours ago. Tho cisc
Was placed in tho hands of Detective
Foster, who, after a careful enquiry,
located the runaway husband at Whito
rivor, two hundred miles oast of Port
Arthur.—-Winnipeg Free Press.
Tho cow struck by the train yesterday was tho property uf Mrs. Homer.
The train wtm within the city limits
at the time the accident occurred and
was running much faster than 4 milea
por hour, tho speed allowed by law.
If the C, P. R wishes tu du the fair
and pruper thing tho animal will bo
paid for without the necessity of taking proceedings to recover its valuo.
In the Presbyterian general assembly, sitting nt Toronto, on Friday, a
discussion on mission fields in the
Northwest took up the greatest part
of the dsy. Rev. p. McF. Macleod,
formerly of the Central Presbyterian
church, 'Toronto, and now of Victoria,
B. C, introduced Rov. T. G. Thompson and J. McGluro, delegates with
himself from British Oolumbia, They
wero listened to with interest.
Attention is directed to tho great
auct inn salo of Wooded and graded
Btook fixed tu come off at Ontario farm,
Langloy Prairio, on 28th June, full
particular*- of which will appear in
noxt Weekly Columbian. The
Mussra. limes nve favorably known as
being good judges of horses and cattle,
and the snle in question will give an
opportunity seldom offered of acquiring good stock. 1(10 acres of the bost
prairie land in the province will be
offered fur Bale by auction at tho same
timo and place. Mr. T. J. Trapp will
conduct tho sale. td*
Hnrrl.'wn lint HprliiR*. Arrival*-.
Following nro rogiatered at St. Alice
Hotel: D. S. Curtis nnd wife, J. C.
Armstrong, .Fred Eiokhoff, A. W.
Lundbom, VVoitminater; Thou. Davies
and wife, Toronto; J. O. Young and
wife, Seattle; 11. A. Turner. Port
Townsend; Thos. Bradley, J. E. Jen*
' kins, Nsuaitno) Alex. Moffatt, Mrs.
Chas. Inkman, Mias Agor-six, Agassi;!;
T. Ctjrey, Kamloops; Mrs. Treiheway,
Mrs. Baldwin, Mission; P. Aighto.r,
Keewatin; T. Urgtiheart, A. Gilmore,
Francis Bouchier,"Victoria; R. Rooster, F. Fonbert, F. Clutterbuck, H.
O. Rangis, R. A. Andorsmi, H. G.
Bock. E. J. McFoeloy, O. H. Gnrl*
wod, O. H. Legg, Jud. Buxton, H,
Cayloy, R. Cassolmnn, W. L. Leonard,
Vancouver.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla j
tifjuluul !>•» Knee.
A man named' OTlaherty, iti tho
employ of tho Brunei to Saw Mills,
mot with a vory serioua and painful accident on Saturduy. Ho waa moving
lumber and a plank slipped against his
right kuee crushing it badly, but not
breaking any bones. O'Flaherty was
remuved to St. Mury'** hospital and
placed under tho care of Dr. Fagan.
Tho kneo ia badly inflamed but tho
doctor thinks a week or bo will bring
him out all right again,
Serlnu*.   Accident.
Ono of lho eisters of St. Mary's hospital had tho misfurtuno to fall yesterday and break hor arm. Tiio fracture
though not a bad ouo is very painful,
and will havo tho effect uf forcing her
to refrain from active work for somo
weeks. Apart from tho mishap to the
sister, tho accident is a serious misfortune to the hospital, as just now all
the nursing force ia taxed to tho utmost, and have scarcely rest day ur
night. Tho patient is under tho caro
of Dr. Fagan and is progressing favorably.
ut'oUc Ills leg.
Yesterday morning at the Lndnera
Saw Mill, a French-Canadian named
Dc Fontaine, whilo moving lumber,
slipped and fell, at tiio same time pulling over Bomo heavy lumber which fell
on top uf him. Thebulkof tho weight
fell on tho left leg, which was fractured in t»*o places between tho ankle
nnd kneo. Thu poor fellow was aoon
removed from his painful position and
tho local doctor was summoned, who
bound up the leg. A tug waa procured nud Da Fontaine waa brought to
Westminster and removed to St. Mary's
hospital. Dr. Fagan, the attending
Burgeon, set the leg and tlio patient
is now reported to bo resting  easily.
Sensational t'loncmciit.
Yesterday James, Maitlsmd, late of
the Britt-mi'i Restaurant nnd Miss S.
J*. Bolton left tho city in a suspicious
milliner and thoir exact destination 13
as yet unknown. It is rumored that
Miiitlnnd left for tho benelit of hia
health as several of tho relatives of the
girl had determined to mako the city
too hot to hold him. He is also suspected of having taken several hundred dollars in hard cash to help him
along the road. Tho young lndy went
away quite cheerfully sinking "Tummy
make room for your uncle," ostensibly
us a parting shot at her lute male
friends. The interesting part of tho
elopement is that the couplo occupy
tho relations towards each other of
uncle and niece.-— Courier,
Valuable Mineral rL'-uUcctloii.
Tho director of the Geological and
Natural History survey of tho Dominion, with his well known generoflity,
has forwarded to Mr. Al J, Hill, of
this city a most interesting and valuable catalogue and collection of rock
and minerals nf Canada, consisting of
nearly 150 specimens. Another similar collection, it ia understood, has
beoh received for the use of tho high
school here. The location of these
typical collections for reference
throughout the Dominion nnd (specially in muling districts, is a matter t f
the utmost consequence and value, and
their c-otistant use in the public nclu-ol
i-hould bo n prime factor in the education of our young men, moro particularly of thoae to whom may bu in
future committed tho development of
our exhausthss mineral resources.
Wltai Sir. Van linnie Thinks.
Tho wonderful cherries grown in Dr.
C. E. C. Brown's garden, nnd referred
to in Saturday's Colombian, were sent
to Mr. W. C. Van Home, president of
the Canadian Paciiic Railway, who
was so surprised and pleased with them
that ho caused the branches to bo aent
to Montreal for exhibition, Following
ia hia reply to Dr. Brown;
iiv Deae Sir.—A thousand thanks
for the wonderful cherry ■ branches you
so kindly sent mc. I never saw a specimen of fruit to be compared with them.
I have forwarded them to Montreal for
exhibition. I will be very glad to accept your offer of photographs of them,
and if you have no objections to the
photographs being re-produccd in photoengraving thoy cau he made very useful
in our advertising matter,
Yours truly,
W. C. Van* Hobhh.
Blssai Ih fact (on ai llicllnlnu*llluc.
Several miners who arrived on the
Isabel yesterday from Comox, .bring
rather bad news of the working of the
mine thero. They miy it is impossible
under tho present manner of running
the mine for a white man to mako a
living. They informed ns that tho
seam of coal is only two feet thiok,
and that to get at it thoy have to take
down two feet of dirt, which hns to bo
all loaded and run out of tho Blope.
Tho present prico paid is 00c. a ton
with mi yardage for driving tunnels.
The mino ia worked on lho long wall
system, and coal very dllicult to obtain. Formerly men were paid at tho
rato of §0 a yard, and they could make
fair wages, but now f-fche management"
haa ordered that the coal bo worked at
the rato of 00c. a ton, and thit if whito
men cannot do it at tho prico Chinamen will. They also stated that, four
Italians, good miners, worked four
days, and aftor paying fur their powder
and oil only succeeded in charing 25c.
—Courier.
City Flutter Tests.
Editor Columbian.— Sir,—Permit mo
kindly through the columns of your valuable paper to make a suggestion with
regard tothe placing of posts atthe corners
of streets, with names of tho respective
streets printed upon them—a suggestion,
I think, which would meet with public
approval. It ia ccrtaijily not so antiquated a method ns thepftposcd one, and our
street corners nro now obstiucted (if I
may call it so) by lamp postu, and telephone nnd telegraph posts, atifficiently to
cause discredit upon any proposed plan
to increase that obstruction. The lamps
and pillars used in public lighting are tno
proporty of the city, nnd eould bo utilized
by having the namea of each atreet printed in good type upon the glass. In most
cases the lamps stand upon the corner of
two stroeta; thus two sides of the lamp
could bo utilized for that purpose without canaing any additional obstruction,
no interference with the light; nnd also
answer tho purposo night and day. It
commends itself for cheapness, compari-
tively. It is the solution of a question
that haa occupied the attention of the
largo municipaMtics—that of street corner obstructions. Hoping our oity father's will give this mggeatlou a little consideration, I remain, Doar Sir,
Yours Sincerely,
IX Mokms,
M'gT Cias Co.
city uonnen.
The city council met last night al S
o'clock for tho tranaactiun of business.
Present, Aldermen Calbick, Scoullar,
Cunningham, MdPhaden, Jacques,
Reid, Townsend, Bitch and Curtia.
Hia worship Mayor Hendry in the
chair.
COMMUNICATION!*,
From W. N. Draper, asking the
council to open Auckland street and
remove the cattle yards, which he
claims are a nuisance. Recoived and
filed.
From a committeo of the Royal City
Boat club, asking tho use of :i water
lot for a flouting boat house. Request
granted, the lot to be held at tho will
of the council.
Frnm J. A. Calbick, asking permia*
siott to lay building material on tho
atreet.   Leave granted.
From tho Invitation committee,
Vancouver celebration, inviting the
mayor, aldermen and citizens of Westminster to be present on July lat.
Recoived, and the clerk instructed to
reply extending thanks fur lhe invitation.
ACCOUNTS.
Mainland Qurrdian, 862,16; G. W.
Gilley & Co., §183.07; J. G. Ronald,
8168.00.
lim'ORTS,
Aid. Cunningham, chairman of the
park committee, reported that all work
on tho paik would bo done by contract,
dividing tho job into four different
parts. The committee had examined
tho grounds aud laid out the work;
plana for the erection of tho exhibition
buildings had been callod for. Another meeting would bo hold on Wednesday night   Report adopted.
Aid, Calbick reported that tho committee appointed to look into the fisheries question had decided it waa a
matter outof tho jurisdiction uf tho
council.   Adopted.
Aid. Jaques reported that W. N.
Draper had beon offered §1,000 aud
hts law expenses for tho lot expropriated for railway purposes. Ho Imd refused this offor,
A numbor of aldermen spoke on tho
question pro and con. Tho general expression was that the price ('fibred was
liberal,
A committee, consisting of Aid. Cunningham, Townsend and Reid, waa appointed to report on this matter at
next meeting.
On motion tho council went into
committee of the whole on Alderman
Jaques' liquor license amendment bylaw, Aid. Townsend in the chair. The
by-law provided that the liquor license
by-law ahould lie in abeyance till Dec.
lat when it would come iuto force.
Tho preamable was read and un
motion ii was laid ovor.
Clause 1 was read na follows :
Clause 1, That the liquor license
by-law, 1880, bo and is hereby amended by striking out section 42 thereof
and inserting in lieu of said section tho
following words, namely: "This bylaw shall como into force and tako
effect on tlio first day of December,
1889."
Clause 42 is tho clauso making
special provision for the lirst meeting
of the licensing board and the effect of
this amendment was to repeal that
clause.
Aid. Curtis moved in amendment
that the following bo substituted :
" Clause 1. Tint iho liquor license
by-law be and is hereby amended by
adding to section 15 tho following
words: "Provided that thu feu to bo
paid fur a tuition license duchig tho
half year horn the 30th -if Jane, 188!),
to 1st of January, 1800, shell bo §100
instead of ?200."
Clause 2. This by-law may bo cited
aa the "liquor license amendment bylaw, 1880."
Aid. Curtis said this was all tho
liceuaud victuallers association had
naked for, aud hu was willing to make
tho con cess ion, as the saloon keepers
bad not been given sufficient notice uf
tho ohango which had been brought
about. This amendment would leavo
tho by-law intact und nut interfere
with its workings. There was nu desire on his part to take unfair advantage of anyone,
Aid. Jaques persisted that Aid.
Curtis intended killing tho by-law.
Ho wished the by-law to stand after
Dec. lat.
Aid. Cui'Ub: "You may pull the
wool ovoreome people's eyes, but you
can't pull it over mine, Aid.   Jcques."
Aid. Jnquea roso with u vory broad
smile on his face and declared ho was
only endeavoring to bring about a proper understanding by tho nearest possible way.
Aid. Scoullar thought Aid. Jaques
amendment, should be adopted, as it
was juat and fair. Tho council waa
not elected totyrannizooverthepeoplo.
Aid. Curtis aaid his amendment
granted all that iho saloon keepers
naked, and what more did Aid. Scoullar want?
Aid. Scoullar replied that the
chatigiiB were too radical, nnd that
they should nut bo sprung on tho public so quickly. It was better to go
slow with changes of ibis kind and get
tho people used to them.
Aid. McPhaden said tho saloon
keepers wero as respectable n lot of
people as any in tho community, and
he did not soo by what right thoir
business ur hours of busiucsi were
being interfered with.
Aid, Ewen contended that Aid.
Jaques nmcndinont by-law wns all
right, and that it should bo allowed to
pass.
Mayor Hendry fluid ho hnd supported the liquor license by-luw from tho
first and would therefore Bupport Aid.
Curtia' amendment aa it granted all
the licensed victuallers asked and
would leave tho original by-law operative.
Aid. Cunuingham, Reid and Calbick spoko to the same effect.
Aid, Curtis' amendment to clause 1
was then put and carried.
Aid, Curtis then moved that olauso
2 be read.
Aid. Jaques: "Hold on, I want to
introduco a clause whereby Aid. Curtis
and other druggists will not have the
monopoly of the Sunday whiskey buai-
n ess.
Aid, Townsend: "You are out of order, Aid. Jaques, Clause 2 must bo
disposed of beforo anything new is introduced."
Aid, Scoullar: "Aid Jaquos is in
order."
Aid. Curtis: "I would like to know
whore Ald..SooUllar learned his points
of ordor. This is his first yoar in tho
council and ho seems to be better
posted thar those who havo been councillors for yoars. Aid Jaques knows
he is out of order." Clause 2 was then
read and Aid. Curtia movod that it
pass as read. At this jioint all som*
bianco of order was abandoned, everyone talked, and tho proceedings for
half an hour were most undignified.
Finally Aid. Scoullar moved that clauso
2 should uot pass, whieh was lost on
a ihow of hnuds, Aid. Scoullar, Ewen,
Jaques and McPhaden voting for tho
motion and Aid. Curtis, Mayor' Hendry, Aid. Cunningham, Calbick and
Reid voting against it
Aid. Sftcu thou rose to his feet and
said he waa not going to Btay any longer and RBked the others to leavo with
him.
Aid, Jiiquos, Scoullar and McPhadden folluwed suit and left the room.
Aid. Curtis said this was a most unworthy proceeding ou the part of tho
aldermen to loavo the council chamber,
and was u display of childishness unbecoming men. Thore were two by-laws
to be fully passed, tho streets and park
debenturo by-law and water works debenture by law, which if nut ratified
at thia meeting would be worthless
paper. Tho people had voted thould-
ennen into oflice to carry out tho do-
aires of tho citizons, had expressed
their wishes concerning the by-laws at
the polls, and here were four aldermen, a minority of the council, attempting to fust rato the people's wishes
out of pure childlislmess becauso they
could not carry their personal ends.
Luckily a quorum was left, and it was
a good thing for tho people, Aid.
Jaques had played tho same tactics on
several previous occasions when his
pot schemes wuuld not carry. Tho
aldermen met aa business mun to do
business properly and there should be
no childlishnoss displayed, and ho
for one would resign rather than stand
it.
Aid, Ruid spoke in a similar strain
and condemned the action of the aldermen who had left tho room.
It was moved that clauso 2 pass.
Mayor Hendry thought it would be
bettor (or tho committeo to riso and
report progress nnd ask leavo to sit
again. This would give Aid. Jaques
a chanco to bring in an amendment if
such waa in order.
Aid. Curtia objected and insisted
that tho bylaw should be disposed ot
Aid, Townsend aaid tho aldermon
who had juat left had played a "bluff*
gamo and failed, He for one did not
propose to sit in tho council if this
sort of game was to bo tried and such
childish conduct continued. Aid.
Juquea had shown tho whito feather
and the business of tho council ahould
not be suspended un that account.
Mayor Hendry still argued that
nothing more should bo dune with tho
amendment by-law till a propor understanding had been arrived at by all
parties,
At this point Aid. Curtis applied
the term "boobios" to the mayor and
alderman, on which the mayor left the
chair aud refused to sit again until
Mr. Curtis had apologized. After
wrangling an hour tho apology waa
given and business waa resumed.
The committeo ruse, reported pro-
gross and asked leave to sit again, it
being decided to givo Aid. Jaques a
chance to oppose it further if ho so
wishes.
The etreets and park debenture by
law nnd water worka debenture by
law woro read a third timo and finally
passed.
Aid Curtis handed in his resignation, which, howovor, ho withdrew
after considerable pressure.
On motion 8200 was voted to send
provincial exhibits to tho Toronto exhibition.
On motion tho clerk was instructed
to commuuicato with tho chief com*
missionerof lands and worka asking for
the conveyance of Lulu Ialand reserve,
na arranged by tho couucil committee.
The council adjourned at 11:45 p.m.
vQUJiw n-va lit
Dr, Child's Pile Ointment instantly re-
lieves and permanently cures Piles, Prurh
tits aud all hot and itching sores and
craptions. N. W. ogents, 5. 8. Curtis
k Co. diny28yl
Tfnon Bal»y wu flick, we fitve tor Cutoria,
men ehe wm » Child, ahe cried for Cantor!*,
When she bourne Miin, sho clung to Castoria-
When thehtdChildren, *bo(jave them Castoria
PERSONAL.
Horatio Wobb arrived down from
Chilliwack tu-day.
W. J. Young, M. D , of Ladners,
was in tho city last night.
D, S. Curtia and wife roUirncd from
the Hot Springs last evening.
Misa Townley, of Vancouvor, spent
a few hours in town this afternoon.
A. McKelviu, of the Vancouver Iron
Works, waB registered at tho Colonial
to-day.
H. T.  WilgresB, of tbe C. P. R.,
Vancouver, wus in the city on business
to-dny.
Bishop and Mrs. Sillitoe nnd Rev.
Phillip Woods returned from the interior to-day,
Mrs. E. .1. Miller ia in Victoria, suffering from a severe cold and will not
bo able to return to Wofetmiimtcr for a.
weok.
II. Wallace, nf Chicago, agent fur
Palmer & Rey and Mardor Luao &
Co., type founders, etc., is in tho city
and staying at tho Queen's.
SYRUP OF FIGS,
Produced from the laxative and nutritions juice of California figs, combined
with tho medicinal virtues of plants
known to ho moat beneficial to the
human system, nets gently on the kidneys, liver and bowels, effectually cleansing tho aystcm, dispelling colds and
headnches, and curing habitual constipation.
BAPTIST CHUUt.II, Acne.-' Htroet
East of Mary Htreet. Lord'H Day
Services at li a. in. aud 7 p. m, Sabbath
Hehool (imlBlhle UIuhs nl 2-M p. in. All
Bents free* Hlrani-er.s cordially welcomed.
—Rov. Thos, Baldwin, pastor.
METHODIST (.muni, Mnry
StrecU Hov. J. H. While, Pastor,
Services ut II u. in. ami 7 p. in. Sundny
School and 111 hie Class 2:81) p. in. Prayer
Meeting nn Thursdays »t 7..T0p.m, Seats
freo; strangers cordially Invited.
CJT. PAUL'S  CHURCH, John Btreet,
Q Opposite Orange Hall. Rov, Thomas
Haddon, Pastor. Bervtooa every Sunday
at ll u. m. nnd 7 n. m, Thursday evenings
nt 7:3(1 o'clock. Seats free; till nro cordially Invited. Sundny School at 2:30 p. m.
f-IIUKCII OF ENGLAND. - 1IOI-V
\J TRINITY CHUROH; Hcmir, The
Veil.  Aro) 1 dOllCOn   Woods,    ft.   MARY'S
CHURCH: Rector, Tho Bishop. Services
In hoth churelicH every day. All teals
free. Both churches opon till dny for private prayer.	
Bin
HRSBYTHRIAN    CHURCH   (ST.
ANDREW'S), corner Carnarvon nnd
...ackwond Sts. Rev. Thos. Scouler, pastor. Services nt 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Sunday-school and Blhlo-clnss nt 3.80 p, m.j
Priiyor-moctln'fon Thursday evonlngsat
7.80.  Seats free; atrangera welcome.
riALKDONIA  A   ST.   ANDREW'S
V SOCIETY,-Tho regular meetings of
this Association are held on tlio last Tuesday of enoh month,at8o'clock p.m. All
Scotchmen aro Invited to attend.-John
Ruik, Hoc.	
A O. F.-COURT LORD DUFFKIUN,
A. No. 6301. The regular meetings of
tho above Court are hold nt the Foresters'
Hall, on the nrstnud third Wednesday in
each month, nts p. m.—Jno. McMuiu-hy,
Benr., F, C. it,
»«. C. T. W.-REQULAR MEETING
\Y , every Wednesday afternoon ut 8
o'clock nt lho W. O. T. U. Headquarters,
Douglas SU   Loyal Legion In the Mime
6lace every Friday afternoon.*-Mas. Jas.
un*** ino ham, President;  Miss DeBbck
Secretary; 	
UNION LODGE No, 0, A. F.
A A. M.—Tho regular meetings of this Lodgo nre held In
. . . the Mnsonlo Temple on the flrat
Wednesday ln eaeh month, at 7i30 o'clock
i. m. Sojourning brethren aro cordially
nvltod to attend.—W. c. Coatham, Bee.
BOARD OF TRADE. Bonrd Room,
Oddfellows Brick Block, up-Rtairr-
Counoll mools on tho flint and third Wednesday in caoli month,nt 4 p.m. Qunrtcrly
meetings on tlio 22nd of Fen., May., Aug.,
and Nov., nt 7:30 p. m. New members
may ho proposed and oleoted nt uny Quarterly mooting,—D. RonsoN, Soo.
4,
TO RENT.
LABQE BARN TO BENT, with a
I, good well of water. Apply to
Ijo&to MBS. E, Q0LD.
WANTED.
IJOURORFIVEaOODBTONEStASONi".
!    Apply tD ACKKItMAN mtOS.,
tljultjto Sow Wostminstor.
Chance For Good Boys.
W
ANTED.    SEVERAL   RELIABLE,
lionost boys to pick fruit.  Apply ut
PELHAM GARDENS.
tlJclSwl
Application for License.
AT THE NEXT SITTING OK TIIE
Licensing Hoard I Intend In upply
for u license to sell spirituous liquors liy
retail on tno promises known ns llio
"(lucous" Hotel. K. MILLER.
Wcstmlnsler, Juno, 18,1869. ilJol8t'J
Application for License.
I T THE NEXT  SITTING OF   THE
Licensing ilunrd I Intend to npply
West-nlnstor, Juno 17,18-1).
A Pleasing Sense of Healtli
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows tlio-use of Syruu ot Kga, as 'n
aots gently on tho
Kidhkys, Liveu *£* .Bowels
Effeotually Cleansing tlio System when
Costivo ur Uiiious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and pcnnniicnUy curing
HABITUAL OOl-ISTIPATIOIT
without -weakening or irritating iho organs ou which it aofco,
B"or salo iu 7Do bottles hy nil Loading
Druggists,
•ttAHDPAorimmi ostv bv 'rim
OAUPOEHIAIKSIEUPOQ
Sah Phakcimo, Oat..
""*>m*,vm,r.,Kv„ Kyw Yobx, S- v
HANK BUILDINOS-
Mary Street, New Westminster. B.C.
ITki-ei-ugme No.C5.]
W C'AHE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS ANO AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
Lnndoii anil Lnncnshlre Plre nnd
Ili'ltiah   tfm-ilr-:  Ltfo  Insurauce
Co m pn nl ci,
New Westminster llulltllng Society.
Accountant')- Olllcc, Dtoccue of N.W,
Cily Auditors, 1880,1887 and 186B.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   TKE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
nnd other monetary tninsnctlons,
nave soveral good Inveslm-jntu ou tliolr
books, ami nil now comers will do well to
cull boforo doing business elsewhere.
dwStloly
RECEIVED   THIS  WEEK,
SHETLAND SHAWLS.
Just the Thing for Cool Summer Evenings
 jSJ-.3C.SSO	
LADIES', MISSES' & CHILDREN'S
Silk, Merino, Natural Wool, Fancy Woolen,
Balbriggan and Cotton.
Ogle, OampbeE
MASONIC BLOCK,       -       NEW WESTMINSTER,
dwto
SUMMER COATS,
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
-AT-
Ogle, Campbell & Co's
i
dtc
Next door Bank of Montreal.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
DSAMB xxr
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
LaToracLor "Herring's,
2v£acl*:exel, Salt Cod.,
^.xnao-ex's "CTnc. "Elanas,
Aiicloui'o TJno. Bacon.
Flo-ax. "Bran. S3-ioxte,
«*rHIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE.
■itMwir 8oou liar-Armstrong Blook, Columbia tt.
HOSIERY.
The finest assortment of
Ladies', Children's and Infants' English and German Hosiery direct from
the manufacturers.
JERSEYS.
Largest assortment of Ladies' Jerseys, English and Ger-
man make, ever shown in
town.
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Uwooltlto
7
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician,
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRV, PLATED WAffi. &C.
■    BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles -& Eye-Glasses in steel, robber, ailvor nre ^ul
framefls   Tlio finest Pebbles made, §4 per imir, all sights suited.
Special -itttmtion given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having leanit'-.. u-.o
businesB thoroughly from some of tho finest Horologora in England, and siuuo then
managed tlio watch-repairing departments of a fow of tho be3t firm1* on tho continent of America, ia a sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly manager for uoarly 8 years of tho well known firm of Savago.«Lyman, Montreal,
Vlim-fics Moderate,
Montheai-, Dec,, 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Audw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watohmafcer who did so
well for me as you did whon in Montreal, and I am sorry you are uot hero to-day."
d watt 1*21.0
Wholesale and Eetail Drug
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    -    Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
W. £.. Wolfenden,
DIRECT IMPORTEES & DEALERS IN
HI&H-OLASS
DRY GOODS
—-a.is--o—
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MAROHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER & SHADWELL.
dwsStto

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