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Array 0t & t ■*#■■•   •*■■    '* *•-•**«•
Cowrnmonm-inkinj offl<*
Columbian.
VOLUME 5
(TEW WESTMINSTER, R 0., MONDAY EVENING, JULY 23, 1888.
NUMBER 18
D
tWIH.If SMITH, M.D.
OFFIUM-t'larkson Stroet, opposlto reBr
entr-iitie ot Colonial Hotel.
REsrilKNaE-AKiies St., opposlto new
I!ri|itlsl llluiii'li.   Telephone No. 28.
OFFICE liotllls—10 ii. m. to 12 noon; 2
to 5; rind ():■'«) lo 8 p. ni. ilmilOto
II
•it. ci)oi*M«, n. A.,n. P.,
PHYSICIAN * SOROEON.
KK1CK nnrl  RESIDENCK-Chririrlr
rnoxt rloor to Formers' Homo), near
Columbia su, Now Westminster, 11.0.
iiKFICH HOITH_-8tolO».m.; lto.nnd
1180 to 8 p. m. Culls In town and country promptly attended to. fu2tc
n WKLSIl,
■      DENTIST.rlfrT IIMJiJ
Boom lfl,       -       -       Coltiulul Hotel.
OFFICE Houns-lOto*. Jfefita .
/-tnitiioin.n _ Md'.iix,
BARRISTER.*..
SOLICITORS, ETC.
Ofllcps. Masonic Biilldliii'ir.NewWoiitmln-
•iter, mid Vancouver, 8. C.      ,|y31d«U>
rp   C. ATKINiON,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, _0.
MoKensle Street.
dwfelOlc New Westminster, B. 0.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of the beat makes; ('roKS-CIlt & Ilaild-Saw*,
Barbed Wire for I'eneimt, end all the necesMry VteiulU for Farming!
Pulley Blocks, 8na«e» Block), Rope A Chain in all sUcs; Pitch,
Tiir&Onkumi Tarred ahd Plain Paper for Building! Paints & Oils
In all colors; Liquid Paint In all shades; Floor Paints ready tonse; Grind
Wonost Wall Paper in all designs* Brooms & Bni»lu*» for nil purposes;
Iillbricatlllg Oils) Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
tr Spcirial attention given to orders by mail.
UA  Mflfli,
dwjlyJto. .r
OU-BM STBIKT, N(W WESHUMTKIl..
New Blacksmitii Shop!
CUNNINGHAM&RAITH
Donglns Street, New Westminster.
| ITT   NORM AN HOLE, H. 0.,
BARRISTF.R-AT-L.W.
, fi.llid Agnrrt      t Money to Loan.
'roliimlilu St.,
sc2to Sew Wcntmlirsti'r, 11. 0.
| pi.ow & MAOLwaa,
ARCHITECTS.
lOpFIOt-- Room E,
Qv?rBaukof B.C.,
illlurlltrr
Columliln Stroet.
Ip   IV   GRANT,
ARCHITECTI
Ofl'lfK-Corncr Mary rrrnl Clnr-hrrou Sts.
dwfe'_to
-ll.I.IAJl R. KINO, .
AROHITECT,1""**'"'
PllUILDINU A LAND SURVEYOR
SANITARY ENGi:
DrKioK-New Masonic Block,
ilwnpiato Westminster.
GENERAL BLAGKSMfTHINQ.  MACHINE & PLOUGH REPAIRING.
/ I , | HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIALTY.
WU HAVE JUST OPENED OUR NEW SHOPS AND ARB;N0*W PRE-
parcd to undertake all kinds of Blacksmith Work at Moderate
Prices, Having had 8 J years experience in some of the belt agricultural
sections of the United States and Canada, we understand our business and GUAR.
ANTEK SATISFACTION.
A largo stock of IRON, STEEL, COAL, HORSK-SHORS * NAILS kopt on
hand,, at LOWEST PRICES. djlylStc
I MACHIN
Corner Columbia and
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Civio officers.—Mayor, Robert Dlek-
liisoii: Oity Clerk, Cnpt. Koblnsoii. Police Miig.Htma*, T. c. AtkinHon; Chief
Engineer Flro Department, Wl Corbett;
ANHlKtlillt, H. Ueiwi.
Court oitTiciALS.-Ju460 of-the su-
{mme Court, Hon. .1, r. McCrolifht; Hogls-
rait W* 11. FiiKlliw; Hhcrlff, W.J. Arm-
itr-ons.
Fnovi.NciAT. owh-kiw. -■ Govon. incut
Agent,Clius.Wmwlck; ltoglstrtrnfTitles,
li. W. Al'iiiHlion-j-; Supt. of Provincial
Asylum. Dr. It, I. Bontloys augur of Any-
lum, Jim. l'hillipBj GlovornorfK Contral
Prison, Win. Moresby; stewiiif Hoyul Co-
lumbian llosplliil, Chits. WjAy,. Jmmf-
Ki-utloii Ayont, Jno. Kprotl*; (Ai-unor, W,
li, Ferris.
Dominion OiwioiAia—POHtiiiuslor, J. 0,
Brown; CoMcutor.of CuBtonm,,T,H. (Mute;
Warden of Ponl toe Mnry. A;flLlffeBrttbj
Dominion Lnml Agent, H.H.W. Aikiunn;
Crown Timbnr Agouti T. 8, Hlggln.un;
lUHpectorof I'lfllierJ«ntTliWJB»trat;L* '
BBpftKBKNTATlVKB.-Hunntor, Dr. T. tt.
Molnnes; Houhn of Commons, .)ou*il<t
,Chinholmj; Provincial L'Mlslnturo, dipt.
Sn fill
mHE UNDERSIGNED,
X    Machinery to th *   '
Tiirnin
Am
t
|OIVlf, ENGINEER,
LAND SOItVEYOIt and
DRAUGHTSMAN.
flrriCK-Now Mnsonln mock,
<lwinlilr,(i: New Westminster.
W.J*
WALKER A <».,
|AOCOVNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
REAI, ESTATE, __r80UANC_-.|
GENERAL AGENTS."
ft, Rank Utillillngs, N-wWestmln-rte*
f 11 Clure Rood,Halifax, j'njlaml,
dwinylTli-
[|1  J   TRAPP,
AliOHONEEltANDAWHAISKR,
fti'.nmliln Street ....New Vi>i.tnitnnlBr
In
Cni
A lal
for sale.
Weal
COAL, Hi
WOOD-VI
ta-I's
our Stoi
dwiUr'
do att kinds of
i§9 Machine Work, forging,
tLlfKSMIlHI\ti, at pricei conaklenbly lower
■n to havo in the course of a lew weeks a
DRV
UGEST STOCK and
none but the VBRY
can guarantee satis-
!d tile services of a
Business,will hare special
ofi all kinr* of Machinery, cither Steam or Agricultural Imple-
#»rHng«r, Ploughs, Harrows, or snjrthta^elMj line, will have
JllllltlllK illd TrlminlUK done at reasonahle rates.
tof Waieois, Expresnes and lluggles, of tlie best quality,
Jot, totrrpiily the trado, all kinds of IKON, STEEL, CHAIN,
(SHOP, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS, AXLES,
ilD-W«0D l'LANK, etc., at Viotoria prices,
tendels given on all kinds of Ironwork.    Call and inspect
'*' j|ve money by lt.
".ID & OURBIE.
mm,
WHOLESALER
*-%£.-*<
MAUjB close and AnuiVE,
olossi
For Can, pac. lty.—Dally (except Bunday
and Moniiuy), at 12.30, and on Saturday
(tor df spat cli Hunday)ttt2_.
For Victoria, V. I,, und Western U.S. Offices—Monday, 12.4fi; Tuesday, 8.16; Wednesday, 0.-JO; Tliursday, 8.15; Friday,
fi.3(l: Nat.urdfiy, 8.1.1
For Vancouver, Mooayvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlel—Dally (except Sun-
ay) at 8.15.
For Ladner's Landing and Luln Inland—
Monday, 12.40; Wednesday and Friday
For Clover Valley, T_all*BPralrlo, Surrey
Centre and Langley Pralrlc-Haturday,
9.
For North Arm anil Sea I«land—Thursday, 13.;jo.
For Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 12.45.
For Plumper's Pons—Monday, 12.45.
For Nanalmo (direct mall)—Tuesday, 19.
DTTBJ
From Can. Pac. Ry.—Dally (except Saturday) at Mil*.
From  Victoria—Sunday.   Tuesday and
Thursday IH: "Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11.80.
From Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
nnd Burrard Inlet—Dally (except Sunday) at IO.
From Ladner's Landlnfr and Lulu Island
j-rSunday; Tuesday and Thursday. 10,
~~ Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie and
[ley Prairie-Friday, 16.
North Arm aud Sea Island—TUurs-
-.1% j
Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 11, '
 ,_ Plumper's Pass—Sunday, if).
From Nanalmo (direct mall)-Saturday,
POST OFFICE HOUBS:
General Delivery from 9 to lfl (7 p. in.).
Toeadays, Thursdays and Saturday!. 9 to
UirWondayo, Wednesday! and Friday*-
ekrept when malls are being sqrted.   '•■'•'
MONRT OKDBB A SAVINGS BA-JK.-Dattf
—0a.m. to i p.m., and from 6 to74nj
Saturday evenings.
i-ailfi f ritish -Columbian
Moaday Erealag, JalyM, mt*
N0TE8 AND COMMENTS.
All oommlsaloDS will receive prompt
. d careful attention. Best references
■ven when required. mhiC-lc
RAND BROS.
>Kil. BSTATB BUOKKAS,
Couve-fnuoerif Coll#ct«r«, .;,
And Insurance Agouti,
gees nt VIOTOElAi Fort Street,    I
NEW WESTMINSTER:  Cornor
MoKoimio and OliuJtson sta, ,
VANCOUVEK, Cordova StreeL
■tlM LDINO LOTH for salo in nil hct-t.oiiH
Ivanuouverand New Westminster City,
If ARM LANDS of superior mini lty for
10 at ChllHwhacl*:, Port Hammond,
Kigley, Matsiiul, Sumas, Mud Day.Lad-
■'» LitiidiiiK, Lulu Island, North Arm
11 P1U River.
naps and Plana exhlhlted and tlm full*
■information fiirnli-iliodatnll our offices*
* fa2i>te
riLLIAMS   BROS.
land Agents & Surveyors.
JNS PIEKPAUKD. SUKVKYS HADE
Jgii or Small Sums of Money Advanoed
|i Good hiecuritiea, at Iltiaaonalilo
K:itc3 of Interest.
■mt for ante on Primer Itlver, nbove
and Iii'low Sii-w IV cm minster.
■jr.tiTAM-3 TIROS, are In coiwtfintcom-
ktcnt-lnn with inteinling soltlcrsfmm
pinnd nnd elsewhere, and have spouinl
Illlles for ell'octliiK sales.
Jholf i-lmrKes are lower than any oilier
■nls Ui Hit.' Province.
lfFICEH --Corner of Granville and Cor-
Ei Rlreeh, and opposite 0, P. It. Station,
Vinivvr, II. IV dxpl-Iml
foard & Lodging.
hs. OEO. WIS*! WtS II.BTITBNED
lo New Wosr.m|nstor, and will bs
isiril to reiwlvo Bont-rlsrs nr Lmlj-ors.
tlilr^sst Columbia Klrsrrl, opposil.Cll-
IlllClrurirlr. ilJIylStlO
SSTMINSTER - BLAINE-
WHATCOM
'AWE     LJ.\E.
|H. MILLE1VH STAOEB Will mitko
two trips a week betweon Wcstinln*
Ind Hint no, nmlthiK close eouncdlkms
I the U. H, Mall maw line liet.wcen
he and Whuh-om. Hlnces LEAVN
I'l'MINKTEIt oil TllUHHDAY and
RTRDAyat 8a.m.; rctiirnlitifLl-.AVR
■INE on WHDNBSDAY and FRIDAY
la. in. Kurthw uaKleulnrs may to
lined at the Colonel Hotel,   myaidte
BOOTST«ra
COLUMBIA    8TREET,
'3-Te'w   *T77"est__ai*ast©r-    B.   O.
.tttitm
T£HCHER_pNT^.
MAI.E TBAOHBRPOftPOBt MOODY
Dlslrlot.  Holiool.    Dulles   to com-
tiinllirri lirst Muniluy 111 August,    Apply
jiot Inlsr Hiun Siitnrilny, atli ltiiL :
W. El-ON,
Henrolary School Board.
I'orl Moody, 11. C, July 17,1888.  dwjlymd
RE MOVED I
Minn * PEARSON,
HEAL ESTATE,   INSURANCE   AND
Il  Financial   AganN,   have removed
fiom MeKonzle Street to tlielr now and
commodiousoilleon lu the
HANK OF B. C. BUILDINO,
Opposite the Post Ofllco.  All persons de-
fii-iii-. to buy or sell Real Estato, negotldte
1,011ns, or liiKiiro their Lives or Properly.
nn1 adviwed to call at the new offlees.
dwjlylOml     ' MAJOR*PEARSON,
A BARGAIN.
JflOB HAUE-m A0BK8 GOOD I_vND,
r situated oo a trunk road, about3 miles
Bom Bt-owusvllle. Portion of land rlcn
bottom: bulnnce lightly timbered. Prnme
of small house on premises; otber im-
StoTtnlenl*. such as clearing, draining,
•". Price, 112.00 per acre; further particulars on application at this omce.
L.X.X.  Jk.—'
OLD STAND,
Oiii). me C. P. N.co.'s Wharf,
For a General Assortment of
Dry Goods,
oLOT_a:i_sra-?
Millinery,
Ladies'& Children's Apparel,
<r!rc>cc>rk's. Crockery, Cord-
i ago, .tc.
Butler Kegs, Barrels,
liny. Ciirniii, Feed, Ac.
FARM  PlfODUCe
IlOTOHT OB SOT.D ON 0OHMIS8IOK.
-r__.z-c_-ii~wxan_
^'jiost si'nBCT, ■ -■ 8«w —vtttaMttk.
\. ■■   dmjrl_mi.   ,.,.,:.-.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
Uurantrr capital tl.ooo.w.
Full Gov'm't Deposit
-H-EiD Ojffice, Toronto, Canada
A H0ME*C0MPANY.
Thi- Association merits the'
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Roeuii»y offered to polley holdera Ib
nnrarpasaed by any Company doing bunl-
nm In Canada, 11
Ithainoiiobomdiiof Innarance, but tbe
mlt-aitabllehed linen, hence the poliuy
holdancannothe in is led an lo thoir con-
Ita etatementi to tbo public can he rc-Rd-
!ly nndentood, IU cash ntatoinout ibow-
nr every Item oflnromo and hovrexpen-
ItipORltlonlineoertal nod nnnuully from
a detailed valuation In wlil.li every item
of liability la Included.
Its progfttt hai bMii unoiampled In
tbe hlatory Of loiurance In Canada.
Ita policies are Indisputable after three
yeara, and uon-forfeltalile after two yeam'
ealfltence.
Ita proflt-s are dUtrlbutcd upon an equitable Msls. Tbe proflti to one oltua of
policy holdera are not lensened to give
larmr,proflta to any other clas«, which
method affords superior Advantagex over
the uulform bonus plan of dlstri button.
liWral Cc«<IHImi at im RenMetw* and
Travel.
J, K. MacnOtfATJ),
"<■-.?. Manairlng Dlrpclnr.
T. R. PlARSON
_l»nt, M.w WwtmlnsWi ■
j   JtMMMW*MUt>,
Absoiiiteiy.^ure.
Tbls powder never varlei.
purl ty.streiiKtli ami wholcNkinonoBH,
economical than tho ordlu r,   "
eannot be nold In eompe' i
multltudo of low test, Nhm-i
or phosphate powder**.   Sol I only In ennis,
ROVAT.BAKINO FOTs'DBB C 	
New York.
Tug for Sale!
TUO BOAT 7G FKET: tio! POUND MA-
chlnery, byKiiKlurn in ki-rs.
EIkssbIbRWIOKRA WWIiPFBOHHi
djafltc , Voncaivw, B. C.
A marvel of
lonosH. More
y kinds, and
lion with the
weight alum
J only In ci
.,106 Wall St.,
Sfely
Cheap for Cash.
OAA ACnKS OK r,AND,:l M1LEBFROM
A\)\t We8lmliiHter,onaso*droadillr_l-
olaAs bluh land, 100 ncres of It from -I to6
feet black toam,thehntiuict> airier bottom;
good house and out building-.. For further
particulars enquire at THIS OFFICE.
New West., June 80th, 1-^8,       ilwJo'iOt-
FOR   SALE.
rpHAT VBRY DESIRABLE RESI-
J. dence Property owned bj Mra. Emma
Gold, situate at thn corner ot Royal Avenue and at. Patrick's St., will two Houses
t hereon.
Also, ONE ACRE OF LAND situate between Roynl and (im-eiis Antilles,
Terms (.ASH. HAND BROS.
_ t,JG-J_.c-J-•
FOR SALE.
Ihro tlio Estate of JOHNiSlNCJ.AIlt,
Deceased.
rilENDERH -WILL BE HEtlKIVEIl BY
L thoniidor^lntH'U dp lo noon on Mon-
diiytheSfllli day df July proximo, for tho
purebaso of Lot 7'», Group 1, Nt>w West-
mlnsuir nistrlci, containing 1'i.s norefl,
moro m-less.
VT. n. FALDINO,
AdmtnUtratorof tbo Eptafn of .run. Sinclair, dect'anwl. ri.ily.iinl
EMPLOYMENT^ WANTED.
Ai»RACTICAL KNGLIRH GAUDKNER
tleslicH to nhtaln employnient In arranging Ktirdetis, li'itln'ils, flower bods,
lawns nnd othor work of tlmt nature Has
a thorough knowliHtai- of h\n Imftlncsfl
nnd piiurunlet'X salisraeCim. Exerllont
refornnens if required.
AtlilrotiM "Wi P.," this nfllcP.   dmbSllo
~w7c^dYE;~
linmM. Soot u. M Mer.
Hunntvinfc BT.ntly Don,-.   <lnrh Rut.
Work a K|,if l.llj-.
flronlora iiroiniitly Httemlcil t<i.
Cl.rk.on St., In renr of Colonial Ho-
1^1, n.xt lo Iloiid llroH.r .Ills., ilimlto
The TransOuspion railway is
about 900 mile, long, and ia at present littlo more than a skeleton
road, having (ew stations and being
deficient in rolling stook, It in a
military road, of oourse, and ia controlled by tho war department, but
it will Ire the means of developing a
riirli country, nnd will lm of great
economical value.
Tho French naval authorities are
experimenting with carrier pigeons
as a means of communication between ships at sea. So itr the
trials have resulted satisfactoily,
tho birds covering a distance of 200
miles, and showing no fear of either
the noise or smoke of the big guns.
Such a system of communication,
should further experiment show it
to be fairly trustworthy, will be
very valuable in time of war.
Victoria papers are fighting over
the question who ia responsible for
tlie senstionai telegrams about the
Skeena trouble I It is to be hoped
that the nonsense talked about the
matter will not injure the province,
by inducing strangers to imagine
that we are in danger of an Indian
war. It must be remembered that
people are, aB a rule, very ignorant
ofthe geography of the province,
and therefore will not understand
that, even if we had an "Indian
war" on the Skeena—whioh we
haven't aud are not likely to have
—it would affect the settled por
tions of the province no more than
it would affect Toronto pr Montreal.
If we have any sensation mongers
among us, who are gulling Eastern
people with big stories about this
matter, an example ought to be
made of some of them.;
  \t
It appears that the Edison phonograph, of whieh we have heard so
muoh lately is not the only talking
machine extant. A Mr. Taintee
has perfected a tnaehine which
makes an accurate record of speech,
and "talks back" when required.
Upon a waxed paper cylinder, a
cutting,stylus records the vibrations of a diaphram to whioh it ia
attached, *nd when a "reproducing
diaphram is substituted, it receives
similar vibrations from the cylinder,
so that the words spoken into the
machine are' reproduced. Al the
machine will "shut up" instantly
when a crank is turned, and go on
again exactly where it left off, lt ia
an easy mattor to write put its
words, and it li coming into use as a
means of making rapid record of
dictated letters, ic, whioh secretaries afterward write out. The
cylinders can be removed, and sent
by mail to give up their message to
any similar machine.
At tlie last meeting of the Berlin
Anthropological Society, Lieutenant
Quedenfeldt, a German offirer who
has lived on tjomero Island, one oi
the Canary group, desorlbed a
whistling language whioh is used by
the inhabitants. The language
does not consist of any arbitrary
sories of signals or sounds. It is
described as ordinary speech translated into articulate whistling, each
syllable haying its own .appropriate
tone. The Grroero uses btjthingers
and lips Whin whistling,/ and lieutenant Quedenfeldt asserts that he
oan carry on a oonversation with a
neighbor a mile off. The adoption
of ths whistling, language is said to
be due to the peculiar geographical
construction of Gomero Island. It
Is traversed by numerous gullies and
deep ravines, running ont in all directions from tho central plateau.
As they arc not bridged they can
only be crossed with great difficulty;
hence a man living within a stone's
throw of another in n straight line
has often to go many miles when lie
wishes to see and speak to his neighbor. This, it is conjectured, led to
the adoption of whistling as a useful means of communication.
Sable Island, in the North Atlantic, is fust disappearing. Some
years ago it wus forty miles long by
t«o and a quarter wide, but it has
shrunk to nineteen and a half miles
in length and less than' one in
width.
Do not wait for favoring circumstances. A painter spent hia life
looking fnr au atmosphere in which
to paint; he found it in Italy—
"and went there to work I"  No, he
died.— Christina Rossetti.
 . . ,
To do your work with enthusiasm, you must understand it and
love it; enthusiasm is the secret
and essential of success.
Much good work has been hindered by such' a desire to do better
as hindered the doing of the possible
best.
Children Ciyfor FHdnrtOiitoffa
BY TELEGRAPH.
■.abuser D.A*lt- r.r Ik. number or
DspalMs.-B.raI Banaaet t. Uie
Kmi».ror William.
t'Cththr Ckalleam. Teener—>.l»l At.
lark la Ike So.-..—rrolr-l Aj-alasl
Paaptr lanulanllon.
LIST SIUHI'S DKSPATCHKS.
WIMHLBDON  WINJOSOS.
Lo.Nirox, July 21.—This -beiug-llio
last day of the Wimbledon meeting the
Princess of Wales distributed the
prises. The Canadians wen warmly
applauded. Tlu total ol the C_aaiisi.
prises is £,123, giving £lit lis. to each
man, aa against £14 Ills, lsst year. The
majority of the team suits on'Thursday.
Colonel Bond lunched with the I'i inco
and Princess of Wslcs to-day.
swArriHa rAVoBH.
Si. PgmsBtrfta, July 21.—The Km-
peror William received the troops at
Krisnooselo last evening. On the
Emperor's arrival in oompany with the
Csar, the bands played the Prussian
national hymn and the troops cheered
the Emperor. Later the Emperor
joined the Russian Imperial family
and Prince Henry at the pavilion,
where the bands played selections from
German and Russian airs. The Emperor William haa conferred tho deo-
oration of the order of the Black Eagle
upon Duke Alexander of Oldenburg,
commander of the Russian corps. In
bestowing the decoration the Emperor
extolled the perfection of the corps.
Prince Henry of Prussia has been appointed honorary commander cf the
thirty-third regiment of Ruaiian dragoons.
THI JIAHBKVILLE IWJOKBT.
Ddmih, July 21.—The inquest on
the body of Mandeville was resumed
to-day, and the testimony taken crested an immense sensation. Daniel
Gouldiog, formerly a warder in Tullla-
more jail, deposed thst on the evening of November 22nd last the governor of the jail said he had receivod
ordera to atrip Mandeville of his clothing. Qoulding and 5 warden entered
the cell where Mandevillo waa .leaping aoundly, and tbe chief warder
s"took the prisoner violently. Mandeville awoke, and upon being told of
the errand of the intruder, lie resisted them stoutly, bnt was scon stripped
naked. As the warden wen withdrawn Mandeville cried, "for decency
sake leave me my ahirt," whereupon
the chief warder gave the prisoner
back hia ahirt in which varment lu
laid for the rest of the night, refuting
to put on the prison garb whieh he
was furnished. Witness was aware of
Mandeville having been punished on
several occsnons and for varions periods whioh were not recorded on the'
warder's book which should show the
character and duration of any punishment inflicted upon ovory prisoner.
The inquest was adjourned until Mon-
i*T-    	
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
BOU1ANOEK DXraATBD,
Paws, July 23.—Boulanger haa
been defeated in the election in the
department of Aidcche for tho chamber of deputies. Blaaaaer, opportunist, received 36,534 votes and Boulanger 19,832.
Italia.*™ rHOIBST.
' PuiLADXirniA, July 23,—About
two thousand Italians assembled yeaterday and denounced tha action of
the Italian immigration societies and
the American preaa for calling them
a' pauper. ■ claas. Resolutions were
paesed hoping that no law of ostracism would  be  passed by congress.
YILLOW   KBVSll.
Bunt Onr, Fl*,, July 23.-Sevcu
new esses of yollow fevor have developed here.
CATAL rml.lSO--'.
LvKiriiBinra, Va., July 23.—A collision occurred on tho Norfold & West-,
arn Railroad yeaterday morning, between two frelf-M tnina, killing both
engineen, one ffrenian and lire of the
crews.   Lose, 1100,400:- » ' ' -
BK1IK1. ATTAOK,
Oaiko, July 23. .-Four hundred
rebels attacked a villas, near Wmly
Haifa yesterday. After sercro fight-
iug the rebels were repulsed with
severe lou. Twonty villnt-cr*. were
killed and wounded.
HOVAI. BAItllimT.
'St. Pbtibhbto, July 23—Twenty
thousand troops passed in review before
the Emperor William yesterday. In
the evening tlie.Csargivengairtdinner in Puterhof Palace. Tho Cunrinii
hud the Eiiiperiu' William on her right
and the Cziir on hia loft. The minister
nf the court sat oniHisitc wit], the German guests oil his right and the Russian on his left. All tho ministers
were present, as well as Count Schou-
vnlnflf, ('.moral Von Sehwoinitz, foreign inmisten, and Capt. MoKollar, of
the Uiiitud States steamer Enterprise.
The departure of ihe German imperial
party tnkoi place tniiiririorv.
COMMUTKO.
Naw Yobk, July 23 —Gov. Hill has
commuted the death sentence to imprisonment for life, of Chiiira Cigna-
role, the Italian who murdered her
husband on Ootober 20th, 1880.
SAN "■•BANUISCO.
San Francisco, July 23—Tlio inal report el the jury on the city and county
of S»n Francisco, was filed to-day.
After commending most of the city officials for work the report condemns the
lack ot public spirit among tax payers,
which permits the propagation of Bos-
shun. The Board of Health is called
upon to Investigate the Chinese quarter,
which Is denominated the Sodom of San
Fraaclsco. The report intimates that a
vigilance committee ia a necessity in
this eity and nf.n to the power for
good of suoh an organization, Th. di.-
conngement of price lighting and the
fourth attempt to adopt a new charter
is mronimendtd.
SUEBIBA.V BETBEB.
Nkw BunroBD, Mass.. July 23.—
Sheridan passed a good night. Thia
morning ho is strong and bright and
takes wlid food.
rHOIBST AOAINST l*A*JPElt IMUIOBATIOX.
Montreal, July 23.—At a mass
meeting last oening under the auspices of the Central Trades and Leber
council, to protest against pauper immigration, resolutions were pasted protesting; against contract labor, and demanding that the government put n
stop to it at onco by legislation the
samo as iu the Unitod States.   Mem-
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TUR .'AN..TT1AN C'IfALLENQKS TEKHEfi.
TonoxiTi, July 2,1.—Jako Gaudaur '
has refused to. row Wm. O'Connor, of
this city, on the ground that O'Connor
has uot sulliclent reputation. O'Connor I
replies by issuing a challenge to John
Teemer to row for tho championship ot
America tor $1,000 a side and aa guaranty
of good faith hu pnt up 1100. Thenoe
ll to be three milea with a turn on any
fair course.
plyi
Jan
Polled Court.
Before T.c. Atkinson,P.M.
Tom, a Chinaman, charged withaup-
ying liquor to an Indian named
amie Squire, pleaded not guilty. The
evidence adduced went to ahow that
Tom's plea waa not strictly truthful
and the magistrate fined him $100 and
4 months in jail with hard labor.
Ah Han, another celestial, appeared
before hia honor charged with aupply-
ing an intoxicant to James Harris, an
Indian, and pleaded not guilty. The
evidence plainly showed that Han had
committed tho offence ehareod and hia
honor accordingly inflicted a Una of
8100 and aentenced him to 4 months in
jail with hard labor,
Sumas Jim pleaded guilty to having
a buttle of gin In hia possession and
was fined $25and 2 montbs in jail with
hard labor,
Squamish Jim waa paying. hia tilli-
cuma in this city a visit, aad in a fit of
ahsentmindedness forgot to empty the
bottle of rye Ue brought with him,and,
in consoqueuce of this lapse of memory
was charged,when arrcsted.with having'
an intoxicant in hla posaeaaion. I In
apite of Tom'a offer to drink the bottle
olfhand and ahow there was nothing
intoxicating about it, hia honor lined
the prisoner $25 and two montha in,
j'.il with hard labor.'
Lute ea___U_.KeW8.    ; . ,*. V.
St. John, N.B.. July 17. —TheBaptist denomination here are appalled at '
the fall of Kev. J. & Hutchinaon, and
hia resignation hss been acoepted by
the foreign missionary board. The fallen pastor confessed to his wife his in- .
fatuation for Min Smith, and told her
ho thanked God for the new lore that
had come Into his life and that Providence had decreed that be and the Halifax bollo should meet and lore. Mn.
Hutchinson has left In pursuit of the
pair. ■    .
Banff, July 19.—M'Garigle ia reported to be negotiating for the purchase of the transfer business here.
He will remain in town all summer.
Reoina, July 19.—Thero waa a big
demonstration this morning in honor
of Lieut.-Gov. Royal's return. He
was met at tha station by a band of
music and a number of load celebrities.
Ottawa, July 20.—In view ef the
huge number of Mormon families
which are daily coming into the Canadian Northwest from Utah and settling
near Fort Macleod, the government
has issued strict orden tb the offieen
there to suppress at once and roport
any attempt by them to introduce or
follow the tenots of their dootrine aa •
regards polygamy.
WiNNireo, July 20.—Thegrasshop-
pors that havo appeared in some parts
of Manitoba are not the Rocky noun- "'.
tain variety and can do no harm,
Mr. Wrigley, Hudaon'a Bay Co.'a
commissioner, haa reoeived voluminous
correapondence relative to the Indian
troubles In British Columbia. He
thinks unless tha company's forts are
binned, thoy possess sufficient ammuni- ,_, ,
tiot tn hold out. He thinks under
favorable oiraumatanoH tho Indians
could be suppressed in a few woeks.
Kinoston, July 20.—James Hall,
of Burktou, has boen arreated un a
charge of manslaughter, in killing one,
Gregeon, by throwing him out of a
bar.
Niaoaka Fails, July20.—Yeaterday
afternoon W. H. Barber went out fora
row in the Niagara river, taking with
him Mn. P. J. Tully, of Macon, Ga.
When off Navy Island, about three
milea above the falls, the boat in gibing took in aome water, and Mn. TuMy
got frightened and went over to the
aame side aa Barber was ou, causing
tho bout to capaise. Both clung to
the boat for aome time, but eventually
the lady lost ber hold and waa .wept ....
down the rapids. Barbor was picked
up by a yacht in an exhausted condition. ' Mrs. Tully was carried down
and swept over the Horse Shoe Fulls.
Her body has not yet been reoovored.
Wholesale city Market.
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amity."
.1  .1' •-»■• •*•»
f ailB f ritish Columbian
Monday Bvealac, July aa, lass.
, -H   ,,'■■       ,-,.   ,1'    .  "■
it is very amusing to witness the
efforts put forth by our good friends
of the salt-water terminus tb try and
corral all the advantages of creation.
This new scheme of turning the
Fraser into the inlet is a very good
index of ths exorbitant growth of
the selfish desires that animate the
lives of these modern city boomers
of Vancouver. - Not satisfied with
what the Dominion and provincial
governments have done, and are still
doing to advance .tlieir prosperity,
tnd what the 0. 9. R. is doing for
them, they are still crying, Give,
give I They *ant nature's courses
turned alao. They. are , like poor
Spoiled children that cry forthe
parental razor, wherewith to cut
their own throats. Thia is the
silliest of all the silly nonsense that
has appeared in the columns of the
Newt. Iia next thing this boomed
city people will ask their Dominion
and provincial god-fathers to do for
them will be the submergence of the
Caaoado mountains that overshadow
them, and the upheaval of some
fairyland with sunny tflimo and
rarest treasures, and, no doubt, they
would like a city ready for occupation—not exactly.the "New Jerusalem," for nothing can enter it
"that worketh abomination or
maketh a lie;" but they are like all
pampered hot-bed growths,, they,
cannot live on their own exertions.
Their spasmodic efforts so far seem
to have exhausted their energies,
and now they are coveting their
neighbor's natural heritage.
In noticing their desire to have
the salmon, fishing industry transferred to Vancouver, it might not
be amiss to refer again to the fact
that the present mode of catching
salmon for the canneries will very
soon leave no fishing industry to be
transferred. We have it on good
authority, that it is impossible for
the salmon to pass the cordon of
nets that are spread, from headland
to headland on tbo sandheads at the
mouth of the Fraser, When tbo
canneries were first started about
Westminster, the fish oould enter
the Fraser, and as soon aa they got
within the banks of the river they
naturally bent their energies to stem
the current and make up the stream
for their spawning grounds, and although the nets were numerous in
the river, yet by following the deep
channel the fish could evade the
nets and escape for nature's purpose
of depositing their eggs. . But, since
this present avaricious system of
over fishing and fishing outside the
mouth of the river, has boen allowed,
we may say, with the poor Indian,
"Hyas clalwwya" to the rapidly
vanishing salmon. They ara now
seeking other spawning grounds, and
where the Harrison and other confluents of the Fraser swarmed with
aalmon formerly, now, through the
criminal indifference of the Dominion government in winking at the
murderoan cupidity ofthe fishermen,
these spawning grounds aro almost
totally deserted, and the consequences will soon, be.irreparable.
It is sickening to bear .the periodic
congratulations about the hatchery
keeping up the supply of', salmon in
the Fraser. It is about, as efficient
as eating,soup, with k knitting,
needle, tlie only remedy worth a
moment's notice is, for the Dominion
government to take immediate steps
to inaugurate stringent measures for
the protection and perpetuation of
the now shamefully slaughtered
salmon. The number of boats should
be greatly reduced, the close time
considerably extended, and fishing
on the sandheads, and for several
miles up the river from its mouth,
abolished, If this is not done quickly, the salmon will vent soon be
like the buffalo—* thing of the past
The practice of "tipping" waiters
at hotels, railway pprters, and steamboat attendants is assuming disagreeably alarming dimensions. A
few yean ago it waa all but unknown on this continent. , It was
looked upon u belonging properly
to an old and corrupted civilisation,
wliere the working classes, degraded
for generations by being kept in a
condition of servility and half-pay,
hod lost their self-respect to suoh an
extent that like the squalid Arab
mendioant of tlie desert, tbey echoed
the ct7 of backslteesh whenever tbe
unfortunate traveller crossed their
path, tint "tipping" is now becoming a grater nuisance in tlie States
than even ia Europe, and everything
indicates that it will Boon have it
secure footing in Canada as well.
A writer in tha New York Epoch
says: "It is impossible to take a
meal in a restaurant, to stay in a
hotel, or to enjoy the somewhat
questionable luxury of a berth in a
sleeping oar without, in addition to
paying the large profits of the pro-
prieton of these institutions, giving
olio a very, considerable percentage
In the shape of "tips." The system
it to thoroughly organised that it is
impossible for the man who desires
any comfort to avoid paying this
customary blackmail. Without it
he oannot even get the food or the
attention which is purported to be
offered at a high price." This is a
disgraceful state of. things, very
much okiq to %*"VM,W;n*i8l"wW
robbery, and ought to be opposed
and denounced. To those who hare
plenty of money it may not be of
much .onseriuonce, but to people,of
moderate-menus it threatens to'-iba
striouf, .The custom is doubtless
taken advantngt of by , railway ,<ror i
porations, steamship cotitpnnies, und
hotel proprietors. Starvation want's
are paid their employes, who it is
tacitly understood are to prey upon
the long-suffering publio to supplement their scanty remuneration.
Let people pay tlieir own servants,
: and if their charges for food and, attention are not sufficient, let them,
frankly und above board make them
larger, but don't let travelers find a
whole lot of cormorants aftor them
when they leave thoir hotels, or
waiters bowing ahd scraping or
slighting and insulting when a meal
is furnished. Let all charges be
put in the bill and let servants in
hotels and railways be paid reasonable wages and be civil and serviceable all round.
The Indian troubles on the Skeena
still continue to agitate the surface
of affairs with an ominous ripple
and a small war cloud still hovers on
the horizon, By an advertisement
in another column it will bo seen
that Capt. Scoullar has received orders from headquarters to be ready
to march at 48 hours' notice, Since
H. M. S. Caroline left Esquimalt
with 0 battery, on the 16th inst,,
for the scene of the disturbance no
exact information has been heard
from the Skeena, and the order for
the Westminster Rifles to hold
themselves in readiness is probably
merely a precautionary measure, the
wisdom of which, however, cannot
bo doubted, as it is quite possible
they may be required before tlie ein-
broglio is finally settled. The number of Indians in the Skeena region
is variously estimated at from one
to two thousand, and it is said by
thoso who claim to know that they
are of tho fighting sort. Tho country, too, which is rough, mountainous and wooded, is well adapted
for ther Indians successfully to hold
their own against a force sont to reduce them, Nothing so sorious as
tn Indian war may transpire, however, and it is devoutly to bo hoped
that it may not, but that 0 battery
and the specials who have already
gone to the front may be able to
settle the disturbances and secure
the law-breakers without any additional expenditure of blood and
treasure, As will have been seen by
our despatches rather a serious view
haa been taken of the Skeena affair
by the militia authorities at Ottawa,
the Winnipeg contingent having re-
ceived orders from General Middle-
ton and Sir Adolphe Caron to hold
themselves in readiness to proceed
on short notice to British Columbia.
General Middleton is reported as
saying, on tbe 19th, that in 24
hours he could place 5,000 men on
the cars en route for British Columbia, if necessary. It is not at all
likely to ba necessary. Ono good
result of this Indian scare, however,
will have been secured if tho Dominion authorities are waked up to
a sense of their duty in putting the
militia in this provinoe nn a proper
and officieut footing. In Thk Columbian of the 20th inst. wasa
lengthy urtiole calling attention io
the various particulars in which the
militia authorities had displayed inexcusable remissness with respect
to the militia of this province, It
is to be hoped this state of. things
may be remedied at once. The
steamer Boscowitz is expected at
Victoria, down, from the seat of war
to-night, and we shall aoon have
fresh news on a subject which is of
no little interest to this province; as
well as to the rest of the Dominion.
Job printing ol all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian ofllce. FrloM will be
found as Iowa, at anv other office In
the provinoe —Adt,
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Dbtriot.
2&OTXCXZ.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
thirty days after date I Intend to a*
ply tothe Chief, CommlB--loner of-.Lands
and Works for 4 license to otit and carry
away tlrb tier frma tliefollnwlnftileiicrlbod
land lu New Westminster Dlstrl-ott
CommencingatasUd
mile e«t fron* the.*"
Channel. Howe 8oun	
Of a creek, ln adirect cast line from the
north end nf Anvil Inland; thence south
120 chains* thence can 40 chains; thenoe
north. 120 ohalns; thence northeast 120
chains; thence west -10 chains; thence
southwest 120 chains, to the point of commencement,        JOHN A. WEBSTER.
New West,, June 19,1888, il je2Bml
fl,on-tke.ouUl_t*nk
A. B. WINTEMUTE,
(SriJCKsSOU TO   II. iKBLLS)
Manufacturer tn$ Impwter of
Eg   BOOTS'
P|^       SHOES
T ADlKSVaENTH', MISSES* 4 CHILD.
J j ren'H Boots, Shoes aud Qalters made
to order nnd kept on hand,
REPAIRING neatly and promptly executed.
■felBiubla St., wlnleMHte's Block-,
djeBtc New Wbstminhtkk, B.C.
liTOTZOB-,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
30 days after ddto we intend making
application to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a lease for timber-,
log purposes of the following desorlbed
lands situate* on Vancouver Island, east
shore, described as tol lows:
Commencing at th« southwest corner of
the lease claim nowheld by ns, which
corner is abeut one mile south of the head
of Stella Lake, thene* as follows: East 40
chains, south 160 chains, east 10 chains,
south _o ohalni, east 40 chains, south IW
chains, west B0 chains, south 80 chains,
west 80 chains, south 40 chains, west 200,
ohalns, north 40 ohalns, west 80 chains,
north #0 chains,-west <.so chains north 480
ohalns, more or 1**sh, to the southwest
corner of tlio Hastings Sawmill Co.'s
claim; thence cast HO chains, south 40
chains, east 160 chnins, sou'h 80 chains,
eust K» ohalns to -the weit boundary of;
claim now held hy ns; tlienoe flouth 40
chains, more or less, to point commencement. Said described lands containing
22,000 acres be the sane more or less.
New West minster, July Ilth, 1888.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MI.iLS.CO,
(Limited)
By their Agent,
djyllml CBAUbKH E, Woods.
JUST A
Per C. P. R.
DRESSMAKING
Al HISS JEMINOS',
(Late or Enolanu)
Cornoi of churoh and Columbia *_tre.U,
NEW WK8TMIK8TI»
■rsatuIMtloii f«atantee_    twtt/lle
Aommit T.tt IIISEH& CO., Vietorln.
dwooSgrl
WANTED
BY A LADY IN SCOTLAND, employment In British Columbia as governess ln a family of young children. Salary
no object, but a home desired. English
""■" — -*—•* ,iAgood4m»ppwisls.
light housework.
_.„ .aged 21, a good workman, employment ts an engibeen
By a lady, his mother, -etuployiuent as
dressmaker.
All have good references. .
Address r   MISS PETERS,
djly21tswtl Kirriemuir, Scotland,
no object, but a home
and music uugltba^
Willing to assist lfllg
By a youngjnan,ag
Wm. A. Dashwood-Jones
KEMOMIFM-AMD
GOODS DELIVERED FREE,
dj-.lt.
OOUPAMT
OP   LONDON,   ENGLAND.
One of the Oldest and Best
Companies in the World.
POLICIES ISSUED AT   THE LOW-
, cut rate., and no combination wllh
any othor Companion.
JAMEK CDMNIKQHAM,
ilJeSml Aobnt.
Rooms to Let
(FURNISHED)
Within Three Minutes of the
Post Off ce.
nOOXS AU, HJSWL- FCRNI8HED,
Ji ilDKleoren.ntle. For fnll jparttcn-
l»n, apply to
MRB, E. O. STIR9KY,
Columbia Street,
djc**7tc       Opp. Roman Catholic Otrurclr,
THOROUGHBRED BULL
mHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
1 sale his splendid Bull, BONNIE K«V,
-Which carried off the prise at the last Fro*
vlnclal Exhl lltlon, belt: at C'hlli-ivl.i.ck
lust fall. This fine animal is Just two
yenrs old, ami Is u monster size for his
age. Piutlouiartand poiiign-e furnlt-hed
on application. "Bonnie Bny" is ottered
for Hale at a bargain bocaus-. I have nu
room for him.
E. IIODCSON,
dwmy28tc Nanalmo, B. 0.
I«i
OHURCH STREET.
ALEX. HAMILTON, PROPRIETOR
The above Works are re-opened and lu
addition to the present marble stook
will shortly receive soveral Monuments of the finest
ABERDEEN ft NEW  BRUNSWICK
GRANITE.
dwje27to
MAJOR & PEARSON
Real Estate Brokers nnd
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOB
eon-federation Life Association of
Toronto,
Royal and Lancashire Plrr Insurance Companies,
ii&.Vnliiable Lots for sale In ihe Clly
and District of Westminster; nnd choice
LotH In tbe City of Vancouver.
Persona wishing to buy or well city or
rural property should coin mini lento with
us.
Oflices: Bank of B.C. building, opposite
postoffice, Westminster, und Hustings St.,
Vancouver. dwuplfllc
CAPITAL,
LondoniLancasbire
FIRE INSURANCE CO'Y.
$9,3-00,000
POLICIES EFFECTED AND ALL
claims paid without reference to uny
other ofllce, by the General Agents lu
Viotoria. 	
AOKNTS IN NSW WESTM lN-JTKli:
iSSRS. W.J. WALKER & CO'Y
BANK BUILDINGS.
dwrnylM.	
'utmltutu City ud
dJe22to
MACHINERY
HAVING LATELY (INCREASED OUIt
connection in the East aud elso*
where very cniisldemlily, we are lu a position to Ktve prices on any class of Machinery thut mcy bersqulred, tnoludluit:
Marine and Httttlouarj Engines and Boilers, Planers, Matobers and Moulders,
Uhee Planers, Wood Lathes, Band
Hhws, Blind Mach I aery, Gau|e
Lathes, Shaping Maohines,
Shingle Machines, Lath
Maohines A Bolters,
Two, Three and Four Block Circular Saw
Mills, Band Haw Mills, Porlablo Engines and Boilers, and Hoisting
Engines.  Also, John Bertram
A Rons' and The London
Tool Co's Iron Working
Mnohinery,
Briok Maohines and Crushers of either
the Martin or Baird make.
Mill Supplies of all descrlbiions, Including circular Baws, Rohd or Inserted
Teeth, Lubricating Oils, Rubber and
Leather Belting, wlili-h we carry In
slock.
Steam Pumps of tho Blake, Davidson or
Knowlos mako also on hand.
M'Avtty's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on shortnotlee.as welt as Paints nnd
oils, Axes and Edge Tools of thn celebrated Broad moke, Wire Rope, Plumbers and Hteam Fitters Supplies, Ae,
We are sole agents In this Province for
tho JOHN DOTY Engine Co'v, whose
Marine work cannot be excelled, as outfits wo havo furnished here vill testify,
FRASER &UE0NARD,
OmMf hi;   Opp. H.irMAdY.rtL.r,
VANCOUVER, & 0,
AwMCU
FIB»,   	
na, Tlio City	
foril.
UW.-The Sew Yo*_ti_ Inianuw. Oo.
AOOIDBNT-TheTmvell.r«'otH«rtford
LnkiI Surveying In .11 it. branoliM.^
cnral.ly and prumpily carrlf-d oat s
City and luftttrbsn L.nd. fcr lni..
We can .how a complete U,t of de.lr.ble
loc.lltl...
F.rntlnf L.ndi, Improved nnd unlm-
prove.), tlirougholit the dUtrlflt
Hlnlng and oth.r Mock bought nnd
mid.
Honey te Loan on ant mortfnf. M
low rate.. _^	
T.r.Ei'rroiir, Cam. Mo. 33.
P.O.DhawibW.
WOODS, THRXKRdiHAMBl.,
Omn, liuiri Itiw,  - Ulhwi, tmn
NEW WESTMIN8T-R.
dmhUU
FOE SALS.
House tt Lot
CORNER BLACKWOOD AND OAR-
. NARVON RTBEETB.
One of tlio Klneat Locatbni in Uu City.
OF THREE HUNDRED AND TWENTY ACRES.
House, Barn; 40 .ore. fenced nnil under |
cultivation.
Ing it Specialty.
.•UidU.t.llo Bar.
nnr.inl. flendaeUd.
A foilJlneol CoiBu TrUnmin,.nlw». on
luind. VartlM at k dlatanire .applied nl
•horleat notice, gatlnfactlon guaranteed ln every particular.
dwocito . Ciluuim tt. Hw War.
Wa
NOTICE
,H AND AFTER SATURDAY, Jilt IN-
' .Unt, Train, will arrive at and leave
efltmln.ter et nnd.r r
ARRIVE
From Vanoonvar _ Montroal (Dally
eieept SMorday) .......................... RU
From Vanoouver (Dally)..... ...,„„ ),.*)
LEAVE
For Vanoouver A Montreal (Dally
eic.pt Monday) „ 13.(0
Fnr Vanoonver (Dally)....... .,. MM
On Monday! and Saturday, an additional train will l«ev«W«.tralu>t«r at S.0C
for Vanoouvw (direct), returning from
Vancouver nt 11.00 o'eloek.
H. ABBOTT,
Gen'l Superintendent.
Vanoonver, July tha, 1888,      djlyliu
HAMMOND
RSERY
Frau Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits.
,ml GARDEN STOCK ou band In great
krlety.
Everything flntMass and furnished, in
good ilin-pe.
•Ml Bend IS cts. for valuable fXV-nafte Descriptive Catalogue with 0 beautiful coined plates. Price Lisle sen', free,
G. W. HKNRY,
Port Hammond, D. C.
I.MCRAE,
Merchant Tailor,
WISHES TO INFORM TIIE PEOPLE
OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER THAT HE
IS PREPARED TO EXECUTE
ALL ORDERS FOR
TAILORING
A FULL LINE OF
BngUflh, Scotch and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy
Trouserings.
•OOULLAR-S OLD 8TAND
Columbia St,,  •  N«w Wmtiiismbk,
dwmbtMte
 TX.3B	
S1000 CmIij Balance on long Ume.
Jk. F-_t-.X1.3SL_E
OF TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY
ACRES.
100' (ore. good Pralrlej Balance eailly
oleared.   Good Barn and other Improvement!.
AI.O--
Part down; Balance ra tlmo,
-a number of WaSOM. Bn«-
bs, Hleljjhs, Harnewi, Cattle,
ones, -Sc.
CALL ON OR ADDRESS
HENDERSON BROS.,
dj.llt. OMILUmUOK.
ffr1
7^W.-i.t
Harrison Hot_Spriiip,B,C,
HK1LT1 ADO PLIABVRI EK0KT.
STEAM, SAIL A ROW BOATS ON HAND
KwlniralBl, f.Mr.nd Private ■alkl,
With eipirrTenoed Attendant..
LADIES  DEPARTMENT SEPARATE.
Teroni ll.IO to SI.00 ».r day.
Only Smile, from Aiaul. Station, O, P.
R.  Redl rail B. H. and gteamhoat rale*
Sieniflo i rat., (ood for St. day. from
Mtmlutcr to.Atauli Jllatlon and i»
turn, ». SatuidafoieUrtfon iale, —**
until foil nrk ■
ableBtan. ml	
uti*im*ftmit\i\i*mat,
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Everywhere, and the
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It circulates lu every State and Territory
ofthe Union.
It may be found on the News Stands iii
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_,
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TH WHIHIMIMNIW MHMWr.
OMMrt   MaVflFarkFlaMiX-nrYMki «*••••#••>-*>   rn-^m t\*
' "I am glTing-ypu a treainro, my sou.
Why do yoa hesitate?  Surely you have .
n. otherloteH'
Tho sick man littod kiin'sel. ou bfa pillowand looked eagerly, tearfully, In the
face above him.
It was n haughty yet frank countenance
r-a faco which mingled strength of will
with pride, and tenderness with truth,
yebhnd enough poetic lire in it to mako
iho request his fiithcr made of Clarence *
Livingstone ayerylmr-iaiie Ior -.hint to '
grant-.
For Elmav Livingstone, dying, remembered the wrongs dono by him "in the
days of nature," aud, recalling a lucky
venture, which by enriching him had
beggared another, asked his son to take
that other's orphan daughter for hia
wife.
Clarence knew nothing of the hour of
temptation which saw bis father's fall-
know of no reason mora powerful tban
Christian charity which had induced his
father to adopt thu penniless git-] when
slit) was left alone in tho world; and, full
of fair dreams for his future, he shrank
from a marriage with ouo whom he had,
nu-cly seon in his years of study and'
travel, and who was only to him a shy,
awkward child—no more.
"I have no love," ho answered. "Why-
do you ask this of hie, my dear father!1
Mako any provision you wish for Miss
Munroe, dower her as richly as you
choose; but leave hor, as I pi-ay you to
leavo rue—free. I have no lovo. for her,
nor sho for me; we are strangers. Let us
remain bo, lest in mating us as you would,
you do both lives injury."
"Stoop down, Clarence. She loves
you; you have been hor hero, her idol for
yours. I havo fostered her idolat ry, for I
havo wished to alone for tho wrong 1 did
her; and thero is but ohe way—to make
her tho wifo of my only son. My boy, you
will uot refuse to. mako my last hour
easier'-'"        - • '
"Father, I wonld purchase your pence
wltli my life, were iL possible, Butithero
is surely some other way than this, and I
will find it. What is tlie wrong of which
you speak? I must know it since I am
to ntoiie; und trust me, my father, though
it. lako my life, I will pot fail to make the
atijiK-ment a complete one.1,
'•There is no other,way," moaned tho
.kit mnn; "and sinco. you bid me unseal
my I ills,-twill tell you howl gained my
wealth, and planted my ilfo with aloo» of
remorse, my son. My cordial! Tho story
in not long, but very hard to tell—vory
hard, my boy—for it will walco you blush
for your father."
Aud, while tbe summer night closed iu
gray and spectral, Clarence Livingstone,
listening to his father's story of a credulous friend betrayed, and wealth snatched
frum a too-trusting hand, beut his young
bond in a humiliation wholly new and
wholly intolerable to him.
Without, iu the clustering shadows of
tho veranda, drooping like a lily On its
stem, stood Lena Muiu'oa* drinking In tho
(ule with pulses beating as {-strongly as
those in tho breast oi hat? Clarence, ln her
own girlish bosom, pain fw U^cn, regret-
nn bitter; for she had loved Klmai- Living-
uno as a second father, and felt tho sin
1 the dying as keenly.us the wrong done
tho dead. .. -,*v    i
J-tarfita, another pang was hers-^j
Clarence had begged his father ni '
ask bim to be more than a stranj
her!
Tho story was told, nnd the old mart
punting on his pillows, his fi   "
with dews of coming death; and
PMtrfnff into tho chamber with
darkened eyes, saw Clarence 01
beside the couch.
Forglyo rue, my son,
for you," came hoarselj
drawn lips of the dL
your wife, and all will
puro as a flower unplui
grown dear to mo ns a da]'
boy, sho loves you!"
A hot flush crept in
low broken words, bnt
for Clarence was replying, and
ber face to her hands as she listen]
"Sho may Hall you uy/'cami
clear tones 6t the young man; "butsl
no moro to me thou a flower which I hi
no wish to gather.   If she loves mo It
with a childish love, which will nob lln-.
ger.   Rest content, fathor, ahe shall uot
suffer through your—your regard forme.
I will give back all the Ill-gotten wealth.
But I will keep my freedom; I cannot sell
it, father."
"What do you mean?"
"That I will mako over to Miss Munroe
every acre that you leave me—overy f artlt-
ingthatisherdue. Nay.notonodisssnting
word," as the old man strove to speak. -
'Let me keep my honesty, and make'
any own way with clear hands, if empty
ones. I would not offer my hand to yonr
ward now, even though I loved her,
whieh 1 do not."
"Clarence, my sonl"-.      . £L   .
"Father, eay no more; but trust tome;
now you shall sleep." „
The girl, ihaken by hushed eons, turned
from the silvery night, and glided Into
the house like a shadow.
Ere morning dawned, the soul of El-
mar Livin EBtono had gone where humau
eyo could nob follow Its flight, free of the
clogging clay, to ita judgment.
And, as untraceable, it would seem, as
tho spirit ot the mau who had wronged
tier, yot guarded hor youth, Lena Munroe
had'also gono with the night, leaving no
token behind her, bidding no farewell   .
•       #    ,  "__      •»..      #       ■».. '
Six years later tho accident occurred on
' tlio midnight train which filled the has-
' pilal of G— with moaning   life, or
brmstied and shapeless bodies. In which
pwui left scarcely strength to sigh,
Tbe nurses went from pallet to pallet,
Jh--M ing bandages, aiding to bind up great
-i 'dug wounds, shrinking from the slghb
t Hf.-vured arms, but putting personal
r_.-lim; away beforo the great needs that
fe tliem.
One nurse, with sweet blue eyes, tender
| find pitiful, gave a low cry at' last, as the '
I fiurgeon whoso assistant she was paused
\ beside a cot on which a young man lay
Iv.neoii-icious.
f "Vou know him!-" tho surgeon asked
I her, regarding her blanched face cur-
\ 'nisi\y.
Sho bent her head In silence, t iob
)1.)i;iv.Mng from herlllifl,
Half an hour later, ho lay there under
Pliur .eyes, cold aud still, with strips of
[ ] .mm across liis bosom, a broken band- '
;;*-d arm, and courl-piaster holding to-
i her tho red edges of a gnsh that ran
[ perilously near tlio toni pie; uud she knelt
"-.iu the cot, with an auhen pain ih'her
lyoiiii.','funo, as alio stroked back tho hair
fj'i-o'ii Ids forehead.     ■<*■:'■       •   *
*, [ter six years!" sho whisperod softly.
"01;, my-love, after all years during
| wliit-li I have striven to forget your face,
i to see It so cold and white! But you shall
[bo moro tenderly cared for thou though
i you had a sister near you; and wben you
1 aro well enough to know me, we part
f again." '   - * • 1* .   .
For the crushed and wounded man was
\ Clnrehce Livlugstoup, the kneeling nurse
tbe girl to whom ho had refused hlsdy-
1 ing father to mako .offer of his hand-
Lena Munroe. *•&£
other, nnrt,Qkirence waked -Ctptn.stvipor
to mad duliriuiin, in wliicli he told Ids pa--
t'itnf nm.stfall-of which.8he«,'rr.t*iy knewy
and much -besides—to.lftpf the wealth bo.
•bad vowed never Lo touch,,ly'aig: 1-.I his.
lawyer's liands for the girl ho u -n!! not
trace; of struggle and trial which ho hud
gono through, which made her bluo eyes
dim.
But.be said no word of any woman
whose love was his guerdon, and the was
glad thut was spared her.
Once, In a midnight hour, when the
ward was mient and the lights low about
tliem, he suddenly put foHh his uninjured
hand aud took ono of hers; his eye*, brilliant, with fever, wero fastened on her
fuce^r *.-'. * ■'    .    ■■ •
"My father loved you as a daughter,"
ho said softly, "and heboid me you loved
me; but I did not believe, and I wanted
him to leavo mo free. Child, why did
you fly from mef Did you fear I would
learn,to lovo you?" , . j
"Slit;- bent her face, and tears flowed
BllenUy down her cheeke;-   ■   -
Jt was delirium, she knew; but ahe,
who had been unable tq forget, romem-
bt-red that long hour in the early night
too vividly not to again feel some of Us
pain as she heard htm,
It was weeks Infer when, after > a long
sleep, he awakened to full consciousness
one morning at day-dawn, .
Tho lights wero low, tho scone spectral,
as his languid oyes turned from object to
objeot, ... - ^ ■ .
At last they rested on the quiet figure
of his nurse, asleep in her chair, and there
-thoy lingered.
How sweet nnd girlish the weary face
was, under the stiff cap! and sad, too, M
though this life was not such as her heart
yearned for. And tho hands lying idly in
licr lap were ao fair and white andalender,
dainty enough to bo decked with: gems,
-fair enough to be kissed, bnt too frail and
whito for fearing of linen and lifting of
.dyingheodA, betohlhims-U-r. , - r..
"■- Then a sort of memory came to him ot
those soft iinuers on his brow, when it
had seemed burning; of thut sweet face
bent over him iu his delirium, when he
hud taken it for the face of an angel.
Ho had seen it before, but where.   Perhaps in one of his day-dreams.   Nowh-e.;
wonld never forget it7, he told -himself, at,'
his own eyes closing,,he dropped off to
sleep.
ltwas midday when he waked again
and found her bending over him, and this
time be recognized her.
"Lena!" he cried, trying to put out his
hand.
But he was too weak. It fell on the
counterpane.
"You know me?" she said softly, turning paler.
"1 know you, and I want $o tell you,"
he whispered faintly, but with a warm
glow lu his eyes—"you are an heiress;
there is no need for you to do this work.
My father—"
"I kuowit all," she broke In; "arid thi
was why I left l£im as I did. aid >"*
think I would beggar youJAnd^
father bad been kind _&M|>_r)£o;
him because, no ij
back; I will
mom	
said softly.
W, because I did
j-o_|p_"do now, because love hat
my heart for yoa in an hour.
h*y.jnl.pef0|^ttgf*fi
ie me?"sliesKlfrlul	
I you learn the lesspo?"
Tdn wn, whin I watched you
*chair, ere I knew who you
p not doubt me!"
Ehe knelt atthe cot and
lir, as he had dreamed she
l|s unconscio-uj.  "And I
\\t, Clarence, that I hare
ps—since I flrst saw yon.
Tiled from Lynn."
ft will una back!"
W'-Jihf nailed, at-
iie^rem*joiuu "IWe
to me now;
• with yoa
Is dry ond turns hard, until oil ia applied,
aftor which it movea easily. ,yChen the
joints, or hinges, of the .body mo a tiffeiiad
and inflamed by lihoumatism, thoy cannot he moved without causing tlie most
excruciatingpalna. Ayer'a Sarcaparilla,
by tt-? action oa the blood, relieves thia
conditiOBi and restores tho joints to good
working order,:
Ayer's SarsapariUa haa effected, in our
city, many most remarks:-bin evn-i. in
cases which ballled tho cllurts of tin
moet experienced physicians. V.Vr.*
neccBsary, I could give tlm iJiaiii.es -.:
many individuals wlio havo b<?**u cmcl
by taking this medicino,. In vy ruwt- it
has worked woudors, relieving we of
Rheumatinrn,
after being troubled with it for vents. Jn
this, and all othor disuu,-iu_ iwisintf L-piii
Impure blood, thero is vo reimidy villi
whichlamauq«a1utud,tuat'.a''riuii[.*isnc-li
relief as Ayor's SarsapariUa. — It. II.
Lawrence, M. £>., JJultiiuoro, Md. .
Ayor's Sarsaprtrilla cured me of Omit
and Rheumatism, v.h»-n h'Mhing ijiso
would. It lias eradicated every trace ol
disease from my system.—It. II. Short,
Manager Hotel Belmont, Lowell, Moan.
I wos, during many months, a feuiiorer
from chronic Khoumalism. Tho uiM-use
afflicted mo grievously, in spito of all Tlm
romodies I could find, unfit 1 commenced
using Ayer's SarsaparUla. I tobjs _ev-
eralTiottios of thia .preparation, and was
speedily restored tb health. — J. Preatu,
Independence, Va. tt
Ayer's SarsapariUa,
ioldbyKirfiraggliti.
Dr. J, 0. AyorfcCo., Lowell, Mau.;
■-    Prloc|l;.iixWttlca(,«t.
1888.
Harper's   Basar.
ILLUSTRATEJ.
Harprr's Dakar Is a home Journal. It
combines choice literature and fine art
lllustratlonswlth the latest Intelligence
regarding the fashions. Each number
haa clever serial and short stories, practical and timely essays, bright poems, humorous sketches, etc Its pattern-sheet
and fashion-plate supplements will alone
help ladles to Rave ninny times the cost of
the subscription, and papers on social etiquette, decorative art, house-keeping In
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useful In overy household, anil a true promoter of economy. Ita editorials are
marked by good sense, nnd uot a line Is
admitted to Its columns that could oft'end
tbe must fastidious taste.
HABPER'S   PERIODICALS.
LOT 13, BLOCK XXXVI, lS2 FEET ON
Ellico Streot, 160 fept deep and 132
feet on-Mclnnes Street: contains ubout
2% ordinary city lots. Barn aud Stable
on premises with accommodation for 11
horses, harness room, dfc: good well of
water; garden, planted with fruit trees.
Particulars on npplloaUon lo __
dmylfltc ' W. J. FRENOH.
iilpastassaswwBS!
Dress-Making I
Misses McDODGALL
COLUMBIA   SIBSET,
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Provincial Secretary's Oiliee,
27th June, 1888.
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nAXPEB * UlOa., ltnr York,
gether. .
As Indicated by BUtwry aadl
ton. " -
' It I. a curious clrcumst»M«t-«tttil,
die unseen color of 16 many, I. th. favorite color, and may be oolM the King color of the normal eye. It wuetpegiaUr
so lu ancient times,
If ire examine the Bible — tbtSSfti
that the Hoteone M«n»lj ever tueeVciiter
us un epithet, as We do Men we' UT "the
blue sky," "the purple hllle." They say,
indeed, "the Red Bea"; but blue la
scarcely mentioned as seen In nature,
only lit tho "blue and porpta and scan;
let" of Uio tiibernnola hungiag^or the r
high, priest's robot,«., the pavement.ol j
the king's palace.of "red aad blue and-
block and white marble" in the Book of
Esther.  Yellow, excepting ae a sign of
iliscuse, Is incntloued but one* ot twloei j
"hor leather, jlko yellow gold."
Btit red Is largely spoken of at la later
times, and perhaps u Incorrectly, for we
did not Invent, we only inherit, the expressions, "red gold," "red wine," one of
these being merely orange, and the other
n ruddy purple. "Red hair" It amodern,
or rather modtaival, (nacouracy; "ltd
cow" we got from tlie auolenU.
These epithets all appear to show a certain fanoy for calling tilings nd a» tha
more kingly aud costly color,
■ ■ i , >       j.     i
The Time Ta Blake Meade.
"I made my money by having na
friends," wos the startling remark ot a
vra'iitiiy and comparatively young oltlsen
of St.'Paul. ... ,   ,
"1 curie hero not a (read ntny years
tigiinlooc, lhatlnlwaJtMeSleJaaiWined
to luivlng uiflfy friendi,jud eo muoh did
. I think of tliom tlmt 1 (and not to make
new 9111*11 hore. '-'r-i.
■ ••Uwatt quite bcnellclal. I *•# no f***»ud(
(o carouso with anil tho money I wuuld
Imiu siiinit In thU wiry waa eaVed. That's
the niririTt of my euccc**- Now that I an
iurlopemlent lean make as many friends
na Invlsli iiiiilelijoy tlie*St.T. ,"
"Mt friend, dun't have too manyfrlonds
until you bucccuiI lu buslnciii.'l-St, Paul
Ol'jljC      ■.,■:    -*r        M   V-^i-'-A.
The sti'ttlg'.it.st Man.
Teaohor-'IW'ho was the most upright
roan In the Bible!"
'.' ,.8mii)*t bey-"I know -who wae the
Toitci*$-rtr*i)if, wbo was tbe atr»lKl|l-j
est!" '•' *0 It- ■ •    'I
Smnrtboy—"Josepli.
Toaolifir—"Wby!"
SrjiiirtboyTr"H»truuso Pharaoh mnde a
ruler ot him)'
Euphemy.   ...
An np-town youngster bad tome little
trouble-with another youngster about, his
Own mra, snd, bring very consolenllone end
not dsrliig to wish toy one deed, ro-
marker!:
" I wish thero never hid beeu a birth la
your father's tally l"-tHsrtford Post.
..       __j-«K^_i_l_t^_l___
1888.
Harper's   Weekly.
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SQMg, COftW^ Ol? THE
^British Columbia Directory (latest edition) still-remain
on h*)od,,-«ntl wiU ,t>e disposed, of
at a distpiint for ;fash.
This Directory is published
by Messrs. Williams and Mai-
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amount of valuable' information
respecting the different cities,
settlements, and districts in the
pr4vin**e. he-sides. <*),. list of, ther
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Address:
imimmUl
NEW WESTMINSTER
BUILDING SOCIETY.
A PEMI-ANNUAI.OkWEUAI. mret-
J\ ING will bo held in tlio COURT
HOUSE on Saturday, July SS, nt 8 p. m.
PunpoaE:-(l) Elertlon of Offlcera for
the ensuing yenr, mid all the business of
an Annual Goncrnl Meeting;
(2) Drawing for tho Sixth Appropriation
of $1000.
Members in arrears are requested lo
pny all dues, and new members will be
ariiriticd Into all the benefits npon payment of entrance feo and four weeks' sub*
subscriptions, $? lit nil.
By order,     WALTER J. WALKER,
Secretary.
July IS, 1888. dJlyllUd
f'COVERNMEHTST
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Of the Best Makera in the World.
THE WORLD-RENOWNED ORGANS
add PIANOS of Ms*on A llanilta
have arrived. The great STUCK PIANO,
wltli patent sustaining pedal. The matchless DECKER A SONS' PIANOS. The
well-known DOMINION PIANOS nnd
ORGANS, nave also in stock RONISOH
and CHRISTIE PIANOS. Pianos and
Organs Bold on mouthly payments. Pianos for rent and rent applied if purchased.
Call at
H. Peters' Music Store,
dwJflBto Victokia, B. C.
itatad,
ica haa
 ng drains
Of  Life.   H_„d-
     —jkaulie,   Dreadful   Dreams,
Wcftkn«ss of Memory, Bsmhfalaoss In
Sr.olety, Pimplw upon the Fm and
atl the Bflbcts leading to Early Decay,
lionsnniptlon or Insanity, will Hnd In
our Specific No. 23 a Fault v<<C«re. It
Imparls TouthfUl Vigor, restores the
Vital Power ln old and young, strength-
ens and Invigorates the Uralni and
Nerves, builds up the muscular system
and arouses Into action the whole physical energy of the human frame. Wllh
our Hpccifle No. 23 tbe most obstinate
case can be cured In three months, and
recent tines In less tlinn .'iti days. Each
package contains two weeks treatment.
Price jl'. Cure** guaranteed. Our Hpeclflo
No. HI Is an Infallible Cure for all Prl-
-rate DliiMBSt.no matter of how lone
standing. Sold under onr written Quur-
antee to effect a fare. Price $5, Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto. Ont.
CONSUMPTIOS
balling science and tho most sktllei
physicians, who knew or nothing to
arrest, nothing to alleviate, nothing to
mire. Now It is no ioniser an Incur-
ablp malady--wii when given un hy
physicians, nealtli enn yet bo found In
OUR REMEDY; It liciiU and soothes
the membrane of the Lungs, Inflamed
find poisoned bythe ravages of this
nil disease, anu prevent* the night
sweatannd tightness across ihn chest
which accompany It.  Price fit.
OURES   GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Onu
OUR K1.KGAXT VKBPARATIUKfl.
Remember wo mnnnfaeture aud aro the
solo proprietors of the following specialties, and lhat they cun bo hud from no
othersmireo. TWY WE HOT FOR SALE BY
DRUGGISTS. <'ori'*/N]>onileut-« sLrlctly eon-
fldentlal, ('oiisullullon upon all chronic
disease Invlteil. HO CHMCE except for
iiicitli'llies. Alt (tonds sent st-cure from
obseivatlon. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Out.
HAIR  COLORING,
Onr magnificent preparations arowar-
rnutod perfectly harmless. We prepare
the following colors—tha liner shaded
arise from the hair liiolr: Dlitck, Dark
lli-owu, Mcillum Brown, Chestnut, Light
Chestnut, Gold Blonde, Ash or Blonde
Cendrce. Rend «nmple of hair when op
dprlng. Prlco, t'2 per bottle. Toronto Medicine Co., Toiovlo, Oni.
TOILET REQUISITES.
Id ordering plcaso specify which you
require; we guarantee tliem Ui givo entire
satisfaction. No, s Imparls to the skin
tho color und freshness of maidenhood,
harmless and cannot bo iloteeted, H.'2!i.
No. I) removes wrlnkli's, fi' No, 10 removes TJvor 8pnts,$l._3. No. II TCmoVes
Flesh Worms, ftl.26. No. 1_ roinoves
Ktcokles,91,S5. No. M removes Pimples,
11,25. No, 11 removes Tan, Sl,_5. No. I ft
removes Moles, tl. No. 16 remnvos l*ock*
murks, $2, Nu. l7romoves iiiiduo Porspl-
rat!ont.*l.2ri, No. 18, an absolute unfailing
spcolflc foi'tlie rctnnilon, dovolopmnnt or
restoration of thu Hair, tl.2r>, Toronto
Medicine Co.,Toronto, Out
THE BUST.
No. IDlH a omblned Interna! and external treatment which npe_rtlly dovetops
or restores lho female bum to the proportions of voluptuous nature. Is entirely
harmless and certain In rtsults. Price tl
Toronto Modlclnn Co., Toronto, Ont.
dwaplRyl
City Laundry
JOE   QUI.
TT AVING I-EA8ED AND PITTED UP
XI a Shop on Dallas Street, nearly opposite Mr. Wise's Stable, is now prepared
fo undertake the work of a
General Laundry.
Competent men employed, and work
S-uarnntced. Having engaged a Wagon
or delivery, clothes will lie delivered
promptly lu any part of the city. First-
class references given if required. A trial
order solicited. Prices will be found us
low us In any flrst-class establishment.
Families taken at special rates.
BVOrders may be left at Mr. Dickinson's
Butcher Hhop, Columbia Bt.        dJaMc
INDEPENDENT
MEsti-gicy!
STRAIGHT, FAIR COMMISSION BUSINESS.
OWNERS OF FARMS OR CITY LOTS
to sell will have their interests, as
well; as buyers, carefully guarded in alt
transactions, and ho extras put on flrst
prices, .   _<
Always have good bargains tu Vancouver Lots,
Correspondence solicited.
WM. C1ABK BELL,
Cambik St., P. O. Box IS,
daplMo ■VA._STOOTT\rai».
Dominion Lands.
YF YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
J Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
■Grazing Land, or buying Form, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
But pay In SOZUCX* and save a
large dlsoount.
Rertn oan be obtained In large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY A CHAMPION,
b___t___i_._-
winnipeq, manitoba,
OK FROM .
THK BANK 0V BRITISH COIiVKBU,
NBW WESTMINSTEfl,
 dwmliate .	
To Saa Frascisco, Cal.
''__•#_¥'-**__..-
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
(Jolcker In Time thu anratkN*
Ronte between ,
lnfrinriviiihi.hiHn
Grind Scenic Bonte of the Faelfle
Gout.
PULLMAN   BUFFIT SLHWR8
TOURIST. SLEEPING' CABS
FOTAoeommodatlonolBMnBd-OlaalM-
.eQgen,aUaohed to Express Trftlos...
Fare from Portland lo Sacramento and
San Franoisco: Unlimited, •nil Fint
Olao. (Limited), »»l Second Cla.. 1U-
mlted),*U.
B. KOEHLEB, Manafer.
E. P. ROGERS,
Ant, dm. Freljht 4 Put.
Agent
W.E. AUSTIN,
k.n\ Merchandise!
HEW WISTMIX8TK, B, C.
Hay and Feed
wood & COAL
(THE REST QUALITY).
Dry floodN, Boots A Shoi-n,
Provlslong A -firocerieH.
FARMERS' "HARDWARE,
tar A* we use no whisky or toliiuroo we
oan, by temperate habit, and careful economy, nerve llie public ot especially low
rate.. dwJalMo
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANOE ttifflk
I Ouillno.iiSi.oiid 111 Pau. Uiu,
LONDON.
INSTITFTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES-OTHKB
Building., Good., Wan., Meroliau-
ilisr, Manufaoturing and Fanning Stook,
Ship. In Port, Horlror or Dock, and the
Crgoci ol moh Veoeb; aUo, Shi™ build-
lug ami repairing. Barge, and other Ve.-
sols on navigable riven and canal., aud
Gooda on board such Veuel., throughout
Great llritaln and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM 1088 OR DAMASK BT HRR.
Subscribed and Inveated Capital,
•£1,600,000 8TG.
Rate, of Premium and every Inform.
tiot; oan In obtain*! on application to
W. J. ABM8TB0N-B,
Afnl ttt Ntw Watf___1»r.
THE UNDERSIGNED KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE AND
complete assortment of
mtmmtjm7t_7-tm.,'*Att., ftt_t.m.t-mmstm
Which will be sold at tho LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES FOR CASH, trk large
consignment to arrivo .liortly."—I Always in stock—Lcntlier* Sn***_ FlM-
Ings, •-(-., of all kinds.   Custom Warn a epeoialty.
■   JAMIIS   _»OXT_i_i____.TT,
dwjelyl No. 81, COLlumilA BtheCT.
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
' "Oartmlal.Mweaailaritedtoc_li_enthal I OHtnte enrea Co«e_OOMft»iMOT,
j-j^j-^^™. Bjghssaftsnssf.
lU8o,0«tordg«.,Biw_yn,H.T.   I WltloutlnliiriOMBriloilfcB.
Tse Cster-vn Coup—nr, 77 Hurray Street, N. T.
dt.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAI & INVESTMENT AfflCI, M
THOMAS ALLSOP, ]
HENRY  S. MASON, j >
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,    )
DIRECTOR8<k'
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 New Broad Sl. - LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Business of ALLSOP b MASON haa been merged In the abovo Companf
and will he carried on by the Company from thia data as a general land Investment
and Insurance Ageniy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates. Town Lots and Fanning
Lands for Sale on easy terms.
Victoria, RC., May I6th, IBB. • dwjeno
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHABF STREET • VICTORIA.
AamNTa iron
North British and, Mercantile
Insurance Co* ror Mainland.
H.C. BEETON*CO.,
SO Flnsbury Circus,
London, R. C
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
{TTAVINO TAKEN POSSESSION OF
rl the "Temperance House,"fronting
inColUmblaRnd Church Streets, opposite
he Episcopal Ohurch, and now known,
as the   .
FARMERS'HOME!
Will wwomraodate tbe traveling pnbllo
atthe following ralei:
Board per day. «.»......M..H.nM-.,.HH.fl.OO
"      "  week  „..H......... S 00
BlBKle Heali.    SS
Bedi,,....    3S
tt-Good acoomraodfltlon for Ladle* and
famlllM. inyfilo
Flowers for sale
NOTICE.
Canada Lilt Imtmx Co,
PAUTIKS INHUIlEtUN TIIK ABOVE
Compnny, wliosu ProniluniH nro pay-
uhlo ut KashTii pnlutntenn hnvo the plnee
nf jmyment llioi-r-of elmnxr-dlo llilsclty,
freo of ehargo, bv iipplvhi*: in llio innler-
ilRiied.
MTRhkH tn I* on In Hi K irndlnR €«nn-
dlnn I'ltmiiHtiy ul mmt Cnvornh.v rule*.
HENRYV. E-.irfiOI.DS,
(IJeS8te AriKNT.
Mainland Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THI. SUHSCRIBEIU. ARE NOW 1'RK-
PARF,D TO TORN OUT ,
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Speolal Low Kates.
finjiig ud All Eiiis of ha_f
Done al Shortest Notice.
Prr -t'ordwiwl delivered lo nny pnrt of
the Oity.
Onlem by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
-Krstnbloe nearly oppofllto (\ P. It. Do-
pot, Columbia HU, KewWt!HtmtU8tor.
djallte      GILLEY BROS. Vmn.
Fl fflSWCE.
fpHE TTNDERSIQNED HAVE BEEN
X   appointed agent* forthe
LANCASHIRE
And ere prepared to receive application,
for policies on all (ood risks at current
""*"'   MAJOR & PEAKSO-,
Real Estate, Flro and Life ■ Insurance
Agents, Rank of B. 0. Building, opposite
Post Olllce, Westminster.       dJoS6m3
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
KMrijr Opposite tte Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THK LAEGKST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions pf
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fain.
Hies, Restannntrs, and St«amhoats at tht
L0W-8T rOSSIliLB PMCBS.
CHINA  & JAPAN
W
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED A large ,
consignment of all kinds of
CELEBRATED TEA,
Embroidered Silk floods,
Stinwli, Screen), Bed Qullln. i
nreMlng Gowia, Ktr., Kit.
■—Ats.O— .
Porcelain, SaUimt, Ololume,
Bronte, iTqrjr, Sinddwood and
CarlOl ol Every Description.
iMPmno n am steamer dhkotimm
CHINA m JAPAN.
Hoplngthat you will honor us with yoar
visit, we remain very respectfully yours,
Kwong on Wo & Co,
FRONT STREET, Ntw WeiTMIMIH, 1.0.
. PostoAloeaoiNo*       : "   Meiyi   !J m
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I l.Wper uontfi: 2 Ins.f. per m.; 8 Ins. $2.90
"B
inent ln
 5 ct* per Une.
A-dvertUemeBl*.—For 1 (neb.
rnnv-Aii wvunii * **tm**yt mt ttt,, giun, *-.dv
far m.; 1 ool. lite per m. II Inner-led Ior
less tban I moa, 10 per ont. will be added
to th*» rate*,
Speolal nouns am.on. leading matter*,
20 on. par Una eaeh Insertion.
Cats must be all metal, and for largeouts
aa extra rate will be eharged. No advt
Inserted In either issue for less than |1.
■Bt-Persons sending lu advertisement,
.hould be oareful to .tate whether they
are to appear In the Dally Edition, or the
Weekly, or both.
Theneduyeiinttre.
The advices reoeived on Saturday
stating tho sockeyes woro passing San
.Irian island in immense numbers has
proved to bo truo. As soon as the
first nets were hauled from tho water
last night it became evidout there
were more salmon than usual and the
fishermen were otrtain of a, big catch.
Boata fishing opposite the oily and
above, averaged over fifty fish nth,
while near tho mouth nf the river the
average was still grearer, It is the
opinion of the fishermen that tha
soctteye run has oommenoed at Inst,
though it will take a few day. lode-
oide the correctness of these surmises.
HEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Groceries, be..
N.W. Hide...
.W. 4 G. Wolfenden
 K. 8. Scoullar
gjailg gtatish Columbian
■.■Atr Evening, Jaly rM. MM.
The str. Dunsmuir brought over a
load of coal on Saturday night from
Nanaimo for the canneries.
The str. Irving left for Chilliwhack
this morning with 40 tons of general
merchandise and a large number of
passengers.
Molntyre _ Heath's minstrels give
one of their famed performances at
Herring's Opera House this evening.
A very enjoyable programme has been
prepared.
Miss Clarke, a thorough and skillful
milliner, hs. just arrived from Toronto,
Ont, to take charge of Jas. Ellard &
Co.'s extensive millinery department,
in thia city. djly23t3
Th* ateamer Rithet arrived from
Victoria yesterday afternoon with 90
tons of freight and 40 passengers. She
left on Uw return trip thia afternoon
on the arrival of the pacifio express.
Do not delay In getting relief for the
little folks. Mother Graves'Worm Exterminator ia a pleasant and sure cure.
If you love your ohild why do you let it
suffer when a remedy is so near at hand.
Tha Presbyterian Sunday school
pionio to Ladners to-morrow leaves
the C.P.N, wharf at 9 o'clock, sharp.
The atr. Dunsmuir has been chartered
for the occasion. A large number of
people will attend and a most enjoyable day will Ji-Jjpent.
-IWe'ot 'Se British Columbia Packing (.n't. boat, ou Sniiirdny morning
osriiilit tin immense spring salmon which
weiiiliod G4_ lbs. The fishermen had a
lirriibre lignt getting it landed as the
fish struggled most bravely. When
packed it made a littlo over a oase of 4
dors. cans. This is the largest salmon
caught on the Fraser this year and
ranks among the largest ever caught on
the river.
Miss Ackerman'. Lecture.
The Oddfellows' Hall was crowded
last night to hear Miss Aokerinsu's address on temperance. Tho address
wu most interesting and entirely free
from the aggressiveness whioh usually
predominates in this class of lectures,
thus making it palatable and instructive, to tho whole audience. Miss
Ackerman is a ready and pleasant
speaker, endowed with more than the
average share of sound common sense.
She hu evidently seen muoh of the
world and possesses a wide knowledge
of life in all ita phsses. Miss Ackerman lectures again to-night at the
Oddfellows' Hall and wo can heartily
recommend the publio to patronize her
largely.
    s m, , ■—
A sad Event.
We regret to have to announoe Ihe
death of Mrs. D. R MoElraon, Blaine,
W. T., who died at her home yesterday, aged only 39, after a lingering illness. Mr. McElmon Ihe bereaved
husband is a brother to Rev. B.K.Mo-
Elmon, formerly of Comox, now of
Nookaack and Whactom, W. 'J*. The
deceased lady leaves a family of several
children. Tho family have been living
at Blaine about nino months, but have
t farm on this side of Iho boundary
line. The funeral will start from the
ferry wharf tomorrow afternoon for
the Mksonio cenrctry. It is unnecessary io say that tho sorrowing husband
and children have the sympathy of all
who know of their roal loss.
n. blip,..
Tin noon rose over the trees in
S, E, about one quarter eclipsed.
Total eclluee began N. W. mean
time    8:45r60
Total eclipse ended N. W. mean
time 10:27:49
Moon left shadow 11:26:67
Time of totality    1:42:99
During tho time of totality the moon
appeared like'* disk of burnished cop-
»"■     .	
Me er City-its.
The sale of city lota on Saturday
night by Mr. T. J. Trapp, at the Colonial, wu very successful, and prices
were much higher than ever before.
Following an the purchasers: Lot
15, blook A, Ju Wise, «605; lot 20,
block A, — Armstrong, 1605; lot 4,
blook B, F O Strickland, (656; lot 6,
block B, E S Scoullar, 1720; lot 8,
block B, Archdeaoon Woods, 1730; lot
18, block B, J W Harvey, |576; lot 90,
bloek B, J W Harvey, W76| lot 35,
blook B, — Thompson, $055.   Total
|8,0!».
. . .
Fer Active lervtee.
Capt. Socullar hu received notice
boa tht D.A.G.'s offico to hold his
company in readiness to march at 48
houn' notice. Company orders, published in this issue, require every mem-
bar of the company to report, personally, to Capt. Scoullar within 24 hours,
whioh must bo complied with io every
instance eioept in oase of sickness or
absenoo from the dty. In oase of
sickness t doctor's certificate must be
sent to tht commanding officer. Dr.
Fagan hu bean attached to the company u surgeon, and will, on request,
examine all who an unable through
illness to report personally.
.     — —
fetter and Ague anil Billtm* Derangements ti* positively cured by the use of
Parmelee'. Pills. They not only cleanse
the stomach and bowel, from all bilious
matter, but they open all the excretory
vessels, oausingthem to pour copious effusions ft-om the blood into the bowels,
after which the corrupted mass is thrown
out by the natural pasesges of body.
They are used as a general family medicine with tho best results.
The Harrlsou liot Spring..
Advioos received to-day from this
famous health result s'ato that tile
weather ie line and clear, the highest
temperature this season being 85°.
The mosquitoes have all departed from
the springs. Tennis is said to be tho
popular game just now among the
votaries of health and pleasure. Following aro the late arrivals: A J
Armstrong, Dan Macdonald, Westminster; J Spinks, HODoariunteland
wife, John Norris, Wm Weir, John
Bone, A Morrison, W Downie, J H
Home, Mrs Cambie, Mrs Blaclock, C
D Martin, Vancouver; Misa Armstrong,
Lewis Lewis, Miss Arrowsmith, D
Ballantyno, Alex Bonuley, C F James,
Victoria; Hugh Snowden, Nanaimo;
W H Rowling and wife, North Arm;
Alex West, Winnipeg; A Oliver, Yale;
John T Norris, O H Jones, Port
Townsend; Geo W Finley, Ottawa; J
D Humphreys, Toronto,
AOreatHlislKlikew,
Spencer, Molntyre &■ Heath's minstrels gave a performance last evening
in Viotoria, whioh was undoubtedly tbe best presented by the several
minstrel organisations that have lately
visited Victoria. There iB a freshness
about each number of the programme
that is gratifying indeed, and no
'-chestnut. " woro perpetrated. A fair
house greeted them, but tho theatre
would have been filled had the lovers
of minstrelsy been aware of the bill of
fare. Tho first part was a series of
songs and absurdities, the former being
given with good effect, whilo the latter
Cluced great laughter. Tho tam-
rines and bones were oxcellont in
their performance. Heath and Lew
Spencer being specially good. Muter
Stuart's soprano voice was a marvel.
Drummond and Rowe performed some
remarkable gyrations u dancers, Rowe
doing some wonderful somersaults.
Lew Spencer, in hi. "bundleof jokes,"
kept tho house in roars of laughter.
Byron and Hagan were very entertaining in their "Chinese Recrestion."
Molntyre and Heath in their songs
and dances und other specialties wore
also vory good. The burlesque on
Rider Haggard's "She" closed the
performance. It is new and original
and made a great hit. The company
are worthy of generous patronage, and
will no doubt receive it at Vancouver
and Westminster, at the latter of
which they play on Monday night-
Colonist.
Tlii.ro are a number of varieties of
corns. Holloway's Corn Cure will re*
move any of them. Call on your druggist
and get a bottle at onco.
langley Council.
The council met at tbe town hall on
Saturday, July 7th. Present, the
reeve and full council. The minutes
of lut meeting were resd and confirmed. Petitions for roads and bridges
wero laid over until next meeting. The
following contracts were awarded:
Trunk road, J. Smith; river road, G.
McKay, $69.75; sawmill rood, K. Mc-
Iver, |17. The board of works were
empowered to have the corduroy, and
bridge on sawmill roud repaired immediately, and alsn tho Murchison
bridge. Tenders were ordered to bo
called for noxt meeting fnr opening
half a mile on Tyres' road, Tho hoard
of works wero empowered to examine
Towle's contract, with power to accept
if found completed. The clork was
instructed to have a bylaw, to regulate
line fences and also one to keep rams,
horses and bulls from running at
large, drafted against next meeting.
The following accounts wero ordered
paid: W. J. Armstrong, $7; T. Black,
$1; and J. Morrison, $3. Council
then adjourned until the first Saturday in August'     _
wsmaemmm-mmMWMMMt
Parltaant -eopeti.
Long before 9 o'clock this morning
crowds of peoplo were seen wending
their way towards the Leather parliament and when the speaker took the
chair at 0 o'clock, sharp, tho house
was crowded from cellar to garret Iu
the Speaker's and Members' naileries
every seat wu occupied, the fair sex
predominating, while in the Visitors'
gallery standing mom was at a premium. Aftor the order nf business
had Wen laid before the house, tht
hull, member for Port Moody roso tu a
question r.f privilege. (Cries of "Nul
No!" "Quentliiii 1" "Sit down!" etc.)
Tho hou member said ho was nut
going to ait down until I e had a hearing. Ho had sat dursu onoe nud
watched tho glory of Port
Moody pass away like mist bofore the rising sun, and all he
now retained of that glorious memory
was $100,000 worth of town lots which
he would sell at 5 per cent, on the dollar, half cash, balance in 6 months at
0 per cent interest, no charge fnr
making out the deeds. (Ones of
"question" and "order.")
The hon. member for Harrison roso
excitedly and asked Mr. Speaker if the
floor ol the house wu to be turned
into an auction room. Such a proceeding wu unparliamentary, and if
allowed to continue would result in the
house being transformed into a public
market where tho memben engaged in
mercantile pursuits would be dipeiuing
their wares.
The speaker sustained the hon.
member for Harrison and ruled the
hon. member for Port Moody out of
order.
Hon. member for Port Moody:—
"But I have a question of privilege to
put before the house."
Mr. Speaker;—"I can allow you no
privileges which I cannot allow the
other members. This is not a caravansary or a stock exchange."
Hon. member for P. M.:-"ButI
insist-1—•'
Mr. Speaker:—"I will insist on the
scrgeent-at-arms removing you from
the house unless you sit down." (Oriu
of "put him out."
The lion, member for Malsqul said
it puincd him exceedingly that his colleague should ao far forget himself and
the dignity due to the house of which
lie had the honor to be a member, as
tn bring up private matters of this
kind. He hsd always respected his
honorable friend, but that respect was
falling away at rapidly as did the value
from Port Moody lots.
The hon. member for P. M. asked
the Speaker if old sores were to be reopened in this reckless manner. Port
Moody might have suffered a temporary set back but be could say of it,
with the immortal Scott :—
"And yet I love thee better still
E'en in extremity of ill."
The hon. member for Cemeteryvilla
thought aa the Southern Railway
matter wu befqre the.bouse and'as it
wu useless -'titynfg tb revive dead issues, .tho railway matter should bt
taken op at once and freely ditcuued.
As far u he wu concerned he didn't
think railways were of much benefit to
the human race. Pharoah's army
didn't havo a railway to transport
them all over the country, anu no
complaints were heard from the commanding officers on that account. But
bridges, and lots of them, wu what
tho the oountry wanted, lf there had
been an iron pontoon bridge across the
Red Sea the terrible disaster whioh
overtook Pharoah and his army would
never have occurred, and the children
of Israel and the Egyptians might have
kept up.«.ru*uiiiig%ht.until to-day.
Ho proposed to' introduce * -bill appropriating $4,000,000 for the building of 8 iron pontoon bridges, nt a
cost of $500,000 each, acrus. the Falser river between Herring's ranoh and
the B. C. Packing Co.'s cannory. (Opposition cheer.).
The hon. member for Chuicliton
agreed with the last speaker in all his
remarks. Railroads were a humbug,
a delusion and a snare. A short time
ago he wu obliged to visit Vancouver
and, having a past over the road, he
went by rail, Before leaving he had
insured his life for $5,000, forthe day,
whioh would come in very handy if he
happened to got mortally injured on
route by a collision nr other accident.
To his deep regret he was brought
home as safe and healthy as when he
left, with only a cold in his head, a
disorganized liver and three empty
bottles to remind him of tho excursion .
To add to his annoyance at not getting
killed, the very next day he had tripped
on a broken plank on the Columbia
street sidewalk nnd received suoh injuries from the fall that ht was Uid up
six woeks, paid a heavy doctor's bill—
and no recompense. Railroads had
been tho bano of his life, and he wu
ag'ain.t them frum middle to terminus,
eaoh way.
The nun. member for Surroyroada
said it amused him more than a little
to hear such universal condemnatiun
of railroads luue frum tho mouths of
men who had attained manhood's
years without knowing inure about'a
railroad than thoy picked up by reading
newspaper advertisement, lt simply
proved to him thsl the railroad should
be built (cheers), as opposition coming
from such a quarter tofd that railway
facilities were necessary. When tho
agreement came -up for disoussion he
would add a clause proiiding for an
extension of the Southern fromBrowns-
villo along the Scott road to Ladners.
(Great applause).
The hon. member for Harrison
caught the speaker's eye, and moved
an adjournment of the debate until
Friday.
On a diviiion the motion wu carried
by 463 yeu againit 329 nays,
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flontnuiuictttnui.
ii      "   ni, '"      ii
CerrecttM.
Editor Coutmbi-N.—In the weekly
Comimoian of July Ilth there is a letter from yonr correspondent in Mount
Lehman in which there is a chsrge
brought against the late board of tohool
trustees of misappropriating the funds
of entrusted to their cart. I wish you
to correct tho tame, as that portion of
the letter with reference to the late
trustee board is a grot, fabrication
from beginning to end. tn the first
place tho distriot Is not heavily encumbered and the limbs of the law are
not getting rich at our expenso, as
your correspondent would infer, and 1
would state I am prepared to show
thst all thb money entrusted to the
late board of trustees hu bten dealt
with honestly and the appropriations
have been spent to the best advantage.
It is not my wish to enter into any
newspaper controversy, but I am prepared to prove my statements, for I
hope your correspondent will In future
have a little mon respect for tho truth.
Yours respectfully,
E. J. Thompson.
Sec. board of trustees,
Mount Lehman.
Mount Lehman, July 20,1888.
Fn.Ii *f**s-ter Wanted.
Editor Colombian:—Would you be
to kind and condescending u to allow
a rustic, who hu opportunities of taking notes on matters and things generally, and particularly with respect to
what Mr. "Progress" in the daily
XnM-__'Mrliisr ofthe 21st inst founds
hit   communication, and   is   styled
Another Improvement Suggested,"
Here you will please allow me to quote
the writer's own words in introducing
hit new scheme: "The Dominion government having made an appropriation
of $10,000 towards opening up the
channel at the mouth of the Fraser
river, and which is only a fraction of
what will yet have to be given before
the undertaking is completed, if ever,
as its ever changing channel will require continual watching; wo have unly
to look at the mouth of tbe Mississippi
and Columbia rivers to be convinced at
once that they aro sn everlasting burden to the country." Now, sir, dou't
you think that the above quotation
from Mr. " Progress" roads very like
the editorials we used to have from
the News a short time ago. The with
with moat people is only the father to
the thought, and the thought to the
expression. Necessity is called the
mother of invention, and sure enough
this " Progress" man hu at lut hit
upon an expedient which will dry op
Westminster "entirely shure. " He
proposes to tap the Fruser above the
old royal city, and, by the uie of dyne-
mito or tome othor volcanio means,, .to
blow out a channel, which he believet 1
"ia quite practicable with but little
more expense than keeping opeu tht
mouth of tht Frater," and, paresite-
like, he wants the government to do it.
Seeing the advantages Westminster hu
over any wit water harbor, he thinks
that the fresh wtttr of the _ rsser
might kill the. worms and barnacles
that are eating tip tht wharves aud encumbering the bottoms of the ships at
Vancouver. He hopes that it would
also be the means of transferring the
ulmon business to the favored city of
Vancouver, and many other advantages
too numerous to mention. If I had
any desire to seo tbe total ruin of Coal
Harbor I would not wish a surer means
of ita entire destruction than the turn-'
ing of the Fraser into it This silly,
ambitiuus body calling himself "Progress " is not much nf a philosopher, or
he would see that the t-fi'eot of his daydream, ii
fill up
Bay and
morninf
shallow
nothing but a cou|
and that the "old Fraser" would non
f|»t so disgusted with such circumscribed
imitt that tht would bo obliged to return to her dear old native channel on
the sunny south side of the peninsula
where standi Ihe brave old Roysl City
that neither governments nor " combines " of any sort have bten able to
muvu, neither Mes without or foet
within.
Rohtiii.
Another Link  done.
Beam «r aa .Id Vrl.r...
of pnt of our present M. P.. to
Canada. But a relapse occurred, culminating in a tumor in the liver, which
brought him to the verge of the grave.
However, hia strong vitality tnabled
him like a noble oak to withstand the
shock of tbe tornado, and he appeared
invinoiblo. Slowly recovering, after
five years ho engaged in agriculture,
but years of intense suffering left their
their indelible marks. Still tht ttaunch
old warrior retained to a great extent
the ume energy and aotivity of hit
youthful days, and we find him when
well advanced in his sixties ornioraiing
to the wilds of tbe great Munitoulin
Islands. Shortly sfter it was ceded
by tlio Indiana to the government,
through the efforts of tho Hon, Wm,
McDougall. Hore, like Gladstone, the
grand old man, with his axe in hia
hand, instead of a foncing hook, the
arm that oft had wielded the sword in
defence of bis country, among the
piratical Malays and fanatical Thugs
and Bedu of the eastern hemisphere—
wss now engsged in felling tht towering maples and other gigantic trees
thnt grew to an enormous size in the
luxurious forest. Here in Ihe midstof
tho primitive wilderness, inhabited
principally by Indians and wild animals, he founded for himself a home,
which, nt the time of his death, was
one of tho best in that now flourishing
settlement, and wu about soiling out
to join a son in British Columbia when
the aad event took place.
His death was caused by paralysis,
which suddenly attacked him after his
lut day's work was doii>, while sitting
in hia ohair in hit own bouse, and failing down, was tsktn up unconscious,
and lingered in bed for nearly two
months before he finally succumbed to
the fell destroyer, even recovering sufficiently to converse a little with those
around him.,
His love fiir his native highland
homo was strung even in death, and
often while on his dying bed ho spoke
of returning there.
Hearing thb trumpet-like sound of
Hor Majesty's S.S. Bayfield whistle, on
entering port after a long winter's absence, he bade his attendants to raiu
him up and dress him for hit intended
journey to hia boyhood's happy home,
But alaal it wu .too Iale.   In a few
days he wu no more; the relentless
hand of death was so strong for the
enfeebled wreck of tho once stalwart
highlander, and after a night of intense
suffering his spirit took its flight.
He dled-anil bis patriotic spirit flow
To where the heath aud blue-hells trew.
Oh, how coiifcUreat ln a foreign land
That had saH  *U^Bootla*a snows.
He «j|       |^|^a»l kind
parhnt, <
and exei
. .,<«<•>.£
"•*- - i & **•>
JAMES ELLARD £ CO.
Hav« Just Received Direct from the Manufacturers,
 A FINE LINE OF	
White and Colored Skirt Allover and
Narrow Laces,
White & Colored Swiss and Cambric
Embroideries.
New Colored Embroidered Washing
Dresses*
Children's Chambray A Sailor Suits*
Ladies', Children's and Infants' Underclothing,
All styles In Ladies' White & Colored
Aprons.
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C«.ll and. 6-camia.a.
-}   •' LONDON   HOUSE,
dwjilfitc New Westminster, B, <!,
F1- CR-AJSZE.,
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATGHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A lull line of Spectacles & Eye--G_asgCS In ateol, rubber, silver and goM
frames.   The Guest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; all sights suited.
Speolal attention, given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having learned the
business thoroughly from somo of the finest Horologera In England, and since theu
managed the watch*>repalring departments of a few of tho best firms on the continent of America,II a sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 yean of the well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Montreal,
Charges Moderate,
Montreal, Deo., 1887.—Mr. P. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman ot
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who did so
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not here to-day."
dWBpiatc
If you wish to restore __.,. ^
{row wasted cheek, and so improve yi
lealth that plumpness and strength will
succeed emaciation and debility, purify
your blood with Ayer's SarsaparUla.
This remedy will benefit you more surely
than any other.1   '. Li   .
Children Cryfor PitcKer'jCastoria
<*r*e
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
M-ELMOX,-At Blaine, W. T.
day (yesterday), July 22nd, al—	
•ring* Illness of A mouths, which she
bore with christian reslguatlon, Emma
M., beloved wife uf D. It McElmon,
and 8. years.  Formerly of Monclou,
N. B., and  fcldent daughter of O. V.
Fl era mint, Esq., of Vancouver,
The funeral will dike place to-morrow
(Tuesday)afternoon on the arrival of the
ferry boat at this clly wltb the remains.
Tne funeral procession  will leavo the
ferr j wharf and proceed tp ilieMafloulf
cemetery, where lho interment will lake
plaoe. „  .    _.....,
■,.,r."f ■
When Baby was slek,wa gave hec Castsri*
When she was a CUU, shs ertsi tet 0
Whs* she became Misi, she slang U
~ *ttehaiChUdnn,i:
Sunday mm
ERRING1
Opp, Tclegt-a.li Offlee, 1
1:30
to lrs'oiooK
'olorrk.
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prepared at any tint, dnriag
" -tprtmlsti.   Ring the nljht
STORE,
tm WMtmlntter.
D.S.
CO.
Personal,
CkUdrMftyforPNniiQpM.
Thomss Holiinsiii, Knriiliam Centre,
P. I*., writes:. "I liave Linen sllliateil
with rheumatism fur the lust ten years,
anil have trial many remedies without
any relief. 1 Jjot a brittle of Ur. Thomas'
Eclcotrio Oil, and found it gave instant
relief, tnd since then have had no attack.
I wonld recommend It to sll."
W. Houtherby, of Ladners, wu in tlie
oity to-day.
E. _. Kirkland went down to Ladners thll afternoon.
3. Englchart, assignee of the B, C.
Packing Co., it stopping tt the Colonial,
Geo. W. Jones hat severed hit oonneotion with the C.P.B., and accented the
position of book-keeper for F, G. Strlok-
larid b Co. Ue is prepared to andit
books and perform general accountant's
work.
Not a.particle of calomel, nor any
other, deleterious substance, enters into
tiio composition of Ayer's Pills. On the
contrary, this medicine Is carefully compounded from the curative properties of
purely vegetable mbtttnott,   Try it,
One by one are snipped asundtr
thine linkt of iron strength whioh connect ns with tht past and whieh were
Britain's bulwarks in her day and hour
of need, at were the living briokt of
Sparta to anoient Greece.
Hugh Frasor, the subject of thit
hurried and very incomplete sketch,
who lately passed a-ray in tht eightieth
year of his see, first saw the light of
day aiming the hoiinie hill, of Scotland,
near Inverness. Bwly in youth ht
entered the aimy and served under
two tovereivns, enlisting into tht 78th
Highlander., thtt regiment ol immortal renown, in 1815, about Ibt
time ihtt our old iron Duke of Wellington reaohed tht smith of hit fame,
nnd Sir Colin Oampbtll and others of
the illustrious dead were brilliantly id-
.turning in a resplendent career.
Bis regiment wtt ordered out on
foreign service in 1820, flnt to Irolind,
then to the Btit Indies—at thtt time
the grave of many a European, and tht
home of pirate, and "buccaneers. - Here
they remained for 80 yeart. After a
time he wat siaiioned with hit regiment
amid tht fragrant breeies of Ceylon't
spicy Isle, about tht time thtt Bishop
Hebor composed hit immortal hymn.
Eleven yean tfttrwards ha exchanged
into the Ceylon Riflis aa schoolmaster
tnd instructor in military tvolotiont,
being one Of the best broadswordsmen
in the imperial servioe, at many •
aepny could attest ss he wilted beneath
the stroke of the highlander'. trusty
claymore;
Losing hit health hy diseaso of Ihe
liver and sunstroke, brought on by exposure under the burning rays of India's tropical sun, he was forced to
leave the army and tjek recuperation
in the more cnnf-eiml climate of
Canada, whon he recovered sufficiently
to h>e able lo engage for a time in mar-
ctntile and tducttioMtpunuitti, along
with Mr. Dtly.fitM-or grtndfilhtr
'®*m
TlTH -ffcnUBCH, OddMloWo*
M New Hall. Bev. J. Ht White, Pastor.
Services at 11 a.m. and7p.m.  Sunday
Shool and Bible Olass 2:80 p. m.   Prayer
eetlng on Thursdays at l»p.m. Beats
free; strangers oordlally Invited,
qt. pauij'i church. John Street.
Q Opposite Orange Hall. Bev. Thomu
Haddon, Pastor. Services every Sunday
at 11 a. in. and 7 p. m. Thursday evenings
at 7:30 o'olock. Seats free; atl are cordially invited. Bunday Sohool at 8:30 p. m.
vtnon loduk no. t, a. f.
* A* Ht— The regular Communications of this Lodge are
,   .    . held on the first Monday ln eaoh
month,  Sojonrnluff brethren aro cordially Invited to attend
PETER GRANT,
fuW-t-o Secretary.
Ai
OOMPANY ORDERS.
ORDERS HAVINO BEEN REOEIVED
from Headquarters to be re.-idy to
march at 48 hours' notice, all men am
ordered to report at my office within 24
hours from tht publication of this notice,
for active service.
A few vacancies foi able-bodied recruits,
K. B. SCOULLAB,
CapUOom'd'g N.W.Rifles.
^VvLVOiVy.
3D H. UOOIST
: Sole Agents, New Westminster, B. C.
C. McDONOUCH,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
Tt-r-B*, _k T.*-^^a      Uf
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stook of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots A Shoes, Hats A Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, Ae*
DrtaW'S    At    BOT-'     BVITI.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
CHAIN,  SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
N. B.—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission. takOrders
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. dwjeste
New West, July 28,118!.
dJIyJStl
Wag's Opera House!
MONDAY, J3rd JULY,
Largest, 8 tronfest, Greatest
and Best Big Show
on Earth.
MoINT-RK - HEATH
Model Minstrels!
A Show of New Greatness,  Something
to Please Everybody.
SJh**,..??-'_Jff5,!lyi-5*?0*"! *•!
W. it G. WOLFENDEN,
SUCCESSORS TO C. O. NAJOR,
IMPOKTRltS AMD DIAIJIUJ IN
Choice Family Groceries!
HAMS, BACON AND LARD,
Dry Goods,  Clothing,  &e., &e.
Co1um>U Street, New WottMlnitor. dwjiy2Sto
will perform everything advertlaed and
will freely forfeit iMoo to any charity la
tht clly If we do not carry out our promises to the letter. Iti* theonly Minstrel
and Rowe, who have been snrnamtd by
the Press a. the "Klnjn of all Bqnlll*
bri«l«." It I. tlio only Mln.tr.1 Show with
novelties. Remember that Molntyre k
Heath*. Minstrels will exhibit th.lren-
tire Show, combined with Havorly't Ori-
Jlnnl Company, which Is joosltlvely tht
rtrKost on earth, making Two Compute
HhoMluOue. .    .      ...
■ Bon*t fall teste the Onatest of WI.Bui-
leiquos-'IMi nmiBII -MM-,"
Reserved Hettton sale tttUttlnti,
yroTioB.
A LL PARTIEH INDMTBD TO THB
A "London Arms" on ta tht Uth July,
»e,aren,.piHrtfiillyrsifntsttd to pay tht
amount of auch I ndebtadjiau to .
0. LAHJrtlRT,
Ntw West, Jnly 20, IBM.
Proprietor.
dJIySOml
TO CONTRACTORS.
TENDERS WILL BB HEC,
til noon on HATORDAY
ror the erection of
IIVED UN-
Jnly list,
THRKE SEMM)I_TAOIIHl)TWO-(ITORY
DWKLIJNOS
On Allies Htreet, ror I). 8. Sinclair. Plant
andtpeclfloaUonsat myofflee.  Thelow.
est or any tender not nocessarily accepted.
__a_-The 'lm. for motiving Itndem on
ii...    .,
ro
au
TO RENT:
__'*?R_!'**T HOpHS IN DEANE'S
B'."'Block, adjoining Colonial Ho-
■ultabTe for onoes, 4c.   Rent low.
Enquire at Colonial,
djlymi
■:*rrsrr:
CHAS. E. TISDALL,
CUN DEALER,
CORDOVA ST.,   (Orr. C.P.K. Dim)
Vancouver, B. <-,
TTAVINO I.KARNJ* OUN MAKIlid
ll Willi a leading English maker I am
prepared to do nil kind, of Repairing tl
moderate prlccn,
atrSftsolal attention to re*ttooklng and
rt-brownlng.
tttgNDip WOOK or* IWUtH OUHt.   ^

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