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NBW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 4, 1666.
NUMBER 29
P   WKI.SH,
DENTIST.
Room 10,       •       •       Colonial Hotol.
Op-pick Honn.ir-10 to 1. dfegto
C
K. C. BROWN,
■    DENTIST.
IUkims-B. Ar C, over Bunk of Ilr-ltlsli Co-
luinlilii.
llouns-1) n. m. lo 8.811 p, m.     ilvijlV2Tlc
<nmnoil.il „ Hri'OLi.,
BARRISTERS,
SUMO-TORS, ETC.
onirics. Mruronlo Building.,Now*ff»stnllu-
ster, nnd Vancouver, B. C.      ly31il„to'
m   C, ATKINSON,
P.ARRISTEIl, 80LIC1TUB, *0.
MolC-iizi.r Street.
•Iwfeioto NowWestmlnster,'B.O.
Try NonniAN iiiii.k,!.. c,
1IABRISTKB-AT-1.AW.
r,.lti'l Agent Money to Loan,
rrolumblu St.,
se2te Now Westminster, B. C.
0'
ilow * flTAOLvnn,
AROHci'tso're.
OP-PTfiK-ROOHl P.,
pvar'Biiiiltof U.O..
Columbia Street,
G
-j  w orast,
AROHITE0T1
Offhik—Cornor Mary and Clarkson Sts.
dwfoffitc
nriuiAX it. KING,
AKOIIITEOT,
IIUII.DINO * I.AN1) SURVEYOR,
SANITARY ENGINEER.
Omc**—New Musoriij Monk,
ilwnplSto ■ Weirtrulnster.
, I.HKIIT J. IIII.I.,
I M, Can. Soc. C. E.
OIVIU ENQINEER, :•.
LAND SURVEYOR nnd
. DRAUGHTSMAN.
Ofkice—New Mosorrlo Block,
ilwmhlBto NOw \WrWfiliirito."
w.
J. W.1I.KKH .1 I'll.,
ACCOUNTANTS, BTOOKBROKEIRS,
REAL ESTATE, INSDRANCE nnd
GENERAL AGENTS,
it, llnnk BnllillnsH,NowWontmiiiHlor, B.C.
[)   I' Clurc It-ir.it, Halifax, l.lit£llinil.
dwinyl7lir
|*P.
K-fp   -J    TRAPP,
AUCTIO.VlSKtt ANI> AI'PIlAISEIt,
|*tOoluralilti Street .....New Westminster
I All ooinmlHHlonH will rooclvo prompt
\anA eareful 'attention. IIcNt rofQrenue***
Erlven when required. mlilZ-te
RAND BROS.
f\yH\Ms KSTATE DROKKUS,
Conveyancers, Collectors,
".And Inumrnnce A Kent h,
gfflceB at VICTORIA: Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER:   Corner
McKonzle und Clurkgon SU.'
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street,
_l BUILDINOLOTBforsHlelnallHectloi)..
pf Vancouver and New Wofitmliiffter City.
!FARM LANDS ol miporlor quality for
ale at Chllliwhack, Port Hiimmoii-l,
•iiiiu'ley, MiitsquI, Siimun, Mud Hiiy.I.iul-
er's Landing, Lutu InIiukI, North Arm
nd Plti River.
Maps and Plans exhibited and the full-
hi information furnishedutaUourofncea-
feaotft
riLLIAMS   BROS.
Land Agents & Surveyors,
HkU PRRPABED. BlUtVEYS MADH
J^rgi! or Small Sums of Monoy Advanced
on Oood Hecurities, at Rcaso.m1.lo
lta toa of Intereat,
LWILLIAMS BROS, aro in oonRtnntcnm-
MmilciiMon with IiiIi-iuIIiik m-illci-s from
IinilHiid nud clrtowli(*n\ nnil have special
net) Iti ea forett'eoiluffsalef!.
IThoIr charges are fowoi- than nny other
j;<min in the Province.
fOPKtCEH-Cornerof CJrafivlllh nnd Cor-
lova stredte, and oppnaito 0, Vi H. Station,
|jtimii*mi*. El. <'. ilnpMml
/ESTMINSTER -•*. BLAINE-
WHATCOM
TAGE   'lifflE.
H. MILLER'S STAGES will make
. two trips a wook between Westmin-
■air and lilaiim,mnkf nt; close eqnnoe(Ioni
nth tho Vi H. MatHHtatn Imo-boc-jveen
kino and Whatcom, Stniies LEAVE
ESTMINSTER on THURSDAY und
_TITRDAY at 8a. m.t rntiimlncLKAVE
LAINE on WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY
17 a. in. Further pni'llbAUra mav bo
jlalned at the Colonial Hotel,    myi'idtc
iian Hospital.
ANNUAL MEETING.
-HE ANNUAL. MEGTIN8 OF SUI!
> 19",ll',*Ri:,S ''"* "".Vl11 Columbian
upltiil will bo-hohl In tlm Hiinrervof
ii Hospital nt fi p. in., Tt'l!Sl>AY,'j||i
KM,. IIWS. Ilualnnn-llpcvpunn nl Born ourl election u( D rautora inr waning
.r.  Hy order,
\V. IJ. KEARY,
Hon. Soc.
Jlow Weal,, !l7th Jury, 18*'       dJlJSTftd
I    " W* ja______
GENERAt & SHELF HAftDWAfcE,
Including Tools of all ktaids of tlio beat mokes; ('rOHH-Cllt & Hand-SnWS,
Bnrbed Wire for Fencing, and all toe necaatvy Utensils for Farming!
Blurks, Hntatdl JUloclfK. Rope & Chain inalla-es; Pitch,
.»!,..-,. Tarred and Plain Paper fer Bnlldillifl Paints A Oils
Oakum; faired and Plain Paper
in ail coiorsi Liquid Paints in all «hi,de«i Fluur minis reaajvou.oj unuu
Stoncst Waif Paper In all deikiu; Brooms & Bruslies for all pniposcsj
-rubricating Ollsl Traps of all descriptions, and a general auortment of
Agricultural Implements,  , ',    ';''
rr Special attention given to orders by mall.
dwjlySto Columbia Smsin, Nnw WiuiiUNriTER.
...■j|.-£,Vl-l--J
New Blacksmith Shop!
cunninghaI&raith
Douglas Street, New Westminster.
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING. MACHINE & PLOUGH REPAIRING.
HORSK-SHOBING A SPECIALTY.
WU HAVE JUST OPENED OUR NEW SHOPS AND ARE NOW PRE-
pared to nndertnke all kinda of Blacksmith Work at Moderate
Prices, Having bad 85 years experience. in aome: of the beat agricultural
sections of tho United States and Canada, we understand onr business and G UAR-
ANTEE SATISFACTION.
A largo stook of IRON, STEEL, COAL, HORSESHOES * NAILS kept on
hand, at LOWEST PRICES.      ..   .   r djlyllto .
^ I MACHINE SHOP!
Corner. Columbia and Begbie Streets.
milE UNDERSIGNED,'HAVlHp ADDED STEAJI.rAND IRON-WORKING.
X    Machinery to thoir fiiisimss, aro now prepared to do all kinds of
Tiii-iilng, Fitting, Drilling, Machine Work, Forging,
And' every description of BIiACKBIMITHUilG, at prices considerably lower
tlinn before.   It is our intention to have in tho course of a few weeks a
BRASS & IRON FOUNDRV
Runaiilg in connection with our Bitsiness. We Imro tlie tARGfiST STOOK ami
BKST TOOLS of any Shop ol the kind in B. C, and employ none bnt the VERY
M'OP KXraUKNCED WORKMEN, con<        " "
..-- w;e can guarantee satia*
ffiction iii'M'orknmnsliip aa well as prices. Wo have obtained the service* tf a
First-class Horsc-Shocr, antf that part of onr Business will have special
attention.
REfiMll-K of all kinds of Machinery, either Steam or Agricultural Implements, Wagons, Carriages, Ploughs, Harrows, or anything in tilts line, will have
our beat attention.
Carriage Painting aud Trimming done at reasonable rates.
A largo stock of Wagons, Expresses and Baggies, of the best quality,
for sale. < j , *,
Wo also keep iu stook, to supply the trade, all kinds of IRON, STEEL, CHAIN,
COAL, HOUSE & OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS; AXLES,
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, ete., at Victoria prices,
I3T Estimates and tenders given on all kinds of Ironwork.     Call ami inspect
our Stock nnd get our Prices, and you will save money by It, --
drvjlyioto REID  &  O URRIE.
GRANT &MAC1UE
-    WHOLESALE * RETAIL DEALERS IN ,
boots & Shoes
COLUMBIA'    STREET,
-fcTe-w   "VsTaetataalxistei,    5.   C.
!/,.•. '. iwimc-       iinaSt-J**
COMING.
ON THE HKVENTHOP AUGUST, Mr.
H. LAI ttAMK, Optician, will visit
New WenlmlnHter. Any wishing to bo
Hiicvliilly (Ittt'ili'iin be uccnnimodatnl by
nallineon liltu nil). 8*OUBTISAC0,'8
Drug: Store. Mr. Jjturance carries a full
line and oan suit any sight.      djly_7td
REMOVEDI
MAJOR ft PEHSW,
EBAT. KSTATE, INSURANCE AND
i Financial Agenta, have removed
from McKoiule Btreet lo tlielr now and
commodious olllees In tho
BANK OP li 0. BUILDING,
Opposite tho Postoffice.  AH persons desiring to buy or sell Ken) Estate, negotiate
Limns, or Insure thoir Lives or Property,
nre -i-lvlned to call at the new offloes.
ilwJIylOml        MAJOR A PEARSON.
A BARGAIN.
TnOR HALR-IM ACRES OOOD LAND,
r situated on a trunk road, abont 8 mllcx
from Brownsville.- Portion of land rich
bottom; balance lightly timbered. Frame
of Rmall house on premises; other Improvements, swell as clearing, draining,
Ac. Price, $12.00 por aero; further particulars on application at tblsolttee.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Civic Officeiw.—Mayor, kobert Dickinson; City Olerk, Capt. Robinson. Polico Mugislrate, T. C. Atkinson; Chief
Engineer Fire Department; W. Corbett;
Assistant, H. Kouil.
CounT Officials.--Judge ot the supreme Court, Hon. J. F. McCreteli!; RecU-
trai, W. U. Fuldliig; KherJiT, W.J. Ann*
Ntiunj,'.
PnovrNCiAi. Officers, -• Government
ABont,OhattiWftKWlok( Keglstriiro/TitleH,
lt. W. Armstrong; Supt. ot Provincial
Asylum, Dr. R, I. uentloy:. Bursar of Asylum, Jas, Phillips; Governor of Contral
Prison, Wm. Moresby) Steward Royal Columbian Hospital, Chas. Dlgby; Immigration Agent, Jno. Sprott; Coroner, W.
I). Ferris.
Dominion 0PFicrAL8;—P6stinusler,.J.C.
Brown: Collector of Customs, J. S. Clute;
Warden of Pen i ton ti ary, A. H. MaBi'l_le;
Dominion Land Agent, H. H.W. Alkmtin;
Crown Timber Agent, T. fl. Higginson;
IiispBcloi-of Fisheries, Thus, Mowat.
Rkwibsentativus.—Senator, Dr. T. It.
Mclnnes; House of VonVmons, Donald
Chisholm; Prdvlnolat Leglfllature, Capt.
W.N. Bole, Q. C.   '
mm post m nn
MAH-S CLOSE  AND ARRIVE.
OIiOSE     ,     .
-ForCan. Pac. Ry,—Daily (except Sunday
and Monday), nt 12.30, una on Saturday
(for dispatch Sunday) at 22.
For Victoria, V. I., nnd Western U. S. Ofll-
ceR—Monday, Vi.4. Tuesday, 8.13; Wednesday, ".;»; Thursday, ill6; Friday,
0.30: Saturday, Mr.    i
For Vancouver, Moodyville, 1*011 Moody
and Burrard Inlet-Daily (except Sim-
ay) at 8.13.
For Lndner's Landing and Lululsland—
Monday, 1-2.-15: Wednesday nnd Friday
0.30. .ii-.
For Clover Valley, Hall's Tralrle, Surroy
Centre and Langley Prntrie—Saturday,
fl.
For North Arm and Sua Island—Thursday, 1.1.80.
For Elgin und Mud Bay-Saturday, I2..5.
Por Plumper's Pass—Monday, 12.ii.
For Nanalmp (direct mail)—Tnesday, 19,
|    X)TT*_a
From Cau. Pac. Ry.—Daily (except Satur-
duy).atU.k
From Victoria—Sunday, Tuesday and
(Thursday id; Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11,80. .
From Vancouver, Moodyville, Port Moody
and Burrard Intel—Dully (excopt Sunday) nt 16.
From Ladner's Landing nnd Lulu Island
—Snnday, Tuesday and Thursday, lfl.
From Clovor Valley, Hull's Prairie and
Langley Prairie—Friday, 10.
From North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday,. W. .    '
From Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 11.
Fibm Plumper's Pass—Sundny, 16.
From Nanalmo (direct mail)—Saturday,
15.
POST OFFICE HOURS:
General Delivery from0 to 19 (7 p.m.),
Tuesdays,Thursdays and Saturdays; oto
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-
excopt when malls are oelng sorted.
Monky Ohdek A Savings Bank.—Dally
—0 a, in. to _ p. m., and from 0 to 7 on
Saturday evenings.
pile British Columbian
sanMar -vmImi, Aq. i, uss.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
' This powder novor varies. A marvel of
purlty,streni;thandwholeHomoness. More
•oonomlcal than the ordinary kinds, nnd
oannot bo sold lu comneiluon wltli the
multitude of low tost, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
ROVAI, BAKING POWDKR Co., 100 WMI St.,
New York. flfely
-Uuaraalri-t'aiiUal.-
■• !,•*•,•••
i cAXiii jl ve
JAMES WISE'S
OLD STAND,
Oii-i. the C. P.N. Oo,'8 Wharf,
For a Goueral Assortment o(      ..
Dry Goods,
Millinery,
! ladles' & Children's Apparel,
(■iroccries, ("rockery, Cordage, »v«v t ,H
Butter Krpfs, Barrels, ,. „,,
Hny, <;rnln, FcmmI, Ac.
FARM "PftODUCe
COHORT On SOLP ON COMMISSION.
irAMBB —%rxi
Fhont htiikkt,   -   Nkw Wwtmiima.
:• Amymml
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head C^fjce,;Toroijto, Canada
k HQMEXOMPANY.
Thi- Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACT*"*
The Becirfiiy towered to nollej* holders Is
unsurpassed by any Company doing business ln Canada,      -
It has no schemes of Insurance, but the
Eell-estsbltshcd lines, heuce the polioy
olders eiutnot he misled as to their contracts.
Its Mutemeut.1 to the publle can be reml-
lly understood. Its -wmU tUtement show-
I ns every Item of Inronte and bow expended.
Its post lion Is nseertftl tied nnnnblly from
ttd-tMllud valuation In which evory Horn
oMiabllityjs Included.     , ,   -,
IU proKrrm has been tinesaw plod lu
the history of Insurance In Canada.    *
Its policies are Indisputable after throe
years, and non-forf el table after two years-
existence.
Its protlts are distributed upon an equitable mbIi. The protlts to one class of
iwlioy holden .or* not lessened to give
Utter profits lo any other olass, which
m-nhod affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
UfefwHtai-*llM»n» ns t« KMldrnre nnd
travel.
I ■' J. X. MMDONALD,
Manning lilreetor,
f. R. PEARjBOjM
At.nl, N«t» WMtlnlluIn    •■
Tug for Sale!
TUG BOAT W FI'iRT; COMPOUND UA-
chlnery, by Eastern makers,
Apply to
WksRIW. BKWIQKK 4 WULFFSOHN,
djafltc Vancouver, B. ft
Cheap for Cash.
OAA ACttlW OF LAND.H MILES FROM
*UU Wesl in luster, on a good road; tlrst-
clans high land, 100 nores of it from 4 to fl
feet blnek loam, the balance alder but toni;
good house and out ImildliiKS. For further
particulars enquire nt THIS OFFICE.
New West., June 80th.ISJW.       iiwle:wtc
FOR   SALE.
THAT VERY UESIIUIH.E UEfll-
denco Projicrty owned by Mrs. Emma
Onld. situate at the corner of KoyalAVe-
nue aud HI. Pat rick's Sl,, with two 1 tinmen
thereon.
Also, ONE AGUE OK LAN l> situate between Itoyul mul (ill-ens'Avenues'.
TKUMtiCASUi U.VN1) BROS.
■      <UftUte
FOR SALE.
In re tho Kstate of -TOITN SlMCLAIlt,
Pcucuscd.
TENDERS ihttL HE UT.Cl'.lVEl) BY
tlioundflrsiKnei] up to nnoti on Mon-
day theliOtli dny n. July proximo, for iho
purchase of Lot 75, Group 1, Now West-
mlns er Dlstrlcl, eontiiinln_. I'^ acres,
imwooriew,
W.H. FALDINU,'
Admlnlstralorof the K8tal0 nf Jtio.Hlu-
(•liiir.deu.sas.il, djly.lnil
Brick ffianufacturers,
BUILDERS AND
U.RICK-YAIinSl IMHH.nrj.
Ctii'FIOlMi IMWir riiHinibln nnd llnr,
au,. 1»mv WcitmliiMcrt    ilwiiliioic
SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANV.
A remufk-ble »t»ip of the now
railroad from Buenos Ayres to tbe
Ancles is probably tho longest tangent in the world, extending 211
milirs without a uurvo. It is further
notable as having no bridge in the
entire distance, und no out or till
exceeding about a yard in depth or
height..
A curious phenomenon of last
January has just been reported from
the fishing village of Kersohkannm,
on ths Wnite Sea. Tlie shore ice,
piled toa height of several hundred
feet, suddenly commenced moving
from Ihe northwest, and in four
hours extended it mile inland, burying the village.
Soun Pcthouum.-A successful Russian method of solidifying
petroleum consists simply in adding
to the heated oil from one to three
per cent of soap, which dissolves,
and on cooling the mixture becomes
a cement-like mass having the hardness of compact tallow,' This forms
a convenient and economical fuel,
which is hard to light, burns slowly
nnd without smoke, but develop-
much heut, and leaves about two
per cent of a hard black residuum.
The Ohward Makcii.—Scientific activity will be stimulated in
1889 by a variety of remarkable
exhibitions and meetings. The
most interesting of these displays
and gatherings will, of course be
those connected with the Universal
Exhibition ut Paris, the scientific
features of which will include congresses of zoology, anthropology,
physiology, electricity, dermatology,
hygiene, etc. Among the noteworthy exhibitions planned outside
the French capital is one of appliances for saving human beings from
accidental injuries, which will be
held in Berlin during April, May
and June, ,;ll( .„.„„
Lightning Pictum***.—Amateur
photographers may find interesting
scientific work in seouring photographs of lightning flashes, specimens of which are requested by the
council of the Royal Meteorological
Society. No particular difficulty
need be encountered, for if a rapid
plate and an ordinary rapid lens are
left uncovered for a short time at
night during a thunderstorm, flashes
of lightning will, after development,
be found in some cases to have impressed themselves on the plate,
The focus should be that for a distant object. In response to a call
made last year, about sixty photographs were received, and these
have disclosed facts about lightning
which were before quite unsuspected.
An Important Innovation.—
The possibility of welding by electricity has been known longer than is
generally supposed, Prof, Elihu
Thomson having accidentally melted
together the wires of an induction
coil some eleven yean ago, Thia
mishap was the germ of a process
likely to find an almost infinite variety of applications, such as the
welding of gold rings, steel axes,
parts of locomotives, boiler plates,
tulrCK, wire linos, lead pipes, ete.
Among the advantages of electric
welding, according to Mr. O. K.
Stewart, ure an absolutely pure heat
(that is, a heat free from harmful
gases), absolutely perfect means of
regulation, heating constantly before
the eyes of the operator, a neatness
to which ordinary methods cannot
at all bo compared, an increased
economy of at least 300 per cent, in
must cases, absolute safety of bundling apparatus, and portability of
the npplmtus for use in repairing,
etc.
Siiaiiow Art.—Tlio making of
shadow, is becoming a high art in
France, whore the recent work of a
young nrtist, Oaram d'Ache, lias
come to be distinctively known as
"French shadows." Historical military scones are favorite representations of this artist at a Purisinii
theatre. Entire armie. in their
various movements puss across tho
screen, and in the curious procession
tlio figures of celebrities are so accurately cut that they can bo recognized. Great combats and the capture of redoubts are shown. The
figures nre of sheet zinc, about
eighteen inches high, and aro moved
before u powerful lamp by several
operations, causing the enlarged
shadows to be projected on the
screen, The flash of the artillery is
produced by a wad of gun-cotton,
the routs of the cannonading by the
big drum of tho orohestra, tho discharge of musketry by a large rattle,
aud tlio smoke by a cigarette. Many
of the silhouettes, us in the drill
where the guns move in unison, act
through mechanism ; and some nro
colored in parts by having apertures covered with transparent
paper.
BY TELEGRAPH.
e«il rl rlkc In Unl.lli...The AlmrUc
War li ArlsOKa—CnrU m«pkat<i
FlndISc.rklas-l.il.
Falal Fcadaf Accident-'-Crept l'lre la
New Vork*..Tweatr live, Lo.t—The
NcwftaruUaatl ftrlrgntea.
LIST KHIHrTpKSPlIt'UES.
iMrr.r.ut. r.iii.iistsT.
LoNuox, Aug. 3.—The ('ladstoii'uns
have abandoned the idea ef quitting the houio in a body, because
such a courae would have enabled, the
government to proceed with tho Tithes
bill, which the Olsditoiiiaiis did not
wish taken up. (-figns that the end of
the parliamentary session is near at
hand are rapidly multiplying. The
whips of the various parties havo related the stringency of their rules in
regard to pairing und members take
immediate advantage of the circumstances and are pairing liy the scores
and starting off for a holiday. The
memben who thus far hare paired
have gone mostly to the continent.
LordSaliabury will goto Royal next
week; Mr. Gladstone started to-day
for a brief visit to Lady Spencer
Churchill at Birkhampatead, after
which he will go to Hawarden. Parliament is now merely discussing the
supply bill, but matters in the house
will be lively enough next week, when
the case of Mr. Mandeville comes up
for discussion. The Parnellites intend
to mske the most of the debate.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'iCastoria
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
TBI cot-NTT WAS.
Topek*, Kas. Aug. 4.— Word readied here this morning that it is not expected that the troops who loft Hutchinson yesterday will arrive at the scene
of trouble between the Hugoton and
Woodsdale men, in Stevens county,
until to-morrow night. Oovernor
Martin has issued a r proclamation
which will be read to the people of
Woodsdale and Hugoton by General
Meyers, calling upon all armed parties
in Stevens county to disperse and surrender tbeir arms, and to aid legally
the constituted authorities in preserving peace.
ICCIUKNTAUV SHOT.
Sant. Rosa, Gala., Aug. 5.—A
young man named Allen was accidentally shot and killed by Harvey M.
Brinkley yesterday while bunting in
Humboldt county; Both had timber
claims in the same vicinity and were
fast friends.
INIIMN  TORTURES.
WiNNipRa, Aug. 4.--An Indian wo.
man named Alaska was tortured to
death with red-hot stones yesterday
for poisoning the chief's wife. Her
hasuuid waa hanged.
VR8SEL   WRECKED.
San Fkancisco, Aug. 4.—The sir.
Alameda arrived from Sydney this
morning. She brings news of the
wreck of a wheat-laden ahip, Star.of
Greece, near Adelaide, on July 13th.
The total number of persons on board
was 27, and of these the first and third
oflicers, four men and four apprentices
were saved. All the others were
drowned,
OREAT THOSI'HATE FIND.
Kingston, Aug. 4.—Considerable
escitement exists in this district, owing
to a large phosphate find. The Boyd-
Smith mine at Eagle Lane turned out
the largest known quantity in the
Dominion. A vein, 20 feet wide, was
discovered, from which hundreds of
tone a day are being shipped.
A ciRcire ROW.
Qi'EUEir, Aug. 4.--A row occurred
at Riviere Du Loup last night, between
gamblers, who were following Howes-
circus, and tho inhabitants of tbe
place, during which tho gamblers and
some circus people emptied several
revolvers and rifle* into the crowd of
opponents. One man is said to have
been fatally wounded and several
others moro or less sorioualy injured.
Reports of the riot created a panic in
the main tent of the circu,, and many
women and ohildrcd wore injured by
being trampled on.
ANOTHER   CUT   IN SUIIAR.
San Francisco, Aug. 4.—The California Sugar Refinery mado another
cut of an eiahlh of a cent this morning which was immediately met by Ihe
American Refinery.
WANTS HIUHKR  WAGES.   "
Duluth, Aug. 4.—Tho alriko of
men employed mi streot grading and
othor city improvements, whicli wa,
inaugurate'! yestonlny afternoon, has
spread to a iiiiuilit-r of ,uw anil pinning mill, ami thi, morning over four
thousand men are idle. There ia a
snong pnmpeotof the strike l.e.ioining
general, 'the large number tut are
determined they will' uot return to
Work till they are grunted the demanded 2o cents increase in wages. The
stiiken tiro becoming desperate. A
l»rj*o burly entered tho engine room
of Gray's mill and ordered engineer
FibIi in quit running his engine. Ho
refused nnd a rush wus tniitle for him.
Ho retreated behind his engine and
mot the men with a volley of stenm
and hot water, which druvo thorn
back. Three times did. tbey attempt
this nnd wero met st ovory point by
clouds of steam and water. Several
hundred gained access to the upper
story of the mill and through an opening in ihe floor pound in streams of
planks, slabs and edging opon the
machinery seriously damaging it and
injuring Fish. Only one of the strikers waa arrested.
OUT HU THROAT.
Worcester, Aug. 4,—Hon. Aden
Thayder, probate judge and a well-
known politician, suicided at his residence this, morning by cutting his
throat with a rasor. He wae suffering
from temporary insanity.
A SHOWMAN DEAD.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Aug. 4.—Jlohd
Robinson, the veteran showman, died
here this morning, aged 82. He leaves
properly valued at $4,000,000.
THE apache trin.      ,     ."''
Tucson, Ariz., Aug. 4.—The Indian
situation is unchanged tliis morning.
At San Carlos all the troop* are being
put into complete order and are ready
to maroh at a moment's notice, equipped for any kind and long continued
service. Kvery precaution ia being
taken to prevent Indians getting far
from the agency. Pack mules arc
being imported in great haste as if a
long aud*' immediate campaign was
about to open. Gen. Miles'immediate
presence will do much to quiet the disturbance, as the Apache, are afraid of
him.
the bowery rum.
New York, Aug. 4.—Three more
bodies were taken this morning fraui
the ruins of last night's fire on Bowery,
so bsdly burned it is impossible to
identify them. This makes 20 deaths
in all. The bodies removed were those
of an infant, found under1 a ' pile of
clothes on. the seoond floor, and a
Woman and boy. The bodies wero
shrivelled like mummies. Six persons
supposed to have been, in the building
at the time of Iho firo ore , still unaccounted for. Muoh indignation is
expressed this morning that men in
neighboring buildings aid not rescue
some of those in the burning building,
but the latter is suoh a death trap that
it would have been almost impossible.
A subscription list was started thn
morning for survivors of the fire.
OTTAWA NOTES.
Ottawa, Aug. 4.—The Hon, Mr. Hsg-
gart will lie sworn In on Monday next, at
Quebec. The nomination takes place in
South Lanark on the loth and polling a
week later. It is not expeoted that Mr.,
Haggart will bo opposed.
Parliament is farther prorogued' th
Sept. 18th.
THE BANFF HOTEL PERMIT.
Toronto, Aug 4—The executive ofthe'
Dominion alliance 'met this afternoon
and passed a resolution in reference to
Lieut;-Gov. Royal's action in granting
liquor permits to the Banff hotel aa foi*.
lows: "We hereby respectfully call upon
tho Dominion government to refuse
to carry out the proposal of Lieut..Gov.
Royal m reference to tbe Banff hotel,.
and also to take prompt action to restrain him from Issuing thu proposed
hotel permits." The president and secretary were ordered to draw up a petition
to the government to this effect.
SIR HECTOR'S NEW TRADE.
Oitawa, Aug. 4.—Sir Hector Langevin will lay the corner stone of the new
publlo building at Joliette oh Tuesday
next. He will be tendered a banquet iu
the evening, and it is expeoted that a
grand political demonstration will take
place. During the coming mouth Sir
Hector will also lay the coiner stone ot
the public building at Coaticook, Aylmer
and probably one or two places in On.
tario.
A FENCING ACCIDENT.
Chatham, Aug. 4.—Last night VV.
Graham, journalist, Ofthe Planet offioe,.
and G. Curran, a carpenter, together with
several other young men, aU members of
the 24th Batt., were fencing in the drilling room when the point of Graham's
foil penetrated Curran s brain near the
right eye. He died about midnight.
The deceased came from Florence and
was 20 yeara of age. It ia thought that
during the bout, the button of the foil
was knocked off, thus leaving the point
bare. The young men roomed together
and were fast friends,
FOREST FIRES.
Ottawa, Aug. 4.—The city is completely enveloped in smoke from forest
fires which are raging in the surrounding country,
THE NEWFOUNDLAND DE1EGATES.
Ottawa, Aug, 4.—The delegates
appointed by tlu government of Newfoundland to confer with the government of Canada as to the terms on
which Newfoundland may becomo part
of the Dominion, will arrive in Ottawa
about the 10th of September. Sir
John ia expected to return to the city
a week or ten days before that date,
and all the ministers will be hero to receive the delegates.
B. <. ■. A. rrlae HeMllt.
No.  5.—Victoria Corporation
Match,
Opon us in No. 1.   Ranges, 200, £00
and 1100 yds.; 7 shots at eaeh range.
l--Vlctoria challenge cupand
810.00-Sergt Royer, VR 39
2— T.oO-PteCotton,NWR 48
3— 5.00-Pte Henly, VR .US
4— S.00-Corpl Winsby, BCGA, SB
r, -   .i.00-Sergt Newbury, B 0 O A. 34
»-   .1.00 -Corel Green, R L 34
7--   2.60-Gr Beckwitb, BCGA...H4
8-  *_.50-Pt Fletoher,NWR 3.1
»-  2.60-Gr Sargiaon, BOG A.... 38
10- 2.50-Gr,Keary,BCGA .....S»
11- 2.50-LtCol Wolfonden, VB..42
12—> 2.50-W Wolfenden, BC R A..,12
No. 0-Ladbie Bugle Match. ■,
Competed for by teams uf 10 members
of active militia from Victoria and
Westminster. Ranges, 200,400 and
500 yards; 5 rounds per man at each
range.
1st—Victoria team, 405 pt,., srlfer
bugle and {4 per man.
2nd -New Westminster team, 401 pta.
:'    association stakes/
Sergt Williams, BCGA...........'._» :
Capt Jones,BCGA..:^.. .....28
Gr Butler, BOG A.... »
Pte Newbury, VR  26
Pte Cox, VR .,; 26
Pte Sntltb, NWR.. 28
Gr Keary, BCGA'..!.'.... 24
Pte Fletoher, NWR..-.r.. ...24
The team for Ottawa will probably
be selected from th* following, who
are top Korea in the aggregate: Oapt,
Jones (ataff), 2811; Gr. Sargiaon, B. O.
G.A., 271; Corp. Winsby, B.O.O.A.,
?70;Gr.Beckwith,B.O.G.A.,269;Pte.
Sharpe, N.W.R., 208; Pto. Cotton, K*.
W. R., 267; Seigt. Newbury, B. C. G.'
A„ 200; Corp. Brand, B.O.U.A., 266. gailB British Columbian
Saturday Evraiaa, -un. 4, imw.
"The German esoperor will meet
Queen Victoria ot Badfli." "The;
German em|«ror will not meet
Queen VfttoKa at Bailen." "The
statement that the Queen and llie
Kasier will meet at Baden is confirmed." "The statement that the
Queen and the Kasier will meet at
Baden is officially denied." Innocent people might suppose that this
was "news" about the movements
and intentions of the royal and imperial personages named; but it is
nothing of the, kind. It is simply
an indication that the news market
is dull—decidedly dull. As Pharaoh in the matter of bricks, so is
the public in the matter of news—
they demand the daily tale, whether
the straw be supplied or no. Therefore, the telegraphic reporters rack
their fertile imaginations and rake
in tho shekels; and therefore the
patient editor groans—and pays.
The now Seattle daily—the Enterprise—which is Democratic and free
trade to the tips of its fingers, disposes of a cotemporary's argument
that the higher rate of wages in the
United States, as compared with
England, is due to the fact that the
IT. S. has a tariff and England has
not, in this fashion: "Its reasoning
is precisely like this: Wages are
higher here than in England; we
produce Indian corn and barley and
England does not; therefore Indian
corn and hurley make our wages
higher. Qr, we produce petroleum
and England does not; therefore
petroleum makes wages higher. Or,
we havo Colorado beetles and Da-
kotn blizzards and England has not;
therefore Colorado beetles and Dakota blizzards make our wages higher. There is just as much sense in
anyone of these propositions as there
is in tho proposition that our high
tariff makes our wages higher."
In the matter of the Westminster
Southern Railway agreements published yesterday, we print to-day two
communications calling attention to
certain points which our correspondents consider are not properly provided for in the agreement, bond,
irtc. In regard to one of the points
mentioned, viz., that the ratepayers
should know what additional expense they were incurring for right
of way, station grounds, io., we
publish in an item elsewhere a list
of the grounds, water lots, A*c, agreed
to be conveyed to the company by
the oity, in addition to the bonuses
for ferry service nnd workshops.
The pleasure grounds referred to iu
the item mentioned, are, we understand, what is known us Alfred
Terrace, just beyond the Orescent,
and between Columbia street and
the river. This and Lytton square,
and the water lots mentioned aro
owned by the city, and of course will
cost nothing to transfer to the company. The right of way, also belonging to the city, should cost little
or nothing—a fow buildings on the
water front may perhaps securer bare
compensation in lieu of a slice which
they will lose, but beyond that we
see no occasion {or any money put-
lay on the part of the city. With
respect to the undetermined quantity and location of land that may
be necessary for yard room, our
readers will be as competent as anyone to form an estimate of the probable cost. We should not imagine
that it would be muoh, but we are
Dot in a position to speak positively,
Respecting the ferry service, we
think that too much precaution can
not be taken to insure, besides the
transportation of rolling stock, rail,
way passengers, ifeo.'j a good general
traffic service, as provided for in the
ferry by-law; and it must be admit
ted that the agreement between the
company and the contractors is not
explicit enough on the latter point,
Our correspondent " Ratepayer "
dwells upon the fact that, whereas
tho company is supposed to stand
between the city and the contrac
tors, yet at ono point, when it comes
to arbitrating as to whether the contractors have fulfilled thoir agreement satisfactorily, the company appears to step aside and leave the
eity and the contractors to light it
out on the arbitration plan. Just
what weight to give this objection,
being a legal point more than any
thing else, we shall not attempt to
say at present. We have given
above a hasty resume, of all the difficulties and objections raised so far,
We would advise the ratepayers to
give the (abject their moet earnest
consideration in the short time that
•till remains (of course no ono will
think about tlie matter to-morrow)
before the ballot! are east, on Turn
day next, eo that they may be able
to judge for themselves, and vote
accordingly. We shall endeavor in
the meantime to throw all tlie light
obtainable upon the subject, and
trait that those having the matter in
hand will co-operate to this same end,
The ratepayers, however, have about
all they ean do to masticate and digest what- has been placed before
them to date, and in the interest of
the eity, it is to be hoped that the
by-laws may. not he defeated except
for very good reaeons. Since the
greater portion of this, article was
written, wehave received a notice
for publication, stating that the
mayor and oouncil will be at the city
ball Monday evening at 8 o'olook,
when they will be glad to furnish
any information required by ratepayers. No one noed reninin uninformed with such a rare opportunity
for enlightuieut. Nothing now re
mains to bo asked for.
jWhatevei'*thttWe*tiiiii„ter|budi-
evo. Railway wil^iciioniplisli.ftr tljh
city directly it has already, incidentally as it were, given us quite a
reputation abroad, und a good deal
of free newspaper advertising lias
been the result of the action taken
so far, and of the prominence given
the matter in the columns of Tun
Columbian since*'.the'' inception of
the present scheme. Glancing over
our large list of exchanges published
throughout Canada and the States,
we notice that practically all of them
devote space enough for at least a
summary of the conditions and prospects of the proposed railway. In
many the subject is repeatedly referred to, incidentally and otherwise, and, us in the Toronto Mail of
the 28th ult., made use of, its a generally known and accepted faot, to
illustrate and enforce a point or lend
weight to an argument. Replying
at length to the strictures of Mr.
Joseph Ninrnio, Jr., an American
(Washington, D. 0.) writer, who
complains, among other things,.that
Canada does not allow American
railroads "to* extend their lines to
Winnipeg, Toronto, Montreal, or
Quebec," the Mail calls the attention
of Mr. Nii-mo to the faot that the
mistaken policy of disallowance is
now no more, and cites in refutation of tlie complainant's statement,
tho instance of the Westminster
Southern Railway connection with
an American road, as follows: "The
Canadians of the west would' not resist, but would welcome the extension of American roads within their
boundaries. On the Pacific coast a
decisive movement towards such extension is being made. The city of
New Westminster bas bonused an
American railway whicli is to be
built from Seattle north to that
point." Westminster is not likely
long to labor under the disadvantage
of comparative obscurity, a reproach
which has often been thrown in our
face by thoso with whom the wish
was father to the thought. We
have heard it said that passengers
from the east have been uniformly
dissuaded from taking the branch
line at the junction into this city,
even when disposed to do so, but
have been hurried on to Vancouver
and Victoria, with a "bee in tlieir
ear" to the effect that Westminster
was the juinping-oll' place—a sort of
ultima tlntlc—a situation as unde-
siniblir as was the "ould sod" before
•St. Patrick exterminated all the
snakes. With such like boggies
have people been frightened and
kept away from ihe royal city in the
past, by intorestcd parties. Among
thoso who have contributed tlieir
quota towards handicapping this
place, might be mentioned the 0. P.
It. They, of oourse, have a heavy
stake elscwliere, and we could hardly
have expeoted fair treatment ut their
hands. Westminster has undoubtedly been discriminated against by
this company, both by open and occult measures, lt is not necessary
to go into details, as the fact we
have stated is an obvious one. An
instance will suffice. In addition to
what we have hinted at, and what
is already too well known, the name
of our city has been as far as possible suppressed abroad and tickets
even cannot be bought for Westminster at eastern points in Oanada
as well as the states. The days,
however, when the royal city could be
kept in the background are nearly
over. What with the re-opening of
the Frasor to navigation by sea-going
vessels, and lho Westminster Southern Railway, which we are certain
to have, this city is beginning to take
its true place us second to none in
British Columbia.
Your Children
Are constantly espptKid to danger from
CqWs, Whooping Cough, Croup, and
dinaascs peculiar to tho throat and
lugfes. 0:For auch ailment*, Ayer'i
deny PoctoriJt promptly administered, affords speedy rolief and euro.
As a remedy for Whooping Cough,
with which many of our children wen
afflicted, wo used, during tho past -win-
tor, with much satisfaction, Ayer'a
Cherry Pectoral. For this affection, wa
consider this preparation the most effl-
cacious of aU tbo medicines whioh have
come to our know ledgo.—Mary Park-
hurst, Preceptress, Home for Little
Wanderers, Doncaater, Md*
My -ohildren have been peculiarly subject to attacks of Croup, and I failed to
nnd any effectivo remedy until I commenced administering Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. This preparation relieves tha
difficulty of breathing and invariably
cures the complaint.—David 6. Storks,
Chatham, Columbia Co., N. Y.
I have used Ayer's ■■Cherry Peotoral
in my family, for many years, and
have found it especially valuable in
Whooping Cough. This medicine allays
all irritation, prevents inflammation from
extending to tlie lungs, and quickly sub-
duos any tendency to Lung Complaint.
-J, U. Wellington, Plamvillo, Mich.
I find no medicine so effective-, tor
Croup and Whooping Cough, an Ayer'a
Cherry Peotoral. It saved the life of my
tittle boy, only six months old, carrying
him safely through the worst case of
Whooping Cough I ever saw.—Jane
Muhmo, Plney Flats, Tenn. i ft
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
l*r.,,i,r«d by Dr. J. 0. Ayer - Co., I,ow.ll, Han.
BolrlliysllPru|_lils. Price *>1; ■Ubollie.,|S.
S.Chadwiek, of Arcadia, Wayne Co.,
writes: "I have hud severe attacks of
Asthma for several yenrs. I commenced
taking Or. Thorns.' Eclectrio Oil. The
lirst dose relieved me ill one hour. I con.
tinned taking it in teaspoonful doses for
a lew days, mul have not hail an attack
of it since, now nearly one year."
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
This Spaoe is Reserved
P. PEEBLES'
FCRNITtmE ADV.
City Laundry
JOE   QUI.
KTTAVINO LEASED AN_.'FITTED UP
XX a Hhop on Dalian direct, nearly op-
isltc Mr, w1h«'b Stable, Is now prepared
undertake the work of a
General Laundry.
Competent men employed, end work
S-uaranl-eed. Having enuaueA ii Wngon
or delivery, elothpH will be delivered
promptly In any pan of (lie city. Flrst-
cinsH reference* given If required. A trial
order sallelteil. prices will lie found an
low an In uny §itH-.(ilans establishment.
Families takeu at special fnlfiB.
WOrdow moy beleft at Mr. DieWnwjff'i
Butcher Shop, Columbia sT ""*»■* "
BY-LAW NO.-
BY-LAW^ NO.-
A Bylaw  lo  Provide for an
Adequate Ferry Boat Service.
WHEREAS IT IS DK81RABLK TO
provide for the operation of the
Kerry for which n license was granted to
tlie Corporation of the Cit^ of New
WcBtihinster and the Corporation of the
Distriot of Surrey by letters patent bearing date the Seventh day of October, 18t.lt.
Ani> Wheukas fr- the purpose aforesaid it is expedient to raise by way of
loan tho sum of $75,000 upon tho crodit
of the said City.'
And Whereas it will require the sum
of 90,000.00 to be raised annually by
special rate for paying tho debt intended
to be hereby created and the interest
thereon.
And Whereas the amount of tho
wholo ratable -property of the said Corporation according to the last revised Assessment Roll is $862,511.00.
And Whereas for paying the interest
and creating an equal yearly sinking
fund for payintr the principal of the said
debt intended to be hereby created ao*
cording to the "Municipality Act, 1881,"
an annual special rate of seven mills on
tho dollar will be required.
BE IT THEREFORE ENACTED by
the Mayor and Council of the Corporation of the City of New Westminster, os
follows:
). It shall be lawful for the Mayor of
tho said Oity to raise by way of loan from
any person or persons or body or bodies
corporate1 who may be willing to advance
the r.iiiir upon tho credit of the Debentures hereinafter mentioned a sum of
money not exceeding in tho whole the
sum of 975,000.00, and to cause tbe samo
to be paid into the hands of the Clerk of
of the said Corporation for the purposu
aud with the object hereinbefore recited.
2. It shall be lawful for tho Maid Mayor
to cause any number of Debentures to be
made for bucIi sums of money as may be
bo required, not less than 9500.00,
and each and alt such Debentures shall
ho sealed with the Common Seal of tho
Baid Corporation, and signed by tho
Mayor.
3. The said Debentures shall bo made
payable ia 50 years from the date hereinafter mentioned, for this by-law to take
effect at the oflice nf the Clerk of the said
Corporation at the City Hall, New Westminster, and shall have attached to them
coupons for tho payment of tlie interest.
4. The said Debentures shall bear interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum from the date thereof, which interest shall be payable half-yearly at tho
office of the said Clerk.
5. For the purpose of forming a sinking
fund for the payment of the said Debentures and the interest to become due
thereon an equal special rate of Bovcn
mills on the dollnr shall, in addition to
all other rates, be raised, levied nnd collected in each year upon all ratable property within the snld City of New Westminster during the continuance of the
said Debenture-., or any of them,
0, The said moneys shall be expended
in providing for the construction of an
efficient Stenm Ferry suitable for transferring the rolling stock of any Railway
Company which now is or hereafter during tno term for which the said license
was granted or any extension thereof
may be constructed within the I'roviuce
of British Columbia, and also passengers,
horses, wagons, cattle and heavy freight
across tho Frasor River within the
boundaries mentioned in the said letters
patent, and in socuriug the operation of
the said Ferry adequately and sufficiently
for the requirements of tlio public service
In siK'h manner and upon such terms and
conditions as the Council ot thu said Corporation may by resolution at any time
or from time to time direct.
7. It shall bo lawful for the said Corporation from timo tu timo to re-purchase
any of tho said Debentures at-such price
as shall in each case bo mutually agreed
upon, and all Debentures so repurchased
shall be forthwith cancelled and no reissue of Debentures or' any Debentures
shall be made in consequence of such repurchase.
* 8. This By-law shall before the final
passage thereof receive the assent of the
Electors of the said corporation in manner
provided by the "Municipality Act, 1881,"
and shall take effect and come into force
the Thirtieth day of August, 1888.
This By law may be cited as the "Ferry Service By-law, 1888."
By-law read the first timo on the 26th
clay of July, A. D. 1888.
By-law read tbe second time on the
20th day of .July, A. D. 1888.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE
is a true copy of the proposed By-
Law upon which the vote of the Municipality will be taken at the following
places In tho Oity of New Westminster;
That is to say,—
' In St. Andrew's Ward, at tho Royal
City Planing Mill Co's promises, being
the old Dom. S. M. Co's oflice, Richard
street, ln the said city.
In Ht. George's Ward, at the Counoil
Chamber, .Columbia street, in the said
oity.
In St. Patrick's Ward, at the Pavilion,
Albert Crescent, in the snld city.
On the' 7th day of August, 1888, be-
tween tlie hours of 10 o'clock in the forenoon and 4 o'clock in tlie afternoon.
■;'■-■     . Jaws A. Robinson,
jjtftf ...   {fclflft-
A By-law to aid Individuals or
a Company Mho shall establish a Foundry and other
Works within the limits of
the City of New Westminster
or immediately adjacent
thereto.   ■
WHEREAS it is iB desirable to se-
euro the location of a Foundry
and other-works for the manufacturing
aud repairing ot tho rolling-stock which
may be or now is used by tno New West**
minster Southern Railway Company or
other Railway Companies within the
Province of British Columbia, ond tor
tho making aud repairing of such appliances and things as may lie requisite for
the maintenance and operation of any auch
Railway;
And Whereas it is expedient to grant
for the said purpose by way of bonus, six
per cent, debentures ot tho City of New
Westminster to the amount of 975,000,
aud by exempting from nil Municipal
taxation for 25 years the said works and
the property to be used therein;
And Whereas it will require the sum
of 90,000, to bo raised annually by special
rate for paying the debt intended to bo
hereby created and tho interest thereon;
And Whereas tho amount of the
whole rateable property of the said Corporation, according to tbe last revised
assessment roll, Is 8802,511;
And Whereas, for paying tho interest
and creating an 'equal yearly sinking
fund for paying tlie principal of the said
debt intended to be hereby created according to the "Municipality Act, 1881,"
on annual special rate of seven mills on
the dollar will be required;
Now, Therefore, tbe Mayor and
Council of tbe City of New Westminster
ennct as follows:
1. For the purpose aforesaid it ahall he
lawful for the said Mayor to issue debentures of the raid City for the sum of
975,000 of lawful money of Canada in
denominations of not less than $500.00
each, and the said Debentures shall .be
sealed with the common seul of the
said Corporation and signed hy the
Mayor.
2. Tho Baid Debentures shall ho mode
payable in 50 years from the date hereinafter mentioned for this bylaw to take effect, at tho office of the Clerk of the Baid
Corporation, at the City Hall, Now Westminster, and shall havo attached to tbem
coupons for the payment of the interest.
3. The said debentures shall bear interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum from the dato thereof, whieh interest shall be payable half-yearly at the
offico of tho said Clerk.
4. For the purpose of forming a sinking fund for the payment of the said debentures and tbo interest to become due
thereon an equal special rate of seven
mills on the dollar shall, in addition to
all other rates, be raised, levied and collected in each year, upon all ratable
property within the said City of New
Westminster, duilag the continuance ot
the said Debentures or any of tbem.
5. The said Mayor shall not issue the
said Debentures or any of them until after
the Council of the said Corporation shall
have passed a resolution requesting him
so to do, and ho shall hold the sntd Debentures after the issue' thereof, upon
trust, for the said Corporation, until the
said individuals or company shall have
entered into an Agreement with the said
Corporation for tne erection, maintenance and operation of the said works in
such manner and upon such terms and
conditions as the said Council may, by
resolution, approve of, ami upon ttie further trust to pay over the said Debentures to the said individuals or Company
iu such manner and at such time or times
ob tlie said Council may by resolution nt
any time or from time to timo direct.
0. The said Council shall not authorize
any of the said Debentures to be paid
over to the said individuals or Company until they shall have givon to the
sala Council satisfactory evidence of
being possessed of tbe capital requisite
for the erection, maintenance and operation of the said work, and, if a Company,
of being iu bona fide working operation;
nor until after security shalt have been
given to the satisfaction of the said
Council for tha performance by the uid
individuals tr Company of the conditions
to l>e contained ln the said agreement.
7. The said agreement snail provide
for the erection of the said works either
within tbe limits of thesaid city or immediately adjacent thereto and North
of the Fraser River, and that the same
shall cost not less than 875,000 and shall
have continuously employed therein a
sufficient number of men to operate the
same efficiently at all times.
8. The said works and the premises
whereon tho same may be erected, as
provided for by the said agreement nnd
thepioporty to be used therein shall bo
exempt from all taxation by tho said
Corporation for the term of twenty-five
years from thu completion of the said
works.
0. It shall bo lawful for tho said corporation, from time to timo to re-purchase any of the said Debentures at such
price as shall in encli cose be mutually
agreed upon, aud all Debohtures so repurchased shall be forthwith cancelled,
and no rc-iesue of Debentures, or any
Debentures, e lull he made in consequence
of such re-purchase.
10. This Bylaw shall, before the final
passage thereof, receive the assent of the
electors of tho said Corporation In the
manner provided by tho " Municipality
Act, I SSI,"aud shall take effect and come
Iuto forco on the Thirtieth day of August, 1888.
11. This Bylaw may bo cited as the
"Workshops Bonus Bylaw, 1888."
By-law lead the first time on the 20th
duy of July A.D., 1888.
By-law read the second time on the
20th day of July A.D., 1888.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE
la a truo copy of tlie propoaed By-
Law upon which the vote of the Municipality will lm taken at tbe following
51aoos In the City of New Weatminater
'hat ia to say,~
In St. Andrew'! Ward, at the Royal
City Planing Mill, Co'a premises, being
tbe old Dom. 8. M. Co'a office, Richard
atreet, in the uid oity.
In St. George'. Ward, at tbe Council
Chamber, Columbia atreet, in the aaid
city.
I n St. Patrick', Ward, at the Pavilion,
Albert Crescent, In the aaid oity.
On the 7th day of Auguet, 1888, between the hour, of 10 o'clock in the forenoon and tour o'olook In the afternoon.
Dress Making Establishment.
MRS. KATE SM$U,
CIIUIICH Ht.,    NBW WESTklNBTBH,
.'.   NexUoTrtnityflldurcb,
LoaijK E*p.**enco In it. kii.ln.agv
'V •   dM.jyOia,.:.    -•<       ,.-*
TENDERS
FOK BUILDING A TWO 8TORKY AD.
dltion to tho residence of Mr. J. H.
flute will be received by the undersigned
Up to noon of AugUHt Dili.
i-owcBt or any fender not necessarily
accented.
OW»W"*'-MAOMTRB,
djy_-7tnui Architects.
jy27td
J.-,mkh A. Robinson,
(3. M. O,
NOTIOE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll wehave applied to the MlnlMerof
the Intorlor for a license to eut limber on
the west % ot Hoot lou (Ut, the north west %
of flection 27, In Township2, and Section
30. Block (i North, Range One West, nil
situated in New WtwtmlnHter DlHtrlct.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO,
{Limited),
Per W. A. Dukcajt.
New Weet;, July %% 188$. djlyMml
A.
WINTENUm.
HAVING AN AWBITION WHICH
prompt n mo to compete for a place
and name amongst WcHtmlnater's buiti-
i>ens men, I liuve purchased the Htoek of
Henrv Kelts, mid having refitted'the storo
will this week open a 1 urge and well-
Relented Stock of NEW GOODH, direct
ft inn Uiu best HousuH In Canada, und with
fair dealing nml alone nttentlon to bunl-
iichh 1 hope to merit* the patronage of my
friends and tho publlo ut large.
r\ H.—Custom Work In all 1 s brunches
neatly nnd promptly attended to.
■arilemember the place, Wintkmutk'k
BLocK-sign ofthe Buffalo,   dwaulio ,
Tk Glory Crowned Biut ol tlie Ih Hi!
A HUGE AND COMPLETE MIRROR OF WONDERLAND.
10 ACRES CROWDE!) witb FASOINATIN& AMAZEMENTS
Two Big, Brilliant nnd Bewildering Performances at
Westminster, Friday, August 17th
MTO-PiaS.
NOtlOE IS HERKBY GIVEN THAT
30 dayn nftcr date wo Intend making.
npul lent ion (o the Chief h 'onunissloner of
Lnnds nnd Works fora Untie for timber-
Inn purpose,-** of the following; deserlbed
lands situate on Vanoouver Inland, enst
shore, described m follows:
Commencing at the Houthwent corner of
the lease claim now held by us, whioh
corner is iibent one mile Mouth of the head
of Stella LaV.e, theneo an follows: V.nnl 40
chnins.NOutli 180 chains, taut 10 chains,
HouttHD elinlns. eiiHt 40 chain*, south tin
chnins, went ho cI'hIun, south SO chalnH,
west80 chnins, south 40 chains, west 200
chains, north -10 chains, west 80 chains,
north NO Hull us, west VO chulns north 460
chiilns, moro or 1<-kn, to the southwest
cornor of lho Hustings Rnwinlll Co.'s
claim; thence enst HO chains-t, south .0
chains, oust 100 ohnlns, sonh 60 chains,
east 160 chains to the west boundary of
clnlm now held by ns; thence south 40
ohnlns, more or lesn, to point commencement, Hafd described lnnds containing
22,000 acres be the samo more or loss.
New -Westminster, July Ilth, 1888.
ROYAL OITY PLANING M1LLH CO.
(Limited)
By their Agent,
djyllml Ci.aiii.ks U. Wuorw.
GREAT 3-RINC CIRCUS, ELEVATED STAGE,
Real Roman Hippodrome!
AND 5-CONTINENT MENAGERIE.
Celebrities, MnrvWoiiB Human Phenomena nnd Rarest Zoological Treasures
Mergedrand Marshaled In a Colossal and Unparalleled Unity.
•3,600,000 INVESTED FOR THE PUBLIC'S DELECTATION I   ACTUAL DAILY EXPEN8E8 $4,300
Human Imagination Confounded by Its Stupendous Magnitude.
JUST ARRIVED
Per C. P. R.
THK LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF
English, French, Saitoh,
snd Irish
SUITINGS
Ever Shown ln New Werilmlnsler.
Must of England Broadcloths
and Doeskins and Fancy
Trousering.
J. S, MANSON,
Colnmbla St., Opp. MeKenile St..
NKW WESTMINSTER, li. C.    I
rliiplllln
C. E. WOODS
LWD SlItHtH.
A. C. GAMBLE.
NOTMY NUM.
Woods, TuuF-ft Bulib
LAND SURVEYORS,
SmI Estate, bmrance, Finueial Agnii
AND CONVBYASCEBa.
ao-b-j-tb iron
FIRE.-The Wimlurn o( Toronto,Tlie iEI-
nil, The City nl London, and The Hart-
(aril.
UFt-Tho New York Llie Insnnnee Oo.
ACOIDENT-Tho Travellers* olHirtlord
Lund
cumtely
Clly Mid Suburban tandi far Iale.
We win .how a complete lUt of dellrablf
localities.
Farming Lands, Improved and unlm-
prove r, throughout the district.
mining and other Stack bought and
sold.
None,- to Loan on Unit mortgage at
low rates. 	
Tcr.nr.liiN It CAM. No. IB.
P. d, DlAWCR W.
WOODS, TVBNEK - GA-BLK,
Orner, tiuii'i Bum,  -  Oolui.ua tnin
NEW WESTMINSTER.
dmllHIo    	
I Surveying In all Its branohes n
y nnrl promittl** carried out.
FOB SALE.
House tt Lot
CORNER BLACKWOOD AND CARNARVON STREETS.
One of (lie Finest Locations in the City.
PBIOII, B3BOO.
APARM
OK THREE HUNDRED AND TWENTY ACRES. .
House, Barn; 40 acres fenced and under
cultivation.
11000 Cash | Balance oo long time,
A FARM
OF TWO HUNDftEti AND FORTY
ACRES. '
100' aores good Pralrloi Balance easily
cleared,   Oood Barn and otber Jn)'
prnvomnnti.
Part down; Balance on time,
Also-a number of W-gptUk Bag-
■Jes, KIcIicIik, Harness, Cattle.
Horses, Ac*.
CALL ON Oft ADDRESS   '
HENDERSON BROS.,
(Wirt OHU_-**HAC_.
The only Complete, Perfect and Lavishly Sumptuous Reproduction
 OV THE	
RACES, BEVELS AID GLADIATORIAL COMBATS OF AWT WM
xm jsr^ULRxnr 2,000 YBAita
{W Eng]UU aud Kentucky ThoroughbreilH la Boul-stirrinp Struggles far Stipremncyl
EnormouR Raco Truck—Four Tlmo» Arcuml. One Mile!
Ifatnbljr anil Triumphantly Reinforced thii Beaton with the One Tow-
erlng, Kingly Figure of Western Romance!
CAPTAIN A. H. BOGARDUS
OHAMPION WINO SHOT OP THE WORLD.
r.v." ..-.•_». iw-k»  -mm.-x.tt  (.i-riiiD  m atiimm.■■■■=■■ ■■■-
Only Full-Grown Pair of Blood-Sweating Hippopotami on Earth
"whtxi oot *____c oar thb -cibti**
300 Phenomenal Arenlc Artists 1    90 Dazzling Acts I
Hctitirtl Atlilirtos, Amlilntl MirU'orH,.lnpiilnrKe MnrvelHnnil 11 GiganticEuropoan Vaudeville Combination, in Uarltig anil noshing Fevftrriiianiri's on ttie Huge Theatre Riago.
No She m» Yeilow Li«f Amsonom I       Not a Chestnut aN the Programm. I
53 use: or mu vm\«mm urn .1 nm m\
KM rind, ridden aud driven by one man ond that mnn THK GREAT O'DKLT..
QreatcHt, OrmidcHt, Most Famous and Hest Trained Herd ut Elfplinnt* un American
. Boll—including " Rajah," llie CoIonhhI. A11-overshadow Ing Central Figure of
htu Kiu-e; "Hid." the almost. Humrn Clown Elephant, and the only
Baby Elephant on the Continent.	
PEERLESS, POETIC, ROYALLY RESPLENDENT STREET PARADE
 Appparlng on llnr Pnlilla Tlioroinjlifflrrn at 10 preloirh Every morning.
USUAL P0PUUW PRICES Of ADMISSION.
PERFORMANCES AT CUSTOMARY HOURS.
 —CHEAP HOUND TB1P BXCIBSIOISS OH ALI. 11AILROADS,	
See Stlitlon Agents for particulars.
Will exhllilt at Port Townsend August Ilth, Victoria August lsili nnd llllli, Vancouver Aiigurn mill. w'lt-ii i-ii-i'-15-iOiui
A LL 1'AKTIEB INDEUTED TO THB
ft, "London Arms" up to the Mill July,
198, »n Kspwtfully requested to pay the
amount of suoh Indebtedness to
C. LAMBERT,
Proprietor.
Ne» West, July 20,18J8. djlyrtoml
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENJflNOS',
(LATB or -HOLAHD)
Corner of Ohuroh and Columbia Streets,
NEW WEBTMIN8TKR,
na-natlsfaotlon guaranteed.    dfffeTtc
OSEBiPIiOTT'S
Aobktsi  T.H.HIBBEN A CO., Victoria.
dwoc3yl
NOTICE.
One Thousand Dollars Reward
"DUBUO NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN
r thnt » reward o( .lOWwlil he givon
bythe PmvlndlAl Government for suoh
Information nn sbnlt lead to tbeapprt-
henslon and conviction uf the peraonH
concerned In the robbery of the British
Columbia Exprewi Company's Hinge, on
"-- —"— ~-\ on StitUHlny tho SJLh
the Cariboo roid,
dft}'of June laat.
JKQ. ROBSON,
Provlnclnl Secretory.
Provlnclnl Secretary>-. Office,
Victoria, Uth July. K&        dJlylSml
VV. E. FALES,
PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER.
Kmbtlning • ftpecUltr.
Dealer In Wooden and Melallc Burial Casket.* Fan.rals conducted.
A full line of Coflin Trimmings always on
band. Parties at n distance supplied at
shortest notice. Batlsfacllon guaranteed In every particular.
dwoollc CruMM St. KW tllT.
TI-VCETA.BIi.E.
Str. "Gladys,"
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, WILL
leavo for Chilliwhack and way places
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 7 a. ni., returning on tho following dayH. For all. further information
apply on board, or to .
W. to. TOWNSEND,
drayOto On the Wharf.
Administrator's Notice.
In re the Estate of WILLIAM FRANCIS MORRISON, tate af New Westminster, Hotelkeeper,Decea«ed Intestate.
All person** Indebted to the above Mutate must pay the amount* of their indebtedness, forthwith, to the undkk-
aiONKii, and all persons having claims
against the name must send them in, duly
proven, on or before Saturday the lllh
day of August proximo, at Uo'olock,ncoa,
W. H. FALDING,
djlylltd Administrator.
Rooms to Let
(FURNISHED)
Within Three Minutes of the
Post Office.
DOOMS AU. NEWLY FURNISHED,
ri single or en siilln. Kor full particulars, npply to
HlrS. K. 0. STIRSKY,
Columbia Street,
dJeZTto       Opp. Roman Catholic Church.
Wm. A. Dashwood-Jonss
FRESH MUFCRHIA AHD LOCAL
M&Yoptais
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
djeaitc
PHCEITIX
aaiKBJLmrr
OF    LONDON,   ENGLAND.
One of the Oldest and Best
Companies in the World.
POLICIES ISSUED AT  THE Lowest rates, nnd no combination with
any other Companies,
JAMBS CUNNINGHAM,
djelnsl Aoiirr. A REGULAR BOY.'*
*.,„.  « ,   ,4     ___
He was not At alljtarlieulai' ■'
To koop the poi-pontlioular;
v/l.llo*wiilkinffhociilierrski|.pc-'iovjui)jpiecl:
Heatoort upon liln head av.-Jiilir
And, whon 110 wont J." bed, awhile*. '.-
Ho do vo anion c the  pitluffs,  which hm.
- thumped. '    v*
Ho nover oould keep still fl bit:
Tho lookers-on thought ill of It;
Ho balance*! on his our tho Lit-hen brooa,
And (UJ some nioo tritpcziitB
Wildi was wonderfully pleuainff.   \
Oa ovory pets lu grandpa's harness room.
From absolute inanity   ■•*■.
__,     Thoeatapproaehod insanity
To seo him clldo tho banister 00 rash;
But onco on that mahojHffln
whilo tryinc to toboggan, no
Upset his calculations with a crash,     /.
And slnco that sad disaster   •
Ho has eono about Jn plaster,
Not Pn* is, liko a nice Italian toy,
B at tho kind tho doctor usos
When tho bumps and cuts and pruisos
Overcomo a littlo, rertnl-ir, live boy.
—Brooklyn Standard Union,
AN INSTRUCTIVE JOKE.
»    Tho Minister tho Boys' Friend anil They
Do His Ounfldeneo Credit.
In a Kansas town one of the churches
trave an Ice cream and strawberry festival, the price of admission to which
was a, dime; but the dime covered the
irjvilegaof a pinto of ico cream in addition to the admission.
The idea of charging nn admission fee
was to exclude certain hoys who might
possibly be rude, and who were not Hko-
ly to have money enough in their pockets
to nmke. them large purchasers.
t      Several boys hung around the door beg-
f    Ring .tor admission without pay, but.
*   were refused.
An elderly clergyman who happened to
see the refusal quietly handed two of the.
boys a dime each, aud' told tliem to go in
and be happy. I Presenting tlieir dimes
at the door, tbe boys were surprised to ba
refused again.
The doorkeeper grnfly-remarked: ""^
"G'wny, boys, g'way; wo-don't wttot no-
boys here." J       '. ;
The elderly clergyman, who jsfondbf
a bit of quiet fun, thou collected all tho
boys ho could find iu the immediate
k »ei;.;!ib3i-hpodojjtho cburchivTheynum**,
W berctl sevon iu ■■ail, including t.'he two
> originals.   Several of them woro baro-
foot, aud none woro lull dross suits.
Being well known to tlio -peoplo ot the
church, tho old clergyman thought * he*
had a right to invito i-qah gussts ns ho
pleased to the festival. So ho marched
the boys in mid paid their fart), .
\ Tliu doorkeeper snarled as politely na
t he could and'said:
p    "Wo don't admit boys, sir."
Said tho clergyman: " -
"Theso boys are my guests; you will
admit them if you admit me,"
Tho whole party passed iu. Then tlie
clergyman saw tho boys seated nt a tablo
and supplied with ice cream.
In order not to embarrass theca by his
presence he retired and looked ot them
ith rough a window while thoy enjoyed
the feast,
Instead of raising a riot, aatlie church
people hnd feared that sue*.. lioy^.Would,
they behaved themselves as piopoi'ly.as
any of the other patrons of tho festival.
The ciorgymmi said thnt this lit Uo jol.6
was worth all the money it cost him; aud
that lie not only had tho pleasure of seeing the youn-sters enjoy their ice cream,
hut of teaching Uio cold-hearted ohurch
lenplea useful lesson.       few a-in    ■
Some day thoso boys may bo as import-
nut nnd as prominent in society as any
members of the church. * .
HE   FEIGNED   DEATH.;
I
A Fet.ernl Prisoner*! Efforts To Malts
All Escape In 186-4*. .A -.
Colonel Mussor relates nn interesting
incident of army experience which occurred while he was in command of the
post at Washington, Ark., iu the summer
of 1EC4. The story as related is told by n
Federal officer, a prisoner ln camp, to
Piptaiu James T.Oley of tho EighthMis-
uri Infantry.
Tho captain was playing tho rnrt of tho
Hospitable host toward his guest and
>risouer through the medium of a couplo
ft Un cups and a jug filled with home-
mule whiskey, clear as crystal and nn-
iontaminated by au excise tax. Lieutcn-
jit Borenway, a Federal officer in nn Ohio
regiment, had fallen Into tho hands of
Dick Taylor about the time of Banks' Bed
|River expedition.
Becoming weary of captivity and dis*
misted with Confederate rations, he
Vanned with several of his fellow prisoners n scheme by which one of their members might make his escape
" Whiskey poker was played to determine
Which ouo should be given tho firstchauce.
pieuteiiant Borenway won.
In accordance with tho scheme agreed
lo, hs feigned death, was burled by his
fomrudes lu a shallow grave, and suo-
keeded in making his resurrection after
lie departure of the Confederates and
pm pai dons.
Tho deserted grave was discovered during tho day and the ruse "dropped on to"
md reported to the commander at Marsh-
eld, La., who immediately set a pack of
loodhonnds to traok the fugitive.
'After trail was struok all of these but
ne were called off.   This ono eontinued
c pursuit, and at the end of the third
■V overtook the lieutenant In the dense
moils near Washington, Ark,
Tlie hound guarded tho.tree for threo
ay.-j and three nights, until tho soldiers,
rim took their time ln their pursuit, nr-
-ed and again took charge of the well-
.;h starved fugitive,—Cassavillo (Mo.)
cpubllcan.'
Taking Slng-oro to lash*
The mistakes which people mako who
ave to sing chants, to deums and other
tcred music in church, and who are uu*
ai sed in tho Scrip tu res nud sacred litera-
iro generally, were tho subject.of con-
nrsation in a little group of musical
iople at Music Hall, the other night.
"I recall," Baid one, "the ghastly effect)
tat Mrs. Q., who was from tho Capo,
jed to produce ln singing this line of n
otet, as she always did ln spite of many
'OtCBtS—
'Let aU tho world stand In or beforo '«
Him.'" 1
"That," said another in the company
vas hardly as queer ns the blunder
ilch Howison, the tenor, whose educa-
111 was limited, once mnde in singing a
ie about tlm 'great leviathan of the.
ep.' It canfa lout, 'The great Levi
ai ban of tho deep!'"
"I cau beat thnt with another.story of
owlson," said another, -"He sang onoo
a solo, with grjsat uuotlon and distinct-
lss: 'Hearken, 0 Ismcl, to the voice of
e sheriff,' when It ought to have been
raph."—Boston T.ahseript. ■   '*
Two Beaux to Hor string.
"Billy, old boy, you lobkllltc a, miminer
ornlng.   What's happeuul to glorify
"Tommy, old fd, congralttlato me.  I
oposed to Miss Flyaway last night and
ie accepted mel"
"Shake, old wan.  So she did met"
'■  % JwrU Palestine'"
:- -_^-"!...   ■■■       mSfr*:
'?he City ti .ToTOiftlem TfIH Be lt_4e to
Ke:-.)hio the PtcpiiofIes. '. 'i
v I}^.:vili^j:*^'eji-'lDio*ia re^leptlf
Chinv.", Is'engaged fh tbe attempt to or-
•■gitnjzQ an otfteiisirfl nio**emen t for the re-
Bettlemeut ot Palestine. In both England
nnd America this movement has already
(•-cited widespread interest. The people
engaged in it are earnest, religions and
practical in their plans.
They do not expect that the settlement
and vest oration of Palestine will DO
brought about by anything that look!
outwardly liko a miracle. It must be
guided by political sagacity aim business
judgment, both pervaded by a deep religious impulse.
Cnptn.-n Conder, who mado the elaborate official survoy of Palestine, says tbat
It may easily become the rival in fertility
of the best parts of -Southern Italy. With
a territory as large as Great Britain and
wilh -every variety of cltmato to choose
from, it presents an inviting field to the
immigrant.
As soon as a sufficient number of people
nre thero to form the nucleus of ft new
nation, it is expected that the Europcn
Powers will unite to declare Palatine an
Independent nation. The Jews proper,
according to tho expectation, will only
form the smaller part, nhout one-sixth of
.the new -population. Ti.e larger element
will be English mu* .'. inerlciin.
- Dr, Sivnrtha has r i:\-udy worked out
extensive and careful plans for the rebuilding of Jorutsi'.l.i*., for its temples,
public buJWta, cjUub and waJlSrinJiar-
mouy with, tlie pro;»lietlc dstetlptiuef
the Bible. According to his idea tfra new
Jerusalem is to be a centre of learning, of
political influence and a religious capital,, . ....,,„ ._,,,.,. -•£»Maf«
Whcn.asJtcd if he t...might guarantees
oould bo occtifed frdin jutiona in Europe
that have acted iu concert on the Eastern
.qttestJ9U,th,e,D^ot'l[rH,,!i-.h.1. '.'-.. .,,, :.'.
. ""'i'/io' qtiwtio;i lis < . _ba» has already
been diseased, by l_i;.opeau statesmen,
n^tf^^l©*¥^8nir-l' iostlnoso far has
been a difficult problem, beoauKo the pop-
Ulntioh theV(!"for'l.SKJ yrttra has not been
accustomed to self-go vtirii went.
^.^JTeuyeai-ij.agoJuhtbefoio-W^Mw
Troftty, and at; tlmt, time tif Aobi-i© tho
question wns up for»1 i -leusslon, statesmen
(Txpressed -clieniselvb freely that Palestine ought to be made.1 neutral nation like
Switzerland ov Belgium, and therefore
'uudor the gitamntco of H16 Groat'Powers
to securo its imniMiity from wars. In
Englnnd and -the United States a grejit
many lucn nnd women' of targe wealth
have been interested In this enterprise
and tho.plaus meet with'tlieir approval.
"I havo made a long jtudy, not only.to
develop all' Palestiiie, but all |the. great
Kuphmteif Valley, v.Inch is capable of
sustaining 100,000,003 people- ond of again
being a great centre oJ tho world's activities."    | ._4_^_	
CULTIVATION 'feFF!£TTI*IG. -
The AceouuItftwllltj* of rai'oitti tor tho
FretluliioHs of C.iiMi-rn.
Fretting can bo'cultivated*- A man lias
decided a cerfeiuumaU.r; in the tlmo ha
had he mado the bent deoUion ho conld,
or perhaps could be made, by any, one.
The letter Is sent or .t.io friend is gone to
whom thp counsel was given.
: Immediately, when there conld he no
recall, he begins to regret it. To wonder
whether he should have decided the way
ho did or the opposite. Perhaps he men-
tions it to some one who knows little about
It. Tho opinions do not agri». •-;•:■■ f
'Thiswayofworryihgcah be Indulged
in until the most trivial things cau become sources of great worries. Then the
opinion of such a person Is of no value, it
Is so undecided,' Suoh persons spend va!-
-Ruble tlmo regretting certain actions jn'
the past- ■•*•-■'■ i*--"-v'■'■'
Wo have many snch to regret and to be
ashamed of. It is worse than a waato of
timo to worry over them. It is bt-st to
decide carefully, and then be strong
enough to put lt out of the -UiQUghta as
much as possible.
Worrying in children oan be, and often
Is, cultivated by parents awl frieiida. A
child on a tmlnaakedforadrlnk. The
water supply, was exhausted. He knew
it, nnd so did his mother, His mother
also know thnt they could not get any.on-
tll the next station was reached, yet* she
allowed him to whine and itsk for a
.drink, or to repeat, again and again,
"Mother, I w»ut a drink.'f until alt the
pnssengero wore disturbed hy it,
if it Is not a drink It is something elso
which it is Impossible for him to havo at
that timo and place. .Children aro talked
to about what is going to happen and tx-
citod for days over it, or they are told that
thoy nro such nervous children, when to
a disinterested person they are only vory
badly trained children.
■■— .in ■ m n 1    1 ,
HOW' BOYS OAN MAKE MONEY.: ;•.
RuJaoll Base's \ltwt en th. Vta, fill. Oaa
Bo Dono,  -
"1, liy Retting a position; 2, keeping li!»
tnouth 6hut{ 8, oblervlum 4, IwlllK fcltli-
full 5, niuklUK htaemtiloy.r llrlnk tlmt lie
would bo lost in a log without liiui; nrnl
6, being polite.'
"Tbat Is a good Way to bruin after lie
gots there. If lie, live, up t« tlitwo vulu.i,
hrr will not want a friond ut court for nny
IciigtU of time—iu fact, not at ull,"
•• Magnificent, Mt Not Xtht."
■ Glnseppo Galetul 1. ono of tlio best and
most ovou-tempered  oreliwtni lervlom
alive. '"
Recently on r.cccinnt of «lc!r.nc_» li Is
cornet player was obllgod to tend a substitute. Tho snb. was a mixture of conceit, double f, and riunculiir activity,
After the overture—a series of ear-split*.
tiiitf' blasts from the cornet and irgnuisliiK
groana from the leader's. oliair-OtUfuppo
lirnned over to tlio cornetlst, and with all
t-o grace and polltoncie Imaginable, re-
marked;
"Sara, you play zoo fine cor r-rnot; «•_•
prandtone; secmagnlllc'ent expt'ossione;'
liiit,saro,youri*urdonc,ple«se*}o«:t_laj!r'
-Clipper.   ..      . '-.'...';'.i.»__i..... — -
B.atlng tlio Green 6mi1. Mon. . '
A Now England man hns bnnten ihe;
C'reen goods sawdust men at their oWn
gillie. lie got one of their circular., aud
lu reply asked for a sample ol their,
_oods. ; '■ ■ ' •'    ■ ' ''•'
Tlrey sent him a genuine 41 bill, and
thu (-ontleuinn of New EnrrlniirL Btopped
the ooiTcsiioudencs then anil Jicic.    -7
a pint«iiiig sitii'otiea,
Mrs, Blunt-"I can't abide that Smith'
woman; I believe I actually *iateher,".i
Mr. Goodc—''.But, my dear-Mrs. Blunt,
you ought not to fed so. Doesn't tho
Bible tell us tii lovo our enemies!" " i,
"Oh, yes, it is nil very well;to say love
yonr enemies, bur how cnu one love them
when one's enemies Happen to be one'.
'Nrtni; frlendsf'-^R'i'inn TronsorlMi'1 •
Blolison—"Don't yon think that Dempsey rather plays tho fool?"
I.plnjay-"No; slrj I think thtt ho
works ht the Job.".-
Constipation
Is a universal and most troublesome disorder. It causes Headache, Mental Depression, impairs the Sight and Hearing,
destroys the Appetite, and, when long
continued, causes Enlargement of the
Liver, Inflammation of the Bowels, and
VHm. Constipation Is speedily cured
by Ayer's Pills.
For a number of months I was
troubled with Costiveness, in consequence of which I suffered from Loss of
Appetite, Dyspepsia, and a disordered
liver. My eyes also troubled me. I was
compelled to wear a shade over them,
and, at times, was unable to hear exposure to the light. I was entirely
CURED BY USING
three boxes of Ayer's Pills. I have no
hesitation in pronouncing this medicine
to be the best cathartic ever made —
James Ecclcs, Poland, Ohio,
I suffered from Constipation, and, con.
sequently, from Headache, Indigestion,
and Piles, for years. Ayor's PUIS, whioh
I took at the suggestion of a friend, have
given me effectual relief. I commenced
taking thlt remedy two months ago, and
am now free from Constipation, the removal of which has caused my other
troubles to disappear, and greatly te
Sroved my general health.—W. Heeler,
.mherst, Mass. £
I suffered from Constipation, which
assumed such an obstinate form that I
feared a steppage of the bowels. Two
boxes of Ayor's Pills oured me* com-
pletely.-D. Burke, Saco, Me.       tt
Ayer's Pills, •
Prw-md by Dr. J. O. Ayer k Co., Lowell, Mo*
Bold by ill Dnifftit* and Detlen Id Mtdioim.
FORJIALE.
T OT IS, BLOCK XXXVI, l!i2 FEET UN
Jj Blllrc Htreet, Jf>0 feet deep and 182
feet on Mclnnen Street*, cnutalnn about
2% ordinary city loin. Bfll'li unci Stntile
on premUea with m-conuiiofiiitloii for 14
hornes, luimcsH room, Ac; t'ooil well of
wnter: imrtlen, plimleil with fruit treen.
rnrtlf-olornoi) Rppllcnttonto I
ilinyiBk^ W.J. FRENCH.
MAJOR & PEARSON
Beul Estate Brokers uud
Financial Agents.
AQENTH FOh
Confederation Lift-  Jliioolntioii of
Toronto.
Hoyul nnd Lau«a«Hlre Fixe limit--
mice Cotiipaut«H.
Ba.Valimblt> ImI* ht nolo In the Clly
nnd District of Wet-tmlnstert and choice
Loin In the City of Vnncouver.
'PotfotiH wIshliiK to buy or Rell city or
niral property stiould coin inn nicnte with
us. -
Offices: Bunk of B.C. building,opposite
po«tofflce, Westminster, and HustliiKHHt,,
Vanconver. dwaplOtc
FIRE INSURANCE GOT.
CAPITA!*
«0,«00,000
POLICIES EFFECTED AND ALL
olaims paid without reference to any
other office, by the General Agents In
Viotoria.	
Agents in New Westminster: ,
MESSRS. W.J. WALKER & CO'Y
6, BANK BUILDINGS.
dwmyMte
POUT  HAMMOND
NURSERY
Frett Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And OAftDfiN STOCK on hand in great
variety. ..
Everything first-i-lrtSH and furnished In
good sn ape,
ns. Send 15 otn, for valuable _D-p»ge Pe-
acrfuttve CntnUigu« with 6 beautiful colored platen.  Price Llsta sent free.
' a. W. HENRY,
dwdoieto Port Hammond, fi. C,
IUJcRAE,
Merchant Tailor,
WISHES TO INFORM TUB  PEOPLE
OF SEW WESTMINSTER THAT HE
IS PREPARED TO EXECUTE
*     ALL ORDERS FOR.
TAILORING
A FULL LINE OF
EngltHb, B<-oteh aud Irteh
Tweeds and Fancy
Trousering*.
SOOULLAH*. OLD STAND
Columbia St.,   •   New Wkst.mi.nsti:>:.
MACHINERY
whe
AVING LATELY INCREASED OUR
' eonneetlnn lu the Enst und elao-
where very considerably, we ore in a no-'
Hi tion to give prloeH on Hny clitHK of Ma>
ehincry that mey borequtreil, in<-!u-llnn:
Marine nntt stationary Engines nnd Hnll-
em,Tlnnerfl, Mntclu'i-H and Mnuldern,
Biikk IMatiera, Wo«l Lathes, Hand
Huws. Blind Mnnhlnory, Gauge
LnrneH, Shaping Muchlnc*-!,
Shingle MaehTneD, Lutb
Machine! A Bolttrn,   ,.
Two, Threo nnd FpUrfllockOlreuinr Saw
Mills, BA1M Haw MIIN, PortBb|.« Kh-
-   glnes and BoTlCi'fi, and tlolst.nK
Engines.   Also, John Bertram
,  A Sons' and The London
'.iiyMVWihw-wtofcilw
•■("' MflcHlirtry:-T'
Brick MachincH and Crunhera of either
tho Martin or Baird make.
MIllSuppllMof all desprintionsf, Includ-
TlOK Clnwilnr Sawn, fttilid'or Inserted
,  Tenth/ LiibrlcathiK Oils, Rubber and
Leather Belting, which we carry   In
,?Stficfc«s;
Steam Puinpu of the BtmUe, Davidson or
Knowlea make alio on hand.
M'Avlty'H Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
ort khort notice, aa well as Patntn nnd
plli, Axe» and Rrigo Tools of tbe i.He*
* bmted Broad make, Wire ftope, l'lunib**
em and; Rtenm fitters Supplier, Ac
Weareanlentrents In this Province for
the JOHN DOTY Engine Co'v, wlione
Marine w-nrk oonnot be exeelled, ns out-
fl» we havo furnished here will testify,
FRASER aTeONABD,
Camblr St.,    Opp. Ncws-aAdvaitlaer,
v^ieeoDtjBi, b, c,
..'_     ,.   ' dwtoJWW r.
*3iTC?SttC_E3_
II IIAVIO MADl'i APl'LIOATION TO
Minllon. Allit'lMwrOf llnr lnlirrlortor
ulloQliHBto out Umbor nn tlio following
llllllls In N. W. lllnlrirrlr Kimlloll. 1,2,ft
III, II, 12, lrl, 11, 111, ffi, 31,27, 31, 111, nil. 8. E.
quarter 15, E. IrrvU unit H. \v, quarter ti,
Townnlitp 42. nlrru N. W. quarter -Xi nnd S.
half 34, Towrmliip 12, an plolteilon Dominion mup of said District.
'    B. DOUniiAS.
July 3, ISSS.        ...    . djlysoml
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry I. (Machine Works
THE PROPRIETORS UK THESE
works have much pleasuro In notifying their friends and the public tlint they
arc now prepared to receive nnd promptly
execute any orders for work In tlielr Tluo
with whicli they mny bo favored.
V.lMiU.VIK,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, B.C.,8til May, 1888.
(I\vmyi2lc
SIGHTOUNDNESS
USE ONLY
N.  STANLEY'S
OELEIIBATBD
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE-GLASSES.
Recommended  liy l,ciidiii_  Ooullsts In
Aincrlca.
S. aa-aTaS-I. Je CO.,
dmyUOto        Aiicnts.NowWcstioluster.
THE WHITE IS KING
PARTIES DESIROUS OF . I*U1(C»AB-
_C inifBhonld not fall toglv.-tlH-Mu-ei*.'.
brated Machines a trial.
Ci J. KOIESON,
Agent for the Mninland.
Also, Agent for tbo e«lobruted White
Brouxe Df onuiucat Co. djelSto
VICTORIA B^J-
PIANOS AHD ORGANS
Of tlio Best Makora in Hie World.
THB WORIiD-RENOWNI!D OltaANS
and PIANOH of Hii.mi __ Hamlin
Have arrived.  The ureal. BTEOK 1*1 ANO,
wlllr iiateirtmistiilniiiBpinliil. Tin, innleli-
less DKUKEK 4 SONS' l'lANdS. The
well-liuown DOMINION 1'IANOH uml
OHOANS. Have alvu In Bliiok ItONISCH
and CHRISTIE PIANOS. Pianos nml
Orirnns mild nn moiitlily prrymeiilH. Plan-in for rent nntl rent appllo.l If purchased.
Call at
H. Peters' IHasIc Store.
Viotoria, B. O.
—ANY MAN—
Who t8 Weak, Nervous, DebllKnted,
who ln bin Folly and Ignoranoe linn
Trifled nway his Vigor nf Body, Mind
aiKlMnnhooiltcniisingexliimfttlnBdrains
npon the P-nuntalna of Life, Head-
ache, BaukADhe, Drciidful Dreami,
Wcakneii of Memory, BaihfniMou In
Sooiety, Plnfplec upon tbo Face nnd
all the Kffeoti leading to Marly Dcvay,
(ontumiitloiini- Innanlty, will find In
our Specific So. 28 u Po«lt vct'itre. It
imparlh Youthful Vigor, rentorei! the
Vital Power in old anilyoimir,strength*
ens nnd luvkornten the Brains and
Nerves, builds up the muscular system
and arouses Into action Miu whole physical enemy of the human frame. With
onr Specific No. 23 the most obstlnnte
oaso can b_ cured lu three months, and
recent ones in less than IK) days.   Each
Package contains two weeks trentment,
rlce-Ji Cures trtiaraiiteed. Our Specific
No. 2-1 Is an Infallible t:ure for all Private Diseases, no mattor of how long
standing. Sold under our written Guar-
nnlre lo effectnt'ure. Price S.ri. Toronto Modlelne Co., Toronto, Out.
CONSUMPTION
That dread terror, n illsenNO so lone
bnlllni! solonop and tho mont skillea
physicliiriis, who know nr nothing to
arrest, iioUiln,; to nllevlale, nothing to
eiire. Now It is no lonfjer an Irionr-
rtble mnlndyeven when -,'lven un hy
physiciaiiH, lienltli can yot be foil ml In
OUR KEM1.DY; it IichIs nml sonlhes
llie iiie'iiln'iiiii-iif llie l,ii!i>,"j, inflimied
and nolsoued hr'.ho ravages of this
fell disease, and prevents the night
sweats and H<:Iitm*'*-**-' across tlio chest
which accompany ll. I'rice&l.
OURi-S    GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medicino Co., Toronto, Ont
OUR KuKIUXT I'itKPAKATIONS.
Remembev wo mnmifnoturo and are the
solepropriolorsof the followhiK spt'cial*
ties, ami tbat Mieycaii be had from no
oilier sonive,  THEY AIU NOT FOR SALE BY
DRUGGISTS- <''i>*Ti'sp,.*iilriin' sli-iellv coil-
llili-nlinl. Consulhitlon upon nllohroiilc
disease Invited. NO CHARGE except fnr
medicines. All [ini.ii.s sent stcuro from
obsnivatlnn. Toronto Mrtdiclim Co., Toronto, Out.
HAIR COLORING,
Our magnificent preparation's ate warranted perfectly harmless. We prepnt'o
the followlmr eolois-tlio finer shades
arise fhim the hair Itself: Bl'ick, Dark
Brown, Medium Brown. Chestnut, Light
Chestnut, Gold Blonde,  Ash or Blonde
Seudree.  Rend sample of ludrwhenor-
•*rlug.  Price, J2 per bottle.. Toronto Medicine Co., Toionlo, Oul.
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordering picrtpe spectiy which vou
Wpilre; weguni-mitec tmin lo give cut lro
sntlsfnetiou. No. K imparts Ut Ibe f.kh.
tho color ami freshness of imttdenhomi,
jinnnle.tR ami cannot bo dciccied, SI.2J.
No. j) ivmovffi wrinkles. ?2. No. lo vn-
iiiovch Iilver Hpiits,-Ji.if'i. No. II removes
Flesh Woniio, 81.25. No. Jirpmnvm
Kn>ek1en,iUt. No, l:t rnnm-es TMinples,
tHiH. No..M remove-; Tuu, .1.25. . No, tfi
removes Moles, $'2. No. 11 removes Pock-
marks, f-'2. No. 17 romovtts (mdho Verspl-
ratlon,J.l.!?\ No, IS.ati absolute unfailing
specirto for the retention1, development or
restoration of Ibe Hnir, 81,2,*,,''Toronto
Medicine, Oo., Toronto, Ont.
THE BUST.
No. It) Is ft emblued Internal ami external trod! men tr which spep.-fiiy develops
or restores the female bust to iho proportions of voluptuous online, ts entirely
harmless and certain in results. Price |>i
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronloi Ont.
dwftplSj'l
WANTED
A HOY TO bitlVE *_XI'KIr:sS»/AaO.S.
Apply to   Mcdonald bbos:.
iimim columblast.
W.C. LOYE,
M aad M Ihbr,
Repairing Neatly Done* Cork Bole
Work a Specialty.
»_rOrders promptly attended to.
Olarkson St., In rear of Colonial Hotel, next t« Kund Bros.' offloe. dnolto
Dominion^ Lands.
Th YOU ARE PAYING FOIt YODB
I. Fr-o-Blnptlon or for rent of Minim, or
Oinzliiit Lain!, ur liiiylnn Farm, Mlnlni-
orany Innrl from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay lu BO
large dlsoouuu
Htrinwin hnobtulntd lu large or ■mail
quantities from
ALLOWAr A CHAMPION,
Bj__r_c-_sa,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OH FROM
TIIK BANK Of BRITISH COU'KBU,
NKW WESTMINSTEB.
  ilwmlralo .        *
North British and
Mercantile
FIRE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
Authorised Capital, • £3,000,000
Subscribed " ■ '2,500,000
Fald np, .      0*25,000
Vlre Fund b Reserves, as
at 81st Deo., 1887,       •      1,188,11*1
Revenue Fire Branch,    1,319,314
iJSyRates as Low as any other
teliableCompany doing business in British Columbia.
j. a. JAQUES,
Agent fop New Weitmlmter City »nd
Dutriot. djeMto
To San Francisco, bl.
i •»»'>
BY WAY OF THE
THE MUHASTA ROUTE.
Qnlcbcr In Time than any other
Route between
hr ffUuhr ul Su rrutiict.
Grand Scenic Route of tbe facile
Coast.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Acoommotlnllnn of Seeond-CIOM Pas-
treugen, attrieheil to Ezpnxis Tralni.
Fani from pnrlluiui lo Sncrame'iito and
Ban Frnnolncoi  Unlimited, (III Klnt
Clam (Limited), (N| Hecond Olaaa (Limited), »II,
R. KOEH1.ER, Manager.
E. P: ROOEBS,
Ami. Oen. Fnwtat 4 Para. Agent.
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
General Merchandise!
NKW WK8TMIS8TKR, B. C.
Hay and Feed
wood & OOAL
(THBI1E8T (JlIALITY)r
Dry (riontlK, Boots A Shoi-s,
I'nivisionsiiCrlrm'ericK.
KARMKRS'    HARDWARE,
Bapc,   «•'«.    '■
tra-A* wo iwo no whisky or totmciro wc
enn, liy icrnpenite Irrrlills and careful economy, serve the .public at especially low
rales. rlwjniaic
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COM,
I OluIIrosuSi. and 16 Puu. Mau,
LONDON.
INSTITTTTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES A OTHKK
Huililinga, Goods, Wares, Menrlian-
diec, Miiniifaoturlug and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and tlie
C*irgoc8 ni such Vessels; alao, Ships build*
ine and reiiarring, Barges and otlier Vessels on navigable riven uid canals,.and
Ooods on Iroard suoh Vessels, thl-ougliout
111'oat llritaln and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FKIIM 10SS OR DAHASI Bl FIRK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
-£1,600.000 8TG.
| Riitcn of Premium and every infornm.
tloi! can lio obtained on appHuatiou to
W.J. ARMSTBOSe,
Agent fo.* Ndw -Vi-ertminster.
-L_I!|L,^jJ!l_»
LOOK      XX ES RE
THK UKPJfiltSIGNED KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LA ROB AND
. complete assortment of
booxm ««_. .mmtEtt-mmtm
Which will be sold at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES FOR CAW. «r A larue
consignment to arrive slrortly.Tri- Always in stock—Leather, Wake Flnd-
lllKS &<*., 0.' all kinds.   Cllstolll Work a specialty.
_r__._-C__IS   BOVM-AV,
dwjelyl So, 81, Columbia Sthekt.
CASTORIA
far Infants and Children.
-'CaalntelsioweU adapted loc_l_«nt_it| «lst*»l» eutet Oolle, Omllpatlon,
IrecommendltaasriperlortoaDyprescriptlMi I «*_*» SSH^__?ltHS 52fSSJ!_i_, A,
taomtome."     *_Ta___i,M.D,       I BIljWc™, jimsl^ aad *r^o*«^dl-
IU So. Otfonl ft, Brooklyn, H.V.   I Without lcjurious mcilMtloo.
Thb Cemtaur CoUPAmr, TT Bliirray Btreet, If, V.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
MI & INVESTMENT MEM,%
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
)
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, - 56 Hew Broad St. ■ LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Business of ALLSOF {.MASON has been merged in the above Company
and will be carried on by the Company from this date at a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agen :y.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Bates. Town Lots and Farming
Lands (or Sale on easy terms,
Victoria, a C, May 18th, 1887. dwJeTlc
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHABP STREET ■ VICTORIA.
J_.Q-_-rTS  B*OE
North British and Mercantile
Insnrance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON A CO.,
36 Fiusbury Circus,
London, E. C.
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDEN.
tTAVINO TAKEN POS8KSHIO.N OF
XI the "Temperance House,"fronting
on Columbia and Church Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now Known
aathe
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publlo
at the following rates:
Hoard per day ,„ II 00
"  --'• 5 00
as
"     ** week 	
entile Meals	
M_Ckwd srcomnnHlnllon for Ladles aud
families. mync
Flowers for sale
NOTICE.
Canada Life Ambush Co,
PAIITJKH INM1RKDTN TIIK AtlOVK
X Oottipnuy, wlins-n rrr-inliinis tiroimv-
iiblnnlKfiMpriliHihits.t-iiji li tive the plnoo
oi* imyincnt tliorei-f en-afigptl lo this pity,
freti or .hurst.*, hy npiilylng to llio under-
nlgncil.
ttr itlNbH itikvii In miii loiMlln-t-lnnii-
«llnii I'nuiimiiy ill nifMl fiivonihlc rntcH.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
dJeMte " Aijk.vt.
H
HACK, LIVERY, STACE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUBSCWDEns ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RMS
At Spec lal Low Utiles.
hf&i ud All tt tf Wig
Done nt Shortest Notice,
DryCnnt-ff-Mri delivered to nny partof
the City.
Ordera by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
■WStabloa nearly opposlto C. P. R. De-
pot, ColumbiaSt,, NewWofctminst*)'.
djalllc      QILLEY BROS. Profs.
FI lUSil
THE   UNDERSIGNED  HAVE BEEN
appointed agents for the
LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO.
And aro prepared lo receive applications
for policies on all good risks at current
rates.  *
MAJOR & PEARSON,
Real Estate, Fire and Life Insurance
Agenta, Bank of B. C. Bnlhlintr, opposite
Post Office, Westminster,       dJeiWn.3
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSOK
BUTOHER,
Newly Oppoilte the Colonial Hotel.
NKW WB8TMIN8TKR.
T
[HE LARGKST AND   CHOICEST
auortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
(Constantly on hand, and iropplled to Families, UpBlfinrants, and Steamboats atthe
LOWEST POSSITJIjE PRICKa
china & japan
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVEPalorgfe
consignment of ull kliuU ot
CELEBRATED TEA,
Kmbroldcred Silk Gao^s, '      ■
Slinwlf, Soreeni, Bed <t«ill*tn.'    '
Dressing flown!, lite, Klc.
—-ALSO-—        '   "■ r'
Porcelain, Bilm.na, Ololianne,
Bronie, Irory, Dandalwood ami
Cnrlos of Birelj-OeSSHptloii.
HiNiino iy mar .mm dikot rmm
CHIHA MID HUM.
Hoping that jou will liUniit wl wltli jonr
vlelliWe,i*.raalnvt)ryr_siieo«tlIljrymiiii,
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
MONT STREET, HlW WtmMITrs, I. C.
PostO*n-rcBo-_Na,7, ilileSji NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Public Notice R. Dickinson
Circus  Sells Bros.
failfi $ ritish fiolambian
aaiarday Evening, Am. *. im.
Dr. L. R. Molnues has removed his
office to hii residence, Columbia it.
Don't forget Mr. Trapp'i auction
■alt to-night of household goods and
Japanese merchandise.
The next thip to load lumber at
tha Royal Oity Plaining Mills is expected to arrive to-morrow.
Give Holloway's Com Cure a trial, It
removed ten corns from one pair of feet
without any pain. What it has done
once it will do again.
The crioket match, Canada vs. Old
Country, wai not played to-day owing
to the disagreeable state of the
weather.
M. A. McRae hu just reoeived a
fine auortment in Tweed and Wonted
Fancy Trousering and Vesting. Give
him a call. dwau4-tl
On Wednesday next, Mr. G. Byrnes,
auctioneer, will offer for sale, at Victoria, a Uno farm situated at Maple
Ridge.   See adv.
A new trial hos been granted in the
Suter-Robton oase, and it will eome
before Mr. Justice McCreight and a
jury on the 16th inst.
The salmon run improved a little
last night. Boata opposite the city
averaged UO fish each, aud at the
iiiutith of the river iriim IIO to 70 each.
: The board of arbitrators, in connection with tho Onderdonk contract,
drove over from Vancouver thia morning and spent a few hours in looking
abont the city.
. Attention is called to Mr. Trapp's
adverttament of real estste auction
aale onWednesday evoning, 10th inst.
Some valuable city and district property will be offered.
The children ot Sapperton are arranging to give a general entertainment on or about the 20th inst. The
proceeds will be devoted to the Sapperton church organ fund,
The Rev. T, Hall, Supt. of Canadian
Congregational Missions, will conduct
gospel servioe in the Y, M. C. A.
rooms to-morrow afternoon at 4
o'clock.   All are welcome
The remedy which most successfully
combats malarial disorders, is Ayer's
Ague Cure. It is a purely vegetable
compound, and contains neither quinine
nor any other dangerous ingredient.
Warranted to cure ohills and fever.
A telegram wu received in this city
yesterday from H. M. Stramberg,
River John, N. S., stating that he
wonld leave there for Westminster, B.
' C, to-day, and may be expected to arrive here on or before the 13th inst.
The tonic and alterative properties of
Ayer's SarsapariUa are too well know-
to require the specious aid of any exaggerated or fictitious certificate. Witnesses of the marvellous cures effected
by this preparation are to-day living in
every city and hamlet of the land.
Rev. Thos. Hall supt. Canadian
Congregational Home Missionary Sooiety will hold a service in the Court
Houn at 7 p.m. to-morrow night. AU
who are interested in tho forming of a
Congregational church here are cordially invited to attend.
The case of McCrady va corporation,
fnr overwork performed on th*e Clark-
sun at. bridge contract, has been left
for final settleitieot by arbitration. A
great deal of tesimony wu takeu on
both sides, and the case occupied tho
attention of the court for a whole day.
The services at St, James church,
Vancouver, are conducted on such
High Church principles that a number
uf the congregation are rebelling
against the innovations. A meeting
will lro held on Monday night to see
what can bo done towarda bringing
abuut a low church service.
The base ball match, Vancouver
Juniors vs. Westminster Juniors, yesterday aftornoon, resulted in a complete victory for the home team. Tile
visitors were so badly defeated that
they are not likely to try conclusions
again with Westminster until they are
able to put a better team on the diamond. ,     .
From a passenger who was on Thursday's delayed train, it is learned that
the accident near Kamloops waa more
serious than reported. The engine
and all the cars, wllh tho exception of
the sleeper, left the track. One lady
had her arm broken and two children
wen seriously injured. The accident
waa caused by a gnvel slide.
It would be well for all ratepayers
who wish to vote on tho bonus bylaw
to call at the city clerk's office and see
that their names are on the voters'
list. No matter how much care is
observed in preparing these lists there
is always a few names omitted, accidentally of course, so it is better to be
on the safe sido.
A. M. Hamilton, Warkwerth, writes:
"For weeks I was troubled with a
swelled ankle, whioh caused me much
pain and annoyance. Mr, Maybeo of
this place, recommended Dr. Thomu'
Eolectrio OU for It. I tried lt, and beforo one bottle wu used I was cured. It
is an article of great value," Beware of
Klectrio or Electron Oils, as they are
imitations of Dr. Thomu'Kclectric Oil.
It is said that the Canadian authorities have decided to oheokmate the
banjofaced Celestial in his little game
of crossing the border, and will put a
•top to the rase John hu employed
to get into tho United States. Hereafter no certificates will be issued to
Chinamen excepting on the presentation of paasage tickets to China by the
applicants.—iSeoMIs Enteiprite.
A gentleman arrived in this oity yesterday direct from Perthshire, Scut-
land, who stands six feet six inches in
hit stockings, and whose name is Stewart. Many people thought he must be
a relative of Chief of Police Stewart,
of Vanoouver, who stands 0 ft, 0$ in.,
but, we are informed, there are no
family ties between them further than
that both gentlemen claim to be descended from this royal houso of that
Savings Beak Statistics.
A return of the business of the P. 0.
Savings Bank, Canada, for the past 20
years, has been printed. Thero were
81 offices at ihe beginning of that time,
against 433 now. Tho total deposits
for the first full year were a little over
$900,000; for the last, something short
of $8,000,000. Nearly two years had
passed before the balance at credit of
open accounts exceeded a million.
Now it exceeds twenty and a half millions, and an average of four and unu-
tenth per cent, on this balance pays
interest to depositors and cost pf management. There are over 100,000 now
open. One local piece of information
is furnished by the return, vus:—That
723 of the accounts opened in the Dominion Government Savings Bunk heru
were transferred in Juno last lo tho
P. O. Savings Bank.
 . . .	
Wkat Ike Clly (lives.
In order to comply with tho publio
demand to know what property tho
city bad agreed to transfer to tho
Southern Railway Company, we havo
obtained the required information and
take muoh pleuure in laying it before
our readers. The list is as follows I—
Tho Pleuure grounds, so called, Lytton
Square, and 10 water lots lying be
tween lots 32 and 45; to be leased to
said Company at the nominal sum of
$1 per annum ; and a piece of land or
water front situate between Webster's
wharf and the Royal City Planing
Mills' premises, uud a right of way
duwu the ciry front from tho terminus
of the propoaed bridge toa point below
the lust mentioned premises tu such
other point u may. be mutually agreed
upon, and auch a quantity uf land
there, or in the vfoinity thereof, as
may be necessary for yard room.
Mr. Thomu Ballard, Syracuse, N. Y.,
writes: "I have been afflicted for nearly
a year **ith that most-to-be-dreaded disease Dyspepsia, and at times worn nut
with pain and want of sleep, and after
trying almost everything recommended,
1 Med one box of Parmelee's Valuable
Fills. I am now nearly well, and believe
they wiU cure me. I would n6t be without thtm for any money."   ,
Royal Roman Hippodrome, Elevated
Stage, Three Ring Cirous and' Five
Continent Menagerie.—Tho'advortisera
of this justly celebrated slmw ure
tl painting the tuwn red " with splendidly executed pictorial announcements
of its coming, iti exhibition in tho
wurld ia better, if us well advertised,
and none so completely and tu tlie letter fills the bill. Its roputiitiun of
being aniens the best, tented displays
on the mad is cosmopolitan, and wherever its immense volume of mighty
canvas is spread tho patronugo is suro
to cruwd it tu its capacity. It comes
to us this yoar with numberless added
features, all strong drawing cards, and
many of them never before presented
to an American audience. Their bare
back equestrians, both malo and female,
are marvellous performers; and the
hippodrome attractions aro as exciting
as they aro realistic. The shuw will
be here Friday, August 17th.
Use Methodist rie-nle.
The annual Methodist Sunday school
pic-nic, which was held yesterday on Mr. Eirington's place on
the North Arm, is pronounced to
liave been a grand success. Fully
100 people, between young and old,
went frum thia city and were joined at
their destination by a considerable
number of the residents of tho Delta
Hats. Although the sky was cloudy
the weather throughout tho day was
very pleasant. When all were assembled in Mr. Errington's field a magnificent lunch waa prepared by the
ladies, and spread on the gran. After
all parties, from the least tu tlio
greatest, had well satisfied themselves
with tho various delicacies, a number
of games and sports wero indulged in,
which occupied the greater portion ofi
the aftornrron. Abuut 5 o'clock another "spread" was prepared which
aeemed tu be equally as well relished
os the fint. This would almost verify
the old saying that the appetite ia increased at times by what it feeds on.
The party arrived here shortly after 7
o'clock highly delighted with tho days'
enjoyment.
 ►M	
Tke Mainland Tanner?.
Among the industries of Westminster which is buUding up a large trade
with other portions of the Dominion,
ia the Mainland Tannery, owned by
Mr. J. O. Rousseau. The tannery is
situated a few hundred yards from the
Brunette Mills, on the Pitt River
read and occupies a position well suited
for its purpose. About tho most important item in connection with a tannery is a large and constant supply of
pure water, mid this the mainland tannery has iu abundance. The water
from a Uno spring which takes its rise
a short distance iu rear of the premises,
is conveyed to the vats through metal
pipes, and so large ia tho aupply that
the wuto pipes are frequently in uae.
The different departments of the tannery are complete in every detail. Mr.
Rousseau having spared no pains or
expense to make Ins establishment
first-class in every particular. Tne
machinery in connection with the tannery is run by a 10 hurse-pnwer engine. The dimensions of the various
departments are as follows:—Rolling
roum 20x30 ft., bark shed 24x30 ft,
leech room 30x12 ft., layaway
room 29x30, currying and drying
room 29x30. Besides these is the
beam house which contains 0 liquor, 1
bate, 1 soak and 3 lime vats. It will
he seen by these figures that the Mainland Tannery ia of very respectable dimensions. The principal lines manufactured are harness, sole, skirting,
cslf, kip, upper, sheepskin, .and lace
leathen. Large numbers of furs are
also tanned. Mr. Rousseau's oak-
tanned lace leather is finding much
favor all over the country and he
claims it to be tho beat manufactured
in Canada. Testimonials from several
large mills bear out his claims. Mr.
Rousseau ships large quantities of
leather to Montreal, Ottawa, Victoria
and other cities, and has had several
chances of selling his yearly output
to a large leather oompany in . tho,
eut, The business of the Mainland
Tannery is constantly increasing and
bids fair to sunn be one of the most
Important industries of British Columbia.
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Tho singular "caimls' seen on
Mars are sxplainil by M. Fiztmu on
tin* supposition that the planet lias
glacier, much larger than those of
the earth, and with greater, oreraa-
ses and movements.
■end nut
By an advertisement in another column it will be seen that the Mayor
and council, on Monday night, wiU bt
glad to meet any of the ratepayers who
are desirous of obtaining Information
anent the bonua bylaws. This is a
capital plan and no doubt will be appreciated by those who have not been
able to'.-'grasp the situation" from a
perusal of the agreemet and bylaws.
Wo hope that all who have doubts on
any points, or hnve questions to ask
regarding tho bylaws, will lake this
opportunity of obtaining the required
information.
—■_-, , m f... —■	
Senator t'aiilleld on   Ike Westminster
SiMHIicr-i Hallway.
In an interview ut Seattle ex Seuutur
Canliold said: " The route from Seattle will follow tbo wator front round to
Smith's Cove, thence tu Lake Union
and northward iu almost a straight lino
from Seattle until it cuts the Snohum-
ish at Lowell. From Lowell the road
goes northward until it strikes the
Skagit, about half way between Mount
Vernon and Sterling. The line, after
crossing the Skagit river, heada in a
straight line for Whatcom, touching
the southeast eornerof Whatcom Lake,
and following thb west shore for its
entire length, affording one of the
many picturesque scenes along the
route. The directiun from Bellinghum
Bay to New Westminster is almost as
the crow Hies, the line striking the
Fraser a short distance up the river
from Brownsville, opposite Sapperton." t,
" Is it the intention to hcilri a
bridge across the river at that point ?"
"Ves, ultimately! but it is expected
that a furry will be Heat employed fur
tho river transit, frum Brownsville tu
tlie company's dock's opposite."
'" Would it Tbe practicable tu build a
bridge leading directly across the river
from Brownsvillo to Now Westminster!"     ,
" Well, almost anything is practicable now a-days,.but at this special
point the riveriB 75 foet deep and the
building of piers from such a depth
would prove costly, and the breadth uf
ihe river is too great for a single span.
l:p river, at the point mentioued, the
depth is not si great, and a substantial
bridge oan be constructed thero at less
cost." . ,. ( .....
' "What will bo the probable cost of
tho entire road from Seattle to New
Westminster?"
"The estimate is placed at $3,000.-
000, acoording to tho .present plans."
" There is tto doubt that the by-law
will bo passed by the people of New
Westminster. Thoir leading citizens
will hold the most important offices of
the Westminster and Bollingham Buy
line, so that the interests of the public
on the other side will be controlled by
men who are in sympathy with everything that affects the material prosperity and development of the country.
New Westminster has a splendid future
beforo her if hor presont opportunity la
fully realised. With a river that admitsships"ht'large tonnage up to tho
city wharves, and a railroad that directly connects her with all the leading
and growing towns of the Pacific coast,
it is easy to predict fur her a position
second to none among the cities uf
British Columbia."
i'leaaunt us syrup; nothing equals it
as a worm medicine; the name is Mother
tl raves' Worm Exterminator. The great
eat worm destroyer of tbe ago.
Communication*.
Tke Agreement.
Editor Cuixiibian. ■ 1 do not know
that I ean be very pointed in my criticism of the R.R. agreement; but at least
I can be short. Where is the agreement
(referred to iu the bond) between the oity
council and the company! That ought to
be published. Without it the ratepayers
are iu the dark to a certain extent. As
to what is published—contrast the words
of the agreement on the ferrv matter,
with the words of the bylaw. The latter
provides for a regular traffic- - the former
for a railway ferry only, and but ono trip
a day at that.
Another point not touched on at nil Is,
cost of right of m rry, ftc. To what is the
city bound t What obligations, ovor and
above the $1110,000 are we incurring?
It seems to me that ratepayers might
to insist on a clear statement of these
points before they vote for the by-law.
Citimk.
Tliese Aareewiewls.
Roll-on <-iu.mimA'N.—The agreement
between tho. Southern Railway Co. and
C. M. Sheafe A Co., whioh appeared In
your last evening's issue, taken In con*
aectiouwlth the bylaws, which also ap.
pear in yonr columns, Is alt that the ratepayers of Westminster have before them
as a guide in tlieir decision, pro or oon,
for tlio bylaws. I am one of those wbo
have long ago made up my mind to vote
for a bonus for southern nilway eonnee*
tion; but much as I think it would bene,
fit Westminster to have euch u connection, I never could think of voting on a
measure that wsa not plain and intelligible to my own understanding. I have
read It carefully and muat say that the
whole scheme Is not plainly laid bofore
the taxpayers of' Westminster. There
seems to be three parties to this bargain:
1st, the city of Westminster, represented
by the mayor and council; 2nd, tho
Southern R.K. Co., represented by some
of our own citizens; 3rd, the contractors,
represented by C. M. Sheafe b Co., of
Washington Territory, The agreement
between the company and the city is not
set forth. In tne agreement between
the company and the contractors, the
city is unnecessarily dragged into the
agreement, which is vory objectionable,
and should dot be at all. In section
third, according to the. by-law, the city
pays for a steam ferry 975,000, and for a
foundry and other work connected with
the railway »78,000. I can see no necessity for an arbitration, u provided in
seotion three. Westminster has had
enough of that business, Let it be plainly stated at what progress of the work
for which the bylaw provides, certain
sums shall Ire paid. Ratepayer.
Personal.
Major-General Twigge is stopping
at the Colonial.
0, Z, Perry, of Vancouver, waa in
tht city this afternoon.
N, Belleau Clamroau, O.K., returned yesterday from Donald,
Oapt. and Mrs. Robertson, of Vanoouver, were in town to-day.
W. B. Wilson has gone up tu Harrison Hot Springs to spend a few daya.
1. B. Fisher, manager of the Bank
of British Columbia, went up to Harrison Hot Springs to-day to spond
Sunday.
J. C. McLagan, formerly editor and
buriness manager uf ihe Viotoria, B.
C, Times, is at present iu the city,
iiccinii|riiiiiod by his wife. He is en
ruute tu Portlnnd whero he intends
purchasing a plant for a new daily
paper to be published in Vancouver,
B. C, this fall.— Seattle Enterprise.
Late Canadian News.
Quebec, July 28.—At Rio yosterday
two men, Balance and Fatry, ventured out in the river in a gale, and
when not far from the wharf their
boat overturned and both would undoubtedly have been drowned but for
the heroism of Miss McKenzie, of
Montreal, who-, notwithstanding the
roughness of tho water, put uut alone
in a small boat and recovered them.
Qiteuec, July 30.—The officer*, of
tho battery held an at home at ramp
Levis Saturday afternoon, in honor uf
Lord Stanley and family. It wns attended by a festive gathering. The
governor-general has issued cards for a
big dinner party at the citadel fur
Thursday.
Montreal, July 30.—The rumor is
revivod thnt Hon. Mr. Angere will retire from Spencerwood ond assume the
leadership cf the opposition in the
local honse, vice TaUlon, who it going
on the bench.
A terrible plague of grasshoppers is
devastating the country at Se. Bartholomew. Masses und processions
are being held to implore Providence
to intercede. The priest has ordered
the peoplo to fast, saying that God has
sont the plaguo borause uf thoir sins.
Ottawa, July 30.—A new cily directory, in course of publication, shows
the population of Ottawa proper to be
about 42.000, exclusive of the suburban Tillages recently annexed.
Montreal, July 30.—Interest iu the
Danville tragedy has beeu rovivod by
the news that three young men, named
Frod Allen, Louis Perkins and James
Wilson, jr., havo been arrested nt
Richmond, on suspicion of boing connected with tho death of Lily Powell,
who was brutally murdered ou her way
homo from Danville on tho night uf
tbe 2nd instsnt. Tbo three prisoners
wore in Danville on the night of the
tragody, and went homo together in
the aame direction aa that taken by
the murdered girl. Tho murder must
have taken place between 10.40 and 11
p. m., while the prisoners claim that
they only left the village about 11
o'olook. The threo young men, who
strongly protested their innocence,
have been taken to Sherbrooke, whore
a preliminasy Investigation will be
commenced oil Monday.
Winnipeo, July Sl.—Dr. Brett, uf
Banff sanitarium, who is in tiio city,
denies must emphatically (hat M'Gari-
glo has any interest in liis business nr
that his recent visit to Chicagu wns in
that gentleman's interest.
Fred S. May, formerly in the bucket
shop business in this oity has skipped,
leaving Fairbanks & Co., and Libby,
McNeill & Libby, of Chicago, whom
he represented, in the lurch to tho ex*
tent uf $1,800.
Shkhbookb, July 31. -Donnld Morrison, the murderer nf Warren, is still
at large. No ouo dares arrest him although he cornea boldly into tho town
regularly.
Gretna, July 31.—Leslie, a customs officer at this point, hu skipped
aoross the line and is believed to hare
gone south. Ho wu a defaulter to the
extent of between thirteen and fifteen
hundred dollan.
Montreal, July 31.—The will of
tho late John Ogilvie wu .registered
to-day. It amounts to one million dollan, but nut onu cent is dovoted to
charily.
A big fight ia in inogrtss here between the Bell and Federal telephone
companies. The Fedoial company
strung wires on St. Patrick siroot
above those of the Bell, whereupon
their rival nised their own lines,
cutting the Federal company's wires
in doing so. Tlio Fedenl company
prosecuted iho men who eut tho wires
and they were fined by the police magistrate. The Bell people now talk of
an injunction.
Winnipeo, Aug. 1.—The interna-
tinnul cricket match of Ibe Province va.
Americans wu won yeaterday by the
Americana by a majority of 00 runs.
Kinoston, Aug, 1.—Tho Rev. J. W.
Sparling, of this city, has been offered
the position of principal of the new
Wesley College ill Winnipeg.
rises
■Wholesale city Market.
Beet,    per HO lbs.... ...17 009 0 00
fork "  8 10S too
Mutton      "         11 ool 1.00
Hiiles(gT'n)"    4009600
Potatoes     " ,.,„   1359 160
Cabbage    "          9 009 0 00
Onions       "  .MS 0 00
Wheat        "    160S 175
Oats "          ItoS.1,75
Peas "         ,„.. 1509000
Bay,       Mr ton    „ 1100*00 00
Butler (rolls) per tt ,   0 269 0 SO
Cheese; "       0160 017;
Eggs,      perdos.  .....   0 209 0 25
Cordwood I retail) per cord,..'... 8 50 9 4 00
Wlen Baby wsa link, we gave hsr Caatoria,
When aha was a Child, ska triad (ar Castoria,
When aha became Mies' she clang to Castocia,
When ahaliadChlUna, aha gave tbaCaataala
QT. PAUL'S CHUUOH, John Street,
Q Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thomas
Haddon, Pastor. Services every Sunday
at 11 a, m. and 7 p. in. Thursday evenings
at 7:30 o'clock. Seals free; all are cordially Invited. Sunday School at 2:30 p. m.
UNION liOOOB No. », A. F.
M.— Tbe regular Communications of this Lodge are
.    .    . held on the flrst Monday ln each
month. Sojourning brethren are oordiivi-
ly Invited to attend
PETER grant;
Ie23-te seoretary.
Ai
Public Notice!
THK MAYOR AND COUNCIL WILL
be glad tn meet any ot the ratepayers
who may wish to obtain auy lnfoiinnll.ni
with reference In tho Dunlin Bylaws, at 8
p. in. on MONDAY, "dh.lnrt., at the Clly
Hell.
R. DICKINSON,
drums ■     Mayor.
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOUOALL
COT.UMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
«a-Satisfaction guaranteed',      daplBtc
Excellent Farm Property
TOEING 100 ACRES OF N. E. V. OF SEC.
P 20, Township 12, New Westminster
District.
The hull is alluvial tlenoail on a,sub*
Htratumof clay nnd Ih very rich. A new
Barn Is on tho property. Ten neres are
under citltlvutfon, 15 acres partially
cleared, tho Imtanco tin acres) is covered
with vine maple and alder and Is easily
cleared. The Lillooet river passes along
itH northern boundary. Distance from
PortHiuicyiallwiiyslntlon, 2 mllos; distance from school house, K-mllo. "
This valuable property will bo sold at a
bnrilaln.  Apply in -
John i'itzpatrick,
  On the Premlw-s,
Portllauey 1*. O*    ., dwjly_Hm«<;
B. C. Mo&ufflBntal Works
CHURCH STREET.    '.
ALEX. HAMItif PROPRIETOR
The above Works ara reopened and In
addition to the present marble stock
will shortly receive several Monuments of the finest
AHKROERN _ NEW  BRUNSWICK
GRAlrtTS,„.
dwjo27tc
Amos Hudnin, Toronto, writes: "I
have been a sufferer from Dyspoprla for
tbe past six years. All the remedies I
trior! proved useless, until Northrop b
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dys-
peptic Cure was brought under my notlco.
I have, used two bottles with tho beat
results, anil can with confidence recommend it to those afflicted In a like
manner. '
Childreif Cry for RteW« Cwtoria
SILK RIBBONS I
Those of onr readers who would like to
have an elegant, large package of extra
fine, Assorted Rlbbona (by mail), in different widths and all the latest fashionable shades; adapted lor Bonnet Strings,
Neckwear, Scarfs, Trimming for Hate
and Dresses, Bows, Fancy work, ftc,
oan got an astonishing big bargain, owing
to the recent failure of a large wholesale
Ribbon Manufacturing Co,, by sending
only 25 cents (stamps), to the address
wo give below,
Aa a special offer, this houae will give
double the amount of any other firm In
America if you will aend the names and
P. O. address of ten newly married ladiea
wben ordering and mention the name of
thia paper. No pieces len than one yard
lu length. Satisfaction is guaranteed, or
money cheerfully refunded. Three pack
ages for 60 cents.  Address,
Low-ox Ribhok AnKNtrv,
dwaplOyl Jersey City, N. J.
AUCTION SAM5
—-or-—
Real Estate!
By order of the Mortgagee.
1WILL SELL BV PUBLIC AUCTION
at the creiealal Hatel, New. Westminster, the following parcels of land, vial   >
Lola 3, 4, «, 10, IS, 16, b.lng Sab.
divisions of l_ol T, Btoekf. Saw
Westminster CM jr.
Tha H, B. % or See. HO, Towaahlp tt.
Alao I. W. •/, ar lee. SO, Towaaala S,
.Naw Westminster District,
Sale will take piece at 8o'clock
Evening, Annul ink, MW.
TERMS CASH.
T. J. TRAPP,
annul Auctioneer.
e. BVRMES,   -   AUBTHWEER
AUCTION
Children Cryfor Pftcher'sCutoria
JJAPTIST   C1H1BCH.
D  East of  Mary Street.
Hervlccsntlla. in. and 7 ir __	
neliool amlBlble Class at inn p. m. All
seats tree! strangers cordially welcomed.
—Itev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
Alines Htreel,
r.    Lord's Day
Sabbath
l/TBTIIODHT CHURCH, Oddfellowa'
SSI New Hall. Itav. J. H. White, Pastor,
servioes .at 11 a. m. and 7 p, m. Sunday
Sohool and Bible Olass UiJOji. m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays a* 7J0p,m. geata
free; atrangera eordlally Invited.
Fraser River Farm!
BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE.
Wednesday, 8th Aug* 12.W i\M.
T HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY THE
1 mi)rtKHK«e to sell, al my BalMroom,
Fort and Langley utreetB, Victoria:
THE N. E. yh OF HEC. 20, TOWNSHIP
12. containing 101 acrt*-*, In U-pit BJ-Jg«
Municipality, New Weitmloiter DWrlet,
dlHL-snt 3 mllcii from Port Haney. Then
Ih a good wagon road to the property:
about BS acres are under cultivation, and
UNual farm Improvement*. Splendid hay
land and not subject to overflow: alao
suitable for fruit growing.
Thin Is a rtrat-ctnin chance to aequlro
good fanning proporty ata eheap rata.
For further particulars apply to E. II.
Johnson, ReaVEstate Agent, Oovemment
HU, Victoria, or to
Q. BYRNES.
clauBt. Auctioneer.
CLEARANCE SALE!
■:   .. . s~-rr-,—rrr- "   ,«,. _i_y
James Ellard & Co.
Jk.jtr.ja
CLEARING OUT
-ALI,  THEIR-
Spring & Summer Goods!
PRICES MARKED IN PLAIN FIQURES.
LOND6N l|OUSE,        Oolumbia<St., N. W.
dwjly-ttte
«fc? "-  -wjRa_A._E-Z._-_J-
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles A Eye-Glasses In steel, robber, silver ami gold
frames,   The fineat Pebbles made, ft per pair; all sights suited.
Speolal attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learned tlio
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologers in England, and since then
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the best firms on the continent of America, ia a sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship. Formorly .manager for nearly 8 yeara of the well-known firm of Savage i Lyman, Montronl.
Charges Moderate,
Mostbkai,, Deo., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: -*I never found a Watchmaker who did so
well for me as you did whon in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not hero to-day."
-'  dwaplfto
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SUNDAY HOURS.-Morkiku, from 8:30 to 11 o'olock.
AUKBNOON, 1 to 3 o'duirk.
Evbmno, 0 to 9 o'clock.
'   tr PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS will W*-*propu**t-]- at any tlmo during
the night by a competent chemist, who 'aleepa on the premises.   King the night
"HERRING'S druq store,
Colombia St., New Wcstmliislt r.
tlwooflto
Opp, Telegraph 6fflce,
D. S. CURTIS * CO.
WHOLBO-L-     -r   TSB1T__.I1.
DRUGGIST
Sole Agents, New Westminster, It. C.
C. McDONOUCH,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots A Shoes, Hats A Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, Ac.
__t___a--_i   4b   __o_r_p'    S-OriTB.
Great Variety of Houaehold Artioles.   Alao,
OBAIN, 8EED8, POTATOES, LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
S. ■•—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission. asvOrtlcrs
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. dwjeglo
mHB ELECTION OF A TRUSTEE FOR
X 81- George's and St. Andrew's Wanta
oT New Weatminater Oity School Dlatrlot.
to fill vacancies caused oy realcnatlon of
Messrs. Turner and Trapp, win be held
oa TOESDAV We file .lay et Miaat,
IMS, at the Council Chambers, Black
Hair, for Rt. neonra'a Ward, and at tbe
II. 0. P. Mills Hion for Ht, Andrew's Ward,
oominenelugut lla.nl. i I
In oase a poll Is demanded, voting will
enmmcnceatlda. m. of tbe next day and
oloseatlp. iu,
EXTHAOT ntOK I'Dlir.II Hl'IIOOI. ACT, lOG.
"28. Any person registered aa a voter, aa
hereinafter provided, shall ba eligible to
voto nt any sellout meeting holdlnaneh
Dlatrlot,ond In the ward In whioh hole
registered, for Hie election of Trust-Ms;
Rrovlded always, that It shall not be law-
11 for miy person (o vole for Trustees ln
more than one ward In any Oity School
District."
By order of Board of Trustees,
secretary,
New West,, July 17, UN.
dJljrlfW
W. & G. WOLFENDEN,
SUCCESSORS TO C. G. NAJOR,
IXPOtlTKKH AND I1RAI.KIW IN
Choice Family Groceries!
HANS,  BACON   AND  LARD,
Dry Goods,  Clothing,   &e., &c.
ColutMa Street, Mew Wcrtmlmtcr. dwjiysatc
A Rare Chance!
T •SAXE-KMS'? INSTRUCTED BY Mm.
1 OEORGE WISE, wbo Is leaving New
Weatmlnsler on account of III healtli.lo
aell by Private Hale tbe whole of her vnlu
able nd well-kept
STogether with   STOVES,   CROCKERY-
WARE, and all the Vtenalla necessary
r carrying on a  flrst-class  Boarding
ouse.
This Is a good opportunity for anvone
wishing to[embark In tbia kind of Business, aa the whole can be bought as It
stands in a block, for a lumpsum. Tlio
House la conveniently arranged and la
Measantly situated opposite the Catholic
Church, over-looking the Fraser river.
over-looking the jmm
...Jfe en 7 Bed-rooms and Dm.....	
Dlnlnj Rooms.   There, at Ahe preaent
time 7 Boarders, which nut
Increased at any time.
. Further particulars can be had on application lo
T. J. TBAPP,
j_ dJIyMU....        ..     Asowmim.
MUSIO.
\KlhH FftEESK, lata of Beattie, w. T„
•"JL l*U*>w Prepororl lo give Instructions
on the Piano. Will go to the homes of the
pupils If desired. Oesldence-W.R. Lewis,
Agnes atreel. dJIyHOte
CHAS. E. TISDALL,
CUN DEALER,
CORDOVA ST.,   (Orr. C.P.R. Duror)
Vancouver, R. O.
HAVING I-BARNT GUN MAKING
With a leading English maker I am
pnpared to do all kinds of Repairing at
moderate prices,
■ar Special attention to re-slocklng and
re-brownlng.     _,___
•(•UNDID (TOOK OP INOUIH OUNi.
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