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Array OOTinmout Print inr off
Columbian.
VOLUME 0
NEW   WESTMINSTEU, B. 0„ FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 28, 1889.
NUMBER 152
i PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
T. O. ATKINSON,
kAHIUSTEI*, BOLIOITOB, Ao. Offlccs-
J, Masonic Bulldine, New We.tmln.ter,
10. dwto
B
ARMSTRONG A KCKSTKIN,
ARIUSTERS, SOLICITOUS, ETC. -
i Mnsonlo Building, New Wc-stmln*
fer.B. 0. dv-'myUo
_      W.NORMAN BOLE, H.C.,
fcARRlSTER*AT-LA.\V,L\NDAGICNT.
Wi Monoy to Ijoiui. pHlco-OlnrliBon St.,
Ew Westminstor, IV 0. "lo
'--*'■.•>, I It, NlrKILI. A M:\SPi,
(»ARRISTERS. SOLU.ITOHH, etc.. Offl-
> oes-Masrinlo nmldlng-*, Now West-
luster, and VancouYQi'i B, 0.       dwto
A. C. DRY DONE-JACK., M. A ,
■TOTARY PUBLIC, OONVEYANCER,
IH   Ae.   Barrister of tlio Now HruiiHWck
ipremo Court,   Offlco   in the Hi-mley
Hiding, Oolumbla Bt., opposite thoCol-
tilal Hotel. dupBto
!OSKPII K. GAVNOK, U.A-.l.L.B.
OLD MEDALIST of the Uiilvewlta of
Dublin.   BARRISTER-AT LAW ot
e HiL'h Oourt of Justice, lrelond, onices,
irner MoKenslo A Clurkson Hts., Now
festmlnster. dwfcaite
C. H. GATBWOOO, O.D.S.,
BURGEON DENT1ST--A Graduaio of
p tlio Baltimore Dental College, Is pre-
Ired to do all kinds of Dental work. Olio ovor MoLennan A MoFeoly'S hard-
\ro storo, 18'J Cordova St., Vunconvor,
K*  ■ liaptiOto
O. VV. WUAST,
RCHITECT.  0 Hints-Corn or Mary nnd
Clurkson Sts., Westminster,   dwtc
CLOW  A MACLUIIB,
(.TtCHITECTS.    Offloe-Room E. over
Bank of B. C., Columbia Stroet, West-
nster. _    dto__
WIIjLIABI r. king,
KlRCHITEOT.SANITAUYENGINEER,
lu/ ,t{;* Koimivinl to Armstrong's Block,
rvumbla Stroot,   Weatmlnster —Room
IV. TII1BAUDEA1T,
AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHT8-
mnn. Hamley Blook, New Wostmln-
-, B. 0. dmylSto
A. V. COTTON*
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
iff   BUR VE YOR. Offlco: Room D, Bank
B. o. building, Westminster, B.0.
Ci. i'irn;M>itn;ii,
Ii-iEAL ESTATE BROKER and County
1,1   Court Anent. Commissioner, Notary
■bmllo, Ac.   Rents collected,   Oilice—Mc-
fatslq atreet. Now Westminster, B. 0.
T. J. TRAPP,
UUTIONEER   AND    APPRAISER.
Columbia Htreet, New Westminster.
commlsHloi.H will receive prompt
i careful tttt unt loti. Best references
mi when required. inh!2-to
J TURNER, BBKTOS A CO.,
EROHANTS. Wharf St., Vlctoiln.
Agents for North British and Merit! lo Insurance Co. for Mainland. H.
Brbton A Co., .Id I'lnsliury Circus, Lon-
r£_0 __\ dto
IJUOB ii PEARSON
fecal Estato Brokers and
Financial Agents.
JENTS FOR
bn federation Life Association ol
J Toronto.
qoyal mid linnonshtt'e Fire tnsur-*
an-.e Coinpauteii
*.Valuable Lots tor snle ln the City
fDlHtrlot of Wostminstor; nnd oliolco
ill In tho City of Vancouver.
In-sons wishing to buy or sell oity or
1.1 property should communlcute with
jllces: Bank of B.C. building, opposite
lolttce, Westminster,ami HastlngsSt.,
Icouvor. dwnpiOw
{AND BROS.
3 A I* ESTATE BROKERS.
Uonveyaiiuci-B, *:*t.lleei«ri,
And   li. minili'* Agent**,
i at
NEW WESTMINSTER:   Cornrr
KoKi'iiiil-'inid finrkhunStfl.
VAN HHTVI'I', I'lH'duvii .Street,
LONDON .EmrlMul.
1'ILDING LOTS for sale In nil sect'ons
uicouvernud New .Ve^tmlosier Cily,
,RM LANDS of superior quality tor
nt Obllllwhack, Port Hiui-monii,
rley, Matsqui, Simms, Mud Hay, I-nd-
i Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
Pitt. Rlvor.
ipsanU Plans exf-ii'ltud anil ilu-full-
jforuiatloufiiriil.ili'-'lat all tun ottlccH-
IW. BOYILL,
sal Estate Agent
VND CONVEYANCER.
Aw WESTMINSTERi-Offlco, Maoken-
'Jilo Stroet.
VcoUVER:- Offlco,   Abbott   Street,
jpenr Cordovn Street.
}ll List of City and Suburban Pro-
y.
rtlcular nttentlon pnld to Farming
is.
'Jcurato  Information  to correspond*
*  dwmyOyl
ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
•vil Engineers, Land 8ur-
eyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
JifHCIAL, SHIPPING & COMMISSION ACENTS
PlK* Life ct Marine Insurance.
umbiaSt., - Orr. Colonial Hotel
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
I'VE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
tentlou to all professional orders and
ler their services to residents and non-
dents having City or Country Property
Isposo of or desiring prolltable Invest-
ir'llsts of cllgllilo properties nro com-
lieiiNlve antl constantly receivingaddl-
•M, and onr favorable eastern connoo-
.ib both In Canada and tho Atlantic
ies glvo us unusual facilities for bus!-
Special attention will bo pnld to tho
-chnso und Inspection of Lumber for
praont to forolgn ports. Tonnage char-
ad nud general shipping business trans-
dwaplyl
[acpherson
DRUGGISTS.
lure and Fresh Drugs
patent Medicines, Eto
PHVSIOIAHS'   PUIUiniDNS   C'stFUlU
Om-ouhded.
|l. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH,
(Lato Partner of -lohn MoVtokor)
llNING ENGINEER. U.S. A PROVIN-
r 01AI-8UKVEY0K,* ASSAYI.lt.
Iahoniu Tkmplk Block, Vancouvkh,
■ Brit. Col.
-TRollablo reports, uudergrounil mir-
ln-8 and maps of mines oxecuted at. hm
ttos. Assays malleoli nil kind" of min-
l*ftl*t, gold aud ailver bars. Thirty Veatsf
kporlonco In mining In Asia, F.uronn
lud United statei of \morion Speak:-
in liniKunges,   A^Fmnys from a dlslniioo
JwniiVtly nttoiid
Addross Vancou*
adeUto
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of tho beat makes; Cross-cut & Hlind-SnWS,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and all the nocossary Vteiuils for 1'nrmingi
Pnlley Mocks, Snatch Blocks, Rope & Chain in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar & O-ikunit Tarred and Plain Paper for Building; Paints & Oils
inall colors; Liquid Paints in all shades; Floor Paints ready touse; Grind
Stonesi Willi Paper in all designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating- Oils; Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements.
er Special attention given to orders by mail.
dwjly3lo
T. T. T_kjL,r'X> So oo.,'
COLCMMA STRBET, NlW WeSTMIKSTRB.
GRANT & MACLURE.
Boots & Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTEB.
New Spring Goods'.
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
•J.    St.   MANSON's
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street, ■ Kew Westminster.
noldly
Globe House!
MRS.   WM.   RAE
WILL  OFFER
FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS
Dress Goods at Cost Price
Call Early and Secure Bargains.
dto
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
Insurance and Financial
A.C3*E3KT'J?IS.
OFFIOES ■
NEW WESTMINSTER, 02RMNoEKRENCzLfEft8KT%ON
VANCOUVER, co%nbebrot0t05?0rveaEta8nd
—AMD-
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG. .07 cannon st.
Farming Lands^Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia nnd Front Sts,,
In central portion 0! the oity; several
bulldinga bring good rent-$'22,000.00.
Lot 4, Blook 7, noar Lytton Square,
66x132 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Front Sta.—$6,000.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., 33x66 feet—
$4,000.00,
Also—Lot and Building with stock of
Goods, ono of tho host business stands
iu the oity.
Improved Residential Property
Lot 15, Blook 13} two houses rented at
p&ying figures—$4,500.00.
Houao and Lot on Lome St., noar Col-
umbla-$l250.00.
Lots 4, 5 ft 6, Block 10) good house,
garden, Ao. j oholoe residence property
-$5,250.00,
Cornor Lot on Columbia St, \ fonoedand
cleared—$1600,00,
Houso and Lot on Columbia St.} one of
the finest residences in tho city—?7,-
000.00.
Houso and Lot on Royal Avenue, near
Douglas St.-$2,000.00,
Houae and 3 Lots, cornor Royal Avenuo
and St, Patrick's St,; no better residenco site in tho oity—$10,000.00.
I aoro, with 7 houses, near tho Park—
$6,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Block 28; oomor lot on Agnes St.;
fine residence site-$1200.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avonue—$500.00 oach.
I*ots on Montreal, Douglas and Hall-
fax Sts., near Clinton St.; fino views
and well sltnated-$350.00, $375.00,
$500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton-
$300.00,
Lot 0, Sub-Blook 10"; fine residence lots-.
$250.00.
-Lots ou Pelham St., near Mary—$600.00
each.
Lot pn Pelham St, near St. Andrew's;
fine site--$500.00.
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne-—
$350.00.
Lot in St. Andrew's Square-$300.00,
Lots In Btook fronting on North Am
road; finest chanco In tho market fo:
rcaidenco or speculation—$125.00 tt
$175.00.
Lots In Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Bloo
12-$60.00 to $125.00.
Lot- in Subdivision of Lot 17. sub-Bloo
13—8160.00 eaeh.
Lots In Westminster Addition at $15.00
to $50.00.
Absolutely Pure.
; Thla powder never varies. A marvel of
purity.fitrc-n-'tli and wliok-soment'Hs. More
economical tban tho ordinary kinds; nnd
cannot be sold lu cornpo 11.1 on with tbe
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powdera, Bold onlyln cans.
Royal Baking Powdrii Co,, 100 Wall Bt.,
New York. 3(ely
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
"I want to write a lettor to the
Secretary of the Navy. Shall I
addressjhim as'Your Excellency?'"
"Oh nol use the term, "Your Warship.' "—Life.
Tho Americans claim everything
north of the fiftieth parallel oh their
side of ! If Thing Sea. This is asking
for a grout deal of latitude, also longitude. But perhaps they may be induced to moderate their claim by degrees.—Ex.
Sir William Gull comes to the defence of higher education for women
with tho statement that a university education, suoh as girls get at
Newnham and Girton, makes them
and their children healthier, and that
the precentageof childless marriages
is less with educated women.
Farm for Sale.
LOT 27, BLOCK 4 NORTH RANGE 0
West, Lulu Island, ut ft Imrguln,—
Apply (o RAND BROS., or EDWARD A.
SHARPE, Lulu Islund. ilwje!7ml
To HaOt-,
OFFICES   IN
Blook.     "
■IJi'lMo
_.   THE   ARMSTRONG
Applyto
V. J. ARMSTRONG,
bhorlir.
TO RENT.
A PLEASANT ROOM FOR TWO GEN-
lleinon, with  or without Hoard, In
private family.  Apply at third houso up
the hill, led bund sliioof DouglaS street.
 dJelOtu	
Timber Lands for Sale.
THE DISCOVERER'S INTEREST IN
about.8,(l«0 iii-res nf llrst-clnsy Timber
Lnnds, principally Kir.
WOODS, TURNER A GAMBLE.
New West,, II. C, Juno 11,1880.   djel2ml
TO LEASE.
THE UNION HOTEL, opposito Maaonlo
and Oddfellows' Block.
Forpaitlculnra, npply at tho
MAINLAND RESTAURANT,
djclinl New Wost-ninatcr,
first-class Prairie Farm
FOB  £Bj9LlE^ja.
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, North Arm, FruH'-r River; ctm-
talnlng 2C0 acres of tho fluent farming land
ln the country; all dyked, well Improved-
good buildings, good orchard (bearing).
For further Information enquire of
MAJOR & PEARSON,
dmySU-tc New Westminster.
WANTED.
I/OUIIORFIVEOOODSTONEMASONS.
I'    Apply lo AOKKHMAN BROS.,
tljcltfto New Westminstor.
Plants for Sale!
AT Til B
GreenliousBS, Douglas Street
iNGnKAT Vakiety, Ikclddikq,
GERANIUMS, Double und Single; FIT-
CI1IAS, ml new varieties; HOSES,
Double PETUNIAS MOON-FLOWERS:
a tlm- collection of DAHLIAS (named
Vtri'-iii-s) ANNUALS', 25 cts, per dew.
Mixed BEDD1 NU PLANTS, SI GO per dot.
I offer 10 Plants for $1, including I storm
King Fuohla, I'miqu'-is, Wreaths nnd
Urosaoa mndo loonier. Fruit, Vegetables
and Flowers al Slore.iiextOlly Hotol, Columbia St. Orders by mall promptly attended lo     Idwupflyl]     r. LiTHAM.
John L, Sullivan says he has
made nearly half a million dollars in
ten years, and that in eight months
he made SI 25,000. Athletes of the
very first rank earn a great deal of
money in theso duys of the adoration
of muscle, but it is to be borne in
mind that the period of earning
power is short; a sculler, a boxer or
a baseball player is old at 35. Sullivan says that he has squandered
nearly all his earnings.
THE HEATHEN CHINEE
Is Ejected from a C.P.R. Train and
Brings Suit for 85,000 Against
the Companj1.
The Harvard-Yale Boat Race Postponed on Account of Thick
Weather.
The Sullivan-Kilrain Fight aud
Numerous Other Pugilistic
Events of Note.
uirauco.
DRUGGISTS
Queen's Hotel Block,
m:*v -VKST-IISSTKn.
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PRBHCIin-TIONS A. SPECIALTY.
daplto
SO   CO.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Properly,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Businesa relating to
Real Katate.
—AGENTS FOR—
london Assurance Corporation.
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of
Hartford.
London and Lancashire Life Assurance Co,
Canton Insurance Offlce, Ld. (Marine)
OFFIOESl
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dWMHjl
"Where is Boulanger? pertinently
enquires a cotemporary. The general
appears to have vunished altogether
from the public gaze, and it would
seem aB if both ho and his prospects
wero under a oloud. Nothing more
is heard of his trial, and tho Exhibition has given Paris something else
to think about. Perhaps the senate
has awakened to a realization of the
fact that its best policy is not to
make a martyr of the "man on horseback."
In the soup—Littlo Jimmy visits
his father's office, and after examining tho type-writing machine, observed to bis mother: "Say mariner,
what do they take those to the
theatre for?" "My boy," replies his
mother, "they do not take them to
the theatre." "Well it's mighty
funny, then. Pa wus tellin' Mr. Mc
Noll ins that ho took his type-writer
to the then—" "James," said his
father sternly, "I will see you in
the stable this ovening."
Since tho Johnstown disaster people are discovering datigerouse dams
everywhere. It is now said the
largest artificial body of water in
tho United States, situated 782
feet above Olean, is liable to give
way at any moment. It was formerly used to feed the old Qenesee
Vallny Canal, but is now merely a
sportsman's paradise. It is one
third larger than the Oonomaugh
reservoir. About ten years ago it
burst, letting out fifteen feet of water
and flooding the valley for a distance of 150 miles.
In Washington recently thirty-
seven law graduates were admitted
to the district bar; and thereby
hangs u tale. It so happened that
a young man, not a graduate, was
present in tho clerk's oilice, and he,
like tins others, stood in the crowd
aud took the oath "to support and
bear allegiance to the United States
and well and faithfully discharge
the duties of tho office on which I
am about to enter." Like the
others, he also signed the book, and
then patiently waited for his certificate, and finally asked for it. Of
course, there wasn't any for him.
Explanations followed, when it
came to light lhat the young man
was after a marriage license.
Another portion of the old city
wall by which London was surrounded has just been brought to
light in tho neighborhood of Lud-
gato lull, according to the London
Times. It stands ut the junction
of Littlo Bridge street, and Pilgrim
street, and the Broadway, very near
another portion which was laid bare
and taken down about five or six
years since at the corner of Little
Bridgo street. If not actually of
Roman construction, it is largely
constructed of Roman materials,
and it probably formed part of a
bastion or tower at an angle of the
city wall. It is about 10 feet high
and 12 feet in length; ils depth and
thickness will bo soen when tho ad
joining wall is removed, as will
shortly bo the ease.
A queer story about General
Longstrcot is telegraphed from
Washington, It says: He haa been
dangerously ill. Some weeks ago
the papers announced the destruction of his homo near Gainesville by
lire, involving the loss of his library,
his sword, uniforms, and war relics,
and the manuscript of his book.
His loss ia a most disastrous one,
and a terrible blow to the old general. But the sequel to tho disaster,
us related to n reporter by Oolonel
Brown, is astonishing. After the
live workmen were engaged in clearing away the ruins, and in a hopeless sort of way looking to see if
anything could be saved. While
at work with picks and shovels,
thoy struck a gold mine on the site
of ttte destroyed homestead. Further investigation, assays, eto,
have disclosed that it is a gold mine
of great riohness, General Long-
street and his family are raised
from tho depression of a loss they
could ill-afford to the prospective
actual possession of wealth.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'iCastoria
MAUI A MITCH I'LL DEAD,
Lynn, Maaa., Juno 28.—Maria Mit
ohull, the noted astronomer, died here
this murning.
UIO  WOKDS.
Belfast, N. Y.. June 28.—When a
newspaper correspondent spoke to
Sullivan in regard to the proclamation
issued by Governor Nichols of Louisiana, his reply was : "I havo nothing
to do with the fighting (-rounds aa Kilrain won the choice aud so muat
choose the grounds. All they have to
do is to let mo know the place decided
on and I will be there in time to fight.
There are plenty of places to fight besides'Louisiana. So fur aa 1 nm concerned the proclamation will not interfere with tho fight or result. I have
worked hard to prepare myself for
this fight, and will either whip Kilrain
or he must whip me."
LEFT I'OH FRISCO.
Boston, June 28.—Frank Murphy,
the champion featherweight of Great
Britain, left lust evening for San Fran-
oisco, where he meets Billy Murphy,
of Australia, before the California
athletic club about the middle of July.
THE AMERICAN OXFORD.
New London, Juno 28.—The water
this morning iB smooth aa gkss, but a
very thick fog hangs over the river,
making it impossible to aee more than
200 yards. Local prophets predict the
fog will lift before 1 o'clock, and if it
does tho conditions for the Yale-Harvard race will be perfect. Tho latest
news from Columbia quarters confirms
tho reports Bent out last night aa to
tha exhausted and hysterical condition
of the crew, but this morning tho men
are muoh bettor and the indications
are that they will be all right in a day
or two.
BIO FIRE.
Chicago, Juno 28.—A fire occurred
this morning in a six story brick build-
in*.', curlier of Van Buren and Canal
Btreets. It is filled with manufacturing implements, and the probnbilitii-s
are the tiro-will spread to the buildings
of the Surrey White Lead Co. and the
Chicago Cab Co. The losa will probably exceed half a million dollars,
BILL ROOK BEATEN.
New York, June 28—Bill Hook,
au English li-jht-weight, was knocked
out by Jimmy Larkins, the young
Jersey light weight, in two rounds
last night. The tight took place ina
houao in Pelham, Westchester county.
Larkin'a victory was a comparatively
easy one, and he showed little or uo
signs of punishment. Ho- k whb looked
upou na a pliuiioim.ni.I fightor hy his
friends, nnd their disappointment ia
great. They bet heavily on their
friend.
THE COMING FIGHT.
Providence, R. I., -Tune 28.—Jack
Ashton, and Jimmy Carroll, the
Brooklyn pugilist, loft for Now York
to-night. A-hltiu ia unini* with Sullivau south aud will second Sullivan in
the coming battlo. Ashton said luit
night Iub battle with Jackson, the Australian, will tuke place where they can
get the most money, aud ho does uot
care whether tt is in £1 Paso or Pugot
Sound.
THE PUGILISTIC PETS,
Baltimore, Juno 28.—Kilrain wont
for a long tramp, selecting thu shadiest
roads and kept na much out of tho suu
as possible. When hu returned to his
quart era ho remained at his ba-li a
littlo longer than usual. Ho then received an extra hard rub down. His
short trot in the cool of tho morning
give him a rattling appetite for breakfast. Among callers to-day wero a
number uf ladies, summering in the
neighborhood, all of whom were presented to both Kilrain and Mitchell.
They spent some timo in listening to
Mitchell's description of former prize
fights, and then left with a good impression of Kilrain. Kilrain was shown
a copy of the dispatch containing Gov.
Nieholl's proclamation forbidding the
fight to come off in the state of Louisiana. He replied it would not hnve the
slightest effect upon tho null as it cun
bo held iu three other states and yet
be within the regular limit of 200 hundred miles of New Orleans. His ngonta
who aro no* travelling near New Orleans iu search of a tattle ground, will
take good care that the laws of
Louisiana ahall not bo violated. Following Sullivan's examplo, Kilntiu's
friends have engaged for him a special
car to enrry him south The enr wilt
bo fitted up with overy convenience,
and only Mitchell and Johnnie Murphy, besides Kilrain, will ride in it.
Attached to the same train, howover,
will bo a delegation of Baltimore
sports, in charge of Charlie Carroll,
who it will be remembered refereed
the Aaron-Collier fight many years
ago. Carroll hns been selected as umpire for Kilrain,
A LARGE  FAILURE.
St. Paul, Minn., June 27.—Tho
lirgest smash-up that haa occurred in
St, Paul in many years came to light
yesterday afternoon in the assignment
of the Eureka Improvement Co. Tho
amount involved iB 9700,000, considerable of whieh ia held by Eastern parties.
The Eureka Co. was organized to deal
in land nnd electrio motor enterprises
in St. Paul, The assignment wna
mado to Thomas T, Smith, ono of the
largest stockholders, on an attachment
suit brought by Fowble & Fitz, surveyors, The stockholders will lose
nearly half a million. The indebtedness ib nearly all secured by mortgage,
THE CUONIN   CAKE.
Chicago, Snno 27.—The graud jury
worked straight through till seven
o'olock to-night, when an adjournment
was taken without returning any further indictments, but it is believed
that a number of true bills will be reported to-morrow. It is more than
probable that before Sunday next,
when the present term of court terminates, every man connected with the
conspiracy will bo under indictment.
A speoial despatch from Chillicothe,
Mo., uyi that tour deteotirei arrived
there this morning aud took different
routes into the country, and thut it
was thought Cooney would be captured
before night. Chief Hubbard Baid tonight: "Thero haa been no squeals
from any of the suspects, but you can
put it down thnt we are getting ut tho
bottom fast, as we aro not only working to convict tlio Camp 20 committee,
but a grent many others on the outside."
A BIG BORROW.
Toronto, June 27.—The board of
trade has resolved to issue debentures
to the amount of $400,000 for the construction of ita new building.
A GRAND BALL.
Quebec, June 27.- The quarters of
the-governor-general, at the citadel,
are being got in order for a grand
publio ball, to be given the middle of
July.
$50,000 BURNED,
Montreal, June 87.—Damago waa
dono by tire this morning to the extent
of 960,000 to the Federal Telephone
and stock exchange buildings and
stock.
left to drown.
Mount Forest, Ont., Juno 27.—
George Nixon, a young man, was
drowned to-day through the upsetting
of a boat. He could not swim and his
two companions, who could, thought of
themselves only.
DIED IN CHURCH,
Quebec, June 27.—An inmate of
St. Bridget asylum, named James
Carnea, aged 84, died suddenly while
at mass this morning.
BURST A BLOOD VESSEL.
Goderich, June 27.— Wm. Reid, a
young man from Kincardine, burst a
blood vessel thia afternoon and died a
few minutes after,
AN AGED PRIEST DYING.
Montreal, Juno 27.—The pariah
prieat of St. James parish, Rev Father
Rousaelet, is dying in the general hospital from prostration. He was told
by the medical men last night that
there wob no hope of his recovery, and
at hia own request ho was removed 'to
the seminary of St. Sulpice that he
might die in peace at tho mother's
houso of the order. He was many
yenrs parish priest of Notre Dame nnd
is one of tho oldest members of the
Sulpician order.
EJECTED THE CELESTIALS.
Montreal, Juno 27.—Two Chinamen, Fong Lorn and Wah Kee, laundry men iu thU city, have brought suit
against the C. P. R. for $5,000, for
being forcibly ejected yosterday from
the train going to Quebec, at Hoche-
lnga. Both had tickets purchased,
but Conductor Charlebois objected to
their presence, aud they had to return
to the city on foot.
bear facts.
Quebec, June 27.—Bears nre reported in unusually large numbers in
the township of Lambtou, Benuce
county, and are playing havoc with
sheep. A farmer named Price lost 8
and several other farmers have lost as
many, Germain Blauchott, who declared war againat Bruin some weeks
ago, has already captured eight.
OTTAWA   NOTES.
Ottawa, June 27-—Sir John Macdonald leaves to-morrow for the tower
St. Lawrence.
It is understood arrangements have
been completed with Andenon & Co.,
London, for the establishment of a 10-
Itnot steamship service betweon Canada
and England next season.
Papers demanding the extradition uf
Burke, held at Winnipeg for the murder of Cronin, have not been received
yet.    Hia extradition is certain.
Tho Dominion government has reduced the export duty on pine logs
from $3 to $2 per thousand feet, board
in ensure ment. Negotiations for the
removal of all duties on timber and
wood by both governments are now in
progress.
PROUD PORTUGAL'S
Dishonest Tactics Borises tho Bail-
nay Shareholders and England will Betaliate.
Two German Editors Punished for
Stirring? np Agitation Against
tho Government.
The Toronto Loan of 83,500,000
has Been Successfully Floated
In London.
VICTORIAJ-EWS.
Departure of tlir Warships for Viincoo-
ver.—A large Nmnbcr of Vli-llora
Prom Ibe Capital will Attend the I'ele*
lirallon. ^
Special to tho Columbian.
Victoria, June 28.—Rain started
at an early hour this morning and
continued all day. It was much needed nnd will do gardens and farms any
amount of good.
The City of Puobla Bailed at one
o'clock for San Frnncisco with a full
cargo and a hundred and ten passengers.
The wan hips did not leave for Vancouver Yesterday afternoon as reported.
They lay at anchor off the outer harbor hint evening practicing with search
lights. They left for Vancouver nt an
early hour this morning. Soveral
visitora from here will go over to-morrow morning on the Islander to witness tho Vancouver colebration. The
Sunday steamer from hore will bo
packed. __________
The V>lo« Mlnea.
The Crocker party mado a brief inspection of the Union mines, Comox,
on Monday, and were latisiied with the
outlook, Already there aro 10,000
totiB of coal mined, and tho collier San
Mateo was loading the day the party
wero there and expected to load 4,-
500 tons. Work ia to bo vigorously
prosecuted until an output approximating 50,000 tons per month is reached. It is understood the fleet of colliers is to bo augmented as soon as possible. The coal is of splendid quality
for steaming nnd is to be used more
extensively by tho Southern Pacific
Railway than formerly now that satisfactory arrangomonts have been perfected. The S. P. R. R. have found
the question of coal a cancor in their
finances, using somo 1600 tone per
day on their lines contiguous to San
Francisco, nnd this of a quality inferior
to tho Union Minos product,—Timte.
A detective, noting under orders
from tho customs authorities, at Winnipeg, seized a team of horses belonging to a man namod MeCuwan, who Is
charged with bringing a team nomas the
boundary contrary to tho statute. At
the bottom of the whole affair, howover, it is alleged, McCowan took
across the line some woeki ago $8,-
000 worth ot opium, which is said to
be buried near the boundary somewhere,
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Cutoria
GOING FOR PORTUGAL.
London, June 28—The shareholders and directors of tho Dolgoa Bay
Railway held a meeting to*d»y in this
city. It was detorminod to resist the
action of the Portugese government in
cancelling tho concession to build tbe
road, whtuh action, it was stated,
would result in a grave crisis. The
shareholders resolved if Portugal persisted in the course it had undertaken,
to request the British government to
require Portugal to pay its debt to England, amounting to 3,000,000 pounds,
which was incurred in 1814, ana to apply this money to the purchase of the
railway. It was also resolved to claim
damages from Portugal, and to request
England to enforce payment.
EDITORS PUNISHED.
Berlin, June 28.-~The trial ot the
editors of the Gleicheit, oharged with
stirring up agitation against the government, has resulted in the condemnation of Dr. Adler to four months
imprisonment, and of M. BretBchneider
to a publio apology. The trial was
conducted by the special tribunal appointed for the anarchist cases,
FAMOUS ART.
Paris, June 28.—The. famous So-
cretan collection of paintings has been
placed on exhibition prior to its sale,
and attracts large numbers of persons
prominent in art and social circles.
The Duo D'Aumale was among the
visitors yesterday. It is rumored hero
Mr. Vanderbllt has offered eight million franca for the whole collection,
and one of the Rothschilds, it is said, is
roady to pay an enormous prico for the
"Angolu," one of the gems of the collection.
SUCCESSFULLY FLOATED.
London, June 28.-—The tenders for
tho Toronto loan were opened to-day
in the presence of Mayor Clark,
Treasurer Coady, Sir Donald Smith,
Senator Drummond, Mr. S. H. Jones,
Mr. S. Tyre, Mr. Owen Jones, and
many other Canadians, The result
was an immense aucctss. The total
amount applied foe was £720,200 nnd
the average prico obtained £00, Is.
Tho bids range from £0C to £08, The
bnlk being tendered for at a very
small fraction of the minimum price.
Everyone i* delighted with the result.
This is considered a long ways tho
most successful lean Toronto haB yet
floated, being some points in advance
of the price obtained for the four per
cent loan floated only throo months
ago.
CARLOTTA DEAD.
Paris, June 28.—Carlotla Patti,
Bister of Me. Adelma Patti, died here
to-day.
DISHONEST PORTUGAL. .
London, June 27.—Despatches from
Delngoa Bay state that the men employed on the construction of the railway there are making roady to resist
any attempt of the Portugese authorities to seize the work, A British gunboat is asked for and is expected in &
day or so. The chamber of commorco
will request tho Stoek Exchange and
continental bourses to cease quoting
Portugese securities until satisfaction
is guaranteed. It is understood that
owing to complications caused at the
Delagoa Bay by the action of the Portugese authorities the American government has been asked tu send a
man-of-war there aud that Mr. Blaine
is about to comply with tho request.
Tho iirciiiiij* Globe says of tho repeal
of the railway concession that Portugal
ib guilty of an unwarrantable breach of
faith and shameful dishonesty which
disgraces the national name. The
diplomatic feature of the repeal by
Portugal of the Delagoa Bay Railroad
in Africa promises to become serious.
The railroad was built almost exclusively by English capital and the Brit-,
ish government has already made
earnest representations to Portugal to
induce tho ministry to revoke their
action in repealing tho concession. It
is claimed on the part of the railway
company that tho repeal was seourod
by a few wealthy Boors in Delagoa who
privately urged the Portugese ministry
to this course iu the hopo of acquiring
tho railroad without paying for it.
There ia no question that sharp practice has beon resotred to. The claim
upon which the report of concession ii
based is that the railroad waa not completed within the time specified in the
grant. As a matter of faot the whole
lino waa finished when tho time expired with the exception of the laat six
miles of the road, and the building of
these few milea wus delayed by tho
prevalence of disastrous floods in the
district which rendered construction
altogether out of the question,
Delia Council.
The council met at tho Delta town
hall on Saturday June loth. Present.
Coun, Arthur in the chair, and Councillors Oliver, Pybua, Tasker and Trim.
Minutes of last meeting were adopted
as read. The following communications were lead and referred to the
road committee, viz: Findlay, Durham and Brodie, R. Watson, Ed.
Goudy, 8. L. Smith and others, Benson and Patterson. Mr. O. F. Green
wus appointed constable The olerk
was instructed to retain Mr. W. N.
Bolo in tho case of L. Guichon vs, the
corporation. Delta revenue by-law,
1889, was finally passed as reconsidered. The assessment roll was received
nnd handed to the olerk. Court of revision by-law wu finally passed as reconsidered, Ooun. Pybus was requested to have the Burr bridge planked,
A communication from W, H. Burr
was recoived and filed. A committee
was appointed to see about procuring
material for Trunk road repairs. Counoil adjourned till Saturday tho 22nd
Inst., at 7 o'clock p. in.
Thu Burke extradition cue camo up
yesterday nt Winnipeg end after the
examination of two wit nouses wm adjourned until Tueiday. THE
DAILY   COLUMBIAN
PITBLiaHlD
Crerr Afternoon except landay,
BY THB
■—■tt-BT-isr-m-DTr     brothers,
-   At their Steam   Printing Establishment, Columbia Btreet,
BY   HaTli
For 12 mouths -.„ W 00
Pur fl montha 4 25
Por 8 mouths -. 2 25
DELIVERED IN THE OITY:
For 12 months „ 810 00
For 6 months -....  b25
pur month      90
per week      25
Payment In all cases (except for weekly
rats) to be made lu advance.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
(fined every Wp-lnod-tj Morning.
Delivered In the City, per year. 83.00
Mnlletl, per yenr 2.00
Mailed, 0 months. 1.25
DAILY BRITISH COLUMBIAN. NEW WESTMINBTER, tt. U, JUNE 38, lfififi.
VOLUME VI.—NQ. 108.
gmlg British'tfotembian
Friday Kvenln-, Jane 28, I8S9.
Our Wliatcom   despatch in im-
other column re Southern Railway
affairs, though somowbab meagre na
to particular*?, is vory significant in
its tenor ami purport, and the news
conveyed will bo douhly welcome to
tho majority of our readers, for tho
reason   that, while  no   reasonable
person  has  ever doubted that the
Westminster - Southern   would   bo
ultimately and   satisfactorily completed' nearly all have had their patience moro or less tried by the various delays nnd hitches that havo
occurred since tho inception of the
schemo up to the present time.   In
the caso of n fow, patience hits not
been allowed any swing ut all, but
they have displayed an almost absurd   querulousne3s, and rehearsed
the sponge-tossing act as each hurdle
or riffle was encountered.   Of such
are thoso who bear the least burdens
in any public undertaking, but may
be counted on every time to curry a
broom and shout "Wo did it!" at
the he*.d of the triumphant tort-blight procession that celebrates tho
happy consummation of  what the
"solid  citizen" has toiled to win,
But 'twas   ever thus, and even the
man with tho broom and the stentorian tones has a useful sphere to
fill.   We hopo shortly to bo able to
publish such particulars as will justify the  broom   brigade going into
drill at once.
Tho work of tho licensing board
yesterday will on tlio wholo be approved by tlio common voico of the
community. Eighteen licenses-, it
will bo seen, have been granted
altogether, of which thirteen aro to
hotels, und but live to saloons simply. Two saloon licenses (previously allowed) woro refused, and
an additional hotel license (tlio
Queen's* granted. Under tho license
system, no one could fairly object to
tlio Queou's hotel getting a license.
ln refusing the two saloon licenses
referred to, tho board acted on tho
representation's of tho inspector,
and in the public interests. Several
of the hotels, which were unfavorably reported on by tho inspector,,
received thoir licenses on probation
only, and ojl are, of courso, subject
tJ the provisions of the new bylaw, which will be strictly find impartially enforced, beginning with
the 1st of July next. As we have
already stated, we consider the bylaw aa a whole a good measure, the
proper enforcement of which will bo
in tho interests of public morality
and to tho advantage of lho city in
every respect, and oven in tho best
interests of the hotel and saloon
keepers, a fact which somo of them
no doubt appreciate. In the strict
and impartial enforcement of the
various provisions of tbo by-law the
oivic authorities and tho officers of
the law will have tho sympathy and
bupport of tho largo majority of our
CltlZ'tlS.
The Winnipeg Commercial in an
able and lively article on "Crop Estimates" states that it is a noteworthy fact that nearly all tho crop
prophets on this continent start out
on the same track each spring, tho
differoiico between thoir estimates
or guesses being only in the moderation or extreme of each. Thus whon
tbo fieanoii starts out with gloomy
prosptuti, estimates arid guesses, it
says, tango in hue from a sandstone
jvrey to a coal tar black, and anything shoving a my of brightness
would be lookod upon na nonsense,
In liko manner, when a start ii
mado on the bright track, they range
from rudy brown to roso tint, and
durkiK:-s j& unknown. It ia seldom
that any radical ohango in estimates
takes place until the harvester and
threshing machine begin to toll their
taloof actual yield, and then they
frequently wot* around amazingly.
This yoar, says the Commercial, tho
crop estimate prophets seem to havo
all started in with bright hopes,
which wero not without foundation
six or seven weeks ngo. Threo
weeks ago, observes our cotemporary further on, tho crop in every
spring wheat state bufcnmj was estimated at 100 per cent, of an averago
crop, und to-dtty there is not one of
these states except Wisconsin on
which such uu estimate can be safely
risked Kansas, with its crop of
35,000,000 to 40,000,000 bushels of
winter wheat, promises to shade
these figures vory materially, and
thus maintain its reputation for furnishing disappointments, while tho
Pacific coast crop, estimated a monlli
ago at 60,000,000 bushels, has now
reached a level of not over 45,000,-
000 bushels, nnd it is vory probable
that this estimate is from 5,000,000
to  10,000,000 too high.   The crop
S respects of Manitoba und tho
forth west interest us in this province even more than figures on the
outlook in the States, and the Commercial, undeniably a fair authority,
has the following to say on the subject : "But to come nearer home,
where the disappointment of lust
year's crop has prevented any too
high expectations being built up,
exoept  by that olass who actually
know nothing of the state of crops,
and are ready to swallow any allur
ing estimate, even here the prospect
is far from  being as bright as could
bo wished.   The drought of tho past
three weeks hus no doubt had quite
a bad effect on many sections of tho
Northwest, although  thero is no
reason   to believo that any serious
damage has as yet been done, and
tho rains of tho past week havo no
doubt mitigated much of the damage   tlmt  was  being  dono.   Still
there   is   no hope, even under the
most favorable circumstances, of the
yield of grain being any thing like so
heavy as was the caso with the crop
of   1887,    The early spring  and
warmer weather from thia dato forward will  doubtless  put aU wheat
out of tho way of danger from frost,
so that our grain will come to market in good condition, once it does
como.   But  it  is folly to prospect
about any averago yield for a month
to come, and should tho season continuo   Avy, that   yield might prove
muoh lighter than our hopeful friends
care   to realize.   With tho crop in
Minnesota   and  tho two  Dakotas
uow acknowledged na likely to fall
considerably below an   average   in
yield, it does look as if the supply
of hard spring wheat for tlio coming
year would bo far from too plentiful,
and that   prices   for the new crop
would rango quito u little above tho
gloomy calculations that havo been
mado of late.   Indeed it seems as if
eastern millers were beginning to
foreshadow this, and to their forecast we may attribute the sharp up-'
ward   turn   in  prices which set in
last week.   Thero is therefore, scope
for congratulation even whero there
is  disappointment, for  if onr crop
does not turn out us heavy as that
of 1687, there is n probability thut
it will   bring bettor prices than it
did   that year."   Coming  to our
own province of British Oolumbia,
with the exception of tho rather unfortunate, and   practically unprecedented, plague of grasshoppers, in
the Nicola Valloy, which arc said
to have played considerable havoc
in   the  partial destruction of tho
grass and grain crops, thus threatening both the pasturage and iiay sup
ply—a serious inconvenience to the
large stool; interests of the district
in question—with   this exception,
the crop prospects generally throughout the province nro very promising,
and  especially so in Westminster
district, when; a larger lloreogo than
ever has been put under cultivation.
To judgo from the extensive bnsi
ness whicli agricultural machinery
concerns in thia city have dono with
the   farmers this season, groat interest   and activity are nlso being
manifested    by   the    enterprising
grangers   of   the   district   in   the
praiseworthy object of introducing
the latest and most labor-saving devices into their farming operations.
This fact i.- satisfactorily significant
in   more   than   ono obvious sense.
The  fruit   crop particularly gives
promise of being above the average,
in thi-* district at any rate, tho [urea
ent season.    On the whole, the crop
outilook for the provinco is the very
revorse of gloomy.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Real Estate and Financial Agency
RICHARDS, HAYWOOD & MACKINTOSH,
Conveyancers tt Notaries Public.
•P. O.  3oa 219.
Tolap*b.©3*is  _-To. '@1.
Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms easy.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
T.?Ts-_T_T-r^-_r   m.^.    T     ,-,,-.t        nM-fiS-*.WE D0 N0T SPECULATE OURSELVES, but |iivo nur ous-
lXlC_)J>-l£iY    TO    JLXOAN.      H*P*Sr      tomers tho bonom of all our spwial bargains.
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES & RANGES!
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
-OFFICES:
OOLONIAL HOTEL BUILDING,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
233 CORDOVA ST.
VANCOUVER.
SI YATES ST,
VICTORIA.
JAMES D. RAE
[SUCCESSOH TO D. McrHADEN]
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FIRST-CLASS
Groceries and Provisions
MT MU MS MM a     *Mr. MS •
Coll'ees Boasted and Ground on tlie Promises.    Fino Teas a Specialty.
■inly
-COLUMBIA STREET-
Notice to Builders
mENDERS WILL BR RECEIVED BY
A Uio nmlersigneil Up to July Ist for the
crontionnfaTWO-HTOKKY UKSIIiKNl'K
to be built on Lulu Island; for Sir. W.
Oarsoallen.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
Plans and snofllli-atlon-** ■■■n. be noon nt
Uteolllenor       UI.OW A MAOLUHE,
dJelMtd Architect
N. W. S. E„ Annual Meeting
THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
o( tlio sli-m-linlil'-ni of tlio New Westminster -Soulhern Hallway Company will
bo held at their oillces, NV\y Wesimlnster,
on Tuesday the-.'nd dayof July," 1889, ttt j
o'clock p. in. T, J. TRAPP.
djollld Secretary.
[
Wholesale CHy Market.
Beef,     per MO J to	
Pork ** 	
Mutton       " 	
Poiulopr-     ■• 	
Cabbage    "         „„
Onions        « 	
Wheal.         "           . ...
Oat.t '• 	
PUIS ■* 	
Hay,        nor ton    .,	
Butter {rolls) pent.	
Oneeee, " 	
EUR**,       perdoz	
Cordwood fret-nil) pcru-trd	
Apples, per box	
Hldi-sici per I'M lbs	
"    (dry)        "        	
Wool, per lb „
8 4 00(9 4 60
7 50 ft) 8 50
H ' -I • ■. Si i -0
5U Q 75
■50« l oo
l 'ii:i 1 50
:■■"-. 0 00
I 7.1(3
1 50 ci 2 00
12 mid-, 15 00
0 2-W 0 35
0 II in 0 15
0 20 51 25
■; un c* 4 oo
U9& 150
4 Wl (a) fi 00
5 Ml *a 0 00
6 ©     10
Children Cry inr Pitcher's C-
rfcTOUTXCIEL
[AVE THIS DAY SOLD A*ND
transferred to Oapt. Power tlie slea-
mer Gladys, and frnm this data he will
aastunt* ail ountrol of ihe utoamer and
linsincss. Thanklii*-: all for lliolr pntrnn-
ngeeoafoi-rod.In ihopiist.isollcltn con*
liniiuiK't* of Ihes-nin' lo my successor.
1 will M-ilIt' all liabilities up to date,
iiini any person l-nvlnx a cltiim of any
kind on llie Meanier or myself will pleaso
present it for Immediate settlement, and
all portions Indebted to mo will please
nettle nt once or their accounts will be
placed In n-oiieiim-N hands for collection.
Address all communications to P, 0.
box 103, Now Westminstor.
WM. 1). TOWNSEND.
New Wostminstor, June 23,1880.   je22dflt
G. E. WOODS
Laud Surveyor.
A. G. GAMBLE
Notary Publio.
LAND SURVEYORS,
Baptist  OHUROH* Agnes Htreet
East of   Mnry street-,    Lord's  Dny
Services at ll a, m. and X p.m. Sabbath
School iimUlllite Class ut -.::;lii •-, [*-,. AM
seats free- BtranKors conilftUy welcomed.
—Rev. Thos. Baldwin, pnstor.
METHOD]) NT
Slreet.   Ite v.
c nunc ii,   Mary
 .1- H.   Whlic. Pastor.
Services al n ». m, in,,;:;:, ;11. Kiimiay
KobooliimlUlbUii.'U^-JrlloV.io. Prayer
M('!*lmn on Thi-f.-u.jiy.; ■*.* t.M'm.i, ■■■■;;1k
free; fitriiiii-ers mw'-iiiiMy invltod.
qt. PAUL'S ciiuiMni, John street,
W Ol-POKU-'OraiiKe li.ill. l't'V. TlmmiiH
lladilon, pdj-lor. Servici-H '•vervMiimlay
at II a, m. and 7 p. in. Tlmn.'1i'.v'i*v»-jiii.L«-
at Tili'io'eloek.   Si-al.-* five; all 'nr.-. ,onli-
ally Invited. Sunday School at 2180 p. m.
f-IlUKCH OF ENGLAND.-^HOLY
\J  TRINITY   Cimimil;   Ik-clnr,  'lhe
\ en. Areliileacon Woods. H, M-vltY'S
(•1IUK;.:II' Hector.Tla-Ilishop. ,',,-vices
hi i-mh <;linivh.-H nrry tUtu, All fonts
free. Hoth (•liiii-fdK-suni.n all davfor private prayer,
pUIOSUYTI-'UiA:.    CHURCH
,1,   ANDREW'S), corner Carnarvon and
Blackwood sts. ltd
lor. services nt ll a. in
day-school mm Blblo-i
Pniyer-meellnuoii Tin
7.00.   Seats free; gtrangi
(ST.
Rcoulor, pas*
miu 7 p. in.; sun-
ass nt L'-*ill p. in ;
sday evenings at
» welcoino.
ANDREW'S
. .. The regulav meetings ot
llil" AsKOflutliin iiielK-lduii Hu- h-.ritif.'--
ilayufeai-h monlli,iit'lo'clock p.,,,, All
Kt'ohdimoii nro Invited lo mieiid. -.Ioiin
BUIK, See.
A VV(i0V,Y'r LORD DTJPPERIN.
_4*A. No. find, lhe roanlnr me.'tiai-s <if
tin-abovo Conrl are ht-lil i,l the Fonder.*-'
I hill, on thollislaii'l third Wedne--rlnv in
ench inonth-ntSp. iii.-.Ino. McMdii-iiy,
Senr., P. O. It
l| 1U91UAUVB|
AND CONVEYANCERS.
-A.G**EJS*TS  FOB
fikh—Tbe Western of Toronlo.Thfj m-
nn, Tbo City of London, and Tho Hail-
ford.
HPR.—The Now York Life Insurance Co.
ACCIDKNT-ThoTrnvellcrs'ofllnrlford
Land Snrvoylng in nil lis branchesnc-
ciiiJiloly nnd promptly carried ont.
City and 8u bur bnn l.ntidi for Snle.
We ean show a completo list of desirable
locnlllles.
FnrminRl.nnds, improved andiinlm-
prt.ve i, tliroiii'hoiil. the dhlrlct,
Mining ami other Stock bought nnd
sold,
Money to Lonn on tlrst nuntna^enl
low rnt«8.
Tblbphonr Cam. No. :i:i.
P. O. DllAWEIt W.
WOODS, TIirYk¥*«;«AMBLK,
Qffioc, Elladd's Blook,   •   Columbia Street
new westminster.
dm h Uto
Kindergarten School.
MISS DRUMMOND WILL OPEN THE
nbovo fo: children from 3 yenrs of
ngo.Juiie 10lh,1860.
Tisaws-53 per montb.
Carnarvon street, dlrcolly oppo-illo the
Presbyterian  Church,  New wesimln
ster, B.C. dJeHml
GROG
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Canadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
A. DesBRBSAY, Cor. Columbia & Blackie Sts.
PUGQ8ESI     BU§Gli§J
NOTICE TO 00NTRA0TORS
SEALED TENDERS WILL HB RE-
ceived by tbo Trustees of tbe Royal
Columbian Hospital Compnny up in noon
of SATURDAY, ',*oili July, for the erection and completion of a Hospital on Lot
4, Block 2, Suburbs of New Westminster.
Ench louder must bo nccompanlod by
nn nccepted bank cheque for a sum equal
to flvo per cent, of ihenmounlof the ten*
der, mado payable to the undersigned. In
tho evenI- of n contract being lot the
cheque will lie retained ns part security
tor tho duo performance of tbo work.
Tho cheque will ho returned to unsuccessful competitors, hut will bo forfeited
by nny bidder who may decline to execute a contract Ifi-nlled upon to do so.
Plans ami s-iccillcntloiitt enn   be seen
nnd rorn'f- for tender obtained at tho oflloe
of Clow 4 Maclure, architects, Now Westminster.
The lowest or any tender not nccc-sai'Ily
accepted, W. H. KEARY.
Hon. Secretary.
Royal Columbian Hospital. . *
New Wesl., 27th June, 1880.     dje27td
1867
1889.
W <-• T- U.-RECJULAIt MEKTINQ
¥y . ovory Wednesday afternoon nt .1
o'clock at tho w. 0. T. U. Headqiinrtors.
Douglas SI. lloyal Uglon In llio "nme
pliiee every Friday afternoon.—M«». Jas,
Cj«"»attAM, President; Miss DeIIkck
UNION LODGE No, 9, A. F.
A A. M.—The regular meetings of this Lotigo nre bold In
„• 7 .lho Masonlo Temple on the flrst
Wednesday In ench month, nt7:30o'clock
p. m. Sojourning broihrim nre cord in liy
Invlied toatli-ntl.-rW.C. Coatham, Hoc,
R°nF.,\?p T"A,ll>E- Bwnl Room,
p Oddfellows Brick Block, up-slairs
Council moots on the lirst and third Wednesday In oach monlh,at 4 p.m. Qimrlorl v
meetings on the Mnd of Feb., May., Aug.
nnd Nov., nt 7:30 p. m. New members
mny ho proposod nml elected nt ftny Qtiar*
torly mooting,-!', RonsoN.Soc
NEW WESTMINSTER
BUILDING80CIETY.
A OHNKBAL MEETING WILL RE
A    held In tbo COURT HOUSE ou
Saturdiiy tlio SOth June,
AT 8 P.* M.
PtfRPOMh-Drawing forthe Eleventh Ap-
proprlaiioii of 31,000,
Meinbers ln arrears nro requested lo pay
S*iA9w '"' t,ie soowtary-a offloe, Bank
Dnlldlngg, Mnry slroet, before thnt date so
na lo lessen tho Secretary's work on that
evoning.
New members will bo admitted totho
Drawing on payment nf entrance /co, 81,
and four weeks' subscription*!. K nor
share.
By ordor,     WALTER J. WALKER,
Secretary.
June 21th, 1689. djeiz-ltu
•XOKTZIXIR
HARDWARE
mermymMMM ns
ESTABLISHED 18il
Jas. Cunningham
COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTEB, t. C.
IMPOHTEIt OI'*
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Ohinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
' Plaster, Cement,,
Lime, Hair.
MANDFACTURER OF
mAM SHEET-IRON WARE.
CONTRACTS FOR
Iron Cornice Work, da g-lltUng,
Plumbing, Kooflur'', *c
CITY OF VANCOUVER
Dominion Day
JUST RECEIVED,
A <-A!M-'>A» OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring iIcLaughlan
Mm mj ms- ms
ms $m
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
62T The Best and Cheapest Rigs evev offered for sale in
British Columbia.^]
3E-t.©:Lci eSs C-O-i-ri©.
dwiipstc
"Toronto' Mowers
Maxwell Mowers
The Little Maxwell
Steel Frame Binders.
IN VAM'OI'YEK.
—ON—
Monday and Tuesday
—TUB-
1st and 2nd July
Largest Prizes ever Given in
the Province lor
FIREMEN'S CONTESTS,
ATHLETIC SPORTS,
Boat Racing,
Sailing k Bowing Matches
CANOE RACES,
Cricket, Baseball & Lacrosse
BICYCLE RACES,
HORSERACES
<'IMMt> PARADE
Of nil HlO Trades, Professions, Friendly
Hoc loti cs nnd Natlonnl AsHocintlons will
commence at fl o'clock on tlio 1st of .Inly,
nt Hin City Hnll, In which will nlso participate representatives nf Hor Majesty's
Navy, and Army, viz: The Bailors nnd
Marine! of II. M. Warships, "C" Battery
R. O, O. A., tho Volunteers nud Militia of
New Westminster. In tbls procession
will he shown thoonpabilltlosand resources of our Province. '
4-1RAND BALL
Dpera Ho .
the Kveiiluj t»t MontUy, (he
In the IMPERIAL Opera House un
'     "Crenluj of Blond*]
Flnt Day at Jnly,
Fireworks and Torchlight
ProccHsion
Iu the Harbor on the ovonlng of July the
2nd (Tutntlny),In which Hor MftJesWe
warships, undor the command of Admiral
Ht-i-cng--, will ttHsist, nnd wliich will he
the grandCHt fentnro of tills celebration,
nnd tho most brilliant display ever witnessed on this const.
C1IKAP EXCURHIONS
Hnvo been ni ranged for from Victorin,
Now Westminster, Nannlmo, Honltle, Ta-
coma, Port Townsend, Portland,anil othor
Hound porta, nud from all points of tho
'•atFor further partiiulars goo special
programmes. tiaajetd
F.G.Strickland A Co.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Plamet. jr., Warden Tools,
liiiwii Mow ers, &c. &c.
Tiger   Rake.
Sharp's Do.
Maxwell Do.
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.
Branvilla & Water Sis,, Van t ver
dwnolyl
THIS SPACE I1KI-ONQ:-' TO
H. T. READ & GO
HAIUlWAtlE MKHCHANT&
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine Shop
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
7BbO.BSiXS.Vr  TL.JA.-VO',
__¥CA_-VA.&-XIJ_i,.
-X_&._-TXT2r__OT:-_-XlBXlB   OB
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY
,U;itH I I.TUtU, & ALL KINKS OF SIACIIIM-nV.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. a.—All orders from the upper country piomptly attended to.
dwuolmB
Chas. McDONOUGH
Front Street, New Westminster.
Minster lillslooh11
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS k all kinds of Woolen Good
KEADV-NADK CLOTHING.
U*-|?" The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmhjotc
Douglas & Deighton,
MANUFACTURERS AHD IKPOHTEDS OF
BRITISH MllllA IAT MARKET,
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT  l-Iil-VliYOIW IN GENERAL.    FKESII ANR CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
«3-.S|)t:ciiil lines quoted for tho shipping trade.   Family orders strictly Attended
to.   Hotels will find it to their interest to place their ordors with tho above firm.
dSnoly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN jTrEICHENBACH,
raUCOESSOBS TO W. B. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Bacon, Sniisnge, Bolognas- Etc.
dnotvl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
TnB Oo*,uhiiiai- Pniimi-a Establishmbnt has first-oka", faotatios for
nil kinds of Commercial Printing. Bill Heads Letter Headi, Circular*,
Gardi, Envelopes, Blank Forms of every description, Posters, Dodgers,
Price Lists, &c.   Prices will be found ns low as at any other offio-> where
first-chus work is done.
HARNESS SADDLES and BRIDLES
WHIPS,
SADDLEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, B. C.
	
SEND IN YOUIt ORDERS.   AU. WORK OP THE BEST MATERIA!. ANll   j
WORKMANSHIP.   PRICES LOW.
ROYAL CITY
Planing Mills Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS, (
. _l-.--T-Z_  ALL  7£X*CTDB  OS*
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors,   Frames,   Windows,
Mouldings. Balusters,
Blinds. Brackets,
Kalllntrs, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCV AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED' WORK.
nolMwl" VOLUME VI.-NO- 152.
DAILY BB1TISH COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMIMSTEB, B. 0,, JUNE 2g- 1889.
SOME STRANGE BELIEFS.
Vcnmiblo and Extraordinary finpov-dUions
About Teoth.
Tlio back tooth of a horso, found by
chanco, will, sny the Irish, keep you supplied with money.
If you wish to avoid tho toothache, say
tho sons of Erin, never shave ou Sunday.
Teeth havo often been worn aB-amulets.
Sharks' teeth serve this parrnm in Samoa,
■-"it -vns formerly that-tehi that a wolf's
tooth, worn h* u bag about tho neck, would
ohaso fear away from the possessor.
Iu Nova Scotia, and in some parts of tho
United State';, children' aro told that tho
now tooth will ho a gold one if tho tonftuo
is kept out of tho old cavity.
If a child teoth early, it is thought, in
England, to predict mora children, '-Soon
teiAi* soon toes," is tho adago both in that
counti>-m--*in sWeden.
An old v-ork, published in 1683, tolls us
that to loso a tooth or an oyo is also to loso
norno friond or kinsman, or ia, ut least, attended by somo iU-lnok.
If a tooth comes first In tho uppor jaw
it is, people used to say, an omen of early
death, as tho child can not survive do potent a disaster.
In Sussex, England, a necklace of beads,
mndo from peony root, was placed on tho
J<%r<uicck to assist tho operation of tooth-
tnought p&>ipv.of amber beads was also
It was eaid tfoi/-
uo thrown away when "t^teoth must not
nny animal got such a troP out> f°*- U
In?tVV°iUdb0 "teUatrtSawtUo uoxt
ing tho old ono. ■        ^ -al find-
t tno truo ornaa #-«,_« ■     T,-   «.      ,
Mimhn»rrf#Sr! fromJP»o «6U off a piece
Jiunbwof toetbtijU^TtftWdiistantinoplo tho
■■avi^-llomouthsof men were
PWrty-two to twenty-three,
on iron nail raise and cut the
gum about tho tooth until it bleed, nnd
that some of tho blood spill upon tho nail.
Then drive it into a wooden beam up to tho
head. After this is dono you nover shall
havo the toothacho in all your life."
A work published in 1595 prescribes the
following remedy for an aching tooth: Tho
patient was to inhalo tho smoko from a ves-
sel in which dried herbs were mixed with
E Uve coals. Eo must then brcatho ovor a
cup holding wator mixed with wax and
iii serum- when it was said that a worm- the
causo of tho trouble, would appear in the cu p.
FOUND IN A CLEFT.
Steed aud Ills Rider Who Had Been
Hidden Thoro for Years.
Henry Martin, who resides up In tho direction of Antclopo Basin, W. T., recently
bomo across a ghastly relic of early days
tfwhich might woll form tho foundation for a
**ftaloof frontier life.
.".-! He was out prospecting ln a wild and
tbrokon part of tho country, whero in tho
Wist of an elevated plateau itls not uncommon to suddonly find onoself on tho
[brink of a crovasso or clof.t in tho rock, a
Iplungo down which would inevitably prove
■fatal, says tho Larinio Boomerange. It was
m examining ono of thoso strango openings,
formed during somo tremendous convulsion
if tho earth agca ago, that Mr. Martin saw
pinned between tho ndamnntiuo walls fur
below him tho whitened bones of a man and
fioit-o. Ha mado n circuitous -jouruoy
Hi'irouiLtl tho hill which brought him tc
BRvhcro it was possslblo to enter tho narrow
■'■j-orgo and by difficult climbing over ragged
guowldors to roach tho skeletons. Ho t-au-
liioiialy picked his wny through for ndis-
Htnuco of several hundred feet, and at
Jcin'ili reached tho object which hud exited his curiosity. Thero was no doubt
ram tho position of tho minimal and his
■idor that they ,hnd plunged headlong tc
.heir death either whilo being pursued or in
iouio mad rido which did not leavo timo tc
■■hock thcmsolvos on tho brink of tho yawn-
tag chasm.
( Tho man must havo boon fully six feot iu
-.might, and botween fifty and sixty years
if ago, tho latter supposition being established by tho fact that ho had during lifo
float somo of his teoth and tho bouo hud
'.crown over tho cavities afterward.,
it,' Tho skull showed a rather intelligent
!a.'orchond, tho cheek-bones woro prominent
n,W tho genoral shapo of tho head indicated
litiat tho bones wero thoso of n Mexican.1
'his theory was confirmed by tho further
ilscovery of a rich Mexican sombrero, with
icavy gold trimmings, all in a good stato of
preservation.
\ Tho skeleton was found in a perpendicular
liosition. tho head downward and tightly
l)lnn->ti between tho two walls of rock. Tho
Hdol* had fallen from his steed and tho
lioiicsoftho lattor wero similarly susponded,
Jj put twonty feot further up.
'it Inn littlo basin nt tho foot of thogorgo
Was discovered a copper plate about six
nScIiob square, and, strongest of all, n plug
«tobacco of apparently ancient manufacture, but seemingly as perfect as when tho
.y.ead man had put it in his pocket to solace
■&in in his lonely rido across the hills.
tow a New York Woman Treats Her Patients for Ugliness*
* There Is a woman in New York who haB a
rowing clientele of patients coming to her
) be treated for ugliness, says tho Now
. Vork n-'orid. Tboy may bo In perfoct health
I'V'ihysically, but not quito at peace ln their
nl minds becauso of dofects which render
. iliein unpleasing in tho eyes of their follow
, "nortals, and sho ministers to this mind
] diseased by curing, aB far as possible, tho
1-complalnt of plainness. Women go to her
\ lo bo mado thinner or stouter, to have their
! color heightened or reduced, to botveatcd
x-lor ugly complexions, rod eyes, thin hair,
iround shoulders, and all tho physical faults
ft wliich mako tho aiftcronco botween beauty
[lnnd tho lack of it. I'o women who aro too
f cutout she recommends a bath of Bait wator
iC in tho morning, two or throo handfuls of
u rock salt boing put in tho hath ovor night
■tand allowed to dissolve. Thoy must bo
jjruiibod down with a heavy Turkish towel
I after this salt bath, and aro to sloop on
{hard beds, whilo tho only Internal treat*
ii ment sho proscribes is Congress water and
\ a grain or two of roasted coffco, to bo
| chowca half an hour beforo meals, which
} will greatly lessen thn appetite for food.
I Bho suggests a diet of crosses, lettuce and
I spinach- with desserts of Iceland moss jol-
T lies.
Tnin women Bho feeds on carrots and
1 parsnips and dosoB thom with a few drops
' of sold phosliutc beforo meals to givo thom
! an appettto for the muffins, brown broad,
< oatmeal, and fruit that aro to form tho
I greater partof their diet. But what sho principally relies upon to add flesh to thin girls
J is a pint of sweet milk to bo drank overy
\ night just beforo getting Into bod. Sho
>: ordors oft tho corsets ol round-shouldered
girls and puts thom into braces instead,
i with daily exercises on a pulling machine
i to help on tho good work, while awkward
and heavy girls aro given a bar ovor whieh
1 they aro to jump many times overy day.
i, When a woman has becomo too florid sho is
} fed on sassafras tea and given hot baths,
and tho polo woman has hor baihs cclfl and
a bottlo of clarot each day. This "beauty
doctor," as sho Ib called, has effected some
wondorful cures of plainness, and in sever-
I al cases has taken ontiro chargo of a woman
t for six montbs with tho result that at tho
I ond of that timo hor friends scarcely know
[ her. Thoro Ib talk of an infirmary or prl-
| vato hospital being established near Now
York, ot whioh tho beauty doctor Is to havo
I charge, and whoro women will go, as thoy
do now to tho rest euros, to undergo
thorough treatment for ugliness.   This
femalo beauty cultivator Is stern nnd dictatorial, and wUl immediately glvo up n
caso If her directions aro uot followed to
tho letter.  She has great hopes of her
hospital, whoro hor patients will bo directly under hor oyo and Bho can see that, her
ideas aro carried out, Sho holds that thoro
is no excuse for thorough ugliness, and
that it cau be to a great extent mado a mat-
MrcfwUl with a woman tfntbw.irtw wiU
It Makes
You Hungry
"I have used Palne's celery compound and 11
has bad a salutarj
spring medicine moansmorenow-a-daysthaalt
did ten years ago. Tho wlntorof isas-so haslefl
the nerves all fagged out. The nerves must M
strengthened, tho blood purified, llvor and
bowels regulated. Palne's Celery Compound-
(/■* Spring medtettu of today-torn all this,
as nothing else can. Prescribed by Physician*
Recommended by Druggists, Endorsed by Ministers,
Guaranteed by tht Mamiflteturers to be
The Best
Spring Medicine.
"In tho spring of 1S8TI was all run down. 1
would got up lu the morning with so tired a
feeling, and was so weak that I could hardly get
around. I bought a bottlo or raine's Celery compound, and before I had taken it a week I felt
very much bettor. I can cheefully recommend
It to aU who need a building up and strengthening medicine." Ura.D.A.Dow,BurllnBtOD-Vb
Paine's
Celery Compound
'"ItUlOUB
JrJt|zer. Plcaanntto
on, and without nny
Ives that rugged health
,. thing taste good. It cures
.1 kindred dlsordars.  Physicians
$i,w. SU for $6.00. Druggists,
'A RlcnARDSOK&CO.,    -   MoKTBIAL,
JVm-r _fhilt   Always sure.
uctated nufeyBSSSSSSt
City Taxes.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH A BFSOLIT-
llon of the City Council,passed on the
20th Inn'., nil City Taxes on real estate for
tbe current yonr will bo subject to a rebate
of li") per cent. If pnld before tlio Hist July,
pros. This rebate docs not applyto arrears or debenture rates.
D. BOBSON.
CltyCleik.
City Clerk's Odlce,
27th Juno, IffiO. Jor.7dwlw
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH MILK
Dollvcred Dally to Customers In all parts
of (ho City.
IIolelBnml Restaurant:' supplied at Special Hates by tbo yoar,
FRESH ECCS
Delivered at Mnrkct Rates.
Orders left nt M. Sinclair's will bo
promptly attended to.
WRAVER rb WOODWARD,
djcldyl Proprloiorc.
G-XIJlJXiJD
EXCURSION
 TO	
Harrison Hot Springs
DOM EN ION DAY
MONDAY, JULY I, 18S0.
Under the auspices of the Y. P. ft. C. K. of
the Baptist Oluircb.
The Str. ADELAIDE
Hns been chartered for tho occasion and
will leave Kweu-s wharf at 7 o'clock on
Mondny morning, July  1, for  Harrison
Hot Springs, roturnlbg the same evening.
Tickets, $2 each (ladles freo), tuny ho
procured at Beggs aHcnrd'H tailoring establishment inext door lo Dickinson's
butcher shop) and at D. Lyal A Co.'s bookstore, djcliatd
Coinerford Ss McDougalU
MERCHANT TAILORS,
WISH TO INFORM TnE PEOPLE of
Now Westminster Hint they have
ro*oponod lho store lately occupied by
Messrs. Woods, Turner A Gamble, nm!
aro now prepared to execute all orders for
T.A.ILORIIsrG*
A fino lino of Cloths juat received,
con-rioting ot nil the Latent Designs front Europe nn markets
MR. J. A, MoDOUQALL will attend to
tho cutting, and Is a practical mechanic
of twelve years'experience in lhe United
States; also two years ns foreman for
Messrs. Gregg A Son, ot Victoria,
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Colimuia Street, Opposite Bank of Montreal
new westminster.
dioiimm
M.A.McRAE
Merchant Inilor
BEAUTIFUL ItANOB OP
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Chock"
for spring and summer,
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Columbia St,,   •   Nkw Wkstmihhtkh.
dWmUSDte
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE   BARGAINS
Suits tt Pants
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
Weare soiling the bent of
English. Hrotoil & French Goods
At prices away down dumper then
Ever.
Cull and examine and weare satisfied
that you will buy before yon leavo lhe
store.
All work guaranteed.
dmhlyl M «*I«mbla llnil.
i^roarxoE.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THE
city Mr. Newton A. White will have
ehurgo of my business, aud hus authority
tocollect mid discharge nil accounts in
connection thcrewilli, etc.
ft. li. WEBB.
Ko-v Westminster, Juno 0.18S0.    dje0in2
TO ARCHITECTS.
PLANS AND SPiDl'IFIOATlONS WILL
bo receive-! by lho under-ilgned for
ihe buildings to bo erected for ihe provincial exhibition on Quqcu-h park. Size
nnd class of buildings required ami all
other piii-liou I ars cnu bo obtained on
application to
THOS. eilNMNGHAM,
Chnlrman Park Committee.
Westminster, Juno 17,18S9.        djel7to
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
SAWMILL OWNERS, LOGGERS, nnd
others aro notified that   our steel
I UR-boai,
"THPIO,"
Will bo ready for work about the Uth Inst.,
and wo aro prepared lo en tor into contracts ror ail klndH of towing, tlghter-
1 tig, Ac.
EVANS, COLEMAN & EVANS,
dmyflto Vancouver, II. C,
Portland-Westminster!
THE RTEAMSHIP
^XXDJLXXO
IU, SAIL PROM POHTI.AKI* FOB
>'o,v WcBlmlusteroil
Thursday, June 37th,
For frt'ljiti! ,.*■(.'., iil'i'l.vti)
JAMES WIHU,
Front Htreet,
New Wosl., Juuo .0,1S30.       ilJe25Ki
w
To Contractors!
rpENDlCllS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
L llie undersigned up to noon on Thnr-t-
daj, 4Ui -Inly, for the erection of a
TWO-STORY DWELLING
On Agnes Street for Chas. McDonough,
Esq.
Plans and spcclllfntlona nt my oflice,
Tho lowest- or nny lender not necessarily
accepted.
G. W. GRANT,
Architect,
Westminstor. June27,mSi). dJeETld
tan i
IRCMOVED FROM SAAII CH 10 VlDIOIIIA]
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,
Jtiiliaomo VICTOlltA, B. 0.
THE WESTMINSTER
Poultry Yards
JOHN S. COX, Prop.
Light Uvaliinna-
Parlrlilge Coclihlns-
1*1 ymniitli Hocks,
-White face Bl'k Spanish
White Crested, lllack   and Golden
Polands-
Iloudnuit     SUver-penollled   Hamburg-,.
Black, Ued and Pitt GameH.
Toulouse Geese.     Iltiueii Ducks.
My Yards are open for inspection.
dwmliStc
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED lm.
M. R. SMITH & Cp„
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment  to Her
Majesty's Royal Nnvy, tbe Dominion Government, Ac.
Medal nnd Diploma awarded at tho Colonial nnd Indian F.xhlbltlon, London, 1886.
FACTORY—Niagara Ht., Jain-?nBay.
OFFlCES-STITort ftV, Victoria, B. O.
daoflnifl
Port Kells
This Fine Townsite,' at the l'rcsli-AVater
Junction of the
Southern Railw'y
ID Miles Above Westminster,
Has just been Survoyctl, ami tiic Lots
nre for sale by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
 AIM	
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Of Nkw Wkstminstkii, B. C.
The advantages anil prospects of this
Plot for a futuro thriving Town nre
many.
Tlio Land in the vicinity is good.
Tlioro aro iuoxhuustible IRON ORE
DEPOSITS, of n superior quality, immediately adjacent, ns well ns vast strata of
the iliiest BUILDING SAND and POT-
TEttY CLAY.
On tbo Townsito are a number of valuable MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication by land and wator is
unequalled, hy reason of the location nf
the Townsito ou the Fraser River and
tlio Southern Railway, while the nntural
elevation and lay of the laud can not he
excelled as a situation for a fine town.
The ground Ib open and clear of heavy
timber.
The site has been selected as ono of
tho most important statin s on the
Southern Railway, nnd with tho completion of the road, in the noar future,
must, with nil its other advantages,
spring into prominence at onee.
Thoso who apply early will havo tho
plak ot tha Lots.
A clear title givon with overy purchase,
Parties wishing Lots can apply as well,
on tho premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
dmyOta PsopRn-roit,
W. 0. LOYE,
Fa-taii Soot ii Shoo Mik
lit-(mil-tut' Neatly  Done.   Cork Sole
Work a Spevlalty.
•s-Ordt-rs promptly altendutl to.
.Clnrkium St., in rear uf Colonial Hotel, noxt lo Rand Bros,- olllcc. dticltc
DRESSMAKING
At HISS JEXNIKUS',
(Lath of England)
Corner of Church and Oolumbla Streets,
pUSW WESTMINSTER.
VS~Hn.tlsfnct.lon guaranteed.     dwfe7tc
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STBEET,
New Westminster, B.C.
m_r Ha'lsfaclluu guariiutucil.      dapll)t<
FRESH CALIFORNIA AKD LOCAL
Fruits StMeiais
ALWAYS ON HAND.   .
GOODS DELIVERED FREE,
ilJe21to
the Tiioiiouaii-imKD stoke-pohis
.TEiisBY mjr,r„
"Governc"* l¥ioody"
Will stand for rci-vlco this si-nson nt Pel-
hani Dairy. New Weslmlnsti-r, where the
beautiful net of this superb animal can bo
seen aud Inspected.
A few calves for sale.   Terms reasonable.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
RAr.Pii Booth, Proprietor.
Manager. dmy2*tc
Corbett & Kennedy,
MAXUFACTUneiU!  OF
TIN, COPPERS SHEET-IRON
*W--A.3*H1-.
webster's block. (up-stairs),
Front Street,      New Westminster,
having jost opened in the
above line, worospuelfullysoliclta
share of the trade, and trust by careful
attention to orders nnd moderate charges
to merit tho same. >'xperleneed workmen' satisfaction guaranteed,
Estimates furnished for Galvanised Iron
Cornice, Rooilnir, Pluiubiii--, Gas-flttlng,
Steum and Hot Water Heaunff, Ac.
MTEntrnnee to promise's on Mnry St.,
In roar of Rank of R. C. dwmhUtu
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
(CIGAR, ASK FOR THE
BR8T1SH LION
HENRY LEE,
on. MAIN LAND.
laTThey are not only made of the
Choicest Tobuceo but thoy arc of
Home Manufacture, and should bo
patronized by all good citizens,
VVF-1. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HOLBROOK BUILDINO,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PKOVISIONS.
—ALSO—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRY GOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
LUNDBOHM'S BLOOK,
Coluiutttn Street,       New Westminster.
noldwly
notice to Contractors,
SBALED TENDERS Wlhh IM'. RE-
ceived by tlio Hon, Chief Commie*
Klo-ii-'-itf Lands imd Works unto noon of
Widii->sd--,v, 1(1'h July, for u<li)lllons and
alterations lo tho Provincial Insane Asylum, nt New Westminster.
Each teniler mui-t- be accoinpniiii-d by
an iict'Opled hank ebeqiio for li -.inn ci'iinl
to livo lu'rcent. of llienniiiiintor the len*
ibr. iniiilonaviihlelolho lion, fide" Com*
mlH-h.ner uf Liindt nnd Works. Inthe
even! of n contract beliii* let the chi'iiue
will be rottilnod as port Boourlly for tho
due pc-fornmncc itf Ibe work. Thi-elu'-iue
will bn relurni'd lo unsuccessful canine-
tllors, but will boforfelle.i by nny bidder
who mny decline to exeotlto a contract If
culled upon to do so.
Plans nnd sneelllcnllonst'iin besef-nnii*l
forms for tender obtained at lho oltiecof
Geo. W. ("runt, EHt]., Arohltoct, New Westminster, or at the otlleo of tlio undor*
sinned.
The lowest or any tender not neeessnrlly
accepted.
W. ft. GORE,
Surveyor-General.
Lands rnd Work'- Department,
Victoria, II a, lllih June, IBRD.
    2*jed8w      _________
Mortl British k Mercantile
T-PIIRiE!
el
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Capital,    -    $15,000,(100.00
Subscrlbou Cnpltnll, ns nt ::ut 1> e,, 1888,
119^00,600. l''lre Fund nml Itpsorvo, "fl,-
2I2.T20.  Not rronilums, 1898,88,010,8:10.
OF LONDON.
Capital,     -    $0,733,000.00
UATES   AS    LOW   AS   ANY   OTHER
COMPANIES llOlNtl  BUSINESS
IN niUTIHK COLUMBIA.
J. 0-. T^-QTJBS
Agent for New Westminster Oity
and District. djittto
To Contractors A Carpenters
nlENDKRS WILI. UE RECEIVED BY
. tbo undersign**' up to noon of SATURDAY, lifliii iiihI., for tbe (tlvlJlng of
Herring's O-iera House Into tenements,
ond other work. Plan:- and specif lent Inns
ean be soon at my oilice, Mnry Slreet.
The lowest or auy tender not necessarily
accepted.
Q. W. GRANT.
Xew Westminster, JuneT,16S9.     dje7td
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry^MachineWorks
THE PROPRIETORS OF THEHE
works have much pleasure In notifying thoir friends and the publio that tbey
are now prepnrcd to receive and promptly
execute uny orders for work in tbelr line
with which tbey may be favored,
it.lHcKEI.VIE,
Mechanical Manager,
Vancouver, B.C., Sth May, 1888.
 dwmyl2te	
it is an undeniaule fact that
oahteks
Temple of Music I
Is the Place to Buy First-Class
PIANOS <"» ORGANS
At auch Prices and Terms as will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer,
For price-* and terms, apply to DARTER'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC,
Vancouver* B. C-
2'M HiMll.is*.') HI. Wesl. ibipIOtc
mm mw.
BRACKMAN & KER,
KANUFAOrUREH8  OF
OATMEAL
Hy the Latest improved Procc-is.
13?ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILIS ill Korlli Sunnlcb,
OFFICE & WAtlBHOnSEl Tictorln.
dmoSBmfi
ff.
an.
830-33!! C0KU0VA STREKT,
VAWCOUVEK.B.C.
Importers and Dealers In
MACHINERY
OK ALL DICHCIUTIONS.
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
i dwdeMto	
Canadian Pacific Railway,
PACIFIC DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MASTERS OF VES-
sols and other Craft iiavlgalinfif lhe
r ittser River nre cautioned to keep within
tho Uuovs painted Red and White, re-
npect'Ively,«t the Mission Brlditc, nsdur-
ln(-1 he construction of tho IlriiJi-o, unvi-
Riulon between lho banks of the River
and tbo Buoys Is dn'ugorbus,owibg to piles
belli-* driven ihere.
H. AlllliiTT,
General Puperintendent,
Vimcotiver, li. 0.,7th Mny.ISBD,  dmySlo
IsTOTXQE.
NOTICE IS HERII.BY GIVEN THAT
110 days nfterdn.it! we Intond makltifr
nppllcation lo the Chief Commissioner of
Lnnds and Works for a lease for timbering purposes of tlio fol low) cf* described
lauds, situated In Hay ward Dis'rlot, Vancouver Island:
Commencing at a stake placed mi the
west shore of n small Inke dun soutli of
I.ota:, snywartl District., about one mile
from smith end of snld lake; tnence west
aa)chains, thence south 4110chnlns, llience
enst 5110 cbnins, thence north 730 chains,
thenco west tl'20 chains, thenco south 2J0
chains, thenco east 110 chains, more or
less, to the above-mentioned lake, Ihenoe
menndcrlnj; along slioro of said lake to
place of commencement;—contulnlng about :ii),000 acres, moro or less.
Royal citv Planing Mills Co. Ld.
Jons llKHmtv, Manager.
New Westminster, June 10,1889.
dlljolm	
-T-EC-H-
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
lillll*" i/iit-ii, I
J. J, WILSON, - MANAGER.
Ittitos, $1.00 and $l.r,Oiicr Buy.
AccoitmNQ to noou.
SPECIAl RATES BV THE WEEK OR MONTH.
»B* 1'nrtios snp|,Iloil with nil kln.ls of
ICE-CREAM, iliny'DiO
Dominion Lands.
IP YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
l-'e-otiiptinii or for rent, of Mining or
Gins-ln-* I.iuiil, or buying Fnrm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay In SCRIP <*nd savo a
largo discount.
Scrip enn be obtained In targe or small
qnanlllleft from
ALLOWAr & CHAMPION
'•.'I-JNirEO,   MANITOBA,
OK  FROH
THK DANK OF I1IIITI8II COLUMBIA,
NBW WESTMINSTER
ilwnilillle 	
KSTABMSIIKl! 1S5D.
ilOBT DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
He.ar), Oppoalte the Colonial Hotel.
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all description, of
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam.
liles, Restaurants, uid Steamboats at th.
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM PRODUCE.
nixu nuuui
.1,'.,     An.,     Ac.
LEAVE ORDERS AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHABP.
 dinyaitc	
J. W. WINGER
DKALEJUN
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
SAN JUAN LIME
Always Iu .Stock,
Orders left at the O. F.N. "Wharf will bo
promptly delivered. dmh20to
WM. H. VIANEN,
■WHOLESALE
Ms Em Dealer!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
£"- Highest Price paid for Furs and
Deer Hides.
Correspondence lnvltcl. u9.Tt-h'|>li<>!]c
Call No. li. iljnSlc
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot op Douglas stiiekt, Near
Columbia Stiieet.
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
FRKSH   BREAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
Confectionery, otc, etc.
Hotel and Rest an rant trado solicited.
All ordors  promptly attended to nnd
delivered lo auy part of tho city.   diubSSy
1st
COS. COLUMBIA AND CHUROH SlS.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marblo or Granite of Best Quality,
CORNER     POSTS    AND    CURBING.
N. B.—Just received—the uncst assortment of t-.-'-it-.'h (. rati lie nioiiiinienfs ever
seen n British Columbia, which will be
sold at pries putting competition onlof
the question.
dwmbaiyl ALEX HAMILTON PROP.
Royal Columbian Hospital.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
the undersigned until II o'clock p. m.
SATURDAY, '-MHli -lun**. for supplying
the Ho pit nl from 1st July, IK89, to June
:HHh, !Bl'i), with the following article*:
BREAD, brown & white.
BEEF. MUTTON.
FISH, fresh. MILK, per pi 1.
(JO A L, We! 11 URton, screened.
WOOD, plup, live.    TRA, pcrlb.
CilFFEK,pi'rlb.        HICK, ner lb.
sikjait.pcrlb.       bkoumh. perdois,
SOAP.'B. C, por lb.   COAL OIL.
UAT.MKAl-,ll.C.,ncrlb.
BUTTER, per lb., best la market.
KGGH, per doz.
BLANKKT.-'f'Ipt.) while, per pair.
FUNEUALS.
DRUGS, detailed lists of whleh cun Uo obtained on application nt the hospital.
Neither  th'* lowest nor   any  tender
necessarily accepted.
Samples of ten, coffee, riec, soap and
brooms obtained on   nppllcation lo tho
HtownrU at t ho hospital.
Two (miotics of SllO each will require to
accompany onch tender.
[Signed], W. II. KEARY,
Hon. ftec.
New West., Juno U, 1880.        djolStd
TIME    CARD.
O.  3?.   KT.   OO.
Tho Fino Flrst-class
Str. William Irving
Will Leave the O. P. N. Co.'s Whnrf,
BTHBT
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. It,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AM WAV PORTS.
Reluming Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When fnitlleleut  1 ml nee meat  offers sho
will proceed to Hol'E nnd on such
occasions will leave her wharf
at. 4 a. in.
JoHN IRVING, Mutagen
T. L. DRTQ'QB* Aueiit,
New Westminster. cltip.1le
Time Table!
-f--fU THE STEAMER
^ffilflBERT DUNSMUIR
T' EAVES WRSTMINSI'RR overy Mon-
j day morning at 7 o'clock for Nannlmo, vln Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
Loaves Weshnlnster every WcdnoKilny
nt 7 a. m. for Nairn mo dbroVonucctiug
with Inland railway nud Como-*: stenmer,
Lon ves Nannlmo for Vnncouvor on
Thursdays antl Fridays and returns samo
duys.
I.enves Nannlmo on Snturdny at 7 a. m,
for WeBtmlnster direct.
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
or to T. L. Hiuogs, C. P. 1
die
VIOTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C„
OFRER VOIt SALE!
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOP. rOULTRY, ie.
Rice Meal,
FOIt CATTLE FEED,
drnnu-n*
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses & Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
S3P REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwto 81  Gol'tux-.'bi.a Street.
(LUNUBOM-S UUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
*On*l AJ-TIB.   X_>7
GENERAL MERCHANDISE I
Constantly ou Hnnd au Kxtcusivc Stock of
Wry Goods, tiroecrics,  Boots A Shoes, Mats A Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, &c.
KBIT'S     As    BOTB'      tStXTXVB.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS,  POTATOES, LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
Nt B.—Farm Produce bought at market rates o
from lhe Interior promptly attended lo.
sold ou commission,   ns .Orders
dwjeSto
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAM & IMESTHEfT AGENCY. M.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY   S.   MASON,
CUVLER A.   HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE,- 15 Serjeants Inn Fleet St. -LONDON, ENG.
The BuHiness of ALLSOP k MASON haB boon merged in the above Company
and will in- carried on by the Company from this (late as a general Land Investment
and Insurance Ageniy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates, Town I,ota and Farming
Lands for Sale on oasy terms,
Victoria B. O., May I6th, 1HS7. dwje7t*?
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"Culor-.ijso-.dl-J.pt-dtochllilreBtli.t I Outsrl. -m Oolle, Oo-1-tlp.Uon,
IrcKmmonditMm-^orWMrp-os-ripUonlf^t**'-^
karmte-a."     *n.A*»-*ittK       I B^iSS* «"" "eep- "" tKmM *
mBo.arfort8*.,Biwkl7ii,K.Y.   I WltEoul lujuriou. m-dl-tUs-i.
Tu. CE-tTAOH CofcTAsr, 77 Murray Btreet, N. T.
TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BF, KE
eelvcd hy the Honourable Chief Commissioner of   Lands and Works, un lo
noon of Wednesday, 10th July noxt, from
persons experienced in well drilling who
may bo desirous of undcrtakln-rconlracl-i
from the Government for sinking one or
moro e-jporlinentnl Artesian Wells In
Yalo District, B.- O., with n view to determining their value for purposes of Irrigation.
Proposals must slate clearly aU conditions nnd lerms, stale tlio kind nf nppara-
tm pmpiised to lie used, nml give the
nnmoof two responsible resided.* of lhe
Province who nr-* willing toenler inloa
bond to secure the fnithful carrying out of
any contract whleh may bo entered Into.
Such Information as may be In posses*
slon of llio Lands and Works Department
will be furnished on application to parties
imipiisim: tocoulrnet.
W. ft. GOHK,
Biirv- yorGenernl.
Lands A Works Department,
Victoria, li.C, Kith Juno.lPRt.  dJclTUl
H:
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Special Low Kates.
Done at Shortest Notice.
nrvt'nrdvxim] delivered to anypnrtof
tho City.
Orders by Telephone will receivo prompt
atlentlon.
larStabloti nearly opposite c, l*. it. Pe-
pol,Columbia HI., NcwWcsMnltiMcr.
djaiiie      QILLEY BROS. Trofs.
Feed, Livery i Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
■p-BOI-BI*ElTO*R-
/NOOD DRIVING * RIDING HOHBK8
\J forlllro. Hacks call at all Steamers
and Trains, special attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly ou Hand.
Orders may bo left at tbo Offlce of Ma*
.nora4MUIlgttn,Comm!i '     "
Front Streo*,. New West.
asTOTICES.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
J hnvo applied to the Honourable
MlniKtor of lhe Interior for a license to cut
l holier on the fo! lowing described Dominion lands in New Westminster Dlslrlct,
Bri I ish Columbia, according to the Provincial Government survey:
Houlli-east V, Heel lou 23, south-oast U
Section 25, norlb half and south-west %,
Heetlon '24. In Townslilpi.'O, and Sections
2\) and ;.0, in Township 2U.
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
New West., 7th March, 1889.        dJeSral
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE C&MPM*.
I Oin UroadSt, and 10Pall Mali,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Ooods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stunk,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; aW, Ship-i ■.;!<»
ing and repairing, Barges and other Ves
sola on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Forcigu
Countries,
FKOM LOSfl OK DAMAGE BY F1RR.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
•81,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information oan be obtained on application t ■
W. J. ABHSTBONd,
Ageut for New Westminster.
To k Francisco, Cal,,
BY WAY OF THE
Southern Pacific Company's
X. IBS'XI.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
OUIOKERIN TIME THAN AN YOTHBU
BOBTE BETWEEN
itttiMttr i San fp
CRAHD SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIO COMT
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING GARS
For Accommodation of Becond-Cltus Pu*
sengers, attached to Express Trains.
Fare fiom Portland to Sacramento and
Han FranclKeo-Unlimited, |25; First-
olass (Limited), |30; Sccond^slassfU-
mltedj.llfii
TU RUUGH TICKETS to all points Sottth
and East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES:
cm-OFF-icu, No. IM Cor. Flrat A Alder
strcotai
Dei'ot Oi-kick, Cor. F 4 Front Btreetai
Portland, Oregon.
, U. KOEH LER,       E. P. ROGEBB.
Manager.       AMtG.F.*P,A.'tt
---• V-lr*
m
■.•itll„.--i WllZiailii I
DAILY BEI3ISH COLUMBIAN, NKW WUSTMINSXKE, B, CJUNB 88,1889,
VOLTMB VI.-NO, IK.
B__mm_esmw_w_ma___t*_i__._._—m
fmlu iritisli fflolambian
Friday Evening, June as. 1889.
ADVERTISING BATES FOB THE DAILY.
Transient Advertisements.—First iiif-er-
itoa, Wets, per lino m-lhl nonpareil; each
sa iis-jutieut consecutive Insertion,11 ots. per
lino, Advertisements not Inserted every
day—flret Insertion, ID cts. per line; subso-
qhont Insertions, fi cts. por lino.
stjiiiillng AdverllMineBli.-ProftMSloii-
nl »r Business Curds—33 per inoiitb. Spe-
<-h-l rales for general trade advertising*
I'fionilng to space occupied and duration
"\ilSum sales, whon displayed,oharged
•S irer cwnl. lehB tuan transient odvts, If
mi] ..I, euarged at regular transient rates.
■.wel-il Polices among reading mailer,
"0 I'tH. per line eaeh Insertion. Hpecials
Viis.-rt'-d by tbe month at reduced rates,
iiiribs, Milrrlages and Deaths,! I for each
insertion: Funeral Notices In eonnectlcm
-■■itll dtalhs.OOcls. each Insert lou,
WEEKLY ADVERTISING BATES.
Transient Adveriisements,-Fli8tinBer-
tlon lUcU. per line solid nonpareil; nub-
■saueul, Insertions, 7 uta. per line,
MtnndtiiK Adv-rllnemenls.—Prof ess lon-
ai or Business Cards-«1.6q per month.
(Special rates for generaHrade n.lvertlslng.
Bpclal Notk-f"*- Births, Marriages and
Deaths, samo rales as Dally.
vut-, inufll bonll metal,and foi'litrgeoutB
no erira i-nie -til! bo QhargCU.
■j*-l'flM-!iH stii'liiv-; Ul i'.,lv-.'l!is-itiLti'.K
kliiiiiltl he cun ail lo sinio v.-heiiter Ihey
arc loappeiu-.M tin- 1 ...Ily Kdlllou or the
Weelcly.orbol.il. A libernl rHm-lloii h
made when ins.;r!t-.l in both. Nnaiiver-
tlscment Inserted for less than 51;
ill:-
guBm
Who do not rerel*'•.-■ Hi'.'!? paper maiUi'l:**,
from tho Carriers or liiruiigli ' •■■'■•;*-■
Olllco, will confer« favor by reporliu : the
aamo to tho otllce of publication at once.
EW AflYEJVnSE
TS THIS DAY.
Ml-lsammer E\umlnatlom,
The examination of Mr. Dockt-ill'a
division of tlio public Bchool took place
yesterday nfternoon in tho presence of
a largo numbor of viaiturs. Thero
were about DO scholars in attendance,
all neatly droascd and most orderly in
thoir conduct. Tlio examination
Ihroughout was satisfactory, allowing
careful training oh tlie part of tlio
teachers. Hells of honor wero presented by Mr. Jauiu3 Cunningham to
Arthur F. C. Herring for proficiency;
Mi-*B Gertrude E. Robson for deportment, and Kafcherine M. Miles for
punotualily and regularity. Short ad-
droEses were mndo by Mr. James Cunningham, Rov. Mr. Jamieson, Mrs.
3). Robsun nnd Measra. Calbick and
McGregor. Mr. John MoKenzle, sec.
school board*, not being ablo to ro*
main for the exercises addressed tho
school before tho examinations bi'gau.
Strawberries and Cream, Ico-orenin,
etc., at the "Club."
AU the fashionable iced berenqtti at
the "Hub," next the "Queen's."   *
The str. Rainbow left fur Victoria
this morning with freight and passengers.
Russell's Restaurant, opposite the
American Hotol, open dny and
night. a9m3*
To Building Society members Bix
weeks in arrears: What's tho matter
with the fine notice 1
The str. Gladys loft for up-river
porta this morning with 25 passengers
and 10 tona of freight.
The Salvation Army meetings will
be held in tho W. T. 0. TJ. Hall,
Douglas atreet, until further notico.
The cricket mutch, Victoria ly Westminster, commences at 10:30 to-morrow morning on the cricket grounds.
The sir. Irving arrived down from
Chilliwack with 20 paaaougere, 25 tona
farm produco nnd a number of livo
stock.
Seo our cheap lino of Ladies' 4 buttoned Kid Gloves, black and colored-
only 60 ctB. per pair, tor cash—at Jas.
Ellard & Co'b. *tc
A mooting of tho rille association is
called for (o-night, at Mr. W. Wolf*
endeu's oilice, to discuss the return
match with Vancouver on July 1st. A
full nttendace is requested.
The heavy rains of lho past few days
havo tilled the many tanks in tlio upper
part of iho city, which liavo lately
been giving a very unsatisfactory -supply. Water will bo ptontiful now for
a few weeks.
The Dominion Illustrated ot June
22nd is to hand. Tt contains many
fine illustrations of Canadian scenery,
among which aro live British Oolumbia
sketches by Mrs. Arthur Sprogge. Tho
nubject of another UluHli'-itioir, is tho
"Interior ef a joss houae, Victoria,
B.C."
A reliable correspondent telegraphed from near GuyBborough
to Halifax yesterday afternoon: A
huge 4-g:i serpent was soen yesterday
by a party of l.idy tourists, who wero
out on a boating exouraion. The monster chased Iho bout for some distance,
but by great exertions tho occupants
succeeded in getting ashore.
Notice of motion lins heen givon by
Aldermen Wilson and Goodacre, of
their intention to introduce a by-law
in the city council, to grant assistance
in the construction of tlio Victoria,
Saanich and New Westminster railway, and to enable tlio council to take
Block in the road. The bylaw will
come up for a first reading next Wednesday.— Colonist,
In the district court to-morrow the
case of B. Young, inniingor of tho B.
0. Packing Co., charged with an infringement of tho fisheries act will bo
heard. The infringement of tho not
conni-ited in fishermen of tho B. 0.
Packing Co. putting in their nets in
front of other liflhermen, and not 250
yards apart ns the liw calls for. Fifteen witnes-es will ho heard.
Tho Colonist boasts that Victoria haa
now 315 telephonic culls in offices and
reaiflences, and claims tlm to bo a
greater number in proportion to tho
population than any oilier cily in
Amor-ion, possibly tho world. The
very excellent service furnished Victoria probably accounts for tho largo
number used. A good telephone servico i< a blessing indeed, but a bad
service is an aggravation for whieh tho
English language fails lo provido sufli*
cient condemnatory terms.
From Williams 1-nI.e.
Rev. Father Marohal, uf Williams
Lake, arrived in tlio city some days
ago and will rest hero for a few weeka
before returning hump. Ho has been
absent from Westminster for eighteen
long years, nnd during that time has
labored unceasingly and with great
succeas among tho Indians of the Cariboo and Chilcoteu districts. Father
Mnrchal speaks all the Indian languages and dialects common to the aborigines of tho interior, and can preach
as fluently in them as in his nativo
French tongue. During Iii-* long absence many changes have taken place
in Weatmlnster- and with theso the
reverend father expresses himself as
both astonished nnd pleased. He will
roturn to the scene of ins missionary
labors greatly refreshed by his visit to
the coast, and deeply gratified with
tho hearty reception accorded him by
his many old lime friends of the golden d-ivs of Cariboo.
A ('rand Success.
The bazaar in aid of St. Ann's convent was brought lo a successful closo
laat night. For throe daya the ladies
in chargo worked indefatigably in tho
good causo, and tho appreciation and
tiual success that crowned their efforts
must, indeed, havo been most satisfactory to them. With Mra. W, H.
Keary as manager in chief, and Mrs.
James Wise, Mrs. J. Keary, Mrs.
Cummings, Mra. Eiokhoff and Mrs.
Stirsky n3 her assistants, nnd further
aided by all the young and handsome
ladies of tho congregation, success,
brilliant and complete, oould only bo
the result. Financially, as woll ns in
every other way, tho bazaar resulied
fur beyond the expectations of lho
management, and tho sisters of St.
Ann's convent owe lhe ladios who
worked so faithfully and energetically
iu their behalf a lusting debt of gratitude. The Indies aro particularly
thankful to tho city band for the BWeot
music furnished by it on each night of
tlio bazaar.
THE SOUTHERN LIVES.
A New Company Formed nml the
Itoatl to be Completed to Whatcom by Xmas.
An Agreement Signed at Whatcom
and there is Much Enthusiasm
in Consequence.
Messrs. B. Douglas, AV. Norman
Bole and A. J. McColl Complete
the Negotiations.
The departure of Mr. B. Douglas,
president of the New Westminster
Southern Railway, and Mr. W. Nor-
mnn Bolo, Q. 0., M. P.P., aud Mr.
A. J. McColl, for Seattlo, last weok,
waa tho subject of much comment at
the time, ns it waB known their mission
concerned tho completion of Ihe Southern Railway, which has hung liro so
long. The particulars of tho good
work accomplished by these gentlemen have not reached us yot, but tlio
following despatch will show Hint their
mission has resulted succcsssfully, and
that thu obstacles, to tho immediate
completion of tho lino havo been awopt
away:
Special io the Columbian.
Whatcom, Wash. Tor., Juno 28.—
Messrs. Douglas, Bolo and McColl, representing tho New WestminBter
Southern Railroad, arrived hero yesterday and havo closed negotiations
for tho purchase of the Bellingham
Bay and British Columbia Railroad.
At a mooting of citizens to-day an
agreement was drawn up and a guarantee givon to have tho rond completed
from Whatcom to Now Wostminstor,
connecting with the Canadian Pacific,
by Christmas. There is much enthusiasm hero in consequence. Can-
field, ns manager of tho Bellingham
Bay and British Columbia Railroad,
steps down and out.
B. C. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fund.
For tho purpose of raising a fund to
contributo towards the patriotic and
worthy object of making tho next annual provincial fair, to uo held in this
city, a grand and unprecedented success,
tho undersigned agree to contribute the
Bums opposito thoir respective names (to
be paid Into tho association or to trustees
competent to receive tbo same, on or before C months from the dato of tlie lust
provincial exhibition, and to be applied
to preparing exhibition grounds and
buildings in the city, for increasing the
amount ofl'crcd in prizes, and for furthering tho exhibition in other ways):
The Columbian tfioo 00
Sbarpo A Piilnc, I.uln Island    10 00
Ij P Eckstein    10 00
a D Urymner    20 00
RW Armstrong    10 00
Fit Olover    10 00
Walker* Shadwell    10 00
Claud Hanilier.    10 00
Pelcr Grant    10 00
(Icorgo Tinner    10 00
WJ Armstrong   SO00
A J Hill    10 00
Capt A  Grant    10 00
J H   Mncdnn-.ll    10 00
W O Loyo    10 00
P llllodeau   10 00
P G Strickland   25 00
Gilley llrw -    20 00
ft H Webb    23 00
T Cunningham    SO 00
Henderson Broa.Obllllwhack   io oo
A 11 Wintemute    10 00
PerKx-Mnvnr Dickinson 212 85
Annie M .liiquos    10 00
Stewart &Cnsli   2500
Jas Cunningham    60 00
Grant* Hiu*sirom    20 00
j wSexsmlth   30 00
Rev .1 H Wbllo    10 00
11 Douglas  100 00
K H Scoullar * Lo    f*5 OO
A DoBBrlsay   15 00
W C Couth uu    2*> 00
T M Cunningham   SB no
A K Kiuirt    25 00
Ackerman Urns ,   10 00
Roid A Currie    2.5 00
H T Rond A Co    00 00
W II Thlbaudeau    15 00
Grant A Madura    10 00
Young * Terhune    10 00
Terhuno A Co „    10 00
Ogle, Campbell ACo    20 00
Next!
IHclearuloglciil Report for Week Ending
Jnne Mini. 1880.
RAIN.
0.03
MAX.
Sunday..... Ofl.0
Monday 03,0
Tuosdny 71.0
Police Court-
At tho police court this morning
Angus McLeod, proprietor of tho Palace saloon, was arraigned on chargo
of using obscoit!) language to chief of
polico Pearce. The affair grew out
of the refusal of tho licensing board to
renew McXeod's license, tho report of
Cliiif Pearce, as inspecUor of licenses,
having been against the establishment.
McLeod met Pearce yesterday afternoon and used snch abusive and profane language tohim that tho chiof put
him (McLeod) under arrest. He was
bailed out nnd the case came on this
morning. The evidence given by Mr.
Pearce proved that McLeod had used
foul, abusive and threatening language,
but not "obscene language" as the information said. Tho court was obliged
to dismiss the case, but dipt. Pitteii
drigh said he wns very sorry iho information had not been properly laid,
,*.s tbo police must, and would, bu protected. On a second charge, McLeod
was bound ovor for a term of 6 months,
in personal bail nf §500 and two sure*'
ties of §250 eaeh, to keep tho peace
PEBSOHAL.
i returned to the
city
Islnnd
W. B. W.I
to day.
M.   M.  English, of Lulu
U registered at tho Colonial,
J. S. Cluto, aoUeotor of customs, returned from tho capital yesterday.
J. II. Todd camo up from Richmond cannery and returned to-dny.
Rov. Father Augier, provincial
father superior of tho O. M. I., and
president of the the Ottawa college,
arrived in tho city yestorday.
Bishop nnd Mrs. Cridgo will arrive
from Victoria tomorrow. Bishop
Cridge will perform tho ro-opeinng services of St. Paul's It. 11, church on
Sundny.
Masonic ('rand Lodge Notes,
For very good reasons tho business
of tho grand lodgo A. F. & A. M..
which has just terminated its annual
eossion at Viotoria, was not mndo publio na in former years. This course
was decided on nfter mature deliberation. To Most Worshipful Grand
Master J, S. Cluto The Columbian is
indebted for the information that the
next meeting of the grand lodgo will
be held ut Vancouver, on the Thursday immediately preceeding J line 24th,
the festival bf St John tho Baptist.
The district depBty grand masters for
the 5 districts are appointed as follows!
Victoria, R. W. Bro. Morris Moss;
Now Westminster, R. W. Bro. I, Oppenheimer; Yale and Kootenny, R.
W. Bro. T. Downie; Cariboo, H. Me-
Dormott; Nanaimo, R, W, Bro. A.
Haslam, M.P.P. Tho grand secretary's report mndo a moat favorable
showing, especially iu tho matter of
membership. The increase during tlie
year was fully 20 per cent, a really
wonderful record. Tho grand treasurer's report showed that the 12 lodges
within the jurisdiction of tho grand
lodgo has funds and property to the
value of §05,000.
Serious 8 tabid us; A (Tray.
A very strange and wilful altompt
at murder took blacc at the drill shed
last night about 11 o'clock, while tho
bazaar was in progress. Tho hall was
crowded with peoplo at the timo,
which makes the attempt all tho more
daring and singular, particularly as no
possible reason can bo assigned for tho
deed. An Indian lad attracted to the
place liy tho bright lights nnd handsome display of articles, was lying
quietly on ouo of tho cannons, watching tho lively scene and lhe many
people coming nnd going. While in
this position a whito boy walked carelessly into the building, approached
tho cannon, nnd, without a word,
drew a knifo plunged it iuto tho fleshy
partof the Indian lad's thigh and
quickly passed out into tho darkness.
The wholo thing was so quickly and
quietly dune that no one observed
it, and before tlie injured boy could
give the alarm the would-be-murderer
had made good his cscapo. The blond
(lowed freely from tho wound, but the
boy suid nothing till he got ouiside
when lm told smno other lads that ho
had been stubbed. Dr. Fagan was in
tho drill shed tit the time, and on
learning of tho occurrence immediately
took the bid to St. Mary's hospital.
An examination of the wound showed
thut it was very deep and of a borious
naturo. and that only the merest
ohuuee prevented it from being fatal.
The blood flowed from the cut iu an
alarming maimer, but tho stream was
finally stopped and tho necessary ban*
tinge- applied.
The boy who committed tho deed is
known, but not hiB name, und the
polico are searching for bim Ho was
not sivii to-day and it is said he Mi
uono to Vancouver to remain there
till the affair cools down. Tho young
villain, however, must bu hunted
down and brought to justice.
CORRESPONDENCE.
Wednesday 73.0
Thursday 80.0     40.0
Friday 75.0     5.1.0
Saturday G3.0     610    0.01
Clear and warm,
A. Peele, Capt'n,
A lot of buncombe has been written about the Sioux Indian, Bitting
Bull, who is supposed to bo fatally ill.
Several romantic and enthusiastic
writers havo decribed bim ns the
Napoloon of tho Indian race. As a
matter of fact he was nothing but a
lazy, cunniug old trouble-maker, who
wielded sufficient personal inilneuco
over an ignorant tribe to induce them
to commit crimes and depredations
that their own natures uncontrolled
would have revolted against. He
docs not deserved to be placed in the
same class with such warriors as
Tecumseh, Blackbawk, and Osceoln.
—Ex.
Says an exchange: Tho Congress
of Chili has failed to pass the Constitutional Reform Bill, which would
havo disestablished tholloman Catholic Church; but has granted a charter
to the Presbyterian Mission, whicli
gives the right of worship and to
hold property.
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment instantly relieves and permanently cures Piles, Pruritus and all hot aud itching sores and
eruptions, N, W. agents, 1). S. Curtis
k Co. dmy28yl
WANTED.
ONE   THdUSAND   CORDS   CEDAR
Bolts, four to seventeen feot long.—
Apply to
dte  ilOYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
iisro'xaaiEL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
an application will bo mode by Bell*
Irving, Paterson A Co., ou Ilth July next,
to tho Licensing Board forthe Cily of New
Westminster, for u license to sell by
wholesale intoxicating liquors ln the premises known as the Armstrong Block,
Colnmbla Street, in said city.
ARMSTRONG A ECKSTEIN,
Solicitors for Applicants.
Tenders for Loan.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED UP
MONDAY, IStli dny or July, lHHft, at
4 o'clock p. ni., for lending to tbo Corporation of the Municipality of Cliill whack
lhe stun of $2,000.00, secured on debentures
undor tho Municipality Loan By-Inw of
1889, TheBe debentures aro for 3200.00 each
and carry soven per cent, por annum Interest. Tenders may be for any portion of
the loan.
Tho highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Tenders to be addressed to (lie Clerk of
tho Municipal Council of Chilliwhack,
Dated this 27th day of Juno, A. D. 186
ft. CAWLEY,
dwjc28td Reeve.
Notice to Contractors!
SEALED TENDERS  WILL   BE   RE-
ceivod by the undersigned np to noon
of Saturday, sta-tli June, Inst., for tho
CONSTRUCTION OF A SCHOOL-HOUSE
In NewWestminster City (west side.
Plans and specifications can be seen
and forms for tender obtained at the Gov
eminentt-nice, NewWestminster.
The loweBt or any tendor not necessarily
accepted,
C. WARWICK,
Gov't Agont.
NewWostminBtor,
June 25th, 1889. Je25-dtd-wlt
W.J.ffALKER&ffO.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, NewWestminster, B.C.
[Telephone No. 55.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, EH LAND,
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London nnd Lancashire Fire mid
British Kmplre Life Insnriuice
Com pan I en.
New Westminster UuIIdfiig Society,
Accountant'* Olllco, Dloeese of N.W.
City Auditors, 1U80,1887 snd 1888.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE DUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPER-
Ty'iN THE OITY AND DISTRIOT,
and other monetary transactions.
Have several good Investments on their
books, und all new comers will do well to
call before doing business elsewhere.
dwSdely
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C. E. WOODS
Und Surveyor.
A. C,
GAMBLE
Notary Public.
-Thon B»by wm -Jck, w. g... her C-a'orl-,
Wlion she ™ . Child, she cried for (.'•sto-l-,
When she beoun. Mi,., ehe clang to Caatorie,
When ah. hsd Children, ehe c»t« Ltioin Uutori.
B*
AI-TIST    (11 VIM-II,
_   Enst of   Mary Htreet.
Services at U a. m. nud 7 p
Slopped on llie Bond,
A gentleman living in tho east end,
•while passing the ereocont ut a late
hour last night on his road homo, was
brought to a hair-raising standstill by
two men who suddenly confronted him
and ordered him to hand ovor all hia
watches. Tho manner of appeal wub
ho iminuating that the gentleman
could not refuse tho request, nnd he
was nbout to hand over his valuable
"Wntorbury watch, whioh ho got as a
premium with tho last $10 suit of
-ilothes, when the order was roughly
ropoiitod, "now thon hand over those
watch™. "A sigh of heartfelt relief
gurgled out of the belated gentleman's
throat as ho handed over five mutches
with one hand and smoothed down his
capillaceous growth with thu other.
"Vou very good mtui you, hyas kloaho
•kookuni man, hyiu turn turn, Ida-
howya tillieum," and tho drunken Si-
washes rolled over Iho bank and disappeared in iho darkness.
^Children Cry for Pitcher'sCastprij* I th»nkfui for.—CQurier.
Nnnalmi- FIsIierlrH.
T. Mowat, inspector of lishuries,
who, with his wife, is a guest nt the
WindBor House, is on n special mission connected with the lishories of
the Cedar district lakes and Nanaimo rivor. Tho principal causo of this
visit waa a complaint rocoived at houd-
quarters that an obstruction had heen
placed across a small stream leading
out of tlio ubove lakes. Tho obstruction consists of a llond gate aituated
on tho stream whero it passes through
J. Gordon's farm on tho Nanaimo
rivor meadows. Mr, Mowat visited
tho place yestorday and says that after
viowing the obstruction, ho noticed
lhat at high tide no tish could pursue
their courso up the stream owing to
the gate, but tlmt at low tido if any
fish happened to bo near they could
manage for a short timo to pass tlio
obstruction. Mr. Mowat also visited
Nnnaimo river to enquire into tho manner in which the Indians are conducting their Kaliing operations and to endeavor to Hnd u suitable mun to (ill
tho post of inspector of flBhcrios for
Nanaimo district. Louia Gooa, an
Indian, waa mentioned as n candidate
for Lho oilice, but no one has vet recoived the appointment. If Mr.
Mowat's visit will havo tho effect of
putting a stop to tho unsportsmanlike
method of killing Hah with dynamite
the country will have something to bo
A Timely Hint.
Knrroit Coldmdun.—Sir, I was glad
to read in your paper that tho government had at length resolved to put the
Scott road in proper repair, and that tho
work would be done in the early part of
the season, before the ruins sot iu. I
hope that there will ho a stop put to the
logging camps making runways across
the road, stopping up the ditches, and
placing such impedimenta to travel ub
they have been allowed to do; wherever
it is necessary to make a crossing they
should do it in such a manrer that the
ditches would not be stopped up, nor the
roadway blocked by huge timbers running diagonally with tlie line of road;
with a little care, and an eyo to tho public convenience, these cross-ways can be
put in with very little damage to tho
road. Thero is no other road loading to
and from Westminster which commands
so much necessary travel, and no doubt
the government have found tins out, and
are determined to do their duty to tho
public by putting it in good order. In
connection with the road we look for a
safe and convenient crossing of the river;
either hy bridge or ferry; tho present
apology for n ferry is a disgrace to tho
country, and a groat drawback to tho
prosperity of Now Westminstor,
Delta Farmer.
Lord's Day
m. Sabbath
School andBlhle Class at L'::ii) p. to. All
seats free* strangers cordially welcomed.
—Rev. Tbos. Baldwin, pastor.   -	
MRTimoiHT   viiCKCH,   Mary
Slreet.    Rev.  J. II.   White, Pnstor.
Hervh-t'N ui ii u. m, and 7 p. in. Sunday
School mid IMble Class •2-.:\0 p. in. Prayer
Meellntt on Thursdiiys nf T.SOp.tn. Souls
free; stnineerH cordially InvMed.	
WoobTonniyio
LAND SURVEYORS,
Steal E^alfi, Insurance, Financial Agents
AND CONVEYANCERS.
A.C3--E3JCTTB  "EPOB
PIRE.—The Western of Toronto/The Mt-
na, The City of London, and The Hnrl-
ford.
Lire.-The Now York Life Insurance Oo.
ACCIDENT-The Travellers'of Hartford
Land Surveying In all Us branches accurately and promptly carried out.
City anil Suburban Loiuls for Sale.
We can show a completo 114 of desirable
localities.
Farming Lauds, Improved and it nl improve-*, throughout the dlslrlct.
Mining aud other Stook bought and
sold.
Money to Loan on first mortgage at
low rates.	
Tblepiionb Call No. 83.
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Opposite Orange Hall. Hev. Tliomas
Haddon, Pastor. Services every Buildny
at lln. in, ttiuU n. m. Thursday evenings
at 7:.1'1 o'clock. Keats free; all aro cordially invited. Hunduy Hehool ut2i30 p. in.
/-'IH-KCIl OP ENGLAND.-HOLY
\j TItlNlTY CIH1It<*H; Iteetor, The
Ven. Archdeacon Woods, ft, MARY'S
CHUKL'H: Hector, Tho Bishop. Hervices
In both churches every day. All Fonts
free. Both churches open nil tlayforprl-
valo prayer.	
T)1.KSBYTK11IAN CHURCH (HT.
X ANUllKW'Hi, corner Carnarvon and
Blackwood Hts. Hev. Thos. Hcotllcr, pastor. Hervices at 11 a. nnnnd 7 p. in.; Bim-
day-school and Bible-class at 2.!W p. m.;
Prayer-mooting on Thursday evenings at
7.J10.  Heats free; slrangeis welcome.
CALK HO MA A HT. ANDREW'S
BOOIHTY.-Tba regular meetings of
tliis Association aro hi Id on the lust-rues-
day of each month, at 8 O'clock p.m. All
Rcotclin.cn nro luvilcd lo attend, -John
Bo IE. Boo.	
AO. Pi—COURT LOUD DUPPRRIN.
, No. (WOI. The regular meetings of
tho above Court nro held nt the Fore-1its'
Hall, on the first and third Wednesday in
each month, at8 p. m.—JNO. M-'Muiil'iiv,
Hour., P. C. R.	
LATE CANADIAN  NEWS.
J. W. Otitic- of Calgary, was arrested at Winnipeg Wednesday, charged
with stealing 00 horses. Ho will be
taken to Calgary. The crime was
committed threo years ago.
Roland Gideon Israel Harnett was
yesterday sentenced to sevonyonra in
tho Kingston penitentiary for appro*
printing to hia own uso security for
810,000, lho proporty of tho Contral
Iluiik of Canada.
At tbo polico court, deputy postmaster Burns was committed for trial
on a chargo of taking 81182 frnm Mrs.
Lcvc for a deposit in the Kingston
savings bank, and afterwards appropriating that amount of hor majesty's
funds to hii own use.
It. F, Burns, doputy postmaster,
Kingston, committed for trial for having appropriated money entrusted to
hia euro by Mrs. huvo, whilo olerk in
tho post olllco savings bank, was
yesterday brought beforo Judge Price
for trial. Ho pleaded guilty, and was
sentenced to two yeara' imprisonment.
The ulTocts of Mr' Burns, at his reiidence, havo beon seized, Wednesday
Mrs. Poolan, of Wolfe island, en*
quired about her funds Ho deposited
§1)00 ii-August last in thn post offico
savings bank, dividing tho money into
two amounts of 8300 and 8000. Bhe
holds a receipt for 8300 alone, Mra.
Doolan, who cannot road or write,
thought the receipt covered 8000. The
discovery of tlio real state of nlTaira
only occurred yestorday.
C. T. «.-RKaULAR MS.fl.TING
evory Wednesday afternoon at 3
o'clock nt tho W. C..T. U. Hendquarloni,
W,
Douglas Ht.   Loyal  Legion In tho same
Elaco ovory Friday after:
d.vninoiiam, President
(fay afternoon.—Mm*. Jah,
"      Mi.ss DeBeck
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Colombian oflice. Prion will bt
found ri low ai at onr otUr office In
the province —Ade, \y
§yAiip*Egs
A Pleasing Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follow, tho mo of Syrup of Kg., ua it
not-gently on tho
Kidneys, Liver. W> Bowels
Effectually C'wmsing tho f!y-tem-*h«i*
Coitlro or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and pormnnently curing
HABrtVAL CONSTIPATION
without wonltonlng or irritating tho or*
Sin. on whioh it not*,
or Mlo In Itiu bottlo. liy -.11 Leadtni
Dnrffglst..
UAKOMOIUHSit OS.r Vt Till
OAUrOBHIA no STBUP 00
, su nun-no, e.i.,
SALE
FOI3     T-vST-O     *V^"*E3*E!1!*:S,
Commencing Monday, June 24th
OGLE, CAMPBELL & FREEMAN'S,
The I.iiKliiiK Dry Goods House,
MASONIC BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
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SUMMER COATS,
SUMMER COATS.
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
Ogle, Campbell A Co's,
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NEXT DOOR BANK OF MONTREAL.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
TJ-UJOB IB"
Choice Family Groceries I
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
La"braca.or XXexxi._a.ge,
*L£aclcexel, Salt Cod.,
p^rra.o*u.x's XTxic. "Karoo.©,
^.rno.o'u.r'e TJzio. Bacon..
Floiir. Bian. SD-ioxte,
•thiohest pwonfl paid! fob farm pboduoe.
noidwiy •ooullar-Armitrong Hook, Columbia St.
FOE OASB<
•■*—* i
A.t   Cost,   To  Clear.
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C,
BEST QUALITY,   EASTERN PRICES,
A full line of Spectacles A Eye-Glasses in stool, rahbor, silver arc g-,id
frames.   Tho finest Pebbles made, tt per pair! all siohta suited.
Special attontion given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having loamu. tno
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologera in England, and sinco than
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a fow of tho bost firms ou the continent of America, is a sufficient guarantee oi good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 years of tho well-known firm of Savage & Lyman, Mo'ltteal.
Mostkual, Deo., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Clrairmnn*)!
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I nover fonnd a Watchmaker who did so
woll for me as you did when in Montreal, nnd I am sorry yon nro not hero to-doy.
dwnpmo	
D. S. CURTIS k C*0.
AQENT8  B. LAURANOE'S  SPEOTAOLE8.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    -    Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
Wi&Gi
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
sx i a- xx - a rn. jl s s
DRY GOODS
 J-JSTXt	
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARCH E.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER A SHADWELL.

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