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British   Columbian.
VOLUME 1
NEW "WESTMINSTER, B. C, TUESflAY EVENING, AUGUST 24, 1886.
NUMBER 21
itigl. €olumbiaiv ID
McLEAN, M. D.
Tuesday Ewahu. An««»l »4. ISM.
The assessment returns for the
city of Montreal furnish some interesting statistics. The city's population is 140,747, of whom 103,
579 are Roman Catholics and 37,-
168 Protestants. Of the Protestants, 14,338 aro adherents of the
Church of England, 11,597 Presbyterians, and 5,227 Methodists. The
total assessed value of real estate is
*87,227,00O. Of. this the Catholics
own $30,619,800 und tho Protestants 834,813,700.
Confucius lived 'SOO years before
Christ' and his tenchings and precepts from the Chinese Bible held
.worldly advancement of little account and sought to attain rather
the moral; than tlie material elevation of mankind.' Even now few
Ohinese will admit that the European standard of morality is equal
to their own. (Jliristianity'they consider to be a good enough religion in
as far as, liko Buddhism and other
native cults, it tenches men to do
gootl, hut they cannot see that in
practice it has made much impression upon: the nations of Europe,
Their own country has seldom waged
an offensive wtjr, while all Europe
appears to them au armed encampment. England prides herself upon
her religion and her big ships of
war; France sends her missionaries
, far into the interior, and her torpedo
boats cruise around the coast und
sink all tbe unoffending junks that
come in their way. Tliis is, of
course, the unfavorable side of European character us it presents itself
to the ordinary Chinaman. He
does not, however, fail to discern
onr good as well as our bad points.
That we are truthful he knows well
by experience, und that no bribe
will tempt un Englishman is a thing
he often regrets, but never fails to
admire. Though he does not altogether accept our ideas of progress,
still he is willing to adopt some of
our inventions. Steamers are rapidly supplanting the clumsy junks,
and one very large and nourishing
line is entirely supported by native
capital and conducted by native
talent.—The Nineteenth Century.
All that the Tory party could do
to excite the moro inflammable portion of the Ulster Orangemen was
done. They were told by the local
Tory chiefs, scions of tlio Tory
houses of Abercorn nnd Enniskil
len; etc, that their liberties, civil
and religious, were in danger; that
the Catholics meant to establish
home rule, to break up the empire,
to make Ireland the basis of hostile
military operations against England,
to deprive all Protestants of their
property, and reduce them to a condition Worse than slavery. Lord
Randolph Churchill and Lord Hartington made violent speeches in
Belfast. And Lord Salisbury himself, when at a London meeting
, Major Saunderson talked of lining
the roads from Belfast to the Boyno
with armed Orangemen, declared
that he believed that these Orangemen meant what they said, and
spoke approvingly of it. One of
Lord Randolph's sayings was, "Ulster will fight, Ulster will be right."
Lord Salisbury really suid us much.
Yet now, because u few thousand of
the inhabitants of one city thus
prepared to do-battle; liave indulged
in murderous rioting, Lord Salisbury said at the Lord Mayor's banquet, "Every day's news reminds us
tliht Ireland is not yet inhabited by
a concordant and homogenous people." When he spoke of "relieving
the loyal people of Ireland from the
constraint exercised upon them by
riot or by outrage and intimidation,"
every one must have felt that he included amongst those he called loyal,
the men who attacked the police so
furiously iu the streets of Belfast,
and the landlords, their agents and
myrmidons, who nro even now busy
in all the provinces evicting unfortunate tenants, whom tlie payment
of exorbitant rents has kept for
years on the verge of starvation.
These only he Intimates are to be
protected.—Globe:
Ofpioe — McKenalo St., opposite tlie
Lockup, iimioenck—Agnes St., first iloor
east of Mr. Cunningham's,   ,
Ja30tc Now Westminster, B. C.
H
91. COOPER, B. A.,M. D„
rOTSICIAN ts BUBGEON.
OFFIOE ami ItESlDENCE-Cliureh St.
tneit 'floor to Farmers' Home), near
Columbia St,, New Westmlnsler, 11.0.
OFFICE HOUHR-Sto 10a. in.; lto3and
•fl.*** to s p. m. Calls In town and country promptly attended to. fe2to
D'
H. If. WELSH,
DENTIST,
Colonial Hotel,
New Westminster, II. O. ap28tc
ni   F. uuinn,
DENTAL SUIWEON.
Alt ilentiil operations  performed In a
skilful manner.  .  .'.
Offiok at tlio Colonial Hotel,   dwanfltc
p E. C. BROWN,
DENTIST.
OFFICE—Over D. 8. Curtis is Co.'s Drug
Store, Columbia St., New Westminster.
Hours-mo 12; 1:30 to 7.
Will visit Chilliwhack the lirst Monday
and two following days In each month.
Teeth painlessly extracted.   aill2
■WOULD * Mc'JOM,,
BARRISTERS,
SOLICITORS, ETC
Ofllce, Mckenzie Street, New Westminster,
and Vancouvor, B. C. Jj'llldwte
c. Mcdonough,
FRONT STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
Dry Ooods, Crooerlea,
Provisions, Crockery,
Glassware, Boots & Shoes,
&c, Ac.
THE I1EST GENERAL STORE IN THE
CITY-TRY IT.
Farm Produce taken at highest prices.
 dw-Jlyilltc       	
AUSTIN BRIGE,
Carpenter & Builder
Pinna tad Bueclfltntlons for all
kinds of Buildings carefully Prepared.
JOBBING NEATLY AND CAREFULLY EXECUTED.
AU orders left at Occident Hotel, or at
the shop of \V. Johnson, Columbia street,
will receive prompt attention. Your favor solicited. je9to
C
TXT*   NORMAN DOLE,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Land Agent, Money to Loan.
Columbia Street,
w2ta New Weatmlnater, B.O.    {
A    R, HOWSE,
A. Formerly Howse, Hill A Rlckman, i
j begs lo announce that lie will resume bus* :
; tnessas
Surveyor, Real Extate Broker aad
t'-Mvcyimccr
On nnd after the 21st Instant.  Ofllce, New .
I Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Port Moody,
I  gelgtc  . !
]   JOHN PKNBERTIIY.
MINING ANP LAND SURVEYOR,
ACCOUNTANT and
GENERAL AGENCY OFFICE,
Maps and Drawings nealy executed.
Ilafttinff" Slreet. Vancouver, B.C. j
m   J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,      j
Oolumbia Street New Westminster ;
J.A.CAWLEY&C0.
HAYING PURCHASED TIIK
Shingle Mill .„a
Pump Factory
At POPCUM, are prepared to execute all
Orders promptly and to the satisfaction
of their customers.
All kinils of n Itvivc done le order.
J. A. CAWLEY 4 CO.
jaoic POPCUM, B. C.
Tacoma, Washington Ter.
BOABIHNC & DAY SOHOOL FOK
BOYS & YOUNG MEN.
THE RT. REV. BISNOPPADDOCK, 0.0., RECTOR !
riHRISTMAS TERM BEGINS SEPT. 2, J
\J ISM. The following Ilpnnrlinents
thoroughly tnllglitJ-I.ANOUAOES (Ancient llllll Modern); .ENOLISII (Composition, Rhetoric, etc.); M.VrilHMATKJS
(Pure and Apiilledl; SOIENOE (Ohemla-
Physlcs, Botany, etc.);  BUSINESS
FURNITURE
W.WOTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
ALI. KINDS OE FURNITURE.
!   COTTAGE TO RENT
SPENCE'S BRIDGE, B. O.
1
(BooK-kecplngj  Pfinfttnnslilp, Commor-* , U01«e-
— I.,,      ttalll....Alln        fr.*.,.... Inn fin      U !.>.*».
rial  ArltlmiHIr'.  ,' %|'hII.I.n.c, Kti'.rt-
haml. etc.): MUSIC  (Vocal and Instni-
liiiriitiil); DRAWING.
For terms address
PROF. J. TAIT,
JlyJStc Principal.
REMOVED
JQf-To shop lately occupied by Mr. Darcy,
Columbia Street.
Call and examine our slock and prices
In-fore l-uyli)-.'.   Wc can't Lie UNDERSOLD
In tbo city.   Repair!iifrofi.II kind-* neatly
W. PROTHHRO 4 CO.
J. G. BUNTE,
Importer und Dealer in
1 GEO.
 OF THE—
'VIOTOBXi
Hno appointed tlie Undoralgiied his
Agent for Mew West ml lister City nnd
District-
Ail Orders by Mall Or otherwise will bo
promptly attondcii to.
liesif-ns, Samples of Material ami Pi'Irjes
furnished on application.
C. R. MONCK.
New West., Mny 31st, 1880. Jn'Jic
Spring, Hnlr, Wool ana Straw
MaUreiae* to Order.
Blanket*. Chamber Sets, Window Shades;
(HI Cloths, Matting] Wall Paper,
Baskets, Bird Cagep Flower I'otc,
Hanging Bumkcih, Pic!met*,
Frames, Bracketl*;,
Baby carriages, el<•.
I'Murcs framed nud llt-palrlug done
to order.   Also,
Undertake i; Embalming a specialty,
Ploase give una cull before pure I. using
elsewhere. J, a. BUNTE,
Opposite Post Oflico, Columbia Street,
tipl7tc X<JW Westminster.
MfE BEO TO INFORM YOU THAT
J - we have le»sed the Morton House
j at Spence's Bridgo irom Mr. Murray and
; Hint it is newly fltteil up anil comfortably
| furnished, Wp would respectfully solicit
; your patronage and wc promise If yon
| will fuvor us with it to do all wecau to
I satisfy you in every respect, Mrs. Held,
j who lias had ifllich experience, will at-
| tend in the culinary-Uimrlnunt.
| We remain, yo\tts respectfully,
1 Je2,1m5 | I1EID A NEFF.    j
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVINOUTAKBN   POSSESSION OF
the "Temperance House,"fronting
1 on Columbiaiint! Church Streets,opposite
i tho Episcopal Church, and now known
its tbe
FARMERS'HOME!
1 Will accommodate the traveling public
j at the following rates:
N A PLEASANT PART OF TIIK CITV.
Apply to
WOODS, TURNER A GAMBLE.
oj)28le_
FOR SALE:
tin   ACRES- IMPROVED   FARM.-
•fxt)     Easy Terms.   Apply to
\V. (.'. MCDOUOALL,
Jlll2tn Elgin P.O.
FOR_SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANO-
leySaw and Planing Mill; mil] In
good order. For particular-, apply on the
premises to H. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplSto AHKLMCKKN, Victoria.
Single Meals	
Beds	
     25
aa.Go.-d accommodation for Ladles and
families.                                          my9tc
TEMPERANCE
 RESTAURANT
i.w. heckley      Cor. Mary and Columbia Sts.
FINE, LIGHT, LARGE OPERATING
room; doing a good bus in ess; wfll be
sold at a bargain.
For particulars address
JOHN UREN,
dwmtlflttil      NewWestminster, U, c.
Land for Sale!
BETWEEN FIVE AND SIX THOU-
sand Acres of the very best Alder-
bottom and Prairie Land, In Township U,
NewWestminster lUstrlct. Will be sold
In one block or In subdivisions to suit,
ou very liberal terms. Apply to HENRY
MATHERS, New WestmiusterCity.
 dwJIyiMtna
For Sale or To Rent.
All commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best references
given when required. mbl2-tc
VV. D. FERRIS,
LANS, BOUSE til GEM AGENT
Rent nnd Debt Collector.
8KVKRAL GOOD FABMS FOB BALK.
Aval ror III-  TK.it £»:■-*. Mm aad
A'JtJIDKNT l>SI KAMI. COMPANY,
Hurt-art*, t'aaa.
omCEl-Forrle Street, New Westminster, felto
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHABP STREET • VIOTORIA.
AOUN-T9   JOB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
HU Flnslmry Circus,
Loiulon, E. G.
H. KRLLS,
Manufacturer A Importer of
BOOTS  AND
SHOES
LaillrV, «ent*t\   Misses' and t'lilldreu's
Roots, Shoes aad Gaiters
Mado to Order and Kept on Hand,
COLUMBIA 3TREET, ~ OPfc HYACK HALL
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C.
mtHto
Art Studio!
BOVILL BROS.
HAVK .TOST OPENED
Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
jw-Jiysit"
WRAUSTIN,
DEALER IN
General Merchandise!
Peebles* Heckley
'NEAR MERCHANTS' SQUARE)
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
—AND—
UPHOLSTERERS
Spring and Wool Mattresses and
Bedding itlwajs oa hand.
HAVE ON HAND THE     .
LIHIJKSI   Ul) IIK8T STOCK OF lit
XITIIBK OS TIIE 111IMIVD.
Gslliniiles tur oilice mul Slore KIhIiikh
Wc ntiriinnc nilillnir rtnlcrliikiiii;.
  Jjyato
SUN   LIFE
MISS KUMEHY HAS OPENED A
(Irst-clusK BonrillUK Houko and Kck-
laurani in tbepremisosformerly occupied
by Mr. W. II. Keary.
Boarders taken by the day or woek, and
patrons of tbe Iiouse secure all tlio com-
; fnris of a borne.
!    Meals served nt all  reasonable liours.
: Hot cento and lislit refreshment*. Free
reading room  at inched,    Minn Bumcry
pm-sonally superintends the cooklne.
TERMS MODERATE.
j mhlltc.	
; E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN &DEALEUIN
i Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
Ladner's Landing, B. O.
i mHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN- !
! JL form tlie people of British Columbia j
: tbat be has established a Nursery at Lad- |
! hit's Lnuding, and is prepared to All ;
i all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental j
'■ Tr-'cs, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits, i
; Ac. Trees imported or home grown ac- j
■ cording to thc wishes of customers. The
subscriber lias hud a thorough practical
j training In the business, and having n
Fiermanent slake In the country it Is nis
merest to deal fairly wit It tbe public. He
1 will wait upon tlio various towns and set-
! tlemcntH shortly, and all orders will have
liis personal attention.
aul'Jtc E. HUTCHERSON.
THE UNDERSIGNED offers n Farm for
for salo or rent. Also. Witch Cows
and young Cattle, Hogs, and a few young
Horses. There are several pairs of good
steers I hat would make excellent working
oxen. Also, one of Hie largest nnd best
Bulls In the province. The stock Is all
very gentle.
M. NICHOLSON,
mhiltc Mount Lehman P.O.
For Sale-160 Acres.
N. Vf. CORNER LOT 7, SEC. 7.
SITUATED CLOSE TO SEMIAHMOO
Bay. The best kind of soil for farm-
; Ing; slopes south-west; easily drained;
brush nud elder on the south side; about
| -il acres burnt 4 or 5 yenrs ago and some
'since. Timothy growing about *Jor5 feet
; high; nbout ai ncres with large timber on
; north side; will be valuable ns. a rail-
; way terminus bofore many yoars.
For particulars apply to
WM. RAE,
d-niuhnlx NewWestminster.
A large Assortment of
DRY GOODS
OF   CANADA.
Business of fife-* life Department.
Income, *.110,lB7.(Vi:  Increase, ?ll,007.to.
Arrscl«,SI,tll,«H.;t1;  Increaso, 8IIW.e07.01).
New Wo Applications, J2,eoB,071.«;  Increase, sfeiun.
LUi! Policies 111 force, '7,l«0,878.77j   III-
crense, 3l,IHI,'7t.7Jl
A< IIIHJVT 1IKIMU1 HIJVT.
ESTABLISHED IS59.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
PITT & CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
—AND—
General Commission Ag'ts
VANCOUVER. B. O.
WANS .NEGOTIATED.
  fe27lo '	
Woodi, tornBrfi DamUo
LAND SURVEYORS,
Kent  Estate,  Insurance and
Commission Agents.
FIDE, LIFE, ACCIDEHT A MARINE INSURANCE
COLUMBIA STREET,
Telcplione.'U. NEW WWtmiJWTKK. i
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
Man uf aet ii rer and Dealer In
Boots and Shoes
LEATHER & FINDINGS.
All Kinds of Hides and Skins Oak
and Hemlock Tinned.
CASH PAID FOU HIDES AND SKINS.
On liuml always n gooil supply of Leather both of niy own munufiwluro antl
Imported.
I havo Kt-curoil tliu RerVlOOK of Mr. Win.
Itnrnett to ififperilitem) the onutom ro-
alrln« ili'partineut.
.IAMBS HOirsSRAU,
Columhla St., New Won!minster.
(ilw*au2j,I)	
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
WHOLESALE AND HETAIL.
HOOII AMD COAL ItKUVKKEIt TO
ANV I'AKT 1»F THE CITV.
| Nenrly Opposite tbe Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
y- In I
Ity lutroiiuolngit-s popular Unconditional l.ifi- rolii-viln- Sun slmu-eil itself one
of the most liberal Institutions of iin kind
iti tlie world. It maintains this reputation hv following thu mime coiii-Hc iu itH
AiH-l-h-nt Department. It offbis to the
public Incomparably
Tfei-M-vM Libernl* MmliMfbrwnril, In.
teehalnnl Aeeidenl roller In i:\Mener.
Tlio following are a few of tlie points of
''' I superiority: •
____ _    -—- -       FiFTRn* Days ov Quack aro allowed.
HSLTT    SLUCL    FeSd. I (See condition 1).   No oilier Company '
-j-*j.cM^    »-»-'-*»v*v-»-   -^  ■w-W'**!- i Anu.,.|C,ul|iowsonolimir.
i    Bonus—should no claim be made for
live war*-, (he sixth ycur'a assurance will
bo allowed froe of charge, If the ago Is i
I under O-'i.   (See condition   2).   Very few ]
j otlior Companies givo thin privilege. | IJCATC    AUn   UCrCTADICO
Policies Not VoiDKn by engaging hi   Mt A I O   Any   ffCUClADLto
a more hazardoun occupation timn that    ",fcP, ' V    ""*    ,i'w-fc ■ «■»*•*■*»'
assured against.   For particulars see Policy. This advantago euu  bo obtained
hardly any where else,
Hksipknce —More liberal conditions
than given by uny other Company in Am-
ori en.
FOR   SALE.
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
Lot 7, situated on Provost street, between Mary and McKenzie streets, now
in the occupation of Capt.Orant; Contains
8 rooms with fisiml unices.
Valuable City Lots.
Forms near City.
Farms on Pitt Meadows.
Farms on Mud Bnv.
80 acres of Land ut Whonock Huilwuv
Station.
7*1 acre* of valuablo Land 2 miles from
City on Hustings Hoad; KM cords of Cedar could be cut.
Apply to
CAPT. PITTENDRIGH,
Je33to     Land Agent, New Westminster.
T
HE  LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
FORSALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FKOM LADNER'S
Landing;, on thc Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads running through
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de22tc Ladner's Landing, B.C.
We run two stages dally, except Sundays,
to Port Moody, carrying H.M.S. malls.
As no liquor or tobacco is used wecan hy
temperate habits and careful economy
servo tho publie at especially low rates.
settle
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
F. CRAKE,
PHACTICAL
WALSH
- A.M'-
The Mel Tailor   jeweler,
Columbia St., New Hfjitiiilimlcr.
COLUMBIA STRFET.     NEW WESTMINSTER,
Oppooile riiliillllKlluiii A Vo'n,
R
All iutunuitiiiniil confcl'uncu halt jimt
taken jiluou nt Ainatcnliun wliiuli wis I
Hummonod to wmiigo for tliu.auppriw- i
alon of the Hutting drinking uiilouin ,
which lure Won creating mich havoc ■
among the soumen of the tislung dcutR
in the North Son.   These nnlornn were !
fitted up on vessels specially arranged
for the purpoae and wero provided with
ilistilleriea ou board ao aa to avoid laying nny duty.   The dologatea of thc
British, Oernuui, Froncli, Dutch and
Belgian governments liavo now decidod
that nny retailing of liquor to tho fishing-boat fioeta at aoa shall be conaid-
ored  na a felony and punishable as
auoh.    But if it is bod for. the fishermen on the aooa, isn't it bad also fer
the peoplo on land!
i     ■•   —.—*——
For Salo 1000 kbarnls and kits cheap,
Apply at this oflico. aplOtc
RAND BROS.
HAI. KSTATK BROKERS,
Conveyancers, Collector!,
And Insurance Agents,
Offices at VICTORIA: ForlStrool,
NKW WKSTMIN8TEBJ Coium-
Ilia Bt,, npponlto Post Offloe.
VANCOUVER, Conlova Street. I
ntlll.niNO LOTS ror snlo In nll sections !
of Vancouver anil Now Westminster Clly. I
KABM LANDS ot superior' qunlity tor I
salo  at  Clillllnliinrh,   Port   Hammond,
Isinalcy, Matsqui, sumns, Mud Bay,Ladner* Landing, Lulu Islnnd, Nortii Arm I
und Pitt Hlvor*
Maps and Finns oxlilltlled and tlio ful',- j
est Information furnlslicd nt nll onromces r
firffltc        ;
NOTICE.
THR PARTNERSHIP EXWTINO HK-
twi'i'ii Itolaiiil Ryder and I .like (lib*
son, IHncksmlths, Hope, has lieen dis-
solved by mutual eonsent.aml lhe liusl-
ue.iH will ho enrried on in fnlure by I.uke
(Jlbson wlm will eoileetaiid pay all debts
against tho said nnn.
ROLAND RYDER.
LUKKflinsON.
Witness:   A Milium:  11, Coei-Kit, .1 a si km
WAniu.K,
Hope,July '26,W(l. jlyillml
HAVING JUST RECEIVED OUR NEW
Bpring Stoek, wo Invlle Inspection of
| the finest seleellnn of
KhrUkIi. Scolch,  (ierman, Irrnrli,
SiOX UF TUB BIG WATCH.
anil Amrrlran
B^-SUITINGSI
Ever shown In Now Westminster. We
have secured the services of MR. HUGH
O'HAGAN,a prnetieal Cutteiwbnlias liad
long experience In I.nndi)iill,ai'U1and llio
leading eastern cities, nnd foruGOOD KIT
nnd artist le stylo we defy oom pet It lun (
mbSOto THOS. WALSH.
PIO N K R H
WM. H. VIANEN
HAS ALWAYS (IN  1IAN11 A UOOD
supply of
Fresh and Salt  Water I'lsli.
O-A.JMJ10 JUN* SJltJA-eON.
11KALKK IN  SKINS  ANII I'KI.THIKH.
Plll'ullilscs will liu ili'llvi'l'i'it irr any pril't
of ttie uity fr rf I'liinifc.        il'JIyillyl
»e-|,.\TK MANAGER FOB HAVAdK A
LYMAN, MONTHF.AI..
(Iiroiiiiiiit'li'rs, Itrpeatcra, I'lirnno-
ri apbfrs, and All Hno Wiilfli
repairs n Specially.
ANY ONE HAVINO WATCHES Wllloll
imve liooii Injured hv Incompetent
waii'lr ropolrei* oan lie made equal to now
again. JKWT.I.ItYofall kindsmiiilrand
icpnlrcil, All work wnrraiili'il; olmrcps
mniltrinti'.   Kstlinatesglvpiifroeofoliargo.
«K^a,W.tl.THAM, K,.ISI\, anil cither
*^-**S* Wiiiclii's and .ii'wcir.1 cheaper
llnui any ullirr luinstr In ll. f.
LAWKS' SOLID 12 OAHAT OOLD A M-
KIUL'AN STUM WINniNII WATCHES,
ai'iruiati'lliiii'lii'cpi'rs, $.'15; usual price, **S.
ili'lllo	
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON,
Miiuiifactui-eis mid Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
|   NEW WESTMINSTER, 1!. 0.
«. MMMIUV, TH0IM8 WORKMAN,
Mannnlnif Director. President,
A. E. 1MUIK, Uoneral Agont,
Vlclorln, 11 ('.
JOHN O. MCLEOD. Audit.
jlyHsic New Westminster, 11. (J.
: For hest Teas to Coffee
OO TO
SINCLAIR'S,
COLUMBIA ST.
I For all kinds of
Canned Ooods,
SINCLAIR'S,
COLUMBIA ST.
For Fruits and
Confectionery,
SINCLAIR'S,
COLUMBIA ST.
For all kinds of
Fancy Groceries,
no Tu
SINCLAIR'S,
l'01.I'M 111 A ST.
For best Tobaccos,
SINCLAIR'S,
Clll.l'MllIA  ST.
For flour. Meal, Sugar, Hams,
Karon, and Family flrocnrlu
genorallj', solo
RINCLAIH'S, Cnl nm Ilia St.,
Wlioso IIIOJlO Is "Onlclt Hales and Smnt]
Protlts," wlilcli Is tlio in'si prinoipal to do
business. itw-iunito
Store to Let.
LOWEST POfjtSIBIiE TRICES.
Just Opened.
For Sale!
(ON  EASY TERMS)
0 span of Work Horses,
10 Car Mules,
6 Team Mules,
4 Saddle Horses,
i yoke Work Oxen,
1 Carriage Team,
I I'iano In good order,
3 Dump Carls with Iron Axles,
A number of second-hand Wheel
Barrows,
I Bm keye Mower (new),
I lllilra nay Bake.
Tor particulars applyto
T. J, TltAl'P,
myllttc Auctioneer, N. W.
Every Man lo his own Business
*|   j*-.   FEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
A fl COLUMBIA   STREET
An yy WPP coloniai, norm).
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. O.
Stoves&Tinware
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Gas-Fitting & Plumbing
A SPECIALTY.
NO. 71 COLUMBIA STUEKT,
dwauJIIc     Hiillimnli's Hlnne Bnlldlng.
asroTicB.
T
1IK HTOnE NOW OCCUPIED BY tl.
l.i'Uif-r.oppnstli- thfi rulonlnt  Hotel.
lOni-iiIri
I tlio profiilsow.
TiUIUNU  MY ABSRNOK PHOM THK
\J  l'rovliicc, my son, 'f..!. ArmstroHBf*
I hohls mv |iowi'i*nf iilldini'viiUiMntlits in.v
] nptiolntnioiit at- licimty ah.-rlM*.
Vf, .T. A11MHTUONO.
i    .tnly lJWli.liwn. jlyUin!!
Physlclniis' PrescriptIobr snd Fim-
II)- Rcclpn a Specialty.
N   B. —■ Only Uonuine Drugi used.
Ovor twenty veara'expcrlonco.    mr2S
NOTICE
1 IS HERtiBY GIVEN thnt flpplloatloU
1 will lit* made tothe l-VKlMlntlvc Aksimii-
uly of the Provlnoo of British Columhlu,
iit the next nphnIoii thereof, for nn Aet to
Im-orpni-iile 11 compnny for the purpose of
i*i mst ni i-i! im, iniumj'iii-'ninl mnlntnltihig
Wuter Works at. the terminal point of the
t'aiiaiMiui I'lieltleUalhvayonconl Hnrhor
1 und English Bay, nntl for tho pttrponei*
thereof i-riiiitlnc[ to the mid eompany the
, urlvJloKfl o( taking wnter from Caplliuio
I'rrok,llurniihy Lake or other suitable
polnt-ft-wlth power tothe said eoinpany
fn iiiill-l tluinei-.nqnedueli-,lay plpos,erect
.In in n, ot-iulre IhiiiIk, and do alt other nets
and things neeoBHury for lhe purposes
nfoiviuld.
EBERTS A TAYLOR.
Solicitor*) for Applleantn.
Dated September SOth, 1S85. defltc
BOYS WANTED.
once to Hill  the  Dnllv ('o)uniblan,
Apyly nt Thl« Otlice. dmil-tln NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Fall Ory Ooods D. Drysdalo 4 Co.
Timber Licenso A.M. Iliii'«ess
Land llesistry Ordinance, 1870.
Svtilg fritish Columbian
Tuesday Evening, Annul J4. 18WI.
Experimental Fish Growing- j
We learn from Mr. .Mowatt, in- j
speotor of Usherim, tlmt it is tlie
intention   of   tlm  fisheries department to experiment in the mutter of j
growing   lobsters in these waters. I
A   few   will be brought out next
spring unci  placed in Bodwell Bay, |
11111111111   Inlet, aud Saunioli Ann, j
Vancouver Island, to test the fensi
bility of transporting them across
the continent in a healthy condition.
Au attempt will also bo made to cultivate in some of the bodies of fresh :
water   in   the province white lish,
which are caught in the great Cann
dian lakes.     The eggs of tliese lish
will lie brought out here and placed
in the hatchery where they will be j
cared   for till sufficiently grown to |
light   their   own  way through the
world.    It is also the intention of
the department to introduce sockeye
salmon and speckled trout, peculiar
to this province, into the waters of
tho eastern part of the Dominion.
Tenders for a Urease lo etal TlililK'1'.on
lliiiuliilonLands la Die rrovlnre.-
er Brllish fnliitiitiin.
SEALED TEHBEHS ADDRESSED TO
llio imuersTgtlod nnrl marked "Teniler
nf 11 Timber Ilerllr," will Irr' reci'lverl nl.
Mils Offleo uulll norm nn Monday, tlio 1st
ilnv of November rrr'M, fin' four timber
bertlisof toll square inllr'.-r er'.r'li, more nr
loss, numbered resjieellvely J, .1,8rrnrl 11,
sllunli'il on Klcklirs Horse ttlyor, nml
Oiler Trill Ureeli, n li'lbulrrr.v of lire Mek-
1 ns llnrsr' Hlver. nenr l-'lelil 11 ml Oiler Tall
Stations, 011 tin! line rrl lire Canaillnii I'll-
cine Railway, In ibe Province oi llrlllsh
Columblu.
Hketelii's sliewlnB Ihi' position, apimixl-
liiall'lv.nf tliese berllis, loni'lber Willi Ibe
orrndilloirs on wlrlelr Iliey will be licensed,
may be obtained.-it tbis Ileimrlmenl orat
tlir' Crown Timber Ullirvs, Winnie's, Cnl-
eni'V. N. W. T.j nnrl New Westmlnsler,
lirilisli Colnnihlii.
A. M. BURGESS,
Deputy of.lb"? Minlslerof Ibe Interior.
IreplirliiH'iltot tlie I
Oltnwn, lllll Anrj
..'lior,
-I. IsSrJ.       ,liiUJ!ltlO
Public Notice
linster Fublic Lil
Halls and Mall Clerks.
On account nf an edict of thu
postal department which requires
the mail clerk to "stay witli" the
Victoria mail bug, the eastern mail
for this city (lid not arrive till 22
o'clock last night, over eight hours
behind time, The Victoria Img
stopped it Port Hammond to he
placed on thc llithet, and as the
mail clerk had to stop with it, there
was no one to deliver the Port
Moody, Vancouver, and New AVest-
minster mails when the train arrived
at Port Voody. Such delays, especially in tlie matter of mails, are
exceedingly annoying to the public,
and as they are unnecessary it is to
be hoped this thing will not lie repeated. Ity the way, the order for
the mail clerks to proceed to Victoria is a little remarkable, seeing
that they have nothing to do over
there and that their expenses are
greatly increased in consequence. It
would' be interesting to have some
one explain why the order is made
and for whose benefit. \Vhen tlie
winter months come on and the
Victoriu boat lias to encounter a
northeaster or tlie tail end of a
Manitoba blizzard in the gulf, and
the train goes off without connect
ing with her and without a mail
clerk on board, if will show how
beneficial is the order that makes
this official travel on eacli tri]) 170
miles more than is necessary, and
that at the expense of his rest and
pocket and the public interest.
A Boom Town.
When everything was Ij-ooming in
Manitoba a few years ago, and everybody Iwlieved himself to bt! within
easy reacli of a magnificent fortune,
Portage Lu Prairie went ahead with
wonderful strides. The country all
around for miles was laid out as a
city plot, lots were sold at fabulous
prices, immense blocks were erected
in out-of-l he-way places, and heavy
investors sat and waited for customers and for spoils. Hut they waited
iu vain. The great boom collapsed
hefore Portage La Prairie had expanded sufficiently or taken root
enough to give ifc the air of a per
manent institution, and it was left
high and dry when the Hood evaporated. A few days ago the municipal council met to consider tlie
financial situation and decided to
resign because there seemed no possible hope of meeting the obligations
of the municipality. We believo
the debt of Portage La Prairie is
something over. $200,000, ami the
revenue is so small that it docs little more than cover running expenses. The. money was lent by
Englishmen who are now pressing
for payment, and who seem disposed
to squeeze every possible farthing
out of the treasury. We are told
that thore are a number of lnrge
and substantial business blocksstand-
ing in the unoccupied streets of tliis
boom town, thnt never had a tenant. They wore built on fnith, and
they stand as costly monuments to
the folly of those who sutler themselves to be blinded by a popular
craze. The people of New West
minster may well be thankful that
tliis eity has never experienced a
Ihxhii. They need not go very far
to observe the effeots of tliese financial tornadoes which scoop wealth
into the pockets of a tew and leave
devastation and ruin iu their track.
The people of this eity want no
boom.
aMIY. UNDERSIGNED {THANKS TO
thi? kin-lupus "inl permission of llio
Miiyur unil fjltvC'-miu-ilHwo weeks ngo
ro-dpenoii itffi Pniill-- bibrnrr.-nml lakes
thisopportuntlvto oiior nn invitation to
■■■■j*---leiits of New vWslinhisl-'i- lo pay him
n visit. I-npers ami MiiKir/.iues from nil
directions nro received for pntrons ami
visitors, ninl moro will be mlm-il In ease a
■•■■asoiiiihlo support is obtiilnoil. Tlie
tonus an1 51) rents n month, in atfatnee.es
pnoeis, ite.,nR' paid for in advance. Tills
will amount loiiiiont 2 cents a day, or Uio
cost of oii'-fi-'nr for seven ilnvs permission
to see news froin nll over tne world, and
elegant hooks which muy he changed
everv '24 hours! There Is no compulsion
about■ this, luit tliose who believe in netting in out of the rn in and who enn enjoy
a deeent tire wiil doubt loss appreciate this
Institution, hndles and st runners nre free,
so doubtless nil lhe parties who believe In
llllie I'lhhim "111 como forward nl once
and Join this nttrtictlva atlalr, both for
their own credit and thnt of others. Come
one, como nil, nnd you will be nttended to
by one wliocnnsonpnll elusscs, viz.:
Your*- Iti-spei-tfutly,
HENRY W. HUGHES.
Now West., Aug. 'J0,'188ii. dnu'Jlttc
L»t%, llliH-k Tl, purl of District I ni No.
l!Ht. in thr tlty orHnmoiivci'.
WHEREAS THK OEUTIPIUATK OF
Title of George Ftnser to the above-
mentioned land hns been lost or destroyed, and application litis been made forn
duplicate thereof; Notice Is therefore
hereby given tlint sueh duplicate certificate will be Issued, unless cause be shown
to tho contrary within ono month from
thc date hereof.
U. W. ARMSTRONG.
.Deputy Registrar.
Land Rej-lstry Ollice,
New Westminster, Il.C.,10lli An--., l&lil.
 ^___ UaulOpil
CHANGE Or TIME TABLE.
STEAMEK
"GLADYS"
NTH,   FURTHER    S'OTlCR   VfltAt
make regular tri pH
TO YALK AN1> WAY FOKTB,
Leaving Now Westminster ou
MONDAYS nnd THURSDAYS
At 7 a. m.    Returning  on Wednesdays
and Saturdays
Jly31te OAPT. INSLEY, Muster.
U
CANADIAN  PACIFIC
TAIL WAY.
THOS.  OVENS,
MANUFACTURE!' OF
Buggies, Carriages,
■wagoits.
Blacksmith and Machinist
All Kinds of Machinory, Patent Looks,
Safes, Sewing Machines, fee., ko.,
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
Iii nil   lis branches.   Fanners', Loners',
Mill nnd Contniel Work; AiTrliailLunil
Implements, and everythint,' In the.
blacksmith line mado to order.
Having secured tlrst-clnss workmen, wo
feel conlldentof giving RUtlsfnctidli;
Odtf Horso-fihoohig n spoolalty-
ilw-jlyJillc]    Cor.u.MHlA St., New WB9T.
Fresh Water Terminus!
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
lMI'Ol'TANT
AUCTION SALE
Merchants Square!
A   PUBLIC   AUCTION   WIIil,   TAKE
pined nl  Iho rnliiuliil Hull'!, in lln'
City nf Noiv Westminster, on
Tuesday, 7th Sept., 1886,
"BLUE STORE"
THE NATIONAL
OP   fRELAND.
THE UNDERSIGNED having accepted
the agency Of the above Company for
this City and District nnd  the City of
Vancouver, Is prepared lo receive appl!
catlQusforrltiks.
dw-Jly.-tllc .    HKNHY V. lpMONDS.
Gas Fittings!
E. 8. SCOULLAR & GO.
Are 1-repnred to Supply and Erect
Gas Pipe-
Gas Fixtures,
And everything relating to this branch of
business.
mst- Experienced and ebnipelont men
only employed, nnd work gunraiiteod
tlrst-class In every respect. Prices ns low
na anywhere else.
E. S. KCOUM-Alt A CO..
d-Jly;tm- Columbia Street.
 TUB	
Globe House!
COLUMBIA  STREET,
fl-S-*THAT«-£s8r
UN fELT
WANT.
RAILWAY.
FRESH WAfER fERMIMUS
$1.25
-OF .THK-
City of Hew Westminster!
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
-OF-
CITY RESERVES
-AND-
GARDENS.
DISTRICT OF    [£1
NewWestminster
just it-awn bv
New Westminster, B.C.
Price, $1.25.
IMPORTERS OK
At
o'cloek In tlio Evening,
When tlio following Lota will bo submitted to I'uhlle Auction, lu -iccordiinoc with
"Lnnd Sale Bylaw, 188V' nnd iiiueiid-
ments thereto, viz.:
MHiUI AVIV   SIM Alt*'.   KMKk 41.
1/itsNos. t lo 12, Inclusive.
TERMS-ftlW per cent, on the mil.if the I
hummer; &\% per eent. In three months; l
nnd tho ilnlanoe of ihe pufclinse inouey
itt six months from date of sale.
P.S,—Attention Ib called to the fuel Hint
the above m-opci'iy Is near to the [iropoKtd ■
Railway station.
Hv Order, A. J. ALPORT,    I
C. M; O. :
Citv Clerk's Oilieo,
New WestinliiJ-ier.-ii-ih Aug., 188(1,
diur-IHd
important to Bakers!
MANITOBA FL0UR!
(D-il-ty Mills, Km ml on.)
Tho first car-load lias arrivetl ninl more I
is coming.
TKT IT.
STANDARD TIME
The only place on
the Mainland where
I Watch Dials can tae
changed to  the 24-
! hour system or Stand-
', ard Time.
'   jtsf'All Business iMuu iiml Merchants
! slioiilrl llocrl) tliis timo, as Stwinilronta nnrl
Trains iii'rivt! and depart liy the same.
STIRSKY,
WATCHMAKER,
Ciilruiiliiii Strer-'J, New Wesl.     ilwanloinl
GEO. MEAD,
Sole Agent fnr B. ('. for
DryGoods
Millinery and
Fancy Goods
Embroidery, Silks & Wools.
We have received a new slock of BBfi-
HiVKumiwri-Kii-PisfiBniNd woor-s,
nlso a largo assortment of ORINOJJINES,
HOOPS tuul HUSTLES, Ac, kc,
dw-Jly:iltc Mfliinser.
This Map lias been produced at
great cost, and gives a vast amount
of information never before available respecting the most important
district in'tlie Province.
Tho new Map shows the latest
surveys, the latest roads, tlie line of
the 0; *P. R.  and exterisiohs.
BUY A COPY.
l'URI.IO AUCTION will take plnee nt
tin' Crilonliil Hotel, In the City ol
Wostmlnster, on
; Saturday, 4th Sept., 1886,
i At 9 o'clock in tlie evening, wheu the
following lots will Ire submitted toptiullc
■ com petit ion, In nccortliuicc with ''Limit
' Hale Dy-Liiw, I8KI," ami amendments
thereto, vlsi:
GOVERNMENT OFFICK OAllDENS.
Block A.
Lots Nos. JI and 4.
Lots Nos. 13 to 20, inclusive.
; VICTOniA CIARDENS-Block 11.
Lota Nos. .'1 to II, inclusive,
tots Nos. 8 to 20,
Lots Nos. 30, 35 and ltd.
; ST. PATRICK'S SQUARE-Block D.
Lots Nos. 4 to 8, inclusive.
Lota Nos. 10 to 30,   "
: ALICE GARDENS-Block E.
Lots Nos. 0, 8, II and 10.
J CLINTON PLACE UESERVE-Block F
Lots Nos. 1 to 5, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 8 to 31,     "
Lots Nos. 33 to 3(1,   "
| ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE-Blook H.
Lots Nos. 12 to 20, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 23 to 30,   "
j ST. ANDREW'S SQUARE-Block K.
r Lots Nos. 7 and 8, and
Lots Nos. 10 to 11), inclusive,
tots Nos. 21 to 28,       "
tots Nos. 31 to 40,       "
*3Tlic Lots are mostly (10 by 132 feet.
i    TKllMa-JW'.jpii will, nn the fall ol the
hummer; Bav, per eent. In three months;
aud the balance ot the purchase money lu
. hire months from date of Sale.
By order,
A..I. ALPORT, C.M.C.
City Clerk's Offleo. ,
New Westminster, 17th Aug., 1888.
iiill7td
WM. CIJRKIK.
PUnMSlIF.l) UY
RAND BROS.       PACIFIC
l-'ni terms apply to
CAItI.ETO
Solo Agonts for llrltlsh Columbia, danism
CARLETON  * HARRIS,
Port Hilinliirn
Telephone Cau No. 6.
P.O. Box 71
WM McCOLL,
Ssittil Merchandise!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries S Piovisions.
LUHBHOM'S BLOCK, Columbia HI.
tlw-iiuJlte
Ml NStt
H, TibbeSon & Co.'s j
MISSOURI   PATENT
C4RN COB PIPES!|
Y,ir Wholosalo Priced semi to tl. MEAD, i
New Westminstor, 11,(2,
Mci-THvliniliii   ri|it>.   Itrliir IMiies, IMiie
Stems, i'lanr lloltl-crs, TulinrvoH.
iturTlif* Ijdsl iissoi-tinont of Smoking Pipes
in tliu Clly.
MEAD'S SHAVING & SHAMPOOING PARLOR,
Ctolumbin ^(.^jonrCjolpiilftl Hotol.
-i-iuiHc
10. IM,
GENERAL
DEALER
Reul KsIhIp. insuraiit'c  mill
KlnnnciHl Asciils
NKW WESTMINSTEU, VANCOX1VEU  I I
AN1J VICTORIA.
PJ
FOR SALE AT
T.R. Pearson & Co's!
NEW WESTMINSTER AHD VANCOUVER.
np'JIIrr
I-0I.11MBIA STKEET.
New Westminster, B. C.
Cheap Stovesi reid & currie,
A lady from Symcnao writosi "For
about seven years before taking Northrop
k ^yiniin'd Vegetnlilc Oiscovery and
Dyspepala Cure, 1 suffetfld from a com-
pluint very prevalent with our sex. I
was unaltle to walk any distunce or stand
ou my feet for more tbnn a few minutes
at m timu without feeling exhausted, but
now I am thankful to any, 1 can walk
two miles without feeling the least in-
conveiiieiiee." For Female Complaints it
has no crpinl.
No, it ib not lund hi write funny
{Mragl'ftplut. All yuu linvu to do is to
jii'ocuro a pou. somo i>apur and ink and
then sit down and writo thom ns thoy
occur to you. It is not tho writing,
but the ocoilt-rhig thnt is hard.
Surface Indications
What a miner would verv properly term
"jiurfncoindientions"of wlmt Is beneath,
nre tho Pimples, Sties, Sore Eyos,
Bolls, and Cut aucous Eruptions with
which people urn annoyed In spring and
early summer. The ellei c matter accumulated during the winter months, now
makes Its presence felt, through Nature's
endeavors to expel It from tho system.'
While it remains, it Is :i poison t hat festers
In the blond und muy .'develop into Scrofula. This condition causes derangement
of the.digoHiivu ami ass initiatory organs,
with n feeling of enervnlkm, languor, and
weariness—often lightly B|»keti of as "only
snrlng fever." Theso are evidences that
Nature Is not nble, unaided, to throw off
thecorrunl atoms which weaken the vltnl
forces. To regain health. Nature must bo
aided by a thorough blood-purlfvlng medicine; uud nothing afyo is so effcetlvbus
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
which Is sufllclently powerful to expel
from thn (system even the tuint of Ilered-* ■
Ittiry Heroftilu.
Tho jncdieiil profcsslph indorse Aykr'i
P.utsAiMitn.i.A, (imi many nttcstatlons of
tiio cures effected hy It come from nil parts
of tho world. It is, In tho language of
tho Jinn. Francis Jowctt, ex-Stnto Senator of Mnssaehusettn nnd ex-Mayor of
J-mvnll, *'tiio onlv preparation tlmt docs
reul, lasting good.1'
ritEPAKED UY
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists: Price $1;
Six bottles for $G.
Gas Fitting!
The Gas Company
respectfully inform
the Public that they
are prepared to do
Gas Fitting at lowest
possible rates consis-
j tent with good workmanship.
A supply of FIXTURES, 'globe's;
j &c, are on the way.
_WOrders may be left at
RAND BROS.
J. L, STAMFORD,
d-JlyJIIIi' MANAC1BH.
FOR  SALE:
iin a(jii1':m-imi'I1ia;I'JIi faiiu.
440      K.lny 'I'l'i'iiiK.   A|lplj'lo
'V, ('. MrliniriJAI.I..
jiilili' Kl'jlii l'. ir.
COMPLETE STOOK OF
GROCERIES
BOTTOM  PRICES!
Clothing,
Hats and
DryGoods
AT COST OR LESS.
Just Received via O.;
I P. R. one car-load of
| Stoves and   Ranges.!
These Stoves are from i
the celebrated firm of
of E. & O. Gurney & j
Co. and are well;
known to be the best
in the market.   Par-
ties  desiring  Stoves:
will do well to give us
a call before purchas-
ing elsewhere, as we
are offering these!
Stoves at a slight ad- j
vance on cost to make j
room for two more!
car loads now on the
way.
E. S. SCOUIUR St, CO,
rliililrltc
COIiUMIHA STIll'JET.
!■ Ki
If you want Bargains,
CALL EARLY.
"I tako only one lSugllsh wuekly imper,
The. Spectator, mid one OafiiuUlln, The
Weel;, mid .is -i rule I hIk.iiIiI lie pu/zl^l In
Ray whioh IfOimili! inlsn most."—-Pi-oin if
letter hy Tliniilns lIin-lns.nutlKirnf'"J'dlil
Urown's Bchool Daya."
i The Week:
! A liiiiii-lliiH .li-tiriinl nf 1'iiUllrH, Km-lcly
tind llli* in in re.
l-uni.isui-:i) icvKiivTiUMisiiAv, .vr&OO
I'Htt ANNUM.
| Iiulo|ioinlont In iiolitloH, THB WRRK
iipiieiil.s bv iic<'iii|>n*lii'iiKlv-'THlj|-*of {.'(lit"
tculH to lhe ilim-renl  inste.-. which exist
i within lhe ciivle of n ciilturi-it homo.
Au nv.-i-iit-e of llftt'en MkhI, erlsp Killtnr-
tiils U Klvcn In e.n-l\ .uiinlii'i- n|ioii i' VNA*
- IHAN.AMKHK'AN,iind KNlit.lKIl I'lH,-
1 ITH.'Hiuiil I.1TKHATURK.
Aiiiou-.'st tllei-i*j,'iiiiii'cmtrHiuloiH I-* I'm*
I ft'HHorUoiawiiiSio.ini; ;in-| inl!s!lii|{iil- lieil
liilhlle mini In Loiulon hns Ulhltv linitnv-
i tiil-cn  to supply   1'i'i'iihirl.v   nn   Kn-rllsli
: Letter.    Pinis itml   Wiishhi-jlon   1,-jih'i-s
| will iipiicnriii roKUhu intt-milit,
j     In nilill!)i.ii  llii'l-em-i' spei-inl ciinlllhn*
' lloim fmm Koine of the uhlfFl. wrlti'fn In
lhe Hi.million mul lhe UnftOll RtlUpH,
dw-jly.'tlh*
Iiiimikw I'tileri'.I upun IlKthlril ,vi-m'\vlt|
mo*l etiironrii(itii(i ^ronin-eln, ntxl wit ll
iniiny ni'w fi'iili.ri'M.
r. iiIjAokktt korinhon,
.'•Jordiin St., Toronto,uni
Hinnpli* 1-i.ph-nfl'eenn nppMeutlon.
THK \VKi*;i< Is oiu-of ihi! IlloHt inllucn-
Inl loin-mils In Cnnfliltl 'I'liiih. I.omlon,
Klial I- Mil
HAVING PURCHA8KD the Black-
.-■uiitliing husintuiB lately carried on
by \V. It. Lewis, and the I'ncilic Cur*
riiiH'- Works, carried un hy Jolmatoue k
Smith, wc uru prepared to inannfucture
aU kiti<1» of_xj
Farm Wagons,
Carriages,
Phaetons,
Buggies,
Express Wagons,
Drays, Carts,
Stages,
And everything in Ilie vehicle line
on the shortest iratiee and nt reasonable prices.
We also keep in stock the above
articles, and all kinds of Wagon
and Oitrrirgo Mote ial.
KrniilrliiK, rtilntini* & Trim*
mini* 'lone at reasonable prices.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all iU brandies. Farmtirs', Log
gers', Mill mul Contract Work, and
Hnrsi-slio-ring undoi'tak'^n; Agricultural IinpWnifiitti, and everything
in tlie MacksiiiUh line Hindu to order.
We nUo kt*|> in stock to supply
the trade,-—Iron, Steel, Cumberland
Coal, Chain, Horse ami Ox Shoes,
Steel und Iron Harrow T«-eth, Harrows, Springs, Axles, and a complete
stock of Carriage Hardware.
Having secured first class work
men, wo feel confident of giving satisfaction.
All material and work leaving
the shop will he guaranteed first-
class. Ord?rs from the country
promptly nttiended to,
mliS'ta     ttKID Jb CUKRIK
HAVING PUR-
chased the stock
ofHardware,Paints,
Oils, &C, of the Es-j
tate of Trapp Bros..;
we purpose offering;
to the Public VERt«
GREAT INDUCE!
MENTS in this!
branch of the Busi*.
ness, which we trust
will secure the patronage of those residing on the Mainland.
I
We have bought a
large and well-selected stock of Shell
Hardware in the
eastern markets FOE
CASH, which we expect to arrive in i
few days, and ou:
assortment will be
we consider, seconc
to none in the coun
try, and will be founi
complete in all thi
following branches
General and She!
Hardware, Cross-cu
Saws, Paints in al
colors, Boiled & Ral
Linseed Oil [Ehglisl
and American], Dr;
Colors in all kind'
Wall Paper and Win
dow Blinds, Oakum
Pitch, Giant,Blastinj
arid Sporting Gun
Powder, Fuse anc
Caps, Brushes
Paint, White-wasb
Scrubbing, Horse|
Dandy and Whisk
and a full line o
Table and Pocke
Cutlery.
We purpose doing
a CASH BUSINESS
and all orders intrust)
ed to us will be sub*
ject to a cash dis,!
count of 5- per cent,
—our motto being
"Small Profits and
Quick Returns."
BOYS WANTED.
TWO   HMA1IT   BOYH  WANTED AT !
oiurii lo Hnll Mil'  Itnllv I'lilllllllilnlt. '
Ajiylf ill Tills Omw. rliiullli'
Tlianklni* ili« Public gcnei
ally for tbe liberal patronag
accorded to us in tbe past, *
trust by strict attention i
business to merit a contlnt
anec of ihe same.
T.J. TRAPP
Auctioneer &
COMMISSIONS IN THE COUNT!''
PROMPTLY EXEOUTKD.
TO IE HID CHEAP AKD OM [MY TEM8:
i Mccormick twine binder,
2 MEADOW LAIIK REAI'IRR,
2 TRIUMPH REAPERS,
1 BUCKEYE MOWER,
1 ITHICA RAY RAKE. j
OLASS WINDOWS & DOOR
AT FACTORY HATER.
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Delivered in tlio City daily...SHe. per week
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Births, Marriages nnd Deaths,$1 for each
Insertion; Funeral NotIceslnconnection
with deaths, 50 ota, each Insertion.
Auction Hales, when displayed,charged
li,*! per cent, less than transient advts, If
solid, charged at regular transient rates.
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Special notices among reading matter,
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-Cuts must be all metal, and forlargecuts
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Thr Si'RiiULK Cask.— An " order
signed t>y ■Mrittuttiee Henry, of the
supreme court of Ottawa, (or tho summary veleaao of thu prisoner Sproule,
haa just been received by Sheriff McMillan. The oi'dfer will bo disregarded,—Colonist.
TAiLOHiNU.—MessrB-D. Drysdale &
Oo. hnve purchased the fittings of tha
Mechanics' tailoring establishment,
and propose running a first-class mer?
chant tailoring business. They are
showing a fine selection of new fall
twecda, coatings, overcoatings, etc.
The Branch. —The construction
train on the New Westminster branch
was on this side of the Brunette nt
noon to-day, Tho rain this morning
interfered with the work to such an
extent that we are afraid >tho train
will not reach the city to-morrow as
jrtia expected.
Fink Plums,—Mr. Jno. Beid a fow
days ago read tin item about some
large- .plums -chat the Victoria papers
were blowing about. Bo lie pulled 12
plunms off oneof Ins trees and sent
thein to .this office. Tlie 12 weighed
9$ lbs., ami were perfect both in appearance and flavor.
$#! $ritish Columbian
Tuesday Evening, August 24, iKKti.
Alike Same Whitk Man,—In the
supreme court the other day, Messrs.
Justices Begbie, C. J. McCreight and
Grease on the bench, Mr.'Justice McCreight delivered judgment in the cose
attacking tho constitutionality of clause
fourteen of the "Act to regulate the
Chinese population of British Columbia"
and wliich chaise fixed the sum payable
by a Ohinese for a free miner's certificate at 815 instead of $5 ns paid by
whitenttuiers. 'The judgment, which
was concurred in by all thc justices,
declared the clause ultra vires and of
no effect. In futuro Chinamen will
only pay $5~-(*allee samo as white
man."—Times,
Successful Operation.—An exceedingly difficult yet highly successful
surgical operation wns performed this
morning at the hospital by Drs. MacSwain and Bentley, Dr. Garrow assisting and administering the ether. The
operation consisted in removing a
tumor, growing in the neck, which had
afflicted Mrs. Digliy, .wife of Mr. Chas.
■Digby, steward of the hospital, for tho
past ten years, and hud heretofore
baffled the surgical skill of the1 province. Practitioner have repeatedly
Small-pox is making sad ravages in ' refused  to take thu responsibility of
AU the novelties of the season fo be
fouud at Drysdale's. *
Silver thistles are .the Gladstone
badges worn by English ladies.
D. Drysdale it Co. have opened 27
cases New Fall Dry Goods. *
The votUni (iS-op tif western India ii;
expected * 'bi Mie the heaviest ever
known.
New Plushes, Velvets, Silks and
Satins opening at Drysdale's *
Queen Victoria has sent to Baireuth
n laurel* wreath for tho tdmb of: Abbe
Liszt.
Now Dress Goods, with Trimmings
to match, just received at Drysdale's"
the republic of Chile, particularly i
Santiago. ,-j
For Sale—Hotel doing a good paying
business; cheap. Apply at Woods,
Turner k Gamble. jyl4tc
The Alder Grove school trustee election cases have been adjourned till
Tuesday the 31st.
Japan is said to liavo less thau ten
thousand paupers among her 37,000,-
000 inhabitants.
A nice lino of Men's Shirts, Socks,
Underwear and Mackintosh Coats just
opened at Drysdale's. *
The Dunsmuir leaves for Nanaimo
to-morrow morning. She will take
over 20 head of cattle.
For best Havana Cigars and Tobacco, Fruits and Confectionery go to
Ross, Columbia st. daulOwl
Tho London Lancet, formerly opposed to tho temperance movement,
now vigorously supports it.
Sir John Macdonald and party arrived at Bauff on Wednesday, aud they
wore expected to reach Winnipeg about
Saturday.
, Hon. Mr. Foster, minister of um-
nhe and fisheries, delivered a temperance address iu the Methodist church,
Viotoria, last night.*
H.M.S, Triumph left Esquimalt yesterday for gun practice and a cruise of
about ten days. She will visit I'ort
Moody before returning to Esquimalt.
Remember Mrs. Youmans' lecture
in tlie Drill Shed to-night. This may
bo the last opportunity to hear this remarkably gifted temperance lecturer.
The Baptist bazaar opens in Webster's stone building at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning, and continues during
the day. In Uie evoning there will be
a supper.
On Saturday a team of Vancouver
lacrosse players wil) meet the boys of
tho capital in a match game of lacrosse
on Beacon Hill, Victoria. Lacrosse is
a kind of fot.se ball-game.
A fireman's ball takes place at Vancouver this evening.' A nuinbur of
the members of the department in this
eity havo accepted au invitation to be
present and will go over.
In addition to our now stock of spring
goods we have opened an invoice of
Diagonals, West of England Broadcloths
and French Cassimeres. Walsh the
Model Tailor. Hekdekt Walsh, Manager. apSlte
A lot of imported thoroughbred cat-
tie iu quarantine at;Quubec lately became affected with disease and it is
feared the whole batch, valued at
.$300,000, would havo to be slaughtered and burned.
Thb road leading to the cemeteries
at Sappeaton very much needs improvement. Tliat pnrt above St. Mary's
Mount becomes shockingly bad in wot
weather, and onght to be attended to
now, beforo the rainy season begins.
The cost would be trifling.
For ito soothing uml grateful influence
on tho scalp, and for the removal and.
pievenUou of dandruff, Ayor's Hair
Vigor has no equal j %$}#lfi-t!ided or
((ray hair to its original dark color, stimulates the growth of the hair, and gives
it a beautiful, soft, glossy and silken tp-
mmm*=*	
remuviug it, and it had become so
lnrge and troublesome as seriously to
interfere with breathing. This afternoon tlie patient was doing very well.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla u designed for
those who need a medicine to purify their
blood, build thorn up, increase their appetite and rejuvenate their whole system No other preparation so well meets
this want It touches the exact spot Its
record of forty yours is ono of constant-
triumph ovor (list-use,
Personal.
, Mrs. Stirsky and son left by to-day's
train fc>r Halifax.
Dr. MacSwain left for Victoria this
morning via Vancouver.
Mr. Grant Macdonald, of Toronto,
accompanied by his son are in this
city.
Messrs. J. M. Divan and A. D.
Wright, uf Manitoba, arrived to-day
and aro at the Colonial.
Messrs. J. J. Ibbotson, of San Rafael, and J. F. Sharploy, .of San Francisco; "who -liave been on a fishing excursion up t]io Coquitlam, returned today. Thoy have lashed this beautiful
tributary of the Fraser with good success and say they don't want any better sport.
City Council.
The regular mooting of the city
council was held last evening, his worship Mayor Dickinson in the chair.
Present, Couns. Bonson, Lord, Douglas, And Elliott.    .
COMMUNICATIONS
were read as follows:   '
From G. B. Murray, applying to the
council for permission to place building material on Front street for purposes of removal. Granted subject to
consent of board of works.
From Royal City Planing Mills asking permission to move two buildings
on Richard street.   Leavo granted.
From Alexander Ewen, asking permission to open part of Begbie and
Montreal streets.   Permission granted.
From A. M. Herring, asking the
council to have certain pegs, removed
from Lots 21 and 22 while council
woro constructing Provost streot, replaced. Request not granted, ns council did riot think it advisable to have
nnother survey.
UEl-OHTX, BIO.
His worship reported that he had
received iv similar notification from
Mr. Blackie to that received from Mr.
Edmonds, intimating that he wuuld
not allow tho council to interfere with
his property. This was in connection
with tlm branch rnilway line,
W. C.T.U. Convention.
•   rntsT day.
The third annual convention tif tho
W. C, T, U. met at 9:30 a. in., at the
Methodist church, on Monday, Aug.
23rd.   :    **' '- *-*■    ■*■
Meeting opened with devotional exorcises, led by Mrs. D. Spencer, of
Victoria. Mrs,. Spafford, president of
the provincial union, occupied the
chair. Mrs. You|»iaht, president of
tho Dominion WT T. 0. U., together
with other officers of the P. TL, occupied seats on the platform. The roll
of officers and delegates was called,
aud, with one or two exceptions, all
responded to their names. The officers
and dull-gates iu attendance were as
follows: From Victoria: Mrs. H.
Spnfford, president; Mra Saryisoii, lat
vice; Mrs D. Spencer, 2nd vice; MrB
Walker, cor, sec; Mrs Ethridge,
treas; Mrs Humber, Mrs Gerow, Mra
McNaughten, Mrs Dr. Clark, Mrs
Flett. New Westminster: Mrs Jas.
Cunningham, Mn Rev. C. Watson,
Mrs D. R'dbson, Mrs D. S. Curtis,
Mrs J. W. Sexsmith, Miss McDougall.
Chilliwhack: Mrs A. C. WW, Mrs
Tate, Mrs McGillivray, Mrs. C. Chad-
Bey, Mrs Geo. Cliadsoy. Vancnuver:
Mra. Hall. Maple Ridge: MrsGeo
Howison.
The following committees were then
appointed: On credentials and courtesy, Mrs C. Chadsey, Mrs D. Robson
and Mrs Hall; for revising provincial
constitution and by-lawa, also fur providing a constitution tor local unions,
the president of the provincial union,
with the presidents «f local unions;
committee ou resolutions Mrs Cunningham, Mrs Sargison, Mrs Howison,
Mrs Tate and Mrs Spencer; committee
on finance, Mrs Sargisoti, Mrs Humber, Mrs Robson, Mrs G. Chadsey and
MrB Ethridge.
The prov. see. being .absent, Miss
McDougall was appointed to tbat office
pro tern.
Considerable discussion tuok place
as to the rights of honorary members
and the election of delegates.
Tho synopsis of minutes of prov.
executive waa theu road and adopted.
The subject of the world's petition
for prohibiting evil both socially aud
morally was introduced by Mrs. Cunningham and discussed at considerable
length bythe convention.
During the session some good advice'
was given and useful information imparted to tho convention by Mrs.
Youmans. Before the close of tlie
session a fow minutes' silent prayer
wss allowed, and the convention ad-
'journed till 3:30 p. m.
The adjourned meeting of this convention took place in the Drill Shed
at 3:30 p. in., when the Band of Hope
and a large number of tho school children and a few of the parents assembled and listened to a very instructive
address by Mrs Youmans, illustrated
by charts and exin-rimems showing tho
effects of alcohol nu various organs of
the body. The children evidently on-
joyed and appreciated the address,
also the singing, led by Mrs. D. Robson. The meeting was closed hy
Rov Mr Hall pronouncing the benediction.
In the evening a public meeting was
hold in the Methodist church at 8
o'clock. The meeting was opened by
singing and prayer by Rev Thus.
Had don. Miss McDougall read iho
nddress of welcome, which was replied
to by Mrs Wells > f Chilliwhack, after
wliich the president delivered au address. Brief addresses were made by
Rev. Messrs. Ladner and Haddon,
and Mrs Youmans then opened the
'question box and disposed of the various quest ions asked, in which she was
assisted by Hon. John Robson. The
meeting closed about 10 o'clock.
London, Aug.   23.—At  the  usual
weekly meeting of the executive council of tho socialist ie league to-day the
'following   resolution   was    adopted:
■- Tlmt the council expresses its abhoi - j
rence of the cowardly conduct of the J
movement of Illinois iu  passing sentence   fur  murder ayaiiist men  who j
have proved their sympathy with tho j
suffering masses."
London, Aug. 23.—Latest advices j
from Japan state that rioting between :
Chinese  and Japanese at Nagsaki was ,
caused by a fight between 18 Chinese :
sailors and  the .Japanese polico.    It I
j was a case of simply disorderly con-
I duct on the part of the sailors and an
i attempt  to  suppress it by the police
j without  any  admixture whatever of
! politics.   '8 men were
! wounded, moat of the wounded being
! Chinese.'
! Belfast, (7:30 p.m.) Aug. 23.—This
j evening a detachment of police made
| tin attempt Ut disperse a mob on Shank
Hill. Tho mob becoming infuriated
threw volley after volley of stones at
.the policemen and routed them. The
mob theu completely wrecked the barracks, which was defended by twenty
policemen. Military reinforcements
are hurrying to the spot.
Paris, Aug. 23.—The fall of Prince
Alexander has been the absorbing
topic of discussion in Paris ever since
the reception of first news concerning
it. Franco hns determined to observe
juul expectant attitude. President
Grevy keeps in continuous com muni cation with all tho members of thc
French ministry
London, Aug. 23.—Pursuant to instructions from the war office various
generals of army districts have ordered
volunteers to practice picket and be in
readiness  to  quell noting.    During
ensuing autumn manoeuvres ench volun- i
teer is to bu supplied with 20 bull car- •
tridges.   It is  understood  that this i
action is taken under expectancy of a j
renewal of dynamite outrages and Irish j
disordors in tho northern and middle |
towns of England.
Lonuon,   Aug.  23.—Ministerialists
admit that  the deposition of Prince
Alexander is t\ matter of extreme gravity, but say tliat oven if it be proved
that Russia instigated the movement
it will be difficult for England to interfere because it is generally assumed 1
tlmt  Austria and Germany acquiesce |
in Alexander's overtluow.   It is eon- ;
sidered improbable by Conservatives !
that the government will enter t\ protest in the matter.   The govornmont
has been reliably informed that Prince j
Alexander  is  safe   and well in Ron
mania.
advocates sending a Russian dignitary to
maintain order until a successor to
Prince Alexander be chosen.
CoNSTANTINOl'],!*, Aug. 24.—The poite
has sent a circular to tho powers concerning the Bulgarian crisis.   The circular says   tiie deposition ol Alexander has
left Bulgaria in a position which interests the powers as much as it does Turkey, and asks to be informed of tlieir in-
; tcntions and opinions respecting the situ
j atioii as soon -as possible,   'Die troops in
eastunj Uoumclia and at Shumla disap
| prove of the deposition.   Two thousand
: peoplo who openly favor the restoration
j of Alexander mot yesterday in front ot
tlio Russian consulage in Phillippopolis,
tlie capital of eastern Uoumelia, and
i made  a  public  demonstration of thoir
I wishes.   The deposition has divided the
killed and 300 I W11^11 «- Sofia into two hostile pa.-
I ties.    1 lie partisanship on both sides has
j become dangerously boated already, and
I it  is  feared party conflicts of a serious
nature will ensue.   The railway service
between Constantinople and   Houmclia
hus been suspended.   Orders have been
sent to Adriauoplc suspending the issue
of tickets beyond the frontier.
London, Aug, 24.—The aider-secretary for foreign affairs, replying to a
question la the commons this afternoon,
stated that the government had no additional news from Bulgaria. The government, lie said, viewed the events in
that country with the gravest fears. He
declined to'stntc whether Russia wus implicated in this event. Thc question as
to Russia's complicity will he renewed
to morrow.
Belfast, Aug. 24.—fl policemen recently arrested und charged with murder
for tiring upon ami, as alleged, killing a
ii'iimber of people during the late riots,
were brought up foi examination to-day
in the criminal court. They all swore
they tired over the heads of tho people.
Judge Munro granted tho policemen release on bail with two sureties for £750
in each case. Six of the men who took
conspicuous parts In the riots wero today committed for trial. The committing magistrate announced that it was
thc intention to treat all rioters in the
same wuy.
Pleasant us syrup; nothing equals it as
a worm medicine; the name is Mother
Graves' Worm Exterminator. The great-
eat worm destroyer of the uge.
John Hays, Credit P.O., Bays: "His
shoulder was so lame for nine mouths
that he could nut raise his hand to his
head, hut by the use of Dr. Thomas'
Eclectrie Oil tlie pain and lameness ilis
appeared, aud although three months has
elapsed, he has not had an attack of it
since."
| This Afternoon's Despatches.
- The    prefect
on      IjViday
sij-ned       by
Storloff     nml
to inform  the
London,    Aug.   24.*
of     Varnar     i\ ceived
evening    a     circular
Karavfoff,     llankall'r,
Kladishotf, ordering him
people thut Prince Alexander hud been
deposed.   All the towns in Bulgaria and
Uoumelia except Widdeu are iu a statu
of siege,   ltis rumored at   Basticu thut
Alexander was compelled to abdicate by
a threat of denth.
Lonuon, Auy, 24.— Authoritative
despatches from Kofiu show that the deposition of Prince Alexander nf Bulgaria
was accomplished during the night. According to these -ulvitvs, one thoroughly
Russianized regiment of cavalry was de-    *■.-—i-i.  ga    ■-
tained'Iii the  eity after nightfall, when ;    a*ve Holloway'■ Corn Curo a trial.   It
hi?* *   )pi.S°S„:^iy0t"'°!L'? «!!? «*!." ! ".moved ten corns from one pair of feet
An Efficient Remedy,
In all coses of Bronchial and Pulmonary Affections is Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. As such it is recognized and
prescribed by the medical profession, and
In many thousands ot families, for the
uast forty years,it has bcenrcgarded as au
Invaluable household remedy. It Is a
preparation that only requires to bo taken
hi very small quantities, and a few doses
of it administered In tho early stages of a
cold or cough will effect a speedy cure,
and may, very possibly, bhvo life. Thero
Is no doubt whatever that
s Cherry Pectoral
Has preserved the lives of great numbers
M persons, by arresting the development of
Laryngitis, Bronchitis, Pneumonia,
and Pulmonary Consumption, and by
the curo of tlioso dangerous maladies, ft
should bo kept ready for use In every
familv where thero aro children, as it is a
medicine far superior to all others In the
trentment of Group, the alleviation oC
Whooping Cough, and the cure of Colds
and lnlluen7.it, ailments peculiarly incidental to childhood aud youth. Promptitude in dealing with nil diseases of this
class is of the utmost importance. The
loss of a single day may, In many cases,
entail fatal consequences. Do not waste
precious timo iu experimenting with
medicines of doubtful efficacy, while the
malady is constantly gaining a deeper
hold, but take at once tho speediest and
most certain to cure,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
PREPARED 11Y
Pr. J. ll Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mask
Sold by nil Druggists,
Mr. Peter Vcrinett, Hochelaga, IM-).,
writes: "Dr, Thomas'Eclectrie Oil cured
me of Rheumatism after I tried many
medicines to no purpose. It is u good
medicine," Just think of it—you can
relieve the twinges of rheumatism, or the
most painful attack of neuralgia-you
can check a cough, aud heal bruised or
broken skin, with a lwttle of Dr. Thomas* Kclectric Oil, costing only 25 cents.
LAST NIGHT'S DESPATCHES.
Hlieclal to the Ciiluuibinn.
Ottawa, Aug. 23.—In consequence
of the outbreak of pleuro-pnuumonin
among cattle in quarantine at Quebec,
an order has beou passed in council
prohibiting the importation nf live
stock from infecled counties in England.
Berlin, Aug. 211 -Ollicial estimate*
of Prussian crup-t state that thu wheat
yield will equal 95 per con', of an av-
ernge crop; rye 87, barley 97, oats
101.
Bucharest, Auy. 28 —Advices from
Si*tia  say   that,  M.    Kii:iruv]--|)' and
provisional government, roalifciug that
public suiitimeiit   remained   favorable
to Prince Alexander, caused a circular
to   bo  distributed among tho people
culled the ministerial   lis', containing |
the names of  prominent   meu   of all I
parties  who, the document di-clu-cd,
were  in tho movement, tlie   |mr|i-me !
being to cause a belief that thu gov- ri • i
ment was receiving   ueiieml  support,
The city clerk's financial statement < The garrison at Shumtlii remain*, faith
for July showed the municipal receipts i ful to Prince Alexander, aud refuses to
for the month to have been $1,531.18; | recuguizo Ihe iiio.i-qunal gnvernnu nt
disbiu-smonts,   $781.27.     Report  ro- , A number ut  llul«ariattn and   pimiii  i
ceived. i iiont Kusso-plmbUls have already  lied
At the request of Oapt. Pif.tundrigh ; to lloinnania. Thu furciiives include
tho sum of So wasordored to bo paid j in their number mnnyHusni»u nihilists
to Mr. JVlorosby fur noting as interpi-e- j who were serving as i-fllcors on iho
tor,'   ' i Bulgarian flotilla.    It is now  believed
|     Couu. Elliott, chairman of thu board > that Prinoe Alexander is anufluvd m a '
Peaches Mr.   0.   O   Major   of   °**- wm'kH- asked authority to purchaso j monastery near SnVia.   It  i» uuuured
'   ....ii       '     ',   ',.     ,,    '       t lumber for culverts for street improve- [ that   Premier   Kaaravl..|l'   Una   been
Agnes st., h-s a peach tree that pro- ] nwnt    Granted. I placed under arrest,    (b.lv tomiii tel- j
duoes U Hno fruit, probably, as can bo [     Tho board of works were authorized ; ograms   for  Russia ure  permitted to
found  anywhere  on the coast.   The j to dispose of uie gravel on Front streot   leavo Bulgarian terrilory,
fruit has just been gathered, and wo | removed in rnilway construction. Paris, Aug. 23.*~7,»' 7Viw;wconaid*
have seen nothing tlmt will excel it.      |   ' Connuil ndjourned till 21 o'clock this i org England hss received a rebuff, and
' evening. -   *
TheW.
VOLUUKS OK BoMBAHt have been pub
Hulled about the multifarious ami irrceon-
TO-MORROW'S PlUMlHAMMK.
O.T.U. convention meets at 9:30 to*
morrow morning. After opening ex*
ercises   the  election of  oflicers   will .        , .,        ,■ ■ ,,. * ,,   -
take place, to-W flowed by a Wt   Tl     -f^
AnTl«aL ™ ,t\j-wt.1 „ .( wives with fact* susceptible of proof,
of Cho committeo cm the »«riim of TI tato ^ Mff tqbowUit
the constitution, kc In the after- ,,ftB pi„V(!(, Haclf t() b an orftti(flfltor *,{
nuMnmfinuhert birtinesA Will be taken j DyBpepsia, tWipatlon, Liver and Kid-
up and the standing committees will : noy troubles, and n line general altera*
lie appointed. j tivo.
it fears that event* will nn»tBo differences which have boel) il- rmaiit for
two years, It is slated t: at the government has decided lo appoint a ci
cilable effects of many proprietary reme- I miMjon to inquire into   thu   expend
i -'"-a-, Jim proprietors of Northrop &Ly- , ,ul.e9(lf the ,irill,il([l| dep-utie
_* " tl- :T.L_i»*l_ ™ l-j£-.^i....   ..« I selves with  fact* susceptible of proof.
state, and that Mr
probably be chimmtt
is also made thut a
mission on the combo uppuiiiit-d, with
chairman.
pimuu-nf-4 nf
OloimWil-.-ii will
i    Thi Bta-mitHit
Miiall    ItlViil t nm-
I  V   qlieMn II   will
Mr  duBOhi'll   MS
racks. This regiment, which was per
fcetly under the control of the revolutionists, surrounded tlio palace about two
hours past midnight. Alexander wa* hi
bed and the palace closed. The revolutionary leaders, with the assistance of
the soldiers, forced their way into the
building, went to the prince's antechamber, and had him aroused. They
bluntly mado known the purpose of their
Intrusion. He was stunned,'having been
taken completely unawares. When he
recovered his self control and realized
the helplessness of his situation he bit*
.terly reproached his captors for their
treachery. What followed is still rather
obscure. Tho revolutionists declare
that Alexander signed a formal abdication of the throne, Others, however, assert that he firmly declined to sign an
abdication, and thut iu consequence of
his refusal he was made prisoner and
confined iu a remote prison, being told
he would he kept there until he complied
with tho demands of the revolutionists.
The prince was removed from Sofia under a cavalry escort before daybreak, and
the people did not become acquainted
with the fact of a coup d'etat until several hours after the prince was removed
from the palace. Telegrams from Widdeu say advices received there from Bulgaria say there is much discontent among
the troops over the change in govern*
ment, J'he large proportion of troops
arc disposed to rostora Alexander.
I'aius, Aug. 24.—Reports'are current j
horp.lhaiSftftvIa has begun to place hor
army on a war footing.
M.wn.w.AV, Aug.'24—One of tin* em- ,
hiiiiliiucnt** ol the Irrawady river burst
iu this city yt-sterday.   Tho broalc is .'IOO ,
yards in length, and so rapid   was   tho
llow of water t at hi u few minutes the !
whole district was Hooded from  four to I
ten feet deep.   Engineers at once cut the '.
dam smith of the city to allow tlie waters '
to mil-side, but  the result of this is as
yet  unknown.   Fifty  thousand people i
are to-day   homeless in   the  uity, their j
lion-it's  and  possessions  having   either '
beeu destroyed or  subm rgeil,    A number of persons  were  drowned, but hbw
many  is not yet known.   The   flooded
district had within its territory many of
the   food  supplying  stores, ami all of
these were swept away.    The result will
bo an approach  to famine among the
liomeleHs people.   The liver will not. fall
sufficiently   to  permit any attempts at
reconstruction of thebroken embankment
until November,   liritish military opeia-
tionn are seriously interfered with by
the overflow.
Sr.   PhTHKsmmo,  'Aug.    24.— The
Journal tlr St, Peln'sbiirg, commenting
on the Bulgaihui crisis, says it hopes the
politicians of  llulgaria ami  Uoumelia
will have wlsdoni to understand that the
destinies of hoth   nations depend on the
belmvtor of  the people.    "The powers!
with whom rests tho   decision   of   their
destinies,1' adds   the  Journal,  "desire:
above all things peace, and the good wilt
of these powers should be secured.    Pol* I
luelniiR Should absta u   from   agitation,
and should not attempt to hamper their
good intentions.     The Itussian press tio
not   generally believe   that any forfrlRtl
powers will interfere with Hussia 'a direct '
naolfleatioti nf fttilgimn.   Nam' lrremin
without any  pain.
once it will do a,
What it has done
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A.   HI.—The resular Coiu-
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held on the lirst Monday In each
month.   Sojourning brethren are cordially invited fo attend 1). WILSON,
te'2Mc Secretary.
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Silk S-Hi-tN, TwM*, liiiicy Hut Ions
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Visitor, The KUhtip of New WexlmlitMer,
1'RlNcii'AL-H. FIKNNES-CLINTON, ESQ., M. A. (of Kettle College, Oxford,
and Lennoxville, P. Q.),
Assistant Master and SurERtSTKNDENT ok the Commki.c!iai. Department :
W. H. BATES, ESQ. (of the College Comuuinale, Boulogne, and Anglo-
French College, Loiulon).
Mathon-MRS. REDDISH.
Board of Education-—The Visitor arid Principal; Tlie Ven. Archdeacon of Columbia ; The Rev. 11. O. Fiennea-Clhiton j C. N. Trew, Esq., M. D.; G. E. Corbould, l-.si|.
The School will Re-open on Thursday, Sept. gth, 1886.
THE COURSE OF STUDIES .EMBRACES EITKEn CLASSICAL OR COMMER-
cial subjects,  In Ihaformoi*Branchesnt-eparatlon 's Riven for the Universities;
in tholattcr'iiupilsarelllteil hy u study of Modern l,an-,'uajres, Commercial Correspondence, llook-keeoio-,', Ae., to take posl!Inns of  responsibility In  the Business
Houses of the Province,   Both branches Include sound instruetlon in Qcftgraphy,
History;"English and Mathuriiatics.
For I'rosiieelus. apply tn the manor of nkw Wkstsusstrb- or any member of Ihe
Board of ISduoatloii.
LOOK   HERE!
Being determined to
October 1st nuxt,
close out thc balance of my Stock before
I will sell all Goods now on hand at a
GREAT   SACRIFICE
jy Call early to secure Bargains. G.   LEISER.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY.
PACIFIC   DIVISION.
TENDERS WIU* BB RECEIVED UP
lo im..n i'U -m-iln'-oil-iy, Au-fiitt '-'Hili*
uddressi-il to tin- midi-rslgnr-d ut i'ort
Moody for llio bulldlnp or the brick work
required f<»" 'bo
Company's Hotel,
and tlie General Superintendent's Houso
at Vancouver.
Plans, spceltlciitlons, ami nll information ean he obtained on application to Mr.
.lohn Cleincnls, Vancouver.
Tlie lowest or any tender will not iieees-
sarliv bo accented.
II. AJJBOTT,
(leiuTiil Superintendent.
Port Moody- Aligns! Uth, 1880,   daulliwl
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A iai'go nml woll nRaorteil Blook o*
Groceries, Dry Coods
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-ci of Mlittle HllMii'MN. -VIno, u number of
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Goods will be put. up lo suit, puiebasors,
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known at Sale,
S   11. WEBB,
dnnlSId AiK-Honeec
the surveys of Townships Noh, 1 and
i, west of Cnnst Meridian, ami Townships
"Nos. 7, 8, 10, PI. It nnd ill,east of Coast
Meridian, New Westminster Dlstrlet. liuv-
lug been duly eon tinned, the undorsi-rned
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lloniestend Kntry ou Dominion liiindsln
sueh Townships rospeelively.
Applicants must personam- appoar before tbe and ers I lined at   the   Dominion
Lands Offlco,  New Wostmlnstor.  and
' mnkotho aflhlayjt and pay the entry feo
ol <?ll>preK(-ril>eit hy Clause 111 of the Lands
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anetiun or otherwise, that tlie public
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London, Aug. 23.—-The Marquis of
Salisbury returned to London this
morning. He has had a long interview with the Earl of Iddlesleigh, foreign minister. 'Hie coup d'etat in
Bulgaria was a complete surprise to
to both ministers. Securities which
were affected bythe first receipt of
nuws from Sofia are now recovering.
A dispatch from Vienna to the Times
contains the following: Prince Alexander was deposed by a conspiracy. He
was escorted to Widdeu to embark
thence on Sunday for Sevun in Walla-
chi, Roumania. A dispatch from
liucherest, the capital of Roumania,
states that all news from Bulgaria
comes at present through olHcial
sources, anil tliat no private person is
allowed to enter or leave Bulgaria.
'Hio telegraph lines, the dispatch mills,
have all been stepped from operation.
The story of the deposition is told as
follows: Kiuirvelof, the prime minister, entered the palace at Sofia and
explained to Prince Alexander that
public opinion in Bulgaria was dissatisfied with his policy, and demanded bis
deposition. Alexander said: ''I see
no friends: I cannot resist public opinion." Meetings have been held in
Sofia and Bustichct. and in all of them
the proclamation of tho change of government was received with favor, the
people rejoice "over Uie co«p which,
they say, endea au intolerable situation. The Bulgarians are persuaded
that Russia will now assist them to
consummate a union which they think
it is Turkey's design to frustrate.
Alexander was taken completely by
•surprise. He was astounded at the
sudden bursting of the plot upon him.
Kaarveloff had managed the whole affair with such secrecy that the only indication of the coming storm was the
mutinous spirit noticeable among the
troops. Alexander had ordered the
circulation of papers among them which
declared that he was the only obstacle
to union, but his orders in this regard
had tjot been obeyed. The affection
of the -common people for Alexander
personally remains undiminished. A
telegram from Bucharest says the Roumanians are very much excited over
the Bulgarian crisis. King Charles is
personally presiding over a special
meeting of the cabinet hastily convened, and Prince Bretanio is returning
home from Qoodra with nil possible
speed.
London, Aug. 23.--News fru.n Bulgaria severely depressed stocks on London exchange. British funds closed \
lower; Egyptian, Turkish, Russian,
and Hungarian funds fell j, closing at
lowest rates. At Newcastle freights
were firmer all around.
St. Louis, Aug. *23.—A dispatch
from Elposo says Cutting has been released  by the Chihuahua authorities.
Dublin, Aug. 23.—*An immense
meeting was held txi-dayat Carrick, on
Seno, in aid of the Irish parliament
fund. Resolutions were adopted declaring that the people would continue
the home rule struggle for years if
nocessary. The wildest enthusiasm
was oxhibited, the audience standing
with uncovered heads ami singing
uGod save Ireland." Large sums of
money were subscribed.
Beuun, Aug. 23.—The Norlh German Gazette says German interests are
not touched by the Bulgarian accidents. -
London, Aug. 23.—A one-mile race
at Lillie bridge to-day between George
and Cummings was won by the former.
The attendance wns variously estimated
nt from 0,000 to 12,000. Cummings
wore au elastic stocking iu the race.
St. Pktkiwiiukh, Aug. 23.— The
Russian press is less surprised at the
deposition of Alexander than it was
when Uoumelia took precipitate action
in 1883. Newspapers here generally,
fur some time past, have believed that
the political t-Jtision iu Bulgaria foreshadowed a catastrophe. Evanstra
says Russia must now speak hev
weighty word if she does not wish to
lose control of Bulgarian destinies.
Nove.tta says it ii highly probable tlmt
Russia will intervene directly and establish a new order of things in Bulgaria, and adds, " With Alexander deposed, Bulgarian sympathy with Russia will revive." Most of the Russian
papers observe that tho foreign papers
manifest a confusion of ideas respecting thu relations between the three
emperors.
Sofia, Aug. 23.--The government's
proclamation announcing the deposition of Alexander and the reasons
therefor declares that he rendered
great services on thu field of battle,
hut politically he hnd toe little regard
for Bulgaria's position as a Slav statu
nnd the niiiinteunnce of relations with
Russia. His deposition on this account was iieci-asary.
London, Anv. 23.—The French
feeling favors Prince Alexander's deposition, because the princo is a German.
Frenchmen hope Russia's action in thu
emergency may embroil the central
European powers. Nobody in 1'aris
helievi-s these powers connived at
Prince Alexander's expulsion, The
Times, commenting on the Bulgarian
affair, says: " We fear it will bo regarded, as fur as Prince Alexander is
ci nicerned. as thu end of thu chapter.
For him the general feeling will be one
of respectful sympathy. Tlio event
must be regarded ns a-tnumpli of Hussia in diplomacy, and a very impressive result. Tt is also,in u less degree,
n reverse of England's diplomacy, It
is only (oo clear thnt the marquis of
Salisbury i» confronted with all the
dangers and difficulties in an aggravated form which liu had to face on his
tirst accewioii with the powers.
Sr. Pitirsbukd, Aug, 23.- The
Messenger publishes nu ollicial commu-
nicntiuii »'*itiuif that the relntions between Russia and the other powers remain iirtalted.
London, Aug. 23.—When the nuws
nf Prince Alexander's deposition wns
received at the British foreign ellice
yeaterday lhe enrl of Iddlesleigh, for
eign minister, went during thu evening to tho foreign office niid despatched
messengers   with the news to all the
i cabinet ministers known to bo in the
j city, and sent special couriers to Salis-
i bury at Hatfield house, There has
| heen great activity at tho foreign offico
I all day, nnd almost continuous telo-
■ graph communication hus been kopt
j up with tho foreign capitals.
Sofia, Aug. 23.—The city has been
; declared in a state of siege.
I Liverpool, Aug. 23.—A special des-
i patch to the Post from London states
| that Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, chief
: socretary for Ireland, regards the situ-
j ation in Ireland with Borioiis misgivings, and has become less sanguine
I about the success of nuy Irish policy
based on " firmness and decision."
London, Aug. 23.—In the house of
commons to-night Mr. Labouehere, resuming the debate on the address in
reply to the Queen's speech, said that
Lord Randolph Churchill's recent electoral manifesto was an insult to the
Radical party. He (Labouehere) was
surprised that Hartington had never
repudiated language applied by Churchill to Gladstone. He taunted the
Whigs with being disguised, the Tories
as woll as tho Whigs. He continued
that thero was a Birmingham gang un-'
der the leadership of Chamberlain,
The family of the latter had doubtless
done ellicient municipal servico, and
Birmingham, therefore, out of sheer
gratitude, had subordinated imperial interests to municipal gratitude. Outside of Birmingham the Chaniberlain-
ites had no influence whatever. Chamberlain thought no sehome could be a
good one unless ho himself was its
author. Chamberlain could continue
in his downward career until he should
be gazetted Lord Chamberlain. {Laughter). The speaker urged Irishmen to
continue their efibrts by legitimate
means tn obtain their rights as a nation
struggling to be free. (Cheers), The
followers of Parnell had a right to be
proud of their leader. The accusation
that they were mercenary and receiving aid from America camo with ill
grace from English members-who were
not above pecuniary aid from the ducal
house election fund. Continuing lie
said that winter wus approaching, and
the military were assisting in evictions
of people many of whom wero cast out
on roadsides. Irishmen could not be
blamed if they refused to submit tamely to such treatment, but he warned
them that disorder would only serve
as an excuse for resisting home rulo
and would insure coercion.
Sir Michael Hicks* Beach said it was
: the duty of the government to restore
i order and administer government in
| Ireland with the law as they found it.
j Why, ho asked, did not Sir Win,
; Harcourt move au amendment to the
j address instelid of attempting \o stab
j thu government behind its bnck ? If
i it was truu that the government has
: encouraged outrage and promoted dis*
I ordor iu Ireland, they ought to bu im*
i pouched. The government proposed
tno things, to administer tho law and
to consider carefully a sehome of decentralization in the direction of local
self government, framed upon a popular basis. (Parnellite laughter.) Tho
latter scheme would be framed as far
as the peoplo could go to meet tho exigency of Ireland (cheers), but iu accordance with the verdict of last elections. (Cheers.) That waB their
whole policy. The government Imped
that when their tenure of oflicu closed
they would leave Ireland more peaceful and orderly und prosperous than
they had found it.   (Cheers.)
Mr. Morely, upon rising, was loudly
cheered by the Parnellites.   He said
he had never denied that dissenters
had a perfect right to discuss Mr. Gladstone's proposals freely.   Lord Hartington was amply justified iu disavowing any disrespect toward Mr. Gladstone, but tho same could not be suid
of other parties to the controversy.
He had observed little in tho language
of his noble  friend to encourage  a
hope that the difficulty would bo soon
adjusted, and ho maintained thnt a
majority of Liberals with Gladstone
must wait and boo if it was possible
to justify  tlieir past action.     They
should constantly spare no pains to
convert  the country to their way of
thinking.   (Cheers.)    He admitted it
wns tho duty of the governmont to
suppress disorder, but he feared they
would fail now aa they had failed iu
1885.     He said that an increase of
outrages always followed an increaso
! of evictions.     It was supposed that
social order could be restored without
j dealing with   the agrarian rpiestioii.
The government proposed to stop outrages on oue hand and to encourage
i evictions on the other.   (Cheers.)   He
1 doubted if any good would be accomplished by sending Sir Hedvurse Bui-
! ler to Ireland, because that gentleman
would  bu   unable to devise any new
; means  for   thu   detection of  crimes
which   the public desired tu conceal.
The league had done its utmost to prevent crime, and its failure was evidence  of  how deep routed disorder
was, but Mr.   Parnell was right when
he said, if under home rule outrages
continue, the test of Ireland would
soon put a stop to them.     The proposals of the late government had mude
' the  task of  restoring order an easy
oue because they had given the Irish
people  a measure of patioucu which
they had never had before.     He was
disappointed by the narrowness of the
proposals  which the government had
. produced.    Moreover, the land Com-
. mission would ho likely to have a mis-
\ chievous  oft'cot upon social order in
October and  November, as landlords
would be tempted to extort the utmost
iu order to provo that routs were not
too high, and  tenants would  have an
equal interest  in  withholding  runts
, for the opposito reason.    If they were
I to have a land bill such as Lord Sails-
! bury had foreshadowed,  he   believed
the  country   would soon wish it had
accepted Gladstone's measure.    Coll;
, tinging, Morely snid that the appointment of a commission tn enquire Into
I tlie condition of Irish industries was
entirely unnecessary: as all desired information on that subject was already
! in the hands of the government,     I It-
considered the proposal to spend millions  of   tingli*-!-   money  on   public
works in Ireland was of more doubt*
i ful expediency than any proposal that
: could have emanated from the government.     Besides it was a measure of
centraliziilioii, ami was introduced at
1 the same timu that load government
: was promised.   (Cheers.)   in eoiiclu-
! sion ht; said they would never he able
, to make a stop toward pcriiiniiuiit set-
| tleinoiit   till  they  hml given  Ireland
I a   statutory   pui-iiamunt and an Irish
! executive,     (Cheers,)     Mr.   Parnell
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the Table supplied with every possiblo delicacy, The hotel is undor Ihe personal inaiiufreinrnl of tlie well-known
I'litei-er.R F-Ttoyee,
DOYCE A CAIRNS,
in hill o Proprietors.
Port Hammond Nursery!
\TO\V tH THE TIME TO BJfiND IN
IV your orders, If you want some of
thoso nico fruit qr ornamental trees,
shrubs, etc.. fiom Ontario. An 1 return
about tho middle of June to settle up my
■affairs tliere mid i-oiueoul this fall with
the stoek for my nursery here, nntl will
select nnd bring your ordors rljilit along
with me for this fall nml next Spring's
planting.! will satisfy all both ns to quality of trees and fruit, and I will be settled
here in the business so you will know
whore to tlml mo. All pom mun lent Ions
after the middle of .Inne muy be addressed
to me utIJowmaiiville, Out., or to Carleton
A Harris, Port Hammond.
G."W. HENRY,
my22tc Port Hammond P.O.
DRUGGISTSI
Vow Westminster, V. G.
 mlrlOlc	
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
I Ou> Bkoah St. and 1(1 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchan*
\ dise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
■ Ships hi Port, Harhor or Dook, and the
I Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships build*
j ine and repairing, Barges and other Ves*
; sets on navigable rivers and canals, and
i Goods on hoard sueh Vessels, throughout
I Great Britain ami Ireland and in Foreign
I Countries,
j FROM 1088 OR 1MMAQEHT FIRK.
Sui-scribed and Invented Capital,
£1,000,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every informa-
' tion ean bu obtained ou application to
IV. J. ARMSTRONG
Agent for New We-itmmster,
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE  UNDERSIGNED lius GStnljItBllod
lilmsolf lu tlio Citv ol New Westminster with II J/IHKT-tJI.A!'K
II
-PRACTICAL-
Hatt just received for the Holidays a fine
assortment of Gold and Silver
COVERED CARRIAGE, JEWELRY
Which Iri uihmi f«r Kiij-j-iiK'-mt'lifit ul
very modernlt- -rimrK.es-
Orders lefl at tlio Colonial Hold or sent
by LoIcphoiiCi will bo promptly attended
to day or night. Stablo next H.-Elliott's.
JOS. OATES.
Telephone No. 80. mylte
GENTS'
Hi!
Missks. Mcelroy & vm henry
wish lo Inform the Lrulles of New
Westminster tlmt thoy have opened ii
Oreis-Making Establishment
-AT-
TK.UT lino's STORK, COLUMBIA ST.
Where they will Ire prennrcil to oxecuto
nny orders entrusted In them In tlietntost
styles nnrl with nil possible dOHpfttoll,
Now Wostmlnster. Oot. flth, 1885.   oolto
WEST END
BOLD & SILVER WATCHES
j Lnaies Size Swiss Gold Wan-lies
from 825 to $55,
Ladles size Amerlcnii Stem*
wlndim* (iolil Watches, at
$32.50.
KKMBMBKR-We do nut soil "fllled"
Watelies and Jewelry as solid gold.
Our goods arc guaranteed just as represented, and prices lower than any
otlior house in li. C.
COI.OXIAI. HLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
1* I ti 1 ii and r-nncy
FIRE
TERMS EASY.
1). JS. CURTIS, Aiiknt,
New Westminster.
M. If. COWAN, Sj-jciiktahv,
jelllto Viotoria.
THE CELEBRATED
WHITE
Sewing Machine!
£■* GOOD AS ANY MADE.
SOLE AOEKT FOB MAINLAND:
C. J. ROBSON,
At the New I'rult and Confectionery
Store, Opposito (Jrrlonlnl Hotel, New
Westmlnsler, B. 0. Jlyffllo
Fire! Fire!
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, %Hrd Jvue., 1886.
Mil. G. R0BKUT80N,
Vnuconvt'i'i
Representing Goltllu A McCulloch;
Unit, Out.
.Sin.—Wo Hit* undersigned having wit-
nemed tlio terHblo firo which wined out of
existence tbe young city of Vancouver,
on the 18th Inst., havo* after the fire, examined the safes soltl by you, somo of
which were pin lo the most sovero lost,
huving been surrounded by lnrge i-uunti-
ttcs of litrtl tuul bacon, nntl we are pleu-ted
tn testify to the roiuurkable mannor In
whk-li every safe soltl by you preserved
its contents, mil otilvhooUs unit papers,
but also thousuuds ut dollars in paper
money woro taken out in perfect condition. We can, therefore, with the grent-
est confidence, reeotu mend thein as thoroughly Uro proof:
li, A. Hamilton, for tbo Canadian Pacific
Railway Company; M. A. Macljenn,
Mayor; Jolin .1. make, Stipendiary Ma-
giatratc; itlcliM. Alexander, Justice of
the Pence; John lloultbee, Police Magistrate, City of Vancouvec; Thomas Dunn,
Justice of the Peace; Isnnc Johns, Col.;
Edward 10. Hnnd, Heal Estate Broker;
It. Unlfour, Alderman; John Uunklii,
Heal Kstate Hroker; Pither A Edson,
Hovnl Hotol; 11. Y, Keofur, Contractor,
C. i\ R,; J. W. MoFarladd. Port Moody,
to Vancouver and English Bny; F. 0.
Innes A Co., Real Estate Brokers; A. Vf.
Ross, Real Estate Broker; Gravely A
Hplnks, Itenl Kstiiti-Ilrokoi-s; R.C. Ferguson, Mgr. H. C. P. Mills. je30tc
And Confectionery always on hand.
GROCERIES ^PROVISIONS
Delivered to nny part of tno City.
JCEI.Ij-2- Bsoa,   Coluinliln Street, j
Joil-lc	
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Ftiriilshrs nil Kinds of Help
Free of Charge.
OUR BUSINESS MEM.
D.
Importer and Dealer in
Fail! Groceries!
DO YOU WANT TO BUY OR Kl',1,1, A
liushioKH, tnke a partner, etc.
PICKERING St, CO.
OI'TICI': Port Street. Iiotwenn limmliii
nnrl nrollglllotl, VICTOIUA, 11. 0. P.O
Ir.rx 11:11. inlijr*
Wood and Coal.
rpHE SUDSOMBBR HAS ON HANHA
1   largo Quantity of
HESTWELLIWDHllfOOH
And mi tiBsorhnonl of
CORD WOOD,
Wlileli  ho will sell ill  lowest niton.    He
Mill also [>ri uu pily nl tend to nil I'lmlsof
-xrxa A.ivcxxffo-.
orders left nl Sir. MofVill'sstorcon Co-
luinlila slreel, ur nl my house, lionglas'
street, will moot wllh prompt attention.
The Colonial
BOOTiSHOE
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER.       PROVISIONS.
Wm. Ross s imp°rtedii1 quantity,
impoht*.*, AN" "KA"-",N    I First-Class in quality,
BOOTS and SHOES
  Sold at Bottom Prices
Tbe French Lenoir, (lootlycnr, I'lnk-
erton, Cochrane, (Jusslls ts Co.,
Amies liolden and Slater
Boota nnd Shoe*.
T Al'lK.1 ANI) (IKNTLHMHN AltK UK-
lj Hnectfnlly Invlterl to rail tine eiain-
(lie tlio Htoek,
I have ntrjo on Ininil tlie
•COT-JIt-CANADIAN
TllillT K-iKE
Wlilcli now taken tho lilace ot 1*11111 boota.
Jy-tllo
The best Place in the
City to buy your
Groceries.
ToisM
SSa,-"*-|D. McPHADEN,
Deane'- Brick Block,
NKW WKSTMINSTKR, B.C.
Xr'W Wr'slmliisler 11. f.
HENBY BtiMOTT,
JlylOto
Notice to  Persons in Search
of Farms.
EstdtG of Traon Bros. rnitR township'opsubbby con-
I.VMMIU    ui     iiuuj   vi uu.    1   min, myami i^iiHni which nre tor
' mill'. The Innrl la of exnrlli'lil iinnllty-the
very 1*-Ml. In Ihe province The Keeve
unil fjoiniell are most nlixlriiln lo secure
ileHlrnlrl Itli-r*.   A|)|il!r'ritlnll  lo them
Will reeelvc |irnitl|lt allenlloll. The rollrla
111 tllO lnwnshl|i nre unrnl. nnrl Ihercnro
elilirirhen, KChooln, nml 11 town hull.
TlltlH. HIIANNON.Ilireve,
('lover Vnlley P, 0.
II. T.TIIItll'T, Clerk,
ilwnnUllil ,    J"l-I'' llall'K Prnlrlo P. n.
AM, AltnllNT.-t DUB To THK AHOVE
M-ilnte innsl ho 1... i.i lo Mr. T. .1. Trapp
n( the llrm ut T. .1. Trnpp A Oo, Nnw
Wi'Hllnln-tor.iin nr Irefnre tlii'JIIrrl Alien*!
liiMl..otherwl-elhev will he plneerl In the
hilhti-h'thniiollcltorof llio onlnto ror fin-
llle.llntr'cnllr.rllon.
I111IJT IIAUVHY.
Iloeolvnrlll I'J of Trnpp Hire..
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAMKS FISHER, Proprietor.
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOMBS,
TABLETS AND CROSSES. FURNITURE MARBLE, Ac.
Persons living lit 11 distance, by semling
a dCHcrlptlou ot whnt they wlnhrcnn hnvo
iI'jnIkiis, iirltH-t-, etc., furnished ou application. All work guaranteed equal to any
on the Pacific Coast, und at reimoiutl-le
rates. N,B,—No Agents employed,
Gordon Street, Victoria, B, C.
Opp, Ht. Andrew'*- Presbyterian Church.
111I1 Lite
JOHNS. COX,
A-. Importer and Dealer In
sHH^J INCLUDING
WHITE I.KUHOKNH,
BROWN 1.KUIH1HNH,
PLYMOUTH ROCKS,
LANOSHAROS,
While Crested lllack PoUml.,
Guinea Fowl.,  Ileiien Dneka,
While Pekin Duel,..
Pit Game., llou-lana.
tMkJllrilsand JSgga supplier! at low rates,
ami nll atock gtlurantceil.
Boyal Avenue, Kant of Douglas St.
mhJlto
New Westminster, Coal Harbor
ana Seattle Route.
THE STEAMER
(J. W. TABTE, Muter.)
WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVE11Y
Thursday Herulni at J) o'clock, for
New Westminster anil Conl llurbor, via
I'ort Townsend anil the Islands: arrives at
New Westminster on Friday forenoon,
leaves for Coal Harhor about two hours
afterwards; leaves COAL HARBOK Friday Night for Seattle.
Fare la Scntlle KH.ee
Freight per lea,  1.00
Special rates to merchants.        il'ilotc
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
—HIFOKTBKH »NI> MALMta IN—
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,;
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
.zines,
Toys, etc.
A  Private   College I The Largest Stock on the Main-
—Fon— ian(ji   anfj  secon(*   to   no
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys, <$___.-., British Co.
WILL HE OPENED AT ,      , .
ROSS BAY, VICTORIA, B. G.
MONDAY, AUGUST U\> 1886.
THE   BUILDING   HAS   15   LARGE
Kuoms ii ml   In \vi>ll fum tailed with :
pogUior Biiitc«, Imtli rooms, Ac, Ac.
K*-ftllt'i)t.oj)|)orluiiilli's for ult klntlnof ,
liciilthfiil i-xLTt-lsfN, tiii'luiilmjIiotillneiiinJ
bnMmiff.
1'iiplls will bo made most i<omfortalile
and thulr general welfnro ciiref.iliy eon-
Bid cred.
A COMPETENT STAFF OF INSTRUCTORS
Will be miilntuinetl.
Excellent fuetlllles will bo udbrded for
Instruction in   Kuilbh,   Cauiu-fircUl, .
1 laMNirul mul MwlrrB 1-HiiKHaxr Subjects,
with Innit-Mint-mill .-Uiit-lr,
Application KorntS, Hcferenecs ami fnll ;
Informullon furnished by
KEV. G. J. BKKNTON, U.A.,
NUW W^HTUINSTKlt.
Junes, 1886, ilwJlyiMc
 SOLE AGENTS  FOK-
I
Of Boston.
The Dominion Organ,
Of Rowmwiville. Out,
Anil agents for all the leading Amerlcar
PIANOS & ORGANS
MONUMENTS special forms
RULED & PRINTED
On the \tvvtiilnt-i, as uently and clieaplj
as at any othei estahlishmeot in thi
Province.
—AGENTS  FOtt	
Confederation Life Aituranee Co.
North Britiih ami MertanUle Fin
Insurance Co.
mHK UNDERSIGNED HAB BEKNAPt
I    polutetl itKcnl In lirilisli Columbia tor
these beautiful iiiinuiments. Ynli piirtht-
ulurs us to prices and Ul-sIkiih on iimillcu*
Hon. CHAS. I. KOBSON,
At tho Fruit nnd Confectionery store, ou-
pOBttaColonial Hotel, New Wostmlnster,
11. (7. mh;ilt<-
LAND KK(iISTKV«KIHNAXt% 1870.
I.iilo Niih. ;h»iiiiiI Jtt-J Iii Ihr Town of Port
lln nun mul .1 nnrl Imi.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Tllle of hml Murray to tfio above-
mentioned I..ile Iiiih been lost or destroyed,antl ti|i|iM(-'ition has been mude forn
iliiiillentetliereor;
Nolle* In therefore hereby tri vim of my
hii.'titinii to 'Ibbho a fresh OovtlHonto of
Tllle hi  lieu nf Hint so lost or detlmvpd, !
unless en uso ltd shown   to the contrnry
-ivlllilll one nionth froni tbetlute hereof.
It. W. ARMHTRONO,
Deputy Ropisimr.   \
Land Iti-itlslry offlco,
New\Veslmlnsli-r,:inl July, 1HHH.        !
iHHlfllrtl
Mu! Glotil!
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
Hu Just Hcctivml
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
A Large Quantity of
Koys' and Youth's
Clothing!
7 Cases of American
FELT    HATS
Also, > (ull lino ol
OENTS' FURNISHING QOODS
—ill! NOW HAS—
The Beat Aaaortment In the ibove
line tnt exhibited In New
Wettmlniter.
LATEST  BTTLES
At f/iwost Possltrlii Prices for nnsl"
till ,,rlr »d M.ke T«r MUelUii.
Colum.ia Sthit o„. tm or I, c.
 AgenU for Firat-Olnu	
UU ui M6IM0SF SAFE!
HHirNNO   RIMJIIFTI.
DBEDS, HORTUAOI tj
< BI118 Iir 8AIK,
ClIHTUH HOVBK BliANKB
IKA8KB, PKOM. X0TE8,
ORDKRS, RB0IIFT8
| And all kinds of Blank Books and Blan
Forms on hand.
 All the Leading	
NEWSPAPERS
 AND	
PERIODICAL!
Regularly received.  Bubeoriptiona takl
for any Publication at oweet raUi.
ht We import illnut from manufa
tur.re, and cannot be undenold In th
Province.
t. R. PEARSON & 00.
OOLVHIU   8TRBST,
N«w   Weitminiter, B. (

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