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Array 3»vernn*i!nt Printing off:
British
Columbian.
VOLUME C
NEW WESTJUNSTER, B. 0„ TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 1889.
NTJMBEB120
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
T. O. ATKINSON,
DAHBI8TER, BOLIOITOB, 40. omoos-
D Masonic Building, New Wusliiilnsler,
BTO. dwto
AaiHSTUONG ti KCKSTEIN,
BABRI9TKR3,  SOUOITORS.' EIO.-
Masonlo Bnlldlng,  Now Westminster, B, 0. dwmy'te
W. NCII'MA!" HOLE. U..C,
BABBISTEIt-AT-LAW.LANDAaENI'.
Monoy to Loan. Ollloe-Ularkson St.,
Now Westminster, B. C. dtp
<OUHOI ID, Het'OU, .t AXSSt,
BA.BRI8TER3, SOLICITOUS, olo.  Ofll-
cos—Mnsonlo Buildings, Now WestminBter, and Vancouver, li, 0,__   Jliyt°_
A.O. DllVDONK-JACK, M.A.,
VOTARY PUBLIO, OONVEYANOER,
ll Ac, Barrister of tlio Now Brunswick
Supremo Court. OIHcii In the lltuiiloy
Building, Columbia St., opt'oslto llio Col-
onlal Hold.  dapSto
JO.KPII U, UAVNOH, U.AuLb.B,
OLD MEDALIST ol llie University ol
._ Dublin. HAHRIHTKR-AT LAW ol
Iho High Court of Justice, Ireland. Offloes,
Corner MoKon-lo A Clarkson Sis., New
Wostminstor. dwlesltc
9
iho
C. 11. GATKWOOD, D.D.H.,
SURGEON DENTIST-**-.  Grailualo  of
the Bultlmore Dental Colle«e, Ih pre-
Imred to do all kinds of Dental work,  ut-
lee over MoLennan A McFeely'H Imril-
waro store, 18J Cordova St., Vancouver,
aa nu|i;at<:
,■ o. *W.U2'.At.T,
ABCHTTECT.   omec-Corner Mai-y nnd
 Clark-ion Sis., WeslmliiHler.   dwto
CLOW A MACLURK,
A ROHITEOTS.    Offloe—Room E. over
A   BankofB.C.,ColumbIaStroet,West*
WILLIAM R.KING,
A UOHITEOT.SANITARYENaiNEER,
A  Ae.   Removed to Armstrong's Block,
Columbia Street,   Westminster-Room
No. 2. dto
W. TH1DAVDBAV,
I AND SURVEYOR ANDDRAUGHTS-
j man.  Hamley Block, Now Westminster, a. 0. dtnylSto
A. V. <OTT0.V,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR. Offlce: Room D. Bank
of B. 0. bnjlding, Westminster, B. C.
... l'iiti:m»ui<.-i,
KEAL ESTATE BROKER ami County
Court Anent. Commls-iloner, Notary
Public, Ac, Rents (tollected. Olllee—Mc*
KoiiiMo Street, Nuw Weatmlnster,B.0.
T. J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER    AND    APPRAISER.
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
All commission-* will  receive prompt
mil  "-(-.refill  alU'iitloa.    Best  references
given wbmt ret-nim-l. inhl2*to
TURNBU, HKKTOS! A CO.,
'' Tlf ERCHANTS. Wbnrf St., Vlctoila,
J1V1 Agents for North British and Mer*
1 cantlle Insuranco Co. for Mainlund, H.
1 0. Bkbton A Co., :1Q Finsbniy Circus, Lon*
■ don, 10. V. dtc
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of tho bolt makes; CrOBS-CUt Si Hlind-HllHS,
Barbed Wire lor Fencing, and all the necessary Utensils for Farming)
Pulley Mocks. Snatch Blocks, Rope &CIinl*i in all sizes: 1-ltcfi,
Tar & Oakuini Tsrral and Plain Paper for Bnlldlng) Paints A Oils
in all colors; Liquid Paints in all shades; Floor Paints ready to use; Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper in ill designs; Brooms & Brusbcs for all purposes;
Lubricating Oil*,, Traps of all descriptions, and a genoral assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
_T Special attention given to orders by moil.
T. T. TKAPP SO CO.,
dwjly3to Ciii.fiiiiiA Street, Nbw Wksthinstkr,
GRANT & MACLURE.
Boots & Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
-I
New Spring Goods 1
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Gheviotts.
ar..  is. -\x_la.isrssoisne
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street, - New Westminster.
Globe House!
major _ pearson
Real  Estate  Brokers and
Financial Agents.
■i AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life Association of
Toronto,
lloyal and Lancashire Fire Ininr-
ancc CompRulc-t.
na.Valuable Lota for sale In the City
/ami District of Westminster; ami choice
Lots in the City of Vanoouvor.
Persons wishing Io buy or sell city or
rural property should communicate with
jUS.
f Offices: Bankof B.C. building,opposito
iMi-ttofflce, Wt'Hl ml lister, and HuHllnKKHI.,
1 Vancouver. dwapieto
R1
RAND BROS.
KM. BSTATR DROKBHS,
Conveyancers, Colleclora,
And Insuranct- A gent i,
Offices at
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
MoKenzlo and Clarkson Sts.
VANflOUVKR, Cordova Htreet.
LONDON .England.
BUILDING LOTS for salo In nil sections
af Vanoouvor and New Westminster City.
(FARM LANDS of superior quality for
ate at Ob 1111 whack, Port Hammoud,
Langley, Matsqui, Suma*-, Mud Hay,Ladner's Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
and Pits River.
I Maps and Plans exhibited and the full-
lit Information furnishedatnllmirofflces,
W. BOVILL,
Real Estate Agent
AND CONVEYANCER.
NEW WESTMINSTER;-
zle Street.
-Offlco, Mackon-
1VANCOUVER1 —Offloe,  Abbott   Street,
near Cordova Street.
. Full List of Oity and Suburban Pro*
porty.
i Particular attention paid to Farming
ilLunds.
V Accurate  Information  to correspond*
cuts, dwmyllyl
JTJST      *E3*EC*E!I,V*E3*D,
The Latest Novelties in Ladies'
Straw Hats and Bonnets,
Silk Dolmans
and Mantles.
MkHEBESLa
isnu. wa:e-»
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
Insurance and Financial
A.C^EKTTJSJ.
ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
Civil Engineers, Land Sur-
|: veyors <fe Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
^■FINANCIAL, SHEPPINQ * COMMISSION AGENTS
Mre. Lire A Marine Iniura&ee.
|([Coi-umma St., • Opp. Coloniat* Hotel
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, 0.
11VE PERGONAL AND PROMPT AT-
JT tentlon to all profot-isl-innl ordors and
u 'eniler thi'ir m-rvl«--s to rcHidents and non-
VroMldents having City or Country Proporty
'■' fn dispose of or desiring profitable invest-
V/ment,
j   Our lists of ollgibtoprnpertleNarocnm-
firehonslvn and constantly receiving nihil-
lons, ami our favorable eastern conne**-
lltlons holli in Canada nnd thu Allaullo
■j'HlalPH glvo us unusual facilities for bust*
Janets,
hi Hpcalnl ntt"titlon will be nnld to tho
li' (purchase aud Inspection nf Lumber for
■IjShlpiiientUi foreign ports. Tonnage clitir-
1 turoil mid general shipping business trims*
i acted. dwap4yl
UBSSHS.
}Macpherson& Thomson
01 Ontario nnd Marqiietto, Michigan,
hnve opened a
ID TNE HOLBROOK BLOCK,
1 Columbia Street, 8 door. East
of Telegraph Offlce.
Tbey have n complete assortment of
-vcrytlilng usually found ln a flrsl-elnss
Drug Store, comprising puro und frosh
DRUQS, OHIMIOALS,
PATENT MEDIOINES,
TOILET ARTIOLES,
ENQLI8H, FRENOH AND
AMERIOAN PERFUMES.
Physicians' prescriptions carefully com-
pounded dny and niglit. 'esrdlm
WANTED-TO RENT.
N IMPROVED FARM.  For full par
toF.O.Bo-
dwmyVml
!) A tloufars', apply In writing" to p7o.
piBrllewWostmfiisler. 	
TT
ML.mi'M?
t-ti
OUR EXOELMNT ROOMS IiultaMe
for ofhoesl In Hank of H. 0. Building
. ittod with gas and heated with hot water],  Rent, from ,10 to, 13per month coon.
Aiiplyto X. B. FISHER,
dmyl *w3 Manager Bank of B. 0.
NEW WESTMINSTER, cfRMN0EKREN0zL^?N
VANCOUVER,
CORNER CORDOVA AND
ABBOTT STREETS.
-AHD—
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE 8TREET.
LONDON,   ENG.I07ICANNON8T.
Farming Lands^Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot laving on Columbia nnd Front Sts.,
In contral portion of tho city; several
buildings bring, good rent-W',000.00.
Lot 4, Blook 7, near Lytton Square,
6(1x132 feot, fronting on Columbia and
Front St..—86,000.00.
Comer Lot on Columbia St., 33x66 foet—
84,000.00,
Also—Lot and Building with stook of
Goods, ono of tlie best business stands
in the city.
Improved Residential Property
Lot 15, Block 13| two houses rented at
paying figures—f4.50O.OO.
House and Lot on Loruo St., near Col-
umbin-tl250.00.
Lots 4, 6 ft 6,' Blook ID} good home,
garden, fto.; oholoe residenco property
-}<S,250.00.
• -brnor Lot on Columbia St.; fenced and
'cloareil-81500.0D.
House and Lot on Columbia. St.} one of
the finest residences in the oity—•*,-
000.00.
House and Lot on Royal Avenue, near
> Douglas St.-|2,000.00.
House and 3 Lots, corner Royal Avonue
and St. Patrick's St.; no better rest,
donee site in the oity—$10,000.00.
1 acre, with 7 house,, near tho Park—
•6,000,00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Block 28; cornor lot on Agues St.;
lino residence Bito-S1200.00.
Lots un St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avenue-$500,011 each.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Hall,
fax Sts., near Clinton St.; fine views
and well sitnatcil-4350.00, 1375.00,
1500,00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton-
' 8300.00.
Lot 9, Sub-Blook 10; fine rosidenoe lots-
8250.00.
Lots on Pelham St., near Mary—8600.00
each.
Lot on Felbam St., noar St. Andrew's;
fine Bito-85O0.OO,
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne—
8350.00.
Lot In St. Andrew's Squaro -8300.00.
Lots In Blook fronting on North Arn
road; finest chance In tho market fo:
residence or speculation—8125,00 tt
8175.60.
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Blool
12-100.00 to 8125.00.
Lot. In Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloc
13-8160.00 each.
Lots In Wostmlnster Addition at 815.00
to 850.00.
dwainu
Absolutely Pure.
. This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity.strenKtlimirlwliolfisomen.jp.-, M-re
loonomlcial than the ordinary kiiKlN, and
cannot be sold in compeiltlon with tho
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
RoyalBakinq Powdkr Co., 10flWall.su,
New York. 8fely
toS
POR_SALE.
YOUNO HORSE; GOOD ft SOUND;
_ will work single ordouble. Apply
SHERIFF ARMSTRONG,    dniyTlnl
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Russian fashion note : The czar
lias returned to St. Petersburgh and
changed his winter suit of boiler
iron for a light spring suit of oast
steel.
Edwin—I wish, Annabels, that
you could have been in Paris' with
me. Such lovely parks! Annabels
—Yes, I know I should have on-
joyed the porks' most of all. I have
always heard so much about the
Paris greerr.
At tho lloyal theator ot Munich
they are going to try the presentation of Hhaltespeare's plays with
scenery and stage fittings as noarly
as possible a reproduction of those
with wliich the plays woro originally produced.
Futlier—Bobby, nro you too lame
and tired to walk a mile and a half
to the circus 1 Bohby—No, indeed,
father. Father—Well, then, you
will go out in the yard and run the
lawn mower until bedtiiuo. I've
no ciroUB money this year.
SOCIETY GOSSIP
And General Furopean Court News
is Thoroughly Discussed by
Mr. Yates.
The Samoan Conference has Finished its most Important Business and will Adjourn.
Tho Yacht Yalkyrio Is Badly Beaten this Morning by the Ires.
and Yariuiit.
TO RENT.
mHE HTORE FORMERLY OCCUPIED
I    by Foulds A Co., In tboManoiiifinnd
Od-l Fellows' U-IooS, Now Westiiiliislor.—
Apply to                          WM. MCCOLL.
 dftp2to	
NewWestminster Gas Co
A LIMITED NUMBER OF  SHARES
In tlie above Company for Bale.—
Applyto        DAVID MORRIH.
Beo.-Trcas. & Manager.
New West., May 8,1880. dmySml
FOR SALE.
rpENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED UPTO
J.   the-Hhof Junencxtfor thoputcbuso
1
of
Lots 161 & IG-ft. Group One,
NowWestmlnster District,, subject lo three
overdue mortgages tlu-reuii, ninouutiiig
in all, with InteR'Ht, to $2,775.00.
Tho highest or any t**uder not* necessarily acceptor!.   By ordor,
W. H. FALDING,
dmy2ml District Registrar S. C.
Plants for Sale!
omiAF
AT THE
I
IsUreat Vaihety, Isci-nmi-a,
GERANIUMS, Doublo anil Slnglej FU-
CHIAR, all new varletlon; HOSR-i,
DonMo PETUNIAS, MOON-PLOWEUs;
a lino collection of DAHLIAS (named
vnrletiesj, ANNUALS, 25 cts. perdos,
Mtxeil BEDDING PLANTS, 81.50 per do?,.
I offer ll) Pliuitsfiji-si.iiioUiilliiglHtDnn
King Fin-bin. Bouquets, Wreaths anil
Crosses made to order. Fruit, Vegetables
and Flowers nt Slnro, next, City Hgtel, Columbia St. Orders by mult promptly attended lo      LdWitplylJ      P. L4THA9I.
-t*h:*hi —
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWARTfCASO, PROPRIETORS
J.J.WILSON, - MAIIAOEB,
Kates, $1.00 and $1 .SO per Dny,
AlTOllIlINil TO'ROOM.
SPECIAL RATES BV THE WEEK OR MONTH.
sog* Parties supplied Willi all kinds of
ICE-CUEAM. ilmylml
Sjnce thu purchase of Alaska it
can be said of the United States
what has been said of England—
that the sun never sets on her do-
minions. At sunset in Alaska the
next morning's sun is an hour high
in Maine.—Boston Journal.
According to newspaper reports,
the graves of nino tenths of the
great poets, orators, historians and
authors of the past are neglected.
The respect thus shown for their
memories will explain why so many
young men of to-day are more anxious to become professional base ball
players than to die great poets, historians or orators. The baso ball
player's grave is not neglootcd.—Ex.
T. A. MUIR & CO.
Chemists & Druggists,
Qiiuk'S Hotel Buok    •    Hew Westminiti*
A CHOICE LINE OK
Brushes,
Combs,
TOILET
Perfumes,
SachetPowd'rs
Soaps,
ARTICLES.
Prescriptions ami Family Recipes can-
fully (lispcnsotl from pure Drugs,
NIrIH Hi II ntlenilanre. daplto
SO   CO.
Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND—
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating to
Ileal EiUto,
—AGENT8 FOR—
London AiRnranco Corporation.
Connecticut Fire Insnrance Co. of
Hartford.
London md Lancashire
ante Co.
Canton Insurance Offlce, Ld* (Marine)
e Assur-
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New West'r.
4i Government St., Victoria
dwMMyi
Thn New Brunswick government
having renolved to abolish the official residence of tho lieutenant-governor of the province, proposes to turn
tho building now used for that purpose into a deaf and dumb asylum.
This is apparently h ineasuro of
economy, and it is a pity that
another province not so far distant
from Ontario could not be induced
to follow New Brunswick's example.
--Mail.        	
A history of sugar was written in
1799 by Dr. Mosely. It states that
sugar when first introduced into
every country was used only medici
nally. Pliny, the naturalist, leaves
no room for doubt on this point.
Even in Arabia, in the time of
Avicenna (A.D. 980-1038), though
sugar wus aa article of commerce
from the east, there is no record of
its being used for dietetic or culinary
purposes for several centuries afterward. Ib was chiefly used to mako
nauseating medicines pleasant to
take.
A military exhibition is shortly
to be held iu Edinburgh, and will
undoubtedly be a very unique and
interesting afiiiir. An enumeration
of some of the articles to be shown
will furnish an idea of what the
exhibition will be like. Thero will
be paintings of military events in
history, a collection of uniforms, of
arms, of armor, and an array of the
weapons used iu tho British service
from the earliest times. Thero will
be a seotion devoted to military
books, music and musical instruments. While the exhibition will
be of speoial interest to Scotland, as
containing memorials of the military
glory of that country, tlie collection
of exhibits of British concern will
render the event more than local in
its scope.
Such great progress is the republic of Ohili making tbat someone has
christened its enterprising people
the -'Yankees of South America."
Since the conclusion oftho war with
Peru, in whieh the latter country
was badly worsted, Chili has been
developing her resources, paying
.marked attention to the agricultural
interests, foreign trade and a merchant marine, Not content with
exporting wheat, Ohili wants to send
out Hour, and is prompting un exhibition of milling machinery, iu ordor
to introduce improved methods of
making flour. The exports of all
kinds have increased from $31,000,-
000 in 1878 to $73,000,000 in 1888,
and it will intorest Canadians to
know that the merchant marine has
been stimulated by subsidies, so that
tho Chilian lines are becoming competitors with the British ships in
the coast trade of western South.
America,
Mr, Grant Allen propounds in
The Forum a new view of
"Woman's Place in Nature." "The
males," he says "are the race ; the
females are merely the sex told off
to recruit and produce it. All that
is distinctively human isj man—the
Held, tho ship, the mine, the workshop; all that is truly woman is
merely reproductive—-the home, the
nursery, the schoolroom." "This
very necessity for telling off at least
a considerable number of the women
for the arduous duties of human
maternity prevents tho possibility
of woman, as such, ever being really
in any deep sense the race. It is
human to till, to build, to navigate,
to manufacture; and these are the
functions that fall upon man. "The
males have built up human civilization nnd have made the great
functionally acquired gains in human
faculty, while the females have
acted as mere passive transmitters
of these male acquisitions."
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
un. yate's cable,
Loni'ux- May Ii8.—It aeeuiH pin-
bablu tliut tlm Empnror William will
uut visit London during his stay iu
Etigland. wliich is not likely to exceed a
week. Tlio Spithea'd review will occupy one day, unother will be spent at
Alderahot and a third at Goodwood, as
the emperor is very deuirous of eeuing
somo first-rate racing. Ho may probably no over to the meeting un two
day*; then one lung day is to be devoted to Portsmouth dockyard, which
his majesty is anxious to inspect.
MARRIAGE  MUDDLE.'*.
There is au end of the projected
marriage of the Czarevitch to Princess
Alexander of Hesse. The emperor
never regarded the match with much
favor, well knowing that no German
alliance would be popular among any
class in Russia, and being himself
anxious his eldest son should many a
member of (he orthodox church. The
empress would have liked the Czar-
witcli to marry one of the daughters
of the Prince uf Wales, but this ia
impossible as the laws of the Greek
church absolutely forbid the marriage
of lirst cotiBius. The result is that
the Czarwitch will shortly be betruthed
io Princess Helune uf Montenegro,
fourth daughter of Prince JSichullas,
who was born in January 1873 and is
strikingly handsome, very clover and
highly accomplished- It is now iu
contemplation to arrange a marriage
between the Princess Aleiander of
Hesse to Prince Ferdinand uf Huhen-
zullern Siegmariugen, nephew and
heir tu King Charles uf Rnu mania. The
queen would be glad to see the Princess Alexander married to Prince Albert Victor, but there does not appear
tu bo any prospect of this mutch uvor
coming oS. Prince Ferdinand has a
large fortune, and King Charles is now
tu alluw him £25,000 a year; presumably ho will inherit a considerable
portion of his uncle's vast wealth.
THE PERSIAN SHAH.
The Shah stayed during his visit
tu St. Petersburg in the pavilion overlooking the Neva, which is joined to
the winter palace by the Romanoff
gallery, and which he also occupied in
1873. It has since been the temporary residence of both the Emperor of
Austria and the late Emperor Fred*
erick... The rooms are not large, but
tKey are man-eta of comfort «nd luxury, and are superbly furnished. The
decorations are of red silk, and there
are some colossal vasos of malachite.
Tho doors of the drawing room are of
tortoise shell. Fiftoen carriages and
forty horses were placed at the des-
posal of the Shah, who has a retinue
of tifty-Kvo persons, aud thore were
two kitchona for him, one French and
the other purely oriental.
THE QUEEN.
During the recent hot weather the
queen has driven ever to Frogmoor
every morning about 11 o'clock after
breakfasting in a tent un the beautiful
shady lawn. Her majesty hai g« t
through the day's business, cabinet
boxes and hor official and private correspondence sitting in a tont, afterwards returning tu the castle' in time
for luncheon, at which only members
of the royal family are present. It iB
always served in the oak room, whicli
is entered from the corridor and of
which the windows look out un the
quadrangle and round tower. The
room is hung on one side with superb
Goblines Tapestry, which was presented to tho queen by King Loins
Phillipe, and the pictures are Professor Angclisu's lirat portrait uf her
majesty, which was printed about sixteen yeurs ago, and four admirable
portraits, severally of the Princess of
Wales and Duchess of Edinburg, Cun*
naught and Albany.
ONLY A FABLE.
After ull it has only been a clerical
intrigue which has niven riso to the
rtiniorof an engagement between tho
Prince of Naples and Princess Clo-
inentinu, daughter of the king of the
BulifiniiB Tho Vatican has determined that no Human Catholic princes*
shall become queen of Italy, and it is
from the Vatican therefore that this
fable, designed to iutimidate tho
Ronirin ('uthulic  powers,   has  come.
l'AllN-JU, COMMISSION.
London, May 28.- -Tho Parnell
commiisiou will adjourn on Friday
noxt and not reassemble until June
18th, when Thomas Condon and John
O'Connor, nationalist members of parliament, now serving terms of imprisonment under the crimes act, will be permitted to come to London to testify in
tho esse. Mr. Roid, Parnell's counsel,
produced somo of tho bo^ks nf the
nationalist league which have been in
tho possession nf Mis. Maloncy uf the
Dublin Times, He said, he could
have procured tho books boforu if the
commission had subpoenaed Mrs. Maloiiey,
FIRE ON THE SEltVIA.
London, May 28.—A firo was discovered on the Cunard Line steamer
Servia yesterday upon her arrival at
Liverpool. The fire was a small one
and caused little alarm ns it was found
in only a few bales of cotton, composing part of tho cargo forward. The
heat of tho smouldering fire might
have been serious had the vessel been
at sea and tho danger not discovered
promptly.
THB SAMOAN COMMISSION.
Berlin, May 28.—The Samoan
Commission resumed ils sittings to-day.
During thu adjournment numerous
dispatches passed between the American commissioners snd the state de*
part mon t at Washington. The most
difficult questions aro now thought to
have been settled, nnd little actual
work remains to bo accomplished.
SERIOUS RIOT.
Belgrade, May'28,—In a riot whieh
occurred last night a gen d'arme wat
killed, a lieutenant badly wounded and
tho colonel commanding some of tho military was dragged from his horse by the
mob and maltreated. The troops,
howover, were not allowed to Sre into
the rioters.
THE VALKYRIE BEATEN.
London, May 28.—The yacht Valkyrie was defeated to-day in a race with
the Irex and Yarana. The race was
from Harwick tu South End, along tho
Essex coast. Tho Irex came in first,
Yamua second and Valkyrie third.
The ofiieiul time is, Irex, 3, 3,' 44;
Varans, 3, 25, 23; Valkyrie, 3, 2G, 22.
LAN8D0WNE ATTACKED.
London, May 27.—-In the course of
tlio debate to-night regarding the L-iiih
(Iowhl* evictions in Ireland, Mr.
O'Brien levelled serious charges ng-.inst
Lord Lansdowne and Professor Gold-
win Smith. After referring to his
Canadian visit he suid: "If anyone
wants to fulluw me on this subject he
has only tu get up a tribunal ol three
judges to proceed to Canada and on*
quire into Lansdowno and orimu.
(Loud Irish cheers.) I will undertake
to givo murderous speeches, murderous
incitement-* to violence, and plenty of
murderous deeds that make the
apeeohes at Scrabnally harmless indeed. Wo can do thnt without forged
ljuitersoutof the speeches of Lb nsdowne,
Gold win Smith, and a great many othor
highly sensitivo moralists. (Laughter
and cheers.) The only argument" that
Lord Lansdowne offered for himself
during my visit to Canada, was the argument of tho revolver, shot gun and
paving stones tired in the dark.
(Che.ra.)" Tho speaker here intervened and said that Mr. O'Brien had exceeded the scope of the motion. Afterwards Mr. Balfour defended Lord
Lansdowne, and said that he was an
honorable straightforward gentleman.
THE CRONIN MYSTERY
Is Unravelled at Laat hot Particulars are not Forthcoming
at Present. .
New Railway to Parallel; the
Northern Pacific from Portland to Tacoma.
Uyppolite Likely to Successfully
Terminate the Haytien Rebellion in a Few Days.
City council.
Tho council met last night at 8
o'clock for the transaction of business.
Present Aldermen Curtis, Scoullar,
Calbick, Jaques and Townsend.
His worship Mayor Hendry ia the
chair.
COMMUNICATIONS
From Turnbull & Working, asking
permission to lay building matorinl on
Albert Crescent.
Granted under the supervision uf the
board uf works.
From E. Whyman, asking fur street
lines un Mary and Melbourne streets.
Referred to the board of works with
power to act.
From H. T. Thrift, C. M. 0., Surrey, enclosing cheque for $75 amount
due on advertising folders.
Received and the clerk instructed to
acknowledge the same.
From B. Douglas, asking permission
to connect a sewer on Meriv&le street
Granted under the supervision of the
board uf works.
From G, W. Grant, asking permission to lay building material on Pelham
atreet.
Granted under the supervision of the
board of works.
A communication from tho secretary
of the buard of school trustees was
rend, asking for the grant of an acre
of land for.Bcliool purposes. Received.
The firo and light committee recom-
meudwl as follows: That'a telephone
be plasad in the captain's residence,
and also that a new hose reel cart be
purchased for fire station No. 2, on
Royal avenue; nlso that a set uf harness be obtained for the tire department as soon as possible.   Adopted.
The board of works reported that a
wagon for the use of tho corporation
had been purchased from J. E. Sulley
at a cost of $80.   Adopted.
Aid. Townsend reported on tbe unsanitary condition of Douglas street
drain.
Referred to the board of health.
A oi.mmittee consisting of Aid.
Jaques, Scoullar aud McPhaden, was
appointed to confer with the school
trustees regarding the choice of site
for the west end school.
The streets and sidewalks by-law
was laid on the table to be taken up at
a special meeting.
The council went into committeo of
the whole on the trades license bylaw, whieh was read clause by  clause.
The committee rose, reported progress and asked leave to sit again.
The railway rate reduction by law
was introduced by Aid. Curtis and
read three several times and finally
passed. This by-law is to reduce the
rate to be levied under the railway
bonus by-law of last year, inasmuch as
tho debentures to be issued under that
by-law aro to bear 5 per oent. interest instead of 6 percent.
Aid. Scoullar introduced a   by-law
for naming and numbering the Btreets,
which was read a first thne.
The council then adjourned.
Maple nhtgt- Notes.
Tho most successful open meeting of
New Era Lodge, I. O. G. T., since the
inception of tho order nt Maplo Ridge,
was held in the school houso Wednesday evening uf last weok. Tho attendance was so latgo that not only were
tho seats all taken up, but all the
available standing room of the sohuol
room was occupied. The ordor was all
that could bo desired. Mr, D. Mc-
Gilvray, of Sumas, W. G. C. T. of
B, 0., presided. Tho programme consisted of musical and litorary selections
and addresses. With the exception of
the chairman's excellent address the
"bill of fare" of the evening's entertainment was rendered by local talent.
To oulogize on the manner in which
each and all rendered hu or her part
would be imposing a task on The Columbian with whioh your correspondent does not feel at liberty to tax the
patience of its numerous readers.
The names of the performers were;
Miss Jennie Trembath, Miss Agnes
Irving, and Messrs. McAdam, McKay,
Pope, J. and A. Docksteader, Russel,
Henry, Armstrong, Howison and Murray, and Rev. Mr. Stevons. The address delivered by Mr. McKay was a
masterpiece of eloquence. He delineated in the most graphic style the
effects of alcohol on the system, and
closed his speech by a magnificent
peroration, which completely enraptured the audience and called forth
rounds of applause. Seven names were
added to the list of Good Templars. A
unanimous vote of thanks, wss tendered the chairman, and the meetiug
broke up after singing the National
Anthem. A casual visitor oould not
but observe that the temperance <«n*
temeut at Maple Ridge is in the ascendant and that the peoples' motto is
"No sale of any intoxicants within the
municipality."
THE CRONIN MYSTERY .SOLVED.
Chicago, May 28.—That P.' O'Sul*
livau, the Lakeview iceman, made a
full confession yesterday concerning
his connection with the murder of
Cronin and gave to the police the
names of several persons implicated in
the awful crime, is confirmed this
morning. Capt. Schaack when uked
about the matter hesitated and finally
said; "Well there is no use in denying it, Sullivan gave us a good many
valuable pointers, but we can't give
them out now without hurting our
case." Chief Hubbard when questioned in the matter admitted that a
wellknown man is being closely watched
aud that while ho is at liberty to go
where he chooses in thia city he is partially uuder arrest, and any attempt
on his part to leave the city would re*
Bult in his being placed behind tbe
bars. Chief Hubbard was at work all
night and was at his desk early this
morning. He refused to say whether
there were any arrests made since Sullivan was taken into custody, but
from his manner it was inferred several arrests were made last night - -
THE FAULKNER TRIAL*
Roch-ister, N. Y., May 28.—The
jury in the Faulkner trial returned for
a third time this morning and told
Judge Cox it was impossible to agree.
They were accordingly discharged.
The last two ballots resulted in a vote
of 11 to 1 in favor of conviction. Ute
man who held out from the beginning
and who caused the disagreement waa
ex-supervisun Frederick Goetzmar, of
the town of Webster. Faulkner's bail
was reduced to $15,000. The defendant ia one of the most prominent men
in the state. He has a gallant war
record, was for years a member of tbe
Democratic State Committee and was
at one tune chairman of tho committee.
Judge Cox. expressed his sorrow at the
failure to find a verdict, and unwilling*
ly discharged the jury.
A NEW RAILWAY.
San Francisco. May 28, -—'The
Chronicle this morning says that President Adams of the Union Pacific, hai
acknowledged that the company bu
begun taking estimates for a new line
of road to run parallel tu the Northern
Pacifio from Portland, Oregory to
Seattle W. T„ at a cost of $4,000,0X0.
The distance by the Union Pacific is
about 186 miles, which can be eut
down, so the president saya, to 176
miles by running a "bee line" to
Seattle and a branch line to Tacoma,
TAKEN BACK.
A. Leonard Meyer," ex-mayor of
Phoenix, Ariz., accused of embezzle*
-meat, and who was arrested on the
steamer Mexico on her arrival from
Victoria, B. C, yesterday, wu taken
back to Phoenix by a detective this
morning.
RAILWAY   ACCIDENT.
Bridgeport, Conn., May 28.—Two
freight trains collided on Housatio R.
R, ucar Trumbell station, early this
morning. Two men were fatally injured. Both engines were wrecked
beyond repair and several cars were
smashed to pieces,
NO COMMISSION NOW.
New York, May 28.—Referring to
the withdrawal of the appointment of
the commissioners to settle the Haytian war, the Herald saya thin morning: The real reason for this coup
d'etat is withheld from everybody.
Hippolyte had already assured bur
government, through an unofficial
source, that he would be glad to offer
to tho United Statea the privileges of
a naval station at Mole St. Nichol,
which would give us coveted and decided advantages. Ho alao aaid ht
would be happy to draw the ties closer by additional treaty privileges, and
render more intimate the relation! of
the. countries. After the appointments had been officially announocd,
news was received at the state department from the consul at Cape
Haytien, that the ultimate triumph of
Hippolyte's forces was now assured;
that it waa only a question of a tew dayi
when ho would be master of the lituation, and. that Legitime would be oompelled to surrenderor fleef rom the country. Theobjcct which tho administration
had in sending out this commission of
special envoys to Hippolyte at this
time would not in all probability exist
two weeks hence, and the instructions
under which they might now depart
might be useless on their arrival at
Cape Haytien. Until tho state department has further information u
to the statics of the contest in Hayti,
it is deemed advisable to cancel the
appointments.
HARD ON THE FARMERS.
Kalamazoo, Mich., May 28.—John
Earle a heavy grain buyer at Schoolcraft, this county, haa failed for an
amount variously estimated from $40,*
000 to $100,000. Assets very small.
Many farmen lose heavily. Bad
wheat speculation is assigned as the
cause.
FROM VICTORIA.
Tbo Webli rnrty Ms,, trnm Alaska.
Tke Nirlk mane Heel Is Cnter Mas*
to Ball tar B-krlai's IM.
Special to the Columbian.
Victoria, Ms- 28.—The fire on th.
Indian reserv. -resierda-r was a bush
Ure, not Indian hols as was reported.
To-day wss Tory sultry.
Tho Islander with tho Webb party
arrived at an early hour thia morning
(rom Vaooouwer. They aro highly da-
lighted with tho trip to Alaska.
It is reported that the fleet hss ordors to sail for Behring, Sea, and will
do so on June 10th. Tho war ahlps
which will go an th. Swiftsure, Attn,-
phlou and loans.'. It is not known
whether thoir orders an to prot-wt
scalers or not.
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The Royal Soap Works at St. Boniface wen totally destroyed by *n on
Saturday evening.   Lossf20,000, THE  DAILY   COLUMBIAN
mrf if-erax* meet, tutor,
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If nny one hu tny doubts on tho
score ol what British Columbia, and
this particular part of our "glorious
province," will produce, under ordinary conditions, in tbe horticultural
lino, Irt him read, mark, learn, and
Inwardly digest a description which
appear, in this paper of Alderman
Cunningham's fine garden on Folium street, or, better still, pay a
visit, if possible, to the garden itself
and soo and believe for himself. It
is almost impossible by printed
won), to convey anything like an
adequate picture of the variety and
luxuriance of a garden such as our
representative visited yesterday, and
when, to the insuffioienoy of mere
words is added the fact that the
"wretched reporter" was overcome
by. double dose of "strawberries
and cream," weighing ten to the ton
—to the pound, we meant to say—
and that besides halcyon visions of
unspeakable gooseberries and apricots, raspberries and peaches, prunes
and nectarines, floated tranquilly,
tnd anon whirled in mad riot,
through tho puzzled reportorial
brain, it will be easily understood
that a description written under
■uoh circumstances oan not be expected to muoh more than hint at
the indescribable glories of suoh a
garden as Alderman Cunningham'.,
we venture to say that an eastern
horticulturist would be paralyzed by
a view ot th. luxuriance and fruit-
fulness of this modem Eden, and it
ii only a sample of what the distriot and province can produce in
innumerable instances.
The naval supremacy of Great
Britain, well observe, an eastern co-
temporary, depends not only upon
her fighting ships, but upon her possessing fortified coaling station, in
every part of the world, where men.
of-war may replenish their bunkers
and repair. In accordance with' a
policy entered upon some years ago,
continues the journal referred to,
Esquimalt it being fortified, a great
dry dock it being built ttwre, »t*it
it to become the complement of Hong
Kong as a naval station. This work
is being done with no idea of threatening any intereat of the United
States. If Esquimalt is to be fortified with reference to any power,
that power is Russia, which has
similar fortification, on the other
side of the Pacifio tt Vladivostok.
The Jingo in the United States, like
til other Jingoes, is a sensationalist,
and already* an-attempt is being
made to produce a war scare about
the fortification of Esquimalt
When the infantry school was established at St John, an American
Jingo attempted, to produce a war
scare in the Northern States by describing the devastating maroh of thi.
truly formidable army of sixty or
eighty men to Albany; tnd this ridiculous freak of the imagination
totutlly produced t certain tmount
of alarm, which found voice in t demand thtt the United State, ahould
gwrison Rouse's Point tnd Plttts-
burg. If the people of thi. continent
with to preserve themselves tnd
their descendtnta from tlie cures of
militarism tnd of latent, if not actual
war, they should deprive themselves
of the pleasing excitement of occt-
■iontl war scares, tnd take great
owe to give no cause for the crettion
pf one. Canada hai, in thit matter,
kept her head much better than the
United States.
Ih. court, of Michigtn, uy. tn
exchange, will soon htve to determine whether or not stage marriages
ire valid. Heretofore nobody hu
claimed thtt they were, but tn totor
bti recently raited the queition in
such t manner thtt it cannot be
dodged, tnd the court, will tcoord-
ingly htve to tattle it for him.
Albert Altner tnd Carrie Booakirk
ore members of the Babel-Alburtut
Specialty Company, t theatrical
. troupe which hit for several monthi
been toting. t -nek-drama in which
the hero tnd heroine ere married in
the lut tot. Altner took the ptrt
of the hero and Miss Vtn Booakirk
tbttof the heroine, tnd their toting
wu so effective thtt the marriage
None always elicited rounds ol tp.
plause from thetudienoe. Thing,
went well enough until one fine
■naming Altn.r informed Hits Vtn
Booskirk thtt it wu hll wish thit
die should hereafter call hereelf Mrs.
Altner. Miu Via Booskirk wu
astonished at this demand, and was
■till more astonished when Altner
informed her that he regarded her
u U. wife. He insisted tbat the
ttage marriage ceremony in which
the* had acted the nrt of bride tnd
groom wm a marriage In tut and
wu MOJtqnently binding. As it
happened, Mis. Van BboiUrk did
aot desire to here Mr. Altner for a
huband. In fact, there wts another
oandidate for that poiition who had
previously been promited the ap-
point-neat A. Altner wu per-
■hta-V fcewever, tnd u Mis.
Via Bootklrk wu not quite certain whether die wu really Miu
V«n, BMtkirk or Mn. Altner,
m_-___Wt-il 'or divorce.   Thii]
wu a happy thought, for if
the ia not Mr. Altner, the courts
will uy so, tnd if she i. Mrs. Altner, ahe will probably secure a
divorce. Pending a decision, the
mnrritge scene has lioen cut out,
tnd Michigan audiences no longer
yell themselves hoarse over the
realistic acting of Miss Van Booskirk and Mr. Altner. If the courts
deoido tbat stage marriages are
binding, a general overhauling of
melodramas will be necessary. The
hero will be careful about claiming
the heroine if he realizes that he is
really claiming her for life, and the
heroine will hesitate before throwing
herself iuto the arms of the hero if
she considers that it will require
legal proceedings to get her out
again.    ________________________
Dr. Tuke, who visited Canada t
few years ago, tnd at the time animadverted somewhat upon the management of the insane in tbe province of Quebec, alleges in an article
which bas recently appeared in tlio
Nineteenth Century that tho treatment of brain diseases has not kept
abreast with the march of medical
science.   Of late years the practice
of   surgery  has   made  enormous
strides.   At a  result of sanitary
legislation and private efforts to improve the general condition of existence  there hss been a marked increase  in the average duration of
life.   Still the country suffers under
a steady augmentation of the incubus of pauper lunacy.   For the last
twenty years the average increase of
lunatics in asylums has amounted to
fifteen thousand, the gross number
of all registered lunatics in Great
Britain  being forty-six thousand.
Reference to the lunacy blue books
show that the annual proportion of
recoveries   in   asylums is  about
thirty-eight   per cent,  of  which
about one-half relapse and ten per
cent of patients resident die.   It is
Dr. Tuke't opinion that asylums, instead of developing into hospitals
for  the cure of disease, have remained simply lodging houses for
the insane.   They perform the philanthropic work  of  keeping their
afflicted  patients  comfortable and
neglect the essential feature of cure.
Comfort and even luxury is secured
at great expenditure, but there is
little  evidence offered of scientific
enquiry into diseased conditions of
the brain, All asylums are provided
with plentiful means of recreation,
but none of them are provided with
hospitals for the treatment of recent
and acute cases.   The duties of tho
medical superintendent are far too
multifarious, and the medical portion of his work is rendered subordinate  to other claims.   The assistant physicians are often inexperienced youths fresh from college.
Insanity is not a mysterious dispon-
tetion of Providence without an explained cause or t proposed remedy.
To render asylums curttivo establishments Dr. Tuke insists that eaoh
'ihould be provided with a hospital
distinct from the main institution,
the patient, to be submitted to the
lame  system  of examinations as
those in large general hospitals, The
entire time and energy of the Vnedi
oil  superintendent should \h_ reserved  for his professional duties,
tnd the staff ample and experienced.
Every case demands and should obtain separate individual treatment
Tbe results of these improvement!
would   be  a rapid increase in the
number of recoveries, the gradual
building up of a true system of pathology, and a rational mode of
treatment   Insanity is said to be
steadily   increasing   in  the  New
World as well u in the Old, and
suggestions from so distinguished an
authority  ai Dr. Tuke are quite
worthy of serious consideration.
Job printing ol all kinds neatly done
at the Oolu-sbux office. Fries will bs
found as low as at tut other offic In
the province.—Aiv
Children .Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
FOR SALE.
mHE HOUSE ON FRONT   BTREET
X   lately uried as a
Hotel and Bakery
By Albert Delbel. Tho oven Is In prime
condition: two yuan*' lease.
Apply to 0. A. KELLY,
dmyxlto McKenxle Hi.
AUSTIN'S HAY MARKET
For Hay, Straw, Wheat, Bran, Shorts,
OU Cake, *o.
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For Groceries. Hardware, Rope, Platform Scales, Ao.
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For Choice Potatoes, Carrots, Turnips,
Onions, tke.
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For Good Teams and Sober Teamsters.
AUSTIN'S PRINCIPLES!
Square Dealing and Total Abstinence.
■ ,-     - ■■■ dletJle ll
Now Landing
Ex "GHANA" tnd other Arrivals
from Greet Britain.
100 tons Pig Iron.
25,000 Fire Bricks.
800 casks Portland
Cement.
(A Oholoe Auortment].
Curtis t, Harvey's Sporting and
Blasting Powder.
J. &W. Stuart's Patent Double
knotted Netting,Twines,&c.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Real Estate and Financial Agency
RICHARDS, HAYWOOD & MACKINTOSH,'
Conveyancers tt Notaries Public.
37. O. Box  SIS.
Tolop"h.o*a.o 2-To. (51.
Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
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VANCOUVER.
51 VATE8 ST,
VICTORIA.
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-UnrHtU
THE QUEEN'S IS A FINE BRIOK HOTEL, FINISHED IN
the best style and fitted with all modern conveniences, having
bath rooms and closets on every floor. It has lately been elegantly furnished throughout, and the appointments are complete in every way.
The cuisine, under the charge of a first-olasu white chef, is a specialty,
and the best of everything will always be found on the table
Tl . Queen's is intended to be a superior house in every respect, and
we hope, by care and attention to the comfort and wants of guests, to
win their appreciation.
Ten-sis, !"52.00 to $3.00 per Day.
MILLER A CO., Proprietors.
JAMES D. RAE
[SUCCESSOR 10 D. McPHADENl
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OP FIRST-CLASS
Groceries and Provisions
jFktb mm .   _Mr. ea •
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Merchant Tailors
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Garments
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dmhlyl
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COLUMBIA STIIEET, WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
IMPORTER OF
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Faints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Ohinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Orates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTURER OF
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CONTRACTS FOR
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Plumbing, Boeflnt,**.
WANTED.
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HENRY V.EDMONDS.
4m$
SERVICE BULL
THE REGISTERED PEDIOREE HOL-
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Gugertha Prince 5,
Will stand tor service this season at D.
McPhwlen's Garden, Edinburgh atreet.
Terms reasonable.
Milch Cows for Sales
1). MePHADEN,
Proprietor.
d27mylm
Kum Hikg,
Manager.
Port Kells
This Fino Townsite, at the Fresh -Water
Junction of the
Southern Railw'y
I) Miles .ibave WrstMla-ter.
Has just been Surveyed, and tlio Lots
are for sale by
WOODS. TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Of New Westminster, B, C.
The advantages end prospects of this
Plot for a future thriving Town are
many.
The Land in the vicinity is good,
There are inexhaustible IRON ORE
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, immediately adjacent, as well as vast strata of
the finest BUILDING SAND and POTTERY CLAY.
On tbe Townsite are a number of valuable MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication by land and water is
unequalled, by reason of the location of
the Townsite on the Fraser River and
the Southern Railway, while the natural
elevation and lay of the land ean not be
excelled as a situation for a fine town,
The ground is open andclear of heavy
timber.
The site hu been selected as one of
the most Important stations on the
Southern Railway, and with the com*
pletioo of the road, in the near future,
must, with all its other advantages,
spring into prominence at once.
Those who apply early will have the
pick ot the Lots.
A clear title given with every pur*
chase,
Parties wishing Lots con apply as well,
on the premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
dmyWc Propo-stm.
GROCERIES
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Canadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
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Maxwell Mowers
The Little Maxwell
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NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Planet, jr., Garden Tools,
Lawn Mowers, &c. &c.
Tiger Rake
Sharp's Do.
Maxwell Do.
BRITISH COLUMBIA MAT MARKET,
Columbln Street, New Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PURVEYORS IN GENERAL.    FRESH AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
-- . 9-Spccial lines quoted lor tho shipping trade.   Family orders strictly attended
to.   Hotels will find it to their Interest to place their orders with tho'above firm,.
cHBnoly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBACH,
raUCCEHSOKS TOM TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams* Bacon, Satisage, Bolognas, Etc
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COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
The Columbian Fm-rnxa Establishiiiint hut first-class ftotatie. for
oil Und. of Oommwciai Printing, Bill Head!. Latter Heidi, Circular*,
Cardi, Envelope!, Blank Forme of ovory description, Poller., Oodgera,
Prioe Ult*, oKi' Pricos will l» found a. low t. it tnjr other offlos where
first-clsts work it done.
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES _ RANGES!
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
Intending Buyers should make a note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell i
more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province.   Our superior line of Stoves and'
low prices do the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
6ran*rille & Water Sts,, Van ou7sr i
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THIS SPACE BKXiONGS TO
H. T. READ & CO.,
HARDWARE MK1ICHANT8.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine Shop]
Front St., New Westminster, 8. C.
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AGRICULTURAL & ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DDNE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
V. 8.—All orders from tlie upper country promptly attended to.
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Chas. McDONOUGHj
front Street, NewWestminster.
NewWestminster MillsWoolen Roods
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS M kinds of Woolen W
KEADY-MAD1* CLOTHING.
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factures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home|
Industry. dmh30tc
Douglas & Deighton,
MAHUFAOTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF
HARNESS SADDLES and DRIDLES]
SADDLEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,      New Westminster, B. C.
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS.   ALL WORK OP THE BEST MATERIAL AND]
WORKMANSHIP." PRICES LOW.
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ROYAL OITY
Planing Mills Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
tUXUPAOTCKERS AHD DKAI.EB8 IK
All Kinds of Rongli and QrBSSBA Lumber
Shingles- Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
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Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows.
Mouldings. Balusters,
Blinds. •    Brackets.
Ratlings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
twiMwir ANNOYING  HABITS.
Sumo uf tho Funny Tilings Absent-Mlo-letl
or Worrloil Persons Do.
■•-TuRt tool*, at thut girl I"
"Yoa; itisMisa Blank. WhatabouthcH"
" Don't you soo lior touRuol"
"Uhl Yea. Isn't It -lorfoctly dreadful?
Tlicy say alio always sticks it out like that
whou slio's thinking about nny thing."
Tho young woman in question was promenading on Wost Fourteenth Btreet early
ono morning recently, attired iu a bowitoh-
in;,* costume and with a pensivo expression,
whilo the tip of hor littlo tongue protruded
between two lips of tho description known
to novolists as coral, says tho New York
Mail and Express. "Yos," said one of her
feminine acquaintances, "sho always doos
that whon thoughtful or worried. It'B ono
of thoso terrible habits which, whon once
contracted, stick closer than a million
brotlici-B. Miss Blank began it whon a
child, and no one evor took the trouble to
break her of it. Now, poor girl, it mortifies hor terribly to be told about it, though,
of courso, sho Ib anxious to euro herself.
Uut thon overy one has somo curious littlo
habit which ho would bo vory glud to break
if ho could; somo trick moro or less unpleasant caused in the first placo probably
by norvousnosB. Wo all know tho man who
in porpctuoliy pulling up his collar. Then
thoro is tho girl who is always rubbing ono
oyo as if in soareh of a stray oyo-lasb, and
tho nmn who cun't bo happy without a moro
or loss f ragilo article to twist and bond and
turn ubout in hia fingers. Auy thing and
overy thing from your finest lace handkerchief to your now and extremely delicate
paper cutter iB sacrificed to tho domon of
nervousness which possesses him, and yet
you can't find it in your heart to rob bim of
his plaything. Ho is quito happy and at his
caso so long aa ho Ib allowed to twirl and
twist as much as he wants to, but bereft of
tho temporary object of his affection ho
would bo abjectly miserable, and you know
it. Many a man oan talk fluently uud well
whilo winding somo thing—any thing—
about his finger, who, without it, would bo
constrained, awkward, silent.
" Ono of the most annoying forms of this
dlscaso is tho Incessant tattoo which somo
pooplo koop up on thoir knees or the tablo
or wliatovor happens to bo most convoniont
ns u key-board. I have noticed that musicians usually indulge this habit, and it is a
very trying ono, though I don't know that
it is worse than 'twiddle your thumbs.'
Thero aro lots of othor curious littlo ways
peculiar to individuals. I known man who,
when embarrassed, always taps tho side of
his -nut* with his littlo finger, and a girl
who is so given to pushing her hair behind
lib? loft oar that sho has worn a bald spot
thoro."
HAS  AN   EAGLE  EYE.
Au Eccentric Detroit Millionaire His Own
NlBht Watchman.
'.* Thero goes a man," said a passenger on
u Fort streot cor to a Detroit Tribune reporter, im he pointed to tho occupant of a
li'ilndsomo carriage rolling rapidly along
boltlnd two noble-looking Bteeds, " whom a
good many poople, if they knew his peculiarities, would call a crank."
"How so.'" nsked ono who had often noticed the goutloman riding by with folded
anna und impassive face.
"Woll, you know ho ia tho proprietor of
u lnrgo factory in tho western part of tho
city, und resides in a palatial residenco
abo'u t u half-mile distant Evory night, cx-
arfly. nt timo o'clock, rain or snow, winter
oi- summer, ho visits tho factory with a
lantern nnd scours tho huge building from
!>:•.-.' :uent to top floor to boo that ovory
thlug is proporty placed. In tho most frooz-
hvr cold of winter and tho most suffocating
he i of summer this samo journoy and examination aro accomplished. Should any
workman bo careless or unfortunate
ctioagk to mislay his tools or put auy thing
combustible in proximity to danger, ho ia
opcc-iily reprimanded and ofton summarily
discharged. This odd toBk ho hus performed
nightly for nearly fifteen yoars.
" lie pursues a nimilar courso with rogard
to lib homo. Generally he sits reading in
his library until midnight, and Immediately
before retiring ho makes a thorough inspection of tlio houso. Every nook uud cornor
is faithfully scrutinized, uud woo unto tho
servants, to whom ho is ordinarily vory
kind and indulgent, if they havo been remiss in tbelr dutlos.
"But his peculiarities do not censo horo.
Although ho is vory wealthy—tho rumor circulates thai, ho haa so much ready cash that
ho is nt a loss to know what to do with it-—
he hus not und will not invest ono cent In
railroads. Uo owns and isorcctlnghand--
somo and substantial buildings in nil purts
of tho city, ho iB adding improvements to
thou continually; ho is purchasing dosir-
alilo nnd contral sites, and all for tho pur-
■' pose of decreasing his largo bank account.
Bui. railroad stock is seveivly shunned.
Yet, ho goes further than that I havo
hoard somo of his friends say thnt ho hus
nevor rlddon on a railroad train in Ida life,
and very, very seldom does ho board a
street-car."	
THE  BIHTH TAX. '
A Iteiuiirkiible llunlon That Was Onco
Imposed on Engliilimen.
Many strange methods of taxation havo
been adopted in this country. Tho first tax
ovor imposed was tho ono levied by Julius
Caesar, who ordered tho chiefs of tho various clans to send annually to Rome a
given number of men and wild animals.
Tho formor, ho said, would bo retained as
hostages and tho lattor would bo used for
tho great fights in tho Coliseum. But vory
ofton tho men and tho wild animals wero
put on an equal footing and forced to flght
with euch othor iu eight of tho bloodthirsty
and applauding Romans. But of all the
tnxoo over imposed on a poople, says Cftrtro-
bci-a1 Journal, tho " birth tax " was tho most
n.lhun. It lasted thirteen years, dating
from 1005. Evory person not in receipt of
, uluio wna required to pay two shilling!) for
J ovory "littlo struugcr" tlmt came into ox-
l-ilcuco, llio tax waa a groat burdon to tho
lower ordors; but tho nobility and gentry
wero subjected to still heavier payments
than thoir poorer neighbors.
Thirty pounds had to bo paid on the birth
of l !io child of a Duke. This sum gradually,
diminished, according to a certain fixed
soiilo, until it roaehed 10 shillings, tho
amount* levied on rout estate of £50,001),
poraoiml estato of £000 and up*
ward, ncasonnblo oxcuao ean bo givon
in mo3l.cnnc3 why Itls that certain things
araltctcdt but whoro tho importers of tho
"birth tux" can find an oxcuso seems to our
modern minds impossible. Contcmporuno-
ouuly with this "birth tax" thoro existed
another nailed tbe "bachelor's tax." It was
'not a vory heavy Imposition, ond was probably intended to bo as much a reminder of
their duty as tho moans of "raising tho
wind," which William III. so ofton stood la
neod of.
As soon ns a man reached tho age ot
twenty-live ho was liable to tho tax, which
wus 1 -drilling yearly till ho took to himself a
Bpo:\:.c But it did not stop with bachelors;
and horo wo think it was unjust, for it taxed
Widowers without children. Besides tho
flhllilup; every map had to pay an amount
ik-cc'i-M-tig to hts rank for tho luxury (or
ut-c-.vJao) of shigle-blcsscdnoso; thus a
Dt.;.- or un Archbishop was amerced In tho
yu.-.'-iy num of £12 10b.; an esquire, £1 5b.;
a youJuuiau, 5s, Social distinctions were'
nicely drawn then.
A Nighty Tough Oat.
A cat with moro than tho traditional
tenacity of lifo was roscuod from a singularly perilous porch in tho fly-whool of tho
engine in a Bristol worsted mill a fow duys
ago. Tho wheel was making 1U0 revolutions per minute, and tho Intermittent
howls of dismay which escaped tho terror-
stricken follne attracted tho attention of
tho onginoor, Whon the cugino waa
stopped tho cat was stiff with fright, and Its
whole body seemed to havo been absorbed
by Ils tail. It recovered after a fow spasms
ou tlio ground. The engineer believes that
tho cat had been clinging to the wheel for
ut least two or threo hours,
The Alphabet or Genu,
Bomo euo haa got up an alphabet of
precious stones aa follows: Amethyst,
beryl, chryBoboryl, ' diamond, emerald,
feldspar, garnet, hyacinth, Idoc'rase,
kyiinlto (more coinmoply cyiinite, a bluo
mineral,) lynx-Buppliiro, milk-opal, nutro-
lito, opal, pyrope- quarts, ruby, sapphlro,
toptu, uranlte- vesuvianite to species of
garnet,) water-sapphire, xanthito, ilreon '
Streets and Park Debenture By-Law.
A By-Law to ratee by loan the
suiii of $85,000 lor Street and
Park Improvements*
WHEREAS IT IS EXPEDIENT
that the council of the city of New
WestminBter should provide for the improvement of certain Btreets in said city,
and of Queen's Park.
And whereas it will be necessary, in
order to effect said improvements, to issue debentures of the said eity for a sum
of money not exceeding §85,000.
And whebeas for the nayment of interest and creating a sinking fund for
payment of said debentures it will be
necessary to raise the sum of §5,1)50 annually by special rate in each year.
And wheheas the amount oftho whole
rateable property of the said eity, according to the last revised assessment roll, is
the sum of $2,540,245.
And wheheas the total amount of the
existing debt of the said eity is 6155,500,
irrespective of the sum of $200,000 proposed to be borrowed under authority of
tho Wator Works Debenture By-Law,
which by-law is to be submitted to a vote
of tho electors of the city concurrently
with this by-law.
And wheheas, for the purposo of raising the Baid yearly sum of $5,050 un annual special rate of 2 2-6th mills in the
dollar will be required.
Therefore, the Mayor and Aldermen
of the city of New WestminBter, in counoil assembled, enact as follows:
1. It shall be lawful for the mayor of
thB hu id city to ralso by way ot loan
from any pcrnon or persons, body or
bodies corporate, wbo inuybo willing h>
advance llio same upou the credit of the
debentures hereinafter mentioned a sum
of money not exceeding Inthe whole the
sum of 885,000.
2. It shall be lawful forthe said ninyor
to cause any number of debentures to bo
made for suoh sums of money us may bo
required, but not for lens than 3100 euch,
sueh debentures to be sealed wltb tho
Heal of the corporation, signed by tbe
mayor nnd countersigned by tho treasurer of tho said city.
I). The Bald debentures Bhall be made
payable ln fifty years at furthest from the
day on which this by-law lakes eflect,
either lu sterling money of Great Britain
or in currency of this province or the
country wheie the same mny respective!jibe mado payable, which mny be la any
pluce or places authorized by law us may
bo agreed upon between the purchaser or
purchasers thereof and the mayor, and
the Raid debentures shnll havo attached
to tbem coupons for tho payment of in*
terest.
-1, Thesaid debentures shnll bear interest at the rate of flvo per centum per annum from the date thereof, whioh interest
Bhall be payable half-yearly on tbe first
days of January and July tn each and
every year.
5. For the purpose of forming a sinking
fund tor the payment of the said debentures und tbe IntereHt thereon nn equal
annual special rate of 2 and 2*6lh mills In
thcdollarshnU be levied and collected,
in uddltion to all other ratea, in ench year
upon ull the rateable properly in tint nuI-j
eity during the currency of the said debentures or any of them.
ti. All moneys arising from the said rate
beyond tho amount required for the payment of Interest upon tho snld debentures
may be invested tn each year as the council of the snld corporation may direct, for
tho purpose of --renting a sinking fund for
the redumption of thesaid debentures as
they respectively become duo, without
prejudice to auy of tho powers conferred
upon the snld council by the aet of incorporation,
7. The proceeds of tbe debentures Issued
and sold under authority of this by-law
sliall be applied to Improve--]ems on
Queen's Park and the Btreeu. bereintftor
mentioned, unit, as nearly ln the proportion following ns may to the said council
seem expedient, that Is to any: Queen's
riirk.glB.uOO; Columbia stroet,St-OUO: Provost, Dallas and Carnarvon streets, fe2,f-00:
Agnes street, $2,500; Royal avenue, $3,000;
Queen's avenue, (0,000; Pelham Btreet,
$.1,600; Montreal street, $3,000; Melbourne
atreet, 92,500; Leopold Pluce, $500; Paik
Une, $1-500; Clinton street, $3,000; St, Patrick htreet, $1,000; Clement slreet, $.1,000;
St, Georgo streot, $1,000; Mary street, $1,000;
St. John street, $1,000; Douglas street,
(5,000; Halifax street, $750; Kl. Andrew'*)
ami Elllco streets. $8,000; Fort-Kqut* Btreet
k'2,'00; Edinburgh slreet, $2,500| London
street. $1,000; Blueklc street,ST-00; Merlvnle
street. $500; Blackwood street, 3500; McKenzie street, extending and malting,
*7-,5oo: streets In fit, Andrew's square, $1-500;
fit. a-jorgei* hqunre, eM; Hi. Pntrlek's
square, $1,000; sidewalks und general
atreet repairs, (8,1150; provided that out of
the snld sum of $15,000 set apart for
the Improvement or Queen's Park there
shall be paid Into the city treasury to the
credit of the general account Ihe sum of
13,00-1, being tbeamount alreody expended
oat of tho general revenue for 1'nrk Improvements; provided nlso that if the requirements of hny of the streois ubove
mentioned should be found to be less or
greater than tho sum apportioned to m-in
slreet, the snld sum mny be Inorensed or
-llmlniMhcd us tn tho circumstances may
seem to the council expedient, and lhe
surplus, if any*1 remaining nut of ihcun*
prnpriuttons abovo set out, nfter snld
sire-Ms have been completed, may bo applied io other workB of permanent li> -
proYcnient nol ->pcc!(lt-d herein, nt tho
discretion of the r-<ttncll,
B. This by-law shall take effect and
come into foroe on the 17th dny of Juuc,
A.D., 1889.
0. Thu by-law, before the final passing
thereof, shall receive the assent of tho
electors of tbe oity ln the muuner provided by the New Westminster Aot, -PS8,
and amending acts.
10. This by-law may bo cited ns the
Street nnd Purk Improvement Debenture
By-Law, 1889.
By-law reed a flrst time on the Oth dny
of May, 1880.
By-law rend asecond time on theoth duy
of May, 1889.
' NOTXOB.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE
is a true copy of the proposed Bylaw whioh will be taken into consideration by the Municipal Counoil of the
City of New Westminster after one
month irom tho Brat publication thereof
in the British Columbian newspaper,
which publication took place on the 15th
day of May, 1880, and that a voto of
the doctors of the oity will be taken on
snid proposed By-law at the New City
Hall, Market Square, in said oity on the
13th day of June, 1HKO, between
the hours of 0 o'elook a.m, and fi o'clock
p.m. D. ROBSON,
City Clerk.
THE WESTMINSTER
Poultry Yards
JOHN 8. OOX, Prop.
ho
■S Light Drahmna,
^H^P    ' Partridge CoohhlttB,
Jta^Kyc..Plymouth Books,
flSMV^Whltc face Dl-k Bp*.nlah
White Crested, BUck  nnd Golden
Poland*.
IIoHilanit      SllTcr-penetlUd   llatn*
burn*
BUck, Hed and Pitt Games*
Toulouse Geese.     Houen Dttcki.
My Yards are open for inspection.
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Uhd Survevo*).
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N-TAIT PU6U-.
WookTmurlbUi
LAND SURVEYORS,
I
AND CONVEYANCERS.
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FIRH.-The Western of Toronto/The .^Etna, The Oity of London, and The Hartford.
UPB,-The New York Life Insurance Co.
AOOIDBNT—The Travellera'of Hartford
Land Surveying- In all Its branches accurately and promptly oarried out
Oltr and Suburban Lands Air Sale'
We can show a complete ll-t ot desirable
localities.
farming Lands, Improved and uuim*
provei, throughout tho dlslrlct,
Mining and other Stoek bought and
sold.
Money to Loam on flnt mortgage at
low rates. 	
TELEPHONE CALL NO. 33.
P. O. DllAWBR W.
W000B, TURNER A OAMBU,
OfflH, ELUIDI IL00K,    -    ClLUMIW tTIEIT
NKW WESTMINSTER.
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Water Works Debenture By-Law.
A By-Law to provide for the
issue of Water Works Debentures*
WHEREAS BY THE "NEW
Westminster Act, 1888," an act
of the legislature of British Columbia,
passed in the fifty-Brat year of the reign
of Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, and
chaptered forty-two relating to the cor-
poration of the City .of New Westminster, it is among other things provided
that tho council of the corporation of
tlie said city may, subject to the provisions cf the said act, pass by-laws for
constructing water works, and providing
for the expenditure thereof.
And Wherbah it is expedient that
the council should provido for tho construction of water works for the sup'
plying of water to tho inhabitants of
tho Baid city.
And Whereas, in order to carry into
effect the said proposed construction, it
will be necessary to issue debentures of
the said corporation for a sum of money
not exceeding two hundred thousand
dollars.
And Whereas, for the payment of
the said debentures, sinking fund and
interest, it will require the Bum of
$14,000 to bo raised annually by special
rato in each year.
And Whereas the amount of the
wholo rateable proporty of the said city
aooording to the lost revised assessment
roll is the sum of 82,510,245.
And Whereas tho total amount of
the existing debt of the city is the sum
of $155,500, irrespective of the Bum of
§85,000 proposed to be borrowed under
authority of the Streets and Park Improvement Debenture By-law, whioh
liy* law is to be submitted to a voto of
the electors of the city concurrently
with tliis by-law.
Therefore, the corporation of tho
City of New Westminster enacts as
follows:—■
1. Itshall be lawful for tho mayor to
raise by way of loan from any person or
persons, body or bodies corporate, wbo
may be willing to advance the same upon
tho credit of the debentures hereinafter
mentioned, asum of money notexceeding
In tbe whole the sum of two hundred
thousand dollars.
2. It shall bo lawful for the mayor to
causo any number of debentures to be
made for such sumB of money as may be
required, but notfor less than one hundred
dollars eaoh, such debentures to be sealed
with the seal of tbe corporation, nnd
signed by the mayor and counter-signed
by the treasurer thereof.
8.  Thesaid debentures shall be mndo
Snyable lu fifty years at furthest from the
uy on which this by-law hikes effect,
either In sterling money of Great Britain,
or ln the currency of this province, or tbe
country whore the same may respectively
be made payable, wbloh may be In any
place or places uulhorhsed by the said net
us tuny bo agiecd upon betweon the purchaser or purchasers thereof, and the
muyor,nnd the -mid debentures shnll have
u tt ached to Ibein coupons for the payment of Interest.
4. The satd debentures Bhall bear Interest at the rate of five per centum pur
annum from the date thereof, which in-
terestshall be payable half yearly on the
first days of January nnd July lu ench
und every year.
5. For tho purpose of forming as) uking
fund forthe payment of the siild debentures nnd the Interest thereon nn equal
anniinlspeolalratQof5*^mHlslntbedollar
ahall bo levied nnd collected In addition
to all other rntes ln ench year upnn nil tho
theeurrency of the said debentures or any
rateable proporty In tho snid oily during
theeurrency of llif—-''- ■■-■■'-*  -
of thom,
ti. All monies nrlBlng from the said rate
beyond the amount required for the payment of Intorest upon tho said debentures
may be Invested in each yenr as tho council of the Buld corporation may direct, for
the purpose of creating n sinking fund for
tho redemption of the Bald debentures ns
they respectively become due, without
prejudice hi nny of the powers conferred
upon the said counoil by the said net,
7. This bylaw shall take effect on the
17th duy of June In the year of Our Lord
cue thousand eight hundred und eighty*
nine.
8. This by-law, before tho final pnsslnij
thereof, shall receive tbu assent of tlio
electors of the elly In tho manner provided by tho New Westminster Ac:, KSS, mid
[unending uots,
9 This by-la* may be elted as tho
W ntor Works Debenture By-Law, 1889.
By-law rend a first time on the Uth day
of March, 181,9,
By-law read a RCiion.1 timo on the Ilth
day of March, 1889.
IffOTIOE.
mAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE
X    is a trim copy of tl-c
 Bylaw which will hu taken into consideration by the Municipal Council of the City
of New Westmlnater n f icr one month from
tho first publication thereof in the Burr-
isii CtiLUMMAX newspaper, whuih first
publication took place on the 1.1th day
of May, ISS'.i, und that a vote of the
Electors of the City will be taken on Baid
proposed By-law at the New City Hall,
Market Square, in slid oity, on the 13th
dny Of June, 1880, between the
hours of 9 o'olock a.m. and 5 o'clock p.m.
D. ROBSON.
City Clerk.
UR T. R. DUNCAN WISHES TO IN*
lyl form the Public of Now Westminster
that he Is now prepared to give ler-sons ln
Hhon-hand In the latest nnd bint systems.
A complete course guaranteed In three
months.
Violin also laaght. Tho teaching of
children on ibis Instrument a specialty.
Address, Drawer O, City, New Westminster. daplOto
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
QAWMILL OWNERS, LOGGERS, and
p   others are notified that   our steel
Tug-boat,
"THPIO,"
Will bo roady for work about t ho Hth inst.,
and wo are prepared lo enter Into con*
tracts for all kinds of towing, lighter-
lug, Ao.
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
tlmyfito Vancouver, B. C.
2-TOTICSE.
LORESZO LERTORA, Deceased.
A LL PURHONH   hnvlni* .ny  claims
A nsnlnst tho ostnto of I/iron-t, Lot-turn,
formerly«l tlio Foiuitnlii, Hour l.illoni't,
ilcoonsod, nre herolty remilrou tn send In
ttiotinrtlotllursnr lliolr olnlms toOn.t.10
FlAnnto, nl Hnpny Vnlloy, Molohosln
IHslrlol,ortuNn',,t,ArioNINI,nMlioK„lHi-
tnln, I.tllnoot, tlio Kxoonlun, of tlio will of
tlio will nf tho snld deceased, on nr boforo
tlio lit dny nf .Inly next.
Unled .Wi April, IM.
dwmy'ml UII.I.K) piAOalo.
[RtMIIV-0 FIOM t-AHIOH TO VlOIiRISl
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. HcTAVISH,
dmh-OraO VICTORIA, B. C.
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 1«58.
M. R. SMITH A CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment to Her
Majesty's Royal Nayy, the Dominion Government, Ac.
Medal nnd Diploma awarded at tho Colonial and Indian Exhibit Ion, London, 1MB,
KAOTORY-NiagnraSt,, James Bar,
OFFICES-STFort Ht„ Viotoria, B.C.
W. O. LOYE,
oot ud Shoo Hilar,
Beualrlnc Neatly Done. Cork lole
Work a Specialty.
•arorders promptly attended to.
Olarkson St., In rear of Colonial Ho-
1*1, next to Hand Bros,' otllce.   dtli'ltc
FASHIOUT A TtT-E
DRESS MAKING
At HISS JENNINGS',
(LATE OV EsOf.ASIO
Cornet of Churoh and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
•arSiitlsfactlon guaranteed.    d«ff-7!r
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
_ New Westminster, B, C
**ar Satisfaction irnaranteod.      daplHtc
Nonoa
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we have applied to the Minister of
the Interior for a license to cut and carry
away timber on and from the following
lands:-The N.W. quarter of Section 27]
twenty-seven, the went half of Keotfon [99
thirty-three, In Township J2' two; nm
Section [801 thirty, Hi Block [SI five north,
Range one west; all In New Westminster
District.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
[Llmttedl,
Por W. A. DUNCAN.
Now West., May 25,1880. dmySGrnl
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundryi MachineWorks
THE PROPRIETORS OK THESE
works have much pleasure in notify*
Ing their friends and the public thnt they
ore now prepared to receive nud promr"-
execute any orders for work in tbelr 1
with which they may be favored,
A.HCKELVIE,
Mechanical Manager,
Vnncouvor, EC, Sth May, 1888.
  dwmyizto	
Wau A. Oashwooflnlonn
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
ALWAYS ON HAUl).
GOODS DELIVERED FREE,
dJo21U>
THE THOROUGH-BRED STOKE-POOIS
JERSEY BDLL,
"Governor Moody"
Will stand for sorvico this season ut Pel*
ham Dairy, New Westmlnater, where the
beautiful vetof tliis superbunlmnl can be
Been and inspected.
A few calves for snle.  Terms ran-on*
able.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
RALPH Booth, Proprietor.
Mnnnger, dniy^tu
Corbett & Kennedy,
MAXCFAOTOItF.ns  OF
TIN-GGPPEIl&S'Er-M,-!
•     •W-A.-R-Hl.
ULUftTKCIr. BLOCK (UPSTAIRS),
Fbokt Street,   -  New Westminhter.
TTAVING JUST OPENED IN THE
n abovo line, wo respectfully solicit a
Blmro of the trade, ami trust by careful
attention to ordors and moiierate charges
Io merit the some. Experienced workmen; sat infant ion guaranteed.
EHlimutesfiirnlr-liedforUulvaiil-'i'ilIroii
Cornice, Hoofing, Plumbing, Gas-llltlin:.
Steam and Hot Witter Heating, Ac,
MT Entrance to premises on Mary St.,
In rear of Bank of E C. dwmhOhi
TO SMOKERS.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIOAU.ASKFORTHE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
«™ MAINLAND.
IThey are not only made of the
Choicest Tobacco out they ar<> of
Home Manufacture, and slmuM be
patronized by all good citizens,    ,
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
KULBHOOK BUILDING,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwl7no!y
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
Md PEOVISIOBfS.
—AI.BO—
A WELL-SELEilED STOCK OF
nm misMNGs,
AT  THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
I.llNDIIOnM'S BLOCK,
f'olunililn Sir,'.,,     • Sew W-slmlmlrr.
North British and
mercantile
nsorTnce
OOMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Capital,    •   114,600,000.00
OF  LONDON.
Capital,     •    SO.733,000.00
RATES   AS   LOW  AH   ANT OTHER
COMPANIES DOINH BB8INESS
IN BRITISH COI.UMUIA.
T. Ch. TA.QTTES
Agent (or Nuv Westminstor Oily
mi Distriot.        tl|o.Uto
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Late Partner of John McVlcker)
MINING ENGINEER, U.B. A PBOVIN*
CIAL fSOIlVEYOK, A A8SAYEH.
Masonic Tbmplk Block, Vamcouvkr,
Brit. Col.
•VRellablo reports, underground surveys and inaps of mines executed at low
rates. Ahsiij-k madeon allkindsof minerals, gold and sliver bars. Thirty years'
experience in mining in Asia, Europe
and United Htales of America. Bpeuks
ten languages. Assays from a dlHtatico
promptly attended to. Address Vancou*
ver, B. O. dde!7te
CIVIC NOTICE.
"DEltSONS INTENDING TO tiRECT
1 Building or Fences wlthlu the City
ITmltH will be fumi-'hed with proper street
Hiich on application to tbe Counoil, or to
the Board of Worka. Applications must
belli willing.
I. O. JAQUES.
Chairman Board of works.
New West, May 8,1689. dtnySml
Lund Registry Ordinance, 1870
New Westminster Suburban Lot No, 15,
Block X.
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Tltlo lo tho above mentioned Lot
will bo Issued to Henry Elliott, on the 10th
day of June, 18811, unless in the meantime
u valid objection thereto bemadototbe
undersigned, In writing, hy some person
claiming un estate or interest ln ssid Lot
or some part thereof,
R. W, ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar,
Und Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, 7th March, 1880.
J. W. WINGER
DEAL Ell IN
Hard and Soft Wood
Draylng and Teaming
Done on Short Notice and at Reasonable Terms,
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Slock.
Orders loft ot the C. P. N. Wliert will lie
promptly delivered. dmliailo
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
OJk3_tvm_e_-m
Temple of Music I
Is tlie Place to Boy Flrst-Closs
PIANOS -™ ORGANS
At such Prices aud Terms as will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For prices nnd terms, apply to CAR*
TER'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC,
Vancouver) B. ۥ
230 Hastings St. West. dnplOtc
mm mm
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANUFACTURERS OP
OATMEAL
By tbe Latest Improved Process,
^■ABSOLUTELY   PURE,
JIIIL9 .1 -fiirlh Saanlcli.
OFFICE dl WAREHOUSE: Vl-lorla.
dmhSSmS
1TOTIOB
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT X HAVE
1 applied to the Hon. tbe Minister of
Lunds and Works for a license to cut and
remove UmbBr from the following des*
erlbed lands situated on Deep Cove of
North Arm of Burrard Inlet, In Group I,
New Westminster DUtrlct:
Commencing ut a pout set SO chains west
from Deep Cove, west 140 chains, thence
north 85 chains, thence east 98 ehalns,
thenee south MJ chains, theuce north-east
tix.4 deg., 15.50 chains, tbence sonth 46
chains to point of commencement.
W. H. HIG-GINS.
New West., a C, 10th May, 188U.     dim
NOTICE. ,
SITTINGS OF THE COUNTY COURT
of Cariboo will be held at—
Llllooet ....Thursday...23rd May ,18811.
Clinton Saturday... Sth Jnne, "
150-Mile House,..Thursday...27th   "     ■■
Soda Creek Saturday ...29th   "     -'
auesnellem'th ...Tuesday...,. 2nd July, "
ichfleld Friday. fitb   M     "
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Offloe,
24th April, 1889. dapfflml
I.
830.332 C0BD0YA KTREIT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers and Dealers tu
MACHINERY
OP ALL nr-SCKlT' JSS.
MARINE WOrFa SPECIALTY.
 dwdeaitc
Paoifl
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MAHTER-* OF VER*
Kelt-und oilier Craft navigating the
h'rai-er Itiver are cautioned to keep wllhln
the Uhovh painted Red and White, re*
xpectlvcly.nt the Mission Bridge, as during the ('oiiHtruclIon of the Bridge, nnvl*
gallon listween the banks of tbe River
ami the Buoys Is dangerous, owing to piles
being driven there.
H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent.
Vancouver, B. C, 7th May, 1880.  dmySto
Education Brabcii or tub
Provincial Secretary's Dep't,
Victoria, May 7lh, 1880.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Annual Examination of candl*
it-iic*. foi- certificates of qualification to
tofl.'i in tho ruhll*-"-mhoolsof the Provinco >vlll lie held ins f«Uo)Ys, commencing
on Munilsy, JhIj titli, at lo a. ra.:
tn Vfetoi' i.-....trrguiatlve H.I.
In Kan-loops,., Public School iJuildlng.
Each applicant must forward a notice,
thirty days before tbe Examination, slat*
lug th" ' .Bnatid trade of certificate for
which lie will li; a candidate, and the
place at wnich ho will attend.
8. D. POPE,
dmylOml Superintendent of Education.
Dominion Lands.
Jr YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
Pre-emption or foi rent of Mining or
rasing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
Rut pny In BGHXP and save a
largo discount;
Serin oan bn obtained In largo or small
quantities from
ALIOWAY A CHAMPION
s.a.*n'k:"hi"RB,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
on prov
TUK RANK 0V BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER
dwmhflte
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ItOBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Ntirlr opposite tbe Colooltl Hot.l,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
THE LARGEST ADD  CHOICEST
assortment oi .11 d-iorlptlon, oi
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Constantly ot hud, ud sncpli-d to Ftm.
lilt., Restmrut., ud 8t-*mbo»ts it th.
LOWIST FOSSIBLB PRICES.
2STOTIOE
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL COM*
munlratlons In respeot to matters
affecting the Department of Indian Affairs, should be addressed to tbe Honorable ti, Dewdney as Buperlntent General
of Indian Affairs, and not as Minister of
the Interior, or to the undersigned. All
Officers of thn Department should address
their official letters to the undersigned.
L. VANKOUGHNET,
Deputy Superintendent-General
of Indian Affairs.
Department nf Indian Affairs,
Ottawa, Ilth May. 1089.     dmy23tl8
WM. H. VIANEN,
-WHOLESALE
Mi Gib Dealer!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Highest Prioe paid for Fart.
Deer Hides.
Correspondence Invited. ■•.Telephone
'elephi
djss
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot op Douglas Street, Near
Colombia Street.
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
FRESH   BREAD,   CAKES, PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc,
Hotol and Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders promptly attended to and
delivered to any part of the eity. duih38jr
B.G.MonumenialWorks
COS. C0lUM.lt AND CHUSCH 111.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Ilnunli, y-toiH, Willi ___,
In Marble or Granite ot Best Quality.
CORNER    POSTS    AND   CURBING.
N. B.—Just received—the finest annori-
ttientof Krntt-li ttrflnlleMuTMmeMr- ever
seen n British Columbia, which will be
sold at prices putting competition out of
the question,
dwmhaiyl MIX. HAMILTON PttP.
TIME    CARD.
O.    Wm    W.    OO.
The Fine First-CIass
Str. William Irving
Will Leave the O.P.N. Co.'. Whsrt,
BV-1BT
Tuesday,Thursdays Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK MD WHY PORTS.
RetnrnlnK Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufficient Inducement offers she
will proceed to HOPE snd oa inch
occasions will leave her wharf
at 4 a. m.
Connecting with the C. P. N. CVi Steamer
for Victoria.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T. L. HUNK'S, Agent,
Now Westminster.        dapstc
Time Table!
THE 8TEAMBR
ROBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER every Mon*
dny morning at 7 o'clock for Nannlmo, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
Leaves Westminster overy Wednesday
nt 7 n. m. for Nanai mo direct, ronaeollng
with Island rnllway and Comox steamer.
Loaves Nanaimo for Vancouver on
Thursdays and Fridays and returns ume
days.
Leaves Nannlmo on Saturday at 7 a. na,
for Westminster direct.
For freight or passage apply on board,
or to T. Ij. IJmons, C. P. N. wharf,     dto
VIOTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOR SALE!
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, Ae.
Rice Heal,
FOR CATTLE FEED,
BBS
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO OET THEM AT TBI
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT A SHOE STORE IN MIUSIC0UMBU
LADIES' BOOTS ft SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses It Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
***-** REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES  R0U88EAU,
dwto ai Oeltux-.-els*. tttMstt.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM-S BUILDINO, FBOKT f*ntDCT)
XIMJ__,____mWm_B    HT
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constsntly ot Httd tt Extensive Stook of
Dry Oood8, Uroceries,  Boots tt Shoes, lata A Cspt*
Crocker*-, Glassware, At,
Great Vsrlety ol Ho-uehoH Arttolss.  Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, PQTATQE8, MME and  OSNEBAIi STORES.
*. ■.-Farm Produce bou.Ul at mtrkrt rtiis or solo* oa -wmlsslwi, mJ-itn
from tbe Iotorlor promptly au.Qded to. »]*J*o
BRITISH  COLUMBIA
LAND & INTESTIENT AfiENCT, Ld.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
i [
LAND,   )
DIRTCTOBS,
MEAD OFFICE, • 15 Seijeants Inn FleetSt * IflRDDI, IK.
Th.Biislne«oi ALLSOP * MASON bts b«i mt—i tt tht aoor. Oosspst,
tod will b. otrrled oa by th. Co-dptt-r Irom this dat. m a *-*«*stl Ls»J Itrtslstssit
and Insnranoe Agn-y.
110NKT TO LOAN on tlortpf. tt Um BUM.  Tow. Lots ttdlbntaf
Land, lor Sal. on ettj t-roa,
Victoria aCKa-rUtn.lM!.
CASTORIA
tot Infants and Ohlldrsn.
mmmmmmm^_^_m1U_tAf_\\t_tt__\\\_BBBmt
«tmmt_i_mw_n__-tittt-_k__mmm
lr»i--»rMnrll,aas»|MiM»iay-ia>.s|tlM
SSOTB-ss-a.'-     H-_--n__n,U.B„
ISI.CaMlktMllf-.'.T,
*^COT-ra()-a-jir,n-fanvt-|rM-,w,T.
M.A.McRAE
Merchant 1 allor
BEAUTIFUL ruVQB OF
Black tit Fancy Worsteds
StrlptaanclCli-ot:
iinnsiiAinR i otbeutdik
FOR BPROia AMD 8UIM.ER.
Coun-tu Si,, • Nsw W-nw-rRn.
dwmha-o
Hid Mer
HACK, LIVERY, 8TA0E,
Feed | Sale Stables
-OT»D^,^D*^SfoD?WF,*
DOUBLE AND SWtlE RMS
AtSpaelal LowRatM,
DnjiBf tad ill liadi d Tunc
Don it Ihorlast NoUos.
kilMwHi dellnnd to tar partol
a. City.
Orden by Tol.phOMwmiM.tvo prompt
atlentlon.
a-rwable. nsariy opn-sltt 0. P. R. Df
■ - ■-   ,h»wwi -
pot, Columbia St.,
djallte      QILLIV tMW. tm-
Feed,Li?eryiSale
STABLES.
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
OOD DRIVUfO^* HUIIMO HORgB,
a OOD DFJVWO^* RlUIMa
for Hire.  Htoksttlltttll
and Trains. Boeelal ttunuon
Boardlni Hone*
COAL AND WOOD
Oonstantl-ronHand.
Orden map be l.tt >t the
fettwar-wr
«ftj3»£-
W. EL80N,
Merchant Tailor,
POET MOODY, a 0.
Mr. mot win to tt th. OoXnltl Hwsl
u Int VsdiMdtFia t-Hh atatk lor
th«-m-->cMortakliiica-l-n,    dwjstts.
IMPERIAL
FIRE MSHUNCE WMPTf.
1 Ou BtnaD St. tad It Pan KtU,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
-RWBINSDBINO H0081840TH1B
£ Bolldlap, Ooods, Warn, M-nhtt-
Sm, Itaaoia-n-taf ud raraslti Sta*.
Ship, ln Port, HaTbor or Doak, aad th.
(kifo-.ofHohV-aatJ.tdsa, Ships build
ltf aodr-i-sirlaf, Bart*, lad othw V-a
ttbotM-rlithl. rlran mi stuls, iti
Oooda-abos-dn-hV-aa-l^thrtuaNt
GiwMBrltaltHrflnl-ad-sHltaNalB
CouatrUs,
miuuniUMinr-it,
SiWerlUd ud hr-atad Osttal,
•81,600,000 8TQ.
Brtwcl Piwatm aad tmct \aiw_m*
tJoa ou bt oblatatd ea anB-aMaa la
w. j. iranois,
To San Fruaioo,, CiLf
■rwATortaa
Xtxxtm.
THE MT. SHASTA MUTE.
QOTCratr-WTJMITBAaAJJTOTsDiR
liw WiftHHbt ui hi Hmmi
PULLMAN wr>m
toubist tuapnta ous
fwtAtmmmt^ugmtl^ml^ BS?H
Sailfl JPtitish -flolumbistn
THtstHty CvcalHR. IHtay »H, ISM.
MUITII1Nfl HATES FOR THE DAILY.
Tnusilenl Advtrllsen*-its.—First 1 user*
tlon, ll)i-tH. per line soll'l nonpurt-ii; -uu-h
subsequent conseimtl vo Insertfoii, '•'• ots. per
line. Advertisements not Inserted i>vei-y
day—flrst iuHerllon, lit on. per line; Hubs*-*.
quent Insertions, Sols, per lint*.
•4IhimIId-i AdvcrltMt-ntt'iiU.-l'rol'L'^lou*
alorBustuess Cards—ftJ per month. Special rates for general trade aamtiBiiiB,
nnoording to space occupied and duration
of contract. ■■."-.-,,        ,
Auction Sales, wliau displayed, -Jharged
25 per cent leas man tran-Jlenl advU, it
HOtld, oharxed at rotfulfir transient rat ea.
p-i-ectlil Mollnu anion-• muting iiiirier,
20 cU. per line each h-Kortli-n. Si-echiN
inserted by tlie month at reilucwi rau.it.
BlrtbStMi-rrmif-.i'i'i'd i.K*iitti«,Sir*.r«irh
insertion: Fuuo'r-il Nolle-** In (-onnet-tion
wltb itaiitnt,-an (-li*. efltm In cert lon.
WEEKLV AllVtm .SiMC HATES,
lYaBKiimlAilveifli-'ooH!«t-..--Fir¥Uii!'or-
tlou, 10 els. per line -v-IId iio-ip.-m-tl; *mb-
sequenl lnsortious,7ets. per line,
-ilius-ilii-l Advertl-trmwnli*—I'lofesiilon-
al or HuHltiOriH Curd-—Sl.f,i)   per  month.
Hpi-rlal nil f;s for gall-mil trade adverlisliiK.
Hptvi-i N'lilci's, r.lrths, Mnrrlat'Ci- and
Deaths, Hjuufl ratt'S us Dully.
t'ulsoiiisibt'iill inuii.l,iiiidforlari-ecuU}
an extra rulo nlll he chitr-ft-d.
fW-pewons sanding iti liavertlBflments
should he eareful to state whether thoy
arotonpt'Ciirln tU« iMlly IMItlon.pr the
Weekly, or bntb, A llbwdl reduotlon Is
made when liiseit-'d m holli. No advertisement inserted for less than 81.
SDDSCK1HEKB
Wlio do not receive llielr paper regularly,
from the Carriers or Ihrouuh the l'o.it
Utllec, will confer ii favor hy rt-port lii[* lhe
same lo the olllcc of publlcatlop at once.
NEW ADVERTISEMtHTS THIS DAY,
Strawberry E-jsLival U. K. Church
Business Notico.... Hunibrough k Borrie
Notice • J »o. Robson
Presbyterian Cliurch Dr. Ormiston
Boots k Shoes J. Rousseau
The salmon ruu is very light.
Strawberries and Cream at tho
"Olub." *
Winnipeg defeated Fargo at baseball on Saturday by 12 to 11.
gee J. Rousseau's chango of adv.
in the usual placo in this papor.
All the fashionable iced beverages, at
the "Hub," next tho -'Queen's."   *
Work has been  commenced   on a
* new Presbyterian church at Vancouver. ■
The str. Irving left for Chilliwack
this morning with freight and passengers.
The wator in tho river has not
changed perceptibly during the paat
week.
Russell's ReBtauraut, opposito tho
American Motet rgotwn day and
night. .   Li IIU       aDm3*
200 lots on tho Thorne road, frnm
$05 upwards at §10 pur month. \V.
Reidt, Front atreet. [        *
Juatarrived, conch shells for decora*
turns, game of pigB in clover, new
books.—-Miss Peebles.      . *
Parties living in tho city and wishing
photographs will oblige, by making appointments beforehand.'' S. J. Thompson. *
Lota in aub. Lot G. B. XII, Dublin
and London streets- 8100 and $125,
on easy terms.—Wands, Turner tt
Gamble. fto
Sir Leonard Tilley was expected to
leave Winnipeg yesterday for Vancouver. Ho will atop orer at aeveral
points for rust.
. North Arm Road Lute, from $100;
Sapperton, §150; and Brownsville Acre
Lots at $100, on easv terms, at W. ,1.
Walker & Go's. *
Look out for the great salo nf lots in
the town of Seattle, at the Mission
Bridge, on June 15th next. For particulars, apply to Wm. Reidt.        *
Tho arlillery and rifles parade tonight at 6 o'elook. Every man is expected to be present. After to-night
there is only one drill beforo inspe c-
tion.
The lamp at the corner of Mary and
Queen's avenue requires a new burner.
Last night the burner had disappeared
and tho lamp threw out more smoke
than light.
By a notice elsewhere it will be seen
that a business change has -taken place
in the management of the Westminister
pottery, whieh will hereafter be conducted by Messrs. Hembrough & Borrie.
The latest nows from Ottawa ia to
the effect that Mr. D, Chiaholm M.P.,
ia convalesing rapidly, and will soon be
able to return to British Columbia.
This will he welcome news to Mr. Chis*
holm's host n[ friends.
The first baseball match of tho eoa*
son will be played at Vancouver on
Tuesday June 4th, between the Vancouver and Westminstor teams. The
return match will bo played in this
city about a week later.
The Dominion Illustrated for 18th
May contains, among its numerous illustrations, two views of British Columbia scenery, near Donald, and alao
the second article in a series on "Our
Wild Woat Land," hy Mra. Arthur
Sprngge.
Stuck ranch, on Pitt River, for $'..,-
500; worth at present rates $6,000;
270 acres land with improvement; VAii
-acres high bush land, rest prairie.
Must- be sold, immediately; a rare
chance for anyone with the cash; double
your money in 12 mr-nths. Apply to
t. J. Trapp. *
Capt. John Irving, Morris Moss,
Then. Davie, R. P. Rithet and H.
Saunders are applying for incorporation aa the Alpha Milling and Mining
Co., limited. The capital stock is
8120,000, divided into 12,000 shares
at $10 each. They will develop certain mining properties at Anderson
lalw.
Mr, Edward Aluntonoe, after serving a term of six months iu tho pro*
viucial gaol for attempting to rub Mr.
F. Crake, was released yesterday and
a few hours later was re-arrested . for
being drunk and incapable on the
streets, i At tho police court this
morning he pleaded hard to be ex-
oiiekd and promised to leave the city
immediately. On this condition ho
was allowed to go.
One of the many'littlo ''incidences"
which go to make the lifo of tho commercial man happy, occurred to R. K.
Smith this week, The plate glass
ordered for his now storo front arrived por, C.P.R., tho freight charges
being |348. The paint of the joko
cornea in when it ia known the original
eoat of the glass is only 8113. Verily,
the pleasant lifo nf the merchant is not
without alloy.r—Kynloops Sentinel,
' The midsummer examination*) of the
pupili of the New Westminster high
Mjhool commojiced nt 1 p.m. yesterday:
dhdertneiuperfiiiontjf Mr. ft.' Wif-'
Southern Railway Conn ruction.
Tho latest nows in Southern railway
construeti^n is.the establishment of a
new camp close to the international
boundary.. All tho men in this camp
are whito men, the work being too
heavy for Chinese. Work on other
portions of the line is progressing
favorably, though tho late rains have
ohecked operations to a certain extent.
Tho road bed from Brownsville seven
miles south will be roady for tho rails
within two weeks.
arithmetic, composition, algebra, geng-
raphyj-mental 'arithmetic, natural
philosophy and grammar. Thero are
27 pupils in attendance who will ho examined in 32 brauohos in all. Tho examination will probably occupy the
whoir-Sf the week. '
Cklfdrtii Cfjffor Pitcher'jCa^oria
Strawberry Festival.
On Wednesday evening Juno Sth,
tho ladies of tho St. Paul's 11. E.
church will give a grand concert and
strawberry festivel in the Oddfellows'
hall. Tho concert programme will
contain the names of tho majority of
Woatininator's favorite singers, so that
an enjoyable timo may be anticipated.
During the intermission strawberries
and cream, cako and lemonade, will be
served without stint to everyone pro-
sent, tho admission fee paying for
everything. WTho proceeds will go towards paying the expenses connected
with the enlargement of the  church.
Old I-'orl Douglas.
The str. Adelaide left this morning
for old Fort Douglas at tho head of
Harrison lako. This historic place
haa not been visited by a Westminster
steamer For more than ten yearn, when
it was a thriving town giving promise
of futuro greatness. With the decline
in mining camo a like decline in the
population and business of Fort Duug-
ks. which slowly dwindled away until
only ita memory wna left. A logging
camp haa lately been established near
Fort Douglas by tlie Brunette Saw
Milts Co. and tho Adelaide has gone
up to bring down a tow of logs. The
blast of hor whistle will awaken echoes
which have lain dormant for many
yeara,
Tlie Latest Hear Fight.
Tivo weeks ago, Pierre, aged 13,
step-son of Mr. J. H. Haywood, Okana-
gou Mission, und au eight-year old son
of Mr. H. went up the side of the
mountain near Scotty creek. The
older boy had a shotgun, and while
hunting for deer came across a black
bear. The boy firod and pretty soon
his bearship showed tight. Pierre
made a hasty retreat up a small tree,
the younger boy alao climbing tho
same tree. The bonr waa ablo to
reach tlio feot of tho smaller boy, and
clawed unlil the little fellow was hauled down. The bear showing a disposition to chew up tho lad, who wus
lying on the ground, the elder hoy
jumped down and was willing to give
battlo. Tho brute started off, and
very soon the smaller boy waa upon
tho back of the larger one, aud they
wero getting down to tho ranee om of
the timber. Last week the little suiV-
nrer, who had his feet considerably
lacerated, was in a fair way to recover
under tho skilful caro of Dr. McDonald, Somo of tho bear hunters uf tlie
valley went in pursuit of the bear but
could not get a chanco to try their
lilies aa no bear was to be scon.—Suit*
tinti. 	
An Opinion on Taxes.
Mr. R. W. Deano. an old Weat*
minsteiite and still a large property
holder iu the city, has a liberal and
correct idea of taxation. Writing to
a gentloman in this city he says: "As
regards the taxes, when any place improves, that, of necessity, goes with it.
1 always considered New Westminster
acted foolish in that regard; they always kept taxes too low. Taxes are
like auy other -good investment, they
pay well 1 am sure you would rather
pay tho present aaaeBiuent, than go
back to the old figure, with no railroads, ferrya, woolen mill, etc. It is a
wise investment, nnd 1 am sure you
would rathor havo it bo, You will
find that the onterpriaing Yankiea you
speak of will find no fault with your
taxes, for I can assure yon they tax
themselves enough, and it pays well.
Yau know nothing about tnxeftjiup
there yet' Compared with hero ;^ou
pay nothing. .Your stock in'trkde
here and even the debts on yourhtioke
year after year, if not paid, even your
furniture und clothing and chicl-ens;
city, county and state, altogether bring
it up to 2 per. cent and sometimes
higher; and it seems to drive things
ahead in spite of themselves. It keeps
money moving all the time. I am
glad your prospects are bright. I feel
euro you .will have good times."
Reboot It'ianl .lictiliig.
A special meeting of tho school
trustees waa hold in the council chambers at 7:30 p.m. yeBtorday.
Prcaent: Mayor Hondry, chairman,
Wm. Johnston, Win. B, Townsend, J,
A. Calbick, M. Sinclair and John McKenzie.
On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Mr. Calbick, application was
directed to be made to the city council
for a -lite for tho West sido achonl house
on lot 17, block 7, suburban, whicli tho
**')■■ eminent rccurds show to belong
to tho city.
A letter from Mr. Wm. Korh was
road tendering his resignation as trus*
.tee, on tbe ground of removal from the
oity. On motion of Mr. Johnston,
seconded by Mr. Sinclair, tho resignation of Mr, Rosa was accepted.
A communication was read from the
superintendent of education stating
that the school and school property at
Sapperton have been placed under the
control of the New Westminster city
board.
On motion of Mr. Calbick, seconded
by Mr. Sinclair, tho secretary was
authorized to poat the usual notices
for the annual school meeting to be
hold on 10th of June in the new city
hall; and also for the nomination of
trustees on the 17th nf June, according to law.        '     '
On motion the secretary waa instructed to prepare a draft report to bo
submitted to the board for approval.
The meotirlg then adjourned -to
meet on the eafl of tho chairman.
The trustees whose terma expire arc;
J. A. CalbickJ'• St. Patrick's Wdrd;
J. McKenzie, "St. George's Ward;
M. Sinclair,   St.    Andrews'    Ward,
The vacancy in' St. Andrews' Ward
caused by tho resignation of Mr. Ross
muat alio be filled.   ,
Messre. Wm. Johnston and W. B.
Townsend continue in oflice during thu
next year.
Thore weru over 10,000 people at
thu opening of the Ontario jockey
club spring meeting. For the Queen's
plate Colonist won e**)ily; Bonny JSim
being eeooiirl, nnd Long Shot thi -d.
The race waa one aud one quarter
milea; time 2:14$, the fastest ever
made for the Queen'* plate;
A Distinguished Divine.
It will be seen from nn advertisement that the Rev. Dr, Ormiston will
speak iu tho Presbyterian church on
Thursday evening. The doctor is well
known throughout the Dominion as a
brilliant orator iu the pulpit, and on
the platform. He was for many years
pastor of the Central Presbyterian
church, Hamilton, Ontario, aud latterly ministered to a large congregation in
Now York. It is seldom that the
people of this coast have the opportunity of hearing such a distinguished
divine. Owing to the visit of Dr.
Ormiston, Miss McGregor's lecture,
which was announced for Thursday
evening ia postponed until the following week. Dr. Ormiston will be the
gueat of the Rev. Thomas Scoullar,
while in the city.
Harrison Hot Springs Notes.
The St. Alice Hotel is taxed to its
utmost capacity to find room for the
numerous guests who have been flocking to the spring* during tho last few
weeka. The hot springs have never
beon so popular aa they are this season.
Many persons aro purchasing Iota at
the springs on which they intend
building cottages. In consequence of
thia the price of luts has advanced considerably.
Trout fishing waa never bettor than
it is thia season, Two gentlemen
brought in 19 dozen on Saturday, the
result ef 8 hours nailing. Another gentlemen caught 0 dozen the same day.
A number of Vancouventee discovered an eagle's neat in a large tree
near the St. Alice Hotel, and determined tqget the young. After firing 100
rounds of Winchester ammunition into
the tree without effect the party retired for the night. The next morning, bright and early, tho attack was
reaumed, this lime with axes. After
cutting away vigorously until tho
hands of every one in the party were
ao completely covered with blisters
that further operations would have
been attended with pain aa well as fatigue, Ihe Biege was raised and the
cnglea left to*thcir fate. The mother
eagle watched the proceedings undismayed, and with cheerful feelings
throughout tho whole duration of the
attack. In fact she seemed to enjoy
the fun. aa did many of the gueat*- of
the fit. Alice Hotol who watched the
pvoceedinga from afar.
A MSB GARDEN.'
The  Fruit OutloDk.—niagnlliceui and
FrollAc Fields and Astonhh-
Ing ttetnlts.
The present season promiaes a most
prolific yield to the horticulturist.
From all parts of tho district the same
i'-ports come, that every trco and bush
is overloaded with fruit. To obtain
an idea uf the advancement of the
fruit crop, its prospects, possible yield
etc., a representative of Tub Colum*
man paid a vieit last evening to Aid.
Thos. Cunningham's garden, the fame
of which ha-* extended far beyond
the limits of Westminster. This garden covers a littlo over 5 acres of
ground, and it is a question if any
equal quantity of land on tbe continent
yields a greater revenue. For ao
email an area the varioty of fruits
grown is wonderful. Tho first thing
that strikes iho eye on entering tho
grounds is the perfect condition in
which every tiling is kept. Such a thing
as neglect to any portion of the garden
is not observable, even in the remotest corner. Tho treea and buahea are
all neatly pruned, healthy looking and
free from mildew -uid scabs, which iB
not always the case iu the best kept gardens and orchards. Mr. Cunningham
explains this fatiafaetory and somewhat unusu... uundition of things in a
very logioi-1 ifiwer. Continual rind
unceasing ahi-iition from the moment
the shrub is put in the ground, the
careful destruction of every insect from which the principal
evils arise, and liberal manuring of the soil, which >s also kept
free from obnixiuus growths. Thii
all seems very ca.iy, but it means
never ending work. Tho strawberry
garden covers two and a quarter acres,
and embraces 10 varieties of fruit.
This crop, which ia ripening every day
and iB being shipped to tho market,
Mr, Cunningham reckons by tons.
The yield is enormous and to many
would seem fabulous, but tho garden
is open for inspection and tho greatest
sceptic can easily have his eyes opened
to truths even greater than wo care to
write. Ten men are kept constantly
employed picking and packing tho berries for market, and the*/ are kept
very busy indeed. The size of the
fruit is aa surprising as the yield. In
nny row in the patch 10 berries can
bo picked which combined will
weigh a pound. Berries weighing 2
ozs. each are not uncommon.
Tho GOO gooseberry bushes, planted
in nent rows, were ao overloaded with
fruit that Mr. Cunninghlim found it
ab&oliitel-, necessary to strip large
quantities from each bush. This fruit
is bright and healthy looking, and no
sign of mildew it to be found on one
of the 000 bushes, The currant crop
is also large, almost beyond belie!.
The garden contains 1100 of these
bushes, and the expected yield will
reach many tuns in weight. The raspberry crop looks fully as promising aa
any of the others. Much could bB
said of this department of tho garden,
but spaco prevents us giving it the attention it deserves, The grapes, apricots, pears, cherries, plums, prunes
and apples are all looking excellent,
and promise wonderful yields. Perhaps tho most noteworthy nmong these
aro the prune treei, whieh are a mar*
vol to behold. The branches are
oimply clusters of fruit, and bo pro*
liiic is the growth that fully two thirds
of the fruit is being stripped, the
branches not being strontr enough to
support the weight. These trues are
only in their .fifth yeir, but they are as
large as the average tree of nearly
twice the age. Two hundred prunes
were counted on n branch four feet
long by half an inch in thickness. Thii
will givo an idea of tho immense crop
certain to be picked.
Mr. Cunningham takes muoh pleas*
uro iu receiving visitors to his gardens,
and, being an enthusiast in horticultural matters, he is not unwilling to
part with the secret of bis success,
The garden ia certainly a credit to the
city and is alio one uf the moat Important objects of interest, showing as
it dees, within a small space, the wonderful adaptability of the soil and
climate af British Columbia for the
successful cultivation of all kinds of
fruits known to the temperate zone, as
well an aome that might be desoribed
as eemi-troplcal.
The Norwegian barque Premier
from Rio de Janerio, h.w arrived at
Quebec, and is quarantined with yellow
fever on board,
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
TO DISPEL COLDS,
Headaches and Fevers, to cleanse the
system effectually, yet gently, when costive or bilious, or when the blood is im*
Euro or sluggish, to permanently cure
abitual constipation, to awaken the-livor
and kidneys to a healthy activity, without irritating or weakening them, use
Syrup of Figs.
President Van Homo is expected al
Winnipeg next week. He was at St.
Paul yesterday with Sir George Stephen and Sir Donald Smith, inspecting
the Soo route.
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment instantly relieves and permanently cures Piles, Pruritus aud all hot and itching aores and
eruptions. N. W. agents, D. S- Curtia
ft Co.  dmy28yl
Fire at BridgewaterVillage, Ont., on
Saturday destroyed twenty dwellings,
aeveral stores, the poat omce and the
Methodist ohurch,   Loaa $70,000.
men naby wio sick, we gate ber Cutorls,
When ilio was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
Wlon she bocame Mlis, she olung to Clitoris,
Whin ibe had ctdldwa, she gave them rjutoiis
a     I'HUON LODGE No, 0, A. F.
*%#\ir * A. M.— The regular meet-
jt J\ Ings of this Lodge are held ln
/V\ the Masonlo Temple on the flrst
Wo.1 now!ay In each month, at 7:30 o'clock
?. in.  .sojourning brethren nre cordially
uvited to attend.—W. O. Coatham, Sec.
BO AKD OP TRADE. Board Room,
Oddfellows Brlek Block, up-stairs
Council meets on the first and third "Wednesday In oach month,at 4p.m. Quarterly
meetings on the 22nd or Feb., May., Aug.,
and Nov., at 7:30 p. m. New members
may be proposed and elected nt uny Quarterly meeting.—D. Rohson, fieo.
2STOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE
thla day disposed of ray stooU*ln*trado
and good-will ot business to James D.
Rae, Esq. Thanking my numerous customers for their liberal patronage for the
past six years, I respectfully request a
continuance of the same to my successor.
1). MePHADEN.
New West., May 10,1889. dmy27wl
TENDERS
ARE INVITED FOR ADDITIONS TO
the Caledonia Block, for Hotel.
Plans nnd specifications may bo seen at
Messrs. Lowenberg, HarrlB A Co,'s office,
Columbia SU
Tenders to bo sont tn to the architect,
L. BUTTRESS TUIMMN, on Brd Juno.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted, dmy27td
B. C. PENITENTIARY
TENDERS WILL BB RECEIVED BY
the undersigned, addressed "Inspector of Penitentiaries," and marked "Tenders for Supplies to the B. C. Penlleu-
tlary," unlil ■fnvlock p.m. on Batorday.
Hlli Jnne. I8K9, for supplying the Penitentiary from 1st July, 18811, toflOth June,
1800, with the following articles:
1. Beef.
2. Blankets [white, 4-pU, por pnir],
8 Coal, Wellington screened,best quality
4. Drugs and Medicines.
fi, Flour, best In market.
0 Groceries.
7. Salmon [red], fresh nnd salt,
U, L'.itlier and Shoe Findings for Shoe
iti tailed lists of Drugs and MeillclncB
and Leather and Shoe Findings can heob-
tulnod on application atthe Penitentiary.
Neither tbe lowest or nny tender necessarily uccepted,
Samples may be seen nnd b'aiik forms
of tender obtained on application to the
Accountant at tbe penitentiary between
the hours of 0 a. m. and fi p. in.
No tender will ho considered unless on
these blank forms,
Imperial weighti* nnd measures required, AU nrtloles supplied to be of the
bcstquallty, - *
[Signed],    ARTHUR If. MCBRIDE,
Wardon.
New Westminster, May 26,1889.     d27td
§-v^ip#Bgs
A Pleasing Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows tho uso of Syrup of Figs, as li
acts gently on tho
KiDWfiys, Liveu $> Bowels
Effectually Cleansing tho System when
Costive; or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds. Headaches and Fevers'
nnd permanently curing
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION
without weakening or irritating tlio organs on -which it acts.
For MlO la 7Co bottler- hy all Loading
Druggists.
•UKUrACIUKiil) OSLt BT TUB
CAUrOBHIAHaBYBTJPCiO
Sax I'oa.;c!sic, Cat...
^•tint-tiR, Kv.. NW"Vo«. \. *
J. P. DAVIES & CO.
AUCTIONEERS.
Undor Instructions from the Hon. Chief
Commissioner o( Lands ft Works,
on behalf of the
Provincial Government
We will sell by
PUBLIC AUCTION
ATTHE
CITY OF MEW WESTMINSTER
-ON-
Wednesday, June mil, 1889
AtlSo'cloca-.Noon,
Sections 14,16,16,17.18,10 and 20, Block 4
Nortb, Range 0 West, containing
USO .A-OREIS
Of Farming Land, situate on
LULU JSL AND
Bald lands will be sold ln subdivisions
of 49 acres.
TERMS:—1/, eoah,^ In 6 months,1^ ln
ono yeor, with Interest on deforred pay-
menu at the rate of S percent, porannum.
Full particulars and maps now ready for
distribution,
JOSHUA DAVIES,
my27dwtd Auctioneer.
Business Notice,
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll the partnership heretofore subsisting between Popplewell, Hembrough A
Borrie, of tbe Westminster Potterv, wns
dissolved by mutual consent on the 27th
day of May, 1880, Mr. John Popplewell
retires from the flrin. The business ln
future will be conducted by Thomas Hembrough and Robert Borrls under the name
and stylo of Hembrough ft Borrie.
All persons Indebted tothe late firm nre
requested to mnke Immediate payment
to HBMBROUGH A BORRIE.
New West, May 127,1889. drayttiu
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
17th May, 1880,
IT IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT HIS
Honour the Lieutenant-Governor In
Council has been pleased to direct that
the boundaries of Sapperton School District be cancelled, as the mild District Is
now Included within the limits of New
Westminster City School Dlstrlot,
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
dmy27wl Provincial Seoffltary.
StrwtayFflstM
AND  CONCERT
In the Oddfellows'Hall
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5,1889
In Aid of St. Pauls R.E.Church
ADMIB810X, RO OKNTSi Children hnlf-
6rice.   Tickets fur Bale at D. Lyal A Co,'a
uokstore.
Doors open at 7:30 p. m,        d*tu-sa*tu
Rev. Dr. Ormiston
WILI, BPEAK IN THE
PRESBYTERIAN OHURCH
 OK—-
Thursday Evening, May 30,
AT   8 O'CLOCK.
Collection  for  Missions.
tlioy28l8i
Notice to Cannerymen!
THOS. LEVI'S GAH-FILUNG PROTECTOR
MAY BE OBTAINED ON APPLICA*
tlon to E, a. M Ol MAK A 10.
Any person or persons found using them
without the patent stamp will ho prowe-
cuted. THOS. LEVI.
Now West., 27th May, I860.       dmyjml
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
I. the Columbian oilice. Prices will be
found as low as at anv other office iu
the province —Ado
W.J.WALKER&CO.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, NewWestminster, B.C.
ITBI.GPnONB No, TA]
14 CURE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE ANO
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London and Lancashire Fire and
Britiih Umpire Lire Insurance
Companies.
New Westminster Building Society.
Accountant's Office, Diocese of N.W.
City Auditors, 1886,1887 and 1888,
ADVISE CLIENTS IN  THE BUYING
AND SELLING OK REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRIOT,
and other inouetary transactions.
Have several good Investments on tholr
books, and all new comers will do woll to
call before doing business elsewhere.
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JUST   RECEIVED,
Direct from Germany, by Express,
The Latest Hovelties in
LADIES' JERSEYS
In New Shades and Combinations.
Nothing Liko Them Ever Shown in the City
before. Call and Seo them.
Ogle, Campbell h Freeman
dwtc
SILK AND FANCY FLANNEL
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS,
The most comfortable Shirts for Summer wear, at OGLE, CAMPBELL &
CO.'S, next Bank of Montreal.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
X2J___X__B  X2ST
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Xja*bxadoz Herring*©,
2v*rac*Kerel, Salt Ood,
____xx__.ovix'b TJnc. *E£ams,
-itwrrao-ar's TTxic. Bacon.
•plo*a.r. Bran. Snorts,
SW-HIOHEST F1U0ES PAID FOB FARM PRODUCE,
»wwir 8ooullar>Armttrong Blook, Columbia St.
EONDON HOUSE!
HOSIERY.
The finest assortment of
Ladies', Children's and Infants' English and German Hosiery direct from
the manufacturers.
JERSEYS.
Largest assortment of Ladies' Jerseys, English and German make, ever shown in
town.	
Jas. Ellard i Co
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
dwoclSto
Je   - -L.-'Jt^J^iAt.Ju-j
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, M.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & EyC-GIaSSes in steel, rubber, silver arc {--.id
frames.  The fiueat Pebbles mado, (4 per pair; all nights suited.
Speoial -ittontion given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. ■ Having learn.... tno
businesa thoroughly from some of the' finest Horologcrs in England, and guido thou
managed tho waton-repairing departments of a few of tbe best firms on tho continent of America, Ib a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly in un-1
ger for nearly 8 years of tho welMmown firm of Savage k Lyman, Montrcul.
Charges Moderate,
Montreal, Deo., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake Anilw. Robertson, Esq., Cliainimn nl j
Montreal Harbor Commiaaioners, save: "I never found a Watchmaker who did soJ
well for me aa you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not hereto-day."
dwaplSto
D. S. CURTIS A
■
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GROCERIES'
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    -    Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
W. tt G. Wolfenden,
DIRECT IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN
SZI Gh SS - O X-i -A. S S
DRY GOODS
—A.-STI1—
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON  MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER k SHADWELL.
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