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Array F-'Ovlncie-l Eeeretary
THE BRITISH COLOMBIAN
—IB puBLunin——
Krer) Wednesday A Saturday,
— «l —
D. ROBSON & CO.
OFFICE COLUMBIA STREET. Ehihhce ts Eoi-
TOIIAlUBlmWUI OEnutTMEHT THSOUOH T. R.
Fuiim & Ol'l. Book A Stationery Store.
IBIMI kail, »» joui $180 forOmoa.i
SlforSRIiM.i pajablo fn AdTas.'.. Delivrjred
by Osrrlor or Agent, 11 per quarter, paysbl.
quarterly to Onrrler or Agent.
AOINTS
T. Hi Kisses (Co.	
T.K.FEASIOMiCl	
..VlOTORM.
 Yau.
YVIO   BABEB   m»yboloinrrl orr file «t
Inla rArtn om. p. itnwoii aco.'.
N.w.p.p.1 ArlTortlHlng Bureau (10 Spruce St.l.
where mdvArSTulng contract! mny be mnrlo for it In
MEW V0KK.
lhe §ritteh Cclttntbian.
Wril.r.rl.r Horolnt, July 14, ISM.
Current Events and Opinions.
What a figure is Gladstone today ! He is gigantic, heroic. We
may search the pages of history for
a grander, nobler example of true
greatness, but it will not be found.
There hns been- mnny a battle of
giants, but neVcr before has there
beon V struggle in' which one giant,
firm in purpose, determined to succeed, bearing down opposition in
his forward stride, attracted and
held the attention of a wondering
world. It is Sampson among the
Philistines. It is Gulliver break
ing tlie threads with which the Lilliputians had bound him. Horatius
held tho bridge against un army.
Roland would not ily, but chose
rather to perish with all his comrades at lloncesvnlies. Winkelried
threw himself alone upon Austrian
spears and saved the cause of Swit
zerlitnd. Charles of Sweden scorned
to surrender though twenty thousand Turks surrounded him, and
with .his dozen household servants
he held his enemies at bay. All
these were physical heroes. They
appealed to the imagination of the
world of their day, and tlieir nnmes
have lived while years and centuries
died. When the man of greatest
physical courage was regarded ns
the highest type of manhood, their
deeds were at once the themo of
trembling gmndsires' talcs und the
inspiration of childhood's wild ambition. What Horatius and his
struggle, wlmt Roland and his struggle, were to the world that was,
Gladstone und his struggle arc to
the world thut is. Horatius und
Roland were the typical heroes of
tbe world in armor; Gladstone is
tbe typical hero pf the world, with
a book in its hand. As Winkelried,
impelled to action by n sense of
duty before which mere human fear
paled and disappeared, cast himself
upon the Austrian spears, Gladstone,
urged forward by a sense of duty ito
less strong, springs to tho storming
of ramparts that have been generations in rearing. As tho world of
the past—tho world which leaped
and exulted in the sound of martial
music—honored and blessed the
names of its mailed heroes, the
world of the future—the world it
t eloquence, soienco, and philanthropy
—will honor and bless the name of
Gladstone. We ure living in an
uge of heroic doeds, and we know it
not. Will tho man thnt is to be,
the man who knows nothing of war
save what he learns from books, the
man who regards n battle with tho
-hor,... *''tli which A'e of to-day regard u massacre — will thut man
choose ns his hero Horatius or Roland, whoso heroism he cannot com
prebend, or will he choose suoh as
Gladstone, wjioso heroism ho feels
and understands 1 Remember that
time is swooping us into that age
when the enlightened mun will regard the Horatius-or Roland—the
man with the greatest capacity for
killing—much as tho enlightened
mun of to-dny regards the cannibal
with the greutest capacity for eating
his fellow men. The cannibal with
n capacious stomach is the horo
among his' revolting kinsmen; the
knight with the .surest eye, tho
strongest nrm, tho sharpest sword,
is tbe hero of the world thut is
passing away; tho man with the
clearest bruin, the greatest heaii,
tlw highest courage, will be the hero
of the world that is coming, The
eighteenth .century received the old
heroes from the seventeenth und it
gavo them to the nineteenth. The
nineteenth century has beon drop.
King them one by ono since tho
our of its birth, and tbo twentieth
century will knpw them not. It
will have other heroes—orators,
statesmen, philanthropists, men who
in living have made lifo happier and
better, not men who havo crowned
myriad lives with misery. Aud
Gladstone is the heroic figure of today. His enemies and his friends
alike are lost in their own littleness.
The struggle whioh is in progress
will be known forever us Gladstone's
struggle, nnd the name of no other
leader will be remembered in connection with it, Thore ure two
opposing armies. Tliere is one general. All others—friends nnd foes
—nre privates. When Gladstono
speaks his voice resounds to the
uttermost corners of the earth.
When he is silent the world is waiting for the product of his thought.
Whether he wins or fails, tho world
will never forrjrt the grand struggle
he hns made tor truth, for justice
nnd for tho rights of man Sentlk
Posl.
VOLUME J
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. Q, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1886.
NUMBER i
Ontario	
British Coiumbin
P. E. Wand  8,8.15
 11,322
 2,718
 .J 1,830
These sixty thousand men are employed in 1177 vessels of 48,728 tons
measurement, and 32,021,033 value;
and in 28,472 bouts, of 881*2,257 value.
The ollicial figures of the value of
the fisheries last year are us follows:
Nova Scotia SS^.tW'
New Brunswick  4,005,4.11
Quoboo   1,110,450
P. E. Island  1,293,420
Britisli Colnmbia  1,078,0:18
Ontario  1,342,001
T\  McI.KAJ-, H. D.
bflloe and Besldoneej—Occident Hotel,
New Westminster, B. c.
IT  M. COOPER, H. A..M.D.,
'    PHYSICIAN is HURQEON.
OFFIOE and RESIDENCE-Churclr St.
meat door to Fanners' Home), noar
OolumblaSt., New Westminster, H.O.
OFFICE HOUH8-8 to 10 a. m. j 1 to s and
B.JW to 8 p. m. Culls In town and country promptly attended to. fettto
8)7,722,1173
The most valuable lish to Canada is
tho cod, of whioh 1*4,530,732' worth
Was caught last year. The other'chief
fish were: lobsters, 82,013,731; herring, 82,475,118; mackerel, 91.604,-
420; salmon, 81,162,(148, and haddock,
white-fish, trout and sardines, from
half to quarter » million worth each.
The exports of Canadian fish are, bow-
ever, of special interest, as the figures
show where our greatest trade lies.
Tho Canadian lish exports last year
were as follows:
Tothe United States 83,660,737
" Great Britain....'. ' 1,643,731
" British West Indies.  1,162,808
" Spanish West Indies 718,066
" French Wost Initios     130,286
" South America     295,647
Besides these, the most important
customers for Canadian fish are Portugal and Italy, taking about 8190,000
worth ench. The total Canadian export amounts to a few thousand short
of eight million dollars (87,000,001).
The total cost of the Dominion fisheries servico is given by tho report al
8153,215, a small sum for thc protection of au industry producing nearly
eighteen millions n year, and exporting
eight millions.
D
RH, GAHBOW * HALL,
FbynlcfftMH, Urgeoan *t AtrtiHrkf miu.
Omoi A Hswdence—Columbia Street,
cor. Ohuroh.
N. B.-WI1I vIhIi Ohllllwhack once a
fortnight,
J. Oakiiow, M.D,
T. Hyi,vester Halt., M.P., L.8.A.
Jo&ttc
D"*
P. WELSH*
DRNTrHT,
MISSES. MCELROY A KIT/, HKNIIY
wJbIi to Infortn the Lnillen of New
Westminster tliat thoy have opened a
Dress-Making Establishment
-AT-
mtn» UBO** STORK,-TOMIIIRIA ST.
"Where thoy will bo prepared Id execute
nny orders oiitrimteil tothem in the latent
styles and with al I pouible despatch.
New "Westminster, Oct. flth, KWi.   oc7tc
GEO. A. NEWMAN,
ARTIST TAUiOR
Xew
New Westmlniter, B. C,
Oolonlal Hotel,
ap28to
C.
O, BROWN,
DENTI8T.
Opricie-Over D, 8. Curtis A Co.'s Drug
Storo- Columbia BU, Now Westminster,
RaunMtoll;l:MtoT.
Will visit Chilliwhack the first Monday
and two following*days In each month.
Teeth painlessly extracted,    nu!2
•pttROULD -ft MrCWIX,
BARRISTERS,
SOLICITORS, ETC.
Offloe, Mckenzie Street, Now Westminster,
tnd Granville, & C. delete
Canada's Fisheries.
Tho report of the liahei-iua dopart-
mont gives the total number of men
engaged in tho flaherlea of Canndn ns
olose on sixty tliim-mmi* to lie uxnol,
50,493. Aoonrrtiint to pri-viiicen, thu
numben nro ns follow*:
Nova 8ootf»..i ,*..,..*,,,...2JMW5-
Hew Rmniwloh tn.lM.J
Wheat Production.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Jutin 30.--The
Cincitmnti Price Current will to-morrow print thu result of, apecial investigation with reforunce to tho probable
production of wheat in this country.
It makes tho nguroKato of the winter
orop 2i»5,000,000 Itushuls, against 212,-
000,000 bushels last year. Tho estimate puts California at 00,000,000
bushels; Illinois, 28,000,000; Indiana,
32,000,000: Ohio, 31000,000; Michigan, 25,000.000, and Missouri, 25.000,-
000. Spring wheat is estimated at
140,000,000, H'ainst 145,000,000 laat
year. The quality, of the winter wheat
ia reported to be better than last your.
-  Gladstone and Beecher.
The World'* Liverpool | special of
June 28th snys: Uladat-moand Beecher met for the tirst time to-day. Their
mutual greeting wns full of interest to
the few on-lookers. 'When' thftv mine
forward together upo. n at
thu-Gludstonu meeting tin* ..noniooii
thore wns a demonstration suoh as the
United Kingdom has imt witnessed in
nuy recent political campaign. Gladstone mude a masterly address, last ing
mure thnn an hour awl a hnlf. There
were then renewed and lusty.choruB
cries of "Ueecher, Beecher, speech,"
but good taste forbade it, fur that occasion iit least, and Beecher made his
usenpu after a struggle through the
platform throng that imisted on slinking hands with liim. The Liberal admirers of Gladstone toked Boeclu-r
whnt. ho thought of the premier's
speech;. "Thero is nothing tu be snid
ahout it," ho" ropliod, "Silence'is the
most eI<n|Lit)iit comment I onn make
upon it." '
(irowth of Chicago.
Chicago 'has ronohod an estimated
population of 750,000. . Considering
ot-eryth'iitti, 'this growth is unparalleled
|n the world. ' Half a century ago
Chicago whb a mero village. The
growth in population has'boen mntked
by growth in wealth and the derolop*
ment of'many great industries. • There
is un reason to anticipate an early
chuck to its rem ark nblo process of enlargement, but, on the contrnry, now
onuses,of growth uro multiplying. Thu
time is not remote when Chicago will
become a grent port of entry for foreign vessels and the Qtah) pbjut for tho
distribution of imports to an immense
western   country.     Thu development
of a. waterway that will tumble tho
largest ocean vessels to enttr the great
lakes is only a <*|Uoilinii of timu. The
causes that have led, during the pint
thirty years, to the growth of cities
out of all proportion to tho growth of
the rural population are increasing.
Milwaukee Smtinel,
KggslTivclgiit.
It is annoying to thu brooder of
blooded nnd fine fowls to tind- when
hu offers for sale eggs Hourly twice ns
largo as his neighbors, that thoy bring
no moro per dozen than do tho smaller
ones. Also the consumer is of ton vexed to find thut hum ust pay thesame
price to-dny for n dozen eupfi weighing
a pound thnt ho paid yeBterday for a
dozen weighing a pound and a half.
Besides, au egg from n well fed fowl is
heavier and richer thnn ono from a
common fowl, thnt is*half-fed, so that
weight compared to size ia an indication of richness, Thus, eggs of whioh
eight will weigh-a pound, nro better
aud richer than eggs of apparently the
snmo size, of which tun are required
/or n pound. Of course with ogus at
four nnd live cents a dozen (and hundreds of dozens have been sold In past
years at these figures) it is not much
matter as to size; but when the price
ranges from 25 to 50 cents per dozen,
it is a matter worth looking nfter. It
is high time that this old style of buying and soiling eggs wore discontinued.
It is a reli,- of the past, and reminds
us of thu timo when dressed lings sold
for u dollar ench, without regard to
size, and were dull snle. insist upon
it, thon, you who raise poultry nnd
eggs for the market, that tho price for
eggs him 11 bo bo much per pound, and
then it will be some inducement to
farmora lo raise n belter olass nf fowls,
nnd all will got whnt is thoir just due,
—A riifTiVrtii Rural Home.
For Hnlo 1030 i-bat-told and kits cheap.
Apply nt tills ftfliep, npintc
YTr   NORM AM DOLK,
"       BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Land Agent, Honey to Loan,
Columbia Street,
se2te New* Westminster, B.C.
A    R. HOWSE,
A, Formerly Howie, Hill ft Rlckman,
begs to announce Mat he will resume bus.
Iness as
HmrveyoT, Ural Estate Brwker ami
C'tavfj-nnerr
On and after tlie 21iit Instant  Offlce, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Port Bloody.
■elWo
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE  UNDERSIGNED Iiiih established
himself In tlio Citv of Now Westminster with a FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Whirls li »pcii r«r Eh-jhk'ui- uu at
Terr moderate Minrgcs.
Orders left nt tho Colonial Hotel or Kent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
to dny or night. Stable next If. Elliott's.
JOR. CATER.
Telephone No. !UI. mylte
AUSTIN BRICE,
Carpenter & Builder
Plans nnd Speclflrnllons ror nil
kinds of Buildings carefully Prepared.
JOBBING NEATLY AND OABKFDL*
LY EXECUTED.
All orders left nt Occident Hotel, or at
the shop of \Y. Johnson, Columbia street,
will receive prompt attention. Your favor solicited. joOto
lt-rrm- ily --iiip|--*/'-<l by A. Ur-rgg
A* Mon, Victoria.)
AS OPENED AN EHTABLIHHMENT
._   on his own nccount, In the City of
. ew westmtlister, and has no connection
Whatever with his former employers; a.
Gregg A Son,   I'cj-bohn wishing
GARMENTS OF ANY KIND
Man. nu iii Ibe l.t. ■! Slvl.. »il III a
Flrrll-t'liu. ninnurr
SJjoulil cnll on OEO. A. NEWMAN,
lniyjfiir      AtGoMiiU.no'R, Front-Street.
HO! for GRANITE GREEK
The Driard House
IS THE BEST HOUSE TO STOP AT IN
branite crry.
-niltST-CLABS ACCOMMODATION, ant
JD tlif Tnble aupplled villi overy poaul-
tile ilollcncy, Tho hotel Is under the per.
noniil inniinireiiicnt of the well-known
caterer, B. P. Boyoo.
BOYCE *• CAIRNS,
mlUlo Proprietor..
J.A.CAWLEY&C0.
HAVING PURCHASED TIIE
Miingle Mill
Pomp Factory
At POPCUM, are prepared to execute all
Order, promptly and to the ■atlitactlon
or their cuetomera.
All MM* •rmvilUII lUm ,. .m,r.
J. Ai CAWLEY * OO.
J»Mc POPCUM, EC.
TOHW PKHBERT'IV,
MINING ANU LAND SURVEYOR,
ACCOUNTANT and
GENERAL AGENCY OFFICE,
Map. and Drurlnga nealy executed.
0n.Ur ,s atiTrt, Vancuvrr, ■.**,
rn j.vhavp,
AUO'l'MMEER *.ND APPRAISES,
Columbia  're.i New Weitminiter
-.All eommUaioiis will re^lfa prompt
aud care/ul attontlon. Beit reference.
given when required. mhlJMo .
J.C. HUGHES,
Real  Estate  Broker, Auctioneer,
CoitTeyaocIng, etc.
Opposite 1'ost Offloe,    New Westminster.-
Will shorth open nn oflloe utVancou-
*cr, Ootl-Hnrbur,
Corresponli-iH'o solleltetl, i        no2Htc
W. D.TERMS,
UK HERE ul'
Bt i and Debt Collector.
SKVEgAl 9IMI FAKSB TOR B'Ail.
'nu r.r Ike THAIKtKl-a IWII aad
ACtlUEVT M»IIASI<'E t-'OMPA-IV,
HanikM, nu.
'eatmln-
««0
)FFIOE:-F«lTli Slrcat, New We
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAKF STREET . VICTOIUA.
-A.QJB1ITTS   FOB
North Britisli and Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
36 Finebnry Clreiia,
London, E. C.
H. KELLS,
MamtfHcUirei' A Importer of
BOOTS ™>
" _SHOES
ftadlca', CeiilH*,   Mlsseii' nml Children's
■mis, HbofN antl ttnlferg
Undo to Ordor and Kept on Hnnd.
M.UMIA 8T«IT, ~-*~ OPP, HYACK HALL
NEW  WE8TMIN8TKH, KO.
mh-llt!
WALSH
Tlie Model Mr
ColumbU St., New WeBlMlniter.
HAVING JUSTBECBIVEDOUR NEW
Sprl ng Stock, we Invito Inspection of
tin1 finest selection of
English, gcnlell, firrawnt French,
nnd Amrrirnn
BB^SUITINQSI
Ever shown In Now Westminster. We
havasoourod tho services of MR. HUGH
O'HAOAN,a practical Cntterwhohas had
long e-cperlence In London, Paris, and the
lendingouiitcrn cities,nnd fornQOODFIT
nnd urlisili! style we defy competition,
inhSUlo THOa WAL8H.
STEAMER
it
GLADYS"
CHANGE OF TIME.
-jTNT-I,   PUTtTHEIl
Ll ■ leave Rwen ts Cn.'i
MONDAY fotOHILMW
NOTICK WILL
- whirl! Ilt.7ll.nl.
ItAl'K nn,1 Wny
Woods, Turner itt
LAND SUfiVEfNS,
Keal  Bstate,  Insurance and
Commission Agents,
Fint, un, msciKirr * itMw inwiuiice
UOLUMBIA 8TRBRT,
Telephone*-. NEW WnTHISimat,
 ilollHc
It. II. PITT. M. PH'KUH
PITT •& OO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
-Axn-
General Commission Ag'ts
VANCOUVER. B. C.
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
_______ teZlle
DAY. Irf-ow at 7 u. m. THLMtSDAY for
Hope wid Way PJuccs, returning onSnt-
urdiy,
' Through connection with the 'TEASEK'
to and from Victoria,
i   ForFrolklit or PflSsago. apply on uoard
1 orto
sin. i)iui-i-.u,
■psto       s • On the Wharf.
RAND BROS.
ORAL BITATB BROKERS,
Ctmrej-mu-frf, C«lltcl*ri,
And lMitir«nce AfftMtf,
Offlees at VICTOIUA: Kort Street,
NNWWKATttJNWraR(Col'A-|i.
lilnKt...i|>positi. pout Offlce.
VANCOlTVElt, Conlovn Street.
RUIMIINO LOTS for nnle III nil flections
of Vaiioonvcraml New Wentmlnitter City.
Iiitiiftley, Sfutjif|iii, Human, Mud Hiiy,l.iid-
nor-H LiuidiiiKt I'lilu Islnnd, North Arm
nnd Pitt Hlver.
Map* nnd PlmiH exhlblti-d and the full*
(■nt Information ftiriilHhPdntiillonrofllre-i
Port Hammond Nursery!
VfOW IB THR TIME TO HEND IN
li your order*, If you wnnt nomo of
diode nion fruit or ornHinontnl trees,
HhrubK, etc.. fiom Ontario, At I return
nlimit the middle of June to Mettle up mv
afTnli-H there and ennie out Ililn full with
the Btock for my nursery hot*, and will
Melee! nnd hrlni* your ordcri rli*tit nlntui
with me for thin fall und next -.prlmi'i
iilanttntt, I will Kiill--fyi-.il tmlli hk io-11111-
lllyoi tree*) uml fruit, und I will tie hi-tiled
here In the hiiHlneMH no you will know
where lo flnd mn. All communfcRtlm-N
nfter thc mlddleof Junemuy hflnddrviweil
to mo til ltowmanvllle1Onl.,ortoOnrlelon
A Hnrris, Port Ilnminotid.
O. W. IWNUY,
myKto I'lirlWnmmoin
rrlP.k'
•WR&TOO & CO.
MJANnFACTUHEH'r
. ALL KINDS OF I
> PKALERS IS
ITURK.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE C6MP"/.
1 Or.n Broad St. end 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOfcSES ft OTHBR
Buildings, Ooodi, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships iu Port, Hartior or Dock, aiul thi
Cirgocs nf suoh Vessels; also, Ships build*
im- and repairing, Barges and other Vet-
Bola ou navigable rivers and canals, aad
Gooda on hoard such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
PROM LOBS OK DAXA6K BI Fill.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
-81,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can bo obtained on applioation to
W. J. ABMSTB0NS,
Agont for New Weituluster.
J. G. BUNTE,
Importer and Dealer lu
First-Qti: in
•print, Hair, WmI ud Stt.vr
JHattrcsB, to Order.
Blwikirt», Cluiiibur Seta, Window eludes
OII clothir, Matting, Wall Paper,
Buttetl, Bird Cojee, FlowerWu,
HansJnK Baskets, Ploturcs,
Frames, Brackets,
Baby (Jarrlaies, etc.
nrnm tmurnt* .., Irpalrlx dear
(••War, Also,
Untterhklng; Embilmlng • iptcMly,
I'lBiise give uhh call before purchasing
else\rhere. J. o. BUNTE,
Opposito Posl Offlce, Columbia-Street,
aplftc Hew Westminster.
Sunnyside Hotel,
GEANVILLE, B. O.
H. HKHLttir,
PKOPBIItTOK.
COTTACE TO RENT
| N A P1EAJSANT PART OF THE CITY.
Apply to
WOODS, TUKNEK ts GAMBLE.
 apiBIc
FOR SALE:
ACRES-IMrHOVKD  *ARM.-
EftsyTerms. Applyto
W. U, McDOUGALL,
Jnl2lc Elgin P. O.
440
House to Rent.
/COMFORTABLE: OWE.' LING, Queen'*
\j  Avenue; contains 7 rooms, wftli
_   Avenue; conlalnn 7 rooms, with out*
bouses, Ae.  Apply on the premises,
MRS. WARRFIN DeBECK.
imbcs, a
Hll27tC
Store to Let.
IHE STORE NOW OCCUPIED BV 0.
Leiser, opposite the Colonial Hotel.
SPENCE'S BRIDGE, B. O.
HfE BEG TO INFORM YOU THAT
" wc hnve leased the Morton House
at Spenoe's Bridge from Mr. Murray and
that It Is newly fitted up and comfortably
furnished. We would re-spectfully solicit
your pattonage and we promise It yon
will favor us with It to do all we can to
satisfy you In evory respeot. Mrs. Reid,
Who has had much experience, will attend to the culinary department
Weremnln, yours respectfully,
Je88m5 REID A XF.YY,
COME AND SEE I
-ROYAL CITY-
REMOVED
M* To shop InU'ly occupied by Mr. Daroy
Coiumbin Slreel.
.< Call nnd. examine our stock mul prices
iK'fi.ri-hiiviii--.   Wocuu't lie rsiWRKOLD
Hi tlii'i-lty.   Hi'imlrliiKofiilt kinds nriitly
done. Vf. PROTHERO A CO.
Hclfilo
WEBB'S
Everybody says tlicy
are poor, but I have
■3*rown rich by keeping the best articles
in my line, and not
having two prices but
treating all alike.
Vfrj Small Profits jmtl (|ulck
Return!!," In my motto.
GUNS,
Rifles,  Hevnlvers, Ammunition, Fishing
Tackle, and ull other sporting goods,
A full lino of
BAR FIXINGS,
Including Tumblers,   Fancy   Decanters,
Cards, Dico, Poker Chips; u lnrge
assortment of
CUTLERY, YANKEE   NOTION8,
And all other Fancy Qoods,
Pipes, Tobacco nud Cigars, mul other
tompemnoe It-tim from n needle to nn anchor, too mention to iiiiiuim-oiis utl of
li Irh t mi bo Inspected at tho
HOLE IN THE WALL,
f 9>umbla Slreet, New Wcshiiinnii-r, ll c,
-'■ **        *   anflr
W.R.AUSTHT,
DEALEB IN
Beneral Mon.kaadiii 1
A lnrge Assortment of
DRY GOODS
-AND-     ■
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND. I j t
Hay and F*0«d
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WOOD AND COAL DKUVHUB TO
ANV PAKT OF THB CITY.
Weriintw'>Ntni*esdany,exoaptSund»yi,
to Port Moody, curry Ins H.M.8. nails.
As no liquor or tohnroolsosed weeun by
temncrnte hnliiis aud careful economy
serve tht) public ut esneefnlly low mtei.
OOMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard  Street,
1ST TZSIlilllSIffi, B. I,
MAHUFACTUREHS AND DEAU!ItS
IN ALL KINDS OP
R0U8H AND DRESSED
w.
IAV1NO TAKEN
• the "Tem;
H. HOLD-EN,
P08UBR/JI0N  OF
ililenillil location for n dry goods store.
' ' '"" '—AUKUstnei-f,
wnfirn
1'tiK.ei.Kloli Klvirn on orubout
Eiiqulru nt the premises,
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANG
ley Sow und Plnnlne. Mill: mill In
(llllll      IU
v on the
foodorder.	
premises lo if. WEST,
Or, lleun, DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplSto A HELMCKKN, Vletorla.
Farms for Sale
ON NORTH ARM OK ERASER RIVER.
The undersigned ofll*rs for bhIo partially improved farms of the following bIkcr :
ao acres, 80 acres, 100 acres, 306 acres.
For terms, etc., apply to
Wm. H. ROWLING,
fo27tc Norlh Arm.
the "Temperance House,"fronting
•lumblaand Church Streets, opponlte
Episcopal Cliurch, and now known
its me
FARMERS'HOME I
Will accommodate the traveling public
at the following rales:
Board per day .-...„.«« tl -00
"      "   weok , _.. 6 00
Single Meals     25
MLGood accommodation for adles and
families, my«c
BOAT FOR SALE.
A WELL-BUILT BOAT, aboul 3 Tons,
il copper fattened, newly painted, and
In flrstpi-fass order-together with all belongings complete, viz.: mil, jib, oars,
rowlocka, rudder, ropes. Ac-all In good
order, ■aroan be had ehenp.
Applyto -t.    O. Q.MAJOR.
 Jn5tc
TEMPERANCE
RESTAURANT
Cor. Mary and Columbia Sti.
MISS RUMEnV HAS OPENED A
flrst-class Boarding House und Res-
taurnnl in Mie promises formerly occupied
by Mr. W, H. Keary.
Boarders taken by the day or week, und
patrons of the home secure all the com-
forU of a .homo.,
Meals served at ull reasonable hours.
Hot eotm und light refreshments,   Free
readliu- room attached.    Miss Rumcry
pci-Konally superintends the cooking,
TERMS' MODERATE.
mli me
THE
LTO
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
a-
F. CRAKE,
PRACTICAL
JEWELER,
COLUMBIA STRFET.     MEW WESTMINSTOI,
oiuuMiie < iiiiiiiMhnm it,:;.
M-l.ATI! MANAOEIt FOB SAVAOE A
[.YUAN, MONTREAL .i„
r-iraiiomelen, Brptiltn, I hruf
srniilitrs, ind all Ine Witob ■ '■•'
repairs a Speclalt)'.        I*
ANY ONE HAVING WATCHES Willi*
Inivn lioen Injured by Incompetent
wnldi twwlran cun lie made equal to tuw
again, MWEfcltY ot all kinds made and
ilretl.    All work warranted) chattel
loriitc.  Esllmnles,lven treoofclir-^
Af*-*^" .ITBIM, KUilJt, n.i
|-*'*-s     Watekes and *ewelrr rkr»f»
than any other house Ir b. c.
^LADIM" SOLID 13 CARAT GOLDAi
EKIOAN STEM WINDING WATOIW
iiei'imitc llmokeo*iciii.*0.'i! tisiin! prloe,!*J
dedtc
FAIR WARNING.
Net Floats, Trays
AND ALL KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
D«ors.
Windows,
Blinds.
Frames.
Mouldings.
Brackets,
Railings.
.Balusters.
Newels,
tN-foSihit-rA all Iln'i •*
1TGRNED    WORK.
rsettel
pDTJCET
^TAilTCOUVEE
emit,
. I>*nn1d
...... .if Julv noxl, iitlieiwlso they will be
plnood Mi tin' liiunis of n collcotor.
Jpaihi ORO. HOWISON.
HASTINGS, B. I.
rnHis nm and commodious
X new Hotel has been recently oom*
plefced and is furniihed' with every convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations are unror-
pasaed on Hn-rrard Inlet, which hn« H*
come the most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in Britisli Columbia The prospect b
charmio-r, the see hreetes are invigorating, and the facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Inning Booms. Suites of apartments for families or parties. Tl. *Stf
is entirely detatohed from the main
building.
First-class stabling and feed for Horses. Buses to and from New Westminster twice a day.
QEO.
jySMtc
BLACK,
Proprietor.
wek,
CAN
SECURE   LOT8
JIM axu AMD 301
*m«VT CASH PATMMfT.
Wotice to the Public.
 J MORRISON who has been tor
•Ofteen years en pined In tlie city of
^Westminster rm conveyancer, Land
* len'eral Arent, Auctioneer nnd Color Ren ts.Uo hts, 4c, has removed to
 -City* Hehnshwl considerable
tee la Uie County nnd Polioe Court*;
A IX AMOUNTS OVY, mj_2_illa_U__^
iW,   *}u-w,'} mm '"' J,n,,, Vn or befnreifir 'ffQi>1iceTHia oflloes nro ovor Mr. Wilson's
andMhisMiarRAMwere nlWRys _   	
j tp .hopes for a continuance of public con*
nflthcerHlsoffloesR
atnn, VaDMHiver Olti.
Vancouver tlly, «h March, 1SW.
mbSie
TownsMpofSniTey!
Notice to Persons in Search
of Fanes.
THBTnWNfe-Hir OKSURRBYCON-
taiiiK several Parnid whieh. urt tor
snle. The niid isol exeellNnt qnalltv—Ibe
ven* ben! In the province. Tho Keeve
nml 'Viii' " nre n.ost mi*:*i*u** to sroure
dc-ii- .; "■■itlffs, Applic«i,'oii to lhem
wl- "■-<■(• i prompt attention, Tlio'rtads
hi ... :<i imliin nre uood, nid JhereHre
.-linnlics - houlfi, nml 11 t-,wn hail,
JHOS. SHANNON, Reeve,
Clover Vull-ty V. O.
H.T.THUIFT, Clerk,
jnl2tc Hall's I»rnlrleP. O.
Farm for Sale I
X Acres In Township Two. Good tor a
Btock torm. Fresh water stream running
through centre of farm. Partly prairie
and alder.  Good log house.
For terms, Ac. apply to
,      WOODS, TUBWER A GAMBLE.
NewWest,,B.C.. Mth May, 1888.  m22m3
For Sale or To Rent.
THE UNDERSIGNED offera a Farm tor
, tor sale or rent. Also. Mlloh Cows
and young Cattle, Hogs, and a tow young
Horses. Thure are several pairs of good
steers that would make excellent working
oxen. Also, one of the'largest und best
Hulls .a the province. The slock Is alt
very gentle.
M. NICHOLSON,
mliatc MountLehmanP.o,
GOOD RANCH for SALE.
1AQ A£??? °.N, "BAND PBAIRIE.
Ot« Best lund In upper country; title
rrt-wu grunt; all fenced; '1 enm fences:
gwHl dwelling house; t.-teellent water
privilege; 8 dltohes for irrigation and domestic purposes. Good mads; au miles
from Kamloops. Term* eiwy. Pnrt under
cultivation.     Apply to
A. CLEMES.
jlyiihl' Htwnoe's Bridge.
FvOR   SALE.
TtUT DEKIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
l-ot 7, situated on Provost stroet, be-
tween Mary and McKenzie streets, now
lu Uiiificoupbtloiiof Capttiraiit; contains
8 riHiiiis with usual oflices.
Valuable City Lots.
Farms near Citv.
Farm-' on Pitt Meadows.
rntuHoit Mud Buy.
80 acres 0/ Lund ut Whonock Batlwnv
Station.
74 ncres of vulnubiv Lnnd 2 mile*from
City mi HH-itliigsUniid; la^cordsof Cedar con Id be cut.
Apply U) .
CAPT. PITTENDRIGH,
JeSStc     IJUid Agent, New West inlnster.
FOR
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LAPNER'S
Luidlnc, on the Trunk Wagon
Ro»d; ti-ootMrraadsninnlnKthtoiifh
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de32tc Ladner's Landin*;,B,C.
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes all Kinds or Help
Free of Chirge.
OCR BUSINESS 4&ENCY,
DO YOU WANT TO BUY OR HELL A
nusiacsK, inke a partner, etc,
PICKERING ft GO.
nKKlCEr Koit Ptnret, liciwoon Itouuliis
uml Hroiiglilr.n, VIOTUUIA, 11. C. P.O.
llo^ IM. lnll«
ESTABLISHED 1899.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Heirly (ppoilte tkt Coloilal Mtel,
NKW WESTMINSTER.
THK LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
•Mortmmt ef all demrlptioni ol
MEATS AND VE6ETABLES
CoasUiitly on hand, and supplied to Fam.
Hie,, R-stmirants, and Stujnboata at the
r/lWUST I'OHKTRUC PRICKS.
PorSale!
(ON EASY TERMS)
• »pa» of Work Horsfi,
I* Csr Units,
tUtU Units,
t Saddle Hants.
t joke Work Oion,
I Can l«ee Team,
1 Piano In good order,
i Buip Carl* with Iron Alien,
A Maker of teemd-kaad Wheel
Barretts,
I BiH'Ifejc Mower mem,
1 Uklea llaj Rake,
For pnrtienlnr* Bpply tn
T. J. TRAP!*,
liljiflr Allctlotieer, N. W.
Every Nan lo his own Business
jA..   PEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(orr couwiai, hotkli,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
rhyilclann' 1'rencrlplloiu ai.d Faai-
Ily leclpei a Bpeelall*.
N. B. — Ouly.'JjcmiJne Drugs used.
Over twenty v«n' experience.    mr23
CHAS. J, ROBSON,
Importer and ntiik-riii
Fruits, Confectionery,
FANCY BISCUITS.
Columbia Street,
Opp. Colonial Hotel, New Westminster,
•npedal Kales I. Faailltr. pmrekas-
lai rmtts far preservlaa.
A FULL LINK OF FANCY
Claisware and China,
Fruit Jars, and
Jelly Tumblers.
Ail oninn tilled *noma*l*>.,.    , j,nm NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Notice John Low
Notioe W. J, Armstrong
Pi»oo Tuning N. P. Stramberg
Entertainment.Templars of T'mpVuce
Land Registry R. W. Armstrong
Wu British Columbian.
Yft4mt**my McrnlUK, July 14, ltUHJ.
We boy-e the farmers of the mainland will :;■>» lose sight of the approaching provincial agricultural ex-,
hibition which is to be held this
'year at Victoria. Since the open
ing of the C. P. R. a great many
strangers have come to the province
looking for new fields for the investment of- capital, and the resources
of the country out to be put proini
nently before them. This can be
done well by making the best possible display at the coming exhibition. Our agricultural resources,
although not so extensive us those
of some other provinces, are large
and very important, j
But our people iu tliis district forget
that Mr. Robson ia now a Victorian. -
Guardian of June 30,
It is an open secret that the provin
cial secretary has been at all times pronounced in his hostility to Victoria being
the capital of British Columbia,-*-Times
of July 9,
These two extracts, from tlie opposition organs on the island and
mainland, are u, fair sample of the
weapons which have been used, and
are constantly being used, by unscrupulous politicians. One of the
organs is undoubtedly falsifying the
faets. Mr. Robson cannot be n
Victorian in the sense intended by
the (ktardian and be hostile to Victoria being the capital. But the
mainland organ supposed there were
some raainlanders whose mindsmight
he prejudiced against the provincial secretary if he were represented as n Victorian, and it did not
hesitate to tell nn untruth to meet
the circumstances.
by disinterested persons. Hut in
a matter like this the press cannot
be too careful how it sows the seeds
of distrust. Many people have
given liberally .to the relief of th^
Vancouver sufferers, and it will hi
very disheartening if they find tliat
their generosity lias been made the
means of misappropriation. On the
other hand there may be cases of
real distress still existing, and it
would be a great pity if anything
was done unwisely to dry up the
avenues of supply before alt such
cases have been provided for. It
would be best under the circum
stances for the committee to make
some statement for the satisfaction
of the public mind.
How lt stands.
Totlay wc publish tlie result of
the voting in Yale and Cariboo districts. In each of these constituencies two supporters of the government aud one oppositionist* havo
been elected, AU the returns aro
now in except those for ^Cootenay
and Cassiar, and the noses count as
follows:
IOVERNMKST. .
oei-onmoj.*.
Smithe
Beaven
Davie
Bole
Kobson, ;
Stenhoiise *
Prior
'  Ladner
Turner
■Orr
Davie (T.)
Semlin
John      .   .
McT*ce8c-7
Anderson
Pooley
Higgins |
Croft
Dunsmuir
Raybould
Martin
Vernon
Alien
Cowan
Mason—18.
The opposition organs at Victoria are singularly lacking in enthusiasm over the result of tlie prr
vincial elections. The Standard
has scarcely a word to say, and tlie,
editorial columns of it and the Times
continue to be filled with articles
clipped from exchanges. Both
these organs were in the front ranks
of the prophets up tq.. the dny of
polling- but instiicatioft seems to
.Jfefeftfortafien? A-fin ntterj|. As
for ttie opposition organ in this city,
it is unspeakably sad. There were
two objects for which it and its
frienda labored most zealously and
lied most persistently. One was
the defeat of "Honest John," and
the other was the defeat of the
government. But "Honest John"
came in nt the head of the poll, and
the government is sustained by at
least 3-tolinlb$4Kjt -fcWSIft* No
woa^ft*^(^3M3cb*erAl with
confusion.
*"??——-—
Hon. Alex. Mackenzie, who lately
crossed the Atlantic on a visit to
the old country, was presented with
a very flattering address by Rev,
Dr. Nelles on behalf of the passengers of the steamship shortly before reaching the other side. In
his reply Mr. Mackenzie said: His
administration had fallen iu an attempt to harmonize Canadian commercial policy with that of the
mother country, where it had heen
most successful. The issue was
plain and the result of the electoral
contest wns that the projected
policy failed, and of course he and
his colleagues retired. He might,
howover, say that that policy would
triumph yet. He trusted it would
speedily do so, as he believed it was,
if not essential to the unity of the
empire, at least most important tliat
Britain and her great colonics should
follow the same policy in regard to
commercial and fiscal legislation.
No doubt could he entertained that
Oanadians should, as a general rule,
do what was best for Canada, but it
was also desirable that iu the general interest of all portions of the
empire the mother country and tho
great colonies should act together,
while as a great civilizing power
Britain should pursue such n policy
as would foster and promote and
protect liberty of action in buying
and .selling, und our patriotism
should not be supposed to be subject to any strain in following such
a course, especially if the course is
abstractly the right one.
As the count now stands the
government has a majority of 11.
If. Kootenay * and Cassiar both go'
opposition, whicli is not expected,
the government would atill have
two to one in the house. In view
of these facts the folly of this city
and district sending three oppositionists as colleagues of the provincial secretary must be sufficiently
apparent. It has already been
shown that tho present government
has done a great deal more than-
any previous one for this city and
district, and as the charges brought
against it have been of the most
frivolous kind, it was both the duty
and interest of these constituencies
to give it a generous support. I We
are satisfied the eleotors have been
deceived by unscrupulous canvassers who had personal ends to serve,
and that the result does not represent the wish of a majority in the
constituencies. ' What hus been
dono cannot now be undone, howevor, nnd we hope the opposition
and insults offered to the provincial'
secretary hy the two constituencies
which he has so faithfully served
may not cause a change of attitude
on his part. j j
Information Needed.
Firrt ith* ■Gtutnlianr and afterwards the Volonist published statements calling in question the admin-
isttattott ft! the -Tftftcxriiv'er relief
fund, and intimating that there was
no more :a4llffer'the Inxercisn of
charity in this direction. It is very
selddm that anything appearing in
the Guardian is^ worthy of tiptice,
but it is different with the Colonfjk?.
It there it no further need of
assistance to tliote who suffered by
the fire,,OT if there haa been inalnd-
uiinistration of the funds, there
owghU teal* tv,M»M enquiry *mde
The fisheries Question.
Washington, June 26.—A press
despatch from Muntrenl this morning
ijiiotes tlie lion. Mr. Ohupleay, see*
reUry of state, as saying, iu reference
tu the 'fisheries i-uistion, that it'Knight
involve the people in serums complications, but that he had faith in President Cleveland and congress, and had
no doubt that the question would
easily be brought to a practical and
equitable solution. Mr. Chapleau's
faith must be grounded upon something
other than the condition of business
iii the American congress, Just now
that body is engaged in doing nothing
whatever other than the work absolutely necessary hefore final adjournment. The appropriation bills, which
are to provide tho futida'for the con-
duct of the gover-onieut during tho
next year, are still far behind, and the
current year within six days of its
closo. It is absolutely certain that
the fisheries question will not be settled by congress at least before it meets
next Decmrtber, and although there is
a prevalent belief that Ihe secretary of
state is at present attempting to negotiate a treaty touching this question
with tho Imperial guvernment through
the 'American minister at the Court
of St. James, that treaty, when negotiated, cannot be acted upon in the
souate until next winter. If anything
-is done during the present congress it
will simply be to give force to the act
which was Bigned hy the president last
Saturday, which is designed to allow
the chiof magistrate to close the
American purls to Canadian vessels iu
retaliation for the course of the Dominion government towards American
fiahins vessels As it stands, this aot
is inoperative because it fails to provide for the necessary expenses to be
incurred in enforcing it. The president has recommended tlio additional
legislation to congress, and there is a
faint prospect that it will be scoured,
but this is the only thing likely to be
ibi-ju with the fisheries question before
congress adjourns. And if that hoi
any indications which point to a
friendly settlement of the difficulty,
it cannot be seen by any American
statesman, in spite of the roseate hue
nf the situation as seen hy the uyes of
the Hon. Mr. Chapleau.       ., .v
To the Girls.
"I wish some strong, bright angel
stood beforo you just now while ydu*
read, girls, to flash bofore you, aa no
words of t mine can- thi* power you
possess to help or to hinder the cause
of temperance; to mnke you feel yuur
responsibility, Wcuuso you are girls,
in this matter. To shudder at its
weight, nml to never cease trying to
fulfil it. Doubtless you have heard a
great deal about:, the' value of your
smiles; but do you know the value of
your frowns? I wish I could make
you fuel the value uf your frown and
the importance of knowing just what
to frown upon. Whet a men must do
by a blow, a woman can do by a frown.
When the time comes that the young
man who now shares his time in your
society and the saloon, who jokes
about temperance in, yo^.(ipreieiice,
and fakes +, glass socially', now*and'
then, is mmfo-tolfcol that these things
cannot be 'iT you nre to be his companion at party, ride, or church; that
good society cannot tolerate these
things in its members; in short, that
this kind nf maii is unfashinnnble and
unpopular, theu alcohol will tremble
on his throne, uud the liquor traffic
will hide iM cancerous face.— Mm
'Cleveland. "'■'
A (Iiildkx Opinion.--*Mrs. Win. Allan, of Acton, declares thnt Hagyard's
Yellow Oil iaithebest household remedy
in the world-ft* cUlds; croup, sore throat,
burns, senlcW'Kir*r'd' otlicr„hjpa(i}ft11 'com*
plaints.    If er. opini-111 is woll founded.
Fearful Earthquake.
San Fuakuisco, July 12.—Tho str.
Alameda, which arrived to-dny from
Australia brings particulars of the
fearful volcanic eruptions in New Zealand laat month, and which aro among
tho most destructive in the world s
history. Tho first reports of volcanic
disturbances came from Tauranga, in
Auckland Lake district. The natives
of that village wure sharply awakened
from sleep at 2 o'clock in the niuxuing.-
by repeated vivid Hashes of lightning
and which continued at rapid interval
up to 4 o'clock, -w.heh'* a llreniend<m
earthquake occurred, flowed quickly
hy other shocks which were so violem
that people jumped froni their nods
and, paralyzed with terror, tied for
their lives in their niyht clotheB, making no effort to Bave up lake anything
with them, except their children. The
earthquakes cuutinued to follow one
nnother in quick succession up io
7 o'clock, when a leaden colored cloud
was observed advancing from the
south, spreading out until it coveted
the entire sky. While still movltjn it
hurst with a sound like that of thunder
and shortly nfter showeis of tine duit
began falling. Accounts from other
points state that Mount Tanewera wus
the lirst volcano to break forth. Hardly were tho tlmnes seen istuing from
its crater thhn the entire Pncra range
of mountains belched forth iu sympathy, hurling flumes of burning' lavn,
stones and blue mud'over the iur*
rouudiug country. For. llm hvnl timo
in tradition the extinct volcano of
Ruapeha wua awakened1 into activity.
The entire country overall extent of a
hundred nud twenty miles liy twenty
in breadth was nothing but n mush of
flames and hot cvumHliug aoil, Winch
in places rose tu a height of 4000 feet;
capped at the highest point hy lhe
Tekophia Geyser said to be ouo of the
grandest in the world. During all this
time showers of dust adtttiimed to full,
until it became su der.de us to umkc
the day as dnrk as night, and not until
tlie second day did dust cease fulling.
It was noticed that the dust emitted a
strong sulitlmrous smell. Numerous
Binall native villages wero totally du-
stroyed.' Wmroa wns BovereQ Tujllui
depth of ten feet with dust ami asheW
Uahtotuahnna was cuinpleti'ly engulfed,
as were also sdme other sumll villnvi--..
One h'undretl and twenty |iufs->i.h nro
known to have h>Bt thoir lives, nuiH g
whom weru suveral English resideliis*
the loss ot cattle, starved to <l.-nth
from thu destruction of |mslurngil by
the dust, is very great, and great distress exists throughout ■Ancklnufl l.-ke
district, One old Maori nt it mm
was dug out fillvu) ttfiur Imviug been
buried in the a-dius one liuininjii aud
four hours. Evory effort hub iiQidii to
save lhe lives of nthets, but hi mod
onnea where bodies were found, il.ey
.were dead. At the date of tW.-Ju[)ar*
turo of the str. Alameda fmm Auckland the volcanoes wore id ill .'ory
active and lhe tj-mpiii-aiure of tint hot
hikes whs hicreiwhiir.
Mortgages, l»i.c-l*t, Leases, Agree
nuiits of Sale, uud I'lault forma of all
kinds, at T. H. IWioti ft Co'a. '
.'if p
EAU SAPPERTON, .TUl-Y Otii, »
. . Kinnll HKVOI.VKIL wlilcli tlio owner
-an havo by apnlylna to JOHN LOW,
JlmiK'ltoHiiw Mlflf anil paying cost of ml*
vortlalng. ' * JiyUt-j
N
l^TQTICEL..;'
DURlNfl MY ABSENCE FROM TIIE
Province, my noil, 'I'. .1. Armstrong,
liujifs in v power of Attorney nnrl liuliln my
appointment nr Ili'frnfy Sheriff. .   . .
s_f. W; J' AFMBTitONO.
.IjJl.vjWijlurJ. .   'lyUniJI
ROYAI,
Templars of Temperance!
\VI11 give aft Eiiterl'alhtncntnitlio
Skating fti&k, Wsisesday [i]| Srening
Coin menu) ug at s U'Cloclc.
ADMISSION FREE. JlyUt'2
limit Registry OrdlnaiieejSiO
Lot S». fc BUilt It, HSH or DlNlrlrt HM
Ho, IM, In Uir i'lly or Ytmi-uuv'T.
■mHEItEAH  TIIE CK11TIKICATE OP
W     nil!' of TlKiuiiin ilaltlieWH Mi the
iiiiovi'-iuculioiit'il lund lum been d'-stii-ycd
nnd ii'ipiiriUlou 1'iis l-i'i'ii inti'lr for a dll-
-illeate tlietfiofi notice U therefore licri'iiy
alvtiii of my Intomloii to Issue Kurd tluplf-
i-iitocf-rfini'iiteln Mi-uof tlial soiltmtroyetl,
iinW'ss uaitBu lie Rhcwn io the contrary
within one month from iIumIiUi* hei--of.
R. W. AltMSTRONQ,      '
Deputy ite-rlK r if,
liiiuil He-'1st ry oilice,       -JimrnSm
Niw WesiinlnKtor,l-tth July, 1MM,
.Ily Uml	
N. P. STRAMBERG
WILL BE IN NEW WESTMINHTEit
fora few daya tuning nml regulating Pianos und Organs.
HaTlng learned Plpno tuning from Iho
lateW. CbuniherHot Quebec, Kecil (U-f-an
tuning und voicing from Vf. llunillnof
lloston, and Pipe Organ work from ,1,
Cadwalderof I'liinbrldgc, Mass., he trusts
that careful work and regular visits will
secure a liberal share of the public puti-on-
attelu his lino.
I-eave orders at the storo of M oasra. T. it.
Pearson A Co. jlyUlc
TAILORS WANTED.
I'ort
■A3 ASD PANT HAND3 WANTED
lmmedlirtely.   Apply nt ELSONS,
irtModdy, RO. JlylOml
Teacher Wanted.
WANTED, A TEAUHEH FOU KAM-
loo]».i Sehool; one who has hail
some experience. Salary, 300 per montli.
Annllcat Ions addressed to the undorsigned
Will be received until 24th July.
PRED. II. IIOBSON,
JlylOtd Sec. Board Trustees.
Teacher Wanted.
WANTED, A DULY QUALIFIED PE-
male Teacher for tho sth Division of
the Xew Wesliiilnsler Public School, Hillary, KO per nionth, Duties to bullion
2nd August, Applications, em-losJm; testimonials and qualilieation, will be received by the undersigned until ihe 201 h
July lust.
JlylOld T. J. TRAPP, Kee.
Land Registry Ordinance-1870
tot So, M, Btorfc |Hi P*it or nislrli-l Ul
He. MO, in the Cltj mt Vimcom tr.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE Oh'
Title of James Batt to the above-
mentioned Lot has been lost, or destroyed
and application has been mnde for a duplicate thereof, notloo is therefore hereby
given that n duplicate certificate of titlo
will be Issued In lieu of that sn lost or destroyed, unless cause he shewn to (lie contrary within one mouth from the dato
hereof.
R. Vf, ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Reglalfiu'.
\'st ml lister, ldth July, 1880.
JlylOml .
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
tot No. 1, Block XXIII, purl or Dislrlci
tol So. IW, In the Clly of ¥»nnm ver.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of Herbert Georgo Hallson to
the ahove-mentloiiod Lot has been lost or
destroyed and anpliealion has beou made
forn duplicate thereof, notice is therefore
horoby glvou that a duplicate certillciile
of title will be Issued lu lieu of thut so lost
or destroyed, unless cause ho shewn lo thc
contrary within ono month from thodalb
hereof.
R, W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Reglslrar.
Land Registry Ollice,
New Westmfnuler, 10th July, 1880.
 JlylOml 	
Public Notice 1
TBE HUDSON BAY COMPANY HAS
/or sale nt Lnngloy:
lupin of WorkingHomcn, HntncnH and
Wagon,
I Champion Mower* nearly new,
I Sulky Bake* In uso two years,
9 Cows and Calvex,
1 yearling Heifer*,
I KImv, '2 years old.
The above will be sold cheap.
Apply to
HENRY WAUIC,
July 8th, IBM. Lnngley,
JlylOml
Wood and Coal.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAH ON HAND A
large quantity of
REST WELLIV6T0N IIHI1 IUIU
And an assortment, of
CORDWOOD,
Which ho will will ut lowest rates,
will nlso promptly attend to all klii-l*.
tb _% ivmyo.
Orders left nt Mr. McColl'sstoreo
Inmblu street, or at my house, Do:
street, will meet With prompt nilei,
HENRY ELMO
New Westminster, II. O, .11
DESIRABLE PROPERTY
FOR SALE.
THE' KOLhOWING    MlOPHHTY    IH
tillered for sub':
200 ACRES OF CHOICE LAND on ihe
Scott Road, n mites from New Westinltl*
I "ter, with all the fiiniiiinr-implements
on the pntnilseH, Dwelling Houso with
furniture, consisting of 3 KtnvPs nud
onougliother furniture for uu oiilinnry
hnuHchokl.
1 BUOOft OF LAND at Brownsville, opposite New Westminster, fronting on
river nntl Ynlo Road-splcndiil slief.o
Store and Hotel.
AHODHEANDI/JTon Alberl Ci-.Meent,
New WextmlnHter, In splendid condition.
«youti|'well-bi,*d Horses 2family Milch
CowuvAo.
The nbove will bo sold nl n IMlftnlil If
snhl within two inontlis.
Apply lo       JAMES KRNNKDY,
jlylUte. Now Wc-doilnsler.
PYVElilA
Is Mil-" mbs! viiul.-nl fnnti of hloo(l-*|»l80Di
In/. Less speedily fatal, hut not leis cei**
itdnlv mi, ii. Hie vitiation of Iho blood ot
wittrh llm lirst -yniptonm are Pimples,
titles. JIolls, mid Oiitaneoni Slrup-
ihiua. - ft'lu'uih'Htliitof HfrofnUglves
wnliilKor ils lU'esilieehv such Inillcp.tlonH,
li, thiiii sliotiltl lib lost lu wring Ayer's
- iu-,rut11.1^.\,.the auly perfect and roll-
* r' tii.ilieltiD for' the puriflntloii of the
Dissolution ofjartnership.
MF.SHR8. COItnOIILD, Md'OLL &
Alkltmon lmvo dissolved pur ner-
iby mutual consent, Mr. Atkinson re*
tlrliiK (rom the llrm. Messrs. Corbould A
McColl will continue in partneishtp together an formerly. Jly7i:t
■-I,
SCROFULA
T it foul .-iim.-jtM hi IM Wood thit rati
tan :.!( Mn- iimi:liinurv of IWc, NolhlnR
wl! i hiiliento It from the system and pre-
vi'ti" lis inmsmisHlnn lo olfsprliiK Imt
Avr,;,-.*4 sahsapahilla. This prej-ara-
fT---i t* nlso lliu only one that will cleanse
lln- lilooil of Meieurlul poison and the
ii-iiii of coutii'-loiis piBcnscB, ImpoYer*
i-thidhliHidlHliVOUUCtlV^of  ,1 A J |  !
AN/EIKIIA,
.'. . rulll]lilt) irrillilWnll lllilicnll'll by Pallid
slltni, I'lnri'lil Muscles. SutUna
N'ri'Vos, iiiiiI Molnnclioly. Its flrrt
.i i.it,)s mu Wnuknosi, LMfuor,
Ui, i txnn IMnw, nnd MCntnlDe-
."''iii. Iim uini'rHi', uncliccKeil, lewll
iirrvlftililv 10 Inrtunlty nr ilcutli. Women
iriiinr-iiilv stiil'.T from II. The only merit*
riii i tlml, whilo imi'lfvldt,' tho bloixl, en-
ilrlii'i Ii. with ituw vltsllty,	
iti!: \rhoio system. Is
'."ninl luvlgomtc.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
I'Uljr UIKIr BY
I)   ,1. V. Ayer & Co., Lowell, HM
Jolil by all DrumliU: FriM Wl (••
Six mm fort* *_   ,7
TEACHER WANTED.
WANTED FOR MUD BAY HC1HKJL,
a mnloTeacher liohllmt n provincial certificate nol lower tlinu 2nd a. line
who hon Iiiul noma experience -ljvferrcd.
Appl IcatloiiNUdilreSNed tut he uixleiKl-tneil
will bereeelveil uulll ihit-jotli July.
JlyStd       JOHN ARMSTRONG.. Se«.
fHE KEY TO HEALTH.
un nun
WANT.
1 lew lap!
$1.25 -or the- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
NewWestminster
JUST ISSUKD BY
Change of Business!
Unlock! lilt lire  cli'KOt'll ftVilllll'S t>f'Iv
Boweta, Kidneya and Liver, unijnrj
Iff (Jltrlually without wr.JilrcnirJK lht' jryrrliiu
ill Ihe iinpuriliu. ami rrnrl l.nr.r.r., i.f lh,
iKt''i'ii»i»' ihu nm liiiis Oorteotini
Lddity of tha 3tonucli, airaiji-BUf
Jiunuss, Dyapotisc .. , t actios, Biz
tinosB, H-tartnurn. r'nstir,a*ion
Brynej* of tbe Kkin. Trripsv. Dim
teliofyulon.Jaiintlice St-ft Khoum,
Srysipelas, Bcrofnla -fluttering ol
[he Heart, Nervonsnojm and General
OoWllif'; »" thlJIC rni'l rnrrll)' KJIIT "lllll-
lac Complaints vicV 'r- 'Ir- Mlliv inlliltflico
MBtneooox wmrs pttters.
Sample Bottlen iC»:Strrfarsire$1
For sale by j,1I ilerrleri.
tl'MlMJIX * CO., rraprlrlin, ToriinK.
Price, $1.25.
Tliis Map has been produced nt
mt cost, and gives a. vast amount
of information never before available respecting tlie most important
district in tlie Province,
The new Map shows the latest
surveys, tho Intest ronds. the line of
tlie 0. P. K. and extensions.
BUY A COPY-
PUBLISHED I'Y    .
RAND BROS.
Rcnl  Estnte, Insurance and
I'llllllltllll  Agents
NKW WKS'I'.MINSTRH, VANCOUVBH
AND VICTOBIA.
FOR kt-'it 'Af"0'
T. R. Pearson & Go's
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER.
llliJMln      ,
Closing Out
SAL^
I'JM
Durin-t.* the next 30'
days the balance of
the stock of Clothing.
Dry Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, &c, of the undersigned must be
closed out as I intend
renting the store frbm
the lst. day of August.
Any goods remaining
unsold after that date
will be sold by auction. In the meantime purchasers may
expect good bargains
at cost price, or even
less.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM..
Now Weatminator, B. C.
Juno 22nd, 1H8U.        23j«lm
New Store!
New Goods!
mm: HlMISt-'tlllKU liavlntf li-itso.l nnd
•*■■ tltt'-i! up ihi' f-tori- luti'ly occupied l.y
Mr. I'n-iH-li, on (_.(*Luiii!»lu Pti-L'ol, (imiirly
OppOSttO Iltt'UlllMili'H Mil-lit lilll]'!-U'l*. Ili'tff*'
toliifmin (lit) people <»f Now WoHlliltimU'r
nud vli-liitiy Hint lie will ou Mou-ln.v,fi1h
ot .luly,i>|icii with 11 wi'll iiHwu-it'ii s-intk ut
trash nml pure urhnorlM, rntiNivifim in
part of—
100 bin's ln--it Flour.
10 Imnels Ontmonl.
10 IkiitUh t 'oiniiii'iil,
10 tioxiiB AHBortod TobnccocH.
I'i boxes MBorted Snaps.
ft boxen best Ti. Rnlstlifl.
12 (|iuirtiT boxes do.
200 Iba cnrniiitM,
10 boxes of nssurti'il CrocltcrH.
HI cuHcs of boat Oil.
oOO lbs Haiim ami Bacoii.
Sugars, in Oranulatcd, Yellow C,
Stiiudni-d A., nnd sown! otber
bmnils.
Tenn, I Iiilvii n choluc lot of Congou
nml .Inpnn; somo I'Xtii'iiiily rli'-np
for tlio imality.
Conc«N, of ilillurent uridvs,
CuniiL'd Fruits and Mcits.
lluukotH, Tubs, Brooms, oto.
And nil ni'ticl-'s usually found In a tint*
class grocery More, whicli will Ite sold
cheap for cash.
trWANTEH at om-a. 300 lbs. Butter
und 100 dozen Kggs. wj*o   ,
jellOto     MARSHAhh SINCLAIR.
A'
tbu
8.WB-A.RE ABOUT TO ESTABLMH
t factory In Vnncouver, wo bog to
nk our customers tor tbelr past put-
_ iige, nnd ns Messrs. Peobles A Heckley
invtbouipitour trade tn New Westmln-
jtcr, wo nopcour customers will extend
to them their pntronuge ns we lmvo every
confluence In their nullity to give sntla-
fitetlon.
Jlyaml IRVING A STRAHAN.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
A EL ACCOUNTS ON MY BOOKS will
t\.  positively be ...
CLOSED ON THE   31st INSTANT.
Customors will plcnae accept tbis notice
us FINAL nnd govern themselves accord-
ingly.
THK ItALANt'K OP STOCK ON HAND
will bssold
AT COST AHO UNDER FOR CASH OHLV.
Granite Greek!
(Jiving Description and Map of
Granite Creek and Hlmll-
knmeen Country,
DosfKiicil for tlio uso of tlio Emigrant
Tiilirlsfs,.S|iortsniiiii mul Qold'Seokors.
PUIOJE], 25 OTB.
For salo by T. K. VKAKS0N I CO.
New Westminster and Vmiootiver.
 jtpgjto .   J
New Westminster, Coal Harbor
and Seattle Ronic.
TIIE 8TEAMF.lt
w
(.1. W. TAIITE, Muster.)
I hi, 1,V, AVE SEATTLE EVERY,
Jliimlny Mot-nlm: nl 7 o'clock, for
New WoRtnifnUt? imfl Coul -Hurbor, via
Port Towusuud uud tbo Is lun ils; arrives nt
New WoNtmlnsti'i- on Tucadny forenoon,
lenvesfor Conl Hnrbor nbout four hours
uftcrwnrds; lcuveaCOAL 11 ARDOR Tups-
duy Nlf-hl for Scuttle.
Vere to Scuttle  jj(4.M
/'-n^**hl |iri (ni>t>-*v*ri-  *•<•   '
Rpeclnt 'ntes l  int-rebiuiiff,        ttplOlc
p. I'EERIiES.
.f. Vf. HECKLEY
Peebles heckley
(>JEAlt MERCHANTS' RQBAllE)
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
UPHOLSTERERS
Sn'rlng and Wool Mattresses and
i Bdddini* always oa band.
-    *   'HAVE ON HAND THE
ItUUsMI A.1B tl«it BT«MK or i in
'       WITI'ltK OV THE II tl\l IMI.
Kstliniites,fpr Offlee nml Storo Fittings.
We imrniise mlrlliig Uiiitortiiklnt,'.
JlyOto
MONUMENT?
milE UNDElWIi'lNKHHAK BEEN AP-
J iKilntml iiKent hi Hi-It Ull fiilumlilii for
these lii'iiullfiil nion union tn.   Full pnrtlc*
MetetiiLife
ASSOCIATION.
(.uttl-HiiIrt* I ii|>ltnl.
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head office, Toronto, Canada
a home"company,
. Thit. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Hceurl.y ollereil to pulley boldcra In
unsurpuNsed hy uny Coinpiuiy lining butl-
iiess In Cnnudu,
It bu no Hobemes of Insurance, but the
wull-t.-Mtuli1lHhtj.-tl lines, bonce tbo polioy
hnldcrscntinotbo misled us to thoir con-
Irnets.
Ito •mteiiients tn the public can be reud-
Ily undersliKKl, Its onsli stutemout ibow*
Iiik overy Item or income nml how oxpen*
tied.
Rs position Isitseoi-tnlnodnniiuallyfrom
ii ilettilled Tiilnntlon In which overy Hem
oflinbllltyfH included.
lis nrogi-uHS linn been unexampled In
Ilia bUtuiT of Imiui'uu'ieluCuuadiL
Its policies nre Intllsiuitulile nfterthrec
yenrs, uud non-forfoltwole nfter two yeurs*
exlHtence.
Rn profits nre tlldtf United upon nn eqult-
utile biiHls.    Tho profits to one elus* of
Kitley boldors ure not lessened to five
rger protlts to nny other class, which
method affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution,
Liberal I'ondlllOHN ns to Ursldenre um*
Travel.
J. K.HnoDONAI-T),
MnnnglnB Dlreclor,
T. I PEARSON & GO.
'Agents, New \VoNtmlnsUi
*■    ''JeT*Smo-a1ternat«.
ItlliPPII
UAVING PUR-
■ chased the stock
ofHardware,Paints,
Oils, &c, of the Estate of Trapp Bros.,
we purpose offering
to the Public VERY
GREAT INDUCEMENTS in this
branch of the Business, which we trust
will secure the patronage of those residing on the Mainland.
We have bought a
large and well-selected stock of Shelf
Hardware in the
eastern markets FOR
CASH, which we expect to arrive in a
few days, and our
assortment will be,
we consider, second
to none in the country, and will be found
complete in all the
following branches:
General and Shelf!
Hardware, Cross-cut
Saws, Paints in all
colors, Boiled & Raw
Linseed Oil [English
and American], Dry
Colors in all lands,
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."
ThmklBK the Public generally Ar lhe liberal pHironnge
accorded lo us In the past, we
trust by strict attention lo
business to merit a continuance of Ihe same. ,
T.d. TRAPP,
COMMISSIONS IN THK COUNTUY
PROMPTLY EXRCUTKD.
TO M MIO CHEAP MID ON E*tr TEOMI:
I mccormicK twine binder,
l MEADOW LARK ItKAI'lJltH,
] TRIUMPH ItEAI'EltH,
I BUCKEYE MOWER,
1 ITHtOA HAY RAKE.
8LASS WINDOWS k DOORS
AT FACTORY BATES        "
Jne'JIi- '
DRESS JVIAKING.
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
■ar SatlsfuetJon guaranteed. jc261(~
NEW WESTMINSTER.
VISITOR--
Tbr BUhop of New WeitmtnMer.
PHINCIPAL-
M. FleunpK-rilnloM. Em., K. A. (of
Oxford University, mul Leuuoxvllle
School, l\Q.)
BOAKD OF KDUCATION-
Tfca Blnhop, Ttie Ven. Arekdracou «r
1'nl nnililn, Tbe Rer. H. li. lirnm-f--
I'linton. €. N. Trew, Kx_„ M. »., ti.
E.€arbomd, K*_.
NEGOTIATIONS AHE NOW IN PRO- '
art'SH for the oltlecs ot Vlce-Prlnclpnl
antl Matron,
KxteuHlveiuldltlniiH lothe iiroiiilHCSwill
be made during the holldayi*. 0
Au election io four ttrlioitiralnps »f **."■()
fii'i- mi mini euch will ho held shortly after
ho commencement of term.
The School will re-open itt tlie tiegiu-
nliig of Septombcr.
ApplirfltloiiH to be Rent to tlio
BISHOP OF NKW WK8TMIN8TER.
iPrivateCollege!
 FOR	
mm m mmim
WILt, BE OPENED AT
Ross Bay, Victoria,
—on—
MONDAY, AliflllST Mh 1880.
THK    IHIir.DINd    HAS    1-1    I.AItdK
Rooms nnd  Is well fiirnlHhed wltlii.
register grutefl, both rooms, Ac, Ae.
Excellent opportunitlcd for nil kinds of j
lienlthfulexert'lses.lnrludingboutingunil .
buttling.
Pupils will be made most comfortable ,
nnd their gonenil welfare carefully considered.
A COMPETENT STAFF OF INSTRUCTORS
will be maintained.
Excellent facilities will he all'onlcil for-,
Insti-uetlon In
Engll-Hi,
lomnifrrlal,
I'liiKHlrHl und
Hoilrrn InngmiBf |
HuhJcclH, with InslriimcntHl Haute.
Applieatlon Forms, References and full J
information furntshmi by
RKV. C. J. BKENT0X. M. A.,
NRW WKHTMlKKTKIt.J
JUUO tt, im, Jlliailll
-lMtACl'lCAI^-
tl
Hm juat received for the Holiday)- a iin J
o-iHortmcnt of Oold and Silver
JEWELRYl
'   GENTS'.
GOLD & SILVER WATCHEl
l-tttllcs size Swiss Hold Watclirsj
from $25 to "*55,
Ladles Size Amerlc-111 Sleml
winding eold Wnlelws, »t|
$32.50.
KKMUMBRK-Wi! do not sell "flIW|
Watirlies anil Jewelry as solid gold,
Our good, are guuraliteetl just as rul
presented, and prices, lower titan nnj|
other house in* B. C
COjUINIAL block,
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C|
iii'imo     '
The Colonial
BOOTiSHOEl
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Buildingl
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Wm. Rossi
IMl'Olnl'lt AND DEAI.KU IN
BOOTS and SHOES
The Frtinrli Lenoir, (loud) cur, l'liik|
I'l'lon, I'mli 111 ut, Citsslls I Co.,
Armn lloltlt'ii nnd Slater
Vooti and Skori.
LAIIII'JH ANII IIKN'I'l.KMIJN A IIM III]
slriret/lllly Invited loi'ull imi! 0	
llli' Hut Ktlll'll.
I lmvo nlso on linnd tin1
HinniM AMMAN LIJ1TIIIJII « ITK||
TKIIIT KMJIJ ROOT,
Wlilcli now tiikos the place ot tiiini Imki||
jyJMJ-i
NOTIOE.
A I.I. ACCOUN1-R DUH Tt) MK MIFsf
A   he (iiiiil fortliwltli -it lu'i-wisi- they wlm
lie iiluecd In the tinndH of niy nolleltor.   I
■   ■ ■■ il. I.KIHKII. I
New Wmlmiimter, Umy K, \m,
I9my3m ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient AdveitlHeroerits—Plrst; Inner*-
Mon, 8 (ite. per line; subsequent Jnsi-i'lloiiii,
'2 ets. por line.
Hi'truliir Commercial and Business Ad*
verllsoment*—1 column, 112 per month;
Yt eol.,f7 per month; y.v.nl.,%4 per month:
•2 iik-Iius, $2 por montli; 1 Incli, $1.60 per
montli. Thoso rules to be charged on
-jjtmiiiij]-' advertisements which remain
over :i months. W for a less period the
rates will ho: 1 col., 815 per montli;'/, col.,
$9: % wl., S5; 2 iiiubes, m; I Inch, ri.
Specials, among reading lniitter— Knob
Insertion, 30 cts. per line.
Births, .Marriages nud Deaths, SI each,
funeral notices accompanying death no-
■ tice, 60 ets. extra.
■SMII transient advertisements will be
incasurcrJ hy a scale ot solid Nonpareil,
which makes 12 lines to the ineh and 7
words to tlie line. Display Hues must he
allowed for In making estimates. Xo advertisement inserted for less than $1.00.
Wm $titteh doteinbimt.
Wednesday Maroln-f, July It. imi.
For Sale 1000 |-barrels and kits cheap.
Apply at this ofiiee. aplOtc
The indebtedness of tho Pacifio
roads to the government is said to be
■1109,000,000.
Chicago's new directory shows a
population of 760,000, a gain of 50,-
000 in a year.
New York and Brooklyn have an
aggregate population of comiilurably
over 2,000,000.
Headquarters for fruit and confectionery at 0. J, KobaiHi'a, opposite
Colonial hotel.
For Sale—Hotel doing a good paying
business; cheap. Apply at Woods,
Turner k Gamble. jyUto
The Yosemite discharged about 150
tons of freight at Port Hammond on
Monday, all for inland points in the
province.
Oo to Ellard k Co.'s great clearance
sale-for bargains in Dry Goods and
Clothing. ;  jnlOtc
Laborers classed as "-jkookum1' are
paid $2.50 per day in Vancouver. Tlio
ordinary rate is $2.25, and the lowest
92 per day.
Ladies' and Children's Ready-made
Costumes, at less than cost, for cash, at
Jas. KUard k Co's. jnlOtc
The Royal Templars of Temperance
will give a publio entertainment in
the Skating Rink to-night. Programme at 8 o'clock; admission freo.
The claims against the United States
government for payment to the Chinese who were driven out of Tacoma,
Sqnk and Newcastle will aggregate
9100,000.
Subscribers to the Vancouver Weel-tp
Herattl are requested to send in their
names addressed to "Thk Hkjuu>,"
Vancouver, B. C. jnlOtc
Gladstone telegraphs with reference
to the Irish question: "Wale* ind
Scotland have seen their duty quickly.
England will have to learn hers; but
slowly and painfully."
A large lot of Ladies'Underclothing,
at cost price, at Ellard k Co's.   jnlOtc
Trains on the 0. P. It. both ways
continue to make excellent timo, nnd
the accommodations are highly spoken
of. Yesterday's express was 12 hours
late, this being the first serious delay.
In addition to our now stock of spring
foods we have opened nn invoice of
liagonals, West Of England Broadcloths
and French Casaiiueres. Walsh the.
Model Tailor. Hkiwkkt Walsh, Manager.
JL
-i-WWr' (Hi !'*#»« I.
Attention ta culled to the advertise-'
ment of Mr. N. P. Stramberg liv nnother column. Mr. Stramberg hns
tuned a number of pianos in this city,
aud liis work seems tu give very good
satisfaction. ',' < ■'
Wo are requeatud to Hay that it is
very desirable there should be a full
attendance at thu W. C. T. U. meeting this afternoon, as arrangements
are to ba made for the reception of
Mw. Youoaai.        ,.   ; i       7f *
For the pakt few tan tie weallfel
has beeh'-nry" feVofotilo 'for harvest*.
ing. Considerable quantities of huy
had been cut down beforo the late
rtitw, and it has sulFered serin uh dum*
age. Standing crops generally nre
looking well.
To-morrow is the dny fixed for thi'
next sale of city reserves. Snmo vol
the lots are excellently situated for
building purposes, and a fair chance
will be offered either for pcrsum intending to build or wishing .*>,, profitable and safe investment.
To most children the bare suggestion
of a dose of cnBtor oil is nauseating.
Why not, then, when physic is necessary
for the little ones, 1190 Ayer's Cathartic
. Fills.' They combine every essential and
valuable principle of a cathartic mo'di-
cine, and being sugar coated aru easily
taken. -
Mr.. Robt. Stevenson came down
from Granite Creek lust week. He
reports the wateP quite low nnd preparations for active mining well advanced. In a few days work will bo
going on all along the mining region,
and it will uot l<u lung before i)ie resources of Granite Crci-K will hu fairly
tested, MM
To-day Mr. Sheriff Armstrong l-'-ivoa
by the O.P.R; for Ontario, nccnmpan-
ied by Mrs. Armstrong and two daughters; Mr. Armstrong lias been 11 resident of this provinco 28 yenrs, mu'
now proposes to spend threo im-nths
visiting friends in Ontario. We hopo
the party may haro a pleasant journey
and safe return.
Almost overy person has some form of
scrofulous poison latent in his veins.
When this develops in Bcrofulous sores,
ulcers, or eruptions, or takes the form of
rheumatism, or organic diseases, the
suffering that ensues is terrible buyoud
description. Hence the gratitude of
those who discover, ns thousands yearly
do, that Ayer's Sarsaparilla will thoroughly eradicate this evil from fho system.
Murder at Lytton.
ByTelegraph*.  \ 'j .   , tj\ f l
Lytton, July 12,—The body of a
whito man was found this morning
two miles west of Lytton. The skull
was crushed in and part of the scalp
wub lying five feot away. Tbe murder
waB committed in a cabin and the body
dragged outside. The flesh bad been
eaten off both n'rfiw,' The murder was
probably committed two or three days
ago. The body cannot be identified.
Yams, July 13.—White man murdered below Lytton. Four men left
there Saturday evoning; three seen
early Sunday morning on the -track;
one tall and dark; onfe »hoJrf,'MNi complexion, with buudage over left eye;
the other small, dark, with white
pants, with tear or cut in back of left
Gin,—-The laying of gas mains nn
Oolumbia street commenced on Monday. The company will bo ready iu
furnish gas early in the fall. Most of
the houses iu course of erection in the
eity are being fitted for gas.
—'.  —   ,..-■»■ ,—
Yokohama Dihklt. -■- A despatch
frnm Yok-.hnina dnted tho lOlh liist,
announces the sailing of the second'
tea-laden ship with a cargo to ho
transferred to the Canadian Pacifiu
Railway fur conveyance ncross tlie
continent.
. Son* \VATeR.~Mr. W. Gardner,
late of Viinc.iuvur, has upuuud a soda
water manufactory in this city. Mr.
Gardner wus in partnership with A, ,1
Fawcett, the Winnipeg sod* water
, manufacturer who Inst liis life in the
1 Vancouver fire. •
f A Fikr Tnir.-A U.S. army ollicer
1 who wai among the passengers by the'
fint train over tho O.P.R., and who
hai traveled over all tho transcontinental limn in the Tufted States, pro-'
nouueos the scuimry on the p.l'.lt. in
British CoUimbM the miM'tV.,1,.1. riiil
1  ind magnificent he ever wltneisud.
Ton If mu. - It is Baid that a considerable number of capitalists hare
visited Vancouver sinco the opening of
the railway, but thoy aro chary of investing because of the high prices
asked fur lots. One hundred dollars
per foot is a rather heavy price for unimproved property, oven in w "bourn"
town.
Thk Mails. —Asfar as can be seen
at present, we are to receive a daily
mail via Victoria except otf Saturday
and Sundny. Monday's mail will arrive by steamer about 10 a. mi, Tuesday's and Thursday's via .Vancouver
about noon; Wednesday's ana Friday's
late in tho afternoon, whenever the
steamer gets in. Mails via the C. P.
R. continue to arrive-by Stay bf Port
Moody abuut 2 P, M. How long this
arrangement will last nu one can tell.
 ■--",'   ,ff_  'm.
Mrs. 1 YotiMANM. W This celebrated
temperance worker and lecturer hu
arrived in the province and will deliver
a course of lecturers at the prinoipal
centres of population. Mrs. Yuumnns
has a reputation both in Canada and
the United States as a most eloquent
and powerful speaker, ahd we are sure
sho wilt Bo received everywhere in this
province by larrse nnd appreciative
audiences. , The data, .of her visit to
tho mainland j hAi not,yet beon fixed.
Hon. Thos. 'White.—We understand that Hou, Thos. White, minister
bf the -"interior, will reach this city
next Friday nfternoon, and wilt leave
by the C. P. R. on Sunday for Ottawa. We do not know what arrangements havo boen made respecting the
squatters' grievances, but it is to be
hoped Mr. White will li'A leave Wore
theso matters have been thoroughly
discussed. It hus been arranged te
give tho bun. gentleman a bunqiwl
Friday night.*
Well Dorat—On Monday Mayor
Dickinson recoived u lettor from Mr.
G. Robertson, of Eureka, Cnl., stating
that ono hundred and sixxty dollars
hnd been collected liy him in that
oity for tho Vancouver relief fund.
Of thnt sum Mr; Robertson himself
contributed $50, and a mnn named It.
#, .Powell an equal anvmut. Mr.
Robertson wa* for Svtrie years a resident of this city, and Ib oue of our/
pioneers. Wo are sure his generosity
will be rewarded.
Tats MiMHrafc{0F--f|«] ^i^oh.—
Hon. Thos. White, minister of the
inferior! who iVnow orijin official visit
tu tins provinco, wns born iu Mon*
treal in IH'dO, ami fur many years followed tlio business of publisher. He
was first elected tu parliament in 1876,
after several uiisuoot'isful efforts. In
politics lie is- 11 Conservative, and
maintains lhat'the" circumstances of
Canada are such that she cuuld nut
adopt a five trndo policy without injury to heraelf.   Ho is uf Irish origin.
Off T^ifel-K.^Vs^nfey a
cattlo train for Port Moody was
|*rflckod, >at; (tkijh'JJew Westminstor
junction. The locomotive wns turned
over and thc cars piled up in a heap.
The engineer wai badly- sdtlded', arfd
tho train dispatcher, who was on
board, received a severe wouud un
the bond. The accident is said to
have been caused by a misplaced
switch nt tho Now Westminster junction. The train ran nn to tho branch,
which jb not finished, und left the
track. t
■,■:... BlOTtH cti •>■■*?!.■*■>.1 u!'i j if ifa'J
Annie oltuiui* Sooiktv. — The
board uf directors of tho British Co
lumlilti Pfrnlihcinl 'AgHctiltural' W
ciation mot mi Ritnrday ifteriionr, at
the City Hall nnd discussed mutters
relating to the npprunching exhibition. A committee wns appointed to
secure by purchase .or, le»ne a couple of
lots adjoining tlio grounds of the society, to givo greater accommodation
tti inhibitors uftd tht inoroase-j number
fcf riftttnft (t^rotfc'tl. *A«h*fty was
also, givon to print sovernl hundred
posters of liamlsuiiio design, and thd
prize list was still further improved.
A let ler was also read from the Hon.
H, Car!in-,', minister uf agriculture, in
reply tu nn iuviUtioii extouded to him
tiy N; Shftke-iiwAt-fl, M; P., to be pres*
sent and open thu exhibition. Mr.
Catling, who purposes viaiting Victoria
during the summer, wns unable to
statu definitely whon hu would leave
for British Columbia, but intimated
that it would,give him,.great pleasure
to bo here on"thatoeohaiort if other engagements du not stand In tho way,—■
City ConNcn-.-Comicil met on
Monday night. Mronont. the mayor
and Couns. Douglas, Shiles, Itotisun-
Calbick, Lord, Elliott, and Ross. The
police 'constables applied for an in*
crcusc of Hillary. A numbor of ue-
ccountB wero presented. Tho mayor
repnrlod that ibe Hon. Thos. White
was in the provinoo, and suggefltod that
pi-uppi public rejpect'bhould W shown
liim. A committee to mnke arrange-
moots wns named, consisting of the
mayor and Messrs. .1. A. It. Homer,
-M,e;;.)Wr*:*Uole, M.r»\, and thk
prcsideht rff* the board of trndej
Tho chairman of the polico com*
niitteo handed iu n -letter from
tho superintendent of provincial
police stating' (hut tlm Victoria
forco wns supplied with ollicinl suits
for |31).60. On motion of Coun. Calbick, seconded hy Coun. Lgrd, thu
committee wns ImtfflotN flr order
olutlilng ut Vict- rio for our policemen.
Tt wns reported tlint tho It C. P. M.
Co. continued to fill Kllici* st. with
■Atvduil m>twithstanding thnt tho
council hnd fnrbidduti it to do so, It
was moved by Couu. Shiles, seconded
tq* Coun, Poiigln-i, that Mr. Hendry
(niiinm-er) bA Minniuini'd for obstructing the street. In amendmont it wns
m vml by Cotni.' Elliott, seconded by
Conn. H-'tis tlm' the botiid of works
witit mi Mr. IJvudrytjfur nuexplaiin-
ti'iti. * Am, tuliiieut nurieil. ' Council
adjoiinied till next Mondiy night.
Hours of Labor.-r-In Germany the
hours of labor average per week, in
textile factories, 72, In machine factories, 60. In France, in textile factories, 72, in machine, factories, 00.
In Austria, GO in each. In Russia,
in textile factories, from 72 to Hi, in
maohine factories, 72. In Switzerland, 00 hours in each. In Belgium,
in textile factories, 72, In machine fac
tories, 02. In Italy, in textile factories, 09 to 90, in machine factories,
Ti. In Holland, in textile factories,
72, in machine factories, 04, In the
United States, 00 in each. In Great
Britain, in textile faetories, 50, in
machine factories, 52. In England
factories'* generally close at 0:30 o'clock
in the evening aud at 1 on Saturday afternoon, while in the silk fac
tories of Northern Italy the factories
are open from 5 a. in. to 10 p. in.,
thu hands working 94A hours per
week, or IU houn por (fay, exclusive
of meal hours. (
$%& Nrw Orange Hall. - The
Orangemen of this district opened
their new hall on Monday night, the
anniversary of the Battle of the Buyne.
The proceedings consisted of a supper followed by speeches and music
appropriate to the occasion. The
hall is 85x60 feet, two stories high,
Tbe lower story is being fitted up
with apart monts to let. The upper
flat is divided into tbe hall proper,
25x40 feet, and two ante-moma. The
hall is wainscotted and the wood is
varnished showing the natural color
and grain. The ceiling is 18 feet.
From' the windows one obtains a
splendid view of the oity, the rivor,
the gulf, Mount Baker, and the
mountain scenery by whieh the city is
almost surrounded. The entrance is
on the side facing St. John at., and
the door is sheltered by a very handsome porch. The building ia a credit
to the order and to the builder, Mr.
Austin firiee. When finished it will
cost over $2,000. On the 12th the
lodge flag floated all day from a flag
pole which surmounts the hall.
Five Years ok Tortobb.—Mn. U.
Aston, of Bracebridge, writes to say
that Burdock Blood Bitters cured her of
headaches, from which ihe had suffered
for Ave years, all other means having
failed. -  -    ■  , ' ;       *
Burning of a C.P.B. Train.
NOTHING SAVED BUT ONE CAR AHD MAIL
The east-bound express which left
Port Moody Inst Wednesduy met with
a very serious accident at Beaver station, near Donald, about 400 miles
from Purt Muody. The train reached
..that poiut about 0.o'clock Thunday
•vtuing, and found a large fire in thc
bush und large piles of firewood burning on the side of the track. The engineer concluded that he could run bis
train through the tire, and he would
prubably have succeeded in duiug an if
he could, have kept the track. But
tbe- intense heat had warped the rail*,
and the Whole train ran off. The passengers, of whom there wero upwards
of 40, and tbe train men jumped, and
moat of them escaped at once to a place
of safety unhurt, Mr. J. O. McLeod,
of this city, wai on board in charge of
the mails. After jumpiog out he believed he could save Hie mails nnd ran
back to hii car with that objeet in
view. He secured the letters in a sack'
nnd jumped out of the oar, but found
the heat so intense that escape seemed
diflicult, for by tliu time the two pa»>
senger cars and the mail, express nnd
baggngo car were enveloped in flames.
He passed through under the car and
started to run along the track to reach
a place of safety. Alter -proceeding a
hundred yards thm^rii Intense heat
and smoko he became ilmnt suffocated
and began to lose hope of escape. Fortunately he canto updn a urusiy plot,
ton or twelve feet wide, like an oasis
in tho midst of a fiery desert', and here
he sut down aud got breath. He had
a pair uf slippers on, and his feet snd
hands were badly burnt jntid very painful. Having regained bis breath and
fllled his slippers with dnmpearh he
took the mail Img.ngaiu and madoa
fresh start through ihe fire. After
proceeding a few hundred yards, and
boing nearly exhausted, a train mnn
camo to hia awutiince and he escaped
nut of the burning region. The sleeping oar had been uncoupled from the
rest of the train nnd run back to a snfe
pjaej, and Mr, McLt-ud was carried to
this car, where tho other (Msseiigeri
Iiml taken refuge. A mes-mngur was
at uupo despatched tn Donald, and an
engine una cabooie were sent from
thero and the pusengen taken to Calgarry, where Mr, Mcliei-d'received
medical attendance until he whs able
In  return  lo this city.    Ho arrived
not Teave' hii 'room for three nr four
weoks. Fortunately the injuries,! although verv pniufWI, are nut serious.
None of tbe pHBiengeM were hurt, but
the ' fireman was sliuhtty burned.
Nothing was saved out of the cars except the letters sii heroically rt-MMod by
Mr, McLeod, who dest-rve's the -jit-iit-
est praise for his daring bnn ory, li
may be worth while to mention that he
carries fm accident policy ..f -£50,000,
whieh will Afford sniuu cuiis-Jain n during tho period of his enforced idleness,
which we hope may imt bv Unit
ProvinflikfElevlloHS.  '
Does Prohibition Prohibit?
Whitby, Ont., Juno 17.--A white
flag will bu raised over the empty unol
at seven o'clock to-morrow, as the
only prisoner, Luke, goes to Barrio to
be tried. This happy stato of aflairs
is believed to be unprecedented iu the
criminal history of Ontario county,
and is ascribed by prnliiliitinnistB to
six weeks' working of the Scott Act.
Mr. Kennedy's Threat.
It will be remembered thnt nt the
political meeting held in thU city last
week the provincial secieinry charged
Mr. Kennedy, une of the political candidates, with hnving written n letter in
which he intimated flint unless his
extra claim wus allowed by the govern
ment he might givo trouble ut tlm flection. Mr. Kennedy emphatically de
nied having written such n letter, und
repeated the denial, whereupon tho
prov, sec. said he had the document
on fyle and wuuld have it publinliud.
The letter is addressed tu Mr. Jns.
Cunniugham, whu was then member
for this city, and rends ns follows:
■   New Wkxtminntkh, flth March, 188(1.
JAHES COMMINOHAM, KSQ,, M.P.P.,
Victoria, B.C.
' Dear Sir.—As it is getting near ths
end of the session of the legislature I
bave two questions that, if left in an unsettled state, might meet tlie provincial
secretary nt a time wheu it would not
help hia prospents for the next election.
I refer, to that extra claim of $100 of mine
for attending to tho water supply and
the drain in connection with new gaol.
I consider that a just claim. The other
question is tliat of the expenses of witnesses in the Greer prosecution. * * *
Mr. Robson has it now in his power to
do a graceful aot, and silence hostile criticism, by causing Greer's expenses to lm
paid. Very truly yours,
James Kennedy,
P. S.-It might happen to strike you,
in reading the within, that I hnve made a
threat to oppose Mr. Robson's election it
these two questions were not settled; but
I can assure you that 1 have brought up
those two questions for the express purpose of giviug Mr. Robson nn opportunity of removing a probable barrier to
his election next fall. It would mnke
some difference in hiB prospects, whether
1 took an active part iu his favor or remained passive, either in the city or distriot,   "Right wrongs nobody,"   J. K.
Easily Cured.—Mrs. Iierkiushaw, 20
Pembroke St., Toronto, cured of n bud
lameness of the knee joint, upon which
the surgeons were about to operate. ■
Other treatment had heen tried in vain.
Hagyanl's Yellow Oil was the remedy
used,
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Kimtor Columbian.-The Calumrmn
will please allow me to citngratntate thot-e
seven voters in New WustmWiter district who have not liowed thn knee to
Banl. Although your number stands
only In the units' plnee, yet it is a hopeful sign and another evidence thnt n rem*
Hint will be saved from the Srtluvfr
King Ahab and King Robert have - uoli a
strong following, but "their cup ts nenrlv
full, the hnnd writing Is on the wall,
tried and found wanting."
Very truly yours,
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(ViMi-Ki-i-tD to ViKi.11,— Obstinate akin
disease.*, humors nf the blond, ernptionn
nud old sores are cured by Burdock Blood
Bitten, whioh purify and regulate all
the ni rift ion p.
TO FTOM AU PARTS Of THE WOfftS.
London, June 20.—-The lord mayor
entertained tho Prince of Wales nnd a
number of distinguished colonists at the
Mansion house to-night. The Prince of
Wales made' a speech in which lie suid
that the colonial exhibition would murk
an epoch in the Queon's reign. Tho
greatest pride of his life was to knit to*
getlii-j in bowls of friendship the colonies
and Kngland. Ho fioped to form a permanent colonial museum in London. He
declared that nil hnd one grent desire at
heard, namely, to preserve the unity and
Strength of the empire. (Cheers). General Middleton responded to the toast,
"Tlm Canadian Militia," and the Mar-
quis of Lome to thnt o'f "The Colonial
Empire."
London, July 0. -London ia full of
Americans, aiul Americaiit) are full uf
patriotism nud indignation. Minister
Phelps has seen tit to discontinue the
.cuitoiib-srf > haK a century, and did not
give a public reception nt thu legation
yesterday. Instead hu gave a private
to such few Englishmen and Americans
as were honored hy card. Denunciation
of this piece of snobbery is outspoken on
all sides. Even London newspapers
coupled the announcement with quito a
sneer. The American exchange i-elt-l-ration wob also given up, becnusc Phelps
refused to attend or countenance it.
London, July 8. -Russia's government
is pressing the Porte to pay tlie'indem*
uity due Russia. A dispatch to the
Nnr* from iSalotiica says: Russian agents
are swnrmiug nil over Macedonia. Russian newspapers urge Russia to intervene
In Bulgaria unless Prince Alexander be
speedily deposed by his own subjects.
. Alexandria, July ll.—A full quarantine ban been ordered against all arrivals
from Austria and Italy because of the in-
creuae of cholera. Favorable reports
have reached here about both Quantity
and quality of petroleum discovered in
Kgypt near thk Red sea.
ST^VEttRSBlfRG'- July ».—It is otll-
dally atntcd that the closing of the port
of IJatonui does not constitute ,-i violation
of the Berlin treaty. Batumii was mado
|*free pin t under the influence of circumstances which have been entirely changed
by tho present condition of affairs.
MiNNKAi'ou.t, Minn., July I).— Burglars entered the postoffice Inst night and
enrried oil' twenty thousand dollars in
stamps uud money. The postmaster arrived lu the city on the curly train nud
was not aware of robbery until he arrived
at'the I,ibliy of the postoflico, whicli was
open ull night; and the robbers Iind no
difficulty in opening the stmnp windows,
whero une man had crawled through and
o-iui.'il the door from the inside. Ttie
mie wns near a window, but at the ■■]■!-
hu ■ puluted they could not lie Been nom
tlie r,treet. The wnrk was by professionals for thuy hod drilled four lubhes
into the safe botween thc handle ami the
combination, and hnd theu picked the
lock. Lnrnway, the postmaster, esti-
nintes that there wss about gao.HOH in
Stamp*. Of this amount $18,000 wus
taken, they having left *3,60U In one
eent stamps. Thoy mndo their exit
through the door of the oilieo. nud t-ikiu,:
the mail carrier's horse nnd delivery
wngon, they curi-it-d the boodle oil'.
Nbw York, July I).—The Triliim'1*
cable special from Loudon .snys the
Queen's luncheon nt Windsor ensile to
the repieseiitatives of the colonies is
reckoned iu London sneiety as the most
remarkable event of her majesty's reign;
Ho preccilunt existed for Bfiph.nu Invitation, and 110 circumstance was Wnnting
to (iiilinui-i* the impics-mm. A snucinl
train took guests from Loudon to VVin-1-
aor. The Prince nml Princess of Wales,
the Duke and Duchess of Coiuinnght,
Princess Louise, nnd the whole roynl
household wore present. Lnudieon was
served In the Waterloo gallery, Then
the Biiests were presented to tho (Jnesn.
The bit of colonials and Indiana lilla a
newspaper column, nml includen Sir
Charles Tupper and other Cnnmllnns.
The whole party cniue awny elinimed
With tliu reception.
Ottawa, July 10. -Tlio customs department has sunt a communication to
the collector of the port of Montreal in
reference to two Chinamen employed on
the ship Asin, flow In tlint port, In which
the notion of the collector in demnmliiig
and obtaining a deposit of $100 Is endorsed, The money will lie refunded on
the vessel being ready to leave port witli
the Chinamen on board,
1-uNiioN, July 10.—The Right Hon,
(ieorgc OttO Trevelyan, who with Ctinm-
hrrlniu rusfgni'd from the cabinet to op-
po-ic OtndAhuibV lri--.li policy, hns boon
defeated as a Unionist caiulidnte in lluw
lok for parliament.    In the lust election
Trevelyan was returned al ■ ft'liberal
from Hawick without opposition. This
year John Dillon stumped the district
ngainst him, denouncing him for his
opposition to the premier's policy to-
wards Ireland, and pointing out the unreasonableness of Trevelyan's attitude,
in view of the fact that he had been
chief secretary for Ireland, and by actual observation knew the merits of the
issue. The result has been tliat out of
.1,010 votes polled at Hawick, Brown,
the Gladstone candidate, received a majority of thirty. The announcement of
the result lias produced a sensation
throughout the country,
Wa-siiinoton, July 10.—Representa-
tive Boutello received a dispatch to-day
from Eastport, Maine, stating that on
Friday night the American boats at St.
Andrews, N. B„ after herring to be
canned ns sardines, wore driven nway by
the Dominion cruiser Middleton, nod
the announcement' was made that no
American Iwats are to be allowed to take
-herring in Dominion waters for nny purpose. Pontollo at ouce reported the
facts to the state department with an
earnest request thot thc matter receire
immediate attention. He Is moro than
ever convinced thnt the most effective
way to deal with the Canadians iu regard to the fisheries is to largely, increase
the duties on foreign tish, and thus
nuke the provincials pay roundly for
the privilege of selling in our market.
London, July lO.-The returns received up to midnight show tliat the
conservatives have elected 289 csndi-
dntcs, unionists li'A, Gladstonfans 149,
nnd ParnelliteB 72. Tho conservative
gain has been reduced by 2. Lord
Hartington 1ms been re-elected for Rose-
dale division of North-east Lancashire,
receiving 5,393 votes against 5,245 cast
for Mr. Newbfggin. Mr. Morley, chief
secretary for Ireland, speaking at North-
ampton to-day, Bald that within a year
Mr. Gladstone's Irish proposals would
carry parliament and the country.
Havana, July 10,—Advices from Hay.
tiof the 23rd ult. say that a conspiracy
agamst the government has recently
been discovered and that an outbreak u
feared. Foreign residents display great
nnxiety, and tie presence of a man of
war of tlieir respective nations is much
desired.
Pauls, Jnly 10.—The directors of the
Panama canal .company have approved
of DeLesseps' circular, and the company
will issiie a fresh bond to the amount of
§000.000,000 francs with a large premium nnd a frequent dm-Hf-Jag. J TThe government has withdrawn the Panama
canal lottery loon bill from the chamber
of deputies. ■ •
Rome, July 10,—In view of the result
of thu English elections the pope yesterday requested a congregation on extraordinary ecclesiastical affairs to examine
attentively the whole Irish question in
order that ho may determine upon the
course to be pursued by* the Irish clergy
in certain contingencies,' ' - *'
Cholera returns for to-day: Briiulisi,
I'to new cases, 46 deaths; Latriana, 32
new cases,, lfi deaths; Fortonia, 59 new
cases, 21 deaths; San vita, 12 new cases,
:i deaths; Venice, 1 new case, 2 deaths;
Codegra, 8 new enscs, 1 death.
London, July 10.-John Bright has
written a letter to the electors of Cleck-
heaton. in which ho says: The Irish
have n right to ask for n repeal of tiie
Act of Union, or to make an insurrection and' take the consequences, but It
mny be wrong to grant a repeal, and
such notion might be injurious to them.
I have never uttered a word in favor of
repeal or 9! a Dublin parliament. My
good will toward Ireland renders it impossible for me to support the wild plans
embraced in the government's Irish .bill,
1 must ignore Mr. AndretMtV remarks
about my age and mental condition. Mr,
Audreton may be a strong home ruler,
but he is no gentleman.    -.r " :'
Bight thousand Orangemen paraded
tonlny iu Glasgow. They subsequently
held a mass meeting, at which a resolution was adopted declaring, if necessary,
they would establish an armed union of
tho Irish and their English aad Colonial
brethren, and resist to the death the
separation cf I'ngland and Ireland.
Paris, July 10.—tf. De Lesseps hu
issued spirited circulars t« 4h« share
holders in the Panama Canal Company,
Iu one of the documents he declares that
despite obstacles we shall march on.
The apparatus and maciiinery are nil
ready. We only require $120,000,000 to
complete the work iu '80. We ahall issue
debentures forthwith to enable France to
complete her peaceful oejiqpeit of the
Isthmus of Panama.. j \
CONHTANTINOFLK,   July   M.->-VbHOUI
Turkish diplomatic representatives
abroad Imve been ordered to ascertain
tho views of the powers In regard to the
Batoum affair. A portion of the ministry maintain that Turkey is entitled to
summon the aid of England by virtue of
tht Cyprus convention, ou the * grounds
that the action of Russia threatens the
Sultan'ti Asiatic territory.
London, July li-*-Ot 9o seats remaining to be contested, 51 ware formerly
held by Gladstonians, 10 hy Conservatives, 12 by Unionists, and 13 by Par
nelHte's. ,  1 r.
New Yokk, -July 12.- Colonel OiliWf,
thc Herald's representative, will start
this evening on an exploring expedition
to unknown regions ia tho N'rthAmertcan
Continent He will take nssage at New
London, Conn., on the Northern whaler
Era, which will lay 1dm on Cumberland
Inlet, whoro he hopes by a bold, dash to
reach tho most northern latitude yet
touched, and if possible to plant the
American standard on tbe north pole.
Colonel Gilder will bo accompanied by
Lieut. Scliwatkn in his snaieh for the re
mains of the Sir John Franklin expedi
Wm. Griffiths is the only white
SPECIAL MSPATCHES.
Lorno*, July 12.—The Timet says
the Britiih elections .mount to a man.
date from the people to the Conservative,
and Unionists to form a strong and durable coalition government. "Patriotism
demands," tbe "limes says, "aHartlng-
ton-j-aliibury administration, thus assuring the nation's future."
Ijoxnw, July 12.—Neither party
■nailer any gains jn tbe parliamentary
elections to-day. The Tones now have
elected 291 candidates, Unionists OS,
Liberal. 141, Paniellitss 74.
A ftkr IVbktij.Thbk: Years Sit-fsb-
i»o. -B«v. Wm. Stout, of Wiarton,
wss cured of scrofulous abscess that
seventeen doctor, could not core. Burdock Blood Bitters wan the only successful remedy. It cures all impurities of
the blood.
YESTER0AVHISPATCHE8.
Lohdoh, July 13.—The JYmes, referring to Russia's action in closing the
Port of Batoum, says: " England must
rely on her own strength, and no longer
put faith in Russia's engagements."
Toronto, Ont., July 13.—Thc anniversary of the Battle of tbe Boyne waa
celebrated yesterday by the Orangemen
in Canada on a much larger scale than
usual.
Londoh, July 13.— Negotiation, ba.
tween Lords Hartington and Salisbury
•re in progress. It is reported that
Lord Hartington has pledged himself to
support Lord Salisbury's-local government bill and to reject ail approaches of
Mr. Gladstone to remain in office. The
first move of the Unionists will he a
vote of want of confidence. In fore-
shadowing the Conservative policy Sir
M. Hicks-Beach saM that the first mess*
nre wonld be to suppress the Irish National League ud to suspend the Irish
ob.tructioni.tii.
D. Drysdale & Co.
WE HAVE JUST EECEIVED,
Ex Canadian Pacific Railw'y
Direct from the East, our first consignment of
BY THE FIRST THROUGH TRAIN,
COS8I8TING   OF-
Wholerale iiltr Market.
Mutton "
HldeslHT'n)"
Potatoes "
Tnrnlps "
Carrots "
Pursnlps "
{Beets "
Cabbage r.
Onions "
Apples "
Pears "
Wheat "
Oats "
^er ton  «.
s) per ft...
Butter (roi
Cheese,
Bus's,      perdoz. „,,...... o
Geese,       each     l
Ducks "        „,w o
Chickens, per pair.  0
Turkeys, per lb.
OOatS 00
600 000
50(i, 000
SO*) 000
75® 100
BIB 0 73
756) 100
00 w 125
OOlS 125
00(.| 125
UOW J<00
5113 2 00
ooa ooo
50(9 175
2511* 1 50
00(9 1 25
00 a 10 00
00 9 025
170 0U
209 0 25
-OS 175
75i9 100
R-T , •■••- 20(9 0 25
Conlwooif (retail) per curd 3 00 s 8 60
tion,
man who accompanies him. Gilder will
lake with him n number of firearms an'
provisions for one' year. Thoy propose
to Ilvo princioally on lish ami game.
I littler expects to tind an Open coiintiy of
some extent, but not hhvlgable.
LjiNlniN, July 12.'—Tho Vicuna corro-
spondcut uf the Times telegraphs there
is i-i cat complaint in Hntmiin over the
shortness uf the notice given hy   Russia
losing  that  place aa a free port.   He.
ays thew ale a large number of Britisli
anil A.iiciii'iiii ships which were on their
way to Biitoiini before the issuance of thu
notico that cannot arrive until after the
port is closed. As a result luaiiy of tbo
orrrisiguoi* of cargoes in transit will be
subjected innocently to heavy losses.
Ijiixikis, July 12.—Lon) HalUbnry has
made nviTlltlmi to Lord   Hartington (or
tire li.riiintii.li of n coalition ministry,
»hi.--.i- pragntminu lllrill include • local
government hill for Ireland awl Scot
lanrl. I l Is undrrstiwl that .hoshl Lord
Hartington consent to a coalition government being formed, tho, cabinet will
Include UOtchoil. Sir Honry Thomas, the
Duke of Areylc, hut not Mr. Joseph
Chamberlain, AnuuiMt other measures
to hu advocated and introduced, it is believed tliat then will lie a UhoW Allotment Bill, eiiiiiiiwciing rural laborer.
to acquire small holdings: reform and
extension ni the Artisans Dwelling Act,
Including dwellings; a hm laborers'
measure, for cheaper fares; transfer of
InniIs, and the appointment of a select
committee to inquire Into tha administration of the government of ludia, with
a view of glvljlg the native. Increased
local oontrol."     ' .     - ; )
A MiiiNWinAuiui.-There'.6c»rce.
ly any fright more alarming to a mother
than the ominous sound of croup—so
liable nt tho hour of night. When Hag-
yard's Pectoral Balsam (for tlie throat
ami lungs) is at hand, croup ami dis-
troaslng coughs lose halt their terrors.
It cures coughs, asthma and bronchitis.
Bountiful
phi
Brill*
rotograpliio panoramic
'.Johlnihia, 7o.p*j..per
m*Co.'a.   ""''■■•
sr I nl T, H. Pearson
X full tine uf Canadian Hymns!, just
receiver! at T. R. Pcarson A Co.'s   Ocl7to
Ae Efficient Remedy
In all cases of Bronchial and Pulmonary Affections f. Aver's Cherry
Pbctoiui.. Aa tuch It is recognised and
prescribed by tho medical profession, and
In many thousands of families, for iho
East forty years, it has beenrcgardedasan
[valuable household remedy, it i* „
•►reparation thst only requires to be taken
In very small quantities, und a few doses
of It ailmlnlslered In the early stages of a
cola or cough will effect a speedv cure,
and may, very possibly, save life. There
is no doubt whatever that
Ayer's Cherry Mral
HiM'jfrenoryed the lives of great numbers
of persons, by arresting thc development of
JUrynajIti*, Bronchitis, Pneumonia,
snd Pulmonary Consumption, ami bv
the cure of thoso dangerous maladies, ft
should be kept ready for use in every
family where there are children, as II is ,
medicino fur superior to all others In lhe
treatment of Croup, Mm alleviation ot
Whooping Cough, u niltliccureof Colds
and InfluHun, ailments iiecullarly inch
dental to childhood and youth. Promptitude In dealing with all diseases of Ai.
class Is of the utmost Importance. The
loss uf a single day may, In many cases,
entail fatal consequences. Do not waste
lireulnus time In' experimenting with
medicines of doubtful efficacy, while the
malady is constantly gaining n deeper
lintil, but take ut oucc (he speediest and
most certain to cure,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
PREP.REU RY
Or. J. (J, Ayer * Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
Hosiery, Lace Mitts, Silk Gloves,
Warner's Health Corsets,
Celebrated French C. P. Corsets,
Kid Gauntlet Driving Cloves, Ac.
jiy7tc
D. DRY8DALE & CO.,
New WHmnHjWBii.
Ming Off!
C3
CLEARANCE SALE
CASH!
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
FOR IE IXT 11IRW DATS!
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
Whiti Bbohuc Monument*. -White
Broun !• m eompuatively new lutaUnce,
and baa come Into large use, rapidly, for
■ptoUl purpoMi in this country. It haa
been foiad to be so well adapted for ita-
tuary ud monuments, that compamea
have been for some time eatablufieri at
Bridgeport, Coon., Detroit, Mich., Des
Moines, Iowa, and St. Thomas, Canada,
who are nuking monument* of all kinds
and styles. From experiments made by
theae companies, it has been found that
.ttie material will stand exposure for an
indefinite period—it is practically indestructible. White Bronse being non-
corrosive and unchangeable, it is stated
to be equal to gold, silver or platinum,
aud superior to oopper or antiquo bronze,
which throws off a verdigris. The wumi*
menta are cast from refined tdnc, and are
giveu their aparkling sppeatatn-e by the
sand blast, sand heiug blown against tho
work under a high prntmn-e of Bteam,
win-all cuts the surface, but durst not adhere to it. A thin film of oxide which
forms on thin bronze is indUtnictilile by
tho elements! it cannot be dis-iolvud by
water, and air cannot penetrate it, al*
though the tilni in mi thin as to he. hit-
weaatmble. Noconosioii, it Is affirmed,
oan take place. ~/t*tiWrifi Journal of Commerce, Clrns. J. Robsou, Ncw'Wtat*
ini'mtf-r, is agent for the White Ifmnze
Monuments in British Columbia. Much
cheaper and more dumldc than nny
Other. myf'tc
TMK WOT MHOBG Vtttt Sill i:\llHi:.
-tht treat lllnsiratHi BriilNh r-iiwm*
MaUltlM. Affcllaai>|riyMaw-»Hhiin-l
al T. B. IVar*H 4 (Vh-. Mir aarnti- Htr
lhe Mt-tataa-l. al W fin, rarb. Ir*
A new map of British Coiumbin juct
Issued liy the government, for sale at
T. R. Pearson ft Co's. The bost mnp
ever iasutd; $2,25.--Ado.
Job printing of all kinds neatly dune
at the Columbian office. Prices will be
found lower than at any other office in
the province.—Adv.
Canadian Psalter and Hymnal, with
tunes (for Pre*byterl.iu Church), at '1'.
R. Pearson ft Co.'s. New Westminster
and Granville. *
T. PAUL'S  Cfll'RCll.  Service* i
r(T.
the CI
ory Hunday nt 11 a. n. and 7 r. m. in
...- Church, HI. John «iroct, below Roynl
avenue. Heat* free, nil nre conllallv invite.!.   Sundav Selionl at 3.-V p. M.
(fcWto)
MKTIIODIHT CHURCH, Mmy Ht.
Rev. C. Watdon, Pnator. Hen-Ices nl
m. ami 7 ji. in. Hunday Hchool and
Bible Class 2:fM p. m. Prayer Meet Injr mt
Thursday* at H p. m. Heats free; nlrimrcrs
cordially invited. Je7-lc.
CHURCH OP RNGLANU, Nt, Mary'*,
Bappertnn. Hervlcoa.Hundn.vs, ll n.tn„
nnd ISO p.m. Thursdays, 7.TOp.m. Daily,
8.UD a. m„ \'M p, in. Holy Communion,
HlindnyK, Oa.m., except ifiit) Hunday In Ihe
month.  All seats free, minute
BAPTIST CHURCH, Rev. Robt. (-nt-
nio iiitRt-jr; meets In tlio Court House,
Service* at 11 A. v. nnd 7 r. M. Huhbalh
N-h.Mil and RIMe Class at 2.&I P.M.   1'riiy-
er Meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Htran-forsennltally Invltnl. aplSto
w
UNION LOIU1B Na, S, A. V.
* A. M..*Tlie regular Com-
mtmliratlnns of this Iswige aro
.    .    . held on the tirst Monday In rach
month. Hrijriuriif rrn brethren are cordially Invited toattend li. WILSON,
feUJMc Secretary.
if-
ARE A'OW   SHOWING   A  COMPLETE STOOK  IN EVERV
DEPARTMENT, ONE OF THE LARGE8T AND BEST
ASSORTED   IN  THE   PROVINCE,  AND  AT
S3* COST  PRICES, iy
FRENCH, GERMAN AND ENGLISH MESS OOODS:
Awa; Down in Price.
ollaAO '.   Both Black and Colored, at Botlom Prioaa.
UGE TRIMMING, LACE ALL-OVERS, ORIENTAL LACES.
FANCY NETMC.: '
Everything new and lovely. This Department far surpaaisalany ure-
vious jwaton'a efforts and cannot he equalled in the Province. Ladits,
see lor yourselves. .*% w-.
HOSIER*/, GLOVES, LADIES' ONDERWEAR, AC:
A truly gnnd stool, in every make.
GENTS' FURNISHINGS, COLLARS, TIES, HANDKERCHIEFS,
UMBRELLAS: '
All choice nnd cheap.
rfiirt IO •   This depirtmem is full of alt the latest and moat beautiful
designs.
CORSETSi
A*ny Doan in Price,
STAPLE GOODS:
This Department ahould not he fi.rgiiltou. Tliu stock of nitons, Sheet-
iiil's, Diaiiers, Napkins, it'., Ac, is alwaya must cnni|ilete and all snid
at very low prices.
LADIES, ilont't fail to come and aecura bargain, before buying elsewhere.
Si. B.   All Goods entered on the Books will be charged at regular prices.
Jul' JAMM KUARD A CO- UNW MHK. MW MITWMTEI
Mnr OM in
i
HAVINO CONCLUDED TO OIVK UP
iHHineKN I wtmii nell the cnllre stook
cnnsistiii-tof Dry Ooods, Clothing, Mum
Fnrnlflhlnt Ooorts, Boot*, Hhotm, eto., at
25 Per Cent.
Below Cost.
Suits froni f*5.00 upwards.
14 yntila l*est Print, for 91.00
14 " " White Ootton.. 1.00
14 " " Brown " .. 1.00
10   »     No. 1 heavy Drilling, 1.00
10   »    Canton Flannel  1.00
Best 8/4 Bed Sheeting, 25c per yd.
Fine Children's Shoes, 75c, per pair.
Fine " Straw Hats, 25c. ea.
10 pair Ladies' Stockings, all colors,
for f 1.00.
10 pair Men's Socks for $1.00.
Men's White Shirts, 75c. each.
Best blue, gray and brown Overalls,
75c. per pair.
Vumts nt man Birgilis
bf (lire wc close onr more
O. LEISER.
New Westminstor, May 18, \m.
mylfWc
HERRING'S
Drug Store!
NFW PRICE LIST.
AXOTIH CEUT UHCTION FOK
€181 0NIT.
WARNER'S SAFE CURE,
WARNER'S SAFE WUS,
AVER'S- HAIR VIOOlt,
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
VBOSTABLE DISCOVERY, N.A I.
AVER'S SARSAPARILLA,
AVER'S CHER11V PECTORAL,
ALLAN'S LUNO BALSAM,
JAYNES' EXPECTORANT,
PIEKCE-SMEDICALDISCOVERY.-'Ou
HALL'S HAIR VIGOR, 75o
HOYT'S COLOGNE (Urge),        79c
HOP BITTERS, (JJOc
DIAMOND DYES, t for 55o
And many others-
l.v
8.V
,85c
woe
eoe
Wu
flOo
«'Physlo««*T-VM-lW-o*1sae«ll»tely
dlspenseil front pare SafUsh Drags at
reasonable price..
jafec
A. M. HERRING.
Phsrmaolst, N,W„ B.C. Future or British Colnmbia.
Editor Columbian: A comparatively small proportion of the whole
const of the " mainland of British Cu-
lumbia is available for agriculture."
(Vide minister of agriculture, " Information for emigrants.") Tho actual
area of laud available for ngticulturu
is comparatively small, and bo scattered that it ib simply impossible that
this province can compete with tho
(treat grain-producing countries uf tho
Dominion or of the U. S. of America.
The same objection would apply .to
Btock -raising, as this industry requires
even more lund than agriculture, and
although the hillsides, scantily covered with vegetation, might and do
uow offer substantial livings to a few
ae atock raisers, still - thoy aro not
plentiful enough to alluw of our
throwing out inducements to emigrants on this score. Tho groat want
of a new country is to be populated;
the great aim of the government of a
new country should be how tu best
Eopulate it. If tlm population ia
irge, the revenue of tho country will
be in proportion; therefore, money
spent for emigration purposes ia reproductive, resulting in prosperity to tha
country and decrease in taxation. To
get this population we must furnish
them with an industry.
Having shown that farming, agriculture and stock raising are not opon
to us, the question before us is, what
inducements can we truthfully oiler to
the emigrants of Europe und elsewhere
to causo them to turn attention to our
province1 I. say . " truthfully," because even shuuld we through fraud or
misrepresentation get thom to come to
us, instead of being a help they would
simply become a burden. " The gov-
ernment wero proud in having made
. effort b, and succeeded in bringing in a
large population, tbat would conduce
to the welfare and ptosperity of the
country. Considerable money had
been spent wisely in attracting settlers
to the province." (Vide speech Hon.
Wm. Smithe, Jan. 28th, 1886.) Public returns ahow the number of settlers
on government land iu 1885 to have
been 730, and the quantity of land
taken up to be 120,000 ncres.
The population of tlie province
(white) is computed at 30,000, of
which Victoria absorbs 12,000; the
£ other impll - towns aggregate about
4,000, leaving the backbone- of the
coonlry, the vast agricultural bone
and ■inew, at a paltry 14,000.
"v The reedpts from land sales for the
year ending June 110th, 1885, amounted to 8174,579.41. Of course this fact
affords the best possible evidence that
the country is being rapidly filled up
with that ofass of settlers who contribute so much to the happiness and general prosperity of the community, and
without which there would be little
progress in the world. (Vide Hon. S.
Duck's budget speech) On taking up
the gazettes haphazard I tind applications td purchase land by two separate
. individuals of about 6,000 acres in the
one case and 3,000 acres in the other.
In the face of these facts, the following statement from Mr. Duck's budget
speech must have been spoken in
irony: *■*- Nothing speaks bettor for a
country or ita government than to see
numerous agricultural pioneers seeking artd obtaining permanent settlement* jj»a. tlwhsoiL"''! Nnw, this hnd >
thtt Vroo scattered and too -smalf in
extent to allow of our competing with
the vast grain farms of the northwest
territories or the big cattle ranches
along the Northern Pacilic Railway,
would be just suitable for orchards
and vineyards, to say nothing of tlie
small fruits ihat are indigenous to the
soil, for our province is indeed the
home of fruit, and might become* the
garden of Canada if the land remaining for pre-amptioD purposes were to
be cut up into, say fiO-acre lots, or even
less, at the option of the pre-emptor—
for one acre in fruit trees is equal to
100 acres in grain, j
A man in England writes to say
that off 5j[ acres planted iu fruit, treas
he makes fmm $1,500 to 82,000 per
annum. A man on these islands told
me last year that ho made more money
iitf-his orohard of 200 trees than in
other ways off his whole ranch. During the time the trees are coming into
bearing the settler could support hiin*
self and family by the culture of vege-,
tables and the smaller fruits. The
market for the latter would ariau
through the development of other in-
duatries throughout the province, to
wit, the vast'floating populations that
will surround the mining, lumber and
fishing centres; all of these would absorb large quantities uf vegetables, and
in prosperous times even such luxuries
as strawberries, currants, etc.
" There is no reason why the canning of fruit ahould not iu course of
time become one of the most remunerative of the great local industries."
(Vide statement of minister of agriculture, 1883). I would suoploinmit
this statement by Baying that'not only
will this become one of the great local
industries, but I am satisfied factories
will flourish side by aide with it.
A nobleman in England 1ms Btarted
an orchard of 5,000. acres, as an experiment. A gentleman bought the
fruit from hiin aiul has turned a farm
bouse ou the property into a jam
- factory, arid both parties' are aucew-W.
... , ful in the undortakiutf.
Tho great market for Iho larger
fruits, will be from Calgary to Winnipeg. Here fruit cannot grow, and
Manitoba .and the Northwest Icn-i-
tories will naturally turn tmus fm- mi
fxohange of commodities.
The settlers tW Imve been fur-:
sighted onough to.see our great national future, and havi: tried to inn-u*
duco it, in many car#es have, been hampered by Md' stock, eithor' bought
from Yankee peddleis ov um-crupuluus
. nurserymoii.. ..
T kno*' of 'ouo cme in \Vhicl, a
rancher bought some green gage plums
from a nurseryman, and when they
camo into bearing they tuineil out tn
be a red plum, so bitter and unpalatable that (ie throw them io the pig**,
and even they refused to eat them.
We aro sadly viol imi zed, too, i.y
Yankee peddlers. These fellows eoinu
'round »nd: take yonr orders, ami
either fill thom with worthless trash or
do not flll-Mb-tt all. ■ Even tho gov-
ernment .throw* every dilliculty iu the
way of int'rotticing good stool:, by im-
po-ing a heavy duty on all imporu-
tions. ■ .
Altogether-Hiere isa fouling of Uen-
eral unrest and dissatisfaction existing
among Wiroh-ira dri th»* question. Wu
feel that it is unfair that a .lelthion
arrival ihoutd hate to grdjie in the
dark, finding nut that farming iu nnt-
ish Columbia is all a mistake, then asking himself iKqutwiiuii, *»A\,!■*,iho
best thing to be'durifcr Pvrlihps trading
this out when his nione>-is neiiiJy
fortunate enough to stem the torrent
of difficulties facing liim on the start
and gets his orchard into, bearing hu
finds fresh troubles awaiting him in
the shape of want of markets caused
by American produce being allowed to
come in, thc protective tariff being so
small that thu accumulated difficulties
of starting will not allow of our rancher
competing with them.
I claim then lhat it is imperatively
the duty of the government to solve
these difficulties, not leaving it to the
rancher to experiment aiid waste his
capital in finding'out what is the right
thing to do, as scores of ranchers have
and still are doing. At thu present
moment I am laboring under heavy expense tryiug simply to tind out what
sorts of apples suit the climate and
.soil. Others tell me tbey too ate
wasting valuable time-aud money in
tliis wot-k, that ought long ago to have
been made clear by the government.
I consider then, that in viow of
these facts, and that during the next
four years we will bo laboring under
heavy taxation, without thu government having any definite policy for the
opening up of tho country, for the introduction nf settlers (horticultural) in
u word, for the introduction of any
truo and lasting revenue—-tlie public
lands, uur heritage and our capital
being sold to speculators, nnd at preemption prices — the educational
branches of our political tree receiving
greater attention than our financial
position warrants—that all tliese tend
to mako our condition most alarming.
Sume such plan as thu followim? I
humbly think would at all events put
ub upon a solid footing.
1. Tbe government to parcel out the
remaining lands in fifty aero lots or
thereabouts.
2. Make the nou-cultivatiou of laud
a misdemeanor punishable by forfeiture. Or u heavy tax to be placed on
land not worked—say five cents per
acre on wild land..'
8. Reconstitute the emigration department with a view to encouraging
the introduction of fruit-growers, with
small capital if possible.
4. Work the emigration department
in conjunction with the Imperial lmv-
ernment emigration office, London, ur
at all events have tbe office in a more
business part of London than at present. Have a moro systematic plan tor
working thia department. In a word,
And out what class of settlers we want,
and then offer ever/' induce ment;
5. Lot the government start a model
orchard and vegetable ranclie under
the supervision' Of' n professor of horticulture and a staff of practical gardeners.
G. Let a day be sot apart as a public
holiday on which it be compulsory that
each person Bhould plant a fruit tree
(iu town say au ornamental tree) like
Arbor day in tho United State! of
America and Northwest Territories.
7. Encourage in overy way possible
the knowledge of fruit. Havo horticulture in conjunction with chemistry
taught iu tho schools, - '
8; Got the Dominion government to
alter the tariff as regards stock, and
also to increase the duties on fruits,
vegetables, etc. This scheme is hastily got together, and iB not intended to
be more than outlined. But I contend
it is sufficient oven as. it stands to
make Uritiah Columbia rank in the
first class of Canadian provinces; and
what is" far "more important, it would
give her a happy, prosperous aud numerous population.
T. It Fioo.
Mayne Island, July 2nd, 188(1.
mtm*i^Lmtmmm*lJm)m\\mmm—
A lamentable Error.
It was lacking twenty minutes of
press hour in the office of an nfternoon
daily.
Martaging editor (to telegraph editor)
--"'Got anything from that" Hanging
yet?'
Telegraph editor—"Nix.1" i
Managing editor- --"Hiing: him anyway, and let's go to press. The sheriff
down there is the correspondent for
the. morning paper, and that's why he
haB deferred the proceedings until too
late for the afternoon pres'l."
The managing editor wns horrified
next morning to find that the condemned man was given a respite of 30
Aays.-Tidliit*.
Aii Improbable Yarn.
'•One of my ancestors won a battle
during the Crusades by .his .skill in
handling hiB artillery," said the baron.
"But,.my dear baron," raid liis
friend, "at the time of'-tno Crusades
gunpowder bad not yet been discovered." .''■-.:
"I know tbat as well ni ynu do, and
so did my ancestor."
"How did he win the buttle, Jjien'*"1
"He brought his-^HtHjI^vy'' "t-il hosir
on the Saracens, and the stupid fools,
seeing tho guns, supposed that powdur
had at last, been discovered, and fled
in dismay/'ij-iT-sifU Sifthtga.
Tho Philadelphia jfecorrf aayu that at
a recent gathering uf electriciniiA thete
was talk of es'ahiishing stations in the
coal regions of Pennsylvania nnd of
trnu«uiitting electricity by wire for
[tower iiurp'i-ti'H, instead «f transporting thu coal. It is not improbable that
a re ut. stride* will soon ho made in tins
di rum ion, Tho suggestion .i* aimtln-r
form of an idea that wus entertained
by Siemt-nt-, who predicted Ihat the
tune would o-nie when coal Mould be
converted intogmat the mines nt the
rate of 40,000 cubic feet per ton, and
wmild be pumpisd to inanufacuiritig
center*-, thus doing utvav wiili the eX-
IKfii-dve syMein'o'f. nilMad traiiBpurK*
lion now in vogue.
M*inj ingenious prophecy \* tinnii ua
iu a hook called " Bietiglieiin." it is
ilie story of a great battle which i-> t<-
be fought iu Germany in 18110 01.,
The United States is arrayed iiguitjcit.
(J or in all v tlnoiigh tiwpuli'S ovi-t phuses
lift lio iiues'ioii nf naturalization. The
war is fought in Europe, and most i.f
the pinveta aru drawn in, The iin.il
issuiUH tlm tiinioplianl «stablishnii*|its
of republicanism in Europe.
if the New York workiugmen «■!¥■*
have boycottt'd a pniiicnlar l>n'wt-j,'t.
beer would boycott every brand of
bum- it would be tl.e most pi-rtHtaldo
find juMtifiablu boycott ever indnl-,-. d
iu by (lie mods "(' (oil, —Pldladrliihln
Times,     '
t,)noiig Wo, a graduate of Yale Uol-
lefii'i left New Yo,!- a few days avo iu
the intcrurit, of ihe Chinese Six C-ui-
I-anil's of San Frmicisco, to coiunlute
at-ian-jiiiuMiti* fill' the clouizjitiiiii of
nhout 10,000 of bia MitMfaiuli ill
Peru.
HE. BEO. RDDuE
 OF THE—-
-%fXC" — t9-X,X__
Absclutely Pure.
Thin powder never varies. A marvel of
imHiy.sl i'1'iiutli ninl wImiI'srimeiiess. More
economical tlinn tlie ordinary kinds, and
cannot bu aula lu compeiitlou with tlio
multitude of lowtesl.slioi-t weight alum
in- I'liospliiiti* powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal Baking I'owj-kk t'o., 106 Wnii St.,
New York. 3fely
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSEHYMAN J: DEALSlRIN
Fruit ami Ornamental Trees,
Ladner-8 Landing, B. O.
11HK HUBSCIHBEH WISHES TO IN-
. form tlie poople of Britisli Columbia
Unit he lias established a Nursery at Lad-
tier's Landing, and Is prepared to All
all orders for Fruit Ti-ci-h, Ornamental
Trues, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
Ae. Trees Imported or homo grown according to tho wishes of customers. The
suliserllier tins had a Ihorou-jli practical
training In the business, and having a
permanent nlnko In the country It Ik hia
Interest to deal fairly with thc public. He
will wall upon the various towns and settlements shortly- and all orders will have
his personal attention,
aimtc E. HUTOHERBON.
STORAGE,.
F0RWARDINGI
AGENTS FOR O. P. N. OO.
WE ABE NOW PRGPAItBO TO HE*
eelvo, Store aud attend lo Forwarding Goods front
HOPE TO GRANITE CITY.
Merchants mul others comdgnlng goodi
toourearcwlll have onr.hest attontlon at
tho lowest ratea, *    ■■ "
Ff-aser & Peters.
Hope, B.O., April 23, MM. MapSm
Has appointed tho Undersigned his
Agent for HewWestnlniter City and
District.
All Orders by Mall or otherwise will bo
promptly uttended to.
Designs, Samples of Material aud Prices
furnished on application.
C. R. MONCK.
Now West., MaySlst, 18SI. JnKo
(UMITED)
(LATE D*BECK BROS. & GO.)
Hills and (Mce at Sapperttm, one
■ilie Irom New Westminster.
Braneb Lumber Yard at Vancouver,
MANUPAOTUHEKH AND DEAt.EIIS IN
ALL KINDS OF
Rough and Dressed
Shingles,
Shakes.
Laths.
Pickets.
WEST END
Plain and Fancy
And Confectionery always on hand.
GROCERIES ^PROVISIONS
Delivered to any part of the Clly,
ac-Bfax/y 233aofD.,   Columbia Rtreet,
•Jc21-lo	
IS. WIS IC 0.
Wholc-ruile mul Retail
DRUG GISTS I
Xew Westminster, B. C.
inliliit-:
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY.
Gity of Hew Westminster 1
FRESH WATETTERMINUS!
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
CITY RESERVES
GARDENS.
AITllliU* AUCTION will lnko Hue-Mil
llii< I'ouncil Chambers, In the City of
Sew NVfNt.tiiln-.li-r, on
Thursday, July 15th, 1886
spent in buying what is almost utn-lotia
to him. Tlii'ii 6ndintf thi-fruit at nek
of tbe country is in many caso* wuft\U
loss, lit) ill ili-H'iair turns to otln-i- co'iUfi
tries, snd mure reliable deulrra--r!iaH tu,
pay heavy fri-iiilii, ami iliwi finds, «■
■um up all hi* .lillL-ul'ici. Hint, the govern in tint iiiKtt-iul nf | iiBdistinu him,
floors hm with li«iny tiw'm,    It he is
In Kiiirtiinil a militia officer i.i liever
ruqoi/niw-j by Inn mjlitiu-y titlo unliins
in unif'-rii) mid on duty.
Canniltnn I'snlter .mul Hymnal, with
Uiinm (tor I'lvhlij-ti'i-iaii Church), at '1'.
1!, I'ta-'flmi & 09. s, New Westiuiliutei-
ami Oranvllle. *
} .\li>rt---n:-!H, I 'i.ctln, liE-uuea, Agreo
nii'iits of Null*, ninl blank forms of all
kinds, at T. It. I'l-miion ft Co's. *
  I
At 10 o-qIocIi lu lhe forenoon, when the
foltoivhtir lols will bcHiibmllti'd topulille
eoiiiiiftition, In iienift-uanco with "Land
Silk i:v Law, ISSl," and amend in cut h
tlierclo, via:
OOYKllNMKNT OFFICE OAKPENB.
Hloek A.
lots Nos. ^, 4, 0, 8,1) and 10.
Lots Noa. Hi to 20, inclusive.
ViOTOlUA UARDKNH-Blpck,H.,
Lota Nob. 3 to 7, inolusive.
Utn Nos. :)4, :i.i and .'Hi.
RT. I'ATItlCK'S 8QUARK- -Block I).
I.ols Nos*. 4 to 8, inclusive.
Lots Nos. lOty-lS,    ,l
AUCK.dARDENS-Block K.
Lois Nos. fi, ■'■, Ouml 10.
CLINTON VUCVt RESERVtS-Bloek F
I-ntH Nos, I to 5, inelimive.
Lota Nos. 33 to M,   "*
■IM»'Xos;H, Oend 10;
&% OKOROK'8 BQUARE-Rlock If.
I-ots Nos. II and 7, and
tat* Noi Id to tVl, iifcliialve.
fi'l'. ANDREW'S SQliARE-Blrok K.
' J--ots -Non.- 7 «rtd 8; nnd
Lots Noi*, 10 to ID, inelnnivc.
Lots Nos. 21'to 40,      ,"
t9"Vhi> L'ltsare mostly 00 hy 11(2 feat.
TKRMK- 'tt^i-ii'L-.-nl on lhe full of thp
li .nimer; -,:;',.-nn- t-.nl. In llir"i! mouths;
nnd the Ixi hi ner of lln- inin-biiHn liuincv In
six iimiiMiNfiDiiidnU'iir Hnli),
Ily ovdev,     <
A..I. ALRUtT. fl.M.C.
t;fiy Clcrh1* OIU* o.
Ni-W W.'-iniliisici.-Mih.luni*. 18WI.
Jeljfllil
Doors.
Windows.
Blinds.
MoalaingSs
Brackets.
Balusters.
And everything in tho Wood Lino ro*
quired for building purposes.
H. L. DeBECK,
mhfite Manager,
Spring M
'NOTICE
Haa imported front London, Kng.,
a large stock of
The Latest Sltuprs and Fushion.
Trimmed and Untrimmed
mm,
Feathers,  Flowers,
Also, n good Assortment of
Dolmans,
Jackets,
As late in fashion, cheap nnd good
as to li? had in It. C.
Kerr Jb Co-» Ji, M. T. M0-yd. 6-cord
Spools, 50c. per doien.
We keep it atock of
WOOLS
OF ALL KINDS,
-ALSO,-
|) " *'-*-*'
SB HEREB1 GIVBN that mtplloatlon
will bu mado fo the Uslslativo Awiem-
yof the Pravlnce of HiltiHh Coiumbin,
at the next. neHHlon thereof, for nn Aet to
fncorporatoacompany for the purpose of
eonHtrnc-llui-, managing nnd maintaining
Wnter Worku at the terminal point, of tint
Canadian I'aelflo Railway on Coal Harbor
and KiiKllsh Bay, and for tbe pnrponea
thereof granting to tlie mild company the
prlvllogQ of taking water from Cnpllano
Creek, Iliirnnby Lako or other suitable
Roints, with power to tho wald company
) build 11 u in os, luiucducta, lay pipes, erect
dams, oequlre lands, and do all other acts
and things necessary for the purposes
uforesuld.
EBBBTS A TAYr,OR.
Solicitors for Applicants.
Dated Septoml>er.10lh, 1S8S. deitte
Land Registry Onilnance* 1870
The Knsterly lmlr ur Lul No. 1, Bluck V-
pnrl or tbe Town ot Vranvllle, new
In thc City or Vtuif unvrr.
WHEREAS THK CEBTJPIOATE OF
Title of Lewis Carter to the above-
ini'iitloncd land hns beeu destroyed, and
application hus been mnde fur lulupllcnte
thriviif; Notl»o is (herefore hereby given
of mv I u ii-ii t Imt lo issue a fresh certificate
of title in lien of that so destroyed, unless
cause bo shewn to tho contrary within
one mnnlli from Ihe dnte hereof.
B. W. ABMHTRONG,
Deputy ltcglstini-.
I.iind Hej-lslryOmei',
New WeM m I lister, Kith June, 188tl.
J n liim 1
igs
At thu coinmuiicoiueiit of nn.-thnr
Spring we tako thia opportunity in
(hank the publio for past favoia, and
hope for * continuance of tin? sume.
Globe House
WM. RAE,
Manas;".
Cirl.llMHU STKKKT,
Nrw Wkhtminktkb.      ap3to
NOTICE.
At,h ACCOtrNTR HUB TO  MM MIJHT
bo paid forthwith olheiwlsnihcy will
be placed In the bands of my solicitor.
lh IiEIHEB.
New Westminster, Mny W.1SW.
IllmyHm
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870,
Tin- S. }■_ ortlie s. ii or lol No, II, Bleck
III. In lhe Suburbs iir New ITestmlR-
sler (HoHonle Cemetery),
WrilEBEAH THE CEBTIKtCATE OY
Title of .Toslas Charles Hughes,
Henry J Iny and .lolm Hendry (Trustees)
to theBbove-inentioncd land has been
lost or nest royeit and application has been
made for a duplicate thereof;
Notico Is therefore hereby given of my
Intention to issuo a fresh Certificate of
Title In lien of that ho lost or destroyed,
unless cause be shewn to tlio contrary
within one mouth from tlio date hereof.
It; Vf, ARMSTRONG,
Deputy'Ttogl-Jtrar,
Laud Registry Olliee,
Xew Westminster, SOth June, 188C
joSJml
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAMES F1S11KR, Proprietor.
MONUMENTS HEADSTONES, TOMBH,
TABLETS AND DROSSES, FUIt-
MTUBE MARDl-ti, Ae,
Persons liviii',rntii distance, by sending
a descript inn of wlmt tbey wish, ran have
designs, prices, etc., furnished on application. All work guaranteed equal to any
on the Piic ii Const, and nt reasonable
rate.1-.  N,...  No agents employed.
Gortton Streot- Victoria- B.C.
Opp. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church.
mh rite
JOHN S. COX,
Importer and Dealer In
F»«LPitn
WHITE I.KGIIOI1J.S,
■IIIOIVN I.KIJ ilOIINS,
PLYMOUTH HOCKS,
l.ANOSriAKUS,
White Crcsttril llln.-k Poland,,
Onliicn Fowls,  Rouen Ducks.
Whilo Pufclu Ouoks.     -
Pit Gonios, Houilons.
iira-lUrils mul EitjtJH irupiilli'il nt low rates,
nnrl nil stunk guili'iinti-i-il.       , ■"■'■•,
lloynl Avenue, Kust or Douglas St,
lilliJJte
KSTABLISIIEU IS75.
The West Shore
*r,I2*E3,E3
For the balance of lSSf-, Inctudlnii the
mammoth holiday number, to nil who
subscribe now for IK80.
With thc Jmiunry Issue THE WKBT
SHOItEwIll liccin ItHiwelfih year. Every
numbercr.iitiiins nrlnlnul lllusiratlont-nr
scenery, towns nnd iudustrlcs In the Pacifio Northwest, equaling In excellence the
best productions of Knstern inni'uzlnes.
Tlio contrlhulcd nrtiek's, geuem) lllera-
turo nnd stories are cntertninlnj-and carefully edited, mnking the magazine a
chusle family visitor. The comments on
Ovonuof Inleii'.sl hi tills rei-loil mid tho
luri-e amount of information concern ing
our various resources nnd the progress of
development glveii in every number render it cMicmcly vnlunble. Nofnmllj can
adordtodo without It. and every opflfl-
uanelnllv IntcrOfltOd in Iho Paelllc Norlh*
west or desirous of leitrnlnii IU resources
will find It Invaluable.
If thesubscrlplion price (82 per year) Is
Kent In now you will be entered for 1886,
mid the reiniiludL'i' of 1895 will besentas
a premium.
U SAMUEL,  ,
tutlils)      122 1'Vont Street, Portlnnd Or.
FIRE
TERMS EA3Y.
1). .S. CURTIS, AOKNT,
Now Westiniiistet'.
M. H. OOWAN, StcliCTAltv,
jiriliti'
.Vlotorlo.
Fire! Fire!
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, SHrddmie. l&ffl.
Mil. (1. llflllEBTMON,
.        Vnncouver!
IteprcsentliigOoIdicA McCulloch,
Gait, Ont.
fr-m.-Wc the uiulcrsli-ncd huving wlt-
ncsscil tlie terrible (lie which wiped out of
exiHtenec lhe young city of Vancouver,
ou thu littli Inst., have, after the lln>, ex*
amlnvd tbe safes sold by you, some of
which were pul to tlie most sovero test,
having been Nuriouhdcd by large quantities of Iiml and bacon, nud we are pleased
to testify to the remarlcablo manner In
which every Safe sold My you preserved
its contents, not only bunks and papers,
but also' thousands of dollars In paper
money wero tnkon out in perfect condition. Wo can, therefore, with the grent*
est coiilidcuci-, recoiiiiueu'd them us thoroughly lire prnofi
L. A. Humilton, for the Ciinadlnn Pnclfle
llliilway I'oniimny: M. A. Miiel,can,
Mayor; .lohn .1, lllako, Stipendiary Magistrate; Bleli'd. Alexander, Juat fee of
the Peace; John Bon It boo,. Pol Ice Magistrate, City of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
JtiBlIeo of Iho Peace; Isnno Johns, Col.;
Rdwitn !■'. Hnnd, Reiil Ksttito Broker;
H. Ilulfour, Aldi-rmiin; John Hunk In,
item Ksinte pinker: Pither A Edson,
llovnl Hoi el: II, K. Ivcefcr, Contrnolor,
O. P. n,l J. W- M-I-'ivrliidd, Port Moodr,
to Vancouver nid English Bay; F, C.
Innes A Co., Bi-al Estate lirokcrs; A. Vf.'
Boss, Bon I Estnte llmkor; (Irnvely A
Spinks, Benl Esinle lirokcrs; ll, C. Fer*
wiMiii, Mnr. H. 0.1'. Mills. jpflnic
STEAM
ESTABLISHMENT,
Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C.
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
VllOMPTLY EXECDTKD
FIRST-CLASS STYLE
'il
Bill Heads,
Circulars,
Letter Heads,
Envelopes,
Cards,
tags,
Posters,
Programmes,
Legal Blanks,
Show Cards,
Books,
And all Sorts of Plain
or Colored Work.
—IMHVMM-S iKD SSklSSS I»—
Books,
Stationery
Fancy Goods
Pianos
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
Magazines,
Toys, etc.
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,   and  second  to  no
House in British Columbia.
 SOLE AOENTS FOR-
The Henry F.Miller Mo,
Ol
The Dominion Orsan,
Of Bowmuville, Out.,
And agents for all the leading Amorican
PIANOS & ORGANS
SPECIAL  FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
On th* premiiea, u neatly and cheaply
an at any oMmi wtitiliihrnf-nt in tha
Province.
UR FACILITIES FOR
O
COMMERCIAL PRINTINQ
Are fur beyond those of any other establishment on the Mainland, and our prices
-will compare favorably with those of
Victoria.
Done on the Premises.
Wo have a first-class RULING MA-
CHINK, nnd aro prepared to rule all
kiittln of forms to order,
jarPlain Binding neatly done.
.0. ROBSON Sl CO.
PBOFBIIIOIW
—AOENTS  FOk	
Conledenthm Lilt Aimran-e Co..
North Britiih Md Mercantile Flit
hmiMMt C».
 Agiiita lm Klrtt-Oltiss—
IBE asd IBB6UU800F UFE8
uirrtira ixourn,
ISKDH, HOKTUAUiH,
bills tr am,
tmntsu hovbe iuxkb,
UUU, FBtW. RRTU,
0K0BR8, RHIIPT8,
Aiul ill klmls ol Blnnlt Books ud Blank
Forms oil hind.
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
Haa Just Received
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS I
A Large Quantity of
Boys'nnd Youth's |
Clothing!
7 Cases of American
FELT    HAT 81
Also, a full line of
BENTS'FURNISHING OOODS |
 HE NOW HAS	
The Heat Assortment In the above |
line erer exhibited In New
Westmlniter.
LATEST   ST-2-X."SS|
At Lowest Possible Prices for CJnsli
Call Hull' and  Jluk. Yonr Selection |
Ooluhm Sinn Opp. Bask if I, C.
1
Importer and Dealer in
Family Groceries
—AND—
FB0VI8I0NS.
Imported in quantity I
First-Olass in quality]
Sold at Bottom Price:
The best Place in thi
Oity to buy your
Groceries.
D.McPHADENj
Deane's Brick Block,
NKW WESTMINSTER, B. P.
wm. cunml
PACIFIC
COLUMBIA STKEET.
New Westminster, B. (1
 AU the Usdlng	
NEWSPAPERS
 AND	
PERIODICALS
BifoUrly reoelred. gutauriptieni takta
lor »ny Pnblicstion at owMt ntw.
tt Wt Import dlnot Iran unlu.
tm •»< o*nnol ko nndanoU In this
Provlnoo.
T.R. PEARSON & 00.,
COLUMBIA   8TRJ-BT,
Htm   Weitminiter, B. 0.
ti.it.)
HAVING PDRCHASED tlie Blnurl
smithing business lately carried cl
by W. K. Lewis, and the Pacific Cal
rlage Works, carried on by Juinistonc t
Smith, wo are prepared to iiiamifactii,|
all kinds of
Farm Wagons,
Carriages,
Phaetons,"
Buggie*^
Express Wagons,
Drays, Carts,
Stages,
Ami everything in the vehicle litl
on the shortest notico ntid at real
onable prices.
We also keep in stock the alio J
articles, and all kinds of WngJ
and Carrirge Material.
Repairing, Palntliiit it ttl_\
IHlng done at reasonable prices.
BUCKSMITHINC
In all its branches. Farmers', Jul
gers', Mill and Contract Work, nil
Horseshoeing undertaken; Agricil
tural Implements, and everythitj
in the hlacksmitli line made to ordil
We also keep in stock to supd
the trade,—Iron, Steel, OumberluS
Goal, Chain, Horse and Ox Sho.l
Steel and Iron Harrow Teeth, Hii
rows, Springs, Axles, unil a comphr
stoek of Carriage Hardware,      1
Having secured first-class wotl
men, we feet confident of giving S|l
isfaction,
All material and work leavil
the shop will be guaranteed firfl
class. Orders from the count]
promptly attended to.
tnhSto     KEID iit CURRIE '

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