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Columbian.
VOLUME G
new vmarmstaBi., a a,.Friday evening, may 3,1889.
NUMBER 10d
PROFESSIONAL AW BUSINESS CARDS.
T. 0. ATKINSON,
BABM8TER,B0IJ0ITOB.40. OIBoes-
Ij Masonic Building, Now Wostminstor,
BTc. ilwto
vr. NOnSIAN DOLE, 4. c,
T-,AEaiSTEB-AT-L\W,L*NI) AGENT.
1} Monoy to Loan. OtUM-ClarksonSt.,
New Westminster, B 0. Otis
COKIIIHII*, MCI OIL tt JKN.V8,
BABBISTEBS, SOLIOITOIta, etc.  pm-
cos-Miisoiiic Buildings, New Wcst-
mln.ter, and Vancouver,U 0.       ''"""
A. C, BBYDONB-JACK, M. A ,
NOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCE!},
Ao. Barrister of the Now Brunswick
Hupreme Court. Offlco ln the Bjunley
Building, Columbia St., opooslto UuiCol-
vonlal Hotel.  ' <l»P»t°
JOSEPH B. OAYMOB, B.A..LL.B.
ftOhO MEDALIST ot the Ulilvoraltj 01
(j Dublin. BABBISTEIt-AT LAW ol
the High Court ol Justine, Ireland. Olllocs,
Corner McKon-lo 4 Olarkson sts., Now
Wostminstor. dwftfllto
C. H. O ATE WOOD, D.D.S.,
SURGEON DENTIST-A Graduato ot
tho Baltimore Dental College, Is prq-
8ar.il to do all kinds of Dental work, ut-
eo over McLennan A McFeoly's hardware storo, 1IJ-1 Cordova St., Vancouver,
B. C. dtmjjpto
tt. W. CHANT,
i RCHITECT, Otllec-Cornor Mary and
L  Clarkson Sts., Westminster,   dwlo
CLOW * MACLtlllE,
4R0H1TE0TS.    Offlco-Room E, over
Bank of B. 0.,ColumbiaStreet.Wost-
lster. dto
WILLIAM  B. KINO,
A ROHITEOT.SANITARY ENGINEER,
A   Ao.   Removed to Armstrong's Block,
Columbia Street,  Westminster-Room
No. 2.  ______
A, V. COTTON,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR. Office: Room D. Bank
of B. C. building, Westminster, B. 0.
tr. 1KIVILI.
LAND SURVEYOR AND BEAL ESTATE AGENT. Offlco - Corner of
Mary A clarkson Sts., Now Westminster,
B. 0. dwinhsto
II. P-TTENUKICIU,
DUAL ESTATE BROKER nnd County
IV Court Agent, Commissioner, Notary
Public, Ac. Reuts collected. Offlce-Mc-
Kenzlo Street, Now Westminster, B. 0.
T. J. TRAPP,
i UCTIONEER    AND    APPRAISER.
A Columbia stroot, New Westminstor.
All commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best references
given when required. mhla-to
TURNER, BEKTON ti CO,,
MERCHANTS. Wharf St., Vlotoiln.
Agents for North British nnd Mercantile Insumnco Co. for Mainland. II.
0. Brbton A Co., Hfl Flnsbury Circus, London, E. 0. dto
MAJOR & PEARSON
Renl Estato Brokers nnd
FiimiH'inl Agents.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life Association of
Toronto.
Royal and Lancashire Fire Insurance Companies.
a-a.Valuable Lots ror sale In tho Oity
ami District of Wen minster; -md choice
Lots in the City of Vanoouver.
Persons wishing to buy or noil city or
ruml proporty should communicate with
us.
Offices: Bank of II. C. building, opposite
postofflce, WcslmliiBter,;*ndHiiHtlng8 fit.,
Vancouver. dwaplBto
RAND BROS.
U&l- ESTATE UHOI'EUS,
Oonvejrnnoeri. Collectors,
And Insurance Agents,
Offices nt.
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
S!'-Ki-ii7.lo and ClurkNon Sts.
VAN-fOUVKR, Cordova Btreet.
LONDON .Eiinlimd*.
BUILDING LOTS for sale in nil sections
of Vancouver nnd New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
■ale   nt  OhlltlwlMok,   Port  Illuumoml,
Langley, MnU-qut, Humus, Mnd Buy,Ladner's Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
and Pitt Rivor.
Mnps and Plana exhibited nnd the fullest information furnished ut. all ourofllcea,
R1
ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
Civil Engineers. Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
FINANCIAL, SHIPPING & COMMISSION AGENTS
Fire, life A Marine Insurance.
Columbia St., ■ Opp. Colonial Hotel
NEW WESTMINSTER, a C.
GIVE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
tentlon to nil professional orders and
tender their services to residents and nonresidents having City or Country Property
to dispose of or desiring profitable Investment.
Our lists of eligible properties are com-
firelicnsivo nnd constantly receiving nddl-
lons,andour favorable eastern count----
tlons both in Canada and the Atlantic
States give us unusual facilities for business.
Special attention will he pnld M the
purchase and inspection of Lumber for
shipment to foreign ports. Tonnage chartered and general shipping business trans-
acted. dvYnpiyi
Macpherson & Thomson
Of Ontario nnd Marquette, Michigan,
have opened a
IH THE HOLBROOK BLOCK,
Colnmbla Street, 8 doors East
of Telegraph Oflice.
They have a complote assortment nf
everything usually found Ina nrst-clnsB
Drug Store, comprising puro aud frosh
DRUGS, OHEMIOALS,
PATENT MEDIOINES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
ENGLISH, FRENOH AND
AMERICAN PERFUMES.
Physicians' prescriptions carefully compounded day and night, fe27dlm
MRS. T. DEIGHTON,
NURSE,
mAKES THIS OPPORTUNITY of lotting
X the publio know that she Is now at
home, and respectfully -tollnlis n share of
tho publio patroiiuito. REBlDKncK-nenr
Douglas St., on H. hlllott'a premiso-i, Now
WeBtmlnster. rtapCTinl
W.O. LOYE,
fuHlt Soot ui Shoe Maker.
Repnlrln-r Neatly Done.  Cork Bole
Work a Specialty.
MTOttlora promptly nl tended in,
Clarkson St., In rear of Colonial Hotel, next lo Rami Uro*,' itlllco.  ilnollc
Plants for Sale!
In gheat Variety, ii-ci.udinci,
GERANIUMS, Double and glngloj FU-
OHUR. all new varieties! TROSI*S,
Doublo •■ETUNIAH, MOON-FLOWERS:
a line oollootlon of DAHLIAS (named
varlotlesl ANNUALS, 2fi cts. por (los.
Mixed BtTDDIH*' PLANTS. SI FO ,or dos.
I offer 10 Plant, for II, Including I storm
King Kuehla. llouquetA, Wreaths nnd
Crosses made to order. Fruit, Vegetables
and Flower, at Store, next oity Hotel, Oo-
lumbla St, Ordors by inall promntlynt-
tended to,     dwapsyll    P. LlTftiM,
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools ol all kinds of the best makes) Cross-cut & Haud-Saws,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary Utensils for Farming!
Pulley Blocks, Snutcli Blocks Rope & Chain in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar A Oakuin; Tarred and Plain Paper for Bulldlngi Paints A Oils
inall oolorsi Liquid Points in nil shades', Floor Paints ready touse; Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper in alt designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating Oils) Traps of ail descriptions, and a general assortment of
.Agricultural Implements,
or Speoial attention givon to orders by mail.
T. T. T*E2^.*P*P SO CO.,
dwjly3tc Columbia Street, New Westminster.
GEANT & MACLURE. '
Boots & Shoes!
new Westminster.
New Spring Goods 1
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Gheviotts.
-J.   S.  M^rosonv's
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street, - New Westminster.
GLOBE   HOUSE
MRS. WM. RAE
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THE ARRIVAL, from
England, of
7*W BK -ygMT
ca--
Including the Latest Styles in LADIES' TRIMMED and UN-
TRIMMED HATS and BONNETS and MILLINERY
GOODS of every description. Also—a fresh stock of BOYS'
and MEN'S FELT and STRAW HATSVSCARFS, SHIRTS,
BRACES, &c, which are specially worthy of attention ; all being
offered at lowest possible prices.
! dsesofo      Columbia 8t., Next Colonial Hotel.
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
Insurance and Financial
^G-EISTTS.
OPPIOHS ,
NEW WESTMINSTER, WKS
CORNER CLARKSON
ZIE 8T8.
VANCOUVER, 00\Y.^°S*$]kr
—AND—
ANDERSON BLOCK.
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG. iot cannon st.
Farming Lands sTown Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia nnd Front Sts,,
In central portion of tho oity; several
buildings bring good rent-S''2,000.00.
Lot 4, Blook 7, near Lytton Square,
66x132 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Front Sts.-86,000.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St., 33x66 foet—
$4,000.00.
Also—Lot and Building with atook of
Ooods, ono of the host businoss stands
in the otty.
ImprovedResidential Property
Lot IS, Block 13; two houses rent*! at
paying figurcs-S»,rj0O.O0.
House and Lot on Lome St., near Col-
umbia-$1250.00.
Lota 4, 6 _ 0, Blook 111; good houso,
garden, Ao.; cholco residence property
-•5,260.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St.; fenoedand
cloarcd-JslfiOO.00.
il
Uouso and Lot on Columbia St.; one of
the finest residences in the city—87,-
000.00.
House and Lot on Royal Avenue, near
Douglas 8t.-*!,000.00.
Houbo ond 3 Lots, corner Royal Avondo
and St. Patrick's St,; no bettor residence site in the c!ty-|10,000.00.
1 aero, with 7 houses, near the 1'ark—
18,000,00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Blook 28; cornor lot on Agnes St.;
fino residence site-81200.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avenue—8500.00 oaeh.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas nnd Halifax Sts., near Clinton St.; fine views
and well situatcd-t330.00, $375.00,
$500.00.'
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clintoiv-
1300.00.
Lot 0, Sub-Block 10; fine residence lots-
1250.60.
Lots on Pelham St., near Mary—$600.00
each.
Lot ou Pelham St., near St. Andrew's;
fine nito -8500.00.
Lot on St; John's St., near Melbourne—
1356,00.
Lot In St. Andrew's Square-MOO.OO,
Lots In Blook fronting on North Arn
road; finest chance in tho market fo:
residence or speculation—$125.00 tt
$175,00.
Lots in Subdivision of Let 11, subBlool
12-460.06 to $125.00.
Lot, in Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Block
13-1160.00 each.
Lota In Westminster Addition at $15.06
to $56.60. .
d-tauutc
POWDER
Absolutely Pure*
Thli powder never varies. A marvBi of
piirity.iitrenirthandwholcBoniriio-'s. Moro
economical than the ordinary kinds, antl
cannot be ■old ln competition with tbo
multitude of low teat, abort weight alum
or phosphate powders. Bold only In cans.
Royal Baking Powokb Co., 106 Wall su,
New York. ftely
FOB  SALE.
A DRUGGIST'S  STOOK OF   DRUGS,
Patent Medicines and Sundries.—
Applyto          HENRY V. E0MOND8.
dJalOto	
HOUSE TO RENT.
TjlURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, on
£   Columbia Streot- corner of Morrlvalo
Street, Particulars on application to
dapjgtg A. J. MfiCOLL.
' "Let us not waste our time,"
ycllud the teuiperaiico lecturer. "Let
ub not waste our time in dealing
with the small saloons and grog-
- shops. Let us go to the fountain
head. Let ua go to the brmvory,
piy friends." "All right," chimed
in nn old soaker from a back seat,
tJTm with you."
A report lately laid before the
Italian chamber of deputies shows
tlmt in Italy there are 12,943 per-
; ons who have received licenses to
beg, and who are, therefore, unchal-
-fcngod by the police. A bill is now
before the chamber providing for tho
abolition of those licenses and for
the erection of a poorhouse in eaoh
commune.
The Cleveland Leader considers
tbat if Canada inoreases the duty on
United States lard on account of
the adulterations of that artiele
the action will be "justifiable discrimination." Says the Leader:
"The adulteration of food is one of
the besetting sins of this country,
and ought to be rebuked and punished wherever possible."
TO RENT.
THE STORE FORMERLY OCCUPIED
by FouIiIh A Co., ln tbo MhhoiiIo anil
Odd Fellows' Blocfc, New Westminster.
Apply to __   WM. McCOLL,
TO RENT.
A CANNERY AND SALTERY situated
A on Subdivision Lots 5ft 6 of Lotl-j,
Hock9. Applyto
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
dnolto Land Agent.
SECOND-HAND.
70'
TUBES, __ IS. DIAMETER, lii\:,
, _, feet long: and SMOKE STACK, 20
feet long. Applyto
EWEN * CO.
March 20,1889. dnili21to
COUNTY  COURT
Of New Wcstuiltisli-r.
THM NEXT SITTING OF THE ABOVE
Court has been postponed for ono
week on account of Iho Assizes, and will
beheld ou May llio Kill, instead of Mny
1st.
AU persons Interested will lake notice
and govorn themselves accordingly,
W. H. FALDING,
Registrar ot Court,
Now West., April 12,18»». dwnpl2td
Canadian Pacific
KAIIiWAT'.
TENDERS ARE ASKED UP TO NOON
on Mon-Kiy the sth Day of Hay next,
for tho
GRADING OF THE MISSION BRANCH
from tbe South end of the Bridge across
tho Fraser  River to  tho International
Boundary Lino.
Specifications, Forms of Tender, and all
necessary Information can bo obtained nt
thoIfli*Blne*T'sotllco ut Mission, on and
nfter tho !29th Inst.
Tho lowest or nny tender will nol necessarily be accepted,
H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent,
Vancouver, B.O.- April 22,188ft dapUtd
T. A. MUIR & CO.
Chemists & Druggists,
Qukh'S Hotel Block    -    NEWWuTkiisini
A CHOICE USE OF
Brushes,     Perfumes,
Combs,       SachetPowd'rs
TOILET   ARTICLES.
Prescriptions and Family Recipes care*
fully dispensed from pure Drugs,
Mtllil Bf 11 attendaner. dnplto
SO   OO.
Real  Estate,
INSUEANCE
—ANn-*—
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transaot all Business relating to
Ileal Estato,
—AOKNTS Kin—
London AssnrMce Corporation.    '
Connecticut flro Insnrance Co. of
Hartford.
London .nd Lancashire l.lfc Assurance Co.
Canton Insurance Odlce, Ld, (Marine)
OFFICES!
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
twaUtrl
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
An Indiana court has deoitied
Hint unless a woman is pleased with
her photographs she need not pay
•lor them, no matter if a dozen of
her friends declare that they "look
just liko her." She doesn't want
•them to look that way. They must
look better than she does.
Ve can fully agree with the Globe
in the. folio wing expression of opinion:
''Marriage is, and has heen, the
crowning triumph of civilization.
Whatever makes divorce easy, or
calls immorality by a pleasanter
name, brings us a long way back into
the pathless woods of barbarism."
But wo cannot follow our contemporary in its illogical conclusions
that Canada should therefore seek
assimilation with the country in
which divorce holds its carnival.—
Empire.
Tho Sunday newspaper mania is
being done to death. In Kew York
quantity rather than quality seems
to bo the rule, as last Sunday one
paper came out with a thirty-two
page issue, and another with forty
pages 1 When things get very bad
thoy often begin to mend, and the
recovery of New York dailies from
their craze is hoped for. A forty-
page newspaper necessitates the
calling in of outside nid to read it,
while the man who squanders his
money by buying one cannot consistently complain of long sermons.
~ Ex.
Tourist—"It must have been a
terrible cyolono that wrecked this
church so completely." Kansan
(with his arm in a sling)—"Twa'r'nt
no cyclone You see, it happened
on Sunday, an' I was preachin' on
the folly o'soekin' riches, when some
feller hollered through the window
thnt there was three pussy lookin'
capitalists in town looking for land,
an' the congregation riz up as one
mnn an' busted the walls right out
tryin' to git out first." Tourist—
"But you seem to hove received
personal injuries." Kansan—"Yes,
I got my arm broke, but I was sort
0' reconciled. I reached the capitalists in time to sell ray lot over on
Prospect and Wall streots."
Shenandoah special to Now York
World: John Oonry, aged 12, was
standing at the blackboard copying
figures from it on his slate at school
in this place on Thursday, when suddenly a loud report was heard, and
four of the boy's lingers fell in different parts of the room, while fragments of his slate flew about the
room, striking a number of the
scholars. Young Oonry was thrown
to the floor and the blood spurted in
streams from his shattered hand.
He was carried home and the
remainder of his hand had to be
amputated. It was a, long timo
before tho mysterious explosion
could bo explained, and then it was
learned that the boy had a dunlin
cap, a powerful fulminate used in
tho mines, fitted on tho ond of his
slate pencil, Whilo at thn blackboard he began picking at tho
explosive cap with his knife, with
the result staled.
Says an exchange : Somo of tho
Scandinavian women who wore
saved from the luckless Denmark
kissed Captain Murrell, of tho Missouri, who had saved them from a
watery grave. They were just going
oil' to the North-West, and they
showed that they were not destitute
of gratitude and ordinary human
feelings when they said farewell to
thoir deliverer. It may bo taken
for granted that the husbands and
sweethearts of the women did not
object to their emotional tribute of
thankfulness. The cool and brave
seaman, who, with his officers and
mon, saved upwards of seven hundred people from tbe cruel Atlantic,
is certainly worthy of being remembered. Captain Knudsen, of the
Denmark, also is deserving of
honour for the rare judgment he
showed in getting his passengers off
his ship whon he did, in fine weather
and whon there seemed to be n
slight possibility of the Denmark
living through her troubles. Whatever their fortunes are in the land
of their adoption, tho seven hundred
rescued ones may certainly begin
to congratulate themselves that they
have, as Gonzalo says, "no drowning
mark upon them,"
THE NEW MINISTER.
Sir Julien Paunceforte is Received
by Ur. Blaine and President
Harrison.
The   Governor-General's   Speech
from the Throne in Dismissing
Dominion Parliament.
H. M. S. Amphiou Arrives at San
Francisco en route for British
Columbia.
Children Cryfor Pitched Castoria
FAUNCEFOTE RECEIVED.
Washington, May, H — Soorotnry
HIainu was at the state' department
this morning and received Sir Julian
Pauncefote, the new British minister,
who was accompanied by tho members
of hia legation. Shortly afterwards
the party went tu tho White house
and Sir Julian was formally presented
to the president by Secretary Blaine.
MUItUEK, SUICIDE AND FIfiE.
Edobkley, ha.,  May  3.—A  mer-
ohnnt named Melwick, living ab Blair,
shot and killed his wife and two children yesterday afternoon, He then set
tire to his house, and after waiting until the struoturo was thoroughly enveloped in flames, shot and killed himself. Tho bodies of his wife and children were almost wholly incinerated.
STRUCK BY A TRAIN.
Philadelphia, Pa., May 3—A horse
and coach   containing  a  number  of
gassengers' was struck by a train on the
'ennsylvania Ettilroad, at Bridgeport
crossing, this morning. Two were
killed and four badly injured. The
killed aro F. K. Womroth and James
Finigan. Names of the injnred not
ascertained.
H. M. S. AMPHION AT   SAN    FRANCISCO.
San Francisco, Vhy. 3.—The British man-of-war Amphion, which left
England January 20th for Vancouver,
B. C, put into port this morning for
letters, and will sail this afternoon.
yachting gossip.
New York, May 3,—Yachtsmen
hore generally discredit the story that
tho Earl of Dunraven declines to race
the Valkyrio for the American cup. A
letter iB duo now from the Earl. The
London Times believes that there is a
misunderstanding in connecton with
Lord Dunraven's challenge, whioh
wilt be amicably arranged.
TEUUIHLE RIOT IN GEORGETOWN.
New York, May 3.—Following is
Among the Panama advices to-day, via
ss. Newport: Details of a serious riot
in Georgetown, Demerara, beginning
March 19 and lasting 3 days, have
just been received at Panama, The
immediate causo of the riotiug was a
quarrel in the market between a Portugese and a negro, in which the latter was knocked senseless and is said
to have received fatal injuries. The
rtaal cause; RoweferP 'watf an old feud
between the immigrant Portugese and
the negro population. Oertaiu recent
judicial decisions in favor of Portugese
prisoners had inflamed the negroes and
only the alJgh<-oat spark was needed to
start the mino. This was furnished
by a fracas in tho market, and in a few
hours' time Georgetown was a scene of
wild riot and confusion, which might
havo been averted by prompt action of
the officers. A rabble of thousands of
frantic and senseless negroes rushed
through the Btreets, spreading destruction whenever they encountered
Portugese or their proporty. The authorities were paralyzed, and opposed
to the mob a very inadequate force of
police, special constables, and volunteers, armed only with police batons.
The rioters outnumbered them fifteen
to one and were armed -vith stones,
sticks, broken bottles, cutlasses and
some pistols. The result was deplorable. Tho city defenders were overpowered and roughly handled, although
they succeeded in taking three hundred prisoners. The follow-no; day
arms were resorted to and on tho third
day order was re-established. Very
many persons were seriously wounded
and the hospitals were filled with victims, a fow of whom died. None of
the government forces were killad. The
damage to the city is estimated at ovor
a hundred thousand dollars.
arrested for staoe rouceby.
Fresno, Cal., May 3.—Wells, Fargo
& (Jo. received a despatch from their
agent at Nogales, Ariz., this morning
stating that Robt Stewart had been
arrested there for robbing tho stage
near here, last July, of £8,000 in
amalgam, which was being carried by
the express company. Stewart is on
hi- way here in custody of officers.
A SI.ISSIKU   J OURNAMST—INSUBORDINATION.
San Francisco, May 3.—It is now
belioved that David L. Hackett, of the
Napa Joi.nu.iist, who has heen missing
for a week, hns gone to Oregon or
Washington Territory, owing to financial troublos.
The seven seamen of thu schooner
Carrio A, Lane, charged by their captain with insubordination, havo been
held for trial by the United States
co minim inner.
A DESPKRADOCAPTUltEN.
Los Angeles. May 3.—Jerry Smith,
the desperado who itssaultod a middle
aged woman, on Sunday, lied to his
houso last night, resisted arrest, and
shot Sheriff Aguirro iu tho arm. Uo
was driven from tho house after it had
been set on fire and succeeded in making his escape, but was captured by
several deputy sheriff-*, in a coal house,
nt four o'clock this morning. A loaded
revolver aud half a hundred cartridges
wero found on him.
THE CONTRACT BURNED.
San Francisco, May 3.*—The celebrated Sharon case was the producer
of another sensation to-day. It came
up before tho supreme court for argument on tho ordor of Superior Judge
Sullivan, denying Mrs. Terry a now
trial. During the courso of the argument tho court askod for tho "marriage
contract" alleged to been drawn up by
tho deceased Senator Sharon and Mrs,
Terry, then Sarah Althea Hill, aud
which was nullified by the federal
court about a year ago. David Terry,
plaintiff's husband, informed the court
thnt the dooumout could not be pro*
duced as it hsd been burnod by tho
fire at his home In Fresno. The announcement created great surprise.
The argument will be concluded tomorrow,
TUB SUGAR MARKET.
New York, May 3.-Thero it a
prospect of a still further advauce  in
the price of sugar. The market for
raw sugars has been strong at the advanced prices that hare been oharged,
and late advices from principal shipping ports continues the report of the
short crops. The banks in Havana
aro advancing loans on the crop to 00
per cent of its value, and this enables
plautors to hold their sugar for higher
prices. The market is satisfactory at
present, but brokers look for better
prices before many days.
PRIZE FIOHT.
New York, May 2.—-Billy Murray,
of thia city, fought Jack Lyman, of
Boston, in Brooklyn this morning, for
a purso of $500 and tho 1101b.. championship. Murray won in the thirty-
ninth round. Lyman iu tbe thirty-
seventh round received a terrific blow
on tho loft eye, blinding him, but ho
would not give in till tbo thirty-ninth
round, when he wns knocked out.
TIME   TO PREPARE.
Washington, May 2.—The president to-day respited, until the 17th
inst., Nelson Cohort, a young negro
sentenced to bo hanged here to-morrow
for the murder of one Wenzel, 80 years
of age. The respite ii granted to allow him to prepare for death, as tho
motion for a new trial was only refused
yesterday.
SPEECn FftOSI THE THRONB.
Ottawa, May 2.—Parliament was
prorogued to-day by Lord Stanley, tho
governor-genera], with the usual formalities. The speech of his excellency
was as follows:
Honorable Gmtkmtn of the Senate; Gentlemen of the Mouse of Commons;
In relieving you of the arduous
labors which the present session of
parliament has imposed on you, 1 rejoice that I am ablo to congratulate
you on the number of important and
useful measures which have resulted
from your deliberations.
I have reason to hope that tho authority which you have conferred on
my government will enable it tn conclude an arrangement for effective
steam communication with Europe and
with Asia, whereby the trade and
commerce of Canada will be widely extended, and the traffio passing over
her lines of communication grealy developed.
You have again made liberal pro-.
vision for extending tho railway facilities of the Dominion and for increasing their efficiency.
The aot relating to the electoral franchise will, I believe, be found an important improvement tending to economy and cerluintv iti the administration of that branch of the law.
The measures by which the system
of speedy trial for criminals has been
extended to tho maritime provinces is
likely to prove a valuable addition to
our criminal procedure.
It is gratifying to know that your
address, referring to the boundaries of
Ontario, will lead to the early settlement of the principle question, whioh
has remained unsettled to the present
time between tho provinco and the
Dominion, in a manner entirely satisfactory to all concerned.
The amendment of the law relating
to copyright will, it is hoped, remedy
some of. the embarrassments under
whicli the printers and publishers of
Canada have labored for some years
past, without doing an injustice to
authors in this or other countries.
You have provided for greater efficiency and economy in the postal service; forgiving greater facilities for
the settlement of our lauds in the
North West Territories, aud for increasing the safeguards of Itfe and property on our ships, Many of the other
measures, although of a minor character, will be found of great usefulness
in conducting the affairs of the administration.
Gentlemen of tiu House, of Commnoj;
You have liberally provided for the
various requirements of the public service.
{[on. Gentlemen, of the Senate, Gentlemen of the House of Ccmmons.
In taking leave of you, I congratulate you on the indications of prosperity which appears in aU parts of Canada
and on the increasing revenue which
promises amply to meot the appropriations for the year. I sincerely nope
tho labors of our people may be blessed
by the Diivne Providence, and that
when it shall be my duty to summon
you again, J shall be able to renew the
congratulations whieh I have already
expressed on the marked welfare and
progress of the Dominion.
Parliament is likely to meet again
early in January, so Sir John Macdonald intimated last night. The prorogation ceremonies passed off with the
usual elaci. There were a thousand
spectators present. Colonel Prior,
M, P., was in uniform as one of the
aidc-de-camps in attendance upon
his excellency the governor-general.
HONI1RS FOR CAPT,  MURRELL,
Baltimore, May 1.—Oapt. Murrell,
his officers and crew, were again besieged to-day, and presented with medals in recognition of tho rescue of tho
Denmark's passengers. The medals
for tho officers are of gold, and thesea-
mens' aro of silver. To-night thoy
were givon a banquet, on which occasion Capt. Murrell was presented
with a Bilvcricepitoher. Philadelphia
sprang a surpriso on overybody at tho
feast when J. W. Gadsen, of that city,
arose and on behalf of Philadelphia
presented a cheque for $2,500, tho
money to be divided between the officers and crow ot the Missouri. He
said the subscription in Philadelphia
for them netted »3,100, $600 of it being used to purchase merit medals
which would be presented to the officers and crow on shipboard to-morrow.
KANAKAS FOR SALT LAKE.
San Franoibco, May 1.—For over
six months tliere has been a large influx of Hawaiian Islanders, both male
and femalo, scarcely a schooner arriving without a load. The Kanakas
have been invariably under tho guidance of one or more Mormon elders,
who explained to customs authorities
that the swarthy immigrants wero eon*
verts to the taith of Joseph Smith,
and wero on thoir way to Utah. The
customs officers now boliove that the
flawaiiana aro being brought to the
country to work ns farm hands iu the
stronghold of polygamy, in flagrant
violation of tbo contract labor law, and
have determined to investigate thu
matter. maa^l^m^m^^mm^
Johnnio McLeod, one of the victims
of the High Bluff tragedy, succumbed
to his wounds at tho general hospital
at Winnipeg, Wednesday morning,
DINED AND WINED.
The American Representatives to
the Samoan Conference to Dine
with the Emperor.
Conybeare, H.P., Receives a Three
Mouths' Sentence bnt Appeals
and is Released on Bail.
-Winthe" Wins the Thousand Sovereigns Stakes at the Newmarket Races To-day.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
GERMAN  DIPLOMACY.
Berlin, May 3.—The American
commissioners to tho Samoan conference havo been invited to dine with
the omperor at Potsdam.
A TOUCHING INTERVIEW.
London, May 3.*—Madame Dufaux,
daughter of M. Henri Rochefort, who
has gone to Franco to attend the
funeral of his son, who committed
suicide at Bone, met her father at
Dover. Their meeting and subsequent
iiitemow was extremoly  touching.
THE CEREAL.
Liverpool, May 3.—Wheat uog-
lectod; Cala., 6s. IGd.
CONYBEARE APPEALS.
Dublin, May 3.—Conybeare, Glad-
stouiau, M.P. for Camborne • division
of Cornwall, has been convicted of violating the Crimes act ahd sentenced to
threo months imprisonment withont
hard labor. He appealed and has
been liberated on bail,
FOR POPE AND   KAISER.
Vienna, May 3.—The Catholic con*
gross adjourned yesterday with cheers
for tho popo and the Kaiser.
winthe wins.
London, May 3,—-At the Newmarket Spring meeting to-day the race
for the "one thousand sovereigns
stakes" was won by Winthe, Winkle
second, Polka third.
COLIN CAMPBELL DEAD.
Cape Town, Soutli Africa, May 3.—
Campbell, third son of the Duke of
Argyle, died here yesterday.
THE SAMOAN CONFERENCE.
London, May 2.—-The proceedings
of the Samoan Conferenoo in Berhn
are followed with groat intorest in
England, and nearly all the London
papers contain daily comment ou the
matters now being deliberated at the
German capital. The Radical press is
persistent in its accussation that Lord
Salisbury has leanings towards German
interests in the Conference and intimates that tho German nnd English
commissioners seem to work together
in the conference and are jointly opposed to the American commissioners.
It is, the Radical papors assert, a grave
blunder to sacrifice American to Ger-
mau interests. T England has or ought
to have ifforo in common with the
United States than with Germany.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
A hig rail wny donl ia on between the
Manitoba & Northwestern Road  and   '
tho Northern Pacific & Manitoba.   It
is said the two roads will  be  consolidated to fight Ihe Canadian Pacific
A. Ashley, ex-reeveofThurlow,Ont,
Wednesday recovered $5,000 damages
from a neighbor named Benton Tor
criminally knowing Mrs. Ashley and
alienating her affections from her husband.
The body of an unknown man was
found Wednesday night at Fort Rouge
with a bullet through his head and a
revolver by hiB side. It is thought it
is a case of suicide, but his identity is
a mystery.
Robert Mackenzie, secretary-treasurer of the Wellington, Ont., Agricultural Society, has disappeared. The
books of the society show a shortage
of $1,200. An investigation will be
instituted immediately.
Judge Dugas yesterday entered an
action for $25,000 damages agaiust Le
Monde newspaper, of Montreal, alleging that the paper defamed his character while he was on the Megantic expedition hunting tho outlaw Morrison.
L. Ar. Hamilton, C. P. R. land commissioner, says there will be no Und
for homesteading next year in Manitoba, so rapidly has the ground been
taken up this spring. During April
just closed, the company disposed of
50,000 aores more land than they sold
in the whole year of 1887.
The remains of two more charred
victims of the G. T. Railway disaster
have been identified. Those taken
away wore Morgan R. Scullen, of Chi-
cago, aud H. L. Hall, a retired merchant of Evansville, Ind, Mrs. Geo,
Crunnnetts was sent to Chicago to-day.
It is almost certain that Oharles J. C.
Fraser, of Toronto; J. L. Cornick, of
Chicago; J. B. Sterns, of Camden,
Mo., Frederick Duthie and wife, of
Kansas Oity, aro among the dead,
Duthie and wife wore expected at New
York on Sunday. A locket belonging
to Duthie was identified by his brother,
Tho thirteen dead nre therefore accounted for, leaving six bodies yet to
be identified. A thorough search of
uuclaimcd baggage reveals tho following names; H. Levi, Chicago; Mrs.
Smith (no address); Capt. Butler,
Cook county insane asylum, Chicago;
Randall Orr, Omaha. At the coroner's
inquest Inst night, Oapt. Hall and
David Walker, of Toronto, testified
that at the time of the accident the
train was not making moro than 25
miles an hour.
The tiemnd slessMr's Mlsftap.
A telegraphic despatch from Port
Towniend was received ln this oity
yesterday afternoon containing the
information that ths steamer North
Pacifio had met with an aeoident to
her machinery, and that the Olympian
would leave at 6 o'olook with the Pacific's passengers on board for Victoria.
On the Arrival of tho Olympian very
mesgfe particulars of the nature of the
accident oould be obtained, tho only
information volunteered being that
the North Pacifio ran ashore at
Oree Point, about midway between
Seattlo and Tacoma, shortly beforo 0
o'clock yesterday morning, on her return trip to Viotoria. The Olympian
caught up her passengers but did hot
bring over any of the freight due by
the North Pacific—Thursday's Coto-
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According to tho Melbourne correspondent of The Colonies and
India, tho great Melbourne centennial exhibition was a colossal failure.
It was badly conducted, and everybody who had anything to do with
it, we are told, except tho "highly-
paid officials and champagne-imbibing commissioners," hnd a sorry experience. The greatest mismanagement was in tho jury department.
When the correspondent wrote,
twenty-two days after the clone of
the exhibition, tho awards in fifty-
one of the sections yet remained
to be published, and at the closing
oeremony dummy scrolls of awards
were presented to the representatives
of the nations of the various courts,
One half of the exhibits not having
been judged at the time. "No government or private exhibition in the
annals of all exhibition history", we
are told, "was ever so grossly mismanaged, and especially in the jury
department, as this has been." One
result is that the taxpayers of Victoria are out of pocket to the extent
of about £300,000.
A grave, but at the same time
highly amusing, case came before
the Sydney police courts recently in
connection with the general elec.
tions, says The Colonies and India.
A man who was caught red-handed
impersonating a voter in one of tho
polling booths in Sydney made a
confession to the efl'ect that ho was
oue of a large party who had been
engaged by an election committee
to vote the "protectionist ticket."
In his gang of valiant protectionists
there were no less than eighteen,
and they were to receive for their
services 15s, a day, and 7s. 6d, a
day extra if tho protectionist candidates were elected. They went to
the booths in small batches, and recorded votes in accordance with the
names and numbers handed to thom
by the committee, and were constantly returning to the committee
rooms to change coats end hats, the
more easily to pass muster before
the scrutineers. One of these latter,
however, was -'squared," and was
introduced to the band of honest
personators before the polling commenced. Ho occupied a position at
the tablo with the deputy returning
officer, and ns the personators approached a sign was given by stroking the ear, which informed him that
they wero "friends.",., Ijl?u$8 turn
he stroked his ear-it all was not
light, and they were thus enabled to
'-clear" from danger without committing themselves. The unfortunate
fellow who was caught had polled
about a dozen "plumpers" for the
protectionist bunch, but he seems to
have been interlarding his votes
with glasses of beer, and so mistook
the ear signal when there was terrible danger right iu front of him.
As the policeman who arrested him
observed, "I could stand him comin'
-in four or five times, but he was
comin'in too thick altogether." And
tm he was arrested, and has probably
got the usual "six months' hard" by
thia time.
We  learn from the Sherbrooke
Gazette, says the Empire, that the
manufacture of superphosphate has
been begun at Capelton in the eastern townships, and that the phosphate made there  is  sold cheaper
than thut imported from Great Britain   or the United States, or than
the same grade of fertilizer is sold to
the  United  States farmer.    The
Empire adds ; .For the manufacture
of   superphosphates   Canada   hns
many advantages to recommend it.
Our beds of mineral phosphates aro
amongst tho best nud most extensive  in the world, and are easily
accessible,    Large quantities of the
mineral, roughly broken, are shipped
to England, treated and mixed, and
a little of   this   finds its way, at a
* greatly   enhanced   prico,   back   to
Canada.   With a little moro care to
produce sulphuric acid, for the production  of  which we have ample
material in industries already established, there would be no obstacle in
the way of profitably manufacturing
tbe superphosphate here and exporting it to -England.   The homo demand is not, unfortunately, as groat
As  it should be.   Experiment has
plainly shown that superphosphate
is  one of  the very best fertilizers
that could be used on many of our
farms.   Used  alone, its  efl'ect is
very great, and when mixed with
barnyard manure, experiments made
at Guelph a few years ago showed
that it gave better results than the
manure, or than when it was used
unmixed  wtth   other ingredients,
North Carolina phosphate, naturally
inferior to that derived.from tbe
Lfturentian country, is produced in
very.large quantity and meets a
ready sale over a largo part of the
old lands of the Middlo aim Southern
Statei.. The general judgment is
that it pays to use it,   In many
parts of the old provinces of Canada,
where the' soil  has been partially
exhausted) no doubt a similar expo- ■
rience would  be had, if Canadian
phosphates were in general use.       |
The Pamell commission inquiry,
which  was  practically  concluded
with the exposure and confession of
tho ill-fated Pigott, a little over two
months ago, is still dragging its slow
length along.   The dofenco is now
having its innings, with the result
of emphasizing, in favor of Parnell
and his associates, the signal failure
of   the   Times' prosecution.     Sir
Oharles Russell's speech on opening
the defence, about tho middle of last
month, a   telegraphic  summary of
which wo published at the time, was
a splendid effort, destined to become
classical, if the exprossion may bo
used, in the annals of British forensic lore, and to be accorded a place
boside Edmund Burke's famous arraignment of Warren   Hastings, in
the last century.   The distinguished
lawyer and  orator put his  wholo
heart and soul, as well as powerful
intellect, into a masterly statement
of the case, concluding with a burning   peroration,   whose    effect  on
bench, bar  and audience was profound.    We  quoto briefly:   "My
lords, 1   have como to an end.   I,
have spoken of tho land of my birth,
but I feel, profoundly feel, that I
have been speaking in the best interests of  England, of  the country
where my years of  laborious life
have been passed, and where I have
received kindness and consideration
and regard whioh I shall be glad to
make  an  attempt  to repay.   My
lords,   my colleagues  and   myself
have had a responsible duty.   We
have had to defend not merely tho
leaders of  a  nation, but a nation
itself—to  defend  the leaders of a
nation whom it was sought to crush,
to defend   a nation whose hopes it
was sought to dash to the ground.
This   inquiry, intended as a curse,
has  proved a blessing.    Designed,
prominently designed, to   ruin one
man, it  has  been his vindication.
In opening this case I said we represented the accused,   I now claim
leave   to say the positions are reversed.   We are the accusers.   The I
accused aro there.   [Pointing scorn- j
fully to Mr. Walters and Mr. Macdonald of the Times.]   But I hope
this inquiry, in its present stage aud
future development, will serve even
more than the vindication of  individuals—that it will remove painful
misconceptions as to the character,
actions, motives and aims of  the
Irish poople and of the lenders of
the  Irish people* that it will set
earnest minds—and thank God there
are many earnest and honest minds
in this country—thinking for themselves upon this question; that it
will remove grevious misconceptions
and hasten the day of true union and
reconciliation when there will be dispelled and dispelled forever,thecloud,
the weighty cloud, that has rested on
the history of a  noble   man, and
dimmed   the  glory of   a   mighty
empire!"   Toward   the  close  Sir
Charles   Russell's   voice  began to
falter.   More than once he had to
brush the tears from his eyes, and
when, at length, he sank into his
seat,   the   nervous  strain  of   six
days' almost continuous   speaking
nnd   tho  pent-up  excitement and
emotion of months found vent, nud
the strong mau sobbed like a child,
Thero were many  others,   men  as
well as women, who shed tears, and
were   not  ashamed   of  it.   Even
President Hannen lost his judical
balance and being too much moved
to speak, tremblingly wrote on a
slip of paper a warm expression of i
congratulation and admiration and
passed it down to Sir Oharles. Then ,
the whole court crowded around the
orator, who, half ashamed of the
emotion he had shown, hurried away
with his wife and daughter, who had
had  the felicity of witnessing his
triumph.
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u ,,5,o    Reid cfc €-txiic_v±G.
D. MePHADEN,
Dust's Brisk Blook, Couioti* Stser,
OFFERS FOR SALE
A Full Stoek of Ferry A Co.'s
Field|Garden Seeds
Red, White and Alsike Clover
Seeds.
Timothy, Rye,  Lawn and Blue
Grass Seeds.
ALSO-FIRST-CLASS STOOK OF
GROCERIES-^PROVISIONS
COFFEE rooBted and ground on the promises.
Choice lot of IMPORTED TEAS.
™_A11 Goods sold at lowest prices and
delivered free to all parts of the city,    dto
M.A.McRAE
merchant 1 tailor
BEAUTIFUL RANOH OF
Black «Si Fancy Worsteds
Striped snd Chock
foil spring and summer.
Opp. Oolonial Hotil
Coiombia St.,  •  New Westjiisstki.
dwmbzsto
TIME    CARD.
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The Fine First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Lonvo tho O. r. N. Co.'s Wharf,
■ VIST
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AT 7 A. M.,
FOR OHIUIWIMOK AND WM POSTS, j ,1
BetnrnlnB ETory
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
Wtasn .ulBolout Inducement offer, sbs
will proooed lo HOPE nnd on such
occasion, will leave her whar*
.l'l ..'ml
Ooi-noctlng Willi tho 0. P. S, 0o.'s Steamer
for Victoria.
JOHN IRVING, Mannior.
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Get Our Prices and Sec the Goods.   One Car of these Plows to
Arrive about the 20th inst.
F.G. Strickland* Co.
ANOTHER CARLOAD
-fust Reoeived, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
Intending Buyers should make a note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
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H. T. READ & CO.,
HAI1DWARB MERCHANTS.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine Shop
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
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KJKHILTI K VI, & ALL KIN IIS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order. '
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AHD DISPATCH.
P. _..—All orders from tlio upper country promptly attended to.
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FLANNELS, WORSTEDS & all kMsof Woolen Coodsj
HEADV-MADI' CLOTHING.
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factures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Homej
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FKONT STREET, WESTMINSTER.
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Columbia Street, New Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PURVEYORS IN GENERAL. FRESH AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
S**TSpecial Hues quoted for tho shipping trade.   Family orders strictly attended
to.   Hotels will find It to thoir interest to plsce their orders with the shove firm.
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MANAHAN &"REICHENBACH.
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DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Bacon, Sausage, Bolognas, Etc
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The Columbian PniNTisa Establibhhkkt hu first-das. facilities for
all kinds of Commercial Printing. Bill Head.-. Letter Headi, Circular.,
Cardi, Envelopes, Blank Forme of every description, Poetere, Dodjeri,
Prlee List*, ■»• Prices will be found as low as at any other offic whew
first-clan work i. done,
HARNESS SADDLES and DRIDLES!
"WHIPS,
SADDLEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Block,     '
Columbia Street,      New Westminster, B. C_
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WORKMANSHIP.   TRICES LOW.
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RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
'UNUFACTUBKRS, ADD DEALH1S IN
All KinAs of Roaeb and Dressea LnmliBr
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
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WOOd Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows*
Moal-ltnjra. Balusters.
Blinds. Brackets.
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK
nolMwly THE PHONOGRAPH/
If, ns tlicy say, tlio phonograph   ' •.
Can talk und sing and cry and laugh,
It, as a wonder, takes tho cuke
And will a revolution make,
At homo we'll hear the sweetest notes''
From prima donnas silvery throats;
The finest orchestra will play
Concerts and operas all day,
. We'll hear tho grand pianists pound;
Lectures and speeches will resound;
Tho ftroatest actors will declaim,
And all the preachers known to fame.
We'll hear loved voices from the tomb
Without a "spirit" Inthe room*-   *
In faet, wo need no longer roam,
For wo'U be entertained at homo.
All agents who have things to hawk i
-Will leavo a phonograph to talk,
And lovers can tho question pop
With tbls machine withont a stop.
■ W» figures with this thing inside,
And with maoblnery to guide
Their lifo-liko motions, will be found
In country pulpits all around.
So every littlo church unknown
Can have a Tnlmage of Its own,
With waxen Pattls in tbo ohoir
To all the rustio souls Inspire,
The Mrs. Caudles now can sleep
And leave a phonograph to heap
Coal Ores on thoir husbands, who
0'ii't stop tho looturo till it's through,
With this infernal thing let loose
Aud put to every kind of uso
Wo shall be earetul what we Bay)
For it will glvo us dead away,
-II. (7, Dodge, in Detroit Free Prut,
TOO MANY GOVERNORS.
A Western Convention   Where
Every Beat Held a Delegate.
The largo number of political conventions
has reminded me of one of tho first "State"
1 conventions held in Dakota, writes FredH.
Cttrruth in the New York Tribune. The
Territory was not, of courso, a State, but
that didn't hinder tho politicians from holding ii Stato convention once in awhile and
putting in nomination a full State ticket, so
in caao Congress should admit tho Territory the officers would bo all ready to take
thoir Boats ond begin drawing tholr pay.
At this convention some trouble was experienced in effecting an organization, as
there wero eleven candidates for chairman,
but it was flnaUy'accompllshed by embracing an opportunity when eight of thom bad
gono out to tako a drink with ono of tho
candidates for Secretary of Stato, and combining on one and electing him. Other routine work took up the day, and it was not
till evening that the nomination of State ofll-
General White, tho chairman, called the
convention to ordor by pounding on the
desk with a slung-Bhot covorcd with fino
stamped leather, and poured out a gloss ot
water and took a drink otit. Tho fine sense
of humor possessed by tho audience was so
touched by this that it (the audience) broke
Into nn applause which lasted nearly fivo
minutes, the-chairman meanwhile smiling
and looking at the water still remaining iu
tho glass with a somewhat perplexed air,
when order was finally restored by General
Whito appointing an investigating committee to see what tho liquid wns, Nominations
for Governor were called for, and Colonel
Joo Reynolds prosontod tho namo of Sonator A. H. ltansome, Mojor Hill that of Governor Georgo Bird, Judgo Dean Decker that
of Hon. Jap Powers, Lieutenant Judkins
that of Colonel Mixter, Commodore Harney
that of Judge Tipton, and Sonator Peoples
tbat of Major Poindextor. Soveral othors
wore also casually mentioned without having speeches made in their behalf. j
It wus rumored on tho convention floor
that thoro were a few othor candidates coming outsido on tho run.
There was a great uproar all tho way
through and whon it partially subsided it
was found that Dr. Davo Skinner, of Stray-
horse County, had got tho sheet-Iron drum
of tho stove just about worn out by pounding on it with an old iron pump-handle.-■ A
candidate for Judge of the Supreme Court,
whilo applauding tho namo of Colonel
Mixter, slipped up and! fell on his back, ra-
] u-ing himself bo that he had to bo removed
from the hall and carried to the bar-room of
his hotel on a door. Govornor Whitney-
one of the oldest men in the convention,
and extremely dignified, also got into a personal altercation near the middlo of the
hall with a man from Custer County, who
was a candidate for State Treasurer, and
beforo thoy could be separated tho Governor had his coat torn off and watch-chain
broken. 'The old gentleman would, however, have reduced tho number of prospective State Treasurers if they bad lot blm
alone, aa he bod tho man from Custer down,
and was yelling wildly and jumping on him
with both foet when pulled off.
Vic Smith, of Sentinel Butte, had just announced that as the convention seemed unable to agree on its candidate for Govornor,
he had tho names of three new candidates
which he would take pleasure in presenting,
when General Climber, who had como to
the Territory from Missouri in 166% got the
floor, and said:
"Mr. Chairman; Allow mo to say a word.
If wo go on this way we shall have more
Governors than we know what to do with.
Instead of ono Chief Executive wo shall
havo a crowd reaching from Jim river to
Sundown. Gentlemen, when tho stranger
from the wornout East comes among us and
looks at our State House, which we expect
to erect, and sees the feet ot men sticking
out of the windows, and asks in Inquiring
tones: 'Who are them gildorflukes with the
feeLI'we shall have to answer him: 'State
Governors.1
■i When the hardy settler on our broad and
fertilo prairies rises from his bed after a
night of sweot and dewy repose, and, drawing aside the window curtain, looks out
across) the gray landscape toward whero
the sun, in hts splendor, is coming up out
oftho golden Orient, his astonished gaze
will bo met by four long, gray streaks
hurrying through the morning light' on the
dead run! Governors, gentlemen, rushing
to the capital to take the oath of offico 1
'■ Governors will jostle us on. tho streets;
wo shall throw a stone at a hen and kill a
Governor; special trains will jump off the
track and take a short cut for tho capital to
let a delegation of Governors in on the
ground floor,
•'Our towns will bo deserted and our fields
lay barren while tho poople will ho oft waiting to get into a capital building to oot as
Governors, where Governors already Btick
out of the transoms.
•• In that solemn hour, gentlemen, when
they all hope to meet, in that hour when the
least of thoso unto tho greater hopes to
come together, eaeh with all tho others, in
that sweetly sad time—I refer, my friends,
to when they assemble at tho treasury to
draw their pay—at that Ume, thoro won't
he two bits apleee ior tbem,
"Gentlemen, do we want to Gleet suchn
awarm of Governors) Shall wo depopulate
this fair land for tho sake of being ablo to
say that our'highest Executive offico can
muster moro mon than the standing army}
When ono of our legislative bills Is signed
do we want to havo to paste a roll of wallpaper to it to accommodate tho signatures of
tbo Governors) Would it not be better, my
frionds, to throw overboard all these numerous and light-weight gentlemen who aspire teethe offlce,andeleotsomelargo,brainy,
able, scholarly, patriotic, dignified, polished
and popular man and try to scrub suoh along
with him as our Governor) 1 know a man,
peculiarly endowed by farsoelng nature for
the office; a man to whom the finger of
fato has ever pointed and said: 'There ia
the man for the flrst State Governor of pa>
hotel* Gentlemen, friends, fellow-citizens,
t irefor to myself t I present to you the
name of old General Jesse Climber, known
from Pembina to tbe Cheyenne Crossing
and from Little Muddy to Yankton Plat, as
tho squarest man that ovor looked through
a collar! Straight as a greenback, gentle-
mon, and able as a two-year-old steorl
Never hcked-in a fair flght and in the rnco
tostay tilt tho hide of the last opponent is
hung on tho fence I"
When tho General sat down, which he
did on tho back of a chair with bis foot on
the Beat, thore was nppluuso whtch caused
the floor to break down in ono corner and
let three candidates for State Auditor down
into tho saloon below. '
_. By "putting tho top.&f the tabic'In a
couplo of places with the Blung-Btot,
tho chairman finally restored ordor. A voto
waa called for, and.General Climber Insist-
ed on -.voting first, regardless of any alphabetical arrangements, and cast the voto for
himself. Othors followed, and ho was nominated almost unanimously, and of courso
afterward olected, as the Statehood uprising
wus a general rather than a party movement, aud thoro waa no otber ticket in the
field, Tho defeated candidates for Govornor wero pacified by oach being given something else; nnd by tho creation of several
now offices, suoh as Second Assistant Stato
Treasurer, State Veterinary Surgeon, Stato
3upovlutendent of Election Frauds, etc.,
enough were provided to go around and
thoro wero uo bitteivdisappointments left to
ranklo in the bosoms of the defeated. Tbe
Committeo on the Restriction of Liquor
Soiling thon reported, recommending as
its majority report for high license, and
stating tbat Judge Perkins, of tho committee, wished to submit a minority report in
favor of rigid prohibition, but that unfortunately tho Judge bad imbibed a little too
freely, and would not probably be ablo to
stand on hia feet and use parliamentary language fluently beforo tho next morning, or
possibly tbe day after. A motion to adjourn
waflthon carried and the members wont
down and joined the three candidates for
Auditor who had gone through the floor.
BANDANA 'KERCHIEFS.
How Thoy Are Made and Printed in tbe
Great Scotch Factories.
All bandana handkerchiefs, which used
to bo imported from India In conaiderablo
quantities in the ond of the last and beginning of tho present century, and an essential part ot Uio equipment ot tho man ot
fashion, wero long a puzzlo to tho printers
and dyers of Great Britain, Bays tho Hah-
crdasher. They wero of silk, and boro white
spots ono uniformly dyed red ground. Tho
spots wero produced by tying up tbo cloth
at those parts so tightly that when tho
handkerchief was dipped into tho dyo the
lattor could not ponotrato tho protected
parte. Whon the cloth was dyodoad tho
tyings loosed the white spots relieved thorn-
Many attempts were mado in Great Britain to imitate this product of Indian industry,
but with littlo success until about tho year
1811, whonM. KcBChliu invented tho "discharge process" of figuring dyed cloth.
This beautiful discovery was at onco adopt
cd by MosBrs. Montolth & Co., of Glasgow,
and so successfully worked as to produco
goods exceeding in beauty tho famous bandanas of India. Several othor Glasgow
firms turned their attention to the production of bandanas, and the city and its
neighborhood has since enjoyed almost a
monopoly of this branch of manufacture.
The cloth Intended for bandanas is dyed
of a uniform color—most eommonly red or
bluo-and a dozen pieces are laid one over
another and wound upon a roller. This roller
is placed on bearings behind a press of peculiar construction. The press consists
of a bed-plato mounted on hydraulic gear,
and an upper plate or " platen." The printing, if we may so cnll it, ia done by means
of two stout plates of lead, fixed to the upper and lower plates of the press respectively. If design Is to consist of, say,
white spots on the colored ground,
the exposed surfaces ot tho lead
plates have cut Into them a series of
depressions corresponding to the size and
number of tno spots desired. Theso havo
to bo accurately placed, so that when tho
two platea are brought together tho depressions of one shall tall exaoUyovor those in
the other. All being ready, tho pressman
takes hold of the end of the twelve-fold web
of cloth and lays it ontho lower plate; tho
plates are thc-i brought together with a
presBureof two or threo hundred tons. It
will bo noted that now tho wholo body of
the oloth is tightly pinched oxcept those
parte which como between tbo depressions
in tho plates. Communicating with each of
theso depressions aro openings through tho
upper plate, and channels leading thereto.
When tbo pressuro - is fully on, a tap is
opened aud a stream of bleaching liquid
flows along tho channels in tho upper plate
and finds its way by tho aperture to tho
cloth, through which it passes and makes its
exit by the opening in tho depressions in
tho lower plate. To quicken the action of
tho liquid and cause It to ponotrato tho exposed parts of the oloth thoroughly, a force
pump is employed. As tho liquid passes
through tbe cloth it dissolves tho connection between tho mordant and tho coloring
matter, and carries oft tho lattor, leaving
tho part It has como into contact with purely white. A press attended by ono man is
capable of producing seven hundred handkerchiefs, per day. Thero ts no limit to tho
variety of forms that may be given to the
cleared spaces, and many boautiful effects
uro produced by printing various colore
Into theso. Tbo effect of tho adoption of
-tbls process of producing bandanas waa (It
uecd, scarcely be said) to reduce thoir cost
enormously and consequently bring them
into greater extended use.
THE SEA ANEMONE.
A Queer Littlo Animal with Many Anns
aud Big AppoUtos.
In structure tho sea anemone conaista of
a sac divided by vertical partitions into as
many distinct cavities as thero aro fingers
or tentacles, says tbe Baltimore Sun. At
birth there aro six of these cavities, then
come twelve, noxt forty-oigbt, and so on.
Tho mouth of .the nnimal occupies the con ter
of tho crown or head of the anemone and of
oil the waving arms. Tho body of tho
creature may be described as a circular
gelatinous bag. Tho upper part of tbls bag
is turned Iu so as to form a sao within asac.
Tlio inner boo is the stomach of tho animal. It has an aperture at the bottom,
through which the food can pass into tho
outer cavity. The eggs are attached to and
hang on tho inner edge of tho' partition.
When they mature they drop into tho mam
body cavity and enter the stomach through
tbe hole in tho lower opening. From thero
the littlo oneB are passed out through tho
mouth, irom which orifice they aro tenderly
taken by two tontaoleB, whioh becomo wonderfully elongated for the' occasion. These
tentucles tako up tho young anemones, novu
porfect in form and funcUons, and very
carefully and slowly doposit them on the
rock arouud tho base and close to tbe
mother anomono.
Tho young anemones may! remain for
somo time upon the spot where they ore
placed, but they havo tho means of locoino-
tion, This ia effected by a doublo set of
muscles, ono runnlug around tbo body and
tho otber longitudinally arranged. I have
fourteen young anemones, all born tn my
aquarium siuce my return from Bermuda
about fourteen weeks ago. Their ages vary
from three months down to the youngest,
born tour days ugo.
The anemones are possessed of a peculiar
means of offonso and defense. Theso arc
poisoned threads of arrows, embedded in tho
outer skin substance, and which are capable of being shot outwlth considerable forco
and iuconcoivable rapidity. : They bury
tbomselvos in whatever object1 against
whioh they are projected, and probably convoy to the wound somo poisonous matter
whioh renders their prey a helpless victim
to tho onomono'B greedy mouth.
Tho anomono has a sense of smell aud
also haa rudimentary oyes-not of much use
probably—but. tho moat interesting sen-a
whieh It possesses is that of taste. Notwithstanding its voraciousness, it has its
pronounced tikes and dislikes. I feed mine
upon bits of oyster or elam or fresh meat,
scraped fino. Evory pieco dropped in tho
water over thom is seized by their outstretched arias and passed hurriedly to
their mouths. The daintiest food for them,
howover, aro tho small crabs sometimes
found In oyster shells. Thoso tbo anemonos
fairly revel in, A good-sized boa flower
could easily swallow o whole crab At a
meal        s___ __
Where Women Cut Vote, £
Twonty years ago women could not vote
anywhere, To-day thoy havo full suffrajro
In Washington and Wyoming Territories;
municipal suffrage in Kansas; municipal
suffrago (single women and widows) iu
Eugland- Scotland, Ontario aud Nova f*k>o-
Ua, and school suffrago In thoso fourteen of
thotJnltod States: Now Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, Minnesota, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, Oregon
and Wisconsin, _.
FREE-HAND
Irnjoii,Wcil*r<ol.ir* tPnssilh Potfrnlls
al SI. Paul Prices.
INSTRUCTION GIVEN IN DRAWING
and Fainting according to the best European methods.
MISS LINNIE LEWIS.
Studio Cor. Royal Avenue A Mary St.
Ordors for portraits taken nt D. Lyal A
Co.'s aud at Studio. dnpSJml
FOR SALE.
TENDBR8 WILL BE RECEIVED UPTO
lhe-jth of June next for the purchase
° Lotg 161 & 164, Group One,
NewWesHnlnBter District, subject to three
overdue mortgages thereon, amounting
In all, with Interest, to 82,776.00.
The highest or nny'tender not necessarily accepted.   By order,
W. H. FALDING,
dmy2in 1 District Registrar S. C,
Lime! Lime!
Tho Undersigned  Keeps Constantly
on Hand a
W.   E.   DICKINSON,
ClMf.WU-.RI-,   -   WESTMINSTER.
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TBE STEAMER
ROBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER for NANAI*
mo direct every Wclnctlfly nt7u.ra.
Leaves Nannlmo for Como* overy Tliurs-
d!iyiU7n. in.  Returns to Niumlmo on
ruddy.
Leaves Nanaimo for Westminster overy
Saturday nt7n. m.
LEAVES WESTMINSTER for NANAI-
mo every Sunday at 7 a. ra., touching
at Vancouver and all Intermediate ports.
Returns to Westminster Monday,
For Krel.lit nnd Pas.cni-er Hates apply
tn T. L. 1IR1GOS, Apjnnt C. P. N. Co., or to
the Purser nt, board
dmhlte WM. ROGERS, Master.
IRtwovco from Saanich to Viitobia]
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,
dmhSuuiS VICTORIA, B. 0.
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
O Jk -R, -XT _B U, ■ S
Temple of Music I
Ih tbo Place to Buy Flrst-daiss
PIANOS -*» ORGANS
At Mich Frlcea and Terms as will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For prices nnd terms, upply to CARTER'S TICHFLK OF MUSK*,
Vancouver, W. €.
2S0 Ilaatlngs St. \V*-M.   ...   I    dnplitc
AUSTIH'S HAY MARKET
For Hay, Straw, Wheat, Bran, Shorts,
OU Cako-'&c.
AUSTIN'S STORE
For Groceries, Hardware, Hope, Platform Scales, kc.
AUSTIH'S CELLAR
For Choice l*otattJM,'*t!Wrota, Turnips,
Onions, kc.
AUSTIH'S STABLE
For Good Teams ami Sober Teamsters.
AUSilN'S PRINCIPLES!
Square Dealing anil Total Abstinence.
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Land .Surveying In all Its branches accurately nnd promptly carried out.
City ami Suburban Lands fnr Sal*.
We nun show a completo list of desirable
localities.
Farming Lands, Improved and unimproved, throughout, the dial rlct.
Mining and other Stock bought and
sold.
Money to Loan on first mortgage at
low rates. _:
TRLBI'ItONE CALL No. 33.
P. 0. Drawer W.
WOODS, TURNER -fe (JAMBLB.
Omtft, Ellahd-i Blook,   •   Columbia Strut
NKW WESTMINSTER,
dmhUt**
"tTOTlCE
HENRY VlDMONDS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE
—AKD—
INSURANCE AGENT
HAS REMOVED
—ronis—
NEW AMI EXTEXS1VE PREM1SF.S
—m--
BANK BUILDINGS
OOLUMBIA STREET,
N«W WESTMINSTER,   >   B- 0.
Opp. rost'ifflpe mid iiexUloor tulIn'
Rank of British Columbln.
New
PROPERTY FOR SALE
IN ALL PART*-   UK TIIK
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CITY »-• VANCOUVER
AQ.NT FOR
The Canada lire Insnrance CD,,
Tho National tin Assurance Co..
The Norwich Union Fire Insurance
Society.
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ESTABLISHED, A.D,, 1884.
I !• ds.lBjrl
rAsaiow tt ht.ts '
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JEMlINflS',
(Late or England)
Corner of Church ond Columbia Street*,
NEW WESTMINSTEB.
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THE PROPRIETORS OF ■ THESE
works have much pleasure In. notifying their friends and tlio public thai, they
are now prepared to receive and promptly
execute auy orders for work In llielr line
with whioh they may lie favored.
A. DIcHELVIE,
Mcelianioal Manager.
Vancouver, B.C., 8th May, 1888.
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PORT  HAMMOND
NURSERY
Frnlt Trees,
Ornamental Trees
Small Fruits
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
Variety.
Everything first-class and furnished ln
good shape.
na.Sond 15 cts, for valuable 80.pngePc*-
Bcrtptive Catalogue with o iienullful colored plates.   Price Lists neni free.
O. W. HKNHY,
dwdeldlc Tort Hammond, B. C.
Wm. 1 MwmdnlmMS
FRESH CALIFORNIA AHD LOCAL
I
ALWAYS ON HANI).
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
dje2ltc
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANOPAOTrREIia  OP
TIN-COPPER&SHEEMRON
■W^.*R*H.
•    WKB3TEK-S BLOCK (UP-STA1K8),
Front Street,   -  New Westminster.,
SAVING JOST OPENED IN THE
nhovn line, we respectfully Kolleil a
re of tho trade, and trust by--ar-ful
nttentlon to orders and moderate clinr-jcs
to merit tho sumo. Experienced workmen; satisfaction guaranteed.
Estimates furnished forGnlvanized Iron
Cornice, Hoofing, Plumbing, Gas-lilting,
Steam and Hot water Heating, Ac,
•9--Entrance to premises on Mnry SI.,
in rear uf Hank of B. C, dwtn I1OI0
Coal, Wood" Bark
THE UNDERSIGNED KEEPS  CUN-
stantlj-ii; stock the
BEST WELLINGTON COAL
—ALSO—
Wood and Bark,
Which   ho will   Boll   nt the LOWEST
HATES nnd deliver promptly.
«*. Orders left at the Mores of .Mr. McColl nnd Hr. McDonough will receive
attention.
TEANB roit HIRE, Stables, corner of
Douglas and Columbia Streets,
HENRY ELLIOTT,
Now West,, B. 0„ Nov. a, 1888.    dno2ilo
TO SMOKERS.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK TOB THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
0*™ MAINLAND.
leTThey aro not only made of tbe
Choicest Tobacco bat they are of
Home Manufacture, and ahoold be
patronized by all good oitizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HOLBROOK BUILDINO.
COLUMBIA STREET,        HEW WESTMINSTER.
dwl7noly
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—AMO—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRYGOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
UINDBOHM'S M.OCI*,
Columbia Siren,       Neit Wrkliulnslcr.
noldwly
North British nnd
Mercantile
FIEB
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1609.
Capital,    •   $14,000,000.00
OF  LONDON.
Capital,    ■    $0,733,000.00
UATEH   AH    LOW   AS   ANY  OTHEB
COMl'ANIF.ft 1101X11 1IUWNKSS
IN DIUTISIt COLUMBIA.
T. Or. 7-A.QrrBS
Agent for New Westminster City
ud Distriot,        dje22to
WanteUliort-liand Pupils,
MR. T. R. DUNCAN WISHES TO Inform the Public of New Wontmluster
that he Is now prepared to give le-sons ln
Bliort-hnnd In tho latest and bt-Bt systems,
A complete course guaranteed in three
months.
Violin also taught. Tho teaching of
children on this Instrument a specialty.
Address, Drawer O, City, New Westminster. daplOtc
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Late Partner of John MeVlcker)
MINING ENGINEER, U.S. A PROVINCIAL SCRVEYOlt, A ASSAYER.
Masonic Tkmplb Block, Vancouver,
Brit. Col.
■WReliablo reports, underground surveys and maps of mines executed at low
rates.  Assnysmadeon allhlndsof minerals, gold and sliver bars.  Thirty years'
experience In mining ln Asia, Em-ope
and United States of America. Speaks
ton inn■• liases.   ARsays from a distanco
promptly attended to.   Address Vancou
ver, & (j.
ddolTtc
liUiia Registry Ordinance, 1870
Uo hot 70, Group I, New Westminster
District.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OP
Title of Dennis Ite-*lnald Harris lo
llie above-mentioned land has been lost
or destroyed and application lias been
made for a duplicate thereof: Notice is
therefore hereby given that a new Certificate of Title will bo issued ln lieu of thai
so lost or destroyed, unless cause be shewn
to the contrary wllhln one month from
date.
It. W. ARMSTRONG,
District Registrar.
Land Registry Onlce,
New WesU, B. a J6Lb April, 1889.
 daplTml
J. W. WINGER
DBAI-tniN
Hard and SoftWood
Draylng and Teaming
8AN JUAN LIME
Always ln Stook.
Orders left at the C. P. N. Wharf will be
promptly delivered. dmh2Dtc
mm mills!
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANOFAtoUBERS OP
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
_ZW ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
Jlllll al North himnl.h.
OFFICE! A WAREHOUSE: Victoria.
dmhSSmB
I.
and
330-332 CORDOVA STREET,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers and Pnilcrs In
MACHINERY
OF ALL mWCKITIONa.
MARINE WOrTa SPECIALTY.
dwdeSOte
MIZONY&CO'Y
303 Cordova Street,
Vancouver, Brit. Col.
WHOLESALE
LIQUORS! CIGARS
Telephone Orders Promptly Attended to.
TELEPHONE CALL 10'J.
dmliSamfl
Dominion Lands.
TK YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
I Pre-emption or fnr rent of Mhitn-rnr
Qntzlng Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or nny land from the Dominion Govern-
ment,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay ln SGRIX* and save a
large discount.
Serin can be obtained ln largo or small
quantities from
ALLOWAV ft CHAMPION
B___T_K_-B__
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OK  FROM
THE BANK 0. BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER
dwmhsto
ESTABLISHED ISM.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Neirly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGBST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam-
tiles, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST TOSI-tTULK PRICKS.
HoIbroqkJEstate!
SALE   0"E-
Valuable Property.
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LOTS
are ollorcd for sale, In part or whole:
LOT 5, BLOCK 6, Columbia and Front
tttreoU, Wi*tl8a, with 8 stores thereon.
LOT 2.1, BLOOK lS-flflxISU-Cohimhla and
Clark-ton streets.wlth buildings thereon.
LOTS 12 A IS, BLOOK B, Mnry street; 2
acres, with hard finished houso nnd
orchard.
U LOT 1, BLOOK 18, Columbia slreet,
38X182,
LOT 81, GROUP 1, Vanoouver road, containing 260 nores.
MTThe above Property brings in a rental nf <^,00 por month
*e*or furthor particulars and termB of
snle, apply at
TH08. OVENS'
Blaoksmlth A Machine Shop,
Merohant Square.
New Westminster, B. C. docSMc
31TOTICH
HAVING DISPOSED OF ALL MY IN-
tercel In the London Arms Suioon, I
have to request that all parties owing mc
will call and Bettle their accounts immediately, either with the undersigned or
with J. B. Cherry, whom I have appointed
my agent for this purpose.
dapSiul R. LAMBERT.
Land Kcglslry Ordinance, 1870
Re Lot fi, in the Subdivision of Lot 4, In
Suburban Stock I), New Westminster,
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of Charles G. Haggman to-thc
above-mentioned land has been lost cr
destroyed, and application has heen made
for a duplicate thereof: Notice is therefore hereby given that a new Certificate
of Tltlo will be Issued In lieu of that so
lost or destroyed, unless cause be shewn
to tho contrary within one month from
date. ll. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
New West., B. C. HUi April, I860.
dnpllml
NOTICE,
SITTINGS OF THE COUNTY COURT
of Cnrlboo will bo hold nt—
Llllooet Thursday...23rd M«y,1889,
Clinton Saturday... fiih June, "
ir-o-MtleHouHe...Thurmliiy...27th    "     "
Snda Creek ..Saturday ...20th    "     "
guesnellem-lh ...Tuesday 2nd July. "
lobOotd Friday , 6th   "     "
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Oflice,
Hth April, 1889. dnp20ml
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
FisMie Dealer!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
t_T Highest Prico paid for Furs and
Door Hides.
Correspondence Invited. ...Telephone
Cnll No.«. djsjto
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot op Douolas Strew, Near
Coujsiiua Street.
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
PRF.SH   BREAD,   CAKES,  PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc.
Hotel nnd Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders promptly attended to and
delivered lo uny part of tho eity.  dmh28y
Cor. Columbia and Churoh Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Until. Headstones, Talis, Etc.,
In Marble or QraulLe of Best Quality.
CORNER    POSTS    AND    CURBING.
N, B.—Just received—tho finest assortment nf Bc»lc3i UraiilleMonnntflnlsevcr
seen In British Columbia, which will be
sold at prices putting competition out of
the question.
dwmhaiyi ALEX. HAMILTON Prop.
TABLE
Showing tht Dates   and   Plneea of
Courli   of Assize,   Nisi   Pi-Inn,
ii nd Oyer nnd Terminer, for
the Year 1880.
-SPRING ASSIZES.
[OS   VANCOUVER   tSLAKn.]
Victoria Mondny 20th May.
Nanaimo Tuesday..-. 4tli Juno.
[on-maini.anh.1
NewWcRtminster...WPdnt-fidny...l8tMny.
Kamloops Monday 3rd June,
Clinton Monday 10th June
FALL ASSIZES.
[ON MAINLAND.]
Richfield Monday,,. (1th Sept.
Clinton.... *Wedm-Bday...25thSi'pt.
Kamloops Monday Jth Oct.
Lytton .........Monday Villi Oot,
NewWestmln8ter...Wodnesday.„l,jthNov,
[ON VANCOUVER ISLAND.]
Victoria Mondny .SGtb November.
Nanaimo .....Tuesday ...3rd December.
 dnp!7ml	
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOR SALE,
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, Ac.
Rice Meal,
FOR OATTLE FEED,
dmhftimfl
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
JM wo have applied to the Minister 0(
the Interior for iv license to cut and take
away timber on and from the follow hb
desoribed lands, situated in the Dlstrlot of
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbln; „,
1' The east half of Pcetlnn 10. the N.W.
quarter of Seotion 20, and tho 8. E. quarter
of Section .10, in Township 40, and Section
80 In Township 10. .      .      ,._,_._
2. Commencing at a stake placed nt the
north corner ot Stave Lake, thence west
40 chains, thence north SO chains, thonce
east to lake about fiO chains, thenco along
lake to point of commenoemont—containing about 400 ocres.
Jl. Commencing nt n post set about two
milos N. E. from outlet of Stave Lake;
theneo south 40 ohalns, thenco west 20
chains, thonco south nhontSOchains lo
lake,thencenlonglnno to pointof commencement—containing about, lilfl acres.
4. Commencing at a post set on the east
hank of Stavo River, about halt a mile
south of Stavo Lake; thence north 20
chains, thenco west 40 chains, thonco
north 40 chains, thenco enst about 00
chains to lake; again commencing at
samo post, thenco cast 80 chains, thence
north to lake about 40 chains, thonco
along lake to point before mentioned—
containing about 450 acres.
5. Commencing at a post sot nbout half
a mile north of tho head of Pitt Lake;
thenco north 80 chains, thenco west 40
chains, thence south 80 chains, thenoe
enst to point of commencement—containing 320 acres.
6. East half of Section 14, southeast
quarter of Section 23, and Section U—all
In Township 41.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited),
NewWMUninster,Aprllll,188». apl2m
THE ATTRACTION
Of Columbia Street
—IS—
JAS. ROUSSEAU'S
GREAT CLEARING SALE
GOOD-FITTING BOOTS AND SHOES CONTRIBUTE
much to the health and comfort of every home. Therefore,
everybody ought to know that Jas. ROUSSEAU'S is decidedly the»
cheapest place in New Westminster where the people of this District can purchase the best Boots and Shoes at the cheapest '
prices.
I will allow io per cent, discount on all cash purchases to
the general public for the next sixty days, to make room for a
LARGE SPRING STOCK now en route.
REMEMBER,—if you want genuine good Boots and Shoes
the proper place to purchase them is at
Jas. Rousseau's,
SI Col-o.j-a.-bia Stxs-at.
Custom Work promptly attended to. dwto
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'B BUILDINO, FEONT STREET)
9--ALE--   I1T
6ENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hnml an Extensive Stook of
Dry Goods, Groceries,   Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, •*&<••
JMEH-We     -Ac     BOTS'     BtTITS.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS,  POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
Sf. It.-Fiirm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission.  lavOrders
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. dw.le8tc
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Lil&raTMEMENCIM
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY   S.   MASON,
CUYLER A.   HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ IS Serjeants Inn, Fleet Si. -LONDON, ENG.
The Business of ALLSOP k MASON has been merged in the abovo Company
and will be carried on by the Company from this date as a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Bitot.   Town Loti and Farming
Lands for Salo on easy terms.
Victoria & C, May Kith, 1887. dwJ«7to
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"C-rt-t-telssoirds&pt-d-o-tilltaBart I 0-srtc-rU -to. Oslte, Oo-ssHp.il->,
l-^mmeadl,M.u-^-r,o..,p*Tlptt<»   ***** f*^ ^JffiJ; Su^Si**. *
>me.       H. A. AaoHxKfll.D.,        |      teitloiu
lUfia.OitoidlitfinoUjB.N.y.   I WttSouiialiiriouB
Tm Cxktaub CoifPAitr, 77 Murray Street, N. V.
•JSTOTIOEI
¥8 HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE
I upplli-d to the Hon. the Minister of tho
Interior for a license to cut and carry away
timber (to bo manufactured by myself nt
Upper Sumas, B.O.,) from the following
described lands, viz.: North half Of Hoc-
tlon 4, north half of Section fl, southwest
quarter of Section 16, south half nf (section
17, south half of Seotion IS. nnd the whole
of Sections 5,7,8 4 9- nil In Township 16,
New Westminster Distriot — containing
4000 aores, more or Icbb. ft. J. RECOUP.
Upper Sumas, B.C., 15th April, 1681).   lm
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
Ncio ire«f»unster Suburban Lot No. 15,
Block X.
A CERTIFICATE OP INDEFEASIBLE
Tltlo to tho above mentioned Lot
will bo issned to Henry Elliott on the liilb
dny of June, 188!), unlest- ln the meant line
a valid objection thereto be made to the
undersigned, tu writing, by some person
claiming nn estate or interest lu aaid Lot
or somo part thereof.
U, W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Oftloe,
Now Westminster, 7th Mnrch, 1880.
mh7d8m
Mainland Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS AltE NOW rilE-
rAREDTOTCI-NOUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE BIGS
At Speoial Low Bates,
Ihjiig ui All lis of lousing
Done at Shortest Notico.
DryCordwoo-l delivered to any part of
tbo City.
Orders by Telophone will receive prompt
attention, _;■   ■■
rWStablos nearly opposite C.P.R. Depot, Columbia St., NewWostminsler.
djntnc      QILLEY BROS. ii«»r«.
Feed,LiveryiSale
STABLES.
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
PBOPKMTOH.
GOOD DRIVING 4 RIDING HORsn*
for Hire. Hacks cull at all Steamers
and Trains.   Special allenllon given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL UNO WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Ordors may bo left at tbe Offlco of Ma*
thom A Mllllgan,Commission Merchants,
Front street) vow West, dseaito
W. ELSON,
Merchant Tailor,
POBT MOODY, B. C.
Mr. Elsonwlll be nt the Colonial Hotel
the first Wednesday In each month (or
the purpose of taking orders.    dwjoSSto
1MPEBIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CCMP'Y.
1 Old Broad St. and 16 PalL Mali.,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dook, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Shins bu Ud
ing and repairing, Barges and othor Yea
sets on navigable riven and canals, and
Goods on lward suoh Veueli, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland ud lit Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR OiMAfiE BY FIRM.
Subscribed and Investod Capital,
£1,600.000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every information oan be obtained on application to
W. '. AKMSTBONS,
Agent lot New We-tminstar.
To k Fran, Cal,
BY WAY OF THE
'8
THE MT.SHASJA ROUTE.
quicker™ time than an y othkb
ItOBTB BETWEEN
Now ffeitoitorji Su hunt
CMHD SCENIC IIOUTI OF TIE MCIFIO COMT
PULLMAN   BUFFET 8LMPER8
TOURIST SLEEPING CABS
For Accommodation ot Seoond-Clua Fas-
seugers, attached to Express Trslns.
Fare from Portland to Bunm-nto and
San Francisco—Unllmlt*-!, tag First.
class (Llmitod), t»j gwond-cltss (Ll-
mltedlJIS. . „   ..
TURouoii TICKETS to all polntsaouth,
and East, via Call-oral..
TICKET OFFIOWI    . __.
City Orr-ci, No. IM Oor. First *AMer
Dki-ot office, Cor. F A Front StneU)    '
Fortland, Oregon.
R.KOBHLKB,      E\r-,«pjta»/'  _
Manner.       AMt,0,F.*>,A'|t •SatlS frittoh Columbian
Frl-Uj Evenlnc. Mar 8. 18W.
A8VERTIIIHQ RATH NR THE DAILY.
Transient Adverttacmenta.-Fir.jt J u-*er-
tion, WcUi. per line solid nonpareil; each
■nbsefiHeiitcoiiBi'Ciitiveiiisertfon,3ets.pcr
Hue. AdvertlsemonU not Inserted overy
day-fli-ut insertion, HI cts. por Hue; subsequent Insertions, S cts. per lino.
Standing AdveHtaemeata.-Professlon-
at or Buslneas Cards-*) per month. Special rates for general trade advertising,
according to space occupied and duration
of contract. .'..'«.      j
Auction sales, whendlipl-tyed.eharged
26 per oent, less than transient advtJ, If
solid, oharged at regular tranilent rates.
Au*<.->iai Maii-M-i among reading matter,
20 off pn"B5S«5h Imiertlonr-Speelals
Inserted by tne month at »dueed rata.
Births, Marriages and DeaihMi for each
lnnartlon: Funeral Notices ln connection
with deaths, 50 ots. eaoh Insertion.
WEEKLY ADVEfiTIBINB RATES.
Transient Advertisements,—First insertion, 10eta. per lino solid nonpareil; subsequent Insertions, 7 cts. por line.
stniidlngArtvertlMinenls.-l'iofession-
nl or BusTnetis Cards-31.50 per month.
Special rates forgeneral trade advertising.
Special Notleea, Births, Marriages and
Deaths, samo rates as Dally.
Cnli must he ull metal,nnd for large cuts
an extra rate will be charged.
■WPersons sending ln Hdvertisemonts
should lir careful lo slide whether lliey
are to appear In tho Dally Edition, or the
Weekly, or both. A liberal reduction Is
mado when Inserted In both. No advertisement Inserted for loss tlian 81.	
SUBSCRIBERS
Who do not receive their paper regularly,
from the Carriers or  through   the Font
Offloe, will confern favor by reporting tho
samo to the offlce of pub! lcallon at once.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Spring A Summer Goods,. Beggs k Heard
Cruelty to AnimaU By-Law Mayor
Over an inch of rain foil last  night.
Just received, New Millinery, at the
Globe House. *
A train load of oattle arrived from
the interior this morning.
The genuine P. D. coraels -just arrived at Jas. Ellard & Co.'s. *
The battery; parades at the drill
shed this evening at 8 o'clock.
The salmon run laat night waa very
unsatisfactory to the fishermen.
Freah Eastern and Native Oyaten,
served in every style, at the Club, *
Russell's Restaurant, opposite the
American Hotel, open day and
night. a9m3*
The latest pariuian styles iu long
handled parasola now in at jas. oilard
& co.'s. *
The lateat styles in Ladies' trimmed
and untrimined Hata aud Bonnets just
open, at the Globe Houae. *
Beggs & Heard, merchant tailors,
are advertising, in another column,
spring nnd summer goods.
A large number of Vancouverites
. Arrived to watch the proceedings in
the Hogg-SulHvan-LangU case.
North Arm Road Lots, from §100;
Sapperton, 8150; and Brownsville Acre
Lots at $100, on easy terma, at W. J.
Walker & Co.'s. *
Japanese Baskets from 5 cts.; Japanese Dolls, 10 cents; Trays, 35 cents
per pair; Manilla Shipping Tags cheap,
at Miss Pooblos. *
The str. Gladys cleared thia morning for Chilliffaok and way porta, with
a number of pusseugera, md a quantity
of hay and merchandise.
Tho Dominion Illustrated of April
27th, is a bright number, containing
many portraits of Canadian notables
and soveral Que landscape sketches,
O. E. Woods, O-E.-luH1 parly: rof
turned last evening from the head of
Pitt Lake where,they hav* been surveying timber limits for the Brunette
Sawmill Co.
The atr. Irving arrived down from
Chilliwack this afternoon with 40 passengers nnd a small freight The
Irving leaves for Hopo at 7 o'clock tomorrow morning.
The carload of wheelbarrows that
arrived yeaterday for the Southern
Railway contractors, was Uncorked by
H. T. Read & Co. the well known
hardware merchants.
The atr. Rainbow arrived from Victoria about 5 o'clock last evening with
a number of passengers. She cleared
again for Victoria at 7 o'olook this
morning with freight and  passengers.
D. J. Levy, of 01, Johnston street,
Victoria, B. C., ia tho only agent H.
L. Gabel has in British Columbia.
Hold your ot-dera; ho will be in New
Westminster on or about May 1st,
1889. *to
Richards, Haywood & Mackintosh
have for Bale 160 acres improved farming land, with tine orchard, near
Wharnoek station; guod roads leading
to station and river. Terms easy.
This is a bargain. *tc
Every member of the legal profession, with one exception, was present
At the police court this morning when
the assault case, McColl vs. Gold, was
in progress. The court room was as
closely packed as it usually is during
tho assizes.
The str. Emma brought up a monster boom of logs this morning for tho
Brunette Saw Mills. The tide began
to turn when the tow was opposito tho
oity, and the Emma was forced to tio
up and wait for slack water beforo
completing her trip.
Mr. W. Howay laid on our table
this afternoon a beautiful rose, of tho
La France variety, in full bloom. Mr.
Howay states that it. was grown in his
garden on Fortuaquu Btreet and In a
few days the bush will be covered
with thoae beautiful flowers.
Tho subscriptions to tho May Day
dance amounted to $247, tho largest
sinco the dny wns first celebrated at
Westminster. The finance committee
io ably conducted thoir arrangements
that a handsome surplus has been
placed in the cotfera of tho Hyacka.
200 lots on the Tliorne road, from
$05 upwards, on monthly instalments
of 910, without interest. Theso lots
ire only two blocks from the park,
have a good view, nre mostly cleared
And are only fnir blocks from tho now
Atoro. Apply to Wm. Reidt, Front
itreet. *
Tho monster nturgoon on view at
. Viaiion'n fish market, yesterday, will
be cut ud, salted, barreled a,id sont to
Montreal to tickle the palates of tho
deplzens of Canada's greatest eity.
Tin fiih measures 11 feet 8 inohes in
length And 6 feet in circumference.
1-U weight is 840 lbs.
The nominations for reeve and
oounotllors for the Delta municipality
tako place on Monday next at the
town hall at Ladder's Landing. Tho
elections, if any, will tako placo on tho
following Thunday. Mr. John Kirkland ii spoken of ai a probable candi-
- data for the reeveship.
The Quebeo Chronicle in spooking of
Messrs. Hill & Co., of this city says:
One of the partners U a young Que*
beoer, Mr. Herbert G, Ross, to whom
we wish every success in his new home,
Parties, id Canada can be congratulated
at having iuoIi en agency in British
Oolumbla to entrust their business to,
Children Ciyfor PKchertCastoria
The Mission Bridge.
Advices from St. Mary's Mission
state thnt the contractors for the O. P.
R. railway and traffic bridge "havo
about 125 men on tho works. Seven
of tho piers and tho piling for the approach on tho right bank of the rivor
are completed. It ia expected that
the hutments, with thoir stone fillings,
will be completed next week. The
water is fast rising in tho Fraser and
it is expected that operations on the
bridge works will have to be suspended
in consequence for a short timo.
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net Ions Accident.
Yesterday afternoon W. 33. Dickin
son, the teamster, mot with a very
serious accident. Ho and a number
of men were dragging a wagon out of
a rut it had got into, nnd when the
tongue of tho wagon wns swung
round it struck Dickinson with sufficient violence to knock him down.
As bad luck would have it, Dickinson
fell on a heap of bottles, and hia hand
coming in contact with a pieco of
broken glass a vory doop and danger-
oua wound wns inflicted. Dr. Cooper
was visited and tho damaged baud received the necessary attention.
Klecplnx Benuly.
Tho programme for the concert to
bo given at the Oddfellows' Hall, this
evening, by Misa Peters nnd her scholars, has been issued, nnd promises to
be quite an attraction. The first part
of the entertainment is made up of
Schletterer's Operetta, ' 'Sleeping
Beauty," the leading parts of which
will be taken by Mr. and Mrs. G.
Lyal, Miss K. Draper and Miss Prest.
Tho second part contains songs by
Miss Poters and Mr. Lyal, and piano
recitals by Miss Peters and Miss Far*
ron. A large number of tickets havo
been sold by the energetic scholars
belonging to Miss Peters' class, and a
good audienco ia assured.
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Hulr vs. c, im:.
In the supreme court at Victoria on
Wednesday, before the Chief Justice
and Justices Crease and Gray, the
case of Muir vs. the Canadian Paciiic
Railway waa taken up. This wus an
appeal from a judgement of Mr. Justice
McCreight in favor of Muir, nt Van*
couver, in nn action brought by J. N.
Muir against tho railway company for
damages for not checking his baggage
on demand on a ticket from Vancouver
to Now York, A preliminary objection wus tnken to tho appeal being
hoard, and, nfter argument, tho court
adjourned for one week to ennble the
appellants (the railway company) tu
produce affidavits in answer to certain
nllidn>*ita used by the respondent, Mr.
Drake, Q. C, uud Mr. Helmc'scn for
appellant; Mr. W. J. Taylor (Eberts
& Taylor) for respondent.
I-rolrstiMit Orphans' Hume.
Tbe sixteenth annual report of tho
British Columbia Protestant Orphans'
Home, nt Victoria, has beeti issued.
This worthy institution is supported
by voluntnry contributions, nnd the
committee of management report that
the support received last year haa been
most liberal, und that the efficiency of
the home has been well maintained.
During tho year ten children have
been admitted, principally from Nnnaimo and the mainland.. The number in the home at present is thirty-
two; seventeen boys and fifteen girla.
The treasurer's statement shows the
year's income to have been $2,924.80,
which the committeo point out is larger than usual, several large donations,
as well ns bequests from friends of the
homo having been receivod, Tho expenditure for maintenance, etc.,
amounted to $1,792.84. The management of tho homo by the matron, Mrs.
Walker, the committeo state, haB been
moat satisfactory. The household arrangements liavo received tho careful
attention of the ladies' committee,
whose aim has been to provide a comfortable and cheerful home for the
children, nnd nt the same timo to practice economy in the expenditure,
Plans have been prepared for urgently required additions to tho building,
the estimated cost of which is $2,500,
which will absorb the ['renter portion
of the funds on hnnd. The committee gratefully acknowledge numerous
contributions from kind friends from
all parts of the province, n list of which
is annexed to the report, In conclusion the committeo desire to render
heartfelt thanks to Almighty God, who
has beon graciously pleased to bless and
prosper the institution, and they pray
that all efforts made for the care of
the destitute children may be accompanied by His blessing. The report
is signed by J, H, Lnwson, hon.   sec.
Police conrt.
The Last Bihi.
Tbo f unoral of tho lute Rev. R. B,
Hemlaw took placo yesterday from the
residence "f Mr. A. C. Wells, at Chil
liwack and was attended by a large
number of peoplo from nil parts of the
community, where the deceased gt-nUe-
mau was well! imwn aud universally
respeoted nnd esteemed. The assemblage was further increased by the arrival of representatives from Maple
Ridge, (Mr. Hciii'aw'e Juat pastoral
charge), and from the grand lodge of
the I.O.G.T., in wliich the deceased
held the oflice of Post Worthy G.O.T.
Alt the ministers of tlio Methodist
church in the district who could possibly reach Chilliwack in time wero
alio present to show their lost token
of affection for their departed brother
and co-worker. The funcn-1 procession left the house at 3p. m., and wns
met on tho way by the members of tho
local lodge of Good Templars and escorted to the church nt Ccntcrville-
whiro a short but most impressive service, in whioh Rov. Messrs, Tate,
Hall, 0. M. Tnte, S. J. Thompson and
J. H, While took part, wns held. Urn
E. Robson, president of tho B. 0. conference of the Metlnd'»t ohurch, delivered a brief address, dwelling upon
the consecrated and unselfish life- just
closed, and exhorting all present, especially Ihe young, to imitate the devotion to God and to His work whicli
wns so conspicuous a characteristic of
tho departed. As tho long, procession
movod hlowly towards tbo oemetory,
the rain, which had kept off nil
day, began to descend and through*
out the solemn service at tho grave
the warm spring drops continued tn
fall softly upon the casket, and upon
the bowed heads of those present,
bringing to many minds the sweet old
English proverb, "Blessed are the
dead whom tho rain falls on.'' Rev,
R. B. Hemlaw was a good, pure and
upright man, whoBo memory will be
cherished by all who knew him. The
province has too few of such, and
his early death Is a loss that will be
severely felt, especially by this branch: t
of the ohuroh to whioh he belonged-, J
Before P. McTlernan, W. D. Ferris, and
Captain Pittendrigh, J. I'*s,
Edwurd Gold, charged with lying in
wait for A. J. McColl and striking him
from behind und whilo in a dazed
condition did strike and greviously
wound him, pleaded not guiliy.
A. J. McColl, sworn, said, I know
Edward Gold, I remember the evening
of May 1st; was returning home about
,9,30 o'clock; the night was dark; when
nearly opposite Mr. McNamarn's residenco I was conscious some person or
persons ahead of me turned round and
camo towards me, but I paid uo attention to tho fact; whoever it was, he
passed close to me on the left side;
after the person had passed the next
moment 1 received a vory Bevore blow
from behind, striking me below the
left ear; ull this without a word having
beon said; the result of the blow was to
temporarily daze me, and when in this
condition I was conscious of blows still
mining in upon mo from behind; was
conscious of something being Baid
about 'fixing me' about sonic court
work; I did not recognizo the voice and
I could not soo whether I was attacked
by ono or more persons, armed or unarmed. I broke away ns soon as I
could aud run in tho direction of town
culling for help. Near the corner of
Blackwood street I mot two gentlemen;
before spunking to them I heard the
accused, who had followed down, calling, "I will teach you to bring an action
against my mother"; then I recognized
who my assailant was; I told the gentle*
men at tho cornor Edward Gold had
struck me with a club; Mr. J. C, Armstrong came up and prevented Gold
from renewing the assault, whioh he
attempted to do. The crystal in my
watch was broken during thu assault;
I think the accused was deliberately
lying in wait for me; tho assault was
entirely without wnrning. Cross-ex*
nmined by Mr. Townley : I have acted as solicitor for the accused; I havo
ordered him out of my offico on two,
occasions; I have used very strong
language towards him.
Dr. DeWolf Smith sworn: I know
Mr. McColl; he consulted me professionally yesterday afternoon; I examined him and found a conaiderablo
swelling on tho head behind and above
the left ear, which seemed quite painful; there was nlso a similar swelling
lower down on the same sido; there
waa a slight abrasion of tho skin a
little below and behind the ear; there
was nlso a swelling behind the right
ear; I should certainly say the injuries wero serious; I should call the injuries bodily harm; the blow behind
tlie left oar would bo likely to partial-
ly stun Mr. McColl.
Dr. C. J, Fagan sworn; I examined
Mr. McColl, professionally, last evening, and found wounds on his head;
the wounds may yet pruvo serious to
Mr. McColl; if the blow had beou
given more behind it might havo
proved fatal; the blows must have
been givon frum behind; 1 would Bay
the wounds wero given by a closed fist
or a blunt instrument.
This concluded the evidence for the
prosecution nnd Mr. Bole askod that
the case be tried summarily.
Mr. Tow-ileycnlledthoaccused to the
witness box and Mr. Bole objected ou
tho grounds that in the cnae of an ng*
grnvnted assault nil evidence could bo
adduced oxcept thnt from the accused
himself. Mr. Bolo askod tho bench
to decide whether the caso was aggravated or coiiniifi'n ' assault, on tho
evidence su far adduced.
After consultation the bench decided the casu wns aggravated assault.
Mr. Townley: "Thou I nsk thnt
the accused be iiidid.ed and sent up for
trial."
Mr. Bole: "I certainly objeot to
this; the law on tho subject is so plain
that you really havo only ono course
to pursue."
Prisoner: '"Then" that closes my
mouth. I want to mako a statement
under oath."
The Bench: "Wo cannot take your
statement under oath, but if you wish
you can make auy statement you wish."
Prisoner: "That would avail me
nothing."
Tho court adjourned for 5 minutes
to consider the case, nnd on resuming
Capt. Pittendrigh said the assault had
been committed in a most cowardly
manner, and as a fine would be no
punishment the bench had decided to
impose a, sentence of one months imprisonment.
Tho prisoner was then removed to
tho provincial gaol and tho court adjourned.
on the grounds that he had. expected
the plea of "guilty to common assault"
would have been accepted by the
crown prosecutor, and the six witnesses
for the defense wero not present.
Mr. McColl, crown prosecutor, withdrew his objection, and tbe plea of
"guilty of common assault" was allowed.
His lordship announced that he
would deliver sentence, on the prisoners already tried, to-morrow al 11
o'clock a. m,
Regina rs Chuchu, charged with cutting and wounding, adjourned till
next assize.
Regina tu Ward, oharged with larceny, adjourned till next assize.
The court adjourned for half an bpur
to allow the grand jury to consider the
case, Region vs Langis and Sullivan,
for abortion.
When the grand jury returned, a
true bill wns presented-in both  cases.
Tho court wub then adjourned till
Thursday 16th inst., when the cases
como up for trial.
It was well enough,Mr. Richelieu,
to say in your unprogressive time—
"The pen is mightier than tho
sword," but now we remark that the
typewriter is more puissant than the
Gatling gun'.—Puck,
"When Bsby was tick, we g»r» ber Cutoria,
Wlea she was r. Child, the cried for Cutoria,
WhsnshebecimsMUi.-diBclaogtflCMtorb,
WbttshthriChUdrtn.ihBgiTetb.raUMtort!
VICTORIA NEWS.
Lord Lonsdale Arrives at Victoria. Tbo
Abyssinia Passes up the Half.
Special to tho Columbian.
VicTotiiA, May 3.-—Lord Lonsdale
arrived from San Francisco, via Portland, Inst night. He leaves for New
York via C.P.R. in tho morning.
C. R. Hosmer general manager O.P.
R, Telegraph will reach here this
evening, and will leave on Sunday fur
Vancouver.
The Btr. AbysBinia passed up at 7
a.m.
The Mexico arrived nt 5:30 this
morning from San Francisco, and left
for the sound nt 11 o'clock. She bad
2G0 tons of freight for Victoria.
The realer Mary Ellen arrived from
the west coast with nbout 100 skins.
PERSONAL.
I Oppenheimer returned to Van*
couver this afternoon.
G. H, Burns, manager of the Bank
of British North America, Victoria,
ia staying at the Oolonial.
Rev. J. H. White and Rev. Mr.
Robson were passengers on the str,
Irving this afternoon from Chilliwack,
Jas. MacLaren, D. MacLaron and
L. G. Little, of the RoBs-MacLaren
Lumber Co., are in the city on business connected with the building of
their new mills,
Hia Honor Lieuteuant*Governor
Nelson and Mr*. Nelson arrived from
Victoria yoBterday and went in Mr.
Abbott's private car up to Agassi;*,.
They will reside nt Harrison Hot
Springs for a few  days.
Mr. Amos Bowman arrived yesterday from Ottawa and left in tho after-
r -on on tho S. S. Premier for Portland, Oregon. On his return ho will
commence the exploration of tho Westminster district for-joal.-— News.
Kali road Seles.
Messrs. Lombard, Hewitt, nud other
members of tho Oanfield party, who
hnve been examining the Bellingham
bay railroad, left for Snohomish yoster-
day to look into tho timber resources
in that vicinity.
It was learned yesterday that there
will be no trouble about raising the
$2,500,000 necessary to completo certain portions of tho road. The officials
of the company say that work will be
commenced on the portion of the line
between Seattle and Whatcom before
the snow flies.
It has been stated that tho line is to
bo built east of Lake Washington, and
that it was then to be continued on to
Tacoma with a branch to Seattle. Mr.
Oanfield denies this and afiirnia tho
line ia to be built woat of Lake Washington and directly to this city, which
is to bo its terminus. Of course it will
have to have on outlet and will probably mako a traffio arrangement with
the Puget Sound Shore railroad, Mr.
Oanfield saya the prospects of the Bellingham Bay Railway and Navigation
Oompany wore never better,—Post-Intelligence.'.
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TO DISPEL COLDS,
Headaches nud Fevers, to cleanse tho
Bystem effectually, yet gently, when cos-
ttvo or bilious, or when tho blood is impure or sluggish, to permanently euro
habitual constipation, to awaken the liver
and kidneys to a healthy activity, without irritating or weakening them, uso
Syrup of Figs.
(Ur, Justice McCreight Presiding.)
Thursday, May S,
Regina v. J. R. McNeill, charged
with uttering forged bank notes, con*
tinned.
Tho jurors, having received permission frum the judge, \ isited the Eiokhoff
houso for the purpose of ascertaining
moro fully the relative positions of the
bar-counter, billiard, and other tables
therein at whioh the trouble arose.
His lordship remarked that ho would
not allow any evidence to be tnken
there; the business of tho court would
have to be conducted in the court
room and not in a saloon.
The jurors left and in about a
quarter of an hour returned and the
court resumed.
Tho cvidonce being now all taken,
Mr. Atkinson addressed the jury at
Bomo length, making n strong appeal
iu defeitco of thb nccused.
The prisoner on being asked by the
cuurt if hu had anything to say in his
uwn behalf, with respect to the charge,
Eleaded innocence and remarked that
e was in mistake whon lie said that
he recoived those bills iu question from
a party in Toronto; bo should have
said victoria instead of Toronto*
Mr. McColl for the prosecution,
then addressed the jury and discharged
his duty in a faithful and able manner,
His lordship in charging tho
jury summed up the evidence in a most
careful manner. He said that the
teitimony of Mr. Brymner and others
proved beyond a doubt tbat the notes
were not genuine. In tho first place
he said, you are to enquire, did the accused pass off thoee notes, and if you
find that he did yoa nro then to inquire
did ho do it with n guilty knowledge.
The charge is n very serious one, and
if you are satisfied beyond a reasonable
doubt that ho passed those counterfeit
bank notes with a guilty knowledge,
your duty is perfectly dear.
The jury thon retired and returned
in about twenty minutei with a Verdict of guilty.
Friday, May S,
His lordihip ontored tbe oourt at
1.16 o'olock.
The grand jory entered and present-
-ed a truo bill in the case of Henry
Juillot, charged with robbery with violence.
Regina vs Juillot, for robbery with
violence.   Prisoner pleaded not guilty.
Mr. Atkinson appeared for the defense, and aiked for an adjournment
EVENING
CONCERT!
ODDFELLOWS'HALL,
Friday. 3rd May.
issPetrtis
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"The Sleeping Beauty'
MISCELLANEOUS.
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Lyal A en's. ilapM
Jyao^Egs
A Pleasing Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows tbo uso ol Syrup ol Figs, ea ii
.ots gently On tho
Kidneys, Lives ® Bowels
Effectually Cleansing the System-.hen
Costivo or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
ud pennanontly curing
HA81TTIAL CONSTIPATION
without wosltenlng or irritating tha organ, tm which it .ots.
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Cruelty to Animals By-Law.
A Bylaw to Prevent Cruelly lo Animals.
WHEBEAS IT IS EXPEDIENT TO
provide for tlio prevention of cruelty
to animals within the limits of the City of
NewWestminster:
Therefore, the Mayor and Aldermen
of the City of New Westminster, ln council assembled, enact as follows:
1. Every person who, within thellmlla
of tho saitl city, wantonly, cruelly or un-
neccssarily beats, binds,lll-lre-ils, iiimncs,
overdrives, or t di litres any cattle, poultry,
dog, domestic animal or bird, or who
while driving any cattle or other animal
Is, by negligence or ill-usage in thodrlv-
1ns thereof, ihe means whereby any mischief, damage or injury Is done by any
such oattle or other animal, or who In
any way encourages, aids or assists nt the
fighting or baiting of any bull, beur, had-
Sor, dog, cook, or other animal, whether
omestlc or uot, shnll, on conviction, bo
liable to the penalties hereinafter provided.
2. Every person who bill kin, makes,
maintains, or keeps a cock-pit on premises belonging to or occupied bv him, or
allows a cook-pit to be built, made, maintained or kept on premises belongln**; to
or occupied by hlm, shall, on conviction,
betlnbieto the penalties hereinafter provided; and all cooks fonnd In such cook-
pit, or on the premises wherein suoh cockpit Is, shall be confiscated and mny be
sold tor the benefit of said city, or destroyed, at the discretion of tho magistrate
or moglstratoB before whom the complaint
may be heard,
3. Any person owning or having In
charge any cattlo or other animals in
transit or otherwise. Khali provide proper
and sufficient food and water and accommodation for such animal or nnlnials
while within tlio limits of imldcltj; nnd
ln tho event of the owner or person In
charge falling to comply with tho provisions of this Bylaw, then it shnll be lawful for the Mayor of the City to provide
food, water nnd sufficient nccommodntion
atthe expense of the owner or person in
custody thereof, nnd such owner or person
In charge shall bo subject to the penalties
hereinafter provided ln case of neglect.
4. It any offence is committed as hereinbefore provided, any constable or other
peace officer, or the owner of any such
cnttle, animal or poultry, upon view thereof, or upon the information of nny othor
person, may seize nnd securo, nnd forthwith, without a warrant, mny convoy any
such offender before lhe Police Magistrate
for the said city or any two Justices of the
Peace having Jurisdlclion therein, to be'
dealt with according to law.
6. Every person commuting an offence
againat the provisions of this llylnw shit 11,
on summary conviction beforo tho Police
Magistrate for said cily, or beforo nny two
Justices of the Peace having Jurisdiction
therein, be linblo to n penalty not exooed-
Inn fifty dollars for each offence, or to 1m-
firlaonment for nny torm not exceeding
broe months,with or without hard labor,
or to both,
fl. Tho word ■•cattle" in tbls Bylaw shall
be taken to Include nny horse, mule, us.".,
swine, sheep, or goat, us well ns any neat
call le of the bovine species, of whatever
ngo or sex.
7. Thla Bylaw mny bo cited as t.heOiu-
eltyto Animals Bylaw, 188'",
Dono nnd passed In open council tho
22nd dny of April, A.». 1889.
,*-*■■•*., JOHN HENDRY, Mayor.
t^J   D. ROBSON, City Olerk.
W.J.VALKER&CO.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street. NewWestminster. B.C.
iTai-KPBONB No. 56.]
14 CURE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS.
CONVEYANCERS. REAL ESTATE ANO .
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London and Lancashire Firs and
British Kmplre Life Inmrance
Companies.
New Westminster Building Society.
Ace content's Offlco, Diocese of N.W.
City Auditors, 18SO, 1981 nnd 1881.
ADVISE 0LIENT8 IN  THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE OITY AND DISTRIOT,
and other monetary transactions.
Have soveral good Investments on their
books, and all new comers will do well to
call before doing business elsewhere,
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Genuine Josephine
In Black and Colors, with New Patent Fastener.
Silk Ribbons
In all the Newest Shades,
Sash. H.iT3"fc>on.
TheP.D. & C. P. Corsets, Tatisi.
Dr. Warner's Health Corset
To "oe rEXad. at
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And other Celebrated Makes.
tOABOma BLOC]
pOYS1 CLOTHING.
We have now the most complete stock of Boys' and
Youths' Clothing on the Mainland. We have not 5,000 suits
but can supply all the boys of Westminster.
SEE OUR $2 SUIT* ITS A BEAUTY for the MONEY
8UIT8, ANY PRICE UP TO 87.00,
BOYS' STRAW HATS.
Good strong School Hats for is cts. All kinds in stock
from 10 to 75 cents. Parents should see our stock and fit
the boys for summer before May-day.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
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R. J. ARMSTRONG,
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Choice Family Groceries I
HHEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Xdafexadox ZZexxixigre,
"Mlacteerel, Salt Ood,
Ainuvii'e "CTxic. Hama,
.^xmo-ax's "CTn.c. Sacoxi.
*Flo-ax. Sxaxi. Slioxte,
M-HIOHE8T PKIOES PAID TOR FARM PRODUCE.
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IsTB-W ST-3TLES
FLANNELETTES
Lace Striped Lawns,
Embroidered Costumes,
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MUSLIN CURTAINS
Jas. Ellard\ Co
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Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing'
Jeweler & Optician.
',   OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &G
BEST QUALITY,   EASTERN PRICES,
A lull lins ol Spectacles A Eye-Glasses in steel, rubber, silver art _.i.u\
frsmes.  The float Pebbles made, *4 per pair* oil sights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learn-... t
businesa thoroughly from some of the finest Horologor. in England, aud eiuci then
managed the watoh.repairing departments of a few of the best firms on the onnti-
nent of America, is a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly inana-
set tor nearly 8 years of the woll-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Moubroa!.
Charges Moderate,
Montreal, Deo., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chan-nun of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says* "I never fonnd a Watchmaker who did so
well forme as you did when In Montreal, ond I amsorryyou are not here today."
dwapltto
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
AGENTS  B. LAURANOE'S  SPE0TA0LE8.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    -    Oolumbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time.  A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand.   New SYRUPS, MO-1
LASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
Clearing Out Sale!
^0F-
GENTS' OLOTHING
—AND—
HATS and CAPS.
WE HAVE DETERMINED TO RETIRE PROM THIS BRANCH; OF
our business, the whole ol our available room being required for our in-
cr-oelna trade in GENERAL and FANCY DRAPERY, Ac, and we now offer our
entire itock of Gentlemen's Clothing and Hats nnd Caps for the next
21d.ys.to
DISCOUNT OF 20 PER CENT., FOR CASH.
tr Our Stock Is all new, well selected and of first-class quality and style.
This is a GENUINE SALE and the whole stock must be eleared.
W. & C. WOLFENDEN,
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Comer Columbia ft Muy StreeU.
BON MARCHE.
I  SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER & SHADWELL.

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