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OFFIUE-Olarkson Street, opposite rear
entranoe of Colonial Hotel	
KESatENCK-Agnes SI., opposite new
Baptist Church.   Telephone No,**.
OKWOE HOURS—10 a. m. toll noon; .
to 5j and Or'lil lo S p. m. dnOlOto
H
M.COOPKH, U. A., It. I»„    ;
PHYSICIAN A SUItBKOM.
' n-'IOIS and RB811)ENCE-Cliuroh St.
rrii-xt door.to farmers' Home), near
(ri>linnbUiHI.,New Westmliistfr, B.O.:
OKPinK HOtritS-SWMa.'iri.i'JIoJand!
It:» to . p. ra. Calls In two aiirl oonn-
try promptly attended to. ftstto
WH1.SII,
Room IS,
Omoa IIours-H) 10 4.
mm xm
Colonlnl Hotel
!8tO
C01
ltsoi l,D A Jlc< OIL,
BARRISTERS,
SuliclfORS, ETC.
OittoCH. Masonic Hiilldlnas, New Westmin'
ster, and Vanoonver, B, C.     Jyrllilwto
T.
C. ATKINSON,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, 40.
MoKon.-tlo Street.
'lwfclOtc New Westminster, B. 0,
irr norma* ooi.lt, q. a,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
tinhlt A.cm Monoy to Loan,
Colninbln Sl., ,
ie_to
Now Wirstmlnirlrrr, B. 0.
/-(LOW A, MAVM'HR,
ARCiirrscfrs.'
OS'pica-RoOm E, '
Over Bank of B.C.,
rlnurlltc
Columbia Street.
p   W   GRANT.
ARCHITKCT*
OvrtOK-Cnrner Mnry mil r'l-.rkson SU.
dwfeSeto
nMliMAH It. KING,
.ARCHITECT,    .
BUILDING 4'l'AWD fifavl4*?ok,
SANITARY ENQINEER.
Office—New Mnmrnlo Block,
dwapisto.    "" ■   Woirlintnater..,
ALUKllT J.-tllM,,     
M, CAN. SOO. C. E.
CIVIL ENQINEER,
LAND SURVEYOR anil
DRAUGHTSMAN.
OnrJOK—New Masonic Blook,
dwmhlQtc New Westminster.
w/-
>vu ki:u A CO.,
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
GENF.RAI, AGENTS.
8, Bank Building, NawWcstmltistcr, B$jt
1. Glare. Road, rtrillfaitr*:iieliiM, *?8?'
.._^,:__^.awhiy)ith._ tF*_ ;«J
mi tiiapp,
AUCTIOffEKli AND API'RAlsiU,
.olumbla Street,..
...New Westminster
All commissions, will) receive prompt
and careful attention. Best references
given when required, iiih_r>tc „
L S'1 '     ,-j4-jL-*Ji", r, J. - jUlf-VJl,----*!,
-RAND
DHtl, BSTATB UKOKKUB,
C.nveyanc.r.,Collector.. ... .
, And lnsuraatc. Agents,
Offloimat VICTORIA: Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTERi Corner
McKcnxle nud Clnrhijou SU.
VAMIQDVEl**., Cordova Btrbot.
BUILDING LOTS for sale In nil sections
of Vancouver and Now Westminster Oily.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
sale at Chllllwhaok, Port Hammond,
Langley, Mrils.ul. Humus, Mud Bny.Lnd-
ucr'H Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
and Pitt River.    .    k i
Ma-wand Plant exhibited nnd thejuil-
eat Inlotniatlol furnished at nllourotllcH,
Williams bros;
Land Agents & Surveyors.
[plans prrparro. surveys made
'•Urge or SuiMlp^iiof Monoy Advanced
1    oti (Jooil NocurititH, at Reownatile
ltate-4 of Interest.    -
Vsruu rnr *nte an Frimcr ttlrcr, Above
anti hetnw Hew WMimlBitter.
WINt.UMSHKOS. imUnconntmitpnm-
miinhmtton v.*iMi Intending settler* from
Kmtlun.l ami '-Nowhere, anu have Hpmlal
fiK-llltl'-s fDrWUM'thiumileH, .   ■
Their ult-i ws mo low or tlian any other
•RontH in tlit' ProvliKnt.
OPPfCKs-fjorner nf GrunvHto nnd Cor-
i dovii Hlroiiiri, and oppositeC. P. K. Ntntlon,
Vaarnitvt'i-, it. <'. tlupHinl
TO  CANNERY-MEN.
•DATENT CAN-I'ILtlNQ PROTECT-
I tors can be obtained from my agents,
E. 8. SCOULLAR A CO, Any parson or
iierHons found u.lnp them' without the
iiilttrnt stamp will be jmiK.ent.il.     ■
iljel'lml THOS. LEVI.
| WESTMINSTER -■ BLAINE-
WHATCOM
STAGE LINE.
S. MILLER'S STAGES will make
P.
two trips a week botwoen Westmln-
. -illilBlirllii'.innkl ' "
I'Wlth the II. H. Mali
 Wh
H ter and
Ulnlni>,ma|cliii( closo connection.
Mall Htimo line between
 ileum.    Stnacs LEAVE
. ESTMINHTHR  on  THURSDAY and
SATURDAY at S a. m.! retumlne LBA VE
at 7 a. m.   Eur
■blalned St the
bTdnfal HotcTT myildle
NBW  \raSTMiNSTER, B. C„.-FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 13, 1888.
NTJKBER10.
& SHELF HARDWARE,
of the best makes; t'ross-cut & Hand-Sa-iVH,
I -til the neceatary Utensils for Fnrmliiict
■•• Jt>»>i. Bope & Chain In all sires; Plt-t-ll.
aadTTaln Paper for BnlidinEi Paints A Oils
lta in all shades; Floor PailltS ready to use i Grind
_    i all designs; BroODIS A Brushes lor all purposes;
Traps ef all descriptions, anil' a general assortment of
AcrloaHnral Implements.
0 Special attention given to orders hy mall.
; ,S5Vfi7 «!.!'*■- i^'^'ryWi^r'rWW •*_•_ OQ*>,
liwjfySto
Columbia Stbbet, Niw WnsuiiNsTirn.
New Blacksmitii Shop!
eUNNINGHAM&RAITH
ItoiiKlas Street. New Westminster.
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING.  MACHINE & PLOUGH REPAIRING,
HOBSE-SHOKINO A SPECIALTY.'
WE HAVE JUST OPENED OUR NEW SHOPS AND ARE NOW PRE-
pared to undertake all kinds of Blacksmith Work at Moderate
Prices. Having had i!5 years experience in some of the best agricultural
sections of the Uuiteil States and Canada, we understand our business nnd GUAR
ANTEU SATISFACTION.
Irani
A large stock of IRON, STEEL, COAL, HORSE-SHOES * NAILS kept on
id, at LOWEST PRICES. dilMStrJ
GRANT & MACLURE.
WHOLESALE b ISETA1L DEALERS,IN
BOOTS & SHOES
1 ■* ft   Lj
Columbia Street,
3^e-w? •■;^?^esrts»l*nst^ftl0M '"'6:'
dwjofflto    w
FOR SALE.
TENDERS WILL to RBCRIVBU BY
the iinuersixnt'd up to noon ou Mod*
day lho 30th day of July proximo, for the
purcimno of Lot 75. Group 1, New Westminster Distriot, containing IM acres.
moraorleBfl. ,
Administrator of' the Estate of 'jno. tiin-
djlyaml
elftlr, deceased.
Asylum for tlife Insane.
rj1K.VDI.ns, BND0R8ED "LUNATIC
I Asylum," tor the supply of Groceries,
cli.lliluK, Meat, Yegelablej, *c.j_»»r)he
slcrj from the; lit Auiust utttjo KeSOUl
Jimir l*1i! will, Irs reMlved br*ls_Dsi*
tiirrtminit, ut Victoria, until  irooif '
WKDNKSDAY lire 18th Instant.
. Lints ofthe nrtlolos reiiulrcil can be seen
at llio 1'rovlnciul Secretary's Oglce,,Vic-
inriii, and at the Asylum, New Weattolii.
ster, at. which Jatter plaoe sample* wn
also ho Inspeotett.  ...     Vis   ."-
All annpfics to he dcllvercd'tit "the Asylum without extra charge.
Security for the due performance of the'
contiaot will be required In each case.
JNO. BOBSON,
Proviaolai secietary.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED.
•MIACTICAL ENGLISH GARDENER
d*.r^A.&pg.,flmaS.n.rs
. „ _..,. othetwork of that nnture. Has;
a thnmuih knowledge of  his btislnesK
and Kuarantees  satisfaction.   Excellent
rcfiTt-noos If required. ■'■■-..Ai' '
AddMsa "VV. >.,» this office.   dmli3lto
Provincial Secretary's OfHci
Victoria, Gth July, 1888.
djlyftd
n
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
AuctionSale!
GARDENS.
A PUBUC AUCTION Wll* TAXB
'»      'rseeat the Coloalalla- '
lty of Nev Westminster, ea
Saturday, July 21st,
In the Qty of New Westminster, est
At 8 o'olook In. the orenini, whan tin
flowing Lots will tarataSw)k)ji£:
rdsooewlth"Ea»4
' and uuadnents
GOVERNMENT OFWCE GARDENS.
DIColtA,       r ,'i      ,, r„
Lots IS * 20.
VICTORIA t-IARDENS-Bloeli k     '*
Lots _, 5, 8, 11, 12, 18, 19,20, 80
tV3o.       ,-.
WThe Lets are mostly (Why 192 feet.
TERM!
hammer;
ier cenL en the fall of the
  - ■•--' itha;
-.-.- ..pMeonUn ihrte montl.„,
and tha bnlanco of the purchase money
Inslx months from date of sale.   .
Brordor,
"■    JAMES A. BOBIfJJtON,
Clly Oloril'a Offlw, '     0*¥*0.
New West., 2Dth June, UW.       dfeHtd
THE  CNUER8IGNED HAVE BEEN
appoluted agents for tho
JJ
A.ul.»H.»l»p*t*l' to tmt-te appllmtl-siii
for policies on all good risks at current
Bites.
MAJOR* PEAKKttV,
Real Estate. Fire und   Life  Insurance
 '^&&^^^'
Wm. A. Dtdiooi-JBBn
nm OMIFOMM MU tout
Fris&lepti
..1.- irfr.b.i.J i ,..m
'      ALWAYS ON HAND.
QOODS DELIVERED FREE.
« :'.-■.       djeillc'''-'  "'*'      ''
Coofeta'atioii Life
ASSOCIATION.
Maarniifer t'apltal	
..»!.«
FulKJpv'in't Deposit
head Office, Toronto, Canada
*;'■ Thk Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Beoartty qjSend to policy holders is
\uisiirr*i5ed byTayCompany drtltt**! bust-
be** in Cauadp,
Ithnsnokehei	
•^ell-estiibllshed tine*, hence the pn\]vy
It has no schemes of insurance, but the
holderscunoot lie misled as to tiieirmtn-
,Unnts.
Atn slutonents to tbo public chu he icail-
tly understood, tt* cash statement show-
Ijtri *v*VC&6qbl$&9_t aB4 httw.o^eBs
'Its pusltloitts ascertained uniMitillyfi-oiit
a detailed vHmatlon Tu whMi overy Item
of liability U Included,
ItsuioKCH* tuu htteii unexawuJcd tn
the hMmrftU iMurWH^ir.Cunitdi
It*poMfle*artludlsputab]e HfTortlirfcc
yean, and wuworfeiuthle after two yean*'
tilitence, '   ,
lit* profits are distributed upon au C(|iiil-
able DOfll*. The protlts to ouo clnss of
pdlicjt holder* are uot lessened to stive
Ia«er profit* to any other olass, whieh
Method affords superior odvautnges over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberal-UH-IIIU*! tttm Kesldeiice ami
3. K. MaoDONALD,
Hanaglcg Director.
Ts R. PEARSON
Ann^Mttr-Msrumasm    ...
Ittitmo alUruate. ..):■
OFFICIAL
DIRECTORY.
Civic Ofkickps.—May/avBobert Dickinson: City Clerk, Capt/Hobinson: Police Mugistnitc, T, C. Atkinson; Chief
Engineer Flro Department, W. Corbett;
Assistant, H.Iiead. ■
Couht Opficialh.—Judge of the Supreme Court, Hon. J, P. McOrolght; Ucrjh-
irai, W. II. FttldlnK-Sh*5ff, W. J. Ann-
strong. *  • **   **''
Pkdvinciai., OFi'icEits. — Uoverument
Agent,Qha*. Wurwloki Kcglstrtrof Titles,
IL W. AriristroiiK; Kupt, of Provinclul
Asylum, Dr. H. 1. Bentley: Bursar of Asylum, Jus. Phillips; Governor of Central
Prison, Wm. Moresby: Htewnrd Royal Co-
.... ...... ,»._._,_... „*..._       '....--^y, *J1 ,
,..._  Atft'iJi.. j rut. eftorott: i.'
f>. Forrii
_ .,   ..     ') , niatrvtii
luinhlan Hospjuil, .Chfw.':DlKlL, _	
nitloit Agent, Jno. Sprott; Coroner, W.
DoMisroN Officials.—Postmiister, J.C.
Drjiwn; Collector uf Customs, J. 8. Olute;
Warden of Penitentiary, A. H. MoBride;
Dominion Land Agent, U.B.W. Aikman;
Crown Timber Agent, *-i\i^vHigginson;
Inspector.of Fisheries, Titos. Mowat. .,
- RBPBKHiiNTATiVEs.-Senator, Dr. T. R.
Meltings; House of Commons, Donald
Chisholm: Provlnolal Legislature, Capt.
W. N. Roll; Q. C.
MAILS CtOSE  AKD A&UIVE.
oisosia   '
For Can, Pac, lty.—Dally (except Hunday
und Monday), at 12.45, and on Saturday
(for dispatch Hunday) at 22.  n
For Victoria, V. L, and Western U. 8. Offices— Monday, 11*5; Tuesday. 8.15; Wednesday, 0.80; > Thursday, 8.10; Friday,
MO: Saturday, 8.15.
For Vancouver, Moodyville and Burrard
Inlov-Dally (except Hunday) at 8.16.
For Port Moody—Dally (except Sunday)
ata.
For Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island-
Monday, 12.45: Wednesday and Friday
0.80.
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre and Langley Prairie—Saturday,
fl.
For North Arm and Sen Island—Thursday, 13.SU.
For Elgin and-Mud Boy—Saturday, 12.45..
For Plumper's Pass—Monday, 12.45,
For Nanalmo (direct mall)—Tuesday, 10.
,    DTJJI
From Can. Pac. Ry.-Dally (except Saturday) at 13.
From Victoria—Sunday. Tnesday and
Thursday Ht; Wednesday, Friday und
Saturday, 1U0.
From Vancouver, Mooilyviile and Burrard Inlet—Daily (except gunduy) nt 16.
From Port Moody—Dally (excopt Sunday)
at 17,
From Ladner's Landing nnd Lulu Island
—Sunday, Tuesday aud Thursday, H
r'rom Clover Vnlley, Hall'* P»airle anu
Langloy Pralrl-a-Friday, 18. . A '•
From North Arm and Bea Island—Thurs
day, 12.
From Elgin and Mad Bay-SMunlay, n.
From Plumptx** Pa**—Sunday, 16.
From Nanalmo (direct mallHSatnrda]
POST OFFICE HOURS:
gailp §riti0h Cotombkn
Friday ErealMf, Jaly IS, law.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder nevor varies. A marvel of
,urlty,str«ugthand wholcioluoneNB. More
•oonomlcal than the ordinary kinds, and
purity, strength and wMciQWeMs*. M0re
•oonomlcal than the ordinary kinds, and
oannot bo sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or pnosphato powdf.'i-s. Sold only In can*,
SDYAL&iin-TO POWDEH CO., 100 Wall St.,
owTbrk. Sfely
FOR^ALE.
HODHR AND r.CiT.   PRfOE ONL*f-*«».
Also. RF.aiIll.N0I_ LOT fur tlin. und
ono sultablo fur 1ius1iii>hh only iir*T.'i. Apply
ImmedfaUly to        .1. B.CHirrRRY, •
iljeillml Miiclictizl.' HI.
Tug for Sale!
TUG BOAT Ttt FEhTj COMPOUND MA-
ohlnery» hy Eastern makers.
SfklflRS. BBWICKE A WULFFSOHN,
djtutto Vancouvor, B, C.
Cheap for Gash.
OAfi ACRES OF LAND,,'! MILES FROM
Aj\j\) Westminster, on a wood road; first-
class high land, 100 acres of ltfrom4tofl
feet blaok loam, the balance alder bottom;
good house and out bul lit i ng*. For further
particular* enqulro at THIS OFFICE.
New West., June 80th, 1-288.       dwJcSOto
FOR   SALE.
31HAT VKRV DBSlRABtW RESI-
. donco Property owned hy Mrs. Emma
old, situate at. the comer of Royal Avenue lind Ht. Patrick's St., wilh two House*
thereon.
Also, ONE ACRE OK LAND sltunto between Ititj-nt and aiiecns Avenues..
TRRMsCAsk. HAND BROS.
tljewto
NOTIOE.
fno y
|WK UNDB1W1UNEI) IIAVINU HR-
turned from China, horelty notifies
..... public thnt (n future nny piii'ulmslng
of goods or othor bUNliii-Hs undcrlukings
forthe fltm'of Kwong On Long will receive his pergonal iiiii'iiildii.iinil that he
Sinn* hen authority to trnnsant bushiess
>r tho firm of Kwong On Long,
IKlgut'd],                            IEK COY.
djeirnnt	
Boyal GoliiioMan Hospital.
rriHE
1   so
Ifirnlill
HE AIIHVAL MKKTtNO OP SUB-
kitIIioin to tlur Royal Columbian
illnl will bo lii'Iit In llnr Hurcorvof
loniiltal ntl P. in., THURSDAY, lltl.
July, litAs HunlrrPHH-lliH'i'lrlliin of R_.
port, nml elivlltin of lilmiriiirs tor onstiipg
your.' By onler,
W. H. KEARY,.
Hon.Sl'ir.
■IJIy'ltd
1N^wWo»t„3r.l.Iuly, 1888.
SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY.
Statistics oi? Poisokino.—Groat
liritain is reported to have had fill
deaths from poison in 1886, of these
327 boing accidental, 178 suicidal,
and only 6 homicidal. Lead caused
95 cases of accidental poisoning :
opium and ita derivatives, 82-; carbolic acid, 20; belladonna, 9; alcohol, 7; aconite, cblorodyne, and hydrochloric acid, C each; prntnio
acid, ammonia, aud strychnine, 5
each. Carbolic acid was used by 42
suicides.; opium, laudanum, or morphine; by 41; Oxalic aoid, by 28;
prussic acid, by 26; vermin-killer,
by 18; hydrochloric acid, 16; strychnine, by 14; sulphuric acid, by
C ; arsenic, by 6. .
Another Qukss.—In a paper to
the Paris Academy of Sciences, M.
Jean Luvini regards the aurora bor-
ealis as analogous to the discharge
of electricity in thunderstorms, the
only difference being in intensity.
Both ore attributed to the friction
of particles, of water, and ice, and
occasionally of other minute bodies,
drawn bythe air currents into the
higher atmospheric regions and dis
seminated over the terrestrial atmosphere some hundred miles thick.
The northern lights are most frequent at the pole, where the air it-
bounds most in icy particles and
wliere the field of terrestrial magnetism is most intense,
Flower-Farming.— An important branch of agriculture in southern France is the railing of flowers
for perfume-making, the ohief centre
of the industry being at Orasse.
Among the flowers grown are the
violet and jonquil, which are gathered in winter or early spring; roses,
orange-blossoms, thyme and rosemary, in May and June; jasmines
and tuberoses, in July and August;
lavender and spikenard, in Jfeptem-.
ber; and the acacia, in October and
November, the flowers thrive best,
at altitudes of 600 ta 2-OOOfeet,and
in soil rich in lime and sheltered from so|d winds. The , flowers
are colleotod daily lit the season,
andi while yet fresh, an used for
making essences, oils and pomade).
A New Slekp-Pboduoer.—Sul-
phonal, chemically entitled to the
name of "diaethylsulfondimethylme-
than," is a new hypnotic introduced
by Prof. Kast of Frieburg. Its aotion, Unlike that of other drugs, appears to be simply 'he intensifying
of tho factors that lead to natural
sleep,- and from five ^o eight, and
even ten; hours of refreshing slujn-
qer usually follow its use.' It is said
to have none of the disadvantages
of the deadly narcotics, and to be
more reliable than the bromides, It
is claimed to be entirely free from
harmful or unpleasant effects, and
to retain its efficacy even when used
for a loni.Mriorl. • |(^jfc alreadj*
proved valuable in the treatment of
mental disorders,   i     >       Tt~)
Burning the Dead.—Cremation
was proposed in Italy in 1866, experimented upon in 1871, illustrated
in 1873, and advocated by Sir Henry
Thompson as a desirable 'substitute
for burial in 1874. One ore-nation
at Breslau and one at Dresden took
place in 1874; and two at Milan in
1870. ltwas shown in 1879 that
the human body can be entirely consumed, without smoke or effluvia, in
about an libur. In the** ten years
ending with 1886 there were 461
cremations at Milan ; and at Gotha
473 bodfes wore burned between
January 1, 1879, and October 31,
1887. There are now cremation
societies in Denmark, Belgium,
Switzerland, Holland, Sweden, Norway, France, England, and various
pui'Mi of the.United States. Cremation is especially recommended
wlierir death has' occurred from
small iinx.si'iirli'l, fever, or diphtheria.
Advantages of Electricity.-—
This summary of the advantages of
electrio motors in ships and forts
over steam, pneumatic and hydraulic engines, is given by Lieut. B. A,
Fiske: 1. They are more simple.
2. They are more durable. II.
They are more quiet. 4. They are
mom clean, fi. They have no
smell, li, They require leu attention. 7,, They avoid the troub'e-
soinri and very expensive operation
of leudiug stenm and water pipes
through a ship. -8. The wires take
up much less space than pipes. 9,
A water or steam pipe presents a
much larger target than a wire, and
is therefore more liable to be struck
inaction. 10. If a pipe is struok
in action, the deck is filled with
scalding steam or flooded with water
under high preasure, and the engines depending on it are put Aor«
tic combat, whereas a damaged wire
can be repaired in a minute by
bridging the gap with another wire.
11. The electrio motor furnishes
tho best known means for handling
guns, on account of the readiness
with whioh it is contolled.
B-Y TELEGRAPH.
Vineral MMlaaier aad Premier Fl.qa.t
Flflila Dotl. Bath ar. Hcuailcit
aad B.alaager Is Placed
Bar. de i'oinliat.
Khtg Milan (Bala HU Soa—laawiaraats
r.r Brltlih t'snuuf,la.-silll Attack-
las Maek.aslr.
MST NIGHT'S DKSP1ICIIKS.
THE PARNELL   AFPAI11   TO   UK   INVESTIGATED.
London, July 12.—In the house uf
commons to-dsy Mr. Parnell asked the
government to grant a select committee
ot lho house of commons to investigate
the charges made againat him in the
nine,. Mr. W. H. Smith replied that
the government maintained its opinion
tbat a tribunal suoh as Mr. Parnell
proposed would be incompetent to deal
with the question he raised, but he
said that the' government were willing
to pass an act appointing a commission
wiiolly consisting of judge! fully empowered to enquire into the allegations
and charges made against certain mem
bets of parliament by the -Times. Mr.
Parnell then asked if Mr. Smith intended to place on the paper the terms
of the motion he proposed. Mr. Smith
replied if Mr. Parnell accepted hia
offer he would put on the paper a
notice of motion asking leave of the
house to bring in suoh a bill. Mr.
Gladstone said it was desirable for Mr.
Smith to do this ia order that the
house might see the exact terms of the
motion. Hr. Smith said it would bo
done. Mr. Parnell accepts tho government's proposal for the appointment of a commission to investigate
the Times' charges sgainst him. He
will, however, subject Ihe judges ap
pointed to rigid conditions and restrict
the scope of the enquiry.
STILL ATTACKING MACKENZIE.
Berlin, July 16.—The excitement
created through Germany by the ro-
Eirts of the doctors who attended the
te Kaiser Frederick is intense and
their criticism of Dr. Mackenzie', conduct of the case form the sole topic
of conversation. The A'rtru-; Zeiiiim.
writer comments nn the reports which
overwhelm Dr. Mackenzie with invectives. To Ibe question why the
German doctors did not attempt to
save the royal patient from Dr. Mackenzie, the National Zeitimg responds
thst according to Prussian principles,
their official position in the tragedy
prevented them from making an appeal
to the Kaiser William while the sick
man was at San Remo and one of their
number stated the case to him without
reserve. His Majesty wss deeply distressed by the recital of the circum-
atanoes and answered, "my son is 66
yean of age and right of final decision
regarding his medical treatment can't
be takeu from him.".
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TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
Children Cry for-PitoWiCotoHt
SEND TOOR CASLI8.
New Yorx, Jaly 13.-A
will
leave Hong Kong oa Monday p. m. next
for Fort Darwin. Direct telegrams to
catch this vessel should be despatched
from London not later tlian 8 p. in. on
Sunday evening. His pauage fran Hong
Kong to Port Darwin, Australia, occupies about 9 days.
UNO MILAN OEIS HIS SON.
; Berlin, July IS.—A dispatch from
Wiesbaden slates that, tho Servian
' crown prince Alexander waa. taken to
Belgrade at noon to-day end tbat
Queen Natalie will be expelled from
Germany. A later dispatch -says an
officer and 20 policemen entered Queen
Natalie's Villa at 10 this morning, and
soon reappeared with the crown prince
and a lady of honor. Buth won. bundled into a dose carriage and handed
over to King Milan's plenipotentiaries
at the railway station. The party at
once boarded the train and atarted for
Belgrade. It is believed the "queen
'offered nq resistance to the police. The
prince was loudly cheered by the large
crowd assembled lo witness his
departure.
TRE BURLINGTON I'ONSPIRACV.
Chicago, July 1,1.—At 10.30 this
morning none of the prisoners in the
alleged conspiracy caso instituted by tlie
O. B. & Q. It. R. officials had appeared
to answer to the charges before commissioner Hayne, althouith J. Q. Wii-
Son, Thos. Brodetick, John A. Howies,
. H. Bawrresen and Geni-ge Gorling
had been waiting in the cage in the V.
S. marshal's office'for more than an
hour It wns hinted that Alex. Smith,
from whom important disclosures wero
expected, wus in a private sweat box
at the Burlington headquarters undergoing a vigorous pumping.   -
HHK IN DIAMOND MINES.
London, IS.-A later cable from the
Cape of Oood Hope staled that the lire
in Deber's diamond mine at Kimberly
has been extinguished and an exploring party descended the mine and report. (I whites and 200 natives burned
to death.    ."
ADJOURNED INQUEST.
Dublin, July 13.--The inquest unw
holding at Mitchellstown on the death
nf Mr. Mandevi'le, which is alleged In
have teen.oaused try ill treatment in
Tullainore'j.il, has-been adjourned
until next Tuesday,
IMMIGRANTS.
Winnipeg, July 13.—3000 Ioelandon
nrrived in the city list evening.
TOR BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Winnipeo, Man., July 13.—One
hundred and seven through passengers
arrived on the eastern train this morning en route to British Oolumhia.
BOULANGER AND FLOUQUET TIGHT*
Paris, July 13.—Premier Flouquet
and General Boulanger fought a duel
thb a. in. Both were slightly wounded.
The duel took place at ten o'clock and
the weapons usod wero swords. Tho
duelling ground was on Count Dillon's
estate at Neuilly a short distance front
Paris,  General Boulanger was wounded
In the arm and neck, Flouquet escaped
with a slight scratch on the hand. The
members of the ministry awaited the re.
suit of the duel at the residence of Premier Flouquet and when that gentleman
returned he received a perfect ovation.
Only a small crowd was awatlug MM return of Uoulangcr. .        ■- - .uiu ' ■■
THE OEEAT I'RENUH DUEL.  ,
Paris, July 13.—Later partJaulan of
the Boulanger-Flouquet dual aaya General Boulanger lost considerable blood,;
from a sword thrust through the neck,
but it is not yet known how seriously lie
is hurt. The general was accompanied
by M- M, Lc'Hcrrissse and Larsant. M.
riouuuet was seconded by Messieurs
Clemenceau and Perrn, The duel
lasted only four minutes.. Bonlanger '
seemed excited and exhibited, oeasuer-
able nervousness. He node several
passes at M. Flouquet wbo was pale and.
equally as excited. M, Flouquet lian-
dledhuswordina very awkward manner.
After some half dozen passes Boulanger
made a desperate dash at Flouquet who
thrnat bis sword out and held it at arms
length. Almost .at' the aame moment
General Bonlonger received the point of
his antagonists weapon in the
neck. The general staggered placed
his hands to bis wound and
fell unconscious in the arms of M. M.
LeHerrisse. Larsant, a doctor who
was present, at once bandaged the
throat of the wounded-man; but thai
flow of blood was only partly checked. ■
The general was carried from the field,-,
and nothing definite could be learned
of the injuries. The affair was kept a
profound seeiet from everyone exoept
the principals and seconds. The news
of the duel caused a profound sensation
in Paris. Eye-witnesses of the affair
say that General Boulanger fought desperately and displayed muoh feeling.
He tried very hard to kill his antagonist. He threw himself again and again
on Floquet, making desperate lungea
with hla sword at every onslaught.
Both duelists refused to stop at the request of their seconds, when Mr. Floquet. hand was cut. General Boulsnger's wound in the neck is thought to
be serious. M. Floquet received
slight wounds on the chest, hand and
foot.
Laic Canadian News.
Quebec, July 5.—Under the new -
orderof things between the ship laborers aud merchant-!, the. stevedores will
apparently be wined, out. ..All venule
are to bounded by the day under the
superintendence of foremen.
Toronto, July, 8.—The authorities
aro booming things here in the inter
est of temperance and a number of
liquor cases occupied tke attention of
'the police-magtenle this morning,
Thos, Kyllie, a bartender in the Albion
hotel, was fined (20 and costs for selling liquor after hours. John Hanlan,
one of the victims of the Island raid
laat Saturday, waa also fined 120 for.
selling liquor on the Island, and Wm.
Ward, chanted with a similar offence,
waa remanded till the 10th inst.
Toronto, July 7.-*-A well-to-do
bricklayer named Dixon about 44
years of i
with Mrs-
She leaves I
husband.'"
, . Belleville, July 8.—Matthew Leonard, a farmer of Tyendinaga, Was
found yesterday lying 'fatally burned
in a (allow which was being burned.
It is supposed he waa overcome by the
heat or fell in a fit.   ,
Toronto, July 8— Tho remains of
W. Flack, drowned while attempting
to navigate the rapida of the Niagara
rivor, was interred here yosterday, the
Knights of Pythias having charge of
the funeral. " - wl I
Halifax, July 7.—Au effort is being
nude to induce Governor-General
Stanley to visit Halifax in August during tbe progress of the.- WorM'e. Pair
in aid of the Victoria School of Design. ,
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rflviiiJuri- Satis gritwh Columbian
Friday Bvealtai. Jaly 13. ■<**•
The oloctioita in Manitoba havo
resulted in «ubh a viotbry for tbe
liberals wjrtch even the most sanguine among their leaders could
hardly have expected. Out of a
houae of 36 members it is not expected the opjxwition will have more
than Six.' wHile the Liberals
throughout Oanada will no doubt
be glad to claim this result as a
marked ondorsation of Liberal principles and polioy, fnin what we oan
learn, (he campaign, though inevitably drifting into a Grit and Tory
contest, waa really fought out on
local issues apart from politics and
parties altogether. The question
which bas been agitating Manitoba
lately more than any other, perhaps,
i> tho railway question, moro particularly in the matter of branch lines
to the American boundary. Our
readers are all familiar with the
emphatic protests and desperate and
manly struggles of the prairie provinoe against the obnoxious and oppress! vedis allowance measures of the
Dominion government. Norquay,
the leader of the presont badly demoralized opposition, Wat premier
and loader of the government during
Manitoba's most trying times in her
determined stand for her rights and
interests against the equally deter
mined disallowance policy of Sir
John Macdonald's government. Premier Norquay and his government
represented tho Conservative side of
politics, and while ostensibly maintaining Manitoba's righteous quarrel,
were suspected of preferring party
to country and playing into the
hands of the Conservative party at
Ottawa. Norquay was accused of
being a consummate traitor to the
interests of his adopted province,
and speedily found the cold shades
of opposition as a reward for his
duplicity, and Greenway, the leader
of the Liberal faction, became premier, leader of the government, and
the people's champion. The general
elections in Manitoba coming on
soon after this political revolution,
the electors have again, and most
emphatically, recorded their verdict
against the party and the men who
they consider played them false when
the interests of the oountry were at
stake. The Greenway government
have instituted various reforms,
among which is a creditable franchise aot, and have gained the confidence of the people in every particular. Their sweeping victory is
due, not to party iuHuence, but to
the united action of the electors, irrespective of party, and in the best
interest* of the provinoe.
eludes that, Vancouvor having received so much adventitious aid, hor
citizens are not so energetic and
self-reliant as those of New Westminster.
The Victoria Colonitt and the
Vancouver News refer editorially to
the Westminster-Southern Bailway.
The Colonist congratulates the royal
city upon the brilliant future before
it, and very truly remarks, in conclusion, "The success of one portion
of the province means the success of
all." The Newt says: "The people
of Westminster have now tho whole
proposal before them, and we think
there is no doubt but that the opinion it almost universal that it should
be accepted, and we believe that the
by-law, authorizing the council to
bond the city for the amount of the
proposed bonus and to take the
other steps necessary to carry out
the propositions, will be carried by
a large majority. As to the ability of
the parties who are proposing to
find the money to build the road, we
of course know nothing. As, however, the gentlemen who are the
trustees of the Westminster-Southern Railway have shown great' prudence and good judgment throughout
the negotiations, it may, we'think,
be safely assumed that they have
satisfied themselves on this point
In view also of the care which has
been manifested by them in the
matter and the patience they have
manifested as regards the demands
of some of their fellow citizens and
the local press that the details and
progress of the negotiations should
be made known to them before the
time bad arrived when it wat judicious to do so, we ara inclined to
believe that the final agreement will
be ib prepared, and the rights and
interests of the oity to well protected, that the results achieved will be
very different from those obtained in
other places, which, after giving the
bonus agreed upon, have found great
difficulty in making the company
carry out ha-part of the agreement,"
Some of our citizen, think they have
been perfect paragons of long-suffering patience in containing themselves
so long without definite information
of ttie progress of the negotiations
whieh have Just been made public.
The Newt, aa above, credits the patience to the other side of the ac-
oouat, and commends the muoh bar-
rasatd and care-worn trustees of the
Westminster-Southern Railway for
their praiseworthy exercise of that
quality which sometimes "ceases to
bt a virtue." The News concludes
its article on the subject by paying a
high iMttt to the energy and inde-
fatigaUtnosa of the WetemihsWr
Board o«Trade. "Thit it not the
first *&■*.*" -ttejt oar Wrtemporrii^,
"that the Westminster Board of
Trade hat been able to promote the
prosperity of that place." The News
contrasts the publio spiritedness of
the Vaneomrer Board of Trade unfavorably with tbat ototirt, and coil-*
Ohanotherfhge will ba'fouBd *•
somewhat extended and interesting
account of the important and significant event of laying the corner
stone of the new Presbyterian church
in this city, which took place last
night. The church when, completed
will be a creditable structure, seating over six hundred, and coating,
when completed, between twelve and
thirteen thousand dollars. Improvements and additions are being made
to the Methodist church dt present,
whioh will about double its capacity
and greatly increase its convenience
and improve its general appearance.
About five thousand dollars will be
expended on this work. It is not
two years since a new Catholic
church wns erected in this city,
costing in the neighborhood of ten
thousand dollars, and presenting an
imposing and creditable appearance.
Shortly after the completion of this
church' the Baptist denomination
finished a very neat und commodious
brick edifice, at a cost of nearly
eight, thousand. The Reformed
Episcopal church was considerably
improved and extended about the
same time, and the church of England in this city have a massive
stone tower under construction to
accommodate a complete chime of
bells, which will cost, when completed, in a short time as much as a
very respectable church. Iu addition to all our church accommodations, present and prospective, tho
city has a thriving Y. M. 0. Association, which has already token
preliminary steps in the matter of
erecting a commodious association
building. All the temperance societies known to civilization have also
established themselves here, and are
steadily educating public sentiment
on the important question of temperance—or, more strictly, of total
abstinence. Among the religions
and moral influences of the town
must be mentioned the Salvation
Army. This unique organization of
Christian workers has been in our
midst ubout four months now. They
have been indefatigable in their
labors, have gained a good number
of recruits, and it is generally remarked that they are accorded better treatment and shown moro respect here than in most other cities,
especially those in the eust. Tbey
ure credited with sincerity by all
classes, their meetings are well attended, and they are evidently a
power for good. The foregoing summary will support the statement of
one ot the speakers laat night on the
occasion we have alluped to—laying
the corner stone of the new church.
The Hon. John Robson, in a shoit
address, remarked that New Westminster, in proportion to its population, might well be called a " city of
churches," and to the speaker's mind
that consideration, coupled with the
well-known excellent educational advantages of the city, furnished the
best possible evidences of its real
prosperity and Advancement, and
constituted one of the best guarantees for its future progress. No one
would attempt to dispute suoh a
proposition, although wc have heard
it jocularly remarked by certain parties that our oity was "too moral."
We are glad to be able to say that,
in the matter of churches and
schools, and other institutions common to civilization, any.one desiring
to make a home in this city, and
finding other conditions satisfactory,
need feel no uneasiness in theso respects. The church building' and
improvements mentioned above, the
erection of two hew school houses in
the city and suburbs thit season, and
the numerous residences and other
buildings going up on all sides, are I
evidences of our material advancement as a city that cannot be overlooked, and we may expect still
greater progress in the near future
from recent railway developments
and from the auspicious re-opening bf
the Fraser River to navigation by
large sea-going vessels.
Scrofula
Is oue of tho moat fatal scourges which
afflict njaukiml.vtt is of tea inherited.
lut may be iho result of iiiptoper vaccl-
-fmtion, uM-t 1-141 iul pr-isun, yntilcanUneas,
' |ud various other catisL'3. Chronic Sor-ei,
Piters, Abscesses, Cancerous Humors,
and, in noma coses, Emaciation and Consumption, result from a scrofulous condition of the blood. This disease can hi
cured by the use of Ayer's SarsapariUa.
I inherited ascrof ulous condition ot the
blood, which caused a derangement of iny
whole system. After. taking less than
four bottles bf Ayer's SarsapariUa I am
Entirely Cured
and, for the past year, have not found H
necessary to use any medicine whatever,
[ am now in .better health, and stronger.
than cyer before.    ~    '        "   "
inuBcruneer.
.,.„.. _„.....   O. A. Wlllard73M
Tremout St., Boston, Moss.
I was troubled with Scrofulous Sore*
(or tive years; but, after using a te-fl
bottles of Ayer's SarsaparUla, the sores
liealed, nud I have now good health.-*
Elizabeth Warnock, hi Appleton street
Lowell, Mass.
Some months agg I was troubled wlrt
Scrofulous Sores on my leg. The limt
was badly swollen nud inflamed, and tht
sores discharged large quantities of often*
tive matter. Every remedy failed untt
[ used Ayer's SarsapariUa. By takin{
three bottles of this medicine the aorej
havo boon healed, and my health ia re
stored. I am grateful for the good it hai
ilone mc. -J-Mrt. Ann O'Brian, 158 Sulll
Mm st, New York. tt
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ver & Co,, Lowell, Haa
Wfoiiei.-ilxbottfM.-N
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3oIabyalll)ruggliM.
sSTOXIOB.
mHK BUSINESS HERETOFORE! CON-
X ducted under the name of Kwong On
Kee, at Ladner'* Landing, bus tills day
heen disposed of to Lee toy, who will assume all responsibilities of the late firm
nnd collect all debts due them. The burliness will be conducted at the snme placo
by Lee Coy under the name of Kwonu uu
Chong. ■ Wd) KWONG ON KKR.
Ladner's Landing, June 28,1888. djeflhra
BECKETT & COT
Brick Manufacturers,
BUILDERS AND
BRICK-YARDS! Fori Banff.
OFFICE*}: i'aracr Cotansbla aad Mar,
tu., New We.lulMt.-r.     dwinhlfflo
WHATCOM & NEW WEST-
MINSTER
FAST STAGE.
TEACHER WANTED.
l DULY   QUALIFIED  T*ACH*I
i. —,__-*_ •„,th0 -yfiWL:%e ■ -
fialury,: $100-pei  _J._.
llios to  commence   first. Monday  ln
_  - .■quired tq_
|h8chdql.
_    __ 18
Yestinfnster
ber month.
ppliei
fust
eretgnL
of July next.
muu   uiiir. ■ nuuu.. .
Jlong lo.£* nent to the
inter tlian noon of Ihe
N. W., June II, 1888.
.,<    T.J. tiIapp,
Secretary to Hehool Board.
djeI2td
VANCOUVER CITY
FoundryiMachineWorks
I^E-J*ROPRreTOlg    OF _.J|I_j8E
       ._„„_,„ _____ _jeir i —
with which they may be favored.
A.N6fcELVIE,
Mct-hnnlcal Manager.
Vancouver, B.C., Sth Hay, 1888.
dwmyiato
W.C. LOYE,
Fashionable Boot and Slue llik
Repairing Ntmlly Dope   Cork Sul«
Work * Specialty.
WOrdeiH promptly attended to.,
Clark■ ou St., la rear of Colonial Hotel, next to Rand Bros.1 offlee. dnelto
110 o'clock In the forenoon.
By Command.
WM.JiOpD,
,    l , RegistrarC.C.
Lytton, B. C, 7th July, 1888.     dwjlyfltd
TUE
BOWN    BROS.'   STAGE    LEAVES
Whatcom for New Westminster every
__E»DAY A THURSDAY morning at
half-past six, arriving at New WestmlnHter at seven In the evening, via Blaine
and Kerndate. ■ Kel urn Ing—leaves New
WeBtmitiHter for Whatcom every WEDNESDAY «i FRIDAY morning, arriving
at Whntcom the same«veiling.
This Is the only .through stage and the
only Hinge making tho trip In one day,
thereby saving time and expense for passengers.
Passengers convoyed to and taken from
any Hotel ln town.
For further Information, apply to
dJelSml JOS. WISE.
EJBALED TENDERS ADDRESSED TO
P the undersigned, and endorsed "Tenders for Bam, Sfahllng and Residences at
T.N.HIBBEK&CO., Victoria.
dwoc3yi
NOTICE.
SUfUKOS OF THE COUNTY COURT
of Kootenay will be held at the following plact =, viz.:
At Farwell, on Friday,the 20thproximo.
At Donald, on Friday, the 27th proximo.
By Command,
JNO. BOBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provlnclnl Secretary's Office,
27th June, 1888. dJo»td
Experimental Farm, AcoshIz, British Columbia," will Iw received Ht this office
until Monday, 10th July, 1R88, for the several works required In the ereotion of
Barn, Stabling and Resldencen at Experimental Farm, Agassiz, British Columbia.
Specifications and drawings can be seen
at the Department of Pnbllo Woaks, Ottawa, and at tbe office of H. to. W. Aikman,
Land Office, New Westminster, on and
after Wednesday, SOth June, anil tenders
will not be considered unless made on
the form supplied and signed with actual
signatures of tenderers.
An accepted bank cheque, payable to
the onler of the Minister of Public Works,
equal lo five per eent. of amount of tenttcr,
must accompany each tender. This
oheque will be forfeited If the party decline the contract, or fall to complete the
work contracted for, and will bo returned
ln ease of non-acceptance of tender.
The Department does not bind Itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
A. GOBE1L,
Secretary,
Department of Publlo Works,
Ottawa, Oth June, 1888. 22Je2t
l^OTT.CEL
NOTICKIS HEREBY GIVEN THAS
thirty days after di.to I Intend to apply to the Chief Coin ra Is-loner of Lands
and Works for a license to ont and carry
nway timber from tbe following desorlbed
land In New Westminster District:
Commencing at n stake set about % of a
mile east from tbe sl ore of Montague
Channel, Howe Hound,on the south bank
of ac-ioek, in a direct east line from the
north end of Anvil It-Ia-nI; thence south
120chains; thence oa-t 40 chains; thence
north 120 chains; ibe-ice northeast J20
chnins; thence went 40 ehains; thence
southwest 120chains, tn the polntof commencement. JOHN .'■■. WEBSTER.
New West., Jnne 19,1888.
dje20ml
A. fi. WINTEMU ft,
(SUCCESSOR TO   It.  KfiLL-l)
Manufacturer and Importer of
1
BOOTS'
SHOES
T A DIES', QENTH', MISSES' A CHILD-
Jj ren's Boots, Shoes and Gaiters made
to order and kept on baud.
REPAIRING neatly and promptly executed,
Columbia HI., VTIulewate't Blank,
djentc Nkw Westminster, B.C,
Rooms to Let
(FURNISHED)
Within Three Minutes of the
PostOffice.
VjioOJtS ALL NEWLY MfRNISHEIr,
W single or en suite. For full pintlru-
lanr, apply to
MRS. E. II. STIRSKY,
Columbia Htrr.t.,
dJeSTto       Opp. Roman Catholic Clmrrli.
THOROUGHBRED BULL
mHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
I    sale his splendid Bull, BONKIE K«V.
which carried off the prize at, the ins* Provincial Exhibition, held ut Chillwlmi-k
last fall. Thii fine animal Is Just two
years old, and Ib a mounter f-lfce fi>r hi*
age. Particulars and pedigree furnish ■-
on application. "Ronnie Roy" In ollei oil
for Kale at a bargain becaime I have nn
room for him,
E. HODGSON,
dwmy28tc Nfituilmn, II, (',
W. E. FAUE-S,
fflflCTlCAL UNDERTAKER,
Embalming a Specialty.
—,._.-, notice.    Satisfaction guaran*-
id In every particular,
dwocitc Columiia St., New Weit.
THE WHITE IS KING
REMOVED!
MAJOR & PEARSON,
REAL ESTATE, JNSITRANCE AND
Financial Agents, have removed
fiom McKenzie Street to their new and
commodious offlees lo tlie
BANK OF B. C. BUILDING,
Opposite the Post Office.  All persons desiring to buy pr hell Real Estate, negotiate
Loans, or I moire their Lives or Property,
are advised to cull at the new oflices.,
' dwjlyltfml    j; $AJOR A PEARSON.
Mr. T. G. Wells, Chemist and Drug,
gist, Port Colborne, Ont., writes: "Northrop A. Lyman's Vegetable Discovery
and Dyspeptic Core wll* well, and gives
the best of satisfaction for all diseases of
the blood." It never fails to root out all
diseases from tlie system, cures Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, etc., purifies the
blood, and will make you look the pic*
turn of health nnd happiness.
WANTED.
TEACHER   FOR   BOUNDARY BAY
School: first or second class,
F. F. RAITT,
Hec. forTmstees.
I.nilnor's LaiHIni!, July II, 1888.   djlylltlt
aTOWXCOSL
OTIOB IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
_. todays after date we Intend making
application to the Ohief Commissioner of
Lnnds and Works for a lease for timbering purposes of the following described
lands situate on Vanoouver island-, east
shore, described as follows:
Commencing atthe southwest corner of
N°
the lease claim nnw held by us, which
corner is a beut one mile south of tbe head
of Stella Lake, I hence as follows:  East 40
__ mail* inw.atinum*ii am     	
chains, south in chains, east 10 chains,
south 40 ohalns, east 40 chains, south 120
ohnlns, west SO chains, south SO ehains,
wont HO ehains, south 40 ohalns, west 200
chains, north 10 chains, west SO chains,
north W ehains, west SO chains north 480
chains, more or |f>ss, to the southwest
corner of the Hastings Sawmill   Co.'*
claim; thenoe east 80 chains, so-nth 40
chains, east 100 ebalnn, sou h R0 chain****,
enst Ifi'f chains to tho west boundary of
claim now held hy us; thence south 40
ehains, more or less, to mint commencement.   Snld described lands cnntalnftig
'21,010 acres be the same more or less.
-. New Westminster, July Uth, 18W.
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District.
MACHINEEY
Tl AVING LATELY INCREASEDOtJR
Jl   connection In the East and else-
wnero very considerably/ we are in a position to give prices on any class of Machinery that nipy be required, Including:
Marine and stationary Engines and Boilers, Planers, Matchers and Moulders,
Buzx Planers, Wood Lathes; Band
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A Sons' ond The London
Tool Co's Iron Working
Machinery,
Brick Machines and Crushers of either
tho Martin or Baird make,
MM) Supplies of all descriptions, including Circular Saws, Solid or Inserted
Teeth, Lubricating Oils, Rubber and
Leather Belting, which we carry ln
stock.
Bteam Pumps of the Blake, Davidson Or
Knowles mako also on hand.
M'Avlty's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notluo, as well aa Paints and
Oils, Axes and Ed go Tools of the celebrated Broad make, Wire Rope, Plumb-
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We are sole agents In this Province for
the JOHN DOTY Engine Co'y, whose
Marine work cannot be excelled, as outfits we havo furnished hore will testify,
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' I..Bd J»tr«*rtiJ^MlilrjWii«li«fac-
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ilitr and* SuMiAaii Land, for Bale.
We oan show a complete list of. desirable
localities.
Farming Land., Improved and unlm-
provej, tbrotighont the district.
Mining and other Stoek bought and
sold.
Honey to Loan on flrst mortgage at
Idw rates. ■        	
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W0ODH, TVINKK It «iUU,
OFFIH, ELLMD'I lUU,    •    ClUIMM SHUT
VKW WESTHIIWTEB.  , ,
dmhUto
FOR SALE.
House tt Lot
CORNED BLACKWOOD /iSO CARNARVON STBEKTB.
One ol the Finest Locations In the City.
. i-iuaa, aasoo.
OMIio very best Quality.
We have also on hand a lot of
Which -we will sell Cheap.
Repairiue,faintin6*X Trimming
At Kcasoiiahle Rates.
BlackimlUdBg ol every description done aatisftctorily thtl with prompt-
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Financial Agents.
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K^Valuable Lots for sale in Ihe City
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rural pronerly should eonununicute wllh
us.
Offlees: Bunk of B.C. building, opposite
postoffloe, Westminster,and HustiimsHt.,
Vancouver. dwapldte
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ANB CCHPAII,
WESTMINSTER.
dwJIyMo
-met,
OF THREE HUNDBB
TY ACBI
'ANDTTON-
House, Barn; 40 acres fenced and under
oult'vatioii.
CT.M.OOO.
11000 Cash i Balance on long time.
OF TWO HONORED AND FORTY
ACRES.  '
100' acres good Prairie; Balance easlljr
cleared.   Good Bam ul other Im,
provementa,
Part down; Balance on time.
Also~a number ot Wagons. Bug-
«»*, nitiilu, larneu, Cattle,
ones,-lie.
CALL ON OR AllDRMS        "
HENBER80N BUM.,
djeljt. CHlUirtritAOrS.
■I1LTII ASD FIillBIIBK BIB0BT.
STEAM.SAtLAROWBOATSON HAND
•wlmslai, Var»r ai« rrlrale Mks,
\^ilh eipeflenoed Attendant..
LADIES   DEPARTMENT  SEPARATE.
T.ri.r»l.»0 t. IMO *ii.**r-
- ■^ileettomAiassl.SuUjn.jd.P.
-need l.l*9Mji<tr«i
Ion rates (ood.for 80 ,__$*_
ualer Ui Ajassla Wallon eniIre-
*.' JMMriflr exenreldn rate, -»*<
iSSir, llondajr,».%"--
 JIttallM. Tli
turn,
'.'ll
eum
ai"itTlroBe»r
MA. McRAE,
Merchant Tailor,
WISHES TO INFORM THE  PEOPLE
OF NEW WESTMINSTER THAT HK
IS PREPARED TO EXECUTE
ALL ORDERS FOR
TAILORING
A FULL LINE OF
English, Scotch tend Ii-Wi
Tweeds and Fancy
Trouserings.
800ULLAR-S OLD STAND
Columbia St.,   -  New Wkstmisstbi:.
—is thk—
FAVOBITE   HOME   JOURNAL
Of Refined American Families
.Everywhere, and the .
iky
IN THB WOULD.
It circulates tn every stutc aud Territory
pfthe Union.
It may be found on the News stands lu
every larve city.
The vast body of lis subscribers nre people of wenlth und culture.
No other Daily published lu New York
City bus so Inrue a mall circulation.
-THE-
WEEKLYGRAPHIG
There la Mrdly m Pail^Aet In th*
United fttatae where at leaat n ttvr
empltse mwm not recel-rei inch weelc
by >r bserlben.
It embraces the bnt features of Tiik
Daily, Quaphic, pictorial and literary,
tor the preceding six days. It la the Invest flrst-class ifiuatMted Weekly Issiicu,
li aold for half tbe price of lta rivals, contains the latest news and market reports,
and is acquiring a phenomenal circulation.
There UK* Better Icllittftr
UrertliliK.
From 41 nw to time we laiue Special
Edltlona Illustratlna the industries and
business opportunities of ellles, towns and
localities throughout the country.
Agents wanted to canvas* toraubsorlp-
lone ln every part of tbe world, to whom
. large commission wilt be paid. Hend
tloni ln every part of tbe world, to whom
Urga cptamwii *■—'•■*   ■*"■**-*
.jt sample copy.
For ratea and other Information ad*
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TH MKMOAll OUAfWO OOMfAMY.
djalHl    N*4lPaTkPlaM,2l«wT*Mli. AFTER THE BATTLE.
i. v. Us alter tha din of tbo bat i\o       : _.
Had ceased In tha silonco nml doom.
When hushed was tbo musketry's rattle.
And quiet the cannon's deep boom.
Tho smoke ot tho conflict had lilted
And drifted away from the sun,
Whilo tho soft crimson licht, slowly fading
from sight,
I Flashed back from oachmotlonloBS gun.
Tho tremulous notes of tho bunlo
Bans out on the clear autumn air,
And thoochooscauB.it bock from the moun**
taioa -, ■*.. ; =';,- \ ■%
Faint whispers like breathings of prayer.
The arrows ot sunltKht that slanted
Through the trees touched a brow whito
as snow,
On ths bloody sod lying 'mid the dead ood
tbe dying,
■ And It flushod in tho lost parting glow.
The dark, crimson tide slowly ebbing,
Btninod red tho light jacket of gray;
Bu another ln blue sadly knoll, by his sldo
And watched tho lire naasiiiK nway.
Bold the jacket In gray: 'Two brother-
Joo Turner, he lives up in Maine;
Give him theso, and say my Inst message
Was forgiveness." Hero u low moan of pain
Ghookod his voico.  Then, "You'll do me
this favor,
For you shot mo:" and his-whispers sank
low.
Bald tho jacket in blue, "Brother Oharloy,
There'Bnoneod,I'myoui'brother,rmJoo."
-Mocking Bird.
I ,T0 AMUSE A QUEST.
The Various Pastimes Proper to a Conn-
try Kesldenco—Etiquette of Carriage
j   Biding.
Now, how to amuse a guest In the conn-
try Is one of the questions which & young
hostess will surely nsk.
Lawn tennis seems to he the solvent, so
far as the young .ure concerned. Every
country place should haven lawn teuuJs
court. Archery bua not yet become' acclimated lu America, but tlioro are clubs
in certain circles which promise a future
for this game. ■ IS
Yachting isa favorito summer entertain ment, and adds much to tbe case of-
country ueighbui-liooila near the sea.
■ The opulent young people, near New
York, who keep homes uud th).*.;-**, whocua
offer everybody ti "mount.," and take
I hem to the hunt, havo great facilities for.
••ntm-taining gue.su. But no incompetent
liiler should evi-i-*,'!•(, otiafriciid'H horse.
An English writer has said n man will
forgive you for breaking his own neck,
but not for breaking the neck of his favorito hunter. But driving inn carriage
aver a good road is by far tho favorite
amusement for ladies.
A correspondent writes to nsk the etiquette of carriage tiding, A gentleman
U ways takes his scab with his back to tho
horses, opposite tho lady, unless Uo Is
requested to sit hytho lady. When he
shuts the carriage ho should put his left
foot on tho step nnd enter tho carriage
with his right foot. This is, however,
mppoalng he sits facing tho horses; If ho
iita with his back I a t ho horses he reverses *
.his process, When the carriage stops he
mist be the flrst to alight) and Mini assist
.ho ladles. Hemust.il! lie*-:-*!! beside tbo
miy who owns the carriage,-.Ui on the left
j uml.
Ladies who own country houses nnd
who entertain shonld learn to drive well.
Indeed, iu the**"-) (Uiyy, when. Utiles drive
ponies in little cat'tsj wo iieud not advise
them to drive well.
Many correspondents ask what is the
best equipage for a young man? A tilbury and one horse is very showy, a dog
curt tho most convenient, a high chariot
very stately, but the two-dented . post
wagou the most convenient for a country
neighborhood.' There should always be ft
K-i'vaut behind.
1 A guest who is united to stay over Sunday at a country house should always
hold himself at the disposal of the hostess.
If aba proposes t plan of action ha should
fall in with it, and yet ho should not be a
heavyweight. He must be ready to walk,
read, write letten*, take himself off if ho
sees he la not wanted, and the best hostess
i Is she who sees to it that, while her guest
Is taken can of, he has no suspicion tbat
hois being ■"entertained." The charm of
a coanttr neighborhood should lie in its
ease, and while a good-natured host and
hostess place their grounds, their horses
and carriages, and their servantc at the
disposition of their guests, the greatest
oan should be observed by thoguest not
to presume on this; to observe the family
hours.
Some people are "horn visitors"—they
have ths tact to perceive when they are
routed and when not; tbey allow the:
hostess to get olt towrlte her letters, they
are gay and amusing. Such a visitor is
In great demand.—M. E W. Sherwood,
lu Now York Sun. ,
r STEEL NEEDLES.
\-Xhs flawing Implements Tbat Preceded
r .   Them.    '.
1 It li Impossible to say who we» the in-
. ventors of needles; for at a wry early
r period rude attempts were made among
various uncivilized nations to form such
i  an article ont of bone, ivory or like ma-
teriala,in order to stitch together tbeir
clothes.   Doubtless our first mother employed such an instrument, along wltb
the fibre of plants, etc., as thread. *■    ■-
But fine needles of metal were ln oom-
mon use among the more refined nations
of antiquity, as the Hindoos, Chinese,
1 Egyptians, Assyrians, Hebrews, Greeks
and Romans.   Pliny mentionsthe ladles
of iiisday as having needles of bronse for
t Hewingand kotttlug; and numbers bave
kbetm found In Egyptian tombs that must
Vbavo been made some 4,000 years ago.
■  Thesteelneedlowtisflntmauufactured
fin Spain, where the^rocesa of making it
" was long kept a secret, whence it was
lirst imported into England in the time of
Quteu Elizabeth.
In 1050, Christopher Greening, at Long
t Cieedeu, in Buckinghamshire, erected
needle works, and thus began the manu-
f tieture of an article forwhich England is
famed throughout the world.
John Was AH Bight.
"Your husband is out pretty tote o*
nights,.Mrs.Cally." . .   .  ___._,.
"Yes, Mn. Dally; his business keeps
i l.ini livte.youknow,"
"Are you suro it'a business? These
I men ain'tto be trusted too far, Mrs, Celly,
I speak from experience,"
-■Well.lgiiepsiuy John is all right." 1
L    "Whnt makes you so confident;*"
"    "Well, be ahiivi's only once a week, and
(then he grumbles' nbout having it to do.
Hodiiesn't give (hr It astbttof attention to
, his personal appearance; Indeed, I have
! hard work in keeping him tidy. Then he
won't put a drop of. cologne On hie hand*
kerchlof,nnd—','•'   /...
1    "That's enough, Mrs. Orftlly. There's
no female in hla cn^r.Uiat's sure.. He'salt
ruin."—Boston Coulier. .    . uX
i IThoso Baby It Was.
I    Mr. Porringer (who has a weakness for
I pretty mirse girls)—"What a pretty baby
' (snapping his fingers at tbe baby and
boldly eyeing the girl), and suoh nn elegant carriage.   Whoso baby is it?"
Pretty Nurse—"it, Is youra, air.  Mrs,
Derringer engaged me tbls norilUlg."**-
PetroiHTreePro's. /,*,';"„,   -___   _. *_j
WOULD YOU LIKE,,A,NEVV NOS^?
if)       .  '    ._y|   ■    ',
A Ronton   Surgeon Who. Makes Nasal
Ov_f-::is of Any Shape to Order.
There can bo no greater deformity than
the I033 of oue'd uose. Any kind of au
organ, whether pug, turned up or flat, Is
preferable to an entire absence of one.
In olden times, men and women wbo
were so unfortunate as to lose this member, unless wealthy, hnd to get on as best
they might, bnt the individuals of, great
substaOco could provide themselves with
.artificial ones of 'iv'dry, gold or silver,
usually enameled and of flesh color.
These substitutes were, of course, awkward and uncomfortable, but tbe victims
endured them because they concealed, or
were thought to conceal, their loss.
In later days surgery came to the aid of
the noseless, and what is called plastic
surgery, or Talicotean operations nre performed. These consist iu taking adjacent
pieces of skin, and twist ing and turning
them to unite with the freshly cut edges
of, the remnant of the original nose.
Plugs of ootton and quills through whioh
to breathe form the nostrils, and the result ie a new nose, but of a.putty-like
appearance, as It has no bridge. Such a
nose, as everybody knows, Is better than
uo nose at all, but the new ones of surgery
were by no means beautiful.
But a wonderful revolution in the restoring of that most useful and ornamental.organ haa within a month or two
taken plucoiu this -city, which,.so far as
Is known, is the first of the kind in tho
United States. Dr. II.D.Burrcll, surgeon
of the City and Ca nicy hospitals, lt is who
bas made the discovery lb the way bf furnishing a bridge for the nose.
At the time spoken of above, an otherwise fine looking woman frdm' one of the
thriving towns of I he state, with a not at
all pleasant apology for a now, applied to
Dr. Burrell for relief. Her d -fortuity was
such that she was compelled to. live a
most secluded life, rarely going but, novo
at night for needed exercise.
It occurred to Dr. Burrell tbat an improvement might be made on previous
operations, and th:tt, by addinga properly
shaped piecoof bone fromaiivtng animal,
a natural looking nose could be pintle.
An appototment was given tbe woman at
Carney Hospital, and au operation was
performed by cutting out the aide of the
mutilated member and turning It completely over.
A young chicken was then killed, aud
a piece of the bratst bone of proper shape
united to tbe root, ot the nose ou the ukull
by silver wires. Theu the flesh of the old
nose was properly pt retched'over t he bono
and secured by ligatures. Tanikiua of
cotton were put In to give the nostrils the
proper shape.
The new bone became properly united
with its attachment, the wound healed,
and the operation, thus far, is a perfect
success. The patient has now', a fine
Kbmau nose, and the only scar Is a'nearly
Imperceptible Hue at oneslde of tho newly
mode organ.—Boston Herald.
BITTEN BY A RATTLEStffri&i
Tho Luxury of Ileitis Dosed with tha Host
Approved Aulidoto to tho Poison,
A correspondent writing from 1-taWley,
Penn., reports a backwoods resident as
saying:
"They tell a story about a tough old
bushwaeker who lived down back of
Schatt's Pond. Life had little charm for
bim when whiskey was scares.
"Once he had been for several <dnys in
hard luck. Ho had been unable to buy a
drink of his favorite tipple, and uohe'of
bis neighbors was inclined to satisfy his
lunging for it nip,
"OnedayhewaspickinghucklebsrHea,
which he intended to exchange for whiskey, when he was bitten on tbe handily u
rattlesnake. He was a mile or so from a
neighbor's who be knew had a fair vised
jug which was generally well stocked.
"The old aoMt dropped his berry pall
and flew across the barren to the house.
Hedaahed through thcdoor.aud clipping
MshaadsahMMi.-v-'iv :-.,     ".:,
'"Gloryhallelujabitfbil mm by a
rattlesnake! Open the lug and fllljoerf
"Abe was scared,and lu leastft^flvto
mtiiutesthesnake4)itteabus^w«j|J^Tiail
a quart of whiskey under Wlip-t Tho
snake bite never bothered him, ofat in the
courso of a couple of weeks'-Ke was way
dowu on his luck sgalu., .-.     <rT
"Then he thought ke"would catch a
mess of pickerel, and see, what he could
do with them as exchtnfte for something
he longed -for more than he longed for
flsh. While hewasonhlswaytothe pond
a man who lived near bysawhl^steat-
iig*cantiouiily along ao eld road; Tbe
' man went out and got close to the old
toper without the. latter having discovered him.
"What was the man's alarm to see a
its head.  Tbe old toper jumped back and
whined:
"'Now, w'et'dyegoan'do that ferr
. "' Why,' replied the man who bad killed
the snake, 'that rattler would bave had
his faugs In you in ten seconds more!'
'"I know it," whined the old bushwaeker. 'Bnt don't ye know I'm piuiii'
ferwhiskiyr"      ''"■ '
Tbs Homely Walter Olrl.
"Come, Ned, let's take tliis table over
«$, fifi feffta^ com, down (n'thfc
the prettiest one in tbe place. I don't
want to go down there to be waited on bjr
that old chrome"       >       .    ,  .
"There, there, my^Wy; yotafmt stop
your iiousenaa«nd OOM along iHth me.
I'vo been grubbing at restaurants too
long to bo fooled by any such tulkastbat
If you want to flirt yon cau get a prettier
girl outside. If you want toeat yoicdhe
here and pick out the homely waiter. -fM
waiter-girl who Is pretty doesn't ban
time to doanythiugelM, ft'stkokomoly
girl who brings your order straight and
gets yo* yottt. dinner' hot*eW>liigle
time," ' '   ' '
fier Long Walt*
An obliging lady customer la a eertain
store in one of ibt two olUso. Triday insisted thai sbe' thrtjk traded with the1
proprietor and not with mere elerks.
"But the proprietor Is not in,1' slid M_o
cletks. -        • '   ft* '■■' "71 tfth 'i .
"Oh, well," wm the reply, "Pll At'
right down and wait for him."
Bin- waited, and as tbe half hours sped1
Bhe grew impatient,   ,
"When will be be back?" she satd, loftily.
"In about four weeks, modem," was
the reply. "He Is now on a business trip'
to Montiin'a,"
Sho traded with the clerks.—Lewiston
Journal,
What WhlilcyCtiatH,
■ Whisky is exp**'ns'lve.  it 'conts n.i.wtn;
dollars aud sense.—Yonkers Statesman.
Your ChitdfiBfi
Ate constantly exposed lo danger boa
Colds, Whooping Cough, Cronp, and
diseases peculiar to the throat asd
lungs. For such ailments, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral, promptly administered, affords speedy relief and cure.
' As a remedy for Whooping Cough,
with which niany of.our children were
afflicted, we used, during the past winter, with much satisfaction, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. For this affection, wa
consider this preparation the meet efficacious of all the medicines which have
come to our knowledge—Mary Park-
hurst, Preceptress, Home for Little
Wanderers, Doncastcr,' Bd.
Hy ohildren have heen peculiarly subject to attacks of Cronp, and I failed to
Hnd any effective remedy until I commenced administering Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. This preparation relieves the
dlfflcnlty of brontliirrg and Invariably
enres the complaint.—David G. Stacks,
Chatham, Columbia Co., N. Y.
1 have used Ayer's Chorry Pectoral
In my family for many years, and
have found lt especially valuable In
Wirou'iliuf Cough. This medicine allays
all in itiitiirn, prevents inflammation from
eiter.rlingto the lungs, and quickly subdues any tendency to Lung Complaint.
-1. II. \V_|lii!3toii,Plainvme,J_ioh.
I lind no medicine so effective, for
Crimp nud Whooping Cough, as Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. It saved the life of my
littlo r'-iiy, only i.ix .months old, carrying
liiiu sulely through the worst case of
Wiipnping Cough I ever saw.—Jane
MaUnie, Piney Flats, Tenn. ft
Ayar-V Cherry Pectoral,
Pi-flparei! by Dr. J. 0. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Uiu.
bul J by all JDrutrgtiU. Price $1; dx bottl-H, IS.
1888.
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ITISH COLUMBIA
OMU COPIES OI* THE
British Columbia Directory (latest edition) still remain
on hand, and will be disposed of
at a discount for cash.
This Directory i.i published
by Messrs. Williams and Mal-
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amount of valuable information
rt-rSpeelirig the different cities,
settlements, and districts in the
province, besides a list of the
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in Canada or the United States,
post-paid, on receipt of $1.50.
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Address:
B,0.
<lwi»Ut«
ig0o,,Ld,
INSIER,RC.
Banes
FOR SALE.
10T-13, BLOCK 3CXXVI, 132 FKET ON
J Ell loo Htreet, 150 feet deep nnd 192
feet on Molnnea Street; oohtalna about
2% ordinary city lots. Hum nnd fctiiblo
on premises with accommodation for 14
horses, harness room, Ae.; good well of
water; garden, planted with fruit trpes.
Particular* on aniillcatlon to
dmylllte W. J. FBENOH.
TI_M:BTj&.BZL._E3
Str. "Gladys,"
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, WILL
leave for Chllliwhack and way places
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, ut 7 a. in., returning on the following dayH, For all further information
apply on board, or to
W. to. TOWNSEND,
dmyltte ri On the Wharf.
SIGHTMiUNDNESS
USE ONLY
N.  STANLEY'S
CELEBRATED
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE-GLASSES.
Recommended  by Leading  Oculists In
Anierfeu.
'      ' S. Xj-2-JLXj A. CO.,    '
dmytJOto AgentB.NeivWestinlnster.
OOVERNMEHTST
VICTORIA BJ.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Of tiro lioirt Makers irr tlio Worlll.
nillE WOlllJl-KENOWNKI) OHOANS
1 nntl 1'IANOH ol -ton.* A llnnilln
hnve arrlyerl, Tiro great HTKCK PIANO,
with patent slistnliiliu: iwilnl. Thfl iiintoll-
less DECKER * .SONS' PIANOS. The
well-known DOMINION PIANOS and
OHOANS. Hnvo also In stock RONISCH
nnd CHRISTIE PIANOS. Plnnos and
Organs noiil on monthly pnyments. i Pianos for. rent and rent implied If purchased.
Call at .
II. Peters' Music Store.
dwje23Ur Victoria, b. c.
PARK RESERVE.
VTOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVRN, THAT
ll the parcel of land described below
has been reserved and set apart forthe recreation and enjoyment of -the publlo, at
{■rovided by section 3of-'An Act toameiid
be 'Land Act, 1881,"' Chap. 10 of 1888,
vl.-s.s--
All that portion of tbat certain tractor
land and premises known on the official
plan or map of (he suburban lands of the
City of New Westminster ns the paik reserve, contained within tbe following described boundaries, that is to unv, commencing at the comer of the Park Reserve at the Intersection of Park Lane
with the first unnamed* street running
north-easterly and south-westerly, lying
to the westward or Melbourne Street;
thence along the westerly boundary of
Park Reserve In a north-easterly direction a distance of seventeen 071 clialns:
thence ln a south-easterly direction, at
right angles to tbo westerly bouudary of
said reserve, to the easterly boundary
thereof; theneo ln a south-westerly direction, along said boundary, to the boundary of Leopold Place; thence following
the lines dividing said Purk Reserve
from Leopold Place, Royal Avenue and
Park Lane, to place or commencement;
containing 87 acres, more or less.
W. 8. GORE,
Surveyor-General.
Lands A Works Department,
Victoria, to. C„ 'Mh May, >83.       Je2ml
—ANY MAN—
Who ts Wcak-t Nervous, Debilitated,
wbo In hla Folly and Ignorance has
Trifled nway his Vigor of Body, Mind
aud MannttodieauRlng exhausting drains
upon the Fountains of Life, Head-
aehe, Backaeha, Dreadful Dreams,
Weakmcsi of Memory-, BashftUaoaa In
B elety, Plraplei upon the Face and
all the Wfltou leading to Early Decay,
t'onsunptlott or Insanity, will find In
our Speclllo No. 23 a Posit ve Cure. It
Imparts Youthtfnl Vigor, restores the
Vital Power in old ana young, strengthens and .Invigorates tho Brains -and
Nerves, builds up tho muscular system
— * - "■■- '•*'* --"-—-■ - --•   *ephyr'
i.  WH
and arouses Into action the whole physical energy of the human frame. With
our Speclflc No. 23 tbo  most obstinate
ease can be cured In three months, and
recent ones ln less than 30 days. Eaeh
package contains two weeks treatment-.
Price Si. Cures gun run teed. Our Specific
No. 24 Is an Infallible Cure for all Private Diseases, no mutter of how long
standing. Sold under our written Qaar-o
aniee to effect lUlure, price iii. Toronto Medicino Co., Torouto, Ont;
CONSUMPTION
That dread terror, a disease so long
.bailing science and the most skilled
physician<i, who knew of nothing to
arrest, nothing to alleviate, nothing to
miru. Now it is no lom-er au Incur-
ablo malady oven wben given up by
physloiiiiis, health enn ver. he found In
OUR REMEDY; it heuW and soothes
the membrane of the l.iiugt, Inhumed
and poisoned bythe ravages of this
fell disease, ana prevents the night
sweats and tightness aeross the chest
which accompany It.  Price j*t.
0URE8    GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medicine Co,, Toronto, pnt.
OUR KLEGAST PREPARATIONS.
Remember we manufacture and are tlio
sole proprietors of the following specialties, mid that they enn he hnd from no
other source. THEV ARE NOT FOR SALE BY
DRUCCISTS. CcirrespundeiiL-e wlctiv con*
ilili'iitinl. (.Vnisultntliin upon nil enrnnlc
disense Invited. ND OHARGE oxcept for
medli-lnfM. All goods md Bfcoura from
ulific vnlton. Toronto Medicine Co., To-
nuitn.Ont.
HAIR  COLORING.
our mngnlfinnnt, prep-iriHiniiK nrewnr-
nuited uerfeclly ImriuleKS, We prepare
tlie folluwlng colorc-Hio liner shades
arise from the hulr lisiiir: lil-i-U, Dark
Brown,.Medium Himvn, QJiestnutt Light.
Cliesltitii. (iold Klomle, Ash or Blonde
Cendree. Send snmjdo nf hnir when oi-**
d'-rlug. Price, $2 per lintl.li-. Tomnlo Medicine Co., Toionlo.uiil.
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordering please specify Wiloh you
require; wo guniuntee tliem to 'give entire
sutIsfuelIon. No, 8 Imparts to the skin
Ihe color nnd fresh hush of maidenhood,
harmless aud cannot bo detected, $1.25.
No. 9 removes wrinkles. SL'. No. 10 removes Liver Spots, (LIB; No, u removes
Flesh Worms, Sl.iV No, 12 removes
Freckles, $1.25. No. 1^ removes PI mill es,
91.25. No, 14 removes Tan, $1.35. No. 15
removes Moles, Si, No. IA removes Pooh*
murks, W, No. 17 removes undue Perspiration, $1.2.'-. No. 18,111) absolute unfailing
■pooltic for the retention, development or
SMonition or tbo Hulr, $1.2,').   Toronto
edtcjjie Co., Toronto, Ont,
THE BUST.
No. 10 In a cmblned Internal and external treatment which speedily develops
or restores tbe fcmulo bust to the proportions of voluptuous limine.   Is entirely
harmless and certain ln results.  Price $3.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
dwuplHyl
Dress-MaMng!
Misses MCDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
»»- Satisfaction guaranteed.      dapinto
City Laundry
JOE   QUI.
HAVING LEASED AND FITTED UP
a Shop on Dallas Street, nearly op-
noHite Mr. Wise'B Stable, is now prepared
to undertake the work of a
General Laundry.
Competent men employed, and work
guaranteed. Having engaged a Wagon
ror delivery, clothes will he delivered
promptly In any part of the eity, Flrst-
class references given lf required, A trial
order solicited. Prices will bo found as
low as In any first-class establishment.
Families taken at special rates.
evOrdeM may be left at Mr. Dickinson's
Butcher Shop, Columbia Ht. djafltc
INDEPENDENT
STRAIGHT, FAIR COMMISSION BUSINESS.
OWNERS OF FARMS OR CITY LOTS
to sell will have their interests, as
well as buyers, carefully guarded In all
transactions, and no extras put on first
prices.
Always have good bargains In Vancouver Lpte,
Correspondence solicited.   -
WM. CLARK BELL,
CAUBIE ST., P. O. Box 03,
dapl9lc VANOOTTTrKlHi.
Dominion Lands;
TF YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
I. Pro-emptron or for rent of Mining or
Orating Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any Und from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
But pay In S«
large discount
Scrip ean be obtained In large or email
quantities from
ALLOWAT k CHAMPION,
—^.mrxcmsm,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OB FROM
THIS BANK 01* BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
dwmhfllo
To San hm Cal
im
BY WAY OF THB
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker in Time tban any other
Route between
Nev Westmiuter ud Eu Mn.
Grand Scenic Route of tke FwlBe
■'  (tout. T"'~l;
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation ol Becond-Clus Passengers, attached to Express Trains.
Fare Iroin Portland Ia Sacramento nnd
San Franoisco:  Unlimited, •_.. Flint
Class (Limited), $N| Second Class (Limited), »in. .     .
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
E. P. H00ER8,
Asst. Oen. Freight A Pass. Aient.
W. At.
DIALER IN
General Merchandise!
NSW WKSTMttSTIIR, B. C.
Hay and Feed
MARKBT.
WOOD &OOAL
(THE BEST QUALITY).
Dry floods, Boots A Mho***,
Provisions & flroeeries.
FARMERS'     HARDWARE,
M-v-ft-ape., mMmm
mM'AA we use no whisky or tohacco'we
oun, by temperate habits and oareful «eo-
nomy, Bci-vo the public nt -npeelntly low
rates. ilvjutdtc]
IMPKRIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CMP'r,
I Oi.u Hiui.inSt. anil 18 Pali. M .i.i.,
LONDON.
1NSTITFTEI*) 1M03.
FOR INSURING HOUSIiS * OTH RK
llnilrlings, OiiikIs, Wares, Mmttliaii.
ilisf, Manufaclnrilig and Fartntiig Stmrlt,
Ships In Port, Harbor or Pock, ami the
Cargoes uf such Vessels; also, Shins Imllil-
lni! anil repairing, Barges and other Vessels on uavlgalile rivers aud canal., aud
Oooila on lioanl such Veassls, throughout
Great ltritaln and Inland and in Foreign
Countries,
FR01I LOSS OR D1MADBBT riRR.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
■fil.600,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and anr; Inform.-
Hoc oan be obtained on application to
W. J. ABMSTBOKtl,
Ag«tf(wK«wW«itmtaitw.
LOOK      XI
THE UNDERSIGNED KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LAUGH AND
complete assortnicnt of
OOT7!
tM\Z.
•LMtM^t
.. __   ... _       _ ._   rue
comiignineut to arrive shortly.'iii   Always in stock—Leather, Shoe Find-*
IllKS &C, of all kinds.   Custom Work a Bpecinlty.
JA9CBB   KOX7S8BAXr,
awjelyl No. 81, Columhi a SrnKKT.
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"OaasoriaH-wwelHrlspSsltoebllclwnBiat I Oastorta conn Oolte, Oeoatlpatloii,
IrocommondltaasuperlortoanTprcscriptlon I |our SWinach, Btoir|-i«Ba, *jf™r<S2!.
taomtome."     Jli.AmmtitLD.,        I ■""fflT- ******
W8o,Oift«<l«.1BnioB7n,H.Y.   | WltLuttoinrioo.
Tmt CENT.ua Cokpakt, 77 Murray Street, N. T.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
1AM & INVESTMENT i&ENCY, Ld.
THOMAS ALLSOP, 1
HENRY  S.  MASON, j-
CUYLER A.   HOLLAND,    )
DIRECTORS. *
HEAD OFFICE, • 56 Hew Broad St. • LONDON. ENGLAND.
The Business of ALLSOP it MASON hu been merged in tha above Company
and will be carried on by the Company from thb date a. a general Land Investment
and Insnrance Agen-y.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates. Town Lota and Farming
Lands for Sale on easy terms,
Victoria, a C, May 16th, 188J. dwjefto
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF BTKKET • TICTOKIA.
AQxnrrrTS pob
North British and Mercantile
Insnranee Vo. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON A CO.,
36 Ffaubury Circus,
London, E. C.
OOME AND SEE!
TTaV
UL t
on Col
W. H. HOLOKN,
AVING   TAKEN   P088E88ION  OP
tbe " Temperance House," /routing
 ilumblnand Church StreetK, opposite
the Gplncopftl Church, and nuw known
M the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publle
•t the following raleti    i
Board per day «-wuH...M...tnH41 00
"      "  week  „,„..,„..., 5 00
SlBjrle Meal*. ™....."    86 .
WLOopd nccommodatlon for Ladlo* and
famUIen,
Flowers for sale
mywc
NOTMOE.
Cuula Uh ImnuKig Co.
PAHTIRH INMIREO IN THE ABOVE
Company; wlnffltrPrcmliiins me payable at Kti.«lt!rn piiliil.'.i'iiu itnvc tht! -plane
ot pnym.-m lliciK'f obnni.t-il h» lliisclly,
Yreeof irh-irco, Inupplyhiit to the. unAct-
sinned.
mtr la-k*. tnaeii la Mil- inuiinc nmn-
dlHii <nnt|iii:i> ;ii maul fiivorublf inlt ■*.
HENRY V. EllMONDS,
iljeatu Aim.NT.
MM Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed I Sale Stables
N"OT10B.
\rOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
ll we havo applied to the Minister of
tlie Interior for a tease for Mmberlng pur*
poses of the following desorlbed land iu
NewWestmlnster District:
Commencing at a stake at the southeast corner of Lot 386,-Group One. ond
running north SO ehains, more or less, to
the Moodyvllle Sawmill Company's timber limits; thence east 40 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence east 40 chatim,
thence south -40 obalns, thence west SO
chains, to place of commencement—con-
talnlng 480 aores, moro or less.
.   ROYALUITYPLANINGMILLSCO.
(Limited)
djelStnl       John Hendry, Manager.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
XNrijr OppMlte tke (Joloilkl Itottl,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
usorbnent of all dutn-iptlons of
MEATS AND VE0ETABLES
Constantly on hand, mid snpplicd to Run-
Hies, Restaumita, and Steamboats at th»
LOWEST PGSSrBlB PMCE£.
CHINA & JAPAN
THE snilSCniBEns AltB NOW PBE-
PAnED to Turnout
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RI6S
At Special Low Rates.
Dnjiiig mti All Sinfs of Teiiinj
Done at Shortest Notice.
tho"lty,
Orders hy Telephone will receive prompt
attention,
■VBtables nearly opposite C.P.R.Depot, Columbia HU, NewWostmlnstar.
djallto      QILLiV BROS. Prom.
WE HAVE JUST REOEIVRDrlargi)
consignment of all kinds of
CELEBRATED TEA,
KmbrnldereU Silk Gaotli,
8hswlB, Screens, Bed ^allta. '
Dressing ilawtt, lie., lie.
—AUBO— rr
Porcelain, Sitaimi*, Clolune,
■rone, Uory, hetitltottl ud
CirlMof Every DeMriptlon.
iMPMTto it nnr stuki nmT nw
CHINA MI0 JAHM.
Hoping thnt yon will honor us with yonr
visit, we remain very respeotfully yours,
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Friday Evening. Jaly 13. IMS.
There will be target practice on the
Brownsville range to-morrow nfternoon.
The itr. Gladys returned from Chilliwhack thii aftornoon with freight and
paaaengera.
The ttr. Bithet lelt for Viotoria thii
morning with 60 bead of cattle, 40 tuna
of freight and a large number of pm-
•engen.
The loading of the Oamana ia completed all but a portion of tho deck
Mid. The vessel ia being got ready
for sea sad iaU.isail.about the beginning of next week.
To most ohildren, tlie bare suggestion
of a dole of castor oil is nauseating.
When physic la necessary for tbe little
ones, um Ayer's Cathartic 1'ills. They
are ufe and pleasant to take. Try them.
The itr. Irving cleared for Chilliwhack tbia momini* with 30 tons of
freight and 20 pauengera. She also
took tn Chilliwhack a fine imported
stallion whieh arrived from the eaat
during the night.
The juveniles of Holy Trinity ohurch
•pure-a .m*»***t*T**!**nfestivnl yesterday
afternoon at the Rectory school which
waa largely attended by the members
uf the ohurch. Financially, the affair
waa vary aucceiaf ul.
Jacob Loocktnan, Buffalo, N. Y„ says
ha has been using Dr. Thomas' Eclectric
Oil for rheumatism; he had auch a lame
buck he could not do anything, but ono
bottle has, to use his own expression,
"cured Iriln up." He thinks it il the
best thing in the market.
One hundred and seven immigrants
paeaed through Winnipeg to-day bound
for British Columbia. They will be
welcome when they arrive, whether
farm laborers or capitalists. There il
lots of mom and opportunity for both
in this province.
Fortify the system, by the uso of
Ayer's .Sarsaporilla, against the diseases
peculiar to hot weather. Thia medicine
induces a healthy action of the stomach,
liver, and kidneys, causing t'lem to prevent Ihe accumulation ol tho poisons
whioh produce diieaao.'
Owing to 0 Battery being ordered
north to luppreu the Indian trouble.,
the orieket match, 0 Battery vi. Westminster, announced to come off tomorrow, haa been indefinitely postponed.
The shooting match with the battery
men ia alio postponed for tha same
reaaon.
Thi salmon run at thl mouth of the
river is improving daily, although
the catches up to date have not been
very large. The boata average about
50 ll_h each per day. The night before
lilt one of the both belonging to Eng-
liah'a cannery brought in 84 fieh—the
largest catch recorded up to date thit
Henry Clement, Almonte, writes: "For
a long ume I wu troubled with chronic
rheumatism, at timet wholly disabled:
I Mad anything and everything recommended, but faded to get auy benefit,
until a gentleman who wat cured of rheu-
matlam by Dr. Thomu' Kclectric Oil,
told me about it. I begin using it both
internally and externally, and before (wo
kottie. wan used I wu radically cured.
Wa lad I* a household medicine, and for
•roup, bams, cute, aad anises, lt hat
no equal."
H. M. 8. Caroline and " 0 " battery
Win to leave Viotoria at daybreak thia
morning for the Skeena River.   The
Svsmmsot have anted very promptly
All natter and are to be commended for m doing. A forte deapatchod
within forty-eight houn of the receipt
el thi. newt ef the trouble it quick
work, when it ii considered that many
arrangeaenta in the enmmutary and
other departmente are necetury to be
got Into thape befew moving.
.*' Pamiujsi's ftm pease*" tho powor
' al acting spseMeally upon tho diseased
organs, stimulating to aetkm the dormant
energfae ot the tytttm, thereby removing
In fact, to great lt the power of
llcta* to eleause and piirffv, that
 s of almoet every name and natun
ara driven Iron the body. Mr. D. Cars-
•*ell,CwiwellP.O.,Ont., wrltet:"Ihave
•HedPannelee'iPllliand fled them an
at medldae, and one that will
ISHeu'
First af Ike leuea.
The lint shipment of canned aalmon
of thia year'a pack, from the Fraser
River, hat been mado by Mr. Alex.
Even the well known salmon packer.
The shipment conaitted of 600 cases
consigned to Melbourne, Australia.
Mr. Even bu now eome 1500 awes
packed and ready for shipment whenever a satisfactory price it offered. The
canneriea owned by Mr. Ewen are now
in operation and if the aookeye run ia
at large u expected he will have many
thousand cuea packed within a few
weeks.
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Upper laaaas School.
The annual publio sohool meeting
wu held at Upper Sumas on June 18th
and waa largely attended by both Indies
and gentlemen. The ladies turned
out in a body which slums the growing
interest taken in school matters hero.
Mr. Wm. M. Campbell wat elected as
chairman and Mr. Patrick Henncssy
secretary. Mr. Wm. Russell was unanimously re-elected one of the trustee
.board. June the 30rh was the day
appointed for chousing the site for the
new school house. The old school
house waa sold and tubscriptiont taken
to aid in building the new school hnute
which is very much required.
Bines Parade*
In another column wilt be fouud a
notice culling a parade of the N. W.
Rifles for to-morrow night for the purpose of inspecting armt, accoutrements
and clothing. Wo understand Cupt.
Scoullar haa received orden to hold
the company in readineu to proceed to
the Skeena to aid in suppressing the
Indian outbreak, and the object of the
inspection it to tee that the company
appointment! are in proper condition
for terviee in tbe field. It it unnecessary tr, remind the men that there
■hould be a full muster.  Tho prospect
of active service ha. already raised the
enthusiasm of the company to ita high-
eat pitch. *-.	
A rumor'was circulated yesterday
to the effect that the investigation of
the deep aea fisheries off tho west
coast of Vancouver and Queen Charlotte Islands by Inspector Mowat, with
the steamer Sir James Douglas, will
not be carried out thia year, the Ottawa authorities having countermanded
their instructions to proceed. Should
this prove to bo the case, it will be
learned with surprise anil regret, for
the survey would havo led up to the
location of fithing bankt, and induced
tho investment of considerable capital
io the prosecution of the fishing industry. If the order to stay haa been
given, the government should be
strongly remonstrated with, and endeavors made to induce them to carry out
the previous intention, for which provision has been made on the estimates.—Colonist.
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Fond «r Ike Jail,    .
Mr. Patrick Kane wu released from
gaol yesterday morning at 10 o'clock,
having completed a term of 0 montha
imprisonment for breaking into a railway car and stealing goods therefrom.
Instead of endeavoring to reform and
lead a better lifo, Patrick quietly proceeded to got comfortably ;drunk and
succeeded in making hia efforta in that
direotion a complete success. Shortly
after 8 o'clock last evening be strolled
down to the 0. P. R. freight sheds,
and, ufter surveying the men at work
there, threw off hia cent and started tn
eject tho workmen from the premises.
Unfortunately for Patrick be was only
one againat many, and hia efforts,
though great, were tpent in vain. Con-
itnble Carty waa tent for and in a few
minutes Mr. Kane once more found
himself behind the bars. This morning police msgistrate Atkinton gave
Kane the privilege of leaving the city
within 3 houn or going to gaol for two
montha. Taking into consideration
the fact that Weitminiter wu likely
to experience a boom toon after tbe
construction of tbe Southern Railway
commence., Patrick resolved to go to
gaol from whore ha oould watch development*, and on his releue be on the
ground to share in the many good
things promised.
Personal.
cm^^.f^*_*c^^
Fraser York, of Upper Sumas. waa
in town to-day.
T. McNeely, of Ladnen, paid the
city a visit yeaterday.
Bon. John Robson returned to
Viotoria tbia morning.
M. M. Kngli.li, of English's cannery,
is registered at the Colonial.
Senator Mclnnes arrived on the Pacifio express to-day from Toronto.
J. D. Humphries, agent for the
Outa Percha Co., of Toronto, it in the
oity on a buaineta vitit,
D. Doig, of tho Bank of Britith
Norlh America, Victoria, is the guett
of Mr. R. W. Armstrong.
Rev. Robt. Lennie and family left
ou the Rithet thia morning en route
for San Francisco, where they will
resido.
W. M. Campbell, Esq., J.P., of Upper Sumas, hu recently had estates
left him in Ireland valued at fourjor live
thousand pounds.   Lucky man.
J. M. Leet, who haa been for aome
time connected with the newspaper
business in the east, arrived from Toronto, Ont., yeaterday, wltb the intention ol permanently locating in the
country. ^^^^_^^^^
From an analysis of over 6000
cites of scarlet fever, it appears
that liability to tho disease is very
slight during early infancy, reaches
a maximum in the fourth or fifth
year, and diininithes every year afterward. Tbo severity is greatest
in thi; lirst two years, lessening
year by year throughout childhood
and adoleecenoe. Females att more
liable to attack ufter infancy than
males, bnt attacks among males are
more fatal.
Is there anything more annoying than
having your corn, stepped upon? Is there
anything move delightful than getting
ridofthemt Holloway's Com Care will
dolt,  Tryltandbeconvtoetd.
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THE CITIZENS' BANQUET.
A large aad Representative lialberlai.
The Unfits of Ike Evening Maly
Honored.
"The most representative gathering
over seen in Westminster," was the
remark made by many prominent citizens as tbey looked at the assemblage
gathered round the table in the Colonial dining room last night. And it
waa, without doubt, representative of
the ability, push, enterprise and capital of Westminster. A glance at the
gentlemen gathered round the table
showed that very few men of prominence among us were absent, while the
majority of substantia! citizens, both
in the professional and mercantile
walks of lifo were conspicuous by their
presence. The dinner, which was
given iu honor of ex-Senator Crintield,
Mr. S. Baxter, Mr. John Hendry, and
Capt. Gordon, wns a grand affair Tho
table was must artistically and handsomely dressed and the bill of faro was
the most varied and choioe ever pro-
videdat the far-famed Colonial. Hia
Worship Mayor Dickinson occupied
the chair and Mr. John Hendry, president of the board of trade, the vice
chair. On the right of the chairman
sat W. Norman Bole, M.P.P. Senator
Canfield and Mr. Baxter and on the
left was Capt. Gordon of the good thip
Camana and Oapt. Hendrix. After
tho really excellent dinner bad been
discussed, Mayor Dickinson proposed
the health of the Queen which was
drunk in the usual loyal manner. The
health of the president of the United
States called far "He's a Jolly Good
Fellow" in rousing style. "The Governor-general of Canada" and the
"Lieutenant-governor of British Columbia" were enthusiastically received.
The Dominion and provincial parliaments was next proposed, to whioh
Mr. Bole responded in hit usual happy
and witty style, showing the responsibility of a member and the numerous
impossibilities expected of him. The
speaker regretted the absence of Mr.
Chisholm, M.P., who was suffering
from a slight indisposition and was
unable to attend. In conclusion, Mr.
Bole paid a handsome eulogy to our
fair Dominion, which wat rewarded
with roundt of applause.
"Tho Mayor and Aldermen" were
treuted to "They are Jolly Good Follows."
Mayor Diokinsou in a few well olios-
en remarks pointed out what had been
done in the put by the council during
his term of office, the rapid advancement made by Westminster during that
time and iti future possibilities, and
concluded by expressing the hope that
the Southern Railway project would
receive the hearty support of the citizens in general.   (Applause).
Alderman Elliott said he was probably the lamest tax ■niy-jfjiil the oity,
aud the. Southern Railway meant increased taxes, but evon so, self must
not be alono considered; on the contrary the welfare, preaent and future
should be the guide of every intelligent nnd progressive citizen, and towards Westminster's coming-greatness he
wu ready:.and willing to lend hii
heartiest aupport.  (Loud applause).
Aldermen Ovens and Calbiok ulao
made fitting speeches,
Senator Canfield wu the fint to respond to the "Oomnnrcial interests of
New Westminster" and oh taking the
floor was greeted with round aftor
roundiof^pplnujo. , Tho senator in a
capital speech pointed out,(ho grand
future of Wostminster, its great commercial' advantages and its splendid
position geographically, both as a rail
road, shipping and manufacturing centre. With the best of advantages, he
said, it should be remembered that a
city is not made by its position and
natural advantages — it mott have
within ita limits an enterprising and
progreuive people. Without enterprise, and lotf of it, in these daya of
dote competition no city could hold
iti own. The senator concluded by
complimenting the people of West-
minster on the tpirit of progression
rapidly developing in our midst. The
speaker took his seat amid great up
plains,
Mr. S. Baxter wade a telling apeech
from a purely,business s'uuilpniiit, anil
urged the people of Westminster to
kelp the spirit of progression moving
until their oity wu the commercial
capital of British Columbia.
Mr. John Hendry on rising was
greeted with thunders of applause. He
spoko briefly on the shipping and rail-
leal intereati and explained the many
difficulties he had met with in charter
ing vessels to load lumber at Wesiminster. With practically no chart of the
river, and the obstacles placed in the
way of one beina made, he found it
almost an impossibility to induce shipowners lo let their vessels eome to the
Fraser. But he had worked hard,
fought off the obstacles, and .finally
succeeded in accomplishing his purpose. Wettmintter, he said, bad made
a fair ttart and it would snrrn be on a
par with ita moit progreuive rivals.
Mr. Joseph C. Armstrong made ri
neat little speech exprotiing hit tym
pathy with the Southern Railway project and promising his support to any
scheme whereby the interest*! of the
city would be advanced.
Mr. Keary aang a sane iu fine style
sftor which the health of the "preu"
wu proposed and drunk, Mr. Glover
responded.
"The Southern Railway" wai proposed by Mr. Peter Grant who said he
favored the project for one reason
only—that it would be much more convenient than the Semiuhumoo trail.
Responses were mndo by Mr. B.
Douglai, president of the Southern
Railway, Capt. Bole, Mr. Corbould,
Capt. Scoullar, Mr. Trapp and Mr:
Drysdale.
After a rousing song by Mr. Rickman the health of "the ladiea" waa
drunk Jo a muat enthusiutic manner.
Mr. Port and Mr. Frrser replied in
suitable terms.
"Our Gusts" elicited speeches from
Capt. Gordon, Capt. McAllister aud
Senator Canfield.
"The Army Mid Navy and Volunteers",
wu responded to by all tbe military men
present. -..       . __
The healths of Capt. Bole and Mayor
Dickinson were proposed In succession
by Senator Canfield. Both gentlemen
gave neat little speeches in response.
The health of Mr. Ju. Punch, Reeve
of Surrey, WMenthueiutioallydrunk and
"three times .tW' glven-*er «ai In
rousing terms. Mr. Punch acknowledged hit that*! In a brief speech.
>»n,« ."'•hing Industry of the Fraser"
..MfoV.^**-*," £" *'*•«•
English and Mr. ku.' ""',... n ... u
&v. Curtis, "Secreta.7 <*.*•*>«*f
Trade," was tbe last health u."»l>k, «»'
whioh a oouple of hours were sj»ht JJ
singing songs, and it was put day-light
before it wu thought necessary to sing
"Ood Save the Queen" and "Auld Lang
Syne." 	
AN IMPORTANT EVENT.
laying Ike earner Ilea, of Ike New Presbyterian Brick thunrk—Some Par.
lleaUre Abtal IhaCdllee.
The interesting ceremony of laying
Ihe corner atone for the new Presbyterian church being eroded at the oorner of Blackwood and Carnarvon
streets in this city, took place, according to announcement, last evening,
beginning at 7:30, and occupying, with
the addresses delivered afterwards,
about .un hour aod a half, More or
leu rain bad fallen during lho duy, but
the sky, which had been oloudy and
threatening, cleared beautifully toward
evening and the weather was all that
could be desired, Betweon three and
four hundred people, representing all
the denominations in the city, assembled at the site of the new church to
witness the laying ot the atone. The
service was begun by the choir singing
the 100th Pulm, being joined by
those present. Rev. Mr. Scouler, pastor of the church then read the 122nd
Psalm and offered prayer, after which
he read a brief, historical statement of
the Presbyterian church in New Westminster, prepared by the Rev. Mr.
Jamieson, who first organized the
church in this city in the autumn of
1862. The statement showed that the
present St. Andrew's ohurch had been
erected in 18114, and also recited the
names of tho first memben and officebearers of the ohurch, together with
the names of the present office-bearers,
the building committee, and the church
memben, the latter numbering 170.
Other interesting information was siren, und the statement was put into a
metal box prepared for the occasion,
together with various coins and banknotes, and copies of the city, provincial and church papers, after which
the box was handed tn tbe architect, Mr.
G. W, Grant, who deposited it in tho
cavity under the stone. Mr. R. F.
Anderson, chairman of the building
committee, then presented the beautiful silver trowel, appropriately inscribed, to Rev. Robt. Jamieson, who, as
first pastor and organizer of the Presbyterian church in this eity, hnd been
selected to lay the stone, Mr. Anderson accompanied the presentation with
an appropriate address. The stone, a
fine block of native granite, was then
lowered, and laid-with due ceremony,
the reverend ind venerable uentleman
tapping it wilh the silver trowel and
declaring it well and truly laid, in tbe
name of the Trinity. After tinging
the 234th hymn, tile assemblage adjourned to the ohurch adjacent. There
the proceeding, wero opened by another hymn, and the Rev. R. Y. Thompson, of Vancouvor, waa called upon
and responded in an interesting and
appropriate address, conveying the
congratulation! of the churoh at Vancouver and alto of the brethren in the
east, the rev. gentleman having but
lately arrived in this province. An
opportunity wss then given for those
desiring to contribute to the new
church, after which and another hymn,
the Hon. John Robson, provincial secretary, who was present, was called
upon and gave a brief but graphic
sketch of the early struggles uf the
church in this city, with which he had
been connected, when for two years
the attendance bad varied from 13 to
20 at the SaMiurh service.,. The
speaker paid a marked tribute to the
then pastor, Rov. Mr. Jamieson, and
congratulated the congregation, Ihe
city and the province upon the progress
and present standing of St. Andrew's
snd the other churches throughout the
city, arguing that such a atato of things
indioated the truest proiperity. The
hon. gentleman was fallowed by Revt.
Menn. White, Haddon, and Lennie,
and Mown. John 0. Brown and J. S.
Clute, all of whom insdo brief and appropriate remarks, and the meeting
was closed by ninuing the 12th Doxol-
ony, the biuediciioii hi-ing prononnct.il
by the Rov. Mr. Scouler.
thu sew ciiuircK xinnce.
The new church will occupy perhaps
the best site lor u church edifice in the
city, situated as it i. on the comer of
Blackwood and Carnarvon streets ou
well-elevated grounds, adorned with
some grand old maple trees, planted
by pioneer handt in the dayi gene by,
making just such a place aa the people
of St. Andrew's. Church regarded With
pardonable pride. The new building
is being erected from plans by Mr. G.
W. Grant, architect, of this city, the
design being selected in competition,
at best meoting tho requirements of
the St. Andrew's congregation. It it
a brick and stone building, modem
{;othio in detign., The .extreme width
168 feet, and the length 100 felt A
tower, surmounted by a spire, the total
height of which it 05 feet, occupiet a
commanding petition on tha south-
wett corner. Through thii tower it
one main entrance, another being by
a porch on the opposite corner, A few
steps of easy gradient lead to a vesti
bule 14x23 feet, from which entrances
lead to tbe different aisles of
the. church at also two stairways to the
gallery over the vestibule, making
every part of thi building auy cf access snd egress. The audience room
proper will be 90x74 feet, and will contain 600 silting,, the gallery Mating
100 additional. The seating it
designed to give ample loom, to thst
really the new church will accomodate
considerably more than 600. In the
north wing and in rear of the pulpit
will be a choir and organ gallery 14x28
feet. On either side of thii will be
the pastor's and choir roomi respectively, eaoh 10x10 feet wilh separate
entrances. The roof will be open
timbered, arched and moulded trusses
the panelling being of cedar, u Uso
tha gallery fronts and all other interior woodwork, which will be finlthtd
in the natural wood. The Hating hu not yet been arranged
fur, but care will be taken to hive thit
Kart comfortable and appropriate. The
eating and ventilation have received
due attention, the former to be done
by muni of a hot air furnace in the
buetn'ent.' The window! will be glased
with cathedral glut   Both InWrior
tnd exterior will preaent a neat, substantial and handsome appearance, and
the edifice will be a credit to St. Andrew's congregation and an ornament
to the City. Ackerman Bros, are the
contractors, and the new chuich is expected to be ready for occupancy before Christmas.
 y**» .—. .
Worms cause feverishneu, moaning
and restleunes daring sleep. Mother
Grave.' Worm Exterminator is pleasant,
sure, and effectual. If your druggist hu
none in stock, get bim to procure it
for you.
Children Cryfor Pitcher1.Castoria
B
APTIHT CHURCH, Aftnfli Htreet,
„j Eait ot Mary Street. Lord'a IhW
Serviced at 11 a. in. and 7 p. in. SttbbaUi
flcliuol audBlble Class at 2:30 p. in.   All
Beats freo; itraiigerscordially welcomed.
METHODIST CHl'RCII, OiUifellowb-
New Hall. Rev. J.H. White, Punter.
'icon at 11 a. m. and 7 p. in. Hunday
SnltiHiJ nml Bible Clans 2:80 p. m. Prayer
MeetiJiy on Thui-adayH at l.'Aip.m. HeatH
free; Htiritn__ers cordially invited.
nr. PAUL'S nHVmni. Jojin Street,
Q OpiHMlte Orange Hall. Rev. TboinuK
Haddon. Pastor, ServlccM every Sunday
at 11 a. tn. and 7 p. in. Tlmrsdny evenings
at 7:80 o'clock. Seats free; all are cordially Invited, Sunday School at 3:30 p. in.
GIRL WANTED.
HIM, TO SO GENERAL HOUStJ-
. work in a private family. Address
,»thi. offlc dJIyUU
New Westminster Rifles 1
OOMPANY ORDERS.
THE COMPANY WIU, PARADE AT
the DRILL BHElr, 8.1.Wiiy. Jaly
lllb. at K p. in., for llie purpose of Inspecting Arms anil Clothing.
E. S. 8C0ULLAB,
Cupt. Ciiin'rl'K S. W. ltlfles.
Hew West., July 19,1888. iljljl-lla
NOTICE.
One Thousand Dollars Reward
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that a reward of SlCOwlll be given
by the Provincial Government for such
Information aB shall lead to the apprehension and conviction of the persons
concerned in the robbery of the British
Columbia Express Company's Stage, on
the Cariboo road, on Saturday the SOth
day of June last.
JKO. ItOBSGN,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, Ilth July, 1888. djIylRml
Board & Lodging.
MRS. GEO, WISri HAS RETURNED
to New Westminster, and will be
pleased to receive Boarders or Lodgers.
Address: Columbia Street, opposite Catholic Church. OJIylStlO
Fire Insurance!
THE UNDERSIGNED1 HAVE BEEN
appointed agents for the
ROYAL INSURANCE 60.
And are now prepared to take rlakn at
best rates.
HAJriHAPKABSON.
Insurance and Ileal Estate Agents,
Bank-of B. C.  Building, opposlto Tost
Office, Westminister. djelttml
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
Have Just Received Direct from the Manufacturers,
-A FINE LINE OF-
While and Colored Skirt Allover and
Narrow Laces,
White & Colored Swiss and (ninln-i*
Embroideries.
New Colored Embroidered Washin?
Dresses,
Children's Chambray & Sailor Knit*,
Ladies', Children's and InfunsO I «•
dcrclothtng,
All styles in Ladles' White & Colored
Aprons. ,   -,*, CT
 in   FXtxailS    -ttlOHT. umiv.-*., rr I—.
Call aad. E-K6x*o.l***i.e. j •-■''-''-■ •'
LONDON   HOUSE,   .
ilwjoisto ■' '   '  KewWentmluHter, B.('.
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK Of? MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &G.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A lull line of Spectacles A Eye-Glasses In steal, rubber, silver uml giil. j
frames.   Tbe finest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; all sights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learned Iii -
business thoroughly from somo of the finest Horologers in England, uud sinue tlm >
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the best Anns on tlm ci.uii-
nent of America, is a sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship, Formerly inriiii-
ger for nearly 8 years of tho well-known firm of Savage b Lyman, ^loutri-iil
Charges Moderate.
Mobtukal, Deo., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Clmiiiiiaii ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners; says: -I nover found a Watchmaker who did sn
well for me as you did wben ln Montreal, and I am sorry you nre not here to-day."
 . . ■ dwapltto
A. M. HERRING^
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SUNDAY H01IRS.-MORNING, from 8:30to 11 oVJpck.
Administrators Notice.
In re the Entitle of- WILLIAM FUN-
OISMOmSONyU^of-New West-
minster, Ilotelkeeptr, Deceased Intestate.
AU parsons indebted to the above Hat-ate must pay tlie umounts of their In-
tlobtedmesH, forthwith, to the ukdkr-
hhinki), and all perioim having olalmi.
Dftalnst the Rtini-u miiHt send them In, duly
proven, on or before Saturday the Ilth
day of August proximo, at 12o'clook,noon.
W. H. FALDINO,
dflylltd Administrator.
CHAS. E. TISDALL
CUN DEALER,
CORDOVA ST.,   (Off. C.P.R, P**wr)
Vanconver. B. C. ,   ,
arm, making
rallshmakerl
HAVINO LBAR1
wilh a leadlnr _.	
lireparcil to do all kinds oi* Repairing st
moderate prices.
star Special attention to n-stoeklni and
re-browning.	
SPUNDID »TOOK OS IIWUSH OUfM.
djlj-Un*)
^TOTZCSi
mHK 8UHINE8S HERETOFORB CON-
I dueled under llio name of Kwong On
km, at Ladner's Landing, bas WIN-day
been disposed ot to Lei oo», who -Jt-lll hi-
sumo alfresponslbllitles ot the lata arm
and collect all debt, due them. Tko business will be eondnoted at tbe same place
by Lee Coy under the name of Kwoiiit i in
Chong. (S'g'dl KWONG ON KBK.
Ladner's Landing, Juno _t, 188S. djeraivfrj
WOTS_DiL0TT5
-Cdiil|SAL^ARIS'lX7*j
AnENTH: T.N.MIIItUM., Victoria,
dwocsyl     i '    I
tr
Aptkhnoon, 1 (s3^pot>W
Evening, G to 9 o'clock.
tr PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS will be prepared at nny time during
the night by a competent chemist, who sleeps on the promises. Hint- tliu night
bell.
HERRING'S  DRUQ  STORE,
ColnmblaSt., Kew Wcsliiiliistt-r.
dwooste
Opp. Telegraph Office.
D. S. CURTIS * CO.
IVEOLaBALII     *•   BIIAIL
Sole Agents, Kew Westminster, It. to.
c. Mcdonough,
(LBNBBOM-B BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
Pro aTi-bit**, jar     .  .
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots A Shoes. Hats A Cups,
Crockery, Glassware, Ac
, . M-rSH'S    SB    BOT>'     MXrXV-S.
!'  bs   Great Variety of Household Articlos.   Also,
GRAIN, SEKDS, POTATOES, LIME ami   GENERAL STOCttES.
X. B,—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission. aouOnlirr.
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. dwjeeta
NOTICE, f
alTIIJjCIH OF THE CODNTY COURT
Q of Kootenay will be held at ths following plaoes, vis.:
At Farwell, en Frlday.the DOth proximo.
At Donald, on Friday, ths 37th proximo.
By Command,
JUO, ROBSON,
Provlnolal Secretary.
Provincial secretary's Ofllce,
37th Juni, 1888. ^ dJeSttd
REMOVED!
mum k reasoH,
TJEAL 1ST ATE, INSURANCE AND
Bi Financial Agents, ban removed
from MoKensle street to their new and
commodious offlees In the
SANK OF a O. BUILDING,
Opposite tbe Post Olllce. All persons desiring to buy or sell Real Estate, negotiate
- Loans, or insure their Lives orJPraperty.
areadVleei totroll atthSn.wo«c.,: '*
dwflyWml       MAJOR A PEARSON,   j
SUGARS!
W.m. WOLFENDEN
UAVE JUST RECEIVED A CARLOAD OK SUGARS
Jil dlrtct from the Refinery, which they arc now offering on
the most reasonable terms. ...     dwje8tc
GIRL WANTED
JjlOR LIGHT HOUSE-.'
djlytto
al Avenue,
:fhcbj;nxk:
aotcrJtxr—
OF    LONDON,   ENGLAND.
One bf the Oldest and Best
Companies in the World.
POLICIES  ISSUED AT  THE Lowest rates, and no combination with
any other Companies.
Wnltt«BoraKi»«Hfc|
DRESS MAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(hurt or Enolaud)
Corner of Church and Oolumbla Htr* via,
NKW WESTMINSTER
urStUlifucLltfu KtnLi-Hulceil.    dwfe7Ui
NOTIOB
A COURT OF  A8HIZK, NISI MUUi
A   OyerandTermlnerudflsneralQaol
Delivery will be held at Donald,on Moa-
day, the 23rd proximo,
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON.
Provlnolal Secretary,
Provlnolal Secretary's Oflleo,
Uth June, 1888. djeliml

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