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Daily
British
Columbian:
VOLUME 0
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 6, 1889.
NUMBER 133
PROFESSIONAL AMD BUSINESS CARDS,
T. C. ATKINSON,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR. *o. OHIcos-
Musonle Building, Now Westminster,
1.0. dwto
ABMSTKOSG A, UCKSTKl.V,
BARRISTERS,   SOLICITORS,   ETC. -
Masonic Building,  New Westmln-
ter, B. 0. dwmy4tc
W. NOUMAN OOI.1;   U.C.,
DAIlltlSTEll.AT-LAW.HNt> AGENT.
D Money to Loan. O!nao~0!arkson St.,
qow Westminster, 11 0. dtc
<linlllH LU, Jlc< <>1,1. A Ji:*i»S,
DARRISTERS, SOLICITOUS, etc. Offl-
P oes—Mnsonlo Buildings, New Wcst-
nlnster, nnd Vancouver, B. C.       dwto
A.C. DllYDONE-JACU, M.A ,
■J0TA11Y PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,
1*1 Ae. Barrister of the Now Brunswick
liipremo Court. Oflko In the Humify
'lulldlim, I'ulunil.U, Kt., npposll.. UK' Cnl-
nilal Hotel. dapBto
Q
JOSlfiPII K, OAYKOll, ll.A,,LI-.H.
OLD MEDALIST of the University of
.„ Dublin. BARRISTER-AT LAW of
bo High Court of Justice, Ireland. Oillces,
'orner McKonzle & Clarkson Hts., New
Westminster. dwfc21tc
C. H. UATKWOOD, D.D.S.,
1URGE0N DENTIST--A Graduate of
3 the Baltimore Dental College, Is pre-
mrod to do nil klndt* of Dental work. Of-
,co over McLennan A McFeoly-s hardware storo, lift Cordova Ht., Vancouver,
(.0. tlniailc
0. IX. URANT,
A HCHITEOT.   Odlco-Cornor Mary and
[\.   Clarkson Sis., West.mlnsl.ei'.   dwto
CI-OW   A  MACIil'1113,
1 ROHITECTS. omce-Uoora E. over
i Hank of B. C.,Columb!iiStreet,\VcHt-
linstor. dto
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of the best makes; Cross-cut & Hand-Saws.
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and all tho necessary Ut-'llxUs for farmlngl
Pulley Blocks, Siiatt'li Blocks, Rope. & Chain in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar & Ollklllli; Tarred and Plain Palter for Bulldlngi Paints & Otis
in all colors; Liquid Paints in all shades; Floor Paints ready to uso; Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper in all designs; Brooms ti Brushes for all purposes;
Luhrlcntln** Oils; Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
t-T Special attention given to orders hy mail,
dvvjly3to
T. T. rr*E5J«-i."P*P SO CO.,
Colum uia Strekt, New Wkstminstkr.
WILLIAM II. KINO,
A RCIHTECT.SANITARY ENGINEER,
B\ Ao. Removed to Armstrong.-' Block,
lolumbla Street, Westminster — Room
1*0.2. dto
\V. TH1DAUDKAIT,
AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS-
„j man. Hamley Block, Now Wcstmln-
icr, B. C. dmylStc
A. V. (UTTO.V,
■"AOMIN'ION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SJ HUUVEYOU. Onli-c: Room 0.Bank
Bf B. C. hullding, Westminster, B. 0-	
G. 1*11 IHMHllliU.
BjEAL ESTATE BROKER and County
B\ Court Agent. Coin missions, Notary
Mublte, Ac Rents collected. Olllcc—Mc-
Heir/.le Street, New Westminster,B.0.
T. J. TRAPP,
, UOTtONEElt AND APPRAISER.
m\. Columbia Htreet, New Wostminstor.
Ell commissions will receive prompt
Sid ciiroful attentiou. Rent references
Jveu when required.  nihl2-to
TURNER, IIIU'ITOS A CO.,
TERCHANTS.    Wharf   St., Vlctoiia.
_   Agents for North British and Mer-
rjintllo Insurnnco Co. for Mainland.   H.
\ Hrnton A Co., ,]1 rinsbiuy Circus, Lon-
,-BjO- dto
1AJ0R & PE1BS0H
| Heal  Estate  Brokers and
Financial Agents.
IE NTS FOR
C!u,ifft*Urntl***i Life  Assoi-latlon of
j     Toronto.
■Unytil nud Lane its hi re Fire Imuhv-
anoe Vompaulns.
,!**«-Vnlliable Lots for sale ln tho City
jul District of Westminster; und choice
jjfils In Iho City of Vancouver,
fl Persona wishlu** to hny or sell city or
wrai property should oommuiiloatowlth
BOlllces: Bankof B.C. bulldlnu,opposite
nstoillce, Westminster, und Hastings Si,',
Vancouver. dwaptBtO
RAND BROS.
1*1!.Al, ESTATE*. UK0KBR3,
VimveyaucerB, Collectors,
And  Iii-ius-aiic* Agent ■,
Slices nl
NEW WEHTH1NHTER: Corner
.VoKenzIo uud Clarkson Sts.
VANOOUVER, Cordova Htrcot.
LONDON .Englsnd.
J3UILDING LOTS for sale In nil sections
iiVancouver nnd New Westminstor City,
4''ARM LANDS of superior quality for
■le at Chilliwhaok, Port Hammond,
%ngloy, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay-Lad"
it's Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
tiA PUi River.
TUnps and Plans exhibited and the full-
1 information furnished at all ourofilccs,
GRANT & MACLURE.
Boots 4 Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTEB.
New Spring Goods I
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
7.    IB.   MANSON's
MERCHANT    TAILOR,
Columula Street, • New Westminster.
W. BOVILL,
Seal Estate Agent
AND CONVEYANCER,
EW WKSTMIN8TKR:-Offlco,Mnokcn-
n  zio Street,
IaNCOUVER:-Offlce, Abbott  Street,
noar Cordova Streot.
■Full List of City nnd Suburban Pro-
■particular attention paid to Farming
lands.
lAeeurato information to correspmid-
dwmyOyl
ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
Hvll Engineers, LandSur-
|veyors& Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
.,-MHCIAL, SHIPPING & COMMISSION AQENTS
l'l re. Lire A Marine Inmrance.
.'■'oMijiniAfiT., - Oi-i-. Colonial Hotei-
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
■hlVK PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
mT tonlloii to all professional ordors and
Bet-dor their services to residents nud nou-
loaldonts having Oliy or Country Property
lo dispose of or desiring profitable InvoHt-
■nont,
SourllslH of ollKlbloproporllesarocoin-
[ircheiislvo and conslnutly rccolvlng aiUll*
hiohm, and our favorable eastern coune*-*
[ions both in Canada and the Atlantic
fc'tiues «lve us unusual facilities for busl-
J; special attention will ho paid to the
B.-iirehnHo and Inspection of Lumber for
Tj-diipmonttci foreign porth. Tonnngo cluir-
Iteml and goneral shlpplim business trims-
■fciotod. dwaplyl
Macpherson & Thomson
Dit   Of Ontario nnd Marquette, Michigan,
havo opened n
IN THE HOLBROOK BLOCK,
l'''.Columbia Street* % doors East
of Telegraph OHIec.
Thoy havo a complete assorlnient. of
ji everything usually * " '-     "
" " "' -yne
ley ha1  -,	
. ..-.'ythlng usually found Ina flrst-olass
\ Drug Store, comprising puro and fresh
\ DRUQS, OHEMIOALS,
PATENT MEDIOINES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
| ENGLISH, FRENOH AND
AMERICAN PERFUMES.
. Phyulclans' prescriptions earofully com-
r( pounded dny and night. feUfdlm
|W. BREDEMEYER- DR, PH.
(Late Partner of John MoVlckor)
I MINING ENGINEER, U.S. A PIIOVIN-
l        OIAL SURVEYOR, A ABSAYER,
f Masonic Ticmi-lr Block, Vancocvrr,
Brit. Col.
rurllellable reports, uudergroiuiil sur-
vevsand maps or mines osoculed at Inn
■alert.   Assays mndo on all kinds of min
erals, gold and nilvor bars. Thirty years'
experience In mining tu Asia, Europe
and United Statos of  America.   Hpoaltr
tou languages, Assa*— * "
promptly nttemlcit to,
Globe House!
vor, no.
Assays from a tllsUnco
*-'"    AUdross Vsnoou-
dciomo
*r*asT    i3*E3a*E:i-*r*B3D,
The Latest Novelties in Ladies'
traw lafs and Bonnets,
Silk Dolmans
and Mantles.
mM.MM_m_, MMrmMm has:.
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
ITHBsBsTsKs*sTa*BsTMBI*aBn
Insurance and Financial
ilLCSrjHSISr'J?®.
OITIOTS s
NEW WESTMINSTER, c2rmnoekreS^%kt%01
VANCOUVER,  CORANBEBR0T°T0R-r0RVEAETA8ND
-Al**>-
ANDERSON BLOOK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON,   ENG. .07 CANNON ST
Farming Lands/Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia nml Front Sts.,
in control portion of tho city; 8ovor.il
buildings bring good vent - IJ-J'-'.OOO.OO.
Lot 4, Block 7, noar Lytton Squaro,
00x132 toet, fronting ou Columbia and
Front Sts.-tO,000,00,
Cornor Lot on Columbia St., 33x00 foot—
$4,000.00,
Also—Lot and Building with stook of
Goods, ono of tho bost businesa stands
in tho otty.
ImprovedResidential Property
Lot IS, Blook 13; two houses rented at
paying figures--$1,.100.00.
Houso and Lot on Lorno St., near Col-
milliia—91*!50.00.
Lots 4, 0 * 0, Bloek 10; good house,
garden, kc; choice residenco property
-{8,280.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St,; fenced and
cleared-(1600.00.
Houso and Lot on Columulu St.; ono of
the linest resiliences in tho oity—$7,-
000.00.
Houso and Lot on Roynl Avonuo, near
Douglas St.—(2,000,00.
Houso and 3 Lots, oornor Royal Avonuo
and St. Patrick's St.; no bettor rest,
donee sito In the elty-S10,000.00.
1 aero, with 7 houses, near the Park—
•0,000,00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Bloek 28} cornor lot on Agues Ht.;
fino residenco s!to-tl200.00.
Lots un St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avonuo—1800.00 oach.
Lot. on Montreal, Douglas and Hall-
fax Sts., noar Clinton St.; lino views
nnd well situntcd-J3.TO.00, $.175,011,
(800.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton ■
(300.00.
Lot 0, Sub-Block 10; fine residenco lots-
(280.00.
Lots on l'clham St., noar Mary—(000.00
oach.
Lot on Pclham St., noar St. Andrew's;
line sito-(800.00.
Lot on St. John's St., noar Melbourne -
(380.00.
Lot in St. Andrew's Squaro-8300.00.
Lots iu Bloek fronting on North Am
ro*d| linest chance In tho market fo:
residenco or speoulotlon—(128.00 ti
(176.00.
Lots ln Subdivision of Lot 11, .ub-Blool
12-S0O.0O to (126.00.
Lot. In Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloc
13-4160.00 each.
Lots in Wostminstor Addition at (16.00
to 160.00.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purlty,slreiiutliiui*lwliolesonu-nesH. More
economical tlian tho ordinary kinds, and
eannot be sold lu competition wlththo
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal Baking Powder Co., los Wall St.,
New York. 8fely
Q
HOUSE TO RENT
N ST. PATRICK'S SQUARE; Grooms,
?7 per month. Apply to
3lto J. E. SULLTGY.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
A Missouri man who recently
made a visit of six weeks in Kansas
has circulated the slander that he
spent five of thom in running after
his hat.   A breezy story, that.
A solid chunk of wisdom was
done up in a neat package by the
Presbyterian delegate who said the
other day that an ounce of taffy is
worth a ton of epitaphy.—Ex,
FOR  SALE.
A YOUNO HOUSE; GOOD A SOUND;
will work single or double.   Apply
toBIIKUIFFAIISIS'1'itOSU.     dmj'llll
WANTED.
DY THE END OF THIS MONTH-
fi a situation In Drug or Genoral Store;
novo had two years experience in latter;
cun produce testimonials. Address "A.
C," Columbian Otllce. dje4l3
TO LEASE.
fpiiH UNION HOTEL,opposite Mnsonlo
,l_   and Oddfellows' Block.
For particulars, apply at tho
MAINLAND RESTAURANT,
djelml New Westminster.
FOR SALE.
rpHE  HOUSE  ON   FRONT   STREET
A.   lately used asa
Hotel and Bakery
By AlbertDelbel.   Tho oven Ih In primo
condition; two yeara1 lease.
Applyto ti. A. KELLY,
dmyiWlo McKcnzIo St,
Business Notice.
m
(tig
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
"ithoi parliu-i'sblp heretofore subsisting between Popplewell, liembrougli A
Iiorrie, of the Wostminstor Pattery-was
ills'-ulvi'il liy milium I'linst'iit nil Uf' 271 h
(lay of May, isoii. Mr. John Popplewell
retires from the firm. The Ihikiiici-h in
futuro will bo conducted by Thomas Iium-
brougli and Robert Bowie under llie name
nud stylo of Hembrough A Borrie.
All persons Indebted totho lute lirm aro
requested to malto linnn-diute payment
to IIKMUROUGH A BORRIE,
Now West., May 117, isst). dmysStU
 THB	
entral
Eloctt'icians working lor tho
Edison Oompany at Gilbert's mines
in lieohtolville, Pa., havo invented
a wiro lishing rod with an eleotrio
bell, which will ring for every
nibble.
An exchange says; A Worcestor,
Ohio, woman has been licensed
to perform the marriage ceremony.
This is rumored to bo tho first caso
whoro such a licenso has been granted, yot it would seem that thero is
nothing for whicli a woman is better
fitted. 	
A pension hns just been granted
by the United States government to
a soldier whose only claim for consideration was that ho had been
injured in a drunken bout through
being hit by a demijohn. A number
of ex-soldiers will now wish they
had inbibed occasionally.
FINAL FIGURES
Of the Great Flood Give Appalling
Besults of Lives Lost mid
Damage Done.
The Yankees aro Tinkering   up
Their Navy to Lick the Poor
Haytiens.
Tho Cronin Murder Inquest Continues to Give Fresh and Important Evidence.
The German authorities have
adopted a compound to be sifted
into the boots of thoir foot soldiers
which consists chiefly of soup stono,
tho British soldiers uso soup and
water, and this extraordinary pro-
caution is necessary to prevent
swollen feet ill their ranks. Thero
may be some difierenco in the swelling propensities of German lager
and British beer.
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
fflOTICiiSlI, PROPRIETORS
J. J. WILSON,  -  MANACER.
Hull's, $1.00 itnil $1.50 per Dny,
AcconniNO to room.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OR MONTH.
tar Forties supplied with all binds of
ICE-CREAM. dmj'lml
T. A. MUIR & GO.
Chemists & Druggists,
Queeh'S Hotel Blook    ■    NewWestmiustes
A CHOICE LINK OP
Brushes,     Perfumes,
Combs,      SachetPowtTrs
Sponges,     Soaps,
TOILET   ARTICLES.
Proscriptions nnd Family Recipes carefully dispensed from pnro Drugs,
Mem lltll nlt.nilancr. doolie
SO   CO.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
—Asn—
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make loans on Mortgages,
Anil transact all Business relating to
Real Estato,
—AGENTS FOR—
london ARftnrnnco Corporation.
Connecticut Flro Insurance Co. of
Hartford.
London and Lancashire life Assurance Co.
Canton Insurance Offlce* Ld. (Mariue)
OFPIOE81
Columbia St., New West'r,
4t Government St., Victoria
dwieHyl
Lot us 'io thankful for the existence of experts. One has just
relieved the public mind of a horrid
sensation by testifying positively
tlmt Irving Bishop, the mind reader,
was really dead before the surgeons
began to carve up his mortal remains.
Experts differ and the lay member
of society often quarrels with the
conclusion of tho expert, but in this
particular there will bo no disposition to reject the testimony and fall
back upon a blood-curdling hypothesis.—Ex,
King William of Holland hus
boon amusing himself since be regained his faculties by reading all
tliu despatches which passed botween
The Hague on one side, and Berlin,
Vienna and St. -Petersburg on the
other, respecting tho Duke of
Nassau's regency of Luxemburg and
Dutch aHUira jj-enerally, and as the
communications from Berlin were
written under a full eonviotion that
his majesty would be in hiB coffin
before they were delivered there is
much in them which is very distasteful to him.
Tlie New York Sun relates how
a full-Hedged citizoji of Uncle Sam's
dominions, living on West Sixtieth
street, in tho metropolis, entertained
a friend from Canada last week.
The Canadian innocently desiring to
honor the Queen's birthday, hung
out the British flag from a window
of tho house. A crowd collected
aud forced the hauling down of the
flag. Thero is just this to be said
about the incident. Tlie citizens of
the republic have, within their own
territory, tho power to haul down
tho British flag as often as they
liko. They can't do it on the larger
part of the continent, however,
and thoso who try it may find
themselves flying higher than tho
flag.—Empire.
Pope Leo the Thirteenth has or
dered the Papal guards and othor
official-* to abstain from taking part,
even by going outside the door, in
tlie ceroraony of unveiling the monument of Giordano Bruno, the Italian
philisopher, who was arrosted for
heresy by tho inquisition, delivered
over to tho civil power, and put to
doath towards the end of tho seventeenth century. The monument,
which has been erected in the
Quirinal part of Borne by public
subscription, the King of Italy
heading the list, will be uncovered
on Monday. Tho Popo cannot
"snub" mon liko Bruno by refusing
to recognize their greatness; he might
as well try to "insult the heavens
by declining to see  tho sun."—Ex.
About twenty years ago, saj'B
Laboucherc, in hiB paper, London
Truth, I was talking with Mr.
Bright in tho smoking room of the
house of commons. Ho was going
to speak later on in the evening,
and ho Imd a largo roll of notes
which hu was looking through. "I
never learned a speech but once," he
said, "and then aid not remember
it, But I consider that no one
ought to address the house on an
important issue without thoroughly
getting tho subject into his head
and knowing how he intends to treat
it," "You writo down some pas
sages ?" I said, pointing to the notes'
"Yes," ho roplied, "I do. Otherwise
1 might say say moro tlian I had intended," And then ho went on to
explain that his greatest difficulty
in mastering the art of whieh he
had becomo such a master had been
to acquire the habit of speaking
Blowly, "You should not pauBe
between words and sentences," he
went on to say, "but pronounce
clearly and distinctly every syllable."
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian offlce, Prices will bi
found as low u at any other .offloe In
tho pi ov Ince —Adv,
THEOllAMD TOTAL.
Johnstown, Pa., June O.—The luss
of life by the floods in thu towns of
Mineral Point, Franklin Burnui-li,
East Onni'in-iUL-li, Woodvalo, Kernvillo, Oambria, Mineravilla, Morrell-
ville, Shoriden, Ooupendale, which with
Johnstown constitute a string of communities in tho direct pith of tho
flood is abuut 2,000 and loss of property about 80,000,000. Johnatowu proper and Millville will probably add 7,-
000 to the death list, and about §18,-
000,000 to the financial loss. The
Pennsylvania Railroad loss will be
about $1,000,000. The loss of life at
Johnstown proper iB little more thnu
a gueBs. It was too largo a place for
anybody to know everybody and the
survivors are so scattered that though
the registration of the liviuir has reached 12,000 in the district, it indicates
nothing. The loss in smaller towns
was obtained from leading men in
each whioh have in a measure got
thoir heads again and ablo to think
with cuolm-sB. Iu detail, the loss
falls: Minerals Point, lives 10, properly 8100,000; East Oonemaugh and
Franklin, lives 38, proporty 8120,000;
Woudvalo 300, §3,500,000; Johnstown
and Millviiln, 700, §18,000,000; Kern-
vale 700. §3,000,000; Cambria 1000,
§750,000; Mineraville 8, §35,000;
Morrellvillo 1, §10,000; Sheridan and
Coopersdale no lives,§75,000; Ponnsyl*
ViiniaRailroad,§10,000,000; total lives
9,003; total proporty §32,890,000.
Mr. Hechapine, of Washington, who
built the Gauthior steel works and up
to January 1889 was general superintendent of the Cambria iron worltB,
at Johnstown, said last evening. "The
loss sustained in round numbers I
should think would reach §30,000,000.
I doubt if twenty years will enable the
valley to recover from tho awful shock,
which is almost too horrible to realize"
FOOD   SCARCE.
Johnstown, Juno C—Thero iB a
scarcity of provisions hero this morning, not because tho stuff is not un
hand, but because it was uot distributed propet-ly- Plenty of people are
running ■around at the west ond of the
bridge asking for something to eat.
The American club relief coips cars at
M-'iTullville aro taking caro of all
needy people in thut district. Both
Superintendent Flynn and Captain
Joiihb have supplies for their men. An
ordor whb issued this morning positively forbidding anyono from entering the
town, -without  tk    fina-*.     W.     J.     SHU.,
who represents the New York Mail
aud Express, this morning n-ceiwa u
tolet-ram from Elliott F. Shepard, of
New York, notifying to direct Major
Harroll or aome other ouo uf tho
authorities to draw on him for §10,-
000. B. L. Sibbet, of the state bonrd
of health, detailed to inspect the rivor
towns above here, reached Connelsvilte
through the drift, examining both
Bid. a of the river. Ho finds at Rock*
wood only, whero a great mass of
wreckage confines many corpus, is the
immediate chanco of diseaao from dead
bodies, elsewhere, particularly about
Conuelsville, the flood washed everything beforo it. Upon recoiving this
report the ssnitory board decided to
concentrate their labor upon the centre
of wreck and work outward.
HIOT AT JOHNSTOWN,
Johnstown, Juue C.—Tho scarcity
of food tor men, owing partly to the
lack of utensils to work with, caused
a small sizod riot nt tho labor camp
this morning. It was quelled, howover, by a speech from Mr. Flynn, who
afterwards hnd two ringleaders ex-
polled from the town. The tents for
the laborers to alcep in aro arriving
from Washington, and fully 5,000 men
uro at work this morning. In Cambria city shortly after midnight laat
night somo drunken Italians caused
trouble and a company of the Uth
regiment nas sent to tho scone, but
their services were not needed Adjt.*
Gen. Hastings says the troops are
needed only for guard duty, and denies
the report that ho ordered the tenth
rei*iuiont out,
TO-DAY's SENSiTION.
Chicago, Juno ll. An immense
croA'd was present this morning to hear
the testimony in tho Cronin investigation. The sonsution promised for to-
dny was the introduction of tho books
of J, T. Letter & C..., containing the
nccount of Alexin.dor Siilliviiu with tho
lirm. The Traders' Bank books shows
that Sullivan has paid over to J. T.
Dntor & Co. nearly §100,000, mid Mr.
Lestor'B hooka aro to be brought to
show what haa been donu with this
uiiormouB amount of money. Thu
books bIiow it is said that all the monoy
was invested iu stocks through Lester
& Co., but that it was not allowed to
remain long in speculation. Eaoh
heavy margin, two of §30,000 ouch and
ouo tor §25,000 was deposited as security fur n trade, but was sonu
withdrawn, being paid by check to
Alox. Sullivan's ordor. "What he
did with the monoy is for him to
explain,"   said  Judgo   Longenickor.
AFTER POOR HAYTI.
New York, Juno O.—The Times
this morning says that thoro is a
strango activity in the Brooklyn navy
yard, and that mysterious orders have
beon issued for night and day work on
tho cruisers. It hints at tho possibilities of sorioUB trouble with  Hayti.
FHI11T TO FINISH,
San Fhancisco, June 0,- Jack
Dompaey and George Lablanohe signed
articles to-day tor a finish contest at
the California athletic club, for a puree
of fivo thousand dollars on August
27th.
TASCOTT   AGAIN.
Chicaoo, Juno 6.—Mrs. Snail,
widow of tho victim of William B.
Tascott, when shown a despatch from
San Francisco last night giving the
statement of Mrs, Maudo Gantz, recently of this oity, that TiiBcott is now
in China, said that sho would extend
the offer of §60,000 as a roward for
Taicott's apprehension to ten months,
if necessary, instead of Bixty days as
originally announced. She thought if
§50,000 would not bring him back no
no sum she could offer would do bo,
TRAIN ACCIDENT.
Albuquerque,N. M., June 0.—A
Santa Fe work train ran into section
foreman Smith's hand car thia morning, one mile abovo the city, killing
tho foreman outright aud probably
fatally injuring two of the crew, Tho
train was backing to a small station
abovo tho city and did not seo tho
hand car, nor did the occupants of the
latter observe the coming train. No
blame jb attached to anyone.
A CALIFORNIA VERDICT.
Martinez, Cal., Juno 8.—John
O'Neil, a worthless follow shot and
killed Phillip Stumpp, a saloon keep*
er, near here about a year ago, lie
was tried, convicted and sentenced to
imprisonment for life. O'Neil obtained a seoond trial and laat night the
jury rendered a vordict of not guilty.
TROOPS  UNDER OlLDER.
Pittsburo, Pa., June 0.--Adjutant
Gen. Hastings has ordered battery B
to Johnatowu at once. The 18th regiment haB been ordered undor arms to
prepare to leave for Johnstown at a
moments notice. The occasion for
this action is not ascertained.
STILL A FAVORITE.
Boulanger iH Still Popular and ts
Hade Much of iu London
Soelety.
Tho Secret Service Fund Causes
Some Discussion iu Parliament
but is Voted.
Mrs. Mayrick, the American, is
Found Guilty of Murdering:
Her Husband.
CAENOT'8 THANKS.
New York, Juno G.—The Courier
Des Etats Unit prints to-day a note
from President Carnot to the Fronch
colony in this city, received through
M. Edmond Bruwacrl, consul-general.
President Carnot Bays he has been
deeply touched by the telegrams addressed to him by the French colony
in New York on the occasion of tho
centennial of tho reunion of the states
general, testifying to unalterable attachment of the colony to tho mother
country, and oxtending congratulations
to him. Mr. Carnot 1ms charged tho
Frenoh minister of foreign affairs to
transmit formally hh thanks lo the
colony.
THE CHONIN MURDER.
Chicago, June 6.-—The police claim
to have an important cluo to the murderer of Dr. Cronin. They have found
tho express man who hauled the murderer's goods from the building at 117
Clark street to tlio Carlson cuttngc.
According to the expressman's statement, both fellows belong in Chicago,
and he haa bqi-ii both of them frequently since he hauled their goods. The
laat time ho saw them waa last Saturday. The expressman's description
tullies closely with that of Lilon's, who
brought thu furniture from Roviland
& Co., and of Williams, who rented
tho cottage from Carlsons. The police
believe thu two men aro still in town
and they aro relying on tho express
man to find thom.
THE CRONIN INQUEST.
Chicaoo, June 5.—Tho coroner's
inquiry into the Cronin niurder was
resumed this morning, with a big
crowd in ;u tendance. Moreland, Din-
an's hostler, testified regarding Capt.
Schaack taking a horse uut to he identified; aud offloer Kelly and Hall testified an to tho arrest of Woodruff.
N'-thing new or important waa developed. ratHCK McGarry stated that
in September'88 Cronin told him after
the trial iu Buffalo, that his, (Cronin'sj
life wns in danger, saying: "Mc, I be
lieve that man Alexander Sullivau will
bo the instigator of my death. There
aro papers nnd affidavits in Mr. Conk-
lin's safe relating to this business, and
in them Alexander Sullivan's namo is
mentioned, and if anything happens
to mc I will rely on you to give thom
to the authorities."
OTTAWA NOTES.
Pttawa, June 4.—The government
haa had to set its foot down against
granting the tremendous powers asked
fur hy certain companies, chartered
only undor the general act by the issue
of letters patent. Recently a British
Columbia lumber company asked, in
addition to ordinary powers, liberty to
operate steamship and railway lines,
and also to carry on a general merchandise business. The government only
granted the powers necessary to carry
ou the lumber business.
Van Horne and party are en route
to British Columbia.
Rev. Mr. Douglass, of London, is
here, heading for British Columbia.
Ho is inquiring into tho resources of
the country for immigration purposes.
FROM VICTORIA,
Death of Mr. Jtutlre tirn**-.—Eloping
Couple tnuftbl.—Uid fladMni Hay Fori
Burned.	
Special to tlio Columbian.
Victoria, Juno 0.—At 6:40 last
evoning Hon. John Hamilton Gray,
judge of the supremo court uf B, C.
passed peacefully to hia rest. Death
was caused by paralysis. Ho was in
tho 70th year of hiB ago. Flags throughout tho city are at half mast.
Au eloping couple from San Fran-
ciseu were captured on tho Islander by
tho lady's irato papa last ovening. Tho
youug lady belonged to San Francisco
whilo tho gay Lothario was a Chicago
drummer. The lady concluded to return to hor homo.
Andrew Haslan, formerly a member
of the Royal City Planing Mills Co,
Westminster, will be the independent
candidate to contest the vacant sont for
Nanaimo district caused by the doath
of Hon, Mr. Dunsmuir. Tho Courier
and Free Press both support him.
Word haa beon received of the destruction by fire of tho old Hudson's
bay offices at Fort Rupert. Thoy
were erected in 1848.
T. D. Conway, of Chemainus, has
secured the contract to build the
Bonilla point Dominion government
telegraph.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Just after midnight yesterday morning a fire started in Brown's livery
stable, Winnipeg. A largo numbor of
buildings were burned.
Anti-Jesuit meetings wero held at
Orangevillo, Wingham and Fcruus
yesterday, at whioh all the delegates to
tho Toronto convention were approved.
A young Irishman named Jack Me*
Goldriak, om ployed in a livery stable,
attempted to commit suicide in Winnipeg, on Tuesday by taking laudanum,
The first farmers' excursion this season left Toronto yesterday for Manitoba. Thero woro two truinB, carrying about six hundred poople, mostly
Ontario farmers.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
A MA1XCHIONE8S MUBDEUED.
Brussels, June C—The Marchioness Do Chaiteler, belonging to one
of tho oldest of the noble families of
Belgium, was found murdered in her
bed at her residence Chateau Moulbai.
at Mons, this morning, The crime
has created great excitment. The
march ion ess was shot through the
heart. The ball wss fired at her
through the window. The report of
the weapon was not heard within the
house. It is supposed the murderer
is a farmer who was angry with the
marchioness for refusing to reduce the
rent
GUILTY OF MURDER.
London, June O.—The proceedings
■jf thu coroner's inquest on the body
of Mr. Maybrick was brought to an
end to-day by tho jury bringing in a
verdict of wilful murder againBt Mrs.
Maybrick. One witness, a chemist,
who testified to-day, swore he found a
bottlo of arsenio in Mrs. Maybrick's
trunk and found a glass of chofola in
her room which also contained arsenic.
DOULANGEll THRIVING.
London, Juno 5.—Gen. Boulanger
is coming to thB front. He ia received
in Bocioty and has met the Prince of
Wales. The Royalists support him
energetically. Nanguet, returning
from France, predicts that there will
bo 400 Revisionists out of the 575
members of the next chamber. The
Republicans predict as confidently a
victory. Thanks to the exhibition,
the Eiffel tower raises the peasant's
confidence in the stability of the Republic. The belief that Boulanger
will triumph is growing.
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT,
London, June 4.—In the Commons
on the vote for' secret sorvice, Mr.
Bradlaugh moved to reduce the
amount from £28,000, asked by the
Government, to £8,000. This fund,
he said, was an open door for the misuse of public funds. He instanced
Lecaron, who for years received pay
from secret servico fund through a person who was not himself personally responsible to the ministers. The money
whioh might he expended secretly always encouraged concentration of conspiracies and always would do so. All
publio expenditures ought to be subject to credit. Mr. Biggar adviBtd the
Government to seriously consider
whether they ever really got any value ■
for money expended secretly. What
hod they got from Lecaron for, the
large sums paid him for years 1 Simply
tt     mu     ,.*     fl.,Mi*J      go-Kipi •3W-..UU£.5
Matthews said that the disposition of
secret servico fund was a very disagreeable duly. Still it was a duty imposed
on tho ministers, and so long as the
system existed they could not consent
to give the open audit of the expenditures from this fund. After considerable debato tho motion for reduction
of the voto was rejected by 141 to 43.
PERSONAL.
Col. Percy Dickinson arrived in the
city last ovening on matters connected
with the Southern Railway, and will
remain a week. Mr. King arrived
this evening.
J, Wilson, supt. C.P.R, telegraphs,
returned to-day from Seattle, having
successfully laid the telegraph cable
between Alki and Bean points, connecting Seattle and Port Blakely,
S. H. Webb left for England and
the continent to-day and will be absent
about three months. Mr. Webb will
act as special correspondent for The
Columbian, and some very interesting
letters may be expected from him.
A despatch from Toronto received
last night by Mr, Jas. Wilson, announces that Messrs, Thomas and William Mclnnes, ions of Senator Me*
Innes, have successfully passed their
final examination at Toronto University. Both woro formerly pupils of
Mr. H. M. Stramberg, principal of the
Westminster high school. The senator and family leave for Europe next
Monday.
C. R, T. Garriooh formerly a resident of Westminster, but latterly of
Vancouver, left by the Atlantio express
to-day for Ottawa, where he will
reside in futuro. Mr. Garriooh was a
general favorite and justly so. His
qualities wore all that could be desired
iu man, and his loss to the province
is greatly to bo deplored. Last night
ho paid a last visit to his mother lodge,
Union Lodge No 9 A. F. & A. M.,
when a resolution was passed regretting hiB departure. Many kindly remarks wore made concerning Mr.
Garriooh, and many hopes were expressed that somo day he would return
to the province again.
■arrlHi Hot Bprlaaa Notes.
Big boskets of fish are so common
now that only tho largest are considered worthy of mention. On Monday a
guest of the hotel spent threo hours
casting the fly and during that time
successfully landed 136 fine trout
A trail has boen cut from Trout
lake to a small unamed lake beyond,
and a cabin will be built on the shore
for the convenience cf the sportsmen.
The lake is only two miles from Trout
lake, and the fish in it are said to*be
much larger and equally as numeroui
as in Trout lake. A number of fishing
parties will visit It next week and results are anxiously awaited.
Several new cottages are going up
on the new townsite,
A hunting lodge hai been built it a
point some thirty miles up the lake.
Game of all kinds is reported to be
plentiful inthe vicinity,
i. ,■■— , >»..^«     ■ i    ■
The settlement of Havelook Corners,
Kings County, hai been wiped out Ity
fire. Indications are that the fire wu
incendiary. Havelook Corners ll the
centre of one of the most tertile and
thickly lettlcd rural uttlementi ot
New Brunswick,
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We are glad to see that an interest is beginning to be taken in
the sanitary condition o£ tho city,
as evidenced by the communication
printed in  this paper yesterday on
"The Water Wo Drink."   Wo havo
read tho coram union tion with considerable profit, and wo aro suro n
largo number of  our readers have
done likowise.    Our correspondent
ndvocntcs, in brief, a system of earth
closets and wells for the city, instead
of sewerage and water works.   Our
admiration   for  tliis suggestion is
somewhat tempered by n feeling of
sadness when wo reflect upon tho
number  of   misguided  cities that
have squandered vast sums, and continuo to do so, to establish und perfect their water and sewerage systems, when earth closets and wells
could  havo   been maintained for a
"more nothing" and have constituted
n system "superior to any."   Seriously, wo should favor tho suggestion of out* correspondent, if there
was no remote, or immediate prospect
of a proper system of water works
and sewerage for the city. The case
is just  tho reverse, lio wo ver,   We
lmve tlio most unexceptionable prospects for water aud sewerage.   Any
city might well  envy us  in those
respects, and we are certain that the
vast majority of our citizens will be
heartily glad that there is no necessity of resorting permanently to any
such make-shift, for a city of  any
pretonsions and prospects, as wells
and earth closets as a substitute for
water works aud sewerage.    As a
temporary expedient, until our water
and sewerage works are completed,
it would be well, wo believe, to carry
out, to a certain extent, our correspondent's suggestions.   Thero is certainly need for placing the city in u
better   sanitary condition   without
delay, but this necessarily temporary
work  should not be viewed as an
alternative scheme to a proper aud
thorough   system   of water works
and     sewerage.      Wo   give   our
correspondent    every   credit    for
sincerity,   and   would    scorn   to
insinuate that he had   nny   selfish
interest   in    defeating  tho   water
works by-law so soon  to   bo voted
on; but we must say tlmt   he   overlooks and misapprehends  a  great
the adoption of wells and earth
closets as a permanent sanitary
system for the city. Wo shall go
into the subject moro fujly in futui-.
issues.
view of  rainfall, temperature, and
pressure,   but  those circumstances
give all the moro interest to the institution of comparative experiments
on variations duo to altitude.   The
electrical interchanges between the
soil and tho atmosphere can also be
studied   to advantage.    Special arrangements can be mado for avoiding    accidents,    and    results    of
great interest should be obtained.
He recommends also the institution
of a servico of meteorological photography,    A good  series  of photographs would   give   forms,  movements,   modifications,   which    the
clouds and ntmosphorij   conditions
undergo from   sunrise  to   sunset.
Thus a history of  the skies would
be written on a radius not hitherto
dealt with.   Iu physical astronomy
various othor observations might bo
taken, especially in relation to tho
study of telluric spectrum.    M, Eiffel announces that threo laboratories
have   already been arranged on the
tower,    Ono will be devoted to astronomy, and tho second will contain registering apparatus from the
contral bureau of meteorology, and
will bo devoted to physics and meteorology.   MM, Masoarb and Oornu
expect to   draw   great  advantages
from its use in tho study of the ut-
mosphero,   Tho second is reserved
for biology and niicrographie study
of tho uir, to bo  organized   by   M.
Ilcnocque.    M. Cailletet is arranging a great  mercurial manometer,
with   which  he  expects to obtain
pressures as   high   as   400   atmos*
' phcros.    M. DeFouvielle has made
very curious electrical oxperiments
at the summit of tho Eifl'el   tower.
Some, it is considered, will lead to
important considerations of a scientific oharaoter, which   will   bo continued; others aro of a moro practical    character.     The   atmosphere
around tho tower at this elevation ia
freo from all influence of the soil, as
would bo tho case at tho top  of  a
mountain, and tho air is in an extraordinary active state- of electricity.    Tho tower will, it is said, be
tho most perfect conductor of electricity during a storm, and nil within it will lo in a stato of entire immunity   against   all danger   from
lightning*
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Lord Wolseley in a recent lecture
at Oxford on tlio British army made
some political allusions, tlio following  amongst them: "The English
world   at this moment was full of
, faddists, who did not hesitnto to denounce all patriotism, all admiration
for England   and  for renown, who
mourned   in   plaintive   tones that
they should   belong   lo nn empire
■which had been won by the sword,
and which wicked men liko himsolf
(Wolseley) were, if necessary, prepared to defend by tho sword.  Thoy
had political schemers longin™ for
office who would willingly seo°this
United Kingdom torn into piocra if
only Miey should once aaain flourish
in Downing street.  Such men wore,
. however, but tho bubbles floating on
their sea of empire, the flotsanumd
tho jetsam   tu  bo found upon its
shores."   Lord Wolseley was sharply
taken to task by Hr. John Morley, Mr.  Bryoe, and other  Glad-
stoniai)  Liberals, as well as by the
Spectator,  Economist,    \__l   other
Unionist Liberal journals,.   Subsequently tho seoretany, for war announced in the house that his lord
ship had withdrawn the passage just
cited in on apolpgy, which read as
follows: 'fAs   I, find that an interpretation i'i pin upon some expressions contained in a lecture I delivered  at   Oxford  on Saturday last
which   they wero  not intended to
convey I wish io withdraw anything
I said which, can give pain to anyone."
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Tho great Eiffel tower in Paris,
although   decidedly   ornamental as
an artistic and architectural work,
is not merely ornamental, but promises to be useful in a scientific sense.
M. Janssen, of tho Instituto France,
says  tho Scientific American, is of
opinion   that   the Eilfol tower will
have many scientific uses.   Qne of
tho greatest difficulties of meteorological observations is the disturbing
influences of the station of observation itself.   How, for example, it is
asked, can a true deviation of  the
wind   bo observed if a purely local
obstacle causes it todoviato? And
how can a truo temperature of tho
air bo determined by a thermometer
influenced   by radiation  from surrounding objects! Thus tho meteorological elements of great centers of
habitation have ta be taken outsido
those contcrs, and at a certain height
above tho soil.   The tower, since it
rises  to  a great height, and, from
tho nature of its construction, does
not modify in any way the meteorological elements to be observed, will
get over this difficulty,   A height
of 300 yards is, in itself not a negli-
         " " Vofj
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Victoria, May Till, 1881).
OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN TUMI
tlio Annual Examination of can-It.
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In Victoria Legislative Hall..
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Stoves, Ranges,,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTURER OF    •
^TIN&SHEET-IRONVMRE.
CONTRACTS FOR
1 Iron Cornice Work, Gas-fl'tlng,
[       Plumbing, Roofing, tVc
For furthor Information onqulro of
MAJORS PEARSON,
Umy20tc Now Westminster.
Notice to Cannerymen!
THOS. LEVI'S CAN FILLiNQ PROTECTOR
MAY BE OBTAINED ON APPUUA-
tlou to E. 8. M 1)1 tllll A l'i).
Any person or persons found using them
without tht* potent stamp will heprose-
outeu. 'fHOS. LEVI.
Now West., 27th May, 18S9.      dmy27ml
Port Kells
Thia Fino Townsito, at tho Fra-h-Water
Junction of the
13 Mil*"* Above Wrnlnilnslcrt
Has just been .Surveyed, aud tho Lots
arc for sale hy
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J, HILL & COMPANY
Op New Westminstek, B. C.
Pell, Rice Coil-spring iMcLaughlan
mm ~*kj ma ma m ms
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
tOW The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.1^
awa„-,c    jO-oi-tl eSe OTJirrrrie.
*** '■ *__%__%
^*-»-*if.'~~*!.
'Toronto' Mowers
Maxwell Mowers
The Little Maxwell
Steel Frame Binders.
MI.A.OB:ZIsrEB,"y.
F.C. Strickland & Co.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Planet, jr., Warden Tools,
Lawn Mowers, &c.. Ac.
Tiger   Rake.
Sharp's Do.
Maxwell Do.
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES & RANGES t
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.1
Intending Buyers should make a, note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
Granville & Water Sis.. Van ouver
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HAHDWARB MEKCIIANTS.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
indry and Machine Shop
Front St., New Westminster, B. C
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A<;r.U l LTTISAL & AM, KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.—All ordors from tlio upper country promptly attended to.
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Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, New Westminster.
T
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS & all kinflsof Woolen Roodi
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
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Douglas & Deighton,
MANUFACTURERS AHD IMPORTERS OF
Tho advantages and prospects of this
Plot for a future thriving Town aro
many.
Tho Land in the vicinity is good.
Thoro aro inoxhaustlhlo IRON ORE
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, immediately adjacent, as well as vast strata of
the finest BUILDING SAND and POT-
TBttY OLAY.
On tbo Townsite nre a number of valuable MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication by land and water is
unequalled, by reason of the location of
the Townsite on the Fraser River and
the Southern Railway, while the natural
elevation and lay of tho land con not bo
excelled as a situation for a fine town.
The ground is open and clear of heavy
timber.
The sito has been selected as one of
tho most Important stations on tho
.Southern Railway, and with the com*
plotion of tho road, in the near futuro,
must, with all its other advantages,
Bprlng into prominence at once.
Thoso who apply early will havo tho
pick ot tho Lots.
A clear tltlo given with every purchase
Parties wishing Lots can apply as well,
•on tho premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
dmyOts Vaonmet,
BRITISH COLUMBIA MT MARKET,
Columbia Btreet, New Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURQH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PURVEYORS IN GENERAL.    FRESH AND CORNED
HEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
taTSpceial lines quoted for tho. shipping trade.   Family orders strictly attended
to.   Hotels will find it to thoir interest to place tholr ordors with the above firm.
d28noly
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Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBACH,
BUOOESSORS TO W. to. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hums, Bacon, Sausage, Bolognas, Etc.
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Tnn Columbian Fmntino Estadlisiihsiit has first-class facilities for
all kinds of Commercial Printing. Bill deads. Letter Headi, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of every description, Posters, Dodgers,
Prioe Lists, tto. Prices will bs found as low as at any other office where
first-class vork is done.
HARNESS SADDLES and BRIDLES
"WECIDPS,
SADDLEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, B. C.
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS.   ALL WORK OF THE BEST MATERIAL AND
WORKMANSHIP.   PRICES LOW.
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ig Ms Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
MANUFACTURER*} AKD DEALERS IN
Al Kinds of Bill ami Dressed Lite
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
AND  -A.X.X,  SlXrSS  0*S*
Wood Furnishing; for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows!
Mouldings. Balusters.
Blinds. Brackets,
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
uolMwlr
A
mm CONTENT.
In lili garden ho wandered about nil day,
And watched theflowors about him blow;
His hcurt wns as light as tho heart of a jay,
For only white clouds did his vision know.
Ho trimmed his roses and road his book,
And sun-,' in his bower of breeze alio scent
To iho birds, 113 I1I3 llH**crlu|* stops lie took:
" God pity the man who's not content!'*
His neighbor to cemtnerco was strongly wod;
Ho would talk of nothing nt all but trado;
Though weary at night whon ho laid his hoad
On tbo pillow, for morning he achod and
prayed.
Ho was busier far than tho " busy bee,"
As. for millions and millions of gold ho tried,'
And ho sang, in bis restless activity:
"God pity tho man who's satisfied 1"
Thoy both aro gone, andthey'ro both forgot—
The happy dreamer, the man of trade.
Each ono was satisfied with his lot,
And each at tho other's content dismayed.
And I fancy I still hear tholr voices blent
Como in through tho window, open wido:
" God pity tho man who'B not content!"
"God pity tho man who's satisfied 1"
-It, K. Munklttrich, in Harper's Weekly.
HIS WIFE'S LETTEM
Has tbe Average Husband a Bight
to Open Thom?
WS
A tody   Writer   Emphatically Prolosts
Against a Heccnt Decision by a Fronch
Court-Tim Whole Quo--tlon In
a Nut-Shall.
A fow months ago, wo all remember it, a
letter Intended exclusively for tho oyes of
nuulumo fell Into tho hands of monsieur,
and presto I a scandal inhitrb nf.-, a court
scone, a divorce, and madamo Is left to tho
perusal of hor billet doux. At that timo tho
questiont" Cau a man opon his wifo-a lot-
Ion* t" was first raised, and ovor thoro in
Franco tho court nmnvorcd tlio question in
tho ufilnnutive, and now tho wifo who enjoys tbo privilege of breuklug tho seals
of hor letters does so through tho courtesy
of her husband. Truly, "this is a pretty
how d'yo do."
Happily, America is a law unto herself,
observes a woman writer in tho Baltlmoro
American, and, so far as wo are concorned,
the question remains unanswered.  Thero
is not tho slightest doubt In my own mihd
that if it woro put to our courts thoy would
follow tho precedent 3et them in Franco,
und declare Hint a man has tho legal right
to open Ins wife's letters, but not vice versa.
"Why!   Simply becauso tho judges arc men,
uud wo all know that ovory law which is to
decide botween a man and his wife goes in
favor of tho man, because men are the lawmakers.  Now, in tho particular case of
monsieur and madame, cited above, there
was a plausible oxcuso for tho husband
opening hor lotters,- which proved his suspicions well founded; but as American
wives do not becomo entangled in  the
' affairs for which tho gay Parisian dames
' are famous, thero is no reason why n mau
should not investigate his wife's correspondence.   Indeed, if cither should havo
j surveillance ovor tho othor it should bo the
j wifo ovor tho husband, for sho would bo
sure to discover many more cscapados than
would ho.  Putting aside all such .motives
■t ns those influencing  monsieur, I claim that
J to open his wife's letters is not tho right of
) any man, aud n desire ou his part to do so
1 implies distrust and suspicion of his wifo.
[   The idea of a woman boing treated ih her
I own homo, and by hor own husband, as
[ though sho woro a romantic school-girl, to
1 bo watched by n vigilant muster, and to
j have her letters intercepted by him, who
f may not givo thom to hor at all if it should
I best pleaso hlm not to do so I   It is an insult
\ to a wifo to bo so treated, and any womuu
\ of spirit would resent it.
Yot thero are no doubt mon in our own
j city ovon who consider it their prerogative
I toopen nud rend their wives' letter-*, but
I wonld ratso tho roof if their wives should
j return tho coinplimont.  I havo never met
I one of this kind mid I hope 1 nover will, but
II am sure such exist.
Btieh " superior lights" of husbands lead
I us to sermonize u little.
What an unequal partnership is mntri-
I moiiy after all; both parties mako tho same
I promises at tho altar, yot only ono is ox-
I peeled to kcop them, and that tho weaker
I member. Most mon seem to think that
I their wives should liavo no opinions, frionds
fi or iutcrostfl other than theirs. Now, it i3 all
I folly to supposo Unit because n woman mnr-
| rics sho must glvo up her individuality, her
1 opinions and hor correspondence. .Sho la
Jstlll a responsible being in Uio oyes of Ood
land her follow-orcaturos, strange as it may
Isocm. Sho still hus a mind uud a heart-*
|no- uot a heart—that sho gives to her hus-
j>buud, or Is supposed to; and, by the wny,
Ishe does not promiso bim nny thing, while
■ho bestows nil his worldly goods upon her,
.* which, of course, must include his letters,
8 whilo in reality he takes hers and lecops his
I own.
Charleo Dudley Warner, lu replying to
[tho question: "Can a man opon his wife's
flottorsi" said that it would depend upon
■ what kind of u»husbnnd ho is. I think it
Iwould bo noaror right to say it would do-
Spend upon what Icind of a wifo she Is.
B" Discretion is the better part of valor," ns
.'muuy 11 husband would learn If he mado so
■ bold as to opon his wifo's letters.
3 Thoro is scarcely a wifo who does not
Btalto her husband sufficiently into hereon-
Ifidence to tell him who her letters are from
sand to rond tbem to him, or, perhaps, lot
Rliim road them himself; but this is a vory
■ different ranltor from having them first
■ opened, read and passed upon by ono for
iwhom thoy woro not lutoudod. Of courso,
I many women receivo letters that novor
jjti-oacli tho oyes of thoir lifo partners, not
I because thoy contain aught that would not
I bear the light of day, not bocauso the wifo
f&is afraid or ashamed to show them, but
ft simply becauso thoy contain things that aro
K none of his affair. How ofton tho homo let-
I tors are writton only for daughters'or Bls-
Jtora'oycs! Uow much of tho family cares
Beau bo told her thut would bo proudly with-
Bhold from son-in-law or brother-in-law I
I Then, there arc tho letters from dear, in-
jUmulo girl frlendB, who pour out tho so*
I"erot3 nr thou* heart upou paper for tho sym*
Jpathy and entertainment of sweot Mrs.
f Jones, but nut for tho eyes of sarcastic Mr.
(Jones. A vory laughablo but sonslblo
[ reason for a wife withholding hor letters
[fromhor husband was givon by a con*
[ temporary not long sinco.
' Sho said; "Thoso letters contain tho confessions of another soul, tho confidences of
[ iiiioUior mind, thnt would bo rudely treated
j if given any sort of publicity. And while
\ husband and wife aro ono to oach othor,
[ thoy uro two hi tho oyes of othor poople, aud
it may well happen that a friend will do.*iro
My Yards are opon for inspection,
awnibfilc
THE WESTMINSTER
PoultryYards
JOHN S. COX, Prop.
Light llrnliram,
Partridge Coolihlm,
Plymouth llocki,
WhlteftoceDl'k Spanish
White Crcited, Blaok   and Golden
Poland ■•
Hondansi     Sllver-pMsclllt-t   Ham*
burgs.
Black,Red and Pitt flame*1.
'■ lo Import something to a discreet woman (p'onlonie Geese,    Houen Dnoks.
} which sho would not intrust to tho babbling
I huubaiid of that woman;"
That's tho wholo thing in a nutshell. Bo
ivo seo that a woman of honor may koop hor
\ coi'i'capohdonoa from her '-bettor half"
. without In anyway reflecting discredit on
> herself.  Ab some ono has truly Bald: "Tho
1 fli'inii of a letter Is gono If road second
\ burnt, tho aroma escapes whon opened by
I another." Half of tho pleosuro Is tho eager
' cxpectanoy felt whito breaking tho seat.
1 Imagine how ono must feel whilo waiting
for hor letter to bo road slowly and deliberately and thon earolosBly or angrily toBspd
to her; I should think sho would rnthor put
them in tho firo than rond thorn then. Borne
women would.
No. W lie ther tho French think so or not,
a husband has no moro right to open his
wifo's letters tbon hiisthc greatest stranger,
1 nnd it Is just as flagrant n breach of honor
for hlm to usurp the authority 113 It would
be for a visitor In his houso to do so. And I
would liko very much to kuow on what ho
1 bases his right to do It othor than his wifo's
permission.
Her Busy Day.
Tlioro is a charitable Institution In Boston,
['and ouch day ono lady connected wlththo
management haB to takochargo of a depart-
nt of it. Ono young My had aolceiod
1 Wednesday m hor dny, and tho first week
alii' wm to commouco her round or duties
nnotlier lady received from tho president a
Utile nolo: "Dear Mrs.—, can you take
chargo on Wednesday! It was arranged
that Miss — was to bo hero, but Bho forgot
that it was tne day ibo wob to bo married,
Streets and Pik Debenture By-ftw.
A By-Law to raise bi onu the
sum of $83,000 for! -cot and
Park Improvement
HEREAS ]T IS B'EDIENT
that tlie council of tht ty of Now
WcstiniitBtcr should provide r the improvement of certain streets said city,
and of Queen's Park.
And wheiubas it will be 1 euuary, in
order to effect said improver its, to is*
Biie debentures of the Baid ci for a Bum
of money not exceeding £85,' I.
Anjj wherbap for the pay mt of interest and creating a finikin fund for
payment of said debenture*: t will be
necessary to raise tho sum ol 55,950 annually by speoial rate iu eac rear,
And wheheas tlie amount the whole
rateable property of tho Baid y, according to tlie last revised assess mt roll, is
tho simi of §2,040,24.3.
And wiiKHEAa the total ai uut of tlio
existing debt of the said city $165,500,
irrespective of the sum of §'J 1,000 proposed to be borrowed under ithority of
tho Wator Works Dobentu: By-Law,
whioh by-law is to be submit d to a voto
of tho clootors of the city ncurrently
with this by-law,
Asd whereas, for tlio pm oso of rais-
ing the said yearly sum of §.' )50 aa annual special rate of 2 2-fith 11 lis in the
dollar will be required. 1
Tilekki-oiik, the Mayor and Aldermen
of thu cily of New WestminsteMu council assembled, enact a» follows: \
1, It shall I"-- mwful for the Aayor of
tho Bold **">' to ralso hy way br lean
from tiny person or ]>ei,Hoi"'iJg-,y or
bodies corporate, wi.« ...<*j- ho wK-.i,-Kto
ndvaiicotlio mime upon tho (reditu the
debentures hereinafter mentioned a Hum
of money not exceeding lu tho wholo tht
sum of 885.000.
2. Itshall be lawful forthe said mayor
to cause any number of debentures to bo
mado for such sums of money as may le
required, but uot for Iobb than SloOciich,
suoh dobontures to he sealed with tho
seal of the corporation, sinned hy the
mayor and countersigned by the treasurer of tho said oity.
1), The said dehi-ntures shnll he made
payable in Ilfly years nt furthest from the
day on which this by-luw takes effect,
olther in sterling money of Groat Britain
or In curroncy of this province or the
--onnlrr wheie the same may respectively
be made payable, which may be In any
Elaco or pliiec** authorized by law as may
e agreed upon between tho purchaser or
purchasers thereof and the mayor, and
tho Mild debenture1* shall have attached
to them coupons for the payment of interest.
4, The said debentures shall bear interest at the rato of llvo per centum per minimi from the date thereof,which Interest
shall im payable half-yearly on tho first
days of January nnd July lu each and
every yenr.
5. For llie purpose of forming a sinking
fund for the payment of-the said debentures nnd the Interest thereon an equal
annual special rate of 2 nnd 2-Oth mills ln
tlioilollarshall ho levied und collected,
ln addition to all other rates, In each yoar
upon all tho rateable property 111 the said
city during the currency of the said debentures or any of them.
(I, All moneys arising from the snld rate
beyond tho amount required for lhe payment of Interest upou the said debentures
niuv ho Invested in each year an the council of the said corporation may direct, for
the purposo of creating a stuklng fund for
tlio redemption of the said debentures ns
they respectively becomo duo, without
prejudice to any of tho powers conferred
upon the said council by tbo act of Incorporation.
7. Tho procceils of the debentures Issued
and sold under authority of this by-law
shall bo implied to improvements on
Queen's Park nml the streets hereinafter
mentioned, and, aa nearly in tho proportion following as may to tho said council
Seem expedient, that. Is to sny: Queen's
Park,SIMM; Columbln, Btrcot.sl-OOO; Provost, Dallas and Carnarvon streets, 82,500;
Agnes slreet, 82,500; Royal avenue, $1,000;
Queen's avonuo, 83,000; Pelham street,
W-EOO; Montr al street, 83.000; Melbourne
street, 82,500; Leopold Pluce, S500; Park
Lane, 81,500; Clinton street, 82,000; Ht. Patrick streot, 81,000; Olomcnt street, $3,000;
St. George street, $1,000; Mary street,8!,000;
ftt. John streot, $1,000; Douglas street,
(5,000; Halifax street, 8760; st. Andrew's
ami Blllce Btreets, 83,OOJ; Fort cMine-d reel..
f2,700; Edinburgh Btreet, $2,.f»00; London
streot.$1,000; lllacklestreet,$500} Merivalo
street. Sooo; Blackwood street, 8500; Mc-
Ken-tlo street, extending and making,
87-500; streets In Bt. Andrew's square, $1,500;
St. Georges square, S500; St. Patrick's
squaro, $1,000; sidewalks and general
Btreet repairs, "8,050; provided that outuf
tho said sum of 815,000 set- apart for
tlio Improvement of Queen's Parlt there
shall ho paid Into the oity treasury to tbo
credit of the general account the sum of
£.!,00.i, being tho amount already expended
outof the genoral rovenuo for Pork Improvements; provided nlso that If the requirements of nny of Iho streets above
men Hon ed Bhould bo found to holes'* 01-
greater than the sum apportioned to si, hi
street, the said sum maybe Increased or
iiimin 1 Hum as Ju the elrcumstanues may
seem to tho council expedient, ami tho
surplus. If uny, remaining outof ihoai>*
piopiiatlons above sot out, after said
Btreets huvo heeu completed, may ho applied to other works of permanent Improvement not. specified herein, at tho
tiiscivt lou of the council.
9. This by-law shall take ctn-ct and
como tnto force on the 17th dny of June,
A. I)., 1880.
0. This by-law, beforo tlio final passing
thereof,f-ball receivo lhe nssent of tlie
electors of Iho city In tbo manner provided by the New westminstor Act, 1888,
and amending Kots,
10. This by-law may bo cited ns tho
Htreet and Park Improvement Debenture
By-Law, 1889.
By-law ii-iiil a lir.d time on the Oth day
of May '"""
By-la
May, 1889,
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE
is a truo copy of thu proposed Bylaw whioh will be taken Into consideration by the Municipal Council of the
City of New WestminBter after one
month troin tho first publication thereof
in tho British Columbian newspaper,
which publication took place on the 15th
day of May, 1880, and that n vote of
tlio electors of tho city wilt bo taken on
said proposed By-law at the New City
Hall, Market Square, in said oity on the
1 :tih day of June, 1880* botween
the hours of 0 o'clock am. and 0 o'clock
p.m. D. ROBSON,
City Clerk.
0. E. WOODS
Land Surveyor.
A. C, GAMBLE
Notmv Public.
Wools, Timw & OuUo
LAND SURVEYORS,
ijiiuitrauwii
AND CONVEYANCERS.
PIHB.-TI10 Western of Toronlo.Tho JKt*
nn, The City of London, nnd The Hartford.
11 FE.-The Now York Life Insurnnco Oo.
ACCIDBNT-Tho Travellers'of Hartford
Lnnd Surveying lu all Its brunches ne*
ourafelynmt promptly carried out,
eity and Bubnrban Lands for Bale.
Wn can show a complete list of desirable
localities,
FarmingLuntli- Improved and milm*
provo'i, throughout tho district.
Mining nnd other Stock bought nud
said.
Honey to Loan on first mortgago-it
low rates.
TKi.Ki-nosK Cam, No. 33.
P. O. PllAWRrt W.
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE,
Ornoi, Elimo'i Blook,   •   Columiia Strut
NEW WESTMINSTER,
drahHt-a
Water Works Debenture By-Law.
A By-law to provide for tlie
issue of Water Works Debentures.
WHEHEAS BY THE "NEW
Westminster Aet, 1888," an act
of the legislature of Dritish Columbia,
passed in tho fifty-first year of the reign
of Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, and
chaptered forty-two relating to the corporation of the City of New Westminster, it is among other things provided
that the council of the corporation of
tlio said eity may, sabject to tho provisions of tho said act, pass by-laws for
constructing waterworks, and providing
for tlie expenditure thereof.
Ani* Whereas it is expedient that
the council should provide for tho construction of water works for tho supplying of water to the inhabitants of
the said city.
And Wheheas, in order to carry iuto
effect the aaid proposed construction, it
will be necessary to Issue debentures of
the said corporation for a Bum of money
not exceeding two hundred thousand
dollars.
And Whereas, for the payment of
the said debentures, sinking fund and
interest, It will require tho sum of
$14,000 to be raised annually by special
rato in each year.
And Whereas the amount of the
wholo rateable property of tho said city
according to the last revised assessment
roll is tho sum of g*2,rii0,243.
And Whereas the total amount of
Iho existing debt of tho city is the sum
Ot $inO,OUU, IrrespootUta uf bhe oum of
§80,000 pioposed to ha borrowed  uiulei
authority of the Streets and Park Improvement Debenture By-law, whieh
bylaw h to be submitted to a vote of
tho electors of the city concurrently
with thtB by-law.
Therefore, the corporation of tho
City of Kew Westminster enacts as
follows t—-
1, Itshall bo lawful for the mayor to
raise by way of loan from any person or
persons, body or bodies corporate, who
may bo willing tondvanee the same upon
the credit of ihe debentures hereinafter
mentioned, a sum of money notexceedlng
ln tho whole the sum of two hundred
thousand doi Inn*,
2. It Bhall bo inwfnl for the mayor to
cause any number of debentures to be
made for such sums of money as may be
required, but not for less than one liundi ed
dollars each, such debentures lo ho seulod
with tho seal of the corporation, and
signed hy the mayor and counter-signed
by the treasurer thereof.
*). Thesaid debentures shall he niadi;
payablo In fifty yoars at furtlmit from the
day on which this by-law lakes effect,
either In sterling money of Ureal Britain,
or In the currency of this province, or tho
country where tho same may respectively
be made pavalde, which may be lu any
ptaeo or places authorized by the said aot
as may bo agreed upon between tho purchaser or purchasers thereof, and the
muyoiyiml the snld debentures shall have
attached to them coupons for tho payment of Interest.
-1, Tho Raid debentures shall bear interest at tho rato of five per centum por
annum from tho date thereof, whleh Interest shall be payablo half yearly on the
first days of January and July lu each
and evory year.
6. Forthe purpo eof form Ing n sinking
fund for tho payment of tbe said debentures and the intorest thereon an.equal
anmin 1 special rate of &% mills in thu doi lur
shall ho levied and collected ln addition
to all other rates In each year upon all the
rateable property In the said city during
tbe currency of tliu said dobontures or any
of them.
0. All monies nrislng from the aaid rate
beyond tho amount required for the payment of interest upon the suid debentures
may be Invested In each your its the council of the snld corporation may direct-for
tho purpose of creating a sinking fund far
the redemption of thesaid debenture as
they respectively becomo duo, without
prejudice to any of tho powojs conferred
upon the snld council by tho said aot.
7. This bylaw shall take effect on tho
17th day of June In the yenr of Our Lord
one thousand eight hundred aod eighty-
nine,
8. This by-law, before the final passing
thereof, shall receive the nssent of the
electors of the oity in the manner provided by the New Westminster Act, IbSS, and
amending acts.
tl. This by-law mny lio cited as the
\\ uler Works Debenture By-Law, 1830.
By-law rend a flrsttlme on the Uth day
ot March, 1880.
By-law rend a second time on tho Uth
day of Maroh, 1880.
nroTioa.
rpAKB NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE
_L is a truo copy of the proposed Bylaw which will bu taken into consideration by tho Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster nfter one mouth from
tho first publication thereof in tha British Columiuan newspaper, wliiuli first
publication took place on the loth day
of May, 1SS0, and tbat a voto of the
Electors of the City will be taken ou said
5reposed By-law at the New City Hall,
larkct Square, in said city, on the I'Mil
day Of Jlllie, 1880,  between the
hours of 0 o'clock a.m. und 5 o'clock p.m.
D.  ROBSON.
City Clerk.
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
(SAWMILL OWNEIIS, LOGGERS, nml
O others aro uotifletl tlmt our steel
Tug-boo.*,
"TBPIO,"
Will bo really for work nbout llio 14th Inst,
mul we aro nrepnnul to enter Into contracts for oil kinds of towing, llghter-
lng, Ac.
KVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS.
(lmySto Vancouver, B. C.
[Removed fiom 8ukioh to ViotorisI
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,
dmlisOmO VICTORIA, D. O.
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 1858.
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturer.* of All Kinds of       '
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment   to Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, the Dominion Government, Ao.
Medal and Diploma awarded nt the Colonial and ludlanKxhlhllion, I-on*
don, 1886.
KAOTORY-NlagnrASt,, James Briy.
OFFICES-57 Port Bt,, Victoria, 11. U.
dtmtotf	
Asylum for the Insane
mENDERS, ENDORBEO "LtTNATIC
I Asylum," for Iho supply of groceries,
clothing, meat, vegetables, fto., for tho nso
of the abovo Asylum, New Wostmlnster,
from the 1st July next to the froth June,
IKK), will bo received by this Department,
at victoria, until noon on Tuesday the
IBth Instant. Llstsof thearilclei required
«-n bo seen at the I'rovliiclsl Secretary's
Oflice, Victoria, and nt the Asylum, Now
WestminBter, at which latter place sum-
plos cun nlso bo inspected,
All supplies to ho delivered at tho Aiy*
him without extra charge, Brsurlty for
the due performance of tho contract will
bo requh-odjin each case.
By Command,
jno. RonaoN,
Provincial Secretary.
Provlnolal Secretary's Offlce,
1st June, im, djeStd
W. O. LOYE,
Fashionable Bout ud Shoe Hiker,
Repairing Neatly Done.   Cork 8oJ«
Work a Specialty.
•rordctrs promptly attended to.
ClHrkr.ni-  St., in rear nf Colonial Ho*
lei, next to Itand Bros,'offloe.  driclt*
DRESS MAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(Late of England)
Coruor of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
iVSatlsfnctlon guaranteed.     dwfu7tc
Dress-Making I
Misses mcdougall
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
ttr Satlslaotlon guaranteed.       dapisto
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
wo have applied to the Mlnlsterof
tho Interior for a license to cut and carry
away limber on nud from the following
lamlsi-TheN.W. quarter of Sootlon 871
tw-nty-sevon, the wost half of Section [Ml
thirty-three, ln Township [21 two; and
section [801 thirty, 111 Block ftp Ave north,
Haiigfl ono west; all lu New Westminster
"ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
[Ltmttedl.
PorW. A. DUNCAN.
WOW WOBt., MUJ* 23,1600. -.lilt jUGftil
VANCOUVER CITY
FoundryqMachineWorks
riTHlfl PROPRIETORS OF THESIS
1 works have much plensure In notifying tholr friends and the public that they
are now prepared to receivo and promptly
execute any orders for work ln thBlr line
with which thoy may bo favored.
A.DIcKELVIE,
Mechanicnl Manager,
Vancouver, B.C., Sth May, 1888.
dwmyiate	
MJisW-kss
FRESH CALIFORNIA AHD LOCAL
Fits Replies
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE,
ilje'lto
THE TIIOnoUOH-mtED STOKE-POOIS
JERSEY HULL,
"Governor Moody"
Will stand for sorvico tbls season nt Pelham Dairy, New WestminBter, where tho
beautiful net of this superb animal can bo
seen and Inspected.
A few calves for salo.  Terms reasonable
T. CUNNINGHAM.
RAT.ru Booth, . Proprietor.
Manugor, iliuj-J'to
Corbett & Kennedy,
H.VNtTFACTUniSItS   OP
TIN-eOPPEBfe SHEET-IRON
-W Jl H 10.
WUKSiaVi. BLOCK (Ur-HTAUtS),
Frost Strklt,       New Wehtmi xstrr,
HAVING JUST OPENED IN THE
nbove line, we respectfully solicit a
share of the trado, antl trust by careful
attention to orders and moderate chnr**OH
to merit the same. Experienced workmen; satisfaction guaranteed.
Estl mates fnrnf shed for Galvanized lion
Cornice, Roofing, l'l um hi up, Gas-fitting,
Steam und Hot Water Healing, Ae.
itr Entrance to premises on Mary St.,
in rear of Bank of B. C. dwwhDtu
TO SMOKERS.
IF YOU WANT TO. 1SNJOY A GOOD
CIGAK. ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
»™. MAINLAND.
(BTThey aro not only made of tho
Choicest TolmCCO but they are of
Home MnnilfltCtlirCf and should bo
patronized by all good citizens,
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HOLMlOOK HUILDINQ,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwUnoly
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO	
A WEll-SELECTID STOCK OF
DRY GOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
HINDBOHM'3 I1I.OCK,
ColuuiM- Street,       Sew Hr-sliiilnstrr.
nold'vly   	
North British anil
Mercantile
FIBE
mm
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Capital,   ■   $14,600,000.00
OF  LONDON.
Capltfll,     ■ $0,733,000.00
BATEH AR   LOW   AH   ANY OTHEB
COMPANIES DOINU BUSINESS
IN HIIITISH COLUMBIA.
T. O. T^QTTES
Agent ior Now Westminster City
.nil District. djo2ito
Wanted, Short-hand Pupils,
fR T. IL DUNCAN WISHES TO IN-
. form the Public of NewWestminster
M1  .......
that he Ih now prepared to give lc-sonn ln
Nhoivhund In tbo latest anil h nl systems.
A complete course -*uiii'iuit*-('d In three
months.
Violin iilxo tintiiln. The lei-chin-,- of
ehllil no on this Instrument a specially.
Address, Drawer O, City, t<ew Westminster, daplOtc
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
New Westminster Suburban Let No. 15,
Block X.
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Title to tho above mentioned Lot
will be Issued to Henry Elliott on tbe 10th
dny of June, 1689, unless In the meantime
a valid objection thereto he made to tbo
undersigned, ln writing, by somo person
claiming an estate or interest ln said Lot
or some part, thereof.
Hi W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar,
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, 7th Mnrch, 1B89.
mh7d3m
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
OAHTBR'S
Temple of Music I
Is tho Placo to Buy First-Class
PIANOS ^D ORGANS
AlMi.-b Prices and Terms ns will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer,
For price.-) and terms, apply to CAR*
TNIl'S TEMPLI'- OF MUSIC.
Vancouver, It. i\
2i» lliu'Uii!*-- ftt. West. dnplOtc
SAASICH ILLS!
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANUJ-'AOTUltEIlS OP
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
%_T ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
Mills at Norlh s-uiBlih.
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE! Ylclnrla.
dmliHOmS
I.
ai_-
330.332 CORDOVA STREET,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers and Dealers In
MACHINERY
OF ALL DKSCRITJOKS.
MARINE WOrTa SPECIALTY.
dwde20to
Canadian Pacifio Railway,
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MASTERS OF VES-
selHiind othor Craft navigating the
rruser River aro cautioned to keen within
the Buovb painted Red and White, respectively, at the Mlsslmi Bridge, as during the construct lon of the Bridge, navigation between the banks of the Blver
and tho Buoys Is dangerous, owing to piles
being driven thoro.
IL ABBOTT,
General Superintendent.
Vancouvor, B. C„7th May, 1880.  tlmySle
Dominion Lands.
IV YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
Grazing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from tbe Dominion Govern*
ment,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay In |303EC>X*E*  and nave a
large discount.
flerip cun bo obtained in large or small
quantities from
ALL0WAY A CHAMPION
WINNIPEG,   MANITQBA,
OB FROM
Till. BANKOF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER
dwmhfltc      	
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
*, carl j- Opposite the Colonial Hotol.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THB LARGEST AND   CHOICKST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam*
(Ilea, Restaurants, and Steamboat* at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE THICKS.
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
22nd May, 183ft.
WHEREAS THB LIEUTENANT-
Uovornor In Council Is empowered,
undor the "Public School Act," (Octcite
School Districts. In addition lo those nl-
irmly existing, nnd to define tho boutid-
inIes thereof, nnd from timo to time to
a It*-r the boundaries of existing Districts:
It is hereby notified lhat Ills Honour hns
been pleased to crentc tbo tract of land
oncloied within tho undor-menttoned
boundaries a School District, undor the
(Hie of tho "Hntzlc school OiBtrlol,»vl**.:
Commenelng nt the south-went corner
of Section 11, Township 18, Now Wostminstor District; thence duo north to tho
iiurthern boundary of snid Township;
theneo due enst two miles; thence ln a
direct Hue south to lhe south east cm ner
of Section 12; thenco duo west to tho point
of commencement.
Also, that His Honour hns beon plowed
to alter and ro-deflno tho boundaries of
"Burton Pratrlo School Dlstrlot," as follows:
Commencing at lhe point In which tho
lino between Sect inns 22 and 2,1, Township
17, New Westminster District, Intersects
tho right bank of Frasor River; thonce duo
north to tbo First Correction Line, being
tho north-west cornor of Section 86. Township 17; thenoo oast along tbe satd Corruption Lino to tho south-west corner of
Section 2, Township 18; thonco due north
totho north-west cornor of said Section;
tlionco trim east for a distance of six
miles; thonco truo south for a distance of
three miles to tho south west corner of
Section 2, Township 21; thenco due west
along tbo First Correction Lino for a
distance of soven chnlnsalxty-throoltnks-
moro or less, to the north-west corner of
seotion .15, Township 20; thenco duo south
four miles; thenoo duo wost six miles, to
tho south-west corner of Section 14,Township 17; thenco duo north, crossing tho
Fraser Rlvor, to tho point of commencement. By Command.
Jun8wJ
u< mini it uu,
llio. BoamiN,
I'rovlnol.l soorctnr)'.
CIVIC NOTICE.
PERSONS INTENDING TO ERECT
Building or Fences within tbe City
limits will be furnished wlih proper slreet
lines on nppllcation to the i uniicll, or to
the Board of Works. Applications must
bo in writing,
J. G. JAQUES.
Chairman Board of Works.
Now West., May 8,1889. dmySnil
NC3TIOB
S HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE
applied to the Bon. tho Minister of
Lands and Works for a license to cut und
IS HI
remove Umber from tho following described lands situated on Deep Cove of
Nortii Arm of Burrard Inlet, in Group I,
New Westminster District:
Commencing at a post set '20 chains west
from Deep Cove, west 140chains, thenee
north 85 chains, thence east US chains,
thence south EG chains, thenco north-cast
USJ4 deg., 15.50 chains, thenco south -iti
chains to point of commencement.
W. H. HIGGINS.
New West,, B. C, 10th May, IB8U.     dml
•JSTOTIOB
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL COM-
munlentlons tn   respect  to  mutters
affecting the Department of Indian Affairs, should bouddressed to the Honorable E. Dewdney as Supcrlntont General
of Indian Affairs-and not as Mlnlsterof
tho Interior, or to the undersigned. All
Officers of the Department should address
their official letters to the undersigned.
L  VANKOUGHNET,
Deputy Superintendent-General
of Indian Affairs.
Department of Indian Affairs,
Ottawa, Ilth May, 1880.     dmy23tlS
Plants for Sale!
'i
In Great Vakietv- Xkcluding,
GEBANIDMS. Double and Single; FtT-
CHIAS, all new varieties; HOSES,
Double PETUNIAS, MOON-FLOWERS:
a fine collection of DAHLIAS (named
varieties) ANNUALS, 25 cts. per doz.
Mixed BEDDING PLANTS,«1 50 per doi*.
I offer 10 Plants for SI, including 1 Storm
King Fuchln. Bouquets. Wreaths nnd
Crosses made to order. Fruit, Vegetables
nnd Flowers at Store, next Oity Hotel, Columbia St. Orders by mail promptly attended to      IdwupnylJ      |\ LATHAM.
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
ftkiGm Dealer!
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
*3T Highest Price paid for Furs and
Deer Hides,
Correspondence Invited. n*t.Telo|>liono
Call No. S. iljuuic
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot op Douglas street, Near
Columbia Street.
J. FERGVSON, PROPRIETOR
P1
[RESH   BREAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
Confootlonery, etc., eto.
Hotol and Restaurant trade solicited.
All' orders  promptly nt tended to ond
delivered to any part of the city.  duiluWy
B. C. Monumental Works
Cds. Columbia jsd Chii-m Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
lloiMtsi Headstones, Tablets, Etc.,
In Marblo or Graullo of Best Quality.
CORNER    POSTS     AND    CUBBING.
N. B,—Just received—the finest nssort-
ini'iit of S.sitoli tiratttle Itlnuumrnls ever
seen n British Columbia, which will be
sold at prlcos putting competition out of
llio question.
dwmhSiyl AUX HAMILTON- PROP.
TIME    CARD.
o. p. ar. oo.
The Fine First-class
Str. William Irving
Will Leave the O. P. N. Co.'s Whnrf,
ffl'VIII-BTr
Tuesday.Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHAOK MID WAY POUTS.
Reluming Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufficient Inducement offers sho
will proceed to ROPE nnd ou such
occasions will leave her wharf
at4 a. m.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T. L. BRIQG8, Agent,
New Westminster. dapSto
Time Table!
THE STEAMER
[ROBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER every Monday morning at 7 o'clock for Nnnaimo, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
Leaves Wostminstor evory Wcdncsdny
nt 7 a. in. for Nnnatmo direct,. onnectlng
with Islnnd rnllway and Cmuox steamer.
Leaves Nannlmo for Vancouver on
Thursilnysniid Fridays and returns samo
days.
Loaves Nanaimo on Saturday nl 7 a. li.
for Westminster direct.
For freight or passage apply on boani,
or to T. L, Billons, C. P. N. whnrf.     dto
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER VOn SALE:
China Rice-
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR rOUI.TRY, 4c.
Rice Meal,
FOR OATTLE FEED.
dmhWme
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT A SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
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.
SSir REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwtc SI  Csl-a.SQ.-bla Street.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNPBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
*DEALE*S   X-fcT
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly fm Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Ooods, (ii-ocerlcs,   Boots A Shoes, Hats A Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, Ae.
MIIIS"8     «fc     BOYS-      StTITS.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS,  POTATOES, LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
N. B.—Farm Produce bought at market rates or Bold on oommlsslon.  a**L0rde»
from the Inierlor promptly attended to. 	
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
UND & IMESTMENT AGENCY, Ld.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE,* IS Serjeants Inn Fleet St. -LONDON, ENG.
The Business of ALLSOP k MASON lias been merged in tho above Company
and will bo carried on by the Company from this date as a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agemy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Im Ratea. -Town Lota and Fanning
Lands for Sale on easy terms.
Viotoria R C, May Uth, 1687. dwje7tc
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"Ou--,rUlsBoircllsd.p*-dto-lill<lnnth.t I CMMri. tuns Oolle, a-MMl-sti™,
Iro»mmendltMs.i*-»*iortoM>*'p-t--rl*>Uoii I Boio* BtpiMcfcJ-lurk-ss, *_*"£*______ ..
mS&Oi*^Bt,Br-»Urn,H.Y.   I WIlEn ■< Injurious oodlcutoa.
Tnr. Cgmiob Cohpa-iy, 77 Murray Btreet, N. Y.
M.A.McRAE
Merchant I allor
BEAVTIKUI. HaXOK OF
Black ot Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Check
SDinns-MinoB i dvebeubrs
fok spring and summer.
Opp. Colonial Hotel
Colcmbu St.,   ■   N.w Westminster.
IiM Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE SUBS0B1BF.R8 ARE NOW PRE-
PARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIBS
At speoial I/)w Rates.
tajing ani AU Kinds of Anof
Done at Shortest Notice.
DryrortlwfMMl delivered to any part of
the City.
Orders by Telephone will receivo prompt
attention.
•TStahles nearly opposite C.P.R.Depot, Columbia St., Now Westminster.
djallte      QILLEY BR08. rnoi-s.
Feed,LiveryiSale
STABLES.
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
PEOPEIBTOB.
riOOD DRIVING A RIDING HOUSES
VJ for Hire. Hacks oallatallStoamcrti
and Trains. Special attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may be left at the Offloe of Mathers A Milll-inn,Commission Merchants,
Profit Streot, New Wwt,
W. ELSON,
Merchant Tailor,
POET MOODY, B. C.
Mr. Elson will be at tho Colonial Hotel
tbo tlrst Wednesday in eaeh month for
tbe purpose of taking orders,     dwja23tc
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CGMP'Y.
1 Old Bkoad St. and 16 Pall Mau,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and tlio
Cargoes of such Vessels* also, Shim 1-uild
ina and repairing, Barges and other Ves
sets on navigable riven and canaK and
Gooda nn board Bach Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland ud in Foreign
Countries,
FKOM LOSS OR DAMAGE BT F1RK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600.000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every iufornu-
tton oan be obtained on application t>
W. J. AUM8TB0N6,
Agent for Now WestmlnsUr.
To In Francisco, Cal.
HY WAY OF THE
Xtxxtm.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QUICKER IN TIME THAN AN Y OTHER
ROUTB BETWEEN
MewWeitaiaitff d fa Mto.
CRAND SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC COMT
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Second-Class Passengers, attached to Express Trains.
Fare from Fortland to Sacramento and
Snn Franclsco—Unlimited, 925; Flrst-
olass (Limited), |30t Becond-clnM (Limited), 118.
through TICKETS to all points South
and East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES!
City okkh'1., No, 184 Cor, Flnt A Alder
Btreetsi
Dei'ot officii, Cor. F A Front StrwfUt -
DAt-llati-ti    nwuHtn ^
a KOEHLER,
Monsgor.
Portland, Oregon,
E. P. HOOER8.     .
Am_.a.r.i*,tftl Sail*) fritiah Colombian
Thursday Evening, Jnne 6.1889.
ADVERT1SINQ BATES FOR THE DAILY.
Trunslcnl iilipiI'miiiiuIs.* j..'ii"*t luser-
tlon, io cts, per lino solid nonpareil* ench
KQbBeqlient conseuuilvo insert lt>n,'l eloper
Hue. AdviTtise-iiiei'tn not Inserted every
day—tlrst insert lou, ill ots. j-or line; subsequent Insertion-'., 5 cts. per l.'ue,
Staiiiiln*; Advertlsemcntn.-1'iort'v.sioi]-
iil or Business Cards-fi per inrinlh. Special rates for general trado advertislne,
Hwordin.i* lo .space iii-ciipled aud ilnrallun
of nontraol.
ttit-tio'i Sales, when d-iuplayed, oharged
23 per cent. Iobb than transient udvts, If
Boiul,"oharged at rcstilar transient mien.
•>iH-i-lnl \i>lIt?«.*H ainoui* ri'iidln-* matter,
i'O -'Ik. per line each Insertion, Specials
Inserted by the monlli tit reduced rules.
Birth.**, Miirt-i.ii!'.-siiud I'eatii.'-.Ol for each
In-o-rMou; Funeral Nol tees ln eounectlon
will, dentin*. 50 «ts. ench insertion.
*ttKLV ilDVESTISJHC BATE3.
TraujiUal Ail vortUenients,—Flrat Insertion, (licii, per iiiif SM'iid noupmcil; sub-
(jeijiieui iusortfons,7 (-ts. per Hue.
titamllni; Ail veil lsi-mrui-*.--l"io'e.-i.*-lon-
al or lti(-*fiK'ss (*iirds—Sl,r-[l per month,
Spei iai :ni'"sfi)r''-.M!cial trade advertising,
t-piM..I Notices, mi-Mi-*, Miirrinj;es and
Dentin-, same rates as Daily.
rut-. muBlhoall metal,andforiargoouts
an extra rale will be charged,
•MTl'er-itFis ;*i-iiilin;: In nilvoi'lser.ieiits
should li'- careful lo slate vvlielber lliey
ant'Utitppvarln (In- Ually Fdltion.ortho
WceKly.or bfilli. ,\ liberal reduction Is
inaile when fnseiled In bulb. No advertisement inserted for less than 81.
SUBHORIBBRS
Who do not receive tholr papor regularly,
from the Carriers or  through   tbe Post
Office, will confer a favor by reporting tbe
samo to the nlllce ot puhili-allon at once.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Election ol Trustee1* J, McKenzie
Notice S, H. Webb
City Voters' List D. Robson
IHRTH.
COX .-In this oily, ou llie (itll inst., the
Wifo of John P. Cox, of a son.
Strawberries aud Cream at tho
"Club." *
AU tho fashionnblo iced beverages, at
the "Hub," noxt tlio "Queen's,"   *
Russell's Restaurant, opposito tho
American Hotol, open day and
night. R9m3*
Attention is directed to the election
of school trustees. Notico in another
column.
Wo print au important notico -re tho
city voters' list in another column.
Read it.
The lacrosse club practices again this
evening and overy member is expected
to attend.
200 lots on tho Tiiorne road, from
§05 upwards at glO por month. —W,
Reidt, Front streot. *
Just received a lot of now California
potatoes at Rao's (successor to McPhaden) grocery store. 3t*
During Mr. S. H. Webb's absence
to England, Mr, K. A. White takes
control of his business.
The str. Irving loft for Chilliwack
thia morning with 30 puasongers and
CO tons of merchandise.
Salmon aro very scarce and many of
fcHo fiaKermeiihave drawn their nets
to await a proGtablo run.
At tho police court thia morning
John Rons wns fined §5 and costs for
being drunk and incapable.
Contractor BrlpDdliaJtl lias com-
tnocced work on thu new lire slip
whicli will be located at tiio foot of
liegbie street.
North Arm Road Lots, frotn $100;
Sapperton, @150; and Brownsville Aero
Lots at 81(30, on easv terma, at W. J.
Walker & Co's.      " *
Messrs. Woods, Turner -SJ" Gamble
have removed to the oilice in tho Bank
of H. C. building, latolv occupied by
Mr. H. V. Edmonds. * *
Owing to the length of the liquor
license by-law, wliich wo expected to
publish today, it has been laid over
and will appear to-morrow.
Look out for the great sale of lots in
the town of Seattle, at the Mission
Bridge, on Juno loth next. For particulars, apply to Wm. Roidt.        *
Tho atr, Rithet loft for Victoria this
morning with 40 passengers, 101 head
of cattle, 40 toti3 of Spallumchcen
Hutjr aud 50 tons farm produce.
The boird of directors of tho Roynl
Columbian Hospital acknowledgo with
thanks thu receipt of a large basket of
strawberries from Mra. J.G-.Jaques.
The str. Dunsmuir, which was detained by stress of weather, did not
reach port till six o'clock last ovening.
She left lit 0 o'clock for Nanaimo with
20 head of cattlo, a large quantity of
freight nnd a number of  passengers.
As we go to press a despatch from
Seattle pays that Fry's opera houso
has been consumed by lire, and tho
ilam-'sJinvii spread to adjoining blocks
"muVai'o beyond tho control of the firemen. It is feared tho ontiro business
portion of the oily will bo  destroyed.
Tho rifle nssocution practice in futuro will bo more interesting than in
the past. Two silver spoons will bo
offered for competition ovory Saturday,
the competition* to bo divided into
two classes, which will givo tlio poorer
shots au equal chanco with Llio old
hands,
A meeting of the council of tho
board nf trado was held yestorday,
and tin* committeo appointed to
obtain information respecting tho
(ishertoii license grievance reported.
Tho board resolved undor tho circumstances it would be injudicious to
re-open tho question, and that it might
safely be loft in tho hands of tho
iishoiy nilioials.
Strike Krar Juneau.
By the str. Aneon, which arrived
from Alisk.\ came nows of a rich
Btrike of bUvqv ore thirty miles east of
Juneau.   Tho find was mado by   two
[ioor prospectors from Juneau, who
md worked iwsiduoualy in tlio neighborhood Eur month*'. Thoy wero about
to giro up the Bdtreli when, upon Mny
lat, tlieyiituinlilod on to the ledge.
Tho quarts* waa assayed by a local assay or and will pan out from £200 to
8500 per toi:, The oxcitniont m Ju-
noau when the Ancmi reached thoro
was great, nud numbers wore {locking
to tlio new El Dorado.-— Times,
Rich Gold Strike.
Our Vale correspondent writes that
James Dunn aud J. P. Roderick havo
discovered tho gold bearing quarlz
lodgo that feeds tho well known Siwash creek, out of which many fine
nuggets havo boen washed. Tho puro
gold can bo seen with tho naked eyo in
tlio cap rock, and the new lodge is considered ono of tlio richest over found in
British Columbia. Mr. Dunn is about
6*0 years of age, and lias worked as a
miner for many years. Hu had boon
working und prospecting alono throughout tho whole of last winter, and at
last aftor many days of weary toil he
has reaped his reward by striking a
lodgo which cannot fuil to mako him a
rich man, Thero is considerable excitement in Yale over tho discovery,
and it is expected a rush will take
placo immediately for Siwash   crook.
San nl ma':* Nnir Hclhoilhl (linrch,
The cornet- stone of tho new Methodist ohurch at Nanaimo wa.' laid on
Tuesday afiornoi-u by Mr. Samuel
Robins, superintendent of the Van
couver Goal Oompany, in tlio prcsonco
of a largo number nf peoplo and visiting clergymen. The following clergymen took part; Rov, Josoph Hall,
pastor and preeident of tho B. 0. Con-
feronco; Rev. B. Robson, pioneer
Methodist minister of Nanaimo and
ex-prosident nf tho B. O. Conference;
Bar. J. H. White, of New Wcntmin-
■tori Rev. J. H. Starr and Rev. J. W.
Wadinan, of Victoria; Rov. J. P.
Bowell, of Maple Buy.
Children Cry for Pitcher1 j Ci
■aiioria
Mr. Sprott, inspector of iho government roads, has a f-aug of men at work
gravelling tlio Westminster-Vancouver
road. Tlio gravel being put on is ex*
a-Itcul, but it has lobe drawn. 2A miles,
whtch makes it rather expensive for
road mnkiiig. Evoryono is pleased
that tho government intends making
tho job a thorough oue. Repairs to
Scott, Souiiahainoo and Yale ronds
will bo commenced immediately and
liuishcd boforo tho wot season commences. Thero is room for much
good work to bo dono on theso roads,
and tho Bottlers throughout the district aro anxious that tho repairs
should bo of a thoroughly permanent
character, Road work throughout the
district is being commenced this season much earlier than heretofore, and
the results cannot bo othorwiso than
satisfactory.
Tor Uio T'loitntalns.
Mr. John Fannin, curator of tho
provincial museum, which was formally opened to the public, in Victorin,
tho other day, arrived in the city yesterday, via Vancouvor, from Victoria.
Mr. Fannin took tlio train to-day for
Hopo, and will spend the next two
weeks in the mountains in that vicinity
making a collection of small mammals
fur the museum. Ho will be accompanied ns far as Hopo by Mr. W.
M. Pike, who is on liis way to tho
McKenzie and Arctic rot-ions for an
extended hunting tour of over a yoar.
In another item will bo found a vory
interesting sketch of Capt. Piko's proposed excursion and a mention of the
noble gamo that he will encounter in
tho far north. Mr. Fannin is a most
enthusiastic and skilful collector nud
taxidermist, and tho province is fortunate iu having secured his services for
tho museum.
Bacliiicnt lire.
Shortly before 8 o'clock last night
an alarm oi fire was sounded and in a
few minutes everybody was running in
the direction of tho lire hall. Tho lire
was reported to be in a Chineso laundry on Columbia struct, directly op-
posiio the foot of Blackwood stroot.
Tho hose reels nnd engine wero quickly run out and got in position for operations, but they woro not required as
the Chineso, with tho assistance of a
few willing hands, managed to extinguish the Humes with a dozen buckets
of water. Tho fire caught from the
stovepipe, and only did a small amount
of daiibige to tho roof round the chimney. After steam was up tho pressure
was turned on and the roofs of the
surrounding houses deluged with water.
Tho Hyacks turned out promptly to
tho call und were ready in u very few
minutes to face a serious fire had it
been neceaaary.   During  tho  excite*
cut one of tho Chinoso, who was on
the roof, lot go his hold and tell to the
ground, a distance of 20 feet, passing
through tho roof of a small shod in his
descent. Strango to say tho celestial
only received a few bruises, and to-day
ho is nunc the worse of tho accident.
Itcducei" Taxes.
Aid. Curtis' notico of motion, on
Monday night, to introduce a by-law
to nmond the "Real Estate Tax Bylaw," is for tho purpose of withdrawing
tho Southern Railway debenture tnx
for this year. As it will not be necessary to borrow money on tho debentures until nearly the cud of tho current year at tho earliest, this is o movo
that will bo generally approved. Tho
rate for this year will thus bo quite
low, nnd may be computed by anyono,
ns follows: As published sumo time
ago in theso columns, tho total rato
for the year, including tho assessment
for tho railway debentures and the
proposed streets nnd park improvement loan, would be, if paid boforo
July 1st, 15 2 5 mills on tho dollar.
The rebate for prompt payment is
made on the general revenue tax of 10
mills, and amounts to '.", mills on tho
dollar, thus making tho total tax levied
15 2-5 mills, as given above. By deducting llio railway debenture rato,
4j mills, it will bo soon that tho total
rate of taxation for this year, if paid
on or before tho lirst of July next, will
bo just 113*20 milts. This calculation,
it will bo soon, is made on tho reason*
able assumption that the streets and
park improvement by-law will bo carried on the 13th inst. If not, tho rato
would bo 2 2 5 mills li-si.
A-u-nall rase.
A fow minutes boforo 8 o'clock last
night Mr. Ocorgo Pittendrigh, local
manager of the Telephone Company,
on entering his offico found Mr. F. C,
McCartney in tho private offico, standing before the switchboard and speaking to Vancouver, flo had beon requested several times not to entor thu
private office, but had disregarded the
request. Mr. Pittondrigb nsked McCartney to Btop outsido tho partition,
to which ho replied, "I want Vancouver, and none of your lip." The door
was open and Mr. Pittendrigh again
requested him to stop outside, whioh
ho at first scorned inclined to do, but
suddenly and without warning turned
round and struck Pittendrigh on tho
mouth, inflicting a severe cut nnd
knocking him down, McCartney then
jumped f.n Ins opponent and struck
him sevornl times, aftor wliich hu left
tho offico. This is Pittendrigh's sido
of thoalory, but the fncts as related
by McCartney uro entirely different.
ite was in tho oflice when tho fire
alarm sounded, and numerous cnlla
being mado, and tho littlo boy in charge
being excited, ho stepped nimbi to us*
Bint him nnd had just finished whon
Pittendrigh returned. A few words
followed nud hu was ordered to loavo
the office, which order was followed by
an attempt on Pittendrigh's part to
foroe tho ejectment. Thon tho assault
took placo. A warrant was Bworn out
for MoCartnoy and he was arrested,
but released on bail a few hours later.
The caso came beforo the police court
this morning, Messrs, Jenns and Eckstein appearing for defendant, and
Mr. J. C. Armstrong for the prosecution. An adjournment of a week was
asked ond granted,
I't'slhal anil Concert.
Tho strawberry festival and concert
given last night in the Oddfellows'
Hall, under the auspices of St. Paul's
Reformed Episcopal ohurch, was a decided success. The fino hnll was filled
to overflowing, about four hundred,
comprising inembors of overy denomination in tho city, being present. Tho
programme was choice nud well rendered in particular. It was given as
follows, a few changes being mado
from ttie order of Iho printed programme for convenience : Piano solo,
"March of tho Goblins," Mrs. Pearson; song, "They Beckon to Me," with
guitnr accompaniment, Mrs. Flandors;
violin, selected, Mr. R. T. Duncan;
Bong, "When tlio Bunts come Homo,"
Mrs. Lyal. Tho throo lntter responded to enthusiastic encores. Mr. T. J.
Trapp, who wns to hnvo given n recitation in tho firat part of the pro-
gramme, sent an apology for his unavoidable absence. Tho refreshment**,
fltrawborrios nnd cream, with cake,
followed by lemonade, wero
then passed around, and this
part of the programme was devoutly
nnd deservedly encored by all, mentally at least, the ladies of tho R. E,
congregation having excelled in preparing n delicate und bountiful treat. Part
second was ns follows: Piano, "Ju-
Hglit," Miss Lowis; reading Mr, J. S.
Cluto; song, "Tho Mountebank's
Song," Mr. W. H. Keary; recitation,
"A Portrait in Blank Verse," Mr.
Hare; song, Mrs. McCrady. Tho
first throe and tho last item in part
second wore heartily encored, aud
eich performance was rendered to
perfection. The singing of tho National Anthem brought tho enjoyable
nnd successful evening to n closo.
Mr. W. D, Forris did tho honors of
tho chair in a most happy and appropriate manner. Tho city band was
in attendance during the former portion of tho evening, and by discoursing of sweet airs added not a little to
tho enjoyment and success of tho occasion.
Tlio Lato .lu-tlrc (.ray.
Tho life of the lato Justico Gray,
who died last evoning in Victoria, wbb
a busy one, und few are aware of the j
many benefits he conferred on his
country. The following short biographical sketch will be rend with in
tercst.
Lt.*Col. Hon. John Hamilton Gray,
D.C.L., Q.O., was burn at St. George,
Bermuda, iu 1814, nud was educated
at King's College, Windsor, Nova
Scotia} was called to thu bar of New
Brunswick in 1837; was created n Q.O.
in 1853, and received the degree of D.
C.L. in 18GG. He was a member of tho
bars of Now Brunswick, Nova Scotia
and Osdoode Hall, Ontario; sat as a
member of tho Now Brunswick legislature from 1850 to 1865—-a period of
fifteen years—during which timo ho
was a member of tho executive council
from 1851 to 1854, and attorney-gen**
etnl in 1850-7-i nnd was speaker of the
houso of assembly from 1SGG until tho
union. Ho was umpire hetween Great
Britain and tho United Statea,
under the treaty of Washington,
1857-8, nud received therefore
tho approval and thanks of her majesty's government tluough Lord John
Russol; was her majesty's commissioner under tho great seal to settle in,
conjunction with Hon. Messrs. Howo
and Ritchie, the tenant right question in
P. E. Island, 1800; wns a delegato to
tho conference of the provinces anent
confederation, at Charlottetown iu
J804, and wbb also a delegato to the
famous Quebeo convention of 1864,
which settled confederation. Ho was
oleoted to tho commons by acclamation after tho union in 1867. In May,
1868, ho was nppointed arbitrator for
the Dominion undor tho 142nd section
of tho B. N, A. Act, for the division
nnd adjustment of the debts, eredits,
liabilities, properties, and assets of
Upper and Lower Canada, amounting
to $10,500,000. The decision given
at that timo was followed by the Geneva and fishery arbitrations, and was
afterwards sustained by the privy council of England. He was appointed a
judge of the supremo court of British
Columbia in July, 1872} wns appointed
commissioner, with Hon. J. A. Chapleau, secretary of stato of Canada, in
1884, to enquire into and report upon
Chineso immigration. Upon tho report uf this commission tho Chineso
Immigration Act wns passed, which
has so far vory materially restricted
tbo influx of Chinese iuto this province,
Judgo Gray has bceu connected with
tho advancement of education, the improvement of agriculture nnd railways,
and interested himself very much in
all political nnd social reforms having
for their object tho advancement of
his country and tho well-being of his
follow men.
In a letter ton friend in this city,
not long ngo, Bponking of honors for
services rendered to his country, ho
suid: 1 expect mysolf to go down to
my grave "unwept, unhonorod and unsung." On the other sido of the "divide" "Sir" or not "Sir" won't make
much difference.
is a stretch of land over which the foot
of man has never yot trod, and to Mr.
Pike remains the honor uf first traversing it. On BathruBt Inlet and along
tho shores of tho Arctic ocean Mr.
Piko will hunt the polar bear, spending several months at this pastime. If
tho sport lias boon good ho will turn
homewards about July noxt, reaching
British Columbia lato in the fall.
Mr. Pike is ono of tho most
enthusiastic sportsmen living, and,
at tho samo time, ouo of tho
most accomplished and successful.
Ho hns hunted nnd fished ull over tho
globe, and has killed almost overy kind
of game but the polar bear and musk-
ox, and it is solely to kill a few of theso
animals thut ho is making his present
trip. He hns visited the arctic regions
before, but ou a fishing trip only, and
in the direction of Iceland aud Nova
Zambia. Through influence with tho
Hudson's Bay Company, Mr, Pike hns
obtained an unlimited credit, right to
uao tho company's boats, train dogs,
etc. In fact he will havo the command
of all tho facilities tho company may
havo which ho may dcoin of sorvico to
him in Iub excursion. Mr. Pike goes
alone, and his only companions on tho
hunting trips will bo au Indian or two,
experienced in tracking tho game. Of
baggage he takes only a vory small
amount, a pair of tenuis shoos being
tlio most important item, but of ammunition he takes 200 pounds. Mr.
Piko has not decided by which routo
ho will return home. It will eithor be
across the country to Fort Churchill
on the Hudson Bay, and thence by
ship to England, or by iho way of tho
Yukon River down to tho Pacific
coast. __
SYRUP OF FIGS,
Produced from tho laxative and nutritious juice of California figs, combined
with tho medicinal virtues of plants
known to ho most beneficial to tho
human system, acts gently ou the kidneys, liver and bowels, effectually cleansing tho system, dispelling colds and
headaches, and curing habitual constipation,
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment instantly relieves and permanently cures Piles, Pruritus aud all hot and itching sores and
eruptions. N. W. agents, D. S. Curtis
&Co. dmy28yl '
Wbon Baby wu slok, we gat-a ber Cutorls,
When sho wm a Child, she cried for Caototia,
Whon she became Mian, she clung to CutorU,
Whin the had Children, ibo gare tbem Cutoria
•fcTOTICEL
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THE
city Mr, Nowton A. While will havo
charge of my business, and bus authority
to''<)!hct and discharge all accounts in
connection therewith, etc.
ft. H. WEBB.
Now Wcs-tminster- Juno 0,188U.    djeGm2
City Voters' List.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tho Voters' List for the City of Now
Westminster for tho yoar 1880 has been
completed and is posted np in tbe City
Clerk'*- olllco, whoro it will remain for 80
days from tho first publication of this
notice, for examination by all persons
concerned, Any person who shall claim
to bo addod to the said Voters' List, or
any doctor who shall desire to have any
name erased therefrom, must prefer his
or her request In writing, signed with bis
or her name, station the ward in which
he or she belongs, and must deliver snld
request, or cause lhe sumo lobe delivered,
to the City Clerk within 80 days from tub
lirst publication hereof, whleh flrst publication was mndo lu the British CoT-oic-
niAN newspaper on tho oth day of June,
1880. D. KOBSON,
City Olerk.
Dated 0th Juno, 18S0. dJelHHnw
FOR THE COLD ARCTIC.
A ('rand Trliiln Srurrh ot lhe Husk Ox
anil Pnlur Dear hi llie Unknown
Norlh.
Mr. W. M. Pike, of Ssturna Island,
left Westminster this aftornoon for
Calgary, cu route for tho Arctic circle,
over tho wild wastes of whioh he will
hunt thu musk ox wind polar bear.
Tins trip will outrival tho ono Intoly
accumplishc-d by Lord Lonsdale, and
about which so much lias boon hoard.
Mr. Piko goes by stago from Calgary
to Edmonton, thonce by the Hudson
Bay steamer to Athabasca Landing.
From the Landing tho trip will be
continued by tho famous balleaux up
tho Athabasca River to Fort
Chippowayan on Atlmbuscn lake.
Aftor crossing tho lako the journey
will be resumed up tho Great Slave
river to Fort Resolution on tho
shores of Great Slave lako. Here a
atop will bo made till an opportunity
occurs to roach Fort Rao, about 200
miles up tho lako, almost directly north
of Fort Resolution. At this fort,
which is 2000 miles north east of
Westminster, Mr, Piko will mako his
hendqunrt'-rs for a time, going later to
Old Fort Confidence at the head of
Great Bear Lake. By this timo the
land of perpetual ico will have boen
readied, being within Iho arctic circle,
and it is here the musk ox makes its
homo, Mr. Piko will hunt across the
sevornl hundred miles of snowy waste
thnt lies betweon tho Fort and Bath-
runt Inlet on tho Arctic ocean.   This
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
THE ANNUAL ELECTION OF A
Trustee for each of tho throo School
Wards of New Westminster City School
District will be held on MONDAY tbo
Hth day of Jane, 1889, commenoinK ut 11
a. m., ai tbe undermentioned plnccs, viz,:
FOR ST. PATRIOK'S WARD*
Inco Cottage (Mrs, Haynes'), cor. Duffer-
in nnd Columbia Sts.--Returning Officer, Capt. G. I'lttctidrlBh;
FOR ST. GEORGE'S WARD:
Now City Hall, Market Square—Returning Officer, Capt, A, l'eolo;
FOR ST. ANDREW'S WARD:
Room near Royal City Mills, Richard
SU—Returning officer, Huj-h Burr.
In caso a poll Is demanded, voting will
commence at 10 a. m. of the next day and
close at 4 p. m., nl tbo above named
places, 	
ftVThcrewlll also bo hold at tbo same
time and placo fn ftt. Andrew's Ward, a
Bpccial election of a Trustee to serve the
unexpired term of one year, vlco William
Ross, resigned.
Extract /rom "Public School Act.1'
".10. Any person registered as a voter, as
hereinafter provided, shall be eligible to
vote at any school mooting held lu audi
dlstrlot, und In tho ward tn which bo is
registered, for tho election of Trustoos;
firovldad,always, that Itshall not ho law-
ul for any person to vote for Trustees In
more than one ward In nny City School
District.1'
By order of Hoard of Trtistocs,
JOJINMcRBNSSIR,
Secretary.
New West., June 0, I860, jcO-10 13 la
FOR SALE.
NEW 1IOUKE. AND LOT, tor sulo
cl'Oftp,, on Hnllto*: HI., Iil'Iwooii Pel;
tiio promis-s. * [iljo'irtll   H. o. SMI
J^or^ss
A Pleasing- Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows tbo uso of Syrup of Pigs, iw Is
aots gently On tho
KlDHEYS, LlVEB W> B0WEL8
Effectually Cleansing tho System wliou
Costivo or Bilious, JJisnelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
ond por-nnne-itly coring
HABITUAL OONSTIPATIOH
•vithont woakoning or irritating tlio or-
SansOtt which it nets.
ror side ln Too liottlu hy nil Leading
Druggists.
•lAHUPAni'Ktm esw sr Tils
OALrPOEKIAHttSYEOTOO
<*e_n_t.&t^°i_wtc___.h
FOR SALE.
ONE BIX-YEAR-OLD OX; veil broken
and genlle.       JAMES WISE,
dje5wl Front St., N.W.
Illustrated Lecture
MISS McQUEGOR, LATE of IND011E,
Central India, will glvo an mused lecturo on "HINDOO CUSTOMS,"
In tlie Presbyterian cliuroh, on Thursday
evening, lull Inst., at 8 o'elook. Collection to dofray expenses. djesta
IrTOTIOE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1> I huvo applied to tho Honourable
Mlnlsterof the Interior for aliconBo to out
timber ou tbo following described Dominion lands ln New Westminster District,
British Columbia, according to tho Provincial Government survey:
South-east V, Section 23, south-east U
Section 25, north balf nnd BOUtli-"ffont$4
Section 24, In Townshlp2U. and Sections
20 and 30, in Township 29.
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
New West., 7th March, 1881). UJi.-r.inI
Annual School Meeting
A PUBLIC MEETING OF THE REG-
Isterod householders and freeholders
of Now WestmlnstcrClly School Dlslrlct
will bo held ou MONDAY the lOlli ilny or
Jnne. tSHli, ut tlio NEW CITY HALL,
Market Square, commencing at 11 o'clock
a. m., for the purpose of receiving tho Report of tbe Trustees,
By order of Board of Trustees,
john Mckenzie,
Soo rotary.
Posted Wlb May, 1880. ujt-ot-J
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE   BARGAINS
Suits tt Pants
&
TAIL0RINQ ESTABLISHMENT.
Wo nro soiling the host of
English, Scotch & French do oils
At prices away down Cheaper than
Ever.
Call and examine and wo are satisfied
that yon will buy beforo yon leavo tlie
store.
All work guaranteed,
dmhlyl 88 Columbia sim-i.
ffJMKER&CO.
BANK HUII.DIN'IS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
[TEI.EP1IOKK NO. 05.]
14 CURE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS,
London and Lancashire Fir. and
llrlllsh  -empire Life Insurance
Companies.
New Weatmlnster Building Society.
Accountant1. Olllco, Diocese of N.W.
Oity Auditor,, 1880,188, and 188.,
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN TIIE  CITY  AND DISTRICT,
and oilier monetary transactions.
Havo several good lnvoslmcnls on their
books, and ull now coiners will do well to
call beforo doing buslncLs elsewhere,
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MESSRS. W. __. DICKINSON & TllOft.
BINNIE beg to announco to merchants and others that thoy have entered
Into n partnership to transact a ircncral
DftAYlNa BUSINESS, and that alt business committed to their care will receivo
prompt, attention, and will ho liberally
dealt with.
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Direct from Germany, by Express,
The Latest 1 ovelties in
LADIES' JERSEYS
In New Shades and Combinations.
LJNDON HOUSE!
OK I ERY.
finest assortment of
Lakies', Children's and Infants' English and German Hosiery direct from
the manufacturers.
JERSEYS.
Largest assortment of Ladies' Jerseys, English and Ger-
man make, ever shown in
town.     ________
Jas.Ellard,Co
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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Practical Watchmaker,  Manufacturin**;
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WAiE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Hpcctnclcs & Ryc-GlilSSCS In steel, rubber, silver arc ^.id
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, $4 per pair- all Bights suited.
Special nttantlon given to PINE WATOI1 HEPAIllS. Having learm... tlio
business thoroughly from somo of the finest Uorologors En England, and since thou
managed the watch-repairing departments of a fow of tho host firms on the continent of America, Is a snfttoient guaruntoe of good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage k Lymau, Montreal.
Charges Moderate*
Montreal, Dec,, 1887.-—Mr. P. Crake.—Andw. Kohertson, Esij., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who did so
well for me aayou did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not hero to-day,"
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Nothing Like Them Ever Shown in the Oity
before.   Call and See them.
Ogle, Campbell & Freeman
SUMMER COATS,
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
Ogle, Campbell A Co's,
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NEXT DOOR BANK OF MONTREAL.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
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Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Xjalsxadox Hlexriaag'e,
"MTaclcexel, Salt Coca.,
Jim.xxxi.o-a.x'e "U"xic. Hams,
_**.x»ao*ax's TJxic. Bacon.
"Flo-ax. Bian. Slaoxte,
«rHIOHEST PKIOES PAID FOR FARM PIIODDCB,
mmw» eooullar-Armttrong Blook, Columbia tt.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, I). C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    ■     Oolumbia Street.
New Good? 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
VUG.
DIRECT IMPORTERS H DEALERS I
KI&H-OLASS
DRY GOODS
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GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia * Mary Sts.
BON MARCH!
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Jancy Goods!
»UFDATK
WALKER & SHADWELL.
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