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Array Government "Printing or
AILY
British
Columbian
VOLUME 6
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. 0., THURSDAY EVENING. JUNE 13, 1889,
NUMBER 139
I PROFESSIONAL AHD BUSINESS CARDS.
It
. 0. ATKINSON,
tAUUISTER, 80LHJiroi;l.tc Offices-
Maf-onie Bulldluu, New Wefclmlnster-
■j. ' dwto
AilBISTROKG A ECKSTEIN,
ABBISTEItS, SOLICITOUS. ETO,-
i Masonic Building, Now Westmln-
r, B. 0. dwmy4te_
W. NIJ-KMAM BOLb., U. C„
ABBmTEB-AT-LA\V,LAND AGENT.
Money to Loan. Omoe-Olarltsoii St..
w Westminster, B C. »-«■
miinwi III, Mf-1 OI.L A -IKSSS-
1ABBIBTER3, SOLICITOUS, ole. Offl-
oca-Masonic Building-*, Hew Wcst-
UBtcr, and Vancouver, 1!. tl. awto
A.C.BRYDONE.-JA.CR, M.A.,
OTABV PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,
Ao. Barrister of tho Now Brunswick
areirao Court. Offlco ln the Hamley
tiding, Columbia St., opposite the Col-
:al Hotel,   dupBto
IOSUPI1 K. OAYNOK, U.A..LL.U.
OLD MEDALIST of the University of
Dublin. BAItlUSTER-AT LAW of
High Cnurtof Justli-e, irelnnd. Oillces,
nor McKenzie & Olarkson st*., New
stmlnstcr. dwfeSlto
Bfttli
ti. II. OATKWOOD, IJ.W.'-.-
ilHtaBON DENT1ST--A  Qraduato  of
-uy* the Baltimore Dentnl Gotl'>f?*>, In i»re-
■M to do aU kinds ot Dental work. Of-
Ti over MoX-entitm A McFocly-a hard-
ve store, 192 Cordova St., Vanoouver,
■"*  *     ■inpaoic
G. W. I'ltAJNT.
RrtClIITECT,  Offlob-Corner Mary and
■ Clarkson Sts., Westminster.   uwlo_
CLOW   A-  fllAOLlillB*.
'ICHITECTS.    Oflloe—Room E, over
Bank of B. C, ColumbiaStreet.Wcst-
ister. dto
-WILLIAM 11. KINO,
•CHITECT.BANITARYENGINEER,
Aa. RcmoVi'd to Armstrong's Block,
imbla Stroet, Weitminster —Boom
2. uto
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of .11 kinds of tlie best makes; Cross-rat & Hand-Saws,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and all tho ncces-iry Utensils for Fanning!
Pulley Block!!, Snatch Blocks, Rope & Chain in all sizes; pitch,
Tnr & Oakum; Tarred and Main Paper for Bulldlngi Paints & Oils
In nil colors; Liquid Paints in all shades; Floor Paints ready to use; Grind
Stones; Wall Paper in all designs; Brooms «V Brushes'or all purposes;
Lllbricatin-* OllSt Traps of all descriptions, aud a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
**r Special attention given to orders by mail.
dwjly3tc
T. IT., T___ZJL_]=>_E> SO CO.,
' Columbia Street, New Westminster,
GRANT & MACLURE.
Boots Ik Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
IV. THlBAUDEAt',
tiNl) SUKVEYUIl AND DBAUGHTS-
mar. Hamley Blook, New Wcstmin-
, IJ. ft  clmylBto
A. V. ItOTTON,
MINION ANn PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR. Otllce: RoomD.Bimk
^ a biUl-ling, Westminster, B. 0.
pi        <;. i-irri;Ni»Hi«H,
iAL ESTATE BBOKBR and County
Court Agent. Commissioner, Notary
,1c, &o. Rents collected. Offlne-Mc-
■/,\eStreet,New Westminster,B.0.
T.J. TllAPP,
BrOTIONEEIt AND APPRAISER.
V Columbia .-itreet., New Westminster.
VuommlKHi'.iis will reoeivu prompt
li-iii-'iful attention. Best, roforonces
<] whenreqnlrctl. mliliMo
;■ TURNER, yMKTOS A CO.,
3R0HANTS.    Wharf   St., Vlctoillt,
r Agents for Norlh British and Mer-
flo Insurance Co, for Mainland, H.
ieton A Co., 83 I'tnsl-ury Circus, I-ou-
K. 0. dto
RJOR a PEARSON
jcul  Estate  Broker.*! ami
Financial Agents.
!NT8 POR
ifeiUrntto-i Life Asioc lotion of
Toronto.
j,-nl ttml liftncnshlrc Plrolnsar-
an- e Com-i'inlcM.
Valuable Lots for sale in the City
District of Westminster! aud choice
tn the City of Vancouver.
■none wishing to buy or sell oity or
property should communicate wlih
eesi Bank of B.C. building, opposite
Ulleo, Westminster,nnd Hastings SI.,
inuver. dwtipwl o
?AND BROS.
%\U ESTATE BllOKKRS,
Cnitveynnccrai C fill* ■• tors,
Ami  tii-turnnce Agents,
Bfr.-i nt
K     NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
McKoiii-io and ClarkBon Sts.
VAN lOUyBlt, Cordova atreet,
LONDON,Englai'-d.
iLDING LOTS for sale In all soetlonB
iicouverand New Westminster City,
IM LANDS of superior quality for
at Chilllwhack, Port Hammond,
ey, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay, Lad-
Landing, Luln Isluuil, North Arm
'iti Rlvor. ,   . ..
is nnd Plans exhibited nnd the full-
formation furnished at nil ourollleea,
New Spring Goods I
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
«T.   ta.   _\l_G__.JSrt__iON>m
MERCHANT    TAILOR,
Columbia Street, ■ New Westminster,
Globe House!
JTJST      *H*E3 0*3J*V*E1*D,
The Latest Novelties in Ladies'
iraw Hats and Bonnets,
Silk Dolmans
and Mantles,
hcrm* -m^mc-. in.7?-rLj>E-<-
IW. BOVILL,
lal Estate Agent
And CONVEYANCER.
J WESTMINSTERi-OUlco, Mackon-
Ko Streot.
S.OOITVER: — Ofllco,   Abbott   Street,
*|yw Cordova Streot,
i List of City and Suburban Tro*
IJtieular attention paid  to Farming
lurato Information  to correspond-
 .   . dwmyllyl
Albert j. hill & go.
ill Engineers, Land Stir-
|.yors& Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
tOML, SHIPPING A COMMISSION ACEHTS
! Tir*-. Life A Murine Itir-arunrc.
ImwiaSt., - Orr. Colonial noTKt-
| NEW WESTMINSTEtt, B. C,
!/E PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
.euilon to all profflssioual orders nml
>r tlielr snrvlcoBtorosldonts nnd non-
onls lmvingCily or Country Prnpoity
•poso of or desiring prolltnblo Invost-
r'lls's of oHRlhlo properties nro com-
eiislvo and constantly receiving addl-
ji, and our favomblo oaslern conn».'c-
fi liulh in Canada nud tho Atlaiille
Irs give us unusunl facilities for bust-
Kc-ultil attention will bo pnld to the
Rhuso uud Inspection of Lumber for
Imont to foreign ports, Tonnngochar-
1. and general shipping business Iraus-
dwnpiyl
-MKQSBS.
| icpherson & Thomson
: Ontario nnd Mnrquotte, Michigan,
linve opened a
IH THE HOLBROOK BLOOK,
iunibii- Street, _ doors Kast
of 'rclcsrnpli Office,
fioy liavo a eomploto assortment of
■ylhlng usually found In a (Irsl-clnss
* Storo, comprlslnir pure and frcsli
lUQS, OHEMIOALS,
PATENT MEDIOINES,
TOILET ARTI0LE8,
3LI8H, FRENOH ANO
AMERICAN PERFUMES.
BiyBlolans* proscriptions cnrcfiillyeom-
■fndea day nnd nlslil. Ic2fillm
BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
I (Late Partner of John MoVickor)
.WING ENGINEER, U.S. & PROVIN-
JCIALHUKVEVOU,* ARSAYHR.
CiONio Tkmi-i.k Blook,
1 Brit. Col.
VANCOUVRn,
IrRellablo reports, underground sur*
sand maps or mines excoutcd at low
in. Assays mndo on nil kinds of miu*
l«, gold and silver bars. Thirty years'
isrlence lu mining tn Asia, Europe
I United states nf America. Speaks
languages, Assays from a dlstiinco
mptfy attended to. Address Vaucnii-
*t,0* ddolTte
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
Insurance and Financi
A.C^ESI'-T-'r®.
OFKOBS s
NEW WESTMINSTER, °2ffiS
CLARKSON
ZIE STS.
VANCOUVER, C0Ranbebr0TctoStoreetasnd
—AND-
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON,   ENG. 107 CANNON ST
Farming Lands^Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property,
Lot facing on Columbia and Front Sts.,
ln central portion of tlio eity; several
buildings bring good rent-S'2'2,000.00.
Lot 4, Blook 7, noar Lytton rjnuaro,
011x132 feet, fronting on Columbia snd
Front Sts.-S0,000.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., 33x00 foot—
$4,000.00,
Also—Lot and Building with stock of
Ooods, ono of tho bost business stands
in tho city.
ImprovedResidential Property
Lot 15, Block 13; two houses routed at
paying ligures-Sl,500.00.
Houso and Lot on Lome St., near Col*
umbla-S1250.(K).
Lots 4, 5 *t 0, Block 10; good house,
garden, fto.; choice residenco proporty
-15,260.00.
Comor Lot on Columbin 5
cleared-(1500.00.
,| foncod and
Houso nml Lot on Columbia St.; ono of
tho finest residences lu tho oity—87,-
000.00.
Houso and Lot on Royal Avenuo, noar
Douglas St.—$2,000.00.
House and 3 Lots, cornor Royal Avonuo
and St. Patrick's St.; no bettor residence elto in tho oity—(10,000,00.
I aoro, with 7 houses, near tlio Park—
(0,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property,
Lot 1, Block 28; cornor lot on Agnes St.;
fine residenco site-$1200.00,
Lots on St, Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avenue—$500.00 oach.
Lots on Montreal, DouglnB and Hall*
fax Sts., near Clinton St.; lino views
nnd well situatod~(350.00, $37o.OO,
$500,00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton-
$300.00.
Lot 0, Sub-Blook 10; fine residence lots-
$250.00.
Lots on Pelham St., near Mary—$600.00
eaoh,
Lot on Pclham St., noar St. Andrew's;
flue site- ■ $500.00.
Lot on St. John's St., noar Melbourne—
$350.00.
Lot tn St. Andrew's Squaro - $300.00.
Lots in Block fronting ou North Am
road; finest chanco in tho market fo:
residenco or speculation—$125,00 tt
1175.00.
Lots In Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Bloc!
12-M0.00 to $125,00.
Loti In Subdivision of Lot 17, suli-Bluo
13-$100.00each.
Lots in Westmlnstur Addition nt $15.00
to $00,00.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure*
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity,tjtrengtli and wliolooomoneafl. More
economical tban the ordinary kinds,und
cannot bo cold In compo'ltlon with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate jiowders. Sold only In cane.
Royal BAKINQ Powbkb Co., 108 Wall St.,
New York. 8fely
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Intemperance has spread to such
an extent among boys and girls in
Austria that tho Vienna school
board is again moving to have a law
enacted prohibiting the sale of intoxicants to children under fifteen years
of age.
"Why is a negro's skull harder and
thicker than a white man's?
Herodotus explained it by attributing it to the early exposure of African children to the heat of the sun *
and Professor Virchow, after his
trip up the Nile, sides with the
Greek historian.
STRIKING LABORERS
Are Bun Out of Camp at Johnstown
by Soldiers at the Point of
the Bayonet.
The Odors of Decaying Flesh at
the Scene of the Disaster are
Becoming Terrible.
Liberal Subscriptions for Johnstown and Seattle Continue to
lio Received.
Q
HOUSE TO RENT
,*» ST. PATniCK'H SQUARE; " rooms.
S7 por month.  Apply to
•Ito J. E. SDLLEY.
FOR SALE.
A NMW HOUSE. AND LOT, for sale
J\ cheap, on Halifax St., lK'twt*«n 1\-1-
liiun Mt. nnd Queen-B Avonuo, Apply on
the preinii-es.    [djc-hvill    S. O. SMITH.
•OCo Let
OFFICES  IN  THE . AKMSTBOKQ
mock,  Ai-pi--.^
TO RENT.
AP LIO AS ANT ROOM FOR TWOOEN-
tit-men, with   or without Hoard, In
private family.   Apply nl third house up
the hill, left hand -ddn of Douglas street.
 -ljoluto	
Timber &:hh!s for Sale.
iIIF, DISCOVERER'S INTEREST IN
ahout 11,000 aores of flrsOelass Timber
da, principally Fir,
WOODS, TURNER A '.AMBLE.
New West,; B. C., June 11,1.99. JdJol2ml
Clerical Man—"Oan I get a job
to raise a little religious enthusiasm
in your church ." Deacon—"Who
are youl" "I nm a boy preacher."
"What is your age f "Sixty-five."
"You won't do. Wo don't employ
any boy preachers -under seventy
this year.—Texan Siftings,
Isaac Fitiimn, the inventor of the
system of shorthand writing* that
bears his minus is a good example of
vigorous and industrious old age.
Ho is past 76 yeara of age aud
works daily from 6 in the morning
to G in the evening. He used to
work from 6 in the morning until
10 at night- but now he says that he
is getting too old to work all   day.
Ln:
TO LEASE.
THE UNION HOTEL, opposito Masonic
nudOiMlollows' Mock.
For particulars, upply nt the
MAINLAND RESTAURANT,
dj-lmlj ■ NewWestminster.
First-class Prairie Farm
foe s-zuciza.
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND. North Ami, Friu-iir Iilvei'j con*
turning 200 acres of the finest farming land
in lhe eonht-ry) all dyked, well Impvovod,
good building.-*, good orchard (bearing).
For further In forma tlon enqulro of
MAJOR & PEARSON,
dmy20U' Now Westminster.
Plants for Bale!
AT Till'
In Great Vahikty, Isni.uDi.va,
riEKANHJMS. Double nnd Singlo: FU-
VJ OUIAH. all new vnrlfiles; uuSKs,
Double PETUNIAH, MOON-FLOWERS;
a tine collection of DAHLIAS inamed
Variolles] ANNUALS, 2.-> cts. per doz.
Mixed BEDDING PLANTS, SI GO per doz.
I oiler 11) Plants for 31, Including 1 Siorm
King Mit'hia, Bouquets, wreaths and
Drosses made to ortler. Fruit, Vegetables
and Flowers ni StbWj nest Oily Hotel, Columbia Kl. order* by maII promptly attended to       Ldwa |>,vl]      l>. LATEI1H.
T.fl.
Chemists & Druggists,
Queen's Hotel Block    •    HewWestminstci
A CHOICE LIKE OF
Brushes,     Perfumes,
Combs,      SachetPowd'rs
Sponges,     Soaps,
TOll'ET   ARTICLES.
In a conversation touching the
qualifications of a man who was recently appointed resident minister
and consul-general to one of the
petty European courts, a Washing-
tonian who knew hiin well said j
"I don't wish to cast any reflection
on what ho knows, but if he only
knew what ho doos not know ho
would bo ono of the wisest men in
tile world,"
A bombshell has been thrown
into the scientific world through the
discovery of Mr. Brereton Baker, of
Dulwich College, about oxygen.
That gas, which is known us the
great agent of combustion, loses its
oharactor when dried. It becomes
inert. Even charcoal will not burn
in it when heated to redness, nor
phosphorous becomo luminous. As
yet thero is no explanation.
A distinguished lawyer of Brooklyn said: "Not long ago I was
talking with Mr. Blaine about
Colonel Robert G. Ingersoll, whom
wo both very greatly admire for his
wonderful talents. I made the
remark that it was my belief that
Colonel Ingersoll would ultimately
renounce his agnosticism. Mr.
liluino said : -I think so, too- .and
I shouldn't be surprised to see him
some day in tho pulpit." '
Many a child goes astray simply
because home lacks sunshine. A
ohild needs smiles as much as flowers
need sunshine. If home is the
place whero faces are sour and words
harsh and fault finding is ever
going on, children spend as many
hours as possible elsewhere, Let
every father and mother then try to
be happy; let them look happy ■ let
them talk to their children, especially the little ones, in suoh a way
as to make thom happy.—Ex.
Proscriptions anil Family Hocipca carefully dlflponso'l from puro Drugs.
sight Bri! attendance. dapllc
SO  CO.
Real   Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Pro-
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all BusinoBH relating to
Real Estate.
— AGENTS FOR	
london Assurance Corporation.
Connecticut Flro Insnrance Co, of
Hartford.
London and Lancashire Ute Assurance Co.
Canton Insurance Offlto, Ld. (Marine)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dviellyl
A call has beon issued to Spiritualists throughout tho world to attend
a universal conference of believers
ut Paris in September. The fundamental principles of belief which
shall entitle delegates to representation in that unique body are : First,
tho immortality of the soul; second,
tho communion with those who
have passed away into spirit land;
third, our responsibility for all
thoughts and deeds, and fourth, the
fact that wo have a spiritual as well
as a physical body.
The senior officer of the British
navy, both as regards rank and ago,
is Admiral Sir Provo Wallis, who
was a lieutenant on board the Shannon when she captured the American frigate Chesapeake, Juno 1,
1813. Both tho captain and the
lirst lieutenant having been placed
hors de combat early in the engagement, he assumed the command and
won the victory in that memorable
action. Born in 1791, ho is now
98 years of age, and although bedridden has retained all his mental
facultios. Ho holds tho rank of
admiral of tho fleet, which is equivjt
lent to that of a field marshal in
tho army.
It is proposed in Montreal, says
an exchange, that each alderman
wear a badge in ordor that he may
bo distinguished from the ordinary
ratepayer, and that ho may receive
from policemen, firemen, and the
public generally tho deference due
to tho municipal rank. The idea is
novel and not at all bad. In olden
times tin alderman was distinguished
from common mortals by his massive
proportions. But lately tho electors
have been voting in municipal contests regardless altogether of the
size and weight of the candidates.
The result now-a-days is that one
may pass an alderman on the street
without knowing it. If a tag be
attached to each oity father this
sort of thing will not oceur again,
It is not proposed that thero ho a
number on tho badge. The intention is to have a plain label informing tho public that the wearer is an
alderman,
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Colum man office, Pricea wilt be
found as low as at anv othor ollioo in
tli. piovinoe —Ad.i
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
AT THE BAYONET'S POINT.
Johnstown, Pa., June 13.—At 10:
30 o'clock a eaug of about a hundred
men were put at work on the wreck
near the general oflice of the Cambria
Iron Co. This morning a large company of laborers from Groonsburg rofused to go to work at 81.50 por day,
claiming they had been promised fifty
cents per day extra. On heariug thia,
Gen. Hastings ordered a company of
militia to the camp of the strikers, who
again refused to yo to work, whereupon the soldiora were ordorod to
charge upon them, running them nut
of the camp at the point of the bay not.
The day is growing very warm and the
odors from decaying flesh aro becoming
terrible.
APPOINTMENTS.
Washinoton, juno 13,—The prosk
dent to-day made the following appointments: Mark D. Flower, of
Minnesota, supervising inspector of
Bteam vessels at Bt. Paul; third lieu-
tenant* in the revenue service, E. P.
Berholf. li. O. Crisp, F. G. Dodge,
L. L. llobmsoii and P. H. Brcrttm.
CONVICTED OP FELONY.
NewYokk, June 13.—Frank Tern-
plctuii, convicted of felony in accusing
Inspector Byrnes and District Attorney Fellows, of being in conspiracy to
defraud the city trousury, was sentenced to-day to states prison for 3 years
and!) months
FOIl ALASKA DOTJND.
San Francisco, June 12.—Tlie str.
Benha which arrived from Kadiak, on
Monday, leaves for Alaska on Monday
with the surveying party, which will
establish a new boundary Hue of territory. On thu return of the Bertha she
will load for the Kurluk Canning Co.'i
ciiinerioa at K-idiak. Soveral fish
commissioner*, were expected to leave
on tho Burtha for Alaska in tho interests of the government, hut they havo
im*. yet arrival.
STOCKTON'S NATl'HAL GAS SUPPLY.
Stockton, Cal., June 12.—-Thegasometer at the Hans gas well in this city
was completed yesterday, and connection made no that tho flow of tho gas
well was turned in a receiver, which has
a capacity of twenty-two thousand feot.
It was tilled in G hours showing lhe
flow from the well was betweon 8000
and 9000 cubic feet per day. Connection.) aro boing made now so custo
moiB cau be supplied with light and
fuel as soon ai possible. A practical
test made by tilling the gasometer
shows that tho flow has not been ovor
estimated and that the well can supply I
enough gus for tlio city's uso fur some
time. The insane asylum directors at
their regular meeting at this oity de*
oided to ndvertiso for bids to bore for
dry gas on the asylum crounda. They
intend boring 12 wells and the bid
calls for a depth that will go through
the rock, that experts claim oyurlids
dry «as. This action is taken in view
of tho $40,000 appropriated by tho last
legislature for this purposo. The progress of this well will be watehed here
and on this coabt with muoh interest.
THE JDIlY DISAGREES,
San Francisco, June 12.—The jury
in the case of Henry F. Prico, a young
attorney, who forged Judge Coffey's
name to an order for $350, disagreed
and was discharged. Price was taken
back to jail.
TO COMPETE FOR THE AMERIOA CUP.
San Francisco. Juno 12. -It is re-
port od Joseph McDonough, an Oakland
a capitalist, intends to build a yacht to
compete with tbo English yacht Valkyrie, for the Aim-rica cup. Mr, Mc-
Doiioui-h states that he hns consulted
bout builders and if tho plana suit him,
ho will probably enter thu yacht. Ho
would liko the rat-o to como off on this
side of the continent.
AN ATTORNEY ARRESTED   FOR FORGERY.
Oakland, Cain., Juno 12.—A war*
rant hns Icon issued for G. W. fiilvor,
nn Alameda ntlurnoy, charging him
with having forged tho names of B.
McKiune and Stanton L. Carter, lo
afltdavils statin*-; thoy were present in
the court when Silver was admitted to
praotice. Proceedings are pending
before Judgo KlUwtnth to have Silver
adjudged guilty of contempt of court
iu practicing law wiihout a license.
One affidavit wan acknowledged beforo
Notary I. B. Harris and the othor ho-
f<.ro Notary Haulon, of San Francisco.
AHUESTI'D FOIt OPIUM HMUflULINO.
San Francisco, Juno 12—Arthur
Finiiingnu, who was arrcslod last
niglit for drunkenness, and in whoso
possession was found a satchel containing over $300 worth of opium,
was turned over to the feder-il authorities to day. Ho was identified ns tho
fireman ou tho Bteamer Walla Walla
mid is waiting a ho.mug before tho
U. S. circuit court commissioner, He
tells a fishy story about how* ho camo
in possession of the drug.
PRACTICAL SYMPATHY.
Tulare, Oal., June 12. —Tulnro
telegraphed 0238.55, to Governor
Beaver, Harrisburg, for tho Johnstown eufierers, making a total of
$778.55.
fi. F.  SUBSCRIPTIONS   FOR   JOHNSTOWN
AND SEATTLE.
San Francisco, June 12.—The ex- l
eoutive committoe of the Pennsylvania
relief fund reports subscriptions still
coming, but rathor Blowly; ao far $40,* ,
000 hns been sont to Johnstown audi
$10,000 to Seal tie sufferers nnd tlioro
is still $15,000 mi hand.
DIFFICULTY IN SECURING SITES.
San Francisco, Juno 12,—Supt.
J, B. Wright, of the Sacramento division of the Southern Pacific Co., and
one of tho commissioner* of Ukiah
insane asyliim, in an interview said no
sito fur the asylum was yet obtained.
The legislature appropriated $300,000
and laud owners have rained the price
of their property. The commissioners
of tho Southern California Asylum
aro having the samo difficulty, A lite
can be had at Ukiah for 835,000, but
in San Bernardino County $100,000 j
is required. Governor Waterman's
Warm Springs property, uear San
Bernardino City was looked at and is
being favorably considered.
STATES PRISON DIDN'T CURE HIM.
San Francisco, June 12.—W. Reynolds, who waa employed as a planer
by Chase ifc Young, wood turners,
corner Bealo and Mission streots, is
iniasingniuce Saturday and it is suspect
ed of being another case of eafo robbery. Saturday, when a member of the
firm opened tho safe, $265, with which
tho workmen were to be paid, was mis-
Qing. A jeweller who trusted Key-
nolds for $100 now mourns his loss.
Detectives sty Reynolds is an ex-convict named Reno und think ho has
gone north.
OTTAWA NOTES.
Ottawa, June 12.—Mr. Chisholm,
M. P., leaves Munday for Banff en
route home.
At tho Anti-Jesuit convention at
Toronto to-day the organization committeo presented a roport. It recommended the adoption of tho following
scheme: The formation of a provincial
association to be known as -the Equal
Rights Aflsociation, branches to be
formed in townships, villages, towns,
cities or other municipalities, euch
branch to have a chairman, secretary,
truiiBurcr, executive committee and
send delegates to the district council,
of which the headquarters aro to be
at the country town or other equally
convenient place. These district coun-1
cils in turn will Bend delegates to the
provincial council or governing body,
which will meet annually or at such
other times as shall be deemed expedient by the executive committeo.
This committee slmll bo elected by the
provincial council and be composed of
thirty membera, Tho formation of a
Dominion association on similar linen
is suggested. The discussion of the
report was deferred until after the
adoption of the various resolutions.
It was decided to petition for thu disallowance of the act. HH
PITIFUL SCENES
At Armagh, Ireland, Owing to the
Railway Collision Yesterday.
U Victims.
A Vienna Despatch States that
Russia is Making Prcparttons
for War,
Gladstone in Banger.--A Bomb
Thrown at His Carriage in a
Cornish Town.
He Shot at File* nut Killed lllu»rir.
Last evening shortly beforo 7 o'clock
James Malcolm, son of John Mulct-lm,
accidentally Bhot und killed himsolf in
his father's houso on Nicol street. It
appears that the doce-ised had been on
a spree since Saturday afternoun. Returning home early Sunday morning
he quarrelled with his younger brother
and snapped a rifle at him, bnt fortunately the weapon was not loaded. Retiring to hed ho continued his spree
until about six oclock in tho evening,
when having obtained possession of
an old-fashioned (Jolts army revolver
ho commenced tiring. Being asked
what he was trying do, he said lie wob
shooting flies. The other members of
the family, fearing for their lives, left
the house. Some few minutes after the
firing ceased, a brother, looking into
tho room, saw James lying ou tho
bed dead. Deceased was about twenty-
three years, of ago, and had been married tii-e yeura, but separated from hiB
wife some two years ago, since when
hu has been vory despondent and accidentally ended hia life during a spree
as abovo stated,—Nanaimo Free Press.
nritl-hColi-nilirn Exhibit.
The following circular letter in connection with tho forthcoming exhibition to be held in Toronto, and for
which entries of specimens are requested, has been forwarded by his worship
Mayor Oppenheimer, through his secretary, W. Seitz, to a large number of
gentlemen in every district of the
provinco.
Dear Sn:,—I bog to request that
you will without delay sond some
specimens from your mine or claim,
together with a description of its location, a stutement of assays (if auy) aud
other tntorosting details es to width
and depth of vein and other particulars This will enable the executive
committeo to form a thoroughly representative collection of our minerals,
in time to exhibit the same before they
are sent to Toronto, and further, it
will enable me to commence the foundation of a mincralogicul museum at
Vancouver. Specimens Bhould bu
about the weight of ten pounds, but
should not exceed fifteen pounds, except in extraordinary occurence*), when
a larger display is desirable. If properly packed and addreited "B. 0. Exhibit, City Hall, Vancouvor, B. O.,"
ull transportation companies will con-
convey the exhibit gratis as per arrangement.
Sni'IKTlon School Report.
Sapperton school distriot was formed
about oue yesr ago, tho first annual
meeting being held on the 18th of
Juno, 1888, in the offico of the Brim-
uetto Saw Mill Co., and trustees then
first olected.
Mr. II. V. Edmonds having kindly
donated a lot for the school house, the
government had tho building orected
and the school wasoponod on the 13th
of August. Miss E. Bell wns cngnged
ns teacher and has given entire satisfaction to the bonrd. Only ono complaint was entered by parents, and that
being investigated by the board was
found to have originated in a misunderstanding of tho rules of the school by
tho parties making tho complaint.
Sapperton having been incorporated
with the City of New Westminster,
tho school board on tho Ilth of May
1880, asked to bo relieved of tho charge
of the school nnd that it should bo
placed under tho control of tho school
board of said city, and on the 25th of
May tho secretary wss notified by tho
superintendent of education that the
abovo mentioned change hud bceu
made.
The average attendance at thn Sapperton school tho first month was 13.72
aud the last month (April), 18.45.     *
Our secretary will hand over lo tho
city board all the books and documents
in his possession belonging to the Sapperton school.
{George Mackenzie,
W. T. L. House,
J. B. Kennedy, Soo-Trcas.
The great Ant-i-Jesuits Estates' convention at Toronto opened on Tuesday
There was a largo attendance of dole-
gates from all over Ontario. Strong
rcBolutionB woro passod, condemning
the Jesuits Estates' act and calling
fur its disallowance. A tremendous
public meeting was held in tho ovening. John Charlton, M. P., Ool.
O-Brtai, M. P., and Dr. Davidson
were the principal speakers. The
meeting was most enthusiastic.
THE ARMAGH COLLISION,
Dublin, June 13.—The number of
victims by the railroad collision near
Armagh yesterday, now aggregates 74.
The latest addition to the list of dead
is a boy named Olelaod, whose parents
and two brothers were killed in the
accident. Cleland died to-day from
the injuries received. A number of
others injured arc in a critical condition. Tho scenes around the infirmary
at Armagh to-day were pitiful in the
extreme. Crowds of anxious relatives
nd friends were inquiring for missing
children.
THE SEAMEN'S STRIKE.
Glasgow, June 13.—The strike of
seamen on the Clyde continues una*
bated. The strikers to-day seized and
burned a van en route to the Anchor
Lino Company's sheds, containing provisions for imported laborers at work.
Strikers to the number of 0,000 are
congregated around the harbor.
THE STRIKERS SOLID.
Liverpool, June 13.—Tho agents of
the steamship lines are experiencing
great trouble in obtaining hands for
vessels. The striking seamen present
a solid front at all ports, and show no
signs of yielding. Tho only break in
their ranks reported occurred at Queen-
town. At that port tho Anchor Lino
steamship City of Rome, succeeded in
inducing seven firemen to ship on that
vessel to-day, completing her complement of bunds and she proceeded on
her way to New York. Fourteen sailers aro also waiting at Queenstown to
join the crew of the City of New York
of the Ininaii Line when she washes
that port.
THE AMERICAN ENGINEERS.
London, June 13.—Lord Brassey
uill hold a reception iu honor of the
American engineers on Saturday night
RELEASED FROM CONFINEMENT.
Vienna, Juno 13.—Premier Gara-
shiuiin, of Servia, against whom the
violence of the riot waa mainly directed during tho recent disorders in Belgrade, has been released from confine*
ment. He waB taken in custody really
to save his life, hb the rioters had destroyed hia house and thirsted for hii
blood.
THE CAR STRIKC.
Paris, June 13.—Tho strike of cab
drivers throughout the city ia complete. Not a public carriage of any
kind is to be had for love or money.
It causes great inconvenience, especially to the mul tit udo of visitors now iu
the eity. Parisians resort to the omnibus lines, the train way and river
steamers, but they are over crowded
and cannot accomodate moro tban a
third of the traffic. There is a great
outcry.
PREPARING FOR WAR.
Vienna, June 13.—It ia understood
hero that Russia Is at this moment
making extensive preparations for war
at an early dato. It is reported immense quantities of fodder are being
stored all along the Western Railway
system which can mean nothing but
military activity, Four millions of
pairs of boots have been ordered to be
delivered within 2 months from date.
A large increase in the Russian artillery ia contemplated. General Gour-
ko's proposition to erect a new series
of fortifications in Poland has been
adopted; theso will cost from twenty
to thirty million roubles in the construction of tho works, aud will begin
immediately inthe Warsaw district.
It is reported here that the Empress
of Germany and Queen of Italy aro
going to meet at Kissingcn this summer.
TUB G, O. M. IN   DANGER.
London, Juno 13.—While Gladstone was passing through the town of
Wadebtidgo, Cornwall, to-day, a missile, belioved to be a livo cartridge,
was thrown at his carriage. The missile did no harm. Tho police are investigating the mattor.
LORD CECIL   DROWNED.
Pirton, June 13.—Lord A. P. Cecil, the Evangelist, was drowned
yesterday, in tho bay of Quinte, near
Adolphustnwn, about six miles cast of
here. The body has not been recovered.
THE SAMOAN CONFERENCE.
Berlin, Juno 13.—Tho American
delegates to tho Samoan conference
havo recoived thn instructions which
they expected from Washington regarding tho protocol drawn up by the
conference Tho government at Washington disagrees in several pointa of
the protocol. Objection is mado that
England and Germany have not gone
far enough in their concessions of tho
rights of America. The delegates will
hold another meeting to-day at which
the United States' answer will bo received. The English and German delegates will then consider what course
they will pursue, Tho continuance of
the conference depends upon the attitude of England and Germany.-
CAB DRIVERS'STRIKE,
Paris, Juno 13.—Tho cab driven '
in this city struck to-day, iu a  body.
Not a single cab was seen on the streets,
TRADE IMPROVING.
London, June 12.—Tho Board of
Trado returns show an increase in the
exports to Canada of 1,02 per cent, in
May, and 1 j por cent, in 5 months
compared with the same period of
1888. Railroad iron increased £53,013
during the month. The imports from
Canada decreased 8.00 per cent, for the
fivo months; flour increased £19,356
during tho month; wheat decreased
£4277.
NEWS FROM STANLEY.
Zanzibar, Juno 12.—A letter dated
December 2nd at Ururi, on the south
eaatorn shore of Lake Victoria-Nyana,
reports tho arrival there of Stanley
with his party, including many invalids.
He had lost many of his men through
sickness and famine. He had rejoined
Emin Pasha and hnd left him again at
Unyara, on tho north-eastern snore ot
tho lako.
. | qt-fc Km THE   DAILY   COLUMBIAN
P0BU6UED
Every An«rnouu except guuday,
BY THE
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At tiieir steam   I'rluilnK ifiatabllsh'-
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ny   MAIL!
For 12 mouths • *■■> w
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liELlVBIlKi' \U THK CITY:
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ivroumtli ■      ^
1 paymentinail'bum (wrapt tor weekly
rit«j io be iuiuUi ln advance.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
iv.iifii every iVeilnti-diii: Homli-pi.
i ii.-. ml in tbe City, nor yein SAOO
M:*'ii*slt iwrypiir 2,00
■T-'Iii-.i.iSiiinuthH  1,25
Dliiiq jBriiUJ. iolumbivm
Tiuirmlay Evening. June Eii, I
The Victoria -Timet, of a roccnt
date quotes the following paragraph
from an exchange: "Tho Manhattan
Single tux Club, of New York City,
has  purchased seventeen hundred
acres of land in the town of Forest-
burgh, Sullivan   county, and   will
erect club houses, otc."   Tho Times
then  makes  a   suggestion on the
strength of the above, which strikes
us as a good one, ta wit, that  the
disciples of Henry George and the
single tax should pool their issues,
obtain a grant of land somewhere
and put their theories into practice.
Assuming "that the consummation
of   the single tax doctrine will be
long  delayed, that in fact it will
never be accepted until thero has
been a practical demonstration of it
except  by such  persons  us   have
everything to gain und nothing to
loso by its introduction," the 'Times
makes  the   suggestion  as  above.
Thero is no reason why this could
not be done, our cotemporary says,
and  thinks  that   two generations
would   demonstrate   the  practicability, or tho reverse, of the single
tax system.   "If  there  are insuperable   objections   to   forming   a
colony of this   description  on  this
continent, suggests the Times further, "why not the  Georgites   club
together  and   buy   the   Sandwich
Islands, and set up in business   for
themselves V    "Let    a   hundred
thousand single tax advocates club
together und purchase the Sandwich
Islands,"    the    Times   concludes.
Seriously, we   believe   the   general
idea of our cotemporary's suggestion
is a good one.
In considering tho "earth closet"
suggestion of ouv correspondent,
''Taurus," the other day, wc stated
that the only conclusion we could
reach, from il careful perusal of our
correspondent's letter, wna that his
"argument practically amounted to
the advocacy of a system of earth
closets and wells as a substitute in
this city for sewerage and water
works," and we added that wc held
ourselves subject to correction if
this was not a fair brief statement
of our correspondent's contention.
In a communication to-day "Taurus"
says wo did misconstrue his meaning, to quoto from the letter, "in
fancying that I advocated a system
of wells a3 opposed to water works."
"We do not seo why our correspondent should trouble himself about
what ho imagines we "fancied." Wo
never said what be thinks we fancied, and ouv correspondent haa not
seen fit to contradict what we
termed a "fair brief statement" of
his argument, viz., that it "practically amounted to the advocacy of a
system of earth closets and wells,"
■to. However, wo have now tho
benefit of our correspondent's explanation, which, taken with his original letter, we are willing to admit,
makes his moaning plainer, We
havo to thank our correspondent,
though, beforo taking leavo of him,
for so kindly undertaking to correct
us in a certain matter. "Mr. Editor," he says, "I would call your
attention to a very egregious error
whon you stylo this system (earth
closets) a 'make-shift,1 when it is
the one adopted by a city like Sheffield, England, with moat satisfactory results" It is almost a pity
that our correspondent cannot cite
more instances of cities of importance adopting tho earth closet system. To mention I hose tlmt havo
adopted other systems would take
moro space than we can spare. We
do not recollect, nnd our cor-
respond'-nfc does not state, how
long since Shollield adopted thn
system in question. It is to be
hoped, however, for the credit of the
earth closet system, that it has quito
recently been adopted, for She (field
has had (he unenviable reputation
of having the highest mortality rate
among the largest cities of England,
notoriously and authoritatively
owing to its bnti drainage. We hope
this iB not the "most satisfactory
results" Jiinted at by our .correspondent. An undertaker might
view a high mortality rato with a
sort of subdued satisfaction, from
whatever oause, but it is not a recommendation for a city.
The terrible Pennsylvania floods
disaster is one of those events that
eannot be forgotten or lightly dismissed   from   the mind, and with
Seattle's  recent all but extinction
by fire (which, however, constitutes
an ordinary casualty by comparison),
continues to absorb a large share of
publio notice arid comment,   Our
despatches  a few days ago stated
that the coroner's jury investigating
the Johnstown disaster—which was
rendered tho most terrible in all tho
category of horrors by the floods by
the bursting of n largo reservoir abovo
tho   town—throw tho whole blaino
upon a certain sporting association
—the  South   Fork    Fishing ond
Hunting Oliib—for criminal negligence in failing to keep the reservoir
dom in proper repair.   Befcrring to
the disaster an American cotempo-
rai-y thinks tho occurrence should |
lead to the establishment of a system
of inspection of  tho storage reservoirs which are so common in the
older states of the union.   Most of
theso nro described as artificial, the
usual method of making them being
by tho construction of a heavy dam
of earthwork or masonry across n
narrow valley.    Tho flow of   the
stream through a valley blocked in
this   manner  is checked, unci the
wators spread over many acres and
not   unusually   over  many   miles.
Theso reservoirs wero in many crbcs
used   as   feeders  for canals which
have  long   since been abandoned.
Their value as an aid to commerce
has departed, and thoy arc permitted
to He without attention or are Eold
to organizations of sportsmen who
maintain them for the sake of tho
hunting  and  fishing  which their
waters afford and pay little attention
to their condition.   Of courso many
such   reservoirs   are  still used as
feeders for canals or for manufacturing purposes, but it is to bo feared
that tho supervision exercised over
even   these   is   not  by any means
what  it should bo.   Tho reservoir
whose   bursting caused tho Johnstown disaster was a typical ono.   It
whs originally used n3 a canal feeder,
but its uso for this purposo had long
since been discontinued and it hud ,
passed into tho possession of an association of sportsmen.   A single dam
of earthwork and masonry held back
a body of water which covered many
squaro miles.    It was perfectly un
derstood that, if  tho dam should
break, this vast body of water would
sweep down the valley of tho Cone-
maugh, carrying  destruction to  a
dozen towns and villages. Tlmt wall
alone stood between a rich and populous valley and destruction.   More
than this, it was known that tho dam
was in an  unsafe condition.    Over
and over again it had been reported
thut it was about to burst, and tho
peoplo of tho valley had become so
accustomed to such reports that they
no longer heeded them.   At last tho
dam actually did burst.   Tho people
wero warned of their danger in time
to have reached places of safety, but
there   had   been so mnny previous
alarms that they did not heed this
one, and they perished by thousands.
Tho  carelessness with   whioh this
reservoir, with   its  frail dam, wus
regarded by tho peuplo whose lives
it threatened is not more remarkable
than   the indifference of those.' who
owned  it.   Vov years it had been
understood that tho dam was unsafe,
and   that   it was  liable to burst at
any time of unusually high water.
Yet the dam went unrepaired, and
the   thousands   who   worked   and
played under it worked and played
on,   utterly  regardless of  danger,
until destruction came in ono wild
burst, and workers and  players together wore swept into eternity.   It
is the obvious duty of tho governments of the states in which such
reservoirs   exist  to see either that
they are destroyed in such a manner
as uot to endanger life or property,
or  that  they are maintained in a
safe condition.   The dams should be
frequently inspected and should bu
kept in such a stato of repair aa to
render a disaster impossible.   The
Johnstown   disaster   was  a   terrible one, but it will not have been
without its use if tho lesBon which
it teaches is heeded.
NEW WESTMINSTER
state and Financia
HAYWOOD & MACKINTOSH,
Conveyancers tt Notaries Public.
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Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms easy.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
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ESTABLISHED 1852.
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COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, D. C.
IMPORTER 01'-
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Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
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Wall Papers,
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rtmSUANT TO EXECUTIONS AGAINST LANDS ACT, 1871.
Iu tlie Supreme Court of British Columbia mul iu tlie County
Court of New Westminster.
F. G. VERNON, HERMANN WICKERS, P0ST1LL BROS., T. NEELANDS,
Plaintiffs,
WILLIAM CALKINS, Defendant.
TN OBEDIENCE TO WRITS OF EXECUTION ISSUED OUT OF THE AHOVE
1 Courts,on tlio 23rd and 27th days of May, 1889- rospoollvoly. and to mo directed In
the uhovc-nnmed unlit,, forthe cum of SflG-Offand Interest on the sumo at tho rnto of fl
pcreontum per annum until paid, he: Idea Hhorltl's fees, poundage and oihcr expenses of this execution,! linve seined nnd will oiler for sale by auction* at the COURT
HOUSE, New Westminster, on
Thursday the 27th Day of June Next,
At IS o'olock noon, nil tho right, tltlo nnd Intercut of the Raid William Culklns, ns
desin-iiMHl In tuts itdvorllscineiil.oi' su'lli-lcut I hereof (n satisfy the Judgment debt nnd
expsimofl in this action, subj'.-t-t to n mortgage for $1*600.00 and Interest thereon at 0
per eontllin per i.imiiin from the Mill Murcli, Iskh.
Now Westminster
C'onclso description of property.
Nortii West J.i of Section 1
Township 28.
Prairie land partly ditched A under cultivation;
bulld'gs thereon
Estate or Int'st
Tho ,Iud[;ments were registered In  tho Land Registry Otllce, ou tho 28th day
of February and the 27th day of March, 18S9, respectively, against said lands.
"W. T. -A*aMST****01TG-, RlIEUIBT,
djoiot.l Westminster County.
PURSUANT TO EXECUTIONS AGAINST LANDS ACT, 1871.
Westminster, liolden at New
puintiff.
Defendant,
In the County Court of Kew
Westminster.
L. V, ECKSTEIN,
W. H. BROWN, B
IN OBEDIENCE TO A WRIT OF FI FA ISSUED OUT OF THE COUNTY COURT
of New Westminster, on tlio Hth November, 18HS, and to me directed Inthe
above named -ult for tho sum of 3117.?;), debt nnd ousts, also Interest on the Riimenl.
4 por centum , -annum from the'Qui dayof October, ISSS, until paid, besides Sheriff's
fees, poundage, find other expenses of this execution, I have seized ami will oiler for
sale by Auction, at the Court House, New Westminister- on
Thursday, the 27th day of June, next,
Atl2o'clock,noon,all tho right, tltlo and Interest, of lite said W. II Drown, as described In tills advertisement, or sulllclcnt thereof to satisfy tho judgineut debt ami
expenses In this action, subject fo a mortgage forSl-5-%00 ami Interest on tho same at
0 por centum per annum from the •JiiUi September, 1888.
Now Westminster.
Lot 288, Group II, and South
half Lot270, Group II;
Conclsn dCKcrl
tlonof i'j-opoi'ty.|
Agrloultur'l land
partly cleared,
with buildings
thereon,
Estate or Ini'st
Tho Judgment wns registered In the Land Registry Offlce, Now Wcutmlnstcr,
against said lands on the t)th day of October, 1838.
•W. J.  ARMSWJROWCI-,-  S*h.erlS.
dJflOtd Wostmlnster County.
Kindergarten School.
fISfl DRUMMOND WILL OPEN THE
, _ 1   above for children from 3yenrsof
j nice, June I0th,188t).
TunwH-tft per monih.
Carnarvon Htrvel. directly opposito tho
i'resbvterian Church- Now Westminster, B.C. dJcBiul
N.W, S,B„Annual Meeting
THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
of tho Shareholders of the New Westminster Southern Railway Company will
bu hold at tbelr n/llces, New Westminster,
on Tuesday tho 2nd dayof July, 1889, at 8
o'olook p, in. T, J. TRAPP,
djclltd Secretary.
GROCER
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Oanadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
Des
A.
Cor. Columbia a Blackie Sts.
RUGQES!     RUGGIES!
ttmtt ——.—«»=—-.____~-. taat*- !
JUST RECEIVED,
A CAK-LOAB OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring iMcLaughlan
us mj ma ma m ms
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
t_W The Bent and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbin.-TES]
■iwapsto     DE-loid db €J-_jl_v__,±Gu
$m$£JeA
'Toronto' Mowers
Maxwell Mowers
The Little Maxwell
Steel Frame Binders.
:M.A-Q:H:iisr:Bi:Brg~.
F.C. Strickland & Co.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Planet, jr., (Harden Tools,
Lawn Mowers, Ac, &c.
Tiger   Rake,
Sharp's Do.
Maxwell Do.
BRITISH dlllilA MAT MARKET,
Columbia Sd-cct, Now Westminster.
VAN   VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT MRVEYOl'S IN GENEIM*,,    FBI'SII AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
-ar.Specia! lines quoted for tho shipping trado,   Family ordors striotly attended
to.   Hotels will And it to their interest to plauo thoir orders with tho abovo firm,
d28(-qly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBAOH,
raucrjEssorts to tr. to, townsend)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Dams, It aeon, Sausage, Bolognas, Etc
dnol.vl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
Tub Oolijmbiak Piiintinu Establishment hns lirst-clnss facilities for
all kinds of Oommorcial Printing, Bill Heads. Letter Headi, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of evory description, Posters, Dodgers,
Prioe Lists, &c. Prices will bo found as low el at any other offic* where
flrst-olass work is done.
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES & RANG
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 fyusiness.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
dwnolyl
THIS SPADE BKLONG3 TO
H. T. READ & CO.,
UAIimVAM* MERCHANTS.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
3_______rj_.0-_.ua,.
-IXOBZlXi'X1 X.-A.-W,
2_ZJSJ_~_TB-&.OZE-_TB,BBB   OB
ST[AM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY,
ACiKICVLTCKAL A ALL KINDS OF MACIIINEKY. .
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.—All orders from the upper country promptly attended to.
ihvnolmO
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, New Westminster.
,1,
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS 1
KEADY-MADBi. CLOTHING.
$_W The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills.   Patronize Home j
Industry, dmh30tc
Douglas & Deighton,
MANUFACTURERS AHD IMPORTERS OF
HARNESS SADDLES and BRIDLES
■
WHIPS,
SADDLEWARE, ETC.    j
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, B. G.
BUND IN YOUK ORDERS.   ALL WOIIK OF THK BEST MATERIAL AND
WORKMANSHIP.   PRICES LOW.
no*dY*ly
ROYAL CITY
Planing Ills Coinpauj, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
MANUrAOTl'IlEltS AKD DEALERS IN
All Kinds or Boagb anfl DresseiL LumliBr
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
__Z_TX-   ___,_,  H.IN-ZB  OB
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows.
rtloukHnffs. Balusters,
Blinds. Brackets.
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
UIMWIl- EDISON'S COURTSHIP.
:'',ilIow tho Wizard of Monlo Fai-h Wooed
UU First Wife.
An old telegraph operator, who was stationed tit Menlo Park whon Edison first
namo there, entertained a Now York Tnb-
ttne reporter tlio othor day with Bomo storloa
about tho wizard. Ho is au oddity, doing
;iiotliing in tho common way and setting at
'noughtall the conventionalities. Tho first
Mra. Edison was an operator in tho Newark
'factory where Edison was malting tho ma-
oliines to fill his flrst order for tlio stock
indicator which brought him iuto notice and
formed tho basis of his fortune. Bho was
a tall, fine-looking e-irl-ono of a dozen Bit-
ling at a bench winding magnets. Ono day
s Edison was walking down tho lino, that
girl spoko up and bade him good morning without raising hor oyes from hor work.
"Good morning," said tho inventor.
-' How did you know it waB U"
" Oh, 1 can always tell when you'ro near,"
was tho reply.
"Sec hero," said tho mau of inventions.
'•I'vo noticed you a good deal of lato.  Supposo you and I got marriedl"
"I'm ready."
"Whon shall it be!"
■• Throo weeks from to night.
"All right 1" and tho Inventor went on
his rounds whilo his intended brido merrily
Rwound away upon hor bobbin of wire.
On tho wedding day tho Drat consignment
Jjof stock Indicators camo hack from tho pur-
■chaBor, inoperative When Mr. Uatoholor,
Ti-vho has til way s bceu Edison's right hand
fcnmii, when down to tho shop aftor supper ho
wound tho inventor thero ln his dirtiest shop
{clothes tinkering away at tho machines.
Didn't he remember thatlt was his wedding
(flight? No, ho'd forgotten all about it.
iBiitcholor dragged tho tagging groom totho
Htioai'L-st clothing Btoro, got him Into a now
fftult, then to a barber shop, and finally put
fhim on a car and shipped him oft to the
laouso of tho bride. Then ho went back to
Ithoshop to work, supposing that was tho
tiist of Edison for that night. In an hour
lir two, howovor, Edison rushed in again,
threw his coat down on a greasy lathe, hung
■lis waistcoat ou tlio gas pipe, kicked his
I'hfK's under tho bench, seized a file and
Event at tho dofectivo stock indicator as if
Kiiero wero no suoh thing os marriago and
It-iving in marriage, and tlioro ho stayed
[with his faith rul lieutenant till tho morning
Uuin looked in on two weary toilers and au
■jloctrical stock Indicator that worked liko -a
I'hnnn.
Whon wealth came to them, Mrs. Edison
H\To. 1 betrayed a tendency to branch out in
i: hu social world, but it had no effect on tho
Bnvontor's habits. Ono of tho largest on-
ftcrtniumonts Newark ovor saw was given
M her houso. All tho leading men of tho
JSdison works woro there, but ho was no*
ftvhoro to bo seen. His subordinates grew n
Slttlo uneasy. A committeo of them wont
fever to his laboratory about midnight and
Whcra was tho inventor, tipped back in a
lickoty old chair, in his shirt sleeves, his
B-hooloss feet high up on the workbench,
tinging away into his phonograph at tho
I op of his voico, happy as a clam at high
|ldo.
. Tho present Mrs. Edison sticks to hor
iiusband liko a shadow. She is always at
This elbow in working hours, with book and
| oncil, taking down his ideas and experiments. Sho is, in fact, a helpmate in every
gvay worthy of his nbilitos,
COLLIE'S  RECEPTION.
|riie Latest Fad  of Ono of Now York's
Ultrn-Faslilonuble Women.
1 One of Gotham's social headlights, Bays
iho Malt and Express, gavo a reception a
mi\v evenings sinco in honor of tho birth-
lay of her pet collio, Robort Bruce, who do-
forted himsolf witn sue n aristocratic benr-
g that ho quite won tho hearts of tho fifty
^luests. Ho assisted his mistress m roceiv-
If'i'-g with tho oaso and elegance of ono
j[*hoso social status wns Woll defined,
Tho iiiime made a courtesy,
The dog made a bow;
Thoflnmo satd "your servant-"
Tho dog said "bow wow."
I Taking the numerous packages handed
Bim by the gueBts ho toro tlie papers oft
Ind placed the contents carefully on a tn-
Ilo prepared for their reception. TIicbo
lifts consisted of collars, blankets, pillows,,
[lialns, ribbons, aud several boxes daintily
icd contained bonbons, of which Bruce is
Jnrticularly fond. Nearly ovory person
Vesont had a canine attachment of some
Thoro woro bluo skyos, with tho
Kiost approved bangs nnd tho handsomest
lollars, YorkBhlro terriers of whleli you
([•ould not toll head from tail, educated tor-
Biers, audacious-looking pugs, with their
loses high in air, as If it was a condescension
fin their part to niinglo with tho mussos;
; Dncvolent-looking Newfoundlands, who
ictod as a groat many peoplo do ut after-
loon teas, as if it was tho proper thing to
go thoro, but an awful bore. Fronch
toodles, whoso whito coats harmonized
Iflth the latest fad in furniture, walltod
■round on thoir hind logs carrying baskets
K'f cut dowers, from which oach lady was
Htapoeted to help horsolf.
1 Tho collars of theso potted darlings wero
If evory conceivable shnpo nnd material,
from tho massivo gold baud with its dla-
Jgiond sotting, to tho russot leather bolt
Kvlth its ornamental spikohonds. Not less
Expensive wero tho bluakots whioh covered
Whom, many being mado of hoover, sealskin,
Thlusli and richly embroidered velvet. When
Tae rofroshmonts wero passod, thoro burst
. pon tho ear a perfect pandemonium of
Eounds. The entertainment was unique
And highly enjoyable, and as each canine
propped his card at tho feot of tho hostess,
JLnd made his udieux, it was with tho tacit
lindorstandintr that ho had had a jolly good
lime, und hoped that her cxamplo might bo
■Loon followed by others.
Scienco of Uio Urnlii.
Paul Broea's discovery that tho brain is a
lingeries of organs, each having its special
[[function- Is being confirmed by later re-
trches. Prof. Mathias Duval has had tho
Kipportuuity of determining—by tho post--
Tjnortcm examination of eleven persona who,
touring life, had been accidentally deprived
Bbf tho faculties of speech or tho memory of
Rvords or cortoiu lottors oftho alphabet—
Ethat tho faculties of speech and memory of
■words reside in tho second and third convo*
flutionsof tho brain. Iu oach caso exatn-
|iued there had beon injury or disease of
■ thoso convolutions, destroying tholr fnnc-
I lions.  Comparing Gnmbctta's brain with
■ tlmt of the lato Dr. Bertillon, an eminent
Xstatobman, Duval and Chudzlnslty found
I- thai In the brain of the former tho third or
|" Brocn's convolution "-as tbo speceh-cen-
[ tor Is now called—Is extremely developed,
I while iu Bcrtlillon'B it Is reduced to Its most
I simple expression. GumhottawuB active nnd
I loquacious; BorliUou rotlcont and retiring—
K the oratorical qualities of tho two men woro
K diametrically opposito, and this result is
llv now soon te bo duo to the physical confer*
I mations ef their respective brains.
* Gamliottn and tho Bootblack.
A Russian Count who livos in Paris has
I contributed an articlo to tho Deutsche Ittvue,
Jin whieh this anecdote of Gambottn is reft liitotl: One day tho Count took a walk with
lOumhottOi when tlio lattor accidentally
illcd hia boots. Ho called ou a streot por-
r nnd put his foot on his stool and tlio por-
t ter cloariea it. But whon Gnmbetta offered
I lo pay hiin for it tho porter refused to nc-
Iceptit, but kissed the handle of hts brush
f. r.nd snid it should henceforth be n vnUmblo
I relic, for it had had tho honor of polishing
R tho boots of le herosdc France, GuinbtiUft
f. appeared to bo deeply movod by this hom-
L ago. Ho shook the man's hand und Invited
[him to a neighboring tavern, where the
I three drank a bottlo of wino together. Thon
[ Gnmbetta gave the porter a pipo nud bodo
[ him good-byo.
Sleeping In n Grave.
The strange habit ot an aged Albany
woman of using the rural cctuetory for a
p- dormitory on special occasions has, according to tho Albany Journal, como to light.
Tbo woman in question is a widow named
Briggs, whoso husband died about eight
years ago and waB burled In the cemetery.
For Bomo time Bho has been in the habit of
making two-day pilgrimages to her hus-
bnnd's grave. Bho always carries with her
u sufficient quantity of food to last through
her vigil, und blankets to servo as a covering during tho night. ShoclaimB that sho
spondB the night iu couyeno with her df*
NOTIOB-
DURINa MY ABSENCE FROM THE
city Mr. Newton A. White will have
charge of my business, nnd hns authority
to colli ct umt discharge all accounts ln
connection therewith, eto,
B.H.WEBB.
How Wet.tralni-ter, June 0,1889,    d(e0m2
To Contractors* Carpenters
n-IENDRItS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
1 the undersigned up to noon of SATURDAY, 'jatii iimi.. for the dividing of
Herring's opera House Into tenements,
and other work. Plans and spec! flea tlon b
enn bo seen at iny office, Mary Btreet.
The lowest or nny tender not necessarily
accepted,
G. W. GRANT.
Now Westminster, Juno 7,1889.     djo7td
Card of Thanks.
I DESIRE TO HEARTILY THANK
lho Citizons of Now Westminster for
tliolr very generous patronage during tho
past llvo yoars and trust that in tho future
I shall continue to merit tholr confidence.
I havo just secured as an assistant, A. J.
Holnus, D. D. ft., a graduate of lho Ohio
Dental College (a branch of the Cincinnati University), which college ranks second to none In tlio world. Dr. Holmes
comes highly recommended, ami having
had three years experience ln the prac-
tlco of Dentistry, I feel tlmt I can confidently assure nil requiring dental work
tliatonly asiiporlor class of work will he
dono.
Prices moderate as in tho past.
Crown, bridge work, and the preservation of lho natural tcelh specialties,
Oi-Tici:: Itnnnis B A 0, Bank of B, C,
corner Columbia and Mary Street--.
C. E, C. BROWN,
djeSwi Dentist,
jSL. X1.   Ss   -A.-  3MC.
THE EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL COMMUNICATION of tho M. W. Grand
Lodgo of British Columbln will bo held in
tho MASONIC TEMPLE, In tho CITY OF
VICTORIA, commencing on SATURDAY, June 38ml, at 2 o'clock p, in.
A full attendance of members ond representatives Is earnestly requested.
Arrangements have been made with
lho C. P. N. Co, for one flrst-class faro for
round trip, from New Westminster and
Vancouver lo Vlciorla nnd return. Tickets good from 21st to 'Mb tnsts., Inclusive,
for members of the Masonic fraternity,
their wives or other members of their
families accompanying them.
HENRY BROWN,
df-alltd Grand Seo.
 T3
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWART -f CASH, PBOPB1ET0RS
J. J. WILSON, - MANAGER.
Rates, $1.00 nud $1.50 per Day.
ACCOIIMKO TO ItOOM.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OH MONTH,
ttr Pnrtlcs supplied will, till kinds of
IOF.-CHEAM. dmy'raO
C. E. WOODS
USD SUBVEYOS.
A. G. GAMBLE
NDTA.T POIUO.
Woods, Tunn & BamUo
LAND SURVEYORS,
llilylUU^!!
AND CONVEYANCERS,
•A-GKEIiTTS  FOB
FIRE,—The Western of Toronto.Tho .Ellin, The City of London, and The llarl-
fiml,
MFI!.-Ttio Now York Life insurance Co.
ACCIDENT-Tho Travellers* of Hartford
Louii Surveying In all Its branches lie*
cm aid v nnd promptly curried out.
City anil Su hur linn Lamia fur Snle.
Wo can show a complete li»t of deslrahlr
lonallUes.
Fimiii »k 1. tin its, Improved and iinlm-
prove!,tlu'iinuhout tho district.
Mining and other Stock bought and
no Id.
Money to Loan tin tlrst mortgage nt
low rates. ______
Tkt-kpiioni' Cam. No. 83.
P. 0. Dbaweii W.
WOODS, TUKNKR & CAMBU.,
Office, Eluru's Block,   -   Columbia Street
new westminster.
dm l)i41n
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE   BARGAINS
Suits Uk Pants
&
TAILOMNS ESTABLISHMENT.
Weare nulling the best uf
English, Scotch & French Goods
At prices away down Cheaper than
Ever.
Call and examine mid weare satlalled
lhat yon will buy boforo yon leavo tho
store.
All work guaranteed.
dmhlyl Ml Coluinhln Struct.
Election ol School Trustees
milB ANNUAL ELEOTION OF A
I Trustee for ench of tlio throo School
Wards of Now Westminster Oily afibbol
District will bo held on MONDAY the
nth day of Jiinr, IWtft, commenoing at 11
u. m.,atthe undermentioned placcs.vl-*.:
FOR ST. PATRICK'S WARD!
Ince Cottago {Mrs, Haynes'). cor. Dufierin uml Columbia Hts. -Returning Officer, Cnpt.G, l'ltteiidrlgh;
FOR ST. GEORGE'S WARD*
Now City Hall, MnrkoiH^uaro-Rotiirn-.
lug Officer, Capt. A. Poole;
FOR HT. ANDREW'S WARD!
Room near Royal City Mills, Richard
St.—Returning Officer, Hugh Burr.
Dl oaso a poll Is demanded, voting will
commence ut 10 a. m. of the next day and
clone nt 4 p. in,, nt tho above-named
placoB.
CtrrherowHl also bo hold nttliosnmo
time and place In St. Andrew's Ward, a
speoial olGollmi of a Trustee to H,-rve tlio
unexpired term of ono yenr, vice William
Ross, resigned.	
Extract from "Public School Act."
"80. Any person reglslorcd as a voter, ns
hereinafter provided,, simll be ollRlbla io
votent nny school mooting hold In such
dlstrlot, and In the ward in which lio Is
registered, for tho aloctlon of Trustees;
provided, always, that il shall not bo lawful for nny person to voto for Trustee*. In
moro thnu one ward In any City School
District."
By ordor of Bonrd of Trustee**,
JOHN MoKENZIE,
Secretary.
Kow West,, Juno 0,1889. JcMO-18-15
I.REK0VED FROM BAAH-OH TO VICTORIA]
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. /Valuableimported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G.A. McTAVISH,
dmh80.no VICTORIA, 11.0.
THE WESTMINSTER
Poultry Yards
** JOHN 3. COX, Prop.
Light Brahmas,
Partridge Ooohllliu,
Plymouth Itock*),
"White faoe Bl'k Spanish
White Orcited, Ulack aud Golden
Poland h.
Iloudaiiii      Sllvcr-peiicllltd   Ham-
burgs,
niaek, tied aud Pitt Gaines.
Toulouse Geese.     Rouen Dnoks,
SERVIC^BULL.
THK nEGISTEREIJ PEDIOREE HOL-
SIEIN BULL,
Gugertha Prince 5,
Will stand for service this season at D.
McPhnden's Gnrdon, Edinburgh street.
Terms reasonable.
Milch Cows for Sale,
Kum lliN'i,
Manager.
D. MePHADEN,
Proprietor.
dSTmylm
VIOTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTADLISHEII 185S.
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of Alt Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment  to Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, lho Dominion Government, Ac.
Mortal and Diploma awarded at lho Colonial and Indian Exhibition, London, 1880.
FACTORY—Nliignm St., Jamos Uny,
OFFICEH-57 Fort Ht„ Vlciorla, It. C,
diipSmi)
Education Biiancuoi-tiU'-
Provincial SeciiktaiiVs Dei-'t,
Victoria, May 7th, 1880.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
thn Annual Examination of candidates for certificates of qiii-iitli-ntln-i to
loach ln tho Pnbllo Schools iff tho Provinco will bo hold as follows, commencing
nu Moii-t.iy, July sth. nt 10 a. m.t
in Vleturlii Legislative Hall,
In Kaniloops...PublioSchonl Bnlldlng.
Each applicant must forward a notice,
thirty dnys beforo the lixnmlnallon, stating tho class and grade 'if certificate for
wlileh he will be a candidate, aud the
place at which ho wilt intend.
ft. li. POPS,        -   ■
dmylOmi superintendent of Education.
Asylum for the Insane
TENDER-*, ENDORSED "LUNATIC
Asylum," for lho supply of groceries,
clolhi nn, meat, vegelnhli-s.Ai-,, for I ho use
nf the above Asyium, Nuw Westminster-
from lhe 1st July next lothelWtll .lime,
1800, will bo received by this Department,
at Victoria, until noon on Tuesday tho
iMh Instant. Llstaof thoiirtlolofl required
o ii hoseonnt (heProvhiolnlScorotnr>''s
office, Vletdrl»iuml nl ihe -'Hyfum, New
Westmlnslm'.nt whk-h Initcr place samples ami also tie luspcuicd.
All impplii's lo bo delivered at iho Asylum without oxtro obnrHe. M.''enrlty for
tlio duo performance of Mm contract will
bo required in oach case.
By Commnnd,
JN'O. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
p-ovlnalnt Secretary's Office,
iBt Jnne, 1830. dJcBtd
Port Kells
This Fine Townsite, at the Frosli-YVnter
Junction of tlio.
Southern Railw'y
IS miles Ahfive WritmlJister,
Has jiiBt been Survoycil, ami tho Lots
aro for sale liy
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Ov Nbw Wkstmisstku, B. C.
The advantages aud prospects of this
Plot for a future thriving Town aro
many.
Tho Land in tho vicinity is good.
There aro Inexhaustible IRON 01113
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, immediately adjacent, as well as vast strata of
tho finest BUILDINO SAND and TOT*
TISUY CLAY.
On the Townsite arc a number of valuable MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication by land nnd water is
unequalled, by reason of the location of
the Townsito on tho Fraser River and
tho Southern Railway, while the natural
elevation and lay of tlio land can not he
excelled as a situation for a fino town.
Tho ground Ib open aud clear of heavy
timber.
Tho sito haB been selected as one of
the most Important stations on tho
Southern Railway, and with tho completion of the road, in the near futuro,
must, with all its .other advantages,
spring Into prominence at once,
Thoso who apply early will liavo tlio
pick ot tbe Lots.
A elenr titlo given with every purchase.
Parties wishing Lots onn apply as well,
on the premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
dmyOte Fnosnnrron.
W. C. LOYE,
Mioiibl' H ai M Ito.
Repairing <Vratly Done.   Cork Bole
Work a Specialty.
sororders promptly attended to.
Clarkson St., in rear of Colonial Hotel, next, to Ilnnd Bros.' oilice.  dncltc
FABB[EO^A13KiS
DRESSMAKING
At SUSS JENNINGS',
(Late op Englanu)
Cornet of Ohurch and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
•^Satisfaction guaranteed.    ilwf«7to
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STBEET,
New Westminster, B. C.
-a* Satisfaction tuttmiiueed.       <rap!3tc
ITOTIOE.
NOTICE  IS  HEREBY  GIVEN THAT
wo havo applied to the Mlnlsterof
the Interior for a license to cut nnd carry
away timber on and from the following
lands:-Tho N.W. quarter of Section ['271
twenty-seven, thowost hnlf of Heetlon (83
thirty-three,  in Township 12" two; and
Hecthm [.Hll thirty, Ih Block [fil live north,
Range one west; all in New Westminster
District.
ROYAL CITY PLANING-MILLS CO.
[Limited!.
Ter W.A.DUNCAN.
New West., May 23,1880. * rtmy25ml
VANCOUVER OITY
FoundrySMachineWorks
mUB PROPRIETORS OK THESIS
I workB have much pleasure In notifying their friends and the public thnt they
nre now prepared to receive and promptly
execute auy orders for work ln their line
with which lliey may be favored.
A-AIcKEIiVIE,
Mcchanlcnl Manager,
Vancouvor, B.C., 8th May, 1889.
dwmyl2to	
Wm. L Dashwood-Jonn
FRESH CALIFORNIA AKD LOCAL
Fruits &Iep*s
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
■IJeJlt-
Service Bui
THE THOnOnOH-BBED STOKE-I'OQIS
JERSEY BUH,
"Governor Moody"
Will stand for i-crvleo this season nt Pel-
hum Dftlty. New Westminster, where tho
beautiful u'fltof Hils superb uulmtil can lie
Been and inspeuted,
A few cnlves for sale.   Terms reason-
ablo.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
Ralph Booth, Proprietor.
Manauor. umy22ta
Corbett & Kennedy,
M.VNUI'ACrrtlltEIlS  oif
TW, COPPER A KiEET-IROH
•wab'Q:.
lVi'lSf-jri'll'S "LOOK (UP-STAIR6),
FnbsT Street,      New Wjistmimmtkii.
HAVING JUST OPENED IN THE
above line, we ivspi-t-iful!.* solicit a
share of the trade, and trust l>y careful
intention to orders ami mo-iemtti charges
to merit tho same. Kxtv-ncnced workmen; satisfaction cnaraiiiecil.
Estimates furnished forGalvanlzoij [mn
Cornice, Roofing, Plumbing, Qas-flltlug,
Steam and Hot Water IIi^uliig.Ae.
bop Entrance to inenils* -*• un Mary St.,
ln rear of Bank of R. C. dwmhlMc
__ SMOKERS.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
iCIGAK, ASK WM THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEEj
„™. MAINLAND.
faT'fhey aro not only mado of tho
Choicest Tobacco but thoy nro of
Homo Mnnufnctiirc, .ml should bo
patronized by all good citizens.
WM. TIET1EN, Manufacturer,
IIOLr.ltOOK BIIILDISO,
COLOMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
AN!) FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
I.UN'nllOIl.M'M BLOCK.
Coliimlili, .'ilrri'l,       \ew Uosliitltislrr.
noltlwty
North BrK.lf.li and
mercantile
FIRE
COMPANY.
ESTABUrSHED 1809.
capital,    ■   $11,600,000.00
OF  LONDON.
capital,
$»,ra,ooo.oo
RATES   AS    LOW   AH   ANY   OTHEB
COMPANIES 110INO  BUSINESS
IN immsU COLUMBIA.
T. Or. TJLQ-tLTnS
Agont for Now Wostmlnster City
and Dlstrlot.        djo22to
Wanted, Short-hand Pupils.
MR T. It. DUNCAN WISHES TO Inform tho Publle of Now Westminster
l h« Is now prepared to give le sons in
Short-hand In the latest and b-stsystems.
A complete course guivruiit*-cd in three
monirhs.
Violin nlsu laugbt.   The   leaching  °t
children on this Instrument a specialty.
Address, Drawer 0, City,New Westminster. daplOlc
IT lft AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
o Jk. ec a? xi st. s
Temple of Music I
Is the Place to Buy First-Class
PIANOS ■"» ORGANS
Al Mich Prices aud Terms as will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For prices and terms, apply to CAR-
TEn-8 TEMPLE OF MUSIC,
Vancouver, IB. €.
230 Huntings Si. West. daplOtc
SIMM MILLS!
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANUFACTUnEna OP
OATMEAL
By tlio Latest Improved Process.
^■ABSOLUTELY   PURE,
MILLS nl KorlU SalMId-.
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE! Victoria.
dmu29n*6
W. LLeonarfl-^Co.
330-3311 CORDOVA STREKT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers nnd Dealera In
MACHINERY
OV ALL DE.SCBIT10K.-1,
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
dwdeaoto	
Canadian Pacific Railway.
PACIFIC DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
/\WNBRS AND MASTERS OF VES-
W selsand other Craft navigating tbo
Frnser River are cautioned to keep within
tho Buoys painted Red nnd White, respectively, nt the Mission Bridge, as during tho construction of the Bridgo, navigation betweon tho banks or the River
aud the Buoys Is dangerous, owing to piles
being driven there.
H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent,
Vancouvor, B. C, 7th Mny, 1889. dmy8to
•tsroTic-H.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
aO days after dato we intend making
application to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works fnr a lenso for limbering purposes of the following dcsi-rll-ed
lands, situated lu Snyward Dlslrlct, Vancouver Island:
Commencing nt a stake placed mi tbe
west tihoreof n small lake duo south of
l.nt.Ii, Kay ward District; about one mile
(rem smith end of snld lake; theneo west
820 chains, thenee soutli -100 chains, thence
east .WU chains, llience north 7!10chains,
thonce west 1120 chains, thonco smith 240
f-hntiiM, theneo enst uO chains, more or
less, to the above-mentioned lake, thence
iiu-anderlng nlon-ir shore of said Inke to
place nf commence ment,—containing about W,010 acres, moro or less.
IIuyal Citv Planing Mills Co. Ld.
John Hunduy, Manager.
New Westminster, June 10,1889.
dlljolm	
Dominion Lands.
TV YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
I |'-e-empIion or for renl of Mining or
Gnuilna Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
Bnt pay In SOX&IP and |i'*ve a
lnr(fo discount.
Scrip enn be obtained In largo or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY & CHAMPION
• _.__2_T___.X-3,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OB FROH
Till-BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER
tlwmliflte
ESTABLISH*"*! 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
nearly tip|>osltn Die Ciilnnlnl Hutu!
NEW WESTMINSTER
mllK LARGEST  AND   CHOICRST
J.   assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS ANO VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam.
•■Ies, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tlio
LOWEST POSSIBIiB PRICKS
PllDVINCIAL SEOHETARY'B OFFICB,
8rd Jnne, 1880.
WHEHEAS the Lieutenant-Governor
In Counoil Is empowered, under tho
"Public School Act," to crente school DIs-
1 riots, in addition to thoso nlrendy existing, nnd to define the boundaries thereof,
and from lime to time to niter tho boundaries ot existing Districts' It is hereby
notified that His Honor hns been pleased
to create the tract of laud enclosed within
the under-mentioned boundHriesnSchool
tHHtrlct, undor the title of tho "Otter
School District," viz.!—
Common-dim nt the middle point ot
the southern boundary line nf Section iH),
Tnwnshln 10, Nqsv Westminstor Dlstrlot:
thenco duo north three and n hnlf {_\yt\
miles to tho centre of Section 7, Township
11; thenco duo cast two and n half i2%)
miles to tho central pointof the western
boundary of Section 10, Township 11;
thenco south ono and a hnlf [.%] miles to
the south-east corner of Seotion 4; thonce
east ono and a half ll>41 miles totho middle point of tho northern boundary llne of
Section 85, Township 10; thonce due south
threo and a half \_lA\ miles to tho centre
of Section 14 of snld Township; thence
west one nnd a half [IH] miles tothe
centre of tho eastern boundary line of
Section 10 of samo Township; thonce
north one and a half 11U1 mil's to tho
niirth*cnst comor of Section 811 thence
in n direct lino wost two nnd a half [2%\
miles, lo l lie point of commencement,
fly Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
djeSwi Provincial Secretary.
NOTICE tOGREDITORS.
In tho Estate of Loetvs R, MoInses,
Deceased.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against tliu estate of the late Loftus
K. Mclnnes arc here liy notified that unless their claims are furnished to the
Executor, James A. Robinson, before the
expiration of three months from this
date the Executor will not be responsible
for tlielr payment.
Dated Mils Bth day of June, 1889.
JAMES A. ROBINSON,
Je8*dwI*wmB New Westminster.
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
QAWMILL OWNERS, LOGGERS, and
P others are notified that our steel
Tug-boat,
"TBPIO,"
Will bo ready for work about the 14th Inst.,
and we are prepared to enter Into contracts for all kinds of towing, lightering, do.
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
dmySLo Vancouver, B. C.
W. R. AUSTIN'S
it
FARM PRODUCE.
Haid-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
Ac*,      Ac,     Ac.
LEAVE ORDERS  AND   SETTLE, ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dmygltc	
J. W. WINGER
DEALER IN
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notice and at Reasonable Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always in stack.
Orders left ut the C. P. N. "Wharf will be
promptly delivered. droh29te
WM. H. VIANEN,
hr!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
tzr Highest Prico paid for Furs and
Deer Hides,
Correspondence Invited. ns-Telepiione
Cnll No. 6. dJnSto
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot ok Douglas stheet, Neau
Cor-trr-iBTA Street.
i* FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
FRESH   BREAD,   CAKES,  PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc, otc.
Hotel nnd Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders  promptly nttended to and
delivered to any partof the oity. dmli'-My
11. (Jovial Ms
Cot!. Columbia ahd Chufoh Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Ij UBAW,VU*jfl|  MUIW) twin Marble or Grnnlte of Best Quality.
CORNER     POSTS    AND    CURBING.
N. B.—Just received—the finest nssorl-
mentor K---.t-.-li t'rniiUi-H-iiuim-'DlN i'Y-t
sceu n British Columbia, whtch will bo
sold at prices putting competition outof
the question.
dwiuhS.yl ALEX. HAMILTON' PRDP.
TIME    CARD.
O. P.   N".  OO.
The Fine Flrst-Clnss
Str. William Irving
Will Leave the C. P. N. Co.'s Wlinrf,
B-VBB-.T
Tuesday.Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHIUiWKACK AND WAV PORTS.
Returning Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufficient inducement oners she
will proceed to HOPE and on such
occasions will leave her wharf
at 4 a. m.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T. L. BRtaaS, Agent,
Now Westminster. dnp3lc
Time Table!
sdi££_A TnE STEAMER
.IMNbERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER every Monday morning at 7 o'olook for Nanaimo, via Vancouver, returning Tui-sday,
via Vancouver.
Leaves Westminster every Wednesday
at 7 a. m. for Nnnnimo direct, .onnoctlng
with Island railway and Comox steamer.
Leaves Nanaimo for Vancouver on
Thursdays and Fridays and returns same
days.
Leaves Nanaimo on Saturday at 7 a. xu.
for Westminster direct.
For freight or passage apply nn board,
or toT. I., lliuiitis, ('. P, N. wharf,     dto
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOR SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, Ac.
Rice Heal,
Boots and Shoos!
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 & Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
_W REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Prov-'
ince.
To buy at Low Prices, to sec the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwto si Col-u.z-a.-bla Street.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDDOM'S BUILDINO, FHOHT STREET)
Z_Z____Z,ZZ-__   Z*-T
FOR OATTLE FEED.
dnili'Mn*
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hsnd an Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,   Boots A Shoes, Hals A Cajis,
Crockery, Glassware, -Sec.
raBM'S     As    BO-78'     EtTJITB.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
N* B.—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission.   •s.Orders
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. dwJeSto
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAND & IMESTMENT AGENCY, Li
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,     ,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND, )
I
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 15 Serjeants Inn Fleet Si. -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 Agcn;y,
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates. Town Lota aud Fanning
Lands for Sale on easy terms,
Viotoria B. C, Mny Wth, 1887. dwJeTtfl
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"CtorUissoM-U-J.pt-dtochlllrenlh.l I OuKrls, cons -We, Oopjtl-i.il-".,
[recommendItut-ipriortourpracrlption 11°8* |toro--ih, BleirttM, **™»™?vl. ..
knowatome."     _. A A____._l._-       I BIIsWoto-^m-1-^ ^ !««-*-. «.
Ul Be Otfonl St, Brooklyn, N.T.   I WilEout injurious n»dlc-tkn.
Tra Cent.-ib CoMPA-nr, 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
M.A.McRAE
merchant I ailor
BEAUTIFUL IUNGE OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Check
siii,Miis&owiin
FOIt SPniNQ AKD SUMMER.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Colombia St.,   .   New Wesi-ii-.'-tfii.
dwn-h2Stc
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THF. SUBSClllBEnS ARE NOW PI1K-
I'AIIKDTOTUKN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Special Low Rntes.
Ifojja-* ad All Kinds of Teaming
Doue at Shortest Notice.
Dry r-irdwooil delivered to any partof
tho City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
atlentlon.
•WStnblcs nearly opnoslto C, P. It. Do-
pot, Columbia ftt,, NewWestminster.
dJallic      QILLEY BROS. .'.•<■••-'■
Feed, Livery i Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
PEOPBIETOR.
GOOD DRIVING * RIVING HORSES
for Hire, iini-k*, call at all Stoamera
and Tnilnn. Special nttentlon given to
Hoarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
ConnlnutlyonHand.
Orders mny bo lett nt tho Offlce of Ma*
lhern A MliliKnn,Commission Merehnnis,
Front Street.Now Wait, dieiUtc
NOTICE.
N'
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
_. I have applied to lhe Honourable
Minister of the Interior for n license to cut
Umber on llio following described Dominion lands In New WeBtmlnster District,
British Columbia, according to the Pro-
vlnclul Government survey:
South-east li Section 23, south-oast li
Section 26, north hnlf and south-west %
Section i*4. In Townslilpifl, and Sections
29 nud SO, In Township 211.
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
New West., 7th March, 1889.        dJeSml
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CGMP'V.
1 Old Bkoau Ht, and 16 Pall Mau-,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES A OTHER
Buildings, Good*, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of sueh Vessels; also, Ships build
ing and ropairing, Barges and other \'e*
sols on navigable rivers and canal.-, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and In Foreign
Countries,
FKUH LOSS UU DAJI.U1K BT FIKK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 8TG.
Hates of Premium and every informs*
tion can be obtained on application tn
W. -I. ARMSTBONe,
Agent lor Now Wntnlnstw.
To k taiscfl, Cal,
BV WAY OF THE
x.xmm.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
til' ICK E It IN TIME THAN AMY OTHEB
ROUTE BETWEEN
New ffestmi&sttr_ud Su bum
mm SCENIC HOUTE OF the pacific umt
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEWING CARS
For AccoranHMlfttlon ol Bccond-Clus Pas-
sen-tors, attnohed to Esprcss Train,.
Fare from Portland to Hscmmento and
Hun Francisco-Unlimited, Kg- First*
elnss (Limited), Ifflj Booond-elaae (Ll-
TH UOIKlll TICKETS to all mints Bouth
nnd Eosl, via California.
TICKET OFFICES:
citv omen, No. 131 Cor, Flist A Aldei
HI reels;
Dkvot Office, Cor. F A Front Stl-eolat
Portlnml, Oregon.
It. I-OKHLEH,      li. F, liuuEB
Mnnniier.   **
•w_n-. gmlj} British Columbian
lliursday Evening, Jane 13, I8S9.
I[- t'iU-ll
Tt im)
ADVERTISING- RATES FOX THE DAILY.
Transient Advertisements.—First lu*, elation, Wets, per tine h»l!d n-mimr-ii: eaeli
subsequent conRCt!iitlveiiisei'll(-ii,:ict.*;. per
Hue, AdvertifieineiitH not insurled evt-i-y
day—first Insertion, IlH-l". f-t-r line; subsequent InseHlons, 6 et». per line.
Siiwullm; .Ldvt-r(l*i'iin*niM.—]-|-of-.-s-ilon-
al or Bnslin'ris Cards—-jj pur inniitli. Special rates Tor geneml truth! julveillstnu',
aeortrdlng to space -■i-cii--feU ond dtinillmi
of <!ontmct.
.tucllun Siilffl, wht!ndl-jphiyeil,t!!iir-;vd
25 per cent, less liiun traiifilout ndvts.   If
:-,!;.;. i:ii;l;V(:t! Ill :Vi-iii:ir llMi.-h'Ut l-.ltPS.
Mv't«li\I Soilcr.*. aiiii.n-j n-miin:! nimtt-r,
20 cts, p.-;' line c;t,"!i lUFeriin-i. **']n-'-i:ilu
luscrteit In' ine imii.tli nt  reduced rati';
Births, Marriages and Deaths, st for"1
lusertion; Funi-rnl Notices in coun"
With deaths, 50 ctA each Insertion.
WEEKLV flDYEflTlfllHQ RATEB.
Traiuleat id verllsi-iaents.—Plrat Insertion, It) cts. per IIih-M'lliil nonpareil; atib-
soqiieuMnsei'ttimStT nW. por tiuo,
.It-tndln**" .tdvorUicmi-iii-i.—I'tt'tcsNlon-
al or Hn-JiiH-.-s t::'.:-,l---?l..rrl) per month.
Spei'i:ilnit''*y fin-u-MUTii! Ir.ti!--;i;tverltwill-.
8poi:l;il Nui!(T;i, l'.irilis. Mnningo!. und
Deathi', same rates ns Dally;
Cull must be all nict.:il,:ind for large cuts
an extra rate will be oharged,
•Wrer-Mius sendlns In I'.-lv-fciiisei-i-Mi's
should \.-: ci.rc/nl hi iK-itr wlieliicrthi-y
aro to appear In l!)>> luiiiy KdU.lon,orthe
Weekly, or both. A liberal reduction ts
maiic wiit'ii iiiJ'-irte-l m both. STo advertisement inseried for less than 81.
.Hy,
SUBSOBlBEina
Who do nut receive their paper regular
from the Carriers or  lliroui'li   the 1V,L
Offlce, will confer a favor by reporting ibe
same to the offlco of phbl Italian at once.
NEWADVERTISEMEMTS IH'SDAY.
Application for License—Sam. Woods
Dairy Farm Weaver & Woodward
Tailoring Camerford tt McDougall
Vor Sale S, C. Henderson
Salmon woro scarce again to-day.
Straw borri on and Cream nt the
"Olub." *
All the fashionablo iced bevcragoa, at
tho "Hub," noxt tho "Queen's."   *
Strawberries, for.pfeticning, at 8
conts per pound, atC. J. llobson's. 3t*
Russell's Restnurimt- opposite tlio
Amoricun Hotel, opon day and
night. ftDm3*
200 lots on tlio Thorno rond, from
§65 upwards at $10 pur month, - W.
RoiiU, Front stroet. *
To Building Society members flix
weeks iu arrears: What's tho matter
with tho fine notice? *
Samuel 0. Henderson, of Chilliwack, oilers for sulu n dwelling houao
and a team of horses.
Tho opening advertisement of tho
new merchant tailor-*, Camerford &
McDougall,.appears in this inane.
Tho riflo association will hold another practice meeting at Brownsvillo on
Saturday. Silver spoons to the top
scorea.
A'meeting of tho Hynck tire com-
,pany will bu held to-morrow night to
form a hose team. A full attendance
ia expected.
Tho str. Kithet left for Victoria
this miyning with 15 oattle, 14 horses,
30 toils of freight nod a large number
of passengers.
Many non-resident property owners
were in tlie eity to-dny for (he purpose
of voting for the by laws, nud they
voted solid to a mnn.
Tho Roso Llill dairy farm advertises
fresh milk delivered daily to customers
in all parts of thn City, fro&h 4g(J3 delivered, t&'c.   See adv.
The str. Dunsmuir left for Nanaimo
to day with 20 passengers and a full
load of freight. Sho waa delayed
yesterday by heavy weather.
Look out for tho great sale of lots in
the town of Seattle, at tho Mission
Bridge, on June 15th next. For particulars, apply to Wm. Reidt.       *
Tho atr. Iruing left for Hope thia
morniug with 00 tons of freight and a
largo number of passengers. On tlio
return trip ehe will bring down a band
of S'luilkameen cattle.
The inquest in the case of tho rail-
way accident at Junction Cut, near
Hamilton, on tho "Hth April last, is
concluded. It is tho opinion of tho
jury that tlie accident wns caused by
tho breaking of tho tlango of a whcol
of the engine truck.
An inquest into tho cause of death
of Chan Ah Cfung was hold at the
provincial jail yestord-ry nt 11 o'clock
by Dr. William Jackson, coroner. Tho
jury found that the Chinaman came to
his death by utriiiignlatioti by hia own
hand, und eompletuly exonerated the
juil dfiicers frnm any blume.—Colonist,
Mr. Joseph Davis has on exhibition in Lyal'ti window a splendid photographic view of tho city of Westminster. It \\\\. taken from the other side
of the river, and is lho best view over
obtained of tho city. Comparing it
with pictures tnken only a year ngo
the change is mivc-lluus, especially iu
tho upper portion of the city. Tho
picture is well worth tho trouble of inspection.
George Preoii, who recently arrived
at Nnnaimo from Vancouver, went
bathing with a companion in Fish-hook
Lake, Cedar district, on Sunday aftornoon, and whilo wading into lho lake
ho flteppod off a led-je iuto deep water
nnd wai drowned. Tho young man,
who wna ogud about 2" years, was unable to swim, nnd although his companion reached him a stick, ho sank in
u fow minutes. Tho body wu*- recovered on Monday morning and
brought to Nanaimo, where it waa interred after an inquest waa held.
The celebrated n.p.'-ault case uf Pittendrigh vs. McCartney, came beforo
tho police maglitrsto this morning, It
was expeolcd tlio evidence w.uld bring
out souui interesting information, and
possibly a litllc scandal to delight the
hearts of g)ssip.i, but all who thought
auch would be ihe c:iso were disapoint-
od. Mr. McCartney pleaded guilty to
common assault and wan fined 35,
which amount was paid forthwith and
tho colehratod case finally disponed of.
V. M.<*. A. Meeting.
Lut night at tho Y.M.C.A,  rooms
an adjourned meeting of tho board  of
directors was hold,,and tho usual business transacted.   The reports showed
very oneournglno; progroai in the work.
Aftor tho meeting adjourned, tho  regular monthly meeting of tho association wna hold and tho samo  improvement in tho affairs of the association
wna noticeable.   Nino new  members
were eleoted.   After the usual  husi*
licsi, addresses wero given by the president, Ur.   D.   S.   Curtis,   and  by
Meun, Brown, Brydone-Jack,  Gran*
dell and Mathers,    A vote of thanks
wm tendered thB ladies  central  committeo for their kindness in   litim;  up
the  mombora  parlor.   Tho  mooting
then adjourned with singing nnd player.   At the next meeting  nf  tho  na*
■ociation tho subject of a  now building will bo discussed.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCasioria
Thentmoaphore was so thickly impregnated with smoko this morning
that the Pitt mountains were invisible
as wero also the flats at the mouth of
tho river and the gulf. The area of
lnnd being cleared throughout the district this yoar is much greater than over
before, and it ia principally from these
clearing fires that the smoke comes.
Thero uro some small bush fires up
tho river, but none of importance, and
it is not expected, with thu care that
is being* taken, that there will beany
serious foreat fires in tho district thia
summer.
An Artesian Well.
As our readers are aware iho Oyster
Harbor Coal Company are sinking
bores on their property in tho vicinity
of Oyster Harbor. On Friday in tho
boro near Chemainus Bay, at a depth
of 300 feot u stream of water waB
struck which forced itself with considerable power through the top of tho
rods thirty feet nbovo the ground. It
ia mineral water with a strong smoll of
sulphur. Tho water waa struck on
Friday nod ou Sunday was running
with apparently unclimishod force.
Mayor Bate brought up a bottlo full of
the water yesterday nnd will havo it
analyzed. ---Free Press,
the LarriiKKC Club,
A well attended meeting of tho la-
croso club wns held last night, Mr. 3.
H. Harvey in tho chair. Somo 22
gentlemen were present aud formally
enrolled us members of tho club. The
annual membership feo waa fixed
at $2. A committee was appointed to prepare a constitution and
by-laws to govern tho club and report
at tho next meeting. A committee
wna abo appointed to canvas for memt
bers, either honorary or active.. Tho
next meeting will bo held on Wednesday, 10th inst. Tho club has now got
a good start, and it should receivo lho
hearty support of all our citizens when
the canvas for membership is made.
Siul Drown In*-* Accident.
A sad drowning accident occurred
at Chilliwhack on Sunday last which
is deeply regretted by the wholo community. A little girl named Eltij;t
Gibson, daughter of Mr. Gibson, a
well known aud highly respected
farmer, was playing with n numbor uf
children on tho edge of Hope slough
when she accidentally slipped oft* a log
into ihe water and was drowned. Her
playmates made unavailing efforts to
rescue her, nnd an alarm wub given,
but help fens useless when it arrived.
At almost tho same spot 12 years ago,
on tho day Eliza waa born, her brother
wus drowned undor similar circumstances, Mr. and Mrs. Gibson feel
koenly their loss, in which they have
tho warmest sympathy uf the wholo
setllement of Chilliwack.
tilr i-'-o:i--rd Tflli-'-.
Sir. Leonard Tilley arrived in the
city this morning from Victoria aud
was taken in hand by Mr. W. Nornnin
Bole, M.P.P., and shown the Bights
of tho city, with which he expressed
himself ns highly pleased. A visit waa
al.-o paid to the Royal Oity Mills, uud
hero Sir Leonard waB fairly astonished
at the woncrful size of tho
timber being ent up. After
a pleasant drivo Sir Leonard lunched
with Mr. Bole and afterwards left by
tho 1 o'clock train for Ottawa. Beforo tho departure of tho train
a number of citizens, onu
of whom was Mr. J. C. Armstrong, mot Sir Leonard at tho depot
and had a quiet chat with him. Ho
promised that on hia next trip to the
const ho wauld remain over several
days at Westminster, bo delighted wub
he with tho beauty of our surroundings. 	
*^u*.EiciI tn Dentil.
At Johmtou'a Landing thia morning, about 9 o'clock, while waiting for
tho arrival of tho str. Gladys, Mrs.
TerriBey of Port Haney and her four
year old child took up their position
on tho shore close lo the water's edge.
As lhe steamer neared the landing
place, the captain, it is Btated, seeing
the danger they stood in, warned thom
back, but they either did not hear or
paid no heed to the warning. Tho result was that when the steamer's
bow ran on tho bank tho
child wns knocked down nnd
crushed into the sand and killed, whilo
the poor woman wan also bu badly
crushed that bIio mny not recover. Tho
body of tlio child was brought to this
city lor interment and Mrs. Terriney
was removed to St. Mary's hoi-pitaf,
where sho is now under tho cum of
Dr. Fagan. Ono of hor log- is broken
in two places, nbove and below tho
knee, nnd sho ia otherwise vory seriously injured. It is probable an inquest will be held on the body of tho
child.
fterlously Manned.
Shortly after noon loday Mr. Herbert Kirkland, malinger of Dens Island
cannery, was soriuusly stabbed by a
Chinaman. Tho man was in tho em-
play of tlio cannery nnd wns under
contract to work for a certain Icnj-th
of time, which period hns not yet expired. This afternoon he packed up
his dunnage and plncod it iu a canoe, intending to leave. Mr. Kirklutul ordered
him back nnd stepped up to tho canoe
to rotnnvo the baggage. At this moment tho Chinaman stopped quickly
forward and drawing a dirk plunged it
into Mr. Kirkland'a breast. Tho
victim of this murderouB assault fell
to tho ground, bleeding profusely,
and tho Chinaman realizing that hu
would sudor for his villainous act,
throw himself in lho river and attempted lo commit suioido by drowning.
Ho was quickly pullod out, however,
and placed in cuatody. Mr, Kirkland
was placed in a canoo and brought to
this oity for surgical assistance. Dr.
Coopor was summoned and attended
professionally to lho wound. Tho
ductor says tho wound ia scrioua, but
not dangernus. It is about an inch
long by two inches deop, and runs
diagonally across the lower part uf tlm
riffht brotuit one inch bolow tho atom-
uch. Had the knife stuck an inch
lower tho result would have been fatal.
The Vancouver Fire.
Threo yeara ago to-day Vancouver
waa swept by firo from end to end, and
only a fow houaos left standing out of
the several hundred whioh comprised
lhat thriving city. Several thousand
peoplo woro rendered homeless nnd in
many cases deatitute. Help arrived
from all quarter and soon Vancouver
wbb on its legs again, and since then
the march of progress Iiaa proceeded
without iv check. In all tho schemes
whicli havo boen advanced to aid tho
city in tho way of building roads and
Btreets, making park improvements,
erecting publio buildings, bouusing industries etc., uot a single ratepayer
has put an obstacle iu the rond, and
tho result is that the city's prosperity
has Buffered no set-back. Want of
patriotism haa never yet been displayed by the VuncouVoritcB, and probably
nover will. To-day Weatmlnater voted almost unanimously in favor of improvements, whicli will bo the moans
of greatly enhancing tho value of property if they aro allowed to bo carriod
out immediately, and not subjected to
vox.itkiiis hindrances which may havo
n killingeffoct on the growth of thocity
and discourage those who are prepared
to mako valuable improvements if all
goes well. Westminster has enterprising neighbors, and if tho royal
city is to hold her own with tho best of
them, their progress must he allowed
to ndvauco unchecked.
Crops in thia locality aro exceedingly good. No high wator, no moaqut-
tos, nnd nothing to mar tho happiness
and prosperity of our community.
Sumas settlement comprises 20,000
acres of land, held by purchaae and
pre-emption, which cannot bo surpassed
for richness of soil. 16,000out of 20,000
ia prairie, ready forthe plow, if it wero
reclaimed from the overflow caused by
thu Juno freshets of tho Fraser
river. Tho valley is nearly surrounded
by mountains. Tho distanco to the
dyko on tho front along the Eraser
river is only a milo aud three-quarters.
Only extrotne high water damages tho
crops. The owners of the land offer to
pay $100,000 to nny company that will
successfully dyko tho land.
A tremendous fire has beon burning
in lho Cascade mountaina for tho last
ton days. It ia thought by somo that
u volcano has broken out.
The apple crop will bo small this
season. Plums, prunes, and small
fruits, promise an abundant crop.
Chadsey Broa, have lost a numbor
of shoe|>, which were killed by a cougar.
An Indian who went on the mountain
to hunt the cougar fonnd him devouring a sheep that he had packed up the
mountain. The cougar attacked tho
Indian as soon as ho discharged his
gun, and had it not beon for his dogs
would have mado hash of him.
Onu day last woek iivo boar3 put in
an appearunco noar Wm. Chadsey's
residence. Beforo tho Nimrnds could
collect tho bears had taken leg bail for
security.
A snd accident happened at Chilliwack on tho Oth inst, a 11 year old
daughter of Mr. B. Gibson lost hor
life by drowning.—-Com.
Haitian's Opinion ot Searle.
Hnrilan, who arrived at San Francisco from Australia on Saturday, is an
enthusiastic admirer of Searle, tho
Australian sculler. "Searle is ouo of
the most wonderful athletes Australia
has produced," remarked Hanlan.
"Ho far out-classes auch mon as Beach
und Kemp, and no ono will deny that
both uro great oarsmen. Searle has
the advantago of a moBt powerful constitution, and is a phenomenal stayer.
Ho ia nlso a spurtor of the most ex*
traordihury kind, Ho starts away on
a race at forty-five strokes to the
minute, nnd will keep it up a couple
of minutes, and then slow down to
thirty-six, and still keep flying. After
a while he runs up tho stroke again to
forty*live, nnd keeps alternating that
way right through tho race. Tho. man
that beats hiin is certainly entitled to
tho championship of tho world. I
know uf no one who can beat him
unless it ia O'Connor. O'Connor has
speed enough to keep even with Soarle
for n mile. I am certain of that, but
it remains to bo aeon whether he can
go tho distanco."
CORRESPONDENCE.
"Taurus" Explains lilt l-ositlou.
EuiTon Columbian. -Dka it Sm,-Whcn
I wrote my last letter, I did not presume
I should have to follow it by another;
but, through iny negligence in not giving
it a heading, I find that you, in an editorial, havo misconstrued my moaning,
in fancying that I advocated a system of
wells as opposed to water works. I certainly said that I thought if the cesspools were cleaned and a system of earth
closets introduced, tho water in the wells
might be safely drunk by thoso unable
to avail themselves of tlie advantago of
water works; bnt I did not for a moment advocate the entire use of wells.
On tho contrary, lam fully cognizant of
the boon conferred by tho former system.
My object wns to pluce before tho public
the advantages of tho "dry earth" system as opposed to the soil sowornge by
water works, viz.: tho dry earth system
oould he inaugurated ut once. Tho
danger of polluting tho river to tho de*
trement of tlie Balmon industry, and discomfort to those bolow us who ubo the
water for drinking purposeB, would ho
avoided. Thirdly, the entire absence of
dangor from typhoid or any zymotic de-
scasu being distributed from leakage or
bad trapping of ttioflushingsystom;and,
lastly, a aourso of revenue from tho in-
ccnerntcd product of this system for
agricultural purposes. Mr. Kditor, I
would call your attention to a very egg-
regions error when you stylo thia system
a "mnkc-shift," when it is tho ono adopted by a city liko Sheffield, Kngland,
with most satisfactory results, ami advocated by many of the leading sanitary
authorities. I am without hooks of reference or I would go moro into detail.
1 write my letter at thin timo as I presume a system of sewerage will naturally
follow tiiat of water. Becauso other
large cities are expending large sums of
money on sewerage-following in tho
wake of others-—it docs not follow thai
we Bhould do likewise ,wlien tho innovation of a dry earth closet system would
meet all requirements of health, comfort
and economy, so much needed in this
city nt the present time. Thanking you
for your space I am,
Yours truly, Taurui.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Tlio lucroase match at Ottawa thu
other day, resulted ni follows; Montreal 1, Ottawa?; nt Montreal* Toronto 1, Shamrocks 0.
William Lucas, formerlly a soldier
iu tho Twontioth Rifles, committed
suioido at Halifax by hanging. Hu
hud boon drinking heavily for somo
timo.
Tho dwelling and stables of Milos
Homos, near High Bluff, Man., tho
scene of tho triple tragedy, wns burned
tn tho ground lato on Sunday night.
The firo was incendiary.
Dr. (Jhild':i Pile Ointment Instantly relieves and permanently cures Piles, Pruritus nnd all hot nnd itching sores and
eruptions.   N. W, agents,
ft CO.
). B-  Curtis
dmy28yl
STREETS AND WATER.
The Debenture By-Laws Carried by
a Very Largo Majority at
the Polls To-Day.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Once More the Peoplo of the Royal
City Uphold the Banner
of Progress.
Tho city presented no unusual appearance to-day, although matters of
the utmost importance to the future of
the place woro to bo decided at the
polls. "The dobenture by-laws must
carry," was tho genoral expreaaion,
ond citizen after citizen went up nnd
voted in their favor. Even tho ladies,
bless their pretty facoa, turned out in
full force and voted solid for the bylaws, showing v. spirit of pluck nnd progress which many of our citizens might
well endeavor to emulate. Thero wasan
organized attempt to defont tho bylaws, but this movement was bo weak
that it can scarcely bo aaid to have
amounted to anything. The voting
proceeded very quietly and the majority of votes cast woro in beforo 2
o'clock. Everyone was cheerful and
confident, and when tho result was announced no surprise was exhibited, although a right royal cheer wns givon
in honor of tho occasion. Following
is how the voto stood :
STREET ASI) 1'AllK IMPROVEMENT BY-LAW
For 262
Against  40
Majority for by-law 222
WATER WORKS BY-LAW.
For 275
Against  32
Majority for by-law 243
SYRUP OF FIGS,
Produced from the laxativo and nutritious juice of California Jigs, combined
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to be most boneficial to the
human system, acts gently on the kidneys, liver and bowels, effectually cleansing tho system, dispelling colds and
headaches, and curing habitual constipation.
Tho sensational breach of promise
case, which was to have been tried in
the supremo court, at Halifax, has
boon settled by thu defondart, Geo.
Oambeli paying tho plaintiff, Esther
Flotcher, 83,000 and costs.
 ♦■♦■ ♦ .
Noah Clarke, of Newfoundland, a
seaman on the Bteamer Parthia, wub
drowned whilo attempting, with two
othors, to attach a line to tho steamer
Panther, which was in distress.
Tho annual Dominion convention of
the W. 0. T. U. opened yeatorday nt
Toronto, delegates boing proBent from
overy province.
Application for License.
x-T OTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
j\ Intend to apply nt tliu next silting
of the Licensing Board for a renewal of
my license to sell spirituous liquor*, by
retail on tho premises known as the London Arms Saloon, on tbe corner of Columbia ami McKenzie Sts., Now Westminster. SAM. WOODS.
New West., Juno 18,18S9. djel8l2
BAPTIST CHURCH. Amies Street
East of Mary StrecU Lord's Day
Services at 11a.m. and 7 p. in. Sabbat li
School nndBlble Class nt 2:30 p, in. All
scats free; strangers cordially welcomed.
—Hev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
METHODIST OIIU11CII, Mary
Street. Hov. J. H. White, Pastor.
•Ices at 11 a. in. and 7 p, m. Sunday
School and Bible Glass 2:80 p.m, Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays ut 7.30p.m. Heats
free; strangers cordially Invited.	
CjT. PAUL'S CHURCH, John Street,
O Opposite Orange (lull. Rev, Thomas
Haddon, Pastor. Services evory Sunday
nt 11 a. ra. and 7 p. m. Thursdny evenings
at7:30 o'clock. Sents free; all aro coral-
ally Invited, Sunday School at2:30 p. in.
nilURCH OP ENGLAND.-HOLY
V THINITY CHURCH; Hector, The
Ven. Archdeacon Womb. ft. MARY'S
CHUROH: Hector, Tho Bishop. Services
In both churches every day. All seats
free. Both churches open nl 1 dny for pri-
vato prayor.	
ERESDYTBRIAN CHURCH (ST.
ANDREWS), comer Carnarvon and
iCkwoodSts. Hev. Thos. Scouler, pnstor. Services at 11 n. m. and 7 p. m.; Sunday-school nnd Bible-class nt 2.30 p.m.;
Prayer-meeting on Thursdny evenings at
7.1*0.  Scats free; atronggis welcome.
CALKDONIA A ST. ANDREW'S
SOCIETY.-The regular meetings of
this Association nro In hi on the Inat Tuesday of each month, at S o'clock p. in. All
Scotchmen are invited to attend. -John
Buie, Sec.
AO. F.-COURT LORD DUFPERIN,
» No. tl'flM. The regular meetings of
the nbove Court are held nt the Foresters'
Hall, mi tho first ami third Wednesday In
each month, at 8 n, m.—Jno. MoMuhpuy,
Benr., P. O. h.
"ff hon Baby wu tiok, w« gave her Castoris.
When ito was a Child, she cried for CostorlB,
Whoa slis became Mhs, sho clang to Ctatorir*,
Whin ehi bsd Children, she gsva them CustorU
City Voters' List.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
lho Voters' List for lhe City of New
Westminster for the yenr lssii lias li.en
completed and i;i posted up iu tho City
Clerk's otllce, when: It will renin tn for SO
days from lhe tlrst publication of this
notice, for examination by all iierson'-
coiieerned. Any person who shall claim
lo ho adder! to tho satd Voters* List, or
any elector who shall desire lo hnvo any
name erased therefrom, must prefer his
or hor rc-jiu-*! in writing, signed -.villi his
or her name, stating the ward In which
ho or she belongs, and must deliver said
request, or cause the hii me in bedel I vera),
lo the Cily Clerk wllhln .'10 days from the
llr.it publication hereof, which lirst publication was made In the BRITISH Coi.lTM-
iiiak newspaper on tho Oth dny of June,
18311. D. K-UiSON,
City Clerk.
Hilled Oth June, is-.ii. riji-il! 1-ln.w
Si!#s
A Pleasing Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows tho uso of Syrup of Pigs, as U
a-itg gently on tho *
Kidneys, Liver 0 Bowels
Effectually Cleansing tho System -when
Coitivo or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and permanently curing
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION
-withont weakening or irritating tho or-
Sana on which it aots,
Tor snto In 7lio bottlo;* by nil Leadlnc
Druggists.
UAKorjuni-ai'u ohm bt tun
OALIFOEHIAHaSTEUPOO
^__        ta F-juttnoo, 0m.,
"-'•swit-.s.KY., N-WYOS.S.H. ■
FOR SALE.
Dwelling House nnd Team of
Horses nt ClillUwlmcIt.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
Saul. C. HENDEmsoN to the 21st Inst.,
for the purchase of his commodious residence erected Inst year on 2% ncres of
ground.
Also—I offer for sale n team of young
horses, partly broken in; weight about
3,001) lbs. uwjel8wl
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH MILK
Delivered Dally to Customers ln nil parts
of the City.
Hotels ami Restaurants supplied at Special Rules by tho year.
FRESH EGGS
Delivered nt Market Rates.
Orders left  at M.   SlNCi-Altt'B will bo
promptly uttcuded to.
WEAVER * WOODWARD,
dJol3yl Proprietors.
MERCHANT TAILORS,
WISH TO INFORM THE PEOPLE of
New Westminster that they have
ro'opencd lho storo lately occupied by
Messrs. Woods, Turner A Gamble, nud
are now prepared to execute all orders for
T.A.I LOBI IlT G
A flnc line off Cloths Just received,
oonilHtlng oi all tho Latest De-
Signs from Eui'micHii ntm-ltt-tu
MR. J. A. MoDOUQALL will attend to
tho cutting, and Is a practical mechanic
of twelvoyenrs'experience In the United
States; also Iwo years as foreman for
Messrs. Gregg & Hon, of Victoria.
Satisfuotloti guaranteed.
Couiybia Street, Opposite Bahx or Montreal
NEW WESTMINSTER.
• - ■ • tl jo'lgmO
fan Implements for Sale.
JJIOR SALE OHKAP-A NUMBER OF
*   Farm   Implements,   ronslstlnii   of
ioughs.   Harrows,    Rnndiill   ffmrow,
Mower, Ox-Yokes and Chains.
AIbo-It Horses, ono span good Work
norses.   Application to bo mndflto
L. THORNBER,
Douglas SI reel.
Now West., Juno 10,1880. dwjellw2
!.JJMR&C0.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
[Telephone; No. 55.]
■4 GlAltE Rf AD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS. REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London nnd Lancashire Fire and
Urlilnli  Umpire Life Imnraiioe
Companies.
New YVcRtmlnstevUulIdlng Society.
Account .ant's Olllcc, Diocese of N.W.
City Auditors, lB80,'ijBR9 and 1 HSR.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
and other monetary transactions.
Have soveral good investments on their
books, nnd nil uov/ comers will do well to
call before doing business elsewhere.
dw3doly
Notice to Cannerymenl
THOS. LEVI'S CAH-FILLIIIO PB0TEOT0H
MAY BE OBTAINl'll) OM APPr.IO.V-
1 Ion to t:. Si SI 01 LL III A' I'O.
Any person ov persons found using lliom
wi'ltout lhe patent slump will l-oproso-
cuteil. THOS. LEVI,
Sew West., 27lh Mny. isso.      (Imy2*ml
JUST   RECEIVED,
Direct from Germany, by Express,
The latest Novelties in
In New Shades and Combinations.
Nothing Liko Them Ever Shown in the Oity
before.  Call and See them.
gle, Campbell
dwtc
SUMMER CO
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
Ogle, Campbell & Co1
.
dtc
Next Door Bank of Montreal,
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
-Z>B-__Z.2_2_   X2ST
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Xdabxadox "Herring-©,
"J-vCaclserel, Salt Cod,
jL-_t_c_.o\xx's TJno. "ESancis,
^rmo-ar's TTnc. Bacon.
Flo-ax. Bxari. Sla.oxte,
•JTHIOIIKST PRICES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE.
ii»M*ir Scoullar-Armstrong Blook, Columbia St.
LONDON HOUSE!
HOSIERY.
The finest assortment of
Ladies', Children's and Infants' English and German Hosiery direct from
the manufacturers.
¥1? it ill? via
Largest assortment of Ladies' Jerseys, English and German make, ever shown in
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. G.
Uwoeiate
Practical Watchmaker, lanufacturin*;,'
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATEO WARE,    G.
BEST QUALITY,   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses in steel, rubber, silver arc .',,ul
frames.   Tho finest X'ebMos ninde, .. per pair; all sights sniteil.
Speoial ittmition given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learnt.. Uio
business thoroughly from some of tbe finest Horologers in England, anil since then
Cliarges Moderate,
Montheal, Deo., 1887,—Mr. F, Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Eaip, Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I nover found a Watchmaker who did so
woll for mo as you did when in Montreal, and 1 am sorry you aro not hero to-day."
dwapl2to
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, ]). C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    -    Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S-
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New. SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
II  IVUIIUIIUUIlp
DIRECT IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN
xx x Or h: - a x__ jl s s
DRY GOODS
 JL\NXi	
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON  MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER 4. SHADWELL.
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