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Array Government Printing oil'-
British
VOLUME 5
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., MONDAY EVENING, MAY 13, 1889.
NUMBER IIS
I PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS,
T. 0. ATKINSON,
DAltHISTER, BOLICITOIt, An. Olltas-
B Masonlo Bulldine;, Now Westminster,
Kc. -.win
AltMBTRONO A. ECKSTEIN,
BAttBISTEKS,  SOLICITOUS,   ETC. -
Masonlo Bulldine,  New Westminster, B. 0. ilwmy'lo
W.SOUHU UOLK. 4. c,
BAKEIS-rEIt-AT-LAlV.LANDAaENr.
Monoy to Loan. Offleo-Olnrkeoni St.,
New Westminster, B. C. "to
i oiinoi ill, mctoii. a ji:*,'*,'*),
BAHRISTERS, SOLICITOUS, olo. Offl-
ces-Miisonlo Buildings, Now West-
minster, ami Vancouvor, H. 0,        uwto
A.C. BllVDO*II3-.IAIIKi M.A.,
NOTARY PUBLIC, OONVEYANCEK.
4c. Barrister nl the New Brunsw ck
Supremo Court. Olllco In tlio Hnmloy
Bulldine, Columbln St., opposite the Oolonial Hotel.   '1"P»'"
JOSEPH K. OAVNUK, U.A.,LL.B.
GOLD MEDALIST ol llie Unlvorsll) ol
Dublin. IIAllllISTEI'-AT LAW ol
llio High Court of Justine, Ircliintl. Oillces,
Corner MoKeiulo A Olurkson Hts., New
Wostmlnster. ,lwic21to
C. II. OATBWOOD, 11.U.S..
SURGEON DENTIST—A Grmlualc ol
tlioBiilllinnro Dental Goitcgo, Is prepared to lio all kinds of Dental work, oflice over McLennan & AtoVoely's hardware storo, 1.1 Cordova St., Vancouver,
B. o.  .inuiam
a. w. UIIANT,
LROHITEOT.   Olllce-Cnrner Mary and
Clarkson Sis., Westminster,   dwto
CLOW A, MACLUlilS,
ARCHITECTS.    Ofllco-Room E. ovor
Bank of II. C,Columbia stroct.West-
inlUHter.  "to
WILLIAM II. KING,
AROHITECT.SANITARYENOINEER,
Ac. Removed to Armstrong's Block,
Columbln Street,  Westminster-Room
No. 2.  °'°
A. I'. COTTON,
DOMINION ANO PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR. Olltee: HoomD.Bank
o( II. c. luilldlng, Wi'slniliistcr,_B. C.	
v.. !'iti'i;m>iik;ii,
HEAL ESTATE BROKER and County
Court AeoiiI. Commissioner, Notary
Publio, Ac. Ronts collected. Ollltse—McKenzie Street, New Westminster, 11.0.
T. J. TIIAPP,
AUCTIONEER    AND     APPRAISER.
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
All commissions   will   receive   prompt
J and careful attention.   Best references
i given whou required. inhl2-to
TUKNl'.H, BEF.TOV tt CO.,
MERCHANTS.   Wharf  St., Vlcloiln.
Aoonts tor North British nnd Mor-
I cantllo'Insurance t'n. for Mainland.  II.
I 0. Breton A Co., o'i pliisbury Circus, Lon-
don,E.O. '"o
a
1BS0N
Real  Estate IBroUers nnd
Financial Agents*
i AQENTH FOtt
Cmifettcratlcm Life Assuclntlou of
Toronto.
itoynl und Lancashire Fire Insurance C oin |i nu ten.
,    rja-Valnnblo Lots for salo In Iho City
J and DlNtrlet of WeHtmlnaturj and choice
I Lois In the City of Vancouver.
I    Persons wishing to boy or sell city or
f rural property -should communicate with
Oillces: Bank of 11.C. bnlldlng, opposite
lostofllco, Westminster,and Hnntln-'sHt.,
,'nncoviver. ihvnpt'ilc
B'
RAND BROS.
EM. ESTATE IJKOKEHS,
Conveyancer*-, Colloctora,
Anil Insurance Agenti,
lOffloesat
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
SMConnte and Clnrkson Sts.
VAN 'UIIVEU, Cordova Btreet.
LONDON ,EnBlnnd.
'WILDING LOTS for sale In nil sections
f Vancouver mul Now Wont minster City.
FAHM LANDS of superior onullty for
•mlo nt  OhllUwhnok,  l'ort  Hammond,
Lnngley, Matsqui, Minnas, Mud Bi.y.Lud-
per's Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
'and Pitt Rlvor.
Slaps and Plans exhibited nnd Iho full-
ist Information furnished atnllonroQlces,
W. BOYILL,
iReal Estate Agent
I'    AND CONVEYANCER.
-Oilice, Mncken*
Abbott   Btreet,
NEW -WESTMINSTER;
zte Street.
VANCOUVER: -OtTlce,
noar Cordova Street.
Full List of City and Suburban Property.
Particular attention paid  lo Farming
.nnds.
Accurate Information to correspondents, dwmyflyl
ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
Civil Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
-INAHCIAL, SHIPPING & COMMISSION AGENTS
Vive, Ute A Marine IiiKiirnuce.
[fcCoLUMWAHT., - On*. ColonrAi,noTP.r,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
G" * IVE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
tention to all professional ordors and
li tender their services to residents and tion*
presidents having City or Country l'ropoi ly
Ijtn dispose of or desiring profitable Invest-
Ourlisls of oHBtbto properties uvocoin-
[i prebensivo and constantly receiving ndill-
HMous, and our favorable eastern coiuici--
| tlons both In Cnnnda nnd tin1 Atluutlc
r States givo us unusual facilities for business.
Speoial attention will bo pnld to iho
9 purchase nnd Inspection of Lumber for
L* shipment lo foreign ports. Tonungo cliar-
Y loreil und (■■■uoral shipping businoss trans-
i acted, dwapiyl
MUSSBS.
Jacpherson & Thomson
Of Ontario antl Maniuotte, Michigan,
hnvo opened u
IN THE HOLBROOK BLOCK,
i Columbia Street, 2 doors Enst
of Telegraph Office.
They havo a completo assortment of
- everything usually found ln a llrst-clnss
|' Drug Storo, comprising pure und fresh
,'DRUQS, OHEM10ALS,
PATENT MEDICINES,
TOILET ARTI0LE8,
I ENGLISH, FRENOH AND
AMERICAN PERFUMES,
Physicians" prescriptions carefully com-
( pounded day and night. fc27dlm
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of the best makes; Cross-cut & Hand-Saws,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary Utcllglls *°r Farming*
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Blocks, Rope & Chain in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar & Oakum* Tarred and Plain Paper for Building) Paints A Oils
in all colors; Liquid Paints m all shades; Floor Paints ready tonse; Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper in nil designs; Brooms A Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating Oils) Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements, ,.
S3T Special attention givon to ordors by mail.
WANTED--TO RENT.
AN IMPROVED FARM.   For full pnr-
tlenlnrs, apply In  -*""   '* " *■
I 47, Now Westminster,
Menhirs, apply In writing to P, O, Box
      ■ dwmyTml
CIVIC NOTICE.
PERSONS INTENDINO   TO   ERECT
Building or Foiici-h within the City
I   limits will liofurnl-licd with pi-opm-street
I'   lines nn application to tlio Council, or to
tho Hoard of Works,  Applicntlona must
bo In writing,
J. 0. JAdUEH,
Chairman Board of Works.
New West,, May 8,1889, dmygml
I'
T.
dwjly3tc
T. TrR.A.rF**? SO CO.,
Colum in a Strkkt, NewWestminster.
GRANT & MACLURE.
BootsJt Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
 at  s
•X.    S.   MAKTSOKT's
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Coluinbia Street, ■ New Westminster.
GLOBE   HOUSE
R
MRS. WM. RAE
ESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THE ARRIVAL, from
England, of
W mi MMT       OB-
Including the Latest Styles in LADIES' TRIMMED and UN-
TRIMMED HATS and BONNETS and MILLINERY
GOODS of every description. Also—a fresh stock of BOYS'
and MEN'S FELT and STRAW HATS, SCARFS, SHIRTS,
BRACES, &c, whicli are specially worthy of attention ; all being
offered at lowest possible prices.
dsc2r>to Columbia St., Next Colonial Hotel.
RAND BRO:
ReaB Estate,
___________________________
nsurance and Financial
A.C3rE53XrTej„
OFFIOS8 s
NEW WESTMINSTER, WAS
CLARKSON
ZIE STS.
VANCOUVER,
CORNER, CORDOVA AND
ABBOTT STREETS.
—AND-
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON,   ENG. .07 .CANNON ST,
Farming Lands tTown Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property. Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Blook 28; oornor lot on Agnes St.
fino rosidoncc sito-S1300.00.
Lot facing ou Columbia ahd Front Sts,,
In central portion of tho oity; soveral
buildings bring goodrent-5'*5,00O.0O.
Lot 4, Block 7, near Lytton Squaro,
6(1x132 feet, fronting ou Columbia and
Front Sts.-$0,O0O.IX>.
Comor Lot on Columbia St., 33x00 feot-
$4,000.00.
Also—Lot snd Building with stock of
Ooods. ono of tho best business stands
in the oity.
Improved Residential Property
Lot 15, Blook 13; two bouses rented at
paying figures—51,500.00.
Houso and Lot on Loruo St., near Col-
umbiu—$1250.00.
Lots 4, 5 & 0, Blook 10; good house,
garden, ko.; ohoioe residence property
-$5,250.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St.; fenced and
oloarod -$1500.00.
Houso and Lot on Columbia St.; ono of
the finest residences iu tho oity—$7,-
000.00,
Honso and Lot on Royal Avenuo, near
Douglas St.—$2,000.00.
House and 3 Lots, cornor Royal Avonue
nnd St. Patrick's St.; no bettor residence sito in the city—310,000.00.
1 aero, wltb 7 houses, near the Park—
$0,000,00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avenuo—$500.00 oach.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas hnd Hall-
fax Sts., near Clinton St.; fino views
and woll 8ituatcd-$350.00, $375.00,
$500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clintor • ■
$300.00.
Lot 0, Sub-Block 10; fine rosidoncc lots-
$250.00.
Lots on Pelham St., nonr Mary—$000.00
eaoh.
Lot on Pclham St., nenr St. Andrew's;
fine site   550O.0O.
Lot on St. John's St., nenr Melbourne—
$350.00.
Lot in St, Andrew's S<|iin-o~$300.00.
Lots In Blook fronting on Nortii Arn
road; finest chance In tbo market fo:
residenco or spcoulatlon-$125.00 tt
$175.00.
Lots In Subdivision of Lot 11, stib-Ulocl
12-$00.00 to $125.00.
Lot< iu Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Block
13—9100.00 -sob. "".-;
Lots in Westminster Addition at $15.00
to 150.00.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Thin powder nover varies.   A marvel of
purlty, strength nud wholcsomenQSii. Moro
economical than tho ordlnury kind--, ond
cannot be sold In coin pe* I tlon wlththo
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders, Sold only In run--.
Royal Baking Powder Co., ids Wall St.,
New York. Mely
FOB  SALE.
t YOUNG HOUSE; OOOD * SOUND;
A will work single or double. Apply
to SHERIFF ABJI9TBONQ.    dmyjml
TO BENT.
1.HE STORE FORMERLY OOOUPIED
.   hy Foulds A Co,, lu thu Masonlo nnd
Od l Fellows'Block, New Westminster.—
Apply to                        WM. McCOLL.
 dnp2tft	
FOR SALE.
TENDERS WILI-BE RECEIVED UPTO
lhe -ltli of June next for the purchase
Lots Ult & 104, Group One,
NewWestminster District,subject to throe
overdue mortgages thereon, ninoiiuting
in nil, with Interest, to$2,775.00.
Tiio hkhestorany tender not ncw-snr-
I ly accepted.   By order,
W. H. FALDING,
dmySml District Registrar S.C.
LOS T
N SUNDAY LAST, near Sapporton.n
„' Setter Pup, nearly all white. 92 reward will be pnld to any person returning
him to this office, dmyiot.i
O
Plants for Sale!
AT TUB
Grreenliouses, Douglas Strest
In Great Variety, Including,
GERANIUMS, Doublo and Single; FIT-
CHIAS. all new varieties! KOSE3,
Double PETUNIAS, MOON-FLOWERS;
a tine collection ot DAHLIAS (named
varieties). ANNUALS, 25 cts. per doz.
Mixed BEDDING PLANTS, SI 50 per doz.
I odor 10 Plants ter SI, Including 1 Storm
King Kuehlii. Bouquets, Wreaths and
Crosses mndi- In order. Fruit, Vegetables
and Flowers in Slurp, noxt Oily Hotel, Columbia St. Ordors by mull promptly nl*
tended to      LdwapSylJ      l>. MTDItfl.
-THB-
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWART I CASH, PROPRIETORS
j.j.wilson, - mum.
Kntcs, $1,410 and $1.50 per Day,
AcconniNO to room.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK Oil MOUTH.
"KB-1'Arllo" supplied with nil kinds ol
ICE-CREAM. dmyjml
T.A.
Chemists & Druggists,
Queen's Hotel Buck    -    NewWestminster
A CHOICE LINE OP
Brushes,     Perfumes,
Combs,      Sachet Powil'rs
Sponges,     Soaps,
TOILET   ARTICLES.
Proscriptions and Family Recipes carefully ili3pci.3c*l from puro Drugs.
Nlghl ('ill at (end n nee. dnpltc
L
SO   CO.
tea!  Estate,
INSURANCE
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell antl Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
Ami transact all Business relating to
Real Estate.
—AGENTS FOR	
London Assurance Corporation.
Connecticut Flro Insnrance Co. of
Hartford.
london nnd Lancashire Lifo Assurance- Co-
Canton Insurance Oflice, Ld. (Marine)
.pFFICESi
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwiel-iyl
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
At tlio International Exhibition of
Botany, to be held in Antwerp in
1890, will be celebrated the three-
hundredth anniversary of the
microscope.
The Geographical Society, of
Bremen, hus commissioned Dr.
Kuckcnthal, of Jena, to undertake
another journey to the Arctic regions
inordcrto mnke zoological researches.
Tlio meaning of "Oklahoma", in
Indian tougue is "Beautiful Lund."
In tho English language it signifies
"A Stampede of Idiots." You pays
your money and takes your choice.
The fact of a cob pipe factory in
Missouri paying 864 to a farmer for
a wagon-load of desirable corn-cobs
louds the Memphis Avalanche to
remark that "the time may yot come
whon the people will raise wheat for
Jhe chair."	
"Tommy," said his mother, "do
you think you'll got a prize ut the
echool for being good?" "No, 'm,"
said Tommy. "Why not, sir""
asked Ins father, sternly, laying
down his paper. "Because they
don't give any," answered Tommy,
meekly,
Ten years ago the superintendent
of an Iowa railroad booted a tramp
out of his office for having the cheek
to ask for a pass. To-day that tramp
is the superintendent of that same
road, while the man who lifted him
on his boot keeps a restaurant and
sends him over lunches.
Littlo Tom suffered with the toothache and had worn himself out crying. His grandpa told him to be a
man and not cry uny more. The
Uttle fellow looked tearfully towards
his aunt for sympathy and said :
"Grandpa finks this is a slow, soft
Loosache, but its a tonfounded Buf'lo
lightning nexpress toosache." Poor
Tom got, lots of pity after his remarkable definition  of  toothache,
Hon. T. B. Humphreys writes to
the Ottawa Free Press denying that
lie used the language in reference to
Canada and Canadians credited to
him by a Victoria correspondent
whose letter appeared in that paper
somo weeks ago. Mr. Humphreys
wns charged with having spoken
contemptuously of the people of
Ontario in the course of a speech
delivered by him in tho British
Columbia assembly.
At lite Centennial ball in New
York Mrs. Cleveland was singled
out in a marked manner by an
npplauding crowd, who paid her the
samo compliments that were bestowed upon tho presidental party. Mr.
Cleveland was not prominent during
the proceedings, and during tho
whole celebration has played a very
unostentatious part. But his handsome wife keeps his memory green
with the peoplo, and yet thero are
persons who pretend that woman in
politics is a failure.
A correspondent o^ the London
Notes and Queries says that "the expression 'sweetness und light' is
meaningless, unless wo know tho
context, In Swift's 'Battle of tho
Books' there is a disputo botween a
spider nnd a bee. Afterwards
/Esop takes up the causo of ancient
authors, whom ho likens to bees,
and says that 'instead of dirt and
poison (such as' aro collected by
modern authors or spiders) we have
rather chose (sic) to fill our hives
with honey and wax, thus furnishing mankind with the two noblest
of things, which uro sweetness and
light.'" I	
A late Peoria, III., despatch tells
this sad tale : Miss Jessio Boning
was in the office of William Scott, a
real estato agent, yesterday, and
picked up a revolver which was supposed to contain only empty shells.
The young lady turned the weapon
toward herself with tho remark:
"I wonder if I can kill mysolf."
Thero happened to be one loaded
shell in tho revolver and this exploded, tho bullot entering her head
and inflicting a mortal wound.
Miss Boning was eighteen years old,
and Mr. Scott was a few years her
senior. Thoy wero engaged, nnd
Scott is almost heart-broken over
tho affair.	
The centennial ball in New York
did not pass off with the success and
satisfactoriness that marked tho
other events of the great celebration. Tho supper tables were
insufficient for tho thousands who
attended, tho waiters wero too few
and tho rush for supper became a
most disgraceful scene, in which
uien, ostensibly gentlemen, seized
plates, provisions and bottles of
champagne aud oarried them out to
consume us best they oould, The
floor, says a New York paper, aftor
tlio police had cleared the supper
room, was litterod with broken
bottlos and dishes and wasted
eatables, and looked as if a tornado
had been careering over it. Evidently many improper poople had
obtained tickets on account of wealth
or supposed politioal influence, and
the inadequate provision made to
wait upon them brought about the
disgraceful unfolding of their real
natures. President Harrison and
his party witnessed the scene for a
few minutes, and, like many others,
retired apparently in disgust.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
nt tho Columbian offlce, Prices will be
found m low m at any other office la
tlio provlnoe,—Adv
FRENCH CANADIANS
In the United States will Hold a
Convention to Bring About
Closer Relations.
A   Springfield  Editor Shot  and
Killed in Mistake  for
a  Burglar.
Three Hundred Tons Opium Seized
on a Vessel About to Sail for
San Francisco.
FRBNOH   OANADIANS TO C'OSVKNK
WATBUHUity, Conn., Mny 13.—Geo.
Panuoton uud Br. II. Lufoutamo of
this oity, D. A, Albec of Moriden nnd
Louis Monroe of New Haven, the stalo
committeo of Fronch Canadians- hivo
decided to call a state couvontion on
August Uth aud 15th. The ubjoct ?f
the convention is to encourage tho formation of societies, schools and naturalization clubs.
SUICIDED.
Newburo, N. Y., May 13.- Charles
Stewart, 22 years old, an operator of
tho Western Union telegraph office, in
this city, suicided this morning by
shooting.   Cause unknown.
MISTAKEN FOR A OUEOLAR,
Sfrikofield, Mass., May L'l.—Jas.
Beebe Smith, local editor of the Republican, was shot and instantly killed
at 3 o'clock this morning by his brother-
in-law, Royal B. Sturtevunt, at the
homo of his father-in-law, W. F. Stur-
tevant, Ho was mistaken for a burglar. Tho shooting occurred through
Smith being mistaken for a burglar
who was in the houso at the time.
Stuitevaut discharged tho contents of
a shot gun fully at Smith, who died
without uttering a sound. Smith had
been connected with the Iieptiblkan
since 1883 and leaves a widow and an
infunt daughter. He was well known
here and very popular. No blaino is
attached to Sturtevunt.
CRUSHED BY A WALL,
New York, May 13.—At noon today while workmen woro pulling down
a two story brick building, cornor of
Spring and Worcester streets, tho wall
fell, burying in the ruins Patrick Gillan, aud James Joseph. The latter wns
taken out dend and Foreman Gillan
badly injured.
A TERRIBLE DEATH.
Houston, Tox., Mny 13.—W. G.
St. Clair made u baloon ascent here
yesterday with tho intention of descending in a parachute. When about
500 feet frum tho ground ho leaped
but lost his hold on the parachute.
His body was crushed into a shapeless
mass beforo the large crowd of spectators.
A OREAT SEIZURE.
San Francisco, May 13.—Hawaiian
advices state that threo hundred tons
of opium were seized on the brigantino
Consuelo, previous to her departure
from Honolulu for San Francisco last
Tuesday.
MINISTER RYAN DANQUETED.
TorEKA, Kansas, May 11.—Hon.
Thos, Ryan, minister to Mexico, wns
givon a brilliimt reception in the State
Capitol, here last ovening. Following
tho reception thero was an elegant
banquet at the Copeland hotel. Minister Ryan bade good-bye to his many
friends in a happy speech. He leaves
for his pi'Bt of duty Monday next.
TOE AND HEEL.
San Francisco, May 11.—At 1 p, m.
to-day the following was tho score of
tho lenders in the walking match:
Albert 200 miles; Howarth 101; Guerrero 177; Hart 170; Campana 145;
Vint 145; Klatt 151. Moore of Philadelphia retired from tho race this
morning,
THE V, S. CRUISER  CHARLESTON.
Santa Barbara, Cal., May 11.—
Tho Charleston left port at 7 o'clock
this morning fur a point below Ventura
from whero she will mako her four
hours run to Point Conception. If
the test proves satisfactory the cruiser
will proceed at once to San Francisco,
whore the result of her trips will first
bo made known.
Y, M, C. A. OF THE WORLD.
Philadelphia, May 8.—The twenty-
eighth international convention of tho
Y. M. C. A. was called to order this
morning by Gen. O. O. Howard of
New York in the presence of the most
prominent laymen of lhe evangelical
churches. Delegates of thu United
States, Canndn, Englnnd, Germany,
Sweden, Switzerland and othor countries were present, to the numbor of
1,000. The convention was opened by
singing, led by Ira 1) Sanl-uy, tho
ovangtliat. (Jen. Howard of New
York, vicn president of the lust convention, thon introduced Rubt-rt Byrno
of London, general secretury of tho
association llii-re. Byrno oonoralulnt-
ed tho members upon iho occasion, and
read a letter from President Williams
of tho London society, regretting his
inability to bo present. Robert Mc*
Ciiun, travelling secretary forlfoland,
was next introduced, and said ho horo
with him tlio warm greetings of 00,000
Irishmen, members of the association
thoro. Baron von Stark of Borlin
said ho was glad to boar tho greeting
of tho associations iu Berlin to them.
Carl Fries of Slock helm, Swedon, secretary of tho national association there,
spoko of tho work and road a letter of
congratulation upon this event from
his association. Tho committeo on
permanent organization made its report, which was unanimously confirmed. Tho officers selected wore: President, Humphrey B. Chamberlain,
Denver; among the vice-presidents is
C. B. Alcxandor, San Francisco; secretary, Georgo B. Townsend, Chicago.
The report of tho international committee was noxt submitted. Several
papers woro read. Statistics in tho in*
tornational committee's report show
that the total number of associations is
1,273, with an aggregate membership
of over 195,450. The total net property of tho associations reporting is
98,044,085, as against $0,052,250 nt
last report.
Wfcen Bftby wu slok, we gave her CMtorta,
When ih* wu * Child, ehe cried for Cutorlt,
When she beosme Miss, ehs clung to Cutorls,
Wtw she had Children, ahe e»to them Cu tori*
FROM VICTORIA,
Diabolical Murder. A Chinaman Hills
Ills Sweetheart Became she ttcfa-.es lo
Marry hlm.	
•Special to the Columbian.
Victoria, May 13.—A most shocking deliberate and coldblooded
murder occurred at a late hour
last night. The victim was a
young und pretty Chinese prostitute
living at No. 7, Fisgard stroot. Living in the sumo houso were supposed
to be her father and mother, although
moro probably they wore her owners.
The young woman was found by her
mother, leaning out of tho wicket in
the window, with her head almost
completely severed from her body.
Her blood lay in a deep scarlet pool
underneath tho window on tho sidewalk. The supposed murderer was
the lover of tho young woman. He
wanted her to marry him, but Bhe objected because his wages as a servant
. wero but §15 a month. He swore to
make hur sulfur fur hor rejection of
his suit. He went to the small wicket
in the window and attracted tho girl's
attention. She opened the wicket aud
put her head out to speak to him. Ho
struck her en the baok of tho neck a
terrifio blow with somo sharp weapon,
probably a hatchet, sword, or heavy
knife, and almost completely severed
the head from the body, Deatli must
havo been instantaneous. The murderer thon fled. One prominent Chinaman says the murderer is not likely to
escape. Ho thinks the old woman
knows the murderer and ho will bo
brought to justico
Following are additional details of
the murder: The murderer was tho
girl's lover, and named Ju Ah Hang.
He worked at tho American hotel. He
tried to induce tho girl, who was about
15 years of age, aud named-Fou Kum,
to marry him. She refused as ho was
not making enough wages. Ho then
tried to induco her to poison her
mother, which she also refused to do.
Hang accompanied by two other Chinese came to her house last night aud
when You Kum put her head out of
tho window one Chinamen eeized her
by the hair while Hang struck her with
a cleaver, cutting her head almost off
and causing instantaneous death, The
murderers then ran off.
Tho Walla Walla, from San Francisco, arrived early this morning and
left for the sound.
Death of Major Boxers.
Major Rogers, known to tho world
us the discoverer of the Kicking Horse
and Rogers Passes of the C.P.R.,
died at Watcrville, Minnesota, on the
4th of May from cancer of the stomach.
The major was a favorite with all who
knew him, and Iub many friends in
this city and province will always
have a warm place in their memory
for him. During hiB career iu the
mountain*- the major was never discouraged on account of temporary
failure, nnd aftor suffering many hardships aud narrowly escaping death, he
finally succeeded in locating the line
of railway that was adopted by the
C. P. R- .management. No doubt the
privations endured during that period
shortened his term of life, although he
possessed an iron constitution, as well
as a dauntless spirit. Tho deceased
was prosent at the driving of the last
stake at Craigillachie, and held up tho
tio whilo Sir Donald Smith made several vain attempts to drive tho spike
home with a swinging blow. He
eventually succeeded by giving it a
series of taps. Since Major Rogers
completed his labors for the C. P. R.
ho has been engaged in locating a
route for the Manitoba or "Jim Hill"
road to the boundary of Washington,
and it waa during this work that he
was taken ill. He died in the state
where ho had been a pioneer, and waa
buried among his friends.    He was  a
bachelor,
.»     „	
THE NEW MILLS,
mini Mr. Jiinip.i McLaren says of the
Subject.
Mr. James McLaren, of Ross, McLaren & Co., who arrived from Now
Westminster on Wednesday, informed
a roporter that the work of erecting
tho mill at New Westminster was in
full blast. An hour aftor the final arrangements wero completed tho contract for the pile driving was signed,
and tho work went on at once.
What will be the s-zo of thu mill,
UBked tho reporter?
Four hundred and fifty feot by
.seventy in round numbers, although
the actual length will bo 455 feet, with
a platform of about fifty feet, so that
wo will bo ablo to saw any stick from
25 up to 150 feet in length. We mean
business, I nssure you.
How long will it tako to put tho mill
in working ordor.
Not les.-i than six months, I expect,
although everything is very favorable
for making good time. Wo have a
good manager in Mr. Kendall, who
has been with the firm for many years
nnd understands oveiything ln tho
business, and then tho lumber is obtained from thu Royal Cily Mills, closo
at hand, whose managers havo met ua
in a vory friendly spirit indeed. My
brother John has taken up his residence iu New Westminster, and will
attend to the financial affairs of the
concern.
You propose to orect another mill 1
Yes, but wo havo not decided where
as yot. For my part I am vory favorably impressed with this islnnd, but
tho matter will rest altogether with my
father whoso word iB law, at least since
the death of tho Into Mr, Ross. It
wns thought at first that the mill
should be nearer our timber supply,
but investigation shows, I think, that
it will not work woll to have it (oo far
up. Wo are going to havo two mills
nt any rate and will employ a large
number of men. Speaking of labor,
we hnvo never been able to understand
how tho report was circulated that wo
wero hiring a largo number of men for
tho coast, for we havo done nothing of
the kind, and are sorry any such report should bo spread abroad. There
were hundreds of applications to the
firm from mon we knew in tho east,
good men too, but they were not engaged to como out hore.—rinies.
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Reddon, tho Rat Portage chief of
police, is supposed to have reached the
American soil, The chase is abandoned.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
A LONDON CLUB
Raided by the Police and a Namber of Noblemen Arrested
for Gambling.
Opinion Grows that the Judges
in the Parnell Commission
are Biased.
The Emperor William Endeavors
to Bring the German Mining
Strike to an End.
NOBLEMEN ARRESTED.
London, May 13.—Earl Dudley,
Lords Lurgan and Paulet, Baron Ferrers und a number of other gentlemen were arrested this morning at the
Field club and arraigned to-day at
Vino street police court to answer the
charge of gambling. Tho court wai
crowded almost to suffocation with peoplo ntixiouB to aee the noblemen arraigned as criminals. Earl Dudley
appeared heartily ashamed of himtelf
and eager to escape the notice of the
throng by tho submission to a flue,
but Lord Lurgun was defiant and
angry at his arrest. Tho polico officer
who made the raid of the club admitted that the noblemen were not mem-
bets of the Field club and declared
thoy resorted to clubs fur the purpose
of gambling. The prisoners, twenty-
onu in number were remanded for &
week on bail.
OREAT INDIONATION.
London, May 13.—No little indig-
dation iB felt in police circles over tho
descent of the police on the Field club
in the fashionable quarter of town,
and the arrest of three lords for doing
that which is done in every aristocratic
olub of Loudon. The appearance of
these noblo members of society in the
police court thif morning excited a
sensation. They were treated most
leniently hy the presiding magistrate
and bailed as soon as the formalities
could be completed. Lord Lurgan was
especially bitter about the action of the
police authorities and denounced it as
an outrage. All tho twenty unfortunates who were arrested at the same
time were unanimous in the opinion
that the police were needlessly officious. The general public manifest a
disposition to be amused with tho affair.
ANOTHER CONSPIRACY DISCOVERED.
St. Petersburg, May 13.—A conspiracy against the government, whioh
implicates a number of military officers
hus been discovered here by secret
agents. Numerous arrests have been
made, some of high officers. Incriminating documents were seized and a
number of dynamite bombs found.
HOW OAN SUCH INJUSTICE BE?
London, May 13.—From the Btyle
ot the questions put by Justice Hannen, and from the general attitude of
the judges forming the Parnell commission of inquiry, both sides iu the
case have become impressed with the
belief that the commission will pro
nounce in favor of the rimes.
MORE SERIOUS.
Berlin, Mny 13.—Tho troubles between the militia and the striking
miners of Westphalia ure increasing.
A collision occurred to-day between
them at Cast rep, in which a body com*
posed of dragoons and lancers charged
upon the strikers and dispersed them.
All last night there waa random firing
in the vicinity of Luenen. Most of
tho taverns iu tho disturbed district
are closed. The strike committee at
Dortmund, composed of Bante Schroder and Siege! havo issued a manifesto iu which the declared strikers
will not resume work until the fullest concessions to their demands aro
made.
A SENSIBLE EMPEROR.
Berlin, May 13.—The emperor declares himself as much ehocked at the
death of tho miners in Westphalia as
any of his subjects, and is distressed
at the necessity of resorting to military
force to prevent violence. He is most
anxious to have tho proprietors come
to some agreement with their mon, advises liberal treatment, and instructs the governor of Westphalia and
tho local authorities to use all their influences to bring about a settlement to
set them tbe example. He has intimated his willmgess to hear the complaints oi the miners in penon, and a
deputation of men have loft Dortmund
for an audience with the emperor.
This act has had a good effect and the
coal regions aro quieter to-day.
TROUP TO PUBLISH A BOOK,
London, May 11.—Troup, who was
to transport oflicer for Stanley, is
about to publish a book in which he
claims the failure of tho rear guard to
obey instructions was due to Major
Barttelot, who cruelly punished and
neglected tho blacks and they murdered
him in revenge.
PERSONAL.
M. M. English arrived in town this
morning.
T. McNeely, of Ladners, gave us a
call to-day.
E. A. Sharpe, of Lulu Island, was
in town to-day.
Mua Campbell left for Montreal today and will remain in the province of
Quebec for a year, which timo will be
spent in visiting her friends.
TO DISPEL COLDS,
Headaches and Fevers, to cleanse the
system effectually, yet gently, when costive or bilious, or when tho blood is Impure or sluggish, to permanently cnre
habitual constipation, to awaken the liver
and kidneys to a healthy activity, without irritating or weakening them, use
Syrup of Figs,
, ■ ■> ■	
Tho statement of tho Bank of Montreal for the year ending the 30th of
April, issued Friday afternoon, shows
a healthy state of affairs.
 «. ■♦ »- 1—•
Henderson has withdrawn from the
contest in Central Winnipeg. Ool.
McMillan will undoubtedly be eleoted
without opposition.
Meteorological Beport for Week BBdlag
May Ilth. 18W.
MAX.   MIN. RAIBT.
Sunday Ott.0     4T.0 0M
Monday 81-0     A0 0.W
Tiu-nilay 01-0     40.0 0.OT
Wednesday 99.0     46.0 m
Thursday 81*0     50.0 0.00
Friday 78.0     47.0
Saturday 96,9    48.0
Cloudy, rnln, clear and hot.
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Monday Evening, May 13, 1880.
On tho 24th cf April last a rather
interesting debate took place in the
Canadian senato on a motion of Hon.
Mr. Bellerose, representing Dclan-
andiero, Quebec, in tbo senate. The
motion was to the effect that nn address should be presented to tho governor-general, praying that bis excellency would be pleased to causo
to bo laid beforo the senate a copy of
each and all the proofs taken by the
minister of justice and the secretary
of state on tho 10th and 1 Uh of December, 1886, at the time of their
visit to the penitentiary of St. Vincent do Paul (in Quebec province),
and also copies of all entries mado at
the timo of this visit and in tlie
course of the inquiry then made by
the honorable gentlemen abovo mentioned, according to the statements
made by the minister of justico in
the house of commons on tho 16th
of April last. And in particular
copies of the statements mado and
of the charges laid by tho Hon. Jos.
H. Bellerose on the first of the two
days above mentioned, It is necessary to an understanding of the
subject to recall the circumstance of
the revolt whioh took place in the
St, Vincent de Paul penitentiary in
1886, which was a culmination of a
troublous state of things for years,
and in which one person was killed,
a good many others injured, and
Warden Lavioletto himself seriously,
and at the time considered to be
mortally, wounded. During the revolt a regular light occurred, which
continued for hours* the warden
was taken prisoner by the convicts,
and was used as a shield to cover
them in their attempt to escape.
Mr. Bellerose, us representative in
the sonate of the district whoro the
penitentiary is situated, and taking
an interest in the matter and churning to know something of tho causes
which led up to tho revolt, roadf the
following inquiry in the senate
shortly ofter the revolt occurred:
"Does the government intend to
order a serious and minute inquiry
into tho circumstances of the revolt
which took place at the St. Vincent
de Paul ponitentiury on the 24th
Nov., 1886, and into all the troubles
whioh havo occurred in tlie said
institution for the four years past 1"
The answer to this wns "It is the
intention of the government." Subsequently, on the 10th and Ilth
December, 1886, an inquiry was
held at the penitentiary by the minister of justice, Hon. Mr. Thompson,
and the then secretary of state, Hon.
Mr. Chapleau. Sonator Bellerose
was invited to be present and to lay
his charges, if he had any. Mr,
Bellerose said: "I chargo the inspector, Mr. Moylan, and the late
chaplain with being responsible for
the difficulties this prison has been
laboring under. I may say that I
act us the representative of those
who have laid such churges, either
in tho press or in public documents."
Upon being informed by the minis-
ter of justice that it was tho intention to take evidence without swearing any of the witnesses, Mr. Bellerose refused to give evidence at al),
, and characterized the examination,
which was forthwith proceeded with
on those lines, as a "mock inquiry,
a sham investigation, far worse than
any of the most disgraceful inquiries
ever made hy the minister of justice's officer, Inspector Moylan."
Senator Bellerose's object in moving
for the return of papers, &c„ in connection with the affair, in April
last, was to show tbo falsity of a reflection made upon him in the commons by the minister of justice,
on the 16th of the same month, in
thia way : Tho St. Vincent de Paul
penitentiary incidentally came before the house on the above date,
when Hon. Mr. Laurier, leader of
the opposition, roso und asked tho
government whether they had redeemed their solemn promise to
make an inquiry into the revolt
which had taken place at tho penitentiary. To this tho minister of
justice answered "yos" and "no,"
that be had uot made that solemn
inquiry, because Mr. Bellerose had
refused to lay charges againBt
anybody. Mr. Laurier replied that
he would leave Mr. Bellerose to defend himself, This Mr. Bellerose
proceeded to do in the senate by
making the motion first referred to,
and in the somewhat sharp debate
whioh followed we are bound to say
that Mr, Bellerose came out very
fairly, and the government cortainly
gained no added lustre from tho discussion, Mr. Bellerose's motion was
finally agreed to.
During the debate our representative in tho senate, Hon. Senator Molnnes, made a short, but effective speech on tho subject,
in the course of whioh he referred to the provincial penitentiary
' at this eity. Tho senator's speech
fn full, m printed in tho Smote Debates, was hs follows: "This subject
is one of considerable importance.
To my personal knowledge the honorable gentleman from Dolanandioro,
had been warning the government
for yean before this revolt took plaoe,
whioh resulted in the death of
more than one individual and the
wounding of several others, and
instead of censuring him, as some
honorable gentlemen do, he is entitled to* the best consideration of
this houso and of tho country. I
am fully persuaded that tho hon.
gentleman is thoroughly honest and
sincero in his advocacy of a thorough
inveptigation being made in connection with the penitentiary. And if
the government were desirouB of
making a thorough investigation and
laying the blame, if blame thero be,
on the shoulders of guilty individuals
in that penitentiary, the proper way
would be to delegate the powor to
make the enquiry to some person
entirely disconnected with tho penitentiary, or the government, nnd to
hear evidence under oath. Why are
witnesses placed under oath? Is it
not under the impression that they
aro moro likely to tell the truth than
if thoy merely make an unsworn
statement 1 Not only aro tho majority of peoplo afraid of punishment
by tho law of the land if they give
false evidence under oath, but they
are also afraid of future punishment.
I think thnt the hon. gentleman was
perfectly right when ho refused to
give any evidence to the minister of
justice or to tho inspector, excopt
undor oath. It must be quito evident to any disinterested person
that lie was willing to stato
nothing but what he believed to
bo correct, and which ho could
prove. I have some sympathy
for the hon. gentleman, inasmuch
as I nm somewhat similarly situatod.
We have a penitentiary within a
mile of where I live, in New Westminster. It is belioved that there
arc a great many irregularities in
connection with the management of
that institution. I am not going to
make any charges now, but I believe
the rumors are well founded, and
when the proper time comes I fear
it will bo my bounden duty to ask
that an investigation bo made, and
that it be placed entirely beyond
the control or influence of the
inspector of penitentiaries and tho
government, and that some judge of
the supreme court, or other thoroughly disinterested and qualified person,
shall tako the evidence and investigate all complaints, and thereby do
justico to the people of tho penitentiary, and if they are not guilty
of what they ure charged thoy will
be exonerated ; if guilty, they should
be punished, and tho public will be
silhfied. Anything short of that,
in my opinion, will not give satisfaction. I think this case of the St.
Vincent de Paul penitentiary has
not gone too far yet for a thorough
and searching investigation to be
made of it beforo some of the judges
of the courts in the provinco of
Quebec," It is unnecessary to comment upon Senator Mclnnes' remarks with respect to the penitentiary in this provinco. We have
already made a similar suggestion,
d thoroughly endorse wlmt the
senator has said on tho matter.
Children Cry for, Pitcher's Castoria
CALBDONXA A ST. ANDREW'S
SOCIETY.—Tlio regular mcoMngs of
this Association aro held on the last Tuesday of each month, nt 8 o'clock p.m. Alt
Scotchmen are Invited to attend.-Joun
Buie. Sec. 	
AO. B-.-COUUT LOUD OUFPERIN,
, No. 0804. The regular meetings of
t!u> abovo Court are held at the Foresters'
Hull, on the flrst and third Wednesday ln
each month, nt 8 p. iu.—Jno. MoMUBPUY,
Sonr., P. C. R.
ft VISION LOUGH No. U, A. F.
^ff\m' ■A A. M,—The regular moetr
/*k./\ i'-ss ot this Lodge are held ln
/ ▼ \ the Masonlo Toraplo on the flrat
Wednesday In each month, at7:30 o'clock
p. in. Sojourning brethren are cordlully
Invited to attend.—W. C. Coatham, See.
BOARD OF TRADE. Hoard Itoom,
Oddfellows llrtclc Block, up-Hlnirs
Council meets on the lirst ami third Wednesday In each month,at J p.m. Quarterly
meetings on the 22nd of Feb., May., Aug.,
and Nov., at 7:.i0 p. m. New members
may bo proposed and oleoted at any Quarterly mooting.—1). Rohsok, aee.
NewWestminster Gas Co
A LIMITED NUMBER OF   SHARES
In tho abovo Company for sale-
Apply to        DAVID MORRIS,
Sec.-Trciw, * Manager.
New West., May 8,1889. diny8ral
WANTED.
QITUATION WANTED AS HOUSE-
O Keeper or Lndy Companion, by un
English widow lndy. Not afraid Of work;
musical; good references.  Applyto MltS.
Foingdestbb, care of A. Lucas, Calgary,
or to J. H. Vidal, New Westminster.
dmyl0t:i
Towing, Lightering, Etc,
QAWMILL OWNERS, LOGGERS, and
0 others aro iiotlded that our steel
Tug-boat,
"TBFIO,"
Will bo rendy for work about tho Hth lust.,
and we nro prepared lo outer Into contract!- for all kinds of towing, lightering, Ac.
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
UmySlc Vancouver, H, C.
Money Wanted.
SEALED TENDERS, marked "Loan,"
addressed to the undersigned, will he
received up to the Seventh Day of June
next, for Iho purchase of Debentures to
th«amount of $18,000, lssilr-i] iiiuhir tho
authority of tho "Richmond Municipal
Lonn Bylaw, 1888," payable la 25 years,
bearing Interest nt 0 per cent., payable
yearly at the Bank or II. C, New West-
mi n ster.
Tho highest or any lender not necessarily accepted.
Uy omor of tho Council,
O. D. SWEET,
C. M. C.
North Arm, May 8, 1880. dwmylOwl
M.A.McRAE
Merchant iaiior
BEAUTHrtll- lltSQE OP
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Check
FOB SPBINO AND SUMMER.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Cowmbia St.,  .  New Warmnsraii.
dwmnfflto
NEW WESTMINSTER
Real Estate and Financial Agency
RICHARDS, HAYWOOD & MACKINTOSH,
Conveyancers * Notaries Public.
IF. O. Sox 319.
Tolop"o.3n.o  IT©. 61.
Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms easy.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
Money to Iaoan.
,WE DO NOT SPECULATE OURSELVES, but Rive our customers tbo bunclit of all our special bargains.
COLONIAL HOTEL BUILDINO,
--OFFICES !===
233 CORDOVA ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
VANCOUVER.
61 YATES ST,
VICTORIA.
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES & RANGES!
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.
ColumbiaSi., New Wesimittster,
Granville & Water Sisn Vanr-ouver
dwnolyl
Queen's Hotel
COB. COLUMBIA & CLEMENT STS.,
:HTe*w -\7\restnai-aster, B. C
*"P'1E QUEEN'S IS A FINE BRIOK HOTEL, FINISHED IN
1 the best style and fitted with all modern conveniences, having
bath rooms and closets on every floor. It 1ms lately been elegantly furnished throughout, nnd the appointments nre complete in every way.
Tho cuisine, under the charge of a first-class whito elitf, is a specialty,
and the best of everything will always be found on the table.
The Queen's is "intended to be a superior house in every respect, and
we hope, by caro and attention to tho comfort and wants of guests, to
win their appreciation.
Tsraas, SS.OO to $3.00 per "Day.
MILLER & CO., Proprietors.
___X__-_3_: SOEOOI.
Entrance Examination'
THU SEMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION
of iijiidlennts for entrance lo High
Hehool will commence In iho Control
Hehool, Now Westminster, on
Mon-lny, Mny grtb, at 1 P. M.
Candidates must he punctual.
8. D. POPE,
Superintendent of Education.
Victoria, Muj 0,1880. ilmyGtd
Merchant Tailors
AKE SHOWINQ A
CLOTHS
For Spring & Summer Wear
Cood-fitting, Stylish
Garments
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Extra Flue Line of Trousering.
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HARDWARE
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ESTABLISHED 18 2.
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COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, B. C.
IMPORTER OP
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Faints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Ohinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
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CONTRACTS FOR
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Plnn-bing, RooAng, *c.
NOTICE,
SITTINGS OP THK COUNTY COURT
of Cariboo will bo held nt—
Llllooet Thur8day...28rd May,188fl.
Clinton Saturday... 8tli June, "
160*MUe House...TUursd«.y..*27Ih    "     "
Hoda Creek Saturday ...20tli    "     "
Qucanellem'tli ...Tuesday 2nd July, "
ltielitleld Friday 5th   "     "
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's OJllce,
24th April, 1889. dapSOml
D. MePHADEN,
De-ne'sB-iok Blook. Columbia Strut,
offers for sale
A Full Stock of Ferry A Co.'s
•ffBBSH
Field 1 Garden Seeds
Red, White and Alsike Clover
Seeds.
Timothy, Rye, Lawn and Blue
Grass Seeds.
ALSO-FIRST-CI.A8S STOCK OF
GROCERIES ^PROVISIONS
COFFEE roasted and ground on the promises.
OllOloe lot of IMPORTED TEAS.
ftft.AU Goods sold at lowest prices and
delivered freo to nil parts of the city,    dto
Port Kells
This Fino Townsite, at the Freah*Water
Junction of the
Southern Railw'y
li Sine* Above WfNtmi.n-.1cr,
Has jtiut licen Surveyed, and tho Lots
aro for salo by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Ok Nbw Wkstminstki.- B, C.
Tho advantiij-cs and *prospRots of this
Plot for tt futuro thriving Town aro
many.
Tho Land in the vicinity is good.
There aro inexhaustible IRON ORIS
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, immediately adjacent, as well aa vast strata of
tho finest BUILDING SAND and POTTERY CLAY,
On the Townsito ure a namber of valuable MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication by land and water ia
unequalled, by reason of the location of
the Townsito on the Frasor River and
the Southern Railway, while tho natural
elevation and lay of tho land can not he
excelled as a situation for a fino town,
The ground la open and clear of heavy
timber,
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11 Oil, let mc leave thoclty'a heat,
Its fripperiGs and formalities.
■ And place onco moro my tired feet   '
On nature's actualities:
I'll turn from fashion's mimic train,
Its aping nrts, its high disdain,
And bathe my tired heart and brail*
In primitive realities."
IIo turned from "fashion'smimic train,"
And sought tho calm rusticity
Of Hold and forest, lake and plain,
Disburdened of publicity.
But horse-flies marked him for their prey,
And down his backbone day by day
Tho caterpillar wound bis way
la sinuous eccentricity.
And when beneath some arbor snug
Ho'd lio in thoughtful rovory
Tho bumble-bee and tumble-bug
Would come with fiendish devilry;
With daddy-lone-legs run a race,
And march ln military paco
Across his bleared and blistered faco
In wild, tumultuous revelry.
And while tho still breeze from the soutli.
Lapped hlm In dreams elysian,
The gay green frog leaped la his moulh
With acrobat precision*
Tho woodchuol*. nibbled at his nose,
Tho weasel chewed up both his hoso,
Tho snako crawled thro' his underclo'es
la wandering indecision.
Ho lay thero ln tho valloy green,
Tho city's strain to calm off.
And tho f armor with his mowing machine
Tbon mowed his outstrotcbod arm off.
And thon ho roso with murderous will,
\nd roamed tho oarth and vowed to It'll
Ml poots who with fiendish skill
Suoh pastoral lies oould palm off.
—S, W. Fose, in Tune,
IS DEATH PAINLESS?
Dr. Hammond Answers tbo Ques-
■Hon in tho Affirmative.
It la only neccBsavy to soo u person dlo to
bo convinced that ao far from being a painful process tho act of (loath ie rather pleasant than otherwise, writes Dr. William W,
Hammond in tho St. Louis Post-Dfupatcft,
Tlio physical phonomenathat leads up to tho
departure of vitality from the body are
often characterized by groat suffering
Thero may bo pain suffocation due to the ir-
regularity In tho action of tho heart and,
lunga, and abovo all intense mental |
anguish. But whon death begins aU fooling of discomfort in mind or body disappears ; pain in whutovor part it may bo situated coasos to bo perceived; tho heart|
nitty boat with still greater irregularity, tho
lunga fail still moro notably to perform
their functions; nothing has happened to
dtssipato tho fcarorremorso or sorrow that
havo harrnssed tho dying person, but tho
perceptions, tho intellect, tho emotions, tho
will aro blunted and no longer respond to
excitations that formovly moved thom,
! Doath as wo seo it in persons who havo
, sufforod from a moro or loss protracted iU-
I toss ia not generally an act that is accomplished in a fow momonts of timo. It moy
even last for soveral hours, during which
period tho vital forces aro extinguished
little by littlo, so gradually in fact that wo
aro not ablo to dotcrmiuo tho exact instant
at which lifo becomes extinct.
Physiologists Bpeak of death as ocourrlngl
through tho cessation of tho action of either i
the brain or tho heart or tho lungs. But|
uho brain can not bo regarded as un organ
absolutely essential to life, howovor noces-l
Bttry it muy bo to its regular ond systematic
course. Tho cutivo organ may bo removed!
from certain kinds of animals and yet lite
goes almost as perfectly for a timo as though
■it woro still thoro to dominato tho rest of the
Ibody. The heart boats, tho luugs rospiro,
.no stomach digests, and tuo several glands
r-ontinuo to elaborate tho sccrotions proper
!\o them, and not only all this, but actions
ire porformed which aro well calculated to
■xcitc astonishment in thoso who oce them
'or tho first timo and who havo ombracod
ho idea that all intelligence resides in the
jratn.  Thus, for instauco, If tho brain be-
Smlirely removed from tho head of a frog1
ihd tho wob between tho toes bo pinched
.-.ho limb is immediately withdrawn; if tho1
'Shoulder  bo scratched with a needle the'
lindfootof tho samo side iB raUodto re-1
Jnovo tho instrument; if tho animal Is held
np by ono log it struggles; if placed on its1
pack—a position to which frogs havo n   "cat
iintipathy—it immediately turns ovor»   its
belly; if ono foot bo held ilrmly with a pair
[jf forceps tho frog endeavors to draw ll
away; if unsuccessful it pluco3 tho othor
pot against tho instrument and pushes
firmly in tho offorfc to vomovo it; still nol
f-icccoding it writhes tlio body from sido tt
fide and makes a movement forward. 1
mvo soon a rattlesnake Btri!to after its hoad
Ivos cut off, and a viper has been known to
■rowl straight for its holo in tho wall after
.uttering liko mutilation.
„ Nor aro such onpeviments tho onlyovi-
Joaeo wa havo that lifo may persist though
1-' lit! brain bo absent. It sometimes happens
11 hat -individuals of tho human species arc
HWn without brains. In ono instance of the
"rind lifo was present for six   months,
though vory fooblo this being hod thel
'acuity of sucking nud tho several functions'
>f tho body seemed to bo woll porformed.
its eyes clearly perceived tho light and dur-1
ling tho night it cried if tho caudle was ai-
owod to go out.  Aftor doath tho cranium
i vas opened and thero was found to be an
,-ntii-o absonco of tho cerebrum. In anchor case, that of a male infant which
u'ved eighteen hours, there  was found
ifter death no vestige of a brain, nevertheless respiration was established; the pupils
liontraoted tho light; bitter juice put into
.ho mouth was immediately rejected and
jowl noises caused movomouts oftho body,
'n another caso in whioh tho cranium was]
fttii-oly empty lift) continued for four days,
ct this being opened and shut its eyes,
ried, sucked and oven ato broth.
|f Tho brain, therefore, is casontial to lifo
-miy so far as it is essential to tho continued action of tho heart and lungs.  When it
s tho scat of dlseaso in certain of Its parts
nho action of all tho organs of tho body is
more or loss impaired although thoy may
.-.'ontiuue their functions in such a manner
v.s not to bo immediately destructive to life,
ttis only whon brain disease leads to the
-.rrost of tho action of tho hoart or lungs
.hat death becomes inevitable
' Death beginning at tho heart occurring!
either as tho rosult of brain injury or dis-
I'-.'aso, or liko factors affecting tho organ
tsclf,    may   tako   placo   suddenly   or
titer   a   vory   considerable   period of]
.imo   has  elapsed.  In  neither  caso
[iho act of death painful.   Should  the
part stop suddenly tho brain Is at onco do
jprived of ita duo supply of blood; all sonsl-
ifciility is immediately abolished. Thoro arc
Ja few Imperfect rospiratlons and lifo has
vanished, probably withoutthostrlckon por
..son having tho slightest consciousness from
ft ho moment that the current of blood foiled j
to reach his brain. Such cases aro comparatively infrequent, but they aro common!
Enough for ua to have becomo acquainted
[with tho phenomena by which thoy arc
jjcharactorizod.  Tho aspect of a person dy-
|ing In tho manner described shows that
[■horo bas boen no suffering, mental or phy-'
Jblcalf the countonanco Is placid and thcl
^position of tho body that of entiro roposo.
In other instances tho stato of tho patient
tar a considerable period boforo doath Ie|
'mai'i-niWreatsuffering, Thorespiration'
fl dlfflcmfTtbo lungs aro congosted, there
,iro periods characterized byfniutncss and
[loss of consciousness, tho limbs and tho faco
[become dropsical, tho recumbent position Is
lUttondcd with an increase in tho fooling of]
puffocation duo to the intorforenco with tho
Irospiration, aud honco tho patient is obliged
"jw> pass tbo greater part of tho day and night
nn a sitting posture, Tho countonanco of a
■loraon thus afflicted Is indicative of tbo dis-
(treso which ia constantly oxperioncod. But
when tho physical forces becomo so far re-
luced that tho aot of dying supervenes,
-min or discomfort Is no longer felt and
loath ensues without thero being any son-
rations but thoso of ensa and comfort both
* regards mind aud body.
Doath beginning by the lungs Is tho ro-
[suit of tho moro or loss sudden stoppago of I
\tho act of rospiration. Such as is produced
'In drowning or strangulation, in which cans
It tahos placo rapidly, or In congestion or
pneumonia, whon it is a moro gradual process. In neither instanco is thero much, lfl
ooy, physical suffering after tho first low'
moments. Unconsciousness takes pluce
with moro or less rapidity when all sensation ia abolished. While this condition is
being reached tho speech and countenance
of tho patient,.so far from indicatlngsuffor-
iiig, often show that tho thoughts that aro
passing through tho minds aro of the most
happy character. Porsons whoso lives havo
been saved from drowning or other forms
of suffocation havo Btated that thoy seemed
up to tlio last moment of consciousness to
bo living a lifo of supremo bliss. Opium
poisoning, and the condition produced by
tho inhalation of carbonio oxldo gas resulting from tho combustion of charcoal aro examples of death beginning at tho lungs.
Thoro are many cases on record of persons
who havo been recovered whon thus
poisoucd, whon tho vory extremity of life
had boon readied, and their evidonco is uniformly to tlio effect that not only waa thero
no pain but that the aot of dying, so far as
they had experienced It-was a most delightful process.
I liavo soon a groat many people die,
somo of them groat sinners, even ruffians
of tho most degraded type, and I havo
never yot witnessed in any case tho slightest fear of death or of a horoaftor. I havo
also been present at tho death-bods of
many pious and worthy persons, and I liavo
nover known nu instanco among tiiis class
of tho least abhorrence of death or appro-
honsiou in regard to tho futuro. A person iu sound health, receiving intelligence
that his dentil is to tako place in a fow
moments would, undoubtedly, at lirst bo
greatly disturbed, and if religiously brought
up, would probably wish to mako preparations for departing this lifo. But tlio case
is vory different with those wbo havo suffered from n long illnosB, and whoso por-
aeptions, therefore, havo lost thoir sharp*
ness. I havo often told such porsons that
thoy bad but a fow minutes to Uve, but
Uto intelligence has novor boon received in
any othor than tho most composed and resigned manner. Certainly this is a wise
provision of nature. For if, as with his
present knowlodgo, It is impossible for man
to cscapo doath, It is well that ho is constituted as to bo able to accept, the inevitable
with dignity and composure
PLUCKY JUDGE DRUM.
How He Eutortalnod an Ugly Visitor at
tho Point of a Gun.
Hon. Thomas J. Drum, of Butte, M. T., is
ono of the best known lawyers in tho Weat,
says tbo St. Louis Republic, Ho is a lawyer
of distinguished ability, and has followed
mining oxcitomonts in the West for tho last
twenty years or moro. Judgo Drum has
lived in California, Arizona, Nevada and
Montana, and has been a conspicuous figure
at tho bar in each placo. During tho days
of Tombstone's prosperity no waa a United
States Commisionor in Arizona, residing in
Tombstono, and when President Arthur
issued liis famous proclamation ordering tho
outlaw cowboys to disband Judgo Drum
took an active part in its enforcement.
A brnco of cowboys woro at ono timo arraigned beforo liim for holding up a United
States mail coach botwoen Benson and
Tombstono. Tho judgo hold them both for
trial without bail, and sont thom to tlio Tucson jail for safe-keeping. This mado tho
cowboys vory indignant, and throate woro
mado that Judgo Drum's earthly career
would bo wound up. A fow days aftor ho
ordered tho prisoners taken to Tucson, Red
Thornton, a notorious desperado, quietly entered Judgo Drum's office Horocognizod
Thornton as ho entered, but pretended to
keep on writing without taking any notico of
him. In tho mcantimo, howovor, ho managed to > got his hand on n double-barreled
shotgun, with tho barrels abbreviated to
about fourteen inches in length, that rostod
on his desk within easy reach. Ho lifted It
up, and concealing it behind a pile of books,
with his hand still grasping It, asked Thornton what ho wanted, as that gentleman appeared in front of tho desk.
"Bo you Jcdgo Druml" asked tho desperado.
"I bo," responded tho judge.
"Woll, Ikom to settle wid you about send-
in' the b'yos to jail," remarked tho desperado.
'/How aro you going to do Iti"
"Jcilge, you'roapurty good-lookin- duck
nn' I hato tor do it, but I'vogot tor blow tho
top of your duriicd head off," remarked tho
gentleman with tho red hair.
'•That wouldn't be much fun for mo, os-
pccinlly ns thoy Btruck a big oro body in tbo
Cromwoll this morning," said tho judgo.
"Jcdgo, you're too durnod funny," said
tho desperado, and ho mado n motion for
his gun.
Ao ho did so tho judgo prosontcd his shotgun, stood up and hold tho muzzle within
two foet of the dosporodo. This was something that had not boon calculated on,
nnd tho intruder's disappointment was apparent.
"Throw up your hands 1" callod out tho
judge. Thornton ohoyed promptly. "Now
remain in that position until somebody
comes along to tako off your pistols," said
tho judgo. Thornton did as ho was told.. In
n fow minutes footsteps wero hoard in tho
hall and tho judgo callod the passer-by to
cuter. It happened to bo a lawyer who
had an offico in tho samo building. Judgo
Drum told tho lawyer to relievo tho despor-
ado of his pistols, warning tho lattor that if
ho mude a movo he would got a doublo
chargo of buckshot. Tho desperado's pistols wero taken from blm, and, in front of
Judgo JJruin'o gun, ho was marched to tho
sheriff's offico and turned ovor to tho custody of that officer. It happened that tho
sheriff had a warrant for Thornton's arrest
for stage-robbing, and ho was sont to ttto
Tucson jail to hoop his frlondB company.
Judgo Drum had several exciting experiences in Arizona. His duty as United
States Commissioner iu a mail-robbing
country gavo him plenty of employment
und brought him into official intercourse
with somo of tho toughest mon in tho region. Iu 1895, whon tho "bottom foil out of
Tombstone," Judge Drum movod to Butto,
M. T., and is now ono of tho leading lawyers
of that Territory.
Various Rnllway Signals.
Ono pull of tho bell-cord signifies •' stop."
Two pulls mean "go ahead."
Three pulls moan "backup."
Ono whistle signiflos " down brakes."
Two whistles signifies "offbrakes.''
Throo whistles means "baok up."
Continued whistles indlcato "danger."
Short rapid whistles "a cattlo alarm."
A slowly sweeping meeting of the hands
ovor tho head signiilo3 " back slowly."
A downward motion of tho hands, with
extended arm, signifies " stop."
A beckoning motion with one hand indicates "back," L
A red flag waved up tho track indicates
"danger."
A red flag by tho roadside means "danger
ahead."
A red flag carried on a locomotivo signifies "an ongino following,"
A red flag raised at a station means
" atop."
A lantern swung at right anglos across
tho track moans "stop."
A lantern raised and lowered vertically is
asignalto •*start."
A lantern swung in n circle signiflos
"back tho train."
Wood-Curving In Ilorlln,
Berlin, it scorns, hus gradually become tho
headquarters of tho carved-wood industry,
supplanting Switzerland. Six hundred
artists in wood-carving, tho samo iibmbOr-
of tumors, and TOO carpenters nro aiigng-'d
hi manufacturing such arllclos us 6'g*.*.r*
cases, newspaper and picturo frumos, imp*
kin-rings, otc. Tho valuo of tho unmuil ox-
port of theso articles is given us 5,000,000
inarks, and this is oxclusivo of the oii-ily
carved wood furniture, tho manufauiurc
and export of which aro assuming largo
proportions.
looking After His Fauces.
Senator Sherman thinks ho Is tho author
of tho phrnso "going home lo look after
his fences." Onco upon a time, tho ovo of an
exciting election, ho wont to Ohio, aud
whilo thoro, thinking his boino.nt -Manslioid
might neod somo repairs, ho went there. A
newspaper man caught him and desired,
after the ingenious manner ol his omit,* lo
know what tho Senator had come tolilatia*
Hold for. Senator Sliormnu replied Unit he
had como to look after hia fences. That,
tickled tho newspapor man Immensity, and
straightway uo made, it- a clwsic
EXCURSION Q
rateO
-TO 1'Altm EXPOSITION, AMI LOW-
,- ull fitt-nm-diip Unci- to
IlrTt —' '
ri-L . ..   .    ____
X   est rules by v „...,	
and from arcnl lli-lliiln, Sen nil ina via nml
Enron*) generally.
Now Is the time [o secure berths.
It. F. ANDERSON, Agent,
dupiiiml Now Westminster, II. C.
FREE-HAND
('r-iyuii, Wutt-rt'-ilMrA' I'li-tlillc I'orlriilfH
ut Ht, I'nnl Frtci-s.
INBTItUul'ION OIVEN IN DRAWING
,   and r-ihilhiKii'-'-ordlng la the best European IlUlllOtlS,
MISS LINNIE LEWIS.
Studio Cor. Uoynl Avenuo A Mary .St.
Orders fur poHiiilm taken atl). Lyal A
Co's ami ni Biudlo. dupBlml
TSTOTICE.
LORENZO LERTORA, Deceased.
A hi, PERSONS having any claims
against the estate of Lorenzo Lcrtora,
formerly of the Fountain, near Llllooet,
deceased, aro hereby required to send ln
the particulars of their claims to Gillio
I-lAQOio, of Happy Valloy, Motchosln
Dlslrlct. or to Nicola Bonini, of tho fountain, Llllooet, tho Executors of tho will of
the will of thesaid deceased, on or boforo
the 1st day of July next.
Dated .tutu April, wm.
dwmyiml GILLIO PIAGGIO.
Canadian Pacific Railway,
PACIFIO DIVISION,
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
O
CAUTION.
WNEItS AND MASTERS OF VES*
sols and othor Craft navigating tho
Eraser Rlvor nre cautioned to keep within
i ho Buoys painted Red nnd White, ro-
Kprctlveiyjtt tlio Missinn Bridge, ns during tUo construction of tho Bridgo, navigation between the banks of the River
nml I Ik- Hunys is dangerous, owing to piles
being driven there.
H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent.
Vnncouvor, B. 0„ 7th Mny, 1880. ilmySlo
Time Table!
_j£__d£_)t THE 8TEAMEK
SBROBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WK3TMINSTEK tor NANAI-
mn illrecl every W,',l»e-,l,iv nl 711.111.
LoftVes Nnnnlmo for Oomox every Tlmrs-
(!uyii'7a. m.  Returns to N.uiaimo on
Willi-'.
I.011VCH Nllimllno tor Westminster every
Muli.nliiy :.! Tn. in.
LEAVES WESSTMIN8TE1I for NANAI-
mo every Snnilny nl. 7 n. in., Inticlilni*
nt Vancouver ami ulllnt rmeulnte ports.
Hetiirnsto Westminster Momlii!'.
For Frelitltt and Pits-eie'ei- Hull's nuply
lo T. L. niltOGH, Agent C. P. N. Co., or to
the Purser on bonril
ilnihltc WM. ROGERS. Master,
[RtHOVCO FROM SAAK Oil T3 ViOIttll'l
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flow,
er and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
ilinliaOmO VICTORIA, II. O.
MRS. To DEIGHTON,
NURSE,
11AICES'ririRUl-l'(lUTUNITYoflettln!r
, tho public Know Hint she Is now ur
home, mid rospeclfnlly solicits1 n share of
tbe publle puironng-'. iti'snii-NCK-ncur
Douglas st., on If, Elliott's pmimo--, New
Westminster. dnpSSml
W. C. LOYE,"
Repnliinir Nentl-** Done.  Cork Sola
Work a Specialty.
narorders promptly attended t*»,
Clarkton St., In rear of Colonial Hotel, next to Rand Bros.'offloe.  diH-lN-
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENK1X<-S',
(LAtb OF England)
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
aa-Ratlsfnetion guaranteed,    dwfe7tc
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMlilA   STKKKT,
New Westminster,  B. C.
•ar Satisfaction Kuamiueeil.      ilaplStv
VANCOUVER  CITY
FoundryiMachineWorks
mHE I'llOl'IUETOUH OF THESE
1 works linve mueli pleasure in notifying tlielr friends and tlie public Hint they
aro bow prepared to receive and promptly
execute any onlera tor work In their line
with which they may bo favored.
A. DIcKELVIE,
Meehanlenl Manager.
Vanoouver, II.C, Sth May, 188S.
dwmyl2te	
Wanted, Short-hand Pupils,
MR T. R. DUNCAN WISHES TO IN-
form tlio Public of New Westminster
that ho Is now prepared lo givo le-sons In
shoi-L-hund ln tbo latest, ami best systems.
A complete course guaranteed in throe
mo n ths.
Violin iiIm) In light.  The  teaching of
chliili'L-uon this instrument n specialty.
Address, Drawer O, City, New Westmin-
dapllllc
filer.
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
{Lata Partner of John MoViekcr)
MINING ENGINEER, U.S. & PROVINCIAL SUUVEYOH. A ASHAYER.
Mabonio Tkmj-lk Block, Vancouvku,
Brll. Col.
•WRellable reports, underground surveys and maps of mines executed nt low
rates. Assays made on all kinds of minerals, gold and silver bars. Thirty years'
experience  In mining lu Asia, Europe
mul United States of  America.   Speaks
ten languages,   Assays from a distance
promptly intended to.   Address Vnncou-
vor, B. C. • ddelTto
Luna Registry Ordinance* 1870
He Lot 70, Group I, Now Westminster
District.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of Dun 11 Is Reginald Harris to
Ihcnhove-mentlouetl land bus been lost
or destroyed nnd application hns been
mndo for a duplicate thereof: Notice Is
therefore hereby given Unit a now Certificate of Title will bo Issued In lieu of that
so lust or destroyed, unless cause be shewn
to the contrary wllhln ono month from
date.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
District Registrar.
Land Registry Oflice,
New West., It. C, lflth April, 1830.
 dopl7ml    _
Wm- A. DashwoodnJones
FRISK CALIFORNIA AKD LOCAL
Frits filsptais
ALWAYS ON HANI).
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
dj'flltc
IT IS AU UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
GABTBB'S
Temple of Music!
Is tlie Place to Uny Ftrst-t'lltss
PIANOS -D ORGANS
At i n-di Prices and Tortn'H a** will Stilt
Any Reasonable Buyer,
For prieo.- and t-'tms, apply lo OAR*
TRR'H TEMI'I.I* OK MUSIf,
Vancouver, IS. <'.
aiOHiwiingsBI. West. dnplOtc
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 1838.
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by AppnlplniP.il   to Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, :ho Dominion Govt :-.nm-!ii| 'Aa,
Medal and Diploma uv-n.r.!t*'l at the Colonial and Indian Exh Mtton, London, Ifteti.
AUSTIH'S HAV MARKET
For Hay, Straw, Wheat, Bran, Shorts,
Oil Cuke, Ae.
AUSTIH'S
STORE
For Groceries, Hardware, Kope, Platform Scales, &c.
AUSTIN'S CELLAR
For Choice Potatoes, Carrots, Turnips,
Onions, ko.
AUSTIN'S STABLE
For Good Teams anil Sober Teamsters,
AUSTIN'S PRINCIPLES!
Square Dealing antl Total Abstinence,
tlle'JOtc
THB WESTMINSTER
Poultry Yards
JOHN S, COX, Prop.
Mglit ItvnltiiiiiM,
Parli'ldge Coohhlni,
Plymouth Hocks,
Will tt fa** i' DPk HpnulNh
White Crested, Hlnck   anil Golden
Pol nn tin.
Ilon-luiift     Sllvcr-iiciiflllltd   Itnin-
bn run.
muck, Reil nml Pitt Games.
Tonl-mir Geese,      Jlom-ii Dunks,
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANOTACTOnEltS  OV
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON
*iVEII8TEir*i BLOCK (UP-STA1RS),
Frost Stiieet,   -   NfiWwEBTMiKKrKn
HAVING JUST OPENED IN THE
ubove lino, we respectfully solicit a
share of tho trado, ami trust by careful
attention to ordors and moderate i-hin-j'-s
to merit tho same. Experienced workmen; satisfaction guaranteed.
Estimates furnished for Galvanised Iron
Cornico, Hoofing. Plumbing, Gns-flttlng,
Stenm and Hot Water Heating, Ao.
ter Entrance lo premises on Mnry SI.,
In rear of Bunk of II. c. dwmliQtc
Coal, Wood § Bark
THE TrNDTXPtONED   K13EPS   C.'N'-
stanily In Mock tho
BEST WELLINGTON GiiAL
 ALSO*	
Wood and Bark,
Whlffti   bo will   sell   iii. Il.c  LOWEST
HATES ami deliver promptly.
xm-. Orders loft nt tho stores of Mr. McColl and Mr. McDonough will receivo
nttentlon,
TEAMS FOR IIIKII. Stables, corner of
Douglas and Columbia Streets,
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New West., B. 0„ Nov. 22,183S.    dno23tc
J. W. WINGER
DEALER IK
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notice uinl at Ron'on-
able Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Stoek.
Orders left at the C. P. N. Wharf will bo
promptly delivered. dmhMc
HOTIOB
S HEREBY GIVEN THAT
_ -ii-plied lo the Hon. the 1
lianas and Works fora ilcen«oto_ouiand
HAVE
to tiio Hon. tbo Minister of
remove timber from the following des-
cribui lahdB situated ou Deep novo of
North Arm of Burrard Inlet, In Group 1,
New Westminster District:
Commencing at a post set £0 chains west
from Deep Cove, west U0chains, thenco
north 85 chains, thence cast OS chains,
thenee i-oullifO chains, theuce norlh-east
(W-i deg., 15.50 chains, thenco south 46
chains to point of commencement.
W. H. HIGCHNS.
New West., B. C, 10th May, 18811.     dml
WM.H. VIANEN.
WHOLESALE
r!
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
tzr Highest Price paid for Furs and
leer Hides.
Correspondence Invited. D*k.Tc!epl>one
Call No. G. iljilSto
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
.   Foot op Doucu-as stuket, Nrar
Coi-dmwa. Street.
J. 1 UK-TSON, PROPRIETOR
FRESH    BREAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
Confectlonory, etc., etc.
Hotel nnd Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders promptly attended fo and
delivered to any part of the city.  diuh28y
SU1KI MILLS!
BRACKMAN &KER,
WANUr-'ACTUllEhS  OY
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
E*-fr absolutely pure.
mil.* at Norlh Siumlili.
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE: Vlcturla.
diQliSOms
liRO.
IF YOU WANT TO EN.IOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FOB THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
at-™ MAINLAND.
XSTThey are not only made of tlio
Choicest Tolmtwo but they are of
Homo Ulamil'actiiro. and should be
patronized by all good citizens.
WM. TIET'EN, Manufacturer,
Hoi.r.unoK nuiLDlKo,
COLUMBIA STREET,       NEW WESTMINSTER.
dw!7noly
C. E. WOODS A. C. OAMBU
lAsn St'SVEYOs. Notary Punuo.
Woods, tar Mais
LAND SURVEYORS,
I, .^durance, Financial Agents
AND CONVKYANCKHrt.
_&.a-\mN?2t-S FOK
FIRB.-The Wt'stornofToronlo.'l'lipyEt-
hn, Tho City of London, nnd Tin* Hurl*
ford.
lll'Kt—The New York l,!fo Ihkim-uicc Co.
ACC1DH N T-'i'li q Travel lera' of Hartford
Iiand Survoytng In nil Its branches accurately nnd promptly carried out.
City nnd Hubiirbau l.nmts fur Sale.
We onn show a complete li-t of desirable
localities,
FnvmtugLtllttl*li improved nudunim*
prove i, throughout the district',
Mining nnu othor Stock boii-jlit and
sold.
Money to Loan on flrol .mortgage nt
low mien.
'f M.HPIIONK Call No. 99.
P. 0, DltAWEIt W.
WOODS, TIIKNEK & (iAMBLK,
Ornot, Elurd'i Blook,  •  Column* Street
NEW WESTMINSTER. I
dmliHto |
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
A WEll-SELECIED STOCK OF
ORYGOODS
Af!: FURNISHING?-.
AT   THE   LOWEST  PRICES.
IiUSdboiIsw niiorJK,
Colilm'tlA strt'i'i,      ttew *v,simlt,stor.
noldwly
Koi'ith Briiish ami
Mercantile
ffLLBonarfl^Co.
330-332 I'OllllOVA STKKKT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importer-- nnd DpnlerH In
MACHINERY
OVALti nESCKlTIONB.
MARINE WOrTa SPECIALTY.
_*lwile2t)tc	
ilZC«ST&CO'Y
SOS Cordova Street,
Vancouver, Brit. Col.
WHOLESALE
LIQUORSJ CIGARS
Telephone Onion I'loinptly Attetidoll to.
TEhKl'UOXK OAIjTi Wl
dinl.KmO
LCHninUWiirb
Cos. Columbia ah- Cutistti Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Itammbi Headstones, Tablets, Etc,
In Marble or Granite of Host (Juulity.
CORNER     POSTS    AND - CURBING.
N, 11.—Just received—the finest assortment of Ncnlcli (.niiiitt- IIoiiiiiiiciiIn ever
Hfion In BritiKh Columbia, which will be
sold at prices putting competition nutof
the question.
dwmhaiyl ALEX. HAMILTON- PROP.
THE ATTRACTION
Of Columbia Street
 IS—
JAS. ROUSSEAU'S
GREAT CLEARING SALE
GOOD-FITTING BOOTS AND SHOES CONTRIBUTE
much to the health and comfort of every home. Therefore,
everybody ought to know that Jas. Rousseau's is decidedly the
cheapest place in New Westminster where the people of this District can purchase the best Boots and Shoes at the cheapest
prices.
I will allow io per cent, discount on all cash purchases to
the general public for the next sixty days, to make room for a
LARGE SPRING STOCK now en route.
REMEMBER,—if you want genuine good Boots and Shoes
the proper place to purchase them is at
Jas. Rousseau's,
Custom Work promptly attended to.
CclT.Tr-1-taia Street.
dwto
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'S JiUILMNO,  FRONT STREET)
ZOXZ___Z____   -2.V
TABLE
Showing the Datei   and   Places of
Court!   of AbuIzc,   Nisi   Prlus,
nnd Oyer and Terminer, for
the Year IS89.
SPRING ASSIZES.
[OV   VANCOUVKH   ISLAND.]
Victoria Holiday 20th May,
Nanaimo Tuei-day 4th June.
[ON MAINLAND.!
No-*r\VcHlminstcr...Wodnef;day...lstMny.
Kiunloops Monday 3rd June.
Clinton Monday 10th June
FALL ASSIZES.
[ON MAINLAND.]
Richfield Monday 9th Sept.
Clinton Wednesday ...35th Sept.
Kamloops ..Mondny .7th Oct.
Lytton Monday Hth Oct.
K ew Weatmluster..."*Vedne8day,..13th Nov.
Ton vancouveb island.]
Victorin Monday .25th November.
Nannlmo Tnesdtty Urd December.
dnplTml
6ENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly ou Hnnd an Kxtcnsivo Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats A Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, Ac.
nfC-OHST'S     -fire     BOTS'     ST7ITS.
Great Variety of Household Articles,   Also,
GIIAIN,  SEEDS,  POTATOES,  LUTE and   GENERAL STORES.
S, lt.—Fnrm Prod hit bouxlil at market rates or sold on coramlt-f-fon.   n^-Orders
from tbo Interior promptly ut tended to, dwjeBto
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAND & INVESTMENT AGENCY, Ld.
ominion
If YOU AUK PAYING FOB YOUR
Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
Urnr-in** Land, or buying Farm, Mining
ur nny lnnd from tlie Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
Jut pay in £?'
I ur-'*'disci-uut..
Kurtn can be obtained In large or small
rji-anrii I-l-m from
ALLOWAY &  CHAMPION
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OK FROH
TUK BANK OF BKITI8H C0L1FHBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER
dwinlifltp
Mil
dlllfANbC
COMPANY-
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Caplllll,    •    §14,600,000.00
OF  LONDON.
Capital,
$0,733,000.00
HATES  AS   LOW  AS   ANY  OTHEB
COMPANIIW DOING BUSINESS
IN 1IIIITIHK COLUMBIA.
J. C3-. T^Q-CTES
Agent lor New Westminstor City
and Dlstrlot,        <Iic22to
ESTABLISHED 1850.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Hearty Opposito tlie Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE  LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of nil doscriptimis of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Font.
Itiea, Kestaurants, mid Stuamboatu atthe
l,OWK>i   i'DRMBLE THICKS.
TIME    CARD.
O. 3_».  Ttf. oo.
Tlio l-lno I'lrsL-olnss
Str-- Williatii Irving
Will Loavo tho O. P. N. Co.'s Wlmrf,
a -w b b _r
Tuestlay.Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. .M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AHD WAY PORTS.
Relurniiij,' Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When Kiifllcleiit  Imliicement  oil'.-rs she
will proceed to HOPK and on such
occasions will leave her wharf
at-In. m.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T. Ti. nillGGS. Aeotit,
New Westminster. tlapnic
VIOTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFEU FOIl SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.   MASON,
CUYLER A.   HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, * 15 Serjeants Inn Fleet St. -LONDON, ENG.
Tbe Business of ALLSOP k MASON has been merged in tha above Company
and will be carried on by the Company from this dato as a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agen ;y.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates. Town Lota and Farming
Lands for Salo on easy terms,
Viotoria B. C, May 16th, 1SS7. dwjeTto
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"t'Mtorl.lssoweUsilnpt-dtoc-illteu'hat I Cutoria cores Collo, Ooostlpstloii,
lrecomn,endltM-yriortoMrE-os--iplIon   gg %*•_£$£%* %______* »
Known to me."     il A. Aacnxa, m. D,,        1      ccstton
Ul So, Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.   B Without Injurioui medication.
Tna CESTAitn Oompamt, 77 Murray Btreet, N. T,
NOTICE
18 HEREBY QIVKN THAT I HAVE
t iipiilitrt tothe Hon. the Minister of tho
Interior for a license to eut nnd enrry away
Umber (to bo manufactured by myself ut
Uppor Sumas, B. Ot,) from the following
described land*-, viz.: Norlh half of He.-
tlon 4, north half of Section 0, sumhwe-*:
quarter of Hoet ion 16, EOUth half nf Section
17, Kouth half of Section IS, nnd tlie whole
of sn: Ions 6,7,8 A 11-all in Township ill,
New Westminster District--containing
-liUHI .'teres, more or less. ft. ,T. UKC'im '
Upper Sumas, B. O., 15th April, lStii).   tm
Lund RegistryOnilimiuts 1870
Subtrrban Lot Xo. IS,
Holbrookjstato!
BALE   OE
Valuable Property.
THE FOMjOWINQ UR8CRIBED LOTS
are oflbred for snle, ln part or whole:
LOT 5, BI-OUK 5, Columbia nnd Front
Htreet--, (10x132, with 6 Btores thereon.
LOT 2.1, BLOCK 18-MxlM-Columbtnand
Clarkson Rireots-wltb buildings thereon.
LOTH 12 A M, BLOOK fi. Mary street; 2
ncres, with  hard flnlshed  house nnd
orctiard.
K LOT I, BLOCK 10, Columbia street,
mm
LOT 81, GROUP 1, Vnncouvor rdnd, containing 200 aores,
"WTho abovo Properly brings ln a rental of $289.00 por month
For fnrther pnrtlculnrs and  lenns of
sale, apply nt
THOS. OVENS'
Blacksmith A Machine Shop,
Merchant Square,
New "Westminstor, B. O.
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR I'OUl.THY, Ae.
Rice Meal,
FOIl CATTI.K FEED.
r^TOTXCIE.-
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
ll we havo applied to tho Minister of
ine Interior for a license to out and take
away timber on nnd from tho following
described lands, Rllunted hi the District of
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia:
1. The oast hulf of Section 19, the N.W.
quarter of Section 20, und the S. E. quarter
of Section 30, In Township 40, nnd Section
St) In Township 10.
2, Commencing at n si ake placed at the
norlh corner of Slave Lake, thenco west
40 ohnlns, thence north SO chalnB, thenco
oast to lako about 80 chains, thonce along
lake to point of commencement--containing about 400 acres.
3, Commencing at a post set nbont two
miles N. IS. from outlet of stavo Lake;
thence south 40 chains, thence west 20
chains, thenco'sonth about 80 chains to
lake, thenco along lime to pointof com*
mencement—contnining about 100 ncres.
4. Commencing at u post Bet on the east
bank of Stnvn River, about half a mile
south of stave Lako; thence norlh 20
ohnlns, thenoe wont 40 chains, thence
north 40 chnlns, thonco enst nbout 00
chains to Inke; ngatn commencing nt
snmo post, thence enst SO chains, thenco
north to lake nbout 40 chains, thenee
along lake to point before montionod-
cont nlnlng about 460 acre**-.
fi. Commencing nt a post set about half
a mile north of the head of Pitt Lako;
thonco north SO chains, thence wost 40
chains, tbence south SO chains, thence
enst to pointof commencement—containing 820 acres.
ti. East half of Section 14, southeast
quarter of Section 28, nnd Section H—nil
In Township 41.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
doc28tc   I   NewW«tmlMter April iLUft^ npi2m
New Wentmin.'-tti
Block X,
A CERTIFICATE OF TVimFhASTOI-K
Tltlo to the -'hove iiicnMone*] Lol.
will be Issued to Henry EMIou on tie loth
dny nf .Tune,.188!), unless In thii meantime
avidid objection thereto be *t.ih-.jp to " -■
undersigned, In writing, bysom*1 person
claiming an eslnto or Interest In eald Lot
or same part thereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
New weatmlnster, 7th March, 1880.
mh7d8m
W. ELSON,
Merchant Tailor,
PORT MOODY, B. C.
Mr, Elson will ho at tho Colonial Hotel
the first Wednesday In eaeh month for
the purpose of taking orders.
HACK, LIVERY, STACE,
Feed | Sale Stables
the sunscmiiEns AIIE NOW PIUS.
PARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Special I-ow Rates.
Ihjiiij- ui All Sin.! ot Teaming
Done nt Shortest Notice,
Dry Cordwood delivered to any pint of
tho City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
■WStables nearly opposite C.P.R. Depot, Columbia St.. NewWestminster,
djantc      QILLEY BROS. Props.
Feed, Iiyeiy s Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
*E'*B01?*BI*B1TO'R.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSEB
for Hire. Hacks call at all Steamers
aud Trains. Special attention given to
Hoarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand,
Ordors may ho left at tho Oflloe of Mathers A MUllgnn, Commission Merchants,
Front Street, New West. dse2lto
IMPERIAL
mi INSURANCE GCMP'Y.
1 Out BitoAD St. and 16 Pall Mali,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Men-nan*
dise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock)
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and tli<t
Cargocs of sueh Vessels; also, Ships bmkU
Ing and repairing, Barges and other Vo**-*
sots on navigable rivers and canals, antl
Gooda on board such Vessels, througimi I
Great Britain and Ireland and in Fortij-a
Countries,
FKOM LOSS OR DAM AVE BT F1KK,
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and overy informs*
tlon oan be obtained on application to
W- J. AUMSTBOKe,
Agent fo: Now Westminster.
TV
18
BY WAY OP THE
X.IM-JB.
; THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
(lUIOKERIN TIME THAN ANYOTHRH
ROUTE BETWEEN
Nev ffflstninator aai San Francisco.
CRAHD SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC COUT
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Second-Class Pas«
seng-crs, attached to Express Tralni, ,
Faro from Portland to Sacramento anil
San Francisco-Unlimited, 925; Flnt**
class (Limited), 120; Second-class (Limited). Sis,
TIIROUG il TICKETS to all points Sonth
nnd East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES!
City Okvice, No. 131 Cor. Flnt A Aider
Streets;
Depot Offiob, Cor. F A Front StreeU;
Portland, Oregon.
R, KOEHLHR,      E. P. H0GER8,    .
Manager.        Asst.G.F. AP.A'gt f ml*) gtitiah Columbian
Mtrnday EvnlM* May 13, 1889.
MVf ITIIIHQ RATEI FOI THE DAILY,
Trauleal Advertbemeals.—First Insertion, lu cts. per line solid nonpareil; each
■ubsequeut consecutive insertion, Selfl. per
Hue. Advertisements not Inserted every
day—tlrst insertion, 10 cts, per line; subsequent Insertions, 5 cts, per lino.
3t atiil tnn Advertisements.--Professional or Business Cards—(J2 per month. Special rates for gem-rat trade advertising,
according to space occupied and duration
of cont met.
Auction Males, when displayed, charged
25 per cent, less tttan transient advts, If
sol id, charged at regular transient rates.
HlM'-dnl Notices among rending matter,
20 cts, per line each Insertion. Specials
Inserted by the month at rodaced rates.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, 81 for each
lusertion: Funeral Notices in connection
with deaths,50 ots. eacb Insertion.
WEEKLV ADVERTISING BOTES,
Transl-<otA<lverlltienients,—First Insertion, 10 cts. per line solid nonpareil- subsequent Insertions, 7 cts. per lino.
Maurtltix Ad ver llntmenU,—Professional or Business Cards-81.50 per month.
Special rates for genoral trade ad vertlsing,
Bpoclal Notices, Rirthfl, Marriages and
Deaths, same rutrs ns Dally.
t'litf- must buall metal,nud forlargecuts
an extra rate will Ik- charged.
■arpcrsons si.'11'llnu Iii iidvertlsements
should be careful to stato whether they
are tn appear In the Daily Edition,ortho
Weekly, or both. A liberal reduction is
mado when Inserted in both. No advertisement inserted for less than SI.
SUBSCRIBERS
Who do not receivo llielr paper regularly,
from tho Carriers or through  tho Post
Office, will confer n favor by reporting the
same to the oflice of-pub) lent lon nt once.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Now Landing U, Ward & Co,
For Seattle Str. Idaho
Auction G. Byrnes
Tenders for Painting Hand Bros,
The city council meets this evening.
The circus visits Weatmlnater on
Saturday.
The air. Rainbow left for Victoria
this morning.
Children's Circular Combs, 15 cts.,
at D. Lyal & Co's. *
Base Ball Bats, from 10 cts. upwards, at D. Lyal & Co's. *
The newest designs in Fancy Noto
Taper, at D. Lyal & Co's. *
AU the fnshionablo iced beverages, at
the "Hub," next the "Queen's."   *
Fresh Eastern and Native Oysters,
served in every style, at the Club. *
Tennis Racquets, Balls, Nets, Belts,
in great variety, at D. Lyal & Co's. #
Russell's Restaurant,  opposite  the
American    Hotol,    open   day   and
night. a9m3*
A meeting ot the rifle association
will be held at Mr. Bonson'a oflice this
evening.
Dr. C. E. C. Brown loaves Tuesday
14th inst., for Chilliwack; will return
Friday 17th. *
School Pens, 60 cts. per gross, 0
Palm Leaf Fans fur 25 cts.—at D.
Lyal & Co'a. *    '
The atr. Dunsmuii left for Nanaimo
this morniuj- with a cargo of merchandise and lumber.
200 lots on the Thorne road, from
$65 upwards at §10 per month. - W.
Reidt, Front street. *
The str. Gladys left for Chilliwack
this* morning with a largo load of
freight and 20 passengers.
The str. Rithet left for Victoria this
afternoon with 50 tons of freight and a
large number of passenger.*.
Now Stationery. Try tlio,..'Vellum
Parchment Note Envelopes. Presbyterian Hymn Books.—Miss Peebles. *
The Brunette river was tho favorite
bathing resort yestotday. Dozens of
boys had u Bwim there during tho day.
North Arm Road Lots, from $100;
Sapperton, §150; and Brownsville Acre
Lots at $100, on easv terms, at \V. J.
Walker & Co'a.      * *
Ladies' Kid Boots, Shoos.'c*uid'S*)ii|>*j
pers, in great varieties; also Ladies'
"Common Sense" Boot just to hand,
at Wm. Johnston's. *
Look out for the groat sale of lota in
tho town of Seattle, at the Mission
Bridge, on Juno 15th ttext. For particulars, apply to Wm. Reidt.       *
Six vessels are now loading lumber
for foreign ports at the Moodyville
mills and things nve fairly booming in
that hamlet. The milla commence tomorrow to run night and day.
On the Slst uf May instant, Geo.,
Byrnes, auctioneer, will Bell by public
auction, at Victoria, some valuable
farm lands ut Mud Buy, in this district.
For furthor particulars seo adv.
Mr, Frank Yorke, the Moodyvllle
stevedore, was in the city to-day for
the purpose of making arrangements
for loading tho ship MacDuff, which is
expected to arrive in port on Saturday.
D. J. Levy, of (il, Johnston Btreet,
Victoria, B. 0., is tho only agent H,
L. Gabel hns in British Columbia.
Hold your ordors; ho will ho in New
Weatmlnster on or about May Ut,
1889. *to
The ship MacDuff has gone into the
dry-dock at Esquimalt to receive some
repairs, nnd as soon as these aro
-completed she will be towed to West*
Iminster to loud lumber at the Royal
,City milts.
Town lots, ranging in price from
-8100 to $150, nn Douglas street about
one mile from the river, well situated
; and central. (§5,000 to he spent on
'improving Douglas at. this summer).—
'Hand Bnos. *
Robert Ward it Co., Wharf street,
Victoria, advertise a lot of things ex
"Gitann" and other arrivals from
Great Britain. The advt. which wilt
be found in another column, will be of
interest to our merchants.
■ Mr. H. T. Thrift laid on our table
to day a number of branches of the
salmon berry bush, all loaded with
ripe fruit, The 13th of May is early
even for minimi berries, but straw*
berries are a coitplu of weeks earlier,
- The drawing of tbe $1,000 appropriation of the Building Society on
Saturday night resulted in favor of
sharo No. 30, owned by Misa McLachlan. This Bharo wnB formerly owned
by Mr. W. H. Lewis who withdrew it
on Maroh I7ih-
A Spaniard who is known by tho
name of Maclugo, whose name has several times appeared at the police court,
was arrested to-day for an unmentionable crimo, perpetrated yosterday on a
little boy. Mnclugu was captured
after a hot chase.
Tho Kamloops Sentinel has got a
new dress and has very noticeably improved its general make-up lately.
One would judge from the appoarance
of the Sentinel that Kamloops and the
upper oountry was getting to bB "--.omo
-pumpkins," and there ean be no doubt
of'thefaot.
Stook ranoh, on Pitt River, for $3,-
600; worth at present rates 86,000;
270 acres land with improvement; 130
tores high bush land, rest prairie,
Must be sold immediately; a rare
chance for anyone with the cash; doublo
your money in 12 months. Apply to
T. J, Trapp. __*_
Children Cry for Pltcher'sCastorla
Although tho meeting at tho Y.M.C,
A. was not as largely nttonded yesterday as on previous sabbaths, still the
interest was very great and there were
more requests fur prayer than over boforo. Tho regular monthly meeting of
the association will be held on Wednesday evening.
Farini's & McMahon'B consolidated
circuB is highly mentioned -in the
papers wherever tho whito tents havo
been spread. Tho fame of tho great
Farini show is world wide, whilo Mo-
Mahon is known everywhere as always giving a performance of more
than usual brilliancy.
Tho Dominion Illustrated of May 4th
furnishes, among its fino list of illustrations, a portrait of tho gallant
Major Peters of "O" battery, Victoria,
with notes of his life, career, otc, and
a series of skotches from that versatile
ollicer's pencil, illustrating n goat hunt
in tho Rocky Mountains,
Reports wero received lust night of
a big strike on Toxada Island. Our
informant declined to stato tho oxact
whereabouts of tho find but shook his
head sagely and said ho had his reasons
for keeping the matter quiet for tho
present. We can only say we hopo it
is truo.—Friday's  Courier.
Wm. E, Mortimer was charged at
the police court this morning with assaulting a man named Exposito, Tho
latter went into iho Merchants hotel
and vomited on tho lloor, for which
Mortimer gave him a drubbing. The
provocation iu the case was eo great
that tho magistrate only imposed a
gno of Si.00 and costs.
Mr. W. Tlubaudeau O. E, has
severed his connection with Messrs. A.
J, Hill & Co., and has opened an
nllice in tho Hnmley block and is pro-
pared to do all surveying and draughting work. Mr. Thibaudeau is well
and favorably known throughout the
city, and will, no doubt, receivo a fair
share oF public patronage.
As will be scon by a notice in
another column, the steamship Idaho,
whicli was to leavo Seattle this morning for Nanaimo, Vancouver and this
port, will sail ahortly after her arrival
here, to-night or to-morrow for Seattle
direct, via Roche Harbor, carrying
any passengers that may wish to go to
the hub city of tho Sound.
Tho Royee & Lansing Musical Comedy Co,, who appear hero for ono
night. May 10, present groat variety of music and comedy, aud from all
sources wo gather nothing but praise
for their entertainment. This company, it will be remembered, made a
decided hit on the Pacific coast last
season. This season they havo nn enlarged company ami 83,000 invested
in new musical instruments. Secure
seats early.
The Experimental Farm.
At tho last meeting of the B. C.
Fruit Growers Association, Mr. W, J.
Harris, of Mumplo Pudge, said tho
government in choosing Agn-jsiz's us
the Bite for the experimental farm had
mado a vory bad choice, and that no
worse location could havo beon selected. Mr. Hutcherson, of Ladners,
differed with Mr. Harris, stating he
considered tho location admirably
adapted for the purposes of an experimental farm. Mr. Agassi*--, writing
Tub Columbian on the subject says:
"As Mr. Harris, of Maple Ridge, appears to have been entertaining tho
B. C. Fruit Growers Asaooiation with
diatribes about the unfitness of the
Bite oliosou for the Dominion experimental farm, and laments in particular
that moss grows upon the fruit trees
and that cherry blossoms are blown off
tho trees (sic), I beg to emphatically
contradict each and every statement
mado, nud have great pleasure in corroborating the remarks made by Mr.
Hutchci'sim, who is u gentleman of
large experience iu fruit culture, and
who made a careful examination of the
site of tho experimental farm some
years ago. 1 also send you somo
specimens of cherry trees, with fruit, i
cut from branches 1(1 feet long and I
loaded with fruit nearly all the way to
tho trunk, They are from a row of
seven cherry trees grown hero, a\T
equally loaded with fruit, and averaging from 30 to 40 feet high
branching out sixteen feet at tho
trunk, or 32 feet from Jtip to tip. Ono
tree measures at least 5 feet iu circumference around tho trunk four feot
from tho ground If anyone in British
Columbia has a row of trees to equal
them now is tho timo to let it be
known, Iwon'ts;iy where the moss
docs grow, but it cannot be found on
Uio trees here. I will show apple,
pear and plum trees against anyone in
tho province."
Tho cherry branches niculioned were
received at this offlco to-day and certainly thoy aro free from moss and all
signs of it, besides which they are as
heavily laden with fruit ns any we
huvo ever seen. Mr. Harris' roinarks
concerning Agassi;*, ure not founded
on personal knowledge, whilo Mr,
Hutcherson speaka from pi-raimnl observation and wido experience,
The Cnlcriilllni- Vent,
Under the new municipalities act
tho city council has the power to pnss
a by-law enforcing the destruction of
caterpillars within tho city limits. The
caterpillar peat gives promise of being
as bad as usual this year, and it would
be well for the council to enforce the
destruction of those insects for tho protection oF the mnny peoplo who are
troubled with careless neighbors.
Thrfrlelcrt Match.
THE  CHURCHES.
Siiuiinni'tt---   of   t'lty   Sermons 8polf.cn
Vi'slcrdny.
Tho cricket match on Saturday
afternoon, Canada"™ Old Country, resulted in a victory for the latter team
by a score of 52 to 51. Considering
that Canada played two men short of
its opponents the term "victory" can
scarcely bo claimed by the winners.
Tho fielding, batting and bowling were
all in favor ot Canada. Tho best
scores for lhe Old Country team were
made by Miles (1G) and Hamber (13).
A return match will bo played on Saturday next.
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Illflc Practice.
Tho Westminster Rille Association
held its first practice at Brownsville
on Saturday afternoon. The following are the scores mado, which, considering the condition of the range,
lirst practice, etc., aro  very  satisfac
tory:
J, C. Chamberlain,
A. If. Cotton,
Lieut. Mowat,
O, B. Ackerman,
.T. 8. Fraser,
,T. A. McMartin,
W. Wolfenden,
WII mott,
200     503 000 Tot'l
18 25      00
25 11      05
11) 17      03
III 18      50
Passenger Li**'.
Following passengers arrived this
morning by tho str. Rithet: Miss
Kober, Miss English, Miss Hick, Mrs,
Brown, Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Forrier,
Mrs. Murphy, J. Brady, Fairbains, N.
Morse, A. Feletoe, Wm. Gordon, F.
York, S. Reed, F. W. Foster, J. McRae, Capt. Leo, Capt. Urquhnrt, Rev.
Beaslandn,Wm. Robinson, __, T. Mcintosh, Capt. Dexter, A. Blair, D,
Brandsnti, Thos. McDonald, R, London, E. A. Sharp, D. Drysdule, W. H,
Stoves, W, H. London, T, Sherman,
E. Goudy, J. H. Stiraky, R. Alexander, McEwon, M. M. English, T.
McNeely, E. A. Wndhams. She also
brought 170 tons of freight.
The Mcli-iltH Hunt-i*.
Tho inqucBt on tho remains of jNIc-
holla, who wns murdered at Moody*
vilte somo eight yoars ago, did not result in any definite information being
procured and it was adjourned till
Wednesday evening to allow Constable
Calbick to hunt up somo fresh evidonco, Tho Indiana who woro witnesses at tho inquest showed great reluctance in giving their evidence and it
was only too plain to those who understand Indian character that thoy were
keeping back tho information sought.
Constable Calbick has the case m hand
and bo is determined that the guilty
Indians will yet bo brought to justice,
and Iho chances are tbat he will succeed. Mr. Calbick left for Blaine this
aftornoon to hunt up frosh evidence in
the case. _
Toasted and Kmoltcd.
On Friday night last, in Nanaimo, a
banquet was tendered to Mr. J. A,
Strong, on the occasion of his resignation of (he editorial chair of the Na*
naimo Courier, All tho notabilities of
tho "black diamond" cily wero present to do honor to tho guest of the
evoning, who was warmly toasted and
caned. Tho cane wasn't a cane, however, for the reason, probably, that the
honored recipient waa strong enough
but took the form of a gold mounted
cigar case nnd an elegant amber cigar
holder, all of which wore suitably acknowledged. A melancholy reflection
suggested by this otherwise pleasant
incident, is that editors nover seem to
be appreciated until thoy resign or die,
or in somo way vamoose. Can it bo
that tho handsome ovations and largo
funerals on suoh oooasions are an ox*
presston of the community's pleasure
at tho occurrence ?   We hope not.
HOLY TRINITY OHUBOH,
Rev.   Phillip   Woods oilieiatcd at
Holy Trinity church last night, taking
for his text I Kings 18th e,   21st v:—
And Elijah came unto all the  peoplo
and said:   How long halt yo  between
two opinions? if the Lord be Gud, ful-
luw Him, but if Baal, then follow him.
"These words, dear frionds, were spoken by tlie great  prophet Elijah  on
Mount Oarmel- in tho hearing  of  an
immense concourse   of people.   All
Israel was there and 450 prophets, but
only ono  true  prophet.   Tlio  great
question to bo decided  was whether
Jehovah or  Banl was God.   'If  tho
Lerd be God, follow   him.'   That was
tho advice Elijah gave Israel, and   so
the children of Israol in that crisis decided on Jehovah.   And to-night my
friends a decision has got to be made;
God is on ono side, sin  on the other,
which will you choose? If the Lord bo
God, follow Him, if sin be  right, follow it.   You und 1 are  Christians, do
we do what Christianity demands  of
us? Yes, sometimes.   Once iu a while
wu bring a child to  bo  baptized, and
we follow tho Christian ceroinonies of
marriage and  burial.   In  theso ways
wo show our Christianity.   In   everything else Christianity demands, how
do wo comply with it?   How;often do
we road God's holy word, and how often do we do those many things wo are
called on to do?   We  neither respect
or embraco Christianity.   Why do wo
not stand up for the  religion wo aro
bound to profess?   Some  any  *I  am
young nnd will livo many  a year,  so
there is time enough to  look  to the
welfare of my soul.'   Otheraaay: 'The
cures of lifo are too many and great, 1
haven't time.'  Othors evade tho question by saying:   'We do not intend to
die as we nre living.   Wo do not lond
a proper life, but iho  timo will  como
when wo will do bettor.'   It i3  not
right to olass all peoplo  as  believers
and non-believers for there is a middle
class—tho  waverers.     These go on
from day to day waiting the  convenient season  that   never  amies,   and
when death approaches they  are  not
ready.    Tho waverer says:   'Yes, I
will work in God's vineyard,   but  ho
does not.   Is this class  represented
hero to-night?   If it is, may tho Lord
have mercy on them.   Thero are mon
hore who at baptism promised  to lend
a good life, but they  havo  failed  in
their promise.   How aro we  living if
wo perish ovorlastingly?   No person in
this church will  perish  oxcept  as  u
Christian,   Everyone of you have had
thu opportunities and havo  failed   to
make uso of them.   Tho atheist  can
havo consistency but tho waverer cannot.   The wavorer'a inmost conscience
tells him he is living an  inconsistent
life.   'Tako first tbe kingdom of God
and all others will bo added unto you.1
Wu must not delay then to  mako the
choice of tho  sido wo are  going  to
cliooso.    I  ask  you  to look at tho
cross;   wna    tlioro    any   hesitation
there?     No   Jesus Christ drank the
bitter cup unhesitatingly for you and
for me.   You have a sont Gud gave to
uso to His glory-—how nro you using it?
Can you take thnt which in God's nnd
uso it for tho devil's purposes?   Surely
not; then let us decide  between  tho
two,   Wo go on serving God a little
and tho devil tho rest.    What you and
I wavor botweon is everlasting life and
everlasting damnation.   Wo dceidu for
hell while wo nre wavering for boaven.
The lesson is that wo must make the
best uso of tho present.   Thero is no
use  talking of  to-morrow or yeara
hence, for you havo not 5 minutes to
spare.   So you who nre doubting remember this and mako your choice before the night is past.   If the Lord be
God, follow him.
11APTIST CHURCH,
At tho Baptist church last evoning
tho pastor, (Rov. Thos. Baldwin) spoke
abont "It-aac," from Gen. 21st chap.
3rd verse and pari 12th vorae and
various connecting sentences in Gen.
12th chap. He said : Aftor tho birth
and early lifo of Isaac, God called Abraham to Hicniiice him. For somo
reason or other tho tolling of Iho story
of Isaao is the most difficult in scripture, principally bucause it contains
promises of some of the largest Ideas-
ings tbat will be bestowed nwny in tho
unknown future, and until then their
full import and effect will not bo
known. Yet tho Lord left data alone
tho line whereby thoBo already realized
givo ground on which to found a great
mnny hopes and draw a groat mnny
lessons, Abraham has a promise from
God when he is 75 years old, and waits
25 years oro Isaao is bom, and thon he
waits 25 years moro in intorest of the
bringing up of his offspring; then God
calls him to sacrifice Isaac.   We see in
the act of sacrifice Abraham illustrating the world, with the sword of justice drawn and majesty calling for life,
when Buddenly a hand is  thrust  out
staying the uplifted weapon about to
strike, and n voice rings out in clarion
toncB "Hold, lay not tliino hand upon
the lad."   Then a ram is produced out
of the thicket, to bo offered ua a substitute, representing the coming Saviour, illustrating tho coining intention
of God tho Father, and in the deliverance of Isaac, giving to future generations a sign of tho manner jn which
they should bo saved, giving to ub a
symbol of the way in which  wo  are
saved under tho law by tho sacrifice of
Jesus  Christ.      Here  tho  reverend
gentleman  pictured the  sacritice  of
Christ and the impossibility of cscapo,
such as was afforded Isaac.   Then continued :   Isaac stood in line with tho
promises of tho Most High, involving
so much blessing reserved nnd methods
employed.   Tho trouble in ottr worship
is, our faith does not  tako  up   what
intervenes between us and   God;   wo
nro willing to believe thero iB a God-
devils boliove thi*:---but thoro aro aome
Christians who  take  up  specialities,
and,    while    they    seem    to    bo
in tho midst of promises, yet never
boo tho other side of theso  promises,
and do not fully contemplate the conditions surrounding them,   they murmur nt  the  conditions,  and want tn
select the time, place and  method  in
wliich the change shall tako placo under the promises andpledges given by
God.   What  has Ood promised?   I
want you to understand clearly  and
fully that God  never  promises  substantially except for body  as well  as
souls.   Here is a distinct promise  of
"the land;"   yet it  is hardly  understood, and therefore not valued  as it
•should be.   Christians (some of them)
are so ethereal that thoy think because
they are cleansed of sin  that  by and
bye they will vanish into thin air; yet
existing, where,  they  hardly  know.
There is tied up in ovory promiao tbo
substantial land to bo  inherited  and
peopled    by    united    bodies    and
souls throughout all eternity.   Josus
in   Hia   talk   to His   disciples   on
tbo mount told   them "Blessed are
the meek, for thoy shall  tnheret  the
earth."   Now, has this been  fulfilled
here? No; nor it was  nover intended
to be; this earth haa been a  field  of
strife-, a battlo ground, and the  meek
havo heen  subjected  to  gibbet  and
rack and the borrow of the inquisition, and if you understand this  promise to refer to this earth your  hope
will never be fulfilled; it refers  to   a
new hoaven and a new earth,   whero
the pure in heart Bhall see God.   True,
we see Him in spirit now; but  then
wo shall dwell with Him, and continually our natural eye shall see the King
in his beauty and wo ahall realize in
tho land that seethed very far  off tho
abounding of tho changeless covenant
of God.   Man, whoso mortality was
used, just as  an incident  along  tho
line, will witness  "Death  swallowed
up in victory" and God'a promises consummated in  revealing   His  original
purposes fulfilled.   How is this to  bo
accomplished?    Liko    Himsolf,    in
methods.   Picture Him as a father,
burying Hia hopes in  His  only  Son
upon tho altar of sacrifice—Abraham
saved his son  but   Mine cannot  be
saved—He must drink—He did drink
—tbo dregs of the oup of misory.   He
did dio—alone—bore our sins  in  His
body upon tbo treo—that theae bodies
of ours might become  immortal; that
wo might be aaved,  body  and  soul.
Recognise that there is no time  whon
man won't bo somewhere,   body  and
bouI, and when a Christian  gives  up
the idea that we shall be like  Him, a
copy of tho Ideal Man, the first  fruit,
changlosa,    his   hopo   ia  only  half
grounded.   The rev. gentleman closed
a thrilling discourse with nn appeal to
hiB hearors not to  question  tho  promises, but to take and use  them, and
find that God, who  freely  gavo  His
Son, gives salvation, grace and mercy,
and by and by,  in  iho  reaurrection
morning, awakening from   tho  doad,
they will join in perpetually living iu
tho unity of a glorified manhood.
Tenders for Painting
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED UP
to Munday. Mny voiti, Inst., at 10 o'clock a. in., for tho Painting of tlie Cleveland Hotol, outside.
Specifications at RAND BROS.' Office.
Now Westminster, May 13,1889.   dmylBtd
For Seattle Direct.
T^B   STaAHSHII>
WHIOH WAS TO LEAVE SEATTLE
this (Monday) morning for .Westminster, Via Roche Harbor, Nnnaimo nnd
Vnncouvor, will sail from this port for
Seattlo, via Roche Harbor, shortly after
her arrival hore, lo-iilRht 'trio-morrow,
carrying passengers, For rates of passage
' APPLY ON BOARD.
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C. BYRNES,  -  AUCTIONEER.
AUCTION.
Farm Lands, Mud Bay.
Tf ES1IAY, 31st MAY. 12 Noon.
BY ORDER OK THE MORTGAGEE, I
will Hell, nt my Salesroom, Fort and
Lnngloy Streets, Viotoria,
171   AORBS
(Except half-aero grunted for school), being the fractional north linlf of H-wll'in 11
(Eleven), Township ft (Five), New Westminster District,
Title, Crown Grant. 81,000 of the purchase money can remain on mortgage nt
8 per cent per annum.
Full particulars can bo obtained from
J. J, Elwood, Seininhmoo or Boundary
Bay, and E. M.Johnson, 80Government
Stroet, Victoria, or tho Auctioneer.
G. BYRNES,
AOOTIONBEIl.
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Accountant'. Oflice, Diocese of N.W.
Oity Auditor., I860,1887 and 1888,
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AGENTS   B,  LAURANCE'S   SPECTACLES
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
g-JOPfGS
pOYS' OLOTHING.
We have now the most complete stock of Boys' and
Youths' Clothing on the Mainland. We have not 5,000 suits
but can supply all the boys of Westminster.
SEE OUR $2 SUIT, ITS A BEAUTY for the MONEY
SUITS, ANY PRICE UP TO 87.00.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,  , ■     Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
A Pleasing Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows thohbo of Syrup o( Figs, aa ib
acts gentry on tho
Kidneys, Liver W> Bowels
Effectually Cleansing tho System-whon
Costive or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and pormanontly curing
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION
without weakening or irritating tho or-
aans On m\,le. it acts.
vet sole in tie bottles liy All Leading
Druggists,
MA-TCFAUIUUBD OM.1' BT TUB
OALiroBHi a na stbtjp ao
*-o«T.Tn,i,s,Kr., m-rYoM.1*,*
BOYS' STRAW HATS.
Good strong School Hats for 25 cts. All kinds in stock
from 10 to 75 cents. Parents should see our stock and fit
the boys for summer before May-day.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
COLUMBIA STREET.
Clearing Out Sa
 OF	
GENTS' GL0TH1N
 AND	
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R. J. ARMSTRONG,
X_BJ-.2_.B-_   XX7
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERYJUTTER A SPECIALTY.
3La"bxa*-lox "Herring's,
*M!aclsexel, Salt God,
jSwrxxioiax's TJxic. He--as,
-A-xnao-ar's TJzic. Bacon.
Flour. Bran.. Snorts,
ITHIG1IEST PKIOES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE.
noidwiy Soouliar-Armstrong Blook, Columbia St.
HATS and CAPS.
WE HAVE DETERMINED TO RETIRE  FROM THIS BRANCH; OF
om- business, the whole of our available room boing required for oar increasing trnilo in GENERAL and FANCY DRAPERY, kc., anil wo now offer our
entire stoek of Gentlemen's Clothing nnd Hats nnd Cans for the next
"DISCOUNT OF 20 PER GENT., FOR GASH.
*3T Our Stock Is all now, woll soleotcd and of fin-t-elass quality and stylo,
t-VTIils ia a GENUINE SALE and the wholo stouk must bo cleared.
W. & C. WOLFENDEN,
dwselOto Corner Columbia k Mary Streets.
BON MARCH E.
" SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER -t- SHADWELL.
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