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Daily  British   Columbian.
VOLUME 1
NEW. WESTMINSTER, B. Q, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21', 1880.
NUMBER 19
§ ailg gteitU-h ■.(Joinmbirtii
Satlinla; Kvinlnt,  lum.l nl, 188a.
D.
Ml LEAN, M.D.
OKI'ICK — McKenzie St., opposite tho
Loirkup. Residence—AKnofi St.,lln<tu:oor
nam of Mr. CliniilliKlnilii'n. ■
JaJWtc        Now westminstor, I*. 0.
Our columns arc ever and imon
affording evidence of the continued
progress and gathering strength of
the temperance reformation.    Re-
1 ports  of  temperance oamp gatherings, such  as those ut Grimsby; nf
conventions, such as that at Haiiiil-
. ton;  rthd of local meetings of all
j sorts and sizes, show how strong the
' hold which the movement has taken
j upon the community, and how nb-
I surd it is for any to think they can
j either ignore its existence or belittle
7 its importance.   Of course, there is
3 diversity of opinion and plan among
• tliose who are anxious to stay the
1 ravages of strong drink.   But this
j is only what Was to be expected in
, a free country where all can speak
' the thing they will.   And instead
j of these friends of  the cause re-
J gnrding each other as enemies, they
j may  well  co-operate as far us they
I can, and  where thoy cannot, they
j ought nt any rate to wish God-speed
I to those who may have the same
' end  in view, though diftbring about
i tho best means to be employed. One
saya, that  nothing but prohibition
and total abstinence will do.   Another favors less drastic measures,
and prefers n gootl license law honestly   and   fearlessly administered.
Some ate resolved  to have a third
I political   party with this one question the only plank in the platform
t on  which   they  stand.       Others
[ equally honest nnd possibly equally
( enlightened, would let their politi-
j cal party stay as it is, but desire to
have   its   members   leavened with
j temperance ideas so that they may
act unitedly along temperance lines,
j Iu ' the   meantime, amid all these
diversities   of   idea .and plan, the
temperance movement as a wliole
gathers volume and power, so that
even those who are not to be ranked
as  over-sanguine,  feel  thut  they
have gootl reason for anticipating, if
not its speedy and complete victory,
at least continuous strides of progress.—Globe.
Rov. C. B. Pitblatlo, Piesbyterinn
minister of Winnipeg, who is uow
in London, gives, iu a letter to the
Winnipeg Snn, the following description of a Salvation Army meeting which he attended in London on
Sunduy afternoon:   "We went in
with a common-looking herd that
liad partially washod themselves for
Sabbath day exhibition.     At the
door we were saluted with "Buy the
War Cry, sir;  buy the War Ory."
We declined a.id pushed our way.
The band was playing in full force.
Fiddlers, cornopians, and all  kinds
of brass instruments, accompanied
with  singing of tlie most demonstrative nnd vociferous kind.   Tho
ground floor wus tilled with the audience iind there were many in the
gallery.   The folks were evidently
from the lowest walks of life.   Not
many of them would ever bo seen
inside the line churches of the city.
They could not appreciate the service in Dr.  Dyke's church even if
they woro there.   Thoy kept coming
aud going all the time of the service as if the place were a political
meeting or a free and easy twopenny
show.   The ladies of tho army kept
marching up und down the aisles
selling tho War Cry.   The people I
were chatting all round but slill the J
performance went on.     It was a
lady who was leader of the noisy
demonstration.     She   prayed   and '
sang  and   clapped  her hands nud
waved her handkerchief and exhort-
ml   with   n   most   winning, sweet
gracofuluess.     Many told their experience  and   declared   that they
wore -saved and living without sin.
They were renewed and therefore
reformed drunkards, prostitutes ami
gamblers.     Then  they sang   and |
played and clapped their hands and
waved their handkerchiefs and sold
War Cry, and raved about their sal-!
vation, nnd evidently made a pro.
found  impression on many of their
audience.     It was a noisy way of
casting out devils but they seemed |
to succeed.   Their manner was the
swagger and devil-may-care- way of r
the low giiiggory, but the spirit was |
Christian.    It was strange worship, j
It was riot, noise, confusion, rout, '
tomfoolery, from one stand-point to '
me, but then I. saw it was truth,
music, order, and   a   transforming j
powor' tn others.    1 wus satisfied, j
There is feeling in the work that
lays hold on the highor Joys.   There
is evidently water beneath the froth, j
The soldiers of the nrmy are doing i
good by their noisy demonstrations, j
They   fish   in  the gutters for lost
jewels.    Wo may forgive them both
for the smell of their garments nnd
thc tools they use if lhey respite the i
lost money."
Thomas  Myers, Bracehriilgo, writcHj
"Dr.   Thomas' Kcleotrio OU is tile hunt :
medicine I self.   It always gives satin-
faction, and  lu cases of coughs, colds, '
sore- throat, eto,, immeilintc relief lias J
Imihii received liy those wlm use It."
H.Mi
M. COOPER, n. A.,M, D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
OFFICE and KESinENCE-Cluiroh St.
(noxt door to Farmers' Homo), near
Columbia St., Now Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE HOUItS-8to 10a.m.; ltoSnnd
oo to 8 p. m. Calls In town nnd country promptly attended to. (e2tc
D"
,11. F. WELSH,
DKNTIST,
Colonial Hotel,
Now WcHlnilnslor, I). CI. ap28tc
T.
F. (tVINN,
■ DENTAIi-SIIRtiEONi
All dcntul operations  performed In a
skllfut manner.
OfvicriU the Colonial Hotel,   dwauiito
C.
K. V. BROWN,
DENTIST.
OKS-ICE-Over D. S. Curtis A Co.'s Drug
Store, Columbia Ht., Now Wostmlnstor.
Hours-9tol2, 1:30 to 7.
Will visit Chilliwhack the first Mondny
and two following days in each nionth.
Teeth paliileiily extracted,    an 12
pORKOILIk „ HcteiL,
BARRISTERS,
SOLICITORS, ETC#
Ofllce, MckenKiu Street,New Westminster,
and Vnncouver, U. C. Jyflldwto
TTT   NORMAN BOLE,
'       BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Lnnd Agent. Money tn Loan.
Columbia Street,
se2to New Westminstor, B.C.
1    R. HOWSE.
A., Formerly Howse, Hill A Rlckman,
Regs to announce that he will resume business as
Surveyor, Real Salute Broker nnd
Conveyniicer
On aud after the.21st instant.  Offlce, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murrny St., Port Moody.
selOto
c. Mcdonough, i»itoe FURNITURE Tie Morton House!
FRONT STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Provisions, Crockery,
Glassware, Boots & Shoes,
•Sic, 4c.
THE nEST GENERA! STORE IN TIIE
CITY-TRY IT.
Farm Produce tnkon nt highest prlcon.
 Mw-JlyJlltc
AUSTIN BRICE,
Carpenter & Builder
Plans and Specifications for all
Kinds of Buildings care-
full)' Prepared.
JOBBING NEATLY AND CARKlr'UL-
LY EXECUTED.
All orders left at Occident Hotel, or at
the shop of W. Johnson, Columbia street,
will receive prompt attention. Your favor solicited. je9te
J.A.CAWLEY&C0.
HAVING PURCHASED THE
Shingle Mill'„„„
Pump Factory
AX POPCUM, are prepared to execute all
Orders promptly nnd (o the snt In/act lon
of their customers.
All kind* »r TI'HNIM; done lo order.
J. A. CAWLEY A CO.
Tacoma, Washington Ter.
BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL FOR
BOYS & MINI. .MEN.
THE RT. REV. BISHOP PADDOCK, D. D., RECTOS j
rilllUHTIIAS TERM BEGINS SEPT, 2,
V 1886. The following Departments
thoroughly tnuglltl-LANGUABES (An- !
clcin imd Modern)! KNilI.lslKCnmposI-
Hon, Rhetoric, ,1c): MATHEMATICS
(Pure nnd Applied); SCIENCE (Clii'mls-
try, Physios, Botany, ot..): BUSINESS
(Book-kei'pinir, Penmanship, Commercial Arithmetic. Cdrrefijiondcnco, Short- -
hand, etc.): MUSIC (Vocal nnd Instril-
mentnl); DRAWING.
For terms address
PROP. Jr. TAIT,
Jly28te Principal.    ;
W.PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.
REMOVED
*3*-To shop lutely occupied by Mr. Darcy,
Columblu street.
C»ll nnd examine our Hto«!k unci prices
lie/ore Imylnir.   We can't be 1 MtMEKOMt
In tlioully.   ItcpairliiBof ull lclml» neatly
done. W. FHOTHBRO A CO.
 solOfc
J. G. BUNTE,
Importer and liculorlh        -•*•
M. GEO. UGE First-Class 1ME
SPENCE'S  BRIDGE, B. C.
WE BEG TO   INFORM  YOU   THAT
"     we iiiwB leaned the Morton House* j
ut. Bpoiicc-H Bridge from Mr. Murray and I
tiiutitiN newly lltted itpuml comfortably
furnished.  Wo would respectfully solicit
your patronage und wo promise if yon j
will fuvor us with It lo do nil we oiui to
satisfy yon In every respect.   Mrs. Reid,
who tins bad much experience, wilt at-
lend to Hit: culinary department.
Wo remain, yours respectfully,
Je23in5 REID A NEPP.
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVING TAKEN^I-OBSESSION OP
tiie "Temperance House,"fronting
on Col mu bin una Church Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now known
us thc
COTTACE TO RENT
IN A PLEASANT PART OF THE CITY.
Apply to
WOODS,TURNER 4 GAMBLE.
 ap28te
FOR SALE:
ill,   ACRES-IMPROVED   FARM.~
44U     Easy Terms.   Apply lo
W. C. Mi-DOUOAI.L,
jrriaic Elgin P. n.
FOR SALE.
A BARGAIN.   118 ACRES OF LAND,
House, Ac, on gooil rondi wltlihi Ji
miles of town.     Applvtn
WOODS, TURNER AOAMBLR
 JlylTml	
FOR_SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANG-
ley Haw nnd Waning Mill.* mill iu
good order. For partleulni-s apply on the
premises to H. WEST,
Or, Messn. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplSto &HELMCKEN, Victoria.
—OF THE—
VICTOBIA
jnOtc
popcum, a c.
Has appointed tlio Undersigned his
Agent for Mew Westminster (Ity und
DIstriCt-
AIl Orders hy Mull or othorwiso will he
promptly attended to.
Sluing, Hnlr, Wool anil Straw
Mattresses to Order.
Klanlu'ts, Chamber Sots, Window'Shades.
Oil Cloths, Matting, "Wall Paper.
Riraketu, Bird Cases, Flower FoIk,
, IlaiiKiiij,'JiuskL-ts, Pictures,
Frames, Hrackcls,
Baby Carriages, etc.
ritiunrs I'rtiiiH-d and Kt'imlrlng done
to order.   Also,
FARMERS' HOME!' PhotopaphBallBry for Sale
Undertaking; Embalming a specialty.
Please give us a enll before purchasing
elsewhere. ,T. G. BUNTE,
Opposite Post Oilieo, Columblu Street
npl7to NewWestminster.
Will accommodate the traveling public
at the following rates:
Bonrd per duy SI oo
--      "  week „ 5 00
Single Meals ,.,     •__
BedB     25
Bt-L-Good accommodation for Ladies and
families. my9tc
FINE, LIGHT, LARGE OPERATING
room; doing a good business; will be
j sold at a bargain.
For particulars address
JOHN UREN,
dwaulOinl      New WestmlnsU-r, B, C.
Designs, Samples of Material mid P
"*■--* the ' "
furulshod on application.
C. R. MONCK.
|coe ■ I". PEI*Bt.T"S.
TEMPERANCE
  RESTAURANT
j. w. heckley ! •   Cor. Mary and Columbia Sis.
New Went., Mny 31st, 1880.
JnSUo
Tuna PENBERTirr,
MINING ANII LAND SURVEYOR,
ACCOUNTANT nml
GENERAL AGENCY OFFICE, j
Mnps ninl Drawings neiiiy executed.      [
*Hllflthlg. Street, VniiriniVf r. B.1'. [
m a. trapp,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,     i
Columbia Street New Westminster I
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAKF STREET • VICTORIA.
A-QKISTTS   Bros
North British ana Mercantile
Insurance Co. Tor mainland. ,
H.C. BEETON 4 CO.,
36 Finsbury Circus,
London, E. C. i
Art Studio!
AH commissions will  receive prompt
and careful attontion.    Best references
given when required. mhlSMc    |
W. D. FERRIS,
Kent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL GOOD FAKMS FOK SALE.
Arn-BI Tor lhe   THAVKI,r.R'S I.IIK Md
A< (ll>U\T l\SI Kl\< t. COMPAXT,
llnrironl, Conn.
OFFICF.i-Fcrrls Street, Now Wcstmln-
sttrr. telle
PITT &  CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
—AND— ■
General Commission Ag'ts
VANOOUVKR. B. O.
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
tesnto
Woodi, TnrnBT & Bu&Ufl
LAND SURVEYORS,
Ileal  Estate, Insurance and
Commission Af-ents.
H. KRLLS,
Manufacturer A Importer of
BOOTS  AND
_SHOES
LnilleH', diriitn'.  NImch' and Clillilren'H
RootH, Blioei HHtl Cnllen
Made to Order nnd Kept on Hand.
COLUMBIA STREET, ~ OPP. HYAOX HAU
NEW  WE8TMINSTEU,  B.C.
 mhtic	
JAMES ROfSSEAD,
Manufacturer ami Dealer In
Boots and Shoes
LEATHER & FINDINGS.
All Kinds or Hides and Skins Oak
and Hemlock Tanned.
CASH PAID FOIt HIDES AND BKIMSi
On hnnd nlwiiys a kooU supply of Leather both of my owu manufacture nnd
Imported;
I have Hfecnred the services of Mr. "Win.
Hurni'it to Hiipcrlntciul the ctiNtom rfl*
ulrin»-:epartinent.
.IAMEH ROUSSEAU,
Cnlumhhi*l.,Nt'W Westinlimter.
 (dw-nuiiyl)	
WALSH
BOVILL BROS.
HAVK JUST Ol'KNKIl
Opposite lhe Colonial Hotel,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
 iiw-jl'-aitc
W.R. AUSTIN, I
DEALER IN
General Merchandise!
A large Assortment of
DRY GOODS
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
"ES-Bo-y and "Feed.
WHOLESALE AND KKTAIL.
WOOD AKD (Oil HlJI.lUJltFK TO
ANV PART Itr TIIK CITV.
.WeriltitwoHtngeHiliilly.oxceiitSulnliiys,
.to Port Mooily, currying H.M.S. mnllB.
As no liquor or tobacco Is usetl we cim by
tctnlicrule lmbltii und cftroful economy
serve tbe public nt especially low rntes.
|o80to	
F.GEAKB;
Peebles heckley
(NEAR MERCHANTS- HQUARE)
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
' —AND—
UPHOLSTERERS
Spring and Wool Mattresses and
Dcddlng always oi hand.
HAVE ON HAND THE
I.UtUJST AMI BUST STOIK  OF FIIB
MTIIKE OV Till. II AIM AMI.
Esttinntos tor Ollice drill Slore Fillings.
Wo iillrbOBe litlilllig Uiiilerlnltlng.
 JlySlc
SUN   LIFE
MISS lUIMERY HAS OPENED A
flratnilass l-Joiii-diim House nml Res*
-nnt In thepremisoBiormerly occupied
by Mr. W. H. Kenry.
I    Hoarders taken by tho day or week, nnd
fintrons of the house secure ail the (-oiu-
oris of ii home.
Menls NiTved nt all reasonable hours.
\ Hot ooflefl and li-*ht refres Inne tits. Free
j rending room attached. Miss Rumery
I personally superintends the cooking.
TERMS MODERATE.
; mhl7tc
| E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN 4 DEALER IN
i Fruit nnd Ornamental Trees,
Ladner's Landing, B. C.
THE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TU IN-
form tlie people of Brilisii Coiumbin
thnt lie hns'established u Nnrservat I,nd- ■
: iter's Lauding, ami   is prepared to fill
: nll orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental . -
i Tries, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
[ Ae.  Trees Imported or home grown se* :
cording to tlie wishes of customers.   The
subscriber hus had a thorom-h pnu-tU'ul
training in the business, and having n
permanent Blake In the country it Islils \
interest to deal fairly with the public. He
Will wait upon tho various towns nud set- .
tlemenlsshortly, und all orders will hnve
his personal attention,
■unto E. HUTCHERSON.     !
Land for Sale!
•pBTWBEN FIVE AND SIX THOU-
J) sand Acres of the very best Alder-
bottom and Prairie Land, In Township 14,
NewWestminster District. Will be sold
luone block or in subdivisions to suit,
on very liberal terms. Apply to HENRY
MATHERS; New West minster City.
 dwjly2jm.'t
Farm for Sale!
THREE   HUNDRED AND TWENTY
Acres In Township Two,   Good for tt
stock farm.   Fresh water stream running
through centre nf farm.    Partly prairie
and alder.  Good log house.
For terms, Ae.. apply to
WOODS, TURis'KR A GAMBLE.
r New West., E. C., 20th May, 1886.   m22in,1
For Sale or To Rent.
THE UNDERSIGNED offers uFnrm for
for sale or rent. Also, Ullch Cows
and young Cattle, Hogs, nntl a few young
Horses. There are several pnir« of pood
steers that would make excellent working
oxen. Also, one of the largest nnd best
Bulls in tlu> province; The slock is all
very gentle.
M. NICHOLSON,
mllStc Mount Lehman P.O.
For Sale** 160 Acres.
N. \V. CORNER LOT 7, SEC. -..
OF   CANADA.
Business of 188*>,—life UrpartmenI.
Income, $810,#.05;   Increase, £-11,607.-10.
Asscls,?i.lll,004..1:j;   In civ use. $l:lii,lHl7.lt!l.
New I,if.- App iciltlon-fi S!I60S,07I.48;   In-
crease. S707,220..m'
Life Policies lu foitio, S7,tK10,878.77;   Tn-
(*V«nst*,?l,0ffll,47i.7a.
.IMim-XT i>KIMIMHK\T.
By inlmduclugitspoptilnrUncoudltion-
al Life Polioy tnd Sui* showed Itself one
ofthe most liberal institutions of Its kind
in the world. It maintains this reputation by following the same course In Its
Accident D.-partmcnt, It offers to the
publlclncomparahly
TlicHfUt llheml. StralKliirorwM-rt, In-
lechnlral Acclilent Policy la Kvlstenrr.
The following nre n few of the points of
superiority!
FibTKKS Daya of Giuob are allowed.
(See condition 1). Noothor Company In
America allows one hour.
Uonu.s—Should no claim bo made for
live years, the sixth yenr's assurance will
lie allowed free of charge, If tho age Is
under OT). (See condition 21. Very fow
other Companies give this privilege.
Fomcirs NOT VOIDED by engaging in
a more ha/.nrdnu.s occupation than that
assured against, For particulars see Policy. This advantage can be obtained
hardly anywhere else.
RESIDENCE — More  liberal   conditions
than given hy any other Company In America.
R. MACAULAY, THOMAS WORKMAN,
Managing Director. President.
A. E. IMHIF, General Agent,
Victoria, B. C,
JOHN II. McLEOD, Agent,
New Westminster, 11. C.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
SITUATED CLOSE TO SEMIAHMOO
Bny. The best kind of soil for farming; slopes south-west; easily drained;
brush and alder on thc south side; about
25 acres burnt 4 or 5 yenrs ago and some
since. Timothy growing about -I orS feot
high; about 20 acres with large timber on
north side; will be valuable as a railway termlnuB hefore many years.
For particulars apply to
WM. RAE,
d-au2mlx Now Westminster.
FOR   SALE.
BUTCHER,
Nearly Oppoilte the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THIS LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
I-ot7, situated on Provost street, hc-
j tween Mary and McKenzie streets, now
I In the occupation of Capt.Urunt; contains
i grooms witli usual oflices.
Valuable City Lots,
Farms near City.
Farms on Pitt Meadows.
i     Farms ou Mud Bay.
HO acres of Land at Whonock Rnilway
I Station.
74 acra. of valuable Land 2 miles from
City on Hastings Road; 1800 cords of Cedar could ho cut.
Apply to
CAPT. PITTENDRIGH,
Jc2.1tc     Land Agent, New Westminster.
FORJJALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
JIJ-2J
PRACTICAL
FIDE, LIFE, --CCI0EHT & MARINE INSURANCE
The Hotk-l Tailor  jewels,
R
I'OUIMUIA STREET,
Telepliime JB.        UEW WEtTHIXHTEK.
 ilelHo	
RAND BROS.
KAI. ESTATE HHOKER8.
Coiivryanccm, Colltclor»,
And Iimir-moe Agtitti-
Offlops at VICTORIA: Fort Street,
NEW WRSTMINRTEH: Columbia Ht., opposite Post Otlice.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Slreet.
BUILDING LOTS for sale 111 all sections
of Vancouver and New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
■ale at Chilliwhack, I'ort Hammond,
Langley, Mutsipil, Humus, Mnd !tny,Lnd-
nei-'H Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
ami Plti River.
Mnps and Plans exhibited and the full-
est Informntion furnished atilll mir offices
te'Me
IfcTOOTaE.
i    Columbia St.* Now Wnl mi lister.
COLUMBIA S1RFET,     NEW WESTMINSTER.
Oppiittlte I'linnliighnm A Vm%
HAVING JUST RECEIVEDOUR NEW
Spring Stoiik, we invite Inspection of
! the finest selection of
;     ttugllHli, Mciilch, lirrniRiii French,
Ms OP THE BIG WATCH.
nml A merlin ii
B^-SUITINGSI
Evor shown in New Westminster. We
hnve secured the services of MR. HUGH
O'HAGAN,a prtiellcal Cutter who has had
long experience In I.ninUni,Paris,uiul thc
leading eastern cities, aud for n GOOD FIT
and artist le style we defy competition,
mhfiOtd THOS. WALSH,
rpllR  PARTNEItSHIP EXISTING HE- |
1    tween Itoland Ryder and Luke Gibson, llhickMinltliH.   Hope, has been ills- i
solved by mutual consent, and the busi-
ness wilt he carried on in future bv Luke |
Gibson who will collect and pit v all debts
against the snid firm,
ROLAND RYDER.     .
LCKKGIHSON.
Witness:   Amiiho.sk H. Coim-kk, .Umks
Waium.k.
Hi)pe,.ltily 2HJ8M. Hylllml     I
PI ON E KH
Fish iGame Store!
WM. H. VIANEN
HAS AliWAVH ON   MANH A (IOI1I1
supplynf
Fresh and Snil  ttuier Klsli.!
C3-A.MB IW SH1A.S03ST.
DI'JAI.KU   IN  HKINH   ,\XII I'KI.'ritlEH.
riifeliimiih will In1 rli'livi'ii'il Iii uny prirl
iifllipPllyfnmii/ i-lr.iw. rl-.ll.vmVl
lUrl.ATI'J MANAQEn FOR SAVAIIK *
I.YMAN, JIONTRK.A1..
{'Iiriiinimi'lcis, llfipcaters, Clinmii-
griipliera, and ill One Watch
repairs a Specialty.
ANY I1NH HAVING WATCHES wllloll
lmvo liiri'li Injiircil liv liifiililln'li'iil
Wllltrll ri'lmllcl'M I'Hll Inr liuult' fqiinl to now
rntilln. .IKWKI.ItYofilllklmlsiiiiulirirnil
it'imtnrrl. All work wnmiiitr-rl; elinl'tti'H
liHillirl'ilto.   KslllililtOHglvirilfreirofolinlKO.
i «»k—^wii.riiiii, kmjix. iiiiiI mlior
1 Rh*"v^ wiili-liv* nml Juw.tr, clit'lilti'r
. Hutu nny tillii'i' liniini' In It. tl.
1.AI11HS' BOIitn 12 CAttAT OOLD All-
KllIOAN STEM WINllING WATCHES,
nrcui'iito tlmi)kw!|ioi'B;**IB! usual pvloe, 855,
 ilillllc 	
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON,
MHliiifiu'tuii'iH nml Iti)porters ol
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
' For best Teas & Coffee
SINCLAIR'S,
COLUMBIA ST.
For all kinds of
Canned Goods,
SINCLAIR'S,
fOLIIMBIA ST.
For Fruits and
Confectionery,
SINCLAIR'S,
(JOI.1JM111A ST.
For all kinds of
Fancy Groceries,
" '"   SINCLAIR'S,
COM'MBIA ST,
For best Tobaccos,
SINCLAIR'S,
rill.VMIllA ST.
For Flour, Meal, Sugar, Hams,
Huron, ami Family Urorrrlca
jsqnornll)-, go to
SINCLAIR'S, CnlllllllililSt,,
Wllnsir nioitn I.s nQulck Snips mill Sinrill
I'roflU.1' wliluli In Hn* Ih'hI. prinoipal to ilo
biislimss. ihv-nuJitc
Store to Let.
THK STORE NOW OOOUPlED BY O.
Lclscr.oppiisMc thc Colnnliil Hotel.
1 Possession given Octolicr 1st next,
Knr-nlreat thc lipemlflos, duuistit
LOWEST POSfifBLE  PIUCES.       Q
Just Opened.
I. M. CuaDingbn Ss Co.
Stoves &Tin ware
AT LOWEST PRICES,
Gas-Fitting & Plumbing
A SPECIALTY.
JNO. 74 OOLUMBIA STIIEKT,
tlwauJltc     lliiHiriinkN siiriir llnililiim.
iTOTICB.
MILES FRUM LADNER'S
t, Landing, on.the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runningthrough
Ihe premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de22tc Ladners Landing,!).C.
_________
(ON   EASY TERMS)
II span ol Work Horses,
II) Inr Mules,
II Tram Mules,
4 Satltl Ic Horses,
li joke Work Oxen,
1 carriage Team,
I I'iiiiin In good order,
:) Hump Carls with Iron Axles,
A number or second-hand Wheel
Barrow*,
I Uu keye Mower (new),
1 lllilca Hay Kake.
Kor particulars apply tn
T. .1. TRAPP,
mylHtr Allptltillt'cr, N. VI.
Kvcrj Man to Ills own Business
_*_.   PEELE.
PRACTICAL
CHEIWIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP   COLONIAL 1IOIKL1,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
1'tiyslrlans' Prescriptions nnd Fa-all)' Recipes a Specially.
N    B. — Only Uonuine Drugs used.
Over twonty years' experience.    mr2J)
DUIUNO   5IY AUSKNIJK PROM THE
Provlnoo, m.v noh, t. .1. Armstrong,
i hold* my powor uf iiltornpy nml lioliln my
' appomtniontat DeputySnoi'ltr.
\V. .1. ARMSTRONG.
July llltli, ISsn. JlyiiiuJi
SITUATION WANTED.
BY
ul, ii
iY A TUOHOUOHI/V   eOMPBTENT
Miiphlntst, Ju«t arrtvid from Montre-
und wlm Iiiih liad nmplfl cxiwrlottpp.
AiMdynt tlilfnitttpp, Jly2lml NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Appointments ■ — Proy. Sec.
gnilj) jpritwh Columbian
Saturday Ereiilug, August 'il. imi.
The Injunction Case.
Yesterday it was announced by
Thr Columbian that the divisional
court at Victoria hud givon it decision in the railway injunction cases
adverse tn tlio company. To-day
wc give the full text of the judgments. We have already stated
that un appeal will be taken to the
supreme court of Canada, and, possibly the case may finally go to the
imperial privy council, It is said
the syndicate is determined tliat
the injunctions shall not prevent
the extension along Kurrard Inlet,
and a large force of men is said to
have been engaged recently to push
on the proposed piling and crib
■work iti front of tlie lots through
which the right of way .has been
denied. We understand that this
work can be completed ready for
traffic within five or six weeks, and
it is proposed to begin u regular
through train service at the earliest
possible moment. It is rumored,
however, that those who have been
successful in securing injunctions restraining the O.P.R. from expropriating lands for the Vancouver extension will make application to the
courts to prevent the construction
of crib or pile work for the railway
track along the front of their property. According tothe judgment of
Chief Justice Begbie "the company
have no power to construct these
•works (the extension), nor to purchase the lands, nor to hold the
lands. * * * They have, therefore,
no possible right (at present, so far
as I can see, no power to acquire a
right) to enter on the plaintiff's
lands." The same judgment declares that the company is expressly
forbidden from extending its line
beyond Port Moody. If it cannot
legally extend its line, and cannot
legally acquire a right of way, it
is difficult to see how, accepting this
view, the extension can possibly pro
ceed without special authority from
the Dominion government. But so
much difference of opinion exists on
the status of the company that one
scarcely dare venture to express an
opinion. Possibly the judgment of
the court of review may be completely upset by the court at Ottawa, and the privy council may decide that everybody is wrong when
its turn comes. We shall see what
we shall see, and in the mean time
we hope a delay in the final settlement of the difficulty may not seriously affect the interests of the
country or the railway,
Fish and Flesh.
A case of considerable interest
has recently lieen disposed of by the
superior court of New Hampshire.
For some time the Salvation Army
people have been holding meetings iu
the city of Concord, uud these meetings have lieen conducted with the
usual accessories of clanging cymbals, beating drums, and noisy demonstration. There were some people
iu Concord who decidedly objected
to this sort of display, and who saturated themselves with the opinion
that if a in-ui could not worship his
Maker after the style practised by
themselves, lie must not be permitted to worship ut all. The matter
was brought before the courts, and
it has just been decided that the
street performances of the Salvation
Army are contrary to police regulations, and must pot be tolerated.
This decision will be viewed with
alarm by the army, for a drum und
a parade and a lot of noise seem to
be a most necessary part of its outfit. But it may occur to some people as a little singular that the Salvation Army, confessedly a religious
and philanthropic organization,
should be prohibited from parading
with a drum when tliis privilege is
freely granted to other organizations
constructed upon selfish or mercenary principles! Referring to this
decision the Chicago fnler-Oeertn
says: "This may be sound law, and
meet with the approval of tho people so long as it is only applied to
the meek and lowly Salvationists,
but what are the Yankees to do
when the circus coines to town, or
when they want to have a Sunday
school procession? What a revolution such a law would make in Chicago, where not a day passes without from one to a dozen processions
passing through the streets with
bunds of music at the head." The
same spirit that exists iu Concord
may be found manifesting itself
sometimes in other parts of the
country; nnd neither Canada nor
British Columbia is free from it.
"We have even heard objections
. raised to the holding of religious
meetings in the streets of this city
under the auspices of the Christian
Mission Union, although the meetings were of the most orderly and
undemonstrative character. But
the persons who objected to these
things wore perfectly content to see
the principal Btreet turned into a
race course, and made almost impassable fnr traffic. A great deal
depends upon the state of one's
mind sometimes, or the condition of
one's diction.     "One mans meat
is another man's poison," and tho
tilings whicli seem most incongruous to a mind out of sympathy with
religious sentiment may be looked
upon approvingly by au honest
Christian. It is not best to judge
harshly of things we do not fully
comprehend.
For Snle—Hotel doing a good paying
business; cheap. Apply at Woods,
Turner k Gamble. jyUtc
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
FlinviNi'IAI. SKCIlKTAItV'S OFKIOB,
llli August, 1880,
HIS  HONOUlt THB  LIEUTENANT-
Governor has boen pleased to mako
(ho following iippointinontfi:
Sibt-OQ Clarke, Esquiru. M. 1\, to be a
Coroner for the Kleetoral Dlslrlet of Yule.
17tll August,
Tlioum** Mownt, Esquire, AqJJrig Inspector at Fisheries, to he a Justice of the
Peace for tho Proylnco.
Arthur Fuller Goldsmith and James
Kno*, Esquires, of Alders-rove, to bo Justices of the Peace for the Kleetoral Dlstrlet of New Westminster.
HU li August.
Alfred Flett, Esquire, Clerk in the Treasury, to He Deputy Treasurer, vice James
■Tiufsou Young, deceased.
JamOH Kltvliiulon Worsfol-I, Esquire, to
be clerk In the Treasury, vtfto Alfred
Flett, promoted. daitZIM
GLOBE HOUSE!
«rH HAVK JUST RECEIVE!)
White & Unbleached Cottons.
White & Unbleached Canton
Flannels.
White & Grey Shaker Flannels
Silk Spnolh, Twists, ram*-)- lluttuiis
Berlin *l Keeltlve WooIm.
OS-All Goods soltl nt low i-iite.*..      dau20te
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY.
Fresh Water Terminus!
CITY OF NEWWESTMINSTER
IMPORTANT
AUCTION SALE
—OK—
Merchants Square I
A   PUBLIC'   AUCTION   WILL   TAKE
plnee at the 4'uliiiiiiil Hold, In the
City of New Westminstor, on
Tuesday, 7th Sept., 1886,
AtSo'oloek in the Evening,
When the following Lots will bo submitted to Public Auction- in nccordance with
"Lund Sale Bylaw, ihsi," and amendments thereto, viz.:
MEM HANTS' KllliltK, ItLOCH 41.
LotsNos. I tolZ.liiflusiv--.
TBRMS-83K per eent. on Ihe fnll of the
hammer; &,% por cent, inlhree months*
antl the balanco of the purchase money
at six months fmm date of sale.
P. 8.—Attontlon Is called lo tbo faot that
the above property Is,near tothe proposed
Hallway Station.
By Order, Af J. ALPORT,
0. M. C.
City Clerk's Offlco,
New Westminster, 20th Aim., ISSi.
dau'JOItl ,
Important to Bakets!
MANITOBA FLOUR
-ttiilsy Mills K ran dan.)
The lirst car-load has arrived and more
is coming.
TK-Z- IX.
Foi terms apply to
CARLETON A HARRIS,
Port Maininond,
Sole Agents for Brllish Columbia, danism
Telephone Call No. 6. P. 0. Box 71
WM McCOLL
atntral Huiisi!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
LUNDBOM'S BLOCK', Columbia Bt.
Lot Ml, Block VI, purt of lMstrlet Lot No.
196, In lhe -City of Vanvourer.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OP
Title of George Fraser to the nbovo-
mentioned Innd has been lost or destroyed, nnd application has been made fora
duplicate thereof; Notice Ih therefore
hereby given thnt such duplicate certificate will be Issued, unless cause be shown
tothe contrary within one nionth from
the date hereof.
It. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Reglstrnr.
Ijind Rej-lstry Ofllce,
Xew Westminster, B.C.,10lh Aug., I88U.
 UaulOinl
CHANGE OF TIME TABLE,
STEAMER
"GLADYS"
UNTIL    FURTHER    NOTICE   WILL
make regular trips
TO YALK AND WAY PORTS,
Leaving No\v Westminster oii
MONDAYS and THURSDAYS
At 7 a, m,    Keturuing  on Wednesdays
and Saturdays
Jly3lle, CAPT. INSLEY, Master,
THOS.  OVENS,
MANUFACTURER OF
Blacksmith and Machinist
AU Kinds of Machinery, Patent Locks,
Safes, Hewing Machines, kc, kc,
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
Iii all  lis branches.   Farmers', Loggers',
Mill and Contract Work; Agricultural
Implements, uml everything lu the
blacksmith line made to order.
Having secured flrst-class workmen, we
feel-coiiUdcnt of giving satisfaction.
BS" Horse-shoeing a specialty.
dw-jly:ilte]    Coj,u.miiia St., New WK8T.
"BLUE STORE"
STANDARD TIME
The only place .on
the Mainland where
Watch Dials can be
changed to the 24-
hour system or Standard Time.
45TAU BusihosQ Men and Merchants
should keep this time, as Steamboats nud
Trains arrive and depart by the same.
STIRSKY,
WATCHMAKER,
Cnliiinljlii Streot, Now Went,     ihvnulflnil
6E0. MEAD
THE NATIONAL
US, HSS
H. Tibbe Son & Co.'s
MISSOURI   PATENT
CORN COB PIPES!
For Wholesale Prices send to ti. MEAD,
Now Westmlnsler, B. C.
Mci-rHClinilili   I'Iim-m,  Briar Pipes, Pipe
nIi-iiin, (dl-giir HiililcrN. Tobnrcos.
I ;    MEAD'S SHAVING & SHAMPOOING PARLOR,
| j Columbia Si,, iienrColouhil Hotel-
Surface Indications j
What n miner would verv properly term !
"surface indications" of what U beneath,
aro tho Pimples, Sties, Sore Eyes, '
Bolls, and Cutaneous Eruptions willi
wlileli people ure annoyed tn spring and I
early summer.  Tbo oll'eto matter aceumu-
lilted during tbo winter months, now
makes iti) presenco felt, through Nature's '
endeavors to expel it from the systom. \
Wlillo It remains, it is apoison tbat festers
in the blood and mav develop into Scrof-v
ula.  This condition caii-ses derangement |
of tbe digestive and nssiiDilatory organs,
with a feeling of enervation, languor, and ■
weariness—often lightly spoken of ns "only
spring fever."   Theae aro evidences that j
Nature is not nble, unaided, to throw oir
the corrupt atoms wliich weaken tho vital i
forces.  To regain health, Nature must be j
aided by a thm-ougli hlood-purifylngmed- !
ichic; and nothing elso is ho effective us
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, \
wlileli Is sufficiently powerful to expel
from tbo system even the taint of Ilered-
Itury Scrofula.
Tho medical profession Indorse Ayf.r'i
S.uiSAi'.utiu.A.iind niiiiiv attestations of k
tlio cures effected by It como from nil parts
of the world., It is, in tho language of
tlie Hon. Francis Jewett, ex-State Hen- *
ator nf Massachusetts und ex-Mayor of
Lowell, "the only preparation that does
real, lasting good."
PREPARED BY
Dr. J. C. Ayer A Co., Lowell. Man.
Sold by all Druggists: Price $1;
Six bottles for |6,
Gas Fitting!
The Gas Company
respectfully inform
the Public tliat they
are prepared to do
Gas Fitting at lowest
possible rates consistent with good workmanship.
A supply of FIXTURES, GLOBES,
&e., are on the way.
J3T Orders may be left at
RAND BROS.
J. L. STAMFORD,
OF   IRELAND.
THE UNIIEHSIGNED Laving lUiccpted
the agency of tlie alinvc Company I'or
J-lilK City una District mul  tlio Clly of
Vnncouver, Is prcnnrcil In receive nppll
cations for risks.
llw-Jly.llle      HENHY V. EDMONDS.
Gas Fittings!
E. 8. SCOULLAR & CO.
Aro Prepared lo Supply antl Erect
Gas Pipe,
Gas Fixtures,
And everything relnling to this branch of
business. , «*.
esr Experienced ami competent men
only employed, antl work guaranteed
first-class in every respect. Prices as low
as anywhere else.
Y„ 8. -SCOULLAR A CO..
il-jly*lltu Columbia Stroet.
Globe Iiouse!
COLUMBIA  STREET,
NewWestminster, B.C.
IMPORTERS OK
DryGoods
Millinery and
Fancy Goods
Embroidery, Silks & Wools.
Wo have received a new stook of BEEHIVE and SUPER-FINGERING WOOLS,
nlso a large assortment of CIHNOMNEH,
HOOPS nnd BUSTLES, Ac, Ac. •
dw-Jly!llte Malinger.
ll I III
GENERAL
DEALER
fc^THAT*-®!*
LONG FIT
WANT.
I lew lap!
$1.25 -°"H*-- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
.JUST ISSU1-I) P.Y
Canadian Facile
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
City of New Westminster I
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
-OP-
CITY RESERVES
-AND-
GARDENS.
A PUBLIC AUCTION will take place lit
A Mio.Colonlnl Hotel, In tlie City ol
New -.Yommiuiitor, on
Saturday, 4th Sept., 1886,
At 8 o'olock iu tho evening, when the
followhiL' lots will heHiihmitted to puhllc
competition, In accordance with "Land
Salo   By-Lttw,   IHU,'
thereto, viz
and   amendments
Price, $1.25.
This Map has been produced at
great cost, and gives a vast amount
of information never before available respecting the most important
district in the Province.
The new Map shows. the latest
surveys, the latest roads, tho line of
the 0. P. R.  and extensions.
BUY A COPY.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE GARDENS.
Block A.
Lota Nos. 3 ami 4.
Lots Nos. Kl to 20, inclusive.
VICTORIA GARDENS-Blook B.
Lots Nos. I* to 6, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 8 to 20,      1!
Lots Nos. .10, 35 nnd 30.
! ST. PATRICK'S SQUARE-Block D.
Lota Nos. 4 to 8, inclusive.
Lots Noa. 10 to 311,   "
! ALICE GARDENS-Block E.
Lots Nos. 0, 8, II anil 10.
| CLINTON PLACE RESERVE-Block F
J Lots Nos. 1 to Ji, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 8 to 31,     "
Lota Nos. 33 to 30,,   "
ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE-Block H.
Lota Nos. 12 to 20, inclusive.
Lota Nos. 23 to 30,   "
ST. ANDREW'S SQUARE-Block K.
Lota Noa. 7 anil 8, ami
Lota Noa. 10 to 19, inclusive.
Lots Noa. 21 to 28,      "
Lots Nos. 31 to 40,      "
;     WTlie Lota arc mostly 00 liy 132 feet.
!    TEltMB-JmiJ, iter cent, on Ilie fall of the
■ luiiilner; JUii^per cent, ill lliree months;
I nmi the balance of the purchase monev In
six months from ilatirof Nule.
By onler,
A. J. ALPORT, C.M.C'.
;    City Clerk's Office,
New Westmlnsler, 17th Aug., 1888.
 numil
WM. CURRIE.
PUBLISHED BY
RAND BROS,  i    PACIFIC
Real  Estate. Insurance and
financial Agents,
NKW WESTMINSTER* VANCOUVER
AND VICTORIA.
FOR SALE AT
T. R. Pearson & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER.
ail2*le
COMPLETE STOOK OF
GROCERIES
 AT—■
BOTTOM  PRICES!
Clothing,
Hats and
DryGoods
AT COST OR LESS.
Cheap Stoves
Just Received via C.
P. R. one car-load of
Stoves and Ranges.
These Stoves are from
the celebrated firm of
of E. to O. Gurney &
Co. and are well
known to be the best
in the market. Parties desiring Stoves
will do well to give us
a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we j
are offering these
Stoves at a slight ad-
vance on cost to make
room for two more
car loads now on the!
way.
E. S. 8C0ULL-R & CO.
COLUMBIA STRKKT.
New Westminster, B. C.
COLUMBIA STREET,
WHIP FOUND.
.■
UNO THIS DAY (ADO.   10).  TIIE
owner mny have II on pitying fnr utl-
llseinelll.    Apply ill Mils Offll'l',    lllllllli'
If you want Bargains,
CALL EARLY.
ilw-jlyftlta
-I mil :ii<-
"I lake only one Klin) lull wockly pnpor,
The Spectator, unit olio Cumuli Ml, The
Week, mul iin u rttlo I slioiild hv |iii/,/,R*il to
Hiiy whicli I Klinnl'l nils* limit." -From a
letter liy Thulium Hn(-lu'K,anllii)i-of •"i'otn
Brown1* School DnyK."
The Week:
I A 4,iiniH|itin Jo ii rrnil et r->iliii'-i. fturlrly
NlHl l.lli rut lirr.
I'lMIU.silKli KVB1IV TlimwDAV, ATS3.IK)
I'KIt ANNUM.
j     Imli!|ii<ii(lcii| 111 iinlllicx, THK   WEEK
' appuiilK liv iH-oiiiprelii-iiHlvoTable of Con-
ti'iits tu Iho illlli'iciil lust--* wlileli exiHt
< Wlthlll the circle ut a cullurc-l home.
Al) averiij-e of llflci-n shurl, crisp Editor-
, litis iMjt-lveii In each nnm her upon CANADIAN, AMKHICAN.niul KNMI-IHH |*>|,
1 ITICMiilitl UTKUATnilR
AmoiiKHMIiurc--i)lai'c<iiili'lbiit->)Hli- |*m-
feHH<iiUi>lilwliiKiiilth;aiiila(llHtliif{iiUlietl
; public mail in Loudon has khnllv undor*
I taken  (o.xupply reifiilarly an  HiirIIsIi
: Letter.    l*nrin nnd  Washln«ton   betters
will appear at rc-julu- IntcrvalH.
In addition there are speoial conlillai-
, tions from sonic of liu* alilest writers In
j the Dominion a/ul the I'nllcil Mtnles,
vxxxi -wx-jxik:
Iiiih now entered upon Hm third yenr with
niOHt  em-.>urnulni*   proHpeett-, and   witli
■ mnny newfeatnren.
C. MiACKKTT ROBINSON.
."i .Ionian St., Toronto, Out.
Nam pie copies free ou application.
1
HAVING PURCHASED thc Black*
smithing busine-fi lately carried on
by W. R. Lewis, and the Pacifio Car-
riiif-e Woikfl, carried on by Johnstone k
Smith, we are prepared to manufacture
all kinds uf
Farm Wagons,
Carriages,
Phaetons,
Buggies,
Express Wagons,
Drays, Carts,
Stages,
And everything in the vehicle line
on the shortest notice and lit reus,
onnble prices.
We nlso keep in stock the uliove
articles, nnd nil kinds of Wagon
unci Cnrrirgo Material.
Reiinlrlni*. Palntlnx 4 Trim-
llllnif done at. reasonable prices.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all its branches, . Farmers', Log
gers', Mill and Contract Work, and
Horseshoeing undertaken; Agricultural Implements, and everything
in the blacksmith line mndo to order.
We also keep in stook to supply
the trade,—Iron, Steel, Cumberland
Coal, Chain, Horse and Ox Shoes,
Steel and Iron Harrow Teeth, Harrows, Springs, Axles, and n complete
stock of Carriage Hardware.
Having secured first-class work
men, we feel confident of giving satisfaction.
All material and work leaving
the shop will be guaranteed first-
class, Ord*rs from the country
promptly attended to.
n,l,3lc     REID ,t OUKRIE
BOYS WANTEP.
THE WKKKIh ono of IJlo mo«|Jnfllion- I TWO SMART HOYK WANTED AT
till .liiiiriiiiln In Criniiilri Tnilli, iJiliilnii, A oiw-ir lo null Mie Dully Columbian.
rjiKlnnil, fplll   ' AiivlnuThlaniHM'. iIiiiiHIc
U1PPM.
HAVING PUR-
chased the stopk
ofHardware,Paints,
Oils, &C, of the Es**
tate of Trapp Bros.,
we purpose offering
to the Public VERY
GREAT INDUCEMENTS in this
branch of the Business, which we trust
will secure the patronage of those residing on the Mainland.
We have bought a
large and well-selected stock of Shelf
Hardware in the
eastern markets FOR
CASH, which we expect to arrive in a
few days, and our
assortment will be,
we consider, second
to none in the country, and wil) be found
complete in all the
following branches:
General and Shelf
Hardware, Cross-cut
Saws, Paints in all
colors, Boiled & Raw
Linseed Oil [English
and American], Dry
Colors in. all kinds,
Wall Paper and Window Blinds, Oakum,
Pitch, Giant,Blasting
and Sporting Gun-
Powder, Fuse and
Caps, Brushes in
Paint, White-wash,
Scrubbing, Horse,
Dandv 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."
TlianklitK the Public gener*
•Uf (tor Ihe liberal patronage
accorded to us In the pant, we
trust by strict attention lo
business to merit a continuance of the same.
T.J. TRAPP,
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Saturday Evening, August VI. HUM.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla ia designed for
i those who need a medicino to purify tlieir
blood, build them up, increase their appetite and rejuvenate their whole system No other preparation so well meets
this want It touches the exact spot Its
record of forty years is one of constant
triumph over disease.
New Daily.—Wo are very highly
pleased to receive a copy of tho Dail-ij
Britisli Columbian, published at New
Westminster, under the care of Mr. D.
Robson, founder of the Bulletin. Mr.
Robson for tlie last number of years
has published a very successful semt-
weekly paper, and as he states the advent of the C.P.R., and the rapid
strides mude by the new nation growing up nn the Pacific const lias induced
him to embark in this new venture.
The paper is about thu size of the Toronto World, and has a good advertising patronage, besides containing the
latest local and telegraphic news.. Wo
wish the new daily in tho far west
every success.—Collingwood Bulletin,
 ->.♦•»   . .. , .
I.O.G.T.—The following officers
were installed in Dominion Lodge No.
4, I.O.f-J.T., for the quarter onding
Nov. 1: Bro. Chas. S. Keith, W.C.T;
Sister Mny Grant, W.V.T.; Bro. Dingle, Sec.; Sister A. McMurphy, W. A.
S.-j Sister McLean, W.R.S.; Sister
Raith, W.L.S.; Bro. Thos. Brengan,
W.F.S.; Sister Julia Neil, W.Treas.;
Bro. O. Crandell, W.M.; Sister Me-
Martin, W.D.M.; Sister Wharton, W.
I.G.; Bro. Harry Benson, W.O.G.;
Bro. A. Crandell, W.C; Bro. Geo. H.
Grant, P.W.C.T.; Bro. Peter Peebles,
recommended as Lodge Deputy. . Tlie
lodge lias made very good progress
during last quarter, 50 new members
having been initiated. The membership is now about 125,
For Sale 1000 ^-barrels and kits cheap.
Apply at this office. 1 aplOte
The str. Gladys will leave for Harrison   Hot  Springs  at (> o'clock this
\ evening.
The assessed value of proporty in
tlie city of Vancouver is stated to be
$2,700,000.
For best Havana Cigars and Tobac- |
co, Fruits  and   Confectionery go to
Ross, Columbia st. duulOwl
Repairs ou tho road between Vancouver and Hastings liave beon completed, and a very excellent job lias
been made.       •
A column of fire ono hundred miles
wide is  sweeping  through northern
I Wisconsin.   Great loss of life is feared
in the backwoods.
lt is said wliite laborers are paid as
I low  as  $1,25 per day by the C.P.R.
[ around Port Moody.   Board costs $0
per week at the same place.
Information received to-day leads ub
1 to hope that thu accident to Mr. Willie
! Higgins is not so serious as was firat
I supposed j < We shall be very glad if
, he recovers.
Tlie wires south of the boundary
I have been down all day, and we have
I no afternoon's telegrams.. Last night's
j despatches will be found very ititor-
| esting, however.
Work began yesterday ou the wagon
road   botween   this city  and  Port
Moody.   The first work will be on tiie
I hill  at Port Moody where hnprove-
\ ments are greatly needed.
Mr. Van Horne is reported to liave
stated that when tlie C.P.R. track has
beon thoroughly ballasted, trains will
save 2-1 hours on the present time
table from the mountains to Montreal.
Ih addition to our new stock of Bpring
foods we have opened nn invoice ot
liagonals, West of England Broadcloths
and Fnnch Cassimeroa. Walsh the
Model Tailor. Heimeht Walsh, Manager. ap21tc
The provincial secretary went over
the roads from this city to Hastings
and Vancouver to-day witli a view to
improvements. We are sure every
person in the two mainland cities will
be glad to read this announcement.
The Wbekly Columiuan issued this
morning contains 40 columns of interesting reading matter. It is admittedly the neatest weekly issued iu
Britisli Columbia. Copies may be
had at T. R. Pearson & Co.'s for 10c
eaoh.
In the absence of Rev. C. Watson,
Rev. Mr. Ladner, of Brandon, will
preach in tlio Methodist churoh tomorrow morning. In tho evening
Mw. Youmans will deliver a gospel
address instead of the usual ^veiling
servico.
How, a Chinamen, charged witli
breaking into and stealing from the
premises of Mr. Leweranco, Front st.,
yesterday, appeared in tho police
court this morning. He was remanded till Monday. The stolon articles
have not been recovered.
For its soothing aud grateful influence
on tlie scalp, antl for the removal and
prevention of dandruff, Ayer's Hair
Vigor has no equal It restore;* faded or
1 gray hair to its original dark color, stimulates the growth of the hair, and gives
it a beautiful, soft, glossy and silken ap.
pearance ______^^____________
Accident.—An employee of the
Brunette sawmills named Gilbert
Ward was severely injured yesterday
by being caught and squeezed between
two logs on the bed of tho mill. He
ia improving and is likely to come
round all right in time.
Fai.sk Dki-lakationh.— Several cases
of a somewhat unusual oharaoter will
come up iu the police court next
week. Ton persons have been summoned on the charge of having made
false declarations nt a school trustees
election in Alder Grove district, where*
in they declared they had beer residents of aaid school district for six
months prior tn said election.,
PoiHONlNQ THK Purkrm.■■-■On Sunday last Mr. S. Gray, of the Che-
mninuH hotel, found his pigs, to the
number of thirty or more, suffering,
from convulsions and running ahout
the beach. In a tew minutes they
would fall, roll on their backs, stiffen
their legs and die. Mr. Gray is of
the opinion that they have beeu poisoned, They may have been at ticked
with hog cholera, —Standanl.
There are a number of varieties of
corns. Hollowny's Corn Cure will remove auy of thein. Call on your druggist and get a bottle at onoe.
Mrs. O'Hcarn, Rivor street, Toronto,
uses Dr. Thomas1 Eclectrie Oil for her
cows for Cracked and Sore Teats; she
thinks there iB nothing like it. She also
used it when her horses Imd the Epizootic,
with the very best results, Do not be
persuaded to take any other oil in place
of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil.
City Police Court.
In tho police court thia morning a
half-breed named Freeman appeared
before Oapt. Pittendrigh ""and P. McTiernan, J. P.'s, for assaulting Constable McBroom while in the discharge
of hia duty. He was convicted aud
fined 920, and in default 2 months. A
Spaniard was fined $2.50 for drunkenness.
Personal.
Mr. E. L. Kirkland, of Ladners, is
registered at the Colonial.
Mr. John Wilson, of Victoria, arrived to-day and ts at the Colonial.
Mr. William Munro, one of Nicola's
prosperous cattle raisers, is in the city.
Mr. John Coigdrripd of the firm of
Boucherat & Co., Victoria, arrived in
the city to-day.
Mr, D. J. Macdonald, teacher at
Port Moody, came over to spend today in the Royal City.
Our Pish In Toronto.
Tho firat consignment of British Columbia salmon arrived yeaterday over
the C. P. R., per Dominion Express
Company, consigned to a local dealer
here. It was received in splendid
condition, being re-iced on the road
und only five days in transit. On account of the Buperiority of the fish,
regular shipments are to follow at
once, and the indications are the Nuw
York markets wilt receive their supply, ob well as tho Canadian markets,
from the FraBer river.—Toronto Mail,
Aug. J;t.
The first shipment over the C. P. R.
of British Columbia salmon from the
Fraser river reached the city yesterday
by the Dominion Expseas Company,
consigned to D. W. Port of West
Market Btreet, only five days having
elapsed from the time the fish was
taken from the w:\ter until it was exposed for sale at the city fish stores.
The flesh wus firm, sweet, und the
flavor ahead of anythiug heretofore offered in Toronto. The fish for the
New York market will come over the
O. P. R. in the same way, as the
freight and timo is in favor of this
route. Despatches for regular ship*
ments were sent off yesterday. The
dealers are selling it at 25 cents a
pound, and hope yet to be able to Bell
it for 20 cents.—Toronto World, Ana.
IS.
The Visiting Ministers.
THEY COME ON IMPORTANT PUBLIC BUSINESS
Hon. Mackenzie Be well, minister of
customs, aud Hon. Geo. E. Foster,
minister of murine and fisheries, arrived iu the city from Ottawa lust
evening. Accompanying Mr. Bowel!
are two Misses Boweil. Hon. J.
Royal, M.P. forProvencher: Rev. Dr.
McLeod, of Fredertcton. N.R., Mr.W.
R. Anderson, Mr. Foster's engineer,
and his secretary, Mr. S. J. Jenkins,
complete the patty. This morning
about 0 o'clock they luft thu Colonial
and took a drive out into tho country.
At uuon they boarded the Bteamer Sir
James Douglas, which came to •meet
thon*), and left for Victoria via Na*
ituimo. Hon. Mr. Foster informed a
reporter of the Columiuan Lhat their
visit would extend ovur eight or ten
daya, during which he moans to gather
by personal inspection uud otherwise,
all the information possible concern*
ing the fisheries and the lighthouse
service of the province. The opening
of the 0. P, R, he believes will give a
great impetus to the fishing industry
of, the province and being one of the
chief resources of the province it
would receive the careful attention of
his department. Commerce on tlie
waters of B.C. would also naturally increase under tho uew oiilor of things;
and it was therefore necessary that tlie
light-house service should be good aipl
efficient. Mr. Boweil has also important business in the province in connec
tion with * the customs department
Thu ride over the 0.1 Ml. was very
much enjoyed by the* party who consider it a moat delightful route.
A full line of Canadian Hymnals just
renewed at T. R, Pearson ft Co.'s  ool7to
W. CT. II.
MEETING OF PROVINCIAL CONVENTION.
Tlie third convention of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of
British Columbia will open in this city
next Monday, under the presidency of
Mrs. Spafford, of Victoria. The persons who are entitled to take part in
tlie convention, ex officio or otherwise,
are as follows:
From Victoria: Mrs Spafford, Mrs.
SargiBon, Mrs D. Spencer, Mrs Ether-
idge, Miss Eva Walker, Mra. Humber,
MrsGerow. From Chilliwhack: Mrs
Wells, Mrs Tait, Mra C. Chadsey,
Mrs Oee. Chadsey. From Maple
Ridge: Mrs Geo. Howison. From
Burrrrd Inlet: Mrs Jos. Hall, Miss
Kirklaud. From this city: Mrs Jaa.
Cunningham, Miss McDoiigall, Mra
Sexsmith, Mrs Curt is, Mrs Watson,
Mn D. Robson.
In connection with the convention,
meetings will be held as follows: On
Sunday (to-morrow) afternoon a prayer
meeting will be held in the lecture-
room 0? the Methodist church, beginning about 3:30. T)iis meeting will
be open for women only, and all will
be welcome whether members of the
W. 0. T. U. or not. On Sunday evening Mrs Youmans will give a gospel
temperance address in the Methodist
church, instead of the usual evening
service. Tho meeting will open at 7
o'clock.
On Monday the convention will
open for business at 9:30 a.m. At
3:30 Monday afternoon Mrs. Youmans
will address the children of the city at
the Drill Shed. The meeting will be
under the auspices of the Band of
Hope, but all children are cordially
invited, as well or parents aud others.
The children of the public schools will
march in a body to the hall after
school closes. The lecturo will be illustrated by a number of diagrams and
plates.
On Tuesday thu convention will
hold forenoon and afternoon sessions,
and in the evening Mrs. Youmans will
deliver one of her lectures in the Drill
Shed. This lecture will, of course, be
public, aud all are invited.
On Wednesday there will be three
sessions, and it is expected the convention will complete its work and adjourn
on Wednesday evening.
Collections will be token at each of
the  lectures  for  the  benefit of the
To lessen mortality ami stop the inroads of disease, use Northrop ft Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery ft Dyspeptio Cure.
For all diseases arising from Impure
Blood, such as Pimples, Blotches, Biliousness,, Indigestion, etc,, etc., it has no
equal. Mrs. Thomas Smith, Elm, writes:
"I am using tins medicine for Dyspepsia.
I have tried many remedies, but this is
the only 0110 that has done me any good."
The cPR Injunctions.
JUDGMENT OF JUSTICES CREASE AND MCCREIGHT
By Telegraph.
We are unfortunately unable to agree
with our teamed  brother Mr. Justice
Gray either in his arguments or in Iub
conclusions.   We think the judgment of
the learned chief justice should be affirmed, substantially for the reasons he
has assigned.   Wo think it appears distinctly from sections 1 and 0 of tbe contract with the company (see pages 56 and
57 of the Dominion act of 1881) and from
section 15 of thu charter (see page 19 of
thesame acts of 1881), that Port Moody
is fixed as the  western terminus, and
that as the Consolidated Railroad Act of
1870,  section  7, sub-division   19, says
" that no railway company shall have
any right to extend its railway beyond
the termini mentioned in the speoial
act," therefore the proposed line from
Port Moody to Vancouver city is clearly
forbidden.   Having regard to tlie topography of Burrard Inlet aud its southern
shore, we cannot conceive that any line
could be built more in the nature of an
"extension" than tliat wliich is proposed.   It is hardly necessary to add
that suction-1 of the act of 1881, page 4,
before referred to, and section 21 of the
same act (nee page 14), require hb to construe, ami indeed make tho agreement
and  the charter a portion of that act.
We should not make any  further observations except that tliere are some remarks iu the judgment appealed from as
to the company's power of making branch
lines, with which we do not agree, and
which we think we should not puss over
unnoticed, although  they do not form
part of the actual decision.   The learned
chief justice seems to consider that tho
company may not build a branch line of
more than six miles in length, hut we are
disposed to agree with Mr. Drake's contention on thiB point— that section 14,
page   13,   of   the   act   of   1881,  authorizing the company to make branch
lines from auy poiut* or points along
their main line of railway to any poiut or
points within the territory of the Dominion, repeals the six mile limit as being
totally inconsistent with it (see page 14,
acta of 1881 aud sectiou ■_*.!).   But we do
not  wisb   to be understood as applying
this observation to the eases dealt witli
by section 7 Buh-seutiou 17 of thu act of
i 1871). Tho learned chief justice says that
{ according to the tenor of  Mr. Drake's
: 'contention the company sre entitled, on
j the deposit of a map, to construct any
1 line  which they may t choose to call a
i branch line, though it be 500 miles in
length and pass through the heart of the
j cities of Canada without giving notice to
1 private owners or without compensation
j or security for compensation.   Hut we
j think the.legislature haa guarded against
j bucIi  abuses  by companies  in  making
j their brunch lines in section 7, sub-see*
j tion 18, of the uot of 1870. page 4'i, do-
j minion acts, where anion;* other ooiplt*
I tions precedent tothe making of 11 branch
j line it is provided that tlie company mast
: apply to tho governor-general in council
to sanction thu building of such brunch
I linu and, appropriate the necessary lnnd
! for that purpose under the compulsory
. gowurs vested in them by thu aet and obtain the approval of the govuninr-geuural
in council to tbe maps and plans, after
thu expiration of a six weeks'notice to
thu public hy advertisement, and this or
der 111 council apnioving the maps and
plans must limit the time of construction
to two yours from its date.   Wo think it
is unfortunate that the*--* pruvismis were
uot brought under, tho notice of the learned ehioi jmtico, otherwinc lie wuuld hot
have  expressed    himself   as   he  did,
Wo need hardly repeat thut we entirely
agree with Ida actual dec Won  that  thu
proposed line la au extension beyond the
terminus of  Port Moody, and, aa such,
clearly  forbidden  by  the   legislature,
We think the respondents should have
thoir costs ef thi* appeal according to
their usual practice     The learned chief
justice reserved  iho j-ostit before him,
and we see no toaaon fnriuterferiii-j with
him us to them.
Latest hy Telegraph
LAST NIGHT'S DESPATCHES.
Hitecliil lo ibe Columbian.
Nkw York, Aug. 20.—A London
despatch says: A large and important
deputation from the West Indies committee of merchants called at thu colonial office to-day and hud an interview
with Stanhope, colonial minister.
Thoy asked his assistance in arriving
at an understanding as to thu present
position of the West Indies in the proposed convention providing for tlio
mutual exchange of certain goods duty
free between tho Britisli West Indies
and the U.S. on the same principle as
that which obtained iu the treaty of
1834 between Canada and tho U.S.
The deputation also requested thu government to re-open negotiations with
the U.S. oil the -proposed treaty and
also arrange & have the British West
Indies represented in a congress of
North and South American status to
convene at Washington in 1887. The
deputation asked the colonial minister
to use his influence to induce thu foreign office und board of trade to bring
about a conference for thu purpose of
forming a general basis in regard tu
sugar bounties in the interest of British sugar producers at thc earliest possible moment. Stanhope. Baid tliat for
obvious reasons he was unable to say
what the government would do. He
deeply sympathized with the trado depression in the West Indies. In regard to the proposed convention with
tho U.S. he was afraid he could say
but little. The views of the Washington government were well known. He
himself had no vory recent information
on the subject, and he would communicate with Earl Iddlesleigh, foreign
minister, in order to ascertain the precise attitude of the U.S. concerning
the proposed representation of the
Britisli VVest Indies in the convention
of North and South American -states,
He favored it, aud would ascertain
whether the government at Washington would be willing to permit it. The
question of foreign bounties waa ono
whicli belonged to the board of trade,
but he would exert himself to further
the views presented.
San Francixi.-o, Aug. 20.—Oapt.
M. 0. Erskine, of the Alaska Commercial Co.'b str. St. Paul, was arrested to-day on 'complaint pf Deputy
Surveyor Pogarty, acting under instructions from Surveyor Turner, for
violation of tho provisions of the restriction act by bringing Chinese laborers into this port. A Chinaman
waB among the crews of the schooners
captured tu Behring Sea by the revenue cutter Corwin and brought here
by the St. Paul, Erskine wub released
on $1,000 bonds.
London, Aug. 20.—The Standard
says: The home rule liberals will Hnd
little encouragement in the Chicago
convention. After, all, the Parnellites
are dependent on American donations,
and they can't have money for nothing. Although they are allowed to
try what iB possible with Glads timu and
constitutionalism, the American Irish
feeling favors a revival of the old
struggle.
The Times this morning gives prominence in its columns! to a letter suggesting the presenting for prosecution
for treason on their return to their
homes, of the Canadinn delegatus aud
other British subjects whu figured in
the Chicago convention.
San Franoisi.-o, Aug. 20.—Passengers per Queen of the Pacilic for Victoria: W. II. Roden and wife, Mw,
E. Mayer, Miss R. Mayer, Eugenie
Mayer, H. Wiedmun, Mra Cupt.
Humphrey, Mrs. C. E. Mallette,
Clement Gardner, J. J. Southgate, L.
H. Jnrdeu, Mrs. R. Broderick and
daughter, Walter H. Browne, T.
Thrult, 0. N. Gerhuiu, dames Brady,
John Williams, V. H. Leaner, Mrs.
Law and daughter. G. llauue, J. D.
Ronald, 6. N. McAbeo, Mrs. Rison
and daughter, G. W. Jordan, Miss L.
J< rdan, J. Mitchell, >T. Anderson.
Thk True Puu-osoi'iiv of Medication
is not to done for symptoms but to root
out disease. Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure, the
til-eat Blood Purifier, bus proved itself
equal to the task. It is a most searching without liuing a violent remedy for
Constipation, Biliousness, and Indigestion. It is as well adapted to thc needs
aud physical temperaments of delicate
females us to the more robust sex, aud is
a preventive of disease as well as u remedy for it.
Wholesale niy Market.
Beef,       per IOO It'll $7 IHI -.1 gS 00
Pork " 7.'-ai w
Mutton "         8 609 fl 00
Hldeatgr'n)"         s 50 <■• 0 00
Potatoes "      1 IM® I 50
Turnips "           0 50(9 «"'»
Carrots "          1)7-1 fl  100
Parsnips "         IQQ-3 I •*■>■
Hoots "  I ihi 1.1   I 'ii
Cu oblige :'         I im i-i 1 2>
Onions "           '2 ihi-.-   :l (Hi
Apples      "        150 a 175
Pears          '*           - 0 00 fl 0 00
Whoat         '■            I SO ft* 175
Out*            "            HHl(i I 75
Peas            •-            I 50 fi 1 75
Huy,        per Inn    12 ihi ■■-. in 00
Butter (rolls) per th u _; 1,, 0 30
Cheese,             "    0 IK© 0 10
Ejfl-fS,       pordira 0 280 0 80
Cacao,       each     l 600 l 75
Ducks          "         0 20(3 0 25
Chickens, per pair. 0 75® I 'HI
Turkeys,perlb  uau-.i Oil
Conl wood (retail) por uurd \166_, 8 60
Do not delay iu getting relief for the
little folks. Mother Graves' Worm ISx-
termiuator is a pleasant and safe cure.
If you love your child why do you let it
sntfer when a remedy is so near at baud ?
SHIP1MNU ITEMS.
Auk 21 — Arrived—sit, Sir James DoujjIuh
from Viotoria; sir Gladys from Yule;
sir Dunsmuir from Nnnnlmo.
neiKtrietl~Hiv llithet for Viotorin; str
Hoi mice for Yule; str DoilglflB for Victoria; a,tr Gladys for Harrison Lake.
"tlir WKST HHOHK H»H HFI't KMHt It.
-Tlir <;reiit II hint rated llrllUfi Col	
bin HitMIim. I full mipply hum on haml
nl T. K. IViirtiin A t'o'n,, noli- it-*nil*, l'er
thr tl-iliil-lii'l. Ml til liis, nieh. If
A new map of British Columbia just
issued by the govornment, for sale ut
T. K. Pearson k Co's. The bost map
ever isBiirtd; P2.*\a,—Adi),
Job printing of all kinds neatly dono
at the Columiuan otlice. Prices will be
found lower tban at any other office in
tin- |H(ivinee.***-^t(/ll.
Canadian Psalter and Hymnal, with
tunes (for Presbyterian Church), at T.
It Pearson k 06,% New Westminster
and Granville. *
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In all oases of Bronchial and Pulmonary Affections is Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral, As such it fs recognized and
prescribed by the medical profession, and
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past forty years, ft has beenregarded as an
invaluable household remedy. It is a
preparation that only requires to bo taken
hi verv small quantities, and a few doses
of It administered lu the early stages of a
cold or cough will effect a speedy cure,
imd may, very possibly, savo life. Thero
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Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Huh prc-ori'cil llio lives of great number*
ofpursoilg, liy iirrcsHij-K the development of
l.iuyiiKltls, 1'roncliltls, Pneumonia,
nnrl rulmonury Consumption, and by
tlinonrooftlio.se iliiwrorous m&luilles. ft
should lie kept rently for uso In every
fumily wliero thoro Has children, as It Is ■
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treatment of Croup, tlio alleviation of
Whooping'.-ouKlMUldthe cure of Colds
and Iniliionzu, ailments peculiarly loci,
dental lo childhood nud youth. Promptitude In di'iilhi" with ull diseases of this
class is of tlio utmost importance. The
loss of a slnglo duy may, In many cases,
entail fatal consequences. Do not waste
precious lime In experimenting with
medicines of doubtful efficacy, while the
muliidy is constuntly gaining it deeper
hold, but tnko at once tlio speediest und
most certain to cure,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
PI1KPA1IKD BY
!>r, J, li. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mast,
Sold by all Druggists.
The Confederation Life.
Tlie annual report of this solidly prosperous Canadian institution will he.found
m another column. The facts revealed
in tlie accounts and the Directors' report
thoroughly justify the c-comiums which
thc shareholders present bestowed upon
the management. Thanks to the resolute
manner in which tho Company has declined to embark upon extravagant
methods of procuring business, the working expenses of the company bear to the
total income the very small ratio of between 17 and 18 per cent. A point attesting tho soundness of tbe finances of
tiie Company is the fact tlmt the interest
income is sufficient to pay the death
claims—which in a company of the age of
thc Confederation Life is something to be
proud of. The ass ts and liabilities are
set forth iu minute detail, and the tables
aliow that, after making ojlowance for all
possible contingencies and providing for
every debt, there is a surplus of §282,199
over liabilities and capital combined.
Tbe increase'in the assets in the last year
was $-2G0,3!)O. So much for what can be
done by rigid adherence to what the
President defined as the true policy of
the Company, viz:—"To keep its balance
sheet right and .avoid unnecessary, unwise, or extravagant expenditure for the
sake merely of increasing new business."
—Toronto Globe. T. B. Pearson «fc Co,
arc agents for this company in British
Coiumbin. ml Otc
Wiutk Bronzk Monuments.—-White
Bronze is a comparatively new substance,
and bns come into large use, rapidly, for
special purposes in this country. It has
been found to bu so well adapted for statuary and monuments, that companies
have been for some time established at
Bridgeport, Conn., Detroit, Mich., Des
Moines, Iowa, nnd St. Thomas, Canada,
who are making monuments of all kinds
and styles. From experiments made by
these companies, it bns been found that
thc material will stand exposure for an
indefinite period—-it is practically indestructible. Wliite Bronze being non-
corrosive and unchangeable, it is stated
to be erpinl to gold, silvor or platinum,
and superior to copper or antique bronze,
wliich throws off a verdigris. The monuments r.ve enst from refined zinc, and are
given their sparkling appearance by the
sand blast, sand being blown ngainst the
work under a high pressure of steam,
whicli cuts tbe surface, but does not adhere to it. A thin film of oxide which
forms on this bronze is indistructible by
the elements; it cannot be dissolved by
water, and air cannot penetrate it, although the film is so thin as to he immeasurable. No corrosion, it is affirmed,
can take place. —JJoston Journal of Commerce, Chas. J. Robson, New Westminster, is agent for the White Bronze
Monuments iu British Columbia. Much
cheaper and uiore durable than any
other. my5tc
Beautiful photographic panoramic
views in British Columbia, 75 cts. per
set at T. R. Pearson k Co.'s. *
OT. PAUL'S CHURCH. Services ev
O cry Sunday at 11 a, m. mul 7 p. m. In
tbe Church, Kt. John street, below Roynl
avenue. .Seats free, all are eordlnlly Invited. Sunduy .School ut 2.301*. ji.
(fc28tc)
REDUCTION SALE
FOE TEN DAYS ONLY!
D. Drysdale & Co.
OFI'-KU TIIE BALANCE OF THEIR
Summer Goods
At very much REDUCED HATES,
To niftke room for
Fall Importations
CALL EARLY AND SECURE BARGAINS.
We expect to open a LAKGE and ELEUANT  FALL STOCK   of
Dry Goods, House Furnishings, Clothing
anil Underwear iL'"lut tlie raicldle of August.
austc
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
73 Columbia St., N. W.
JAMES ELLARD & CO,
IMPORTERS OF
Dry Goods, Silks, Millinery,
MANTLES,
Carpets, Underclothing, Hosiery,
OX*    AIiEr
Clothing, Cent's Furnishing
Coods!
Millinery & Dressmaking done in Latest Styles.
Cor. Columbia and Mary Sts.
30-yim NEW WESTMINSTER.
LORNE  COLLEGE,
3JTBW   WBSTMIWSTER,   B. C.
OBTTX-tOl
003
VlHltor The Bishop or New Wc-.lBilD-.t-er.
Prixoipal-H. FIKNNES-CLINTON, ESQ., M. A. (of Kehle College, Oxford,
and Lennoxvillc, P. (},).
Assistant Master and Scperintodest or the Commercial Department :
Wi H. BATES, ESQ. (of the College Communale, Boulogne, and Anglo*
French College, London).
Matron-MRS. REDDISH.
BoaiII) of EDtrcATiox—The Visitor nnd Prinoipal; Tlie Ven, Archdeacon of Columbia ; The Rev. H. G. FiemioB-Olraton; C. N. Trew, Ksq., M. D.; G..E. Corbould, Esq.
The School will Re-open on Thursday, Sept. 9th, :886.
THB COtJRSK* OF STUDIES BMBIIA0E8 EITHER CLASSICAL OR COMMER-
cfnl subjects.   In the former Pmnoticn prenawitlon Is given for the Unive-wttlPK;
In the latter pupils nre fitted by a study ol Modern Languages, Commercial Corres-
Jiondence, Book-keeping, Ac, to tnke positions of responsibility In the business
louses of the Province. Both brunches jncludq sound Instruction In Geography,
History, English mul Mulht-inntics.
For Prospectus, apply to the Bisitoi- of new Wkstmissteh- or nny member of the
Bonrd of Education,
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary St.
Rev, 0. Watson, Pnstor. Services nt
ll n, 111. and 7 p. in. Sunday School anil
Bible Clnss '2:'M p. in. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at s p. ni. goats froe;strangers
cordially Invltcd^ Je7-tc.
Church of England, st. Mary's,;
Sapperton. Non-Ices, Sundays, 10.90
a. in., and 8,80 p.111. Thursdays, 7.;tup. m, ;
Dally, 10a. m.,5p. in. Holy Communion, j
Sundays, 7 a.m., except L'nii Sunday In the ,
muntil.   Ail scats free. ^iilll^'i-L
BAPTIST CHURCH, Rov. Robt Lennie pastor; meets In the Court House. |
Services at !l a.m. and 7p.m. Sabbath
School and Bible Clnss at 2..-J0 P.M.   Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clook. 1
Slrmigni-scordiiilly Invited.        ,lPl?t(:L •
A UNION LOlfGE No, 0, A. F. |
*  A.  fll—The regulur Communications of this Lodge are
bold on thc first Monday lu each
month, Sojourning brethren aracordlai- i
Iv invited to attend         D, WILSON,
'fe2.1-tc Secretary. ■■
x-XTxmvanr-j
Auction Sale!
LOOK   HERE!
Being -letermincil to close out the balance of my Stock before
October 1st next, I will sell all Goods now on hand at a
GREAT   SACRIFICE
ggr-Call early to secure Bargains. G.   LEISER.
S. H. WEBB
HAS BEEN UKTilUOTED TO  SEI.I.
nn Kmnlftliwl,
Tliiirsiliiy,  August -'litli, Issb,
A large and woll assoricilstock of
Groceries, Dry Coods
and Glassware.
This will be ouo of the most extonswBS
Sales over bold ou the Main lund.    *'-.'-*
nn lhe same daj    n rtniliUc, Krlillr ami I
sel ofshnil*' nitrite**,
Also-i-'iiriiHtiiT nml Ntinrirlcs-
Qboris will be put up to suit purchasers.
Male nl 10 o'clock a. Ill, Terms mnde
known nl Sale.
"   S. .11. WEBB,
dunlStd . Auctioneer.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY.
PACIFICJDIVISION.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED UP
lo noon 011 WcilnfHtlny, A 111*11 **l 'IHtlt,
addressed to the undersigned nl Port
Moody for the building or thc brick work
required for the ,
Company's Hotel,
and.lhe Oenoral Superintendent's Houso
at Vancouver.
Bjwflf,Specifications- and nil infonna-
t ion flan be obtained Oil application to Mr.
John ■■Clements, Vancouver,
Tliolowesl oitin.v lenderwlll not necessarily be accepted.
H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent
Port .Moody, August 14th, 1880.   dnnlflwl
For Sale or To Rent.
THK UNDERSIGNED oflhrsnFnrm for
for sale or rent. Also. Milch Cows
and young entile, Hogs- and arew young
Horses, There arc sevcrnl pairs of good
steers lhat would mnke excellent working
oxen. Also, one of the largest nnd beat
Hulls In the province. Tho stock is nll
veiygenlte.
M. NICHOLSON,
mimic; Mount l-ehnnm P.O.
NOTICE,
Dominion   Lands.
NOTJCE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT,
the surveys of Townships Nos. 1 and
2, west of Const Meridian, and Townships
Nos, 7, 8, 10, 18. II and Ifl,east of Coast
Meridian, New Westminster District, having been only confirmed- tho undersigned
Is now prepared to receive applications for
Homeilead Entry oil Dominion Lands in
such Townships respectively.
Applicants must personally appeal'before the undersigned at the Dominion
Lands Otlice, New Westminster, nud
make thc aflldnvlt nnd pay the entry feo
ol"810 prescribed by Clause 1(1 of Die Lands
Regulations of 1IW5.
H. If. W. AIKMAN,
Agent of Dominion Lands, H.C.
lilli Anicust. issti. dwaultlinl
[mainland Guardian rn»i/.i
S. H. WEBB
P
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER
HAVING HAP KXTENSIVE RX-
pevienuQ in California anil elso-
whero in tlie alwve InmiiiCflH, I um no*
lirirnarinl to take charge of any .ale.,
auction or otherwise, that the public
limy fuvor ine with.
Uuni, Kiln, cntrldKCv P»w«kr,
Shot, KIhIiI-m; Tackle 8r**c*a*
rle«,   Ciller-',   and   tor
eia-u-vare,
TO I1K HAT)   AT THE OLD STANTI,
KNOWN AS THE
'Menagerie Shop,'
COLUMBIA   STREET.
tlwnnttto mmtm
gMfj fritish ColumlJian
Snfunliiy Kvrihw, liiall.l 31. IWiii.
£
LAST NICHT'SJESPATCHES.
Special to llic ('olumtilnii.
OraOAOO, Aug. 20.—At 10 a. in. the
jury nn tlio anarchist cases cuuie into
court and rendered a verdict against
all tho prisoners .of guilty of murder,
and all were sentenced to death except
Reufe, wiio is givon 15 yoars.
Mnr.Bom.NB- Aug. 20.--Thu U. S.
inatwif-wai' Mohican has sailed for tiio
Samoan islands. She will remain
there during tlio sittings of the commission appointed tu settle theSiimtmii
affairs,
Bklfast, Aug. 20. -Tlm Protest-
ants hoie aru very much irritated ovor
Lord Randolph Churchill's defense of
the police engaged here during the
nuts; Thu Protosb ii ts nssert that the
po!i< lil'jiils have contrived to mislead Lord Randolph, and declare that
the facts of the case warrant tho suspicion tlint a conspiracy exist** between the police and Catholics of Belfast.        .    .
Dublin, Aug. 20.- -The Freeman',-i
Journal, commenting on the government's Irish policy as indicated hy
Salisbury hi the house of lords last
BVeuintT, says: M The government's
Irish policy .should be oue of immediate action. Ministers havo given no
reason why they should not bo forcod
from their present driveling attitude
of procrastination. Tho Irish party
listened to Churchill last evening in
tho commons with disgust and indignation."
Lonuon, Aug. 20.—The British str.
Albernia from Hankow for London
with 5000 tons of tun foundered while
leaving tho China sea. Tho fato of
the crew is unknown.
London, Aug. 20.—A fire, broke out
on Dudgeon's wharf, on which aro
stored 40,000 barrels of petroleum.
Five thousnnd have already beon destroyed, and it is feared the refit cannot*
be saved. Petroleum is firm [since the
outbreak of the tire.
Chicago, Aug. 20.—At two o'clock
this afternoon it largo force of police
were gathered at the Chicago-avenue
police station under command of Capt.
Nchaack, and a littlo later chief Ebor-
sold arrived, There is a current rumor
abuut town that the police liavo a list
containing the naines of nearly -100
men who woro engaged in the anarchist conspiracy, and that wholesale
arrests ahull forthwith be ordered. It
is reported that the naines af Mrs.
Parsons and Mrs. Holmes are among
those fur whom arrests liave been issued chargiug thein with conspiracy,
Washinuton, D.O., Aug. 20.—Two
companies of infantry, sent to Seattle,
W.T., at the time of the Chinese riots,
havo been ordered by tho secretary Of
war to return to Fort Vancouver.
San Francisco, Aug. 20.—Cleared,
str. Oregon, for Victoria. Sailed, bark
Hope, for Port Townsend; str. Queen
of ,the Pacific, for Victoria und Pert
Townsend.
London, Aug. 20.—-In the commons
to-day Thomas Power O'Connor inain-
-tainpd that Lord Randolph Churchill's
speeches were thu original cause nf tho
Belfast riots. (Cheers). "Evory man
who lost his life in the riots was a
dupe and a victim uf Churchill." He
siad that a commission ought to be 'ip-
puinted to enquire into the actions of
the-Primrose league which he said was
guilty at tho last election of boycotting
and intimidating to a great extent. He
said that thu vast majority of the Liberals suppurted Gladstone's scheme,
which, although it had beeu temporarily checked, would inevitably meet
with ultimate success. Tlie Conservatives were too sanguine if thoy thought
tliat thu election decision upon the
policy -supported by three or four
counties was final. He further said
that the policy of the government of
inquiring into judicial rents was illegal
and imprncticablu because the commission could uot complete its report before spring, while the ovil existed now
and a crisis would come in the spring.
London, Aug. 20.—The Berlin
North Cennan Gazette states that
Prof. Brackeuhurst has made a large
annexation in South I'atagonia on behalf of, Germany', The Standard,
commenting uu this, says it thinks
tliat Bismarck will have to reckon with
Chili and the Argentine republic.
One hundred and twenty members
of the liMvi.se cf commons have siuned
a memo tin] asking the government to
Appoint a commission to inquire into
the currency question.
Gai.vkston, Aug. 20. — A storm absolutely wrecked about 150 buildings
and flooded, undermined and otherwise damaged many more. The con*
tral portion of the city is not seriously
damaged Among the buildings destroyed are the Beach rink, whero the
state democratic convention was held,
and all the buildings in the inter-state
drill iw>jtndj The total Iosb will ex
coed 8200,000.
set  out by me in the C.P.R. vs. Ma-
J0,":
I. regret still more that I cannot
agree with niy two learned brethren
now witli me, who have concluded to
sustain the views of the chief justice.
Thoy add nothing to his argument, except an inference to be drawn from the
18th sub-section of section 7 uf the
Consolidated Railway Act, 1870. 1
cannot soe tlmt this has any bearing
on tlie point. The non-existence of
any order-in-council—under that seetion,—it iu tho tirst place' it were requisite, which was not contended fori
or in thu second, if it were true that
no such ordor existed, of whicli,
throughout the wliole argument before
the chief justice and this court there
was not even tho remotest nllogatiun,
cannot now after the closo of the healing lie set up by this court.
So  to  do,   in   thu absence of any
proof, or  of   any demand therefor by j
the plaintiffs or their counsel, it being ■
■h matter capable of proof—affirmation
or denial—from Svliipli a conclusion in i
law was to be drawn, would simply be
hi niy opinion (tho' with nio my loam- '.
oil  brethren do not concur,) a.voluntary infraction   by tho court   of   the
well-known    principle   '-Oimwi pre*
mmunlua rite, et  solenniler  f.w   avta I
donee   prohibits ia  eontrarium,"    In
fact    it    would    be    saying    that'
something   was   wanted   which   nobody nsked for, and deciding that it |
was most material and conclusive, without hearing any argument whether it
was or was not.   That is not the usual
practice of courts.    If that provision
had hnd any bearing whatever on the
ease, it would not have escaped the
attention of tlie learned counsels for
the  plaintiffs, Mr.  Pooley and Mr.
Richards,
Without going into details, a few
words only with reference to the extraordinary powers conferred on the company may not be out of the way. In
1881, when the C. P. R. act was
passed, the Consolidated Railway Act,
1870, was well known. It was simply,
with some few changes and amendments, the consolidation of a previous
railway act of 18G8 aud iti subsequent
amending acts. It was in variou*
stages in force during tho whole discussions in parliament eu the construction of the C. P. R. from its initiation down to the passing of the
final act in 1881.
Tn tho C. P. R. Act of 1881 the very
first  clause  in   reference t
D. S. CURTIS & CO. Britisli Columbia
i    FIEE
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Tills powder never varies. A marvel of
purlty.strenKthandwholcsoineheas. More
economical than tlie onllnarv kind",nml
nm not In* sold fn rompt-iiilon with tlie
multitudeof low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders, Kold only in runs,
ItOYAT. HAK1SC POWDRlt C6,, 1011 \V»M Kt.,
New Vork. Sfely
HO [for GRANITE GREEK
The Driard House
IS THR REST HOUSE TCI STOP AT IN
GRANJTEJITY.
Fii:AT-c:r,.\ss accommodation*, and
the Table supplied wllh every possible delicacy. The hotel Is under the personal management of tlie well-known
caterer, li. Y. Boyoe;
BOYCE & CAIRNS,
mlifilc Proprietors.
Port Hammond
NOW IS THE TIME TO BEND IN
yQiir orders, If you wnnt some of
those nice fruit, or ornamental trees,
shrubs; etc., fiom Ontario; As l return
about the middle of Juno to settle up lily
affairs thero antl chtnt*oiit this fall with
tlie stock for my nursery here, and will
select and brim,'-your orders right along
powers, j with nio for tbisfuil ami next spring'
section 17, says:   "The Consolidated
Railway Act, 1879, in so far   ub the
provisions of the samo aru applicable
to the, nndertahing authorized b\i this
rltniler, nnd in ko far as  thoy are  not
inconsistent with or vuutrunj to the pro-
■rhitms hereof, and save and except as
hereinafter provided, is hereby incorporated herewith.
Iu this section there aro   two leading  guides:   lst. Tlie   provisions   of
tho Consolidated Railway   Act, 187U,
are  only   to   ho incorporated in  tho
Canadian Pacific  Railway Act, or to [
affect its charter,when those provisions ■
are applicable to the undertaking   an- \
thurked by the charter."   P'ruui tho
context of the whole act that is—whim '
tliose provisions nro in furtherance of
the object set out in that act and the
charter embodied in it, and will pto
mote aud aid   its  construction.   The
Consolidated Rnilway Act,  187U. was
to bo good for   all  general   purposes, i
but it was not to affect the   Canadian j
Pacific Railway Act unless   its  opera- j
tion  was   beneficial.    2nd. Wherever
the provisions   uf   the  Consolidated !  	
Railway Act,  1870, wore inconsistent! jyiSSES. McELItbVA KITZ HENRY
with or contrary to   the provisions of : i'i- wish lo inform the Ladles of New
the Canadian Pacific Railway Act, thuy j Westminster thai lhey liave opened a
were as to the undertaking carried on |       HresS-Making Establishment
-AT-
DRUGGISTSI
Xi'» Westminster, II. I'.
nililOlo '
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CCMP'Y.
I OmiHkoauHt, and IOPai.i- Mam-,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOU8KS k OTHKR
BuilduigB, Ooods, Wares, Merchandise, Man uf acta ring and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harhor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of auch Vessels j also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
(foods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland aud iu Foreign
Countries,
FKOM MISS OK DAMAGE BT FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W. J. AKMSTBONfi,
Agent for New Westminster.
I planting*! will satisfy all both nslomui- ■
i lltvof trees nud fruit, ami Twill bo settled |
horo In the business so you will know ■
. where to find mc.  All communications
after the mldjUoof Jnno may bo addressed I
. to mo atBoWmanville, On!., or to Carleton
A 1 Innis, Tori Hammond,
O. W. HENRY,
myfWte Port Hammond P.O. -
IiackIforhire;-
THE UNDERSIGNED lioa uslnlillslioil
himself In tlio Cllvnf Now Wi'sliiilii-
slor Willi ii KIHST-CI.AJM
-PRACTICAL	
Hun jtmt received for tile Holidays a fine
assortment ol' (Jolil and Silver
COVERED CARRIAGE, IJ E W E L R Y
TERMS EASY.
D. I*i. CURTIS, Aoent,
New Westminster.
M. II. COWAN, Ski-iiktarv,
jo Kite Viotoria.
THE CELEBRATED
WHITE
Sewing Machine!
Which Is <tiirit («!• l.ii;;jit:i*iiiciils al
very liiii'lt-rnli* I'liarttrH.
Orders left nl the Colonlnl Hotel or sent i
by telephone, Wilt bo promptly atleiidod ,
today or night. Stable next II. Elliott's. ;
JOS. OATE8.
Tolephono No. 30. mylte
under the   latter, to be inoperative,
These provisions of taw are clcaraud
undoubted.    To attempt, then, to ap- I  TBAFI»,HHO'S STOltl, imniKU ST.
ply tu a rond running  through   every ' Whore they will tie prepared to execute
province of tfio Dominion, 3,000 milea/
from ocean to ocean, built largely out'
uf the public funds and  sustained  hy
public taxation', tho petty restrictions
any order-* entrusted to them in tlie latest
styles ami Willi nil possible dospntcli.
New Westminster. Oet. Uth, ifWfc   o«7te
Tlie Injunction Cage.
THE FULL JUDGMENT OF -JUDGE CRAY.
lu the conclusions at whicli tbu
learned chief justice arrived in tliis
case, and the reasonings on which
those conclusions are based I cannot
agree, In a carefully prepared judgment delivered by myself on the iii«t
July previous, iu the case of thc C.P,
Jt. vs. Major, I reviewed tho conflicting rights of the company and thu
land owners under tho various provisions of-thu C.P.It. Act, 1881, chap. 1,
and tlm Consolidated Railway Act,
1870, so far as tho tatter was in any
way. hy tlie formur act or any other
law incorporated with it, and canm to
conclusions diametrically opposite to
tiniMuwhiuh have impressed themselves
hn forcibly oii thu mind of tho chiof
justice - since then I have had the advantage of hearing an itbio argument
front Mr. Hioluuite, Q.C., on this appeal in support of the reasoning and
views of the chief justice, aud find myself stwmgthenedimd oon6rmed in the
views and conclusions I had previously
expressed. To avoid miiio-.-essnry repetition, I desire to incorporate in this,
niy pri'sent  judgment, the leiiNoiiiiigs
uf six-mile branches, municipal by
laws, and the other limitnlinns set out
in the Antecedent Consolidated Railways' Act, regulating works under entirely different circumstance** and a
different character, in face of the whole
tenor and language of tlie O.P.R. act
from beginning to end, is simply, iu
my mind, perverting the legislation of
pari i.-u uen t, J ought here to say that
on ono point at last, viz., the six mile
branch limitation, T am fortunate
enough to have thu concurrence of my
learned brethren.
With all deference to thu able views
of my learned brethren—if J maybe
allowed au illustration to apply tliese I
restrictions, looks to   me very much \
like attempting to construct thu largest ,
Mediterranean iron-clad with tlie machinery aud fittings of a harbor- punt.
\n   this  case, one act or ttie other
must give way.     They arc utterly ir- ;
reconcilable.   They were not intended '•
to work together iu all their parts, but
only so far aa thc first could be bene- ■
licial to the last.     So faras the act uf ■
1870 could aid the act of 1881, the pur- j
tiament intended it should do so, but
nowhere that it should cripple the latter,     Wherever  thoro is a conflict,
1870 must give way to tlie legislation
of 1881.
My opinion is that the learned chief
justice's order should bo discharged,
his judgment reversed, and the in j une-
tion'rawed. It by-lib means follows ,
tliat, huge as are the powers given
to the C.P.R, Company to induce
them t*i undertake nnd cany ou this |
work, the owners of laud and property
through which the railroad or its
branches may puss are without adequate means of protection ami redress
in case of illegal invasion of their
right*. The provisions with reference
to taking lands, to paying for them, to
settling thc value by arbitration, are
numerous and varied. They are the
same as exist in all the other provinces
mid are not harder on' thd people of ]
Mtitish Columbia than thoy have been ,
on the people of Manitoba or the people < Intario. The powers given to the
company are certainly oxeoptioinilly
great; but they were given hy a parliament in which British Columliia was
represented as well as tho other provinces of the Dominion, and no part of
tho Dominion clamored for this road
more loudly than did British Columbia,
I hope that some steps will bu taken
if possible forthwith to bring the
judgment of tills court bufuru the
supreme court of Canada, for as the
matter now stands tlio Now Westminster branch and all other brunches in
lirilisli Columbia are in u helpless condition mid at the mercy <>f miaeruauts
who may perhaps (as tho luw now
iifliiuiH»laud«)em-ape pitiiiMhijH'tit.
WEST END
GENTS'
BOLD & SILVER WATOHES
ladles Size Swiss Oold Watches
from Jt2K to Jjfiii, ,
ladles Size American Stem*
wliidini* (iiild Watches, nt
$32.50.
IIKMKMDKIt-Wr; do not sell "filled"
Watches and Jewelry ns solid gold.
Our good* are guaranteed juat as re*
presented, oud piicua lower than any
other house in IJ. 0, ■
COLONIAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
ilnl'lle
The Colonial
Plain ami Fancy
Bread, Buns, Pies, Cakes,
And Cuiifccllnnory always on luiiul.
BEOCERIEU PROVISIONS!
Dfjllvere-i to any pnrt. of tne city.
ESLLT BEOS.,    Columliia Htreol. !
Jc21-to
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU |
Furnishes all Kinds or Help
Free of CHursc.
BOOTiSHOE
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building.
Ity GOOD ASJLNY MADE.
SOI.K AliENT I-nil MAINLAND:
C. J. ROBSON,
Al lilt' New Fruit ami (Jnlifeirtlollery
Hlore, Opposite (Jnloiilrll Hotel, New
Westmlnsler, U. C. JlySSKo
Fire! Fire!
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, SSid.tfpie, ISS6.
MR. (J. ROBERTSON,
Vnncouvoi-j
Hepresenilue.GnltlliJ & McGullocli,
Gait, Out.
Sir.—Vfe tlio utiilfjisliriioil having wit-
nesflC'I tin' torrlUlo tiro wlilcli wlpbii out of
exImttincQ tlio young oily of Vancouver,
on Hit- i;tth inst,, huvc, after tlio lire, ojt-
uniinc'l tlia tiifcs siilil liy you, snme ot
wlilcli wero (nit to tlio most. tiovori'toHt,
having boon surround6U liy Im-go quanti-
Hon of Iiiiil nnd liiicoij, ami wo aro plt'iuti'il
to tofltlfyito the romarknbto manner in
which every Hnfc soltl by you prosorveil
its (-oiitont-*, not only book's nud pupers,
bill nlso tlionsiinds of dollnra In paper
money wore taken out in perfect*condition' Vfe can, therefore* with thu great*
ostt'Oiitldi'iiou.i'eooiniiiond ilium us thoroughly lire proof:
I*. A. Iliuhllton, for tiie Canadian I'nclflu
Rallwny Company; M. A. MacLean-
Mayor; .lohn j. Illnko, Stipendiary Magistrate; Kluh'U. Ale**; un doi-, Justice uf
the 1'unuo; .lolui Moult hoo, 1'ollco Magistrate, City of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justice of the Peace; Isaac Johns, Col.;
Kdwurd 19. Kami, Heal 1-j.stato ilrokur;
lt. llalfour, Aldormun; John Hunk In,
Ileal Estate Broker; Pither A Editon,
Roynl Hotel; II. F. Keofi r, Contractor,
C. P, R,i J. W. MoFiirlifd.l, Port Moody,
to Vancouver and English Bay; F. C.
Innes & Co., Real Estate Brokers; A. \V.
Boss. Real Estnte Broker; Gravely it
Hplnks, Real Estnte Brokers; R. C. Ferguson, Mgr. R. C. P, MIUh. Je30t«
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAMKB FISHKK, Proprietor.
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES',1 TOMBS,
TABLETS AND CROSSES, FURNITURE MARBLE, Ac.
Persons living at a distance, by sending
a description of what they wish, can have
designs, prices, etc., furnished on application. Altwork guaranteed equal loany
on tho Paelllc Coast, and at reasonable
rules.   N, it,—No ugentH employed.
Gordon Street, Victoria, B. C.
Opp. St, Andrew's Presbyturinn Church.
mil into
JOHN S. COX,
Importer and Dealer in
INCMTDINU
WM1TF LEGHORNS,
BROWN IiBOIIORNS,
PLYMOUTH  ROCKS,
LANOSHANOS,
While Creeled Blaek PoUnili,
Kulnm Fowls,   Rttuen DliekH,
White Pekin Dneka.
Pit Gnuiee, HoiMlaili.
iMUllnl* nml Kkzh tiitppHcil at low rntes,
and nil sliurlt gnnmiitoirif.
Koynl Avenue, Xasl of Douglas SI.
inliJllc
New Westminster, Dual Harbor
and Seattle Route.
THR STEAMEK
(J. W. TARTE, Muster.)
WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVEKY
TUiiwilny Morulas nt lo'ufurk, for
New WcRtnilimter mul Conl Harbor, vlu
Port Townsend mid the Islands; arrives at
New Westminster on Friday forenoon,
lenves for Coal Harbor nbout two bourn
afterwards; lenves COAL HABBOn rrl.
ilny Sluhl for Seattle,
Fare to Seattle $*.«
Freight per ton  i.M
Special rntes tn merchants.        aplOtc
9
TltaM&eo.
i" ( mil
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
—IMfOOTIKH AND UKAHtti IK—
Books,
Stationery.
Fancy Goods,.
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
Magazines,
Toys, etc.
A Private College!
_—FOIt	
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
'  WILL HE OPENED AT
ROSS BAY, VICTORIA, B. G.
 ON—
MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1886.
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,   and  second   to  no
Mouse in British Co-
\. luinbia.
ft
Importer uud Dealer in
Family Groceries!
NEW WSTMIHSTER.       PROVISIONS.
THK   BUILDING   HAS   Iii   LARGE
KiHiins ami   Is well furnished with
rfljrjfiier gluten, bath rooins, ke., Ae,
KMii'llont opportunities for nil kliuisof
lit'alt lifn 1 oxerclsL's, Int-lLHlliig boating and
but lil ii tc.
Pupils will be mnde most comfortable
and thulr gcnm-fll wHf-u-r -.-.irefiilly eon-
Blderod.
A COMPETENT STAFF OF INSTRUCTORS
will l)i> liiuliilnliii'd.
I'lx'-i'iicnt iiictiU-ics will ho iiirorilt'd for
lusti'uetlon in KmllHh, 4'uuimrri-lal,
41iihkIi''iI ami .Moilrrii Lnugat-j-r Kiibjct'ls,
with IiiNtrumeiilnl .HmnIc   .
Application KortiiN, Rpferencos and full
Information furnished by
KKV. t\ J. BRENTON, H.A.,
Nkw AVkstminktkh,
June l), im. ilwjly-.>lt«
MONUMENT
I        SOLE AGKNTS FOR-
The Henry P. Wilier R&uo,;
Ol llorton,
The Dominion Organ,
Ol llowmuivllle, Out.,
' Anil ngfiiU fur all tlie Inillng Amiilc.n
PIANOS & ORGANS
SPECIAL  FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
On. the premiMi, aa neatly anil chea-ply
hh at any othtfi eitaMiabmant tn thi
Provinc«.       *
—AQKNTR   FOK	
Confederation Lift Assurance Co..
North British and Mercantile Fire
Insurance Co.
mHK UNDKKHIUNKI) HAS HEKN Al'-
I pointed aseut in llrltlsh LVlumhiafor
tlii'so iit'iHiilful inoiiuiiu'iits. Kill) particulars us to pi-ifL's and ili'ili*m> on application. CHAS. I. ROBSON,
At tlie Fruit and Confectionery wore, op-
poKltot 'olonlal Hotel, Xew Went in I nster,
B. 0. inli.'ilte
 Agent* for FiratOlaaa*-• -
HE ai 8IMUSM SATES
OUR BUSINESS AGENCY,
DO YOU WANT TO BUY OH NKI-I- A
liiiNtiiPss, Inke a partner, eto.
PICKERING & GO.
yKKIOEi Port Bti i, liclwcnn iiiiiibIiis
rrnrl llnniiilitnii, VIUTOIIIA, B.C.    I'. O,
biw iin. mli87
Wood and. Goal.
WM. ROSS j importedin gua^tity, | ClOlMllfi;!   ClOtMlIg!
IMI'OH'I'KIl AND IIKAI.KH IN
BOOTS and SHOES
Thu French l.i'nolr.liootljenr, Pinkerton, Cochrane, Ctunlli t Go,.
Amies Holden ind Sinter
Boots ind Shoes.
•I1IIK millsl'llllIKH HAS UN IIAN'IIA
I   lnn*fliiiiiinillyof
ItPSf \VFLLI\TiTO\ UJI1P COAL
Ami nu UKMii-hiii'iH of
CORD WOOD,
Willi* lm will null nl Imi'OKl ruloH.   Ilo
will nlNii iimiii]ilJv nli.iKl Iiiul) Itlnilsnf
*r-BiA.i*ri3»-r».
ilhli'i" lirfl nt Mr. MoOoll'nilOrponao-
lillilliln Nlri'irl, or I my luium., DiiiiuIiin
mri'r't, will   IIH'H   IV lh   jirolltpl ' lli'rrllrill. ;
LA1HKH ANI) lilJNTI.KMKN AUK UK-
HllPtlfllllj
ItlU lllll HlOI'k.
n|ipc(fnlly lllvltcil toi-ril! imi.1 exuni- ;
I lilivunlRonii hiihil tho
M<ll<ll-< IVtllltN I.KATNKH WATtJR.
lllillT HJIKK ROOT,
WIlluJi UriW Irtki'S lln- |i|ni'u nf Kll'n tirrrrtw.
Mia
I First-Class in quality,
| Sold at B6ttom Prices
The best Place in the
Oity to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
Peaiie'i Urick Illock,
|     NKW W KSTMIN8TER. B. ft
LAND KKU1STIIY OltlllNISCK, 1810.
Nu
IIKNIIY KI.I.JDTT.
.- W.'Mlmlilslur II. I'. Jlyllltu
Estate of Trapp Bros.
A Mi AMOUNTH IHU-; To THK AMOVE
R'ltnffl liiimt bo lniiil lo Mr, T.'J. Trnpp
..f l|i<> llrm nf T. .1 Trnpp A Co, Now
\V'i'i!mlnsli'i', du ur lii'fiiic Mi<>.1Ih( AiikiihI
ln.if.,Mtlifnvisi* Mi-'v will In- plnniiil In tin-
liamtioftlicHOlii'lioi-of iiHTsiate forlm-
t Iinti-nil Imi lun.
1KII-T irAUVKY.
Iteri'lvcr In I'Xiilcnf Trapp nro»,
ihvnilini.l
Notice to  Persons in Search
of Farms.
i mill". TOWNSHIP  OK HUNItKY CON-
|     lulus si'Veriil l-'urms  which   an- for
milo, Tbo inn.) is of ,-x.*.*l I'-nt iiiinlltr—tile
i verv h)»t In tlie province.    The  lleevo
ami Council arc most anxloux lo itcrure
. (IchIi'iiIiI'- m-ltlcr**.   Aiiplleiitloii   lo them
will receive pminpl alleiitinft.   Tho rnaild
: In Din towiiHlilp are t'n.nl. ami there are
' chiirclicH, HelioolH- nml a (own hall,
• THOH, HIIANNON.Hecve,
(Mover Valley I', O,
II. T.TIMHKT, Clerk.
Jnl'.'lc Hull's I'ralile]'. O.
I.hIn Nim. lHHHiul 1IH III Hie Timn nf Pari
lln in m ond Jiuirl Inn.
WHRHKAH TIIK  CKHTIKICATK OF
Tlllnof I'nnl Mumiv lothenlinvc-
I nietilloiicil I((,|.-.-  Iiiih linen lost or tleslroy-
cii, and ii]i|)1lcallon linn (infill mmlo fnr a
; duplicate llicreof;
Nolle-'In theiefore hereh)'Itlvi'il nf mv
I luloiillon to tKNiie   a fre-m ('erililcate nf
! Tllle lu  Ih f that HoloHlorileHlmved,
nnlo'-i ciMi.ic he Bliown   to  tiio contrary
1 wllliln one month from lln-dnte hereof.
It. \V. ArtMMTRONO,
Depuly Kei'lHlrar.
llllllil IteKlstrv Ollice,
New WcHtiillllNfec, Hnl .llllv, 1HHII.
il-iiii:iml
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
Hm Ji»t Received
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
A Largo Quantity of
Hoys'' nnd Youth's
Clothing-!
7 Cases of American
FELT    HATS
Aim, n lllll liim ol
6ENTS' FURNI3HINQ OOODS
—HK NOW HAH	
Tbe lent Amorlnent In Ike ibo-re
Line erer exhibited In New
Weitmlniler,
LATEST   STYLES
Al isY/tOtt hl,iit|r|n 1*,.|,.#.|* for ,'Hlllt
tall »J«H»   mil   Mulir  Vniar Hrlrrllaia.
COIUMIH 8IKII   Of,. B*HK If I. C.
BHirrme kkciipth.
UKKDS, MOKTIMti S
IlLIiK »r »AI,K,
CUSTOM II0V8R IUXKS,
I1KA8KB. ntoH. Jm™,
0KDKKS, RICKirTS,
And *ll kiiula of IlUnk Honk, uiil 1'l.nk
Fonn. on liwiil. a
 All Ihi Leading	
NEWSPAPERS
 AND	
j PERIODICALS
Regularly received.  Bnburipttotti taken
(or any Publication at oweit ratea.
t-T Wa Import direct from manuftc-
tttran, and cannot ba underaold lu thia
1
Province.
T. R. PEARSON k Q6„
COLUMBIA   8TIIKRT,
lfiw   Weitminiter, B   0.

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