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British
Columbian.
VOLUME 6
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. 0., TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 1889.
NUMBER 149
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
T, G. ATKINSON,
1ARRI9TER, SOLICITOR, Ac. OmcCB-
l Masonlo Building, New WestminBter,
dwto
AHMBTRONG A KCKSTKIN,
-JARUISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETO.-
j Masonic Bnlldlng, New Westmln-
Kor, B. C. dwmy^to
W.NOUHAN UOkK, U* C,
*>AR*tI8Tfitt*AT-LA\V,LAND AGENT,
_J Money to Loan. Offloe—Olarkson St.,
Row Westminster, B C. die
<:-»K|[U|;M», Hcl'ULL A .IKSSi*,
JARRIHTERS, SOLICITORS, etc. Offl*
.J cus—Masonic Building'-, New West-
•fluster, nml Vancouver, li. (J. dwto
A. O. nilYDONE-JACK, M. A ,
TOTARY PUBLIC. CONVEYANCER,
I   Ae.   Barrister ot lhe New Brunswick
_ ..premo Court.   Office   In tho Hamley
llinldlng, Columbia SI., oppOBlto the Colonial Hoiel. dftPgtg
r JOSEPH K. «AVNOll, B.A..LL.B.
*10LD MEDALIST of the Unlvorsltj ot
.J Dublin. BARRISTKR-AT LAW of
Jho High Court, of Justine, Ireland. Oillces,
Horner McKonzlo A Olarkson Bts„ New
mVest m luster. dwfe2lto
0. II. (iATKWOOO, D.D.S.,
IhURQEON DENT1ST--A Grndualo of
15 tho Baltimore Dental College, Is pre-
mfired to do ull kinds ot Dental Work. Of-
■ce over Mt-Ii-mnnu A MvFeoly's hard-
Tare store, 18'J Cordova St., Vancouver,
■InpSOtc
G. W. UI1AST,
t RCHITECT.  Olllee-Cornor Mary and
Clarkson Sis., Westminster,   dwtc
CLOW  -Ji  K1ACI.UHBI,
i ROHITECTS.    Otnco-Room E. over
Bunk .of B. C, Columbia Street,West-
■fillister, dte
WlLMA.'l  II. K1NQ,
i RCHITEOT.SANITARYENGINEER,
\   Ae.  Removed lo Armstrong's Block,
Tiumbla slreet,  WestminBter — Room
to. 2. dto
W. TIIIHAVniSAU,
■ AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTB-
■ j mnn. Hamley Blouk, New Westmln-
ler, B. 0.   ^^       dmylSto
A. V. VOTTOlf,
iJKOMINION Asd PROVINCIAL LAND
L J  SUIiVKYOli. Ollii't*: Itoom D,Bank
I
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of tbo best makes; Cross-cut Si Hnnd-Saws,
Hnrbcd Wire for Fencing, snd all tho necessary Utensils for Farming)
Pulley Blocks, Siiutcli Blocks, Hope A Chain in all sUcas Pitch,
Tnr & Onkiini! Tarred and Plain Paper for niilldlngl Paints & Oils
in all colors', Liquid Paints In all shades; Floor Plllnts ready touse; Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper in alt designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating Oils, Traps of all ' - -• ' —'-   ' -'
igricullnrnl Implements,
1 descriptions, and a genoral assortment of
ttr Special attention givon to orders by mail.
T. Ti TX&JlE>X=> SO CO.,
dwjlySte Columbia Street, New Westminster.
GRANT & MACLURE.
Boots & Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
li,c. imiliiing, Westminster,B.C.
«. m ri'MtRN.u,
EAL ESTATE BROKER and County
j   Court Aaeni. Commissioner, Notnry
ubllo.Ao,   Rents collected.   Oilloe-Mc-
! en/loStreet,New Westminstor, B.0.
T. J. TflAFP*
i UCTIONEEIl    ASD     APPRAISER.
V   Columbia street, New Westminster.
II commission.-- will receive prompt
rl eni-erul attention. Best reference*-
en when required, mhiii-tc
TUllNKR, UKETON A CO.,
TERCHANTS. Wharf St., Vlctoiin.
_1 Agents for North British nnd Mer*
In tlio Insurance Co. (or Mainland. H.
1 Bbijton A Co., 3U Plnsbury Circus, Lon-
|m, E. C dto
& PEARSON
Real  Estato  Brokers aud
Financial Agents.
GENTS FOR
Cimfederatloi. Lifo Association of
Toronto,
Itnynl and Lancashire Fire Insur-
iin- ts (Join pantos.
its In tho City of Vnncouvor.
Persons wishing to buy or sell eity or
nil proporty should com mun Unite with
Oillces: Bank of B.O. building, opposite
wloltloo, Westminster, nud Hast Ings St.,
ancouvor. dwnplutc
RAND BROS.
>!'AL B8TATH DltOKBKS,
Conveyanoera, CoU«ctnn'
Aud   tnsurautii- Ageum,
decs ut
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
SIoKoimio and Clarkson Hts.
VAN 10UVER, Cordova Stroot,
LONDON .England.
WILDING LOTS for salo in all sections
Vancouver and Now Wostmlnster City.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
io at Chilllwhack, Port Hammond,
■ugley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mnd Bay.Lad-
r's Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
lid Plti River.
Maps aud Plans exhibited and the full-
t Information furnished at all our offices.
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Gheviotts.
ST.    S.   MANSON's
MEBOHANT    TAILOB.
Columbia Street, ■ NewWestminster.
Globe House!
MRS.   WM.   RAE
WILL  OFFER
Absolutely Pure-
ThlB powder never varies. A marvel of
purity,strength and wliolcsomen'-.-'s. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
eannot bo sold in competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate, powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal Baking Pow der Co,, 106 Wall St.,
New York.
afoly
HOUSE TO RENT
QN ST. PATRICK'!! SQUARE; - rooms.
87per montli.  Applyto
lijolto J. E. SDLLEY.
A ';
%fl
TO RENT.
LARGE BARN TO RENT, With a
lood well of water.   Apply to
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
What was Nero's greatest act of
cruelty) asked the teacher of a olass
in history. Playin' tho fiddle, was
n lad's response and tho teacher lot
it go at that.
The Philadelphia Record says that
sometimes men givo according to
their means, and sometimes according to thoir meanness. This is a
clerical bonmot nearly as old as tho
hills, but we can bear hearing it
once in a while.
MRS. Is. aot,T3.
To H-et*,
OFFICES  IN   TIIE   ARMSTRONG
Block.    Apply to
W.J. ARMSTRONG,
djoiotc Klii'rlir.
TO RENT.
A PLEASANT ROOM FOR TWO OES'-
tlcmon. with  or without llwml, In
prlvato fninlly.   Apply nl third Imuso up
the hill, left hand sido of Douglas street.
 OJulOto	
Timber Lands for Sale.
THE DISCOVERER'S INTEREST IN
about8,000aerosol flrtt-class Timber
Lands, principally Fir.
WOODS, TURNER * GAMBLE.
Now ".Vest,, B. C, Juno 11,1S89.   llJolSlnl
FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS
Dress Goods at Cost Price
Call Early and Secure Bargains.
W. BOVILL,
leal Estate Agent
AND CONVEYANCER.
EW WESTMINSTER'-Onice, Maekeii-
zlo Street.
ANCOlTVERi — omce,   Abbott   Street,
nenr Cordova Street.
§Pull List of City and Suburban Property.
J.'articular attention paid  lo Farming
lands,
lAcourato Information to oorreapnnd-
ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
bivll Engineers, LandSur-
\ veyors& Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
||MNC1AL, SHIPPING & COMMISSION AGENTS
Fire. 1.1ft A Marine Insurnucc.
1'Ol.UMUIAST.,   -   OPP. COLONIAlillOTEI-
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0,
|"iIVB PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
■Jf tetltlon to all professional orders and
louder their sorvloes to residents and non-
lesldents having City or Country Property
Do dlsposo of or deBlrlng prodtablo lnvosf*
Knent,
Vourllsls of eligible properties Aro com*
jpvelieiiHivo nnd constantly receiving addl*
Clous, and onr favorable eastern connue-
Silons both In Caniidii and tlm Atlantic
Jatntcs glvo us unusual facilities for busl-
|uoss.
' Special attention will bo paid to tho
Jptarehoso and Inspection of Lumber for
Btdii-imtuit lo foreign iiorls, Timnago char-
Bterod aud general slilppltm business trans-
luotod, dwaplyl
H31SSBB.
! Macpherson & Thomson
01 Ontario and Hnrquotto, Michigan,
hnvo opened n
IH THE HOLBROOK BLOOK,
f Columbia Stroet, _ doors East
of Telegraph Olllcc.
Tliey hove n comploto assortment of
J everything usnally found In a llist-clnss
■.Drug Store, comprising puro nnd frosh
] DRUQS, OHEMIOALS,
PATENT MEDIOINES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
.ENGLISH, FRENOH AND
AMERICAN PERFUMES,
Physicians' proscriptions eurofull)*oom-
t pounded dny and night. tcZ7dlm
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
Insurance and Financial
A.-GrESKT'TSI.
OFFICES ■
NEW WESTMINSTER, c2rmnoekrenc^3Kt*on
VANCOUVER,  CORANBEBROTCT08T°RVEETA.ND
—AND-
ANDERSON  BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG. ,07
CANNON ST.
Farming Lands/Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
TO LEASE.
THE UNION HOTEL, opposito Musonl
and OdilfolloM s' llloeli.
For particulars, npplv nt tbe
MAINLAND ItK-il'AURANT,
djelinl Nuw Westinlustor.
First-class Prairie Farm
FOR SALE
SUPERHLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, Norlh Arm, Frasnr River; containing SCO acres of t ho llni st fnrm Ing land
In the country; all dyked, well Improved,
i-ooil building--, good ovchard (b-iarlng).
Por further Information enquire of
. MAJOR A PEARSON,
dmy20lc Now Westminster.
Plants for Sale!
CHEAP
AT THU
In Great Vauictv, Inci.uoiko,
GERANIUMS, Doublo nnd Single; FU-
OHIAM, nil new varieties! HOSES,
Uoul'lo PETUNIAS, MOON-Kl.OWF.ItS;
a line collection of DAHLIAS (nnmed
Vnrlotles). ANNUALS, ir, els. per doz.
Mixed HKnillNO PLANTS, SI 50 per doz.
I offer 10 I'lnnts for SI, Including I Storm
King FUohln. Bouquets, Wreaths nnd
Orossos .nude to order. Fruit, Vegetables
und Flowers nt store, next Cily Hotol, Columbln St. Orders by mnll promptly nt-
tended to     ldwnp*yl]     I'. > 11II All.
Says a Washington journalist:
The impression has gone abroad that
tbia is a very religious administration.
A number of clover hypocrites have
taken to dressing like ministers and
writing religious sentiments on their
cards. They try this especially on
Private Sooretary Halford, who is a
serious, devout and reverential sort
of a follow,
"Now," said the bridegroom to tho
brido when thoy returned from the
honeymoon trip, "letushave a dear
understanding before we settle down
to married life. Are you the president orvice-prosident of this society*"
"1 want to be neither, president nor
vico president," she answered; "I
will be content with a subordinate
position." "What is that 1" "Treasurer.!1
Says tbe Arizona Howler: Business men in this community who
don't advertise in tho Howler frequently try to work us for a free ad
by getting us to publish a description of tho snakes they seo when
they have tho delirium tremens.
But wo arc on to the dodgo. We
tell thom right here and now that
wo will puff nothing oxcept a good
cigar without cash down.
FIGHTING REDSKINS.
A Battle Now in Progress in Montana Between Indians and tlio
Civil Authorities.
The Intended Revolt in the Kingston Penitentiary is Frustrated
hy Prompt Action.
Tho Extradition Papers of Burke,
the Murderer of Crouiu,
aro Signed.
Evils of Intemperance.—Einstein
(to his partner)—"Isaacs, yon vas
ond late lasd night, I zee. Dot
must atop, Isaacs; uo more drinkin'
dis mont'. You hear rae, Isaacs'"
Isaacs—"I don'd drink in poeziness
hours." Einstein—"Dot make no
differ. You drink ad nigd, ant
efl'ory mornings your hunts tremble
so you gan't ohow a gustomer any of
dose sheap pants mitout shakin1 de
buttons off."
T. A. IUIE k CO.
DRUG6BSTS
Queen's Hotel  Block,
!■■!»' WKSTMIVSimt.
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
Business Property.
Lot facing on Oolumbia and Front Sts.,
in contral portion of the oity; soveral
buildinga bring good rcnt-?2i!,000.00.
Lot 4, Blook 7, noar Lytton Square,
6(1x132 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Front Sta.-$6-000.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St,, 33x06 feet—
$4,000.00,
Also—Lot and Building with Btook of
Goods, ono of tho best business stands
in tho oity,
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Lata Partner of John MnVIckor)
1 MINING ENGINEER, U.S. * PROVINCIAL SURVEYOR, A ASSAYHR.
BVRellnhlo reports, umlergrountl sur*
vovsandmnpsof mines executed ntlow
rates. Assays mndo on all kinds of minorals, gold and silver bars. Thirty years'
oxperlenoe In mining In Asia, Europe
and United Htilton of  Amerioa.   Spcaltr
ten Innguaiif
promptly atti
....   Assays frnm a dlstunoo
londod to.   Address Vnnoou-
ImprovedResidential Property
Lot 15, Blook 13; two houses rented at
paying figures—84,500.00.
House and Lot on Lome St., near Col*
urnbio—$1250.00.
Lots 4, 5 & 0, Block 10; good house,
garden, kc.; choice residence property
-f5.250.00.
Comer Lot on Columbia St.; fenced ond
cleared —$1500.00.
House and Lot on Columbia St.; ono of
the finest residences in tho oity—-$7,*
000.00.
House and Lot on Royal Avonue, nour
Douglas St.— 82,000.00.
House and 3 Lots, cornor Royal Avenuo
and St. Patrick's St.; nn better resilience sito in the city—$10,000.00,
1 ncrc, with 7 houses, near tho Park—
$0,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Blook 28; cornor lot on Agnes St.;
fine residence site -$1200,00.
Lots on St. Androw'a St., near Queen's
Avonuo—$500,00 oach.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Halifax Sts., near Clinton St.; fino views
and woll situated—$350.00, $375.00,
$500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton-
$300.00.
Lot 0, Sub-Block lOj flue residence lota-
$250.00.
Lots on Pelham St., near Mary-—$000.00
each.
Lot on Pelham St., near St. Andrew's;
fino site—$500.00.
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne—
$350.00.
Lot in St. Andrew's Squaro - §300.00.
Lots in Blook fronting on North Ant
roadi finest chanco in tho market fo:
residenco or speculation—$125.00 U
$175,00,
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Bloc
I2~$00.00 to $125.00.
Lot' lu Subdivision of Lot 17, mib-Bloo
13-$100.00 each.
Lots in Westminster Addition at $15.00
to $50.00.
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY,
dnplto
SO oo.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND—
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Pro*
Ati udvei'tisraent.—Wife—Don't
fail to insert an ndvertisment about
poor loBtFido. Husband—Fear not.
(Exit.) Wife (reads in paper following morning): "$10 reward. Lost
last Monday, a measly, hair-lipped,
cross-eyed old yellow pup answering
to the name of Fido. He lias no
tail, id wild with fleas, has a glass
eye, and his whines would make a
rhinoceros shudder. Knows how to
bite. $50 reward if he is returned
in a hearso."   (Wife faints.)
A prominent Turkish official in
Constantinople laments tho spread of
Christianity among the women of
Turkey, on the ground that it will
soon lend the Turkish Indies to dress
us immodestly as Christian ladies,—
Ex. But then the unspeakable Turk
has false ideas of modesty. He
won't lut his women-folks expose
more than the tip of their nose to
heaven's sunlight, and the decoUete
outfit which some Christian ladies
afl'ect, on certain occasions, would
put, the "-iuUimo Porto" into fits,
BATTLE WITH  INDIANS,
Helena, Mon.. June 25.—News
reached here early this morning from
Arlee, lln principnl town in the Fiat-
head reserve, that Sheriff Hey fron aud
a posse from Missoula county, who
went to tho reserve to nrreBt threo
Indian murderers aro having a battle
with the Indians, who refused to give
up the men wanted. Two Indians aro
reported to have been killed already.
Agent Honan has called on the officer
in command at Fort Missoula for
troops, but that officer is waiting ordors irom Washington, In the meantime a posse of well known citizens
fromMissoulaheaded by MayorSioane,
has been organized, and it is on its
way to aid the sheriff. The civil officers are determined to arresi the murderers, and as tha Indians are determined not to give them up serious trouble is
feared.
THE 'FRISCO SUSPECr.
San Fhancisco, June 25.—The San
Franciscan, who a Chicago despatch
says tho polico there have under surveillance ou suspicion of connection
with the Cronin murder, is thought to
be Maurice Welch, the famous fenian
and for many years the warm personal
friend of Luke Dillon.
Tlio report that the office-seekers
at Washington havo nearly worried
President Harrison to death is borne
out by the statement that between
March 4 and May 18 he mado 9,500
appointments, During the corresponding period of 1885 President
Clevland, according to the Springfield Republican, filled only 2,000
offices, It might be mentioned in
this connection that Republican
sentiment on the subject of civil service reform seems to have undergone
a i imarkable chango since the party's
platform was framed and adopted at
Chicago a year ago.
Deer farming is a new venture,
but it has been tried and proven n
success by Major W. L, Thomas and
J. 0. Hunt, of Valdosta, Ga.
Each gentleman has a drove of deer
that run about in n pasture liko
cattle. The only difference between
tho two pastures is that it is neces
sary to enclose the deer within a
wire fence about twelve feot high.
Pastures of this kind are planted in
rye, upon whioh the deer feed and
keep rolling fat. In the winter it is,
of courso, necessary to feed them
upon grain, but as deer can be fed on
the same quantity, or very little
more, than a turkey, the cost of
raising them is very slight, while
they sell at n high rate.
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating to
Real Kstato,
— AGENTS POR—
London Assurance Corporation.
Connecticut Fivo Iihnrnnce Co, of
Hartford.
London and Lancashire Lire Assurance Co,
Canton Iitstirnnco Oflice, Ld. (Marino)
OFPIOR81
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwseUyl
England now owns 51.4 per cent
of the entire ocean tonnage of the
world, and yot her shipbuilders are
busier this year than thoy ever were
before, being obliged to refuse many
orders for new vosboIs. The increase
in tho steam tonnage of tho world in
1888 was 633,048 tons, or twice as
much ns that of 1886 and 1887 com*
liincd, and of this half was built by
Ih'itish owners. Other great nations had large shares in the increase,
but the United States is away down
in the list, hor additions to her steam
fleet being but littlo moro than
double in tonnage those of the Sandwich Islands. But, with freo trade
(..rent Britain in the field, no other
nation can maintain a protective
tariil and hope to build up a shipbuilding industry at the same time.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
nt tho Coi-uhuian offico. Priaos will be
found as low as at anv other office In
tho province — Ada
SHIP PURCHASED.
New York, June 25.-J. H. Winchester & Co., ship brokers, havo purchased tho ship Portland Lloyd's. The
vessel is at present in San Francisco.
Tho price paid wbb $25,000.
FIGHT  POSTPONED.
San Francisco, June 25.—Tho glovo
contest between Tommy Warren, of
Los Angeles, and Johnnie Griffin, of
Braintree, Mass., whioh was to have
taken place next Friday night at tho
San Francisco athletic club for a purse
of,$1,60, has been postponed until
July 12th on account of an accident to
Warren, who injured his groin in playing football
A MURDERESS EXECUTED.
PuiMDELFAIA, Pu., June 25—Mrs.
Whitoleg, who poisoned her husband
and two children, was executed  this
morning.   The drop fell at 10:07.
A NOTORIOUS SCOUNDREL HANGED.
Wilkesbarre., Pa., June 25.—
Red Nosed Mike was hanged at 10
o'clock this morning for tho murder of
Paymaster McClure. Nothing of a
sensational naturo in connection with
the execution, Tho body was cut
down at 10:18 a. in.
WHEAT DESTROYED.
Gridley, Cal., June 25.- A firo
which started in tho stubble this morning destroyed a hundred and fivo ncres
of wheat.
KILLED BY A CAT.
Madera, Cal., Juno 25.—George
Crooks, a rancher, living in a cabin
abi.ut twenty miles from hare, was
found dead in his bed this morning
with a large cat on his breast devouring hia face. The cat was driven away
and the coroner notified,
THE WINO AND WIND.
Eureka, Cal., Juno 25 --The water
logged schooner Wing and Wing was
picked up out-side of the harbor last
night by the tug Robert,
LARGE TANNERY BURNED.
Benicia, Cal,, Juno 26.—At 1:30
o'clock this morning fire broke out in
tho pioneer tannery, the largest and
m-st fully equipped concern of its kind
in California, A high wind was blowing and the firemen wero unablo to
cope with tho flames, aud in ■ less than
an hour the tannery wasapile'f ashes.
Tho lots will probably exceed $200,-
000. insurance $37,000. Tho owners
were McKay & Chisholm.
LARUE CHARITABLE BEQUEST.
San Fuancsco, June 25.—The will
of Robert 0. Johnson, deceased, merchant, waB filed fur probate to-day.
The estate is valued at over a million
dollars. A hundred thousand dollars
iB left for charitable purposes.
BOATING  SQUABBLES.
New London, Coun., Juno 25.—*The
Yale and Pennsylvania boating ofticials
had a warm controversy at thoir quarters last night. Yalo objects to four
post grsduntos who aro seated in the
Pennsylvania b-at as Freshmen. Ai'ier
a long wrangle Yalo finally agreed to
ioa- the raco this afternoon at 5o'clock.
Tho Yale and Freshmen boat inn men
then notiliod the PciuiBylvaiiiuns that
Yale would row uo m<>ro races with
crews from tho University of Ponnsyl
vnuiit. That will ond Yale's annual
contest with the Quakers. Tho Yalo
men thun asked Harvard to admit
Yalo to the Harvard-Columbia raco ou
Thursdny. Thia foil through, but
from the drift uf conversation it was
plain that Harvard is tired of these
side shows, aud favors confining her
annual events to races between the
Yalo aud Harvard University and
Freshmen crews.
OFFICERS ELECTED.
San Francisco, Juno 25.—At this
morning's session of tho American
Pharmaceutical Association tho following officers wero elected : K Painter,
of New York, president; K, Simmon,
of St. Paul, W. M. Searby, of San
FronciBco, J. W. Rokford of Aberdeen,
Miss., vice-presidents; S. A. Shepard,
of Boston, treasurer; J. M. Marsch of
Philadelphia, secretary. Old Point
Comfort, Virginia, wna decided upon as
a place for next year's convention.
COSVICTED OF MURDER.
Atlanta, Ga., June25.—In supreme
court, Tom Waolfolk, who murdered
his family consisting of fivo persons,
was convicted of murder in the first
degree
MRS. HAYES DEAD.
Fremont, Ohio, June 25.—Mrs.
Hayes, wifo of ex President Hayes,
died this morning at 0:30 o'clock.
THE EXTRADITION PAPERS,
Washington, June 25.—Tho president signed the papors for the extradition of Martin Burke, on his return
from Capo May last night. Thia
morning they wero countersigned by
the aeeretary of Btate. George W.
Baker, of Illinois, U. S. attorney's officer left for Chicsgo on the noon train
with the papers in his possession.
THE PENITENTIARY REJOLT.
Ottawa, Juno 24. —The threatened
revolt at the Kingston penitentiary
to-day did not take place, as the result
of precautionary measures. In loss
than thirty minutes the men of "A"
battery wero inside the prison walls
and wero bo stationed in different parts
of the institution that not a single
prisoner was aware of their presence.
This arrangement, Bays tho warden,
would effectually prevent the carrying
out of the previous plan which was as
follows: '-Each gang, in whioh are
50 or 00 men with four or five guards,
was at a given signal to overpower the
guards, and then tie them up in the
shops. Tho outside gangs, that is the
mon working outside the prison walls,
nnd who number 70 or 80, were, on
hearing tho signal, to overpower their
guards, open the gates and attack the
tho armory in which all our lifles and
amunilion are stored. When wo consider the number of prisoners in the
institution, 660 in all, one can very
well see the folly of attempting to
quell such a general "uprising as
was threatened without outside help.
Another point, too, that rendered it
important that we should have an extra force viz: That even should th<-
prisotiers only overpower a few guards,
they could prevent other guards from
firing by holding up before them as
shields, theso guards whom they had
in their power, and they might quite
easily have made their escape that
way. The minister of justice and Inspector Moylan expressed themselves
perfectly satisfied with my courso.
When the prisoners wero coming from
breakfast troops wero drawn up in line
in two files and the prisoners marched
through. It ia hardly necessary to
Bay they were greatly surprised. They
at onco lost heart and an outbreak was
not attempted. We have arrested the
ringleaders and in due timo punishment will bo meted out to them."
- .   NO PROTECTION THIS YEAR.
Ottawa, Juno 24,—It is stated in
official circles that no action will be
tnken at presont by cither the Dominion
or British governments in regard to protecting British sealing vessels in Behring
sea, The question as to the right of the
United States to exclusive jurisdiction
will for the present be held in abeyance,
as on good authority it is learned that
tbo British government is seeking the
co-operation of several maritime powers
of the world, with n view to joining the
dispute against the U. S. claims, and to
force tho question to arbitration. The
British government will toko no notion
until a settlement lins been arrived at in
this way.        i
BURSED.
Syracuse, N. Y., June 24. —Fire
seriously damaged the Vanderbllt house
this morning. It started in tho upper
story and burned down to some extent
though it was largely confined to the 3rd
story and the roof. Great damage was
done to the furniture, etc. by water.
AU tho guests escaped in safety. The
hotel Btook was valued at $50,000; insured for $40,000. lhe loss is estimated
at (30,000.
A WONDERFUL OPINION.
New York, Juno 24.—The Courier des
Estate Unts writing editorially this
morning on Bismarck and Switzerland
Bays: "The neutrality of Switzerland in
the event of a war in Europo would be
exposed to extreme peril, and tlio eagerness which the German chancellor has
shown in exaggerating tho insignificant
Wohlgmuth incident can have no other
purpose than to create in advance pretexts for the agcressson of which he
would avail himself at the proper time
and place. The neutrality of Switzerland is menaced even moro than that of
Belgium. In tho event of war with
France tho violation of Swiss territory
would be a necessity of the German
army, which would thus turn the forts
ou our eastern frontier, and especially of
tho auxiliary Italian arm-,, which would
seize the almost impossible defiles of tlie
Alps. In a year these strategic considerations may perhaps explain tbe animosity
with whieh Bismarck haB treated tlie
Wohlgmuth affair."
ADRUrONTUEDEEP,
San Franoisco, Juno 24.—The str.
Crescent City, from tho northern California coast, this morning, reports
having cut from the schooner Wing and
Wing, which went ashore thore a few
weeks ago. A gale sprang up next
morning and the lines became parted.
It was impossible to remain by the
t-choouerand the Bteamer continued
to port. The steamer became water
losgcd and is now probably drifting
about.
SERIOUS AFFRAY.
Haverstraw, Juno 24.—A gang of
colored mon and of Hungarians, engaged in a serions riot at Joues Point
yesterdny afternoon, tho result of
which was thi* shooting of 4 Hungarians by tho colored men. The colored line has been the occasion
of a groat doul of bitter feeling,
wliich found vent in two Hungarians
attempting to drown a negro. The
lat tor's friend saw the attempt and
went to his rosouo. Tho Hungarians
gathered to do battle for thoir two
friends. A colored man named Jamos
Morton doliborately drew a revolver
and fired seven shots, bringing down
four Hungarians ono of whom waB instantly killed. Then tho light bscamo
general, and knives and pistols were
freely used. Word wns immediately
sent to Haverstraw and two officers
and Coroner McGowan visited the
scene, when Clarke Ryder, Walter
Dean, Frank Long and Walter Davis
were arrested and held as witnesses,
while Morton, tho man who did tho
shooting made his escape. This morning tho colored mon started to work in
a brickyard, when the Hungarians
turned out and with shouts of ''four
niggera for ono whito man" drove them
from the placo. Sheriff Shankey haa
boen telegraphed for. Still further
troublo is anticipated.
THE RIPPER'S VICTIM.
The Identity of the Woman Found
in the River Thames has
been Established.
Mr. Joseph Kenny Gives Evident
Before the Parnell Commission
Concerning Lecaron.
The French Elections will Probably Take Place Within a
Few Months,
THE RIPPER'S VICTIM.
London, June 25,—The identity of
the woman whose body was recently
taken piecemeal out of tho Thames,
has been established, several persons
having recognized her by the clothing
in which parts of her body was wrap*
ped, and by peculiar scars on the arms.
She was Elizabeth -Jackson, a frequenter of common lodging houses in Ohel*
6(M, and virtually a prostitute. She
was known to bo nlivo on May .list.
The identification haB revived the
theory that she was another victim of
Jack the Ripper.
PARNELL COMMISSION.
London, June 25.—Before the Par*
nell commission to-day Joseph Kenny
testified he did not know Lecaron. Ho
denied he introduced Lecaron to Mr.
Sexton. He would nut allow auch a
man into his house. Lecaron, lie said,
had a false faco whioh would make
honest men chary of associating with
him.
IMPRISONED   MEMBERS.
London, June 24.—In a small
pamphlet just printed by order of the
houae of commons, is contained a record of the convictions of members of
parliament for offences against ths
Crimes act, showing that during the
past yoar Irish members have been
sentenced to terms of imprisonment
aggregating nearly seven years.
Twenty-four Irish members have been
convicted, and one English member,
Mr. Conybeare, has a sentence still
hanging over him. Cox and
Finuucaiie sustained no less than
firo prosecutions, though their sen*
tonccs aggregated only five and
nine months, respectively. Mr. Condon, undergoing his fourth incarceration, haB altogether been sentenced
to 8 months' imprisonment. Edward
Harrington has to complete a term of
six months following another of one
month, and Patrick O'Brien's two convictions have abut him up for seven
months. William O'Brien hns received sentences aggregating six
months and David Sheehan 10 months.
THE FRENCH ELECTIONS.
Paris, June 24.—Report ia now becoming generally believed thnt the
French government intends to hasten
the elections, and that it will probably
fix them fur the middle of August.
This will be dono in order to utilize
its success during tho exhibition, aud
thus foil the BoulaugiBts. The gov.
eminent will also for same reasons
avoid giving the formal report on the
investigation of the charges against
General Boulanger. In such a repot t
it could not fail but to weaken its position.     	
VICTORIA HEWS.
Consigned to Enrlh.—From the North.
Firr.1 Salmon Bccelpta.»*The BalMOft
Puck Fair.
Special to the Columbian.
Victoria, June 25.—The str. Prin*
cess Louise arrived this morning with
the Crockor-Dunsmuir party from Co.
mox mines and left for the sound this
afternoon.
The unfortunate girl, Edna Farns-
worth, who suicided on Sunday, was
buried to-day. Rev. J. E. Starr officiated.
The steamer Sardonyx arrived from
the north to-day and brought down
the first salmon of the Benson; fivo
hundred cases from tho B. A, P. Co.,
A good run ia eipected.   Up to  the
Eresent, the run has been slock. Mc-
ennan's cannery has packed up to the
present 1200 cases. The run was un*
usally good there. An Indian woman
who tried to burglarize Cunningham's
store, was brought down for trial.
The steamer also has 200 barrels of
black cod from Queen Charlotte Islands.
The mid-summer school examinations commenced to-day.
PERSONAL.
Simon Leiaer, of Victoria, is in the
city,
A. Charleson and wife returned from
Victoria this morning.
Rev. Mr. Schotieldand Mrs. Scho-
field left for Kamloops to-day.
A bateau, carrying passengers and
freight on Maurico river, Quebec, Sunday, became immantgeable, near Grand
Piles, owing to the swiftness of the
current, and was carried over the falls
near thnt place. The following were
drowned: Joseph Uivard end two
children, Geo. Hamilton, of Wotionne,
E. Pelleriveand and Miss Pellorivcancl.
Farmen, Attention t
It is now just one year since Messrs,
F. G. Strickland & Co. commenced
selling farming implements in this city,
during that time they have reduced
the coft to the farmers fully 25 per
cent., and are now offering their many
frionds a far superior articlo at a much
reduced price, whioh has been badly
needed fn this country, Victoria
houses havo until now controlled this
important trado, but tho farmers of
the mainland now see thoy can get as
good, if not superior articles, in this
oity, where repairs of every description nro kopt, whioh is a great convenience of itself. Messrs, Strickland &
Co, say, their "Little Maxwell Bh.der"
is more popular than ever this year,
and tho "Toronto" mower is the
monarch of the meadow. They sell
tho Maxwell mower for $05. If only
for a lawn, no farmer oan afford to be
without one. It will pay the most
careful buyor to call on or writ" Messrs,
Strickland & Co., when in ueed, of
anything in the farming machinery
line. Thoy employ no travelling humbugs, but give their patrons the benefit. *
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sGastoti,-.
NEW WESTMINSTER
BUILDING SOCIETY.
A GENERAL   MEETING WILL DE
held in the OOURT HOUSE on
Saturday tbe *Oth June,
AT 8 P. M.
Purpose—Drawing forthe Eleventh Appropriation of 81,000.
Members tn arrears an requested to pay
all dues at the Secretary's office, Bank
Buildings, Mnry slreet, before tbat date bo
as to lessen tho Secretary's work on that
evoning.
Newmemborswill bo admitted tothe
Drawing on payment of entrance fee, ll,
ami four weeks' subscriptions, |2 per
share.
By order,     WALTER J. WALKER,
Secretary,
Juno 24th, 1880, dJo2H6 w
^Bsassm
DAILY BRITISH OOLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0„ JUNE 26, 1889.
VOLUME VI.—NO. 149.
THE   DAILY   COLUMBIAN
Emit AftefMM except •urla-r,
1 BT THB
XBlNNBlXi-Br      BBOTHIBB,
At tbelr Steam   Printing Establishment, Colnmbla Street.
BT   HAIL:
Por 12 months................ .,„ $8 00
For 9 months „.. 4 25
(for S month--.......... » 2 26
DELIVERED IN THE CITY:
For 12 mouths  -. J1D IK
For 6 months  -. -_...  6 2b
I'l-r month       80
ptirwt-elc -       25
I'nyiiiflUt In sll cases (except for weekly
rft'e) io lie made In advance.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
I-t-iic-*! every W**ilh«Mlny MarolMf.
Hellvered lu the City, per year...... 93.00
Mailed,
M»lled,
ItoUt) British (Hotambian
Taesday Evenloc, Jnne 99, 1889.
It is   matter for congratulation
that the liquor license by-law hns
been satisfactorily disposed of at lust
to all parties.   As will be scon by
tho report elsewhere of the council
proceedings,   Alderman   Curtis'
amendment by-law was passed last
night, und the original by-law will
now be enforced from and after tho
30th of June next, in all particulars
except in the matter of tho remitting of half the license fee for saloons
for the noxt six mouths, ns provided
by Alderman   Curtis'  amendment.
The by-law is a good   measure as a
whole, and its proper enforcement
(for which the citizens have a guarantee in their mayor und couucil, if
properly supported) cannot   fail to
give the royal city a higher status
than it  has hitherto possessed in
matters  of  common   morality aud
outward decorum, which will bo a
distinct gain to the city from a material standpoint even.   While on
the subject of the by-law, we would
remark  that Alderman Curtis did
himself honor last night by his frank
and ample apology to his  worship
Mayor Hendry for tho hasty and unintentional personal remarks which
he  (Alderman Curtis) had let slip
on the previous meeting night.   As
to the liquor license by law itself, it
is said   that, notwithstanding the
licensed victuallers having been conceded   what  they asked, viz., the
remittance of half the license fee on
saloons  for  six months, they will
contest the measure on other points.
This is not at all improbable* but
we are sure the largo majority of our
citizens have come to tlm conclusion
that it is time the city, for its own
dignity and welfare, took a different
stand  on  this question than that
which was   token   a few years ngo,
when the humiliating statement was
made  in open council thnt it was
deemed prudent to repeal a Sunday
closing measure for the reason that
the city hud no money to oppose the
contests nf the licensed victuallers
in   tlm  courts,   Westminster  hns
taken   several   large  strides sinco
then, and we venture to say that its
chief magistrate and board of nklcr-
men are now prepared to uphold in
befitting uiunncr the honor of tlio
city by being responsible for the final
enforcement of its statutes, if  legal
quibbles   should cause some trouble
and expense in the meantime.
various kinds of Imperial service
Lord Rosebery bit off last night by
describing him as the "maid-of-all-
work of tho empire." It would huvo
been singularly ungracious on tlie
part of the nation if some portion of
it able to speak and act in behalf of
tbe rest had suffered Lord Dufierin
to pass from his duties in India to
his duties in Rome without some
populur testimonial of admiration.
In his marquisate Lord Dufierin
already possessed tha official guerdon
of his servicrH. This honor was
supplemented yesterday by ono
which is seldom conferred except in
sympathy with the desire of the nation, It will be the opinion of
everyone that his sixteen years of
servico as a diplomatist, as governor-
general of Canada, and as viceroy of
"India fairly entitled Lord Dufferin
to the ovation which ho recoived.
Although tho governorship of Canada had its own peculiar difficulties,
India, as Lord Dufterin's most recent and most diflioult provinco, was
naturally the burden of his evening
speech of thanks." Lady Dufferin,
it should bu mentioned, not only
ably assisted her distinguished hits-
bad in India, as all know so well sho
did in Canada, in all the social duties of the vicoroyalty, but, as most
readers of the current news of the
day will bo aware, sho did much to
ameliorate and elevate the condition
of the women of India, by establishing hospitals for women, with female
physicians and nurses (none other
being allowed to attend them), and
also founding a female medical college, which is largely attended, und
will continue to be a means of much
good to India's women. Altogether,
the names of both Lord and Lady
Dufferin will be o.s fragrance in tho
land of the Ganges, as they ure today hold in high .and deserved regard the civili-jed world over.
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Lord Dufferin, the most popular
and successi-jl governor-general that
tlie Dominion has ever had, wins
fresh laurels and golden opinions and
deserved honors in every high position of trust in his country's service
to which he is called; and whatever
may be the political complexion of
tho party in power in the courts of
St. James—Liberal or Conservative
—this tactful Irishmun, this consummate diplomat, this man with
the glass eye, the Marquis of Duf-
fi'riu, is invariably given the most
delicate missions, the most difficult
posts, and the hardest knots to untie,
within the disposal of the empire.
Lord Dufferin has recently finished
a most successful term as viceroy of
India,wliere, by his rare tact und
other good qualities, supplemented
by the invaluable services of his
noble wife, Lndy Dufferin, the effect
of his reyim.. while advancing British interests in India, Burmah and
Afghanistan, has been conciliatory
towards Russia, und eminently successful iu winning the esteem and
regard of the natives of India, and
placing tlmt country upon a good
footing in every respect. A fitting
honor was conferred upon thn returned stato-miun in London, on the
30th of Moy last, preparatory to
his setting out to attend to his now
duties in Itom", whither he haB been
appointed, ln tho aftornoon of that
dey he was presented with tho
freedom of the city of London, an
honor rarely conferred, and in the
evening lie was entertained by tho
lord mayor and corporation at a
banquet in the Guildhall. The London Times, of the date of May
31st, thus comments upon the
incident: "The significance of tho
honor thus paid to the late vicoroy
of India rests upon something more
than the historical sentiment attach
ing to tho gift of the city's freedom,
and the distinguished services of the
men upon whom it haa been conferred iu times past. This significance is enhanced in the case of Lord
Dufferin by other considerations.
He ia ono of the few civilians who
have receiver! the magic distinction;
aud, above all, the corporation in
doing him honor, expresses the
unanimous approbation of Iub countrymen. The 1*011 of the guests at
the banquet shows that Lord Duf-
fej-in'i namo, unlike that of some
Indian viceroys, is associated with
no feelings of partisanship, and no
extreme or bitterly contested views
of policy. Politicians sharply divided in matters of home interest find
fo his broad-based policy it common
plane of agreement, nnd allow that
while others may have shown greater
daring, greater rashness or greater
brilliancy, Lord Dufferin represents
the most prudent, most unprejudiced,
most far-seeing type of Imperial
administrator.   Hii adaptability to,
That was an interesting discussion
in the Methodist conference, says
the Empire, about tho uso by churchmen of the "secular press" for airing
religious controversy in preference
to the special paper or organ of the
denomination. There were no aspersions cast upon tho secular press,
nor was its standing in any way im-
punged, but the impression produced
by reading the sentiments of some
of the speakers was that tho daily
paper is not so suitable a medium
for discussing moral and religious
pointBof difference us the regularly
accredited journal of the church.
Tho idea desired to be conveyed wus
perhaps, tho Empire thinks, that the
daily paper is not so reverential as it
might be, that an article on n religious topic would, from its environments, carry less weight than if addressed to tiiose whoso mind:-* wen-
devoted for the time being to the
perusal of what a church weekly
contains. A question is involved iu
the above not altogether uninteresting to daily newspaper makers ns
well as readers, and the Empire
stands up ably for the.daily "secular
paper" as the fit and proper -- am i
most fit and pro-jet-—exponent uutl
medium forthedisuussion of all phases
nnd questions affecting society us u
whole. Our eotempornry continues
as follows : Well, if such n notion
were entertained by mo-dtseubser**.
of tlie question at the conference—
and we do not say strictly that it
was—the candid truth is that the
daily paper, full of vitality, dealing
with living issues, "the very age and
body of the time, its form and pre:*
sure," must be thu natural recourse
of all who wish their best thoughts
to make the deepest impression.
The denominational press tills its
own sphere, and lilts it well. Of
invaluable aid to the particular reli
gious community which it serves, a
church paper has influence beyond
the circle it mure definitely addresses; but eveu then its work is
circumscribed, nnd the controversialist naturally betakes himself to
the paper which reflects Ins whole
life and not the religious phase of it
only. In its own way, and with its
own power, the secular press, so-
called, is doing as earnest a work
for Christian morality, for true principles, for obedienco to tho civil
authority, as those, who under different names, are sincerely laboring to
uplift humanity by encouraging organized church work. There ought
tu bo no distinction in their ultimate
aim, nnd the solo difference of actual
account in the long run is that tiio
journalism which exercises tho most
profound influence on Bociety at
large, whose efforts are sustained
and ever-present, is liable to be flippantly dismissed ns the "secular
press," and prevented from accomplishing a full measure of good by
mistaken ideas of its purpose.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
VANCOUVER.
51 YATES ST,.
VICTORIA.
JAMES D. RAE
[SUCCESSOR TO I).  Mcl'IlMJEiN]
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FIRST-CLASS
Groceries and Provisions
MP MS MS MM <-,     *M_r. MS m
Coffees Roasted nnd Ground on the Premises.    Fine Teas a Specialty.
UWy _______^__,COLUMBIA STREET*"**-*---—-	
Df -sale
PURSUANT TO EXECUTIONS AGAINST LANDS ACT, IS7I.
fn the Kiipi-ciur Court ol' IS.J.i-'li Columbia and in the County
Conn of New Westminster-,
F, G. VERNON, HERMANN WICKERS,
WILLIAM OAI-KINS,
TN OBE
I Oonrl
POSTILLBUOS., T. NEELANDS,
I'LAIN'TIITS,
1)K1-'EN-1)AST.
DBEDIENOR TO WRIT.'-*. OF EXECUTION ISSUED OUT OF THE ATJOVE
on llioStr-l antl '•"Mi dnys of Muv, 1>S!>, respectively, mid lo imidirccleU in
imm eil Mil la. fnr ili» Mini of f-.;il<*-. -nil Inler. si nn ll.c h-uiio in I lio into of il
piM'(-eiilnm pi'i'Himimi unlil paid, lies ides MieiilV's fees, pniimtncemul -.Mini1-■;■■-< n-
sgh nt IliU -'xt-i-mion.l lmve seized ami will oli'or for suit) by luicllon, iiLtlieCUUUT
House, Nov/ Westminster,on
Thursday the 27th Day of June Next,
Atiao'ckefc noon, nil lho right, title and Intbrcat of llie snld William Calkins, ns
doserlli'i! tu tnh jidvt'i'llHi m--nl,'H'MtJH<*iont thereof io Rii'lsfy lln- Judgment del) nnd
■•xpi'iw'-; m this net Ion, siinj-et. to n moil)--!-."'- foi-j'l,";!)0.()0iilid Interest tlierec-ii nil)
pei centum per un mini from I no 1-Uli Mm-ell, I8S.-I.
New Westminster
■ Concise doeorlp*
j Hon 0/ property.
Norlh West !.,' of Section 23,
Township 29,
Pralrlelandpart*
i ly ditched A un*
j der cultivation;
h-iild*!*' thereon
Estato orIal-at
gtstcrr-tl in  the Lnnd Registry Olllcc, on Hie ffljili dm
\ ot Mnreli, 1889, respoctlvely, against said in mis.
*TO*. T. -i*j.*=a*iVJ:"3T*i*?iOZ<r***i-. ftUGlUFP-
Wet-lminalor   oimty.
iiotsce of bale
PURSUANT TO EXKCUTIONR A'.'AlNST LANDS ACT, 187*.
in llie County Court of Sew Westminster, UoUlen at Kew
Westminster.
L. P. KCKSTKIN,
W. II. BROWN,
Plaintiff,
defendant.
[N OBEDIENCE TO A WRIT OP FI FA ISSUED OUT OF TIIE COUNTY COURT
nf Ntw Wesl min*.'pr, on tin- inn Nnv-mber, 188S, und io mc dlroi-lwl Imii
niiovo tituiu-l miu r
Jiibi-i
1  for 11:
unnii in from tho lull day of O.-ioher, 1884, milM pnld, bosl-lft* Rlii-rHTs
potimhiL'ii.mid iiUi'r !'.**■ ■■■'ns'ts of Uii- exi-eiillon. I lmve no,7.vd mid will olk-i'fur
side iiy Auottou, at the Court House, New Westminster, on
Thursday, the 27th day of June, next,
Al 12o'clock,nunn.all tho liRk'.-tlMa nnd Intei-ntnf tho said W.H Brown, nn de-
serlbed in ill I- iidverllH.-mcni. or se .Ibti'iil. (hereof In s-.ijsf.v Um JinliMuiiii tli-l.t. mid
ex pen m". I>i (his net lou, sub-Joel to 11 mnrl age forjl fi 0.00 and interest on ihoRUinn m
!l nereuiiltim por am nm 'nun tho 28th tieploifilicr, ISM.
New Westminster.
Lot 288, Group II, anil Snath
he.lf I.«t270, ('ronpll,
Concise do'crlp-
llOll of rroperly
Ai'iieiiltm-'l lnnd
l ui Uv c-s-arftl.
with   l>iilldtiir:s
thoroon.
The .T11 dt;ment was regLstenvl In lhe Ltind lteclstry Olllco, New West 111 timler.
ugnlnstsiild lnnds on tlio Oth day Of October, 18v>'.
*W. T.  ASMSTSOl-TG-, S*fcnerl*Ef.
djeiotd Westminster Critwly.
3E» X flCJ EST KS IE "EC
Children Cryfor Pitcher's .:i*itoria
Notice to Builders
fPENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
X the undersigned up to July 1st for lhe
erection of a TWO-STOREY IlKSIUENOK
to bo built on Lulu Islnnd, for Mr. \V.
Curseitl leu.
Lowest or any tender not noottwarlly
accepted.
Plans nnd specifications cun be scon nt
the omce of       CLOW ft MACLURE,
dje20td Architects,
Notice to Contractors,
SEALED  TENDERS  WILL  __.
ceived  hy tho Hon. Chief Commit*-
BE RE-
n ceived by tho Hon. Chief Commls-
Bloner of Lnnds nnd Works up to noon of
Wednesday, 101 h July, for additions nnd
Alterations to thfl Provincial Insano Asylum, nt Now Westminster.
Each lender must be accompanied by
an accepted bnnk cheque for a sum equal
t« live per cent, of the nmotiiit of the tender, made puynblo to tlio Hon. Chief Cnm-
mlHMlonor ot Lands and Works. In the
event of a contract being let tho cheque
will he retained as purl security for tho
due performance of tliework. Tlioohequo
wlllbu returned to unsuccessful competitors, but wilt be forfeited by nny bidder
who may decline to execute a contract If
railed upon to do so.
Plans and specifications can be icon nnd
forms for tender obtained at tho offlco of
U00, W. Grant. Esq., Architect, New West*
mlnaler, ur nt the offlco of the under*
signed.
The lowest or any tender not necossnrlly
accepted.
W. ft, GORE,
'     .      ,_   . Surveyor-Genera).
Lands end Works Department,
Victoria, B.O., 19th June, 1889.
ajedaw
ESTABLISHED 18)2.
Jas/Cunningham
COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, S. C.
IMI'Oll'reUOF
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,.
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTURER OF
m~m t. SHEET-IRON WARE.
CONTRACTS FOR
Iron Cornice Work, tiat-nuhig,
Plunblng, Rooflno. *c
I, W. S. R., Annual Meeting
rpHE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
1     of tin- Mim-el.olders of the New Wes!-
tninster Hon! hern Rnllway Com pair v will
behi'lii nl their oillces, Ni w Wes.imln.tcr,
on Tuesday the'.ml dnvof July. I-Mi.ul :;
o'elod; 0, ni. T.J. TRAPP,
djuiitil Soercliiry.
Kindergarten School.
M1
1 WILL- PBNTIH
B-ftl per
von Slit!
• tcilmi
Licensing
Board.
AMf'.HTING OK TUK UrKNNIN'l
Hoard fiirUK, rll.v „r N„w Wi'simlii-
slur will lin held at 1*10 Cily Unit nl to
o'clock a. in. on
Thursday, .lime iiT, IHHU,
lor the purposo oi licnrlni* und considering; nppltoatlons for llqupr lloonsos, ol
wlilcli nil iiiirsons   Interested   will tuke
notico. II. HOIISON,
Clerk of Hoard.
Cily Clerk's Oflice,
.lime 11', Ml. dji'191,1
G. £. WOODS
USD SURVEYon.
. tl. CAMDU
KOT'-f FUGIIC.
Woods9TiiTBBr&&ambiD
LAND SURVEYORS,
Real Estat&i Insurance, Financial Ag&nts
AND CONVEYANCERS.
JLO-Xl-VrXB 3TO*B
PIHR.-Tlio Western of Tornnto.The JIEl't-
na, Tho Oity of London, and The Hurt.
ford.
IJPKt—The Now York Life Iusuranoo Co.
ACCIIIKNT-Tlic Travellers' of Hurt ford
Land Surveying In nil ils branch os ao-
cvirnlcly and promptly cnrriedotit.
lilty and Suburban LuntU for Sala.
We can show n complete ll*t of desirable
loealltios,
Knruilng Lanili, Improved and uultn*
prove I, throiiKhoul. the dlslrlct.
Mining mill other Slock bought and
"ul'l. -.   .
Money lo Loan on first raorlgaKoat
low rates. 	
Tki.kimiqnk Call Mo. 'HI.
P. O. DltAWRK W.
WOODS, T0UNER A 0AMBLR,
Omioi, Ellmd'8 Blook,   •   Columbia Strut
new westminster.
dmhlitc
Fresh Hams.
Pure Oanadian Lard,
Ooffees a'specialty.
, DesBRTSAYT^oTS*
laGkie Sis.
JUST RECEIVED,
a *:ak-S'<wsj m>
DFlilg
IJ   T
i O
53® MO ®S Mzmt
icjbau
ESS3 £3®
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
_.:' The Eesl and Cheat
.'nlish Golumbia.*?**^
iest Rifes '.-ver offered for sale in
Jr-teicL sfe 0'"o.-r:rie«
Toronto' Mowers
xwell Mowers
io Little nUaxwell
Steel Irate Binders.
-«|eS •'■•*'*-'■'-
'■;.:'-'.;.-i"'- ■:'■_.'-•■.• .-<:>*':.'-;*-;-'!r.''"-
M!A.OB[IIsrEIRT.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
hmrA. jr., burden Tools,
Lsih'81 .*l*..v«rs, Ac. t&e.
i'nliiiiiliiii Si it
(iiilnsloi-.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT I-IIKVI'YOI'.S IN UENEIUI,.    FRESH   -\!> (OUNEI'
MEATS ALWAYS «*.' HIM).
*3T.S|icelal linos quoted fur tlio Hliijiiiiiiy trade.   l*tiinUy ordors striotly nttondutl
to.   llbLols will find it to tlu'ir tritorost lo |tlaf; tliolr orders with tlio abovo (trill.
tU'Snol.v
LONDON MAEKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN -&"REI0HENBACH,
ISUCC'K.SSt)l'.s TO tf. II. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hums Bacilli, Smisngc, KoIokiiiis, V,U:
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
Tim Columbian Piuxtino E-taDL18UMBNT hns lirst-clnss fuel .tios for
nil kinds of Commercial Printing, Bill Mentis Letter Heads. Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of every closoflption. Posters, Dodgors.
PrlCB Lists, Ito. Prices will be found ns low ns nt nny other ollio" whore
first-class work is dono.
ANOTHER CARLOAD
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
Intending Buyers should make a note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
;s„fan ,..f
dwnolyl
THIS si'.W'i-' HHLONftaTO
H. T. READ & CO
HAItllWAllK JIKIICHANTS.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Front St., Now Westminster, B. C.
roosass*-*!*--** t..js_-\_t,
_is:j_._srj-.crrsizi,.
_\_l_-._T-_rX'J_aZ-'_T-_.2_-.S   03'
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY
ACK1C1 -LTIIKAI, & ALL IUKBS OF MAsJHIXKilV.
Brass and Iron Captlngs made to Order.
REPAIRING OdtlE WITH IIFATIIESS AKD DISPATCH.
P. ... All orders holli Uio upper ontiiiirj' iiromptly nltottdort lo.
S. MCI
Front Street', Ncw.Wttstntiuslt-r.
lewfetiniiisterlillsffooleDUoofls
FAMILY BLANKETS,
flannels, worsteds &al! kintls of Woolen Goods
k e a «n -ni a i) io run' 811 me.
_W The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New West in in ster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dtnhjolc
Dougias & Deighton,
MAIIUFi-CTWIEIIS Alia IMPOHIEBS OF
HARNESS SADDLES and BRIDLES
WHIPS,
w rautt S«»;,     __.  -   *& a
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, B. C.
SEND IN YOUIt OlIDl'.ltS.   ALL WOIUC OP THK DEST MATE1IIAL AND
WOIIK.MANSMII'.   PKIOES LOW.
nolilwly
ROYAL CITY
lllg
RICMARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
MANUKACTUHKnS AND DKAT.EnS IK
llppuiuuugu-uiumu-ipuuiiiujiuiii
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
IS, m FLOaTS, TRAYS,
A.TS-D  AH  *tCI3sros  03T
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Don's.    I'i-amc§.    WIihIowm.
>lou8iliii{'>. Baluster*.
Blind**.. Brackets.
Knilliiffs, H'cwels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolMwly
^Ar --i^m ....
•* VOLUME VI.—NO. 149.
UAIIiY'BRUUlSH OOLUMBIAN, NBW WESmiBCTEtt, U 0„ JOTE 25, 18B9.
GROWN  AWAY.
I littlo children nave grown away,
pwn afi-ay from the land ot play,
• wn to bo men and women tall,
th passions and loves and hates and all
[at comes to us when wo grow away
nn childish play.
jtlttle children thai wero so dear, »'
Mv cun I help hut wish them here
1th arms round my nccit in tbo old lonng
way
rvc not known for many a day,
'. since homo was my kingdom, precious end
EWCOl,
led with the music of pattering foot.
Lao too*, that led thom away from mo
lo tho world and ovor tho sea,
ft'iv-tig mo horo In my lonely room
lit evon In sunshine seems full of gloom,
Ed so very lonely I coeds must cry
y the days gono by.
-ought I should bo tho first to go,
\d I can nut but wish It might bave beon so,
i tho Father of lovo, who awo-ls in tho
,   light,
bit somo of my babies out of ray sight—
hii thom away to Ills homo of rest,
11 know. though I can not toll why, 'twas
best.
jVm trusting our Lord, and oan clearly see
■it in that dear land our homo shall be,
rl though tho children havo gono away
I liliall meet again, oh blessed day,
lun Ho will call—to Heaven wa com?
|:' Had onco mora our happy homo,
—John A. Clark, in Good Housekeeping.
[DOWN IN YUCATAN.
^o-Making Not Suited to Undo
pom's Fair Daughters.
footlcal But Slow l-otliario-Hlsli*
Town Chivalry—An Olil Maid's Pnva-
|dlse-Tlio Family Attachment of
AU Classen of Socioty.
|r littlo handmaiden, Jcsus-ita (which is
ish for'' small Jesus'') haa a lover, ami
\. ovening a pincapplc-shnpcd nosegay,
lly lied with maguey fiber, comes bounc-
|do tho sala tossed from without heft Uio window bars, and immediately
is heard tho twangin**; of a guitar,
Pnnnto B. Ward from Morlda, Btato
icatan, Mexico, to tho Bt. Louis Repuh-
■onorally the lover sings something of
;ort:
Do not kill met Do not kill mo I
Willi a pistol, nor a dagger!
Kill mo Willi a littlo kiss
From your lovoly coral lips,
sombroroed ainger—in bright* bluo
(jhes and Bilvor-ombroidcred jacket of
w kid, with complexion liko an old
nud big black oyes of marvelous bril-
f—is tho valet of a local dignitary and
:es under tho namo of Juan Bnutista—
Llio Baptist. Theso gontlo peoplo, by
,vay, mean no disrespect to sacred
:sin their rather startling nomoncla-
hut, on tho contrary, desiro t*> provo
loving revcronco by giving to their
rcu tho holiest names thoy know. Don
Bnutista ha3 beon singing to our
lita nightly, so alio tells me, for about
vcars, nnd squandering a good share
lincomo lu bouquets to toss between
Bars, uncortain whether thoy bo
ipriatcd by maid or mistress,
you engaged to marry him?"
ed. "Engagedl Bonorita," "ho has
r asked mo to marry him," replied sho
lrpriso. "Then why does ho como
night and givo you so many uico
Srs, if ho is not in lovo with youP " In
with mo, Bonorita; oh, yos," said tho
liDgraaidon, "but ho hns, not yet had
to toll mo so, only iu his songs. Ho
is mo for his csposa (wifo) by and by,
io would kill any other mau who como
•enodomo."
Northerners it scorns absurd that a
lick swain has not found timo, aftor
years of constant attendance, to do-
blmsolf; but that is tho way with
quoor peoplo.  Thoy fall in love lit-
; "in tho twinkling of nn oyc," ami
lono tho consummation of it often half
otirao, content meanwhile to moon
'. tlio windows and writo tho most cx-
figant billot deux, full of tender ox-
ions, such as "My life, fight of my
mv heart's treasure, I lovo theo;
n tbou mo»"
catocan gentlemen highor in tho social
than John tbo Baptist nro not loss ox-
igaut in thoir expressions of gallantry.
uuting ladies thoy still observe tho
ish form:   "Alospies do ustod (at
:foot), to which ilguro of speech tho
ct response is:  "Boso a ustod la
i" (I kiss tho hand to you).  Inclosing
diuary letter of business or friendship
■ body In this part of tho world always
B. S. M., moaning "baso su3 manos"
13 your hands).  Tho Spani3h*Ameri-
liko his Latin brethren across trho sen,
quite as.much with his bands and
ns with his .tonguo and shrugs his
dors as frequently as a Frenchman.
{jf tho prettiest of tho many gosLuro3
loral uso horo ia called tho beso sophulo,
tog klssoa by gathering tho fingers of
fght bund into acloso group,touching tho
■then throwing them out like a fail, a
'utno timo blowing in tho hand as it is
retched toward thoporson for whom
imonstration is intonded, thus slgnify-
at fivo ldssoo aro given at onco, Gon-
n manifest thoir appreciation of fo-
bcauty by gazing intently Into tho
of tho ladies, whether in tbo stroot*, in
fch or at tho opora. This custom, which
iwhoro would bo resented as an impor-
co, is hero accepted—as it is meant—
ily as a flattoring tribute to a fair one's
■ns. Between acts of tho opora mon
[to tholr feot and, with leveled glasses,
admiring homago to thoso dark-eyed
i-itas whoso boauty may havo attracted
. Thon tho pretty lunguago of tho fan
■s into play, and tho well-pleased maid-
carry away blissful memories of gal-
knightsand -'oyes that spakoagain."
wending a stairway tho lndy takes lho
Ionian's arm, as at the North; but in
ending ho, to avoid accldonts, nlwaya
a stop or two ahead, holding her firmly
io lrnnd, with as much sollcltudo 113 if
',vas nn invalid or a cripple Tho samo
ful attention Is offered to tho veriest
ngcr, os naturally as, and with far moro
ilnrity and promptitude, our own coun-
ncn uhow in rolinguishing a scat in a
fded car to ono of tho weaker sex.
. leaving a houso after having made a
'udly call tho snlututton with tho hand,
.oft-repented bow and tho "aloaples do
id" aro continued just as long as ono
bo in sight, nnd Instead of ilmliug any
ig tedious and wearisome In this long-
.ivn-out civility one fools as tf bo had
In transported book to tho days of chiv-
fluo highly commondablo trait of Yucato-
" character is that tho natives will novor
any thing dlsagrecablo to any ono,
1'ior on tholr own account or in ropentlng
;osslp of others. For instanco. In ul-
R,ng to one's age tho greatest tftllcacy is
(ays exercised. If ono bo considerably
Danced in years ho or Bho is spoken of aa
fjito (a little old}. A girl may remain
Iveddcd thirty yoars or moro boforo sho
Ivor considered a soltorn, or, in plain En-
Iili, an old maid; and aftor that nothing
I'o offonsivo is ovor eald than that sho is
ly fastidiosa (very difficult to please), and
By sometimes add tbat sho ts good to
ts3 tho saints, moaning that, having no
Hilly of her own to mako garments for,
m may devoto hor timo to tho work of
Iking vestments for the sacred images.
1'ho attachment of all classes to thoir
■nos is a striking feature of tho national
Iiroctor, ond rovoronco for parents goes
Ih theso peoplo through tholr wedded
lis, increasing with tho lapso of yoars.
luun or woman novor grows too old to
Is tho hands of tho aged father and moth-
1 and to visit thom ovory day If thoy
luld livo ia tho sumo city, and tho timo
J/or comes In tho lives of tho parents
■on tho children aro uot moro or less
Icnablo to thom. It is not unusual to boo
Loral families residing in tlio muno ensa
Ttfio grown-up sons with tholr wives and
It daughters with tholr husbands could
li ho spared by their loving parents.
|l\ woman Is living in Xonla, 0., at tho ago
Weighty, who doos not know by sight or
Lino tlio ehildron or hor brothor, a man of
fcvonly, who Is a rosidont of tlio sumo town.
I quarrel estranged tho two thlrly-ilvo
Lars ngo, and thoy havo not spoken nor
SfiBflflenfiacliotUei'siuce, -
It Makes
You Hungry
•'Ibave used Palne-scelery compound and 11
has had a saiutnrj
effect, 11 invigorated the system nud 1
feel Uko a new
man. It Improves
the appetite and
facilitates dlges*
.tlon." J. T. cop*
land, Primus, S. C.
Spring medicine means more now-a-days tbaa 11
didten ycar3 ago. Tho wlntcrof 1BB9-S9 haslefl
the nerves ait fagged out. Tho nerves must be
strengthened, the blood purified, liver and
bowels regulated. Palnc's Celery Compound-
the Spring medicine ofto-dtty-doee all this,
03 nothing elso can. Prescribed by Physleiant,
Recommended by Druggists, Endorsed by Ministers,
Guaranteed by the Manufacturers to be
The Best
Spring Medicine.
(* in the spring ot ISST X was all run down. 1
would get up fn tho morning with so tired a
feeling, and was so weak that I could hardly get
around. 1 bought a bottle of Palno's celery com.
pound, and beforo I had token It a week I felt
very much better. I can cheefully recommend
It to ail who need a building up and strengthen*
Ing medicine." Mrs. 13. A. uow, Burlington, vt
Paine's
Celery Compound
Is a unique tonic and appetizer. Pleasant te
iho taste, quick In lta action, aud without uny
Injurious offect, it gives that rugged health
fvhich makes everything taste good. It cures
lysnepslo- and kindred disorders. Physicians
prescribe ir. $l.oo. Six for f5.00. Druggists.
Wells, Richardson & Co..   ■ Montbul.
NOTICE.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THE
cily Mr, Newton A. White will lmve
chiir-ic (if iny business, mul has authority
to colled and discharge nil accounts '-
connection therewith, etc.
ft. n.WBDB,
New Westminster, JiinoO, 1889.    d)c6m2
W. C. LOYE,
oot ud Shoe Mer,
FLAG  MISSING.
A MIU,!'' UNION* JAOK BORROWED
[min ihj Merebiiiits' Hotel for dCCor-
atlVC- ])I11'|10SI>SOII HlL-Ol'l-'lsl(lll of  Ihecltl-
iteii's I'iiil to i.lctil,-Governor [•'eleon in
IlerrhiH'H Opern House, nv'-r u year ago,
lins Ht-vtr lin. n I'l'lui-netl. The party Hi
'-(•■■sfssilm of iIlls Ilit-'Will edtiferulnHliiig
favor hy UiHvorlng "the Biunu without
delay nt tlio nbi)ve-iifiiiK-il hotel.   dje21wl
TO ARCHITECTS.
Ntvcrihilt   Always curt.
warn mo\\H_t&B&_\
WANTED.
FUUIlOltFIVEGOODSTONEMASONS.
Apply to ACKERMAN BltOS.,
(IJoieto New Wcstmttlslor.
to Cannerymen
THOS. LEVI'S CAH-FILUHG PROfECIOR
MAY HE OBTAINED ON Al'PUCA-
1 Inn to II. 8, M .11 ll lit.. CO.
Any person or porsons fonud usingtliom
wltlnmt tlio patent stamp will boproso-
cnteil. THOS. LEVI.
Now West., 27th Mny, IRStl.      tlraj-Wml
Rose Hill DairyFarm
FRESL4  MILK
Delivered Dally In Customers In all parts
nf the City.
Hotels nml Restaurants supplied at Spc*
clal Ratea by Uio yenr.
FRESH ECGS
Delivered at Market Rates,
Orders loft nt M.  SlHCliAIlt'8 will bo
promptly nttended to.
-iVKAVEIl A WOODWARD,
dJolSji Proprloiors.
BAZAAR
Tho Sister-' of St. Ann's Convent will
hold n Bazaar of
FANDY & USEFUL ARTICLES
 ATTHE	
DRILiL   SHED
 OK	
-June 25,26 & 27.
REFRESHMENTS of all liltidswltlbe
Kt-i-veil, i-oniiiicneing at noon on pneh
day. djoistd
PL\NS AND SPECIFICATIONS WILL
be receiveJ by the undersigned for
Hie buildings to be erected for the pro vln-
t-lii] exhibition on Queen'-* park. Size
and el tins of buildings required and all
other imrtleulars can be obtained on
up'-IU'iitlonto
THOS. CUNNINGHAM,
Chairman Park Committee.
Westminster, Juno 17, WH),        tIJeWto
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
s;
AWMILT/OWNERS, LOGGERS, and
others nro notlfletl Hint   our Bteel
Tug-boat,
"TBPIO,"
Will bo ready for work about the Ilth lust,,
ami wn aro prepared lo enter Into contracts ror nil kinds of towing, lightering, Ao.
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
drayStc Vancouver, IJ. C.
B
MERCHANT TAILORS,
WISH TO INFORM THE PEOPLE of
NoW Westminster Hint, tbey 'micro-opened llio storo lately occupied by
Messrs, Woods, Turner A Gamlil*-, and
arc now prepared to exoeuto all orders for
TAILORIITG
A flue Hue of ClettliH Just received,
flunt'tfi'liig ot nil thu J-ttttsl Designs from Kui-oiK-nu filarkttx
MR..T.A. MfiDOUGALL will attend to
the cntilng, und Is a prnctloitl meoliauto
of twelve years'oxperltuico In lhe United
Sliites; nlso two years us foreman for
Messrs. Gregg & son, of Viclorln.
Satisfaction gunnmlood.
QotiHoiA Street, Opposite Bank of Mohtreal
NEW WESTMINSTER..
 dlolilmd
M.A.McRAE
nicn'cliant'luiloi'
BEAUTIKUI, ItANOE OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
SIrlpci! mill Olleelt
i Bivmivi
m i
FOIl Sl'ItlN'tl AND.SUMMElt.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Columbia St.,   -   New Westmikstku.
UwrhlizSU)
NOW IS YOUR
IMMENSE   BARGAINS
Suits tt Pants
&
tartuiisllrary
[Removes from StumoH to Vioiomsl
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,
dmMOml) VWOIIIA, H. (!.
THE WESTMINSTER
11-i-mlrl.itr *V*,MIIy Onue.   c„rli tsol-i
Work n S|,«,:l«lly.
-ss-Oiilers promptly attended to.
Clarkson St., Inrenrol Colonial Ro-
tel, next to llund Urns,' otllce.   dnclte
H.__.i_iX____t_--J3_._-___i__
DRESSMAKING
At MISS .IKXNIN4-JS',
(Late op England)
Corner of Ohurch and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
"WSatlsfnetlon guaranteed.    dwfe7te
To Contractors & Carpenters
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
the undersign*.1*1 -.in io noon of HAT-
URIMY, ->»tli Inst., for thtt dividing of
.Hi'iTiiig's 'iperii Jlotiso Into tcmcmciits,
and oilier work. Plans nud BpeoIdeations
can be (seen nt my oflice, Mary Htreet.
Tlie lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
■ G. W. GRANT.
New Westminster, June 7, IfiSO.     dJuTtil
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA    STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
SsrSallBfaotlonHMftriint«eili '    duplilt"
NOTICES.
NOTICE IS HKHEI1Y OIVEN THAT
wo have appllod to lliif Mlnlsterof
tho Interior for u llcotisotooutiindaBrry
away timber on nml from tiiofollowlni*
Innd-i-Tlio N.W. iiutirler of Sirllon |'J7|
twi-iily-MCYCn, tho west hnlf of section [.'I'll
tlilrty-tihree,' in Township [21 two; mid
Section [801 thirty, Ih Block |>.) llvo norlh,
Range one west; all in Now Westmlnater
District.
ROYAI. CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
[Limited |.
Per W.A.DUNCAN.
New West., Mny 28,1880. dmy25ml
VANCOUVER CITY
FoundryiMachineWorks
THE PROPRIETORS OF THESE
works have much pleasure in notifying their friends mid tho publio that thoy
are now prepared to receive und promptly
execute any orders for work In their line
with which thoy may ho favored.
A, KIcKGLVlE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, B.C., Sth May, 1SS8.
dwmylQte
Ws. L DuhwoolrJoBH
JOHN S. COX, Prop.
Light itralnnut-.
Partridge Cochhlus,
Plymontli Itocka,
■■•V , " White faceBl'kSpanish
While Crrsted, Blnttk   nml Golden
Poland s.
Uo-iiiu.---,-     Sllrer-iiciiclllcd   llaut-
bitrgs.
niiu-k, lleil and Pitt Gnmcis
Toulouie Gecic,     Itotien Utickfi.
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
Wo nro Boiling the best of
English, Scotch & French Good*)
At prloen away down Chenpor than
Ever. ,
Call mid examine and wo are tmtlsllcd
thnt yon will buy beforo you leave tbe
storo.
All work guaranteed,
dmhlyl M CoUiubU street.
SERVIC^BULL.
TUK KFGI-lTEHEIi PKDIOnEE HOL-
SIEIN 11ULI,,
Gugertha Prince 5,
Will stand for service this season tit D.
Mcl-hndcu's Gordon, Edinburgh street.
Terms reasonable.
Milch Cows for Sale.
Kum Hinh-
Mnnnger.
D. MePHADEN,
Proprietor-
VICTORIA-
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISIIEII IS.58.
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of Ail Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Cohlrnelors by Auiminiincni 'lo Her
Majesty's lloyal Navy, the li.inii-
iiton Goveniirieiit, Ae.
Medal and Dlpl-nnti uH-itr-lml at the Colonial and liiillan Kxhihlllon, London, 18S.0.
l-'ACTi'iRY-Niauarn St., Jntii'is Hny,
OKl'ICl';s--57 Fort M., Vlctoila, 11. C.
(Ini)finiil
Thia Fine Townsite, at tlio Fresh-Water
Junction of the
Southern Railw'y
Vt .111(0*. .llnivr- Hrr,lnil'i»li)'.
lins just licen Surveyed, anil the I-ota
nro for sale by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Or Nkw Wk.stmixxti.ii- 11. 0,
The ailvantiiRos anil iirospects of thU
Plot for a futuro thriving Town nro
many.
Tlio Land in the vicinity is good.
There aro inexhaustHdo IRON OKE
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, inime-
diatoly adjacent, n*i well nsvnst strain of
tho-flnosb BUILDING SAND and POT*
TISttY OtAY.
On the Townnltc are n nuiiihci- of vnlu-
afelfi M1NBRAL SPIUNGS.
Cointiumication by land and water is
nnec|italled, hy reason of the location of
thu Townsito on tho Fraser Rlvor nud
tho Southern Railway, while tho nnturnl
elevation and lay of tho land can not bo
excelled ns a situation for a lino town.
The ground is open and clear of heavy
timber.
Thu silo has been soloeted ns one of
tho most important Hutm s on tlio
Southern Knilway, and with the completion of tho voad, in the near future,
must, with nil its othor advantages,
spring into prominence nt once.
Thoso who apply oni-ly will have the
pick nt tho Lots.
A oloar tltlo given with overy purchase,
Parlies wishing Lot-a can npply na well,
on tho premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
dmytt. Pnon'iimm.
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
Flits iTunfll!
ALWAYS OS IIA.N1J.
TENDERS
rnENDEKS FOR THE CLEARIMQ OP
to tho undersigned and marked "Tenders
for Park clearing.** will be received at the
pity Engineer's office, city Hall, up to 4
p. n\. Wednesday,mix inst,
Plans and n peel Ilea lions mny ho seen at
tho olllco of ihe City Engineer.
Thu lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
(Signed),    THOS. CUNNINGHAM,
„„,   ,. , Chairman Park Com.
City Hall,
Now Wesl., .Tune 20,1880. dje20td
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
OABTBR'B
Temple of Music I
Is lho Place to Buy First-Class
PIANOS a™ ORGANS
At sueh Prices nnd Terms a. will Suit
Any lteasonable Buyer.
For prices und terms, apply lo CARTER'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC.
Vancouver, IS. ۥ
2m HflHtlngs St. West. daplOto
SAASICHJM!
BRACKMAN &KER,
MANUFAOTUKEflS  OP
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
m* ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILLS nl North Saanich.
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE! Viclorln.
drah'JOmfi
W. R. AUSTIN'S
it
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Pir-woofl, Bark.
LEAVE OIIDEBS AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHAM",
 tliriylffltc          	
J. W. WINGER
DEALER IK
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notice and at Reasonable Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Alwuys In Stook.
OrdcrB left at tbo 0. P. N. Wharf will be
promptly delivered, dmh29te
=*»
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT ft SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
f.
Sri)
GOODS DELIVERED FREE
cljc21'0
THE Tiioitoiran-imBi) stoke-poois
JER3F.Y CULL,
"Governor Moody"
Will stand for s-ei'vlcn flits senson at. Pclham Dairy. New Wi-h!mini*tor, wiiri-.-- lho
beautiful got of this superb auliaul can bo
seen and Inspected.
A few calves for sale.  Terms reasonable.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
Ralph P-ootit, Proprietor.
MaiuiKor. ilmyJite
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANurAnniKi-s .
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON
■VVABE.
VEf.lSTr.U'-' IIMICK (UP*3TAntS)j
I*'no.sT Stuket,      Nuv.- WiaiTJiisaifen,
AVIKII   JUST   OPENF.D   IN TIIE
_ iilinvi' iiiH', we iv^p'.'i-lfiillv -*oliclta
sharo of iho trade- ami trust by careful
ntlentlon toordorflnlid nm u rait; charges
to merli lhe wune, Esperii-nced ivorlt-
mi'ii; sali-ifaetion giiiinuilci-d.
K*-ljiii:„'.-fi;ni-.-;lii,l foi-llalv.inlitf'd Iron
C'oniii'O, Hii.ttin-, I'luniMii'-', 1-ils-ftttllljj,
Steam and Hot Water Heating, Ac.
■Kff* Enlrancu to promises on AFary.St.,
ln roar of Hank of B. C. dwmlilltc
IF
TO SMOKERS.
II? YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
[CIGAE, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
c-™ MAINLAND.
stSTTlu-y are not only made of the
Choicest Tobacco but thoy nro of
Home Manufacture, and should he
patronized by all good citizons.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
noLimooic HUlLLINO.
COLUMBIA STREET.        NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwl7noly .
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
 ALSO—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRYGOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
I.UNIIUOIIll'.S BLilCl,',
Ctltinililii Slrrct,       *,,',, Wvslmliislrr.
ncMwly
330-332 CORDOVA STREKT,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Importers and Dealers in
MACHINERY
OF AM, dkscmtions,
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
dwde20lo
Canadian Pacifio Railway.
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MASTERS OF VES-
se.snnd other crafi- navigating tho
Kiuser Itiver aro cautioned to keep wllhln
tlio ltuovs piiintt'd Und ai'd White, re*
speotivoiy-at tho Mlssi-.n Bridge,asdur*
Inutlieoonatruotlon of tlio Bridge- navl-
j;iiiloii hctivecn lho banks of lho Itiver
and the Buoys is dangerous, owing to plloa
being driven thero.
II. ABBriTT,
Ocnernl Superintendent.
Vancouver, R. C, "th Mny, 1889. dmyfito
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
Fii Sal Dealer!
FRONT STREET,
New .Westminster, Brit. Col.
tsr Highest Price paid for Fura and
Peer Hides.
Correspondence Invited. -a^Telenlione
Call No. 0. djatito
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot of Dodqlas Street, Neab
Columbia Street.
J. IERiilSO.\, PROPRIETOR
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses tt Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
"Est- REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES  ROUSSEAU,
ei Oolioaata.l33.fc Str-»*»t-
FRESH   BREAD,   CAKES,  PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc,, etc.
Hotel and Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders promptly attended to nnd
delivered to nny part of the oity.  dmb26y
B. C. Monumental Works
Cor. Columbia and Churoh Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or Granite of Best Quality.
CORNER     POSTS    AND    CURBING.
N. B.—Just received—tbe finest assort-,
ment of Hootch rLirnnltr Monawe-itl*. over
seen   n British Columbia, which will be
sold ut prices putting competition outof
tUp ('nostInn,
dv.nih2iyi ALEX HAMILTON1 PROP.
j^roxicEi-
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
UO days after dale we Intend making
application to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a leaso for limbering purposes of tbo following described
lands, situated in Sayward D.sirlci, Voir
bouvor Island:
Commencing nt a stake placed -.n the
woatsboroof a small bike duo soutli of
r.ot.5 , Ni-ywiLi'i! Dlstrlot, about one mile
from wniih <mhI of said lake; tnence wesl
*'2Uotiains. liiciic'-south ■lOOi-luilus, thence
east ffla) chains, thence north 780chains,
thence west. '120 chains, tltonoo soiit.li 210
chains, theuce cast no chains, more or
Ifjss, lo tho above-mentioned hike, thonce
ini-nnilcrlng uloiii shore of snld lake to
place <>r commonctment,—coulalniu** about SO.W*) acres, more or loss.
ROYAI. City Planish Mitts Co. i-d.
Joun Heshky, Manager.
New Westini lister, June 10,18S9.
 dlljelm	
- T K *E3 -
ntral Hotel
Cor, Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWAHT -^ CASH, FR0PB1KT0RS
J. J. WILSON, - MANAGER.
Rales, $1.00 and $1.50per Dny,
ACCOM1ING TO ROOM.
SPECIAL KATES 8Y THE WEEK OR MONTH.
tar Turtles supplied with nil kinds of
IOE-CHEASI. dmj'ImO
Uorth British k Mercantile
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHEU IG09.
Capital,   ■   S15,000.(iOO.flO
StlliscrlUDtlCnpllilll, ns nl ,1lsL IV,-., Ixs^
jl'-,rw)ll,PIH). I-'lru I'liUil ini'l Unnerve, 81V
31'J.7-20.   Kct ri'omlintiH, IS^S, S",,IHIJ,6:*0.
OF  LONDON.
Cnpltni,    ■   $11,733,000.00
BATES   AR    LOW   AS   ANV  OTHEK
OO.MI'ANIKS I10ISI1   IIUNIN'MS
IN lllllTlHIH'OI.IIMlHA.
T. Or. T-f***.QT7*E3S
Agent for Now Westminstor City
and District. d|c22to
Dominion Lands.
IK YOU AHE PAYH-TO FOR YOUR
I't-o-oiiiption or for rent of Mining or
('mzl'i'- Land, or imylriK Farm, Mlninj*
rnnyland fr.i'u tho Dominion Govern-
tent,
DO NOT PAY CASH
llal pay In £
larj-o discount
Scrip onn boi
QiiRnUiiofl fron
.filLOWAY fe  CHAMPION
.T3-<i.*isr*iriQ*R3,
WINNIl-KO,    MANITOBA,
OK  FKOM
TDK IIA Mi OK RlilTISH COUIMBU,
NKW WKHTMIN8TER
d wm bflte
KSI.VBU8HK0 1859.
KOBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Scnrty ii|iposltr tbe Colonial Hotel,
NEW WE8TMINSTER
mniS  LARGEST  AND   CHOIOBST
.1   assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam.
Hies, Hi'stnu.-v.its, nnd J-Uo-imhoats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICKS.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
the undersigned until (I o'clock p. m.
SATURDAY, 3til.li June, for supplying
tho Ho pltftl from int July, 1*89, to June
30th, IS-'U- with lhe following articles:
BREAD, brown A white.
BEEF. MUTTON.
FISH, fresh. MILK, per gal.
COAL, Wellington, screened.
WOOD, nine, live,    TRA.pnrlb.
COFFEE, por lb.       RICE, per lb.
SUGAR, per lb. BROOMS, per do*.
SOAP, a a, per lb,   COAL OIL.
OATMEAL, B.Om per lb.
HII'lTEU. por lb., best lu market.
VXHIH, per- doz.
BLANKETS (ipt.) wblte, per pair.
FUNERALS.
OIIUQS, detailed lists of which ean be obtained ou application at the hospital.
Neither   th"  lowest  nor   any   tender
necessarily accepted.
Samples of tea, coffee, rice, soap nnd
brooms oliliilncd on   application to the
Steward at ihe hospital.
Two suit-ties of SKO each will require to
accompany oach tender.
[Signed], W. H. KEARY*,
Hon. Pec.
Now West,, June 11,1889.        djol5td
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
ISAISB   XXT
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly ou Hand an Extensive Stook of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots A Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, Ac.
MBST'S     -BB    BOT8'     RUITS.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
N. B*—Farm Produce bought at market rates or fold on ooramlulon. vsvOnlen
from the Interior promptly attended to. dwjeSte
BRITISH  COLUMBIA
LAND & IHTESTMENT ABENCT, Ld.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
LAND,    '
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 15 Serjeants Inn Fleet St. -LONDON, ENG.
The Businesa of ALLSOP ft MASON hu been merged In the above Company
and will be carried od by the Company from this date as a general I*nd Investment
and Insurance Agenr-y, <-    !   ii i
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Bates. Town Lota and Fanning
Lands ior Sale on easy terms.
Viotoria ae, May lfltb, 1887. dwJeTte
TIME    CARD.
o. *p. jxt. oo.
The Fine Flifit-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Leave tlio C. P. N. Co.'s Wliorf,
J_ "V *B* R-5T
Tuesday, Thursday S Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AND WAV PORTS.
Returning Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufficient inducement offers ahe
will proceed to ROPE nnd on sueh
occasions will leave her wharf
at la. to.
Connecting wlih tbo C. P. N. Co.'s Stenmer
for Victoria.
J"HN IRVING, Manager.
T. L. BRIOOB, Agent,
New Westminster. dnpSle
Time Table!
JS^j. THB STEAMER
^W^OBERT DUNSMUIR
T RAVER WESTMINSTER overy Mon*
I j day morning at 7 o'clock for Nannlmo, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
Leaves Westminster every Wednesday
ni 7 a. in. for Niintumo direct,-onnecting
with Island rnllway and Comox stenmer.
Leaves Nnnaimo for Vancouver on
Thursdays nnd Krldays and returns same
dnys.
Leaves Nun al mo on Saturday at 7 n. ra,
fnr Westminster direct.
For frolglit or pnssnge npply on board,
"* *   *       - ■ - "N. wharf.
ortoT. U limaas, C. P. 1
dtc
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C.,
OFFER VOR SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOB POULTRY, So.
Rice Meal,
FOR CATTLE FEED.
dmhSCne
CASTORIA
for Infante ■nd Children.
-c__mT_,,t»w_lt_tVt_im____»__, I OMsssto nn (Mb. AH
l r.xOT-n.nJ liun-«rlOTUuirpn--crlpUoa I {K ___i?-___rS__i Z__~______tt_. a-
kMnratoM."     tL A Atettn,_Ltl„ ■a^*21*''"*"*™'^
W-__m-_-*l.»im_iti,*.-T.   |-mtSbNsMtMdisMta,
Tn O-D-ura Con-wr, n Mon-sy gtn-i, K. T.
TO CONTRACTORS.
EALED PROPOSALS WILL BE »E
• edt    "    "" '"    	
sr c
We
t-xp
des
a G
Y*»leDisWet7S"C^"wiih "i'vlew to deter-
s:
-   HRioner or  lianas una wt
an of Wednesday, 10th July
-sons experienced In well di
... jy be desirous of undertaking*	
from the Government for sinking one or
reived by the Honourable Chief Com-
kexi
Hit
coi
ing
more experimental   Artesian  wells In
hilssioner of  Lands and Worts, ii
""" "    '-- ""'   v'-' \t
inaybe desirous of undertaking contracts
 -.- -,.           ._„   , up to
noon of Wednesday, 10th July next, from
persons experienced In well drilling who
mining their value for purposes of Irrigation.
Proposals mast state clearly all conditions and terms, state the kind of apparatus proposed to be nsed, and give the
name of two responsible residents of the
Province who are willing to enter into a
bond to secure the faithful carrying oat of
any contract which may be entered Into.
Snch Information as may he lu possession of the Lands and Works Department
will be furnished on application to parties
proposing to contract,
W. 8. GORE,
Surveyor-General.
Lnnds A Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, 10th June, 1880.   djel7ld
MM Mer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed I Sale Stables
TBE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIBS
At Special Low Rates.
DnjiiLg ud All Sindi of taniiLg
Done at Shortest Notice.
BrvCerdwood delivered to any partof
the City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention. # ..„-..,.,
■r-Stablcs nearly opposite C. P. R. Depot, Columbia St, NewWestminster.
djalltc      QILLEY BROS. Pbofs.
Feed,LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
-FBOrPSXBlTOIt.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
for Hire.  Hacks call at all Steamers
and Trains.   Special attention given to
Boarding Horses,
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand,
Orders may be left at the Offloe of'Blathers A Mllllgan,Commission Merchants,
Front Street, New West dseaite
2rTOTJ.CE.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OWEN THAT
l have applied to the Honourable
m Inh-ter of tbe Intorlor for a license to ent
timber on the fo.lowing described Dominion lands tn New Westminster Distriot,
British Columbia, according to the Provincial Government survey;
South-east VA Section 23, south-east U.
Section 25, nortb half and south-west jj
"" "     24, in TownsbipiM), and Sections
' '-"ownBhlplB.
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
New West, 7th March, 1889.       dJeSml
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPMf.
I 0u> Bboad liT. ud It Fall Mali,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES t OTHKB
Building,, Good., W»re>, Merchtn.
disc, MsnnfMtnri-ig ud Fu-nlng Stook,
Ships in Fort, Hsj-bor ot Dook, ud th.
ftrgoes of suoh Vessels; slso, Shins bu ild-
' and re-miring, Batgts ud other Vm
i oo nsvigkhle riven ud ou«ls, and
Good, on boud suoh Vessels, throughout
Great Britain ud Ireland ud In Foreign
Countries,
IKOM L0g8 OR DltUfil II IIU.
SubMrlr-ed ud Invastsd Capital,
-81,600,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium ud every informs*
Hon ou ba obtained on applloettoa to
W. I. ABMSTBONll,
Agent for Hew W«toinst«.
To Su Francisco, Cal.
»*"■»
BT WAT OF THB
LIM.
THE MT. SHASJA ROUTE.
WIOKER^TM-s^-^TC^l,
Mw ffwtaiMtir i to ham
WiWt.Bti.tttn tt m -MinooMsr
PULLMAN   BUFWT •LHI-HB
TOURIST SLEEPING CABS
For Aecommodatlon ot 1
orAeoommodatlonol FMoond-Olaat Fas.
8engers,att&ehed to Impress Trains.
\nm_m
Fare from Portland I
San Franolsco—U
elass (Limited),!
mltedlJIS.
THROUGh TICKET*, to all polnu Bouth
und East, via C.IKornla.
TICKET OFFIOrM:
Citv omoa, No. IM Oor. First * Alder
Streets;
Dbfot Ovfioi-, cor. f AFtont S***a«.t
R.KOEBLKR,  "li.PjBoEII,
Manager.      Ae>t,o,rT2r.*-|- .1
1.
fails fritiuh Columbian
Tuesday Kvenlng, Jnne 25, 1889.
A0VERTI3INQ RATES FOR THI DAILY,
Transient AdvertlMementBe-FlrBtlURcr-
tluo, lucts. per lino solid nonpareil; eaeh
subsequent consecutive insertion,;* eta. pur
Hue. 'Atlvort'lsemenls not inserted every
—flrst Insertion, ll) cts. per line; subsequent, iiiriertiom-, Gets, per llne,
•.i.indine AilvertiHeiuemri.-Professional or Business Cards—f2 per month. S'-e-
clnl rates for general trade advertising,
according to space occupied nnd duration
of contract,
Ati, ilon Sales, when displayed,charged
itS per cent, less than transient advts, If
solid, charged ut regular transient rates.
H-MM-inl Notices among rending rntuter,
IS) i-ts. per line each insertion. Specials
Insorlecl by the month ftt reduced rates.
Births, Marriagesaud Deaths,SI for euch
Insertion; Funeral Notleea In connection
wltb deaths, 50 cts. each insertion.
WEEKLV ADVERTI8INQ HATES.
Transient AdvertlAemenu.-FlrsllUHer-
tlon, 106U. per lino solid nonpareil; subsequent Insertions, 7 cts. per line.
Bin inline Adverllsementi.—Professional or Business Cards-Jl-W per montb.
Special rates for general trade advertising,
Bpccli.l Ni-tic's, Hirilis, Marrlaycs and
Deaths, same rates as Daily.
finis mustboall melaliRnd-forlargecnts
an extra rate will lie charged.
e-f Persons semlini* in ndvcrUscmeiiia
should bo i-iirufiil l« slate whether they
are to appear I n tbo Daily Edition, or the
Weekly, or both. ,\ liberal reduction is
mndo when Inserted in both, Noadvor-
tlscmont inserted for loss Hum si.
8UBB01UBEIW
Who do not. receive tliolr pupor regularly,
from t.io Harriers or throimh   lho Post
Oflice, will confer ii favor hy ••"'portln-r; lhe
sumo lo tho olllco of puhl lent Inn at once.
NEW ftbVERflSEWiEhtS THIS DAY.
To Contractors C. Warwick
Grand Excursion Str. Adelaide
Voi tlaml-WestminBter 3, Wise
LEWIS.—In    this   city, Juno 23rd,   Iho
wife of W. 11. Lewis, of n son.
The school examinations, begin tomorrow.
Strawberries and Cream, Ice-cream,
etc, at tho "Olub." *
There will bo a special meeting of
tho city council to-morrow night.
All the fashionable iced beverages, at
tho ■■Hub,," next the "Queen's."   *
Russell's lleatiuiraut, opposite tho
American Hotol, open clay and
night. a9m3*
Mra. Wm. Rao, of the Globe houso,
is advertising dress gooda at cost for
tho next ten days.
200 lots on the Thorne toad, from
SC5 upwards at $10 per month. — \V.
Reidt, Front atreet. *
To Building Society members aix
weeks in tirreara: What's tho matter
with tho fine notice? "'
The tug Mermaid arrived from Vancouver yesterday with a scow containing 70,000 feet of lumber iu tow.
Seo our cheap lino of L-idies' 4 buttoned Kid Gloves, black and colored—
only 50 els. per pair, for cash—at Jns.
Ellard & Co's. *to
Mr. Warwick, government agent,
has tin advertisement in this issue
calling for tenders for the erection of
the new West-side Bchool.
Tlie lacrosse matches a_ Winnipeg
on Friday and Saturday resulted na
follows ; Winnipeg 1, Brandon o,
Winnipeg 3, Plum Creek 2.
Look uut fur tho great sale of lota in
tl*o town uf Seattlo, at tho Mission
Bridge, on June 15th next. For particulars, apply to Win. Reidt.        *
Aid. Townaond and Aid. Scoullar
have been added tu the buard of worka
to act during the timo occupied in
making the slreet improvements.
liy nn advertisement in another
column it wilt be booh that the s. s.
Idaho sails in mi Portland on tho 27th
inst. Freight -rates etc. can be obtained on application to Mr. Jas. Wise,
Front street.    „
The Reformed Episcopal church will
b? re opened next Sunday. Bishop
Cridgc will preach at the morning and
evening service?, a:id tlie pastor will
p-vaeh a Ler.-oon to the Sunday school
is tbe afternoon.
The ttr. Irving left for Harrison
H t Spiiu-gs thi.*- morning with 25 tons
vi ftanpst, 70,050 feet of lumber and a
quh-'iti-ty ci doors, Bashes, etc. The
IjiLbtr will be usid in the erection of
kw-ulbI fine til Us.
Tbe -dower oi rain, which fell this
uK-mio*-. vas greatly needed and muat
hsr«? dont* a vast amount of good to
tke who!* dlithe.. A steady rain for
24 houn is gTtaly required, and it is
Wn ped "re mil get it before the weather
I-::'..-.
Si'*B0*i averaged 12 to tho boat tods;.*. Oa Saturday morning one uf
tbe advance guard of the regular sock-
eyiT-e w« caoght. The fishermen and
cinnera m-j all prepared for the big
roo- which 13 liable to commence at
any moment now.
Wc have been asked to a'inouuee
dat Mr. D- Bobiou, city clerk, will
lo at the city hall on Friday night,
from" till 10 o'clock to receive tases,
to ai to give workingmen nn opportunity to f-a; their tines and got the rotate of 25 per. cent.
A rumor was prevn'ent on the streets
of Vancouver vi»terdny that a fight to
a tiniih between Cleary and Austin,
two well known pugilists, took placo
Sunday oh a Ft eluded ialand in tlio
golf. Both parties wore severely
punished.   It n snid that the light was
A Pleasant Excursion.
By an ndveitisoment in another
column, it will be .observed that the
str. Adi'luido has been chartered to
lake an excursion to Harrison hot
springs on Monday next (Dominion
day), under the auspices of the Y. P.
S. 0. E. of the Baptist church. The
steamer will leavo Ewon's whnrf here
fur tho springs at 7 u'oloek in tho
morning, returning tho Biune ovening.
Tickets for the excursion have been
placed at $2 each (ladies free), and
may be obtained from Beggs & Heard,
tailors, or at D. Lyal & Co's. book
store. As this will furnish a good opportunity to visit lho springs and take
in the delightful accuery en route and
on tho lako, it Bhould bo well patronized,
The round of rirs.li.
The rato of interest charged by tho
government, and, which by the way is
one of tho excellent laws introduced by
Mr, Bevetin, on unpaid taxes is only
18 per cont. A prominent real esinto
linn scut to lho deputy provincial
treasurer a few days ago the sum of
87.05, (ho amount of taxes registered
aguiiiBt a pieoo of suburban property,
mid which amount litis been due for
10 years. Yestinlay tho cheque waa
returned and another aaked for with
§14.08 interest added to it. Interest
at tho rato of 18 per cent, per annum
is not to be sneezed lU, and it would
be n highly profitable business to allow
nil taxes to run a few yoars behind.
Somo people think this rato Bhould be
reduced by at least 12 por cont.
fit. Ann's It-cziiiir.
The bazaar in aid of St. Ann's convent commenced at noon to-day, and
may bo already pronounced an unqunl:*
fied success. Strange as it may seem,
if ladies nre alluwed to get up nn affair
of this kind without assistance from
tho masculine sex, they always man-
ago to do so much better. This may
be a .olfaction on the sterner sex, but
if anyone doubts the assertion let him
pay a visit to tho drill shed and bo convinced. The lunch served from 12 to
2 o'clock was most appetizing, aud
everyone who enjoyed tho feast left
the building regretting having eaten ao
much. Tho display of fancy work i3
very largo and line, and tho useful
articles uro too numerous to mention.
To-night tho building is expected to be
packed, und tho Fort Douglas band
wili be in attendance to keep the
peoplo in good spirits. ]
annsBBBBB
trtinarailllngoopyofa resolution passed
by your city council, expressing tlie opinion thnt, for reasons stated, "lhe government ought to provide a second teaoher
for tho High School, wbo wilt enter upon
his duties after the summer vacation,"
The grounds stated for tills opinion are:
(1) that, ln the opinion of tlie council  tbe
nui'ihcrof pii]>llri Iii alt Inn. i' and the
uiitnberof siibji-cts requited lo In-taught
niosuch as to make I I quilt; lm possible for
one teacher to do Justice to the -cliool, nnd
(1!) I hut the government requires lho city
to contributo one-third lho cost of the
maintenance of the schools, which contribution is supposed to bo equivalent to
tho cost of tbe high school.
lu regard to the first ground, 1 beg to sny
Unit, however much the opinion of the
council may ho entitled to consideration,
in a matter of tliis kind I feel hound to
attach more Importance to thut of tbo
superintendent of education* nml having
discUBsed the subject more than once with
that gentleman, hs well as with the provincial inspector of publii-schools, I have
arrived at, n diflbront conclusion, and I
venture to think that the following brief
Btatoment of fuels will convince the members of the couucil that tbey have been
laboring uiider misapprehension on ibis
point.
Tho average dally nttcmlnm-o at tbe
WeBtmlnster high school Is, according to
the latestotllclalreturns,twenl.v*ono. The
daiiv beiiish ccanitBiAN, nkw xnmamm, a a, jtoe to, im.
average dally attendance at the Victoria
high school Is, according to the same authority, seventy-six,   distributed   about
Valuable Farm Transfers.
Several of tlio largest transfers of
farm property, which bave taken placo
in tho province, have juat been concluded. Mr! J. C. Calhoun haa roid
his farm on tho Delta of 850 acres tu
Messrs. Page Bros., of Nova Scotia,
for the sum of &'03,!)00. The sale
does not include the live stock and
farming implements, which aro valued
at $18,000. Mr. Calhoun purchased
this land five years ago for §18,3150,
which waa considered u very high
figure, and the neighboring farmers all
decided that tho bargain wus a bad one
for Mr. Calhoun. With tho help of
hia live sons Mr. Calhoun drained and
cultivated the land, nnd brought it
into Btichastato of perfection that it
bus now been sold at a figure which
even the most sanguine never dreamed
would be obtained Over and above
iho stock, etc., Mr. Oalhuun lias 200
tons of last years' crop unsold, and
wliich he is keeping for high prices.
Mr. John Dooley, of the Delta, has
sold to Mr. J, C. Calhoun, with stock
and implements. 32f>acres of improved
land for 330,000. Mr. Calhoun has
alao purchased from Meaars. Pemberton & Sons, of Victoria, 24n acres of
firm land at §05 por acre, situated a
short distance below Ladner's Landing,
and whicli is considered aa fine aa any
in tlie province. Theso figures show
what values may bo expected to reach
in British Columbia when tho country
ia thickly settled. Tlie snlo to MegBis.
Page Bros, wna transacted through
A. J. Hill ft Co. of thia oity.
City council.
a brutal idl'iiir.
Says the World of yo-ucrday: All
difficulty between thu 0. P. It. and
Sam Greer w&e satisfactorily arranged
thia morning, and the boring for coal
on English bay is being again pushed
on, This will bo good news to everybody, and it iH hoped that satisfactory
results will bo achieved.
Some Lillooet Indians arrived in tho
oity yestorday and for llio first timo
in their Uvea saw a railway train.
With tho locomotive especially thoy
were greatly taken, and they described
it us n ''steamboat on land." Tho
groat curiosity of ono big Siwash almost resulted in his logs being cut off.
Rev. C. S. Eby, D. D.( of Tokyo,
Japan, will lecture in the Mothodht
church on Thunday evoning on "Mis-
■ionary work among tho Japaneso."
The reverend gontloman is a good
speaker, and having labored for years
among tho Japs, is well able to speak
on the subjoct he haB clioaon. This
leoture has boon lookod forward to
with interest for somo time, and it is
certain to bo listened to by a large
audienee.
Attention is directed  to the great
auction tale of blooded and graded
■took fixed to come off at Ontario farm,
Langley Prairio, on 28th Juno,   full
particulars of which  will nppcnr in
.   next    Wekkly     Columbian.     The
Messrs, Innes are favorably known  na
being good judges of horses aud cattle,
and the salo in question will give  an
opportunity seldom offered of acquiring good stook.   1G0 seres of tho  boft
prairie land in the province  will   bo
offered for sale by auction nt the mme
time and placo.   Mr. T. J. Trapp will
conduct the salo, id*
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla j vS%&Td
The city council met Inst night at 8
o'clock for the transaction of business.
Present, Aldermen Oalbick, Scoullar,
Cunningham, McPhaden, Curtis.
Reid, Townsend and Ewen.
His worship Mayor Hendry in the
chair.
After the minutes had been read
Aid. Curtis rose and said: I feel it is
due to Ida worship to mako an apology
for my uncalled for attack upou hiin
at the last meeting of this council.
Hia worship knows that iho affront
wns not made with malice aforethought,
I desire to bo on the very best terms
with your worship both publicly and
privately. If I fail to express an
ample apology 1 trust you will tako
the will for tho action. 1 consider the
coiir-e you followed ot tho last council
meeting perfectly consistent and justifiable and I am heartily sorry that 1
should huvo given you any offence. I
wish you to accept my apology.
Mayor Hendry: I accept thu apology
to the publio in what you have said,
and I hopo tho public will bo satisfied
with it. We will now proceed with
the business on hand, and I hope it
will bu conducted in a more becoming
and expeditious manner in future.
Communications
From A. C. Wilson asking permission to deepen tank nnd lay pipe from
the same in to tho garden on Carnarvon stroet.   Leavo granted.
From T. Ackerman asking permission to lay building material on Royal
avonue.   Leave granted.
From Hugh Burr asking leave to
lay water pipo oh Queen's avenue.
Leavo granted,
Fronj Joseph Wintemute asking
permission to lay building material on
Provost Btreet.   Leave granted.
From Ellis ft Co. soliciting an order
for printing the debenturea. Referred
to the finance committee.
From M. O, McLennan asking an
oxtension of timo limit to his water
lot, and promising to pay arrears nud
bo more prompt in future with his
rent.   Laid nn the (able.
From Robert Ward & Co. asking
copies of loan by-laws and dato of is-
auo.   Referred to finance committee.
From tho municipal clerk of Delta
re folders, and stating tbo counoil did
not hold itself responsible for tho
amount charged. Received and the
clerk instructed to write and explnin
the matter.
From Lowenburg, Harris & Co. re
removal of Olub saloon building to
McKenzio street. Referred lo tho
bonrd of works with power to act.
From tho minister of education na
follows:
Victoria, B, O., Juno 20th, 1889.
P. Hoiw-on, Esq,, 0. M C.
ISew Westminster, 11, C.
equally hetween tho two division:-. The
average daily attendance nt I he Nnnaimo
high school Is eighteen.
Tho samo subjects (lho subjects prescribed by all high schools) are tiiughl ln
ench of the divisions In tho Victoria
school, the only diU'eretico being that lu
the lower division the pupils are brought
ou ton certain point in all tbo subjects,
when lliey pass Into the higher division,
where thoy uro advanced further in theso
branches.
It will be soaui therefore, that if there
were a second timelier in iho Westminster
high school lho twenty-one pupils would
be placed in two divisions, lu onuh of
which nil the snbleels would bo taught;
the only practical dlfll-reiico being that
you would hnvo two teachers with, say,
ten pupils each, Instead of, as now, one
teacher Willi twenty-one pupils; nnd ns I
urn advised, there would beiioappreclable
ill (Terence in the labor of teaching tho
smaller or the larger number.
It will have been noted that each of lhe
teachers in tho Victoria high school is
teaching all the prescribed subject.1*- to
about thirty-eight pupils. Could the government juslify tbo payment of two high
school teachers for teaching ten pupils
each InWcstmlnster?
Referring to the second ground upon
whleh tho opinion expressed by your
counoil Is based, I take the liberty of
pointing out what appeors lo mo to boa
two-fold fallacy.
(1) Tho city la not called upon to contributo one-third tho cost of tho maintenance of the schools within Its bounds, but
only one-third of the tenchon-.' salaries.
t2) Nor Is tho contribution intended or
"supposed to be equivalent" to the cost of
tiic btgb schools.
The existence of a high school in New
Westminster constituted only one of tho
reasons for levying the contribution; but
It was nover understood or Intended by
the legislature that tbe cost of the high
schools should be either tiic sole ground
or the gauge of tho contribution. On tho
contrary, it was fully explained to tho
legislature that the charge upon the four
cities was to do moro than relieve tho
general revenue of tho burden of the high
sobopls. II was Intended ns a measure to
s] ightly ease the provincial treasury of the
heavy and ever Increasing charge for education, by requiring the four wealthiest
communities in the enjoyment of extraordinary educational advantages to make
a Blight contribution in aid of education
In less favored communities, thereby
making 11 possible to maintain intact a
system of free stale education which Is tho
pride and boast of the province.
It may be noted liilliiscoi-iicctlon.tlint,
ns minuter of fin t, Vancouver wns not,
and Is not now, in the enjoyment of a
hi'^li school.
In view of all the facts, Ills difficult to
see how the government could ho Justl-
lli-il. iind*?r pr-.-M.-n l .■lr.oiii-.liiii.-p->-. In supplying a second toucher for tho Wcstmin
Mer hii-h school, more especially as there
is uo provision in iho estimates for the
payment of suoh teacher.
I am, sll*, your obedient scrvaut,
John Houso*?,
Prov. Sec.
From W. S. Gore, surveyor general,
stating that a crown grant for thu reserve at the eastern end of Lulu island
will ho issued tu tho city immediately.
Referred to the finance committee.
From C. J. Fagan, M. D., asking
that tho taxes on St, Mary's hospital
bo remitted, giving na n reason for
asking tlm favor that 50 per cent of
tho patients admitted lait year woro
unablo to pay fur rare and attendance
and wen: treated free. Ou motion of
Aid. Townsend the taxes were ordered
to ho remitted,
A petition from A. M. Herring nnd
others asking for n new crossing on
Columbia street. Referred to the
board of works with power to aet.
accounts.
Wm. Turnbull, 8350; G. W. Grant,
§54.40; B. C. Gazette, §40; E. B. Biggar, §7.50; postmaster,   813.50; John
Martin ft Co., §6.90.
reports.
The water and sewerage committee
recommended that a competent engineer Bhould be immediately appointed to
prepare the wotk. The report wns referred back.
Aid. Townsend reported thnt tho
nuisance on Agnes street could not he
abated unless a drain was built. Received.
The council went into committeo of
the whole on tho liquor license amendment by-law.
His worship took advantago of hia
privilege and retired from the  board.
Aid, Reid movod that clauso 2 be
read.
Aid. Scoullar moved in amendment
that the preamble be rend.
Aid. Calbick in amendment to the
amendment that tho preamble be not
read. Thia was carried on a show of
hnnda, Meaars. Curtis, Cunningham,
Calbick and Reid voting for, and
Messrs. Ewen, Scoullar and McPhaden voting against,
Aid. Cunningham moved that clause
2 bo read.
Aid. Curtia Baid he wns sorry thnt a
few of the nldcrmon still appeared determined to deprive tho saloon keepers
of what it had been deoided they nre
entitled to. Personally it did uot
make much difference to linn how tho
tiling went, ho was simply keeping
faith with tho promise ho had mado.
He, howover, thought the champions
of tho licensed victuallers wore pursuing a very strange course.
Aid. Roid waa of tho namo opinion
uud pointed out that if tho by-law
failed to pnss tho saloon keepers would
bo forced to pay the wholo ninount.
Clauso 2 mid the prenmblo passed
and tho committee rose and reported
progress.
Aid. Scoullar opened firo on the
original by-law, snid it hnd been
rushed through hastily, without proper consideration and at n meeting
when uot half uf tho members of tho
council woro present.
Mayor Hendry: Alderman Scoullar,
you are stating what is not correct.
The by-law was passed in open counoil
and thete was a quorum present.
Aid, Scoullar: I did not any thero
was no quorum present.
Mayor Hendry: You snid half of the
council was nut present, and that
means no quorum. I distinctly sny
thero wna a full quorum, and if you
personally wero uot present, it is your
own fault nnd nut that of tho council.
Nuw, if you hnve anything further to
say you have the floor nnd oan do  so.
Aid. Scoullar: I have no moro to
say,
On motion the by-law  was  read a
third timo and finally passed.
The form of license wns thon passed.
On motion tho board of works wna
instructed to Iny a box drain on the
upper sido nf Agnes street.
Moved by Aid. Scoullar, seconded
by Aid. McPhaden, that the mayor be
authorized to enquire into the bond
and all other mutt ers relating to the
Southern Railway, and to incur whatever oxponso nny be necessary in con
nection with suoh inquiry, for legal ad?,
vice or otherwise.   Carried.
Moved by Aid. Scoullar and seconded by Aid. Cunningham that the
special committee appointed to act with
the school trustees in regard to selecting a lot for the west side school, beg
tu recommend that the committee bo
authorized to purchase 3 lots, 8, 9 and
10, sub division of lot G, B. 11, nt a
price not exceeding $850.00, as a site
for the school, tho cost to be defrayed
out of the proceeds of sale uf pnrt or
whole of lot 17 B. 7.   Carried.
On motion Aid. Townsend nnd
Scoullar wore addod to the board of
works; that the committee hand in at
next meeting a report as to proposed
plan for expending tho $70,000 loan,
Tho council then adjourned till
Wednesday night.
SYRUP OF FIGS,
Produced from the laxative and nutritious juice of California figs, combined
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to bo most beneficial to the
human system, acts gently on tho kidneys, liver and bowels, effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colda and
headaches, and curing habitual constipation.
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment instantly relieves and permanently cures Piles, Pruritus and all hot and itching sores and
eruptions. N. W. agents, D. S. Curtis
4 Co. dmy28yl
T.J. Claxton ft Co., merchants, of
Montreal, havo assigned. Liabilities,
8200,000.
vGuxm-vi-Ka us.
Portland-Westminster!
THE STEAMSHIP
XXOJLXXO
WILL SAIL FROM TORT/LAND FOR
Now Westminster on
Thursday, June 27th.
For freight, Ac, apply to
JAMES WISE,
Front Slreet.
Now Wost., Juno :i>, I860.        djc25to
Notice to Contractors!
Whon Biby wu tick, we gave her Osr-torto,
Whon she wai a Child, ahe cried for Cutoria,
Whoa she became Mias, ahe clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, ehe gave them Cutoria
IiKT
T
■pURNISIIRD HOOM TO LET FOB
Jj Qontleman in n private famll'*. Address "W. M.," this offlco. -IJS22I3
WANTED.
A   SEAMSTRESS.   Applyto
ft. KATE SMALL,
dje24!3 Dressmaker, Ohureli St.
Stfffl#*S
SEALED TENDERS  WILT.   RE   RE-
celved by the undersigned np to noon
of rial unlay, ''Mil Jane* Inst., for tbo
CONSTRUCTION OF A SCHOOL-HOUSE
Iu New Westminster City {west side,
PInus and specifications can be seen
and form-1 for tender obtained nt tho Government   nice; Nc-w Westminster.
Tho lowest or nny tender not necessarily
accented.
O. WARWICK,
Gov't Agent.
New Westminster,
Juno 2T'th, 18811. Je25*dUl-Wlt
EXCURSION
 TO	
Harrison Hot Springs
 ON	
DOMINION DAY
MONDAY, JULY I, 1888.
Under tbe auspices of the Y. P. 8. C. E. of
the Baptist Church.
The Str. ADELAIDE
Has been chartered /or llie occnslon and
wilt leave Ewen's whnrf at 7 o'clock on
Monday morning, July I, for Hnrrlson
Hot .springs, returning tbe same evening.
Tickets, 82 each (ladles freo), may ho
procured at Beggs A-Heard's tailoring establishment inext door to Dickinson's
butcher shop) and at I) Lyal A Co.'s bookstore, djcKtd
WANTEDJO RENT.
A HOUSE CONTAINING NOT LESS
than (I rooms.  Apply Box 20, Post
omce. djc2lle
A Pleasing- Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows tho uso of Syrup of Figs, as iS
acts gently on tho
Kidneys, Liver W Bowels
Effectually Cleansing tho System *when.
Costive or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and permanently during
HABITUAL OOlTSTIPATIOir
■without weakening or irritating tho organs on which it note,
Cop snlo In 7Go bottles 1>y nil Lendlng-
bi-Uggists.
lusuFAmiLM- omt nr tiih
OAmOBHAnaSYEUPOO
, Sah Fh-uk-iscc. Cal.,
1867
1889.
CAKE LOST.
DROPPED   THROUGH    SIDEWALK
near corner Columliln and Blackie
Hts. The parly who picked it upwlllcon-
fer a favor hy returniegto Dr. MaoLean,
Agnes ht.
June 24,1880. djc2lt'i
nniMico.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
ITki.ki-iiokk No. 65.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, EN LAND,
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
Loudon aud Lnneaehlre Fire and
Brltlili Km pi re Life Insurance
Companies;.
New Westminster Building Society.
Accountant's Office, Uloeese of N.W.
Cily Auditor--, igt-,6, 1H83 andlflSS.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
nnd otber monetary transactions.
Have several good Investments on tbelr
books, and nil now comers will do well to
call beforo doing business elsewhere.
dwUdely
I HAVE THIS DAY SOLD AND
transferred to Capt. Power the stenmer Gladys, and from this date be will
assume all control of the stenmer nnd
business. Tiuinblng all for their pntronngo conferred In the past, I solicit a continuance of tho same to my successor.
1 will scltlo all liabilities up to date,
and any person having n claim of any
kind on the steamer or myself will pleaso
present il for Immediate settlement, and
all persons indebted to mo will please
settle at onco or tbelr accounts will be
plncediu a solicitor's hnmls for collection.
Address all communications to P. o,
box 103, Now Westminster.
WM. 11. TOWNSEND.
New Westminster, June 22,1880.   JoifidOt
CITY OF VANCOUVER
Dominion Day
IN VANCOIIVEK.
Monday and Tuesday
—TUK-
1st and 2nd July
Largest Prizes ever Given in
the Province lor
FIREMEN'S CONTESTS,
ATHLETIC SPORTS,
Boat Racing,
ffWi^ttASS*^Si.rSBriaE Chi,dren Cr»for Pitchor'jCastoria
CANOE RACES,
Cricket, Baseball & Lacrosse
BICYCLE RACES,
HORSE_RACES
GRAND PARADE
commence nt II o'clock on tbe 1st of July,
nt the City Hall, In which will also participate representatives of Her Majesty's
Navy, and Army, vizi The Sailors nnd
Marines of II. M, Warships, "C" Itnttery
B. O. G. A., the Volunteers and Militia of
New Westminster. In this procession
will bo shown tho capabilities and resources of our Province.
QRANDBALL
In the IMPERIAL Opera Home on
the Kvenlng of Itfondsy- the
First Day of July.
Fireworks and Torchlight
ProcttHslon
In tho Harbor on the evening of July the
Snd (Tu.-silnyj, in which Her Majesty's
warships, undor the command of Admiral
Heneage.wlll assist, and whioh will be
tbe grandest feature of this celebration,
and tbe most brilliant display ever witnessed on this coast.
CHEAP EXCURSIONS
Have boon ni ranged for from Victorin,
Now Westminster, Nanaimo, Seattle, Tacoma, Port Townsend, Portland,and otber
Hound ports, and from oil points of tbe
C. P. R.
■■.For further particulars aee special
programme*.. diEQcta
GEEAT
REMNANT
SALE
•FCCR     T*W"0     *WT!EKS,
Commencing Monday, Jnne 24th
OGLE, CAMPBELL & FREEMAN'S,
The Lending Dry Goods House,
MASONIC BLOCK,       -        NEW WESTMINSTER.
SUMMER COATS,
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
 '■—AT	
Ogle, Campbell £ Co's,
dto
NEXT DOOR BANK OF MONTREAL.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
T>__IA_Z,-_._.   X2H
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST fflMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Xjalszadox ■Elexrl-a-fs,
•MTaclsexel, Salt Cod,   .
.-A-xino-ar's "CJxic. *E-lara.s,
-A-xxao-ax's XJn.c. Bacon..
Flo-ax. "Sxaxi. Slioxte,
•STHIOHE8T PRI0B8 PAID FOB PAKM PRODUCE.
a-M-rt- Sooullnr*Armatrong Blook, Columbia tt.
Jas. Ellard. Co
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For the Next Four Days
THEIR  REMAINING  STOCK OF
IM It A SOLS
POE CASH,
A.t   Cost,   To  CJle«,r*. f
-t1"- *w Jb***LJ^.E^ J±Ji =-,
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, U,
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles *& Eye-Glasses In steel, rubber, silver arc --i-id
frames,   Tho finest Pebbles made, $4 nor pair; all sights suited.
Speoial attention given to PINE WATCH REPAIRS. Haviug learn*... the
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologers in England, and niiuv tbou
managed the wateh-repairiiig departments of n few of the best firms on tho cont-.
nent of America, is a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly monger for nearly 8 yeara of tho well-known lirm of Savago k Lyman, Uohtro-U.
Charges Moderate,
Montrbal- Deo., 1887.--Mr. P. Crako.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I nover found a Watchmaker who dirt so
well for me as you did whon in Montreal, and I om sorry you aro not here to-day."
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D. S. CURTIS 9s CO.
AGENTS   B. LAURANOE'S  SPECTACLES.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GROCERIES
■ *•
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    -     Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
W. £ G. Wolfenden,
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
XX X <3r XX - a X. JL s s
DRY GOODS
 AUD—
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARCH E.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
I
WALKER & SHADWELL.
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