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Array Ootemmont Printing o£t
Columbian
VOLUME 6
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. 0.. SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 22, 1889.
NUMBER 147
T* 0. ATKINSON,
BARmSTER.BOLIOITOR.Ao. Officcs-
Masonle BuildinBi Now Westminstor,
■j., o. dwto
AHMSTItONG A KCKSTKIN,
OARUlflTKRS, SOLICITORS, ETC-
D Masonic Uulldinu. New Westmln-
■iter, U. (J. dwinyjte
W. NORMAN UULH. U.O.,
BDAttRISTKU-AT-LAW.LANliAnKNT.
■O Money to Loan. Oillce-ClarUson St.,
flow Westminster, B C.
dtc
i'OKHOI LU, Mri OM. A .IK\SH,
B~ AUR1STKRS. SOMOITOUS, oto. Oillces— Maaonlo Buildings- New West-
—iilnslor, and Vancouver, II. 0. dwto
A.C. BUY DONE-JACK, Wl. A ,
TOTAHY PUBLIC, OONVRYANOER.
-Ji Ae, Barrister of tliP.NGvylliuimwli.lt
■-Supremo Court. Olllco lu the Hmnley
TJuildlnij. Columbia ht., opposlm iheC'ol-
r,**ilal Hoiol, dfijjgte
| JOSEPH K.OAYM*n,U.\.,l-L.U.
■riOLI) MEDALIST of the Univontlls or
to    Dublin,   BARRI8TER-AT LAW of
■Ho Hlgll Court of justice, Ireland, oillces,
Bporner McKenzie & Olarkson Hts., New
"VestmluBler. dwfe21to
O. II. (.ATKWOOD, U.D.9.,
-aURQEON DENT1HT-A Graduate of
O tho Baltimore Dental College, is pro*;
mi-ed to do all Icindu of Dental work. Of-
lefi ovor MeLennun A McFooly's hard-
varo store, 1.12 Cordova Si., Vitueouvcr,
i, u. -lupaotc
G. W. URANT,
A RCHITECT.   Olllce-Coriior Mutyand
_\  Clarkson ftit... Westminster,   dwlo
01-O-.V «. MAULURte,
A RCHITECT3. Offloe-Hoom 13. over
1 Bankof B, C.1ColumblaHtrcct,Wost-
iilnstor. dte
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of aU kinds of Uio lies* makes; Cl'OSS-CUt & Haml-SaWS,
Barbell Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary Utensils for Fill-mines
Pulley Blocks, Snatcli Blocks, Rope & Chain In all sizes; Pitch,
Tar & WaklllU) Tarred and Plain Paper for Building) Paints & Oils
Inall colors; Liquid 1'llllltS in all sliades; Floor PllllltS ready touse; Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper in all designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating Oils; Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements.
ttr Special attention given to orders by mail.
dwjlySto
t. j. t*b.a.:f:f SO CO.,
Colombia Street, Nbw Westminster.
AVtbI.lA.11  It. KINO,
It nOHITEOT.SANITARY ENGINEER,
I\ Ac. Removed to Armstrong's Block,
■olumbia Street. Westminstor— Room
■lo. 2. dto
W. TIUDAVDBAV,
AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS*
J man.   Hamley Block, Now Weatmln*
fSOMINION and PROVINCIAL LAND
,) SURVEYOR. Ollliie: Itoom D.Bauk
f B.0. building, Westnilnstor, B.C.
fi. .'..TrMHtllll,
JEAL ESTATE BROKER and County
fi Court Aitont. Commissioner, Notary
ublio,-Se, Rents colleelt'd, Otllce—Mc-
.'enzIe atreet, New Westminster, B. C.
V
T.J. TRAPP,
UOTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
. Columbia street, New Westminstor.
1 coinidlBHloiiH will receive prompt
il careful attention, lle.-u refereuet-B
•nu when required. m)U2*ie
TURNER, 1IEKTON A CO,,
f ERCHANTS. Wharf St., Vletoiin.
1 Agents for North British and Mor-
.ntllo Insuninco Co. for Mainland. H.
itKBTON & Co., M Plnsbury circus, Lon-
)ii,E. C dte
1AJ0B I PEIHSON
S Ileal  Estate Brokers and
Financial Agents*
IllENTa POR
U'-mft-ileriitloii Life  Association of
rr      Toronto,
li'iynl and  LnncimUIr*- Ptrellliur*-
iiii- e Ct'in-niiilti*.
Sr-A-Valnalfle Lots for sale lu tho City
t -nl Dlstrlel of Westminster; and choice
lots In tho City of Vancouver.
iPorsons wishing to buy or Bell city or
T-ml property should coin mun I cate with
Bodices: Bank of B.C. imlldluK, opposite
T.-.stotllee.We.-'lmluNtor.'tVhiJIIaslutKsSI.,
nu eon ver. dwapifllo
RAND BROS.
Hi SI a 1- ESTATE IIROKKRS,
Ctinvcyit'it-rrri. Collector,*,
And Ituurnnce Agenta,
IliCKrS at
NEW WESTMINSTER:  Corner
MoKowslo and Olarkson Sts.
VAN X>UVBK, Cordova stroel.
LONDON ,EngMVid,
■BUILDING LOTS for salo lu all sections
t Vancouver and New Wostmlnster Oity,
■FARM LANDS of superior quality for
file at Chilllwhack, Port Hammond,
Btugloy, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay,Lad-
Hir'H Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
ful Piti River.
■Maps and Finns oxhlbltod and tho full-
fit Information furnished at all ouro'Iiccs,
GRANT & MACLURE.
Boots & Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Gheviotts.
-X.    SS.   MA CTS OCT'S
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street, • New Westminster.
Globe House!
TtJST     E*EiC*E3Z"v,-*E!3D,
The Latest Novelties in Ladies'
Straw Hats and Bonnets,
Silk Dolmans
and Mantles.
IMM.
• MxrmMm wn_m_.MSm
W. BOVILL,
leal Estate Anent
AND CONVEYANCER.
|BW WESTMINSTKR:-Onico, Mackenzie Street
lANCOUVER:— Ofllco, Abbott Street,
near Cordova Street.
I Full List of City aud Suburban Pro-
forty.
I •'artlcnlur attention paid   to Punning
lands,
i Accurate  Information  to corresp-md-
fnts. dwmyOyl
ALBERT J. HILL & CO. '
E*lvU Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
real estate,
Financial, shippinb a commission agents
lire. Life A Marine I ami run re.
Columbia. Rt., • Opp. Coloniai- Hoteij
NEW WESTMIN8TP.il, B. 0.
tlVH PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
_JT toni lon to all professional ordors and
.Mender their services Io re-dd-Jlits and non-
I'eMldontsliiivlnKCIiyorCnunlry I'ropoity
ILo dispose of or desiring prnlltnble Invest-
"mont.
_  Our lists of eligible properties aro com-
firebenslve ami constantly receivinguildl-
lous,andour favorablo eastern connv**-
lllnus bulb lu Canada and the Atlantic
■States nivo us unusual facilities for busl-
loess.
E Special attention will ho paid to the
■purchase and inspootlon of Lumber for
f Rhipnioiutoffireigii ports. Tonnageolinr-
ltere.1 and n*-ner.il shipping business trans-
faclod, dwaplyl
1 Macpherson & Thomson
of onlarlo nnd Unrqnetto, Mlolilgnn,
hnvo oiionod n
IH THE HOLBROOK BLOOK,
[ Columbia Street, 9 doors Enst
of Telegraph Olllcc.
Tlioy liavo n oamploto nssorlmon* of
ev.ythltiK UHuntly fmiml Inn llrst-ctnss
Drug Storo, oomprlslnu Intro mul fresh
DRUGS, OHEMI0AL8,
PATENT MEDICINES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
! ENGLISH, FRENCH AND
' AMERICAN PERFUME8.
PhyBlolnns'prcH"l'ly»tlons carefully oom-
'. pomulad dny nnd night. fc'.Tdlm
[W. BREDEMEYER, DR, PH.
(Lido Pnrtnor of John MoVlokor)
' MINING ENGINEER, U.S. ft PROVINCIAL SURVEYOR, A A8SAYER.
Mason to Tkmplb Block, VANCouvmi,
li r: I. Col.
■j.-rltelliiiiln ronnrls, nndoi'i'round r-ur-
voysaud maps of mines oxocuted ntlov*
rates. Assays made ><n nil kinds of min*
orals, gold and silver bars. Thirty years'
experience In mining In Asia, Europe
nnd United Hlates of America. Hpeaks
ten language-*. Assnys from a distanco
promptly attended lo. Address Vancouver, B. C. ddellte
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
gt___m________w__—_____m
Insurance and Financial
A-Gr-EilSiT'S?^.
OFFICBB .
NEW WESTMINSTER, °£rmncekrenczl^son
VANCOUVER,  C0RANBEBROTCTORT°REETA8ND
—AND-
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE 8TREET.
LONDON,   ENG. .07 CANNON ST.
Farming Lands**1 Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia ami Front Sts.,
in central portion of the city; several
buildings brluR good rent -$22-000.00.
Lot 4, Blook 7, near Lytton Square,
60x132 foot, fronting on Columbia and
Front 818.-30,000.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., 33x00 feet—
34,000.00,
Also—Lot and Building with stoek of
Ooods. ono of the best business stands
in the oity.
Improved Residential Property
Lot 15, Block 13; two houses rented at
paying figures—$4,500.00.
Houso and Lot on Lome St., noar Columbia—81250.00.
Lots 4, 5 ft 0, Block 10; good houso,
garden, fto.; choice residenco property
-35,250.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St. j fenced and
cleared -§1500.00.
Houso and Lot ou Columbia St.; ono of
the finest residences in the eity—$7,-
000.00.
House and Lot on Royal Avenm*, nenr
Douglas St.—82,000.00,
Houso and 3 Lots, corner lloyal Avonuo
and St. Patrick's St.* no bettor resi-
doitco site in tho city-310,000,00,
l aero, with 7 houses, near the Park—
80,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Block 28; corner lot on Agnes St.;
fino residence uitu-$1200.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avenuo--3500.00 oach.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Halifax Sts., noar Clinton St.; fino views
and woll situated --$,150.00, 8375.00,
3500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton-
LotO, Sub-Blook 10; tine residenco lots-
3250.00.
Lots on Fclham St., noar Mary—$000.00
each,
Lot on Folham St., noar St. Andrew's;
fino site-$500.00.
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne—
$350.00.
Lot in St. Andrew's Squaro-§300.00.
Lots in Block fronting on North Arn
road; finest chanco lu the market fo:
residenco or spoliation—$125.00 ti
$175.00.
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Bloa
12—$00.00 to $125.00.
Lot-' in Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloc
13-3100.00 each.
Lots in Westminstor Addition at $15.00
to $60.00.
This powder never varies, A marvel of
purity,Klrens-th and wUolosomoneBS. More
economical tnnn the ordinary kinda, and
cannot he Hold In comiieillon with tlie
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powdors. f*old only In cans.
Royat.Baking Powdeii Co., 106 Wall St.,
Now York. 3fely
HOUSE TO RENT
N HT. PATRICK'S KOIMKE; 6 rooms.
CVN HT.
) S7n
ttjolto
 .-.3SOU
nor month.   Apply to
.1. B. SUI.LEY.
TO RENT.
A LARGE  D.MIN TO RENT, with a
Hood well of water.   Apply to
To Xj"©t.
OFFICES   IN   THE   ARMSTRONG
Block.    Applyto
W. J, ARMSTRONG.
djclOlc Sheriff.
TO RENT.
A PLEASANT ROOM FOR TWO GEN-
tlcmon, with   or without  Hoard, in
private family,   Apply nl third house up
the hill, left band sbleof Douahis street,
 dJelOto
Timber Lands for Sale.
THE DISCOVERER'S INTEREST IN
about8,000 acres of flitt-olass Timber
Lands, principally Fir.
WOODS, TURNER ft GAMBLE.
New West., B, C, Juno 11,1889.   dJelSml
TO LEASE.
mHE UNION HOTEL, opposite Masonic
X   and Oddfellows' Bloek.
For particulars, apply at tbo
MAINLAND RESTAURANT,
djcltnl Now Wostminjtter.   -
First-class Prairie Farm
FOR SALE.
SUPERBLY H1TUATED ON LULU ISLAND. Nortb Arm, Fraser River; eon-
talnlugiit'O acres of tlie (lntst fnrm In-/- land
In the country; all dyked, well improved,
good buildings, good orchard (bearing).
For furthor Information enquire of
MAJOR A PEARSON,
dmy20lc New Westminster,
Plants for Sale!
O 3=3C 3EJ &. _%?>
at tiu:
GreenliousBs, Douglas StreBt
In Great Vamhty, Ikci.tjoiko,
GERANIUMS, Double aud Single; FU-
CHIAS, all new vnrlettes; HOSES,
Doublo I'ETUNIA-*. MOON-FLOWfiRSJ
a fine collection of DAHLIAS (named
viirli'ileaV ANNUALS, 2. els. per doz,
Mixed HKDViINd PLANTS.H50per do**!.
I offer 10 Plitnt!i for SI, Including I Storm
King Fuchla, Bouquet**, Wreaths and
OroSHOS made In order. Fiull, Vegetables
and Flowers in Store, ne:;t Cl'y Hotel, Columbia Bt, Orders bymuil promptly attended lo     LdwaptyiJ     l\ h.aiiiah.
TJ,
Chemists & Druggists,
Queen's Hotel Blook    -    N-wWestmikstes
A CHOICE LINE OF
Brushes,     Perfumes,
Combs,      SachetPowd'rs
TOILGT   ARTICLGH.
Prescriptions and Family Recipes carefully dispensed from pure Drugs.
Nlftlii lit ll attemlaiice. dnpltc
Loiitas, Harris
so co.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
ents
Purchase Sell and lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Wake loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating to
Heal 1'st ate,
— AGENTS FOR*—
London Assurance Corpornilon.
(lonnrctlrttt Klro Insiiruncc Co, of
Hartford.
Lou tlon and Lancashire Life Assur-
aiice Co,
Canton Insurance Oflice, Ld, (Marine)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New WcstV,
4i Government St., Victoria
dwseliyl
SOIBNTIPIO MISCELLANY.
A hitherto unknown treatise on
electricity, by Galvani, has been discovered in the Commercial Library
of Bologna.
By mixing chloride of zinc with
the* pulp, European manufactories
are producing paper ns tough ns
wood or leather.
M, Oherviii shows tlmt 8 per cent
of marriages in France are sterile,
25 per cent yield ono child- and 100
families average only 259  children,
Mucous incmbruno from the
mouth hus been transplanted successfully to the oyc-lid, the entire
graft living and giving perfect results,
Mr. W. II. Dine3. F.U.M.S., finds
tlmt a pressure of one pound per
square foot is caused by a wind of a
little moro than seventeen miles an
honr.
Dr. J. A, Oones records tho case
of a man who was observed to be
sweating sixteen hours after death,
continuing to perspire freely for at
least eight hours.
The exact function of potash in
plant growth is yet to be discovered,
A German chemist, E. Lupke, has
proven that plants may develop
when no potash is present, but their
condition falls below the normal.
A French manufacturing firm has
patented an alloy of steel with two
to four per cent of copper. It is
more elastic and malleable than
simple steel, und capable of far
greater resistance. It is intendod
for cannon, armor-plates, rifie-bar-
reis, and projectiles,
Prof. Renzi, of Naples, reports that
numorous physicians have successfully treated tetanus by reBt. The
ears of the patient are closed with
wax, und he is placed in a perfectly
dark room far from any noise,
Liquid food is given, so that mastication is not necessary.
Soapstonh Paint.—Attention lias
been called to the little appreciated
value of soapstone as a protective
af-ainst tho disintegrating influence
of the atmosphere. It lias long
been used in China to keep sandstone and similar materals from deterioration, arid perishablo obelisks
have beon preserved in that country
for many centuries by a paint- made
from powdered soapstone, Tho sub
stance is said to be especially adapted as a paint to prevent the corrosion of iron and steel.
Potatoes in Surgery.—The eating of large quantities of potatoes
has been tried as a means of relief
from foreign bodies that have been
accidentally swallowed. The whole
intestinal canal ia thus dilated proportionately, and the foreign body
is carried through. Prof. Billroth
and Dr, Salzcr affirm that many
surgical operations might be avoided in this way, sucli articles as a
twenty-gramme weight, a sot of artificial teoth and a needle having been
successfully removed.
Intermittent Sensk-Opkration.
—The tick of a watch withdrawn
gruduully from the oar begins to bo
heard, by turns, distinctly and indistinctly, then times of silence alternate with the sound. M. Couteux
records un analogous experience in
tho case of vision. He could not de
tannine whether a distant windmill,
with four vanes, was slowly moving;
for. of the three vanes projected
against tlie sky, he saw now one,
now another, tne intermittent failure
of vision preventing him from observing two successive positions.
Silk Prom Cotton.—Tho new
artificial silk of M. Ohardonnet is
likely to prove a textile fabric of
value if its present inflammability
ean bo overcome. The material is
prepared by treating cotton with a
mixture of nitric and sulphuric
acids, as for the making of nun cotton, then dissolving in a mixturo of
alcohol and ether, to which is added
some pertunnic acid. The solution
is run through a small tube or tine
holes into water slightly uoidu'uted
witli nitric acid. The fine fluid
nlamont immediately solidifies forming a thread very closely resembling
silk, and equally strong nnd elastic.
Any desired coloring-matter may bo
added to tho solution.
Photographs of Animal Motions.—Since 1S78 Mr/Endwenrd
Muybridgo has been engaged in
photographing animals in motion;
his later researches being aided by
a grant of 330,000 from tho University of Pennsylvania. His perfected apparatus consists of three batteries of twelve or moro cameras
each, so arranged that au oleotric
current opens the cameras successively, with intervals of about one-
thirtieth of a second, giving exposures of one-live thousandths of a
second, The pictures are now photo-
engraved; and n set of no less than
781 plates have been made—each
containing a serios of from twelve to
thirty pictures representing successive instantaneous phases of movement. About 500 of the plates represent mon, women and children, nude
and semi-nude, in successive phases
of walking, running, jumping, dancing, bathing, fencing, wrestling,
boxing, and other exorcises. The
rest of the plates give similar studies
of tho various gaits of horses, assos,
mules, oxen, deer, elephants, camelB,
raccoons, apes, sloths, and other
quadrupeds, as woll as of tho flight
of birds. Many of tho photographs
were lately exhibited in london,
exciting much interest.
FIGHTING EDITORS.
Two Southern Editors Call Each
Other Names and One of
Them Gets Killed.
The Coal Dealers of San Francisco
Form a Combine to Fleece
the Poor Public.
The Johnstown Doctors Estimate
the Number of Victims of
the Flood at 10,000.
EDITORS MURDER-"ACU OTHER.
New Orleans, La., .June 22.—O.
Facquct and A. T. Nnquin, editors of
the Comer; uud .Sentinel, rival newspapers in Thibndotmx, had a shootiug
affray to*day in front of St. Joseph's
collefie, Thibodenux. Nnquin was
shot in tho body, dying from the
wound in Iobs than un hour, while
Facquct was wounded in thu head, but
not dangerously. Tho difficulty arose
from a newspaper controversy. Sentinel accused Facquct of getting drunk
nt a picnic. Fucquot demanded an
apology, which waa refused, aud tho
editors mot with the result stated.
WHEAT.
Liverpool, Juno 22.—Wheat firmer
Cal., Cs. 7d.
San Francisco, June 22.—-Wheat
quiot, buyer 89, 133g; seller 89, 126£,
New York, June 22.--Wheat (inn,
June 84£, July 84£, August 83i.
COLORED MEN ADMITTED.
Baltimore, J une 22.—The first atop
taken by tho Catholic church of this
country towards elevating the colort-d
mon to priesthood for missionary work
among their own race was the admission today of Ohi-rler* Rand»lpii
Uncle's to the lower ecclesiastical
orders, preparatory tn entering tho
priesthood.
tumbled down.
Boston, June 22. A threo-story
wooden tenement bmldiuc, on tho corner of West and 7th streets, fell in
this forenoon. An old woman was
killed i.'iiirii'lit aud it iB reported several persona are in tho ruins. The
firemen and police aro nt work on the
ruins.
coal dealers' association.
San Francisco, June 22.—Tho
coal dealers association of California
haa just been organized here. Its object is to afford better protection to
tho dealer and consumer and to remove
all temi'tntiutiB to resort to improper
methods to make profit. Tho association prico for coal will bo §2 advance
un the ton, tho scale fixing the retail
price of coal at §11. Each member
signs uu agreement not to mnko the
margin loss than $2 n ton, aud no
caul will be sold to dealers uot signing
the agreement.
{ SHIPPING,
San Francisco, Juno 22.—Arrived,
Bark Jas. Chcston, Purt Gamble;
sailed, ship Oriental, Tacoma.
FROM TAHITI.
San Francisco, Juno 22.—Tho hark-
entiue Tmpic Bird arrived from Tahiti
this morning,   J. L. Doty, U. S. consul there, waa among her passengers.
goino HOME.
San Francisco, Juno 22.—The
Fronch man-of-war Duquosne arrived
this morning and will leave in a fow
days for Franco.
judge field's opinion.
San Francisco, June 22.—United
States Justice Field, wh-'ii asked this
morning by a postal press reportur
wh-it ho thought of the reference
mado by tho daily papers here as to
the feeling <>f ox-Jud-jC Terry toward
him, roplied that at no time nines thu
disturbance in the circuit court last
summer lias his courso boon affected
by it, and will not be in the future.
Hu will hold court as usual on tho
coast without fear of personal violence.
NEW   MINISTERS.
Washington, June 22.—The pro-
sidont has appointed John L. Stevens,
of Maino minister resident to thn
Hawaiian islands; Geurgo Maney, of
TennesHOe, minister resident to Paraguay; John Martin Crawford, of Ohio,
consul general to St. Petersburg. John
L. Stevens ia ouo of tho most prominent of Maine republicans, and hus
held important positions under the
United States, in state of Maine During Grant's uduiiuisttntion he wns
minister to Paraguay nnd Uruyuay,
and under President Hayes he waa
transferred and appointed minister to
Sweden and Norway. Ho haa served
in tho Maine legislature and hold local
offlcea.
General Maney was appointed minister tn tho RepuKc of Columbia by
President Garfifld. Ho has been
prominent in republic circle;- in Ten*
Dense, and was olnimian of tbo Tones*
bco delegation at tlie laat Chicago convention. Prof. Crawford's appointment is moro a recognition of scholarship than reward for patty -services.
Ho is an author of some note, and has
just published a translation of tho
Epic uf Finland,
GOT PENITENTIARY.
PiTrsnuitG, Pa., Juno 22.—Ex-
Cashier Voight of the wrecked Farmer and Merchants South Sido Bank,
this morning wns sentenced to six
years in penitentiary. Friday Inst
Voight on tared a plea of I'twHc cofendo"
ou the ohargo of einbe-ttlmj' $150,000
of tho bank funds.
TEN THOUSAND DEAD.
Johnstown, Juno 22.—The Red
Crusts hospital reports two cases of
blood poisoning and two of typhoid
fever. At tho meeting of local physicians, at which they compared notes
aB to thu number of livoa lost in the
flood, all agreed tho doad numbered
at least 10,000; this judgemont iB accepted with confidence
i   VESSEL WRKCKED,
Brisdanr, tjucensliuid, Juno 22.—
Tho Auiuric.ui bark Brno, Capt. Ed-
gett- from Now Castlo, N. S. W. for
Hong Kong, wns wreokod 900 milos
from Sandy Capo. A number of tho
crow woro saved; the remainder are
missing. ,
an important witness.
Chicago,' Juno 22. — An important witness was to-day found
in the Cronin oaae. George C,
Brooks, a news agent, says on the
night of May 4th ho was drifing on
Lakeview with his sweetheart, She
saw three mon loading a trunk into a
.-.,„,      t.   r-    rv*. l   t n   .   •     w°R°n nt tllfl °«l«>n cottage and an
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla half hour later ho saw the same men
dumping the contents of tho trunk into tho catch basin. He saw the men
distinctly and will be abla to identify
them. His silence he says, has been
cauaed by foar of violence from tho
conspirators.
ANOTHER $5000 FOR SEATTLE.
SANFRANCtsco,June22.-Thefollow-
in-*telegram wan receivedthis morning
by Judge J. It. Lewis, of the Seattlo relief fund committee. Have sont you
another $5000 to-day. (Signed) Louis
Sloas." Thia makes altogether $20,-
000 which have been sent to the relief of Seattle.
TO RE PROSECUTED.
Johnstown, Pa , June 22.—A numbor of sufferers by the flood hnve combined to retain counsel to bring an
action againat tho South Fork Fishing
Club, tho owners of the fatal dam.
MllS. EX-PRESIDENT HAYES DYING.
Fremont, Ohio, June 22.—The condition of Mrs. ex-president Hayes
shows no aign of improvement to-day,
and no hopo ia entertained of her
recovery.
FIRE AT   VANCOUVER W. T.,
PoiiTLANif,'Or.- Juno 22.—Firo nt
Vancouver, Washington Ty., completely destroyed twenty Sno buildings
early this morning. Totul less is
about sovonty-five thousand dollars,
small insurance. Tho Are waa (he
work of nn incendiary. Fire now under control.
SPOKANE SUSTAINS HIS   REPUTATION.
Chicago, III., Juno 12,—Spokane,
winner of tho Kentucky Derby, won
the American Derby here tu-day
CARDINAL TASCHEUEAU'S NIECE ELOPES.
Ottawa, June 22.—Cardinal Tasch-
ereau'a niece, Miss Josophine Taach-
ereau, daughter of tho supreme court
judge, has eloped with nnd married a
young British civil engineer. The
marriage occutred at tho F.pisc"pal
church at Garinnoqno. Tho yonng
man  refused to becomo a Catholic.
FATAL FIRE.
Boston, Juno 21.—A disastrous fire,
Hccotnpu'nied by loss of lifo, occurred
this evoning in tho fireworkfl establishment of Heyor Bnis., corner of Sum-
ner and Hanley streets. Somo 20 or
30 einployeea wore at work on the
upper floor, aud tho Hames spread so
rapidly thut sumo of them could not
make their escape 0. A. Gage
dropped from the thud storey window
uud briiko Iub neck Chas. Callahan
nud Thos. Paine jumped from the
fourth floor. Paine was itiBtantly
killed and Callahan's injuries are
thought to be fatal. W. Brenenatuhl
fell down tho stairway and will probably die. Sam Cord, chief packer
for tlm firm, was also killed. An unidentified body of a boy has boen taken
from tho building,
THE CRONIN CASE.
Chicago, Juno 21.---Another loss of
$18,000 sustained by Alexander Sullivan through his speculations, was discovered by tho Grand Jury vesterday.
It was ascertained that Martin Burke
secreted himself at Juliette from May
9th to 18th, and whilo there he received a sum of money from Chicago,
whereupon he at once disappeared
without saying where ho was going.
These facta about Sullivan and Burko
were the moat valuable and startling
as they were about the only new ones
resulting from tho investigation yesterday. Alexander Sullivan speculated
at ono time through the firm of Rosen-
field & Co. Somo of his plunges wore
known to havo been remarkably lucky
and ho made money in large sums.
His losses were smaller than his gain**,
bui there were more of thom The
aggregate of hia winnings and thut of
his losses were carefully calculated and
it was discovered that although he
made unusually lucky strikes he really
lost 318,000 while operating through
this firm.
Further investigation of the Cronin
murder has boon postponed by tho
Grand Jury as tho result of the nc*
cumulation of ordinary jnil cases,
which require immediate attention.
The caso will be taken up again next
week. A number of minor witnesses
were examined to-day, including Robt.
Bruce, tho private detectivo, who saya
ho was offered a large sum of monoy to
slug Dr. Cronin. Edward Spollmun,
of Pcoriu, president of the Whiskey
Trust and district oflicer nf the Clan-
Na-Gacl, testified concerning tho disposition of funds and that fears were
entertained by Oronin that his lifo was
iu danger at the hands of Alexander
Sullivan or his cohorts.
COLLIERY ACCIDENT.
An Australian Coal Mine Caves In
and 70 Men are Entombed
with Small Hope.
Tlie Charges against the British
Consul ut Apia aro being
Investigated.
The Duke of Cambridge will Appear before tho Beak for
Bad Conduct.
VICTORIA NEWS.
A Survey Parly for the West Coast.--**
gcircon-lenine-l llrntlii-ii Bccoiuh hts
otvu Ex-'ciitloticr.-!tIns'inlc Hnllrm,»
A Ulvorce (i-nt-.-.llHM-lmll.
Special to the Cot-umman.
Victoria, June 22.—Tho atr. Maude
sailed for tlio west coast thia morning.
On board wore a party of surveyors
who go to survey 30,000 acres of coal
lands.
A Chinaman suicided by hanging
this morning. He was employed ns a
cook at the victoria gardens, on the
Victoria Arm. Debponduncy was the
cause. Hu is BuppoBed to havo been
ono of the murderers of the Chinese
girl who was murdered on Fisgard st.,
n short timo ago. Tho principal was
captured and sentenced to be hanged,
but cheated the gallows by anticipating hia fate. If this one proves to be
ouo of the accomphcea, tho world w ill
ba woll rid of him.
A delegating of Nanaimo Masons arrived tn-day. Tho grand lodgo met
this afternoon and will banquet tonight.
It iB rumored a divorce case will
bo mado public in this city.
The compositors of the Colonist office play a game of baseball with the
printers of tho job department of tho
Biimo offico this afternoon at Beacon
Hill. "0" battery bund will enliven
things at tlio hill by choice selections of
music.
The day is cool and threatening rain-
Thursday night at Chatham, Ont.,
a young man named Frank Boar,
twenty-three years uf ago, was silting
with a young lady on the stops of tho
exhibition grounds. Two young mon
passed, and made somo ononaivo remarks. Bear spoke sharply to them,
when ono man, Auguat Park, stabbed
Boat to tho heart, killing him nt onco.
Park gavo himself up.
A MINE CAVES   IK.
Sydney, N. S. W., June 22.—By
tho cavo in of a mine at New Castlo,
0 miners are entombed. Every effort ib beiug made to rescue them, but
it is doubtful if their lives can be
saved,
KG COMPROMISE YET,
London, Juno 22,—The statement
that a compromise has beon arranged
between Lord Durham and Sir George
Chotwynd in tho matter of tho turf
senndnl involving those gentlemen is
denied by tho friends of both  parties.
THE TORONTO LOAN,
London, June 22.—The negotiations
for the Toronto loan are now completo.
To-morrow tho Bank of Montreal will
invite tenders at a minimum price of
90 percent, for£686,500alerting, forty
year bunds, bearing 3| per cent, interest. The prospL-ciua will include ft
veiy terse and clear statement signed
by Mayor Clarke aud the city treasurer,
setting forth tho population and wealth .
of tlio city. Tho tenders will be opened
next Thursday. At present the outlook in tho money market is favorable
for the issue, which ia almost certain
to he a success, The security offered
is admitted in the city to be excellent.
The prospectus will call special attention to the fact that the revenues of
the city, irrespective of taxation, are
mure than enough to pay the interest
ou tho entire funded debt. The minimum price fixed ia fair in proportion to
current quotations for Toronto fours
and Montreal threes.
INVESTIGATING  CHARGES.
London, Juno 22.—Advices from
Auckland state thnt Lieut. Thurston
is making an investigation at Apia
into the charges mudo by Germany
against the British consul ut Apia that
he assisted Mataafa.
LOTS OF MEN NOW.
Liverpool, June 22.—-Ship
owners
here are now having littlo or no difficulty in obtaining full crews at the
old rates. A fireman on the s.s,. Umbria cut his throat on the ship's deck
this morning and jumped into the river
to avoid being seized by his shipmates.
THE CZAR REFUSES.
Berlin, June 21,- -The czar of
Russia refuses to permit young Prince
Philip of Hohcnloho to'accept his portion of tbe estate of his deceased uncle.
Prince Witigeustcin. This decision of
the czar causes irritation in Berlin, for
although Prince Philip has become a
Ruaaian by naturalization, he is son of
Prince Hohcnloho, German governor
of Alsace and Lorraine, and the czar's
action is felt to be a blow aimed ut Germany and Germans, more especially as
tho claim of the youug prince was vigorously supported by Bismarck,
ASCOT   RACES.
London, June 21.—The race for the
Ascot Heath weight plate of 300 eov-
eroigiiB, with 50 sovereigns to the seoond horse added to tho handicap, and
sweepstakes of 15 sovereigns each for
throe-year olds and upward, nt Ascot
Heath to-day, was won by Felix; Sur-
biton wna second, Mercy third. Tha
distance waa a mile and a quarter. Tho
race fur the Workingham stakes handicap, throo quarters of a mile, was won
by G. Cleveland's Bret Harte; Duke
of Portland's Johnny Morgan second;
and W. J. Legg'a Veracity third. The
race for the Hnrdwicko stakes of 2,000
sovereigns, one mile and a half, wob
won by Mr. Rose's Gulliver; J. Gret-
ton's Mignet Becond; and Douglas
Baird's Enthusiast third. The race
for the Alexander plate of 1,000 sovereigns was won by Warren Do Larue's
Thayles; G. N. Astluy's Netheravon
second; and J. II. Huuldsworth's Ar-
rundule third.
CAMBRIDGE BEFORE TUB BEAK
London, Juno 21.—It is now likely
that the Duke of Cambridge, commander-in-chief nf the British array
and first cousin to Queen Victoria, will
have to answer in a police court for
his assault on reporter Simms on tho
occasion of Uio firemen's parade recently. Simms and hia friend aftor vainly
appealing for a warrant against the
duke, first to one magistrate and
another, brought their case to the
higher courts. Lord Coleridge, chief
justice of England, to-day gavo his decision remanding the caso to a magistrate for adjudication. In his decision the lord chief justice sayB that it
is of tho highest importance that the
public should at all times rest satisfied
that all subjects aro equal before the
law. To preserve this confidence the
law must bo no respecter of persons.
In Qw»t or cool.
The boring apparatus whioh tho Canadian Pacific Railway Company intends to uso here for the purposo of
endeavoring to locate coal has irrived
by freight train, and will bo put into
operation just as soon as timo and the
nature of the work will permit. It is
understood that the company will sink
the initial shaft en their property south
of Falso Crook, in tho vicinity of the
bridges. If not successful there, a
aouth-westerly direction will bo taken.
It may bo somo time before the results
of theae efforts in search of coal lead to
anything, but those results will be looked forward to with much interest. It
is understood that several sections in
the district of .New West-muster will
also he tested with the view of ascertaining whether or not the black diamonds are to bo found there in sufficient quantities to pay.—WorM.
. .-       -,-->, -i-     -.—
Heavy rains Thursday night and
yestorday caused the greatest freshet
ever seen in Folly and Great Village.
Nova Scotia, Three bridges were
carried away at Arcadia,
Officer Cumins, of Chicago, arrived
at Winnipeg Thursday and identified
Martin Burko as the man wanted in
thu Cronin case. The necessary documents were immediately sworn out
charging him with wilful murder. Extradition papers will be taken out,
--■^iliiiiitfe^L-^
**"!rt DAILY BBKHSH COLUMBIAN. NEW \VW<mWWm, ll. a, JUNE ii, 1889.
VOLUME Vl.—NO, H7.
THE
DAILY   COLUMBIAN
PUBMHHBD
Every AfieriH-on except Simdar,
BY THE
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At their Steam   Printing Katabllsh-
ment, Columbia Street.
BY   MAIL:
Por 12 moQth-* 85 \*?
For 8 moutbfl 5 ,*-.'
For S months * *5>
DELIVERED IN THE CITY.
For 12 months 81" £-;
Fm- « mouths • -  *■ £
fer mouth •      }%
'paymenTiVi'RTl''^
ram) to be matte lu advance.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
I-uii-e't every VFc-lneMlii}' illornlug.
Iiellvered in the Cily, per year. ..,$3.00
Mnilril, peryear 2.00
Malted, 6 mouths 1.25
.Qrtihj British -&oltnnta.
Salm-day Even'Mi. June '•
In auother column will bo found
the advertisement of lho Dominion
Day celebration which  takes placo
on Monday nnd Tuosduy, tho  1st
and 2nd of July.   The programme,
it well bo Been, is an elaborate und
varied one, contaningoontosts, sports,
races, games, a grand parade, a grand
ball, nud ending, most appropriately,
as all things mundane must, with
tho inevitable fireworks.   A rare lot
of fun, however, is sandwiched in,
according   to  tho programmo, between early morn en Mouthy unci
the pyrotechnics on Tuesday night,
and tho five-balls them selves will bo
worth looking at, from a samo distance.     This   part   of   the   performance will  be in   the harbor,
and her  majesty's war ships, under the command of Admiral Hen-
age. **vi'l assis:.    It is promised to
be  the '-srsuidesv   feature of the
Ki-rl--*:ic::, ......  tho  most brilliant
.";■-.-Uy ersr witnessed on this const.''
QnLp exctirsHNas have been arrang-
■i'i ::_■ ;'r:r .:". ; :■:;:;•*. near and com
panttTety ranote, and a. largo and
cc:h*^i;ii,.:.: s=*cmb!iige, representa-
■■>■■:■ ■yo,.*.-.o .:.. Lut o.!'
•,*•" r.-;Uhb*»ri!ijj states nnd sister
pwricces, will undoubtedly assist
ocr Vancouver friends to "whoop it
up" in proper style on the 92nd anniversary of the birth of tho great
Dominion, cf whose marvellous
progress and increasing homogeneity
every loyal Canadian must be proud.
We bespeak a good hearty loyal contingent from tho royal city to help
their salt water neighbors to celebrate with every possible eclat and
imaginable success tho national holiday of tbe "Greater Britain."
There is a great ileal of the "pig
in  the   poke" business  about the
practical workings of those specious
deadfalls, matrimonial agencies, ns
exemplified   among our  ingenious
and enterprising American cousins,
and the unfortunate "better half of
creation" generally gets   left every
timo.    Tho  story of   Mrs, Emily
Gruion's  experience  in Uio matrimonial agency line, through wliich
she sought  a  husband, should be
sufficient,   saya    llio    Now   York
Graphic, to deter uny woman from
following   that   course in seeking a
similar alliance.   The matrimonial
agent  professes to examine closely
into  the tiharifoter, social standing
und financial ability o£  all persons
■•booked" with him, whether male or
female,    Mrs. Guion's case, which is
not different from that of n number
of others that have como into court,
appears to bear evidence to the fact
that 11 precious lot  of  scamps aro
"booked," who simply pay the necessary fees und avo then prepared to
make 11 confidence game raid on any
woman with iv little money who is
foolish enougli to think that sho can
secure an honest husband through
an agency.  It ia not wholly certain,
but it is probable, that around some
of   theso agencies there aro regular
gangs of confidence men, who "siund
in" with the munager to work their
schemes on half-witted women who
have  a  littie money.    Mrs. Guion
paid fifty dollars for an introduction
to a -Montana horse-thief, who borrowed   83,000   of  her and fled to
parts   unknown.     She   sued   the
agency nnd thus became acquainted
with u lawyer named Muutlny, who
seems to hnve been not merely Monday but all  the days of the week.
Meanwhile she got another "introduction" tu it mun named Keating,
who   had   a fortune of £200,000
awaiting   hiin in Ireland, to secure
whicli   he   needed u few dollars to
take him abroad,   Munday examined Keating'**, claims, recommended
the widow to givo Keating money
to go after his fortune, hub advised
that he himself be sent along to see
that oveything was nil right.   The
trusting widow of forty gavo Munday a check   for 82,000 on a trust
company,  but of wliich hn wus to
take  §500 for the expenses of tho
trip.   .She got 5150 of tho amount
baok by persistent endeavor.    This
is the story on which she sued Munday.    As a settlement was effected
the truth of the matter is not. likely
to nppenr in print.   But enough is
known and shown lo prove ;i warning to all women to keep away from
matrimonial agencies.    They are a
good  medium for eonlidence men to
operate through, but thoy uro in no
wise    rcspectnblo   or    decent   or
straight.
Van   Horne had found every man
he met with in his Manitoba rambles to be resting in sweot satisfaction and contentment with the present nnd prospective railway situation   in tho prairio' province.    On
only ono point did Mr. Van Homo
find   any dissatisfaction, and   that
was of tho people with themselves
for   thoir   past action towards Mr.
Van   Homo   and   his   road.   Tho
brilliant and self-complacent president of the O.P.R. did not say that
ho was met by deputation after deputation of Manitoba fanners, clothed
in   sackcloth and  ashes becauso of
their sins against the O.P.R. and its
monopoly.    Tho president and general manager did insinuate, however,
that lio saw sorrow and shamed faces
among thoso ho met with, nnd doubtless, from the  tour cornered eyes he
behold, he felt certain that the great
majority of the peoplo of tho provinco had truly repented of tho course
they hud taken two years ago against
railway monopoly.   The Commercial
continues:   Tlio changoableness of
human sympathy is a theme upon
which   moralists, philosophers and
even politicians frequently dilate.   It
does not, however, come frequently
into   play  with   tho railway man.
Still Mr. Van Horne cannot liavo
been otherwise than deeply touched
when he noted tlie tearful penitence
nud sympathy wliich met him, as ho
suid   throughout the province, nnd
compared it with the feelings manifested by n southern Manitoba delegation, who waited on him somewhat
over two years ngo, urging his consideration   of   the interests of  the
people by extending the Deloratne
branch to thn provincial boundary,
and he with the courtesy peculiar to
himself, extended the gracious reply
of:   "The people be dnmn'd."   Ho
certainly had ample scope for studying the  ohangeablenesa of  human
sympathy, and had an equally good
opportunity to   study tho comparative effects of overbearing insolence
to   a   community, compared   with
courtesy, even when  circumstances
compel the unwilling display of tho
hitter.    It is to be hoped Mr. Van
Horne   has studied nnd profited in
both  respects.    When a people follow a decided course, which is dictated   by a   desire   for profit, once
their end is gained, thero is also an
end   to all strong feeling over the
mutter.    It   is   only   when   some
empty sentimental question is thus
forced that strong feeling continues
aftor  its settlement.   This is the
ease   with   Manitobam*, now   that
they have secured whut they have
so long struggled lor, and they have
ud desire to retain any hard feelings
against the O.P.R. Oompany.   Tbey
can even afford to overlook the insults and abuse received from the
president of   the company, and ex
tend   to him a courteous reception,
to whieh   his   conduct in the past
does not entitle him.    But Mr. Van
Horne after all has probably confounded his treatment of tho Manitoba people with their.treatment of
him     If he cannot seo it, outsiders '■
c:tn, that vvithotli.-ialH off the O.P.R..
from   himself  ddwi w rd, there is
now un extent of oqurtesy unknown
in tho   duys of   rail way monopoly.
Oompt-tition  no doubt compels thk
courtesy to some extent, even frotn
Mr. Van Home.    However   it, is
ungenerous   to   thus allow him- no
credit for u change for the better in
his manners, and wo will admit that
he is beginning to learn, (if it. is possible for one so stubborly egotistical
to   learn anything), that there is
some truth in tbe old saying of flies
being more easily caught with mo
lasses than vinegar.
NEW WESTMINSTER
state and Financi
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Conveyancers tt Notaries Public.
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Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms easy.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
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Notice of Sale by Sheriff.
PURSUANT TO EXECUTIONS AGAINST LANDS ACT, 1871.
Iii the Supreme Court of British Columbia ami in the County
Court of New Westminster.
F. G. VERNON, HERMANN WICKERS, POSTILL BROS., T. NEELANDS,
Plaintiffs.
"WILLIAM CALKINS, Defendant.
TS OnrcWENCE TO WRITS OK EXECUTION ISSUED OUT OF THE ABOVE
1 Courts nu tho 23i-.I itmi Ktli days nf Mnv, lhS!!, rcspi'clively,and lo me directed In
the iibure-nnmed suits, for fm* sum or $67fl.o0 and Interest bn the same at the rate of 6
'nircenlum per annum until paltl, be* Ides Rlie-nr--' fees, pnmiditKCandotlK'rc.'ip.'n-
r-ex ot 1 hi** f-xnr-ml'-n, I have sels-cii und will ofl"er for .111 le liy miction, at the COURT
HOUSE, Nov,- Wc-simlnslt-r, oil
Thursday the 27th Day of June Next,
At ISnVIoolt uoon.itll the right, tltlo and Interest nf Uio said William CallihiH.nu
de-Mirilu-d in this advert Is -lii'-ni, in- sullU'ient thereof to satisfy the Judgment debi and
GXpem-os In this net ton. mibjeet to a mortgage for51,600.00and Interest thereon utO
por centum per annum from ine Uth March, isas.
ew West m Luster
Norlh West % ot Section 23,
Township 28,
Concise description of property.
Prairie land partly ditched A under cultivation;
bulld'gathereonl
Estate or Iut'st
The .IndjiiiH-n!-. were registered In   the Land Registry Ofllee, on the 28th day
of I-Vb.ijaj-y nnd the 27th dny of March, 1889, respectively, against said lands.
-w. r. AWMawRoara-. sheriff,
djtftod Westminster 1 ounty.
Job printing ol all
at the Colombian offii
found as tow as at t
clu [.,-i'vitiup —Adv
kinds neatly duni
e.    Vrioaa will bi
uv  ether oilice ii
Children Cry . Pitcher's Castoria
BAPTIST CHURCH, AenOR HtWBfc
Eaat of Mary Htreet. 'Lord's Hit*
Services at 11 a irt. and V p.m. S;(-.e:a!i
Bohool iindillhle Class ut 2:80 p, m.   All
!,i<;.t.-s *«-■•<■■ str-iniri;!-!! cimllullj w*;k;r.r-i!-({.
—Hev. Thus. Huldvln, imslor.
w.
eTHMDlRT OAUHOU* Mary
Street, Rev. J. H. While, I'-isio;.
Scrvi-'i's at 11 a. m, nnd 7 v. ;n. f-wmlay
Hr'liiiiil and lllbli! ciii--,*- *>:*Wp. in. •-•niyer
Mei-tlni! on Thursd-iys ;.* '.:;fip.tf*. Heats
free; ■■ni-inii-ei-i- c-imlh:!;. invited.
QT. PAUL'S i'MVaLCII, Join, Siree-i,
l 1 0|i|«wlleOi-!i:-,-,'C' H'dl. Kev. 'i'lum.,-*,--
Haddon, Pastor. Services even
at. II n. ni. mul 7 p. m. Thuradnyi
ni 7:31.1 o'clock.   Seats free; all n
ally luviied. Bitaday fjahool at2:
Buutla;
Hill!**-
•DI-.ll-
The Winnipeg Commercial isn't
going to permit any wrong impro**--
siona to go abroad uncorrected ns to
tho exact attitude nud sentiment,
past,   present, und  futuro, of the
sturdy, honest Manitobans towards
the O.P.R. philanthropists—nnd it
is right.   A few days ngo, saya tlio
Commercial  of   the date of Juno
17th, the morning Free Press reported an .interview with Mr.W.C.Van
Horno, president of tho Oanadian
Pacific Bailway Oo., euid to  havo
taken place nt Winnipeg after the
magnate had boon driving through
southern   Manitoba  looking about
tho location of the proposed Souris
branch of the company.   From this
interview it would seem that Hr. J
\j TIUMfY   OHUROH;   Rector. Tbt*
Ven. Archdeacon Woods,    li.   .MAltY*?
CIliJROH: iiecloi'.The illsho;'
lo both chufoln-B every it't;'.
freo. Both churches open wl
vftte prayer.
Services
AH seals
lay tot prl-
IIJIUBBVTBHIAX
I.     ANURI-lW'Si,
ni[.'R(:i! (ST.
. .. , jornor Ciininrvfiii mid
Hhi'-j-ivuoilHIs. Rev. Thoi. Seonler, pan-
tor. Services at 11 a. in, mid 7 p. in,; Him-
il:iy*s,'iinii| mul llilile-elass n(. 2.!iH p. ill.;
I'l-Myei'-iiiiieMni-on 'fhiirsdny i-venhii'B ar
7.80.   Heats free; Htrangcis wcioODlO.
fotice of Sa8e by Sheriff.
PURSUANT TO KXLICUTIONS AGAINST LANDS ACT, 1871.
Iii Uto Comity Court of Sew Westminster, holden at New
Westminster.
L. P. ECKSTEIN, Plaintiff.
AV. fl, BROWN, Defbndast,
IN OBEDIBNOB TO \ WRIT OF Fl FA ISSUED OUT OF THE COUNTY COTJItT
of New Woatmlnstor, on the l-itlt November, 1888, mid to me directed inthe
above named Milt forthe sum nf fjl 17.73, debl and cosls, also Interest on the same nt
■i per centum per annum from tho Hth day of Ootufcer, 1883, until paid, besides Sheriff's
fees, poundage, and other expenses of thia execution, I have seized and will oiler for
sale by Aiictlou, ut lho Court House, New Wcstmluster,on
Thursday, the 27th day of June, next,
At 1!> o'clock, 1100:1, all tho right, tltlo anil Interest of the said W. H Brown, as described in this iHlvorllm-incnl,or mifllclcnt. thereof to satisfy the jiidKineutdehtand
expenses in this action, subject lo a mort.-age forSl..1.10,00 and Interest, on the samo at
I) net*centum peraiieuin from tho26th Soplombor, 1E83.
NewWestminster.
Lot 2R8, Group II, and South
hnlf I-ot270,GronjiII.
Concise description of l'roperly.|
Estate or JiH'st
AgrlcuHnr'I land
partly cleared,
Willi    l)Uil(llD*-G|
thereon.
Tlio Judgmont wat registered In the Lnnd Hegistry Olllcc, New Westminster,
Sgalnst said lauds on tbeOlh dayof October, 1S8K.
•W. 3*.  Ji.***fJ*MST*r**10*tTa-,  &-AoxH±£.
djoiotd Westminster County.
FXONSI3K
urm?
WANTED.
A SITUATION BY A YOUNG WOMAN
to do genera houaeworlc. Applyto
"M," Colonial Hotel, djem'l
Chance For Good Boys.
Wanted: several ni*r.iAiiui.-.
lionost boys to pick troll.  Appiynt
iljcl8vvl PELHA3I QAIIDEKH.
FLAG  MISSING.
from the Merelmuh;' Hot*! fordecor-
 'Opiirpr,iit!i on iho occasion of tho citizen's ball to Lieut.-Governor NoIroii In
Herring i- Opera House, over ti year ngo,
bus never been returned. The party in
precession of tliis flag will confer it lasting
favor hy delivering the* same without
'delay attheabove-nnmBit:hotel,   djelilwl
Notice to Builders
rnrcNUEHx will be received by
JL   the undersigned up to July 1st for Mm
erection of 11'nVi>HT0kHY Kl':sil>l':-'('l'
to lio built on Lulu Islnnd, for Mr. W.
C'lrscnllen.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
Plans nnd apflolflcatlons can be neeii nl
theollli-iMif       Cl.nW A MACLHUE,
iljeaotd Architect**.
S THERE HAS BEEN A MISUN*
derslaiHllng regarding tho premium
offered hy mo its special prize at the coming provlllolal exhibition, I ropent my
ofl'er: '-Twenty dollars to nny advcrlhed
breeder exhibit Ing niorepi-mi of poultry
raised by the owner than I oan,"
J. S. COX.
New West., June 20,1680. dJcMW
ESTABLISHED 1892.
Jas, Giinningham
COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, B. C,
1MPOBTISB OP
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
ROpe,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTDBEB OF
i^'^TINS SHEET-IRONWARE.
li CONTRACTS FOB
I Iron Cornice Work, Cas-lUtlng,
/      i'lumblntt, Rooflng, &C
N. ¥. S. E,., Annual Meeting
THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
of t.heSliiireiiril.ler.'iof llie New Westminstor Southern Hallway Company will
bo held nt their oillces, N'-w Westminster,
on Tuesday thov
o'clock l>. 1
djelltd
_vof July, lSRii, nt :i
T. J. TRAPP.
Secretary.
Kindergarten School.
MISS DRUMMOND WILL OPEN THE
above fo   children from ,1 years of
age, June 101b, 1&.U
Tbrms-JB per monlli.
Carnarvon Street,  directly Opposite tho
Pi-e-divterlnn   Church,   New Westminster, B.C. dje8iill
Licensing Board.
A MEETING! OF TIIE LICENSING
Bimrd for tlio cily of Now Westminster will lio hold ot tlio Cily Hull ntlo
o'clock a. ni. on
Thursday, Juno 37,1881),
for the purposo ot hearing nnd considering nppllcutlons for liquor licenses, of
which all persollB Interested will lake
notico. P. BOBHON,
Cleric of Hoard.
City Clerk's Office,
Juno 18,1880. djellltd
C. E. WOODS
UND SilBVEVOR. '
A. _. GAMBLE
Notarv Piiauo.
Woods, Turner & Sample
LAND 8URVEYOR8!
l| USUI ftUVV) i
AND CONVEYANCERS.
AOENTH  POR
PIBK.-The Western of Torouto.The iBlt*
nn, ThoCity of U)iidou,iuid The Hartford,
lin;,—Tho Now York Lifo Insurance Oo.
AOOJDBNT-The Travellers' of Hartford
Ii«nd Surveying In all Us branches accurately nndpromptly carried out.
Cily and Suburban l.aitd* for Sale.
Wo can show a complete Unt of desirable
localities.
Farming l.nndi- Improved and unim-
provei), throUKhout the district,
flllnlng and other Stock bought aud
sold.
Money to Loan on flrst mortgage at
low rates. 	
Telbi-hosk Oai-l No. 88.
P. O, DllAWEll W.
WOODS, TIIRNEK Ji OAHDLK,
Offioe, Eluro'8 blook,  -  Ooiumcia Strut
new wehtminhter,
dmhUto
•4%a
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Baoon,
Pure Oanadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
DesB &lsl»Tni^cS    S Blackie Sts.
daplOlc
BUGGIES!     BUGQ8ES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A  CAR*LOAI> OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring ilctaghlan
mm mj ma ma :m.Msm_
 j_x,_o	
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express
agons!
F3ST The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.^
dwapme     3=i.©idL «®s GiXTT'le.
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
Intending Buyers should make a, note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
THB fll'AOE UliLON-B TO
1*1. T. READ & CO
HARDWARE SIEl-CIIAKTB.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
KQaSJaBM? -____.t--r,        -       -        __*__.__■__.«3-E*».
T_:J_,_.T_-Z-,-_CZir_T_.BZ-tB   OB
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY
A'-KM-ri/n RAI. & AH, KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.- All ai*tlen* from the upper country promptly attended to.
iiwuolmi)
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, New Westminster.
'Toronto' Mowers
Maxwell Mowers
The Little Maxwell
il frame Binders.
F. C. Strickland & Co.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Planet, jr., Garden Tools,
Lawn Mowers, &c.
Tiger   Rake»
Sharp's Oo.
Maxwell Do.
&'•■
JlMl  11
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PURVEYORS IN (SENEUAL.     FRESH ANO CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON IIANI>.
tarSpcclal lines quoted for tlio shipping trade.   Family ordors strictly attended
to.   Hotels will find it to tlioir intorost to place tlielr orders with the abovo firm.
d28no]y
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN &~REICHENBACH,
• rauocEssons to tr. b. townsend)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hums, Bacon* Hausngc, IKologmi*, Dtc
duol*,*!
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
The Ooiumman Piiinti.*o Establishment has firsUloss JaolUtios for
all kinds of Commercial Printing. Bill Heads Utter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of every description, Posters, Dodgers,
Price Lists, Ite. Prices will bo found na low ns nt any othor otlic" where
flrst-class vork is dono,
1,
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS & all Unto of Woolen tods
HEADY-MADE CLOTHING.
l%_f The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmhjotc
tmi-__—___m__--m___m—___m___—___——mii .imiiiw.——, _________________!
Douglas & Deighton-
MMOrACTIKEilS AHD IMiTOBS OF
HARNESS SADDLES and BRIDLE
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, B. C.
SEND IN YOUR OltDEUS.   ALL WCMK OP THE BEST MATERIAL ANl>
WORKMANSHIP.   PRICES LOW.
noldwly
ROYAL CITY
Planing ills Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MANUl-ACiTUEHS AND DEALERS IK
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRWS,
jAJSTD  __._.-!. KIXTSS  OB
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows,
Moiildinirs. Balusters,
Blinds. Brackets,
Rnlllnjrs, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolMwly r
VOLUMB VI.-NO. Ul.
IX-vlhY BBIifiiaH COLUMBIAM, MEW WBM-WIWBH, a 0„ JU**« 83, 18B8.
GUATEMALAN BIRDS.
■avrota tlie Perfection of Whose
Education Is Marvelous.
. Polly Tlmt Repeat* tho tonl's Prayer
with  Considerable Piety and Ono
Which Imitates n Bad Boy-
Tho Iuotzal und Sopilolo.
' A letter from QuezaltcnanRO, Guatemala,
0 tho Now York Ttmc3 says: A small inhabitant of Control America not horoto-
oro mentioned by mo, but very deserving of
*, Is the " loro," or parrot. Ono seo3 many
Sat aro will taught in tho United -States, but
doubt if tlioro aro birds in any part of tho
l/orld which havo attained such perfection
if education as thoso hero. I heard ono
ing an "Avo Maria" from beginning- to end
vithout missing a word or noto or uttering
falso ouo. Another, belonging to a priest,
.■mid repeat tho Lord's prayer, and should
no not understand sufficient Spanish to
now ho would yet bo instantly aware that
ho bird was praying, so perfect wero his
ouob, imitating the low, Bolomn voico of
"Wiib mastor. Thoro aro, of courso, tho great
mjority which wish to know ovory moment
E thoro is "no broad for Polly," and thoso
.'Inch uso strong and omphatie Ian*
utigo. Somo porsons teach tholr
k'da to repeat certain answers to coram questions, and in this way savo
■lcmsclvcs much annoyance, In Cental American towns, tho houses are built
h a hollow-bcju are plan, having an interior
patio," or court. The heavy doublo door
mding in is usually opon. Hay, wood and
jirbon or charcoal aro sold from door to
oor by Indians carrying their loads on
heir backs. Whatever moy bo for salo is
oiled at tho door iu very much tho samo
oico that vendors of oranges, strawberries
.id brooms used to coll out in tho streets of
ew York, but in this country tho yelling
continued until an answer is obtained;
nd when a houso is well supplied it is
uiier trying to patience and and latent
i**npor to have "carbon!" thundered o»t in
mr yard ovory fivo minutes. So they put
10 parrot in a green tree, whoro it Is difil-
Lilt to seo him, and ho answers "No," and
j a voice bo human that not five "carbon-
l.ors" in a hundred can discover tho deceit.
Ill this is very agrocablo Bhould you not
jloh to buy any thing, but should you wish
'i buy something tho parrot answers "No,"
lut the same, and probably udds on ucurso,
I'bich explains a common sight—that of a
litloss, coatlcss man rushing out of his
BpuBo into tho stroot to cull back an Indian
lho has just been dismissed by tho parrot.
1 Whilo stayingiu a hotel in Quczaltcnango
y room was next to that of a Gorman f am-
t f who had a splondidly-educatcd parrot
id a littlo boy named Herbert. Tbo parrot
|i as as much a member of tho family as any
'tbo othors, and, being constantly with
'em, lio became very wise.  Herbert was
iry often scolded and punished by his
nther— of tenor, 1 boliove, than tho littlo
How desorved; and these punishments
ul Herbert's sobbing nnd crying mado a
raided impression 0:1 tho bird.  Tho littlo
fty's father was often away, and 1 soon
jiticcd that ho turned to tho parrot forcom-
f.nionship, as thoro woro no littlo children
6r playmates.  Whon tiio family loft their
loins Polly was always locked up, nnd dur-
Ig these absences bo would practice his
Iporloire, now singing somo song, now
Vearlngat Bomo imaginary person. Thon,
imitation of tho mother and in her harsh,
cm voico, ho would cry out: "Horbertl
crbcrtl what do you mean bv that! You
A boy," and aftor making a sound iu iini-
tion of a slap, ho would cry and sob prc-
loly liko tho child. Though I know that
0 family owned thia bird, yot ho ofton de*
ived mo andexctted what at the timo wns
inccossary sympathy for Herbert.
A beautiful bird, and ono now fast homing extinct, is tho "q.uotzal,"tbo Nana! bird of Gautomala; and with such
voronco is ho regarded that his cngrav-
occupics tho center bf tho postago
lamps of tho country. Tho body of tho
Til ia about tho oizo of that ot a good-
teed California quail;'his genoral color
kii beautiful emernld green, with a erim-
In and n yellow luster running through it;
small   feathers of tho  head stand
I flight up, and his four or fivo tail fcath*
In, which grow to tho length of two foot,
I -■*! rich green and red.  His homo is iu tho
tUest mountains; bo pines away and dies
I'tor a month of captivity, and oven tho
lidlans, wbo know hi.* habits, aro unable to
top him alivo whon away from hiB nativo
runts.  It is said that his food is tho plan-
Jin ; but confined as u pet ho docs not rel-
fSi it, prepared in most tempting wa*/S.
Iicy say ho dies snould ono of his tail
lathorsbo broken.  How truo this may bo
..lo uot know, but it seems to havo somo
lundation considering tho great care ho
Ikes of them.  His neat ia built in oylin*
Jical shape, with a holo at each end, and
luch resembles a lady's muff.  Ho outers
Tone ond and rests with his long feathers
knging out;iu leaving his nest ho nover
licks out—that would ruffle and break his
" tl tiers-ami tho Indians, knowing this,
Sffaya approach his head and easily capt-
0 him.   Aftor death tho crimson nud
lilow lustor in a great degrco disappears,
Id, this being tho lifo of his green color,
So stuffed specimen iB novor so handsome
1 tho livo bird.
Jho scavenger of tho country is tho sopl-
feo, or largo black bujzard. Every houso
>a two or three of theso birds continually
•itching for kitchen waste and othor ref-
10 of tho house, and though thoy nro
sisted somewhat by many strange dogs
0 peoplo aro much indebted to them,
inltary precautions aro disregarded, and
ceo birds havo constituted themselves
to a street-cleaning department, romov-
g all tho filth and carrion which would
herwiso rot and foster ln tho hot sun to
reed disease. Swarms of them hover on
10 outskirts of tho towns to prey upon
iad mules, horses and othor animals. A
tile's boncB will bo picked clean in two
lys, but boforo tho meal commences ho
.UBt havo a haut gout, for though tho buz-
.rd bo a gourmand ho is nevertheless a
lurmet.    ______„___
MEN OF  MEMORIES.
onduclors Who Can Tell tlio Number of
Evory Oar on 11 Train.
As an illustration of how tho memory
,oy bo cultivated hi rotainlug a long list of
umbers, said a railroad man to a St. Louis
^lube-Democrat reporter, ono lias only to
' isorvo tho freight conductors, nnd very
ftcn I'cmarkablo examples of retentive
memories will bo found.
1 havo been on tho road as a freight conductor for fourteen years, and in that timo
hy momory has had a careful training in
the particular lino of retaining tho nuuibcrs
fm tho cars.   I start out on a run nnd know
ho numbers of all tho cars with which
ho train   is mado up, and whilo somo
.rs will bo left nt stations along tho road,
'nd othor cars will bo taken up, yot at tho
ml of our run if an oflicer asks mo whether
havo a car numbor so-and-so, I can in-
arlably toll him without referring to my
100k,
Now, when it Is remembered that tho
.rain may bo mndo' up of forty cars, and
l-hat tho numbora run ull tho way from tlio
hundreds to tho twonty-fivo and thirty
'housands, aad that a dozon cars may bo
alien off and another dozen taken on along
ho rond, my statement undoubtedly seems
■ icredible to thoso not familiarly ncquulnted
•vith this particular department of railroad-
ng, But it is a fact nevertheless, and I
mvo known quito a numbor of froight conductors who havo momorlcs of equal ro-
tentivouess.
Noting tho numbers on tho ears dally for
.oars n conductor becomes so familiar with
,ho work that his memory holds thoso largo
umbers with but littlo difllculty. Tho
lylo and peculiar lluish of tho cars from
IJIffcront roads aro also learned, nnd a conductor at a glance can toll tho road to whleh
car belongs a far as ho can seo it
A now hblmot for firemen has beon in-
I vented in Bremen. It consists principally
I of a copper mask, which is vory light. Tho
1 wearer's noBO, mouth and oyoB receivo
K through nn India rubber tube iv constant
, at roam of puro nlr, whleli loaves tho bolmot
I by an opening opposite tho oyos and p'ro-
I vents tho entrance 0" smoko, Tho bolmot
] has boen practically tested and is to bo used
I hy tho Berlin firemen, It is said,,
It Makes
You Hungry
"I havo used Polnc'B Celery compound and It
hus had a salut iuj
effect Itlnvlgorat
ed tbe system and)
icel like a new
man. it improves
the appetite and
facilitates digestion." J. T. COPE-
lakd, Primus, s. C.
Spring medicine mcansmoreno-fr-a-days tba-ilt
did ton years ago. Tho wlnterot isss-su hnsled
tho nerves all fagged out. Tho nerves muat be
strengthened, the blood purified, llvor and
bowels regulated. Palno's Celery compound-
Uie Spring medicine w/fo*rf'V/-does all tblfl,
BS nothing elso can. Prescribed by Physicians,
Recommended by Druggists, Endorsed by Ministers,
Guaranteed by the Manufacturers to ba
The Best
Spring Medicine.
" in the spring of 1S871 was all run down. 1
would get up ln tho morning with co tired a
teeling.nnawassowcakthatlcouldhardlygel
around. I bought a bottlo or I'aino-s Celery compound, nnd before I had token It a week I felt
very much better. I can cheefully recommend
It to all who need a building up and strengthen.
Ing medicine." Mrs. l). A. Dow, Burlington, Vt
Paine's
Celery Compound
[3 a unique tonic and appetizer. Pleasant to
:ho taste, quick in u.s action, and without any
Injurious effect, it gives that rugged health
which makes everything taste good. It cure!
lysDQpala and kindred disorders. Physicians
prescribe It. $1.00. six for 15.00. Druggists.
Weixb, RicnwmsoH & Co.,   • Mohtmal.
• Utter that  Always tare,
UDTATED im'8ft&&Bmt
WANTED.
P.OUB on Fivisanon STONEMASONS.
1'   Apply tu ACKERMAN BUOS.,
djelsto Now Westminstor.
Notice to Cannerymen 1
THUS. LEVI'S C'll-FlllINC PROTECTOR
AY BH OBTAINED ON APPLIOA-
tlotl to I-. 8. M 01 Ll.ti: .t I'O.
Any porson or persons found using thom
without tho patent stamp will be prosecuted. THOS. LEVI.
Now West., 27th Hny, ISSS.       dmy!"*ml
M-
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH MILK
Delivered Dally to Customers In all pnrts
oftho City.
Hotels and Restaurants supplied at Spe-
olal Bates by the year.
FRESH EGGS
Delivered nt Market Bates.
Orders left at, M. Sinclair's will bo
promptly attended to.
WEAVER A WOODWARD, '
djoiayl Proprietors.
BAZAAR
Tho Sisters of St. Ann'-* Convent will
hold a Bazaar of
FANGY & USEFUL ARTICLES
 AT THE—-
DRILL,  SHED
 ON	
•June 25,26 & 27.
REFRESHMENTS of Ml kinds will bo
si'ivcil, commencing ftt noon on eaoh
dny. dJolOtil
Comorford & MoDoa
MERCHANT TAILORS,
WISH TO INFORM THK PKOPLUl of
New Westminster thnt tbey hnvo
ro-oponod tho storo Intoly occupied by
Mpssi-f, Woods, Turner A Gamble, nnd
aro now prepared to oxectito all orders for
TJ^XTiaXtXHTG-
A flue Hue of Cloth* jimt. received,
consist Int*; (ii nil the Latent Dc-
■Igm from European Markets
MR. J. A. MoDOUQALL will attend lo
the cutting, nnd is a prnetloal moohanlo
of twelve years'experience In tho United
States; also two years tip foreman for
Messrs. Gregg A ("on, of Victoria.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
CouMQiA Street, Opposite Bank of Montreal
NEW WESTMINSTER,
dloKimO	
M.A.McRAE
Merchant'tailor
BEAUTIFUL RAXGE OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Cheek
Ml 1 (IIMNI-MI!
Ljmuv-.r'HiuMij
fob 8pbing and summer,
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Colcmdu St.,  .  New Wkstminoteb.
,iwlnh28to	
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE  BARGAINS
Suits tt Pants
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
Wo nro soiling tho best of
English. Scotch & French floods
At prices away down Cheaper than
Ever.
Onll nml examine and we nro Kntlsflud
tlmt you will buy beforo yon leave llio
store.
All work gnnrontood.
dmhlyl II ctlmrrtta llnil*
3srorrxc:EL
DURING MY ABSBNCn FROM THE
eity Mr. Newton A. White will hnve
cliar-ie of my business, and has authority
toctiilr-i't and discharge nil accounts in
connection therewith, etc.
ft. H.WEBB.
Sow Westminster, Juno (J, 1889.    d)e0tn2
Farm Implements for Sale,
FUH SALE CHKAr-A NUMBER OF
Farm Implements, loni-lsllng of
Ploughs, Harrows, itundiill Ilairow,
Mower, Ox-Yol.cs :uid Chains.
Also ■:( Horses, ono span good Work
Horses,   Application to ho made tn ■
1.. THOttNBER,
IJouglnsHlrcot.
Nojy,We?t., Juno10,1889, dwjellw2
TO ARCHITECTS.
-nil ANS AND SPECIFICATIONS WILL
1 be recoived by the undersigned for
Hie buildings to bo erected for tho provlnciul exhibition on Queen's park. Size
nnd olass of buildings required una all
oilier pnrticulars can be obtained on
npi'liciitionto
THOS. .'JUNNINGHAM,
Chairman Park Committee.
Wostmlnster, June 17,18S9,        djel7tc
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
SAWMILL OWNEBS, LOGGERS, nnd
P others nro notified llnil our steel
Tiig-hont,
"■TB-PIO,"
Will ho reedy for work nbout lho Hth Inst.,
nnd wn nro prepared lo enter Into contracts tor nil  kinds of towinir, lightering, Ao.
EVANS, OOI.F.MAS A EVANS,
dmyslc Vancouver, H. C.
[Removed fiom Saakioh to Vi'tomaI
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
dmliSOmO VI0T0I11A, I). C.
THB WESTMINSTER
PoultryYards
JOHN S. COX, Prop.
Light Ilvalimns-
Partrltlge CocliUlir-B,
.Plymouth HoekB,
«naci*i-»(i t  'White face Bl'k Spanish
While Crested, Rlnck   anil Golden
Polauds. 	
UouiIbusi      Sllver-pcncllitil   Unin-
lltll'gS.
Illnck, Reil nntl Pitt Games.
Ton louse Geese,     lloueu Ducks.
My Yards nre opon for Inspection.
dwmbGto        	
SERVICE BULL
T
uk nrsai-iTEBEH ramaisEE hol-
STEIN BULL,
Gugertha Prince 5,
Will stand for sorvico this Benson at D.
McPhadon's Garden, Edinburgh street.
Terms reasonable.
Milch Cows for Sale.
I). MePHADEN,
Proprietor.
Kum Hino,
Manager. d27mylm
VIOTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 1SS3.
M. It. SMITH & 00.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment to Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, the Dominion Government, Ae,
Medal and Diploma awarded at tha Col-
onlitl and Indian F.xliibllion, London, 1880.
KACTORY—Niagara St., James Buy.
OFFICES-57Fort ftt., Victorin, B.C.
dnuHmfl
Port Kells
This Fino Townsite, at ttie Fresh-Water
Junction of tlie
Southern Railw'y
19 Miles Above Wchdnl'islcr,
Has just been Survoycd, aud the Lots
aro for salo hy
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
 AND •
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Of Nkw Westmissteh, IJ. G.
Tho advantages and prospects of tills
Plot for a futuro thriving Town are
many.
Tho Lnnd iu tlio vicinity is good.
Thero nro inexhaustible IRON OUE
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, inline*
dintelv adjacent, a** well as vnst strata of
the finest BUILDING SAND and POTTERY CLAY.
On tho Townsite are a number of valuable MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication by land and water is
unequalled, by reason of the locution of
the Townsito on tho Eraser River and
tlio Southern Railway, whilo tlio natural
elevation and lay of tlio land can not he
excelled ns a situation for a fino town.
Tho ground is open and clear of heavy
timber.
The site has been ^elected ns ono of
tho most important statlo s ou the
Southern Railway- nnd with the completion of the road, in the near future,
must, with nil its other advnntagos,
spring into prominouco at once,
ThoBo who apply enrly will havo tho
pick ot the Lots,
A clear title givon with ovory purchase,
rnrties wishing Lots can apply as woll,
on the premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
(l-ny9t- I-rowiibtok.
W. 0. LOYE,
UtpiUrtiifj; Neatly  Done.   Cork Sole
Work a MiK-clnlt-**.
rworders promptly attended to.
C In r it boh Si., Inn-iii-of Colotilnl Hotel, neit i-t Band Bros.' offloe.  dnolto
DRESS MAKING
At hiss sesames?,
(IlATK OP  K**(7I,AKDJ
Corner of Church and Columbia Btroot-s-
NEW WESTMINSTER.
•arSutlsfaction euartmtccd.     dwfe7tc
Dress-Iaking!
Misses MeDOUG-ALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
estr Sntlsfnetlon gnarn'ntaed.      dapIUU'
^sroxxo^-
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
wo havo applied to the Mlnlsterof
tho Interior for a license to cut and curry
away timber *m tuu\ from the following
InmUi-Tlio N.W. qiinrler of section [271
twi'iity-sovcn, tlio west half 0/Section [■131
thirty-throe, In Township 121 two; and
Section [801 thirty, Hi Block pjjflvo norlb.
Raugo"one west: all tn New Westminster
DIstiiot.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
[Lliniledl.
PorW. A. DUNCAN.
New Wot., Mny 20, JB80. dinyMml
VANCOUVER CITY
FoundryEMachineWorks
THE PROPIiliSTOItS OF TUEHE
•works have 111 mill pleasure in notifying their friends and the public that t hey
are now prepared to receive and promptly
execute any orders for work In their lino
with whleli they may be favored.
A. McUELVIE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, B.C., 8th Mny, IBSS.
dw my 12lc
mv
FRESH CAMFOnHIA AKD LOCAL
ALWAYS ON HANI).
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
C1JC2U0
-ervice Bull.
THE THOROrGIMiltED STOKE-POOIls
JERSEY HULL,
"Governor Moody"
Will stand for fervlco this season at Pel-
liaiii Hsilry. New Wcstintuslcr, wlu-iv tho
beautiful Botof thla superb animal oan be
seen and insp'.'ctcd.
A fow calves fot snlo. Terms reasonable.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
Ralph Booth*, Proprietor.
Manager, dmysatc
Corbett &'Kennedy,
MAHITVAOTUIt'ClIS   or
TIM, COPPER &8REET-HWH
webst: h'*i nunii (UP-STAUtS),
Fuost SniKCT,       Nkw Wi^tmissteu,
HAVING .HIST 0PI5NED IN THK
abnv*- lln'-, we respi'iilfnlly solicit 11
share o; Hi 1 trade, nnd trust uy careful
nltenllnn iminlorsand mo-'tniti-nlmrgos
to moiii. tin* samo. Kxpcrii-Hcod workmen; satisfaction gaai-itntcr-d.
E.itlniati'sfiinil8lu'dfor(liilvatil/.rdIron
Cornleo, llor-llnjr, i'lumlilnir, (ias-Htilng,
Steam and Hot Water Heal lug, &o.
ear Entrance to promises on Mary St.,
In rear of Bank of B. C. dwmhOto
m
a*
IP YOU WANT TO ESJOY A GOOD
ICIOAK, ASK TOR TIIE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
a,™ MAINLAND.
<S*Thoy arc not only mndo of the
Choicest Tobacco but thoy are of
Home iHnmifnctiirc, and should be
patronized by alt good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
UOLBItOOK BUILDINO,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwl7noly
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS,
—ALSO—
A WEll-SElt :m STOCK OF
DRYGOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
LUNDBOHM'H BLOOK,
t'olamlil!. glrccl,       Vu.r Wrsttnlnslcr.
tiolilwly
Horth British & Mercantile
FIEB
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Clilllliil,    •    $15,000,1100.00
Siilisi'rlttn'l Capltnll. ns nl. nisi. l».,.., ihs.,
S12.-IHI.Gtw. Klro Fund nml Itcsorv", "11,-
9I9.T20.  Not I'rnnluins, iiws, !-,,»l*,0;».
OF  LONDON.
onpiiai,    -   S!»,.'Uooo.oo
RATES   AS    LOW   AH   ANY   OTHER
COMPANIES 001*18 HIJHINKHS
IN BRITISH flOWMBIA.
T. Or. TJLOrO-___\S
Agont for Now Westminster Oity
and District. dje22to
To€oiiti'tivtoi'M-&Carpenters   W.   R.   AUSTIN'S
mENDERS "WILL HE RECEIVED BY
I lho nndorslgnf* "ip to noon of SAT-
UltDAY, 'ioth umt., for tho dividing of
Hurrlng'n -pera Houao Into tenemonts,
nnd other work. Plans nud sja eilicaiionn
can be seen nt my oilice, Mary Streot.
The lowest or nny tender not nccesuai'lly
accepted.
0. W. GRANT.
New "WestinInster, June 7,1SS0.     dje7td
TENDERS
alENDEHS POR THE OIiEARIMQ OF
. a portion of Queen'fl Park, addrcsacd
to tho undersigned nnd marked "Tenders
for Park clearing.''will ho received at tho
(.'Uy Engineer's olllco, City Hull, up to 4
p. m. Wednesday, Mil Inut.
Plans nnd Kpo'rllh-utions may he seen at
tho otllce of i he City Engineer.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
(Signed),    THOS. CUNNINGHAM,
Chairman Park Com,
City Hall,
New West., June 20,1689. djoSOtd
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE  FACT THAT
O -A. 3EL "ar £3 Xfc' Bt
Temple of Music I
Is the Place to Buy First-Class
PIANOS <-> ORGANS
At feuch Prices nud Terms as will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For prices nnd terms, apply to CAR*
TEH'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC.
Vancouver, li. C.
2S0 HnBtirigs St. West. dnplOtc
WCH MILLS!
BRACKMAN & KER,
StANDFACTUHERS OF
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process,
W ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
JHL1.S ut Kortu Suanicli.
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE: Viclorln,
dmhSOmS
f.
mS
330-332 CORDOVA BTREET,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers and Denlora ln
MACHINERY
OK ALL I)'''HCWTIONS.
MARINE WORKT SPECIALTY.
dwdc£0tn
Canadian Pacific Railway,
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MASTERS OF VES-
Hclsnnd other Craft navigntlntr the
Finser Rivor are cautioned to keen within
tlio Buoys pnlnlcd Red and White, re-
spccllvoly, at the Misslnn Bridge, as dur-
liij- the construction nf tho Bridge, mivl-
gtiiluii between the hanks of tbe River
an I the Buoys Is ditngoruuH, owing to piles
boinif driven thero.
H. ABBuTT,
Qcnoml Suporlntendent.
Viuicouvcr, n. C, 7tli May, ]88ft. dmyftto
T^roorxoE.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ISO tlnj-s after date wo Intond iniiklug
application to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands nnd Works for a leaso for Umbering purposes of the following doserli-od
lands, Kiiimted tu Saywavd District, Vancouver Island:
Commencing nt a stnke phieed-m the
wesl shore of a small lake duo soutli of
Lot fri, suvward District, aliuiit ono mile
from smith end of snld hike; tlionco WL-st
JjEO ohalns. Ihencu sonth (00 chains, thenco
east '■*.) chain--, thonce north 730ehalns,
thence west $20 chnlns, thenco south 210
ehalns, thenco oust UO chains, more or
less, to tho nhnvc-monlioued lake, tln-nce
meandering along tthoro of said lake to
pine-- of commencement,—containing about .m.,ihi acre--, more or loss.
Royal Oity Planish Mills Co. Ld.
John Hi'NmiY, Manngcr.
New WeBtmlnster, June 10,1889.
dlljolm	
-THB-
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEVABT-f CABD, PBOniUMK
J.J.WILSON,  • MANAGER.
Rales, $1.00 anil $1.50 per Ray,
AcconniNa to noo**.
SPECIAL HATES BV THE WEEK OR MONTH,
na* parties supplied with nil kin-is of
ICIi-C'ltEAM. dm-tinO
Dominion Lands,
IK YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
Pro'Oinptionor for rent of Mining or
('taring Land, or huying Farm, Mining
or any lnnd from tlio Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay In SOX-t-XX* and save a
Inrgo discount,
Scrlpcnn beobtnlned In Inrgcorsmnll
quantities from
ALLOWAY & CHAMPION
BJ_.xrit:BBB,
WINNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
OR FKOM
THK BANK OF llltlTlSI! COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTEtt
tlwmliflla
KST,\B1,1S1IK1> 1859.
ROBT DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Netirl) Opposito tsc Colonial llotnl,
NKW WESTMINSTER
THE I.AROKS1  AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all inscriptions of
MEATS AND VESETABLES
Constantly oil Haml, and supplied to Fam.
Hies, Kestaurtnts, nml Steamboats at ths
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
Ac.,      Ac,     Ae.
LEAVE ORDERS AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dmyiiHto	
I. W. WINGER
DBALBB1N
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
Dono on Short Notice and at Rea>ou-
able Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always ln Stock.
Orders left atthe 0. P. N. Whnrf will be
promptly delivered. dmhaitc
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
Fisl 5 Rae Dealer!
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
•tar Highest Price pakl for Furs and
Deer Hides.
Correspondence Invited. Ba»Telephone
Call No. fi. djatito
DOUGLAS STREKT
BAKERY
Foot of Douglas Sweet, Near
Columbia Stiieet.
j, *i:u<aSO\. PROPRIETOR
F
IRF.SH   BREAD,   CAKES, PASTRY,
Coufcctlonery, etc., etc.
Hotel nnd Restaurnnt trade fiollcltcd.
All order*-   promptly attended to and
delivered to nny part of the city.   dmh28y
B.tMonuntalWork8
Cor. Columbia ahd Chuiioii Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or Granite of Best Qunllty.
CORNER     POSTS    AND    CURBING.
N. B.—just received—tho finest assortment of Hnilrli ('i-n-ilti-liii-iM-ti'-ii'Hf-v'-i-
seen n British Columbia, whleli will bo
sold at prices putting competition outof
the question.
dwmhs yl ALEX HAMILTON Phop.
Royal Golumuian Hospital,
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
tho undi'.islL'iied until (1 n'clock p. m.
SATURDAY, DOIIi Jnnr. for supplying
the Uo pltnl from 1st July, 1R80, to Jnne
30th, .ski, with the following artiolom
BREAD, brown* white.
BEEF. MUTTON.
KISH, fresh. MILK, peryal.
COAL. WellliiRton, (n'roencd.
WOOD, pine, live.    TEA, per lb.
COFFEE, per Ib.       KICK, per lh.
sUGA It, per ib.        BROOMS, per dux.
SUA!', H.O., peril).   COAL OIL.
OATMEAL, B.C., per lb.
BIT'ITER, per lb., bci*t In market.
Vims, per do?,.
BL.\MvETH{*l pt.) white, ner pnir.
FUNERALS.
DRUGS, ileliiiletl lists*»f which can be ob-
tnlnod on application nt the bospltnl.
Ncltlier th« lowest nor any tender
necessarily accepted.
Sampled of ten, colli-.1, rice, soap and
bioumji oblnlned on npnllcntlon to the
Slownrd at the hospital.
Two sureties of ,11' 0 eaeh will require to
accompany each tender,
[Signed], W, H. KEARY,
Hon. See,
New West., June Ii, I860.        djolfltd
TIME    CARD.
O. 3P".   3W. OO.
Tho Fine Klist-ClaKs
Str. William Irving
Will Lonvo tlie C. P. N. C'o.'s Wlinrf,
3S*o--*m**r
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. Jl,,
FOIl CHILLIWHACK ANO WAV PORTS.
Returning Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufliclent inducement oirurs she
will proceed to Hun-; nml cm Midi
occasions will leave her whnrf
at la i*i.
Connei-tingwlth IlieC, P.N. Co,*sStcamor
for Victoria.
JOHN IRVING, Mniinger.
T. L. BRIOGS. Acciit,
New Westminster. dnp3tc
Time Table!
_g___t THE STEAMEIl
^sSdOBEHT DUNSMUIR
r EAVES WESTMINSTER ovory Mon-
j dny morning nt 7 o'clock for Nannlmo, vin Vancouver, reluming Tuesday,
via Vancouvor.
Loaves Westminster every Wednesday
ut 7 n. in. for Naniumo direct, onueclliig
with Island railway and Comox steamer.
Lonvos Nanaimo for Vaneouvor on
Thursdays nnd Frldnys nnd returns samo
days.
Leaves Nnnalmnon Snturdny at 7 n. m,
forWesliiilnsI-'r direct.
For freight or passage apply on board,
or (o T. 1* nitrons, C. 1'. N. wharf,     dtc
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
iiffeu mn sale;
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Hour,
Chit Rice,
pi
Rice Meal,
POlt POULTRY, Ar.
POR OATTLE PEED.
u*rr,hMmS
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE  TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STCRE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses tt Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
ftS-?- REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwto SI   Col*u.ra"b5.a Street.
(LUNDBOM'8 BUILDING,  KftONT STREET)
aaji.x.sj-R sir
GENERAL
Com-tantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Ory Ooods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, &c.
n-IEISiT'S     .&;     BOVS'     S*C7X*97S.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN,  SEEDS,  POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
K. St—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission.   na,Ordera
from tbe Interior promptly attended to, dv.-.jcl-tc
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
UND & INVESTMENT AGENCY. M.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND, )
t
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ IS Serjeants Inn Fleet St -LONDON, ENG.
The Business of ALLSOP k MASON has been merged in the above Company
And will be carried on by the Company from this dato as a general Land Investment
antl Insurance Aj-emy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates, Town Lots and Farming
Lands for Sale on easy terms.
Victoria B. C, Mny 16th, 1887. dwjififlo
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
m*_t___mtmttm-m__im%i___^mim._t^^B________.__._________m___mt____mt^m._____m
"CiitorUiasoweUadtpted to children that I C*utorIa cures Colte. COMtipatlon,
111 So, Oxford Bt., Brooklyn, N.T.   | Without Injurious modlffrttai.
The Centaur Cokpanv, 17 Murray Street, N. V.
TO CONTRACTORS,
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL HE UB
reived by tho Honourable (Jhler Commissioner of Lands and Works, up to
noon of Wednesday, 10th July next, from
persons experienced In well drilling wlm
may be desirous of undertaking conirnots
from tho Government forsintilng ono or
more experimental Artesian Wells tn
Yalo District, B.C., Willi a view todoter*
mining llielr vnluo for purposes of irrigation.
Proposals must Blnte clearly all conditions and lerms, state llio kind of apparatus proposed lo bo used, nnd give the
uumeot two responsible residents of the
Province who ar.? willing to enter Into a
bond to secure tlie faithful carrying out of
nny contract wlilnli may bo entered into.
Pucli Information as may bo in possession oft lie Lnnds nnd Works Department
will be furnished on nppllcntlon to parties
proposing to contract,
W. 8. GORE,
fturv'-yor-Gencrnl.
Lands A Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., lOtli June, 188P.   djel7ld
I
HACK, LIVERY, STACE,
Feed f Sale Stables
the sonscmiiEna are now prepared TO TORN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Apodal Low Rates.
Ihjng ud All Kinis of tag
Done at Shortest Notico.
I>ry<-i»rtlw-nirt dollvorcd to auypailof
tho City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
nttentlon.
WrStablos nearly opposite C. P. It. Do-
pot, Columbln St,, Now Westminstor.
djnllte      GILLEY BROS. Pnove.
Feed,LiveryiSale
STABIiRS.
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
*E>*n,OI?"RI'ElTO B.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSEB
for Hire. Hacks call at all Steamers
and Trains. Special, atlentlon given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders mny bo left at tho Office of Mn-
tliors* Milllgan,Commission Merchants,
Front street,Vow Wost. dsomte
N
NOTICE.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
_ 1 havo applied to the Honourable
m InMer of lhe Interior for nlleon-*-- to cut
timber on lhe fo lowing dcst-rlbi-d Dominion lands ln New Westminster District,
British Columbia, nocording to tho Provincial Government survey:
IsonMi-enst '-,' section 23, south-east Ji
Seotion 26, north half und south-west^
Section 24. In Township id, and Sections
20 and SO, In Township 29.
HKNBY V. EDMONDS.
New Wm.,7t'r. Mni-ch, l&Jl'. djeGral
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSTANCE Wm.
I Old Broad lta. aud lb i'au, Mav.-,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stocli,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and tht*
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships build
ine aud repairing, Barges and othor Ves
Mils* on navigable rivers and eaiviK end
GiKhl:-: on board such Vessels, throughout
Grcnt Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FKOM LOSS OH BAMAUK BY F1RK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every informa-*.
tlon can bo obtaiued on application 11
W. J. ABH8TB0NH,
Agent for New Westminster.
Id k Fusgo, U.,
BY WAY OK THE
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
auiOKBRIN TIME THAN ANY OTHRH
* ROUTE BETWEEN
GRAND SCENIC ROUTEJF THE PAOIFIC COUT
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Sccond-Wnsa Passengers, attached to Express Trains,
Faro fiom Portland to Sacramento and
Sim franc! sco—Un limited, 925; First-
class (Limited), |20j Seoond-olaM (Limited), 315.
TH in iugii TICKETS lo all points South
nnd East, via California,
TICKET OFFICES:
CITY Oi'KH'i:, No. ll\4 Cor, Flnt A Aldei
stri'Ms;
t.r.i'OT (ii'Tici*, Cor. F A Front Streeti:
Poiiland, Oregon.
R. KOKHLKH,       E. P. ROGERS,
Malinger.        AHttGiF. tkftAl|l itolfi Jpritish Columbian
Satnrdar Evening, June 2a, lots.
ABVCRTrSIHO RATEI FOR THI DAILY.
Trannlent Ai! vtfrtlscnicutii.-Flrst insertion, 10eta. per line solid nonpan-il; each
■uiliscinent conspoutlveinsei'tfon.Scts. per
lino,   Advortlsenieiits not Insert ud every
day—flrat insertion, 10 cts; per line, subsequent insertions, 5 ots. per lino.
MamiliiK Advertitteincnm.—Professional or Business Curds—$2 per month. Hpc-
clat rateB for geuernl trade advertising,
according to space occupied and duration
or t-ontraol,
Aut'iian SnlMt when displayed,charged
25 per cent, less than transient advt-*, If
so! id, charged at regular transient rates,
MN-cltil Notices among reading matter,
20 ci*. per lino each Insertion. Specials
ui1em-it bv tbo mouth at reduced rates.
nir'thB,Marriages and Deaths,}] for each
In-iiitrilon; Funeral Notices ln connection
with deiithB-SOcts, each Insertion.
WEEKLV ADVEDT1S1H0 RATES.
Transient Advcrtlsctin-nts.-Klrst laser-
tlon, Klcts. per line solid nonpareil; sub*
6t*qii-*iit.insertions, 1 cts. per line.
Standing Ailvcrlls-rniPiila.—Profession*
n] or I!u*:!''i"*s C-'-riN— _\M per monlli.
Hpeelal rati'*, for'!'*i;'■'■■:.I tr.i.ieadvertising.
' Speei:il Nolifi-s, I'irMi". Man-layes and
Deaths, sathe rales as Dally.
*'nts must beal! metal,and forlargeoutfl
un extra rato Mill (l'l charged.
CirlVrso:::. si-iuliiv: in advetli.*iii::-nl!-
should ho curt-tal lo Mule whether tin >
are tiMippear In Iiv- Pinly l-MUImi.'-r ll.c
Weekly, nr both. A liberal reduction Is
made when Insorlod in both. Noadvor*
tlsoment Inserted for less than SI.
SUBSCRIBERS
Who do not receive their papor regularly,
from the Carriers or thrmigli ih- l'tv-t
Office, will confer,, f.ivol- by n-porl!^: the
same to the office of publication at once.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
To Let "W.M"
Notico W, U. Townsend
To Contractors W, S. Gore
Dominion Bay Celebration... Vanoouvor
Parasols at Cost J. E. Ellard k Co
No polico court to-dny.
Strawberries and   Cream   at  the
"Club." *
All tlio fashionable iced beverages, tit
the "Hub," noxt tlio "Queen's."   *
The str. Irving left for Chilliwack
thia morning with freight and pnesen*
gers.
Russell's Restaurant, opposito tiio
American Hotol, open day nnd
night. a9m3*
Seo the advertisement of Dominion
Day celebration at Vancouver in another column.
Rev. Thus. Baldwin will address
the mooting at the Y, M. C. A. tomorrow afternoon,
200 lotB on tho Thorno road, from
865 upwards at 310 jujv month. W,
Reidt, Front street. *
To Building Society member** six
weeks iu arrears: What's tlio matter
with tho fine notice? *
The steamer Rithet left for Victoria
thia mortiiny with 130 ton-- farm produce and 20 passengers.
See our cheap lino of Lndiea' 4 buttoned Kid Gloves, black and colored-
only 60 cts. per pair, tor cash—at Jas.
Ellard & Co's. *tfl
Georgo D. Me Vicar, Winnipeg's
largest real estate owner, and one of
the oldest and best esteemed citizens;
died yesterday morning.
Look out For the groat sale of lots in
tho town of Seattle, nt tho Mission
Bridge, on June loth next. For particulars, apply' to Win. Reidt.       #
The shooting matoh today, -Vancouver t». Westminster, resulted in
favor uf the visitors by <iti points. The
score ia Vancouver 6S9, Westminster
643.
Tlio celebrated Greer Case Trial,
tliu Government of British Columbia
and C. P. Railway Versus Samuel
Greer, for Bale tit Zed S. Hall's.
Price 25 cents. Gt*
Another heavy rain is needed to
quench tho hush fires whicli aro burning in all directions. A vory heavy
Bro was "noticed yesterday 111 the direction of Mud Bay.
t Tho Hyack huso team was out for practice last night and did splendid work.
The running wns excellent and tlio
coupling anil breaking wus skillfully
and quickly porformed.
Parties intending to present Fruit in
its natural state far exhibition at tho
Toronto industrial exposition or at our
provincial show, need uot send it to
Vancouver. Any of ous druggists will
preserve the fruit at n very small
charge
The Port Doughis Indians, 50 in
number, accompanied by their band,
have arrived down from Harrison lako
to ongago in the salmon fishing Chief
James is iu command and will look
closely after tho actions of his tribesmen whilo they aro on the river.
Mr. Mara, of Kamloops. will put a
Bteamer on tho- Columbia which will
run to Sproat'a Lauding. Tlio trail
from that point to Nelson ia a miserable ono, The distance is thirty miles,
nnd the rliflhmltios and expense of
transporting supplies are too great to
permit of ita use to any great extent.
At a mooting of tho Masonic fraternity held on Wednesday evening at
Victoria, it was decided lo banquet
tho Grand Lodge officers at the Dol-
monico on Siturday, instead of Monday ovqiudq. as first arranged. Mons.
Escalet is milking preparations for lho
eiitci'taimimiit of upwardsof 200 guests.
A fire started up in some dead timber near thfl Scut r. mnd a few days ago
and spread bo rapidly that tho rabbits
wero forced to abandon their homes
and fly before tlio heat and flames,
riiey were mien to truss tho Scott road
in hundreds, and some were so fright*
oned thnt thoy lay down and wero
easily caught.
yice-AdinirnlGnnt, O. B,, is in
Victoria. He is connected with tlm
celebrated Lloyd's firm, London, and
will report upon Ins roturn on the condition of the harbors of tho coaBt and
of British Columbia, He Bhould bo
invited to Westminster to inspect the
Fraser River. Much good might como
out of hin visit.
Mr, W. U. Lewis, of Aguoa atroet,
laid a oherry branch on our table this
morning which, if anything, beats all
othors we have seen this season.. Tho
branch is simply a mass of chorrios, eo
closoly clustered that for ti space of 15
inches tlm branch itself iB hidden from
view. The fruit iB very largo and of
tho finest flavor
The final arrangements have boon
coiiiplutod, says tho World, and lho
balance of tlio money for tho Cameron
-Johnston wrestling  match haB been
Said over by both parties to Mr. Goo.
lack, of tho Brighton Hotol. The
match, which is for $200 a sido, will
como off this ovening at Hart's Opera
Houso, Vanoouver.
Tho streot preacher nnd his two fo-
iiialooutellite.-i held forth last night on
Yatos Btreet for the last time. Tho
preacher waxed wrnthy and predicted
terrible things, Bitch its fire, for this
"ungodly city." Ho aeomed to bo disappointed at tho coldness of his reception and silently wended his way to
tho steamer, followed hy tho two
^umen I--Times.
Mr. John Dooley, of Frasor River,
will shortly movo to this city, having
purchased two lots mi tlio south side of
Yates street, near tho school reserve,
upon which ho intends to erect a pair
of handsome residences. A tow yoars
ago 5Ir. Pooley bought a farm near
Ladner's Landing, paying $10,000 for
it. This farm ho sold recently for
j?35,000 to Mi* J. C. Calhoun, who in
turn sold it a few days later at an advance of 830,000.—Colonist.
Indian dudes are something new in
this province, but wo havo got them
all tho aamo. Four of those gentry,
sons and nephews of Chief James, of
Fort Douglas, woro to bo soon this
morning lolling in front of Vianen's
warehouse, smoking cigarettes in most
dainty fashion and affooting tho most
well-bred indifference to all others but
themselves. In lho matter of dress
they displayed a slight want of taste
in some respects, but on tho wholo thoy
woro remarkably well dressed for
Siwash cs.
Attention is directed to lho great
auction salo of blooded and graded
stock fixed to come off at Ontario farm,
Langley Prairio, on 28th Juno, full
particulars of which will appear in
next Weekly Columbian-, The
He-jars Innes are favorably known as
being good judges of hor3es and cattle,
and the sale in question will givo an
opportunity seldom offered of acquiring good stoek. 160 acres of lho heat
piairie laud in tho province will be
offered for sale by auction at tho same
timo nnd place. Mr. T. J. Trapp will
conduct tho sale. td*
Cherries, cherries, cherries 1 Aud
this time it is Alderman Calbick who
has mutilated his orchard and torn
away a branch like unto ouo of the
clusters of tho Rr.tfcj of Eschol whioh
it took two men to carry. Alderman
Calbick laid the aforesaid branch on
our table, and it was the original intention to have kept it for the exhibition, but a -■wretched reporter" suggested thut the fruit would spoil, so a
summary preservative process was
adopted. If the "wretched" Times
staff will accept our invitation to como
over to tlio mainland, we'll givo thom
a cherry welcome.
DAW mmm gawiMauN. my. .Ywwwwm, », a, junb _i tm,
Frcsbyierlanlim In British 4'oluuibla
Port Inn iMVcsliiilbBli-r.
As announced in Tun Columbian a
few weeks ago, tho steamship service
between Portland, Westminster and
other British Columbia potts, running
in connection with tho Oregon Railway
and Navigation Company- will bo immediately increased. The steamship
City of Topeka has been chartered,
and will make trips lime about with the
Idaho. Commencing Juno 27th tho
new service will como into force, and
ono of these vessels will arrive at Westminster every fivo days. Everything
possible should be done to encourage
this line.
At tho meetingofthegenor.il assembly of tho Presbyterian chuch iu Canada, hold in Toronto, Rev, Dr. Cochrane, in presenting the report of the
committeo on home niiseiona, thus ro*
ferred to this province: The Columbia
presbytery carry on thoir work in this
romote part uf our field with great
zeal nnd diligence. Tho self-sustaining charges reported last year continuo
to llourish. Tho church in Vancouver
city, under tho pastoral caro of Mr.
Thomson, has given over a numbor
sufficient to form another self-sustaining charge, over which Mr. McLaren,
formerly of Brampton, has boen settled, with every prospect of speedy
growth. Mr. Thomson was assisted
last summer in his duties by the Rov.
II. Y, Thomson, lecturer in Knox college, and to their united and earnest
efforts lho formation of the congregation is duo. Tho Now Westminster
church, under Mr. Scouler, greatly
prospers. Two years ago a handsome
manse was built for tho pastor, and ro-
tenth- a lino nuw church has been
erected. Iu Victoria, Mr. Eraser's
congregation makes steady progress,
both in numbers and financial strength,
and St. Andrew's, under P. McF.
Macleod, has purchased an elegant
houso for a manse, and is now erecting
a now church, to cost in the neighborhood of §60,000.
Tlie <'rlclM-i Hatch.
(irauil loilgi' A. F. A A. HI.
The Grand Lodge of British Columbia, A. F. & A. M., which mot in Victoria to-day for ita annual scsssion, haB
muoh important business to transact.
Westminster sent 14 grand lodge delegates, many of whom are accompanied
by their wive*, and family. To-morrow
the grand lodge will attend divine servico at St. John's church and Right
Worshipful Brother Bishop Sillitoe
will officiate. , To-night tho annual
banquet will bo held, which is
expected to be tho grandest and most
largely attended affair of tho kind
ever hold in connection with tho grand
lodgo gathering.
Hum I n I tin Clay  tflchratlnn.
Satisfactory arrangements, brought
about by the indefatigable efforts of
the Rev. Father Fay, have been made
for a grand torch-light procession by
the Indians in their war-canoes. A
regular pmv-wow was held in tho
mayor's office yostcrday afternoon, and
tho pipe of pieco wus smoked, resulting iu the final arrangements beini*
mado for a grand display on tho part
Christianized aborigines. No prettier
sight could bo imagined than these
war*oau6eB meandering about the
inlet, ablaze with luntertiB nnd torches.
Answers to thu invitations sont out aro
being recoived daily, and everything
how points to bo a very largo crowd nf
visitors being present at tho carnival,
-World.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
The steamer tilutlys .-nid.
To-day tlio well known steamer
Gladys, which has ruu on tho Fraser
for several years, was sold by Mr. W.
B. Townsend to Capt. Power, of Vancouver. Tho price paid has not transpired, but it is said to be satisfactory
to both parties. Capt. Power will
take posseBiion tif his purchase this
evnint* and will run her between this
city and Chilliwack an in tha past. Tho
Gladys has a very int cresting history,
A man named McCleary, of Seattlo,
had a Urge mortgage on her whon
sho wus running on tho Skagit Rivor,
under tho original name, tho Graco.
McCleary wanted to foreclose, but tho
captain, who was also hor owner, cut
his cablet] and made for the Fraser
River, where ho arrived safely, A
further attempt was made to recover
the vessel but without effect, and thu
captain finally sold her to Mr. W. B
Towused, who regislered her under
lho name of the Gladys. lira Columbian wishes tho nuw owner ovory suc-
C0BS.
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r-oiiiKni Last.
What has long boon oxpocted, the
removal of tho telegraphic head quarters of tho Canadian Pacific and PoBtal
Telegraph Companies from Westminster to Vancouver, will take placo in a
couple of months. This mote has
long boon decided on, but action was
delayed owing to tho difficulty found
in obtaining a suitable building.
A largo building has bean leased
and tlio chango will take placo
as soon as the necessary interior arrangements nre completed.
Speaking on this Bubject yesterday'b
World says: "It is understood that tho
Now York block, ou Granville Btreet,
noar tho Hotel Vancouver, is to bo
converted into temporary genoral
offices for tho several departments of
the C. P. R. in thin city. For some
timo past Ihe increase in tho business
has become bo great as to necessitate
tho leasing of npartinontB in various
parts oi Ihe city for the heads of departments-ind tlio employees connected
With tho aervice. The hoadqusrters
of tho telegraphic servico of tho C. P,
It. and the Postal Companies will bo
removed totho Nuw York blook frum
New Westminster and will bo permanently located hero. Thia iu but
carrying out tho intontion of tho company formed long ago."
To-day was not an ideal day for a
cricket match. Iu tho morning a succession of light showers fell, and
Bhortly aftor noon a high wind sprung
up which did not by any means mako
the work of tho players moro easy.
Tho Vancouverites arrived about 11
o'clock and shortly aftor tho game
commenced, the visitors going to bat
first. Rev. H. G. Clinton and Campbell took tho wickets but wero soon
sont back, tho former with G and tho
latter with 5 runs to their credit, both
having fallen victims to Miles' pretty
"daisy cutters," Nowington failed to
hold Miles and went back without
scoring, Coleman and Nelson wont
in and mado a decided stand, but
after running up a protty 13 Coleman
was caught out by Miles. Green took
his placo and the prettiest part of the
innings followed. Nelson took a fair
hold of Miles' bowling and cut tho
leather all over tho field. Slow and
fast balls wero tried, but it mado no
difference, ho look them all aliko and
had 42 runs to his credit when Rev.
P. Woods bowled him out. Green
played a pretty game, took everything
that camo along and never unsaid a
possible run. He was finally sent back
with a score of 27 to the good. Morgan fell a victim to Bovill's bowling
after scoring two runs. At 1:30 an
adjournment was tnken for lunch and
half an hotir later flay re-commenccd.
Up to this time WestminBter had been
fielding very badly indeed, aud the visitors had mado nearly 30 runs on byeB,
but after lunch the leather lost something of its wild freedom nnd waB kept
moro in hand, Johnson wus the next
to fall before Miles, »nd Williams was
ahortly after caught out by Armstrong
with a score of 4 runs. W'right was
caught out by Dockrill, and Loutit carried his bat with a round dozen to tho
good. Armstrong's fielding was par-
tiulurly good throughout the  innings.
WestminBter immediaiely took the
wtokets, Bovill and Townley g»ing in.
Bovill made 0110 run and gently lifted
a ball which fell into Nowington's
hands. Hamber followed suit and
Townley wub bowled by Loutit.w&h-
out bioaking thu egg. Coulthard'and
Rev, P. Woods made tho first stand,
thu latter lifting tho ball into an adjoining lot and scoring 6 runs frum thu
stroke. Ho was finally howled out by
Green nfter running up u score of 15.
Vancouver marie a total score of 153,
including 38 hjes and leg byeB. Ab
we go tu press tho match is stili in progress, but thoohancesof victory crown*
ing the efforts of Westminster aro
small.    	
PERSONAL.
John Boultbee, of Vancouver, was
in town to-day.
C, G. Johnson ami wifo aro registered at the Colonial.
Mrs. A. G. Gimblo loft for God-
erioh, Out., to-day and will be absent
a couple of montha.
Miss Eugenia Smith, tho amiable
second daughter of Hun. and Mrs,
Ransford Smith, whose intelligent elocution has thrilled many an audience,
again adorns our select and refined
socioty with her pleasurable presence,
having just returned from an enjoy-
ablo visit to her sister, Mrs. John
Fletcher, way up in Now Westminster,
eomowhero iu Queen Victoria's Dominion. Miss Smith brought down
with her Ransford Fletcher, her
nephew.— Oyden Union.
SYRUP OF FIGS,
Produced from the laxative and nutritious juice of California figs, combined
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to be most beneficial to the
human system, acts gently on the kidneys, liver and bowels, effectually cleansing tho system, dispelling colds and
headaches, and curing habitual constipation.
John Bohrer, aged 12, wub shot and
instantly killed near the village of
Lmgton, Out., Thursday night by n
boy named Davis, aged 14, Tho boys
hud a standing grudge.
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment instantly relieves and permanently cures Piles, Pruritus and all hot and itching sores and
eruptions. N. \V. agents, D. S- Curtis
k Co. dmy28yl
The proprietor of tho Cambridge
-hotel, Monttoal, Jonathan Webster,--
fell down the elevator of the new
Temple building, and was killed.
re-mi the Went Const.
The sealing Bchoonor Winifred, Capt.
Steele, owned by Capt. McDonald, arrived in frotn tlio west coast yesterday
afternoon. She was disappointed in
securing nu Indian crew, and in consequence could not j>o north. Tho Indians had promised to go, but backed
out as they did not think tho catch
would bo largo enough this year to pay
tin m us much as they considered their
services worth. A small catch of seals
from tho west coast was brought home
by Capt. Steele, who reports that tho
Beatrice unloaded over 500 (.kins at
Claynquot Sound a few days ago, before failing north. When the Winifred left Cluyoquot early on Wednesday morning, lhe government steamer
Sir James Douglas wns just coming in.
—Colonist.
CORRESPONDENCE.
The Liquor license By-law.
Editor Columbian.-—I notice that
the Rov. Mr. Whito is intending to give
Ins congregation a rehash of the abovo
by-laws, to-morrow. I would like to
call his spocial attention to clauso 18 of
thin by-law, nnd, as tho chief mover of it
is in tho drug business, X would like to
ask Mr. Whito if ho thinks it is compat
ible with justico and the public interest
that this gentleman closes all saloons on
Sunday and permits the drug stores to
turn themselves into 6 oz. whiskey shops,
to Boll all kinds of intoxicating drinks,
on Sunday or nny other day, without a
license. Now I consider this a great
injustice to thoso who have paid their
whiskey licenses, and if Mr. Druggist
wants to go into the gin business let him
pay tho regular license for doing so.
Yours Truly,
"Rum Blossom,"
Dr. Fulton writes to tho Montreal
Star, stating that ho recently cured
two cases of leprosy in thnt city.
■ - A -Boston syndicate have bought the
Magdalen islands, in the Gulf of Sf.
Lawrenco, for half a million dollars.
IS* C. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fund*
For the purposo of raising a fund to
contributo towards thu patriotic and
worthy object of making tho noxt an
niial provincial fair, to lie held in this
city, a grand nnd unprecedented success,
tho undersigned agree to contribute tho
sums opposito their respective names (to
be paid Into tho association or to trustees
competent to receive the same, on or before 0 months from the date of the last
provincial exhibition, and to be applied
to preparing exhibition grounds and
buildings in the city, for increasing the
amount offered in prizes, and for further*
lug tho exhibition m other ways):
Till! COLUMBIAN  lioo 00
Sharnc A I'nlue, Lulu Island    10 00
L P Kcksteln  10 00
(1 D Brymner  20 06
11 W Armstrong -■ 10 00
F R Glovor.  10 00
Walker & Hhadwell  looo
('laud Hamber.  10 00
PeterGrant  JO 00
George Turner  10 00
W J Armstrong.  80 00
A J  Mill  1000
Capt A. Grant  10 00
J ft Macdonoll  10 00
WO toye  10 00
P BUodeau  iooo
F G Strickland  25 00
Gilley Bros  20 00
SH Webb ;  25 00
T Cunningham  30 00
Henderson Bros, Chilliwhaok  10 00
A B Wintemuto  10 00
Per Ex-Mayor Dickinson  212 85
Annie M Jaques  10 00
Stewart A Cash  25 00
Jas Cunningham..  60 00
Grant & Hagstrom  20 00
J W Rexsmitli ,  ,"10 00
Rev J H White  10 00
B Douglas _  100 00
KS Scoullar 4Co  55 110
A DosBrisay  15 00
W C Coatham  25 00
T M Cunningham  25 00
A E Bund  25 00
Aekormnn Bros  SO 00
Reid* Currlo  25 00
IIT Read A Co  50 00
W II Thiliaudeau  15 00
Grant A Maclure  10 CO
Young 4Tcrhuno  10 00
Terhnno A Co  10 OO
Ogle, Campbell A Co  20 00
Next!
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Gentleman In a private family.  Address "W. M.,'» this omce. dje22la
1867   :-:   1889.
CITYOFVANCOUVER
Dominion Day
 OP TIIE—
81I kivrory of Mtetioii
IN VANCOUVER,
--0**—
Monday and Tuesday
—THK—
1st aud 2nd July
1889.
Largest Prizes ever Given in
the Province for
FIREMEN'S CONTESTS,
ATHLETIC SPORTS,
Boat Racing,
CANOE RACES,
Cricket, Baseball & lacrosse
BICYCLE RACES,
HORSE_RACES
<JKAMI PARADE
Of all the Trades, Professions, Frlendly
Hoclotlos and National Associations will
commonco at 0 o'cloek on the lBt of July,
nt thu City Hall, In which will also participate representative*' of Her Majesty's
Navy, and Army, viz: The Sailors and
Marines of H. Itt, Warships, "C" Battery
B. O. G. A., the Volunteers nnd Militia of
New Westminstor. In this procession
will lio nhown tho capabilities and resour*
ces of our Province.
CRANiTbAI'I'
In the IMPERIAL Operm Home on
the Evening of Honda-**, the
Flrit Day of .Inly.
Firework* and Torchlight
ProccHslon
In the Hnrbor on the evening of July the
2nd (Tuesday), In which Her Majesty's
warships, undor the command of Admiral
Hcnenge.wlll assist, nnd which will be
the grandest feature of this celebration,
and the most brilliant display aver witnessed on this const.
CHEAP EXCURSIONS
Have heen tu ranged for from Victoria,
Now Westminster, nanaimo, Hoaltlo, Tacoma, Port Townsend, Portlaiid.and other
Sound ports, and from all polnte of tho
W.For further particulars seo special
programmes. diSjetd
-tsTO-riOEL
T HAVE THIS DAY SOLD AND
A transferred to Capt. Power the steamer Gladys, and from this date he will
aasume all control of the Mourner and
business. Thanking all for their patron-
nge f*onferred in ihe past, I solicit a continuance of the same to my successor,
I will settle all ilubiiilies up to (Into,
and any person having a claim of any
kind on the steamer or myself will pleiise
present it for Immediate neit lenient, nnd
all persons indebted tome will pleaso
settle at onco or their accounts will bo
placed ln nsollcltor's hands for collection.
Address all (-ominunlcntlons to P. O.
box 103, Now Wostmlnster.
WM. B. TOWNSEND.
New Westminster, Juno 22,1880.    Jo22d(lt
Hotioe to Contractors,
SEALED TENDERS WILL BE RE-
oolved by the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Land's and Works up to noon of
Wednesday, 10th July, for additions and
alterations tothe Provincial Insano Asylum, at New Westminster.
Euch tender must be accompanied by
an accepted bank cheque for a sum equal
to Ave per cent, of the amount of the lender, mndo payable to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd Works. In the
event of a contract being lot the chequo
will be retained us part security for the
due performance of the work. Thecboque
will be returned to unsuccessful competitors, but wilt be forfoltod by nny bidder
who may decline to execute a contract If
called upon to do so.
Plans and sneclfleat ions enn be seen and
forms for tender obtained nt tho ofllcoof
Geo. W. Grant, Esq., Architect, Now Westminster, or at tho offlce of tho undersigned.
The lowest or any tender not nocesanrlly
accepted.
W. S. GORE,
Surveyor-General.
Lnnds end Works Depnrtment,
Victoria, R C. Ifltii June, 1880.
22Jed8w
*S$S#*S
A Pleasing- Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows tho uso of Syrup of Figs, R3 ii
acta gently on tho
Kidnkys. Liver <W Bowels
Effectually Cleansing tlio System -wlion
Costive or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and permanently curing
HABITUAL 0ONSTIPAT1OM"
•without •*voakeninjj or irritating tlio or-
Sins on -wliich it acts.
or salo In 7Dc bottle* hy nil I-omUii*-;
Druggisto.
KANurACTtJU'-'U OKIiV Bt TUB
oahtoknia na sibup 00
Sam Piiakcibcc, Cal,
■"msviM.K.Kv.. Nsw York, V *
ff.J.WALKER&CO.
BANK BUILDINaa,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
ITEI.EI'HONK NO. 55.]
14 CURE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
Loiidou nud Lancashire Fire nnd
British Umpire Life Insurance
Compaitlea.
New WeutmlneterBuilding Society.
Accountant's Offloe, Dloceie of N.W.
City Auditors, 1880,1887 and 1888,
ADVISE CLIENTS IN  THB BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE OITY AND DISTRIOT,
and othor monetary transactions.
Have several good investments on their
books, and all uew comers will do well to
call before doing business elsewhere,
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Commencing Monday, June 24th
OGLE, CAMPBELL & FREEMAN'S,
The Lending Dry Goods House,
MASONIC BLOCK,       -       NEW WESTMINSTER,
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SUMMER COATS,
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
Ogle, Campbell £ Go's
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Next Door bank of Montreal
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
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Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Xja*bxad.ox "K©xrl*a-*re,
2_£_.o1_zexel, Salt Cod,
jLxx_a.o\i.x'a *CTnc. Hams,
JLxxx\ov_x'& TJ-ac. Bacon.
3T10-U.X. "Bran.. Slioxte,
•   (srHIOHEST PRICES PAID FOB PAUM PRODUCE.
MUwiy .     <  8eouliar-Armstrong Blook, Columbia tt.
Jas. Ellards Co
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For the Next Fonr Days
THEIR  REMAINING   STOCK OF
PARASOLS
POE C-A.SIE3:.,
ikt Cos, To Oloa-r
Wm. CRAKE,
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WAA!, fi,C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses In steel, rubber, silver tu*c -j.,ul
frames,   Tho linest Pubblcs made, $4 per pair; all sights suited.
Special -ittnntion given to PINE WATCH KEPAIltS. Having learn*-..- t:m
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologcra in Euglaud, anil stiiee thon
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a fow of tho best 6rms on the'uouti*
nent of America, is a -mfliciimt guarauteo ot good workmanship. Formerly man t-
aer for nearly 8 years of tho well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, MontroiLl.
Cliurges Moderate*
Mohtbeal, Deo., 1887.—Mr. V. Crake.— Andw, Robertson, Esq., Chairman ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I novor found a Watchmaker who did bo
woll for mo as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not hero to-day,"
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D. S. CURTIS & CO.
AGENTS B. LAURANOE'S SPECTACLES.
Wholesale and Eetail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S.    -    Oolumbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time.  A nice lot ofCHRlSTIES   -i
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand.   New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
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DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
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DRY GOODS
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GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts
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BON MAROHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER & SHADWELL.
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