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Array SoT-mmontPi-intin-! of
VOLUME 6
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. tt, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 8, 1889.
NUMBER 136
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
T. O. ATKINSON,
nA.nnisT**B,Bouomiit,*n. ontos-
13 Masonic jluildlng, New WestminBter,
BTo. dwlc
AllMS'l'ttONO A, KOKSTKIKi
ABRISTERS,;S0I.I0IT0U8._.ET0,
' 13' Masonlo nuliuTnij,
. ster, B. 0.
Now WoBtmln-
thymy'to
- W. NO-MIAN BULB. 1. C,
•DABBisTEB-AT-LAW.L.lNI'AOEN'''
h Money to Loan. Ollleo-Olarlison St.,
Now Wostminstor, B 0. (H°
t'UUUOILU. He,'....-, A .Hit*.
BARRISTERS, SOLICITOUS, otc.  Oillces—Masonic Buildings, Isow West-
| minster, and Vancouver, B, C. dwto_
A. 0. BltYDONE-JACK, M. A ,
NUTABY PUBLIO, UONVEYANOEK,
&o.  Barrister ol the New BrunswlolE
 mo rionrl-   Oflleo   lu the Hiimley
, opiioslto tho Col-
  dapBto
JOSEPH E. OAVNOll, U..' ..I.I..U.
3   riOLD MEDALIST of lho Unlvo-Blts ol
_   \_\    Dublin.    I1ABEISTER-AT LAW Ot
T the High Court of Illation, Ireland. Oillces,
Comer MoKou'-lo ,t Olarkson sts., Now
I Westminster. <lwfe2lto
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of tie test makeBi t'ross-cilt & IllllHl-SaWS,
Barlieu Wire for Fencing, and all tlie necessity Utensils 'or Farinlniri
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Btocks, Itopc A Cbaiu in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar & Oakum; 'l'anod and Phin Paper fcr Bnlldiugi Paints & Oils
In all colors', Liquid Paints in -ll sliudcs; Floor Paints ready to use; Grind
Stonesi Waif Paper in all imm, Brooms A Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating Oils) Traps ol all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
t_r Speoial attention given to .rdors by mail.
dwjlyStc
T. J.
:k^*p*p so ao.,
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
C. II. OATfUVOOD, D.D.B.,
SURGEON 5ENT19T--A Graduate  of
ttie Baltimore Dental College, lu pre-
] purcd to do nil kinds of Dental work.   Of-
1 nee over McLennan & MeFeely's linrd-
( ware store, 18*1 Cordova St., Vancouver,
B, C. tlujiiMto
is. W. ustANT*
. RCHITECT.   Ofilee-Coi'llbr Mury and
\   Clarkson His.. West minster,    dwlo
GLOW -V. MAiitaillK,
f   A ItCHITKCTS.    nilhic-Hoom E, over
I A. Hunk of ll. a, Columbia Btraot-West-
muster, jlto
WllililA*!!  II. K.NU,
\ A nCIIITI-'.CT.RAMlTARYENaiNEER,
f,J\  ko.   Removed tnArmstronti-s Block,
^Columbia Hiroet.   Westminster—-Room
|No,2. dto
IV. TUIBAUDHAU,
AND SURVEYOR ANDDUAUaHTS-
mau. Ilnmlcy lllock, Nov? Wcstmln-
  -        d my 151c
|L'---
Sster, 11. II.
A. I'. MITrON,
STXOMINION AN], PltOVINCIAL LAKD
IJ SURVEYOR. Olllco: Boom D,Bunk
of B. 0. biilldlng, Westminster, B. 0.
U. I'll TlIMMtlCII,
1'IIBAL ESTATE BROKER nnd County
.l\ Court Aeenl. CommlBBlouor. Notnry
I Public, Ac. Rents collected, oilice—Me-
SKenslo Street, New WeatmlnBter, 11. C.
GRANT & MACLURE.
Boots & Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
T. .T. TIIAPP,
K A UOTIONEEH AND APPRAISER.
fiA Colnmbla Street, New Westminstor.
I'Alt commiHKlons will receive prompt
luit.I cureful iiit.-utlou, Bou references
[-■giveu wlion required, mlil2-to
TURNtQR, II MIS TON A CO.,
ITITERCHANTS. Wharf St., Vletoila,
IJjjl AgentH for North BritlHh and Mer-
Koantllo Inmirnnco Co. for Mainland. H.
■f-C. Bki-tos A Co.,30 Klnslmry Circus, ton-
Idon, E. C. dto
[MAJOR & PEARSON
Renl  Estate Brokers nnd
Financial Agents-.
1 AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life Association of
Toronto,
Itoynl and Lancashire Fire Inenr-
aiioe Coinpaulea.
„ wuValriablo Lots for sale in tlm City
Mnnd District of Westmlnnter; and choice
HLota In llio City of Vancouver.
' Persons wlfihllig to buy or sell city or
Brural property Bbonld communicate with
us.
Ofllccs: Bank of B.C. building, opposite
3po;-tuftlee,Wesimtnstcr,andHiiHtlngi*St.,
gynnnoiiver.  dwaplflto
RAND BROS.
|bl3&li USTATU UIlOKBItS,
Conveyancer a. Calico Lor ■•
„ Anil In-tdvn-ncc Agent*,
HOMec:-] at
NKW WICHTMINSTEUi  Corner
McKenzie und Clarkfoii Sta.
VANCOUVKll, Cordova HtreeU
LONDON .England.
IKTIt-DING LOTS for mile In all sections
i&f Vancouver und New Westminster City,
ft\ FARM LANDS or sujierlor outilHy for
Hi'ale   at   Clillllwlnieli,   1'urt  lliimmond,
■■toy, MntJ*qul, Sniiies, Mint Bny,L:id-
s Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
Imd flU River.
p  Maps and Plans exhibited aud the full-
\§i_t Information furnlshedatnilourofHces*
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
J.   je.   MANSOKT's
MERCHANT
Columbia Street, -,.
TAILOR.
New Westminster,
Olobe House!
TTJST      *R*E3a*EII-\7"*El"Cl,
The Latest Novelties in Ladies'
Straw Hats and Bonnets,
Silk Dolmans
and Mantles.
WMMMemm "*«717"»«:-.
L^m_JE!«
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
W. BOVILL,
[Real Estate Agent
AND CONVEYANCER.
iNEW WESTMINSTERi-Omce, Mnclccn-
:;.     /io Street,
IVANCOlTVERi-Onico,  Abbott   Street,
noar Cordova Street,
_   Full List of City and Suburban Pro-
Bporty,
I  Pnrtlculur attention pnld lo Farming
I Lands.
H   Accuruto   Information   to correspond-
DTentJi^^ dwmyfiyl
ALBERT J. HILl & GO.
Civil Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
j FINANCIAL, SHIPPING & COMMISSION AQENTS
fire, tlfc A Marine Insurance*
£Cot-uMniAST., - Orr. Colonial Hotel
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
i /-*HVE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
I \X tont lou to ull pi'ofussloniil ordors and
I tender their services to residents and non-
[ residents having City or Country Property
f to dispose of or desiring prolltuble In vesi-
n icnt,
■ Ourllstfl of eligible propcrllcs nro com-
prelionHlvo and constantly receiving addl-
) lions, mill our favorable onstoru oonnee-
i tlons both In Cnnudn and tho Atlnntle
I Htnteagivo us unusual facilities for bus!-
* ness.
Special nttentlon will bo paid to the
purelmso and Inspection of Lumber for
shipment I-, foreign pons. Tonnage chartered und genoral shipping business transacted, dwaplyl
■Minssi-is.
Macpherson & Thomson
h.     Of Ontario and Hnrquetto, Michigan,
sn huvo opened a
IH THE HOLBROOK BLOCK,
Columbia Street, '" doors East
of Tclcgraiih Otllce.
They have a completo assortment of
everything usually found Inn llrst-clnss
Drug Storo, comprlBtuB puro und fresh
DRUQS, OHEMIOALS,
PATENT MEDIOINES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
ENGLISH, FRENOH AND
AMERIOAN PERFUMES.
Physicians' proscriptions carofully compounded day und night fc'.tillm
W. BREDEMEYER, DR, PH,
(Late partner of John MaVlokor)
MINING ENGINEER. U.8. A PROVINCIAL SORVEYOlt, 4 ASSAYER.
ffv-Rellable reports, underground sur-
voyHandmnpHof mines executed ntlnw
ftfea. ARsayHmadeon all kind*-of min
Insurance and Financial
^.C3rJESKTrX,®l,
OFFIOBS .
NEW WESTMINSTER, "S^eSz^tT
VANCOUVER,
CORNER CORDOVA AND
ABBOTT 8TREET8.
—AND-
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET
LONDON, ENG. ior cannon st.
Farming Lands^Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property,
Lot facing on Columbia and Front Sts.,
In central portion of tho oity; soveral
-  buildings brtoR good rent-§22,000.00.
Lot 4, Block 7, near Lytton Square,
6(1x132 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Front Sta.-SG.OOO.OO,
Corner Lot on Columbia St., 33x00 feet—
84,000.00.
Also—Lot and Building with stock of
Ooods. ono of tho best busiuoss stands
in the eity.
orals, gold und silver bars.  Thirty years'
exporlcnoo In mining In Anin, Eur*--
nud United slates of America. Hpc.	
ton lanauuges. Assays from n distance
ptly intended to. Address Vnncou-
rw dd«17to
irope
leaks
TM^fto;
Improved Residential Property
Lot 15, Blook 13; two houses rented at
paying figurcs-84,500.00.
Houso and Lot on Lome St., near Col*
umblrv-91250.00.
Lots 4, 5 k 0, Block 10; good house,
gordcu, kc; choice residence property
-«5,2W.OO.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St.; fenced and
cleared --$1600.00.
House and Lot on Columbia St.; ono.of
the finest residence:* in tho eity—$7,-
000.00. /
House and Lot on Royal Avonuo, near
Douglas St.—$2,000.00.
House and 3 Lots, cornor Royal Avenuo
nnd St. Patrick's St.; no better residence Bite In the oity-?10,000,00.
1 acre, with 7 Iioubob, near tlio Park-
96,000.00.
dwitUIto
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Bloek 28; comer lot on Agnes St.;
fino residence site- 91200.00.
Lots un St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avenue—9500.00 each.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Hall-
fax Sts., near Clinton St.; fino views
and well situated-9350.00, $375.00,
9500.00.
Lot on Melbourno St., near Cllntor •
9300.00.
Lot 0, Sub-Blook 10; fine residence lots-
$250.00.      .
Lota ou Pclham St., near Mary—$600.00
oach.
Lot on Pelham St., near St. Andrew's;
fino site—9500.00,
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne—
9350.00.
Lot Id St, Andrew's Si-iiaro-$300.00.
Lots in Blook fronting on North Arn
road; finest chance ln the market fo:
residence or speculation-9125,00 tr
9175.00.
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 11, aub-Blool
12-960.00 to 9125*00.
Lot* in Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloc
13—9160.00 each.
Lots In Westmlnater Addition at $15,00
to 950.00.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wboIosomoneBS. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot bo sold In compolltlon wlththo
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powder**. Sold onlyln cans.
Royai, BAEUTQ Powder Co., 106 Wall St,.
New York. 8fely
HOUSE TO RENT
ON HT. PATRICK'S SftUAKE; 5 rooms',
87 per month. Apply to
djoltc J. E. SU1.LEV.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Eiffel is said to lmve gained tho
first idea of tho towor wliich bears
Ins name from sitting behind an
American woman in an American
: theotre.
Tlio undertakers of Indiana havo
organized a trust, and aro said to
allow but one dealer for 15,600
population. The instalment plan
of opposition is being adopted. A
. trust that follows to tho grave ought
to bo put in it unooffmed.—Ex.
toH
FOR  SALE.
YODNO HOUSE; GOOD A SOUNDl
will work sliiclo or double.  Apply
SUEItlKI' ABMSTOUNO.    ilm;7ml
FOR SALE.
i NEW HOUSE. AND LOT, for sole
t\ cheap, on Halifax St., between Pel-
hum at. und Queen's Avenue. Apply on
the premises.    [djelw2]   S. li. SMITH,
TO LEASE.
THE UNION HOTEL, opposite Masonic
uud Oddfellows' Block.
, For particulars, apply nt tbe
MAINLAND RESTAURANT,
djelml New Westminster.
FOR SALE.
THE   HOUSE  ON   FRONT   STREET
lately used us a
Hotol and Bakery
By Albert Dotbel,  The ovon Is In prlino
condition; two years' louse.
Applyto O. A. KELLY,
dmySato McKenzie St.
Business Notice,
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
9*3|q ttie ir-Hirlricfthli. heretofore subsisting between Popplewell, Hembrough A
Borrie, of the westminstor Pottery,wns
dissolved by mutual consent on the 27th
duy of May, 18SI). Mr. John Popplewell
retires from tho firm. The busluess lu
future will lie conducted by Thomas Hembrough aud Robert Borrls uiub-r the name
und style of Hembrough A llorrie,
All persons Indebted totho Into tirm are
requested to make Irimndinte payment
to._     ...   . >t K ri l BRO UO JH & BORRIE,
Now-West., Mny 27,)
dniytttU
iiiral Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWART -^ CASH, IMIOPBIETORS
J.J.WILSON,  -  MANAGER.
Kates, $1.00 and #1 .SO per Buy,
ACCORDING TO ROOM.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OR MONTH.
Brirrartles supplied with all kinds of
ICE-CREAM. dmy-lmQ
Thirteen excise inspectors in
Now York havo died within sixteen
months from alcoholism. It is their
duty to investigate the character
and standing of applicants for saloon
lici'iisi-'s, und tho business, it seems,
cannot be transacted without a
generous sampling of tho stock,
Significant.
Goloninl "honouraliles" are not to
be allowed for the future to carry
their titles with them to England.
They are not "honourables" in
colonies other than their. own, and
they cannot bo "honourables" in tho
Mother Oountry. Honourable
gentlemen will henceforth shed their
plumage, as it wore, when stepping
on shipboard.	
Two young Africans were one day
fishing from n wharf, when one of
them fell into the water and was
drowned. Tho survivor's grief was
so uproarious that a sympathetic
by*stander enquired if tho drowned
bny was a relation. uNo," said he,
through his tears, "he warn't no
relation, hut he raout's well been—
he had all do bait,"
AFTER THE FIRE.
The Damage from the Seattle Flro
Pound to bo Greater than
was Anticipated.
Tho City Patrolled by Police and
Specials, and the Strictest
Regulations Enforced.
Blame for tho Johnstown Disaster
Thrown Upon South Fork Fishing; and Hunting Club.
T. A. MUIR & GO.
Chemists & Druggists,
Queen-s Hotel Blook
•    New Westminstei
A CHOICE LINE OF
Brushes,
Perfumes,
Combs,
Sachet Powd'rs
Sponges,
Soaps,
TOILET
ARTICLES.
Prescriptions and Family Recipes carefully dispensed from pure J)n\gu.
Night Brll attr-nilniicc. dapllo
It is generally regarded us settled,
says the Post-Intelligencer, that
President Harrison will cull a
special session of congress to meet
in October. Senators and representatives of both parties are preparing
to return to Washington early in
the autumn, and, though there has
been no official announcement of the
fact, it is taken for granted on all
sides that an extra session will bo
held. 	
An ambassador onco asked Princo
Bismarck how he managed to end
an interview. ''Perfectly easy,"
was the answer. "My wife knows
pretty accurately when peoplo pro
long their visit boyond the propor
time, and then she sends me a
message that I am wanted." He
had barely finished speaking when
a footman knocked at the door and
informed his master that tho princess
wished to speak to him. The
diplomat, blushing and confused,
beutahasty retreat, without stopping
forthe ordinary formalities of leave-
taking.
How to hustle.—Housekeeper (in
Kansas Oity): "I don't want
nothin'." Peddler: "I am not
anxious to sell. I only stopped to
remark that Chicago, where I've
been peddlin', can't hold a candle to
Kansas Oity." "Don't believo it
kin," "No, indeed, mum j Chicago
is goiu' to the dogs fust. People
there are awful poor, while in
Kansas City I find everybody is just
rolliu' in wealth, and real estate's a-
boomin'. Fast trains from Kansas
Oity to New York won't stop at
Chicago in another year." "Soap.
Something new. Only $\ a cako."
"I'll take two."
a   _   _
&  OO.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating to
Roal Estate.
— AGENTS POR	
London Assurance Corporation.
Connecticut Flro Insurance Co. of
Hartford.
London and Litncashlro Lire Assurance Co.
Canton Insurance Oflice, Ld. (Marino)
OFFICES!
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwseHyl
The ethics of hissing at theatrical
performances are under discussion
in several prominent United States
journals. It is contended on the
ono hand that hissing is a perfectly
legitimate method of signifying
disapprobation with the act, and
that to abdicate tho right is to do
away with a time honored privilege
of the audience. The contrary argument is that hissing is itself
objection ablo, is frequently unfairly
indulged in,and disturbs the majority
of those in attendance. The question is really not pressing for decision with the samo hurry that
another phase of the behavior of
audiences ought to be dealt with.
The crying need of tho time is for
stern repression of tho encore abuse
by which performers are recalled so
often thut tho sensible portion
of the audience feels strongly
inclined to put on its coat and go
homo.—Ex.
Charles Dudley Warner discovered
during a recent tour in Mexico,
which ho described under the title
of Mexican Notes, that the art supposed to be lost of making iridescent tiles and pottery, whioh wus
known to tho Saracens in Spain, has
beon preserved in Mexico. Iridescent tiles, but little inferior to those
of the Saracens, found in the
Alhambrn, nre made in a rcmoto
mountain vilHage in the stato of
Guanajuato. Mr. Warner took
much pains to trace tho origin of
some pottery he purchased in Western Mexico. Tho discovery is
worthy attention. Somo other
curious arts still live in Mexico.
There are but few makers of this
rare pottery, nnd tho product of
their labor has only a local sale,
Somo effort should be made to seek
out the possessors of tho anoient art
with a vtow to its preservation and
commercial use.—Ex.
The seized American fishing schooner Mattio Winship, _ at Halifax, has
beon released, tho bond required having beon furnished.
John Reid, agod 22, was drowned nt
KUlnrney, nnd a little daughter of Rev.
Jas. Todd, at Minucdosit- Man.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
LATEST 1-ARTICULAlt.S.
Seattle, Juno 8.—Things aro rapidly quieting down now, and everything
possible is being done to restore order.
There are still a great many without
quarters. Tents aro being put up in
all parts of lhe oity, and banks and
the principal merchants are opening
offices iu all sorts of places. The military and citizen specials aro still patrolling streets, and no one is allowed
to pass into the burnt district except
with passes.
UUHQLAHS AT WOllK.
Last night a number of attempts at
burglsrly were fustrated in tho residence portion of the town. Ono thief
was captured in u house in Queen
Anne town, and was saved from lynching by the police. Acts of violence
during tho lire nre now being reported.
A merchant named G. It. Fink, while
trying to move goods was assaulted by
Assistant-Chief Fire Marshal Murphy,
and a rough, and nearly killed. Gnf*
fi a and Condon, two California convicts,
also made a murderous assault ou
Wm. Condon, n Times reporter, but
wore roughly handled by the crowd,
THE LOSS OF LIFE.
Tho loss of life is still a matter ot
uncertainty. It will probably exceed
5, but only two are authentically
known. The names of the men aro not
obtainable. After 8 o'olock at night
no ono except persons with the proper
password arc allowed in the streets,
and regulations are unusually strict.
Supplies havo been received from
Sound towns, and immediate suffering
is, for the timo being, relieved. The
relief committee havo put up tents
for lodgings and eating pur-
poses on vacant lots adjoining the armory, and are feeding'
hundreds during the day. The ar- I
mory has been tnrned into a big police
headquarters and relief quarters.
Ol'I'NINO THE   SAFES.
To-day tho firemen uro playing on
the ruins in a few places to keep (he
vaults from boing furthor heated.
Merchants are busy opening their safes,
where possible, to. get at them. In
many cases the contents ure totally
destroyed. A couplo of bank vaults
have been opened aud tho contents
found uninjured. Late yesterday
afternoon the motor lino commenced
running on Second street The loss
keeps increasing and is now placed at
820,000,000. The area of the burnt
district is the same us already given,
130 acres. Second streot is packed
with a large crowd of idle men, thrown
out of employment, and in a few days
much suffering will probably ho felt,
A large number of tho principal property owners have signified their intention to commence the erection of
brick blocks ob soon as possible. A
gang of men have already been put to
work on clearing tho debris and getting out safes on the outer edge of tho
burnt district. Preparations are being
made to open restaurants in tents by
Monday. Tho losses as fur us repotted are tho sumo as iu the morning
reports.
WILL WIDEN THE ST1EEETS.
It has boen decided in rebuilding
tho city to widen the business streets
twenty feet, and extend Front, Commercial aud Second streets straight
through to the water's edge. No
frame buildings will bo allowed in the
burnt district under any circumstances. '
Tents will bo put up for temporary
quarters. The city is the heaviest
loser in the destruction of the municipal wharves and water frout. Ou
Monday a meeting of citizens will be
held, and regulations for rebuilding
the city made. The wind is blowing
blinding clouds of smoke over the city
at tho present hour.
RELIEF FOR SEATTLE.
Haebisbcro, June 8.—Governor
Hill, of New York, has been invited
by Governor Beaver to join him in a
proclamation inviting the people of
Now York and Pennsylvania to make
special contributions through the
churches tomorrow for Iho relief of
the sufferers by tho disastrous fire at
Seattle, und has suggested thut Georgo
W. Chilila, of Philadelphia, and ex*
President Cleveland and Jay Gould be
appointed a central committee to receive such contributions for transmission to tho proper authorities iu
Washington Territory for tho relief of
the Seattle sufferers. Gov. Hill's nnswer is not yet received, hut Gov.
It. aver is hourly expecting his assent
to tho proposition.
TUB UK ATI! LIST.
PiTTsuuiio, Juno 8. — The Times
presents to-day, the first accuruto list
of tho identified dead of Johnstown
Valley, or those virtually known to bo
dead. This list was prepared by careful comparison with tiio roster of
the living ns compared by the
bureau of registration. By this it iB
learned fully fifty porsons heretofore
accounted doad aro really alive. Tho
number uf discovered dead is constantly increasing, but the estimate of 0,500
as published is the highest possible
limit. According to nil reports, and
the decreasing death list of Johnstown
proper, it msy possibly roduce the total to nearly 8,000. Tho number of
bodies unidentified to date is 3,334,
nnd thero are hundreds of victims yet
whose bodies will never be recovered.
Tho list fills threo and a half columiia
with two or more names to a line.
aro quite numerous. The removal of
the decomposing masses in tho vicinity
is un imperative necessity.
The situation at Willi am sport is
somewhat improved according' to despatches received this morning, though
tho sufferers there are in need of immediate help. Thousands of people
are homeless at Lewiston and help is
also badly needed here.
FIXING THE SLAME.
Johnstown, Pa., Juno 8.—Coroner
Hammer of Westmoreland county, sitting on the inquest upon tbe bodies
found at Nineveh, took the jury
to the dam yesterday aud tho vordict
is being prepared for signatures of
tho jurymen. It will throw the
blame upon the south fork fishing and
hunting club for gross, if uot criminal,
negligenco and careleBsuess in making
repairs from time to time. Some talk
is also heard blaming tho Pennsylvania Railroad, as thoy leasod the dam
from tho club and then abandoned it
nud alio wed it to decay. 1
BODIES RECOVERED. '
Johnstown, Pa., June 8.—The !
bodies recovered this morning and
taken to tho morgue were, a 12 year
old girl, supposed to be Myrtle Strayer;
Wm. Marshall, of Indtnna, Pa.; und ,
threo unknown women. One, a slender old lady, had $775 in her pneket.
Ar unknown man was found wi'.h
head and body burned to a crisp.
ADDITIONAL FINDS.
A number of linemen who returned
yesterday from up river report they
found the house of the Converse family badly wrecked at McElhatka Creek.
The family consisted of seven persons
and six of them are dead, and were
lying in bed forty*oight hours unattended. The little one wns nearly
dead whon rescued. The men also
found two members of tho Harris' n
family- drowned. Everything in thst
section is badly washed out.
THANKBQIVINO.
Williamsport, Pa., Juno 8.—Tho
situation here is not materially
changed. The work of clearing away
debris and relieving the sufferers goes
steadily on. It is now raining quite
hard hore. Mayor Foresman has issued a proclamation recommending
special thanksgiving services in all
churches to-morrow. All church
buildings wero flooded and much damage was done to them and their furnituro. Services will, however, be held
in the major portion of them to-morrow for the first time in two weeks.
MORE HORROR.
Additional    Human    Fragments
Picked np out of the Thames
this Morning.
Serious   Rebellion   iu   Morocco
Against the Sultan's Authority.
The Heir Killed.
Three Thousand Dock Laborers
Strike for Half-Penny an Hour
Increase in Glasgow.
FOOD AND CLOTHING WANTED.
Johnstown, Pa., Juno 8.—The chief
question hero now is how to procure
sufficient supplies for the homeless victims of tho flood, and for laborers engaged in removing the wreckage. For
the former, prepared food of all kinds,
clothing and shoes nro chiefly required.
It is still believed thero aro fully two
hundred bodies in the debm around
the railroad bridge. This mass of
material will be blown up with dynamite in order to recover tho bodies as
soon as possible, Fears of disease
from tho many unfortunate conditions
existing still prevail.    Diptheria coses
WHERE THE I1LASIE LIES.
Johnston, Pa., June 8.—The blame
of tho entire calamity has been placed
upon the South Fork Hunting and
Fishing Club, and so angry are some
people in the vicinity that apprehension is expressed for the safety of W.
S. Buyer, the superintendent. At tbo
cottages on Lake Lecledo several
pretty villas havo been broken into
and tho furniture demolished, the
boats stolen in broad daylight and reduced to kindling wood by infuriated
crowds. The coroner's jury whicli has
been in session nt Ninevah terminated
its labors yesterday. The verdict has
been fully prepared and* only lacks the
signatures of the -jurors before it is
given publicity. It is understood tho
jury after reviewing at length the successive breaks and careless repairs in
the dam in past years declares the
Executive Committee of the South
Fork Fishing Club guilty of gross if
not criminal negligence.
PASSENGER LIST.
San Francisco, Juno  8.--F0II0W-
ing are the passengers by the steamer
Walla Walla whicli  Bails to-morrow
morning for Victoria aud Puget Sound
porta.   Victoria: Miss   Ewing;   Miss
Wioknum; 0. Tichner;  B. Wostwoad
and wife; O.N.  West wood and wife;.
Miss B. Molloy; Miss  E.   Ferguson;
MissL. Ferguson; Miss Wyman;Mra. !
A. D. Wright; E. D. McDonald;  O. '
Stevens; Mrs. Styles and child J. M.
Fowler. '
SENTENCE COMMUTED.
Washinoton, June 8.—Tho president has commuted (ho sentence of
Capt, George A. Armco, the retired
army officer who assaulted Governor
Beaver, aud was sentenced by court
martial to be dismissed from the service. The president, in consideration
of the good aervice which this oflicer
rendered, and of somo mitigating circumstances connected with the offense
of which he was found guilty com* .
mutes the sentence to confinement
within such limits as the secretary of
war may prescribe, and to deprivation '
of his right to wear the uniform and
insignia of his rank in the army for a
period of 5 years,
IN BAD SHAPE. !
Wellsboro, June 7.—Ioga county I
is in a very bad shape. A uumber of
peoplo are drowned, much property is
destroyed and people are suffering for
tho necessaries of life. Reports from
Muncy, in lower ond of tlm county
just reached here, Thoy are to the
effect that while no lives aro lost, the
loss of property is enormous. All the
bridges in lower Wyoming aro gono
and tho smaller streams aro raging
torrents.
NEARLY WIPED OUT.
BntMtNOiiAM, Juno 7.—A fire at
Livingston, La., e.irly this morning
destroyed half of tho town. Tho loss
is probably $200,000 with little insurance. . Tho telegraph communication
iB cut off and particulars aro hard to
got.
MOUE HOPEFUL STATE OF  AFFAIRS.
Williamsport, Pa., Juno 7.—Moro
hopeful state of affairs are apparent
here to-day with a partial resumption
of railway communication anil generous
contribution of money and piovisions
from tho outside world, for the sufferers here. The spirits of our poople are rising. All this is evident from
the activity of peoplo to restore thoir
normal condition, prior to tho flood;
also it ia evident from the fact of our
citizens having already contributed
$20,000 for tho needy ones.
Montgomery bridge is expected to
be in readiness for travel by to-morrow evoning, or Sunday. The first
mails to arrive here from the eist for
a week wero distributed this morning.
The relief committeo from Troy Pa.,
reached this city last night after a
porilouBJourney. Thoy report great
damage thero and people in need of
aid, Wash Collins and Will Donnell
roaoued two hundred poople from the
flood in this city with a skiff. Edward
Parker, who was iu Johnstown and
supposed lost, reached his home laat
night.
MORE OF THE HORROR.
London, June 8.—The left arm and
hand of a woman were found in the
Thames this morning, A comparison
of the arm and other parts found, ahow
it is u part of tho same person. A
search for the remaining portions is
being made,
SERIOUS  REBELLION.
Paris, June -{.--The  tribesmen of
Morocco, who are in the rebellion
against thu authority of the Sultan,
havo captured Princo Hamid, heir to
thu throne, and killed eoverul of his
escorts. The rebellion is spreading
vory fast. The Sultan is very much
inconscd and is raising an army tu
to crush it.
THE MURDERESS SINKING. •
London, June 8.—It is reported
Mrs. Maybreck ia breaking physically
and that her mind is
giving away.
Children Cryfor Pitcher1 j Castoria
The verdict of the coroner's jury has
been a great shock to her, and in her
enfeebled condition Bhe msy not be
ablo to survive the blow.
SAILORS STRIKE.
Dublin, June 8.—-ShippingbuBinew
is at a standstill at Belfast owing to a
general strike amijng Bailors.
KEOKJLF.SS DEMANDS.
Glasgow, June 8.—Three thousand
dock laborers struck for an increase of
half u penny an hour in wages, The
stevedores demand an increaso of a
penny an hour.
SUSPECTS   ARRESTED.
Dublin, June 7.—Two Americans,
who had just arrived from New York,
and were on their way to Westmeath,
were arrested at Tullamore to-day,
owing to suspicious appearance of
thoir baggage, of which they had a
large quantity,
SAMOAN HATTERS.
London, June 7.—The Times' Berlin correspondent telegraphs thst both
the English and American delegates to
the Samoan conference are still await-
ing instructions from their governments authorising the signing of the
agreement entered into. It is evident
that the American government has
raised objections to aome points in
this provisional treaty and it is not improbable that further committee work
will have to be resorted to.
Henry George Bourke, staff engineer on the British man-of-war Calliope, haB been promoted to be fleet
engineer in .recognition of his services
on the Calliope when he steamed out
of the harbor of Apia during the hur*
ricano that destroyed tho American
and German war vessels.
A VILLAGE BURNED.
PortJervis, N. Y., Juno 7.—A
letter wns received in this oity to-day
from S. F. Vanattcn, manager of Hait
Brothers' tannery, Haitvillo Pa., a
small village ubout 30 miles south
of Elmira, whieh states that the recent flood destroyed iu tho village,
Huit Bros' tannery, grist mill, saw mill
and several other large buildings wero
destroyed tho loss ib very heavy.
Eleven lives were lost, six of whom
were employees of Hart Brothers tannery
THK ORONIN  CASE.
Chicago, June 7.—Detectivo Mike
Whelan was the first witness called in
the Cronin inquest to-day, but he
failed to respond. Peter McGeehan,
of Philadelphia, a suspect, was called
and failing to answer an order was issued for his arrest. Both Whelan and
McGeehan were present, however,
when the inquest was adjourned for
the day, having quietly passed in a
short time before, no one appearing to
know how they got there. The flrst
witness of the day was police officer
Daniel Brown, who was Dr. Cronin's
accuser in the Camp 06, which resulted in the doctor's expulsion from the
order. Brown testified that he wai a
member of the Clan Ns Gael at the .
time Dr. Cronin was expelled. He
belonged to Camp 96 and does still,
but has not attonded many meetings
in three yeara. Tbe charge against
Dr. Cronin. he said, was treason and
consisted in reading before Camp 96
a circular sent out by an expelled
camp. Tho witness said ho preferred
and wrote out the charges himself. He
had an emphatic negative answer tor
every question, intimating that some
ono else asked or ordered
or directed him to make
olmrges. He waa positive in assuming tho whole responsibility for
making charges. He was not in office iu tho order and did not hear Dr.
Cronin read the circular, but visiting
Dr. Cronin's camp aoon after it wu
read, he heard it talked about, and
knowing that tho reading of such a
circular was contrary to the rules of
order he preferred the charges. Lawyer Hies was tho next witness, and
said that in the summer of '87 Dr.
Cronin had consulted with him professionally and had told him he nod
evidence that a conspiracy against him
existed in this city. Wm. Starkey had
asked him to testify as an expert in a
certain esse and O. M. Hardy had
cross examined him with great minuteness as to his early lifo. About the
same timo Cronin's sister had written
her brother from St Catharines, stating that two men had called on her recently and questioned her in regard to
him, saying that it concerned Cronin
groatly in a case in New York. Cronin
wrote to New York and found that no
such case existed. Hfli
Derby Day in Montreal was accompanied by very little excitement.
There was far less betting than in
former years, In the Brandt iweep-
stakes tne first prize, $1,000, was won
by McCorn, of Montreal. In the Eb-
bits sweepstakes, the tint went to Jaa.
Walker, saloonkeeper, Montreal; the
second to Tom Watts, of Guelph, and
tho third to Capt. Edward Palmer, of
"0" Battery, Victoria, B. O. In the
Carslake's the first prise of 93,000 was
won by a poor storekeeper in Hon*
treal. THE
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DAILY   COLUMBIAN
ronnisuKD
I'v-**-., .trt-riionn txrcilts Kuminj,
HY TUK
.K.sjNri'-rrHi-n-if     ■BrROT^rKiris,
BY    MAJLs
for Vi month** £fi 00
For 0 month**.. , 4 '25
ffot   !! tn'tniht* .- & 25
UBUYJBBSD '-** TI1K OITY:
Por 12 mouths 910 00
Kor ti mouths ■    5 IS
fVrmnutli        1X1
!•*>■■ weHt       25
l-aymenl i» all ruses (except for weekly
rale) to bo made In advance.
ME WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
li.ited every Weflnbhtluy Morning,
ilfvered In t.be CHy, perVear. S-t.00
i-llcd, i-ei* vear 2.00
ailed,6 months,  1.25
"in nine cases out of ten tho wator
that supplies the well runs through
small iissures in the soil, nnd not
from deep springe," and the result
must bo as wo have outlined abovo,
that, os lots aro cleared, drained and
graded, and new streets opened up,
with drains and culverts, tho surface
water which now feeds tho wells antl
tanks will bo carried into the rivor,
instead of sinking into tbe soil nnd
forming springs.
D.H.t) British -Columbian
S:-ii..'-li'.i   BrCDlUg- June ., 18119.
Wc promised to have something
mons to say on the water works and
sewerage question from tho point of
view, so to speak, of our correspondent of Wednesday, As wc stated
Thursday, our correspondent's argument practically amounted to tho
advocacy of u system of earth-
closets nnd wells as a permanent
substituto in this city for sewerage
nnd water works. 1 f this is not a fair
brief statement of our correspondent's contention, we hold ourselves
subject to correction. It is the
only conclusion we can reach after n
eureftil perusal of the communication in question. Dropping the
question of sewerage for the present,
and supposing that the adoption of
n • system of earth-closets would
render the quality of well water all
over the city everything that could
be desired from a fastidious and
sanitary standpoint, how would the
city be fixed for water supply 1 Tho
olivious answer is, just- as it is now,
except in the matter of quality.
We leave our readers, each one from
his own experience, to picture the
present condition of the town with
respect to the quantity and availability of water, for all purposes, the
rear round.
Wo havo assumed so far that the
adoption, and enforcement (if such
a thing wore possible), of n system
of curth-closcts would make the
well and tank water within tho city
limits all that could be desired
with respect to quality* but, of
course, nothing of tho sorb is the
caso, Suppose the townsito thickly
populated, as it is rapidly becoming,
and there m*o countless impurities
that must necessarily get into tho
surface water and poison tho so-
called springs, even if every household wero supplied with earth-closets
threo deep.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Real Estate and Financial Agency
RICHARDS, HAYWOOD & MACKINTOSH,
Conveyancers tt Notaries Public.
On Columbia and Front streets,
and in a few other localities, a
number of buildings and residences
are passably supplied by water pipes
from tanks in the more elevated
portions of th'j townsite. The great
majority—aud a majority that is
increasing rapidly—in the higher
and residential parts of the city,
have to depend upon their own or
their neighbors' wells for their water
supply. It would be pertinent to
inquire how many of these wells
"go dry" in the summer time 1 Wo
know for it fact that some do. Wu
might nlso ask how many havo to
bo sunk to a depth of from fifty to
ninety feot to secure a precarious
water supply throughout 1 We
have at least one well in our mind,
on the hill top, that had to be sunk
ninety foot to insuro a supply of
water all the year round. It would
also be interesting to know what
was the approximate cost of digging
such a well, putting in a pump,
cleaning out the well occasionally,
and keeping tho pumping apparatus
in working order, Wo have had a
little experience with wells in this
city, and we must confess to being
soured on them completely.
Our correspondent said something about saving the "expense of
a water rato.'' "With equal felicity
might n hungry man talk about saving tho expense of eating, or a dead
man object to necessary funeral
oxpenscs. Wo shall leavo particulars of tho cost to householders of a
proper water supply to future articles. In tho meantime the reader
can figure for himself on the probable cost to his household of tho
convenient (,) earth-closet business
and the dirty woll water, taking
into account the digging and cribbing of tho well, furnishing it with
pumping apparatus, etc., and also
the continual removal of tho contents of the delectablo cnrth-closct
aforementioned.
P. O. Hose 21****.
"ff©lo-|*."to.o*K.o *W©. ©1.
Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms easy.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
1A/T^.T_T-r~.-_T   ms-.    T     rvs-.T      ' __t_rt__-n,v' J-0 N0T SPECULATE OURSELVES, but Live our cus-
IY| OlSlKyV   TO    JLJVOAN.      Wl"-***-        tomers Uio bonollt of nil our spsclnl bsrgslns.
OOLONIAL HOTEL BUILDINO,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
=OFFICES i- ==
233 CORDOVA ST.
VANCOUVER.
51 YATES ST,
VICTORIA.
i  half
city—
But, supposing thero wer
a dozon model wells in the
which we doubt—how can any one
tolerate such a primitive and inconvenient manner of supplying themselves with water, by the bucketful,
antl with tho everlasting wear of
elbow-grease and patience, compared
to the modern, elegant aud convenient system of water pipes and
faucets, whereby with a touch of the
little linger a continuous stream of
liquid dolight can bo turned on or
oft'ut pleasuro, in the kitchen, the
bathroom, or lavatory, upstairs or
down 1 Then, what about watering
the garden and sprinkling the lawn
from the well 1 Parenthetically it
might be stated, that thoso who nro
fortunate enough to bo connected
with the water-pipes supplied from
tanks on tho townsite, cannot, nt
tho risk of exhausting tho fountain-
head, indulge to any extent in
garden-watering or lawn-sprinkling,
but must confine their use of the
water to strictly necessary purposes,
or rob their neighbors of even that
much. Lastly, but not lenst in
importance, what, sort of a chance
do tho well-owners stand in extinguishing Hies, that aro liable to
arise nt any time, within or without
a house, when compared with thoso
who can fill their buckets by a
continuous stream from a faucet, or
■iitlnch a garden Iioso to tho same
faucet, and, with tho prossuro that
a proper wator supply would insure,
play a well directed stream, which,
applied in the incipiency of n firo—
the critical time—would leavo nothing for tho fire brigade to do, when
it arrived in timo to view tho
ruins.
The foregoing remarks, it will be
seen, aro based on tho assumption
that tho present local water supply
of the city, as regards quantity and
availability, will continuo to bear
the samo ratio to tho necessities of
the city us at present; but tho louat
consideration of the circumstances
will convince anyone that tho disproportion between the supply and
the demand is certain to increase,
and that rapidly, with tho suro
and continuous growth of tho
city. This disparity will bo increased
in two ways. With the growth of
population tho present local supply
will become stilt more inadequate
than at present. Then, the supply
itaelf must continue to decrease as
the townsite is progressively reclaimed from a stato of naturo, the
springs dried up, and tho water carried off by means of streets and
drains. As our correspondent states,
Pome apology mny be due our
readers for seriously discussing such
an alternative proposition as wells
and earth-closets as a substitute for
a proper water worka and sewerage
system * but the argument was seriously urged by our correspondent,
and lie may have spoken the views
of others on tlio subject besides himself. This, then, must bo our excuse
for trespassing on (ho patience of
the majority of our readers by considering the proposition thus iu detail. Wo believe wo have shown
that such a combination as our correspondent suggested to tnkc the
placo of water works and sewerage
would be a very undesirable and unsatisfactory expedient, under all the
circumstances, even if it wus within
the question, and that it is not only
eminently undesirable and unsatisfactory, but completely out of tho
question, apart from its merits or
demerits. The local supply, at present inadequate and impure, we have
shown, must rapidly become moro so,
with the increase of population and
the building up of the townsite, and
tho lire protection afforded is nil, to
say nothing of there being no facilities for sewerage—a branch of tho
subject which it was not the purposo
of this article to consider in detail.
Tho question, then, with respect to a
water supply for tho city resolves
itself simply into this: Wo havo no
adequate local water supply—a fuct
which tho near future will demonstrate oven more painfully than tbe
present. We must, therefore, mako
immediate provision for supplying
the eity with water for all purposes
from somo inexhaustible, uucon-
tuminablo, outside source This
ground and indisputable fact being
established, we shall in future
articles, consider tho particular
merits oflbred by the scheme upon
which tho ratepayers will havo tho
opportunity of passing on Thursday
next.
JAMES D. RAE
(SUCCESSOR TO tt McrHADEN]
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FIRST-CLASS
Groceries and Provisions
Mr H3 0E3 KB 9     «fc -3C2 •
Coffees Roasted and Ground on the Premises.    Fino Teas a Specialty.
-OOLUMBIA STREET
NOTIOE.
DURING MY AB9ENCR FROM THK
city Mr. Newton A. White will liavo
eliarae of my business, unci hus authority
tocolli'ct and discharge all accounts 111
connection therewith, etc.
ft. II. WEBB.
Now Westminstor, June 0,1881).    tl|c0m2
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
ut the Colum wah office. Pricei* will he
round as low as at uny other oilice in
the province —Adv
Children Cry ibr Pitcher's Castoria
W. R. AUSTIN'S
SERVICE BULL
STEIN CULT,,
Gugertha Prince 5,
Will stand for service this season at I).
McPlimlon's Gnrdon, Edinburgh street.
Term'! roREonoble.
Milch Cows for Sale.
1). MePHADEN,
Proprietor.
Kum Hin*.,
Manager.
d27mylm
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE   BARGAINS
Suits tt Pants
 AT	
&
FOR SALE.
ONE SIX-YEAR-OLD OX| woll broken
and t'onllo.       JAMES WISE,
First-class Prairie Farm
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, North Arm, Fraser River; con*
mining 2Q0 ncres of the finest farming land
In the country; all dyked, well Improved,
good buildings, good orchard (bearing).
For further Information enquire of
dmySOtc
MAJOR* PEARSON,
New Westminster.
Notice to Cannerymen!
THOS. LEVI'S GAN-FIUIHC PROTECTOR
MAY BK OBTAINED ON APPI.ICA-
I Iom to E, 8. M Ol ll AII .V ro.
Any person or porsons found using thom
without tho putont stamp will he prosecuted. THOS. LEVI.
New West., 27th Mar, 1SS9.      dmy27ml
GROG
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Canadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
A. DesBRISAY, Cor. Columbia & Blackie Sts.
dajilfllc
BUGGIES!
1GGIES!
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
Weare selling the beet of
English, Scotch & French Goods
At prices nwny down Cheaper than
Ever.
Call nnd examine and weare sntlsflcd
that yon will buy before you leave the
store.
All work guaranteed,
dmhlyl 88 Colnmbla Street*
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-woofl, Bark.
LEAVE ORDERS  AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dmySBto
___WS8£__b*°
J. P. DAVIES & CO.
AUCTIONEERS.
Under Instructions from the Hon. Chief
Commissioner of Lands A Works,
on behalf of tlio
Provincial Government
Wo will sell by
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
-ON-
Wednesday, June 12th, 1889
At]2o'clooK, Noon,
Sections ll, ],-,, lo, 17, l«, 10 nml 20, Block I
North, Bongo J.***est, containing
1120 ACEES
Of Farming hand, sit unto on
LULU JSL AND
Salil lands will ho sold lu subdivision*
of 40 acres.
TERMS:-« cash,'' InO month*,W, in
ono your, will, Interest on deferred payments at the rale of ' per cent, per annum.
Full particular,! and maps now ready for
distribution.
JOSHUA DAVIES,
fajnJTdwto AnoHon.sr.
FXOH-IIBB
HARDWARE
tm'-M? MM MM MS
ESTABLISHED 18 a
Jas. Cunningham
COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, B. C.
IMI'ORTER OF
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANOFAOTUREB OF
-^TIN&SHEET-IRONWARE.
CONTRA.OTS FOR
Iron Cornice Work, Gns-nUing,
riumWng, Rooflnjf.&c.
EnCCATIONBllANCUOFTllK
PROVINCIAL Seciif-taiiv's DEI-'T,
Victoria, May 7lh,1880.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Annual Examination of candidates for certificate!* of qunllUcftttoit to
teach In tlio Public Schools of the Province vill be held ns follows, commencing
on Monday. July Mli, at 10 n, ra.i
In Victorin Legislative Hnll,
In Kamloops...PublicSchool Building,
Each npplleniit must forward a notice,
thirty days before tho Examination, stating the class nnd grade of certificate for
which ho will bo u candidate, and the
place at which he will attend.
8. D. POPE,
dmylOml Superintendent of Education.
Port Kells
This Fine Townsito, at the Fresh-Water
Junction of the
Southern Railw'y
13 Miles Aliove Wi'sliHK-ilcr,
Has just been Surveyed, anil tho Lots
are for salo hy
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Or Nkw Westminster,. B. C.
The advantages and prospects of this
Plot for a future thriving Town are
many.
The Land in the vicinity is good.
Thero are inexhaustible IRON ORE
DEPOSITS, of ft rjupcrior quality, immediately adjacent, as well as vast strata of
tho finest BUILDINO SAND and POT-
TEUY CLAY.
On the Townaite are a number of valuable MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication by land and water is
unequalled, by reason of the location of
the Townsite on the Fraser River and
tho Southern Railway, while the natural
elevation and lay of the land can nut be
excelled as a situation for a fine town,
The ground is open and clear of heavy
timber,
The site has beon selected as ono of
tho most important stations on the
Southern Railway, and with tho completion of tho road, in tho near futuro,
must, with all its other advantages,
spring into prominence at once.
Those who apply early will havo tho
pick ot tho Lots.
A clear title given with every purchase.
Particd wishing Lots can apply as woll,
on the prcinirftH, to
HENRY KELL8,
clmyOt-s Vmmmem
JUST RECEIVED,
A CUE-LOAD OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring1 sMcLaughlan
mj ma es-.MM__.t_m
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
gST The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.1^!
dwap-t-    IrstoidL «-Ss *0"o."r*ri©.
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES & RANGESI
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.
tolls & fibr Sts, Jibkw
dwnolyl
THIS 91'AG'E BELONGS TO
T. READ & CO.,
llAItnWAHK MEUOirAKW.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machim
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
ROBEnT T.JA.IXr,
TH__J___TJ_.__-X,^n.
___-2_-XT_n--OVr-TBB_lB   OB
'Toronto' Mowers
Maxwell Mowers
The Little Maxwell
Steel Frame Binders.
F.C. Strickland & Co.
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Planet, jr., Garden Tools,
Lawn Mower**;, &c &c.
Tiger   Rake.
Sharp's Do.
Maxwell Do.
BRITISH COLUMBIA 1AT MARKET,
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PURVEYORS IN GENERAL, FRESH AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
laTSpocial lines quoted for tho shipping trade.   Family ordors strictly nUonded
to.   Motels -rill And it to thoir Interest to place their ordors with tho abovo firm,
d28noly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBACH,
(MJCOEBSOnS TO W. to, TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
limns, Bacon, Snusngc, Bolognas, Etc
duply]
COMMERCIAL PRINTING
The Columbia*- Piiintino Establishment has first-class fuci'ltios for
all kinds ol Commercial Printing. Bill Heads. Letter Headi, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of ovory description, Posters, Dodgers,
Prioe Lilts, ilio. Prioos will lo found os low as at any other offloo where
first-class work is done.
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY,
AGRICIILTUKAL A ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DOUE WITH NEATNESS ANO DISPATCH.
P. Si—All orders from tho upper country promptly attended to.
dwnolmO
Chas. McDONOUGH, ;
Front Street, Jfew Westminster.
r
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS & all kMsof Woolen M
lil-IADY-MADE CLOTHING.
__W The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. drah30tc
Douglas & Deighton,
MANUFACTURERS AHD IMPORTERS OF
HARNESS SADDLES and BRIDLES
WHIPS,
SADDLEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,      New Westminster, B. C.
SEND IN'YOUU OBDEHS.   ALL WOItK OF TIIE BEST MATERIAL ANO
WORKMANSHIP.   TRICES LOW,
noklwly
BOYAL CITY
Planing lis Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
MANUFACTl'HKRH AUD DKALEKS IN
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES. NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
J_-TX2  _____  KIHDS  COT
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors,   Frames-,   Windows*
Mouldings. Balusters*
Blinds. Brackets,
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
•oiwwlj- JOE'S WIFE.
I am feelin' mi-jhty triffliu'
An' right low-spare tt-d;
An* cf I worn'! sixty your.
■N'l'.odn't this crav head,
Til jos' turn in an' hev a cry
On ynti four-posted bod.
Wn Laury Bollo wub married
I never shed a clicar;
But nen alio wuz a darter
An' Rot 'nr settle near;
I knowed her mnn wna atiddy,
'N1 didn't seem to keer.
But Joo's ii mum-in' tcrr.if*lit,
Hy ori'y boy—Ihota Joo.
I sense right well I'm losln' him,
Thct'ri why I'm grievta' ao;
IL'n 'iniiit like buryin' n son
Tor sec him wed, yo know.
I'm EiirtlnthettUur Susan BatOS
'UU *■•;t him '(jlnst his maw;
I uov uo grudge ogln her,
Erwlsh to pick a flaw;
I on'y jos' despise hor
Tor ho my dortor-'n-lnw.
She's mighty oute and prutty—*
I'm not gaintayin' sich;
Hot' ckfn is w'to cz tailor,
Her oyes oz blaolc oz pitch—
An' ef sho hedn't stole my Joo
I'd like tho little witch.
She's lied a hetip o* offers
I've hoord my darter say,
But nover gin a shuck for none
Till Joo stopped down hor wny;
'N' non—but Joo's like me, an' I
Wuz hnrnsura in my dny.
Awe woll; I'spose each mothor
Is harried jos' like this—
It's phiyin' accon' fiddle
Thot makes us fool amiss;
I b'licvo I'll bufe my oyos 'n' go
An' gin thot gyurl a kiss.
—ma Wilder McGlatton, tn Judge,
AT THE PANORAMA.
be Dramatic Meeting of Two
Veterans of the War.
hey Fought Each Othor at Gettysburg
nud Meet After  Many Years—An-,
nnlns and MulhiUtoii Outdone
by Two Wostorn Liars,
,'A tall man stood on tlio circular dais in tho
mornniu of the Battlo of Gettysburg and
izcd long ut ouo point of tho picture spread
■ound him, snyo Fred Nye in the Omaha.
orltl. Howoronslouchhat, a faded bluo
■crcoat, a straggling gray beard, and an
of melancholy wiBdom. A sleety rain
an falling outsido nnd peoplo wero passing
und about him, but the tall man did not
pear to hear tho storm or seo tho othor
sitors. For almost a half-hour ho stood
ioi*o gazing with what might have boon tho
slraction of retrospection upon tho ono
hit lu the picture
Prosently a short, thick-set man detached
bsolf from tno crowd and paused by tho
lc of lho tall man. The short man bad a
Libblcd faco, gray eyes, a wide, looso
juth and a moro than adoquuto chew of
bacco. Ho appearod to ho about forty
ars of ago. Ho stood closo to tho tall
in, joining his silonco to that of his common, for iivo minutos or moro. Thon ho
id:
'Howdy, stranger?"
The tall man lookod down rather solemnly
t not displeasedly. "Howdy yourself!"
replied.
"•Purty far pictur," remarked the ehort
in, casually.
'You bot!" said tho tall man.
'Ever seen it aforol"
•You bot I"
'Reckon maybo you fit ln tho lato war?"
'You hot I"
IConfedi"
'You bot not!"
'I wuz!"
Clio tall man didn't answer for somo timo,
ring which ho Bcemed to bo reflecting
aply. Finally he drew a long broath and
Id: "All right!"
'Wuz you thai* ("inquired tho short man,
licuting the picturo in a general way.
'You bot!" said tho tall man.
■Whuri" queried tho short mau*.
'Thoro!" said tho tall man,  pointing
viu-d tho spot which had seemed to rivet
attention for so long a time.
■Whonl"
'ho tall man showed signs of animation,
ay, stranger," he began, "it 'pears to ino
1 was mighty curious liko. What 'f I was
sro an'what 'fl wasn't* What'f I was
iro one day an' what 'f I wasn't thero
■thort"
'ho short man laughed good-naturedly.
Vail," he onsworcd, " nothin'.   Only I
.z thar, too."
fYoul"
'Mop-
; Whoro 1"
■Thar!" exclaimed tho short man, point
* to tho exact place boforo designated by
. tall man.
'ho .tall man looked closely at his com-
oion and thou at tho fascinating location
"the picture. "That thore's Round Top,"
d he, at once assorting his own inforina-
aud inquiring into tho validity of tho
ler's.
'Exactly," assented tho short man.
"hat thar's Round Top!"
■Tolthor spoke for a minuto or two. Then
) tall mau turned again from tho attract-
moss of Round Top to the, consideration
his companion.
' Looky horo," said tho tall man, slowly,
want to toll yo Bomothln'. I fit ot Octtys-
rg on the day't Byites' au' Longstroot'B
in was raisin' tho douce to git n hold of
it thero littlo ridge. I was with Sykcs.
I boon laid off for u whilo sick, but I got
work 'fore Gettysburg. Looky horo-lf I
or killed ury one 'twas at that thero
mnd Top. I hadn't been in no othor bat-
i to Bpoak of and hadn't novor shot
kill any body hi pertlcklor. jos'
tin' fly in a gineral wny 's
might   say,   but that day durln'
0 chargo I seen a littlo drummer boy, a rob,
'il got hold of a gun somo way an' ho was
pintin* 't at rae, closo range I let him
vo it fust, an' ho rolled ovor nigh unto a
imp an' ketched thore, an' I got just ono
impso into his big grey oyes flllin1 with
us, nu' heard just ouo llttlu sob from his
uto throat, which you could boo on ac-
jnt of tho busiln' open of his shh-t, an'
'.in tho chargo couio right up onto mo an'
vas lifted clean often my feet nn' I novor
an thu hoy no moro. No, I never
on linn no moro. Dut, Btrangur, I
n't git that boy out o' ray mind. I'm al*
ays il mi in in' of his eyea an' his throat
1th tlio sob Into It au' always a wondorin'
ho died. If I'd a killed more of 'om it
juldn't bother mo so much, but to think
a feller goln to a war uu' klllin' just ono
top, littlo, gruy-oyed drummer boy—say,
ranger, I'd givo thousands o' dollars 'f I
ud 'om to know't tlmt kid got woll I"
Tbo short man had listonod with keo n in-
iroBt at first-af terward with tho quletnoss
' ono who knows exactly what his com*
anion is going to say. When tho tall man
included ho looked up.
'Ynas," said tho short man, "you'vo got
nil right. You shot mo In tho lung, an'
lough It took mo a right smart while, I
allot! through. So I kin forglvo ye, don't
-jscol 'Taint ns'jf I'd a died. I don't git
*> pain from it neither. Yos, wo cun for-
ivo you nil now."
.Tlio tall man's faco beamed. " Is it true?"
e cried.  " Bo you tho drummor chap?"
"Suro!" said tho short man.
"Como I" commanded tho tall man,
"Whatl" naked the short man.
"Lo's liquor."
"No, stranger, I don't drink. Soo you all
iter."
Tho tall man vanished with tender reluct*
qco. Tho short man staid nwhllo longor
ul as ho passed out ho said to Captain
arnoy, tho manager of tho panoruma:
Who was the old veteran I wuz a tulkin'
il"
"Oh," said tho captain, smiling, " that la
.'to BampBon, a sort of crank who huugs
-ound horo nnd lies. Ho has lived in
mahuforllio past thirty-flvo yonrs.  All
fio old-timers know hlm."
'Wut ho in tho worl"
."Novor," naidtho captaln-"durlng tho
.var ho ran a grocery storo ou Farnam
Itreot.   Aroyouncomrndc!"
' Not porzactly," replied tho short man.
1 was in tho South afore tho war, but I
vent to Australyor durln' It, Right smart
Jlrtuwtlwtl"     .,       -.m,,,,,^      I
Streets and Park Debenture By-Law.
A By-Law to raise by ioaii t-lic
sum of $85,000 for Street aud
Park Improvements.
WHEREAS IT IS EXPEDIENT
that tho council of the city of New
Westminster Bhould provido for the improvement of certain streets in said city,
and of Queen's Park.
And wukiieas it will he necessary, in
order to elfect said improvements, to issue debenturea of the Baid city for a sum
of money not exceeding §85,000.
jgAND wuEitEAf* for the payment of intereat and creating a Burning fund for
payment of said debentures it will ho
necessary to raise the sum of §5,950 annually by special rate in each yoar.
And wheheas tho amount of the whole
rateable property of the said oity, according to the laat revised assessment roll, ia
the Bum of §2,540,245.
And whereas the total amount of tho
existing debt of tho said city is §155,500,
irrespective of the Bum of §200,000 proposed to be borrowed under authority of
the Water Works Debenture By-Law,
which by-law is to bo submitted to a vote
of the electors of the city concurrently
with this by-law.
And wheheas, for tho purpose of raising the said yearly sum of §5,950 an annual special rate of 2 2*5tli mills in the
dollar will bo required.
Therefore, the Mayor and Aldermen
of tho city of New WestminBter, in council n*jsomblcd, enact as follows;
1. It shall bo lawful for the mayor of
tlio Bald eity to mino by way of-loan
frum nny person or persons, body or
bodlfis corporate, who may bo willing to
odvaiioe tho same upon tlio credit of ihe
debenturea hereinafter mentioned umiiii
of money not exceeding tn tlio whole tlie
sum of 885.000.
2. Itshall be lawful for the said mayor
to cause nny number of debentures to be
mado for such sums of money ns may ho
required, but notion leas than SlOOeacli,
such debentures to tie sealed Willi tbo
seal of tho corporation, si'-m-d by tho
ninyor and countersigned by lhe treasurer of tUosftld oity.
8. Tlio said debentures shall bo mndo
payablo i n flfty yeara nt furthest from the
day on which thla by-low takes el-teat,
either ln sterling money of Great Britain
or in currency of this province or the
country wheio tho same way respectively
bo made payable, which maybe in any
placo or place!* authorized by law as may
bo agreed upon between tho piirchUKcr or
purchasers thereof and tho mayor, nnd
the Bald debentures shnll havo attached
to tbem coupons for tho payment of ln-
•1. Thesaid debentures shall bear interest atthe rate of flvo por centum per nn.
num from the date thereof,which Interest
shnll bo payablo half-yearly on tho first
days of January and July ln each nnd
every year. ,     ' , ,,
5. Fur the purpose of forming a sinking
fund for tho payment of tho said debentures and tlie Interest thereon an equal
annual special rate of 2 nnd 2-olh mills ln
tho dollar Bhall bo levied nnd collected,
In addition to nil other rates, In each year
upon all tho rateablo properly in tbo sala
city during tho currency of the said debentures or any of tbem,
11. All moneys arising from tlie snld rate
beyond tho amount required for the payment of Interest upon lho said debentures
mny bo invested In each year ns the council uf tbe said corporation may direct, for
the purposo of crealing a sinking fund for
llif-mb-mpt inn of thesaid debentures as
tbey respectively become duo, without
prejudice to any of the powers conferred
upon tlio said council by tlio act of Incorporation.
7. The proceeds of the debentures Issued
and sold under authority of this by-law
shnll he applied to Improvements on
Queen's Park and tbe streets hereinafter
mentioned, ami, as nearly in the proportion follow '   " ''■ 	
seem ex
■ Ill'U, Itll'.t, im   M*3S*»1*  1"   iliu|'iu(nn*
Mowing ns may to tbe said council
...v... expedient, that Is to say: Queen's
Park,*815,000] Columbia street, Si-QUO: Pro-
voM, Dallas nnd Carnarvon Btreets,|3-B00i
Agnes street, 82,500; Koynl avenue, 89,000:
Queen's avenue, 83,000; Pelham streot,
S-i.SOO; Montr a 1 Btreet, 88.000; Mo!bourne
stroet, 82-500: Leopold Plaoe, 8500; Park
Lane, 81,500: Clinton street, S'2,000; St. Patrick street, 81,000: Clement street, 88,000;
st. George slreet, 81,000; Mary streot, Sl-WO*
St, John street, 81,000; Douglas street,
(5,0001 Halifax street, 8759: SU Andrew's
mul KllKcstreets,88,0081 Forler-quastreet
2,700! Edinburgh street, 82-500J London
BtreotiJLOQO: Blaofcte street-$600; Mom-ale
street, 8600; Blnokwbod streot, 8600; McKenzie slreet, extending nnd making,
sT.r'/'ii; streets In St. Andrew's square, 8!,500;
St. (icorf-os square, ST-flO; St. PatrlOK'a
square, 51,'W; sidewalks and general
Btreotrepalrs»|8.050i provided thnt outof
tlio Biilct sum of SIMM) Bot apart fnr
the Improvement of Queeu's Park thoro
shall be paid into tbe city treasury to tbo
oredll of tho general nccount the sum of
88,000, being tlionmount already expended
outof tiio general revenue for Park improvements; provided also that If tlio requirements of nny of iho streets nbovo
iin'iitioiH'd should be found to be less or
greater than the sum apportioned io Bald
Stroot, the said sum maybo Increased or
diminished as In the circumstances may
seem to the council expedient, and the
Miri'lii-.if any, remaining ont of Hieiiii-
pio|iii;tlloii>j abovo sot out, after said
streets have been completed, may lie applied lo other works of permanent Improvement not specified heroin, at the
iliscri'llnn oftliecouncll.
ti. This by-law shall lako eflt-cl and
come into force on tbe 17th day or June,
A.D.,188il.
fi. This bv-law, boforo the final passing
thereof, shall receivo Ihe nssent of fhe
eh'.-l-ii'-* of lho city In the maiinit-provided by tlio Now Westminster Aot, 1888,
aud amending acts.
10. Tills by-law mny bo cited na the
Street and Park Improvement Debenture
By-Law, 1680.
By-law read n flrsttlmc on the oth day
of Mny, 1880.
By-lawrond osocond time ou the Hth day
of May, lbSl'.
NOTIOH.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE
ia a true copy of the proposed Bylaw which will bo taken into consideration by tlio Municipal Council of tho
City of New Westminster aftor one
month from tho first publication thereof
in tho British Columbian nowspapor,
which publication took placo on the loth
day of May, 1889, and that a voto of
tho electors of the city will be taken on
Baid proposed By-law at the New City
Hnll, Market Square, in snid city on the
I.Jth day of Jane, 1880, between
the hours of 0 o'clock a.m. nnd 5 o'clock
p.m. D. ROBSON,
City Clerk.
THE WESTMINSTEtt
PoultryYards
* JOHN 8, COX, Prop.
Light m-nliiiuiB,
Pnrtrldge Cochhhu,
v.. i*iyin«mil liocks-
■   Wl»ltt- fnce IH'k Spaitlah
White Created, Illack  and Golden
Poland ■•
Ilondanai     Sllver-pe no 1 Mill   Ilam-
bufga,
Illnck, Ili'il and Pitt Game*,
TnillouBV Geese.      ltou-ii Ducks.
My Yards aro open for Inspection.
dwmhSto	
0. f. WOODS
Und Siibveioii.
A. G. GAMBLE
KnAir Public.
Woods, Turner Ss Sample
LAND SURVEYORS,
jWUMMI
AND CONVEYANCERS.
AGKHI.N'TS  FOB
FIRE.—The Western of Toronto.The .-Etna, The City of London, and The Ilart-
HPfc-Tho New York Lifo Insurance Co.
ACCIDENT—Tho Travellers*of Hartford
Land Surveying In all lta hunches no*
cumtoly and promptly carried out.
City and Suburban Land* Air Sole,
Wo can ahow a completo IM of doalrable
localities.
Farming Landi, improved and unlm*
prove i, thftmgtlOUt the dlslrlct.
Mining and other Stoek bought nnd
Mont-j* to Loan on flrst mortgage nt
low ratoB. 	
TKLTfii-iioN-R Cam, No. 83.
P. O, DltAWKR W.
WOODS, TWRNKB ft (IAMDLK,
OFMOB, ELUWI DLOOR,    -    COLHMHA tIMIT
NKW WESTMINSTER.
drahMto
Water Works Debenture By-Law.
A By-Law to provide for tiic
issue of Water Works Debentures.
WHEREAS BY THE "NEW
Westminster Act, 1888," an act
of tho legislature of British Columbia,
passed in the fifty-first year of the reign
of Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, and
chaptered forty-two relating to the corporation of the City of New Westminster, it is among other things provided
that the council of the corporation of
tlie said city may, subject to the pro
visions of tho said ant, pass by-laws for
constructing water works, and providing
for the expenditure thereof.
Ann WHEBEA8 it is expedient that
tho couneil should provide for tho construction of water works for the supplying of water to tho inhabitants of
the said city.
And Wheheas, in ordor to carry into
effect the said proposed construction, it
will bo necessary to issue debentures of
tho said corporation for a Bum of money
not exceeding two hundred thousand
dollars.
And Whkheas, for tho payment of
the said debentures, sinking fund and
interest, it will require the sum of
§14,000 to bo raised annually by special
rate in each yoar.
And Wiii'-iikas tho amount of tlio
whole rateable property ol tho said city
according to tha last revised assessment
roll is tho sum of 82,640.245,
And Whkreas tho total amount of
lho existing debt of tho city is tho sum
of $155,500, irrespective of tho sum of
§85,000 proposed to bo borrowed under
authority of the Streets and Park Improvement Debenture By-law, which
bylaw is to bo submitted to a voto of
tho electors of the city concurrently
with this by-law.
Tm-RKFOiuc, tho corporation of tho
City of New Westminster enacts ns
follows:—
1. Itshall bo lawful for the mayor to
raise by way of loan from any person or
persons, body or bodies corporate, who
mny he willing to advance the Bamo upon
the credit, of the debentures hereinafter
mentioned, a sum of money not exceeding
In the whole the sum of two hundred
thousand dollars.
2. It shnll bo lawfnl for tlio mayor to
cause any number of debenturea to bo
made for such Hums of money aa may be
required, but notforloss than one hundred
dollars encli, such debentures to ho sealed
with tho soul of the corporation, und
signed by tho mayor nnd counter-signed
by tbe treasurer thereof.
3. Thesaid debentures Bhall bo mado
payable In fifty years at furthest from the
day on which this by-law takes effect,
either in sterling money of Great Britain,
or in the currency of this province, or the
countrv where the same may respectively
bo mndo payable, which may bo in any
pluce or places authorized hy the said act
as may bo agreed upon between lhe purchaser or purchasers thereof, and the
mnyor,nnd ibe satd debentures shall have
attached to them coupons for tho payment or interest.
4. The aaid debentures ahall bear Interest nt the rate of flvo per centum por
annum from tho date thereof, which Intorest shnll be payable half yearly on tbo
first days of January and July In ench
and every year. ,        , , ,
5. Forthepiirpo-eof forming a t-inklng
fund for the payment of the said debentures and the interest thereon nn equal
annual special rate of 5W mills in thodollnr
shnll he levied nnd eolleoted in addition
to all other rates In ench year upon nil tho
rateable property In tbe said city during
the currency of lhe said debentures or any
of them.
0. All monies arising from tho said rate
beyond the amount required for the payment of interest upon Die said debentures
may bo Invested in ench year as the council of the said corporation may direct, for
the purpose of creating n sinking fund for
the redemption of tho said debenturea ns
thev respectively become due, wllhont
prejudice tonuy of the powers conferred
upon the said council by the said not,
7. Thla bylaw shall tako effect on tbe
17th day of Juno ln the yenr of (Uir Lord
ono thousand eight hundred nod eighty-
nine.
S. This by-law, before the final passing
thereof,shall receive tho assentof tho
electors of the city hi the manner provided by tlio New Westminster Aet, 1883, nnd
amending acta.
fl. This by-law may he cited as tbo
Water Works Debenture By-Law, 18H0.
Bv-law rend a flrst lime on the Ilth day
of Mnr.'h.lS*-!'.
By-law read a second llmo ou the Hth
day of March, lss).
W. O. LOYE,
Fashionable Soot and Shoe Mil,
Hone.  Cork Sole
Repairing Neatly Hone.  C
Work a Specialty*
WOrdcrB promptly attended to.
Clarkaon St., In rear of Colonial Hotel, next to Hand Bros,' oilice.  dneltc
3VOTICU.
rpAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE
J_ is a true copy of tho proposed By-
luw which will be taken into consideration by the Municipal Council of the City
of New.Wcatminstoi' aftor one month fronj
the first publication thereof in tho British Colum wan newspaper, \ihicli first
publication took place on the 15th day
of May, 1889, and that a vote of the
Electors of tho City will betaken on said
proposed By-law at the New City Hall,
Market Square, iu said city, on the ltttll
(lay of .lime, 1889, between the
hours of 9 o'clock ,1,111. and 5 o'clock p.m.
D.  BOBSON.
City Clerk.
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
QAWMILLOWNEIW, I.oaGI3HS, nml
*** others live notified Hint our steel
Tiig.lmnt,
"SSPIO,"
Will lie rcnily-or work nbontthc Hth lust.,
mul we nro pretmroil to enter into contracts for nil  kinds of towing, lightering, Ac.
EVANS, OOI.EMAN * EVANS,
dmySto Vancouver, B. C.
IRIKOVES FROM SASHIMI TO VICTORIA]
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. McTAVlSH,
dnihJIiiiU VIOTORIA, a O.
VIOTORIA    ,
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED IMS.
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appolntmcnl to Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, the Dominion Government, Ac.
Medal nnd Diploma awarded at tho Colonial uud Indian Exhibition, London, 1880,
FACTORY—Niagara St., James Bay.
OFFICKS-57 Fort ftt., Victoria, B. C.
gagging	
Asylum for the Insane
mENDERS, END0R8E1) ''LUNATIC
I Asylum,*' for Ihe supply of iirororlcs,
clothing, meat, vegetables,ao,, for the use
of the nbove Asylum, New Wostmlnster,
from the 1st July next lothoMth Juno,
ISflO, will bo received by this Dopnrtmont,
at Victoria, until noon on Tuesday the
18th Instant. Mstsof the articles required
o-n bo seen at tho Provincial Secretary's
Offlce, Victoria, and nt the asylum, Now
Westminster, nt which latter place buiu-
plos can also he inspected.
All supplies to be delivered at the Any*
lum without extra chargo.  Security for
the duo performance of tho contract will
be required tn each cane.
By Command,
JNO. ROBPON,
Provlnolal Soorotnry.
Provincial (-Secretary's Oflice,
1st June, 1889. dje3td
sa-A.sscxox«r*^.:BX^Ei
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JEOTJINdS',
(Latk ok Bug-land)
Cornor of church aud Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTEB.
•■•Satisfaction guaranteed.     d\vfe7to
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B, C.
sar Satisfaction guanmloed.       daplStc
osroTxoEi.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
wo liavo applied to tho Mlnlsterof
tho Inferior for a Ikcnso to cut and carry
away timber ou and from the following
butilt''-The N.W. (iiiarter of Heetlon I'm
Iwi'iily-Kuvon, thowestbulfof Heetlon [:ttl
thlrty-lbree, In Township (21 two; and
Section [801 thirty, lb Bloc!" [•*] two north,
Range one westt nil m New Westminstor
District.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
[Limited].
Per W.A.DUNCAN.
Now West., Mny 2.1,1S80. diny2.*iml
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry? Machine Works
mHE PROPRIETORS OI THESE
I works havo much pleasure ln notifying tlielr friend-- and tho public that they
nro now prepared to rccolvo and promptly
execute any ordera for work In their line
with which they may be favored.
AcfilcKELYIE,
Mechanical Mnnngor.
Vancouver, B.C., 3th May, 1888.
dwinylBte	
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
FmilS iTUNNH
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
dJoSlto
tiie Tiiououaii-rmED btoke-poois
JERSEY BULL,
"Governor Moody"
'Will stand for porvlce this season at Pol-
ham Dairy. New Westminster, where the
beautiful net of this superb animal can bo
Been and Inspected,
A few calves for sale.   Terms reasonable.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
RALl-ii Booth, Proprh'tor,
Mnimgcr, dmy&lto
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANUFACTURERS  OF
TIN, COPPER ft 8.HEEHR0N
WKl-.-vn-.K't* BLOCK. (UP-STAIUS),
PitosT Struct,      New Wkstsiisstkii.
HAVING JUST OPENED IN THE
above line, we respectfully solicit a
share of the trade, ami trust by careful
intention to orders and mo ii-rato charges
to merit tbo same. l-:.Nj>"i*icnced work-
mon; satisfaction guaranteed.
Estimates furnished for Galvanized Irou
Cornice, Roofing, Plinnhliig, Gas-lltliiig,
Steam and Hot Water Heating, Ac.
•W Entrance to premises on Mnry St.,
lu roar of Bank of B. C, dwmh8lo
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAlt. ASK FOR THK    '
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
oa™ MAINLAND.
fffThoy aro not only made of the
Choicest TobllCCO hut they are of
Home illiillllf-tct lire, and should he
patronized hy all good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HULBKOOK BUILDINO,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwUuoly
WM, McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
 ALSO	
A WELL-SELECTED STOOK OF
DRY GOODS
ANO FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
LUNDBOUM'S I1LOCK,
t'oltimhlu Slreet,       Xe« Westminster.
noltl-vly
North Brinish and
Mercantile
COMPANY.
E8TABUSHED 1609.
Capital,   •   814,000,000.00
OF  LONDON.
Capital,    •    $11,733,000.00
RATES   AS    LOW   AS   ANY  OTHEB
COMPANIES DOINI1 BUSINESS
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Wantefl, Sliort-hand Pupils,
MR T, It. DUNCAN WISHES TO IN*
form the Public of NewWestminster
i he Is now prepared to uive le-sons lu
Short-hand In the latest una best systems,
A completo courso guurantecd In three
months.
Violin also tatiglit.  The  teaching of
children on this Instrument a specialty.
Address, Drawer 0, city, New Westminster. daplOtc
Laud Registry ordinance, 1870
New Westminster Suburban Let No. 15,
Block X,
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Title to the above mentioned Lot
will be issued to Henry Elliott on the 10th
day of June, 18811, unless In the meantime
a valid objection thereto bomndetothe
undersigned, in writing, by somo person
claiming an estate or Interest ln said Lot
or somo part thereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Oflice,
Now Westminster, 7th March, 1889.
ralrfdStn
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
O .*&. rEtT SIR'S
Temple of Music!
Is the Plaeo to Buy First-Class
PIANOS "" ORGANS
At Mich Prices and Terms as wilt Suit
Auy Reasonable Buyer.
For prices and terms, apply to CAR-
TEH'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC,
Vancouver, It* C#
210 Hastings St. West, daplOto
J. Or. T^QTTES
Agent for Now Wostmlnster City
and District. djc22to
SM1CH ILLS!
BRACKMAN & KEF*.,
MANUPACfUIlEKS  OP
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process,
S3T ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
HlltS al NoHH Simlil-ll.
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE: Tlclorli.
dlnhSumS
CIVIC NOTICE.
T>ERSON8 INTENDING TO ERECT
A Building or Fences nlthln the City
limits will be rural-died with proper Btreet
Hues on application to tht* * onncil, or to
tho Board of Works. Applications must
be in writing,
J. O. JAQUES,
Chairman Board of Works.
New West., May 8,1889. dmySml
rcTOTIOE
ft HEREBY GIVEN  THAT I HAVE
applied to the Hon. tbe Minister of
Lands and Works for a license to cut and
remove timber from llio following described lands situated on Deep Cove of
North Arm of Burrard Inlet, In Group 1,
New Westminster District:
Commencing at a post set £0 chains west
from Deep Cove, west 140 chains, thenco
north 83 chains, thenco cast 98 chains,
theuce south .-6 chains, thence nortb-cust
0Hl4 deg., J5.50 chains, thenco south -10
chulns to point of commencement.
W. H. HIGGINS.
New West,, B. C„ 10th May, i860.     dml
Plants for Sale!
In GitKAT Variety, Ikci-uwnci,
GERANIUMS, Double and Single; FU-
OHMS' nil new varieties; HOSES,
Double PETUNIAS, MOON-FLOWERS:
a line collection of DAHLIAS (named
varieties). ANNUALS, 26 cts. per doz.
Mixed BEDDING PLANTS, 81.50 per doz.
I oiler 10 Plants for 81, Including 1 Storm
King Fuchla. Bouquets, Wrcnths nnd
Crosses made to order. Fruit, Vegetables
and Flowers at Store, next City Hotol, Columbia St. Ordors by mail promptly attended to.     Idwapsyl]     i\ 1.4'lll.Ul.
f.L
aii3
330.339 CORDOVA STKKKT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers and Dealers in
MACHINERY
OK ALL DESCRITIONS.
MARINE WORtTa SPECIALTY.
dwdc20te
Canadian Paciiic Railway.
PACIFIC DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
O
CAUTION.
WNEHS AND MASTERS OF VES-
sols nnd othor Craft navigating the
Fraser River arc emit ion ed to keep within
the Buoys painted Red nnd Wliltt*, respectively, at the Mlssli.n Bridgo, ns during the construction of the Bridge, navigation between the bunks of tho River
and tho Buoys fs dangerous, owing lo piles
being driven there.
II. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent.
Vancouver, B. C, 7th May, 1889.  dmySlc
Dominion Lands.
TF YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
Grazing Lund, or buying Farm, Mining
or any bind from the Dmiilnlnn Government,
00 WOT PAY CASH
But pay tn SGZtXP uud savo a
large discount.
Scrip can be obtained In largo or small
■jiimiMilesfroui
AUOWAY & CHAMPION
-ZI^.-FTT__-_lS,
WINNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
OK FROM
THK BANK OV BRITISH COMMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER
dwmhfltc
ESTABLISHED IS59.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Ncnrly Opposite tno Colonial Hotel
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
.-ssortmeut of all descriptions ot
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats a1 the
LOWEST POSSIMtE THICKS
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
iSnd Mny, 1630,
WHEREAS THE LIEUTENANT-
Govornor ln Council Is empowered,
under tho "Public School Act," to cieate
school Districts, iu addition to those nl-
icitdy existing, aud to define the bound*
iiilesthereof, nnd from time to time to
nlt> r the boundaries of existing Districts:
It Is hereby nodded thnt His Honour bas
been pleased to create die tract of land
eiii'lo-fd wlthlu tho uii dor-mention oil
biiundarlcs a Hehool District, under the
litle of the "Hatzie School District," viz.:
Commencing nt tho south-went cornor
of Section 11, Township 18, New WeBtmlnster District; thonce duo north to the
northern boundary of snld Township;
tbence due cast two miles; thonco In h
direct lino south to the south oastcomcr
of Section 12; thenco duo west to the point
of commencement.
Also, lhat His Honour has been plcasci!
to alter aud re-detltto the boundaries of
"Burton Prairio School Distriot," as follows]
Commencing nt the point In which the
line between Sections 22 and 2:1, Township
17, New Westminstor District, Intersects
tbe right hunk of Fraser River; thence due
north tothe First Correction Line, being
the north-west cornor of Section 8S.Township 17; tbence cast along the said Cor-
reetlon Line to the south-west comer of
Section 2, Township 18; thencedue north
to the north-west corner of Bald Section;
thonce true oast for a distance of six
miles; theneo true south for a distance of
three miles to tho south-west corner of
Section!!, Township 21; thence duo west
along the First Correction Lino for a
distance of seven chains sixty-three links.
more or loss, to tho north-west corner of
Section 85, Township SO; thenco due smith
four miles; thonco duo west six miles, to
tho south-west corner of Section M.Town*
ship 17; tbence duo north, crossing tho
Eraser Itiver, to tho point of commencement.        By Command'
JunSwl
JNO. ROBSON,
Provlnolal Secretary.
J. W. WINGER
IHULKlt IN
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notice and nt Ren- on-
able Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Stook,
Ordors left at the C. P. N. Wharf will be
promptly delivered. dmhaito
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
Mi die Dealer!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
sar Highest Prico paid for Furs and
Deer Hides.
Correspondence Invited. tta-Telephone
Cnll No. fl. (IJ118I0
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot of Douglas s-rnEET. Near
Columwa SmEET,
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
FRESH   BREAD,   CAKES,  PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc.
Hotel nnd Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders promptly attended to nnd
delivered to any. part of tbo oity. dmu28y
L G. llanmnUl Works
Cor. Columbia and Ghusoh Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Ilnuuti, Headstones, Wh. Bt,,
In Marble or Granite of Best Quality.
CORNER     POSTS    AND    CURBING.
N..B:T-Just received—the finest, nssorl-
inentof tit-oldi Ornnlle Monument* ever
seen n British Columbia, which will bo
sold at prices putting competition out of
the question.
dwmhSiyl ALEX HAMILTON' PROP.
TIME    CARD.
O.  **£■-.   BT-.  OO.
The Fine Flrst-Clnss
Str. William Irving
Will Lonve the C. P. S. Co.'s Whorl,
El-V-BIBT*-
Tuesday, Thursday^ Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AND WAV PORTS.
Returning Everr
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When Bultlclent inducement offers Bho
will proceed to HOPE nnd nn such
occasions will leave ber wharf
ntla. m.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T. L. BRIQGS, Agent,
New Westminster. dap3tc
Time Table!
__^_£a      the steamer
mm ROBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER overv Monday morning at 7 o'clock for Nnnaimo, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
Loaves Wostmlnster every Wednesday
nt "it. in. for Nnnaimo direct, -oniieednK
with Islnnd railway and Comox Bteamer,
Lon ves Nanaimo for Vancouver on
Thursdays nnd Fridays and returns same
days,
Leaves Nanaimoon Snlimhiy nt 7 a, i,i.
for Westminster direct.
For freight or ptuui
ortoT. L, SMOGS, 0.1
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOR SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR POnLTRY, 4c.
Rice Meal,
FOR CATTLE FEED,
dmhas-nt
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET  THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & 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 lo Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
U3* 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 sec the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
•JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwtc SI  Col-o.-aa.-bia Street.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'fl BUILDING, FKONT STREET)
•DE-A.L233S   X2T
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly ou Uiunl an Kxtonsivo Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots A Shoes, Hats A Cups,
Crockery, Glassware, At.
MBK-S     -SB     BO-STS'      SUITS.
Great Variety of Household Artiolcs.   Also,
OBAIN, SEEDS,  POTATOES, LIME nnd   GENERAL STORES.
N. B,—Farm Produco bought ut market rates or sold on commission.  ns-Orders
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. dwJeSte
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAB & INVESTMENT AGENCY, Id.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
DIKECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 15 Serjeants Inn Fleet St. -LONDON, ENG.
The Business of* ALLSOP k MASON has been merged In the above Company
and will be carried on by the Company from this date as a general Land Investment
and Insnrance Ageniy.
MONEY TCI LOAN on Mortgage at Low Bates. Town Lota and Farming
Lands for Sale oa easy terms.
Victoria B. 0., May Kith, 1887. dwje7t«
CASTORIA
far Infants and Children.
"Culo-Li-so-r-1!sa.-Hodtoclilldrentot I Cutdrl* cum Cells, Coratlns'lo!,,
s^f"*2K^5sr" ffi igs^ssaa hes* **
UlSo.Oitoiaw.Biwijrn.N.Y.   | Wttlout^urioni nwcUcation.   .
The Centaur Coupast, 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
M.A.McBAE
merchant 'tailor
BEAUTIFCT, KaNGE OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Btrlped and Check
fflK1Pm$&QVMMS
for spring and summer.
Opp, Colonial Hotel
Columbia St.,  .  New Westminster
dwmh2Sto
HACK, LIVERY, STACE,
Feed f Sale Stables
the suiiscmnEns AnE now the-
FADED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
Al Special Low Rates.
hpi ui All Binds of Teaming
Done nt Shortest Notice.
Wry toni wood delivered to any pnrt of
tbo Oity.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention,
r-flTStables nearly opposito C.P.R.Depot, Columbia St., NewWestminster,
djnlltc      GILLEY BROS. Piters.
Feed.LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
PEOrBIHTOK.
GOOD DRIVING * RIDING HORSES
for Hire. HiicltH cnll nt nil Stenmers
and Trnlns. Spcolnt attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand,
Orders may bo left at tbe Offloe of Mathers A Mllllgan,Commission Merchants,
Front atreet, New West. dieSltfl
NOTKffiL
NOTICH IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I bnve applied to the Honourable
Mini titer of the Iuterlor for a license to cut
timber on the following described Dominion lands In New Westminster District,
British Columbia, according to tbe Provincial Government survey:
South-enst K Section 23, south-east \i
Section 25, nortb balf and south-west %
Section 2-1, In Township 2(1, nnd Sections
20 nnd 80, In Township 20.
HENRY V. EDMONDB.
New West., 7th March, 1889. dJeSml
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CDMP'lf.
1 Old Bboad St. and 16 Pall Mall.
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and tlie
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ship;- build
Ina and repairing, Bargcfi and other Vca
sols on navigable rivers and canal--, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAHAGK BT F1BK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information oan be obtained on application t,
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agent for Now Westminster.
To k Fr&nciscQp Cal,
BY WAY OF TBE
T.XWB.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QUICKERIN TIME THAN ANYOTHKH
BODTE BETWEEN
KewWestminsterud 5u faum
GRAND 8CENIG ROUTEjff TKE PACIFIC COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPER8
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Second-Class Pas-
Bengers, attached to Express Trains.
Faro from Portland to Sacramento and
San Francisco—Unlimited, 925; First*
class (Limited), *20; second-class (Limited), |1G.
THROUGH TICKETS to all points South
aud East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES:
Citv Offich, No, 184 Cor. Flnt A Aldei
Streets;
Depot Offior, Cor, F A Front Stneta;
R, KOEHLER,
Manager.
Portland, Oregon.
E\ P. ROGERS,
AMU* P.* MM Sail]) British Columbian
Saturday Evening, Jane 8, 1889.
ADVHTiSINQ Mitt FOR THE DAILY.
Transient AdvertIscuienls.—First Insertion, 10 cL», per I Ino Knl Id uonparr'!; eaeh
subseiiiiL'Ulcoii'.TCHllvt'hiso-'li-Mic'ii'l*'. per
Hue. AdvertlHomentH not Inserted every
day—'tlrst Insertion, 10cts. pi-rlhie; subsequent Insertions, Sets, per line.
iriaiidiiifi Advortlseiucni-*,—Professional or Basiness Cards—83 per month. Special rates for general trade advertising,
according to space oniMipled and dura! inn
of contract.
.tuition gules, when displayed,chiirgt-d
25 per cent, less than transient ndvt-*, If
solid, charged at regitliir transient rates,
ftpttvlni Notlpt-.-- anion;; reading mattor,
'20 cts. per lino each Insertion, Specials
iiis.'i'l'-'l by thu month at reduced rates.
Births.Marriages and Deaths,?! for each
Insertion; Funeral Nntlcos in couneotlOn
with deaths, 00 ola, each insertion.
WEEKLY ADVERTISIUQ RATES.
Tiim-ili'iii AilverUscments.—First lusor*
llon, lUci-*. per linn solid nottpun-il; sub-
laqwent insertions,7 ots. per line.
.siaiidiiK; Adverilawuenls,—Profession*
al im* Itti-iiiR'-'-s Curds*-31.50  per month.
SivHa! r;i!i's fnrcnicial Inidiiailvortl-sinti..
SpCi'l.il .Nu!ii:i'S, lllrths, Marriages and
Dentil-', Kltmo rates us Dally.
Cuts mustboflll motal.audforlitrgocals
au extra rate will he ounrgad.
CB-Peisiui!- sciiuir.'.' In advertl-i'iin-nis
should be en refill to slide whether they
aw to appear In the Dally Edition, or the
WO'd.lv.orlHith.   A Iilx-ml   rediiLtion Is
made when Inserted In both. N'oadvor-
tlsoment Inserted for less Hum SI.
BtJDSORIBERS
Who do not reeolva llielr paper regularly,
from the Carriers or through the Post
Odlce, will confer;i favor hy reporting the
same lo the office of publication at once.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Application for License II. EickhoiT
Notico to Creditors.. Jamos A. Robinson
Kindergarten School.... Miss Dnimmond
Curd of Thanks 0. E. C. Brown
School District  .John llobaon
No polico court to-day.
Strawberries and   Cream   at  tho
"Club." *
Mr. 0. E. C. Brown has a card of
thanks in this issue.
Salmon are still scarce and the fieli*
orinen aro making poor pay.
All tho fashionable iced boveragc3, at
the "Hub," next the "Queen's,"
Russell's Restaurant, opposite the
American Hotol, open tiny anil
night. a0m3*
200 lota on the Thorno road, from
§05 upwards nt §10 per month.- W.
Roidt, Front street. *
Just received a lot of now California
potatoes at Rao's {successor to McPhaden) yrocery storo. 3t*
The str. Irving loft for Chilliwack
this morning with a large load of
freight and 30 passengers.
The rifle association had tho most
successful practice ot the season at
Brownsville this afternoon.
The str. Rithet left for Victoria
this morning with 40 passeugera and a
large quantity of farm produco.
To-day waa ono of the warmest day**
uf the season. But tho fino cool breeze
tempered the heat considerably.
The Begbie street lire slip is completed and roady for use. Tho contractu' has made a -jooil jub of tho
slip.
Nortii Arm Road Lot;, from 6100;
Sapperton, 8150; and Brownsville Acre
Lota at S100, on easy tonus, nt W. J.
Walker & Go's.      " *
Servico at St. Mary's, Sapperton, tomorrow, will be celebrated at S a.m.,
mntina and celebration at 10:110 a.m.,
and evensong at 7 p.m.
Gouts' Balbriggnn and Natural Wool
Underclothing; Summer Conts and
Vests. Just the thinga fur tho hot
wcather-at ,1. E. Phillips.        3i*
A largo boiler and somo other machinery for Muim's cannery arrivod
yesterday and was taken down river
by the str. Irving laat night.
Look out for thu great sale of lota in
tho town uf Seattle, at thu Miaaion
Bridge, on June 15th next. For particulars, apply to Wm, Reidt.       *
Baptist church to-morryw, subject in
tho morning: "The parent does what
the disciple cannot." lu the ovening,
subject: "We ace Jesus." Tho pastor administers baptism at tho end of
tho service in tho evening.
Yesterday's work iu tho C. P. It.
telegraph office wna thu heaviest in that
institution sinco its establishment. In
addition to the average amount of
business, about 1,200 messages relating to the Seattlo firo were repeated
to tho east.
The new city hull waa thoroughly
fumigated yestorday to rid it oE the
numerous immigrants who positively
refused to evacuate on tho order of tho
houae committee. Tho immigrants
wero principally composed of members
of the bedbug tribe.
Our acknowledgments sire due to
Mr. Richard London, of Westliam
Island, Delta, for a small box of A No.
1 strawberries, of beautiful appearanco
and flavor, and reflecting creditably
upon the locality whore the fruit was
grown as well aa upon tho horticulturist himself.
Lots in the town of Sunins, Whatcom
county, un ihe boundary line, at ihe
. junction of tho Canadian Pacific nnd
Seattlo Like Shore & Eastern Railroads, nru now on the market nt bedrock priors, and nro Belling fast. Bny
quick beforo iho otioico lots nre all
secured. — Rioiunus- Haywood &
Mackintosh. *to
In aiuitliur column will ho found the
advertise ino nt of Miss Drutnmond,
who intends opening a kindergarten
school forcliiltJrun.. The kindergarten
system hai mot with groat favor nnd
Iui3 been attended with great success
both in Europe mid America, and
the opening of such a school in this
city will doubtlosa bo heartily welcom*
by many others.
A marriage, thu prospect of whicli
liRBbeon agitating Boolety at Ladners
for some months, is announced to tako
place on Monday. Tho high contracting parties aro Mr. II. N. Rich and
Miss Green, daughter of Mr. C, F.
Groan. Both are very popular iii
Westminster us well ns nt Liwlnors,
and tho happy .couplo will carry with
them tho heartiest wishes of a host <-f
friend**.
Tho ladica of Chmt church, Surrey
centre, will givo a grand strawberry
and ice cream festival in the town hall
on Friday evening next, Tlio proceeds
of the festival will bo devoted to painting the church. Tho city editor of
this journal would bo glad to go ovor
and paint the building any bright
color, on condition that an ample supply of tho liquid refreshment be
furnished for the work,
Mr. Thos. Cunningham ia lirat to
the .front with raspberries this season,
and fur soveral days he hns heen supplying the market with several fino
garden varieties. Wo tire indebted tu
im for n handsome basket of this line
fruit, which to siy the least would bo
hard to equal in sine nnd flavor, Mr.
Cunningham also sent along a cherry.
branch, two foet lung, on which were
no less than 148 cherries. For "amateur" fruit raising this is not bad.
The Par Trade.
The Indians have beon bringing in
huge quantities ot furs during the last
fow days, the kinds being bear, mink,
wildcat, beaver, panther, mountain
gont, muskrat and mountain sheep.
The market prices uro high at present
and somo of tho Siwaslica havo made
very handsome wages out of their
winter's pastime. It will bo several
weeks yot before tho rush of Siwaehes,
who find employment with tho canneries, commences, and it will not bo
till then thnt fur trading mid bartering
will reach ita height.
Nannlmo AnsIzps.
Thu spring assizes at Nanaimo woro
concluded on Wednesday. In tho casu
of Regina vs. Muzettoo, charged with
aggravated assault on ouo Doininick.
nt Wellington, Mr. D. M. Eberts for
the accused, pleaded guilty, and Mr.
Justice Crcaso sentenced tho prisoner
to ono months' imprisonment without
hard labor, and to pay SI50 to Doininick. Buclit, tho Indian found guilty
of manslaughter, was repotted to be
suffering from cancel* in the stomach
and external sores. Taking into consideration tho condition of tlio prisoner, his lordship aaid he would sentence
him tn two yeara imprisonment, ns
while in tho penitentiary ha would receivo good medical attendance, and if
it became apparent that thu prisoner
was under t-ontenco of doath from a
higher court he would he sont homo to
his friends to die.
Thi-Coming I'vhfhlthm.
Mnny enquiries are being made
round town, and by farmers arriving
up and down river, as to when the
provincial exhibition is to be advertised
and placarded. Farmers nro anxious
to know what provision will ho made
for tho housing of stuck,, value of
prizes nnd conditions of prize list, so
that they mny commence preparations
immediately for tho event. Tho exhibition cannot bo too early or two
widely advertised. The executive,
committee should endeavor to obtain
vory low rates from the C. P. R. nnd
steamboat linos for the transportation
of stock from the interior, and theso
rates Bhould ho printed on the posters
ao that everyone mny he familiar with
thorn. If favorable rates aro obtained
the farmers of tho Nicola and Okanag-
ou districts may he induced to attend
in largo numbers. Those matters require speedy attention.
A Narrow Escape*
Settlors in the neighborhood of Englishman's River for sometime past
havo boen considerably bothered by
thu depredations of a panther, which
ha3 carried off soveral of thu domestic
animals. A week ngo Inat Sunday the
family of Mr. Wm. Wraith, who live
about a miles thia sido uf Englishman's
River, wero out in the yard. Their
littlo child was playing in the grass n
short distanco from the bush, when
suddenly a panther appeared and mado
a dash for tlie child. Sirs. Wraith who
was the first to observe Iho beast
screamed lustily for her husband, who
attacked tho panther with a club, scar-
im* it off. Tho eacnpo of the child
from horrible death, was moat miraculous na had it not been for the presence
of Mr. and Mrs. Wraith the child would
cortninly have heen carried off by the
panther. There is somo talk of organizing a hunt for the beast, as life
will not bosafo while he is in tho vi-
cinity.— Free Pre?s.
I II—II   Ml ' ftggSMggBBfiHM
Roasted Alive.
On Thursday night a ghastly tragedy
occurred in the Siwash settlement
across False Creek bridgo. Soveral
of tlio Indians had becomo possessed at
onco to get drunk in tho moat approved native fashion. They succeeded
admirably in thoir effort and dfd not
desert tho feast till all had been consumed. They then retired, like good
Christianised heathen, to thoir various
shacks to sleep off in peace the effects
of their potationa. Among thu jovial
spirits who had partaken of thu nectar
was nn old gentleman familiarly known
as "Croney's lather," Ho is thus
known probably becauso Cnmey can
lick tho old man. Shortly nfter midnight n Swcdo who was passing by tho
neighborhood saw tho cabin uf "Croney's father" in flames nud tried to extinguish it. He was nut aware that
thero was any one inside nud bo after
a futile attempt gavo it up and went
his way, Noxt morning the charred
remains of "Cronoy's father" were
found amid the smouldering wood.
Croney himself announced tho fuels
of tho cubo to tho police, and the re*
mains of thu old man were collected
and placed in n rough colliu. Two nr*
rusts wore mado iu connection with
the caso, a Siwnsh and nu Italian
named Peter Thomas, tho latter on tho
chnrgo of having supplied tho whiskey.
Friday night tho Siwash settlement
held their dolorous ceremony over the
remains of their docensod brother.—
News-Advertiser,
Wo print n communication to-day
from Mr. John E. Lord, on the water
works question principally. Mr. Lord
lias signed his own namo to his communication, nnd we would request nil
who may write on tho question
do so ua well, bo that each one
may ho responsible for own expressions on thia important subject.
It ia not our purposo to tako
up each communication that may be
-written on the by-laws, except as it
mny serve ns a text, but to tuke the
shortest and most direct route to the
real facta of the case.
The Xurihcr'i r.i'-illc for Wci'inluster.
Mr. Henry Villard, of tho Northern
Pacific, and Messrs. Chaa. C. Beaman
and Wm. Solomon, of Now York, arrived in Vanoouver yesterday and proceeded direct to Seattle. A World
report t-r wailed upon Mr. Villard and
gleaned considerable information from
flim. Regarding tho question of the
Northern Paciiic having secured a
controlling intorest over tho rond that
is now being built to New Westminster, the members of the party would
uot give a definite answer, but iu a
vague kind of way said thoro could
not be anything in it. Boforu leaving,
tho members of tho party aaid the
Northern Pacific would nov*jr build
tnrough the Peace river country. They
however, intimated that tho company's
cars may bo run ovor to Vanoouver
oin Westminster over the Short Lino
when communication with the Sound
cities is complete. A depot would be
located when tho Short Lino is finished, possibly on tho land bonded by
thu company between the limekiln
and the smulter. But, as yot, the
question of building an independent
lino to Vancouver direct, although it
will eventually bo consummated, lias
yot to bo thoroughly discussed,
From tho above it is iiuito evident
that the Northern Pacific fully intends
building to Westminster, and tho probabilities nro that before Mr, Villard
returns eaat something definite of tho
company's intention will bo known.
PERSONAL.
T. W. Kerr, of Ladners, ia in the
oity.
A. MoKolvio, of Vancouver, is staying nt tho Colonial.
Reeve Kirkland returned to tho
Delta this morning.
F. H. Rniff, of Hong Kong, is registered at the Queens.
Mrs. W. M. Cochrane, of Kamloops,
arrived from Victoria yesterday, and
-will be tho guest of Mrs. James Ken
nudy for about two weeks.
CORRESPONDENCE.
The Tbcnlre License.
Editor Columbian,—-Permit mo to
mako some observations upon nn editorial item wliich appeared in your isauo of
yestorday, relating to Herring's Opera
House. In that item it is stated that the
new trades license by-law "imposes a tax
of §100 per annum ou all theKlreH rind
?10 per niglit on all theatrical companies
giving entertainments." It is further
stated that Mi*. Herring has determined
to transform his opera house into a tcno-
ment house iu consequence of this heavy
tax, and transfer bin scenery to a Vancouver opera house* in, which lie has taken
nn interest, leaving the inferenco to be
drawn that tho theatre tax iu Vancouver
is less burdensome than here. Now, as a
matter of fact the new by-law imposes a
tax of only $10 evory half year on
theatres; and thu tax on theatrical companies is $10 for tho first entertainment
uud §5 for each subsequent one. The
tax on theatres in Vancouver ia $100 a
year, and on theatrical companies §5 for
every entertainment. If Mr. Herring's
object, therefore, in transferring his
theatrical interest from this city to Vancouver is to cscapo taxation, the above
facts will show how disappoiiitlftg tlie
result is likely to be.
Yours kc,
1). Robson.
[We regret thai a representative of
this paper was misinformed on the above
points by somo one, whether purposely
or not we cannot Bay.—Ed,]
The Wilier Agreement, Etc.
Tin* IIIhIiop'h Trip.
Tho Churchman's Gazette for Juno
contains a most interesting account of
Bishop Sillitoe's pastoral trip through
tho upper country. Tho follow extracts will be road with interest :
Friday, 10th, tlio bishop drovo to
BohooloOB- the Indian reserve near
Coutlio'a, whore ho mot Mr. Wright
and Moaholl and held a mooting of tho
Indians of tho English church. These
havo lately built themselves a new
church, the former one, built by
Noweesesken and opened by tlio bishop some yeara ago, having boen appropriated by the now ohiof who is a
Romanist. Frantic endeavors are being made to induce our Indians hero to
deaert, ovon lo tho extent of threatening them with the "queen's soldiers,"
hut thoy aro standing firm and increasing rather than diminishing iu numbers.
A worse trouble assails them from n
horde of ruffianly half-breed boys who,
though sprung from Indian mothers
themselves, have no respect for tho
honor and virtue of an Indian girl,
Thoro is no clasa in tho community so
troublesome and dangerous as t'hoao
boys. A white hoodlum ia bad enough
but ho is a tamo animal compared with
his half-breed brother. Tho whole
Nicola valley iB Buffering from a plagno
of grasshoppers which threaten to destroy tho whole grain crop of tho
season, and on many of tho rangos aro
eating off thn grass too nnd making tho
stockmen vory anxious.about their
feed.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Nkkvi* ToiiTDiiKU.—"I suffered with
neuralgia and obtained no relief until I
used llagyard's Yellow Oil. Sinco then
I have also found it an invaluable remedy for all painful burns and cuts, rhcu
mutism mul sore throat." Mrs. F, Cam
eron, Jiff Richmond Street Wost, Toronto, Ont,
Editor Columbian.-—I read iu the last
issue of your pnper, the agreement mado
between the council and tho Coquitlam
Water Works Co. I was surprised to
read the sum agreed on for the privilege
of using a portion of the privileges granted by charter to the Water Co.—not
even stating what portion, the third,
tenth or any other quantity—was to cost
tho city $20,000; and the privileges—the
council, can or may lay pipes along tho
surveyed lino to New Westminstor, and
their workmen can lay and repair pipes
along the line, and any trouble that may
arise at any timo with any other interested parties, the coat shall fall on the corporation. Sir, I am afraid the city is
asked to pay too much for a pig in a poke,
and trouble in the future. Tho by-law
asks for 8200,000—no interest. Tbe
works will be self-sustaining, and give a
revenue. Granted, but that will be when
we havo 10,000 consumers. 820,000 purchase and 815,000 Interest and sinking
fund, the first year, reduces the amount
to go on to $1(55,000, not one half the
Bum required to lay the mains and prepare to supply 25,000 people. To commence on a smaller scale is useless, and if
not careful the sum asked may be frittered away and no water.
Sir, I was surprised to see the suicidal
part tho council and board of trado took
tn encouraging this limit to the fishing
license. It has placed nn embargo on
honest labor. Is New Wostminstor going to be benefited by this law, I am
sure not. Tho Behring's Sea monopoly
Ib a curse, so will this cannery monopoly
prove to be. Monopolies of all kinds act
as cancers, sap the life blood, and eventually destroy that which gavo it life,
J. K. Lord.
Dr. Child's Pilo Ointment instantly relieves and permanently ourosPi.es, Pruritus and all hot and itching sores and
eruptions. N, W. agents, fi. S- Curtis
k Co. dmy28yl
£> East ot Mary Htreet. __....
Hervlees at 11 a. in. nnd 7 p.m. HabL-atn
Hehool andBlhle Class nt 2:80 p. m. AU
seats free; strangers cordially welcomed.
—Rev. Thos, Baldwin, pastor.
METHODIST CHUROH, Mary
Stroet, Uov, J. H. White, Pastor.
Hcrvlcos at 11 a.m. ami 7 p.m. Sunday
Hehool and itlble Olasn 2:i» n. m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays nt 7.30p.m. Seats
free; stronger!* cordially Invited.	
OT. PAUL'S OMUUCII, John Street,
O Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thomas
Haddon, Pastor. Services everyHunday
at 11 a. in. mul 7 p. in, Thursday evenings
at 7:80 o'clock, Seats free; nil are cordially Invited, Sunday Hehool at2:S0 p. in.
-«,HURCH  OF   KNGI.A5U>.--HOI-Y
V 1
Ven.
■.>ll.lJlT.l.jIf ,   IK'HI-H, lllllOIFlll.,..        -- .._.
in both churches every day, All seats
free. Both churches opon all day for private prayer.	
T^lllBS BYT BRI AN    OHVRCH   (ST.
Jr ANlJKKW'S', corner Carnarvon nnd
Blackwood Hts. Hov. Thm. Scouler, pastor. Services at II a. m.aml 7 p. m.j Hun-
(lay-Ni-liool and Dlhle-elass nf 2.80 p. m.:
Prayer-meeting on Thursday evenings nt
7.80, Heats free; strangers welcome
The Lacrosse Hatch.
Tho first game of Increaso ever
played in Westminster took place today in the prcsenco of a largo number
of peoplo. Tho day was warm and
consequently rather hard on tho players, but despite this drawback thore
was no lack of vigor displayed by tho
contestants. The following wero the
teams: Vnncouvor: Bighnm, Suckling,
Simpson, Smith, Quigly, Rankin,
Murphy, McDougall, BoiiUbee,
Thcmmpson, Paget, J. Smith, W.
S. Taylor, (captain). Westminster: J. O. Whyto (captain), Lewis,
Corbett, Cow, Dockerill, Turner, McMartin, Lister, Thompson, Carrie,
Polloy nnd N. A. Whito. Tho visitors did not arrivo until nearly 3
o'clock, and tho game did not start
until 4.20. Mr. G. Armstrong and
Mr. C. S, McDonncl wero chosen umpires and Mr. Clurko referee.
When the men took their positions it
was noticed thnt the physique of tlio
homo team wna equal to that of tho
visitors, though it was generally supposed that in tho scientific handling of
tho stick, tho visitors would bear away
the palm. Westminstor had no expectation of winning against such an
array of old players, but ovory mem-
bur of tlio team was deter mi ued that
Vancouver would havo to piny lmrd to
win.
Immediately nfter the bull wus faced
it went to Bide field and was seut from
there to the Westminster goal, where
Whyte quickly secured it and threw
down to tho Vancouvor flags. It did
not remain here long but was soon in
centro field, and goneral play ensued.
The play was'very Ioobo on both sides
for a couple of minutes, when McDougall secured the ball and having a
good opening sent it through the flags,
winning first game for Vancouver in 7
minutes.
SECOND GAME.
The ball had no sooner been faced
than it went over towards thu fence,
from where it went to the other side
of the field, whero it waa faced. Shortly after it went dangerously closo to
the Vancouver flags, at which Lewis
got a shot, but it was neatly stopped.
Hot play followed, thu advantage being
slight on either sido. Repeated assaults were made on tho Westminster
goal but tho defence played a splendid
game. Vancouver also was closely
passed several times nnd its defence
wns hard pressed, Vancouver showed
some little bits of good team play, but
Westminster wns porceptibly conapicu-
ous by its lack of the same. At the
end of 25 minutes of all* over-the* Hold
play tho ball was faced to the side of
Vancouver's goal; Lewis got it, passed
to Turner, who dropped it through the
flags, thus winning the first game for
Westminster.
THIRD GAME,
The third game started after a few
minutes'rest and hot play followed,
Westminster's defence being kept very
busy; Whyto finally relieved the strain
and the ball went to Vancouver's
goal, but was soon sent back to
centre field. From centro field the
rubber travelled back to tho Westminster flags, where D, Smith got it und
scored for Vancouver. Time 3 minutes.
FOURTH GAME.
This gamo wna started at 5:25, and
after 35 minutes' brilliant play was
won by Vancouver, whicli gave tho
match to the visitors.
SYRUP OF FIGS,
Produced from the laxative and nutritious juice of California figs, combined
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to be moat beneficial to the
human system, acta gently on tho kidneys, liver nnd bowels, effectually cleansing tho system, dispelling eolds and
headaches, and curing habitual constipation.
"When Baby wu sick, we gar* her Cistorla,
"When she wm a Child, she cried for Caatorla,
^on ahe becimo Miss, ahe elnng to CMtorta,
Whtn aht hsd CliildMtj, ahe gave tbem Clitoris
CALK DUMA A   ST,   ANDREW'S
soulRTY.-The regular meetings of
this Association are In id on t lie last Tuesday of each month,at8o'olook p.m. All
Scotchmen are Invited to attend.-John
Buie, Sec-	
AO. F.-,C'OUflT LORD DUFFEH1N-
, No. (Will. The regulnr meetings of
tlio above Court nro held at the Foresters'
Hall, on tlie flrst and third Wednesday ln
each month, nt 8 p. m.—Jno. MoMubphy,
Sonr., P. U. R.
Application for License.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
I intend to apply to tbe jjcnn-dng
Board at its next meeting for a license to
sell intoxicating liquor*- in the premises
known ns the "Union Hotel," Columbia
Btreet. HENRY EICKHOKF.
New West,, Juno 8,1880. dje8t2
Annual School Meeting
A PUBLIC MEETING OF THE REO-
1st ercd householders and freeholders
of New Westminster Oity Sohool District
Will bo held on MONDAY llie lOlli day at
Jimr. 1880, at the NEW CITY HALL,
Market Squaro, commencing nt II o'olock
n, m., for the purpose of receiving the He-
port of the Trustees,
By order of Board of Trustees,
JOHN McKENZ-IE,
Secret ary.
Posted 28th May, 1880. djcSU
§Yfi^EGs
A Pleasing Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follow, tha uso of Syrup o£ %•, ns it
acts gently on tho
Kidneys, Liver W> Bowels
Effectually Cleansing tho System when
Costive or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and pormnncntly curing
■aABrruAt constipation
■without weakening or irritating tho or*
fans on Which it sots.
J*W Sale In 1 Co 1-ottlo. by nil Leading
Druggists.
UUr-PACtUSKU ONLV BT TUB
OAmORmAHQSIBTJPOO
______        ea Piutam, cu.,
*-**l*m*J,Kr., 'J.n-YOM.11*
tTsTCCS
Kindergarten School.
MISS DBUMMOND WILL OPEN Till*
nbove ror omldron from 8 years of
ngo, Juho 10111,18811.
TEnMS-53 per month.
C'arliarvou Btreet. directly opposite the
l'rosltvterlim   Oliurcli,  Now Westminster, B.O. iljosnil
NOTICE T0CREDIT0RS.
In the Estato of Lowus E, Matiw-3,
Deceased.
ALL PERRONS HAVING CLAIMS
against tho estato of the lab* Loftus
11, Mclnnes are hereby not Hied Hi at unless tlielr claims are. furnished to the
Executor, James A. Robinson, before the
expiration of threo months from this
dale, the Executor will not be rosponslhle
for tholr payment.
Dated this Sth day of June. 1880.
JAMEH A. ROBINSON,
Je8-dwl*wm3 Now Westminster,
see
Card of Thanks.
T DESIRE TO HEARTILY THANK
JL the Citizens of Now WcHtmiusicrfoi-
their very generous patronage during 1 he
past five years and trust that in tlio futuro
I shall continuo to merit (heir eonlhleiice,
1 have just secured as an assistant, A. J.
lloliniH, D. D. ft., a grniluateof the Ohio
Dental College (ii brunch of Uu- (Mucin*
nut University), which college ranks seoond to none ln tlio world. Dr. Holmes
comes highly recommended, nnd having
had three years experience In the practice of Dentistry, I feel that lean eonll-
lU-ntly assure nil requiring dental work
that only n superior class of worlc will lie
dono.
Prices moderate as In the past.
Crown, bridge work, nnd the preservation of the natural teeth specialties,
Opfick: Rooms II ft C, Bank of B. C,
comer Columbia and Mary Streets.
C. B, 0. BROWN,
dje8wl Dentist.
PROVINCIAL gECKI'TAIlY'S OFFICE,
3rd June, 1880.
WHEREAS tbo LtetUeiinnt-Oovernor
In Council is empowered, under the
■'Public School Aet," to create Sohool Districts, in addition to those already existing, mid to define the boundaries thereof,
nnd from time to time to alter the houn-
dar Ies of oxlsllng Districts; it Is hereby
notified thnt His Honor hns been pleased
to create the tract of land enclosed within
the under-mentioned boundaries a School
District, under tho title of the "Otter
Hehool District," vl it. :-
Commencing at the middle point of
the southern boumlai-y llnoof ScelioiVflO-
Townshlo 10, New Westminster District
thonce duo nortii threo and a hnlf'(8J-J)
miles to tho centre of Section 7, Ti.wn-.hlji
11; thenco duo east two nnd a half (2J^)
miles to the central point of tho western
boundary of Section ll), Township 11;
thence south ono nnd n half Il^J miles lo
tho south-cast corner of Section -1; t hence
oast one and n half IIJ^Jl miles totho middle point of tho northern boundary line of
Section 85, Township 10; theneo duo south
threo and a half Iffjjjl miles to tho centre
of Section II of sard Township; thence
west one nnd a half [1!^] miles totho
centre of the eastern boundary lino of
Section 10 of same Township; thence
north one and a half [1H\ milts lollie
north-east corner of Seclfon 21; theuce
In a direct Hue wost two nnd n half [2).;\
miles, to the point of commencement.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
dje8wl Provincial Secretary.
ff.J.WALKER&CO.
hank nuiLprNGs,
Mary Street, NewWestminster. B.C.
|T£I,Bl-JIOKE No. 55.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND  .
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London and Lancashire Fire nnd
Drlllsili  Umpire Life Insurance
Companies,
New Went minster Building Socioty,
Acc« ii u tit ill's Offlce, Diocese of N.W.
Oily Auditors, 1880, IBS? and 1881,
ADVISB CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPER-
TY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
nnd other monetary transactions.
Have several good Investments on their
hooks, and all now comers will do well to
call before doing business elsewhere.
dwUdely
To Coiiti'Hctoi'8& tni-peiitevs
TENDERS WILL HE RECEIVED HY
tho undersigned up to noon of SATURDAY, !tDth Inst., for Iho dividing nf
Herring's Opera House Into tenemenls,
nnd other work. Plans nnd siicelllcntlons
can bo seen ut my otllce, Mnry Street,
The lowest, or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
O. W. GRANT.
New Westminster, June 7,18=0;  > dJoTld
JUST   RECEIVED,
Direct from Germany, by Express,
The Latest lovelties in
LADIES' JERSEYS
In New Shades and Combinations.
Nothing Like Them Ever Shown in the City
before.  Call and See them.
Ogle, Campbell &
SUMMER COATS,
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
Ogle, Campbell £ Go's
>
dtc
Next Door Bank of Montreal.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
rauxxB HT
Choice Family Groceries I
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
**dia*bxad.oi "Herring's,
"LsCaclserel, Salt Ood,
^.xxxio-ax's TJxic. *E*£a»a@,
^*xrrrio-ar'-3 "CTxic. Bacon..
Flo-ax. Bran.. Slaoxte,
s-rHIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE.
uouwir 8ooullar-t\rm«jtrong Blook, Columbia St.
LONDON
HOSIERY.
The finest assortment of
Ladies', Children's and Infants' English and German Hosiery direct from ]
the manufacturers.
Largest assortment of Ladies'Jerseys, English and German make, ever shown in
town.    ________
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NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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Practical Watchmaker, Ianufacturin#
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, Mi
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses In steel, rubbor, silver arc 6_,i.\ I
frames.   Tho linest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; all sights suited.
Special attention given to PINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having loarn*,u tiio
business thoroughly from aome of the finest Horologors in England, and since then
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the beat firms ou tlie oonti.
nont of America, is a sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly iiiiuu-
ger for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savago k Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate,
Montiikal, Dec., 1887.—Mr, P, Crake.— Audw. Robertson, Ear*., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watohmakei* who did so ;
well for me aa you did when in Montreal, and I nm sorry you are not hero to-day."    H
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Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL. NEW WESTMINSTER, li. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    ■     Oolumbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time.  A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand.   New SYRUPS, MO- j
LASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc    \
W. £ G. Wolfenden-,
DIRECT IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN
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DRY GOODS
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia & Mary Sts.
BON MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER & SHADWELL.
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