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OovornmoEt l-riulmg ofli
British
VOLUME 6
NEW WESTMINSTEB, B. 0., TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 21, 1889.
NUMBBE 120
PROFESSION-' AM BUSINESS CARDS.
T. C. ATKINSON,
ABBiaTEB, S0LICIT0K, 40. Offloes-
Masonlo Building, Sew Westminster,
dwtc
1.0.
AHMSTROSO tt KCK8TKIN,
BARRISTERS,  SOLICITORS,   ETO.-
It  Masonic Building,  New Wostmln-
ter, B. 0.  dwmy,to
W. MIH31AN UO-.B, O.O.,
JJABBISTEB'AT-LAW.LANDAaENT.
I Money to Loan. Offlcn-ClurliNOn St.,
ew Westminster, B 0. dto
COItKOI LD, nelMU. A MUM*.
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, el,'.  Offl-
oes-Masonie Buildings. Hew Westminster, ami Vancouvor, B. C.        uwto
A. C. BttYDOMB-JACK, M.A,
I VrOTARY PUBLIC, OONVBYANCEB,
JM Ac. Barrister of the Now Brunswick
Supreme Court.   Offloe  In tlie Hamley
1 Building, Columbia St., opposite tlie Colonial Hoiol. .  dapSto
JOSEPH K. QA YNOK, D.A..L1..B.
/-(OLD MEDALIST ol tlie UnlversltJ ot
tj    Dublin.   BABBISTEB-AT LAW ol
llio High Court ol Justice, Irelnnd. Oillces,
Corner MoKousle A clarkson ws., New
Westminster. dwtejlto
C. H. GATE WOOD, ll.D.S.,
SUBOEON DENTIST--*. Qraduato ot
the Baltimore Dental College, Is pre-
1 pared to do all kinds ot Dental work. Ill-
flee over McLennan A MoFeely's hardware storo, 18* Cordova St., Vancouver,
.B. C. ilapiljto
O. W. UH ANT.
LBOHITECT. Office-Corner Mary and
Olarkson Sts., Westminster,   dwtc
CLOW A MAOLURB,
I A R0HITECT8. OHloe-Boom E, over
I A BankofB.O.,ColumblaStreet,West-
| luTnster.  dtp
WILLIAM B. KING,
I   A BOHITEOT.SANITABYENGINEER,
IA   Ao.   BomovedtoArrastrong'sBlock,
I Columbia Streot,   Westminster - Room
lNo.1 dtp
W. THlBAtDBAV,
L"     AND SURVEYOR .'.I''" [>BAC«HTS-
man.  Hamley Bloek,.':,,'.' Wt'ifinln-
Ister.ao.  .'mylot"
A. ,'. t!0TT'):L,
ITVOMINIONjind PROVINCIAL h/iXV
|1J   SUItVE'Oll.  OltH'" l!ooi,lD,Banl;
ISfB. 0. building, Wostmlntts-,	
G. 1'1TTESDHI«:I,
■ OEALESTATb BROKER and County
I LV Court Akeiit. Commissioner, No'ary
■ public, Ae.  Rente collected. Oflice—"to-
iKenzle street, Now Woslmtnster, 11.0.
T. J. TKAPP,
A" UOTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
Columbia Htreet, New Westminster.
■All commissions will receive prompt
|,'ii« uareful atlvntlon. Best references
Ijivea when require'!. mhlH-to
TURNER, 11EKTON * CO.,
MERCHANTS. Wharf St., Vlotoila.
Agents for Nortii British and Mer-
Tcaiitile Insurance Co. for Mainland. H.
p. Bkkton A Co., i!8 Plnstrary Circus, Lon-
fton.E. 0. • dtc
IMAJOR & PEARSON
Beal Estato Brokers and
Fluaucial Agents*
kOENTS FOR
Confederation Mfc Association of
'      Toronto.
Royal and Lancaahlrc Plre Insnrance Companies*
I ■M.Vnlnablo Lots for sale ln the Oity
Itia District of Westminster; and choice
Tjota In the City of Vancouver.
J Persona wislihif* to buy or sell city or
lural property should communicate with
lis.
J OftlctiK! Sank of B.C. bulldine, opposite
lioNtottlce, Westmlnater, and Hum Intra Ht.,
yancouver. dwapieto
RAND BROS.
1BII, ESTATI3 BROKHRS,
Conveyancers*. ColUctori.
Anil Inaiiranea Agents,
ifflces at
NEW WESTMINSTEB: Corner
Mc Ken-do and Olarkson Sts.
VAN TOUVBK, Uoruova Htreet.
LONDON .Ehglni-d.
J BUILDINO LOTS for sale lu all auctions
If Vanoouver and New Wt-st minster City.
BFARM LANDS of superior quality for
■tie at Obllllwhack, Port lluinmon<l,
langley, Metaqut, Humus, Mud Buy, La-tier's Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
l.ul P1U River,
I Maps and Plana exhibited and tho full*
l-t Information furnlahcd at all nurortloes,
W. BOYILL,
leal Estate Agent
AND CONVEYANCER.
■BV WESTMINSTER:-Offlcet Mncken*
■ste Street.
tANCOUVER: — Omce, Abbott  Street,
near Cordova StreeU
I.Full List of Oity and Suburban Pro-
■ *rty.
~ particular attention paid  to Farming
Jands.
■ Accurate  information  to correspond*
dwmyCyl
ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
Ifivll Engineers, Land 8ur-
[veyorsA Draughtsmen.
real estate,
|nancial, shipping a commission agents
Fire, ure A Marine Insurance.
|oi,umiha8t., • Orr, CoLOMAt. Ilori-t,
NBW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
■lIVK PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
■ j tcntlou to nil professional ordora and
1 nder their st-rviccs to iv-tldenta and non-
Jialdenta having Cily or Country Properly
It dispose of or Ut-.-.h i nt* prolltttljlc Invoat-
■lent.
■ Our lists of eHglhlo properties nro com-
■ rolictislvi' und constantly reeelvliiKnildl-
liona, andonr fuvomblo eastern conni-*--
I'oub both ln CnniulA and tho Atlantic
■tales givo us unuaiml facilities for buai-
meas,
I Special attention will 'bo paid to the
f urclKu-R and Inapectlon of Lumber Tor
Shipment lo foreign ports. Tonnage chur-
■ered and general shipping business I runs*
leted. dwaplyl
lacpherson& Thomson
! Of Ontario nnd Marquette, Mlohigan,
have opened a
IN THE HOUROOK "LOCK,
liolumbla Street. 8 doors East
of Telegraph OIHcc.
J Thoy hsvs a complete assortment ot
Iverythlng usually found In n flrst-olass
lira, store, comprising puro and fresh
I'RUQS, OHEMIOAL8,
PATENT MIOIOINIS,
TOILET ARTIOLES,
f.NQLHH, FRENOH AND
AMERIOAN PERFUMES.
I1 Physicians' prescriptions carefully corn-
Bounded dny and night. fendlm
WANTED-TO RENT.
i N IMPROVED FARM, For full pur*
_ L tlculnrs, apply In writing to P. 0. Box
I', New Westminster. dwmyVml
WANTED-TO RENT,
- OR 0-BOOHBD HOUSE within len
I) minute.'walk of Posl-omoe.-RICH-
■--.BDS, HAYWOOD A MACKINTOSH,
Jtcal Estate and Financial Agents, Colonial Building, Colnmbla bt,, New West-
Bluster, B.V. dmvaoto
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of tho best makes; Cross-cut & Hand-Saws,
Barbed Wire lor Fencing, and "ll Hi" Decenary I'lennlls lor Furoilni*i
Pulley Blocks, Snaten .Blocks. Hope & Chain inallsi-es) PitcB,
Tar & Oakumi Tarred and Flam Paper for Bulldlngi Paints & Otis
in all colors; Liquid Paints in all shades; Floor Paints 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,
er Special attention givon to orders by mail.
• T. T. TSAPP SO CO.,
dwjly3to CmcasiA Stbket, Nbw Wisthinstss.
GRANT A MAOLURE.
Boots & Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
New Spring GoodsI
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
ar.  as*  3^£^^i**iS503xr's
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbln Street,
New Westminster.
Globe House!
TT-TST      EB.OSIVBD,
The Latest Novelties in Ladies'
Straw Hats and Bonnets,
Silk Dolmans
and Mantles,
TmM.WBn.__mm MXTSMMm  WM^k.\mim,
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
Insurance and Financial
AGENTS.
NEW WESTMINSTER, 02RMM.,KiSiftT.KT,?.M
VANCOUVER,
CORNER CORDOVA ANO
ABBOTT STREETS.
—AND—
ANDERSON BLOCK.
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG.
I07ICANNON ST.
Farming Lands f Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia and Front Sts.,
In central portion of the city; several
buildings bring good rcnt-8i-',000.00.
Lot 4, Block 7, near Lytton Squaro,
611x132 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Front Sts.-S6,000.00.
Comer Lot on Columbia St., 33x60 feet—
84,000.00,
Also—Lot snd Building with stook of
Ooods. ono of the best business stands
in the oity.
Improved Residential Property
Lot 10, Block 13; two houses rented at
paying figures—$4,1)00.00.
House and Lot on Lome St., near Col-
umkla-timOO.
Lois 4, 5 k II, Block 10; good house,
gardon, 4c; choice residence property
-ifi,28O.0O.
Corner Lot on Columbia'St.; fenced and
oleared-JISOO.OO.
House and Lot on Columbia St.; one of
the finest residences in the city—$7,-
000.00.
House and Lot on Royal Avenuo, near
Douglas St.-f2,000.00.
House nnd 3 Lots, corner Royal Avonue
and St. Patrick's St.; no bettor residence sito in the otty—910,000,00.
I sore, with 7 houses, near tho Park—
16,000.00,
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Blook 38; corner lot on Agnes St.;
lino residence sito-tl2l)0.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., nesr Queen's
Avenue—(600.00 each.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas nnd Hall-
fax Sts,, near Clinton St.; fine views
and well sltuatod-1350.00, 1376.00,
(600.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton -
(300.00.
Lot 0, SubBlock 10; fine residenco lots-.
Lots on Pelham St., near Mary-MOO.OO
each.
Lot on Pelham St., near St. Andrew's;
fino slte-(600,00.
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne—
(350.00.
Lot In St. Andrew's Sunare-CIOO.OO.
Lots in Block fronting on North Am
road | finest chsnee In the market fo:
residence or -peculation—(125.00 tt
(176,06.
Lots In Subdivision of Lot 11, subBloel
12-160.00 to (136.00.
Lot. In Subdivision of Lot 17, subBlock
1.1—(100.00 each.
Lots In Westminster Addition st (15,60
to (10.00,
dwanslte
Absolutely Pure*
LZTbls powder never varlen. A mm-vol of
purity, Htreiijtth and wholesomenQBR. More
•ooDomlcal than tbe ordinary kmiln, and
cannot be sold ln competition wltb the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold onlyln cane.
BoyalBaking Powder Co., 106 Wall ftU,
New York.
Jtfely
FOB  SALE.
A YOUNG HOHSE; GOOD * SOUND;
will work single ordouble.  Apply
to SHKKIPF ARMSTRONG.    dmy7iul
TO RENT.
THE STORE FORMERLY OCCUPIED
by Foulds & Co., In tbo Masonic and
Od'l Fellows' Block, New Westminster.—
Apply to                         WM. McCOLL.
dap2to	
NewWestminster Gas Co
A LIMITED NUMBER OF   SHARES
ln the above Company for sale-
Apply to        DAVID MORRIS,
Sec.-Treas. A ManRger.
New West., May 8,1881). dmySml
FOR_8ALE.
mENDBRSWILLBE RECEIVED UPTO
J.   the 4th of June next for the purchase
Lots 161 & 1-64, Group One,
NewWestminster District, subject lo three
overdue mortgage*-   thereon, umimnti-ij*
In ull, wltb imetust, to 92.77fi.00.
1  The hl-*tic.stiii- uny tnimer not necessarily accepted.  By order,.
W. H. FALDING,
dmy2ml District Registrar ft. C.
Plants for Sale!
OBBAI*
'   ATTHB   '
&
Is Cheat Variety, Inoludiko.
ERANIUMS. Doublo and Single: PIT-
\> CHI AS, all now Varieties* flOSEH,
Double PETUNIAS, MOON*PLOWEKs;
a flue collection of DAHLIAS (named
varieties) ANNUALS, 25 cts. per do/..
Mixed BEDDING PLANTS, 11,50 per do?..
I offer 10 Plants for tl, lnoludln-* 1 Storm
King Fuuhla. Bouquet*), Wreaths nnd
Crosses mado to order. Fruit, Vegetables
and Flowers iu store, next City Hotel, Co*
lumbla St. Orders by mull promptly attended to      Ldwi.p:iyJ]     P. L.1TIIAH.
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
wtim+i
J.J.WILSON, - MAHACE*.
Rates, $1.00 and $1.50 per Day,
ACCORDINa TO ROOM.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OR MONTH.
SOT Parties supplied with all kinds of
I0E-CREAM. dinytal
T. A. MUIR & GO.
Chemists & Druggists,
QUEEN'S KOTCt BtnoK      -      NEW WESnUMTU
A CHOICE LINE OF
Brushes,     Perfumes,
Combs,      SachetPowdrs
Sponges,     Soaps,
TOILET   ARTICLES.
1-ioBcii-itions m. 1 Family Rcclpeicatrc-
fully dlspoiiBuil from' puro Drugs.
NlRbl ItsHHl-rndanrr. ilnplta
Loweiteri Harris
so oo.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AVD	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Buslneu relating to
Real Estate,
—AOENTS FOR—
London Ajsinneo Corporation.
Connecticut fire Insurance Co. of
Hirlford.
london and Lancashire Llie Assurance Co.
Canton Insurance Otlcc, Ld. (Marine)
OFFICES!
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
4WMM-1
N0TE8 AND COMMENTS.
H. Eider Haggard has made publishing arrangements for a new story,
in which Queen Esther will prominently figure. Tbe author has gone
to Asia Minor and Persia to study
local color.
Tbo Episcopal Bishop of British
Oolumbia is now in England. At
a breakfast given in Cambridge, he
spoke of bis work and described his
house ns follows: A simple wooden
shanty without windows or roof,
and the first thing he and his wife
had to do, was to nail strips of
calico across tho roof to keep out
the moonlight.—Ex.   Who is  he t
One of the Australian courts is
called upon to deoide a novel and
difficult question. A Roman Catholic merchant left in his will a bequest of $7,000 to be used to deliver
his soul from purgatory. The executor demands legal proof -from the
local priests that the conditions of
the will have been complied with
before he will pay ovor the money.
Samoa, which is attracting so
muoh attention now, is generally regarded asa savage island, but a
large proportion of tbe people are
Christians. A missionary says: "I
would guarantee to take the first
twenty men, women and children
that I should meet with in Samoa,
and I would back them in Bible
knowledge against any twenty I
should meet in this country."
A good story is going the rounds
of the British press about Mr. Glad
stone. Invited to subscribe to a
certain charity, he replied on the
usual postal card thut inuumerable
applications of the kind were received by him, and that ho had to
confine his donations to local needs.
The post-card was duly put up to
uuction, fetching two guineas, and
the G. O. M. appeared on tho list of
subscribers as a donor to that
amount.
A piece of fat pork succeeded in
starting a remarkable series of accidents in u Crawfortlsville (Ind.)
household. It bad been placed in a
pan in the oven of a stove, caught
firo and blazed out into the room.
A boy helped the situation by throwing on water, when the hot grease
was scattered over him, burning
him severely, He bolted out of the
door and fell over his little brother,
knocking the latter senseless, and-
at the same time the father, hastening to the burned child's assistsnee,
fell down stairs and was rendered
unconscious. The lire meanwhile
wont out.
The following is going the rounds
of the press: A neat story is told
of a Roman Oatholio priest in Victoria, whose sermons are usually of
a practical kind. On entering the
pulpit on Sunday he took with him
a walnut to illustrate the character
of the various Christian churches.
He told the people the shell was
tasteless and valueless—that was
the Wesleyan Ohurch. The skin
wus nauseous, disagreeable and
worthless—that was the Presbyterian Ohurch. He then said he would
show them .the Holy Roman Apostolic Ohurch, He cracked the nut
for the kernel and—found it rotten I
Then his reverence coughed violently and pronounced the benediction.
An interesting calculation, solving
the question of how many minutes
have passed at tho end of 1888 since
the beginning of the Christian era,
has been published in an article
which appears in a recent issue of
the "Neueste Nachrichten" (Mun-
ohen) The result will be a surprise
to a good many, for not one milliard
have elapsed, The writer gives us
tho figures of his calculation, and
figures are acknowledged to be stubborn things. He states that 1888
multiplied by 365 days equals 689,-
120 days, to which must be added
460 leap days, making a total of
689,580 days, which contain 16,-
549,920 hours, or 992,995,200 minutes, that is, 7,004,800 minutes less
than a milliard, The full milliard
of minutes will not bo reached until
10:40 a.m. on April 68, 1902.
St. Paul, who took but small
account of tho charms of women,
declared, "If a woman huvo long
hair it is-a glory to her." The same
sentiment bas descended through the
centuries, if we except the late
interval when a French fashion of
bobbing heads held sway for u few
months. It is noticeable thnt of
the majority of women fow have
abundant heads of hair, nnd quality
gives way to quantity; tho finer the
hair, the less there is apt to be of it.
It is also a matter of comment that
tho abundant tresses that crown the
heads of many girls, become conspicuously scant as they approach
their thirtieth year. The cause of
this deterioration oan bo traced, in
many cases, to the rage for blonde
hair. That not blonde by nature
becomes blonde by art; and sapped
of its vitality by injurious washes,
soon deadens and falls out. But
another oause of this early loss of
hair is without doubt the failure to
give it proper care, and as the vigor
of youth departs, tho growth of tho
hair perceptibly weakens. Hair
should be well brushed, but never
combed, says an authority, and the
fine toothed comb ia an abomination,
—Em.   	
The remains of Major Short were
removed on Saturday morning. The
military cortege was the most impos'
ing ever seen in the city of Quebeo.
PARNELL COMMISSION
Hr. O'Brien Telle of the Good Work
Performed by the Land League
in Ireland.
The Fete in Honor of the Comte
De Paris' Silver Wedding:
is Abandoned.
The Princess Beatrice is Safely Delivered of a Son To-day.  Hr.
Yates' Gable.
O B1UEN8 KVIIlBNCE.
London, May 21,— William O'Brien
teahficd to-day before the Parnell
cummiuioii. The fact that his testimony was expected to-day drew large
crowds to the court room, and the
witness was listened to with great attention. Owing to O'Briens weak
condition, the result of long imprisonment, he was allowed to remain seated.
ln «low weak voice, whioh it was difficult to hear beyond the counsel's table,
the witness gave a detailed account of
agrarian outrages perpetrated in county Tipperary prior to the formation of
National League in that distriot. The
league, said the witness, after established, prevented wholesale famine
and fearful war in Ireland in 1870.
The witness declared no murder had
been committed in Tipperary since the
league formed a branch there.
BOTH VESSELS SINK.
London, May 21.-—The steamers
Beresford, bound for Hartlepool, and
German Emperor, for London, collided in the channel this morning. Both
vessels sank almost immediately. It
ia believed over 30 persons were
drowned. Nine of the survivors landed at Dover.
LATER.
Reports of the collision in the channel between the sirs. Beresford and
Gentian Emperor were exaggerated by
the survivors, who landed at Dover.
Only the German Emperor sank. The'
Beresford was lost sight of and it was
thought that she went down too, but
she succeeded in keeping afloat and
made for Gravuseid, where she arrived in a damaged condition. She
has on board 22 of her own crew and
twelve of the crew of the German Emperor. Both vessels were bound out,
the Beresford from Hartlepool and the
German Emperor from London.
,  ANOTHER FHINCE.
London, May 21,—The Princess
Beatrice hus been safely delivered of a
son.
TUB HERMAN STRIKES
Berlin, May 21 —It is thought the
great strike in Westphalia is virtually
over. Labor in this oity continues
restless. The reason for this is that
the . latent demands were refuied.
Three thousand men left work to-day,
completely suspending building operations. The strike on tramways has
been averted, but employees are dissatisfied.
EASILY  SATISFIED.
Paris, May 21.— M. Lockray fought
a duel this morning with M. Berg,
editor of the Lyons Republican. The
weapons selected were sabres, M.
Lockrny received a slash on the arm,
when his honor was declared satisfied.
A ROYAL VISIT.
Berlin, May 21.—King Humbert,
the Prince of Naples and Premier Crispi arrived here to-day. They were
met at the station by the Emperor
William, attended by a retinue of
princes and generals and Prince Bis*
marck. The visitors were cordially
welcomed by the emperor, who era-
braced King Humbert and the Grown
Prince. Troops were lined to the
castle mid numerous arches were
erected under which the procession
passed. Every building on tho route
waa profusely decorated with German
and Italian emblems mingled. The
streets were crowded with people, who
displayed great enthusiam at the sight
of the two Monarchs sitting side by
side.
MR. YATES1 0A6LE.
London, Mny 21.—There is not the
slightest foundation for the widely circulated report that Ireland is to bu
visited this year by either the queen
or Prinoeof Wales. Her majesty g es
to Balmoral for the autumn on leaving
her palace, and the Prince of Wales,
who goes it is asserted to Hamburg
from Carlsbad, will remain on the continent till toward the end of October.
Everything was ordered tn be in readiness for the queen's arrival at Bulmoral
on Saturday last, snd the interior of
the castlo having just undergone its
annual renovation, the whole place ii
in spick and span order, while all
walks in grounds and private drives in
the royal forests have been brought
into a trim condition. The dato of
her majesty's arrival at Balmoral depends entirely upon tho health of the
Princess Beatrice, but she is not expected until the ond <>f next week.
The queen's spring sojourn will bo
much shorter than usual, as it is settled she leaves there for Windsor on
Friday, June 21st. The .queen hss
lost one of her oldest and most devoted
servants in Miss Hildynrd. Sho went
as govorness to tho Princess Royal
and tho Piinco ofWaloswhon they
wore quite little children, and remained
iu the queen's servico nearly twenty
years. After leaving the queen Miss
Hildyard lived iu the quaint little
house in Regents park. The royal
family were all much attached to her,
and frequently visited her. Miss Loftus, the maid of honor, is daughter of
Capt. and Lady Kalherine Loftus, and
niece of Ladv Ely. Miss Loftus is a
pretty and bright girl, and went down
to Windsor before she was appointed
to be inspected by the royal family,
ond being approved of, was gazetted.
AT BUCKINUIIAM.
The most noticeable jc-wels at Buckingham palace Inst Tuesday wero the
fine and huge sapphires on the Duchess of Edinburgh burden of gems. By
the way of contrast the most noticeable man was the blind grand duke,
who stood for two wholo hours up*
right and serene amid a brilliance
which be could only Imagine.
THE EMPRESS EUGENIE.
Those who met the Empress of the
French in the course of her daily walks
At Malvern laat week, in which she
was always accompnnied by Naioine
Bourbakf, wen surprised to pee how
muoh of her old beauty she still retains. Accompanied by a suite of six
she arrived quite unexpectedly at the
Foley Arms.   Her visit to Worcester
shire is likely to be repeated as her
health was greatly benefitted by the
fine air of the hills during her stay.
Lady Henry Somerset welcomed her
to EiiBtn-ir castlo, and although she
was unable to carry out her intention
of going over to see Lady Emily Foley
at Stoke F-dith park, she found timo
to spend un entire day at Birmingham
and to take numerous drives iq the
neighborhood. Nothing pleased ber
more than the entire absence of mobbing, and the respectful sympathy
shown to her by all those whom she
happened to meet
COUNTERMANDED.
Thu silver wedding fetes of the
Comte and Comtesse DeParis, at the
Scar and Garter, which were to have
brought all the world to Richmond at
the end of the month, have been suddenly countermanded although the
Due de Chartres arrived thero on
Wednesday. The Frenoh government seems to have made it clearly
understood that t he projected gathering
would be regarded in the light of an
anti-republican demonstration, and
thst the penalty of exile might very
possibly be visited on all those participating nrrt. Under these circumstances and especially with a view to the
approaching elections, it was deemed
prudent to abandon the idea. The
celebration will therefore be of a purely domestic oharaoter.
IS IT AN OMEN.
j The house in Portland place now
occupied by General Boulanger was
tenanted last yesr by Mr. Darcy, tbe
Australian millionare, who owns the
Morgan mine, but its florid furniture
evidently belongs to the epoch of its
original owner, Colonol Ellis, who
won fame as a financial broker and
was suddenly transferred into a
folly fledged colonel and Persian
consul general. By a strange coincidence the great bust of Napoleon
immediately faces the door of the general's study and figures of Louis XVI
and Marie Antoinette adorn tbe mantel; and in the drawing room the first
things which meet the eye are ' the
features of Napoleon 3rd and Empress.
Eugenie. The general's Frenoh visitors insist on regarding the. relics in
the light of a favorable omen.
FRENCH   TRAGEDY,
London, May 20.—The encounter
between M, M, Rochefort and Pilotel,
on Regent street, last evening, is the
sensation of the hour. Both gentle*
men have been beseiged by interviewers to-day and their statements concerning tho affair are widely at variance with one another. M. Rochefort
gave the following version of., it: "I
was walking along Regent street
about 7 o'olock last night, when suddenly I saw Pilotel walking toward
me. He stopped in front of me
and struck a pugilistic attitude at the
same time threatening to 'punch' my
head. Pilotel continued his threatening language, and, merely for the purpose Of frightening him, I drew a re*
volver and pointed it at time. The
pistol was in a. leather esse, tightly
clasped, so that I oould not possibly
have fired it had I wished to do so.
When Pilotel saw tho harmless weapon, he dropped his hands and ran
away tallowing 'murder.' In spite of
the serious view token "f the affair by
the police and bystanders, tbey could
not control their laughter at the fellow's cowardice any more than tbey
oould conceal their contempt for his
conduct" The version given by M,
Pilotel denies in almost every
particular the statement of M.
Rochefort. He insists that the
pistol wss not only without a
cover, but that it was cooked. - M,
f ilotel indignantly denies that he ran
away, and striotly speaking he didn't,
for he had scarcely turned his back
upon his antagonist and started to run
when he was seized by the police.
The belief is general that the migis-
trate before whom the two will be
brought tn-morrow will treat hoth
prisoners, and especially Rochefort,
with all tbe severity warranted by the
circumstances,
Daiald 'Traths."
Liat Saturday William Fraser, better known as "Scotty," met with an
accident while at work clearing off
ground for the smelting oompany.
He, with others, was engaged in felling
a tree. In falling, the tree struck
-another and kioked baok, the butt end
striking Mr. Fraser, knocking him
senseless. He was placed under tha
euro of Drc Orton and Campbell, who
say thnt he will be around in a few
days.
The people of the Oolumbia valley,
assisted by all the Indians on Tobacco
plains, intend to celebrate her most
gracious majesty's seventieth birthday
in royal style, Horse races, athletic
(■ports, spoeohes, etc., will be some of
tho -itirncttoni- to say nothing of the
natural beauty of the placo at whioh
the celebration will be held. Captain
Armstrong will run his splendid steamer Duchess for the convenience of
those from this section who wish to
mako the trip. The boat will leave
Golden at 13 o'olock Thursday, the
23rd, and return on Sunday; fare for
the round trip $5.
Tho government has put the trail to
Porcupine creek in first olass order,
Mr. Cameron finishing up the job
Thursday. He reports considerable
snow out there, but that is fast disappearing. A few men are on the ground,
and more will follow Monday, Holland & Co. will start a boarding house,
intending to charge miners the reasonable rate of a dollar a day for board,
The Discovery, the Elsie, and the
Donald Gold Mining Companies will
all be at work by June 1st, The latter oompany has both shallow and
deep ground, and its stockholders will
either have much money or all be dead
broke in the fall.
The Presbyterian Synod concluded
its session at Winnipeg Friday night
after adopting a strong resolution on
the Jesuits' question. Rev. Dr. Stafford, of Toronto, lectured to a large
audience on the disallowance question
the same night.
The court of appeals on Saturday
granted the Toronto Mail leave to appeal the recent judgment ot the superior oourt. This puU the ease off
till ~
GOVERNOR-GENERAL
And Suite will Spend the Summer
■   Months on the lower St.
Lawrence.
Mayor Cunningham, of Amelias-
burg, Meets Death by Drowning In .Lake Eoblln.
riALBDOHI* *   tt.   ANDREW'S
\J BOCinTY.-Tlir regular meetings of
tills Association on li.ldon the lut Tuesday of eeeh month, »t 8 o'olook p.m, All
Hcotohmen ar. Incited to attend.-Johr
Built, See. 	
The Greek Church and School at
San Francisco Totally Destroyed by Fire.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastoria
STANLEY' TO   LEAVE FOB. HIS   SUMMB
UBSIDSNOS, '
Ottawa, May 20.—His eieellency
the governor general, accompanied by
Lsdy Stanley, Miss Lister, Oapt. and
Mrs. Codville, and tho Bon. William
Stanley, will leavo on Thursday nut,
the 23rd inst,, for his eioetltnoy's
residence on the Cucapedia.
A O-iX OI BEA-IDV DID IT.
Bbllevkw, May 20.—A two year
old sou of P., Csrrooalty, wss found on
the floor insensible, with a bottle that
hnd contained a gill of brandy beside
him. Every effort was made to save
the child but he died after 24 hours of
terrible agony.
ABANDONED HER CHILD.
Halifax, May.20. —Christy Bout-
killer, of St. Margarets Bay, wbo wu
seduced by a soldier last yesr, was arrested on Saturday for abandoning her
ohild. The father has gone to Bermuda.
SUICIDED.
Inoeksoll, Ont,, May' 20.—Frank
Wheeler, aged 30 years, committed
suicide here by cutting his throat. He
had been employed by theBvsos Bros.,
piano m.nufaoturing cotnnsny, bnt
was discharged from their service
about two week. ago. Among his offsets were found letters from his
mother at Kingston and one from a
brother;
CONSERVATIVES NOMINATED.
Weston, Ont., May 20.—The conservatives of Weat York here nominated F. Turner, and 0. T£ Bracken-
dale for the Ontario legislature.
DEOWNED.
Winohan, Ont, May 20.—While
bathing in the river yesterday morning, Arthur Long, tinsmith, aged 10,
took cramps aud was drowned, .
ANOTHER BLAZE IN QUEBEC.
Quebec, May 20.—Hossaek's grocery
store, on Garden street, was gutted by
lire.   The loss is heavy.
THE MAVOH OF AMELIASBUKO DBOWNED.
Asieliasbi-ro, Ont., May 20-
Mayor Cunningham was drowned in
Boblin Lake by the uputtiug of •' nil
boat.
LAMB FIRE.
New York, May 21.—The five
story brick building on Front St., occupied by Chas. E. Bellow,'storage
warehouse, J. It. Merrihew and John
Wright, dealer, in teas and coffees,
wss totally burned this morning. -Loss
580,000; fully insured.
A OKEEK CHDBOH BURNED. •
San Fbanoisco, May 21.—The Rus-
sisnehurch of this city wss almost
completely destroyed by tire at one
o'clock thia morning. In connection
with the church was a school for boys,
of whom there were thirty-two, together with six priests, sleeping in
the place whon the fire broke out. All,
fortunately, escaped, but lost all their
effects.   The loss is about (26,000,
Sartially covered by insuranc To.
ly is the feast of St Nicholas, the patron Russian saint, and extraordinary
preparation's have been mad. to cele-
tiratethe saint's anniversary with all
the pomp and ceremonial wliich the
Oreek rite, admit. The festival also
wastobeasort of farwell to Bishop
Vladimir, who wu to leave for an
episcopal visit to Aluka and th. Aleutian Isles by the Russian man-uf-war
Kreyesser, whioh was designated by
the Russian government for that
special purpose. The bishop expected
to leave for Aluka to-morrow, but will
probably be detained for some time in
consequence of the calamity whioh hu
befallen his episcopal aest.
DIED SUDDENLY.
St. Albans, Vt, May 21.—Hon.
Guy C. Noble, one of the meet prominent lawyers in Vermont, died suddenly at his homo in St Albans this morning.
HENRY VILLARD EXPLAINS
New Yoek, May 20.-H.ntJ Villard, speaking lut night of the contest between Elijah Smith and himself for the control of tho Oregon Transcontinental, said: "It is absolutely
untrue that I was an instrument in
bringing about the present oornor of
the stock. We have done nothing beyond buying atock, paying for it, and
holding on to it I presume the other
side hu done the same. The corner
waa simply due lo the foolishness of
tho shorts in selling more slock than
there is. I am very anxious to put an
end to the distn**. :;t; state of thing.
at the atook exchi n-*.c. I am thinking
somewhat of propa'ing to the other
side that each shall contribute 10,000
shares of our holdings for the relief ot
the market, under proper conditions
and restrictions. I hold nearly 200,-
000 share, and hold proxies for 5,000
more. The other side do not think so,
but I propose having a committee of
three prominent neutral bankers to
prove our holdings from the stock
ledger of the Oregon Transcontinental
Company."
WRONGED ANOTHER MAN'S WIFE.
New York, Mty 20.-Qeorge H.
Jennings, real estate sgent of Elens-
burg, Washington Territory, wu arretted here Sunday night and hu bun
committed to prison to wait a requisition. He is cbar-nd with wronging
the wife of L. M. Mestelle, another
real estate agent, of Elsnsburg, who
hu reposed a great deal of conlldenoe
In him. J.nntngs SU the latter part
of April of lut veer. During hi. ad-
venture., of whioh he wu reticent, a
tmall piece of steel by som. accident
pierced one of his eyeballs and nearly
distroyed hi. eyesight He wu under
trestraent here when .nested.
KEEPER AtPOINTED.
Washinoton, May 20,—Capt. 0.1.
Bordon, of New Bedford, Conn., hu
been selected by the sscreutry of tho
tieitury to havo charg. ot tha new
harbor of refuge, for shipwi*sck«l
whalers and Arctic uplonrt, tt Point,
Barrow. He leaves this wuk lor tha
cout and will' leave Sin Francisco
June 1st on the V. S. sttam.r Bear,
Two .ulstsrata will acoomp.ny Mm.    ' tsmmmsAatiSa
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Alderman Scoullar will introduce
a by-law at next meeting of the
council to provide for the naming of
streets and the numbering of houses.
We are glad to see Alderman Scoullar moving in this matter. It is a
very necessary and important im-
firovement, that can be effected at
ittle cost, and, once' done, we will
wonder how on earth we have managed so long without it, With our
.increasing growth and dimensions as
' a city, the inconvenience and awkwardness of the present primitive
state of things in this respect is very
severely felt Besides, the absence
of street naming and 'numbering
is more remarked by Strang
to the prejudice and detriment
of the city, than it is by our
own oitizens, who, have in a manner
"got used to it" We may reasonably expect soon to have a postal
delivery in the city, and this
will be impossible unlets the streets
are properly named and the buildings numbered. Householder, will,
very probably, be called upon to pay
a nominal sum for houn numbers,
to defray part of the expense of a
thorough and uniform system of
naming and numbering, and every
citiien should so appreciate the common advantages to be derived from
the carrying out of such a scheme a.
to cc-operate heartily towards its
accomplishment
If Chief Justice Begbie is after
notoriety, in his unique behavior
towards the press and towards juries
who may happen to differ with bim
as regard, their verdict, he certainly
"gets there with both feet." The
principal Canadian and American
papers come to hand adorned with
sensational headings suoh as "Blackguardism on the Bench in British
Oolumbia," etc., and it is safe to say
that hardly a paper on the continent
will fail to record the disgraceful
incident; and language in . paragraph ot greater or less length. It
haa been ao with all of the chief
justice', "breaks" inthe put, which
nave not been few. While this
freely accorded notoriety may be the
"breath of his nostrils" to the eccentric bencher, it reUeota discreditably
upon hi. learned and more conventional associates, a. well aa upon the
fair name of the province. It is
peculiarly unfortunate that one who
contributed so largely in the early
days to enforce law and justice and
to establish an enviable re*JUbMien
for ihe* province as being a ipot
where British law wu firmly and
impartially administered, while the
entire coast betide was the scene of
rampant lawlessness, should now,
in his old age, cause people to forget
his put services in the odium which
attaches to the ridiculous performances of his declining years. It is
not uncommon to hear of men outliving their usefulness and thereafter
merely cumbering the ground. Oan
it be that the ohiet justice hu
reached this stage) It is to be feared
so. At a chief justice, however high
and mighty he may get to feel, is
nothing more than the servant of
tbe people, who pay all the salaries,
it is in order for the free and sovereign people, through their repretenta-
tjvet'whoare, or should be,alao, their
servants) to send suoh an one his
resignation, whenever they come to
the conclusion that hit office would
be more faithfully and creditably
filled by some other incumbent; and
this conclusion it rapidly being
forced.
The Pott-Intelligencer poys high
tribute to the. memory of Major
Rogers, recently deceased, and draw,
the following interesting comparison, between the celebrated engineer
of the O.P.R. and General Anderson, who performed like eminent
engineering service, for the N.F.R.
Bay. our cotemporary: The untimely death of General Adna Anderson,
following so scon after that of hia
gnat professional rival, Major Roger*, Invite, public attention to the
lira of thete two men, to the work
which they accomplished, and to the
imperishable monuments which will
alwayi'recall tbelr name* to the
people of the Pacifio Northwest
These two, Anderson and Rogers,
■nay fairly be classed among the
great engineers of the century.
Their standing in their profession,
and the magnitude of the work
which thej success!-Unaccomplished
alike antitlea them to thi. distinction, The completed Northern Ft-
oUo railroad will ever baa monument to the genius of one; the computed Oanadian Pacific to the genius
of Im otber. Not unnaturally, the
Pacifio Northweit wm the field
when both of theae neb performed
their boat and greatest professional
work. Major So-reft, entered the
employ of the Northern Pacifio in
the early day. o) that oompany, and
the greater twit of the road wu
located by him. It I. Mid that
while In thia wndoehe explored the
C-aooade tMtmMlna ee thn bad
never 1*efot% r,*een explorer!. He
^gbl; familiar '**#
1-etween Suttt* and
Western Washington.   The experience which he thru gained in mountain engineering recommended him
to the managers  of the Oanadian
Paoific when the engineers of that
road had absolutely failed to find a
practicable poss through the Selkirk
mountains.   Major Rogers brought
to this new field all the experience
gained by his work in the Cascades,
and he soon discovered the Kicking
Horse pan, through which the road
was successfully located. After severing his connection with the Oanadian ' Pacific he made several more
explorations  of the mountains of
Washington territory,  though  he
stoadfastly refused to say in whose
interest this work wu done.   As
the location of the Canadian Pacific
through the Kicking Horse pus was
the greatest result of Rogers' efforts,
the location of the Northern Pacific
through tbe Stampede pan wm the
greatest result of those of Anderson.
General Anderson practically took
up the work of locating the Northern  Pacific where Major Rogers
dropped it, and the location of the
Cascade division is entirely due to
him.   Thus the mountain work of
the western end of tbe Canadian Pacific and tbat at the western end of the
Northern Pacific stand as the typical
monuments of theae two men.   As
they were professional rivals, the two
works are naturally contrasted, each
with the other, and men judge of tho
relative skill of Rogers and Anderson
by comparing the work in the Kicking Horse with that in the Stampede
pass.   It is not easy to estimate the
debt which the community owes to
•uch men as Rogers and Anderson.
Without such genius as theirs tho
Pacifio Northwest could not  havo
been connected by rail with the East.
The mountain barrier presented  a
problem which conld be solved only
by engineering abilities of the highest
order, and the successful solution of
that problem attests the greatness of
the men who solved it. Neither Rogers nor Anderson ever gave evidence
of the possession of executive ability
of a high order.   Their talents were
purely of a  constructive nature.
They could determine where a railroad should  be built and how it
should be built, but they could not
operate  it  or manage its finances.
Their work properly ended when the
roads were built, but the building of
the roads would have been impossible without them.   They were the
pioneers who opened the trail over
whioh  the  iron  hone  daily and
hourly draws its burden.   The people of the Pacifio Northwest will
long hold the names of Rogers and
Anderson in honored remembrance.
Without such genius as theirs our
prosperity could not be.   Thev leveled  the  barrier of isolation and
made our country one with that
which lies beyond tho mountains.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Roal Estate and Financial Agency
RICHARDS, HAYWOOD & MACKINTOSH,
Conveyancers tt Notaries Public.
IP. O. Sox 219.
Teloplxoiio 2To. SI.
Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms easy.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
Money to Loan.
WE DO NOT SPECULATE OURSELVES, but give our customers llio benefit of all our special bargains.
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Job printing of all kindi neatly done
at the Columbian offlce. Prioei will be
found an low ai at any other office in
the prorinoj —Ada
Children Cryfor.Pitcher'sCastoria
nAPTUT CHURCH. Avxee Hlrael,
D Bast of Mary Street. Lott'a Day
8ervlceiatna.nl. and 7 p. ra. •Sabbath
School and Bible Class at 8:30 p. ra. All
seats free; strangers cordially welcomed.
—Rev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.	
METHODIST CHURCH, Hary
Street. Rev. J. H. White, Pastor.
tleee at 11 a. m, and 7 p. m. Sunday
School and Bible oitass 2:80 p. m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at 7,30p.m, Seats
free; strangers cordially Invited,
§T. PAUL'S CHUROH, John Street,
) Opposite Orange Hall. Rev, Thomas
Addon. Pastor, Services every Sunday
at 11 a, ra, and 7 p. ra. Thursday evenlngr
at 7:30 o'clock. Seats free; nil are oordl
ally Invited. Sunday School at 2:30 p. m.
'HE QUEEN'S IS A FINE BKIOK HOTEL, FINISHED IN
_ tje best ctyle1 and i.fcted with all modern conveniences, having
bath mover, and clo ti on every iloor. Ib has lately been elegantly furnished throughout, and the appointments are completo in every way.
* The cuisine, under the charge of a first-class white chef, is a specialty,
and the best of everything will always be found on the table.
The Queen's iB intended to be a superior house in every respect, and
we hope- by care and attention to the comfort and wants of guests, to
win their appreciation. .
Terms, $2.00 to $S.OO per Day.
MILLER & CO., Proprietors.
Canadian Pacific Railway.
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
Qw:  __   ._.
nelsiind other Craft navfj-aUnK tlio
r niser River are cautioned to keep wllhln
pi'lnted Red nnd White, re*
NEUSAND MASTERS OF VES*
ti:
speotivefy. at the MlBsi-m Bridge, us 'dur
ing the construction nf the Bridge, navigation between the banks of the River
nnd tbe Buoy* Is ilangeroUB, owing to piles
beiug driven there.
H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent,
Vancouver, B. O., 7th May, 1880. dmy8tc
m.
NOTIOE.
IHE UNDERSIGNED WILL RECEIVE
p'oTa-.daj.M.y'.stli.ls.xs,
purchase ol LO'l'f,,BUBUB-
BAN BLOCK 13, New Westminster Oil;
containing 12acres, anil LuTa.KUBUI
BAN BLOCK 5, New Westminster City,
containing 11-5-th acres.
Terms cash. Title guaranteed. The
owner reserves the right to ueeept or reject, uny tender.
BIOHARD9, HAYWOOD A
MACKINTOSH,
Real Estato and Financial Agents, Colonial Building, Columbln St., New West-
mluiter, B. O. dray-Old
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MerchantTailors
ARE SHOWING A
r-HURCH OF ENGLAND. - HOLY
\j TRINITY OHURCH; Rector, The
Ven. Archdeacon Woods. 8. MARY'S
CHURCH: Rector, Tbe Bishop. Services
lo both churches every day. All seats
free. Both churches open all day/or private prayer. ^^
C. T. U—REGULAR MEETING
., . every Wednesday afternoon at 8
o'clock at the W. C. T. U. Headquarters,
Douglas St.   Loyal LejrJon ln tbe same
Blace every Friday afternoon.—Mits. Jan.
unninoham, President; Mias DeBeck
Secretary;	
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ALE DOHIA A   ST.   ANDREW'S
SOCIETY .—The regular meetings of
thli Association are held on the lost Tuesday of eaoh month, nt 8 o'clock p.m. All
Scotchmen are Invited to attend. -John
Buie, Sec.
A O. F.-COURT LOUD DUFFERIN.
A. No. 6S0t The regular meetings of
the above Court are held nt tlie Foresters'
Hall, on the flrst an-l third Wednesday In,
eaoh montb, at8 p, m.—JN<>. McMuiu-nv,
Senr., P. C. ft.
B      VBIOB 1
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rTf\ tbeMasc
Wednesday ln eaci
LOU I IK No, It, A. P.
M.— Ttie regular mcet-
__! tbls Lodge are bold ln
. ._. Masonic Temple on the flrat
Wednesday ln each montb, at 7:30 o'clock
{>. m. Sojourning brethren are cordially
nvited to attend.—W. C. Coatham, Sec.
TkOARD OF TRADE. Board Room,
D Oddfellows Brick Block, up-stalrs
Counoil meets on tbe flrst and third Wednesday ln each month, at 4 p.m. Quarterly
meetings on tbe 22nd of Feb., May, Aug.,
and Nov., at 7:90 p. m. New members
may be proposed and elected at any Quar*
tarlymeetlng.-D. Robsok, Sec.
TtiTR T. B, DUNCAN WISHES TO IN*
1VI form the Publio of New Westminster
that he is now prepared to give le->sons ln
Short-band in the latest and best systems.
A complete course guaranteed in three
mouths,
eh)
L-
ster.
CLOTHS
For Spring & Summer Wear
Cood-fittine*, Stylish
Garments
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Extra Fine Line of Troiiscrinff.
dmhlyl
PXOIirziBH
HARDWARE
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mi
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IMPORTER OF
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VMU alM tn-**. The taaoblng ol
-lldren on thi. In.tram.nt n -aMlalty.
Addr-Mi, Draww O, City, New w«slmln-
daplOlo
Now Landing
Ex "ClITANA" and other Arrivals
Irom Great Britain.
100 tons Pig Iron.
25,000 Fire Bricks.
300 casks Portland
Cement.
[A Choice Assortment!.
Curtis & Harvey's Sportingand
Blasting Powder.
J.&W. Stuart's Patent Double
knotted Neningjwines.&c.
rmTrd&co.
Wharf Slreel, VWitta,B.C.
dmyHtH
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils, •
Window Olass,
Crockery,
Ohinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Orates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTURE". OF
*^TIN*8HEET*IMHWARE,
CONTRACTS FOR
Iran Cornice Work, Gaa-flttlng,
PlaMUug, Boeing, «Vc
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THE ANNUAL CAMP-MEETING ON
the Sumas und Chilliwack vln-uit, In
connection with the Methodist Church,
will p. V.I be opened on
Thursday, 23rd May
And will continue for ubout one week.
Several Christian Workers, among others, Gen. Superintendent Carman, will be
present.
Persons wishing to secure tents should
apply to G. AV. uhodsey, Sumas P. O,
Steamboats from New Westminster
to Chilliwhaok every day eicept Sunday.
Persons visiting the Camp-meeting, by
paying at Westminster, will get the round
trip for oue fare on all tbe steamers.
Good board on the grounds at reasonable cost. Q. W. CHADSEY, Sec.
T, W. HAUL, Supt. dmylDta
Port Kelts
This Fine Townsito, at tho Fresh*Water
Junction of Uio
Southern Railw'y
IV Miles Above WfitmlMler,
Hob just been Surveyed, and tho Lots
are for sale by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Of Nbw Westminhtkii, B. C.
The advantages and prospects of this
Plot for a future thriving Town aro
many.
The Land in tbe vicinity is good.
Then are inexhaustible IRON ORE
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, immediately adjacent, as well as vast strata of
the finest BUILDINO SAND and POT*
TERY CLAY.
On.tbe Townsito are a namber of valuable MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication by land and water is
unequalled, by reason of the location of
the Townsite on the Fraser River and
the Southern Railway, while the natural
elevation and lay of the land can not be
excelled as a situation for a fine town.
The ground is open and clear of heavy
timber,
The site bu been selected as ono of
the most Important stations on the
Southern Railway, and with the completion of the road, in the near future,
most, with all its other advantages,
spring into prominence at once,
Thow who apply early will have the
.pick ot the Lota,
A oloar title given with evory pur*
cbasc,
Parties wishing Lots can apply as well,
i tho prewiseB, to
HENRY KELL8-
dmj-tte, Pnorai-rroB.
GROCERIES
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Oanadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
A. DesBRESAY, Cor. Columbia ft Blackie Sts.
BUGGIES I    BUGGIES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A *JAE-L«M1> OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring flcLaughlan
ss "*cj ma ma jl us sh
—alsot-7
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
fJ2T The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia."^
a,v»pai~    Jr§.©i<dL cfc Oxiar-rie.
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.
mm
dwnolyl
THIS SPAOE BELONGS TO
H. T. READ & CO.,
HARDWARE MERCHANTS.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
■ES03323-J5*,*** T.AW, - -        ■XSUkXu^k.iiS-XHSk.l
Ts£A.2iTXrir-!i.cyZ_.--TT.BB&  OB
mm ENGINES, SAW Mill, FISH CANNERY*]
AGKICl'LTl'IlAJi & AL! KINDS OF SIACIIINERV.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order. \
REPAIRING DONE WITH IIEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. 8.—All orders from tho upper country promptly attended to.
ilwnolmfl
Chas. MoOONOUQHJ
Front Sh-i'rt, New Westminster.
Get Our Prices and See the Goods,   One Car of these Plows to
Arrive about the 20th inst.
FBG. Strickland* Co.
WEBSTER'S BUILDING, FKONT STREET, WESTMINSTER.
dwno2to
BRITISH COLUMBIA MEAT MARKET,
Columbia Street, Kew Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Betail Butchers.
MEAT PURVEYORS IK GENERAL. FRESH AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
fsrSpocial lines quoted for the shipping trade.   Family ordors strictly attended
to.   Hotels will find it to thoir Interest to place their orders with the above firm,
d*8no]y
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REIOHENBAOH,
iwccessors to tr. n. townsend) '
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Bacon, Sausage, Bolognas, Etc
dnolyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
-,, ■ ——^—— *
Thb Colombian Print-m- Estabusrhbot hu first-claw feciaties for
all kinds of Oommoroiai Printing, Bill Head!. Letter Headi, Circular,,
Carde, Envelopes, Blank Forme of ever*- description, Poetere, Dodgere,
Prioe Lists, 4c.   Prices will bo found as low as at any other offlo* when
first-class work il done,
EXTRA FAMBLY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS ail kinds of f oolen Bofldi
HEADY-MADE CLOTHING.
ff^ The only House on the Mainland which keeps the ManuJ
factures of the New Westminster1 Woolen Mills. Patronize Home]
Industry. dmhjotc
Douglas & Deighton,
HUNUFACTURERS AK3 IMPORTERS OF
HARNESS SADDLES and BRIDLES]
SADDLEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Block, *
Columbia 8treet,      New Westminster, B. Ci
SEND IN YOUlt ORDERS.   ALL WORK OF THE BEST MATERIAL ANUJ
WORKMANSHIP.   PRICES LOW.
noldwly
ROYAL CITY     I
Planing lis Company, III
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER. J
MASUI-ACTl'ltl'IRS AND DEALERS IN <j
illMsofMiailDresseilLite
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
▲nro ▲i.i. Kilns'- os-
WOOd Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors*.  Frames*   Windows*
Moulding*. Balusters.
Blinds. Brackets.
Ballings, Newels.
PLAIN ANO FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK,
noiMwij r
The Wonderful Olft Possessed by
Daniel McCartney.
Be Conld Remember Every Tiling Thu
Had Passed Before Bis Wind for Forty
Yean-Bis   Astonishing  Mathematical Powers.
Daniel McCartney waa born in Went**
morelanri County, Pa., September 10, 1817.
HiB father, saya theSctenttfto American, was
of Irish descent and hia mother German.
I first met blm in Delaware, 0., in 1871.
Notico of his •Mwini- and what ho would do
was given In the' papers severaldays beforo
ho arrived.
The meeting waa in a publio hull. The
president and several professors and many
Btudents of the Ohio Wesleyan University
and also a few oitizens were present. Mr,
0. C. Brown, of Cardiugton, 0., stated what
he oould do, and introduced him and con*
ducted the examination.
Mr. S. Moore, of the First National Bank,
waa prepared with calendars and otber
documents to tost his claims. Othor gentlemen were alao prepared in various ways to
decide the truth of Mr. Brown's statement.
' Mr. McCartney was then fifty-four years
old- medium height, rather heavy sot, with
rather largo, well-formed head; complexion
pale. Countenance sober, dignified, benevolent. Eyos defective, not being ablo to Bee
clearly, and not yet entirely blind,  ..
Hia speech was deliberate and confident,
usinic but few words. His dress was cheap,
hut decent.
The audience was requested te ask any
questions tbey chose. As tho examination
went on wo soon found that evory thing
that has passed before hia mind for forty
years was remembered. X can only refer
to a few things that occurred in the two
hours of most varied questioning. Ho could
tell the day of the week (hy having tho year
and dav of tho month) back for forty years,
and tell it instantly. . He could tell the dales
of most Important ovonts from his boyhood.
Could givo tho state of tho weather, forenoon and afternoon, for forty yeara without mistake,
flo wob a complete concordance of the
Now Toatamcnt and mdst of tho Old Testament. Prof. Hoyt (Hebrew professor) react
u largo number of passages from tho Scrip-
1 tures, till the audienca was entirely satis-
fled thut he Knew whero overy passage
was,
He could tell what he was-doing overy
day from his boyhood. Fresident Merrick
havina; prepared himself on several dates,
ashed him what ho was doing on a certain
day, naming the timo, soveral years before.
" Looking at tho eclipse," said he.
His multiplication table went up into millions. He could give tho cube root of numbers up to millions almost instantly. Ono
of tho numbers given waa ten figures deep,
another was oloven figures deep.
Ho could raise any number under forty to
the sixth power instantly. Ho could raise
. anv number under 100 to the sixth power in
ten or fifteen minutes.
A gentleman wrote five or six columns of
figures, seven or eight deep, on the blackboard and read them to him. He could immediately repeat them backward or forward, and being asked the noxt day if he
still remembered them, ho told them off
again without a mlBtake.
At tho elose of the examination several
questions of another nature wore askod,
Some of them were of a naturo uot needing
any test, for we were perfectly satisfied of
tho accuracy of all hia statements. His
powers of memory were noticed when fivo
or six years old, and ho could remember a
great number of events from that early
ago.
His full power of memory waa attained
at the ago of about sixteon. Ho knew two
hundred hymns and could sing one hundred and fifty tunes. He could remember
what ho ato at breakfast, dinner and supper for moro than forty years. He learned
nothing hy reading, but hearing. His sight
was bo dofoctivo, especially in early lifo,
that ho could not read, except very coarse
print, and that very slowly and with groat
difficulty. Ho was always poor and his
relatives wtth whom ho lived.
Tho question haa often been raised Why a
man with such prodigious memory did not
prosper in Bomo businoss. Doubtless tbo
principle causo of this was bis deficient
oyeslght Sevornl attempts wero made to
bring him beforo tho public, but with very
littlo success. At ono Ume, in 1871, bo appeared in tho opera-house, Columbus, 0.,
when' members of the Legislature, touchers
and professional men wero present. At
that meeting ho answered questions similar
to those shove stated, and gave ontiro satisfaction.
Ho retained his memory to tho time of his
death. He was in possession of most all
theso vast powers for about sixty years.
"When answering questions nbout certain
things, President Morlek asked how ho
did it, or if he had any particular process
or rule. Ho said: "I just know it." The
answers, to some questions, however,
showed that it was not all ontiro, momory,
for they required some reasoning powers.
This was particularly so in the question
given by Prof. Perkins.
It haB boen considered that the invention
of logarithms by Napier stands among the
greatest works of intellectual power in the
world, and will bo a monument to his namo
and fame forever. But McCartney would
not need these tables. He was himself a
r living tablo of logarithms. Those deductions, that cost Napier long nnd tedious
hours of figuring, McCartney could solvo nt
onco without poncil or papor-anti without
mistake.
Danlol McCartney was supported for tho
last fow ycafo of his lifo at lhe* county
farm, near Muscatine, la., and diod i:i that
placo November 15,1887, aged a littlo over
Beventy years.     /
WHY MEN  WHISTLE.
It Is Simply the. Noise Which Proceeds
from a Vacant Mind.
A writer in the San Francisco Chronicle
has endeavored to explain why men whistle.
According to this authority whistling was
invented to give a man a chanco to add u
noise to tho other noises In creation, Tho
other noises ln naturo aro all attuned to tbo
character of tho article that produces thom.
Tho breeze makes its gentle sigh, the brook
bas its peculiar Bound, tho storm has its
crash and Its roar. Evory thing mado ti
noise in the world except man whon ho was
alone. A man can't talk to himself; it is
Idiotic, although it Ib astonishing how many
people do it. A cough is not a very enjoyable sound aud it irritates the lungs to produco it. A Bneezo always goes with h cold
in tho head, True, a man can sing; that is,
he can try to sing, but if it is at all agreeable, it seems somehow to bo wasted if
somebody has not paid an admission feo to
hear it: That's why women havo such a
terrible reputation for talking. They can't
whistle, and they havo nothing to relieve
the restraint when they are alone; so when
they get hold of anybody they make up for
it But whistling was Invented to conceal
music. You don't need to havo music in
your bouI to whistle. It Is simply the noise
of a vacant mind. The loud laugh of Oliver
Goldsmith that bespeaks the vacant mind
applies to a crowd. The whistle shows tho
vacant mind In its solitary stato. When
you hear a man whistle who palpably does
not know a tune, ho is either a very good
fellow or a very bad fellow, Did you ever
notice that Jews don't whistle much! They
haven't got much vacant mind. When it
isn't needed in their own businoss thoy rent it
to other businesses. But of all whistlers the
young gentlemen going home about onu
o'olook in the morning, who whistles "II
Trovatore'■ with all the band parte, tokos the
bakery. '
New Lights His Cigar.
Senator Bate, of Tennessee, has a peou
llarlty in that ho invariably appears with a
cigar in his mouth, but no one hero has yet
soon him smoking. While ho used to bo an
Inveterate smoker, for the last twenty
years he has never lighted a cigar. Conversing with some of bis Senatorial frionds
ho told thom tho story. In a battlo during
tho late war Senator Bate and his brother,
Colonol Date, wore together. Thoy woro in
conversation, when the Senator drew from
his pocket a cigar, and struck a match with
whicli to light it As ho did so a cannon
ball tore hia brother's head completely from
his body. The cigar was not lighted, and
to this day he has never lighted one, and
Streets and Park Debenture By-Law.
A By-Law to raise by Loan the
sum ot $85,000 for Street and
Park Improvements.
WHEREAS IT IS EXPEDIENT
that the council of the city of New
Westminster should provide for the improvement of certain streets in said city,
and of Queen's Park,
And wheheas it will be necessary, in
order to effect said improvements, to is-
suo debentures of the said city for a sum
of money not exceeding (85,000.
And whereas for the payment of interest and creating a sinking fund for
payment of said debentures it will be
necessary to raise the sum of $5,950 annually by speoial rate in eaoh year.
And whereas the amount of tbe whole
rateable property of the said eity, accord-
lug to the last revised assessment roll, is
the Bum of $2,540,245.
And whereas the totalamount of the
existing debt of the said city is §155,500,
Irrespective of tho sum of $200,000 proposed to be borrowed under authority of
the Water Works Debenture By-Law,
which by-law is to bo submitted to a vote
of the olootors of tho city concurrently
with this by-law.
And whereas, for the purpose of rais*
ing the said yearly sum of §5,050 an annual special rate of 2 2*5th mills in the
dollar will be required,
Therefore, the Mayor and Aldermen
of the city of New Westminster, in oouncil assembled, enact as follows:
1. It shall be lawful for the mayor of
the HU'd eity to raiso by way of loan
from uny pewon or persons, body or
hoiiies corporate, who-may be willing to
advance the same upon the credit of ihe
debentures herelnofler mentioned a sum
cf money not exceeding inthe whole the
sum .of $85,000.
2. ll shall be lawful forthe said ninyor
l'i- a Mae any number of debentures to be
made for such sums of money ub may tie
■ .']nlred,but not for less than $100 eaoh,
suoh debentures to be sealed with tbe
scni of the corporation, signed by tbe
nmyor nnd countersigned by the treasurer of the satd city.
8. The satd debentures Bhall be made
payable tn fifty years at furthest from the
day on whtch this by-law tukes effect,
either In sterling money of Great Britain
or in currency of this province or the
country wheie tho snme mny respectively
be made payable, which maybe In any
pluce or places authorized by law us may
be agreed upon between the purchaser or
fiurcnnsers thereof and the mayor, and
ho said debentures shall have attached
to them coupons for the payment of interest.
J. The said debentures shall bear Interest nt the rate of live per centum per annum from tbe dato thereof, which Interest
shnll bo payable half-yearly on the flrst
clays of January and July tn each and
every year.
5. For the purposo of forming a sinking
fund tor the payment of the snld debentures nnd tbe Intorest thereon nn equal
annual special rnteof 2 -ind2-r*th mills In
thedollnrshall be levied nnd collected,
ln ndditton to all other rates, In each year
upon nil the rateable properly in tii» salt)
city during tlie currency Of the said debentures or nny of them.
6. All moneys arising from the snld rate
beyond the nmonnt required forthe payment of Interest upon the said debentures
may be Invested In each yonr as the couucil uf the said corporation may direct, for
tho purpose of creating n sinking fnnd for
the redemption of thesaid debentures ns
they respectively becomo due, without
prc3udlcoto any of tho powers conferred
upon the snld council by tbo act of Incorporation.
7. The proceeds of tliedebentures Issued
and sold under authority of this by-luw
shall bo applied to Improvements on
Queen's Park und the streets hereinafter
mentioned, nnd, ns nearly ln the proportion following as moy to tho satd council
seem expedient, that Is to say: Queen's
Park, $15,000: Columbia street, $1,000: Provost, *Jullns and Carnarvon Btreets, $8,500:
Agnes street, $2,600; Royal avenue, $$--000;
Queen's avenue, (3,000; Pelham Btreet,
$'.500; Montr, al street, $3,000; Melbourne
street, $2*500; Leopold Place, $500: Park
Lane, $1,500; Clinton street, S.,000; St. Pat
rick street, $1,000; Clement slreet. 33,(00;
Rt, George street, $1,000: Mnry street,81-C00;
St. John street, $1,000; Douglas streot,
(6,000; Halifax street, $750; Hi. Andrew's
and Elllee Btreetn, 8,1,000; Forlosque street
{■2,700; Edinburgh street, Si-SOO; London
street.$1,000; Blackicstrect,S500; Mcrlvalo
street, 8500; Blackwood street, $500; McKenzie street, extending nnd making,
$7-500; streets In Ht. Andrew's square, $1,51)0;
Ht. Georges square, $500; St. Fatiiek's
square, $1,000; sidewalks and general
Btreet repairs, (6,000; provided that out of
the aaid sum of $15,000 aet apart for
the improvement of Queen's Park there
shall be paid into tbe oity treasury to tbo
credit of tbo general account the sum ot
$8,00*i.belhg the amount already expended
outnf the genoral revenue for Park Improvements; provided nlso that If the requirements of hny of the streets ubove
mentioned should be found to be less or
greater thnu the sum apportioned to said
streot, the said sum maybe Increased or
diminished ns in tho circumstances may
seem to the council expedient, und the
surplus, if nny, remaining nut of iho appropriations above sot out, after suid
streets have been completed, mny bo applied io other works of permanent improvement not specified herein, at tbe
discretion of the counoil. ■
8. This by-law shall take effect and
come Into force on tbe 17th duy of June,
A. I)., 1880.
0. This by-law, before tho final passim-
thereof, shall receive the assent of the
electors of the city tn'the manner provided by the New Westminster Act, 1888,
and amending sots.
10, This by-law may be cited ns the
Btreet and Park Improvement Debenture
By-Law, 1680.
By-taw read a flrst time on the Oth duy
ot May, 1889.
Hy-lnwrciitUsecond timcontheOlhday
of May, 1889.
3XTOTIOI1.
I SAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE
J. is a truo copy of the proposed By*
law whioh will be taken Into consideration by the Municipal Council of the
City of New Westminstor after one
month from the first publication thereof
in the British Columbian newspaper,
which publication took place on tho lath
day of May, 1880, and that a vote of
tho electors of the oity will bo taken on
said proposed By-law at the New City
Halt, Market Square, In said city on the
ifttli day of Jnne* 1880, between
the hours of 0 o'clock a.tn. and 6 o'elook
p'.m. D. ROBSON,
City Clerk.
THE WESTMINSTER
PoultryYards
JOHN 8, COX, Prop.
Id
^K_S Light Urahmas,
^^^V       Partridge Cochhliu,
Jjj^SE*-. Plymouth Itock-.,
-^BVT   White fact Dl'k Spanish
White Crested, Black  and Golden
Pnlandi.
Hnudana-     8Uver*>pcncllltd   Hamburg!.
DUck, Itctl and Pitt Gamea.
Tonlome Geese,     ltouen Ducks.
My Yards are open for inspection.
dwr **--.'■
dwmbBto
G. E. WOODS
Und 8uivey.ii,
A. C. OAMBU
NOTMT POILIO.
M.TwSU.8
LAND SURVEYORS,
AND CONVEYANCERS.
-Acnix-r-rH von
F1RB.—The Western of Toronto.The Mine, The Oity of London, and The Hart-
ford,
lilFE.-The New York Life Insurance Ro,
ACOIDBMT-TheTmvellers'ofHartfohl
Land Surveying In all its branches no*
curately and promptly carried out.
OUr end Suburban bands far Sale.
We can show a complete Hit of desirable
localities.
Vanning Lands. Improved and nnlta-
pmve 1, throughout the district.
Mining and other stock bought and
sold,
Matter* te Loan on flrst mortgage at
low rates. ,	
TbisIfhokk Call Ko. 88.
P. 0, Drawer W.
WOODB-TVimAQAXBLK.
Orrni, Uuirs he-i,  •  Ouvmiia trun
NEW WESTMINSTER.
dmbHtO
Water Works Debenture By-Law.
A By-Law to provide for tlie
issne of Water Works Debentures.
WHEREAS BY THE "NEW
Westminster Act, 1868," an act
of the legislature of British Columbia,
passed in the fifty-first year of the reign
of Her Majesty, Queen Viotoria, and
chaptered forty-two relating to tbe corporation of the City of New Westminster, it is among other things provided
that tho council of the corporation of
the said city may, subject to the provisions of tho said act, pass by-laws for
constructing water works, and providing
for the expenditure thereof.
And Whereas it is expedient that
tho couneil should provide for the construction of water works for the supplying of water to the inhabitants of
the said city.
And Whereas, in order to carry into
effect the said proposed construction, it
will be necessary to issue debentures of
the said corporation for a sum of money
not exceeding two hundred thousand
dollars.
And Whereas, for the payment of
the said debentures, sinking fund and
interest, it will require the Bum of
$14,000 to be raised annually hy special
rate In eaoh year.
And Whereas the amount of tlie
wholo rateable property of the said oity
according to the last revised assessment
roll is the sum of $2,510,245.
And Whereas the total amount of
the existing debt of the oity is the sum
of 3155,500, irrespective of tho sum of
§85,000 proposed to be borrowed under
authority of the Streets and Park Improvement Debenture By-law, which
by-law is to be submitted to a vote of
the electors of tho city concurrently
with this by-law. M
Therefore, tho corporation of tho
City of New Westminster enacts as
followst—
1. It Bhall be lawful for the mayor to
raise by way ot loan from any person or
persons, body or bodies corporate, who
may be willing to advance tht- same upon
the credit of the debentures hereinafter
mentioned, a sum of money uot exceeding
In tbe whole tho sum of two hundred
thousand dollars.
2. It shall bo lawful for tho mayor to
oause any number of debentures to be
mode for such sumB of money as muy bo
required, but not for less than one hu ml red
dollars oach, suoh debentures to be sealed
with the seal of tbe corporation, and
signed by tho mayor nnd counter-signed
by the treasurer thereof.
3. Thesaid debentures shall bo mado
payable In fifty years at furthest from the
day on which this by-law takes effect,
either In sterling money of Great Britain,
or in the currency of this province, or the
country where the same may respectively
bo mndo payable, which may be in nny
place or places authorized by tbe said act
as may be agreed upon between tho purchaser or purchasers thereof, and the
mayor,and tho Bald debentures shall have
Attached to them coupons for the payment of interest.
4. Thesaid debentures shall bear interest at the rote of Ave per centum per
annum from tho date thereof* which interest shall bn payable half yearly on the
flrst dnys of January and July in each
ami every year. >
5. Forthepurpo-eof formlnguslnklug
fund for the payment of the suld debentures nnd the interest thereon nn equal
annual special rnto of 5*^; mills I n tbe doi Inr
shnll be levied nud collected In addition
to all other rates in each y ear upon nil tbo
rntonble property In the said city during
tho currency of tlie said debentures or any
of thom.
0. All inoutos arising from the said rate
beyond the amount required for tho payment of Interest upon ihe said debentures
may be Invested In euch year as the council of tbo said corporation mny direct, for
tlie purpose of creating a sinking fund for
the redemption of tho said debentures as
lliey respectively become -iu-;, without
prejudice to nny uf the powers con erred
upon tho snld council by tho snld net.
7. Thflt bylaw shnll take elTecL on tbe
17th dny of Juno In the yearofntii-Lard
one thousunit eight hundred iud eighty-
nine.
8. This by-law, before the final passing
thereof, shall receivo the assent of the
electors of the oity ln the manner provided by the New Westminster Act, inns, and
amending aots,
9. This by-lii'.v mny bo cited ns tho
Water Works Debenture By-Law, 1889.
By-law rend a flrst time on tbe Ilth day
of March, 1880.
By-law read a second timo on the Hth
dny of March, 1889.
MRS. T. DEIGHTON,
NURSE,
.TAKES THISOPPORTUNITYof letting
X the public know that she Is now at
home, nnd respectfully solicits n Bhare of
tho public patronngo. RESiDENCE-near
Douglns st., on H. Elliott's premises, New
Westminster.  dap27ml
aroTiou.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE
Is a true copy of the proposed Bylaw which will be taken into consideration by the Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster after one month from
tlie first publication thereof in the British Columbian newspaper, which first
publication took place on the 15th day
of May, 18S9, and that a voto of the
Electors of the City will be taken on said
proposed By-law at the New City Hall,
Market Square, in said city, on tho ltttll
dny of Jnne. 1880, between the
hours of 9 o'clock a.m. and 5 o'clock p.m.
D. ROBSON.
City Clerk,
FREE-HAND
Crayon, Water Color tt Paalllle I'orlrnlli
al St. Paul Prices.
INSTRUCTION GIVEN IN DRAWING
1 nml I'ulnttngiiccording to llie best European inctho-!-,,
MISS LINNIE LEWI8.
Studio Cor. Royal Avenue A Mary ut,
Orders for portraits taken at D Lyal A
Co.'s nnd at studio.. dupaainl
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
CJAWMILL OWNERS, LOGGERS, nnd
p others are notified that our steel
Tug-boat,
"TBPIO,"
Will bo ready for work about tho 14th Inst.,
and we are prepared to enter Into contracts for all kinds of towing, lightering, Ao.
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
dmySto Vancouver, B. C,
uotios.
LORESZO LEHT0HA, Deceaseil.
1'U PERSONS having hny claims
A. Against tho oHtutn ol Loronso Lerlnrn,
formerly of tho Fountain, near Llllooet,
ileeeasod, nro h-rel,** required to semi In
tlio particulars of their olnims to llij.i.to
PlAaolo, of Happy Vtilley, Metcliosln
Dlslrlct, or to Nicola Boni.ni, of the Fountain, t.lllooet, Iho Kxeculors of the will of
the will of tho snld deceased, on or before
tho 1st day of July next.
Dated Mil April, 1899.
dvmy.ntl GILLIO FIAGOIO.
IRIUDVED FIOM SMH'DH TO VlOTDSIS)
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
O. A. McTAVISH,
dmhMn-S VICTORIA, a C.
W. O. LOYE,
ij-. ui Shoe lta,
Repairing Neatlr Doue.  Cork Sole
Work a-Specialty.
uworders promptly attended to.
Olurksoii St., lnrenrof Colonial Hotel, next to Rand BroB.' offloe. dneltc
FABHIONABIiB
DRESS MAKING
At MISS JEr-JNINUS',
(Late of England)
i'cnier of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINBTER.
•arHatlsfactlou guaranteed.    dw/e7te
Dress-Making!
Misses MoDOUQALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.   ,
•at-Satisfaction trua-antoed.       daplStc
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 1H8,
M. R. SMITH A CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractor, by Annntnlmenl to H»r
Majesty's Royal Navy, tbe Dominion Government. 4c.
Modal and Diploma awarded at the Col.
onlal and Indian Kxhlbltlon, London, m
FAOTORY-NloiiaraBt. Jamos Bay,
OFFICES-SI Fort st, Victoria, B.O.
dapsms
VANCOUVER CITY
FoundryiMachineWorks
rpHE PROPRIETORS OK THESE
1 works hnve much pleasure In notifying their friends and the public that tbey
are now prepared to receive and promptly
execute any orders for work in their line
with which tbey may be favored.
A.HcKELVIE,
Mochnulcal Manager,
Vancouver, B.C., 8th May, 1888.
'dwmy!2to
Wm. A. Dashwood-Joses
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
ALWAYS ON HAitD.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
djeaito
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANOFACTORKBS  OF
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON
-W-ABS).
-iVEBSTF.K'8 ISLOI k (UP-STAIHR),
Front Street,   •   New Westminster,
having a ust opened ik the
nbove line, we respectfully sol lei tu
slinro of the trade, nnd trust byenreful
attention to orders and moderate charges
lo merit the pnnie. Experienced workmen; sntUfacllon uviaranteod.
Estimutesfurnished forGalviinlzPil Iron
Cornice, Koofinu, Plumbinu', (iiis-tlulne.
Steam and Hot Water Ileal inn, Aa.
tar Entrance lo premises on Mary St.,
In ronrof Bank of B. C. Uwmlilitc
THE UN'TIE'IIS'IONED  KEEPS  CON*
-rtuiith in stock the
BEST WELLINGTON COAL
■■■—ALSO---
Wood and Bark,
Whicti. ho will   sell   at the LOWEST
RATES nnd deliver promptly.
ns. Onion, left at the stores of Mr. McColl nnd Mr. McDonough will receive
attention.
TKAMs FOR HIRE. Stables, corner of
Douglas and Columbia Streets,
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New West., B. C, Nov. 22,1B88.    dnoittlo
TO SMOKERS.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAE. ASK FOB THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
o,™ MAINLAND.
IVThcy are not only made of the
Choicest Tobaccu but they are of
Home Manufacture* and Bhould be
patronized by all good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HOLUKOOK BUILDINO,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwl7noly
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF    »
DRYCOODS
AND FilRNISHiNQS,
AT  THE  LOWEST PRICES.
[.UNniiOllM'.-i block-,
Colum!,!,, Slrenl,       liew ■Vc'liuliister.
nolilivlj-
North Bfitlsh anil
Mercantile
■FIRE
OO.MPANY.
ESTABLISH SP 1009.
Capital,   •   114,600,000.00
Or  LONDON,
Capital,    •    te,,33,OOO.Op
RATES AB   LOW AS   ANV OTHER
COMPANIES DOING BUSINESS
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
7. Or. T.A.Q'CXES
Ags-rt for Nov Westminster City
ud Distriot.        djeMto
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Late Partner of John MeVloher)
MINING ENGINEER. U.S. A PROVINCIAL SDUVEYOK, A ASSAYEB.
Masonic Tkmfi-k Block, Vancouver,
Brit. Col.
avllellablo reports, underground sur*
-eys and maps of mines executed allow
ates. Assays made on all kinds of min
erals, gold and silver bars. Thirty years'
experience In mining ln Asia, Europe
and United States of America. Speaks
ten languages. Assays from a distance
promptly attended to. Address Vancouver, B.C. ddelTtc
Land Beglstry Ordinance, 1870
New Westminster Suburban Lot No. 15,
Block X.
A CERTIFICATE OP INDEFEASIBLE
Title to the above mentioned Lot
will be Issued to Henry Elliott on the 10th
day of June, 1889, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to tbe
undersigned, ln writing, by some person
claiming an estate or Interest In said Lot
or some part thereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, 7th March, 1889,
mh7(18m
J. W. WINGER
DEALERIN
Hard and Soft Wood
Draylng and Teaming
Bone on Short Notice and at Reasonable Terms,
SAN JUAN LIME
Always in Stook.
Orders left at tbe C. P. S. Whar! will be
promptly delivered..
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
Temple of Music I
Is the Place to Buy First*Class
PIANOS ■*» ORGANS
At such Prices and Terms as will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer,
'For prices and terms, apply to CARTER'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC,
Vancouver, B. C.
230 Hastings St. West. dapiotc
SAAUH IILI3!
BRACKMAN 4. KER,
MANUFACTURERS  OF
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
H*r ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
mum ol Horlli Saanlck,
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE: Vl-totia.
dmhUDmS
Siv6
830.392 COKl'OYA gTRKKT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers nnd Dealers In
MACHINERY
OF ALL DBSCHITI0N8.
MARINE WOrTa SPECIALTY.
dwdeaito '
MIZ0NY&C0T
303 Cordova Street,
Vancouver, Brit. CO!.'
WHOLESALE
LIQUORSJ CIGARS
Telephone Orden Promptly Attended to,
TELEPHONE CALL 103.
drahMmd	
. Education Branch of the
Provincial Secretary's Dep't,
Victoria, May 7th, 1889.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1^1   the Annual Examination of candidates for certificates of qualification to
tench in the Public Schools of the Provinco will be held as follows, commencing
on Monday. July Mb, at 10 n. m.:
in VIotorin-.-.-Leglslative Hnll.
In Kamloops.nFubllo School Building,
Eaoh applicant must forward a notice,
tblrtv days beforo the Examination, statin-,' tbe class and grade of certificate for
which ho will be a candidate, and the
place at which he will attend.
s. a pope,
dmylfiml  Superintendent of Education.
Dominion^ Lands.
J'Y YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
Pre-emption or for rent .of Mining nr
rasing Land, nr buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the B-nmlnlnn Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay In flSOi
 . and iave a
large discount.
Serin onn be obtained In large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY & CHAMPION
BJS.XfTXC.B-B*.
WLNNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
OR PBOK
TUK RAMI OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
Set.   WESTMINSTEB
tlwmhSto ■
KSTABLI8HBD .1850,
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER.
Nearlj* Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NKW WJ-STMINSTER.
TBS LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
ssMrtmebt ol all desoriptkms of
MEATS AND VESETAILES
OonitMtiy oa hud, sad supplied to Fsm.
Hies, R-.t.ur-jit., ud SlMinbo.*. .t th.
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
CIVIC NOTICE.
JJERSONS INTENDING TO ERECT
. Building or Fences within th. City
rafts will be Iumi.bed wltb proper street
lines on application to the Council, or to
the Board of Works. Application, must
be ln writing,
J. O. JA<-,UES,
Chairman Board of Works.
New West., May 8,18811. dmySml
IfcTOTICE
£B HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE
applied to the Hon. the Minister ot
tnds and Works for a licenie to cut and
remove timber from the following described lands situated on Deep Cove of
North Arm of Burrard Inlet, in Uroup I,
New Westminster District:
Commencing at a post set 20 obalns west
from Deep Cove, west 149chains, thence
north 85 chains, tbence east 06 obalns,
thence south f.6 chains, thenoe north-east
W-Ii deg., 45.50 chains, thence south 46
chains to point of commencement, ,_
W. H. HIOGINS.
Now West., B, C, 10th May, 1880.     dml
NOTICE.
SITTINGS OF THE COUNTY COURT
of Cariboo will be held at—
Llllooet Thursday ...23rd May ,1889.
Clinton Saturday... 8th June, "
150-Mile House,,,Tbursday..,27U,   '<     "
Soda ('reek Saturday ...20th . "     "
auesnellem'th ...Tuesday..... 2nd July, "
Richtleld Friday Uh   H     "
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provlnolal Secretary,
Provincial Secretary's Offlce,
24th April, 1889. dap»ml
-gttMMiai
cma: sohooxi
Entrance Examination I
THE SEMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION
of applicants for entrance to High
School will commence In the Central
School, New Westminster, on
Monday, Mar jtYth, at l P. M.
Candidates must be punctual.
B. D. POPE,
Superintendent of Education.
Victoria, May 6,1880. dmyetd
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
Fisb i Game Dealer!
FRONT 8TREET.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
far Highest Price paid lor Furs sad
Deer Hides.
Correspondence Invited. NgvT.lepl-011.
Call No. 8. djiat.
DOUGLAS! STREET
BAKERY
Foot of Douglas Street, Near
Columbia Strew.
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
F1
HESH   BREAD,   CAKES,  PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., oto,
Hotel and Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders promptly attended to and
dnliveredtonnypartoftheolty. dmhtty
B. C. Monumental Works
Cts. Column «D Cmssm *i».
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
THE ATTRACTION
Of Columbia Street
JAS. ROUSSEAU'S
GREAT CLEARING SALE
GOOD-FITTING BOOTS AND SHOES CONTRIBUTE
much to tbe health and comfort of every home. Therefore,
everybody ought to know that Jas. Rousseau's is decidedly Uw
cheapest place in New Westminster where the people of this District can purchase the best Boots and Shoes at the cheapest
prices.
I will allow io per cent, discount on all cuh purchase* to
the general public for the next sixty days, to make room for a
LARGE SPRING STOCK now en route.
REMEMBER,—if you want genuine good Boots and Shoes
the proper place to purchase them is at
Jas. Rousseau's,
•1 Ool-omtela fMM*rt.
eastern Work ,rora»Ur attended to. M.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM* BUILDINO, FRONT STRICT)
T-iiT.w nr
l| WNWIWUHl  ItUWW) MVl|
In Marble or Granite of Beet Quail tj,
•CORNER    POSTS    AND    CURBING.
N. B.—Just received—the IJneit assortment of Kfotrh «raall« NM-MsTrMiN ever
ni'i'ii l n Brltieb Columbia, which will be
mdd at prices patting competition out of
tlie question.
dwmhaiyl ALEX, HAMILTON fIff.
AUSTIN'S HAV MARKET
For Hay, Straw, Wheat, Bran, Shorts,
Oil Cake, ko.
AUSTIN'S STORE
For Groceries, Hardware, Hope, Platform Scales, &o,
AUSTIH'S CELLAR
For Choice Potatoes, Carrot*, Turnips,
Onions, 4c.
AUSTIN'S STABLE
For Good Teams and Sober Tesmsters.
AUSTIN'S PRINCIPLES I
Square Dealing and Total Abstinence.
iltuSOto
TIME_CARD.
o. -*>. xt. oo.
The Fine Klnt-Clau
Str. William Irving
Will Leave the O. P. N. Co.'s Wharf,
HVIBT
Tuesday.Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. 11.,
FOR CHIUIWUCK ANO WAY PMTI.
Returning Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufficient Inducement offtre ihe
will proceed to HOPE and on snoh
occasions will leave her wharf
at 4 a.m.
Connecting with the O, V. N, Co,'s Steamer
for Victoria,
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T, I* BRIGGS, Agent,
Kew Westminster.
dapMe
VIOTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B.C.,
OFFER FOR SALE!
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour.
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, «e.
Rice Heal,
FOR OATTLE IBID,
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
ConstanUj oa Hand m Ei«-usl,. Stack ol
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boot* * Sbten, late A Cift,
Ont_tery,&_i-mtnit,A-.
-mmxt-m   m*   mo-xrm-   mxjx'xm.
QmtVt*i-tyc*fHo-----ooldArtlelis.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME and  OENEBAL 8TOEB8.
___ X. l.-Fam* Produce bouM at market rato, or snld oa
from tb. Interior promptly attended ta
ttjmt
BRITISH  COLUMBIA
UNB & DfTESTMENT AeiCT.li
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLBR A. HOLLAND,
N,        \
LAND,   )
DnUKTOM.
HUD OFFICE, - IS Serjeants lu FtotSt, - LONDON, EN6.
Th.ThsbMSc' ALL80F * MASON l«b-«-Mcirfh th.-iot.C<»np-jiT
udwUbsos-rlsdalij-lwCn-rj^iTC-Btlita
ud tnn-nnoe Af-sn-jr.
MONEY TO WAN oa Hortf-f. st law Ma.  laws Uto ud Fs-*nh»
Lands lor Sale on euy tarns.
Victoria & a, Mw Mb, IM.
CASTOR IA
fcr Infante mj Children.
■*-«a*«-*l«U-»w«lllii|lilli iIIHm.**
itttttttmrntmrnmimmmtpmiimXIm
SMMI.SM.-      KA.AMH.Stlk,
_Ukt*-mtk,tmlt\m,Xt.
M.A.McRAE
Merchant lallor
BiAimrrn. range of
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Cbwk
innnSif-ftiTaiB i orattiiM
FOB 8PRLNO AlrDBUMMIB.
Ooumu Sr,, • Nsw Ws-n-m-.it.
IM Mir
HACK, UVERY, 8TA0E,
Feed g Sale Stables
™•,lF*!^isS?oAr5fo??w',*
DOUtLE AND SMIE MIS
At8p»-ialLowReU-.
SitjHtulfbbt.
Don.MShon-atrlotlo..
•q(MtNi dsllnrad to uy part or
th. City,
Order, by TMepbon will im.It. prompt
attention. _ _ _   '
•arBUble. nearly opposite C.P.R.D--
pot, Colnmbla *it.;lt.wW*«tmlnst.r.
d-allt.     OILUV
W,LiverysSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
ud Train.. Spnt.1 attaatlu nm to
Boa-dins I
COAL IND WOOD
Oonstull; on Hand. (
.i^^ri^S^^
W. EL80N,
Merchant Tailor,
PORT MOODY, & 0.
Mr. Bison will b. at tb. Colonial Hotol
tb. Srst Wadn-adayrn «aeh mootk mc
lh.M-poMolt-dUs*o-Tlsia.    IU—*l
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSMANCE C0MW.
IO-.Dl--OAiiS-.udIIFau.Mau,
IAWDOX.
INSTITUTED 1808.
twb m***um HousntoTdB
J* Bsdldk-t-* Ooods, Warn, M-sohu.
dV*lu-da<-viMaad*wmlM8u*k.
gat|>hI-or*,Ha7fa«I)-*~^*»
0*smo*s.wV-anb|^r*U--sbolM.
hMi-MM»«, iMitoMUikrVs.
s*uu-t|Ul. rhmr. ud emit, mi
Oosds oa sura ws YsmsjIs, *a*i*uio*rt
Cms (Wtoto sayi Irtltti mi tr. Pmif.
IMS MM U MIMIBT IMS.
ul-x-tM ud brattod OfHSI,
£1,800.000 STG.
WAMwFNmIui Md oren luHMft*
He _m to -Mr-as-i sa ««ssHu te
W.I. U1BTMM,
A-**rtl«»-wWi.*-.l..u*,
ToSuM.,'bL,
byway or nn
THEMUjjASJAIOnii.
w'•,■•-WtM\BVBBiTt,,*••■
far fitattf ul hi Auto
V N^WMpnl m i***t FNMMi
klumn mtmtct
TOutusT njorato cam
FotAM-M-SrOdMuolJ
-n*!JTOa,tCKm>>aUI*-s^t.s»m>
t_rmwSVF_t\,iVS_%_tk_itm
K.K01
_____*__.
i Diulg gtritifih Coimhbiah
tweedey t.\*elt.*. Bay n, mo.
ADUITIIIHC IAHI FOI THI DAILY.
TrAita.tr*-> i idvt-rtlMiiiciu.—KlrtHlii'iir-
H-m, iiii-u. |it*r tint* Holid nunimreii; enctt
■ubBt-i-iieiit mnm-ii 11 vl-1hut-linn,'let-i, per
line. Ailvt-rtlNt'itit-litrt titit Inst-rli'il eveiy
il:iy—llrnl liiwrtiii.'i, In Us. pi-r line; Mibm-
quent ItiNertloiiH, 6'itw. pt-r line.
•il nml I HU .iilveriUfiui'Hl:*.—I'mfCKslQii-
nl or UnslneSH i:ar.U--?i per month. ftpe-
clul rates for tn-nor.il Irudu luIvertlHlnir,
Mitcnrdini* lo K'nti-f nci-titd-id mul duration
nf i-ntii.ttict.
"H'lltin tknlf*), Hiit-n .lihj-liiyt'd.fli.-irnfil
*»|i**r ctht le-,*, mini tnnsleut tulvts. If
>>. iti.chi.rgcdHt rt'K'ilsrtiiinnltini. rule.*.
1*1 -riat ***lIce- ut.i-ju-t ri-Mittni! uiattt-r,
n. ,,.,,, ,„.r une (ui.-h Iniftrtlun, rt*ieciitl»
IniieriafHl by ti>t)nioii>!t at re-iucetl rutfs.
htriht*. -...int.ui-M'iHl I)fHiUN,t)l hirt-ui-h
i.i-.i'ii,('tn; riiucnti Notices lu connection
tvitn -if-isili*, fin*-.*-. i-iii'Ii iii-<*] iidii.
WCEKLV AOURTl'nNC HAUS,
frtti'MRtil t.tvf-.-l.i.m. it!*.—First hint-r*
turn, lu t-.J-. j»-r Uut- S'llnl utiupaiell: sub*
■•jqilH'it, ln*-crli«,it«, ? ft*.. |>t*r llne.
hltiixMiia Adlv*-r(t-«tiit*tif*«.—I'lofoBHloti-
nl or BusIiiphk i.'nvti*—tfl.M)   per 'tnont.li.
Special nilt-sfiirj-i-ncrnl ir.uli-iiilveiusfiii;,
Spei-I.JNotices, lllnh-t, ,Miinlngon uud
Dcn-'-hs, mum1 r-iu-sii.- Pally.
C'ut4 must hi-nil rm-iul,Hnd "f-rj'tree cuts
an extra rate will be ciii-r-*ed,
•BfrPcrsoni H-nilii.K In adveitlHemenls
ahould Iw cJircful tn nl'ito whether they
aretonpjionr In tlm Dully edition,orthe
Weekly, or both; A II bond reduction Is
made when Inserted in both. No advertisement Inserted for less limn 31.
NUBHCHIBKIW
Who do not receive llielr paper regular's.
from the CarriciH or  ibinimli   tlie Post
Olltce. will confer n favor by reporting the
-mine to tho offlce of puMleittlon nt once.
NEWADVERTIShME.?;
Queen's Birthday. j
.THIS DAY.
itr, Rainbow
Salmon-are very scarcest present.
A tmin load of cattle arrived from
the interior this morning.
All the fasbionablo iced buverac-es, ut
the.'.*-Hub," next tbo "Queen's." . *
Freah Eastern and Native Oysters,
served in every style, at tha Olub. *
A public meeting is  called  for tonight to discuss the fisheries question.
Russell's Restaurant,   opposite   the
'-American    Hotel,    open   day   and
night. a9m3*
The str. Rainbow will make a cheap
excursion to Victoria on the 24th.
See adv.
The Westminster Assembly givcB a
ball in Herring's Opera House to-morrow night,
200 lots on the Thome road, from
$65 upwards at glO per month.--W.
Reidt, Front street. *
New Linen Fiosetto, 9 colors; washable. Seo Specimen work at Miss
Peebles'; 5c. skeins.   - . *
Th*6str Irving' left for up river
ports this inorniiii* with 20 tons of
freight and 25 passengers.
Look at tho fine display of negligee
flannel and silk shirts und outing goods
in Ogle, Campbell & Ou'b window. *
Cots in sub. Lot 6, B. XII, Dublin
and London streets- $100 nnd §125,
on easy t*»rms.—Wowls, Turner &
Gamble. iff ■'.'.*.' .       *tc
North Arm Road Lots, from 8100;
Ssppi-rton,S150;and Brownsville Acre
Lots at 8100, on easv terms, at W. J.
Walker & Co's. *
H. D. Judd ia getting out n month -
ly time-table of trains and steamers
which will prove of-much aervice to
the travelling public.
Look out fur the great sale of lota in
- the town of Seattle, at the Mission
Bridge, on Juno loth twit. Fur particulars, apply to Wm, Reidt.        *
Alderman Scoullar has given notice
thai he will Introduce a by Uw for the
naming aud numbering of the streets.
The idea is a good'one and it ia to. be
. hoped it will soort bo carried into
effect.
.On Sunday a man named Donald
Matheson was drowned in the dan-
perous narrows at Vancouver by the
upsetting of his boat which wall caught
in a small whirpool and turned upside
down. The body has not been recovered.
Stook ranch, tm Pitt River, for $3,*
500; worth at present rates $6,000;
270 acres land with improvement; 136
aores high bush hnd, rest prairio.
Must be sold immediately; a rare
chsnee for anyone with the cash; double
your money in 12 months. Apply to
T. J. Trapp. *   ,
Tho artillery and rifles parade tonight for the purpose of practicing the
"march past" together. Every member of thes» corps Bhould make a
special effort t<* bu present, us it is
probably the only chanco they will
have of parading together before
inspection <la,V.
The tame bear, which Mr. Walworth received ua u gift from a kind
friend in Nanaimo, haa proved a burden nnd worry greater than the owner
caro-1 to bear. It has been transferred
tu Mr. W, H. Viunen who has a
hsnkerinc for setting up a hear garden
or Botnethiug of that sort.
Next Mnndny night our civic solons
will me-'t for the first time in the new
oity lui'l, there to discuss the weighty
atftirs which are weekly laid before
them for regulation and enactment.
Tho city clerk und city treasurer's
offices will be removed to the new
building during thu week.
The sloop Laura, lying at Jones A
Hurdis' h >»t house, was missihg yesterday, having, ii 13 known, been stolon
by 11 msn tiunie.l Dudridge, aged about
22, ac>:oiii(muiud by two accomplices,
one an old mnn <-f about. 50. The
police havo bueu investigating, tho
niitf ter, mul iirc under tho impression
thflrtnu wherei'shnnts of tho sloop '-will
loon fyi*-discovered.-— World. ■
A refreshing nhower of rain fell last
night, but it » uh a refreshment Tittle
required. Tho only one receiving di-
rett h-wltr fron> the numerous .-how-
em wfltah havelalteti of late,* U the
oontr-tcttir f-iff ■priiikling the streets,
and why Min crops of tho whole dis-
trfrf ShoiiM be retarded to lighten his
work in a question difficult to answer.
Perhaps our inmftgs will eome by*und-
bv.
/Phe building at present occupied by
Mr A. J. Tolmiu is to he moved onto
the vacant lot recently purchased by
the eity for tin* extentiuu of MoKenzie
itroet.   The city cwmeil granted   this
permission in order that nothing should
•Und in the wny of building the new
block by Meters. lowenburg Harris &
On., -wr-Jriie Httshby   EitaM.    The
building is mit to remain longer  then
90 days on the let, and a rental of 81
per foot per month will 1 be, charged.
Mr. W. H. Vsnettt, of AWerflrove,
who was in town the other day,  in*
fo»mt»d«iftli»tfsrming opemtiohs in
his . ntighborlwotl  were  progreiiing
MonitAy anrl ptomised to Ve quite
extensive this yesr,    Mr. Vanettaalao
oaUed attention to the urgent necessity that existed for repairs on the
Westminster* Yak trunk wagon  road,
between this city hnd  Alder Grove,
upon which there was a Urge and
increasing Iraftic, und,which in places
was In a deplorable condition.   We
trust thst tlie government will look '0
tbW, and also profit by past experience
New weiimlHler.
Mr, F. W. Howay hss our thanks
for a pretty .pamphlet, or folder, comprising u map and valuable information concerning the city and district of
New Westmilister, li. 0, This is ono
of the coming ureal cities of Pacifio
Canada, being the fresh water terminus of the C. P. R. ttud also the Pacifio terminus of the Northern Pacific.
Canning N. S. Gazette.
the Ship MurUur.
The ship McDufl', now lying at the
Royal City Mills whnrf, is a lino and
staunch vessel. She is 30 years old,
but is us sound ns the day she was
launched, before steamships came
into genernl use she was a passenger
us well as a freight vessel, and hsd tine
acouinudution fur a large number of
persons. Thu MacDuff is now un*
loading ballast preparatory to taking
on cargo. She is the largest vessel
thut has ever bueu in the Fruser river,
and she will carry away the largest
car).o over taken out of Westminster.
Tke Vh-torlu *•'!•■!.•;.Hun,
Tho mayor und mumbers of tlie city-
council hnve received invitations frotn
tho chairman of the Queen's birthday
celebration committeo to visit Victoria,
on the 24th and 25th and take part in
honoring the duy. Accompanying the
invitation was a ticket for each alder-
mnn for the grand ball which is to bo-
given on Friday uight. If the aldermanio board proposes to attend tho
ball in a body there will doubtless ho
a groat splicing und bracing of civic
clawhammer coats in the meantime.
Many of our citizens will go oyer to
tho capital city tu witness the celebration.
Lew Taxes.
The real esttto tax by-law, introduced last night at the city council
meeting by Aid. Curtis, nnd which was
carried through its final reading, lays
before the people the exact rate at
which they are to bo taxed this yonr.
Under tho provisions of the by-law tho
total rato levied is 15 25 mills on tlie
dollar. Thi* includes tho rates for the
Southern Railway bonus uud tlie
streets, und park improvement loan.
In the event of the latter by-law failing to receive thu assent of tho electors
the total rate would bo 13 mills on the
dollar, a trilling reduction. If paid
beforo J uly 1st, a rebate of 25 por
cent, will be allowed ou till city taxes,
but not on debenture rates. Last year
tho rate levied was 13.1 mills on the
dollar, so that even if the loan by-law
is carried the taxes will be exceedingly
low
Police Happening.
Joseph Hines, a man of commanding and somewhat aged appearand.,
and a completo stranger to the court,.
graced the police dock thia morning,
beiug charged with assaulting James,
Pirie, the night-watchman uf the Royal
City mills, while in the discharge of
hiB, duty. Hines wob drunk and
abusive, und on being ordored ott' thu
mill premises resented tho order by
assaulting Pine. The case being it.
grave cue, and Hines having no money
to pay a fino, the magistrate was about
to sentence him "to a term in gaol
when he broke down and wept copiously, the thought of going to prison
being more than he could bear. So
great was the prisoner's grief that even
constable Smith was forced to disguise'
his feelings by clearing hia. throat in
such an energetic manner as to make
the roof shake; Mr: Pine was also-
almost overcome, and on the solicitation of the magistrate withdrew the
charge and Hiui-s walked forth a free
man. The next case was that of John
Duuahoe, an old offender, who was
arraigned on the charge of being;
drunk and incapable, which he freely
admitted. Dunahoe is a Sanctimonious*
looking individual, but is hy no means-
the good man that he looks. He admitted to having been released from
the proyincial gaol only 8 days agov
and claimed chief Pearce went out ai
his way to get him into trouble uguia.
He was taken with a severe pain yes- ]|
torday afternoon, and thinking some
brandy and Jamaica ginger would produce a soothing effect, indulged in it
freely. Donuhon found that his theory
was correct, the pain vanished and the-
blood danced through hiB veins in a
most exhiliarating nnd exciting man*.
ner. A few Cunnemaru war whoopt*-
advised the general public of his complete recovery, but his offer to whip
seven Italian fishermen and Dutch.
Bill's bear, asking only a salmon roc as.
remuneration, convinced the police
that he would be safer in thu look-up.
Dunahoo wus dismissed ou his promising, in his own words, to "jump the*
country within two hours" and not return for 20 yeara. He declared himself to be fond of drink, but apart
from that vice he was the most honeafc
man in British Columbia.
PERSONAL.
' ThoB. Kidd, reeve of Richm-',-*!,,
was in tho city ou Monday, on biiBiacsa
connected with the North Arm debentures and bridges, and returned the
same day.
Rev. Dr. Orminaton, a well-known
Ontario Presbyterian divine, is expected to visit friends in Kamloops in
a couple of weeks, He will be the
the gueat of his brother-in-law, W. M.
Cochrane. It is to be hoped the rey.,
gentleman may be able to arrange for
holding service while here.— Sentinel.
Cily council.
Tho council met lust night ut 8
o'clock for the transaction of business.
Present Aldermen Curtis, Scoullar,
Reid, McPhaden, Cunningham, and
Townsend.
His worship Mayor Hendry in tho
chair.
COMMUNICATIONS
From Mayor Grant, of Victoria, extending an invitation to tho queen's
birthday celebration at Victoria on tbe
24th and 25th mats., und enclosing
tickets for the ball.
The clerk was instructed to reply,
thanking Mayor Grant for the kind in*
vita tion.
From Arthur Beggs, asking the
council to remove a man named Simmons from one of his (Beggs') cabins,
the said Simmons having refused to
leavo nnd ia in the habit of using most
v-ile and obscene language  to  passers
by-
Received, and the clerk instructed
to reply that thu council has uo power
in tho mutter.
From A, R. Green, asking fur the
streot lines on Royal avenue.
Referred tu the board of works with
power to act.
From Claw -ft Maclure. asking for
street lines Hnd sidewalk grade for lots
28 and 20, block F.
Referred to thn board of works with
power tu net.
Frum Lowenburg, Harris -ft Co.,
asking permission to move the Club
bsIoou building to the vacant lot recently purchased for the extension of
McKenzie street; and offering to pay
a rent therefor.
On motion the request was granted
as a special case, the building not to
remain on the lot for more than 00
days, the rental to be'$l per foot por
month.
Frotn W. Norman Bole, complaining
of the cundition of tho sidewalk ou
Clarkson Btreet between McKenzie
and Mary Btreets; also complaining of
the drainage.
Referred to thu board of works with
power to act.
From W. H. Falding, district registrar, re report in Columdia> announcing the decision that tho right of taxing certain lands within the city limits
hud been decided in favor of the city,
stilting that no decision has yet been
given aud the matter is still .sub jitrfice.
Referred to the finance committee
to report on.
From Hon. John Robson, provin-
vial secretary, replying to u letter having reference to the right of the city
tu tax certain real estate taken into
the corporation last December, and
stating uo decision hud yet been received from Mr. Justice McCreight.
Referred to tho' finance committee
to report on.
From T. O. Townley, barrister, enclosing a petition sent to tho government by fishermen unable tu obtain a
license, and asking the council tr) assist them by passing a> favorable resolution.   Laid on the table,
ltEFOUTtJ.
The fire and light committrn naked
for further time   tu report.   Granted.
The polico committee reported that
the services of tho special ( constable
could be dispensed with after thu present month.   Report adopted.
Tho health committee reported having looked into the different nuisances
complained of nud had takon steps to
have them romodied where ver possible.
ln some portions of the city drainage is
urgently required.    Report laid over.
His woiship announced that, by
requisition, he had called a publio
meeting for Tuesday night to discuss
the new fisheries regulations.
The following accuunts were ordered
paid:—J. E. Sulley 8180; purchase of
horses $550; A. G. Smith $17.20; B.
Douglas $612 40; Dominion government $25; Jl. V. Gazette 812.00.
The council went into committee of
the whole on tho revenue by-law, Aid.
Reid in the chair.
The committoe rose, reported 'progress and asked leave to sit again,
Aid. Curtis presented the real estate
tnx by-law whioh wan read three times
and finally passed.
The streets nnd sidewalks by-law
was laid over.
Moved by Aid, Scoullar, seconded
by Aid. Curtis, that the city engineer
be instructed to prepare a map ur
sketch of the government reserve
leased for railway purposes by the cor*
poration; and also the names of parties
now occupying said reserve and by
what authority they occupy the same.
Carried.
On motion tho board of works was
instructed to remove the oity archives
to the new city hsll before next Monday night,
On motion ihe board of works wns
instructed to employ a teamster to
take charge of corporation horses and
carta, also to have stables constructed
in rear of tho engine houso forthwith,
Aid. Scoullar gave notice he would
bring in n by-law for naming streets
and numbering buildings.
Aid. Curtis gave notice thnt he
would introduce u bylaw to amend
the "workshops by-law" and "stuatu
ferry by-law," the object beiug to reduce thi, rato of interest and taxation.
The council then adjourned.
METHODIST CONFERENCE.
Now that the smelting syndicate
hu oommepced operations in earnest
at Revelstoke, a description of the
plant may hot be uninteresting. Tho,
main building will have a total length
of 208 feet and a width of 36 feet, and'
in addition'there will he an engine
room and sampling works. The engine for crushing and sampling is of
00 horao-power and can crush 160 tons
n day, The engine will also be used
for hauling tijt ore frotn the steam*
boats. There will also be another engine to run tho two furnaces. The
reverberatory furnace is 16 by 40 feet
and the water-jacket smelter 36 by 72
inches, with a capacity of 60 tons
every 24 hours. Tn the construction
of the, reverberatory furnace 80,000
bricks will be used. The smelter will
be located on the banks of the Columbia, half a mile from Farwell and tho
same distancefrom the Revelstoke depot. The site has already been eleured,
uud men are now at work clearin'; the
right of way for a half mile Biding
nnd will commence grading it at once.
The bricks used in the furnace will bo
made on the west side of the .Columbia, about a' mile from Fat#«ll.—
DonatdTrnthJ
SftSS?-''5"" wftlCh|ldrm C-J.^Rtof'er'.CiBtoria
licet Ins al Ylrlorla. .Friday nml anlnr-
(lay'K aesf-lHi,
ViCToniA, May 17.—Conference met
in the evening ut 8 o'clock. The service for the reception of candidal oa for
the ministry who have completed the
term of their probation was taken up.
ThiH year thero was only one candidate,
A. N. Miller, of Port Simpson. The
president in opening the meeting referred to the extreme caro with which
the conference guarded entrance to the
ministry, at every step requiring candidates to give proof of their fitness for
the snored office.
Mr, Miller was introduced and related his religious experience and call
to tbo ministry.
Rev, C. Lidner wan callod upon to
move the reception into full connection
with the conference.
Rev. A. E. Green was called upon tu
second the resolution.
Rev. John Greenwood, of England,
was called upon to support the resolution, whioh he did in a brie/ and appropriate nddress, containing some
good advice to tho newly received
candidate.
The resolution thst Brother A, M,
Miller be received into full connection
with the conference, and next Sabbath
morning be ordained, was put and carried by a rising vote, after whioh tho
president addressed thu candidate iu a
few appropriate) words.
The meeting closed with tho bene*
diction.
ViCToniA, May 18.—After devotional exercises and routine work, the educational committee repotted u balance
on hand of 903,77. The- report wu
adopted, as wu also thst of tha Sabbath school committee,
Tha Kay. J, E. Starr-, seconded bjr
! A, E. Green, then moved a preamble
and resolutions, condemnatory of the
incorporation of the society of Jesuits
in Canada; of the "Jesuits Estates
Act," passed by the Quebec legislature
recently; of the action of that body in
recognizing tho usurpation of the right
of the Popo to interfere in Canadian
internal and civil affairs; of the federal
government, for not advising tho governor-general, on the grounds of publio policy, to disallow the obnoxious
bill; with a clause commending the
Toronto Mail, the Montreal Witness,
and the thirteen members of parliament who voted for disallowance, for
their attitude on the question; on the
ground that, ns the preamble states,
the "Society of Jesus" is an alieu
sacred and politico-religious body, the
existence of whioh is totally at variance with the institutions of a free
state,
Rev. Messrs. Starr and Crosby
warmly endorsed the resolution, and
condemned the movo to establish a
Roman Catholic hierarchy in Canada.
Mr. Crosby said he wob ashamed of the
attitude taken by the presa of British
Columbia on this question, on the plea
tiiat it was a provincial one, and
ahould bo left to the people of Quebeo
to settle.
Mr. John Jeasop, a layman, opposed
the introduction of a resolution of this
clus. He wu an Orangeman, but
thought it a matter appertaining purely to the province of Quecec, Mr. J.
E. McMillan supported the resolution
warmly, as did others of the clergy and
laymen of the conference.
The resolution was put, and carried
by a large majority.
A resolution was carried regarding
the departure of Bro, Wadham for
Japan, wishing him God's blessing io
his work.
Tho question in respect to the place
for the next conference was re-intro-
duced,and after considerable discussion,
it was finally decided to hold the conference at Vanoouver instead of Chilliwack, us announced in our Victoria
dispatches the other day.
The Busteuntion fund committee
brought in their report. They also
nominated Mr. N. Shakespeare, treasurer of this fund.   Report adopted.
The committee on Sabbath observance brought in a lengthy report.
Adopted.
Leave of absence was grunted Rev.
D. Jennings for two months.
Rev. J, E. Starr moved a reconsideration of W. J. Dowler, B. A,, and
recommended the president to grant to
Mr. Dowler certain letters showing
that his namo is discontinued from our
minutes because he hnd gone into
secular life, and not for immorality,
etc. The action ot the Methodist
church did not affect the moral or religious character of Mr. Dowler in any
sense.
Tho various committees were announced nnd the conference adjourned
to meet again 011 Monday morning at
0 o'olock.
On Sunday at Pandorastreet church
Rev. J. Greenwood, of England,
prcnohed in the morning and Rev. S.
J. Thompson in the evening to crowded congregations, and Rev. A. N.
Miller waa ordained to the work of the
Christian ministry. Most of tlie Protestant pulpits in tho eity were also
supplied by members of the conference
Monday's sessions were spent in
routine and committeo work. An enthusiastic temperance meeting was
held in the evening, addressed by N.
Shakespenre, Rev's T, Crosby and J.
A Woods. At 10 a, m. the conference
re-assembled. The committee on mis*
lions reported. A number of complimentary resolutions were passed; the
stationing committeo presented its
final report, and the 3rd conference
closed its sessions with prayer by the
ex-preaidunt.
STATIONS FOB 1880.
The following is the corrected draft
of the stationing committee's report:
The Victoria District — Victoria
(Wesley church), J. E, Starr; Gorge
Road, W. W, lifter; Chinese Mission,
J. E. Gardner, under the superintendent uf Wesluy church; Gulf Islands,
ono to be sent; Maple Bay aud Salt
Spring Island, J. P. Bowell; Nanaimo,
Joseph Hall; Nanaimo (Chinese mis*
sion) to be supplied under the superintendent of Nunuimo; Wellington, one
to be sent; Comox, M, J. Stevens; Indian Tribes, ono to be sent,
The Westminster District — New
Westmlnater, J. H. White; Chinese
million, to be supplied under the
superintendent of New Westminster;
Vancouver, E. Robson; Vancouver
E.st, one to bo Bent; Vancouver, (Chinese mission) to be supplied under the
superintendent of Vancouver; Richmond, S, J. Thompson; Delta, James
Calvert; Maple Ridge, 0. Bryntit;
Lam-ley, Win, D. Mfsnor; Kumas and
Chilliwiiyl*, T. W, Hull; Cheum, to be
Buppliud; Indian Tribes, C. M. Tate;
Mhnii.ii to Lumbermen, one  wanted.
The Kuinlotij!- Distriot—Knmlonps,
0 Ladner; Nicola, ,]. W. Wiuslow;
Clinton, J. A, Wood; Revolitoke and
Donald, J. Turner; Spullumoheeii and
Oknnngoi), to he supplied; Kootenay,
ll. J. Irwin; Cariboo, to bu  supplied,
Tho Simpson District—Port Simp-
inn, A. E. Given ai.d one to be sent;
Nuus, D. .Iminitii*s; (Kitwan-silth), to
bu supplied under the superintendent
of Nhuk; Kit'luc-iuinux, to be supplied
under the superintendent of Nub;
Bella Bella, R, B. Ih-nvis; (River's Inlet), to be supplied under the superintendent of GUd Tidings; Port Eising-
toti, George F, Hopkins; Queen Char-
lotto Islands, A. N. Miller; (Gold Harbor), to be supplied under the superintendent of Queen Charlotte Islands;
Kit-xe-guola und Kit*wan*cool, Wm.
FI. Pietce; Upper Skeena, (Kiih-pi*ax),
(Hough*wul-gol), (Kiah-ka gash), (Kul*
dawlth), (J. C. Spetieer); Kit n-mant,
Kit-lope, Kit-kahta, to be supplied
under the superintendent of Glad Tidings; Glsd Tiding! Minion, Bella
Coola. Talliomo, Kims-quit, Hu-hlei,
and lunds not included in any other
million, Thoi. Croiby.
News wu recoived nt Winnipeg of
tho death In St. Paul en route to Winnipeg of Hon. A, (4. Dnunintyue, one
of the oldest and most respected pioneers of the Red River district. He
was a member of the city council,
Winnipeg, and of the legislature
and houie of commons at various periods, and for some time
was a member of tha Northweit counoil Ho came to the North*
west in 184(1 and took part in the
trnijblu of 1870*72. The body wu
brought to Winnipeg for burial. Do-
caused wu in the employ of the Hud-
ion's Bay Oompany fur many years,
having entered it when he wu quite a
young man. Ba wu a native of tho
Orkney islands, Scotland, At one
timo his weilth wu great, but the
diustroui boom of 1881*'H2 caught
him u well u others in a vortex, out
of whioh he never eicaped. His figure on the streets of Winnipeg win
well-known one many yean ago.
Thoie who knew him will regret to
hear of his daath.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Metcorelogleal ■epert tor Week Endlag
May ism, iaw.
MAX.   MIN.    ISA IN.
Sunday........ WI.U     fil.O
Monday *-..,..„ 63,0     f-2.0    0.08
Tuesday 0X.0     52.0    0.16
Wednesday _... 06.0     48.0    0.18
Thursday 080     52.0
Friday 01.0     48.0
Saturday 05.0     48.0    0.11
Cloudy; sbowors; fnunahino.   Cherries
nnd strawberries (verycarlyj; riverriHlUfj.
A. 1'kblk, Capt'n.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
nt the Colombian office. Prices will be
found us low as at anv othor office in
the province —Adv
Whea Baby wu slok, we gave her Ositorla,
When ehe wm a Child, she criod for Castoria,
When i*ie bourne Bits, she clang to Castoria,
Whsa she hid Childnn, sho gave them Caatorja
QTXEE-N-'S
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Westmin&ier § Victoria!
AT 2 A. M. ON
Friday, 24th May,
BETUBNINQ SUNDAY.
Fare for RoiM Trip, $2,50
dm;2U2
Time Table!
THE STEAMER
ROBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER every Monday morning ut ? o'clock for Nannlmo, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vancouver,
Leaves Westminster every Wednesday
at 7 a. m. for Nanaimo direct, connecting
with Island rallwny und Comox steamer.
Leaves Nnnaimo for Vancouver on
Thursdays nnd Fridays und returns same
ddys.
Leaves Nunnlmo on Snturdny ut 711. xu,
for Westminster direct-.
For freight or nassni-e npply on Imnrd,
or to T. L, liitlGGH, C, P. N. wnnrf.     die
ff.JMKEMCO.
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Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
[Telephone No. 65.]
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CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
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STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London anil Laneaihlre Fire and
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Companies*
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Accountant's Office, Diocese of H.W.
City Auditors, 1888,1887 and 18Bt.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF SEAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
and other monetary transactions.
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Ladies', Children's and Infants' English and German Hosiery direct from
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JERSEYS.
Largest assortment of Ladies''Jerseys, English and German make, ever shown in
town.    ______
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WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED Mi&, £S.
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A fall Hue of ttncctaclcs & Eye-Glasses hi stool, rubber, silver arc  --.id
frames.   The fines'; Pebbles made, 94 por pair; all sights united.
Special atbaition given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learnt,.. .1.0
busiuese thoroughly from some of tho finest Horologora in England, and sinco iWua
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nent of America, is a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly tn vn i*
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Charges Moderate.
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Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who <l'.il tto
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For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,     -    Oolumbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time.  A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand.   New SYRUPS, MO- ]
LASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
Wi&Gi
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DIRECT IMPORTERS £ DEALERS IN      f
HI&H-OLASS
DRY GOODS
nr.
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARCH£
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER * SHADWELL.
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