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Array aOT-rement-rrinting offi"
AILY
Columbian.
VOLUME 6
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 19, 1889.
NUMBER Ui
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
T. O. ATKINSON,
QAREI8TElt,S0LI01T0It, An. Ofllcos-
D Masonlo Building, Now WOBUniuster,
1. C. Uwto
fli'.MST!'.J-iG A ECKSTEIN,
BARRISTERS,   SOLICITORS.   ETC.-
Masonlo BuUtllug,  New Wt-Htmln-
'   ■, B, 0. clwmy-lto
v>
W. KOtUHAH I'.iiUi:,  (l.C,
AnRlS'fEH-AT-I-AW.LANDAGEN'.
Money to Loan. Office—Ultirk&on St.,
ew Westminster, B. 0. . dte
ClH-KiK i,l>, Hcl'dLl, -A -1!'->V*,
DARRISTERS. SOLIOITOUB, clc. 0111-
D  cen-Masoiiio Buildings! New west*
n luster, and Vancouver, B-'O.'        tlwto_
A. C. OrtYDOKE-JACIL, M.A,
CTOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,
Jl Ac. Barrister of the Now Brunswick
lupremo Court. Olllco lu llie Hiuiiley
In lillng, Columbia St., opiiokHh tho Ool-
rr-' 1 Hoiol. ili.pStn
JOSEPH K.GAYK01t,K.A„I.l..«.
10LIJ MEDALIST of llie Unlvcrt-Itj of
Jf Dublin. IJARIUHTKR-AT LAW of
'Go High Court of Justice, Irelnnd. Oillces,
■"■orner MoKonzlo & Cinrlcion Hts., Now
VoBtminater. dwfeSlto
0. II GATEWO0l>, D.D.<*.,
laUHGEON DENT1ST-A Grailuato of
D tlm Baltimore Dental Colli-go, laiu-e-
im-il to do nil kinds or Iiet.tnl work, Of-
cn over M'-I-eunan ft Melt-eel*,-j- liard-
-iirc store, 13'2 Cordova HI., Vancouver,
I. o. dtipilOLo
    -"""
O, IV. GllANT,
\ RCHITECT.   onine-CornorMarynn
-\   Clarkson His,, Wcytinlnsler.    dwtc
V
CLOW  <-, MACLURE,
RCIIITECTH. OfikG-Hoom E, over
Hankof B. CCoiumbiaHtrei-t.West-
tcr, dto
WILLIAM   It. KING,
. RCIIiTECT.SANITAUYENaiNEER,
A &c Removed to Ai-m si rone's Block,
olumbia Streot, Westminster-— Room
o. 2. dto
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of the bost makes; Cross-cut A Hand-Saws,
Barbed Wire for Poncing, and all the necessary Utensils for Farming)
Pulley Mocks, Snatch Blocks, Rope & Chain iif all sizes; Pitch,
T»r & Oakum) Tarred and Plain Paper for Bulldlngi Paints A Otis
in all colors; Liquid Points 111 all shiilcs; Floor Paints ready touse; (irllld
Ktoncst Wall Paper iu all designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating" Oils* Traps of all description", and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
t_r __.d_l attention given to orders by mail.
rr. T. TEAPP SO CO.,
dwjly3to Columbia Street, New Westminster.
GRANT & MACLURE.
©ots & Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
*iV. TIllBAUDEAti-,
ANT) SURVEYOR ANB DRAUGHTS'
t man.  Hamloy Blook, Kew Westmln-
', B. 0. dmyloto
y
A. V. ('OTTOS,
OMINION and PROVINCIAL LAND
1 HUHVHYOtt. Oilice: HooinD.Bank
B. 0.building, Weatmlnater, B.O.
«. I'XTrEXimitill,
>EAL ESTATE BROKER and County
"4, Court Anent. Commissioner, Notary
'ublii'.Ac.   Renin collected.   Odlce—Mc-
■'■ir/.lo Htreet, Now WeBtmlnster, B. 0.
T. .7. TIIAPP,
UCTIONEEIt    AND     APPRAISER.
Columbia .street, New Westminster.
|'|  com missions   will   receive   prompt
naroful attention.    Heat re'oreiiutB
ii wlie11 required; mlil**-to
TI'KNKH, 11 EH TON A CO.,
I/TERCIIANTS. Wharf St., Vlctotia.
ii Agenta for Norlh British and Mer-
Rulllo Insurance Co. for Mainland, H.
1 Ui'r/roN A Co., 99 Klnsbury Circus, Lon-
tn.E. (1 Jto
V,_
PEARSON
luteal  Estate  Brokers aud
Financial Agents.
STENTS FOR
■j lon fetter ntl on Life AESOelntlou of
\    Toronto.
felnynl nml L-mcRuhtve Fire Insur-
~»--e Co:-:inii*.L'i.
jrA.Valuable Lots for Riilo in tho City
Ed District of Wcstmlnfitgri and choice
It** In the City of Vancouver.''   ''"
M'crsons wishing to buy or Bell city or
Vrul properly should coniiuunlcate with
futllccs: Bankof B.C.biiiltllti***,opposite
Islolllco, WcsLminstor,and Hustings St.,
|i ncouver. dwapiill c
RAND^BROS.
BiL BSTATJa DllOKtEUa,
Coiivc-j-an--i-.ru. Hi-llei-tor.*,
.''h-:
And i.i-iiiiM.m-r- Agent**,
NEW WESTMINSTER:  Corner
VoKou/.le and Clarkson Hts.
VAN *IHTVi:i:. Cordova  Mtroet.
LONDON -England.
|*UILD1NU LOTS for sale in all sections
vnncouvor and New WcsltuliislorCIIy.
I'AltM LANDS of superior quality for
Je at Chlillwhaek, Port tl-immoiul,
fnglcy, Matsqui, Humas, Mud Bny,Lad*
B-'s Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
fd Pitt River.
Klapsand Plans exhibited and the full-
t Information furnlsbed ut nil our ofllces,
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
ar.  s.  M-iuLNrei£>i*>t=_
MERCHANT
Columbia Street,
TAILOR.
New Westminster.
Globe House I
TTJST      I2*E!C*E]I,V-Ei*D,
The Latest Novelties in Ladies'
Straw Hats aod Bonnets,
Silk Dolmans
and Mantles,
mMMSLmWm MMlMMm   tBMJzMMSm
This powder nover varleti. A nu-rvel of
purlty.BtrenirthandwRblosohiehoss. More
economical than the ordinary IiiikIh, nnd
cannot bo Hold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short, weight alum
or phosphate powders, Sold only in cans,
Royal BAKING Powder Co., 100 V/nll St..
New York. ,ifely
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
A Point of Honor.—Teacher:
"Adams do you know who made
that noise]" Adams (who is tho
guilty ono): "I know, but I do not
Hko to toll." Teacher: "You nre a
gentleman, sir."
The Sultan of Turkey madly desires n legal release from 289 of his
300 wives. By coming to Chicago
with his martial woes the accomplishment of his desiro would be easy
and peaceable. Plenty of local attorneys would be willing to take the
whole batch of cases ut reduced
rates,—Chicago Journal,
m TO BENT
ON ST. PATIUOK'S SaUABE; 5 rooms,
S7 per montli.  Apmy to
tljolto J. K. SUU.EY.
TO RENT.
ALAItCIE  B.UIN  TO  HUNT, Willi a
good well of wntir.   Applv to
iljoutc MUS. E. QOLD.
OPIi'IOES   IN   THE   ARMSTRONG
llloclt.    Amtly to
W. J. ATIM-1TRONO.
djoloto SliorlfT.
TO RENT.
A PLEASANT ROOM FOR TWOQKN-
tlomon.with or without  i-onrd, In
prlvato family.   Apply nl third house up
tho hill, left hand sltlo of Douglas street.
 dJolOto
W. BOVILL,
eal Esiale agent
AND CONVEYANCER.
MW WESTMINSTKUi-omce, aincken-
j zle Stroot.
IvNCOUVER: — Oflice,  Abbott   Slreet,
I near Cordova Street,
i'lill List of City and Suburban Pro*
ii-iy.
f*arllcular attention paid to Farming
Inds.
jvecurato Information to correspond-
'8. dwmyflyl _
ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
livil Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
llANGIAL, SHIPPING &'COMMISSION AGENTS
Fire. Life AMai-ltinliiHurancc.
[IjlomiuaBt,, • Opp. Colonial Hotei,
NEW WESTMINSTEB, B. C.
litVE PEUSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
nf tenilou to all prOfOSBlouttl ordors and
I'-uiur their services to ivsidi-nis and non-
Ksidonts Uavlng Oily or Country Property
I dispose of or doslrlng pvolUable InveHt-
■ont.
Hour lists of ollgimo properties nro eom-
T-ehenslvo nnd constantly recclvlngaddl-
J-iiiM,alnloiir favorable eastern coune***
■ons both In canadii anil tin* Atlanllc
Ttateaglvo us unusual facilities for busl-
less.
I special all'iillon will be paid to the
Iiin-hase and Inspection of Lumber for
plpmonl to foreign ports. Tonnage ehar-
l-i-cil and general shipping buulness Irans-
2j:-ess*rs.
|iHacpherson & Thomson
0( Ontario nml Marqnolto, Michigau,
hnvo ononou- n
IH THE HOLBROOK BLOCK,
Columbia Street, _ doors Enst
of Telcgrnvli Office.
1 Tliey lmvo n coinploto itssortment of
JverytlilnB nsunlly fonnil In n, llrHt-class
Ijrui,' Wlnm, comprlslnu pure mul fresh
9RUQS, CHEMICALS,
PATENT MEDICINES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
•NQLISH, FRENOH AND
AMERIOAN PERFUMES.
J Physicians' proscriptions oarofullyeom-
I iiimiileil ilny und niglit. rcOTillin
EREDEM!-V£R, Dit, PH.
(Lato Partnorof John MoVlckor)
jJMNINO ENGINEER, U.S. * PROVIN-
CIAL8UUVEY0U, A ASSAYEH.
Bt»*Rellablo reportn, underground sur-
"yeysnnd lnapsoi" mlnos fixoonted allow
Jrnto.-i. AKxaysmndeou all kinds of lnln-
lernls, raid and silver burs. Thirty years'
fioxpi'i-lcnce In mining In Asia, Europe
mmd United Hlatos of America. Speaks
■ ton languanes. Assays from n iMhIiiiico
1 promptly attoudod lo. Address Vnnoou-
|Ver,H.C. ddolRo
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
——*——
nsurance and Financial
JL.€3r-_E_JSr*___?&_.m
OFFIOOS a
NEW WESTMINSTER, °?%$
VANCOUVER,
RCLAtlKSON
ENZIE STS.
CORNER CORDOVA AND
ABBOTT STREETS,
—ANn-
ANOERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG. ,07 cannon st.
Farming Lands/Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property*
Lot facing on Columbia and Front Sts,,
in central portion of tho eity; soveral
buildings brinR good rent—$22,000.00.
Lot 4, Bloek 7. near Lytton Square,
G(txl32 feot, fronting on Columbia and
Front St9.-~86,000,00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., 33x011 feet—
$4,000.00,
Also—Lot aud Building with stock of
Goods, ono of tbo best business stands
in the eity.
ImprovedResidentiai Property
Lot 15, Bloek 13; two bouses rented at
paying figures—$4,500.00.
Houso aud Lot on Lome St., noar Columbia—$1250.00.
Lots 4, fi k 0, Block 10; good houso,
garden, kc; choice residence proporty
-$5,250.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St.; fenced and
cleared—$1500.00.
Houso nnd Lot ou Columbia St.; ono of
tho finest residences In tlio city—$7,*
000.00.
Houso and Lot on Royal Avenue, noar
Douglas St.—$!2,000.00.
Houso and ,1 Lots, cornor Royal Avonuo
nnd St. Patrick's St.; no bottor residenco Bita in tha city—$10,000.00.
I uoro, with 7 houses, near the Park—
$0,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Blook 28; corner lot on Agues Ht.;
fino residence sito-$1200.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avenue—$500.00 eaeh.
Lots ou Montreal, Douglas aud Halifax Sts,, near Clinton St.; fine views
and well situated—$.150.00, $375.00,
$500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton-
$300.00.
Lot 0, Sub-Block 10; fine residenco lots-
$250.00.
Lots on Pelham St..
each.
near Mary—$600.00
Lot on Pelham St., near St. Andrew's;
fino slte-8500.00,
Lot on St. John's St., noar Melbourne—
$350.00.
Lot in St. Andrew's Squaro -$300.00.
Lots in Blook fronting on North Arn
road; finest chanco in tbo market fo*
residence or speculation-$125.00 t<
$175.00,
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Bloc
12-S00.00 to $125.00.
Lot ■ in Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bine
13-8100.00 mob.
Lots in Westminster Addition nt $15,00
to $50.00.
Timber hmuls for Mc.
!HE DISCOVERER'S INTEREST IN
_ about.9,000 acres of lira-class Timber
lumls, principally Plr.
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE.
Now "West., B. C, Juno 11,1680,   djol2ml
T
Liu
TO LEASE.
THE UNION HOTEL, opposito Masonic
and Oddfellows1 Block.
For particulars, apply at tbo
MAINLAND RESTAURANT,
djelml New Wcst-nintuor,
In a theatre at Ashton, England,
during tho performance of a melodrama, an excited woman threw hor
bonnet at tho "villain" on the stnfle
w^o was strangling one of tho characters. The applause following her
action was uproarious, tho most of it
coming from the gentlemen who flat
immediately in the roar of tbe bonnet.
A BAD SHOWING.
The Uuion Paciiic Bailway Makes
a Bad Showing.   Largo Decrease in Earnings.
Burke, the Man Arrested in Winnipeg, is tho Man who Murdered Cronin.
He Makes a Full Confession
tho   Winnipeg   Chief
of Police.
First-class Prairie Farm
- FOR SJ__l_.__i.
SUPEnBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND. North Arm, Frnsfr Itlverj coil-
tulnllil,'iliOiii!iTsof tliofliicfit/iiriiiliigluiid
fn Hit, iionmr.v; all .lykc-.l, well I'll proved,
good buildings, good orellurd (uoitrlng).
For further information onqulre of
MAIOK* PEARSON.
dmy20[e New Westminster.
Plants for Bale!
C3 2K2.1K3 J___u *£»
InOkeat Variistv, Including,
GERANIUMS. Doublo and Single; FU-
CHIAH. nil uew varieties; HOSES,
Doublo PETUNIAS, MOON-FLOWERS:
a line collection ot DAHLIAS (named
varlelles). ANNUALS, L'"i els. por doi*.
Mixed BEDDING PLANTS, $1.60 per dOB-J
I otrer 101'lunls tur Si, im-liullng 1 Storm
King f-'uoliln. Bouquets, Wreatbs nnd
Crosne$ mado to order. Fruit, Vegetables
ami Flnworn al St&rfl, noxt Oily Hotel, Columbia St, Ordors by mull promptly intended lo       L'lwap"vlj      I*. B-.miAH.
UnWiciCO.
Chemists & Druggists,
Queer's Hotel Blook    -    New Westminster
A CHOICE LIKE OP
Brushes,
Combs,
Sponges,
TOILET
Perfumes,
Sachet Powd'rs
Soaps,
ARTICLES.
A singular divorce caso has just
taken place in Lon" Island. Some
timo ago a certain MissBIankin was
about to bo married. The time approached, the guests assembled, but
tho prospective bridegroom did not
put in an appearance. In this dilemma John Jordan, who had been celebrating freely, stepped forward and
said that not wishing to disappoint
the company ho would marry the
bride himself. She assented and the
wedding took pluce. A few days
afterward Jordan repented of his
bargain, and is now trying to have
the marriage annulled on the ground
that he did not know what ho was
doing when tho ceremony took place.
The editorial mind of New York
city has worked down to a consideration of the effect upon what is
said to be the "obscure, tortuous and
inaccurate prose style" of Chief Justice Fuller, on account of his personal
attention to a brilliant und immonse
mustache. Kxtracts are given from
his decisions, so prolix, confused,
mixed in metaphor, and inexcusably
bungling, that it may well bo doubted if tho Chief Justice could pass tho
Civil Servico requisitions astogram**
mar. This burial of ideas under a
multitudinous freshet of words is by
tho New York journals attributed in
part to a habit of constantly nursing
and arranging his elongated and imposing mustache.
A Sunday school paper published
in Uoston tells a pretty stiff story
abouj1' nn English sparrow. It is to
the effect that a Boston small boy
recently gave some sparrows a veiy
hard cracker, on which they could
mnko no impression. After picking
at it in vain for awhile one of the
sparrows took the cracker in his bill,
and flying with it to the horse-car
track, carefully laid it on tho rail.
Then all tho sparrows waited until
a car came along and crushed it,
when thoy flew to the spot with
great glee and ate tho pieces. Now,
this story may be true* bub if any
Sunday school boy should refuse to
beliove it wo hope ho won't bo disciplined for his incredulity.—Ex,
Prescriptions and Family Rooipes carefully dispensed from puro Drugs,
Nlglif iti ll alt end 11 nee. dapllc
Loiitai, Harris
so co.
INSURANCE
—-rANl*—
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact nil Business relating to
Roal Estate,
—AQENTS FOR—,
London Assurance Corporation.
Coniiuctlr-tit Firo Insurance Oo. or
Hartford.
London and Lnncnshlrn Lifo Assur-
nnco Co.
Canton Insurance OQlco, lid. (Mnrine)
OFFICES!
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwaoHyl
Russia lias in Contral Asia trans*
portable schools. As in Western
Turkestan, especially in tho villages,
there exist no Russian schools, tho
government transformed special cars
of the Trans-Caspian Railroad into
schoolrooms, occupied by one or two
teachers. These cars are moved
from one station to another, where
they stop for several hours, during
which time the school-children visit
the car, receivo instruction in Russian grammar and writing, and the
next train carries the school-car to
another placo. It is expected that
this institution will be extended to
Bokhara, and tho Jews of that city
are very anxious to profit thereby
and havo their children instructed
in Russian.
"I wonder how many peoplo know
that Victoria the Uood, ns it has
boen suggested tlie Queen of England shall be called, when she fell in
love had to do tho proposing for herself 1" said on Americanized Englishman the other day, "I was much
interested in roading, recently, tbe
account of her botrothol, It had
always been expectod that sho and
her cousin Albert would eventually
mako a match of it. Whon tboy
woro botli about eighteen years old
he visited England, but did not
mako much impression ou tho nowly
crowned queen, However, threo
years later ho mado up his mind to
a "now-or never" game, and with
hir. brother visited her at Windsor
Castle, Like moro humble lovers,
he was placed in a rathor embarrassing predicament by the non-
arrival of his luggage, und was thus
prevented from dining with her
Majosty on his first evening as her
guest. Por five days did Viotoria
study him, and then, after first telling her adviser, Lord Melbourne,
what she had decided to do, she
sent for Albert, saying that she
desired to seo him particularly. Ono
account of the affair, certainly valuable for its brevity, roads as follows:
What the Queen told him was that
sho loved him with her whole heart,
id that sho desired to be his wife,'
Sho was accepted without hesitation,
as any good-looking sovereign of
twenty might have hoped to have
been, and so tbey were married,"—
Ex.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian oilice, Pricei will be
found as low as at any other office in
the provlnoe —Adv,
A BAD SHOWING.
Boston, Juno 19.— -Official statement for tho Union Pacific for April.
The entire system including linen in
which tho company has n half interest,
shows (-rosB earnings of $2,763,701);
decrease frum tho samo month Inst
yoar 844,020. Not earnings 8895,054;
docreaso 8370,030. For tho four
months ending April 30th., groeB earnings 910,259,945; decrease §1,904,309.
Net earnings $2,865,373, decrease
$991,603.
PASSEKGEltS.
SanFaancisco, Ouue 19.—Tho str.
Cily of Puebla sailed for Viotoria this
morning with ihe following passengers:
Mies S. Beaucliamp, A. J. Smith, A.
F. BerntzliofT, D M. Kennedy, 0.
Wiudmiller, Mrs. Westphalen, J. W.
Sauward, L. Fauth, W. M. Bramhall.
BEIPMNO.
San Francisco, June 19.—Arrived:
Bark Seminole, from Port Moody; str.
Wellington from Depart uro Bay; Ote-
(•011 from Portland. Sailed: Ship Kate
Davenport for Port Blukeley.
TKUE UILL AGAINST   UUBKE.
Chicago, Juno 19.—The t-raud jury
to-day presented an indictment against
Marshal Delaney, alias Martin Burke,
charging him with the murder of Dr.
Cronin. Tho indictment is on two
counts, tbo first being for the unqualified chargo of murder, and tho
second for alleged conspiracy to do
murder. The indictment also names
Frank Woodruff, Dan Coughlin, P.
O'Sullivan, and other unknown persons as couspmitors. When the indictment was handed to Judge Shepard
hu glanced at it, thou handed it to the
clerk, who at once retired to Clerk
Gilbert's oflice to make out tho final
papers necessary for taking proceedings to oxtradito Bruke, who is now
in jail at Winnipeg. Immediately after returning tho indictments the
grand jury resumed session and examined J. D, Baggorty, who said that
Alex. Sullivan stated to him in 1885
that Cronin was a dangerous man to
have in Irish organizations, and should
be got rid of in some manner.
FIIEIG1IT HOUSE BURNED.
Buffalo, June 19,—The central
freight house, on Ohio street, extending from Cincinnati to Chicago Btreets
and Ohio street to Buffalo creek, waB
entirely destroyed by firo this morn-
iny. Tho firo originated in tbe engine
room, and spread so rapidly that in a
fow minutes the wholo freight house
was in flames, and the 160 men working inside had to run for their lives.
The building burned liko tinder. A
number of men workinc; woro severely
burned. Wm. Dean, foreman, was
badly burned about the head, faco and
hands and wns carried out by somo
freight hands. Frank Carpenter, a
freight laborer, and A, J. Irish, K. E.
Auks, employees, were also seriously
burnod.   Losb about $150,000.
AGAINST PROHIBITION.
Hakbisbukg, Pa,, Juno 19.—Late
returns indicate that the majority in
tho state against prohibition is nearly
two hundred thousand. The prohibition leaders say they will not abandon tho fight against the liquor traffic,
and will at once reorganize a new campaign basis on which will be not to
vote for any mau for office from town
constable to president «f United States
who in not openly pledged in advance
to prohibition.
bio Fina.
Jeiisey City, N. J., June 19.—Firo
started to-day in Wallace's machine
tdiops and apnud to three buildings
adjacent, all of which were gutted.
Loss on buildings $70,000. The loss
on machinery and tools is heavy.
afxeu an accomplice.
San Fhancisco, June 19.—John B.
Kenny, the young man who was arrested in Busuiu yesterday on chnrgo
of embezzling $4,800 from Wells Fargo & Co. at San Joso, iu this state, by
mean* of a forged check, had an accomplice named Thus. J. Williams,
The police till ovor the country hnvo
been notified 10 look cut for him.
not adelina.
Paws, Juno 19. —-The report that
Adolina Patti ia seriously ill is untrue;
it iaOurldtta Patti.
the iught man.
Tdlaue, Cala., Juno 19.—Deputy
fahoiiirCutiniiigham, of Lincoln, Ills.,
arrived here this morning and identified W, W. \Vrice, arrested a fow daya
ago as tho man wanted in Lincoln for
the murder of a child. Cminiugliam
hai brought lho necessary pnper-i nud
will take his prisoner back in a day or
two.
ANOTJIElt FIUE.
Ba«lston, N. Y„ Juno 19,—Four
stores and two barns wero burned
here this morning,
VESSELS  ASHOKE.
Duluth, Minn., June 19,—The
fino steamship, City of Cleveland, nnd
tho schooner John Martin, aro ashore
at Two Harbors, badly damaged.
TRAIN ACCIDENT.
Pittsburo, June 19.—The second
section of No. 9 mail westbound on
tho Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St, Louis
railway jumped the track across tho
river from Steubonvillo, Ohio, about
11 o'clock this morning. Soveral
coaches woro wrocked, two persons
killed and seven injured.
WHEAT.
New York, Junn 19,—Wheat, Juno
82*\; July 82jJ: August 82|.
San Francisco, -Tune 19.—Wheat
quiet; buyer'89. 1331;   buyer season, .
ISOg. seller '89, 125}.
TUB CONSTELLATION   ASHORE.
Norfolk, Juno 19,—The U. S. ship
Constellation lies easy this morning,
her head to the north-east aa a result
of tho abatement of the wind during
the night. The boa is now almost
calm, and tho wrecking steamer "Victoria J. Heid," which arrived at half
past threo this morning, has connected
with tho Constellation's cables and
anchors. The wrecking tug "Rescue,"
steamer "General Wolff," from Fortress Monroe, tho quartermaster's vessel
and the U. S. coast survey steamer
"Blake" were nlBo bore and tho Constellation will doubtless bo floated today.
ORDERED TO HELP.
Brooklyn, Juno 19,—Orders wero
received at the navy yard horo this
morning, detailing tho vessel "Boston"
to leave for Norfolk at once, to help
yet the Constellation off shore neir
Cupe Henry. Tho "Boston" is ox*
pected to be off this afternoon.
all well.
Washinoton, Juno 19.—Secretary
Tracey has received the following despatch: The Constellation wont ashore
yesterday inside Cape Henry Light,
in a fog. She is now alloat. Injury
not serious, must proceed to navy yard
to-day; all well.    *
TOLD THE STORY.
Winnipeg, June 19.—Burko, the
Irishman arrested hero on suspicion of
being one of Dr. Oroniu's murderers,
is reported to have made a clean breust
of tho wholo affair to the Winnipeg
chief ot police.
THE CRONIN MURDElt.
Chicago, June 18.—The arrest of
Martin Burke at Winnipeg ia the moat
important yet effected. Ho is deeper
in the plot than any of the men in jail.
Said the Chief of Polico Hubbard tonight: From other sources tho summary of evidence affecting suBpect, and
which will be submitted to the grand
jury within 48 hours, has been obtained. A prominent north side Irishman will testify tlut but a fow weeks
before the murder Burko remarked in
a publio place thai Lecaron should
havo been killed before he had a
chanco of leaving for England, and
that there was another fellow who
would get it before he was many
weeks older. It will be shown thit
Burke and ex-Detective Cou-jhliii were
frequently aeen together in a saloon
iu tho north side and that tho former
was a frequent visitor at the cottage
of tho ico mau, Sullivan, but the most
important witness will bo old Mrs.
Phe'.bin, Burke's aunt, and iu whose
house at Erie and Sedgewick streots
he boarded. By her it will be shown
that he lost his position in the city
sewer department last December, and
has since had no employment. Up to
February ho was short of funds, run
in debt for his board and borrowed an
occasional dollar wherever he could
get it From that time until his sudden flight from the city he had plenty
of money, more, in fuct, then when
he was working. On the day of Cron-
iu'a disappearance ho was absent from
home. He did not return all night.
Sunday morning at 8 he put in an appearance, heavy and sleepy, and, in
reply to questions, said he lud slopt
all night at the ice man's houso. It
will also be shown that ho was an active member of the inner circle of
camp 20 of Clau-Na-Gael. An officer
will leave for Winnipeg as soon as
necessary papers can be procured The
grand jury spent, over an hour this
afternoon in going through twenty or
moro telegraphic and cable despatches
produced by tho Western Union officials, and supposed to havo a bearing
on tho caso. All members of the body,
however, had taken a special injunction of secrecy regarding tho documents, nud not a hint of what had been
developed could bo obtained.
OTTAWA NOTES.
Ottawa, June 18.—Tho Montroal
diuco*-an synod opened this morning
with imposing ceremonies. The first
business of the meeting this afternoon
has been the notice of a motion on the
Jesuit question, but eo far it has not
cmno up, though later on, and Bishop
Bond will oppose the discussion of the
nutter.
The government is advised that the
American govermnont haB sent two
survey parties to Alaska to gather data
for the settlement of tho Alaskan
boundary question. The Canadian
authorities have been pressing for a
year pnsi for the deliueation of the
frontier. Tho various points of dispute as to the interpretation of the
treaty fixing lhe boundary, are; 1st,
whether the line of mountains near*
os; the coast cau be taken or whether,
failing that, tho continuous range pur-
iilh-1 with the coast, we are bound to
keep within ton miles of the coast, and
also whether ten miles from tho coast
we are to tako the indentations or take
the general trail of tho coast, Thu
American government says there is no
continuous range and consequently tho
boundary at tho lowest calculation
must be at least ton miles from the
coast.    	
(n nnd Ian Sentiment.
A pleasing proof of tho growth of a
united Canadian sentiment was furnished by the visit to British Columbia of
Sir Leonard Tilley. As a distinguished man he \-as greeted by hia fellow-
citizens out there with a gratifying
cordiality. New Brunswick and
British Columbia aro thousands of
miles apart, but the bund of a common
citizenship is strong enough to unite
them. A sad feature of Sir Leonard's
visit lo tho coast wuuld doubtless be
the death of Judgo Gray, of the British
Oolumbia supremo court, who was intimately associated with him in New
Brunswick politics years ago. Judge
Gray as leader of tho Opposition in
that province, joined hands with Sir
Leonard to carry confederation,— Empire.
Aaperlor lawyers rp Conntry,
Two cases wero up for hearing in tho
county court at Kamloops last week
beforo Mr. Justice Walkem. Owing
to the fact that the plaintiff had not
satisfactorily answered certain interrogatories put by defendants' solicitors,
the latter objected to tho caso boing
opened until they woro answered. His
lordship sustained the objection, ond
the oases wero adjourned until tho 24th
inst. In referring to the action of tho
solicitors in those cases, hi" lordship
characterized them as boing highly
creditable- tho evident desire being to
mako as little expense as possible for
their clionts. He complimented Mr.
Cochrane, tho plaintiff's solicitor, very
highly, and stated he showed a knowledge of the case and the practices relating to it far superior to many of the
practitioners in (ho courts at Victoria.
—Times,
FROM IRELAND.
Dublin Opens a List for the Relief
of Johnstown Sufferers and
Sends 92,500.
WhitelegB Wins the Royal Hunt
Club Cnp at the Ascot
Races To-day.
A Case of Yellow Fever Discovered
in Brooklyn.    News from-
Johnstown.
Children Cr^ for Pitcher1-i Castoria
HELP FROM IRELAND.
Dublin, June 19,—Tho mayor of
Belfast cabled General Hastings at
Johnstown to draw upon him fur -£500
as an installment of the citizens roltof
fuod for tho Conemaugh flood sufferers,
CAPT.   STEPHENS DEAD.
London, Juno 19.—Oapt. Stephens,
of the Allan line Bteamahip Peruvian,
juat arrived, died duiing tho voyage
from St. Johns.
THE ROYAL HUNT   CUP,
I London, Juno 19.—Tho race for
tho royal hunt cup at U.acot to-day
was won by Whitelegs, Veracity aeoond, Labesso Dogouerre third.
A QIOANTIO TRUST.
New York, June 19.—The combination of big operations in cattle and
dried meat in this city and in Liverpool, London, Glasgow and other English cities, has been perfected and will
be known as '-Eastman's limited," with
a capital of $4,500,000, of which two
millions is 8 per cent, cumulative pre- ■
ferred shares of $50, and the balance
ordinary $50 Bhares paying sixteen per
cent. Lord Greville, James John
Thompson and six other prominent
Englishmen are the London directors
of the new Trust; tha New York board
of(management is composed of George
C.' Williams, president, Chemical
National Bank, T. C. and J. Eastman.
More than the total capital had been
applied for on Juno 8, when tho subscription books closed.
YELLOW   FEVER.
Brooklyn, N. Y., June 19.—Last
night Dr. Courcey, of the health department, notified Deputy Health
Commissioner Dr. Young, that a man
whose illness wub surprisingly like yellow fever was lying sick at 137 Hancock street. Dr. Courcey called at
tho number given found there Dr. B.
W. H. Duncan, surgeon of the Pacifio
Mail S. S. Colon, who was evidently
Buffering that dread disease. Courcey
had the patient removed to an room
and completely isolated from the rest
of tho inmates. Duncan aaid he was
stricken .with tho illness with which
he iB suffering when five days out
from Aspinwall on the last voyage.
When the Colon arrived at New York
he waB taken in a carriage to Brooklyn
bridge and mado the rest of the journoy
to the houBe in wliich ho now is by
means of tho bridgo and atreet car.
A BIG MORTGAGE.
Chicago, June 18.—The Chicago,
Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company recorded a mortgage to-day in
the county clerk's offices for $150,000,-
000 to the United States Trust Company, of New York. The mortgaco is
executed for the purposo of taking up
all other indebtedness of tbe road,
leaving the Trust Company tho solo
creditor, in order to securo a lower
rate of intorest, thus saving a large
amount of money annually, and for the
further object of double tracking between given points and other needed
improvements. The Railroad Company gives every particlo of its property to tho United States Tnwt Company.
FROM JOHNSTOWN.
Johnstown, Pa., Juno 19.—Up lo
one o'elook this nfternoon seven bodies
wero removed from the debris. All
wero the remains of women excopt
one. The remains of Mrs. Wocher
were identified by a peculiarity wrought
bracelet on the wrist. The others
wero not recognized and were buried
immediately. Dynamiting continues
at Stone bridge this morning, and the
numerous blasts are somewhat heavier
than yesterday, but bo far havo not
caused damage. The mass of gorged
drift is gradually disappearing and the
stream will soon bo cleared of wreckage. Work will then be commenced
on clearing out the cellars. Great
improvement is being wrought in the
condition of affairs in Kernvillo, and
that plnce will soon bo restored as it is
found many of tho wrecked houses are
not damaged beyond repair. Tho
Pennsylvania children's aid socioty
will begin work to-day on a house costing $500, to be used aB a general headquarters so long as tho society may require it, after which tho building will
be turned over to the Cambria aid society. Dr. Lee, of tho stato board of
health, published bulletin No. 5
this morning, the first Binco last Thursday, of tho sanitary condition of John-
Btown and surrounding boroughs.
Coopers Dale is still difficult of access
on account of high water in tho Conemaugh, and it has boon a matter of
groat difficulty to keep tho people there
supplied with tho necessaries of life;
hence from that placo is repotted a
slight increaso of affections of tho stomach nnd bowels. No new cases at
Bedford street hospital. Twenty-one
dispensary cases have been treated
during the day, 12 of which were for.
Blight injuries; no contagious diseases.
The Red Cross hospital reports one
case of dyptheria discharged well, and
ono terminated fatally, Al present
only one patient is in the hospital, the
result of a wound. The health of the
military is excellent. Not one soldier
is off duty. Collectors are at work
collecting tho carcasses of animals
along the different streams, aud cremating thorn with rosin, Quinbell
Bros, of Nowark, England have donated $2,500 worth of their world famed
disinfectants, which will arrive by the
first steamer,
TERRIFIC STORMS IN   GERMANY
Berlin, June 18.—Railway traffio
Buffered severely in many parts of Germany yesterday from a toriffio hail
storm whioh prevailed, and great dam-
ago was dono, 1 n a town in Silesia a
procession passing through the streets
was overtaken by tho storm, and five
of tho paraders wero killed by lightning and forty others were prostrated
by tho shook, but recovered.
 ♦>-■-»■»	
The firo in tho Buthnell OU Ro-
finery at Mile End, Montreal,
burnod ovor fifteen acres: loss, $50,-
000.
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VOLUME VI.-NO. Hi.
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•"Ye'lnestlay Kvt'itln-r, June 10, lSSD.
Speaking of tho halo old age and
continued activity and public usefulness of such men as Sir John Macdonald   and   Oliver Mowat, in our
own Dominion, and plain Mr. Gladstone antl Princo Von Bismarck, in
tho old world, an  exchange   makes
the following very appropriate comments: How is it   that some men,
chiefly those who have stood prominently before  tho  public for many
years, remain young in spite of their
old age?   They havo not found the
fountain   of  perennial  youth, nor
have  thoy been  introduced to tho
elixir   of  life.   Yet in a measure
they havo really made u discovery.
They have learned that the employment  of  tho powers of mind ant!
body is  actually conducive to  long
life.   No greater mistake is made by
tho   masses than when thoy accept
tho  idea that a prolonged life can
be secured by hard labor during tho
earlier years, und   by absolute idleness   from   tho time the fortuno is
made   until   tho   end.   Thousands
havo  tried   this  programme, and
have   succeeded   up to the point at
winch   tho period of  inactivity begins.    But   from   that out life has
boen a dismal failure.   The divorce
of  the mind from its usual occupations   has   paralizi'd   it, and   with
drooping mental powers has come a
eollapso of the entire system.    The
experience of mankind is, in short,
that work—not excessive labor, but
continuous reasonable effort—helps
to   keep   the vital spark alive.    A
recent writer   puts   tho case thus:
"Tho long livers am actually those
who maintain   intellectual activity
and   hard work to the lust."   It is
to bo remembered though that work,
like food, sleep, and other agencies,
must   be   taken in moderation; it
must  be   tempered   by season'* fcr
rest and recuperation,   A treadmiil
existonco is a sure road to an early
demise.    It   may not be necessary
actually to become inactive in order
to recover.    Effort, directed into a
new channel, aad bringing faculties
that are ordinarily unused into operation, is re-it.    By thoso, therefore,
who wish to he long in the bind tbe
gospel of   labor  muat be heard, lor
the idle are not only introduced to
mischief, according to tlie old hymn,
bat   to   unnatural and therefore to
unhealthy and deatiwlouling conditions.
There is a great amount of   effort
being put forth by   the   Dominion
government, the provincial  government, the 0. P, R. Company   and
other powera to   bring  settlers   to
Mauitoba, saya tlio Winnipeg Commercial.    Still tlio Commercial isn't
satisfied.   It ought to be in a country   whero   very   Utile   particular
effort, by comparison, is being made
by any power to induce immigration.
-Manitoba has had its pick of   the
"bono and sinew" of Ontario, which
the Commercial admits "it is generally conceded   *   *   *   aro the
best settlers who have located here."
Our cotemporary, however, haB  a
very laudable   ambition   that   tho
prairie   province   should   retaliate
upon Uncle Sam by stealing several
thousands of his ready-made prairie
farmers   to   break   the  sod in fair
Manitoba,   in   exchange   for those
Caividmn emigrants whicli certain
home journals assert are going to
swell   the  ".sixty  million" soutli of
the line.     Tho   Commercial adds:
"There has, however, been no effort
to bring any (immigrants) from the
prairie states of the Mississippi and
Missouri valleys, although   there is
every reason  to believe that uffori 3
well directed would bring from there
Iflippsandt* of   practical   and experienced prairie formers, who aro ready
to break tho sod or   our  rich lands
without instructions or experimenting.   H might; be well if a little of
the ottbrt and money launched out
for  immigration   purposes wero directed into this channel,    Itwould
wo believo give heavier returns than
any invented   in  Europe, nnd quito
a good   as that spent in Ontario.
We suppose some of thn ultra loyal
peoplo of Lho east, who like to boss
Manitoba affairs from a distanco of
one  or   two thousand miles, might
object to letting the terrible Yankee
get a footing auy whore in this Do-
i minion. The number of such cranks
very limited, liowover, oven   in
I the east, and there is not the ghost
| of  one of  them in tho Northwest,
It is very probable that our people
hero would enjoy thia gaino of   re-
j prisal   on   the Yaneoo immigration
J agent, who has never lost an opportunity to do an injury to Manitoba,
I oven   when   tho   most  outrageous
I falsehood was   necessary to inflict
I such injury.    Thore is great talk of
| retaliation in Canada and tho Unit-
led Statos also, but in this portion of
[the Dominion a littlo retaliation in
■ immigration   matters is   about the
■only kind of ib that tho peoplo would
Irelisb."
in   the   Chinese Recorder.    Thore
arc, it seems, forty   different   Protestant bodies in the field, and somo
of them havo been thero for  -very
many years.   Tho Eeccrdcr's figures
indicate, howovor, that it is not tho
oldest nor tho strongest of   thoso
organizations that can show the best
results, and tliis is what has  given
rise to the controversy.    The China
Inland Mission, for example, which
is tho lurgest, having 310   missionaries and   130  nativo helpers,   is
credited with 2,115   communicants
nnd 153 pupils, in its schools; whereas   tho   northern   branch  of   tho
American    Presbyterian   Mission,
with only 102 missionaries and 107
nativo helpers, has 3,788  communicants and 2,352 pupils.   The Methodist   Episcopal   Mission   and   the
London   Missionary   Society, with
still smaller corps of workers, have
3,903 communicants and 1,288 pupils, and  3,695  communicants and
1,987  pupils respectively.    Again,
tho Canadian Presbyterian Mission,
with only ten missionaries and fifty-
two nativo helpers, has 2,650 communicants   and  318 pupils.   This
latter body, therefore, it is pointed
out,   although  il   began  work in
China only in  1871, has 2G5 communicants   for    each   missionary,
while the China Inland Mission has
only eight.   This, us an eastern exchange   comments, ia  a   record of
which  tho Presbyterian Church in
Canada   may well   bo   proud, even
although, as  the Times' correspondent soys, statistics in such cases are
not an absolutely safe guido.   The
discussion, whieh has taken place on
this subject will probably have tho
effect, thinks the Mail, of stimulating eaeh of tho competitors in tho
field to greater exertion, but even
though  it should not do so, it will
have done good by calling attention
to   tho   terrible waste of   strength
caused  by Protestant divisions in
the mission field.    Each of the forty
Protestant missionary organizations
in China is working, almost without
exception, in total independence of
the others, without any attempt at
division of labor, such as characterizes tlio work of the different Roman
Catholic   orders.     The representatives of each church are diligently
striving to impress  their own particular doctrines and system upon
the   Chinese, and there is conflict
even between different branches of
tbe various churches.   Tho state of
affair.** has boon well described by
the veteran missionary, Dr. Alexander Williamson.    Speaking of   the
waste of force in Chinese missionary
enterprise,   he   says:   "We   havo
three   branches   of   the  Episcopal
Church,   eight   different   sects  of
Presbyterians, two Baptists, besides
several other minor bodies, all acting independently of each other; aud
In   addition   to these we have the
Inland   Mission,   many   of   whose
members belong to our own denomination, but   the bulk of whom disclaim creeds and systems; aud unless the leaders of that mission receive special guidance from God it
will   become neither more nor less
than another sect"   This is division
of labor certainly, but it is not the
sort of division that is calculated to
bring nbout the best possible results.
Dr. Williamson   describes the Protestant army in Ohmu as going "to
war at a woful, shattered, tattered,
sorry disadvantage." and  ho adds
"Something must bo done.   In o*ar
present divided suite wo will never
Ohristiauize China. Never!" Should
not these emphatic words, com-ludos
the Mail, contain a suggestion for
those who are hoping for, and striving to bring about, Christian union 1
Onion   of   the various chm'cilOB in
missionary   enterprise   would    undoubtedly be attended with magnificent   results  in   the mission field.
Alight it not also be a comparatively
easy but moat important step in ihe
direction of union at home?
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At 12o'Cloek noon, all the rlcht, tltlo and interest of llio said William Calkins, as
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According to a correspondent of
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{going on in China ovor tho statistics
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City nml Kiilmrtian l-mirts for S11U-.
Wee,in show a oouipktc Il-t of desirable'
localities.
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Mining and other Stock bought aid
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of New WcstP.iinster, on the Ilth Nov.-nil-er, 1PK8, and to me directed In the ,
nljpvonnmed sn.lt. fortin; sum of SI 17.73, dobt and eo«i -,n!sn hilerest on lhe satin-nt
■1 pert-entiim per annum from tin; Uth dayof O-'tobcr, IK8S, milli paid, besides Sheriff's
icos-jioiinungo, and other expenses of thi* execution. I have seized and will oiler for
sale by Auction, at t iio Court House, New Westminster' on
Thursday, the 27th day of June, next,
At lljo'elook,nuon, all tho right, title nnd interest of tlm sunt W. TT Brown, *,-• de-
-i-Tilicd In thi- advertisement,or sultielent thereof losiiilsfy tlio Juiliruionl do
expenses In this action, sit l)|i'et Ion minl.'-nge for SI,-i ('.island interest on the;.;
1) per i-enturn peran-jum from the Kith September, ISSt*.
Pell, Bice Coil-spring iMcLaughlan
S3s mj ma- ma m. ms t_m
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
U3T The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia."!^
twnm     3R.©i<i e-fs O'-OL-r-ri©.
Now WcKlmlnstcr.
Lot 288, Grraip II, and South
half IM 270, Group II.
Concise description of Property
Aj-Tlailtui'l land
paitlv cleared,
with buildings
thereon.
|ffl
'oFonto' Mowers
Estatebr Tjr.'nl
Interest.
Tlio Judcmont •vfts reglstoreil In tlio i.nmt Registry unlce, Now WestminBter,
against snld liimls on tlio Dili ilny of October, ISsS.
•to*, zr. ____u__r______r_>, _o____et.
I'JelO'il   Westminster County.
X» X O XS- XI 33 JR
""jr atJB sm ns
ESTABLISHED 18J2.
3as. Cunningta
IMMENSE   BARBAINS
s tt Pants
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
Woaro selling thebestof
English, Scotch & French Goods
At prices away down Cheapor than
Ever,
Call and examine and wo nro sntinflcdi
I that you will buy beforo you leavo thd
Btorc.
■that count-/, published last Juiiuor** j a^i'-vJ"'k "'""""^d-usiM. sir..t.
COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, B. C.
IMPORTER OL'
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
1   Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTURER OP
-SS-TINi SHEET-IRONWARE.
CONTRACTS FOR
let in Cornice Work, ('ns- fitting,
rinmbiuc. Rooflng-Wjcc
I.W.8.B,, Annual looting
rnilP. ANNUAL GKNEItAL MEETING.
I of tin- siiiiivii-iidiT-* of the Now Westminster BotHlinrn Uallway Company will
be held at tlieh-olllees.Nw \Ve--hnln--ter,
on'fiiesdny llie Vinl dayof July, lwttl, at **■
o'elook p. m. T. J. TltAl'l'.
djelltd Secretary.
Kindergarten School
MI33 imCMMONn WILL OPEN THE
abovo fo   chlldrop from ,'tycarsof
age, Juno lOUi.lSHH.
TUBMB—83 per montli.
Carnarvon Streot, dlrootly oppoaiio tho
I'l-eslivterlan   rhuruh,   New Westinln-
Htor.ll.C. dJcHinl
Fan Impleiejts for Sale.
■nOU SALE CHEAP-A NUMBER OF
I1   Farm   ImplomeutH,   nonHlsllng   of
I'loughs,   Harrows,    Itiunlatl    llunow,
Mower, Ox-Yokes nud Chnlns.
Also 3 Horses, ono span good Work
Horses.   Application to he made to
L. THOllNHKIt,
Douglas Street.
New West., Juno 10,1689. dwjellw2
Notice to Cannerymen!
THOS. LEVI'S
MA
GAN-F1LLIHC PROTECTOR
AY BK OBTAINED ON APPLICA-
tlon to ■:. 8. M OILIIU A ,'».
Any porson or persons found ushiK llioni
without tho nntont stamp tvill bp_rtrnso-
onteil. TUOS. LEVI.
Now West,, 27th Mny, 1880.      iimy27m]
MERCHANT TAILORS,
WISH TO INFORM THE PEOPLE of
Now Westminster thnt thoy have
re-opened tho storu lately occupied by
Messrs. Woods, Tumor A Gamble, nnd
nro now prepared to execute nil orders for
TJk.XXjOTt.XlZ Or
A flue llne «f Clothi Just received,
oonklitfng ot nil the ItftteU Designs from European Markets
MR. J. A. MflDOUGALL will attend to
tho cutting, and Is a practical mcehanle
of twelvo years' experience In the United
HtatoB- nlso two years as foromnn for
Messrs. Gregg A Hon, of Victoria,
Satisfaction gunrantcod.
liowers
The Little Maxwell
Steel Frame Binders.
M^OHii^.E.Rrsr
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Planet, jr., Warden Tools,
Lawn Mowers, &c.<
Rake.
&c.
riger
Sharp's Do.
Maxwell Do.
a iiiMi ii
''oiiimhia Slrcut, S.-i\ Wcslinin.stcr.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PURVEYORS IX. (iEXEltAI,.     I'KIKII A*tl> CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON Il..*,'ll.
t^rSpcclal lines quoted for tlio shipping trade.    Family orders striotly attended
to.   Hotels will find it to tholr Interest to place their orders with tho aliovo firm.
(I28nnly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN &~REICHENBACH,
rauccEssons to w. r townsend)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hums, Kiicon, Sausage, Bulognns, Etc.
dnolyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
The Columbian Piuntino Kstaiii.ishmbst has first-class fnoiuties for
all kinds of Commercial Printing.   Bill Heads Letter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of every description, Posters, Dodgers,
0-U'vjia Simet, Opposite Dask it MOHTsm pr|-e Lists, Ac.   Prices will lm found as low as at any othor officio where
KEW WESTMINSTEB.
dJ.Ume
first-class work is done,
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.
tail.! I Trie k Mim
dwnolyl
THIS SPACE BSLONGS TO
H. T. READ & C©
II.MinWAIlE MEItCHANTH.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
achine Shop
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
bobbkt ____-inr,      -      -      __-___t_T__.__--2mt.
2_z__z_r_r_._£-.c-2:-_Tzi_x-x.& oxr
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNEHY
AGKIGl'I/TltKAI, & ALL KINUS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING. DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.—All order** from the upper country promptly attended to.
ii wiio 1ml]
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, New Westminster.
NewWestminsterMillsVoolenfioods
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS.
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS ft all kMs of Woolen Goods
II BAD V-iH ADE CLOTH ING.
83P* Tiic only House on the Mainland whicli keeps the Manufactures of tlie New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. . dmhj-otc
 Ljqi____uiuj__jMM__aiiiMMMMsuwiiuiiuLi-s-MsTMiiiMiw«        .imttu*tu_m*iM_mtuMi*mwm
Douglas «& Deighton,
MANUFACTURERS MO IMPORTERS OF
L
"W" EC I "PS,
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, B. C.
SEND IN YOUIl ORDEUS.   ALL WORK OP THE BEST MATKIUAL AND
WOBKMANSHIP.   P1UOES LOW.
noldwly
ROYAL CITY
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MANOFACTl'lllillS ANO DEALERS IH
.11
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
A.3STD  J_.X.X.  KIH-I1S  COT
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows,
Alonldlnvs. Balusters.
Blinds. Brackets,
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolMwljr VOLUME Vl-NO. Ul.
DAILY BRItDISH OOLUMBIAN HEW WE^Ni-TO, B, tt... JPKE ». IBM-
AS   I   SHALL   WISH.
.lioryenr, beloved, lias jest lapsed
tho nllcuco of the voicelC33 past;
.licr lurtlulay dawns, and this, perhaps,
earthly rcclconlng muy ho your last.
.Id this bo so. and f f I surely know
, at ero another twolvdmonth I should stand
0 and sorrowful, yet (jhid that you   •
to safo and happy in the heavenly land,
. should I prize tho precious hours so fow,
whicli our souls could BWOOt communion
take I
wolcnmo every burden bomo for you I
,v ohcorful ovory service for your naltol
iigh heart wore broalilng, you should novor
' look
r glow or ouushino in my faco onch hour;
mrsu and hasty speech I would koop baok,
id tenderness should bo your daily dower.
*iln thnt golden time, how selfishness
loving sacrifice would yield tho nwny I
onstant aim would bo to help and bless,
vl prayer for you ray groatcst joy each day.
jIdcc. beloved, it doth not appear
icthor our pathways shortly shall divldo,
botker, in God's mercy, ono moro yoar
j shall in earthly fellowship abide;
1 begin, on this your birthday morn,
servo, aiidspoiilr, and sacrifice, and pray,
shall wish 1 had, when you nro gono
im ompty nrms and longing oyos awoy.
—Francis J. Dyer, in Chicago Advance,
:aee op the skin.
Instructive Lecture by a Philadelphia Physiolan.
. H. W. Stolwagon delivered a lecturo
o nurses of tho Traintug School at tho
crsity Hospital recently.   Hia subject
"Hygicno and Caro of tho Skin in
pus Illncsscss," and Is reported by tbo
idclphia Lcd<;cr us follows;
:i order that you may moro clearly un-
land tbo necessity of tho hygienic cnro
to skin in illness, n few remarks in re*
to its construction and functions aro
itial.   For practical purposes tbo skin
,bo considered na composed of threo
■3 or parts:  Tho outermost layer, or
.'skin; tbo middle layer, or truo skin,
tlio innermost layer, which contains
jdorablo fat. Tiic ccarf okin is tho part
■Ji is being continually formed nnd cast
If clcanlinoss is neglected this layer
ons somowhat, nnd prevents, to a cor*
extent, tlio physiological functions of
kin propor. It iathlslayoi', or tho outer
if it, which is acted upon by soap and
', being softened and removed, and a
ly action oC tho truo akin thoroby pro-
1,   Tito middlo akin, or tho truo skin,
ins practically constant,  Tho lowest
;, which may bo for our purposes called
at layor, disappears to a groat extent
b courso of a sovoro illness; and in-
'», thou, of having tho soft fatty tlssuo
! cushion between tbo hard Internal
ituro's, as the bones, otc., and outor ob-
, ns tho bed or clothing, it disappears
jllio skin ia pressed upon both from
,u and without, nnd,unlos3 groat caro
ireised, thero result tondcrncss, sore*
and possibly ulceration—tho so-called
-.reo.   With this fut layer romoved by
io, it will be soon how much greater
tonco attaches to tbo proper caro and
nc of tho part of skin that is oxtcrnal.
io skin haa also, in addition to its
on as a general covering, other du*
It has, as you know, innumerable
and oil glands, as well as nerves and
It exhales carbonic acid gaa, wutor
ithor rofuso products.  Through tho
glands iv. much as. a pint or a pint
balf of water is thrown out in tho
.) of twenty-four hours; This is doublo
'nantity ciis^oir by tho lungs.   Along
lllio wator aro carried off almoat two
-nt. of solid mutter—mattor for wliich
stem lias no further use.  Tho' 'sweat
lothor actiou, that ia, tho maintenance
inform temperature of tho body by
'  of its evaporation.   Tho amount of
sccrotion increases, therefore, with
f.so,in order that increased internal
ruturo may bo prevented.   In this
aorves at;u -lafety valvo for tho iu-
hoat.   Tho oil glands pour out au oily
invisible in ordinary circumstance3,
serves to keep tho akin soft, smooth
ao to prevent tilao rapid evaporation
moiaturo of tiic body.  Tho so-called
of tho skin avo chiefly tho openings of
awcat aud oil glands.  It will bo road-
sn, therefore, that llio skin haa an
jiart to perform.   It is, Indeed ono of
'uv outlets or sowers of lho body—tlio
intestinal canal and tlio luuga be-
;o othor three. Theso four outlets aro
imall extent compensatory—that la,
ono ia more or less diseased the oth-
ideavor to mako up tho loss.  It ia of
importance, therefore, to maintain the
a a condition to perform its functions
ilth, but it is atill of greater moment
.oasos auch aa typhus, typhoid, scarlet
and tho like, •;:':._■_■._ arc due to zymotic
--onous material.  Tho skin, aa well as
othor outlet, h (o bo kept so aa to load
lid elimination oT tho internal poison
irned-up tissues within.  Thia brings
ii consideration of tho different mons-
fallodforin fevor or other illness in
that its healthy action may bo pro*
, Tho first of importance, n3 you havo
ess already taforrad, is cleanliness.
tores, or outlets, of tho glandular
urcs nro to bo kopt open, and tho
kin ia not to ho permitted to nccumu-
-td bardon, and thereby becomo moro
( impormcablo.
p t|ucstion of washing or baths, tnerc-
icmands attention.   Unless otherwise
-d, washing or bathing in sicknoss is
to bo omitted.   Water sufficiently
to prevent chilliness ia to bo om*
This means a tempcraturo   of
-two degrees to ninety-eight degrees,
hat thoro may bo no mistake, always
t/ith tho thermometer.  Subsequently
iot or cold wator may bo added, ao-
g to tho nensationa of tho pattou*.
i alono ia not, however, sufficient to
ho skin of lta wasto accumulation.
is necessary.    Usually an ordinary
soap of gQoil quality is satisfactory,
'tain local uud general skin diseases
.ch thoro m oouBldorabld crust or scalo
Iiulalion, a stronger aoap i3 required,
liliiiv example of tho stronger, or pot-
baps, ia tho comutcrcial soft soap. Tho
jf soap requires, of course, a ccrtnin
int of fmtion, and when tho akin is
Uvo or tender thia is to bo avoided; in-
of soup, weak watery solutions of an
, such as caihonnto of sodium or borax,
nployod.  This la sponged on, nud sub*
•ntly rinsed off with clean wator.  Alii soap or uu alkali i3 Important an a
alng agent, nfter this has boon offected
rthor action on tho skin would bo irn*
fe, ond it is necessary, thorofore, that
Sorts should always bo subsequently
■d or Bpongod off with clean water, for
ibvlous purposo of ridding tho skin of
'o remaining soap ornli'uH.   In many
jiiccs of general dlsoaso, ospccially tho
,lvo fevors, oo small-pox, scarlet fovor,
toothing baths nro demanded forthe
of distressing symptoms, such as ten-
mrning or itchiness of tho akin.  Tho
r -nth or gelatin bath is, thoroforo, of-
rought Into uso.  For cleaulinoas, cx-
< parts of tho body, as tlio faco and
Bhould bo washed not loss than once
Tho samo muy bo said of theso parts
plainly spoakingj thoao washes containing
no Bcflimont, may bo applied with an atom*
with a sponge or pieco of absorbent
Th j 3pongo is usually to bo avoid-'
* djffloult lo heap clean and freo from
ur poisonous mattor, and too oxpon-
Mirow uwuy aftor a Blnglo application. Tho ubsovboiit cotton answers tho
purposo admirably, nnd, as it ia not costly,
maybo destroyed each time after uaing.
Tiio lotion is poured out into a saucer or
small vessel, and tho cotton raoistonod with
It from timo to timoaa it is boing dabbed
Another class of lotions or washes arc
thoao containing acdimont. Those oro always to be thoroughly shaken beforo pouring out into a vessel. In applying, tho absorbent cotton or a pieco of soft linen may
be used. A i-pongo would bo unsuitable, as
tho sediment', instead of boing deposited
upon tho skin, would disappear in tho
incshca of tho sponge, Thoao washes nro
sometimes used for chafing beneath the
mammary gland in monthly nursing, and
also in flomtof tho eruptive diseases. Tho
wash i! 1-103 and tho sediment remains as a
protective coating to tho parts.
11 Another class of applications that aro
often demanded in such disoases as Bcarlel
fever, measles, etc., aro ointments. In tlu
lostatago, or beating sl**S°i °*- scarlet fovcr
forirtstoueo, ointments or oily application!
aro almost invariably utjod. Thoy aro sooih
ing and grateful to tho skin, and prevent o:
limit tho contagion. Au ointment should hi
3mooth, homogeneous and freo from lumps
Tho former, if applied to tho sonsitivo skin
t-flU.fli.teit provo Irritating, whilo tholattc
will prove soothing and refreshing. Oint
menu*, when applied for soothing or heal*
Ing purposes, as, for instanco, in tho after
treatment of blisters, should bo applied
upon pieces of lint, spreading about the
thioknou of tho back of a table-knife. Tho
ointment should always bo spread sufficiently thick lo prevent drying out ond sticking
totho parts, or olso on removal pain and
damage aro caused, tho condition wliich it
has boen your aim to prevent. For spreading an ointment ah ordinory knife or a
spatula in employed. Whoro largo or irregular surf ncoB aro to bo thus treated, as in
erysipelas or similar diseases, the piocoa of
lint upon which tho ointment is spread
should bo small, so that thoy may fit closely upon tho parts. A single lnrgo pieco will
wrinkle, and somo part will bo too much
pi-eased uud acted upon, and othors will os-
capo entirely, For oiling Br greasing purposes, ns in scarlet fevor, tbo ointment is
usually smeared or gently rubbed ovor tho
skin. For thia purposo tho hand may bo
used, or, which is preferable, a soft pieco of
flannel."
Application for Licence.
\ T THE NEXT BITTINQ OF TOE
A Licensing Board 1 intend to apply
toi-nl consjoto sell spirituous liquors by
n.ii.ii nn iiu. iH-i-mf'-f!- known us the
F. MILLER.
89. djt)18l2
•rSTOT'T.C'H!-
DURING MY ABHENCK FROM THE
city Mr. Newton A. White will have
clinruo of my business, and bus authority
to colh ot nnd discharge nil accounts in
connection therewith, etc,
ft. H, WEBB.
Kew Weitminster, Juno 6,1880.    dje(Jm2
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
CJAWMILL OWNERS, LOGGERS, nnd
p other-* are not I tied that oar steel
Tug-boat,
Will bo rendy for work nbout tho Hth inst.,
nnd wo mo prepnrod to enter into contracts ior all kinds of towing, lightering, Ac.
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
dmy8lc Vancouver, B. C.
Business Change!
TT AVING RETIRED FROM THE GRO-
£1 eery business, I beg to thank tho
publio for tholr support during tho pu-t
two years and respectfully BOllctt a continuance of tho mime to my successor, Mr.
A. Fraser. D. ROBERTSON,
Now West., Juno 13,1860.
HAVING THIS DAY BOUGHT OUT
Uio busiUOSS of D. Robertson, 1 hcti
to inform the public thut it will bn oiirrlcd
on ua formerly.nnd in addition togrocorioa
i will carry a largo variety of cigars-, tobacco and fruit, nlso summer beverages.
ALEXANDER PRASER.
Now West., June 13.1889. dJoMlO
TYPOGRAPHICAL    BULLS.
Literary Coins Unconsciously Proilucoil Uy
tho iutoUigLMit Compositor.
A Now Brighton editor wrote a notice
about tlie Fort Wuyno road, but it appeared
Fish Wagon road."
A New England paper told about "adrovo
of hogs floating down tho Connecticut
rlvor," instead of "a drivo of logo."
An Atlantic editor discussed tho political
situation in r. comprehensive editorial and
hended it, "LotUa Explore." Ho neglected
to rend tho proof, and it appeared under tho
caption, "LetUa Explode."
A resident of Worcester, JIasa., tried to
advertiso for a fawn-colored buU-torrior
pup, whieh had-strayed away from homo,
and learned by tho next day's paper that it
was a -'fire-alarm bell-tower koy" ho had
lost.
Anolcd Chicago divino preached a sermon in which ho used tho quotation: "And
ho aaw Abraham afar off, and Laxarus in his
bo3om." Tho printer sot it: "And ho saw
Abraham afar off, and a horse'3 cars in Boston."
In a lecturo nt Tromont Temple, Boston,
Rov. .To3oph Cook asked hts audloncp.
" Was St. Paul a Dupe t" In a report of lho
lcmuro Mr. Cook wa3 madot-o propound this
ntartting conundrum: "Wus Fit. Paul a
DudoV*
Au Indiana paper found it necessary to
publish lho following correction: "For
'burglar meeting' in tiio heading of tho article in our last issue relating to! ho proceed-'
iug'i of tho town couucil, read ^regular meeting.' "
Whltlior's " Brewing of Soma" figured in
a Cincinnati papor as tho "Burning of Laura," and another paper of that city, wishing
to bestow "a word of compliment" on alo-
cal performance, managed to givo publicity
to a " word of complaint."
It was a Boston nowspopor which mado
its dramatic critic say: "Tho toast for
Irving, liko lho toast for olives, must bo cut
elevated." What the critic tvrotp was:
•■The tasto for Irving, liko tho tonto for
olivc3, must be cultivated."
A young clergyman in a Western town
sent, a notico to the local paper lhat ho
would deliver a sermon on '-Tho Relation
of Ministers to Thoir Pavtohos," nud lie
was surprised llio noxt day to learn that
tho compositor had changed his subject to
11 Tiio Relations of Ministers to Their Pharisees."
Not long ago a Woatern Union telegraph
operator found the wordo "oratco fratorcs''
inuspoclnl dispatch about tho "praying
brothers,'1 It i3 not definitely known
whether tho tolgraphor or tho compositor
attempted to translate tho worda, but it ia
cortuin they appeared in a Minneapolis paper na; "Oh, rata, father."
Not long ago a novel depicted a pretty
two-headed boy playing on the " green " no-
euro from hunters of curioail ie-v und agcuts
of diuio museums. Tho boy was not such a
natural phenomenon us lio seemed, howovor, for a slmplo transposition of two letters
had changed him from "a tow-headed"
youngstor into ono with duplicate heads.
Another dally had occasion uot long ago
to say: " In lho letter in last Friday's Ibbuo
about ticket speculation in Berlin, in speaking of tho Scluunpicl baus, or theater
propor, tho copyist tried to writo as tlio author did, that it wns Hovotcd to ' non-musical' dramatic performances, but tho typc3
mado it' non-scnsical.- "
An editorial noto in a rocout issuo of o
Pittsburgh religious weokly is U3 follows:
" A couplo of errors escaped tho oyo of tlio
proof-i-oador in nn articlo under tho heading) 'Iolc3of the Sou,' in last wcok'Q Iwuo.
In fourth lino of fourth paragraph it should
bo' nooflfl' aud not' deeds.' Near the close
'Captain Gardiner, for 'Captain Sardines,' '"
BRAIN REVELATION.
A Dnn-toroua Soloiico AVhich May Lead to
Comproinlulntr Itusults.
A writer In tho Now York Tribune tolls
the story of tlio appoaranco of a man's
brain undor a strong inicroscopo that is
botli interesting and suggestive. In tho
brain mattor, lio says, woro noticed
curious markings, somo geometrical, somo
sinuous and many othot-3 that proved to bo
characters in thoElhioplc, Syrlac and Phoenician languages, which tho possessor of
the brain, whon nlivo, had made a special
study. Now for tho suggestive part. Perhaps somo day when a man dies we can
take out his brain, spread it on a microscope slide, nnd in a poop bohold him ns ha
really was, not as ho protended to bo.
Evory thing his mind took coguiznnco of
and formed an opinion obout will bo open
before us liko tho pngo of a book. No doubt
tho tracorios will take peculiar ehnpos
sometimes.   Perhaps tlio brains of somo
young    mon,    who   died    young    be-
.   ..   ,    , ,, causo they woro good, will show markings
.a tho sweat and oil glands nro mc.Btd03cl    -i36moUbnff champagne   bottloa,
tow, u, fcr nBtonco,thonrmplt3. lho n* -/- d f » horfl^ *£ho tpflci   £
, also, should receive attention,   lho .„*!.,„,',„ n, ,„nt,n ,^an nnn annA hn,,«
B, also, Bhould
filn the fomalo should bo plaited early in
ttlncBB bo ub to avoid tangling and dirt
(nulation.
i various dl souses ib Ib sometimes nee*
By to uso duatingpowdora. Thoao pow-
j.iu-o ofton used; indeed, in many cases
1 simplo washing, giving lho skin a
P'.nd ploasant fooling oxcoodingly com*
Tiilo for tho pationt. Powdors avo
^ng nnd protective. A powdor for UiIb
i iho Bhould bo porfcctly cmootli and
pom grit wlion rubbed between tiio
Jfrs. Urittinoss orlumpinoss makes o
[for useless, us instead of soothing or
.'cling tho skin, irritation er scratching
I result. Powders mny bo npplied by
Ordinary tollot powder brush, or It may
|closcd iu u coursoly woven muslin or
bag, and lho surface goutly tapped
i It. At times, also, aa in dialing, gon-
I itching or burning of tho uldn in lho
§tiv" fovovtl, .waalica or lotiono uro ud-
-for iustuuco, a wubIi for ontisoptic
in tho brain of moro than ono good bald-
headed follow mny nssumo tho graceful
forma of ballot girls, tho sight of which
mado such an impression on htm when
nlivo mid in tho front row of tho theater.
BlinpoB that closoly rcsomblo beautiful on*
traiu und decollete drosses may bo expected in tho omniums of socioty hollos callod
homo in tho midst of tholr triumphs. In
tho brains of reporters will bo noticed many
ghastly family nnd publio Bccrots, which,
outof reportorial goodnoss of honrt, novor
wero given out to tho world. And so wo
might continue ad infinitum, but wo refrain.
This scicnlillo Investigation must not bo
pushed further. A koy that opoiiB a man'B
secrets after ho is dond might not bo such
a hilnriouB discovery nttor all.
Truth of nn OM lilago.
Tho fact that the two-hondod girl gots
$T00 n wook from dime museums triumphantly establishes tho truth of tho old adogo
that two hoods oro hotter than ono,
[Removed from Smnich to Viotoria]
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
dinhSDmO VIOTORIA, B. 0.
THE WESTMINSTER
W. 0. LOYE,
Mioaii Soot ui Shoo Mori
!U|iAlriuK Neatly Done.  Cuik Sole
Work n ijiiM-iit!t y.
msrOrdiiru promptly iittendud to.
Clnrkti-m St., ln rear of Colonial Hotel, ii(!xt to Hand Bros.1 oflloe.   -incite
X-'-ikfiSSiiai-O'Btf-A.'B'IE-uBI
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(Late op Enqlamd)
Corner of Ohuroh and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Bar-Hat Is faction guaranteed,     dwfe7to
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREKT,
New Wostmiiwtor, B. C.
-j»-SaMs.'aotlr,n guarantge..!.      ilaplSt-
NOTICR IS HBRBBV GIVEN1 THAT
wo lmve applied to the All ulster of
Iho Interior for u liootiso to cut ond carry
awnv limber on nnd from Miefollowln-r
liiinlsi-TlieN.W. (lunrter of Section [27[
Lweuty-sovou) thowosl lialfofSeciion [:bi
•I'lity- , 	
uilrty-thrco", In Township [2]
Section 1301 thirty, th Uloelc (T.J
Range ono west; nil lu New Wi
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
[Ltmltodl.
Per W.A.DUNCAN.
flvo north,
estmlnaler
Now West,, May 28, ISKO.
dmy2iiml
VANCOUVER CITV
FoundryiSAachineWorks
THE PKOriUETORS OF THF.HK
works have much pleasure in notifying their friends nnd tho public that thoy
are now prepared to receive and promptly
execute nny orders for work in tlielr line
with wlileh they may be favored.
A. McUEIiVIE,
Meehaulcal Manager.
Vancouver, B.C., 8th May, 1S8S.
d wmy 12to	
hi MisW is
JOHN S. COX, Prop.
Light Urnhmns,
Parlrlilgc Ooehlllni,
Plymouth KocIib,
White fnce BPk Spnntah
White Crested, Black  and Golden
Poland s.
Ilmi'lauH-      Sllver-iieiiollled   11am-
biircft.
Black,Red mid Pitt Games.
Tonlonsv Ueviio.     Uonoii Dnaks*
My Yards aro open for Inspection.
■Iwmh&tc
Ti
SER»ICE_BULL
iuk nuaKruuEn pediobee hol-
STEIN BULL,
Gugertha Prince 5,
Will stand for service this season tit D.
McHiuden's Garden, Edinburgh slreet.
Terms rcnsonnhlo.
Milch Cows for Sale.
1). MePHADEN,
KUM Hino-
Mnnitger.
I'roprletoi'.
d27mylm
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
E8TA11LISHEI) 1858.
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds ot
Bread, Cakes Ik Biscuits
Contractors by Appoint mm I  to Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, tho Dominion Govcrniueul. Ae.
Medal and Diploma awaruotl nt tbo Colonial und Indian Kxhlhlllnn, London, l.SSII.
l-'AOTOTtY—Ntagarn St., .Tanms Hay.
01<TIC]3S-57 Fort St., Vletovhi, if. 0.
dnpKmtl
Port Kells
This Fine Townsite, at tho Fresh-Water
Junction of tho
19 MHci Above lVt'snuhisi'-r,
Han just been Surveyed, nud tho Lots
nro for nolo by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
 AMI)	
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Of New Westminster, 1). C.
Tho advantages and prospects of this
Plot for a futuro thriving Town are
mouy.
Tho Land In tho vicinity is good.
Thero aro Inexhausttblo IRON ORE
DEPOSITS, of a Biiperlor quality, immediately ndjacent, as well nsvnst strata of
tho finest BUILDING SAND nnd POT
TERY CLAY.
On tlio Townsito nro n number nf vnlu
ablo MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication by lnnd nnd water is
unequalled, by reason of the location of
tho Townsito on tho Fraser Rlvor and
tlio Southern Rnllway, while tlio nntural
elevation nud lay of tho land can not bo
excelled as a situation for a fluo town.
The ground is opon nnd oloar of heavy
timber,
The plto hns boon solcctcd as one of
tho most important stations on the
Southern Railway, and with the completion of the rond, in the uenr future,
must, with nil its other advantages,
spring into prominence at once.
Thoso who apply onrly will have the
pick ol tho Lots..
A clear title given with every purchase.
Parties wishing Lots can apply ns woll,
on tho premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
di-iytt. Vkovbhtoh.
FRESH CALIFORNIA AKD LOCAL
Fruits & VBgetaWes
ALWAYS ON I1A.ND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE,
(IJeSlto
THE TIIOROUGII-mtED STOKE-PIXIIS
JERSEY 1IUI.I,,
Goversior
Will Rtantl for Korvleo this season at Pclham Dnliv. Now Westminster, when.' lho
licnutlful L-ctof this superb animal can bo
scon and mspeotod,
A fow calves for salo.   Terms reason*'
'lUlC' T. CUNNINGHAM,
Ralph Roottt. Proprietor.
Mi.nugor. dinySjta
Corbett & Kennedy,
MiVsorAtrruimna op
TIN, COPPER &8:;£ET-«:
*W-A. *E*l 23.
WEIlSTEtt'f- I) Ml lift (tT-l-.TAlKS),
Fhost Stiujet,       New Wkstmihster,
HAVISO JUST Ol'RNKD IN THE
above tine, wc respetiifiilly Kolleltn
share of the liudc, .-md trust hy direful
attention lu orders an,1 nio-ii-mto charges
to merit, the same. Kspei-ienecd workmen; siill-fiieliuii uuauinieed.
KHtlmiile-rui'iilrilird f(irlin!vii!i!7.'- i Iron
Cornice, Hiu-.llnjr. I'luinhins, l'"''*- dttlng,
Htciim und Hot Water lleathij:. At:
09-F,nlnin''L' lo nrein!-:. != nn Mnry SI.,
In roar of Bunk nf B.C. d-vmhote
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
{CIGAR, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH UON
HENRY LEE,
„RTOEMAINLAND.
ISTThoy arc not only mado of tho
Choicest Tobnceo but thoy are of
Home MaiiiifuoluiT. and should ho
patronized by all good citi-ens,
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
lTOLBIlOOK BUILDINO,
COLUMDIA STIIEET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FAOT THAT
OABTBIt'B
Temple of Music I
I? lho Placo to Buy First-Class
OS AND
At such Prices and Terms ns will Suit
Any Rensonnble Buyer.
For prices and terms, apply to OAR*
TER'fc' TEMPLB OP MUSIC,
Vancouver, B. €.
230 Hastings St. West. dnplOtc
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PBOVISIONS.
 ALSO	
A WElL-SELEiTED STOCK OF
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
U!NI*B.On.M'S BLOCK,
fotumbln Blrcd,       *ic-r Wi-stmln*tcr.
iiold-rly	
Hortli British k Mercantile
FIEB
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Capital,    •   $15,000,(100.00
Subscribe! Canllall, ns nt .list Do., 1883
Sl'-Vilia-HX). Flro Funil anil Kesorve,81),'
212,7*0.   Nnl Prcinluins, 18S8, 8*1,1110,03(1.
OF  LONDON.
Capital,    •    $0,733,000.00
RATES  AS   LOW   AS   ANY   OTHEB
COMPANIES I10INO  BUSINESS
IN U1UTIS1I COLUMBIA.
J. Or. T^QTTES
Agont for Now Wostminstor City
and Distriot. il|o22to
SMSICH MILLS!
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANtJFACTUltEl'S   OP
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
E*3= ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
Slll.1.. nt Nnrll, Sannlcli.
OFFICE A WABEHOUSE: Viclorln.
tn__.ml
f..LLMBl---CL
330-332 CORDOVA STREKT,'
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers nnd Dealers In
MAO.HINERY
OF ALL DESORITIOKS,
MARINE WOmTA SPECIALTY.
 (lwde20to	
Canadian Pacic Railway.
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MASTERS OF VES-
solsund other Oraft navlgatin-i tho
Fraser River are cautioned to keep within
tho Buoys painted Red nnd White, respectively, nt tho Mission Bridge, as during tha construction of the Bridge, navigation between the hanks ot tlio Rlvor
and the Buoys fs dangerous, owing to piles
being driven thoro,
H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent.
Vancouver, B. <~\, 7th May, 1880.  dmy8lo
fc-TOTICCEL
NOTICE IS HEREBY (31VEN THAT
SO days nfter dnte wo intend making
uppllcatlou to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands mid Works for n lease for timbering purposes of the following described
lands, situated in Say ward Dlslrlct, Vancouver Island:
Commencing nt n stake placed on tlie
west shore of n small lake duo soutli of
Lot 51, Hnywnrd Dlslrlct, nlmut one mile
from south nnd of suid Inki-; tucuee west
H20 oliailifl. thenee south -JOO chains, thence
east IM chaina, thence north 730 chains,
thonco west :*Lt} chains, thonco south 240
meandering aloj,c shore of said lake to
piflceuf commencomont,—containing about .10,000 ncres, moro or less.
Roval City Planing Mills Co. Ld.
John Henbiiy, Manager.
New WeBtmlnster, Juno 10,1880.
dlljolm	
-T-^LXH-
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
JtTEWAKT -^ CASH, PROPRIETORS
J.J.WILSON,  -  MANAGER.
Kates, $l.m»aii<l $J.50pci: E?ay,
ACCOKPINQ TO IIOOM.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK Oil MOUTH.
Ber Parties supplied with all kiwis of
ICE-CREAM. diny-imG
Ml. X*.    -&B   -/9l. 33KC.
THE EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL COMMUNICATION of tho M, W.Grand
Lodge of British Columliln will bo held In
the MASONIC TEMPLE, in tho CITY OF
VICTORIA, commencing on HATUR-
DAY, June IMntl. nt 2 o'clock p. m.
Afullnltondniicoof members and representatives is earnestly requested.
Arrangements have been made with
the C. P. N. Co. for one first-class fare for
round trip, from New Westminster ami
Vancouver to Vlcnrlannd return. Tickets goml from 21st to liOtli lusts., Inclusive,
for members of the Mnsonlo fraternity,
tholr wives or other members of their
families nccompnnylng them,
HENRY BROWN,
dflt-lltd Gnuwl Bee.
Dominion Lands.
If YOU ARE TAYINO FOR YOUR
pi'o-omplionor for renl of Mining or
('razing Land, or buy]its Farm, Mining
or any lnnd from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay In S03R-XX*  and save a
largo discount.
flctlp ean bo obtained in Inrgeorsmall
quantities from
ALLOWAY &  CHAMPION
BA.*tTK:*El*Ee,
WINNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
OB FnoM
THKUANKOF BttlTISII COLUMBIA,
NEW  WESTMINSTER
dwmhllto ■
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM PRODUCE.
Hara-wooi, Fir-wood, Bark,
tie.,      -&<*.*     Ac*.
LEAVE ORDERS AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 diny2flie	
J. W. WINGER
DEALER IN
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notice and at Ren- on-
able Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always lu Stock.
Orders left nt the C. P. N. Wharf will be
promptly del 1 vered. d m h'Mc
WM. H. VIANEN,
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster, Brit, Col.
t~T Highest Prico paid for Fur3 and
Deer Hides.
Ce-lTospouderjcc Invited. .-"-.Telephone
Call Ko. 0. dJn8to
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot of Douglas Street, Near
Columiua Street.
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
FRESH   BREAD,   CAKES,  PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc.
Hotel and Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders  promptly attended to and
delivered lo nny pint of the city.   dmhSSy
B. C, Monumental Works
Con. Columbia and Cnur.cu Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
kiimts, Bsadstonesi Tablets, Etc,
In Marble or Granite of Rest Quality.
CORNER     POSTS     AND    CURBING.
N. B.—Just, recelved-tho finest assortment of SU-iitcli l-rntitl-'llimiimeiitsever
soon n British Columbia, which will be
sold at prices putting competition ont of
the question.
dwmhS yl AUX HAMILTON- PfiDP.
Royal Columbian Hospital.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
tho uuderslgucd until 0 o'clock p. in.
SATURDAY, -Milli-Jiitii-, for supplying
the Ho pltul from 1st. July, IKSu.io.lime
30th, 1880, with the following article--:
BREAD, brown & uhlto.
BEEF. MUTTON.
FISH, fresh. MILK, per gul.
COAL, Wellington, screened.
WOOD, pine, live.     TEA, per Ib.
COFFKI-I, per lb.        HICK, per Ib.
SUGAR; por lb. BROOMS, perdoz,
SOAP, H, C., pcrlb.   COAL OIL.
OATMEAL, H.a,pcrlb.
ntn'j'Kl'.pcr lb .tieht In niurkel.
Mil'-..per doz.
BLANKETS{4-pt.) white, per pulr.
FUNERALS.
DIlUG-Vtelnll-d lists of whleh oan be obtained ou application at the hospital.
Neither  Um   lowost  nor   any   tender
necessarily accepted.
Samples of ten, caflt-o, vice, soap and
hr.ioiii.s (ibtaincii nu   uppllctilliin to llio
Mlewani nt ibe hospital.
Two sureties of 81'0 each will require to
aecompauy eachtctidei'
(.Signed], W, U. KEARY,
Hon. Sro.
Now West., June If, ISSO,        djelotd
TIME    CARD.
O. 3E»-   Iff- OO.
The Fino Flrst-Chtss
Str. William Irving
Will Leave the C. r. N. Co.'s *Vlmr",
BVBBST
Tuesday,Thursdays Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AND WAY PORTS.
Roluruing Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When snfllck-iit  Inducement offers she
will proceed lo HOPE and on sUoh
occasions will leave her whnrf
at. 4 a. ni.
JOHN IRVING, Manager,
T. Li r.IHGGS, Agent,
Now Westminster. unpalo
ESTABLISH!'!) 1859.
IIOBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Nciir]) (ipiwsltp tho Colonial Hotol,
NEW WESTMINSTEE.
THB LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
Msortmont of sll descriptions of
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Conotantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tho
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Time Table!
^-fcd*S8! Tnl" ST-bUMIS**
^KHOBEO'LUHSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER overy Monday morning nt 7 o'clock for Nnitnl-
mo, via Vancouvor, rciuriilng Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
Loaves Wcslminsler every Weilnc^ihiy
nt V a. in. for Nanaimo direct, onuectlng
with Islnnd railway and Comox steamer.
Leaves Nnnaimo for Vancouver on
Tlmradoya and Friday.-, and returns same
days,
Loaves Nannlmo on Saturday at" n. tti.
for Wcslminster dlroct'.
For freight or passage apply on board,
to T. L. Biuggs, C. P. N. wharf.    Uto
VIOTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER I'OB BALEl
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOB POULTBV, *c.
Rice Meal,
Boots and Shoos!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THB
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses fc Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
%__¥ REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to sec the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
-JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwto SI  Col-ana-teia Street.
C. McDONOUQH.
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
rZ-ALSB   SIT
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stoek of
Ory Goods, Groceries   Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, Ac.
IKCXIStT'S     -fie    BOYS'      EC-ex's* 39.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS,  POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
•**, b.—Farm Produco bought at market rates or sold on commission.  n*.Ordors
from the Interior promptly attended lo. dwjefito
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAM & INVESTMENT AGENCY, Ld.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
UIRF.CTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, - 15 Serjeants Inn Fleet St. - LONDON, EHG.
The Bufllncas of ALLSOP k MASON haa been merged in tho above Company
and will be carried on by the Company from thin date as a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agency,
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Ratea. Town Lota and Farming
Lands for Sale ou ensy terms.
Victoria B. C, May 16th, 1887. * . dwJ**7U*
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"Coslorlaisso well adapted to cMdrcnth«t I Castoria cures Otllo.Csilsllp.tlo-,,
."-o-naieodlt..--^
luiown to me."     H. A. Aao&En,
__So.O___l-».,atoeUin,
proscription gg |0
--•I>', I mstic
tyn,N.Y.   I Without
lurlous rnetUcattoa.
Tnn Ckktaoh Cowpast, 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE TIB
ceived by tho Honourable Chief Commissioner of Lnnds und Works, up to
noon of Wednesday, lOUi July noxt, from
•n-r-ions experienced in woll drilling wbo
may be desirous of undertflkingcoiurncts
from the Government for shittim-* one or
more experimental Artesian Wells In
Yale District, B, C, with a view to determining their value for purposes of Irrigation,
Proposnls must stalo clearly all conditions and terms, sta'o the kind of apparatus proposed to bo used, nnd glvo the
name of two responsible residents of the
Prov)uce who nrs willing to enter into u
bond to secure the faithful carrying out of
any contract which may bo entered Into.
Such Information ati map bo tn possession of the Lnnds nnd Works Department
-will be furnished on application to parties
proposing to contract.
W. ft. GORE,
Snrviyor-Ociicrnl,
Lands -fe Works Depnrtment,
Victoria, 11, C, 10th .June, 1889.  dje!71d
1
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PRE-
rAUEU TU TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Speclnl Low Hates.
inr? ui All
Done at Shortest Notice,
Dry Cordtvooi! delivered to any part of
tho City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
itarStablos nearly opposito C. P.R. Depot, Columbia St.. NewWestminster,
djantc      GILLEY BROS. more.
FOR CATTLE FEED,
dtiiliaeoifl
Feed, Livery i Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
for Hire. Hacks call at nil Steamers
and Trains. Special nttentlon given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may ho left nt tho Office of Mathers ft Mlltlgun,Commission Merchant*",
Front Street, bow West, tlse21tc
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I have applied to tho Honourable
Mlnlsterof the Interior for nllcensctocut
timber on iho fo. lowing described Dominion lnnds in New Westminster Dlslrlct,
British Columbia, according to tho Provlnciul Government, survey;
Koulh-eiist H Section 23, south-east H
Kci'ilini 25, north balf and south-westy
Secliou 24, In Township'JO, and Sections
20 und KO, In Township 20.
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
New West,, 7th March, 1881).        dJeSml
IMPERIAL
mi INSURANCE GGMP'V.
1 Old Broaw St. and 16 Pali Mau,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stuck,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of suoh Vesselo j also, Ships build
ing and repairing, Barges and other Ves
aois on navigable rivers and ennuis, nnd
Goods on board euch VosbqIb, throughout
Great Britain and-Ireland aod in Foroign
Countries,
FKOM LOSS OK DAMAGE BV FIKK.
Subscribed and Invested Capitol,
-£1,600,000 8TG*.
Rates of Premium and every information ean ho obtained on application ta
W. J. ABMSTKONfl,
Agent for Now Westminster.
To k Francisco, Cal.,
BY WAY OP THE
X.X-KTXI.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QTJICKERIN TIME THAN AN Y OTHRK
ROUTE BETWEEN
Saw Woatminfltgr and San Mm
GRAND SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Second-Class Passengers, attached to Express Tralni.
Fare from Portland to Sacramento and
San Francisco—Unlimited, $25; Flrst-
class (Limited), |30; Second-olasi (Limited)- SIB.  	
THROUGH TICKETS to all points South
and East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES:
City okfut, No. 131 Cor. First ft Aldet
Street)-;
Dki-ot Office, Cor. F ft Front Streets;
B. KOEHLER,
Manager.
Portland- Oregon.
E.P.ROGERS.
Att-fcQkF.ftMtt DAUiY BBKDISH OOIUMBIAN, MOT WES3?MIKajER, B, 0,, JUNE 19, 1889,
VOLUME VI.-N-Oi Hi
fiUliJ $ritifih Columbian
Wt-'liirMla-f Eveiilns, Juno 10. 1889.
ADVERT1S1HQ BATES FCR THE UAtir.
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iit or Uuslness (Jan.!*-—.J'" per month. Spe*
elul  rates for genera!  tra-I" *i**v-*i-'Wtln-r,
il'.-iroi-.ilinitosj'U'i'' oci'tlplt'i! and dur.-iili-n
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't. la per lino euch InscrUun, !•*;.<.■.! U'.!-*
Int-erteo by I-.'-j montli ut induced rates.
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Spacliil iu-.lkip'i, I'lrl'-s, Sfarrlages nud
Deaths, Bamo rates as Dally,
--Abe all metal,'aud forlargoouts
rato will be charged.
"WTPorsonB sending In ndvmlisemcnts
Cutttniv.
should ho ciirc-ful to MM'.' whether they
are to appear hi Ihu 1-aily lldllion.ortlic
Weekly, or both. -V liberal reduction Is
mndo v.'hcn iiis-'i-ltd lu hoth. Ko advertisement Inserted for loss than *ji,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Artillery nnd Rifles
Licensing Board..,
Notice	
,0.M, McNaughten
 11. Robson
[,..,Stewart & Cash
Oor I'acq nulled Lumber.
Mr. John Lamb, proprietor of lhe
Stair coal mines, 2$. W. T., haa been
in the city on a purchasing visit, nnd
yesterday placed a large ordor for lumbar with tho Royal City mills. Mr.
Lamb is moro than pleased with the
quality of our lumber uud Bays it is tho
beat ho has ever seen, and superior to
anything supplied to tho Northwest
market by local mills. Mr. Lamb loft
fur homo today much pleased with his
visit to Westminster.
Strawberries uud Cream at tlio
"Club." *
All tho fashionable iced bttfcrogba, at
tho ■■Hub," nost tho "Queen's."   ■*
A meeting of tho lacrosse club wii*
bo held this evening at theuflhul place.
Russell's Restaurant, opposite the
American Hotel, open day and
night. a0m3*
Furnished room to let for gentleman in a private  family.   Apply at
this office.
31*
La.to reports from Nicola state that
tho grasshoppers havo eaten tip everything green.
Tho str. Gladys left for Chilliwack
this morning with a full load of freight
and 30 passenger*".
200 lots on tho Thorne road, from
§65 upwards at §10 per month.—W.
Reidt, Front street. *
To Building Society members six
weaka in arrears1 What's tho mutter
with tho fine notice? *
Tho salmon catch was very light
again to-dny, imd as a consequence
shipments east were vory small.
The str. Dunsmuir left for Nanaimo
this morning with 15 passengers, 25
tons of freight uud 20 head of cattle.
Try tho latest summer drink-—"Milk
Shake"—only 10 cts. per glass, at
Frasor's (Late Robertaon'B,) next to
City Hotel. tc*
. Look out for the great sale of lots in
tho town of Seattle, at the Mission
Bridge, on Juno 15th next. For particulars, apply to Wm. Reidt.        *
Tho question of the militia going to
Vancouver on July 1st will be considered at a meeting of both corps to he
held in the drillahed to-morrow night.
Tho regal Ar monthly reception at
the Y.M.C.A. will be held to-night.
All members are expected to bo
accompanied by a lady or gentleman
friend.
The celebrated Greer Caso Trial,
the Government of British Columbia
and 0. P. Railway Versus Samuel
Greer, for sale at Zed S. Hall's.
Price 25 ecu's. (it*
The city council hits voted $200 to
asataj in sending a provincial exhibit
tothe Toronto industrial exhibition
this fall. A similar exhibition i-i to be
held iu Montreal ahd the exhibit
should go there also.
Mr. John Sirr, of Saalelrtnd, has
Bold his fine farm, consisting of 200
aores, along with atock; implements,
etc , for the sum of £10,000, to a gentleman nnmed Prentiss, who has lately
cento from Scotland.
x\ writ uf prohibition was granted
this morning by Judge McCreight retaining the Maplo Ridge licensing
commissioners from granting to R.
W. Mcintosh :i license tn sell intoxi-
eatimi liquors tit Port Hamniond.
At theRittu association meeting tonight ine team to shoot against Vancouver on Saturday will bo chosen. Ae
both citii*1 o boast o! come crack shot-
the match will ho one <>[ tho mo3t in
toroatiog over shoe in the provinco.
The park improvements are to bo
done in future by contract only, and
tenders for the work will shortly bo
called for. The contract will be de*
. vided into four part-., which will result in tho work being more quickly
finished.
Rich'mJB, Haywood & Macintosh arc
nothing if not enterprising, They
have rented the outsido of the street
sprinltler and decorated Ub sides with
a legend, painted in glittering lotters,
telling who tho champion real estate
dealers are.
Tho Seattle grand jury has returned
a true bill against Carlisle and Coberty,
the Vancouver, B. C., burglars, for
Hinugglui!-   stolen  jowollry  into the
Tha Melodious Whistle.
The Colonist complains of tho terrible row made by tho whistle of tho atr.
Rithet, and says that on Sunday night
last everybody ou James buy was
wakened by tho noise and soveral babies wero thrown into convulsions.
Westminster has complained of this
nuii.uico time and again, hut without
the slightest attention being paid to
the protests. Some day tho city council will be forced to pass a by-law prohibiting steam whistles, ua many cities
on this continent havo already been
compelled to do, aud thou tho nuisance
will bo stopped for onco and for ull
timo.
Rout Club Meeting.
Tho hunt club meeting last niglit
was slimly attended, notwithstanding
the fact tlmt half a hundred young
men promised to bo present. A committee was appointed to canvas tho
subscribers tothe membership list, and
collect tho entrance fee of 810, lho
same to bo returned if less than *10
names nre secured, or if tho constitution and by-laws of tho club fail tu
meet with the approval of the Brat
general meeting. By this plan it will
bo easily osoorlained who aro really
anxious to have a boat club, and it i-j
llie only apparent means of getting
down to work.
Church orEuf-Iuu-l Symi'I.
The annual meeting of tho Synod of
the diuCL-so of New Westminster began
tins morning.   The members met at
10 o'clock in Holy Trinity church,
where holy communion was celebrated
by His Lordship, Bishop Sillitoe.     At
11 o'clock the Synod assembled at
Hyack hall and the fust session commenced. There were present His
Lordship, Bishop Sillitoe, Venerable
Archdeacon Woods, and Rov, Messrs.
Schotield, Allan, Clinton, Ditcham, Irwin, Wright and Brooks, and 11 lay
members Bishop Sillitoe addressed
the meeting on the matters under discussion at tlio "Lambeth Conference."
Committees wore then appointed and
tho synod adjourned till 8 o'clock tbio
evening.
Fire on Ihe Sawdust.
Shortly before noun co-day an alarm
of lire was sounded and a general rush
was made for tho fire station. With
the results of the Seattle fire so [resh
in mind every one felt alarmed, but a
general feeling of relief was apparent
on all* sides when it was learned that
the alarm had been given for a small
lire which had started on tho sawdust
pavement on Edinburgh street. Tho
reels and engine were soon run out,
and dragged to tho Bpot indicated
quickly as pi
able. A few minutes
after tho water was turned on the
flames were extinguished, but the
stream was kept playing on tho aaw-
duat for some time afterwarda bo that
it might b'- thoroughly soaked and a
ropituion of ihe blaze prevented. The
firemen worked with a will, hut a little
more organization was wanted. This,
howover, will not he perceptible at
future tires, as the Hyacks are fully
alive to the necessity of proper organization aud aro forming a hose company
which will he equal to any in tho provinco.
Aid. D. McPhaden was one of tho
lirst to diacover the lire, and he, with
tho aid of a lady whose name could not
ho learned, hut who i3 an active member of tho Salvation Army, did splendid work iu keeping tho firo from
spreading till the brigade arrived. The
lady packed pail nfter pail of water to
the tire, and proved herself a perfect
heroine,
Jiiinli'Mi)', -i'hiii'-Hii II  ••r-iti-nc'-t!.
as clean as the rules of the hospital
prescribed. After tho change waa
mado ono of tho Bisters found in the
cast-off clothing a bottlo of morphine,
but she had Bcaroely made tho discovery whon tho man camo rushing
iuto thu room and demanded it. Tho
sister refused to hand tho drug over,
upon which tho man, who all had looked on na a saint, turned ou tho sister
and heaped tho moat cowardly abuse
on her. The sister, howovor, wna not
easily frightened nnd stoutly rofused
to roturn the vile drug. The man left
tho hospital and reported tho caso to
a magistrate, who sent word to tho
effect that tiie drug would havo to bo
handed ovor. This was done and the
man left, reviling tho hous-a that hnd
clothed and fed him. Another caso
is that of a lady almost crazed from
tho effects of morphine, breaking from
her friends at midnight and rushing
liko a madwoman down town to got
somo more of tho drug. She was
caught, howover, in time to savo her
identity from being mndo public.
Cases of this kind aro frequent, and it
is timo some restriction was put on
tho snle of tho drug.
ArreMfcd Tor Having Stolen ''amis.
T. B. Spring, the contractor, who
lives on Oppenheimer street, was yestorday arrested on a warrant charging
him with having stolon goods in his
possession. Ho was locked up, but
about 5 o'olock liberated on hail of
$800. Hia sureties wero Arthur Sullivan, who was ouo of tho principals in
tho Hogg scandal case, and George
Gordon. Sullivan hud been running
arottnd immediately after Spring's arrest in a terrible stato of excitement
hunting for bail, but all to whom he
had applied except Gordon rofused.
Spring was on Sullivan's bail bonds
during the hitter's trouble. Tho accusation under which Spring is laboring was laid by Mrs. Reid, whoso husband at ono time was in business hero
but failed. Mrs. Reed had a number of
boxes filled with books and other
things and valued at §250, which ahe
gavo in chargo of Spring. After being
at Spring's houso for some timo the
boxea wero sent elsewhere to be stored.
Mra. Reed-had them opened a couple
cf days ngo and found that their contents had been removed She at onco
laid a charge against Spring and obtained a search warrant to aearoh his
houso. Tho search resulted in finding
a considerable quantity of property
whicli Mrs. Reed claimed belonging to
her. Spring was accordingly locked
up.—News,
.'iii'prij.c:i at Grant.
An Ottawa despatch says: Considerable surprise is expressed in official circles at the evidence given by Mayor
Grant, of Victoria, in reference to tho
Alaska boundary before the sonate
committee of tho United States on ita
recent visit to the capital. The United
States government has boen making
strenuous efforts to convince tho
government of Canada that the boundary between Alaska and the Dominion prescribed by tho troaty of St.
Petersburg is an impossible and indefinable boundary, iu tho hopo that
thoy will succeed in re-opening tho
whole subject and negotiate a new
treaty, wliich they expect, of course,
would be more favorable to their in-
tcre-ds than iho Anglo-Russian convention of 1825. Tho third article of
that convention defines tho boundary,
as regards the coast strip, to be the
summit of the mountains situated parallel to the const, hut iu casu the summit of these uiouutaiusshould he more
thui ten marine leagues distant from
thoconat Hum tho distance of three
murine leagues from the coaat 13 the
boundary. Tho ooaBt -trip commences
at what is known us Portland caiial on
the aouth to Mount St. Elins on the
north, ami from Mount Kli.is to the
frozen ocean, the 141st degree of west
longitude is to be the boundary. Mayor
Grant has just boi-n furnishing tho
very kind of evidence which the U. S.
government have been anxious to secure, but apparently without success
until thoy met Mr. Grant. Regret is
expressed here that a man of his intelligence and prominence should consciously or unconsciously lend himself
to the puri uses of u foreign state in  a
matter of such moment to Canada, and
especially to tho provinco   of   British
Columbia.
PERSONAL,
li. B. Smith, O.E., of Vancouver,
is in the city.
Rev. Mr. Schofield has returned
frum Kamloops.
St. Clair Blackett and wife, of Langley, are regiaterod at tho Colonial.
P. M. Yorko, tho well known
Moodyville stevedore, is in town.
Pred. H. Robson, a well known
Kamloops merchant, ia in the oity.
John Lamb, of Stair, N.W.T., was
registered at the Quoon's hotol tu-day.
Mayor Hendry wont over to Vancouver this morning on n business
visit,
I. B. Fisher, manager of the Bank
of British Columbia, returned to-day
from a two weeks' holiday trip.
J. S. Mock, of Portland, Oregon,
who has been a guest of Mr. A. J.
Hill, O. E., for tho past two dayB, left
by tho noon train for Vancouvor en
route for homo.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Sir Donald Smith has been elected
chancellor of McGill University, Montreal, and Mr. Fothingham nnd Iub
sister havo mndo a donation to tho
university of $30,000.
Tho dead body of Wm. Abey, a Nap-
uika, Man., fanner, was dragged into
Joseph Anderson'** yard by a horse,
which he had heen leading. The halter was wound around hiB fingers, and
his cloths »cre torn of)', except the
bints and socks. Tho face was disfigured almost beyond recognition. Ho
is supposed to have boen dragged sinco
Saturday night or Sunday.
There is little doubt but that the
man Burke, arrcatud at Winnipeg on
Sunday iu connection with the Cronin
murder in Chicago, is the mnn Williams, who assisted iu disposing of the
murdored man's body. The Chicago
polio have telegraphed the Winnipeg
officials to hold Burke al'uis Delaney,
olms-Williams, by all means, and consider iho capture one of tho most important in connection with the case.
Burke refuses to waive extradition
proceedings, and has retained counsel
to defend himself.
Licensing Board.
A MEETING OP THE LICENSING
Board for the City of Now Westmln-
Hter will boJield nt tho Cily Hull ntlO
o'clock n. in, on
Thursdny, Jhiic '-Jl, 18SJ>,
for the purposo of hearing and consider*
Int* application** for liquor license.-*, of
which all persons   Interested will take
dJollUd
T«»    M^iM3rJST'
AFIVE-HOOMEI> HOUSE.  GoodRlIu*
ntlon. Easy terms.  Apply to "M,"
aire of COLUMBIA'S. dJelCwl
FOR   SALE.
AFIU9TCLAB8 J.   A J. TAYLOR'S
Flrcproor Bale.   To bo soon lit tho
olllco of MATHERS A MILI.1UAN.   lllli
WANTED.
riOtmoRFIVEGOOD STONEMASONS.
C    Apply lo AL'KKIIMAN BIIOS.,
d]oI8to Now Westminstor.
Chance For Good Boys.
TIT ANTED..   BEVEItAL
       RELIABLE.
honest boys to pick fruit.  Apply at
djewwl PELHAM GARDENS.
To Contract ors& CnrpciitcrH
fllENDRltS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
I tho undoi-slgiif- -ip to noon of HAT-
imiUY, tfoth hint., for tho dividing of
Herring-it -Iporn House Into tenements,
und other wurk Plans uud Rueclilont Ions
enn bn seen at my ofUce- Mary street.
Tholowestor any tender not necessarily
accepted.
G. W. GRANT.
New Westminster, Juno7,1SSD.     dje7td
ff.JMKI&CO.
BANK UUIMUNOS,
Mary Street, NewWestminster, B.C.
[Tni,F.i'iroHE No. Co.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
Londou nml hnnenshli-e Fire and
Drills-It   Umpire   Lifo  Insnrance
Comjmules.
New WeBtmlnster Building Society.
Account.ant'l Oflice, Diocese of N.W.
City Auditors, 1880,1BB1 and 1888.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE  BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY  AND DISTRIOT,
and othor monetary IrannactloUH.
Have several good Investments on tholr
books, and all now comers will do well to
call before doing business elsowhore.
dwildely
Tlie spring court of assize at Olinton
opened on Tuesday last nt 10 a. m.,
Mr. Justico Walkem presiding, Mr.
Stoddard wai chosen foreman of the
grand jury, and thoro being no criminal cases on tho docket, Mr. Sheriff
Phair presented his lordship with a
pair of white kid --loves, in accordanco
with tho usual custom,—-Colonist.
Dr, Child's File Ointment instantly relieves and permanently cures Piles, Pruritus nud all hot and itching sores and
eruptions. N. W. agents, fi. S- Curtis
k Co. dmy28yl
Meu-in-'il'-Rlnil Report for Week En-Hug
June  151)1, 1889.
Sunday	
Monday 	
Tuesday*	
Wednesday ....
Thursday	
Friday	
Saturday,,
MAX.
 83.0
 77.0
 76.0
 7J.0
 81-0
 82.0
 73.1)
Clear, wlih strong westerly winds.
A. Pkei.e, Cnpt-n,
MURRAY.—In this city, on tlie 101b inst.,
the wl-'o of W, E. Murray, of u daughter,
TO ARCHITECTS.
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS WILL
bo received by tbo undersigned for
ihe buildings to be erected for tbo provlnciul exhibition on Queen's park, Size
and class of buildings required ami ull
other particulars can bo obtained on
application to *
THOS. CUNNINGHAM,
Chairman Park Committee.
Westminster, Juno 17, ism).       dJolTto
FOR SALE.
Dwelling House and Twin: of
Horses at tliillhvlinvk.
TENDERS WlXih BE RECEIVED BY
SAML. O. Hksdkuson to the 2Ist Inst.,
for tliepurehnseof bis commodious residence erected lust year on 2}{, ncres of
ground.
Alao-I offer for sale 11 team of young
horses, partly broken In; weight abohi
8,000 lbs.      ' ifwJelHwl
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESS-i MSLK
Delivered Dally to Customers in nil parts
of the City.
Hotels and Restaurants supplied nt Spo-
. ola i Rntea by the year.
FRESH EGOS
Delivered at Market Kate--.
Orders left at M. SiHOi-Altt'a will be
promptly attended to.
WEAVER A WOODWARD,
-djcl'lyl Proprietor.-.
BtOwl-ftiKiL*
The finest assortment of
Ladies', Children's and Infants' English and German Hosiery direct from
the manufacturers.
Largest assortment of Ladies' Jerseys, English and Ger
man
town.
ever
m
NEW
WESTMINSTER,
dwoclSto
B. C.
^__s_ir
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL,
~iaV, PLATED WAffi, &C.
CLOCKS,
HE3T QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Swectaolcs & Ilyc-GIaSSCS tn steel, rubber, silver arc gold
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, 54 per pair; all sights suited.
Special attention given to FINE V* *ri,n" uB"> *'
H|«v  a-  -__       'ATM REPAIRS.   Haviugl
tmsiucss thoroughly from somo of the finest Horologers in England, am'
mnnntrei-l tho wntch-rcnairinc departments of a few of tho host firms 0
When Biby was sick, we give her Cutoria,
Wlica slid it as a Child, sho criod for (.'autoriu,
When she becamo Misa, sho clung ti C-'.atorit.,
Whon aht had Children, sho ••avo them Ctutoria
ebblcs made, Si per pair;
1 ffivon to FINE WAT0_ — -
 ___. „   in England, and since '•tion
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a few of tho host firms on tlio coot;*
nent of America, is a -mflioiont gnarantce ot good workmanship. Formerly in-ut.i*
ger for nearly 8 years of tho well-known iinn of Savdgo o Lytnan, Montreal.
Charges Moderate,
MoNTitEAL, Deo., 1887,—Mr. F, Crake.—Andw, Robertson, Esq., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker v-ho did so
woll for me as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not here to-day."
dWapfitc
They entered pleas
f
his  truo
CORRESPONDENCE.
United St
not guittv.     Col        ._-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-_
name as Kupit::.
The base ball match at Vancouver
yesterday resulted in a clear victory
for tho Vancouver team. Tito scoto
stood at tlie close of tho game, Vancouver 10 runs, \V\-Btmiiister 4- runs.
Somo interesting matches aro suro to
follow this defeat of tho Westminster
team.
The mayor, aldermen and citizens of
Westminster havu heen invited to attend tho Dominion Day celebration at
Vancouver on July 1st, and tho invitation hns boon accepted. It is probable
a thousand Wesfctninsterttea will visit
tlio terminal city on that day if the
train sorvico ia adequate.
' Tho str. Irving leaves at, 3 a, m. tomorrow for Cliilliwaek, to tako the
Centrovillo Methodint Sunday school
to Harrison Hot Springs, whero the
annual pionio will take placo. A more
bi-autiftil spot for a pic-nic could not
be chosen, and the great pity is that
tho Springs are not more convenient to
Westminster nnd Vancouver, which
cities could furnish u weekly picnic
through tho whole summer.
Attention is directed to the groat
auction salo of blooded and graded
atook fixed to come off at Ontario farm,
Langley Prairio, on 28th June, full
particulars of which will appear 1
next Weekly Columbian. Tl:
Messrs. Innes are favorably known as
being good jutlgea of horses and cattle,
and the Bale in question will givo an
opportunity seldom offered of acquiring good stock. 100 acres of iho best
prairio land in tho provinco will bo
offered for sale hy auction nt tho Game
timo and placo. Mr. T.J. Trapp will
conduct tho sale.  td-_
Chiidr^ryfor 'Pltcher'sCastorla
Ah Hoy, the Chinaman who attempted to murder Mr, HerboM J, Kirkland
nt Dens Island cannery hot week, and
who was tried under the "Speedy
Trials Aet" before illr. Justice McCreight, was brought up yestorday
morning for sentence. Tlie prisoner
had mado open threats in court to murder Mr. Kirkland on tho lirst opportunity nnd this no doubt was taken into consideration by his lordship iu pronouncing sentence. Ah Hoy was sentenced to 15 years in penitentiary,
wliich sentence has met with genoral
approval. After being removed from
the dock, Ah Hoy repeated his threats
against the Hie of Mr. Kirkland and
alao promised that as soon 113 ho is ro
leaned ho will cut tlie throats of tho
two Indinns who gavo evidence against
him. It is probable, however, that at
tho ond of 15 years his inclination to
kill will have cooled off considerably.
Ah Ohue, charged with burglary and
larceny, and who was tried under tho
"Speedy Trials Act," camo before Mr.
Justice McCreight this morning, and
was sentenced to 10 years in penitentiary. Ah Chuo burglarized Mr. C. CI.
Johnston's houso at Vancouver, and
beforo sentence was pronounced on
him this morning ho signified his intention of murdering Mr. Johnson for
giving evidonco againat him. Our
ChincBo citizens aro becoming very
bold, but a few more sentences Htich as
theso is certain to havo a wholesomo
effect on them. Along term of imprisonment Ib a greater punishment to
Chinamen than death.
AO. F.-COUItT LOUD DUPFEIUN.
, No. (WW. The regular meetings of
tho above Court are licld at the Foresters'
Hull,on llio lirst.iin-i third Wednesday In
eaeh month, ut 8 p. m.—Jno. McMuui'UY.
Kenr., P. C. It.	
\\J C. T. U.-RKGUI-Alt MELTING
VV . every Wednesday nfternoon at 8
O'clock at the \V. C. T, U. llendijiuirlcrs,
DoilglaB ftt. liuynl Le/lon In tho -.umo
plii<'«! every Prlduv afternoon.—Mtts. Jam.
('UNNIN'tHAM, I'R'Sldeilt;   MISS Dl-lBl'lCK
Secretary, ^^ 	
Koitor lo Whom Elouer.
Eorron Columbian*.—Sir,—I intended
to have corrected the mistake in Saturday's issue regarding the cherries scut to
Mr. Van Horne. Tho cherries in question came from the garden of Joseph
Wintemute, Esq., Pelham st., and I must
say that had photographs beon taken of
the trees before tho cherries were picked
off they would occasioned as much surprise as the branch I exhibited. It is a
grout pity that our horticultural society
has not been alive to tlie advantage that
might accrue to the province by preserving fruit ns well as by photographing
trees in full fruit.
I am,
Yours, &c,
0. E, C. Browx.
A Htriiiigfi'-fi Crlllrssm.
Editor Columbian'.--Sm,—Ou Sunday week I attended ■ the Methodist
chapel in this town. One of tho members thereof asked 1110 if it was "my
Father's house," meaning thereby, I presume, whether I was a professed Christian, had accepted Christ, and "received
the power to become n son of God," and
the pi
ftirthi
ur-Mo**; tsUfVau Nn, 0, a. f.
■fc a< M.-'rii'i regular meetings of tills Lodge are holdju
, . the iM>'SOiilcTeinpL'M-.ii llK-Ilr;*t,
Wfidne-jihiy In v.uoh month, at 7::ji) o'clock
p.m. Sojourning brethren are cordially
invliet lonitcud.—W.t\Chatham,ftee,
BOARD OF TIIADE-. Hoard itoom,
Oddfellows Urn-It Block, up-stairs
Council mei'tHon llie tlrst and third Wednesday In each montli,ut I p.m. Quarterly
inefiinj**ion tlii-'^ndof Fell., May , Aug.,
and Nov., nt 1:30 p. m. New momUorB
mny be proposed unit elected nl nny (Inur-
t.erly meetliiL'.—U. Housos, Hoc.
SHETLAND SHAWLS.
Just the Thing for Cool Summer Evenings
LADIES', MISSES' & CHILDREN'S
Wholesale and Retail Brnggrts
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTEtt, B. C.
Artillery and Rifles!
^] New Westminster Rifles will parade
In plain chillies to-morrow (THU1 SHAY)
evening,at.7.;it)o-cioek,nt tho Drill Slied,
to decide on   iilti-niHn-*   lho Viincnivcr
celebration,   C. M. mcnauohtkn.
dJoKlia Oapt. Com'd'g.
NOTICK 13 HBBEBY GIVEN THAT
the undersigned Intend to apply nt
lhe next Bitting of the Licensing Board
for tho City of New Westminster for an
hotel license to sell Intoxlcutlnu' liquors
hy retail on th« premises known us the
"Central" hole!, on Colum hin, street, In
the snld city. HTKWAIIT A CASH.
Now Westminster, Juno ill, 188D.   dJollll2
Silk, Merino, Natural Wool, Fancy Woolen,
Balbriggan and Cotton.
Morphine  FJcnrtM.
The freo salo of morphine to anyono who wishes to buy it in having a
bad effect on many persons who arc
inclined to the habit. Instances of iti
commom uso and the evil effects arising out of it aro frequont, oven in Wostminstor, though tho hospital records
ahow that tho other cities of the provinco aro still moro 'burdened with tho
morphine fiend than tho lloyal City.
A wook ago an Irishman, speaking a
beautiful broad broguo and professing
BuHiciont religion to warrant' Iub canonization without waiting for death
and after results to entitle him to the
degree, was admitted into St. Mary's
hospital and placod in the freo ward.
Just what he was suffering from could
not he fairly decided on, but ho wns
iti a very bad way, and so tho good
sisters kept him, A fow days ago
the Bisters decided to givo the ponr
man a change of clothing, fur his own
were in a very bad condition nnd not
Iter implying that tho building was
■'God's house," and dedicated to his servico.
Last Sunday I again attended, there.
Tho minister announced that next Sunday ho intends to discuss the Town Bylaws, and so gavo me to understand ho
had for that evening borrowed "Hod's
houso" to be used as a public hallfor tho
debating of local politics.
Now, I nm not a "church member, but
somo years ago—perhaps when I was at
school—-I read tho Scriptures, and remember this passage, "If thou turn
away from doing thy pleasure on my
holy day, and call tho Sabbath a delight,
tho holy of tho Lord, honorable, and
shalt honor him, not doing thine own
ways, nor finding thine own pleasures,
nor speaking thine own words, then I
will feed tho with the heritage of Jacob;"
and also this, when Christ saw tho Temple boing tiBod for othor purposes than
that for which it was dedicated: "Ho
made a scourge of small cords" and drove
tho defilcrs out, saying, "It Is written
my house is tho house of prayor, but yo
liavo made it"—well, I'll put it milder
than He, and Bay, a bear garden for the
discussion of local politics.
I am a stranger, nnd had somo thoughts
of joining one of the churches, but if
local politics bo a feature in local rcli
glon, instead of doing so, if I pray at all,
it will bo to bo saved from the churches,
and that tho ministers who so forgot their
high calling mny talk to empty benches.
Phbno.
New WestminBter, Juno 17, 1880.
BAZAAR
The Sisters of St. Ann's Convent will
hold ii Bazaar of
FANCY & USEFUL ARTICLES
 AT THE         *
DRILL  SHED
 OK—-
June 25,26 & 27.
HEFRESHMKNTS ot nil liluds will lm
served, commencing nt noon on end,
dny. djcistil
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
M.A.McRAE
Merchant 'tailor
BEAUTIFUL HANOE OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Chock
5U.1II1?M1&.VEM.M1
FOK SPUING AND SUMMBI1.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Columbia St,,  .  Nkw Westmisstbi.
MASONIC BLOCK,       -,-___   NEWWESTMINSTER.
MNIER
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
Ode, Campbell A Co'
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
dtc
Next door bank of Montreal.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
2_,B_t_2_B2_   X2ST
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
La'brad.ox "Elexri-rig's,
*M:ac*s*:exel, Salt Cod,
____xxxi.o-__x'_- "CJnc. "Haras,
A,imoui's "CJ-nc. "Bacon.
Floiix. Bxaxi. Snorts,
«rHIGIIE»T PRICKS 1'AID FOB FARM PRODUCE,
8ooullar-Arm«rong Blook, Oolumbla St.
DIRECT IMPORTERS & DEiLERS IK
HIQ-H-OLASS
DRY GOO
GROCER IES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON  MARCHg.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
I
soMw'r
WALKER & SHADWELL.
dws-Wo

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