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ttOTMllBCBt Erinling offlM
Columbian.
VOLUME 6
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. 0., MOKDAY EVENING, JUNE 24, 1889.
NUMBER 148
PROFESSIONAL AHD BUSINESS GAUDS.
T. C. ATKINSON,
>AH.RI8TEH, SOLICITOR, tc. Olllces-
) MusonlcBuilding, NewWestminster,
tlwto
I
AllRtVrilONG A KCKSTE1N,
AURISTER9, SOLICITORS, ETC-
i Masonlo Bulldine, Kow w&stmln-
■r, B 0. dwmy-ito
W> NORMAN BOLE, «■*,. C,
■jARRlSTEU-AT-LAW.LiVNDAGENT.
Jl Money to Loan. OHlcc-Ulurl'son SI.
■ew WestminBter, BO dto
t'UUKOI III, -llcl OIL A JENStft,
MftMBTKns, SOLICITOUS .etc. Offl-
> cos—Masonlo BitrUllng-*, Now West-
|lnstor, and Vnncon ver, 11, C.        dwtc_
A.C. BllYDONE-JACK.; M.'A-
TOTAUY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,
%   Ac.   Barrister of tlio New Brunswick
Ripromo Court,   Oflloo   In the Hi-mley
f-uldlng, Columbia Ht., opposito the Col-
Total Hotol.  dapfitc
1 JOSEPH 13. GAYNOR, U.A..L1-.B.
niOI-D MEDALIST of tho TJnlvorsttj of
iR Dublin. UAKHISTER-AT LAW of
to High Court o( Justine, Ireland. Oillces,
l,.rnor McKenzie A Clarkson Sts., New
yest minster. dwfo2lto
CJ. II GAT IE WOOD, U.D.M.,
J.VRCIEON DENTIST--A Qraduato of
il' the Baltimore Dental Colleito, In pro*
J.red to do all kinds of Dental work, Of-
■-n ovor McLennan & McFcul-.'s linril-
Tu'o store, Vii Unrilnvu St., Vhiifiouvor,
dapiBte
O, W. GUAniT-
\ RCHITECT,   Ofilou-Conior Mary nnd
Clarkson Hts,, Westminster,   dwto
CLOW   ft   MA.11LUHB,
1 RCHITECTS.    Ollloo-Room 13. over
Bank of B. C.TColumbla8trcet,Wcst*
H'nsti-v. dte
WtL.LlA.il   ll. KING,
i RCJIUTECT,S.VNITAHYENrtINEEH,
A &o. Removed to Armstrong's Block,
llumbfa Street, Westminster— Room
dto
W. THII1AVDEAU,
| AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS-
' in tin.   Hamley Block, Now Westmln*
It, B. C. dmylfito
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of the bost makes; Cross-cut A Hand-Saws,
llnrnca Wire for Fencing, and all tho neoeasary Utensils lor FarminKI
Pulley Mucks, Snatch Blocks, Hope & Chain in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar & Oakum; Tarred and Plain Paper for Bulldlngi Paints & Oils
Inall colors; Mqnid Paints in all shades; Floor Paints ready touse; Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper in all designs; Brooms & Brushes for-all purposes;
Luhrtcatin-* Oils; Trnps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements.
ttr Special attention given to ordors hy mail.
dwjly3to
T. 3*.
rrxij_L_=>_=' so ao..
Columbia Street, Nbw Westminster.
GRANT & MACLURE.
Boots & Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
A. 1*. Cl.TTOX,
Dominion and provincial land
SURVEYOR. Olllco: Room D.Bank
1. 0. bulldttiff, Westminster, B.C.
«'. llTLIMtKK.ll,
I EAL ESTATE UROKER nnd County
Jli Court Anent. Commissioner, Notary
|blt(!,Ac. Rents collected. Oiltce—Mc*
Iinzlo ritreet, Now WostmlOBtor, B. 0,
T, J, TIIAPP,
I'tTCTIONEER    AND     APPRAISER.
Columlifa. street, New Westminster.
commission** will reoelvo prompt
■ I uRtWn | u ii en tlon. Beit references
len wlion required' inbl!*-to
TUIIN11U, UK!. VO\ A CO.,
Merchants,   wimrf st., victoiia,
1   Agents for North British and Mer*
Ellin Insuninee Co. for Mainland.   IT.
Brbton A Co.,"8Q Kfhsbury Circus, Lon-
^£       _   dto
IU.0R i PEARSON
E.-al  Estnlc  Brokers and
Financial Agents.
ENTS FOR
oiif-u'lflrntlou Lifo  Aaaoclnttou of
Toronto,
uyal nml l,m»c-v-Mi-** Fire Insur-
t*-!i .« Cflmiianlcn.
a. Valuable Lots ror sale In lhe City
I Dlstrlot of Wcstiiiiii-itcr; and choice
s in the City of Vancouver,
ori-i-iiu* wishing lo buy or s*-ll eity or
I property should communicate with
Silloo,-): Bank of B.C. buildini', opposite
§( office, Westminster, nud Ha-utngsSt.,
"- ■■uver. '      ■ „\l«vnp'(ilo
IRAND BROS.
■■:
p\--\l* ESTATE KUOIClfilt'l,
Oouvcyimces-B. OolletHon,
Ami  l»»iiraiii-c Agent*!
sat
Kj3W WESTMINSTER:  Corner
McKenzie und Clurksou Sts.
VAN■*!OlTV1-:i:, Curdov.i HtreoL
LONDON .Bngliivid.
fail.DING LOTS for sale In nil sections
lanoouvoriiu'i Now Wostmlnster City.
i-VRM LANDS of -m-icrlor quality for
* nt Ohllliwhnek, Port J-linnmond,
Iiglny, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bny.Lad-
|s Landing, Lnlu Island, North Arm
a Pitt River.
laps and Plans exhibited and tho full-
Dlnformatlon furnished:tt all ourofllcos-
New Spring GoodsI
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
•J.   St.   MANSON's
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street, ■ New Westminster.
Globe
TtTST      *K*E!0*E!I*V*E3*D,
The Latest Novelties in Ladies'
Straw Hats and Bonnets,
Silk Dolmans
and Mantles,
MMMMtmSm M-WVlMMm   UMJMMSt,
jW. BO VILL,
eai Estate Agent
(AND CONVEYANCEK.
•W WKSTMINSTER:-Omcc,Mnck-jn-
17.1c SI roet.
[NCOUVER!—Otllce, Abbott Street,
Inear Cordova StreeU
lull Llat of  City aud Suburban Pro-
■articular nttentlon paid to Farming
■ids.
■oeurato   Information   to  corrcspond-
. dwmyflyl_
ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
ivll Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
ANCIflt, SHIPPIH3 & COMMISSION AGENTS
I'iro. Life A Harliio Inniirnucc.
C.VMMAST.,   -   OPP. CotONIAL HOTEL
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
IVE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
tontlou to al! pi-ofeisionul orders mul
.der their services to rosid*-nts and non-
ldoiit3 having Oity or Country Property
dlsjinso of or di-sli'lng prolltablo Invest-
mt,
)ur lists of eligible properties aro com-
ohoiislve and const antl y receiving nddl-
mi| and our fnvornble cistern conue*'*
.ua both in Canada and thu Atlantic
itCHf-lve uh unusual facilities for busl-
■special nil nl ion will he paid to lho
Iirchaso find Inspection of Lumber for
Jripmonttoforelgu pnris. Tonnageelinr*
■rod uud general -shipping business t rans-
ll'ted, dwnp'lyl
-MCSSSSS.
flacpherson & Thomson
H Of Ontario nnd Marqnotto, Mlohignn,
hnvo opened a
IH THE HOIBIMW HOOK,
I oliunlilii Street, it doors East
or Telegraph Office.
I .bey li... . oomplete assortment »f
JveryMilng usually found In n thst-clnss
■rug Store, comprising pure nnd fresh
Inuds, OHIMIOALS,
patent medioines,
toilet artioles,
|:nqlish, frenoh and
american perfumes.
JPliyslolnns'presRi'lpl.lonnciirefilllycoin-
■ounded dny und niifllt. *027d]m
BREOEMi-reR, DR. PH.
(Lain Partner of .lohu MeVlnlcer)
ft IN I NO HNGIN-TOB- P. S, A PROVI^
■    Ct AL SURVEYOR, -ft AflHA VElt.
Iiahonio TrmVli Block,
T Brit,Col.
I en-Rellnble report-t, undei
|-«>vs-ind maps of mines
l-iifi-H.  As'itysniade'in ~
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
Insurance and Financial
ikC3rE3KrrJ?SI.
NEW WESTMINSTER, ^^kISz^tT
VANCOUVER,
CORNER CORDOVA AND
ABBOTT STREETS.
—AND-
ANDER90N BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG. .ot cannon
9T.
Farming Lands*4Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia and Front Sts.,
in central portion of tbe city; several
buildings bring good rent— $22,000,00.
Lot 4, Block 7, near Lytton Square,
00x132 feet, fronting oa Columbia and
Front Sts.- $0,000.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., 33x00 feet—
94,000.00,
Also—Lot and Building with stock of
Goods, ono of tho best business stands
in tbe city.
<\. .      . /   -•
unuergror _y-*nur-
■ «MU^*-i-**fcl ln-4
aHWtffSof min-
■trnts, Bold and stiver inn. Thirty yeani*
■jxpeileneo  in mlnlmfvln Aula, Ei	
Iind United Stales of   America.
ten lani'ua-'cH.  Assays from a dlril
Iprnmptly att
In rope
Kaka
nee
Address Vnnoou*
ddomo
Improved Residential Property
Lot 15, Block 13; two houses rented at
paying figures—34,500.00.
Houso and Lot on Lome St., near Columbia—(1250.00.
Lots 4, 0 & 6, Block It); good house,
garden, kc.; choice residenco property
--$5,250.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St.; fenced and
cleared—$1500.00.
House and Lot ou Colnmbla St.} ono of
tbo 6nost residences In tho oity—87,-
000.00.
■mse and Lot on Royal Avonue, near
' Douglas St.—$2,000.00.
House and 3 Lots, corner Royal Avenuo
and St. Patrick's St.; no better residence sito iu the city~?10p000.00.
1 aero, with 7 houses, near tlie Park—
86,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Block 28; corner lot on Agnes St.;
fino residence site--$1200.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St
Avenue—$500.00 oach.
, near Queen e
Lota on Montreal, Douglas aud Hall-
fax Sts,, near Clinton St.; fine views
and welt situated--t350.00, $375.00,
$500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton
8300.00.
Lot 9, Sub-Block 10; fine residence lots-
$250.00.
Lots on Pelham St..
each,
near Mary—$000.00
Lot on Pclham St.,
fine sito--$500.00.
Lot on St. John's St.,
$350.00.
noar St. Andrew'--:
noar Melbourne*—
Lot In St. Andrew's Square -$300.00.
Lots in Blook fronting on Nortb Ant
road; finost chance In the market fo:
residenco or speculation—$125.00 tt
$176.00,
Lota in Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Blue
12—S00.OO to $125.00.
Lot- in Subdivision of Lot 17, tub-Bloo
13-8100.00 each.
Lots in Westminster Addition at $15.00
to $50.00.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. Amurvelot
purity, nt re ti Kl 11 and wliolesoineness. More
economical lhaii tho ordinary kinda, and
cannot be fluid in eompo lllon with tlio
multitude of low lest, tihort weight ulum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans,
Royal Bakiso Powijeu. Co., 100 Wall St.,
New York. 8fely
HOUSE TO RENT
QN ST. PATRICK'S SQUARE; 5 rooms.
87 per month.  Apply to
J.E.8UU.EY.
dji'lto
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Young Lady—Father, this is scandalous ! The idea of a man in your
standing coming home in this condition I Old Gentleman—Couldn't
(hie) holp it, m'dear. Met zeo young
teller I wouldn't let you marry, an'
(hio) hud some drinks wiz him, and
he's such a good feller I said he (hie)
could marry you right off, m'dear,
"Mercy ! Whero is hoi" "Dunno,
m'dear. P'liceman took 'im off (hie)
in wheelharrow."
TO RENT.
A LARGE BAItN TO ItENT
(•nod well of water
with a
.   Apply to
MRS. 13. GOLD.
O
To Xjet.
l'FIUES  IN   THE   ARMSTRONG
Wool:.    Apply to
W. .1. ARMSTRONG.
'101c Bharin:
TO RENT.
A PLEASANT ROi'M POR TWOGEN'-
Memon, with  or without   I'oard, iti
private family.   Appl> ut third houso np
the hill, left hand side of UmiijlaM streot.
dJelOUl
Timber Ijamls for Sale.
11IIE DISCOVERER'S INTEREST IN
.   nbont 11,(1(10 acres of first-class Tlmhor
Lands, principally Fir.
WOODS, TURNER A GAMBLE.
Now West., B. C, Juno 11, IS80.   djel2ml
TO LEASE.
THE UNION HOTEL, opposite. Masonic
and Oddfellows' Block.
For particulars, apply at the
MAINLAND RESTAURANT,
djelml Now Westiiiiiudcr.
First-class Prairie Farm
;■;;;'.'? '.for s*-&x-,:es.
superbly situatedo^tlulu islAND, Norlh Arm, Frasor River; eon-
UHnlntf 2C0 acres of the finest farming lnnd
ln the country; all dyked, well improved,
good buildings, good orchard (bearing).
For further information enquire of
MAJOR & PEARSON,
dmy2f)tc Now Westminster.
Plants for Sale!
AT THK
BrBBiilionsBS, Douglas Street
In OnKAT Vauietv, iNci.'Jniso,
GERANIUMS, Double 0)1(1 Single; FU-
OI1TAS, itll now varieties; liOSES,
Double PETUNIAS, MUUN-Pl-OWKIW:
a lino collection of DAHLIAS (named
varlolles) ANNUALS, '2', ots. per doz.
Mixed REDDINU I>L\NTS, 31.60 per don.
I offer 10 Plants for Si, including 1 Storm
King Puchia. Bouquets, Wreaths and
Crosses made to order. Fruit, Vegetables
and Plowehl at, Slorc, next City Rutcl( Columbia St. Orders by mall promptly ut*
tended lo      jdwap-yl]     I'. LATHAM.
A good colored man onco said in
a classmeeting: "Bredren, when I
waa a hoy I took a hatchet and
went into de woods. "When I found
a tree dat was straight, big and
solid I didn't touch dat treo, but
when I found ono leaning a little
and hollow inside, I soon had him
down. So when the debbil goes af-
te-* "pliristiatis, he don't touch demdat
sttinii straight aud true, but dem
dat lean a little and nre hollow inside."
Tho following cheerful intelligence
is convoyed by a late Paris despatch;
Sara Bernhardt'--; new oofl'iti waa
shipped to England today, where
sho goes to play an engagement of
several weeks. The new coffin she
hud was seized some time ago, with
other personal effects, by relentless
creditors. The new coffin is daintily
lined with blue silk, and at the head
has a soft little pillow trimmed with
Valenciennes laces. It is Sarah's
grim humor, sometimes, to sleep in
her coffin.
Hr. A. M, Stenhouso, the British
Columbia legislator who abandoned
politics to join the Mormon colony
in Alberta, insists that his nssociu-
tea will practice polygamy if thoy
like, and tlmt the Dominion cannot
prevent their doing so. Mr. Sten
house is evidently not familar with
tlio state of our laws though, ns an
ex-statemun, he should be,
Tho Dominion is very particular on
the marriage question. Pagan Indians alone escape prosecution for
polygomy.—3 fail.
ILL-FAT'D JOHNSTOWN
A Great Fire Now Sweeping; the
Remainder of Johnstown Out
of Existence.
Chinese  Highbinders Murder   a
Fellow Countryman for a
Small Unpaid Debt.
Sir Charles Tupper, Bart., Makes a
Telling' Speech on Imperial
Federation.
roon joiisstowx.
Johnstown, Juno 24.—At 1 o'clock
this afternoou the upper end of tbo lirst
ward caught firo from a large pile of
debris that was burning. The flames
enveloped 25 or moro houses, and in a
few moments got beyond control. Four
Philadelphia tire engine-* were put to
work, but could do nothing to stay _ the
spread of the lire, which now threatens
to sweep away the entire upper end of
the town. A high wind in blowing.
The militia have been ordered from camp
to assist tlio citizens and firemen. Tlie
value of property in this district is at
least $30,000.
3 p.m,—The wind is high and tho fire
is spreading rapidly toward Korncvillo,
It has gotten beyond the control of
the fire department nnd now covers
fivo acres,
MCDOW'S TRIAL.
Charleston, S. 0., June 24.—Dr. L,
B. MoDow's trial fur the murder of
Editor Dawson began this morning in
the criminal court. The room was
crowded with a dense throng of white
and black people. The jury is composed
of 7 negroes and 5 whites. The impression prevails that McDow will
get off. About 40 witnesses arc to be
examined.
l-ASEESOEll LIST.
San Francisco, Juno 24.—The Btr.
Walla Walla saili-d for Victoria, thia
morning with the following passengers:
J. Ball, M, H. C'lwait, J. McLean and
wife, A. Rivers, E. J. Mayb.-e, C. Mc-
Kuvty, Mi-sM. B. Este'e, Miu E.
Robinson, Miss K Claike, Mrs S. M.
Wybstcr, Mias P. Mnooinberi C. E
Rediern and wifo, Rev. 3. Miller and
wile, Miss C. McLeod.
Tho Duke of Portland is the luckiest man iu England, When he
was born tlie chances against bis
ever holding his present title were
vory great. But ho became a poor
early in life und his income is sufficient to keep a whole multitude of
wolves from tho door. His racing
stable consists of only sixteen horses,
but has won the Derby two yeara in
succession, and this season he will
probably carry of the leading three
and four-year old events. He is as
fortunate in love as in other ways,
and is madly devoted to six feet of
handsome English girlhood,—ik
T. i. MUIR & CO.
DHuoeesTS
Queen's  Hotel  Block,
NEW *H:STJI!\ST1-.H.
iciiies
TOILET ARTICLES ft SUNDRIES
PRESCRIPTIONS A M'Kl'IALTY.
tlaplto
a
SO   CO.
INSURANCE
ints
Purchase Sell and lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make loans on Mortgages,
Aud ti'iumiict all Business relating to
Uoat Estate.
—AGBNTS FOR—
London Akhui-aiicI'Corporation.
Connecticut Fire Insurance To. of
Hurl Cord.
London and Lnucnshlrc Life Assurance Co.
Canton Insurance omce, Ld. (Marine)
OFFICES!
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwneHyl
Tho lawsuit against Judge Hilton
to bring him to account for his
course in administering the Stewart
estate, says an exchange, is one of
the most remarkable, in the amount
involved and the time und labor attending its prosecution, on record.
Tho testimony taken in it covered
16,000 folio pages of paper, and it
was printed at a cost of §24,000,
though only twenty-four copies were
struck from the press. Judge Hilton compromises, without calling for
a decision, by paying the plaintiff's
the sum-of 86,000,000, it is Baid,
yot still has tbo comfortable sum
comprised in the balance remaining
of S30.000.000 as his  own fortune.
Says the Pall Mall Gazette: A
Chinaman in Canton was in tho
habit of stealing his master's money
and swallowing it. At last he died
of his bad habit, and when the surgeons examined him thirty-two ten-
cent pieces wero found in his interior,
and' two of them had lodged so
awkwardly as to cause his death,
"Such," piously remarks tho Chinese
commentator, "nro the wages of unhallowed greed." If inoney-swallowing is a habit of Ah Sin wo can understand why, when he dies abroad,
his relatives are so anxious to have
his material envelope sent homo to
them. A dead Chinaman may be as
good asa gold mino to his sorrowing
kinsmen.
A new and noticeable figure
among tho numerous dignitaries and
ofllcials in tho suite of tho Shah of
Persia is a young boy of 12, whom
tho Shah has covered with dignities
nud titles, and who is nn object of
pttvy and fear to most of his majesty's ministers. His namo is Uoola-
mali Khan. He is tho director of
the Corps of Royal Pages, and one
of his titles is Azizus-Sultan,
"Kavorito of the Monarch." Neither
minister, vizier, nor royal prince has
ever been allowed to Bit nt tho
Shah's table, but Goolamali Khan
is an exception to tltis law of the
Persian. Ho is constantly. by his
master's sido, and has more servants
to wait upon him than any two of
the royal ministers, Tho explanation of this extraordinary treatment
is to bo found in the Persian mon*
arch's conviction that his life is inseparably and mysteriously bound up
with that of Goolamali Khan and
that wise men have foretold thnt the
Shnh's doath will be preceded only
a few days by that of his young
favorite; that the health and prosperity of tho lattor will mean the
health and prosperity of the former;
and that generally whatever befalls
this little one will also happen to his
'oyal protector. This belief has resulted in tho boy's leading a lifo of
ease and luxury unknown to tho
most fortunate courtiers in Teheran.
Ho was Boated on the knees of two
mugniiicont grandees on the Shah's
entry into St Petersburg.—Ex.
It lull HINDER 8 WORK.
San Francisco, June 24. -Tom Alt
Foy, oue of the threo highbinders who
butchered Tong Hoy to death with
hati'hets on the street late last night,
was captured early this morning. Ono
of tho murderers is still at large. Hoy
owed Foy a small sum of money, ami,
with tlie two others to aid him, murdered Hoy fnr refusing to repay him.
MURDERED.
Omaha, June 24.—John Flummcr, a
prominent farmer, was murdered last
uight while returning from tho meeting
of the farmer's alliance, of which he was
a prominent member. Gro. Plummor,
his brother, haa been arrested on suspicion, as bad blood has existed between
them fur some time,       -, ;-•■
CLAXTON FAILS.
Montreal, Juno 24.—T. J. Claxton
k Sons, manufacturers and importers,
have assigned.   Liabilities $200,000.
OTTAWA NOTES.
Ottawa, Juno 22. —Ex-Prcsidunt
Cleveland and a fishing party will
visit Kingston shortly.
Tho Mail publishes a letter from
grand Chaplain Potter of tho Orange
lodge of tho metropolitan province,
England, protesting against the
Jesuits' Estates bill and endorsing a
resolution passed by the metropolitan
grand lodge on the subject. The resolution sympathizes with the Canadian O ran Heme 11.
A Kingston dispatch says; A bat*
tory was summoned from tho city at
one o'clock this morning to tho Kiiit's-
ton penitentiary to quell a threatened
revolt. Sir John S. D, Thompson
has left for the scene. At the department uf justice hero officials say the
troops were only called out ns a pre
cautionary measure, bt---nu**c tho penitentiary is iu darkness, Iu a few days
tho j;as will be superseded by electric
light.
imperial federation.
LosnoN, Juno 22.—Sir Charles Tupper mado an important speech at tlio
annual dinner of the Imperial Federation League to-night. Ho congratulated the league on the progress of the
movement in Canada, tliougli himself
unable to jum some of tho foderntion-
istsin behoving tho empire must full
to pieces unless a threat radical change
in tbo constitution was -"fleeted. The
movement had not Bet the heather on
(irt in Canada, because, perhaps, no
colony needs less stimulus to loyalty to
the empire; also because thi* French
CamuUiiu population desired nothing
bettor than their existing liberties.
Still, if*the movement should take a
praclic-il turn let the British government and the oppuBitioti unite, aud
summon an imperial conference in
Loudon to consider the wholo question,
especially on tlio buiia of self-interest
tu each part of tho empire. He believed such a convention would havo a
practical outcome, aud would lead to
the adoption of a fiscal poliey. which
would add strength and unity to tho
empire. The speaker was much cheered. Lord ller-n-hel thought a conference would be, pothapB, premature.
Mr. lUnkiu, M. P., urged the Dominion government to take tho initiative
with tho other colonios.
tho word of God. Ignorance of tho
law is not accepted as an excuse. We
havo no reason to plead ignorance-
take the book and read the words.
But if tho words do not please us we
are not obliged to listen to them, und
like Jehoiukim we can eut them out
and cast them into tho fire. That
was nn eaBy way to get
rid of it, an easy way to
rid themselves of an unpleasant truth.
But tho words still remain, and wo
know wo have to-day the thrice written words of warning and we cannot
plead ignorance. Although we know
that God's word will bo disregarded,
rejected uud despised, yet do wo know
that that Word will bo found truo at
the lust; true when it declares that
thoso who forgot God will bo turned
away. We will find then that it is nil
true. Mon boaBt of an opon biblo
and Boldom rcud it—seldom open it,
aud if opon it is always at the same
page. Friends, try to livo more closely
to God. You must havo a new nature.
Wo can be good, and He heralds thu
sacrement of His body and blood as a
moans of Balvation. Wo date not take
a knife and cut th'at truth out of the
book. "Tho fool hath said iu his
heart, there is no God;" but who is
tiio f-reatest fool, lie who says there is
no G< d or he who Bays thoro ia a Uud
and despises Him ? The principle thut
pursues to-day U that men do what
they please and loavo undone what
they please. Truth is made known
and grace is given that men may live
well and faithfully in the blessed hopo
of heaven. When tho time comes for
you to lay down the hurden of life,'
may you my friends bu ablo to Bay: "I
have fought theg.jod tight, I have kept
tho faith."
METHODIST   CHURCH.   ■
At the Methodist church lust evening tho Rev. J, H. Wlitte (pastor)
commented upon the "Liquor License
By-Law," lately passed by the civic
board, taking as Irs text E-ther lit
chap, and part of 8 h veme. "And
tho drinking wub according to the law,"
and  spoke  subMinitially as  follows:
THE CHURCHES.
SnniuisrlcH ot Hume of (he City Krrinoin.
Spoken Yrslertlay.
HOLY TRINITY.
Tho services nt Holy Trinity church
lust uight w ere conducted by tho rector,
Vonorablo Archdeacon Woods, who
took for his text Jeremiah 30 chap.,
23 verse. "And it camo to puss that
when Jehudi had road threo or four
leaves, he cut it with the penknife and
cast it iuto tho tiro that was on tho
hearth, until nil tho roll was consumed
in the fire that was on tho hearth."
Josiah, tho sixteenth king of Judah
was the lust of whom it ia recorded hejd id
right in tho sight of tho Lord. Think
of it frionds, it ia given us to rend tu-
day of a king who many hundred years
ago did right in the sight of tho Lord.
It is recorded in thu great bonk to be
opened un the judgment day what our
past livos havo been. Whon that
book is openod what will bo found to
havo boen the lives ut kin-'s, princes,
bishops, priests, doncons and laymen .
Day by day wo nro adding to our
record in that book. And yet Josiah
with all his willingness to do right iu
the eight of the Lord was Ignorant of
So far as I know this ia tho tirst
o-rd-'d aitumpt to r-guUte the liquor
traflic hy-law. I thiok ih»t I may lay
it down asun iiidi-putahle truth, thit
even laws aro necessary fur tlio well
Willi- uf society and must be onfuroedj
moral suusk.li is n<t enough. I would
nut like to live where mural aua-mm is
the only deterrent to crime. Wo must
have law and penalties for law break
ova, L'iwb are framed to protect
people's rights; nut tb oppress pr single
out any man, or business, so long as
ttie man or his business dues not »titr-r-
fi'i'o with the rights and welfare of
others; if so, the law steps tn mid restrains him. Laws are made alfec im*
ban kj, insurance companies, merchants
and pi-ofessi 'iial men, and they deal
and practice under the law made ami
provided, and must conform to thu law
liefuro and after entering or practicing
their business or profession. At Na
ultimo, the Hamilton Powder Company
must erect their factory two or three
miles nut&tdo the city; glue fuctories,
•daughter houses, etc., because of the
dntigor to health and inconvenience to
the public, are likewise forced to opernto at the extreme limits of cities and
iu every town, ai the area and population increases, restrictions are mide.
Things that wero allowed in days gone
by cannot bo permitted now; bu-mies->
es are regulated, chimneys raised and
wooden buildings forbidden, for the
safety nnd well boinguf the community.
These regulations and restrictions are
received us beiug the correct thing;
but when an attempt ia made to re*
strict the liquor traflic, special notice
is taken, and many who claim nut to
drink much themselves, and who freely
admit that drinking to excess is bad,
put forth the plea that tenderness be
used toward the men engaged in the
bu-iness. If a factory wore started
that in its process of manufacture
throw out germ* of disease, and dou'h
resulted tu many, your tenderness
would uot lust long.. In twenty-four
hours you would close it up without
any compromise, and a $400 license
fee would not mako any difference,
Tho reason that tho liquor traflic has
bo much of this kind uf sympathy is
that thore are so many who tako a
littlo drop themselves for tho good of
their health. It is 81 years unco the
dist temperance socioty started, with a
pledge, nut of total abstinence, bit
with permission to drink nt dinnor;
but the temporanco movement has advanced, and I hopo tu live to bco prohibition, If tho same advancement is
mado in tho futuro as in tho past it is
sure to come. There was u time when
Geo. Stephenson, having completed
his locomotive, prupcecd to run at 12
' miles nn hour. He was scoffed at, and
it is suid, at a hearing befure a parliamentary committee the question wns
asked "what would happen if a cow
got upon tho track 1" Geo Stephon*
sun eaid "It would be awkward for the
euo," and I want to tell you lhat this
temperance movement is going ahead
and that unything that stands in the
way will have a hard time of it. Vet
wu arc a long way behind tho times in
Ibis city. Wc havo to be fighting and
calling hard numoBover a liquor by-
luw that allows forty licenses to botch
nnd saloons, several of which are mere
shacks. I toll yuu thnt tho tomper-
ance societies, assisted by moral suasion aud the gospel, ai well ns the temperance literature now introduced into
our schools, aro hastening tho timo
whon their influence wilt be felt and
they will wield a force that willwipo tho
horrid traffic out. It is only 16 years
ago that tho women of Hillsford, Ohio,
started tlio movement that has closed
hundreds of bars nnd thereby permitted thousands of men and women
to bo put on their way to heaven. In
thoso days it does not take long tn get
up un excitement. It is leas than a
year since tho Quebec legislature
passed a law nt vnrianco with the principle of equal rights, and a wave of enthusiastic opposition has spread
throughout the Dominion aud gains
headway daily. Tho influence nf rapid railway transit, newspapers, postul
communication nnd the telegraphs all
tend to quioken great movements, and
it docs not tako long for tho nation
to make up its mind and move for the
right. 1 have no faith In license Iuwb
whatever as lessening the drinking
habit. (Hore tho rev. 'gentleman produced a printed copy of the by-law).
This by-law ia four feet long, and if it
was 40 foot it would not materially
restrict the traffic. No real good will
ever bo done until the traffio is prohibited nud trading in liquor made a
criminal ofl'ence. Tho hue and ery
that thii by-law is a radical measure.   In going  through  it,
I do  not  call  it  radical   at    all.
In Toronto they would not have it on
their statute  book.   But I  suppose,
this being a new country, we must go
slow und take the best we can get.   If
I had been in the council I would have
voted for this measure as being the
highest that can be reached just now.
In the meantime the  community at
large owes a debt of gratitude  to his
worship the mayor and the  aldermen
who had tho well being of the city at
heart and stood by the measure and
would not be brow-beaten, and  if you
oppose those who oppo&od the measure
thoy can not be elected again.   You
are responsible if you have a vote, and
it is easy to put in a council next year
thut will pass a bettor by-law  if you
wish. The better class of hotol keepers
like the by law, and will cheerfully accept it.   Thon what is all  the trouble
and commotion about?   A fow men,
just because they  are  engaged in  a
straight saloon business, get up and endeavor lo split the council.   The  real
object was uut to get the extra license
foo remitted, but to give a six months'
hoist to  tho whole measure,  in the
hope thut tho now council  might  repeal the by-Jaw, or that its restrictions
would be forgotten.   The rev. gentleman took up the various clauses, commenting lavoiably  ou  the  revenue,
until he  reached  the  one  affecting
druggists.   He said that, if suid at all,
thut was tho proper place, amongst the
arsenic, strychnine, und other poisons,
and with a qualified dispenser.   Now
here is the best clause of all, the Sunday closing.   It has beon  a  standing
diegrace to the city to have  tho  bars
opon night and   day, and  now  many
a man who has worked hard all the
week may possibly be saved by tho removal uf this temptation, and although,
it may bo hard to prove an infraction
yet I du hope the citizens will see that
thin clause is enforced.   It ib a good
measure, when uo better can . bo got,
and we will soo that it is obeyed.   It
ia no pleasure to talk of this matter,
but 1 think it was a good thing to dis*
cuss it to-night; the  men who  would
let the liquor business go  practically
unrestricted aro not fit  to sit  ia the
council   and    represent you.     See
that they don't  represent yuu again.
Not only pray,   but do  all  you can
otherwise.   The   reverend gentleman
concluded with an  earnest appeul to
those given to drinking or Binning in
uny way to change thoir life fur the
better.
Manle BMbc Xolen,
Fur a few duys prior to the 12th
illst, thu day appointed bylaw fur the
licensing commissioners to meet, pre*
pat-ntiunswere boing made forthe vending ut Por Hammond of intoxicating
liquors in the old establishment formerly known as the Westcott Houso. This
house after the collapse of the. Hum-
mund bourn was deserted, but has
been for the past few montha used as
a huclieljiE'B liall'.f Tho proprietor
with a tenacity worthy of a better
cause, has fur the last live ur eix years
at nearly every sitting of the licensing
court applied for a liquor license, but
on evory occasion has been refused.
Finally the house, it is alleged, changed bunds, and the former proprietor
managed to bo appointed a member of
tho licensing board. Thut buund
an nuw cons-ituted stand* 3 fur and 2
aguiust the introduction of tho liquor
license evil into Lhe municipality. The
anxiety of the majority of the board
tu grant the license wns patent frum
their swaggering mien iu and out of
court. They littlo dreamed that aa a
licensing hoard it is imperative thut
they act in accordance with tbe law of
tho province. "But man, proud mar,
dressed in a little brief authority plays
such fantastic tricks before high
heaven as make the angels weep."
Fully aware that moral suasion, could
be of no avail with tho board, and that
it wns a foregone conclusion thut a
license wus to bo granted, tho auti-
licenav party applied for und obtained
through their solicitor, L. P. Eckstein,
a writ of prohibition from the supremo
court restraining tho licensing coniuus-
Bionara from further action in R. W.
Mcintosh's application. Since it is in
tho public interest thnt thu intention of
the majority of tho licensing commissioners was frustrated, tho party of
moral reform ia to be congratulated ou
ihe success attending thoir action.
Thero iB a good hotel at Port Ham-
mood, under the management of Mr.
J, W. Sinclair, and there is no lack of
accomodation for tho travelling public.
The establishment of a saloon whero
no hotel accomodation is nt prcsont
needed, more than can be supplied,
would be tho country's Iobs and at
most only nn individual's gain.—Com.
Langley Council.
Council met at tho Town Hall on
Saturday, Juno 1st. Present, tho
rcevo and full council. Tho minutes
of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Tenders wero opened and the
following contracts awarded: No. 3,
to Mr. McDormut nt $40; No 4, to J.
Tyre at §80; No. 5, to A. Holding at
815; No. G, to E. Yorkson at 920.
Olerk wus instructed to obtain legal
advice as tu whether tlio council is res*
ponsiblo for payment of special constable fees, hired by the magistrate in
civil and criminal esses. Tendon
were ordered to bo called for noxt
mooting for work on Boake's road, section lino, near McAdnm's. Coun.
Gray tendered his resignation and returning officer was instructed to hold
uu election on the 16th to fill the vacancy in ward 5. The following accounts wero ordered paid; J. Yeoman,
$170, J. Mc Adams, $28.88; Hopkins,
$50; H. West, $25; J. Mathison, 810;
A. Campbell, $5: J. McAdnms, Q5,
Council then adjourned until Saturday, July Oth.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Tho General Presbyterian Assembly
closed at Toronto Friday night.
A special train with Ontario excursionists left Winnipeg for the west at
(l o'clock Friday night.
John Hennossoy, a elerk, belonging
to a good family in Montreal, who was
found guilty of rapo upon a littlo girl
thirteen years of age, was sentenced
to fourteen years.
Mel&tenBon, the Chicago express
man, arrived at Winnipeg Friday and
recognized Burke as the man wanted
for the Oronin murder. Burko lias
b-un remanded until Wednesday.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
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Monilny Evening, June 24, 1880.
Tho dastardly murder of Dr. Cronin, in Chicago recently, has been
pretty well fixed  upon emissaries of
tho secret Irish organization known
as tho 01ah*na-Gael.   This nefarious
society is one of tho wheels within
thn great circle of Irish agitation in
America and at home, but the chariot
'  of  Irish  freeda'm would make far
better progress without   such   false
aids.   Dr. Cronin   himflelf was an
onthusiastic worker along honorable
lines for the great ends whioh neurlv
ull Irishmen profess to have in view,
and his taking away will Lo n loss to
the Irish cause, while the diabolical
manner aud motive of it cannot fail
to be a serious set-back, unless all
true Irishmen hasten to disavow tho
slightest   connection   or sympathy
with the villainous perpetrators, and
do   their   utmost   to bring them to
speedy justice.   Dr. Oronin, ib appears, knew something of tho dark
doings of tiio Olan-im-Gael, and that
heathenish  society, litter  for the
dark oges   and semi savagery than
the   nineteenth century and   free,
enlightened America, determined to
add   another foul  blot to its black
record, iu the "removal" of nn innocent man, on the tlieorv, presumably,
that "dead men tell no tales." Never
was   a   falser proposition, however,
for ever since Cain Blew his brother
Abel the Hood of  murdered innocence has cried from the ground, and
will continue to do so.   The sooner
the Irish cause is purged from sueh
abominations as its Olan-rnvGaels,
its   feriianism, and its 0'Donovan
Rossas, the better for the cause. ,
of food, the brain worker is very apt
to receive too little nutriment to
make up for tho waste. Especially
is this the caso when he, uncon
sciously, perhaps, replaces food by
the use of tobacco, ten. alcohol, or
opium. Some advise to go supper-
less to bod. This, most medical
authorities of tho day think is a
wrong notion. It is a fruitful source
of insomnia nnd neurasthenia. • Tho
brain becomes exhausted by its
evening work, and demands rest and
refreshment of its wasted tissues,
not by indigestible salads and "fried
abominations," but by somo nutritious, easily digested and assimilated
articles. A bowl of stale bread and
milk, of rico, or some other farinaceous food, with milk or hot soup,
would be moro to the purpose. Any
of theso would insure a sound night's
sleep, from whieh the man would
awaken refresh eti.
The Colvmbian, says the World
oi Saturday, has come to the conclusion that it is better for a man to
marry than to remain single. We
venture to say that this will be news
to our readers, but then the World
will never lack for assertions, based
on wrong conclusions if need be, so
Jong as its powerful imagination remains in its present well oiled condition. Wc plead guilty to having
discussed the delicate question in a
non-committal way, last week, for
the edification and entertainment cf
our readers, both from the standpoint of tbo maid and the bachelor,
when wc quoted Various opinions and
declarations and mentioned a few
facts relating to the subject, but we
cannot fairly be suid to have come
to or expressed any conclusion in
the matter. With considerable more
reason, our readers will agree, after
reading bho following from the World,
citii wo chargo our amiable cotemporary with coming to a contrary
conclusion from that wliich ib so
gratuitously attributes to us. Says
the World, oracle-wise, on the interesting subject in question: "To
marry or not to marry is a question
whicli will be settled by every bachelor according to his inclinations
and, it may be added, bis opportunities, it is probably true that tinman who secures a good wife is better off than his single brother, but
when wo see—even in a young country like our own—girls brought up
to think of nothing but how to lix a
ribbon, or strum the pianoforte, instead of learning how to make u bed,
or cook a chop, it is no wonder that
there are varying opinions on the
marriage lottery question. Probably
the bachelor h not always tho miserable individual lie is popularly pictured, and girls should remember
that there are worse fates reserved
for some men than having to sew
ou thoir buttons—for (•.■•■ample, a
shrewish tongue." Oar estoeraed
cotemporary Bpeaks in the foregoing
with all the confidence born of experience, anil we reapoetfully defer
to its superior knowledge on the
subject under discussion, Mum is
tho word.
Tho   Medical  Aye, says that the
most  frequent   fault of   tho brain
worker is excessive application to
work.   The   most   intense and fatiguing uf   toils is pursued almost
uninterruptedly, food  is neglected,
uud tho claims bf exercise and sleep
aro but imperfectly admitted.    Two
hours' exorcise in the open uir, daily,
is probably u minimum, and might
prudently be exceeded.    The brain
worker  must livo sparingly rather
than luxuriantly, ho must prefer the
lighter classes of food to the heavier,
and ho must be very prudent in the
uso of alcohol.   Tobacco and tea nro
apt to be   favorites with him, nnd
their immoderate use may require to
bo   guarded   against.    It is a nice
quostion whether he needs more or
less   sleep than other men.   Many
men of genius are light sleopors,
probably in somo cases a misfortune,
but there seems some ground for the
notion   that more than a modorato
indulgence   in sleep is unfavorable
to successful mental effort,   A com-
niontei' upon this subject says that
mental effort causes waste of tissue
elements   quite as much us bodily
exertion, and   litis  demands n full
supply of food.   Wliat with dyspepsia und absenco of appotito- tho results of  deficient exercise, and the j
influence of proconcoi
tho use or disuse of special articles j
Recently old Vesuvius, it is stated, bus been more active than usual.
Numerous convulsions in tho interior have  resulted   in tho rending
and then the collapse of tbe last new
cone at tho mountain.    We are so
used, the Naples correspondent of
the  London   Daily  News says, to
these  changes at tho extreme summit that it is no new thing to see
from Naples that the point of the
active crater lias fallen in, and the
top of   tho   mountain has been reduced to the flatter shape which is
its normal form.    On this occasion
a stream of  lava   issued from the
east side of the cone, and was thus
invisible from Naples.   It ran about
one-third of tho distanco down tlio
entire mountain.    Signor Soarfoglio,
of the Corriere di Napolio, who repaired to Vesuvius on May -1, to see
tlie   changes wrought   by tho late
eruption,  writes:    "The mountain
presented a most magnificent spectacle.    A man who had been on the
cone on May 3 said that he felt the
vibration of the mountain so much
that lie becamo sick, and he declares
that   the motion was accompanied
by subterranean thunder.   The lava
and   ashes which fell in obstructed
the mouth of the crater, causing it
to split at the base of the latest cone
on the eastern side.  This new opening is about sixty feet wide and at
least  1,500 feet long, and descends
in  a  straight  line, like a colossal
ravine.    Its   depths are bidden by
the sulphurous smoke whicli ascends
from   it.   The   lava  has run along
this ravine for about a mile, dividing into two streams, one of which
has already stopped, whilo the other
is flowing slowly on, a small column
of smoke indicating its course.    It
rolls in the black bed of the old lava,
toward San Giuseppe; but this village is still three miles away from
the fiery stream, and is in no danger.
All shocks of earthquake and explosive   sounds  have  already ceased;
around the broken crater the lava is ■
split into larger or smaller crevices,
some almost too wide to leap over.
Smoko  issues   from   the crater in
great abundance; but uo more heated
matter   is   being cast   tip, und the
opening is closed by debris.    Who ,
knows where the liquid lava within J
Vesuvius   will find a new outlet?
One thing is certain.  Tho mountain
is much weakened at the part where
the eruption took place, and the sido
above   Resina   is  tho safest,"   It
would seem from  this report, says
tho Daily News correspondent, that,
even should  the liquid lava within
Vesuvius  rush   upward with such
force   as it did in 1872, the region
toward and around Pompeii would
be in.most danger, while tlie thickly
inhabited coast at Torre del Greco,
Resina, and  Portici would bo safe.
No   one   can tell whether tins last
overflow of lava will be the conclusion of the ph-j.se of gentle activity
of tbo last few months, or whether
it will   be the commencement of a
still more energetic pefiod.
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PURSUANT TO EXECUTIONS AGAINST LANDS ACT, 187J.
In tiic Supreme Court of British Columbia ami iu the County
Coun of New Westminster.
F.G.VERNON, HERMANN WICKEM. POSTILLBROS., T. NKELANDS,
Plaintiffs.
WILLIAM CALKINS, Defendant.
IN OBEDIENCE TO WRITS OF EXECUTION ISSUED OUT OF THE ABOVE
1 Courts on the il'lni find 27111 (lays of Mav, Hj89, rusprt'tIvely, ami to nio directed in
llio above-mimat suits, for ibo sum of SHTti-OG unit interest cm the same at tho rato ore
poraentnm por annum until paid, besides sheriff's foes, pnuiut»t*c ami other o.-'iien*
nc* of this ■*xei'Uiliin,l liavo seized and will offer for salo by auction, nl the COURT
HOUSE, Now Wostminstor, ou
Thursday the 27th Day of June Next,
At 12o'clock noon, (ill lho right, tltlo ami Interest of the said William Calkins, as
di'Si'nli.ii in tills n<lvi-rtis.-niei]!loi,siilll--lent thereof to satisfy the JuilRiuent deb1 and
expense*1 in this net lon, subject to a inoi-tf-iige for--1,600.00 and Ink-restthereon nti)
per cent ii in per annum from ttie Uth March, 1S88.
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Concise description of property.
North West % ot Section 23,
Township 26.
Prairio land partly ditched 4 un*
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bulld'gs thereon
Estuto or Int'Ht
Tho Judgments were registered in  tlio Lnnd Registry Offlce, on the 28th day
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A LARUE UNION-JACK BORROWED
from tli" Morelinnts' Hotel furdeenr-
utivo purposes on tbeueeaslun of the citizen's ball In Ucitl.-Uovi-rni-r Nelson In
H'-ri-lng-i- opera lloiw, ovor a year ago,
bus sever boen returned. The party In
possession of this nag will confora (iisilug
favor by dillverlng   the   uimu  withont.
delay at thn above-named hotel. dje2lwl
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A. tboiimiersl(-ned up In.luly 1st for lho
erection of nTW-J-MTUt'KY \\\ HIMKNl.'K
lo bo built on Lnlu Island, for Mr. W.
Carsoallon,
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accepted
Plans and speelilcatlonscan'bBBfifln'at
the otllce of       CI-UW A MACLURE,
dJeMHil Arehllcolx.
VTOTIOB.
I HAVE THIS DAY HOLD AND
transferred to Oapt-, Power tho steamer (Jhutvs, uud from this dale lie will
assume ail control of lho steamer unci
business. Thanking nil forllielr putrou-
ngfi conferred in the past, I solicit u continuance of tlie same tn my successor,
1 will sonic all liabilities up to date,
nnd any person having a claim of any
kind on Ihesleuineror myself will please
present It for Immediate settlement, nnd
all persons indebted to mo will please
Bottle at once or tholr accounts will bo
placed In ai-ollcllnr's hands forcollectlrm.
Address all communications to 1'. O.
box 10!, New Westminstor.
WM. IJ. TOWNSEND.
Now West in ins tor, Juno 22,1880,   Je22d0t
lotice of Sale by Sheriff.
PURSUANT TO EXECUTIONS AGAINST LANDS ACT, 1S7-J.
Iii the County Court of New Westminster, holden at flfciv
Westminster.
L. P. ECKSTEIN, Plaintiff.
W. II. BROWN, Defjsndaht-
1N OBEDIENCE TO A WRIT OF FI FA ISSUED OUT OF THE COUNTY COURT
of New Westminster, on the Uth November, 1888- ami lo mo directed In tlie
above named suit for tlie sum of $117.7.1, debt und costs, nlso interest on tho same at-
4 per centum per annum from the Oth dayof October, 1688, until paid, besides Sheriff's
fees, poundage, and other expenses of this execution. I have seized and will otlerfor
sale by Auction, nt tho Court House, New Wostmlnster, on
Thursday, the 27th day of June, next,
Al l2o'clock,noon,all tho right,litlo and Interest of tho snld W. II Brown, ns described In Ibis advertisement, or sutllclent thereof to satisfy tho judgment .dobt and
expenses in this action, subject to a mortgage forgl-fif-Q-OO ami Interest on the same at
I) por centum por annum from the2Gtii September, 1888.
Now Westminster.
Lot 288, Group II, and South
lialf Lot 270, Group II.
Concise description of Property.
AgrlcilHUr'l land
partly cleared,
wlih buildings
1hereon.
Estate or lin'st
Tlio Judgment was registered in tho Land Registry Offlco, New Westminster
against snld binds on the ilth dny of October, I8S.S.
-W. 7. ^.2S*M:ST***aO*£Ta-, Slieri-H.
djoiotd Westminster County.
FJONElIia
Mice to Contractors,
QEALED TENDERS WILL RE RE-
n ceived by tho Hon. Chief Commissioner of Landi ami Works up to noon of
v.-'dncMl.iy, liiib.inly, for additions and
alterations lo the Provlnciul Insano Asylum, nt New Westminster,
Eaeh lender must be aotonipanled by
au accepted bank cheque for a sum equal
to flvo percent, of lho amount of the ion-
dor, mndo payable to Ihe Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd Works. Tn tiio
ovent of a contract being lot "tbo chetpio
will lie rctiilned ns part security for the
iliiepDiforui'incei-f (he work.   Tliaoliatitio
will bn returned to unsuccessful enmpc-
Mors, but will bo forfeited by nny bidder
who mny decline to execute fl contractu
called upon to do so.
p'tniH and spec Ideations can be seen and
forms for fender obtained at the oflice nf
Geo. W. (frailf, E^|.,Arehlleet, New Westminster, or nt f.bu otllce of the undersigned,
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily
"**-"*•"* tr. B. aomt,
I Hnrvoyor-CJotK'nil,
id ideas as to   Ltmiis mil works Uopnftraonl,
Vlciorla, B 0., lOtli Juno, 1880.
Hy-tUff
!m TT (UB EK. «E
ESTABLISHED 1812.
Jas. Cunningham
COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, 0. C.
IMI'OKTEri Ol'
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANrjI'-AOTUrtER OF
m&AM SHEET-IRON WARE.
CONTRACTU FOB
Iron Cornice Work, Gas-fitting,
Plumbing, Roofing, Ac
M.8.E., Annual Meeting
THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
of tho Shareholders of the Now West*
minster Houthern Unilwuy Compnny will
bo held nt tliolr ofllces,Niw Westminster,
on Tuesday tho 2nd dayof July, 1880, al :i
o'clock p. m. T. .1. TRAPP.
djolltd Secretary.
Kindergarten School.
MISS DRUMMOND WILL OPEN THE
nbove fo   children from 11 yenrs of
ugo.Juno 10111,188!),
Tbrm8-$8 per month.
Carnarvon Street,  directly opposite the
[■re-hvlerlun   Church,   Now Westminster, B.C. d'oSml
Licensing Board.
A MEETING OF THE LICENSING
Bonrd for lho Cily of New Woslioin-
slor will In IikIiI nt lho City Hnll lit 10
o'clock a. in. on
Thursday, June ST, 1*80,
for tho purpose of henring nml considering tipplicntions for liquor licenses, of
which nil persons Interested will Inke
notico. 1). BOBSON,
Clerk of Board.
City Clerk's Oflleo,
Juno ID, 1880. djoloid
0.1.
UNO SUBVEYOB.
. 0. GAMBLE
Notary Publio.
Woods, Turner & Samlsle
LAND SURVEYOR8,
l| lUBUi ftUsJBl
AND CONVEYANCERS.
■A.CKHI.STTS  FOE
FIRE-.-The Western of Toronto.Tho ^Etna, The City of London, and The Hart*
ford.
LIFE.—The Now York Life Insurance Co.
ACCIDENT-Tlio Travellers'of Hartford
Lnntl Surveying In all Its hranches no*
curntoly nnd promptly carried out.
titty and Bubnrban Landi for Bale-,
Wo can Show a complete list of deslrablo
localities.
Fnrm tug Limits- Improved and unlin-
provoi, throughout tho district.
Mining anil other Stock bought and
sold.
Money to Loan on first mortgage nt
low rates. 	
TELEPHONIC CALIs No. 33.
V. O. Dbawkh W.
WOODS. TURNKU-& 0AMBLK,
Office, Elubd-s Block,  -  Columbia Street
new westminster.
dmbUto j
Fresli Hams.
Fresb. Bacon.
Pure Oanadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
A. DesBRISAY, Cor. Columbia & Blackie Sts.
BUGGIES!
IGGIES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A CAR-LOAD OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring iIcLaughlan
MM MJ m.a- «*sS
--A.Z.SO	
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
t_W The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia,'^)
mpH.     3F5.eidL «Ss Ourrie.
'Toronto' Mowers
Maxwell Mowers
The Little Maxwell
Steel Frame Binders.
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES & RANGES!
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
Intending Buyers should make a note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do.the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
chvuolyl
i ver |
M:.A.OB:iisrEis,^r.
F.G. Strickland & Co.
NEW   "WESTMINSTER,   B.C.
Planet, p*., tiai'den Tools,
bitnn Mowers, &c..&c.
Tiger   Rake.
Sharp's Do.
Maxwell Do.
BRITISH CeUIINA MEAT MIIKFI
Columbia Sli-ccl, Nuw Wcslmiiister.
VAN   VOLKENBURGM   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT rilKVI'YOKS IN <a'M'IUI„    FRESH AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
t*rSpcclal lines quottiil for the shipping trade.   Family orders strictly attended
to.   Hotels will find it tn their interest to place their orders with tho nbovo lirm.
dSsnoly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBACH,
(SUCCESSORS TO W. B. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Bacon, Sausage, Bolognas, Etc.
(lnolyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
Tub Columbian Tristino Establishment has first-oluss fnoiutios far
.11 kinds of Commercial Printing. Bill Heads. Letter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of over-' description, Posters, Dodgers,
Price Lists, Jco.   Prices will lie found ns low as at nny ether offic" where
first-class work is done.
TIIIS ai'ACE BELONGS TO
H. T. READ & CO
HARDWARE MERCHANTS.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
XtOSt__--E_,-3-  _L._t-.-V_r, - • ___Zjf___T__-f3tJ__l_t,.
_-J*L.l>r_r2r-_.0?ZXTB2-T_B   OI1
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY j
A<;ltl( I I.TIHII. & ALL KINDS OF iil.U'lilNEItY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DOUE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.—All orctora from the upper country promptly attended to.
ilwuolmU
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, New Westminster.
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS & all kinds of Woolen Goods j
KEADY-MADE CLOTHING.
5**"T The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manu- 1
factures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home -J
Industry. dnil*30tc
Douglas & Deighton,
IMMSTKIIS AND IMPIWEES OF
HARNESS SADDLES and BR1DL
*WHIPS,
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, B. C.
SEND IN YOUR ORDEIIS.   ALL WORK OP THK BUST MATERIAL AND
WORKMANSHIP,   PRICES LOW.
noldwly
EOYAL CITY
I Ills Company-, Li.
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
'!A>iUFA(rrt.'UF.r.S AND DKALF.RS in
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, fSET FLOATS, TRAYS,
akd .a.x,x, -BZiisrr>B os-
WOOd Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames,   Windows,
Itlouldtnirs. Balusters.
Blinds. Brackets,
Italltnjrs, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolMffly
^*   • • •        " _f*y  ^ji^_ VQMJME VI.-NO. 118,
■IaILY BBUOIflH UOL'UMUIAN, NEW WEWn*B*l)E&, U 0., SVW. ii, lm.
OLD-STYLE FISHING.
I M.  Quad   Yearns for tbo* Jolly
Days of Boyhood.
The Glorious Timo Preceding the Intro*
duclinn of PatontKods, Reels uud nooks
—When "Coin* a-FIshlng" Meant
Moro Than It Does To-day,
If I woro a boy GRniu I'd ro n-fishing,
writos M. Quad in tlio Detroit Free Press.
When a man goes a-flatiing it's all solid business uud no romance. Ho makes his calculations days ahead, figures on just bow
many minutes ho can spare, and every nib-
bib is reckoned at so much money. Ho is
always out of pocltot, nnd always comes
homo mad, not to try it again for a
Wholo yoar. With a boy it is ad-
venturo and romance. Ho has nothing to
loso and ovory thing to gain. Ho has all
tho timo tlicro is, and if ho doesn't catch all
tho fish in .Roaring rivor it is not his fault.
I can romembor aU about it. In thoso
'way-back days a real fish-hook was por-
sonnl property, somothin** to carry to school
tied up in a rag and exhibited only to tho
r largo boys—boys old enough to npprcciato
It. At homo it was hidden away under tho
bureau, and its prcsouco waa Itcpt a sacred
socrot.   Most any sort of a string would do
for a flah-llno, nnd tho old hunter who onco
gavo mo two bullots for sinkers is roiuom-
(bored with deepest gratitude to this' day.
i. When hookand lino and sinkers woro wound
i upou a maplo chip and tucked away to wait
for tho fishing season, it was n red-letter
.day. I would havo takon a dozen of tho
worst lickings a boy could receivo rather
than i**ivo up tho treasuro, and, had a
stranger como along andofforcd to trado ino
ji homo for lho outfit, I should hnvo promptly refused his offer.
When wo wont to fish in a crook, which
was as much as two feet deep in spots, and
Which a boy could hardly jump across in
places, it was a mighty river to me, besido
which tho discoveries ofHendrick Hudson
md Do Soto woro bantam chickens. Thoro
•wore whales in thoro, and our only fear was
that ono of them would nab our angle-worm
and break tho hook. Thoro woro sharks
which might soizo us if wo wadod over a
l'ifOeanklodcep, andwobad heard of tho
devil-fish which lurks undor tho flood-wood
waiting for a borofootcd boy to como along
with Ida dinnor. Truo, wo nover encountered any of theso monsters of tbo
deep, and that was tho reason why wo got
safely back homo, and why mother heaved
ii great sigh of satisfaction and aaid:
So you are homo I Well, I never, novor
expected to soo you againl"
A boy's way of flahing ia tho beat way
lover invented. Thoy may bring out tholr
laticy rods, reels, files and patent hooks,
[ijnit tho boy who sticks to tho homo-mado
iflsh-pole, tho old-fashioned hook and tho
[twino fish lino rubbed down with beeswax
fisn't going to bo left very far behind.
Tho flrst we used to pull out—yum 1 Now-
days thoao you don't catch aro tho largest.
■V quarter of a century ago things wero
Jifferent. Of course, wo had somo big
bites-awful bltos—regular old monsters,
1 ut wo didn't lio about the sieo of tho biters.
o novor put ono down at ovor a hundred
unds, though wo could havo doubled tho
ivcight and found roady bollovcra. In thoso
laya nobody over flahed without spitting
n his bait. If ho wanted to catch an awful
ig fish ho spit twice, Thero woro times
wlion spitting on tho bait didn't bring a
ilto, but no boy ovor got discouraged
ivor that. Ho hadn't given just tho right
.nicker to his mouth, or bis book didn't
mug right, or tho sky was too bright or too
•loudy.
In theso dogenorato days a man will sit
■n a wharf or a log and bob and jaw, and
job somo moro and growl, and haul up his
lino and blast overy body's oyos, becauso
lo hasn't caught a pickerel oighty-fivo
iBt long. Tno old-fashioned boy would
ramp throo milos up and down tho strenm,
md ucvor a word of complaint ovor tho
iibsont nibbles. If ho got a dozen horned-
rtuco, us long na a man's) finger, it was a
riumph to last for threo months. Just
Jhink of a patent bobber—a Solf-acting ono,
,t thntr-and comparo it with tho cork wo
ised to steal from tho molasses jug! And
vhnt aro theso patent sinkers compared
._ n couplo of eight-penny nails or an old
loor-kcy which sunk our hooks 1 Thoy aro
loing their best to rcduco it to a businesa,
Ind to destroy all tho romanco and nntici-
antion- and I for ono don't'-liko it a bit. In
,ho way-back timo a flaking excursion waa
let down for a month ahead, and It depend-
ill on how well wo got along with the po-
itoca and corn. Wo got our outfit
•eady a fortnight nhoad of timo.
jVo bunted out tbo boat spots for
lab-worms, planned ovory detail over and
|wcr again, and dreamed of creeks
ind flah and fiBh-hooks right along ovory
light. Tho day seemed nevor-ending, but
t-hcu wo could say" To-morrow 1" wo dug
lait enough to catch overy thing in Lako
jrio, gavo our poles and linos n last looking
>vcr and wont lo bed an hour earlier so as
hurry tho night along. Hurry? It waa
,ho longest night of tbo yearl Wo went
ivcr tho ground a dozen times, planned
ivory thing anow, and got up a scoro of
lines to seo if tho weather was likely to
ihango and bring a bad day. Wo tumbled
ind tossed, napped and talked, nud whon
:ho old clock down-stairs struck tho hour of
tour wo slid out of bed and out of tho houso
,. find tho morning purple staring us in tho
'ace. Tho fish woro waiting for us, and wo
juldn't keep our paco down to a walk, and
wo Ukowtao baited our hooks as wo ran.
Fishing I Woll, tbo boy of to-dny doesn't
realize tho meaning of tho term I Ho may
catch his score of basa or his dozon of pickerel, but ho nover fools tho tinglo along tlio
nerves which camo to tho old-faohioned
boy ns ho folt a six-inch shtuor take tho
hook and turned with a palo faco to wldspor:
"Every body look out, for I'vo got ono
|>his time, sure 1"
Sk-uIUbrii-m of tho Sexes.
In Europo there is a greater excess of
women In tho north than in tho statos of
niiddlo Europo and tho oast, lu somo of
wliich tbo women aro In tlio minority.
Through Europo as a wholo, tho number of
women is vory definitely In excess of that
of tho mon, and tho excess appears to bo
incrcuaing. It was vory grom urim- iho
Napoleonic wars; thon tko numbers gradually tondod toward equality, and nearly
reached it (1847 to 1850,1,000 to 1,000); thon
'thoy diverged again, and stood in 1870,1,037
to 1,000, The phases of incroased difference
aro generally obsovable after wars, aud,
latterly, appear to bo tho result partly of
tbo enormous emigration which has takon
placo to othor quarters of tho earth. In
America, as a wholo, and in Australia and
Africa, on tho othor hand, whlthor this
emigration with its preponderance of males
Is tending, the .men are in excess, and the
excess is increasing with the constant ar*
rival of now parties of emigrants. Novor*
tholoao, a near approach to equality prevails
ovor tho earth as a whole, and this whether
wo regard tho white, black or red races, or
their mixtures.
Aa ArtUUo Watch-DInl-
Tho changes whleh tho flight of timo
brings upon humanity afford an Inoxhausti-
| bletubjact for the poet and tho artist. Asa
i notable specimen ot -ratblumaUo work of a
vory appropriate and felicitous kind, a
wateh-dial now in process of construction
at Waltham, Mass., is described by tho
American Jeweler. It contains, instead of
tho usual numerals, twelve small but dls*
tinct silhouette figures, beginning with a
woman with a very young child in hor arms.
At ono o'elook tho lady and hor littlo baby
aro clearly depleted, tho infant being in
long clothes, At two o'clock tho samo fig*
. urea appear, but tko child Is a littlo larger.
At threo o'elook mamma Is still thoro, but
tho Infant is in short clothes. At four
o'clock ho again appears, and so on up to
eight o'olock, whon lie goes to school for tlio
first timo. At nino o'clock ho may bo soon
with bis college gown nnd mortar board
and tbo ploasoa smile of tho now elderly but
happy mothor. At ton o'clock tho deathbed
scone Is presented, whoro ho parts with his
beloved mothor. At blovcn o'clock lio is a
middle-aged man, ovor whom tho snows of
many wlntors havo passed. At twolvo
o'elook ho makes his flunl appearance as an
old and decrepit specimen of humanity
It Makes
You Hungry
*' I have used Fame's celery compound and ll
has had a salutar)
effect. It Invigorated tlie system audi
feel like a mw
man. It improve.-
tbe appetite and
facilitates dlges-
yion." j.t.copb*
tACT, Primus, S. C.
Spring medlclnomeansmorenow-a-daystliaa it
did ten years ago. The wlntcrof 168S-S9 Uaslefl
tlie nerves all fagged out. Tho nerves must be
strengthened, lho blood purlUed, liver and
bowels regulated. Faino's Celery Coropound-
(*i(t Spring medicine vfto«lay-dQCB all this,
03 nothing else can. Piescribed by Physicians,
Recommended by Druggists, Endorsed by Uintstcrs,
Guaranteed by </m Nannfacturm to ba
The Best
Spring Medicine.
"In the spring of 1S8TI was all run down. 1
would get up ln tho morning with so tired a
feeling, and was so weak lhat Icould hardly gel
around. I houghta bottle or Falnc'eCclcry Compound, and before I had taken it a week I felt
■fory much bolter. I can cbccfully recommend
lb to all who need a building upandstrcngthon*
tog medicine," Mra. B. A. Dow, Burlington, v"i
Paine's
Celery Compound
[s a unique tonic and appetizer.- Pleasant to
'he taste, quick in lta action, and without any
Injurious offect, it gives that rugged health
sYhlcli makes everything taste good. It cures
lrspepsia and kindred disorders. Physicians
prescribe it. $1.00. Six lor tB-W. Druggists.
Wells, Uicuardson & Co.,   -  Mohtriat..
OIMOIW DYES _%r&%S,,t_\
WANTED.
I70URORFIVEGOODSTONEMASON8.
T    Apply to ACKERMAN BROS.,
■IJolKto New Westminster.
Notice to Cannerymen
THOS. LEVI'S CAB-FILLINC PROTECTOR
AY BE OBTAINED ON APPLIOA-
tlon to K. I. St-OIILI>.4U A €0.
Any po-son or persons found using them
without llie piilent. stamp will boproso-
culeil. THOS. LEVI.
Now Weal., 2711, Mny, I860.       ilmyKml
M
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH  MILK
Delivered Dally to Customers in.nU parts
of the City.
Hotel.-* nnd Restaurants supplied at Special Hides hy the your.
FRESH ECCS
Delivered ut Market Hates.
Orders loft nt. M. Sinci-aik's will bo
promptly attended to.
WKAVE.lt A -WOODWARD,
<]Jc13yl-*f, ri-oprlolora.
BAZAAR
The Sisters of St, Ann's Convent will
hold a Bazaar of
FANCY & USEFUL ARTICLES
DRILL  SHED
 ON	
June 25,26 & 27.
REFRESHMENTS of all klluls will lio
served, co;nmcue!ng nt noon nn ench
dny. iljolotil
Comeiford & MoSounll
MERCHANT TAILORS,
\\TISII TO INFORM THK PKOPLH of
VV Now Westminster lhat they have
ro-upencd lhe store lately occupied by
Messrs. Woods, Turner A Gamble, and
nro now prepared to execute all orders for
TAILOEING
A flue line of Cloth* juat received,
consisting ol nil the Latest De»
ullllis from European Market!
mr. j. a, McDougall win attend to
tiio cutting, mul is a practical mechanic
ot twelve years.' experience In Iho United
siiiics; nlso two years as foreman for
Messrs, Gregg A Son, of Victoria,
Satisfaction guaranteed,
Columbia Street, Opposite Bank gf Montreal
new westminster.
■--.- djel3mfl	
M.A.McRAE
Merchant 1 niloi*
BEAUTIFUL RaNCIE OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped ami Chock
for spring and summer.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Columbia St.,   ■  Nkw Westminister,
dwmhi-tto
NOW IS YOUR
IMMENSE   BARGAINS
—is—
Suits tt Pants
&
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
Wo aro Boiling lho best of
Rligllsli, Scotch & French Goods
At prices nwny down Ohoapor than
Ever.
Call ami examine and wo nro sntlsileit
that you will buy before you leavo iho
storo,
All work guaranteed.
dmhlyl Si ColunMa llnil*
asroTioB.
DURING MV ABSENCE FROM TDK
city Mi*. Newton A. While will have
charge of my businoss, and lias authority
to colled and discharge ull accounts in
connection therewith, etc.
S.H.WEBB.
Ne'-vWe.stmliister,JimoO",18Sll.    djc0m2
Fam Implements for Sale.
-p-Jlt SALE fJIEAJ'-A NUMBER OF
JP Farm Implements eohHlflliug of
Ploughs, HiuruwH- i-uiidiiil Uuirow,
Mower, Ox-Ynki-i* and Chali.s.
Also- _ Horses,  one span good Work
Horses,  Applk'Uilou dii-i- made to
I,. TIIORNBEH,
Iloiii'bis .Slreet.
Now West., June II). 11-60. dwJollwS
TO ARCHITECTS.
TJIiANS AND SPECIFICATIONS WILL
J. bo recoived by the undersigned for
lhe buildings lo be creeled for tbo provlnciul exhibition on Queen's park, size
nmI class of buildings required ana all
other particulars can bo obtained on
HppllealioilU)
THOS. CUNNINGHAM.
Chairman Park Committeo.
WeslmlnBter$Jiinol7,I8*-0.       djol7te
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
CJAWMIIJ. OWNERS,. LOaUKHS, mill
(*) others nre notllleil thnt onr steel
Tog-boat,
"itbpio,"
Will ho rendy for work iil)0iitlliol4th Inst.,
nnd wo uro prennred to enter Into con-
trnets ror nil kinds of lowing, lightering, An.
EVANS, COLEMAN * EVANS,
tlmyHtc Vancouver, B. C.
[ftEKOV-D FBOH SAAH.OH TO VlQTORIAl
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,
dnillSOlnO VKTORIA, II. 0.
THB WESTMINSTBtt
PoultryYards
JOHN S. OOX, Prop.
Light Ur uli mn a,
Partridge Caohhliii,
.Plymouth Hocks,
, ._..    SvhltcfaueBl'kSpanli-h
While Crested, Black  nnd Golden
Poland 8*
II ouil an*,      Silver-pencil ltd    Hamburg*.
Black, Red nnd Pitt Games.
Toulouse Geeie.     Itouen Ducks,
My Yards are open for Inspection.
dwmhSto
SERKICE_BULL
THE REGIITERED PEDIGREE 1I0L-
STKIN BULL,
Gugertha Prince 5,
Will stand for service tbls season at D,
Mcl*hndeii's Garden, Edinburgh stroot.
Terms reasonable.
Milch Cows for Sale.
Kum: Hino,
Manager.
D. MePHADEN,
Proprietor.
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED ISM.
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Maimfniilurersuf All Kinds of
Bread. Cakes & Biscuits
Coi'lrticlors by Appointtnent  lo Her
Majesty's Royal NavJ, the Dominion Government, fto.
Medal and Diploma awarded at the Colonial and Indian 1'xbibiili.n, ixni-
■ b.ii. IS-iii.
FAOTOHY—Niagara Hi., .lumen Buy.
OFFIOES-57 Fori St., Viotoria, H. C.
dnoSmfl
Port Kells
This Fine TownBite, at tlie I'resb-Water
Junction of the
Southern Railw'y
19 Miles Above West minster,
Has just been Surveyed, and the Lots
are for sale by
WOODS, TURNER & • A.7IBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Of Nkw Wksthinstkr, 11. C.
Tho advantages nml prospects of tliis
Plot for a future thriving Town aro
many.
The Land in tho vicinity ia good.
There arc inexhaustible IRON ORE
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, immediately ndjacont, as well us vast strata of
the finest BUILDING SAND and POTTERY CLAY.
On tho Tnwuflite are a number of valuable MINERAL BVJUNG8..
Communication by laud and wator is
unequalled- by reason of the location of
tho Townsito on the Eraser Rlvor and
the Southern Railway, while tho natural
elevation and lay of the land can uot bo
excelled ns a situation for a lino town.
Tho ground ia open and oloar of heavy
timber.
Tho site has boon selected a* ono of
the most Important statin s on tho
Southern UMlway, and with thn completion of the load, in thu near future,
must, with all ita othor advantages,
Bprtng into prominence at onco.
Those who apply early will havo tho
pick ol tho Lots.
A clear tltlo given with ovory purchase.
Parties wishing Lois con apply an well,
ou the premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
diiiySt. Itaoiiuiroii.
W. 0. LOYE,
Fashionable Soot ii Shoe Mer,
Kenn'rliia Nently  Hone.   Cork Hole
Work a Specialty.
ttTOrders promptly attended lo.
c larks on St., In rem of Colonial Hotel, next to Hand Bins,' office,   duello
DRESSMAKING
At MISS .HIKNIN-'S',
{LATE OP ENCJLAND)
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
■WHallsfactlon guaranteed,     dwfe'to
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUG-ALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
•ar Sa'ls'antlnn KUarofu'einl.       daplHtr
NOTICE,
NOTIOE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
wo have applied lo Ihe Mlnlsterof
tbelmerlorfor a iloonso loctttand carry
nway timber nn and from the following
lnn<f>;-ThoN.\V. quarter or Heetlon [27]
tweiilv-sevoii, tbewchl half of Heetlon [JBj
thlrly-Uilee,   In  Township [2] two; and
Heetlon 1*101 thirty, lb Bloek [.*■) five north,
Ka»g<-ono west; all in New weatmlnster
Dlst< let.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
[Limited |.
PorW. A. DUNCAN.
New West., May 2., 1S80, dmy25m I
VANCOUVER CITY
FoundrysMachineWorks
THE PROPRIETORS OF THESE
works have nuntli plowmrain notifying tbelr friends and the public, that they
are now prepared to receive aud promptly
execute any orders for work In tlielr line
with which tbey may bo favored.
A.MCKELVIE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vnncouvor, B.C., Sth Ma*-;, 1888.
d wmy hili1
Wm. A. Daskwood-Jonss
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOOM
Fruits Septals
ALWAYS ON HANI).
GOODS DELIVERED FREE
dJeSlto
ervioe Bu!
THE THOROUGH-BRED RTOKE-POOIS
JERSEY BULL,
"Governor Moody"
Will stand for service tbls season nt E'rl-
luim Dairy, New Westminster, where the
benutlful net ot Ih in superb animal enn bo
seen and tnspeeicd,
A few calves for sale.   Terms reiisnn-
able.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
RALPH Booth, Proprietor.
Mn linger. dmyS2t<
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANtJI'ACTTIil'ltS  Ol*
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON
■W-A.-R "El.
IVKItST'Jt'.' BLOCK (UP-STAMIS),
Fiiont Stiikkt,       Nkw Wkstminstkh.
having aust opesed in the
above I inr. we respeei fully solicit a
shari' of tlie mule, and trust by careful
altenli'in to unlemanil nioiefaleebarKOS
to merit the sumo. Experienced work*
men; Kitll-ifaelliin t-uaninti'i'd.
l'Mlmnlt---furnished f-.r(iiilv-ini7.i'il iron
Cornice, Roofing, Plumbing, Oiw-flttln-**,
Steam and Hot Water Healing, Ae.
nor Enlrnur.** lo premises on Mary St.,
In rear of Bank of B. C. ilwmhOU1
TO SMOKERS.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
ICIGAR. ASK FOB THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
or.™* MAINLAND.
ftSTThcy aro not only mado of tha
Choicest Tolimrn but tbey nro of
Homo II lUIH fact ure. and should be
patronized by all good eitizons.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HULBUOOK BUILDINO,
COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
ilwl7noly
WM. McCOLL.
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
A WtLl-SElE-TED STOCK OF
DRYGOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE   LOWEST  PRICES,
LUNDBOHM'N BLOCK,
'-oliiiiililn strri'l.       Now '{rslmlnstcr.
 noldffly __
North British ft Mercantile
__' X _b*u -tt.
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Cliplt-ll,    •   $15,000.1100.00
HiiliiiorlliiiilCnpllnll, ns nt Hist Dc,litis,
$W,.-OO.ISH). Elrn l-'iind nnd Ressrve, 10,-
SI'V'.U  Nrt I'reinlniiis, isss, S-,,8I»,II:I0.
OF  LONDON.
1'iipiiiii,    •   so.i:i:i,ooo.oo
RATES   AH    LOW   AH    ANY   OTHER
COMPANIES noiNil BUHINKHA
IN IIHITISHCOHIMIIIA.
T. Or. TJLGlTTTiS
Agent for Kew WcBtmlnator City
and District, dje32to
To €outi*actoi-s& Carpenters
TENDJCIlS WILlj BE RECEIVED BY
the undersign f.* -ip to noon of SATURDAY, t-iiih i ii si., for the illvbiliij,- of
llcrriiig's Opera House into tenements,
nnd other work. Plans and suee I ilea lions
can he seen ut my oilice, Mary Street.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted;
Q. W. GRANT.
New Westminster, Jupo7,I880.     dje7td
TENDERS
TENDERS FOR THE CLEAHIMG OF
n portion of Queen's Park, addressed
lo the undersigned and marked "Tenders
for Park clearing.'- will be received at the
City Engineer'*- olllco, City Hall, up to 4
p. m. wednesdnv, '2i\th lu<it.
Plans nnd speellicatlons may he seen at
lhe olllee of I he City I'nj-lncer.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
(Signed),     THOS. CUNNINGHAM,
Chairman Park Com.
Cily Hall,
Now Wesl.. June 20,188(1. -IJoSOtd
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FAOT THAT
OAItTBE'S
Temple of Music I
I* the Place to Buy Klrst-Class
PIANOS ■*•» ORGANS
At fiiit-b Prices and Terms uh will Suit
Any Reasonablo Buyer,
For prices and terms, apply to CARTER'S TEMPLE OP MUSIC,
Vancouver, It. €■
230 Ha-llngs St. West. dnplOtc
SAASICH MILLS!
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANUl*At'TlJIlEHH  OP
OATMEAL
Ry the Latest Improved Process.
_W ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILLS nt Sorlll MmillrU.
.OFFICE* WAREHOUSEl Victorin.
dmh^OmS
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
Ac..      Ac,     Ar.
LEAVE ORDERS  AND   SETTLE  ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dinyaitc
J. W. WINGER
DBA I, Kit IS
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Stock.
Orders left at the C. P. N, Whaif will be
promptly delivered. dmbitOlo
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
Sis fiie Bete!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
t.
Sfiii
330.3!l'2 CORDOVA STRUCT,,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Importer's and Dealers In
MACHINERY
OV ALL nRKCRITION.-*.
MARINE WoiiTT SPECIALTY.
dwde20le
Canadian Pacific Bailway,
PACIFIC DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MASTERS OF VES*
seN aud other Craft navl-miinc the
Fraser River are cautioned lo keep within
tbe Buoys painted lied and White, re-
Hpeetlvoly,nt the Ml.ssb.ii Bridge, as dnr*
ln^ tbocunslriietion of the Hriitge, navl*
gallon botween the banks of llie River
nml the Buoys Is ttamterons, owing to piles
being driven there.
II. ABBTiTT,
CI'-mjm! Superintendent.
VnnciiUvcr, B. C, 7th May, 1880.   dmySto
-iSTOTIOB.
NOTICE IS HBRhllV GIVEN THAT
_0 days after dale we intend making
application to the Chief Commissioner of
Lnudsniul Works for a lease for limbering purposes of the following described
binds, situated in Saywnrd Dis'rtci, Van*
ennver island:
Commencing nt a slake placed oil Ibe
wes', shore of a small laTto due soul h of
[.nl fi', Mjiywurd Misirlct. about'one mile
from south end of snld hilu'l tnenee wesl
UiOehalus, thence smith-liKii-biiliis, llience
cast ftiO chains, tbence nortb7;l0cbnins,
Ihonee west U80 chains, thenee south UIO
elm Ins, ihcncu east no chains, moro or
less, to the above-mentioned take, Ihenco
meandering nloi'g shore of said lako to
pluce of commencement,—containing about an-tWO acres, more or less.
Royal City Planino Mills Co. 1x1.
.foiiN HrkDHY. Manager.
Now Westminster, Juno 10,188ft
dl) let m
-T1-LT1-
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
mWmM, PROPRIETORS
J.J.WILSON, - MANAGER.
Kales, $1.00 ami $1.50per Hay,
ACCORDING TO ROOJt.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OR MONTH.
*ar Parties supplied with nil hln'ls of
IOE-OitEAM. ilniytiud
Dominion Lands.
Tf Y")U ARE PAYING FOB YOUIt
Pre-emption or for rent of Minim; nr
Utiii'ln:' Laud, or inivlti-* Farm, Minlm-
or any lnnd from thn Dominion Uovein-
tiuml,
DO NOT PAY CASH
lut pay In £
hii'ficillBci'unt.
Rerln can bo obtained tu large nr i-malt
iiunntltles from
ALLOWAY &  CHAMPION
JrlANKiaES,
WINNIPEU,   MANITOBA, *
OH FROM
V\V, DANK OK EtIUTISII COUFMBI.t,
NEW   WESTMINSTER
itwmhflto
KSTABMSHKll 1859.
ROBT DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
-marl) liniiosltG the I'nlonlal Hole),
NKW WESTMINSTER
mllK  1.AKOKSIT  AND   CHOICEST
V   assnrtinoiit of nil ilosorlptlons of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam*
lltee, UeRtaunnis, and Steamboats at tho
LOWE8T POSSIBLE PKIOES.
tOT Hichest Prico paid for Furs and
Deer Hides.
Correspondence Invited. raw-Telepbone
Call No. (I. djnSto
DOUGLAS STREKT
BAKERY
Foot op Douglas Stiieet, Near
Coi-nainiA Street.
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
P
RF.SH   BREAD,   CAKES,  PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc.
Hotol and Rcslnurnnt trade solicited.
All orders  promptlv nltended to and
delivered lo nny part of the city.   dinb28y
B. C, Monumental Works
Cor. Columbia and Chu'.gk Sid.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or Granite of Host Quality.
CORNER    POSTS    AND    CURBING.
N. B.—Just, received—tbe (Inoat assortment of Si-iiti-li 'iriiiillt- lli.iitniirtilN ever
seen n Brli.isl) Columbia, which will he
sold nl prices pnUlngcompolitlonoulof
tin1 question.
dwmba yi ALEX HAMILTON PnOP.
Royal ColuiMan Hospital,
niENDEHS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
1    the iinilerslk'ned until (I o-oloch p. m-
SATDRUAY, ,'!Hh Jinn-, for snm-ivh ■
tbo Ho pltiil frr.m  Ut .Inly. ISS-l, in .lime
Mill, 1SH0, with tbe following articles
BREAD, brown A wbllo.
11KEF. MIT'I TON.
FISH, fresh. MILK,pergnl
COAL, Wetllnclon, screened,
WUOI). pine, live.     TKA.perlb,
COFKEE.perlh.        HICK, per lb.
sr(f.\ll,perlb. HiiHiiMs, piT.li'-'.
SOAP, B. C. per lb.   COAL OIL.
OATMHAL, B.C.. nerlh.
BUTTER, per lb., besl In market,
Kli'is, per dnz.
BLA N KETH (4 pt.} while, per pair.
FUNERAU.
OHUOS, detail"!! li«lsof which can be obtained on application nt tbe hospital.
Neither  1h»  lowest  nor   any   tender
m-eessttrlh-accepted,
S:uii]iles of tea, coHiv, rice, soap and
broomh oiitnincd on   upi'ilicuiion io iho
.Steward nt 'he hospltnl.
TwosuiellesofShO each will require ut
accompany eaeh tender.
[Signed], AV. II. KEARY,
Hon. Sic.
Now Weil., Ju. e 1 Jt 1680.        OJclSId
TIME    CARD.
O. 3E>-   SO1. OO.
Tho Flue First-Class
Str. William Irving
will leavo tlio a r. n. Co.'s wiinrt,
BfBB-_r
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. JI.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AND WAY PORTS.
Returning Evory
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When stifllciciit  Inducement   offers she
will proceed to ROPE and on such
occasions will leave her wharf
at-In. m.
Ji HN IRVING, Manager.
T, L. BRIOGS, Anent,
Now Westminster. dap'lto
Time Table!
JjjjE-, THK STKAMKI1
a»W*10BEHT0BNSMUIR
f EAVES WEsTMIVRTKR every Stoli*
|j  daymornlni; al 7 o'clock for Niinal*
mo, via Vancouver, returning Tttwdny,
vln Vnneouvoi',
Leaves Westminster ftvery Wednesday
at 7 a. in. for Nnnaimo direct,-onnectlng
wllb Island railway nud Comox sleamer.
Leaves Nnnaimo for Vancouver on
Thursdays and Fridays and returns samo
days.
Leaves Nniialino ou Saturday al 7 n. i.i.
for Wtstmlnstor dlicel.
For freluhl or passaiio apply mi board,
ortoT. U Hriciuh,C. P. N.wnarf.     dto
Boots and Shoos!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C.,
tU'l'-GR VOR SALE!
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, Ar.
Rice Meal,
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.
"**-?- REMEMBER, my stock- of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwto SI  Col-a.z-a.-bla Street.
C. McDONOUCH,
(LUNBBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STBEET)
GENERAL
ri-E^.Xj'Ese Z2**r
FOR CATTLE FEET).
dmbSCmS
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Ory Goods,  (Groceries,   Boots & Shoes,  Hats & Cops,
Crockery, Gliissware, &v*
M-EJ-W-S     -flu     BOYS'      It! TX £ T? K.
"Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN,  SEEDS,  POTATOES,  LIME nnd   GENERAL STORES.
S. II.—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission.   oauOrdera
from the Interior prommly atlendt-d to. dwjeSte
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAND & INVESTMENT iflENCT, Ld.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, • IS Serjeants Inn Fleet St. -LONDON, ENG.
The liuflinoBu of ALLSOl- k MASON has been merged in the abovo Company
and will he carried on by the Company from thi» date an a general Land In vestment
ami Insurance Ageniy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates. Town Lota and Farming
Limits fur Sale on easy terms.
Victoria B. 0., Mny Win, 1887. dwJe7W
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"t'-LsloptaissowcUM-ptodtt-illdr-nth-t I OHtoris, enrca Cite, CoMtlpstlori,
known to me."      IL A, AacOBB,M.D,, I ^gestlon
IU Bo. Oxford SI, Brooklyn, N.Y.   I Without injurious medication.
The CtaiTAim Company, 77 Murray Street, N. V.
TO CONTRACTORS
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE UK
ceived by tho Honourable t'lilel Com*
mlBBioner or Lands and Works, up to
noon of Wednesday. 10th July noxl frotn
persons experienced in well drilling who
may be destrouaof umlcrlnklii|*i-imti-.it-r-<
frnm the Government for sinking one or
more experimental Arteslnn Wells In
Y«le District, B C, wl'h a view io deter-
mining tholr value for purposes of Irrigation.
Proposal*, rnuRt stnte clearly all conditions ami terms, stale the kind of apparatus proposed '*> bo uncd, and a\ve the
name of iwo i-.spoimible residents of ihe
Province wlih are willing t<> enter into ii
bond insecure the fnllhful enrryingout of
nuv contract whb-b may be entered Into
sueh Information ns mny bo in possession of the Lands and Works Department
will be furnished on application to parlies
iirii|>o-*in'*tocnntrnct.
W. ft.  QORK,
Kurv' yor-Ociioral.
Lands A Works Deparlment,
Victoria, lJ.C.,I0th June, 18811.   dJolTId
HACK, tlVERY, STAGE,
Feed I Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PRE-
PAUKUTUTUKN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Rpoelal Low Ratea.
Sriyiiijr ui All Gn!i of ..w_i
Done at Shortest Notice.
Dry Cowlwoofl delivered to nny part of
tho City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention. , .,„„,.«.
•JflrStablOS nearly opposite C.P.R.Depot, ColumblaSt,, NowWostmlnster.
djallie      QILLEY BROS, rnora.
Feed.LiveryiSale
NTABI.E8,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
PEOPHIUTOB.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HOBflEK
for Hire.   Hacks call ul. alt Steamer**
and Trains.   Special atlentlon given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL UNO WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orilors may be led at the Oflice nf Mathers A Milligan,Commission Mi'i-ehaiils,
Front Streo'-, New West. dso21to
ISTOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEBEBY GIVEN THAT
I hnve applied to the Honourable
m Inistcr or the Interior for n Ilcenso loeut
timber on the following described Dominion lnnds in New Westminstor District,
British Columbia, according io the Provincial Government survey:
South-ens! ', Section 23, south-east \i
Section 26, north half nnd south-west %
Section 1*1, In Township':'), and Sections
2D and SO, in Township SO.
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
New West.,7th March, 1880, dJeBml
IMPERIAL
nil INSURANCE CGMP'r.
I Old Hkoad St. and 10 Pall Mau*.
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSKS& OTHER
Building-*, CuotU, Wares, Merchan*
disc, Manufacturing and Farming Stock(
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes nf such Vessels; also, Ships In tM
ina and repairing, Barges and other Ven
sola on navigable rivers ami canals, and
Gooda on bonrii such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland ami in Foreign
Countries,
FKOM LOSS OR DAMAQK BY F1HK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 BTG.
RateB of Premium and every information can he obtained on application t >
W. J. AKMSTB0N6,
Agent fo; New Weitminster
To k Francisco, CaL,
DVWAYOF THE
LIHB.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
JUIOKBRIN TIME THAN ANYOTHEII
ROUTB BETWEEN
Sew Westminster &_San teisco.
GRAHO SCENIC ROUTE OF TKE PACIFIO COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Second-Class Pas*
sengers, attached to Express Trains.
Faro from Portland to Sacramento und
San l.'ianclseo—Unlimited, |2G; First-
class (Limited), $20; Second-class (Li*
mltodi.JHS.
TIIUUUQH TICKETS to nil points South
nnd l-'usl, vln California.
TICKET OFFICKS!
Citv Ofpick, No. 134 Cor. First A Aldei i
Strceis;
Depot On-im. for. r A Front Street*;
Portland, Oregon.
R. KOEHLER,       \_,V. UOUEHS,
Mnnngor.       Assl.tA F. A P. »\\\
i -   i ii-jriM DAILY BBHCISB COLUMBIAN, NEW WEBIMIUaaJEE, B. Q„ JUNE 24, iSSO.
VOLUME VI.-NO. US.
gmlg §ritish Qlolnnibian
Hlouda-r Eve>lBg, June 24. IftKO.
ADVEflTISINO RATES FOR THE DAILY.
Transient Advcrlltcmenti.-Flrstluser-
tlun, 10els. per line solid nonpareil; eaoh
-juiiMMpient consecutive luBortlon.Uela, per
line. Advertisements not Inserted every
day—flrst Insertion, 10 cts. per line; suhse-
nur-itt Insertions, 5 els, per line.
->fu tiding Ailvcrllseiiienls.-1'rf.fessloii-
al or UusineSH Cards-?.! per month. Spe*
elul rales for'Kcneral trado adverllshi-:,
aecoi'dlng to space ocoupled and duration
ofeontract. ,   ,
Auction Sales, when displayed,charged
■« i.er oent. less tlian tnuislciit advts, If
solid, charged at regular transient rates.
HiH-clttl Kullces nmong reading mattor,
■2ii els. per line each insertion. Specials
inserted by the month at reduced rales.
HI**ths,Man'Iagesand Deaths,|l for each
Insertion; Funeral Notices In connection
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THISDAY.
Wanted Kale Small
Wanted to Rent, P. 0. Box 20
Cane Lost .Dr. MaoLean
Application P. 0. Bilodeati
Building Society W- J. Walker
BIRTH.
KELLY.—At West nil aster Jmietion, on
Fridav the 21st Just., the wifo of It.lt.
Kelly.ofason.
Strawberries and Cream at tho
"Olub." *
Tlio Btr, Rainbow left for Nanaimo
this mornim**.
AU the fashionable iced beverages, at
tho "Hub," next tho "Queen's."   *
Russell's Restaurant, opposito tbo
American Hotol, open day and
night. aShnS*
The Sapperton public school examination will take place to-morrow nfter*
noon.
The St. Anns Convent bazaar which
will bu hold at tha drill shed, begins
to-morrow.
The Uth drawing of tho WestminBter buildim* society takes plaeo on
Saturday night.
200 lots on the Thome road, from
9G5 upwards at $10 per month.-W.
Reidt, Front street.- *
To Building Socioty members six
weeks in arrears: What's tho niatter
with the fine notice 1 *
The str. Gladys left for Chilliwack
this morning on tho first trip under
her new ownership.
Soo our cheap lino of Ladies' 4 buttoned Kid Glovos, blue!; and colored—
only CO eta. per pair, ior cash—at Jat*.
Ellard .-ft Co's. *to
Chief of police Pearce arrested two
young men to-day for fast driving,
and cruelty to a horao hired from tlio
Transfer Btables.
Several bridges oil tlm Vul-i road,
between Aldergrnvo and SuinaB, nro in
a dangerous condition and should io
rep.iu*od without delay.
Look out for the groat salo of lots in
tlio town of Seattle, at Iho Mission
Bridge, on Juno 15th next. For particulars, apply to Wm. Reidt.        *
The stoiinahip Idaho, arrived from
Victoria yesterday afternoon bringing
25 tons of merchandise. After discharging aim cleared for Nanaimo.
The annual examination of candidates for certificates to loach in tho
public schools, wilt commence in tho
legislative hall, Victoria, on July Sth,
nml iu tho public school building,
Kamloops, on tho same day.
Jamo3 Ward, an old pioneer, living
i in a cottago on Cool; atreet, nenr Ben*
enn Hill, Victoria, was found dead in
his bed on Friday morning lust. Ho
was au Englishman and 72 years of age.
It i3 said thit hu loft his fortune to a
young lady in Victorth.
A correspondent writes tho Victoria
2'iiitti- consuring tlio parties who havo
given tho junction at the Mission
tho naniool "Now Seattlo, B. 0," Ho
characterizes it as a confusion of names,
a delusion and a deception. We agree
with tho Times correspondent that it is
at least jbjectiohabla,
Gas ia one of thoao tilings that, if wn
havo it, we have tn have to havo it,
don't you sec A part of laat evening
tho gai on the street and elsewhere
was decidedly weary. This sort of
thing happensuccnsionally- and we aro
suro that tho obliging gas mtjn will
remedy it if they can.
Haying has commenced on tho Delta
and throughout Surrey municipality.
Especially iu Surrey, tho crop is heavy
and fully up to tho avorngo. Mr.
Shannon, of Clover Valloy says tho
timothy omp in that locality will nver-
ngo 4 toni lo tho acre, in somo parts
it will run moro thm this.
Everybody ahould pay their taxes
this wool;, and thus take ndvantsgoof
the 25 ner cent, discount ou tho city
tax. Saturday is positively tho last
day that the discount will bo givon,
nnd as there will likely be a rush on
that day—-perhaps mora than can bo
attended to—thoao who aro wine will
call at tho city hall oarly in  the week.
Onooftlio happiest men in Vancouver io*day is W. D. McDonald,
contractor, who has just recovered
from a severe illness, which resulted
In a partial blindness. Ho had an operation performed on his eyea by Dm.
Bell-Irvint; and Johnston, through
whoso groat skill his eyesight is almost
as porfeot sa it was a quarter of n century ago.— World.
The work of bating fnr coal on tho
Greer properly writ) slopped, owing to
a dispute between S.Greer and tho
0. P. H, Co. While tho men wero
digging Miu holo, an imroemer.t waa
submitted to Mr. Abbott, which ho ro-
fuaod to rocognfco, Groer also refused
to Interview Mr. Abbott, and subsequently onrerod tho mon up in tho
holo. Work is abandoned for tho
present. Tho expert left to talto out
legal proceedings. Greer positively
refuses to budgo. — World.
Attention is directed to tho great
auction salo of blooded and graded
stock lixod to como off tit Ontario farm,
Langley Prairio, on 28th Juno, full
particular.) of which will appear in
next WuEjaY Columbian. Tho
Messrs, Inn pa nro favorably known aa
being good judgi-a of horses and cattle,
and tho salo in qiicntion will givo an
opportunity seldom offered of acquiring good stock. Ht!) ncres of tho host
prairio land tn tho province will ho
offered fur nnln by auction tit tho samo
timnnnd place, Mr. T. J. Trapp will
conduct tho sale, id*
Children Cryfor Pitchor'sCastoria
('Inning Examination.
Tho closing examination of the central public school tako place as follows:
Wednesday, 20tli,—Mias Homer's
division, 9:30 to 10:30; Miss Davidson's division, 10:30 to'12; Miss
Rogers, 1:30 to 3,
Thursday, 27th: —Miss Dockrill's
division, 9:30 to 10:30; Mr. Coatham's
division, 10:4.5 to 12; Mr. Dockrill's
division, 1:30 to 3.
Parents and all others interested in
education aro invited to bo present,
and it is only fair to tho teachers that
a largo number should attend and soo
for themselves tho work that has been
accomplished during the past terni.
Mr. W. Froam, F.G.S., associate of
tho surveyors' institution, in an article
contributed to tho Canadian Gazette,
has tho following: Wo spent a day at
Banff, and visited tho anthracite coal
mine, which at uo distant day will
form ono of tho staple industries of
the country. Tho company ia now
shipping over 100 tons a day of excellent anthracite coal to San Francisco
u£a Port Moody. Gentlemen in Vancouver who havo been using tho coal
speak in tho highest tonus of its qualities. I do not think it extravagant to
venture tho prediction that at no remote period iho output from theso
mines will roach 1,000 tons a day. Tho
proprietors of the mine now find it impossible to till tho constantly nicreas-
itit-* domand in San Francisco for their
coal.
Very Unfair.
The Guardian of tho 22nd inat. contains a paragraph, headed "The Old
Gamo," accusing tho Hon. John Kob-
son of making improvements on Surrey
roads on a more oxtonsivo scdo than
usual this year in order to gain votes
at tho next provincial election. These
improvements wero absolutely necessary and the government was bound to
mako them and would havo done tho
samo woro lho elections threo years
hence. Tho only diilL'*once tho government has made thia year is in the
dato of tho commencement of work,
whioh is nearly two months earlier
than usual. The Columbian has always urged that road-making should
be done early in thu season, aud tho
Surrey council particularly requested
tho government in tho same strain,
and on this request action was taken
as desired. Under the circumstances
tho insinuations of tho Guardian aro
very unfair, and show a lack of willingness to impartially interpret the government's action in this instance.
(iiind Score*!.
Tho Rifle match at Brownsville on
Saturday resulted in a victory for Vancouver, though the odd* were considerably in favor of that club as ovory man
used a Martin while many of the
Westminster men used old Bnidora.
Following are tho scores :
WESTMINSTER.
200 501) 00J T't'l
J 0 Chamberlain, 25 23 15. 02
UUt-imnibertahi. 29 ill 21 77
Proud, 27      23       1,1      OS
T.TTrtipp, .    28       28      2-1       HI
.1H Fraser, 28     is     it)     08
Lieut Cotton, 31 27 2*1 83
Win  McColl, 27 23 28 T2
'•.■o Turnbull, 2fi 2.1 25 "I
W Wolfenden, 28 20 IS 04
013
VANCOUVER.
COO      £00 COO
,r li Ktewart,              28      84 20 80
\V II Forrest,             R0      28 27 Si
P A! Grant,                 32      21 27 88
Ur IVll-Irvin-,',            28       22 29 79
WColl US,                   20       '25 25 70
fi M McLean,             B0      20 1!) 75
II Allmchleshy,         211       24 18 71
HI. Morrow,                28       22 18 OS
1) McKay,                   27       10 20 «6
  083
The Cricket Hatch.
Tho final ending of tho Cricket
match on Saturday aftornoon waa a
surprise to everyone. Whon Westminster went iu for the first innings
and the stumps fell one nfter another
and tho best batters on the team woro
sent back without scoring, it certainly
looked as if tho royal oity was going
to bo most terribly beaten, but Rov
P. Wood-, Coulthard and Dockrill
finally mado a -stand and saved the
day. Dockrill made a pretty score of
33 runs. When the last man waa put
out the score stood 99 runs against
Vancouvera 153 runa. Tho visitors
then wont in for their aecond inning--,
but went completely to peices beforo
the bowling of Rev. P. Woods and
Miles. Rev. Mi*. Clinton and Nelson
were absent and did not turn up till
the side was out for a total of 19 runs.
Westminster had to make 74 runs in
40 minutes to win tho match, nud
went in determined to do their boat.
Every mau batted freely, und when
time was called only 18 runs were required, and four wickets to tho good
remained. Another 15 minutes would
havo given the victory to Westminster.   Following is the score:
VAKCODVBR—riRST INKIKOS.
Campbell, b Miles  .1
Clinton. bUllt-8  o
Ni'vii-.'.'i.iii, li Miles    0
Coleman,o Miles, bUoviiL 13
X"l-.on, b Woods  ',2
Morgan, b Bovlll -  2
(ii-fi-n, b Miles  27
Williams.0 At-mi*'-r<iJi--,bMilea    1
Johnson, b Milos  0
Loutlt, not out  12
Wright, 0 Dookrltl, b Woodi-  -1
Extras oh
second m NINQS.
Caiutibell.c Raymond b Woods   -t
Louut-o Raymond, i> Woods  2
Jobnson.b Mile-,  u
"•'i-'.'Lil'Io'i, li Ml lei*  f)
Moi-i-nn,cUltr.nl.b Miles  1
i 'oleiiiiin, h Wooilt  3
William-., b Woo-In  a
Wright, c nub. b Milos  r
(in en, not nut  2
Clinton, absont  0
Nelson, absent  0
Extras....  2
Total ia
iwy WBSTirxjssTKn—fuist innings.
BovllljO Newlneloti.bl'Otilit    1
Townley,!, Loultl    0
HanilKi-. e Coleman, bI,onllt    11
Woods, ii (lien  jf,
('o'lltbnr-l.c WilllauiM.b Hehnn  ID
Doulcrlll-1) Campbell ai
Raymond. 0 Green, b l-nntlt   n
Miles, b C;iiii*i!-el)    ;|
aiiTord, b lioutli  •_•
Vidal, not- out-    8
Armstrong, h Loutlt   r,
Extras 10
Total 99
8SC0ND INNINGS.
Woods, b Campbell    0
t'oiiltiiiinl,b Loutlt   0
Miles,!) Campbell ]n
Uoclirlll, e Ollnton, I- Campbell    8
B0Vlll,C Wright-bCampboll  ])
Raymond, b Wri-jbt  7
Townley, b Wrlf-lu    0
Olliiml.notnut   7
Vidal, not out    I
Ann!i!roii*r, to bat —
Hamber, lo bal —
Extras 12
Total m
Misa Elizabeth Milcholl, daughter
of Alexander Mftoholl, produco merchant, of Montreal, 1ms begun the
practice of medicine. Miss Mitchell
is the first lady who has practiced tho
profession of modicino in Lower Canada,
VICTORIA NEWS.
Sad (use of Suicide In 11 Urollicl.-llev-,
Mr. Starr Spenl.11 on llie Seii-uitloiinl
Suicide and Is Applauded b*r lib- Con*
arcgntlon.--Hr. .1, S. riuiv it I'lcclcd
liraiid Master.
Special lo tho Columbian,
ViOTOlUA, Juno 24.---Edna Farns-
worth, n member of thu demimonde in this city, committed sui-
cido at 4 o'clock Sunday morning by
blowing her brains out with a pistol.
Tlio girl was only 19 yeara of age, and
was one uf the best looking of hor
class in the city. Sho was tall, of a
good figure and goldon haired. She
lived at 14 Broughton streot with hor
sister, who is known as Delia Wont-
worth. According to .the stories current yesterday, Edna waa rather intimate with a well known English
blood, who has been flying high around
the city for some months, Ho told
Edna ho was going to bco tho prize
fight on Sunday morning, botween
Tom Cleary and Clem Austin. She
begged him not to go aa ho would bo
arrested. He, however, insisted on
going. At this sho reproached him
with uot caring for her any more. Ho
admitted tho soft impeachment using
some very unkind remarks. Tho girl,
who seemed vory despondent over tho
affair, aaid if ho Wont ho would nover
soo her again. He and some othors
iu the house then wont out into tho
garden with tho intention of getting a
hack. When they departed, tho unfortunate girl sont ft bullet from n 32
calibre revolver crashing into her
brain. Sho only lived a few minutes.
An iuquest will bo bold thia morning
at 10:30.
Tho coroner's inquest into lho cause
of tho death of Edna Farnswoith waa
held thia morning at tho city hall. Tho
jury visited the house, H Broughton
Bt., whero tho tragedy occurred aud
viewed the body of tho deceased. The
body was lying on a bed with a bullet
wound in tho right temple. Tlio mat
on tho floor was thickly coated with
blood. The girl's nock aud tho aido
of her head were also matted with congealed blood. Dr. Milno was tho
first witness called and testified to
being called to aco her ubout half past
four Sunday morning. Found hor
lying on tho lloor, feet towards tho
window; bullet wound in right temple,
about 2 inches back from tho eyebrow;
was still breathing, but died in 20
minutes; found pistol on floor (pistol
produced), 32 calibre, doublo action,
Smith & Wesson; ono chamber d.-*-
cliarged. Dr. J. S. Helmcken gave
similar evidence, and said ho had attended tho girl before ond considered
her of 1111 excitable disposition, and
linblo to commit auicido on mere provocation. John Croft was next called
und said: He was in tlio bouse on Sunday morning; deceased and myself
wore talking together in tho dining
room, a hackman came to inn and
asked if I wanted him; want out
through tbo back entrance; this was
nearly 4 o'clock in the morning; on tho
sidewalk heard wbat 1 supposed to bo
a shot tired; iho hackman also heard
it and both of us ran to the front door
of tho house; wo jvoro met by ono of
tho girla who said "My God, Edna has
shot herself." Found hor lying on
her back on tho floor, still breathing;
then ran for Dr. Milne; the hackman
and ho then went back to the houae
and Dr. Milno soon came;' Dr.
Helmcken camo soon afterwards;
believe backman and I were the only
men in tho house; when hoard the shot
wus about thu corner of Broughton
and Broad streets; was talking to her
about 10 minutes before 1 left tho
house; she appeared to be in good
humor; know no cause for liericommjt-
ting tho deed, Thero was no trouble
at ail betweon us; did not think the
girl thought sufficient of mo to commit
tho deed because I loft tho house.
Thos. Hatton, tbe hackman, gave
substantially the same evidence. Bella
Wontworth testified that they wero all
at lunch when Edna went out; heard the
shot. Ono of the girls wont and found
Edna lying on the floor with a wound in
her head; fainted when she came to know
Edna was dead. Two other inmates ^ of
tho house were examined but nothing
new waa elicited. Officer Thomas testified to going to the houso and finding
tho woman shot.
The verdict returned was tbat the
deceased came to her death by her own
hand by shooting herself with a pistol.
An extraordinary scene occurred in
Rev. Mr. Starr's church Inst evening.
Tho rev gentleman ia preaching a
ooriea uf local sermons. During thu
course of hia remarks ho referred lo
the suicide of a young woman on Sunday morning. Ho aaid he supposed
tho press would publish tho particulars of thu tragic affair. If they published tho name of tho girl, they
should also publish ihe names of the
young men connected with the affair.
Newspapers should not, because of any
high connections these men might
have, suppress their identity. At
this tho congregation applauded the
minister by clapping their hands, etc.
This set your correspondent wondering,
if tho names wero injudiciously used
by the newspapers before tho caso came
into the court--, and libel suits followed,
and owing to tho newspapera not being
ablo to produce evidence sufficient to
oonvitico tho jury, 11 verdict was given
f r plaintiff, bow much of tho damages
and costa would those -ipplauders pay.
Vicc-Admiral Grant sailed on tho
Mexico for 'Frisco yesterday.
• Tho Dunsmuir and Crocker party
left for Comox, via Nanaimo, by
special train yestorday. At Nanaimo
t hey embarked 011 tho Princess Louiao.
It is said tliat tho tour is for tho consideration of extending the Island
Railway to tho Union mines. Thoy
return Tuesday evening.
Thu Manoiiio grand lodgo adjourned
thia aftornoon. Mr. J. S. Oluto ia
elected grand master fur the ensuing
year. _
Sale or Hit- TrcudvrcII.
The Alaska Milling and Mining
Company, which owiib u controlling interest fn tho Troadwoll mine, has, we
understand, beon sold iu London, The
prico is said to have been §10 a share
and also a sum in cash to ropay in part
tho coat of improvements. Mr. D. O,
Mills, of New York, who holds abont
a one-third interest in lho property,
will retain hia interest in the company.
Ab tho company bas 100,000 shares the
basts of selling prices is something over
Si,000,000.—Engineering and Mining
Journal.
*.■*-->	
An Imperial (Inrrlson,
Tho report circulated aome timo ago
that a c-mipany of Royal engineers
would loavo the Old Country for Esquimau, is to a certain extent confirmed by instructions, which it ia understood havo been received to mako the
barracks built for O Battery ready for
occupation. Tho lirst detachment, it
is aaid, will numbor nbout 70, vvhich
will be augmented from timo to time,
till tho garriaou ia eventually as large
us the ouo at Halifax, Tho engineers
on their arrival will bs employed raising fortifioationi.—Times,
PERSONAL.
W. H. Ladner M. P. P., and Miss
Ladner were in the city to-day.
Mrs. Stephens of victoria, who has
been a guest of Mrs. McKenzie for the
paat ten days, left by the str. Rithet
this afternoon for homo.
Wm. Fisbor, of Victoria, father of
Mr. 1. B. Fisher of tho Bank of British Columbia, who has been staying at
the Queens for a few days, left by the
noon train to*day for Yale.
Xr*v (liiurlz ledge.
Mr. A. Shaw, ticket agent of the
E. it N. depot, who lately returned
from a pniapoctiug trip to tho sourco
of Englishman's river and thence
across the divide to tho head waters
of tho Nanaimo river, brought back
some specimens of quartz that will
in all probability assay out richly.
Tho ledges are situated about 10 miles
from the Nanaimo Lako in a densely
wooded and very rough district, The
ledges were discovered on the bank
of a small atream leading iuto tho
South Fork of Englishmen's rivor and
wuro well defined and about 30 inches
wido. Mr. Shaw travelled in company with threo Indians, and nfter
leaving the Comox road near James
Knight's farm struck aoross tho country for tho South Fork of Englishmen's river which ho followed to its
headwaters and then continued on
ono of tho small tributaries of the
river until within nbout 10 miles of
the Nanaimo Lakes where he located
his claims. Mr. Shaw informed us
that ho had tramped and prospected
through the Cascades and other portions of British Columbia but never
had he experienced such rough country
as during his recent ramble. The
quartz glitters with mineral and
looks remarkably good but what it
contains will only bo revealed by an
assay. Dr. Bredemeyer of Vanoouver
has received a sample. Mr. Show will
also iiBaaf some himsolf,—Courier,
It is understood at Ottawa that preliminary and unofficial correspondence
started somo time ago, will shortly result in the re-opening of negotiations
for the settlement of tho Atlantic fishery question.
Children Cryfor Pitcher5j
:fc*ri;.
PHBS11YTEUIAN CHURCH (ST.
ANDREW'S), corner Carnarvon and
Ulaokwdod Sts. Hev. Thos. Scouler, pastor. .Services at 11 n, m.aiid 7 p. 111.; 81111-
day-achool and Blblo-olass ftt 2,80p.m.j
Prayer-mooting on Thursday evenings at
7.-19.   Seats free; strangers welcome
CAI-KDOIUIA A ST. ANDREW'S
SOi3iETY.-Tho regular meetings ol
this Association are held on the last Tuesday of eaeh month, at 8 o'clock p.m. All
Scotchmen are Invited to attend.-John
Bu i ic, Scc^	
AO. P.-COURT Lord DUFPERIN.
. No. 8SM. The regular moetlngs o(
the above Court arc held at tho Foresters'
Hall, on the first and third Wodncsdny in
each month, at 8 p. m.t-Jiso, McMuiii-iiy,
Senr., P. C. It.
\\J C. T. TJ.-REC.ULAR MEETING
VV . every Wednesday afternoon at 8
o'clock nt tlio W. O. T. u. Headquarters'
Douglas St.   Loyal  I.etrlon lu tbe same
glace every Friday afternoon.—Hits. JAS.
unninoham, President* Miss DeDkok
Secret ary;	
A UNION LODUE Nd, O, A. F.
A A. M.— The regular meetings of this Lodge are held In
tho Mnsonlo Temple on the first
Wednesday In eucb month, nt 7:30 o'clock
p.m. Sojourning brethren nre cordially
invited to attend.—W, C. Coatham, Sec.
BOARD OF TRADE. Board Room,
Oddfellows Brick Block, up-stnlrs
Council meets on tbo first nnd third "Wednesday in each month,at 4p.m. Quarterly
meetings on tbo 22ml of Feb., May , Aug.,
aud Nov., at 7:30 p. in* New members
may be proposed nnd elected at any Quarterly meeting.—h, Rohson, Sec,
VO   JL.*SE3**MT*
FURNISHED   ROOM   TO  LET   TOR
Qcmlcmnn In n private family.  Ad-
dross "\V. M.," (Ills olllco. (1J022IJ1
1867   :-:   1889.
CITY QF VANCOUVER
Dominion Day
IN VANCOUVER,
-ON—
Monday and Tuesday
-THK-
1st and 2nd July
*(.S33£».
Largest Prizes ever Given in
the Province for
FIREMEN'S CONTESTS,
ATHLETIC SPORTS,
Boat Racing,
Sailing & Rowing Matches
CANOE RACES,
Cricket, Baseball & Lacrosse
BICYCLE RACES,
HORSERACES
GRAM! PARADE
Of nil tho Tradon, Professions, Friendly
Societies nnd National Association*- will
commence nt. I) o'clock on tho Ist of July,
at the City Hall, in whicli will also participate rcproBeutntlvcHor Hor Majesty's
Navy, and Army, viui The Sailors and
Marines of H. M. Warships, "C" Battery
R. C.G. A., the Volunteers nnd Militia of
Now Westminster. In this procession
will bo shown thccupabilltiosnml resources of our Province.
Wholesale city Market.
Beef,     por IPOlb-* 8 4 0)@ 4 50
Pork           "            7 fit) 6 HfiO
Mutton       "            8 00 ii 0 00
Pot-does      "            SO® 75
Cabbago     "            600 100
Onions        "            100® 160
Wheat         "            1 60(5* 0 CO
Oats           "            175®
Peas           "            1B0® 2 00
Hay,        por lon    13 00® 15 00
Butler (rolls) per It-  028® 0 85
Cheese,              "     0 11® 0 15
Eggs,      perdoz ,  0 20® 25
Cordwood fret-all) *icr cord  8 00(3 4 00
Apples, per box  80® ISO
Hldt'.s(Bi-,u)per lUOlbs  4 00® 0 00
■   "    (dry)        "          5 00® 0 00
Wool, per lb  0® 10
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment instantly relieves and permanently euros Piles.. Pruritus and all hot and itcbing sores and
eruptions. N. W, agents, fi. S. Curtis
k Co. dmy28yl
Whoa Baby wm sick, we g»ve her CMtoria,
Wlien she wm a Child, ahe cried for Costorl-t,
Whon she became Miss, aho clung to Caatorlt,
When ihi had Children, she ears thom Caatorla
WANTED.
A SEAMSTRESS.  Apnlyto
.vATE RMALL,
Drcssmiikor, Cliuroli St.
WANTEDJTO RENT.
A HOUSE CONTAINING NOT LESS
A than 0 rooms. Apply Box ffli, Post
Offlco. dJcLMIc
CAKE LOST.
DROPPED   THROUGH   SIDEWALK
near corner Columbia and Blackie
Sta. The party who picked it up will confer n favor by returning to Pr. MaoLean,
Agnes Ht.
Juno 24, mi). dJc2U8
Application for License.
NOTICE IS HKREBY GIVUN THAT I
intend to apply to tho Licensing
Board at Its mfxt meeting for a Iloonso to
sell Intoxicating liquors In tiio premises
known ns the "Depot" Hotel, Columbln
street, New Westminster, B. C.
P. u. BILODEAU.
Now West,, June 10,1880. dJeWU
NEW WESTMINSTER
BUiLDINGSOCiETY.
A GENERAL   MEETING WILL  BE
held iu the COURT HOUSE on
Saturday the SSMli June,
AT S P. M.
Poiu-os**—Drawing forthe Eleventh Appropriation of $1,000.
Members In arrears are requested to pay
all dues at tbo Secretary's olllcc, Bank
Buildings, Mary street, before that dat .1 so
as to lessen the Secretary's work on that
evening.
New members will ho admitted to the
Drawing 011 payment of entrance fee, SI,
and four weeks' subscriptions, S2 per
share,
Byorder,     WALTER .l.WALKER,
Beuretnry.
Juno 24th, 1889. dJvtUlO
uriratco.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, NewWestminster. B.C.
ITW-EPIIOHB No. 55.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, EN LAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENtS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London nnd Lancaihlie Fire nnd
British Umpire Life Insurance
Companies.
Kew Westminster Building Society.
Accountant's Office, Diocese of N.W.
Cily Auditors, 1880,1HN7 and XB88,
ADVISE CLIENTS IN  THE BUYING
AHD SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
nnd othor monetary transactions.
Havo several good Investments on their
hooks, and all new corners will do well to
call before doing business elsowhere.
dwUdoly
Chance For Good Boys.
WANTED.    SEVERAL   RELIABLE,
honest boys to pick fruit. Apply nt
iIJolSivl TELTIAM QAHDEKB.
Gr -Evi _B -crL. ~L
S A.L E
■jto-r   t-w*o   •■"-••"rEE-K.s,
Commencing Monday, June 24th
''RAND BALL
.... IMPKIIIA1. Ojitr-i H
tho KvenliiB of Moud.y, the
In the IMPEIIIAI, Oner. House ou
"Bvenlnsi of Moud.r
Flr.t Day of Jnly.
Fireworks and Torchlight
Procession
In tlio Harbor on tho evoning of Jnly the
2nd (Tuesday), In which Hor Majesty's
warships, under the command of Admiral
Hcnongo, will assist, and whioh will bo
tho grandest fontiiro of this celebration,
and tho most brilliant dlsplny ever witnessed on this eons*.
CHEAP EXCURSIONS
Hnvo beon ni ranged for from Victoria,
New WentmlnHler, Nanaimo, Heu ttie, In-
comn. Port Townsend, Portland,and other
Sound ports, aud from all-points or tho
'tMkFor furthor particulars see special
programmM. daajoW
OGLE, CAMPBELL & FREEMAN'S,
The Iicadlug Dry Goods House,
MASONIC BLOCK,       -       NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwtc
SUMMER COATS,
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
Ogle, Campbell ACo!
■
dtc
Next Door bank of Montreal,
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
SHA-Gara xz_r
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
X-a*brad.or XXexxlxx__e,
_t_Zaolsexel, Salt aod.,
^.rnn.o-a.x's TJ*ac. "ESaras,
ji'-.x-nao'u.r's "CJ-ac. Bacon.
**Tlo*ar. "Bra-a. Slioxte,
•TinGHKST PRICES PAID flOR FARM PRODUCE,
aowwiy 8ooullBf Armtstrorig Blook, Columbia »t.
Jas.Ellap&Co
MMrMMLtML,    mMMPMT'MSMM.
For the Next Four Days
THEIR  REMAINING  STOCK OF
PARASOLS
FOE, CASH,
iVt   Oost,   To  Clear.
Jt? "« w> J^^jgrLJ-*Sh,X1-.ii^
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPI'OSITE THE BANK OF  MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, AO.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PKIOES.
A full line of Spectacles & Eyc-Glussv* iu stool, rubber, ailver arc ^.td
fiatnou.   Tho finest Pebbles made, $4 nor pair; all sights suited.
Special attnntion given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having learnt.- .;'C
business tlioroaghly from some of the finest Horologera in England, and siuno than
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a fow of tho best firms on the i-.mt:-
nentof America, is a sufBotent guarantee ol good workmanship. Formerly mtiu-
ger for nearly 8 years of tho well-known finn of Savage k Lyman, Montreal,
(liarues Mo'lerati-, „   ,
Montbkal, Doo., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake—Andw. Robertson, Eacj., Chanin*
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, Bays; "I nover found a Watchmaker who du
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not hero to-day.
dwap!2to
■i of
1 30
D. S. CURTIS-*
AQENTS
LAURANOE'S   SPECTACLES.
Reap
Wholesale and Eetail Druggists |
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAHR'S,    -    Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
Wi&Gi
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
ss i a- xx - a m, jl s s
DRY GOODS
 J_.2fT2Z,—
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON  MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
I
WALKER & SHADWELL.
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