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Array aovwr-mer-t Stint
AILY
Columbian.
VOLUME 6
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. 0., THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 20, 1889.
NUMBER 145
PRUKESS10NAL ANQ BUSINESS CARDS.
T. C, ATKINSON,
A.1UUSTEU, BOLT01TG-R, Ao, Officcs-
Masonlc aundiUB, New Westminster,
In dwto
AitMSTUONG A  K.CKSTEIN,
AUHISTEIW, 80MUITOIIH,   BTO.~
Masonlo Bulldlngi   Sow Wostmln-
-,B (J. d winy lie
, W. NORMAN IlOl-lQ. U.C.,
KTtiUSTER-AT-ljAW.iaNDAaKNT.
I Money to I--mi). Ulllct-ChirliHoi HI-.,
f.v We-iUiii-i-iier, 11 (J. die
j COKI'OII.Ii, MH<H.f. A .IKNNMt
.^ttniBTEiw, SQLiaiTons, Dto. om-
citH—Mftsniile BtlfltllligS, HOW WeKt-
•islor, und Viincouver, U. 0. _     d\vtc_
.0. BltYOONB-JACU, M.A,
OTAUY 1MJBI-I'', CONVEYANCER.
Ae. Barrlatorof ihu Nuw Brunswick
remo Court. Ofitee In tilt; lli-mli-v
ldi-iK, Columbia Bt., o|-|ios-iUi UioCof-
ul Hii: el. duprtto
•J8IUM1 E, OAYNOIt, 'I.A..I.I..U.
OU) MEDALIST ot the Unlvcrsltj of
Dublin. 11ARUISTER-AT LAW of
'Illf-li Court nf JtisMne, Ireland. Oillces,
nor McICeniAio & Olarkson Ms., Now
MmiiiKtcr. *lwfi-2ito
c. ii. OATtr-woon, n.u.i-,,
IRaEON DENTIST—A Omdunto of
tho Baltimore t'imtii! College, is proud to do all kinds of Denial work. Ot-
over Mcl.icniian & Mirl-'eel*.'-* hnrit-
e store, 133 Cordova St., Vancouver,
iinpODte
G, IV. GltANT,
RCHITECT.  Otllco-Corner Mary and
- Clarkson Sin.. Westminster,   dwto
CLOtV   _% illACliURru.
:tCHITECTS.    Ofllee-Room E. over
Bunk of B. 0„ColuinbiaStreot,We8fr<
iHtor. . dtc
WILL1A.TI   11. KING,
RCHITECT, SANITARY ENGINEER,
Ae,  Removed to Armstrong's Block,
Iimbia  Street.   West in luster — Room
dtc
W. TIIIUAUI>EAU,
.ND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS*
nun. Hamley Block, New Westmln*
B. 0. dmyjStg
.
a, v. <jotton,
iMINION Ann PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR. Oilice: Room n.Hiinlt
U. hull.Mm*, Westminster, H.C.
fi, l'l,.'.\m__-.il,
AL ESTATE BROKER and County
Court Acent. Commissioner, Notary
.le.&c. Rent--enllfcted. Oilice—Mc
nlo (Street, Now Westminster, B. 0.
T. «T, TRAPP,
JtJTIONEER    AND     APPRAISER.
Columbia Street, New Wostm luster,
commissions  will  roeelvi-   prompt
careful attention, " Bor.t reference-*
when required. mlil2-to
'-Tl7RXF.lt, UEF,TO\ it CO.,
liKCHANTS. Wharf St., Vleloila.
l Agents for Norlh British nnd Mer-
Ijlo Iusui'niteo Co. for Mainland. H.
PiSTON A Co.. 83 I'lusibury Circus, Lou-
\E a dtc
fiiil  Estate  Krolccrs and
Fiiianci-U Atfcnts.
■nth for
X■ fetteratluii Life  Ausoctittlon of
1 Toron lo,
lyal Hint  1-n.ucr.nhlrc I'l-i-**- Iimtir-
iiii  c Coin'inuleH,
I,Valuable Lots for sale in tho City
■District of Westminster; and choice
Kin the Cily of Vancouvor.
yaons wish in-; to buy or sell city or
1 property should communicate wlih
Ices: Bankof B.C. building,npposllo
|>tllco, Westminster,imd Hastings Bt,,
g-tuiver. ^__ dwiipllilu
BAND BROS.
■&!. ESTATE HiuntKIlS,
■ onveynnoen, Collector**,
Alktl  liuturnnut* Agent**,
NEW  WESTMINSTER;   Corner
"iJeK.-n/.i*' imd Cim'ltM-n sts.
VAN'-oUVliiL. cut.lovu Slreet.
LONDON. England.
lil.DlNn LOTS for^ulu In ah sections
juveruiHi New Westminster City,
J lands of superior quality for
fnt ohllBwhaek, Porl Hammond,
Itloy, Matsqui, Slimos, Mud Ilay.Lud-
^LaudhiK, Lulu Island, Novlb Arm
I'll. Rlvci*.
■ Ksaiul I'lims exhibited and thefull-
Bformatloii furnished at all oiirolllces,
W. BOVILL,
stale
B\ND CONVEYANCER.
,' \VERTMINSTKR:~01]lce,Mnckcii-
fie Street.
fcOLTVRR: —Oflice, Abbott Street,
fcnr Cordova Street,
ll List of  City and Suburban Pro*
fftlcular attention paid   to Farming
(urate   Information   lo   correspond-.
 dwmyOyl
ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
|il Engineers, LandSur-
JSyorsA Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
Kgial, shipping a commission agents
1,1'lr'*, Life it Murine lasnrrmice.
PimiiiaBt., * On'. Colonial norm,
| NEW WESTMINBTER, B. C
JTE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
■teulinu to all prnfosslonal orders and
■or lliolr Hi'i'vlci'slori'sbli'iits and non-
Ken ts UavlnsOlty or Country Propoity
Isposo of or uostrlog profit nbio in vest-
Er'lisls of ollglillo ptopertics aro com-
ftciislvo und constantly rueelvlnnaddl-
i, and our favorable eastern conniic-
-i both ln Ciiuuda and tho Atlauiiu
JotU'lvt* us unusual facilities for buul*
fecial attention will he mild to the
■l-hasr) and Inspection of Lumhor for
Rimeiitinfoi'oli,'ii pons. Tonnage ehur-
TJand general shipping business triius-
ftd. dwaplyl
jfacphersonft Thomson
fit ontm'lonnil MurriHOtto, Mlcliitinn,
litivo oponort a
III THE HOLBROOK BLOCK,
Ihinil-lit Street. 2 doors Enst
1'    of Telegraph Otllce.
liny linvo a com|,lo[o assorlmont nt
IJcytllillK URltUlly  fulllKl   111 II tll'Hl-l'hlSS
Vg st'>ro, coiiipi'lslnu luirii 1111(1 fR'Sll
JuQS, OHEMIOAUS,
PATENT MEDICINES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
JGLISH, FRENOH AND
AMERICAN PERFUMES.
Kiyslnlntls' prcsnrl|illuus ■'iii'.'fiilJvniiii-
Hiulud iluy imd nl!;lit. rc27ill.il
BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
'. (Lain Partner of John MoVlokor)
WINO ENGINEER. U.8. & PROVIN-
f CIALHURVEYOR, A ARHAYEB,
.ao.viu Trui-TiK Blook,  Vanoouvrii,
^ iirlt. Col.
B*a-Relhiblo reporw, niidorgroubd sur-
J[-n and maps of mlnos executed allow
fees. Assays mndoou all Klnils of miu-
■ilK, sold und silver linrs. Thirty yoars*
ITporlenco In nilnlint In Asia, Europe
Ud Unlled stales of \mr-rlca, Spoaltn
^l langURROR, Assiiys from u dha ._,_.,
JoinpMy attended lo. Address Vniicnu-
■r, B. C. dduHio
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kind* oi the best makes; Cross-cut Si Hallil-Sans,
ilill'llc.l Wire for Fencing, and all tbo necessary Utensils for FnrillillL'l
l'nlley Blocks, Snntcli Blocks, Rope & Chain in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar & Oakum: Tarred and Plain l'li'Mr fcr Bulldlngi Paints & Oils
inall oolorsi Liquid Paints In all shades; Floor Paints ready touse; Grind
Stones: Willi Paper in all designs; Brooms t. Brushes for all purposes;
Lllhrlcatill'* Oils; Traps of all descriptions, und a general assortment of
Agricultural implements,
tar Special attention given to orders hy mail.
T. T. TEAPP SO CO.,
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
dwjly.lte
GRANT A MACLURE.
loots & Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
ar.  is,*  mansows
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street,
New Westminster,
Crlobe
?
i*_\9\J9
JTJST     "H"E5 0*SI*V"E3ID,
The Latest Novelties in Ladies'
w Hats and lionets,
ilk Dolmans
and Mantles.
mMMMm* T_mnew_m _wn_m.M_:t
(AND BROS.
Real Estate,
insurance and Financi
jk-csrEnsyriBm
OFFioas,
NEW WESTMINSTER, TmS
OLARKSON
ZIE8T8.
VANCOUVER, PORANBErroT°T0??°RVA AND
REETS.
■AND-
ANDER30N BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON,   ENG. ,07 CANNON 8T.
Farming Lands f^Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property,
Lot facing on Columbia nnd Front Sts,,
in central portion of tlio oity; aovoral
buildings bring good rait-$2'J-000.00.
Lot 4, Blook 7, near Lytton Squaro,
00x132 foot- fronting on Columbia ami
Front Sts,-$0,000,00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St,. 33x00 foet—
$4,000.00,
Also—Lot and Building with atock of
Goods, ono of tho best business stands
in tbo city.
ImprovedResidential Property
Lot iii, Block 13; two houses rented at
paying figures—$4,500.00.
Houso and Lot on Lome St., near Col*
umbia-Sl 250.00.
Lota 4, fi it 0, Blook 10; good house,
garden, ko,; choice rcaldehooproperty
-35,250.00.
CuniiT Lot on Columbia St.; fenced and
cloarud-81500.00.
Houso and Lot on Columbia St.; ono of
tho finest residences in tlio oity- $7,-
000.00.
Houho ami Lot on Royal Avenuo, near
Douglas St.—$2,000.00.
Houso and 3 Lots, cornor Koynl Avonuo
and St. Patrick's St.; no hotter resilience Bite In tho city—310,000.00,
1 nuro, with 7 houses, near tho Park—
30,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Blook 28; corner lot on Agues St.;
fino residence sito-$1200.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., nenr Queen1*
Avenue—3500.00 each.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Hall-
fax Sts., near Clinton St.; lino views
and woll Bitnato<t—$350.00, $37fi.OO,
3500.00.
Lot ou Melbourne St., nuar Clinton
8300.00.
Lot!), Sub-Block 10; fine residence tola—
$260,00.
Lots ou Pelham St., nenr Mary--$800.00
each.
Lot ou IVlhuin St., near St. Andrew's:
fino si te--8500.00.
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne—
3350.00. s
Lot iu St. Audrow's Squaro ~8.100.00.
I.otii In Block fronting on North Am
road; llnost ohanco hi tho market fo:
refl.denoo or ipecnlation-8125.00 tt
8175.00.
Lota tu Subdivision of Lot 1), sub-Bloc
12-800.01) to $125.00.
Lot In Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloc
13-8100.00 ench.
Lots In Westminster Addition nt $15.00
to $50.00.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
ThlB powder never varies, a marvel ot
purity,strength and wholesomenoss. More
economical thnu tho ordinary telmlB, and
cannot- be sold In competition with the
multltuctoof low test, short, weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold onlyln cans.
Royal Bakino I'owm-in Co., 108 Wall St,,
New York. 3/ely
HOUSE TO RENT
ON ST. PATRICK'S SQUARE; 5 rooms.
S7 por monlli. Apply lo
UJcllo J". IS, STJU.EY.
TO RENT.
AI.A11UU  BAnS  TO   RENT, Willi a
(,'ood woll of wntor.   Apply to
iljolllo MRS. E. OOLD.
0
FFtUCS   IN   THM   ABMSTllONQ
Blook,    Applyto
W.J. AB,M.-iTRONG.
iljelOlc ShcrllT.
TO UENT.
Al-r-BASANTUOOM FOIt Ttt'OUKX-
tleinon.wltli or M-ltlioul liminl, In
private family. Apply ut third houso up
lho hill, left hand sufeot Douglas streot,
djuinio
TimlM v LmhIk for Sale.
THE DiaCOVEEEE'S INTEREST IN
about 3,t)00 acres or ftrit-class Timber
Lauds, principally Fir.
WOODS, TURNER A (JAMBLE.
New West,, II. O., June 11, im.   djel2ml
TO LEASE.
THE UNION HOTEL, npposllo Mnsonlo
ll'ulOuil'ollows' lilook.
Forporlloutnrs, upply nt tho
MAINLAND RESTAURANT,
OJolinl Now WcsLiilustor.
First-class Prairie Farm
FOB ELA-Xi-Eh
SUPEItBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, Norlh Arm, Frasor Rlvor; cou*
t-almhg2c0 nores of ihu iiiusi tunniiii* land
iiithocnmitry; all dyked, well Improved-
good btilldlni-K, K-ioil orchurd {beiiiln-;).
For fnrlherliiformut!on cnrpilreof
MAIORAPFARSON.
dmy20te Now Wostmhister.
"But if you don't love him, Clara
why are you going to marry him?"
"Becauso he dared me to, mamma.
He knew my high-spiritednuture, too.
O, I'll make him sorry enough for it
—don't you be afraid?'
The Finkerton detectives have
succeeded in capturing Dulac, the
French-Canadian des parado, chief of
a gang frequenting the Moose river
wilderness, in Maine, for whose arrest tho Dominion govcrnmentoflered
a reward.
Until recently tlio poor Africans
at the diamond fields have heen
ruined through drink; but now, with
thoir own consent, they aro shut up
by the law in large areas of enclosed
ground called compounds, where
they can obtain all the necessaries of
life, but no intoxicathtgliquors,—Ex.
Plants for Sale!
C3 3sE X3 -A. 3E--
at'txik
GrreenliousBS, Douglas Street
G
Is uiieat Vauh-ty, lKOLUDrj*a,
ERANIUMS, Double and Singlo; Ftl-
CII1AS, nil new Yiir.elles: lillSFH,
laiiiMt! I'ETDNIA1*!. .MnuN-Fi.OWKRH:
u line collccMon nf DAHLIAS (niiHiud
viii'lt-iieN) ANNUAL!-;, 2:, els. \m- dm.
Mlxi-rl IIKIMIIM; PLANTS, Si Tilper dor..
I utter 10 1'hiiils for SI, iiiflmlliij' 1 stm-m
Klti'K 1 ut-liln. noiiquola, Wn-nths and
Cki-m's niHdetiKink-r. Kritll. V'^'tulitc
and Flowui-sm .sinr.*, noxt Cly Huti'l.C't-
lumbla st. Ordors by mall promptly at*
Icndctlto      LrtwitpiylJ     !'. biYiMn.
T.A.
Chemists & Druggists,
Queens Hotel Biobk    •    New Westminster
A CHOICE LINE OF
Brushes,     Perfumes,
Combs,       SachetPowd'rs
Soaps,
TOILET    ARTICMS.
'fcscrlptions nml family Kcclpcs euro-
fully dispensed from pnro Drugs.
Mulil tit 11 nltemlnncc. dnpllo
1
SO     CO.
Real   Estate,
INSURANCE
ibi Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relation to
Ileal Kstato.
— AGENTS FOR—
liOiuloii Assurnnco Corporation.
Connecticut Fire Insurance, Co. of
II nrt ford.
London nnd Lancashire Life Assurance Co.
Canton Insurance Oflice, Ld. (Marine)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St,, Victoria
dwtieHyl
Albert Edward as nn Editor.—
Speaking of tho Princo of Wales, an
American newspaper man now in
London says: "Ho is an all around
man, and his accurate knowledge on
all sorts of subjects is simply phenomenal. He would make an ideal
editor. He's an indefatigable
worker and he'd bo a whole Btaff in
himself."
Teacher—Who will name the
thing*-that furnish us with light?
Smart pupil—I know j oil, candles,
electricity, pine cones, flint, straw
and—and— Teacher—You've left
out one importnnt thing, What is
the substance in the iron pipes that
como down from the ceiling? Well,
Johnny, what iB it? Johnny (a boy
from Maine)—Whiskey.
OUT ON STRIKE.
Tho Johnstown Laborers arc Dissatisfied with Their Food
and go ou Strike.
A Spanish Family Enters a Suit for
Possession of 700 Blocks in
San Francisco.
The Locomotive Engineers of the
Union Pacific will Strike in
a Few Days.
From a bog to a great-coat is now
rendered an easy transition by the
new treatment of peat. Being a
vegetable substance of a fibrous nature, when dried and cleaned from
impurities it can ho readily spun into a kind of yarn and then woven
into cloth. This material, it appears,
onu be made up fully 60 per cent,
cheapor than any ordinary materials
of the kind,
A Philadelphia man has written
to the authorities of Now York
State offering to tost the efficacy of
tho uew electrical apparatus for executing murderers, providing that if
tlio machine kills him the sum of
fivo thousand dollars is to be handed
over to his wife and children. Tho
authorities decline, properly considering that a man so reckless of his
life has been specially designed by
nature for the post of umpire at a
baseball match.—Ex.
Mrs. Harrison has substituted a
courtesy for the interminable handshaking at presidential receptions.
The Boston Traveller says: "The universal acclaim with which this social
revolution at tho White Houso has
met proves its value to society. The
handshake, outside intimate friends,
is obtrusive, wearisome and unnecessary, and its abolition at the public
ceremonies in tho presidential mansion is the first veto of the administration.   It is sustained by tho coun-
t-y." 	
In a recent letter to Mr. J. A.
Geminoll, of Ottawa, acknowledging
receipt of a copy of that gentleman's
volume on "Divorce in Cauada," Mr.
Gladstone says: ''Reflection tends
to confirm mo in the belief that tho
best basis for law is the indissolubility of Christian marriage; that is
to sny, to have no suoh divorce or
severance as allows re-marriage.
Short of this, I think it highly probable that the Oanadian system, of
which 1 had not previously been a-
ware, is the best as being attended
with the least dangers."
According to tho New York Sun,
at a blacksmith's shop in Stanton,
dogs are there used to supply power
for a furnace. A wheel eight feet
in diameter has been constructed,
and it is of sufficient width to admit
of ono dog standing in it. Four
dogs aro used, each working for one
hour and resting for threo. When
not at work tho dog on duty stands
in the wheel facing the forge until
told to "go ahead." He then sets
tho wheel spinning merrily round,
and by means of a crank and lever
the bellows are worked. Large
quantities of spikes are turned out
nt this smithy, and the furnace is
seldom idle, The proprietor is a
German, who hns himself trained
tho dogs, and their use saves him a
considerable sum yearly in wagos.
The way of tho drunkard is hard.
Dr. Oarothers says ho is the helpless
victim of transmitted heredity j Dr.
Kcetey says ho is a sufferer from
disease uud is to be treated accordingly; the prohibitionist says ho is
an anarchist and needs only the restraining hand of the law; Dr. Crosby snys ho is a free moral agent and
must be so held and dealt with ; the
high-license man says ho is the victim of over indulgence and ehcap
liquor, and if his whiskey cost more
he would drink less of it, and now
the Minnesota legislature classes
him with tlio burglar and the robber
and makes drunkenness a penal
oH'cnco, The wine cup not only
stiugeth liko an adder, but it biteth
like a multiplication table in its
diffusive treatments. After a while
it will got to be so that a man will
have to consult a lawyer before he
dares take a drink, and then he
won't have enough monoy left to
get drunk on. All theso things,
therefore tend to ultimate prohibition.—Jiardette,
STBIKIKO FOH "uilUII."
Johnstown, Pa., June 20.—The
strike among laboring men horo is
fairly on this morning. Thero aro not
1,000 mou at work. Dissatisfaction
is spreading to other workmen, Overbearing biissoe, and short rationc, for
which the men are made to pay liber*
ally, are the grievances.
JOHNSTOWN    STRIKERS.
Johnstown, Pa, Juno 20.—A
largely attended meeting of striker-)
was held this morning and a committee
of 20 was appointed tu confer with the
men at work and find out tho exact
number in sympathy with tlio strike.
This committee will roport to another
meeting to bo hold at noon. Three
cur loads of Italians arrived this tin-ruing. The committeo persuaded them
not to work,
OUT  ON STRIKE,
Chicago, June 20—Two hundred
brick makers at PuHnt'tor. and Kimball's yards struck to-day for a recognition of the 8 hours as a day labor.
They will bo followed by 2,600 moro
men within a few daya, comprising all
brickmakers in the country.
VOTING  PROHiniTION.
Providence, June 20.—Rhode Island is voting on tho prohibition
amendment to-day. A victory like
that in Pennsylvania is anticipated by
the "Wets."
SEATTLE WANTS IT.
San Fhancisco, June 20.—"Tho
generosity of Sail Francisco," says tho
iftvetmuier this morning, "has been
abundantly shown to Johnstown. The
city has forwarded €50,000 for tho relief of the sufferers by tho terrible
ffoods that swept through tho valley
of the Conomaugh, while only §5,000
ha. been sent to Seattlo. It is now
advisable that tho rest of the relief
fund raised here should go to the
northern sufferers. None of tho con
tributors will object to this disposition
of the money. It was svihdcribed to
relieve distress, and the cill of Seattle
is nuw more urgent."
ALASKA CEDAR.
San Francisco, June 20.—A short
time ago the Thetis brought from
Alaska a sinull quantity of cedar,
whioh was tested ut Mare Island yesterday its tu its qualities for boat building It has great flexibility, and ita
imparviousncss to water were especially noticed during tho test.
WON HEU SUIT.
Sacramento, June 20.—Tho suit of
Lottie Lee, ;* 15 year old colored girl,
against Washington' Shepperd, also
colored, and sixty years of ngo, fur
82,000 for betrayal, resulted last niglit
in 11 verdict for tlio plaintiff for one
tenth uf that sum,
A LAND SUIT.
San Francisco, June 20.—A suit
was brought today which involves the
title to 11 large portion of Suu Fran*
oiaoo. A reprc'-ontativo of tho old
Spanish Castro family sues the city for
possession of nil the laud between the
Presidio reservation, tho B-y, Frank
lin and Viilh-yo streets, seven hundred
and fourteen blncks in all. Plaintiff
claims that this laud was a Spanish
grant to the Castro family,
KALAKUA IS DELIGHTED.
Augusta, Me., June 201—Henry
W. Severance, who is visiting Ins uid
humu, demos tho story that his appoint ment as consul-general tu lhe Hawaiian Islands hits givon grout offence
to King Kulak us. Ho says ho has
been on exceedingly friendly tonus
wiih tho king, and Archibald Cleghum,
Kulakua's brother-in-law, whom he
met in San Francisco, assured him tho
king was really pleased with the appointment.
A GENERAL STRIKE l'ROBABLE.
Omaha, Nob., Juno 20.—Tho controversy between the Union Pacifio
and lis engineers, over wages, is growing worse and a general strike seems
inevitable. Manager Kimball asked
that the matter bt> submitted to arbitration, but the engineers after a cun*
fereiico decided thero was nothing to
arbitrate. Mr, Kimbell then asked
the otigineers to defer action until ho
could hoar from Vice-President Hoi*
comb, who is at Poitlrtnd, Oregon.
Unions a favorable answer is received
tu-diiy tlio engineers will ask Chief
Arthur tu order n general strike on the
entire system,
SERIOUS CHARGE.
San Fhancisco, Juno 20.—The district attorney tn-day tiled an information charging Michael Hawkins
who, a few weeks i:go attempted to
assassinate Mrs. Duuuluic, widow of
tho deceased capitalist, with assault
with intent tu commit murder. Ho
will bo nrrnignod on Saturday.
AXOTHlill THROUGH   LINE.
Ashland, Wis,, Juno 20.—In the
litotal sense of thu term, a through
line will bo completed in a few days
between Chicago and the Pacific coast.
Today work was begun by tho Northern Pacific rond on the connecting
link of track uniting lhe terminus of
its leased linos, the Wisconsin Centra),
and its system here, and within a few
days there will be a continuous lino of
railway between tho weet and oust.
CONFEDERATE  SALT WORKS,
Richmond, Va., Juno 20.—A tolo*
gram frum Marion, tn this state, snys:
"Tho rumor provails hero that George
W, Palmer has sold his salt work ■ to
an English company fur a million dul*
Ian, nnd that tho working of salt will
bo suspended thero for somo time, it
is also reported that tho English company has loasod it to a northern com*
puny for a considorabla amount tu ho
used in the miuiufncluro of soda.
Theso works largely supplied tho late
confederacy with Ball.
THE ORONIN  CASE.
Chioaoo, Juno 20.—The grand jury
resumed its work thia morning. Alex.
Sullivan seems tn ha the parson that
the tribunal is after now, and his connection with tho case is being closely
looked into. Stephen Donnelly, the
first witness called, testified that he
had heard Dr. Cronin Bay that ho was
afraid that ho was going to bo foully
dealt with.
CHINESE   ADVIOES,
San Francisco, Juno 20.—Thu atr.
Oceanic arrived this morning frum
Hongkong in 23i days, and Yokohama
in 14 dnys, 0 Hours. Tho following
advices ure received: The Chin Ktang
riuts havo boon settled by apuymentot
about 140.000 taels compensation, of
which tho acting British consul received 20,000 taels und the American
consul 21,000 taels.
A Japanese ox-policoman has boon
arrested while on tho way to the
Japaneso capital with tho intention of
assassinating one of tho now cabinet
officers for a supposed grievance.
Cholera is still epidemic ut Manila.
Thoro aro a largo number cf deaths
daily.
A LEGAL LIGHT   FROM THE EAST.
San Francisco, June 20.—Stephen
J. Field, of U. S. supreme bench, arrived from Washington to-day. Justico Field will rotnam on this coast until September next, during which
timo he will hold court in tho California and other Pacific const districts.
EARTHQUAKE.
Sacramento, Oal., Juno 20.—An
earthquake wns felt here and in towns
north late lust night. No damage 13
reported.
wheat.
New York, June 20.—Wheat, June
83J; July 82}; August 83g.
San Francisco, June 20.—Wheat
quiet j buyer'89. 1331; buyer season,
139J-, Beller '89,126|.
Liverpool, Juno 20.-Wheat quiel;
Cala., Cs. m.
BRICKMAKERS NOW,
CnicAOO, June 19.—Two hundred
brick makers employed in the brick
yards of Purington & Kimball and
Wall Bros., anil Bluo islaud, and sixty
men employed by Adam Wecklers'
brick manufacturing establish men t,
Hammond, 111., struck to-day fur 8
hours' work without reduction in pay.
The manufacturers express their determination to hold out against the demands of tho men and fill their places
with new men It is thought that
800 more additional brick makers, who
aro now wurking ton hours, will bo
drawn into the movement.
A DIG STRIKE COMING.
Pittsburo, June 19.—The convention of tho Amalgamated Association of
Iron and Steol Workers has abuut
completed its work. The new £cnle
will be handed to tho manufacturers
tomorrow. To day the revised con
stitutiou was ndopted nud the name uf
the association was ch'ingcd tu the
National Amalgamated Association of
Iron and Steel Workers of the United
Stutoa. For tho fust timo tlio journeymen roll turners will have a scale,
which prevents somo radical channcs
from tho old rulo governing that department of work. Hereafter nil
workers around iron und steel mills
will be admitted tu membership, except met»l pilars dud laborers. To
day the committee from the convention met in consultation with the management of the Carnegie flunusteari
Mills with reference to wage scale.
Tho Aiuttliraiuaied committee cone<*ded
soveral points iu their rules, hoping
thereby to bring about a Betilement.
The firm insisted that the' compnny's
scale bu adopted, stating that they
wuuld consider no other proposition.
Tho committeo withdrew and a strike
at theie works will in nil probability
occur July 1st.
INDIAN OUTBREAK QUELLED..
St Paul, June 18.—The troops who
wont to tho scene uf tho Indian outbreak near Mora, returned to Furt
Snellmg tu-night. The latest news
from the reservation saj'B that the Indians are now aober and subdued. The
appearance of tho troopa intimidated
them, and the frightened Bcttlers nre
returning to their homes. There is a
question unsettled in the land ufHcu
and tho interior department whether
tho land belongs to the government or
to tho Indians, whether it was a reservation or nut. District-Atturney Baxter awaih a decision from Washington,
which will alsu indicate tho future
policy of tho government regarding tho
ownership of tho land.
PARNELL COMMISSION
. P. O'Connor Says the Government is responsible for Outrages in Ireland,
The Town of Ostrog, on the Black
Sea, is Destroyed by
Fire.
Searle, tho Australian Oarsman,
Wlio;\vill Bow O'Connor, Arrives iu England.
CORRESPONDENCE.
Tbe lllgh School.
Editor Columbian.—Shi,—Will you
kindly allow mo to Bay that tho question
of a second teacher in our high school
will boar a little moro ventilation in your
columns. No one who knows anything
of the subject will deny its importance.
The resolutions lately passed and published show*, so far, that tho public aro
in favor of the addition; ami no one has
said anything in opposition, But is it
likely that onr request will or can bo
granted by tho government before another
yoar hnsclapscd, seeing there is 110 money
voted for that piirposo, and it would be
somewhat difficult to mnko out a case of
"unforeseen emergency" when asking for
indemnity from the legislature nt its next
meeting? Apart from that consideration,
we must face the fact that the education
grunt in this province is assuming immense proportions, comparatively, and I
for ono think tho timo has como when
tho high schools ouhgt to he moving towards self support, Provision has been
mado for that in our legislation. Trus*
tecs of high schools can now mako a
charge for tuition fees if they so decide,
with power to make them less or remit
them altogether whero any arc unable to
pay. If wo had n properly equipped
school thore would he littlo difficulty, I
think, in increasing tho attendance to
forty pupils at least, and if the small fee
of say two dollnrs a month wero charged
wo could at onco secure the services
of a second teacher and make tho
school what a high school ought
to lie. I shall not now discuss
tho matter further, hut venture to
oiler tho suggestion for tho careful con*
Bidoration ot the public nnd tho trustees.
I may add, however, that we have now
"local option," but I much mistake public sentiment if wo are not soon placed in
a worse position by compulsory legislation, and it would not only bo doing tho
right thing, but doing it handsomely, if
Now Wostminstor would voluntarily
take tho load in this matter,       11. J.
Now Westminster, Juno 19th, '89.
Ottawa hns boon chosen as tho placo
fur next year's ProBbyterinn assembly.
It is not at all unlikely that beforo
long a city 011 tho Pacifio coast will receive tho supremo court of the Presbyterian ohuroh in Canada since Winnipeg received it two yeara ago.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
l'AUNELL    COMMISSION.
London, Juno 20.—Thomas Power
O'Connor testified boforo the Parnell
cummissiuu to-day that the turning
point of tho agrarian struggle in Ireland was tho improvements they had
made upou their holdings. Disturbances thereupon began and tenants
wero compelled to combine with Par-
noil's policy, Mr. O'Connor had substituted conulitutional agitation for
revolution, and open fur secret combination. O'Connor disavowed any
sympnlhy with crime whatsoever on
tho part of tho league or himself.
A GREAT WINNING.
London, Juno20.—At Ascot heath
to day, a gold cup, valued at 1000
sovereigns with 200 sovereigns for
seoond, 100 fur third, was added to tho
sweepstakes, 20 sovereigns for each
entry, was won by Warren de la Hives'
chestnut colt, TrayW; Lord Fol-
mouth's Kada sec aid; Leopold Rothschild's Cotillion third.
THE AMERICAN ENGINEERS.
London, June 20.—The visiting
A met- cm engineers left for Paris, via
CuUis, this morning by tho Dover
steamer. Large crowds assembled at
the pier to bid them furowell and the
band 1 if the town paid them special
honor by playing American airs.
tahnell's counsel ill.
London, Juno 20.—Sir CharleB
Russell is Buffering from a throat
affliction, and has not appeared ut tho
Parnell commission mitteo tho sittings
resumed,
GREAT FIRB.
St. Petersburg, Juno 20.— Ostrog,
un the Black Sea, near Odessa, has
been nearly destroyed hy fire. A .
thousand people nro homeless. The
damage is estimated at a million roubles.
SEARLEIN ENGLAND.
London, Juno20. -Searlo. tho Aus-
tralniu uarsmaii, arrived at Plymouth
this morning by steamer frnn Australia.
A DEMAND ON . PRANCE.
Paris, June 10.—Tho Soleil Bays
that the Gorman government has made
a demand upon Franco for compensation for the arrest of the alleged Gorman spy Lochinor, who wns captured
near Belfurt on Whitsunday. Tho
French officials declare that documonts
found un tho person of Lochmer
abundantly justified hia arrest.
A DISORDERLY PARLIAMENT.
Brussels, Juno 19th.—The dis*
urdtr which prevailed in the chamber
uf deputies yesterday continued- to-
dny nnd n strong furce of police wero
on hand tu guard tho chnmber. Tlio
presideutuppenhd tu the house repeatedly to preserve order and docor-
um, but without avail. Barn, in a
turbulent speech, attacked the government policy nt Mens, nnd M. Beer-
naert defended the ministers. A hot
debute ensued which continued until
iho housed adjourned.
INCHING TROUDLE.
Belgrade, June 10.—A revolutionary manifesto has boen distributed
throughout Bosnir and Herzegovinia,
I'viduntly emanating from the Servia
document. It minis ihe people that
Austria is meving to annex them and
culls an-them to tnkc steps to defend
thoir liberties. The populace in all
the Balkan country iB worked up to a
fever of excitement.
A GRAND PROOESSION.
Drerden, June 19.- The Wettin
historical prnceBsiun to-day was the
finest in point of numbers and magnificence, ever seen in this cily, Tho
weather was all that could be desired.
The city was profusely decorated for
the event. Buildings along tho line of
march were literally covered with flags
and streamers. Tho windows, from
most of which spaciouB platforms protruded, wero packed with spectators.
Tho royal family and cuurt witnessed
the procession from a partition on
Newmarket. Twelve thousand people,
mounted and on fuut, wero in line, at*
tended ly twenty military bands and
currying six hundred banners. There
wero besides ovor a hundred allegorical curs iu the processions.
\orihem Excursions,
Tuesday's Port Townsend Argus
says: Mr. Luther L. Holden, of the
Raymond Vacation Excursion Oo., returned from Victoria yesterday on the
steamer T. J. Potter and proceeded to
Tacoma 011 his way to Boston. .Mr.
Holden informed tho Argus roport'or
that his visit to Victoria was to arrango
with Cnpt John Irving of tho Oanadian
Pacific Navigation Co., to put on excursion bunts for tho waters of British
Columbiii, running into all the sounds,
arms, fords, bnyo and inlots of that
wonderful region, including a visit to
Skidcgnto and Masset, on Queen Char-
lotto islands, and ending at Fort Simpson, whero thoso tourists bound for
Alaska will bo transferred to an American steamer nud continue their excur**
Mon, nnd those who only doairo to
travel in British Oolumbia waters oan
return on the Canadian steamer to
Victoria. This arrangement iB intended to du away with auy vexatious do-
lays, us American sloamurs, though
they can freely puss through tho inland wators of British Oolumbia, are
not permitted to land at any place except to tako in coal at Nanaimo and
Departure bny. Mr. Holden will roturn from Beaton about the 20th of
August, and will go on ono of Captain
Irving's steamers over the proposed
routo to mako definite arrangement!
for noxt soaaon. It is the intention
of Raymond White & Co,, by. means
of extensive advertising, to make the
It. 0. Alaska route the moat popular
ono for tourists in the world, ana now
that thu attention of tho public ii
directod tc tho northern const, there
will bo n tremendous rush of tourists,
capitalists and emigrants,
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It is very often halt and maim as
woll.     Hardly anyone in any community where justice holds its courts
can havo failed to notice tho inconsistency which Bomotimoa   obtains
between tho sentence of (he judge
or magistrate and the offence itself.
In   somo   cases tho award of the
court is ridiculously inadequate, in
others outrageously excessive,   Such
injustices of so-called justico have
been witnessed in our own province
even, antl will occur to the memory
of tlie observant reader.    This sub
ject recently came up for discussion
in the British house of commons
upon a motion for a royal commission to inquire "as to tbe best means
by which greater equality of sentences and the moro systematic punishment of repeated of fences may be
socured."   The motion was defeated
by a majority of 122 to 53, but the
debate to which it gave riso was not
only interesting but likely to result
in good.   The mover cited numerous
instances in which the sentences inflicted snemed outrageously unequal.
For example, in 1881 a distinguished
judgo in one day tried two men, each
of whom wns accused of kicking a
woman to death,   ln one case the
victim was the prisoner's wife, and
the sentenco was six weeks' imprisonment, in the other the prisoner's
mistress was   the victim, and   the
punishment awarded was live years'
penal   servitude.   Even   the latter
sentence seems  much   too lonient,
but why the   brute   that murdered
his wife should have been winked at
in such   a shameful way probably
only the judicial brain could fathom
and   tho   judical  tongue elucidate,
What can be thought, too, of such a
sentence as this, penal servitude for
life, which  another  Daniel meted
out to   a lad of  seventeen for attempting to blackmail an old gentle-
man?   In the same court in which
thia   sentence was pronounced another judge a few months afterwards
awarded a man ten years' penal servitude  for a similar offence.   For
some inexplicable reason it appears
to   be a common failing of   magistrates and judges to punish fiftences
against tho person much less severely
than offences against property.    A
man in England was sentenced not
long ago to twelve years' penal servitude and seven years' police supervision for stealing a pieco of canvas,
while many a wife-killer has escaped
with   much    lighter   punishment.
Many such instances wero mentioned
in the course of the debate, and nut
a   few similar  ones, it is bcliovod,
could   be  found   in the records of
Canadian criminal courts, especially
those of summary jurisdiction.   The
proposition made by the gentleman
who introduced tho subject at "Westminster, that   a  royal commission
should  bo appointod to inquire into
the   matter, mot with little f.ivor,
but vory many of thoso who took
pare in the discussion approved of a
suggestion   that was made, that a
eourt of criminal appeal should be
organized.  The home secretary him
self admitted, that it might be most
desirable to have such a court, provided its functions wero limited to
simply reviewing evidence and re
vising   sentences,     Many   points
would  have lo be considered, however, he said, beforo such a suggestion could bo adopted. It is scarcely
probable,   thinks   an   eastern   exchange,   that tiio  evil in question
prevails  iu Canada to such an extent   as would  justify so radical a
change us the establishment in tin*
Dominion of  a wurt of   appeal for
criminal   eases,  more especially as
wo spo too many bud results of the
working of a similar system in the
United  State*!,    Nevertheless very
many of  our magistrates {and the
injunction will apply in  this province   too) might well   nuke moro
careful uso of the discretion allowed
them  in tho awarding of punishments, and even somo of our judges
might do something towards rendering such punishments more uniform
tlian they aro at proaont.
Dr. Nansen, the Danish explorer,
who was  successful  last  year  in
crossing Greenland, a  task  said to
havo never beon   accomplished   boforo, will shortly givo tbo results of
his expedition to   tho British Royal
Geographical Society,   The journey
h tho fourth attempt made in recent
years to penetrate tho  icy plains of
the northern land, which tho adventurous spirit of our timo likes to explore, and which men of science are
anxious to investigate   Tho party
consisted of six  men,   who  could
manage a  boat skilfully  in water
filled with icebergs and dnialller obstructions, and who besides  wero
ablo to get over vast  expanses  of
snow on the ski, or  tho Norweigan
snowshoe.   The expedition set  out
in May, 1888, but the long preliminary voyage  by way  of  Iceland,
ond the presence of much  ooastice
delayed landing until August, Then
n tramp over tho inland fields of ioe
and snow  began,   The provisions j
wero packed on sleds, drawn by the
explorers,   Natives were met with,
but as thoy havo scarcely ever come
in contact with  civilization,   were
timid and   distant.   After  leaving
tho coast thero was   apparently   no
sign of life-   trees or   plants   thero
wero none, and no animals   crossed
their path.   The party pushed on,
over mountain and plateau,   in   an
atmosphere ranging at   night   from
forty to fifty below zero, but warmer
in the day timo.   Sometimes  it was
necessary to melt   snow  to  obtain
wate for making the coffee and chocolate used by tho   members of tho
expedition.     Dr,   Natisen relates
that this was often  dono   "by   our
own warmth in iron bottles  carried
insido our clothes on our bosoms"—
a pleasant subject for contemplation
in August weather in this  country.
By tho end of September the party
reached without mishap  the   west
coast of Greenland,  having  traced
nearly three hundred miles of what
seems to be a perfectly arctic region,
without vegetable or animal   existence.   Tho London   Times  thinks
in tJreonlnnd "the last   remnant of
tho glacial period  reigns  supremo
that, hero we have a perfect example
of what our own islands wero whon
covered everywhere with   hundreds
of feet of ice."   Dr. Nanscn arrived
too late on the west coast to got  a
vessel for Europe   before tlio winter
set in, tho last boat for 188S having
already left, so, perforce the winter
was spent at the settlement of God-
thaat.   From tbe accounts tho winter  on   the   Greenland   coast was
pleasant enough, thoro being shooting  and  snowshoeing.   The  most
charming  sport, however, will  go
right  home   to   the heart of  tho
American canceist, as Dr. Nansen
thus  describes it:   "But the most
fascinating of all was the life in the
kajak, this small Esquimaux skin-
boat, only capable of  holding one
man, wliich  certainly has  not its
equal, and is ihe best one-man vessel
iu the world.   It is propelled by a
paddle, and when you have learnt to
manage  it  properly you  may go
against the heaviest storm.   If you
aro capsized by a sea and can man-
ago your  onr, you can easily riso
again and need not be afraid of anything.   A good Esquimaux can in
his   kajak go even 80 miles in one
clay.   For ono who cannot manage
his kajak easily it is a rather dangerous sport, and mnny Esquimaux
die in the kajak every year."   Very
like tho canoo.   The voyago has dispelled   tho  illusion that in the interior   of   the   southern   parts   of
Greenland a habitable land existed,
antl it is very improbable that ideas
of hospitable regions farther north
and  closer  to the North Pole are
anything but mere figments of the
imagination.
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P. G. VERNON, HERMANN WICKERS,
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TN OBEDIENCE TO WRITS OP EXECUTION ISSUED OUT OF THE AIIOVE
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tlioiil-ove-ntiniod salts, forth" sum of 8870.00 and interest on the samo at tlio rate of 0
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At 12 o'clock noon, all the right, litlo and interest of lho said William Calltins, ns
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District.
New Westminster,
Lot 238, Group II, and South
half Ijol 270, Group II.
Concise de*erlp-
tlon of Property.
AgrlcuRufl land
partly cleared,
with  buildings
thereon.
The Judgment was registered in thu Land Registry onico, New Westminster,
against said lands 011 the Uth day of October, 1858,
**W\ T.  .-a^MSTKOaTS-,  SHcriff.
<'JeI0td Westminster County.
.m Mams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Oanadian Lard.
Ooffees a specialty.
A. DesBRlsAY, HoTcoliimbia t. Blackie Sts.
daplOto
BUQG1ES.1     BUQQIESI
JUST RECEIVED,
A CAR-LOAD OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring jIcLangMan
Mn mj ma ma m. ns em
 .A.I.SO	
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
t_W The Eest and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.-=<Q3
3R.©ici
GtOLTlClG.
towers
lowers
s'he Little Maxwell
Steel Frame Binders.
A.OHfflEEY.
&Co.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Planet, jr., Garden Tools,
Lawn Mowers, &c.. &e<
H.W.3.B., Annual Meeting
THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
of tho Shareholder*) of tho Now West*
mlnstBr Southern Rnllway Company will
bo held at tholr oflloos, NowWeRtnihistei-,
011 Tuesday tho 2nd day of July, lm, at 3
o'clock p. m, T. J. TRAPP.
djelltu Secretary,
Kindergarten School.
MISS DBUMMOND WILT. OPEN THB
nliovo for children from 8 yenrs of
nge.Jlino IOtli,WSO.
TunMS-S0 por monlli.
Carnarvon Streot, dlrootly opposito llio
Presbyterian Cliurcli, Now Westminster, B,C, (IJeSm-
Tiges*   Rake.
Sharp's Oo.
Maxweli Oo.
UA illEiAl 111
Columbia Street, Kew Westminster.
VAN   VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PURVEYORS IN CENliKAI,,    FKI'SH AN0 CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
*2TSpecial lines ouotcil for tho shipping trade.   Funiily orders stviet.y attended
to.   HotolB will find it to their interest to place their orders with tho above firm.
dSsuoly
LONDON MAEKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBACH,
raUO'CESSOKS TO tr. B. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
llains, Bacon, Sausage, Bolognas, Etc.
diiotyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
The Columbian Printing Establisiimbnt has first-olnss faoUties for
nil kinds of Ooramercinl Printing, Bill Heads Letter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of ovory description, Posters, Dodgers,
Price Lists, &C.   Prices will bo found ns low ns st any othor dino» where
flrst-olass work is done.
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
Intending Buyers should make a note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
in oar
THUI SI'AOK BMLONOS TO
H. T. REAO &
UAllDWAltE MEltCIIANTS.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
OL
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
R.OSXSX&'X* 1l.__.TKr, -    .    - __tj____-__.__-£2l£t,.
__JL2iT-_TZ_n--.a-ZTT2^2__.S   O-?
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MiLL, FISH CANNERY
AGRICULTURAL & ALL KINDS OF MACHiNEl'V.
Brass and Iron Casting's made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. 8.—AU orders from the upper oountry promptly attended to.
.IwnclniO
Chas. MoDONOUG
Front Street, New Westminster;
li
I
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS',
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS ft all kMiJOf Icolilli GoutlS
SSEADY-MADK CLOTHSitG.
%___T The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmhjotc
^^^^u^^mmmmmm^t_mmtxmmmtmmmmt^-mtimmt tttxx-_m_t_t-_mt_tmmt_mtmm a—a -*-s-rsi»»- -,..-__*_*»
Douglas & Deighton,
MAHD**ACTUBERS AHD IMPORTERS OF
HARNESS SADDLES an
*WHIPS,
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, B. O.
SEND IN YOTJlt OUDEl'S.   AU WORK OF THE BEST MATEKIAL ANO
WORKMANSHIP.   I'RICES LOW.
uoitlwly
ROYAL OITY
Plauing Ii Company, Ii
RICHARD STREET. NEW WESTMINSTER.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, Uil FLOATS, TRAYS,
-tLZBTIZ,  J-.-.X,  TCX-TZ-B,  OB
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows,
Mouldings. Balusters.
Blinds. Brackets,
Ballings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolWwly r
VOLUME VI.-NO. UU.
DAILY BRITISH OOLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. Q„ JUNE 20, 1889.
'IAKING NEW EYELIDS.
\. Young Girl's Remarkable Ea-
capo from Loss of Sight.
[tosporato Clinncos Taken In nn Operation
' on Ihitlly-llurue-l Eyes—How   a Now
Vork Surgeon Sueccotlod In Growing New Litis.
| Among nil tho operations that a surgeon
called on to perform thero is none that ro*
uircsinoro skill, nervo nnd sound judgment,
jiaii thoso in which lho eye is treated,
i-ritos a Now York correspondent ct' tbe St.
jouia Olobe-Demoerat. Tho cyo is sueh an
-jiipoi-tniit factor in human life and ihe loss
i tittouded with so much misery and uo-
pnir, that surgeons aro impressed with the
osponsibility, and particularly so, as tho
■•tgl-tost slip of tho knifo mny dash a person
do eternal darkness.
•flbcro is tho caso of Annlo Morgan, of LIus
ity, tho daughter of a wealthy citizen. Sho
i about sixteen years old, and was uhenuty,
i bh and raro, until hor face was disfigured
ij an accident. Bho waB of a studious dls-
iositlon, and used to burn the midnight ctl
teadlly lu her room. Loud, piercing screams
wahoned tbo wholo Morgan household sov-
ral months ngo. They came from Annie's
□om in tho middlo of tho night, and it was
nought that burglars had mado their
liinineo. Everybody rushed thoro nnd
ound a bright llnmo on tho floor from an
.•orluriicd ami broken lamp. Thoro wore
roans coniiug from a pllo of clothing on
lio bed, and when a big quilt was unrolled
pinio was found with hor clothing badly
Earned nnd tho uppor pnrt of her body livid
Ind with big blisters In many places. Sho
lad upset tho lamp in somo way, nnd tho
pirning oil had boon thrown over her. Sho
ptn'mod her presence of mind, and, instead
*' fanning the llainc bv running arouud, oho
It-appcd herself in a quilt and smothered
me flame. This undoubtedly saved her Ufa
A physician was summoned at onco and
1111110 wii:* removed to another room. Tho
p'-nxi clothing was cut away with care, so
* not to disturb the elevated epidermis, and
to wholo burnod surface of tlio body wns
jhabed in a solution of creosote and wator
lid then was covered with oil nnd a thick
Iyer of cotton. Her face was greatly swol-
1*11, aud sho was in a comatose condition;
re eyelids woro raised, and it was scon that
frcyos had not Buffered as much uatlicj
rrounding tissue This was undoubtedly
lie to tho fact that Annio, being noar-
Itjhted, had on a pair of glasses, and theso
roteeted tho oycballs from the first burst of
Bo flamo and frying oil. If sho had beon
jithout tho glasses bothoyes would certainly
fcvo beon destroyed, and even as it was
■cir condition was bad enough Hor face
llis bathed iu a soothing ointment and thon
Trapped in cotton so arranged as to exclude
le mi- from evory part oxcopt ou a lino
1th tho mouth and nostrils. Burns when
|tciiP,ivo aro not only vory dangerous, but
alow to.heal at all. Altornato hopo aud
lut* were tho ouly outcomo of tho patient's
inditiou for weeks.
|l'ho worst pnrt of tho wound was around
i eyes, and special attention wns paid to
oping tho pus from getting Into thom and
fcveuting inflammation. Tho sight iu tho
Iu was not normal, but this was duo to
nn disturbance in tho retina from intlnni-
ptlou rather tlian to any permanent do-
|.-t In tho eyes.   Aftor a long, patient
hard struggle tho propor   combina-
|u of internal nnd   external   romedies
dlscovorcd,    and    tho    condition
is slowly improved, nnd finally tho ulcers
jiled. Tho effect of tho burn was horrible.
go lower part of tho faco was in fair
"ipe, and timo and euro would wlpo out
1) irregularities nnttieavo littlo derormlty,
it the uppor part would draw a sympatic tear from a stono.   Tho upper aud
Vor oyolids on both eyes, under tho influ-
po of the poison in tho tissue, had sloughed
Jay.
Buch a desperate stato of affairs led tho
Jjtor to take dosperato chances. Ho
litcd until tho paitont had recovered
length nud thon began tho work of mak-
f; now eyelids. Ho started on tho right
j first, which was In tho worst condition,
5 only a slight portion of each lid remained.
Bcaiuo was applied to tho oyo and neigh-
T'ing tissuo until it became insensible.
i slight portion of tho flesh of the uppor
J was mndo raw by scraping. A pieco of
[sue was cut from tho patient's arm,
Bit largo onougli to fit the raw edge,
Id was quickly applied to it. It was
liy a small strip, but it speedily settled tho
i't that the flesh would tako root, and in a
B.v days it had united naturally. Tho next
Ip in the operation was to dissect a flap
|m tho back of tho right nrm, near the
list, loaving ono end of the tissuo intact.
fo arm wns raised to tho level of tho cyo,
U, while it was firmly hold, was united to
|) uppor lid with two sutures. Small strips
ladhosivo plaster woro also applied to
lengthen lho union, and larger pieces and
lidngos woro used to hold tho arm firmly
Iposition.
I'ho pationt had to bo watched constantly
prevent her from gotting roliof from tho
Tlnvard situation by lying on hor urm.
Hum tho arm became numb nlcctrlcity wns
fcd to stimulate tbo circulation of tho
|od. Antiseptic dressings woro applied
Iquontly to tho wound, and in two weeks
j union had become strong enough to per*
ft tho flap to bo sevored. Tho oyo was
ff,-t moist all tho time with castor oil, and
now flesh waa raised by small ivory
JJ--ports. The patient remained in good
faith, and tho loft cyo was operated upon,
•ere was no preliminary test used, and
|.or tho upper lid hud been prepared a Hap
dch had beon cut from tho loft arm was
ncd to it with sutures aud bandages,
hile this was becoming united the new
on tho right oyo was trimmed to tho
■■lit size, drawn down at tho corners and
■)do fast at tho outer nnd innor angles.
to loft lid mado a moro rapid union, and in
i days tho arm wns released. This lid
.3 also trimmed aud fitted iuto po*
ni. Tho wound healed splendidly- aud
very encouraging. At tho end of a
inth the entiro tissue was covered with
unbroken membrane. Another flap was
ido ou tho right arm, when tho iufiumma-
J ni had subsided, and attached to tho under
This also made a good union, aud the
lip was severed In nbout ten days.
fWork was begun upon tho othor oyo in a
■w days. This part of tho operation was
pry troublesome- as tho edgos of the floBh
Boro not propurly adjusted by reason of the
TUient jerking hor head from pain, Thoro
(■-us considerable sloughing, hut in time tho
louud became healthy and tho flesh united.
Jfiio under oyolids woro Bhapcfl to moot tho
lupcr ones and wero sutured. Careful
latching prevented an accumulation of pus
Kid tho tissuo healed rapidly. After they
'oenmo toughened an opening was mndo in
ko lower eyelids into the littlo tear ducts,
Ijhieli woro kopt dilated by a small bono
;-uin tube about tho size of a needle.
bough fluid was discharged from tho lids
1 keep tbo eyes moist, This was eonsid-
I'Cd lomarkablc, as tho littlo glands were
paiost totally destroyed. Tho patient is
; >w ablo lo movo lho lids with tho muscles
- thn forehead and cheek, and this giver)
t odd expression to hor face. Her sight lu
If-ioil, und when sho has glasses on the de-
jrmity can not ho noticed except on closo
.speciion. and lho lids servo nil the pur-
\teo» of those that woro destroyed.
-Iho First Ocean Steamer*
Jit Is romarkablo that aftor bo muoh bas
loon written and published in regard to
fnrly steam, navigation (especially ocean
navigation, which ia of comparatively recent
lato), it remains to bo Bhown that tho flrst
fc *gulnrly-bullt ocean steamer waa eon*
Tpuctod on this sido of tho Atlantic Walv-
j['g nil that has beon claimed for tho voyage
JE tho Savannah, we-now And that an Amer-
Ijan Bhip-buildcr constructed tho first sea-
ping steamer that ovor crossed tho ocean
J-opollod wholly by atonm. This waa callod
$io Royal William, in honor of tho "sailor
;iii'*" who thon reigned in England, and
;.io Historical Society of Chicago baa her
Original drawings on file In its archives,
Clll'l"! I'lll'l-   it DInciiho.
' A theory of oboslty, proposed by M. Lo*
l-nti recantly- ami doscrlbofl boforo tbo
i do Uiologle, ia lhat ii Is a i*r-'-vonB
lynndtoi ' n ■■■ 'Iby av ;'0.of
lueiui.l and physical faliguo, nud a diet of
ngga, soup, milk, rico aud potatoes.
It Makes
You Hungry
"I havo used Faino-s Celery compound and 11
bos bad a salutarj
ellect Itlnvlgorat-
ed the system andl
feel like a new
man. It improve'
tbe appetite and
facilitates digestion." J. T. COPS*
land, Frlmus, 8. G
Spring medicine meansmoronow-a-daysthaalt
did ten yeara ago. The winterot 1883-89 hasten
tho nerves all fagged out. Tbo nerves must be
■rtrengUiene'l, tho blood purified, liver and
bowela regulated, paino's celery Compound-
Ihe Bprtng medicine ofto-day-tisxe all this,
as nothing elfio can. Pr&wribti by Phydetant,
Rteommtndtd by Druggists, EndoriH by Minittors,
Guaranteed by tht UamtfOftumt to U
The Best
Spring Medicine.
"In tho spring of 1S8TI was all run down, I
tvould get up In tbo morning wltb so tired fl
[eellng, and waa so weak that I could hardly get
around. iboughtabottteofPalne'sCeleryCom*
pound, and beforo I bad taken tt a week I felt
vory much better. I con cheeiuliy recommend
It to all wbo noed a building upend strengthen-
lug medicine." Mrs.B.A.DOw.Burlli>gtODtVb
Paine's
Celery Compound
!b a uniquo tome and appetizer. Pleoiant te
tbe taste, quick ln lta action, and without any
Injurious effect, it gives tbat rugged health
which makes everything taste good. It cure!;
lyspopala and kindred disorders. Physicians
prescribe It $1.00. SU for $0.00. Druggists.
Wlua,RlOLlBDfl0NfiC0.,   -   Moirrain.
oumohd ores ^HPlftSS
uermo nu^B-VSSSSSt,
WANTED.
[MURORFIVE 0001) STONEMASONS.
1   Apply to ACKERMAN BROS.,
il'cl8!o Now Westminster.
Notice to Cannerymen!
M
THOS. LEVI'S CAS-FILLIHO PROTECTOR
AV BE OBTAINED ON APPLICA-
tlon to v.. 8. M'OM.I..lU .V t'O.
Any person or persons found nsliigt'iem
without llie patent Blnmn-vlll bouroso-
eiitod, THOS. LEVI.
Now West., S7tl* Mny, 1S8II.       llmySTml
Rose Hill DairyFarm
FRESH  MILK
Delivered Daily tn Customers In all parts
of tbo City.
Hotolsandltcstnurnnts supplied at Special Hates by the year.
FRESH ECCS
Delivered nt Market Ilntcs.
Ordors left at M. Sinci-aik-h will be
promptly attended to.
WEAVER A WOODWARB,
dJolUyl Proprlclors.
BAZAAR
Tbo Slstcr3 of St, Ann's Convent will
bold a Bazaar of
FANCY & USEFUL ARTICLES
DRILL  SHED
 ON	
June 25,26 & 27.
REFRESHMENTS ot nil hinds will bo
served, eonimencinf,' ut noon on eneh
dny. djolBtd
our
omii.
MERCHANT TAILORS,
W'KII T(J INFORM THE PKOl'l-E of
New WeslinliiRler Hint they hav-.-
ra-opened the siiira lately qcouplod.by
Mfifisr--. Wnuil'<, Turner A Quinble, mul
arc now prtjparetl tt> cxeeuto all onlors for
TAILORING
A flue lino *jf Clot list just received,
t-oiirilKtliig ot nil  Ills-  I.nltni »t-
■Ign*- from Enro|ionn .tinrki-lH
MR.J.A. McDOUGAl.Lwlll attend tn
tbo cutting, and Is n nmcticitl meobnnlo
of twelve years* experience in (bo Untied
Statos; nlso two ycnri* as forcmnn for
Mt-'ssrw. ('iti*-* A Son, of Victoria.
Satisfaction guaranteed,
GOLi'MQiA Street, Opposite Dank of Montreal
NEW WK8TM1N&TBTL-
_________ dlo13mll	
M.A.McRAE
Merchant 1 nilor
BEATJTIPUI, IIASOE OP
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Slrlpod and Check
for spring and summer.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Commma St.,   -  New Wkstmisster.
dwmhasio
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE   BARGAINS
Suits tt Pants
&
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
We nro Rolling (ho best Of
English, Scotch & French Goods
At prices awny down Clioapor than
Ever.
Cull and examine and we aro Hi-tlHliml
Hint you will buy boforo you loavo Iho
Store,
AU work guaranteed,
dmhlyl 88 Colombia Mmt.
Chance For Good Boys.
WANTED.    SEVERAL   RBUABJttB.
honest boys tu pick fruit.  A pply nt
dJelSwl  ' PELilAM GARDENS.
jCnTO^XOE.
DURING MY ABSKNOE FUOM THE
(illy Mr. Nt'wton A. While will lmve
obaraoof my bnshiu-js.-iiui bus-uiilinrlty
toeotitct and dlaqbnrge »ll ncconnis in
coiiiu.'ctluii llu-n-wl:ll, etc.
ft. [I. WEBB.
How Westminster, .Tune ll, 1889.    d)e0m2
Towing, Lightering,.Etc.
SAWMir-r-OWNKUS, LOGGERS, ami
DlbeiH nro notlileil  Hint   our steel
'lug-bunt,
Will be i ciuly for work nbout ibcMtb lust,,
ami wu aro prepared to en tor Into oon-
tracta ror all kinds of lowing, llgbtoi'-
Ing, *o.
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
dmyste Vanoouver, IJ. 0.
Business Change!
HAVINO RETIRED FROM THE (IRO-
eery business, 1 lm^ in tbunk llio
nilbllo for tbelr support during tlio pa l
tv:i, vt>;irs mul n'-i>ei'lfiil!y solicit neon-
tlnlllinee of lhe k:,i,i,' 1,1 Tiiy snu'i'ssiir, Mr.
A. Crnsor. 1). HiUHRTSON.
Now West., Jiino lir, 1880.
HAVING THIS DAY I30CO1IT OUT
llie business of 1>. Robertson, I l.r*p
to Inform lb" public. Unit It will beciinled
on as formerly.uu'd In addition togroeorlos
I will curry ii Inrgi' vnrlely nf cigars, lo-
btlccoall'l fillll.nlsn -nmiiior licvcrllgcs.
AI.HXAN1IKII FltASUll.
,Now West., Juno 18,1880, djelllll
[ttm.t- fboi.1 Saak ch to ViotchiaI
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
dmliSDmO VICTORIA, B. C.
THE' WESTMINSTEK
PoultryYards
JOHN S.OOX. Prop.
I, I Slit nrnlimni*,
Piirirttlgi- Coehhlns,
...Plymouth Hoirks,
While fiitieDl'kSimnlsh
White Crested, Blnck   and Golden
Poland s,
lloutlnnsi     Sllver-iicuoilltil   Hnm-
bnrgit
Black, lied nnd Pitt Giuneu.
Toulouse (Jeeue.      Iloiien DuckK,
T
SERyiCEBULL.
I1IK REGI-'TERED PEDIGREE HOL-
STEIN DULL,
Gugertha Prince 5,
Will stand for servico thin season at D.
McPltadeii'S Garden, Edinburgh street.
Terms reasonable,
Milch Cows for Sale.
1). MePHADEN,
Proprietor.
Kum Hinq",
Manager.
dsrrmyim
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 1858.
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Mlllin'tnctlmirs of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contriu-tot-H by Aupnlnlmeul   tti Her
Mttjouty's itoynf Navy, the P-mil-
ntoti (lovi-riiiK-nt, iVe.
Mcdii! tind IHpl-niin nwni'ilo:! uMlifl Colonial and liidlnn Kr-bibliion, i/'ii-
don,l8S0.
l-'Arr'tUY-Nlngimi st, .lun*:-* Hny.
*)I'*,''ieHK-r>7I',*iil M., Viutorbi, li. (;.
dhpSmtl
This Fino Townsito, at the Fresh-Water
Junction of tiio
Southern Railw'y
19 MIIv.-. Above Wf(tilll?liter,
Has just been Surveyed, and tlie Lots
aro for salo by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
 AND	
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Of Nkw Wk-jtminstku, Ii. C.
The advantages and prospects of this
Plot for a futuro thriving Town aro
many.
The Land iu the vicinity is good.
Thero nro inexhaustible IRON ORB
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality-, immediately adjacent, an well as vast strata <»f
tho finest BUILDING SAND ami POT*
TERY CLAY.
On tlm Towiwlto are a number of vain-
ttblo MINRRAL SPRINGS,
Communication by laud and watui-is
unequalled, by reason of tlio location of
tho Townsito on tho Fraser Rivor ami
the Southern Railway, while tho natural
elevation and lay of tho land can not he
fixcolletl as a situation for a line town.
Tlio ground is open nnd clear of heavy
timber,
The Htlo has been sulectod ai one nf
tbo most important st:itlo a on tho
Southern Hallway, nml with tho com*
plctioii of the mail, in the near futiuv,
must, with alt its other advantages,
spring Into pioniineneo at onco,
Thoso who apply early will havo tlio
pick ot tlio Lots.
A clear title given with every purchase,
Partlcb wishing Lots ean apply as well,
on the premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
dmyOto Fnnl'im-lori.
W. 0. LOYE,
I
Kvii'ilrhift Neiil I}-  lion**.   Cork Hole
Work a Specialty.
sarorders promptly attended to,
ClarkHoii St., in rearm* Colonial Hotel, next to Rand Bros,' o!b<*e.   dnoltc
DRESS MAKING
At SUSS JEXXiX'-S',
(Late ok Esqi-and)
Cornet ot Church and Columbia Stroetfli
NEW WESTMINSTER.
aarRatlBfaetlbh guaranteed,    dwfe7U|
Dress-Making I
Misses McDODGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Weatminster, B. C.
tar aatlsfnatlon gnnrantecd.      <!np!:!l
NOTIOE  IH  KEUEBY GIVEN THAT
wo lmv< applied lo ll.« Minister of
lhe In crioi-for iv Urem-'C lo ent and earry
nwav timber on and from lhe following
land-i-Tbo N.W. <|inu-ler of Section \'21\
nv.-nl.v-Kiiven, t.iH-w-'M iialfof Sf.-Mon [;i:ii
tlili'lv-llin'i'.  In Township 1*21 two! and
Section |:ni tlilrly. Hi Him* [S] five liorHi,
Hang-- onn wufil; till in New \Ve»tniliiHter
DlfltilCt.
ItOVA I. OITV PIjANING MILLS 00.
[Llmitedl.
Per W. A. DUNCAN.
Now West., May 2:1,1880. clixiySuml
VANCOUVER CI'fY
FoundnyiiachlneWorks
rplIE PILOPUIKTOltS OK TIIEHE
I works have muoh pleasure in notifying tbelr ri-lL-mls mul (be public ihui thoy
are now prepared to receive and promptly
execute any orden: for work In Ihfilr line
with which they may bo favored.
A. M-cKELYIE,
Mcchnuical Mauagi?r.
Vancouver, B.C., Sth May, 1883.
ilwniylStc	
FRESH CALIFORNIA AHD LOCAL
Mls&lBPtaWes
ALWAYS ON HANI).
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
dJeSlto
nice Bull,
THE THOEOUGH-IIKED SIOKE-POBIS
JERSEY BULL,
"Covernor fySoody"
Will stand for Rcrvico this season al Pelham Dairy, r-'Cv.' Wesinilnslor, where the
beautiful got oftbls superb animal cau be
seen nnd Inspeclcd,
A few calves for sale,  Torraa reasonable.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
Ralph Uoott:. *    Proprietor,
Jlanngcr. dmy^tc
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANUI'ACTOllEllS   OP
TIN- GOPPER & S!H-f:T-SR0>^
■W-A. 39 El,
wi:i;,sTf:it'.-i iimkik iuivstaius), ,
Fitoyr Srni'iiT,       Nkw \Vi*.stmis["Tf.ii.
HAVING   JUST   OPENED   IN THE
llbovo line, we respoiitfully solicit a
share of tin- trade, and trual by careful
ii!te:i!i'!ii liioi-.lcrsiind nio n-ruN; .'ii:n:ros
In mcill, Mm same. Ksperii-jieed work-
moo; siillsfaeliuii (■ua'autepd,
K**lliimli'-funilaliMl!"or(l:1!v..olK«-«1Llron
Comk-e. Iln.-.iiii..*, I'lumliim:, tia-.-illtlnff,
Kt.enni and Hot Wafer ilealiiiL', Ac
ow Knlraueo lo nieinlseM on M;;ryS!.t
In rcai'of Hank of ... C. dnmltOto
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
[CIGAR, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
o™ MAINLAND.
laTThey are not only inado of the
CllolrCKt Tobacco but they nro of
Home Manufacture, and should ho
patronized by all good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
IIOU1ROOK BUIIDIM),
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
dw!7noly
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
Aad PROVISIONS.
 ALSO—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
AN i FURNISHINGS.
AT THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
LlTNl'HOItM'N BLOCK,
''olllinlllit Strrcl, NfW W.SllltlHStcr.
noldwly
Mil British k Mercantile
COMPANY
"-STABUSHgD IS09.
Capital,   -   $15,000,^00.00
Sllliswllwl Cupllilll, ns nl ,11.t Do., 1888,
"l2,riflll.0lHl. Klru l'-tllld nnd Ht'sorvp, "II,-
2111,7m   Ni't l'R'niliims, IRS-?, S-'i.lllll.Or
OF  LONDON.
Capital,    -    81M3MOO.OO
ItATRH   AH    LOW   AH   ANY  OTHElt
I'llHI'ANIK-l llOlNd   miHIKKSS
IN BRIWSHCOLUMBIA,
T. Or. T.A.Q-CTES
Agent for Now Westmlnstcv Oity
and District, '" "■'
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
a jt_ ___-__•-B__t,'_3
Temple of Music!
Is the Place lo Buy First-Class
AKD
Atiuch Prices and Terms a. will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For prices and forms, apply to CARTER'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC.
Vancouver, IS. €.
230 Hastings St. West. dnpltjlc
W. R. AUSTIN'S
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANLTAriUltKllH   OK
OATMEAL
Hy llio Latest Improved ProtiosB.
<&_T ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILLS itt Kurlh Sua:,It-It.
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE: Ticturlit.
dmh'20m6
ff.
oro!
i!30-332 COIilHIV.t STKKKT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Imparl ers and llctilers in
MACHINERY
OY Al.Ii DEHCRITIONS.
MARINE WORtTa SPECIALTY.
dwde2llto
Canadian Facile Bailway.
PAOIFIC DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MASTERS OF VES-
sols.and other Craft navigating the
Fraser River arc caul toned to keep within
tlio Buoys painted Rod and Whit*-, re-
npebtlvely, at tbe Sllsslpn Bridgo, as during Ibe construction <'f the Bridge, nnvl-
gallon botween Ihe luniks of tbe River
and theBuoya Is dangerous, owing lo piles
being driven thero.
H. ABBOTT.
General Superintendent.
Vancouver, B. C, "lb Mny, 1880.   dmy8to
*i*<ror3:io*E3.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
'10 days ntlor date we Intend matting
uppllculiou to the Utilcf Commissioner or
Lands and Works tor a lease ror limbering purposes of tho following described
lauds, situated in Saywnrd Dlslrlct, Vancouver Island:
Commencing nt n stake placed on tbe
wost shore of a small lako duo south of
I .ot 6 i, sny ward District, about ono mile
from south ond or mild lake; thenco west
.'Oicluiln-.'. thoncesoulb -ilHii-hnlti**, thonco
cast 5(10 chain!*, tbence north 730 chnlns,
thenco west. •Ill) obalns, thenoo smith 210
chains, thonco enst lil) clialus, mora or
less, to lho above-mentioned lake, thence
meandering 11I0--11 slioro of said lake to
place of commencement,—containing abont M-OUO acres, mora or less.
IlOYAii City Planing Mtlt-s Co. Ld.
John Henphy, Mnnngcr.
Now Westminster. June to, 1881).
dltjolm
"T-ECin-
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STBWAHTICASIIjI'illiipS
J. J. WILSON, - MANAGER.
Ka( cs, $1.00 and $1.50 per Hay,
ACCOHMNO TO ROOM.
SPECIAL RATES BY THI! WEEK OR MONTH.
»e-Parties supplied with nil kinds of
ICK-CREAM. dmy-imU
THK EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL COMMUNICATION of the M. W. Orand
Lodge of British Columbia will be held In
the M ARO NIC TEMPLE. In tlio OITY OF
VlOTOItlA, commencing on HAT UK-
DAY- Jim*! IWntl, nt 2 o'clock p. W.
A fullnlt'-ndancocf members aud representatives Is earnestly requested.
Arrangements hnve been made wltb
the C. P. N. Co. (or ono flrst-class faro for
round trip, from New Westminster nnd
Vancouver to Vlciorla and return, Tlck-
otsgood from 21st to''0th insts , inclusive,
for lneinbetH of tho Masonic fraternity,
tlielr wives or other members of their
families accompanying them,
HENRY BROWN,
dfluiltd Grand See.
Dominion Lands,
JV YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
razing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or nny bind from tho Domlnlnu Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay fn SOEIP ami save a
largo discount.
Scrip can bo obtained In large or small
quantll !os from
ALLOWAY &  CHAMPION
Bj9L*n-*s:*i**i*Ra,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OU  PROM
TUB BANK OF BKITI8R COLUMBIA,
NEW  WEHTMINBTEK
dwralifltc
RSTABLISHKI) I8R».
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
\sa-ly Opposite tho Colonial Hotel,
NKW WESTMINSTER
mHH  LARGEST  AND   CHOICEST
1    asaortmout of all descriptions ot
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, aud supplied to Fam.
Ijics, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tho
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
FARM PRODUCE.
Harfl-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
LEAVE  OtiDEItS   AND   SETTLE  ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dmyMte       	
J.W. WiiGER
DfSALEIt IM
Hard and Softwood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notleo nml at Rea on-
able Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Slock.
Orders left at tho (J. P. N. Wharf will bo
promptly delivered. dmh'.'Utc
WM. H. VIANEN,
FRONT  STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
fl-jr Hiyhc3t Price jmiil for Fura and
Doer Hiilcs.
(,'(HTOsj,niiileii"o invlleil. tt-ijrolephone
Cnll No. I). tlJnSlc
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot ok Douglas Rtiiket, Nbab
COLUJiniA  Stkekt.
J. FERGUSON, TKOPRSETOR
FRESH   BREAD,   CAKES,  PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc,
Hold and Restaurant trade solicited.
AH orders   promptly attended to nnd
delivered lo any part of Ibe city.   dmh28y
B.G.Mnuno&talWork8
CDS. COIUMBIA AND GHU'OH SlS.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
famls. Headstones, Tablets, Etc,
In Marble or Granite of iicst Quality,
CORNER     POSTS     AND    CURBING.
N. B.—.lust received—the finest nss-ori-
ment of Sciitcli (irnislli- MtlUniiu'iiIh over
seen n Drltisb Columbln,which Will lifi
snld al prieos putting competition out of
lho question.
dwmb2 yi AUX HAMILTON- Prop.
Royal OoWian Hospital,
mENDEUS WILL Bl3 RECEIVED RY
|    tbo undersigned unlil Uo'clock p. in.
SATtTKliAY, ailth .lime,  fur  snpptyinK
tho Ho pilnl from 1st July, ISffil.tn June
aotii, isvo, Willi Hie following article**:
HREAD, brown A white.
BEEF. MUTTON.
FISHi/resb. MILK", per gat.
COAL. Woiiin-iion, screened.
WOOD, pine, live.     TRA.pcrlh.
COFKEK.pcrlb.        HH'K, *ier lb.
sUGAIt. peril). 1JIIOOMS, pordoz,
SOAP, E C, pcrlb.   COAL OIL.
OATMKAL, B.C., norlb.
lil'lTKK. per ib, best In market.
KGi'iH, nor do-*.
ni-ANKKTsf-i-pt.) while, per pair.
FHNEItALS.
0BTJG9, detailed lisisof which can ho ob*
talni'd on application at (be hospital.
■ Neither   thn   lowest  nor   anv   tender
neoofiaarily accepted.
Samples of ten, ooflbe, rice, soap and
hrnoms oblalned on application lo lho
Bio ward al > he hospital.
Two sureties of 8K0 e-icl. will rcqulroto
nccoinpany each tender.
[Signed], W. H. KIIAUY,
Hon. Sec.
Nnw West,, June 11, IMO.        dJelStd
TIME    CARD.
O.   -E*.   U.  CO.
Str. William Irving
Will Leave lho 0. P. N. Co.'s Whnrf,
3H-V33U*5T
Tuesday, Thursday 5 Saturday
AT 7 A. Jl.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AHD WAV PORTS.
Returning I'.vei",-
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
Wbon stKHoieut  Intiiicoment nflb'rs she
win pmoeed io flul'E.nndnnsncb
occasions will lo:ivo her-wharf
at -ia in.
.t-'HN HIVING, Manager,
T, L. BRIGGS, Attont,
Now Westminster, ditpDlu
Time Tab!e!
■_P ______ THE STEAJIEll
*JS'<tOBEP.TiiUNSMilll)
* EAVES WESTMlSKTt-'R every Mon-
j dny morning ut 7 o'clock for Nanal-
io, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday-
la Vancouver.
Lonvos Weslminslor every Wcdnoidny
nt 7 a. in. for Nanaimo direct, lonnectlng
wlih Island railway and Comox Bteamer.
Leaves  Nanaimo   for   Vanoouvor on
Thursday*' and Fridays and returns name
dny**,
Loaves Nannlmo ou Saturday at 7 n. 1.1.
for WestminBter dlrcoi.
For frel-'bt or pnssugo apply on boani,
ortoT. L. HiM-iGs, O. P, N. wharf,     dtc
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER IOM SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, An.
Rice Meal,
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
FOR CATTLE FEED.
ihnbVuiO
LARGEST BOOT ft SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses $c Children's
Ami Where to Get tlie Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
83T REMEMBER, my stock- of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwto S3.  Coli3.*-*a.-b3.a Street.
(LUNCl'Ojrs BUILDING, FBOKT STREET)
XXEU_____.   ZZZST
Constantly ou Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, tii-occi-ics,   Boots A Shoes, Hats A iiajm,
Crot'k'-ry, (jSliisswarc, Av.
Bxzisr's   -ss   BO-s-s'    sitits.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN,  SEEDS,  POTATOES,  LIME aud   GENERAL STORES.
K. It*—Farm Produce bought nt market rales or sold 011 commission,   rkSwOrders
frum ibe Inierlm- pruniptly attended to. <w c-.to
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAID & INVESTMENT AGENCY. Id.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
HEAD OFFICE,. 15 Serjeants Inn FleetSt. - LONDON, ENG.
Tlie Business of ALLROL1 & MASON has been merged in tlm above Company
and will hb carried 00 by the Company from this date as n genoral Land Investment
and lusnranoo Ageiuy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Elatts. Town Lots and Farming
Lauds for Salo on easy terms,
Viclorln B. a, May 10th, 18W. Uwlrtto
yA-*-^*^vt-K<-.-v    *        --,*.>■> -* w •■ .    ..*,   \    *■    -•-•-■
CASTORIA
far Infants and Children.
"CMtorIni3sowi-aiftdaptMtochlldrentha*| Cutoti* enrra Colic, Constipation,
IU Bo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.Y.   | Witbout injurloia medication.
Tin: Cr.xTAvit Compaxy, 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
1
TO CONTRACTORS
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BF, UF,
ceived hy Ibe Honourable Chief Com*
inls-ionor of Lands nnd Works, up to
noon of Wednesday, 10th July next, from
por-oiis--xperlenced in woll drilling wbo
mny ho desirous.of undcrtaklnRooniinols
from the Government forslnfclnBonoor
moro experimental Artoslan Wolls in
Y;ilo District, B. C, wiili a viowlo ilt-ier-
minlngiliolr value for purposes of Irrigation.
Proposal!" must state clearly all conditions and terms, stme the kind of apparatus proposed to bo used, nnd give (he
name of two responsible residents of ibe
Provlnoe who tire willing to onlor into a
bond lo secure the faithful carrying out of
anv contract Which may bo entered Inlo.
Mich information ns may bo in possession of lho Lands add Works Depnrtment
will bo furnished on application to parlies
proposing to contract.
W. B, GORE,
Siirv- yor*Genornl.
Lands A Works Depnrtment,
Viclorln, B. O„10th .luiio, um   djel7ld
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed 1 Sale Stables
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At H|iceini LOtf Hates.
Braying and Jill Sis 0! Usg
Done al, Sboilest Notice.
Dryt'nrtlwuixl delivered to any purl of
tho City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
intention.
ntrstnblos nearly opposito C. P. I!. Depot, Colum bin 81., NewWcst minster.
dJnlHe      GILLEY BROS.  "-ors.
Feed,Livery i Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
PE03? RXETO E.
a OOD DRIVING A RIDING 1IORREH
for Hire. Bflokl call at all Steamers
and Trains. Bpoolfll attcnlton given lo
Uonrdlng Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constnnllyou Hand.
Orders may bo left at the Offlco of Mathers A Millknn,Commission Men-hums,
Front EHrcoVNow West. dBe21!o
NOTICE lft HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 liavo upplied lo Ihe Honourable
-ilnMcmr llio iMcrlorforn llconno tocut
llmbf-ron Ihofn lov.lngdoscrlb. d Doraln*
Ion binds In Now Wesimlustor District,
liriilsi- c.iiiniiii.i. (icronitijg to the Pro-
vincliil Govornnioni survey:
(■outli-onsi '.| Section 20, south-cast U
Rcoilon '2., ni.rlb hnlf and south-west\\
Hoi lion :]. in Towusl.h-'.'G, ami Sections
20 unci 150, 111 Township 211.
II RN It Y V.EDMONDS.
New West., 7th March, 18S0, djefiml
IMPERIAL,
FIRE INSURANCE CSbiP'V.
I Oi.n lUio.-.p St, and Hi Pall Mali,
LONDON.
INSTITt-TED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES* OTHER
Bnildinge, Good*-, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing nnd Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and ibe
Cnrgocsofsuch Vessels} alao, Shh» build
log and roiiaiiiug, Barges and other \cs
sola on navigable rivers and canals, and
Gooda on hoard ouoh Vcssols, thi-onghriut
Great Uritain and Ireland aud in Foreign
Countries,
FKOM LUSH OR UAHA6K BY FIKK.
Subucrihcd nnd Invested Capital,
£1,600.000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can ho obtained on application 11
W. J. AllMSTlUINU,
Agent fo; Non Westminster.
\ k FranoiscOp Cal,
BY WAY OF THE
SouHierii Pacifio Company's
LITfB.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
BUIOlCKltIN TIME THAN AN Y OTHKH
HOUTE BETWEEN
Hey WestminBter and San ham,
GRAND SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPUR8
TOUKIST SLEEPING CARS
I'or Acconimodntlou of Soooml-Clnss Fas-
nongers, ntlnchcil to Express Trains.
Faro fiom l'ortlniii! to Bneramenlo nml
sun Fi'iiiiclsco-Uiillmlled, tin; First-
-   elnss (l.lmltcil), *20; Second-clns, (Ll-
mlledl, sir,.
THltolJOll TICKETS to nil polnls Soutli
nml I'.iisi, vlo Cnllfornla,
TICKET OFFIOESl
City Oitilt., No. 13-1 Cor. Fhst A Allien
I     Slri'nls;
■ Di-.i'OTtiiTH'i'.fir.'. VA From streets:
l'l.i'tliuiil. Oroson,
It. KOEHLEll,       E. P, 110GER8,
Mnnngcr.       Assvo, r. A Pi»n
,..■,: '   '  ...-■—
  '    " * DAILY BRKOISH OOLUIPUN, NBW WBIMNflMBR, B, Q„ 3Vm 80, 1889,
VOLUME VI.—KO, HS.
gkulg fritiak (Mmnbimi
Tfcaradar Evening. June 20* 1889.
ADVERTISING RATES FOR THE DAILY.
Tr*iiHleft*ArtvKrllHcmenl8.-Kir8tlinter-
tlioi, 111 CM. per lino solid inmimrell; eaoh
su ime'iueii I eoiisecul I ve insertion, 3ct*. per
line. Ailvi-rtlsemenls not Int-t-rleu evory
dHv-lli'Kt lusertion, 10 eta. per line; subse-
ani-nt Insertions, Ii ol8. per line.
••.uudin-i A(lverllMcn.eniH.-rrofcns!on-
r| or BuslneSfl Cards- -$2 per month. Special rales for general undo advertising,
according to mince occupied and duration
of contract. ,    , ,
A.1.--.--II Sales, when displayed.oharged
25 .itr cent, less 'mut transient advls, U
„oW., ctii.rj;cd a I. retulnr transient rates,
Kimm-.h. NollRe» among wilding liiaiter,
2il .-is. per line onch insertion. Specials
liiM-rfi-d hy Uio monlli at reduced rates.
Births, Marriages and lMilhn,ifl for each
Insertion; Funeral Notices In connection
with deaths, 50 els. each lusertion.
WEEXLV ADVERTI3IMB RATES.
TrnnOciil AilverdsemrntH.-Kirsi.insertion, III cts. per line solid nonpareil; sub-
leqm-nt insertions, 7 ots. por lino.
gcmi'IliiK A.lvertl«!inents;-ProfeS6lon-
nl or Business L'ar.ls-?!.50 per monlli.
Special ra!-*H for-.'efPrnl Ir»«i«iuverlisliu*.
Siici'li.t Noli'-;"", PirHii, Mnrria|*cs and
DeatbB, aamo rates aa Dally.
Cutsmusl beall molal.anrtforlargoouta
ttii'uxlri nut; will he i'Ii-ii".*'"d* .
■sw-rcis-'iiis ■it-Ildl!!'' in iUlV'!H!SClll'-tl.S
should la- ciirufi:!  lo' ;-:.<Hz wlit'lln-r they
Weekly, or loin. A libera MiluoUon Is
mndo when Inserted in holh. Noadvcr-
tlsement Insetted for lesu than 3>.
BUBSCttlBEOS
"Who do not receive llielr paper regularly,
irnm lho Carriers or   tlir<nn*U   the in*i
Olllcc, will confera favor byroportlng the
sumo lo tho olllco of pm-i leal lonntonce.
NEW ADVERTISEMtrOS THIS DAY.
To Builders Clow k Maclure
Tendoi'ii Wanted T. Cunningham
Special Meeting W. B, Edmonds
Notice .;.J: S.Cox
Wanted "MM Colonial Hotol
Strawberries nnd Cream at tho
"Club."
Tho water in the river is going down
a littlo every day.
All tho fashionublo iced beverages, ut
tlio "Hub," noxt the "Queen's.     *
Tho str. Irving left fur Ohilliwaok at
3 a. m. with freight and passongees.
Russell's Restaurant, opposito the
American Hotel, opon day and
night. i9m3*
Furnished room to lot for gentleman iu a private family. Apply at
this office. 3t
Aid, Cunningham ia calling for tenders for the clearing of a portion of
Queon'a park.
200 lots on tho Therms road, from
§65 upwards at $10 per month. - W.
Reidt, Front street. *
To Buildini; Society members six
weeks in arrears: What's lhe matter
with tho lino notice?
Clow & Maclure aro calling for lenders for tho erection of a two story residence ou Lulu Island.
Tho str. Rithet left for Victoria this
morning with 40 passengers, GO ions of
farm produce and 115 head of cattle.
Only onu common drunk decorated
the police court this morning, and he
left bemoaning tho loss of a,crisp $5
bill.
Tlie ship MacDuff has loaded 500,-
000 feet of lumber and will liavo the
balance of her cugo aboard in two
weeks.
Fresh shrimps made their appearance on the market to-day fur lho lirst
time this season. They come from
Victoria.
Try the latest summer drink—"Milk
Shako"—only 10 cts. per glns3, at
Eraser's (Lato Roberlsun'-*,) next to
Ciiy Hotel. tc*
Look out for the great salo of lots in
tha town of Seattle, at the Mission
Bridge, on June 15th next. For particulars, apply to Win. Reitit.        *
The programme for the Dominion
day sport* at Vancouver is out. It
covers almost evory athletic sport and
the prizes are many and liberal.
That staunch old craft, generally
known aa Spratt'a Ark, is loading
250,000 feet of lumber at tho Moodyvllle mills for the Mission bridgo.
Tho old bridge roadway on Columbia
Btreet, below Webstor'B wharf, has
beon turn down and is being replaced
with a slab and saw dust road bed.
The celebrated Greer Case Trial,
the Government uf Briiiali Columbia
and C. P. Railway Versus Samuel
Greer, for sale at Zed S. Hull's.
"Price 25 cents. Gt';f
All the members of the Hyack Fire
Company No, .1 are requested to meet
in the Hyack Hall to night at 8 o'clock
sharp to consider tho question of at-
teudimr tho Vancouver celebration on
Dominion Day.
Another bush fuo started ou tho
Brownsville shore yesterday and has
mado tho atmosphere in lhat locality
very nmoky, Unless tho lire dies out
beforo Saturday the smoko will greatly interfere with the Vancouver-West*
minster rille match,
A "mothers meotiog" was hold in
thu W*. C. T. U. hall yesterday afternoon, led by Mis. Thos. Cunningham.
A paper was read on the subject of
"purity iu tho home," and a very interesting discussion followed, These
meetings are held monthly, and aro
attended by quito a number of ladies.
The cricket match, Vancouver w.
Wesl min-it'. r, tn be played in this cily
on Saturday, will commence at 11 a.
m. Following eleven havo beon
chosen io rapro-jent Westminster:
Townley, Bovill, Dockrill, Coulthard,
Rev, P. Woods, Hnmber,Gifford. Road,
Miles, Raymond, Armstrong nnd Vid-
nl.
The Artillery nnd Rifles meet at tho
drill shed to-night to discuss the trip
to Vancouver mt Dominion day. Tho
Victoria garrison arlillery, 80 strong,
undor coninuuid of J-iout.-C'ol. Prior,
M. P., will lake part in the proceedings of the day, and it is expected tho
military pari of tho procession will bo
tlm most interesting of the whole.
Tho following eleven has boon so*
looted to play for tho Vancouver
Cricket Club ngainst tho Now Westminstor Cricket Club in this city on
Saturday next; Messrs, Campbell,
Rev. F. H. Clinton, Green, Nelson,
Newinglon,- Loutit, Williams, Fipp,
Wright, Woodward and Coleman.
O, G. Johnson ond A. F. Crickmay,
reserves.
Attention is directed to tho groat
auction snlo of blooded nnd graded
■took fixed to come off at Ontario farm,
Langley Prairie, on 28th Juno, full
particulars of which will appear in
next Weekly Coj-umman, Tho
Messrs, Innes are favorably known ns
being good judges of horses and cattlo,
and the snlo in question will givo nn
opportunity seldom offered of acquiring good stock. 100 acres of tho best
prairio land in the province will bo
offered for sale hy auction at tho same
time and place. Mr, T, J, Trapp will
conduct tho sale, td*
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian ofQoo. Prlcos will bo
found as low as at anv othor oltlce \n
the provlnoe —Adv,
Children Cry for Pitcher1'Castoria
Lacrosse Club Meeting.
Tho Lactase club meeting last night
was largely attended and the most
auccosslul and enthusiastic yet hold.
Tlio constitution and by-laws wore
road and adopted. An invitation to
visit Vancouver on Dominion day was
received and accepted. A uniform
wna adopted which which will consist
of maroon jersey, whito knickerbockers, belt and cap. The jersey is
to have the monogram of tho club
worked on tho breast in large whito
letters. The return match with Vancouver has bceu arranged for Saturday
20th inst.
The Itffle Mulch,
All arrangements for tho rille match
between 10*11113 chosen from the Vancouver and Westminster Rifles associations havo been completed. Tho
range is in good order, tho targets
have been put in proper shape nnd lho
firing points repaired, and all that is
required now i' favorable weather to
ensure a Ono and interesting match.
Following have been (-elected to ro-
preient lho Weatmlnster association :
■I. 0. Chamberluin, H. C Chamberlain, A. F, Cotton, Proud, AV. McColl, J. S. 0, Fraser, T. J. Trapp aud
Geo, Turnbull.' Tho Vancouver loam
has not been made public yet.
('rubbed Uy Timber.
Accidents aro epidemic at present
in tho Royal City. Tho latest occurred yesterday morning nt tho Royal
City Mills, C. T. Williams, who is
employed as tallyman, waa taking the
measure of a heavy peico uf timber,
which was being moved at tho timo.
By some means the timber slipped off
ouo of the blocks on which it was resting, and fell heavily on William's foot,
crushing it badly and pinning it to tho
ground. It was only a few seconds
until he waa released from this painful position, but those moments seemed an eternity to him. Ho wns removed to bis home, where ho bound
up the feot and acted the office of surgeon for himself. It will bo several
weeks before he will be ablo to return
to work again.
Y.M.C. A. Reception.
Thirty-fivo ladiea and gentlemen
were present at tho reception in the
Y. M. C. A. rooms last night. A short
programmo was rendered, consisting uf
a paper 011 "voice culture" by Dr,
Kent; a solo by Mr. II. M. Cunningham, select rending by Mr. G. H.
Grant, a bear storey with a moral by
Mr. G. W. Rasure, select reading by
Dr. Brown and ice cream, in which nil
joined heartily. Tho condition of lhe
work in Seattle since the lire was reported by the general secretary. Mr.
Rasure iu u few closing remarks expressed his appreciation of tho Young
Men's Christian Association, and his
gratitude to that institution for tho
benefits he had derived from it. As a
tokon of his intorest he donated a sum
of money 10 tho work, leaving it with
the general secretary to decide whether
it should be used here or sent to tho
Seattlo association. It was decided in
favor of Seattle. The noxt monthly
reception will bo held on  July   17th.
Humm-itU Cherries.
Prodigies iu fruit como to hand
every day. Tlio latest 13 a branch of
cherries, tho liko of which either for
size or fl-ivor are unequalled in this
or any othor oountry, They measure
from an luoh to an inch and a quarter
iu diameter, und from three inches to
three and threo quarter inches in circumference. Theie cherries come
from Mr. Joseph Wiutermute's garden, whero tho fruit came from
which astonished Mr. Van Homo
so much. They aro of nn unknown variety, the young tree
having been purchased with a lot of
others uf which no record was kept.
Thu flavor 1 f these cherries is very
lino, and pronounced hy nil who have
tested them to be superior to English
oxho'irtf*. Tiio pit is smaller than that
of the average cherry and the flotdi is
a very pale pink. It is a pity a few
brunches could not bti preserved in somo
way nnd sent east for exhibition. They
would open Iho fruit growers' eyes of
the famed Niagara district.
St. Anus -Tii-ivu-l Biizmir,
Tho coming bazaar in aid of St.
Anns Convent promises to be quito a
success, as all tho ladies of the R. C.
congregation nro using evory effort lu
mako it such. Tho entire management of the bazaar has been placed in
the hands of Mrs. W. H. Keary, wh jbo
ability, good taste and experience in
such mailers will bo a great assistance
lo tho occasion. The fancy work,
doll nud (lower stands will bo ably
cared for by tho married ladies, assisted always by lho misses, who will
be dressed in thoir best, and will look
moro than usually attractive. Tho
management of the ice cream and
candy department will be lett in tho
hands of tho young ladies, who, it is
said, havo each taken n solemn vow to
mnke the establishment so hot for the
malo visitors that four bits worth of
ico cream will be the only antidote to
suit their case. Mrs, Wise, Mra. J.
Keary, Mrs. Cuinmings aud Mrs. Kick-
hoff will manage the refreshment tables
inn manner that will givo general
satisfaction.
Church of I'nalnml Bynoil.
The businoss of tho synod was finished to-day nt 1:30 o'clock. Many matters of importance to tho working of
tho church 111 this diocoao wero doliber
ated on and finally disposed of, One
ot tho principal mat tors of discussion
was tlio following resolution, introduced by Rev. II. G. Clinton : "That
tho bishop bo requested by this aynod
to continuo to reside nt St. Mnry'B
Mount, Sapperton, and thnt he mnko
nrrangemonts for filling up tlie vacancy
at Holy Trinity, Now Westminstor,
otherwise than by appointing himself
roctnr." It was hold thnt this row»lu*
tion wns out of order, hut the rules of
order woro suspended nnd Mr. Clinton
allowed to stnto his objections. Ho
thought it would bo a mistnko for tlio
bishop to tin himself down to tho
rectorahip of Holy Trinity ns tho rest
ofihodiocoso would certainly suffer.
Hn nlso contended thnt it was senrccly
fair lo tho clergymen of tho dlocose,
who looked for promotion when
vacancies oceuirud. Hia lordship
explained that ho took tho rectorship for tho good of Holy Trinity. Hn
would always have ono or two clergymen as nssistaiilB, aud tho fnct
oF assuming the rectorship would
not militato against tho interest-
ot tho diocoso in anyway
us ho would dovoto ns much timo to
outside work in the futuro as ho had
in tho past.   The synod recoived tho
explanation favorably nnd 011 motion
lho next business on the roll was
proceeded with. Tho executive committee chr.scn for the ensuing year is
composed of the following gentlemen:
Veuorable Archdeacon Woods, Rev.
Messrs, Croucher, Clinton and Irwin
and Messrs. Wolfenden, Jenns and
Bentley.
Em- lho Ladles Only.
That magnificent locality commonly
known as the Scott road, is a mine of
wealth to the unmarried ladies of this
cily and district which T111* Colombian
takes pleasure in revealing. Few
people had auy idea until lately that
tho Scott road wis any better than
other roads, or that it contained mure
bachelors to tho quarter section than
tho common highways of tho country.
Liko all other "big finds" the hidden
treasure was revealed by accident or
by chance, which over way the ladies
wish to read it. Six weeks ago a
Manitoba farmer moved to this province wii h his family, nud purchased a
a line farm on tho Scott road, whore
ho aud Ins dear ones aro now living
comfortably, happy nud satisfied.
Mark tho datu ladies, only six weeks
ago, and listen to what foiluws. This
farmer is blessed with live daughters,
nil handsome, rusy cheeked and smiling girls, just thu sort in fact, that
nine tenths of the bachelors
of tho provinco aro pining for
Tho peuplo of tho Scott road are
pro vor bin liy hospitable, friendly and
neighborly, and it was not long before
thu strapping nud handsome young
farmers living closo at hand began to
pay calls of welcome to their new
neighbors. These friendly attentions
were met iu a atrnightforward, manly
way by tho now comer, and tho visitor waa usually asked to '-slap and lake
a cup of ten." When the young ladies
appeared on tho scene and seconded
tho invitation, it is needlecs to sny
the poor bewildered batchelor never
failed to accopt. Theso calls ir.creased
rapidly nnd thoro are now abovo
twenty eligible young men who are
frequent visitors at tho house. Tho
attraction,'of course, is not tho farmer, worthy man though ho is, but
tho youug ladies, and never wero
pretty damsels so much sought after
as they arc. Eaeh ono of tho live
have received at least two offers of
''heart and hand," but they are sensible girls and will uot rush inlu matrimony until longer acquaintance has
proved who among the bachelors aro
iho most likely. As nu indication,
Imwovor, of what is about to follow,
n largo numbor of pretty houses are
already replacing the cabins in which
thu young farmers woro formerly content to dwell, but whieh now aro altogether unsuitable to their tastes. And
Tim: Colditbian predicts that beforo
Lhe golden grain is garnered in, the
wedding bells will ring for at least
li ve Scott rond bachelors, A largo
number- however, will still bo left,
and tho moral uf this tale is thnt "if the
mountain will not como to Mahomet,
Mahomet must go to the mountain,
which translated from the Arabic
menus tli.it if the bachelors will not
como to WestminBter to look ior wives
lho young ladies can pay a visit to
friends living on the Scott road locality, and tuoro meet and Biinro the
young men who are only too anxious
to bo caught.
PERSONAL.
Mrs. W. M. Cochrane left for Kam-
loopa yesterday, by way of Vancouver,
whero she remains a dny or two.
Mr. A. E. Rand, of Rand Bros.,
who left for a short trip to the cast a
month ago, has surprised his friends by
making n trip across the Atlantic. Ho
is uow in Loudon and will visit tho
Paris exhibition beforo returning home.
Taken Back to HonlUc.
Tho Soattle Press: "United States
Marshall Hamilton returned from Victoria with the nineteen Ohinamen
whom he undertook to lnnd there under writs of deportation. Tho authori
ties refused to permit tho landing without tho &50 head money. As the
money did not accompany the writs,
tho marshal was obliged to bring thom
"back and put them in jail, Ho will
mako u report lu tho oourt, nnd iho ro-
sult will be tho discharge of tho prisoners. This act will bo in effect lo
nullify tho exclusion law."
Lu 11 fi-thorcmcti'-- f'rlcvaucrs.
Tho longshoremen of Nanaimo nro
considerably perturbed by tho action
of the captain of tlio steamer Walla
Walla who brought over uu less than
38 men to trim coal in his vessel and
did not give tho Nanaimo men a chance
to earn a dollar. Somo of them sny
thoy wero told to go to tho boat to
work and got up for that purpose at
3 a. m,, only to find a crowd of union
men from Vancouver filling thoir
places at 10 cents an hour leBS than
lhoy usually received. They say it
Bcems a trillo hard that men should bo
chipped from another town to tako tho
bread out of thoir mouths. All that
wo can suggest is that the Nanaimo
men form a union.—(WWer.
The ciuiiit-iii it-mil.
Supt. King, of B. B. R, &N. Co.,
was at Westminster last weok, and reports ten miles graded ready for bridge
work. A liko good showing at thia
end would nid Senator Oanfield to put
tho road on ita feet. His failures to
ellect thu loan proposed has not discouraged him, but he proposos to build
the road iu spite of all discournge-
muitts. As (lie futuro greatness of
Whatcom, and (he ontiro bny is involved, ho should meet with tho hearty
co-opornlion of all mon of property in
the city. It is easy for tho Reveille
or anybody, to bo generous with tho
monoy of other people; but whero
every dollar invested will bring in
ten if tho road is built, property owners can aff-rd to tako a material interest in tho matter.— Reveille.
Donald Truths.
Ou Monday Joseph LaChance, a
native of Quebec, had both of his legs
cut off in attempting lo jump on No. 1
coming down tho big hill east of Field.
He was taken to Field, whero he died
beforo a doctor arrived. Wednesday
ho was buried at Donald by his fellow-
workmen from Bennett & Good's tie
camp.
On Porcupine creek tho Elsie company's last cleanup panned out an even
S208, which was the work of ono man
for 20 dnys. Tho Discovery company
have made two cleanups, both satisfactory. The Donald company, in
ground sluicing for n shaft, cleaned up
enough to prove tlmt the surface
ground in tho deep diggings will pay if
properly worked by low-priced labor.
The creek is over 12 miles long.
Dr. L-iBnn, A. Kelly and J. E.
Walsh have just como in from a prospecting trip to tho now gold strike on
tho head of Rover creek. There undoubtedly is a rich gold mineral bolt
running through that section, but owing to the heavy down timber, ond
also on account'*, f tho depth nf*tho surface soil, the ledges aro hnrd to dla*
cover. Two claims havo been located,
ono by J. Wallace and one by J. E.
Walsh and T. II. Griffin,
Littlo of intereat is reported forthe
week, The McCabo party is out in
McMurdo district engaged in waiting;
5 men aro on Toby crook; John Mc-
Rno and party nro at Windermere
mountain; 3 men oro running a tunnel
on tho Ebenezor noar Golden; Cochrane & Brady hnvo aold nil their interests on Fiudlny creek to an English
company, it is reported; tho Perry
Creek Gold Mining Company want 5
miles more of that creek; a half dozen
men nro at work on claims round
about Illecillewaet; nnd twenty-live
men nro working liko slaves out on
Porcupine creek. The last named
camp is really tho only ono near tho
lino of tho 0. P. R. in which mon aro
drawing pay, It iB placer, and tho
yield for 1880 is expected' to be up in
7 figures.
SYRUP OF FIGS,
Produced from tho laxative aud nutritious juice of California figs, combined
with tho medicinal virtues of plants
known to bo most beneficial to tho
human system, nets gently on the kidneys, liver nnd bowels, effectually clenns-
ing tho system, dispelling colds nnd
headaches, nud eurlag habitual constipation.
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment instantly relieves nnd permanently cures Piles, Pruritus and all ho*- and itching sores nnd
eruptions. N. W. agents, D. S. Curtis
k Co. dmy2Syl
Whsn Baby wu sick, we (;»vo ber Cutoria,
Wlion oho -ffaa a Child, she cried for Castoria,
Wbon Bho became Miss, sho clnn*j to Castoria,
Wbon elm bad Children, she cava tbem Castoria
WANTED.
A SITUATION HY A YOUNG WOMAN
to iln genoral housework,  Apply to
"M," Colonial Hotol. -1JC20I3
Notice to Builders
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BV
tbe undersigned up to.inly 1st for lhe
erection of a TWO-STIIUKY KI-.sihKX'-K
to he built on Lulu Island, for Mr. W.
Oaracalloii.
Lowest or any lender not nect-'-sarilv
nccepted.
Plans and Bpoclflr-atlonBoan bosoon at
IbeoHleeof        CLOW A MACLUUE,
djcsoui Architects,
SPECIAL MEETING
HYACKFIBECO.NO. I.
A Ll MBMBEI1S OP HYACK FIRK
M  co. No. 1 are reqnostQd to moot In
tlio Ilyiicl: Hnll to-nlgnt (THURSDAY),
W. H, EDMONDS,
Kncrctnr,v, pro. tern.
NOTIOE.
Aft THERE HAS BEEN A Slisri-r-
(k'l-st.uiillm: ri'i-ai-iliii'i the premium
otlcrcil by me as speelnl prize at the coin-
int; ]iro\iiiclal exbllillion, I repent my
oiler: "Twenty dollars to nny advwtl&ed
breeder exhibiting more pens of QHiultry
raised by the owner tban I can,"
J. ft. UOX.
New Wesl., Juno 20, 1889. <lje20t.1
TENDERS
TENDEIIS FOR THE CLEAHIMO OF
a portion of Oueen's Turk, iulurossei.1
totho undersigned ond markod "Tentlors
for 1'ark clc.-irliij;," will In; n-ccivcil nl the
City Ehglneor'a offlce, City Hall, up lo 4
~, m. Weilnes(lny.''6lh Intit.
1'lnns anil Hpeeilicnlions may ho *secu at
The Late .hi'l-jr f'l-tiy.
Another of tho fathers of confedera*
tion--Judgo Gray, of British Columbia
—haa passed over to tho majority.
Tho judgo waa a Now Brunswickor,
nud wns eminent in his day, though
not very well known in Ontario. His
11:01111 will be recognized hero chiefly
in connection wi'h ouo of tho political
cries of nearly two decades ngo.
Though a member of parliament ho
wns employed by Sir John Macdonald
nt that timo in tlio work uf codifying
tho statutes. Ho thus drew an official
salary whilo occupying a representative
position. It wns claimed thnt n man
could not be nt tho samo timo an officer of the government nnd an independent critic of tho government, in
parliament, Tho discussion of tho
matter led ultimately to tho passage of
a stricter independence of parliament
act,— Mail,
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
the oilice of i lie city Engineer,
The lowest or any tenner not necessarily
accented.
(Signed),    THOS. CUNNINGHAM,
Chairman Park Com,
Cily Hnll,
Now West., Juno 20,188f"-. djofiOtd
Artillery and Rifles!
VfO. 1 BATTERY, 11. O. U. A„ nml tbo
Pi New Weslmlnsier KHIck will itnrndu
fii nlaln olotlies to-morrow 1THTJH8DA.V)
evening, at 7.80o'clock, at the Drill Shed)
to decide on alti-ndliii* tlie Vancouver
colouration, O. M. MoNAUQHTEN,
djoltlia Capt, Com'd'g,
g-^UP^S
T«»  -jBLtiBzrmr
A FIVE-ROOMED HOUSE,  GlOOdSitu-
ntlon.   Ensy terms.   Apply to "M,"
care of Cm-UMiiiAN. UJelSwJ
FOR   SALE.
A  FIRST-CLASS .1.   A J.  TAYLOR'S
Hri-iiroi-f safe.   To be Keen nl tho
oilice of MATHERS & SIILLIGAN.   lltU
To CoiitractuiSii Carpenters
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
thoundorslgnCi-inp to noon of SATURDAY, 8IHI1 hint., for Ihe dividing of
Herring's Opera Houso Into tenements,
and other work, Plans nnd BUfiOlAoolions
onn be seen nt my oflice, Mary Htreet.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
nccepted.
G. W. GRANT.
Now Westminster, Juno 7,1880.     dJeTW
•tTOTIOE.
NOTICE lft HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tho undersigned Intend to apply nt
the next sitting of tlio Licensing Hoard
for tbo city of Now Westminster for an
hotel license to sell Intoxicating liquors
In-retail on tbo prom Idea known jim tlio
"Central" hotel, on Columbia street, In
lhe said city. STEWART A CARII.
New Worn ml lister, June 111, 188ft   tl.lulUl2
Farm Implements for Salo,
I IOR SALE CHEAr-A NUMBER OF
■ Farm Implements, consisting of
Ploughs. Harrows, Randall Hai row,
Mower, Ox-Yokes and Chnlns.
Also  8 Horses, one span good Work
Horses.   Apnllcallon Io he niiuleto
1 L.THORNBER,
Douglas Street,
Now West., Juno 10,1880. dwjel lw2
TO ARCHITECTS.
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS WILL
bo rooelvort by the undersigned for
the buildings to lie erected for tho provlnolal exhibition on Queen's park. Size
and clans of buildings required anil nil
other -particulars enn be obtained on
application to
THOS, CUNNINGHAM,
Chairman Park Committee.
Westminster, June 17,1980.        dJclTto
Licensing Board.
A MEETING OF THE LICENSING
Board for thn Cily of New Westminster Will bo hold at lho City Hall at 10
o'clock a. m. on
Thursday, June 87,1889,
forthe purpose of hearing nnd considering applications for liquor licenses, or
■whieh nil persons interested will take
notice. D. ROBSON,
Clerk of Bonrd.
City Clerk's Onice,
Juno 10,188ft dJolOtti
W.J.WALKER&CO.
HANK UUIl-DINOD,
Mary Street, NewWestminster, B.C.
ITE-.KPH01-E So. Hit.]
li CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, EKCLAKD,
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
!,(-ml on antl Lancashire Fire ami
Ili'ttlaH   r.mplre Life Insurance
Cromx'tiiiloi1.
Sew Westminster Uull-llii£ Society.
Account n ut'a Office, Dloceic of N.W.
City Auditors, 1880, 1KK7 anil 1888.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN THE BUYING
AND SKLLINa OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE  CITY  AND DISTRICT,
and other monetary transaction**.
Havo several good investments on their
books, and ull uow comers will do woll to
cnll before doing business elsewhere,
dwMely
City Voters' List.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
IN the Voters' List for the Cily of New
"Wostminstor for the year issrt has i.c.-n
completed und is posted up in the City
Clerk's otllce, where it will remain for 80
days from the ilrsi publication of this
notice, for examination by all persons
concerned. Any person who shall claim
to bo added to the said Voters' List, or
any oloclor who slinll desire to have nny
name crnsc-d therefrom, must prefer bis
or hor request in writing, signed with his
or her name, stating llio ward in which
lie or she belong.", und must deliver said
request, or cause the same 10 lio delivered,
lo tho Citv Clerk within ill) days from the
lirst publication hereof, which flrat pub I-
fintkm wns made in tho Humsit Comjm-
hian newspaper on tho Oth duy of June,
1880. D. ROBSON,
City Clerk.
Datedtfltli June, 1SS0. dji-lJH-luw
HOSIERY.
The finest assortment of
Ladies', Children's and Infants' English and German Hosiery direct from
the manufacturers.
Largest assortment of Ladies' Jerseys, English and Ger-
man make, ever shown in
town.
JUSo JulI-B-FCl
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
dwool3to
tSm       na   %astS? JCr^mJC\\\\\\\\m^tJLx_\\\9Ma JGmI iajj
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL,
RECEIVED   THIS  WEEK,
M
SHETLAND SHAWLS.
] Just the Thing for Cool Summer Evenings
— ai.so—
ladies', misses' & children's
Silk Merino, Natural Wool, Fancy Woolen,
Balbriggan and Cotton.
Ogle, SampbeES & Freeman
NEW WESTMINSTER.
MASON 1C BLOCK,
A Pleasing Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows tho uso of Syrup of Figs, a-i lb
acts gently on the
Kidnuys, LrvEU <$ Bowels
Effectually Cleansing tha System when
Costive or Bilious- Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
nnd pormanonlly curing
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION"
without) weakening or irritating tlio organs on whioh ib aots,
Vov Snlo lu 7Do bottle:* hy all Loading
llrusglnt*-.
MANurAcruitiiu tj.M, .■ mr ran
OAUrOEHIATOSYBUPOO
. Sah l.,_;__o, Cu.,
"oimut. Kv„ Hsw Voiis. & W.
SUMMER GOATS,
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
Ogle, CampM Go's,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of KpCCtacleS A Eye-SlnSSCS In steel, rubber, silver arc s,.id
frames.   Tho fiuost l'obulcs mado, %_ per pah", all sights suited.
Special attention givon to PINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learnt.. Hie
business thoroughly from somo of tho finest Horologors iu England, ami since then
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a fow of tho best firms on tno continent of America, is a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship, formerly lliniis-
Bor for nearly 8 years of tho well-known firm of Savago & Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate,   „    _, ■       ,
Mohtbeal, Deo., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Audw. Robertson, Esq., Cluimnan ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I nover found n Watchmaker who did so
well for me as you did wbon in Montreal, and I am aorry you ore not horo to-day.
,lwapl2to
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, H. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
Columbia Street.
SINCLAIR'S,	
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
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NEXT DOOR BANK OF MONTREAL,
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
W.i G.
DIRECT IMPORTERS .& DEALERS IN
XX X Gr XX - a L JL S S
DRY GOODS
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GROCER IES
Cor. Columbia * Mary Sts.
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Choice Family Groceries I
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER Jl SPECIALTY.
Xja"bxa*a.ox herring's,
IvdT-aclcerel, Salt Ood,
^.rraox-tr's XTxic. Kame,
lA-xrao-ar'-i" TJ'nc. Bacon.
"Flo-iar. Bran. Sliort©,
ITHIOHEST' PRICKS PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE,     -
noidwiy Seoullar-Armstrong Blook, Co'umbla St.
BON  MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER & SHADWELL.
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