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Array Daily
Ctovornmout Printini-of"
British
VOX-TIME 6
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0„ THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 23, 1889.
NUMBER 122
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
T. O. ATKINSON,
DAKRISTEa, SOLICITOR, Ac. OfflcoB-
D Masonlo Building, Now Wostminstor,
ro. dwto
ARMSTRONG A KCKSTKIN,
BARRISTERS,  SOLICITORS,   ETO.-
MaKonle Building,   New Wostmln-
sti-r, B, 0. dtvmy4to ■
W. -.OKSlABi BULB, U. C,
J>ARRIST£R*AT*LAW,I.ANI)AGENV,
> Money to Loan. Olflce-Clarkson St.,
ow Wentmlnster, B.'C. dto
COBBOM-D, McCOLL A AKS\»,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, etc.  Offices-MnHonio Buildings, New West*
nilnBtei\ ano^VancoUvcr, B, C. dwte_
~ A. O.BBYDOlf St-JACK, M.A.,
VTOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,
IX Ae. Barrister of the New Brunswiok
Supreme Court. Oflice ln the Hi-mldy
Bnlldlng, Columbia St., opposite the Colon UUHoioL tlapStc
JOSEPH SI. GAYNOA, B.A..LL.B.
nOLD MEDALIST of the University of
l* Dublin. BARRIBTIi.R-ATLAW.of
the High Court of Justice, Ireland. Oillces,
Corner McKenzie A Clurknon fttn., Hew
Westminster. dwfe2lto
C. H. GATICWOOD, D.D.S.,
SURGEON DENTIST-A Graduato of
thoBaltlmoro Dental College, is pro-
Sitred to do all kinds of Dental work. Otoe over McLennan A McFeely's hanl-
wure afore, Wi Cordova St., Vancouver,
"B.C. tlapltOlc
G. W. UHANT,
\ RCHITECT.  Office-Corner Mary and
i.  Clarkson Sta., Wcstmmuter,   dwto
CLOW A MACLUHUt
ARCHITECTS.    Onice-Room E. over
Bnnkoni.CColumbiaStrect-'West-
t minster. dto*
WILLIAM R. KING,
1   A RCHITEOT.SANITARYENGINEER,
I A  *<''   Removed to Armstronj-'s Blook,
Columbia Street,   WeatmlnBter —Room
1 " .2. dto
AV. THIBAUDBAV,
I"   ' AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS-
j innn.  Hamley Block, Now WosUnlii-
| ster, B. 0. dmyl5te
A. 1'. 4.0TTOX.
I T\OMINION ANO PROVINCIAL LAND
l.U  SURVEYOR. Oilice: Boom I),Bank
I'ojrji. i^inmng, ^ 	
<;. mTi:\i>i'H.ii,
I DEAL ESTATE BROKER nnd County
I li Court Attont. CoinmlBHloni'r, Notary
I Public, Ac, RentH collected. om*-e--Mc-
|Ken**lo Htreet, New Wostmlnater, B. 0.
T. J. TRAPP,
A'     UUTIONEER    AND    APPRAISER.
Colnmbla Street, New Westminster.
uuiumlBHloUN  will   receive   prompt
"land -mreful ntiotitlon.   Best references
ii-tven when requln-rt. mbl2-to
TURNEIt, HEIOTON A CO.,
fEROHANTS. Whnrf St., Vlctoiln,
a*,i AgentH for Norlh British nnd Mer-
IcHiitllo Insunmcf Co. forMiilnland. H.
1, Breton A Co., !19 Klnsbniy Circus, Lon-
klon, E. 0. dto
IMAM & PEARSON
Roal Estato Brokers and
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life Asioolallon of
Toronto.
I Hoy iti and Lancashire Fire Iniursnee Companies*
I B*.Valuable Lots for sale ln the City
find District of Westminster; and choice
SjoIh In the City of Vancouver.
l Persons wishing to buy or sell eity or
lural property should communlcnto with
nn.
Offloes: Bank of B.C. building, opposite
L-osloiflue, Westminstor, and Hastings St.,
Vancouver. dwaplflto
RAND BROS.
SSL BSTATJU BROKERS,
Conveyancers, Collectors,
And Insurance Agents.
■flloos nt
NEW WESTMINSTER! Comer
MoKenxio and Clarkson Sta.
VAN 30UVHR, Cordova street.
LONDON .Englniid.
I BUILDING LOTS for salo in all sections
If Vanoouver and New Westminster City.
■ FARM LANDS ot superior qunlity for
Me at CbUliwhaok, Port Hammond,
langley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Buy, Lud-
■er's Landing, Lulu Islinul, North Arm
■nd Pitt River.
SMaps and Plans exhibited and the full-
lit Information furnished at nllourofflces,
W. BOVILL,
leal Estate Agent
AND CONVEYANCER.
|EW WESTMINSTER:-0fflee, Mackenzie Street.
I'ANCOITVER: - Offlce, Abbott Street,
noar Cordova Street.
■Full List of City and Suburban Pro-
■arty.
■particular attention paid  lo Fanning
lindM.
■Accurate  Information  to correspond-
|lts, dwmyOyl
ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
blvll Engineers, Land 8ur-
|veyors& Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
|NANCIAL, SHIPPING A COMMISSION AGENTS
Fire, life A Marine Insurance.
[ilumhia St., - Opp. Colonial Hotel
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, 0.
1TVE PERSONAL ANDPhOMPT AT*
_J tentlon to ull profesBloual orders und
Jailer their services to residents and non-
ftsldentshnvliiKCiiy or Country Property
li dispose of or desiring profitable investment.
■ Our lists of ollglhlo properties nre com-
Irehenslve and constantly receiving iiddl-
■ons, and our favorable eastern connue-
■ons botli In Canada and the Atlantic
tatesgivo us unusual facilities for busl-
-MS.     ,
SSpeolal Attention will be pnld to tbe
■urchaso und Inspection of Lumber for
lbtpment to foreign pons. Tonnage clntr-
lired uud general shipping business transacted, dwuplyl
unssBS.
lacpherson & Thomson
[ 01 Ontario and Marquette, Michigan,
have opened a
III THE HOLBROOK BLOOK,
loliimbla Street, ii doors East
of Telegraph OIBce.
| They have a complete assortment or
■verytltlng usually found tn n nrst-olnss
Brug Store, comprlslnit pure and frosh
pRUaS, OHEMIOAL8,
PATENT MEDI0INE8,
TOILET ARTIOLE8,
f NQLI8H, FRENOH AND
AMERIOAN PERFUMES.
iPliystolans' prescriptions carefully com-
-Aimtded day and night. rerfdlm
WANTEO-TO RENT,
i N IMPROVED FARM. For full par-
L tioulan, apply In writing to P, 0, Box
.NowWestmlnster. dwmy7ml
Ito M_.M_in_r
JJOIIll EXCELLENT ROOMS [slillalilo
r fnrmnoos] In Hank or D. 0. Building
Jutted with uns nnd heittoil with hot wut-
Irl. Kent, from $10 lo tit per month eaoh,
1    Apply lo I. B.riHHEB,
dmylsws Manager Bank of B.0.
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL &' SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kind, of tbe best makes; Oross-CUt & Hand-Saws,
Illirliid Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary Utensils for I'arminK)
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Blocks. Rope & Chain In-Jlstaji Plteh,
Tar&Oakumi Tarred and Plain Paper for Building; Paints & Oils
ball colors; Liquid Paints In all shcdcBi Floor Paints roady touse; Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper in all. designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating Oils, Trap*0' "ll descriptions, snd a general assortment of
Agricultural Implement),
ar Special attention given to orders by mall.
dwjly3to
T. T.yT__=_______^> SO OO.,
Columbia Stbbet, New Westminster,
GRANT & MACLURE.
Boots & Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTEB.
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Gheviotts.
J*.   S.   MANSON's
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Colnmbla Street, • New Westminster.
Globe House!
7"CJST     EEOEIVED,
The Latest Novelties in Ladies'
Straw Hats and Bonnets,
Silk Dolmans
and Mantles.
MtMrmMm __m.jm.mi*
RAND BROS.
Real Estate
f
Insurance and Financial
AGENTS.
OFFIOBB >
NEW WESTMINSTER, ^^Sz^l.0"
VANCOUVER,
CORNER CORDOVA AND
ABBOTT STREETS.
—AND—
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET,
LONDON,  ENG.I07ICANNON8T.
Farming Lands t Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot lacing on Columbia and Front St,.,
ln central portion of the city; several
buildings bring good rent-?2'-',000.00.
Lot 4, Block 7, near Lytton Square,
611x132 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Front Sts.-W,000,00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., 33x66 feot—
94,000.00.
Also—Lot and Building with stock of
Ooods. one of the best business stands
In the oity.
ImprovedResldential Property
Lot IS, Block 13; two bouses rented at
paying figures—$4,000.00.
House and Lot on Lorno St., near Col-
umbia-$1250.00.
Lots 4, 6 ft 6, Block 10; good house,
garden, kc; choice residence property
-16,260,00,
Corner Lot on Columbia St,; fenced and
cleared -$1600.00.
House and Lot on Columbia St.) one of
the finest residences In tho city—87,-
000.00.
House and Lot on Royal Avenue, near
Douglas 81.-12,600.(10.
House arid 3 Lots, oornor Royal Avenue
and St. Patrick's St.; no better rest-
donee sito In the oity—$10,000.00.
I aero, with 7 houses, near the Park—
$6,006.06,
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Blook 28; cornor lot on Agues tit.;
fine residence site- $1200.00.
Lota on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avenuo—8500.00 each.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas aud Hall-
fax Sts., near Clinton St.; fine views
nnd well situntcd-$350.00, $376.00,
$100.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton-
$300.00.
Lot 9, Sub-Blook 10; fine residence lots-
$260.00.
Lots ou Polham St., near Mary—$600.00
eaoh.
Lot on Pelham St., near St. Andrew's;
fine slto-$600.00.
Lot on St. John's St,, near Melbourne—
$360.00.
Lot In St, Andrew's Square -8,100.00.
Lots in Blook fronting on North Am
road; finest chanco in tho market fo:
residence or speeulation-$126.0O tt
$176.00.
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Bloel
12-500.00 to $126.00.
Loti ln Subdivision of Lot 17. sub-Bloc
13-8100.00 oach.
Lots in Westminster Addition at $16.00
to $60.00.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varied. A marvel of
purity, Btrenirth and wbolesoineneKH. More
economical than the ordinary klndt-, and
cannot be lold in competition with the
multitude of tow te&t.-f-hort weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold onlyln cans.
RoyalBakinu Powdeu Co., 106 Wall SU,
New York. 3ieiy
POR_SALB.
A YOUNG HOUSE; GOOD * SOUND]
will work single or double.  Apply
to SHEHIF1'ARMSTRONG.     dmjTml
TO RENT.
HE STORE FORMERLY OCCUPIED
by FiHitds A Co,, In llie Masonic and
Od I Fellows' Block, Now Westminster.—
Applyto                         WM. McCOLL,
 dap2to	
T
NewWestminster Gas Co
A LIMITED NUMBER OF   SHARES
in the above Company for sale.—
Apply to        DAVID MORRIS,
Scc-Trous, «fe Manager.
New West., May 8,1880. dtiiySml
FORJ3ALE.
ENDER8 WILL BE RECEIVED UP TO
the 4th of June next for the purchase
Lots 101 & 104. Group One,
NowWestmlnster District, subject to three
overdue mortgngoH thereon, amounting
lu all, with Interest, to $2,77o,00.
The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.   By order,
W. IL FALDING,
dmySral District Registrar S. C.
Plants for Sale!
©X3E.ES A 3?
AT TUB
Greenhouses, Douglas Street
.   Ik Great Variety, IsoMJDisa,
GERANIUMS, Doublo and Single; FU-
CHIAS, all new varieties; HOSE--,
Double PETUNIAS, MOON*FLOWBUS;
a fine collection of DAHLIAS (nimieil
varieties) ANNUALS, 25 cIh. per doz.
Mixed BEDDING PLANTS, 8150 per doz.
I olftr 10 Plunls tor Si, includf us I Storm
King Fuchia, Hoitf-uut-*, Wreaths nud
Crosses made to order. Fruit, Vegetables
and Flowers at Store, next Oity Hotel, Columbia St, Orders by mall promptly attended lo.      LdwnpRylj      P. i,.llHAM.
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWARtrf GASD, PROPRIETORS
J. J. WILSON, - MANAGER.
Rates, $1,00 aud $1.50 per Day,
ACCORDING TO ROOM.
SPEOIAL RATES BY TKE WEEK OR MONTH.
WW Parties supplied with all kinds of
ICE-CREAM, dmyjml
T. A. MUIR & GO.
Chemists & Druggists,
Quecn'S Hotei. Block    -    HewWestminitii
A CHOICE LINE OF
Brushes,     Perfumes,
Combs,      SachetPowd'rs
Tl  Soaps,
TOILET   ARTICLES.
Prescriptions nnd Family Recipes care*
fully dispensed from pure Drugs.
NlRhl II, II nllrndtinn-. dnplte
SO oo.
ReaS  Estate,
INSURANCE
—ANn—
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating to
.   Real Estate.
—AGENTS FOR—
london Assurance Corporation.
Connectlcnt Fire Insnrnnco Co. of
nsrtrord.
london and laneaiblre lifo Assurance Oo.
Canton insurance Offlce, Id. (Marine)
OFFICESi
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
d-ntUyl
N0TES AND COMMENTS.
"AVhut's the matter, Bromley V
"I've recovered my valise." "I don't
seo why you should swear in that
way about it." "Oh, you don't, eh 1
The dam thing isn't worth $3, and
it had to turn up just when the company was about to allow me ?50 for
it.   It's just my luok."
The wildest guesses hxve been
made in Paris and other parts of
France as to the range of vision
from the Eiffel tower. Tho real
limit, according to the Temps, is 40
miles, which takes in Fontainebleau,
Mantes and Fontoise, and even this
area can only be viewed in exceptionally clear weather.
There is a family living in Ohio,
says an exchango, whose ages are
104, 109, 111, and 115 years. The
lady of 111 would probably havo been
much older if her life had not been
shortened by smoking, a practice
which she kept up for about seventy
years. She has a family of promising boys and girls, tho youngest of
whom is a lud of 70.  -
The oldest member of the house
of commons, the Right Hon. Oharles
Villiers, aged eighty-seven years, is
in dinger of eviction from his house
at Olielsea by Earl Oadogan, who
owns the old mansion, and wants to
pull it down to make room for street
improvements. Mr. Villiers, who is
a Unionist, has taken to his bod,
nnd says he will stay there till his
landlord consents to a compromise.
We puy our Dominion legislators
81,000 per session, or at the rate of
?16 per working doy. In Austria
nnd Frunce the indemnity is but 35
a day; in Denmark, $3 ; in Germany,
82; in Norway, 83.25. Belguini
allows 875 per montb; Greeco $100
a month to senators and $50 a month
to commoners; and Sweden, $335
per session of sixteen weeks. Tbe
gentleman who declared that he
would rather make the poetry of the
people than their laws did not know
how much more profitable law-making is in Canada than it is in
Europe.—Ex.
Tho number of arrivals of immigrants in the United States during
the nine months ended March 31st
last was 255,707, as against 293,-
231 for tlie same period in the previous fiscal year. The contribution of
every foreign country except Russia shows u doorease, the falling off
in the case of Great Britain and,
Ireland being 12,000, nnd in that of
Italy 8,000. The decadence in
Italian immigration is due to the
rush to the Argentine Republic,
while emigration from tho United
Kingdom has lessened on account of
the return of prosperity there, work
at good wages being plentiful.
OUR FLEET SAFE.
Tlio American (Joy cm incut lias not
Yet Fully Decided to Sink the
Pacific Squadron.
A Washington Territory Man Falls
into 822,000,000 Worth of
Property in Omaha.
The Body of Dr. Cronin Found in
Chicago and Identified. Developments Expected.
The chief obstacle in the way of
relieving the famine in Northern
China is the lack of railways. To
those who advocate railways the
Chinese statesmen say : "The country has got along for somo thousand
years without them, and therefore,
does not need them. Moreover,
they would deprive of work the
thousands of men who now transport goods from place to place on
their backs or with wheelbarrows
and carts. There had always been
famines from time to time, and it
was evidently meant that they
should continue. If it were desirable to stop them, and railways
would do it Confucius would have
Baid so."
Count Tolstoi, the Russian minister of the interior, whose death
has been announced, was an uncompromising opponent of tho spread of
liberal ideas—a very different man
from the Tolstoi in whom intelligent
men and women of all Christendom
are interested. When minister of
public instruction he established the
schools ou a classical basis, thus
virtually shutting out the Russian
youth, Through his control of the
police system free speech was
smothered. He believed, in short,
that Siberia was the best remedy
for social discontent, and there is
some retributive signification in
thinking that he may bo longing for
Siberia himself by this  timo.—Ex.
John McKenzie, writing from
Dakota to the Pictou (Halifax)
Jfewa, fells the following sorry tale
and gives the following good advice
appended : Yon ask how I like living in Dakota, Last year it took
all our crops to moot our payments
and we had a good crop; We were
expecting to havo tho same this
year and t-ot a little ahead. The
crop grew to protection and all the
farmers felt in good cheer over their
wheat and the monoy it was to bring
after being sold at the elevator. But
to our great sorrow and misfortune,
in August the early frost came and
left us penniless. We are worse
oft' now than when we came to this
country six years ago, Last week
I saw a neighbor setting fire to a
30 acre field of wheat, and he is
going to try another  year,  but  a
freat mapy are going to other parts,
ly advice to Nova Scotians is to
stay at home, or, if they must leave,
go to British Columbia, where there
are right laws, mild winter, and a
climate to suit the farmer.
French society is greatly excited
over tlio nows that Mn. Horton E.
Leduc, of Montreal, has fallen heir ta
ovor 84,000,000 by the death of a
French merchant. Mrs. Leduo wu
born in Montreal, and it well known
in musical circles there.
HAYTI AND    ALASKA.
Washinoton, May 23.—Neither the
state or navy department have any information regarding the assumed intention of sending vessels to Hayti or
Alaska. A very noticeable reticence
on the part of officials appears to indicate that the Hayti problt-in is under
discussion. It seems probable thnt
from the manner of tbe high officials
something will be done, and that
shortly.   ■
THREE DEMOOBACTIO STATES
New York, May 23.—Chris Brick-
oy, the well known democratic politician of San Francisco, speaking to-day
of admission of the four new western
states, said; "If the democracy do not
throw away the opportunity I think
Washington, Montana and oue of the
Dakotas will elect democratic state
governments, and send democrats to
Ihe CT. S. senate.
ANOTHER FAST TRIP.
New York, May 23.—The City of
New York arrived at Sandy Hook this
m-irmiij* from Queenstown in six. days
nineteen hours and six minutes.
A TERMINUS  BURNED.
Norwalk, Coon., May 23.—The
southern terminus of the Housatonic
road at Wilsons point, was fired last
night and totally destroyed. A quarter of a mile of new wharf, freight
building, coal bine, passenger depot,
and a number of freight aud pusseuger
cars were burned. The new England
Terminal Company had expended
8300,000 and the Housatonic Company
8300,000 in improvements there. Two
thirds of this ia eone. The steamers
and sail boats narrowly escaped.
queen's weather,
San Franohco, May 23.—Fair
weather followed by li«ht rains in
Washington Territory and Northern
Oregon, is predicted for the succeeding
24 hours.
a startling decision.
Omaha, May 25.—A despatch from
Tacoma says that Robt. Shield, an
aged citizen of Puyallup, of that territory, has been given judgement by
the U. S. supremo court to a claim of
a hundred and sixty acres in the heart
of this city which aro now valued at
twenty two million dollars. Nothing
is known here of the decision.
cotton oarqo on fire.
London, May 23.—The Spanish str.
Erailiano, whioh put into Queenstown
with i cargo of cotton afire, was dry-
docked yesterday. When the hatches
were removed it was discovered she
was still on fire. Water and steam were
used for hours and finally the fire was
extinguished. The cargo iB almost a
total loss.
family quarrels.
Soranton, Pa., May 23.—Frank
Canipton, of West Pittsburg, 35 yoars
old, cut his wife's throat aad his own
with a butcher knife this morning.
Both bodies were found together.
Marital differences was the cause.
Mis. Campton, in tho struggle to save
her life, had all her fingers cut oil',
Before cutting his throat, Canipton
wrote on a piece of bloody paper,
found by the neighbors, "She was not
true to me and must die; I must die
too."
nn. crosin's murder.
Chicaoo, May 23.—At ten o'clock
this morning Col, W. P. Rend arrived
at Lakeview station and was taken into
the morgue. The moment Rond saw
the corpse he exclaimed "Yes, that is
Cronin, there is no doubt about it,
That is the body of Dr.. Cronin, the
victim of a most foul and awful murder. I can lay my hand upon the man
that instigated the crime and point
him out and make no mistake." Rend
was questioned about this statement,
but would only say that all be knew
be would tell to the state attorney.
Half an hour later the states attorney,
Longnecker, and two assistants, arrived. Judge L'-ngnocker first examined
the bloody trunk nnd corpse of Cronin,
nnd then was closeted for an hour with
Col. Rend. After consultation the
gentlemen would Bay no more than
thnt several iirreats would surely be
mado this afternoon,
A TBRMBLK   ACCIDENT.
San Francisco, May 23.- Another
accident, this .time of a fatal chiirncter,
took place at the Union Iron Works
this morning. George P. Loitz, a
boiler maker, 21) years of npo, whs in*
Btantly killed, and another bniler
maker, namod Renstrom, received injuries from which ho cannot survive
many hours. The mon were eugaged
in rivoting the crown sheet, or the
head of a boiler, to tho main piece.
When the pieco had been raised some
four feet it slipped and fell on the
men. Lei'--wns struck on thu head
and his head was crushed flat ou the
ground by the weight of the iron.
Renstrom wai standing ant from beneath but was struck on the side of tho
head; the blow, it is said fractured his
skull and a portion of his brains could
be seen oozing from tho gash as ho was
removed to tho hospital,
DECAMPED,
PiiiENix, Ann., May 23.—A. L.
Meyer, ex-mayor of PIiobiux and agent
for Wells Fargo, who has been missing
for some time, is found to have decamped with nearly 810.000. It is
believed he has gone to South America.
THB OREGON ROAD,
New York, May 23.—A prominent
speculator identified with the Union
Pacitic and Manitoba interests satd
to-day: "We have not gained control
of the Oregon Transcontinental but
are sure our opponents are not far
ahead, and we do not pay mucli for the
use of proxies. A careful scrutiny of
the transfer books is favorable to the
present management,"
crown's body discovered,
Chicaoo, May 22. — At 5 o'clock
this evening the body of a mau was
discovered lying at the bottom of a
manhole in a large sewer in the vicinity of the place where the blood stained
trunk was found on tho morning following the myr-terous disappearance
(if Dr. Patrick H. Cronin. The body
lias boen removed to tho Lake police
station, where it is said that tho remains hnve beon identified beyond all
doubt as those of Dr. Cronin.
LORD LONSDALE  FOR HOME,
New York, May 22.—Lord aud
Lady Lonsdale sailed for England cm
ntiMiner Celtic to-day.
IOE CREAM   AND VERDEOUIH.
Chattanwaoa, May 22.—Word has
been received from Sequaehee, that, at
an ice cream supper at J. B. Fortius
house, half a hundred people were
poisoned by verdegris. Willie Hayes
and Jaok Dungan aro dead; the others
will recover.
OTTAWA NOTES.
Ottawa, May 22,—Mr. Thomas
Skinner, the new director of the Canadian Pacific Railway, leaves for Vancouver ahortly, accompanied by Mr.
Van Horne. He will enquire into the
conditions of the Crofters.
Lord Stanley and suite leave to-morrow for tho New Brunswick fishing
grounds.
"v ItTs reported to-night that Hon, J.
A. Chapleau, the secretary of state,
has been awarded the portfolio of railways and canals.
Mr. Ewen, who has been hore
for some time in conference with the
minister of fisheries regarding the close
Beason for salmon, says that he is confident that the minister will grant
tbo request. Ho leaves for home tomorrow.
NEWFOUNDLAND FISHERIES.
Halifax, N.S., May 21.—Advices
from the bny of St. George, N.F., say
the relations between the New Found-
land and French fishermen to the disputed French shore aro reaching a
crisis. The commander of tho British
warship Lily has issued a proclamation
to the effect that he would not permit New Foundland fishermen to catch
herring, and if they did so would confiscate them. An indignation meeting
was held, at which Btrong language
was used. Rev. D. Homley, prefect
apostolic of Newfoundland, told the
commander of the British warship that
ho wus there with the apparent mission of protecting the Frenoh instead
of the British colors. The commander
replied that he was carrying out his instructions from the imperial government, and added that he took but
Uttle stock in the inhabitants of Newfoundland. The government proclamation, which was posted up in public
places, was quickly torn down by the
infuriated people. The French are
given concurrent rights by the treaty
to that part of Newfoundland,
but claim exclusive jurisdiction,
and now that they can get
bait in other portions of Newfoundland
they are asserting their claims of ex-
olusiveness to tbe bay of St. George
and supplying themselves with bait
there. This prevents the British from
getting fish, whtch would of course
interfere with the Frenoh, and the
British warship there prevents any
interference.' The people threaten to
use rifles to enforce their riglitn. They
say they Will either do that or abandon
thnt portion of the British empire to
the French... Bloodshed is predicted.
TUG NEWMARKET RACES.
London, May 22.—At tho second
Newmarket spring meeting, to-day,
the Newmarket stakes for three year
olds was won by the Duke of Port*
land's Donovan, with Terropone second
and Laureate third. There were
seventeen starters.
CRAFTY BISMARCK
Employs a German to Conduct a
London Paper In the Interests
of the Fatherland.
Grand Dnkc Constantine Recalled
from Banishment to Command
the Eussian Navy.
The Steamship Nyanza is Honk
In Collision in the Suez
Canal To-day,
FROM VICTORIA.
An Arson Case Dismissed."! Burglar'*
JablleC'-V'-C-maer In Victoria.«Bf-
wnril Offered for an American Botdler.
Special to Thb Columbian.
Victoria, May 23.-- The case
against Mrs. Alien, who was arrested
yesterday for arson, was dismissed in
the police court. She left for Vancouver this morning.
Robbers went through Howard's
Hotel, at Esquimalt, and the Pacific
Telegraph Hotel, in this city, aud secured about seventy dollars worth of
goods and money.
Wm. O'Connor, champion oarsman
of America, will arrive here this evening to witness the sports.
A, Leonard Meyer, ex-mayor of
Phoenix, and Wells Fargo's agent
there, arrived on the sound steamer
lust night. A San Francisco despatch
says he is an embezzler in the sum of
sixty-nino hundred. A surety compnny offers a reward of one thousand
for his capture. He came here direct
from San Bernardino.
A despatch from Seattle statos that
lhe steamer North Pacifio was completely crowded with passengers when
she left Seattle. Sho left three hundred people on the wharf who could
not be taken aboard. These will bo
brought ovor dn tho Idaho.
Very fow havo yot arrived from
Port Townsend, and it is supposed a
special steamer will bring them over.
From the North.
The str. Maude arrived at the C. P.
N. Go's, dock at 5:30 o'clock on Sunday morning, from the north. Sho
only went up as far as the Naas and
Skeena rivers, the supply of coal running short and preventing her from
calling at Queen Charlotte islands, as
had been intended. The party of coal
prospectors Bent out by the Cumberland Coal Mining Co., of Spring Hill,
N. S., in charge of Mr. Alex, Mclnnes
to prospect for coal on Queen Charlotte islands, disembarked at Port Es-
Bingtonand will go over to Queen
Charlotte islands by the Sardonyx on
her next trip. The Cumberland Coal
Company have bonded an extensive
claim, which has already been partially worked. They will extend the
tunnel, their operations, it is expected,
to continue for a year or eighteen
months, as their instructions aro to
thoroughly prospect tho ground. The
Maude had good weather all the way.
Oarthow's new cannery on the Skeena
is now well under way, and ii being
put in readiness for work before the
run commences. The Maude took up
twenty new boats for the cannery. On
the down trip hor cargo consisted of
only a few bundles of skins.—Colonist.
_* • • ■
Tho opinion is general that a monument will bo raised to the memory of
Major Short and Sergeant WitUack,
who wore killed m the Quebec tiro.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
BISMARCK a ENGLISH ORGAN,
London, May 23.—A development,
as unexpected as sensational, in a law
court here in London may play an im*
Sortntit part in the European question,
redorick Greenwood, a talented but
splenetic man, who until recently was
editor of tho St. James Gazette, ie sue.
ing the proprietor of the paper for
breach of contract, and in the course
of the trial tbe relations of the pro*
prietor, a German named Sternkohif,
who bought the paper ayear ago, with
the Berlin court enme. out. Stern-
kolilfa correspondence from Berlin was
read, in which it was shown that Bismarck took a lively interest in this
German capture of an English journal,
gave it private tips and personally dictated its policy. His great desire was
to have the paper write down Boulanger, and not unlikely this discovery
will lend a fresh impetus to the Boulanger boom in France.
MORE EVICTIONS.
Dublin, May 23.—Evictions bsgin
on Lord Lunsdowno's estate at Lagga-
curran next week.
COAL MINE DISASTER.
London, May 23.—By a cave-in in
n colliery in Wales oue miner was
killed und 58 emtombed. A force is
engaged in rescuing tbe imprisoned
men.
LINCOLN PRESENTED.
London, May 23.—Mr. Lincoln,
the American minister, was to-day pre*
souted to Salisbury by Mr. White,
first secretary of the American ' Legation. Lincoln wili shortly be presented at court.
A FRIEND OF PARNELL.
London, May 23.—Eliza Duxburg,
a leading member of the Wesley church
a strong conservative, who died recently, has left in her will 810,000 to
Mr. Parnell for his private use.
THE GERMAN STRIKES.
London, May 23.—The German
strikes are felt in all neighboring countries, The labor troubles in the eastern section of the province are practically uuder martial law. Every' outbreak is sternly suppressed by the military. Belgian workmen, always ready
to rise, are kindled by tbe situation in
Germany, and miners in Leigie and in
neighboring districts are leaving their
work, demanding more wages and less
time. y
A LARGE DONATION.
London, May 23.—The royal college
of musio has received a donation of
8225,000 from Samson Fox.
RECALLED FROM BANISHMENT
St. Petersburg, May 23.—The
Czar has recalled the Grand Duke
Constantine from banishment, and
wili restore him his position as grand
admiral at the head of the Russian
navy.
sugar.
London, May 23.—The sugar market is very active, but root is quoted
to-day at 22 shillings 0 pence; sellers
at 22 shillings 6 pence.
DISASTROUS  COLLISION,
London, May 23. The British str.
Curfew collided with and sank the
British steamer Nyanza io the Suez
canal yesterday. No lives were lost.
The Curfew was damaged slightly, but
proceeded on her voyage to Madras.
IRELAND SHOULD BB FREE.
London, May 23.—The cross-examination of O'Brien continued to-day.
He admitted writing several articles
derogatory to Queen Victoria, and
ono declaring that Earl Spencer would
be the last strong Englishmen who
would attempt to rule Ireland by barbarism, paid perjury, butchery aud tbe
use of the sacred rope. At
the same timo O'Brien's paper,
United Ireland, worked according tu
constitutional methods, and advocated
nothing but peaceful means to attain
the end sought by the Irish parliamentary party. O'Brien also admitted the
authorship of an article declaring the
chairman of the committee to receive
the Prince of Wales, during his visit to
Ireland, would be hunted from publio
life. He never spoko disrespectfully
or offensively about the Princo of
Wales personally. No people ever
Buffered mere for loyalty than Irishmen and none profited more by their
protestations of loyalty than the
poople who opposed them. If it waa
clear England would not satisfy the
aspirations of Ireland, and if there waa
a rational chanco of success, the attempt should be mndo to rebel.
RESUSCITATING A DEAD CONCERN.
London, Mny 22.—An attempt will
bo made to galvanize tho great French
copper syndicate into life. A progress
is on foot for the formation of an An*
glo-French company to take charge of
the work of the Bociety Des Meteux.
Tho scheme is represented to have a
reasonable prospect of success.
PARNELL COMMISSION.
London, May 22.— The consultation
whioh was held yesterday between the
Parnell commission and solictors
Davis and Read, resulted in the conclusion of an arrangement greatly abridging the evidenco to be introduced
by the Parnollites and consequently
shortening the session of the commit*
ion by several weeks under the time
estimated by the defence as the mini*
mum period whioh they would occupy
in presenting their case. The testimony of Mr O'Brien will be concluded
to-morrow, after which a few witnesses will require but a short time and
be followed by tho evidence of Mr.
Matthew Harris, M, P., for East Galway. After Mr Harris, Archbishop
Croko, Canon Keller and Father Sheehy will be called aud the evidence will
be concluded by the examination of
Michael Davitt, It is understood that
Mr. Davitt will make some very important revelations and explanations
and it is therefore regarded as fitting
that he should be the last witness called, leaving hia statement! fresh in the
minds of the occupants of the benoh. :r
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To*morrow the empire upon which
the sun never sets will celebrate the
seventieth anniversary of its Queon
and sovereign's birthday, and "God
save the Queen" nnd tlio patriotic
strains of the national anthem will
encircle the globe.   Although Victoria Alexandria has ri-ached tlie
"allotted span," and hns supported
tbe crown of Great Britain and Ireland  (with  the comparatively recently .added weight of the diadem
of India) for nearly lifty*ono years,
her loyal subjects nro happy to know
that  she- is to-day in better health
and  spirits  than  she has beon in
somo of the years that are past, and
promises yet to gratify tho fervent
wish of her many subjects expressed
in  the  utterance "Long  live the
Queen.   In this remote part of Hor
Majesty's dominions, whero we have
to be content without so much as a
glimpse of royalty, it may bo supposed that the quality of our loyalty
is  somewhat strained; that what
loyalty wo do possess is more a loyalty to institutions and to inherent
prejudices than to tho person on the
throne.   This may be so in a measure* but loyalty, like other sentiments, is  not  supposed to be too
critically analyzed.   It undoubtedly
exists in British Columbia, and for
one  day at  lenst we can give ourselves up to its stimulation and expression, for which these yearly recurring occasions are so well fitted.
The august lady whose natal duy we
will celebrate to-morrow is recognized as worthy and deservedly beloved
—not only among her own subjects,
but the wido world over—not only
aa a queen, but (and this, perhaps,
is  her  chief glory) as a woman.
Although holding no civio celebration of our own this year, we can
cordially   unite,  eithor   in   bodily
presence or spirit, with our friends
and neighbors  of the "queen city"
in their "big go."   "God save the
Queen."
Protestant Christianity, truly observes a cotemporary, has no monopoly of Christian heroism. The annals of the Ohurch of Rome have
been brightened very often by the
glory which enshrines tlie martyr
and the self-sacrificing imitator of
Christ. Perhaps the brightest example of this spirit in the Roman
Communion to-day is Father Darnien
of Molokai. Longman's Magazine
for May contains un interesting account of the labors of this devoted
missionary. Molokai is one of the
smallest of the Sandwich Islands,
and, as many will recollect by tho
association of the name is an asylum
for lepers, by whom it is exclusively
inhabited. This disease is so revolt
ing and so contagious that thes poor
wretches were left to themselves
until Father Darnien, a Belgian
priest, determined to sacrifice bright
wordly prospects that he might devote his life to them. He has been
their doctor, nurse, carpenter, schoolmaster, magistrate, painter, cook,
gardener, and sometimes even their
undertaker and grave-digger. He
found the people so degraded that
he had to work from all sides at
onco: to raise them physically that
might  raise them spiritually.
Bion," and the Times says of it:
"When this float passed through
Waverly placo Washington iJas ait-
tint; on the table with his feet dan-
gling, and his generals woro lying
on the floor, sucking oranges, and
bestowing the peels with perfect impartiality between the floor and the
street." The Herald reporter saw
this float at a different point, and
then the young man who impersonated Washington was wrestling
with a ham sandwich, while the accompanying "statesmen" had their
feet on tho table. In explanation
of this tho Times says editorially
thnt tlie Americans are the worst
pageant makers in tho world. "The
instinct of picturesque and dramatic
representutions,"it continues, "seems
to be weaker in us than in any
other people. An adult male American who consents to take part in
a 'tableau' cannot rid himself of tho
suspicion that lie is making a ridiculous spectacle of himself, and this
suspicion of course tends to its own
verification. He generally takes
his revenge upon fate by taking the
spectators into his confidence and
disclosing the countenance of Bottom behind tho leonine musk, to the
entire destruction, not only of illusion, but of interest."
We print a letter from "Lex" today on the fishery license question.
"Lex" makes some apparently good
points about the apportionment of
tbe "outside" licenses • but, ns
understand the question, the particular cases ho mentions as having
secured licenses undeservedly, or
having been allowed more licenses
than thoy wore justly entitled to,
were dealt with beforo tho limit was
put on. From our inquiries the
other day we learned that 44
licenses had been thus awarded before any limit had beon fixed. These,
we suppose, were granted, as in
previous seasons, on the principle of
"first come, first served." The cases
to which our correspondent very
properly takes exception are, we
believe, all included in the 44
licenses above mentioned us being
granted prior to the fixing of tho
limit by the minister of marine.
With respect to Indians being preferred to white men in the matter
of getting licenses, wo think that if
the case were exactly stated it would
bo found that a certain system was
followed, under specific instructions by tbe department. But perhaps, as suggested by "Lex,"
"Scientific Fisherman" may be able
to throw some light upon this point.
Our correspondent, no doubt, rightly
opines tbat the inspector "has a
very difficult duty to perform, nnd
probably gets roundly abused by all
parties." In fairness to the inspector, however, it does not appear
that he can be blamed for the
apparent irregularities
out by "Lex,"
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And he has achieved wonders. After
eleven years of such work Mr. Da-
mien himself caught tho disease in
1884, and has pursued his labors
ever since under the full consciousness that ho was a dying man. In
1886 he wrote to a friend that he
was fully aware of this fact, but
felt resigned. He said : "Almighty
God knows what is best for my
sanctification, and with that conviction I. say daily a good Fiat voluntas Tim (Thy will bi* done)." He
asked prayers on his behalf. This
courageous mul devoted priest has
recently succumbed to the terrible
malady which he contracted as a
result of his RelH-donying and voluntary labors among the diseased and
wretched outcasts of Molokai, whom
he has ministered to for the last
sixteen years. When it is remembered that it was genuine pity for
the peculiarly helpless and hopeless
condition of theso miserable people
that led Father Darnien to sacrifice
himself so that he might somewhat
alleviate their condition and cast a
ray of light upon their gloomy path
to the tomb, one can almost endorse
the following testimony from a Protestant semi-religious paper, that
"most Protestants have reason to
bluah for shame that they should
allow a Roman Catholic priest to
get so far ahead of them in the
heavenly race."
The Irish viceroyalty muclcllo is
instructive. The simple fact seems
to bo that no one who could bo
placed in such a position will consent to be tho tool and cntspaw of
"my promising nephew," Mr, A. J.
Balfour. To support Mr. Balfour
by their votes is one thing—for the
typicul Englishman, especially in
the "classes," has an idea that any
fellow who persists in boring him
with grievances ought to bo put
down—but to become personally
responsible for the dirty details of
oppression, is quito another thing.
When you nsk the average English
gentleman to do that, his refusal is
apt to be a trifle abrupt, Tho position is illogical and inconsistent, but
it is characteristic. The occurence
of such a situation just now will
probably have a strongly educational
effect, and thus hasten the dawn of
a better day in British domestic
legislation. |H
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The cuisine, under the charge of a first-class white chef, is a specialty,
and tho best of everything will always be found on the table.
Tbo Queen's is intended to be a superior house in every respect, and
we hope, by care and attention to the comfort and wants of guests, to
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brilliant success, there were some
things about it of whieh the committeo  ha.  reason to be ashamed,
says an exchange.   The centennial
ball, for instance, degenerated into
something  like an orgy after midnight, and the symbolic floats which
tho committee prepared for the oivic
parade  were, a  New York paper
says, simply  abominable.   One  of
the latter was supposed to represent
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The ground ts open and clear of heavy
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The lite has been selected as one of
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A PASTOR'S ADVENTURES.
Kntliitrriti-sli)-- FobIIIoii  Occupied   by  an
Kxpuundcr of (lm Scriptures.
In fainting somo of tlio ombarrtisBlnR position!- Uo onco occupied- a preacher writes
In tlio ChicoRo News: "It was summertime-, uml tho church doors woro open,* I
was standing at tho lectern reading tho
lessons, when my oyo caught through tho
doorway tho ilguro of Carlo, a largo, black
opauicl, with whish I was on friondly
tormo. Tlio rocoguitiou was mutual. My acquaintance trotted up the nislo, nnd brought
hinaolf to anchor a few foot in front of
whoro I waa standing. He watched mo with
clo30 attention, evidently wondering at ray
unfamiliar garb and estranged manner, but
in doubt v'hothor to manifest recognition by
jumping up alongside of mo or bf indulging
in friendly barks at a distanco, Finally,
tho creature mado a bolt up tlio gallery
stairs, und waa lost to view amid tho lonely
waste of benches.
--But tho'jncident was not at an end. I had
dismissed from my mind tho imprudonco
of my canlno friend, and tho sorvico had
proceeded peacefully aa far aa sormon-
timo. Scarcely had I begun my discourse,
when it becamo evident that somo stronger
attraction was engaging tho attention of my
audiouco. Llftlnn my eyos from the manuscript, I beheld tho head of tho dreadful
dog looking wistfully ovor tho gallery within a fow yards j and from tho expression of
hia countenance, it wns too evident that ho
Was calculating tho nearest point from
which lio could roach tho pulpit. No sooner
nil he percoivo my recognition of him than
ho icn'.pcd upon tbo seat and planted his fore-
legs on the front edge of the gallery. He
was triumphantly waving hia tail, apparently balancing tiihiBclf for a spring, whon
tho heads of tho soxton and clork bobbed
tip beyond tho gallory stairs. Cajolings,
mcnaclnga and subdued adjectives wero
hoard; the dog hesitated; turning his hood,
took in tho situation, and fled. Finally, to
my intense relief, but apparently to tho
great regret of tho juvenile element in the
congregation, tho "aaistant bcadlo,1 effecting ii flank movement, seized Carol by
tho tall rtfld dragged bim down tho gallery
ritfllra, to be Ignominoualy driven forth
among tlio dogs of tho street.
"One wintry Suuday evening I was officiating'- for the flrst time, at a mission
ehurch iu the outlaying part of tho parish.
Tbo building had been a disused chapel.
Tho pulpit, a formidable but rickty struct-,
uro, wna approached by a high and shaky
flight of steps, and was illuminated by two
tallow caudles in tin sconces, on either Bide
of tho preacher, I had observed somo slight
v.nstcudinesa on tho part of tho friendly
dipii, and accordingly had at flrst moved
about aa little as possible. Howover, as the
liormon wont on, caution was forgotton,and,
warming with my subject, 1 began to indulge in a littlo oratorical action. Reaching
a climax in my discourse, I lifted both my
araig and brought them suddenly down upon
tlio deal hard-board with a sharp blow. The
result was, that tho dips bounced neatly out
of tho sconces, porformed swift somersaults and disappeared down below, among
some females, if ono might judgo by tho
noises that ensue-!. By the unfeigned laugh
with which my exploit was received, I pre-
iimno thoro must havo been something'ridiculous hi the suddon ejection and fall of tho
oandloo, Howovor, I failed to boo any humor
in tho situation, for I waa loft in the dark,
nnd being nccuatomed to tho written aermon,
was for tho momont nonplussed. I durst
not look ovor tho pulpit or aak for tho candles, and my rustic audience were ao bat in
tho fun of tho incident aa to forgot how
ucccasury light ia to a man's teaching. I mado
. a brief effort at extempore preaching, and
. then an early and ignominious exit.
"It waa in a poor outlying hamlet, and
the congregation had boon gathered from a
wide area. Many hud journoyed In donkey-
carts and gigs, and during service-lime tho
animals woro wont to ho tethorod on tho
adjacent vlllago common. On a suddon tho
drowsy stream-of tho preacher's sermon
was interrupted by a racket outsido tho
building. Presently a young donkey hobbled
ud tbo steps of tho church and nimbly
trotted up tho aisle, faced round, und took
iip;; position immediately undor tho pulpit.
Before a couplo of florid farmers could bo
uroucctl from their accustomed Sunday aft-
orurjon nop to drag forth the invador, another donkey, dragging a cart, lumbered up
tho ai ops to join hia relative. Whon ho bad
succeeded hi forcing hia way through tho
porch till tbo shafts and body of tho cart
were wodged between tho pillars, finding
bio futuro paaaago barred, ho expressed his
surprise und anuoyuncfi by discharging Uu;t
peculiar, reduplicated and resonant sound
which, whatever may bo ito mourilhg
in animal lauguago, seems always provocative of laughter among human bo-
inga. Liko tho asa which disconcerted
John Gilpin, ho ' saug raoBt loud and clear-'
whilo I1I3 aulutation wn3 responded toby
tho animal within the building, und hcurtly
chorused by tho congregation of nssc3 out-
side.
"1 loft homo rather hurriedly ono morning, and just boforo leaving I had sci:ed
from tho pocket-handkerchief box a folded
eijuure of linon, of tho usual shape, slzo and
texture, and hod transferred it to my cassock
pocket. In tho earlier partof my discourse,
becoming conscious of an impending sneeze,
and being unwilling to Interrupt tho ovon
tenor of my oratory, I fished out my hand,
kerchief with ono hand, und then, in tho
littlo elegant wuy that most people have,
with both hands gave it a shake to release
It from ita folds. Having stayed off tho
sneeze by Its application, I laid it on the
edge of tho pulpit, when tho passing ot an
Indefinable shade of expression across tha
upturned faces of -my nearest hearers
caused mo to dart a glance toward my
haudkorchief, imagining that it might bo
slipping over the edge. My eye caught
eight of n holo ut one sido of it which had
apparently been imperfectly repaired with
somo lace, and I gavo tho thing another
shako to conceal the defect. To my dismay
and confusion two tiny sleeves and a frilled
nook appeared on tho confines of my ' handkerchief,1 and a cold thrill passed over mo
when I recognized tho littlo object as boing a stray part of thoattiroof my infant
(.luughtoi-.
''It was customary, somo years ago—in
certain districts tho practice still lingers—
foi- tho minister, in giving out the hymn to
rend the first verso. I remember onco
hearing!, young curato givo out, in a vory
inclirymoso and sentimental lone, tho verso
of a well-known hymn which ends with tho
words: 'And wipo my weeping oyes.' Tho
pathos wub Badly spoiled, and tho gravity
of his hearers tosted by his rondorlng it:
■And weep my wiping eyes.' Ho was immediately conscious of his mistake, and his
confusion only mado matters worse. Experience has no doubt sinco taught him
that it Is wiser, undor such circumstances,
to go boldly forward, trusting to successive
thoughts to obliterate a little error, rather
than to call attention to it by endeavoring
to rectify his mistake at the time,"
How Skeletons ate Blade.
ht Mantle de ta Selene*: describes a factory
which is Baldtobollouiishing at St Denis,
Frimco. Within its walls human skeletons
nro "n.udo" in tho following manner: Tho
largfiat room of the building Is filled with
mormons kottlca, ln which tho bones of
i iv. corpses avo boiled till the flesh is bc*i*
grated from them, Tbo skulls aro preparo-i
separately and itt tbo most careful manner.
One way of preparing tho skulls of ehildron
and young peoplo Is to fill tho hollow whoro
tho brains woro situated with peas and then
let tho lattor swell in water, which causes
the moat dotlcatoly joined bones to BOparoto
without being injured, After all tho bones
havo boon carefaUy washed thoy aro
bleached eithor by choral or hy exposure to
tho sun, and aro then joined in another department of tho factory and mado flexible
by moans of brass wires, Moat of tho
corpses whoso bones aro utilized aro said
to bo brought from hospitals, prisons und
dissecting-rooms.	
Remedial Nofe-Blaoklaf,
Bomo learned professors aro discussing ln
t\periodical tho subject of snow-blindness
and sunburn, llio former has not much
Intorest at tho present moment, becauso
just now we havo no snow on tho ground
and aro not likely to havo any for somo
timo, Tot It It iuterostir. j to learn, in view
of futuro necessities, that tho surest, If not
Indeed the only, provontivo ot snow-blindness is to blacken the nose.
Streets and Park Debenture By-Law.
A By-Law to raise by Loan the
sum ot $85,000 for Street aud
Park Improvements.
WHEREAS IT IS EXPEDIENT
that the council of tho city of New
WestminBter should provido for the improvement of certain streets in said city,
and of Queen's Park.
And wiunius it will be necessary, in
order to effect Baid improvements, to is*
suo debentures of tho said city for a sum
of money not exceeding $86,000.
And whereas for the oayment of interest and creating a sinking fund for
payment of said debenture*, it wiU be
necessary to raise the sum of $6,050 annually by special rato in each year.
And whereas the amount of tho whole
rateable property of the said oity, according to the last revised assessment roll, is
the sum of $2,540,246.
And whereas tho total amount of the
existing dobt of the said city ia 3155,500,
irrespective of the sum of §200,000 proposed to be borrowed undor authority of
the Water Works Debenture By-Law,
wliich by-law Is to be submitted to a voto
of the electors of tho oity concurrently
with this by-law. ,
And whereas, for the purpose oi. raising the said yearly sum of 85,050 an annual special rate of 2 2-5tli mills in the
dollar will be required.
Therefore, tho Mayor and Aldermen
of the oity of New WestminBter, iu counoil asBcmbled, enact as follows:
1. It shall be lawful for tho mayor of
the snid city to raise by way ol loan
from nny person or persons, body or
bodies corporate, who maybe willing to
advance the Batno upon the creilitof tlie
debentures hereinafter mentioned a sum
of money not exceeding In tho whole the
Bum of 885,000. ,        *    ,,
2. Itshall be lawful forthe said mnyor
to cause any number of debentures to bo
made (or sueh sumB of monoy aa mny be
required, but not for leBS than 9100 eaoh,
sueh debentures to be sealed with the
seal of tho corporation, signed by the
mayor nnd countersigned by the treasurer of the said oity.
S. Thesaid debentures ahall be made
payable In fifty yeara at furthest from the
day on which this by-law takes eflect,
either ln nterling money of Great Britain
or in currency of this province or the
country wheie the same mny respectively
be made payable, which mny be ln any
placo or places authorized by law as may
be agreed upon between the purchaser or
fiurcbaaers thereof and the mayor, and
he said debentures Bhall have attached
to them coupons for the payment of In*
tercst.
■1. The said debentures shall bear Interest at the rate of live per centum per an'
num from the dato thereof, which Interest
shall bo payable half-yearly on the flrst
days of January and July in eaeh and
every year.
5, For the purpose of forming a sinking
fund for the payment of tbe Bald debentures and tbo Interest thereon an equal
annual special rate of 2 and 2-filh mills ln
the dollar shall be levied and collected,
ln addition to all other rates, in each year
upon nil the rateable property in trie said
city during the currency of tho said debentures or any of them.
8. All moneys nrlslng from tbo snld rato
beyond tho amount required for the payment of interest upon the said debentures
mny bo invested in each year as the counoil of the said corporation may direct, for
the purpose of crcaMng n-sinklng fund for
the redumption ot the said debentures as
tbey respectively become due, without
prejudice to any of the powers conferred
upon the said council by the act of Incorporation.
7. The proceeds of the debentures issued
and Hold undor authority of tbls by-law
shall be applied to Improvements on
Queen's Park nnd the streets hereinafter
mentioned, ana, as nearly ln the proportion following as may to the said council
seem expedient, thut. Is to say: Queen's
Park, Sir-,000; Columbia street, $i,0U0: Provost, Dntlm* and Carnarvon Btreets,82,600,
Agnes street, 12,500; Royal avenue, 83,000;
Queen's avenue, 83,000; Pelham street,
S-j-GOO; Montr, al street, 83,000; Melbourne
street. 82,500; Leopold Pluce, 8500; Park
Lane,«l-500i Clinton street, 82.000; St. Pat
rick stroet, 81,000; Clement street, 68.0001
St. George Htreet, 81,000; Mnry street,§1,000;
St. John street, 81,000; Douglas street,
(5,000; Halifax street, 8750; Ht. Andrew'a
and hllk'o Btreets, $8,000; Porlemiuejitreot
12,700; Edinburgh street, 82,600: London
street, 81,000; BliiokieBtreot.tTiOO; Motivate
street, 8500; Blackwood (trout, 3500; Mo*
Kenalo street, extending and matting,
87,501): streets ln St. Andrew's square, $1*500;
Ht. Georges square, 8000; St. Patrick's
square, $1,000; sidewalks and general
street repairs, {0,060; provided that out of
tbo said Bum of 816.000 "set apart for
theimprovementof Queen's Park there
shnll bo paid into tho eity treasury to the
creditor the general nccount the sum of
S'i.oo!'. being the amount already expended
out of the geneml revenue for Park improvements; provided also that If the requirements of nny of the streets above
mentioned should be found to bo less or
greater than the sum apportioned lo mild
-itreet, tho snld sum maybe Increased or
diminished ns tntlioelraumstiiti'wsniay
seem to tho council expedient, and tbo
surplus, if auy, remaining nut of iheitii*
prnprlntlotis above Bet out, nfier snld
strooU have bi*on completed, mny bo applied to other works of permniienr. l'i-*
■inr-emeiit no!, specified bei-L'lii,at thu
iiiKcretlon of thecoimoil.
a. This by-law shall take oiled nnd
come Into foreo on the 17th day of June,
A.D., 1880.
0. This by-law, beforo the Hunt passing
thereof, Klin 11 receive the iiKS'-nt of tbo
electors of the cltyln the manner provided by the Now Westminster Act, 18S8,
and amending nets.
10. This by-law may bo cited as the
Htreet nnd Park Improvement Debenture
By-Law, 1880.
By-law read a first time on the Oth day
of Moy, 1880.
Water Works Debenture By-Law.
A By-Law to provide for tho
issue of Wnter Works Debentures*
WHEREAS BY THE "NEW
Westminster Act, 1888," an act
of the legislature of British Columbia,
pasBed in the fifty-first year of the reign
of Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, and
chaptered forty-two relating to the corporation of tho City of New Westminster, it is among other things provided
that the council of the corporation of
tlio said city may, subject to the provisions of the said act, pass by-laws for
constructing water works, and providing
for the expenditure thereof.
And Whereas it is expedient that
the council should provide for the construction of water works for the supplying of water to the inhabitants of
tho said city.
And Whereas, in order to carry into
effect the said proposed construction, it
will he necessary to issue debentures of
the said corporation for a sum of money
nob exceeding two hundred thousand
dollars.
And Whkbeas, for the payment of
the said debentures, sinking fund and
interest, it will require the sum of
$14,000 to be raised annually by special
rato in oach year.
And Whereas the amount of tho
wholo rateable property of tho said city
according to the last revised assessment
roll iB the sum of $2,510,245.
And Whereas tho total amount of
the existing debt of the oity ia the sum
of §155,500, irrespective of tho sum of
$85,000 proposed to bo borrowed under
authority of tho Streets and Park Improvement Debenture By-law, whioh
by-law ia to be submitted to a vote of
the electors of the city concurrently
with this by-law.
Therefore, tho corporation of the
City of   New Westminster enacts
follows:-—
1, Itaball tie lawful for the mayor to
raise by way of loan from any person or
persons, body or bodies corporate, who
may be willing to advance the same upon
the credit of the debentures hereinafter
mentioned, a Bum of money not exceeding
In the whole the sum of two hundred
thousand dollars.
li, itshall bo lawful for tho mayor to
causo nny number of debentures to be
mado for such sums of money as may be
required, butnot for less than one hundred
dollars each, suoh debentures to bo sealed
With the seal of the corporation, and
signed by tbe mayor and counter-signed
by the treasurer thereof.     ...
8, Thesaid debentures shall be made
By-law read a second time on the Oth day
of May, 1889.
NOTIOB.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE
is a true copy of the proposed Bylaw which will be taken into consideration by the Municipal Council of tho
City of.New Westminster after one
month irom the first publication thereof
in tlie British Columbian newspaper,
whleh publication took place on tbo 15th
day of May, 1880, and that a voto of
the electors of the eity will bo taken on
said proposed By-law at the New City
Hall, Market Square, in said city on the
13th day of June, 1881), betweon
the hours of 0 o'clock a.m. and 5 o'clock
p.m. D. ROBSON,
City Clerk.
payable ln ilfty yoars at fnrtlieat from tbo
day on whieh this by-law takes eirect,
either fn sterling money of Great Britain,
or ln the currency of this province, or the
country whore the same may respectively
bo made payable, which may be ln any
place or placeB authorized by tho said act
aslnay be agreed upon between tho purchaser or purchasers thereof, and the
nu-.yor.and thesaid debonturesshall have
attached to them coupons for the payment of Interest,
4. Tho said debentures shall bear interest at tho rato of five per centum per
annum from the date thereof, whieh interest shnll bn payable half yearly on the
first days of January and July in ench
and every year.
5. Forthe purpose of formlngaslnklng
fund for the payment of the Baid deben*-
MRS. T. DEIGHTON,
NURSE,
1UKES THIS OPPORTUNITY ol 10111116
lhe public know lhat she Is now ut
homo, und respectfully solicits u share ot
tlio public patronage. RusiliE-loE-near
Douglas St., on II. Elliott's premises. Now
West-muster. *sj«7ml_.
W. O. LOYE,
Fashionable M ui Shot Ufa
lt-l>-.l-lng Neatly Oone. Cork Bole
Work * Specialty.
-arorders promptly attended to.
cl.rk.ou St., ln-enrol Oolonial Ho-
u,l,noxttoBandBros.'offlce. dnolto
FAgglOIffl WT-X.
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JEMffttf'i
(Latk ok Englamd)
Cornor of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
■arSatlBfaotlou guaranteed.    dwfe7to
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STIIEET,
New Westminster, B.C.
M-Satisfaction guaranteed,      daplMo
VANCOUVER CITY
FoundryiMachineWorks
THE PROPRIETORS OF , THERE
works have much pleasure In notifying their friends and the public that they
are now prepared to receive and promptly
execute any orders for work in tlielr Hue
with which theymay be favored.
A.IHcKELVIi;,
Mechanical Manager.
Vaucouver, B.C., 8th May, 1888.
dwmyiate	
tares nnd the Interest thereon on cm
annuiilspcetal rule of &>*; mills in the doi i
shall be levied nnd collected in adiiitl
to all other rates In ench year upon all tho
rateable property In tho said city during
the currency of the said debentures or any
of them.
0. All monies arising from the satd rate
beyond tbe amount required for tho payment of Interest upon l he said debentures
may be Invested In ench year as thecotin-
oll of tho said corporation may direct, for
the purpose of creating a sinking fund for
the redemption of the said debentures as
tbey respectively become due, without
prejudice to any of the powers con-erred
upon the said council by the said net,
7. This bylaw shall tiilto effect on the
17th dayof Juno lu the year of (Htr Lord
ono thousand eight, hundr*"- " ■' '■-•■•-•
nine.
... This by-law, before tho final passlnst
thereof.shall receive the assent of the
electors of the oity lu the manner provided by tho New Westminster Act, 1883, und
amending nets. 	
J). This by-law may bo nltcd ns the
% ater Works Debenture Uy-I-aw, 1B89.
By-law rnml a first time on the Ilth day
of Mnrch', HWI. .    ■
By-law rend a si>i*oi,>i time on the Ilth
d:.y of March, IfiSD,
xo-rxaxi.
mAKE NOTIOE THAT THE ABOVE
1. ia a truo copy nf tlm propo*cd By*
law whicli will he tal-eu into consideration by the Municipal Council of tho City
of New Westminster iaf mr one month from
the first publication thereof iu the Uiut-
wu Columbian newspaper, which tlrst
publication took place ou the liilh day
of May, 1SS0, und that a voto of the
Electors of the City will betaken on said
proposed By-law at the New City Hall,
Market Square, in said city, on the l'ltll
day of Jnne, 1880, botween the
hours of 9 o'clock a.m. anil 5 o'clock p.m.
D.  ROBSON.
City Clerk.
THE WESTMINSTER
JOHN 8, COX, Prop.
PoultryYards
Light Brahnna*
Partridge ooohhlni-
Plymonth Hoc ltf.
White flue ni'kSpanish
White Crested. Black  and Golden
Poland*.
Houdansi     8tlvcr-*ieno!IUd   Ham-
burgs*
Blank, Bed and Pitt Games*
Toulouse Geese.     Huueii Dnoks*
My Yards are open for Inspection.
dwmbSte       	
C. E. WOODS
Uhd Sum.'!.
A. C. GAMBLE
NoTirn Pusuo,
FREE-HAND
Crayon, Wnter Color •» Pastille Portraits
•I Bt. Paul Prices.
INSTRUCTION GIVEN IN DRAWING
1 andPalntingaccordlngtothebestEu-
ropenn methods,
MISS LINNIE LEWIS.
Studio Cor. Royal Avenue A Mary Ht.
Orders for portraits taken atD. Lyal A
Co.'s and at Studio. dapiaml
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
QAWMILI. OWNERS, LOGGERS, nnd
O others nre notified that our steel
Tug-boat,
"-rapia."
Will be rendy for work nbout the Uth Inst,,
and we are prepared to enter Into contracts for all kinds of towing, lightering, Ae.
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
dmyStc Vancouver, B. C.
Win. A. Dashwood-Jo&es
FRESH CALIFORNIA AH0 LOCAL
Frnits & VegetaMes
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
dJeZlto
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANCFACTtRERa OF
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON
■W-A.K, 3D.
WEBSTER'* BLOCK (UP-STAIKS),
Frost Street, * New Westminster,
ttaving jost opened in the
XX nbove line, wc respectfully solicit a
share of the trade, and trust by careful
attention to orders and moderate charges
to merit the same. Experienced workmen; satisfaction guaranteed.
Estimates furnished for Galvanised Iron
Cornice, Roofing, Plumbing, Gas-fitting,
Htenm and Hot Water Heating, Ae.
etW Entrance to premises on Mary St.,
In rear of Bank of tf. C. dwmhtHo
Coal, Wood - Bark
rilHE tNTTtKT*r'TnNED  KEEPS  CON-
J.   stamly In --luck the
BEST WELLINGTON GOAL
—ALSO—
Wood and Bark,
Wilton   ho will   soil   nt tbe LOWEST
RATES and deliver promptly.
tiTL Orders left at tlie stores of Mr. McColl and Mr. McDonough will receive
attention.
TEAM* FOR HIRE. Stables, comer of
Douglas and Columbia Btreets.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
Now Wost., Ii. 0„ Nov. 22,18S8-   ilnt>21l«
TO SMOKERS!
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
.^.MAINLAND.
HThey are not only made of the
Choicest Tobacco bnt tbey are of
Home Manufnctiire. and should be
patronized by all good citizens,
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HOLBROOK BUILDINO,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER*
dwl7noly
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Late Partner of John McVlcker)
MINING ENGINEER, U.S. A PROVINCIAL SURVEYOR, A ASSAYI1R.
Masonic- Tkmple Blook, Vancouver,
Brit. Col.
aarReliablo reports, underground surveys and maps of mines executed at low
rates.   Assay:- made on nil kinds of minerals, gold and silver bars.  Thirty years'
experience ln mining ln Asia, Europe
and United States of America.  Speaks
ten languages.  Assays from a distance
promptly uttended lo.   AddreBS Vancouver, tf, O. dde!7te
CIVIC JIOTICE.
PERSONS INTENDING TO ERECT
Building or Fences within tbe City
limits will be fumi-bed with proper slreet
Hues on application to the Council, or to
the Board uf Works. Applications must
belu writing,
B J. a. JAQUES,
Chairman Boani of Works.
New West., May 8,1881). dmyBml
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
isroTiaB.
LOBENZO LERTOBA, Deceased.
A LL PERSONS   having any  claims
A against the estate of Lorenzo Lertora,
formerly of the Fountain, near Lillooet,
deceasod, are hereby required to send In
tho particulars of tbelr claims to Gillio
PlAamo, of  Happy Valley, Metebosln
I)lHtrler,ortoNicoL*BoNiNi,-of the Fountain, Llllooct, tbe Executors of the will of
the will of tho said deceased, on or before
the 1st day of July next.
Dated .Kith April, 1880.
dwmyiml GILLIO PIAGGIO.
LAND SURVEYORS,
fteaJ Estate, burarancci, Finanoi&l Agents
AND CONVEYANCERS.
■A.a-6-jsrTB IDB
FIRB.-The Western ol Toronto.Tlifi MU
nit, The City of London, and Th. Hart.
UFIV-The New York Life Insurance Co..
ACCIDENT-Tne Travellers'ol Hartford
Land Surveying In nil Its branches nc-
enrntoly and nromplly oarried out
City and Inbnrban Land, far Sal..
Wo ean show ft complote ll.t of desirable
locnlllles.
Farming Land., Improved and unlm*
pmvoi.tbroUBhoulthodlBlrlo-.
Mining and oth.r .took bought and
sold, .   .
Honey to Loan on first mortunne at.
low rates. 	
Tri.kpiionk Call No. S3.
P. 0. Dbawto W.
WOODS, TDRXIK* aAMBlR,
OHIll, EtUSS'l BUM,    •    COUIMIA 8TKIT
NBW WESTMINSTER.
dmhMto
[RlMOVtD FROM 8SMMH TO VlOTORM]
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,
dmbSOmO VICTORIA, a O.
VICTOBIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 1W8.
M. R. SMITH A CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment to Her
Majesty's Roynl Navy, lhe Dominion Government. Ae.
Medal and Diploma awarded at Iho Colonial mid Indian Exhibition, London, ISSS.
KAOTORY-Nliwara St., .lames Bay,
0FFI0EB-67 Fort St., Victoria, II. 0.
daptr-u)
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—AU30—
A WELL-SELECTED STOOK OF
DRYGOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE  LOWEST PRICES.
LUNDBOHM'S BLOCK*,
Coin m din Slreet,        Kew Wed minster.
noldwly
aVciu Westmimter Suburban Lot No. 15,
Block X.
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Tltlo lo the above mentioned Lot
will be Issued to Henry Elliott on the 10th
day of June, 1889, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto bo made to the
undersigned, In writing, by some person
claiming an estate or Interest ln said Lot
ur soum part thereof.
It. W, ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, 7th March, 18SD,
mh7d$m
J. W. WINGER
DEALER IN
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notice nnd at Reasonable Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always ln Stoek.
Orders left ot tho C. P. N. Wharf will bo
promptly delivered.
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
DARTER'S
Temple of Music I
Is the Placo to Buy Flrst-Claas
PIANOS *™ ORGANS
At fitieh Prices and Terms as will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For prices and terms, apply to CARTER'S TEMPLE OF MUSIO,
Vancouver, B. ۥ
230 Hastings St. West. daplOto
North British and
Mercantile
■FIRE
INSURME
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
Capital,   •   114,600,000.00
OP LONDON.
capital,   *   to-ran-ooo-oo
RATES AR   MW  AS   ANY OTHER
COMPANIES DOINO BUSINESS
IN ntllTIStl COLUMBIA.
T. O*. J-A.QTTBS
Agent, tor Kew Wostminstor Oity
and Distriot.        »ic22to
SAAM JILLS!
BRACKMAN & KER,
HAXUFACTU11ERS OF
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
ff-T ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
Mills at Norlh Snanlcb,
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE: Tlclorlo.
IL
aiuS
830-332 CORDOVA STREET,
VANCOUVER. B.V.
Importers and Dealers in
M.ach...'MIEY
ok am, DKsdHrrionfe.
MARINE WORK"! SPECIALTY.
ilwde-qln
Oanadian Pacific Eailway,
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
QAUTION.
OWNERS AND MASTER*- OK VJ3S-
m-IsiiihI other Draft nnvlKnllug the
l-'uiKi-r River arc miutloucd to heen within
the ituoys painted lint ii"d Whit-*, re-
Kpeetlvely.at lhe Mission Bridge, a*i during the construction of tbo Bridge, navigation betweon the bunks of the River
and the Buoys Is dangerous, owing to plies
being driven thore, .nnr_-~
H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent.
Vanoouver, a 0„ 7th May, 1880. dmySto
Education Branch of the
Provincial secretary's Dkp't,
Victoria, May 7th, 1880.
XTOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
j\ the Annunl Examination of candidates for eortlfloales of qualtfli-ntlnn to
teach in tho Publio Schools of the Provlnoe will bo held as follows, commencing
on Monday. Jaly Mb, at 10 a. m.i
in Victoria Legislative Hall.
In Kamloops...Publio School Building.
Eaeh applicant must forward n uotlce
thirty days beforo the Examination, stilting the class nnd grade of certificate for
which he wilt be a candidate, and the
place at which he will attend.
S. D. POPE,
dmylOni! Superintendent of Education.
Dominion^ Lands.
SB* VOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
rating Land, or buying Fnrm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay in 80RIF nnd savo i
large discount.
Serin oan be obtained In large or email
quantities from
ALLOWAY k CHAMPION
B_A.__-_.ZBB_.
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OH FROM
THK BANK OF BKITIBH COIiVHBU,
NEW WESTMINSTEB
dwmhSto	
NOTICE
8 HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE
applied to the Hon. tbe Minister of
Lands und Works for a license to cut und
remove timber from the following described lands situated on Deep Cove of
Nortii Arm of Burrard Inlet, in Group I,
New Westminster Distriot:
Commencing at a post set 20 chains west
from Deep Cove, west 140 chains, thence
north 85 chains, tlience oast 1)8 ohnliiH,
thence south'O chains, thenee norlli-i-tiHl
tit.% deg., 16.50 chains, thenco sonth 4(1
ehalns lo point of commencement.
W. H- H1GUIN.S.
New West., B. C, 10th May, 18811.     dml
NOTICE,
SITTINOI-J OF THE COUNTY COURT
of Cariboo will bo hold at—
Llllooet Thursday...'.»!irdMay1l8Hii.
Clinton. Saturday,.. 8th June, "
130* Ml to House-Thursday ...27th    "     "
Soda Creek Hatiuday ...28th   "     "
Ouesnellem'th ...Tuesday and July, "
Richlleld Friday Sth   "     "
By Command,
JNO. BOBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
24th April, 1880. dapLDtnl
-EXIG-XX SCHOOL
Entrance Examination
THE SEMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION
of applicants for entrnnre tn High
School will commence in tbe Central
School, New Westminster, ou
Monday, Nay STth, at 1 P. M.
Candidates must be punettiai.
S. D. POPE,
Superintendent of Education,
Victoria, Mar 6,1880. dmyfltd
WM. H. VIANEN,
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
t_T Highest Price paid for Furs and
Doer Hides,
Correspondence invited. na-Telephone
Call No. 6. djasto
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot or Douglas Street, Near
Columbia street.
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
F1
RESH   BREAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc.
Hotol and Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders promptly attended to and
delivered to nny part of tho city.   dmli28y
B. C. Monument;
Ccn. Ccuimsm tm Ciiu'.-h Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
i-taml., Hd-tai Mel., Etc.,
In Marble or Granite of Best Quality.
CORNER     POSTS     AND    CURBING.
N. B—Just received—ibe finest ass-ni---
iii,-nt nf -"-'iiii-lt ('rat-it** I'-mitinrnltt I-" r
hwhiii n British Columbia, which will In'
sold m prices putting competition out of
thi-ntioHiion.
dwmh2iyl ALEX. HAMILTON PrCP.
TIME    CARD.
O. E».   Iff.  OO.
The Fino First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Leave the C. P. N. Co.'s Wharf,
*ffl *V *B3 B "3T
Tuesday,Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AHD WAV PORTS.
'{(Iiiniinj." Evory
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufllelent IntiiiRoment offers sho
Will proceed to IB'IM*'. and nn such
occasions will leave her whnrf
at 4 a.m.
JOHN IRVING, Manngor.
T. L. BRIGGS. Agent,
New Westminster, dnpflto
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Rwrlr opposite tbe Colonlkl Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THB LARGEST AND  OHOICKST
assortment ol .11 description, oi
MEATS AND VE0ETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam.
lilea, Restaurants, snd Stwrnlxat. »tth>
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Time Table!
__■&_£& THE STEAMEIt
ilMROBERT DUNSMUIR
I EAVES WESTMINSTER every Mon*
i day morning nt 7 o'clock for Nnnul*
mo, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
Leaves Westminster every Wednesday
at 7 it. m. for Nnnaimo direct, 'onncellim
with Island railway and Comox ntoaincr.
Leaves Nanaimo for Vnncouvor on
Thursdays and FritlnyBand returns same
days,
Lenves Nanaimo on Batlmlay at 7 a, m.
for Westminster direct.
For frelRbt or passage apply on board,
or to T. L. Bitioos, C. P. N. wharf,     dto
THE ATTRACTION
Of Columbia Street
 IS—
JAS. ROUSSEAU'S
GREAT CLEARING SALE
GOOD-FITTING BOOTS AND SHOES CONTRIBUTE
much to the health and comfort of every home. Therefore,
everybody ought to know that JAS. ROUSSEAU'S is decidedly the
cheapest place in New Westminster where the people of this District can purchase the best Boots and Shoes at the cheapest
prices.
I will allow io per cent, discount on all cash purchases to
the general public for the next sixty days, to make room for a
LARGE SPRING STOCK now en route.
REMEMBER,—if you want genuine good Boots and Shoes
the proper place to purchase them is at
VIOTOHIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C.,
OFFER FOIt SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, *c.
Rice Meal,
Jas. Rousseau's,
81 Col-u.aa.-bia Street.
Custom Work promptly attended to. dwto
C. McDONOUGH,
(LDNTBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
•D-PIATiTIB   IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, Uroccrics,  Boots A Shoes, Hats A Cups,
Crockery, Glassware, Ac.
Masr's   __,   boys'    btjits.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and  GENERAL STORES.
ti. B.—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission. treTuOrden
from the Interior promptly attended to. dwJeStc
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
UND & IMESTHEST AGEMJT, M.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUVLER A.  HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ IS Serjeants Inn Fleet SI. - LONDON, ENG.
The Bnstneaa ot ALLSOF k MASON haa been merged In tho above Compuy
and will be oarried on by the Company from thia date as a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agenqr.
MONET TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Ratea, Town Loti and Farming
Lands for Sale on easy terms.
Viotoria a C, May 16th, 1887. dwJe7to
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"C-.lortalssow.aad.ptrfto-lilUMntliai I Ctoria onres Oolle, Oe-oatlpatlo-i,
UficwOifti-td8i,firooUp,I*I.Y.   I withoutmitiriouime4loatloiL
Tub Centaur Ookpaky, 77 Murray Btreet, N. T.
M.A.McRAE
merchant I ail or
BEAUTIFUL RANGE OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Check
fop. 8prin8 and summer.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Columbia St.,  • New Wesimiksier.
dwmn28te
Mainland Her
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW TRE-
TARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AKD SIN6LE RIGS
At Special Low Rates.
Dri-in* ud AU M tt Teaming
Done at Shortest Notice.
Drr rowlwoo-l delivered to any part of
tho City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
nttentlon. „ „ .  „
oarstables nearly opposite C.P.R.Depot, Columbia Bt.NowWostmlnBtcr.
djallte      GILLEY BROS. -?»"*•
W. ELSON,
Merchant Tailor,
PORT MOODY, B. C.
Mr. Elson will be at the Colonial Hotel
the flrat Wednesday in eaoh month ror
the purpose of taking orders,    dwjastto
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
1 Old Dboad St. and 18 Pall Mau,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES ts OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stook,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dook, and the
Cargoes oi suoh Vessels; also, Ships linild-
ing and repairing, Barge, and other Va.
sets on navigable rivers and canals, and
Gooda on board suoh Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland ud ia Foreign
Countries,
FROH LOSS OR BAMA6K II FIM.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 8TG*.
Rates of Premium snd every Informs.
tion ran he obtained on application to
W. S. ABMSTROHfi,
Agent for New Westminster.
FOR OATTLE FEED.
dmhSSmO
To k Fruuoop Cal.,
Feed,LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
■p*E017*aiBlTOR.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING H0RSE8
for Hire. Hack*, call at all BUmmers
nnd Trains. Speoial attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may be left at the Oflice of Mathers A Mllllgiui,Commission Merchants,
Front Street, new West. dse21to
BY WAY OP THB
THE ML SHASTA ROUTE.
QUIOKERIN TIME THAN ANT OTHER
ROUTE BETWEEN
ftiMukttlhi tauta.
0MHD SGENIG *0IITC0F_ THE PACIFIO MMT
PULLMAN   BUFFET 8LIEPIRI
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation ot Beoond-Claas Passengers, attached to Express Trains.
Faro from Fortland to Sacramento and
San Francisco-Unlimited, 135; Flrst-
class (Limited), •»! Bwond-olaas (Lt-
mlliHt), lift.
THROUGH TICKETS to all points South
nud East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES:
City office, No, IH Cor, First * Ald.l
Streets;
Dei-ot Office, Cor. F A Front Street.;
Portland, Oregon.
R.KOEHLER,      E. P. ROGERS,
Manner.      Asit,G,F. AP.AW Xhutj) British Columbian
Tliandar Evening, May 33, 1189.
A0VERT1SIK0 RATES FQI THE DAILY.
Traitslrnt Ailvertlsemrnts.—First ItiBer-
tlon, lui-is. per line solid uouparell; uut-h
»ul)8*H,nQ*itcouseoUtlvelnsBrtfon,8ou. per
Hue. Advertisements not Inserted evety
day—Orst Insertion, HI cm. pnr llue* snbse*
'■.lout iuserlions, Ii t-.ts. per line.
Miiiidln** Atlvt-rHMKiiients.—Professional or Buaiiiess Cards—*£ per month. Spe-
nhil rates for general trade iidvr'iilsiii;:,
aoeordlug to space occupied and duration
uf-!iitit'lt«L
Aiiotlun -"air*, wlieiidltij-liiyf.-d.ehiirgt-d
'■■*i -ter cent. los-- tuna tmnsleiil inlvis, If
»i,i id, oharged at regular transient rates.
s*.*-*-luI NoIIci-h among rending matter,
in tits, per line ench Insertion, Special*-
insert*'-! by tlie month ut reduced rates.
Hlrlhs, ■vian-luriifr-tiiid D'-hHik,*}! loruacli
insertion: Kim'-ml Ni-tiees lu counet-tlou
with deaths,50 cis. (melt lusertion.
WEEKLY ABVE.UtS.WE RATES.
Tranilvnl Ad ver AsciiwiiiIh.-I'-It!-; lusertion, 10cts. per lino s-dld unnpnrelli sub-
sei-iient Inserttous, 7 ots. pur llne.
Mtau-iiu-- ArtverilsemttniA.—Professional or Buslnes.-i (.'!iiiU-?I.."»0 per month.
Special rules for general tradeadvortiHin-*.
Special Niiltec-N, Births, Manlages and
Deaths, same rates ns Dally.
Cuts must be all pietn.l,iiud JorlurgooutB
an extra rate "111 Iil- aliargotl,
■arPersoiir. sttniliiiK ln iidvmliKoiueuts
should bo carefnl to stiilo Whether tliey
are lo appear In tlm Dally Edition, *>r the
Weekly, or both. A libcrut reduction Is
made when Inserted in both. Noudvur*
tlsemont Inserted for less than SI.
SUBSCRIBERS
Who do not receive their paper regularly,
from the Carriers or   through  the Post
Office, will ooiiter n fuvor by report Ing tho
same to the otllce of publ leatlon at once.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Koticc L. Viitikoughnct
Machinery F, 0. Strickland & Co
Groceries k Provision.* J. W.Rae
Strawberries and Cream nt tlio
"Club." *,
All the fashionable iced beverages, at
the "Hub," next the "Queen's."   #
F. A. Munson, barrister, of Coburg,
Ont, cited suddenly at Calgary Tuesday.
RubsoU'b Restaurant, opposite the
Amoricnn Hotel, open day and
night. a9ra3*
F. G. Strickland & Co. have a now
adv.to-day in their usual place on the
2nd page.
Tlio artillery and riilos parado tonight for batallion drill. Evory mnn
should be present.
Tho str. Irving loft for Chilliwack
this morning with 40 passengers and a
full load of freight.
200 lots on the Tliorne road, from
$65 upwards at §10 per month.-W.
Reidt, Front street. *
Miss Peebles hns Fringes, Cords,
Daisy Balls; Materials for nil kinds of
Needlework; Wools. *
Salmon nro getting scarcer every dny
and the fishermen do not hesitate to
complain of their luck.
To-morrow boing tho Queen's birthday, and a statutory holiday, thero will
bo no issue of Tub Columbian.
Lots in sub. Lot G, B. XII, Dublin
and London streeta- $100 and §125,
on easy terms.—Woods, Turner tfc
Gamble *tc
North Aim Road Lute, from $100;
Sapperton, §150; and Brownsville Acre
Lota at ^100, on easv terms, at W. J.
Walker & Co's. *
If a sutticient number of men can bo
got together to-morrow, a feu dejoiein
honor of Her Majesty will he ilred by
the Westminster Rifles.
The str. Rithet left for Victoria this
morning with 50 passengers, 03 head of
cattle, 20,000 feet of lumber mid a
quantity of farm produce.
Look out for tho great Bale of lots in
the town of Seattle, at tho Mission
Bridge, on June 15th next. For particulars, apply to Wm. Reidt       *
The str. Rainbow leaves for Victoria
at 2 o'clock to-morrow morning on an
excursion trip to Victoria and returns
on Sunday. The faro for the round
trip is at a grently reduced rate.
James D. Rae, successor to D, McPhaden, advertises first-class groceries,
provisions, etc., coffues rousted and
ground on the premises, nnd fine tens
a specialty.   See adv. on 2nd page.
Like trout are much mure numerous this year than usual. They are
in great demand for local use, beiug
preferred by many to salmon, halibut
or other tish. Iu weight they run
trum five to ten lbs.
A check for the $1, awarded to Sir
W. Bostons damage in the recent libel
suit, was paid over on Monday last.
This sum judiciously invested, iu the
oourse uf time would bring in a handsome return.—Cowniat.
A verbatim nnd full account of the
proceedint-a and history of the trial,
Regina v. Langis and Sullivan, will be
issued ou Tuesday morning. Order
early; a limited number only to bo
published. To bu had at all bookstores. *t3
Alfred Terrace, wo have alwayB supposed, w;r- an inalienable portion of
the city's public pleasure grounds; but
Lo ! the poor Indian will have aahacli
erected thereon double-quick unless
thu high rid puasiant civic authorities
issue (heir hull forthwith.
A wrestling match for goDO a sido
has been arranged between Peter
Schumacher, of Seattle, and Mutsadu
Sorakichi, the Japanese wrestler. The
wrestle will tako pbtce iu Seattle insidu
of six weeks. Tlie principals will soon
begin training for the event.
Kamloops is determined to have tho
finest athletic and sporting grounds in
the province. A payillion 10x80 feet
is to be erected, to which is to bo attached a dining hull, 34x11. An
effort is being made to get up a monitor celebration for thu 1st of July.
The morning paper deals with the
news of yesterday, and work on it is
begun after most of the day's business
is over. The evening paper, however,
deals with events as thoy happen. It
is the paper of to-day, and tells of what
is going on forthe day.—World, K'roct
again.
Stook ranch, on Pitt River, for $3,-
500; wtirth at present ; rates $6,000;
270 acres land with improvement; 136
■ores high bush land, rest prairie.
Must be sold immediately; a rare
chance fo-.< anyone with the cash; double
?our money in 12 months.   Apply to
'. J. Trapp. *
Remember that on Saturday night
the 25th inst., the balance of a carload of Furniture will be sold in the
Oddfellows'Blook; also a large lot of
new Stamped Goods, Tinware and
Wooden-ware, with one Piano and ono
Hall's safe.   Salo at 7.30 sharp.
T. J. Teapp, auctioneer.*
At ft meeting of the stook holders of
the Bellingham Bay Railway & Navi
{•ation Co., held tho other day, the fol-
owing officers were elected for 1880:
Directors: Eugene Canliold, 8. Baxter, John H. McGraw, W. R. Foreat,
Frank H. Richards, M. Muir Picken
and Robert Canfield. President, Eugene Oanfield; vice-president, S. Baxter; treasurer, J. H. MoGntw; secretary, W. IL Forest.
The Wolcott left Port Townsend on
Monday for a tour of the islands. It
is understood that a number of Chinamen, and over a hundred pounds of
opium, left Victoria in a sloop Sunday,
and it is supposed an attempt will be
made to land them on one of the
islands.
On Sunday niglit a seafearing man
created a disturbance in the Salvation
Army barracks and defied Officer Abel
to put him out The oflicer went for
assistance, but when ho returned with
two other officers, tho salvation people
objected to having tho man oxpelled.
Officer Abel feels indignant at first be*.
ing called to eject tbe disturber, and
then told that his services wero not required aftor he had taken the trouble
to seek assistance--CWom'st.
A Nortii Arm correspondent of the
Vancouver World has the following,
among other paragraphs; "The Fairy
Queen, tho neat little steamer which
plies daily between here and Westminster, is working n lively trade
under the excellent management of
the ever courteous, punctual and obliging Capt C. S. Young. Vancouver
will have to look out for her laurels, or
sho will lmve lost n valuable custom
which neither bridges nor market sites
can recall. The quostion iB naked : Is
Vancouver doad or merely asleep over
this topic 'I   Which is it, Mr. Editor 1"
A !■*■■*; t'ri-A-'ii.
At the Brunette Saw Mills tliis afternoon a man named N, Scrople, em*
ployed as n lumber aortor, had his leg
broken. He was piling lumher, when
the pile fell over und boforo he could
get clear somo of the falling timbers
knocked him down, fracturing, tho
bono of tho right log. Scrople was
immediately removed to his boarding
house, and Dr. Cooper was sent for
ami soon arrived uud set tho bone.
The injured man, at last reports, wab
doing nicely.
      * » »	
lllid at Ibe Hospital.
Job. Rig-ley, of Sumas, a native of
Chicago, Ul., died at the Royal Columbian Hospital on Tuesday, and waa
buried yesterday in the Roman Catholic
cemetery. The deceased, who was a
printer by trade, and aged only 04
years, had been staying for about a
year with his brother, who is n farmer
at Sumaa, and who came down to attend the funeral ■ yesterday. The
young man was a victim of consumption
and had only been in the hospital
since Saturday.
An Enjoyable Dim vc.
The final dance of the season wat;
given by the Westminstor Assembly
Inst night in Herring's opera houae.
About 75 cuuplos woro present, u number of whom were from Vancouver,
though the terminal city cotitjgent was
not so large us expected. Tho oporu
houso was most handsomely and tastefully draped and decorated, the committee having charge of this part <jf
the arrangements having done ita dmty
in a manner leaving no room for criticism. The supper wns tliu best over
given at a ball in Westminstor, and
thia was entirely due to tho ladtes who
formed themselves into a supper committee and worked enthusiastically for
the success that attended their* efforts.
The music was excellont. Dancing
was kept up till 3 a.m., when this most
enjoyable dance was brought to a
close.
Anxious to Immigrate.
Mr. John Jessop, immigration agent,
says the Colonist, has just received a
lengthy letter from a young lady in
England, who is very anxious to come
to "America;" nnd gives the immigration office thu following particulars of
her case. Sho Bays that Bhe is 25 years
of age; live feet, Bevon inches in height;
perfectly "elthy" nnd "tolerably good
looking." Having been recommended
to go to Amurica, she wrote to Mr.
Jes3up asking him to kindly get her a
situation before she started, nnd to
notify her by return mail where to
come. She would prefer to settle
down in Junesville, Wis., if agreeable;
but would waive the point if it was not
agreeable to tho immigration office.
Sho concludes her letter to Mr. JesBop
wi'h thB request that he will at once
send the money for her passage out to
an address which she encloses, and the
hope that he will look after her when,
she gets to this country. She will bu
ready to start on the Oth of Juno and
oxpectB to find a good situation awaiting her here.
School CliUtl reia's Prize.
Somo time ago the Montreal Witness
offered prizes for the best original
stories by school children from all
parts of tho Dominion, classifying
them as. Dominion, provincial and
county pri/es. In the issue of that
journal of May 1st, it is noticed that
the first judges' roport has been handed
in. Papors aro sent from Caribou,
Lillooet, Yale, Vancouver and New
Westminster in the province. The
choice from Britinh Columbia is between u paper from Yalo, one from
New Westminster, and one from Cariboo, All three uro said to be good
and of almoat equal merit in every respect Thoy are strongly characteristic
of tho country and have a dash of west*
ern humor about them whioh is vory
interesting. Tho one from Yule, which
gots the preference, was written by
MiiB Ella Ladner, daughter of Rev. 0,
Ladner, of Kamloops. According to
the terms governing the distribution,
Miss Ladner will be entitled to tho
provincial and county prizes, which
are a completo Bet of Parkman's works
and Mucaulay's essays, respectively.
INr. Duncan nnd Ills Indians.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'j Gloria
A private letter from British Columbia says a difficulty has brokon out
between Rev. Mr. Duncan, the Metla*
kahtla missionary*, and his Indian proteges. When Mr. Duncan migrated
from Metlakahtla to Alaska his representatives from Alaska urged the Indian peoplo to come, regardless of
losses, and they promised each family
migrating a culdomom, meaning n
"bucketful of money." This spring
the culdomom. wns demanded publicly
and refused. The council disbanded
and the property guarantee formerly
required of families travelling was discontinued. Tho causo of tho agitation
was that fermting hnd been discountenanced. Mr. Duncan gave a feast and
delivered n.n oration, and was successful in effecting a reconciliation. Threo
hundred people had arrived previously
in Chester-, nnd several loaded canoes
are expect ed to remain in Canada.
Forty persons returned to Metlakahtla; four families promised to follow,
and otho.*s went to Alaska, where there
are 35 children in the Sitka school,
A permr.nent Indian house has been
erected at Chenter.—Otta itu Free Press, <
Beard ef Trade.
Tho regular quarterly meeting of the
board of trade was held in the board
rooms last night, president Hendry in
the chair.
The committee apointed to examine
the new chart of the river channel reported that after considering the matter and hearing evidence it had found
the chart extremely unsatisfactory.
The channel as shown by tho chart in*
Bide of No. 4 buoy was so tortuous
that few shippers would cure to ven*
ture through it, whereas, as a matter
of fact the channel at that point is almost straight, with plenty of water.
At the entrance to Woodward slough
tho chart shows 7 and 8 feet of water,
which, with 14 feot added for high
tido, would give a depth of 22 feet.
Recent soundings at this point show
27 feet The chart from tho river
mouth to Tilbury island is taken from
soundings made in 1886, and from Tilbury island to Westminstor the chart
is compiled from soundings taken 21
years ngo. In view of (he inaccurate
nnd misleading character of the chart,
thu committee requested the minister
to have it correctod before sending it
out, or to withdraw it altogether.
* The secretary-treasurer presented a
financial statument showing on hand a
cash balance of  £478.
A communication was read from
Col. McGregor, inclosing copy oft a
resolution passed by a public meeting
on the fishermen's grievance, and ask*
ing the board to endorse the resolution.
After full discussion it wub decided to
appoint a committee consisting of M.
Sinclair, W. Wolfenden and D. Rob-
eon to enquire into the mattor and report as soon as possible to a special
council meeting.
The president, Mr. Hendry, tendered
his resignation, assigning as a reason
his numerous other engagements. The
meeting passed a resolution earnestly
requesting him to withdraw his resignation in the interest of the board, to
which he finally consented.
Messrs. G. D. Brymner and J. G.
Jaques were elected members of the
board.
A vote thanks was passed to the
council of the board for the able and
satisfactory manner in which business
had been conducted during tbe quarter.
Uiinlrd to Die.
Old man Sims wanted to die. He
hud lived three score years, and was
willing to forego tho other ten. Life
had been pleasant, very pleasant, but
ho had accomplished all he cared for
and was content to die. Some men
struggle for fame, obtain it aud then
make life nn additional burden by
striving for something higher yet. Not
so with old man Sims. He yearned
to build a flat bottom, stern wheel
steamer, and then snub up for eternity
under the lee bank of paradise. The opportunity citme, nnd he embraced it.
Capt. Insley wanted a steamer built,
and old man Sims went to work on it.
He never lost a day till the last nail
had been driven, aud the blocks had
been knocked away and the steamer
launched gracefully on the wave. Thon
old man Kims was satisfied and he prepared to make his final mooring. The
inner man had to be got iu a tit state of
readiness for the long voyage, and old
man Sims knew how to prepare it.
Large quantities of V.O. whisky were
stowed under hatches, so large in fact
that the staunch old man seemed likely
to settle and go down by the head.
But no suoh calamity happened, the
old man proving himself more buoyant
than he acted. All being in readiness,
old man Sims took his bearings and
sailed up Mary street, muking a few
unnecessary tnckingBand once or twice
running foul of the school yard fence,
but without damage to hull or rigging.
Arriving in the woods at the tup of
tho hill, old man Sims cast nnchor in a
pretty spot and lay down to die. Sweet
were the thoughts of the old man as
he lay there, his life's work over, and
delicious was tho rest which ho seemod
about to enter on after the weary
struggle of three score years. But
some lives are attended with bitter
pangs, to the very last, and so it was
with old man Sims. Lying with closed
eyes he listened to the musical sounds
which filled the air, und awaited calmly
the coming of the music which was to
serenade him out of this mundane
sphere. This wub peace and rest at
lust. Far in the distance old man
Sims heard low snd uncanny murmurs
of music which surely could not be of
this earth, and must, he argued, be
the advance guard of Gabriel's string
band. "Oan life end so sweetly and
pleasantly as this," he murmured,
"not a pang, not a Bting—" Yes,
there was a sting, and it struck first on
the extreme point uf the old man's
massive Gneco-Roman nose. And
then the stings alighted elsewhere, not
in onea, but by dozens, the whole accompanied by the rousing war song of
the suburban mosquitoes' choral union
club. Old man Sims was grieved, and
he expressed his feelings in language
ill-befitting a place on these pages.
He wanted a peaceful death, but here
were torments as great as the future
had prepared for him. Perhaps his
time hod uot come; perhaps he was
destined to leave another stern wheel
steamer behind him as a monument to
his greatness; perhaps so, but old man
Sims did not wait to argue the matter,
the chorus was growing louder, and he
scurried back to every day life
again, to await a more favorable opportunity.
Police court.
[Before Oapt. Pittendrigh, J, P.]
Three drunks graced the court thia
morning, looking considerably the
worse of their dissipation,
William Cameron, charged with bo*
ing drunk and incapable, pleaded
guilty, and asked clemency, he never
having beon in custody before. Fined
$3.50 or 7 days in gaol.
Frank Royal, another drunk and incapable, acknowledged to the charge.
He had not been in the city 24 hours
and was not acquainted with the aloho-
lic doses necessary to stimulate without producing drunkness. Fined $3.50
or 7 days in gaol.
Thos, Ducker faced the court with
his pretty auburn hnir standing straight
up on his head. He had been waiting
for the tido, he ssid, and got drunk in
the meantime, losing his night's work
and finding the charge of drunkeness
awaiting him this morning. Fined
$5, and cost or 14 days in gaol. Duo*
kor pleaded hard for n week to pay
the fine in, which was granted,
At Caron, a itation 1G miles west of
Mooaojsw, David Hawkes, a farmer,
while milking, was struck and hilled
by lightning. Thero wore no marks on
his body. Only the side of the face,
where it rested against the cow-, was
blackened.   The cow also was  killed.
PERSONAL.
Mrs. J. Fletcher went over to Victoria to-day.
Mra. R. B. Hemlaw returned to
Chilliwack to-day.
B. Douglas returned from Vancouver this afternoon.
L. P. Eckstein has gone over to Victoria to spend the 24th.
H. M. Stramberg went ovor to the
capital city this afternoon.
Geo. J. Troops, a partner in a large
shipping firm of Halifax, N. S., accompanied by his wife, are staying at
the Colonial.
Miss Smith, who has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. J. Fletcher, for the
past year, left for her home in Ogdon,
Utah, to-day. During her stay in
Westminster Miss Smith made a host
of friends, who all hope sho will Boon
return to the Royal oity again.
CORRESPONDENCE.
The Fishery License Question,
KoiToit Colum**].vs.— Deaii Sir : Replying to the letter of "Scientific Fisherman" hi your Monday's issue, perhaps
the inspector can "look after his business
bettor than people that don't know any*
thing about It, But the Jagittaors are
mostly thoae who do know something
abont the matter, men who havo fished
for years in the Fraser river, making the
principal part of their living by bo doing,
and are now refused a license. Surety,
such have a real grievance, and are entitled to be hoard. No doubt there are
speculators endeavoring to obtain licenses,
but these could be easily sifted out by
Mr. Inspector, Where the shoe pinches
so tight is here, the manner in which
those one hundred "outside" licenses
have been distributed. Would "Helen*
tifio Fisherman" be surprised to learn
that a tradesman in New WestminBter
has had four licenses granted to him?
Here, at all events, is one speculator; lie
is fortunate in obtaining four licenses,
Then, why shonld Mr. Vianen be given
fifteen licenses, when a fraction of that
number would be sufficient for his own
trade ? Has he not contracted for nearly
all those boats to fish for a certain cannery during the sockeye run ? Is not
this speculation ? Then, again, licenses
have been issued to Indians in preference
to white men. Up the river some thirty
or mora have been given to Indians, very
few of whom have ever had a license before. Now, "Scientific Fisherman," having taken up tbe cudgels on behalf of Mr,
Inspector, can he tell at whose instigation, or by what influence, this was accomplished ? And is it not a fact, that
lying at Mr, Inspector's office were licenses waiting to be applied for by Indians
(who might never apply) at the very
time white men were being refused? Mr,
Mowat, no doubt, has a very difficult
duty to perform, and probably gets
roundly abused by all parties; but I
think lio could have spared himself sonic*
what by using a little more discretion in
dealing out these licenses. I enclose my
card, and am Very truly yours,
'Lex."
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Tho clerk of a wholesale house,
while in tho Bank of Montreal, at
Montreal, was robbed of $3,300.
There is no olue to the robbers,
Mrs, Ferguson dropped dead at
Winnipeg Tuesday of heart disease.
The woman's husband, Jonathan Ferguson, is a tinsmith by trade, and is
at present living at Victoria, B. 0,
Mrs, Ferguson has lately been com*
pulled to support herself and two ohild*
ren, three and live years old respectively.
Senator Ryan is dying at Montreal.
He was a director of the Bank of Montreal, and is now a director of the Dominion Type Co., and of the Montreal
«& Western Land Co, limited. He
was for many years a partner in the
Quebec and Montreal firm of Ryan
Bros, & Co., but retired from business
in 1863. In the same year he was
elected bj* acclamation for the Victoria
division in the legislative counoil,
whioh he continued to represent until
confederation. He was one of the
commissioners appointed in 1805 to
proceed to tho West Indies, Mexico
and Brazil to open up trade relations
between thoso countries and Canada.
He wob called to the senate by royal
proclamation, in May, 1867. He was
an ardent liberal-conservative.
Wholesale city market.
Beef,     per ll-Olba....... 9 4 019 4 fit)
Pork           '*           7 ut) a 8 M
Mutton       '*          „  HUOQBliO
Potatoes     "           60 a    75
Cabbage     "          -.„  60S 100
Onions       "          -  100(3 150
Wheat         "          .,..-.-,.-..-.,... 1 50 9 0 (JO
Oats "  , 1 75@
Peas           "           1 60 § 2 00
Hay,       per ton  12 oo <<« is oo
Butter (r oils) per IT. .'.  0 28 Q 0 35
Cheese,             "  0 14 3 0 16
Eft**,       perdoz  0 20@     25
Cord wood (retail) percurd  S m ts 4 00
Apples, per box  80 ej 1 60
Hldcsit-i'iiiper 100 lbs  4 00C«* 6 00
"    (dry)        "        ww  COO(5 l) 00
Wool, p-ir Ib  0 0    10
When Baby wm tick, we gave her Cutoria,
When she wh a Ohild, she cried for Castoria,
When the heeme Bits, ahe clone to Cutoria,
WhnshshadChlldnB, sbagavetUm Osstori*
TJAPTIBT   OHURCH*  Agnes Ktrooi"
D East of Mary Htreet, Lord'-* Day
Services at 11 a. in. and 7 p.m. Huhlmtli
Hehool andBlble CIubh at 2:30 p. in. All
seals free; strangers cordially welcomed,
—Bev. Thou. Baldwin, pastor.
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary
Street, Bev. J. H. White, Pastor,
-ices at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m, Sunday
School and Bible Class 2:80b. in, Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at 7.80p.m, Heats
free; strangers cordially Invited.
§T. PAUL'S CHURCH* John Street,
> Opposite Orange Hall. Bev. Thomaa
addon, Pastor. Service*, every Sanday
at II a. m. and 7 p. m. Thursday evenings
at7:80 o'clock. Seats free; all are cordially Invited, Sunday School at 3:80 p. ,n.
s
IHURCH OF   RMOl-ASD.-HOLY
J TBIN1TY CHURCH; Rector, Tho
.en, Archdeacon Woods, ft. MARY'S
CHURCH: Rector,The Bishop. Services
ln both churches every day, Alt scats
free. Both churches open afi day for prl*
vato prayer.	
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
TIT C. T. U—KEGULAU MEWING
VV • every Wednesday afternoon at S
o'clock at the W. O. T. u. Headquarten,
Douglas St.  Loyal Legion In the same
elace every Friday afternoon.—Mrs. Jas,
unkinqham, President; Miss DbBeok
jBeoretaryi  	
I-1ALHOON1A *   IT.   ANDREW'S
■, J SOCIBTY.-The regular meetings of
ti t Is Association are held on the laat Tuesday of each month, at 8 o'clock p.m. All
Scotchmen are Invited to attend,-John
B on. Bee,	
A O. F--COURT LORD DUKFERIN,
A. Na 6m. The regular meetings of
(act above Court are held at the Foresters'
Hall, on the first and third Wednesday ln
each month, nt 8 p. m,—Jno. McMuRpitv,
Bonn, P.O.R.	
union Booam wo. t, a. f.
* A* M,.-Tlie rei-ilar nestings of this Lodge nre held In
.   »   . tbe Mef;onlo Temple oil tie fl.at
Wednesday In eaoh moot h- at 7K) o'olock
Fi. m, sojourning urei-hwu aie cordially
nvlted to attend.-W. O. OoATHAW, Sec.
Ai
Wednesdi
TkOARD OF TRADE. Board Room,
H Oddfellows Brlok Blook, up-stalrs
Counoil meets on the first and third Wednesday In oaoh month,at 4 p.m. Quarterly
meetings on tho 92nd of Feb., May, Aug.,
and Nov., at 7:80 p. m. New members
may be proposed and eleoted at any Quarterly meetlng.-D, RoBflON-Seo.
■eleewlegleal Beswrl far Week Ending
May 1Mb, 1889.
,     ' MAX.   MIN.   KAIN.
Sunday «o.o    .r,i.o
Monday 65.0     ft'2.0    0.0S
Tuesday (jao    02.0   0.16
Wednesday 08.0.  48,0   0.10
Thursday 66.0     52.0
Friday 01.0     -18.0
Saturday 65.0     49.0    0.11
Cloudy; showers;   sunshine.   Cherries
and strawberries [very early]; river rising.
A. Pkelk,Capt'n.
NOTICE
IS HEEEBY GIVEN THAT ALL OOM-
munleatlons ln  respect to matters
iiffeci Iiik the Department of Indian Affairs, should be addressed to the Honorable n_. Dewdney as Superlntent General
of Indian Affairs, and not ns Mlnisterof
the Interior, or to the undersigned.  All
Olllcers of the Department should address
tlielr official letters to the undersigned.
L. VANKOUGHNET,
Deputy Superlntfliident-Qenornl
of Indian Affairs.
Department of Indian Affairs,
Ottawa, Uth May, 1BS8.     dmyS-ltlft
FOB SALE.
TnE   HOUSE   ON  FRONT   STREET
lately lined uh a
Hotel and Bakery
By Albert Delbel. The oven Is ln prime
condition: two .years' lease.
Apply to G. A, KELLY,
tliny22tc McKenzie St.
Lectures on India.
MISS MCGREGOR, who has been ten
years ln India, will give Illustrated
Lectures to Church Societies, If application Is made. Subjects of Add m's:-- Manners nnd Customs of Central India; Tho
Fire-worshippers: Common Tilings ln
India; The Condition of Women.—Address Miss McGRBoon, Now Westminster, B. C. dmy2!t8
TENDERS
WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE UN*
dcrslgned up to 0 p. m.onMON-
day, 27th lust., for the
Erection of a Cottage
On Pel hum street. Plans and specifications at my office, The lowest or any
tender not necessarily nccepted.
O. W. GRANT,
dmy22IJ) Architect.
Wanted, Sliort-liantl Pupils.
TlffR T. R. DUNCAN -WISHER TO IN'-
1VX form tlie Public of New Westminster
that he Is now prepared to give lo-sous in
Hhori-haud In the latest and li st systems.
A complete course gunrant-'ed In tnree
mon lbs.
Violin also taught. Tlie teneblng of
children on t his Instrument a specialty.
Address, Drawer O, City, New W.-stminster, daplOto
W.J.ffALKER&CO.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
[Telephone No.l_.
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London and Lancashire Fire and
. Britiih Km pi re Lift Insurance
Companies.
New Westminster Building Society.
Accountant's Offlco, Diocese of N.W*
City Auditors, lS8fl, 1887 mad 188§.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN  THE BUYING
AND SKLLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRIOT,
and othor monetary transactions.
Have several good investments on their
books, and all new comers will do well to
call before doing business elsewhere,
dw9dely
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Service Bu
THE THOROUGH-BRED 8T0KE-P0GIS
JERSEY BULL,
"Governor Moody"
Will stand for sorvlce tbis senson at Pelham Dairy, New Westminster, where the
beautiful x«t of tht*- superb animal cun bo
Been and Inspected.
A fow calves for Bale,  Terms reasonable,
T. CUNNINGHAM,
RALi'U Booth, Proprietor.
Manager. dmy22tc
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JUST   RECEIVED,
Direct from Germany, by Express,
The Latest Novelties in
LADIES' JERSEYS
In New Shades and Combinations.
Nothing Like Them Ever Shown in the City
before.  Call and See them.
Ogle, Campbell & Freeman
dwtc
SILK AND FANCY FLANNEL
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS,
The most comfortable Shirts for Summer wear, at OGLE, CAMPBELL &
CO.'S, next Bank of Montreal.
R. d. ARMSTRONG,
SIALBB  IN
Choice Famity Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
X.a*bxa*3.ox Herring's,
*L£acleerel, Salt Ood.
A.rxno-ar's TTric- "Ela-oas,
-Arnxxxxov-x's "CTric.. Bacon.
Flo-ax. "Bran.. SJaorts,
.-THIGHEST PRICKS PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE,
aoidwir Sooullar-Armitrong Blook, Oolumbla et.
LONDON HODSE!
HOSIERY.
The finest assortment of
Ladies', Children's and Infants' English and German Hosiery direct from
the manufacturers.
if EjRSEm Se
Largest assortment of Ladies' Jerseys, English and German make, ever shown in;
town.     	
Jas. Ellard^ Co I
NEW   WE8TMIN8TER, B. C.
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WAKE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTEftN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & Byc-GIOSSCS In steel, rubber, stiver arc jjud
frames,   Tho finest Pebbles made, $4 nor pair- all sights suited.
Special Attention given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having learnt., the
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologers in England, and since then
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the best firms on tlie continent of America, is a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly iimm*
ger for nearly 6 years of the well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate,
Montreal, Deo,, 1887.—-Mr. F. Crake.*—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman ot
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I nover found a Watchmaker who did so
well for me as yon did when tn Montreal, and I am sorry you are not here to-day."
dwnplftc
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
AQENTS B. LAURANOE'8 SPEOTAOLE8.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists i
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    ■    Oolumbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time,  A nice lot of CHRISTIE S |
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand.   New SYRUPS, MO
LASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
'i
W. £ 6, Wolfenden.
DIRECT IMPORTERS ft DEALERS IN
:e*e x a--ex - c x. .a. s s
DRY GOODS
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
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WALKER k SHADWELL.

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