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Array fflC-Wnment Printing offi:
Columbian.
VOLUME G
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 27, 1889.
NUMBER 151
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
T, C. ATKINS OS, (
} AltttlSTEIt, SOLICITOR, Ae, Offloon-
3 Mnsonlc Building, New Westminster,
ll. o.  dwU)
aaaisthong a k cits tkin,
JARBISTEUS, SOLICITORS, ETC-
__5 Masonlo Building, New Wc-stnilii'
|ter, B. 0. dwiny IU1.
W. WUHAN RUL Id. li.'".,
-lARRISTER-AT-LAW.LVNI.tAOlDNT.
_j Money to Loan. Oflloo—•CJIarlcsoii Ht.,
■qw Westminster, B. 0. illy
C!.»RIM't I.I>, MrCOM. A U.SSri,
JAIUU8TI3HS, SOLIClTOIt!', otc.  0111*
_3  ces-*MasonIc BuilcKUBO* "sew Went-
■nliister, nml Vancouver, H, 0.   ,-   dwto
A.C. UayUONE-JACK, ALA i
■kTOTARY 1-UBLIl!, UONVIOY ANGER,
11 &o. Ban-inter of tlio Now Brunswick
Im-romo Court. Offlco in tlm Hamloy
Bull-ling, Columbia st., opposite tliouoi-
■niol Hotol. il'-pltt-
\ JOSEPH E. GAYNOH, U.A..LL.1I.
10LD MEDALIST of tlie Unlvoralt) of
Jl Dublin. HARHIHTER-AT LAW of
J., lb i, C nil •■r.liiHM.-.-.lu-liin.l Olllei-..
turner MoIConi-lo >t Clitrltson Btfl,, M-w
Tfeatmlnstor. iiwfe2lto
C. II GATI!*WOOD, D-D.S.,
[tlURQEON DENTIST-A Grntluato of
» tlio Baltlmoro Dontiil Colii-RO, Ih pre*
■uri-il to do nil kinds of Dental wort. Of*
T-fl ovor McLennan & MeFoi-lj's linril-
Vro storo, ltJ-3 Cordova St., Vnncouvor,
1 ilnp:ii)lc
G. W. UilAffiT.
. RCHITECT.   Onioo-Cornoi-Mary nnd
Clarkson sin., Westminster,   dwto
CLOW   .'■>.   1-tA.VItVHK,
i RCHITECTS.    Ofllcc-Room E. over
Hank of B.C., Columbia StrBct.Woat*
H.in*»tor. dto
WILLIAM   R. KING,
. RClIITECT.SANI'l'ARY ENGINEER,
V,   io.  Roinovv'il lo AriiistmiiK's Block,
(lumbla  Stroot,   Westminster— Room
Wa,2. dto
A, r. -run-roar.
iOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
t SURVEYOR. Oilice: ROoniD.Bailk
R 0. bitildhig, WeslmiiisIoi^BJiJ.	
V. I'll 1 IMHtM.M,
AI9AL ESTATE BROKER find County
t, Court Agent. CommlHsloiif-r, Notary
"bile, Ac. Rents collected. OIIIch—Mo-
n**le street, New Westmlnstur, B. C.
W. TIUUAlIDEAt',
AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS*
j man. Hamley Bloek, New Wostniln-
r, B. CJ. ilmy 15to
T. J. TH.APP,
UUTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
Columbia street, New Westminster,
j oomniisflions will receive pnnii-it
■1 earoful attonlion, Bost ti-forent-m
■on when reqnlu'd, inhl2-m
TtTKNKH, UKI.TON A CO.,
KERCHANTS. Whnrf ftl, Vlctoifn.
AKonLs for Norlh British aud Mer*
itilo Innurauco Co. for Mainland. H.
Hketon A Co., nil Elnsbury Oirous, Lon-
il.E.C         dto
IIJOB 1 PERSON
Real  Estate  Brokers'.aud
Fliianrial Agents*
IENTS POR
;< iimfcderatlon Lifo Ansuulatloit of
Toronto.
Ccij-nl mul l-ancRi-htre Flro Insur-
iiii- e Co m iiiinlvu.
[{•is-Valiiablo Lota for sale in the Cily
[1  i District of Wostmlnster; nnd choice
ta In the City of Vancouver.
'•ursons wishing to buy or sell oity or
al proporty should communicate with
fllces: Hank of B.C. building, opposito
itoilloe, Wostminstor, and Hastings St.,
" ncouver, ilwnpKllo
RAND BROS.
KM. KSTATfc. imOKKUS,
CniiYtyniU-urn, OolUctOMf
Ami  litxiu'nilcie Ageuta,
cos at
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
KoKemslfl and Clarkson Sis.
VANOOUVER, Cordova Street.
LONDON ,Engl.r,id.
CHIDING LOTS for nalo In nil Motions
"ancouvcrandNow Wcslmlnster City,
A\RM LANDS or Biipprlor quality tor
~i t  at Chilliwhaok,  Port Hammond,
.il i;loy, Mats'iul, Sumas, Mud Ilay-Lnd-
i'H h Lauding, Lulu Island, North Arm
fc   Pitt Rlvor.
iii>s and PIiuih exhibited ami the fnll-
nformntlon furnished ut all onrofllcefl-
W. BOVILL,
eal Estate Agent
AND CONVEYANCER.
W WESTMINSTEttl-OIIlco. Mnokon-
■'.lo Stroot,
NCOUVER: —Office,  Abbott   Stroot,
.near Cordova Street.
jll List of  City nnd Suburban Pro-
ty.
articular nttouton pnld  to Panning
Ida.
oeurato  lnformutlon  to correspond-
dwmyOyl
ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
L$vll Engineers, Land Sur-
eyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL  ESTATE,
ANGtAL, SHIPPING & COMMISSION AGENTS
Flro. Life A But lm* liiMtninco.
t.uMBURT., • Oit. Colosiai. Hotel
NEW WESTMINSTER, H. C.
IVE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
I* toni Um to all pi-ofi'sslninil ordors and
fnlur I heir services to ro-dib-iiit* and nou-
lildouls having Cliy or Country Pro potty
itllHpose of or desiring prolltable iuvest-
fcnt.
8)ut lists of eligible proportion nro com-
eliouslvti and constantly receiving addl-
ma, and our favorable eastern count***-
ma both In Camilla and the Allauilo
utesg.ve un unusual fiiollltles for bust-
'SS.
■Ipecial nttciiitioii will bo paid to (ho
trohiiso and Inspection of Lumber for
ipmontlo foreign ports. Tonnage elmr-
rod nnd general shipping liusinosstraus-
!tod. ilwapiyl
(aepberson
DRUGGISTS.
ure and Fresh Drugs
_tm]g___X"_JX_t__a,
'atent Medicines, Etc
PHVSIOIANS'    PSCSORIPTIOHS   C'RIFUlt*
09MF0UHDED.
BREDEMEYER, DR, PH.
(Lata Partner of John MnVlcker)
■tlNING ENGINEER. U.S. A PROVINCIAL SURVEYOR, A ABSAYHR.
llASONIO T KM I'M*    Bl.OI'K,   VANCOU V Kit,
•I Brit, Col.
1 **rReliabIo roimrls, uudnrgiviuu-I snr-
Jevsand inapsor minos oxeonteil albm
Vales. Assays tninb'mi nil kinds of min*
Iimls, [gold and ailver hum. Thirty yours'
1-Tpeilenco In mining In Aula, Europe
hnd United States of Amprlen. Speaks
ton laiiBiiages. Aaanya frnm a dhtiinno
fcromptly ntlonded to. Address Vanoou-
RrcrtB.O. ddni7io
.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Iimludlng Tools of nil kinds of thu lies' makes] CrOSS-CUt & Haild-SaWS,
llarbcu Wire for FenoinK, i>«l «U the necc-suy Utensils for t'armlnEI
I'lillcy Mocks, Snatch Blocks, Bopc & Chain in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar A Oakniut Tarred and I'lain Paper for Bulldlngi Paints A Oils
in nil colors; Liquid Paints in nil slides; Floor PnlntS ready tonse; Orilld
Stonesi Wall Paper in all dosiRnsj Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Iillhrieatlne Oils* Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Al-rlculturnl Implements,
t_r Hpcclal attention given to ordors by mail.
'J.',   w •
dwjlySto
T*Ee^.*P*P SO CO.,
('oix'uuia Stbbet, New We-tmiksieu,
GRANT Js MACLURE.
Boots It Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTEB.
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street, ■ New Westminster.
Globe
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Thla powder novor varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and whoIoaomanoBa. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
onnnot be sold in compo<ltlon with tin*
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phoBphato powders, Sold onlyin cans.
Royal baking Powder Co., ids Wall St.,
New York, afely
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
in.\
"My dear young friend," exclaimed
the good man, solemnly, "do you
attend church regularly^" "Yes sir-
but I didn't go to-day. Shu is visiting friends out of town, you know."
ITow many know this young man]
Jones—Congratulate me, old fellow, Miss Dashaw.'iy has agreed to
marry me. Smith- I do, indoed,
Jones. Ulad you're coming into the
tlio family. Jones—Coming into the
family! Smith—Yes; Dasliy is a
sister tome.
A Toronto paper contained tho
following advertisement the other
day: We've been fortunuto enough
to secure from a manufacturer u lot
of handsome Jersey jackets for ladies
that got left on his hands through
ir;er*production."
VERY RICH ORE.
Ono Carload ol Silver Ore from a
Fort Arthur Mine is Valuod
at SSnO.OOO.
A Serlona Outbreak of Diphtheria
Occurs at St. Lambert, Opposite Montreal.
All Preparations  Completed for
the Kilrain-Sullivan Encounter Near New Orleans.
HOUSE TO RENT
ON ST. PATRICK'S SQUARE; 5 ro„ms.
SI por month. Apply to
djolte
J. B. SUI.LEY.
TO RENT.
ALARCIE BARS TO RENT, with IV
ffood -veil uf water.   Apply to
ajoRto MRS. _. OOLD.
To Xjet.
OPFI.UES   IN   THE   ARMSTRO
Uloeu.    Api'-y to
dJolOlo
W. J, ARMSTRONG.
Bhorltr.
TO KENT.
A PLEASANT ROOM FOItTWOGEN-
tlemon, with   nr without   Hoard, In
private family.   Apply at third house up
tho hill, left hand sido of Douglas street.
 dj ol on.	
MRS.   WM.    RAE
WILL,  OFFER
FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS
Dress Goods at Cost Price
Call Early and Secure Bargains.
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
insurance and Financial
-A-Gr-BHSTTL^m
NEW WESTMINSTER, crMNoEKREN0zLfER3KT88ON
VANCOUVER, C0RANBErroTOTOR-r°RE6TA,ND
—AND-
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET
LONDON,   ENG. ,07 CANNON ST.
Farming Lands f Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia ami Front Sta..
in contral portion of the oity; several
buildings bring good rent—$22,000.00,
Lot 4, Block 7( near Lytton Square,
6(1x132 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Front Sta.—$0,000.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., 33x60 foet—
34,000.00,
Also—Lot and Building with stook of
Ooods. one of the host business stands
ia tho oity.
ImprovedRcsidential Property
Lot 1ft, Blook l.'l; two houses rented nt
paying ilguros—$4,500.00.
Houso and Lot on Lorno St,, near Col.
umbift-31250.00.
Lots 4, 5 & 6, Wool* 10; -good bonne,
garden, ke,\ ohoioo residenco property
-85,250.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St.; fenced and
cleared-$1600.00.
Houso and Lot on Columbia St.; one of
tha finest residences in tho oity—97,*
000.00.
Houso and Lot on Royal Avonue, nenr
Douglas St.-$2,000,00.
Houso nnd 3 Lots, corner lloyal Avonue
nnd St. Patrick's St.; no hotter rest,
donee sito In tho city—810,000.00.
1 aero, wltb 7 house--, near tlio l'lirlt—
80,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Block 28; corner lot on Agnes St.;
lino residence sito-81200.00.
Lota on St. Andrew's St., near Queon's
Avenue—8500.00 each.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Hall*
fax Sts,, noar Clinton St.; fino views
and well situated—$.150.00, 8375.00,
8500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clintoi-
8300.00.
Lot 0, Sub-Block 10; fine residence lots-
Lots on Pelham St., noar Mary—8600.00
each,
Lot on Pelham St., near St. Andrew's;
fino Mtc -$500.00.
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne—
8350.00.
Lot in St. Andrew's Squaro -8300,00.
Lots in Blook fronting on North Arn
road; finest ohanco In tho market fo:
residenco or speculation—8125,00 tf
$170.00.
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 11, Bub-Bloo
12-860.00 to $125.00.
Lot< in Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloo
13-8100.00 eaoh.
Lots In Wtstmlustor Addition at 816.00
to no.oo.
Timber iaiids {'or Sale.
THE DISCOVERER'S INTEREST IN
about-3,(!00 acres of flrst-olusa Timber
Lands, principally Fir.
W00D9, TURNER A GAMBLE.
Now AVest,, B. C, Juno 11,1880.   dJolZml
TO LEASE.
THE UNION HOTEI,. opposito Masonic
andOdtlfellowB' Block.
Forpai-tlonlar.1, apply nt tlio
MAINLAND RESTAURANT,
djelml Nuw WostmlnBlor.
First-class Prairie Farm
FOB SAX-..B.
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, North Arm, Frasor Rlvor; eon*
tiiining 2t0 acres of thn finest farming land
lu tho country; nil dyked, woll Improved,
good bnlldlnj's, good orchard (hearing).
Tor further Information enquire of
MAJOR* PEARSON,
ilmyifflle New Westminster.
Plants for Sale!
O 3ES. 2ES ..v?'.. "5^
Gi-eonliQiisos, Douglas Street
Ik Great Vauht-ty, Including,
GERANIUMS, Double and Single; KU-
CHIAS, nil new varieties: HOSES,
Doublo PETUNIAS, MOON-FLOW EI IS:
u flue collection of DAHLIAS (named
varletien*. ANNUALS, 25 <-ts. por doz,
Mixed UKDI)IN<1 PLANTS, 81 .ISO per doz.
I offer 10 Plants for 81, InolllUlng I Storm
King Kuobln. Boiiqnel**, Wreaths and
OrosnoB made to order. Fruit, Vegetables
nnd Flowers at Store, noxt CHy Hotel,Columbia St. Orders by mnll promptly nt
tended (0       Idwnp'.vi]      Vt 1.1*Mill.
Corrected—Pupil: "Teacher, kin
me an' Bill yo nn* git a pail o'water?"
Arkansas Schoolmaster: "There you
go again. How many times have I
got to tell you that it ain't good grammar to say me an' Bill?" Pupil:
"What ort I sayi" Teacher; "Bill
and mo! Can't I never learn you
nothing?"
There is a good story told of Mr.
A. J Balfour in reference to one of
his recent visits to Ireland. He put
the following question to un Irish
priest, with whom he sat at dinner:
"Do the Irish hate me to the extent
that the Parnellite papers say they
do?" To whioh tho candid priest's
good-humored answer was: "My
dear sir, if they hated the devil half
as much they hate you my occupation
would bo gono."
Hero is a marriage notice from a
Cleveland paper; "In Guilford, Medina county, O.,on tho 2nd inst,
by S. Wilson, Esq., Mr. Samuel D.
Curtis to Miss Sallio Murphy, aftor a
tedious courtship of fifteen years,
wliich was borne with Christian fortitude nnd patience." Tho intelligent reader with half an eye will perceive that the fag end of a funeral
notice got dove-tailed onto a marriage announcement in the above.
SOMKTIIIKQLIKGOltK.
Pout Akthuu, Out,, June 27.—
Tho Badger mino shipped unotlicr cur
containing 35 barrels, of rich ailver ore
yesterday to Newark N. J., for smelting. The car was valued nt 950,000.
Two barrels alone contained $15,000
worth of silver.
*• NO  mviDKND.
Kinostown, Cat, Juno 27.—At
the annual meeting of the shareholders of tho cotton mill, held yesterday,
no dividend wus declared. The stockholders are dissatisfied with the financial results. Some contend that it is
nut right that tho profits of the mill
should all fall to the employees, while
the men whose money is invested receive no returns.
DIPHTHERIA OUTBREAK.
Montreal, June 27.—An outbreak
of diphtheria at St, Lambert has
caused Borne anxiety among the residents
there, but every precaution is being
taken to prevent the Bpread  of  the
was deposed from the presidency of
the Irish American Club a few nights
since, had been placed under arrest.
Investigation developed tho fact that
he had been taken from bis lodgings
ahortly after midnight and locked up
iu Warren Avenue station. He was
brought down to the court houso late
this afternoon in a patrol waggon,
strongly guarded by police, and ushered without delay into the presence of
the grand jury. For nn hour or moro
a volley of questions were tired at him,
but to nil evasive replies woro returned. He particularly rofused to admit
that shortly beforo Oroniu's murder he
had made a bitter speech in camp 20,
denouncing the physician as a British
spy. At the conclusion of his examination he was returned to the police
station. Laurence- Buckley, utiother
Chin-Na-Uael man, ia to bo called to*
morrow. Humors nro again current
tlmt other important arrests are imminent. None of the testimony before
the jury to-day was of an important
nature.
BAVARIAN BEER.
A Paris Saloon Keeper Sells German Beer and is Boycotted
by Parisians.
Harvard-Yale Boat Races Excite
Great Interest and lively Contests are Eipected.
A Solemn Celebration Proposed to
to be Held Over tlie Victims of'
the Johnstown Horror.
T. A. MM CO.
DRUGGBSTS
Queen's  Hotel  Block,
\I,*V ■Vli.HIINSTKIt.
Reliable Drugs ft Medicines
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PRESCRIPTIONS A BPEOIALTY.
da pi to
Lowiig, Harris
SO co.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
—ano—
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating to
ileal Estate.
— AUKNTM FOR	
London Assurance Corporation.
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of
Hartford.
london and Lniu-nslilre Mite Assurance Co.
Canton Insurance Offlce, lid. (Marine)
OFFICES t
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dWsaUyl
Tramp—Mister, give tne something to eat; I'm hungry and out of
work. Practical Party, in suburbs—
What do you work at? Tramp (speaking first thing that comes to mind)—
I'm ti wood engraver, sir. P. P. (delighted)—Ah, very good! Just walk
around behind tho kitchen* you'll
find n saw, wood-horseand some wood.
Will you bo kind enough to engrave
a cord or so while I see about your
breakfaBtl But the cloud of dust disappearing down the road answered
not.
The latest competition is charming
in its novelty. A San Francisco
paper offered, as a prize to the best
pupil in the public schools, a trip to
the Paris Exhibition. Tho struggle
is keen, and the competitors aro
said to be successfully wrestling with
the tasks submitted to them. Doth
hoys and girls nro competing, and the
chances are said to be in favor of the
girls, so that the enterprising newspaper may find itself in for paying
the expenses of a chaperono as well.
—Empire. Since our cotemporary
wrote tho abovo the -'indefatigable
girl," has "got there" suro enough.
We don't believe a chaperono will be
necessary, however. Why wouldn't
a chap do instead'!
What a remarkable exemplification, says an exchango, of the terrible
force of tho Johnstown flood is furnished by the summary of the strata
of a single part of that gorge wliich
was forced open by dynamite yester
day! A railroad bridgo at the bottom, 011 top of (hat a hotel, abovo
thnt a section of the Oautier Steel
Works, and upon that foundation n
super-structure of houses nud smnll
building.--! This immense pilo was
hurled together in nu almost impregnable mass by that terrible rush of
water. When stone, brick, and iron
nre tossed about like chips and feathers tlie wonder is heightened that
any fb-sb nnd blood has survived to
tell of tho terrible event.
Tho oxpression ''Sea of mountains," for applying which to the
Paciiic province the lirilish Columbians hold Mr. Blake blameworthy,
is almost as old as the hills themselves. It was used with reference
to the Rockies by Principal Gnint
in his book of travels beforo Mr.
Blake incorporated it into ono of
his orations, and it appeared in a
leading British Oolumbia paper long
before the learned principal, who in
all probability did not seo it there,
wrote his entertaining work. It iB
in fact a part of the language. As
we talk of n shower of misfortunes,
a wilderness of houses, a sea of
troubles, and a sea of upturned
faces, so in describing n distriot in
which mountain closely follows
mountain it is customary to speak
of a sea of mountains. There is
really nothing in the phrase beyond
whut tho politicians choose to attribute to it. It is a figure of speech,
and its uso with regard to British
Columbia can only bu properly condemned if owing to the absence of
mountains it is inapplicable. It it
hardly probable, however, that anyone will claim that tho mainland
portion of the province is quite freo
from lofty elevations. Humor Bays
there are some notable mountains
there, and that the province that
possossss them is not to be despised,
for thoy nre loaded with timber and
mineral wenlth, and nro calculated
to produco more cash within the
next few years than some prairie
lauds elsewhere.—Mail,
THE DEFAULTING rOSTMASTKll.
Kingston, Out., June 27.— Tho effects of Mr. Burns were seized yesterday. Mary Dooltui, of Wolfe ialuud,
enquired about her funds. Sho deposited $000 iu August lust in the post
office savings bank, dividing the money
into two amounts of three and six
hundred, Bhe holds a receipt for throe
hundred alone. Mrs. Doolan, who
onnnot rend or write, ihou;-lit the receipt covered $900. The discovery of
the real state of affairs only occin ivd
to-day.
EVIDENTLY MUKDE11ED.
NortkUay, Ont,, June 27.-The
body of a man named Lovecjuo was
found in the Mattawa river on Saturday last, about 11 milos below Oallen-
dar station on the O.P.B. Strong
pieces of leather, like moccasin strings,
were wound tightly atiound tho neck.
Attached to these were his supenders
with loops in the ends, appeared to
liavo been tied round stones to sink
the body in the water. An inquest
wus held yesterday at C-illondur, when
it wns elicited that he had probably
died from tho effects of wounds received in a fight, in a shanty half a
mile from where tho body was found,
two weeks ago, with a man named Do-
Ian, foreman of the (-ang. A verdict
of manslaughter was brought against
Dulan by the coroner's jury, but Do-
Inn's whereabouts are unknown.
prize Fionrofa.
New Orleans, La., June 27.—Governor Nichols' proclamation regarding
prize fighting in this state in not causing much anxiety to sports hereabouts,
but Itenaud, who has charge of the
affair, said last night it was never contemplated to pitch a battle ground
within the jurisdiction uf Louisiana.
He Bays the proclamation will not interfere with arrangements. Before
parting, Frank Stevenson, of New
York, concurred fully in Renaud'e
opinion and expressed like views.
ANOTIfF.lt CHALLENGE.
New York, June 27.—Jack Ashton
has issued a challenge to Peter Jackson, the colored champion, nnd deposited $500 with the Illustrated News, us a
forfeit for a match far 85,000. Ashton wants to fight bare with knuckles.
TUB COMING FIGHT.
New Orleans, La.. Juno 27.—-The
Kilrain people raised sevornl objections
to St. Tammany, whero the fight ib to
take place, cUiiuing telegraph facilities
nre vory bad, but tho Western Union
promised to rectify tliia defect. The
Kilrain people yll lot Sullivan's friends
know tli uir choice of lucntion on Saturday, when tht! littler can visit tho spot.
All parties express the belief that tho
ti-jlit will como off. the only trouble
expected will be over tho referee, who
iB to be selected at tho ring. Kilrain
will be here on the 5th, and devote
three duys tu resting.
HANG El).
Patrrson, N. J., June 27.—Tubiub
Lnbb wns hanged in jail here at 0:10
o'clock this morning for the murder of
his wifo,
THE'dltBEN   EVEit MONSTER.
Baltimore, June 27.—Early this
morning Win. Oristophar, prompted
by jealousy, shut and killed Charles
Loguo.
THE FEATllEUWEinHT.
Boston, Juno 27.—Frank Murphy,
the Emttish featherweight, who leaves
to-uij-lit for San Francisco, where he is
to fight Billy Murphy, tho Australian
champion, was tendered a reception at
Patsy Sheppar-1's laat uight, and presented with a diamond pin, a set uf
colors, and a handsome cnae.
"THE OLD KENTUCKY   HOME."
SitEi'KHiwviLi.E, Ky., June 20.--At
1 o'clock this morning a mob entered
tho jail and demanded the keys to the
cells of the two murderers, Aidell and
Mitchell, who, on Juno 10, shot and
killed Peddler Lavine while trying to
rob him. Jailer Bowman took hia
stand at the entrance with a shotgun,
but the mob soon overpowered him,
and his wife, thinking ho would be
murdered, came forth with the keys.
Bowman pleaded with tho men not to
take Mitchell, aa he believed he was
innocent. Thoy left Mitahell in his
cell, but warned him of his futuro and
told him ho could thank Bowman for
saving his life and that it was their
intention tu take both. Aftor they
had securely fastened Ardell, tho command wns given to march, aud with
curses, oaths and yells they left with
the doomed man. Nothing could be
learned as to tho direction taken by
the mob, as they commanded all to
remain behind.
THE ORONIN  CASE,
Chicago, June 20.—Tho sensation
of the afternoon was the announcement that lawyer John V. Beggs, ex-
president of Camp 20 of the Olan-Na*
Gael, hy whioh body it is held that tho
physician's death was decreed, and who
FROM VICTORIA.
The rieel Retnrn-i lo Victoria mid Leaves
Till** Afternoon ror Vancouver.
Special to tbo Columbian.
Victoria, June 27.—The fleet of
war ships returned from a trip up the
coast this morning. They leavo this
afternoon for Vancouver to be present
at thB Dominion day celebration.
Trie a. s. Elder, for Alaska, passed
up to Nanaimo to-dny. She will go to
Seattle and take on passengers and
cargo.
The Walla Walla arrived early this
morning from San Francisco.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
City council.
, A special meeting of the council was
held last night. Present—Aldermen
Curtis, Scoullar, Calbick, Reid,
McPhaden, Ewen, Cunningham and
Jaques.
His worship Mayor Hendry in the
chair.
communications
From Mr. Justice Crense, enclosing
cheque for taxes and highly commend*
intr tho by-laws lately passed. Received
and filed.
From James Wilson and T. J.
Trapp, applying for sidewalk grndo on
Agues street.
The tenders for clearing tho Qnoeu's
park were opened and read, and that of
Angus McLennan & Edward L-'wey
having been found the lowest ($100
per acre) it was accepted on condition
thut satisfactory security be given.
The deeds for the school lots were
presented, and ou motion the conveyances from L. F. Bonson and M. Sinclair to tho queen were nccepted, and
on the proper execution of the same
the clerk is authorized to pay over the
money lu tho Baid parties of the first
part and transmit the conveyances to
the secretary of the school board.
REPORTS.
Tho board of works reported as follows: That Begbie streot, between
Columbia and Front streets be cribbed and filled in with earth, and that
the oity engineer prepare plans fur the
same.
That plans and specifications be prepared for bridging, and another for
cribbing and filling, Kennedy's ravine,
and separate tenders be called for the
same.
That arrangements be made with
the saw mill company to fill up the end
of Douglas street, between Columbia
and Front streets, with slabs and sawdust to such a level as to allow gravel
to be placed on top.
That all street intersections bo level
stages and all street and sidewalk improvements be carried uut according to
by-law, and that the council lake tho
uecesi-nry steps to have the money in
readiness, ns it is intended to prosecule
the work vigorously.
That we consider it neceaaary to appoint an engineer in establishing the
street grades, and that when lhe
grades aro completed they ba recurded
us permanent grades.
Tlmt the park committee be instructed tn hand over to the board all
tools lately in use uti Queen's park.
That one nnd one half inch plank be
nsi'don alt sid<-walks except on husmess
streets; also that we have decided to
grndo Fife street, nnd work will be bo-
gun without delay.   Report adopted.
The finance committee reported as
follows; That taxes on water lots,
other than on tho improvements, be
remitted, us in our opinion the tax,
though legal, would bo injudicious nt
present.
That nil lenses given from dato must
mako lessee liable for all taxes.
That the tax of Peter Grant bo remitted.
Thnt tho council lake such action in
regard to taxes ou suburban lots as
will satisfactorily settle tho dispute betweon tho government and the city.
Report adopted.
MOTIONS.
On motion tho timo for paying taxis
with rebate was extended till
August 1st.
Ou motion tho tinanco committoe
waa instructed to havo tho water works,
ferry servico, workshops and Btreet improvements debentures printed.
Ou motion tho finance committeo
was authorized to get a new corporation sea).
On motion the finance committee
was authorized to take such action in
tho suburban land tax question as will
bring about a final settlement of the
question.
The council thon adjourned till Wednesday, July 3rd.
Wm. MoDermott a farmer of Elk-
horn, Man., Monday night while in an
insano condition shot his wifo with a
small revolver in three places, the
left shoulder, left breast and left
cheek. He thon rushed out of the
house, but returned and asked his
wifo to forgive him. Half an hour
later ho asked her to dio with him,
and she prayed him an her hands snd
knees to spare her. He fell asleep,
and tho woman, leaving her bake by
her husband's aide, fearing to raise
him again, stole across the prairie to
the house of neighbors. MoDermott,
after sho left, must have awakened
and, missing his wife, went to the
stable, whero ho was found  hanging
quite doad.
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Paris, June 27.—The proprietor of
acafohero, was recently imprudent
enough to make a specialty of Bavarian beer, and, in consequence, lost his
French customers, who accused him of
being a traitor. The papers took up
the question and published violent attacks on the proprietor, who was finally obliged to publish a card uoying he
recof/nized his mistake and hereafter
nothing that recalls the name of Germany should bt sold in his establishment,
HARVARD-YALE   HACES.
New London, June 27.—The city
is rapidly filling up with collegemen
and friends of the various crews, aod
indications are now that tbo crowd on
Friday will be larger by several thousand than at any previous race for several years. Hotels are now overcrowded, and those who arrive to-day
will stand ;. good chance of having to
stroll tho streets all night or sleep in
hotel corridors. In to-day's races Harvard is looked upon as a sure winner of
the Freshmen event, and batting is
now three to uno. In the three cornered event, the crews are placed in
every possible position, and bots vary.
The result of the race ia decidedly uncertain, but each contingent of students
is backing its own crew liberally. The
Freshmen race will be rowed down
stream ut 5 p. m., and immediately
afterwards the three mile racB will be
rowed up stream,
A SOLEMN CELEBRATION.
Johnstown, Pennu, June 27.*—
Sheriff McCandless and Col. Hudson
called on General Hustings this morning wiili n view to have tho grand and
solemn ending of the Johnstown calamity properly celebrated through the
state. The idea has the approval of all
who take an interest in the fatality. It
in proposed that on the day the state
turns Johnstown over to its people, requiem Bt-rviceB will be held in aU parts
of Conemuugh volley where the victims of the dipusler are buried. This
ia to be dono as a tribute of respect to
this stricken locally, and is to be
made a stato day of prayer. Many
unfortunates were buried without any
religious sorvices, and are now lyiog
in unknown graves. Tho observance
propoaed will be somewhat after the
manner of Docoration Day. At the
hour appointed services will be held at
the various coraeteries in which tlie remains were interred. Flowers will be
strewn upon the graves, malting a fitting ending to the greatest calamity
that ever occurred in thia country.
Three bodies were found this morning,
but are not yet identified.
Interior Mining Soles.
Thinga are looking very favorable in
tho McMurdo camp for a good Bummer's work. At prosont Mr. McCabe
is working 2 shifts on the Southern
Cross and Munitor. The party representing the company who are about to
operate on Copper oreek having been
well satisfied with the property, work
will be commenced immediately on the
Lost Chief and a crosscut tunnel run at
a greater depth than tho present drift.
Jim White is hard at work prospecting
Cariboo basin in the interest of Mr.
Granger; he has gut Borne fino specimens of wbat we would conclude to be
a free-milling ore, although the nature
of surface croppings generally changes
with depth. The Benson in tho glacier
belt is about as fnr advanced at present as it wsb a month later last season,
Ihe snow having all disappeared with
the exception of a few patches on top
of the glaciers.—Donald TrufA.
large Coal Areas.
Mr, James Dceus «aa a pascionger
from Queen Charlotte Island, by the
steamer Sardonyx to-day. Mr. Dechi-,
with a party of five whito men and
threo Indiins, have beon prospecting
the property owned by the Queen
Charlotte Anthracite Mining Company,
and for tho past two weeks their shifts
of workingmen havo been running a
tunnel to tap tho coal seam about 360
feet below the surface. The tunnel ie
now in 150 feet, and nppearancoB indicate thnt it will net be long beforo the
coal is reached. Mr. Alex. Mclnnes,
from tho Springfield Mines, United
States, has charge of the work. He
thoroughly understands his business,
and hopes tu domonstrato tho value of
tho properly thoroughly, this season.
A seam uf bituminous coal, fifteen feet
thick was discovered in the Yakoun
river valley nud traced to the anthracite formation, a distance of five miles.
It is believed to extend over the whole
of the southern part of Graham island.
This discovery demonstrates the large
area of the coal formation. Anthracite has been found iu the old company's property where it wbb nevor
known to exist before. This valuable
property wns some time ago bonded by
the Springhill Co., and it is very probable that its enormous value will be
sufficiently evident to thoir representative to lead to a final transfer of the
property in the course of a fow monthi.
British Columbians sro only beginning
to learn a trifle about the mineral
wealth of their country. Mr. Deem
thinks that the marino department
should place a buoy or other finger
post at the ssnd bar across the entrance
to Skidegato harbor to mark the channel. The cost would only be a few
dollars, and it would be of great benefit to vessels of all kinda.—Times.
'• — •>*><
The Toronto Rubber Oo. hii issued
a writ against the Uutta Peroha Co.
in a libel suit asking $60,000 damages.
The alleged libel was contained in %
telegram sent to British Columbia in
which the Rubber Co. claims it wm
sought to injure its oharactor in the
province named.
Children Cr;/for Pitcher1 .Castoria DAI1V BBIT1SH UOWJMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTEB, B, a, JUNE il, 1889.
VOLUME VI.—NO. 151.
THE
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T-fE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
iHr-uc-J every TrViini-siliiy Horning.
Delivered in tbe City, per year. $3.00
M-iMet!, per year 2.00
Mailed, fl months	
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Thursday I'vcii'i-k, June 21. 1889.
Tlio city council at their special
meeting last night got right down
to business  iu good shape, and it is
apparent from the vigor and alacrity
displayed  that tho civic works und
improvements on the programme arc
not going to bo allowed to lag,   Tlie
city is to be congratulated on having
nt this   imporlnnt  juncture such u
wide-awake, industrious, nnd energetic council, and it is perfectly safe
to predict that m a few weeks things
will be literally "humming.     Our
tradesmen and tho citizen** generally
will   soon be reaping some of   the
advantages which wn foreshadowed,
when discussing the recent loan bylaws, would result from  their pas*
sage.   The final  benefits  to be derived from  tho necessary und laudable works for which these by-laws
provide   are greatly and gratefully
enhanced by the large local expenditures which   tho works themselves
necessitate.    An outlay within tho
city nf   nearly $300,000  on   civic
works  alone, inside  of  tho   next
twelve months, cannot fail of hav*
ing  a   healthy   stimulating   effect
upon every business  and   industry
in the city, as well as contributing
materially to  tho city's growth, a
result which tho nature of the works
themselves must   supplement   and
make   permanent.    Westminster's
immediate    outlook   is  peculiarly
bright, when, added to these civic
expenditures, we   have, this year a
certain prospective outlay of 840,000
on   asylum   additions,   §10,000 or
$15,000 on a new hospital, §20,000
probably, in the near future, on a
court   house, an expenditure up in
tho hundred thousands on the Boss-
McLaren mills in the noar vicinity,
considerable   outlay   for  improvements and additions to mills already
established, largo railway expenditures  in  prospecta in the city and
vicinity, besides tin outlay of what
will in all probability uggregato between   §300,000 aud $500,000 by
private enterprise in the erection of
buildings and residences within tho
city.    We have just, touched lightly
in the foregoing upon some of tlio
more salient facts and circumstance!*
upon which to construct u horoscope,
whereby the   reader may view for
himSelf  iho decidedly hopeful conjunction   which   presides over the
royal city's immediate future.
.Not all of the fair sex, it is well
known, are agreed with the woman
suffragists in their demand for the
extension of political equality with
men to the women of the nation.
Jf there are good arguments on ono
side there is not a lack of cogent
reasons produced on the other, and
the women themselves are not seldom the strongest protesters against
woman suffrage, although it must
be admitted thnt the trend of things,
in the I] nited States especially, is in
the direction of milking woman, not so
much the complement, as the equal,
of man in evory respect. Tho question whether this is a consummation
devoutly to be wished, or as religiously shunned, would lead one
into a profound balancing of psy
eliologicnl aud physiological abstraction.', whioh have been botli exhaustively and exhaustiwjly discussed by
much abler pen;-, und which it is
not our purpose to infliofc on tho
reader. As an instance of women
desiring io be saved from the boon
whicli the zealous suffragists wish
to have extended to them, and giving reasons seriatim in support of
thoir counter-plea, the current number of the -Nineteenth Century con
tains im eloquent appeal, signed by
ovor one hundred women, "to tho
common-sense and educated thought
of tho men and women of England
against the proposed extension of
■the parliamentary suffrage to women." Among the signatures are
those of the Dowager Lady Stanley
of Alderloy, Lndy Frederick Cavendish, Lady Randolph Churchill, Mrs.
Goschen, Mrs. Humphrey Ward,
Mrs. Alma-Tudaina, Mrs. W. E.
Forster, Mra. Matthew Arnold, and
Mrs. Max Muller, and the list in its
entirety is said to be representative
of a great variety of social and other
interests. An outline of the arguments advanced by the fair appel-
lants will be of interest. The first
argument is, in brief, that women
are physically unfit, and were never
designed by nature, to share in the
work of certain largo departments
of national life. Among these are
mentioned the struggle and toil of
legislative work; the exhausting
labor necessary in the administration
of the national resources and powers; the conduct of the nation's re
lations towards the external world -
the working of tho army and navy -
the heavy, laborious, and fundamental industries of the state, such as
those of mines, metals, und railways ■
the direction of the national commerce, and the management of the
best national finance. Direct participation in these works is rendered
impossible for women, it is alleged,
"by the disabilities of sex, or by
strong formations of custom and
lubit, resting ultimately upon physi-1
cal difference, against whioh it ia
useleia to contend." Women should J
exercise an influence in the national
political activities, but, it is claimed,
they already do so to an extent fully
proportioned to their possible share
therein. This argument is summed
up as follows:
"We would eivo thom their full share
in tlio state of social effort and social
mechanism; wc look for their increasing
activity in that higher stato which rents
on thought, conscience, and moral influence; but we protest against their admission to direct power in that state
which does rest upon force—the state in
its administrative, military, and financial
aspects where the physical capacity, the
.accumulated experience, and inherited
training of men ought to prevail without
tho harrasslug interference of thoso who,
though they may ho partners with men
in deuatc, can iu these mutters never bo
partners with them in action."
Continuing, tho appellants say;
"Women will bo more valuable citizens, will contributo moro precious
elements to the national life without
tho vote than with it." Crave practical difficulties in tho way of tho
proposed extension of tho suffrage
arc then pointed out, and it is argued, moreover, that from the manner in which tho proposal has won
its way into practical politics it is
not ripe for legislative solution, Tn
reply to the argument that if women possessed tho suffrago many
injustices of tho law towards them
would bo easily and quickly remedied, it is asserted that during tlio
past half-century the chief of such
injustices havo been amended by
means of the existing constitutional
machinery. In conclusion the appellants says:
"Nothing can bo further from onr
minds than to sock to depreciate tho
position or the importance of women.
It is because wc are keenly alive to tbo
enormous value of their special contribution to the community that wo oppose
what seems to us likely to endanger that
contribution. Wc aro convinced that
the pursuit of a mere outward equality
with men is for women not only vain,
but demoralizing. It loads to a total
misconception of woman's true diguity
and special mission. It tends to personal
struggle and rivalry, whoro tho only
effort of both the groat divisions of tho
human family should bo to contributo
tho characteristic labor and the best'gifts
of each to the common stock."
To the appeal is appended an editorial note asking the women readers of the Nineteenth Century, who
agree with the arguments advanced,
to sign a protest against the proposed legislation, and it remains to
be seen what response will be given
to the appeal by the fair sex in England. Whatever may be tho results,
it must be admitted that the anti-
suffragists have stated their caso
strongly and clearly, and ono finds
it difficult not to sympathize with
nnd assent to their conclusions.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Real Estate and Financial Agency
RICHARDS, HAYWoii MACKINTOSH,
Conveyancers tt Notaries Public.
Wolcprr-j.o-n.Q  *tTo. Gl.
Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms easy.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
T_/Tr-.-_.TTT\-_.     -lA^,    T     ^.„ xt        **tM*ft*.'VE DO NOT SPECULATE OURSELVES, but «ivo our ous-
1YIONE.Y  TO   JLkOAN.      H^»       tomers lho boneHt of oil our special bargains.
Children Cry for Pitcher's
NEW WESTMINSTER
BUILDjNGSOCIETY.
AQENEHA.L   MEETING WILL  BE
held In the COUtlT HOUSE on
Saturday tlie 39th June,
Purpose—Drawing forthe Eleventh Ap-
l*rnprIatiou of 31,000.
Members In arrears are requested to pay
all duos at the Secretary's otllce, Hank
Bullfflngs, Mary street, before that (late so
as to lessen the Meereiary's work on Hint
ovening.
Now members will he admitted totho
|iniv.-lnjf on payment Of eiiimneo foe, $1,
aod four weeks' subscriptions, $*j per
stiare.
By order,     WALTER J. WALKER,
Secretary.
Juno 21th, 1539. dJe'JiKi
1867
1889.
CITYOFVMOUVER
Dominion Day
ltf VANCOUVER,
-OH-
Monday and Tuesday
-THB-
1st and 2nd My
1889.
Largest Prizes ever Given in
the Province ior
FIREMEN'S CONTESTS,
ATHLETIC SPORTS,
Boat Racing,
Sailing i
CANOE RACES,
Cricket, Baseball & Lacrosse
BICYCLE RACES,
HORSERACES
«'KAXI> PARADE
Of all tho Trades, Professions. Friend! v
SiicUiIcH and National Associations will
eoinmence at 0 O'clock on the lat of July,
fit Mm City Hnll, In which will nlso pur-
Mclpate representatives of Her Majesty's
Navy, nnd Army, vizi The Sailors and
Minimis of II. M. Warships,"C" Buttery
B. O. O. A., the Volunteers and Mllltla of
Now Westminster. In this procession
will bo shown the capabilities nnd resources of our Provinco,
graniTball
In the IBIPKIUAli Opera House on
the Evening of Monday, the
Flnt Dny of Jnly.
Fireworks and Torchlight
Procession
In lho Harbor on lho ovening of July tho
2nd (Tli'miny), tn which Her Majesty's
warships, under the command of Admiral
Honengo, will a-mlut, and which will bo
tbe grandest feature of this celebration,
and tin; most, brilliant display ever witnessed on this const.
CHEAP EXCURSIONS
Hnvo boon mrangod for from Viotoria,
Now WestminBter, Nanaimo, Seattle, Ta-
eoma,Port Townscnd,PorMand,andothor
Hound ports,nnd from all points of the
O. P. IU
MLFor further particulars seo special
programmes, d23jetd
OOLONIAL HOTEL BUILDING,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
-OFFICES ;=
233 dEHflOVA ST.
01 YATES ST,
VANCOUVER.
VICTORIA.
JAMES D. RAE
[SUCCESSOR TO D.   Mcl'HABENJ
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OP FIRST-CLASS
Groceries and Provisions
Mwly
'MS MU __Et KB «     t«z-. •**£-..
Coffees Roasted and Ground on the Premises.   Fino Teas a Specialty.
COLUMBIA STREET'."-'""——
WANTEDJ0 RENT.
A HOUSE CONTAINING  NOT LESS
Until U rooms.   Apply Uox 20, l'ost
Olllcc. ,      iljoaic
PHOKTEBB
***** mj » un nn
ESTABLISHED 1812.
Jas. Cunning'ham
COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, 8, C.
iui'Oi'Tzn or
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Hope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTURER OF
^TIN&SHEET-IRONWARE.
CONTRACTS FOR
Iron Cornice Work, Van-fitting,
Plnmblng, Hoofing. (St-.
•fcTO*riC*EL
I HAVE THIS DAY SOLD AND
transferred to Capt. Power llie stenmer (iladys, and from this date he will
assume nil run fro I of Mio nleitmer and
business. Thanking nil for lliolr patroii-
ii(io conferred In ihe past, I solicit a continuance of the wune to my successor,
] will settle nil liabilities up tu Unto,
and any person tmvin-f u rhilm of any
kind on llie sli'iiineror inyf-Hf will pler.nif
present Itfor liiiini'dlalc settlement.and
all poisons Indebted lome will pleaso
settle at unci' or their nccoiinlK will bo
placed in luoiicltor-s hands tor collection.
Address ail communications to r. a
box 103, Now Wcslmlnsl-T,
WM. a, TOWNSEND.
New Vest minster, J hub '."J, j.-tsii.    J--Hi lilt
Notice to Contractors!
J5   ceived by the undersigned up to noon
of Sn-lur-lny, Will June, Inst., for tho
CONSTRUCTION OF A SCHOOL-HOUSE
In New WoBtminBtor Cily (west sido.
Plans and specifications can bo scon
and forms for tender obtained at the Government   fllce, Nhw Westminster.
Tho lowest nr any lender not necessarily
accepted.
1 U. WARWICK,
Gov't Agont,
Now Westminster,
Juno 25th, I860. je25-dtd-wlt
C. E. WOODS
Land Surveyor.
A. 0. GAMBLE
Notary Public.
Woods, Turner & Samlale
LAND SURVEYORS,
l-UHWUH-B}
AND CONVEYANCERS.
MmQ-JaSHTB POB
FIHH—The Western of Toronto/The Ml-
nn, Tho City of London, and The Hart-
LirE.-Tho New York Life Insurance Co,
AO C1DB M T-Th e Travel lers'of Hartford
Lund Surveying In all Its branches accurately and promptly carried out.
City and Stilmrb-m Landi tor Sale.
We can show a complete Ibt of desirable
localities.
Farming Landi, Improved and uiilm-
nrovo i, throughout tho dlslrlct.
Mining and other Btook bought and
■"old* -   .
Money to Lonn on flrst mortgage at
low rates.
TxLBFnoNR Call No, 33.
P. O, DRAWER W.
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE,
OrFioi, liuin Blook,  ■  Columbia Strict
NEW WESTMINSTER.
dtabUto
Fresh Hams.
IPresii Bacon.
Pure Oanadian Lard.
Ooffees a specialty.
, DesBRiSAY, Cor. Columbia & Blackie Sts.
iUGGIES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A CAR-LOAD OV
Pell, Rice Coil-spring jMcLaughlan
M__ WJ &LS- mz-
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
PJ8T The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia,"*^
■I-™,'-,,    Srteicl cSs Currie.
'Toronto' Mowers
Maxwell Mowers
The Little Maxwell
Steel Frame Binders.
MAGHIMEBIT.
Strickland* Co.
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Plane!
Tige
Sharp's Do.
tVtaxwcli Do.
Ill
..is-., . in I'd en Tools,
liStwn ".lowers, &«-■
Rs.ko.Mi
Avtt
m imiiiru mat wm,
Columbia Strut;!, Xcw Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
meat riuri'Yoits in (a;\i:i!u,.   fri'sii ani> corned
MI'ATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
tarSpccial lines quoted fur tho shipping tnulo.   Family orders strictly attended
to.   Hotels will Had it to thoir interest to placo their orders with tho abovo linn.
d28noly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN oTrEICHENBACH,
rauccEssons to w. b. townsendj
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Bacon, MiiiiHtigc, Bolognas, Etc.
dimly)
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
Tun Columbian Fiiintinu Establishment has first-class faoi'lties lor
nil kinds of Commercial Frintin-*. Bill Heads Letter Headi, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of every description, Posters, Dodgers,
Price Lists, io. Prices will bo found as low as at any other officn where
6nt*class work is done.
ANOTHER CARLOAD
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
Intending Buyers should make a note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
Jaa f*r
ihvtwlyl
THIS Ni'AOK W-'LONU:- TO
1*3. T. READ & GO
H.VIU)\V\UtK MI-.ltOII.'.N'f!
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Shift I
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
_?>._,-____■_:■_"._• T_.__.-v_r,       -       -      .-__r._t-_.-E_.__. __■_.:__..
2_Z_?>_lsr-U-2?jZ-.aZC--rXl2IlX-B   OB
mm ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNE3Y
A«ltl€l l/1'I I.AI, & All, KINDS OV aM'HIMiliY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
HEPAIRIHC DONE WITH NEATNESS ANO DISPATCH.
1\ S.—All orders from the upper country promptly attended to.
UwnoImO
Chas. McDONOUG
Front Sti-cct, %.;w Westminster.
ir
EXTRA FAMILY BLAiMETS,
FLANNELS, worsteds Sail kinclsof Woolen'M
KKAOV-SllBJS'] (ILOTHIRG.
_3F~ The only House on the Mainland which Icccp:; the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills, Patronize Home
Industry. dmhjo'c
Douglas & Deighton,
MAWAOIIIIIEK l,-i! IMPOBTEIIS OF
(IDLES
WHIPS.
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, B. C.
SKNl) IN YOUlt OltDI'-KS.   ALL WOIIK OV THE IIKsT MATliUIAL AND
WORKMANSHIP.   PRICES LOW.
iHildwIy
ROYAL CITY
Planing ii Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
r
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
.Ajsro in, -euxt-os ob
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames,   Windows,
IHoulriin-fs. Balusters,
Blinds. Brackets,
Knilin-fs, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolOdwly
*
'■ ■'! VOLUME VI.-NO. 151.
DAILY BRITISH COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. P., JUNE 27, 1889.
CATHOLIC VESTMENTS.
f'.The  Different   Colors   Used by
\ FrieatB and Bishops.
I Significance of tho Cassock- tho Aralco,
tho Maniple, the CIuiKublo mid Other
Sncicd Gaxtnonts-Tho Fallluin
of tho Primates.
Tho vestmonts worn "by tho Roman Catholic clorgy in tho colebration of the sacred
rites of that churoh aro many, and oach
garment haa a special and spiritual moaning. Tho vestments worn horo in America
to-day, says tho Now York Evcntno Sun, aro
just tho samo in shano, form and numbor as
thoso used in tho churches of tho East-in
Asia Minor, Armenia snd £oordistan, otc.
Tho cassock is a black roho reaching to tho
ground, and is an emblem of tho soamloss
garment worn by Christ. It is gonorolly of
black material. Tho Bishop's cassock is of
'purplo, tho CurdinaPs rod, and tho Pope's
whito.   In Catholio countries it is publicly
worn, but in this country it is gonorully dispensed with in tho streets, oxcopt by tho
Christian brothers.   Tho borotta is tho
throo-cornorod cap worn by' tho clorgy at
almost all tho sacred services oxcept tho
colebration of mass.  Tho color is always
black, oxcopt in the caso ol Cardinals, who
wour a red borotta. Tho surplico is a whito
garment coming down only to tho hips. It
is used by acolytes, thoso in minor orders,
and by tho clorgy themselves whon engaged
fin tho ordinary services of tho church, tho
imans always oxcoptcd.
'  When priest or Bishop is about to cclcbrato
tho mass ho first washos his fingers and
thon takes up tho amice, a ploco of whito
'linen about a half yard square, and places it
[over his shoulders.
It recalls tho cloth with which tho Jows
lovored the head of tho Saviour on the
ight before He Buffered, Baying: "Pi-oph-
sy unto ub, O Christ, who ia ho that struck
'hco?"  Tho alb Is a long garment of white
incn reaching to tho ground. It signiflos
ho spotless purity of soul whioh tho cole-
want should carry to tho altar, and it also
recalls tho mocking garment with which
' .ing Herod clothed tho Saviour when he
tont him back to Pilate. The alb is fastened
'itli a girdle or cincture, which represents
he ono worn by Christ, who, after tho Jow-
sh fashion of the timo, bound His clothes
Ivitli a girdle.  Tho cincturo is also au cm-
lom of tho rope with which the Saviour was
louud to tho pillar aud scourged.
Tho maniple, which is of tho same texture
is the chasuble or outer garment, is worn
in tho loft arm. In tho early ages of the
■hui'ch and in tho warm countries of tho
last the priests carried a littlo cloth on tho
oft arm as a handkerchief, and at length
1! iccamo from custom partof tho sacred vest*
nents.   When a Bishop is celebrating mass
io removes tho manipio from tho arm just
loforo tho offertory, or the principal por-
lon of the sacrifice.  Tbo stole, which Ib tho
oxt garment put on when vesting for tho
elcbration of tho mass, is a long and nar-
ow band, enlarged at either end.  It is
laced on the neck, crossed over tho breast,
.nd fastened by tho girdle.   Bishops do not
ross tho stole  It is a sign of spiritual
owcr und authority, and for that reason a
ricst nover administers ono of the sacra-
lents without the stolo, and the Bishop,
|*~ ,-licn administering holy orders, places it
n tho nock of tho postulant as a badge of
piriual aiUiority.
Tho chnsublo is tho last or outer garment.
ut ovor tho hoad it hangs down boforo and
chind.   On the back is tho flguro of a cross
I *> remind the people of tho cross of Cal-
l„ ory, and in front ia a symbol of the pillar
3 which Christ was bound and scourged.
• b represents tho purplo robo of derision
■ith  which tho Koman soldiers clothed
hrist.
Tho garments and ornaments worn by
ishops aro moro numerous than thoso used
v priests. Tho sandals which woro worn
olden times havo been dispensod with,
vail is placed on tho knees coming up to
in breast, tho purposo of whieh is that tho
ia hop may placo his hands upon it so as
it to soil tho vestment. Hn woar-t n cross
l bla breast—tho pectoral cross—hanging
om bis neck. Incased in tho cross aro al-
■uys Bomo sacred relics. In putting it on
.'taking it off ho always kisses it to show
is lovo and revcronco for tho crosB of
,, hrist. After tho alb ho puts on tho tunic
r id then tho dalmutiea. Tho surplice is
orn by tbo inferior clorgy, lho tunic by
to -iiibdcacon, tho dulinntica by tho deacon,
ie chasuble by tho priest, but tho Bishop
oars all, to Bbow that ho has power over
1 tho clergy. Tho Bishop noxt puts on tho
oves to signify tho prudence and disoro-
ji on ho should use in the exercise of his
jM liscopal powers. After tho chasublo is
iitit on tho miter is placed on his hoad by a
i lacon. This he must romovo whon ho ap-
■oaehes tho altar to Bay mass. Tho tiara
orn by the Popo has also to bo rc-
.oved when ho celebrates mass, Next
aues tho ring, omblomatio of Christ's es-
>usal with tho church. Tho pastoral staff
emblem of apostolic authority. The Pope,
tough ho is Bishop of Homo, bas no crozicr,
•cause its flrst Bishop, St. Fetor, history
lys, gave his crozior toanothorto work
ivacles, and novor used ono aftor that.
The pallium is a garment worn only by
rchbishops, primates and patriarchs dur-
ft Divino service It goes around tho
3ck and shoulders, It Ib always made of
to wool of lambs blessed in St. Agnes1
hurch in Rome.
,Tho colors used in the vestmonts at differ-
it times of tho year are fivo in number—
hite, black, red, green and violet. Whito
used on all joyous festivals, the groat
lasts of tho Redeemer, tbo Virgin Mary
ad tho eminent confessors of the church,
ilack is tho color ot death and at funerals
nd masses for tbo dead, and on good Fri-
ay it is the color used. In cose of a child
jl Mo dies beforo tho ago ot committing sin,
.j nd when a mass is said for it, whito ia tho
" olor worn. Red is used on all tho feasts of
ho martyrs, who shed their blood for tho
aitli. It is also worn on Fontecost Sunday
n memory of tho fiery tongues with which
ho Uoly Ghost descended on tho apostles.
)n all Sundnva and forias pretending to
he Holy Ghost green is used, oxcept in tho
■nse of Pentecost. It is symbolic of tho
jrecn which covers tho earth, and tho various plants, herbs, oto., that aro tho nourishing principle of all lifo as tho Holy Ghost
s tho principle of all our good thoughts and
ictions and glvos everlasting and perpetual
youth to the ohurch. Violet Is tho penitential color, being nenrest thu color of ushes,
and is used during Lent and Advent.
Land Division In China,
Land in China Ib divided into moro holdings than any other land in tho world. It
takes but a vory small piece of land to support a Chineso family. The Chinese are tho
closest and most thorough cultivators in tho
world.  Fiold hands in China aro paid $ 13
per annum. Tho Xood is cooked by tho cm-
\ ployer. With  his food  ho,is furnished
[    struw, shoos and freo shaving—tho last a
I { matter whioh a Chinaman never neglects
for any groat length of timo whore it Is possible to seouro tbo luxury. It costs about
H a year to clotho a Chinaman. Much of
tho land in China is divided up into gardens
of areas as small as ono-sixth of an aero.
Tho Turning-point of Lovo.
Thore is a turning-point in tho lovo ot a
wife for a husband which should bo cnro-
fully watched. In somo it occurs early,
long beforo thirty, especially if tho matoh
woro ono of impulse or family .convomenco;
but in the majority of instances its appear-
unco manifests itself about the approach to
tho middle ago of 'woman—from thirty-five
to forty-two. Thero Ib a revulsion ln tho
whole moral and mental bolng-a kind of
chilling, cold indifference, which tho slightest unkindnoBs on tho port ot tho husband
at onco kindles into a flnmo, It is difficult to
account for this transitory condition, but
thoro ia muoh proof that a woman loves
twice,
Thankful In Adversity*
A femalo Mark Tapley, aftor a life df toil,
found herself an inmate of un alms-house.
Reviewing hor trials Bho said her husband
had abused hor, often beating hor, but tho
Lord was good and took him away, Whon
her son grow up ho also was uultlud and
abusive, but tho Lord was still merciful and
carried him off with on attack of pneumonia.
Sho had mueh tobo thankful for in hor old
ago; Bho hnd two tooth loft, and, thank tho
Lord, they woro opposite oach other,
It Makes
You Hungry
VI have used palne's Celery compound ana il
has had a salutary
effect. ItlnvJgorat-
ed the system antll
feel like a new
man. It Improve*
tho appetite and
facilitates digestion." J. T. core*
land, Primus, 8.0.
Spring medlcbiemeansmorenow-a-dn>**3thaa It
Old ten years ago. The wlntcrof 1985-S3 hasleft
tho nerves all fagged out. Tho nerves must be
strengthened, tho blood purincd, liver and
bowels regulated. Palno'a Celery compound-
the Spring medicine ofto-day-doee all this,
as nothing else can. Prescribed by Physiciant,
Recommended by Druggists, Endorsed by Minister^
Guaranteed by the Mamtfaeturm to bs
The Best
Spring Medicine.
"In the spring of isst I was all run down. 1
would get up Inthe morning with so tired a
reeling, and was go weak that t could hardly gel
around. Ihuuglita bottle of Palne's Celery compound, and before I had taken It a week I felt
very much better. I can cheefully recommend
It to all who need a building up and strengthening medicine." Mrs. B. A. Dow, Burlington, VU
Paine's
Celery Compound
[8 a unique tonlo and appetizer. Pleasant to
the taste, quick in its action, and without any
injurious effect, It gives that rugged health
which makes everything taste good, it cures
lysnepBla and kindred disorders. Physicians
prescribe It. ii.oo. Six tor S6.00. Druggists.
WRU-B-BiaUBDSON&CO.,    .   MoSTKlit.
OMMOM DYES ABtfiSStA
uenreo rmfB^SSSSSSt
WANTED.
-jocii on five aoon stonemasons.
Jf   Apply lo ACKKHMAN Bt!OS.,
<IJel8tc New Westminstor.
Notice to Cannerymen I
THOS. LEVI'S CAHF1LLINC PROTECTOR
MAY BB OBTAINED ON APPLICA-
tlon to E. 8, SI 01 LLAlt A I'O.
Any person or persons found uslngthom
withont tlio patent stniiiii-vlll liiiproso-
ou'etl. THOS. LEVI.
Now West., 27th Mny. 1889.       d-nyETml
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH MILK
Delivered Dully to Customers in all purts
of the City.
Hotels mid Restaurants supplied nt Special Kates by the year.
FRESH ECCS
Delivered at Market Rates.
Orders left nt M. Sinclair's will bo
promptly ntteuded lo.
WEAVER * WOODWARD,
djolilyl Proprietors,
BAZAAR
The .sisters of Bt. Ann's Convent will
hold a Bazaar of
FANCY & USEFUL ARTICLES
 ATTHE	
DRILL  SHED
 ON	
June 25,26 & 27.
KEI'RESHMENTSot nil klnils will bo
served, commencing ut noon on enoli
■Iny. djeistd
tarirlHdk^l,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
WISH TO INFORM THE PEOPLE of
New Westminster thnt thi-y hnvu
re-open Gil lho storo lately opon pled hy
Messrs. Woods, Turner ft Gamble, and
nro now prepared lo execute nil orders for
comls'ln**; nt i
signs from 12iii-op--i-m Markets
MR.-T. A. MnDOUOALL will attend lo
tin-cutting,and is n practienl mechanic
of twelvoyears'oxpftrleneoin ihe United
stiitus; nlsn two yours un foreman for
Messrs. Oreg? A son, of Victoria.
Satisfaction ganrantccd.
Colimbia Street, Opposite Baiik of Montreal
M.A.McRAE
Merchant 1 nilor
DEAUTII'-UI, RANGE OP
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Btrlpod and Cheek
for spuing and summer.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Colombia St.,   -  Nsw Westminster.
.   dwnih'JRio
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE   BAROAINS
—ix—
Suits tt Pants
&
TA1L0R1NQ ESTABLISHMENT.
Wo are selling the best of
English. Scotch & French Goods
At prices nwny down Cheaper than
Ever.
Onll and examine mid -wo nre nntlslled
that you will buy boforo you leave Mm
Btoro,
AU work guaranteed.
dmhlyl N folnmbU UtreeU
a^OTICOEL
DUniNO MY ABSENCE FROM THE
city Mr. Newton A. Willie will linvo
i-inu'iit'of my biiBluoss, anil lias Authority
tocollt-t-t nml discharge nil nccouulfl in
connectlun therewith, etc.
ft. II. WEBB.
Kew Wostminstor, June 0,1880,    dje0m2
FLAG  MlSSei^C.
A LARUE ITNION-JAHK BORROWED
(mm th«* Mori-hauls' Hotel for decor*?
alive purposes on tlio occasion of theciti-
jseti'K bull tu I.lent.-Uovernur Nelson in
HoriliiK'H Opera Mouse, over n yenr ago,
has never be* n returned. Tbo party in
possession of itii.-i llat* will confer a lasting
favor hy delivering the same without
delay nl tlm above-named hotel.  dje21wl
TO ARCHITECTS.
TJIANB AND SPECIFICATIONS WILL
J. bo received by the undersigned for
the buildings to bo erooted for tho provlnolal exhibition on Queen's pnrk. Size
uutl class of buildings required and all
other particulars onu be obtained on
npplleiillonto
THOS. CUNNINGHAM,
Chnirninn Pnrk Committee.
Westminster, Juno 17,1350.        djel7lc
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
QAWMILT, OWNERS, LOGGERS, nnd
p others are notlued tlml our steel
'■tig-bout,
"TBFIO,"
Will bo rendy for work ubout Ihe 1411, lnsl...
nml wo aro prepmed lo enler inlo eon-
tmcls tor nil   kinds of towing, lightering, Ac.
EVANS, COLEMAN * EVANS,
dmydlfi Vuni'ouvor, B. 0.
IRemoved from Saab oil to Viotoria]
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,
dmhSOmO VICTORIA, B. 0.
THE WESTMINSTER
PouItryYards
JOHN S. COX, Prop.
Mglit llvnhtnna,
Partridge Cot-lihlim,
Plymouth Kocki,
White face Bl'k S|innt<il>
White Crested, Black   nnd Go hi m
Poland i.
Hoi-dans.      Sllvei-iieiicllltd   Ham-
burgs.
Bluek. Ued and Flit tinmen.
Toulouse Geese,     Houeu Ducks.
T
SEMICEJULL
IIU nEOINTKRED 1'KniaitEE HOL-
HTEIN BULL,
Gugertha Prince 5,
Will stand for service tills season ut D.
MePlnulon's Garden, Edinburgh slreet.
Terms reasonable.
Milch Cows for Sale.
Kum Hino,
Mnnugor.
1*. MePHADEN,
Proprietor,
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
EOTAULIHUEII 1S58.
M. R. SMITE & CO.,
MaiiufaotnrurH of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Anpointinonl to Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, the Dominion Government, Ae.
Medal nml Diploma awarded nttlie Colonial and luillan Exhibition, London, I83R.
KAOTOHY—Niagara hi., James Bay.
OFFICES-fi7 Fort st., Viclorln, 11. C.
dnnSmfi
Tins Fine Townsite, at tliu Kresh-Water
Junction of the
Southern Railw'y
13 Mill'-*' Uikvi- Hi-Hlnilnstcr.
Has jiiBt T>ceii Surveyed, and the Lots
nro for salo by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Of New Westminster IJ. C.
Tho advantages and prospects of this
Plot for a futuro tliriviug Town are
many.
Tho Land in tho vicinity is good.
Thero aro inoxluuistililo IRON OKE
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, immediately adjacent, at welt nn vast strata of
the finest BUILDINO SAND and POT*
TKUY CLAY.
On tho Townsito are a number of valuable MINBUAL SPRINGS.
Communication by land nud water is
unequalled, by rcasnn of the location of
the Townsite on the Frnser Rivor and
tho Southern Hallway, whilo tho natural
elevation and lay of the laud can not be
excelled as a situation for a tine town.
Tlio ground Is opon and clear of heavy
timber.
The sita has boon selected as ono of
tlio most important statio s on the
Southern Railway, nnd with the completion of thn road, in tho near future,
must, with all its other advantages,
spring into prominence at onco.
Thoso who apply early will have tho
pick ot tho Lots,
A clear titlo given with every purchase.
Parties wishing Lota enn apply as woll,
on tho premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
ilnij'Oto BROPimrroR.
W. 0. LOYE,
Ueimlrlnc Neatly  Done.   Cork Sole
Worki* f-peclalty.
e*s-ordcrs promptly attended to.
C1d.i-u-.oii St., lnrenrof Colonial Hotel, next lo Kami Ilros.' offlce.   dncltc
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JUNKING!?,
(I-ATK OK ENGLAND'
Corner of Church and Columbln Streets,
NEW WEHTMINBTER.
■uvRnllsfnetlnn guaranteed,     dwfc7tc
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOUGALL
COLU.MUIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
tttr Hal isfiieil'in (fuarantootl,      <lapl:it*
M, Mill-Jongs
FRESH CAUFORNIA AMD LOCAL
Fmits & VegetaMBS
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
ilJeSlto
THE THOROUGH-BRED STOKE-POGIS
JERSEY HULL,
"Governor Moody"
Will stand for fowled this season atPel-
linm Daily. New Wt-slnilnsli-r, whero the
beautiful iolsxt this superb animal can be
seen and Inspected,
A few calves for snle.   Terms reasonable.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
Ualfu Booth, Proprietor.
Miiuuj-cr. dmyMo
Corbett «& Kennedy,
manukaotuiu:!:.1-  IH'-
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON
WEBSTER'S BIO'IH (UP-S'I'AIUS),
Fkost Stiieet,       New Westmiksteii.
AVINU .HIST OPENED IN THIS
__ ubnve lint', wo rcsi»>etfully solicit a
share of tho trade, uutl trust, by ei'.retui
attention to onloi-s and ino it-rule cliiirties
to merit tho sumo. Experienced workmen; sullsfiictlon KiKii'iilileed.
Estimatesfurnlancd forQnlvnnl*sed Iron
Cornice, I'oiilWif,', I'lumlilmf, Uiis-fllliug,
Stenm nnd Hot Water Hfutlng.-ftc.
user Enlrimce to pvemlst-s on Mury ■•)-,
In rear uf Hani- of B, C. dwmhlllc
Tl SMOKERS.
IP YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
ICIGAIt, ASK FOB THE
BRITISH LSON
HENRY LEE,
.tSTTliey are not only made of tho
Choicest Tobacco but they are of
BSonic Manufacture, nnd should be
patronized by ull good citizens.
WM. TIET1EN, Manufacturer,
iici.niiooit nuiLDiNu,
OOLUMBIA STBtET,        NEW WESTMIMBTER.
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
A WELL-SELEuHD STOCK OF
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
LUNDBOHM'S BLOOK,
.'olumliln Slrrel,       New w.slmlnslpr.
nnldwiy
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED TENDERS WILL BE UK-
ceived by the lion. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works up to noon of
w-dnof-d-iv. IQtli July-for adtilllous and
alterations lo the Provincial InsnnoAsy
Imn, nt New Westminster.
Each tomlt'r must bo uoeoinpnuled by
an aeeopleil imnk *-tiei|ue for n Bum equal
to (Ivo par cent, of the atnpunt of lhe lender. iiindit|iitynblet«lhe lion. Chief Commissioner of LaniN nnd Works. Inthe
even! of a tmiitrnet lieimj let the ehei|ne
will he retained ns part. Heciirlty for ihe
iln-'t't'tfoiinaneeiif the work. Thectn'tiue
will be reiurnetl to nnsuecessful eonino*
tttors,l)iitwlll hoforfeltcd by any bldd-jr
who mny deellnoto execute n eimtrilct If
callod upon to du so,
Plans and specifications can he seen mri
forms for tender obtained at, the otllce of
Geo. W. Grant, Eriq.,Architect, New West-
minster, or at the otlieo of the under-
slKiied, ■
Tho lowest or nny tender not necessarily
accepted.
W. S. GORE,
Snrveyor-Gcnei'iil.
Lands pud Works Department,
Victoria, II0., IDth June, 1889.
jjjjjcdgg
MortliBritisUMercantilB
insWange
OOMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Capital,    -   815,000.4100.00
Siiliscrlbo'lCulilliill, ns lit Hist D.o.,188«,
913^00,000. Klro Fnnil nnd Rpsnrvo, ,11,-
21-2,72(1.   Nol l'rPlnlnms, 18S8, *(*,,flllllfl10.
OF  LONDON.
rnpltal,    •    S0,733,OOO.0O
HATEH  AS   LOW  AS   ANY  OTHER
COMPANIES DOING  HUSINEBS
IN BltlTIBIC COLUMBIA.
J. Or. TjJ***.Q*CT*E3S
Agent for New Westminster City
and District. djeittta
To f <mI rtivi ors& Carpenters
rpBNDEJtS WILI* BE RECEIVED BY
i the undersign--, up to noon of SATURDAY, 2Ulli lust.. Mr lhe dlvM in; of
nerrliif-'s Jjujr.i House Into tenei,ieiits,
and other work. Pliwifl and s nee I Heat ions
can be seen at my oIHee, Mary Street.
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily
nccepted. •
O. W. GRANT.
New Westminster, June 7,1889,     dje"td
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry 3 MachineWorks
THE PROPRIETORS OK THESE
works have mueh pleasure In notifying their friends and the public Hint they
are now prepnred to receive and promptly
execute uny orders for wurk In tlielr line
with which thoy mny be favored.
A. IHcKELVIE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, B.C., Sth May, 1888.
 dwmyl2lo	
IT IS AN TJNDENIARLE FACT THAT
Temple of Music!
Is the Place to Buy Eirst-Clnss
PlfllOS am ORGANS
At htich Prices and Terms as will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer,
For prices nnd terms, npply to CARTER'S TEMPLE OK MUSIC.
Vancouver, II. C.
SWHaBlIngsSt.. West. dnplOtc
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANUFACTUKERS OF
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
^ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MIMA al Nortii Saimleli.
OFFICE* WAREHOUSE: Victoria.
dinh'2nm6
ff.L Leonard Co.
330.3311 COKIIOV' STREW,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers and Dealers In
MACHINERY
Ol'Al.I. DESOKITJON8.
MARINE WOrITa SPECIALTY.
dwdeMlo
Canadian Pacific Railway.
PACIFIC DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MASTER*-. OF VES-
selsnnd other CrnfL nnvlyntlnj' tho
B'rjisor River are cautioned to keep within
Mie liuoys painted Red and White, respectively, at tho Mission Bridge, as durum tho construction of tlio lirldee, unvl-
Kiiikm I.ftweon tlio hunks of the River
mul the Huoys!sdangcirons,owlnglopiles
beln;* driven there
H. ABBi.-TT,
Ocnernl Superluteiident.
Vancouver, B. C, 7th Mny, 1889.   dmyStc
NOTICE.
NOTIOK lft HEREBY Q1VEN THAT
80 days lifter thtte we Intend maklni:
applleatlou lo the t'liii-f Commissioner of
Lands and Works forn lease for ilmber-
inir purpose:' of Hie ftillowtr.-j deserlbed
lands, situated In Sayward Dlslrlct, Vancou ver Island:
CommencliiK nt n stake plaeod on the
\u.a shore of a small lako due southof
Lots , snyward District., about one mite
from south end of said lake; fi-oiice wr-s!
:,:iiclinins. theneesouth ■iilOcluilns, ibenee
eitsi. 6itQ chains, theuce north 7B0 chains,
tlioni'tt wesl ij'JO idiiiins, thonce soutli 210
ehalns, thenco east till chains, mora or
hss, to the above-mentioned lake, thenee
jii.'iiiKlerliifr al0"i* shore of said lako to
phi'.' ef t;oinincuecnient,—coiitaiiiinj* ab-
out BO-000 acres, more or less,
Royal City Pi,Asma Miu.s Co. Ld.
John Hkkdky, Manager.
New Westminstor, Juno th, 1S80.
dlljelm
- t "a: *ra-
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
ffiWMTf Ml, PROPRIETOR
J. J. WILSON,  -  MANACER.
Kuti'S, $1.00 and $1 .SO per Way.
AcconnlN'a TO ItOOM.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OD MONTH.
fcB'l'ni'tlfis supplied
I0E-0HEAM.
l-llli nil hii, is nf
iliiiylnili
Dominion Lands.
Tit YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
I pro*etnptlouor forrenl of Miiilngor
Orilislng Land, or buyinir Kami, MintiiK
or any laud from thn Domlnhni C-iovern-
ment",
00 NOT PAY CASH
But pay In SOX&X1P <""! stive 11
large discount.
Scrip cun bo obtniued In large or email
(■uiint.lties from
ALLOWAY &  CHAMPION
WINNIPEG*   MANITOBA,
OK KHOM
THK BANK OF BKITI8H COLUMBIA,
NKW WESTMINSTER
dwmhfitc
KSTABHSIIKll 185(1,
ROBT DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Nearl)' (ipposlle thn Monlal Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THB  LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
ftssortment of all ilcscriptlons of
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Famine., Restaurants, and StAunboata atthe
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM  PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
Ac,     -le..     Ae.
LEAVE ORDERS AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
tiioy ■'Hit;
J. W. WINGER
DEALEHIN
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
SAN JUAN LIME
Alwnj'B in Slock.
Orders loft, ut the C. P. N. Whnrf will he
prompt ly delivered. diuh-Utc
WM. H. VIANEN.
■WHOLESALE
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
JT5T Highest Price paid for Fui'3 and
Deer Hides,
Correspondence invited. 0*4.Telephone
Call No. 0. d-lUStc
DOUGLAS STREET
Foot of Douglas Stkeet, Near
Columwa Street,
J. FERGVSON, PROPRIETOR
FRl-'Sn   BREAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc.
Hotel nnd Reslnurant trade solicited.
AH orders   promptly ntteuded to nnd
delivered to nny part of tlio city.   dmh28y
B. C. Ho&nfflQ&tal Works
COD. COLUMDIA AHD CHU CI! SlS.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or Granite of Heat Quality.
CORNER     POSTS     AND    CURBING.
N. B.—-lust received—Hie finest assortment of Hf-ildi <.niulti-Moiinmi-iil-*''ViT
seen 11 British Columbln, whleh will be
sold al prlres putting roiiipulitltjii out of
I ho question,
dwmh2.yl ALEX HAMILTON- PBGP.
Rojal OotaMan Hospital.
rnENDERS WILL BE RKCEIVED BY
I    the undersigned until II o'clock p. m.
SATURDAY,'Will .Inup.  for  supplying
the Ho nihil from 1st July. IRHD.io Juno
notlLlWH), wlih the following article-:
BREAD, drown & while.
REEF. MUTTON.
FISH, fresh. M ILK, per gn I.
COAL, Wellington, screened.
WOOD, pine, live.     TEA, per Ib.
r..| I II. .*■-■ ll> RICE, peril'.
SUGAR;per 11). BROOMS, perdoz,
SOAP, li, C, per lb.   COAL OIL.
OATMEAL, H.C., pcrlb.
BUTTER, per lb., l-eel lu market.
ROUS, per doz,
BLANKETS (4-pt,) white, per pair.   ■
FUNERALS,
DRUGS, detailed lists of whleli can he obtained on application nt the hospital.
Neither   the  lowest nor   any   tender
necessarily accepted.
Maniples of ten, coffee, rice, soap nn-l
bromns obtained on   application 10 the
Mew'iml at 1 he hospital.
Two sureties of 3K0 onch will require 10
lUH-ompauy each tender.
[SlKiiod], W. 11. KEARY,
Hon. Sip.
New West, Juno 11,18611.        djol&td
TIME    CARD.
O.  __*.   Iff. CO.
The Fino Flrst-class
Str. William Irving
Will Leave the C. P. N. Co.'a Whnr*,
HTUBY
Tuesday.Thursday-SSaturday
AT 7 A. 51.,
•    FOR CHILLIWHACK AND WAY PORTS.
Itolnniiiifr livery
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When Riitllcleiit  Inducement offers she
will pi-oeeed to Jlol'E and on such
occasions will ]i\iv<- lier wliarf
al la m.
Connect Ing with I he'd. P. N. Co.'-jSuitiiier
for Victoria.
JtiBN IRVING, Mnnngor.
T. tt. IlRHiCS, AiiOlit,
New wostminstor,        dapsic
Time Table!
^KIOBERT DUNSMUIR
Leaves Westminster every Monday morning nl 1 o'ldoi'lt for Nannlmo, vill Vancouver, returning Tmsdny,
via Vancouver,
Leaves Westminster every Wednesday
al 7a. in. for Nana 1110 direct, ounceilng
wlih Island railway and Comox steamer.
Leaves Nninilnio for Vnneouvor on
Thursduysand Fridays and relurns same
days.
Leaves Nnnaimo on Sainrdny at 7 n. m,
for Wi'stiuinster direct.
For freight or passage apply on hoard,
ur loT. L, DniOGs, C. P. N. whnrf.     dto
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B.C.,
OFFEU FOIt BALE!
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOIl rOUI.TBY, *0.
Rice Meal,
FOR CATTLI3
dmhaema
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT ft SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses tt Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
JEST REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwto SI  Colin.na'bla Street.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LTOIIBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
SEJi-i-S"?*   UT
6ENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, (groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crocker^', Glassware, Ac.
-nXXUff'S     -fie     BOYS'     SUITS.
Grcnfc Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS,  POTATOES, LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
N. B.—Farm Produce bought ut market ratea or sold on commlj-elon.  -reorders
from the Imerlor promptly attended to. dwjettc
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Lii & MESffflT AGENCY, Ld.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,     ■
CUYLER A. HOLLAND, )
I
HEAD OFFICE, - 15 Seijeants In fleets,. - LOHDOH, EH6.
The Husiiicss of ALLSOP k MASON han been morgeil in the above Company
and will he carried on by the Company from this date iiu a goni-r.il Land Investment
and Insurance Agcniy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Uw Rates, Town 1,-otp and Farming
Lauds for Sale on easy termr*.
Victoria 1). C, Slay Kith, IW7. dwje7tr
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
ICMtorifc enrwCoHc. Conitlpatloti,
Bour Stomach, Dlarrhcea, Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, ttvl promote! dl*
''CMtorlkissoveU-^ptedtotihlldientliat I
Irecommendltaisnpeiiorto&syprcscripUon I
known to me."      H. A. Ancnun, U. D., I —gtadon"'
111 Bo. Oxford 6L, Brooklyn, N.t.   I WIttou** lajurloni medlaUca.
Tliu: Cektadr Cohpany, 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
TO CONTRACTORS
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE UK
reived by lho HonouralileChlef Commissioner of Lands und Works, np lo
noon of Wednesday. IQtli July next, front
persons experienced In well drlllin-' who
mny be desirous of undertak iniiciminiH*.
from tho Government (orslnklngonoor
more experimental Artesian Wells In
Yule District, D. C, wlih a view tn deter-
niinhiK tholr value for purposes of Irrigation,
Proposals miut stnto clearly nil condl*
lions und terms, stnto the kind of apparatus proposed to bo used, nnd Rlvo the
numenf two responsible residents of the
Province who are willing to enter Into a
hnnd to secure the faithful carrying put "f
any contract which may be entered into
Such information as may ho in posse."*
slon of the Lnnds and Works Depart men I
will be furnished on nppllcntlon to parlies
prop'ltdnij to contract.
1 W. B. nOHE,
Rurv- yor-Genrml.
Lands a Works Department,
Viclorln, H. C, lOth Juno, 188f>.  djelTid
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE SUUSCI'lliERS  AHE  NOW PRE-
.   FAKED TUTDUK OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Special Low Itatos.
Draying and All M ot tail*;
Done at Shortest Notice,
Dry Cordwoim! delivered to nny part of
the City.
Orders by Telephone will receivo prompt
atlentlon.
tftrHtnblcs nearly opposito C, P. It. Depot, Colum hia St., NewWostminster,
il.lallic       QILLEY BR08.   I'nei-a.
FeedJiveryiSale
staki.es.
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
•PH037 BIWEOB.
GOOD DHIVING ft BIDING H0H8EH
for Hire. Hacks cnll nl all Bteamers
aud Trains. Special nttentlon given lo
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Countnntly on Hand.
Ordors may be loft at tho Omce of Ma*
Ihersft MIUlKan,Commission Merchants,
Front Street, New WosL dao21to
3sro*rio*E3. •
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
1 linve applied lo (he Honourable
Mlnl-ler of the Interior for a license to cut
timber nn llie fo lowing described Dominion lands in New Westminster District,
British C'llumhhi. nor-onllng io the Pro*
Inclal Government survey:
soulli-ensl ',' Sootlon 28, Kouth-east Ji
Section 26, north half and soatU-we*t**|
Kei-lhui -.-I. In TownshipIflB, nnd Sections
29 and ;,0, in Township 29.
HENRY V, EDMONDS.
New West,,7th March,1889,        dje5ml
IMPERIAL
HRE INSURANCE CGMP'V.
1 Om BnoAn St. ami 16 Pall Mau,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES & OTHER
Ruihlings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and l-V.iiiiin,- Stock,
Ships in Port, Hnrhor or Doch, nml tho
Curgoes of such Vessels; also, Ships build
ini* ami repairinj*, Barges and otin'i Vos
sels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Gootla on board such Vcsucls, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foruign
Countries,
FKOM LUSH OK IMMAGB BT F1KR.
SubBuribcrl and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STQ-.
Rates of Premium and every informs-
tlon oan bo obtained on application t •
W. J. ARMSTBONU,
Agent for Now WestminBter.
To Sao Francisco, CaL,
BY WAV OF IHE
X.INB.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QUIOKEUIN TIME THAN ANY OTHRR
ROUTH BETWEEN
GRAND SCENIC HOUTE OF THE PACIFIC COAIT
PULLMAN   BUFFET 8LEEPER8
TOURIST'SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Soeond-Clnas Pai-
seiif-ers, attached to Express Tralni.
Faro from Portland to Sacramento and
san Franclsec— Unlimited, 125; Finrt-
clnss (Limited), 120; Second-class (Ll-
m It cd 1,815,
TIU-uIJOH TICKETS to nil points South
and East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES!
Citv Opkick, No, uu Cor, First ft Aldar
Htreet s;
Di'i-oTOkkick,Cor. F A Front Street!:
Portland, Oregon.
It. KOEHLER,       E. P. ROGERS,
Manager.        Awt-a.!1. AP.A*|t gailS iritish Columbian
Ttanrsday Even In*. June 37. 188ff.
ADVERTIS1NO RATES FOI THE DAILY.
Transient A<lvcrllRementB----PlrsMuser-
tji.ii, Wet*- per line solid nonpareil; euch
«iii.KBiineiiteons««uUvelnserlion(llct8.per
line. Ad.erllf'eiiients not inserted every
-jay-Ural insertion, 10 cts. per line; BUbse*
■input insertions, 5 cts. per line.
-mrnllni* Ailvcrtt*einenl8,-I,rnfession-
al or Business Cards-32 per month. Hpe-
ulal rates for general trade advertising,
according to space occupied and duration
of contract. ,   . ,
mm-nen miles, when displayed,ohargea
•<R per bent, less than translout mlvts, If
solid, chaixed at regulnr transient rateH.
-,0,'cIhI ftatlen among reading MRHer-
•'ii et-.. per Hue each Insertion. Specials
i.isfiicd by the month nt reduced rates.
Births, Marriages and Deaths,81 for ench
Insertion, Funeral Notices in conneetiou
with d-'atlis, 50 cts. each lui-ertion.
WEEKLY ADVEHTISINC RATES.
Trim-denl Ad vcrtlsenienls.-ftTst insertion, in els. per line solid nonpareil; sub-
Beqnent Insertions, 7 els. per line.
»u lux AdverllseinenlH.-l'iofessIon-
alI or Business Cardi-«1J» per month.
Special rates for general trade advertlslng,
WnflRliil Noticps, Births, Marriages and
Deaths, same rotes as Dally.
('uf* imisl hwiill melftl.iimUorlareoonti.
oil e-.tr.' rnto .MM lib idiargfid,
a-rPersons lending in adveitlscmenis
tthouhl bo i-.iivfiil l" kUitP v.heilierlbey
met. appear In il.e Daily Kdlllmi.oi the
Wcel.-ly.orl'oth. A llheri' rcdue.. on is
ni -Jo When liisi-md in both. Noit.J\ci-
t.seinent Inaerted foi' less than Bt.
suiiaciuBERa
Who do uot reoolvo their paper well
from the l.'arrlers ot   lliroiu;!i   lhe
oilice, will confer a favor by reportli
Kame to the oitlce of pnbi Icalloii at o
arly,
Post
g the
ce.
>\EW ADVERTISEMENTS TMSBAY.
To Contractora Li. \V. Grant
Farm for Sale Hand Bros.
Notice to Contractors \Y. H. Keary
City Taxes ,.... I). Kobson
Str.iwbori'io3 and Orearo, [oo-creoin,
etc., at tho "Club." *
All tho fash ion ablo iced beverages, at
the "Hub," next tho "Queen's."   *
Tlio Artillery will parade to-morrow
night.   A full attend-mco is requested
Russell's Restaurant, opposito the
American Hotel, open day and
night. e0m3*
Tho str. Uithet loft for Victoria
this morning with GO tons of freight
and 25 passengers.
Tho str. Irving left for Chilliwack
this morning with 35 passengers and
30 tons of freight.
200 lots on the Thome road, from
$65 upwards nt glO per monlli.—W.
Reidt, Front street. *
To Building Society members six
■weeks hi arrears: What's the mutter
with the line notice 1 *
Seo our cheap lino of Ladies' i buttoned Kid Gloves, black and colored—-
only 50 cts, per pair, for cash—at Jas.
Ellard ACo's. *tc
The timo of receiving taxes, with rebate, has been extended till Auguat
lat, owing to the lato dato on which
tho notices were issued.
Look out for the great sale of lots in
the town of Seattlo, ut the Mission
Bridge, on June lath next. For particulars, apply to Win. Reidt       *
Mr. W. H. Keury, hull, secretary of
the Royal Columbian hospital, is calling for tenders for the erection nnd
completion of the new hospital building.
The lacrosse cluh had a very successful practice last night, no tli Withstanding the rain. The young players nro
coming to the front rapidly and will
suou make a name for themsovo;,
Me3srs. McLennan & Lowry have
oblained tho contract for clearing,
grubbing nud grading Queen's park.
Their tender wns very much lower
than that of auy other competitor for
ihe work.
Referring to a gramatioal question
in tho Ne.m-Adcerii-wr, it correspondent snys that that that may havo
heen all right. In fact ho thinks it
ijuito probable that that that, thnt
thnt that that gentleman used, was
O.K.
In the report of last night's council
meeting, tho very interesting report
of ihe board of worka will bu found.
It will bo read with satisfaction by all
who nre anxious that tho street improvements should bo prosecuted without delay,
Certain rumura which have been cir- '
culiting quietly for a few dnys, hnvo
led a number of the "knowing ones"
to add to their posessionB another strip
of real estate. A numbor of large
transfers havo boen quiotly arranged
and it is snid several more aro on the
tapis.
Attention is directed to tho groat
auction sale of b'onJed and graded
stock fixed to oorne off nt Ontario farm,
Langley Prairie, on 28th Juno, full
particulars uf which will appear in
next Weekly Columbian. The
Me-sr-i Lines aro favorably known as
being good judges of horses nnd cattle,
nnd the salo in question will give nn
opportunity seldom offered of acquiring good stoek. 1.C0 acres of the bc3t
prairie land in tho provinco will be
offered for Bale by miction nt tho snmc
time and place. Mr. T, J. Trnpp will
conduct tho sale. td*
Tho St. Ann's convent buzmir wns
more largely patronized than ever today, nnd no groat has been tho rush
since opening that the ladies in charge
are completely tired out nnd will be
heartily glnd when tho closing hour
comes to-night. Hut thoy havo done
grand work nnd de-iervo the very high-
est credit for tlielr untiring efforts.
Tho usual luiii-h was served at noon today, and it was really excellent in
every particular. To-night tho bazaar
will be closed, and tho attendance is
exported to be larger thnn over.
t*t*m
DAILY BRI3JISH fldHMBUN. -NEW WEStBnKfigiEB, B. a, JTOE a?, lasfl,
vchvw vi~m 1H-
TbP Fall Exhibitions.
Tho Chilliwack Agricultural Association has lixed the date for its exhibition on Wednesday and Thursday, the
25th and 26th of September nwfc. The
Surrey exhibition will bo held on Monday, September 30th. Tho Delia exhibition, ns haa already been announced, will como off on Tuesday, October
1st. Tho date for tho provincial fair,
to be held at this city, published before, is Wednesday, Thursday, and
Friday, tho 2nd, "3rd, and -1th of
October next.
Victoria-Westminster.
Westminster will cross bate with
Victoria on the cricket field on Saturday, nnd a thorough good gain1.* may bo
looked for. Victoria has, hy considerable odds, tho best eleven in the province, tin eleven in fact that would
hold its own against anything in the
Dominion. It numbers nmong its
players men who havo plnyed in county
matches in England, and at least two
whose batting record would entitle
them to a place on the "All England"
eleven. Westminster hns not lho
good fortune to bo able to muster such
a largo number uf "top notch" players,
hut she hns an eleven which on Saturday lust showed n most stubborn do*
termination not to be Hokod, and this
same eleven will givo Viotoria a very
interesting day's play. The following
gentlemen hnvo been selected to represent tlio Royal city: Bovtil, Raymond, Armstrong, Clifford, Miles,
Dockrill, Rev. P. Woods, Read, Wurs-
fokl, Coulthard and Lewis. Spare
mun, Wilson and Hamber. Play will
bo commenced at 10:30 o'clock,
E.lmiNi!!-: Hiiht-1.
The licensing board met at 10:30
this morning. Present, Mayor Hendry (chairman) and Messrs. Jas, Cunningham, W. Wolfenden nnd George
Turner*. Tho following licenses were
granted: Stewart & Cash, Central
Hotel; L. F. Bonson, Liverpool Arms;
Thos. Levi, Amoricun Hotel; S.
Woods, London Arms; H. Kehoe,
Hub aaluon; Flora Miller, Queens
Hotel; A. J. Tolmie, Club saloon; R.
W. Mcintosh, Caledonia Hotel; P.
Bjllodenu, Depot Hotel; John Rankin,
Holbrook Houae; King <fc Kcery,
Eichkoff House* J. R. Brennan, Grotto Hotel; James Punch, Merchants
Hotol; H. Eiokhoff, Union Hotel; L.
Guichon, Cleveland Hotel; Mnry
Hogan, Telegraph Hotel; L. Pitlier,
Colonial Hotel; .1. M. Blaikio, Steamboat Exchnnge.
Tho applications of J. Brenter and
A. McLeod wero refused.
The application of Messta. Bell-
Irving, Patterson & Co , for n whole*
salo license, wns laid on the tablo for
2 weeks.
The board then adjourned.
I'oinid In llie Elir-Ii.
Last night it was reported that all
old man was lying by the roadside iu
the Queen's park, unablo t'j walk or
speak, and exposed to tho weather.
The police were informed of tho cir-
cumstauces, but did nothing, as it appears they nro not allowed to leavu
their down town bents nfter nightfall.
Mr. Moresby took tho mattor iu hanft
and offered to fij out and bring, the
man iu if the city would provide ii cmt-
irago. Aid. Curtis agreed to pay lho
hire of an express wagon, but not a
carringe. An express wagon could not
ha obtained, nnd tho poor oreacure
would p.'obably havo perished during
the night but for Mr. Moresby, Mr.
Goo. Armslrutig nnd another party,
who volunteered to *-o out nnd
bring him in. The ninu wus found lying on the ground under a bush, which
only partially protected him from the
pelting raiu. Ho waa too weak to
walk nnd hud loat the power of speech.
He was iaken to tlio city lockup and
given a comfortable bed, and to-day ho
wns admitted to tho Royal Columbia
hospital. It has been nsccrtuiued thnt
his name is Breemnn, and that he wns
u patient in the hospital some months
ngo.
The North Arm Knuil.
The North Arm Road, or rather imaginary road, for a pnek horse could
not be taken over it, is again brought
to the fore by a number of North Arm
farmers, who called nt The Coi-umlI-in
oilieo yestorday nnd asked that another appeal bo mndo fco have the road
opened fnr tradic. Tho road should
be opened before fall, nnd every pressure should bo brought to bear on the
government to have the work com
incuccd immediately. The dnily
steamboat service to tho North Arm ia
very convenient, but tho steamboat
charges, though reasonable, are a tax
on tho farmer which he ifl not always
able or willing to pay, and, consequently, much of the trade which would
find ita way to Westminster were tho
road open, now goes to Vancouver,
Mnny of the farmers say they would
rather trndo iu Westminster, having
been accustomed for yenrs to do so,
but their ia no toll on iho Vancouver
road and they arc going where it pays
b»at. Tho city council should take
this matter up nnd pu-h it earnestly.
The cost of opening the remaining portion of the road would not bo great
but when opened it menus very niairy
thousand dollars to tho trade of Westminster. The summer is well advanced and if anything is going to bo done
no time should bo lost.
At(he Crave,
The funeral of Ednn, the victim of
Sunday's tragedy, took plnco yesterday frjmi tho houso on Broughton et.,
whore a servico especially impressive
nud fitting was hold hy Rev. J. E.
Starr, lie referred briefly to tho sad
life and awful death ot the youug girl,
for whom he snid no, man nor woman
could feel ought but pity; and hia kind
words which camo straight from tho
heart went straight to the hearts of
his hearers. The magnificent ensket
'which enclosed tho body of the poor
iinfortuuato wna covered with a wrenth
of flowers, whilo tbe treasures of tho
hot-house mado fragrant tho death
room. Thu service nt the grave in the
stranger's plot in Ross Buy cemetery
was uibo conducted by Rov, Mr. Starr,
the companions of the dead girl and a
few sympathizing strangers following
the body to its unmarked resting placo.
— Wednesday's Culontd.
PERSONAL.
Rev. O.S. Eby, D.D., of Tokyo,
Japan, arrived by tho eastern train today. Dr, Eby lectures iu the Methodist ohurch this evening and expects
to sail for homo by tho s.s. Parthia tomorrow.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCastoria
An Old I'.iim'cr It-rowmil.
A letter received by Wesl Husoti
from Alert Bay, dated dune I7lh,
brings tho news of tho drowning of an
old man named J. 11. Conn, who was
working on the black mnd bench nt
tho northern end of Vancouver Island.
Ho and a Frenchman had come some
distanco down tho coast with a companion who wan dissatisfied with hia
work, and started back whilo n northwest wind was blowing. They hud
crossed over to Nawilti bar, nnd
reached tho river nbout n milo from
their camp. Tho boat enpsizad nnd
tho overcoat aud heavy boots worn by
Coon kept him down, nnd hia body
up to the timo of writing hnd not boon
recovered, Ilia companion ia Bnfe at
Nawitti awaiting some ono to bring
him to Cleckaoway. Tho drowned
man wns nn old pioneer of the province, und iu 1878 accompanied Mr.
Jos. Hunter, C. E., during his exploratory trip of Vancouver Island on
behalf of the Dominion government.
Strange to miy tho pnrty woro nearly
being drowned nt tlio vory samo plnco
during that trip. Mr. Coon nfterwnrda
lunBod Gavin Hamilton's mill tit the
150 Mile House, Cnriboo road, whicli
he operated until it wub burned sev-
erni'ycnrs ngo. He then interealed
himself in saving the gold from tlie
black sand deposits at Nawitti, but
with poor fliiccoBB, lie was in Victoria
ubout a month ago, but returned to
Nawitti, where he met his death by
drowning.—Colonist.
THE NEW HOSPITAL.
Sutirtlaclory   AiTtmccmciita ('mnplclcd
for (telling llie Oldlluspllal Kile and
I'm-llnc a New building Im-
mciltnlel-*' nt Sappcrluii.
The necessity for a now Ium'.ttul to
replace the present old and somewhat
dolupiduted Royal Columbian hospital
structure iu this city has long been apparent, but by nonuhas tho urgency
of the case been so keenly realized as
by tho untiring nnd faithful trustees
of tho beneficent institution above,
Messrs. Jus. Cunningham, Cf. E. Corbould, J. W. Harvey, W. H. Keary
(hon. secretary-treasurer), aud the
Hon. John Robson.
At the last session of tho provincial
legislature, it will bu remeuibored, a
bill wus put through tlie house, at tho
instance of tho trustees nbo/o mentioned, whicli the Hon, John Robson,
owing to his position in the house nnd
government, was ablo to materially assist itr passing, to enable the trustees
to aell tho present sito of the Royal
Columbian hospital and apply tho proceeds to erecting a now hospital uu a
sito situated on Mary stroot, between
Montreal and Pelham at loch, which
by tho same act wasoonveytd tothe
trustees for that purposo.
In pursuance uf carrying out their
intentions, the four trustees resident
in this city have been convening quite
frequently during the last fow weeks.
As n result of their deliberations it
was decided not to erect the now hospital upon tho site on Mary street,
—which, by tho way, comprises about
ton and a hnlf ncres—but, with the
consent uf tho government, to throw
thnt lnnd also into tho market, as well
ns tlie old hospital sito, nnd to erect
tho now building on a tract of about
five acres which the trustees negotiated to purchase from Bishop Sillitoe,
at Sapperton, for tlio sum of 34,000.
Messrs. G, E. Corbould und W. H.
Keary were appointed n delegation of
the trustees to wait upon the provincial secretary in tho mutter of this new
departure. Thnt gentleman declared
himself to be thoroughly in accord
with tho action of his fellow trustees,
and, as a mombor of the government,
consented to the disposal of tho hospital reserve on Mary street in lite
manner desired, aud promised to uso
his miluenco with the house iu (ho
niatter. Mr. W. H. Keary, ono of
die delegates und hon. sec.-ircns. of
the hospital board, speaks in tho highest terms of the cordial manner in
which tho provincial secretary met the
delegation and tlio important assis
tanco ho rendered in bringing nbout
the satisfactory consummation of the
wholo business.
Tho trustees hnvo nlso secured plans
aud estimates from iho various local
architects for u new hospital building,
to coat in the neighborhood of 810,000.
These plans were submitted to Dr.
Bentley nnd also to thu provincial sec-
rotary, and the judgment of tlio trustees waa confirmed in tho final selection n| tlie plan of Messrs. Clow A*.
Maoluie, Tendon* will shortly bo
asked oh these p!aii3 for tho const ruction of thu new hospital, whioh will bu
erected forthwith, as intimated, on tho
live acre sito secured for tho purposo
at Sapperton,
Thu old site, comprising six city lots,
will bu advertised for stile immediately,
by public auction, it is understood,
aud the trustees expect to realize
several thousand dollars by lho transaction, which will go toward (ho construction ot tho new building. Subsequently, tbo hospital reserve nenr tho
head of Mnry Btreet will bo divided
into lota and also placed tn the market, thus providing amplo funds for
the erection nud proper furnishing of
the new hospital, nnd throwing open
to tho public a largo number of exceptionally I'm-j building sites for residences, which will bo greatly appreciated, aud will bo a benefit to the city
as woll.
Tho sito upou which tho new hospital is to bo erected is .situated within
the recently enlarged city limits, nnd,
with its proximity to tho railway and
convenience of approach by n nearly
level road frum the centre of tho city,
constitutes a bettor location for tho
hospital than the site originally intended, nt tho top of tho rather steep grndo
of Mary street.
The trustees, and especially Messrs,
Ci'ibould and Keary and the Hon.
John Robson, who took tho most
native part in the matter, nro to be
commended for lho industry, energy
nud ingenuity they have displayed
throughout, und congratulated on thu
satisfactory results of tlie entire deal,
whereby a new nnd much needed hospital will bu erected without delay,
upou an incomparable situ, and ample
funds bu forthcoming for ils construction nud furnishing, whilo the city secures a goodly number of unrivalled
building silea.
lltils.imtiM'i- I'xnmhialtou.
The closing exercises of Miss Rogers'
division of tho central school took
place yesterday nfternoon, bet-inning
at 1:30 o'clock. A largo numbor uf
spectators woro present, among whom
wero Rev. Messrs. Jnuiioaon and
Scoulor, Mayor Hendry nnd trustees
McKenzie, Sinclair uud Calbick. Tho
scholars weru put through sen-ml exercises by tho teacher and gave general
satisfaction. At thu conclusion of the
examination Mayor llondry niudo tho
following presentationsi Certificates
for onlraiico to tho high school-—Vesta
May Baldwin, May Sybil Brown, Ella
May Douglas, Jennie Dyker and Constance Viotoria Clute; rolls of honor:
Miss Vesta Baldwin for proficiency;
Mias Jennie Dyker for punctuality and
regularity, and Miss Ella Bertha
Howay for deportment. Tho governor-general's medal, competed for by
tho pupils of the Nanaimo uud Now
Westminster public schools, wns won
by Misa Vesta Baldwin, the Royal
City thus scoring another point. Addressee wero made by tho Rev. Mr.
Scouler, Mayor Hendry, Messrs. McKenzie, Sinclair and McGregor.
Following is the Hat of promotions
to higher divisions:
From Miss Homer's division to Mies
Dockrill's: Girls-Elizabeth M. Boll,
Harriet M. Burr, Tussle Cunningham,
Maggie Cunningham, Muggio Gunn,
Marin Jones. Lily Miles, Joannotte
Peele, Lily Roid, Bertha Scott, Lulu
Small. Boys—J. Eugono Brown, Albert Chappell, Gurnet I*. Grunt, Chas.
Galbraith, Evorard S. Hicks, Duncan
E. II. McPhndcn, Caspar Levi, John
tt. McRne, Jamos W. Thornton.
From Miss Dockrill's tu Miss David-
aon's division: Girla-Mary Ellis,
Muud Hutlierly. Jessie Martniti,
Ademla Dunn, Edith Brown, May
Gray, Louiso Henloy, Lily'Hioks,
Laura Pittendrigh, Edna Burr, Janet
DeaBriiuy, Ethel Gardiner, Mabel
McAuley. Blanche Curey. Boys-
Donald Archibald. Harry Batohelor,
Jack Cotton, Michael Dunn, Banks
Jnckaon, AuguBt Wilcox, Calvin Hicks,
Stephen McLean, Gonrgo Wellwond,
John McOlughlnn, Goarge Hardy,
Fred Eiokhoff.     '
From Miss Davidson's to Mr, Dock
rill's division; Girls—Alice M. M.
Burr; Edith L. Douglas, Bessie Gilley,
Alico Hardy, Mnbel A. Harvey, Lucy
J. Hicks, Snrnh E. Hennesay, Mabel
A. Pittendrigh, Flora M. Robinson,
Mildred K. Scott, Kntherino Smith,
Lucv II. Trodden, Lillian E. Wood,
Edith A. Wood, Hilda R. Wood, Jon*
me Woods, Bertha II. Worth. Roys
—Wm. Archibald, Shelley M. Bowen,
R. Bryce Brown, John A. Calbick,
Georgo Digby, John H. Eiokhoff. F.
Wm. Fooks, Robert Haddon, Alfred
H. Johnstone, H. Georgo Loaf, John
A. McLeod, Frederic Nash, Harry
Robinson, Joseph P. Reid, Wm, J. G,
Woods.
From Mr. Dockrill's to Miss Rogers'
division: May Luhnm, Gertrude Rob-
Boiij Isabella E. McLeod, Katharine
M. Miles, Nellie P. Pride, Jessie
Smnll.
1-Yom Mr. DockriirstoMr. Coatham b
division: William E. Haddon, William H. Furness, Rout Harvey, James
Neil, Hugh Roll, Fred Brenchley, Arthur Herring, W. G. E. McQunrne,
Clifford W. Lord.
Promoted from Miss Roger's division
to high school: Vesta May Bnldwiu,
Mnry Sybil Brown, Ella Mny Douglas,
Jennie Dyker, Constance Viotoria
Clute.
Promoted from Mr. Coathnm's division to high school: Lloyd Murray
Grunt, Georgo Mortimer Mead, Duncan James Welsh, Richard Hambridgo
Millard, James Robert Sutor, Archibald Nowland Trow, Georgo Benjamin
Johnson.
The examination of Miss Dockrill's
division commenced ut 0:30 o'clock
this morning in the presence of a largo
number of visitors, principally Indies.
Abuut 50 scholars were present, and
wore subjected to a thorough examination ou tho different branches, with results both gratifying nnd satisfactory.
Several speeches were made by visitors
after which the rolls of honor were
presented by Rev, Mr. Jamieson to
Emma Ellis, for proficiency, CIulb Hennessey, for punctuality and regularity;
Edna A. Burr, fur deportment,
Mr. Contham's department was tho
next examined, uud, being tho highest.,
division, moro intorest wna nnturally
centered on it than on nny of the
others, nnd tho space allotted to visitors
wns fairly packed. The scholars woro
examined on evory subject which they
have been tutored in during tbo past
term, and a really excellent showing
was mndo. Mr. W. A. Duncan presented rolls of honor to Lloyd Grant,
for proficiency j Geo. D. Tinner for
punctuality and regularity; Frederick
Hill for deportment. Speeches wero
mndo by Mayor Hendry, trustees.
Duncan and Sinclair, Ruv. Mr. Jfttnio-
son und Col. McGregor.
SYRUP OF FIGS,
Produced from tho laxative nnd nutritious juice of California liga, combined
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to bo most beneficial to tho
human system, acta gently on the kidneys, liver and bowels, effectually cleansing tho system, dispelling colds and
headaches, nnd curing habitual coiiBti-
p-itiou.	
■STIion Bsby waa eick, wa gave her Cutoria,
Whon Bho waa a Child, olie crioil for Caatorla,
When she liceamo Mlsi, sho clans to Gutcrta,
When the had Childnn, sho give them Cos tori*
Notice to Builders
TENDERS WILL HE RECEIVED HY
tho undersigned np to.inly 1st for lho
erection of a T\\'u-sT<H'KY RESIDENOM
to bo built on Lulu Island, for Mr. W.
Carscallen.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily
nccepted.
Plans aud sneellicatlonscan he seen at
the otllce of       CLOW A MACLURE,
ilje2Qtcl Architects.
City Voters' List.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
llio Voters' List for the city of New
Westminster for tho yenr 1880 has been
completed and in posted up in the City
Clerk's otllce, where It will remain for HO
days from lhe flrat publication of this
notice, for examination hy nil persons
i!om-i-i-n»il. \ny pcr.-ioii who shall claim
to be niideii to ihe said Voters' Lift,or
any elector who shall desire lo have m.v
name craned ll-c-rcfroiii, must pr; fer his
or her request In writing,signed .tlilihls
nr her name, statins the wurd In which
he or slie li.lnii'.'.s. uinl must deliver said
i-i (|iii'sl.oi'i':iuse the same lobe delivered,
to tho City Clerk within HO days from the
tlrst publication hereof, whleh llr.jt publication was made lu the British Coluh-
niAN newspaper un thn 01 h day of June,
1889, D. ROlHON,
City Clerk.
Dated Alii June, I8.-0. djelltl-law
GrttJLlXlD
Harrison Hoi Springs
DOMINION DAY
MONDAY, .TOLY 1, 1889.
Under the auspices of tho Y. l'. ft, C. E. of
theiiaptht Churoh.
The Str. ADELAIDE
Hi-h been chartered 'or the occasion and
will leave Kwcii-h wharf at 7o'i*locl( on
Monday morning, .Inly 1, for Harrison
Hot springs, return I tig the same evoning.
TlokalK, Si! each ihulies free), may be
procured ut IJegijH A Heard's tailoring es-
tHlillsliment IllCXt door lo Dickinson's
hutcher sliopiniMl ut I), Lyal A Co.'s hook-
store, dJcKld
5*-#p^ss
A Pleasing Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follow*- tho uso of Syrup of Figs, as it
nets gently C11 the
Kidneys, Liver 9 Bowels
Effectually Cleansing tho System -when
Costivo or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and permanently curing
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION
without weakening or irritating the organs on which it acts.
For Bale In 70c lmttln-t by nil Lending
Druggists.
uAKtrnortJHi'U om..* bt tub
OAuroBWAriasYEUPOo
__        But tiuam, OAL,       „.
%oonm_t, Kv„ Nsw Vows.*.
Farm for Sale.
LOF 27, BLOCK 4 NOBTII ItANOE 0
West, Lulu Island, lit » Imrgitln.—
Apply to RANDBKOB.,orEn\VAl'Il A.
8HAKPK, Lulu Jslnnil. ilwjetfml
City Taxes.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH A REfrSOLU-
1 tlon of tho City Council, passed on the
i!'llh inat., all City Taxes on real estate for
the current year will he aubject to a rebate
of 25 per cont. if pnld before tbo Slst July,
pros. This icbntc does not npply to nr-
reara or debenture rates.
D. ROHSON,
City Clerk.
City Clerk's Offlce,
27th June, I68U. jo27dwlw
To Contractors!
mK-NI.IWS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
X nie undersigned up tc noon on Tlim-H-
da-f, -lib July, ror the eroc'lon of n
TWO-STORY DWELLING:
On Agnes Stroot for Chas. McDonough,
Esq.
Finns nnd specifications nt my offlci.
Tho lowest or nny tender not necessarily
nccepted.
G. W. GRANT,
Architect.
Westminstor. June 27,1880. dje27ld
NOTICE TO CONTRACTOES
SEALED TENDERS WILL BE RE*
ceived by the Trustees of lho Royal
Columbian Hospital Company up to noon
of SATURDAY, ''oth July, for tho erection nnd completion of n Hospital on Lot
■1, Block 2, Suhurbs of New Westminster.
Each tender must be accompanied hy
nn nccepted bank cheque for a sum equal
to llvo per cent, of the amount of tlie tender, made payable to the undersigned, In
tho event of a contract being let tho
cheque will be retained as part security
for ibe due performance of tho work.
The cheque will be returned to unsuccessful competitors, but will be forfeited
by nny bidder who may decline to execute a contract if called upon to do so.
Plans nnd specifications enn bo scon
nnd forr.-s for tender oblnined nt tho offlce
of Clow ■£ Maclure, nrolilteets, New Westminster,
The lowest or any tender not neco«aarlly
accepted. W. II. KEARY-
Hon. Secretary.
Royal Columbian Hoapltal,
New West., 27th .1 lino, 1880,     dje27td
I.W.S.S., Annual ieeting
11HK ANNUAL QENE1lA.Ii MEETING
or the Shareholders of the New Westminster Southern Hallway Com puny will
lie belli at tlielr oillces, Ni w Wesiniiii-i-r,
on Tuesday the Hid dayof July, l-^H.at S
o'clock p.m. T. J. TRAl'P.
djclltd Secretary.
Kindergarten School.
MISS DRUMMOND WILL OPEN THE
above fo   children from 3 yeara of
ngo, Jltlio 10th,1889.
Trhws-$3 per montli.
Carnarvon Streol,   directly opposite Uio
Prc'livterian   Church,   New Wesl ml lister, B.C. ilJeSml
W.J.WALKER&CO.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
[Telephonic No. 55.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, EM LAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
Lon don and Lane nature Fire nnd
Brltlili Umpire Life Inmrance
Cour-unnles.
New Westminster Dull ding Society.
Accountant-a Olllcc, Diocese of N.W«
City Au-Utofn, 1S80, 1K87 and 188B.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE OITY AND DISTRIOT,
and ol her monetary transactions.
Have aeveral good Investment1* on their
hooks, and all now comers will do well to
call before doing business elsewhere,
dwlidely
Portland-Westminster!
THE STEAMSHIP
IDAHO
ILL SAIL FItOSI PORTLAND I'OB
New Westminster on
Thursday, June 27th.
For freight, An., npiily to
JAMES WISE,
Front Street.
Now West., Juno '.5,1880.        il'cElc
w
Gr IR _E -Au.
SALE
Commencing Monday, June 24th
OGLE, CAMPBELL & FREEMAN'S,
The Leading »ry Goods House,
MASONIC BLOCK,       -       NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwtc
SUMMER COATS,
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
-AT-
Ogle, Campbell & Co's
i
Jas. EllardsCo
IVIIJI.    OJET'aT'ESMK.
For the Next Four Dais
THEIR  REMAINING  STOCK OF
PARASOLS
FOE GASH,
ikt   Cost,   I'o  Clear.
Jb - U-R-A.K.JSJ
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK  OF MONTREAL.
dtc
Next Door Bank of Montreal,
R. d. ARMSTRONG,
DSALBB   X2ST
Choice Family Groceries I
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Ija*brad.or herring's,
Mackerel, Salt Ood,
JLx_-__.o\_.x'e TTnc. XZ.exa.__i.
^t^x-caoxir's TJnc. Bacon..
"Fiovix. "Bxaxi. Slioxts,
WHIOHESr PRICES PAID POR PARM PRODUCE,
aowwiy SooHllar-Armr-trong Blook, Columbia St.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WAHSi, M.
BEST QUALITY,   EASTEEN PRICES,
A full line of Spectacles A Eyc-Glasscs in steel, rubber, silver art ^la-
frames.   Tho finest Pebbles mado, $4 per pair; nil sights suited.
Special jttantion given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having loarm... tlm
business thoroughly from somo of the finest Horologors in England, and slnoo thon
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a fow of the best firms on tho continent of America, Ib a sufficient guarantee of good workiuanslilji. Formerly manager for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savago K Lyman, Montreal.
I'linrges Moderate, _■' .        ,
Montreal, Dec, 1887.—Mr. F. Crake—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, saysi "I novel' found a Watohmaker who did so
woll for me as yon did when in Montreal, and I am sorry yon are not here to-day.
dwapmto
Wholesale and Eetail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GROCERIE
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S.    ■     Columbia Sxreet.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS fi HISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
Wi&Gi
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
HIGH-CLASS
DRY GOODS
 A3STD	
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
ilwlo
BON MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER & SHADWELL.
dwsoato
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