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Array aoriroment P
'rtntmg ofi!
VOLUME 6
NEW  WESTMINSTEB, B. 0., WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 26, 1889.
NUMBER 150
PROFESSIONAL AND BU8INESS CARDS.
T* 0. ATKINSON,
Q A.11RISTER, SOLICITOR, Ao, Olllccs-
O Masonic Building, New WeBtmlnster,
1.0. dwto
AIIMSTRONG A BVB.HVKXB,
l    TjARBISTEIta,; SOUCITOHS...ETO.
sjj   Masonic Building,
§stor, 13. 0.
Now WeHtmln-
dwmy-ite
W. NOltHAN HOLK. **fc. C,
iOAHItlSTRU-A'M.AW.LANDAQRNT.
■ K   Money to Loan. Office-i/lnrltsnn Bt.,
■Sew Wostminstor, B 0. dto
COKllomn, Mr'ttl.J. a .!i:ss»,
B"     ARRI9TERS. SOLICITORS, ole.  Offlcea—Masonic Buildings, Kew West*
Iflinlnstor- and Vancouver, H. C.        dwtc
A.C. naYDONE-JACH, M. A ,
TOTARY PUBLH'. CONVEYANCER.
i   Ae,   Barrister of tho Now Brunswick
Supremo Court.   Offlco   In the Hamley
Building, Columbia St., opposite Uio Col*
jftnlal Hotel. ilupM-n
JOHBPHB.»AYNOIl,U.A.,LL.Il.
*10LD MEDALIST of the Unlvorsltj of
„]( Dublin. 1IARRI8TKR-ATLAW of
hin High Court of Justice, Ireland. Offloes,
Vomer McKenzie & Olarkson Htn„ New
•Vestminster. dwfc21to
V. II. O ATK WOOD, D.D.B.,
IriURGRON DENTIMT-A Gradual* of
P) the Baltimore Dental CollcKo.fHpro-
bared to do all kinds of Dental work, olllco ovor McLennan A MoPeely's hnrd-
Vire Btore, 132 Cordova St., Vancouver,
1. c. dnpiMtc
O. W. lillANT,
 EOT. Offlce-Oornor
Clarkson Hts., Westmln-uor.
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of .11 klnils of tho host makes; Cross-cut .V Hand-Sows,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, sml nil tho ncccss-ry Utensils for Fai-mlllf-l
Hiilley Blocks, Kmitcli Blocks. Rope & Chain in all sizes; pitch,
Tar & Oakumi Tarred nnd Plain Paper for Building) Paints A ©Us
In nil colors; Liquid Pnlnts in nil sliulesi Floor Paints ready to use; Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper In all desians; Brooms & Brushes for nil purposes;
Lubricating Oils) Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements.
t_r H-idcial attention given to orders by mail.
T. T. TXZJi-__l?__? SO CO.,
dwjlySto Columbia Stiieet, New Westminster.
CLOW   A.   r-lACHUK,
i ROIUTEOTS.    Offloo--Room E. over
Bank of B, 0.,Columbia Street.West-
If-jTiistcr. dto
WILLIAU It. KINO,
i RCniTEOT.SANITARYENGINEER,
Y  ko.   Removed to Armstrong's Block,
Kolumbin Stroet,   Westminster.—Boom
Wo, 2. dto
T. J. TRAPP,
I UOTIONEEU    AND     APPRAISER.
i \   Columbia street, New Westminstor.
II com ml anions will receive prompt
ul eareful titt.-ntlon. Best references
!\*eu when requit-Hii. mhl2-to
TUllNKll, UttF-TON A CO.,
MERCHANTS. Wharf St., Victoiia,
■X Agenta for North British and Mer*
-.utile Insurance Co. for "Mainland.   H.
Breton & Co., 3D Flnsbury Circus, Lon-
in, EC dto
W. TIUHAUHEAV,
' AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS*
j man. Hamley Block, Now Westmin-
or, B. 0. droylfitc
A. P. I'OTTON,
OMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
'  SURVEYOR, omcci RoomD.Bank
TB. 0. building, Westminster, a 0.
ti. in ri;vi)itn;»,
*)EAL ESTATE RROKER and County
V Court Agont. Commissioner, Notary
abllc, Ac. Rents collected. Offlce—Mc-
piizle Street, New Westminster, B. 0.
Real  Estate Brokers and
Finimcial Agents*.
GENTS FOR
Confederation Life Aseoelatlonof
Toronto,
ftoynl and Lrtnuaahlrc Flee Insur.
au.e CompanleB.
ite.Valuable Lots for sale ln tho City
id District of Westminster; aud choice
its In the City of Vancouver.
■■' Persons wishing to buy or sell city or
[u iral proporty should communlcato with
Oillces: Bank of B.O. building, opposite
>sl olllco, Westminster, nnd Hustings St.,
■iimouvor. dwnplflto
GRANT & MAOLURE.
Boots & Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
.. urfty-strength and wholesomene-iH, Moro
economical than the ordinary kiuds,und
purity, strength and wbolesomenesH, More
economical than the ordinary kiuds,und
c&nnot be sold In composition wlththo
multitude of low test, short weight alum
'   '        -den*.  Sold only in cans,
'owdkr Co,, 106 wall St.,
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Gheviotts.
J*.   S.   MiVI*tfE3 OCT'S
MERCHANT
Columbia Street,
TAILOR.
New Westminster.
Globe House!
MRS.   WM.    RAE
WILL  OFFER
RAND BROS.
\F.kl. EftTATM BMOKKI18,
ruiiTt-yiKUfi-i*. {*n1 lectori,
And   Iniu-rnnee Agent-,,
lines at
NEW WESTMINSTER! Corner
McKenzie and Clarkson Sts.
VAN KMJ.VBH- Cordova Streot.
LONDON .Englniid.
.WILDING LOTS for sale iu all sections
Vancouver and New Westminster City,
""ARM LANDS of superior quality for
Jo at Chilliwhaok, Port Hammond,
ingley, Matsqui, Mumas, Mud Bay,Lad-
Jr's Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
.4 Pitt Rlvor.
.laps and Plans exhibited ami the full-
. lnformntlon furnished at all ourofflces.
W. BOVILL,
eal Estate Agent
AND CONVEYANCER.
EW WESTMINSTER :-0fflce, Mackenzie Street,
\NC01TVER:—Offlce, Abbott Street,
near Cordova Street.
-Pull List of City and Suburban Pro*
rty.
t'nrtlcular attention pnld  to Farming
inds.
Accurate Information to correspnnd-
its. _______________      dwmyOyl
ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
J  WII Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
NANCIAL, SHIPPING A COMMISSION AQENTS
Fire. Life tt Marine Insurance.
oi-ummaSt., - Opp. Colonial Hotel
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
1*1 tVE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
T*T tendon to all professional orders aud
Ijiidor their services to residents and non-
K-ddctits liaviiiff City or Country Property
ttt dispose of or desiring profitable iuvosf-
liehV
Kourllsls of eligible properties aro com-
Irenonsivo and constantly receiving addl-
j-ons, ami our favurublo eastern conni-o-
KoitH both iu Canada and tho Atlanilo
• tales give us unusual facilities for bust-
less.
■ Speoial ait.-iillnn will be paid to the
l-urebaso and Inspection of Lumber tor
■hipment to foreign ports, Toiinugo chartered aud general shipping business trims-
#-cted, dwaplyl
FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS
Dress Goods at Cost Price
Call Early and Secure Bargains.
RAND BROS.
_.. , jhote powders.
Royal Baking
New York.
Sfely
HOUSE TO RENT
,NHT. PATRICK'S S(J.UARE; 5 rooms,
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
An Englishwoman of 2G recently
advertised that she waa desirous of
being married, and would, therefore,
be pleased "to correspondent with
a Christian vegetarian man."
Michigan must bo an nwful state.
A man in Port Huron has just sold
the city seventeen acres of land to
be used as a cemetery, provided no
liquor shall bo sold on the premises.
The decision of tho Missouri supremo court that pokor-playing is not
gambling will no doubt be promptly
affirmed by tho courts of Kentucky.
Public sentiment in those slates regards poker as the science of higher
mathematics whioh wholly antedates
gambling.—Ex.
A colored sleoping-car porter who
at,fisted the wife of Private Seoretary
Hal ford during the recent flood in
the Oonemaugh Valley has been
given emplowment in the treasury
department at "Washington. Personal services to members and attaches of the royal family arc always
rewarded undor monarchinl governments.—Am, Paper.
ANOTHER BILLET.
Mr. Walter William Phel-is Ap-
pointed II. S. Minister to tlio
German Court.
A Diabolical Attempt to Blow np
tlio Harvard University Hospital Luckily Fails.
Qi
87 por monlli,
djelto
ly to
J. li. I
TO RENT.
\
LARUE BAH*.  TO REKT, with a
[ood woll of wiito*.  Apply to
MRS. E. OOLD.
Ui
To Xjot*.
OFFICES   IN   THE
Block.     ■     '
OJolOtc
.   ARMSTRONG
Apply to
w. .1. ARMSTRONG.
Shorlrr.
TO RENT.
AI'LUASANT ROOM FOR TWO GEN-
tlcmou. with or without Hoiml, in
private family.  Apply nl thirl houso up
tho hill, left hand sldoof Douglas slvoot.
 dJolOto
Timber Landi, fur Sale.
HE DISCOVERER'S INTEREST IN
_ about.8,000aerosol first-ulUBs Tlmher
lands, principally Fir.
WOODS, TURNER A GAMBLE.
New Wesl., a 0., Juno 11,1S80.   djsliitil
Lat
TO LEASE.
THE UNION HOTEL, opposite Masonlo
aud Oddfellows' Block.
,;Fpr.partl"U]nrs, apply nt tho
' ' 'MAIS-LAND RESTAURANT,
djelml New Westminster.
First-class Prairie Farm
T-OB 8ALB,
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, Norlh Arm, Frnscr nivorj con-
talnlngHOO cores ot tho hutst farming land
In lho country; all dyked, well Improved,
good buildings, good orchard (bearing).
For further information enquire of
MAJOR A PEARSON,
umy2fltc Now Westminster.
Says tho S. F. Bulletin: Senator
Hoar, who recently visited this coast
o. a member of the committee on
trade relations with Canada, thinks
that the natural advantages are wanting to mako Esquimalt a formidable
fortified position and a menace to
the United States. Perhaps Senator Hoar knows more about such
matters than the military and naval
authorities of both tbe United States
and England, but he has never demonstrated that fact.
A Druggist Hives Sugar of Lead
in Mistake for Tartanic Acid.
Fifty Poisoned.
Real Estate,
Insurance and Financial
AGrESISTT®.
NEW WESTMINSTER, ^S
CLARKSON
ZIE ST8.
VANCOUVER, co\NBEBRoTCT02-r°^TAsND
Macpherson & Thomson
Of Ontario and Marquette, Michigan,
havo oponod a
IH THE HOLBROOK BUCK,
Columbia Street. _ doors Enst
of Telegraph Office.
Thoy have a complete assortment of
everything usually found ln i, llrst-clnss
lorug store, comprising puro and fresh
foFtUQS, OHEMIOAL8,
PATENT MEOIOINES,
TOILET ARTIOLES,
IENQLISH, FRENOH AND
AMERIOAN PERFUMES.
. Physicians' prescriptions carefully corn-
mounded day and niglit. rctfd tm
BREDEMEYER, DR. PH,
(I-ato partner of John MeVUihcr)
iMININOKNaiNKKIl, XI. ft. A PROVINCIAL 9URVEYOU, A ASBAYIIR.
IMahonki Tempi****. Block,  Vancouvku,
Hrlt. Col.
a**rRe)Initio rcporta, mulergrntin-i t-ur-
vcvh ami maps of mines exennteil allow
■rate-*,  AHHayi mnile on nil kimiHof min*
leralM, gold and silver bam.  Thirty yenrs'
■ experience In mining In AhIh, Kumiie
land United Hlntes of   Amorlcii,   HpoaKH
■ ten liumuiiKPR.   AHnayH from a illstuncn
1 promptly nttended to,   Addroim Vancou*
—ano-
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON,   ENG. .07 CANNON ST.
Farming Lands Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia and Front Sts..
In central portion of tlio city; sevor.il
buildings bring goodrent-?21!,000,00.
Lot 4, Block 7,' noar Lytton Square,
60x182 feot, fronting on Columbia snd
Front Sts.-B0,O0O.O0.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., 33x60 feet—
-4,000.00.
Also—Lot and Building with stock of
Goods, one of tho best businoss stands
ln the oity.
Improved Residential Property
Lot 15, Blook 13; two houses rented at
paying figures—$4,500.00,
Houso and Lot on Lome St, nesr Columbia—$1250.00.
Lots 4, 5 ft 0, Block 10; good house,
garden, fto.; ohoioo residence property
-15,550.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St. j fenced and
cleared—$1500.00.
Houso nnd Lot on Columbia St.; one of
tho finest residences In tho oity—17,-
000.00.
Houso and Lot on Royal Avenue, noar
Douglas St $2,000.00,
House and 3 Lots, cornor Royal Avenuo
and St. Patrick's St.* no. hotter residence site in tho oity—(10,000.00.
1 acre, wltb 7 houses, near tlio Park—
10,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Blook 28; oornor lot on Agnos Ht. i
fino residence site-$1200.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avenue—$500.00 eaoh.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas nnd Halt*
fax Sts,, noar Clinton St.} fine views
and well situated—$350.00, $375.00,
$500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clintor -
$300.00.
LotO, SubBlock 10; fine residence lots-
$250.00.
Lots on Pelham St., near Mary—$600.00
each.
Lot on Polhain 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 Nortii Arn
road; finest chanco ln tbo market fo:
residenco or speoulation-$125.00 tf
$176.00.
Lots In Subdivision ol Lot 11, snb-Bloo
12-460.00 to $125.00.
Loti in Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Blue
13—$160.00 each.
Lot. in Wostmlnster Addition at $16,00
to $50.00.
Plants for Sale!
O EC XI ./a*. 3?
AT THE
In Great Vaiuety* iNCi-umua,
GERANIUMS, Dnnliloand Single; FU*
CHIAS. ml now vnrletlea: ROSES
Doublo PRTUNIAH, MOON-FLOWRH81
n ll in- collccUon of DAHLIAS (named
Vnrlotlen>. ANNUALS, '25 els. per doz.
Mixed BBDDING PLANTS, SI CO per doe.
I offer io Plants for Si, lucIiHlliif-1 Storm
King Fnclila. Houi-in-is, Wrcntlis nnd
Ci'osrios mndo to order. Fruit, Vegolablott
and Flowen at Store, noxt ally Hntol, Cn*
lumbin St. Orden by mail promptly nt-
k-uileillo       Hw-ii*. vl]      V. 1,1111.1*11.
UMUCO.
DRUG6ISTS
Queen's  Hotel  Block,
NEW HlSTMIXSrilt.
Hnji Ilnmoin Khouli Khan—if
you can't say it, sing it—says that
the Shah ol Persia would like to
visit thu United Stutos, hut oaniiot
do so because thoro is no ono hera
of equal rank to receive hiin. That's
what we all get for pitching in nnd
trying to he colonel*-, when if we
should concentrate our efforts on
one man we might rig him out with
a title big enough to invite anybody to drop in fntnilinry and stay
a few days with us.—Washington
Post.
Professor Jenkins has found the
following nnecdote of Oliver Cromwell in some MltfS. whioh he is
editing for the Fairfield House library. It is said to hnve beon never
published beforo. Tho protector
walking ono evening in the muddy
purlieus of Houndsditch, found a
drunken fellow grovelling in the
gutter. Having been dragged to
his feet by one of the attendants,
he was asked who ho was and what
ho did. "Who are youl" said the
sot to tho protector. "I am Oliver
Cromwell," said the great republican, with dignity. "Well, I am
All-over Mud," replied the inebriate.
Licines
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY,
diipllc
so oo.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 A.V1)	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Properly,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
Anil tranenot all Huslnosi- relating to
Ileal Estate.
—AGENTS FOR—
london Assurance Corporation.
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of
Hartford.
London and Lancashire Ute Assurance Co.
Canton Insurance Offlce, Id. (Marine)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Qovernment St., Victoria
dwieWyl
A few out of a large number of
cases of distress to whom. the committee of the London Clergy Corporation, have recently given assistance are thus described:—A curate
with eight children under eight
years of ago, and a stipend of £126 a
yenr; u vicar with five young children, and an annual income of
-£100; a vicar with six children undor 15 years of age, and an annual
income of -£135 and a house; a vicar
with eight children under 18 years
of age, and -£117 annual income; a
curate with six young children and
a stipend of -£120; a vicar with
elt'vmi children under 15 years of
age, and an annual income of-£189.
—Ex.
A remarkable girl died reoently
in Chicago, Illinois. Josephine
Cribski was her name and she
was the eldest of the family of six
children, and hnd never walked a
step in her life. She had never
soen the light of day, never heard
the sound of voices and never uttered nn intelligible syllable Sho nte
what was given her, rejecting nothing, und never made a sign that
she desired more. Tlio only feeling
that this semi-inanimate creature
ever betrayed was when n flower
was placed in her hand, She wus
no largor than nn ordinary 10-year
old child. After death her countenance looked like that of a beautiful
angel in sweet repose, and the lips
wero parted in a smile, though she
hnd never smiled in life.
This story is being told of the
late President Lincoln, says the
Graphic: Stephen A. Douglas,
short and. stout, and Owon Lovejoy,
of medium size, were once gossiping
togothor in Lincoln's presence upon
tho proper length of a man's legs.
"Now," snid Lovejoy, "Abe's IegB
are altogether too long, and yours,
Douglas, 1 think, are a little short.
Let's ask Abe what he thinks of it."
The conversation had been carried
on with n view to Lincoln's overhearing it, nnd they closed it by
saying: "Abo, what do you think
nbout it?" Lincoln had a far-away
look, as ho sat with one leg twisted
mound tlio other, but he responded
to the question: "Think of what?"
"Well, we're talking about the
proper length of a man's legs. We
think yours are too long and Douglas's too short, and we'd like to
know what you think iB the proper
length," "Well," Biid Mr. Lincoln,
"that's a matter that I've never
given nny thought to, so of course I
may lie mistaken; but my 6rst impression is that a man's leg ought
to be long enough to reaoh from hiB
body to tho ground,"
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCastoria
FHI*I,FS   GETS IT.
Wasuington, June 26.—Tho ni-eii-
dont hos appointed Win. Walter
Phelps, of New Jersey, minister to
Germany.
NED   HANLAN.
Ban FnANOisuo, June 20.—Ned IL-.U-
hn, the oarBinan, went east lust night.
He will probably make a match with
Gaudaur at St. Louis,
THE NIO'lERS WILL STAY.
New York, June 20.— Superintendent Billings, of the Pullman Palace
Car Company, denies the rumor thut
on July loth the colored porters on aU
of tho company's routes will be replaced
by white men, nnd thnt tbe system
of tipping will be stopped. Be snys
some Canadian paper recently contain*
ed an article to tbe effect that the
company had agenta in England engaged in securing substitutes fur colored men. The superintendents! had a
meetiug in Chicago lest month and
nothing pertaining to the subject wub
proposed or discussed. Mr. Billin-,-8
declares himself in favor of colored
men for car porters.
A SCHOONER MISSINa.
San Fhancisco, June 20.—The
.sealing schooner Annie, whieh left here
four and a half months ago, has been
given np for lost. She wai commanded
by Capt. John Jaoebson, and carried a
crew of eleven men. Not a word has
been beard from hor, nor has Bho been
seen leaving port. Several schooners,
which left hore about the same time
us tho Annie, hnvo reported encountering severe gah-s, when a few duys
out, and it is not improbable that tho
Annie foundered during ono of thom.
SBRIOUS TRAIN ACCIDENT.
Pittsburg, Ph., June 20.—At 2:30
this morning, threo freight trains were
wrecked on the Pennsylvania railroad,
about a mile oast of Latrobu. Two
freight trains wero telescoped and
caught tho enstbound train just ns the
latter was passing. Twenty-live cars
and two enuines were wrecked. One
of the engines .with several cars rolled
over the embankment and full into the
river. Six persons were killed, another was fatally injured and several
others wore more or leas seriously injured. The list of killed may be largely increased, as it is believed all of the
bodies havo nut yet been recovered
from the wreck.
ANOTHER SEIZURE BY HAYTIANS.
New York, June 26.—A report of
the seizure hy a Haytian warship and
the subsequent release of the American Bteamer Oznmn, r.f tho Clyde
steamship line, has been forwarded to
the state department at Washington.
It is expected that Messrs. W. P.
Clyde & Co. will appeal to secretary
Blaine to see whether something can-
nut bo done to protect their steamers
from tho Haytinus.
rain predicted.
San Francisco, June 26.—Light
rains are predicted for Oregon and
Washington up to 8 a.m.   Thursday.
A DIABOLICAL DEED.
Boston, June 26 —An attempt wns
made to blow upthehospital of Harvaid
university yeiterday. Several dynu*
mite cnrtriilitps wero set in a pnsto-
bunrd frame und placed on a wiudow
sill of the bisement window. Sepnr-
ato fuses led from each curtritlgo tu
one common fuse. Tho large fuse
burned up to tho point where the
small ones joined. This common fuse
hnd been fired, but on account of tho
dust and windings of the fuse it had
failed to burn. A quantity of kerosene was strewed over and around tho
smaller fuses as if to make sure of an
explosion when tho spurk ahould reach
that point. No reason can bo assigned
for tho attempted destruction of the
building.
WILL LYNCH HIM.
Toronto, Juno 25*—Fifty persons
wore prostrated and fifteen are expected to die from drinking lemonade in
the town uf Woodstock. Sugar of
lead was found in tho drink, which
was served at the nic-nic, the drug*
fist's earelei-B mistake in giving sugar
of lend for tartaric acid. A mob raided the druggist's store which was
climrd Thi-y used a battering mm
nnd domoIUhed lho building. The
stuck of sugar of lend nnd other druga
woru scattered bnmdcast. A warrant
is out fur tho druggist, who ia supposed to be hiding iu the wood. A crowd
has started with the avowed purpose
of lynching him if they can find him.
OTTAWA NOTES.
Ottawa, Juno 25,'—Jos. D. Brook
seeks tn qunsh lhe patent of L. W.
Whipple, of New York, for the machine to mako mippod fabrica, on the
ground thai he cannot manufacture
the patented articles within two years.
Thu experimental farm has received
an interesting collection of shrubs for
its seed testing house, consisting of
tea, coffee and pepper plants,
S'ltow, Javanese commissioner, ia
delighted with the attentions shown
him while here. He interviewed the
premier to day.
Threo hundred Icelanders are en
route to Canada.
Tho C, P, B. caso waa resumed nt
luoh Arrnn hotol, Dalhousie, -N. B.,
to-day. Hamlin, of Victoria was 'tho
first witness for the government.
A  volunteer  naval    brigade,   300
strong, is to bo formed at Toronto,
sullivan's legs.
Belfast, N. Y., June 25.—There
being considerable talk among sporting
men relating to the weakness of Sullivan's legs, inquiry of Muldoun to day
regarding their condition brought
an invitation from the party to mako
a tramp with them through the country.
Not thinking himsolf sufficiently developed as a pedestrian, one of Mul-
doon's horses was mddlcd, while Sullivau, Muldoon and Clonry prepared
themselves for tho tramp. The party
started over the rough country roads
to the township of Birdsall. The day
was warm and pleasant and tha champion wore very heavy winter olothing.
Tho raco wob very fast, tho horso having to trot at times in order to keep up
with the men. The first stop was made
at a vory beautiful spring, 13 miles
from the start. The prespiration waB
dropping from tho bottom of tho chnm-
pion's pantaloons, also from tho wrists
of hia shirt. Ten minutes was spent
nt the spring. The champion bathed
his face and hjinda and partook of the
pure cold water. Then tho roturn
journoy commenced. A different direction wiib tnken, which was at least 14
miles. They ran more than half the
distance, Muldoon and Cleary held the
lead tho entire distance in both direction.-). There waB not a dry stitch of
clothing on any of the pedestrians
when they reached their training quarters, Sullitan waB allowed to sit and
rest for a few minutes, wrappud in
heavy blankets. Ho waa then put
through the process of bathing aud
rubbing. Tho champion did not complain of being tired, nor did he appear
so. Hu felt very cheerful and tried
on his new fighting shoes, which had
just arrived, and hii trainers Bay any
roan that can stand suoh a trip over
suoh ft-ads and not feel leg weary cannot have*anything tho matter with his
legs. .-,
ikey's substitute.
Boston, June 26.—Frank Murphy,
the English featherweight who haB
heen accepted by the California athletic club as a substitute for Ike Weir iu
tho match with Billy Murphy, of Australia, will leave for San Francisco tomorrow night. Young Mitchell and
Professor Watson, will probably train
him.
TO SELECT TBE GROUND.
New Orleans, June 26.—Mike
Donovau, Frank Stovenson and Wm.
H. Harding are expected hero to-morrow to select the ground for the Sulli-
van-Kilrain fight. Honey Island, on
the Pearl river, 30 miles east of here,
will probably be the ground.
CANDID SPEAKING.
Mr.
Sexton, M. P., FavorB Boycotting: and is an Admirer of
Fenian Principles.
Germany    vill   Take   Measures
Against   Switzerland   Unless
Socialism is Kept Down.
The Russian Army will be Sap-
plied with New BHles of the
Latest Model.
CORRESPONDENCE.
The West minster HIrIi School.
Editob CoLUMUiAN.--In the published
minutes of the proceedings of the last
council meeting there appears a lengthy
communication from the hon. the provincial secretary in reply to a resolution of
the council, passed on the 14th irstant.
Thia oouncil took office in January lost,
and grapple with things aB they find
them.
The following is the correct status of
the school from the official monthly reports;
No.
Month.     Atteud'g.
Dally Gr't-st Least
Av'ge.    No.    No.
Muy.             20
April,           29
March,          3D
February,     ill
Jauuary,      3)
36.48      £7      19
2H.BS       2B       18
24 48       20       21
270.5       80       24
27.(6       80       28
Aud there wero present at the, last examinations, May 28, 29, 30 and 31, the
number of 27,
Had the government granted the request of the trustees in the matter of the
high school, as made during the months
of January, February ond Maroh last,
there would since that time have been in
attendance the following additional pupils: Miss McBride, Mis*- Bellas, Miss
Withi-ow, Misa McGregor, Miss Burns,
Miss Worth, Mr. Sutherland, Mr. Miller, Mr. Smith, Mr. Ross and Mr. Drys-
dale.
It may be news to your readers that
the average attendance in the Victoria
high school has increased only 18 in
number during the past 12 years; see
page 196, last school report.
As my time is limited I shall continue
iu a future issue.
John McKenzie,
Sec. School Board.
l'fcsbjterlanlsniand Liquor Ln-.ru.
Edh-or Columbian.— As it is specially impoatant just now that there should
be no mistake as to the position of Presbyterians on the liquor traffio question,
might I ask you to insert the enclosed
resolutions just passed at Toaonto by tho
general assembly of tho Presbyterian
church in Canada—composed of representatives "from ocean to ocean?"
Reader.
1. That wo renew our testimony to the
ed'i-et that the gospel of Christ alono can
uplift and bless tno race, purify and save
society, and make us a temperate nnd
SiMH-ierous people; nnd we would Ihore-
ore express our gratitude to God that In
combatingtUe evils of lntomperannn. tho
church has kept Christ nnd His i
conspicuously ln tbe foreground ns the
sole refuge of perishing men, aid the sovereign remedy for every 111.
2, That we again declare our conviction
thnt the traffic ln Intoxicating liquo Is
contra 17 tothe word of God; thnt our people should guard against any complicity
with It In nny form whatsoever: that Its
total suppression by the state is tbo proper
goal of nil true temperance legislation,
ami Is one of the worthiest nlms of an enlightened Chris min philanthropy; nnd
that sympathy with prohibitory legislation should be deemed an esscntlnl qualification in those who represent ub in
the pnrllnmcuL o.' our country.
8. Thnt this assembly recognizing tho
value of wise Ohrlstnln teaching on this
subject, would urge on tho ministers nnd
office bearers of our church tho linoor-
tanco of taking a lending pnrt In bo
moulding public sentiment nnd In so
educating tno public conscience ns to secure the eirly and total prohibition of tho
liquor traffio,
i. Iu view of tho acknowledged fact that
much ot lho wine of commerce Is exceedingly Impure, wo would sltougly urge na
nil the suNsl'ins of our church the duly of
securing as fnr ns possible lhe pure "fiul*.
of the vine" for use In lhe sacramont of
tho supper,
6. Thut wo express cordial nppr-val of
the provision mado In so many provinces
of our Dominion forpubllOBchool injunction In scientific temperance; onrextremo
siltIsfuol lon with the recent action of tho
Now Brunswick bonrd of cducnl lon touching this mutter; our grateful acknowledgment oftho further advancement mndo
in Ontnrio, in allowing value for this subject at the entrance examination**; and
our hopo thnt in nil our provinces this
subject will soon be Inserted ln the curriculum of the schools, nnd plncod in
every rospoct on au equal footing with
othor Important branches of studies.
0. That, whilo repudiating any sympathy whatever with tho llceiino systems,
and gunrdlng ngnlnstauy word or actions
that might bo construed Into willing tolerance or upprovnl thereof: yot, Bccltig
the larger part of our Dominion Is nt pro-
sent under Ilcenso, this assembly would
urge and oncourago the members and adherents of 0111 churoh to take the fullest
advantage of ench nnd every prohibitory
feature oftho license nets-such ns reducing tho hours in which liquor can bo
sold; banishing It entirely from nny given
locality: and generally, lu so hedging in
the traffic ns to greatly promote public
morality nnd domestic peace,
7. That wo record our appreciation of
servli-es rendered to the cause by many of
our most prominent public Journals; by
various temperance societies; nnd especially by tho Woman's Christian .Temper-
nnce unions throughout (lie land.
8. That wo renew the recommendations
of past yenrs to form tempeiance societies
and hands of hope hi our congregations
under lho supervision of sessions nnd sab-
hath school teachers; nnd that tho assembly's commlitce ou temperance be i'o*
quested to draft a suitable constitution
for such societies uud submit it to noxt
assembly.
J. T. Fanning, engineer of Minneapolis, reported to tho Winnipeg city
council Monday night that the proposed schemo of utilizing the Ataint*
buino water power was most feasible,
Children Cryfor Pitcher1 j Gloria
A FENIAN AT LAST.
London, Juno 26.—In the Parnell
commission today Mr. Sexton, mayor
of Dublin, wai called to tho stand.
Ho declared boycotting was a necessary ovil, and he would not say he
wub opposed to tho principles of the
fenians.
THE FRENCH FENAL COLONY.
Paris, June 26.—It has been reported recently that escapes of convicts
from New Caledonia havo reached
large proportions. But M. Harden,
governor of that state, in a report
just addressed to the under secretary
of the colonies, does not mention any
Buch fact, but on the contrary, says the
penal institutions are entirely quiet,
and groat agricultural activity prevails
in the colony. He mentions tho escape of a single convict recently, but
the latter wsa captured after a short
absence, and was returned to prison
and punished,
CHAMBERLAIN WILL   FRESIDB.
London, June 26.-—Mr. Joseph
Chamberlain has accepted the invitation to preside at the farewell banquet
to be given to Mr. and Mra. Kendall
on the eve of their departure for
America.
MOKE BULLYING.
London, June 26.—The Cologne
Gazette intimates that Germany will
take precautionary and defensive
measures on the Swiss frontier, in
July, unless somo guarantee is given
that the socialists and nihilists shall
not be allowed to plot against her
peace on Swiss territory, and that
dangerous persons Bhall not be permit- .
ted to cronB tho frontier into the German territories,
A MEMBER DEAD.
London, June 26.—Walter Bico
Howell Powell., member of Parliament from Weat Carthemiathahshire,
is dead. He has represented his
county in pailiament ainco 1880.
DRIZZLE   WINS.
London, June 26.—At the Newcastle and Gasforth park summer meeting to-day, the race for the Northumberland plate wbb won by Drizzlt-, King
James second, St. Martins third.
Seven ran.
NEW RIFLES.
St. Petersbuu, June 26. — Tbe
GrasMiimii Bays the Russian army is
tu bu supplied with new rifles made in
France, after the latest model.
WOULD JOIN THE ALLIANCE.
London, June 26.—The Cologne
Gazette, reviewing the recent proceed*
inj-s for her own protection by Turkey
and hinting nt tho negotiations in
prof-rose, s-tys that in certain events,
presumably menaces on s the part cf
Russia, the Sublime Porte would join
the triple alliance,
SWITZERLAND WARNED.
Dedlin, June 25.—The North German Gazette to-day prints a summary
of the development of the Swias neutrality, which may be regarded as a
statement of the case of the German
government in its convention with
Switzerland. This article says that
since the Vienna congress, whioh guaranteed the neutrality of Swiss territory, Switzerland has altered her internal constitution and infringed on
the stipulations of their congress. In
1848 Prussia, Austria and Franco
jointly notified Switzerland that they
would refuse to fufil the obligations
assumed at the Vienna congress, unless she ceased to infringe upon tho
conditions upon whioh these obliga*
ti'-ns were based. The neutrality
clauses incorporated in the Vienna
treaty were not intended to merely
establish the rights of Switzerland;
they impose duties on her as well;
nor are the international obligations
of Switzerland restricted to sueh u
aro defined in these clauses.
Intor-stato law is very clear. The
state should not tolerate acts within
her own territory directed against
the well-being of other states, and
this principle ahould apply with especial force in the ease of a country
whoso neutrality, inviolability and integrity are guaranteed. If such a -
country within hor borders tolerates
or promotes hostile acts directed
against neighboring states, sho infringes
on the privileges conceded her. The
breach is all the more flagrant when
a state which becomes a party to efforts against the safety of a neighbor
from wnrding off hostile intrigues.
Another ftcnni of Coal-
Mr, B. H. Wake, who for years hu
been an enterprising sottler on Valdes
Island, a few days ago discovered an
outcrop of coal on his land just at high
water. Tho ledge is situated on the
gulf sido of the island, and tho coal
found is similar in appearance to that j
found throughout Nanaimo district.
The outcrop is a thin ono, but can bo
traced for some distanco, and is pitch*
ing towards the gulf. Mr. Wafto is
tho lucky owner of 360 aores of laud,
and ia consequently jubilant over the
recent find, for it no doubt is an indication that coal exists under his land.
Valdez Island is tbe next island aouth
of Gabriola Island, and separated only
by the narrow channel known as Gabriola Pat. s. It is but a short distance
from where the bore is being put down
on Gabriola Island.— -Vanfltmo free
Press.
—— «-■*>■-> ■— ■ ■   .—
Wm. O'Connor left Toronto yesterday for New York, where he will take
tho Germania to-day for England.
tt. T. Burns, deputy postmaster,
Kingston, wu arrested yusterday'
morning on a charge of embezzlement
It is understood that Burns hai confessed to appropriating about $3,000.
The caso has caused quiet a sensation
in Kingston and muoh sympathy is expressed for his family. He hu been
employed in the post office for twenty-
six ycats, and was considered one 0!
thi moat capable aud correct officials
in the department.
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In this issue will bd found n coin
municuttou from Mr, John McKenzie, secretary of the   publio   school
board in this city,  on   high  school
matters, culled forth by the reply
(published yestorday) of tlio   Hon.
John Rohsoh, provincial sporatary,
to tlio lato resolution  of  tiio city
council requesting tlmt nn additional
teacher bo appointed  for   tho high
school here and Eotting fortli the reasons therefor  It will lie rem<-microti
that tho school hoard nt their un-
nunl meeting, n few weeks ago,passed
n similar resolution, and  the fact
cannot bo denied  that, considered
solely ns affecting tho welfare of tho
Westminster high school, an additional   teacher   is  und   has   barn
for some time rightly regarded, by
thoso in n position to judge, ns an
urgent necessity.   Viewed comparatively, as in the honorable provincial
secretary's able and exhaustive reply
to   the communication of  the city
council, the claim of our high school
to the extra teacher (really required)
appears, on tho surface of things at
at any rate, to bo completely pulverized.    Our correspondent to-day,
however, touches upon n few points
which put u slightly different aspect
upon  some  of  the arguments advanced by the provincial secretary,
and   in   another letter promises to
elucidate some more.    Mr. McKen-
zie's letter explains itself, so far as
the writer has gono into tho subject,
and wo shall not comment further
on the question  to-day, beyond remarking   that tlie necessity indisputably  exists   for   an   additional
teacher  in the high school in this
city; and, while tho provincial secretary's   ground   is   no doubt well
taken in the matter of it beiug iro-
praeticablo   to   appoint   tin   extra
teacher when there is no sum in tlie
estimates for such ri purpose, it is to
be   hoped, in the iutel-ents of   the
Westminster high school, that, iho
educational authorities may see their
way clear, nt   the   earliest possible
moment, to  make such provision as
will insure to this important school
the assistance so much required;
given, nnd wo take tho liborty of
reproducing it:
r the pla_- ~, - --
Jnnolltudc nud mourn,
For the place Hint in overthrown.   Wo sit
In solitude and mourn.
For lho walls that are overthrown.   We
sit in solitude and mourn.
For tho majesty that is departed.   Wo sit
iu solitude mid mourn.
Forour great men thai lie dead.   Weslt
In solitude amt mourn.
Foi'the precious stones that nro burled.
Wo sit In solitude nml mourn,
For the priests who have stumbled.  Wo
sit In solitude and mourn.
For our kliiy.*-who have despised Him.
Wo sit in solitude nnd mourn.
Tho most touching and heartrending
wailing over Jerusalem, says the
writer above referred to, is to bo
witnessed in the homes of the pious
Jews. At midnight they wrap
themselves in their prayer garments,
put ashes on their heads, nnd pros-
trnto themselves on tho ground.
Then iu melancholy tones they rehearse tho following lamentation
and prayer combined, of which we
reproduce only lho two first and the
last stanzas :
A voico of   woo from  Raiuah'fl hoary
tower,
A voice of wail from /Ion'-* smitilod bill;
Alas! iny illaileni and queenly dowor,
The youthful honors l remember still.
Dark is to mo llio solitary bower
Who did of old n throne of splendor (Ul.
1 was siirnnnied Jehovah's fairest bride;
lint now am forced, forlorn and dl-scou-
solate,
His heavy wrath nnd vengeance to abide;
My Joys arc down, my heart Is desolate.
Come weep, yo daughters, ut my faltering
sido,
For no one Urawetli near my sorrows to
abate.
Father of Mercies', come return wlih grace I
To Zion's dwellings beautifledagsin.     '
I'-et IsniL'l's eye behold Tliy dwelling place
Restored;    then   list tlio hallelujah's
strain.
The hymning voices of « ransomed raco,
Urectlng lhe rising wall of that eternal
fane.
What is characterized ns the most
remarkable   prayer that the Jews
oiler on  such occasions, nnd which
it is said no doubt has reference to
Isaiah vii, 14, is the following:
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Jehovah's ancient people of Israel
havo a past wonderful history, a
present separate existence, and peculiarities of life and customs, well
fitted to appeal to the imaginations
and sympathies of tho enlightened
Gentile peoples among whom they
dwell. The true Jiiw—nnd there
are many thousands, wc might say
millions, of them throughout the
world—never forgets that lio is n
descendant of Abraham—"a child
of the promise"—and, amid nil his
wanderings, is keenly conscious, too,
tbat ho is an outcast; that the
goodly land of Canaan—onco his
heritage—and Jerusalem—Jerusalem otice the "joy of tho wholo
earth," and even now a. magic word
when spoken or recalled by the exiled Jew—are his no more, but desolate nnd laid waste under tho heel
of tho stranger and infidel. A
Christianized rabbi, Kev. Isaac Le-
vinsohn, writing recently in the
Jewish Herald of his experiences on
a mission to the "land of his fathers,"
relates sumo interesting and affecting incidents. Wo quote briefly,
from t)io writer's own words:
Having spent several hoars vieitiiig
Jews, my aged friend, a rabbi from Koy*
no, Russia, asked ino if I would go with
him to lhe wailing place to mourn over
the desolation of JecueaUm, and pray for
Israel's restoration to her former glory.
"I will »o with you," I replied, "mid
pray very earnestly that God may hasten
the day when Judflh will return totho
Lord." Being Friday afternoon, tho
time when many Jews U'jfleinblo for
prayer at tlio wall of the ancient temple,
X joined the company oi Israelites. It
Was,. Indeed, a most memorable nnd
painful BhlhJ;, Hero were Jows from
nmong aU nations, in their peculiar
Oriental costumes, .some drossed nlso in
their Tatiih (praying garments), Thoir1
attitude and prayers were most heart-
vending. As load aa they possibly could
they rend thu 22nd Paalm. The wall bo- j
fore which tho assembly prayed, and i
against whicli their heads reposed, is '
Very thick and high. Its length is 1B8ft„ ,
and it is (10ft. iu height. Wa counted
over twenty rows of Hlpues, somo HOft.
long and 5ft. thick. The lamentations I
here were most pathetic. Women,
dressed in white, with great canicatupss
cried aloud. Their shrieks worn appalling as they repeated, over aad over
aoahi, "My Goil, my (Jcil,' why hast
Thon forsaken mo? Why.art Thou so far
from helping mc, and Irom the words of
my roaring? O my God, I cry in tho daytime, but Thort hcarost not; and in tho
night season, and am not silent." The
men also were weeping as if iu most terrible grief, and lehearsod psalniB, litanies
nnd prayers for tho dead. Most of theso
earnestly pressed their lips against tho
stones and kissed them. Some of those
stones are in somo parts smooth through
suoh passionate kissing. Two holea aro
seen, which my friend pointed out. Ho
also Informal! mo of tlio belief of tho
mourners that those holes led tothe Holy
of Holies, and   many offer thoir heart*
{liorcing prayers through theso holes, bc-
ievlng that prayers ottered In them mv__.
go direct to Ood, Through these hobts,.
the prayers offered by Jowa all over thu
world must pass. How touching it was
to see some of the stonos wot with tears.
As I Ustouod to thoir pathetic prayers I
remembered what the rabbins have said
in tho Talmud—that "Since the destruction of the temple, the gates of prayor
have boon olosed, and only the gates of
tears are open,"
Grant his desire to mourning Israel.
0 shield of Abraham, our Redeemer .send,
And call His glorious name Immamiel.
The very existence of the Jows as a
separate and peculiar people to this
day, and their remarkable Ioyality,
not only to their ancient faith und
forms of devotion, but to their nativo land, and especially to tho eity
which was its chief pride nnd glory,
constitute one of the most vivid and
significant facts of history, and,
while furnishing the strongest possible corroborative testimony of tho
general truth of sacred history, mark
the Jew most unmistakably as a man
of destiny—one who has n distinct
and eminent future as he !ms had n
remarkable and chequered past.
While considering this phase of the
subject we might well ask, Whero
are all thoso nations that were co-
temporaneous with tho Jews, say
eighteen centuries ago, or tlmt have
arisen and declined since 'I Their
name, so far as any present separate
existence or survival of the original
type is concerned, may truly bo said
to havo perished from tho earth.
Not so with the Jew, however, who
is unique in this respect of all the
nations of antiquity, und must be
regarded, at tho very least, by the
student of ethnology, history, and
revelation as n subject for interesting
and absorbing study.
JAMES D. RAE
[SUCCESSOR TO D. MePHADEN]
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OP FIRST-CLASS
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In the Supreme Court of British Columbia and in the Comity
Conrt of New Westminster.
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P. O. VERNON, HERMANN WICKERS,
WILLIAM CALKINS,
1-OSTILL BROS., T. NEELANDS,
Plaintiffs.
Defendant.
__ Courts on lhe 23rd and 27th days of Mav. lsSU, respectively, and to mo directed in
tlie aijove-nnmod Bails, for tho nuni'of 8870.00 and Interest on tho Bamo at the rate of fl
lier eentum jut annum until paid, besides SlicrilPs fees, poundage and other expenses of litis i-xiM'iulon.I have seized nnd will offer for sale by auction, at tho OOURT
HOUSE, New Westminster, on
Thursday the 27th Day of June Next,
At 12 o'clock noon, nil tho right, title nntl Interest of the said William Calkins, ns
dcscriiK-d in tnls advertisement, or sufficient thereof to satisfy the Judgment debt and
expenses in this netlon, subject to a morteagefor$1-500.00andInteresttlioreoaat9
per oentuiij per iinnum from llie WMi Mnrcli, 1SHH.
Now Westminster
I Concise dcscrlp-
llon of property.
Estate or Inl'st
North West. X of Seotion 23,
Towm-hip 20.
Prairie land parlr|
ly ditched 4 under cultivation}
build''*-) thereon
The Judgment-' wero registered in   tho Land Registry Oflice, on tbo 28th dny
of February and tho 27th day of. March, 1889, respectively, against said lands.
*W. T. ■ARMSTSO'tTG-, SHERIFF,
dJelOtd Westminster 1 ounty.
lot ice of Sale by Sheriff
PURSUANT TO EXECUTIONS AOAINST LANDS ACT, 1874.
Iu the -Toimly Court of New Westminster, lioldcn nt New
Westminster*
L. P. ECKSTEIN,
W. H-. BROWN,
Plaintiff.
Defendant.
IN OBEDIENCE TO A WRIT OF FI FA ISSUED OUT OF THE COUNTY COURT
oi New WeHtnihij-ier, on the Uth November, 1888, nnd to me directed Inthe
a hove-named suit forthe sum of $117.73, debl ami costs, also Interest on lln-nam ■' nt
1 per eentum per annum from lhe Ilth day of October, ISSS, until paid, besides Sheriff's
fees, poundage, nnd other expenses of thi-* execution, I have seized and will oiler for
sale by Auction, at the Court House, New Westminster, on
Thursday, the 27th day of June, next,
At 12o'clock, noon, nil lhe right, title and Interestof Ihe said W. II Brown, ns described In this advertisement, or sufficient thereof to satisfy tho Judgment dobt and
expenses In this ncllon, subject to a mnrti-agi- for 31.-)'0.00 and interest on the same at
0 per centum per annum from the 20th September, K-ss.
Now Westminster.
Lot 288, Group II, and Soutli
liulf IM 270, Group II.
Concise description of Properly
Agrliuiltm'l land
partly c I cured,,
with buildings
thereon.
Estate or Inl'st
against said lands on tho 0th day of October, 18*8. ^^^^
-w. j. ^*n"fc£3vrao*£TG-T shori-as.
dJelOtd West minster County,
Largest Prizes ever Given in
the Province for
FIREMEN'S CONTESTS,
ATHLETIC SPORTS,
Boat Racing,
Sailing    ^^__
CANOE RACES,
Cricket, Baseball & Lacrosse
BICYCLE RACES,
HORSE RACES
f'RASl) PARADE
Ot all lho Trade-1.,. Professions, Frlcndlv
Societies nnd National AfiBOdntlons will
com inence at li «!t:lork on the Ifitnf July,
nttheOlty Hudl, fn which will also participate represe-.natives of Hor Majesty's
Navy, und Army, viz: Tho Sailors and
Murines of En M. Warships, "C" Battery
B. C. (J. A., the Volunteers and Militia of
New Westminster. In this procession
will bo shown Mm capabilities nnd resources of oi-.r.Provlnce.
'•RAXIM.AI'L
In. the IMPERIAL Opera Home on
the JOvt-itliii* of Monti ay, the
First Day of Jul}*.
Fireworks ami Torchlight
Procession
In the Ilurlior on the evoning of July tho
iinrt (Tuesday), In which Her Majesty's
wnrslil|.'-.-,inj'lor the command of Admiral
Uenein-e, will assist, and which will bo
M10 grandest feature of this celebration,
mul the most brilliant display ever witnessed on tliis count.
CHEAP EXCURSIONS
Have been nirangort for from Victoria,
New Wesl nil ustcr, Nannlmo, Heattlo-Ta-
(•omn.I'nrt Townsend, Portland, nnd other
Hound ports, and from nil oointa of tlm
One of th* peculiarly mournful lit-1 ^lP"'"."»»™m "'"''"Wn-.oft.io
unies repeated on suoh occasions is {pS^SnT"" lmUmlm' Svedl",'°"i"'
-PI03MBSB
HARDWARE
tm'MjmnnMMs
ESTABLISHED 18'2.
JaSsCunningkin
COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, B. C.
IMPORTER OP
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Hope,
Faints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Ghinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTURER OP
m~JM SHEET-IRONWARE.
OONTRAOTB FOR
Iron Cornice Work, fltu-flMlag,
iiu-s-blBg, KOOflUtbclEC
I. W. S. R., Annual Meeting
THE ANNUAL GKNEUAL MEETING
of tho Shareholders of tho New Westminster Southern Railway Company will
be hold nt llielr oiitees.Ntw Westminster,
onTuesduv the Und davof .Inly, 1 *W»,at 3
o'clock p. in. T. .1. TKAIT.
djelltd Bocrciary.
Kindergarten School.
MI9S DRUMMOND WILL OI-rcNTlin
ahove fo- children from II yenrs ol
nge.June lOlh-l&HD.
Ti'iois--!-:! per mon)h.
Carnarvon Htreet.   directly opposite lho
I'roshvterlun   Church,   New Wi-simin*
ster, II. C. dJeHml
Licensing Board.
A. B-mril for tlio City of NewWcslmln-
slot will bo held ut tlio Cily Hnll nt 10
o'olook u. in. on
Thursday, June _"t, 1880,
for llie purposo of hearing und considering npplloutlons for liquor llcousos, of
which nil persons IntersBtcd will tuke
notico. D. ROBSON,
Clork or Ilonrd.
City Clerk's Offlce,
June ID, 188V. djclmd
C. E. WOODS
USD SlIBVEYOS.
. 0. CAMBLE
N-tmiy Publio.
'"
LAND SURVEYORS,
H	
AND CONVEYANCERS.
AGJ-BUST-rS  VOR
FHIH-—The Western of Toronto-The Ml-
mi, Tho City of London, and The Hurt*
ford.
LIFE.-Tho New York Life Insurance Co.
ACCIDBNT-The Travellers'o( Hartford
Land Surveying In nil Its branches oo*
curnlely and promptly carried out.
Oity and Suburban Landi for Sale*
We can show a completo lUt nf desirable
localities,
Farming Lands, Improved and uniin-
provo.i, throughout the dlslrlct.
Mining and other Stock bought and
aold.
Money to Loan on first mortgage at
low rates. 	
GRO
TBLKPnoN* Cam. No. 88.
P. O. DRAWJMt W.
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Canadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
A.
DesBRISAY, Cor.
da plot c
Columbia & Blackie Sts.
BUGGIES!     BUQQ1E8I
JUST RECEIVED,
A <JAIM<'H» ..V
Pell, Rice Coil-spring sMcLaughlan
MM MJ MS- dELrMMSMm
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
•gST The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia."^)
DFLei-d. dte -0*Li*rrie-,
dwapfitc
'Toronto' Mowers
Maxwell Mowers
The Little Maxwell
Binders.
MAOHIFBET.
F.C. Strickland & Co.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Planet, jr., Garden Tools,
Lawn Slow ers, Ac.
Tiger   Rake.
Sharp's Do.
Maxwell Do.
&c.
BRITISH COLUMBIA MEAT MARKET,
Ooluinblu Street, New Westiniiislor.
VAN  VOLKENBURQH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PURVEYORS IN GENERAL. FRESH AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
WSpwiial lines quoted for tlio shipping trado.   Family ordors strictly attended
Hotels will find it to their intorost to plnce their orders with the above firm.
dSSnoly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN -sTrEICHENBACH,
IHUOOESBOnS TO W. B. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hums, Bacon, Sausage, BologntiH. Etc
dtintyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
Tim Oolumiiian FliiNTINO Estabmbiimbnt has (irst-clnss facilities for
all kinds of Commercial Printing.   Bill Heads Letter Headi. Circulars,
WOODS,TDBNIR10AMBIK,    | Cardi, Envelopes, Blank Forms of evory description, Posters, Dodgers,
Orrui, Ilusb'S Buns,   •   Obiihiih Stiiet i Price Lists, dVo.   Prices will be found as low as at any other offlcn where
Bnt-olau vork is done,
NEW WESTMINSTEB.
o-mli-.to
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES & RANGES!
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
Intending Buyers should make a, note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
dwnolyl
THIS BPACE BELONGS TO
H. T. READ & CO
HARDWARE MEllOHANTP.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
-sxoiaBsajEt-s- ■__j_.txt,      -      -      ___j_.xtJ__.&mm,. _
-_Z--.2_"_TZ6'_&.0-2:-_TZt_BBB   OB
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY
AGltlCVLTIIRAL Si ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.—All orders from the upper country promptly attended to.
UwnollliG
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, Sew Vf'&tMliistor.
lenG
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS-
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS ail Irinilsof Woolen Ho
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
1
*J3y- The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manu- j
facturcs of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home j
Industry. dml*30tc   -j
Douglas & Deighton,
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF
HARNESS SADDLES and BRIDLES
SADDLEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, B. C.
SEND IN YOUR ORDEHS.   ALL WORK OP THE REST MATERIAL AND
WORKMANSHIP.   PRICES LOW.
noldwly
ROYAL CITY
*
Planing Ills Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MANUFACTURER!* AND UBAI.KR9 IN
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets, I
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
A.XTS _____ kxxt-os OIP
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows*
Mouldings. Balusters.
Blinds. Brackets,
-  Ralltmrs, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolMwlr r
■"J****™
VQLU1JE VI.-NO. ISO.
DAILY.BBW1ISH OOLUMBIAN, HEW WMWNOTE11, B, a,.J0NB 26, 1889.
THE  DESERTED  VILLAGE,
Or Goldsmith Improved.
3ur vIUorc wns the boomiUGCSt rip-roaring
pluce you over Bawn,
An alder swamp iu Uilrty days would grow into
a public luwn,
.Scrub pastures grow to publio parlto, aod frog
ponds Into trim front yards,
■ Au' fox trails into public streets, an' cow paths
into boolevards I
Wo hud a libr'y on' high skulo, tu letter carriers for tlio mail,
Four churches with four choir rows, tu lawyers
nn' a bang-up Jail,
Tu editors who lit ia stylo no Now York editor could beat,
Ouo had " a vile an' scurrilous rag," on' ono " a
low au' moaBly sheet."
" What mndo the town dlo outt" yrm aslc.  It
was tlio strangest thing, I swoar,
Smith's dog chased Ebon Johnson's cat nn'
that's the wholo o( tho nltalr.
An1 Johnson said Smith sot him on, and Smith
said Johnson waB a liar,
So Johnson sot the flama agoia1, uu' Smith
poured Uo upon tho flro,   r
Then Mra, Smith ported up her hobo at Mrs.
Johnson in tbo stroet,
Tho littlo Johnsonsos an' Smiths wouldn't
speak ut all If thoy should moot;
Tho sewing circle tbon took sides an' soon
broko up in wordy fights,
. For part took sides with Mrs. Smith an' part
wore Johnsonltcs.
Tho troublo got Into tho church, an' thon, in*
stld o' pralso an' prayor,
Tho pastor got his fingers mixed in Deacon
Poleg Putnam's hair;
Tho prayer meet in' broko up in noise; next day
tbo minister resigned,
An' Deacon Putnam bo wont roan, wltb one
eye blank an' tother blindl
Young SmitbltOB cour tin1 Johnsonltcs lirolto off
with thoir purspootlvo brldos,
An' soon thero was tu lunatics an' then threo
BUleldos;
Tbon half tho young men movod from town, na'
soon woro followed by tholr pals,
For what Is lifo hut jest a boro to bright young
men without no gals I
Folks movod nwny, tho storos failed up, tbo
bottom dropped out of tho boom,
.The bank it busted, an' wo thought next thing
we'd hoar tho crack of'doom.
An' now tho grass grows in our streets, an1 the
wholo boom has fallen flat;
But Johnson's cat an' Smith's old dog aro doln'
woll an' growin'fatl
—8. W. Pom, in Yankee Blade.
A  PRAIRIE-DOG  STORY.
Deplnrablo ICosutU of an Effort to Tame
Theso Peculiar Creatures.
11 Did you evor sec a prairie-dog?" asked
a countryman of the Chicago Mall, -
"Only thoao in tho park. "Why!"
"Well, I was just thinking of a boyhood
scene iu which tho cunning littlo prairio*
I dog was a very prominent iigure.
" Whon I wast a littlo boy my father
moved from Hoosiordom over upon a broad
and blooming pniirio in Illinois. Thnt prairio, stretching an far as tho oyo could seo
I to tho uorth and west, was ono vast garden
Df flowers from April to November. There
must have been a hundred varieties of wild
b blooming plants, ranging from tho lowly
"itrawberry, with its whito blossoms, to tho
"*audy, flamboyant wild marigold, whoso
1'iental splendors gave vivid color to miles
,nd miles of undulating plain.
'• But this by tho way. I started to speak
•__bt tho prairie-dogs. Tho flowers wero
icovcoly moro numerous than they. You
might rido for miles along a path flunkedon
altlior sido by their villages, which woro
' icldom moro than a few rods apart. These
■illugcs, always on some littlo knoll, woro
lopulous. Tho horseman who approached
mo of them would see a sentinel sitting
'avoly motionless at the door of ovory bur-
w. Ono could scarcoly tell theso sentries
Irom bits of wood, so still and straight woro
hoy, so much n part in scorning of tho
;reat, silent landscape.
•' But oven if thoro was a case of* now you
|iee itand now you don't,' thoso littlo sen-
'nol prairio dogs offer tho traveler a strlk*
ijr example. Ho scos thom thoro as silent
.nd impressive as tho sentries of Pompeii,
indwoudoi's what thoy will do when ho
•els closor. Ho keeps bis cyo fixed on two
>r throo of them and unconsciously checks
lis horse, so that tho clatter of hoofs may
lot startle them. He is within fifty, thirty,
.wentv paces, whon—lol tho sentriOB aro
j'onol Ho has not seen them go. Tho earth
jias swallowed them. Ho rubs his eyes aud
'ides on,wondering if it were all an illusion.
Io looks back to assure himsolf, when—lo I
■ho sentries are thero—as still and statu-
jsquo as beforo.
Ono timo my father trapped four or flvo
if them. I don't know how ho managed it;
'vo forgotton that. I think thoy must havo
loon young and foolish, liko baby rats
vhich venture where thoir pa and ma would
lovor go. My father brought thom home,
ind wo children hugged ourselvos in do-
ight as wo fancied thom as pretty pots liko
iquirrols or white rabbits. A cage was
luicklyflttodup; tho captives woro placed
a it nnd surrounded by all tho dainties which
vo fancied could tempt them to forget their
aptivity. Our parents kept us away from tho
!ago,as thollttle strangers rogardodus with
i terror which thoy did not attempt to conical. But we wont to place moro food before thom tho noxt morning. Tlio food previously provided had uot boen touched. Tho
ittlo prisoners sat wearily on their hauuehen
tho dark extremity of their cell. Childish
lurioslty was repressed till tho aecond
aorning, when tho cago was again visited.
?ho captives Bat in tho same position, and
io morsel of the varied bill of fare with
■hicii wo had dosigned to tempt thom had
toon touched. Tho water was uiulimin-
shed in tho bowl. Another day passed, tho
hirdmorningcamo, and wo ran out to see
>ur pots. Tho sight that mot our oyos I
ihall nover forgot. In thoir hunger and
lospair the poor captives had catou their
iwu feot. Tho bloody stumps wero a sad
uid sickening reproof of our cruelty in deriving tho children of the prairio of thoii*
viltl, swoet liberty. Wo felt It, children as
wo woro, and silently, almost in tears wo
'petied the prison door and slipped away to
give tho captives opportunity to cscapo.
But It was too lato. With thoir foot gnawed
5ff up almost to tholr littlo bodies,
could scarcely moro than drag themselves
out, aud creep away into tho grass, whoro
thoy aoon after died.'-	
PUGGIE'S TOOTH-BRUSH.
Luxurious Habits of tho Pampered Lap*
Dogs of Society Women.
There is moro to tbo pug-dog habit than
appears to thoso who simply observe tho
luxurious habitsof tho littlo animals as they
aro borne about ou tho laps of adorning mistresses. A six-months-old-baby can not be
compared to thom.
A girl who novor owned any pugs, but
who had a great liking for thorn, offered
to tako chargo ef ono belonging to a
friend who was about to go on a journoy
whoro she could not tako hor pet, says Clara
Belle in tho Chicago Tribune, Tho offer was
gladly accepted, and tho next day an oxproas
wagon came with a big packing box containing tho effects of dear puggie.
Thoro was a ratun basket for him to sleep
ln, a bath-tub, sponge and towels with his
namo embroidered on thorn, and a cake of
puro castilo soap on a silver dish; an Ivory
comb aud brush, beautifully hand-palntcd;
a decorated plato for his food, and a bowl
for milk or wator; soveral pounds of dog-
biscuit in a beautiful fancy box and a bonbon basket filled with confections to be
given ono after each meal for desert; a caso
of homoeopathic medicines for use should ho
betaken til; a blanket for his basket and
another flnoly-embrolderod ono to cover
him v/itb, and thero woro two sots of those,
that thoy might bo washed and renewed
oach week; then.thoro was a blanket coat
for him to run out of doors with and a thinner ono for tho mildest days; a blanket to
wrap him in after his bath and ono as an extra covor on cold nights; a littlo harness to
put on when ho should go out to walk, and
chalnB of gold and silver; threo or four collars and a dozon or so of different colored
bows for his nook; a silver whistlo to call
htm If ho Bhould stray; a ball for him to
play with, and an embroidered hair pillow
for him to ourl up on ln tho day-time.
"I havo not sent his oxorclso box or his
tooth brush," tho friond wrote at tho end of
along letter of instructions; "please buy
him a soft ono and uso it every morning.
Tho oxorelso box I was afraid would be in
tbo way, and as you aro always welt I
know you wiU tako him out to walk ovory
It Makes
You Hungry
•'I have used Pome's Celery Compound and il
has had a salut&rj
effect. It invigorated tbe system mid)
feel like a new
man. It improver:
tho appetite and
w facilitates dlges*
\»tton." j.t. Corfr
lasp, Primus. S. 0.
Spring medicine means morenow-a-anys tlian tt
did ten years ago. The wlntcrof ibss-S9 kaslofl
the nerves oil fttggti <■■"• 'rhB nerveB m,lst **
strengthened, tbo blood purtflcil, liver and
bowels regulated. Palne's Celery Compound-
the Spring medicine of today-dees all tbls,
as nothing elso can. Prescribed by Phydeians,
Rmmmendtd by Druggists, Eiulorted by Ministers,
Guaranteed by the Manufacturers to be
The Best
Spring Medicine.
«ln tbosprlngof 15811 was all run down, 1
would got up ln tho morning with so tired a
teellng, andwossoweakthatlcouldbardlyget
around. I bought a bottlo of Palne'sCelery Compound, and before I had taken It a week I felt
very much bettor. I can cheelully recommend
It to all wbo need a building up and strengthen*
lug medicine." mB. A. Dow, Burlington, Vt»
Palne's
Celery Compound
ts a unique tonic and appetizer, Fleoiant te
Lhe taste, quick in its action, aad without any
(nlurlo-iB effect, it gives that rugged health
which makes everything taste good. It euro
lyapepBla and Undred disorders, physicians
prescribe It. $i.oo. Six for $5.oo. Drugglsta.
WBU&ItlCHABDSOHftOO.,    .   MOXtBllb.
wm ores ataruSsSs
UCTATEO F00Ox^_tSS^A
WANTED.
Fouror five aoon stonemasons.
Apply to ACKERMAN BROS.,
djolSto New Westminster.
Notice to Cannerymen
THOS. LEVI'S CAN-FILLINC PROTECTOR
AY liE OBTAINED ON APPLICA-
tlon lo E. 8. SCOIIMMU _ t'O.
Any person or porsons fount! uslngthem
Without the patent stamp will be prose-
oated. THOS. LEVI.
Now West, 27U- May, 1880.      iltnySTml
M
Rose Hill DairyFarm
FRESH MILK
Delivered Dnily to Customers In ull pnrls
nf tho City.
Hotels nnd Restaurants supplied nt Bpe*
emulates by tlio year,
FRESH ECCS
Delivered at Market Hates.
Ordors left at M. SiNCi.Aiu's will bo
promptly attended lo.
WEAVER & WOODWARD,
djclSyl Proprietors.
BAZAAR
The Sisters of St. Ann's Convent will
bold a Dfli-unrof
FANCY & USEFUL ARTICLES
 ATTIIIS	
•DlULiL shed
--on	
June 25,26 & 27.
REFRESHMENTS ol all Itimls will 1)0
served, commencing at noon on eaeh
day. dJolEld
onrfri&loW
MERCHANT TAILORS,
WISH TO INFORM TIIE PEOPLE of
New Westminster that thoy hnvo
ru-o-'onoil (ho store lately occupied by
Mcssr*. Wood.*-, Turner A Gamble, mid
are now prepared to oxecuto nl) orders for
TAILOEING
A flue line uf Cloths Jiint received.
consisting of all the 1-nleat Designs from Europe nn Marfan
MU..T.A,MoDOUGALIiWlll ullond Io
the cutting, uud In it practical maubatllu
of twolvo yours* experience in the United
Hlntes; nlso two yoars ns foreman for
Messrs. Gregg & sou, of Victorin,
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Colimbia Street, Opposite Bank of Montreal
new westminster,
 .dlelUmll	
M.A.McRAE
merchant I ntlor
BEAUTIFUL RANGE OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Btrlpod and Check
SUSWilSDMOJiTDIBS
for spuing and summer.
Opp. Colonial Hotel
Columbia St.,   -  New Wkstminsteii,
dwmli28ta
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE   BARGAINS
—IS—
Suits tt Pants
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
Wo nro selling Die best of
EiiKltsli. Scotch & French tioodtt
At pricei awny down Cheaper thnu
Ever,
Call ami examine and wo are nntlsfli-d
that you will buy before you loavo (lie
store. |   '
AH work guaranteed.
dmhlyl
asroTiCE-
DUIUNG MY ABSENCE FROM THE
oily Mr. Newton A. White will huvo
charge of my uuslness, and has nulhuilty
lo collect find discharge all accounts In
conncetfoil therewith,etc.
8. H.WEBB.
No*** Westminster-, Jnne 0,1880.    djcflm2
FLAG  MISSING.
A'
alive
LARGE UNION-JACK HOimoWKD
„ from ih-* MerchunIs* Hotel fordecor-
...Jve purposes on tlie ocuiiston ot Ibe citizen'!* bull to i.leiii.-Governor Nelson In
Herring's Open! House, over a year ago,
has never lie-n returned. Tlio party In
possession ot Mils Hag will confer u lusting
favor by delivering the slime without
delay at tlio above-named hotel,   dje2lwl
TO ARCHITECTS.
TJLA.NS AND SPECIFICATIONS WILL
Jr be received by the undersigned for
Hie buildings to bo erected for tho provlnciul exhibition on Queen's park. Nine
and class of buildings required und all
other particulars cun bo obtained on
application to
TWOS. CUNNINGHAM,
Chairman l'urk Committee.
Westminster; June 17,18S0.       djolTtc
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
QAWMILL OWNERS, LOGGERS, and
P others nro not I tied thnt our steel
Tug-boat,
"TBPIO,"
Will ho reudy for work ubout lho Uth Inst.,
aud wo are prepared to enter Into contracts for all  kinds of towing, lightering, de.
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
tlmyStc Vancouver, B. O.
W. 0. LOYE,
[Vork n Specialty
-arorders promptly attended lo.
Clarkson St., in 1'enrot Oolonlul Hold, next to ltiunl Bros,' oilice.  dnplte
W talnsitta Ural.
[Removed fiom Saanich to Viotoria]
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
drohSOmO VICTORIA, a 0.
THE WESTMINSTER,
Poultry Yards
JOHN S. OOX, Prop.
Light llraltmns,
Partridge Coolihlns,
1^   Plymouth Hocks,
rfWtaltc face Bl'k Sptml-.li
White Cr-pstell, Black   nml Golden
I'n I mills.
Ilouilann      81 Ivcr-penctiled   ltam-
bitrira.
Black, Red ami Pitt Games.
Toulonse Geese.     Itouen Ducks.
SERVICEBULL
THIS ItEOHTEREB PEDIGREE HOL-
STEIN BUI.l,,
Gugertha Prince 5,
Will stand for sorvico this season at D.
McPhndeti-8 Garden, Edinburgh slreet.
Terms reasonable.
Milch Cows for Sale.
Kum Hin a,
Manager.
1>. MePHADEN,
Proprietor.
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
KSTAI'.I.lKlll-K IK*.
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Manufuetlirers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment  to Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, the Dominion Government, Ae.
Medal nnd Diploma awarded at tbo Colonial and Indian Exhibition, London, 1886.
KACTOItY-NlugnruHt., James Bny.
OFFICES-57 Fort St., Victoria, 11. C.
diipHmll
Port Kells
This Fine Townsite, nt the Fresh-Water
Junction of tlie
Southern Railw'y
13 Miles Above Wmhiihi-Ker.
Has pint been Surveyed, ami the Lots
are for sale by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
 AS I)	
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Of New Westminster, B, C.
DRESS MAKING
At SUSS .HJNNIS'sS',
(LATK OF El-IlLA-**'))
Corner of Churoh nud Columbia HtreeW,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
•»*rtntlBfaction guaranteed,     dwfevto
The advantages and prospects of this
Plot for a future thriving Town aro
many.
The Lnnd In the vicinity is good.
Thero are inexhaustible IRON ORB
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality-, itnme*
diately adjacent, an woll na vnst strata of
tho finest BUILDINO SAND and POT-
TBRY CLAY.
On tlio Townsito are a number of valuable MINKRAL SPRINGS.
Communication by land and water is
unequalled, by reason of the location of
the TownBite on tho Fraser River and
tho Southern Railway, whilo the natural
elevation and lay ef tho land can not bo
excelled an a situation for a fine town.
The ground Is open nud clenr of heavy
timber.
Tho site has beon selected as oue of
the most Important siatio b on tlio
Southern Rnilwiiy, nnd with the completion of tho road, in tho nenr future,
must, with nil its other advantages,
spring into prominence at once,
Those who apply early will havo the
pick ol the Lots.
A clear title given with ovory pur-
chase.
Parties wishing Lots can apply as woll,
on the premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
dmyltts Pson-wro-i.
Dress-Making I
Misses mcdougall
COLUMBIA   STREKT,
New Westminster, B. C.
«T8ati»lnetlon uunnuitoeil.       uapiaU1
Wa. 1 Bashwooi-Jous
FRESH GAUFOnWA AHD LOCAL
Fruits &Vegetahles
ALWAYS ON HAND.
To Contractors A Carpenters
rpENDERS WILI- BE RECEIVED BY
I tho unden-lgUiV *u> to noon of SATURDAY, Wili ImhI.. for tho dividing of
Herrlng'a -'peril House into" tenements',
und other work. Plan*' and specifications
onn bo seen at my eiflec, Mary Htreet.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
nccepted.
G. W. GRANT.
New Westminster, June 7,188H.     dje7td
VANCOUVER CITY
FoundryiMachineWorks
W. R. AUSTIN'S
rpHE PROPRIETORS OK THESE
1 works have much pleasure in notifying their friends and the public that tbey
are now prepared to receive and promptly
execute any orden* for work In their line
With whleh they may bo favored.
A. IHcKELVIE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, B.C., 8th May, 1888.
dwmyl2te
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
djc21to
Service Bui
THE THOROUGH-BRED ST0KE-P0GI8
JBRSglf BULL,
"Governor Moody"
Will ntand for service this season nt Pelham Dairy, Kew Westminster, whero tlio
beautiful net of this superb unlmul can be
seen nud Inspected.
A few calves for Kale.  Terms reasonable. ,
T. CUNNINGHAM,
Ralph.Booth, Proprietor.
Manager, dmy2ito
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANC^U'TUt-KltS   01*
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON
•W-.A.3-*; "El.
websti-.n'k block (up-stairs),
Fkoht Street,      New Westminster,
HAVING JUST OPENED IN THE
nbovo line, wo respeuifully solicit a
share of tho trade, nnd trust bycarelul
attention to orders and moderate charges
to merit tlio samo. Experienced workmen; satisfaction --imvaniced.
Est! rani us furnished for Galvanized Iron
Cornice, Rooflng, Plumblnif, Uns-flUlng,
Steam und Hot Walei- Healing, Ac.
uarEnlraueo to premises nnMurvM.,
In rear of Banlt of B. C. dwmbOle
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
[CIGAR, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LSON
HENRY LEE,
rTliey ure not only made
of llie
Choicest ToIhk-co lint they are of
Home SIstiinfllCtlll'C, and should be
•mtronized Ijy all good citizens.
Wr-1. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,;
UOLUROOK nillLDINC,
COLOMBIA STIIEET,        HEW WESTMIHSTEH.
,lui7nf,ly
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS,
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRY OOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE  LOWEST  PRICES,
LUNDBOHM'S BLOOK,
Coliimltlit Street,       New 'TcMnilnster.
noldwly
Hoti&e to Contractor
QEAI.ED TENDERS WILL BeW-
O ceived by tho Hon. Chief Coutnils-
Bionerof Lands nnd Works up to noon of
Wednesday, lOtti July; for addition! nnd
alterations to tbo Provinelnj Insane Asylum, at Now Westminster.
Eaeh lender must bo nooompntllou by
nn nccepted bank clicrjiio for a sum c'-iml
to fivo per oont, of the amount of ihe tender- mndo payable to Hie Hon. Chief Om*
mis-donor of Lands nnd Works. In tbe
event of n contract- being lot thn cbeipic
will lm retulnod ns part security fir ine
due performance of tho work. Thcc'ieijue
will bo returned lo unsuccessful OOWpe?
tllora, but will bo forfeited by tiny bl«li;r
who mny decline to execute u enntra'tlf
called upou lo do so.
Plnnsnntlspecllleat ions enn bosootnu'l
forms for tender obtained at tbo Qffcoql
Geo. W. Grant, Esq., Anrhllc«-t,Tflow(Fcst*
mlusler, or at the ottleo of tho rtidor-
SlKIICd,
The lowest or nny -endor not necf-i-nruy
accepted. ;
W. 8. GORE,   I
Siirveyor«<euernl.
Lands r-nd Work** Depnrtment, :
VIotorin.lH!., imh.Ium*,<Sl).
IBfedilw
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
CARTER'S
Temple of Music!
Is the Placo to Buy First-Class
PIANOS ^D ORGANS
At sueh Trices and Terms ns will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer,
For urlees and lerms, npply lo CAR-
TKIl'H TEMFLIS OF MUSIC.
Vnncoiivcr, II. C.
230IIa«lli,ssSI. Wesl. dnpllKc
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANOPAeTUllERS  OP
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
^ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
JllllS nt Serin Siinnlrli.
OFFICE * WAREHOUSE: Tlclorta,
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
Ac,      At.,     Ac.
LEAVE ORDERS AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dmy2»ie
J. W. WINGER
niUI.BR IN
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
Dono on Short Notico and at Reasonable Terms,
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Kioek.
Orders left at tho C. P, N. Wharf will be
promptly delivered. dinhSOto
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
Fisb s Game Dealer?
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT ft SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses * Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
T Highest Price paid for Furs and
Dear Hides.
Correspondence invited.   «s.Tc!ephono
Call No. (1. djiiSlo
ff.L
oitS
330.332 CORDOVA STREET,
VANCOUVEK.B.C.
Importers antl Dealers in
MACHINERY
OP ALL DESC1UTIONS.
MARINE WOrTa SPECIALTY.
 . dwdeBOlfi
Pacifl
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MABTbltA OP VES-
selsnnd other Craft navigating the
Fraser River are cautioned to keep within
the Buoys painted Red and White, respectively, nt the Mltjslon'BHdge, as during Iho construction of tho Bridge, navl-
gallon between the banks of the River
ami ilio Buoys is dangerous, owing to piles
being driven there
H. ARB'-TT.
General Superintendent.
Vancouver, B. C, 7th May, 1880.  dmyfllc
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS IIEUKBY GIVEN THAT
i)0dnys after dnif! wo intend making
application to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a lease for timbering purposes of Ihe following described
landi-, situated lu Snywurd Dis-rlci, Vnn-
cou vor. Island:
Commencing at a stake placed on the
west shore of n small lake duo south of
Lot 5", Hiis'will'd DlslrloU about one milo
from smith end of snitl lake; tuoneo west
H20 cbaiiis. thenee south -100 ehalns, Ihenoe
cast 5(10 chains, t lionet- north 780 chains,
thence west. I'L-O chains, thonce south 210
chains, thenco cast uo obalns, more or
less, to tbe above-mentioned take, thenoe
meandering nio- it sboro of said lako to
place of commencement,—containing about P-O-OGO- acres, more or less.
Royal Citv Planing Mills co. Ld.
JmiN llENimv. Manager.
New Westminster, Juno 10,1880.
dlljelm	
-T*HlI3-
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWAitT I? CASH, FROIMtlETORS
J. J. WILSON,  - MANACER.
Rates, $1,00 and $1.50 per Day,
ACCORDIKO TO ROOK.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OR MONTH,
liar Parties supplied will; all ktiMs of
ICE-CREAM. dms'-mll
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot of Douglas Street, Neab
Columbia Street.
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
FRESH   BREAD,   CAKES,  PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc, etc.
Hotel and Restaurant trade solicited,
All orders promptly attended lo and
delivered to nny part of tbe city,  d mhSSy
■111
Cor. Columbia and Church Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or Granite of Rest Quality.
CORNER    POSTS    AND    CURBING.
N. B.—Just recelved—tho linest assortment of Scotch CirnnllfiMnnnnifi'l-tever
seen n BrltlBh Columbia, which will be
sold, ut prleos putting competition outof
the question.
dwmh2iyl ALEX HAMILTOH' PfiOP.
Royal OolraiMan Hospital,
rilENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
1    tlie undersigned null! ll o'clock p. m,
SATURDAY, 2!ilh June, for supplying
the Ho pit nl from 1st July, 1880, to June
30th, 18D0, with iho following articles:
BREAD, brown & white.
•BEER MUTTON.
FISH, fresh. MILK, per g:ii.
COAL, Wellington, screened,
WOOD, pine, live.     THA, per lb.
COFFEE, per lb.       PICK, per Ih.
SUGAR, per lb. BROOMS, per doi*.
SOAP, 11. C, per lb.   COAL OIL.
OATMEAL, I5.C per lb.
BUTTER, per lb„ best in market.
EUiis, per doz.
BLANKETS H-pt.) white", per pair.
FUNERALS; '
DRUGS, detailed lists of which enn be obtained ou application at the hnsj'|ta|,
Nolthcr  the  lowest nor   any   lender
necessarily accepted.
Samples of tea, coltee, rloej snap and
brooms obtained on   application io the
Steward at tbo hospital.
T..o sureties of SN 0 each will require lo
accompany oach tender.
[Signed], W. II. KEARY,
Hon. Sre,
Now West., Juno H, 1880.        dJ&lSld
FIEE
INSURANCE
OOMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1609.
Capital,    -   $15,00<M100.0<
Subscribed Capital!, as at .list 11 e., UH,
113,500,000.   Fire Fund and Reserve,!,*
213,7!"0.  Net Premiums, isss, sr,,;iiii,fi:».
Dominion Lands.
Jfcf" YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
Pro-cmption or fur rent of MinliiKor
razing Lund, or buying Form, Mining
or any land from tho Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
 .     and save a
large discount.
Sorlp can bo obtained In large or small
qiianj-ltlesfrnm
ALLOWAV & CHAMPION
B__2ST2_BBB,
WINNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
OK  PROM
THK BASK OF BRITISH C0MIMBIA,
NKW WESTMINSTER
OF  LONDON.
Capital*    ■    $9,733,000.00
1UTEH  AS    LOW   AH   ANY  OTHEI
COMPANIES I10INO BUSINESS
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
T. C3r. T^QTTES
Agent for Now Westminster Oity
and Distriot. d|«»
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Ne»r!r Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
IHE  LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam.
If lea, Restaurants, and Steamboat! at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
TIME    CARD.
O. E».   Iff. OO.
Tbe Fine First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Leavo the O. P. N. Co.'s Wlinrf,
HTUBY
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK ANO WAY PORTS.
Returning Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufllcieiit Inducement    tiers sbe
will proceed to HOPE nnd or. sndi
occasions will leave her wharf
at-in. in.
Connecting wllb thoC. r.N.Uo.-sSteamer
for Victoria.
.J"HN IRVING, Manager.
T. L, SMOGS, Anent,
New Westminster. dap3te
^s REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to sec the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwtc ■ si  Ool-a.-ao.lsia Stxeert.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'B BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
, Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,   Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, r&c.
aMCXtZO-'S     -&C    BOYS'     SUITS.
Great Variety of Household Articles,   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
If. B.—Farm Produce bought nt market rates or sold on commission,  leLOrden
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. dwJoBtc
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAND & INVESTMENT A&ENCY, Li
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE,- 15 Serjeants Inn Fleel St. -LONDON, ENG.
The Business of ALLSOP k MASON has been merged in the abovo Company
and will be carried on by the Company from this date aa a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agcu iy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage nt Low Rates. Town Lota ond Farming
Lands for Salo on easy terms.
Victoria a 0.i Mny 10thv 1887. dwje7tc
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"Csulorlais io well adapted to children that I Cuterto cures Oolle, OaMtlpfttlon,
liix;ommendHaaBUpi3riortoMiyi)ri*--^iDUoa I Sow Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation.
tasniKm-     l__Zt__-_-l!___\^"Itmt^ _*»*_* mitstmtmi*
Tbe Carrum Coupjunr, 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
Time Table!
__^_JA 'rHE STEAMER
^iff'tOBERTBUNSMUIR
LRAVES WBKTMIVai'RU ovory Mnn-
ilny inoriiliiK nt 7 o'clock for Nnnnl*
mo, vln Vancouvor, returning Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
I.oav08 Westminster every Wodncmlny
nt7n. in. for Nanaimo direct, '-annealing
wll.li Island rallwny nud Comox steunicr.
Lonves Nanaimo for Vancouver on
Thursdays and Fridays and returns samo
days.
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOIt SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
Fl
Rice Meal,
FOR rOULTRY, 4c.
FOR OATTLE FEED.
dmhUGmO
TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL PE PE
r-elvod by the Honourable Chief Commissioner of Lands und Works, up to
noon of Wednesday, 10th Julv next, from
persons experienced in well drilling wbo
may be desirous or undertaking contracts
from the Government f6r Sinking ono or
more experimental Artesian Wells In
Yale District, B. C, wlih a view to determining their value for purposes of Irrigation.
1'roposnls munt stnto clearly all conditions and terms, stntc the kind of apparatus proposed to bo used, and glvo tbe
mime of two responsible rcsideiils of tbo
rrovincewlio an- willing to enter Into n
bond to secure the faithful carrying out of
any contract whleh may bo entered lulo
Much Information nn may be in posscR-
Kion of lho Lnnds and Works Department
will be furnished on application to parties
pnii.osiin* to contract.
W. 8.  GOltE,
Surv.yor-General,
I.aiiilH A Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., lOtb June, 1880.  dJol7ld
iiailrair
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE  SUBSCRIBERS  ARE  NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Special Low Hates.
Drijis*; ni All M of \i_v_i
Done at Shortest Notice.
Dry CardMooi) del 1 vored to any pari of
the City.
Orders by Telephone will recelvoprompt
attention.
•watnbles nearly opposite C. P. K. Depot, Columbia St., NewWestminster.
djalhc      QILLEY BROS. Vttove.
Feed, IAveiy s Sale
SI All LIS
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
PBOFBIBXOB.
GOOD DHIVING A RIDING HOR8E8
for Hire. Hacks call at. nil Steamers
and Trains. Special attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may bo left at the Office of Mathers A Mllllgan,Commission Merchants,
Front Street, Now Weal,
•uro-ricB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 havo applied to the Honourable
>i I n 1st er of the interior for n license to eut
timber on the fo lowing described Dominion lauds In New West minster District,
British Columbia, according to the Provincial Government survey:
South-enst H Section 23, south-oust K
Section 2ti, nortii half and south-westM
Section £-1, In Township if), nnd Sections
20 and SO, In Township 29.
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
New West,, 7t.li March, 18S0. dje5ml
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
I Old Broad St. and 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock-
Ships in Port, Harbor or Hook, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships build-
inc and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on hoard euch Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE BT F1RK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
-61,600,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and evory information oan be obtained on application 11
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agent for New Weitmimter.
To k Francisco, Cal,
BY WAY OF THE
"CUV TH.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QUIOKERINTIMETHANANYOTHEB   ,
ROUTE BETWEEN
lit Westminstor Urn Francisco. '
OR-HD SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC COMT
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS        '
For Accommodation of Second-Class Pu* '
scnuers, attached to Express Trains.      ■
Faro from Portland to Sacramento and
San Francisco—Unlimited, 125: First-
elnss (Limited), 120; Bccond-ol.., tu-   '■
mltodl, IIS. '
Tl IHOUOH TICKETS lo all polnU South
nnd East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES:
Citv office, No. 1S< Cor, First A Ald.r
SlH'ClSj
Depot Office, Cor. F A Front Street.]
Portland, Oregon.
R. KOEHI.ER,       E. P. tfOGBRS,
Manager.      AsslQt F. * P. A<|t daily aawiBH aoOTMBiAH, KEW warptiHtttsB, a a, jpsb u, laat,
vQuan* vi.-»Ka ua.
"faUB $ritish 'Ctolambian
Wednesday Evening. Jnne 28, 1889.
ADVUniMO RATES FOR THE DAILY.
TransleotA-lveHlienients.—Firstiuser-
tinn, lo cts. per lino solid nonpareil; ench
KiiiiHL-fiiicnl consecutive Insertion, Sets, por
line, Advertisements not inserted every
day-first insertion, 10 cts. per line; subsequent insertions, 5 cts. per line.
HinmliDB AdwrtiseniMis-.—Professional or Business OardB-tf per month. Bpe-
.-.iiit rates for general trade aavertlsinff,
;u'i-»rdlnK to space occupied and duration
of contract. ■ ■,,      ,   ,        ,
in, iton sales, wheadisplayed,oharged
•25 ner ooilU less than transient advta, If
wiiiii oharged at regular transient rates.
•im-finl NoIIcm among reading matter,
'.II 1.1*. per line each Insertion. Hpeciuls
lii-jf-rt-Hi by the montli nt reduced rates.
Blrthfl.MarrlagOBaud Deaths,!! for euch
in-.eri.iini; I-'nueral Notices In uounectlun
wltb deallis,SOcls, each Insertion.
WEEKLY AOVERTISIKO RATES.
TruBHlPiitAdvertlsemenls.-Klrst Insertion, in <-ls. per Hue solid nonpareil; subsequent lnsertIons,7cls. per lino.
giaiidlnaAtf "*»«»«»£"•—Professional or BuBlnesa Oards-81.60 per month.
Hpeclal rates forgeneral trade advertising.
■Hiwcia I Notices, Births, Marriages and
Deaths*,.■"•f nio rntea as Dally.
ita^andforlargeeutfl
ful*.
it v.111 be clu
ml v ci i It-ci u cnis
hll-ml'il "Iju un*-. fill in -slulo wln-Hirr thoy
nre ii»ii|ipt*:ir m 11..' imily Kdlll'.u,»r lho
Weekly, or l;ulIt. A li!.na re-mrtlon is
mode when ln.-vrt.-d in iic.iii.P-oi.ii-.ei-
tlHCmoutlnsei'teil fur |e"s thall 81.
SUBBCBIBERS
Who do not reoolvo their paper I'ogularly.
from llie Carrier,! or  thniUBh   He 1-.--1
Olllco, will I'uiifera f:ivm- i.y n-f.m-iiu,- hie
samo to the office of publication at onco.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS ftAY.
Tlio fulinoii cittch Inst night was
fair.
Strawberries and Cream, Ice-cream,
eto., at tbo "Club."
All tho fnshiouablo iced boveracoa, ttt
tho '•Hub," next the "Queen's."   *
Russell's RoEtiuu-iiut, opposito tlio
Amorionn Hotel, open day and
night. »tim8»
Tho str. Gladys left fur up-river
ports thia morning with freight and
passengers.
Tho str. Rainbow loft for Victoria
this morning with a full load of freight
and 20 passengers.
200 lots on tho Thome road, from
SG5 upwards ut §10 per month.— W.
Roidt, Front street, *
To Building Society members six
weeks in ui-reara: What's the mattor
with the fine notice 1 *
The str. Dunsinnir left for Nnnaimo
to-day with 15 passengers, 20 tons of
merchandise mid 20 head of cuttle.
The r-uartcrly meeting of tho Hyaok
Firo Co. No. 1 will tako placo at*the
Hyack Hall tlm evening at 8 o'clock.
Tho closing examination of tho
New Wostminstor high school tako
place on Friday next beginning at 1:30
p.m, '
See our cheap lino of Ladies'4 buttoned Kid Gloves, black and colored-
only 50 cts. per pair, for cash—nt Jas.
Ellard & Go's. -*to
Tho heavy shower of min that fell
this muriiiiig wna moat welcome, and
tho farmers nro mora than pleased
with the good it has done.
Louie out fur the great sale of lots in
the town of Seattle, at the Mission
Bridge, on June loch next. For particulars, apply to Win. Reitlt.        *
in our advertising columns will be
found a notice, inaerted on Saturday
last, calling for toudera for tho $40,-
000 asylum additions in this city.
Cnpt. Peolo informed us just ns we
won* going to press that lie lias a storm
on hand, to develop within tho next
twenty-lunirs-and it isn't onu of the
Wiggins sort, either, tlio Capt, eays.
The Columbian is indebted to Miss
Insley for a basket of (ho linest cherries thnt over tickled u printer's throat.
They aro largo, ripe and luscious, nnd
by long odds tho linest wo have ovor
neon, which is saying a great denl after
thu large numbers we havo sampled
this season.
Rev. C. S. Eby, D D, of Tokyo,
Japan, will lecture nn missionary work
among tho Japanese, to-morrow night
in tho Methodist church. As Rev.
Mr. Eby lias had seventeen years'
experience as a missionary in Japan,
und is an able and scholarly man, the
looluro should be very interesting.
"A" Battery is now at the Kingston
penitentiary, where they woro called
Saturday morning. It transpired
that tho reason for thoir presence was a
pint on the part of tho prisoners to es-
cnjio. It had been revealed to tho
warden by one of the conspirators. All
the desperate characters in tho institution are implicated.
Mr. Sproat. iho road inspector, paid
tho Scittfc road a visit tho other day,
a,nd tifter consideration decided that
he wuuld have the soft places on tho
road corduroyed, otherwise tho improvements would not bo lasting, Robt.
Gray has been awni'd'ed the contract
fur Um corduroying, and the people
can rest rssurod that tlio work will bo
well done.
The Vancouver Advertiser says:
Mr. John Ellis, Vancouver, lias handed Rov. Mr. Maxwell, temporarily in
charge of tho Fm Presbyterian church
in the absenco of Rev. T. G. Thompson, §425 as a donation to the homo
and foreign mission society. This
vory liberal contribution will materially swell Vancouver's quota for missionary purposes.
TJio bazaar in aid of St. Ann's con-
veim is still in full swing. To-dny the
Fort Douglas Indian band discoursed
sweet music during lho hours of lunch,
but the musie, though excellent, wai
completely drowned by tho clatter of
tho knives and forks. To-night and
to-morrow the bazaar will be continued and all who hnve not yet visited it
should lose uo time in giving them-
uelves that treat.
Attention i- directed to tho great
auction Bale of blooded and graded
atock fixed tu come oil'at Ontario farm,
Langley Prairio, on 28th Juno, full
particulHi-s of wliich will appear in
next Wkbkly Columbian, The
Messrs. Lines aro favorably known as
being good judges of horses and cattle,
nnd the snlo in question will givo an
opportunity aoldom offered of acquiring good stook, 1G0 acres of the bost
prairie land m tho province will be
•offered fur salo by auction at the same
time and place. Mr, T. J. Trapp will
conduct tho sale, td*
Amongst tho ladies wbo obtained
Jionors at the recent convocation of
Toronto University—and tlioro were a
great many—we observe, says tho
World, the name of Miss JosBiu H.
piobson, of Nnpaneo, who graduntod
ns a B. A., completing a very brilliant
• ourse with n long list of high honors,
lilie took first cln?s honors in Fronch,
derman, Italian, Spiniali, Ethnology,
■ind stood second in English, the only
-subject in Whioh she took second plaeo.
Miss Robson ia a niece of Hon. Jno.
Kobson, provincial secretary, and the
Jtev, E. Robson of Vancouver.
l-rohlbl(ton In Bull!*.
Since tho day of tho fatal tire, says
an exchange, Seattle has been under
enforced prohibition. Tho saloons
hnvo beon under a temporary leave uf
absence. Tho people of Seattle appear
now to bo gravely considering whether
tho ''dry season'' haB lasted long
enough to give it a fair trial. It is
proposed by some to try it for three
months more, and tho temperance people tiro actively circulating a petition
praying for some such restriction. It
is admitted by everyono that tho proclamation of the mayor closing liquor
places tho day after tho tiro has borne
good results.
l'.\p:nsive I'oiirtslilp.
An amorous bachelor, who resides
on tho Scott road, does nil hia courting
uu Sunday, aud whilo busily engaged
last Sunday trying tu induce a fair
maiden lo share hia joys and next
year's strawberry crop, his dogs at
homo broke loose und killed 38 fine
chickens. Tho young lady asked lime
to answer his question, but sho will be
sorry for not taking fortune when at
the flood, for when tho young man got
homo and found what that day's courtship had cost, ho thero and then decided lo either remain single or wait
till next leap year when courting
would ba considerably less expensive
and irksome.
IIiiUSCS YFniilcd.
"Houses wanted" is tho daily cry,
and will be the cry for somo months
to come, Tlie rapid increaso in our
population is not being met by builders
as promptly as it should be, and the
consequence is that the demand for
residcntal buildings is greatly in excess of tho supply. The many tenants
offering has induced landlords almost
generally throughout the city to raiso
rents, thoir excuse for this boing to
incut tho increased taxes, but everyone knows that tho increase in nearly
evory instanco will cover the additional
tax rato at least a dozen times. If
rents hud been low there would bo
a good excuse for tho increase, but on
tho contrary rents havo boon very
high for two yeara back. The Colum-
iiian pointed out some weeka ago that
more houses wero wanted, aud tho
demand 13 oven greater now than it
was then. Investors can cleat* a cool
20 per cont. on capital invested in
suitable buildings, nnd now is tho time
to take advantage uf the excellent
opening. Property will novor be
lower than it is to-day. and intending
builders should bear this iu mind and
act promptly.
Urand lodge A. F. A A. M.
Tho Grand Lodge A. F. & A. M., of
British Columbia, has finished its annual session. Tho oliicers elected fur
the ensuing year are: M, W. Bro.
J. S. Clute, Grand Muster; R. W.
Bro. A. McKeown, Deputy Grand
Master; U. W. Bro. N. Wolfe, Grand
Senior Warden; R. W. Bro. W.
Downie, Grand Junior Warden; V, W.
Bro Rt. Rov. Bishop Sillitec, Grand
Chaplain; V. W. Bro. H. F. Hcisier-
man, Grand Treasurer; V. W. Bro. H.
Brown, Grand Secretary; Bro. William Tricksy, Grand Tyler; W. Bro.
G. S. Russell, Grand Senior Deacon;
W. Bro M. Miller, Grand Junior Deacon; W. Bro. A. E. Lees, Grand
Superintendent of Works; W. J. Bro.
Buie, Grand Director of Ceremonies;
W. Bro. A. H- B. MacGowan,- Grand
Marshal; W. Bro. J. S. Hamilton,
Grand Sword-bearer; W. Bro. E. J.
Peck. Gnmd Standard*boarer; W,
Bro S. J. J. Tunstall, Grand Organist; W. Bro. William Manson, Grand
Pursuivant; W. Bro. Jas. Stone, W. Bro.
A. Charleston, W. Bro. J. W. Horne,
W, Bro. H. A. Berry, W. Bro. T. B.
Pearson, W. Bro. P. A, E. Irving,
Grand Stewards.
^)\imSaSstrfMiir'Hr,Htntii,
Bessie Gilley and Maggie Rankin for
punctuality and regularity.
Tho report of Miss Rogers' division
will appear in to-morrow's issue.
Tho Sapperton school examination
took place yesterday, and resulted very
satisfactorily in every way. Mias Bell,
the teacher, was highly complimented
by tho visitors present for the advancement shown by tho scholar*, and their
general deportment.
Home Again.
Our worthy member, Mr. D. Chiaholm, M.P., accompanied by his ueioe,
MisB Chishulm, arrived homo from Ottawa today, well and hearty, aud in
the best of spirits. To a representative of Tin'. Columbian, Mr. Chisholm said he never wns so glad to see
Westminster again as he was to-day.
Westminster nover looked so boauti-
ful, or seemed so homelike ai at the
first glimpse ho caught of it as the
train entered tho city limits. Mr.
Chisholm enjoyed his trip acrusB the
continent very much, butacovcre cold,
caught en route, marred a portion of
lho pleasure of tho journey. A Bhort
stuy was made at Calgary, but as ho
was anxious to reach Westminster
again, ho cut his visit tn the foot hills
city short. Mr. Chiaholm will spend
the summer on tho coast, but has laid
out no delinitc programme as yet.
On tho arrival of the train a large
number of Mr. Cliisholm's frionds were
present aud gavo him a welcome as
cordial and genuine as over a man received. When it becamo known that
he had returned, numbers of friends
A acquaintances called un him at the
Colonial and warmly welcomed him
home,
rtiiuinl Is Over.
Thu midsummer examinations in
tho central school began this moming.
All tho departments were nicely
decorated with flowers, and the scholars
were neatly dressed and must decorous
in their conduct. Miss Homer'a division was the first division examined.
Forty scholars were present, all little
ones, who passed ahrnugh tho several
exorcises in a most creditable maimer.
At tho conclusion Col, McGregor, after
n few remarks, presented rolls of honor
to Garvet P. Grant for punctuality
and regularity; Elizabeth McC, Bell,
for proficiency and Duncan E. McPhaden for deportment.
The examination of Mias Davidaon'H
division commenced at 10:45. A largo
numbor of ladies were present who
evinced much interest in the proceedings, Rov. Messrs. Jamieson and
ScoulerandMeesrBCalbiok and Sinclair,
of the school board, wore also present.
All tho subjects tho scholars wore
callod on to answer wero responded to
in a moat intelligent manner, and with
great alacrity, allowing careful and
thorough training by the teacher.
When the exercises wero nt a close
Mias Hilda Woods rose and delivered
a very kind address to Mis3 Davidson,
nt the conclusion uf which Mias Mabel
Harvey stopped up to the teacher's
desk and presented her with a beautiful album and a pocket atlas. M!bs
Davidson, who was taken completely
by surprise, responded iu a few words
oxprcssive of thankfulness. Speeches
were made by Messrs. Calbick, Sinclair, McGregor a*-d Glovor. Rolls of
honor were presentod hy Rev. Mr.
Scouler to Freddy Nash for deport-
A Courageous W-mitu..
The romantic shades of tlio Scott
road settlement have been considerably
agitated of late by iho strange actions
of a man who can only bo classed as a
tramp, for hia name and true calling
have not transpired. Tho Warioa
Farm, owned by Mr. Muir, was the
scono of the trouble. Ono niglit last
week, Mr. Muir being absont on businesa at tho timo, Mrs. Muir was
awakened and considerably slartled by
somo ouo trying to force open her bedroom window. Although very much
alarmed, as any woman would bu alone
in a houso in tho wouds at such an
hour, still Mrs. Muir wns nob tho
person to Ho quiet aud let tho would-
be intruder have his own way. Rising
quickly sho picked up her husband's
Winchester rifle, cocked it and prepared to blow tho man's head oil if ho attempted to enter tho houso. The man
worked at the window for si me minutes, which wero very trying minutes
Indeed tn tho courageous Mrs. Muir,
but finally desisted when he found ib
impossible to gain nn entrance without
breaking in tho frame. Nothing more
was heard that night, and early in the
morning the neighbors were informed
of the occurence, and thoy resolved to
lie iu wait that night nud capture the
person if tho attempts wero renewed.
Several neighbors secreted themselves
near tho houso ufter uightfnll and
waited till ubout 10 o'clock, when a
man was seen approaching the house.
A rush was made for him, but tho fellow was active and succeeded in getting into the bush boforo hands oould
be laid on him. Mrs, Muir, thoroughly alarmed by this second occurence,
left the houso the noxt day and went
to a neighbor's to remain until hor
husband returned. The strnngor was
coen during that day noar tho huuso,
armed with a revolver, which he tired
occasionally. Ho was not soen for two
days in succession and Mrs. Muir returned homo on Saturday morning.
Shortly after her roturn sho heard a
noise at the door, and, picking up her
trusty Winchester, opened it and confronted tho troublesome strnuger, who,
however, not liking the reception,
took to his heels. Determined to put
a stop to his visits Mra. Muir raised
the riflo and shot at tho man, but, unfortunately, failed to hit him. Tho
shot, howovor, did good work as he
lias not boon seen iu tho neighborhood since. When hint seen tho man
was making for Westminster, and ho
is probably in tho city now. The
police should keep a bright lonkuut
for him.
t'onuottfUlnclts)
" Yesterday ono of the fair daughters
of Wtstminuter was led to the altar,
tho lucky man being a Vnncouverite,
who showed his good tasto by coming
to tho Royal City to seek for a wife.
The following accuunt of tho wedding
is taken from the News-Advertiser.
Thu wedding ooroinony, which had
been iu anticipation for some time,
took place iu St. James' church at
11:30 a.m. Tho gmum, H. E. Con-
non, youngest son of the late C. W.
Coituon, L. Tj. D., Toronto, is too well
known to render reference tu his many
merits necessary: the bride was Janio
Fortune Black, daughter of the lato
Dr. Black, uf Now Westminster, and
grand-daughter of the lato T. P. Kemp,
Esq., of Cork, Ireland, a young lady
esteemed and admired by all her circle
of acquaintances. The church waa
well filled by friends of tho contracting
parties -ind immediate relatives. Rev.
G. H. Fiennes-Clintou, rector officiated. The bride was given away by
hor brother, Mr. A. S. Black. The
tirst nud Becond bridesmaids were Mias
Black and Miss Kathleen Black, respectively, assisted by tho Misses Webster and Edmonds. Tho groom was
ably and sympathetically supported is*
the trying ordeal of metamorphosis
from celibacy to double blessedness by
Mr. Geo. McL. Brown. Mr. Sopiimus
Gough presided at the organ and expressed in martial strains the music
suitable to tlio occasion. At the conclusion uf the ceremony the. usual congratulatory ceremony by friends was
observed, in this instance, very cordial
and sincere. Subsequent to leaving
the church dejeuner was served atthe
residence of tho bride's mother, corner
uf Bute and Robson streets, nnd enjoyed by tho wedding party. As tlio
carriago containing the bride and groom
passed the C. P. It. depot, tho engine
of the Pncitic Express backed up the
track exploding numerous torpedoes.
At tho wharf thoir friends were drawn
up in open order to receivo them, each
member of tho party plentifully supplied with rice, which was so lavishly
showered on tho bridal pair that thoy
wero glad to take shelter nn tho boat
from their well-wishers. The officers
of tho bs. Parthia wero the noxt to do
honor to the occasion. As the Islander
put out they mingled a feudejoieoi
rockets with tho cheora and "tigers" of
those on shore. An evidence of the
popularity of Mr. and Mrs. Connon
and tho hiitli appreciation in which
they worn hold, wore tho numerous
handsome and very valuable presents
received by tho bride, some of which,
it ia said, even represented the substantial essence of town lots." The Co-
i-i.'Mihan has to thank Mr. and Mrs.
Connon for a piece of bridescake, and
at tho Bamo time we tako the opportunity of wishing the nowly wedded
couple a happy and prosperous voyage
through life.
now at work opening them np. If tho
loads prove good, and the surfaco
showing indicates that they will, ore
will be packed down to the Columbia
river nnd shipped out for reduction.
Theso gentlemen think that oro is
wortli moro at reduction-works than
un the dump, aud propusu tu mnko
their claims self-developing. Captain
Armstrong of tho Kootenay Mail Line
haB made a uniform rate for ore from
any landing on tbu river to Golden.
The rato is SI.50 a ton.
nonnlil Truth*..
Foreman Henderson of tho Donald
company writes from the crook to-day:
"The Discovery company working 4
men have struck a rich streak of
ground, aud expect at least 30 ounces
in their noxt cleanup. Our bedrock
shaft is going down aa rapidly as two
shifts oan send it." 24 men are at
work on the creek.
The Cariboo Creek Mining Company
is tho moat recent incorporation, under
tho provincial laws, in- this section.
The directors are David Woolsey ot
Illecillewaet, Thomas Forest of Donald, and A. Johnston Smith of Via
torn. The oflice of the company is at
Donald and its mine 7 miles east of
Illecillewaet. The capital stock of the
compnny is $10,000, divided into
shares of §10. Tho company haa 6
men at work on the mine, who have a
shaft down 22 feet on thu ledge, and
said to bo in good ore.
Portland-Westminster!
THE STEAMSHIP
X_DJ-_J&_0
II-L BAIL FROM PORTLAND FOR
New Westminster on
Thursday, June 27th.
For freight, Ae,, npply to
JAMES WWE,
Front Htreet.
Now West., Juno IB, I860.        djo25to
W
It. ('.Salmon  Ki'KHliillons.
The department of fisheries this
HetiBon has imposed greater restrictions
in regard to tho salmon fisheries of
British Columbia than has hitherto
been (he caso, chiefly on tho ground
that for want of proper restrictions the
Columbia river has boon almost depleted ot salmon, and that tho Fraser
river in a yoar or two would be in tho
sumo condition did nob the department
take action now. Tho following ox-
tract from tho Oregonian, referring to
tlio Columbia river, is very apropos:
Tho tako of salmon all along tho
rivor continues to be poor, and fishermen are rather discouraged. Fish
Commissioner Rood says tho traps
are doing hotter than the seines, but
aro only taking from fivo to twenty a
nii-lit, while the gill nets are only
taking from none to four or five. Somo
of the cannery men say this is the laat,-
soason they will use gill nets, and the
prospect is that next season the shores
of tho river will be lined with traps
for many miles up. If the gill nets
are doue away with and the channel
left opon it will givo some of the fish
a chance to get up tho river. A letter
from the Casoados statea that threo
wheela thore which last year were
catching tlirco tons of Balmon daily, aro
now not averaging moro than forty
pounds each per day. Of course-,
this ia a very unusual season, the
spring coming bo early and thero being
uo food in the river to apeak of, but
it looks aa if tho salmon wero disappearing despite the hatcher**. If they
are not exterminated it will bo no
fault of the cannery men.
No bettor justification of the policy-
pursued by the fisheries department
could be secured than the foregoing.
Some of the canuors on tho Fraser
wished to be allowed to placo their'
ntts across tho river in such positions
aa tu almost completely prevent the*
fish from ascending. If this concession had been allowed it would have
entirely stopped the different runs-,
moro especially tho wonderful run of
"Suckeye" in Jnly. The minister,,
however, has decreed that no more"
than two-thirds of tho river shall boused fur seining purposes.—Emjnn'.
Notice to Contractors!
SEALED TENDERS WILL   BE   RE-
celvcd by tho undersigned up to noon
of -*.ntiir-lay,'-.'Olh June, Inst, for tho
CONSTRUCTION OF A SCHOOL-HOUSE
In Now Westmlnater City (west shlo.
Plans ami Bpeaiflcntiom- oan bo seen
and forms for tender obtained at tbo Government i lllco, New Westminster.
Tlio lowest or any tender not necessarily
accented,
U. WARWICK;
Gov't Agent.
New Westminster,
Juno 2Clli, 1880. Jo25*dtd-wlt
G-Rj^asriD
EXCURSION
•—TO	
Harrison Hot Springs
 ON	
DOMINION DAY
MONDAY, JULY 1, 1880.
Under tho auspices of the Y. P. 8. C. E, of
tbe Baptist Church.
W.J.ffALKER&GO.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, 8.0.
ITki.ephose No. 65.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, EN LAND,
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS,
I. on don and Lnnoaihlre Fire and
Brltl-tta Kmplre Life Insaratioe
Comp&ulei.
New WestminBter Building Society.
AcnomUnnt'** Ofllcu, Uloeeie of N.W.
City Auillton, 1886, INR7 and 1888.
ADVJBE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OK REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRIOT,
and otber monetary transactions,
Have several good luvcutments on tholr
books, und all now comers will do well to
call before doing business elsewhere.
dwSdoly
The Str. ADELAIDE
Haa been chartered for the occasion and
Will leave Ewen's wharf ut 7 o'olook on
Monday morning, July 1, for Harrison
Hot SprlngH, returning tho samo ovening.
Tickets, 92 each (ladles free), may be
{irocured at Beggs & Heard'a tailoring es-
abllsliment (next door to Dickinson's
butcher shop);aud at D. Lyal A Co.'h bookstore. djc25td
WANTEDJO RENT,
A HOUSE CONTAININU NOT LESS
than ll moms. Apply Box 20, Post
Olllco. -lJclMtc
CANE LOST.
DROPPED THROUGH SIDEWALK
near corner Columbia, and ill nek lo
HU. The party who picked It up will confer a favor by returning to Dr. MncLouu,
e 21,1889.
dj e2ll*l
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment instantly rr-
HeVes and permanently curesPUes, Prim- i
tus and nil hot and itching sores and! j
eruptions, N, W. agents, ti, S- Curtia
&Co. ,dmy28yl
Meteorological Report for Wcctt Fudlnp
Jane mnd, 18*9.
MAX.   MIN.   ltAlK-
Snndny.., (W.0     53.0
Monday „*,t,l	
Tuesday 	
Wednesday	
Thursday	
Friday	
Saturday	
Clear and warm.
A. Peklk, Capt'n..
IBI)
-so
0,03
71.11
49.0
73.(1
'9.0
mil
40.0
7fl.ll
an
113.11
51.0
0.01
Whon Baby was ilck, ve gave her Cutoria,
When aha waa » Child, ahe crisd for Castorti,.
Whea ahe became Min, ahe clang to Caitorli,,
Whan fiht hsd Children, she e»tb them Cutotlii
It'tsomond, Kirkpatrick & Oo. have,
„vu  „_„,      „„„ ,„,  „.,,,„.. ^tanex£enBO.of,$^Q9,.out,a trail-up
«e«trK»^*»**hntth-f(nTJro «>•*" diLw, ond ate
WHY SHOULD WE ISE
Johnson's Pare Paints In Preference ■
to all Ollierst?
Wo wish to inpress upon paint users
generally tho undeniable fact that the
greatest possible economy ia in using
only the purest quality of paint, such as
that manufactured by tho William Johu-
boii company, of Montreal,
The cost of labor, tin cans, and all tho
incidentals of innnutiicturc, of freight
and other shipping expenses, is precisely the same to turn out a pound of
tho veriest traah or a pound of Johnson's-
Pure   Paint;   hence,  to  soil at lower
Erices, it is evident that tbo value must
o tnken straight out of the raw
material, and tho consumer ia deceived
by tlio idea that it costs less money touse cheap gooda. Even for the roughest
work there is a loss of fifty per cent, in
using poor paints.
Then again, tho manufacturers of benzine and soap mixtures (which they call
paint), knowing that a hunting reputation
cannot ho built up on inferior articles,
push them for n short time at whatever
price can bo obtained, and when the
-demand ceases, a new brand and label
are adopted and tho deception continues.
Wo ure now reaping the reward of n-
tfxed determination, whicli, through
many yoars of fierce competition against
the cheap, trashy productions of unscrupulous manufacturers, we hnve steadfastly upheld, viz.: to turn out uotliing
lint pure goods, and on this we stake
our reputation.
Barely nothing can he more convincing
than the fact that the William Johnson
Co. offer to re-paint, free of charge, any
building or decoration on which their
pure paints havo been exclusively used
without satisfactory results. Every
<lcalor in Johnson's puro paints throughout the oountry is authorized to carry
out thia guarantee.
Our goods have becomo the standard
of excellence throughout the wholo
Dominion, and paint users uow reoognize
tho fact that though thoy pay GO per
cent, moro for goods bearing the Win.
Johnson labels, yet tliey aro actually
Baving money nnd gotting better satisfaction.
The William Johnmon Co.,
12 and 14 St. John street,
Montreal.
Notice to Builders
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED RY
tho lindnrslltnod up lo July 1st for tlio
«rootlon St rTvlro-S'roltEY Itf SIMINCH
! to be built on Lulu Islnnd, for Mr. W.
Carscallen. , , „
Lowest or nny tender not necessarily
Finns und speoinontlons ean bo seen nt
the olllco of       OI.OW 4 MACLURE,
djeaoid Architects.
•UTO*rXC*Ei.
II HAVE THIS DAY SOLD AND
transferred to Capt. Power tho nt earner Gladys, and from tliis date he will
assume all control of the steamer and
business. Thanking nil for their patron-
age conferred In lhe past, I solicit a continuance of the same to my successor.
1 will settle all liabilities up to dale,
tnd any person having a claim of any
kind on the steamer or myself will please
present it for immediate settlement, and
hll persona Indebted tome will please
lettlo nt onco or their accounts will bo
pluced In nr-ollcltor's bands for collection.
Address all communications to P. O.
lox 11)3, Now Westminster.
" WM. B. TOWNSEND.
I New Wcslmlnstor, June '22,1880.    JeifidOt
Jas.Ellard<Co
MtMrMMLtMLt    MMMrTMPMSMM
For the Next Four Days
THEIR  REMAINING  STOCK OF
PARASOLS
FOE CASH,
i3Lt   -Ooist,   To  Clear.
G--R.E3.A_T
Commencing Monday, June 24th
OGLE, CAMPBELL & FREEMAN'S,
The Leading Dry Goods House,
MASONIC BLOCK,       -       NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwtc
NEW WESTMINSTER
BUILDiNGSOClETY.
A GENERAL   MEETUIO WILL HB
hold It. tho OOURT HOtJBE on
Saturday the SBth June,
AT S P. M,
Pobposic—Drawing forthe Eleventh Ap-
proprlalion of 81,000.
Members In arrears are requested to pay
all duos at the Soerelary's omce, Bank
Buildings, Mnry slreet, beforo that date so
as to lesson tbe Secretary's work on that
"Ne-vrnentbors will bo admitted to the
Drawing on payment of entrance foe, fl,
and four weeks' subscriptions, 12 per
"Bforil*., WAI'TEB*-WALJ?oEreIl'.-7,
"Wn-fMMl-.iiBK   •"    dlSMto'
SUMMER COATS,
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
', Summer Underwear,
\
 AT	
Campbell £ Co's,
Next door bank of Montreal.
R. d. ARMSTRONG,
BB-A-X-BX.   X2ST
ihoice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
wabzador Herri-a-fre,
Mackerel, Salt Cod,
i.xra.o*u.r'e XJxic. Hanae,
^rmo-u.r'e TJxi.o. Bacon,
loiar. Bran.. sraorte,
I- *aWnC(HlH"- .?MORS PAID **Q5l J-ABM.^BODDO**.
iiwir 8ooullar.Arm«rong Blook, Columbia St.
F.
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Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK  OF MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRV, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PWCES.
A lull line of Spectacles A Eye-Glasses in steel, rubber, silver arc ,u,id
frames.   Tho finest Pebbles made, tt por pair; all sights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having learnta tne
businoss thoroughly Irom somo of tho finest Horologers in England, and since then
managed tho watoh-ropairing departments of a fow of tho best firms on the ciut;.
nent of America, is a sufficient guarantee oi good workmanship. Formerly num-
ger for nearly 8 years of tho well-known Ann of Savago & Lyman, Mont-cal,
Charges Moderate,     ./■_',      , ,    „ , „     „, ■        ,
Mokibbai,, Dec, 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.— Andw. Robertson, lisq., Chi'lriu in nl
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I nover lonnd a Watchmaker who did so
woll for me as yon did when in Montreal, and I nm sorry you are not hero to-dny.
dwnplqto
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
AGENTS B. LAURANCE'S 8PEOTAOLE8.
Wholesale and Eetail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,     ■     Columbia Sweet.
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
W.AS.
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
HZO-H-OL^SS
DRY GOODS
 __ZHTX2	
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON  MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER & SHADWELL.
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