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 Oovornmont Printing off!
Columbian.
VOLUME 6
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., MONDAY EVENING, MAY 20, 1889.
NUMBER 119
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
T. C. ATKINSON,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOIt, Ae. Offloes-
3 Masonic Building, New Westminster,
tO. dwto
AKMSTAONG A KCK8TKIN,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS.   ETO. -
Masonic Building,  New Wc-stmln*
iter, B, 0. dwmy4tc
W. NOltMAM BULK, «*■,. C,
S>ARRiaTI!R*AT*LAW,LAND AGENT.
> Monoy to Loan, Office—Clarkson 8t.
bw Westminster, B. 0. dtp
COMMftllLI), MM OIL A MISS*,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, etc.   Offices—Masonlo Building:-, New West*
minster, nnd Vancouver, B. C.       dwtc
A. 0. BRI DONE-JACK, HI. A',
VrOTARY PUBLIO, CONVEYANCER,
Xl Ae, Barrister of the New Brunswick
Supreme Court. Offleo ln the Humley
Building, Columbia St., opposito the Col*
onlal Hotel. tlapBto
JOSEPH K. OAYNOH, B.A-.LL.B.
•TIOLD MEDALI8T of the Unlverslts of
•bl Dublin. BARRISTER*AT 1.AW ot
the High Court of Justine, Ireland. Offices,
Corner McKenzie A Olarkson Sts., New
Westminster. dwfe2lte
0. H. GATBWOOD, D.D.S.,
SUROEON DENTT8T--A Oraduate of
the Baltimore Dental College, Is pre-
pared to do all kinds of Dental work, office over McLennan A MoFeely's hard*
ware store, 13d Cordova Ht., Vanoouvor,
B. 0.   sjapjgto
O. W. UHAST.
ARCHITECT. Offlfjo-Corner Mary and
Clarkson Sts., Wen tm miter.   	
dwto
CLOW * HACLLKK,
A ROHITECTS.    Offlce—Room E. over
A  Bank of B. C,Columbia Street.West-
mlnster. dtc
WILLIAM It. KINO,
A ROHITECT.SANITARYENGINEER,
A  Ac   Removed to Armstrong's Block,
Columbia Street,   Westminster— Room
No. 2. dto
W> THlBAUDBAt-,
LAND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS-
innn.  Hamley Illock, New Westminister, ao.   '''"y.1?!**,
A. r. 4'OTTOX,
TVOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
IJ SURVEYOR. Offlco: Room I), Bank
of B._Obii I ldlni;, WeBtm Ulster, B.0,
ti. pit n:\ nine ii,
REAL ESTATE BROKER and County
Court Agent, Commissioner, Notary
public, Ac. Rents collected. OfHce—Mc*
Kgnzlg Street, New Westminster, B. 0.
T. J. TIIAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
Columbln street, New Westminster.
All ci>mmiBsiuns will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best references
given when rennln-il. inhl2*tc
TWINER, BEETON A, CO.,
MERCHANTS. Wharf St, VIctoiIa.
Agents for North British nnd Mercantile insurance Co. for Mainland. H.
C. i'KETON A Co., ilfl Flnsbury Circus, Loudon, E. C.   dtc
MAJOR & PEARSON
Real  Estate Brokers and
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life Association of
Toronto,
Hoyal and Lancashire Fire Insurance Companies.
■A.Valuable Lots for sale ln the Oity
ami District of Westminster; and choice
Lots In the City of Vancouver.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city or
rural property should communicate with
UB.
Offices: Bank of B.C. building, opposite
noHlofflco, Westminster, and Hustings Su,
Vancouver. dwnp 18to
R
RAND BROS.
■ ft I. ESTATE BROKERS,
ConveyMicen, Collectors,
And Inmrance Agents,
Offices nt
NBW WESTMINSTER:  Cornor
VcKont-loand Clarkson Sts.
VANHOUV10R. Cordova street,
LONDON .England.
BUILDING LOTS for sale ln all sections
of Vancouver and New Went minster City,
FARM LANDS of superior finality for
sale at Chilli whack,  Port  Hammond,
.Langley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Uay.Lad-
ner's Landing, Lulu Island, Nortii Arm
and Pitt River.
'  Maps and Plans exhibited and the full*
Mt Information furnlshadatall our offices,
W. BOVILL,
Real Estate Agent
AND CONVEYANCER.
NEW WESTMINSTERi-Offlce, Mackon*
ale Street,
VANCOUVER:-Offlce, Abbott Street-
near Cordova Street,
Full List of Oity and Suburban Property.
Particular attention paid to Farming
Lands,
Accurate Information to correspondents, dwmyOyl
ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
Civil Engineers! Land Surveyors* Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
FINANCIAL, 8HIPPIHQ A COMMISSION AGENTS
Nn, Life tt Marine Insurance.
Columbia St., • Opp. Colonial Hotel
NEW WESTMINSTER, fi. 0.
GIVE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
lentlon to all professional orders and
tender their services to residents and non-
resldents having City nr Country Property
to dispose of or desiring profitable Invest*
ment.
Ourllsir* of eligible properties are com-
firehenslvc anil constantly receiving addl*
Ions, and our favoritblo eastern connections both In Canada and the Atlantic
States give us unusual facilities for bust*
nets.
Speoial attention will bo paid to the
pun-base and Inspection of Lumber for
tthlpmont to foreign ports. Tonnage char-
I tered and genoral shipping business I rans*
'acted, dwaplyl
MESSRS.
Macpherson & Thomson
Of Ontario and Marquetto, Mlohigun,
bave opened a
III THE HOUMOK BLOCK,
Colnmbla Street, ii doors Eaat
of Telegraph Offlce,
They have a complete assortment of
jverythlng usually found In a flrst-olass
<Drug Store, comprising pure and fresh
DRUQ9, 0HEMI0AL8,
PATENT MEDIOINES,
TOILET ARTIOLES,
ENGLISH, FRENOH AND
AMERIOAN PERFUMES.
Physicians' proscriptions carefully compounded day and night, fegfdlm
WANTEO-TO RENT.
I S IMPROVED FARM. For full par
VJloulars, apply In writing to p. o. Box
'TNew Westminster. dwmyTml
rae em ml.warm?
f .,
[fitted with gas nnd hented with hot water". a Bent,from |10 to 118 permon th eaoh,
IOIIR EXCELLENT ROOMS [Bliltablo
for offlcesi In Hank of II. 0. liulldlni*
..I   n.1.1,   ..nm n__A    %.-_-.._...    .Hl.l.    -._- ..
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds o(.the best makes; Cross-cut A Hand-Saws,
lliirbcd W ire for Fencing, end .11 the necessary Utensils for Farmtngl
Stonesi Waif Paper in all designs; Brooms & Brnslles (or all purposes;
Lubricating Ollfll Traps of ull descriptions, and a general assortmrnt of
Agricultural Implements,
tr Special attention given to orders by mail.
1*. J. T*R^.*P*P SO CO.,
dwjly3to Columbia Street, New WtsrumsTg-i,
GRANT & MACLURE.
Boots fc Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
■-*-
AppUrto
dmylSv-a
Manager
FISUisR,
Bank of 6.0.
New Spring Goods I
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Gheviotts.
-J.   tS.   MAN SON'S
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street, - New Westminster.
\ noldlv
Globe House!
TTTST     BHOBIV*aD,
The Latest Novelties in Ladies'
Straw Hats and Bonnets,
Silk Dolmans
and Mantles.
MMMt-Wm MMTlMMm  RAEI.
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
Insurance and Financial
^G-EISTTJS.
OFFIOOB ,
NEW WESTMINSTER, TmTe^tN0
VANCOUVER, "WAt0*?.?^0
—AHD—
ANDERSON BLOOK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG. .07ICANN0N st.
Farming Lands^Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Oolumbla and Front Sts.,
in central portion of the dtyi several
buildings bring good rent-825,000.00.
Lot 4, Block 7, near Lytton Square,
66x132 feet, (ranting on Columbia ana
Front Sts.-l6,O0O.0O.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., 33x66 feet—
•4,000.00.
Also-Lot and Building with stook of
Goods, one of the best business stands
in the oity,
Improved Residential Property
Lot 18, Block 13; two houses rented at
paying figures—14,500,00.
House and Lot on Lome St., near Col.
umbla-timoo.
Lots 4, 5 ft 0, Block 19| good house,
garden, fto.i oholoe residenco property
-t*,560.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St. j fenced and
cleared -$1600.00.
House end Lot on Columbia St.t oneol
the finest residences in the city—87,-
000.00.
House ami Lot on Royal Avenue, near
Douglas St. -$2,000.00.
House and 3 Lots, oornor Royal Avonue
nnd St. Patrick's St.; no better rest.
donee sito in the city—310,000.00.
i aqro, with 7 houses, near the Park—
$6,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property,
Lot 1, Block 28; corner lot on Agnes Ht.;
fine residence slte-$1200.00,
Lots on St. Andrew's St., nesr Queen's
Avenue- 4500.00 each.
Lot. on Montreal, Douglas and Halifax Sts., near Clinton Sit fine views
and woll situated-$3*0.00, $376.00,
$600.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton -
$300.00.
Lot 9, SubBlock 10; fine reiidence lots-.
$260.00.     -
Lots on Pelham St., near Hary-$60O.0O
each.
Lot on Pelham St., near St. Andrew's;
fine site-$600.00.
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne—
$360.00.
Lot in St, Andrew's Squaro-1300,00.
Lots In Blook fronting on North Arn
roadi finest ohance In the market fo:
residence or snoculatloii-$125,00 t*
$176.00.
Lots In Subdivision of Lot 11, sobBlool
12-160.00 to $126.00.
Lot. In Subdivision of Lot 17, subBlock
1.1—•100.00 eaoh.
Lots In Westminster Addition st $16,00
to $60.00.
Absolutely Pure.
£TbIs powilur nover Varies, A marvel of
purity, Btreni-tli and wliolesomineBB. More
•oouoraloal than tbe ordinary kinds, nnd
eannot be lold lu compel Mon with the
multitude of low test, ibort weight alum
or phosphate powders, Sold onfy in cam,
Royal Baking Powder Co., 100 wall St,,
New York, Bfely
POR_SALE.
A YOUNG HOHBEi GOOD * SOUHD;
\ will work single or double. Apply
-SHEKIFF ARMSTRONG.     dmy7i„l
TO RENT.
111IK STORK FORMERLY OCCUPIED
by Foulds ft Co,, In Iho Masonlo and
Odd Fellows' J'Iock, Now Wefltmlnnlor.-
Appty to                        WM. McOOLL.
dap2tq	
NewWestminster Gas Co
A LIMITED NUMBER OF  SHARES
In the above Company for sale-
Apply to        DAVID MORRIS.
8eo.-Treas.4 Manager.
New West., May 8,18811. dmySml
FORJALE.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED UPTO
lhe-1th of June next for the purchase
Lots 161 & 164, Group One,
NowWestmlnster District, subject to three
overdue mortgages thereon, amountliiL*
in all, with Interest, to 93.775.00.
The highest or any tendor not necessarily accepted.  Byorder,
W. II. FALDING,
dmy2m 1 District Registrar 8, C.
Plants for Sale!
oanAP
AT TUK
I
InOrbat Variety, Including:,
GERANIUMS. Double and Single; FIT-
CHIAS, all now varieties; ROSES,
Double PETUNIAS, MOON-FLOWERS
n nne collection of DAHLIAS (nai-u-d
varieties). ANNUALS, 25 ctt-. per doz,
Mixed BEDDING PLANTS, 11.50 perdos.
I offer 10 Plants for 81, Including I Storm
King Fuchla. Bouquets. WreatliB and
Crosses made to order. Fruit, Vegetables
and Flowers at Store, next City Hotel, Columbia St. Orders by mall promptly attended to.     LdwapftylJ      P. LATHAM.
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWARTrtCASD, PROPRIETORS
J. J. WILSON, - M-IIUEI,
Bates, $1.00 and $1.50 ner Day,
AcconniNti to koom.
SPECIAL RATES BYTHE WEEK OS MONTH.
■or Parties supplied with nil kinds of
ICE-CREAM, dmyiml
T. A. MUIR & CO.
Chemists & Druggists,
Quii-i's Hotel Blook   ■   NswWeitmmth
A CHOICE LINE OP
Brushes,     Perfumes,
Combs,      SachetPowdrs
TOILET   ARTICLES.
Prescriptions and Family Recipes carefully dispensed from pure Drags.
Nlih t Bt II al tr Bitaiier. dapltc
SO oo.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
dwanUto
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating to
Real Estate. .
—AOBNT8 FOR—
london Assurance. Corporation.
Connecllcol lire Insurance Co. of
Hartford.
london snd Lancashire llio Assur*
snee Co.
Canton Iniursnee OBce, Id. (Marine)
qraoESi
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwMUyl
SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY.
Living bacteria, in considerable
numbers, may always be found in
snow, and they resist extreme oold,
TheCape Peninsula, South Africa,
in an area of 200 square miles, contains 1T50 species of plants, of which
102 nre orchids.
A ease of transmission of infection to an unborn ohild has occurred in Paris. A ohild born during
the convalesence of the mother from
pneumonia was affected with the
same malady, and died at the end of
fivo days.
After twenty months trial, Dr.
E. Houze, of the Hospital St. Jean,
Brussels, reports tannin the most
beneficial substance in consumption
he has known. After the first few
days, expectoration, sweats and
'cough diminish, and Ihe appetite
improves.
Prof. J. W. Mallett finds that
most alum baking powders are made
with alum, acid phosphate of calcium
bicarbonate of sodium, and starch;'
and he settles a disputed point by
showing thut not only alum but the
residues left by it its use in baking
powder must be unwholesome iu
bread.
The perfect combustion of coal
seems to have been effected by Mr.
Wm. Gibbs, of Essex, England. By
means of a fan and suitable openings, the exact quantity of air
neoessary is applied to the furnace-
ohainbers, and tho products of combustion issue as hot uir, free from
smoke or odor.
Still a Puzzle.—It is rather
surprising that we cannot yet positively answer the old question, Why
is the sky blue t Prof. Tyndall explained the color as due to the
smallness of the solid particles in
the air, whicli are thus able to
reflect only rays of short wavelength; but a later investigator,
Prof. Hartley, believes that the
mysterious ozone exorcises some influence on the rays, os a small quantity of ozone gavo a sky-blue in a
tube two feet long.
TlIEGliMIS op Cosshjiptios.—A
member of the London Epidemiological Sooiety states that the bacillus
of tuberculosis, or consumption, may
enter the body by inoculation
through a cut or wound; by means
of the genito-urinary mucous membrane; by tho product of conception,
und hy direct hereditary transmission; by tho mucous membrane 61 tho* £'
respiratory traot, and by the air-
cells of tho lungs, The danger from
swallowing the germs with the food
makes it vitally important to avoid
milk from tuberculous cows, and
possibly the flesh of tuberculous
cattle, fowls and other animals.
Missamed Fishes,—Prof. Moe-
bius has proved, as lately stated to
the Berlin Physiological Society,
that tho anatomical arrangements of
the flying fish's fins and muscles
make Sight impossible. The fish
simply shoots up out of the water
when frightened, and is oarried
along liy the wind. The buzzing of
the fins, which has been urged as
proof of real flight, is produced when
a strong current of the air strikes
the fins of even a dead fish, and the
rising over the crest of a wave or
the bulwarks of a ship is explained
by the ascending currents of air pro
duced whenever a strong horizontal
wind strikes an elevated object like
the wave or ship.
The Life of Man.—Human life
is estimated to have lengthened 25
per oent during the last half century.
"The average human life in Rome,
under Caesar, was 18 years," says
Dr. Todd, of Georgia, "now it is 40.
The average in France SO years ago
was 28, tho mean duration in 1887
was 45}. In Geneva during the
thirteenth century a generation
played its part upon the stage and
disappeared in 14 years; now the
drama requires 40 years before the
curtain fulls. During the golden
reign of good Queen Bess, in London
and ull the large cities of merry old
England, 50 out of every 1000 paid
the last debt to nature yearly, whioh
means, instead of three score and
ten, they average but one. Now,
in the oity of London, the average
il 47 years."
Ecu Production-of Fowls—Ac-
eording to a late papor by Mr. P.
L Simmonds, F.L.S., the standard
yield and weight of eggs for the
different varieties of domestic fowl
are approximately as given below:
Light Brahmas and partridge
Cochins, eggs 7 to the pound;
they lay 80 to 100 per annum, or
oven moro, according to treatment
and keeping. Dark Brahmas, 8 to
tbe pound, nud about 70 per annum.
Black, white, and buff Cochins, 8 to
the pound, 100 or less per annum.
Plymouth Books, 8 to the pound,
100 per annum. Houdans, 8 to the
pound, 150 per annum, La Fleche,
7 to the pound, 130 per annum.
Black Spanish, 7 to the pound, 1.10
por annum. Domintques, 9 to the
pound, 130 por annum. Game fowl,
9 to the pound, 130 per annum.
Creveooeurs, 7 to the pound, 150
per annum; Leghorns, 9 to the pound
150 to 200 per annum, Hamburgs,
9 to the pound, 175 per annum,
Polish, 9 to tho pound, 150 per
annum, 'Bantams, 16 to the pound,
60 per annum. Turkeys, 5 to the
pound, 30 to 60 per annum. Ducks,
5 to 6 to the pound, 14 to 28 per
annum. Geese, 4 to the pound, 20
per annum. Guinea fowls, 11 to
the pound, 60 per annum. The eggs
of the modem improved breeds of
fowls have gained one-third in
weight, u compared with eggi
formerly had,
OCEAN GREYHOUNDS
The Andersons are Raising the
Funds for the New Steamship
Without Difficulty.
Ten Sailors of the Wrecked Steamer
Alaskan Beached Port iu Safety Last Night.
Bishop, the Great Mind Reader,
was  Burled  at   New
York To-Day.
TUB  EAST LINE.
Ottawa, May 20.—Hon. Geo. E.
Foster, speaking to a reporter in
reference 10 the statement recently
oabled from England that the Andersons were experiencing difficulty
in raising capital for an Atlantic fast
steamship line, said: "I have not
heard anything whieh would lead me
to suspect thero is foundation in fact
for the report. So fsr si as I know
the Andersons are progressing fairly
well Ih their negotiations and hopo to
be able in a little while to definitely
announce tho formation of a company."
ciiasoes in management.
Montbeal, May 20,-Several important changes are announced in the
staff of the bank of Montreal. H. V.
Meredith, formerly asst. local manager, ia appointed local manager; E.
S. Olouston has heen appointed asst.
general manager, and A. MacNider
inspector and supt.- of agencios.
HOT WEAT1IEH.
The thermometer on Saturday afternoon registered 88*, the highest
reading in May for 15 years.
POLITICAL HUMOUS.
Ottawa, May 20.—Mr. Lewis H.
Tache, private secretary to Ihe Hon.
J. A. Chapleau, sbjs ho bas received
no intimation of the rumored removal
of that gentleman from the oflice of
secretary of state to that of minister
of railways and canals, Mr. Colby ,uc-
ceeding him.
TKA1N ACCIDENT.
Belleville, Ont., May 20.-A passenger train was run iuto from the
rear by a timber train on the Madoo
branoh of the Grand Trunk this morning. Seventeen passengers were injured, bat only two seriously. They
aro Ryan, a horse buyer of Montreal,
and Mrs. Fronch, of Huntingdon.
'drowned.
ToitoNio May 20.—Two buys, Geo
Moore and Fred Milligan, fell into the
Don river on Saturday while playing
on its banks, and Milligan, aged 9, was
drowned.
blood foisonino.
TonoNTo,May20.— W. H. May, a
ill-known Queen   street   druggist,
on from blood. poisoning.   He was
taken ill Thursday oveninv with what
appeared to be a sore throat.
A LIVELY CYCLONE.
Klocks Mills, Ont., May 20.—
During the storm yesterday afternoon
a cyclone .truck the crops of Rochester & Doherty on the Antoine creek,
twisting large trees off ut the roots and
causing the men to run in all directions.
One man had nn arm broken by a falling tree. Another wus hurt so badly
that he was taken to Msttawa hospital
this morning and may not recover.
A STREET TREACHER ELOPES.
Toronto, May 20.-John Morant,
a street preacher of some note in tbe
East End, has eloped with Mrs Dowell
one of his itinerant flock.
large tanks which surrounded the still
Fears however are expressed that the
flames will sproad. The still contains
several thousand barrels of crude oil.
It is not known how the flames originated.
ALMY MFC. CO. ASSIGN WITH  $200,000.
Philadalphia, May 18.—The Almy
Manufacturing Oompany, manufacturers of ladies fine olothes, has made a
general assignment. The mills are
among the largest in Kensington district, and employ about fuur hundred
hands.   Liabilities are $200,000.
STABBED HIS DAUGHTER,
Portland, Or., May 18.—Jas. Connolly, aged 70, duringa domestic quarrel with Mrs. Patrick Connelly, his
daughter-in-law, in East Portland,
this morning, pulled a knife and
stabbed her in the region of the heart.
The wound is considered fatal. Mrs.
Connolly is 23 yeara old.
FUNERAL OF THORNDYKE HICE.
New Yobe, May 18—The funeral
of Allen Tborndyke Rico took place
this morning. Among the pall besrers
were vice-president Morton, Walker
Blsine (representing the state department), Gen. Sherman,' Chaunoey M.
Depew ahd- W. W. Aster. Thero
were floral gifts from the President
and Mrs. Harrison and from Secretary
and Mrs. Blaine.
BRITISH PEERS
Declare that Women  Cannot be
Elected to Sit as Members of
County Councils.
Henri Rochefort Is Bound Over to
Keep the Peace for Assaulting Filotel.
Sir John's Visit to England on tbe
Behring Sea Question
is Denied.
BEATEN TO DEATH.
Toronto, May 20.—The wife of
Patrick O'Connor, wbo runs the Sher*
rr.an house, died from, the effects, it is
supposed, of a beating administered by
her husband several weeks ago.
TEN SAILORS SAVED.
Yaquina. Or., May 20.—A party
came from Alsea Bay last night and
reported that one of the boats from
the ill-fated Btrar. Alaskan came into
Cape Perpetua early yesterday morn*
ing with ten cf the wrecked sailors.
They report hav ins drifted near one of
the life rafts from the Alaskan with
2 dead men on her. The men are now
at Alsea und report no news of the
other boat, but gavo news to Capt.
Winant, of the atr. Mischief, of
their location and direction when last
seen. The Mischief at once put to
sea in search of them. The sailors
saved are in good condition, and strong
hopes are entertained that Captain
Winant will pick np the mining boat
which is supposed to contain 18 men.
UltS. CLEVELAND'S HOI'HRK.
Buffalo, May 20.- Mrs. Oscar Folsom, mother of Mrs. Grover Cleveland, will be married to-night at Jack
son, Mich , (o Henry E. Perrino, sec
retary of the Buffalo city Cemetery
Association.
THK MIND'READBlt's FUNEHAI*.
New York, Muy 20.—The funeral
services over tho reinaitia of the dead
n ii ml ■reader, Washington Irving Bishop, were solemnized this afternoon in
tho Grace Piotostntit Episc pal church.
There was a largo attendance. During the tiwrping tho face of the dead
mnn wus exposed tn view in the under*
taker's room. A large number of
friends took a last look al the remains
which wore subsequently removed to
the Hoffman house, where the mother
of the deceased, Mrs. Eteunor Fletcher
Bishop, is living, and from there to
the church. The face of the dead man
wore a peaceful and wonderfully lifo
like expression. The interment was
at Greenwood.
'FRISCO   CASUALTIES.
San Franoisco, May 18.—James
Downey, an iron worker employed on
tho new Chronicle building, fell from
the sixth story this morning, and was
killed.
Alfred B. Barker, master mechanic,
suicided by swallowing the contents of
a bottle of carbolic acid, this morning,
and ii dying in great agony. Family
dissensions uid to be the cause,
MORTON OFF FOB EUROPE,
New York, May 18.—Vioe-presi*
dent Morton and bis wife and daughter sailed for Europe on tho La Nor*
mandie to-day.
oil works on fire.
Brooklyn, May 18.—Shortly after
noon to-day a tire was discovered in
the huge still No. 10 of Pratt's immense oil works, at the foot of North
Tenth street, Williamsburg. Three
alarms were sent out, but up to 2
o'clock the firemen hid been able to
keep the flames from ipreading to the
CORRESPONDENCE.
A Beal Grievance.
Editor ConjMBiAN:--8ir, About the
first of April I applied fora fishing li-
eeni") to fish salmon on the Frasor Biver,
and laat mail I received a letter from Mr.
Mowat, aaying my application has been
rejected. Now, Mr. Editor, I fail to Bee
on what grounds Mr. Mowat refused to
grant me a license. I have been in this
country over 30 years, have been fishing
more or less 20 years of the time. Have
my nets and boats t*ot to lie and rot for the
want of a license? This is no fool of a
thing, Mr. Editor. Mr. Mowat will
grant licenses to foreigners that come in
here for the purpose of catching all the
fifm, and when they are played out will
pull np and leave the country and take
the proceeds with them. I see an article
In your paper stating that there is 100
licenses outside of cannery boats, and 44
or the number are taken. Now why did
Mr. Mowat refuse my application, as
there arc 50 licenses to be taken yet. If
Mr. Mowat will do me justice, he will
explain the thing better, and give me
more satisfaction. Now, Mr, Editor, excuse me for intruding on your valuable
space. R. C. Oarnkk,
Johnson's Lauding, May 13,1889.
'■ ' ■■•■*»♦■
Tbe Fliherj Ueeaie Qae-itlc-u.
Editor Co ixm bias. —What's all this
public meeting about to-morrow night, on
the fishery license question ? What will a
mob at a public meeting know about tbe
matter anyhow? Surely tho inspector can
look after tbe business better than people that don't know anything about it.
some people are making a lot of noise
about not getting licenses, bnt who are
they ? A good many are not fishermen at
all, bnt people who want to speculate on
fishing licenses. Men that have trades
of their own, .and have never fished in
the river before, want licenses, becauso
they think it is going to be a good year.
Then some men that are not regular fishermen, and do not live in tho country,
come here every four years, when there is
supposed to be a good run, and want to
make a haul, and then they leavo and
spend all their money out of the country.
Mr. Mowat has promised to do his best
to get licenses for all regular fishermen
who have boats and nets, and who have
been fishing on the rivor other seasons,
and 1 do not believe that any of these will
be left without licenses. I am in
favor of the new regulations about
licenses} they will pro-rent speculation,
and are in the interest of the real fishermen. Yours, Ac,
Scientific Fisherman.
Terrible Accident.
On Wednesday morning, tho 15th
inst., the steam mill of Mr. A. E.
Howse near the Nicola mines had juit
commenced work, the saw had just cut
through lome boards they were edging,
when it is supposed Mr. Hall came to
assist the tail sawyer to carry away a
load of edgings and having rode tor-
ward on the carriage muat have made
an attempt to step over tho lumber on
the carriage and set behind the saw,
but as he was in the act tho carriage
shot back past the saw and his foot
must have caught throwing him in
such a position that his right leg wai
severed below the knee and hii body
fell on the saw making a cut extending
from the knee through the fleshy part
uf the right leg in an angle acrou the
abdomen and chest, only ending at the
left shoulder where the law must have
caught his clothing and threw him
about sixteon feet on his side with his
face toward tbe saw. The only warning the sawyors had was hearing a
groan which drew the attention of the
tail sawyer, Mr. A. Ferguson, who
turned just to see his body on the saw.
Mr. Richardson, sawyer in charge,
heard the moan and the next instant
saw Hall's body fly past, The machinery was stopped and everything done
that could be by thoso present. It ii
not doubted that life was extinct whon
he left the saw as he only gasped nnd
all was over when he struck the ground.
A courier wss at once sent to Quilchena
aud Nicola Lake. Dr. Chipp left the
former place for the scene of the accident aaA arrived ihortly after but the
only assistance he could render was to
bandage up the terribly lacerated body,
a task that few present had the nerve
to assist him at. An inquest having
been asked for by the men at the mill,
the courier proceeded to notify Mr.
John Clapperton, coroner, who came
at once and empanneled a jury, who
rendered the following verdict: "That
having heard the evidence of witnesses
examined, we unanimously agree that
the deeeued Thos, Hall came to his
death by accidentally foiling upon the
mill saw while in motion."—Sentinel.
Friday was nomination day in central Winnipeg for the local house.
Hon. Col. McMillan, provincial treasurer, was elected by acclamation.
An epidemic of elopements ii re*
ported from Halifax. The foreman of
the leading contracting and building
establishment left the city, and a gov*
erneas in his employer's household
disappeared at the same time. A
truckman has disappeared with a servant girl and leaves a wife and family
of young children lo mourn his departure.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCastoria
ANOTHER cruel blow.
London, May 20.—In the houie of
lords to-day the Earl of Meath's proposal that women be allowed to sit as
members in county councils wu rejected by a vote of 128 to 23.
NO HOG CHOLERA.
London, Ont., May 20-Dominion
Inspector Cowan reports that there ii
no danger from hog cholera at Tilbury west, and that the only cues
are very light, the result of hut year'i
epidemic.
BOCUEORT MUST BE PEACEABLE.
London, May 20.~~Honn Rochefort was arraigned this morning nt the
Vine street police court, oharged with
aasHultint* the artist Pilotel, on Saturday, on Regent street. The magistrate
bound Rochefort in the sum of £160
to keep tho peace for six monthi.
NO TRUTH IN IT.
Ottawa, May 20.—Mr. Joseph
Page, private secretary to Sir John A.
MacDonald, ipeaking to a reporter of
tho report that Sir John intends to
visit England in reference to the Behring Sea question shortly, laid that
there were positively no foundation for
suoh a report. Sir John might he uid
go to England iu the fall.
FRENCH NOTES.
Paris, May 18.—Felix Pyatt, well
known radical member of the chamber
of deputies, is seriously ill. and it hii
advanced age great doubt is felt of hii
recovery.
The express train from Boulogne.
filled with viaitors for the exposition,
including a number of Americans, ran
off the track in a tunnel. No one was
killed, but there wu a groat panio. It
took two hours to extricate the train.
THEVALKYBE   WILL ENTEB.
New Yobk, M*y 16.—The yacht
club hu received a letter from Lord
Dunraven, acceding ta and agreeing
with all the requirements regarding '
the America cup race, sure that he
wants the races started at a given
hour, and not in the discretion of the
committeo. -
SAMOA 1-ENSION CLAWS, ,
Washington, May 10.-• Applications for pensioni are beginning to
come in at the pension oflice aud
widows and dependent relatives of tbe
officers and mon who lost their lives en
the recent naval disaster at Samoa.
The widow of Captain Schoonmaker
filed her claim a few days ago, and it
has been submitted to tho proper division for Allowance. Her penitor
will amount to 830 per m--nth. Today a colored wmnaii, whose ion >-as-
employed on onu of the vesieh-- ap*
peat-ed at the pnniion oilice and filed
her claim for a pension.
THB SIOUX WON'T SIGN,
Minneapolis, May 16. —A Tribune's
Standing Rock agency special uys;
Recent Washington dispatches from
prominent men connected with Indian
affairs indicate that Gen. Crook and
othor commissioners will meet with
trouble in the negotiation of a treaty.
In speaking for this igeno/, and it n
the most important in the Sioux commission problem, it is safe to say that
the commissioner! will meet with
much that will try their recognized
ability. Red Cloud's Indians will receive 928,200 for 705 ponies taken
when all the Sioux were disarmed after
the Custer massacre. The Indians on
the agency lost 3.700 horses, and the
Cheyennes, 3,200, for the payment of
which there is no appropriation nor
any evidence of one being made in the
future. The Indiana on the agency
well understand this fact, snd when the
commissioners uk them to sign a
treaty for the reservation they will uk
the government for the ume justice
thst Red Cloud got. This being denied, it is almost certain a flit refusal
to sign any treaty will be given.
New Metlakahtla.
Intelligence from New Metlakahtla,
received from persons recently there,
states that great progreu li being
made by the settlement. The village
numbers between 700 and 800 Indians.
Two large school-houses, a church and
a sawmill have been established, and a
cinnery is projected. The Indians
were very successful in securing heavy
catches of oolachans in the rivers near
the new location, and are now preparing to take and ult salmon. Mr. Dun*
can is highly pleased with the progreu
of the mission, and speaks in unqualified terms of the kind treatment he hu
received at the hands of the American
go v er n in en t,—Colonist.
The llt-Fated Sieamer.
The Alaskan, which foundered off
Capo Blanco on the 13th March, wu
built in 1883 at Cheater, Pa., by John
Roach & Son, for the Oregon Railway
and Navigation Oompany. She wai
launched August 7 of that yoar, but
did not start for her destination for
some months. Sho arrived in Portland, after having made a good passage
around the Horn, April 6,1884. Her
hull was of steel and iron. The dimensions wero: Length, 275 feet; beam
39.0 feet; depth, 14.5 feet; grou ton-
age, 1,717.65; net, 1,260.03. Accord*
mg to the impecton' certificate ihe
hsd fifty-four staterooms, 108 berths,
and wu allowed to carry 300. passengers. The full crew consisted of a
Muter, pilot, two mates, two engineers
and thirty men. Throughout she had
iron bulkheads. The machinery consisted of a low pressure engine 73
inches in diameter and 19 feet stroke,
four boilers 12£ feet long and 13 feet
in diameter, made of iteel and allowed
to carry 50 poundi of iteem to the
square inoh. Of life-saving apparatus
the Alaskan had fourteen life-boats
four life rafts, four metal life-boats and
life preservers. She wu furnished with a Gates steering appliance. THE   DAILY   COLUMBIAN
PT-m-WUKD
Every inrrniitm except Sundaf,
BI THU
J__Z\BlNN_m_D'X'       -B-HOT-HC-H1-BS,
At Ihnlr hibhiii   1-rlntlu-f  EsUbllsti*
u-fr.i, Columbia Street.
»Y    MAJl-i „
fur 12 mon th*. *] ^
Mir t. mi.nll.- i £
*.--,- h t.is.nlli-. *• ^
UKI.IVKKKM IN THS CITY:
Kor |2 , ,ll)h  ..$10 IV,
y.,r aiiitiiitii-*    'S2ft
.;-*rm.mt:' •;/,;■.;;:;;'..:: '."  2S
I'ttyiMHii tii-ll   :<"(v |'i fnr weekly
fiiiHtjO tm ui-i-iB tu ailvaiicti.
•/VEEKLY COLUMBIAN
I t.'hry HwliieMlaf UornlitK.
id in tlie City, j»*r year **■«)
 1.25
.•li'tf, per yenr %•$
il'wf.iunoiitliK, ..<
Jiiito .flritish *£oinmbian
Monday BveBtaR, Moy -»• »*•*•'•
A foiiture of Uio building operations in the city this season has been
the liirg-j numbor of residence buildings   undertaken and in course of
construction in till parts of the eity,
some of  tbem of  a superior class.
Tho indications are that increased
energy will be displayed in this class
of  building operations throughout
tho year, as, owing to tho steady increaso of population, the demand for
houses is good, and new ones do not
long   remain   vacant.      With   the
splendid  prospects  opening before
tlio city in overy direction, there is
every encouragement for, und n certainty of, far moro extensive building operations, business ns well as
residential, being   carried   on   this
year   than    ever   beforo.     There
has  not been much activity so far
this season in the erection of business blocks ou the principal streets,
although there  is some demand for
these; but there are indications that
such operations will not bo much
longer postponed.   Some of our own
citizens hnve displayed u backwardness  and lack of enterprise in this
mattor that is hardly warranted by
the circumstances, while we are glnd
to be able to give others credit- for
keeping  better  up with the spirit
and   necessities of  the times.    It
must be quite apparent to anyone
acquainted with the circumstances
and   immediate  prospects of   this
city, that the next few months will
witness a considerable increase in
our population and a very appreciable impetus to all departments of
business.   To demonstrate tho reasonableness of this expectation it is
only necessary to glance at the railway and milling enterprises that are
boing so energetically pushed in our
vicinity, at the fishing industry, that
promises lurgo things this year, and
at tho extensive civic and government works and improvements that
are  014 the cards for tho present
season.    Such being  the  circumstances and certain prospect;- of tho
city, those who have sufficient foresight  and  enterpriso to erect substantial business blocks without delay will find themselves amply and
speedily rewarded.
The capacity of the mills in British
Columbia   was   200,000,000   feet.
Their  market was wholly foreign
(which   is not wholly tho truth).
Thoro could be no further reduction
in the price of lumber on this coast
except at tbe expense of the laborer.
British   Columbia lumber was sold
in the San Francisco market at §14
at  a profit.   This was duo to the
paternal tendencies of the Dominion
government.   In  one year British
Oolumbia could increase tho capacity
to   supply the  American   market.
The three factors in favor of British
Oolumbia   manufactures  wore:
Cheaper lands, cheaper labor, the
leasing of  lands by the Dominion
government,   aud    possibly   lower
freight.   If the barrier against British   Columbia  was  thrown  down
American lumberman would have
to go out of the business.    In his
testimony Mr. Herrick said further
that there was an overproduction of
lumber.     Tho   mills   (presumably
tho American mills) wero running
only seventeen days a month,'lumber being sold by tbe cargo at cost.
Tbo   capacity of   British Columbia
mills was 200,000,000 feet yearly.
With the duty oil' lumber British
Columbia could within a year supply all tho American demand.   Tho
lands west of the Cascade mountains
in Washington territory are valued
chiefly for lumber and coal.   There
is littlo real agricultural land in that
section.   The timber settlements of
tho Northwest aro important factors
in developing tho country, and tbe
cities of tho Fuget sound region are
chiefly dependent upon the lumber
interest.   Touching on the subject
of labor, be said in British Oolumbia
Chinese labor was chiefly employed,
which we may, unqualifiedly, state
is not so, either  in  relation to tlie
lumber industry or any other.   A
good many Chinese are, of course,
employed in the canneries, but more
whites  and Indians are employed
even   there.   Mr. Herriclc   denied
that there was anything in the nature   of  a combine or trust among
American lumbermen, though such
concert of action ho thought might
be necessary should  the Canadian
duty bo abolished.   The flat condition of tho market now was due to
the boom at certain points on this
co:ist two years ago,    Details of the
salmon-conning businoss were given
by E. B. Beck, wbo is interested in
a number or canneries on tbo Oolumbia  river and in Alaska.   British
Columbia canneries during the past
five years had turned out 800,000
cases   of   salmon,  whilo American
canneries   hud    packed   4,200,000
cases.   There would, in his opinion,
bo no udvuntago to tho canneries of
reciprocity with Canada.
IV.'   NEW WESTMINSTER
Real Estate and Financial Agency
RICHARDS, HAYWOOD & MACKINTOSH,
Conveyancers tt Notaries Public.
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES &
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
-p. o.  33-.B  21-**-.
•*rolo*p-h.3*o.o STo. €1.
Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms easy.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
Money to Loan.
WE DO NOT SPEOULM'E OURSELVES, but givo our oos-
turners tlio benoKt uf nil our special bargains.
COLONIAL HOTEL BUILDING,
-OFFICES:	
233 CORDOVA 8T.
61 YATE8 3T,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
VANCOUVER.
VICTORIA.
Queen's Hotel
COR. COLUMBIA & CLEMENT STS.,
"I^Te-vy* "^TestKai-aster, *B.
C.
British and Canadian enterprise
and success in subsidizing steamship and transportation lines is stirring up our American neighbors to
pursue the same policy. The time
has come, in the opinion of President
Smith, of the New York stock exchange, and in the opinion of many
patriotic Americans, says nn exchange, to roturn to tho policy of subsidizing American steamship lines,
The writer continues ; The old prejudice against subsidies is rapidly disappearing, and it is not impossible
that under a carefully guarded system of subsidies American steamships will in the near future be carrying the product of our mills and
factories to .South America, to Abia
and to Australia. By tho persistent
employment of thinly-veiled subsidies, Great Britain has built up a
merchant marine unparalleled in history. France has made use of the
same system, and under its intelligent
use by the imperial government German commerce is making tremendous
strides. For years tho stupid prejudice against subsidies has kept the
United States in the rear in the race
for the carrying trade of the world,
and unless n change is made in our
policy in this respect tho time will
soon come when the Amerijan Hag
will be a thing unknown in foreign
waters. We have subsidized railroads with money and with land.
We havo virtually subsidized our
manufacturing industries through
the workings of tho protective tariff.
We havo subsidized interior steamboat Hues, and even stage-coach
lines, through lucrative mail contracts. DuriiiL* all the time that we
have keen building up our internal
commerce, however, wo have permitted our foreign commerce to drift,
und it hus all but drifted upon the
rocks.   It is time for a change.
-lr-1> printiiu'<-( all kinda neatly done
at the ■.;<.■ lumbian oilier. Prices will be
found nu low ua ai iinv other officii in
1I10 province —Adv
Children Cry ior Pitcher's Castoria
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
CARTER'S
Temple of Music!
Is (lie 1-lnpo (0 Duy Flrst-Class
PIANOS**»ORGANS
At Mich l'rlces ami Terms ns will Suit
Any Itcasouitblu Uuyr.
Kor prices antl terms, apply to CAR-
■reit'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC,
Vancouver, It. C.
2:11 Iliuilnss si, west, ilnploto
THE QUEEN'S IS A FINE BRIOK HOTEL, FINISHED IN
tho best style and fitted with all modern conveniences, having
bath rooms and closets on every floor. It 1ms lately been elegantly furnished throughout, and the appointments are complete in overy way.
Tho cuisine, under tho charge of a first-class whito clief, is a specialty,
and the best of everything will always be found on the table.
Tho Queen's is intended to be a superior house in every respect, and
we hope, by caro nnd attention to the comfort and wants of guests, to
win their appreciation.
Tori-asi, $2.00 to $3.00 per Day.
MILLER & CO., Proprietors.
Time Table!
j-ggaBs. THE STEAMER
r^SROBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER for NANAI*
mo direct .overy Wniii*».iliiy nt7n.ni.
Loaven Nanaimo lor Comox overy Thursday-it"" a, m, lU'iurns to Nannlmo on
Friday.
Leaven Nanaimo tor Westminster every
s-it-inlny-il7i,. m.
LEAVES WESTMINSTER for NANAI*
nib every trtuntlny at 7 n. in., touchlm*:
iu Vnncouvor and all Intermediate porta,
Rptiii'i.1* to Westminster Monday,
For i-Yeinlit nml Passenger Rates apply
14 n
EnUCATION BltANCll OK TI1R
Provincial Secretary'!- Dep't,
Victoria, May 7th, 18811.
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tlio Annual Examination nf c-nmlt*
•lates (or cortttleatPH of qualification to
tctieli in the Public Schools ut the Prov*
Ince will he held 0* follows, coin iiieiidun-
on Monday. July Mb, at 10 a. ra.:
In Victoria Legislative Hall.
In Kamloop<-...PublioSchi)Ol HuiUtiig,
Each applicant must forward a notice,
thirty days beforo Mm Examination, station the clam and (-rude of certificate for
wliich he vill i'c n ■ mdidate, and the
pluce nt whleli lio will attend,
8. D. POPE,
dmyHiii.t Siipi-rihtuid' itn,' Education]
111
MerchantTailors
AHE SHOWING A
CLOTHS
For Spring Hummer Wear
Cood-fittine*, Stylish
Garments
AT 11EASONABLE PRICES.
Extra Fine Line of Trousering.
dmhlyl
Somo journals in this province
... havo put forward tho nrgument that,
f: were reciprocity established between
Canada and the United States, this
provinco would suffer by the change,
as it would liavo little or nothing to
export, while, on the  other hand,
our own mursets would bo Hooded
by cortain American products.   We
have always held the contrary, and
that free trade between Canada and
the Statos would per sc be a good
thing for  British  Oolumbia.    So
evidently  think  the U.S. senato
committee, at  present continuing
their, investigations into the relations
of the Paoific coast with Canada,
with a view to a possible relaxation
or abolishing of trade restrictions
between tho two countries. In fact,
the senate committee have concluded
that the advantage would be nearly
all on our side, that we would have,
in vulgar parlance, a "soft thing."
Edward M.   Herrick, representing
the Paoilio Pine Lumber Company,
testified  before  the committee at i
San Francisco that lumber was being
■old by the cargo at lesa than cost, |
THE ANNUAL CAMP-MEETINO ON
tlie Sumns mul Cliilllwiick circuit, In
eonneetlon with the Methodist Church,
will 'D. V.) bo opened on
Thursday, 23rd May
Aud will continue for about one weelt,
Severol Christian Workers, ammiK others, (Jen. Superintendent Carman, will be
present.
Porsons wishing to secure tents shoutd
apply to 0. W. (jiiudM-y, Sumas P. O.
Steamboats from New West minster
to Chilliwhack every day except Sunday.
Persons visiting the Camp-meeting, by
paying at Westminster, will get the round
trip for oue fare on all lhe steamers.
Good hoard on the grounds nt reason*
able cost. G. W. CHADSEY, Sec.
T.W.H ALL, Supt.
dmylSta
Now Landing
Ex'
'GITANA" and other Arrivals
from Great Britain.
100 tons Pig Iron.
25,000 Fire Bricks.
300 casks  Portland
Cement.
KIRKIIAMOn PIANOFORTES
[A Choice Assortment].
Curtis & Harvey's Sporting and
Blasting Powder.
J. & W.Stuart's Patent Double
knotted Nettingjwines.&c.
ROBT.WARD&CO.
Wharf Street, Victoria, B. C.
dmylRlll
PI02HSBZI
HARDWARE
msracmMWMasi
ESTABLISHED 18 2.
Jas, Cunningham
COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMIN8TER, B. 0,
IMPORTER OP
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass.
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANDPACTOBBR OP
^TIN&SHEET-IRONWARE.
CONTBACTS FOR
Ir«ti Cornice Work, Oan-nUIn-,
Plnmblng, BooBni,-,**.
TENDERS
Stone & Brick Work.
TENDERS ARE INVITED BY THE
undersigned up to 0 p. in. on Tiu-vtay
llie SIM Inst., (or the excavation and
masonry foundations of a Residence on
ijnoen's Avenue for Mr. H. V. Edmonds.
Plans and specifications nt my oilice
The lowestor nny tender not necessarily
accepted.
G. W. GHANT,
Architect.
Now West., May IU, 1880.      dmylQU
C. BYRNES,  - AUOTIOHEEB.
AUCTION.
Farm Lands, Mud Bay.
TUESDAY, Slst MAY, 12 Noon.
DY ORDER OP THE MORTGAGEE, I
D will sell, at my Salesroom, Fort and
Oinglcy street)!. Victoria,
171   AORBS
(Except half-acre granted for school), be*
Ing the fractional north half of Hrrllon 11
(Eleven), Townslilp 5 (Five), New Westminster District*.
Title, Crown Grant, $1,000 of tho purchase money can remain on mortgage ut
8 per cent, per annum.
Full partlcularK can ho obtained from
J. J. Elwood, semiahmoo or Boundary
Bay, and E. M. Johnson, ft)Government
Street, Victoria, or tho Auctioneer.
Q. BYRNES,
dmyWtd Auctioneer,
Port Kells
This Fine Townsito, at tlio Frosli-Woter
Junction of tho
Southern Railw'y
GROCERIES
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Oanadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
A. DesBRISAY, Cor.
daplOto
Columbia & Blackie Sts.
Buggies i   BUGGIES1
JUST RECEIVED,
A CARLOAD OF
Pell, RiceCoil-spring iMcLaughlan
■mj ma-ma
Mil
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
|ti;r The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia/^!!
,!„,*    iFLeitd. tfis OTL-Lr-ri©.
1) Miles Above Wfslml*»I«r,
Has juat licen Surveyed, anil tlio Lots
are for sale liy
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
 AND	
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Of Nsw Wesimisstrh, B, C.
Ths a-vatltap.es and prospects ol this
Plot for a future thriving Town am
maay.
The Laud in ths vicinity is good.
Thero are inexhaustible IRON ORE
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, immediately adjacent, as well as vast strata of
tteanestfiUILblNO SAND and POTTERY CLAY.
On the Townsite are a number of velu-
able MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication by land and water Is
unequalled, by reason ol the location of
the Townsite on the Fraser River and
the Southern Railway, while the natural
elevation and lay ol the land can not be
excelled as a situation lor a fine town.
The ground Is open and clear ol heavy
timber.
The site hu been selected as one of
the most Imnortant stations on the
Southern Railway, and with the completion ol the road, in tho near future,
must, with all Its other advantage,,
spring Into prominence at once.
Thoso who apply ssrly will have the
pick ol the Lots.
A clear title given with overy purchase.
Parties wishing Lots can apply as well,
on the premises, to
HENRY KELL8,
dmyHto Paorw*nu«,
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 j
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and'
low prices do the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
Granville & Water Sts,, Van ouver
TIU3 SPACE IIELONOS TO
H. T. READ & CO.,
UARDWARE MEUCHANTS.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine Shop
Front St., New Westmlnater, B. C.
3xtzjkii_rJk-S-xs3_t.
1CJ_J_"_-B__0_Z,UBBBB   OB
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY,
A»;i:l( 11 Tl I!AI. & ALL HINDS OF -.U'lIIIMiKY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH HEATHS! AHD DISPATCH.
P. S.—All onlera from tliu ttp|)iT country promptly attended to.
■IwnoliuU
Get Our Prices and See the Goods.   One Car of these Plows to
Arrive about the 20th inst.
F,G. Strickland * Co.
WEBSTER'S BUILDINC!, FRONT BTREET, WESTMINSTER,
dwnollo
BRITISH COLUMBIA IAT »MET:
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
VAN VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PURVEYORS IN GENERAL. FRESH AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
-"-Special lines quoted for the shipping trade.   Family orders strictly attended
to,   Hotels will And it to their intorest to place their orders with tho above firm.
dMnoly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBACH,
rauooEsgons to w. n. townsend]
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Dams, Bacon* Sausage, Bolognas- Etc
dnolyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
The Oomjiibian Piustiso Establibhubst hat fint-olm taolltles foi
all kinds of Oommor-iai Printing. . Bill Heads Letter Head*, Circulars,
Cardi, Envelopes, Blank Foimiof eveiy dewriptlon, Potters, Dodgers,
Prioe LlttS, Ao.   Prices will bo found as low as at any other offic* -.here
first-class work is done.
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, Sow Westminster.
NewWestminster MillsWoolen &oods
EXTRA FAS
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS Sail kinflsof Woolen Koodsj
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
i$3r The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills.   Patronize Home ]
Industry. dmhjotc
Douglas & Deighton,
MAHUFACnnS AHD IM1EHS OF
HARNESS SADDLES and BRIDLES1
-wh:i*ps,
SADDLEWARE, ETO.
Colonial Block, i
Columbia Street,      New Westminster, B. C.
SEND IN YOUR ORDEUS.   ALL WOilK OF THK BEST MATERIAL ANO
WORKMANSHIl'.   PRICES LOW.
noldwly
ROYAL CITY
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
MAt-UFAOn'REnS ASD DEALERS IN
11
Shingle--- Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES. NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
_t___-2Z> J_X__  KINDS  OB1
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows,
Monldin-fs. Balusters,
Blinds. Brackets.
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AHD FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK
nolMwly r
MAKING FIRE-WORKS.
Tho Process Desoribed by an Argus- Eyed Correspondent
low Rotm-m Candles Are C-*<ii*'tru**ted-
flailoons of Various Shapes and sues—
Catherine Wheels and Other
Grotesque Devices.
It would scorn to many tbat tho raanufnet-
iro of lire-works lfl a simple and easy mater, writes a correspondent of tbe Albany
irgus. But as no machinery of any kind ia
iscd tbo manual work necessary makes it
ni.iL'b moro laborious than where all tho
irocess is porformed by perfected machin-
>ry. A knowlodgo of tho laws of chemistry
s also essential ln ordor to give tho
•oador some idea of the process let u j select
ho Roman caudlo as tho most ordinary of
ire-works, and follow it in its journey from
room to room and from building to building.
The lirst department, wc enter is that
tvhero the cases aro made. This is done in
.ho following manner: Cartridge paper is
■ut into tbu length and size required and
laid on a marble slab, whero pasto is spread
>ver ono sido. card being taken that the
[tasto does not got on tho sido touching tho
••oiler round which the' paper is theu
wrapped, for it tho roller is wet it will tear
tbo paper in drawing it out. This roller is
:>1' brass or wood and tbo caso comos off it
looking as though it had boon made from
paper of ono thickness, although overy boy
who has dissected a Roman caudlo knows
lo tho contrary. After this operation ono
Dnd of the caso is closed. An oupert workman can make from fifteen hundred
to threo thousand a day of these, according to size. After rolling tho cases are
placed on shelves nnd sont to tno drying room
to be thoroughly dried, in this same department Is a machine for trimming oft tbo
rough ends bo that tho possibility of any ao*
cldont happening from unnecessary friction
is lessened. Theso cases beside being used
for tilling havo also various other purposes,
auch as mailing, oto. While tho Roman
.•audio is progressing thus far on tho journoy lot us peep in at tho laboratory door,
whero chemicals are being mixed. Tho
peribrmnncoof the principal partof fireworks depends muoh on the composition
boing very fine and well mixed; therefore
great care Is taken in this part of tho work
nnd particularly for tho composition of sky
rockets and also in all fixed works from
whtch tbo flro plays regularly. Tho chemical mixtures aro then distributed to tho
workmen, who in turn tako thom to tho
moulding room, where, with littlo manipula*
tiou-thcy aro placed in moulds and mado into
"stars-'or"ballB,'a8 thoy aro moro commonly termed. Theso aro all colored, f ov tho palo
white lights havo given placo of lato years
to thoso of beautiful tints. The color of tho
stars seen in this department would deceivo
ono as to that whtch thoy display when tired.
Tbo green produco a blue light and the bluo
turn to green. White is made from red
stars, red from gray, and so on until every
solor of tho rainbow is catalogued.
It ib at this point whore we meet the caso
again ready for tho reception of tho chemicals thus prepared. This is called tho
charging department. Before the work
man is a framo capable of holding twelve
cases upright, whicli ho places ln position,
having first ascertained that tho insidos aro
entirely froe by passing a rod through
thom. This precaution is nocessary becauso any obstruction would causo tho pioco
to miss flro. Ou ouo side ot him, in separate compartments, nro clay, composition,
powder and stars of various colors, and on
Llio other a mallet ot couBldcrabio vvoight
and several rammors of different lengths,
tho longest being about tho same size as tho
caso ho Ib to fill. Taking in bis hand an instrument consisting of twelve small Bcoops,
connected in a lino and exactly tho samo
distanco apart as aro tbe cases on tho framo,
ho Alls thom with clay and skillfully
empties thorn into theso cases. Tho samo
is dono wtth tho powder, the composition
(which is used us a wad) and the stars. All
thoso bo then packs down by moans of tho
longest ramrod, Repeating the same proo*
osb again and again, except tho clay is
omitted, ho'uses a shorter rod each time
until tbe case is fully charged, and pours in'
at tho ond moro clay, as this material guar-
fantees safe handling and packing and protects the oxplostvos inside. The fuso is
then inserted and lastly the outsido colored
paper is wrapped around for beautifying
tho-Roman caudlo thus made, Tho wholo
I operation described hero n'3o applies to
I rockets.
Firo-crockers como from China, where
I tho country peoplo manufacture them ns a
r pastime, as tho Germans do toys. They
I aro imported in boxes similar to tea cheats,
I tho hieroglyphics on thom ropresentiug nd-
I vortlBements of different flrmB, nnd thoy
I aro used as ballast for tho ships thnt bring
f thom ovor. An idea may bo obtained of tlio
I, uttor Impossibility of competition when ono
I is informod that it costs but two cents to
I mako a pack of fire-crackers thore. Tho
I Chinoso woro acquainted, as wo all know,
I with tho uses of gun-powdor long boforo Its
I introduction into Europe in tho thirteenth
century, and tbo peasants havo boen for so
I many generations adopt inthe art of mak-
[ ing 'flro-orncliors that it has become, wo
| might say, second nature. Of course, in
I the flro-works, whoro a thorough undor-
J standing of tho mysteries of chemical
I action and artistic skill aro required, thoso
1 manufactured in Brooklyn are a fair
, samplo of the higner excellence of American
productions. But when neither of thoso
qualities is requisite wo ore entirely out of
i tho field.
Balloons of various sizes and shapes are
also made here. Passing through this department a predominance of tho fair box
nmong tho hands is noticeable, whtch is ae*
counted for by their superior deftness.
qutokneBB and accuracy in cutting and
pasting. The devices in use for balloons
' aro very amusing, often grotesque,
representing figures of almost overy
animal, from the elephant to the frog,
and also several fishes, somo gigantic
in size, It looks ludicrous to seo a huge
wbalo or a mammoth pig riso ln tho atr and
grucofully float away. But the most striking of all soon in this department are tlio
imported Japaneso bomb-sholls, What
makes them still moro wonderful is thoir
insignificant appearance beforo being ilred,
appearing to bo about tho size ot a baseball, but muoh lighter In weight, When
thrown from the mortar, however, to a con*
Bidorablo hoight, they suddenly burst, and,
amid a shower ot falling stars, a largo,
beautiful figure, mado of Japaneso paper,
sails far away. The effect Is brilliant and
unique. Another interesting thing of tbls
kind is the bomb-shell upon which the company prides itself. It consists ot shells
made of different sizes, sons to fit one In*
side tho othor and to contain colored stars.
As the wholo affair flies upward, one after
another of these shells bursts ud produces
a long train ot variegated stars, which, In
turn, shoot off and burst until tbo ontiro
hoavons Ib illuminated.
Besides thoso already mentioned, thore
aro many other forms of flro-works, such
ns Catharine wheels, tourbilllons, girandoles, pastlloB and a variety of the rotating
and ascending kind that produce the most
pleasing sconic effects,
l!aoary*lllrd Culture
The breeding of canary birds is a common occupation among the Hartz Mount*
atnB, and a ready market is found for thom
in tho cityof Goslar, an aristocratic place of
80,000 Inhabitants, where somo of the deceasod rulers of Prussia Uo buried. Tho
birds generally sell at prices ranging from
a few dollars to IfiO; but there is one variety, exceptionally fine singers, which frequently bring (100. This bird serves tho
purposes of a teaoher to the others ln the
matter ot singing, and Is therefore eagerly
Sought after. Recently a dealer in canary
birds from the Harts Mountains loaded in
Kew York, bringing with him upward ot
3,000 beautiful songsters. It was hiB inten-1
tlon to dispose of thom In the large cities
Bow Coffee Is Cured.
Most of our coffee comes from Brazil.
Tho grains are insldo of a berry tho stzo of
a cherry. In Java, after tho grains havo
been removed, they aro placed in a shed,
where tho wind dries and cures tbo plant.
When It is ready for market thoooffeo is
brought to fto sbippiPg ports on mules,
Streets and Park Debenture By-Law.
A By-Law to raise by Loan the
sum ot $85,000 for Street ana
Park Improvements.
WHEREAS IT IS EXPEDIENT
that tho council of the city of New
Westminster Bhould provido for tho improvement of certain streets in snid city,
and of Queen's Park,   !
Akd whereas it will be neccnuary, in-
order to effect said improvements, to is-
uue debentures of the said city for a sum
of money not exceeding $85,000.
Ann whereas for the paymnnt (if in*
tercet and creating a sinking fund for
payment of sulil debentures it will he
necessary to rainc tho sum of $6,050 annually by special rate iu each year.
And wheheah the amount of tho whole
rateable property of tho said oity, according to the laat revised assessment roll, is
the sum of $2,540,245.
Amd wheheas tho total amount of the
existing debt of tho 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 la to be submitted to a vote
of tho electors of the city concurrently
with this by-law.
And whereas, for tho purpose of raising tho said yearly sum cf $5,950 an annual special rate of 2 2-flth mills in llie
dollar will be required.
Therefore, tho Mayor and Aldermen
of tlie dry of New Westminster, in oouncil assembled, enact as follows:
1, It shall be luwfnl for tho tmiynr of
the stvd cily to raiHo by way ot loan
from any pcrnon or pontoni*, holly or
bodies corporate, who ipiiy.be wllllngto
ndvanco tho same upon the credit of ihe
debentures hereinafter mentioned a r-mn
of monev not exceeding In the * bole the
mnn of 985.000.
2. It shall be lawful for the said innynr
to cause any number of di-bontures to be
made for sueh Kums of money as mny bo
required, but not for less than $100 eaeh,
such debentures to bo sealed with the
seal of the corporation, signed by the
mayor and countersigned by tho tress*
urorof the said city.
a. Thesaid debentures shall be made
payable In fifty years at furthest from the
day on which this by-law takes eflecl,
cither In -sterling money of Great Britain
orln currency of thla province or the
country wheie the same mny respectively
bemade payable,whleh maybe In any
Elaco or places authorized by law us may
o ngrcod upon between the purchaser or
t-urchftsers thereof and tho mayor, und
he said debentures shall have attached
to tbem coupons for the payment of Interest.
-I. The said debenturea Bhall bear interest at the rate of live per centum per an.
num from the dato thereof, whleh interest
shall bo payable half-yearly on the first
days of January and July tn each und
every year.
5. For tbe purposo of forming n sinking
fund for tbo payment of the unto Jebeh-
turcsand tbe Interest therein an equal
annual speolnl rate of 2 und 2 fit h mills In
the dollar shall bo levied imd collected,
In addition to all other rates, lu euch yenr
upon all the rateable properly in tht- suid
city during the currency of the said debentures or any of them.
0. All moneys arising from tho said rate
beyond tho amount required fori Ik- nuy-
inent of Interest upon the aaid debeniuivs
may bo Invested In each year ns the council ot tho satd corporation may direct, for
the purpose of (-renting a -linking fund for
the redemption of thesaid debentures us
they respectively become due, withont
prejudice lo nny of tho powers conferred
upon the snld council by the net of Incorporation.
7. The proceeds of tin* debentures Issued
and sold under am horny of this by-law
shnll ho applied lo Improvements on
Queen's Fail, and the street*- heivlunftrr
mentioned, and, lis nearly in Mio proportion following!.-- may to thu said council
Rcem expedient, that Is to sny-Queen's
Pnrk-SHi.ii'H); Columbia street, ||,0Ubi Provost, Dallas and Carnarvon streets, 90XT,
Agnes Btri'nt,$'i,'ri0ii; Kiiynl avenue. ".1,000;
Queen's avenuo, jll,WH); I'ellitiiri t-diret,
$3,600; Montr-nl street, $8,000! Melbourne
stroot, SW-W); Leopold I'lncc, golH); park
tane,$l,600i Clinton street, SJOOOj bt. Rat
rlott htreet, 11,003; Clement. Rireet' W;GO0{
st. Georgo Htreet, jLflOQj Mnry street,81,OOOj
Ht. John Htreet, $1,000; Douglas street,
15,000; Halifax street, K51j Ht. Andrew'*-
and Kllli'e streets, ftl.OOi); Fori fit fluent red.
(2,700; Edinburgh street, 62-600; I.nnd-m
street.frl-OOO: Hlaeklestreel.-'.ilH}; Merlvalo
street. WOO; Blackwood utio-t, 3Wfl; Mo
K'-nglp street, I'xtindlnu' nnd making,
17-6001 streets In Ht,. Andrew's -square, fi-WOi
Ht. Oeorgi's square, (9001 Kl. I'liti-lck's
square, £1,000; sidewalks and f-oneral
slreet repairs, (8,060! provided that outuf
tho said sum of 815,000 set apart for
the Improvement of Queen's Park there
shall bo paid Into the city treasury to the
credit uf the general account the sum of
$1,001, being llio amount nlrcedv expended
out of the general revenue for Park im*
imivetiH-.it h; provided also that If there*
qulreiiienls of nny of tho streets nbovo
muntion'dshould be found i.iholi-rNi.r
greater thnu Hie sum apportioned th-.'i
sued, llie-aid sum mny be Inerease.l ■"
diminish-',-, as in the clroumHtnniei. •
seem to the council expedient,am, i -
surplus, If any, remaining out of Mini ■*■•
proprlittlnns above sot ont, after si.id
Itroctfl have beou completed, may b>* applied u> other works of permanent improvement no' specified bor<;lu,at the
iHKerd lou of Mit? counoil,
tt, This by-law shall tako clli-ct and
como tuio force on tbe 17th day of June,
A.D., IHfl.
0. This by-law, beforo tbe final passing
thereof,shall receive the nsst-nt of the
electors of tho city In the manner provided by llie New Westminster Act, i888,
nnd amending sets,
. 10. This by-law mny bo cited as the
Street tind park Improvement Debenture
By Law, lasft.
By-law rend n firM-tlmc ou tlie 01b day
of May, Iks'.
By-luM-i-eadasoi.ond time oil the Oth day
of May, 188ft,
HTOTIOB.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE
Is a true copy of the proponed Bylaw which will be taken Into consideration by the Municipal Council uf the
City of New Westminster after one
month train the first publication thereof
in the British Columbian newspaper,
whtch publication took place on tlio liitli
day of May, 1869, aud thut a vote of
tho electors of the eity will be taken on
■aid proposed By-law at the New City
Hill, Market Square, in said oity on thu
mill day or June, who, between
the hours of 0 o'clock a.m. and 5 o'clock
p.m. D. ROBSON,
Ctty Clerk.
THE WESTMINSTER
Poultry Yards
* JOHN 8. OOX, Prop.
Llglit in-aliinni,
Partridge Cochlilns,
.Plymouth Hock*-,
While fee HI'It Spanish
While Crested, Black  and Golden
Polands.
Hondansi     HIlYer-penellUd   Him.
burgs.
Black, Red and Pitt Games.
Toulouse (leese.     Itouen Dueki,
Hy Yards are open for Inspection.
dwmbStc
0. E. WOODS
USD 8SIVIY0*.
A. 0. GAMBLE
Horn* Niuo.
Woodi, TunBr ft BuUb
LAND 8URVEYOR8,
Real Ealaio, Inswajicoi I
AND CONVEYANCERS.
■A.t3-X£T-Xa FOB
FlIUO.-The Western of Toronto/The JEi-
na, The Oity of London, and The Hurl-
MPS.'-*The New York Life Insurance Oo.
ACCIDEKT-Tlie Travellers' of Hartford
Land Surveying* In all Its branches ao-
ouratelv and nromptly carried ont.
City and Suburban Lands for Hale,
Wo can show a complete ll t of deslrnbb*
localities.
Fur ml n-f Lands, improved and tnilm*
prove-1, throughout the district.
Mining nud other Itock bought and
Honey to Loan on flrst mortgage at
low rates. ,
9 Tklbphonk Cam. No. 88.
P. O. Dhawkr W.
WOODS, TUUKKKA GAMBLK,
Omoi, EiuiD'i Biook,   •   Columiia Shut
NKW WESTMINISTER.
dmbllto
Water Works Debenture By-Law.
A By-Law to provide for tbe
Issue of Water Works Debentures.
WHEREAS BY THE " NEW
Westminster Act, 1888," an act
of the legislature of British Columbia,
passed in the tifty-firflt year of the reign
of Hor MajeBty, Queen Victoria, and
chaptered forty-two relating to the corporation of the City of New Westminster, Wis iimoiif- other things provided
that the council of tho corporntiuu of
tho said city may, subject to thu pro*
visions of tho said act, pasa by-laws for
coiistructiiij- waterworks, and providing
for tlio expenditure thereof.
AnjJ Wheheas it is expedient that
the council should provido for tho construction of water works for tho supplying of water to tho inhabitants of
the Baid city.
And Whereas, in order to carry into
effect the said proposed construction, it
will bo necessary to issue debentures of
tho said corporation for a sum of money
uot cxceeduig two hundred thousand
dollars.
And Whereas, for tho payment of
thu said debentures, sinking fund and
Intel est, it will re-piiro tho sum of
$14,000 to ho raisuil annually by special
rato in oach year.
And Whereas tlio amount of the
whole ratoablo property of the aaid city
according to the last revised assessment
roll Ib the sunt ot $2,510,245.
And Whereas the total amount of
tlio existing debt of tho city is tho sum
of $155,500, irrespective of tbo sum of
$85,000 proposed to be borrowed under
authority of the Streets and Park Improvement Dobonture By-law, which
bylaw is to bo subtnittod to a vote of
the electors of tlie city concurrently
with this by-law.
Therefore, the corporation of the
City of Now Westminster enacts as
follows:—
1, Itahall 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 the same upon
tbe credit of the debentures hereinafter
mentioned, nsumof money not exceed ine
In thu whole the Bum of two hundred
thousand dollars,
2. It shall bo lawful for tbo mayor to
cause any number of debentures to bo
made for audi sums of money as may be
required, but not (or less than ono hund-ed
dollars each, such debentures to be Healed
with tbe seal of the corporation, and
signed by tho mayor and counter-signed
by the treasurer thereof.
it Thesaid debentures shall bo mnde
payable In llfty yoars at fttrtui-flt from the
day ou whioh this by-law takes efleet,
either In sterling money of Ureat Britain,
or In the currency ot this province, or the
country where the-mine may respectively
botnnde paymdej whleh tnuy be In any
place or places mi hnrlftsd by tho wild act
as may bengn-ed npi-n hetwoen the purchaser or piuvmi-ei- thereof, and the
mayor,an<l th'-suld -ii-beuturesshnll have
utlached to tbem coupons for the payment of Interest.
4. The said debentures shnll bear interest at the rate of Ave per centum per
annum from the date thereof, whleh lu-
tereBtshnll be p.iyable halt yearly on the
first days of January and July in eaoh
nnd every year.
6 Foi thepurpo eof formiii-!n»li)ttii.g
fond for the pliymont oftho snld debentures and tbu interest, thereon an equal
ami uat special rate of EWmillB inthe dollar
shnll bo levied and collected In addition
to all otber rates in each yenr upon all the
rateable property In the said eity during
theenrreney of the said debentures or any
of them.
(I. All monies arising frum tbe Raid rate
bevond the amount required for the payment oi Interest upon i he said debentures
muy be invented In each yearns the council of the jo-Ill corporation may dlrei-t.for
the purposo of creating a sinning fund for
tho redemption ->f tho said debentures as
lliey rc-'peotlvely beeonu- due, without
prejudice loanv of iho jm we is eon erred
upon the said eouucll by the mild act,
7. This bylaw shall lalte otl'eet ,,n the
17th diiyof June In thi- .vein- o' - mr l-ord
ono thousand eight hundred .-, d righty-
nlne.
8. This by-law, before the final passim*:
thereof,-dial! receive ihe assent of tbo
elei-tort uf the eity In tho iimnii'r provided by the Now Wet-iiuUsier ,\CI, Ititt, und
amending acts.
0 Thi» I'V-ln-*' mny bo cited as the*
\, nter Works Debenture Uy Law, issii.
By-law rond u flrst time on Ihe Ilth day
of Harah', 1RJ0.'
By*l-iw read n. so.-mi.l time on tho lltli
iby of March. 188U
HJOVXOB.
rpAKK NOT!C« THAT THE ABOVE
i is a tnu* copy of tin. propo-ed By*
l.iw which will l«. ta-ii'U.iuto conni-lem*
tion by tho Municipal Council i.f llie City
of Now Westminster-ifiuroui' month from
tho first publication thereof iu tics Burr-
ish Columjiian m-w.--pu-ti.-r. wiich first
publication took place o:i the Titii day
of May, 18SD, and tlmt-a voti; of the
Electors of tho City will be taken on aaid
proposed By-law at the New City Hull,
Miukct Square, in baIiI city, on the llitll
dny Of JaUf) 18S!\ between the
liaui'*i of 0 ti'clonk a.m. and fi o'clock p.m.
I),   UOBSON.
City Clerk.
I'M)on, Water t'olnrA I'nitlll*! l*oilralls
at SI. Fawl Prlrn.
I N8TKUCTI0N GIVEN IN DRAWING
1 and I'lilntlngacuordlng to the best Eu-
ropoun melhods,
MISS LINNIE LEWIS.
tu l.yalft
dapSiml
Btndlo Cor. Itoyiil Avenue a Mary ftU
Orders for portiults taken at D ""
Co.'s and at Btudio,
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
ct.UVMIM- OWKEltS, LOQQERB; nnd
P others nre notitied thnt our steel
'l UK-bout,
"TBVIO,"
Will bo ready for work about the Hth Inst,
and we are prepared to enter iuto con*
tracts for all kinds of towing, lightering, Ae.
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
dmy8to Vancouver, B, O.
"fcTOTIOB.
LORENZO LEtlTOliA, Veeeasnl.
ALL PKRHONs Intvlni* .ny olnim,
hkiiIiisi tliu ONtutti or l/irouso Lcrlorn,
formerly of tlie Knmiti'ln, near I.llloot't,
ili'"i'iiseil, nre Itcvt'liy rt-qulriid lo sond In
tliopnrtloulnrsnf lliolr olttlms lodn.Lii,
I'lAofiio, of Huppy VHllcy, Mi'li'Koslu
Dlstrlot. orloNrcoi.AB,iNiM,of the Folin.
tnln, I.lllooot, tlio Kxoonlors of llio will of
tho will of tho snld ilfooasctl, on or hoforo
the 1st tiny of July next,
Dntoil :Mli April, l«l.
awniyjml CilLLIO PIAOUIO.
IBu-ov-n rncM Sti,x on to Viot-. eaI
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVlSH,
diiihSOmO VICTOrilA, I). (.'.
VIOTORIA
Steam Bakery!
, ESTABLISHED 1RI8,
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Mnniifscllirors ot All Kinds ot
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment to Iler
MnJoBty's Royal Navy, the Dominion Oovenment, An.
Medal and Diploma awarded at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition, ton-
don,18H0.
FAOTORY-NlagaraHt., James Ray,
OFFIOES-W Fort Ht., Victoria, II. C.
. dapBme
MRS. T. DEIGHTON,
NUB8E,
.TtAKESTHISUPPOtlTUNITYof lotting
X the public know that she is now ut
home, and respectfully solicits n share of
the public patronage. ItESlDBNCB-neor
Douglas fit., on 11. Klllott's premise*, New
Weoimlnj-tor. 2*p**,3—
W.O.LOYE,
Mm... Boot d Shoe llik
UcpnlrlnR Neatly Done. Cork Bale
Work a Speelaliy*
onrorden- promptly attended to,        i
t'lnrkunu St.. In rear of CoIuI'iImI Ilo*
u*i, next to Itand Bros.' offlco. dnclt-e
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(Late ok England)
Corner of Churoh and Colnmbla Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
aVKatlsfactlon guaranteed,    dwfe7tc
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   ST1VBET,
New Westminster, B. C
«sr Satisfaction uiiiirautoiii'.      UaplHlc
VANOOUVER OITY  .
FoundryiMachineWorks
fpHB I'KOPRIETORR OK THEHE
i. worltH have much pleasun- In notify*
Ing their friends und the public that' they
are now prepared to receive and promptly
execute any orders forwork In their Hue
with whioh they may be favored.
A.McKELVIE,
Mechanical Munaeer,
Vanoouver, EC, Sth May, 1888.
dwmyiatc	
Wm. A. Sashwood-Jones
FRESH CALIFORNIA MS LOCAL
Mts&Walte
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE,
djeaita
Corbett & Kennedy,
HANOFACTUREBS  OF
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON
•W-A.R-BJ.
WEIMTEIt-ft BLOl'k (UP-BTAIRH),
Frost Strelt,   -  New Westmisster.
HAVING JOST OPENED IN THE
nbnvft line, we respectfully soiii-ita
sham of the trade, and trust by careful
attention to orders and moderate ehmmob
to merit the same. Experienced workmen- satisfaction Kuaranteed.
Entlmate-ifurnishedforGalvanli-eil Iron
Cornice, ltn..lliu*. Plumhln-r, Gas-Illlln^,
Steam and Mot Water Hentlnjr, Ac,
VT Entrance to promlsM on Mary Si.,
In ronrof Bank of R O. dwmhlllu
ntUE IT'DET-OTONED  KEEPS   CUN-
1   -jlnuib' in M-.-ok the
BEST WELLINGTON COAL
—-ALSO—
Wood and Bark,
Whleli   he will   sell   at tbe LOWEST
tt.iTKS and deliver promptly.
«.«t» On!era loft at thestorcnof Mr. Me-
Coll and Mr. McDonough will receive
atlentlon,
TKAH4 FOR HIKE. Stable-i, corner of
I-out- lut und Columbia Streets.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
Ni»- West., a C, Nov. 22, ISSS.   dnnSllo
IF YOU WANT TO KNJOY A GOOD
CIOAR, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
.^MAINLAND.
f-IThey aro not only made of tbe
Choicest Tobacco but they are of
Home Manufacture, and should he
patronized by all good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HOLBROOK BUILDINO,
COLUMBIA STREET.        NEW WESTMINSTER.
1 dwHnoly
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
A WUl-SELECTEO STOCK OF
DRYCOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT THE  LOWEST PRICES.
I.UNDBOHM'S BLOCK,
Columliln Sir-.,,       Kew Wrslmlnstv,
nntdwly
North British and
mercantile
iHslTfiCE
OOMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
capital,   ■   «14,6(io,(ioo.oo
OP  LONDON.
Capital,    ■    t»,733,000.00
RATES) AH   LOW AH   ANY OTHKB
COMPANIKS D01NI1 HUXINEHS
ISt BRITISH COLUMBIA.
t. ca*. T^QrrHS
Agent for New Westminster Oity
and Diitrict, ,:~n"1
that
R T. R, DUNCAN WISHES TO IN-
 form the I'ubllc of New WeHttulni-ter
that he in now prepared to alve ic-tionB In
Mhori-hand In tlielute-ttand b-ntHyBtfuns.
A completo course guarnnt*>ed In three
monthi-,
Vliilln ulna IiihbIiI.  The   tench Int;  of
clilUlrcn on tlilsliif-irniiioiit a specially.
Address, Drawer O, City, New WeHttnin-
ster. daplOto
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(I-ulti Partner of John McVloker)
MINING KNQ1NEEU, II.H. A PROVIN*
CIAI.HUUVKYOU.ft ASHAYI1K.
Masonic Tbuplk Block,  VancouvbUi
iu:t. col.
e*TReliable reportn, underground «ur-
vi-ysaml inapt-of mines exeuuted alio-*
rafott. Assays made on all blndHof minerals, gold und silver bars. Thirty yeara*
experience In mining In Asia, Europe
and United Mates of America. Speaks
ten lunuungeH. Assays from a dlstaneu
promptly attended to. Address Vancou-
yer, B.p. _adel7lc
Lund Registry Ordinance, 1S70
CIVIC NOTICE.
TjKltHONH INTENDING TO lOBEOT
X Buildinff or Fences wlthlu thu City
limns will be fiiml-hcd with proper street
lines on application to the (ouncil.orto
tho Board of Works. Applications mu«t
be in wrlllng.
J. G. JAQUES.
Chairman Board of Worka.
Now Weet., Moy 8,1889. dmySml
New Westminster Suburban Lot No, 16,
Block X,
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Title lo the ubove mentioned Lot
will bo issued to Henry Elliott, on the 10th
diiyof June, 188!), link's** In the meantime
uviilld objecllon tliercto be made to tho
undersigned, In writing, by some person
claiming nn estato or Interest In said Lot
or Minuf purl thereof.
It. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Ueidstry Offlce,
New Westmluster, 7th March, 1889,
mhTuSm
J. W. WINGER
DEAI.BKIN
Hard and Soft Wood
Graying and Teaming
Done on Short Notice nnd at Ren on-
able Terms,
SAN JUAN LIME
Always ln Stock.
Orders left at the c. 1'. N. Whnrf will be
promptly delivered. dm haute
SAANICH^ MILLS!
BRACKMAN &KER,
MASUKACTtJllElta  OF
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
m- ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
HILLS nl Norlh Snaolcli,
OFFICE: A WAUEHOU.SE: Victoria.
dmli20m6
1.1*
oin_
■m-n_ coiiuova stbkkt,
VANCOVVGR.B.t!.
linpfirlcra nml lienlcis In
fViAOHINERY
OK ALL DESCniTlONS.
MARINE WORK"! SPECIALTY.
dwdeZOto
MIZONY&CO'Y
303 Cordova Street,
Vancouver, Brit. Col.
WHOLESALE
LIQU0RS_A CIGARS
Telephtmo Onlcra Promptly Attended to:
TP-IdM-nONM CALL 11)1.
diuh'iSmfi
Dominion Lands.
IF YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
Grazing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any bind from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay ln SOX-tXX* and lave a
large discount.
Serin can be obtained ln large or small
quantities from
AtlOWAY ft CHAMPION
BANKBES,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OB FRO*
THK BASK 0V BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTEB
dwmlifllii	
E8T-.BMSHK1) IS5«.
ROBT DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite tbe I'nliiniiii Hiitel,
mm WEHTJILN'S-i-KH.
rnllB  U1UJBS1 AND   CHOICEST
L    aSBurtlilCQt of r.ll'<l"Ki:l'i['*iimi! ol
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
("onstantiy on bwid, Mil sunpUod to Fun.
Iii,',, Ut'stnn pints, atiil Steamboat, at th.
"'.•.'.•:■'   "O.'iSll'.LE PKICES.
Holbrookjstaiol
S-A-X-rE   OF
Valuable Property.
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LOTS
aro offered for salo, In parlor whole:
LOT 5, BLOOK 8. Colnmbla and Front
street*, ftflxllfc*, with fl stores thereon,
LOT 23, BLOCK IS-(Wxl82-CoIumbiaand
Clarkson sireeta-wltli buildings thereon.
LOTS 12 * 18, BLOOK B. Mary street; 2
acres, with  hard  finished  house and
orchard.
% LOT 1, BLOCK 1ft, Columbia streot,
LOT 81, GROUP 1, Vancouver road, containing 260 acres.
(HrThe above Property brings In a rental of $286.00 per month
For further particulars and terms of
sale, apply at
THOS. OVENS'
Blacksmith 4 Machine Shop,
Merchant Square,
New Westminster, B. C. doeSStc
NOTIOE
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE
upplied to ihe Hon. the Mlnlmer of
Land--and Works fora license touutnnd
remove Umber from tho following described lands situated on Deep Covo ot
North Arm of Burrard inlet, in Group I,
New Wostmlnster District:
Commencing at a post set 2UoliaInswi-hl
from Deep Cove, west HO chains, thence
nortb 85 chnlns, tl encu cast 08 chains,
thenco south ffl chains, thenee north-east
lis'; deg., 16.50 ohalnsj thenoe south -HI
chains lo point of com mencement.
% W. H. HIGGINS.
New West., B. C, 10th May, UW.     dml
NOTICE,
SITTINGS OP THE COUNTY COURT
of Cariboo will behel<jul—
Lillooet Thursi!ay...'i:trd May.1880.
Clinton Haturduy... Kth Jniic, "
ir-o-MllcHousc.,.Thursdiiy...27lh    "     "
soda Creek Satuiday ...--'Oth   "     "
Quesnellniu'lh ...Tuesday 2nd July, "
Hlehtlcld Friday Oth   "     "
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
24th April, 1880, ilapLliml
-aXGG-SC SCHOOL
Entrance Examination!
rpHE SEMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION
\ of applicants for etitrnni-c to High
School will commence In the Central
School, New Westminster, on
Monday, Hay SWi, at l V. M.
Candidates must be punctual.
8. D. POPE,
Superintendent of Education.
Victoria, Mai 0,18S0. dmyOtd
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
Fish s Game Dealer!
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster, Brit. Cot.
t_T Highest Price paid for Furs and
Door Hides.
Correspondence Invited. tuuTclephone
Cull No, a. ujiiSto
DOUGLAS STREKT
BAKERY
Foot ok Douglas Stiieet, Nkaii
COI.OMIHA  STllKET.
J, FEU(aSO\, PROPRIETOB
FRESH   BREAD,   CAKES,  PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc,
Hotel nnd Rcfitaurant trado solicited.
Alt orders promptly attended to and
delivered to nuy partof the oity.  dinh28y
lfl
Cor. Columbia am Churoh Sis.
New Westminster. Brit. Co!.
Ko&utfi, Heatas, Tablets, Etc,
In Marble or Granite of Best Quality.
Corner, posts   and  curbing.
N\ B— Ju»t I'PCfitveil—Iho finest np**0l"t-
lin-nl nf f-Cidt-ll *;riitiltf 1liiiiilllli*nl»''Vi'|-
seen In Hrii sli t'olnrubla, which will bn
Kidd at prb-e.-i puttliigroiupetltlonoutof
the question.
dwnihsiyi ALEX. HAMILTON PnOP.
AUSTIN'S HAV MARKET
For Hay, Straw, Whoat, Bran, Shorts,
Oil Cake, ite.
AUSTIN'S STORE
For Groceries, Hardware, Hope, Platform Scales, 4c.
AUSTIH'S CELLAR
For Choice Potatoes, Carrote, Turnips,
Onions, 4c.
AUSTIN'S STABLE
For Good Teams and Sober Teamsters.
AUSTIN'S PRINCIPLES:
Squaro Dealing and Total Abstinence,
dt-*20to
TIME    CARD.
o. p. sr. oo.
The Fine Flrsl-Clnss
Str. William Irving
Will 1.CIIVO tlio O. P. X. Oil's Wlinrf,
Tuesday.ThurstlRy & Saturday
AT 7 .'.. M.,
FCR Op-MMCX AM WAV POETS,
Hi'limine Bverv
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
Whf-n siitllfieut  InritiOoment offers t-iic
will procei-d to HOl'K nnd nn such
occasions will leave her whnrf
at, -I a, ni.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T. L. BRIGGS. Agent,
New Westminster. dnpUtc
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OKFEtl FOR SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, 4c.
THE ATTRACTION
Of Columbia Street
 IS	
JAS. ROUSSEAU'S
GREAT CLEARING SALE
GOOD-FITTING BOOTS AND SHOES CONTRIBUTE
much to the health and comfort of every home. Therefore,
everybody ought to know that Jas. Rousseau's is decidedly the
cheapest place in New Westminster where the people of this District can purchase the best Boots and Shoes at the cheapest
prices.
I will allow io per cent, discount on all cash purchases to
the general public lor the next sixty days, to make room for a
LARGE SPRING STOCK now en route.
REMEMBER,—if you want genuine good Boots and Shoes
the proper place to purchase them is at
Jas. Rousseau's,
SI Col-a.na.-bla Street.
Custom Work promptly attended to. dwto
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNBBOM-S BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
*D*E:ji.x-2*;ji xm
Rice Meal,
FOR CATTLE FEED.
dniliainiO
GENERAL HEUHAHIff!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Ooods, Groceries,   Boots tl Shoes, lints & Cups.
Crockery, tilosswiirc, t&c,
asjaars   -as   so-vs*   suits.
Great Variety of Household Articles,   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
ti. B.—Farm Produce bonf-ht at market rates or sold ou commission, a**LOrders
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. dwjeBtc
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAND & INYESTIEST iGENCY, Id.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, * IS Serjeants Inn Fleet St. - LONDON, ENG.
The Business of ALLSOP k MASON haa been merged In tho above Company
and will be carried on by the Company from this date as a general Land Investment
aud Insurance Ageocy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Uw Bates, Town Lota and Farming
Lands for Sale on easy terma,
Viotoria B. C, May 16th, 1887. dwJeTtc
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"Os»1«ri->l,so*ndlKb-i--«ttoeUUmith-. I CHlwto ems Coll-, Ora**lp.tl»»,
Ufie.OxCofd8k,BraoUjn,K.Y.   j WiiEouS Iniurioaa medication.
The Cektaub Cohpamt, 77 Murray Street, S. Y.
M.A.McRAE
Merchant lailor
BEADTIFUI, IUNOE OP
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Check
for spring and summer.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Coh-mma St.,   .  Nsw Westmihster,
ilwmhfflttc
iM Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STACE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE SUBHCR-.IIP.R.I ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
SeilBLE AND S1H6LE BIGS
At Special LoW Ratei-.
Braying ui Ml M ti Ting
Don e nt Shortest Notice,
Dry roni wood delivered to any part of
tho City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
atlentlon. „ „ „ .
•VSt-ables nearly opposite C. P. K. Depot, Columbia St., New Wostmlnster.
djnltu-      QILLEY BROS. Vwve.
Feed,LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
*F*BO*I?-BI-HJTO*B.
GOOD DRIVING * RIDING HOUSES
for Hire. Hacki* call at all Steamers
and Trnlns.   Special attention Riven to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may be left at the Offlce of Mathers a Milllaan, Commission Merchants,
Front Street, New West. dseUlto
W. ELSON,
Merchant Tailor,
PORT MOODY, B. C.
Mr. Elson will be at the Colonial Hotel
the flrst Wednesday in each month for
the purpose of taking orders,     dwJaSSU)
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
1 Old Uboad St. and 16 Pall Mau ,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES 4 OTHEK
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of each Vessels ; also, Ships build-
ing and repairing, Barges and other Ves
sols on navigable rivers and canal--, and
Goods on board snch Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and tn Foreign
Countries,
FKOM LOBS OR IIAMAflK BT FIR It.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600.000 BTG.
Rates of Premium and every Informs-
tlon nan be obtained on application to
W. J. ABMSTB0N6,
Agent io.- New We-tmin-t-r,
Td k Uo, Cal,
BY WAY OP THE
XaXXTT-B.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QDICKERIN TIME THAN ANY OTHKH
ROUTE BETWEEN
Hwffertaiiatw wi Saa him
GRAND SCENIC HOUTE OF THE PACIFIC COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Second-Clues Pas*
seugers, attached to Express Trains.
Fare from Portland to Soenunento and
San Franclftco—Un limited, 125; First-
class (Limited), 120; Second-class (Limited), |15.	
THROUGH TIOKETB to all points South
and East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES:
City Office, No. 184 Cor. Flnt A Aldti
Streets;
Depot Offiob, Cor. F * Front StreeU;
Portland. Oregon.
R.KOEHLER,       E. P. ROGERS,
Manager.       AMMkF.*P.AW gjailg gritish (Soiambian
Hoaday Erealu. May It. 1889.
AIVEITI8IN0 RATES FOR THE DAILY.
TrannleBltdvirlt-tfiMenlH.—1'irHlhiser-
tlon.iuiitn. pur Hue solid nounarollj eaoh
subsequent cunHt-mitlvelusertfon,Sets, per
Hue. Advortlr-eiiti-iitt- not Inserted every
day—flrst lusortloti, ill cm. per lino; nubse-
queiitinsertlout-, Tints, per line,
Si-iii-ll,--*, Ailvrrfh-eioeniH.—l-rofesslon-
nl or Hiislness Curds—*1 per tuotittl. Hpe*
i-iiil rates for genon-l tratJo ■--*v'-i'ii*,ii-K,
ncoording lospaciMi.-i-iipleil uud d unit Ion
Of I-HlllMil'l.
.tut*tltiii Kill,1-., H'lioit dlspliiyed,clnirged
25 per cent. :■-*••. tnuti transleul ti-lvts, If
«'ili.I, iihur/i'il ni rifiiliii-triint-tleni rates.
!-.ut*<-l-tl Aoilet--. amoni- reading maitt-r,
■20 ots. p-T llne each Insertion, Specials
Inserted hy 11.« mouth nt reduced rates.
Births, .Miirrifit-f-t nud IX-iuiis, 81 tor each
iti-iertlnn; Kuiitsrui Notices In connection
with death*-, an cts. each Insertion.
WEEKLY ADVERTISIHC DATES.
Triini'iiit lit u---il'.:v«i i'ii l».—I-'irsi lus,-'r-
tlon, in ub*. pur line -uli'i nonpareil; suli-
seqiiont Insertion*., 7 ft k. per line.
M-111't ■ u-* Adteril-ii'ii-eiilM.—Professional sir HuNincKs t'urds—-ft.3ti per lnontli.
Kpfotm riitosfiirjienural trade advertIsln-*,
Spoehil Notices, Births, Marriages and
Deaths, .-nine rates us Dally,
Cum musl in* all Hiatal,and forlargecuta
an extra rale -A 111 ho uhArged,
•Wl-er-ioiiH (-ending In iidvcitlseiiients
should ho careful to stain whether they
arelinipi'i-iirlii in- Dully Edition,ortha
Wt-clilv.ni' tii.th. A liberal reduction is
madawnen Inserted in both. No advertisement Inaerted for less than £1.
SUBSCRIBERS
 j receive llielr pupe
from the Carriers or  thmu-jli
Odlce, will confer a favor by reporting the
same to the office of publication at once.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Strawberries ...A). McPhaden
Wanted to Kent Richards, H. & AI.
Notice Richards, 11.   k M.
Negligee Shirts Ogle,  C, k Co.
HI It Til.
TURNBULL-In this city, on tins lllth
lust., tbe wit* of Win. Turnbull, of a
son.  Both doing well.
HUME.—On tho ]filh inst., the wife of John
A, Hume, of Sapperton, of u daughter.
The water in the river is still rising.
The thermometer registered 78° in
tho shade yesterday.
Mr. D. McPhaden is advertising
strawberries for sale.
Tho city council meets to-night for
tlio transaction of business.
New Sill; Dolmans aud Mantles now
showing at the Globe Houae.      *t3
All the fashionable icecl beverages, at
tho "Hub," next the "Queen's."   *
Fresh Eastern and Native Oysters,
served in every style, at the Olub. *
The str. Gladys left for Chilliwaok
this morning with freight and passengers.
Russell's Restaurant, opposite the
American Hotel, open day end
night. a9n>3*
Capt. Peele predicts raiu and unsettled weather for the succeeding 24
hours.
Special to the Ladies—New Hats
and Bonnets just open at the Globe
House. *13
Another ship is on tho way to this
port to load lumber nt tho Royal City
Planing Mills.
A public meeting will be held tomorrow night to discuss the now fisheries regulations.
200 lots on the Thorno road, from
805 upwards at §10 per month,—W.
Reidt, Front street. *
New Linen Floactlu, 9 colors; washable, Seo Specimen work nt Misa
Peebles'; oc. skeins. *
Richards, Haywood & Mackintosh
are calling for tenders fur tho purchase
of two blocks of lnnd.
Another 85,000 deal of suburban
property was completed this morning
by Richards, Haywood & Mackintosh.
Lots in sub. Lot 6, B. XII, Dublin
and Loudon strueta-§100 and §125,
on easy terms.—Woods, Turner &
Gamble. *tc
North Arm Road Lots, from S100;
Sapperton, $150; ami Brownsville Acre
Lots nt 8100, on easv terma, at W. J.
Walker & Co's.      " *
The str. Dunsmuir left for Vancouver and Nanaimo this morning, taking
21 head of cattle, 4 horses aniLa hige
number of passengers.
The attendance at the Y. M. C. A.
rooms yesterday wub the lurgeBt for
months. Mr. G. W. Rasure, the cow
boy evangelist, addressed the meeting
and was wall received.
Look out for the great salo of lots in
tho town of Seattle, at tho Mission
Bridge, on June 15th next. For particulars, apply to Wm. Reidt.        *
This office acknowledges a branch
loaded with ripe nnd luscious cherries
from the garden of Mr. Shiles, on
Provost Btreet. Ripe cherries on the
20th of May is hard to beat.
Stock ranch, on Pitt River, for 83,-
600; worth nt present rates 80,000;
270 acres land with improvement; 130
acres high bush liind, rest prairio.
Must be Bold immediately; a rare
chance for anyone with the cash; double
ycur money in 12 months. Apply to
T. J. Trapp. *
The Btr. Rithet arrived from Victoria this morning with 180 tons of
freight and tho following passengers:
Mr. Hnd Mrs. London, Mrs. Frazer,
Miss F raster, L. Guichon, L, fl. Scriv-
ner, J. Lena, Rev. Winslow, L. Gil-
lander, A. W. Bro wiser, E. C. Eynon,
W. Arthur. Tusker, M. M. English,
E. A. Wadliwn. The Rithet left on
tho return trip on tlm iu-rival of tho
Paciiic ExpresB.
Bnse Hull.
The first game of base ball this season will be plsyod on the cricket
grounds to-morrow afternoon, when
the Vancouver nine comes over tec*
measure its strength with tho mainland champions. The Westminster
team is. if anything, weaker than last
vear, a few of the best players having
left the oity, but the boys are curtain
to givo a good account of themselves.
The name will commence st 3:30
o'olock sharp.
This morning tt. J, McNeill,  found
guilty nt the last assizes of uttering
counterfeit notes, came up before Mr.
Justice McCreight for sentence.   Mr-
Atkinson, for the defence,   producrai
Mr. McEwen and Mr. Caniff who botflt
swore to McNeill's previous good chir-
acter and honesty.   Mr. Moresby aJkc
gave him a good character.   McNeill
addressed his lordship and said he Had
been pieyod upon by shatpars, ansY
bad done  no  wrong,   Hia  lordbhip-
sentenced the prisoner to 3 yeore- it*
the penitentiary, at the same time saying lie had taken Into  consideration,
the testimony concerning his previous
oharaoter.   Quillet, found  guilty of
common assault, was releaser!   on   hit*
own recognisances to come up for sen- j
fence when called on.
  ■ -— 1
Children Cryfor PtaherWastwaj,
Nihemcs Petition.
Eight fishermen who are unable to
obtain licenses under the new regulations have sont a petition direct to Ottawa, praying that licenses bo granted
them this yoar, as they have bouts and
nets and aro in every way prepared to
prosecuto their business. It is claimed
that unless licenses are granted them
their families will be dostitute, and
they themselves will be without occupation or the moans of obtaining a
living. Tho latter statement is scarcely
correct, as the cannery men say all good
fishermen will havo no difficulty in obtaining employment.
McUalion's Circus.
Tlie Fartni-McMahon circus on
Saturday night was vory largely attended, aud uo circus has met with more
hearty appreciation in Westminster
than it did. The managers did not advertise a lot of impossibilities and fail
to keep their promises, as many similar combinations have dono in tbe
past, but, on the contrary, everything
promised was performed and that in
excellent style. The Farini-McMa-
liuii circus gave thu utmost satisfaction iu ninny ways. It is not followed
by a troupe of gamblers nnd moutito*
backs and its people are orderly behaved. It deserves success wherover it
goes.  	
Mnlngo's Trial
The case of Malugo, charged with
tolomy, came beforo Mr. Justico McCreight this morning und was tried
undor tbe "Speedy Trials Act." Leonard Henley gave evidence to the deed
as committed, A boy named Hognn
sworo he saw Malugo put his hand
over tho boy's mouth und coax him
into the bush. Dr. Fngan gave medical testimony of injuries which proved
beyond doubt criminal assault. After
hearing the evidence and listening to
the story of tho accused, who was
given the benefit of un interpreter, his
lordship remanded the prisoner for
sentence which will be delivered on
Friday or Saturday.
Two Prisoner*! Escape.
Two prisoners escaped from the
chain gang to-day and have not been
recaptured. Their names are Goodwin and Ireland, the former only having eight days longer to serve aud the
latter one month. The chain gang
was working in tho asylum grounds,
in chargo of Messrs. Edwards and
Evans, the guards, and nt noon work
was stopped tu allow tho men to
tako dinner Sometime during tlie
hour the above named men managed
in somo way to slip out of the hack
gate while the attention of the guards
vms momentarily directed elsewhere.
Once out of the grounds, it was an
t'UBy matter to elude pursuers ns tho
undergrowth iu tho park is ho thick as'
to furnish easy conceal men t. Men
have been engaged all the afternoon
scouring the neighborhood, but up to
tho time of guing to press nothing had
been seen or heard of them. It is
prubabie hoth will escape.
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flic Krinlnhanioo Trail.
A Vancouver gentleman, who has
been visiting tho Surrey and Delta
municipalities, complains bitterly of
the impassible condition of the Semi-
ahmoo trail. He says he attempted
to make the journey through to Semi*
ahmoo by it, but fulled, owing to the
road being blocked by fallen trees, und
waa forced to return and take the
longer route. He thinks the govern- !
ment ahould reopen this trail and put
the road in first class condition. If
this wore done many Vancouverites-
would travel south by it, as there uro
drawbacks und dangers attending
travel by steamer which it is sometimes wise to avoid, as witness the
Vancouver contractor whose friends
the other day gathered on the wharf
and refused to let him go to Seattle by
the atr. Premier in case the boiler
would burst, or he would forget to
come back, or something of that kind.
With the trail in good condition there
would be a fair field and no favors, and
that is ull any fair minded man should,
ask.
Police Court.
At the police court this mornin;?
Jas. MoBroom, V. Higgins, W\ Gray,
Jack Levi and Chippy Eiokhoff, the
boys charged with wilfully disturbing
a religious sorvice in the Methodist
church, appeared for trial. MoBroom-
and Gray pleaded guilty und the remaining three pleaded not guilty. Mr,
Jas, Cunningham touk the witness bos
and gave evidence in the case, He
said a prayer meeting wns in progress
in the Methodist church und the boys
ran back and forward slumming tho
windows greatly to the annoyance of
the worshippers. Ho went out and
saw MoBroom antl accused him of
making the disturbance. McBroom
denied having done so and replied vory
impertinently to Mr. Cunningham, A boy named Scott gave evidence in a truthful and atraightforward manner. He saw McBroom,
Gray and Levi at the church window
and then heard the window slam.
Someone called "run" and the whole
lot scampered off, Higgingsand Eick-
holl' were on the opposite side of the
street. After reading the boys a
severe lecture, and one wliich it ia
hoped will have a salutary effect on
the many boya present, tho magistrates dismissed Higgins, Levi nnd
Eickhoff, as the charges against them
could not be proved. Gray having
truthfully acknowledged his bud behavior was dismissed with costs. MoBroom was fined $6 or in default ono
week in gaol.
FROM VICTORIA.
Dead Body of nn Infant Fonnd Naval
Officer Dead.---The Queen'* Hlrlhday
Celebration, ___
Special to tbe Columbian.
Vicioaia, May 20.—The deid body
of an infant in an advanced state of
decomposition, was found by provincial officer Miller yesterday on the
point in front of the marine hospital.
It is supposed to be that of a half
breed or Indian child. An inquest returned a verdict "found dead."
Commander Percy Hoskin, of H.M,
S. Swiftsure, died this morning and
will be interred on Wednesday.
The str. Isabel, which took an excursion party to Port Angeles, returned last evening after a pleasant
trip. 4
Every body is invited to join us ore
the 24th celebration. It is expected
the city will be packed with people.
The assizes opened to-day. Tha
calendar is light.
800 men from, the navy aro practicing for the 24th. on McAulay's point
to-day.
THB CHURCHES.
Summaries of  city  Sermon*, spoken
festerday.
METHODIST   CHURCH.
At the Methodist church yestorday
morning Rev. Mr. Stevens spoko from
Deut. 32 c. 48 y. to close, and 34 0.
5 v. to close, on "The closing scenes
of tho life of Moses." The rev. gentleman ssid; In locating Moses in the
history of the world the historian had
the benefit from a political standpoint.
He was a great man, with grand ideas
of polity, which aided him iu carrying
out the great things that God had destined him to accomplish. Look at
others; such as Ceasar, Alexander,
and men of the samo chas who have
beon wrapped up with the destinies of
nations, und you will Hnd they do .not
compare favorably with Muses, his
supremo intellectual force, his mental
culture, his keen perception, his rapid
thought, and his power as a writer;
these special endowmnents so iitted him
that God chose him to carry out special
missions; just, upon the same principle that caused God to select Paul and
specially prepare him, morally and
physically, to carry out the great work
of founding the early Cbristain church
and disciplining its members to their
spiritual advancement. Moses was a
man of miracles, and those who read
his lifo carefully will come to the conclusion that the many deliverances
were not the result of natural causes,
but iu all thero were evidences of
supernatural power aiding and enabling him to perform and to endure.
Moscb' life wub typical of events that
were to transpire, and like other types,
his biography is fraught with spiritual
instruction, und this morning I propose to draw a few lessons from the
cloaina scene of his remarkable career.
First, then, he was a type, in that,
while he wus 120 yeara old when he
died, his eyes was not dim, nor his
natural force abated; this same force
und sight should charaterize the Christian's experience in his spiritual life
and power, his eye Bhould bo spiritually keen to see away ahead, raising
him in spirituality and bringing him
into closer union with God; this can
be experienced by constant use of the
powera givon by God, and ns we grow
in grace we shall gain the spiritual
sight and strength; and the great question this morning is: Has our spiritual
strength increased us we have grown
older in years, or have we by neglect
descended into a state of semi-darkness, out of which comes doubt and
disappointment! Do we walk in the
light I If we would have this bright
experience we must abstain from sin,
and then our life will be replete
with spiritual perception and we will
be continually gaining strength. Then
theft) wns success in Muses' life. Is
our life's record clean, or are we continually sinning and repenting, juat as
it comes handy or suits nur purpose?
Have a good record such as Paul had
when, with the instrument of death
staring him in the face, and he is
about to end his earthly career, he says
inall confidence: "I have fought a
good tight, I have finished my course;
henceforth there is laid up fur me an
inheritance which the Lord, the
Righteous Judge, shall give ine at that
day." Then the question naturally arises: Why was Mines to
dio at thia time 1 He wus strong,
why was he to die now ? Because
thore wns one failure in his life, and it
was decreed that he Bhould not enter;
Canaan, and he died before his time;
and 1 havo known hundreds who by
their own f< liy, their own sin, through
their own fault, have shortened their
earthly career, aud the cutitnnnd,
"Honor thy father nnd thy mother,
thnt thy days mny bu long in the laud
thy Lord giveth thee," leaves the impression that if we don't cut our own
existence in this world short, if we nro
disobedient, Gud may cut it short for
1.3, Then, every step Moses took up
the mount was surely u step up, to
death; it was laborious climbing, but
it had a conclusion, and every step we
take in life leads ub up tothe "Pisgah"
of our lives, and I see in the boy that
sits studying that the knowledge gained
is one stop in his life up to that sure
end, and the pulse, every time it beats,
warns one of that end; and when you
seo men struggling for name and posi*
position, they are all tending step by
step (some unoonciously) to tho Pisgah
of their lives, and just as they have
gained the knowledge, tho position,
the honor or the success they so long
struggled for and coveted, just at the
point they would like to enjoy what
they have gained, comes the tormina*
tion, and, like Moses, they are permitted to see the Canaan of thoir
hopes, but are uot permitted to enter
into the en joy met it'.* The lesson taught
here is that we should do good now,
and not wait, keep redeeming the time,
making ourselves better, and making
everything an opportunity to improve
for the end and the future lifo. Thon
Moses was not afraid to die, ho was
ready to go. If the dootor tells a man
he has only 15 minutes to live, he is
surprised, uneasy, and oftimesunready;
and here ia the witness that there are
too many failures, we do not take hold
in earnestness and make a success of
our lives, and thus nre unprepared. If
the call should come we should be
ready to give a hearty and willing response. Then Moses died nesr Canaan,
in full sight of the promised land and
alone. Our last sight ahoold see clearly
the glory land just across the Jordan—
the dividing line. And we should not
feel lonely, for wo should have the
Saviour there present. Now tho application to our case is this: Look forward to tho "Pisgah" of our lives,
when the strength of body, this manhood, will sink, and begin to live that
we may be sure of the rest and the
hope, live in the surety of the re-uniting of body and soul, where we shall not
see Canaan "just across the Jordan,"
but view it right in the midst and participate for ever in its pleasures "with
the Lord."
ST. Andrew's church,
Rev. Mr. Scouler preached last night
at the Presbyterian ohuroh, from St.
John's gospel lio. 49v. (lut clause)
and following verse "Yo know nothing
at all, nor consider that it is expedient
for us that one man should die for the
people, and that the whole nation
perish not."—and spoke as follows:
A counoil of the chief priests and
Pharisees had been hastily called to
consider what they should du wltb
Jeaus. The fame of Jesus had been
rapidly extending, und the ecclesiastical dignitaries were getting alarmed*.
they were afraid for their official positions and for their power and influence
in socioty. Moreover our Lord had
made Himself obnoxious to them; He
had spoken to them in tho strongest'
manner possible of tho hollowneai of
their professions, and they were determined to make short work of Him.
We must do something, thoy said, to
counteract tho popular tendency. If
we allow things lo go on as they are-
going the whole Jewish ritual will be-
abolished, and a less imposing ritual.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'a Castoria
let up. To this one of (heir own number, Caiaphas, who was high priest
that year, said: Ye know nothing at
all, nor consider that it is expedient
for us that one man should die for the
people, and that the whole nation
perish not. These words of Caiaphas
teach some important truths regarding
Christ: First, the necessity of Christ's
death. The high priest contended
that it was necessary for one man to
die in order to save the nation. The
destruction whioh he feared would
overtake the Jewish nation was from
the Romans. Caiaphas gave expression tb one of the greatest fundamental
truths of tho bible, but he did it unintentionally. Sin had provoked the divine anger; justice muat be satisfied,
and sin could not go unpunished; it
was to avert this wrath from falling
upon mnn that it was necessary that
Christ should suffer and die; and it was
not for the Jewish nation only, but for
the whole world. Had Christ not
died, then tho whole rare of mankind
had perished; for the eternal justice of
God must stand and His law must be
vindicated. Christ bore our sins iu
His own body on the tree, aud now,
through Him, God osn pardon sin and
1 ive tho sinner. This truth spoken
by Caiaphas is one of the central truths
of tbo bible, although spoken by an
enemy; just as a Pharisee said: "This
man reoeiveth sinners and eateth with
them;" "Tho son of njnn came to
seek and to save that which was lost"
This, brethren, is tho essential, the
fundamental doctrine of the bible.
Take away this doctrine, and you take
away the sun from the firmament If
the substitutional work of Christ is
taken away, then "Ichabod" may be
written overall our churches, and on
the bible itself. It is the ground and
pillar of our hope. Without it there
would be no hope fur any of the sous
of men. This prophesy of Caiaphas
was that one mnn should die for the
Jewish nation. John adds this supplement : "And not for that nation
only, but that also he should gather
together in one the children of God
that are scattered abroad." The design of Christ's doath, then, was that
he Bhould gather in one all God's
peoplo that are scattered through the
earth. There is a sufficiency in the
atoning sacrifice which Christ has
mado for the sins of tho whole world,
and there is efficiency in the blood
which was shed for the cleansing away
of all sin. Thore is no Bin which may
bo placed on the black category of the
world's iniquity that the blood of
Christ cannot cleanse away. Ho is
ablo to save unto the uttermost; and
there is no limit to the invitation.
Thus we aee that Christ is able to save,
that Christ is willing to savo, and that
all aro invited. Remember there is
no Bhelter, no safety, for the soul but
under the covert of the blood. If
thus you are trusting to the finished
work of Christ, you are saved indeed.
Are you thus trusting ? Are you thus
saved 1 These are plain questions, but
wo should seek to answer them. "Other
foundations oan no msn lay than that
which is laid."
PERSONAL.
M. M. English is staying at the
Colonial.
Miss Cambio, of Vancouver, visited
friends in town  to-day,
Wm. C. Haywood of Richards, Hoy-
wood & Mackintosh is in town.
A. P. Black of Haywood A* Black,
Vancouver, arrived over from the ter*
minnl city this morning.
An Immense Catch.
The sealing schooner Kate, Mr. C,
Spring owner, Capt. N. Moss master,
arrived in port early this morning with
1,120 skins. The Kate left port in
December, 1888, and has met with no
accidents since that date. She brought
no news of the other sealers out, having spoken nothing since the Lily,
whioh arrived in only two days in advance of the Kate, The Favorite is
also on her way in with a good catch,
and may be expected any day. A few
outgoing schooners, the Mary Taylor
among them, were spoken a few days
ago on their way to tho northern
ocean. The Kato will discharge her
cargo and follow them.—Colonist.
Correct estimates of tho buildings
burned at the St Sauveur, Quebec,
firo are impossible to obtain, but is believed not to be less than 600 or more,
perhaps 700. The value of the property was 8800,000 with an insurance
ot not more than 8200,000. The story
of the discovery of Major Short's body
la painful in the extreme. Sergeant
Wallaek waa to have been married
next week. He wns a native of Guelph
and was only 28 years old. Colonel
Rhodes received a cablo despatch fmm
the Princess Louise and Lord Lome
expressing grief and asking lhat a
wreath be placed 011 Major Short's
coffin in their names.
TO DISPEL COLDS,
Headaches and Fevers, to cleanse the
system effectually, yet gently, when costive or bilious, or when the blood is im*
fiuro or sluggish, to permanently cure
inbitual constipation, to awaken the liver
and kidneys to a healthy activity, without Irritating or weakening them, use
Syrnp of Figs,
Metesroloflral leperl for Week KntHai
May IHlb. iHHt.
MAX.   MIN.   UAIN.
Sunday. flfl.0     51.0
Monday 6f,.0     W1.0    0.08
Tueaday iku     510    0,15
Wednesday 06.0     48.li    0.16
Thursday -. A80     620
Friday 61.0     48,0
Saturday 05.0     49.0    0.11
Cloudy; showers; (sunshine.   Cherries
and strawberries [veryearly]; river rising.
A. Hiele, Capt'n,
pAPTIiT CHURCH, Agnes Htreet,
P East of Hary Street. Xord's Day
Services at 11 sum. and 7 n.m. Sabbath
School amlBlble Class at 2:30 p. in. All
■eats free; strangers cordially welcomed.
—Rev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
ITbsnBfAy was Jlei.wa ist* her Castoria,
"When she was a Child, she cried for CMtorta,
When she beeaas Miss, shs clang to CMtoris,
Whsa the had Chlldwa, aht gav tbtan CMtcri*
TJOAKD OF TRADE. Board Room,
0 Oddfeliowa Brlok Block, upstairs
Counoil meets on the flrat and third Wed*
nesdey In each month.at -ip.m. Quarterly
meetings on the 32nd of Pod., May,, Ah-*.,
and Nov., at 7t80 p. m. New members
may be proposed and elected at any Quarterly meeting.—D. Robson, Sec.
PAOIFIO DIVISION.
Genl Superintendents Office.
CAUTION.
aWNBRS AND MASTERS OP VES-
sols and other Craft navigating the
ser River are cautioned to keep within
the Buoys painted Red and White, respectively, at the Mission Bridge, an during the construction of tho Bridge, navigation between ths banks of the River
and the Buoys Is dangerous, owing to piles
being driven there.
H. ABBOTT,
, General Superintendent,
Vancouver, a C„ 7th May, 1880. drayfito
-lifllTHODlBT OI1VHCH, Mury
SU. Street, Rev. J, H. White, Pastor.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. ra, Sunday
School and Bible Olaaa 2:80 p. in. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at 1,_0p.m. Scats
free; strangers cordially Invited,
§T. PAUL'S CHUItCll, John Street,
1 Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thomaa
addon, Pmtor. Services every Sunday
at II u. ni, and 7 P. in, Thursday ovenim*-,
at 7:30 o'clock. Heats free; all are cordial ly invited. Sunday School at 2:80 p. in.
A NY ORDERS LEFT WITH MR. J. D.
A RAK, Grocer, will be promptly filled
by D. MoPHADEN. dmyfflwl
WANTED--T0 RENT,
r OR tt-ROOMED HOUSE wlthlu ten
O minutes'walk ot Post-offloe.--RICHARD*, HAYWOOD 4 MACKINTOSH,
Heal Estate and Financial Agents, Colonial Building, Columbia St., New Westminster, B.O. ilmy20to
NOTIOE.
mHE UNDERSIGNED WILL RECEIVE
I    olTeis, up to Tuesday, May VSIh, 18K9,
for tho joint purchase of LOT 5, SUBURBAN BLOCK 12. New Westmlnater City,
containing 12 acres, nnd LOT 22, SUBURBAN BLOCK 5, New Westminster City,
containing 1 l-Ol-li acres.
Terms cash, Title guaranteed, The
owner reserve*- the right to accept or ro-
Jet-l any tender.
RICHARDS, HAYWOOD A
MACKINTOSH,
Real Estate and Financial Agents, Colonial Building, Columbia St., New West-
mint ter, B. t\ diny20td
g^rffiss
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and Strength Renewed, and
I of Ease and Comfort
Follows the nso of Syrup of Kge, ns i.
aots gently on the
Kidneys, Liver >T# Bowels
Effectually Cleansing the System -when
Coativo or Bilious, Dispelling
C61ds, Headaches and Fevers
and permanently curing
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION
-withont weakening or irritating tho or-
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or sale ln 75c bottles by all Leading
Druggists,
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Account Kilt'.- omce, Diocese of N.W.
City Auditors, 1880, lBttv and 1881.
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managed the watch-repairing departments of a fewof the best firms on tho continent of America, is a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship, Formerly manager for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate,
Montreal, Deo., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who did so
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you aro not hero to-day."
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D. S. CURTIS A CO.
AGENTS  B. LAURANOE'8   SPEOTAOLE8.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    ■    Oolumbia 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
DIRECT IMPORTERS ft DEALERS IN
■KI Or XX - a X- -A. S S
DRY GOODS
, —J_2S2Z>	
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER & SHADWELL.
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