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 aovewmont Pilot foe
British
Columbian.
VOLUME 0
NEW .Vf-IffiTllINSTER, a 0„ WEDKESDAT EVENING, MAY 22, 1889.
NUMBER 121
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
T. C. ATKINSON,
DARniSTER, SOLICITOR, Ac. OIBoM-
[} Masonic Bulldine, New, Westminster,
ITO.'  dwto
AllMSTKl'NG A, KOKSTEIN,
BARRISTERS,  SOLICITORS,   ETO.-
Musonlc Building,  Now Wc-stmlu-
.ter, B. 0.        dwmy.tc
W. SJOHMAH BULK. <l. O.,
Si ARRISTER-AT-LAW, LAND AGENT.
) Money to Loan. Offlco-CIarkKon St.,
ew Westminster, B. 0. dto
COtlBUHMI, MeCIX.1 A JEN'.VS,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, eto.  081-
oes-Masonio Buildings, Now Westminster, aud Vancouver, B. & dwto
A. C. BUY DONE-JACK, al. A.,
VrOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER.
JM   Ao.  Barrister of the New Brunswick
Supreme Court. - Offlco  In the Hamley
Building, Columbia St., opposite thoCol-
onlal Hotel.
dhpSto
JOSBPH E. GAYNO-l, R.A..LL.B.
OLD MEDALIST of the University of
„    Dublin.   BABRI8TEH-AT LAW of
the High Court of Justice, Ireland. Oillces,
Corner McKenzie A Clarkson Sts., New
Westminster. dwiesHe
s
C. H. GATS} WOOD, D.D.8.,
SURGEON DENTIST--A Graduate nf
the Baltimore Dental College, is pre
partd-to-WmM-lclodrJof Dental work. Office over McLonnan * MoWely's hnTHt-
waro store, 133 Cordova St., Vancouver,
B.CJ.    ' '     ' tlapliOtc
G, MV. (JU^NT,
ARCHITECT. Offloe—Corner Mary and
Clarkson 8ts., Westminster,    dwto
CLOW * MAUkUBK,
A R0HITB0T8. Offlce—Room B, over
A Bank of B. C.-ColumblaStreet.West*
mlnster. _____ __]__ dtc
.     WILLIAM H. KING,
4ROHITE0T,8ANITARYENGINEER,
Ac.   Removed to Armstron-,"-- Block,
umbla Street,   Westminster — Room
No. 2, dto
W. TII1DAUDEAV,
LAND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS-
mau.  Hamley Block, Now Westmln-
ator, 3^0.  _ . dinylSUr
A. V. cotton,
ROMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR. Oilice: Room 0, Bank
of B. 0. blinding, Westminster, B, 0.   .
«. mti;m»ieh.ii,
DEAL ESTATE BROKER and County
Ji Court Agent. CommIbsloner. Notary
PnbUc,&o, .Rents collected. OfHce--Mc*
Kenitle atreet, Now WoHt minuter, B. 0.
T.J.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds ol llie best makes; CrOBS-Cnt A Uand-Saw8,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, aiia all the necoessiy Utensils for Furmlm*i
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Blocks', Rope & Chain inallstiesj __tt_,
Tar & Oakunii Tarred and Plain Paper for Bulldlngi Paints A Oils
in all colors; Liquid PutntS In all shades! Floor Paint, read; to use; Cirlnd
Stonesi WnllPaper Li all deign.; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating OUsi Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
tr Special attention given to orders by mail.
T. T, TK^-P-P SO CO., "■
dwjly3to „        Uolc-uia Si-usur, Nsw Westbdistsb.
GRANJT & MAOLURE.
Boots & Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTEK.
T. J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
Columbia fitroot, New Wcfltmluster.
All coinmlBBtonB will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best refert*ncts
given when required. mh!2-tc
TURNER, REETOnr A CO.,    .
MERCHANTS. Wharf Ht, Vlctoila.
AtreutJ* for Norlh British and Mercantile Insurance Co. for Mainland, H,
C. Bebton A Co., SO Flrisbury Clrous, London, E.G. dto
MAJOR .1 PEARSON
Beal Estate Brokers and
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life Association of
Toronto.   •
Royal and Lancashire Fire Insnrance Companies*,. .
■A.Valuable Lots for Bale la tbe City
and District of Westminster; and choice
Lots In the City of Vancouver.
Porsons wishing to-buy or sell city or
rural property should communicate with
US. i      i.
Offices- Bank of B.O, building, opposite
nostoltlee, WestmiusUir.'-ud Hast In-*--St.,
Vancouver. dwaplBto
ft
RAND BROS.
Slli ESTATE BROKBRB,
Conveyancer*., Collectors,
And Insurance Agents.
Offlcos nt
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
McKenzie nnd Clarkson Sts,
VANCOUVER, Cordova street.
LONDON,England,
BUILDING LOTS for sale In all sections
of Vancouver and New WeBtmlnster City.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
i sale at Chilllwhack,  Port, Hammond,
I Lnngley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Buy,Lad-
' Dor's Tiiuidlng, Lulu Inland, North Arm
and Pih River.
Maps and Plans exhibited and tho full*
1 «it information furnishodat all ouroHlccs-
W. BOVILL,
Real Estate Agent
AND CONVEYANCER.
NEW WESTMINSTERi-Offloo.Macken-
nlo Street,
1 VANCOUVER:-Office, Abbott' Street,
near Cordova Street.
Full Llat of City and Suburban Property.
Particular attention paid to Farming
Lands.
Accurate information to oorrespnnd-
ents. dwmyflyl
ALBERT J. Hincor
Civil Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
FINANCIAL, SHIPPING A COMMISSION AQENTS
Ure. life tt Marine Insurance.
Coi.omuiast., • Orr, Colonial Hotei-
NEW WESTMINSTER, & C.
GIVE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
tcni Imt to all professional orders aud
tender tbelr norvlcen to n-sld-mlH nnd nonresidents hnvlugCllyor Country Proporty
to dispose of or desiring profitable Investment.
Our lists of eligible properties are com-
{-rohouHlvo und constantly recelvlngnddl-
Ions, and our favorable eastern connections both In Cmilid-t nnd the Atlantic
States give us unusual facilities for bust*
ness.
Special nttentlon will bo pnld to tbe
pm-i'luu-u und Inspection of Lumber for
■hipment lo foreign ports. Tonnage chartered and general shipping business transacted, dwap4yl
New Spring Goods I
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds ahd Scotch Cheviotts.
-T.    S,   MANSON's
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street, • New Westminster.
Globe House!
TtTST     SBOBIVBD,
The Latest Novelties in Ladies'
Straw Hats and Bonnets,
Silk Dolmans
and Mantles.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never, varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and -vholesomeneas. More
Monomleal than tbe ordinary kinds, nnd
oannot be sold In oompefltlon with the
-181- -
or phosphate powders. Bold only In enns.
Royal Bakinq Powder Co., 100 Wall St.,
New York. Slely
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
"Why do you pour that vile
liquor down your throat!" risked the
philanthropist ol the toper. "I am
seeking for-get-fuH-ness," ssid the
toper to the philanthropist.   See 1
Ono of the teachers in the Second
Ward school, Alleghany, celebrated
the centennial by telling her scholars
the history of Washington, and then
requiring them 'to write what they
remembered of it. This is what one
of the youngest scholars wrote: "G.
Washington cliopt with his hatchet
and burst into teers."
According to the latest British
population returns, Ireland has less
than five millions, while Scotland has
more than four. Ihe steady stream
of emigration is, of course, telling
upon Ireland, while the tremendous
growth of the manufactures and
other industrial occupations in Scotland has attracted many Irishmen
there. Scotland's population in
1888 is put down at 4,034,166.
THE QUEBEC FIRE
Destroyed 1050BuildinKS ami Ken
dcred Nine Hundred Families
Homeless.
The str. Polynesian Collides with
and Sinks the Cynthia near
Montreal this Morning.
The United States will Send a Vessel to Alaska to Frighten
the Swiftsuro.
POR_SALE.
A YOUNG HOHSEj GOOD A BOUND;
will work single or double, Apply
to SHEKIKP ARMSTRONG.,    dniy7ml
TO RENT.
THE STORE FORMERLY OCCUPIED
by Foulds A Co., in tbe Masonic nml
Od l Pel lows' Blook, New Westmlnstcr.-
Applyto                         WM. MoCOLL.
dap2to	
NewWestminster Gas Co
A LIMITED NUMBER OP  SHARES
in tbe abovo Company for sale-
Apply to        DAVID MORRIS,
Beo.-Treas, A Manager.
New West., May 8,1889. dmygml
MM
i» wii. ■■'Wa.*zm__m_u*i
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
Insurance and Financial
AGENTS.
MESSES.
Macpherson & Thomson
01 Ontario and Marquette, Michigan,
have opened a
IN THE HOLBROOK BLOCK,
Colnmbla Street, it doors Enst
of Telegraph Office. .
Thoy have a complete assortment of
everything asunlly found ln n n-st-olas,
Drag store, Comprising pure and frosh
DRUGS, OHEMIOAL8,
PATENT MEDIOINES,
TOILET ARTIOLE8,
ENGLISH, FRENQH ANO
AMERIOAN PERFUME*.
Physicians' prescriptions carefully oom>
pounded day and night fezfdlm
WANTED-TO RENT.
{ N IMPROVED FARM. Por full par
L tli'iilars, apply ln writing to p. o. Ho?
TNew WoHtmliistoi\ dwmy7ml
WANTED--T0 RENT,
Oil MtOOMEp HOUSE within ten
J ininute.'walkol Post-oHtc,—RICHARD;, HAY#OOD 4 MACKINTOSH,
R°*L**.lltJ'le lu,flJ**B*f'"l*l As-cn*., Colon;
lalttolWIng, Columbia Ct,, -"S-wJj-t-
NEW WESTMINSTER, ^bSXHW
VANCOUVER,
CORNER CORDOVA AND
ABBOTT STREETS.
—Am*-,
.ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON,   ENG..07ICANNONST,
Farming Lands ^ Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot lacing on Columbia and Front St...
In central portion of the oity; several
buildings bring good rent-K*2,00O.0O.
Lot 4, Block 7, nesr Lytton Squaro,
66x132 feot, fronting ou Columbia and
Front Sts.-$6,000.0O.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., 33t86 feet-
14,000.00.
Also—Lot ud Building with stock of
Goods, one of tho best business stand,
in the city.
Improve "ResidentialProperty
«
Lot It, Block 13| two hou-es rented at
paying figures—$4,500.00.
House and Lot on Lome St., near Col-
umbla-11250.00.
Lota 4, 6 t 0, Block IDs good house,
gsrden, &o.j oholoo residence property
^-t_,___.t». *\
Corner Lot on Columbia St.iif.nc-d and
cleared-IICOO.00.
House and Lot on Columbia St. | one of
the finest residences ln tho city—$7,*
000.00.     .
House and Lot on Royal Avenue, near
Douglas 8t.-*2,O0O.0O.
House and 3 Lots, corner Royal Avonue
lyal
bett
and St. Patrick's St. | no better res!
denes site In th. olty-810,000.00.
I acre, with 7 houses, near the Park—
W,000,00,
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Blook 38, corner lot oil Agnes 8t.i
fine residence aito—(1200.00.
Lots un St. Andrew's St., nesr Queen's
Avenue- -$500.00 eaoh.
Lota on Montreal, Douglas' and Halifax Sts., near Clinton St.t fine views
and well situated-$350.00, $375.00,
$300.00.
Lot on Melbourne St.,
$300.00.
near Clintop-
Lot 0, Bub-Block 10; fine residence lota-
Sul
0.00.
Lotion Pelham St., i
eacb,
r Mary-$600.00
Lot on Pelham St,, near St. Andrew's!
.   fino site—$500.00.
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne—
$350.00.
Lot iu St. Andrew's So.umo-8300.00.
Lots in Block fronting on North Arn
road; finest chance In tho market fo:
residence or speculation—$125.00 t-
$175.00.
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Blool
12--M0.00 to $120.00.
Lot, ln Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloc
18-$160.00oaoh.
FOR_8ALE.
J1ENDERSWILL HE RECEIVED UPTO
.  the 4th of June next for the purchase
Lots 161 & 104, Group One,
NewWestminster District, subject to threo
overdue mortgage-- Un-reon, amounting
ln ull, with interest, to $2,776.00.
The highest or auy tender not necessar*
liy accented.  By order,
W. H. FALDING,
dmy2ml District Registrar ft, C.
Plants for Sale!
OBBJ
■   AT TUB *
In Great Variety, Iholumso,
.TtERANIUMS- Doublo and Single; PU-
VJT CHIA8, all now varieties; ROgEH,
Double PETUNIAS, MOON-FLOWEIW:
a dne collection of DAHLIAS (niimetl
viirlelies) ANNUALS, 25 ots. por do?-.
Mixed BEDDING PLANTS, 31,50 por doz.
I offer 10 Plants for 81, including 1 Storm
King Kuohlu.' Bouquets, Wreaths and
Crosses made to order. Fruit, Vegetables
and Flowers at Store, next City Hotol, Columbia St. Orders by mall promptly attended to.      Ldwapltyl]      P. LATHAM.
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts:
3
J.J.WILSON, - MAKAOER.
Kates, $1.00 aud $1.50 per Day,
ACCORDING TO ROOM.
SPECIAL KATES BY Tilt WEEK OR MONTH.
tt- Parties supplied with all kinds of
ICE-CREAM. d-nyim!
Lots In Westminster Addition at $15.00
to $10.00.
dwanllt.
T, A. MUIR & GO.
Chemists & Druggists,
Quiin-s Hotel Blook    -    Neh Wesimihstis
A CHOICE LINE OF
Perfumes,
SachetPowd'rs
Soaps,
ARTICLES.
Combs,
TOILET
Prescription s and Family Recipes carefully di-mtinsed from pure Drugs, f
Night Rrll attendance. dnpltc
Lnrnknt Harris
SB   OO.
Real  Estate,
.   INSURANCE
 ANU	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating to
Roal Eitate.
—AGENTS FOR—
London Asunrnnco Corporation.
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of
Hartford.
London and Lancashire Life Assurance Co.
Canton Insurance Offlco, Ld. (Marine)
OFFICES!
Columbia St., New West'r,.
ii Government St., Victoria
iwseUyl
Ohauncey M. Depew'8 versatility
as a diner-out was well demonstrated
on a recent Saturday evening. He
was engaged to preside at the Grant
birthday dinner at Delmonico's. He
was also booked to appear at the dinner given in honor of-'Minister
"Whitelaw Reid at the LotoB club.
After standing thu dinner at Delmonico's, Mi*. Depew jumped in a
carringe und was driven to the Lotos.
He joined the dinner at the roust.
Being early called upon be made one
of his delightful speeches, and then
hastened baok to Delmonico's.
There hedelivered a beautiful tribute
to Grant's memory, and introduced
the other speakers of the evening.
It haa been suggested that the
year 1892, the four hundredth anniversary of the discovery of America, by Christopher Columbus, would
be a good time to change the-name
of the United States to Columbia.
The New York Tribune thinks,
however, that the country can.worry
along for another century with its
present name, and moves in amendment thit the change be postponed
until 1993. It is a pity, though,
that our neighbors do not adopt a
name for their country which would
enable them to assume a more distinctive appellation than Americans. The Patagonians are just as
much Americans as thoy are.—Etc,
The attention of the opponents jot
"the dance" is respectfully directed
to one Grasshopper, an American of
distinguished lineage, who aspires
to be the McAllister of Montana.
Grasshopper, whose family name iB
Sioux, thinks it time that his folks
and his neighbours, the Cheyennes,
should have a Sun-dance, and he is
busying himself very earnestly about
the preliminary arrangements. He
got up such a party last year; and it
took seven companies of United
States troops to see the Sioux home
after supper. Invitations have been
issued for a day next week, but the
Federal authorities disapprove of his
plans, and will endeavor to put
htm oil of the committee and prevent tfie dance.-—Am, Paper.
The Buffalo Express pleads for
the honest use of cotton-seed oil, the
chief objection to the article being
that it is made to masquerade as
olive oil or lard. The Maine shad
and herring, which are sold as sardines, are packed in it, as are also
very many of the European sardines.
The supply of olive oil is much too
small for the purpose. Much of the
so-called lard of commerce is also
either pure cotton-seed oil or a mixture of it with real lard, and it is
said to be difficult to detect the
difference between the spurious and
the gonuine article. Chemists have
pronounced it a wholesome article
of food, and the Express contends,
therefore, Lhat there is nothing to
lose and much to be gained by the
honest sale'of it under its own name.
THE QUEBEC  MHE.
■ Quebec, May 22.—The latest statistics of the fire were given by the secretary of tbe municipality. He givea
the number of buildings burned at 1, *
050; rendering nine hundred families
homeless, of whom five are Protestant
and the remainder Roman Catholic,
Insurance reaches only $169,000. The
burned out poople, with the exception
of some eij-hty families who still ro-.
main in public buildings, all found
temporary KbmflS. Subscriptions for*-
the victims are coming in ilowly. The
rations which have been daily issued
at the expense of the government,
ceased yesterday.
COLLISION IN THE ST.   LA WHENCE.
Montreal, .May 22,—The Allm
lino steamship Polynesian left port
shortly after half past four this morning and was proceeding down Varen-
nes channel, opposite Poiut Aux Trembles, when she perceived the Cynthia
inward bound. There is a dangerous
curve in the channel at this point, und
through some misunderstanding of
the rules nf the road the Polynesian
was brought into collision with the
Cynthia, striking her oh the port buw
and causing suoh a gap in the side of
the unfortunate ship na to make her
sink in a very few minutes. The hull
filled with great rapidity, and those on
deck had barely time to rush below
and warn the crew off watch and ih
their berths asleep, to got on deck and
swim aBhorp in'order to save .their
lives. Fortunately the Cyr thia carried
no passengers, otherwise many more
lives would have been sacrificed. The
Cynthia wss inward bound from Glasgow with a genoral cargo, chiefly of
pig iron. The following is the list of
those of the orew of the Cynthia who
lost their lives: Hugh Irving, chief
cook, of-Glasgow; Alex. Nichol, sailor,
Glasgow; Andrew Vane and Chas.
McCrackeri, trimmers; Jas. Low, tire-
man, das-raw; Jas. Ferron, boatswain;
David Young, a stowaway from Glasgow, and Chris. Blackitock, a mess-
room boy. The survivors swam ashore
and walked to the street- car terminus,
but the conductor refused to allow
them on board the car as they had no
money, having lost everything. Many
of them being only partly clothed, the
captain flfiared his watoh aa security,
but this also was rofused and the poor
feUriraftd t*-w-f-lk .-the whole dis-
, tanco to the city. The survivors say
that the Polynesian was on
her wrong side when the collision took place, ahd' chief oflicer
Coates, of the Cynthia, maintains that
somehow or other the Polynesian
was going out of her proper course.
Persons who witnessed the collision
say that when the Oynthia struck there
was a report like that of a cannon and
a shock that 'made window panes
shiver and chimneys tumble down.
Though the people on the Polynesian
must have been quito aware of the
damage wrought, the boat never stop-
{'ltd to lend aid. That 8 men were
ost on the Cynthia is confirmed. They
bad not time to get on deck before the
steamer sunk.
ANOTHER ACCOUNT.
Montreal, May 22.—The Cynthia,
crews of the vessels wrecked at Apia.
The Iroquois is at Mare island navy
yard and will be roady in a week. She
will be the equal of any British vessel
likely to open fire on her on the Alua-
kini coast. The government's action
in enforcing the law against the taking of seals in the breeding season is
merely a repetition of its action in
previous years. Those in authority declaro tbat this government will not
flinch from the enforcement of the law
aod tho president's proclamation in
spite of the bellicose attitude of the
British authorities.
'    ONLY A JOSE,
San Francisco, May 22.—-About
half paBt eleven this morning while a
carriage containing Mrs. Donahue,
widow of the late capitalist Peter
Donahue, was standing on Montgomery
street, a man approached the carringe
door and fired several shots through
the window into the vehicle at its occupants. Mrs. Donahue burst the
door open, leaped into the street and
fled into a wine store near at hind,
her assailant pursuein*-; her. Before
the latter could raise his weapon again
be had been seized and was hurried to
pris»n,-ifhere he gave the name of
Michael Hawkins. He is a cousin of
tlie deceased capitalist and generally
known as a "crank." He hasaucd the
the* estate several times, but the cases
have always been deoided against him.
Neither of the bulletsstruck Mrs. Donahue but she is greatly prostrated over
the unexpected attempt upou her life.
Hawkins, who has been oharged with
assault to murder, told a Postal Press
reporter that he only shot, to frighten
Mrs. Donahue. Her husband, he said,
owed mc $13,000 for a house he
-bought off me, and when he died I put
in a claim on tho estate but the court
knocked me out. Hawkins has a very
dissipated apjiearance and scenm proud
of his adventure.
THE FISHERIES QUESTION,
Ottawa, May 21—There is every
reason t:> believe that this summer
negotiations will here-opened on the
fisheries question. Sir Julian Paunoe-
f"rt, the new British minister to Washington, has, it is understood, pressed
for an early settlement of the fisheries
as woll as ot the Behring sen difficulties. The British government has
evinced no inconsiderable impatience
at the tardiness of the United States
authorities in the settlement of the
Behring sea matter, and it is more
than probable that the home government will insist on the claims being
settled before next year.
acquitted,
Oakland, Cal,, May 21,—Police
officer, Wm. McCloud, who shot and
killed Jacob Shrieber, early one morning last February, thinking he was a
burglar, has been acquitted.
HELD FOR MURDER,
San Francisco, May 21.-F, W.
Ruftg, first officer of the American
bark Newsboy, who, on the 3rd March
wljile the vessel was on her way from
Australia to this port, shot and killed
Andrew Paulsen, one ojL|he crow, has
been held to answer More the circuit
court for murder.
PARNELL COMMISSION
Ur. O'Brien Continues His Interest-
in? Evidence on tbe Irish People and the Law.
The French Government Said to
have Strong Evidence of Treason Against Boulanger.
Robert Lincoln Arrives in England and Meets with a Hearty
Reception.
Captain Kennedy has written mi
interesting article for the Norlh
American Review. Id it he tells of
an experience he had in midocean,
while commanding the steamer Baltic, in 1883. He was eating dinnor,
when a servant whispered in his ear
that the vessel wns on fire. Without losing any time, the captain
quickly arose and repaired to the
deck, where smoke and flames were
pouring in huge volumes from tile
forward ventilators. Several streams
were soon playing on the burning
cargo, but without having any per-
ceptsble effect. The captain relates
what followed in these words: "At
the timo she was running before a
strong westerly gale and heavy sea.
An idea suddenly flashed through
my mipd, and I at once determined
to act upon it. I went up on the
bridge, and, calling to all who were
on deck, told them to get under
cover as quiokly as possible. I immediately ordered the helm to be
put to port, bringing the sea nearly
abeam. A tremendous wave broke
on board, filling the hatchways and
flooding the deck. Ton. of water
poured down below, and, instead of
Hack smoke issuing from the hatch,
I saw a oloud'of steam ascend, proving that tho fire was under control.
1 kept the ship before the wind and
sea, and set all hands to work hoisting up bales of cotton. In about an
hour thoy reached the place whero
the fire commenced, and I had the
satisfaction of seeing it very won
extinguished."
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
.'freight steamer bound in from Glasgow, and the Polynesian, outward
bound w ith freight and passengers for
Liverpool, collided this morning off
Longue Point. The Cynthia sank in
12 fathoms. Eight lives are reported
lost. The survivors swam ashore.
The Polynesian proceeded to Quebeo
badly damaged.
DIVORCE REFUSED.
Chicago, May 22. —The jury has
refused to grunt a divorce to Mr,.
Carter.    '
WRECKED BV  OiS,
Boston, May 22.—An explosion of
gas occurred iu the basement of the
Vanness house, this forenoon. Tho
windows were blown out and those in
several buildings in the vicinity wore
smashed,while tho lower portion of the
hotel wus wrecked. Edward Leavers,
a porter, was dangerously burned and
is not eipected to live, and a number
uf other persons were dangerously
burned. They are all in the hospital.
Two men standing in tho hotel on-
trance were blown across the stroet hut
escaped without .erious injury. The
chuso of tlio explosion is said to be the
lishtiug of u match in tbo basement
where the gus purifying machine, pre*
punitory to its removal, wus discou*
neoted. Who lit the match i, nnt
known, but it is supposed to be ono of
the men now in tho hospital.
AFTER TUB SANTE FE ROAD.
Washinoto-t, May 22.—Complaint
uf the violulion of the -long and .hurt
haul" clause of the Interstate commerce law, has been filed with tbe Interstate coinmoroe commission by the
board of trade of San Bernadino Cul.,
against the Atchieson, Topeka. and.
Sante Fe Railroad Oompany and
others. The complaint sets forth that
lower rates sre being charged by carriers to Los Angeles, Cal., than to
San Bernadino, which is less distant
from all eastern points over the inmo
lines iu the same direetion.'
TO SINE THE   SWIFTSUKE.
Washinoton, May 22.—Tho news
that the British government hss ordered a man-of-war from Victoria to
Behring sea to protect British vessels
in illegal seal fishing, caused considerable surprise here to-day. - Secretary
Wiudom went to the navy department
and bad a conference with Secretary
Tracy. As a result the light armed
Thetis which wss on her way north to
enforce the president's proclamation,
was stopped by telegram nt Tacoma,
and she will be replaced within a week
by the Iroquois. The Iroquois is a
modern vessel of 1575 tons and carries
six smooth bore guns with a forward
and alter pivot, consisting of 0 inch
muzzle loading rille. She also has a
secondary battery of Hotchklss and
Gattling guns. Her crew will be made
up of 18 officers and of 176 sailors tnd
marines who will be taken from the
OUT DOWN AS EAST AS ERECTED.
fcs-TA Cans, Cal., May 21.—This
morhlnf* several men .tarred to erect
poles and wires for the Incandescent
Light Co., without franchise from the
oity. The chief of police under instructions from the mayor and eity
oouncil proceeded to chop down the
poles as fast as they were erected.
This created great excitement.
FROM VICTORIA,
Herbert Green Diet Like a Here While
At'cmptlM to Save Me lives at Us
Meads. A Woman Arrested ftr Firing a Hotel.	
Speoial to the Columbian.
Victoria, May 22.—Early yestorday
morning Herbert Green, Henry Lester,
Wm. Cooper and John Davis left Nanaimo in a sailboat for the light house
ou Gabriola Island. When about a
mile from Nanaimo, the boat was up*
set by a heavy squall. Green, Cowper
and Davis got on the overturned boat
but Lester was unable to swim and
couldn't reach the boat. Seeing he
was drowning, Green left the boat for
hia assistance, when within a few
inches of him Lester sank to riso no
more. Green then swam back to the
boat. Seeing, however, the boat was
unable to support three and being a
good swimmer, Green abandoned the
craft to the othen, and started to
swim ashore. The brave mau wss
drowned before reaching the beach.
The other two were rescued by the
Indians.
Ex-senator Richard Groighton, commonly known as "Dick Oreighton" the
jury briber, is in the city.
A young woman, named Mrs. Allan,
claiming to come from Eastern Canada, was arrested this morning on suspicion of setting fire to tho Occidental
hotel. She has with her threo children, all staying at the Occidental.
She says her husband is a prominent
Oddfellow and the members of that
order are investigating bis standing and
will assist her if all is correct, Mrs.
Allah was remanded in the police
court until to-monow on account of
the warrant being made out wrong.
The sohooner C. H. Tupper has arrived, 129 days from Halifax.
The schooner Lily sailed for Behring
Sea to-day,
The sealing schooner Maggie Mac,
from the west coaat, hss arrived with
130 skins.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Quite a sensation has been created
at Port Arthur by the arrest of Lee
Whitehead, wanted for' embezzlement
and forgery in Wisconsin, He will
probably be extradited.
Advices from Bay St. George repre-'
sent that the relations between New*
foundland and the French fishermen
on the .disputed Frenoh shore are
reaching a crisis, Bloodshed is predicted.
The remains of the late Major Short
reached Kingston on Monday from
Quebec, and yesterdsy the funeral
took place.. A large body of military
proceeded the gun carriage bearing the
corpse, which was followed by Sir
Fred. Middleton, the mayor,, Bishop
Cleary, oity clergymen, aldermen,
civic officials and prominent men, and
a long line of carriages. Among the
floral tributes, which filled the carriage and were most appropriate, wu
one from Lord tnd Lady Stanley.
OBRIEN'S TESTIMONY.
London, May 22.—Wm. O'Brien
resumed ids testimony to-day before
the Parnell commission. He denied
he ever incited the poople to commit
outrages through his paper the United
Ireland. Tlie national league was
formed chiefly to oppose secret combinations of landlords, made for the purpose of carrying out wholesale evictions and replacing ousted tenants with
families, from other counties. The
witness stated he had belonged to the
executive committee of the league ever
since the organization was formed. He
had never heard even a suggestion to
encourage outrages. * Some branches
of the league had been suppressed
owing to their use of strong language
and excessive boycotting. O'Brien
said that while in America he bad no
connection with dynamiters. The
.vast majority of the members composing the convention held in America in
1886 were mon of the highest standing.
At that time Patrick Ford appeared
sorry for his previous attitude. On
cross-examination O'Brien said he was
unable to produce any record of
the league suppressing any of its
branches or of protesting against boycotting. The witness did not think
boycotting unconstitutional. It waa
simply the Irish for black balling. He
drew a distinction1 between oriminality
and illegality. The Irish had an
earnest and healthy repulsion of oriminality. "As to illegality meaning irreverence for law as law" said O'Brien,
illegality is bred in us.
THB PARIS EXPOSITION.     '
Paris, May 22.—The swarming of
peuple at the exhibition is becoming
serious. A quarter of a million people
were present on Sunday although the
exhibition is unfinished and the great
rush has hardly begun. The accommodations, sanitary and restaurant, are
utterly inadequate.
EVIDENCE AGAINST  COI'LANGER.
Paris, May 22—It has been repeatedly stated of late that the commission of the senate, at a court of impeachment, has failed to find any cue
against Gen. Boulanger. On the other
band the Eita Tette, a journal devoted
to the ideas and interests of ex-Premier Terry, declares this morning that
the commission is in possession of evidence the publication of which would
convince all minds that Boulanger is
guilty of treason. There is no lack cf
testimony, and the trial itill be proceeded with. Should the general return to Paris, as his friends predict, he
will be promptly arrested.
' PUGILISTS BAIL.
London, May 22.—Kilrain and Mitchell sailed for Soft York this afternoon.
LINCOLN IN ENGLAND.
Liverpool, May 22.—Mr. Lincoln,
the American minister to England, arrived to-day on the City of Paris. He
was received by the mayor of Liverpool, Henry White, first secretary of
the American legation and many other
friends. Tho party immediately proceeded to London by special tnin.
GERMAN LABOR DKMAMDS.
Berlin, May 21.—A strike prevails
here among the masons. They uk for
9 hours a day, two hours and a half
for meals, they also want work suspended an hour earlier Saturdays, and
days preceding holidays. They demand an increase of 10 pennies per
day in wages and 12 weeks notice in
cue of discharge.
A HITCH IK THE SAMOAN CONFERENCE,
London; May 21.—Dispatches from
Berlin state the negotiations of the
Samoan commissioners have received a
check owing to United States delegates
insisting upon the restoration of Mal*
iltoau king. This proposition wu .
objected to by the German delegates.
A FAVORABLE UEPOBT.
London, May 21,—The Canadian
Pacific Bailway Company's report,
which reached London to-day, hu
created a favorable impression in the
market The shares of the company
are advancing. The -Financial News
says: "Tho surplus of 9326,000 is
gratifying to those who did not entertain the gloomy foreboding of thepessi-
mists who prophesied that the. railway
would not earn its fixed charges." It
estimates the total net earnings at 85,-
000,000 for this year and a surplus of
from $1,750,000 to $2,000,000, whieh
will probably be used to pay an additional dividend over the 3 per cent.
guaranteed on the ordinary shares at
the end of the yesr. It notes with
pleasure the North Bay traffio arrangement with the Grand Trunk Railway
and earnestly hopes that this will
prove the beginning of a general desire to avoid the duplication of existing lines.
THE NOBLE GAMBLERS.
London, May 21.—A further hearing wu given today to the cue of the
penons arrested at the Field club for
gambling lut week. Mr. Seaton, the
proprietor of the club, was fined £000.
The other men discharged, It is denied that the mother of Lord Dudley,
who wu among those arrested, gave
the police the information which led
to the raid. Tlie authorities are determined to suppress the numeroui
gambling clubs of London.
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per 100 lbs.	
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Mutton '•
Potatoes '•
Cabbage "
Onions "
Wheal •'
Oato "
Peas "
ley, per ton .
_ .utter (rolls) per B>.
Obeese, " .
Biggs,     perdos.	
Oorawood (retail) per cord
Apples, per box	
""  .(-siRr'niper 100 lbs..
(dry)      •'      m,
Wool, por lb ..„ ,
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Kor 3 montha.............. - 2 '25
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Per month..      80
'--trweafc .-'•       "5
Payment in nil cases 'excupt- for weekly
rate) lo be made tn advance.
THE WEEKLY OOLUMBIAN
lABwed every W--dne-.duy Mornln**.
I-ellvered lu the City- per y6ar...-.«....*.$ioo
Mulled, per year. 2.00
Mailed, fi mouths .'...„ -.,. 1.26
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HnliMiilij Evening, Hay 32. Hint).
On another pago will bo found a
pretty full report of the public meeting   held  nt tho Hyack Hall last
night  to discuss tho limitation of
fishory licenses grievance, pass resolutions, etc.   From the whole limitation it is apparent that quite a number are, or imagine themselves to be,
aggrieved by the   limitation  put
upon   fishery  licenses   this  year.
This,   of   course,  is   the   almost
inevitable result   of   having  any
increased   restrictions    whatever.
Last year, between six and seven
hundred   boats   had   licenses  to
fish on the river.   This year, with
the addition of four hew canneries,
and the prospects for a "good run,"
the number, under the old regulations, would have been little, if any,
short of a thousand ■ but the department, not without what  they considered good reason (for they have
had recommendations to that effect
from  the  canners themselves, and
from the various provincial boards of
trade, as well as from the press),
- have this season, among other restrictive  regulations, put  a limit
upon the number of licenses to be
issued.   This limit tho minister of
marine placed at 350, but was in
duced, on account of  44 licenses
having, been issued before the limit j
had been determined, to consent to
100 additional licenses "for this year
only," making  450 in all.   These
450 licenses have been apportioned
by the inspector,' under instructions
from the department, as follows:
350 among tho 16 canneries, and
100 divided among the two freezing
establishments and fishermen for the
fresh fish market   So far as we can
learn, these arrangements, although,
we believe, fairly carried out, have
not given anything like general satisfaction, either among canners or
fishermen; but the question suggests
itself: If the department attempt to
interfere at all for the protection of
the  salmon   industry, is it not in-
inevitable that, somebody's joniB will
be trod on?  With  respect  to the
action of the meeting last night, we
would  commend to the favorable
consideration of the fishery authorities the second clause of  the lirst
and main resolution, which is to the
effect that the minister of.  marine '
and fisheries should "reconsider the
matter, and be pleased to grant that
for this year all bonajide fishermen
moy get a license," ifcc.   We would
not   undertake to  say how many
bona jide fishermen there are who,
owing to their circumstances and
anticipations, would suffer a genuine
hardship  if   deprived  of   fishing
licenses  this year;  but we would
strongly urge  that the number of
such really deserving cases be ascertained, and  a  point . strained,   if
necessary, in  providing them with
licenses for   the   present  season.
While the remarks of several of tho
speakers last night showed a misapprehension of the subject thoy were
discussing, in some particulars, the
suggestion made by nearly all, that
some restriction should be placed on
fishing at the mouth of the river, as
an effective means o£ protection, is
worth more consideration and practical adoption than it has yet received   by the department.    The
Dominion, government, we believe,
would do well to appoint n. special
commission  to get  to the bottom
of fishery mutters in this province.
The importance of the industry, and
the difficulty of making wise und
equitable regulations on imperfect
knowledge, would certainly justify
such an inquiry.
THE  .DAILY   COLUMBIAN [ bidden suoh a creature to begone is
foreshadowed by the gentle dignity
with which, just before bis inauguration, replying to one who had the
strongest claims upon his friendship,
and who had applied to him during
the progress of the 'presidential campaign,' as wo  should   say, for  the
promise of an appointment to office,
he wrote:   'In  touching upon the
more delicate part of  your letter,
the communication of which fills, me
with real concern, I will deal with
you with all that frankness which is
due to friendship, and which I wish
should be a characteristic feature of
my conduct through life.   *   *   *
Should it be my fate to administer
the government, I will go to the
chair under ho pre-arrangemont of
any kindor nature whatever."  And
when in it, I will, to the best of my
judgment, discharge  the  duties of
the oflice with that impartiality and
zeal for the public good which ought
never to suffer connections of blood
or friendship to havo the least sway
on decisions  of a  publio nature."
Furthor in tho courso of his sermon
Bishop Potter suid;   "Ransacking
the annals of our fathors as we have
been doing for the last few months,
a busy and well-meaning   assiduity
would fain reproduce the scene, the
scenery, tho situation, of a hundred
years ago I Vain and impotent endeavor I  It is as though out of the
lineaments of living men we would
fain produce another Washington.
We may disinter the vanished draperies, we  may revive   the stately
minuet, we may rehabilitate the old
scenes, but the march of a century
cannot  be  halted or reversed, and
the enormous   change  in the situation can  neither  be disguised nor
ignored.   Then we were, though not
all of   us, sprung from ono nationality, practically one people.    Now,
that steadily deteriorating   process
against   whoso   dangers    a   great
thinker of oNir own generation warned his countrymen just   fifty years
ago, goes on, on overy hand, apace"
(referring to the constant importation  of  foreign  elements).    "We
mistake bigness for greatness," exclaimed the learned bishop epigram-
niatically, "and, again, another enormous  difference  between this day
and that of which it is the anniversary is seen m the enormous difference in the   nature and influence of
the forces   that  determine our national and political destiny.    Then,
ideas ruled tho hour.   To-day, there
are indeed ideas that rule our hour,
but   they   must   be   merchantable
ideas,"   The concluding clauses will
boar quoting  for the thoughts that
they contain: "We have exchanged
the Washingtonian dignity for the
Jeffersonian   simplicity, which   is,
in truth, only another name for the
Jacksonian vulgarity.   And   what
have we got in exchange for it)  In
the elder states and dynasties they
had the trappings of royalty and the
pomp and  splendor  of  the king's
person to fill men's hearts with loyalty.    Well,  we   have dispensed
with the old titular dignities.   Let
us take care  that  we   do not part
with that tremendous force for which ,
they stood! If there be not titular
royalty, all the more need is there .
for personal royalty.   If there is no
more  nobility  of  descent, all the
more indispensable  is it that there
should be nobility of ascent—a character in them that bear rule, so fine
and  high   and  pure, that as men
come within the circle of its influence they involuntarily pay homage
to that which is the one pre-eminent
distinction, the royalty of virtue I"
Poor Benjamin Harrison, "the son
of his grandfather," who sat and listened   to  this  lugubrious lecture,
could not but take some of it himself, and he could hardly pick one
grain  of  flattery to  his person or
office  out  of  the whole lot.   The
inaugural sermon, although it took
a somewhat unexpected turn, can-,
not, in truth, be said to have been
uncalled for or altogether ill timed,
It created considerable adverse comment, notwithstanding, which is not
remarkable, and the opinion was advanced quite freely in American circles that Bishop Potter had gone too
far—farther in fact than he had intended himself. The worthy Bishop,
however, speedily corrected this last
impression   in conversation with u
reporter of  the New York World,
who  had  called on him to inquire
"if ho meant it?"   In the interview
which followed Bishop Potter showed
very unmistakably that he "meant
every word of it," and threw some
strong side lights onto the question,
supporting the position taken in his
sermon, in answer to the well put
questions of  the  indefatigable re*
porter. Those who thought the good
Bishop would recant were thus very
„_.ll l-L-t--..
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tbe best style and fitted with nil modern conveniences, having
bath rooms and olosets on ever; floor. It has lately been elegantly furnished throughout, and the appointments are completo in every way.
The cuisine, under tho 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 is intended to be a superior house in every respect, and
wo hope, by caro and attention to the comfort and wants of guests, to
win their appreciation.
Terms, $S.OO te $3.00 per Da****.
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PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
rwWNERS AND MASTERS OP VES-
W sels nnd oilier Craft navlgatlne the
Fraser River nre cautioned to koop within
tho Buoys pointed Red and White, respectively, lit the Mission Bridge, as during the construction of-tho Brlilce, navigation between the banks ot the River
nnd the Buoys Is dangerous, owing to piles
being driven there.
H. ABBOTT,
General superintendent.
Vancouver, B. C, 7lh May, 1889.  dmy8tc
Bishop Potter, who conducted tho
religious part of the Washington
inaugural  centennial  exercises  in.
New   York rsaontly, and preached
the inaugural sermon in St. Paul's-
Ohurch, witli. President  Harrison
sitting  whero, just  one  hundred
years before, had sat "the father of
his country" on a similar occasion,
struck a rather discordant note frono
the general jubilant strains of  tlje
celebration.   Bishop Potter's "wst-
blanket" took the form of a ratter
unfavorable comparison of tbe present age and- social and political condition and  methods with those of
Washington's time.' This modern
Jeremiah  wob particularly severe
upon the American political machine
as sho is, and declared that, owing
to the large influx of heterogeneous
foreign elements, the United States
was rapidly losing, what, was most
desirable that she should possess, a,
a distinctively national spirit and
oharaoter.   Said tho worthy bishop,
with  an infinite scorn of modern
political degeneration:   "The con-
' oeption of the national government
a. a huge machine existing mainly
for the purposo of rewarding partisan sendee—this was a conception
to alien to tht oharaoter and conduct of Washington and his associates that it seems grotesque even to
speak of it   It would be interesting
to imagine the first president of the
United States confronted with some
one who had ventured to approaoh
hiin upon the basis of what sre now
commonly known as 'practical polities.'   But-the conception is impos-
rible.   The  loathing, the outraged
majesty with whioh he would have |
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Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
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MiMwir AN  ENCHANTED   MINE.
i A Mountain of Cold Guarded by Ute Spirits
of Hf-maoreri Minor*.
About sixty miles from the Pacific coast ■
in the State of Sinaloa, is amountain known
us " Carro de! Oro," or Hill of Gold, writes
a correspondent of the St. Lotiia Qlohc-Dcmo-
crat from Sonora, Mok. . It rises in mu-
jeatie grandeur from the midst of clustering hills, grand in themselves,, but insignificant in the presence of this silent,
gloomy, rugged old king. To the casual observer there is nothing remarkable about
this magnificent mountain, whose Bides are
covered with vegetation, and apparently as
smooth as the grassy slopes of California,
seen from tbo deck of a passing Bteamer.
Its immensity is hot realized until tho ascent.
is undertaken. Its sides, apparently so
smooth, aro found to be traversed by deep
gorges and by fissures, shaded by giant
trees, whoso interlacing branches cast a
somber gloom over tho entrance-- to tho
deep canyons. Ib Ib with hesitation akin to
fear that one enters thoir envoi-nous depths.
Thore it is that the people of the neighboring hamlets havo taken refugo in the dark
days of revolution and invading wars, leaving their poor huts, and huddling their
children together to seek shelter from tho
rude storm of human passion, in the rugged
bosom of tho old mountain of mystery.
' Many a gray-beaded -man and woman can
-remember tho timo when with hurried
steps and' many backward glances they
sought shelter ih tbo deepest fastnesses, as
_ tbo only haven of safety. Fortunato word
thoy who had sufficient warning to gather
up their few cows and burros, tho format
furnishing milk, and tho lattor loaded with
corn and bedding from tho homo that would
soon bo destroyed My the roIontloBs torch of
tho invader.
Nothing but war in its crudest form could
induce a'Mexican to leave his homo nnd
seek Bhelter in the gloomy caves of old
- Corro doiOro. For it is the abodo of spirits
anu demons. Ko one cares to venture
alone into its depths, Many queer tales are
told of the strange Bights seen by venturesome persons.. That it Asunder a-spell of
| enchantment is well known by tho old and
firmly believed by the young.
That oxtenstvo mining has been done in
this mountain no ono can doubt, as numer-
j ous patios, whoro ore waa assorted, and
f ruins of arrastras where the gold was extracted, prove that beyoadadoubt; and by
I digging into tho piles of waste fino sped*
[ mons of free gold oro are obtained. But no
I trace of a mino can be found. Occasionally,
I in tho neighboring villages, while excavat-
I ing foundations for houses, bars of gold .
| havo been discovered, and ornaments of
| gold, crudely hammered out, have been un*
I earthed. But there are no gold mines
I known to cxUt within leagues of this
J mountain.
Thero is a strange tradition handed down,
I that long ago this hill was the scene ef
[. aetive mining; that the mountain sido, now
I so gloomy and silent, echoed tbo click of tho
I hammer, and the voice of tho muleteer urg-
1 Ing the patient animals as they toiled round
[ tho arrastra, and tho singing of tho happy,
i miners rushing down the mountain side,
[their day's task done-thinking of tho
I brieht eyes watching for them, and the hot
I tortillas and frijolos waiting for them at
I their humblo little home.
But in an ovil day all was changed. A
I band of robbers, lured by the glitter of tho
I abundant gold, swept down tho mountain
I sido like a blusttof flro, shot down tho mon
I liko dogs, not leaving a soul alive to tell
I the talo.' Tho treasure they scoured was
I immense. They loaded all tho mules with
I treasure and left tho place, so lately full of
I life, a scene of grim death and desolation.
I Then it was that tho "Duendes" ,t fairies)
I of tho mountain by enchantment closed ud
(the entrances or the mines, and At is said
■ that spirits of the murdered miners still
| dwell in tho mines.
Once ovory year the portals of the mines
[arc opened. On tho eve of St. John to-
I wards evening an old man appears at the
I mouth of the tunnel, and later the mount-
lain side Ab peopled,as of old^tyj.eboatly
lectors going through tho work as in lifo,
|tho men with their hammers, the mule
I'tcors at their arrastras, all busily at
I work, but silent ns tho grave. A youug
I man who was belated while looking for cat-
I tlo.:eamo unexpectedly upon tljo scono. He
I was fixed without power of motion, and
I was forced againBt his will to see the ghost*
liy crow at work over the glittering golden
■treasures. At twelve o'olock tho ghostly
■captain gavo tho signal and all hands quit
I work, and, seizing their napkins contain*
| Ang the midnight lunoh, Ut fires to heat
I their tortillas and coftco. The flro was an
I unearthly bluo and burned'with a flicker-
ling, uncertain light. The eyes of oach und'
I every one woro Ut up with an uncanny
I glow of phosphorescent light. At a word
I they all resumed work, until at the crow-
ling of a cook at a distant hamlet, all van-
I Ashed and the unwilling spectator found
I himsolf again capable of motion. In tbe
I gray morning ho rushed frantically homo,
I tearing bis flesh aod clothing in his mad
[■rush through the thorny brush. Arriving
I home, ho was met by a horrified look from
I his wifo, who fell fainting to the ground,
I His hair had turned snow white, and while
I only twenty five years old, ho appeared to
I he an old man of sixty.
Years after this some little girls were out
| gathering wild fruit.. Thoy camped upon a
I. level place freo of bushes, which they never
I remembered to havo seen. Looking up thoy
flaw the entrance to a tunnel, and just in*
I sido was seated a venerable old man who
I was making motions for them, to somo
I closer, but they being frightened ran home.
I The next day a party of men visited the
1 spot, but it was a tangled labyrinth of
| thorny brush interspersed with largo
f trees),
The tradition furthor states that in only
I one way can tho spell bo broken.   That a
I person of perfectly pure heart-must walk
boldly up to the mouth of the mine, and
boldly addressing this old man, must ask
■ who he Is and what he wants. He will offer
to give to the speaker tho wealth of the
mountain, only on the' promise that one-
tenth of tho wealth taken from the mino bo
devoted to masses for tho souls of hhnseli
j and his murdered companions.
EXPERT IN WOODCRAFT.
[ A Cuban   Vaqnero   and   Bis   Singular
Knowledge of the Forest.
The woodcraft of our voquoro, Jose, says
1 Edgar L. Wakeman, Id his Cuban letter to
tho Washington Star, had many oxtoor*
. dinary illustrations. Striking his machete
•into a. beautiful tree he brought It forth
ejaculating most dramatically: "Mlrat la
langro do la doncella 1" ("See the blood of
thevirginl") Tho blade was dripping with
a blood-red sap of a red wood known as
came de doncella, or virgin-flesh. Again,
when we had becomo thirsty and could And
no water, Jose knew a back door out of his
dilemma. "Here is Aaron's rod!" said he,
' *' I wiU give you water." With this ho
•truck a large vino twice, levering a piece
as big as one's arm from the parrtr clmar-
ona, or wild grape, and from the mouth of
tho hanging tube we drank our fiU'of winoy,
refreshing Bap. So, too, his seductive calls
of the wUd pigeons, of whioh we found four
varieties, wero astonishing. He would first
with his hands make sharp, loud clappings,
grading these down to sounds as low as the
soft flapping of wingB. This would be
lowed by a voeal call so like tbat of tho wild
pigeon Uut one soemedhestUng there abovo
our heads. To these would como low, half-
doubting answers from all about ub, and,
finally, tbe scurrying and rustling of the
deluded bird* above.
A Mighty Iowa Nlinrod.
The Keokuk (Io.) (late vtty tells a good
yarnofoneJimWopton, who lives hi the
brakes of Bkunk river, pear Balem, aud is
a Ucoal descondont of Daniel Boono and a
mighty hunter himself. He caught a wolf
in a trap. He concluded he would tamo It
and exhibit At at Salem. Whon he loosed
"the varmint" It treed him. Before lotting It out of tho trap he hod tied a rope
around the wolfs neck and fastened it to a
tree. Bo he had the wolf and tbe wolf bad
hlm. Herat up in tho treo'aU forenoon and
- the wolf kept guard below. At noon bis
wifo started out to find what had become of
him, She arrived on. tbo spot and was good
relief corps, She out the rope tn an instant
and with a " shoo I you beast,'' ehe started
tho wolf offat the rate of smile a minute,
and Jim crawled down out of tho tree then
An a way to mako his groat backwoods an-
Streets and Park Debenture By-Law.
A By-Law to raise by loaii the
sum of $85,000 forStrcet and
Park Improvements.
■\X7HKREAS  IT IS   EXPEDIENT
W tha* tho council of the city of New
Westminster should provide for the improvement of certain streets in said city,
and of Queen's Park.
And whereas it wiU be necessary, in
order to effect said improvements, to issue debentures Of the Bald city for a sum
of money not exceeding $85,000.
And wiiKnEAs 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 special rate in eaeh year.,
And wheheas the amount of the whole
rateable property of the said oity, according to the last revised auessment roll, is
the sum of §2,540,245.
And whereas tho total amount of tho
existing dobt of the Bald city in 8155,500,
irrespective of the sum of $200,00(1 proposed to be borrowed undor authority of
the Water Works Debenture By-Law,
which by-law Is to bo submitted to a vote
of tho electors of tho city concurrently
with this by-law.
And whereas, for the purpose of raising the aaid yearly sum of $5,950 an annual Bpecial rate of 2 2-5th mills in the
dollar will be required,
Therefore, tho Mayor and Aldermen
oftho oirv of New Westminster, iu coun*
oil assembled, enact as follows;
1.'It Bhall be lawful for the mayor of
the aaid oity to mine by way of loan
from any perron or persons, body or
bodies corporate, wbo mar bo willing to
advance the same upon the credit of tne
debentures hereinafter mentioned a sum
of money not exceeding ln the whole the
sura of 885.000.
2. It shall be lawful forthe Baid mayor
tocuusetiny number of debentures to be
made for such sums of monoy as may be
required, but not for less than $100 eaoh,
sueh debentures to be sealed with tho
seal of the corporation, Binned by thb
mayor and countersigned by tho treasurer of tbe said eity.
a. Thesaid debentures shall be made
Saynble In fifty years at furthest from the
ayon whicli this by-law tukos effect,
-either ln --terllng money of Qreat Britain
orln currency of this province or'the
oountry wbeie the same may respectively
be made payable, which may bo In any
Elaco or places authorized by law as may
e agreed upon between the purchaser or
purchasers thereof and tho mayor, and
lhe mid debentures Bhall have attached
to them coupons for the payment of ln*
torcHt,
4. The skid debentures shall bear Inter*
est nt the rate or flve.per centum per annum from tho date thereof, which Interest
shall bo payable half-yearly on the first
(lityt-of January and July tn eaoh and
fund for the payment of tho mitd debentures and tbe intoreHt thereon an equal
annual speoial rate of 2 and 2-5th mills In
ilicdollarshall be levied and•ttolteeted,
ln addition to all other rates, in eaoh yenr
upim all the rateable properly in tlm said
oity during tbe currency of the said debentures or any of them,
fl. All moneys arising from thB said rate
beyond the amount required for tho payment of Interest upon the said debentures
may be invested ln each vear as the council uf tbo said corporation may direct, for
the purpose of creating asinklng fund for
tlie'redumption of thesaid debentures as
they rcBpectively become due, without
prejudice to any of tho powers conferred
u pon the said council by the act of Incorporation.
7, Tho proceeds of the debentures Issued
and sold under authority of this by-law
shall be applied to Improvements on
Queen's Park and tbe streets hereinafter
mentioned, and, ns nearly In the proportion following as may to the snld .council
seem expedient, that Is to sny; Queen's
Park, 515,000; Columbia Btreet, 94,000: Provost, Dallas nnd Carnarvon street*, fc'-fiOO,
Agues street, Ji!,500; Royal avenue, 99,000;
Queen's avenue, $3,000; Polbam Btreet,
S-tfrOO; Montr, al Btreet, 18,000; Melbourne
street, $2,600; Leopold Plaoe, 8600: Park
Lane, |l,500; Clinton streot, ft000; St. Pat
rick street, 11,000: Clement Htreet. $8,000;
Ht. George Htreet, $1,000; Mury street, $1,000;
st, John Btreet, $1-000: Douglas street,
•5,000: Halifax street, $750: St. Andrew-*-
ami Kill co streets, $3,000; Fortes'iueHlrei-t.
[2,7001 Edinburgh Btreet, 92.W; London
slreet, $1,000; HlackleHtrci>l,S500; Merivnlii
street, $500; Blackwood street, $500; McKenzie street, extending and mnklnir,
ST-BUO; streets in Mt Andrew's eqnare, ?i,r-00;
Ut. George s squaro, $500; ftt. Patrick's
square, 81,000; sidewalks.and general
Htreet ropal[-*,i8,ar)0; provided tliat nut of
tho said sum of 1111,000 set apart for
tho improvement of Queen's Park there
shall be paid Into the city treasury tu tbe
credit of the general account the sum of
$8,001', being the umount already expended
out of the general revenue tor Park Improvement.-; provided also that If the requirements of Hny of the streets above
mentioned should be found'lobe less nr
greater tbon tbe sum apportioned to said
street, the said sum maybe Increased or
diminished as in the circumstances may
seem to the oouncil expedient, and the
aurplus, If any, remaining out of i he appropriations ubove sot out. after said
streets have been completed, may be up-
piled to other worka of permanent In*
provemeut not specified herein, at the
discretion of tho council.
8, This by-law shall tako effect and
come-into foroe on tbe 17th day of June,
A.D,, 1889.
0. This by-law, before the final passing
thereof, Bhall reeolvo tho assent of tho
electors of tbe city In tbe manner provided by the New Westminster Act, 1808,
and amending acts,
10, This by-law may be cited as the
Htreet and Park Improvement-Debenture
By-Law, 1889.
By-law read a flrst time on the Oth day
of Hay, 1889.
By-law rend osecond time on the (lib day
of Hay, 1889.
NOTIOB.
TAKE NOTICE THAT'THE ABOVE
ia a true copy of the proposed Bylaw whioh will be taken Into consideration by the Municipal Council of tho
City of New Westminster after.one
mouth Irom the first publication thereof
inthe British Columbian nqwspaper,
which publication took place on the 15th
day of May, 1889, and that a vote 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 the
13th day or June, 1880, between
the hours of 0 o'clock a.m. and 6 o'clock
p.m. D. BOBSON, .
City Clerk,
WafcetWo-rits Debenture By-Law.
A By-Law to provide for the
issue of Water Works De-
bcutiireg.
WHEREAS BV THti "NEW
Westminster Aot, 1888," an act
of tho legislature of British Columbia,,
passed in the-fifty-first year of the reign
of Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, and
chaptered forty-two relating to the corporation of the City of New Westminster, it is among othor things provided
that tho council of the corporation of
the said city may, subject to tho provisions of the said act, pass by-laws for
constructing wator worka, and providing
for tlie expenditure thereof.
And whereas ib is oxpedient that
tho counell should provide for tho construction of water works for the supplying of water to the inhabitants of
the said oity.
Akd Whereas, in order to carry into
effect the said proposed construction, It
will be necessary to Ibbus debentures of
the tald 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 sum of
914,000 to be raised annually by special
rato in each year.
And Whereas the amount of tho
wholo rateable property of thB satd oity
according to the last revised assessment
roll is the Bum of $2,540,245.
And Whereas tho total amount of
the existing debt of thB oity ia the sum
of 9155,500, Irrespective of the sum of
885,000 proposed to he borrowed under
authority of the Streets and Park Im*
Erovement Debenture By-law, which
ylaw is to be submitted to a vote of
tho electors of the oity oonourrently
with this by-law,
Therefore, the corporation of the
City of. Now Westminster enacts as
foltows:---
'1, Itshall bo lawful for the mayor to
raise by way of loan from any person or
persons, body or bodies corporate, wbo
may be willing to advance the same upon
the credit of the debentures hereinafter
mentioned, a sum of money notexceedlng
ln thu whole the Bum of two hundred
thousand dollars.
2. Itshall be lawful for the mayor to
causo any number of debentures to be
made for hucIi sums of money as may be
required, but not for less than one hundred
dollars eaoh, such debentures to be sealed
with the seal of the corporation- and
signed by the mayor and counter-signed
by the treasurer thereof.
8.  Thesaid debentures shall be made
Saynble ln 11 fly years at furthest from the
ay on which this by-law takes effect,
either ln sterling money of Great Britain,
or tn tbe currency of this province, nr the
oountry where the same may respectively
be made payable, which may be In any
placo or places nnlhorlzcil by the said not
us may he agreed upon between the purchaser or purchasers thereof, and the
raiiyor-and the said debentures shall have
attached to them coupons for the payment of Interest.
4. Tbe aaid debentures shnll bear interest at the, rate of five per centum per
annum from the date thereof, whioh Intereat shall be payable balf yearly on the
first days of January and July in each
and every year.
5. For the purpose of forming a sinking
fund forthe payment of the snid debentures and tbe Interest thereon an equal
annual speoial ruteofft^mllla In thedol Inr
shall be levied and collected in addition
to all other rates ln each year upon all the
rateable properly ln the said city during
t he currency of tlie said debentures or any
Of thom.
0. All monies arising from tbe said rate
beyond the amount required fnr the payment of Interest upon i he said debentures
may be Invested In each yenr as the counoil of tho said corporation muy direct, for
the purpose of creating a sinking fund for
tlio redemption of the mild debentures as
tbey respectively become •'■ne, without
prejudice to any of the powurs eon 'erred
upon the satd council by the Mild act.
' 7, This bylaw shall take effect nn tbe
17th day of June In Iho yoar of Our Lord
one thousand eight hundred iinl eighty-
nine.     . , •i'i i
8. This by-law, before (lie final pausing
thereof, shall receive tho assent of the
doctors of the city In the manner provided by tho New Westmtuster Aot, im, und
amending act-;.
0, This by-tn'"' may he cited-as the
\\ ator Works Debenture liy-Law, latw.
By-law reitd a flrst time on the ilth day
of March, 18*19.
By-law read a soennd limo on tha Uth
dnyof March, 1880.
iro-rzosi.
TAKE NOTICE THAf THE ABOVE
ia a true copy of the proposed Bylaw whieh will bo taken into consideration by "the Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster after one month from
the first publication thereof in the British Columbian newspaper, which first
publication took plaoe on the 15th day
of May, 18S9, and that a vote of the
Electors of the City will betaken on said
proposed By-law at the New City Hall,
Market Square, in said oity, on the 13th
day Of Jntte, 1889, between the
hours of 9 o'clock a.m. ami 5 o'clock p.m.
D. KOBSON.
City Clork.
FREE-eAND
Crayon. WnterColard Pastille Portraits
al nt. Paul Prici-n.
"INSTRUCTION GIVEN IN DRAWING
1 and PainlingaccordlngtnlhebeBtEu
ropoan Method-).
MISS LINNIE LEWIS.
atndloCor. iinyul Avenue £ Mary ftU
Order! for portraits token at D. Lyal A
Co's and nt Studio. dapSlml
THE WESTMINSTER
PoultryYards
JOHN S, OOX, Prop.
sb.	
^^^B       Partridge Coehhtiu,
-«Brr whiu.wi>Ti,sP-.t.u..
White Crested, Blatk and Golden
PoUnds. '
Houdans* Bllrer-penclllcd Il*m>
burn*
Black,Red and Pitt Games.
Toulouse Geese,     Rouen Ducks.
' Hy Yards are open for inspection.
dwmbSto     j
0. t. WOODS
Um Suivevo*.
A. C. OAMBLE
NOTMT PUlUS.
LAND SURVEYORS,
BmI &tate, Innruut, Ftnasdil Afenis
AND CONVEYANCERS.
jLGHiJBTTa iron
FIRE.—The Western of Toronto.Tho JEt*
no, Ttie City of London, and Tht Hartford. .  , -
11 FE.-The New York Life Insurance Ca
ACCIDENT—Tho Travellers* of Hartford
Land
ourately __
Oity am
Surveying In all Ite bi
andjiromptlyjoarrled
ind Suburban Landi
branches ac-
"out
_.., _..„ ,.  is Atr sale.
We nan show a complete 11-t of desirable
localities. ...
Farming Lands. Improved and unimproved, throughout tbe dlslrlct.
Mining aud other Stoek bought aud
sold, ' J J ,
Money to Loan on first mortsaito ot
low rates. 	
TKLTmiom* Call No. 88.
P. O. DRAWER W.
ffOODS.TCBrSiAaAMBlK,
Omn, tiuiri lion, ■ OouMHulmn
NEW WESTMINSTER, -
'    dnbl-tte
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
QAWMILL OWNERS, LOGGERS, and
O others are notified that our steel
Tug-boat,
"TEFIO,"
Will bo ready for work about the Uth inst.,
and we are prepared lo enter Into contracts for all kinds of towing, lightering, Ac.
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
dmysto Vancouver, B. C.
LORENZO IERT0BA, Decease-.
A IA. PERSONS having any claims
A against the estato of Lorenso Lertora,
formerly of the Fountain, near Llllooet,
decease,!, are hereby required to sond In
tho particulars of tholr olalms IoQillio
Piagqio, of Happy Valley, Mctoliosln
District, or to Nicola Bom***, of the Fountain, Llllooet, the Executors of the will of
the will ot the said deceased, oa or beforo
the 1st day of July next.
Daled 80th April, •"""
ilwmy,ml
GILLIO PIAGOIO.
thMvEO from -tmm to Vi-raml
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away' to
customers this year.
0. A. McTAVlSH,
dmhaome vrcrotti a, b. o.
  ,       '.    .IJ.
MRS. T. DEIGHTON,
NUBS 111,
IlAKEUTBIBUPPunTUNITY of lotting
the public know that she Is now at-
home, and respectfully solicits 11 share of
the public patronuKC. KKSlDRNCE-neUr
Douglla St., on II. Blflotl's prinme-, New
Westminster, ■    tlup27ml
W. O. LOYE,
Misnable Boot and Shoe Biker,
Repairing Neatly Done.   Cork Sole
Work'-. Specialty.
arOrders promptly attended to,.
Clarkson St., in rear uf Colonial H**-
tel, next to Rand Bros.'offlce.  dnoltc
DRESS MAKING
At MISS JEKNIJfGS',
(Late of England)
Comer of Churoh and Columbia Streeta,
NKW WEKTMINBTEB.   .
•arSatlsfaotlon guaranteed.    dwMto
VIOTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 1SJJ,
M. R. SMITH A CO.,
Manufacturers of All Rinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appolntmenl to Her
Majesty'. Royal Nayy, the Dominion Government, Ac.
Medal and Diploma awarded at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition, London, 1889.
KAOTORY-Nlagara St, Jam.. Bay,
OF-ICES-67 Fort St., Victoria, B.C.
dapnns
Dress-MakingI
Misses McDODGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
SBr Satisfaction guaranteed.       dapUto
VANCOUVER CITY
FoundryiMachineWorks
rpHE
.E PROPRIETORS' OF TUEHE
._. works havo much pleasured notifying their friends and the public thnt they
are now prepared to receive and promptly
execute any orders for work ln their line
with whioh they may be favored.
A. McKELVIE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, RC., 8th May, 1888.
dwmyiato
WlLMvooUou
FRESH CAIIFOIIIIIA AND LOCAL
MITipt
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
-,   d'e21tc
Gorbett & Kennedy,
MANUKACTljUtrciW   OP
TIN, COPPER &S!(EET-IS0N
"W ABU.
vtebsteb's block (up-staiks),
Front Street,   •  NewWestmikster.
having just opened iu the
above llne, wc respectfully aoltclta
share of the trade, and trust by careful
attention to orders nnd mo'iernte charges
to merit the samo. Experienced workmen; set I-fraction Kunranteed.
EHtlmatesfurnislicdforaalvHUlzedlron
Cornice, Roofing, l-lumblnir, Giw-flttlng,
■steam and Hot wator Heating, Ac.
tew Entrance to premise*) on Mary St.,
in rear uf Bank of II. C. dwinhOIu
Goal Wood § Bark
THE USW.I.SrnNED  KEEPS   CON-
stnntly in stock the
BEST WELLINGTON GGAL
—AMO—
Wood and Bark, .
Wliicn be will sell at the LOWEST
HATES and deliver promptly.
*wu Orders left at the Btores of Mr. McColl and Mr. McDonough will receive
attention,
TK.IMS IOR HIKE. Stables, corner'of
Douglas and Columbia Streetfl.
HENRY ELLIOTT;
■ Now West,, B. 0„ Nov. 22,1883.    dno2.1to
TO SMOKERS.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FOE THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
oa™ MAINLAND.
; JrtFfhey are not only made of the
Choicest Tobacco but they are of
Hone Manufacture, and Bhould be
patronized by all good citizens,
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HOLBROOK BUILDINO,
OOLUMBIA 8TREET,        NEW WE8TMIHSTER.
dwHnoly
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS,
.-—ALSO—
A WM.L-SELESTED STOCK OF
DRY COODS
AND FURNISHINGS,
AT  THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
I.IINDnOHM'H BLOOK,
Columliln Slr.fl,       \c.» 'Yeslmln-I-T.
noldwly
North British and
Mercantile
"FIRE
INSttRAMOE
COMPANY.
E8TABU8HID 1800.
Capital,   -   *$14,8OO,00Q.00
OF LONDON.
Capital,    ■    $9,133,000.00
RATK8 AS   LOW AS   ANY OTH1R
COMPANma DOINO  BBHINBHS
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
T. O*. T^LQTJBSS
Agent tor Kew Westminster City
•        ud District,        dleSto
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Late Partner of John McVlcker*
MINING ENGINEER, U.B. A PROVINCIAL SURVEYOR, 4 AftaAYf.lt.
Mahoniu TKHt-XTfi   I'l-iiCl",   Vamchtjvbb,
Hr't, Uol,
Atr Reliable reports, underground surveys and maps of mines executed ntlow
rates, Assays made on all kinds uf minerals, gold and silver bars.  Thirty yenrs'
experience  in mining In, Asia, Europe
nud United States Of  America.  Speaks
ton IiwBitu.gen.   Assays from a distance
promptly attended to.   Address Vancouver, EC. ddelTto
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
New Westminster Suburban Lot No. 15,
Block X,
A CERTIFICATE OP INDEFEASIBLE
Title to tho nbove mentioned Lot
will be Issued tn Henry Elliott on the 10th
day of June, 1680, unless In tbe meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to tbe
unden-lened.ln writing, by some person
claiming an estate or interest ln said Lot
or some part' thereof.
li. W. ARMSTRONG.
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, 7th Maroh-'1689.
mhTd8m .
J. W. WINGER
DEALERIN
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teartilng
Done on Short Notice arid at Reasonable Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Stock.
Orders left at tbe O, P. S. Whirl will be
promptly delivered. dmnWto
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
OART-a-aa
Temple of Music I
Is the Place to Buy First-Class
PIANOS a™ ORGANS
At such Prices and Terms as will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
;For prices ond terms, apply to CARTER'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC,
Vancouver, B. €.
230 Hastings SU West. daplOto
mm ilk!
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANUFACTtTUEHH   OK
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Proceis.
W ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
Mill*, nl Kotlk sasnlcb.
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE: Vl-torln.
dmhaome
330-332 CORDOVA BTRKKf,
VANCOVVEK.B.C.
Importers and Dealers lu
MACHINE
OF ALL IIFHCKITIONC.
MARINE WORtTa* SPECIALTY.
dwdeSOle
BOZONY&CO'f
303 Cordova Street,
Vancouver, Brit. Ool.
WHOLESALE
LIQUQRSJ CIGARS
Telephone Orden Promptly Attended 'to.
TELEPHONE CALL 103.
dmh22m6 ,
education brahoh-or the
Provincial Bkcretary's Dbp't,
Victoria, May 7th, 1880.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
iS the Annual Examination of candidates for certificates of qualification to
tench In the Public Schools (if the Province will be he)d as follows, commencing
on Monday, July Hth, at 10 it. m.;
In Victoria Legislative Hall.
In Kamloops..,Publlo School Building,
Eacb applicant must forward a notice,
thirty dnys bpfop- the Examination,stating the class and grade of ccrtiflcatofor
wliich ho will be a candidate, and the
place at which be will attend.
S. D. POPE,
dmytOml Superintendent of Education.
Dominion^ Lands.
JY YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
rasing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
oraojf land frbm the Dominion Govern*
ment?
DO NOT PAY CASH
But pay in SOXtIP *nd save a
large discount.
Scrip can be obtained In large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY A CHAMPION
B__.2fr___IBBB,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OR FROM
Till: BASK Of BRITISH COMKBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTEB
dwmbSto.        	
•fflTABLIBBKB 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
lUTCHeR.
Hnti, opposite Ike Colo.UI Hotel,
NEW WESTMlUSJEB.
THK LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment ol sll descriptions ol
MEATS AND VMETAILES
Consts-niy on hand, and sap-died to Fun,
llles, lUsturwts, ud StMmboats »t th.
lowxst rossiuw; wucss.
CIVIC NOTICE.
J}ERSONS INTENDING TO ERECT
. Building or Fences within the City
mltu will be furnished with proper street
lines on application to the i onncll, orto
the Board or Works. Applications stunt
be lu writing.
J. G. JAQUES.     ,
Chairman Board of Works.
New West., May 8,1869. dmyUml
VTOTICE
J ft HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE
applied to the Hon. the Minister of
anus and Works for a license to cut and
remove timber from the following described lan-ls situated on Deep Cove o*
Nortb Arm of Burrard Inlet, in Uroup I,
New Westminster District:
Commencing ut a post Bet 50 chains west
from Deep Cove, west HO chains, tbence
nortii 85 ohalns, thence east 08 chains,
thenco soutli .'.0 chains, theuce north-cast
m.% deg., 15,60 chains, thenco south 40
chains tu point of commencement.
v w H HIGGINB
New West,, B, C„ lOtii Hay, 1880.     dml
NOTICE.
SITTINGS OF THK COUNTY COURT
of Curl boo will bo held ut—
Llllooet Thursday.. .23rd May ,1889.
Oiinton Saturday.,. 8th June, '■
lBO-Milc House...Thursday...27th   "     "
Soda Creek Saturday ...mil   "     "
Quesnt-Hem't-h ...Tuesday..... 2nd July, "
Richtleld Friday 5th   "     "
By Command,
JNO. BOBSON,
. Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Offlce,
mil April, 1889. dap2flml
HIGH BOROOXi
Entrance Examination!
THE SEMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION
of applicants for entrance to High
School will commence In the Central
School, Now Westminster, on
Monday, May £7th, at l F. M.
Candidates must be.punctuul.
S. D. POPE,
Superintendent of Education.
Viotoria, Ma; 0,1889. dmyOtd
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
Flsb i Bame Dealer!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Highest Price paid for Furs and
"Ife
Deer Hides.
Correspondence Invited.   ...Telephone
Call No. 6. "-■"-
djaSUi
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot or Douglas Street. Near
Columbia Strbrt.
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
F'
IRESH   BREAD,   OAKES,  PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., eto.
Hotel and Restaurant trade solicited.   -
All orders  promptly attended to and
delivered lo.imy pnrt. of the city.   diiih28y
LLKminhlMs
.Cos. Oolumbia md Churoh Sn.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
_m±i liite, Tablets, Etc.,
In Marble or Granite of Best Quality.
CORNER     POSTS    AND    CURBING.
N. B —Just received-tlte finest assortment of Heiilcb 'ii-unlti- M-inanit-alx ever
seen I n British Columbia, which will be
sold at prices putting competition out of
the question.
dwmhSiyl MEk.HAMILTON Pf.op.
THE ATTRACTION
Of Columbia Street
JAS. ROUSSEAU'S
GREAT CLEARING SALE
GOOD-FITTING BOOTS AND SHOES CONTRIBUTE
much to the health and comfort of every home. Therefore,
everybody ought to know that JAS. ROUSSEAU'S is decidedly the
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 cash purchases 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,.
SI Col-axa-tola Street.
Custom Work promptly attended to. dwto
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDINO, FKONT STREET)
XZ—____X__   X-T
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Ooods, -Ui-occrics,   Boots & Shoes, Hats & (taps,
Crockery. Glassware, Ac.
MENS     -Ac     BO "VS'      RUITO.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Abo,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
i;i   N. B,—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission. tK*uOrders
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. dwJeStc
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LANB & INYESTIENT A6ENCY, Ld.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE,* 15 Serjeants Inn Fleet St. -LONDON, ENG.
The Business of ALLSOP A MASON haa been merged In the above Company
and will be carried on by the Company from thb date aa a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agency,
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Ratet, Town Loti aad Fanning
Landa for Sale on easy terma.
Viotoria a C, Ma; 16th, 1887. dwjaTte
TIME   CARD.
o. x». aar. oo.
Tbo Fine First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will L-iiTC tlie C. P. N. Co.'s Wharf,
a-vaa-sr
Tuesday,Thursdays Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOB CMlllWHACK AND WAY PORTS.
Returning Evory
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufficient Inducement, offers sbe
will proceed to HOPE and on such
occasions will leave ber whnrf
at 4 a.m.
Connecting with the C. P.N.Oo.'flSleamer
for Victoria.
'    . JOHN IRVING-, Manager.
T. L. BtUCiflB. Anent,
New Westminster. dnpflto
Time Table!
THE STEAMER
BOBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER every Monday morning nt 7 o'clock for Nannlmo, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vanoouver.
Leaves Westminster every Wednesday
nt 7 a. m, for Nnnaimo din ct, ■ onnectlng
with Island rnllway nnd Comox steamer.
Leaves Nanaimo for Vancouver on
Thursdays and Fridays and returns same
dnys.
l.eavi-n Nannlmo on Saturday ut 7 a.m.
for Westminster direct, *
For freight or passage apply on board,
or to T. L. BRiGfJB, C-, V. N. wbiirf.     dte
VIOTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER TOR SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
CASTORIA
for Infante and Children.
■*Os»-»sl.l.*»T^^spM*.-MM»tlMS I OmimU em. Coll*. Q-esUp-tlm,
lmxmmondllu-op--1or-o-jir*ire-crip*loii I Soop Stp-Mcli,jaMrhoe., f™**-l«V    „
smnloin.."    allOT«,lI.D,       I lS____^^m stop.*-* I-*o»>«*->*"'
IUBo.OitonHl,Brooklxo,M.T.   I WtttoM ujorions _a____a_
The Cent - hr Compu*y, 77 Murrey Strftet, N. Y.
M.A.McRAE
Merchant Inllor
BEAUTIFUL RANGE OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Check *
SD116S,fMl&0WiU
for spring and summer.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Columbia St.,  •  Niw Wksimisstkb.
-Iwmh-slo
Mill. Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AMD SIN8LE RIGS
At Special Low Rates.
Braying ui JUl liiii of Teaming
i Done at Shortest Notice.
jit Gel
tbe Oity.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
M-Stables nearly opposite C. P. K. Depot,Columbia St,, NeV Westminster,
djallto      QILLEY BROS. PR°ps.
>X)H POULTRY, Ac.
Rice Heal,
FOR CATTLE FEED,
dmhWnid
STABLES.
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
PBOPBIXTOB.
GOOD DRIVING tt RIDING HORSES
for Hire, Hacks oal! at all Steamer*
nod Trains. Speoial attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may be left at tbo Offloe of Mathers* Milllgan,Commission Merchants,
j-ront Htreo% Now Weit,
W. ELSON,
Merchant Tailor,
POET MOODY, B. 0.
Hr. Elson will be at the Colonial Hotel
tbe flrst Wednesday la eaoh month for
tlie purpose of tnklng orders.     dWJa28to
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
1 Old Broad St. an' 18 Pall Mau,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
(OR INSURING HOUSES 4 OTHER
Buildings, Good., Wares, Meroaan-
:, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ship, ia Port, Harbor or Dook, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Shins build
ing ud repairing. Barges and other Vos
sets on navigable rivers.tad canals, and
Goods on board suoh Ve*-sels, throughout
Great Britain ud Ireland ud Is Foreign
Countries,
s-ROM LOSS OR DAMifli BI F1BR.
Sulacrlbed ud Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every information oan be obtained on application to -
W. J. ABMSTRONe,
Agent f et New Westminster.
To San Francisco, Cal.,
BY WAT OF THE
x.xxtm.
THE MT.SHASJA ROUTE.
aUIOKERIN TIME THAN ANY OTHJtll
ROUTS BETWEEN
SewfeilBiutirjBd Sta bum.
MMUtWIIOIIIIOTt CF THE MtinOM»JT
PULLMAN   BUFFET tLKPERtt
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Second-Class Passengers, attached to Express Trains.
Fare from Portland to awtnmwto ana
Han Franclsco-Unllmllod, *»; Flnl-
class (Limited), Wj SMond^lasi (III-
mltedl.tis.
TIIRUUUH TICKETS lo all point. South
and East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES:
City Offiob, No. 134 Cor. Flrat A Ald.i
Btreets;
Depot Officii, Oor. F * Front Stnet.;
Portland, Oregon.
R.KOEHLKR,       K. P. fiOBERg,
Manager.       Ai.l.O, F. i P. A.'*
*-■-*'■'■■- Jl.ulg British Columbian
Wedntednr Evealaff. May 99, ISM.
ADVEMISIKQ RA1ES POR THE MILT.
- Transient Advertisements.—FirstliiNer-
tlun, lurls. per line solid nonpareil; enult
HUl.Huqiietit cuiiHueutlveInsertion,3cts, per
line. Advertlsemohla not inserted every
day—lirst Insertion, to cts, per line; subsequent insertions, 5cls, per line.
HI-ii.-'I nt- Ailvcrllseiiienii'.-l'rofession-
nl or Businesa CardB—S3 per month. Bpe-
eifil rales for geneml trado iidvortlslue,
according to space occripled «»d durntion
u>* ct ni tract. ,   ,
1'icilwn Hntes, wliendMpInyed.obarged
ii, >■«* cunt, lo«*. Hum transient advlfl, If
>,>; ,ii. oliarged at regular tram-lent rates.
-. .w-tnl Notices nmniig rcwiini: matter,
H» ttts. per line euch Insertion. Specials
tnserted by the month nt reduced rates.
IMrtbs, Marriages and Di-attiMl for each
iniiTiion; Kuuernl Notleea In connection
withdeatne, fid cut. each iutiertiou.
WEEKLV ADVERTI&ltIC RATES.
j-nn»*t--iitAdvcrilsriiiwit*.-t"irstiuser-
Mou, Hie..-, per line solid nonpareil; siib-
Ritanput. insertions, 7 ct«. per lino.
stHii-utc: AdvertUtiut-utn.-rrotesslon-
nl or Bin-lness OardH-HM.60 per month.
S|>.t!ii1 rales for general trade advertising.
SpOfchil Notleea, Hli-ths, Marriages and
Deaths, same rates as Dally.
tutu must lie nil metal,nml forlargecuts
an extra rate it III lie charged,
sWl-erions sending In lulvortlseineuts
Should bo careful to stale whether they
aretoiip-iuarln the Daily Edition, or the
Weekly) Or both. A liberal reduction is
made when inaerted in both. No advertisement Inserted for less than 31,
ft UB.SC BIBB IIS
Wbo do not receivo their paper regularly,
from tho Carriers or through   the Post
Otllce, will confer a favor by reporting the
same to the office of publication nt once.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Wonted H. V. Edmonds
Lectures on India. Mias McGregor
Tenders Cr. W.-Grant
Servico Bull T. Cunningham
For Sale G. A. Kelly
Ho police court to-day.
Burglars  are  operating   in   Vancouver.
Strawberries and Cream at the
"Olub." *
Sixty*two head of cattle arrived
from the interior thia morning,
AU tho fashionable iced beverages, at
the "Hub-" next tho "Queen's."   *
Nineteen carloads of freight arrived
from the east yosterday and to-day.
The str. Rainbow left for Victoria
thia morning with freight and passengers.
RusbcU's Restaurant,   opposite   the
American    Hotol,    open   day   and
.   night. a9ra3*
The Westminster assembly  dance
takes place  at Herring's Opera House
this evening.
Tho str. Gladys left for Chilliwack
this morning with 20 passengers and a
full load of freight.     ,
300 lots on the Tliorne road, from
865.upwardflat810 per month,—W.
Reidt, Front street. *
Misa Peebles has Fringes, Cords,
Daisy Balls; Materials for all kinds of
Needlework; Wools. *
•New Linen Flosetto, 9 cobra; washable. See Specimen work at Miss
Peebles'; 5c. skeins. '    *
The first coiisiyiiinent of Similkameen cattlo ia expected to arrive in
this city on Juno l!!tli.
Hanley and McNeill, tlie forgers and
Sprouster, tho thief were removed to
the penitetitiary yesterday.
Look at tho tine display of negligee
flannel and silk shirts and outing gaofa
in Ogle, Campbell & Co's window. *
The water in theriver continues to
rise a trifle every day. No damage \
from high water is expected thin summer.
The str. Dunsmuir left for Nanaimo
this morning with 15 passengers, 25
tons of meroh'nndiso and 27 head of
cattle.
The quarterly meeting of the board
of trado will be held nt the board of
' trade  rooms, this  evening at  eight
o'clock. ([iHUi-R-
Lots in sub. Lot G, B. XII, Dublin
and London streets- $100 and $125,
on eaay terms.—Woods, Turner &
Gamble. *to
North Arm Road Lots, from SI'OO;
Sapperton, 9150; and Brownsville Acre
Lots at $100- on easy terms, at W, J.
Walker ft Go's.       * *
Ten lunatics were removed from .the
gaol to the asylum yesterday and nn
equal number removed from tho nBy-
lum to the gaol.       '
Miss McGregor, who spent a number of years iu India, wishes to deliver
lectures on the customs, etc., of the
country.   Seo adv.
The base bull match, Vancouver ts,
Westminster, did not come off owing
to the failure of tho terminal city club
to put in an appearance.
Look out for thu great salo of lots in
the town of Seattle, at the Mission
Bridge, on June 15th next. For particulars, apply to Wm. Reidt.        *
Many of our citizens go over to Victoria to-morrow to spend the queen's
birthday. Fishing and picnicking parties to neighboring localities will, be
numerous.
The chaingiuig is doing good* work
at prexeut excavating for the foundation ot the new asylum building. Tho
work is proceeding rapidly under tho
direction nf Mr. Moresby.
A verba li in ami full account of the
proceedings and' history of the trial,
Regina v. Langis and Sullivan, will bo
iisued on Tuesday morning. Order
oarly; a limited number only to bo
published, To be had at all bookstore*.. *t3
Stock ranch, on Pitt Rivor, for $3,*
&00j worth at present rates 86,000;.
370 acres land with improvement; 13$
acres high bush land, rest prairie*.
Must he sold immediately; a rwo
chance for anyone with the cosh; do«2)lo
your money in 12 months. ' Anplar to
T. J. Trapp. *
'The artillery and rifles panufed mnt
night aud wero put through the marching past oxeroiaoi by Oapt, SfcoulUr.
The movements were performed inn
fairly satisfactory manner-,but much
more drill will be noceBsaiy. to bring
the corps into a proper ntato of effi-
oienoy. Both corps parade again tomorrow night
PBRSCWAIi,
Gideon Robertson, of Vancouver,
wni in tht oity to-day.
J. J. Blake nnd wifo, of Vancouver,
an registered at the Colonial.
W. fl. Redmond, of the Ames
Holden Co., Victoria, is in  the oity.
Mn. O. E. Woodi and Miss Dickinson wont over to Vanoouvor this afternoon.
: lavlistton to Bev. Mr. Starr.
Rev. J. E, Starr of this oity has received from the quarterly official board
of the Elm Street Methodist ohurch,
of Toronto, a unanimous invitation to
become tho pastor of that churoh on
tho closing of liis term here. Mr.
Starr will accept the invitation. Elm
Street church is the aecond largest and
one of the most central and important
churches in the Queen City, and while
we congratulate Mr. Starr on his invitation, we think that the Elm Street
church iB also to he congratulated in
securing so eminently popular a
preachor.— Times,
A BMiy Jump.
Yesterday uftoriioon a tyheo Chinaman jumped oil the Vancouvor train
as it wus passing the foot of Mary Bt.
The jump was successful but the results wore unsatisfactory. Being cumbered with half a dozen large parcels
the Celestial wna obliged to trust to his
acrobatic training to mnko u successful
landing, right side up. His feet and
head struck tho road together, after
which he performed a back hand
spring nnd finally brought up close to
the rails nnd his hend within an inch
of tho passing wheels, Too frightened
tu move, the Chiunnmu lay panting till
the train had passed some distance and
then he arose, picked up hit packages
nnd limped oll'iu the direction of China
town.
Northern News.
Capt. Lo Blanc informs us that he
' expects to bring down a considerable
number of prospectors and 'miners
from Texada to this city to celebrate
tho queen's birthday. He thinks
Texada is sustaining its reputation in
tho minds of the gold seekers, nnd
thnt it will ultimately be a place of importance in B. C. Work is going
ahead vory satisfactorily in the mines,
nnd the neighboring logging camps nre
just rushing things. The Indians are
very quiet, and most of thom profess
Christianity when they cannot obtain
whisky. The latter seems to niter
their views of religion considerably,
and the Siwashes' mind reverts to the
days when ho ronmed around 'clubbing
and scalping his enemies.— -Courier.
Met Willi Banl luck.
Capt. C. D. Grant, of tho schooner
Oriel, hns returned homo after a long
and tedious voyage in the northern
waters. Tho Oriel left port on March
1st nnd sniled north ns fnr as Knight's
Inlet, some 200 miles, meeting a succession of wind nnd snow storms on the
trip. On arriving at tho hoad of
Knight's Inlet Capt. Grant chipped off
a schooner load of ice from the base of
a huge glacier and then sailed nwny for
the Ashing grounds. Contrary winds
and bnd weather delayed the voyago
north, which, along with x- few warm
Chtnooks, caused the stock of ice to
rapidly melt into water. By the timo
n full cargo of halibut was under deck
the ice had almost disappeared. The
trip south wns made in good time, but
on arriving in port it wub found thnt
tho warm weather, and insufficiency of
ico to preserve the' cargo, had soured
the fish and the whole were spoiled
nnd useless. It is to be hoped Capt.
Grant will meet with better luck next
trip, foi he deserves it, he having been
the flrst fisherman to successfully explore the northern waters for the cod
and halibut banks which were known
to exist.
i » »   --	
Quarts on Ibe West Coast.
Mr. Wm. H. Hopkins  returned by
the steamer Isabel yesterday from an
extended prospecting trip in the interior of this island. He brings with
him quite a quantity of quartz rock
from an extensive ledge discovered on
this island.' Mr. Hopkins is very reticent as to the locality, and would
nol give it away even to the inquisitive reporter. However the reporter
obtained the confidence of tho "Old
Man of the Mountains" and from him
learned that the lodge is situated in
the mountains between the mouth of
the Quallicum River and the Alberni
Oanal, and is just 15 miles from salt
water. Experts claim that the rook
carries a large precentage of silver, and
if their expectations prove correct,
Mr. Hopkins feels he hns a fortune in
sight. Wo trust he lias, for it is not
often that a -typo" makes his pile in
such a fortunate manner. The rook
will at once be assayed and its value
tested. It is contended that it will
throw Texada, laiund into the shade.
There is ample room for quartz ledges'
un all the islands, nud we hope to see
a number of them turn out to ho profitable investments, employing thousands of men.—Free Press.
STURDY PROTESTS
«rltl»»; Colaniblu Leads.
Very interesting results in rogared to
Ladoga and Fife wheats have boon obtained by the central experimental
farm nt Ottawa, Ladoga wheat, as
its name implies, comes from tho region of Lake Ladoga, in the north of
Russia, latitude CO"—a district whero
the season of growth is short, and
heace cereals have had to adapt themselves to the climatic conditions surrounding them or elso succumb. Last
year this wheat was sown in overy
province of the Dominion iu ordor to
obtain results and to ascertain its productiveness nnd adnptabiliy to the
various purts of the country. The results have been most satisfactory, and
in this instance, as in all others where
agricultural teats have been made, British Columbia takes the lead, doubling in product that of the next highest
yield. The avenge yield from each
three pounds of Ladoga sown wns as
follows: Manitoba, 38 lbs.; N.W.
Territories, 63 lbs.; British Columbia,
120 lbs.; Ontario, 44 lbs.; Quebec, 50
lbs,; Nova Scotia, 26 lbs.; New Brunswick, 50 lbs.; Prince Edward ialand,
45 lbs. These figures speak for themselves and loave no- room for doubt as
to the superiority of both Lhe soil and
climate of British Columbia for producing immense crops. Other com-
}>ariaens, favoring tliis province equal*
y as well ss the above, could be easi*
ly given when necessary.
Hade at the Pniiiic Meeting last Night
Again*! Fisheries Begvlatlvas.
Tho publio meeting, called by the
mayor, in compliance with a numerously signed requisition from the citizons, to consider the new fishery regulations, took place in the Hyack
Hall last evening. A large number of
fishermen, oitizens and others were
present. At 8:30 o'olook Mayor Hendry took the chair and briefly explained
the purpose of the meeting. On motion Col. D. McGregor was appointed
to act as secretary.
'11. O. Townley, who has beon acting
in n legal capacity for a number of
fishermen, addressed the meeting and
stated that those parties depended on
the Jiahing business sb a means of supporting their families, but by the new
regulations they wero thrown out of
employment. They complained of the
injustice of being cut off ut once from
this their resource, after making preparations for the Reason's catch. Mr:
Townley then rend a copy of a petition
signed by 40 fishermen, which was
sent to the department at Ottawa,
some time sinco, praying that the regulations bo reconsidered. He. then
rend a reply received from the deputy
minister of marine and fisheries, stating that the department would take
the matter into consideration at the
earliest possible date.
A number of old fishermen then presented themselves and addressed the
meeting in turn. They stated that
they had heen engaged in the Ashing
business on tho Fraser river for periods
ranging from eight to fourteen years;
they were dependent ou this resource
solely for the support of themselves
and thoir families, nnd aftor making
tho necessary preparations for the Ben-
sou's fishing, they wore, without notice
refused a fishing license. They made
an earnest appeal to tho meeting for
assistance in furthering their cause.
James Wise said he considered that
the action of the department in limiting the licenses to the canneries was a
gross injustice to thoso parties who
were deprived now of means for the
support of their families,
Mr. J. E. Lord addressed lhe meeting nt Bomo length. He considered it
destructive to the fishing industry to
limit licenses to tho canneries. The
fishing industry was not liable to bo
injured by increasing the present number of licenses. It was the manner in
which fishing was carried on that affected it. No nets should bs allowed
between the buoys at the mouth of
tho river. The spawning grounds
should be protected. Salmon tront fishing should be free at nil seasons of the
yonr, ns they nro very destructive to
the ialmon ova. The inspector of
fisheries ahould have discretionary
power to grant licenses to those whom
he thought proper.
Mr. Beers then addressed the meeting. In tho course of his remarks he
said that tho new regulations wore nn
injustice to the old fishermen. They
would now bo considered poachers if
they attempted to catch any fish, ahd
our representative at Ottawa was to
blame for tho whole mischief.
Mr. J. O. Armstrong was next called. He waa in Iub usual happy mood,
and denounced the new order of thinga
in moat racy terms. He characterized
the new regulations aa the most barefaced monoply oyer heard of, "and
what," he said, -'are we going to do
about it ?" Last year the, cnim, crytnen
had a barricade of hots constructed
from Point Roberts, to Point Grey,
and they will do the same thing this
yesr if allowed. Who developed the
resources of our country, and who
built up our town 1 The poor hard
working mon. Drive the poor fishermen away, nnd you will hnve an aris*
tocracy equal to the codfish aristocracy
of Boston;   (Applause and Cheers).
The following resolutions wero then
put to the meeting and carried unanimously:
( Moved byW. B. Townsend, and
secondod by John E. Lord, that this
mooting is of. the opinion that enforcing the law as at present enacted is a
very great hardship on the fishermen,
who have made preparations for the
season's work, and are completely
thrown ont of employment.
Therefore, they humbly beg that
the minister of marine and fisheries
will reconsider the matter, aod be
pleased to grant that for this year all
lionet fide fishermen may get a license,
and then, if found necessary, the restriction may be pat on' for the next
season, after giving due notice.
And, further, that it would do far
more good in preserving the fish if
there was a limit named ss regards
how far below Ladner's Landing the
boats should be, allowed to tish, and
bettor regulating time and places for
fishing.
Moved by J. E. Lord, and seconded
by Wm. Kent, that the board of trade
and city council be requested to endorse the foregoing resolution.
Moved by J. O. Armstrong, and
seconded by W. B. Townsend, that a
committee consisting of the mover,
James Wise, J. E. Lord, Jas. Beers,
Daniel Kay, Louis L'Henoff, T. Herring, and Antoine Beanta, be appointed to attend to thn matter, and
when the meeting adjourns it will
adjourn subject to the call of the'committee.
On motion Ool. McGregor wu added to the list to act as secretary.
Moved by J. E Lord, and seconded
by Jas, Beers, that tho secretary be
instructed to forward a copy of the
main resolution to tha minister of
marine ond fisheries, and alr.o to D.
Chiaholm, M. P.
A vote of thanks was then given to
the chairman and secretary, and the
meeting adjourned.
The remains of Louis Foisie, who
was lust in Dakota near the boundary.
io the bit*; blizzard of January. 1888,
hnve just been found. They were
identified by the clothing.
 Mi-a ■
Tho Liberals, of Toronto, met Monday night and deoided to hold an im
TO DISPEL COLDS,
Headaches and Fevers, to cleanse the
uystcm effectually, yet gently, when cos*
ti ve or bilious, or whon the blood is im-
J.iiro or sluggish, to permanently cure
inbitual constipation. to awaken the liver
and kidneys to a healthy activity, with*
out irritating or weakening them, use
j -Syrup of Figs,
—" ' ■        »■*•»■-*> _
Good fob All,—Dear Sirs:—I can
recommend J lanyard's Yellow Oil as a
-sure cure for rheumatism, from which
-diBeoae I suffered for some time, but was
"tired with two bottles. Itls the best
"-..jing I can get for man or horse. J.
MUSTARD, Strathnvon, Ont.
&Sf^^ th9' °ity I .'Children Cry for Pltyer'iiCastoria
THE TACOMA REGATTA.
O'Connor Bur-tains His Ucr4rd-"—nam
Stamps lee
At the great regatta at Tan una on
Saturday the day wss beautiful, v fine.
O'Connor rowed at 180 poundi, about
15 pounds over his usual weight,and
Leo was also out of form. Pet-orion
and Hamm wore in the pink of condition
and rowed for all there was in it. It
was 3:30 o'clock before the tint race
wss rowed. At the end of the last
race all the boats in the harbor blew
their whistles, and suoh an uproar -has
seldom been heard. The regatta was
a magnificent success from start to
finish. It wns whispered about previous to the race that Peterson would
give O'Connor a hard chase for flr.it
position, and on the tint mile and *
half it looked as though the firat honors might be wrested from the sturdy
Canadian by tho man from Sari Francisco, but after the buoys were turned
those near enough to judge boom noticed that O'Connor was. not -exerting
himself to any extent, but wss pulling
Ms usual steady stroke, Peterson still
had hopes, Aftor getting safeily about
he made a brilliant spurt and gained
rapidly on his famous opponent, but
to no avail, for he was no mor e than
\tm__mzss____ss___________mmESB_sm
even when O'Connor began to
throw his body with bis stroke, and
immediately went ahead, keeping the
lead until the finish, The race be*
tween O'Connor and Peterson was an
exciting one, O'Connor beating his
opponent by two seconds. No person
wbo has watched the oarsmen row during the week had considered Lee and
Hamm in the race for first place, but
all looked for a pretty race for
third position between these oarsmen,
and they were not disappointed. Going out, Lee and Hamm soon fell behind their swifter opponents, and then
the struggle began. Lee was pulling
a thirty-six stroke, and Hamm about
forty, but before many minutes they
both settled down to about thirty-
five. Lee turned his buoy a few seconds previous to Hamm, who, it is
claimed, hnd to row farther on account
of hiB buoyt floating away from its original mooring, Hamm Boon gained
on the ex-champion, and when within
500 yards of the judges' boat it was
neck to neck, and nob until within a
few yards of the finish did the mnn
from Nova Scotia forge ahead. This
race ended in a victory for Hamm by
a quarter of a boat length, he beating
Lee one second. The time was as fol*
lows: O'Connor, 14:2; Peterson, 14:4;
Hamm, 14:14; Lee, 14:15. The
course, which was to have been three
miles, was only about two and a quarter, the buoys being moved by the
tide.
WANTED.
I BOOT IS! CEDAR RENOE POSTS,
Imyafo HENRY V. EDMONDS.
FOR SALE.
THE   HOUSE  ON  FRONT   STREET
lately used as a
Hotel and Bakery
By Albert Delbel. Tbe oven Is In prime
condition: two years' lease.
Applyto G. A. KELLY,'
dmyZito ' McKenzie St.
II. C. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fundi
For the purpose of raising a fund to
contribute towards the patriotic and
worthy object of making the next annual provincial fair, to Im held -in this
oity, a grand and unprecedented success,
the undersigned agree to contribute the
sums opposite their respective names (to
be paid Into the association or to trustees
competent to receive the name, on or before 6 months from the date of the last
provincial exhibition, and to be applied
to preparing exhibition grounds and
buildings in the city, for increasing the
amount offered in prizes, and for furthering the exhibition in other ways):
The Columbia?* ,.i 5100 DO
Sharpe tt Paine, Lulu Island   10 00
L P Eckstein    10 00
O D Brymner   20 00
It W Armstrong-,   10 00
F R Glover.   10 Oil
Walker A Shadwell  10 00
Claud Hamber.    10 00
PeterGrnnt, ,    10 00
George Turner   10 00
WJ Armstrong   so 00
A J Hill    10 00
Capt A Grant.. ;    10 00
J 8  Maedoneir.    10 00
W O Loye    10 00
P Bllode-iu   10 00
F G Strickland -.    25 00
Gilley Bros    20 00
S H Webb „    25 00
T Cunningham    30 00
Henderson Bros, Chilllwhack  10 00
A B Wintemute    10 00
Per Ex-Mnyor Dickinson 212 85
Annie M -Tuques    10 00
Stewart A Cash   25 00
Jas Cunningham    ft) 00
Grant & HoKHtrom    20 OO
J W Soxsmith „ ,    30 00
Rev J H White    10 00
B Douglas „ 100 oo
Ks**v...il|i.r A Vo.-.-       .V. (A
A DenBrlsay    lfl (JO
W C Coatham    25 00
T M Cunningham   25 00
A E Rand   25 00
Ackerman Bros-.  20 oo
Rill A Carrie    25 uO
H T Read A Co    50 00
W H Thibnudeau    15 00
Grant A Maclure    10 00
Young A Terhune    10 00
Terhune A Co M    10 00
Ogle, Campbell A Co   20 00
Next I
Meteorological Keport ror Week Ending
Mny 18th, i«4».
MAX.   MIN. RAIN.
"      51.0
52.0 0.08
' 52.0 0.15
48.0 0,10
Sunday 06.0
Monday ,.„ 0.--.0
Tuesday 011.0
Wednesday 08.0
Thursday ffi.o
Friday 61.0     48.0
Saturday 05.0    49.0    0.11
Cloudy; showers;  sunshine.   Cherries
and strawberries [veryearly,; riverrlBing.
A. Pkelb, Capt'n.
TfhsnBiby was sick, we gave htr Cwtorts.
Vh« she was a Child, she cried for Cutoria,
•ffken she became Ust, Bhe clang to Cutoria,
WteshebsdOhll-lna,BUpvstbsBCastocls
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APTIBT CHURCH. Agnes Htreet*
__ i East of Mary Street. Lord's Day
Services at 11a.m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
School nndBtble Class at 2:80 p. in. All
seat* free; strangers cordially welcomed.
—Rev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
VrETHODIBT CHURCH. Mary
1V1 Street. Rev. J, H. White, Pastor.
Services ut 11 u. m, and 7 p. m. Sunday
School and Bible Class 2:80 p. m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at 7.!»p.m. Heats
free; strangers cordially Invited.
CiT. PAUL'S CHURCH, John Street,
Q Opposite Orange Hull. Rev. Thomas
Haddon, Pastor, Services every Sunday
at 11 a. m. and 7 p. in. Thursday evenings
at 7:30 o'clock. Hents free; all ure coidl-
ally Invited. Sunday School at 2:80 p. m,
•T1HURCH OP BNGLA.1D.~-HOLY
\j TRINITY CHURCH; Rector, The
Ven. Archdeacon Woods. S. MARY'S
CHURCH: Rector, The Bishop, Services
in both churches every day. All Beats
free. Both churches open all day for prl-
vate prayer.	
Lectures on India.
MISS McGREGOR, who has been ten
years ln India, will give Illustrated
Lectures to Church Societies, If application is made. Subjects of Address: - Manners and Customs of Central India; Tbe
Fire-worshippers j Common Things tn
India; The Condition of Women,—Ad-
dress Miss McGkkoob, New Westminster, B.C.
TENDERS
WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE UN-
derslgned up to 0 p. m.on MON-
day, 27th inst., for the
Erection of a foliage
On Pelham Btreet, Plans nnd spcclflca*
tlons at my offlce. Tbe lowest or any
tender not necessarily accepted,
G. W. GRANT,
ilmy22t3 Architect.
Service Bull.
THE THOROUGH-BRED ISTOKE-POQIS
JERSEY BULL,
"Governor Moody"
Will stand for service tbls season at Pelham Dairy, New Westminster, whero the
beautiful get of tbls superb animal can be
seen and Inspected.
A few onlvea for sale.  Terma reasonable.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
RAU'H Booth, Proprietor.
Manager. dmy22tc
•jT«gs> MLtmi'Mr
TIOTJR EXCELLENT ROOMS [suitable'
f for offlcesi In Hank of B. C. Building
[fitted wltb gas and heated with hot wut*
er]. Rent, from 810 to 812 per month each.
Aoplyto h B. FISHER,
dmyl5w2 Manager Bank of B. C.
QUEE-STS
BIRTHDAY
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"RAINBOW"
WILL LEAVE
Westmintter g Victoria!
, AT 11 A. M. ON
Friday, 24th May,
RETURNINH SUNDAY.
Fare for Roid Trip, $2,50
dmyjlfa
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BANK BUILDINGS,
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ITblkmionjs No. 60,]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
.   STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London nnd Lancashire Fire and
British Umpire Life Insurance
Comp-mtes.
New Westminster Building Society.
Accountant's Office, Diocese of N.W.
City Auditors. 1888,1887 and 188S.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN THE BUYING
AND SELLING OP REAL PROPER*
TY IN THE CITY AND DMTRIOT,
and other monetary transactions.
Have several good investments on their
books, and all new comers will do well to
call before doing business elsewhere.
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The finest assortment of
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JERSEYS, "j
TIT C. T. IK-REGULAR MEETING
TV . every Wednesday afternoon at 8
o'clock at tho W- C, T. U. Headquarters,
Douglas Hi. Loyal Le-rion In the same
place every Friday afternoon.—Mhh. Jab.
CuNNitiniiAM, President; Miss DkBkck
Secretary. •
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MR T. R. DUNCAN WISHES TO IN-
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■ he Is now prepared to give le-sona In
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A complete course guaranteed In three
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Follow, tho uso of Syrup of Bigs, as it
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Ogle, Campbell & Freeman
SILK AND FANCY FLANNEL
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS,
The' most comfortable Shirts for Sum-
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RHEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
JH-abxador XXexarlxifsra,
SuCadcezel, Salt Ood,
jftjnaaoiix'e TT*ao. __2nx_t__n.
__________o-ux'e True. Bacon.
FIovlx. Brail. Shorts,
a-rmoHtuT raioKS paid nm farm prodvgk.
Miawtr •ooullar-Armttrong Blook, Columbia St.
Largest assortment of La-j
(ties' Jerseys, English and Ger-
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town.    ______ !
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Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, M>
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses in steel, rubber, silver arc gu,\
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, $4 per pair j all sights suited. •
Special attention given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS.   Having harm*, ttij
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologors in England, and since the •
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the best firms on the cent. -
nent of America, is a -uifficiont guarantee of good workmanship.   Formerly man
ger for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Montrea "
Charges moderate,
Montreal, Deo,, 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman«
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watohmaker whn didfcdE
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and Lam sorry you are not hort to*day."   ^*-
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NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to      \j|
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New Goods arriving all the time.  A nice lot of CHRISTIE St-
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