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 Government Printinr cffi
YOLTTME G
NBW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 13, 1889.
NUMBER 89
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
A. 0. BRYDOME-JACK, M. A ,
NOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,
Ac,  Barrister of the New Brunswick
i Supreme Court.   Offlco   In tlie Hamloy
. Building, Columbia St., opposite ihe Colonial Hotel. dapgto
T. C. ATK1KSON,
BARM9TBR, BOIiIOITOR, Ae. onicea-
Mnsonlc Bulldln«, New-Westminster,
B. o. ■ dwto
\V. NllUAXAN. flUl*U. <*■ *-••.
BAHRISTHK-AT-LAW.L \Kl) AGENT.
Money to Loan. Offloo-OlarKBO-i St,
■ Mew Westminster, B 0. dtc
COKHVIlLD, McC'll-l, A St&XSSi
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, etc.  0111-
ons-Maf-onlc Buildings, New Westminster, nnd Vancouver, 11. C.        dwto •
JOSEPH G. GAYNOR, B.A.-LL.ll.
GOLD MEDALIST of tlio University of'
Dublin. UAKRISTBR-AT LAW of
tho High Court of Justine, Ireland. OfllceH,
Corner MeKoiusle A Clurksou Ht«„ New
"Westminster. dwfe2lto
G. W. UKANT,
AROHITEOT.  Office-Corner Mary and
Clarkson Stn„ Westminster,    dwto
CLOW * IUAULVHB,
ARCHITECTS.    Offloe—Room K. over
Bunk of B. 0.,ColumbiaStreot-West-
■ minster. .- . "lo
WILLIAM B. ICING,
A RCHITECT,BA*NITARYEN,,GrNEEIl)
A  Ac.   Removed to Armsironj-'.*; Block,
' Columbia Btreet,   WestmiiiaU'i-Boom
No.!*, dto
A. I'. COS WW,
DOMINION AND I'ltOVISCH.U. LAND
SUUVHYOH. Offlucs Room J).Bank
" Of RU. built! ill J*!, \V-.':-t.inilln'" -, U t..
LAND SU'-vr
TATE A- .-:.
Mnry A Olarkson
B. C.	
1EAL ESTATE Bin 'It Kit mul County
_\< Court Altont. ComniUsion'-r, Noiiiiy
Public, Ac. Rents collected. Offlce—•Mo-
KenaieStreet,New Westminster, B.0.
T. J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
Columbia Btrootj Now Westminster.
All commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best references
given when required. ihhia-M
TURNER, BEETON A CO.,
UTERCHANTS.    Wharf   St., Vloioiln,
1V1   Agents for iNoilh British nudMer-
cantilo Insurance Co. for Mnluland.   H.
' 0. Breton ft Co., 3(11'lnsbury Circus, Lon-
|don,E.*C.  dto
:
j   Real Estate Brokers nnd
Financial Agents.
i; AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life Association of
Toronto.
RoynL and Lnncnsliire Fire Insnrance Comi'iiiilr-*.
■•.Vat liable Lots for safe in llio City
nnd Distrl'-t of Weatmlnster! mul choice
Lots In the Cily of Vancouver.
_.   Porsons wishing to buy or sell cltyor
rural property should communicate with
J us.
|j Offices: Bank of B.C. building, opposite
T postofflce, Wcstmiustcr.aiul Hastings St.,
I Vuucouver. dwaplflto
RAND BROS.
pint I- ESTATE IlKOItBUB,
Conveyancers, Collectors,
And Insurance Agents,
pBHues ut
NEW WESTMINSKFER: Comer
McKenzie and Cmrfeson Sts.
VANnOUVEU, Cordova Street.
LONDON, Englavid.
f I RUILDINQ LOTS for saleln all sections
■if Vancouver and New Westmiiislor City.
1 FARM LANDS of superior quality for
. Liile at Olillllwhnok, Tort Hammond,
J Lnngley, Mat-squi, Sumns, Mnd Buy, IjuI-
K'ler'H Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
Y ind Pitt River.
L   Maps and Plans exhibited mul the full-
• jst information furnished at all ourofflces,
ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
f Civil Engineers, Land Surveyors _% Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
["FINANCIAL, SHIPPING & COMMISSION AQENTS
Nre* life A Marine Insurance,
[■'ColombiaSt., • Oiji'. Colonial Hotel
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
l/IIVI' PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
filjjl" tenllon to ull pi-ofcsslonal orders and
I *cnder their services (o residents and non-
liresidents havi tig Ciiy or Country Propoi ty
Via dispose of or desiring profit able Invest-
wment,
1 Our lists of eligible properties nre com-
jiroiionslvo and constantly receiving nddl-
itlons, and our favorable eastern connt-r-
itlona both In Canada and the Atlnullo
ritatenglve us unusual facilities for business.
.. Special attention will be paid to tho
rpurehase- and Inspeetlon of Lumber for
I-sblpmont to "oroigu ports. Tonnage char-
ttcrednnd general shipping business trans-
6 acted,
- Thanking our frionds both at home and
-Abroad for past favors, we beg to assure-
Ijtheiu that no oiTo li en our part will I"
lipared to Justify and maintain tin*
Dpleasant relations,
Ptyj
(Macphen
Of Ontario ami Han]    Uo,
hftve o',r,'ncil n
IH THE HOLBrtOaK DUCK,
I Columbia Street, 2 doors Bust
of Telegraph OIHcc.
Thoy liavo a comploto Bssnrtmolil of
ii ovoryililns usually fount! In a urst-blnss
I Drug Hun,', comprising purs und frcsli
DRUQS, OHEMIOALS,
PATENT MEOIOINES,
TOILET ABTI0LE8,
I ENGLISH, FRENOH AND  •
AMERIOAN PERFUMES.
Physicians'prescriptions ciu'eliiHy coin*
■ pouiitlstl tlay untl nfidit. tnnillm
[Plants for Sale!
AT THK
IM Gbcat Variety, i-.tt.uii!*,-o,
Gl'IRMCIBMH, Doublo and Mimic: FIT-
0IIIA8, all now varieties; H0SIS9,
Doublo PETONIAH, M0ON-l*[,0WBItSj
a fine collection of DAHLIAS limmod
varlotlsa). ANNUALH, 23 ots. per do..
Mixed BEDDING PLANTS, ll.ntl per doz.
OUT FLOWERS for sale,
Orders loft nt M. Sinclair's {Central Grti-
oer-*', will receive prompt attention,
dw.pSJ'1 V. LATIM*-.
Time Table!
THB HTJ5AMEK
ROBERT DUNSMUIR
LEWIS WESTMINSTER (or NANAI*
mo direct evory W-*dnm*laynt7o,m.
Loaves Nannlmo for Comox every Thursday nt 7a, m.  Returns to Nanaimo on
Krfdny.     ,,-■ ;
Leaves Nannlmo for Westminster evory
T HiAVIfiSVH^TXlNRTRnfat-NANAI*
.LJ mo every Snn-lar at 7 a. m,,tnuelitng
nt Vancouver nnd nil Intermediate ports.
Returns to Westminster Monday.
For' Pntattal Mil Paasenter Rates apply
to T. L. BftflHM, Agent 0, P. N. Co., or to
the Purser on bantu
dmhlte WM. ROGERS, Master.
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & sIeLF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of the Uw makes; Cross-cut & Hand-Saws,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and alt tyo ucooeoary Utensils for Flirillillgl
Pulley Blocks, Snntcli Blockk Rope & Chain in all sizes; PiteB,
Tar & OllkuiUI Tarred and Plain Fuller fnr llullilliig! Paints A Oils
inall colors; Liquid Pnints-iuall abulesi Floor Paints read; touse; Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper in .11 dosignsi Brooms A Brushes for all purposes;
Lnbrieatlnir Ollsi Traps of all '.descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,   ,,j
tr Speoial attention given to ordor. by mail.
T.MTi 'T"R^.*I="ES SO OO.,
dwjlySto
• Columbia Strset, Nkw Westmihstbr.
Tennis <& Baseball Shoes!
Among the.New Goods Just Opened by
GRANT  -ft   MACLURE
Columbia Slreetj Westminster, B. 0.
nAI.T. AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK EVEN IF ,YOU DO NOT WISH TO
Ij   buy.   ISon Ton Polish, French Dressing, and several of the best
kinds of I!00T-BLA(.'K1N(1 on hand. ,
•yOrtlt".1') by nihil ''.'ill receive prompt attention. tlwto
ew Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Chevidtts.
•ar.   Wi   MANSON's
MEEGHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street, • New Westminster.
lispfay of Millinery
 AT THE	
GLOBE HOUSE
Wednesday, April 3rd.
LATEST LONDON & PARIS FASHIONS.        m*.wm.rae"
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
Insurance and Financial
jBLQrlSiJ&T&m     ?
<o_r_?zc___im ■
NEW WESTMINSTER, ^WASfetfS.0.''
VANCOUVER,C0RN" 0-0RDOV^'!|D
ABBOTT JTREET8.
-AND—
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREE-.
LON DON, ENG. .ot cannon sr.
Farming Lands^Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia anil Front Sts,,
in central portion of tho oity; several
buildings hrlng good rent -322,000.00.
Lot 4, Block 7, noar Lytton Square,
011x132 ft?ot, fronting on Columbia and
VrontSLi.-^O.OOO.OO.
Cornor Lot on Colnmbla St., 33x80 feot-;
54,000.00.
Also—Lot and Bnildlug with stock of
Goods, ono of tho best business stands
in tho city.
Improved Residential Property
Lot IS, Blook 1,1; two houses rented at
paying fignros-84,600.00.
Houso and Lot oh Lorno St., near Col-
Ilinbin-$I2S0.00.
Lots 4, 6 4 0, Block 10; good houso,
garden, fto.; choloo residenco property
-*ffl,260.00.
Coruor Lot on Columbia St.; fenced antl
cleared-81500.00. '■
House and Lot on Columbia St.; one of
the finest residences in tho oity—S7,-
000.00,
House and Lot on Royal Avenue, noar
Douglas St.-*2,000.00.
Houso and 3 Lots, cornor Royal Avenue
and St, Patrick's St.; no better residenco sito in tho city-810,000.00.
1 sore, with 7 houses, near the l'»rk—
16,000.00. .
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Blook 28) comer lot on Agnes St.;
fino residence sito -81200.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avonno--$800.00oach.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Halifax Sts., near Clinton St.; Hue views
and welt situated—8.150.00, $37*1.00,
8M0 00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton--
$300.00. I! .  .   ..  •
Lot 0, Sub-Block 10; fine rcidenco lots-
$260.00.
Lots on Pclham St.; near Mary—$600.00
each,    ij.-ffr-,...!-;-!
Lot on Pclham St., noar St. Andrew's!
line sito-$600.00.
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne—
$350.00.   "•*?"■»
Lot tn St. Andrew's t)qnaro-$300.00.
Lot. in Block fronting on North Arn
road; finest on.no. ln Ms, market fo:
residenco or speoulatlon-$125,00 tt
$176.00.
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Blool
12-100.00 so $129.00.
Lot, iu Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Block
lH-SMO.OO each.
I A j   S   "'- I Af)
Lots in Woatnihister Addition at $16.00
to $60.00,
d-rMlilo
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Civic Officeeb.—Mayor, John Hendry;
City Clerk, D. RobHon; City Trensnrer,
Engineer, Ac, A. F.Cottoni Polico MiwIh-
Irate, T. 0. Atklnuon; Chief Engineer Fire
Department, T. Ackerman- AaslBtant, W.
W. Dickinson. '  *„
CoonT Officials.—Judge of the Supreme Court, Hon. J, F. McCrelglit: Regls-
trai, W. H. Faldlnsi Slierlff, W.J. Armstrong.
Provincial Offioeiih.— Government
Agent, Chas, Warwick; Heglsirnr of Titles,
It. W. Armstrong: Sunt, of Provincial
Atylum.Dr. H. I.Bentleyi Bursar of Asy-
lom, Jas. Phllllpsi Governor of Central
Prison, Wm. Moresby: Steward-RoyalColumbian Hospital, Chas, Dltfbys'Immigration Agent, Jno, Sprott; Coronor, W.
I). FerrlKi Kcglstnirof Mnrrlngo Licenses,
W. J. Armstrong. .     T „
Dominion Officials,—Postmaster, J. O.
Brown; Collector of Customs, J. S. Olute}
Warden of Penitentiary, A.H. McBride;
Dominion Lnnd Agent, if. B. W. Alkman;
Crown Timber Anent, T. ft. Higginson;
Inspector of KJsbedea, Thos. Mowat.
It; -it-JHKNTA-rivi-ii.-.'TiiiiM.ir, Dr. T It.*
Md ■■■!*.•■ rtj ir.msn r.t t.'".:r.r.;i;'..", Dona'd
Chi!'1 i--in, i'nivli'-.'.: i -. ilFlnuire,Cujit,
W.N. RoletQ.O,
MAILS OLOeB Atill ARRIVE.
ax. oss
For Can, Pac I^rDftily (except f'unrtjiy
and Mondny), n h'.;-:(*, !i,u! im Saturday
(for dlspiitfili Sunday) nt B2.
J ..r VM*' -. ' I . -■ •■-.'■ - ii 1'.i*..Om*
ces-Myiifia.v, li.-ir, 'fi^-'Uw. \i.:m Wed-
iio*;J..-.-. i."--; Thui -I...-. .-.T'.*. i: ... l-ii-
diiy,IL'.:n; :-'.iil.iiriliiy,ii:.-_)A lill).
For Vfuifuuvrr, Mor-avvll 1**, :''H* Moody
and ISui'i-iird lulu* -Mally ix:.'-' i»t Sun-
ayYat 9.16 & 12_f,0.  ■
For Llltluer'« Unuihr; :uut !m1* I:'i:illd--
Moutlny, I:». ■"-"*>: Tiinr.-.iiiy uml Mntiirday,
8,80.
For Clover V;il!i:y, 1'uli'n Priifrlo, Snrroy
Centra and Lnwalev Prnlrlo-Katurdtty,
9, -
For Elgin mul Mud liny-Hutu.-day, 12.45.
For Plumper's Pnsn—SaUirdny,19.90.
For Nanaimo (direct nmll)-Tuesday, 19.
■DTJB
From Can. Pnc. Ry.—Dally (except Saturday) nt 14.111. i
From Victorin-Monday, !): Wednesday
nod Friday, lfl; Tuesday, Thursday and
Snturdny, 12.30.
From -/ancouver, Moodyvllle1, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlet—Dully (oxcept Sunday) at 16; and on Tuesday, Thnradny
and Snturuay nuldillouul) nt vl.30.
From Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island
-Monday, 0: Wednesday & Friday, ltt.
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prairio and
Lnngley Prairie-Friday, 10,
From Klgln and Mud Buy—Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Pass—Friday, 16.
From Nannlmo (direct mall)*-Saturday,
15,
'   POST. OFFICE HOURS:
General Delivery from 9 to 10 (7 p. m.),
Tuesdays*Thursdays nnd Saturdays* Oto
'9, Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday*-—
xceptwben malls are oolng sorted.
Money Order * Savings Bank.—Daily
—0 a. m, to 4 p. ta., and from 0'to 7 on
Saturday evettln-js.
Absolutely Pure*
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and whol esomen ens. Moro
economical than the ordinary kinds, und
cannot be sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold onlyln cans.
Royal Baking PoWDauCO,,lWWall6t.-
New York. 3fcly
FOR   SALE.
ADIHTQQIPT'B  STOCK   0?   DlWi.t-
I'tilcilt  Medial.,f    .'. ; I Suntlrli'f.-
Applytri HKNitVV. KOMONK1.
UJalOlc
. TO RENT.
ACANNUKV AN15 SAT.TRHYsituated
onSubillvlairm I.ol« r,*(l ol lat 14,
I'lockO.   Awlyto
UENHY V. EDMONDS,
dnoll" Land Agont.
"^SEaONP-HANDr~
'()
+_%
•p. -WAnB,
Mnnufncturcr of A Denier in
Marble and Granite!
Monuments, Headstones, Mantles and
Furniture Marble  furnished nt
Reasonable Prices.
pi-sl-,'11*- upon npptli-atlon.   A trlul solicited, HatUfactlon guimtntcoil.
Oppenheimer St., cnr. Columbia Ave.,
Vimrmivrr, H.V. diiililt'inl
so 09.
Re?al  Estate,
INSURANCE.
 AND	
Financial" Agents
Purchase Sell and lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Buslneu relating to
Real Estate.
',     —AOENTSFOR—
London Asiurwee Oor portion.
Conneellcot Fire Iniurancc Co. or
,*  nartfbrd.
london and Lnncashtro Ufo Assurance Oo.
Canton Insurance Oflco,T-d.{Mnrlne)
OKFICESi
Columbia St., New Westr.
41 Government St., Victoria
^'"ftwrtttn"'  '
. SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY.
Dr. Tero, of "Vienna treats rheum-
atiara with bee-stings, In 173 cases
39,000 stings were inflicted. THe
pain fa much less to the rheumatics
than tlio same operation would lie to
healthy porsons,
An espalier pear-tree nt Pollet,
France, was planted iu 1580, and
is now the oldest in Europe. It
spread:' 100 feet, its stem is three
feet through, and it still bears 3000
to 4000 pears yearly.
A laboratory intended muinly for
the study of baoteri'a in milk 'is. to
be established in Berlin. Infant
mortal:ty i i l;u< p   be   largely
clue r.vn.,i milk,   which
cu.nl ,,,.'.■ by destroy-
ing t-*        ti ■
Du the last fifteen years the
num':- ■ i species of deep-sea tir*hes
I'.nov,,. has boen increased from
o-poii;(, 30 to about 370. From
depllii' between 100 and 300 fathoms,
232 special are now known; from
300 to 500 fathoms, 142 species; nnd
from 2000 to 2900 fathoms, 23 speo-
ie.-s.
Arlificini cofl'ee-benns t're a curiosity of the German market. Thoy
arc mndo from roasted grain flour,
with an addition of dexterine or
similar substance, ahd the counterfeit is only detected by a critical
examination. Two establishments
oiler for sale outfits olaimed to make
from 1000 to 1200 pounds of these
bean3 each per day.
Lukaii Influexck on tiie Oom-
pass.—After careful investigation,
M. Ligner, tlio Austrian meteoro-
logiat, has become assured that the
moon affects the magnetic needle.
Tlio disturbance is especially noticeable when the moon is near the
earth, when she is passing to flrst
or last quarter, reaches its maximum
when the moon is in tho plane of
tho equator, and is greater during
the northern declination.
Rapid Cremation.-—A French
crematipnist, Af. Guiohard, has been
striving to make tbe incineration of
bodies'ns rapid us possible. A late
test of his improved process gave
evory satisfactory results, the carcass of a large sheep in a wooden
case being reduced to ashes in forty
minutes, without perceptible odor
or smoke. He employs coal gas, of
which jets are directed on the body
by means of strong pipes.
Aristotle divided matter into four
olemonts; and chemists a few yean-
ago recognized about seventy primary substances as making up the
universe. Tho latter view is now
in turn outgrown, for, as Prof. J.
P. Cooke states, the recent study of
the rarer earths leaves us in doubt
whether wo have an indefinite number of elements, or only one under
unnumbered manifestations; and
spectrum analysis indicates that
many of our elements are decomposed
in the sun and fixed stars.
Ax IaiPBOYnb Propeller.—A
French engineer, M, Gouilly, claims
to "have mado a very important discovery in the propulsion of steam-
vessels, by whicli tho speed may be
grentlvincrea*.'''. ti improvement
com*i>r .in ■ ■■ the  screw   to
revoh   in a  ■ terminating
in n      ■■ i. ■    fining toward
tin .   Tl   ■.:,_■■_■ is affirmed to
i, i ::.£ n. tl i] force of propul-
iie dead-point, increasing
Cun *;;.. C-. of a small boat one-third,
•*.*■ f-lio-.vn by over a thousand experiment.-; with more than thirty different screws.
The'Laughing Plant—A plant
whose seeds produce ellects analogous to those of laughing gas is
mentioned by Falgravo us belonging
to Arabia. Two varieties are known,
ono attaining a height of three tb
four feot, with woody stems, wide-
spreading branches, and light green
foliage. The seeds are black, resembling a Fronch bean in sizo and
shiipe, and havo n sweet taste, a
flavor somewhat liko opium, and a
sickening odor. Small doses of
tho pulverized seech givo rise to
peculiar manifestations. The person
laughs boisterously, sings, dancrs,
nud cuts up all kinds of fantastic
capcis. Tho excitement continues
about an hour, when the subject
falls into a deep sleep of on hour or
moro, nnd awakens utterly uneou-
scious of his late ridiculous
behavior,
Sand-Drifts.—Dry, loose sand,
wherever it occurs, is constantly
being shifted by the wind, and often
buries cultivated lands, buildings,
and forests, On the shores of
Lake Michigan are drifts 100 feet
deep, and those of Cornwall reach
300 feet in depth, while the drifts
of the (M Desert are 40 miles long
and 900 feot high in places. On
tho shores of the Bay of Biscay the
drifting sand travels inland 16 feet a
year, in parts of Denmark 24 feet,
and in Southern India 17 yards, ln
smiio places walls and barriers of
vegetation have been created to
stop the destroying drifts. Fine
sand is taken up to a great height
in tho air, and deposited many miles
away. In 1882 Iceland waB visited by a remarkable sand-storm,
lasting two weeks, which hid the
sun and objects a few yards off like
a dense fog, and caused the death
of thousands Of sheep  nnd  horses.
THESAMOAN DISASTER
Full Particulars of the Terrible
Disaster and How the Wav-
sihps were Wrecked.
Mataafa's Men Work Bravely to
Save Stores, hut Refuse to
Obey a German Order.
Tho Fruit Crop of California Promises a Yield 25 Per Cent. Better than Last Year.  .
An ordor in counoil hns been pnued
extending tho timo for homesteading
in tho railway bolt in British Columbia to the 1st January, 1801, and increasing the price of lands in the belt,
which'are sold for agricultural pur-
pi'sea without conditions of settlement,
fwmW.WtoWpwi.cr*.    •      ■
Till*   LATE DISASTEU.
Svonry, April 13.—The Gorman
warship Olga arrived here from Samoa
to repair dumages sustained iu the recent hurricane at Samoa, which sank
her companion ships the Eber and Adler and the American vessels. Tho
Olga'a damages are slight. Sho has on
board the commander, two officers and
thirty of the crew oE the Adler.
The steamor Rock ton was chartered
by admiral Kimberley and wiU start
immediately for Samoa to convey tho
crews of the American war ships Trenton and Vandalia to San Francisco,
The steamer Lubeck, wliich left Apia
April 2nd, reports the Nipsic badly injured and it is very doubtful if she will
be able to return to America. The
Lubeck also reports that a largo number of bodies of the seamen drowned
on board the ill-fated vessels wero recovered. The bodies were buried at
Apis. The Lubeck brought to Sydney
tho officers belonging to theEber. They
will proceed to Germany in the str.
Hapsburg. Three officers and 75 men
will be left at Apia to guard the interests of the Germans.
The captain of the Olga roported the
Nipsic lost her rudder and propeller in
tho hunicane. The Trenton lies on
the reefs full of water, and German
ship Adler lies in the some position.
full particulars.
San Francisco, April 13.—The str.
Alameda arrived from Sydney, via
Apia, Samoa, and Honolulu this morning. At Apia tho str, took off 42 of
tho ship-wrecked officers and seamen
of the U.S. war vessels, all at Honolulu to bn brought up by the str.
Umatilla. The Alameda brings details of tho terrific hurricane whioh
occurred at Apia on tho fifteenth of
lost month. Early in the morning tho
German war ship Eber was driven on
a reef nnd broke in pieces in a few
minutes, one officer and four men being
saved and 75 drowned. Shortly
afterwards the German war ship Adhr,
a veiy hoavy vessel, was lilted, high
out of the water by the great waves
on the reef. Twenty of her men
were killed or drowned. The U.S. ship
Nipsto next followed, but by skilful
management of tho captain and officers
she waa beached on the sand; seven of
tho men jumped into tho water and
were drowned, but would have been
saved had thoy stuck to the ship.
Shortly before the accident the German ship Olga collided with the Nipsic, carrying away her smoke Black
and several of her boats. Her smoke
stack being broken off, tho. furnaces
would not draw to keep a full head of
steam un. Had it uot been for this
the Nipsic, which has powerful engine?;
might have rode out tho gate safely.
At latest advices the Nipsic had been
Bucecsst'uly floated to her old anchorage and will be sent to Auckland or
Sidney to bo repaired. Joslj^.bcforo
tho Nipsic was beached, tlio Vahdnlia
collides with both the British ship Cal-
Hope and tho Olga. and was codsider-
nbly damaged. The Calliope then
steamed out to sea and returned a fow
days later having suffered little dam-
ago, Capt. Sohoonmaker of the Vandalia headed his vessel for share- and;
in endeavoring to reach the sandy
beach struck the reef and filled. The
captuin, paymaster, lieutenant of
marines and m .uy others wero washed
overboard. The vessel was completely
submerged and all handB had to tako
totheiiggiug, Sho lost her cptain,
three officers and SO seamen and marines. The U. S, ship Trenton, with
Admiral Kimberly aboard had her fires
extinguished by tho seas and drifted
about, finally striking the Olga. Tho
bow of tho latter opened a large breuoh
in the Trenton, and the next minute
she wrs aground, a bad wreck, Two
hundred and fifty Samoans from King
Mitoafca camp and the men-of-war
sailors worked all day saving property
on tho Trenton, nnd several Samoans
and sailors were also engaged working
on the other wrecked vessels. Tho
Olga, whioh was the last vessel left
afloat in tho harbor, mado headway
•jr-aitiat the soa for a short timo
and finally beached iu a good place
and los. none of her men.
Capt,* Morse said the matter can bent
bo summed up in this way. Tho German men-of-war were waiting to protect Tamasese whilo the Americans
wero thero looking tutor our interests,
and to see that nothing went wrong
in regard to Mataafa and neither of
them panted to go first. The English ship having no ties of that nature
to bind her, and having a vastly superior steaming power slipped her
cable and got out in the teeth of tho
hunicane. Itwasavoiy terrible affair, but Mataafa did all in his power
to render assistance to both Gormnns
and Americans. Aftor the disaster ho
was called upon by tho Germans to
assist in saving their boats, and replied:—"I do not purposo to assist
you ih saving your ships to bombard
my people after thoy are ssfo, but I
will do nil in my power to save life,"
which he did in a herioo manner. "I
suppose by this time, from what I
learned at Apin, that Tsmaseso hsd in
sll probability been captured and his
head taken off. Admiral Kimberly is
in charge of the American interests at
present with 6C3 men in his command,"
RATHER POl'llTFUL.
New York, Apiil 13.—Tho Bteam-
ship Island, of Thingvalla, was sighted
off the lightship this aftornoon. Pas
sengor agent Rath immediately started
down the hay to meat tho Island on
arrival at Quarantine. Ho is sanguine
she has on board tho passengers and
crow of the Denmark.
prominent l'L-'oru:.
New York, April 13.—Among tho
prominent persona sailing for Europo
to-dny are MoBt-rs. Kassuu, riiclps and
Bates, of Samoan- commission, ex**
mayor Abram, S. Hewitt -ft Co., John
A, Macaul, hy tho Etruria; professor
V. Riley of tho agricultural depart*
ment, Amelia Rives, ex-secrotary
Chandler, Lord and Lady Winford, a
detachment of U. S. marines who are
to guard the American exhibits at iho
Paris exposition, by the Gancoigue.
A WRECK   SOLD.
San Francisco, April 13.—The
wreck of the str. Yaquina Bay, which
went ashoro at Yaquina a few months
asro, \\;\s sold at auction to-day for
S'300. Tho steamer originally cost
§150,000.
OFFI0HJ13  DIS&nsSED,
Sax Fh.vnCisco, April 13,—Custom
Huu*.e Oilicci's 0. H. Westputb and
Dniiiul Y). (iiilloglier havo boen summarily 'li-jinisBed from tho customs
service by Collector linger. Wcsteott
and Gallagher wore suspected of having been connected with tho rcoent
smuggling steamer Arabic, which waa
afterwards captured at Tannery in
south Sari Francisco by Deputy Surveyor For.-nrty.
JEALOUSLY AND MURDER.
Lot-Angeles, Cal., April 13.—This
afternoon in the roar part of a bagnio,
a blacksmith nnmed John Bryan and a
French woman were found both shot
through the head.- The woman is
dead and Bryno is not-expected to live.
It is supposed that he murdered hor in
a fit of jealously, and then shot, himself.
warning to boys.
SACREitEKTO, April 13.—Shortly
after noon'to-day a boy named Joo.
Sink, aged ten years, tho son of a railroad engineer, attempted to climb up
on n moving freight train, when he
lost his hold and fell beneath the
wheels. His head and left arm were
eut completely off and carried some
distance from the body.
increased fruit export.
San Francisco, April 13.—California's export of deciduous fruits this
year will amount to about 2200 cars,
or over 25 per cent, more than last
year. Reports from various parts of
the state indicate that the season is an
exceptionably favorable one, and that
nearly every kind of fruit promises a
heavy yield.
HAYTIEN AFFAIRS,
New k'OEK, April 12.—Advices
from Hayti by the Bteamer Delta,
which arrived to-day, state that fighting took placo on March 28th at. a
point between St. Mare nnd Gonainos,
and that damage by earthquake was
occasioned at lJort Despair on the
Bamo day, many houses being wrecked
and several pcr-ion-i injured, but no
lives wore lost.
STILL IN DOUBT.
The Fate of the Steamship Denmark aud Her 700 Passen- -
gers Still in Doubt.
Tho Late Duchess of Cambridge's
Funeral Took Placo To-day.
Few Notables Present.
Oj'ttter Harbor Coal Compnny.
The second Diamond Drill of the
Oyster Harbor Coal Company has been
placed in position and is now in active
operation. Mr. Botldy has now two
powerful drills at work prospecting
this new coal field. The second bore
is situated about a mile and a half
from the bore. Work is being energetically pushed at both bores, as it is
tho intention of the company to speedily and thoroughly tost their ground.
Free Press
lilllooi't Mliies.
I A e-'i'i-espoudent wvUing from Ll-
loout says: Tho weather if delightful
nnd tlie prospects for a busy season in
milling better than for years. A Van*
pouver c6mp{i.ny have leased 3,700 foet
of Ciyoosh Oreek, about four miles
below tlu famous Bonanza Ledge, and
there i* no doubt but they will be well
paid for their enterprise; active operations commenced a fow weeks ago. If
this should prove n success no doubt
other leases will be asked for, as the
next, four miles above are supposed to
be equally as rich, but perhaps moro
expensive to work. The Bonanza
Quartz Co., have completed their ICO*
foot tunnel and closed down for a
week er two. Somo very rich seams
of quartz were struck in running iho
tunnel, but the main ledge has not yet
been reached, but I learn tho indications are very favorable that tho vein
is closo at hand.—-Times
The Ottawa limber K ton.
Says the Times: Mr. D. McLaren,
senior member of tlie McLaren-Ross
Lumber Company, of Ottawa, has gone
north to examine the lumber resources
of tlio coast. In company with Mr. M.
King, he left yesterday to visit tho
lumber regions of the north, and tho
trip will be of two week's duration, in
which extensive examinations will be
mrde, rs to the ex'.ent of British Columbia's lumber supply. It is understood that the prime object of Mr. McLaren's visit to the Pacific province ia
tho establishment of a lumber manufacturing company to bo known as the
North Pacific Lumber Co., and with
that object iu view ho will make ox*
tonsivo observations, not only as regards tho supply, but as to tho best location for the erection of saw mills and
tho manufacture of lumber. As far ns
tho building of mills goes, Mr. McLaren thinl'B that itwould bo tn tho beat
advantage of nil tho manufacturers of
luuiborto havo their milli in somo
central place, whero tlio prohloiu of
procuring a plentiful supply of Inbor at
a*' so'isoiis would bo easily solved.
The I i-iispp l-'Mieiicrt.
A rivor fishery liko that of the
Frasor, if left without official regulations, might bo soriously damaged;
and it is hard to givo general satisfaction by any regulations that may be
proposed. The government it seems,
has been asked to limit tho number of
tisliing boats, o i this river, to 600.
But thii does not suit tho canneries, uf
whioh there aro 15; they say that tho
proposed limit of boats would leave
them without a sufficient supply of fish
for thoir business. The fish seek tho
rivers in whioh to deposit their spawn,
nnd the caso of the goose that lays tht
golden egg requiring a reasonable
measure ot protection applies here.
Thore must bo somo limit tn tho obstruction of breeding milium, < v the
fishoiy may be in danger of Buff-jring
serious diminution. It may bo that
tho number of tish in tlio e(,a cannot
bo sensibly (.muni-shed by pitf mode
of fialiing theioiii, f>utf experience
slioxft that tho ru lu would not hold
go-ados to river fishing. Still, oven
here, moiv dam-go ii dono by sawdust
aud (ilher im-unities throwp into
rivers than by fishing. The Fraser
Rivor salmon fishery is exceptionally
valuable, and on that account the
necesoity of preserving it is the more
imperative. Canners themselves, if
they look beyond the present, must
admit this.—Mo-iefnri/ Times,
The Ladles aro Declared Ineligible
to Sit in the London
County Council.
UOUDTFUL FATE,
New York, April 13.—There is
absolutely no news this morning of
the abandoned steamer Denmark.
Muny anxious callers crowded the
offices of French, Edyo & Co., the
agents, but all left depressed and sorrowful. Shipping oircles express the
belief tbat all the passengers and orew
are safe ou the other steamer.
TUB ILLFATED   PASSENGERS.
London, April 13.—It ie now definitely learned there wero on board -
the steamer Denmark 628   passengers
and 54 officers and crew.
TUD LATE DUCHESS,
London, April 13.—A funeral servico was held to-day in tho private
chapel at St. James palace over the remains of the lato Duchess of Cambridge. Tho Dukes of Cambridge,
Teck, Mecklenburg snd Strelity and
tho Princess Mary, daughter of the
late duchess, wore present. The suite
of the late duchess followed the hearse
under the escort of the life guards.
The r-nnaiiif- were taken for interment
to Kew.
WOMEN ARE   INELEOIBLE.'
London, April 13.—The judges of
the court of tho queen's bench to-day
bunded down the decision that women
are ineligible to serve as members of
the London county council. This de*
cision renders the election of Lady
Sandhurst to tho council void. The
county council has taken an appeal to
the higher court against the   decision.
'      SAILED. FOR WASHINOTON.
London,    April    13.—Sir Julian
Puuncefort, British   minister  to  tho
United States, sailed  to-day.
hoolanqbr's trial.
Paris, April 12,—The senate as- i
Bembled to-day for tho trial of General
Boulanger and others. Tho president
of tho senate read the dooree constitut- .
ing the senato a tribunal for the trial.
Sonator Qucsnay then rtadtho charges
against General Bhulanger, M. Roclm-
tort aud Count Dillon, imd the grounds
for the trial. Tho so-sslon then became a secret ono and l,ho public with*
drew.
IiirEUIAL PARLIAMENT.
London, April 12.—In the ht'USQ
of commons Professor James Stuart,
(Gladstouian) asked Mr. Balfour
whether the circular sent to the Irish
police, directing them to furnish information into tho doings of tho league
wero designed to aid the Times in its
case before tho Parnell commission,
Mr. Half our replied that he had mndo
it a rule to neither admit nor deny any
allegations that might be made in regard to the alleged secret circulars.
Mr. Parnell demanded that the chief
secretary should make a straight answer to the question put to him. Mr.
Balfour's refusal to explain implied
that an explanation involved something he was ashamed of. (hear, hear.)
The uso made of the circular, he continued, proved that the government
was not neutral towards the commission, but were prosecutors behind the
Times. Mr. Psrnell also referred to
tho use of the battering ram toforcoevio-
tionsinDonegal. He protested that their
use was not only an act of cruelty, but
barbarity. Mr. Balfour ignoring Mr.
Parnell's demand for a straightforward
answer to Mr. Stuart's question said
that the uso of the battering rams was
necessary, as the persons to be evicted
had in almost overy cose erected within their doors an elaborate barricade .
with the intent to hinder the officers
of the law in the performance of their
duty. Sir W. Vernon Harcourt described the policy of Mr. Balfour's as
one of extermination. Tho government's remedy to alleviate tho sufferings of tho Irish tenants was to level
the houses of the poor to the ground.
Mr. Gosohon declared that tho Parnellites were responsible for the existing
state of affairs. Tho evictions occurred not because tho tenants oould not
pay their rent but because they would
not It seemed to him that Sir W.
Vernon Harcourt preferred that tho
heads of the polico should bo battered
rather than that the doors of the tenants' houses should be opened upon
the demand of the law.
It. €. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fund.
For the purpose of raising a fund to
contribute towards the patriotic and
worthy object of making the next annual provincial fair, to no held in this
city, a grand and unprecedented success,
tho undersigned agree to contribute tho
sums opposite their respective names (to
be paid Into tho association or to trustees
competent to receivo the same, on or before 0 months from the dato of tbe last
provincial exhibition, nnd to bo applied
to proparlng exhibition grounds and
buildings in tho city, for increasing the
amount offered in prizes, and for furthering tho exhibition in other ways):
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Children Cryfor Pitchor'sCsstoria
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THE   DAILY    COLUMBIANlthus mistakes might arise. It should
-•ut-Mt-nK!. Seal ways bo borne in mind, continues
tewtty ABetmeen eir*»t S-tt.titj,        the paper, tbat thn color blind judge
bt the jf color by tho intensity of tho light
s-BOX-axiziS, ilone, and that turning u white light
up or down represents to them different colors. With regard to this,
Dr. Wilson, of Edinburgh, is quoted
is follows: "How often it must fall
to the lot of engine drivers to watch
lamps through an atmosphere which
will convert the safety signal (white)
nto a danger signal, completely
liter the color of the lantern signal
green), and so darken the danger
signal (red) as to render it invisible,"
Dr. Joy Jeffries, of Boston, further
remarks: "In the even slightly color
blind these changes will be intensified, and to the completely color
blind, his only moans of distinguishing the signals will be gone, viz., the
lifierence of tho intensity of the
ight." The writer of the paper, Dr.
Etyerson, proposes the very reasonable
remedy that proper and scientific
;ests should be periodically, and in
.01110 cases frequently, applied, and
that all railroad employees of particular classes found to be affected
with color blindness should be removed to positions where the color
sense is not essential to the perform-
nice of their duties. This, it is
urged, ia equally in the interest of
the  travelling   public, the railroad
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Payment In all canes (except for weekly
rata) to be made lu advance.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
lN-m<*d every W«dnfi.day Morning.
I iHilvereil in tbe City, per year. .$3.01
dulled, perye.'.i- - *. 2.01
dulled, fl months »» 1-
gitilB glritialt dulambian
tal.rdw D.f.l.S. April 13, SUSS.
Tlm Grim Reaper lias tlirust in
his sickle again, and removed an.
other prominent landmark. The old
pioneers are izohig ono by one, and
British Oolumbia will soon be in the
hands of the newer generation Tho
stalwarts who have bomo tlie burden
and heat of tiie day, incident to the
early sixties and sinro, will bo mere
memories when the Paciiic province
shall  be reaping in full what they
hav. contributed more or less tolPauthorities anil shareholders, and of
SOW. These are mournful considera-Mtho men themselves. The following
tions, but tbo universal taw must beHdecIaration is also laid down, and
obeyed, and happy are thoso who.Ocannot very well be dissented from:
thus passing away, "live again, inl"The officials of a road that, through
minds made better by their pres ^carelessness or other cause, allow a
ence." The noblest memories arenoolor blind engine driver to run an
not always those bequeathed to theHengine, should, in the event of a
world by publio or prominent menjBfatal accident, be held guilty of man-
but it is with such principally thaiKlaughter. Should injury or death to
the press has to do. FoliowingPa passenger resulting from an acci-
almost immediately on the death offldent bo found to have arisen from
Hon. A. 0. Elliott, at San Fran-Mcolor blindness of an official of Uio
cisco, on Tuesday last, who was pre-Utrain, heavy damages could bu ob-
mier and attorney-general of Britishffltaiiied from the company on whose
Columbia between the years 1876ggroad the accident occurred, because
and 1878, and had been othorwisejultlie accident would be recognized as
identified with the publio history ofnlpreventable." Dr. Ryerson points
the province since 1860, comes thclPout that in many of the European
announcement of tlie sudden and countries, and in some of the Ameri-
unexpected demise, yesterday after- ean states, tests for color blindness
noon, at Victoria, after a brief ill-   in the case of railroad employees are
ness, of the Hon. Robert Dunsmuir,
president of the council This announcement will carry a shook and
a sense of  loss with it, not only in
and influential life, but throughout
the length nnd breadtli of tho prov.
londucted by government, while in
Canada theso examinations have
been and aro entirely in the hands
of the companies, and, in conclusion,
the immediate vicinity of the centre   gives it as his belief:    1. That the
of the deceased gentleman's active   zolot tests, as mado on railways in
Canada at present, are imperfect,
2, That danger arises to thu public
ince, where he has been known moresfrom this cause.    3. That it is un
or less by reputation and by businessBently necessary that this danger be
connections. Wider still, as one ofjj
the wealthiest mon of the DominionT
he has been known as "the coalS
king" of Ihe Pacific coast, nnd then
news of his death will be the subject!
ibviated by the proper elimination
I the color blind from among the
iployeos. 4. And that llio men
ihould be re-examined periodk-ully,
,nd more, particularly after severe
of newspaper paragraphs over theHUncss. Dr. Ryerson proves hi
wholo continent. Mon rarely, ifK'aith, sincerity, and earnestness
ever, tumble into positions of wenithMin his self-imposed task in
and influence- if they do, thoy arewho public interest by mnk-
very likely to tumble out again—Jjling the following generous oiler:
and tho fact of Mr. Dunsmuir at-|l"I am so convinced of the correct-
taining and holding the position tliat|njness of my opinion, that I am wil-
he did, and conducting his niuinmotlijjjling to examine here from five liun-
husiness and speculative undertak-Hdred to one thousand engine drivers,
ings successfully, marks him as uPfircmen, brakemen and signal or
man of more than ordinary businessHpointsmen, free of all cost, provided
capacity aud executive ability. 'iiHthat they are not specially selected,
his comparatively short publicB-nd on this condition: that if I find
career he displayed the same quali-Bone per cont. or upwards of color
ties. Personally, thoso who knewlblinds, I shall be paid by the com-
him best pay tho most sincere tri-Mpany for my servioes at a rate to be
bute to his memory; and while hisjjjagreed upon beforehand. If I do not
strong individuality, and his business|8iind this percentage of color blind-
interests, brought him occasionallyjj|ncss, I am to receive nothing. Tho
in conflict with his fellows, his deal-Hcolor blindness will be proved to be
ings would appear to have been con-ftnch to the officers of lhe company."
trolled by a native and canny senseHlt is to be hoped that, as a.resul, of
of uprightness. Those who havefflDr.Ryerson's devoted researches and
differed with him on some subjeots,H|nboi's in this important matter, the
in life, will have nothing for lhe governmental and railway author!
deud "coal king" but words of
eulogy and respect, and the place
which Hon. Robert Dunsmuir has
occupied in private, business, and
political circles in this province will
indeed be hard to fill.
' G. Sterling Ryerson, M.D., O.M.,
L.R.C.S. Edit]., professor of ophthalmology in Trinity Medical col
lege, Toronto, has prepared an interesting paper on "Color Blindness,"
as affecting railroad employees particularly, which was read at the
Canadian Institute, Toronto, at a
meeting in February last. From
this paper we gather the following
particulars i Color blindness may be
either total, in which tho faculty
of perceiving colors is absolutely
wanting, and where the visual sense!
consequently can only perceivo tlie
difference between darkness and
light, as well as the different degrees]
of intensity of light; or partial, in
which the faculty of certain perceptions of coior, but not of all, is wanting, Partial color blindness is found
, naturally sub-divided again into com-
piete blindness with respect to a
certain range of colors, and incomplete, where an imperfect sensibility
to certain colors is present. The
causes of color blindness are given
a. congenital defect, heredity, severe
illness or injury, particularly to the
spine and hoad, excessive smoking
and drinking. So far as tosts have
been made, all nations have shown
a certain percentage of coloi
blind persons, even the North Amor
icn Indians. The ratio of color
blind to population is placed nt from
two to thirteen per cent., so that on
an average ono in every twenty-livi
il so affected. The object of thi
piper is to show the constant dangei
of accidents that must arise from
having completely or partially coloi
blind employees on railroads, In thi
capwityof engine drivers and firo
Ben, pointsmen, conductors, signal
men and station masters, and to
urge, in the interest of the greater
oonserT.tion of life and property,
that proper tests should be applied
ud all color blind employees eliminated from such positions. It ii
pointed out that experience and ex-
ties may be led to give the question
that consideration which it demands,
ind to exercise the necessary precautions in the public, interest.
Children Cryfor Pitcher's
Street Watering I
TENDU.RB WILL BE RECEIVED AT
Uio City Clerk's oflice nn toflp. in. on
MONDAY, IBM) Inst., for watering Columbia and Front Streets. Conditions of the
'urvlc*! requirt-il mny be nsceitalned on
uppllcntlon to Alderman Curtis. The low-
-il or nny lender not ner-eslnrlly accept oil.
renders to bn Healed and endorsed '■Ton-
tier for Slreet Watering."
D. ROBSON,
City Clerk.
Now West,, April 8,1880. dapMd
TO CONTRACTORS
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED UP
to 12 o'clock noon on MONDAY tho
llutli Inst,, for
ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS
> the Building on Markol H'-iiare. to r-on-
Ivert IL Into City Mull ana nincos for the
IMunlolpal Corporation.
Plans and specifications id inyofflco.
The lowest or any tender not necer-Hn*
lly nccepted.
By order of the Board of Works,
0. W. GRANT,
Architect.
New West., Aplt 0,1880. -InplHd
Lime! time!
Tho Undersigned   Keeps Cfliisl'intly
on Hand n
W.   E.   DICKINSON,
O.P.N,WHA.HF,   -   WESTMINSTER.
dmhSfllo
M.A.McRAE
Merchant lailor
UEA1ITIFUI. 1UXOEOF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Cheek
SSL^JEnsfi mn J mum
tkt it leMt red lights oh raiiroads
FOB SPRING AND SUMMER.
Some roid. had discarded green and
used only red.   Form oould not be
substituted for color at night, a. thi
rapid movement df the train .Hen    Sdu-iuu St.,  -'N.w Wisimm-rin.
the »*-pe»r»nee of the tight*, -md
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Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTURER OF
tm>l\U SHEET-IRON WARE.
CONTRACTS FOR
Iron Cornice Work, ('ns-'ittinff,
Plumbing, Itooiin-r, «*c
Hydraulic Engineer.
APPLICATIONS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the undersigned for tlie above position to the city of New Westminster np
till () p. m.,20lli Inst, Credentials must
accompany tho application.
E. ft. SCOULLAR,
upiatd      Chnirman Water Committeo.
excursion q
rateO
'pO PARIS EXPOSITION, AND LOW-
X est rates by all steamship Hues to
and from Great Britain, Scandinavia nnd
Europe generally.
Now it Mm time to secure berths.
K, F. ANDERSON, Agent.
daplSm I Now Westminster, B. O.
Unit
[RtMOVED FSOM 8MNI0H Tj'VloioslAl
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
ilmliSOmS VICTORIA, Ii. 0.
D. MePHADEN,
BusE't Bum Blook, Columbia Sisiet,
OFFERS FOR SALE  '
A Full Stock of Ferry A Co.'s
Field|Garden Seeds
Red, White and Alsike Clover
Seeds..
Timothy, Rye,  Lawn and Blue
Grass Seeds.
AI,S0-FIRBT-CI,A8S STOCK OF
GROCERIES ^PROVISIONS
COFFEE roasted nnd ground on the promises.
Choice lot of IMPORTED TEAS.
«B. Alt Gooils sold nt lowest prices and
del Ivcred free to nl I pai ts of the city,   dto
REMOVED!
I HAVE MOVED ALL MY
Stock into the Building adjoining Van Volkenburgh's Butcher Shop, where I will hold
daily sales, at lowest cash prices.
A large number of Gales'
Mattresses, also, a number of
English Iron Bedsteads, which
I will sell at factory prices.
3000 rolls Paper Hangings,
cheaper than the cheapest.
N. B.—Any parties wishing a
business to hand I am open to
good terms. Come soon as I
wish to dispose of all as soon as
JOHN E. LORD
Columbia Street.
N. W., March IS, 1889. .ImlilSinl
11411
Merchant Tailors
Havo Just Recoived an Immense stock
of Imported
Tweeds, Worsteds,
FANCYHllTINOS, MWY PANTIMS ADO
Which have never beon equalled In
the Oity and which they aro
prepared to make up
AT PUCES TBAT WIU HMD KB KVBtf
TUB EAtTEBN TAILOM
To Compete With.
Style, Fit and Workmanship
GUARANTEED.
tar Call and Inspect qoods.-w
OolummaSt., ......       _ u......
Ono Door West ol IJI&ln-pnJiBulolier
Shop, *--wWM««l«,l-»,a*.c.
dmhlyl
ANYONE BEFORE PURCHASING
Buggies, Carriages, Wagons
or l'liii'tons,
WILL SAVE CONSIDERABLE MON-
ey In culling lit the Show-rooms or
I. J. J. FISHER & CO.,
31) Stoke Stiibkt,     •     Victoria, B. C.
Where a completo s.oclc of Vehloleanre
kept. a*. A fresh car-load expected In a
few days ctlr-ct from   lhelr celebrated
mniiufiiciory itt Kincardine, Ont,
Every Rig gUHini-tecd. dmhSDml   .
:m*issico-*t
SERVICES
OF THE OHURCH OF ENGLAND will
be held by the Bishop In the ODDFELLOWS' HALL,
Every Sunday Evening
Until further notice,
dmhllto al Ji30 o'clock.
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot ok Douglas Htiikkt, Neak
Colum hi a Stukkt.
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
F
RESH   BREAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc
Hotel and Restaurant trade solicited,
All orders  promptly attended to and
delivered lo any part of tho city.   dmli28y
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
O-A.ZtVZIXt'8
Temple of Music I
Is the Placo to Buy First-Class
PIANOS "» ORGANS
At suoh Prices and Terms as will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For prices and terms, apply to CAR*
TER'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC,
Vancouver, It. ۥ
2% Hastings St, West. daplOto
JUST RECEIVED I
A QBEAT VARIETY OF
CHAIRS
FANCY nnd USEFUL,
Bedroom Suites, Etc
TO BE SOLD CHEAP,
CALL AND  GET  PRICES.
mHE BEST STOOK OF BABY BUGGIES
JL on tbe way over ordered from New
Wostminstor.
mm. Cat pets lifted, beaten uud laid at
reasonable rates.
dap2tc    3P.
T. A. MUIR & CO.
Chemists & Druggists,
(seed's Hotil Blook    -    New Westminsth
A CHOICE LINE OP
Brushes,     Perfumes,
Combs,      SachetPowd'rs
,     Soaps,
TOILET   ARTICLES.
Prescriptions and Family Recipes care
fully dispensed from pure Drugs.   '
Klghl Bell allrndnner. daplle
.. I. WOODS
Um So-viro*.
A. C. CAMBLE
NoTAsr Publio.
Woods, Tnnsr & SafflUo
LAND 8URVEYORS,
AKD CONVEYANCERS.
•A-OvEX-TTS   FOE
PiaB.-The Western of ToronUi.Tho L*Et*
na, Tho City of London, aud The Hartford. I
UVE.—The New York Life Insurance On.
ACCIDENT—The Traveller!.'of Hnrtfoni
Lund Surveying In ull Its branohos nc-
enrately and promptly carried out.
City «inl 8uburb*ui Land* fur Sole.
We enn show a complete 114 of desirable
local Itles.
Forming Landi, improved and iiiilin-
provo i, throughout the dlHlrlct
Mining ami other Stock bought nnd
sold.
Honey lo Loon on flrat iiiorttfaf-e itt
low rates. 	
Telephone Call No. 83.
P, 0. Dba writ W.
WOODS, TURNER * flAMBLK,
Offioe, Eluid-i Block,   •   Coiumiia Shut
new westminster.
dmhMto
■J-rTOTJCE
HENRY V. EDMONDS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE
—AIID-
INSURANOE AGENT
HAS REMOVED
BANK BUILDINGS
OOLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WIBTMINSTEB,  •  B.0.
Opp, Postofflce and nextdoorto the
Bank of British Columbia.
PR0PERfY~F0R SALE
in all ntn or thi
City and Dlstrlot of New
Wostmlnster,
-Ams—
CITY •» VANOOUVER
AfllNT POR
Tie Unas!. Ill* liuntN On.,
Tke lUtloiwl VIN Aitarin-e Co.,
Ike Itorwlek Union nre Insurance
Soele'7.
trtntti wMeele* et Beal IMM. a,
te.Hi.Ue - *
ESTABLISHED, A. D„ IBS*.
dHWil
PUGGIES!     BUGGIES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A CAR LOAD OF
Pell, Rice Coif-spring ilcLaughlan
J» WU SB- SB TL -**E2 SB
 ALSO	
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
rfgr The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.*^)
dw«,.-,e    H-Gici cfc O'u.x'x'ie.
PRIOE AND TERMS ON APPLICATION.
Lot 6, Blk 34, 214^x132.
[BH  -BX.OO.1
Lot3,Bl   34,132x132.
[OORSTBB.]
Lot 2, Blk 34,82^x132,
With 2-storey Residence, Coach House and Cottage Grounds
nicely laid out. Fruit Trees, never-failing Spring of Pure
Water and magnificent view.
gg^-This Property faces on Royal Avenue, Merrivale and St.
Patrick's Sts., and is in the lion-ton part of the City..
Apply Direct to   	
dtimjo f-Lstxxci Bros,
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, New Westminster.
1
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
flannels, worsteds & all kinds of Woolenffo
KEADY-MADE CLOTHING.
_yS° The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of tlie New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmh30tc
*EJ^.*VEi 3STO EQ-CJ-^aii.
Get Our Prices and See the Goods.   One Car of these Plows to
Arrive about the 20th inst.
F.C. Strickland & Co.
WEBSTER'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET, WESTMINSTER.
dwnoSto
ROYAL OITY
Planing lis Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET. NEW WESTMINSTER.
■lANlTFACTTIIKIIS AND DSAUfflS IX
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
AKD  _____  BLINDS  OB
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames*   Windows*
Mouldings. Balusters*
Blinds. Brackets*
Railings* Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND AU KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
 nnindwljr 	
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN A^REICHENBAOH,
(SUCCESSORS TO W. B. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Huns, Bacon, Sausnge, Bolognug, Etc.
dnol|*l
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES & RANGES!
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
Intending Buyers should make a note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any. two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business. „
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
Granville & Water Sis., Vancouver
dwnolyl
H. T. READ & CO.
(Slt-soulc Block, Columbia Street.)
THE LEADING HARDWARE MERCHANTS
IN NEW WESTMINSTER.
GENERAL HARDWARE, PAINTS AND OILS.
Largest Stock of, CROSS-CUT SAWS in the Country.
We keep the linest Stock of BUILDERS' HARD.
WARE in the province.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR LAIiGK AND
VARIED ASSORTMENT OP
PAINTERS' SUPPLIES.
We have on hand a large atook of Magnetic Oxide Fire-proof Paint, .
warranted 1)2 per ct. pure oxide. So high a grade sold by no other house in the city,
■wDuriiiK tho year that we liavo opened we have materially re-luccd tlie prloL-s of
ever.'tiling In our line, nnd hope by strict attention to business (o receive n uontln*
unnca of Ine publio pntronngo, noldwly
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine Shop
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
robust x.-__sxr,
2_____.2_-XT2r__a_-_-_tB2_B   OB
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY,
AGRICVLTMUL A ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
; P. 8.—-AU orders from tho upper country promptly attended to.
-dwii'ilmfl
Spring Stock Complete!
THE LEADING HOUSE IN VANCOUVER FOR
Dress Goods & Millinery
CARPETS, HOUSE FURNISHINGS,
ii&Ms
Two Large Stores Filled with Novelties inall the above Lines
and at Popular Prices.
•AGENTS FOR BUTTEKIOK'S PATTERNS In British G4umMa
S3rWe have Secured tho services of a first-class Dress Maker.
S2TA11 orders promptly executed unit satisfaction guaranteed.
Cope eSe IT oung,
diuli2lm 400 to 406 Hastings St., Vancouver.
tj
Douglas & Deighton.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF
HARNESS, SADDLES and BRIDLES
-WHI-PS,
SADDLEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Block, ;
Columbia Street,      New Westminster, B. C.
BEND IN YOUR ORDERS.   ALL WORK OF THE BEST MATERIAL ANO
WORKMANSHIP.   PRICES IX)W.
' notilwly
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNRBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STREET I
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Ilnml nn Extensive Stock of
Dry Ooods. Groceries,  Boots A Shoes, lints A Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, •£<%
Miiir'i   -ad   bo-s-s'    buitb.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
H. ■.—Farm Produce bought at markol rates or sold nn commission. tMLOrders
from tbe Interior promptly attended ta dwjefltc   *
BRITISH COLUMBIA HEAT MARKET,
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURQH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PBEVBYOHS IS GENERAL. FRESH AND C0BNEI
MEATS ALWAYS OM HAND.
UTSpccl.1 Um. quoted Ior tho shipping tnd..  Family ordars strictly .Mend-d
to.  Hoists will and It to their Interest to place their orders with Un .bit. firm.
dJSnolr ■™
MAD FOR A WOMAN'S FACE.
Jist sot yourself down hore, my hoy;
I vanter talk awhile—
Now don't get red in the face aa' let
Yer little buzsum bile.
You know I've seen more of this lifo
Than what you've learned of yet,
PYapu I oan tell you a few of the things
My old hoad can't forget
Don't sot there au* twiddle yer tbum's,
But face me, tf you oan,
An1 when I dst you a qnestshun, boy,
Jist ans'er me like a man.
You'r mad for a woman's face, It seems,
Two eyes, red lips an* a nose,
A pair of oyebrows black as jet
An' some dimples, I suppose.
You never he'rd nothin' but coonV words
Come out of them rosy lips,
'Course liko a fool you're written vane
About the honey that drips.
That's ilut about the ticket, I guess,
Fur r vo be'n there myself,
Aa' I sorter see you laid up there
Upon that same old shelf.
Hur hair's as Black as a raven's wing*,
An' hor brow Is pure as enow;
if you've got yer mind down to that strain,
I reckon you better go slow.
You're dead in lovo an' you ean not Uto
Wi'out tbat face so sweet*
Tako heed, poor boy, an' study it wall,
Tho way you tarn yer feet
Fur, you might as well larn hero to-night,
If you never have he'rd afore—
When you onco pass through the seal Is set,
An' you oan not unlock the door.'
Mad fur a woman's face—Jist stop
An* think on the hull thing well;
It may be dear an' it may be cheap,
An' It may be aU a sell.
You think Vm wrong—p'r'apg I am,
Havo I my youth forgot f
It seems my boy, you're growin' bold
On this here old hearth spot
What was yer mother's face, you ask*
The sweetest in all the land;
That's why I bitched up close to her
An' asked hur fur hur hand.
An* was I mad fur a woman's faoe
When I sot ther by hur sldet
It seems you're stealin' my argyment—
Go take the gal fur yer bride.
—B, S. Keller, in Detroit Frtt Prttt.
READING HUMAN NATURE
Personal Oharaoterlsttoa w Shown
by the Feature*
'"Tho proper study of mankind Is man,"
is the way a scientist greeted a Washington
Star roporter the. othor day who called to
loam something about the art of reading
human nature. "This faculty of reading a
man at a glance," he continued, "is extremely interesting, and enables one to discriminate wisely ln business as well as In
social life. It is also a great aid in making
a direct selection of friends and associates,
and it often' saves one from becoming the
dupe and victim of unscrupulous and designing persona.: I remember once," continued
tho scientific man, "when delayed in a small
town In Western Maryland on business, I
missed the train and was oompelled to put
up at tho Inn, the only one for miles around.
As luck would havo it it was fair time and
the town was crowded, as was the inn, and
when I applied for a room I was not surprised to learn that it would be necessary
to have a bed-fellow. Being tired I went
up-stairs early and looked over my new
quarters. It would be impossible for me to
describe the room, but It wu a very dirty
one, and the bod, while clean enough,
threatened evory moment to deposit you on
the floor. I had just turned in when the
door opened, and In stalked my bed-fellow.
-Tall, lank, with topboots and trousers stuck
ln them, he possessed any thing butapleas-
ing appearance. I waa struck with tho
peculiar glare of his eye, the shape of his
nose and mouth, and came to the conclusion
that ho was craiy.or bordering on that state.
I determined to Keep awaice, and It was
woll I did, for about an hour after, wbon all
was still, a form passed the window
through which the moonlight wu streaming, and approached the bed. Instinctively
I reached for my pistol, which wu tn convenient reach, and waited. In less timo
than It takes to toll it I wu seised by the
throat I tried to halloo, but could not. In
my fright tho pistol wa. forgotten, but recovering my presence of mind I pushed It
to his waist and fired. Hi. hands relaxed,
and uttering, ory of pain he disappeared
through the door. I was arrested the next
dny and came very near being sentenced,
the man swearing 1 had entered the room
for the purpose of stealing, ud when he
went to Interfere wu shot, After I bad
given my testimony a young physician
stopped forward aud swore .tho man was
crazy. This ended the trial and I wu released. The man wu afterward sent to tho
insano asylum, where he died.
"I told you this story," continued the
speaker, "merely to show you how, with
the knowledge of reading the human faoe,
I undoubtedly saved my life."
" What are the signsl" queried tho Star
man, "by which an ordinary person can toll
tho character of a stranger I"
"Well," answered tho scientific man,"by
tho eyes, the hair, the nose, the mouth, the
forehead, tho chin, and lut, but notloast,
by the walk. In my opinion this faculty
should be included tu the education of
youth, and every person should become
thoroughly familiar wltb the fundamental
principles, at leut It Is a well-known foot
that animals possess In a luge degree this
talont-In fact, it oould be called an Intuitive perception of character. This Is more
especially manifest In the moro intelligent
classes of animals—for instance, observe
how a cat, a horse or a dog will watoh and
read the character of their masters, and
acting as though upon th. conclusions thus
drawn, regulate tbelr conduct Women also
have In a large degree the faculty of reading human nature, ud their conclusions are
usually correct
"But," bo continued, "to go Int.detail
we'll commence with the eyes, tke most eloquent features of the countenance. In fact,
they aro miniature wlndowa through which
every desire, passion and impulse looks out,
und differ widely in color, brightness, size,
shapo and expression. For Instance, a
largo, bright oyo denotes quick perception,
and is indicative of great susceptibility to
external influences, while small, dull, sunken ores will retain Impreulons longer.
Beautiful eyes, with finely arched eyebrows, when found In a man, Indicate one
of truly refined artlstlo nature, ud ono who
is au ardent admirer, ud appreciative of
symmetry, oleganoe ud loveliness whor-
ovor they appear,*'
" How about beautiful eyes In womonl"
asked the reporter.
"Why1, when beautiful era, with finely
arohod oyebrows, appear ln .womanthoy
denote a character fond of dress, plouure,
music and other artlstlo pursuits, altbbugh
at times they aro Indicative of . cruel,splto*
ful nature. Large, full eyes, resembling .
cat's, aro Indicative of a timid, stupid,
treacherous nature, ud the possessor of
such oyes will seem-f lightened and appro-
honslve when engaged In eon venation wltb
you.":
"Before you give me your opinion relative to black eyes," ventured the reporter,
"Mme call your attention to the color of
my own."
After assuring tha reporter that ho would
bo careful, he continued i "When you meet
n person possessed of .black oyo you must
lookout; theyare.ptto be artful, crafty,
treacherous and always scheming. Score-
livo in a marked degree, they sure possessed
of unrelenting malignity, and when once
resolved upon an undertaking are thoroughly reoWoss. Beware of putting confidonco in persons possessed of such eyes.
While the majority of black are bad, some
of them are exceptions, Indicting frank,
ness, Warm affootlon and a great degree of
character. Thero la one thing, however,
to bo remembered,.bout buck .yes; don't
rouse them. They .re oapable of taking
fearful vengeanoe, ud never forget an Injury, ud will bid. their time.
"Blu. ves, or I might «dd," he continued, "Ua-ht«7U,lMe-iso they are a* tko
samo category u a rule, are cunning. Being full of tactics thoy keep their secrets
well, .nd .re like snakes In tho gnus.
While professing the greatest friendship
for y-srth-y are likely to be plotting your
rule. UltoMaokoyes, there tie some exceptions, and thoso oxoeptlona mako warm
friends, being amiable, truthful, affectionate. Onoo perverted toevll, howovor,tho,v
will assume tb. character abovo dosorlb-al
ud seek your ruin. lastly, In speaking of
the eyes, lot mo call your attention to gray
eyes. Theso, taken et a rule, make good
friends, although possessed of a good doul
of Bullishness, and persons having such
eyes are generally painstaking, Intelligent
and thrifty.
"The forehead," he continued, "is another important factor lu the general makeup of a person. It is the seat of reason, und
here intellectual powera reside Directly
over the eyes are located the perceptive
faculties, and directly over these and occupying the upper part of the forehead are
the rofleotlve faculties, the literary powers
being found between the two. A person,
therefore, possessing a wide and high forehead generally has quick perception and
great Intelligence."
How about the mouth!" said the reporter. " What important part does that
play In reading the character ot a person!"
"Avery important one," answered the
scientist, "a large mouth belongs to a
coarse, vulgar person. Lips with a cherry
redness, having a cushioned appearance,
belong tc domestic natures, fond of kissing
aad caresses; they make affectionate
friends. LlpB, on the other hud, that are
thin, denote a great deal of self-control,
and an indication of coldness and unsociability. You have often seen persons with
their lips habitually open. Well, they belong to a class that thirst for notoriety, applause and commendation. Generally speaking, they are deficient in passions, emotions.
One of the most eloquent and Important
factors in the geueral make-up of a person's
oharactor is the nose, When wide aud
prominent tt Indicates a character strong In
its composition ud one determined to accomplish every thing undertaken. Indicative u it is ot a commercial nature, a person with suoh a nose would make a' good
business man, while the opposite type of
nose, 1. c, narrow, is Indicative of rather
an effeminate character, with a great deficiency la business pursuit.. When turned
up, u yours is, it denotes a prying ud In-'
quisitivo character, an Indefatigable nows
hunter. Should tho nose be tbe reverse,
however, that Is, convex, like an eagle's
beak, look out for the possessor of such a
proboscis; as he is exceedingly revengeful,
never forgetting an injury and never for-
giving one. It Is also indicative of a quarrelsome disposition,
" Perhaps you don't think It, but the chin
Is another guide to oharactor," continued
the scientist. "A broad, full one shows
strong, unchanging affootlon, ud a narrow
one, while possessed of more intensity,
lacks in power and constancy. A pointed
chin is an adjunct to a warm ud Impulsive
character. The square, massive chin,
though, is the Indicator ot a strong, determined and persistent oharaoter, ud ono
possessed of great will power. These are
the ones tbat achieve success in this world
and have stamped themselves like Cesar
indelibly on the communities, the countries
ud the times in whleh they have lived.
"Lastly comes tho hair, black belonging
to the bilious temperament, thereby giving
great power, strength ud great endurance
to the possessor, whilo light hair la indicative of fineness and delicacy of organisation, and denotes the lighter or loss robust
typo of character. Auburn hair denotes a
delicate physical organization. "Doyouseo
that white horse!" queried tho scientist.
"Well, that reminds moot red-haired persons.- Thero is nothing specially of importance to observe ln a person of this type,
except tbat they should pursue, u f ar u
possible, out-door life. They are generally
fiery, impetuous ud passionate, the curly-
baireu type being excitable, emotional ud
impulsive.
"And now," sold the solentist, "my time
ia drawing to a close, ud I will have to
stop, touching slightly upon thut last groat
requisite in tho make-up ot a oharaoter—tbe
walk. Now, every one bos a style of gait
peculiar to himself or herself, denoting
firmness, decision of oharactor, fickleness
and Instability. Those who step firmly may
bo regarded as possessing a firmness ud
solidity of oharactor, while a light stop In-
dicstes that tho possessor is ot a mirthful
disposition, ud apt to bo secretive. A
graceful step belongs to a person who transacts his business in u euy muner. The
brisk, rapid walker Is a person of ambition,
onergy ud hopefulness, while those of a
shuffling gait aro almoat in every case traitors, usually resorting to treason and stratagem to accomplish their ends."
OSTRICH  ODDITIES.
Why On. of the Bird, left the Haunt, oi
Clvllisatlqn Forever.
Ostrich farmers, of whom muy aro In
Southern Africa, doubtless find their queer
broods productive of amusement as well u
moro practical advantages. An article in
tho Saturday Jte.:ew make, the statement.
that the birds have a dervlsh-like habit of
waltzing, when ln good spirits. They go
sailing along ln tho bright wnshlne, tholr
beautiful wings spread, giving thom tho
appearance of white balloons; but they bave
an unfortunate tendency towards becoming
giddy and stumbling. Some of tbem, hoi-'
ever.can " reverse u cleverly u a practiced
human dancer.   ,    .
When n solitary chick Is reared at tha
farm-house, It becomes absurdly and often
inconveniently tame. One such chicken
callod "Jackie" wu tho terror of nil tho
littlo negroes about tho placo; for as thoy
sat on the grond, with plates of rice and
pumpkin In their laps, Jackie would bear
down on them, taking toll from one plate
after uother. Occasionally he acted ln
suoh a menacing manner that the youngsters dropped their plates and wont away
crying. Jackio would then squut on his
heels among the debris, and regale his enormous appetite at leisure. But one day
retribution came. Having noticed the pot
In tho kitchen, from which the pumpkin
ud rice always came, he thought ho would
attack the fountain-head; so, plumping his
hoad Into the pot, bo greedily scooped up
and, with tho lightning-like rapidity of ostriches, tossed down his throat . largo
mouthful of boiling rice. Poor fellow I the
next moment ho wu duoing round tho
kitchen writhing in agony, shaking his
head nearly off, and twisting his nock
u It bent on tying It Into a knot.
Finally ho dashed wildly from the bouse,
ud the hut that wu seen of hlm wu . little cloud of whito dust vanishing on tho
horizon.     	
Seven He-rlmmta* louts.
lb.papor in the Centnry, after citing
some of the most s overo regimental losses
In tho civil war, Colonel W.F. Fox says:
" The extent of these lossos will bo better
understood il compared with somo ef the
extraordinarycases olted in the histories
ot other wars. Take, for Instance, tbe
charge of tho Light Brigade at Balaklava,
—tbo charge of tbe Six Hundred, Lord
Cardigan took 673 officers ud men Into that
action; they lost 118 killed ud IM wounded;
total, SM7, or 80.7 per cent The heaviest
lou ln the late - Fruco-PrUMlan w.r occurred at Mania-Tour, in the Sixteenth
Gorman Infantry (Third Westphallan),
which lost is percent. But the Ono Hundred Forty-first Pennsylvania lost ti por
cent at Uettvsburg, while regimental losses
of 60 per cont. wero frequent occurrences
ln both Union and Confederate armies. In
tho war for the Union thero were scores of
regiments, unknown or forgotten in his-
tory, whose percentage of killed ud
wounded In certain actions would far exceed that of the much-praised Light Brigade; ud nobody blundered either."
N.w Behtoud (Hus.) spinners' bave
Just been granted an increaso ot six per
cant They say that the Increaso doesn't
amount to uy thing, u they have to pay
tb-dr back boys out of It. Thousemblyha.
refused to scoopt It, and demands u ad-
vwoo of nine per cent
Tm contracting stone ud brick masons
of Minneapolis, Minn., have organised and
notified bulldon that hereafter th«y wilt
take no contract, from -arpenttn who have
been given blank contra-*., by which they
havoohnrgoof tho whole operation. The
organisation wants contracts to ne ut separately.
Tm strike at tho axe works of Hubbard*
Co., at Beaver Falls, Pa., whleh hu been on
for etoven weeks, is ntnnend. Bythoternis
of tho settlement tho company liavo withdrawn tholr proposition, whieh was virtually
n reduction of ten percent in wages, and
tbe men hate resumed work. The settlement hu resulted tn a victory for the work-
men.
DRESS MAKING
At HISS JENNINGS',
(Late ov England)
Cornet of Church and Columbia Street*,
NKW WKSTMINSTF.IL
••■Satisfaction guaranteed,     dwfeTtc
Dress-Making!
Misses MCDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STltBEr,
New Westminster, B.C.
ear Satisfaction guarauteetl.       ,la*>l:it"
VANCOUVtR CITY
Foundry IMachineWorks
rE PP.OTOlIiTOKH OF THERE
work' linve much pleasure In notifying their friends and the public thnt lliey
ure now prepared to receive and promptly
e-ecu-e any orders for work In their line
w th whleh they mny be favored,
A. McKELVIE,
Mechanical Manager
Vancouver, B.C.,8tl, May, Has.
 dwmyiaio	
PORT  HAMMOND
NURSERY
Vratt Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GAKUKN STOCK on hand ln great
variety,
Everything lli-.-it-cliu-H nnd furnished tn
good sli n-pp.
OS-Hend Kcttt. for vnhiali]e60*pngp|Dc>
script lvi> Cntnlpguo with 0 henutl'iil colored plates.   Prico Lints rpdi free.
O. W. HKNHY,
dwdelOlo port Hiuit mor.d, B. C.
Wm. A. Dashwood-Joui
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
Mts&Tepilles
ALWAYS OS HANK.
QOODS DELIVERED FREE.
djeaito
Gorbett & Kennedy,
MANUFACTURERS  OF
TIN, COPPER & 8HEET-IR0N
*WABX.
WHIl-ilEKf- BLOCK (UP-STAIRS),
Frost Street,   -   New Westminster.
MAVING JUST OPENED IN THE
nbuvn line, *-**>resin-titfullyuolleita
ro of the trade, and trust by careful
nttentlon (o orders and moderate chnrgo*
to merit tlio snmo. Experienced workmen; satisfaction guaranteed.
KHlimnti'sfurnlslicdforGnlvanlseilTron
Cornice, llniiflnit, Plumbing, Gas*fltting,
Stenm nnd lint water Heal Ing, Ae.
iw* Entrance to promises on Mary St.,
In rear of Bank of B. C. dtvinhOta
JUST RECEIVED BY
SHELTON A CO* Y
A Large Consignment of
Walnut Parlor Suites
From $10.00 to $200.00.
-108 hastings st.,   -   vancouver,
dml,2Iml
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Late Partner of John McVlcker)
MINING ENGINEER. U.S. A PROVINCIAL SURVEYOR, A A8SAYKR.
Masonic Temple Block, Vancouver,
Hr't.Col.
irwlteliabl© reports, underground surveys and maps of mines executed at low
rates. Assays made on all kinds of minerals, gold and silver bars. Thirty years'
experience  ln mining  ln Asia, Europe
and United States of America. SpoakB
ten languages.   Ansays from a distance
promptly uttended to.   Address Vancou-
ver, B. 0. ddel7lo
Land Beglstry Ordinance, 1870
Re Lot 5, in the Subdivision of. Lot 4, in
Suburban Block 1), New Westminster.
WHEREAS THE CEKTIPIOATE OP
Title of Charles G. Haggman tothe
above-mentionttd land has been lost <r
destroyed, und application has been made
for a duplicate thereof: Notice Is therefore hereby givon thnt a new Certificate
of Title will bt; Issued in lieu of that so
lost or destroyed, unless cause be shewn
lo the contrary within ono month from
date.    - ft. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Regl-dry Offlce,                     _
New Weei, B. 0„ 1Kb April, 1880.
 dnpilml	
J. W. WINGER,
DEALER IN
Hard and Soft Wood
Draylng and Teaming
Dune on Short Notico and at Ken* on-
able Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always in Stock.
Orders loft nt the c. P. N.Wlwrf will lie
promptly delivered. dmhSfltc
Goal, Wood iHjik
THE UNDERSIGNED  KEEPS   CON*
stantly In stock tho
BEST WELLINGTON GOAL
-—ALSC——
Wood and Bark,
Whleh  lie will   sell   at the LOWEST
RATES nml deliver promptly.
SB*. Orders left at tlio stores of Mr,.Mo*
Gotland Mr. McDonough will re«* *
attention.
TEAM, ron HIRE. Stables, comer ol
Douglas and Columbia Streets,
HENRY ELLIOTT.
Ne\r West., B. C, Nov. 22,1888.   dno2Ste
TO SMOKERS.
If YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAK. ASK FOB THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
***** MAINLAND.
fJTTliey are not only made ol the
Choicest Tobacco but they are of
Hone Mnniifaetiire, and should be
patronised by all good oitizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HOMMOOK ni'iLMSn,
COIUMUA ITIKT,        NEW WHTNINITEI.
dwnnoly
WM. McCOLL
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—AUJO—
A WEU-IELECTED STOOK Hf
DRYGOODS
AND FURNISHINGS, '
AT THE LOWEST **RI(E8.
LUNDBOHMfl BLOOK,
ClaasbM Mreel,       Bern We-l-alKler.
noldwty
North British nnd
Mercantile
COMPANY.
SSTABI.iaH.tB 1809.
capital,   •  |l4,60O,iioe.Qo
OF  LONDON.
Capital,    -    |9,TM,000.00
IIATEH  AS   I.OW   AS   ANY  OTHER
onaPAHim hoino bithine*
.   IU BRITISH COLUMBIA. .,_.     .
T.O-. T-A.^'CTHe
, Asmt (or New Weatmlnat-r City
■> mi Wstrloi,        d-sBto
wm MLS!
BRACKMAN &KER,
MANUFACTURERS  OF
OATMEAL
. By the Latest Improved Process.
"£3-ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
■IIU at Kent) s-uuilcli.
OFFIOB A WARE1IOU9E: Victoria,
dmh'JDmS
IILfiowiMo.
IM-ili CORDOVA BIMKT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers and Dealers iu
MACHINERY
OFALLDESCEITIOSIS.
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
 dwdeaoio	
MIZONY&CO'Y
303 Cordova Street,
Vancouver, Brit. Col.
WHOLESALE
LIQU0RS_& CIGARS
Telephone Orders Promptly Attended to.
TELEPHONE CALL 103,
draliKmO
Dominion^ Lands.
JF YOU ABE PAYING FOB YOUB
P'-i'-einption or for rent of Mining or
rnzliiK Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any lnnd from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
NOTICE.
HAVING DISPOSED OF ALL MY IN-
torest ln the London Arms Saloon, I
iiiivu to request that all parties owing mc
will cull and settle their accounts Immediately, either with the undersigned or
with J. B. Cherry, whom I have appointed
my agent for this purpose.
tlapSml R, LAMBERT.
W.O. LOYE,
Fashionable Boot aad Shoe Maker.
Repn'rfnfC lfe-MIy Done.   Cork Sole
Work a Specialty.
-WOrders promptly attended to.
Olarkaon St., In rear ot Colonial lintel, next to Hand Bros.'oflice;  dncltc
Resident Physician at Clinton.
A PPLIUATIONS FOR THE POSITION
ii of Resident-PhySioinft at Clinton will
bo received at tlio Provincial Kecrelory'i-
Otti<!** up to Saturday, the 20th day of
April next.
Government Rtlpond at the rato of 8730
per milium.    -
A. CAMPBELL ItEIHHK,
Deputy Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secrelary'H Otllee,
ii'lrd March, K99. mh20dtd
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
Hs6n0.ii!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
_W Highest Price paid for Furs and
Deer Hides.
Corre-tpondeuco liiviii-,1. ua,Tc)euhonu
Call No. (1. djiiHlc
B. C. Monumsntal Works
Cos. Columbia tm Churoh St..,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
linest., Headstones, Tablets, It",
In Marble or Granite of Best (Quality.
CORNER    POSTS    AND    CURBING.
N. B.—Just received—the finest assortment of Sentrli Gmnlte Nonnmrntr-ever
seen in British Columbia, which will be
sold at prices patting competition out of
the question.
dwmh2iyl ALEX. HAMILTON, PWP.
City of NewWBstaster!
ASSESSMENT ROLL, 1880.
kJuTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
.1 the AHsensinent Roll of the City of
tew Westminster for the year 1889 nas
been returned to rae, and now remains nt
my offlce where It niay be Inspected during oll.ee hour* by any person or persons
interested therein.
The flrst Bitting of the Court of Revision
of the satd City of New Westminster for
the year 1880 will be held tn t he City Council ' hambers on -
Tuesdny, 30th April, 1880,
At 2 o'clock p. m. Any person or persons
Intending to complain of his or their
osseBiment or non-assessment, or of the
nssesHment or iiou-iissessnieiit of any
other person or person--- must notify me
of his or their ground of complaint at
least seven dnys previous to tho flrst fitting of said court.
D. ROBSON,
Cily Clerk.
City Clerk's Offlce,
New West., Mar. DO, 1880,     dmhSOtd
But pay In fl
large discount.
and save a
Serin can be obtained In large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY A CHAMPION;
BAU-rBBS,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OB FBOK
TOR BANK OF BRITISH COLUJIBIA,
NSW WESTMINSTEI1.
 dwmhSte	
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Reirlf «p,o-lte tbe ColonWI Hole!,
NBW WESTMIN8TBH,
THE  LARGEST  AND  CHOICEST
SMortmeot of sJI description, of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Coiut-ntiy ea hud, ud supplied to Fam.
Ills., Restanruts, ud Steuibosts at th.
LOWEbT 1'O.SSIMJS 1'KICES
Holbrookjstate!
&jA.Xj_E1  of
Valuable Property.
mHB^lWiLOWING _...
X are offered for MAP, in p
LOT 5, BLOCK A. Columbia and Front
tit!eats, sMkUU. w)th t*Uir*s thoreon.
LOTS 13 * IS, BLOCK .1, Mary sf mil; 1
..e-esr-*a4th  bnrd ffnlihctl house and
X WIT I, BLORK IS, Columliln slreet,
StalSs.    >
OT SI. OHOUP 1, Vnncouvor rond, con-
•alnlnt tenser*.. .       '
write nlinve Properly brings In a rent-
ii mm,t, mmmio
. .for further.pnrtlcnlnra end terms of
•iV,-J>l>ly«l ~
TH08. OVENS'
BlsM-sai-h * menlne Shop,
. Merchant Square.
rJe*,*s/M«n,l»-r-«r,B,C.      v. do-Mo
TIME    CARD.
o- v. -or. oo.
The Fine First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Leave the 0. P. N. Co.'s Wharf,
31-7 31117
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FM CHIU.WHACK AND WAY PORTS.
Returning Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufficient Inducement offers Bhe
will proceed lo HOPE and on such.
occasions will leave her wharf
at In. m.
Connecting with Ihe C. P. N. Co.'s Steamer
for Vlciorla.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
dnpSte
T. T.. BRIGGS. Agent,
New Westminster.
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOR SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, *c.
Rice Meal,
FOR CATTLE FEED.
dmhadmS
NOTICE).
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
JR we have applied to the Minister of
the Interior for a license to cut and take
•way timber on and from tbe following
described lands, situated In the District of
New Westminster, Provinco of British
Columbia:
1. The cast half of Section 1(1. (he N.W.
quarter of Section 20 and the S. E. quarter
of Section 80, In Township -W, nnd Section
80 in Township 10,
2. Commencing at a stake placed nt the
norlh cornor of Stave Lake, thence went
40 chains, I hence north 80 chains, thenco
eaat to lake about 80 obalns, thonce along
lake to point of com mencement—containing about 400 mere*.
A Commencing at a post set about two
mlli-B N. E. from outlet of Stave Lake;
thenoe south 40 obalns, thence west 20
chains, thonce sonth about Bt) chains to
lake, thence along lake to pointof com*
mencement—containing about 160 acres,
4. Commencing at a post let on the east
bank or stave River, about half a mile
south of Stave Lake; tbenee north 90
chains, thenoe weat 40 ohalns, thence
north 40 chains, thence east about 00
ohalns lo lake; again commencing nt
same post, thence east 80chain*, thenco
nortii to lake about 40 ehalns, thence
along lake to point before mentloned--
oontalnlng about 4S0 acre*.
6. Commencing at a post set about half
a mile north ot the head uf Pill Lake;
theneo north 80 ohalns, thence west 40
ohalns, thonce aouth 80 ehalns, thence
•ait to pointof commencement-contain-
inr 820 acres.
( Eaat half of Section 14, southeast
qnarter of Section 28, and Section U-all
Tn Township 41.
ROYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited).
New Westminster, April 11,1889. apl2m
BRITISH
COLUMBIAN
STEAM
nnimiiui
I   —-HOOag-OIDjR.IB-tl*—   I
innrmflj
COLUMBIA   STREET,
Nrw WeshiiiHSfw S ft
m
(DAILY AND WEEKLY)
OLD ESTABLISHED ANS RELIABLE
UNRIVALLED ON THE MAINLAND
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA AS
AN ADVERTISING
MEDIUM
PER ANNUM, BY'MAIL:
British Columbian, - $8
i       * 2
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
PRINTING
—OF—
Every  Description
EXECUTED IN
FIRST-CLASS STYLE
AT MODERATE RATES.
OUH FACILITIES IN THIS DEPARTMENT ARE UNSURPASSED
IN THE PROVINCE.
Special Forms Ruled
and Printed.
HAVING A RULING MACHINE ON
THE PREMISES WE ARE ENABLED TO FURNISH
SPECIAL FORMS
TO ORDER.
ADDITION AND IMPROVEMENTS
Have recently been made In the
various Departments,
And with careful antl efficient workmen,
fut steam presses, and first-class materials, we can guarantee satisfaction to al
who Uvor ui with their orders.
KENNEDY BROS.
nol PROPRIETORS.
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 diRdedly the
cheapest place in New Westminster where the people of this District can purchase thp best Boots and Shoes at the cheapest
prices.
I will allow io per cent, discount on all cash purchases to
the general public for the next sixty days, to make room "for a
LARGE SPRING STOCK now en route.
REMEMBER,—if you want genuine good Boots and Shoes
the proper place to purchase them is at
Jas. Rousseau's,
Custom Work promptly attended to.
SI Col-a.-aa.1sla Street.
dwto
CASTORIA
for Infanta and Children.
"CMto-blitt-r-U-^-Mto-U-tontlul I O-srts-rU enn. Oolte, O-wUp-tlin,
IrecommenditMBUpwiortoanTDi-M-rlDUo-il Sour BtoDu-h, Du-rrluM-, En-cUtton,
•T-nmtor--."    ^^^-"^■"'"iHllsWoiy.l,^^
WSo.<)-Dl-rtlJt,BnKiUj*-,l(.T.   |wui*Staiii*taa-n-a-«ta
Tm Cnrr' us Com-unr, 77 Hurray Stnet, N. V.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
liil&IITESTfflTM(lT(M.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.   HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 15 Serjeants Inn, Fleet SI. -LONDON, ENG.
The Business of ALLSOP k MASON hu been merged in the above Company
and will be carried on by the Company from thb date ai a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agcmy,
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates., Town Lots and Fanning
Lands for Salo on easy terms,
Victoria a C, May 16tb, 1887. dwjeTto
W. ELSON,
Merchant Tailor,
PORT MOODV, B. C.
Mr. Elson will bo at the Colonial Hotel
tlio lirst Wednesday la eaeh month for
the purpose of Uklnti orders.     dwJaSSto
THE WESTMINSTER
PoultryYards
JOHN 8, COX, Prop.
Light Brahnsae-
Parl ridge Cochhtm,
Plymouth Roekt,
Whit* fac« Bl'k tyanlsh
White Created, Black  and Golden
IlontUni-     Silver-pencil led   Ham.
burga.
Black, Red and Pitt Games.
Tonlonta Geese.,    Rouen Dacks.
My Yards are open for Inspection.
dwrnhStc
AUSTIN'S HAY MARKET
For Hay, Straw, Wheat, Bran, Shorts,
Oil Cake, kc.
AUSTIN'S STORE
For Groceries, Hardware, Rope, Platform Scales, ftc.
AUSTIN'S CELLAR
For Choice Potatoes, Carrots, Turnips,
Onions, 4c.
AUSTIN'S STARLE
For Good Teams and Sober Teamsters.
AUSTIN'S PRINCIPLES!
Square Dealing and Total Abstinence.
clftSOto
InU Her
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE 8UI-SCR1BKIW ARE NOW TRK-
TARED TO TORN OUT
DOUSLE AND SIN6LE RIBS
At Special Low Rates.
Draying- and All Stnds of liais;
Done at Shortest Notice,
Dry rnrdwood delivered to any partof
the City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
Attention.
avStnblc-B nearly opposite C, P. It. Depot.Columbia SU, NewWest ml lister,
djalltc      QILLEY BROS. Vuon.
Feed,LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
PBOPKIHTOB.
DOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
\J for Hire. Hurl.-* call at all Steamers
and Trains.   Special attention given to
Boardln-,* Homes.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Ordors may be lett at the Offloe o( Mathers A MM Ulan, Commission Merchants,
front Enroot,New West,
Land Registry Ordinance. 1870
New Westminster Suburban Lot No. IS,
Block X.
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Title to the above mentioned Lot
will be Issued to Henry Elliott on the 10th
day of June, 1889, unless In tbe meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to the
undersigned, in writing, by some person
claiming an estate or interest In said Lot
or somo part thereof.
R. W, ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, 7th March, 1889.
mb7dSm
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 1868.
M. R. SMITH A CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment to Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, the Dominion Government, fto.
Medal and Diploma awarded at the Cot*
onlal and Indian Exhibition, London, 1886.
FACTORY-Nlagnra St., James Bny.
OFFICES-57Fort St,, Victoria, EO.
 dapSmfl	
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
I Old Bboad Si. sod It Piu, tUu,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES * OTBER
Building., Good., Wans, Mercian,
dis*, Manufacturing ud Fanning Stock,
Ships in Fort, Harbor or Dook, ud tlie
Cargoes ot inch VosmIs ; also, Ships build
ing and repairing, lssrg*. ud otber Vet
sets on navigable rivers ud ou.U, and
Goods on board inch Vessels, throughout
Great Britain ud lrclud ud in Foreign
Countries,
FROM L08B 0B BUUM IT FIRK.
Subscribed ud Invested Capital,
■61,600,000 STGh
Rates of Premium and every Inform*.*
Hoc oan be obtained on application to
W. J. ABHBTBONS,
Agent lor Niw Westminster.
To San Francisco, Cal,
BT WAY OP THK
Sonthern Pacific Company's
i,i**ii.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
WIoKERm™KsTBA^r(y^-t
Vitfiii**ju|**' ui Su fans*,
■ISFI   II (f-*r****M*S-ff-**I*l    ********   ****■**■    ■ I *sT*snsjTsT***sTI
mtttttminm tt m mmmm
BUPFIT IUIKRI
TOURIST SLEEPING OARS
For A-eommodatloBol Beeond-ClM. Pas*'
senior., attached to Express Trains.
Furo from Portlud to
Ban FranelHO—Unllsnl
class (Omlrtd), W); "
to all point, louth
*nlted>,,l*.
THROOOHWOL
and Eaat, vlaC
TICKET OFFIOKBl
Cn-romci, No, 1st Oor. First A Aids,
Streets;
Pi-roT ornoi, Cor. F li Front Stnet.:
Portland, Oregon.
%Kom^_%m.^iJm_.*.m gailj) gtritbh -Solutnbivm
Han
|jjj*
Kvealag. arsrtl 13. lutt.
ABVEITIIINQ MTU FOI THE DAILY.
Transient Adverthemeats.-Flrst Insertion, 10 cU. per line solid nonpareil; each
Kiilwiei-nont'consecutive Insertlou,'Ids. por
Hue. Advertisements not Inserted every
lay—flrat Insertion, 10 cts. per lino; subse-
iiuent Insertions, 5 ots. per line.
SUndtniAaverttsementiu-Professlou.
-i-l or Business Cards-W per month. Special rates for general trade advertising,
iiccordlng to space occupied and duration
of contract. ....   a.        ■
A■■*•■•■ Salm, when.displayed,charged
:i per ceuUIesu than transient advta, If
-olid, oharged at regular transient rates.
Hp.«Ul H-rtlees among reading matter,
!) ots. per line each Insertion. Kpeclnln
inserted by tne month nt reduced rates.
Blrthn,MHiTiiige8HiidDeatbs,$l for each
insertion: Funeral Notices ln connection
■vith deaths, 60 cts, euoh lusertion,
WEEKLY ADVEBTI8IHQ KATES.
Transtent Advertisements,—Fim Insert-on, 10 cts. p& line solid nonpareil; sub-
6*jquent Insertions, 7 cts, per line.
Standing AdvertUemenls.—rroKssion-
nl or Business Cards-81.50 per month.
Hpeclal rates for general trade advertising,
Speclitl Notices, Births, Marriages and
Deaths, same rates its Dally.
TBI* tniuMion!: metal,-mil foriiirijecuts
an exl-r.1 riilr nl!! 1»- cimrajiMl.
•jarl-ii-*..,.!!-! -.u.-JIn-* lu ii'lYcitlKcinents
slmnld In- i'iirt-ii:l n- *.i**l..' «*lutlifcr lliey
are to appeal m lhe Ually Kdltlnn.nr the
Weekly,or'tmih. A Wi'-rul reilucllun Ih
made when lnsurti*d m both. No mlver-
tlBeiiiont InsiTlc.l fm- lenn Hum 81.
BUBBOUIBBRS
Who do not receivo thslr paper regularly,
from tho Carriers or tlnougli  the Tw-t
Ofilue, will confer a favni* by reporting tho
same to lhe oilice of publ Icatlnn nt once.
iiEW ADVERTISED 15 iHIS DA i.
House to rent A. J. McColl
Hot X buns City bakery
Painters Grunt k Mounce
Mortgagee's Solo... F C. Walkir
New goods Ot-le, C. k F.
A ibower oi hail foil this   niorniiig.
Tho salmon catch last niglit was
light.
Hot X buns at the Oity Bakery, seo
adv.
Grant & Moiineo, painters, adver-
*  jtiaa to-day.
A. Jl. MoOoll advertises a house to
rent on Columbia streot.
Ogle, Onmpb'ell & Freeman linve a
new adv. in their usual s|-ace.
A vory line seleotioti of stratv hata
can b« seen at the Bon Mitrcho. *tc
Fresh Eastern uud Native Oysters,
served iu every style, ut the Club. *
Four Boring Machines, in good order, fur sitto cheap.—G. W, Gilley &
Co.     • *tc
Russell's Restaurant, oppor-ito the
Amnricaii Hotel, open day and
night. a9m3*
Josephine and new makes in Kid
Gloves, at Ogle, Campbell & Freeman's. *t3
Tho sum of §300 lias been appropriated for tho improvement if Hie Sumas river.
The str. Iivimr left this morning for
Chilliwack with 20 tons ot freight and
18 passengers.
Evory steamer from Victoria ia bringing ov-t great quantities of supplies
for the caimories,
Nortii Ann road lots, and Brownsville uftr.luts from §100, at Walker &
Co'a on easy terms. *tc
Fifty Visiting Cards, 2ficts.;l)ox of
Illuminated Papeis ami Envelopes,
only 25cts. At Mis* Fables'.        *
AU kinds of Sowing Machine-* and
attachments repaired equal to new.
Address J. TuoBfcDoi'itSE, Union
Hotel. 5t
See tho adv. in another column of
mortgagee's sale Df important ro il
estate, by Fred. G. Walker, solicitor,
Victoria.
Spt-cial service fur men only, at tho
Methodist church next Sunday ovening at 8:15 o'clock. Address by tho
pastor    Csinc along moti. *
The str. Princess Louise left for
Victoria this morning with 20 passengers, 82 hund of cuttlf, 57 hogs, DO
hale* of hay and 25 tons of general
farm produce.
D. J. Levy, nf 61, Johnston street.
Victoria, B. C,, is tho only agent H.
L. .Gabel  has  in British  Columbia. ■
Hold*,ourNrder&; he will be in New I
Westminster un or about May 1st, .
1889. *fcc
300 lots mi the Thome road, from
805 upwards, on monthly'instalments
jif 810, with-ut inter-Bt. Theso lots
nre only two blocks from the park,
huVd a good view, are mostly cleared
und aro only f.uir blocks from the new
store. Apply to Wm. Rbidx, Front
street. *
Thorn was a meeting of the directors
of the BiiiiBh Columbia Agricultural society this afternoon. . A reply waa received from the Governor
General, Lml Stanley, stating ho
feared it would be impossible fur htm
to bo present at tho opening of the exhibition.
The tug Pilot arrived in port this
murtiing and will tow the barquo Ma*
lay to iho it ytil Road* to morrow
morning, ..lii-i-u she will lie until a
cro-.v is Bhipnod The crew of the Malay deserted tu a man since tho vossi'l
arrived m i ort, the inducements on
shore provihg greater than ulifo un the
ocean deep."
Tlie foidois giving a description of
the city m\A distinct of New VVestniin-
ster ;'.i'.- now beingdistnbutud, but tho
council seems to bn til a loss tu decide
on the best moans cf placing thom
where tlioy will bo productive of the
must gn'od. Tli ere is no better way of
sjatteiin-,' liuai ul'i-oad than by letting
tho people in gciimil sond then) to
their fi-ieiiiU in variola parts of the
world, -.in-< itie council appreciates
this fao'. Ttioi * who deBiro to send
folders to their friends can obtain a
reasona'-le num1 er from Aid. D. S.
Curtis.
Fnrthei-pnrticuliM of Judgo Elli- It's
death s.au- thnt he waa  found in   bed
atthe homo «-f his daughter, Mrs.   J.
W.    Doui-his, having  expired  from
heart  trouble.   Judge   Elliott    had
been ill for more than a year, although
he was nhlo a*  times to bo on  tho
streets and uit.*ifii to htn business.  He
llad boon under the  G_rn  of  several
ptiysichtn1-, and Monday night his condition was dt-em-d critical enough   to
send for, Dr.  CMsmoru.   Whon the
lattor catno tho late premier of British
Columbia was thought by the family
"" to bo improving, and as he was  sleeping quietly tJUoy ri>tired for tho night.
An uuuiul eight, tbat of a noble red-
man carrying in his arms a  papoose,
while the gentle partner of hishopea and
ambition wandered behind him  bur-
enleas, was witnessed yesterday on Abbott street,   It must be said, however,
in extenuation of suoh unworthy conduct on the part Of the aborigine, that
the klootolimau. was more than usually
good looking, and alio that ho felt
thoroughly ashamed of himself. There
is hope that with a century ur two of
civiliaed itirroundinm the Swashes of
tho Paoificcbiist wilUeam the convenience of batiy oarrlnges and the ovil effects of  bod whiskey,—Ne\os-Mw-
#**• '  ■ ,       -    ■--'-
Stw tag gins Camp.
Ward l)e Beck is starting a now logging camp on Johnslon' straits above
Seymour narrows, for the Brunette
Saw Mills. Ho will loavo fur Uio
north in a few days with a complete
outlit of oattle men nnd supplies. Ho
proposes to tako out several million
feet of loga during tho opining summer.
The timber on tho limit, which Mr.
De Beck will work, ia ensy of access
and magnificent iu sine nnd quality.
Tho nowcainp will be in foil running
order within two wookB.
Jumbo Inland t'oitl.
The company which hns been boring
for coal on Jumbo island, near Plumpers pass, have, been so fortunate as to
strike a largo vein of superior quality
coal. Tho prospects luok so favorable
that a force of 30 men have been set
to work tajsinka shaft fm- tho development of tlio mine. Work on the shaft
commenced this week, and when suf-
licontiy advanced tlio requisite machinery will be put in and mining
opt-rations commenced. Tlio coal is
said to botvqual in quality to any on
tlie coast.
Tlie Reaver Cannery.
Tho Beaver cannery, .1.11. Todd
& Son proprietors, is completed, and
in full readiness for the season's operations. Tlie cannety, wliich ib oituatod
on thu south side of Lulu Island, near
llio mouth of tho river, was commenced last fall. It is modern in every particular and is iitted up in a must complete and thorough manner. The cost
of tho buildings and plant runs close
to 825,000. Maun. J. H. Todd &
Son are also tho owners of the Richmond cannery, whose maple leaf brand
is so widely and favorably known
throughout the world.
■ » .—	
Another Induitry In Prospect.
Mr. Chns. Gabriel, who late-y invented and patented tho Oriel Sanitary
and drain pipe, which haa been bo successfully experimented with and so
favorably commented on by Experts, is
considering the advisability of establishing a factory in Westminster for
tho supply of the mainland trade Tlio
heavy nature of tho pipes makes the
cost of transportation expensive, and
it iB for tho purpose of being able to
supply his manufactures eheuply that
he purpoaos to establish the branch
factory. Ho will arrive in tho city in
a fow days and lay his intentions before tho city council and. ask'for a
small inducement to build and manufacture here. Westminster is the
manufacturing centre of the province,
and Mr. Gabriel seems to bo aware of
this fact,
AXc-rlnwIiriu.
Mr. &. W. Armstrong, district
registrar, has handed in to the provincial government.hia resignation of
oflice. Tho resignation has not been
accepted yot, but will be in a few days.
Mr. Armstrong hns held tho position
of registrar for nearly six years, and
during all that time he has fulfilled
his duties in a maimer abovo criticism.
Ho will be greatly missed by tho poople ho has beon so constantly brought
into contact with in tlie transaction of
his duties, and with whom he was extremely popular. Mr. Armstrong resigns oflice for tho purpose of resuming
tho practice of his profession, and has
entered into partnership with Mr.
L. P. Eckstein and will open oflicos
almoat immediately. The new legal
firm ought to bo a success, ns both
gentlemen have acknowledged ability,
tire well up in law, hnvo had a considerable experience nnd hold tho respect of both bench and bar. Mr.
Armstrong's thorough knowledge of
land laws, titles, etc., is alone enough
to secure the lirm a lucrative praotice.
The Com? ai man, in general with the
poople of Westminster, wishes tho
new firm every success.
Tbe 111 union Bridge
Mr. Hairy Abbott, superoiutendeut
of the Pacific division of tho C, P, R.,
came over from Vancouvor this morning to confer with the board of trade
respecting the Mission bridge. The
council of theboard met Mr. Abbott
in the board rooms at 11.30, and dis*
cussed the question at so;no length. It
seems that the board's information respecting the width of the draw waa
quite correct, as tho plan submitted by
Mr. Abbott showed only sixty feet between tho piers. Mr. Abbott thought
this space ample, bub stated that if the
board was not aatistted the company
might consent to n larger draw, sny
from 70 to 80 feet. Hu stated that it
would be practically impossible to
operate a wooden draw oE 100 feat.
After hearing and discussing tho proposals submitted, the board naked for
a few days to consider whether it would
be justified in the public interest, in
modifying its demand for a 100-foot
draw. Mr. ■ Abbot stated that
the railway company Imd no
wish to do anything that might impede
navigation, but tho cost of a draw of
100 feet would be very great, and it
scorned to him au unreasonable width
to ask undor tho circumstances.
An I'upnrliuil Triinnrrr.
Mr. J. B. Fisher, manager of the
bank of British Columbia, has aold his
fine residence, Gadshil], with all ite
contents to Mr. A. J. McColl, of tho
law lirm of Corbould,McColl & Jones.
The financial consideration is ©15,000,
which is far from being an exhorbttant
price, Gadshill is oue of tho best appointed houses in thu province, and few
establishments in tho country are bo
comfortably and luxuriantly arranged.
Mr, Fisher has taken groat pride in
improving nnd beautifying Iub house
and grounds, whieh hnvo latterly been
brought iuto a state bordering on perfection. The valuable collection of
brio a brae, curios, works of art etc.,
chosen by Mr. Fisher with an evident
display of good tnste and judgement,
become the property of Mr. McColl, who secures by the purclm-jo nil
those rare and beautiful articles which
Mr. Fisher has been years in collecting. The conservatory and grounds
havo been kept in perfect condition,
aod, though small, aro a picture of
loveliness st nil times, The conservatory contains many plants nnd flowers of rare varieties, and aU in a state
uf tho most perfect cultivation. Mr.
McColl Is to bo congratulated on the
acquisition of this splendid property,
which as n whole is equalled in beauty
by few in British Oolumbia.
MR. DUNSMUIR DEAD.
Sinn. Itubcrt DuiiNiuuir iSuHVr-. a He*
lapse nud I'n-tsvs Away Ii'.sitr-
day AHcrnoa**.
The news that wo publish to*doy
will be felt liko a shock all over the
province. Tho Victoria despatches of
yesterday spoko in a most hopeful tone
about tho condition and expected ultimate rccovory of tho hon. president of
tho council, who bus boon 1} ing ill at
Victoria for soveral days. It would
appear, however, that Mr. Dunsmuir's
actual condition was more precarious
than these sanguitio reports represented. At all events, it wna generally
known ou tho streets of Victoria yesterday afternoon that the honorable
gentleman had Buffered a serious relapse, and was in great danger of his
lifo. Physicians wero summoned in
hot haste, but their efforts were unavailing.' Uo breathed his last, at aix
o'clock, tho members of hia family who
woro in Victoria being at his bedside.
Deceased was in tho 05th year of
his age. Ho leaves u widow, two sous
and seven daughters. One of his sons,
Mr. James Dunsmuir, is manager of
the firm's business at Departure Bay;
another'sou is manager at San Fran
cisco, and arrived'a day or two ugo in
Victoria on account nf tho illness of
hia father. Two of his daughters;
Mrs. Croft, wife of Mr. Henry Croft,
M. P.P., and Miss Dunsuiuir went
east some days ago and sniled on Tuee
day, Oth inst., tor England, and tho
first news of his death will reach thom
on their arrival on thu nther side of
the Atlantic. Hm youngest daughter
ia attending school at Brighton. Eii|
land. Mrs. James Harvey, Nanaimo,
another daughter, went down yesterday, summoned lo hia bedside, but too
lato to see her father before ho died,
Mrs. Hpdghtou, wifeof Col. Houghton,
is now in Montreal.
Hon Robert pansmuir was born in
Huilfc .- Aj rahire, Scotland, in 1825,
in whxi. y'r.xco his father and grandfather before him had been coal
masters, lie wns educated at Kilmarnock academy. In 1847 he was
married in Kilmarnock to Joanna,
daughter of Alex. White. He came to
Canada in tho early fifties as a coal expert and was employed by the Vancouver Coal Co.. and remained in their
employ for u number of years, In his
explorations for himself he discovered
a rich vein of coal at Wellington,
which, it is needlesa to state, subsequently amassed htm a groat fortune.
In his early operations he wns assisted
financially by Admiral Hornby, Capt.
Egorfc and Lt. Diggle of the navy. The
conditions on his part wero thathoshould
own half the mine uud havo ontiro control of tho operations. The mine was
opened successfully and developed with
such profit to Mr. Dunsmuir that he was
enabled to becomo sole owner, buying
out oue partner after another, the last
beingTjioutonant"Digijie. towhom ho
paid a cheque of £750,000 or £800,000
in full of all claims. His mining property made him very wealthy nud con-
aequenily very iiifiucntal, and he died
probably the best, known man iu Brit-
is!] Columbia, and certainly tho richest
ih tho province, and ono of tho richest
iu the. Dominion. His income has
been variously oslimated at $1,000
a dny and upwards. However, no accurate estimate can bo placed on Iub
wealth at the present time. Mr.
Dunsmuir, whilo rich, was:itlfid-:Very
enterprising, and fow largo enterprises
ur industrial project*} undertaken in
the province, but were largely assisted
by him. Besides tho mines at Wellington and Comox, of which he was
F.ole proprietor, bu wns president of
and the largest shareholder in tho
Eequitnalt and Nanaimo Railway nnd
its extensive coal, timber and farming
belt; he was ono of tho most extensive
owners of quartz claims in the provinco; he was ono of the largest share
holders in tho Matsqui Dyking Co.,
the Albion Iron Worics and tho 0. P.
N,, and an extensive owner of real estate in various parts of tho province,
besides numerous other investments.
He also.).-it is understood, was one of
promoters of the proposed Canadian
Western Railway. It is safe to say,
in fact, that thero wore few enterprises
of any magnitude in the province in
whioh he was not interested. His
death must, therefore, have a very
marked effect in business and financial
circles.
Hon. Mr. Dunsmuir first entered
the political arena in 1883, when he
was eleoted to represent Nanaimo, as
a supporter of the Smitho-Robaon gov
eminent. He waa returned again at
tho last general election, in 1886, by
tho samo constituency, and tho following year was appointed president of
tho council, without a porfolio, succeeding the late premier, Hon. William
Smlthe, who died during the cession
of 1Q87. Although, -scarcely, by nature or experience, >. politician orntates-
tlian, Mr. Dunsmuir was a practical
und busiiio i*llko legislator, aud had
much ii lence in the houso, gonerally
sucoeedtug in tar.ying out his purposes.
Per-tonally, Mr. Dunsmuir nnd many
admirable qualities, and, in spite of
his business push and brusqueness of
manner, was genial with his friends of
whom he had many, kind-hearted,
genoroua and benevolent, A despatch
received at this oilice to-day, from
Victoria, gives some idea of the feeling
at the capital in connection with the
sad ovont which wo chronicle :
"Thu death of Hon. Robert Dunsmuir whioh occurred nt 0.40 last evoning has cast a gloom ovor the whole
city. Flags nro flying at half mnst,
nud a general feeling of sorrow at Iho
loEs, and sympathy with tho sorrowing
friends of the deceased prevails. Although the deceased gentleman in his
daily lifo had differences with men
with whom he camo iu contact, it mny
be truly said ho has not left behind a
single enemy. Hu wns warm-hearted
and true, a friend of tm country and a
man who invariably treated tho poor
man with tho camo consideration as
that extended to tho rich. His death
romoves a landmark that eannot be replaced."
In this city flags are flying at
half-mast out of respect to the deceased, and tho Bad event is tho subjoot
of general conversation and interest.
The funeral will tako place Tuesday
at 2 p.m. and will bo attended by all
societies, clubs, etc., in the city, Tlie
E. nnd N. Rnilwny Depot and rolling
stock aro draped in mourning.
PERSONAL.
Children Cry for Pitcher1; Castoria | tion.
The caso of Louis Trommcr, charged with -dealing leather and findings
from Mr. J. Rousseau, came before ihe
police magistrate this morning nnd was
dismissed, as the evidence adduced
Was not sufficient to warrant a convio*
Mayor Hendry went t-^ Vancouver
this morning.
Aid Jaques has returned frum a
visit to Seattle.
J. H. Todd cainoup from tho North
Arm yesterdsy afternoon.
M. M. English returned yesterday
from a flying visit to San Francisco.
Col. McGregor returned from Victoria last evening and bring! the good
news that the people of the capital oity
aro grostly interested in Westminster
and its prospects. He thinks considerable Victoria cnpilnl will be invested
here this summer.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Mr Charles at Vancouver.
Yesterday afternoon Sir Charles and
Lady Tupper, Mr. aud Mra. Siuart
Tupper, Winnipeg, and Mra. Cameron,
wifo of Major-General Cameron,
Kingston, arrived at Vancouver,, by
private car attached to tho Pacifio
express. They immediately took pas-
sago per S.S. Islander for Victoria,
and will return probably on Sunday,
Thoy wero mot at the depot by Mayor
Oppenheimer and a number of citizens, who wore introduced tu them
and presented their compliments, and
with whom Sir Charles Tupper and
party chalted pleasantly until the
departure of the train. Sir Oharles
Tupper was interviewed by press
representatives in his private car and
extended to them his characteristic
courtesy in expressing hiB views on all
tropics of public interest concerning
which he waa questioned. Although
not having enjoyed for several years
his former robust health, ho apparently stood the long journoy across tho
continent well, and referred to the
trip as having bceu personally muoh
enjoyed. The object of his visit he
snid was to note the progress of the'
west and keop himself in touch with
all parts of the country, diplomatic
representative nf which he was abroad,
This is his third visit to the coast, but
tho first since (he line was opened
to Vancouver. He testified to tho
efficiency of thu C.P.R. sorvice and he
wua pleased to find both tho road bed
and the rolling stock in excellent condition nnd of such a high standard;
Referring tu Canadian affairs in point
of rotation to tho empire, Sir Charles
snid that they woro attracting constantly increasing attention at home,
and that the people of Great Britain
wero manifesting a deep interest in all
that pertained to Canada. Thero woro
many inquiries as to British Columbia
among capitalists. Tho stream of
immigration to our shores from the
old oountry continued to flow, but in
a slightly decreased volume this year,
owing to the government of Canada
having ceased granting assisted passages. He recognised tho competition
to which it exposed tho laboring moil
and mechanics, and said tho energies
of the immigration department were
now directed towards including agriculturists with capital to settle in
Canada. The agitation for Imperial
federation, which had for its exponents
such men as Lord Roseberry, was a
livo ono in England, and waa doing
much towards bringing tho resources
of the colonies into prominence nnd
harmonising their relations with iho
mothor country.
■Whon Baby was sick, wa gsre her Castoria,
wlien ahe wat a Child, she cried for Cantoris,
When she became Miss, she dung to Cutoria,
When aha had Children, she gave tbra Cutoria
11APT1ST CHURCH, Aftnes Htreet,
13 Kast of Mary Street. Lord's Day
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m, Sabbath
Hehool andBlble Class at 2:30 p. in. All
scats free; ■.tmuiien* cordially welcomed.
-Hev. Tlios. Baldwin, pastor.
MBTHODIBT CHURCH, Mary
Street, Rev. J. H. White, T-astor.
Services at 11 a.m. and7p.m. Sun-lay
School aud Bible Class 2;H0p. m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at 7.80p.m. Heals
free; strangers cordially invited.
OT. PAUL'S CMUiivii, John Street,
O Opposite Ornuge Hull. Hev. Thomas
Haddon, Pnstor. Services overy Sunday
at 11 a. ni. nnd 7 p. in, Thursday even I nits
at 7''K) o'clock. Scats free; all nre eortll-
atly Invited, Sunday School at2:80 p. m.
C|IM'It CM OF KNGLAND.-HOLY
( THINITY CHUHOIt; T'eelor, 'I lie
Ven. Archdeacon Woods. S. MARY'S
CHURCH; Rector.-Tlio Bishop. Services
In both cli u re In;:! every day. All (eats
free. Both churches open ail day tor private prayer.
.OALKOONIA A   ST.   ANDREW'S
V StM iBTY.-Tho regular meetings of
this AHSiioiation are heldon the laid Tuesday of each month, at H o'clock p. m. All
Scotchmen are invited to attend.-Jonn
Bdib, Sec.	
A O. F.-COURT LORD DUPPERIN,
J\, No. 6804. The regular meetings of
the above Court are held nt the Foresters'
Hall, on the flrst .nml third Wednesday ln
each month, at S p. m.—JNO. McMuitriiv,
Senr., V. C. It.
ATT C. T. U.-UEOULAR MERTING
TV , every Wednesday afternoon at fi
o'clock at the W- C. T. u. Heitdr-iiio-ter.*,
Douglas St,   I-oyttl  LCglon In lite mine
Elace every Friday afternoon-*-Mhh Jas.
UNNiNailAM, President; Miss DeBeOk,
Secretary,
TO RENT.
rnUBSTpRE FORMERLY OCCUPIEb
1    by Foulds A Co., In the M'-sonlc nnd
Oil 1 Fellows' hlfifb. New -Vr-linliiKter -
Apply lo WM. McO LL.
 dapaig	
BOAT  FOUND
ABRiVX IN THK GULF. 14 footloog,4
feet beam; painted black with yellow
i-lreuk mid named ."-lisle.   Apply to
JOSEPH LEE,
•in-iSM Lulu Island.
M
R..T. It. DUNCAN WISHES TO itf-
 form the Public or New Westminster
thnt he Is now prepared to give le-sons In
HhorL-hand in llio latent and best systems.
A complete course guarantied in three
months, . ,
Violin aliw taught. The teaching of
children on this In.sirumoiit a specially.
Address, Drawer O, City, New Westminster. dnplOte
COUNTY  COURT
Of New Weitminster.
THE NEXT SITTING OF THE ABOVE
Court has been postponed for one
week on nccount of the Assizes, and will
beheld on Mny Ibe Hth, instead of May
1st
AU persons Interested will tako notico
nnd govern themselves accordingly.
W. H. FALDING,
Registrar of Court.
New West., April 13,1859.        dwap!2td
THERE'S a bower of roses by Betide-
meer's stream,
And the nightingale sings ronnd it all
the day long;
Twas Bweot in the time of my childhood's
yonng dream
To sit mid the roses and hear tho birds'
song.
That bower and its roses I never forgot;
And oft, while alone, tn tbe bloom of
tlie yeai, .,«
I think, 'As the nightingale singing there
yet?"
Are the roses still bright by tho calm1
Bendemeer.
No; the flowers soon withered that hung
o'er the wave; -
But somo blossoms wero gathered while
freshly they shone,'        ,
And a dew wu exaled from their petals
whioh gave
All the fragrance of summer when
summer was gone.
The above lines from Moore's "Lallah
Rookh" are naturally recalled to mind
npon catching the odors of those Matchless Quadruple Red Letter Extracts of
Macmierson ft Thomson, the Druggists,
dapBW
HOUSE TO RENT.
-f-lURNlSHED OR UNFURNISHED, on
J-   Columbia Street, corner of Mcrrlvalo
Street, Particulars on application to .
daplHtc A. J. McCOLL.
HOT X_BUNS
Leave Your Orders Early nt the
CITY  BAKERY.
J. D. KELLY, PnOPBIETOR.
iluplfUO
Grant & Mounce
OLARKSON ST., N.W.,
House, Sign, Church, Fresco
and  Scene
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Every Branch Executed In the Bost
ami Moat Artlstlo Style.
None but skilled Artlzans employed.
A written guarantee givon for durability
nnd permanency ot colors, dnih iyl
■TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
J. FitRD. G. Walkkr. Solicitor, Langley
Street, Victoria, and H. E. CuoA.-snAi.i-:-
Hcal Estate Agent, Fort Slreet, Victoria,
up to and Including SATURDAY the «|li
dny ol April, 18BB, for tbe purchase nf:
1. LOTS2U8&283, TOWNSHIP 0, GROUP
ONE, New Westminster District, containing 207 acres, more or less, except
those portions thereof conveyed for
railway putpascs.
21 The South-East Fractional Quurter-Sec-
tlon of SECTION 84. TOWNSHIP ill,
GROUP 2, New Westminster District-
containing 160 acres, moro or less, with
Improvements,
By order of the Mortgagee,
FRED. G. WALKER.
Boliaftoi,
daplStd Langley Street, Victoria.
BOY WANTED
iTIO BE APPRENTICED TO THE DRUG
J. Buslness-about 14; steady and good
character.   Write to Box 33x, City,   up'itc
TO BUILDERS.
edlately in roar of St. Mary's Church,
for Messrs. Woods, Turner & Gamble.
Plans and specifications may be seen
nt my office whero tenders (endorsed) aro
Ui bo delivered on or befoie noon on FRIDAY tho 10th inst.
Neither the lowest nor nny lender will
be necessarily accepted,
WILLIAM R. KING,
Architect, -ve,
Westminster, April tl.im dnpIlM
ff.jMm&co.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
iTELEI'lfone Ko. 65.]
14 CURE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND,
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS,
London and Lancnihlro Fire and
Brlllnh  I'.mpire Life Insnrance
Coinpiiule**, .
New Westminster Uulldlng Society.
Account iint'H Office, Diocese of N.W.
City Auditors, 1880, IBM and I88B.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE OITY AND DISTRIOT,
and other monetary transact!on**.
Have several good investments on thoir
books, and all now comers will do well to
call before doing business elsewhere.
dwSdely
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Hew Westminster Gfas Co'y.
fflENDEHS ARE REQUESTS!) hy tho
I Directors of tbo above forthe PAINTING of their Gasometer and Pillars.
Complete specifications may be had
from me, the undersigned, us to composition and tint.
Tenders, ondorscd "Painting," to bo
handed iu to me not Inter limn the lath
Inst.
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
For tho Directors.
DAVID MORRIS,
See. & Manager.
April 8th, 1890. d-a-ws
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New
SWEEPING  REDUCTION
LADIE
FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS.
dwto
is the time to Buy for
the coming Fall.
Ogle, Campbell & Freeman,
MASONIC BLOCK, NEW WESTMINSTER.
H
AVE YOU SEEN THE NEW GENTS'
FURNISHINGS at Ogle, Campbell
& Co.'s? Well, you should. They have
just opened the finest line of these Goods
ever shown here. The very newest things
in Ties, Collars, Regatta and Oxford
Shirts, Handkerchiefs & Gloves, not
forgetting a beautiful lot of new Hats,
felt and straw. They carry the largest
stock of Clothing in the city; needless to
say it is the best in point of style and
quality. Call and see the Goods, even if
you do not wish to purchase.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
dtc
COLUMBIA STREET.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
xz>Bj_3_mm in-
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CBEAMEBY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
lJa"bxador "H*ixrl*atirs,   ' --%•
l^ablserel. Salt Ood,
d^x-pao-ux's ty-eic. *EIam.s, -
*A,ti***v«ui's XTxxc. Bacon.
E*L6*a'x. '■';i''''-,''i';'*Sxa"a.,r ,,'.;; . .Slioxto;
•.. sW-HIOHBJT MUOM PAID FOB; If AMI PROOWpE. '     "    *
Miawir SooMllar-Armutrong Blook, Columbia St.
PARIS PATTERN.
UTS & BONNETS
JUST   ARRIVED,
Jas.Ellapd°5Co
Call Early ior First Choice
-f '*-» *w __\_tKjjS_^K_. jS ^
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
-   OPPOSITE THE BANK OF'MONTREAL. \
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &3.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTBEN PRICES,
A lull line ol Spectacles & EycClBSSCS in stcol, rubber, silver ami gn'il
Iramos.   Tbo linest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; all sights suited.
Speoial attention given to PINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having lu-rno 11 m
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologors in Eugland, aud sine, limn
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few Of the best firms ou tlieoonb:-
nent of America, is a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly man i-
ger for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Montn :\,
Charges Moderate,
Montbbal, Doe., 1887.—Mr. P. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, ISsq., Chnirnnn ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who did so
well for me as yon did whon in Montreal, and I am sorry you arefnot hero to-day."
dwupisto .
D. S. CURTIS * CO.
AGENTS   B. LAURANOE'S   SPEOTACLES.
wjm
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, 11. 0.
SEEDS, SEEDS)
At Central Grocery.
JUST RECEIVED-A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF
Ferry's Garden and Field Seeds, which are guaranteed
fresh and good. So don't send to the United States and other
places for small lots, when you can get them as good and cheap
at "Lvdaxsliall Sinclair's,
COLOMBIA STREET.
Clearing Out Sale!
-OF	
GENTS' CLOTHING
 AND—
HATS and CAPS.
WE HA YE DETERMINED TO RETIRE FROM THIS BRANCH OF
our business, the wholo of our available room being required for our Increasing trade in GENERAL snd FANCY DRAPERY, &o„ and wo now offer onr
entire stock ol Gentlemen's ClotliiiiK and Hats and Caps for the nest
21 days at a
DISCOUNT OF 20 PER CENT., FOR CASH.
tar Our Stock is all new, woll Selected and of first-class quality nnd stylo.
(-This is l GENUINE SALE and the wholo stock must be cleared.
W. & C. WOLFENDEN,
dwselOto Corner Colambla & Mary Streets,
BON MARCHE.
SPRING AND StiMMER
Dress afld Fancy Goods!
WALKER k SHADWELL.
4wse**l.

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