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Array Government Printing
of'-
British
Columbian.
VOLUME 6
PROFESSIONAL ANO BUSINESS CARDS.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, 1889.
NUMBER 136
T, 0. ATKINSON,
'AHniOTER, SOLICITOR, Ao. Oillces-
» Mnsonlo lluliaihB, Now Westminster,
C. dwto
AHMSTUUNO A ECKSTEIN,
lAltMSTGUS,  SOLIOITOIIH,   ETC-
»   Masonlo Building,   Mow Westinln-
jr, B. 0. d winy He
W. NUIIMAN BOIit'l, Q.C,
»AIt!lISTKR-AT-tJA\V,IJ.\Nl)Aai3NT.
)  Money to Loan. Olliee—Clarkson St.,
ew Westminster, 11. U. dto
t'OIIItOl Lll, MctOl t, A JEMSS,
JAURISTERS. SOLICITORS, ete.  001-
)  ees—Mnsonlo Untldlng**. New West-
luster, aud Vancouver, 1!. 0, _     dwtc _
A.C. UKYDUNE-JACK, ill. A ,
TOTAUY PUBLIC, UONVKYAN0EH,
H Ae, Barrister of tiio New Brunswick
iprome Court, Olllco In the Hamley
.nldlng, Columbia St., opposito HieCoI-
ilal Hoiel. ditpBto
JOSEPH E, GAVNOll, 11.A..LL.D.
-"OLD MEDALIST of tlio Unlvorslts Of
J Dublin. BAURIHTER-ATLAW of
ie High Court of Justleo, Ireland. Ollleca,
orner McKenale A Clarkson Sts., New
'eatmlnater. dwfoSlta
ti. II. OATEWOOD, D.D.S.,
IURQEON DENT1HT-A Grnduato Of
) the Baltimore Dental College, Is pro*
iired to do all kinds of Dental work. Of-
30 ovor MoLonnnn -fe MuFcolj*'.-' linriir
aro store, ltii Cordova St., Vancouver,
. 0. -InpMtc
Q. W. UllAKT,
i RCHITECT.   Omne-Corncr Mnry and
L   Clarkson Sts., Westminstor.    dwto
CLOW  A.   BIACi-UUB,
V UOHITECTS,    OIUee-Room E. over
1   Hnnlt of B.C., Colu niljia Street .V/est*
11 nstor.
die
Wf.LLlA.il   H. KINO,
1 RCHITECT,SANITARY ENGINEER,
V.  Ac,   Removed to Armstrong's Block,
olumbia  Street,   Westminster--Room
o. 2 dto
W. TIUBA17DJBAU,
' AMD SURVEYOR AND DitATJGHTS-
1 man. Hamley Ulool*., New Westniln-
iisr, B. C. <1 my lole
A. I'. LOTTOS,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
J  SURVEYOR. Offlco: Room D.BanU*
f IJ, 0. building, \\*i >!m!n-'le,s OC.	
v.. i'MTi:\BMtu;ii,
1EAL ESTATE BROKER and County
,\ Court Agent. Commissioner, Notary
■ubllc, Ac. Rents collected. Otllce—Mc-
"eiule Street, New Westminster, B. 0.
T. J, THAPP,
I UCTIONEF.il AND APPRAISER.
*V Columbln Street, New Westminstor.
.11 commlnfiloiis will receive prompt
ml careful attention. Best roforenct-B
,ven when required. mlil2-to
turner, iil;;:TON A CO.,
1TERCHANT& Wharf St., Vlotoiin.
H. Agents for North British nnd Mer-
.in tliu Insurance Co. for Mainland. H.
L Breton & Co., 80 Flnslmry Circus, Lou-
pn, E. C  dto
AJQR i\ PEARSON
Real  Estate  Brokers mul
Financial Agents.
CENTS POR
Confederation Life Association of
Toronto.
Uoynt ami Litucnf-hirc Flro Insurance Companies.
oaLValunble tots for sale In the City
id District of Westminster* nnd choice
ota in the City of Vnncouvor.
Porsons wishing to buy or sell city or
iral property should communicate with
i.
Oillces: Bankof B.O. building, opposito
istolllco, Westminster, and Hastings St.,
nn cou ver. dwnplfitc
RAND BROS.
»K1I. ESTATE BROKERS,
ti
Couvcyniicera. Collector!,
Ami Insnrnnce Agents,
llees at
NEW WESTMINSTER:   Corner
BIoKenislo and Clarkson Sta.
VAN',.0lTVEli, Cordova street.
LONDON .England,
(1UILDING LOTS for sale In nil sections
Vancouver and New Westmlnater City.
lo  nt  OllllllWhnek,   Port
ingloy, Matsqui, sumas, Mud Bay,Lnd-
r's Landing, Lulu island, North Arm
Ld PUg River.
Mapaund Plana exhibited atnlthofull-
t Information furnlsliodntalloui-ollices,
W. BOVILL,
ieal Estate Agent
AND CONVEYANCER.
SEW WESTMlNSTKR:---omco,Mackenzie Street.
lANOOUVER: - Offlce,  Abbott   Street,
B  near Cordova Street,
KFulI List of City and Suburban
fjrly.
fiPartlculnr nttontlon paid  to Farming
finds.
MAo'-uratQ  information  to correspond*
' ' <1 wm yfly 1
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL.& SHELF HARDWARE,
Including- Tools of nil kinds oi tho liest makes; Cross-cut & llallll-SllWS,
llnrbca Wire for Fencinc, and nil tlio neoosiisry Utensils for Funning)
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Blocks, Rope & Chain in all sizes; pitch,
Tar & Oakum; Tanud and Plain Paper for UiiildiuKl Paints & Oils
in all colors; Liquid Pllints in all sliulos; Floor Paints ready to uso; Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper in all designs; Brooms A Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating Oils; Traps of all descriptions, and a gonoral assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
t_T Special attention given to ordors by mail.
dwjly3to
T. T. T*R_;_*P*P SO CO.,
1       Columbia Street, New Westminster.
GRANT & MACLURE.
Boots Ik Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTEB.
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
ar.  sb. iiv-i^w-sand's
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street, - Kew Westminster,
Globe House!
JtTST      EECSIVBD,
The Latest Novelties in Ladies'
Straw Hals and Bonnets,
Silk Dolmans
and Mantles,
mMMMtmt- MMTJMMm   _KMJz____mim
RAND BR
Real Estate,
Insurance and Financ
i^.C3rEj1I*JfT,JE3P
OFJ-IOBS s
. ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
Jfclvll Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
HEAL ESTATE,
INANCIAL, SH1PP1HC & COMMISSION AQENTS
rire,l.tl'c-.t3Inii»i'Iimurtiiu*r.
OLDMiiiAfiT., - Oi'P. Colonial IIOTRr,
NEW WESTMINSTEB, B. 0.
NtVB PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
**T len linn In all professional orders and
■nd->r lliolr services to renl limits, uud non-
asldenla imvln-rCity «r Country Property
> dispose o( m* uoBtrlns profitable Invest-
lent.
OutIIhIh ol eligible properties nre oom-
rohonulvo nnd constantly receiving mldl-
ions, mul our favorable oustern eotniei--
Ioiih bntli In Canada und Mm Atlnnlle
Utiles give uu umminl facilities for huul*
lOBB.
Spoolnl ntii*-nllon will bo pnld to Ibe
nm* lu iii* tnd Inspection of .Lumber for
ililpiueul to foreign norin, Tonnage elnir*
eroiliind (jenoral ulilpiilii'.* btn-lnei's I runs-
[lotod, dwaplyl
■adtrainax-sa.
Macpherson & Thomson
Of Ontario and Marquotto, Mlchican,
have oponod a
"
IH TIIE HOLBROOK BLOCK,
olumbia Street. 9 doors East
of Telegraph Olllcc.
m. They liavo a completo assortment of
jvoryllilns usually found ln a llrst-olaBS
Drug Htoro, comprising puro nnd fresh
DRUQS, OHEMICALS,
PATENT MEDICINES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
•iNQLISH, PRSNOH AND
AMERICAN PERFUMES.
Physicians' prescriptions cnro'ullvcom-
piiuiuled day and night. rcJTillm
W. BREDEMtYER, DB, PH,
(Lute Partner of John MnVlekor)
MINING ENGINEER, U.S. A PltOVlN-
CIArjSUKVEYOR.&ASSAYIJK.
Masoniu Trmplr BtooK, VANcorJvun,
Brit. Col.
rwRcllablo reports, uiulnrKrouml sur*
vov8 nml maps ot mines exoeuleil nt low
rules, Assays made on all kinds of minerals, gold nnd Hll ver bnrs. Thirty years'
oxporienoe In mining lu Asln, Knrotio
mid United Hlnles of America, Sponlcs
ten laneiinffOH. Assnys from a dlstimce
promptly aitonded to. Address Vuneou*
var, B. 0. ddol7to
NEW WESTMINSTER, ^^ESz^rr
VANCOUVER, conANBEBR0TCT05T0REAETAsND
—AND-
ANDERSON BLOCK,
QRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG. .ot cannon
Farming Lands /Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia and Front Sts.,
In central portion of tho oity; several
buildings bring good rent-$'22,000.00.
Lot 4, Block 7, near Lytton EJouare,
60x132 feet, fronting on Columbia, and
Front Sts.—§6,000.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., 33x00 feet—
$4,000.00,
Also—Lot and Building with Btook of
Ooods, ono of tho host business stands
iu tho oity.
ImprovedResidential Property
Lot 15, Blook 13; two houses rented at
paying figures—Sl.fiOO.OO.
Houso and Lob on Lorno St., noar Columbia—$1250.00.
Lots 4, 5 & 0, Block 10; good houso,
garden, Ac; ohoioe residence property
-85,250.00.
Corner Lob on Columbia St.; fenced nml
cleared -$1500.00.
.llonse nml Lot on Columbia St.; ono of
tho finest residences In the city—$7,-
000.00.
House and Lob on Royal Avonuo, near
Douglas St.—$2,000.00.
House nnd 3 Lots, cornor Royal Avonuo
and St. Patrick's St.; nn better residenco sito lu the oity—810,000.00.
I aero, with 7 houses, neat the Park—
$6,000.00.
dWluJHo
Vacant Residential Property.
Lob 1, Blook 28; corner lot on Agnes St.;
(ino residence sito-$12fl0.00.
LotB on St. Androw'B St., near Queen's
Avonuo—$500.00 each.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas und Halifax Sts., nenr Clinton St.; lino views
and well sittiatea—$350,00, $875,00.
$500.00.
Lot on Mclbonrno Sb., near Clintor- -
8300.00.
Lot P. Sub-Block 10; fine residence lots-
§250.00.
Lobs ou Polhnm St., near Mary—$000,00
each.
Lot on Pclhnm St., nenr St. Andrew''-;
fine 8ito--$500.00.
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne—
$350.00.
Lot in St. Andrew's Square -$300.00.
Lots Iu Block fronting on North Am
road; finest chanco in the market fo*
rosidcnce or speculation—$125.00 t<
$175.00.
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 11, sub* Blnel
I2-J60.00 to $125.00.
Loti in Subdivision of
13—§100.00 each.
.ot 17, sub-Bloc
Lots in Westminster Addition ab $15.00
to $50.00.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies.
purity,KlR'imtli and wliolesomcness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, mid
eannot be sold in competition wltu (he
multltiuleof low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In enns,
Royal Baking Pownmt Co., ioe Wall St.,
New York. V -3fely
HOUSE TO RENT
ON ST. PATRICK'S SQUARE; Brooms.
$7 per month.  Apply to
UJelto 1. E. SULLKY.
FOR SALE.
ANEW HOUSE. ANI> LOT, fur snle
ebenp, on Halifax j-*!,., between IV1-
lliuil Sl.iiiid I'lieeti's Avenue. Apply on
the premises.    [dje*!w21   ft. O. SMITH.
TO LEASE.
THE UNION IIOl'SUopposlloMii-Hinle
und Oddfellows' Bloek.
For partlculnrs, apply nt tho
MAINLAND RESTAURANT,
djelml New Westminster.
FOR SALE.
mHE   HOUSE   ON   FRONT   STREET
lately used na a
Hotel mul Bakery
By Albert Delbel.   The oven is In prime
condition; two yenrs' lease.
Apply lo CI. A. KELLY,
dmyaate McKenzie St.
Plants for Bale!
© nan x-y .&. ap
In (liteat Vauibty, Inoludiso,
GERANIUMS, Double nml Single; FU-
CHTAS, nil new varieties; HOSE*-*,
Double PETUNIAS-*, MOON-FLOWKRSj
a line collection of DAHLIAS (named
varieties) ANNUALS, '25 els. pc*i* .lo/..
Mixed BEDDING PLANTS, f*l M per doz.
I offer 10 Plants for §1, Incliulhiir I Kluini
King Kuchin. BouqucU, Wreulbs nnd
Crosses mnd'- to order. Fruit, Ve*,'ctnbles
nud Flowers n*.Sbnv, next Cliy Hotel, Columbia St, Onlers bymiill promptly attended to      biwapiyi]      |», L.tril.t,!!,
-T*E*C**a-
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
Mu-
tl. J. WILSON,
HAHAGER.
Rntcs, $1.00 ami $1.50 pur Dny,
ACCORDING TO ROOM.
SPECIAL RATES BY TKE WEEK OR MONTH.
USB* Parties suppllQd wlih nil Iiln-is o.'
ICE-CREAM. drnj-jmO
T. A. MUIR
Chemists
& Druggists,
Iueen'S Hotel Blook
-    NewWestminster
A CHOICE LINE OP
Brushes,
Perfumes,
Combs,
Sachet Powtl'rs
Sponges,
Soaps,
TOILET
ART14JI.ES.
SCIENTIFIC MISCEUAjW.
During tho last ton years an
oculist of Oronstadt is said to havo
treated thirty cases of photo-oloctric
ophthalmia, a new diseaso due to
the action of the electric light on
the eyes,
A project is being considered for
adding 250,000 acres to the irrigated urea in Egypt, the water
boing tnken from n point so high
upon tho Nilo that tho canals shall
never run dry.
A unique collection of specimens
of tho earliest printed maps has
been made by Baron Nordonskjold.
It will he reproduced in a groat
atlas with accompanying text—a
Swedish and an English edition to
be issued.
Narrow* chested recruits of the
Prussian nriny nro to bo measured
monthly, and those whose chestB aro
not widened by drill ure to be discharged as predisposed to consumption. All are to bo considered
narrow-chested whose chests aro
less in circumference than half the
length of their bodies,
Prof. CJ. Sormani has shown that
the flesh of animals which have died
of tetanus may be eaten with
impunity, the bacillus passing
through the system without causing
special disturbance. An animal
may swallow unharmed 10,000 times
more than would kill if placed
beneath the skin. Tho germ itself
is una fleeted by tiio digestive juices.
Dr. Von Duliring has reported a
case in which tuberculosis was transmitted by the ear-rings of a girl who
died of consumption to another girl.
Shortly after tho second girl commenced to wear the ear-rings, an
ulcer containing tubercle bacilli
formed on her left ear, and she subsequently developed pulmonary consumption.
Skull Development.-—-By com
paring modern skulls with those of
tho samo race in an old monastery
in tlie Kedron Valley, Dr. Dight,
of the American College of Beirut,
Syria, has shown that thirteen centuries have added two inches to the
circumference and three and a half
cubic inches to tho capacity of tho
Caucasian skull. The brain h.\a developed in the parts presiding ovor
the moral and intellectual functions-
growing high and longer, without
increase of tho lower portions, which
give breadth to the head and in
which the selfish propensions are
centred.
LIBERAL AMOUNTS
Being Subscribed   all Over  the
States for the Seattlo and
Johnstown Sufferers.
A' Cave-in of Itock   in a 31ine
Causes the Death of
Four Miners.
The British Government Sends a
Message of Sympathy Concerning Johnstown Floods.
LIBEItAL RUUSCBII'TIONS.
New York, June 10.—Money continues coming into tbo mayor's office
for the relief of tho Conemaugh sufl'er-
eit. In an hour tliis mornitig $299,-
020 was counted. Walter Stanton,
chairman of tho transportation committee, received tho following dispatch
to-day from W. H. Thompson treasurer of the relief committeo of Johnstown:
"Your telegram recoived, offering to
donate for help of Johnstown sufferers.
(Jots, comforters and bedding badly
needed; ship to Johnstown mark
'James B.' The Chemical Company
sent a thousand one grain quinine pills
tn day."
KUNMING UP  KAST.
San Francisco, June 10.- Subscriptions to the Johnstown fund
amounted to $08,100 at noon.
of our own citizens will promptly lessen to thu stricken peoplo every loss
that is not wholly irretrievable and
which tho sympathy of tho queen and
the Kuj-lish poople will help to asauagc.
Will you, Mr, Minister, be pleased to
ci uvey to tho queen the sincere thanks
of tho American people."
a fatal feud.
Jacksonville, Juno 7.—A longstanding feud between Cnpt. Douglass
a prominent Democrat of Dayton,
and J. H. Benjamin, editor of the De
land News had its outcome in the fatal
shooting at Now Smyrna last night of
Douglas by Benjamin. Angered by
an attack upon him, which appeared
recently in Benjamin's paper, Douglas
assaulted him, knocking him off tbe
pier into tho marsh and jumping on
him. While he wbb holding his head
under water Benjamin managed to
draw a revolver and shoot his assailant dead, the ball entering his heart.
Thero is much excitment.
MOHR AID.
San Fkancisco, Juno 10.—It is pro-
1 to  divide tho §4,000 surplus
Proscriptions and tfuniily Recipes carefully dispensed from pure Drugs.
KiRht Hill nt I ei.drw.ee. dnpltc
Inndm Harris
SO  oo.
Real   Estate-,
INSURANCE
—anb—
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And tri.iiin.u--t aU Business relating to
Ileal Estate.
— At.ENTH POR	
london Afisurnnco Corporal lon.
I'lunnM'tli'iit Flro Insurance I'o, of
Hartford,
london and Lancashire life Assurance Go,
Canton Insurance OBlce, l.il. (Marino)
OFFICES!
Columbia St., New West'r.
4i Government St., Victoria
dWHGHyl
Artificial Suqau.—A feat of
much scientific interest, if not immediate commercial value, is the
rcce*rtt production of chemical sugar
by Fischer and Tafel, in the laboratory of tho University of Wurzburg.
Glycerin was used as tho starting-
point in the experiments. After
decomposition and treatment with
various reagents, a colorless syrup
wasobtained, which—unlike saccharine—appears to be a genuine sugar,
acting in every respect like ordinary
natural sugar except in being incapable of rotating a beam of polarized
light, The discoverers expect soon
to givo even tho lacking optical
activity to tho new product, which
is provisionally named acivse.
Animals of Wells.—The fauna
of well-water, as shown by Professor
Vejdovsky's examination of 231
wells of Prague, comprises 111
species of organisms, including 20
varieties of amoeba-like organisms,
12 varieties of flagellate infusoria,
45 varieties of other infusoria, 21
varieties of worms, and 10 varieties,
of Crustacea. These varieties are
washed by surface water into the
well**, whore thoy live in tho mud
on the bottom, their presence in the
water abovo being indicated by a
turbid appearance. Danger from
wells containing thorn arises chiefly
from the putrefying organic matter
supporting them, which greatly
favors tho development of fungi
which prey upon tho human body.
A New Idea in Mixing.—Water
as an extinguisher of the flames of
blasts .in uiiiioa hus been applied
in a novol manner—as a powdered
solid—in a form of explosive
devised by E. Muller, of Cologne.
This substance is called CmoiUitc,
and consists of suitable explosive a*
gents with which certain water*
containing salts—such as carbonate
of soda nnd sulphate of magnesia—
aro incorporated. Gi'isontite with
f>0 pur cent of carbonate of soda
contains ,10 per cunt of water, and
with sulphate of magnesia in like
proportion, 25 por cent. Experiments under tbo most dangerous
conditions have proven that tho
flames aro quenched, and that this
material is both safo and  cflicient.
Tides in tub Eaiitii.—Somo
twenty years ago, Herr Falb, nn
Austrian scientist, first suggested
tbo possibility that tbo moon may
act upon tho great ocean of molten
matter beneath tho earth's crust
exactly as it acts in producing tho
tides of the external ocean of water.
He now considers that the reality
of such action is proven, and that
the earth's crust is severely strained,
and moro or less warped nnd brokon,
at tho times the theory would indicate. It is during the periods of
greatest strain resulting from the
moon's attraction that earthquakes
appear to bo most likely to occur,
and that gases seem to bo forced into
coal-mines to such an oxtent as
greatly to increaso the explosions.
Job printing of all kinds neatly dono
at the Colvhbian offlco. Prices will he
found u low m at an? other office In
the provlnoe —Ado,
funds of tha National association convention between Johnstown and Seattle.
THE  MOKCIUES.
Johnstown, Pa., June 10.—At tho
Presbyterian church morgue this morning the lirst body brought in wait that
of a horribly mutilated man. Ho was
taken out of the ruins near the First
National Bunk, and is not identified.
Since six o'clock Inst night nine bodies
lmve beon taken to tho morguo ut tho
4th ward school building. Tho morgues at Kernovillo and at the Pennsylvania It. R. depot havo betn abandoned, and a new morgue located in
thu first ward school building noar
Stone bridge. The statu buard of
health reports all of the morgues in
favorable sanitary condition.
TEHHIBLE   ACCIDENT.
Wilkesbahie, Juno 10.—A terrible
accident occurred at (Jaybird 'mine,
Plymouth, thm morning. A number
of miners wero at work in a large
breach when without wa-'hing the
rocky roof fell in, For--/ men were
instantly killed, viz.: Tveeso Llloyd,
Pat Cnrley, Wm. Williams nnd Matthew Davis. Two Poles had their
legs cut off and will probably die. Insufficient propping was tho cause.
SERIOUS RAILWAY ACCIDENT.
Wilkesbarre, Pa., June 10.—The
fast express train on tho Lehigh Valley R. R., running between Ilnzelton
and Wilkeibarre, wus thrown from the
track at Sugar Nutoh this morning
while running at 35 miles per hour.
The carsVeru telescoped, and 2 of them
crushed in the framo houso which
stood near (ho track. Tlio tenants hud
narrow escapes. The escape of tha
passengers from instant death waa
miraculous. No ono was fatally hurt,
though tbe following sustained serious
injuries: JohnS. McGrorley. deputy
treasurer of Luzerno county; Georgo
U. Trouumm, a lawyer of Hazel ton,
John Lough, principal of Freeland
schools, and Mrs. Costello and child,
of Whitehaven, lb will take aU day to
clear tho wreck. All traffic is nt a
standstill. A brukon axlo under the
tender caused the train to leavo the
track.
A CHALLENGE.
Boston, Juno 10,--Henry C. Peterson of San Fruncisco, the well known
sculler, Eeut from Salt Lako city a
challenge to John McKay, of Halifax,
N. S., to row him n single i-cull race
three mili-s with turn ou somo eastern
lake for $1,000 a sido, tho race to
occur four weeks aftor signing articles.
WHEAT.
San Francisco, Juno 10,—Wheat
firm, buyer 80,184|, seller 89, 126*,
buyer 89 after Aug. Ist 133J.
New York, June 10.—Wheat moderate, June 81], July 82, Aug. 82|.
KOI) BE It CUO HT.
Cmco, Cal., Juno 10.—An attempt
was made nt 1:15 this morning by
burglar-i lo rob Fluhbell & Booths
hardwaro store. The robber had obtained Bomo booty nnd waa leaving tho
store when tie was stopped by un offi
oar, A cane was levelled at him as if
it were a rifle.   Tho thief was arrested.
AFFAIRS  AT JOHNSTOWN,
Johnston, Ph., June 10.—Ram bo*
gan falling at four o'clock this morning and is now coming down in a pour.
Thn laborers work right along and
will so continue, All of tho laboring
men who worked on the wreck will bo
paid off on Weduosdny nnd as many
of them ns desire will be givon omploy*
mem by tho stato. This morning n
drUil of thy 14th regiment was aeut
to Cambria Oity to bring out 200
Italians and compel them to go to
work They have been drawing ration* right along but have refused to
work. They are now at work with
a guard over them. At Cambria hos*
pitnl tlioro are a few female patients
Biifleiing from nervous prostration.
Lato yestorday tho ruins nf tho Catholic church and 3 other large buildings
near the Baltimore and Ohio passenger
station, wero condemned and blown
up by dynamite. Tho bodies recovered yesterday wore all in such an advanced Binge of decomposition that it
wns necessary to pour disinfectants on
tho clothes before the workmen oould
handle thom.
RRITISU COURTESY.
Washinoto, Juno 8.—Sir Julian
Pauuccfote, the British minister,
called on the president to-day and delivered to him tho messago of sympathy
from Queen Victoria forthe losses sustained by American people by the
Johnstown disaster. Sir Julian delivered tho message verbally and tho
president replied: "This messago of
sympathy from her majesty tho queen
will be accepted by our people as
another expression of her generous
character as well as of tho friendliness
and good will of hor peoplo. The
dis-istors which have fallen upon
several communities in the state of
Pennsylvania while extreme nnd full
of tho most tragic and horrifying incidents, have fortunately boen limited
in territorial extont.   Tho genorostty
THE WELDON ACT.
Ottawa, June O.—The government
will send a dispatch to England transmitting the. Weldon extradition act of
last session. It points out that a royal
commission three yearsaj-jo recommended that extradition treaties should not
be held to be indispensable, but that
statute power ahould ho given tho pro-
per authorities lo deliver up fugitives
and criminals whoso surrender is naked
for, irrespective of the existence tf auy
extradition treaty, und the Weldon act
simply carried out this rccommimda-
tinn. The vicious influence upon the
Canadian population of American
criminal fugitives is referred to, and
the dispatch holds that Canada has a
perfect right to legislate ou matters
pertaining to lho peace and good government of the couutry. If the act is
allowed, it is proposed to apply it to
tiic states und Mexico.
THE CHURCHES.
suiuniuries or City  Sermons  Spoken
lesiiTiitiT*
ST. MARY'S, SAPPERTON.
At St. Marys' church, Sapperton,
yesterday morning, His Liirdship,
Bishop Sillitoe, preached an interesting and instructive sermon on tho subject of the Holy Ghost, taking fur hia
text, Acta 19 chap. 2nd verse : He mid
unto them, hnvt* ye received the Holy
Ghost since ye believed? And they
said unto him, we have not so much in-
heard whether there be any Holy
Ghost. "Tho church, dear friends,
teaches us to regard the Holy Ghost as
a faot, and the Creed says : 'I behove
in tho Holy Ghuit' To say anything
clear on the power of the Holy Ghost
is impossible, but I hope many of ymi
know and have felt its power within.
We have only hints from lime to time
in tho scriptures, but no more, and I
suppose God does this intentionally.
The great difficulty in regard to the
Holy Ghost, as well as other articles of
the church, ia that the wurld will not
receive them, because tho world has
not tho faith to believe. Believe iu
God, Jcbus Christ and the Holy Ghost;
that is the whole scheme of holy religion as propounded lo us in the book
of common prayer. Jesus said, 'If I
do not go away tho Comforter will uot
como to you.' But how many will not
believe in this Comforter. Man Bays,
'do, how can I believe some other being is within me.1 Thank God, many
of us can and do believe. The actiun
of iho Holy Spirit is like the dew
which imperceptibly fallolh from
heaven. Tho coming of tho Holy
Spirit iB also imperceptible, and 'according to your faith shall it be unto
you.' That is, you shall receive the
Holy Ghost. Jesus Christ after finishing his earthly duties ascended to
heaven, but he would uot leave human
nature alone. No, He sends another
Comforter to be with His people nnd
His church to tbe end of time. We
have to believe in the indevolling of
tho Holy Spirit to guard us from siiiB
coming from the heart as well as thoso
coming from without. Being lead by
tho Spirit means the surrender of ourselves to its inclinations. We oan, we
may and we must so yeild to the guidance of the Holy Spirit—and then
thero will be no condemnation. There
is no subject so neglected as that of the
Holy Spirit in the church of OhriBt and
that is why I took this text to-day.
Whole churches eliminate tlio Holy
Ghost from their teachings and service-!, but this is not in accordance
with what is right, and we oro taught
by tho scriptures to follow in our worship of Gud. Tako thu ofliceB of the
church and read them through and
you will find much to instruct you on
tho subject of which I have spoken."
METHODIST CHURCH.
At thn Methodist church last evening the Rev. J. H. Whito preached
from Genesis 3rd chap, part of 8th
vorao, "And they beard the voico of
tho Lord God, walking in tho garden
in the cool of the day," and spoke f-uh*
Htantially as follows : Theso are vory
ancient records, but it ia an error to
suppose that this book ef Gene3;s was
written by Moses; he was tho compiler
of theso accounts given in Genetic,
thoy having boen handed down by
thoso wbo wero upon tho scene prior to
tho me in urable rescue of Moses from
tho ark of bulrushes; but while he was
not tho author of this book of Genesis,
but tho compiler, the other record-* arc
of his authorship. Thero is one reason
why I believe if Moses had written
Genesis ho would have described God
in a different way, such as "God Almighty," tho "Everlasting God;" those
accounts here seem to bo just like the
writing ot children, so simple in their
language, and they speak of God, and
He is described, just as if He were ono
of tho Gods of tho heathen. This
book might bo reconstructed in the
higher language such as used by Moses,
but poople would object and say it was
not tho simple record of tho peoplo of
the oarly (Jays. "They heard the
voice of tbo Lord God walking in tbo
garden in tho cool of the day," or ovening. Have you ever thought of the
moral valuo of night, or tho cool hush
of .eventide 1 A groat many would go
mad if it woro not for night, tho toil
and anxieties of thoir business would
break them down; they would never
stop until their wholo framo was exhausted, body and mind, wore it not
for tho quiet cool hush of ovening, and
the still dnrknois of midnight, to slumber nnd refresh the frame for tbo next
day's struggle. Just think, nt the
coming of eventide, how good and
pleasant it is for a mau to lay aside hiB
work and join his family, making tho
circle more complete, and the tendency,
thus united, to have thoughts about
God and meditation of His providence,
and the possible influences upon your
children from conversing of the goodness of the Almighty.  Then just think
wiiat the coming of evening means to
the sick, the invalids, who have all the
day been unable to find a cool place to
rest, but when night comes,   and  its
cool breezes fan the brow of the fevered one, bringing repose and forgetful*
nesB of pain, these afflicted ones will
rejoice and count it a blessed thing that
God has sent us tbo eventide.   Then it
ia a blessed time for the sinner, a time
for thought of things forgotten in the
bustle and heat of the day; for many
that have fallen, to think of God, and
thero comes up boforo  them in  the
hush of eventide thoughts of tho prayers learnt iu their youth, taught them
by those now passed away, and terror
seizes them that they have forgotten
these in thoir madness of sin, and they
instinctively seek to bide  themselves
from God's accusing voice,  and perchance just then, conscience stricken,
they reviow the past, and in penitence
ask for pardon, and launch out into a
new life, better for the meditation at
eventide.   And this eventide is not
only a blessing to the sinner,  but to
the Christian; the thoughts are not always under control, and during the '
heat nnd turmoil of Ihe dny thoy may
have w undered in thought and action,
and now when eventide comes they too
meditate on the wonderful providence
and gm-diitss of an ever watuiful God.
Aud will not you, who have.wandored
fur from God, hear just for a little
while HiB voice to-night; God  takes
occasion as a wise teacher to attract attention by lowering His voice, low and
sweet, and speaks in soft whispeis in
tho quiet hush of the evening, just as
he did  to  Elijah.   God   sometimes
separates us   from  the bustle and
activity of life, and then speaks to us.
The periodical depression in business,
I believe God sends, bo that we may be
afforded time to think of Him, and it
iB a blessed thing that at night we have
to lay asido business; some would not,
only that they must sleep or die. Somo
say it is impossible for them to think
of God, they havn't time; but if their
wife or child were to die  they could
shut the store, crape would  be  upon
tbe handle, and, although they may
fret and fume, they close up, if for no
other reason than that people would
marvel if they did otherwise.   Then,
in sickness and  bodily  infirmity  we
havo to find time to put aside  business, and the town goes on just as well
as if we were at our accustomed post.
Jesus led the blind mau out of  town
to speak to him, and it  would  be a
grand thing if wo were led out of town
into the quiet country disiriot, or away
down to one of the islands in the gulf,
su that in tbo quietude   God,  when
speaking, might be sure of a  heariog.
Then, old age, tho eventide of life, is
sure to come; it is n  ead  thing,  and
goes to the heart, tbe first time a man
in spoken of as "the old man:" there
is a strange feeling,  and   there  are
many horo who, if you  have not  experienced it, you very soon will;  you
will be spoken uf by your relations  as
the old man, und you will begin to
feel old; your vigour, strength,  sight,
puwer will fail, it has got  to como:
then your mind will seem to  fail, ard
you will at last become old  fashioned
in your notions, and you will begin  lo
feel you nre uuing down the hill of life;
and bleifcd is the  man that can  go
down cheerfully, just as a tired workman at the close ot the heat of the day,
and 1 think that in old age God speaks
as he does not at any other time of life,
when tbo duties and cares have ceased
aud tho nature becomes mellow,  softened and ripened.   And now,  as in
tho garden, how many are  hiding in
God's gifts from God,   having everything so smooth and comfortable that
they forget Him who has provided?   I
beg of you to hear His voice, and although you may not return to the paradise of Eden, you may enter the better paradise, of which  Christ is tho
door, and in the quiet stillness of this
summer Sabbath evening contemplate
a little of tbe heaven and rest prepared through Him, and let your heart
go out to Him, in adoration and thankfulness, this summer evening.   God
bless every member of this congregation this summer Sabbath evening,
— ■£■.
Cliilllwack Council.
The municipal council of Chilliwack
met for regular business, at the counoil
chambers, on tbo 4th June, 1889.
Present, Reeve Cawley, and Couns.
Kennedy, Armstrong, Lick man, Reice,
and Bayly. Minutes of previous meeting read, and adopted.
Communications: From W. S.
Gore, surveyor-general, re Danville
bridge.—Placed on file. From D.
Robson, New Westminster city olerk,
stating that he nad shipped 650 advertising "folders" to this council for distribution. — Ordered tiled. From
Corbould, McColl & Jenns, regarding
drainage on Prairio central road.—
Clerk instructed to roply, From H.
Webb, assessor, asking counoil to appoint a committee to look over assessment roll with him, to seo that no
names wero loft off. On motion the
reeve and clerk wore appointed com-
mit'co on tbe samo.
The following accounts wero received
and ordeivd paid: J. McKenzie. 84.
50, work on road; steamer Irving 75
cts., freight; HendcrBouBros.,$50.25,
nccount uf ballot box, supplies to J.
Hnrdisoti, and order from Alex, Cruik-
shanks.
Petitions: From Hugh Ramsey,
nud others, calling attention to a
former petition laid over. From Wm.
Ncwley, and othors, asking that an
examination of the Semiault creek be
made, undor section 08, of tho "municipalities act, 1889." Granted. From
residents of the Lickman road, asking
for nu appropriation on the same. Referred to board of works.
Tenders for municipal work; grading
Trunk road, at Cheam sohool house,
E. Viokorson, 845; N. Munro, 955.
On motion E. Vickerson's tender wu
accepted. Corduroy on Upper Prairie
road,—J. GibBon, 81.25 per rod; A,
Smith, 81.36; J. Ford, 81.90 per rod.
On motion J. Gibson's tender waa accepted. Ditch on Chilliwack central
road—N. Munro, 95 cts. per rod,
whioh wbb on motion accepted. Cor
duroy on McGuire road, was lot to
Hugh Ramsey at 81.75 per rod. On
motion, J, McDonald's tender of $797
for constructing Oamp Slough bridge
was accepted.
Council adjourned to meet Sth init,,
at 8 o'clock p. m.
S. A. Cawley, 0, M. 0.
Children Cry for Pitcher'iCastorta THE   DAILY   COLUMBIAN
I'UUI.UjllEl)
Every Ani-rnoou except Sunday,
HY THE
■KEJJN'-lSr-UJ'DTr       BROTH33RS,
At llielr flteam   Printing Eatabllsb-
nifiiit, Columliln Street.
BY   mail:
for 12 rai}(illis 8S 00
Kor ll months.; J 25
Fnr $ months. * 2 25
DELIVERED IN THE CITY:
Por 12 months 8*0 00
Tor (i months  & J»
Per montl      ™
forweelt    , •-->
Payment liiiiHc.'isPs(ex«'pt for weekly
!*a'o) to he made In advance.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
I-tHiU'tl every IVcdiiesday llnniliii*.
Itolivered In the City, per year. 99.90
Mulled, nuryear 2.00
Mulled, 0 moiilhs -  l.'.i)
gmlfi Jptittoh Columbian
.llundny tlicnlitc, -linn- 10, ISSll.
Continuing our remarks on the
water works aoheine, we would submit, in tho lirst placo, for tbu information of our renders, a few iigures
taken from the annual reports of
olHcers of the corporation of the city
of Victoria for the year 188S. Tho
figures relate to tho results of the
operation of the water works of that
city, aud may assist somo of our
readers to form definite ideas of tho
probable revenue from, and expenditures incident to, tbo operation of a
system of water works in this place.
Ou page 12 of tho report we find
the Victoria water works itemized
among cash receipts ns:
Wator works rents §37,763.93
Fire insurance tax    0,225,00
connection with the supply. In the
foregoing calculations it has been
assumed that the present population
of tho city is (i,000, and thnt 4,000
persons would tako water the first
year. If any aro disposed to object
to theso figures as too high, it may
bo remembered tha fc the water works
can hardly bo completed in much
less than a year from tlie passing of
tho bylaw, when our population is
certain to be much larger than it is
at present. On all grounds, there
cannot be tho slightest doubt tbat
tho water works, with liberal terms
and conditions given to consumers,
will pay for themselves from tho
start, and provide a surplus that
shall bo suflicient to make extensions
of tbo works, when required, pay
interest and sinking fund on an
amount that will bo required for
sewerage, nud eventually prove a
sourco of city revenue over and
nbove all theso.
Making a total of 543,988,93
Aud (on page 15) tho operating expenses as:
Interest on loans $13,050.00
Sinking fund    0,090.00
Salaries, printing, &c    4,901.50
520,050.59
Leaving a balance of profit of
$17,338.3-1 on tho year's operation
—a sum sufiiciont lo pay bl per
cent, dividends on stock to tho
amount of the wholo cost of the
works, were they in tho hands of a
private company. On page 10 we
find the --'construction account" of
the works given at 8261,316.44-
exclusive of the "resorvior account,"
which is given at §54,820.47, making a sum of 8316,130.91 invested
in the works. On page 36 we find
the number of service pipes connected with the mains given at 1,738,
and, assuming uu average of 7 consumers to be supplied by euch service pipe (an averjtgo wliich has
been established ns a fair standard
from the statistics of many cities
possessing water works), wo have a
population cf -.onsumers of Iii, 166.
Tho average amount contributed to
the revenue derived from water
mtes, in Victoria, ia, therefore, 83.-
10 per head of the population,
Now, assuming tho cost of tlio
proposed Now Westminster works
to bo 8200,000, and tlio annual expenditures upon their operation to
bo:
Interest at 5 per cent $10,000.00
Sinking fund to redeem $200;-
000 50-year bonds fto I - In*
vested at 3 per cent, compound interest, an in Victoria)     1,773.10
Salaries, &o., as in Victoria..   4,001.09
We have a total nf operating
expenses cf {"10,074.09
Again, assuming that two-thirds of
the present population of Westminster will avail themselves of tho proposed works to obtain their Water
supply—leaving one third to supply
themselves from well**,, if they prefer
to do so—and those who take water
will contribute to the reventu* the
same rate per head as in Yiotorift,
we bave, from:
Water ratea (4,000 consumer.*
at $3.10) $12,400.00
Fire protection rate, $ of 1 per
cent, on tlie amount of as*
sassinont roll of 82,540,245..   G,;i50.00
Making a total revenue of....§18,750.01
Leaving a balance of profit of $1,-
075.92 at the outset, from a revenue
raised from tbe imposition of ordinary rates such as aro levied in
other cities, upon thoso citizens who
nre directly benefitted by the works.
To this balance of profit might fairly
bo addod at least another 81,000 for
the valuo of water that would be
afl'orded by the works for sower
Hushing, {Vancouver, whieh docs
uot own ita water works, it might
be mentioned here, pays about $1200
for this service.)And if any valuo bo
sot ou publio fountains, drinking
troughs, -.tc, the amount of profit to
the city would be further augmented
theroby,
Home of the statements and  assumptions in tho   forogoing   might
stand u word of comment.   It will
be noticed   that a  firo  protection
ruio of \ of   1 per cent, on  the assessment roll ii mentioned as one of
tho sources  of revenue  from   tbo
water works.   In Victoria this rate
is levied us a tivx on flro insurance
companies, and tbo companies, of
course, tnko it out of tho insurers
by tho imposition of higher insurance rutes.    Tbo proposal to levy
tho   tax in this city directly upon
the ratepayers is more equitable, and
the result will bo fully as satisfactory, if  not more so.   Tho almost
purfeot (ire protontion that will bo
affoidetl by   lho   water works for
overy pnrt of the city will bring insurance rates down to a figure that
will more than compensate for tho
lire protection tax, whilo, in the caso
of thoso who do not make a practice
of insuring against fire, the comparative safety guaranteed their homes
and property is surely a consideration of valuo equal to tho small tax
for   that   purposo,   ..Moreover,  tho
tax itself would ho reduced, or even
removed, in  timo, us tlio rcvonuo
from   the works increased, as it is
certain to do steadily and rapidly,
with tbo growth of tho city and tho
appreciation of tho conveniences and
advantages  of  the  works,  which
must lead nearly everyone to seok
Some people that know little or
nothing of tho cost of constructing
water works, and are utterly incompetent to form nu estimate, for tho
very good reason that that sort of
thing isn't in their   line,   render
themselves absurd by scoffing at tbo
estimate which the water   works
company have figured out as necessary to complete   tho   works,   and
upon   which    tho    city   proposes
to    borrow   $200,000    for    that
purposo   and   to   meet the §20,-
000   purchase     money    required,
and declare that a much larger sum
will be necessary.   Last year, when
tho Coquitlam Water Works Oompany  were  negotiating  with  the
Bank of Montreal for a loan to complete tho works to this  city as  a
private enterprise, tho Bank employed nn independent  engineer   and
expert, Mr. H,  P.  Bell, M.I.O.K,
ito, to report on the schemo and as
to the advisability of loaning the
money asked.   Mr. Bell, in his report to tho monetary   institution
nbovo mentioned, figured on water
works   to   supply    ubout    10,000
peoplo and givo 75   fire   hydrants,
and mado tho total   cost  of works
complete 8195,768.    This total included an item of §9,900 interest,
being ono year's   interest   on   tho
amount expended for construction,
before any revenue could be received from the works.   As tho expenditure for  construction   would   bo
expended over the entire period of
construction, and the whole nmounfc
would not be paid out at tbe commencement, the item   of   interest
noted above would not cost the city
probably moro limn  §5,000.   Mr.
Bell's estimate in the various items
provides for a population of  10,000,
and  in  some   particulars   certain
expenditures  would  not   obviously
bu mado until  our   population   approximates  that   figure.   It   will
thus be seen that the $200,000 proposed lo bo borrowed will be ample
for   tho   purposes    required.     It
should be mentioned that Mr. Bell's
report was made upon tho prospectus
of tho Coquitlam Water "Works Co.,
prepared by Mr. A. E. Hill, O.K.,
and that Mr. Bell's report was practically corroborative of Mr. Hill's
ostiinato ou the cost of tho works.
Mr. Bell concluded his ablo and exhaustive report with this very  favorable and positive recommendation:
"I am under tho impression that uny
water works in iv rising town of a
growing country, that will pay expenses tl.o firsH year is a first-class
ii.v 'stuient, und conclude by stating
that *o far as my judgment.serves,
I   consider   the   Coquitlnm waterworks debentures a safe investment
for tho Bank now, nnd tho enterprise one of promise for tho shareholder in tho not distant future."
NEW WESTMINSTER
Real Estate and Financial Agency
RICHARI
HAYWOOD & MACKINTOSH,
Conveyancers tt Notaries Public.
**"**. O. Bos 219.
Wele-plxo-a© *N*o. 31.
Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms easy.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
Money to Loan. *•*£
g5,WB DO NOT SPECULATE OURSELVES, but jjli'e out customers thu benefit of nil our special bargains.
COLONIAL HOTEL BUILDING,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
=-QFI*IOE8 i
233 CORDOVA ST.
VANCOUVER
Bl YATES ST
VICTORIA.
AMIS D. RAE
[SUCCESSOR TO D.  MePHADEN)
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FIRST-CLASS
Groceries and Provisions
"OB** BS MS MM «*.     «Sr. -d •
Codecs Roasted and Ground on the Premises.   Fine Teas a Specialty.
-COLUMBIA STREET-
Notice of Sale by Sheriff.
PURSUANT TO EXECUTIONS AGAINST LANDS ACT, 187-1.
Ill I lie Supreme Court of British Columbia mul in tiic County
Court of New Westminster.
F, G. VERNON, HERMANN "WICKERS, POST ILL BROS., T. NEELANDS,
PliAIWTIFFS,
WILLIAM CALKINS, Defendant,
IN OBEDIENCE TO WRITS OP EXECUTION ISSUED OUT OF THE ABOVE
Courts on MioESi'-l 'imUT'li dnv-s nf May, lfi.0, respectively, nnd to mo directed in
tlioiil)OVt!*iuiiiieit suits, dirt in; mini of -.■TiWliiml Interest cm llio same nl. the rate of fl
per cou turn pot annum until pnld; besides Sheriff's fees, poundage and other expen*-
scs nf tt'J3 execution, I lmve seized nnd will oiler for sale by auction, ut the OOURT
HOUSB, Now Wt-slminnter, on
Thursday the 27th Day of June Next,
Atl2n-elock noon, til! the right, title nml Interest of tho salt! William Cnlklns. as-
described in tffljj udYerllseinent, or miftlolent thereof to satisfy tlm judgment debt nnd
expeiiK'*, In ih.1** action, subject to a mortgage for §1,500.00 and interest thereon at 0
per oontlim i>er annum from lho Hth Mnrch, ISSS.
District.
New Westminster
No. of Lot.
tforth West ":[ of Section 28,
Township 26.
Concise description of property.
Prai rlo land partly ditched 4 under cultivation;
build'ga thereon
Estate or Int-st
  i were registered In   the Land Registry Office, on the CSlli day
uy nnd lhe 27th day of March, 18811, respectively, against snid lands.
*W. 7. .A.'RMST'ROa'TCJ-, BKERIFF,
djeioii! Westminster County.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
To Coiiti*actors& Carpenters
niENDERS WILL HE RECEIVED BV
I the underfill*ned np to noon of SATURDAY, '.''ill, In-.!., for the dividing of
Herring's opera House Into tenements,
and other work. Plans nnd sueeUlcationn
can bn seen at my otllce, ilnry Street.
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted,
G. W. GRANT.
New West mi nstor, June.7,18S9.     dje7td
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
E8TABLTBHIID IKS,
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Man Cicuinxi of All Klnils ol
Bread, Gabs & Biscuits
Coiilnrcl.ii'S by Aiprdnlmonl   lo Her
UliJe*.''V-B ISiyn. Nrvy,ibe lumil-
nini (•iivcr.'inmiil. &e.
Med,' nml Diploma awnr oil at Llio Colonial ami Indian Kxluolilnn, London, I8S0,
FACTORY—Nlarjnr.lBt, .Tnmet-lhy,
OFKiCEs:-j7 ITorl M., Victorin, li'c.
tlauSmf
AUCTIONEERS.
Under Instructions from the Hon. chief
Commissioner of Lands & Works,
on behalf of the
Provincial Government
Wo Will sell by
®
CnV OF HEW WESTMINS1ER
-OS-
fetetlay.jMB IM, 1839
At 12 o'clock, Noon,
BecMonsH,]5,
Nortii, I*
lfl, l'i and 20, Wrick ■!
j West, coiitnlniii?
1120 .A-GIEIjUS
Of Fnrm In** Lnnd, situate on
LULU ISLAND
Paid I
of: ii
TEi::-
myarrt.wtd
nsw!'I bo Bold lu Hiibdl visions
H' rn h,l< ino months,J,-; iu
Witn in- I o.i dc/oircri imy-
ie, ,1'o'fi )or-cii'. ti'-raniiinu
neiii.i'H nn- maps now ready for
m.
J03HUA DAVIES,
Auctioneer.
Ill
Notice of Sale by Sherlfi
PURSUANT TO EXECUTIONS AGAINST LANDS ACT, 187-1.
tho County Court of New Westminster, holcien at Kew
Westminster*
L. P, ECKSTEIN,
W. JI. BROWN,
Plaintiff,
dufendant.
IN OBEDIENCE TO A WRIT OF PI FA ISSUED OUT OP THE COUNTY COURT
of New Westminster, on the Mlh November, im, aud to mc directed In tlm
nbovo named suit forthe sum nf 8117.7,1, debt nnd costs, nlso Interns! on the same nt
4 per cenium por annum from the !ll.h dny of October, IKSS, until pnld, besides Sheriff's
fees, poundage, and other expenses of thi* execution, I have seized and will oiler for
salo by Auction, at Iho Court House, Now Westminster, on
Thursday, the 27th day of June, next,
Atl2oe|ock,nuon,all the right, title and Interestof llm said W. IT Brown, as described lu tbls advertisement, or sufficient thereof tn satisfy tho judgment, iichtund
expense!* in (his ncllou, subject to a mortuag** for SUi 0,00 und Interest on the samo at
Oner centum peruni.nm from the 26th September, Iffli
Fresh. Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Canadian Lard.
Ooffees a specialty.
Columbia & Blackie Sts.
DesBRISAY, Cor.
daplOto
1UGGIE(
JUST RECEIVED,
A CAK-liOAIJ OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring iMcLangHan
DUPLEX, HANDY,
Democrat and .
BRADLEY & OTHER
'>-..:.■-"J
igons!
I'C'Thc 13
•itish Column
it -iru! Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
'Toronto' Mowers
3ll Mowers
New Westminster.
Concise closer! p*
lion of l'luporly
Agrloultur'l land
partly  cleared,
wiili buildings
thereon.
Eatatn or.lril'st
Tho Judgment wns registered in lhe Lnnd Registry Office, Now Wostminstor
QglMnst said lands on the Oth dny of October, 1838.
-W. 7. -ASltfSTKOKTa*, B5M»lSf.
djeiotd WestminBter County.
PXONBBB
HARDWARE
i*r
jk. ns:
ESTABLISHED 13:2.
Jas. Cunningham
COLUMBIA STIIEET, WESTMINSTER, D. 0.
niroriTEK ok
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,,
Wall Papers,
Stovea, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipo,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANDrACTUHEB OK
WS.TIN8 SHEET-IRON WARE.
CONTItACTH FOB
Iron Cornice Work, Gas-fitting-,
Plumbing, Roofing, &c.
Notice to Cannerymen
THOS. LEVI'S GAN-FfLLINO PROrECTOR
MAY BK OBTAINED ON APPLIOA-
tlon to i:. ti. M Ul LL.tll A UK
Any person or persons found iislngthem
without, Mm piUcnt -*tum|Mvlll be prosecuted. THOS. L1UVI.
Now West., 27th May, 1980.       dmy27ml
Education Biusoh oi* tuk
1-ltOVIKOIAI. SEORBTAUY-S DlJl'T,
Victoria, May 7th, 1880.
NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN THAT
tho Annual E*-umlnii(iiin of candidates for eerllllcntes ot minllti-ullnil io
leach In the Public Sflhoolsof llio Province will be held ns fOtlOWB, COinmeilOlDg
on llniiiliiy, July Kill, nt 10 a. in,:
In Victoria Legislative Hall.
In KamlOOp8.,,Pul'HoSollOOl Uulldlnt;.
Each applicant must forward n notice,
llililydiivs before the Examlliallon.slnt-
In** IlieclnsKUnd yi*a<l<* nf coillllciil" fm-
which lie will be a candidate, uud tlio
plaeo nt whicli he will attend.
S. ». POPE,
dmylOml Siiperlntendentof Eduoailon.
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE   BARGAINS
 IN	
Suits tt Pants
r
TAIL0I1INQ ESTABLISHMENT.
Wo nro soiling I lie best of
Ellgllslii Seo tell & French Goods
At prices nwny down Clionpor tlinn
Ever.
Cnll and cxnmino nnd wo tiro sntlsdod
thnt you will buy boforo you lenvolbo
storo,
All work gtmrnnlood.
dmhlyl is t'olumMn Slrccl,
Planet, _r., tinrden Tools,
li.rtivn Mowers, &c. &«.
fake.
Sharp's Oo.
.ar.
HUTU!
illlilll iTIMl  11
*Joluiiiliiii Stroot, Now Wostminstor.
VAN   VOLKENBURQH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PrKVEYOltS  IS  GEXEBAL.     I-'KESH AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS O.'. I1ASU.
*3TSpccial lines qnotcil for llio shipping trado.   Family orders strictly nttoudod
to.   Hotels will lind it to their interest to placo their orders with tlio ahovo firm,
dffinoly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & ~REICHENBACH,
(SUCCESSORS TO W. B, TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Mams, Huron, ftaitsnge, Bolognas, Etc*
d mil yl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING
Thb CoMJ-iuiAN Piusrisci Estabiishmekthas first-okss facUties for
all kinds of Oommcrciiil Printing. Bill Heads Letter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms o- every description, Posters, Dodgers,
PrlOO Lists, 'to.   Prions will bo found ns low ns „t any other officm where
(irst-clnss work is dono.
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES & RAN
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
Intending Buyers should make a note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
dwnolyl
THIS SPACE BELONGS TO
H. T. RE
HARDWARE MEUCHANTS.
"he NEW WESTMINSTER
Front St., New Westminstor, B. C.
HOJSJSES.'S* 1_tJ_-."%l_r, - - __Z__.1--J_.&3E-__i.
Z_Z_-.-ZT-_T_Z-._.0-ZXT__-.2_a   OD3-
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY,
AGll*(:n.TI'l!AI, & ALL EUSRS Ol' MACE1ISEI1Y.
Brass and Iron Casting's made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. 8.—All order.* from tlio upper country promptly nUeinkd to,
dwrinlmU
HAS. IVIUUl
Front Street, Wow Westminster.
NewWestminster MillsWoolen floods
EXTKA FAH8LY BLANKETS,
FLAfy^ELS, WORSTEDS&all lands of Woolen Oosds
U E,% BI'-B A B.. C.LQ1'U 8 lW.
__W Tl'c only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the Nciv Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmhjotc
Douglas & Deighton, . \
tMIIUFAStKltS AIIB IMPORTERS DF
d  dAUuLCo
"W '££ ± 3P S
£'
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, B. C.
SEND IN YOUK OltDEUS.   AIX WOIUC OV THE BEST JIATEllIAL ANO
WOlilCMANSIlll'.   ritlCKS LOW,
noldwly
ROYAL CITY
Company. Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MASUFACTUKKRS AND DEALEM IN
IB n UIO HIDL**-
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
.A-ICTD  __X,T,  ZRZX2_-_.B 03T
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames,   Windows,
Alouldtiiffs. Balusters,
Blinds. Brackets,
Stalling*, Newels.
PLAIN ANO FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolMw!}- Lipor License By-Law.
A By-Law to Provido for tlio Grunting
of Licenses for the Sale of Intoxicating
Liquors within the City of New Westminster, and to Regulato Places so
Licensed, and to Fix the Fee for euch
License.
(\T7HEBBAflITIS EXPEDIENT THAT
' VV provision should bo mnde for Issuing
i llconscs/or IhosOloofJntbxlcuUnglltiuor*)
[Wllhln tlie City of New Westminster, and
:.'regulating t ho liouaus hi rospeel of- whleh
suoh licenses may hourunlod, and llinlt-
5 ingthe number of suoh lloenses, und lix-
. fut* I he fee to bo paid fur such licenses;
• Tin* hi* "-'a in*, tlie Mayor and aldermen
of ihe City of New Westmllister In council
nssfiinblod, under tho powers cohlalncd In
the ''Now Westminster Act, 18S8," and llio
"New Westminster Act, ISSS Amendment
Act," enact an follows:
1. It shall bo lawful for the Licensing
Board for the Cily of Now Westminster to
direct tho iSBUflof licenses, rlliit'i* written
or printed, or partly written and partly
primed,of il**! Bfivernl kinds ordosorlp-
,lions following, thut Is lo say:
(a) Hotol Licenses,
(ti) Baloon Licenses,
jc] Wholesale Licences.
2 Every  such license shnll nnlhorlzo
tho person licensed K'noII, sulilci't lo the
provisions of   this  by-law and of   tbe
' -il ui mcs relating to the sale of liquors, all
spirituous uud mail liquors ami all com
liluaiions of liquors niiiUliinltHiinil drink-
able liquids wlijch arc Intoxlcatlhgj and
such ilcenso shall bo nit-noil by llio Cily
lOlork.
tf, A hotel license or mi loon license shall
uul.horli*olhe llcen co lo sell and itisposo
of uny liquors In quantities not exceeding
two gallons, which in ay he drunk In the
1 hold or saloon In whleh lho same Is sold,
tt J. A Wholesale Iloonso shall authorize
Ltlie licensee tit sell and dispose of liquors
tin his warehouse, store, shop, or placode*
I lined in the license, in quantities of not
f .ess than two gallons In eaoh cask or yea*
■nol; and whenever such selling by whole*
finale Is In respect of botlleil ule, potior,
■boor, wine, or other tormented or spirit*-
t lions liquor, euch sueli sale shall bo in
■quantities q! not less than ono dozen re*
ttputctl quart bnllles; provided thnt none of
■the liquor so sold shnll lie consumed In or
fli pon the pvcinl'ie** In rerpeot. of which tho
Illcense Is granted,
y a. The Licensing Hoard for tho add oily
I'-lmll hold ii moollng on tht- (bird Wed-
Kicsday in tlio months of Mareb, June,
I-lcptomber and December for the oonsh-
7'ration of applications for llci'iiscs, nnd
■luoh meeting may bo adjourned from-
Wmo to time by resolution lo be recorded
Jin tho minnto book of the board.
. Every application fora license to sell
Ij-.l'iuors shall be by potition to be filed
Ilvllh tho Uily Clerk at least fourteen clear
■lays before ihomoetlng of tho Licensing
Hoard, and shall bo accompanied by a fee
Bif 82.60, tocovortbeexponsesof Inspection
Imd license, and a notice of such application shall lm inserted twice in some news*
Riiiper published within the city, prior to
lho application, giving full particulars ns
Do (he names of parties and tho premises
In respect of which tho license Is required,
fl 7. Upon receintof such application tho
Wllty Clerk shnll transmit tbo same lo tho
inspector, who shall Inspect tho premises
M<f tho applicant und report lu writing to
goo board, nnd such report shall contain:
Ml] a description lu brief of tho house,
{-•remises and furniture; (2] if lho application is mado by a person who proyl-
R-usly held a license In tbo city, n stale*
Kaent as to tho manner in which the
l.ouse lias boon conducted during the ex*
litcnccof lho poovlous license; |il] astute-
Ifiontwhethertho applicant Is a lit and
I) roper person In hnvo such a Hconao, and
B.'hethcr ho Is of good name, fume and
T-?pute; [I] a slu'cmem- whether the np-
J licanllsor Is not tho iruc owner of the
■f'it si ness of tho hotel, saloon or shop
- night to bo licensed.
T8, Tiio report of tho Inspector shall bo
Jtir Ihe information of the board, which
wall, nevertheless, exercise its owndis-
D'otlon on suchnppllculluu.
" Auy person muy, cither ln person, by
Ition, or through an agent, oppose tho
■anting of a Ilcenso to any applicant or
K- bis premisos, una all proceedings of
Kio licensing board shall ho open and
labile.
lio. No license shnll be granted to nny
Douse In the Immediute vicinity of a hos*
nihil, school or church, nor to or for the
" fundit, directly or Indirectly, of unypcr-
Km «.-ho is a member of llio licensing
Ann), or a Ilcenso   Inspector, und any
BjUnisse so Issued shall he void.
y|ll- No person who holds a retail license
"inlet! tbls by-law slinll bo pi-rmltted to
\tl ny wholesale, unless such person has
jso taken out n whoKv-nlo license.
MIL'. No now Ilcenso fm- lho sale of liquors
iiill bo granted uuli ss.in addiiion to tiio
her requirements n nd provisions In tha-.
I;half required by Inw, n poil.lou or rc-
Idsl lon for the !ii*n u .ugof surii license,
nod by amajoilli nt thoqun I tied clec-
.1 resident within tlio ward In which
j situated the pr • nitscs In reaped of
jfblcb  the   license   is songlu,  bo pr-'*
Iniod to the llcen-liig   boin   , imd lho
Q-tird shall not be bound to l-runt sue n
■iii-'C If, In the opinion of n in lority nf
r hoard then present, ttw public Inter*
Its justify jv refusal
!j];i When tho boat'' Is satlsfi.:: thnt Itls
..bpcilleul und lu the public In ■ rest, Unit
ilii'i'iise should bei',.uiled,iliul llio pro-
I'd "tis of Mils by-law have been compiled
Villi, and thnt lhe applicant In a lit and
oper person lo ob'ain a license, II. may
red-such llcen-ie to bo is.-ai'.l, subjee!
■Swovor to the following limitations-: LM
ij-oin and after lho pausing of this by-law
number of hotel ll-enic-* l--Micd, or lo
■-•lied, In tlio Oily i f ■•.'ewW'-.tmltv
tho family nnd employees of the hotel
keeper, at lenst J2 bedrooms, together
with, In every easc.a sufficient quantity
of furniture and bedding; and Hint ench
of such bedrooms contains at least 381
cubic feet of space for each person occupying tho samo, and Is provided with a window to open at least two feetsqunrc; and
every hotel shall, In addition thereto, be
shown lo( bo satisfaction of tlie board to
boa well-appointed and sufllclent eating
house, wlih tho appliances requisite for
serving meals dally to guests or travelers.
28", If atnny llmoaftorlhe granting of u
ilcenso any of tlie m-uln-meuls sped lied
In tlio preceding section should be found
wanting, then the license for such hotel
shall become null nnd void.
2-i. Every person licensed under tbls bylaw who penults drunkenness or nny
violent, quarrelsome, riot 6us,or disorderly
conduct to tnlto placo on his licensed
premises, or who sella or delivers Intoxicating liquors to any habitual drunkard
or intoxicated person, or to any person
iindi-rthengf'of'H years, or who permlls
any such person to consume Into:* lent In-*
liquor on ids premises, or who permits
any person of notoriously bad character to
frequent his premises, or permlls uny
gambling or nny unlawful game to be our-
ricdon or played ou his premises shnll bo
subject to lhe penitllles provided herein
.and mny. In addition, havo his Ilcenso
Bitspendoa bv the convicting magistrate
until the next meeting of the licensing
board.
2i. No person to whom a Ilcenso lias
been gruule. undor Mils by-Inw shall
mnko or use-nr permit lo bo made or used,
any Internal eoiiinmnlcatlon between any
premises so licensed and any uiillccuH>d
premises which are us-ed for public entertainment, • r resort, or as a, refreshment
room or house under a penally not exceeding $50 far every day (luring which suoh
communication remains open
20. Evory hotel kneper licensed under
this by-luw who fails or refuses, except
for somo aufllolent reason, to supply
lo Iglng, meals and accommodation to
nny traveller applying therefor within
•reasonable hours, shall bo guilty of a
broach of this by-law.
27. Anyolllcr, pollcemnn, constable or
inspector, muy, fo ■ tho purpose of preventing or detecting the violation of nny
of tho provisions of this by-law, whieh 11
Is his duly lo enforce, ut any time enter
into any and every part of any noicl, saloon or other pluce of public entertainment, shop, warehouse or other place
wherein refreshment.-; or liquors arc sold
or reputed lo be sold, whether nnder Ilcenso m-not, and way search every pnrt
t!n-reof and of the premises connected
therewith as he thinks necessary for tbo
purpose aforesaid, and every person who
Is therein and who falls or refuses to admit sueh oilii.cr, policeman, constable, or
Inspector demanding admission In lho
execution of his duty, or who obstructs or
attempts to obstruct the entry of such
ofltoeiyirlntoifercs with him whilo searching or inspecting such promises, shall bo
guilty of a breach of this by-law.
23. Tho mayor or police magistrate, or
othcrjiif-tlcoof llio peace having jurisdiction, may, if he is satisfied by information
oath of any oflicer or other person that
"New Westminster Revenue By«law, 1883"
are hereby repealed.
41. This by-law may bo cited as Ihe
"Liquor License By-law, 1889."
Done and passed in open council Ihe-lib
day of June, A. D.,1B88.
JOHN HENDRY,
-U.S.1  «W
V
I-. Ho uso N*,
Cily Clerk.
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
SAWMILL OVVNKUH,   UlGUli'ItS, und
others aro not!lied that   our sled
Tug-boat,
Will be ready for work about tho lllh Inst.,
and wo nro prepared lo enter Into contracts for all kinds of towing, lightering, Ac,
EVAN:-*, COLEMAN a EVANS,
dmvSlo Vancouver, 11. C.
(REMOVED FROM SAAWOH TO VICTORIA]
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G, A. McTAVISH,
dmhr-Omd VICTORIA, II. C.
there Is any Intoxicating liquor kept for
sale or disposal contrary to tlio provisions
of this by-Inw, In nny unlicensed houae or
lull not oxeced Ihlrl'.unlil tu-- unpula*
of tho city Eh.UI have ln-n aacor-
■inr.-d to hel().W!)"t more, ana Iheiionly
lo additional lmiei   license   ahull bo
JauUid by said board for onoh full .'-IM
Jpiipnmtion In oxee-- of 10. L-U, iiu-basis
tiumcratlou t" be the yearly censtiH
in by the assossnn nt commissioner of
..city; [21 from nnd ifter the" passing of
Hs by-law mc nuiui,"i*uf snloim IKenses
[ueiljOr to bo issued, shall  lint, exceed
wi, and if at any tt moth' -mum hur should
Hoome reduced through  levocalion or
nier causes, no othor or more saloo:i
insoH shall bo granted In Iiu thereof,
■l. Evory license Issued under Mils by-
■wshi.ll bo in force froth tho dato of lis
Ifeuo until the Slst day of Deoembei* next
jlowlnti, and uo longer; and for each ro*
1 wai <if Helms-' expired by hiproof time
■J-'iew np)dlc:ilioti aiidlnspi-ctlott must bo
p*.tde anil the same formalities must bo
B-jcrved ns lu tho application for u new
Eonso, except thut no petition -hull bo
Eiutrod in favor of snch renewal of 11-
Hnso as provided ln sec. 12 of Mils by-law.
io. Tho following fees, in addition to thn
j-mcotlon foe. shall bo paid for each
l-i-uso granted under this by-law: saloon
Jf-ense, $l(Hl per annum; hotel lloensc,
5 Hi per annum; wholesale license, $-"') per
f-'tium; and tho said foes shall bo paid
Tiif-yoarly to the t'ttv Collector, the first
sl.If thereof to bo paid prior to tho Issue
ii tiueh license, and the other half thereof
" i or boforo the 1st day of July, nnd :f not
ftlil us provided In this section, said
j'ouse shall be absolutely null and void.
pluce within tho city, grant a warrant
under his hand and seal, by virtue of
which the person mimed ln the warrnnt
may, nt nny time or times within ten
dnys from the dato thereof, enter, nnd if
need bo by force, tho placo named In the
warrant, and every pnrt thereof, or of the
premises connected therewith, and ox-
nmlno the snme aud search for liquors
therein, nnd for such purpose mny, with
such assistance us he deems expedient,
break opon any door, lock or fastenings
of such premises, or any part thereof, or
of any closet, cupboard, box, or other
article likely lo contain such liquor; and
lnthoovent of liquor being so found unlawfully kept on tho salil promise-, tlie
occupant or occupants thereof shall, until
tho contrary bo proved, bo deemed to
have kept such liquor for tho purpose of
sale, contrary lo tho provisions of this bylaw.
29. Evory person who sells or barters
Intoxicating liquor of any kind without,
tlio license therefor by Mils by-law required, shall, for tho tlrst olfonco, Incur
ii penalty not exceeding 830, nor less than
j^t), wlih costs; and for the second offence
he shall Incur u penally of nol less Mum
860 nor more than 8100 with costs; nnd for
tho third oil'once ho shnll Incur a penalty
of not less than SlOU with cost--, or imprisonment for any period nol exceeding six
mouths.
30. Any person mny bo prosecutor or
complainant under this by-law, but all
information or complaints lot* the prosecution of any oll-meo against any of tho
provisions thei eof shall bo laid or made In
writing wlthlu thirty days utter tho commission of the oirouco.
;tl. Any person who has lawfully ob-
tallied a license under this by-law may,
on application lo the licensing board,
lmve sueh license transferred to uny other
person,or to any other premises, if up.
proved by sal-l board; but nnllco af
application for nil transfers mitsi be given
iu writing, mul such notico musl specify
llie person and premises lo whom or
which the transfer Is propnscd'to lie mad'-,
aud must be served up;.n lho city clerk n-.
least M clear davs-fforo lhe 'jiectlu*; of
lhe bi aVd, aud shall be accompanied by a
(GO-of 82.60.
8'J. when In consequence of the death
of lho poison holding a license under Mils
by-law, or in oa a ho, being a tenant of
the licensed pivnilse-1. Is ejected, or his
[case expires by utlluxlon of timo, or he
nUomils,or hy onornllon of the law is
deprived of the licensed piemlscs, the
Jig.M re j resentuilveof such person, orlho
THE WESTMINSTER
JOHN S. COX, Prop.
Light Urnlimns,
Partridge Coohlilns,
Plymouth llouks-
Wliito face 111-k Spanish
White C'i-'-h'ciI. Illnek   anil Golden
Poland,
HoiKlunst
biii'gs,
UlntH, Hurt ami Pitt Games.
Toulouse Gecsu.     Itoueu Dunks.
W. O. LOYE,
sot and Shoe Maker,
ttepn'rliiff Nently Dour.   Goi-k Hole
.   Work a Specialty,
v&'Oi'd'-rH promptly attended to.
Clnrksou St.) Ia rear of Colonial Hotel, noxt lo Uiuidliros.'olllce. 'Incite
DRESSMAKING
At SUSS .IESSI>«S',
(Late ov England)
Comet of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WEHTMINbTEH.
•WRatlsfaction guaranteed,    dwfotto
Application for License.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
.. I Intond lo apply to tho Licensing
toard at its next meeting for a license to
r-Bll Intoxicating liquors in the premises
known as the "Union Hotel," Columbia
Streot. HRNHY EICKilOFF.
New West., Juno 8,1889. rtJeSta
F
Houn
Dress-Iaking!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
aa* MiuiK'acUuu gunroiiteod.     uarjiBi,'
tbelu'orlorfoi' n Ilcenso to nn,mul curry
uwft'* tlrabor on nml from tlie 'iillowjtir
•jntootxc'e:.
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVES THAT
tt'e linve appiloil to the Minister ol
iwftytlml
hinil.:— Tlie N.w. f|iliiiter nf Keelli-n
tW'tlly-scvon, thewest hallnlHeetlon [.'til
Milrly-lliroi',  In Townslilt, [21 two: iinil
Boi'lloii pl'll tlilrly, in Ulwk [i| tlvenoi'ili,
Kange ono west; nil In Now Westminster
Dlstitct,
HOYAI. OITY PhASlSO MILLS OO.
ILImllcJl.
TmW. A. DUNCAN.
New West., May 23,1880, (lmy25ml
VANCOUVER CITY
FoundrylMachineWorks
Silver-iteucllleil   Ham*
iuless
.pinion
. AM licenses granted under this by-
mtv: sluill bo constantly and conspicuously
H1 posod In tho warehouses uud shops for
['licit thoy havo boeu granted,aud In the
r-room-i of hotels and saloons, and
H-orv licensee who violates tho provisions
\ this sect lon shall Incur a penalty of flvo
■illars and costs for every day's wilful or
l-gllgont omission so lo expoao such
. -etiNi'.
li", No person to whom a license has not
lien granted shull, by nay sign or notice,
lad the public to suppose he has snch a
fjoiiBe; and no person shall Iteoporlnivo
1 any houso, bulldinu.shop.euMng houso
J* houso of public entertainment, or lu
Jay room or place whatsoever, for the
Kraoao of selling, bartering or iradlng
Imreiu, any intoxlcatlnn liquor, unless
[o bo duly licensed for that purposo un*
hnll   not
r tlm provisions of this by-law.
*    The preceding seotion
Imply so a's to prevent any practising
Hnemlstordrugglst. duly atitlinmcil under
Iny act in force In tho province to ills-
Jjonso medicine, from keeping, having or
Celling liquors for strictly medicinal pur*
I .ones, but no such salo shall ho mndo in
ttckui'osof moro ibiiu six ounces at a
I'.me, except under a cerlKlculo from a
registered medical pruclltluner. A record
If every salo or disposal of liquors so
rnade, with lhe name of the person lo
ir'iiom sold or disposed of, nnd the num<-
l|.f the medical mau who granted tha cor-
pilonto for sumo shall he kopt in a book
which may bo Inspected at all reasonable
lours by tho llcouso inspector: but no
Ulquor so sold or disposed of shall bo con-
Aiincd on the promise;- |n whleh snino nro
fold.
I* 11). Every license underfills hy-lnwithnU
lo granted only for the promises men-
Boned   therein,   and shall  entitle tho
fflconseoto keep only ono   bur on such
■einlses, and no person slinll havo grant*
dto him, or slinll havo, more thnu ono
i-iniuur liconsoat tho sumo timo.
]-a). No sale or othor disposal of liquors
|i*ull tuke placo lu uny promises Hocused
i-nder thlsliy*luw, by wholesale or retail,
■mut of or from tho snmo lo nn-' person
H>r persons wliomsoovor from nnd a'tor
nib hour of 12 o'clock on Huliirdny night
Rmtil ((o'clock on Mondny morning rol-
I'jwlni*, nor between the hours of 12 o'elook
Inldnlght nnd 0 o'clock In lho morning of
Tftuyduy; nml during the prohibited hours
!(jl bars shall bo olosed, provided always
Hint In hotels and saloons liqu r may ho
Hold on Sundays to (-Hosts bona file board*
'igor residing ut, such hotels or saloons,
oTiB consumed only nt meals, but, this
-.x-i vision shall not permit lho furnishing
f Honor to suoh poisons at thu hur.
SI, Every person havbur n license under
,,'ild by-law wlioriieclvc:! in pnymeijtqr us
It plodgo (or any liquors supplied Hi or
rom his licensed promises niiythlng ox-
opt current money or tho customer's own
hequn on a bans or nnnkor, shall, for
nch otTcnoo, Incur a penalty   not ox-
■ondlng $20, besides costs.
2.'. wo hotel I loon do shall b*1 Issued to
my promises unless tho sunn- hnvo been
nirillh'd hy Mm Inspector to he idenn nml
J.'oiivonlont forth*- purposesofu hotol,and
■that Micro nre sulljcicut iippllancou for
Jllhe escape of gnosis iu case of flro, nnd
■that thoro ore ln tho premises ln ud-
lultionto what is required for the use of
hcrpoi'ion laierestcd in tin*
•'s.orlliea-slgneeat. law, mny, on
itlon  io th*: licensing bonrd, not-
nidliij,' the non-product'ou of tho
. oblain ii trsnsfer of sucli licon.se
i to-ins as mny to the bqmd seem
ml application for such   transfer
on coiiipaiiii'd by thefeo of "fi.-f-O,
nil i;o mado us provided lo thopre-
soolion;    provided,  iit-vortlioicgi*,
such irauafbr -hall ho grantod
i major.ty of the bonrd   is of
that tho porSOli to wham it it.
quro'i to inai'.c the transfer Is a proper
rson to hold snch llcen-*o.
i, With Ilia exception oft lie niuyor.whn
ez-t\Q\clo a nicaiber  of tbo   llei-n.-.iir;
bonrd, no person shall sit or vote as u
mombor Of said  board  wh    Is ow-ier or
lessee of any place when- liquors nre sold
ov proposed to-bo -.old wllhln t-heeUy.or
who Is a partner of lhe owner or lessee
of   such   premises,   or   who    has  u
direc personal iniei-'St therein, and any
poison knoaln^Iy dl.qUHllliud liy this see-
lion who sits or voles or a-ls on  said
hoard shall Incur a penally Of {30for 0W.li
time ho shull so sit, vute or act.
ill. Atul) medlut-softhollconslnghoanl
nny Mireo members thereof Including tho
chiilrninn shall form a quorum, nud tho
mayor shnll be chairman thereof, If ho be
proaont,undlnhlsuhscncoau,v'iihormoin-
bornf tho board mny bo elected to Ihe chair
for the time being Al- questlonadomlng
boforo tho hoard thall bo decidod by a
majority of the member.-' then prosoul;
the chairman shall vote only in case of a
Me.
Ho. A special meeting of the board may
bo culled whenever deomi d necessnry bv
tho mayor on requisition of a majority of tho members thereof, hi which
ense written notice shall bo givon to each
member at lenst 21 hours previous tothe
hour Ilxod for snch special meeting, nnd
Biioh notice shall aot out tlio purpose for
which the meeting hi culled, nud no other
business slinll bo transacted thorout except such business as is stated In such
notice) provldedtliatno Ilcenso shall bo
grantod or transferred at any special
meeting.
3fl. Tho oity clerk ahall lio clork of the
licensing board, nnd shall keep a record
of thu proceedings thereof In n minute
book.
!J7. Tho chief of polico of lho city shall
ho Inspector of licenses under this by-law,
:':'. No Ilcenso snail be grunted under
this by-law to any person under twonly-
ono yenrs of ago,
SO. Any person unlit y of u breach of Mils
by-law shall, oxcopt whero otherwise
provided, on conviction, bo liable to a
penalty not cxeoedtngShMfoi-ouclioft'onci-,
or to Imprisonment for a purlod not
exceeding three months,or to both fino
and Imprisonment at tho discretion
of tho annvlctlng magistrate; nnd all
porsons against whom Information has
been laid under tho provisions of this bylaw may bo tried In a summary manner
and all penalties Inflicted thereunder
may be recovered by salo of goods and
chut Ids of tho person convict ed.
•10. Tho expression "liquor" or "liquors,"
wherover used In this by-law shall menu
aud Include nil spirituous and malt
liquors and all combination** of-liquors
aud drinks and drinkable liquids which
aro intoxloatlng.
41. Itshall bo lawful for the licensing
Asylum for the insane
mENDEUS ENDORSED "LUNATIC
.1, Asylum," for tho supply of groceries,
clothing, meat, vegotnbles, Ae,i for Ihe use
of iho nbove Asylum, Now Wostm inst or,
from the 1st July next lo tho -10th Juno,
lffiio, will be received by this Departmental Victoria, until noon on Tuesday the
18th Instant. I-isisof the art ides required
c n bo seen at iho Provlnolal Secretary's
Oflice, Victoria, and nt the Asylum, Now
Westminstor, at which latter place samples can also be inspected.
All supplies lo be delivered at tho Asylum without extra chnrgo. Security for
tho duo performance of the contract will
bo required in each case.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Oflice,
1st June, 1889. dje-ltd
C. i.\
Lain Sur-mon.
A. C. GAMBLE
Notary Puauo.
uaiiii
LAND SURVEYORS,
ito, Insurance, Financial Aer^ts
Ml.Ui
AND CONV-EYANCKIH
mm* PROPRIETORS OF THESE
I works hnve much pleasure in notifying thoi r friends and tho public Mint, thoy
nro now prepared to receive und promptly
execute any orders for work in their lino
with wliich they mny bo favored.
A. McliELVIli,
Mechanical Manager.
Vnncouvor, I1.C, 8th Mny, 1888,
dwmy!2lc
Sliort-liand Pupils.
MR T, U. DUNCAN WISHER TO IS'-
form the Public of New Westminster
Mini he is now prepared to (jive lo-sous In
Hiiori-hnud ln the latest and best systems,
A complete course guaranteed In threo
months.
Violin also taught.  The  teaching  i
children on ihis Instrument u speclnlty.
Address, Drawer O, City, New Wesi ml lister. daplOto
NOTICE TOGREDITORS.
In the Estate of LOFTUS II. MolNMES,
Eeceasccl.
AU, PEBSONS HAVING CLAIMS
againBt the estate of the into Loftus
U. Mclnnes aro hereby notified Hint unless their claims uro furnished lo tho
Exocutor, James A, Robinson, before the
expiration of three months from this
date the Executor will not bo responsible
for their payment.
Dated tliis 8th dny of Juno. 1880,
TAMES A. ROBINSON,
Je8 dwl-wtnil New Westminster,
IT IS AN  UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
Temple of Music!
Is llio Pitted lo liny Flrst-Clnss
PIANOS -° ORGAHS
At tuch Prices uud Terms ns will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
Eor prico;: und terms, npply lo DARTER'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC,
Vancouver-11. €.
2'JO Hastings St. West. daplOto
Business Notice,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
lho partnership heretofore subsisting between Popplewoll, Hoinbrough &
Borrie, of the weatmlnater Pottery, was
dissolved hy mutual consent on the27th
day of May, 188D. Mr. John Popplewell
retires from the firm. The business In
future will be conducted by Thomas Hembrough and Itobert Uorrie undi-r ihe name
nnd style of Hembroiigh A* Borrie,
All persons Indebted totho lute firm nre
requested to make Immediate payment
to JIEMUi.OUUH A IIOH'BIE.
New West., May 27,1880. dmy-will
•jNTO'TIC'Ei
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE  TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
S HEREBY GIVEN THAT
■   applied to the Hon. lho B ___.
Lands and Works fora license to cut ami
remove timber from tho following described lands situated on Deep Cove ot
North Arm of Burrard Inlet, in Group I,
New Westminstor District:
Commencing at a post set it) chains west
from Deep Cove, west M'Jehains, theuce
north 85 chains, ll encc e:ist 0_\ ehalns.
thonco sonth -II chains, llience tiorib-east
U8J-*; deg., 15.60 chains, thenco south 10
chains lo point of com meneemenl.
W. H. IIIGGINS.
New West., B.C., 10th Muy.lgSO,     dml
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM  PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-woofl. Bark,
LEAVE OBDB11S   AUB   HETTI.E  /
COUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WIIAIll'.
. (linyLII t n
Wd. 1 Daskwood-Joiios
FRESH CALIFORNIA AUD LOCAL
Fniis Sliils
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
■lJsJlto
thk Tuonouan-niiKD stoke-poqis
JERSEY 1IUIX,
"Governor* Moody"
Will stand for service this Reason at Pelham Dairy, New VVi-slmlnsler, where the
beautiful -u-t of mis .mpeibniilnml can be
•un and inspected.
A few calves for salo.  Terms reason*
ido.
J*i.C3*3SJ*>rXi3   li'OE
PIIIK.-Tho Western of Toronto.The .-Etna, Tha City of Loudon, and The llm-l-
fMld.
i.ht.—The New York Life Insuruhce Co.
AOOllJENT-TIioTravdleft* Of Hartford
L'tnd Survey his Inall Itshi'iiuuhesne*
en y und Suhui-biin i
i ebihplele
hieull lo--.
ti-nvintng l.nmt«
."'lluinr; and oih.
r.iouoy lo l.iinn
Improved and unim*
i n-.'s' tiiottgageal
P,
wmiHMl'KXKU-fc GAMBLE,
Ofmcc, Ellard'8 Blook,   -  Columbia Stiieet
board nt any timo to. order the cancellation of any Iloonso granted under thi-
by-law, If, In tlie opinion of a majority of
said board, tho person who holds such
Ilcenso has been guilty of such conduct
as to Justify sued cancellation, or lho
public Intorest sp demands, and iho person whoso Ilcenso is thus cancel led shnll
hnvo no claim whatever upon the city la
consequence of such can--t*lltitlon;uiiduil
lloenses issued Under this by-law ..hall
contain a clause expressly reserving this
right of enn oo 11 at lou, and shall otherwise
bo In such form us mny bo approved by
tlm city council.
42, Notwltbstundlugnnythlngcontnlned
In this by-law It shall ho lawful for tho
licensing boani lu hold Ils fim. meeting on
tho Zftli day of Juno, IMM, und any por.iin
applying fora license at said lirst. meeting shull ho deemed to havo compiled
with tlio necessary founalltlcs of euch
application If tho petition therefor shall
have been llled v.Hh tho city clerk 7 aleur
dnys before tho said lirst mooting; nnd ull
licenses umntcdM suid tlrst meetIni* shall
bo nnd continue In foriio fui the period of
six niopMi'.only, namely, from the Wih
duyof Juno, A. 1). ls8ll,lothe 'list dny of
December next, following (inclusive) and
shnll then expire and detornilnn, and the
foe to bo paid for Hindi Ilcenso shnll ho ono
half of Ihd annual foe fixed bv this by-luw
forunysueh Ilcenso respectively, whleh
feoslinll ho paid before lhe Issue of sueh
license; hut Iho provisions of tbls section
shall not apply- r hnve uny forco nfter the
suid first, meeting of snld board.
■13. Section'' 1 nnd 3 of Schedule A of Ihe
Tiiisi Kino Townsito, at the Fresh-Water
Junction of the
Southern Rail w'y
T. rU*..\-IS'<*HAM,
moTii, Proprleto
Mniiiif'cr. ilmyl
Oorbett 06 Kennedy,
MAKDFAOTUnKlia   QV
m.m?.m$-$.,K\-__m
tr^-BB.
■rnilsTKK's riLiirit (UP-STAIUS),
FitoNT Strket,      New Westminstku.
ITAVINll   JUST   OFJSKEK   IN   THE
Fl   nl'.ivi' Hin-.'.rori'stii.clfiilly "nlli'ltn
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANUFACTURlCUS  OF
OATIVSEAL
By the. Latest Improved Process.
^"ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILLS nl TVorfh *-aanlcli.
OFFICE & WAREHOUSE: Victoria.
dmhMmfi
shnro of tho trade,
atlentlon tn ordors and in.
to merit the sumo. Exp
mon; satlsfudlon gunruiit<
I-^Mmaii'** furnished fiat,
Cornice, Itoollnn, l-lum'.i
Meain and Hot Water Mori
•sir Entrance to promUi
In rear of Bnnk of If. U.
. cnrofnl
■cltnigos
.ni woi'it*
ilvaulzed Iron
iK, Gas-titting,
iilg.At-.
■ on Mr.rySt.,
dwnibOtu
W
SMEK8.
I'.* lilies Aoavc Wi'Mnil'ir-tiT,
Has just been Smvcyeil, and tho Lots
arc for sulo by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT-). HILL & COMPANY
Or Nb'w \Vi:si,mi.\.-*tkii, 11. C.
The advantages and prospects of this
Plot for a future thriving Town aro
many,
The Land in tlto vicinity is good.
There aro iucxhtuistiblo IKON ORE
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality,, itumo*
diatcly adjacent-, as well ns vast strata of
tho Ihii-st BUILDINO SAND and POT*
TEP.Y CLAY.
On tho Townsito nre a number of valn-
abio MINERAL SPRINGS.
Commit mention by lnnd and water is
unerjunltcd, by renenn of the location of
the Townsito on the Eraser Ilivcr and
tho Southern Railway, while the natural
elevation nml lay of the land enn not bo
excelled nH a situation for a lino town.
Thu ground is open nnd clear of heavy
timber.
The site bus boon selected as ono of
the most imporlant stntio ia on the
Southern lliilway, and with tho coin-
pletion uf the rond, in the near future,
must,,with all its other udvnnlai'e-i,
spring into prominence nt onco.
Tho«» who apply early will hnvo tho
picl; oi the Lots.
A clear title given with every purchase.
Parties wishing Lots can npply as well,
oil tho premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
duiyOto Fi-or-unoA.
IP YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIOAII, ASK K0R THE
BRITISH HON
HENRY LEE,
oB-„E MAINLAND.
rHTThcy are not only made of tho
Choicest Tolmcco but thoy are of
Home !H mm Cue Jure- nnd should bo
patronized hy all good citizens.
WW. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HULimOOlt DlfJLDINO-
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwl7noly
ILLeoiri^Co.
330.333 CORDOVA 8TREET,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers nnd Dealers iu
fVfApHSNERY
OK A!,Xi DESChlTIONS.
MARINE WORK A 5PF.CiAL.TY.
 dwdeliOtc.
Oanadian Paoific Railway,
PAOIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
uft mivkatiii!: tlio
i-rnsiT Klver nree;iU'ioiied to keep wllhln
11.0 lluoys pnlnleit lit.I ni.d \Vhfl,',t-e-
spet-tiveiy.ut the Missl.-n Ui'Idce.nK ihir-
111)- llie construction of tlio Uriitc*.. nnvl-
gatlon t.i-twocn lho lamits of the River
tin.; llie lluo.VKlt-(liuiL*i'roii>-,owing to pllea
being driven there.
II. A HII TT,
General Superintendent,
Vancouver, n. 0,-"Hi Muy, 18S0, dmySlc
J.W. WI.1GER
DEALER IN
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notice nnd at Ucu'-on-
niiio Terma,
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Slock.
Orders left at the C. V, N. Wlinrf will bo
promptly delivered. ilnihiflltc
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses* Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
__W REMEMBER; my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger tliis season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to sec the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
imto SI  Colia"-*a.-bJ.a Street.
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
C. McDONOUGH,
""  NT STREET)
MNDISE!
*D*S-a.Z-*E*n
Constantly on Ilniid an Kstcnsive Stock of
Wry Goods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, &c„
SVEIE-SJXr-S     -Sa     BO^S'      SX7ZTS.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN,  SEEDS,  POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
19. B.—Farm Produco bought at market rates or sold on commission.   «r2».Ordors
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. dwje8tc
FRONT  STREET,
New Westminster, Brit.
Col.
.tar Highest Prico paid for Furs and
Deer Hides.
Correspondence invited. ES-Telcpliouo
Call No. (I. djnSto
TV   Yi
1   Preen
Urnzlie: I
Or any Imi
ment,
non Laoas.
\UV, PAYING FOIl YOUIl
plinn or for roni of Minimi or
'md, or tjuyinK Farm, Mliilnn
I fiom tlm Dominion Govern-
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
A Vmi-SELESTED STOCK OF
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT   THE   LOWEST PRICES.
i.uNnnoHM'a nLooif,
,',i1iiii,i,1li Ulrrfl,        Sow *Vr.lmlii,lrr.
noldwly
North Ki'Klsli and
nicrcs) utile
FISE
COMPANY.
ESTABtTsHED 1809.
tiapllai,   ■~sti,«oo,ooo.oo
Capital,
LONDON,
80,73:1.000,00
UATE-t  AH   I.ow  AS   ANY  OTHER
UO'll'ANII'M llOISd   I1IISISKH9
IN IIIIITI-mCUl.U.MIllA.
T. Or. Ju^QXJES
Agent for New WeBtmlnster Oity
and Dlstrlot. d|o22tc
00 Ml PAY CASH
nut pay
Ifirgodls
Sorlr oan bo obtained in latffo or small
qUHtititlcsfrom
ALLOWAV k  CHAMPION,
s.-_iti_:ti,t_b,
WINNIPEfl,   MANITOBA,
OK  PROM
TUK RANK OF RI1II1SI1 COLUMBIA.
NEW WSSTMIKSTRB
ilwml,8lfl
DOUGLAS STREET
Foot ot* SoUGLAS BTIIBET, Ni:.vit
Coi.rjMin,. Stiieet.
J. FERCiUSON, PROPK1ETOR
OAKKS,   PASTBVi
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Ul & imSTIEIT AGENCY, U.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.   MASON,
CUYLER A,   HOLLAND,
\
HEAD OFFICE, • 15 Serjeants hin Fleet St. ■ LOUDON, ENG.
The Bnninosa of ALLROP & MASON lias been merged in tho above Company
and will be carried on by the Company from this date aa a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agemy,
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates. Town Lots and Farming
Lands for Salo on easy terms,
Victoria B. 0„ Mny Iflth, 1S87. dwJeTto
t&Kf^saHi
Hotel und Rosluuraut trado solicited,
All orders prompt!,** aitondui lo an
delivered lo any part of tlio city.   ilmli2li
is
LSJuEisatili
Cjb. Cdlu.'-dia AKD ClIUP.DH Sis.
New Westminster, Srit. Col.
Hmp'-iili, Mimh !kU.i lit,,
on*
i\ ti-Wsii
orQranUopf I'cstQualitj.
POSTS     AND    OUHBINll
s. n.—.1 u*;.* roeei-
in-ntor Swittli -in
f^pen ti Hi-it sli Co
-told iii prices put
thi- i-ut-stloii,
dwmMiyl ft! EX HAMILTOfU'sfll
d-llie flaest assor:-
tie niuniiuitinlf* over
mbla,wbleu win bo
■•competition out of
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite llie Colimhil Hotel
NKW WESTMINSTER
1*iI!E LARGEST AND   CIIOICKST
.   ossortmoDt of all tlc-crir-tions of
MEATS ANO VESETAOLES
Constantly on hand, aud supplied to Fam-
Ilea, Rostauinut.*!, and Steamboats atthe
LOWEST I'OSSITJLTS PU1CES
PllOVlNCIAI, RKCltllTAltY'S OFFICE,
3rd Juno, 1880.
WHEB0A8 Uio Iilputetiaiit*(3overnor
lu Council \s cm powered, under the
"rulillc Hcluiol Acl," to create Hobnol 1%-
Irkts.ln addition to Miosoalreadyexlst-
Ing, nnd lo define tbe lioundarle-- Iboreof,
and from Mino to time to alter Ibe i 01111-
darii-N of oxlHiinp Vlsirlctt; 11 Im hereby
iiollllcd thai, His Honor bus boon pleased
to ci'oato the tract of land enclosed within
tlie undor-menttonod bnundarlesaSchool
lilslr.i'l, under the title of tho "Otter
School nistrlot.'-vln.!—
Commenclnn: at, the middle point nf
tlioSOUtUorij boundary lino of Hocllnn.10,
TowiJBhln 10, New Westminster lUstrlcl;
thenco duo norlh Ihrco nnd ahalf^J
mill's lo tbo centre of Section 7, Township
II; thenco duo cast two and a Half (2J-J)
miles to lho ccnlrnl point of lho western
boundary nf "-lection 10, Township 11;
llience south one and a half 11'..| miles lo
lbosonlb*cas| corner of Section i; tbence
eatt ouo nnd n half lljfl miles to tbo middle polnf of tbo unrtbei-n lioumlnryllnoof
Section iL'i, Township 10; ihencu duo south
Mm1''and a bnlf i:i-:;i nillrs totho centro
of SoeUon 14 of sufd Township; thonco
WOlt one and a hnlf [\%] miles lo tho
ccniro nf tbo eastern houndnry lino of
Kcctlon  10 of   same Township;  tbence
In n direct line wet two and a bnlf [2%\
miles, lo Iho pointof commencement.
Uy Command,
JNO. IIOUSON,
djc8wl Provincial Secretary.
TIME    CARD.
C  *£-•.   X-l.   OO.
Tlio Fino Flrst-Clnss
Str» William Srvsng
Will Loavo llie C. P. N. Co.'s Whnrf,
B-v__zr_--r
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A, M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AND WAV PORTS.
Hcliirnlug Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sunk-lent Indueomonl  oirers she
will pro.'i'pii to liui'l-; mid on such
oeCQHtons will loavo her wharf
at 4 a, m.
ConncctiiiKwlih (Ito0, r.N.C'o,'8Steamer
for Victoria.
JOHN IUVINO, Manan-r.
'J\ h. BHIQGS, Anent,
Nov; Westminster. dap:ilc
time table!
THE STHAMEH
ROBERT DDNSMUIR
T EAVES WESTMINSTER every Mon*
l.j dny morning »' " o'oloctt. for Nnnal-
Leaves Wcstmliislei- every Wedneiday
nt 7 n. in. for Nanaimo direct, ronnocting
with Islam! railway nud Comox stoamer,
Leaves Nuuulmo for Vancouver oa
Thni'sdiiysund Fridays nml returns samo
days,
Lonven Nnnaimo 011 Rutimlay al 7a.i.t.
for Westminster direct.
Tor fretell!, or pasr-u^o apply on brinn],
nr to T. h. Hr.liii:-*, C. ]». N. wharf,     dlo
■■ ■■,. '",-.
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"('aslorli- ispowciIadaptedtoehildrentUt 1 Ctutorln cur-jj Colle, COaBtipatloti,
I rfcoTutnenditaaE'ipcrlortoanrnKBcriiitioa i Etwr Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
tuoratome."      H. A Axmxn, JI.D., " ir,,,a Vnn"' ■"*""- "''""' *'Aii Drou"
IU 60. OzfOCd BU Brooklyn, N. Y.
IKU13 Worms, gives Bleep, and promote! dl.
creation.
B Wtthourinjurioua medication.
The Centaur Company, 77 Blun-aj- Streot, K. Y.
VICTORIA
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER 1-OU SATjEi
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
POlt rolTI.TBY, Ae.
Rice Meal,
FOIl CATTLE FEEU.
ilinll'-SmO
et'cliaiitlailoi'
nEATJTIFUI,  tUSOE OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Check
SUillHQS.VJURQn 10VEBCUTMB8
for spiuno and summer.
Opp. Colonial Hotel
Colombia St.,   •   Nbw Wbstmikstbr,
dwrnhSSto
HACK, LIVERY, STACE,
Feed | Sale Stables
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Special Low Rates.
Dono at Shortest Notico.
Dry (,'orrtinioil delivered to any part of
tho City,
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
nttentlon.
■MrStubles nearly opposite C. P. R-.De*
pot, Colnmbla St., NewWostmlnster.
djaittc      QILLEY BROS. Prom.
Feed, lively s Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
•pisoiPaai'nirroit-
GOOl) DRIVING A R1DINH T10R81CM
for Hire. Uncle- cull at all 1*11 earners
and Trnins. Special attention given to
Ronnling Horses.
COfiL m WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Ordors may be left at tho Offlco of Mathers A Milligan-Oammissiod Merchants,
Front Streo1,, New West, dse2itc
N
1TOTIOB.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 huvo applied to the Honourable
M ltiistcr of the Interior for a license to eut
timber 011 the fo, low inn described Dominion lands ln New Westminster District,
British Columbia, nocordlng to the Provincial Government survey:
South-east J4 Section 23, south-east V
Section 25, nortb hnlf and south-west^
Section sj, in Township**'!, and Sections
New WesL, 7th March, 1880.
IMPERIAL
.M. INSURANCE COMF'r.
1 Oin Broad St. and 1(1 Pall Mau,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
I?OR INSURING HOUSES & OTHER
< Ruildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, ond tho
Ctrgocs of sueh Vessels ; also, Ships building and repairing, Bargon aud other \'es
sols on navigable rivers and canal-, nnd
Ooods on hoard such Vessels, throughout
Great 1'rit.iin and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FKOM LOSS OR DAMAGE BT FillK,
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
•61,600,000 BTG.
Hatea of Premium and every infermc-
Liot* oan he obtained on application to
TV. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agent {0; New Vt'eitminster.
lo k him Cal.
DY WAY OF THE
Soutliem Pacific Company's
X.XXS--E*.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QU1CKEIUN TIME THAN ANYOTHEU
110UT1S BETWEEN
New Westminster and Ean Fraacisoo.
CDAKD SCENIC ROUTE OF TKE PACIFIO COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPER8
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Beoond-OIass Pas-
sougors, nttncheil to Express Trains.
Fnro from I'orllniid to Snornmsnto and
sun Franclsco-Unllmlted, 129; First.
clnss (Limited), $20; Second-olass (L'«
mltoill.JIB,
TIIUUUOH TICKETS lo all points South
mul .Kusl, via California,
TICKET OFFICES!
Oity Office, no. 131 Cor. First A Aldei
filiccis;
DnFOT OFFIOS, Cor. F A Front Street,;
Portland, Oregon.
ii.KOEHi.Kii,    e. p. Sogers,
Manager.       AssVa F, * 9__*l fails fritish Columbian
MobiUj- EvenlliR, June 10. 1889.
ADVERTISING RA1E8 FOR IHE DAILY.
Transient.tilvertlH«ni*-ati).—First liiKor-
tion, io cts, per line shim nonpareil! enoh
milisi'ipicnt coiisnciillve!nsi-:-tl(jn,,!i:ls. per
line. Advcrtlsonient-. nol Inserted evmy
itay—flrat insertion, lOots. yer line; subse-
(pii-nt-Insertions, Oiit.i, pt*i-|.'ni'.
M-t.if.-iJu:* A-h-fi'llscnii'iMit.—I'i'.:f*"*.*iiim-
nl nr linslness Curds—?' per monlli. Speoial rules for general trado advertising,
i-c-drdtnjjtospuo'.-of-onpiod and dunitlou
.•■■•■ tun iMiitt, «hen displayed, charged
i")   **r cunt, los-, tlian transient ad vis.   If
-'.-'-• i.Vtinnt'-d at rt'tiilartranslont rates.
. .••■•nil Koilce« among reading matter,
*.- .i., per Hue encli insertion. Specials
li.si ited hv ti.e month at minced rales.
llTllis \in,-.i;i,i-.s;iud I'eiitlis.fil s'orouch
lii--.ini'in; l-'iineuil Notices in connection
wiM< -i.'-iMiv, 5i! ei-*. each inaertlon,
WEEKLY ADYEDTlSIKQ flftTLS.
innicni -ItlvortlscuH-nts.—Flrst-IuBer*
Iflgts. per lino solid nonpareil; sub*
tlon
Beqi
Ureal Indian CalbcrluR.
Bishop Sillitoo loft fur Lytton on
the Atlantic Express this afternoon to
bo present at a large mooting of Indians, nt Treataiinio, which takes place
this week. Trcntannio is about 15
miles inland from Lytton, aud is a
headquarters for Indian gathering-).
Ovor 2,000 Indians will assemble thoro
to be instructed by tho bishop; some.
will bo confirmed and many children
will be buptzied. Tho meeting commences to-morrow and will last till
Monday nest. Mrs. Sillitoe, who is
an indefatigable traveller and an
urdctit worker in tlio goal causo, accompanies the bishop. Thoy will bo
absent eight days.
nt in
cts. per !ln
: Ailv''r(|-i'i:ii,n<K.—Professional or llii.iiness Card-—-SUO   per  monlli.
Hpi-iiai rat"**fci-p-tn-nil Inultiadvertising.
Hp'-i■];.! Notlc-'s,  Rlrihs, Marrlnges nnd
peaths, name rates its Dully.
i'uis must be al I iiiotal,anilforlurgccutfl
an extra rale Bill he oh urged.
•jflrPi-i**oiu- sendliu* In -ulvei'llss-iii'-uts
sliot'lil l»e careful to Mate whi-tlier lliey
a,o in I'pi.uurln the Ually K.dltbin, or tlie
WcekU.orl'otb. A liln.-i.il reduction Is
ni;'Liev.-lien Inserted in both. No ad vor-
tisctnout Inserted for lesn than 51.
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Who do not receive tholr paper regularly,
from lho Carriers or  through   the ]'o>t.
OlUce, will confer ii favor by roporllnj* the
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NEW ADVERTISEEPITS THIS PAY.
Sheriff's Sales W. .1. Armstrong
Application for Llconao M. Hogan
To Let W. 3. Armstrong
To Rent Douglas Street
Application for License,. P. O. BUotloati
Public Meeting Mayor
Fish are still exceedingly scarce.
Another day aud no police  court.
Strawberries  and   Cream   at  tho
"Club." *
AU tho fasliionablo iced beverages, tit
tho "Hub," next tlio "Queen's."   *
Tho city council meets to night at
8 o'clock for the transaction of business.
Russell's Restaurant, opposito the
American Hotol, open day nnd
night. a'JmS''
A re-count shows tliu recent Mitchell Ont., mayorality election to have
been a tie.
200 lots on the Thome road, frotn
805 upwards nt §10 per month. - W.
Reidt, Front street. *
Just received it lot of new California
potatoes at Rao's (successor to Me-
PhadenJ grocery storo. 3t*
Tho str. Cladys left for Chilliwack
this morning with a large number of
passengers and a full lead of freight.
Tho str. Dunsmuir left for Nanaimo
this morning with a full load of lumber and merchandise and a number of
passengers.
Nortii Arm Road Lots, from S100;
Sapperton, §150; nnd Brownsville Aero
LotB at S100, on oaoy terms, at \V. J.
Walker & Co'a. *
Tho annual meeting of tho shareholders of the New Westminster
Southern Railway will be held on
Tuesday July 2nd.
Gents' Balbrlggftii and Natural Wool
Underclothing; Summer Conts and
Vests. Just the thinga for tho hot
weather-at J. fi. Phillips.        3t*
Look out for the great sala of lots iu
tho town of Seattlo, at tlio Mission
Bridge, on Juno loth next. For particulars, apply to Wm. Reidt.        *
Tho unemployed fishermen are beginning to grumble very loudly, and
are anxiously awaiting iho result of
tho inspector's reply to the advisability
nf issuing 50 extra uoenses,
Up to tho timo of going to press
rhoru was no wmd of the atr. Rithor,
which wna due at 8 o'olook thi3 morning. It is supposed she i-i detained at
Plumper's Pass by heavy weather.
Tho annual school meeting was held
at 11 o'clock this morning at the city
hall. The report of tho board of trustees, which was rend, together with
other proceedings, will appear to-morrow,
The Dominion Illustrated for June
lit has a portrait and n lengthy sketch
of the Into Hon. Robert Dunsmuir,
and also gives several views of British
Columbia Btran ery among its fino landscape pictures.
By n untie- clsuA'hcro it will be seen
that a public meeting is culled for tomorrow (Tuesday) night, at 8 o'clock,
by the mayor, on tho requisition of a
numbor of the ratepayers to discusB
tho water by-law.
A good timo tomorrow (Tuesday)
evening at the Baptist church, whero
a Bt raw berry festival mid salo of work
will be held, to commence nt 4 p.m.
Strawberries and cream, cake, etc , for
25 cents—admisiiion free. *
A bant load of smuggled Chinamen
wai captured at Port Townsend a fow
diiya ago, One of tho Celestials whon
seui't'liod hud nearly two pounds nf
gold miggetB, frmu llie nisio of n pin
head to a small eg**, stored ou his pur-
son.
Ole-u'ing aud bush fires keep the
atmosphere tu a very smoky condition.
The festi* o mn-quitn naturally objects
iu anything but pure and unadulterated breathing matler, and shows its
resentment to the smoko by diving
deeper inland.
Sumo native horses in thoC. P. N.
corral this morning provided nn inter*
esting spectacle for a Inrgo crowd of
onlookers The •'bucking" enpneity
was umisu-illy well developed, and
the many unties nnd buck somersaults
thoy cut were surprising to behold.
King & Casa-y'n camp at Seymour
narrows, is doing the best work that
hns been done on the Pacific const. At
tho beginning of this week they hud
2,00!J,000 feet of lumber In the water.
This lirm employs 25 men and 18
cattle. Times arc rushing in the logging business.
The s. s. Idaho arrived in port nt
10 o'clock Inst night from Portland,
bringing 50 tons of merchandise. She
discharged her cargo and sailod at 2
a.m. for Nurmitno, The trado by this
lino is Increasing so fast that n seoond
steamship will he chartered and put
on the routo almost immediately.
. Lota in tho town of Sumaa, Whatcom
county, on lho boundary line, nt the
junction of tho Canadian Pacific and
Seattle Liko Shore & Eastern Railroads, aro now on tho market at bedrock prices, and are selling fast. Buy
quick boforo tho, choice lots nro all
secured. — Hiohakbs, Haywood &
Mackintosh. *tc
Ool. McGregor, secretary of the
publio mooting hold recently, and
which pawed resolutions on tlio fishery
licenBOB question, whioh wore for*
warded to Ottawa, rocoived an acknowledgement) to-dny from tho deputy
minister of marino, with tho tusur
anco that tbo miuistor was giving tho
matter his caroful cotisidoration.
Spoon
.'oiiilH'llllon
Tho "spoon competition"
held by
the rifle association  on
Sati
relay   re*
suited as follows
£00
600
(-00 T't'l
,i O Chamberlain,
2K
Wl
2(1       fit
T.I Trapp,
'25
25
,10      fiC
tho Turn hull,
■2.
21      71
V t'onlts.
•2H
'.11
29       01
Unit Mown!
•20
17
£0       IU
Himilayeon
•2-1
21
11        01
W Wolfenden
21
15       lit
I .lent tuition
'Ml
111
20       fit
J Wilson
!)        M
ft Fletcher
■20
12
13       l.
A Pittendrigh
23
Ih
U Hamber
Iti
II
.1 0 Frasor
'20
21
1st class spoon
won by
J, C. Cham-
borlin.
2rd class spoon
won bj
Ii.
Finlny-
bon.
."-.Rain t'OHtltoilcil.
Mr. W. 11. Grasaio arrived back
from Seiittlu last night by the Premier.
He says that owing to tho largeness of
the docket in the Seattle court, tho
case againBt Carlyle nnd Coborty will
not come up for about a fortnight. Ho
has ni-t yet got what juwellory belonging to him wns found on tho prisoners,
bnt ho will hnvo no troublo in getting
it when tho trial of tho prisoners has
taken place. This jewellery will not
amount to as much as at first expected
only being worth about §450. Mr.
Grnssie will thus loan nbout §1,000,
besides being put to considerable expense in leaving his business and
going to Seattlo to appear againat tho
burglarfl,—Neivs,
A tirat. shopper  Plague.
Mr. Joseph Guichon, of Nicola valloy, arrived from the interior yesterday and brings the intelligence that
tho grasshopper plague is likely to
prove very disastrous this year. Tho
grasshoppers are appearing in millions
and though young and only commencing to fly, hnvo done a great amount of
damage. It is thought they will ent
up overy green thing in tho valloy, and
stocltrnieers and farmers ure becoming
very anxious. If tho liny crop is nil
destroyed and the grass on tho ranges
eaten up, the ranchers will either have
to import feed or take tho chanco of
their entile starving -to death, Ono
thing is certain, however, the plague
is likely to prove ruinous to many
stock raisers. The valley suffered considerably from a visit of theso pests
last yenr, and this affliction following
so close cannot but result disastrously'
Golden Chimes.
The marriago of Mr. H. N. Rich to
MUs Mny Green, daughter of C. F.
Green, Esq., waa solemnized at All
Saints church, Ladners, this morning,
Rev. C. Crouchor officiating. Tbo
church wns thronged with friends of
tho high contracting parties, who assembled to witness the ceremony. Tho
brido wus attired in a handsome
travelling dress and looked very charm-
log indeed. After tlie ceremony tho
usual wedding breakfast followed,
which wns attended by many friends
and relations. The happy couplo
were the recipents of many beautiful
presents, both costly nnd useful. Later
iu the Any Mr. Rich and bride, amidst
a shower of old shoc3 end rice, left for
WestminBter. From this city they go
to Victoria nnd other cities on their
wedding tour. Tub Columbia?* extends heartiest congratulations totho
happy couplo.
I'niiii Scuttle.
Mr. Wm. Reidt returned from Seattlo yesterday, where ho wns whon
tho terrible firo occured. Ha was
staying at the Occidental hotel and bad
tho misfortune to loso all his bagguge
und a number of valuable imps, tho
wholo valued at §000 Mr. Reidt
says tho firo broke out suddenly, nnd
though 4 streams of water wero soon
plnyini! on tho flames they proved in*
effectual and the lire was soon beyond
control. Tho water soon g.ivo out,
and from the start tho force wns very
weak. Salt wnter was tried but the
engines would not pump it. The Occidental was consumed in 10 minutei)
from the time it took lire. It wns
Mr, Reidt who warned the captain of
thos. s. Aneon thnt lhe flames were
bursting out from under tho whnrf
against the vessel's side, and it was
owing to this warning that tho vessel
was cut loose in time to cscapo boing
consumed in tho genoral conflagration,
l.ntcwi iriiiii Touil Mimnluln.
A. L, Davenport has purchased the
Eagle gold ledge and two adjoining
claims, which gives a good return for
the year's work of tha worthy vendors
Messrs. Nail & McDougall.
Mr. W. Whito, who has boon hunting for 1,1 montha a ledge a fow hundred yards up tbo hill, on float that
prospected highly, was rewarded lately by discovering a lino Bimll vein
running parallel to tho Eagle.
It is believed that mill work nt
Eagle crook will bo at once undertaken.
Tho English company's mill on Cottonwood creak is being rapidly constructed.
At Nelson n now house will go up
overy week aBsoon ns the sawmill can
supply lumber.
Dr. Hendryx is reported to havo
said that he will contract to supply
300 tons a day of galona ores from his
company's mino on Kootenay Lake,
and to thia a grent addition could bo
mado if means of transportation existed.
On Cottonwood Creek, about G miles
up, a man namod Stanley, who owns
the Golden King claim, is emoting n
now roller process mill equal td a six
stamp mill. This claim is said to bo
ono of the best In tho district.—fjenti-
nel.
Lnci-oiii-e FolnU,
After the match on Saturday afternoon tho Vancouver team was dined
by the homo elub at tho Colonial, Mr,
Jan. \V, Harvey, tho president, in tho
chair. A splendid dinner hnd been
prepared by "mine host" Pit hens, and
which wub done amplo justice to by
the compnny. Many toaBts wero drunk
and speeches made, and a most enjoyable evening was spent. Tho Van-
couvcrs acknowledged that they camo
over expecting an easy victory, but
found the Westminster men of much
superior mettle to what thoy expected.
Regarding tho play of thu visitors,
of which no mention could be mndo in
Saturday's issue much can bu said. As
a team they played well, nud brilliant
individual plays wero frequent. Quigley and Suckling carried oil* tho palm,
but all played well.
For Wostminstor, J. C. Whyte car-
riod off the honors, His goal keeping
wns superb, and tho many hot attacks
he withstood earned him frequent
rounds oF deserved applause. When
Whyte went fur tho ball ho got it,
despite the fact that the Vuncouvors
home was as strong as could bo put on
the field. Thompson plnyed a Bplon*
did gamo, worked like n hero and
proved himsolf a thorough good man
and equal to nny of his opponents,
Corbett, N. A. White, and Carrio
played a strong game, and did not
.spare themselves in tho lenst. On tho
whole, Westminster's defence waB
good. Gow in centre field astonished
tho visitors as well as tho spectators.
His ' brilliant running, catching
and dodging showed ho was no
amnteur iu tho science of lacrosse.
Polley was tho most conspicuous (iguro
among the home players, and he worked nobly, but unfortunately, uot being
strongly supported, his efforts did not
count for much except to ease tbo
strain on the tlefencc, whicli wns very
acceptable to tho latter. Among tho
now players Tumor showed tho beal
form, though Lewis, Dockrill, McMartin, Lister nnd Rischenbach all did
good work and played pluckily throughout.
Westminster scorned to overlook
the importance of covering their men
closely, nud it was no unusual thing to
seo four or livo Vuncouvors uncovered
at tho same time, wliich gavo them repented opportuniiies of attacking the
lings. Theso chances wore never lost.
Team play was not observable on the
part of Westminster, whicli wns
vory regrettable as many of tho wild
throws resulted in the rubber dropping
into ono of the visitor's sticks. Careful attention to these points will prove
advantageous iu future matches.
On tho wholo tho Westminsters did
credit to themselves, and proved thnt
thoy are mado of the right sort of
metal. Tho roturn match will bo
played at Vancouver on tho 22nd inst.
Tho North Ontario Liberals havo
nominated A. P. Cockburn for tho
commons and T. J. Gould for the
legislature.
The American steamer Calumet has
been fined $400 by the minister of
customs at Port Arthur for nn alleged
infringement of tho wrecking laws in
assisting an American schooner off tho
bar Friday.
Waldroom Steward Smith, of H. M.
S. Comus, left Halifax, N, S., on tho
steamer Halifax for Boston on Wednesday, nfter having embezzled a largo
sum of money from the oliicorsanduieu of
tho ship. Ho took with him n married woman of Halifax. On learning
of bis departure word wna telegraphed
to the Bntisu consul at Boston to arrest him before tho steamer would nr-
rivo at her dock, and news has been
received that the arrest hns been made.
Mr. Van Homo arrived at Winnipeg
yesterday, accompanied by Vtt,
Thomas Skinner, of London, Eng., ti
newly elected director of the Canadian
Pacifio Railway, Mr. Robert A. Smith,
of tho Allan Lino, Montreal, and Mr.
P. Alexander Peterson, consulting
engineor. Ho stated that the present
trip was for tho purpose of making tho
usual spring inspection of tho ontiro
lino. Great improvements are contemplated during the coming spring.
The road bod will be greatly improved.
The party woro to leave to-day for a
trip ovor tho Brandon branch, 100
miles of which will be located forthwith, nnd the lino will bo extended to
tho Southern Assiniboino.
THE RUSSIANS.
Tito Ollitoi-i (it Hie Uressjcr Kcllcrc-l lo
be Spies.
A prominent gentleman of the city,
who has menus of finding out secrets
pOESeesed by few others, and is goner-
ally right in his conclusions, expressed
himsolf as follows to our reporter today on thu recent visit of tho Russian
man-of-war to this const : "From the
notions of tho officers of the Russian
couvebto KreaByer- which recently
visited Esquimau, 1 am led to supposo
that their visit was not a wholly disinterested one. It is reported that they
took observations and notes of tho
various places about this city, which
could he nude available for d of onco in
case if war, and it i3 to bo surmised
thnt tlieir'cnll nt Vancouver is instigated by a similar purpose. Nnnaimo
aud Seymour Narrows are their noxt
objective points, whore they will acquaint themselves with the strategio
and coaling features peculiar to thoso
localities. From what I can understand these Russian functionaries were
shndowed hero in Victoria. Thoir interest in certain localities, combined
with the copious notes thoy wero taking, first excited curiosity, then suspicion, ending with a closo watch on
thoir movements. They call at Vancouvor nnd tho other placos mentioned
being unusual in Russians, seoms to
offer corroborativo proof of thoir
sinister designs. And when wo come
to think of it, why should not Iho
KreaByer havo coaled at San Francisco
instoad of Esquimalt. This wus apparently a pretext for a visit, and to
givo the officers time to gather tho information they were after without exciting undue suspicion. Wo may bo
taking an exaggerated view of the matter, but taking into consideration tho
surrounding circumstances thero seems
tj ho ground for credence, nnd wo mny
make up our minds that tho Russian
when ho shall have left our waters will
bo aa fully acquainted as wo with our
ability to defend them.—Times,
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Mra. Wright of Toronto, who it ia
claimed, furnished medicine to the late
Kate Dunbar to produco abortion
which killed her, has been remandod,
but sho is to be rolonscd in tho meantime if the coroner's jury exonerates
her. Thoro is no truth in the report
that the authorities intend prosecuting her betrayer.
CORRESPONDENCE.
risking EtcfDsei*.
Editor Colombian,—Somo wc- ks ago
the fishermen petitioned tho Dominion
government, asking that an extra number of licenses be granted for those fishermen who have complete fishing outfits,
and later we learned that Mr. Mowat
hnd been instructed to report ou the advisability of issuing GO extra licenses,
Wc have heard nothing ns to his report,
but rumor snys ho will report unfavorably. Tho public meeting' asked the
board of trade to assist the fishermen,
but that body politely declines to make
any suggestion in our favor, which action
really moans a support of tho cannery*
men's ideas. It is about timo that the
fishermen who have been idle for three
mouths (should know what is going to be
dono with thom, as valuable time Is being wasted by thu present uncortainity
of what is to follow.
Louis L'Henafi*.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
An incondiary firo was discovered In
tho co-operative grocory store at Win*
nlpeg at midnight Friday. The placo
was badly gutted.
Damage to tho extent $50,000 is
snid to havo been dono to fruit in the
Owon Sound district, Ontario, by tho
recent fros't*.
At tho University Convention Snturdny afternoon, nt Toronto, Sir John
Macdonald, Hon. Edward Blake and
othor notables received tho degree of
L.L.D.
Mr. Van Horne loft Winnipeg on nn
inspection of lho Bruudun-Souris route.
Ho wub to havo been joined there by
aeveral St. Paul gun tinmen on Sunday
nnd proceed to Vancouvor.
Friday was a busy day nt tho Canadian Pacifio station at Winnipeg. Six
hundred Ontario excursionists arrived
and wero despatched on special trains
to various pat is of tho province.
Jitst after the Chinese murder,
Chief Sheppard offered a reward for
the knife with which it was supposed
the deed wna dono. A mnn to-day
brought n horribly dull and rusty looking article to Sorgt, Walker, saying
that it had been found near the scene
of tho murder, nud tho tinder thought
that ib was probably tho knifo used in
tho killing. It could not have been,
however, for it was bo dull that one
could ride on it without a saddlo, and
it would hardly cut butter, let alone
decapitate a healthy Chinese,—Standard,
max. min. iiain.
Sundny 81.0     63.0
Monday 75.0     fifi.0
Tuesday 00.0     54.0
Wednesday GS.O     48.0
Thursday 700     40.0
Friday 77.0     40.0
Saturday 83.0    53.0
Cloudless skies with refreshing breezes.
A. Peklk, Capt'n.
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment instantly relieves and permanently cures Piles, Pruritus aud all hot and itching sores nnd
eruptions. N. W. agents, D. S. Curtis
k Co.   dmy28yl
"Wlion Hahj wu sick, wo gave her Coiterta,
Wlion sho wm a Child, sho cried for Castoria,
Whoa sho becomo Miss, olio clung to Castoria,
Whin (Inh-MlCliffdron, olio gave thom Ciatoria
BAPTIST CHUIlCfl, Agnes Street,
East of Mary Stree't. Lord's Day
Servico.*-eMir in. mil 7 p,n». Sabbath
School anilBIble Class et, *:: ) n. in. Alt
seats free; strangers cordie'Jy welcomed.
—Hev, Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
METHODIST cr.un.OIIf Mary
Street, Kev. J. H. White, Paitor,
Services i-t 13 «. m, aci>7j), iu. Sunday
School and B :> e Class ": 0 o. m, Prayer
Mreiins on 'fiiiii.-ii- ys e' 7,U0p.m. Seals
f.ce; B.u-nr;fii.-' (..oiu-.i'lylivilct1..
QT. PAUL'S  CM
D'Opposite Oruus*
Haddon, Past or, k
■tltftcii, John Btreet,
-.iseHi'.'i, Hev. Thomas
Servkn eveiyrJUL-iluy
at 1111. ii>. una 7 0. m. T.imui y even i-*-s
atT'-lO o'c'och. sea,** fee; a'I nio cordially lavltr-d. Sunii-i-y School nt2i£0p,iB,
C'UUHCIl  OC-
* TRINITY   —
HKG.T-ASD.- HOLY
CHUr.CH; Ilcc .tr, 1 e
Ven. AicJic'ioacon Woods, ft. ItAf.Y'S
CHURCH' Rector, The Bishop. Services
ln both ciuirch*-*- r-rny th.-t. All scuts
free. Both cliuroUes open nil duy for private prayer.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (ST.
"ANDREW'S), corner Carnarvon and
Blackwood Sts. Rov. Thos. scouler, pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p m.j Sunday-school and Blble-cla.ss at 2.30p.m.;
Prayer-meeting on Thursday evonlugsat
7.80. Seats free; strangers welcome.
To Let.
OFFICES   IN   THF.   AltMSTRONQ
Mock.
ilJclOlc
Apply 10
W. J. AtUISTKOXa
SliorllT.
TO RENT.
A PLEASANT ROOM FOR TWOQBN-
tlcmcn, with  or without Hoard, In
private family.   Apply at third house up
the hill, left hand sldcof Douglas street.
 dJelOtc
Application for License.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT I
ll Intend to apply to Die Licensing
Hoard at Its next meeting for a license lo
sell Intoxicating liquors in the premises
known us the''Telegraph Holol," Front
street. NARYIIOQAN.
New West,, .June 10, IS8D. tlJoIOta
Application for License.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
.. Intend to apply to tlio I-lccnsing
joardatlls next meeting for a license to
soli intoxicating llc-nom Inthopremlses
known us tha "Depot Hotel," Columbia
Btreet, New Westminster, H.O.,
P.O. BILODEAU.
Now West., June 10,1831*, dje!012
Boar
Public Meeting.
TO HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR OK
lho City of New Westmlnslen-Tlne
undersigned request yon in plotue pall a
meotliigof the ratepayer*- of this city in
explain the Water By-law beforo the 1-JlU
inst., lho day for taking tha vote,
Joseph wintemute, It, ,1. Hickman, 0.
E. 0. Itrown, Ueo. D.Brymner, David Mur-
chle, W. A. Di'nenn, Jno, E. Lord, Thos.
Ovens,H. Hov, jas. Wise, J. D. Hopkins,
L. F.Bonson,.!. L. Caldwell, A; M. Herring.
To JOSEPH WINTEMUTE AND OTH-
ERS,-aKNTLKMRN! Jin complunco with
the above requisition I hereby appoint a
Publle Meeting to be held at tlio OITY:
HALL, on
Tucsti..}* Evening, Jnue mil,
AtSo'clock,of which nil citizens nrorequested to tako notice nnd govern tbc-m-
selves accordingly,
JOfiN HENDRY, Mayer.
Mayor's Office,
Now Westminster, Juno 10,188*.
Jel0d2t
FOR SALE.
ONE SIX-YEAR-OLD OX: well Iirekon
nnd gontlo.       JAMBS WISH,
Ul05wl Front St., N.W.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Card of Thanks.
T DESIRE   TO  HEARTILY THANK
I   the citluonsof New Westminster for
their very generous patronage during the
fast llvo years nnd trust that ln the future
shall continuo to merit tholr eonftdenee,
I have JuRt secured ns an assistant, A. J,
Holmes, D. D, g., a graduate of tho Ohio
Dental College (a branch of tho Cincinnati University), whioh college rnnks second to none In the -world. Dr. Holmes
comes highly recommended, and liBvln-j
had three years experience in tho practice of Dentistry, I feel that I can confidently assure nil requiring dental work
t hat only a superior class of work will bo
done.-
Prices moderate as In the past.
Crown, bridge work, and thoprosorva-
tlon of tho natural teoth specialties,
OmcEi Rooms B AO, Bank of B. C,
corner Columbia nnd Mary Streets.
C. £1, 6. BROWN,
asroTiCsB.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THE
city Mr. Newton A. White wilt have
clinrge of my business, nml hns authority
toooilect nnd discharge nil accounts in
connection therewith, etc,
S. H. WEBB.
Now Westminster, Juno 0,1860.    d jeOmS
Kindergarten School.
MISS DRUMMOND WILL OPEN THE
nbovo tot children from 3 years of
nge.June 10th, 1880.
Trrms—53 per month,
Carnarvon Street, directly opposite tho
Presbyterian   Church,  New Westminster, B.O. dje8ml
First-class Prairie Farm
FOR SAX.3E1.
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, North Arm, Fraser River; containing 200 acres of the finest farming land
In tho oountry; all dyked, well Improved,
good building--, good orchard (bearing).
For furthor Information enquire of
MAJOR & PEARSON,
dmysote New Wostminstor.
SERVICE BULL.
THK REGISTERED PEDIGREE HOI.-
STEIN IIUI.L,
Gugertha Prince 5,
Will stand for service this season at D.
Mcphudou's Garden, Edinburgh street.
Terms reasonable.
Milch Cows for Sale.
D. MePHADEN,
Proprietor.
Kuat Hiiro,
Manager. d27mylm
Election of 8dm Trustees
THE ANNUAL ELECTION OP A
Trustee for each of the thiee School
Wards of New Westminster Cily School
District will bo held on MONDAY the
ilth dny ot Jam; Kiwi, commonolng at ll
a. m., at tho undermentioned places, vtn.:
FOR ST. PATRICK'S WARD:
Ince Cottage (Mrs. Haynes'', cor. Dnil'er-
ln and Columbia Sts.- Return Ing Oflicer, Cnpt. O. Pittendrigh;
FOR ST. GEORGE'S WARD:
Now City Halli Market Square—Reluming Olllccr, Oapt, A. Poele;
FOR ST. ANDREW'S WARD:
Room near Royal Citv Mill**. Richard
St.—Returning Officer, Hugh Hun-.
In case n poll is demanded, voting will
commence nt 10 a. in. of the next day unci
close at 4 p. m., al the iibovO'iutmed
places.
fltJB-There will also Uo hold at the same
time and place in St. Andrew's Ward, a
special election of tt Trnslee to i-ci-vc tin-
unexpired termof one year, vice William
Ross, resigned.    _     __
Extract from tlJ*ublleSchool Act."
"30. Any person reglslorod as a voter, as
hereinafter provided, shnll bo eligible to
vote at nnysL-houl meeting held lu taieli
district, and in the ward lu which lir- is
registered, for the eleotion of Ttusli-c-;
provided, always, that It shall not be lawful for any person to vole for Trustees in
more than one ward In any Cily School
District."
By ordor of Hoard of Trustees,
JOHN UCKBHJSIB,
Seerctarv.
Now West, Juno 0,1880. jcO-10 13 IB
W.J.WALKER&Cfl.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
[Tei-knion*-: No, 55.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGUND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS ANO AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS. REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS,
Loudon antl Lancitihlre Fire nnd
British  Umpire  Life  lnum-ruice
OompiUilcH.
New Westminster Building Society.
Aoeountnnl's Oflice, Dlot-en-, of N*W,
City Auditors, 18BO, l«**7 and 188S,
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRIOT,
and other monetary transaction**.
Hnve several good Investments on tliolr
books, und all new comers will do well to
call before doing business clsowhorc.
dw3dely
JUST   EECEIVED,
Direct from Germany, by Express,
The Latest Novelties in
In New Shades and Combinations.
Nothing Like Them Ever Shown in the City
before.  Call and See them.
Ogle, OampbeE
dwtc
UMIHER
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
Ogle, Cuipbe
dtc
Next door bank of Montreal.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
OTiXBB   XXT
-IJeswl
Dentist,
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Xja"brador "EXexxlxiffs,
"Mlaclserel, Salt Cod,
____xxr_o'0.x'& T-Txxc. "Karas,
jlxx___oi_.x'b TTnc. "Bacon..
"Floax. "Bxaxi. Slioxts,
irHIOHl'MT i-RIOES PAID FOB, FARM l'KODUCK.
aowwiy «ooullar>Armitrong Blook, Columbia St.
LONDON H0USE1
HOSIERY.
The finest assortment of
Ladies', Children's and Infants' English and German Hosiery direct from
the manufacturers.
Largest assortment of Ladies' Jerseys, English and German make, ever shown in
town.
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
dwooISto
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE 13ANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED IfVABE- &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES,
A full line of Spectacles *& Eye-Glasses in -steel, rubber, silver arc -juid
frames.   The ftncbt Pebbles mndo, $4 per pair; all sights suited.
Special attention given to FIN13 WATOH REPAIRS. Having loaritw the
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologcrs in England, and sinco then
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the best firms on tho continent of America, Is n sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate,
Montreal, Dec., 1887.—Mr. P. Crake.*—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, eaye: "I never found a Watchmaker who did ao
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you arc not here to-day."
dwaplSto
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTKL, NEW WESTMINSTER, 1!. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    ■     Oolumbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
W. £ G. Wolfenden-,
DIRECT IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN
xs: i a- kc - a Xj jl s s
DRY GOODS
 AND	
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER-
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER & SHADWELL.
Awstato

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