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NEW   WESTMINSTEB., B. 0., SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 29, 1889.
NUMBER 103
■WEMIWA1 til-
T. e. AT
ttiStHTisf'.-soij
m -USINESI CARDS.
. ATK1NBO-I,
.'mTO»iv, ROMOITOR, 4o. OlTloes-
Mnsonlc Building, NowWestmlnster,
dwto
AHillSTltONG *, I.CKSTKI-J,
iRRISTERS,  SOLICITOUS.   ETC-
f Masonlo Ilui'illng, Kew westmln-
*MJ.Oi_ dwiny'tc
J W.^oitHAH 801.1., <-..<-.,
|?£E'f«;AT-LAW,I,.'.NUAOENT.
|taa^-c,»tait'
ci.Kiuiiiin, jinoii & jii-jKH,
TWISTERS. SOLICITOUS, otc. Offl-
fts—Mnsonlo Buildings, Hew Wost-
'erL!in<l Vniieouver, B. 0.        d\.te  •
fARY
DRYDOKB-JACK', M. A ,
Y FUBLla, CONVEYANOEIt,
Barrister of the New Brunswick
to Court, onlco in tho Humley
g, Columbia St., opiioslto iheCol-
otol.  depute
»KPII IS, OAYKOIi, t:.A.,1.1..11.
.MEDALIST o( tlio Unlvorsllj ot
Epulilll.    UAJilHSTER-AT t.AVV* ot
H*W**¥ oTariUteA Oillces,
-^lSSg*""5"- \  '-"■•--Re'"
VOOD, D.D.S.,    t-
■'■ « o°N  tiENTOeiiliil College, lu pr
odo
' Mo toni
U'ilov.'t
Vancouver,
■lui-HOto
««A
)lllof!~C'oriiorMaiyand
;■• wcstmliisler.   cfwto
ft-AOMIKlte
_   --,...,  r   t'-llce—Uoo-fln, over
ItllTEOTft c''Coh'l,*b'a8trect,West-
li of B.'_ ■_ ite
. -.MAM  R. KINO, P*
Vl(.0T,8AI|IITARYENP"-'s'- ~
.-iteinoved to Artnf-ro do vp"
Stroet,.. wattt* lo (HriJTEER,
,_, -inula 1'iiult u.troni*i*i*,plock,
Ory Syt   w L'-AmliMte-* — Room
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of tbe Lost makes; Cross-cut A Hand-Saws.
Barbed Wire tor Fencing, and all the necessary Utensils for Farinllllil
Pulley Blocks, Snatcn Blocks, Rope Si Chain in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar Si Oukinii- Tarred and I'lnin Paper for Bulldlngi Paints & Oil;
inall oolorsi Liiiiild Paints iu all bIilcIcs; Floor Paints ready touse; Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper in all designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating Ollst Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements.
tt Speoial attention given to orders by wail.
dwjlyato
T. T. *P*R^.*P*P SO CO.,
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
GRANT & MAOLURE.
s& Shoes!
WESTMINSTER.
W. THWAUPEAU,
AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS-
I man. Humley moult, New Wc£.tmln-
f, B.0.       dmylSto
A. V. t'OTTOX,
lOMINION and PROVINCIAL LAND
1 8UUVRY011. Oflloo: Itoom 0, Bank
B. C. building, Westminstor, B.J3.	
a. VIITEMMIUII,
KAI. ESTATE BROKER nnd Comity
i Court Agent. Commissioner, Notary
bile, Ac. Rents collected. Omce—Mc-
ns-le Street, Nuw Westminster, BjO.
T. J. TItAPP,   jm
UCTIONEKR    AND     A-drRAISEK.
Columbia wired, New Westminster.
cuminiKslciu-' will tecjelvo prompt
1 citraful tiii'-.ittun. Best references
an when required. mhlHt-to
TVIUIUU, BKI'-TO** A CO.,
EROIIANTS.    Wharf   St., Vletoiln.
Ageuts for North British und Mor-
itllo IiiHiwmce Co. Tor Miiinliuiil. II.
iBBTOH & Co;, 80 flnsintry circus, Lon-
i. 0  dto__
ujo
teal  Estate Brokers and
Financial Agents*
ENTtt FOR
oufeilerntlon Life Association of
Toronto,
.oyiil and Ltuicahhlrts Kite Innui->
an. n Compuiilf m.
*L.Viiiimlilo Lois for sale 111 the City
District of WeHiminslor; und choice
h In the City of Vancouvor.
Drsons wishing to buy or sell oity or
ul property should communicate with
JBcos: Bank of B.O, bull-ling, opposite
todloo, Westminster, and Hastings §t.,
pcoiiviT. dwaplQto
{AND BROS.
%\h ESTATE DROKBRBi
Vonveyaiioci'i, Collectors,
And Insurnnct Agt-ntt,
NEW WESTMINSTER!  Corner
McKenzie and Clarkson Hts.
VAN-.OUVI-'.H, Cordovn Htreet.
LONDON -England.
JriLDING LOTS for salo In all section--
Vancouver und New Westminster City.
KM LANDS of superior ouallty for
, at Ghllllwliaoli, Tort Hammond,
Igtey, Matsqui, Sumns, Mud Bny,Lad-
ts Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
I P1U Rlvor.
laps and Plans exhibited und the fiill-
Informatlon furnished atalluurolllces.
New Spring Goods I
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
-J.   St.   A£ A NEON'S
AbssSutely Pure.
This powder nover varies. A marvel ol
purity, si rem {'th und wbole'ionioness. Moro
economical than tbo ordinary kinds, und
cannot be sold in compoiltion with Ihe
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powder**. Sold only In enns.
Royal Baking Powdek Co„loa Wall St.,
Now York. Ufely
FaFmJbrSale.
• OT 27, BLOCK 4 NORTH RANOB 0'
. West, Lulu lslnntl, ut a bargain.—
-ily to RANDBI109.,orl-DWAHDA.
m
aifAKl'E, Lulu Island.
To HflOt.
MERCHANT
Colnmbla Street,
TAILOR.
New Westminster.
Globe
MRS.   WM.   RAE
WILL OFFER
FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS
Dress Ooods at Cost Price
Call Early and Secure Bargains.
[W. BOVILL,
leal Estate Agent
i AND CONVEYANCER.
I)W WESTMINSTKR.-Omce, Mackon-
[f zto Streot.
LnCOUVER: —Omce, Abbott Stroet,
I near Cordova Streot.
Jul! List of City nnd Suburban Fro-
fty.
^articular attention paid to Farming
Jhds.
Btccnmto  Information   to  correapnnd-
,  dwn-yOyl
ALBERT J. HILL & 007
vil Engineers, LandSur-
/eyors& Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
ANGIAL, SHIPPING ft COMMISSION AGENTS
Vln. Ute A Marine insurance.
ldmhiast., • Oi'i*. Colonial Hotri,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
IIVE IMORSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
r tontloti to all professional orders and
lilor llielr services in veil doi its and noli-
ildonis having Oily or Country Proporty
dlsposo of or ilcsli lm; prolltablu Invest-
ant,
Ourllsla of ctlBlhlopropertle'-arocom-
-•ehoiiKlvi) nnd constantly receiving audi-
bns, und our favomblo custcrn connvr-
fins both lu Catuidu und the Atlantic
lau'sii-v-i uu unusual ruollltlos for busl>
leclnl attunllou will bo pnld to tho
,.-huso nud Inspection of Lumbar for
Jpmont to foreign ports. Tonnage cliur*
tod und general shipplni' business trnus-
dwaplyl
[acpherson
DRUGGISTS,
nre and Fresh Drugs
lateni; Medicines, Eto
t PHYSIOUWS'
P-ESUI-II-HS   OkntFUUV
Compounded.
BREDEMEVEO, DR. PH.
I (t-utc Partner of John MiWIukor)
rKlNOENaiNKKR, IT.8. A PROVIN-
lOIAIiStTRVEYOR.AASSAYEn,
WONlO TRMPLB   BI.O0K,   VAHCOUVKB,
llrlt.Col,
_TRellulito reports, umtcrgmuml mir-
vm nml maps u/ mines exountod ntlow
Ies, Assnysnindeoti nil kinds of min*
ftln, gold and silver ham. Thirty yours'
jpcrlentie In mining In AHln, Kiirope
■d United Htnlcs of Amorlon. Rponlts
H lunttiiages. Assays from a dlstanoe
fompllyailondodlo. Address Vuneon-
"J.O. -ItlolTto
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
Insurance and Financial
A.<3rESI«'iT,ISI,
OFFI0ES.1N  THE
Block,   Apiily to _
■ljololo
AIIMSTRONO
TO RENT.
A PLEASANT ROOM TOR TWO OEN-
tlcmun. with or without lloiinl, In
lu'lviilis family.   Apply nl third liouso up
tho hill, lelt hund -sideo-noughts stieol.
*    dJolOlo
Timber Lnnds for §<ile.
THE DISCOVERER'S INTEREST IN
about8,000uoresof tlrit-class Timber
Lands, principally Fir.
WOODS, TURNER A GAMBLE.
New West., II. C, Juno 11,1889.   dJol2ml
TO LEASE.
THE UNION HOTEL, opooslto Masonic
und Oddfellows' Block".
For particular.-, apply nt the
MAINLAND RESTAURANT,
djelmt New West.nlnBter,
First-class Prairie Farm
*.-,,    ahorse, s-ax-jei.
SUPEfiBT.Y SlTtTATED ON LULU ISLAND, North Arm, Eraser Rlverj cmi-
tninlng 210 acres of tho finest farming lnnd
In tha country; all dyked, woll improved,
good buildings, good orchard (bearing),
For further Information enqulro of
MAJOR & PEARSON,
dmySOtc Now Westminster.
WANTED.
FOUROR FIVE GOOD STONEMASONS.
Apply to ACKERMAN BROS.,
djolmo New Westminstor.
Plants for Bale!
AT THB
NEW WESTMINSTER, crMNoEKRESzL^8°N
VANCOUVER,
CORNER CORDOVA AND
ABBOTT STREETS.
—AND-
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG. .07 cannon rr.
Farming Lands t Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Loi facing on Colnmbla and Front Sts.,
hi central portion of the city; several
buildings bring good rent-$2*2,000.00.
Lot 4, Block 7, noar Lytton Squaro,
0(1x132 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Front 3ta.-5Q.000.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St., 33x66 feet—
$4,000.00,
Abo—Lot and Building with stock of
Ooods, one of tho best business stands
in tho oity.
Improved Residential Property
Lot 15, Bloek 13} two houses rented at
paying figures—$4,500,00,
House and Lot.on Lome St., near Columbia—$125(1.00.
Lots 4, 5 k 0, Blook 10} good house,
garden, ko.; ohoioe residenco property
-95,250,00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St,} fenced and
cleared—$1500.00.
House and Lot on Columbia St.} ono of
tho finest residences in tho oity—$7,*
000.00.
Houso and Lot on lloyal Avenue, near
Douglas St,—$2,000,00.
Houso nnd 3 Lots, corner lloyal Avonuo
and St. l'atiink's St.; no better real*
doneo site In tho otty—$10,000,00.
1 acre, wtth 7 houses, near the Park—
$0,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Blook 28; cornor lot on Agnes St.;
fine residence site- $1200.00.
Lots un St, Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avenue—$500.00 each.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Halifax Sts., near Clinton St.; fine views
and well situated—$350.00, $375.00,
$500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton-
$300.00.
Lot 0, Sub-Block 10; fine residence lots—
$250.00.
Lots on Folham St., near Mary—$600,00
eaoh,
Lot on Pelham St., near St,-Andrew's;
fine site—$500.00.
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne—
$350.00.
Lot in St, Andrew's Square - $300.00.
Lots in Block fronting on North Am
road; finest chance ln the market fo:
residenco or speculation—§125.00 t<
$175.00.
Lots tn Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Bloo
12—$60.00 to $125.00.
Lot« tn Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloo
13-$100.00each,
Lots in Westminster Addition at $15,00
to $50.00.
Im Great Vaiuety, Isoi-odino,
GERANIUMS. Doublo and Single* FU-
CHI AH. till new varieties; ROSES,
Doublo PETUNIAS, MOON-FLOWERH;
a line collection of DAHLIAS (named
varieties). ANNUAL!-*, 25 cts. per doz.
Mixed REDDING PLANTS, 81.50 per doe.
I offer 10 Planls for 81, Including I Storm
King Kueliiu, Bouquets, Wreaths nnd
CrosRos made to order. Fruit, Vegetables
nnd Flowers nt Store, next City Hotel, Columbia SI. Orders by mull promptly ntteuded to-      Idwmv'yl]      |\ LATHAM.
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DRUB61STS
tt.* HA -a? -t-N **M El mt   a   w
Queen's Hotel Block,
NKW WIWYmSSTKIt.
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PRUSCHIPriONS A SPECIALTY,
daplto
Mm to
SO   CO.
Real   Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Properly,
Colled Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
Aud transact all Businoss relating to
ileal Estate,
—AGENTS FOR—
london Assurance Corporation.
Connecticut Fire Insnrnncc Co. or
Hartford.
London nnd Lnnc'ishlre Ufa Assurance Co.
Canton Insurance Otllce, Ld. (Marino)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
df-ieHyl
SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY.
The annual production of chemicals in France is suid to have reached
the great value of $300,000,000.
A mixture of finely powdered
mica and crude petroleum is said to
bo'giving remarknble results as a lubricant.
Electrio radiations have been concentrated by lenses in the important
researches by Prof. O, J. Lodge and
Mr. 3, Howard.
A prize of $1500 is to he awarded
in 1892 by the Guy Hospital, London, for a paper on "The Influence
of Micro-organisms upon Inflammation."
, Br. John Gibson has made the
important discovery that two chemically distinct kinds of sea water are
present in tlie North Sea. One is
rich in chlorine, and comes from tlio
Atlantic to tbe south, the other has
less '-chlorine, and flows from the
Arctic Ocean.
From 50)000 analyses in a German laboratory, it appears that
fluctuations in the solids of milk
depend almost entirely on variations
of the fat. The evening milk is
richer than that of tho morning, and
the November and December milk
than thut of other months.
In German experiments during
the ksfc two seasons, copperas increased the yield of vines and protected the vineyards against parasites, increased the yield of clover
und lucerne from 22 to 33 per cent,
increased the yield of potatoes and
tended to suppress potato-disease
when applied to the young plants,
and gave good results with cram.
The Zoological Socioty of France
has noticed witli alarm that the
swallows returning from Africa have
this year avoided their accustomed
landing-places and have flown to
othor parts of Europe, east or west,
evidently to avoid the many traps
sot for them on tho low-lying French
coast. Tho slaughter of tho birds
for Parisian milliners has been enormous for several years.
Oontauiousness op OANOiSIt.—In
a French village of about 400 inhabitants,! 1 of the 74 deaths in eight
years wero from cancer. Dr. Arn-
audet finds that 6 of the cases of
cancer were in a single neighborhood, am nog persons who used as a
beverage cider diluted with dark-
colored water from the swampy
ground, and that in 5 of the victims tbo disease attacked the stom*
ach. These facts aro given in support of tho view that cancer is contagious, tho swamp water seeniint*
tohave served as carrier of tho
contagion.
Haudness op Woods.—A writer
on the comparative hardness of
woods places hickory at 100, getting
for pig-nut hickory 96, white oak
8-1, whito ash 77, apple treo 70,
red oak 69, white beach 65, black
walnut 65, black birch 62, yellow
ahd black oak 60, hard maplo 56,
white elm 56, chestnut 52, yellow
poplar 61, butternut and white
birch -13, and white pino 35. Another writer infers that wood** having a degree of hardness less than
about 40 per cent of that of hickory
should uot be clasaed with the hard
woods, most lumbermen looking upon everything except white pine as
hard. In reality, there are several
American woods of less importance
that are about as soft as white pine,
or oven softer.
Phosphorescent MixTUi*Bs.-Frotu
some interesting observations on
phosphorescent powderB by E, Bec-
buerel, these results are summarized :
1, Sulphur and pure carbonate of
calcium give very slight phosphorescence. 2. Sulphur and puro carbonate of calcium plus 0.5 to 1.5 per
cont of soda give brilliant green
phosphorescence. 3. Sulphur and
pure carbonate of calcium plus traces
of manganese or lismuth give little
or uo phosphorsecence. 4. Mixture
as No. 3, but with 1 per cont of Roda,
gives strong yellow or blue phospbor-
es cence. 5. Mixture as No. 1 plus
traces of lithia, gives intense green
phosphorescence. 6. Sulphur nnd
oyster shells, etc., give red phosphorescence. 7. Mixtures as No. 1,
plus traces of rubidium, gives red
phosphorescence. 8. Sulphur and
pure carbonate of strontium give
very faint bluish green phosphorescence. 9. Sulphur and pure carbonate of strontium plus soda give
bright green phosphorescence.
Preventing  Inoculation.—The
Fronch farmers, at least, have appreciated the importance of Pasteur's
discoveries that the virus in many
infectious diseases is due to microbes
and that the microbes, especially
in fowl cholera, splenic fever in
cattle and sheep, and red fever in
swine, may be so weakened by artificial culture that inoculation with
them gives only mild disorders
while securing immunity from fatal
forms of tho diseases. M, ftoux, of
tho Pasteur laboratory in Paris,
statea thut the agricultural societies
of Franco, Italy and Austria have
adopted the inoculation treatment,
and tho varions insurance companies require it. The sheep treated annually in .France number 250,-
000 or more. Inoculations in man,
for hydrophobia, have been made
after the disease-germs had already
entered tho system from the bites
of mad dogs, yet it is claimed that
the mortality is now only one per
cent among persons treated and 15
per cent among those not treated.
THE CRONIN MURDER.
More Indictments are Found in
the Cronlu Murder Case, and
More to Follow.
The Coining Prize Fight and Opinions on the Same Attract
Great Attention.
Kilrain Appears to be the General
Favorite and Sullivau is Los-
ins; Ground.
Children Cryfor Pitched Castoria
TUB CHONIN CASE.
Chicaoo, Juno 29.—The grand jury
resumed its inroBtii-ation of tliu Oronin
niurder, this morning, by further examination of witnesses connected with
tho Ckn-Na-Gael.
HAWKINS PLEADS NOT OOILTY.
San Fhancisco, June 29.-—Michael
Hawkins pleaded not guilty this morning, to a charge of assault to murder
Mrs; Peter Donahue, the widow of the
deceased capitalist.'
THE AMERICAN IIOYAL FAMILY.
Washinoton, June 29,—Mrs. Harrison, accompanied by her father, tho
grand children and servants, returned
at 2:30 this afternoon, from Cape May.
About 11 o'clock, the president, without eaying a word to anyone, put on
his hat aud coat, went to the depot
and took a train to meet them. This
ho did at Baltimore and completely
surprised them.
SHOULD HEMAIN   EX-MAYOll.
Pittbboro, June 29.—-"Who do I
think will win the Sullivan-Kilrain
fight" said ox-Mayor Andy Fulton,
"well, if both men aro in good condition there will be but one man in tho
rinu, and Ina name is Sullivan. Even
if John L. is not quite in shape 1 think
he can do Jake."
THE COMING FIGHT.
New York, June 29.—Nearly all
tho details for the Sullivan-K.ilruin
B-'ht are tirmngud. Bud Retmud has
been given solo control of the financial
arraniiemcnt kb fur aB Kilrain iB concerned. An Uenaud was acceptable to
Frank StevmiBun, he will undoubtedly
be agreed upon for manager of the
tight. Whilo local prejudice ia lurgely
iu favor of Sullivan, b-ah men may
feel sure of fair play. Tho Southern
Athletic Club, which haB 1200 members, declared itself us a body a sup-
porter of Kilrain. On the other hand,
tho Young Men's Gymnastic Club,
ucurly aHsti-niii*, is sUuneh in support
of tho "Bosttin Boy." It ie not the
intention oi Reiuud and Stuvenaon to
divulge tlio place of the mill oxcept to
ono representative of Sullivan. Bud
llLiiaucVhasrftskeil Capt. Jim Fergi-
soti, ofMei-iden, Miss., to bring his
company of rifles down to preserve
order at the ring Bide. Nothing more
can be done ns to the flght until the
arrival of Sullivan.
a uia WALK.
Belfast, N. Y., June 29.—Sullivau
is pegging away like a good one, and
has not failed to obey uny instructions
of his trainer. He took a 26 mile trot
to Black Ruck Spring, and Muldoon
is nut letting up on him a bit,
THE PARSON'S OPINION.
Chicaoo, Juno 29.—Tho majority
of sporting men of Chicago seem to
think Kilrain will be tho winner. The
big man from Boston had many admirers in this city, but his fondness
for liquor indulged ou numerous noto*
worthy occasions has caused quondam
admirers to flock to the standard of
the Baltimore pugilist. Parson Davis
said to-day: "I believe John L. Sullivan will be whipped by Kilrain. Tho
latter is naturally a good fighter ond
Mb training has been most rigorous.
He will be in tho pink of condition
when he faces the big fellow. Sullivan's well known exoesscs must have
affected hiin, and he is not the man he
used to be. Kilrain hasn't been talking much, but he will give a good account of himself when tho timo comes.
KILRAIN WILL WIN.
Philadelphia, June 29.—A prominent sporting man, who recently induced Sullivau to come here and wrestle Muldoon, confidently believo.- Kilrain will carry oil the laurels. "Sullivan would win the fight," said Mr.
Cole, "if hu wero iu the Bame physical
condition now he was five years ago.
As it is, his system is greatly abused.
Kilrain possesses ono advantage in
Charley Mitchell for a trainer, Mitchell knows nil of Sullivan's weak
points, and his condition then cannot
bo overlooked."
rilESlDENTAL APPOINTMENTS.
Washinoton, D. O., Juuo 29.--
The jin-siili-nt appiiinWd the folbwing:
U. S. Consul W. Snrsby- vi Must*, at
Guayquil, E.-umlur, Edward L. Good*
now, i.f Maine, at St. Johns, N. Fd;
D. B. Hubbard, lif Mass.. at Anna-
berg, Germany; Hugo M.^arklolF, of
Missouri, at Bremen Germany; Wm.
T. Gunnoll, of New York, at Man-
ohiMtur, England; John A Tibhetts, of
Conn., at Bradford, England; R. W.
W. Tumor, of Kansas nt Cadiz, Spain
W. D. Simson, of Kansas, nt St. Johns
N.B.,
A MONTREAL OPINION,
Montreal, June 29.—A very general impreBBion prevails here that tho
Sullivan-Kdrain tight will nover come
oil', aud that if the men do meet in
tho ring neither will be allowed to win.
Harry Phillips says: "Sullivan, if he
has kopt straight as long as they say
ho has, ought to make n good battle,
though Kilrain may do him up. It
all depends upon the men running it
whether tho fight will be fought or
not,
VETERAN POSTMASTER DEAD.
New York, Juno 29. — Abtam
Wakoman, postmaster in Now York,
under Lincoln's administration, died
this morning nt 46 East 20th street.
He has been confined to bed 3 months,
owing to a 00111 plication of diseases, at
the bottom of which wns rheumatic
gout. He waB born in Connecticut
and was 65 years-old. Early in life he
taught school at Rochester, and in
1844 began tho study of law, nt Little
Falls; in 1846 he camo to New York
and was admitted to the bar in 1847.
OBNEllAL OPINIONS.
Boston, Juno 29.—Sporting men of
this city do not seem to take much intorest in the coming flght between
Sullivan and Kilrain, It is very
doubtful if more than u fow will journey
from hero to Now Orleans to see tho
fight. Somo cf thom aro still of tho
opinion tho fight will never come off,
and the reason given by others for not
going is that tho weather will be too
hot down-there. Kilrain hae moro
supporters in this eity than ono would
imagine, nnd a number of them wero
once considered Sullivan's staunchest
friends. But littlo betting is indulged
iu. Nearly evory case where money
is wagered, tho Sullivan end has given
odds. Capt. Cook of the Police News,
said : "Tho man wbo lasts will win
the tight. Everybody knows what
Sullivau, the champion of the world is.
It ia likely to prove a hard fight."
Editor Holske said : "I am putting
my dollars on Kilrain, My reason for
doing so are that I think ho is a
wonderfully clever sparrer, and because he has never dissipated, and always trained conscientiously. His
fight with Jem Smith proves he is on
the topmast round of tho pugilistic
ladder." Dominic McCaffray declares
his belief Kilrain will win. "Why?
Because I think he's the better mun."
Miku Boyle, #iys "Sullivan will come
in ahead in my opinion. He is a great
boxer and then his famous rushes demoralize the other party. His agility,
considering his weight, is remarkable.
Then report* from Belfast indicate he
is training' to fight for his lifo, He
will enter the ring in ua fine condition
as he over did." Billy Edwards remarked thoughtfully, "While of courso,
prophesying is somewhat difficult, still
I think Kilrain has somew'hat tho better chance. He takes much better
caro of himself than most pugilists
do; he is a faithful worker and has a
cool head."
THE CRONIN CASE.
Chicago, June 28.—It ia given out
on eminent authority to-night that at
least three indictments havo been
drawn up and will be presented to the
court by the jury to-morrow. The
men againat whom it ib reported thut
the indictments will be returned are
Alexander Sullivan, Lawrence R.
Buckley, of the executive committee
of tho Clan-Na-Gael, and Lawyer John
F. Beggs, Sheriff Watson haB already
boen notified to take charge of the
latter to-morrow.
Richmond Council.
Council met on Saturday, June 22nd.
Present, Reeve Kidd and Councillors
Stewart, Garratt, Blair and Daniels,
Tno board of works reported Ah
Li'ii'ti contract on road No. 13 completed, 68 rods at ?1.12i aud G2£ rods
nt82.tR), total §190 25" and recommended payment of bi-.hn-.ei', $115 25;
also having lut a contract to same party
as follows: to dm-pen Ihe slough on
seotion 20, Sua Island, to drain road
ditch 90 rods at 60u. per rod; to construct ditch and road from bridgo situ
westward, along the river to section 17,
theuce between seotion 17 aud 20, 18
aod 19,13 aud 24, to rond No. 12; beginning on road No 12 and running
between auctions 11 aud 14,10 and 15,
and 0 and 10, lo tho Indian stake, iu
accordance with contract submitted
aud duly signed, prioe $1.80 per rod
throughout.
The reeve and clork reported that
they hi.d completed debentures to tho
amount of $16,000 nnd placed them in
the hands of Mr. Fisher, whereupon
Mr. Fisher gave satisfactory assurance
tn the g-jvernment that the sum of
§13,750 would bo available for bridge
construction whenever called for; that
they had closed tho Bale of debentures
to Mr. Brymner and had placed the
proceeds, $15,300, in the bank of B.C.,
to the credit of the municipality.
On motion, the reports wero adopted, and Ah Lon's bill was passed.
Tho communication and resolution
from Vancouver council, laid on the
tablo at last meeting, was then taken
up. Moved by Coun. Stewart, seconded by Ooun. Blair as follows :
Whereas, the resolution passed by
the council of the oity of Vancouver
on the 10th inst., although purporting
to explain and justify the demand
made by resolution passed by that
council on the 15th April, calling upon
this corporation to fulfil a supposed
obligation at once, does not show any
good grounds for this counoil to change
its decision as expressed by resolution
passed May Ilth, namely, that by such
said resolution of the 15th of April,
tho Vancouver council placed this corporation in a false light before the
publio by misrepresenting the circumstances of tho case; that the provincial
government having assumed full control of the business in connection with
tho proposed bridges, and adopted a
plan for a costly bridge without consulting this corporation, it was unreasonable, unjust, and inopportune to
pass a resolution asking this corporation to raise the extra sum required
over and abovo the estimated coat.
And whoreni, at the time said resolution of the 15th of April waa passed
by tho council of ihe city of Vanoouvor thiB council wns doing everything
iu ita powor to nrrango to enrry out
both tho letter and tho spirit of ihe
provisional agreemont mado by this
corporation with tho council of the
city of Vancouver, this council did und
does still consider the said resolution
as unjustifiable and cannot acquit the
said council of Vnncouvor from having
acted selfishly nud discourteously in the
matter.
Therefore be it resolved that tbe
council of tho oity of Vancouver bu
nnd is hereby informed that it is useless to forward to this council uny
more communications of this naturo,
or make any further attempts to befof
the question at issue; that, until such
council can show that this council had
failed before the passing of tho resolution of tho 15th April to aet honorably in all matters relating to the
bridge question, this council must hold
itself free from blame, and that tho
council of the city of Vancouvor acted
imprudently and unjustly in tho mat-
tor, and that the clerk bo and is hereby instructed to forward n copy of this
resolution to the counoil of Vancouver.
Carried.
Ou motion of Coun. Daniels, seconded by Coun. Garratt, the clerk was instructed to communicato with tho ohtef
commissioner of lands and works, asking for information respecting the closing of contract for the construction of
the bridges over the North Arm, whon
tho work is to bo commenced, and
when completed.
Councillors Stewart and Garratt
wero instructed to stake out the line of
road across the front of Mr. Sexsmith's
property.
The council adjourned to meet on
Saturday July Oth, at 10 o'clock a. m.
A PROPER SNUBBING.
Russian Officers Show their Distaste to a German Toast
Very Plainly.
Archbishop Croke Strongly Sap-
ports Mr. O'Brien's Campaign
Agaiiit-'t Landlords.
Sir Chas. Tapper's Famous Imperial Federation Speech will Become Hore Famous,
Albort Wilson, aged five years, of
Toronto, accidently fell into a tub ot
boiling water Thursday, and died kjie
noxt morning.
SNUBBED THE GERMANS.
Berlin, Juno 29.—Tho Gazette De
Magdeburg, reports that some Russian
officers dining recently with Beveral
Germans at Stuttgart, refused to drink
a tonst to the Gorman empire, and
when reproached for their lack of
courtesy, left tho table.
supports o'ouien.
London, June 29. —Archbishop.
Croke, has written a letter to Canon
Cuhill, in which he very strongly supports Mr. Wm, O'Brien's campaign
aguiiiBt the plantation scheme of tho
landlords, which is being earned out
in Ireland. The Roman Catholic
archbishops and bishops met at May-
nooth and expressed deep regret that
Archbishop Welsh's proposal for arbitration in the landlord and tenant disputes had been adopted in such few
cases. They urged this as the only
right aud peaceful manner of getting
over the recurring difficulties of the
situation.
HASTENINO THE TROUBLE.
London, Juno 29,—Despatches from
Delagoa Bay states the situation appears serioUB. The Portugese .destroyed a portion of the newly constructed railway, and fired - upon the
English engineers. The British consulate iB crowded with refugees, and
the British interpreter, connected with
the consulate, haB been arrested,
SIR CHARLES' SPEECH.
London, June 28.—It is understood
special memiB is being taken to bring
Sir Oharles Tupper's speech at tho Imperial Federation dinner under the attention of the Imperial government.
It is openly declared that Sir Charles
Tupper would never have made Buch a
proposal on his own account, that, indeed, he only acted as the. mouthpiece
of the Dominion government. Special
attention is naturally directed to Sir
Charles Tupper's suggestion that the
proposed imperial convention mny ro-
suit in the adoption of a common fiscal
policy or system between the mother
country und the colonies. Mr. Merger's reported bellicose speech, asserting that tho French Canadians are still
French aud not colonials, and in the
face of French national danger must
unite under the tricolor, is strongly
condemned. It is hoped that the report is highly colored and that Mr.
Mercier would never gn thus far in
racial devices. The Manchester Guardian, Liberal, terma It an unfair election
trick.
THE NEW CHINA   STEAMERS.
San Francisco, June 28.—It has
just been learned here that the reason
of the Budden return of President Van
Horne, of the Canadian Pacifio Railway, to Montreal, is the expected arrival at Quebec, of the two new steamers for the trade between Vanoouver
and China. The vessels have been
built by John Elder, on tho Olyde, In
Scotland, and are owned by the Oanadian Pacifio,
ABOLISHING DUTY ON LUMBER.
Ottawa, June 28.—Sir John Macdonald said to-day an important proposition bas beon made by the Dominion government to the U. S., through
the British government. The Canadian government is willing to abolish
import and export duties on all kinds
of lumber, providing Washington authorities reciprocate. As an evidence
of good faith the Dominion authorities
have reduced tho duty on pino logs
from $3 to 82 per thousand feet, board
measure—the figure on November last,
previous to the Canadian lumbermen
asking an increase. The new order
takes effect from J uly 1st,
TWO SKELETONS  FOUND.
Ashland, Or., June 28.—A report
from Fort Klamath, this morning, says
that skeletons of two white men havo
been found on the shores of Dramoud
Lake; one that of an old man and the
other of a young man. With them
wero some remnants of clothing, a
shot gun, rifle, pack saddle and fishing tackle.etc. On their persons wore
found a diary of travel bearing dates
of September 1886, a rubber stamp
giving name of Nathan Fubbard, Jaok.
Bonville, addressed to Mrs. A. V.
Burns, Santa Cruz, Cala.
A NEW SCHEME.
San Diego, June 28.—At the lut
meeting of tho city council a petition
with 1500 signatures was presented by
the W. 0. T. U., asking the passage
of au ordinance abolishing screens in
tho doors of saloons and the removal
of piint or screens from the windows.
At tho meeting nf the council last
ovening tho committeo made a unanimous report, which tho council adopted,
and the city attorney was instructed to
draw up an ordinance to that effect.
THE SEIZED STEAMER,
New York, June 28.—-Later advices
from Hayti state that the commander
of tho United States steamer Ossipee,
in demanding tho release of the Olyde
line Bteamer Ozama, soined by Legitimes gunboats, rofused President
Legitimes offer to release the vessel
on condition that she would not go to
Gonaivcs. Captain Kellogg, of the
Ossipee* informed Legitime that the
vessel would have to be released immediately, and $5,000 bo paid over as
an indemnity for her detention.
Legitime immediately complied and
the Ozama wss escorted out of the
harbor and sailed directly to Gonaivea.
James Karn uf Beachville, Ont.,
was struck by lightning and instantly
killed, during a severe storm yesterday. He was an old resident having
been ln tho hotel business for twenty-
five years.
Tho two 'Chinese, Fong Lem and
Wah Kee, who brought action against
the O. P. K for having been ejected
from n train at Montreal, by Conductor Charlobois, have obtained through
their attorney au ample written apology together with remuneration.
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Saturday   K.-eiiinj:. June 'JO, ISS9.
The public school examinations
closed yesterday, the third day, with
the hi^h school examination. Tlio
scholars from tho junior department
up acquitted themselves very satisfactorily throughout, mul reflected
credit upon the painstaking and
efficient teaohing stall' generally.
The list of promotions, as published
the other day, from the respective
departments into Lhe next highest,
antl from tho senior public school
classes into the high school, furnishes
very good prima facie evidence that
there lias been nothing like stagnation in any of the classes during tlie
year, but steady and satisfactory advancement has crowned the combined eifprts of teachers and scholars.
The high school examination made a
good shown---*-, as will be seen by
the report in this paper. A gratifying feature of the examinations
throughout was that, in spite even
of the rather variable weather, tho
number of visitors, and particularly
of ladies, was considerably larger
than on any former occasion of tlie
kind, and the sustained interest
taken in" the proceedings was very
encouraging. The trustees — the
majority of them at any rate—
showed a laudable disposition to do
their duty that has not always been
observable on similar occasions.
Teachers and pupils have well
earned their summer holidays, upon
which they now enter, and The CoL'
umbian wishes them every happiness and profit therein.
Monday will be Dominion Day—
the twenty-second anniversary of
that auspicious event which bound
into one commonwealth the various
noble provinces and territories comprising, as tho celebrated Wiman
has gloatingly, but hardly patriotically, declared "thu greater half of
the continent;" Ii is well that this
day should be appropriately and
heartily celebrated. Our American
neighbor;" appreciate to the full the
advantages of giving their venerable
eagle an airing every Fourth of July,
besides letting the noble bird stretch
its wings and inflate its ohosfc on
sundry centenjiial occasions, which
have a trick of cropping up every
few years, It is nothing more than
fair, thon, that we should trot out
our maple leaf and beaver onco a
year, and take a turn or two round
the block to tho inspiring strains of
thu brass band, accentuated by tlie
booming of gunn and tho hissing of
rockets. All ovor the Dominion,
on Monday—from Halifax to Vancou ver*-~-f rom the forty-ninth parallel to Hudson's Straits and Great
Bear Lake—the Canadian national
Ijolid.iv will bo duly observed, anil
loyalty to country and to Queen and
patrioticenthusiasm will run high;
and everyone that does not abuse
thu day by excess will bo the butter
in body and mind for the relaxation
and Lho patriotic exorcises, and will
huvo a clearer conception than over
before of tho true greatness and
glory, present and prospective, of
hia native or adopted land, hi this
province Vancouver lias been bod-,
ceded the lead this year in makig
the public demonstrations suitable
to the occasion, and, according; to
all accounts, the "torininal city"
will have no reason to. he ashamed
of the celebration which will be held
there on Monday next, nor to complain that its sister cities have not
done their claty in tho matter. All
will hopa that tho clerk of the
. weather will suspend his much appreciated street-watering operations
ou Monday and Tuesday, Bo thut
the completo success of the celebration mny not be marred by tiiroum-
stances over which tho committee
of arrangumaiitfl can huvo no control
No wromj inference*), should be
drawn from the fact that Westminster isn't celebrating much ou its
account this year. The royal city
has got i'.s hands pretty full of other
things, and is preparing athletic
grounds,-fee. thelacko? which has been
greatly folt in nur ...nnnr celebrations. When theso grounds uro got
In propur shape, it is safe to wager
that Westminster will do its full
share in observing tho various
national holidays as they como
along. Moreover, it is the intention, to liavo nn elaborate programme til all the popular sports
in connection with the three days'
exhibition this fall at this cily, an
occasion which altogether will bu
made equal in interest and importance to any other publio demonstration of tho year. Next year, if we
may be permifclod to predict, whatever the other cities of tho provinco
do, tho royal oity will celobrato the
Queen's Birthday at least, and will
he in a position to do so right roy
ally.      	
BAPTIS1'   onuRcit,
East of   Mary Street.
services ut 11 it. m. and 7 ■■
UciioolandBlbli' Class al 2,
sei.iHfree; sarin j hits eordlai
■Hev. Thos. I*iil(lv.'ln, push.
Tho Commercial Bulletin, of Minneapolis, a journal which is said to
represent fairly tho sentiment of tho
commerjiul dement of tho flourishing "twin oities" of Minnesota, in a
recent issue deals with the sitting
of the senato committeo nn trade relations with Canada in that city,
and expresses a deoided feeling in
favor of free trade vith (he Domin-
•      ft
ion.  The Bulletin cited tho evidence
of leading manufacturers and   merchants before the committee, all  of
whom were in favor of free connections   in   trade   with Canada, and
especially with Manitoba, and wore
of opinion  that  the injury to tbe
North-western States from such a
change would  bo  slight compared
with   tho advantages to be gained
thereby,   Tho Bulletin refers to tho
evidence of Mr. O. A. Pillsbury, the
leading miller, who favored tho repeal of the wheat and flour duties,
us it would   enlarge the wheat producing field for Minnesota millers,
besides giving them a market near
home to which they could send some
of their products.    "Thero was an
almost unanimous sentiment," says
the Bulletin in summing up, "on tlio
part of  the men who responded to
the inquiries of the members of the
investigating committee, in favor of
abolishing the duty on flour, wheat,
lumber, farm implements and other
manufactured goods."   Commenting
on tho   above   facts, tho Winnipeg
Commercial very aptly says: "Therefore tho statements of theso prominent business men of Minneapolis
may safely bo   accepted   as in liar
mouy   with   their    thoughts   and
wishes, for   in every way they are
based   upon   seliishncES, the selfishness which is necessary when viewing any question on businuss principles, aud whicli cannot bo considered
unjust  because of its selfishness."
Continuing, tlio Commercial makes
the following remarks, which are so
nearly in accord with our own convictions, and previous expressions,
on the subject of trado relations between the two American commonwealths, that  wu cannot do better
than reproduce them in full: "It is
now in   ordor  for   Canadians and
especially  Manitobans to consider
tho proper advantages or disadvantages of free trade between this Dominion and the United States, and
to consider  it on as  purely selfish
grounds as have tho business men of
Minneapolis.   Of course when consideration is given to the matter, it
must   not  drift   into talk about a
tarift' tinkering arrangement, which,
would admit of free trado between
the   two   countries, but keep ng a
tariff wall against all the rest of the
world, the height of which in- both
would bo equal.   That arrangement
cannot be considered for & moment
on this side of the boundary line, as
it would practically placo. the fixing
of tariff rates for tljp Dominion in
tho power of Washington legislators.
But a system of freo trade between
the two, wliich would  leave either
freo to fix thei;- own tariff  to suit
themselves, or sweep it away altogether if necessary, is one well worthy of the careful and favorable con
aideration of Canadians iii all parts
of  tho   Dominion.   To such an arrangement there would no doubt be
strong opposition from a nost of
favored   manufacturers in Ontario
and Quebec, but wo firmly believe
the masses   of   the peoplo in every
provinco would   favor   it   in overwhelming numboraj. mid   it ia very
doubtful if tho opposition in tho two
provinces referred to would bo anything like so strong as some people
would   havo   us to believe,   Even
among protected manufacturers thero
tho feeling is rapidly gaining ground
that Canadian manufacturers must
have a much wider field than this
Dominion, if our industries of thnt
class are ever to develop into being
ablo   to  live without a   legislative
sucking bottle, ablo to nurture them
in babyhood perhaps, but not strong
enough   to   carry   them   further."
That's tho idea exactly, friend Commercial: No tinkering with the t&ritF*
or with our national independence a
la Wiman; but a fair, reasonable, and
sensible system of freo trade, partial
or complete, as u^y, by-agreed upon,
based ou the principles  of   perfect
reciprocity, aud  resulting in equal
mutual advantage and good neighborhood;
■ Job printing oi all kinds neatly dona
at the Com'-uuian office. Prioiw will U
t'ound as low aa at aav other ofilota m
tbe province —Adv
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ACCIUKNT-TheTravollci-s'ofHartfonl
liiind Hurvej-liij,' In all Its branches accurately and promptly onrrletl out,
Clsy nml Suburban Lrii-I*. for Hnli*.
We can show it complote ii-t of ileulrablfl
localities.
Kni-isilnK I-amlt-, Improved and nnlm*
prove ;, tlirou-*im-it tbe dlKlrict,
r-Itnlu*; nud oth«r Stock bought and
-old,
MoHtiy io ljoftu on tlrst mortgage ot
low rates.
Telephone Call Kb, 83.
P, 0. Diiawku w.
WOODS, TUHNKIt & OAXBIK,
Office, Elurd'8 Blook,   -   Columbia Street
nkw westminster.
(1ml) HI.?
X> X O 330* XX 3EI X&
WANTED.
ONK   TMOUSAND   CORDS   CEDAR
Bolts, /onr to seventeen feet long,—
Apply to
dto fiOYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
ESTABLISHED 1852.
Jas. Cunningham
COLOMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTEB, B. C.
IMPORTER OF
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,.
Lime, Hair.
MANUFAOTUBER OF
JK5-TIH 8 SHEET-IRON WARE.
CONTRACTS FOB
Iroi s Cornice Work, Gns-1 Atting,
FlarablBC, Roofing,' fte.
If. W.S.B., Annual Meeting
rpHE ANNUAL GKNERAL MEETING
A ot tho Bhareholdors of tbo Now Westminstor Southern Railway Company will
bo held at tbelr oillces, New Westminstor,
on Tuesday the End dayof July, 1880, nt 8
o'clock p. m. T. J. TRAPP.
djollti] Secretary.
Kindergarten School.
MI8S DRUMMOND WILL OPEN THE
nbove for children from 3 yenrs of
age, Juno l(Jtli,lS8t>.
Trii*»b-S3 per montli.
Ciiruarvon-Street, directly opposllo the
Presbyterian   Church,   New Westminster, B.C. dje8ml
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
S:   -- ,   _ 
ceived by lho Trustees of the Roynl
Columbian Hospital Compnnyuptonoon
of-SATURDAY, 'iilh Jnlr, for Ihe erection and completion of a Hr
■1, Block 2, Suburbs of New Westminster.
Eacb louder niii-'-t bo accompanied by
nn nccoptcd bank cheque for n sum equal
to Uve per oont. of iho amount of tbe ten-
dor, inado payablo to the undersigned, ln
the event of a contract being lot the
cheque will lie retained ns pari security
for ihe duo perform a neu of tho work.
Tbo choquo will ho returned to unsuccessful com]). Utor*-, but will bo forfeited
by any bidder who may decline to oxe-
euloncoiitract if i-nllcd upon to do so.
Plain* and specifications can be seen
and fori: s for lender obtained at the olllco
of Clow A Maclure, architects, New Westminstor.
The lowest or miy lender not necessarily
accepted. W. H. KEARY,
Hon. secretary.
Royal Columbian Hospital,
Now West., 27th Juno, 1889.     djcCTtd
1867
1889.
CITYOFVANCOUVER
Dominion Day
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES & RANGES!
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
T
HIS 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. Scoulla^ 05;
, 1  l|   ' -,M     '   ^"v i
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Oanadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
DesBRISAY-.Cor.
daplOto
Columbia & Blackie Sts.
BUGGIES'     BIGGIES!
JUST RECEIVED, .
A t;AIMI-«A!> W
Pell, Rice Coil-spring iMcLaughlan
MS MJ €G5- ®S Iff. WS @_&
 ALSO	
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
ig>T The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.1^!
"Ei.-3ici e&3< 0-o.2*-*ri©.
dwnpSIc
'Toronto' Mowers
towers
The Little Maxwell
Steel !M8 Binders.
MI^-CTH-KTBHi^".
HARDWARE MKHOBANTB.
I!IJJ
IH Mmm] of Confederation
IN VANCOUVER,
-ON—
Monday and Tuesday
n
L
Largest Prizes ever Given in
the Province for
FIREMEN'S CONTESTS,
ATHLETIC SPORTS,
Boat Racing,
CANOE RACES,
Cricket, Baseball & Lacrosse
BICYCLE RACES,
HORSERACES
GRAND PARADE
Of nil tho Trades, Professions, Friendly
Hoolotios and National Associations will
commonco at 0 o'clock on tbo 1st of .Tilly,
-nt tlie Oity Hall, In which will nlso participate representatives of Her Majesty's
Navy, and Army, vizi The Sailors and
Marines of H. M. Warships,''C''Battory
B. C. G. A., tbo Volunteers and Milltlaof
Now Wostm taller; In this procession
will bo shown tho capabilities nud resources of our Province.
tiRANDBALL
In tli. IMFEIHAL Om-> Hon.. on
1IA1. opera Ho
,s of Monday,
Day of Jnly.
Fiiv-m-rkH and Torchlight
ProcBssion
In tho Hnrbor on the evening ot Inly lhe
Und (Tuesday), In which Hor MnJesty-
warshlp,, under the ooramando* Admiral
Hcnengo.wlll assist, nnd which wl he
tho grnndost feature ol this colebration,
nnd the most brilliant display ever witnessed on this coast. .
CHEAP EXCURSIONS
Have beon airangod for from Victoria,
Now Westminstor, Nannlmo, Bealtlo.Ta-
conrn,rort Town-end, l'ortlond.and iilher
Hound ports, and from all point, of the
0. V. B.
o.
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Planed:, jr., (Unrilen Tools,
Lawn Moivcrs, &c. &c.
iger
Rake.
■—'"'-?:':-"• ■'-'•""te^
Sharp's Oo.
Maxwell Do.
HUMS COLUMBIA MAT MARKET,
Columbia Street, New Wcstiuiustcr.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
NEAT PURVEYORS IN GENERAL.    FRESH AMI CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
^"Special lines quoted for tho shipping trade.   Family ordoro strictly attended
to.   .Hotels will find it to thoir intorest to plnco their orders with tho above firm,
dUSnoly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN &1*EICHENBACH.
rauconssona to tr. b. townsend)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Bacon, Sausage, Bolognas, Etc
dnolyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
Thb Columbian PnmriNa Establibhment has flrst-olass faouUies for
nil kinds of Commercial Printing.   Bill Heads Letter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of evory description, Posters, Bodgers,
Prlee Lists, 4o.   Prices will bo found as low as nt any other offloa where
p&jtjiT'" '""1*l"0r" "'aaSi"11 «r»t-ol»« work is done.  ^
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine Shop
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
JUj&.Z-XXrZB'J-.OTTZrZB.BX.B   OB
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY
AGRICULTURAL A ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIBING DONE WITH NEATNESS AKD DISPATCH.
P. S.—All orders, from tlio upper country promptly attended to.
dwuotmO
Chas.
Front Street, Sew Westminster.
EXTRA FAMBLY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS hll kinds of Woolen M
READY-MADI-. CLOTHING.
S3"F The only House on the Mainland whicli keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dml*30tc
Douglas & Deighton,
MAHUFAGIUREiiS AHD IMI'BTEHS OF
and BRIDLi
VHIPS,
SADDIEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, B.C.
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS.   ALL WORK OP THE BEST MATERIAL AND
WORKMANSHIP.   PRICES LOW.
nolilwly
ROYAL CITY
Planing Mills Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MAKUrAOICHKIlS AND DHALKM IN
All Kinds of Bongli and Dressed LsmliBr
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES. NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
A.3STE)  AIL  KlHIia  OF
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames,   Windows,
Moiilriinus. Balusters.
Blinds. Brackets,
Rntllnirs, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolMwlr VOLUME Vlr-lfO, 1B3.
haiey wmm (mraiiUN, mew WggplNgm, | g, swm % mu,
WASHINGTON SOOIETV.
Tlio Mlslress or ihu White Houso Neither
Mnlica Nor Receives Culls.
It 13 tho day visiting, snys n Washington
correspondent, that puts tlio hist straw on
society's Urcd back-tho oallinK buhinesn,
which cau only bo evaded Uy one woman iu
official circles. Tho mistrons of tho White
Hoimo neither makes nor receives calls.
Tho mistrcsa of the Whito House, bo she in-
clhiod to gaiety or not, has an easy time
compared with the wives of Cabinet officers
and wives of Senators.
It is truo aha shakes hands with many
people on stated occasions.   But tho oc-
oaslons need not be frequent, and this year
they aro not frequent.  Tho wifo of a Cabinet ofllcei' or wife of a Senator is expected
to open her house lo tho public every week
on n btutcd day.  Tho card of .the visitor
doiv-, not make theso receptions less publio
: in lhe number of strangers with whom tho
(iostoas shakes' hands-stranger.-- sho has
t nover boforo put hor oyes on, and may hover
k kco agdUi'i In the long run sho doc;* us much
ft lnind-shnlring us tbo mistresB of tho Whito
IHoiino.   Then thoro aro tho dinnor parties,
i&tuii-iyi'.l) through tho season, and thoro aro
evening recaptions, with elaborato Bitppcrs
or refreshments for soveral hundred guests
atone tunc. Allttjis tho wifo of a Cabinet
pflliim* la expected to do, and then comes tho
hist straw iu returning calls. If tho Senator is woll lmown.'if ho has his own houso
Bore, and if peoplo liko him and his houso,
thoro is almost a demand in the expectation
put ho will entertain. It Is tho samo with
tho Cabinet officer, If he shuts himself up
In u boardlng-houso aud livos on his nalary,
lucre aro uo great expectations by the peo-
bio. But if ho once shows his bund as a
Iruo host iu his own houso, then ho Ib in
lor all that socioty domaudB tomako aociety
puppy.
Now, on tho contrary, tho President may
to very littlo bosidos tho handshaking nt
|filcittl and public receptions.   Ho need not
vo refreshments if ho does not choose,
I von at oflllcial receptions, whon guests aro
oatly quests by card invitation, aud tho
listless of the White Houso Is absolutely
'dependent, andmajdo very littlo unless
lie hermit wishes to do a groat deal. No*
idy finds fault with her if she receives
Ivory Saturday through tho season. Noddy finds fault with her if sho receives
very othor Saturday, or threo or four
3 in n winter. No woman in official lifo
; go seldom criticised as tho mistress of
Iio Whito House.   Of courso, her sun sots
■hen she leaves the portals behind her.
"i whilo thoro it is tho brightest of all
s.  Itls a mistaken idea that thoPresi-
tv, wifo or lho President's sister has a
llundpluco" whilo mistress of tho Whito
i.    Cortain restraints and laws of
■iqtioito mako her lifo inthe Whito Houso
liiK'what unnatural.   But it  is, on the
nolo, au easy, plousnnt lifo. And to search
Jo land over, no woman conld bo fouud
would decline to bo mistress of tho
lite Houso,
Formerly Presidents gavo moro public
ppi-ions inthe evening. President Arthur
'g:m tiio fashion of throo official and ono
'alio reception for a season. President
[cvcland followed this rulo of fashion, aud
I fat- has made no chango. But bis tri-
Iwkiy handshaking with tho peoplo in the
1st Ilooni takes in part of lhe placo of
|ening receptions to tho publio. And all
.'angora in the eity on Monday, Wcdnos-
y and Friday may moot the Presidont lu
- big East Room at half-past ono o'clock.
THE PONY EXPRESS.
in HoUlday's Jockeys nnd Their Daring:,
Unrivaled Bides.
1 For years after tho completion of tho
lion Pacific railroad tho speed averaged
is thun twenty miles an hour, and this
vo tbo Iron horso but about eight hours
day advantago  ovor   tho four-legged
* i employed by tho pony express run
v tho famous Ben Holliday."
' ) speaker was Hit-hard Berry, a Canon
■ity (Col.) miner, soys tho St. Louis PosJ-
mispateh,   ->A letter would bo scut from
lacramento to Nebraska at tho rato of two
lundrod aad seventy-live  mileB a day.*
iFhcn it is remembered that thia was dono
1 on almost desert country, without
I roads, and that two groat mountain
f chains woro crossed on tho trip, tho feat
■appears fn its truo proportion.
"Evory thing depended upon tho riders,
[and Holliday managed to collect a force of
[jockeys which has probably nover been
^equaledInthe world. Thoy woro nllliffhfc
men, ono hundred aud thirty-live pounds
boing tho outsido limit as regards weight,
'and wero required to possess a thorough
1 knowledge of the country over which they
rode.
Four hours "was a day's .work, during
< Which timo four horses were used. In tho
mountain regions tho stages woro each ton
miles long and fromjtwclvo to fifteen on tho
plains. An hour botween tho stagos was
tho time fixed as a maximum; although tho
distanco was generally ridden in loss.
'.' When I lived in Virginia City my offlco
' -was just opposito that of the Pony Express
Company, and I used to watoh with great
1 interest tho adventurous horseman who set
out ovory day, Four o'clock tn tho afternoon was tho timo fixed for tho depart uro
of tho moll. At fivo minutes beforo that
i* the ridor mado his appearance, Ho
was lightly clad, woro English top boots and
p spurs. A saddlo of vory light weight
(was placed on his horso, it being provided
with two sharp hooks ta the cantlo upon
which to hang tho bag, Bit, rolns and
overy thing wero made as light as possible
Holliday boing firmly of tho opinion, goner-
ally hold in racing circles, that tho weight
of a stable key would win or loso a race.
"At 8.59 tho mail agent appeared at the
.door with tho littlo mail-bag In his band.
Tho rider mounted and the bag was fastened
to tho saddlo, The moment the clock struck
tho key was turned tn tho lock, and after
. that there was not money enough hi Virginia City to get a letter tn that bag.
"Away tbo horseman wont at full gallop,
dropping into a sharp trot when ho struck
Uio steep up grade half a mile from tho city,
and breaking into a gallop as soon as ho
tached tho top, which was not interrupted
r ten miles. At tho end of tho first stugo
a remount wub ready, an attendant trans*
| ferrcd tho bag from ono horse to another,
1 after a delay of Iobs than ten seconds
o mail was again undor way.
•' Just beforo eight o'clock tho somo rider
rould roturn to Virginia City, bringing the
sturn moll, having ridden forty miles and a
' 'o ovor in tho interval. This constituted
b day's work and for it recoived ten dot-
TURNS THE FAUCET.
| New York Horso Whleh Draws Its Own
Wator Supply.
|Tlio horso that pulls the ambulnuco in
arch of patients for the New York Hospl-
1 Is a curiiosity of Its kind, inasmuch as
bring tho wliolo period of bis philanthropic
brcor as an ambulance horse ho has never
lico boon givon a drlu.' byany of tho stablo
finds. Ho believes tu tho maxim that God
:-. thoso who help themsolvcs; and helps
inisolf accordingly.
\ NowYork Te'egram reporter wont down
ioo how ho whetted his thirst yesterday,
1 wau edified to o dogreo by tho Intel-
jtuul behavior of tho animal,
thero is an ordinary faucet with a pail
ider tt In tho stablo, and to this faucet tho
i'so mado a bee-lino.
First ho dipped his nose tn the pail to seo
thoro was any water thore, but finding
ire was none ho proceeded to open tho
ivo by turning the hnndlo with his nose,
did not. turn it on quito enough nt the
it attompt, so ho gavo tt another umlgo,
, held his noso under tho spigot whilo
t water poured ovor it to hlsupparont
iioiiso satisfaction. "-But what u lot of
ter will bo wasted whon ho leaven it run-
tho moment ho has had enough I"
1 tho reporter.
Valt and see," said tlio driver
I there was no water wasted, for tho
Ipent tho horse had con hided his drink
i at tho faucet ogam with his noso
Jshut off the flow completely.
imsys do that)" again queried
torman,
irluinly," answered tho drlvor, as ho
god hts lour fooled friend on tho slioul-
'As long us I've known him that
^o has never had a drink tbat ho did uot
vfrom tbe tap for hlmioU just as you
oBoim htm do this timo," ,--.
It fefces
You Hungry
VI have used Palne's Celeiy compound and tt
has luufasalutai*}
effect. It invigorated the system und 1
fed like a new
man. It lmproiei
the appetite and
facilitates digestion." J. T. Cops-
^^^^^^^^^^^^ uud, Primus, S. 0,
Spring medicine means more now-o-days thou It
did ten years ago. Tho wlnterof ibss-sii basloft
the nerves alt fagged out. Tho nerves must bf
Btrengtbonod, the blood purified, liver and
bowels regulated. I'alne'3 Celery compound-
the Spring medicine oft<hday-ti,oee all this,
as nothing else can. Prescribed by Physiciant,
Recommended by Druggist), Endorsed by Ministers,
Guaranteed by the Manufacturers to bs
The Best
Spring Medicine.
"In tho spring of 1S871 was all run down., 1
would got up in the morning with bo tired' u
feeling, and wr.sso weak Unit Icouldliardly gel
around. I bought a bottlo of Palne's Celery compound, and beforo I had takon It a week I felt
vory much better, I can checfully recommend
It to aU who need a building up andstrongthon*
lug mcdlclno." Mrs. IJ. A. Dow, Burlington, Vt,
Paine's
Celery Compound
Is a unlquo tome and appetizer. Pleasant to
tbo taste, quick ln Us action, and without any
Injurious effect, It gives that rugged health
which makes everything taste good. It cum
lyspepsla and kindred disorders, physicians
prescribe It. tl.oo. six for *5.oo. Druggist*
Wma,R*cn«twoN&oa,   . Mohtmal.
oumoho om S&Bnz'SS,
i MTATCn cnfih tfourishababiesperfcetto,
ttAGTMTtu FOOD The physkiam'favom
City Taxes.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH A RESOLU-
llon of the Oity Counoil,passed on tho
28th Inst,, all City Taxes on real estate for
tho current yoar will be subject to a rebate
of 25 por cent, if paid before tbo 81st July,
prox. Tills rebate does not npply to arrears or debenture rates.
D. ROBSON,
. CltyOloik.
Oity Clerk't, Office,
27th Juno, 1880. Je27dwlff
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH MILK
Delivered Dally to Customers In all parts
of the City.
Hotels and Restaurants supplied nt Special Rates by the year.
FRESH ECCS
Delivered nt Market Rates.
Orders left nt M. Sinolam's will bo
promptly attended to.
WEAVER A WOODWARD,
djetayl Proprietors.
G- "R -A. IN" 3D
ii
■—-TO	
Harrison Hot Springs
 ON—
DOMINION DAY
MONDAY, JULY 1, 1889.
Under tbo auspices of the Y. P. 8, 0. E. of
the Baptist Ohurch.
The Str. ADELAIDE
Has beon chartered 'or the occasion and
will leuvo Kwon's wharf at 7 o'olock on
Monday morning, July 1, for Harrison
Hot Springs, returning the samo evening.
Ticket**, 83 eaeh flatties frei), mny bu
procured nt Beggs A Heard's tailoring establishment (next door tn Dickinson's
butcher shop) and at D. Lyal & Co.'s bookstore, dJo25td
MERCHANT TAILORS,
WISH TO INFORM THE PEOPLE of
New Westminster that they lmve
re-opened Uio store lately occupied by
Messrs, Woods, Turner A Gamble, nnd
nro now prepared to executo all orders for
T-A-ILORII-TG-
A fine line ef Cloth* just received,
consisting ol all (lie Latest Designs from European i-ln.rk-.-1s
MR.J.A.MoDOUGALIiWlll attend to
tho cutting, mid Is a practical mcehnnto
of twelve years' experience In the United
Htatosj also two years ns foreman for
Messrs. Gregg A Bon, of Victoria.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Ooumbia Street, Opposite Dank op Montreal
newwestminster,
 dloMmfl
M.A.McRAE
merchant lailoi-
BEAUTIFUL BANOE OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Chock
for spring and summer.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Columbia St,,   •  Nuw Westminhtku.
dwmhSSta
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE   BARGAINS
—is—
Suits tt Pants
TMORINQ ESTABLISHMENT.
Wo are soiling tho best of
English, Scotch & French -Goods
At prices away down Cheaper than
Ever.
Call nnd examine and weare satisfied
that you will buy beforo you leavo the
store,
All work guaranteed,
•imhlyl
^OX-ICOE.
TVUHING MY ABSENCE FROM THE
A} cily Mr. Newton A. White will have
charge of my business, and has authority
to collect and discharge all accounts In
connection therewith, eto.
ft. H. WEBB.
Now Wet. I in in.1, ter, June (j, it-fed.    d'eGm!)
TO ARCHITECTS.
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS WIM.
X be receive'l by the undersigned for
Hie buildings to be erected fnr the provincial exhibition nu Queen's park. Size
and cIusb of buildings required and all
other particulars can be obtained on
application to
THOS. CUNNINGHAM,
Chairman Park Committeo.
Westminster, June 17,18S0,        djel7te
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
QAWMIUi OWNERS, LOGGERS, and
O others are uotllled that our steel
xug-boiil,
"THFIO,"
WU 1 bo ready for work about tho Uth Inst.,
nnd we are prepared lo enter Into con*
tracts ror all kinds of towing, lightering, Ao. ■
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
dmyStc Vancouver, B. C.
Portland-Westminster!
THE STEAMSHIP
i*d^.*e3:o
WILI. SAIL FROM PORTLAND FOB
New Westminster un
Thursday, June 27th.
For froiglil, Ac, api'ly to
JAMES WISE,
Front Street.
New Wost., June .5,1BS0.       uJe2Sto
To Contractors!
mENDEHS WILI, BE RECEIVED BY
X the undersigned up to noon ou Tliurs.
.in,* 41b July. Tor the erootlon of it
TWO-STORY DWELLING
On Agnes Street Ior Chas. McDonough,
Esq.
Plans and specifications nt my offlco.
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
a. tt. GRANT,
Architect.
Wi'8trnlni,lor. Juno27,1889. dje27ld
IRemoved f-dm Saanich io 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,
dmhSOraO VICTORIA, B. 0.
THE WESTMINSTER
JOHN S. OOX, Prop.
Llf-lit Bruliron.,
Par-lrl-lgo Coelttlln.,
Plymouth Hook.,
White rao. Dl'k S-mnl.-i
Wl.lt. Crested, Mack   and Golden
Poland.,
Iloudan.,     Silve*'-i>eiic!lle,l   Ilain-
bur-r.,
mack, Bed and Pitt Games.
Toulouse Geese.     ltouen Ducks.
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 185S.
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment to Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, tbe Dominion Government, die.
Medal and Diploma awarded at tho Colonial and Indian Exhibition, London, 1830.
FACTORY—Niagara Ht., JamnsBay.
OPF1CE8-57 Fort Bt*; Victoria, li, C.
dnnHmfl
Port Kells
This Fine Townsito, at the Fresh* Water
Junction of tho
Southern Railw'y
W. C. LOYE,
Fa-tali!* Scot mi Slue Hik
Urprilrtng Keutl>- Done.   Curb Sole
WorfcaHpeeUUy.
**M*rOrders promptly utteuded lo,
Ciarkfou Si., In rear of Colonial Hole], noxt to Kami IIi-oh.' oince.  dnelto
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENNINtiS',
(Late of Em-i.ani>)
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMIN8TEH.
ROTSatii-factlon guaranteed.     dwfeTto
Dress-Making!
Misses McDougall
COLUMBIA   STRKBT,
New Westminster, B, C.
ear Satlufaotlon guaranteed.       dapIRl-'
Vt MIW* Alinve Wi-1-hiit'K.frr,
Has just been Surveyed, and the Lota
uro for sale liy
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Of Nkw Westminstkh, B. 0.
The advantages and prospects of this
Plot for a futuro thriving Tcwn nro
many,
Tho Land In tho vicinity is good.
There aro inexhaustible IRON OUE
DEPOSITS, of asuporior quality, innno*
diatcly adjacent, oa well as vast strata of
the finest BUILDING SAND and POT*
TEUY CLAY.
On the TownBite arc a numbor of valuable MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication by laud aud wutor is
unequalled, by reason of * tin- location of
tlie Townsite on the Frasor River and
the Southern Railway, while the natural
elevation and lay of the land cau not be
excelled as a situation for a fine town,
The ground is open and clear of heavy
timber.
The Bite Aiuh been selected as ono of
the moat important stations on the
Son thorn Railway, and with tho completion of the road, in tho near future,
must, with all its other advantages,
spring Into prominence at onco.
Thoso who apply early will havo the
piclt ot tho Lots.
A clear title given with evory purchase,
Parties wishing Lots can apply as well,
on the premises, to ■
HENRY KELL8,
dm-Mo Paon-wre*.  '
fciSaslisHis
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
Frnits&VBptaMes
ALWAYS ON HANI).
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
dJ021to
Service Bull.
THE THOROUGH-BRED ST0KE-P00I8
JERSEY BULL,
"Governor Moody"
Will stand for Korvleo this season at Pelham Dairy, New Westminster, whero the
beautiful get of this superb animal can be
seen and Inspected,
A few calves for sale.  Terms reasonable.
T, CUNNINGHAM,
Rali-h Booth, . Proprietor.
Maniiger. dmylUto
Corbett & Kennedy,
MAXOFACTUREIia   OP
TIN, COPPER J-SHgET-IRON
■w-.A.3a _m.
WERSltM'i. IILCM-H (UP-3TAIKS),
Fiiont Struct,       New Wkstmikhtbb,
HAVING JUST OFENED IN THE
abovo lliin, werespoelfullysolicltn
kIinro of the trade, and trust by careful
attention to orders and moderate charges
to merit the Bame. Experienced workmen; satisfaction guaranteed.
EHiltuuto.-ifurnished forGulvnnlzeil Iron
Cornice, Roofing,, Plumbing, Gas-fitting,
Steam and (lot Water Heating, Ao.
■or Entrance to premises on Mary St.,
in rear of Dante of B. C. dwmbOte
8.
IP yot; want to en.toy a good
[CIOAE, ASK FOR THK
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
f3TTliey are not only made of the
Choicest TobHCCoW they are of
Slomc IfiainifactiU'Of and should bo
pfronized by all yoocl ditizonst
WM. TIETJEW, Manufacturer,
MOI'imOOK 1HJ11.DINQ-
COLUMBIA STIIEET, HEW WESTMINE f£R.
dwlTiioiy
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PBOVISJMS.
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRY GOODS
ANO FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
LUNDBOHM'S BLOCK,
C'olilllllilll Hlrcfl, Nflff W-sflalnstcr.
noldwly	
Notice to Contractors.
SKAMOD TEN"I) 13HS WIf-r. TIM UK*
ceived liy llie Hon. Chief Commissioner nf Lands and Worti* up to noon of
W. -liicsd.-v, lllili.lnlv, for addition*- and
iiltt'i-iiM-.iiN loiii" provitii'lnl Insane Asylum, at New WeHlmlnHter.
Kiii-b tender iimm. bo iiceoinpnnlcd hy
iiii ii eel'| it eil biink olieque for n sum equal
to II ve peri'i'lil, of the a liiiin ii (of tbe ten*
der, mado jtftyaololotlic Hon. Chief Com*
inls-ii.iii'r of Lund-* nnd H'm-lis. Inthe
evenlof aeontritol belli-- let the cbeqne
will tin retnlnoil as purr, security for ibe
iliinpoifominiienof the work. TfioellOqUO
will lm rnlurned lo uticucct-s-iful eompe*
Lltors, but will hnforfellcd by nny bidder
who may decline to oxei-utea contract if
callod ti|inn to do so.
Plans and spec I Heat Ions onn bo noon and
forms for tender obtained at the olllco of
Gen, W. Grant, EM,,Architect, Now West*
niliisiir, or uf, Uio oflloo of the uiider-
sluiiod,
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted,
W. H. GOHE,
Hurvpyor-Ooneral.
Lands nnd Works Doiiai-tiuont,
Victoria,«.(!., mill Juno, 1889.
-Ji- i t-v
To I'Otil ructormA < 'ar|u-iil ers
rpENDBna wii.i- he heobived dv
I   the unaorslgna- np to noon of hat-
UltDAV, HOIIi III*!., fill' tin; dividing of
Herri iii*''- 'tpeni House Into U-ncmetitK,
nnd other work, Plans aud M«fclIleatloiis
enn he suen at my ollloe, Alary Street.
Tlio lowest or utiytomlcr not ueccssarlly
aceoiitcd.
Q. W. GRANT.
New Wostminstor, Juno 7,18S0.     djettd
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry^ Machine Works
THE I'ROI'HIETOllH OK TIIEHE
works hnvo mueli pleasure In notifying lliolr friends und llio public thai ihey
nro now prepared tn receive and promptly
oik-cute uny orders for work lu tlielr line
with which lliey may he favored.
A. McKELVIK,
Mechnnlenl Manager.
Vancouver, ILC, Sth Mny, 1888.
       dwmyiato
Hortli British & Mercantile
insITnge
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
capital,   •   SI5,ooo,(ioo.flo
SuliscrllHiil Cnjillnll, ns nt nisi 1) ,'., ISSS,
SI*LflOQ,**Q, 1'lro Ftintl nil,! Itosorvp, it,,-
2l.,m  Net rrciiiluiiis, 1S.4S, S.*,nill,n:».
OF  LONDON.
Capital,    •    (19,733,000.00
IUTEH  A8   LOW   AH   ANY  OTHER
COMPANIES DOINO IltlHINEsa
IN BKITIBH COLUMBIA.
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
OAKTBR-O
Temple of Music I
Is the Place to Buy First-Class
PIANOS a™ ORGANS
At suoh Prices and Terms as will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For prices nnd terms, apply to CAR*
TER'8 TEMPLE OF MUSIC.
Vane on ver- II* C*
"•■"'ll Hastings SI. West. daplOto
mm mm
BRACKMAN & KER.,
MAWUPAOTUltEUa  OP
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
^ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
BUMS nt Nortii Hnnnlcb.
OFFICE A WAREHOU8E1 Viclorln.
dinh'iOine
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wool Fir-wood, Bark,
&e„     Ae.,    Ae.
LEAVE ORDERS AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dmyaiic	
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
J. W. WINGER
lU-AU'l- IN
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notico and nt Reasonable Torms,
SAN JUAN LIME
Always ln Slunk.
Ordors left at llio C. P. N. Whnrf will be
promptly dclivorcd. dmliMo
I. Llnil*--El
330-332 CORDOVA STUBET,
VANCOVVER.B.C.
Im porters and Dealers in
MACHINERY
OF ALL DKSOWTIONS.
MARINE WORiTa SPECIALTY.
dwdeHHc
Canadian Pacific Railway,
PAOIFIO DIVISION;
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND BIAHTERS OF VES-
selsand other Craft, nnvlgutinir the
I'mser River nro eiiulloncd to keep within
tho Buoys painted Red and White, respectively, at the Mission Bridge, nsdur-
In:* the t*'iiisti-ui:tloti of the Bridee. uavl-
f-fiiion between the hunks of the River
mid the Buoys Is dangerous, owing lo piles
being driven there.
H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent
Vancouver, B. 0., 7th Moy, 188ft. dmyStc
^OT-XO-E.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
DO dnys nfter dale we Intend making
appllratlon to the Chief Cominlj-siunerof
I-andsand Works for a lease for i'inhering purposes of tho following described
lands, situated In Hayward Dls.'rlot, Vancouver Islnnd:
Commencing nt a stake placed on tbe
west shore of a smnll hike due south of
Lot 51, Wayward District, about ono mile
from soutli end of Mild hike; thenee west
Hin chains- tbence south -100 chnlns, thonce
easL 5110 chains, thenco nortii 7110 chains,
thonco west 1,20 chains, thenee south '240
chains, thenco east HO chains, more or
less, lo tho above-mentioned lake, thenco
meandering along slioro of said lako to
place nf commencement,—-containing about .'.(1,000 acres, moro or loss.
ItOYAL City Pianino mills Co.Ld.
John Hksduy, Manager.
New Westminster, .Ttino 10,1889.
dlljolm	
-TI*£IQ-
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STE\VART-9CASns PROPRIETORS
J. J. WILSON, - MANACEB.
Rates, $1.00 and $1.80 per Day,
ACCOHDIXO TO KO0*I.
SPECIAL RATES B'THE WEEK OR MONTH.
f-fi* Parties supplied wlih nil klmls ol
ICE-OBEAM. ilmytmll
Dominion Lands.
JlV YOU ARE PAYING FOIt YOUR
Pre-emption or for renl of Mining or
raging Laud, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay In 0ORIP  and nave n
large discount
Scrip oan be obtnlnBd In large or small
quanfll Ies from
ALIOWAY k CHAMPION
SAIfEIBS,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OR FROM
Till- It.HK OV BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER
(Iwmlillto
T. Ot. T^Q-CTES
Agent for New Wostminstor City   I
Md DirtrUt. d|. *2tc I
E8TABH8HKD 1859.
R(1BT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Keirly Opposite tht Cnlonlnl Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THK  LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment ol all description, ot
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam.
'lies, Restaurant,, and Steamboat, atthe
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
WM. H. VIANEN,
WIIOLESALE
fid s Game Dealer!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
*ar Highest Price paid for Furs nnd
Deer Hides.
CorroKpoiKlonco Invltcl. .^.Telephone
Call No. 0. djmio
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot ok Douai-As Stkkkt, Nbaii
Colum ui a Btiiekt.
J. FERGIISOIV PROPRIETOR
F
IREBH   BltEAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc.
Hotel nnd Rostnurnnt trade solicited.
All orders promptly attended lo nnd
delivered lo any part of the oity.  diuhSSy
LU
Con. Columbia ino Cku-oii Sii.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Mnrble or Qrnnito of nest Quality.
COItNBK    roSTS    AND    CUIIBINa.
N. it.—Jurt rccelveil-tlio finest nssort*
mentof Kcttelt .irniillv ..l„i„i.,t,'„ls over
seen n Brltisl, Colombia, wlileh trill be
sold ul prices putting comneUtlon out ot
llio question.
ilwmhaiyl        ALEX HAMILTON' Prop.
Royal Columbian Hospital,
rnENDEBfl WILL 11R RECEIVED HY
1 tbe undersigned until (l o'olock p. in.
SATURDAY. '-.Vim June, for supplying
the Hopltnl from 1st July, IWtO.io Juno
.■Wlh, 18110, Willi the following article-.-
BREAD, brown-t while.
REEF. MUTTON.
FISH, fresh. MILK, por Cftl.
COAL. WelliiiElon, f-creenetl.
WOCI.1, pine, live.    TEA, per lb.
COFFEE, per Ib.       PICK, per lb.
8UGA It, per lb. BROOMS, per dm.
«OA P. B. 0., per lb.  COAL OIL.
OATMEAL B.C.tperlli.
HII1TER. per lb . be.-t In market.
KGGH, per dor..
m.ANKFTsfl-pt.) while, per pair.*
OltUGS, derailed lists of whleh can tio obtained on application nt the hospital,
Nolther  the   lowest  nor   any  lender
necessarily accepted, ■
Samples of ten, coffee, rice, soap and
brooms obtained on  application io llio
Steward ol the hospital.
Two sureties of 9110 each will require lo
accompany each lender,
[Signed], \V. H, KKABV,
..     ■      .   . Hon. ftec.
New West., Juno 11, ISStt.        dj.'15td
TIME_CARD.
o. z*. zyr. oo.
Tho Flue FlrKt-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Lonvotlto 0. r. N. Co.'s Wlinrl,
B-VBBST
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. M,
FOR CHILLIWHACK MO WM PORTS.
Relurnltis Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When Bufllelenl Inducement   offers sho
will proceed to IluI'K and on such
occasions Will leave her wharf
at 4 a, m.
Connecting with IlieC. P. N.Co.'s Steamer
for Victoria.
Ji-HN IRVING, Manager.
T. L. nitlOGS, Agent,
New WchIminuter,        dnpiltc
Time Table!
THE STEAMER
ROBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER overy Mon*
day morning nt 7 o'clock for Nannlmo, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
vln Vancouvor.
Loaves Wostminstor every Wcdtiosdnv
nl ? a. m. for Namiimo direct, i onni'ollng
with Island railway and Comox steamer.
Loaves Nnnaimo for Vancouver on
Thursdays and Fridays ami returns same
dnys.
Loaves Nannlmo on Snturdny nt 7 a. tm.
for Westminster direct.
For freight or pnssngo apply on board,
r to T, L. BniaGS, C, P. N. wliarf.,   dtc
VIOTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OKFER FOIt SALE!
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
Vi
Rice Heal,
FOIt POULTRY, Ac,
FOR OATTLE FEED.
dmhSttnl
-,	
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses tt Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
"{■"P REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province,
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
dwto
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
SI ColT-.n-.-bla Streot.
C, McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDING, FItONT STREET)
- 0SB.A.3J-E***-*,   X**-T
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, Ac.
nxxi-Ea-'s   So   sors'    nuits.
Great Variety of Household Articles,   Also,
GRAIN,  SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME nnd   GENERAL STORES^
tt* B.-Farni Produco bought at market rates or sold on commission.  ■a.Orders
from the Interior promptly attended to. dwjebte
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAND & IPESTIENT AfiEMY, Ld.
THOMAS ALLSOP, )
HENRY   S.   MASON, |-    DIRECTORS.
CUYLER A.   HOLLAND,    )
HEAD OFFICE, ■ IS Serjeants Inn Fleet Si, -LONDON, ENG.
Tlie Business of ALLSOP k MASON lias been merged In the above Company
and will be carried oil by the Company from this date as a general Land Investment
aud Insumuoti Agou:y.
MONHY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates.   Town Lota and Farming
Lauds for Salo on uasy terma. -
Victoria U. C, May Kith, 1887. dwje7tr
CASTORIA
far Infanta and Children.
"C-.t-,rUI,-omll-A,pt-dt--Uldr.T,'h.t I OtuUrt.earn Oollo, Ot«Hr«tlon,
I rocon-mei-d It u RUMrlor lo .ny ne-KrlDtlon I *owt Btonu-cb, DtunoM, Eruetatl-m,
tomtom.."    Tuu«S,ttEv*      -un-^mTgi™. -tap, «* *to_«*tt ih
meo.ca-__u.,iiioot_m,K.t. | wit^t^c*t-M-D«iic«u-o.
Tm Cn-Tivn Co-cfut, V Uurnjr stmt, K. T.
TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED PROPOR AM WILL RE RM
rolvcd hy the IlonourHbti- Chief Com-
iiilssKiner of Lands and Works, up li>
muni of Wi'dnesday, l-itli .lulv neit, from
persons i-xpi'1-li'in'i-d In well drlllin-,*-whit
may be desirous ol iindorlulciii'.'ciiiitniets
fmm ihe flovornnit'iit for sint* lint rmonr
morn experimental Ariesinu welli t"
YnlelMHti'let.R. (',, wlih a view W iIotfiT-
mliilmt tiii'lr value for purposes of irrl*
unllr.n,
Proposals must stnto clearly all comll-
Hull!* and tiTius Hinlu tbe kind ot nppnrains proiKiKi-d in ho used, ami ttlVfl the
tiniiieor two resnonalblo rcsideuisi-f Hie
Province whu are willing lo enter into a
hand to secure tbe faithful i-un-yln-- »m nf
nuv '-'intriu-t wlileli mav lie ontorou Into.
Sm-li Information as may bo in [insses-
sioii or i bo i .innis mid Works Oejmi I men I
will be furnished on application lo portion
proposlnti toeontiiiet.
W. ft, CORK,
Htirvi-yor-Qeueral.
Lnnds A Worlis Popart ment,
Vlelorla, H.C., UHb .lunr, IWW.   dJofTId
Mainland Her
HACK, LIVERY, STACE,
Feed if Sale Stables
THE SU11SCR1BE11K AHE NOW I'HK-
,     1'AllEl'TOTUIlN OUT
DOUBLE AND SIN8LE RIGS
Al Special Low Rates.
Drap; ui ill Sis of Teaming
Done At Shortest Notico.
llrj (iinlwnnd delivered to any junior
the Cily.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
alien tlon,
M-Htablps nearly opposito 0, P, Ii. Depot, Columbia Rt„ NewWost minster,
djniitfl      QILLEY BROS. I'Rors.
Feed, Livery i Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
jcs. mTwise,
■pROriil-HlTO-B.
GOOD DRIVING * RIDING HOnSEH
for Hire, Ilnehs call nt all Steamers
and Trains. Spoolal atlentlon given lo
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constmilly on Hand.
Order, may bo left at tlio Offloe ol Mathers A Mllllnn.Oontnlsslon Morel-Jilts,
Front Stroe'„*No-T Wut. dH°lK>
liTOTZCE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 have applied to the Honourable
M inkier of the interior for a license to cut
Umber mi the following desoribed Dominion lauds In New Westminster District,
Uritlsli Columbln, according to the Provincial Government survoy:
smith-east "i Heetlon 25, south-east U
Heetlon SU, north half and south-west■*£
Keitlcn U, lu Township I'd, and Sections
20 nnd SO, In Township Ml
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
New WcbI., 7th March, 1880. dje5ml
IMPERIAL
mt INSURANCE COMP'V.
I Oi.u IlnoAu St, and 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Ooods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock-,
Ships In Port, Harbor or Dock, and tho
Cargoes of such Vessel**; also, tSI;i''> :■ .iiil
int- and rupairinj*, Jiarges and ouu-r Yes
sols on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Hritain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FKOM Um OR HAMAGK BT FIRR.
Subaorlbcd and Invested Capital,
£1,600.000 BTG.
Kate of Premium and every information on be obtained on application t,
W. t. ABMSTKOtlS,
Agent for Now Woitminster.
To k FranciscOp Cal,
BY WAY OF THE
X.XHT-B.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
qUlCKl-llINTIMETHANANYOTHElt,
ROUTE BETWEEN
4
mm scenic roun of the pacific cour
PULLMAN   BUFFET 8LUPIRB
T0UKI8T SLEKPINO CARS
For Aooommod.tlon of Beeond-Olan Pal-
sengors, allncliod to Ezpros. Trains
Fnro from Portland to Baeramento antt
Han Kranolsoo-Unllmlted, tto; Flrrt-
olass (Limited), 190; Booond-elM. (Ll-
mJtSdJJjJ.
THitiiuoll TICKETS to all polnl. Soutli
nml East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES:
City OI'f-ck, Ho. 131 Cor. Pint A Aider
Htrrols;
DtroT-Orrton, Cor. F A Front Btreet.;
R. KOEHLKR, ""ii.pI^OOERg,
Mnnaier.      AuiChF. *P,A'rt w
Si
■iHftil
-   -.iwnb.i.u
i
iUlfcV
fails iJritteh Columbian
Sktardw EvenlMt. Jnne 29. ISM.
A9VERTISINB RATES FOR THE DAILY.
TriiMitliintAUTert'JemenU.-FirflUiiser-
li'tn, ju-ju. per Hue solid nonpareil; euch
»n iiBf-iineutcoiiNBcutlve Insertion, a eta. per
line, Advertisements not inserted every
iltiy-flrst insertion, 10 cts. per line; subse-
(I'icnt Insertions, G (its. per line.
KhiiMi'iitz AdVCrtlscm-mlS.—Professional or Huslness Curds—52 per month. Special rates for soneml trtide advertlBlug-j
n*-cording to space ocoup.Bd and duration
of contract. ...
m-l'iin Sales, when displayed,charged
35 per oont. lens tliau transient advts, If
-ml id, duiiyed at rouular transient rates,
H-Mtiiil \oi1cm anioug rending matter,
ft) nt-*, per llne encli Insertion. Specials
IniicrUid liy the montli at reduced rates.
Bli'ilitj, Marriages aud UeatUs,#l for each
lUriertloii; Funeral Notices In connection
with dentin*, 50 (■Ih. each insertion.
WEEKLY ADVERTISING RATES.
Tram-lent AdvcrllHciiienls.-FirsMnser-
tlim, 10eta, per line solid nonpareil; buIj-
sequont Insertions, 7 ots, per line.
sihiiiitajs AdTertlicmenU.-Profession-
al or Burliness Canls-SI.BO per month.
Speoial ratea forgonerol Irodeadvertising.
Rpcel .1 Xr.iii,;-*s, I'liUi*-. 'tnn'!ages nnd
Dcntlis, ■•-■..'"■ ■■■ iaa Ually,
I'uiii'1. ■•■ ,,-,a!S metal,tad foflurgoeulN
»ui  ostm rate v.llj bo --liarK**ti.
r-j-l'L-r-'on-* m-h-Him; -" -ulvoitlsoiitenis
Himuld he crirofnl lostalfl whether they
i art. to appear In lho Dally Edition, pr the
Wesltly.orljfith. A lii-ci.-l reduction <»
mndo whon liiKnted In both. No advertisement Insulted for tesU than Si.
SUBHORIBEHS
Who do not, receive their papor regularly,
fi-om lho Carriers or  llinmj*]i   th-: Post
Otllce, vill coiifi.'1'ii fiivni- by i" j ■orilii'* the
BOine lo tho olllcc of publication ul once.
fi,*
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Wiuiteil H. J. Armstrong
Situation Wanted "Clerk"
C.V. H. Co H- Abbott
Notice, H« V. Edmonds
Tonders for Loan S. Cawley
Notice Ann-'ti'onj' & Eckstein
Wanted.. .Royal City Planing Mills Co.
Salmon averaged only four to tlio
boat to day.
Another blank sheet at tho polico
court to-day.
Strawberries nod Cream, Ice-cream,
t* etc., at tho "Club." *
*    All the fashionable iced beverages, at
tho "Hub," next the "Quoen'a.'1   *.
RussoII'b Reatnurant, opposite tho
American Hotel, open day nnd
night. a*>m3*.
To Building Society members six
weeks in arrears: What's tho mutter
with the fine notice 1 *
Mr. Samuel Mellaril, of Chilliwack,
haa been appointed a commissioner for
affidavit-* for the supreme court.
Monday boin** Dominion Day and a
statutory holiday, thero will bo no issue of The Columbian on that day.
The Bt.. Rithet loft for Victoria
this afternoon with 30 tons of freight,
40 head of cattle and  20  passengers.
The regular monthly meeting of tho
board of directors, Y.M.C.A. will be
held on Wednesday, July 3rd, nt 8
p. tn.
The str. Irving loft for Chilliwack
this morning with a full load of farm
implements and a number of passengers.
Monday will ho Dominion Day, the
the 22nd anniversary of thu confera-
tion of the fairest provinces tho sun
shines on.
Seo our cheap lino of Ladies' 4 buttoned Kid Gloves, black and colored-
only 50 cts. per pair, tor cash—at 3ne.
Ellard & Co'b. * to
Tho eleventh drawing of tlio N. W.
Building Socioty, for an appropriation
of 91,000 takes placo this evening at
the courthouse.
Services at St. Mary's, Sapperton,
t»-morrow will bo ns follow'': Celebration nt 8 a. m., matting at 10:30'-n. m ,
and eveningsnpg at 7 \i. tn.
Tiio m-ilech'iir, under tholoaderahip
I Mr. H. M". Cunningham, will hnvo
charge oF tho singing at iho V. I\J. C. A.
gospel service to morrow afternoon.
Calvin jVlcKeime was stabbed in
the hand to-day by a Chinaman. Tho
celestial lias beo'i arrested and will bo
up for oxainination on Monday morning".
At tho Baptist church to-morrow
Itsv, T. Baldwin will tako for his sub-
1 / -jeefc at IL ii. ni. "Lot lho weak say I
■jf am strong," and irt tho ovening "To*
-     day" will bo hia tost.
Yesterday wan Coronation Day—
just lifty-m-io years since Quoon Victoria was formally crowned, nl though
rdm succeeded to the throno ab-mt a
year boforo that event.
ltev. J. W. Wadinnn, M. A., who
was expected to preach in the Methodist church to-morrow, has been unexpectedly detained, Service morning and evoning by tho pastor.
Bishop and Mrs. Oridgo arrived
from Victoria to day to attend tho rc-
oponing norvicBS of St. Paul?, R. E.
ohurch. Bishop Cridge will conduct
the services to-morrow, b.dh morning
aud evening.
The excursion to Harmon hot
, springs on Monday, un tho str. Adelaide, under tho auspices of tho young
people* society of tho Baptist church.,
will bu largely patronized. Tho sir,
leaves nt 7 a. m.
' A truirC will leave Vancouvor for this
city at 1 J. o'clock Mohlay evening, July
1st, for iho acconimndation of parties
wishing to attend the Methodist concert on the occasion of thu opening of
their uov- churoh at Vjmconvor on
that evmiii:'.
A speoial train will loavo Vancouver
for Wejti7"iifiNi' nt 11 o'clockpT'm.
on Monday July 1st, and to enable
Westminster |ii*oplo tc sro the tiro-
work-* mi July 2nd, tlio regular train
duo to h-aye Vancouver at <>:30 p. in.
will not leavo until 10:30 o'clock.
In o:ir report of tho bny-aai, in aid of
St. Anna convent, tho mtnies of Mrs.
U. Dz'Uinmoiid, Mrs. daines Murphy
and Mrs. Harlintr woro by an oversight
omitted. Thoso ladies took a promt*
•—turn' part iti Lho wurk nnd woro indefatigable in their efforts to add to the
genercl succcgs.
An ui't'il no a public holiday, Wesl*
minster v. ill ha almost denuded of population on Monday. Fully 1200 people
will liud their wny to Vancouver, 250
to Harrison Hot Springs and 300 oi
400 to othor points to spend tho day,
Jjvory ono is hoping for  title weather
Ogle, Campbell & Co., of thin city,
have beet: awarded the contract for
supplying clothing to tho provincial
asylum nt this city for tbe ensum*-
year. This is the first. yenr a Westminster lirm has taken this contract, It
having boen invariably Secured in Victoria here tofoie.
Ko. 1 battery B.C.G.A; will parado
at the drill shod at 8 o'clock to-night
foi- apeolal drill, and clothes nud accoutrements will be issued. The battery will meet again at tho drill shod
on Monday morning at GA1) o'clock
when arms and ticket*- will bo issued.
Ool. Prior, with No e, 2,3, and 4 bat-
terica, will bo present at tho colebration, and this will be tho lirst timo
tho whole brigade has paraded together.
Some thi lift Like A riuli stary.
It is stated that an unusual number
of salmon aro being caught in Esquimalt harbor.this year with spoon bait,
as many ns sixteen having been taken
at ono haul.—Victoria Times. This ib
tho lirst big tish story tho Times has
perpetrated on its readers this season,
and, judging from what is ususfpy
dished up by tho Victoria press, it will
probably bo vory acceptable to Iho
Victoria public. Sixteen salmon taken
out at ono haul with a spoon bajt%is
just a littlo too strong, and tbo readers
of Lho Times must bo a bright; lot if
they put faith iu tho words. If tho
item ia truo it is deserving plJfinpre
than four lines notico; aud tho exact
facts and circumstances of tho big haul
should havo beon fully described. To
people living on tho banks, of tho
Fraser tho story is bewildering. Did
tho fish catcli hold of each other's tails
and hang on with a deathlike grip till
nil were landed, or was n Email salmon
swallowed by one of tho noxt size
larger, and it in turn bwallowed by
another, nnd so on till fifteen woro
contained in ono and that monstrosity
Itudud nfter a terrible struggle by tho
editor of tho Times 1 How did it happen anyway ?"
Slrm-liby nEi'-'ii'.
Bear stories faom ocottroad district! aro an overy day occurrence, but
tbu latest is well worthy of more than
ordinary note. Ou Wednesday ovon*
ing Mr. Robert Gray and Mr. Wm.
Kennedy were returning homo, itccom-
companied by tho Intter's dog; Hunt,
which frisky animal amused itsolf by
darting into the bu3h on either side
of tho rond. During ono of its disappearances n terrible snort and cry was
heard, followed by tho noise of some
animal rushing through tbo bushes in
mnd haste. Tho dog wns callod, but
it failed to answer tho summons.
Thinking the animal bad oncoimtored
a boar nnd suffered from tho meeting,
Mr. Kennedy hurried to tbo house,
procured a title and with Mr. Gray
entered the bush. A short distanco in
tho poor dog was found 'with tho skin
almost torn from ono side of ita head,
tho bear having struck it a tromcudous
blow with ita^poivorful forepaw. Au
attempt was mado to induce tho dog to
follow tho scent of the boar, but Hunt
had had plenty of boar ment for one
day and rofused to work. Tho settlors
along the Soott road seo bears often
and occasionally kill then.. Soveral
largo panthers have aleo been seen
during the past week.
The Unseal ('iitij>ht.
Tho rascal wanted for stabbing tho
Indian boy Charlie at the drill shed,
on Thursday night, hns beon caught,-
He is no other than Henry Dominy, a
youth longknowu as a vory mischievous
character in this city. The chain of
evidence connecting Dominy with tho
crime is complete, and proves thu intention. After stabbing tho boy ho
upproaclied a lad named Woodaaud tried
to get his knife off onto him. Woods
saw blood on tho blado and refused to
tako it, and Dominy loft Lho build-
in!! and went home. A brother of tho
boy Charley saw tbo stabbing dono,
bnt did not think it was serious and
Ihorofuro said nothing until Dominy
bad escaped, Charlie also idontilk-s
Dominy ub tho person who stabbed
him. Dominy has a very black record
for a youth of 18. While iu Kamloops he fired two shots out of a revolver at a boy named Woods, but,
fortunately, neither Bitot took effect.
Only a few months ago hn threatened
t hatlio would shoot oneofhieomployers.
Lust ■ summer ho sent a slung shot
through tho hat of a gentlemen who
vas Walking.with.a lady on Columbia
itreet. If tho shot hud struck lower
tho result might havn been fatal.
There aro very many otber Buch
charges which might bo brought
igainst him, but theso will suffice to
give tlio general character of tho
boy.
Dominy wns brought beforo tho police magistrate this afternoon and ro-
-manod for a week. Bail waa asked aud
[■ranted in 81.000 personal and two
sureties of 81,000 eaoh.
Victoria vs. \Yeftliitlnnlet'.
The sucoud match of tho season botween these clubs was played on the
cricket grounds to-day. Tho weather
during Victoria's first inning was very
disagreeably and not. favorable for
oomfortable playing. Victoria went to
but first, Clinton and Sinclairguafdlng
the stumps. Miles handled the leather for Weatmiusicr and found Clinton's
stumjjs in thu first over, sending homo
for onu run. Sinclair wis thi next to
suffer, being bowled by Miles, with 7
ruin to tho good. Willi two of tho
hostbaia In tho provinco thus dUobanl
of, tlie chances for Westminster looked
bright. Wilson looked determined to
make a Btand whon ho RraBped iho willow and took position; and a pretty
Bland bo mado, gathering together 20
runs for somo excellent playj bowled
by Uov. P. Woods. Rethrow stood
for 0 rtltla and then succumbed to thu
tantalizing bowling of ltev, l\ Woods,
as did alao Sharpu aud Martin without
scoring. Pooley and Drake got to*
gv-ther and mndo a good Bland, tho
former for 10 runs, bowled Miles, and
tlie lattor for Itj runs, caught F-ewfoj a
vory pretty catch indeod. Sciogus
mado tho second best stand of lhe
innings and hud hammered the lenthor
for 18 runs bcforu>Dockrill found his
stumps. Rhodes for 13 runs, not nut,
and Dowim: for 8 runs, bowled Bin-ill,
closed tbo innings The players then
adjourned to tho Queen's hotel, whoro
ah cxcullent lunch  wns    discusi-od.
VICTOllIA-FIJWT It-.-lIKOB.
II F Mlntnn. h Miles    1
.1 Wftlnr-lnlr, li Miles   7
■'.' M Wilson 1. Wood' HI
KIT. Rethrow h WnmU... _   5
HKt-lmrpfli Wood-    0
,1 f, Martin li WikiiIh    0
O I" Pooley, h Miles	
HUT'Drake, c Loh-Ih,!- Woods
A HeruB-jS, h Docllilll	
Otthoaefl.not out	
WllDowlnn.bJlovlll	
Extras	
, 18
L
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Total io2
Westminster sent Dockrill nnd Lewis
to bat first and thoy defended tho
wickets manfully for a timo, but finally
foil for 14 und 5 respectively. Bovilf
made a pretty ft, and his stumps drop
pod to Sinclair. Raymond was disposed of for 1 run and Wilson for .r;
runs. Rev. P. Woods came to griof
immediately after a it-run hit and Clifford followed a momont later without
scoring. Read fell to Rethrow with
■trims, Milos to Sinclair with 3, and
Worafold was rim out with a score of
•i. Armstrong not out. Extras 5;
total 52 runs. ,
The second inning was immediately
commenced, but thoro is no liklibood
of ita boing played to a finish.
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St. Louis t'ollCRe.
The annual examinations ui connection with St. Louis college were held
ou Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday,
25th, 20th ■ and 27th iu.st. On the
whole tho students acquitted themselves very creditably. Classes will be
resumed on Monday, Sopt. 2nd. Bo-
low will bo found the list of prizes;
Willinm L. Briggs, 1st prizo for instrumental music, 2nd prize, Edgnr
Madden; Patrick U. Poriehiin, 1st
prizo for Latin.
COMMEIICIAL C0UltSl-~Fll''l'H CLASS,
—George Chapman, • prize for good
conduct, application nnd merit, lat
prizo for grammar, composition and
written oxerciso; William L. Briggs,
1st prize for mat hematics, arithmetic,
book-keeping, spelling and sacred history; John Timon, 1st prizo for Christian doctrine; Charloi Leamy, 1st
prizo for profane history, penmanship,
map drawing and rending; Wm. P.
Jackson, prize for general improvement.
COMMEIICIAL COURSE-FOUKTHCLASS
—Charles Burns, 1st prizo fur Chris-
tain doctrine and geography; Patrick
A. Kudisawa, 1st prizo for grammer,
sacred history and spelling; Harry C.
Briggs, 1st prizo for arithmetic and
composition, 2nd prize for reading;
Eddio Hickman, 2nd prizo' for arithmetic nnd spelling; Daniel Cotter, 1st
prizo for rending, 2nd prize for composition; Edgnr Vaehon, Snd prizo fbr
grammar and writton exercises; Sam
Myers, 2nd prize for Christian doctrine
and prizo for general improvement;
John Quann, 2nd prizo fur sacred history and prizo for gonoral improvement j Edgar Maddon, 2nd prizo spoiling.
Intermediate Coukse — Tiimu
Class.---Goorgo Marshall, lat prize for
good conduct and application, 2nd
prizo for arithmetic; John A. Briggs,
prizo for regular attendance, 1st prize
for arithmetic and grammar, 2nd prize
geography; Martin Baldwin, 1st prize
for Christian doctrine; Richard V.
Neil, 2nd prize good conduct and application; John Punch, 1st prize for
geography, 2nd prize for grammar,
reading, spelling and penmanship;
Gildo Kelly, 1st prize for penmanship,
2nd prizo for Ohristnin doctrine; Harold McDonald, 1st prize for rending;
Frank Hnney, 1st prize for spoiling;
Howard Lusiur, Emmanuel Costa and
John Loamy, prizes for general improvement.
Intermediate Course — Second
Class,—Charles Marshall, 1st prizo
for arithmetic and spelhns; Willie
Baldwin, 1st prizo for Christ ism doc*
trine; Fred Dubois, 2nd prizo arithmetic and spoiling; Napoleon Watkius,
1st prize for penmanship; Arthur
Stewart, 2nd prizo penmanship; Charlie Fuem-y, Everett Lusior, Howard
L'mier and IHdwin Pittondrigh, prizo
for general improvement.
EIIrIi Sellout Fxniulnnllnn.
Tho closing examination exerolsea at
tho Now Westminster high school took
placo yesterday aftornoou, beginning
at 2 o'clock. The weather unfortunately, was rather unfavorable; nevertheless n large number of visitors wore
present, among whom wero Mrs.
Homer, Mrs. Guest, Mrs. MoroBbyj
Mrs. McKenzie, Mrs. Wlutosido, Mrs.
Tbornburg, Miss Rogers, Misa Worth,
Miss Major, Miss Warner, Miss
Whiteside, Misa McMartin and Miss
Millard.
There wero twenty-eight pupils in
attendance, wbo were put through exorcises in several subjects of study
with very satisfuctoiy results. 'One' of
tho most interesting features of tho
proceedings was tho translation of
Longfellow's beautiful poem "Excelsior" into Latin, and rice versa by JamoB
Rankin.
Miss Homer read aii essay on "Cos-
sis," which showed careful composition and sparkled with wit. Miss
Waller's essay on tho word "Why"
contained aome originality and shewed
a good command of lauguago on the
part of tho writor. Miss Curry's paraphrase on tho "Paalm of Lite," and
Miss Millard's paper on "Cheerful-
ncas," were excellent efforts and would
do credit to many of matursr years.
Miss McMartin, Master H. Major,
Master Whiteside and others in lurn
read papers on different subjects,
which wero all very creditable efforts
considering the youthfulncss of tho
writers.
At tbe conclusion of tho examination Mr, W. B. Townsend presented
rolls of honor to Mias Curry for do-
pr-rtmont; Miss McMartin for punctuality und regularity uud James Rankin
for proficiency. Thogovernor-geiierul'a
medal for prolicioncy was presented by
the Rev.. Mr. Scolder to Miss Blanche
Letitia Millard. It might bo well to
Btato hero that Master James Rankin
aud Miss Margaret Homer were each
awarded tlm govornor-goucrul's medal
for proficiency at previous examinations, aud in consequence waived a
further claim to tbat laurel. Dr.
Knot presented prizes to Miss Curry,
Miss Millard and Master Sproat for
diligence and good conduct.
Addresses wore mado by the Rov.
Mr. Scouler, Mr. W. B. Townaond
and Mr. A. B. Jack, all congratulating Mr. Stramberg, tho principal, 'and
his pupils on tho manifest progress
mado in tho school during thu''term
juat closed. Col. McGregor on being
called also gave a short address. In
thu courso of his remarks tho lust
named spoakur touched ou the matter
of an assistant teacher. Hu snid lhat
evidently nu ussisiant wns an urgent
necessity. Several months ago ho was
informed tbat n number uf applicants
for admittance to tho high school woro
refused, or rather discouraged, and
loft in consequence of the insufficiency
of the teaching staff. In order to supply the want, lio (tho speaker) called
on a number of the citizens with a subscription pnper and succeeded iu getting nuarly a sufficient num subscribed
to mako up a salary for au assistant
teacher; he banded the list over to tho
school board and heard no more of it
n numbor of those subscribers would
like to know now why tho assistant
was uot forthcoming. Those remarks
brought Mr. McKenzie, seorettwy of
uio sohosl board, to his feet. Ho ex
plained that the trustees in their sim<
plicity naked the department to _ Bug-
gust n teacher for tbo said position,
but that the government, for some
politic reason, would not sanction, the
proceeding. Ho hoped, however,
that tho matter would, soon be satisfactorily arranged; an assistant teacher
wna a necessity nnd un assistant
teacher we must havo.
PERSONAL.
Mr. E. B, Hill roturned homo ye»
terday, via Northern Pacifio, from
Toronto, Mr. Hill has been attending
the Ontario college of pharmacy, and
having graduated as a pharreaofst, - returns homo to resume his old position
withP.S.OurtU&Co.
tlilucie tioodlcrsi
Tffo OhinesB merchant a arrivod in
this city several days ago from ■ San
Francisco. They will not roturn to
tho Bay City on account of money matters wherein they defrauded white and
Chineso merchants tothe tune of about
§50,000. Tbe embezzlers were In businesa, and procured $20,000 worth of
goods from whito merchants. Hia not
known how much money was emboz-
zled from Chineso firms; but the
amount ia roughly estimated at thirty
thousand dollars. To secure themselves iu O'-se of au arrest tho Cinnamon havo deposited !? 1,000 in a bank
in tbe city wliich will bo used to fight
all efforts to be mado for their extradition. At present the embezzlers are
in Vancouver. Tho cute American
colony of frauds are considering
whether it would not bo advisable to
assist in procuring extradition papers
for these men. A chanco is open to
tho amateur detectives to secure tho
embezzlers.—Times.
SYRUP OF FIGS,
Produced from tho laxative and nutritious juice of California figs, combined
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to be most beneficial to the
human system, acts gently on the kidneys, liver nnd bowels, effectually cleans-
tug tho system, dispelling colds and
headaches, aud curing habitual constipation.
Interior juurnalistto enterprise has'
scored auothor point, and the Kootenay
Star sheds a promising flicker at Revelstoke that may yet develop into a
steady glow. The now light has appeared under tbo auspices of Mr. H.
AlcCutoheon, proprietor cf tho Kamloops Sentinel. May its shadow never
grow less.
Chas. E, Keller, a young Now Yorker, wanted in Montreal for aeveral forgeries of tbe name of J. J. Curran,
M. P., was arrested at Toronto yesterday.
B. C. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fund.
For tho purpose of raising a fund to
contributo towards thu patriotic and
worthy object of making tlio noxt annual provincial fair, to ue held in this
city, a grand and unprecedented success,
tho undersigned agree to contribute the
sums opposite their respective names (to
be paid into tbe association or to trustees
competent to receivo the samo, on or before G months from tho dato of the last
provincial exhibition, and to be applied
to preparing exhibition grounds and
buildings in the city, for increasing the
amount ofi'ei ed in prizes, nnd for furthering tho exhibition in otber ways):
Till" C'OI.UMIUAN  51011 00
SUarpfl A Paine, Lulu Island  10 00
L P Eckstein  10 00
G I) Brymner  20 00
U W Armstrong  10 00
E H  Glover  10 00
Walker* Shadwell  10 00
t'liuul Hamber.  10 00
Peter Grant  10 00
George Turner  10 DO
W.T Armstrong  3000
A .1 Hill  10 00
Cnpt A Grant  10 00
J ft  Macdouell  10 00
W U Loye  10 00
P miodenti  10 00
P G Strickland  25 OO
Gilley Ilroa  20 (HI
ft II Webb  25 00
T Cuimlnglmm  110 00
Henderson Uros, Chilllwhack  io OO
A R Wintemuto  10 00
Por Ex-Mayor Dickinson  212 85
Annie M Jaques  10 00
Stewart A Cash  25 00
Jas Cunningham  50 00
Grant A Hagstrom  20 00
J W Sexsmltb  80 00
Uov .1 H White  10 00
B Douglas  100 00
E 8 scoullar &Co  8 00
A DesBrlsay.....  15 00
W C Coathun  25 00
T M Cunningham  25 CO
A B Rand  25 00
AelEci-miin Bros  ill 00
Rehl A Cun-lo  25 00
H T lleml A Co  BO 00
W H Thibaudoau  15 on
Grant A Maclure  10 00
Young A Terhune  10 00
Terhuno A Co  10 00
Ogle, Campbell A Co  20 00
Next 1	
Wholesale cur Market.
Beef,     per lOOlbt* S -1 00 Q 4 50
Pork           "            7 59@ 8 W
Mutton       «            8 00@ 1)00
Potatoes     ■'  50 (§     7ft
Cabbage     ■'  500 100
Onions        "            LOOS 100
Wheal         "            1 GO S 0 00
Oats           »            1 75@
Pcaa           "            1 BOS 2 00
Hny,         per Ion     V2 (in (n, 15 Hi
Butter (rolls) pur Ih  02_Q 0 80
Cheese,              -■     A M ft 0 15
Eggs,       porilo**  0 20(i»     So
Cordwood (retail) per curd  8 00(3 iWI
Apples, per box  8fl@ 1 GO
Hmeslgr'ninor 100 lbs  4 00® fl oo
"    (dry)        "        „  5 00 a 0 00
Wool, per lb  0 @    10
Mcicnrulflslcnl V«port far Week Ending
Jane 'iin.l, lt>S9.
MAX. MIN.   IIAIN.
Su miny fla.0 63.0
Monday 03.0 55.0    0.01
Ttiesdny 71.0 40.0
Wediu-silny 73.0 40.0
Tliurmlny «i-0 40.0
Frldnv 75.0 53.0
Saturday 030 610    0.01
Clenriiml warm.
A. )'EEl,n, Cnpt'n.
wWiiiisum tt a, mm ui, m
ttmmttWmmn inn i n mauLi
tMttitUU Vfc*4ttt IU.
WANTED.
A WELL-BROKEN   HOUSE, suitable
/orr ' — ■- 	
(1J-28W1
for a lie livery wagon.-Apply to
B.J. ABMSTHONO.
SITUATIOjMVANTED
Aft BOOK-KEEPER   IN   A SALMON
Cannery or In any other establish*
ment. Apply to "Clork," this olllco. 2013
NOTIOE Ifi HEREBY GIVEN THAT
a duly certified plan, protllo and
book of referenei! of the Mission Branch
of this Railway wero deposited in tlio
Land Registry Olllco of tlio District at
New Westminster on thol7lh dayof June,
1880. II. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent.
Vancouver, B, C, 27th June, 1880. dje20m
Wbon Billy wu slok, we give hor CfwtorlA,
Wbon lbs wm a Child, aba oriod for Castoria,
When elie bocame MUs, sh« clnnj to Caatoria,
When aht bad Children, oho gate thorn Castoria
^jp0!Bfes
arorioasL
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
J31 I Inlond making mi: liention to the
Honourable the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to lenso
tbo following described trnot of land!
Commenelng nt a stako situated south
of iv lako lying enst of Deep Bny, Dosola"
tlou Sound; running tbence ;ili chains
south, thence 00 chains cast, theneo 30
chalnB north, thenco 20 chains east, thenco
40 chains north, thenco 30 chains west,
tbence 10 chalnB north, thenco lOclinins
wesL, thenco 50 chains soutli, thenco 40
obalns west, thence lo pointof commencement. HENRY V. EDMONDS,
28th Juno, 1880. djeCOml
A Pleasing Sense of Health
and Strength-Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Pollowe tbo uso of Syrup of Pigs, afl it
acts gently On the
Kidneys, Liver @ Bowels
Effectually Cleansing tho System-when
Costive or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and permanently curing
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION
•without weakening or irritating tbe or-
Con whioh it acta.
oaloin 75c bottle** hy nil Leading
iDi-Ugglr-t.-.-
UAHDrioti'aijj) oxiti nr *ms
OAHrOBBIAHaBYKtJPOO
. Bait "PiiAKcasoo, Cat..,
^otmiviM.t*, Ky.. Nuw Yosh, V V
Tenders for Loan.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED UP
MONDAY, lRlli dny or July, latin, nt
4 o'clock p. m., for lending to tho Corporation of tbe Municipality of Chilliwhack
the sum of $2,000.00, secured on debentures
undor tho Municipality Loan By-law of
1880. These debentures are for 820D.GO each
and carry seven per cent, por annum Interest. Tenders may be for any port Ion of
the loan.
Tho highest or any lender not necessarily nccepted.
Tenders to bo addressed to the Olerk of
tho Municipal Council of Chilliwhack.
Dated this 27th dayof Juno, A. 1), 1889.
ft. CAWLEY,
dwje28td Reeve.
NEW WESTMINSTER
BUILDING SOCIETY.
A GENERAL   MEETING WILL  BE
held In the COURT HOUSE on
Saturday tlie 29tli June,
AT 8 P. M.
Poupose—Drawing for the Eleventh Appropriation of $1,000.
Members In arrears are requested to pay
all dues at the Secretary's oftlce, Bunk
Buildings, Mnry streot, before tbat. date so
as to lesson the Secretary's work on that
evening.
Now members will be admitted to tho
Drawing on payment of entrance fee, 31,
and four weeks' subscriptions, 83 per
share.
By ordor,     WALTER J. WALKER,
Score Inry,
June 21th, 1880. d,|i'21l(i
ff.J.ffALKER&CO.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
ITelephone No. 55.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, EN LAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London and Lancmlilre Fire Mid
miilsli Umpire Ufe Inanrnnee
CompaiilcH,
New Weatmlnster Building Society.
Accountant's Office, Diocese of N.W.
Oity Auditor-, 1880, 1881 Mill 1888.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OK REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRIOT,
and other monetary transactions.
Have soveral good investments on their
books, und nil uew comers will do well to
call before doing business elsewhere,
dw8doly
To Contractors!
11ENDEHS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
the urnler-df-ned up to noon on Tlium-
day, 4tli July, for tho erection of a
TWO-STORY DWELLING
On Agnes Stroet for Chas. McDonough,
Esq.
Plans nnd specifications at my oflice.
Tbo lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
G. W. GRANT,
Architect.
Westminster, Juno27,1880. dj<?27ld
G-EBAT
S JLX_j B
Commencing Monday, June 24th
OGLE, CAMPBELL & FREEMAN'S,
Tiic Leading Dry Goods House,
MASONIC BLOCK,       -       NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwtc
WANTED.
0M5   THOUSAND   OOBDB   CEDAR
Dolt., lour to -evontoen feet low.-
dtoP'ROYAL0IXyPLAl*J»aMILUICO.
SUMMER COATS,
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
• AT	
Ogle, Campbell £ Go's,
dto
NEXT DOOR BANK OF MONTREAL.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
muuira X2sr
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
LaTsrador "EIerxl*ft-*re,
■LdZackexel, Salt Ctad.,
JLxxa.o\jLX'e XJ-ac. XXb,xxxb,
JLxxxxo-ULX'e TJ-ac. *S.aqo*a,;
Flo-or.     ,.     Bran.   .    ■ ..'. Slxoxtai,
••ft-HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR FARM PRODnCE.
bowwu tooullaiwArmfrtrpr-g Meek, Columbia ft.
Jas.EUard<Co
■mmtm:m__,m__a
MreFMSMM
For the Next Four Days
/
THEIR REMAINING  STOCK OF
PARASOLS
jFOJE?- C_c3_S-E3_,
^.t   Cost,   To  Clear.
IF\ CRAZE,
Practical Watchmaker, lanufacturinf;
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
L'L fV
St
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE,  ■ C
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-Classen in steel, rubber, silver arc ■■•.nt
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, $1 nor pair; all sights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Haviug learnt,,
business thoroughly from aome of the finest Horologors In England, and flince thetil
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a few of the best firms on the continent of America, is a sutfioiont guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly m auger for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage & Lyman, Montrual.l
Charges Moderate,
Montrkal, Dec, 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.— Amlw.' Robertson, Eaq„ Chainmiu of 1
Montreal Harbor Commissioners. Bays: "I never found a Watchmaker who did so \
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you aro not here to-day."
dwapl2to
dTOurtTs¥co.
AQENTS  B. LAURANOE'S  SPEOTAOLES.
Wholesale and Eetail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    -    Oolumbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
Wi&Bi
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
XX X Or XX - C L JL S S
DRY GOODS
—jlhtzo—
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
.:._-^i*-,..
AI.''***^!?^
WALKER & SHADWELL.
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