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Array THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
-ts rrjuuatv—
Kvepy Wednesday & Saturday,
—»i—
0. ROBSON A CO.
OFFICE COLUMUA STKEET. EaruM! TO Edi-
mULUlMKni DEPAITIKSTTSIfllDII T. R.
tutam t Co'l. Boon * Iiatiihhv (tin.
rKKMS-Rr Mall. 13 a you t $1 SO for 6 moi. t
tl Iur A mo., i payable la Adrsnco. Dell.ereil
by Cnrilrrror Agent, fl per qrinrttrr, payable
qssrtorly to drier or Agent.
AO.INTS
T. H. HlSIEH II CO. , VlOTOIIA.
T.». Peamok 4 Co Yale.
TUIC   DADCD  inny bo fuiisd on file nt
I Mo r Mr tn o.o. p. row.ii a Co.'.
Newipspei Ailvertlilrig Unless (10 Spruce St.),
where Uf.rtl.lng contracts rosy be mnde for It In
KKW YMK.
Wilt §ritiah C-Jlttmbinn.
Halanlay Horning. July »4, lnnd.
Current Events and Opinions.
The Union Flag has a history
interesting at the present juncture.
The high sheriff of an Irish county
says: "Tho Union Flag, or the
Union Jack, with its three crosses of Bt, Georee, St. Andrew,
and St. Patrick, is the symbol
of the* parliamentary union between England, Scotland, and Ireland. The histories of the Flag
and the Union are one. In 1707,
when tho Scottish parliament whb
united with the English to form
the parliament of Great Britain, the
Cross of St. Andrew, with its blue
ground, united with the red Gross
of St. George, became the national
ensign. When the parliaments of
Great Britain and Ireland were
united in 1800, the Gross of St.
Patrick, with its white ground,
was blended with tho united crosses
of St. George and St. Andrew, to
signify the union of the three parliaments, and to form forever the
Union Flag of the United Kingdom."—The Week.
Columbian.
VOLUME 30
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0„ SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1880.
NUMBER 7
In mnny respects Canada may
well olnini to occupy tho first place
among our colonial possessions. It
is the oldest of our great colonies
and the nearest to the mother country. It was the first to obtain
representative institutions, and the
first to recognize the advantages of
local federation. Its growth has
not been so marvellous as that of
some of the Australian colonies,
and in climate and other natural
advantages it can hardly compete
with New Zealand. But its future
contains possibilities which are almost infinite. Its agricultural capabilities are inexhaustible and its
mineral resources are vast. Half a
generation ago, when Lord Wolseley
conducted the Red River expedition
in the year of tho Franco-German
war, Winnipeg, the flourishing capital of the Northwest, wes a mere
outpost in the wilderness, only to
be reached by a laborious advance
through trackless forests and almost
unexplored waters. Now it is a
great' city, full of activity and eu-.
terprise, from which no less thnn
seven railways radiate. Tho growth
of Chicago itself was not inore rapid
in the corresponding period of its
existence But Winnipeg, though
as yet tho most important place on
the line, is less than half way botween Montreal and the Paoifio terminus. We thus obtain some fnint
conception of the gigantic, and, in
some aspects, the more than romantic nature of the undertaking which
has been accomplished by the coni-
. pletion of the Canadian Pacific Railway. In the Old World weare
accustomed to make railways in order to accommodate an already existing traflic. In the New World,
the process is habitually reversed
The railway creates the traffic instead of the traffic generating the
railway. But even to the Canadian
Pacific Railway fur transcends in
its bold conception and in its energetic execution all similar enterprises of the North American continent. Canada is slill in its infancy compared with the United
States, but it has nevertheless accomplished a work as great as any
which the United States have undertaken. We heartily aongrntu-
late the Canadians .on the success
they have now achieved.—London
Times.
commercial enterprise, and it will
be kept running anyhow as a military and imperial necessity. It is
England's alternative route to India,
China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, and the Isles of the Pacific,
and a very effective alternative routo
it is going to prove. It is certain
to impart new life to Canada, and
it has largely done so already.
Along its course there are millions
of ncros of the best wheat-raising
land in the world, and England has
the people with which to populate
them, and she is ,bent Upon doing
so. The port selected for the tor*
minus on the Pacific side is an admirable one. Soon the British possessions all around the Paoifio—
Australia, India, China, Japan, etc.,
will be connected with that port
by the swiftest steamers afloat, and
as a consequence, San Francisco is
face to face with a competitor with
whom we will presently have to
reckon. It is useless to blink the
facts. "We liave been doing that
too long already. It will be better
—far befctei*— to take into earnest
consideration how | we can best encounter our new and formidable
rival for the .trade of the Pacific.
We have considerable advantage in
having got a long way ahead in the
start, but' that alono will' not suffice
us. We i must - jbe up. and* doing,
and, with enterprise and capital,
make the trade of the outlying
countries around the entire Pacific
Our own now nnd' forever. The
commercial supremacy of San Francisco is the prize that is at stake.—
& JV News-Letter.
T\ Mclean, h.d.
Offloe and Jftcsliltmcej—Oenlileiil Holed,
ieSSto mew Westminstor, B. C.
IT   M. COOPER, B. A.,H.D.,
'   PHYSICIAN i. SOHQEON.
OFFICE and nKfilDENCE-Cliureli St.
(next door to Farmers' Home), nenr
Columbia St., tie, Westminster, B.O.
OFFIOE H0U118-Slo 10n. m.j ltoSnnd
ei*oto8p.m. Calls In town nnd country promptly nttended to. feilto
rvBs*. (-ARROW * HALL,
Fkyslela.s, gnrae.aui tt Aee.Neae.rs.
Office & Rciudencb—Columbia street,
cor. Churoh.
N. B.-WII1 visit Clillllwlimrk mine u
fortnight.
J. G arrow, H.D.
T. SVLrn»BHAM.,H.II., L.S.A.
 JeJMtc
T\R. V. WBL.H,
DENTIST,
Colonial Hotel,
New Westminster, B. C. aplStc
c.
. BROWN,
DENTIST.
OPFICE-Over D. S. Curtis * Co.'s Drug
Store, Columbia St., NewWestminster.
Hoins-etoHi 1:80 to 7.
Will visit Chllllwha-k the first Monday
and twu following days In eaoh montli.'
TaetK painlessly axtratrt.il.   aul2
titisshs. Mcelroy * vit7, henry
ijtL  wlsl, lo Inform llio Ladles of New
Westminster that thoy lmvo opened a
■"■-ess-Making Establishment   '
-AT- '.
TKAPP llllll I. HTllltC, I III | Kint 8T.
Where they will be prepared, lo uxcculo
nny orders entrusted to thom In tlio latest
styles itiitl with nil possible despatch.
Now Wostmlnstcr. Ocl. Olh, 1885.   oo71o
HACK FOR HIBE.
THE UNDERSIGNED hns established
himself lu the Oltv of Now Westminster with a FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Wliich I* «prii Tor Kngs>«Henla at
Terr moderate Charges.
Orders left nt tlio Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
todayor night. Stable nextH.Elliott's.
',    ,        „ JOS. RATES.
Telephone No. 89, mylte
GEO. A. NEWMAN,
ARTIST TAILOR
I'lirinerly employed by A. Ureas
.1 Son, Victoria.)
HAS OPENED AN ESTABLISHMENT
rm Ills own account, In the city of
New Westminstor, tun! has no connection
whnleviT wlllr bin former employers, A.
Gregg & Son,  Persons wishing
GARMENTS OF ANY KINO
Made up In me latest Styles anil la a
t'lr»l-fla*a manner
Should cnll on OEO. A. NEWMAN,
lniyilm      Al Ooldstnnors, Frontstreet,
/-10*BOILD St Mr I eLL,
BARRISTERS,
SOLICITORS, ETO.
Offlce, MekenslcStreot,New Westminster,
and Granville, B. C. delete
The completion of the Oaiuidian
Pacific is an accomplished faot. It
is finished, is in excellent running
order, trains are being daily put
through in somewhat faster time
than is made by other transcontinental routes, and still quicker time
is to be made in the near futuro.
The coaches nnd equipment generally are of the very best It was
1 excellent judgment on the part of
the manager., not to open the road
for trallic until a winter's expert'
enco showed just what difficulties
might be expected to bo encountered. Tliese have been discovered
and provided ugainst ns far as
human foresight could do so. (Jul
verts have been enlarged where
needed, bridges have been strength
ened, and snowsheds built, and engineers of repute say that thc Canadian Pacific is as reliable a road as
any whioh crosses the continent.
Our local press long declared that
theso things were impossible. The
NettisLetter declared that thoy wore
not only possible, but that they
were inevitable The accomplished
facts of to-day are our bost justification. Tho dailios are now odging
by predicting that, although tho
road is completed, it will proven
failure, because it will novor pay.
Tho same thing was said in regard
to our own Central und Union Paoifio, and overybotly now knows
' what false prophets thero were in
' the land at that time. Tho Canada
. Pacific will be made to pay as a
The World's iiiirgest Telescope.
Passengers-out j of Boston on the
Boston mul Albany Railroad mny have
noticed jott across the Charles river
at -the lirst bridge out of tho city nnd
opposite Cottage Farm Station,
handsome residence and baok of it
low, rouhd-topped observatory, and
outside, near it, a long, white model
uf n telescope, and in the same yard
a 2-story brink.building. Tho building is tho factory whore the great Itussian telescope was mado, as well as
mnny others nlso famous, and where
work is now going oil for tlio Lick
telescope, which will .be the largest in
the world. Of the two disks of glass,
each one yard in diameter, for tho
Lick telescope, the flint glass hus been
made a long time, but the crown gloss,
although ordered five years ago, was
only received by tlio Chirks in September last, It was made, after repeated
trials and failures, at an establishment
near Paris, tho only ono that could get
out such a piece of work. ' Each glass
cost 825,000 in the tough, and they
cannot bo nniehed-befiire fall; At first
machinery could do a little rough
grinding, but for mouths ths bare band
only has boen used in applying the
polishing substance, which is rough.
The glasses hnvo now reached a stage
wliero tlio removal of a small portion
of tlio surface in the wrong place
would ruin tlicm. Thoy are frequently tested, set in a ciroular inm
frame called a cell. No instrument
can be used for the test, but tha long
experience of the Chirks has givon
ftiuin a judgment which ia unerring.
Vory soon the tests will be made in
the model of the tola-cape oat-ride of
the buildinr. This model Is uf the
size of the promised Lick telescope,
and is fifty-seven foot long.'"Those
two lenses are set six inches apart in
thoir iron* framo, which has openings
to allow of the glasses being properly
cleaned on each side. Lenses and
framo together weigh over seven
hundred pounds.. While •Ts-ything
now appears to be perfect, somo slight
defect in the olass. that hss not yet
appeared, or an accident, may render
useless all tho, .labors of months.—
Hartford Post.'■
I TmilrSEw: Yoax H««jiui,«-It ii
stated that James Gordon Bennett,
supposed to bo many times a millionaire, is likely to lose Ihe source of his
vast revenue, and to, part with the
New York Strati, - Fast living is the
causo of his troubles. Left at an early
ngo sole proprietor'of the greutest
newspaper in Iho world, young Dennett began a career of dissipation tlmt
has sapped his finances, ruined his
health nnd now loft bim prematurely
old and broken. Be mortgaged his
paper somo time ago to Mackay to get
into a new cable lino. It is now said
that hu has given a second mortgage
upon it tu Henry Labouchore and
Oeorge Augustus Sala, of London.
Now both tlioso two interests nro trying to get hold of it, while Bennett is
in Paris chiefly aolloitous lo discover
new 'depths of debauchery. It is a
sad fall, but if a man really wants to
go to the bad he generally goto the
ohance, and Bennett seems to have
availed himsolf of all the avenues
that lay open, to him.
«*•   NORMAN BOLE,
*      BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Land Agent. Money to Loan.
Columbia Street,
setto New Weatmlnater, B.C.
A    R. HOW8B,
A. Formerly Howse, Hill A Rlckman,
begs to announce that he will resume bus*
lnessas
Surveyor, Beat Estat. Inker and
Uanveyaaew
On and alter the 31st Instant  Offlee, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Fort Moody,
       selHtc
JOHN PENBERTHY,
MINING AND LAND SURVEYOR,
ACCOUNTANT and
GENERAL AGENCY OFFICE,
Maps and Drawings neuly executed.
Hastings street, Vanennver* ■-<'.
m   J. TKAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columblastreet,. New Weatmlnster
AUSTIN BRICE,
Carpenter & Builder
Plans and specifications ror all
kinds of Buildings care-
rally Prepared.
JOBBING NEATLY AND CAKKIr'UL-
LY EXECUTED.
All orders left at Occident Hotel, or at
the shop'of \V. Johnson, Coiumbin street,
will receive prompt attention. Yonr favor solicited. 'elite
HOUR GRANITE GREEK
The Driard House
IS THE BEST HOUSE TO STOP AT IN
GRANITE CITY,
pIHHT-CLASB ACCOMMODATION, mul
J? tlie TaMe supplied with evety possible delicncy.  TheliotellH under tlw per-
Monnl niiiiin
entered B. F-
>mont ot the -well-known
"iyoe.
BOYCE A CAIRNS,
Proprietors.
WALSH
Tlie Mel Tailor
Columbia Sl„ .Ve* Westminster.
J.A.CAWLEY&C0.
HAVING PURCHASE!! THE
Shingle llllll ail„
Pomp Factory
At POPC0M, are prepared to execute all
Ordors promptly and to the saUshmtlon
or their customers.
All kinds of Tlmm: done I. onler.
J. A. CAWLEY ts CO.
I»W° POPCUM, B. C.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHABP STREET • VIOTOKIA.
JLOK31TTS   "FOB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. ror Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
30 FiiiBbury Circus,
London, R, C.
All commission* will receive prompt1
nnd car-ami attention.' But reference*
given wheu required. mhtf-tc
W. O. FERRIS,
LANS, BOUSE ud CffiM M
Rent nnd Debt €elle«tor.
SKVIiBAI, GOOD rABMS FOB SALE.
Afenl far Ike numcm UM and
AllIIIIJVT IlllllSfi: CONHIM,
■atlbnl,   Conn.
OFPICR.'-Perrla Slreet, New Weatmln-
"r. telle
Tlio Tribimt quotes from a New
Vork chemist: Do you know how lliis
popular fallacy about lish bet'nir a brain
food arose? No)' It waa In this way.
All kinds of Hah ilmay quickly after
doatli, aud, liko all nnimal and vegetable matter in thia stage, throw off
phosphorous. This'wai notified particularly in regard ta tish, became, aa
I said, of the rapidity, willi whioh it
become! putrescent. Tt ii inferred
from thia that tho finny tribe una rich
in phosphorous, and henco especially
desirable, as a brain food. As n mat-
tea nf (aot, they contain less than
moat kinds of meat, anil nro little
richer in this substance than some
vegetables -apples for eiainple.
Methodism in the city of Toronto,
Out., is a power. Since the consolidation of the various Methodist bodiea
in Orinada the inlliieiioe nnd efficiency
of the churoh have been greatly enhanced. Toronto, with a population
of 110,000, has tuonly-twii Mothodiit
churohc!, with an sggregate membership of ii.Mja, and aittlnga for 30,000.
The "Metropolitan," one nf the limit
rhiirchca un th. continent, teata 2,000,
and thore aro four othbri which have a
seating capacity of 2,000 each. Toronto ia tlie heiid-quiirters of the publishing iiiiurcsts of the ohuroh,—A P.
BtitMii.
Woofc Tteurft BftoAb
LAND SURVEYORS,
Real Estate, Insurance aid
Commission Agents. '
Flit, UK, MCIDMT a*. MMME HMIUWI
COLUMBIA STRKET,
Telephones).       MM WESTHMKn*.
 ileHto
PITT &
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
—ANO-
General Commission Ag'ts
' VANCOUVER, B^ C.
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
fetflc
RAND BROS.
pKAL EflTATK BROKER!,
0*m-r%vmn-tn,Cm\Us%mv-i,
And Ininmnee AgcMti-
OfflreRnt VICTOBIA: Fort8lrw-t,
NEW WESTMINSTER: Coluinliln 81., -.'ipOHlte hwt Ofllce,
VANCOUVER, Cortov* Street,
BUILDING T.OTrt for Mile In Ail net-Hoim
ot Vnncouver nntl New Wentmlnator City.
FARM LANDS of BUptTlup nimlllv for
■aid  nt  Chllllwhnck, Ton  Hr.mmoml,
LRDgley, Mi'hiqul, Nuni-i*-, Mud Bey.Lml-
ner'n Landing, Lulu talnnd, Vorfii Arm
and I'ltt IU ver.
Miipn nnd Plana exhibited mid the full-
ent I n form nt Km fiiriil'tliedntnllourofflceM
H. KELLS,
Manufacturer A Importer of
BOOTS «»
_SHOES
—tin', Seals',  Hisses' aa. Children's
■•ots, fthoe* and Callers
Marie lo Onler nntl Kojit on Hand.
COLUMBIA JTIIHT, ~~ OPP. HYACK HALL
MEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
mhlto
STEAMER
"GLADYS"
CHANGE OF TIME,
_, leave Eiren A Co.'h wharf at 7 a. in,
MONDAY for CHILLI WHACK and Way
Places, returning on Tuesday, Will go to
GRANVILLE and return on WEDNESDAY. Leave at 7 a. m. THURSDAY for
HOPE and Way Places, returning on Saturday.
Through connection with tho 'TEASER*
to nud from Victoria.
For Ffclgbt or Pauogc, apply on board
orto
Ma DRAPER,
ap3te On the Wharf.
TTAVIN-3 JUST RECBIVEDOUR NEW
*A  Spring Steele, we Invite inipectlouof
the finest selection of ■ .
KftKlJib. Beef eU, Get-aiM, Preach,
aad American
B^SUITINGSI
Ever shown In New Westminster. We
lit vo secured the services -of MR. HUGH
O'HAOAN, u practical Cutterwhohas had
long experience in London,Parle,and the
leading eastern cities.and for a GOOD "MT
and artistic style we defy competition,
nihaotc THOS. WALSH.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMH.
I Om> Bboab St. and 16 Pah, Miu.
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSUBING HOUSES ts OTHER
Buildings, Goods, VVarea, Merchandise, Manufacturing aad Fanning Stock;
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, aiid the
Canjoes of suoh Vessels j alao, Ship, building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, aad
Goods on board suoh Vosaela, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and In Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DaHAGX BI mt,
Subscribed aad Invested Capita*,
-£1.600,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every inform*.
Uon con be obtained on application to
W. J. AKMSTBONfi,
Agent for New Weitmmster,
J. G. BUNTE,
Importer and Dealer in
IfaUtaflDRl
Spring, Hair, Wool and Straw
Mattreeiee to Order.
Bluiiket*i Chamber Sets, Window Shades,
Oil Cloths, Matting, Wall Paper,
Baskets, Bird Cages, Flower Pots,
Hanging Baskets, Pictures,
Frames, Brackets,
Baby Carriages, etc.
ririure* fraBH-d and Ke»alrta« daae
lo order. Also,
Undertaking; Embalming a specialty.
Please give ubo call before purchasing
elsewhere. j, Q, BUNTE,
Opposite Post Offlce, Columbia Strecl,
»Pl7t43 New Westminster.
Sunnyside Hotel,
GRANVILLE, B. 0.
H. HEJ-L0H',
riOrRIRTOR.
Jfer §aie ot f0 fitnt.
COTTAGE TO RENT
IN A PUrJASANTI'ARTOFTHRfJITV
Apply to
WOODS, "Wrneh /t GAMBLE.
FORJiALE.
A PONY, QUIET IN SADDLE OR HAR.
m-t-%^JS&j^m%ff
FOR SALE:
41ft   AORES-IMPROVED  FAHM.-
44U     EasyTorms.  Applyto
W. t'. MrDOUOALL,
JnlZto Elgin P. 0.
House to Rent
-ROYAL CITY-
FURNITURE
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.
REMOVED
•^•Tosliop Ifltdlj- ocouplcd by Mr. Darcy,
Columbia Street,
Call and examine our Block and price*
before Miyinit.   We can't be I .YIIKttMHJI
in lln-clly.   Hepailin-rofiill kinds neatly
W. fttOTHKUO A **"
done.
seietc
) & CO.
N. P. STRAMBERG
WW,!, BE IN NEW WESTMIN8TBR
for a few day* tuning nnd regulating Planoa and Organs.
Having learned Piano tuning from the
lato W. Chamber* of Quebec, Heed organ
tuning and voicing from W. Hnmllnof
Boeton, nnd Pipe organ wot* from .1,
Cndwalderof Cambridge, Mum., he trusts
that careful work nml regular visits -.vill
secure a liberal shmv of lhe publia patron-
agftln hie line.
Istatvo orders at I lie store of Mewrs. T. ll.
Penrson 4 Co. Jlylitr
Fort Hammond Narsery!
(now
OW IS TIIE TIME TO SEND IN
. your order", If you want somo of
Fioso nloe fruit <ir nrnumontnl tree-,
shrubs, etc., fmin Ontario. As I return
about the middle of June (o settle up my
afhlm there and com-'mil this fall with
(he stoek for my iini-Mcrv here, nnd will
select nnd brlntt your orders rl-tlil along
with mc for ibis full and next Hi>rlnii's
planting, 1 wit) satisfy all both as to quality of truee ami fruit, ami (will be Nettled
here tn tbe business so you will know
where to find me. All com mini I cations
after tbe mlddleofJiuiomay llfl addressed
to mo nt Bowmanville, Ont., or lo Carleton
.( Harris, Porl Hammond.
O.W. HKNRY.
MyHta Port Hammond P.O.
Everybody says they
are poor, but I have
■2-TOwn ricli by keeping the best articles
in my line, and not
having two prices but
treating all alike.
"Ver* Small Proms nnd Quirk
Returns," I, my motto.
GUNS,
Rifles, Revolvers, Ammunition, Fishing
Taokle, nnd all other sporting goods.
A full line of
BAR FIXINGS,
in-hiding Tmnhli-t-M.  Fancy Decanters,
Onrde, Dice, Poker Chilis; a large
assortment of
OUTLIRY, YANKEE   NOTIONS,
And all other Fancy Goods,
Pipes, Tobacco and Cigars, nnd ollior
temper-inee felns from n needle to nn anchor, too mention lo numerous, nil of
which can be Inspected nt tho -
HOLE IN THE WALL,
Columbia Hlrent, New Westminster, II. 0.
It p!Jlo
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
SeneralMercyise!
A targe Assortment of
DRY GOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND,    :>
Say and Faed
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WOOD AND COAl DEUVEBED TO
ANf PART OT TBE CITt.
We run two stagesdally.exceptSun-lays,
to Port Moody, curry ing H.M.S. maile.
Aa no liquor or tobacco is uiedweean by
temperate habits aud careful economy
serve tbe public at especially low rntes.
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard  Street,
NET WmW* I ft.
MANUI*ACTnBERS AND DKAUIRS
' IN ALL KINDS OF
ROOBH AND DRESSED
LTnvTCER
Shingles,
Shakes.
Laths,
Pickets,
Tfie Morton Honse!
SPENCE'S BRIDGE, B. 0.
MfE BBG TO INFORM VOU THAT
we have leased the Morton House
at Spence's Bridge from Air. Hurray and
that lt is newly fitted up and comfortably
furnished. We would respectfully solicit
your patronage and we promise if yon
will favor us with It to do all we can to
satisfy you In every respect. Hn. Held,
Who 1ms had much experience, will nt*
tend to the culinary department
We remain, yours respectfully,
Je23m5 BEID A NBFF.
/TOMFOHTABLE DWRLLINfl, Queen's
\j Avenue; conlnlns 7 rooms, with out-
ouses.-Sc     *
mhWc
houses, 4c. 'Apply on liiopreii'iiseH;
MRS. WARREN IttBKCK,
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDEN,
H-AVIKQ  TAKEN   POSSESSION  OF
.  j*. r* ''T"-ii-w™iice Hons«,»/roiitllij
on Columlrfniinr* Church streets,opposite
the Episcopal Cliunrli. and now Vuowii
as .llic
FARMERS' HOME!
Will accommodate tbe traveling puhllo
at the following rates:
Board per day
Store to Let.
mHE STOKE NOW OCCUPIED BY G.
J    Leiser,opposite the Colonial Hotel.'
Splendid location for a dry goods store.
Possession given on orabour
Enquire at the premises.
FOR SALE.
BARGAIN. ISS AORES OF LAND,
_ House,-ftc, on good rood, within 6
miles of town.     Apply to
WOODS, TURNER A GAMBLE,
 Jlyl7mi	
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANG-
leySaw and Planing Mill; mill In
good order. For particulars apply on (lie
premises to H. WEST.
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
apI8te AHELMCKEN, Victoria.
week 6 00
Single Meals ...iZuiXZ.,.-.   S
Beds. , ,    25
HLGood flccommodation for adieeand
families. my«c
TEMPERANCE
RESTAURANT
Cor. Miry and ColumbU Sts.
MIB8 RUMERY HAS OPENED A
Ant-class Boarding Honse and Res*
tauranl in the premises formerly occupied
by Mr. W. H. Keary-
Boarters taken by the day or week, and
piitronsof the house secure all the comforts of a home.
Meals served at all reasonable houn.
Hot cofil-e and light refresh men te.  Free
reading room  attached.    Miss Rumery
personally superintends the cooking.
TERMS MODERATE.
mlilTtc «
THE
HASTINGS, B. I.
tram
F. OEAKB,
PBACTICAL
JEWELER,
COLUMBU STREET,     NEW WESTMINSTER,
npimalic < unnlaihaaa A «'.'.,
SlfiX OF THE BIG WATCH.
•»' I.ATE MANAOER FOR SAVAOH A
LYMAN, MONTREAL.
Chronometers, Repealer,, I'hroio-
smpliei**, u< all ine Walek
ropalm a Special-*.
A N,Y„?NF v*-lPa WA*CHK8•.hldi
A Jinvn beon injuml liy Inminiiiiloiit
 "" lade equal to
wiitoh ri'pjiIren, can be ...„..v. u.„„ ,„ „.w
win. .Ajwelry of ali VinS miia aid
4,l.,wo"1' waimnledi cliartr.
Estimates fl veil free of charge.
.WAITBAM, SSUM, ,U taker
Walekrs »a *<mlr, eketaarr
than •» olker knse la ■. r.
I.AWK8' flOLIU 19 C^ARAT nOl.ll Alt.
ERICAS STEM WINBINH WATCHM,
ni'iriirolc llnickccprrs. fa, ilawl rriieTSS.'
deWc
L
IfTOI'IOEL
DUHINtl MY A11RENCE FROM THE
1-rovliico, my son, T. .1. Armslroni,
holds my jnni't'r of iillnrnoM and holds my
ii|i|hiIiiIiiu.ii| in llpiiniy fshcrlrr.
...i.i...   ,.„.     -V. .». ARMSTRONO.
Jllly Ulfh, Kill. Uyllliut
Net Floats, Trays
ASH1S ALL KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing far
Canneries,
Doors,
Windows,
Blinds.
Frames.
Mouldings.
Brackets.
Railings.
Balnsters.
Newels, j
ruin* Taney* all Kinds of
TURNED    WORK.
NOTICE.
VAtfCOUVEE
■JUFFBRERS BY THR YtUY, desiring
j lo build on the Rant Ii side of Falso
Ttwk,
FINE AND  COMMODIOUS
_   new Hotel has been recently com-
•pilated and is furnished with every eon*
 '— for the comfort of gueita.   The
And accommodation! are unsor-
-ao Burrard Inlet, which haa be-
c ome tiie awat fuhionable
WATERING PLAGE
in British Columbia Jlie prospect ia
oharmint, the «a breeaae are invigowt*
ing, and the facilities for lathing and
.boating are excellent, Private tutting
and Dining Boona. Suite* of apartments for families or parties. The Bar
l> entirely detotched from -the main
building.
First-class stabling and feed for Hon*
ta. Basses to and from New Wentmin*
ater twice a day.
Farms for Sale
ON NORTH ARM OK FRABER RIVER.
Thcuiidcrslgncd offers for mile partially Improved farms of the follov/ln, slz.es:
HI aores. 80 acres, 100 acres, 206 acres.
For terms, etc., apply lo
Wm. H. ROWLING,
'"""o "forth Arm.
BOAT m SALE.
A  WBIaL-BDU-T BOAT, about 8 Tons.
A cornier fastened, newly- painted, and
In flnt-nrus ordM-toeetber with .all belongings complete, viz.: sail, lib, oars,
rowlocks, rudder, ropes. Ac-all in good
order. aarOan be bad cheap,
Applyto 0. G.MAJOR.
 Jn5tc
Farm for Sale!
fTHREE HUNDRED AND TWENTY
J. Aores in Township Two. Good for a
stock farm.  Fresh water stream running
through centre of farm.
and alder. Goad log house,
Two. Good for a
ream running
Partly prairie
For terms. Ac. apply fo
i,     SWIg, TURNER A GAMBLE.
New West., & G, SOth May, 1986,  m22m.1
For Sale or To Rent.
THE UNDERSIGNED offers a Farm for
, for sole or rent. Also, Milch Cowa
and young Cattle, Hogi*, nnd u few young
HorscB. There are several pairs rf good
steers that would mnke excellent working
oxen. Also,-one-ofthe lar-jest nnd best
Bulls In the province. The slock Is all
very gentle,
" ! M. NICHOLSON,
mhatc Mount Lehman P.O.
GOOD RANCH for SALE.
Q40 ACRES ON UJUKl). .TJUlRIi:.
•OT« BwTland In upper cffunWf title
crown grnut; all fenced; 2 nnn tmneew.
good dwelling house; excellent water
privilege; 8 ditches for irrigation and domestic purposes. Oood ronds: 30 miles
from Kamloops, Term*, ensy. Part under
cultivation.     Applyto
., ^ A. CLEME8.
JlyTml Spence's Bridge.
FOR_SALE.
THAT DKUOHTFl'L RESIDENCK ON
Lot7, situated on Provo-tt street, between Mary nnd McKenale streets, now
in the oceunntlon of Cnpt.Omni; eontuiim
8 rooms with usuni othces.
Valuable City Lots.
eurCiiy.
n Pitt Meadows.
E orLju\dat Whonock Railway
QEO.
iysmt
BLACK,
Proprietor.
TmdvtfSnnrf!
Notice to Person* in Search
of Farms.
THE TOWNSHIP OF HURBKY (*iW-
' tains i-everal Farms which aro for
sale. The laud lsof excel lent quality—the
very best in ihe province. The Reeve
iind Council nre most nnxlous to secure
(tpximble settlers. Appllctitlon to them
will receive prompt alien tion. Tlieroadf
In (lie township nre euod, nnd therenrc
eluirehcs, Nflioals, and n town hnll.
THOS. SHANNON, Reeve,
Clover Valley P.O.
H. T. THRIFT, Clerk,
jolMc Hall's Prairie P. O.
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
ftwUshes all Kinds of Help
Free of Charge.
OM MESS AGENCY,
DO YOU-WAST TO BUY OR .SELL A
RuslntsMobt-ti pnrt ner, etc.
PICKBWtt ft CO.
OKK1CK: Fort 8W.irt.. rWnseiill HotlltlAN
nml Brolliliton, VIUXOrJIIA. It. 0. P.O.
■— «JH. mll»
KSTABU8HES WSS.
CAN
LOTS
SECURE
IN SAOn AND .111
WITHOUT CASI mUNT,
HFNRY V. EDMONDS,
New Wesl,
Notice to the Publio.
AMES MORRISON who bns been foo*
flfieen years engAged in the City nf
. bw Westminster as Convcynneer, Land
nnd Generul Agent, Auctioneer nnd Col**
lector of Rents, pehU. ftc,, has removed to
Vancouver City. Hehas liad coiisldemblo
practice In the county and Police Court*-;
and an his chnrgei- were always modcrat*
lie hopes for n eontinuanee of publio eoo-
fldenre. HII oflices aro over Mr. WlUon*!
ptore, Vancouver City,
Vancouver Clly, flh March, im.
ROBT. DICKINSOSTJ;
BUTCHER,
Kurl, m-oaltt tkt Colulll SOU),
NEW WESTMN8TER
THK LAHGKST AND  CHOIOKST
Msortm.nt ot .11 ilfuriptlons of
MEATS AND VESk'TABLES
Constantly on band, and mipp-llcd to Fam-
Hies, Restautanta, ami Steamboats at tbe
IaIWJST P098IBLK'l»ftICB8.
7-J ncree ,of .valuable Laiid 2,mllesfrom
■Ityton HwUngi fioetl. ,liW0ir        " '
aroould hewit,
_       „      CAPT. PrTTEN-ftniGH,
JeSSte     Land Agent, New Westminster.
FOR_SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runningthrough
the premises.   Apply to
.   E. A. WADHAMS,
de»tc Ladner's Landlng,B.C.
For Sale!
.   (ON EASY TERMS)
(sp»*i or Work Bone*.
Ill Car Holes
( Turn Holes,
t 8*-Mle Hones,
f joke Work Oxen.
1 Cirrlige Te«M,
I Fluo la good order,
* Daup (iris wllk Iroa Axln,
A number or setond-kand Wheel
Harrow,,
I karkeie Mower (aew),
I Itklca Hi)' Rake.
For parllculim apply to
T. .1. TOAPP,
mylfltc Auotlouecr, N. \v.
EverjrMtB lo tils own spuiness
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
ton. oolonui, nmxLi.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. O.
rkiilelait' rmerlptloai aai Ttm-
lit Beelpe, • BBMlaKjr.
N. II. — Only Omuln. Dnig. tued.
Over twenty VMrs'.ipflrtence.    im*23
Mill ManWanted.
rltllN A l'l.ANER AT NIGHT.
Apply aUlio,
Jlylllo
imUNETTR HAWMIL1.,
NewWestminster.
TAILORS WANTED.
pOAT AND PANT HANDS
JV NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Municipal Work 0. D. Swent
■For Sale Honry Mathers
For Sale T. J. Trapp
Appointment! Prov. Sec.
I^nd Registry R. \V. Armstrong
Situation Wanted This Offico
Notico 	
$ht f ritifih Columbian.
BatHNlny Horning, July !t, IHH«.
The judgment delivered by Mr.
Justice Gray last Wednesday on the
0. P. It. injunctions is a very important one, and seems entirely to
dispose of the ple-is set up that tlie
charter of the'syndicate did not
authorize the expropriation of lands
for the purpose of constructing lines
to this city or Vancouver. Some
of our readers are aware that there
were obstacles to extension in both
directions, but the legnl remedy
against tliese obstructions is now
plain. It must be confessed that
the prices otlcred by the syndicate
for right of wny through Port Moody
lots ure in some instances ridiculously small, but we presume the question of price must be fixed by legal
process. Ve believe there is no
appeal from Judge Gray's judgment.
Onr'MIUtary Defences.
We notice that some of the Aric-
toria papers are endeavoring to persuade the distinguished military
gentlemen now in tbis province that
Esquimalt and Victoria are just
about the only places that need to
be defended on the coast. It is to
be hoped these gentlemen know
their business better than to be influenced in their decisions by the
utterances of a newspaper, especially
when these utterances are so plainly
selfish and sectional. We have already pointed out how impossible
it would be to defend the mainland
by means of fortifications on Vancouver Island. The distance from
Viotoria Across the straits is greater
than could be covered by guus of
the longest range; and no matter
how perfectly the island was forti
tied, hostile vessels would have no.
difficulty in making their way to
the Fraser River and Burrard Inlet,
and the island fortifications and
garrisons would be entirely- cut off
from the base of supplies whicli
would . be the 0. P. R, If British
Ooltiftbia »s trte protected against
hostile fleets, therefore, frotcction
is quite as urgently neecred on the
mainland as on the island,' At the
same time there is no one so selfish
or so blind tothe general interests
and safety of the country as to propose that either Victoria or Esquimalt should be left without protection. At present Victoria is the
capital of the province, and Esquimalt has the graving dock, and both
must be defeHcCed. But the O.P.R.
terminus is of really greater consequence than either of these points,
and both Burrard Inlet and tbe
Fraser could be perfectly protected
at a very moderate cost. It must
be remembered that tliere are two
termini on this coast, one at this
city and one at the inlet, and neither of these should bo exposed to
successful invasion. The highest
military authorities of Canada and
British-Colombia have reported in
favor of fortifying the mainland,
and we have no doubt but the imperial officers will see the appropri
ateness of their recommendations.
in other provinces on harbors and
rivers where the interests are really
nothing compared with those of
Fraser river, we have asked and
prayed in vain for an appropriation
sufficient to deepen and make pe,r-
maneut tho entrance to the river
and keep the Knag boat employed
during the season. Iri the maritime
provinces especially thero have been
spent hundreds of thousands of dollars simply to pacify constituencies
who showed a disposition to assert
their political independence, but tho
prayers o(. this constituency jire not
thought wi.itby of a moment's reflection. This season we have already been honored by a visit from
one federal minister. It is reported
that two others are coming, and we
hope these visits may bear fruit in
the direction we have just indicated.
Navigation ofthe Fraser.
A telegram, dated Ottawa, July
18th, makes the following announcement:   "Parties of engineers have
been sent out all over thc Dominion
by the public works department to
survey riVers and harbors and secure   information,   preparatory   to
making    extensive    improvements
next spring.     In addition to the
contemplated   operations,  work   is
now going on at sixty-three places
in Ontario and Quebec and forty
eight in tho maritime provinces, besides a good  many points in tlie
west."   From this and other events
some Reform papers   in the east
have arrived nt the conclusion tbat
a Dominion general election is not
far oft'.    Whether the conclusion is
founded  on  fact or not we cannot
tell, hoi it is to be hoped theso par
tie.-, of  engineers   will  not  forge!
that there is such a place as British
Columbia, and thnt here as much as
anywhere the rivers and barbursare
in need of improvement,     it is not
creditable; to the Dominion gbVern
ment that during all these years tbe
mouth of the Fraser Rivor should
have been left without the very in
expensive improvements wliich would
make it available for ships nf the
largest draught.  'The Fraser is one
of the largest and most important
riven on the Pftcific coast.   Tt is
the -gr-eat  avenue through   which
coromrtoe naturally fio*a to and
from  the interior, and the only ob
structionii to its successful navigation -ore the tandheadsand the snags
—both easily overcome,   While the
Dominion   govfrpiMnt :Us   bwn
■pending money freely and lavishly | repealed.
Begging the question.
It is n great pity that American
journalists   and   statesmen  cannot
'come to the discussion of international' questions without being influenced by prejudice and selfishness.   Some of the most influential
journals   of   the   United   States
haie been able to rise above selfish
motives and have admitted frankly
tbat there is a treaty between the
United States and  Canada which
excludes American. fishermen from
the privilege of buying bait in Canadian waters    Others seem disposed
to   ignore   treaty obligation!} altogether and find-fault with us for
attempting to enforce them. Among
tins class we are sorry to Iind the
San  Francisco  Bulletin, a journal
from which wo would have looked
for better things.   In a late issue
the Bulletin discusses the fishery
troubles with such conspicuous partiality that we cannot permit its
observations to pass without notice.
It begins by begging the whole question, inasmuch  as it assumes that
American fishermen have a right to
■fish   and   take  "bait in Canadian
waters.   It snys that "the.continual
interference of  Canada with   tbe
freedom of American fishermen in
prosecuting their labors is appar-,
ently fast developing a case of sufficient   magnitude   to receive the
careful consideration of the British
and American governments." What
the Bulletin calls "interference" is
simply an honest effort to enforce
the provisions of a treaty which the
Americun fishermen have conspicuously and persistently violated.   If
our cotemporary will  consult his
authorities   he will find that thc
American people, through their representatives, explicitly surrendered
the very privileges which he seems
to think they ought to enjoy.   On-
this point Harper's Wgekly, rising
above narrow and selfish consideration, speaks ns follows: "The treaty
of 1818 remains as the only specific
arrangement upon the subject.   It
permits American vessels to enter
Canadian waters for certain purposes, and no other, and among the
purposes mentioned the buying of
bait is not included."   And again:
"There is no doubt that the only
specific agreement between the countries is the treaty of 1818, and that
treaty   does. not admit American
vessels to buy bait."   If the Bulletin had been as well informed and
as well   disposed   as Harper's,  it
might Have been saved from tbe
humiliation of being suspected of
partiality.   If the treaty of 1818 is
the only agreement existing'respecting the fisheries, and  that treaty
excludes American fishermen from
buying bait, tliere iB no more to be
said.     Instead   of   "interference"
with the "freedom of American fishermen," therefore, tbe action of the
Canadian   government  has simply
been an enforcement of a treaty to
wliich the United States gave volun
tary consent iri 1818.   It hns been
ascertained that among thu privileges proposed to bo allowed American fishermen in the original draft
of the treaty, was tlje: privilege, of
buying bait.    But the word "bait'*
was subsequently erased, allowing
clearly that the'buying, of bait wiib
not   contemplated   in   the  treaty.
The Jiulktin'H declaration tliat the
case is serious enough to form the
subject of diplomatic negotiation botween ili-cat Britain nnd the United
States   should  bave been coupled
with the. statement that long ago
President Cleveland   recommended,
the United States senate to consider ttie fishery question, but that
body   iu its  wisdom  rejected  tho
recommendation, expecting, appai-*
erttly,  t)mt4 the   Tf,  tf.; fishermen
would be able to bully tne Canadians
into a concession of tho privileges
so much desired.     But Canadians
do not propose to  lie bullied, and
some newspapers seem to forget that
the rights between nations ought to
be respected just as much as rights
between individuals.     So long as
the United States refuses even to
consider the questions involved in
the fisheries dispute no permanent
adjustment of the difficulties can be
possible, and we must stand by the
treaty until it hns boen modified or
Provincial Teachers* Examination. .-BR^**««*a
The following is the result of the
examination uf candidates for certificates of qualification to tench in the
public schools of the province, i ■■'    ,".
MUST   CLASS—GRADE A.—BBNBWAIA,
Stainburn.Ceorge, B A Cantab; Newbury, .John C; Taylor, MrsE A; Johnston. J P; Howay, Alice; Muir, John
N, BA; Stramberg, Hector M, B A;
Wilson, David, li A; Campbell, Henry
J.BA; Walker, Frederick W; Reid,
RobieL; Paul, Edward B, MA Cantab; Anderson, John, BA, University of New Zealand; Rossiter, Henry
•1, B A, University of Toronto.
FIRST < :i. ASS—OK A DB. n—HKNEWAJLS
Kaye, James; Halliday, James A; Of-
ferhauB, K; Lewis, S G; Reid, Mrs. L
M; Murray, Paul; Forrest, Christina;
Bnnnerman, W S; Gilliei, Df; Babbitt, Daniel; Anderson, Robert A;
SliiB»ett. George H; Bell, Emetine;
Phelps, Wm H; Jones, David; Thfcin,
Joseph H; Shaw, Alexander; Wright,
Frederick G; Wood, EStuart; Fraser,
Roderick L; McLennan, John C;
Gardner, Abbie F; Gilohritt, Alexander; Wood, William M; McLeod, John
A; Kinney, William T; Palmer, Job*
eph W; Bryant, Maria.
MARKS
Coatham, William C 1947
Kerr, Daniel E 1937
Purdy, Raffles A R 1639
littiinernian, Alex .1008
Armstrong, Frances E 1655
Plaxton, Robert J  .1551
Offerhaua, Mrs Mary A 1548
McDonald, Donald J 1533
SECOND   CLASS—OHADR A.
Harding, Mary L 1109
McDougall, Archona J 1108
SECOND   CLASS—GRADB B.
Muudell, John  995
Smith, J F  953
Shaw.John  937
Doran, Edward F  934
THIRD  CLASS—GRADE A.
Blair, Jeanie W  894
Keast, Ada  880
Dougan, James, Jr  884'
Graves, H- W.  880
Scott,'JohnS.i  804
Clarke, Gertrude  850,
Jonmngs, Margaret f.... .840
Kiinisay, Jennie .. 841
SylveBter, Elizabeth E  841
Murohie, Margaret J *',, ,*, 834
Harding, Margaret M..,.j ,-.<.*.'.' 829
Robinson, Sarah A..i;....-.,.;>..» 814
Ca ther wood. John A  811
Campbell, EH .X "...  802
Bannerman, John J  797"
Hanna, R S  796
Metcalfe, James CF  970
Todd, Katherine  787
pkir, William.; .'U....... 782
Andrews,Helen.". ','...... 779
McBride, Gertrude  778
Grant, Flora Bertha  778
THIRD CLASS—GRADE li,
Iloynaid, Eva M ,, 753
Williams, Alice.... , 749
McNlsh, John .: 740
Bell, Eva S r  725
Mebius, Lucy A  698
Heard, Mary  692
Sivewright, William 67G
Dallas, MaryR  605
Carr, Elizabeth E  658
Ooghlan, Ella.S  667
Carmichael, Eleanor M,.  625
n..™rt«   T-„u„n» ww por  and woraii HOgiBirnr unuer mo
Barron, Isabella Al *  02D. A^kn^aiMlvo application
i-vHTiFirATR-* of IfrAi-JiiiNa    '       'trillion mill record under tlio pre
Boyd.JohnC .'...... 1458
Pope, J MHallio....' 1334
Butler, Florence 1169
Leo, AliceG 1139
Reece, Bertha ;.. 330
Gibson, Mnry L  325
:' Duration of Axi^JEl liFE.—The
duration of tho life of various antouila,,
birds, tish, etc., is thus stated: Elephant, 100 years and upwrrd; rhinoceros, 20; camel, 100; lion 25 to 70;
tigers, leopards, jaguars -ind hyenoa
(iu confinement), about 25; beaver,
50; deer, 20; wolf, 20; fox, 14"to 16;
llamas, 15; chamois, 25; monkeys and
baboons, IC to 18; hare, 8; squirrel, 7;
rabbit, 7; swine, 25; stag, under 50;
horse, 30; ass, 30; sheep, under 10;
cow, 20; ox, 30; swans, parrots and
ravens, 200; eagles, 100; geese, 80;
hens and pigeons, 10 to 16; ha^ks, 30
to 40; crane, 24; blackbird, 10tc,12;
peacock, 20; pelican, 40 to 60; thrush,
8 to 10; wren, 2 to 3; nightingale, 15;
blackcap, 15; linnet, 14 to 23; goldfinch, 20 to 24; redbreast, 10 to 12;
skylark, 10 to 30; titlark, 5 to 6; chaffinch, 20 to 24; starling, 10 to 12;
cgrp, 70 to 150; pike, 30 to 40; ani-
mon, 16; codfish, 14 tb 17; eel; IC;
crocodile, 100; tortoise, 100 to 200;
whale (estimated), 1,000; queen bees
live 100 to 200; drones, 4 months;
worker beoa, 0 months.
Situation Wanted
BY A YOUNG MAN WHO LATELY
completed u course at Ontario Business College and taught seliool successfully. Well recommendeil. Applications
mny be left at this office, Hy2Wl
NOTICE.
THE race for tho purse of $260, post poned
on Dominion Day, will take place at Now
Westminster on SATURDAY, lhe Hist
July, 1888. The entries are Mr. Black's
" Bobbie Burns." Mr. Budge's " Dave," Mr.
Parker's "Billy," and Mr. MeKlnnon's
" Henry."
Land for Sale!
-QETWEEN FIVE AND SIX THOU-
J5 sand-Acres of the very best Alder-
bottom and Prairie Land, In Township H,
NewWestminster District. Will tit- Bold
In one block or In subdivisions to
on veiy liberal tennis. A1
MATltKHH, New Westm
-.'   JlyMmH
Municipal Work.
SEALED TENDERS.endorsod "Tenders
for Hoadwio'i" will bo recoived ity the
undersigned UP to Saturday the 7th day
of riugUBt, for the construction of about Go
ehulns of ditch and roadway from (lii-i-ir*
Slough eastward to the 8, W. eornerof
Sec. B& B. 4 W., R. fl W. HpcclflLiitloiin
may be seen at Mr. W. H. London'--;, Loin
Island, nnd at tho ofllce of tho undor*
signed. The lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
By order of the Council.
O. D. SWEET,
jiygya I o* m- o-.
land Registry Ordinance, 1870
Lol No. SI, Block VIII, part wf lllstrlrt
1*1 No. IBS, la lhe Clly of Vanc-onre p.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of Robert Ken-worthy nml William Ballinger to tbo above mentioned
lot has been lost or destroyed, nnd application has boen made for a duplicnto
thereof! ,   ,
Notice is therefore hereby given that
such duplicate certtilonte of iltlo will ba
Issued In lieu of that so lost or destroyed,
unless cause be shown to the --oniint-y
within ono montli from date hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Beglstry Offlce,    ,
NewWestminster, 24th July, 1880.
Jleg-tml	
Valuable City Lot
FOR SALE
By Pnblic Auction
LOT 5, BLOCK   15,
rtOBNEB OF COLUMBIA* CLEMENT
Vj sts., Immediately cast or Iho Arlington Hotel. This Lot Is excellently sltniiterl
for business, Imvlnii n frontline of Ail feel
on Columbia Rtreet, and 132 feet on Clement street. Aplmiof the properly mny
be seen rrt tlie Colonlnl Hotel.
Sale will, take place at the Colonial Hotel on
FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1886,
at 8 o'cloek p. m.  Terms Cash.
T. J. TRAPP,
HyMtd Auctioneer.
RIH.VINCIAI. SROIIKTAllY'H OFFICE.
10th July, 18HU.
MISHONORTHR MEUT.-OOVKRNOR
has been pleased to mnke the follow*
appointments:
Gn-nEHT Mai.com Si-roat. Esquire, stl-
pendiiry Magistrate, to be Uold Commit--
sinner. Assistant Commissioner of liands
and Works Registrar under the Muri-hun-
"-""lonsforr-'ftiii-
pro vision! of
tho I.and Registry Acts: for all that portion of the District of Kootenny lying to
the north nnd wesi of the summit of the
Selkirk range, vice A. W. Vowel], Esquire,
Oold Commissioner nnd Stipendiary Magistrate, whose appointments, an nbovc, for
that portion of tne Kootenny Dlslii-t hnve
been cnncellcd.
John Kirkup. Esquire, to be Recorder,
Assessor and Collector, under tbo Assessment Acts, and Collector of Revenue, for
that portion of the Kootenny District lylir-
to the north and west of the summit <
the Semite range, vleo S. Rcdumvc, E-
quire, whoso appointment-),'as above, for
tliat portion of thc Kootonay Dislrict
iiaveoceii cancelled.
Ai,KXA*tnEii Lindsay, Esquire, lo be
Recorder, Assessor and Collector, under
the Assessment Acts, mid Collet-tor of
Revenue, for the Slmilknmeen Dlslrlet,
Including tho Rock Creek Polling Division
of the Electoral District of Ynle, vleo Henry Nicholson, Esquire, resigned, lt
SITWTIONWANTED.
■QY A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT
D Machinist, Just arrived from Montreal, and who has had ample experience,
Apply at this Office. Jlyiilml
Ui-kiurJStMiMj!
i MEETINO OFTHE ABOVESOCIETY
will be held lu the CITY HOTEL on
Rkmonal or Warts.—A correspondent of the Therapeutic Gazette announces through its columns the vir*'
tuea of caator oil in the removal of
wart a. "Constantly applied each day
—that ia, once a day—for from two to
four ur six weeka, it his not failed in
my hands," aaya the writer, "in any
can of any s'v/.e or lung standing. The
time it takes may try tho patience of
the user, but if faithfully used they
will gat their reward in the removal of
tho wnrt without leaving a scar. 1
have used it with some success in
other growths, and had benefit enough
to merit further trial. - Il night," he
adds, '"be a success in the removal of
certain kinds of cancer, especially scir-
rims forms.''
• A fait line of Canadian Hymnals just
received at T. H. Pearson fcCo.'s oci7to
H.V.
.-.*■*■ V I?JJt*JJ "•■-■' Nl-*"r mtv*
2 A IMUIX nu»\t vigor rcston**! jwulli-
• ■'• -..-n.i.-. {1.1 cului- to r-nlt-tl i.ixl j-rjiy
Mir. ii BS'J'ii-i llu'-Hl ri-i-'ilt** by (tie MIm
tilsiliill '</' llio lilili-• -mil*-, uli.i CliliT glulidri
JiJ-JiIvea-iltiJ iii ■ IT 4 Ff.I*.-'«4 ckj.iiw*' It.
, 6 (.1 .i„ i'j ll^lJU^tM, efldjr by
'. .i-i nt iigu <-<- dlwirif-i or tlio m'.jI-i, bi.*
l-rcimiu dry, ImittlJ ■-•-.I brittle, a plluat-y Mid
: -y   -.liken  sotuvr-ft  o'f bxH-Sni-i   l-v-mty.
.:. i-Mi iu -,yl ;h .YyrtVlMli--fT-f / <fvn
mll-lf* J-!*-,.! H4.H-.Hl4 Ity 11* t.l-U'WXX
ii tinpnrii to itm fulia-ti-s, mil iim tlinu-
Mil    i   mil    lit-nHlifulfil'-.*   (if   lh«    tundiliui*
11 <. If,, :■ ii iiMlni-ilns tin- m-uIji.
'ft T,!'l>M'J nalrVii-orn-iierf* it* lmlr.
-A 5 iLll Dimir Mi-tor I* tlw'b-.-.i'i.uru
!. ..-.■.., I'.,,- 1-jji-hy Il.ilr, Hi-iiM llentl, ItcblliK
Hiwi'ir , Teller Hun.*, Torpid Folllclw, mid
ml iiliVr tWnvtlf^t 1.1 lln.* m*-iI-i ilmt riiii-.-*
tlio li'llii-:,' of tliu -ITA TT» mid Hs fuliilft.
NnililiiK tlenmes *■* -txlXV, f tlw mtlminbo
uf ■iniidruil* ui (iurii:(iHyt nud vo eOy-i-tunlly
pruvonts ItH wllini, ns ATIH'S Uaih 'Vltion:
In ntldllliui  bi tlm  riirullvt-  mid  rt*«t-tii.llva
virtues pccuiliir ti» Ayars Hnlr VT(fi2fi"U
II I-i ft tdlkt IfaJtnif)   Tliu IM? W l«l/«
I-i by rm- llm <■ leu nl lent imlr-iIrt'Ki-iiiK iihi(K
lt i-.nim-H (lm lmlr lo |-m*» llilck snd luii'f,
ntid kii'-iH li idwiiyn mil nnd -jlon-y.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
(Jotiliilni tm dolotcrluus Inemilcnt-i. Its li|"i
pri'V-nls nil kuiiI|> dlieime, seourrii ngnlnoi llm
lmlr Krnwinv thill or grny,-nnd surety cures nil
I>.i1-Iik'hh tlml l« not (ii-j-iinlf.
rilKl'AIIKI) st
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by ill Druggists.
thecTeninnof T«wmUj rte «th July, al
 nilnnce reinipsti'd
JOHN SPROTT,
.'olot-k.   A tall Bttendnnce reqneltedi
JOHN BPROTT,
Jly21t2 Secretary.
Teacher Wanted.
tt^THAT^ff
UN FELT
WANT.
1 lew lap!
Change of Business!
A 8 WE ARE ABOUT TO KHTABLI8H
A a fnctory In Vancouver, we beg to
tlinnk our customers for their past pnt-
nrnue, and ns Messrs. l'eeliles A Heckley
hair'Snoughtour trade In Now Wcntmia-
ster.-we nope our- [customers will extend
to them their patronage as we have every
confidence In their ability to give satis-
/factlon. '■',
Jlyginl   ■.        IRVING A HTRAHAN.
$1.25
-OF Til'*-
$1.25
DISTRICT OF
NewWestminster
JUST ISSUKP I1Y
Price, $1.25.
This Map has been produced ut
great cost, and gives a vast amount
of information never before available respecting the most important
district in tins Province.
The new Map shows the latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line of
the O. P. li. nnd extensions.
BUY A COPY.
PUBLISHED BY
RAND BROS.
Real  Estnte, Insurance and
Financial Agents,
NKW WHSTMINS'l'EU, VANCOUVEIl
AND VICTOIUA.
FOR SALE AT
T.R. Pearson's CO'S
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER.
npJJIlc
SPECIAL NOTICE.
ALL ACCOUNTS ON MY BOOKS will
poslllvely be
CLOSED ON THE  Slat INSTANT.
Customers will please accept this notice
aa FINAL end govern tliemsi'Ivesaccordingly.
AT COST AND UNDER FOR GASH ONLY.
first of June.
myHtc
Granite Creek!
(living Description and Hap of
Grauito Creok nnd Similkameen Country.
TlcslRiieil for the uso nf tlio Emigrant,
Tourists, Hportsimm nntl Qolit.seekcrs.
JFKIOJH, SB OTS.
For sale by T. 11. fKAKSON tt CO.
Now Westminstor nntl Viinuouver.
 apgltc	
New Westminster, Coal Harbor
and Seattle Boute.
TllE BTEAMER
(J. W. TAUTE, Muster.)     '
WII.I. I.EAVK SEATTLE EVERY
jiliimlriy Morning nt 1 o'clock, for
Now Westminster nnrl Conl Hnrlior, via
Port Townsend nml the Islands; urrlVes at
Now iVrstiiiliiHUrr on Tuesday forenoon,
lonves lor Coal Harbor about four hour,
afterwards; leaves COAL HARBOR Tuesday SHIM Ior Seattle
Fare to Si-ulllr $4,110
FrelBliI per lon,  4.W
Speeinl rntes to merehanls.       aplOlc
V. PEEBLES,
T. W. HEOKLEY
CHAS. J. ROBSON,
Importeramf^^Virln     ,;-, I
Fruits, Confectionery,
-ANII-
FANCY BISCUITS.
Columbia Street,
0|i|). Colonial Hotel, Now Westminster.
«*rHiM-clai Rntes lo FnuilllfN piirehas-
Iur I'ralis fhr pnservlnR.
A FULL LINE OF FAJTCY
Glassware and China,
Fruit Jars, and
Jelly Tumblers.
All Orders filled promptly. Jyjitc
WANTED. A DULY QUALIFIED
Teacher Ior LnngleyPublic Bahqol,
salary soo per month. Duties lo com-
menea-ilm 2nd «f August. Anplluatlons
will be received by thc unoerslfrned until
July tlie 21lli.
ST. CLAIR BLACKKTT,
Jyl7ld ■ Bee. Board ot Tinsloes.
TEACHER WANTED.
WANTED FOB MUD BAY SCHOOL,
b male Teaoher holding a provincial certificate not lower than 2nd A. One
who hns had wmio experience preferred.
AupllratlniiHudilresi-j-'dtotlieund^r.-'lKnud
Will bo received until tbo Uth July.
Jly3td       JOHN AHM8TRONG, Sec.
FINE JEWELRY!
CALL ANII HEE TIIE
Finest Stock of
Silver Jewelry
JUST IMPORTED PROM ENtll.ANIl.
All the Latest Fashions
At Bottom Prices I
f. SUB'S Jewelry Store,
Jly21tc OPI-OttfTK THK HANK.
A Private College!
—ton	
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
TILL BE OPENED AT
ROSS BAY, VICTOR A, B,C,
—ON—
MONDAY, AUGUST 10, INNti.
THE 'DUILDING   HAS    Ifi   LAIWH
Booms and Is well furnished with
rejnsier grates, balli rooms, Ae.. Ao,
Execllcnl opportunities for all k I minor
healthful oterelsosjndlud Ing boating and
bath I ng.
rupllswlll be mude most eoni fort aide
and their general welfare earcfully considered. *
A CONPITMT STAFF OF INSTRUCTORS
will be maintained.
Excellentfaelllllos will lie affordc-l for
Instruction In KmrIUIi, lotiinirrrlnl,
ClasslMlniHl!Hot|rnil,nn8wn-|rKiiliJe'-tN,
with Uitmmrnt-ti Mmle.
Applleatlmi PorniR, nefcroneos anil full
Information furnished by
RKV. 0. J. BHKNT0N, H. A.,
Nrw Wwhtmisstkh.
June9, ntw, J1112111I
Asylum for the Insane:
ItENDEBS. ENDORSED "LUNAlllC
. Asylum," for thc supply of groceries,
etui hi iiL', meat, ve-TL-l all-.•■-, Ae., for tlio
une of the nbove Asylum. New West min-
slco.for one year from tiie lst of August
next, will be received bv this Department,
at Victoria, until noon on Tuesday, tlie
27tlilnst.
Lists of Ihe art Ideu required cun be soon
at tho Provinoial Beoroiary.'s Oflloe, Victoria, and at tho Asylum, Now Westminster, at which latter place -mmplcs can
also be Inspected.
...     -~i.w (0
 .extra charge.
Security fnr the due perrnrmaiinoof tlio
conlraet will he required iu oach case.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial SooreUry.
Provincial Becrotary-s I iflloe,
Victoria, 11. C„ July Uth.lSfit),    Jyl7td
Notice to Contractors I
SEALED TENDERS WILL BE HE-
ceived ny the umlondmied np to noon
on MONDAY, the 29Ul Inst., for the construction of u School House at llio Norlh
Arm of tiieKraverriver.
Plans nnd spemflMlions ean he seon at
the reDldonoo of Mr, Win. Dantels,  i |
Ilyiinlemr Hoard ofTnislcrs,
J. W. LAWSON, Sect
inth July, 1HS0. . .        Jlyntd
Teacher Wanted.
WANTED, A DULY QUALIFIED PK
male Teacher for Ibe nth Division of
the New Westiniuster I'uhllo ScliOfil. Hal-
ary, S-'iO per month. Unties to begin on
2nd August. Applications, i-ucloslng testimonials and qiiallfleutlon, will be received by lhe undersigned until tlie-ftilh
July Inst.
JlylOtd T. J. TBAPI', Sec,
Teacher Wanted.
WANTED, A TEAOIIKH FOR KAM-
loops School; one who has had
noino experience, Snlnry, IHO per month.
Applications addressed to tbennilerslgned
Will be received until '2Ith July.
FRED, II, ROBSON,
JlylOtd Sec, Board Trustees.
FOR 8 A Mil"
Thorough Berkshire Boar I
15 mouths old; weij-hs a.iiUlis,
Apply lo RICHARD R LISTER,
JlyillU lloleni-oyd, Surrey.
Peebles heckley
(SEAU MEROHANTS' SQUAH.E)
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
UPHOLSTERERS
Spring mill Wool Mattresses and
Bedding always on hand.
'MAJVE ON HAND THE
LIKCKUT AKD 1IUST STOCK OF 1«B
IdTUKE OX THK 1IA1XIASD.
Esllmftles for Offlco nud Storo Fittings.
Wc iniriione nrlilliiE Uiulorluklng.
n    i;     Jlaatc     "
IIIE'UNDEIlSIfiNfJDHAS I1KKN AP-
_ polntoU iijjcrilliillrltJBlilJiiluliililiifor
tTicsohciiiltlfiil inoiniincnis. Pull pnrtlc-
uliirs lis lo lirlccs nii'.l ilcsluns on iilipllcii-
tlon.  . i J   CHAS. I. KOBSON,
At Mr. O. G.'jUJur's store, Columblu Ht,
mliJlllo
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
-tturaut-ee layltiii	
Full Gov'm't Deposit
H EAD OFFICE, TORONTO, CANADA
a home"cqmpany,
This. Association merits thc
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The ttt-uirliv offered lo jKillcy holders tn
nniiurpiisHed by any Coininuiy doing IiuhI-
nmi In*
well-eS
In CanMlo.,
-"snoKhNn  - , ..
itabuBnod linen, hcuee tbo j.
HhamoHOf liiKumnco, but the
w-f-ifm-MM-JiBhod lines, hcuee tho polioy
holders eunuotbo misled hs to their con*
tmcts. .
IU aintemoniH to the lmblleeRii lis readily understood, Uk ennh Htatoment ihow-
Iiirovery Item of Ineomo and how eicpAii-
iled.
It« poslllonlf-nseertnl nod unnually from
m detailed valuation In whioh every Rent
of liability Ih Included.
IU progrcan ban boen unexampled lu
the history of lnmirnnco In Canada.
IlHpolielesnro IndlnnutAble after three
yeiini, Und non-forfoltnblo after two years'
existence.
IU profltH nro dlHtrlhiited upon an cqull-
nblo obhIb, Tho protlU to one elass of
policy holdet-H nr ■ not leiicned lo give
lanrer profltH to any other class, which
method nfTonls superior advantage* over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution,
J. K. MacDONALD,
MnnUgmf Director,
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
AgenU, Nuw Westinlnstet
Je7-2mo-alt-*rnate,
T.J.
DRESSMAKING.
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
tar Hutisfuollon gunrnntoeil. Jv20(c
NEW WESTMINSTER.
HAVING PUR-
"■ chased the stock
ofHardware,Paints,
Oils, &C., of the Estate of Trapp Bros.,
we purpose offering
to the Public VERY
GREAT INDUCE-
MENTS in this
branch of the Business, which we trust
will secure the patronage of those resid-
ing-on the Mainland.
We have bought a
large and well-select
ed stock of Shelf
Hardware in the
eastern markets FOR
CASH, which we expect to arrive in a
few days, and our
assortment will be,
we consider, second
to none in the country, and will be found
complete in all the
following branches:
General and Shelf
Hardware, Cross-cut
Saws, Paints in all
colors, Boiled & Raw
Linseed Oil [English
and American], Dry
Colors in all kinds,
Wall Paper and Window Blinds, Oakum,
Pitch,Giant,Blasting
and Sporting Gun-
Powder, Fuse and
Gaps, Brushes in
Paint, White-wash,
Scrubbing, Horse,
Dandy and Whisk,
and a full line of
Table and Pocket
Cutlery.
We purpose doing
a CASH BUSINESS
and all orders intrusted to us will be subject to a cash discount of 5 per cent,
—our motto being,
"Small Profits and
Quick Returns."
ThanklBK the Public gener-
ally for the liberal patronage
accorded to os In me past, we
trust by strict attention lo
holiness to merit a continuance of Ihe same.
VISITOR-
Thc Bishop or New Wesloilasler.
PltlNCIPAL-
II. I'lrnncH'Ullutou. Ksa„ B. A. tot
tjstord University, nml l,eimojtvlllc
School, P. (j.)
HOARD OF EDUCATION-
Thr Bishop, The Ven* Archilrncnn of
(oluiuliln. The Hev. U. V. llenncs-
Clinton, C. 1». Trew, Esq., JH.»., «..
E. I'lirlionlil, Esq.
NEGOTIATIONS ARE NOW IN PRO-
ercss for tlio offices ol Vlce-Prlnclpul
mul Mntnin.
Extensive additions to tlie premises will
lw made limine tlio holidays.
An election fo four scholarships of SJJ0
?rer annum ench will lie held shortly after
he commencement or term.
The Sohool will re-open nt tlio liegin-
nlng nf Soiitcnibcr.
ApplicntloiiH lo he sent to llio
T1ISIIOI' OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Never Offered in
HAVINO'CONCLUDED TO OIVR UP
business I shall sell the entire stock
consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Men's
Furnishing Ooods, Boots, Hliors, etc., nt
25 Per Cent.
Below Cost.
Suits from $5.00 upwards.
U yards bost Print, for..... .*1.00
U   "      ". Whito Oottpn..' 1.00
U   "      "   Brown    "... 1.00
10   "    No. 1 heavy Drilling, 1.00
10   "    Canton Plnnnel.....  1.00
Best 8/4 Bed Sheeting, 25c. per yd.
Fine Children's Shoes, 75c. per pair.
Fine " Straw Hats, 25c. ea.
10 pair Ladies' Stqckings, nil colors,
for $1.00.
10 pair Men's Socks for iffl.00.
Men's Wliite Shirts, 75c. euch.
Best blue, gray and brown Overalls,
75o. per pair.
T.J. TRAPP,
COMMISSIONS IN THE COUNTRY
PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
ItS II MU MW AM DN EASY TMMU
i Mccormick twine binder,
1 MEADOW LARK REAPERS,
, TRIUMPH REAPKIIS,
'    1 BUCKEYE MOWER,
I ITHICA HAY RAKE.
0LASS WINDOWS ft, DOORS
AT FACTORY RATES.
JiieSte
Come and sreiirc Bargains
betore wc close onr store.
O. LEISER.
New Westminster, Muy 18, imi
 mylOto	
-praOtigal	
Hu just received for the Holidays a fin
assortment.of Gold and Silver
JEWELRY
GENTS'
Ladles Size Swiss Cold Watche
. from if25 to $55,
ladles Size American Stem
winding Gold Watches, «
$32.50.
REHKHBEB-We do not sell "filled
Watches anil Jewelry as solid gold.
Oar goods are guaranteed just u ri
presented, and prices lower than an
other house in B. 0.
COLONIAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
dellle
The Colonial
BOOTiSHOE
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Buildint
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Wm.Ross
importer and ukai.kr in
BOOTS and SHOE!
Tbo Trench Lenoir, (loodyear, Plnl
erlon, Cochrane, C(bhII> I Co.,
Armcs Uolden nnd Sinter
Boota nnd Shoe*.
T AIHEMANU GENTLEMEN ARE Rl
lj Hpoelliilly Invlteil lo mil niuj i-snn
(no the stoek,
I hnvo also on linnd the
MOTIIM IVtllllM LKATIICK WATUI
TIliHT KVKF. HOOT,
Whleli now takes the place of gum ImmiI
Jy20le
NOTICE.
i M. ACCOUNTS DUE TO ME MUt-
A   bo ptilrf forthwltli otlierwUe they wl
fir plnced In ttie tiandu of my Holiettor.
G, I.KIHHH.
New WoHtmltiHter, Mny 18,1SK0.
ittmyam ADVERTISING RATES..
Transient Advertisements—First insertion, 8 ets, per line; subsequent Insertions,
2 rtH. pnr lino.
He-'iilnr Commerolal and Business Ad-,
yer 11 somen u—l column, $12 per month;
;-* oot,. «7 pnr month; Wcol.,(M per month:
2 inches, $2 per monthi I inch, $1,60 per
moniti. These rntes to be charged on
Ntiiiiillni* advertisements which remain
over 8 months. If for a loss period the
Ktos will he: I col., 915 per month; % col.,
I"; % col- $>> 2 Inches, ft; 1 inch, 82.
Specials, among rending mutter— Eneli
Insertion, a) cts. per line.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, fl each.
Funeral notices accompanying denth notice, 60 ets, extra.
WAH transient advertisements will be
measured by a scale of solid Nonpareil,
wliich mattes 12 tines to the Inch and 7
words to the line. Display lines must be
allowed for In making estimates. No advertisement Inserted for less thnn $1.00.
lht fritwh Columbian.
Hatardnj- Horning. July U, I0M.
Por Sale 1000 ^barrels and kits cheap.
Apply at this offico. aplOtc
Weather continues warm and dry—
juat what the farmers want.
Bains have oauaed incalculable damage to crops in North Carolina.
It hu beon learned that the Black
Flags are supporting the Burmese da-
coits.
Mr. Byron Robson Nicholson, of
the Barrie (Ont.) Examiner, ia in Victoria.
'The wires were down yesterday
afternoon, nnd no despatches wero re-
ceived.
The Richmond council asks tenders
for 65 chnins of ditch and roadway.
See adv.
We understand that Mr. W. O. Van-
Horne is expeoted to arrive to-morrow
or Monday.
•For Sale—Hotel doing a good paying
business; cheap. Apply at Woods,
Turner k Gamble. . -fyUte
Persons looking for land should rend
the advertisement of Mr, Henry Mathers in anothor column.
The 9260 race which ended in a dispute on the lat of July is to be run
over again next Saturday.
The str. Yosemite arrived from Victoria yesterday afternoon nt 2:30.
Woll done for the Yosemite.
The only case reported from the police court is Fred. Keye, fined 820 and
costs for fishing without a license.
Reports from tho Granite Creek gold
mines are not very encouraging. None
of the claims seem to be taking out
muoh pay.
The Times saya that tho superintendent of education has decided to
issue no more temporary certificates
for teachers.
Subscribers to the Vancouver Weekly
Herald are requested to send in their
names addressed .to "The Hkbalp,"
Vancouver, B. C. jnlOtc
New England orops are suffering
from drought and almost beyond revival even should rain fall. The cranberry crop ia ruined.
Mrs. Youraans'address last nio-hton
the temperance question was ono of
the finest efforts of the kind ever heard
in Victoria—Vie. Times,
Next Friday ia the timo fixed for
the execution of Mallot, now lying in
gaol. The Chinaman Ah Suey will be
executed at the same time.
Madagascar has granted nn English
company a obarter to establish a royal
bank, with power to coin money, and
issue notes. The bank will have a
capital of $2,000,000.
In addition to our new stock of spring
goods we * have opened an invoice of
Diagonals, West of England Broadcloths
and French Cassime-raa _*Walsh the
Model Tailor. Herbbrt Walsh, Man*
1   ap2lto
I  «ger.
Engineers have been surveying the
middle route (via Burnaby Lake) from
the main line to Vancouver with a
view to future contingencies. Why
not extend the New Westminster
branch!
' That fine oity lot immediately west
uf the Arlington Hotel will be offered
for sale by public auction next Friday.
It is a corner lot, having a frontage of
66 feet on Columbia street. Seo adv.
elsewhere.
There were 270 votes polled at the
Kootenay election. Of these Col.
Baker received 111 and Mr. Brown
74. There were 86 spoiled ballots, qf
which 46 were intended for Col. Baker,
and 38 for Mr. Brown.   "'
The road to Port Moody iB in excellent condition with the exception of a
short piece near the other end that is
very badly in need of repairs nnd
ought to be attended to nt once. Traffic oyer the road ia very large..
The pack of aalmon for 1884 aggregated 086,206 oases; 1885 pack, 836,.
716 esses. It is yet too early tb Say
what this season's pack will be, but
the present indications are that it will
be light.—8. F, Hews tetter.
The ship New York has discharged
nearly the whole of her cargo of steel
rails at Port Moody, It ia said, however, that she cannot coipplete. unloading until a sufficient quantity of
ballast has been put hi to prevent her
capsizinc
Justice Henry of the supreme court,
will shortly leavo Ottawa fur British
Columbia in several exchequer onaos,
one involving a question aa to whether
( the minerala found upon the railway
belong to the provinoial or Dominion
governments. —Colonist,
A lady writes: "I have used Ayer's
Sarsaparilla In my family for many years,
I and could not keep house without it.
For the relief of the pains consequent
upon female weakneasea and irregular!-
I ties, I consider it without au equal."
Another guide book for Canada hss
1 just been published by the Canadinn
government. This ia an illustrated
pamphlet of 160 pages, containing a
great deal of interesting matter refot>
, ing to the resources and attractions of
ithe country. We have to thank Hon,
"Jno. Carling, minister of agriculture,
for a copy of this pamphlet.        i.
So far there lias boen n remarkable
scarcity of fish this 'season, and it ia
feared that the canning operations
' may result in loss, Thursday night 4
or 5 fish to tlie bont, whereas it ought
to bave been at least 76. Possibly (ho
fish may come yet, but the season in
passing away, and the cannnries have
made very large preparations. g
Not a partiole of calomel or any other
deleterious substance enters into the
composition of Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
On the contrary, they prove of speoial
service to those who have used calomel
and other mineral poisons aa medicines,
and feel their injurious effeots. In such
loses Ayer's Pills are invaluable.
The Ohuroh of England Synod in
session in Toronto, Panada, recently,
appointed a committee to confer with
the Presbyterian, Methodist and other
Christian bodies in Canada for the
purpose of ascertaining the pueaibili-*
ties of honorable union wiih such
bodiea, and if such mi inn be found pos-
liblu without sacrifice of caauhtinl
Christian principles, tu formulate a
lohemo for effecting auch union,
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. -Jou the Si'iuapa. T^Ti»_atr. .Reliance left here Wednesday night at 11
o'clock for the bot springs of Harrison
Lake, taking a load of building: material for f he notel and bath houses now
in course of construction at that place.
Quite a number of citizens availed
themselves of the opportunity to viait
the springs. The Bteamer returned on
Thursday evening.
 ■*»
Dramatic Readings.—Miss Lola
Collin, who hss boen delighting the
people of Victoria during the past
week, arrived in this oity yesterday
and will give one or two evenings of
dramatic readings next week, Misa
Collin ia very highly spoken of, and
gives an entertainment that ought to
draw a full house. Particulars will be
announced in due time.
Auction Sales.—Next Friday Mr.
T. J. Trapp, auctioneer, will hold two
important auction sales in this oity.
The first is the sale of Mra. Howison's
household furniture and eflects, whioh
takes place at 10:30 a. m. At 8 jn
the evening Mr. Trapp will offer for
sale at the Colonial Hotel a number of
business, city and suburban lots arfd
some fine pieces of land in the district.
Libels.— A despatch from Nanaimo,
dated yeBterday, states that Dr. 0'-
Briun, editor df the Westward Ho!
made an ample apology to Mr. James
Harvey for libelling him; and that
upon two charges of libel preferred by
Mr. Dunsmuir, M.P.P., he has been
committed for trial/ It seems that
tho doctor's -apology to Mr/ Harvey ia
to^be published in the Westward Ho!
three hundred copiea of which are to
bo published nnd sent to' all parties to
whom the issuo of the paper containing the libel had been sent.- -Colonist.
Lockup Up,—Oflloer Moresby returned from Lytton on Wednesday,
whither he hud gone in connection
with the mysterious murder lately
committed near that place. Four
men wore arrested at Harrison and
taken to Lytton, but they were' liberated, as it, was shown' they were" only
passing down the road on the day of
the murder. Three other mon, ono a
French Canadinn and. one a deserter
from tho mounted police, were arrested and locked up for examination.
One of the mon had spots of blood on
hia clothing. ~,
' 'Needed' 'Work.*—The removal of
the fence about the old government
house at the camp, and the construction of the railway track on the
other side, hnve left thc sidewalk and
bridge in a ' very- nnsatisfactory position. Tho bridge ought to be made
wider so as to (ifl the Space't-Stween it*j
and the railway, and tbo sidewalk
ought to be extended acroia'the ravine
without the present jog which is very
awkward. To do ali this would cost
only a small sum, and the improvement
would be very great. We hope the
government will look into the matter.
Thb Tebminuh.—Port Moody now
wears the aire of a city, Trains arrive and depart daily, and there ia
daily connection with Vancouver and
Victoria by steamer, 'and' stages three
or four times a day to this city. At
the wharf just now lies the large iron
ship Now York, one of the moat perfect specimens of naval architecture
over.aeeh in th*ib 'Wate!*.- The: jCOn
piles still lio near the wlinrf, and there
is nothing being done towards putting
(hum under tho wharf. Port Moody
is beyond question the terminus of the
Canadian Pacific Kailway now, but no
one can tell how long the preaent condition of things will continue, to exist.
Haman'h LioiksB.--U-largo assemblage gathered at the Theatre Comique
last evening to hoar Mrs. Letitia You*
mana, president of the Dominion W,
O. T, U., lecture on "Haman's Li-
cense." The' tectum''isu-fu1r of
darts ngainst the liquor traffio and'
home thrusts tigniust;those who in any
wiVmvor'higVHcSlise. She cannot
but impress men and women for total
prohibition, and is unquestionably a
lecturer of great power and ability.
Her experience in the* temperance
cause has been a vast ono, she having
taken part in the Scott Act campaigns
of Ontario, Sho has succeeded admirably in improssjug the people, and
as a lecturer stands preeminent.—
Colonist of Thursday,
'■   , 'W-v^k ati i-*T:iHfii&b*j|iit>U .
A Fink View.—At the end of the
north road to Port Moody one cornea
upon'one of the loveliest (news to be
found anywhejWj oft.i-t^if-jjcjontinent.
Burrard Inlet can be seen stretching
away to tho west, with hills and
mountains rising abruptly on both
sides, aud eastward the eye rests upon
evergreen foliage and mountains where
the snow never molts. The waters; of
.Bnrrard, Jntyt-'-j-e^j-ery deea.gajor,
and thorojs Mwiiyi.;.M-^vigfipiing
b'reos-o coining up'from the gulf It. is
only about 6 miles to the end 'of the
rond from this city, nnd the road is
good. Thero nre foiiu- of our citizens
unjoying tho beauties of- thf*."pictu-
reaqtio spot, inhaling tho aroma of the
sua brevwa and battling in the salt
water of the inlet. It is just the sort
of placo whero oi*u muy. spends few
days of uninterrupted recreation and'
recuperation.
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0. P. R. Injpnct-on.—In the Su
preine Court* to-day.an -important decision in favor of the C. P. 11. Co. was
NPtfrttf Iff::th*-Hon. Mr. Justice
Gray.   Somo time ago certain of tbe
firopcrty holders along the prupoaed
ino from Port Moody to Conl Harbor
obtained injunctions* restraining the
company from proceeding with the
work uf track-laying between tho two.
points, and the com puny were unable
to proceed with the work of construction. The grounds were that the,
company's charter did not give llieni
power to build' 'iif^tewW ^-Hi-i
Lordship to-day decided that the effect
of the Dominion Legislature in regard
to tho 0. P. R.' wns to deolsre Port
Moody the parliamentary terminus,
and oOBteaottftly that the line front
T6H,lMoiiaV to Coal Harbor was a
branch of and not an extension of thu'
main line, and being such, the com-
■jinny had the right; to build a branch
aud expropriate the necessary laud for
the purposo, without the consent of
the property owners, upon giving the
statutory compensation. It.is understood thnt tho decision to-day was only
as to the legal riirlilof the company to
take the laud, that being the interpretation put upon thu statutes by hit
Lordship. Tliu injunctions wero not
interfered with, and a fur'her hearing
in the matter was directed to ascertain
if tho eoinpany had complied with the
formal procedure necessary in suoh
cnies to entitle them to take tliu lnnd.
Messrs, A J, MuOttll miH-'W. J. T»y*
lor appeared fur thc appliuuiits,—IV,
Timr*ofi'l*t,..  .... ,-m     ,.  a
Sir John's Reubptiqn.—At a meeting of citizens held on Thursday night
it was deeided to hold a picnic somewhere in the suburbs of the city for
the purpose of entertaining Sir John
A. Macdonald. Probably ihe ii'iv-
ernment house aud grounds will be
used for that purpose. Arrangements
will also be made for a torchlight procession in the evening, and the principal streets will bo appropriately decorated. It was decided also to make
application to the admiral, asking to
have one of the war vessels placed at
the disposal bf Sir John. Committees
were appointed to look after tho
various parts of the pr .gramme. Sir
John was due at Yale between 8 and
9 o'clock list night, and ought to arrive at Port Moody nbout midnight.
Beyond that his movements are not
known. It is not at all likely he will
reach this city until about the ond of
next week.
A Good Appointment.- Mr. J. O.
Hughes, of this city, hss been appointed by tiie Dominion government
Indian agent for the northwest coaat
of British Columbia, His headquarters will be Metlakahtla, or Fort
Simpson, and all the Indians of that
region as well as Queen Charlotte
Island will be under his supervision.
Thia appointment ia an excellent one,
Mr. Hughes is one of the earliest pioneers ol this country, ind in the
various pursuits in which he haa been
engaged he hss had ample opportunities for becoming acquainted with the
habits and wants of the Indians, He
has held several positions of trust at
various times under successive provincial governments, and, we believe,
possesses the confidence of both whitea
and natives. For many years there
seems to have been much mismanagement in the administration of Indian
affairs on the northwest coaat, and we
hope and expect that substantial improvements will bo accomplished under the administration of the new
agent. Mr. Hughes leaves for his
new sphere of operations about the
firat of August, and while regretting
his departure * from this city, we are
sure he will carry with him the best
wishes of very many frienda.
Orpha M. Hodge, Battle Creek, Mich.,
writes: I upset a tea-kettle of boiling
water on my hand. 1 at onco applied
Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil, and tbe effect
waa to immediately allay the pain. I
was cured in three daya,
Sir John Maedonald.
'. The Bight Hon. Sir John Alexander ' Macdonald,  K. C. B., Q. C. B.,
P. O., D. 0. L., LL. D., who ia now
making his first visit tu this province,
is one of. the  most remarkable and
most widely known of Canadian statesmen. ' He is the eldest son of the late
Hugh Macdonald, Est,., of Kingston,
Ont., and was born on the llth January, 1815, and is  now  in  his   72nd
year.   Sir John studied law with the
late  Mr. Geo, Mackenzie,   und  was
called to the bar of Upper C.uiada in
1836.   In 1840 ho wss made a Q. C,
and is a bencher of the Law Society of
Ontario.   Is the grand representative
in Canada of the Grand Lodge of Ancient,'Free and  Accepted   Masons of
England, and holds thu rank of a Past
Grand Senior Warden of the Freemasons  of  Canada.    Waa a member ȣ,
the Executive Council of Canada from
Uth May, 1847, to 10th Mareh, 1848
(in the administration of the late Hon.
Mr. Morris); from   llth   September,
1804, tu  29th July, 1858 (in the Mc*
Nub-Moriii, the Tache-Macdonuld and
the   Macdonald-Cartier    administrations); from Oth Auguat aame year tu
23d  May  186? (in the, Curtier-Mac-
donald administration); tton    SOth
Maroh 1864 until the Union (in the
Tnche-Macdonald   and   the   Bellenu-
Macdonald administrations; and wus
during these several  periods, receiver
general from 21st May to 7th  December 1847; commissioner of en wit lands
frum latter date to 10th March  1848;
attorney  general  for  Upper Canada
from llth September 1854  to 29th
July 1858, when as prime minister he
and hia cabinet resigned, being defeated on the seat of government-quest ion.
Returned   to  office 6th August same
year, as postmaster general, a position
he resigned the following day, on his
reappointment as  attorney-general of
Upper Canada, which he continued to
hold until the defeat of the administration on the  militia   bill, May   1862,
when he and his colleagues again retired from office.   The late Sir George
E, Carrier and hu Jed the  opposition
in tho assembly until the defeat of tho
Hundfield Macdonald Dorion  govern*
merit-,   when  the    Tache-Macdonald
government was funtied, SOIh   March,
1864, and he returned to hia old ofllce
of attorney general, and waa government leader in the assembly from that
timo until' the-uuinn of the. British
American provinces, 1867.   Held thu
office  of  minister  of  militia affairs
jointly with tliat uf aUonmy  general
from January to May, 1862, ami from
August, 1866, until the  union.   Was
requested to take the place of  Sir E.
P. Tech*  as, prime  minister on thu
death of that gentleman in 1866, but
waived his claim iu favor uf Sir N. F,
Belleau. , Has Wen a delegate In England ahd Htor countries nu many  occasions, ana wns a delegate tn the cnu-
ference  in   Gharlotteimvn   in    1804,
which had been coiit;etiqd for the purpose of Wfcoting a onion nf the nt-iri-
tiiim provinces, to that which sua-i-uil-
ed it in Quebec, aame year, tii nrrnng**
basis of union nf all British American
colonies; and   whb  chairman   of  the
London Colonial  Conference. 180(1 7,
when the Aot of Union, known at ihu
"British  Nortii  America  AoU".w-n
passed   bythe  Imperial   P-u-liitimn'.
On the lst July, 1867, when the new
constitutiqu catiiu intu iuw.t>, he   was
called upon to form ihe first government for the New Dominion, and was
sworn of the Privy Council  and  wan
appointed minister of justice and attorney general   uf Canada, an office   he
continued to till uu:»I ho nud his ministry resigned on the  Pacific Railway
charges,   6th   Novomber.    1873.   In
1871    was    appointed   onu  of   Her
Majesty's Joint High  CnimniHxiononi
and   Plenipotentiaries, together with
Earl de Gray (now Marquis of Itipmi),
Sir: fi*affcrd Noi-ihcnte, Sir  Edward
Thornton, and Right H<m. Montague
Bernard, to aet iu cnniieetinit wi h (it**-
onmmissimiers tmim-d hy the I'n-iident
of the United Slater, for  the  Kettle
ment of the Alabama   claims  and. if
matters  in ■ dispntu   butnui'ii   Great
Britain and   thu   United   fltite*. the
labors of which Joint  High  ('ononis
sion resulted in the   Trimly of   Washington, signed at Washington, U. tf.,
on the 8th May, 1671.    Received the
degree of D. C. L. (honorary) from
Oxford university, 1865. IsalsoLLD.
of Queens University, Kingsiwt, and
a   D. O. h. of University   of  Trinity
College,  Toronto    Created K. C. B.
(civil) by   Her   Majesty,  July, 1867.
Created a Khight Grand Cross of the
Rn^ftl Order   of. Isabel la Catoltca (of
Spain) January, 1872.   Nominated a
member of Her Majesty's Must Hon
orable Privy Council, July, 1872, and
sworn in August, 187!'. I'li-mimou-dy
elected leader of the Canadian Liberal
Conservative Opposition, (ith November, 1873. 8.it for Kingston in Canada Assembly from November, 1844,
until the Union- Returned for same
seat in Commons at general election
1867, at general election 1872, and at
general election 1874. Unseated on
petition, Nov. 21, 1874; reelected
Dec. 29, 1874. Contested the city of
Kingston at next general election,
when he was defeated. Immediately
afterward was elected by acclamation
fur Marquette, Canada, which he vacated by accepting office as Premier oo
the 17th October, 1878, which position he now holds. Wub then elected
for Victoria, B, C. Elected for
Carleton and Lennox nt Inat general
election. The following are among
tho principal measures which have
been carried through parliament by
the right hon. knight, viz.: The secularization of the clergy reserves; the
improvement of the criminal laws; the
promotion of public instruction; the
consolidation of the statutes; the extension of tbo municipal system; the
reorganization of the militia; thc settlement of the seat of government
question; the establishment of direct
steam mail communication.-, with Europe; the establishment uf additional
fienitentiaries, criminal lunatic usy-
uras and reform a tory prisons, and
providing fur the inspection thereof;
the providing for the internal economy
for the house of commons; the reorganization of the civil service on a permanent basis; the construction of the
Intercolonial railway; the enlargement
of the canals; the enactment of a
stringent election law; the ratification
of the Washington Treaty; the Confederation of British North'' America,
and extension and consolidation of the
Dominion, In his position na leader
nf the opposition, Sir John, on several
occasions, gave the Reform government the benefit uf hia ability and
long experience in perfecting several
of their most important measures,
notably the Insolvent Act nnd tho Act
constituting the Supreme Court of the
Dominion. During the summer of
1880 Sir John visited England, iu
company with the ministers uf railways nnd agriculture, where they arranged the contract for the construction of the Pacific railway, to wliich
Parliament has given effect.
• Maladies Moi-tipltc one Anothkr.
A simple fit ot indigestion may-especially if the constitution is not naturally
vigorous-—throw the entire mechanism
of the liver and bowels out of gear.
Sick headache follows, poisoning of tlie
blood by bile ensues, and there is grave
and serious disturbance of the entire
system. Check the threatened dangers
at the outset with Northrop k Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure,
the mediciue that drives every impurity
from the blood.
| Ualtuiobe, July 18.- The result of
! the rowing races at Bay Bidge last week
has caused considerable talk among the
sporting fraternity, and Teemer is openly
charged with having sold out races iu
which he was defeated. It seems that
considerable money was quietly bet, and
that Teenier was favorite. He waa
heavily backed by a sporting man from
Pittsburg, who lost $4,000 on Friday's
race, which was won by Boss, and it
now leaks out tbat Teemer gave a friend
$1,600 to bot on Ross. Teemer and
Courtney rowed together yesterday and
wero favorites, bnt Ross and Lee-won,
and to-night Courtney charges his mate
with having intentionally pulled badly,
bo as to come in second. Gorman, a
Pittsburg man, was to have taken Teemer to England and back him for the
championship of the world against
Beach, bnt now he declares that he will
have nothing more to do with his protege.
San FitASCisco; July 19.-~Tlie Brit-
ish burk Carrier Dove left Yokohama on
thc 18th for Portland, with teas, and
the W, B. Flintsone on the 20th for Port
Moody with teas for Canada,
Milwadkek, July 10.—The Anarchists, Frank Hirth, Anton Palm, and
Carl Simon, were to-day sentenced to
nine months each in the house of correction,
•St. Paul, July l9.-*Pion«r Pre**
special: At noon Saturday six mounted
and masked highwaymen robbed Har
Majesty's mail coach twenty-five miles
south of Humholt station, obtaioiniz
**20,000 from the mail baga. The coach
had left Qu'Appelle Friday. It is re
ported the driver was killed. The coach
contained two passengers. It ia sup-
posed to he the work of Montana road
agents. Mounted police ore scouring
the country.
Lonous, July 21.~Gladatone, at 2
o clock this afternoon, received from the
Queen her acceptance of tbe resignation*
of himself and his ministers. Gladstone,
as soon as his message returned from Osborne with the Queen's acceptance of the
resignation of the ministry, notified his
colleagues. Gladatone will not prooead
to Osborne to personally surrender to the
Queen the seals of office until her majes-
ty shall liave appointed his successor. It
is officially announced that "the Queen
will summon Salisbury to form a new
miuiatry. Salisbury is due here to-morrow.
Lima, July 21.--At a meeting held
here it was resolved to petition the gov-
eminent te expel the Jesuits from the
country. .The feeling against thia class
is daily becoming more intense. ElCom-
mercia recommends, the government to
take the matter in hand and treat it in a
spirit of moderation and justice.
Little Rook. Ark., Jidy 21.—Jaa, C.
Cook and Frederick Gerhardy living in
Montgomery County, were shot snd killed by horse thieves on Monday night,
who wore. in the act of stealing the former's horse," The thieves, seven ia number, escaped and are still .at Urge. A
posse is iii pursuit.
Omaha, Neb. Jnly 21,—The fint authentic particulars of Uie limited express
train between here and San Francisco
Wboleaale city Market.
per ido lbs m $7 oo $ & oo
Beef,
Pork
HutUm "
Rldeslgr'n) "
Potatoes "
Turnips m
Carrots "
Paruntp'- "
Beets ••
Cabbage "
UlllOIlM •■
Applet-        '■
Pears "
Wheal        ■■
OaOt "
Peas »
Hay,       per „«   ..
Butter (ron-.) per*	
Cheese, "   	
J'-Be***     per doc	
Geese,        ea(.h
Ducks          "
Chickens, per pair.	
750® 000
8 fiUf'S 000
850O 000
1251:1-30
0 50@ 0 75
0 75® 100
1 OOfrt ] 25
100® 1^5
100® 125
200® -100
ow® ooe
II «l fit 0 00
160® 175
125® 1 60
100(9 1-25
0 00® 10 00
0I»@ 025
0 17® 0 18
0*25® USO
UjO® 175
0 75®  100
Tu^eyB^ribr.:;::::::::::;::'.; S »@ J $
CordwooJ (retail) per curd. 3 00® 3 50
r lon
D. Drysdale & Co.
KM FIOM All PARTS OF THE WORM.
Ottawa, July 14.--It ia understood
that tho government has ilei-iikd not to
recognize any Indian chosen by the
Crees to succeed Poundmaker as their
leader. The intention is to gradually do
away with the system adopted by the
red men for centuries of selecting us
their leader anv brave who has specially
distinguished himself.
London, July 14.—An extradition
treaty between England and the United
States has been signed. In addition to
thc customary clauses, the treaty provides for the surrender of dvnaniitc mis-
creants. At the foreign ollice tit-day it
was stated that when thc matter was
rip» a communication would bo made to
the press In thn usual way, and that the
treaty would doubtless be ratified at
Washington after the customary routine.
Further details woro peremptorily refused. At the American legation, .Secretary White was greatly incensed. Ha
said he waa surprised at the indiscretion
of the foreign ofBee, and brusquely
closed the interview. It is l-eiii-rally
thought in diplomatic circles here that
the socialistic troubles in Chicago largely
influenced the American government in
making thc treaty.
Wissifko, Man., July 14.—Sir John
Macdonald has been busily engaged sinca
hiB arrival here in making and renewing
acquaintances and friends, nnd in viewing the city. To-night he held a reception iu the roller riim, which was largely
attended. The civic council presented
an address of welcome at the rink, to
which Sir John replied in feeling and
general terms. Ife apoke hopefully of
the Hudson Bay railway scheme, and
justified sending an ordinary vessel liko
the Alert as a good sound vessel, of ordinary powers- hi *-prove tho practicability
of the route, He believed tho Alert
satisfied these conditions. Ho said tho
report positively proved navigation possible for a louger period than was anticipated, and he hoped the capitalists ol
England and Europe would take the
same view. He spoke favorably of the
Hudson railway scheme,
WisNii-KO, July IC—A despatch from
Wood Mountain saya that extensive
prairie fires are prevailing along the
boundary, which threatens unless cheeked to sweep the country oast of thc
Mouth Saskatchewan river. Thc mounted policu nnd the ranchmen are doing
their utmost to check tlie progress of the
flames. The weather has been intensely
hot.
London, July 15. — Krupp's alleged
success in securing a China contract for
rails over English bids lias created a
profound Bonsatiofl among mimufnutitr-
cr-t. Throe of the strongest rolling mills
iu Croat Britain, secretly backed by-
powerful influence, have been for montlm
spending time nnd money in the vnia
attempt to sell rails aad railway plant*
to the Chinese government. '1 hey had
confidential report* fiom their ngeuts to
the effect that tho Oerman and French
contractors had no cbance against.the
The alleged contract
have been given out by general manager
Calloway of the Northern Pacifio, who
aays that the tint train will be started
on Aug. 1st and will make a through run
between Omaha and San Franoisco in 72
hours, as against 00 at.the present time,
('curing here at 10-15 a.m. it will reach
Ogdcn at 9 p.m. next day, and arrive at
San Francisco (about ill o'clock en the
3rd day. Tlio cast bound limited express will leave San Francisco at 3 p.m.
and reach Omaha at 8:20p.m. on the 3rd
day.]      .__    ■  .- ,
What Toronto's well-know Good Sam
aritnnaays: "I have beta troubled.*ith
Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint for over
20 years, and have tried many remedies,
but never found on article that has done
me aa much goad as Northrop k Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic
•Cure." CuliA K. Portkr.
Knglish houses.
blow.    Telegrams from the north stntc
with  Ki
ritpp  is,
therefore,
ii'tislilng
that if Krupn has  contracted,
ported, the rails will he Bold at a lo.--*-.
STbw Y-mi., July 18.—O. W. Sinal-
ley's London cable to tho Tribune aaya:
Cluilstouc'i-i return to London line cleared
up some doubtful points. He found his
colleagues unani i.oin- in favor of resigning before parliament meets. Thuy found
him resolved to give effect at the earliest
moment to the verdict of thc country.
Gladstone will resign, but not retire.
That fondest hope of his opponents is
doomed to disappointment. Defeat has
perhaps angered him, but certainly it
has not disheartened him. It does not
appear tbat Oladstone shares the hopes
entertained by some Liberals of a speedy
reunion of the party. His forecast of
the political future proceeds on a different calculation, the old one of inevitable
Tory blunders. Lord Salisbury will take
office, and Gladstone's '280 followers, including the Parnellites, will form n com*
pant opposition, Salisbury must framo
a policy for Ireland, which cannot be
home rule iu any shape that Parnell
would accept. Gladstone believes tlint
any possible Tory scheme for governing
Ireland must break dirwu, and the moment must come wheu Liberal Unionists
will Hnd themselves unable to support
their allies; that the ministry will go to
pieces, nnd when another election eu*
sues the country will then see that no
plan but Gladstone's ia practical, ami
will reverse Its decision.
Arguing Willi a Highwayman.
Mr. McRoborts, new edittf of the1
Leeds (England) Mercury, was at one
time a reporter in this city. He was
the must argumentative, and, at the
same time, the calmest man that ever
struck the town. He would stop work
at a fire to argue. Mr. McRoberts
was on his way home early one moro-
ing when an American suddenly popped up with a pistol levelled at his
head and said:—    ■ r < ,.
"Throw up yer hands!"
"Why?" asked Mr. McRoberts, un*
disturbed.
''Throw them up."
"But what for?"
"Put up yer hands,1' insisted thb
footpad, Blinking the pistol.' "Will
you do what I tell you?
"That depends," ssid Mr. McKob-
erts. "If ye can show me any reason
why I should put up my hands I'll no
any but what I weel; but yer mere re*
3nist wad bo no justification for me to
ti sue absurd a thing. Noe, why
slmnld you. a complete stranger, ask
mo at thia W o' the mornin1, on a
publio street, tae put up my hands?"
"Dash you!" cried the robber! "if
you don't quit gabblin'and obey orders, I'll blow the top of tour head
off!"
"What! Faith, man, ye must be oot
'o yer heed. Come, noo, pair buddy,"
said Mr. McKoberts, soothingly, coolly
catching the pistol nnd wresting it with
a quick twist out of the mail's hand;
"come, nno, and I'll show ye where
they'll tak caro o'ye. Hech! Dinna
yo try tae fecht, or euod I'll shout yo.
Ry tho way, ye might as weel put up
yer ain hands, and jest walk aheed o'
mo.   That's it.   Trudre aws li«>."
Aud so Mr. McRoborts inarched his
man to thu city prison and handed him
over tu ('upturn Douglass,
"It wudmi he u bad idea Uu pit him
in a Nti-Hi-jlit-jacket ."he said, serenely,
to the officer. -'Thero'B little doot but
the buddy's daft." i
And he resumed1 his interrupted
homeward walk,—S, F, Post.
Orion Catlitt, 49 Pearl Street, Buffalo,
N.Y., suyai "1 tried various remedies
for the pilH bnt found no relief until I
used lh, Thomas1 Rt-loctric Oil, which
■■iitir.lv aiued me after a fewapplica-
tions." Since Ur. Thomas' Electric Oil
has in-come celebrated, unprincipled person-* are imitating it.   Get the genuine.
"Aro you bavin-; n pleasant time ?"
nsked ii (adv -il a little miss at a fash-
ium-blu children's party. "Delightful,
thanks." "And will your papa and
mamma come later!" "Oh, dear, no;
pupii and n.,unmn and I don't belong
to the same eel,"—Kmrp^rs Bazaar.
One trial Of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator wilt convince you that It has
no ecju-il aa a wonn medicine.   Buy a
bottle, and see'if it does not please you.
A Scotch clergyman, preparing a
piper for a tract whieh he was about to
read to lum, askod: "My Mend do
you know the chief end of man t" The
piper innocently answered: "Na, I
dimm mind the chune; ean ye no
whualeit?"
Hard nnd soft corns cannot withstand
Hollo way's Corn Cbrei it ia effectual
every time. Get a bottle at once and bo
happy.
A new map of Brltiah Columbia just
Issued by tbe government, for ule at
T, R. Pearson k Go's,   The best map
ever issued* f-2:2ii, -Adv.
Surface Indications
Willi* ii miner woiilil vory properly term
"surfiico liiilluslliiiis" of vrlut Is bcnciilli.
sio Ilie Pimples, Slles, Sore Kjes,
■JplKmnlCuWueous Kruptlons Willi
WU on poople are uiiw.ral In sprint ami
I'Jirlysummer. TlioclTelemiillcrjceinmi-
Inlcii iliirliiir llio winter inoiillis, now
nuilies Ils imwnro felt, throupli Nature's
I'lelnivors lo'oxiiel It from llio system.
« lllle it reiiijilns. It Is spolmn Hint feslcrs
In llio lilimil nml mny develop liilo Sorof.
Hia. I'lii. emirlition cuilses deruiuremeut
nf tlio digestive anil esslmllutory oresus,
"'I'll ii fcellnjr of enervation, laniruor, and
weiirliioss-ofleb lle/litly spoken of as "only
Mirlna; fever." Tliesu nro evidences thai
.yilure Is not able, unaided, to tluow olt
llio corrupt atoms which weaken tho vital
forces, To regain henlth, Nature must lie
iilrlril by a, Ibuiuiiitli blood-purifylnirnetl.
Mile; nud limbing elso is so elective as
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
which Is sufficiently powerful to exnel
•from the system even the taint of Hereditary Scrofula.
The medlciil profession indorse AYKn'a
8Ali3AP.Uin.LA, and many attestations of
ilie cures effected by Itcume from all parts
of lhe world. It Is, In tho lanpniRe of
the Hon. FYancIs Jewett, ex-State 8cu-
ator uf Massachusetts and ex-Mayor of
Lowell, "the only preparation that does
mil, lastiuy good.*'
pREpAnnn by
Or, J. C. Ayer A Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists: Price tl:
Six bottlu for $5.
Tbe confederation Life.
The annual report of this solidly prosperous Canadian institution will be found
hi another column. The facts revealed
in the accounts and the Directors' report
thoroughly justify the ecomiums which
the shareholders present bestowed upon
the management. Thanks to the resolute
manner in which the Company has declined to embark upon extravagant
methods of procuring business, the work*
ing expenses of the company bear to the
total income the very small ratio of between 17 and 18 per cent. A point attesting the soundness of the finance*- of
the Company Is the faot tliat the interest
income is sufficient to pay the death
claims- -wliich in a company of the age of
the Confederation Life is something to lie
proud of. The ass ta and liabilities are
set forth in minute detail, and the tables
show that, after making allowance for all
possible contingencies and providing for
every debt, there ia a surplus of $2S2, IB9
over liabilities and capital combined.
The bicreaae in the assets in the last year
was $260,:-KK). Se much for what can be
done by rigid adherence to what the
President defined aa the true policy of
tbe Company, viz:—"To keep its balance
sheet right and avoid unnecessary, nowise, or extravagant expenditure for the
sake merely of Increasing sew business."
—Toronto Glob*:. T. Ii. IWm k Co.
are agents. for this company in British
Columbia. ml Ate
Whit« Bboszb Monuments. —White
Bronze ia a comparatively new substance,
tod has come into large nse, rapidly, for
special purposes in this country. It haa
been found to be ao well adapted for statuary and monuments, that companies
have been for aome time established at
Bridgeport, Conn., Detroit, Mich., Dea
Moines, Iowa, and St, Thomas, Canada,
who are making monuments of all kinds
and styles. From experiments made by
theae companies, it has been found that
the material will stand exposure for an
indefinite period—it is practically indestructible. White Bronze being non-
corrosive and unchangeable, it is stated
to be equal to gold, silver or platinum,
aud auperier to copper or antique bronze,
which throws off a verdigris. The monuments are cast from refined zinc, and are
given their sparkling appearance by the
sand blast, sand being blown against the
work under a high pressure of steam,
which cuts the aunace, but does not ad-
ben to it A thin film of oxide which.
forma on this bronse is indistrnctible by
the elements; it cannot be dissolved by
water, and air cannot penetrate it, although the film ia so thin as to lie immeasurable. No corrosion, it is affirmed,
can take plaoe.—Boston Journal of Commerce, Chas. 3. Robson, New Westminster, is agent for tbe White Hronze
Monuments in British Columbia. Much
cheaper and more durable than any
other. my5tc
Nckrert Stock.—Mr. Q, Vf, Henry,
of the Port Hammond nursery, who is
now in the east selecting stock, writes
from   Bowmanville   Ont.,  as  follows:
Vou may say to the people of British
Columbia who wore good enough to entrust mc with their orders that I liave
arrived in Ontario aud find the uursery
stock looking exceedingly well. Tell
them to gut their crouiuls in good shape,
for they cau look forward with certainty
to my return there this fall with a carload of suoh trees as will gladden the
hearts of all, especially those who have
been trying ao long to get gootl trees, for
tliny will be fully na good, or even bettur
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED,
Ex Canadian Pacific Railw'y
Direct from the East, our first consignment of
BY THE FIR8T THROUGH TRAIN,
-COSSISTIKd   OP-
Hosiery, Lace Mitts, Silk Gloves,
Warner's Health Corsets,
Celebrated French C. P. Corsets,
Kid Gauntlet Driving Cloves, Ac.
jly7tc
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
NEff WR8TMIN8TRtt.
"'■I ■.JL ■■_.-..    ■****■
Ming Off!   Sing f!
ts
CLEARANCE SALE
FOU.      CASH!
IN BVBRY DEPARTMENT
TBE NEXT THIRTY DAYS!
than represented. I am also making si
ruiigements to bring out an assortment of
young trees, Howers, seeds, eto., for my
own nursery at Port Hammond, aud all
who are Intending to send their orders to
me here {Bowmanville, Ont.) or if any
ehangss are wanted iu orders already
taken, I must be notified without delay
so aa to ensure attention," (8)
VM WEST MMIBK FOEHl.rTltlBIJt.
-Tke Creel Illuimtt4 Mrlitsk I'tlin-
bUldltlM. Annisnwlmswe-ehaad
■»T. ■.rearstn A im'tt., soleafeafnfi*r
Ihe Mainland, at» f is. m* fc. te
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian office. Prices will be
found lower than at any other offico in
the province,—Adv,
Canadian Psalter and Hymnal, with
tunes (for Presbyterian Church), at T.
B. Pearson A Co.'s, New Westminster
and Granville. *
Mortgages, Deeds, Leues, Agree
menta of Sale, and blank forms of all
kinds, at T. ft. Pearson ft OoV *
Beautiful photographic panoramic
views in British ColumbU, 7o cts. por
s«tetT. R. PeareonAOo.'a. *
$2,000 WANTED
WANTED TO BORROW, #000 on moil
sociirlty.   Particulars on npplfcn*
tion at this Offlee. Jfyatto
GAS-FITTING.
THE NEW WE8TMINHTER OAS COM*
patw are propnred to receive orders
for gnK-mtfiiK, which will bo done tn a
Jly2IIn
ffFOBD,
M nm-irer.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
ARK  NOW   SHOWING  A  COMPLETE STOCK  IN  EVERY
PEPARTMENT, ONE  OF THE LARGEST AND BEST
ASSORTED  IN  THE   PROVINCE,   AND  AT
•r^-cosT prices, "--a*.
FRENCH, OERMAN AND ENSLISN MESS ROODS:
Aijiji Down in Prira.
OlLlVO *   B,„i, jji,,,), mi Colored, at Bottom Prices.
LACE TRIMMING, LACE ALL-OVERS, ORIENTAL LACES,
FANCY NETS, AC.:
Everylhing ne* and lovely. Thu Department far surpasses any previous aeaaon's efforts and cannot be equtlted iu the Province. Ladies,
see for yourselves.
HOSIERY. RLOVES, LADIES' UNDERWEAR, AC:
A truly grand atock, iu erer; make.
OENTS' FURNISHINGS, COLLARS. TIES, HANDKERCHIEFS,
UMSRELLAS: '
All choice and cheep.
PRINTS -
T 1U.W ItJ.   Thii department ia full of all the latest and most beautiful
designs.
CORSETS:
Away Down in Prioe.
STAPLE OOODS:
This Department should not be f.irgotten. The stuck of Cottuns, Sheeting*, Pinperi, Napkina, Ac, Ac., ii alwaya niuet complete and all sold
at very low prices.
LADIES, dontt fail to come and secure Hargains before buying elsewhere.
K. R. -All Ooods entered on the Rooks will be charged at regular prices.
JnW JAMES ELLARD & 00., 10MM WtltE, NEW WEITWNSTER
ST.  PAUL'S CHVRCH. Bervlrea every Monday nt 11 A. M. and 1 P. m. In
lht' Cliuroh, Si. John slivi't, belu-ti- Knval
iivi-iino. Heals tree, all nre cordial I v In-
vlt-*d.  Biindav Hcliool al 2.301\ m.
(ttaSUs)
MBTHODHT  CHURCH,   Mars- fit.
Rev, C. Watson, Pastor.   Rnrvlcen at
lln. in.and7p. m.   Sunday fichool and
Hilile CIusk 2:.% p. in. I'mycr Medina on
Ttlumdoys nl S j>. m, Scttlis tree: sti-aiuem
cordially Invited. jeMc.
CIIUHCH OV KNGLAND, at, Mary's,
Hnppprton. services,8unilaya,nft.m.,
and 8.IW p.m. Thnn-dnyi, IMp.tn. Dally
«.si ii. m„ a.ao p. m. Holy Communion.
Hundayx, fl a.m., except 2nd Sunday In lhe
month.   All seats treo. mliJWe
BAPTIST CHURCH, Rev. Robt, Len-
nie pnstor; meets In lhe Court House,
Ben-ices at II a. m. and Tp.m. Sabbath
School nml Bible (Tlntm at 2.90 p.m. Pray*
er Meeting Thursday eveninc at s o'clock.
striuiucrs cordially Invited. aplSto
ClflOlf LODOfc Mo, t, A. F.
A A. tt»-The regular Com-
tmmleatfons ot this lM_e are
. held on the flrwt Monday In each
month.  Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited toattend D. WILSON,
fe-»-te Secretary.
M
Wood and Coal.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HANI) A
large quantity of
REST \VELU\6T0N UIHP COAL
And an assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Wjlloh ha will sell at lowest rates.  He
will nlsa promptly attend to all kinds of
Onlert eft alMr, McOoll'sstoroon Columbia street, or at my house, I-oiisjIiih
street, will meet with prompt attention.
NewWe.,mln.„r,WT,!,-*-W«e
DESIRABLE PROPERTY
FOR 8ALE.
The routs—ttta
ofleml for sale:
1'imrnitTY  is
SOO ACRES OF CHOICE LAND on llio
Spolt Raul, Jt miles from New Wesl in In-
"i**li""*«-l*lia farnilin Implements
on the premise- **—'"— —-..-. ._....
rnrnltllrc, eons 	
enough other furniture for anordliurn
household.
stoves nml
1 2K*0K„0*'' LkKD at Brownsville, opposite New Westminster, fromlnc. on
river and Yale Road-splendid site for
more anil Hotel.
A HOUSE ANI) LOT on Albert Crescent,
New Westminster, In  splendid oondl-
__*__, will be sold nl ii baiKJiln If
sold within two months.
„   APP'y to       JAMES KENNEDY,
JlylOto New Westmlnsler.
E GEO. 8H
—OP THE—
VICTORIA
Has appointed the Undersigned bin
Ageif tot HewWttl-alMter CU) «N
llilrlct.
All Orders by Mall or otherwise trill be
promptly attended to. J
Designs, Samples of Materiel end Price*
hirnlsned on application.
C. R. MONCK.
New West., May Jllst.lsm. JnUlc Working Under Water.
INTERESTING EXPERIENCES OF AN OLD DIVER
"Lifo nn the ocean wave" wns well
enough in its day, but the descriptions
of Ua perils have grown tame in the
long course of years, and nowadays
when people want to hear of thrilling
-adventures tnd hair-breadth escapes
connected with the sea they turn to
those who have experienced lifo under
the ocean wave and survived its dangers. There are a fascination nnd an
excitement about tho work of submarine divers which seldom fail to attract
*.#. landsman's Interest. Tlie strange
regions iuto which the divers explore,
their unknown nnd often ghastly inhabitants, the unexpected obstacles
which may in a moment set at naught
the bost precautions of science—all
those surround the profession, with
mystery and its followers with awe,
not unmixed with admiration for their
bravery.; Secrets deemed impenetrable
have been taken from the keeping of
the sea and. treasures givon up for Tost
have been recovered. Deeds liko
these have boen done at thc risk of
the diver's lifo and limbs, nnd the tribute to his daring is not misplaced.
But besides daring the diver requires
ready Intelligence and a coot head.
When he meets danger ho must know
how to escape it, aud his life depends
upon his presence of mind. Three
pulls at the life line is the signal far
the diver's "tender" at the surface of
the water to piill him up, and unless
the line is out above or thc thinner is
loo sudden to allow him to seize it,
this will lead him to safety.
A TALK WITH A D1VBH.
Sitting in hia little oflico on South
street a veteran diver who has been in
the business twenty-two years, and
whose father followed it beforo him,
told a Herald reporter the other day
about some of the jobs he had done
and of tho dangers tu which divers are
exposed. Before beginning he took
from his pocket an old, worn letter.
It had the official stamp of the Irish
Lighthouse Department of Queen's
government, and it boro witness that
the letter's owner had joined the service of the Irish Lighthouse Commissioners in 1876, and had done faithful
und excellent service as a diver in from
sixteen to twenty fathoms of water for
nearly four years. "1 have boon in
most parts of the world, and have got
many such certificates," said tho diver,
"but you don't want to see thorn.
You want to know something about a
diver's experience,'' he continued after
a pause. "Well, I will tell you. We
divers feel pretty secure whon we get
our water clothes on, but there are unpleasant things that can happen. I
can tell you about one kind of danger
from ray own experience. - It was
about 'five years ago next July that I
was working off Cablo Island, on tho
Now England coast, for tho underwriters of a schooner that went ashore on
the island, and then camo off nnd sank
with her cargo of railroad car wools.
To recover this I went down in 126
feet, pf water, t It waB a Gup day and I
could see objects near me very distinctly. I went inside the ach-Jotter's hold
to make an examination,*whon suddenly the blowing noise which goes
through the helmet when the air outers
ceased, and I knew that something
had happened to the air-pump at tlio
surface. You know tbat the pressure
on a man, even when ho is getting his
air all right, is equal to half a pound
for the foot. At thia depth the pressure was about sixty pounds, and as
soon as the air was gone it increased
terribly. I felt a tightening sensation
creeping up my legs and pressing in
my ribs until they seemed to stick into
my heart, I kept cool, though, nnd
managed to get out of the vessel and
make my way back to tho line by which
I had oome down. I didn't daro givo
the signal to be pulled up by the ton*
dor until I pot hold of this other lino,
because I was afraid of the effect on
the blood circulation of boing pulled
up too quickly. As it was my blood
seemed to fly out in every direction.
But with the otlior line I hoped to
hold on, then give the signal and make
my ascent slowly. In the meantime
the tender suspected something wrong
and began to haul me up. At tho
first pull my eyes seemed to shoot out
of my head, and then I lost conscious,
ness and remember nothing more.
That job laid me up a good many
weeks, which I spent in the Massachusetts hospital in Boston."
SOMK DWKIXEHH OP THB DEEP.
"Did you over come across any dead
bodies in the water ?" asked tho reporter. "Oh, yes, often," was the reply. "I havo been sent to search for
them, and I have run against them unexpectedly. There are some of these
things that I would rathor not talk
about, but there are some instances of
finding corpses that I can recall and
don't mind mentioning. When I was
in the Irish service I wont down in
eighty-five feet of water to look for
the body of a young gentleman who
waa drowned when out gunning in a
boat with his sweetheart. The tirst
day I went down I found his gun, and
after, that I walked about the bottom
for fire days without coming upon tho
body. At last I discovered it hold
tightly in between two rocks, with tho
game-nag lying beside it. Another
time, when I wm diving off the pier at
Dungeness, England, when I reached
' the bottom I noticed an object loaning
against ono of the dock piles, which I
took to be a bog of coal, like ono of
those used on British steamers. I
went up to it and took hold of it, when
the tide loosed it from its mooring and
. the ghastly face of a dead man bobbed
up close to my uwn. I recovered from
my horror In a moment, and took the
body in my arms and brought it to tho
surface, It' proved to be tho body of
a man who had disappeared some time
before. A diver has got to got used to
meeting queer things," ho continued.
"Dead men ere foroigners under the
sea ae muoh as the divers are, but
there are somo of tho natives that nro
pretty w&y- I k*ve nover been at*
' tackfti-by any kind of a fish, but I
h»«e met some sharks that made mo
feel unpleasantly. I alwaya carry a
short, double-bladed knifo in a little
case on my wrist. I con get it out in
twu twfcte tf A ectew, and it is a useful
tto h*vo about whep a shavk is
i I stabbed a monster with
BoSt KoWB :tobor, bu* ,ho
Uidfnot totfeilc nib. Ho wns
probably seared by the ugliness of the
diver's dnwa. I don't bolieve. h hsh
wonld aUaciTme, but there is always a
ohanoeof his being able to cut the air*
pipe."       .feWHfl
DBBP WATKB WORK.
"In how deep water hare yuu work-
' ed. captain V "The deepest work '
ever did WM in 130 feet of water.
Thtfwtt off $U *»°k of the British
ironclad Vanguard, whioh was run
into ud aunk bv the Iron Duke, eight
■nd n hftlf miles wuthttit of Klah
lightship, in St. George's Channel. I
was in the government service thon,
and waa sent down to recover tho
anchors of the corvette Petrol, which
was going to bo made into a lightship,
and also to inspect the Vanguard's
wreck. Thero was n fearful tide, whioh
set dond aoross the ship, and thero
wero only fifteen minutes of slack
water, in which all the work had to be
done. The job was considered ao dangerous that a second man was kopt
dressed ut tho top of tho water ready
to go down to my assistance nt a minute's notice. That was something liko
work. The hole in tho Vanguard's
side was eighteen feet long by nine
wide, and thero was 180 fathoms of
two and a half cable to get clear as
thoy were foul of tho corvette's
anchors. After all this had beon dono,
wu found that there was no
chauue of raising tho ironclad, and we
Imd td place dynamite around tho
masts uud blow them out of tho way
of pus-dog ships. This is not hard
work ordinarily, as you only need to
be careful not to lol thc cuns of dynamite drop, but in.a strung current it is
pretty ticklish business. 1 havo beou
down a good many times in water
nearly nn deop ns thin, and it has always been with an air-pump'which
registered the depth of tho wator and
tho pressure to which a man was subjected. 1 tell you this becauso with
these machines that don't register a
diver can go down to any slight depth
that ho chooses, take a turn an mud
the fine with his leg, and stay thero
doing nothing until he signals to bo
hauled up. A diver who is pnid by a
percentage of what he succeeds in getting would, of courso, have no temptation to do this, but to one hired by tho
hour it is practicable and sometimes
resorted to,"
HB WAXIS 'XQ TlfV THE fclUMJOfJ,
"In eighty feet of'ijater," the diver
went on, "I have sometimes used only
the small pump, which is supposed to
bo good only for Bhallow water, and in
less depths I have dived und done hard
work with no air pump at all. This is
tho way I managed it. I put on the
helmet, with whatever nir it hnd in it,
nnd fixed in my mouth a rubber tubo
which connected with a knapsack on
my back containing three pounds of
caustic soda. I also carried a copper
tank holding about a hundred pounds
of oxygen. You see I inhaled the air
in the helmet .through my nose, then
breathed it out of my mouth -passing it through the tubo into the
caustic soda, whence it returned tu
the helmet and I inhaled it again, liy
means of another connection I could
got moro oxygon from the tank when
I needed it. With this apparatus I
put a cofl'erdam under the wreck of tho
Hudson City about two years ago."
"How would you like to try your hand
at the Oregon?" asked tho reporter.
"I'd like it first rate," was the prompt
reply. That's; a job I knowX«ould
do, becauso I've dono many like it in
deep water, nnd worked long at a
time, too. Why, I've worked under
water for an hour and forty minutes
steady. Yes, sir, 1 suppose that thoro
has been too high a surf for tho divers
to work lately, but I'd go down tomorrow if you gave me tho chance,
and I think I could bring up a pretty
accurate description of that holo in tho
Oregan's side.
Pure Grit.
A Confederate privaWersmun relates
tho following in tho Detroit FreePms:
I was one of tho first men who signed
papers with the much-vaunted Confederate cruiser, the Alabama, and iny
service in her* did not end until she
Bailed into an Knglish port with the
Confederate flag flying. You will thus
realize that I participated in the capture of several dozen Federal merchantmen and whalers. Thero was a
sameness about our manner of making
captures which- we were glad to have
broken now and then. It was but
rarely that a vobboI was overhauled
during the night. If wc were in chase
of her we simply kept her in sight, or
triod to, until daylight came. Whilo
no could not anticipate any stubborn
resistance, the right sort of a skipper
might 'firo n volloy into aboat'sbrew
or go to somo othor uncomfortable extreme. As a rulo we had only to closo
in on our victim, firu a solid shot
across his courso, and ho would heave
to and put the best face possible i.n a
bad matter. Tho first lieutenant would
bo sent off to him with a boat and hnlf
a dozen marines, nnd in the course of
half an hour bis fate would he decided,
If it was thought bost to bond him,
the papers were made out and signed
and he waB permitted to go his way,
If his craft was to bo destroyed, tho
men wore allowod to bring up their
clothing nnd knick-nacks, the officers
to pack up their persona) effects, and
inside of an hour tho craft would ho
ablaze, and wo would, bo sailing nwny
in anarch of another victim.
When wo ran around iu search of
whalers wo camo upon a Yankee skip
por who didn't know what surrende:
meant, Wo wero just well to the west
of tho stormy cape, whon, oue morning after breakfast, wo raised a whaler.
He wns headed up the coast, nnd nbout
noon wo overhauled him. Ho paid no
attention to the first shot, and it was
only whon the second uno hulled him
that he came into tho wind. It was
then semi that he had fifteen or sixteei
mon aboard, and that nll woro tinned
with muskets nnd meant to defend tho
ship. Tlio lieutenant was sent off with
his boat, but uo sooner was ho within
fair musket range than tho whaler
opened on him, Killing ono man and
wounding two. Thn officer pushed
ahead nud demanded a surrender, but
ho .got another volloy nnd the reply
that the whaler "would go to the bot
torn beforo surrendering to u rebel!'
Tho bout was recalled, and our gunners wero instructed to hull tlie whaler
with solid shut. Every ouo of the
balls plumped through his side nt and
abovo wator-lino, and he answered with
musket, severely wounding two men.
We soon hud thu soa pouring into his
starboard side through u <h,&n holes,
and when it was seon that he would
Boon go duv n wo ceased firing and
again demanded his surrender, I cun
remember just how he looked an hu
sprang .upon tho rail tall, gaunt, hair
ftyiw iind eyes blazing, and shouted
in; reply:
"The Ben Scott don't aurfenderl
Come and tako us—if you can."
Five minutes later his craft settled
duwn bow first. We lowered the boats
to save his crew, and Btrangely im«.u--li
not a man-was lost, Whon we brought
them aboard the Yankee skipper wulk-
ed up to Sommos, bareheaded, barefooted, and costless, and said:
■ "If I'd only have had one old cannon aboard we'd have licked yo out of
yer butts I Here we are, and what are
ye going to do with us T
Ho was voted a jolly good fellow,
and the orew wore better treated than
any other ever forced aboard, In order
to givo thom their liberty the very
noxt capture we made was bonded and
they were put aboard to sail for home,
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This jbo'wdor never varies, A marvel ot
nurlty.slrei'j-.'li mul wliolt'sonioness. Morn
eL-ouomlcul than tlie ordinary kill-in, and
cannot bo sold lu competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phnsplmle powders. Suld -inly In cans,
HOYAU.AKlNli l-uwnmt Co., IMI Woll St.,
New Vork. 3fely
Lima Registry Ordinance, 1870
Lul Se. 5, II!tH-k XV. pari or District I**
No, 1H|, In Ihe I'lly -if Vuiirmivor.
WHEREAS TIIE CERTIFICATE OF
Title ut Thomas "Matthews to the
-it-nvL--]iii*ntloiH-ri lund hus been destroyed
and application has been made for n du-
plh-alo thereof, notice Is therefore hereby
pi von of my Intention to issue such duplicate cortillcale in lieu of that 80 destroyed,
unless eaufle Ite shewn to the contrary
within one monlh from tbe date hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy RetflHtrar.
Land Registry Olliee,
Now wostmlnstor, HllrJuly, 1888.
jlyUml
f-iitul Registry Ordinance, 1870
Lot N», Hi, Murk III, part or MM rift Lot
Ko, mi), in Hie Clly or Vancouver.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of James Btttt to iheubove-
mculloned I,nl him been lost or destroyed
nndnpuileallon has beeu made fora du-
■plli-iite thereof, notice is therefore hereby
given that n duplicate certificate of tfll«
will be issued In lion of that so lostordestroyed, niile.is causo be shewn to tlie contrnry within one month from the date
hereof.
It. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Re-rlslryOlllcp,
New Westminster, lllth July.lBSO.
 JlylOml	
Lund Registry Ordinance, 1870
lot No. I, Hlock XXIII, pnrt nr DUirkl
Lot Ko, llMi, In the Illy or Tnncoaver.
WHKRKAR THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of Herbert George BallBon to
tbe above-mentioned T-ot has been lost or
d.'sirovcd and iiiiplicallon hns been mnde
for a dnpl Irate l hereof, notice in therefore
hereby given that n duplicate certificate
of title will bo Issued lu lieu of Hint so lout
or dest roved, unless cause bo shewn to the
cont nny'wit hi n ono mouth from the date
hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Reglstrnr.
Land ltci*|stryOnicc,
Now Westminster, inth July, 1880.
jly] llml
Public Notice!
THE HUDSON HAY COMPANY HAS
for snlo nt Itnnglcy :
1 upun or Working IlorHiM, llarncKs and
Wngon,
i I'haniploii Mimi-r, nearly new,
I Bulky Bake*, in use two years,
'1 town and Calves,      *
•2 yearling Heifers
1 Steer, 2 years old.
The above will bo sold cheap.
Apply to
HENRY WARK,
July 8th, 188(1. Langley.
JlylOml
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN &DEALER1N
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
Ladner'S Landing, B, O.
T1HE SUBSCKHiEn WISHES TO IN-
form tlie people of llrltlsh Colnmbia
thnt ho ban oslabl Uhed a Nursery at Lad-
tier's Landing, and is prepared to All
all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Tr'-cs, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruit*,
&e. Trees imported or home grown according to the. wishes of eustomen-. The
subscriber has had a thorough practical
Iralulng In tlio biHluess, nnd having a
permanent slake in tno country tt Is nli
Interest to dual fairly with the publio. He
will wult upon thu various towns and settlements shortly, and all orders will have
his personal attention,
aul2lc 13. HUTCHERSON.
STORAGE..
FORWARDING!
AOENTS FOR C. P. Ni 00;
WE ARE NOW TREPARED TO RE-
eeive, Store nnd attend to Forwarding Goods from
HOPE TO GRANITE CITY.
Moi-chants and others consigning goodly
to our care will liave our best attention atr
the lowest rates.
Fraser & Peters.
Ilopi, B.C., April 23,1830. "tap]
WEST END
New Store!
New Goods!
npiIK SUBSCRIBER having leased and
fitted tip the Store lately occupied by
Mr. French, on Columbia street, (nearly
opposite Dloklnson-s meat market), bogs
to Inform tho people of New Westminster
and vicinity that he will on Monday, .Ith
of July, open with a well assorted stock of
fresh and pure Groceries consisting In
part of—
100 hens best Flour,
10 barrels Oatmeal.
10 barrels Cornmcal.
10 boxes assorted Tobaccoea,
12 boxes assorted Soaps.
(1 boxes best L. Raisins,
12 quarter boxes do.
200 lbs currants.
10 boxes of assorted Cracker.*-.
10 casos of best Oil.
500 lbs Hams and Bacon.
Sugars, in Granulated, Yellow C,
Standard A,, and several other
brands,
Teaa, I bave a choice lot of Congou
and Japan; some extremely cheap
for tbe quality,
Coffees, of different grades,
Canned Fruits and Meats.
Buckets, Tuba, Brooms, eto.
And all articles usually found in a first-
class grocery store, winch will bo sold
eheap for cash.
■WWANTKD at once, SOO lbs. Butter
and 100 dozen Eggs.
jeftttc     MARSHALL SINCLAIR.
Closing Out
SALE!
During the next 30
days the balance of
the stoek of Clothing,
Dry Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, &c., of the undersigned must be
closed out as I intend
renting the store from
the lst day of August.
Any goods remaining
unsold after that date
will be sold by auction. In the meantime purchasers may
expect good bargains
at cost price, or even
lesfs."
JAMES CUNNINGHAM.
Mew Westminster, B. C.
June 22nd, 1880. 23|elni
Has imported from London, Eng.,
a large atock of
IILLIIM
The Latent Shape* and Fashion.
Trimmed and Untrimmed
HATS,
Feathers,  Flowers,
Wings, Ai^niies> Ornameiiis, &c.
Ies ed Fancies
Plain and Fancy
|    UlUHJi    IIDDJ   UMU)D|
•Arid Confectionery always on hand.
GROCERIES &PR0VISI0NS
llollvereil lo any port of the City.
3JJ3LLY jbjros.,   Columbia Street.
       JaJji-ui	
D. S. CMTIS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTS.
New Westminster, II.0.
in liim. ■
Also, a Rood Assortment of    N
Jerseys,   Gapes,
Dolmans,
Jackets,
Aa late in fashion, cheap nnd good
na to he had in 11. 0.
Kerr ts Go's Jf. M. T. Mo-yd. U-cord
Spools, Site, per doren.
We k«ep a stock of
WOOLS
OF ALL KINDS,
-ALSO,-
■II J ..111.
MP
At the commencement of another
Spring . we tnke this opportunity to
thank the publio for past favoji, and
hope, for a continuance of the ume,
Globe House
WM. RAE,
Uanairai.
Columbia Struct,
Nuw Wewminhteii,      ap3to
NOTICE
SS HEREBY GIVEN that application
will be iiiiultt to Iho LoKlHlatlve Assem-
yof thu Province of Uritish Columbia,
at tlie next session thereof, for an Aot to
Incorporate a company for the purpose of
iii-tliie, man aging and maintaining
Water Works at thu terminal polntof the
Canadian Pacific Hallway on Coal Harbor
ami English Bay, und for the purposes
thi-roof granting tothe said company the
prlvilegfl-of taking wator from Cupllano
Creek, Hnrnnliy Lake or other suitable
fiolntsj with power to the Haid compuny
o build flumes, aqueducts, layplpos, erect
dams, ocqulro lands, and do all other acts
and things necessary for the purposes
aforesaid.
KBI3OTS A TAYLOR.
Solicitors for Applicants.
Dated September itotli, 1885. defltc
Lnnd Registry Ordinance, 1870.
The X, % nr tlie I*. % of Lot No. IT, Block
111. In the Suburb* of New Wt-rtiiitii-
tilrr (Masonic f'cuiclcry).
■MniEHEAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
mm Titlo of Joslas Charles Hughes,
Henry Hoy and John Hendry (Trustees)
to tint abovc*menlioued land has been
lost or destroyed a nd application has been
made for a duplicate thereof;
Notice is therefore hereby givon of my
intention to issue a fresh Certificate of
Title in lieu of that so lost or destroyed,
unless onuso he shewn to the contrary
within one month froin tbe dato hereof.
It. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Ollice,
New Westminster, 30th June, 18W.
Laud Registry Ordinance-1870
Lulu Nim. 14 ami Iff, Block VI, purf nf tile
Town «r Uranvllle, how In tlie illy
of Vancouver.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OK
Title of lhe Trustees of the Burrard
Inlet Congregation of the Methodist
Church of Canada to tho above mentioned land has boen destroyed, and an*
plication )uis been made for,a duplicate
thereof;
Notice is therefore hereby given of my
Intention to Issue a fresh eertilieiito of
title In lieu of that so destroyed, unless
cause be shewn to the contrary Within one
montli from tho date hereof.
It. W. ARMSTRONG,
Dojiuty Reglstrnr.
Land Registry Oflhjo*
New Westiniuster, 17th July, 18811.
     J.ylTml	
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAMES FISHKR, Proprietor.
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOMRS,
TABLETS AND CROSSES, FURNITURE MARBLE, Ae.
Persons living at a distance, by sending
a description of what they wish, ean have
designs, prices, etc., furnished on application, All work guaranteed equal to any
on the Pacific Const, and at reasonable
rates.   N, B,—No agents employed.
Gordon Street- Victoria, B. C.
JOHN S. COX,
Importer and Dealer In
WHITE  LftGIIOItKN,
HROWN LKGilOHNS,
PLYMOUTH   HOCKS,
LANQSIIANGS,
While Ci-ested Black Poland;,
Gtlluen Fowls,   Rouen Dueki,
Whim Pvkln Dneka.
Pit n-imci, llaudftiii,
naJlli-dsund Eggs supplied nt low rate.--,
and all sloek KiiarantoeTf.*"'-"
ltoyal Avenue, East of Douglas St.
in hate.
ESTABLISHED 1875.
The West Shore
PEBB
For the balanco of 188-5, including Ihe
mamniolh holiday number, to all wbo
subscribe now forlSfW.
With the Janiiiirv issue THE WEST
SHORE will begin its twelfth year. Every
number contains original Illustrations of
scenery, towns and industries lu the Fa*
eillc Northwest,iMiuullng inexcelleneolhe
best productions of Eastern magazines.
The contributed articles, genoral literature and stories are (nlertaliilugund carefully edited, malting tlie magazine a
clmsto family visitor. Tho comments on
events of interest to this region and (be
large amount of Information concerning
our various resource*- and the progress of
development given in every mi inner render it extremely valuable. Nofainllj can
afford to do without, it, nnd every one financially Interested iu the I'aolflc North-
weHt or desirous of learning its resources
will tind it Invaluable.
If the subscript ion price (?2 pcrycarlls
sent In now you will he entered .for 1880,
and thc remainder of 1H85 will be sent as
a premium.
L. SAM.UBL,
'adlibj     122 Front Street, Portland Or.
TERMS EASY.
I). S. CUKT1S, Aobnt,
Now AVcstminstoi'.
M. H, COWAN, Secbetarv,
'julOti: " Victoriu.
Fire! Fire!
TESTIMONIAL!
VniiConrf.r, 88,d Jvnt, 1880,
MB. O. ROBERTSON,,
Vancouver!
Represent lug Middle A- MH'illlocli,
Unit, Ont,
Sllt.-W'e Ilie undoi-Hlirned having Wit*
iif-Kicil tho terrible Are whioh wiped out of
existence the young city of Vancouver,
on tho mth Inst., have, after the fire, ox*
nin I tied the safes sold by you, some of
which wera put to tlio most severe lest,
having been surrounded by largo quantities of hud nml bacon, and we uro pleaned
to testify to thn remarkable manner in
whieh every Safe sold by you preserved
its contents, not only books and papers,
hut also thousands of dollars in paper
money wero taken out In perfect condition. We ean, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend thom us thoroughly tiro proof:
L, A. Hamilton, for tho Oaundlan Pacific
Mayor; John J. Rlake, Stipendiary Ma-
gintrate- Rlch'd. Alexander, Justice of
the Poaee; John Houltbee, Police Magistrate, Clly of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justice of the Peace; Isaao Johns, Col.;
Edwnrd E. Rami, Real Estate Broker;
II. Balfour, Alderman; John Rankin,
Real Estate Brokir; Pither A Edsoti,
Roval Hotol; Tl. F. Keefer, Contractor,
a P. R,: J.VV .McFartndd, Port Moody,
lo Vaucoiiv and English Bay; F. (!.
Innes A On., ileal Estate Brokers; A. W.
Ross, Real Estate Broker; Gravely A
Spinks, Real Estate Brokers; R, 0. Ferguson, Mgi. It. C. P. Mills. JeUOIc
STEAM
ESTABLISHMENT,
Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. €.
BOOK,
COMMERCIAL
PRINTING
Every Description
PROMPTLY EXECUTKD
FIRST-CLASS STYLE
Bill Heads,
Circulars,
Letter Heads,
Envelopes,
Cards,
Tags,
Posters,
Programmes,
Legal Blanks,
Show Cards,
Books,
And all Sorts of Plain
or Colored Work.
f\VR KA01MTIES FOB
COMMERCIAL PRINTING
Are far beyond those of any other estali
lUhment on the Mainland, and our prices
will compare favorably with those of
Victoria,
Done on the Premises!
We have a flnt-olui RULING MA-
CHINK, and are prepared to nils aU
kinds of forms to order.
ffPlain Binding neatly done,
D. ROBSON ft CO.
FBOFBZXTOBB
EBB
T.LPearson&Co.
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, 6. C.
—iMpoKTnu mo iiEAMHa iir—
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
Magazines,
Toys, etc.
The Largest Stock on the Main,
land,  and  second  to no
House in British Columbia.
—SOIK AOENTS FOR—
The Henry F. Miller Pi&no,
Of Boston
Tbe Dominion Orp,
; Of Bowmanville, Out.,
And agents for all the leading American
PIANOS & ORGANS
SPECIAL FOAMS
RULED I
PRINTED
On Uu premise., u neatly toil cbwply
M at uy othei esUbllshmcat In th.
Province.
~'AOENTS  FOK	
Confederation Ule Assurance Co.,
Norlli Britiih and Mercantile Fire
InommotCo.
 AgenU (nr Hnt.Glt.u-—
IBS ui BOULU-M SATES
SHirrixs -moling,
SIIM, HORTMfltB,
RILUJ tr SAU,
CUSTOM HOUSE BUNKS,
MUM, mi. KMIS,
SIMM, MOIIPtS,
And til UniU of Blank Books and Blank
Forms on hand,
—.All the Leading-
NEWSPAPERS
-AKD-
PERIODICALS
Begularly reciTed, Subscriptions takn
(or any Publication at oweet ratea.
iir We Import direct Iran manulao
tiren, anil cannot be undereold In tai.
Province.
T,R. PEARSON & CO.,
COLUMBIA   STKKKT,
Vow  Weitminiter, B. 0.
(Mm)
If
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
Hm Jurt Received
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS!
A Large Quantity of
Boys' and Youth's
Clothing!
7 Cases of American
FELT    HATS'
Also, a fall line nf
SENTS' FURNISHING OOODS
—HE NOW HAS—
Tht Heat Aiiortment In the abovo
line ever exhibited In New
Weatmlniler.
LATEST  S*TLB6?
At Lowest Possible Prices for Onsli.
(Jail Iarl7 and  Make  Yenr m-l.rllin,
Cqliwim liMir Orr. Bank of I. 0.
D.
Importer and Dealer in
Filly Groins
—AND—
PROVISIONS.
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality
Sold at Bottom Price,
The best Place in thi
Oity to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN
.j Deane's Brick Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
■u
PACIFIC
COLUMBIA STBEET.
New Westminster, B. (
REID & CURRIE,
HAVING PURCHASED tlie Blac
smithing business lately oarried
by W. R, Lewis, and the Pacifio Ct
riage Works- carried on by Johnstone
Smith, we are prepared to manufaotu
all kinds of
Farm Wagons,
Carriages,
Phaetons,
Buggies
Express Wagons,
Drays, Carts,
And everything in the vehicle lil
on the shortlist notice and nt nn,
onnble prices.
We also keep in stock the ubo
articles, and all kinds ol Wag
nnd Carrirge Material.
Bepalriin*. Palntlni* & Trin
Using done at reasonable prices.
BLAGKSMITHING
In all ita brandies. - Farmers', Is
gers', Mill and Contract Work, a
Horseshoeing undertaken j Agric
tural Implements, and everythi
ih the blacksmith line made to ord
We also keep in stook to sup]
the trade,—Iron, Steel, Ouniberla
Ooal, Chain, Horse and Ox Bho
Steel and Iron Harrow Teeth, H
rows, Springs, Axles, und a compl
atock of Carriage Hardware.
Having secured first-class woi
men, we feel confident of giving i
isfoetion.
All material and work leavi
tht shop will be guaranteed fit
class. Orders from the coun
promptly attended ta
mh3tc     REID & 0URRIK

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