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Array THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
 IH   1'UHJ.HIIEH	
liver- vVciliicsilar & Snlui-tla-,
■ -DT—
t). ROBSON  St. CO.
OFFICE COLUMBIA STKEET. EHTMKOE TO Eoi-
ioiiauhd Business Demhtment thrdooh T. R.
Peumok & Go's. Boon A Stationery Store.
TBRHH-lly Mnll, Id,yoar i $160 for 6mos.,
$1 fm'Jttr,oh. ; jrsyabl, In Ailrnrr:.. Delivoror)
try Orrnlor or Agont, ,1 lior qunrlor, ]niyolrlo
quni-lorly to Onrrlfi- or Agont.
AOENTS
T. N. Hisses & Co. Viotoria.
T. R. PEAR80S & CO • YAIE.
Till**.   PAPER   lorry Ire form.! on llio at
Co. !'. Itoiroll A Co.'
liu fvitisli Columbinn.
Sn In rdn j .lloi-nin--. July ill, 1KKU.
Current Events and Opinions.
British Oolumbia is to tho fore
challenging competition na a field
for the energotic nnd wealthy who
are seeking new homes; nml hundreds aro now on thu way to the
Pacific provinco with ttie intention
of "growing up wjth the country."
Its gold fields, forests aotl .fisheries
nre the source from which wealth is
obtained. Of tlie latter tho San
Francisco Chronicle very recently
said that "the timo is near nt hnnd
-when British Columbia waters will
be deemed the richest bonanza ou
tlie Pacific Coast" Britisli Oohiui'
Asia ie decidedly a region of somo
promise; und uow that it hns beon
-given ■cGUiuumiciition with eastern
markets (through the medium of the
.Canadinn Pacific, it is certain to
grow very fast in ttio next few
years, and possibly the terminus of
the great highway, Vancouver, will
become a second San Francisco.—
Chicago A merican-Canadian.
British Columbian.
VOLUME 30
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1880.
NUMBER 9
In reference to the important
part likely to be played in the near
future in tho railroad affairs of tho
country by the Canadian Pacific
Railway, the Sau Francisco Chronicle calls attention to the fact that
the distance, via the Canadian Pacifio, from the Pacific coast to Montreal, is about the same as the distance by the Central and Union
Pacific and their connections, from
the coast to Pittsburgh, the figures
being as follows:
siii.es,
From S.F. to Plltslnirf-li. via (lgilQU.,,.2.888
From Port Moody to Montreal by ClP.t2,8ti5
At Montreal, continued tlie Chronicle, passengers and freight by tlie
Cunadinu Pacific strike ocean steamers winch carry tlicm by a voyage
-of 3,043 miles to Liverpool, whereas
passengers and freight by tlie Pact
fie roads running through Ogden,
when they reach Pittsburgh,
still 444 miles from ocean steamers
at New York, and then they have
a voyage of 4,430 miles before they
reach Liverpool. If, says the
Chronicle, Canadian steamers -Ht
Montreal  were as  swift ns those
Elying betweon Now York and
liverpool, pnssengers by tlie Canadian route would beat those by the
American route not less than three
days. If ever the Canadian Pacific
people put on a line of stea ers
from Port Moody to China and
Japan, the Chronicle thinks American transportation lines will have
to look to their laurels. — Urad-
street.
Another issue has just been added
to the now famous Sproule murder
cose, the government having received today intelligence that the
attorney-general of British Coiumbin
has given notice of nu appeal to the
imperial privy council. It will be
remembered that Sproule, who is an
American citizen, wns arrested in
the Pacific province on n charge of
murder. A verdict of guilty wns
brought in, and sentence of death
wns pronounced, but prisoner's counsel made an application bofore the
supremo court for tho relense of
Sproule on a writ of habeas corpus.
Judge Henry, who was sitting in
Chambers nt the time, without going into the merits of the ense,
decided that the prisoner hnd not
heen legally tried, Sproule having
been removed nnd sentenced in a
distriot otherwise than that where
the alleged offence was committed.
The judge further ordered tlmt
Sproule be brought to Ottawa by
the sheriff, for the purpose of being
discharged from custody. Tlie sheriff has not shown any alacrity to
obey the summons, and the decision
of the attorney-general of British
Columbia to appeal to the highest
court in tlie empire will make mut
ters rather complicated. Many
points of great interest to the legal
profession, involving the jurisdiction
of the supreme court and tho constitutionality of an appeal to Kngland, will be decided by the final
judgment in this-'case. Sproule,
who is at present respited until
August 19th, will likely liavo to
enjoy a further lease of life as the
appeal cannot bo heard before the
privy council until several months
elapse,—Ottawa News.
The appeal of Air. Gladstone to
England in favor of home rule has
failed totally. His defeat is signal.
Yet some of the results of the agitation are of the utmost, significance.
It has made Irish houn; rule the
great issue of English politics, and
has transformed tho Liberal party
into n home rule party. It has also
forced the Tory party, whieh is an
organization without principles or
purposo except what Beaconsfield
called British interests, to hang out
reform colors. By thus facilitating
the solution of the oldest and most
perplexing of publia questions, it
has been of tho greatest value to
the country. Another striking ro-
■ult of the agitation, as shown by
the figures of the election, is llm
uncertainty of a large part of the
Liberal pnrty.   In a poll of some
thing less thnn three millioni of
votes the anti-Gladstone majority
may bo about one hundred thousand, while the Tores in the houso
will not havo a working majority.
This result shows that if the full
Liberal vote had come out, Mr.
Gladstone probably would have been
sustained. Another result of the
agitation, and one also of the highest value, was the distinct and honorable declaration of Mr. Parnell
that home rulo does not in can separation. Tho two effective anti-
Gladstone weapons were the assertion that the land bill proposed to
tax Englishmen enormously to pay
Irish landlords for land from which
no returns could be assured, and
thnt an Irish legislature means Irish
independence and Irish alliance with
a foreign and perhaps hostile power.
Thus the land bill, which was meant
to propitiate capital, was used to
alienate labor, and Irish home rule
figured ns British decadence. This
last cry, which was a stirring and
searching appeal to British pride,
was fairly silenced by Mr. Parnell's
solemn avowal that his party did
not ask nor desire separation, and
his manly declaration that if Ireland
should attempt separation, England
could overwhelm the island and
crush the endeavor. It was no answer to this to say that Parnell lied,
or that even if he could be supposed
to tell the truth the ignorant Irish
purpose of separation would sweep
liim awny. It was a strong anti
Gladstone contention, also, thnt
homo rulo was not a unanaimous
demand of Ireland, and that a third
of the Irish people would oppose it
to the death. So Lecky aays of
the revolutionary movement for in
dependence- in tliis country, that it
was not a movement of tho whole
people, But the event showed that
practically the Revolution was the
act of the people, despite colonial
Tory hostility. The most touching
episodes of the angry agitation were
the breach between Gladstone and
Bright, and tho respectful tone toward the Liberal leader of Lord
Hartington, who led the Liberal
opposition. . Ho was never betrayed
into any word of reproach or vituperation that he could ever regret,
nnd the evident sincerity of his sorrow in differing from a man whom
he plainly loved and revered gave
great weight and dignity to all his
speeches.—Harper's Weekly.
A Small swindle.
A smalt swindle has recently come
to light in Wall-street of tho kind that
serve to create a laugh and provide j
unscrupulous but clever gentlemen
with cash. It shows how the delusive
dollar may be coaxed from its hiding
place by means of two telephones, a
lintidrod foot of wire, and a ticker.
W. D. Miles and Townsend Percy
Btartled the speculative world last winter by announcing that they had solved
the problem of long-distance telephon
iny, and thnt their frienda had better
get in nu tbe ground floor quick.
Milea wiih a rod-headed Irishman of
plausible address, who had been employed by II. A. Armour, of Chicago,
and hnd come haro to operate on the
Produco Exchange, where his supposed
connection with, Armour gave liim
prominence nnd acquaintance. From
his auburn locks he got to bo known
as "No. 2 Red," after a variety of
Krain. Ho mado frienda rapidly and
soon became a member of the Stock
Exchange and opened a broker's ollice
in Broad-street. Townsend Peroy was
a uood-Iiit-king ymmg fellow nbout
town, who had ono foot on the dramatic stage and the other in a bottle of
ink, for ho wns perpetually writing little things which the papers printed,
He
HAD ALSO INVKNTKIi AN KYKGLA8S,
Thereforo when it wns announced
with a great flourish that those two
individuals owned a patent, by which
men could telephone to Chicago or
San Francisco, or evon to Europe, aa
easily as ncrosB the street, thero waa
great curiosity to seo it work. Mon
looking for n good investment were
quietly taken up to tho Broad-street
ollice, and wore surprised how easily
thoy could hoar quotations of grain,
pork, etc., sent frqm Chicago, nnd
now distinctly their own words were
undoi-stood. They compared tho advices roooivod with the ticker aud
found thein correct in every instance.
It waa a big thing, A company waB
formed with a capital of 8S.00.000, of
which ten por cout. should be subscribed for advertising, constructing
expenses, otc. It is said na much aB
818,000 was paid in, and a few hundreds of this were spent in advertising, but the
T-V  MCLEAN, M.D.
Offloe nnd ReBldonoRi—Ooolrfenl Hotel,
JiiHOU) New Wostmlnster, B. O.
H
M. COOPER, B. A., M, D„
PHYSICIAN A 8UBGE0N.
OFFIOE mid UEHlDKNCE-Chm-cli St.
'next door to Farmers' Home), near
Columbia St., Now Wont minster, H.C.
OFFICE HOURS-8 to 10 ». m,; 1 to 3 nud
e,80to8p.m.   Culls In town nmU'oiin-
try promptly uttended to.
fe2tc
D1
IIS. GARHOW * HALL,
Pliyslclna** Surice-m* ti Accoucheurs.
OpkicbA HEsinENCK--Colunilila Street,
oor, Church,
N. B.-W1U visit Ohllllwliuck once n
fortnight.
J. Gaiikow, M.D.
T. BYLVUSTKIt HALI., M.D., L.H.A.
Jcailc
D'
R. F. WELSH,
HENTIHT,
MISSES. MoBLUOY A YW,  IIKNHY
wish in inform llio Ladles of New
Wcslmlnster tlint they hnve opened a
nress-Making Establishment
--AT-
TIUPP U1IU-X NKHtl*, COLUMBIA BT.
"Whore they will he prepared to oxoeute
nny ordors entrusted to them In Ilia latest
styles and with all possible despaleji.
New "Westminster. Oel. Oth, 188$,   oo7l.ii
Colonial Hotel,
New Westminstor, B. C.
p B* 0. OROWN,
DENTIST.
Ofkicb—Over D. S. Curtis A Co.'s Drug
Store, Columbia St., Now Westminster.
Honr.H~<Mo 12; 1:30 to 7.
Will visit Chilliwhack the first Mondny
and two following dnys in euch month.
Teeth painlessly extracted.   unl2
jpORlIOl LP A McCOLL,
BARRISTERS, ,
SOLICITORS, ETC.
Offlce, Mckenzie Street, New Westminster,
and Granville, B. C. tlelMe
TT*T   NORMAN DOLE,
*       BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Land Agent. Money to T-otui.
Columbia Street,
se2tc New Westminster, B.C.
A-
R. HOWSE,
     Formerly Howse, Hill A Rlckman,
togs to announce that lie will re*time busineu as
Surveyor, Ileal Estate linker anil
Convi'jniicer
On and after tho 21st Instant,   Offlce, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Port Moody,
selSto
JOHN PENBERTHY,
MINING AND LAND SURVEYOR,
ACCOUNTANT nnd
GENERAL AGENCY OFFICE,
Maps and Drawings uoaly executed.
Hastings Street* Vancouver, B.C,
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE UNDERSIGNED hns eslnblIs'titld
himself In tho City of New Westmiu-
Klei-with ft FlltST-OLASS
COVERED. 0ARRIA&E,
Which Is open for EiiinigeiiienfA nl
very iiiotlcrnlr Charges.
Orders left at tho Colonlnl Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
to day or night. Stable next H. Elliott's.
.IOS. CATES.
Telephone No. Si). mylte
AUSTIN BRIGE,
Carpenter & Builder
Plans anil Speclllcullons ror all
kinds of UuIIiIIiirs caro-
tails Prepared.
JOBBING NEATLY AND CARHFUL-
LY EXECUTED.
AU onlcrs left at Occirlctit Hotel, or ut
the shop of W. Johnson, Columbia street,
will receive prompt attention. Your favor solicited. jefjte
GEO. A. NEWMAN,
ARTIST TAILOR
formerly tin ployed hy A. I'rcgg
A Smi, Vlulorlu.)
HAH OPENED AN ESTABLISHMENT
on his own Hi-count, In tho City of
New Wos l in in Kier, nnd lias no connection
-.vlml-'vei- willi IiIk former employers, A,
Grogy A Hon.   Poi-sons wishing
GARMENTS OF ANY KIND
Made mi in iho Luli-st Styles unil Ib a
Hi-hI-i Iim wanner
Should cnll on GEO. A. NEWMAN,
ltnyUm       Al Uqldstono'B, Frontstreet.
HO! for GRANITE CREEK
_ The Driard House
Tft'THE BEST HOUSE TO STOP AT IN
GRANITEJITf.
FIltHT-CLASS ACCOMMODATION, and
the Table Hupptiod wit ii every possi-
blc delicacy. Tho hotel Is under the personal management of tho well-known
caterer, Ii. F» Boyce.
BOVCE A CAIRNS,
iiihlile Proprietors.
J.A.CAWLEY&C0.
HAVINO PURCHASED THE
Shingle Mill -„„
Pnmp Factory
At POPCUM, are preparer! to execute all
Orders promptly and to the satisfaction
of tlieir customers.
All klmls or tlllMVt done I. .Mer.
J. A. CAWLEY it CO.
JaMc POPCUM, B. C.
Sunnyside Hotel,
GRANVILLE, B. O.
H. 1IEM10W,
PBOPRIBTOB.
$ot §alt or Itr-jJei-i,
COTTACE TO RENT
TNA PLEASANT PAIiT OF THE C1TI
1 Apply lo
WOOllfl.TUItNEB A GAMBLE.I
ap281e__
FOR SALEr
440 ABSVri?^toFA1H
Store to Let.
mHE STORE NOW OCCUPIED BY C
I LelMr, opposite Hit- Colonlnl Hots
Splendid location foru dry goods slorj
Possession given on ur about August ne**
Em-Hire at the premises. 19iny8in
m   J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Coiumbin Stroet New Westminster
Al) commissions will receive prompt
and careful attontion. Best references
given when required. mhl2-tc
W. D.FERRIS,
Rent and Debt Collector.
SKVKR.U GOOD FARMS FOR SALE,
Ageut hr the  THiVKLKItH LII'K and
A-TWDEVr INHUKANOG COMPAHV,
Hartford. Cobb*
3FFICE:-Forrli Street, New Westmin-
;r. fc*to
JEEMAINDBH WAS i.'I.KAK PltOVIT
to tlio organize rn. Thoy woro preimr*
ing to boom thu concern still further,
but "No, 2 Red" Baid lio was in no
hnrry, and was going to Ohicapo,
from where ho would call liis frienda
un on the telephone. In two or three
days his enthusiastic frionds spoke
with him over tho lino and told him
to hurry back to receive moro sub*
Bcriptiona.
But one investor mado a little investigation on hia own account, whioh
ended, as he followed the wiro, in the
cellar of the Brow).streot house. There
liu unearthed the othor end uf tho
line, presided ovor in a dark curlier by
a silent partner in tlie concern, who
was industriously taking the (-notations
from a ticker and comimiuicnting thom
to "New York." It was surmised that
"No. 2, Hod" had lived in the cellar
ill the time, When nn olfort wns
made to got snmo of the money back
TowiiBond Percy had urgent business
in London, and "No. 2 Hod" suld his
seut in tho Exchange and cleared out.
Those who wero bitten tried hard to
keep the matter dark, but'it leaked
uut and created a general laugh ou the
Kxehant'o when the investigating committee wqb asked to look intu tho
thing. It is said to have beeu tho
cleverest trick in Wall-street since a
iiiaif wont short of ,1,000 shares of a
stuck that had only 800 on the market
lust summer.   Ar. Y, Graphic
LAND SURVEYORS,
Keal  Estate,  Insurance and
Commission Aisents.
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT 4 MARINE INSURANCE
C'OI.UMWA NTIIBBT,
Telephone JO. XEW WlJSl HINSTKB.
ilemtc
PITT & CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
—AND-
General Commission Ag-ts
VANOOUVER. B. C.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAKF STREET - VH'TOHIA.
■A.GJE3JN"TS   JFOJR
North Brllish and Mercantile
Insurance Co. roi- Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
30 Ftiisliury Circus,
London, E. C.
H. KELLS,
Mn mi fuel ure i- ft Importer of
BOOTS am.
J3HOES
ladlM',, drain*,   MlMt*' und <'lilltlr<>ii'n
Knot*. KbofN and Viillora
Made to Ordor and Kept on Hand.
COLUMBIA STREET, ~~-~ OPP. HYACK HALL
NKW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
mliitc
WALSH
The,Wei Tailor
Columbia St,, New Westminster.
IT AVING J UST RECEIVED OUR NEW
si. Spring Stook, wo invito Inspectlonof
tlioflhost selection of
EurIUIi, Soutcli, lierniaa* frrurk,
nnd Araerlcim
©&-SUITINGSI
Evor shown iu Xew Westminster, We
liavesooured tho services of MR, HUGH
O'HAGAN-u practical Cutter who has had
long experience In London, PariH.and the
lending eastern citlOB.nnd foroGOOD FIT
and artistic stylo we defy competition,
mhWlc THOS. WALSH.
fit
STEAMER
GLADYS"
CHANGE OF TIME.
TTNTIL FURTHER NOTICE WILL
IJ leavo Ewen A Co.*s wharf at7a. in.
MONDAY forCHll-LIWIIACK uml Way
rinces, returning on Tuesday. Will go to
GRANVILLE ami return on WEDNESDAY. Leave nt 7 a. m. THURSDAY for
HOPE and Way Places, rot urn Ing on Saturday.
Through connect Ion with the 'TEASER',
to uml from Victoria,
For Freight or Passage, apply on board
orto
MR. DRAPER,
npSIc On ihe Wlinrf.
FURNITURE
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTUItEBS AND DEALERS IN
ALI, KINDS QF FUBNITUHE.
44-Tir
WANS
NtHIOTIATKI).
fi'27ll!    '
RAND BROS.
DUAL KNTATK UltOKBRS,
Coiivr-r-nnctr--, Collector-.,
And In-Hirn.net Agent lj
Offices nl. VICTOIUAi Fori Street,
NKW WESTMINSTER: Coium-
liln Nt„u|i|.o'.lli- Posl Ofllce.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street,
BUILDING LOTS for sale In all Koatlons
of Vancouver mul New WcslminsterOily.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
■nio nt Chllllwliack, Port Hammond,
Lnngley, Mium-iiI, Suiuiih, Mnd Hm
ner'M Limiting- Lulu Island, North Arm
nnd nit River.
Maps and Plans nxltllilted and tin-full-
eft Information furnished at aHnurofltccs
 feMlh*
N. P. STRAMBERG
WILL BE IN   NKW WESTMINSTER
for a few days tuning nml regnlal-
iiitf Pirinos nnd OrgHiis,
Having learned Piano tuning from the
Into W. Chauilir-rsnf (juehei-. Reed Organ
tuning ami voicing from W. Ilamlluof
Boston, und Pipe Organ work from J.
Cndwaldcr of Cainlirlilgc, Muss., lie trusts
thatcaroful work and regular visits will
socuro n libernl share of the public [patron*
iiiio In his line.
7-onve orders at the store of Messrs. T. It.
Pearson ft fu. jlylite
Port Hammond Nursery!
\TOW IH THK TIME TO SEND IN
ll your orders, If ymi want some of
fiiOHo nice fruit or ornainentnl Ireos,
shrubs, etc, fiom Ontario. As I return
about tlie middle of .Inne to settle up my
affiili-s there and come out this fall witli
tho stoek for my nursery here, and will
select and bring your (infers right nlmri
with Ino for this full ami next sprlng'i
:iting,I will satisfy ull liuth ustoqua*
of trues and fruit, and I will lie settled
horo In tlio business so you will know
whoro to find me. All eommunlcatlnns
after tho middle of Juno may be addrcHseil
to ine nt llowmalivtlle,(int.,orto('iirlclon
A Harris, Port Hammmid.
G.W. HENRY,
inyWie Port Uiimiiion.l P.O.
REMOVED
shop lately occupied by Mr. Daroy,
Columbia Stroot,
Call and examine our stock nnd prides
before hiiylmr.   We can't he IMIIIISOMt
lu thc eity.   Repairing of all kinds m-ally
done. W. PROTHERO A CO.
senile	
WEBB'S
Everybody says they
are poor, hut I have
grown rich by keeping the best articles
in my line, and not,
having two prices but
treating all alike.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE GOMP'Y.
1 Old Bkoad St. and 16 Pai,l Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
tjlOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
J? Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Shipa in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and re-miring, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, aud
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland aud in Foreign
Countries,
FKOM LOSS OR 1MMAGR BT F1KK,
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every information can bo obtained on application to
J. G. BUNTE,
Importer and Dealer In
First-Class Mil
Spring, Hair, Wool and Straw
Mattreitei to Order.
Blank ets, Chamber Rets, Window shades.
Oil Cloths, Matting, Wnll Paper,
Baskets, Bird Caxes, Flower I'ots,
Hanging Busketx, Pictures,
Frames, Brackets,
Baby Carriages, etc.
ririam framed aad MrpaMag dear
ta-u-dar. Also,
Undertaking; Embalming a specialty,
Please give una call before purchasing
elsewhere. j, G. BUNTE,
Opposite Post Offlee, Columbia Street,
apl7to NewWestminster.
-ROYAL CITY-
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard  Street,
KJf WSSTUKSTEfi, I .„
MANUFACTURERS AKD DKAUER8
.      IN AH KINDS OF
w.
J. AKJISTBONe,
Agont lor Now Wettniiiutor,
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
Qencral Merchandise!
A largo Assortment or
DRY GOTDS
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Xla-jr and reed
WHOLESALE *ND RETAIL.
WOOV AKD <J*U UUTIBED TO
ANY l-ART W TH CITV.
Wo run two st!i-osillilly,exooptSund.ys,
to Porl .Mooily, carrying H.M.S. mulls.
As no liquor ortoliuocnlsuscu wo oan by
leiii|iornlo Imlills unil onroful economy
serve tlio imlillc nt esnecliilly low rates.
"Vitj Smull Prollls nml l|ulik
Returns," Is my motto.
GUNS,
Kit!.--*, Revolvers- -Ammunition, Fishing
Tackle, nnd till other (-porting gomls.
BAR FIXINGS,
Including Tuiul-lers,  Fancy  Decanters,
Cards, Dice, I'oker Chips; u largo
assortment of
CUTLERY,  YANKEE   NOTIONS,
And nll other Fancy Goods,
ri|teH, Titlincco and Cigars, and other
leiiiuoranco tetns from u needle to an anchor, ton mention  In uumeron-t, nil of
wlilc-i- cun be Int-poctcd ul tho
HOLE IN THE WALL,
Columbia Hirool, New Wi'simintiter, B. 0.
RpmO
F. CRAKE,
PRACTICAL
JEWELER,
COLUMBIA STRFET,     NEW WESTMINSTER.
»|i|"iHlh- (tin ii Ingham A to'*,
Slfi\ OF THB BIG WATCH.
•JTLATE MANAGER FOR RAVAGE A
I.V MAN, MONTREAL,
C-ironomeien, Krpeaten, (orouo-
i-tri-nliim, and all Ine Watch
repairs a Spr-laHy.
ANY ONE HAVING WATCHES which
liitvo lieen Injured by liiciiiniietent
wnir'li rennlrem pnn be innile eoinil to new
niinln. .lEWEI.UYotnll kinds made .ml
ronillrad, All work warranted; ch.rjes
moderate, Ksllmnlcsglvon frer'otclinrge,
f-rffa." Il.THlH, IJIUIV, ni .ikrr
****B" Walekrs nil Jewelry rkraper
thau any other house Ik B. (J.
LAHIES' SOLID IS CARAT GOLD*AM-
EUICANSTEM WINDING WATCHER,
accurate timekeepers, SX.; (mm! prioe, ,'rfi.
•toDIo	
NOTICE.
DUKlNtt  MY ABRKNCE FnOSI THB
Provinco, my son, T. J, Armstrong;,
ImldN my power uf uii-mn-y mut hnhla mv
il|i|mllillllr-|| ,--. Jlir|nilVSlierllt;
, ,       , W..T. AHMHTRONO.
July 1.11 h, IIM. llvHni'l
ROUGH AND MESSED
LSEUR
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
SUM  BOXES,
Net Floats, Trays
AND ALL KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
Doors.
Windows*
Mint!*.
Frames,
Monldlnirs.
Brackets*
Railings.
Balusters.
Newels,
Plain ts Ust} tt ill Kinds or
TURNED    WORK,
Tbe Horfon Honse f
SPENOE'S BRIDGE, B. 0.
WE BEG TO INFORM VOU THAT
" we have leased the Morton House
at Spence's Bridge from Mr. Murray and
that it Is newly lilted up and coinfortuhly
furnished. Wo would respectfully nollelt
your patronage and we promise If yon
will favor us with it to do all we can to
satlofyyau in every respect. Mrs. Held,
who hus had much experience, will attend tu the culinary department.
We remain, yours respectfully,
Jefflm5 REID A NEFP.
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OP
. the "Temperance House,"fronting
on Coium Ida and Church Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling public
at the following rates:
Board per day fl 00
"     " week  6 00
Single Meals     •£>
Beds     26
*».Good accommodation for adies and
families, inyOtc
TEMPERANCE
RESTAURANT
Cor. Mary and Columbia Sts.
TLTISS RUHKRY HAS OPENED A
iU fl ml-class Bunrdtne House and Res-
tttiirnnt in Ihepreiiiiscsformerly occupied
hy Mr. W. H. Keary. H
Boarders taken by the day or week, and
KitroiiRof the bouse secure nil the com-
rt« of a home.
Meals served at all reasonable hours.
Hot coffee and light refresh menls.   Free
reading room  attached.    Miss Rumen*
personally superintends tbe cooking.
TERMS MODERATE.
 mlilTlc
THE
4
FOR SALE.
BARGAIN.  158 ACRES OP LANU
House, tie., on gootl rond, witliin
Ies of town.     Apply to
WOODS, TURNER 4 GAMBLE.
 JlylTllll
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN lhe LANG
ley Saw and I'laning Mill; mill ii
good order. For particular!! apply on tin
premises to H.WEST.
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON.
aplStc A HELMCKEN, Victoria
BOAT FOR SALE.
i WELL-BUILT BOAT, about l) Tont
A copper fattened, newly painted, ant
In flrst-class order—together Willi al) he
longings complete, viz.: salt,   ""
mgings coinuli?
iwlocks, rudder
i Jib,
iir m
rowlocks, rudder, ropes.' 4c!*-all' hi goo-
order.  WCaii be had cheap.
Apply to C. Q. MAJOR.
    Jn6lc
Land for Sale!
"QETWEEN FIVE AND SIX THOU,
Jj wind Acres of tlie very best Alder-
bottom and Prnirie Land. In Township U,
New Westminster District. Wiil be sold
lu one block or In subdivisions to suit,
on very liberal terms.  Apply to"HENRY
MATHERS, New WestmlnsferClty.
HASTINGS, B. I.
THIS FINK AKD COMMODIOUS
new Hotel hu been recently completed and ia furniihed with evory con*
venience for the comfort ot gucjtta. The
iituation and accommodations arc unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which bu become the moat fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in-British Columbia Tbe prospect is
charming, the tea hreei-es are invigorating, and the facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Rooms. Suites of apart*
ments for families or parties. The Bar
is entirely detatohed from the main
building.
First-class stabling and feed for Horses. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day.
QEO. BLACK,
jyMfce Proprietor.
Farm for Sale!
THREE   HUNDRED AND TWENTV
Acres in Township Two. Good for a
stock farm.   Fresh water stream runnlni
through centre of farm.   Partly prairli
and aider.  Good log house.
For terms, Ac. apply to
WOODS, TURNER 4 GAMBLE.
New West., B.C., 20th May, 1880.   m22m(l
For Sale or To Rent.
THK UNDERSIGNED offers a Farm foi
for Bale or rent. Also. Milch Cowa
nnd young Cattle, Hogs, and a few youiis
Horses. There are several pairs of good
steers thnt would tnaiw e-ceefyent worklns
oxen. Also, one of the largest and best
Bulls in the province. Tlie clock i* all
very gentle.
M. NICHOLSON,
mi-ate Mount Lehman P-0
GOOD RANCH for SALE.
QJO ACRES ON GRAND PRAIRIE.
O't:£ Best land In upper country; title
crown grant; nil fenced; 2 cross fences;
good dwelling house; excellent water
privilege; S ditches for Irrigation and domestic purposes. Good maids: HO miles
from Kumloops. Terms easy. Part under
cultivation.     Apply to
A. GLUMES,
jlyVml Spence's Bridge.
Notice to Persons in Search
ofFanns.
THE TOWNSHIP OV -SURREY CON-
tains several Farms wlilcli are for
sale. Tlie land iH-of excellent Quality—the
very host In tho province. The Reeve
and Council are most nnxiuus to secure
deal rn hie settlers. Application to them
will receive prompt attention. U'lie roads
In the township are itood, and there are
churches, schools, nnd a town hall.
THOS. SHANNON, Rem*-**.,
Clover Valley P.-Q.
H. T. THRIFT, Clerk, '
jnlKc Hall's Prairie P. O.
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Famishes all Kinds of Help
Free or Charge.
SSrOTXCE
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WK IX-
I tend to apply to the Cliief Commissioner of Lands and Worku for permission to purchase land situated at villagr
Bay, Hoskyn Inlet, Valdez Island, nnd
described as follows:
Commencing nt a post driven almnii
twenty chains along the shore easterly
from the month of the river on the left
bank; thence dne-norlli ahout lift v chain*
to tho Inke; thonee nlong the lake shot*
westerly ahout 4(1 chnins; ilienee diif-
soulh to Village Ray; thence easterly tn
Elace of bcf-tnnlng; containing about om*
undrod acres, more or less, exclusive of
the Indian Reserve contained wllliln thi*
above-mentioned boundaries.
Royal City Planiko mills Co. (l-d.)
JOHN HENDRY,
July 24,1890.       (jly2Sm2)        Manager.
Notioe to the Publio.
OUS BUSINESS A&ENCT,
DO YOIT WANT TO BUY OH HELL A
UuslaeKa, take a partner, etc,
PICKERING k GO,
OFFICE: llui fttrctrt. bntwepii Douglas
mill llrainjlllr.il, VICTOIUA, B.O. R O.
tins SSU. m'i27
ESTABLISHED 1SS9.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Set.*--' eppoilte tke Coloiltl Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THK LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
Mortmant of all description, ol
AMES MORRISON who Ima Imoii lor
fcXTOvM^W MEATS AND VEIETAILES
Gcnorul Agent, Auctioneer and Col-   wmtm ■ w   ««w   IKVKI MPfcEO
and (lenernl Agent, Auctioneer and Collector of Rents, Debts* Ac, has removed to
Vancouver City. He has had considenilile
practice In (lie Countv und Police Courts!
nnd as his charges were always -moderate
------ -     X'J
     ..... „,„™ jrt, invnp
store, Vancouver Clt;
lie hopes for a ponilnuaneeof nuiillu~con<
fldenee.   Hlsofllcesare over Mr. Wilson's
 ,    ~ Jity.
Vancouver Clly, llh March, IMW.
mhftfn
ConstMitly on hand, and aupplled to Fun*
ilie*, Reatturante, ud Sto-unboote at the
J^>WEfiT POW3TBL1C PRICES.
FOR_SALE.
THAT DELIQHTKUL RE8IDGNCR ON
Lot 7, situated on Provost street, between Mary and MoKensle streets, now
in the occupation of Cupt.Grunt; contains
8 rooms with nsnal offices.
Valuable Clly Lols.
Farms nenr City.
Farms on Pitt Meadows.
Farms on Mud Ray.
80 ncres of Land at Whouock Railway
Station.
7-1 acres of valuable Land 2 miles fmm
City on Hastings Road; 18MI cords of Cedar could be cut.
Apply to
CAPT. PITTENDRIGH,
JeSStc    Lnnd Agent, New Westminster.
FORSALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads running'hrough
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
dentc Ladner's Landing.H.C.
For Stale!
(ON EASY TERMS)
« «»M ol Work Hones,
It Car Hales,
6 Tew Mules,
4 Saddle Horses,
i yoke Work Oien,
1 Carriage Team,
1 Piano la good order,
% Dump Carls with Iron Axles,
A nnmber or second-band Wbeel
■arrows,
1 Buikfyo lower (new),
1 UMf a Uay Rake.
For pAHIolilnrs apply tn
inylstc
T. J. THAW,
Auctioneer, N, W.
Brery Nu to his own Busman
-A..
PEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COLOKUL H0TKL1,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. 0.
Pkyilclans' Pres-rlptloas aad Fas-
Uf Reelpei a Speclallj-.
N   B. — Only Genuine Ding, nseil.
Over twenty veui'eiperiuic.    mrS*
.t. W. HECKt.KV
Peebles \ Heckley
(NEAR MERCHANTS' SQUARE)
FURNITURE
MANUFAOTUMM.
-AW1>-
UPHOLSTERERS
Bar lat ail Waal Hattreisei and
Beddlag always oa hand.
HAVE ON HANI) THE
i-mw ssm sm anas *t n «
Nmu ta m unum
EsUm.ln tm ono.ua ma, rutins*
W. purpose nildlni Umlertnklnii. *
Jtyrtto /
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Gas Fittings E. S. Scoullar & Co.
Str. Gladys Capt. Insloy
Teaoher Wanted T. J. Trnpp
Special Notice W. R. Am! in
Bakers, Ac Mounco llros.
Notice. Ryder & Gibson
Notice Jno. Robson
Lorne College The Risliop
*5ht fvitiflh (folnmbitm.
Miil-ir-liiy SIornliiK, July ill. ikh«.
Business Announcement.
As the daily issue of tliis paper
begins this afternoon, this will he
the last issuo of the semi-weekly.
The daily will he sent to any post-
office in Canada or tlie United
States for §10 o year. As tho daily
mail service will shortly extend
over a considerable portion of this
district, we expect to have a number of daily readers outsido of tlio
city. Thoso who do not euro to
take a daily will ho supplied with
the weekly edition, whicli is to he
puhlished every Saturday morning
in time for the mails. Tho weekly edi-
dition will contain considerably more
reading matter than was contained
in two issues of the semi-weekly,
nnd it will be sent hy mail for $2 a
year. Our country subscribers will,
therefore, receive a better paper for
ono dollar less. Tliose whose subscriptions have heen prepaid on the
semi-weekly will bo credited for an
extra period on the weekly. For
example, a person who has paid 12
months in advance for the semi
weekly will be entitled to receive
the weekly for IS months. The
publishers hope to he able to present a much better newspaper for
less money, and if it is received
with as much favor as the semi-
weekly edition has met with they
will be very greatly pleased. Tho
first issue of the weekly will he
ready next Saturday morning.
The C. P. R. Tea Trade.
The arrival of the first tea ship
at Port Moody is an event worthy
of more than a mere passing notice.
Hitherto the tea for Canada and
the United States has been going by
water round tho cape or over American lines of railway. Now the
Canadian Pacific Railway enters into competition with other carriers
for this trade, and with a very good
prospect of success. The tea ship
which arrived last Tuesday after*
--noon1 is the first, but it is not intended that she shall he by any
means the last. The ship Stafford
was to leave Yokohama on thc 10th
i-flst^. for Port Moody, and the ship
Cyprus is also under contract for a
cargo. The Flint brings 17,-140
half chests, equal to about 75 cur
loads. The other vessels are larger,
and will bring heavier loads. These
teas are not all for Canadian and
American dealers. A large quantity of them will be sent across the
Atlantic to Great Britain. Between Yokohama and Liverpool via
the 0. P. R. is about 1,000 miles
less than by any of the United
States lines. It will be seen, therefore, what large odds are with the
.0. P. R. in the tea trade; and if
this trade becomes large and permanent it will be of great benefit to
British Coiumbin Not only will
tho transfer of large quantities of
tea give employment to a considerable force of meu, but the increase
given to our shipping business will
be of the greatest importance. Vessels coming here from China and
Japan will not go away empty.
They will take from us cargoes of
coal and lumber and fish, and some
of them will tako tho products of
our manufactories. There will be
an interchange of commodities, and
the markets of the whole world
will be made easy of access to Canadian producers. One can scarcely
estimate the advantages that may
follow the arrival of the first tea
ship at Port Moody.
Short and Swift.
The great problem of tho commercial world is to discover short routes
and secure swift modes of intercommunication.    These desiderata liave
occupied the minds of men for many
years on both sides of the Atlantic,
and   various   projects   have been
brought forward with the object of
bringing Europe and Americii near
er   each   other in point of time.
Homo   ono   has   lately astonished
commercial circles by proposing a
stoimship service across the Atlan-
tio that would accomplish 10 miles
an Hour, thus   making travel  by
water equally swift with tho average railway train.    Whether this
oan ever be accomplished we dare
not venture to predict, but one enn
scarcely   limit the possibilities of
science in the nineteenth century.
An Interesting article appears in a
lateinumber of the Scottish-A rmrkan
giving ft history of the various effort* made to shorten and hasten the
voyage across the Atlantic.    The
latest proposal in that direction is
to make the American terminus of
the ocean line on Long Islnnd,
where a new harbor is to bo established, and to change the Biitish
terminus from Liverpool to Milfnrd
Haven. This would shorten the
ocean voyage between London and
New York hy 288 miles. Uut our
own Sandford Fleming long ago
pointed out a much better plan for
"bridging" the Atlantic. He proposed to make Shippegan, in northern New Jlnmswick, the American terminus of the ocean route,
and to connect that port by railway
with New York. Shippegan is 743
miles nearer Liverpool than New
York, and from New York to Shippegan by rail is about 8?Q miles.
H would lie quite possible for one
of the present ocean steamers to
make tho trip from Liverpool to
Shippegan in <I days, and from that
point by rail to New York could be
made in less than two days. Still
another proposal is to mako the
western terminus at St. John's, N
fouiidlaml, which is only 1,950
miles from Liverpool; but the difficulty iu the way of this scheme is
that St. John's cannot he reached hy
railway, and there are many serious
objections to the transfers and delays incident to a route that is partly
by water and partly hy land. Wit!
the two ocean termini brought as netu
to each other as it is possible to bring
them, and tho intervening space of
■water covered by steamers makinj
40 miles an hour, -the Atlantic
voyage woul4 be reduced to two
days! It is not impossible that
somo of us may live to see the rfcltl
zation of this, but at the present
moment it looks verv like it dream,
Pacific Alall Subsidy.
Toronto, July 24.—The ilfoi'I thia
morning says: Ity this time Sir John
Macdonnld is at Port Moody, whera a
warm welcome awaits him. Thu cuble
this morning brings news which if
known to British Coiumbin will doubt-
loss tend to nugmont the enthusiasm,
Lord Salisbury .having announced his
intention of "giving his favorable consideration" to thc schemo for establishing a steamship line betweon the Gulf
of Georgia and China, Japan and Australia. It will ha remembered that
just before Lord Salisbury wont out df
office he hud all but decided to grant n
postal subsidy to such line. Lord
Salisbury is now apparently determined to take up thu t-ueation in earnest.
He is said to tako a lively interest iu
the railway, regarding it as a work of
an imperial character, and ho certainly
could not show his appreciation of our
enterprise in a moro -striking or satisfactory manner than by asking parliament to assist the company in an indirect way in thu establishment of n
steamship line on tho Piicilic Ocuan,
KW8 FROM AU PARTS OF THE WWII.
Wrsxii'KO, July HI.—About noon lust
Saturday six masked desperadoes, mount-
oil on horseback and armed to the teeth,
bchl up her majesty's ninil four hundred
miles northwest of here, and demanding
the mail from tlio driver, ransacked it
and carried olT 620,000 in money wliich
the mail bags contained. The stage carrying tiie mail left Qu'Appelle station
Inst Friday and travelled all night. The
following day, when nearing a big hush,
the desperadoes rushed one, and, presenting revolvers, compelled tlio driver
to surrender. There were two passengers, but they were powerless against six
stalwart armed men. It ia reported tonight that the driver was shot and killed
while trying lo defend the mail. Tho
robbery was committed r2.j milea south »f
Humboldt station, and the men liad been
lying in wait for the stage, whieh was a
double rig and drawn by four homes. It
is believed the desperadoes eaino from
Montana, and had information that a
large amount of money was being carried.
This is the first time on record that Midi
an outrage was committed in tlie Northwest. The mounted police Inne linen
notified, and nre in force scouring the
country.
Port Tow.vsesh, W.T., July 21.~On
Saturday night several tiij-a coining up
to Capo Flattery were struck by a tidal
wave of severe character. The sea ran
so high tliat the tugs were buried nt
times, Thu commotion lasted nhout half
till hour. After the wave had subsided
it was found that the sea wns covered
with dead codfish, halibut, M._ salmon,
The inference wns thnt there wns a sub-
marine eruption.
PditTUNDj Mo., July Si!.—To-day the
following handbill was posted throughout
the city:—Pirates aud thieves! Owners
and fisherman of Now Kngland! Attention! What they think of us. The Hali-
fax Iftruld speaks pi us as follows;-
"Uut fishing vessels of Gloucester and
thereabout*- owned by pirates and manned by thiovi-H, we neither love iiui- respect, nnd against them we believe in
enforcing any and every law that it is in
onr power to enforce/' Govern yourselves accordingly.
Milton, Unt., July .hi.—The Scott
Aet Association of Hnl ton county are
making a deteruiiucd effort to stamp out
perjury in Scott Act prosecutions. With
this end in view wnnants havo been issued charging K. Menuett. aud John
Lindsay, of Georgetown, with wilful perjury, committed while under examination
gjargsd with violating tlie Scott Aot.
The defendants, who have decamped, are
under sentence of two months' imprison-
ment for eommiting a third breach of tlio
Scott Act. Information 1ms also beon
laid beforo Police Magistrate Voung
ugainst a large number of witnesses for
perjury in similar eases.
Ut.vno.v, JulviM. Aspeeial train conveying coloninl officials, now in London
attending the Colonial and Indian Kx*
hihitioii to a grand naval roviewat Ports-
month, was derailed in transit. Twelve
prominent persons received seriono injuries,
AMoniA, July 24,-Tho bark William
II. Hesse grounded on North Spit lost
night. The captain and crew abandoned
her, and hio safe. Tiie vessel ia breaking up this mornbig and fast disappearing. Sho wiil ho a total loss. Shu had
no pilot on bonrd. Tho W. II. Hesse
Bailed from New York Fell. I.'lth, with a
cargo of rails, spikes, etc., for tho O. H.
AN. Co., to bo usod ou the Fiirmiugton
branch, now under construction. Her
cargo wasfvttlued at 870,000, and wai uo
duubt insured, though iho office in tills
city is not advised of tho fact. Her
owners are captain W, il. Hesse and
associates, ami her valuo is between -SIO,*
000 and 9.50,000, The loss of tho iron
will probably delay the completion of the
Fnmiington branch. The Besso is wood,
and built at Bath, Maine, in 1873. Her
dimensions arc as follows: Length, 170.0
feet; beam, 32.2 feet; depth of hold, 20.fi
feot. Her registered tonnage is 1027.
The vessel was surveyed at Boston in
January, 188-t, and was rated A 1.
Losdon, July 20.—The Times says it
is believed that the Marquis of Salisbury
has* offered to serve under Lord Hartington as premier, if the latter would assume thu work of forming a coalition
government, lt is stated that Lord llan-
dolphChurchill has accepted the position
of chancellor of the exchequer and leader
in the house of commons, Long before
the time appointed for thc meeting of
the Carlton club, tlie building was sur
rounded by n large crowd of people who
we're evidently strong sympathizers with
the dominant party, and cheered each
leader ns he appeared. Lord Salisbury,
Lord John Manners aud Lord CharleB
Uefresford were welobtoed with applause
that was especially enthusiastic. Right
Hou. William II. Smith, who was chief
secretary for a fortnight prccedim** tho
close of Lord Salisbury's last government,
was cheered heartily when ho arrived,
and tiie applause which greeted the Marquis of Salisbury wlieii he made his appearance amounted to an ovation, Thc
new premier was oven inore heartily received by the meeting inside. Ho made
an address on the political situation. He
congratulated his hearers on the Success
of the Conservative party iu the recent
elections, nnd dwelt ou the wisdom and
necessity of acting iu accord with the
Liberal-Unionists on the Irish policy.
The marquis spoke for twenty minutes.
Among the announcements he made wns
that the Right Hon. W. H. Smith had
been agreed upon ns chief secretary for
Ireland. Tho Standard commenting on
the proposed convention extending the
extradition provisions of thc treaty of
1841, between Kngland and the United
States, says: "The fact that it will be iu
thc power of the United States to mako
thc surrender clauso inoperative is tho
more reason why the United States
should not have refused this slight proof
of sympathy in difficulties which may
seem tu be her own."
Mo.vtkka!., July 27.— Thc pallium wna
to-day conferred upon Archbishop Kahre,
by Cardinal Taschereau, amid great pomp
and splendor. There was nu attendance
of ahout 17,000.
St. John's, Nf F., July 27.-The
schooner Barrett has put in hore, bringing the latest news from the Labrador
const. For nearly two weeks she was
blockaded iu Vork harhor, forty miles
cast of Northeast river, by fields of ice.
She brings five families who had reached
that point from Sandwich Bay, over 100
miles inland, bysled^es, drawn by ponies
on which they subsisted after their arrival. York hnrbor is crowded with
fugitives, but these came from the
southern coast and knew nothing of their
northern neighbors. Gn July 10th two
snow storms buried eastern Labrador,
cutting oil' all communication with its
population of In,000 persons. Snow has
closed all thn trails. A relief vessel will
now go direct to York Hay to the reliof
first of the sufferers tliere. While Bay
dispatches report that Hudson Bay strait
is again frozen over, which ia au unprecedented occurrence nt this season, tho
roport that the temperature is ton degrees below y.evu is, however, denied.
riie cold results from immense masses of
arctic ice along the coast and it does extend 200 miles from the sea. Up to date
twenty survivors havo arrived here. The
number that lmvo died is estimated at
250. Since Saturday an east wind has
blown off the banks, increasing the firmness of the coast ice.
C.uno, July 28,—Wassiff Bey, who
has arrived hero from tho Soudan, reports that Khartoum has boen razed by
the rebels. He bclievfci the force marching to re establish thehhedive's ailtlitii--1
ity would now meet With weleoino rather
than resistance.
Amsterdam, July 28.—Further attempts at rioting were made last night,
but the polico succeeded in dispersing
tho mob bi-fori-any serious disturbances
had taken place. Tho total caaualtierj.
resulting fro*i tho outbreak are 25 killed
and i*0 wounded. Fifty persons have
been nrrestcd, including Mrs. Ksherdy,
the president of the Woman's Socialistic
Society. Unly one policeman was mortally wounded. A police fund has been
opaufld fm- thc benefit of the injured oflicer. Newspapers here applalid the polico
for their bravery and prompt actiou, ami
severely condemn the rioters.
Uvblqt, Jnly 23,—At a meeting of the
National League here yesterday, Joseph
Biggar, M.P,, made a speech, in whicli
Ite said there was no reason to leel despondent over anything tho Conservatives
might attempt. The Parnellites, ho said,
had already unmade two governments,
nnd it was not unlikely they would unmake a third. He hoped in any case
thai . y would neve- assist Chamberlain, whom he characterized as the most
dishonest politician of the age.
UbJIMN, July 2S.~* Fiieher, the African
explorer, reports lhat he lias reached
Woitgau, north of I'ingani, with tho remnant of his expedition, after a journey of
extreme hardship lasting 32 days. The
members of the expedition suffered
severely from Imager. Uf the 230 natives
who accompanied the party fifty died
from disease and wounds received iu battle Fischer has secured a valuable
botanical and ornithological collection.
He will proceed to Zanzibar from Wan*
gun.
Gen. Koiiuu-ofl', who eoitimtiiidi the
KuBSiah garrison at Merv, and loukB
after UusHiaii interests on tho Afghan
border, had a narrow escape the other
day when visiting the camp of Meru*
clink. The general never rides if he
can possibly help it, but prefers tho
somewhat uiiBotdiorlike mot hod of
driving from place to place, and carriage driving iu those regions is very
different from driving in the streets of
Moscow ur Luudon. The general was
crossing tho Kushau stream, when tho
water suddenly rose and carried away
the carriage. The baggage was lost
and tho horses weru drownod, and the
genoral escaped with difficulty, being
dragged out by the legs.
HALLS
Vocdtiible
Sicilian
HAIR
RENEWER.
The f-ri'iif popularity of Hits nrehnrntlon,
nfter its test of many years, should he an
inwuriuu'-c- even tu tliu most skeptical, that
It is really iiinrUoi'inti-.. Thoso who have
Used H.M.I.'--- IlAlIC ICl'.VKWKK know that
Kdoe-i all ihnt'isi'talined.
It causes now growth of hnir on buld
heads—provided the hair follicles are nut
dead, which Is seldom the ease; restores
natural color to gray or faded hair; preserves the sculp healthful and clear of
dumlrufl'; prevents tlio hair falling olf or
changing color; keeps ft soft, pliant, In-.-
Irons, and causes ft to grow long ami
thick.
Hall's IIaiii 1Ii;ni:wi:ii prmliti-cs ils
effects by tho hcullhfu! iilllliCiico of lis
vegetable Ingredients, which Invlgonilo
nml rejuvenate. It Id nnt a live, und Is
a delightful nrticlo for toilet use. Coti-
laiiiliig no n' -.'ml, ft does not i-vim-
orate quickly nml *drv up Hm natural oil,
leaving the hair har'.-h and brittle, as do
other nrouiirnlious,
Buckingham's Dye
ron tuu
WHISKERS
Colors them hrown or black, ns desired,
nml is Lhe best dye, bccauselt is harmless;
nrodnccsn permanent natural color; mid,
being ii single preparation, Is more coll-
veuient of application thnn nny other.
rnr.i-Aiiim nv
Ii. I'. HALL & CO.- NiiHhiin, N. II.
Sold by nll Dealers hi Medicines.
Special Notice!
A LL OVERDUE ACCOUNTS ON MY
A Books must bo settled up on ur before
the I5tli of August next, or tiiey will be
iilucedin ttio hands of n collcetur. C.'os-
tomem, please oblige me and vmii-st'lvus.
JlySItd Vf, it. AUSTIN
Teacher Wanted.
A MALE TEACHER, HOLDING /
Provincial Certificate, fur tbe Infer
mediate division of the New Wesliiilnsler
Public Rcliool. Api>IIfitttltnisinust be received by0p.m. oii Wednesday,-Ith August.
d-JIy3Itd T. J, TKAl'I', See
3SrOTIC*E.
THE PARTNERSHIP EXISTING BE-
tweon Roland Ryder and Luke Gibson, Blacksmiths. Ifopo, has been ills-
solved by mutual consent, and Ilie business will bo curried on in future by I-nite
Gibson whu wiil collect find pay nil debis
ugninst tlie said llrm.
ROLAND RYDER.
LUKE GIHSON.
Witncis:   Amhhoki- H, Ooppjsii, James
WAItM.K.
Hopo, July 20,litffl. Ily'tlnil
CHANGE OF TIME TABLE.
STEAMER
"GLADYS"
UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTICE   WILL
make regular trips
TO TALE AND WAV TOUTS,
Leaving-Now Westminster on
MONDAYS und TIIUJtKIUYS
At 7 ti, in.    Returning  on Wo'dnosdnys
nud Huturdiiys
jly3lte CAPT. INSLEY, Master.
MOUNCE BROS.
(Successors lu I,. Willie, Froni Street.)
BAKERS
-And Donlers In-
Groceries, Provisions, &c.
TTAVIN-i PURCHASED THE JW8I-
XI ness nml Stock of L.Willie, wc shall
endeavor ny fulrdeallngiind low prlees to
merit u continuance of Die pnlroimffo on-
Joyod by tlio establishment,     w-j|y81to
Gas Fittings!
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
Are Prepared In Supply and Kreel
Gas Pipe,
Gas Fixtures,
Aud overy thing relating to i bis branch of
business.
OV Expoi-lenaed and eompotenl mon
only employed! and work guaranteed
flrsl-eiass In overy respoet, P-jicct, tut law
usnn.vwliereelse.
K. S. SCOULLAR A CO..
JlySlto Columbia Slreel,
NOTIOE.
A SITTING OP THK COUNTY COURT
of Y«1o will bo liolden at Granite
pity on Saturday,the Rintv.Ti>'v <■>■■■■*-:•
iind sittings of lhe Con ,cite-
nay will bo bullion nt l-u.., -dnv
tlie Otli August, and at Doiinm on Tuesday, tiio toth August, proximo,
Ry Command,
JOHN UOllSON,
Provincial  secretary,
Provincial Secretary-h Office*
IMtli July, 1886. JlyShvl
THE CELEBRATED
WHITE
Sewing Machine!
ry GOOD AS ANY MADE.
SOLE AGENT FOIt MAINLAND!
C. J. ROBSON,
At the Now h*rult ninl ConfooLlonory
Store, OpWMlt- (Jrrl.nihil Jl.ili>l, Now
Westminster, It. C. JlyWto
DESIRABLE PROPERTY
FOR SALE.
TIIK   KII1.I.OWINIJ    I'llnl'I'Jll'I'V    IS
ollereil for mile j
200 ACJItKH OK OHOIOE I.ANIlnii tliu
Heutt Koiiil.Jlliiili'striiiii New Weslinln-
slcr, with nil the funnlm,, lim.leiuenls
on fho promise-, Iiwolllin; Ilnnsr- wllh
furniture, consisting uf JI StOVOS nml
oiioiikIi other fiiriillnri,. for nn iirillmrry
household,
I BLOCK Ot LAND nl BriWlisVlllO, rip.
noslle   New Westminster,  Iri.rillili: on
river nml Ynlo Itnnil- <|.lomllil file fnr
Store uml Hotel.
A HOtisE AND LOT on Allien I're.-eent,
Now Westmlnsler, In   iiplenillrl cnliill-
tion.
SypimKwcll-lirwlItonres, ufmiillv Mllrh
Cows, Ac.
Tho nlmve will to milil nln Unranln If
sold wllliln two moulds.
„ .A.llP,-'1,,       JAMES KKNNKDY,
JlylOto Now Westminster,
1 GEO. EWE
 OK THK—
VICTORIA
Huh appointed tlio Undersli-iied Ills
Agent for Mew Went minuter ill) nnd
District.
All Ortlers by Mnll or otherwise will lie
promjitly iittoniled lo,
DpnIhiih, Hnmiiles nf Material und Prlcoi
fnrnlsfiod on npiillcntloii.
C. R. MONCK.
l^THAT-Ss&r
LIN FIT
WANT.
i lew lap!
$1.25 -<-■■ ■'»"•- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
JUST ISSUED BV
Price, $1.25.
This Map lias been produced nt
grout cost, nnd gives ti vast amount
of information nevor before available respecting the lyost important
district in the Province.
Tiie new Map shows the latest
surveys, tlio latest roads, the line of
the O. P. It. and extensions.
BUY A COPY.
PUBLISHED 11Y
RAND BROS.
Real  Esiiiic, liisiii-iiiicc nnd
I'lniiiiciai'  Audits,
NUW WI''" MINSTKIl, VANCOUVKIl
\Nlj VICTORIA.
FOR SALE A'f
T. R. Pearson & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER.
n|iL'lle
sun TifE
OF   CANADA.
Business of 1885,—Lirc lie pnr Intent.
Income- MW*?87,05j   Ineroaao, 80,007,-1(1,
"p'Ass''*-     I.IIl,U'i|.:i:l;   Inm-flse, SI;!:I,i.ir.'.iw.
New i.ifi* \-i|*]|,-;i,-|i>i-*., s-'lft',\!i7l,|H;   ll|-
oiens<j,S(07,aM,80.
Life  ** llrlr-K in tune,  S71ii:«,s7*J.77:   III-
oi dHi?, $1,080,47-1,78,
ACI'IIMAT IH I'lltl >1f\l.
l&lntro'udngiftiiWMilnrUncomlltlnii'
111 ],Iff; Pul.i-ytlic Hex sh-twi'.l ils.-lf oui'
of thi'most iliii-rnl Itis-lhtUon'-of lis klml
in the v-url-i. ll mnlnliilns tliis rcpiu-i-
tion uy following Llio snmo toil rail In lis
"   i-'t-nf iii-'iiiiriiiu-t-i.   ii otter* u, iiio
Ul'llC
ii|inr
i In-Mi)-.! MIm in t. •iiMiuiiii'urtviiril, In.
Irrliulral .ier-iiluiil I'-'llr.V III ti*lM«*CC-
•riii-f-illo in-dim ii fewnf the inMntii of
siiuorlorit; :
PlkTXBK IIayh o> Whack nru ullmvi-il.
(Sec roii'ilti'iu i). N'lJuihf-rUomiuuiv In
Aiiioi-l<-u iillow* -Jiiu liour.
Bonus -BiioiUil no claim l>o mmlo for
livo.■■■ ni-H, • iu>sixth yrnr'H asibrnnOo will
bo nl lowed freo nf -•imr--<*, ir tiifi »«»> is
under Hi. (Scfl .-ondlti-'ii 2). Vory few
other ComimnlcttjilvolhlB privilege,
I'oi-iciKs Not Voidkii by ciitfaKlnir in
ii inori- biiKiinloiin '-'-i-ii-i-m-in llnui tlml
Assured nitaiimt. For pnrllottlani soa policy.  Tliis  iiiiviiiiliij-r!  cun   bi!  idiliilncd
nttrtlly nnywlioroolNc.
Hkmidknci; — Moro lll-ei-ut ----mlUk-iis
llnui given by imy ollior Compnny in Am-
orlf-n.
R. MACAULAY, THOMAS WORKMAN,
Managing Director. Prcaldow,
A. E. IMitlK, Guneral Aumit,
Victorin, 11. C.
JOHN O. Mrr-KOIi. Agent,
JlyiSlc New WoslmillSUJr, II. (.'.
Tacoma, Washington Ter.
BOARDING & DAV SCtllOL FOK
HOYS & YOUNO MUX.
THE RT. REV. BISHOP PADDOCK, D.D., RECTOR
CmilMT'tAH TKItM IIKOINM HEIT. 2,
I 1881!. Tlir fiillmvliiL. Il<>|mr!mciils
lliorriiiulil.v linisiitr-LANGUAlll'H (An-
I'lfnt Iim! .Mn.liTlir; KNl JLIHH (ColllIMIsl-
tllill, lllli'lmli-, L'll-.l: MATHl'JMATIIJH
ll'iim uml AiiiiIIiiI); SCIENIJK H'lii'inls-
try, Pliyilro, llnliiiiy, ot».)j IH'sinuhm
(llrink-lu-fliliiK. rciiiiiniislilii, IJoilllllPr-
I'tul Aill!iiin.|li'. (Jiirri's|ii,in!eii"i!, Hlmil-
llllllil. I'li'.l; M1JHII! (ViH-nl llllll Illslrll-
llli'lllllll; III1AWINII.
for tortus nduriij!'
1'imr. ,i. tait,
JlyJXtc I'rllurllml.
Public Notice!
THE HUDSON HAY COMPANY HAH
ror sale nt i-nm-i... :
I HUM or WorliiNic Uar*rn, IIiirniH*. hhiI
11'hninploii MdHfr, nearly new,
I Hnlhy Hnhc, In mn- two yenn-,
It'owri unil i'niv--N,
* ytetllnk llclTer*,
IMi»r,2yi'nrKold.
Tbo above will bo soltl cheap,
Apply lo
HMNUV WAItK,
.Inly Kill, IKsn. LntiKlev,
Jlytnml
TAILORS WANTED.
QOAT ANIi I'ANT HANDS WANTED
llrfr Ilnli'ly     A|i|ily   nl   LI^IIN'H.
. „rl .Mrirrrly, 11. 0 JlylOml
Ni»w Wust.. Mny Jllsl.llwil,
Jn'ilir
89,000 WANTED
WANTED TO llOtlltnw, J20DO on good
Heenrlly,    I'nrtifiiiliirM on nppllcn-
Mon nl llih nine. jlyiMt--
SITUATION WANTED.
BY A THOHOUGHIA* COMPETENT
Mnebiplst, Juat nrrived from Montreal, and wbo Iiiih hnd iimplo experience.
Apply at tills Ollice. jly21inl
Situation Wanted
BY A VOUNO MAN WHOTiATELY
eomiib'tcd n eoni'Ne nt Ontario Business Collogo and taiigbt seliool sueoess-
fnliy. Well rooommended. Appl lent Ions
mny be left, at this odleo. Jly21t3
GAS-FITTING.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER OAS COM-
pntiy aro prepared toreueivo oraera
fop uns-mtliijr, which will tm done In a
first-olnss manner mid nt verv low ratcM.
J. L. HTAStFORD,
Jly2lte Manager;
Change of Business!
A S WE ARE AHOUT TO ESTABLISH
A a factory in Vancouver, wo bof,- to
tluink onr customers fnr tbelr pant pnt-
roiinne, and ns MfeBsrs. Peebles A Heckley
hnve lionj-litimr trado in New WeNtinln-
ater, we hope onr ciiHtoiiiers will extend
to them tlieir puti-ohngo ns we lmvo every
eon llde n.
faction.
Jlyllmi
In lliei
blllty to give sntis-
IHVINO A HTRAHAN.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
ALL ACCOUNTS ON MY BOOKS will
liiiKillvely lit-
CLOSED ON THE  31st INSTANT.
Customon-will plense accept tbia notice
ns KINAL und govern thenisflvesaci-oni-
Ingly.
AT COST AND UNDER FOR CASH ONLY.
No nnrci'l (jbllvory of goods after tbe
I of-June.
lirst
mySOto
c. a. major:
Granite Creek!
(living Description and Mnp of
Granite Oreek and Similkameen Country.
Deilgned for tbo Use ofthe Emigrant,
Tiinrlsis, spoil-siik-ii niidGuld-sockers,
■jp-riobj, ias ots.
For tialc by T. lt. 1'KARSOX & CO.
NewWestinillitor and Vnncouver.
  npgttc
New Westminster* Coal Harbor
antl Seattle Route.
THE STEAMER
(J, W. TAUTE, MiiBtf-v.)
WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY
HoiHl-i*-' Miiriiliiu itt t oVIurk. for
Xew We.stiiiiiistci* und Coal Harbor, via
PortrTownsondnndtht* islnnds; nrrlvcsnt
New Westniinster on Tuesday forenoon,
loaves for Coal Harbor about four bourn
afterwards; loavoii COAL IIAUBOIt Tne*.
ilny Klnlit foi-Henttlc.
I'arr In Kenllle $4.00
,        Inl nlu per Imi,  4,00
Special mlos to inerrlmnts.        ap>0te
A Private College I
 KOII	
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
■mu, nt! IU'EXKn AT
ROSS BAIT, VICTORIA, B. C.
MONDAY, AHn'ST 10. 1880.
11HE    IlUILtllNO    HAH    15    LAI'UE
Itooms and   Ik well fnrnisbed Willi
rcgisler srntos, Imtb rooms, Ac, Ae.
IvM'i'lli'iil npptirluiiiM-1-- Tor nil kltidsof
lii-alt bfnli'Xciriscs.liii-liidliigliuiitlliK nnd
bntblnv,
I'npHs will in- made most ■■omfortnble
and (lielr general wojfaro carefully con*
sldcred.
A COMPETENT 8TAFF OF INSTRUCTORS
wlllbetnnhr'.ineil.
Exeetieiu faoilltloa will be aironied for
In-'ti'Ui.'ti'iii in I'll--tish, rfiitii-M-rrlMl,
rUNHlralnnd .UfMlrriiI.itii|tM»tit'Miiiji-Hs.
Willi liiHlriimi'iilnt ntiNlr.
AppiicniiDii Knriiis, References nntl full
liiformullnn fnrnbibed hy
IEKV. (*. .1. IIKKXTON, H. A.,
Ni-;w Wkstmiv-tkii.
Juno I), IS8II, Jly'Jltc
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
City of lh Westminster I
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
-OK-
CITY RESERVES
-AND-
GARDENS.
A I'Um.IC AUCTION will tnkf place nl
A tbeCounctlCbambers.lii tbe Clly of
New Westminster, on
Friday, 13th August, 1886,
At 10 ti'trloi'k In tire /nri'iirirni. wlion (lie
lOllOWlltB IrrlKivlll III'slibtllltliril lii|illtillir
Cllllllll'lltloll, 111   IHrClirillllU'f   Will!   "I^lllll
Salo   lly-l.iiw,   ISSl," nml   liilii'inlliii'nls
tiiorolo, vim
OOVKRNMKNT OPFICK OARDKN.S.
Block A.
Lots Nos. JI nml 4.
I sits Nos. Ut to 20, iliclnrrivrr.
VICTOBIA OARUENJ'-Block II.
I.ntn Nos. JI to I), inclusivir.
I/its Noa. .14, S3 and .10.
ST. PATRICK'S SQUARK-UliHjlt II.
Lots Nos. 4 to 8, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 10 to 18,   "
ALICE OARUENS-Block K.
Lots Nos. 0, 8, II ami 10.
CLINTON I LACK llESKRVE-llliKik I*
Lots Nos. 1 to Ti, inclusive,
Lots Nos. 3,'l to Sll,   "
Lots Nos. », II mill 10.
ST. flEORIIE'S SIJUARE-Block II,
Lirts Nos. t'_* to 22, inclusive,
ST. ANDREW'S SQUARE-Block K.
I/its Nos. 7 nml 8, mul
Lots Kos. Illto III, inclusive,
Lots Nos. 21 to 40,
MTlic Lot* arc mostly Ull by 1JI2 feet.
TKHMH-Jtir,; per oinl. on llic /nil cf tlie
liNinilier; Xl>y, per iri'lil, In throe months;
nml the linliiiicc of tlic|iiirtihiisir money In
six iliillillis fiiiin ilntcof Hirle.
Ily onlor,
A. .1. ALPOHT, O.M.t'.
City Clerk's omre.
NewWl'slllllnslor.imh July, MM
JlyfflM
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
UAVING PUR-
-1*1 chased the stock
ofHardware,Paints,
Oils, &c, of the Estate of Trapp Bros.,
we purpose offering
to the Public VERY
GREAT INDUCEMENTS in this
branch of the Business, which we trust
will secure the patronage of those residing on the-Mainland.
We have bought a
large and well-selected stock of Shelf
Hardware in the
eastern markets FOR
CASH, which we expect, to arrive in a
few days, and our
assortment will he,
we consider, second
to none in the country, and will be found
complete in all the
following branches:
General and Shelf
Hardware, Cross-cut
Saws, Paints in all
colors, Boiled & Raw
Linseed Oil [English
and American], Dry
Colors in all kinds,
Wall Paper and Window Blinds, Oakum,
Pitch, Giant,Blasting
and Sporting Gun-
Powder, Fuse and
Caps, Brushes in
Paint, White-wash,
Scrubbing, Horse,
Dandy and Whisk,
and a full line of
Table and Pocket
Cutlery.
We purpose doing
a CASH BUSINESS
and all orders intrusted to us will be subject to a cash discount of 5 per cent.
—our motto boing,
"Small Profits and
Quick Returns."
DRESS jJAKINC.
Misses MoDOUGAI
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C
jmt Nui isMd km guaranteed. J'--'1
NEW WESTMINSTER.
VISITOIt-
Thc nisliop of .Yew Went infant <-r.
PIUNCIPAL-
H. Flonni'M.CIIiHuii. Kttn., B. A,
Oxford University, and Xennoxv
School, p. q.)
HOARD OF I3DUCATJON-
Tlic HlHliop. The Ven. .tri-liil'-ucoi
Columbia, Tin- Iter. II. ti. llcin
MJnt'in, <*. Si, I'n-w, Eni|,, M. »..
I-:, f'orliould, I'm-.
NEGOTIATIONS ARK NOW IN ]>'
grcBS for tho offices ol Yleo*Prlno'J
anil Matron.
Extensive additions tothe nronilses*
be made during the holi-1-ty*-.
An election to four soTloliirshins of
per milium euch wilt be held slmrtly n
tho commencement of term. |
Tbe School will re-open at the be;
nine of September.
Applied)lorn- lo be Kent to tbo
BISHOP OF NEW WESTMIN8T
      Je2atc
Never Offered in
HAVING CONCLUDED TO GIVE]
Imslnpss I sbiilt neii the entire i
eoiiHlstlngof Dry Goods, Clothing, Mj
Fimilsliliiff Goods, Hoots, Shoes, etc.
25 Per Ceni
Below Cost.
Suits from ?5.00 upwards.
14 yards best Print, for $11
14 " " White Ootlon.. l|
14 " " Brown " .. li
10   "    No. 1 heavy Drilling, lj
10   "    Canton Flannel   |
Best 8/4 Bed Sheeting, 25e. pei'lj
Fino Ohildren's Shoes, 75c. per ■'-
Fine " Straw Huts, 25e.(|
10 pair Ladies' Stockings, ull col|
for $1.00. ll
10 pair Men's Socks for $1.00. |
Men's White Shirts, 75c. each. It
Best liluc, gray and hrown Ovcrif]
7r>c. per pair. ':
Come and secure Bargir"
before we close our store.  '
G. LEISER
New Westminster. Mny 18,1880.
 myliltc
-rKACTlCAI.-
Has just received for tlie Holidays
assortment of Cold and SUvertf
JEWELR
flKNTS'
BOLDiSIIMIATCl
1
Tlianklns the Public gener*
all]' for Ihe liberal patronage
accorded to us In tbe past, we
trust by strict attention lo
business lo merit a continuance of the same.
T.J. TRAPP,
AutfimwJippraiiiT.
COMMISSIONS IN THK COUNTItV
l'KOMl'TLY KXKCUTKI).
TD II MID CiWAi-r MO ON IMY TMM:
1 MrCOnMIOK TWINK RINIIKII,
Ji MKAIIIIW I.AI1K  KKAl'l'.HS,
2 TRItlMPH KKAI'KltN,
I IIIIIJKKYK MOWER,
I ITHICA HAY KAKK.
OLASS WINDOWS ft DOORS
AT KAOTOllY. RATER.
Jtl**fo
Ladles Size Swiss Hold Watti
from $25 to $55,
Ladles size American St.
wlmlnii* Void ttatclies.
$32.50.
IIKMKJIBKR-\Y,. ,1.. nut soil "lik
W.tirlics anil Ji-wclry as snlid until, tt
Our goul, -aio guiirnutircil just af[
presented, and prices  lower than
otlicr house in II. 0.
COLONIAL HLOCK,
NEW WESTMINS T'cK, B i
The Colonial,
BOOTiSHdiJ
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Buildi
NEW WESTMINSTER
Wm. Ros
IMPOUTKU ANII riKAI.EU IN
BOOTS and SH0I
—       lf
The Fr«Rch Icnolr, (looiljciir, rt<
I'l-lon, Corhrane, (insll. ii Co1'
Armei liolden and Slater "
Booh and Shoes.
T ADIER ANI) QENTI.HMI'JN AIIEn'
Li speouiitii'"	
III! tin. shirk.
I IlirviMilMi, nu llllllil th.
'"I
HH)T<I|.< IMIIIA\ IIJITIIIJII Wl,
1IUHT KKF.K BOOT,
M
Wlilcli now tiikiH lln. placo of Hum tx
JyHlto ■"■
NOTIOE.    t
A I.I. ACCOUNTS DUE TO ME Ml,
J\  lii!|ialilfiirlliwllliiillierwlsi!llu.yT
lio Jilnireil In the luinils of niy Holloltol
„    ... il. I.EIHE
Now Westminstor, Mny n,im.
lOinyllin
IIIIIIWIiaBU.BjlMIIMIIII'l
1ILIW
■ jm. mm ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient AdvertIsemontB-Firfit Insertion, X o|n. per line; subsequent Insertions,
iei*. perllne.
Regular Commercial nml Business Art*
ycriisoments-l column, $12 por montli;
'A euu, «7 per montli; y, ool., %4 per month:
2 inches, $2 per montli; 1 Inch, 81,60 per
mon ih. Thesu rntes to be charged on
fltamlln-j- nilvertlsemcntH which remain
over .*! months. If tor a leni, period tlie
, rates will he: 1 col., 315 per month: y, col.,
WlKoo!.,85;:2lnehofl,ffl| l inch. & "
Specials, ninong reading matter—Eaoli
Instill Ion, 20 els. per line.
Births, Marriages and Dent lis, SI each.
Funeral notices accompanying death notice, 60 cts. extra.
ns9~AU transient advertisement)- will be
measured by a scale of solid Nonpareil,
which makes 12 lines to the Inch nnd 7
words to the line. Display lines must be
allowed for lu making estimates. No advertisement Inserted for less than $1.00.
Wxt §ritislt Cohtmbiitn.
Saturday Homing, .Inly Ul. lHKtt.
For. Sale 1000 -Mmrrola and kits cheap.
Apply at this otlice. aplOtc
Weather continues exceptional ly line,
and farmers are making hay whilo the
snn shines.
Tho str. Reliance will give a second
excursion to Harrison Lake hot springs
next Wednesday.
For Sale—Hotel doing a good paying
at   woods,
business;   r.
Turner 4 Gamble,
Apply
jyHtc
Winnipeg papers report a very large
immigration to Manitoba and the
Northwest this scusun;
It is reported that the cannery at
Brownsville will be put into operation
during the present season. -   " ■'•
As well expect life without air, as
health without pure blood. Cleanse tlie
blood with Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Some (if the Victoria racing stock
was brought up ou yesterday's steamer
to take part in to-day's sports,
The str. Gladys now runs through
to Yale, and lior new time table will
be seen in our advertising columns.
China  is  said  to  have  entrusted
Frenoh   engineers with the work of
.  constructing railways in the empire,
Trains will soon run into New Westminster, which will make the best city
in British Columbia.—Wlidtcoin Reveille,
The sale of C. P. It. lands in Calgary district for June amounted to
2,500 acres, at an average of $3.75 per
acre.
The jury which investigated the
death of Charles Swanson, killed in
Hope tunnel, found it to be a case of
suicide.
Subscribers to the Vancouver Weekly
Herald are requested te send in their
names addressed to "The Herald,"
Vancouver, B.' C. jnlOtc
Look out for the Daily British
Cor,UMBiAN,;the first number of which
may bo expected between 5 and G
o'clock this afternoon.
Lieut.-Col. O'Brien and 3 imn-ccm-
misBioned oflicers arrived at Victoria
Wednesday night to look about for the
best places to locate military defences.
On Thursday night Sir John Macdonald had n most enthusiastic reception at Victoria Theatre on Thursday
night, and made a very happy speech.
■Seventeen states and one territory
have enacted laws which provide for
the study in the public schools of tho
nature and eflects of alcoholic drinks.
A judge at Dallas, Texas, has grant*
ed nn injunction prohibiting the Anti*
och Baptist Church (colored) from
making unnecessary noise during religious services.
Messrs. Mounce Bros, havo purchased the bakery and grocery business
heretofore oarried on by Mr. I ■ Willie
on Front St., and make an announcement in another column.    1 * j,
The C. P. B. have already contracts
for the transport of 6,000 head 01 cat
tie from British Columbia to Calgary,
The eattle cars liavi teen sent ovor
and shipping will l»eg    it once.
"Anybody thnt knows a thing be
fore it happens ia culled a reporter,'
wu the definition written on thu slate
of an eight-year* old boy in one of our
schools yesterday.—Poston Journal.  ,
In addition to our new stook of spring
goods we have opened nu invoice ot
Diagonals, West of England Broadcloths
and French Cassimei-<. Walsh the
Model Tailor. Hkkbkkt Walsh, Manager. ap21tc
A buffalo herd at Stony Mountain,
Manitoba, now consists of eighteen
bulls, twenty-five cows and eighteen
calves. Tho owner started several
yean ago with ono bull and four
heifers.
Fishermen nre very inueli annoyed
-at the str. Evangel tor attempting to
-come up the river during thu night.
A screw steamer can hardly dn such a
thing without destroying nets tiuu cost
■a great deal of money.
At a meeting of the MelhodiBt quarterly board on Thursday night a reso-
iution was passed increasing tho Rev.
Mr. Wat ami's salary by $100. This
wua done ni a mark of appreciation of
.'.ho rev. gentleman's services.
Mr. B. Matlmon, superintendent
•if the Deal and Dumb Institute,
Belleville, Ont, and Mr. F. S. Car-
win, editor of the Ontario, same place,
were iu thc city yesterday. Mr.
Mathiacu is one of tlio oldest nud'
most successful journalists iu Ciinndn.
The census returns for Paris have
juat been issued. The population
numbers 2,254,300 souls, showing tho
small increaso of 14,378 niiice thu last
census taken livo years ago, in 1881,
In ten out of the twenty arrordi'Bse*
ments the population has diminished,
We suppose everybody will have gns
now, and throw awny tho dirty coal
oil lanv/j.* and everybody's attention
is th'.efore called to the announcement of Messrs. K. S, Scoullar & Co.
in our advertising columns. Thia well-
known drm is now prepared to undertake all kinds of gas fitting.
"Facta are stubborn things," and sufferers from chills and fever generally
find their complaint a veiy stubborn fact,
until they commence the use of Ayer's
Aguo Cure. That medicine eradicates
the noxious poison from the system, and
*- Invariably cures even the worst enscs.
The othor day thu Purt Blakely (W.
T.) mill put to wnrk about twenty-five
coolies. At noon one day following
the white mon did not go to work
when, the whistle blew, hut quietly sat
about the mill smoking and chatting.
Without a word being spoken the company took a hint, discharged tho Chinamen, and the Imzy buz?, of the suw
loon followed.
Mr. II. A, Munn, for two years past
eity editor of the Standard, has resigned his position to accept a more
lucrative one ou the Now Westminster
Comtmman. His reportorial friends
in Victoria, while pleased to hoar of
his promotion, regret his departure
from tho city, because thoy have ever
found him courteous and obliging in
professional matters, an indefatigable
worker, nnd a jolly good fellow generally.-- Vic. Tim**.
A full line of Canadian Hymnals just
received at T. R. Pearson ACo.'s  oeI7te
Repairing.— The old -government
house land grounds arp being, clejuie/1
up and put in M-der for Sir John's reception.
Salmon. — The Yosomito reported
tho catch of salmon at the mouth of
the Fraser yesterday morning to be
quite as good as thoso of previous days.
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The Branch.—We understand that
the branch railway to this city ia now
ready to ruceire the rails. It is to be
hoped there may be no unnecessary
delay in laying down tho iron.
Struck. --The men discharging the
tea filiip at Port Moody struck on
Thursday for an advance from 30 to
50 cents per hour. Stevedore York
refused to comply with the demand
and hired a now crew at Vancouver.
Raised.-On Thursday the C. P. R.
Company raised the wages of workmen
on terminal works 25 cents per day all
round, The advance was mado to
meet the figures of tho Cascade division
contractors who have been making
lnrgo drafts of men from these parts
during the last few weeks,
Nicola Mines.— H. M. Stramberg,
of -Now Westminster, now in Portland, hns had four assays made of gold
and silver bearing ore, from the Nicola
mines, by Mr. J. H. Fisk of that city.
One of the samples went over $1,000
in gold and silver, while the average on
all was over §330.—Fie. Times,
C. P. R. Rates. --Ratea via the C.
P. R, to Vancouver from Montreal are
quoted us follows: Montreal to Vancouver, 975; second-class, $40. Return first-class tickets are placed at
the low figure of $110, At these reduced rates it is certain a large number of tourists will visit this coast.—
Vancouver News.
Indian Drowned. — On Sunday
night tho chiof of the Lummy Indians
and an Indinn boy were drowned at
the mouth uf the river in ono of the
B, C. Packing Co's: boats. A southeaster came up and the boat is supposed to havo been capsized. Nothing
has since been seen of men, boat or
net,
Louse College.— In another column will be found an announcement
relating to this educational institution,
It will be observed that there line been
an important change in the faculty.
Lome College has now been successfully carried on for several years, and
is one of the establishments of the
country.
Purlio Schools.—The schools open
next Monday*. The only changes in
the teaching staff will bo the addition
of a fifth teacher, and a change in the
intermediate division caused by the
resignation of Miss Jamieson. The
trustees have engaged Miss McBride
for the 5fh division, aud have advertised for a male teacher to take tho
place of Miss Jamieson.
Fatal Explosion at Nanaimo.
Nanaimo, July 29.—An explosion
occurred on board thesteamBhip Qneen
of the Pacific a few minutes ago while
she was loading conl for San Francisco.
Sixteen men were injured by the explosion; three are supposed to be
fatally hurt. No one waa killed outright. Names of the injured crew
are James Johnson, J. H. Allison
(slightly), Robert Parle, A. Rabe, Jas.
Coffee (longshoremen); Aug. Johnson,
HaiiB Hanson, Pat Priestly, George
Walsh, I. Kade, H, Jackson, John
McDonald, Jas. Linn; chief oflicer
Hanson was slightly injured. Five
others were taken to their homes
slightly hurt. There are sixteen in all
wounded. No cause can yet be attributed for the accident. ' The Nnnaimo hospital board is in attendance nn
the sufferers and everything is being
done that ia possible. If Victorians
can send cast-off cotton rags to the
hospital committee they would be
thankfully received. We are very
short here. The ship is all right and
sails to-night.
CoMPi.iMBKTAiiv.--Mr. H. A. Munn,
who has done yeoman'3 service as
editor, city editor and reporter of the
Standard, on which paper lie has been
engaged for two years past, has reaign-
ed his position and will leave in a few
days for New.Weitminster, having accepted a situation on the Columbian
newspaper published in that city. Mr.
Munn's ability and assiduity will
quickly make themselves.felt in the
new field in which they will be exerted, and in wishing him every success
his fellow-reporters of this city can
testify to the unvarying courtesy he
has always exhibited toward them in
his professional capacity, and how they
always voted him an nll round good
fellow.—Victoria Colonist.
Vancouvbh News.—We must apologize to Mr, J. II. Rosa, the publisher,
for not sooner noticing the re-appear-
auco of tho Vancouver Daily News,
The resurrected paper haB now beeu
published for over u week, and is in
every respect much better than it waa
beforo the fire. It is n real live paper
of 20 columns, and we understand thut
its'regular subscription list alrcudy
reaches nearly 400.
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Passengers ex Yosemite.—Friday,
July 30th—-Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, Mrs.
McPhaden and family, Misa Andrews,
Miss Kirklaud, Miss Beckett, Mrs.
W. Irving, Mr. and Mrs. McCarman,
Mr-t. Grimmer, Miss Grant, Misses
Davidson, Jns. Laidlaw, Geo. Haynes,
Geo. Rudge, Thos. Davis, Cameron,
Rodgers, Ohm. Todd, W, H. Burr,
McPherson, Robt, Ward, Lyon, J.
M. Fish, Van Volkenburg, J. A. McNeill, M. Nurdon, M. Johnson. -
First Tea Tiuin.— The first Canadian Pacific Railway toa train for the
cast left Port Moody last evening,
and in tho course nf a few days it will
be followed by the second. The lea,
which is coming from the ship in excellent condition, is consigned to different cities in the United States and
Dominion, Minneiqiolis aud Toronto
respectively forming the distributing
points. Tliu oiirgo of tho W. B.
Flint, though nnt a large one, will
make 74 enr loads.
Lou Collin.— Miss Collin's audienco waa smaller ou Wednesday night
than the night before, which waa probably owing chiefly to insufficient advertising. The readings were very
interesting, and Miss Collin showed
herself to be an elocutionist of considerable merit. Slie was to read at
Chilliwhack last night, aud will read
at Vancouver- next Monday night.
Wo hope the audiences will be larger
than they - wero hero, for Miss Collin
deserves a more encouraging reception
than she received iu this city.
Resignation.—We understand that
Miss R A. Jamieson has resigned Uie
position wliich sho has held for the
past two years aa teacher in the publio
school in this city. Miss Jamieson
has been spending her holidays iu tho
Nicola country, and thu change haa
proved so beneficial to hur health that
she has concluded to remain there, and
hns accepted thu offer of tho Nicola
Valley school. The trustees, in accepting hor resignation ou Wednesday
evening lust, passed a unanimous vote
of thanks to her for her earnest and
successful labors while in charge of the
school here. .
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Don't FoimKr.—Mrs. Letitia Youmans in expected to arrive hy the str,
Dunsmuir from Nanaimo thia afternoon. It has beon arranged that she
will deliver a gospel temperance address in the Drill Shed to-morrow
night, the proceedings to begin immediately after the churches have been
dismissed. Shu will nlso lecture in
the same placo ou Monday evening.
Ou Wednesday moruing it is expected
she will leave for Ladders, where she
will lecture Wednesday and Thursday
nights, After that she will gu up
river, but we cannot now make any
Sumine announcement aa to dates,
lost of our readers are awaro that
Mrs. Youmans is president of the
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
of Canada. She has the reputation of
being one of tho most eloquent,
earnest, and succosiful temperance
speakers and workers on the continent,
It is muoh tn be wished lhat no one
who cnu be preseut will fail to attend
the lectures to bo delivered by this
lndy,   Admission in nil cases free.
Fheioht List. —The str. Yosemite,
from Victoria, brought freight yeBterday, for this city, marked* as follows;
C.G.Mftjor.D. McPhaden, J.Cunning-
ham, Z.S.HalI. A.G., S.G., Agt. Dom.
Exp., B.O.S.&P.C0., B.S.Mill.CMc-
N.. D.W., D.O.. D.V., T.K., G.L.
G.R., H.M.C.0U., H.V.B.. H.W.B.,
H.H., J.S., J.McK., Diamond K.,
K.O.L., K.W.O.,J.H.,M.Ross,R.L.,
R.O.P.M.C0., R,C.0.,T.N.K.,T.O.,
W.R.S., Capt.Rogers; up river fr'ght:
C.S., Whonnock; Fisk, Chilliwhack;
VV.H.C, Chilliwhack; H. Bros., Chil-
liwhaok; J. R„ Chilliwhack; J. F. A.,
Hope; T.O., Hope; T.N.F., Hope; J.
C.H., Osoyoos; S.A., Granite Creek;
R.S, Granite Creek; K.K., Yale; F.
Y., Yale; G. T., Yale; Diamond C,
Yale.
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The Victobia Mail Sekvicb.—We
have frequently had occasion to find
fault with the C. P. N. Co. for the
very unsatisfactory way in whioh tho
mail service has been performed between this city and Viotoria. It haa
much moro frequently fallen within
our duty as a publie journalist to
blame than to praise the company. It
is all the more gratifying, therefore,
to be able now to say that the mail
and traflic service between this eity
and Victoria for the past week or
more has been all that one could wish,
On Monday the Yosemite arnvedjit,
10 a. in., on Wednesday she arrived at
2:40, and yestorday ahe came in at
3:25. So lung as thu service is maintained with its present efficiency, we
shall have nothing but good words for
tho company,
A New Gatling.—Dr. Gatling, the
inventor of* the famous Gatling gnnT
will soon have ready a now form of hiB
machine gun specially devised for use
by the police in ureal cities. It will
bo constructed 011 the same prineiples
as his large stteet and field gun, but
will he very lu-ht aud compact. The
barrels of the gun are only twelve
inches long, and the whole thing, when
mounted on a police wagon, will not
weigh more than fifty pounds. His
idea is to have two or three of these
guns mounted on A police wagon whieh
can be driven rapidly to the scene of a
threatening riot. Each gun will firu at
least 1,000 shots a minute, and tho
Doctor's notion la that the mere knowledge that suoh weapons are tn possession of the police will, of itself, prevent any violent action by a mob.
The Sproi'le Case --A despatch
from Ottnwa dnted 21st inst. aaya:
"Mr. Justice Henry doea not believe
that tho judicial committee of the
privy council will uiitertain the application of thu attorney-genem! of British Columbia for leave to appeal from
his (Judge Henry's) deeiaion in the
Sproule case, and Hays that unless the
sheriff of Victoria obeys the order of
the supreme court und brings Sproule
to Ottawa tn be discharged, the court
will look after the sheriff. At one
time tho privy council granted applications for habeas corpus, but mum- two
years ago this power was delegated ti
all the coloniea who had courts com
petent to deal .with lhe matter. It is
generally believed lhat something else
than the questioning of thu jurisdiction of the supreme court has to do
with the summons not being obeyed
by the sheriff of Victoria, B, C, beforo now,"
Mils. Lktitia Youmans.-Thu tern
perance work ia not limited liy stato
or national boundnrica. It is international and cosmopolitan. The fact
is illustrated by the presence aud
work in this city and state of the renowned Mrs. Letitia Youmans, president of tho W.-tt T. U. of tlio TV
minion uf Canada. The appointments
of onu day may illustrate how this
good lady is being worked in California. List Sunday morning she lectured at the Central M. K. Church in
this city. At .'1 p. in. she addressed
young meu only in thu V. M. C. A.
Hall. At 4:30 she attended and addressed (hu meeting of lhe W.C.T.l'.,
aud^it night she delivered one of her
grand lectures iu Silver Star Hall,
which was packed to ilH utuio't oHpa-
oity. She ia lecturinu alio in different parlt of the state, Alameda. Oak-
lane, Sacramento, etc We havu had
many very excellent W.C.T.U. ladies
in this stato that have held and thrilled
our people, but Mr-. Youniaii*>, itiou.-h
of a different type, seem* peerless in
her department. Her way ia quiet,
pefsuaaive, convincing, witty, eloquent,
captivating. Her wit makes one
smile, her tonic and argument convince, her pathos melts to tears, Shu
comes and conquers. Let every one
who can heartier. —S. F, Voice.
Domestic Infelicity. — An individual named Coughhin, with an ugly
cut extending diagonally across his
face, appeared yesterday before Capt.
Pittendrigh, J. P., to answer to the
charge of maliciously assaulting his
wife, Annie, on Wednesday eveiiiinr.
The complainant, on being sworn,,
stated that prisoner had called her a
prostitute, and liad chnsed her with a'
knife into n neighbor's dwelling. In
cross-examination by Mr. Leamy she
admitted theru wns liquor in the house
at the time of the trouble, but she had
not taken any. Mr, and Mrs. Bur-
nyett, in whose house complainant had
taken refuge, testified to the effect that
she came to their door about 9:30 in
the evening, and shouted to let her in
aa her husband waa going to kill her.
Prisoner followed and attempted to
force his way into a room into which
his wife had gone, but, on Mr. Bur-
nyett opening the door and telling him
to go, he walked out on the verandah
and commenced shouting for the police. A daugiiter of thu unhappy
couple, with considerable reluctance,
testified that her father returned from
Vancouver on Wednesday and commenced scoldin-/ complainant; thut
they both went out into the wood shed
and wheu they returned his fuce wns
cut in the manner exhibited in court.
He aaid he wanted to get her mother
arrested. The prisoner himself, on
oath, stated that ou the evening in
question he had called his wife names
in consequence of Borne previous trouble aho had given him which made liim
jealous. She went out doors and, not
returning, hu went after hor. On
going intu the wood-shed he saw something Hush through the air, and was
Btruck heavily in thu fuce with something that cut and stunned him. It
waa dark at thu time, but he believed
his wife had struck the blow. When
he recovered his senses he was in the
house, and told his daughter he was
going to have hor mother arrested.
Prisoner also swore that there waa
liquor in the house nnd that he had
given both complainant and the witnesses some in a cup. Mrs. Buruyett
also admitted that Bhe had taken a
spoonful to please Mrs. Coughlan. The
evidence tn the case heing concluded,
his honor adjourned the court for one
hour. Both parlies finally expressed
their intentions to separate aud live iu
peace and were condemned to share
the cost of the case equally.
The Scrap Basket.
. Tlie cultivation uf tea ia rapidly increasing both in India and Ceylon, although the price ia diminishing. It is
estimated lhat about70,000,000 pounds
will eventually be the annual production in Ceylon,
By the New Zealand eruption, in
one case, a whole tribe of natives,
except one man, waB extinguished,
The Tikitapu bush waa entirely destroyed. Thu birds even did not get
away, and the ground being covered
with ashes, the animals not killed out*
right, soon died of starvation.
V A young colored lady entored a
Fredericton, N.B., store and asked for
a pair of flesh-colored stockings. The
clerk immediately passed her down an
assortment of blaek ones and ever
since ho haa been expecting an invitation to seek another situation
At a Scott Aet trial in Peterboro',
County Crown Attorney Wood asked
a witness, "Who handed you the flask?"
Witness- "I don't know." Mr. Wood
—"Who did you bund the flask'to
aftor ynu got through with it?" Wit
ness—'-I, didn't hand it to anyone!
theru was nothing in it when I got
through with it."
. In a Chinese village, during a time
o'f drouth, a missionary saw a row of
idols put iu the hottest and dustiest
part of the road. He enquired the
reason, and the natives answered, "We
prayeTl' our gods to send us Ttatrand-,
they won't; so we've put them out to
seo how thoy like the heat and dry-
-    From Alder Grove.
(Correspondence of the Columbian.)
This settlement to-day witnessed its
first sohool meeting for the election
of trustees for this district. There
were six candidates chosen, of which
threo were elected—Messrs. II. Short-
reed, F, Moore, and Robert Brown.
We hope now to be soon ablo to have
a school house among us where the
children can obtain an education. Thu
Methodist denomination.are erecting
a neat and commodiouB building which
we understand will be used fur n place of
Sublic worship. Crops are linking well,
aving received a good rain during
last night and part of to-day. Road
work has not yet begun, but we are
hoping soon to begin operations.
Mr, G. W. Macully. Pavilion Mountain, H.C, writes; "Mr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil is the ltest medicine I ever used
for Rheumatism. Nearly every winter 1
am laid up with Itheumatiain, und have
tried nearly every kind of medicine without getting any benefit, until I used Dr,
Thomas' Kuleotrlo OII. tt haa worked
wonders for me, and I want another supply for my frienda, ke,"
The New Extradition Treaty.
Washington, D. C, July 20.—
Members of congress, especially tliose
from the east and from the states along
tbe Canadian frontier, discussed with
a great deal of interest the now extradition treaty; Tlie general opinion
was that the treaty was good enough
as far as it goes, but that it does not
extend far enough by any means. The
crimes which, after the ratification of
this new convention, will be extraditable are manslaughter, burglurly,*-om-
bezalement or grand Iufeeny, and malicious injuries to property, whereby tho
life of nny person 1 liall be endangered.
This latter course is regarded on all
Bides as a direct, blow to the liberty of
dynamiters, who had heretofore enjoyed immunity by crossing the border line. There was some expression
of opinion today to the effect that the
Irish societies of the country would
bring their f-.rces to bear upon the
senate in order to secure a modification or the expunging of this clause,
but it seems to be the firm opinion of
those members of the house who havo
talked with thu senators on this subject at all to-day that tlie whole treaty
will be ratified just ns it stands, with
perhaps
AN AMENDMENT TO ARTIOXB TOt'K.
This article reads: "No fugitive criminal shall bu surrendered under the
provisions of said treaty or of this convention if the crime in respect to
which the surrender is demanded be
nnu of political character, or if he
prove to competent authority that the
Baid requi-iition for his surrender haa,
in fact, been made with a view to try
and punish him for a crimo of a political character.'' Those member*) of
congress who have had any knowledge
of diplomatic affairs are inclined to
look with disfavor upon ihis clause, as
they claim that it is in direct opposition to tho spirit of extradition procedure, which hits heretofore been the
guide of the law of nations. Thoy
regard it aa possible under this clause
that the prisoner may be required to
prove more than it would bu possible
for auy one to provo, namely, tho intent of the government demanding
the surrender. It is urged ngainst
this clause of the new treaty that the
burden of proof rests altogether upon
the offender, instead of upon tho state
against which thc offenco was made.
Said onu member of tho houso to-day,
who has had wide experience, not only
as a representative of tho United
States nt n fore inn court, but also as 11
diplomatic oflicer in the state department; "This article four needs very
euieful attention, and it should not be
passed has'ily, but should bo thoroughly inquired into bofore it is acted
upon. 1 mn inclined to think thnt it
is in
VIOLATION OF ALI. OtHt IDRAM
of international law upon Ihu subject
of thu surrender of political prisoners.
While I do not think it would make
ally difference in the caao between
the United States and Great Britain,
slill the principle involved mit-lit bo
very serious in lhe case of Russia.
In case a Kusidan political offender
should escape to this country, and his
extradition for Home crime ho demanded, he would find it difficult to prove
that tho requisition for tunoiidor has
beun made with n view to punish him
fora crime of n political character,
Ou tiio whole, however," continued
thia gentleman, "I think the treaty
ia a very fair document, aud thnt it
should bo ratified without delay, although I trust thu time will come
when othor crimes which are not now
included in the convention or the
treaty of 1842 ahall bo mado extra-
ditable."
A correspondent with the British
Afghan Commission had a conversation
recently with a Moslem priest. He
maintained that our frontier commission had all been foretold by the
Prophet; that Russia was Gog and
Magog pressing down from the north;
and that we English were the Bene
Israel, and of the same ancient atock
as the Afghans themselves The
Mahdi, he said, would soon appear in
Ihe region of Khurasan nnd convert ub
all to the true faith, and that Jesus
would come, and, after a few years'
reign on the earth, die, and be buried
in Medinah.
Says the Pall Mall Gazette: It would
seem ns if there was no satisfying the
changeful mind of woman. Everybody knows the disastrous effect produced on the simple village maiden
when the versatile Lord of Burleigh
dropped the role of painter and showed
himself in hia true colors. Taking
warning by this young lady's aad fate,
Mr. Conway, a thoughtful butler, determined to reverse the order of things
in the Lord of Burleigh's cruel proceedings, So he went to America,
called himself tho Hon. Seymour Conway, and wooed aud won a high-born
maiden for his wife. He then brought
his wife to hia buttery in England,
wliere hu, of course, dropped the
Hon. Seymour part of himaelf and
prepared to settle down to domestic
life. But instead of bei-jg delighted
nt this little surprise, tne lady ts terribly annoyed. It is true she has not
died, but she has done the next best
thing, and instituted divorce proceedings. Courting in fancy dress seems
not to be a success whichever way it is
tried.	
Toebkisa Wide Difference between
medicines which affect merely the symptoms of disease and those which.affect its
cause. Tho first are useful as palliatives,
the second, if of geuuine efficacy, pro*
duce a radical cure. To the latter class
bettings' Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable
Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure, Thoroughness of operation is Its special attribute in all cases of Billiousn'ess,'Costive-
ness, Indigestion, Kidney Complaints,
mid Female Weakness.
An Efficient Remedy
III .11 I'sus of Bronchial and Pulmonary Affections |s avkb'8 Cherry
Pectoral. As such lis recognized anil
prescribed liy llio medical profession, nnd
In ranny thousand, of families, for tbo
past folly years, it Las been regarded as ull
Invaluable household remedy, it fa -i
preparation that only requires' to lie tak. ii
in very small .quantities, and u few doses
of It administered In the early slaces of a
cold or cough will effect a irpeeilv cure,
and may, very possibly, save life. There
is no doubt whatever tliat
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Has Ki-cwryiid the lives of great numbers
of penona. by iirrcsHng the development ot
-Un-iiultlif, Bronchitis, Pneumonia,
and Pulmonary Consumption, nud bv
the cure of tlio-jy iliui'-cnnw uiulaulef, ft
should be kept R'Hdy for iim- fn everv
family where tliere an- children- as ft ina
medicine far superior fo nil others fn the
treatment of Croup, Hie alleviation ot
Whooplng('ouKh,Mi.| Hi..-■ureof Colds
aud Iiillueii/a, iilhiienf-i peculiarly fuel*
denial to childhood mid vomit. Pronmtl*
tadc in dealing with all diseases of this
class Is ot the utmost iniportimoc. The
Ions of a single day mny, In many cases,
•'* iii falal coiwequcnee-., Do not waste
."•■'ions time in experimenting with
mrdieliHH of doubtful efficacy, while the
iimliidv I-i coustiiiiily gaining a deeper
hold, but tako nt once ihu M-eedicHt and
inu-u certain to cure,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
pkki'.'.kki) ny
l>r. J. t;- Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Man,
Sold by nil Druggists.
D. Drysdale & Co
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED,
Ex Canadian Pacific Railw'j
Direct from the East, our first consignment of
Wii'te Bro.vzk Moruhents.— White
Bronze is a comparatively new substance,
and haa come into large nae,-rapidly, for
special purposes in this country, It has
been found to be so well adapted for statuary and monuments, that companies
have been for some time established at
Bridgeport, Conn., Detroit, Mich., Des
Moines, Iowa, and St. Thomas, Canada,
who are making monuments of all kinds
and styles, From experiments made by
these companies, it has been found that
the material will stand exposure for an
indefinite period—it is practically indestructible. White Bronze being non-
corrosive and unchaugeable, it is stated
to be equal to gold, silver or platinum,
and superior to copper or antique bronze,
which throws off a verdigris. The monuments are cost from refined zinc, and are
given tlieir sparkling appearance by the
aand blast, sand being blown against the
work under a high pressure of steam,
which cuts the surface, but does not adhere to it., A thin film of oxide which
forma on this bronze is indistructible by
the elements; it cannot be dissolved by
water, aud air cannot penetrate it, af*
though the film is so thin as tn be immeasurable. Ko corrosion, it is affirmed,
can take place.— Boston Journal of Commerce. Chas. J. Robson, New Westminster, is agent for the White Bronze
Monuments in British Columbia. Much
cheaper and more durable than any
other.   _ myStc
Beautiful photographic panoramic
views in British Columbia, 75 ots. per
aet at T. R. Pearson k Co.'a. •
BY THE FIRST THROUGH TRAIN,
 CONSISTING   OF	
Hosiery, Lace Mitts, Silk Gloves
Warner's Health Corsets,
Celebrated French C. P. Corsets
Kid Gauntlet Driving Cloves, Ac.
jly7tc
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
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EOOL     VOIR     BOTfl
A schoolboy being asked by the
teacher how he should flog him, replied: "If you please, sir, I should
like to havo it on tho Italian system;
the heavy strokes upward and the
down strokes light."
The cheapest medicine in use is Dr.
Thomas* Eclectrie Oil, because so very
little of it is required to effect a cure.
For croup, diphtheria, and diseases of
the lungs and throat, whether used for
bathing the chest or throat, for taking
internally or inhaling, it is a matchless
compound.
"What power will the prohibition*
ists exercise in the coming ptlitical
campaign?" asks an exchange. Well,
if they are truo to their principles, it
will be a water power.— Hometown
Herald.	
Mr. 11, A. Hurriaon, Chemist and
Druggist, Dunn villi-, Out., writes: "I
cun with confidence recommend Northrop
k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery k Dys*
Pjptic Cure for Dyspepsia, Impure Blood,
hapten on tha Face, Bllliouaness mid
Conatipation—such cases having come
under my personal observation. *"
The Boston Pilot, edited by an
Irishman, gives this as the "Record
of tho Forty-ninth Congress to date:
Congress has done nothing and the
President has vetoed it."
A lady writes: "I wnB enabled to remove the corns, root and branch, by the
use of Holloway'a Corn Cure." Others
who have tried it have the same eiperi-
encc.
Wholesale illy Market.
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The Week:
A 1'iaadlan Jaaraal «r PellUm. Satiety
and Ulrnlurt*.
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ITICSuiulI.lTEUATlTRE.
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Visiter, The Rlshap «r New W-HiNla-rter.
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and Lennoxville, P. Q.),
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The School will Re-open on Thursday* Sept. gth, 1886.
THE COURSE OF -STUDIES EMBRACES EITHER CLASSICAL OR COHMER
elnl BUbJeets.   In the formpr Hrnuches preparation is given for the UnlvepiUtes
in the latter pupils are fitted by a study of Modern Languages, Commercial Corret
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ouses of the Province.    Hoth branches include sound Inst '-   '   '"
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In addition there are spi-cinl contributions from some ofthe ablest writers In
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rHF RUBH-ttRIBKU HA ON HAND
lane* quantity of
•i
REST WELLIJV6T0N LUMP €0AL
And in assortment or
CORD WOOD,
Which h. will sell at lowest ratea.  He
will also promptly attend to all kinds or
J
Orders left at Mr. Mot-oil's
IiiiiiIiIii slreet, or at My tm-
strcet, will meet with praapt
on Co- '
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■ 1
^_f^	
The coal Wealth or Canada.
fc#%    .        	
r :3ii     WtotiMS the exhibits in the natural.
'■-*' Offlor into which they seem to fall,
one finds in tho approach un inmieiiRu
block of .bituminous coul from the
Wellington mine, Vancouver Island,
representing tho wholo thickness of
the seam. Another block is frnm tho
Nanaimo mine. These two nre tho
Oioai important mines of British Col*
i Wfa From the former 220,000 tons
•■^S obtained last year, worth 4 dote.
per ton at the wharf; whilo from the
Utter the output was 137,500 tons,
and, considering the eparscnoss uf the
population, thin is a fair development.
There is also biumiuoua coal from Van*
<r9UX§r Island and from the Union
j Comox; and anthracite from
_^ Charlotte I-alands, interc-itim;
as tne only known depusit of its kind
on the Pacific const. Tlio u-stent .if
.ftbal-iii'-British Columbia is but partially ascertained, and yet enough i.i
known to show that the supply is inexhaustible. Ita market is nt present
in Victoria, San Francisco, Honolulu,
MJaska, but it is jjreatly restricted
irant of enterprise and transport
ies.   In   this respect  much   is
hoped for from tho completion of thu
Canadian Pacific Railway, in opening
up profitable markets, not only in the
prairie cities of  the|Ca:iadian North*
West,  but alao in China aud Japan,
>    whan the supply is now largely met
from Austral-milt.    As one passes from
the Pacific const eastward the deposits
tend to a lifjnitic nature.   From Baufli
on the Hue of the Canadinn Pacitio
Railway, in thc mountains, a scmi-
. - anthtticite is obtained, as may bo Been
I    bjr tbe specimen shown.   Tlie Band"
mine, whieh is known to comprise two
seams of ahout 4 feet in thickness, has
,..   tyut ^ recently  beim   discovered.    In
_  .ifiiflity the fuel compare.-) with some of
g ',!&(■$beat anthracite of Pennsylvania,
Wffi is about to bo mined in such a
w*y °8  to   ensure its extensive use.
Further west on the line of tho great
■-   coal-bearing rocks of the North-west
cornea the Lothbridgc mine.   This is
now  being  actively worked   by the
.   North-West Coal and Navigation Co.
in connection with the operation of
the  railway from  Duumore, on the
main route of  the Canadian Pacific
Railway to Loth bn dye.   The specimen
shown from   the Gait mine, as it is
popularly called, is from a seam 5 feet
4 inches in thickness, situated so near
-■ the aurface aa to obviate the necessity
of any shaft, and make working a simple and comparatively inexpensive pro-
cess,   Tho extent of this conl region is
enormous.   At Lethbridge alone the
, i quantity underlying one square mile is
.    estimated by Dr. Dawson   .t five million  tons.   Aud  it must be clearly
* ' borne in mind that the geological survey has  only as yet  examined the
southern regions of thc plains, which
._.   form one vast conl bed tending from
bituminous to lignite as une proceeds
frum west to east.    The coal shown by
•Messrs.  Pocock, Frcath, and  I'ocock,
■< frotjr the   Suuria   Valloy,   Southern
Manitoba, ja thus a lignite with abuut
-, 20 per cent, of water, as against about
10 per cent, in the Lethbridge coal.
And  yet  the  Suuria conl is of tho
utmost value to settles, and also in
view of manufactures, for thc fuel used
by the Germans for like purposes is to
a huge extent much inferior.
From Ontario and Quebec no specimen! are forthcoming, because no conl
is \foond in these provinces. New
Brunswick sends but one exhibit from
- Grand Lake. This coal lies near tiio
auf-faoe, and the seams are ao thin that,
seeing the closo proximity of tht* vast
coal areas of Nova Scotia, it is used
only for locnl purposos. Tho extent
of the coal fields in Nova Scotia may
be gathered from the fact that last
year  the  total output was 1,352,200
wtofll7 ahd the local government have
done well in seeing the prorinco so
well represented ns it is. Iu all 13
mines contribute—tho Sydney, Bridgeport-, Reserve, Glace Bay, Gowrie, Old
Bridgeport, Springhill, and Albion,
- and tho mines of the Low Point Barn-
/ soil and Ltngan Mining Company,
the Yale Coal Company, Arcadia Coal
Company, and tho Intercolonial Coal
Mining Company. The coal is of the
true bituminous class and of immense
extend, at present worked to supply
the demand ot the maritime provinces
jmkI_ as far weat as Ottawa, beyond
whkb it ia not at present profitable to
lend It.
■ Th* exhibits of iron comprise every
kind of ore from all parts of the Dominion, Nova Scotia prominently, ns
well at New Brunswick, and parts of
Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia.
From, the largest iron works in the
Dominion, Londonderry Iron Mines,
of Colchester, Nova Scotia, a good exhibit of ores and products is made. In
quality, Canadian, and especially Nova
oootian, iron must be considered a
tfreat deal better than the general run
of English iron.   It is, in fact, very
- pure and rich: the magnetites comparo
■omewhat with those from which the
celebrated Sweeish iron is made. And
an idea may be gained of the immenso
market   available  in  the. Dominion
.}■) itself for this abundant metal from the
fact that in 1884 the iron and steel imported into thia country in various
forma reached a valuo of 14,700,727
dais,, and the total of imported iron
and steel during tho seventeen years
itnee Confederation amounts to a value
of no less than 230,741,434 dols., a
demand whioh the resources of Canada
are well able, with proper development, to meet. Sulphites of copper
come from Quebec, British Columbia,
, r and Ontario, the latter including two
exhibits of native copper .from the
Lake Superior district, which should,
* now that it is opened up by the Canadian Pacific Railway, attract capitalists
to work what is declared tube one of
the most extensive copper deposits in
the World. Of antimony some fine
apeoimons are shown from R-iwduu, in
Neva Scotia, aa well as from Prince
.William, New Brunswick, from which
much is hoped.— Canadian Ua:.e(lt,,
L The Wars of Great urllain.
It ii interesting to note the number
df wan the British have been engaged
■■■ivMring (he past century,   ft is only
twneh a review that wc can reach a
"     if lense of. the unparalleled war*
which haa carried them to tyj
* of victory.   Tho ancient
id a temple, the temple of
ficfi   was  shut  in time of
rpmof, -mo open in timo of wnr.    Dur-
JJK Seven hundred years of  Roman
hbtorrit was only shut four times,
M'n'tfould hardly have be»n shut
had it been in Great Britain
>nie- n ,   .
,.,-M years ago Britain was
the independence of  the
tea had been recognized, a
letl np with Frailer, Spain,
\   In India a peace had
/1th the redoubtable Tip*
.T&la^d-fairable state of
fat a ihort time; in 1700
[>lripoo wm renewed, and
thirty y«re before Bri-
it it wm to be at peape
with tho whole world. A generation
of men was born, grcyv up, and advanced woll toward-i middle lifo whrt-
did not remember a time when their
country was not at wax: Tippoo was
not disposed of on tliis occasion until
after his defeat at Semigapntnm in
17112. The samo your saw the beginning of tho long war with France, a
war which lasted, with two short
breathing spells, until after the battle
of Waterloo. Into this terrible conflict
every European nation waa eventually
dragged, on one aide or tiie other. In
1798 tho British were at war with the
Dutch, who had fallen undor thc
Froncli influenco. In 170G they were
at war with Spain, and in 1800 with
Denmark aud Russia. The latter
country mnde peace with Britain after
tho death of Emperor Paul in 1801.
The result of these wars with Great
Britain was thb utter ruin of tho naval
power of France, Spain, Holland and
Deumarjt: tlio French lost 083 ships of
war, of which 115 were line of battle
ships; the Spaniards iost 213, tho
Dutch 89, and the Danes 114. In thoso
wars the British captured from their
enemies or destroyed 207 line of battle
ships, 351 frimites and 562 smaller ves-
els of war. The peace of Amiens made
with France iu March, 1802, caused a
cessation of hostilities for fourteen
mouths in Europe, but in the meantime the British Imd boon kept busy in
India. War with Tippoo had broken
out again iu 1791), but the groat son of
Hyder Ali wns killed the same year,
and the following year the Climatic
was conquered; The >iir with tho
Mahiattas commenced in 1802, and
lasted, with one truce of considorablo
length, until 1818, when thoy were
finally subdued. The war with Ncpaul
commenood in 181-1 and lasted a year,
ond the Pindaree war was waged in
1817-18. The war with the United
States of America commenced in June,
1812, and did not end until tho beginning of 1815. Altogether Groat Britain waa engaged in more than twenty
different wars with ton different nations and peoples Irom 1790 to 1820.
This without counting the bombardment and destruction of that nest of
pirates, Algiers, in 1S10. The first
war with Burmah commenced in 1823,
and ended in 1820. In 1819 the Kaffirs were at wnr with the British, and
again iu 1831. In 1832 there was war
with tho Ha j ah of Coorg, ending with
the annexation of his territory two
years later. The first war with China
commenced in 1838, aud did not end
until 1843. There was war again with
the Chinese in 1847. In the meantime
the Afghan war had broken out iu
1838, and did not end until 1842. The
Scinde war began in 1843, tho Gwiilipr
war in 1845, and Sikh war in the same
year. It ended in 1849 with the annexation of tho Punjab to India. Tho
second war with Burmah commenced
in 1851, and closed in 1853. At the
same time a second war with the Kaffirs waa being carried on, which ended
abuut the samo time. In 1854 Great
Britain went to war with Russia and
peace was nut brought about until
1850. That yenr she went to war with
Persia and China, and while in the
middle uf these contests was culled
upon tu face thc Indian mutiny.
Threo wars at once was rather more
than enough. Tho war with Persia
was concluded in 1857, that with China
in 1858, and tho Indian mutiny quelled
in 1859. Tho British wore again at
war with China in 1800, but the contest closed the same year with the capture of Pekin. In 1800 there was wnr
with the Maoris uf New Zealand,
which did not end until 1800. In 1803
there waa a stjite of war with Japan.
In 1868 thore wns war with Abyssinia,
and Magdala was capturod. In 1874
the war with the King of Ashantoe
ended in the destruction of his capital,
Coomassie.
It is hardly neceBsary to relate the
more recent wars, which aro fresh in
tho memory of every one. The wnr
with the Kaflirs, with thc Zulus, and
with the Dutch of tho Transvaal iu
South Africa; the war with the Afghans, the war with Arabi in Egypt,
the contest iu the Soudan, and finally
the last successful war with Burmah,
which has ended in the annexation of
the whole of that country to tho British crown. Nothing haft been said of
of contests with tho Hill tribes in
India, which are frequent, or of petty
quarrels whioh call for the services of
British forces in ull parts of the world.
A Stately Presence.
I heard a good story of a Republican leader and a Democratic editor.
It seems they both had accounts in a
bank in Harrisburg, and they both
drew upon them largely. One day the
leader sent up from Philadelphia a
draft of unusual size, which the long-
suffering cashier positively refused to
honor. The leader hastened Lu Harrisburg and explained that tho draft
was for a debt of honor, and must be
paid. The banker was obdurate, and
tho leader in despair came back to
town, sought uut his friend, tho editor,
and explained matters. The editor
heard the story, and at once said that
the draft must bu cashed. "If it ia
not," he said, "we will withdraw our
accounts." "But," replied tho loador,
"I.have no money tliere. Have you V
"Not a cent," answered the editor;
''but we will withdraw them, anyway."
Tho next duy tho two stalked into the
Harrisburg bank. The editor began,
"Mr. Bankur, 1 undurstand that you
have refused to cash this draft f" "Yes,
air," "Well, I am here tu say that
unless you do so we will both closo our
accounts with your bank at once."
The cashier looked at the two gentlemen iu amazement for a moment, and
then paid the draft. It is a good thing
sometimes to have a stately pi csouco,
-Philadelphia Call.
As nearly as it can be figured out,
the late strike on the Gould railroads
in tho Southwest coat §4,500,000. Of
this Hum §1,000,000 was lost in wages
by the men, And tlm only tiling which
thu strike helped to determine wus
that strikes are u ruinously expensive
method of settling labor, controversies.
(jliii-atjii Journal.
Hailroad earnings for June show a
very handsome gain as compared with
tho corresponding month of last year,
which is good evidence that thu general business of tho country is improving, and is in itself,a promise of I mi iur
times. —Cfordand Leader,
According to a rqecut estimate over
10,000,000 people are victims of the
coca habit, 100,000,000 of the In-h-l-
uut, 40,000,000 of ehickory, 10,000,000
of coffee, 300,000,000 of hiuhuesh and
400,000,000 of opium.
Sparrows have takon possesion "f
tho tall pillars that suppost the elevated railways in New Vork, and theru,
amidst the din of travel, thousands of
little sparrows are yearly hatched out.
Somebody lias figured out thut the
South African diamond crop up to the
present time amounts to six and a half
tuns, valued at .$200,000,000,
IWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Tliis powder novel' varies, A marvel of
purliy.siivii'-thiiiulwIiolci-omeueKs. More
Qcouoinloa) Hum tho ordinary kinds, ami
cannot lie sold In (-oiope'lilou with the
mult It mio of low tost, short -weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only lu eaiis.
Itov.u, ItAIClSU l'owiinu Co., Kill Wall St.,
New Yorlt. tffely
land Registry Ordinance, 1870
Lol NO. 5, Work XV, imi-1 ot lllslrlrl I-ol
Ko. 1*1, In llic Clly nl" Vniiri-liver.
WHEREAS THE OEUTIFIOATE OF
Title of Thomas Matthews to the
al ir i vL'-iiicnt lulled laud has lici-ii destroyed
and application l>as l-cen mado tor a du-
piieato thereof, notico Is therefore horoby
glvop of my intention to issue such duplf-
I'Uti* i-ei-tillciilein Hen of that so destroyed,
unless cause he shewn to the contrary
WlllllilOlie montli from I in- date hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar,
Land llcslsti-v Ollice,
New Westiniuster, Mth July, ISSfl.
Jlyliml
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
l.ol So, -III, Ill-ii-k III, purl ur lHxtrlcl lot
So, Intl. hi Hit- (ily nl' Vancouver.
WHEREAS THK CERTIFICATE OF
Tllle of .James Batt to lite above-
mentioned I,o| lias heen lost or destroyed
and iippllcallon lias been made fora duplicate thereof, notice Is therefore hereby
given lhat a duplicate certificate of title
will lie Issued in lieu of lhat so loator destroyed, unless cause he shewn to the contrary wllh hi one month -from the date
hereof,
It. Vf. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
l.aud Uej-lslryOllice,
Xew Westminster, nnh July, 1880.
JlylOml	
Lund Resist ry Ordinance-1870
l.m So, I, ISIm-k Will, iiml of DlHtrlt-t
I,<il Nil. nm, 111 Uie CUy of Ymicoiivrr.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Tllle of Herbert (Joor-je Ballsonto
the above-mentioned Lot. has boon lost or
destroyed nml uppliealion has been made
for u duplicate thereof, notice Ik therefore
hereby given Uml a duplicate eerillleato
01* title will be issued in lieu of that so lost
or destroyed, unless eause he shewn tn the
contrary within one mpnth from the date
hereof.
It. Vf. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Ilcitlslryonice,
New Westiniuster, Will July, 18BU.
Hyioiiu	
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
Lnl So. -JI, ICIiH-k VIII, pari or ninlrlrt
lot So. inn, in the i'llyof Tnucuurcr.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of Robert Ken-worthy and William IhiElluger to tlie nbovo mentioned
lot bus been lost ordcstroycd.andnppll-
eation has been made for a duplicate
thereof,
Notice Is therefore hereby given that
fulfill tHiplloato oortlfloato of title will he
Issued lu lien nf thut so lost nr destroyed,
unless cause be shown to the contrary
wllliln one month from dale hereof.
R. Vf.   AIIMSTKONQ,
Deputy Registrar.
I,uml Registry Olliee,
New Westminster, -Jllli.July, 1880.
Jlt-Jlml	
E. HUTCHERSON,
NIinSERYjM.VN A HEALER IN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees*
Ladner'8 Landing, B. C.
THE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
form the people of British Columbia
that he has established'!) Nursery at Ladner's Liindln-*, and Ih prepared lo fill
ail orders for Frull Trees, Ornamental
Trees, shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
Ac. Trees imported or home grown according to llio wishes of customers. The
s'lhsi-rihcr lias had a thorough practical
training In the hu-dness, and having a
permanent (take In tho country it is niH
lnteresl to deal fairly with the public. He
will wall upon Ibe various towns and set-
tlemeiils shortly, and all orders will havo
hlspTsonal nltenllon.
nuKHc E. HUTCHERSON.
STORAGE.,,
FORWARDING!
AGENTS FOR C. P. N. OO;
WE ARK NOW  PREPARED TO RE-
eelve, store and aUend to Forwarding Goods from
HOPE TO GRANITE CITY.
Merchants and others consigning gooda
loom-caro will liave our best attention ut
lhe lowest rates,
Eraser & Peters.
Hope, ll.C, April 22, IK80. 24ap1m
WEST END
I'lalii and Fancy
|    iilUlDi    11UD|   UlULUQ)
And Confectionery always on hand.
&RD0EEIBS&PROVISIOBS
Delivered to any part of the City.
irr-HLXiTr -BBOS.,    Columbia Street,
Je-,!l-lo 	
i. S. CURTIS 4 CO.
Wliiik'MiliriininU'liill
DRUGGISTS!
Hew Westminster, B. c.
mh 101c
KONUMENTg
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAH HEEN AP-
I pointed agent In British Columbia for
tliese beautiful monuments-. Full particulars unto prices and designs on application. CHAS. J. ROBSON)
At the Fruit and Confectionery Slore, op-
positerolonlal Hotel, New Westminster*
B. 0. mhillte
New Store!
New Goods!
iriHE SUBSCRIBER having tensed nnd
**• fitted up the Store lately occupied l.y
Mr. French, on Columbia street, (nearly
opposite Dickinson's meat market), begs
to Inform llio peoplo of Now Westminster
and vicinity that lie will nn MomIay,5th
of July, open with a well assorted slock of
fresh and pure GmcorleH, consisting lu
part of—
100 har-s best Flour.
10 barrels Oatmeal.
10 barrels Comment,
10 boxes assorted 1'ohaccoes.
12 boxes assorted Soaps.
(I boxes best L. Raisins.
12 quarter boxes do.
200 lbs currants.
10 boxes of assorted Crackers.
10 cases of best Oil,
TiOO lbs Hams ami Bacon.
Sugars, in   Oranulatcd,  Yellow  C,
Standard A., and   several   other
brands.
Teas, 1 have a choice lot of Congou
auiIJauan; some extremely cheap
for tho quality.
Coffees, of different grades.
Canned Fruits and Meats.
Duckets, Tubs, Brooms, etc.
And all articles usually found iu a (list-
class grocery store, which will bo sold
cheap for cash.
■t-irWANTED at once, MO lbs. Butter
ami 100 dozen Eggs.
je30tc     MARSHALL SINCLAIR.
Closing Out
SALE!
During the next 30
days the balance of
the stock of Clothing,
Dry Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, &c, of the undersigned must be
closed out as I intend
renting the store from
the lst day of August.
Any goods remaining
unsold after that date
will be sold by auction. In the meantime purchasers may
expect good bargains
at cost price, or even
less.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM.
Now Westminster, B. C.
June 22nd, 188C. 2;ijolm
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
V mini ii Ire I api I a I..
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A home"company.
This, Association merits the
confidence the Public is rcpos
ing in it from the following
FACTS;—
The Security offered to policy holders Is
iniHiir-iHHced by nny Company doing lmsl-
nosH In Oanuda,
Itlias nosclicinoHof liiHuranco, but the
wcll-csljibllHlicd lines, hcuee the policy
holders cannot bo misled as to their contracts.
Its Bt&tements to the public can be readily undentood, its ranh statement showing every Item of Iticoino und how expended,
Vm position Ina«oiirlallied annually from
a detailed valuation lu which every Item
of liability In Included.
Hb proftrcss has beon unexampled In
tho lilKtory of Insurance In Canada.
Us policies are Indisputable after three
years, und non-forfeltitble after two years*
exlsteiioc.
Its profits arc distributed upon an euu liable basis. The profits to ono churn of
policy holders aro not lessened to give
larf-cr nronts to any other olass, whicli
method affords superior advuniiiKe«a%*fr
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberal ('ohiHUmi as lo Kml-tence ami
Travel.
J. K. MncDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
Ag.nu, New WeitralnaUi
jn--mo-.ll.MMU,
NOTICE
TS HKUKBI' (HVI-.N ilint application
J, will bo mnde tot lie litiglslntlvo Assom:
bly of tho Province of British Columbia,
nt the next session thereof, for an Act to
Incorporate a company fortho purpose nf
uctlne, manuring and niulntaluliii,*
Water Works at. the term I mil polntof tin*
Canadian Pnoillo Railway'on Coal Harbor
and Km-lisii Hay, and for the purposCK
thereof grunting lothe said company (ho
privilege of totting water from Oapilano
Creek, lliirnnby Lake or other suitable
points, with power Jo tho said company
to luillii lliinicH, lu-ucducts, lay pipes, erect
dams, oomtiro lands, nnd do all other acls
and things necessary for tho purposci.
aforesaid.
EBBIITS A TAYLOR,
Solicitors for Applicants.
Dated ScplcmboriWh, 1885. detlto
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870,
lhe\.', el* Ibe \.''or I.ol ,\o. IJ, Block
III. lu llic Siibnrlis »r Svw IVckIiiiIii-
Hlri* (.Masonic IV met cry).
UrilKUKAR THE CHHTIFICATE OF
Titlo of Joslas Charles Hughes,
Henry Hoy and John Hendry (Trusloes)
lo the -ibovc-inctilionod lnnd has beon
los! or destroyed und anpl lent ion has beon
made for a duplicate thereof; \
Nolle.-- ts therefore horoby given of my
Intention to Issue a fresh Certllleato of
Tllle In lieu of thut so losl or destroyed,
1(11 loss cause lie shewn to the contrary
Wllliln one month from the ditto hereof,
It.  \V. AHMRTUONH,
Deputy Reglstrnr,
Land HcL'Istry Ollice,
New Wesl in I nslcr, :il)l h June, 1880.
,|e:st)m 1
Lnnd Reirisir)- Ordinance- 1S70
Luis Son. 14 anil in, Block VI, part of the
Ton n or (.I'liiivillr, mnr In tbe CHy
or Vaiiniuvcr.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of the Trustees of thc Ilurrnrd
Inlet Congroghtion of the Methodist
Church of Canndn to tho abovo men-
Honed lund has been destroyed, nnd applicnllon hus been made forn duplicate
fhereof j
Notice is therefore hereby givon of my
Intention lo issue a fresti certificate of
title in lieu of lhat so destroyed, aniens
cimse he shewn to the contrary within one
month from Ihu dntc hereof.
ii. w. Armstrong;
Deputy Registrar.
Lund Registry Onice,
Xew Westminster, 17th July.lSStl.
JylTml
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
.miKS FlfJII-'K, Proprietor.
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOMBS,,
TABLETS ANI) CUOSSES, FUK-
NITUItE MAHBI.E, to
Porsons living nl ivOIsln'ico. by Koiitlllig
n.lirsiTiplliiii of ivhnl llu-y wisii, cun linvc
ll"Si;;HS Irl'lH'K, I'll'., flll'lllsllt'll III!  nppllCU-
llnii. All work nii;iriiir!"t'ii i-iinnl Injury
nil tlltr 1'iu.illi- I'nltst, llllll ill. I'Ollsnillltil
I'ntos.  N, Bt—No ngeiils employe*.
(lordon Street, Victoria, 11. (!.
0|rp. SI. Andrew's I'rosbj'toi'Iiin Cliiirolr
__ minute
JOHNS. COX,
Importer and Dealer in
ffancp-'i
WHITE I.I'JfUIOHXS,
brown i.uummjvs.
PLYMOUTH HOCKS,
I.AKUSHAKGS,
Willie Ci-esletl Hlnek Polnlltl.,
Guinea Fmvls,   llnueu Ilmrks,
While Pekin Dneka.
Pit Gnmes, Houilans.
ua-Bli'iln rrnrl Ej-'gn nupnllerl lit low rntes,
mul nil stoek gniininteeil.
Iloynl Avenue, Kust of Douglns 81.
ESTABLISHED lS7i
The West Shore
PBIIB
For the balance of 1885, InoHidlnc tho
liiniiiiiiotli holiday number, lu nil who
BUhserlbe now for 1880,
With lhe January Issue THIS WKS'P
SHOIlKwlllhe^u lishv.'lflh year. Kveiy
nuiiiberciiiiliiln.s nrl-*lnal lllunlratloiiN of
scenery| towns and industries iu the Pacilic Norl h west, cihiii I in;* in excellence the
best »rod net Ions of ICasierii miiifiiKiues.
The contributed m-Uolss, gencrnl litern*
tn re ami stories nreeutcrlalnlnsuiul carefully edited, making tlie unif-uzine a
chaste fumily visitor. The comiiieiits ou
events of lnteresl to Mils region and the
llll-gO iiinniinl of information ennceruink
om-variouij resources uud the ju-ogi-CNii of
(levelo|imeiit kIvOH iu every mini ber render It extremely valuable, No fam 11 j can
nllbrtl to do without 11, and every one fl-
nanclnlly Interested In tlie I'aclllc Norlh-
wost or desirous of lonmiiig ils resources
will llud iMnvaluable.
If Ihe suliseriiil lon price (»2 per year) Is
sent In now you will be enlered for 1880,
and the remainder Of 1885 Will be sent us
a nroiniiim.
L. SAMUEL,
'atl lib)      12*2 Front Btreet, l'ortlund Or.
FIRE
TERMS EASY.
d. s. cuims, aiient,
New Westiiiinstei'.
M, II, COWAN, Seijuetaiiv,
jirllltc
Victorin
Fire! Fire!
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, :?3rd Jnne, 1886,
MR. O, IliillKUTsuN,
Vancouver;
Represent lug QoldlO A Mr'CllllOOll,
(luit, Out,
Pill.—We thc iimlerslfizncd bavliig witnessed ttie terrible fire wlilcli wiped out of
existence the young eity of Vancouver,
on the 1.1th inst,, have, after the lire, ex-
ninliicd the safes sold by yon, some of
which were put lo tho most severe test,
having been surrounded by large i-nant I*
lies of turd nnd bacon, and wc aro plcnUeu
to testify lo the leinarkulile manner In
which overy HnTo sold hy you preserved
its contents, not only books nml papers,
but also thousands of dollars In paper
money were taken out In perfect condition, We can, therefore, with the ([real*
csl feonndonoOrj recommend tlicm as thoroughly lira proof:
L. A. Hamilton, for the Canadian Pacific
Hull way t'o m puny;- M. A. MiicLean,
Mnyor; .lolm J, HIake, Htlpondlnry Ma-
glstrute; Itlch'd. Alexander, .Tustfco of
thoFouco; .lohn Houlthcc, Police Magistrate, City of Vancouver; Thoinus Dunn,
Jusllco of lhe Peace; Isanc Johns, Col.;
Kdwnrd Ifl, Hand. Ren) I'slule Ilrokcr;
R. lialfour, Aliierinaii; .lohn Ituiiklu,
Real 1-Male llroker; Pither A Kdson,
Royal Hotel; IT. F, Keefer, Contractor,
C. K It,; J, W. McFarladd, Port Moody,
to Vancouver and Knglish Bny; F. 0.
Innes tt Co,, Real Estate Brokeni; A. Vf,
Ross, Real Estate Broker; Gravely A
Hplnks, Real Estnte Rrokers; R. O. Foi
guson, Mgr. R. O. P, Mills. '        JoDOto
British Columbian
STEAM
PRINTING
ESTABLISHMENT,
Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C.
BOOK,
JOB, and
COMMERCIAL
PRINTING
 OF	
Every Description
PllOMPTIiY KXECUTRP
-IN-
FIRST-CLASS STYLE
Bili Heads,
Circulars,
Letter Heads,
Envelopes,
Cards,
Tags,
Posters,
Programmes,
Legal Blanks,
Show Cards,
Books,
And all Sorts of Plain
or Colored Work.
/"VUR FACILITIES FOR
COMMERCIAL PRINTING
Are far beyond tliose uf any other utab-
Hflhment on tbo Mainland, and our prloei
will compare favorably with tboie of
Victoria.
Done on the Premises,
We liave a tint-elan RULING MA-
CHINK, and are prepared to rule all
kind a of forma to order.
«r Plain Binding neatly done.
D. ROBSON & CO.
TiPearson&IJo,
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
—IMfORTBHS AND I'K1 ],K«» IH—
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
Magazines,
Toys, etc.
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,   and  second   to  no
House in British Columbia.
 SOLE AGKNTS FOE	
The Henry F. Miller Fiauo,
Of Boston,
The Dominion Orp,
Of Bowmanville. Out.,
And agents for all the leading Amorican
PIANOS & ORGANS
SPECIAL FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
On the prembee, as neatly and cheaply
an at any othet establishment in the
Province.
—AGENTS   FOK	
Confederation Life Aieurance Co.
North British and Mercantile Fire
Insurance Co.
-—•-Agents for Firat-Oli
FBE ui EGLMOOF SATES
BHlPriXfi   RKCKIPTS,
DKKD8, KOKT-UUKB,
BILLS OP SALE,
CUSTOM HOUSE ILAXKS,
1USKB, FROM. H0TK8,
ORDERS, RECEIPTS,
And .11 kinils ol Bl.nk Book, mil Blink
Forms ou hand.
 All the Leading	
NEWSPAPERS
 AND	
PERIODICALS
Regularly received.  Buburiptioni tak.n
(or any Publication at owwt rata.
Stf W. import direct from mauufao<
tunn, aid cannot lw undersold In thi.
ProvluM.
T. R. PEARSON & 00.,
COLUMBIA   STKKKT,
Itw  WMtai-uter, B, 0.
(Mil)
Cloii! Mi
WHITI
THE CLOTHIER,
Has Juat Received
OVER 300 MEN'S SUI1
A Large Quantity of
Boys' and Youth
Clothing!
7 Cases of American
FELT    HAT
Also, a full line of
BENTS' FURNISHING GOO
 HE NOW HAS	
The Beit Assortment lu the ab
line erer exhibited In Xew
Westminster.
LATEST  ST-jS-XjZ
At Lowest Possible Trices for Cnslr
Call Karlj, awl Hoke Yonr Krirrl
Oouimim Sheet Opp. Bask of B. C
0.
Importer and Dealer in
Fiily Gun
 AND—
PROVISIONS
Imported in quantii
First-Glass in quali
Sold at Bottom Pri(
The best Place in t
Oity to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEl
Deane's Urick Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.
nib.
PACIFIC
COLUMBIA STREET.
New Westminster, B.
HAVING PURCHASED tlie B:
smithing business lately currie
by W. R. Lewis, and the Pacific
riage Works, carried on 'by Johnsto
Smith, wc nre 'prepared to manufiti
all kinds of
Farm Wagons,
Carriages,
Phaetons.
Buggii
Express Wagons,
Drays, Carts,
Stages,
And ovui'y tiling in the vahicle I
on the shortest notice and itt r
.onable prices.
We also keep in stock tho al
articles, and all kinds of Wu
and Oarrirgo Material.
Kept-Iritis*, rali-tlm-- 4 Tri
tnltl*- done at reasonable prices.
BLAGKSMITHING
In all its branches. Farmers', 1
gers', Mill and Oontraot Work,
Horseshoeing undertaken; Agri
tural Implements, and everytl
in the blacksmith line mnde to or
We also keep in stock to sut
the trndo,—Iron, Steel, dumber!
Oonl, Chain, Horse and Ox 8h
Steel and Iron Harrow Toeth, 1
rows, Springs, Axles, nnd it cotnp
stoek of Carriage Hardware,
Having secured flrst-class wi
men, wo feel confident of giving
isfaction.
All material and work lca\
the shop will be guaranteed f
olass. Orders from the cout
promptly uttended to.
mhSto     REID & 0URRI1

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