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 Govornment Printing office
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Stiff -flgBIMINSTER, » 0„ SATTOBAT EVENING, JClt 7, 1888.
NUMBER 5
OWIOE-Ularlcson Street, opposite rear
eutranoe of Colonial Hotel.  I
RFISniKNOE-Aanos St., olipostlo now
Baptist Cliunrli.  Telephone No. 28.
Ol-KIOE IIOUB9-10 a. va. tol2n.oonj.il
to 5; and (1:30 lo .8 p. in,   ' iluoioto
H
M. COOPER, B. A.,H, ».,
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
'. 1-'K10E and ItEHlDENOE-Churcll* St.
(nest door to Fiinnen.' Home), near
ColumbiaSt.,Kew Weetrainstor, B.C.
OFFICE HbUHS->-8to 10a.m.*. ltoSnnd
fl.J»tio8p.m. OallH in town and country promptly attended to. fo2to
F.1
wui.sn,
I BMNTI8T.
r .    Room 18,      ...r ■ -V'-   Colonial Hotel
OrrlflB lloans-lo to '. tWeHto
pORBOIXD <t MOU,
BA.BRISTKRH,
Mif'.ICITOnS, KTO.
Offlirrrn. Masrorrlir Brrll'illngH.NewWestmin
ster, siTift yaiironwr. H. C.     |y81dr*_j|o;
T,
C. ATKINSON,
RAURISTEIt, HOMCITOtt, Ae.
UcKe-\fe'tmse\H- ■■   .   ts  >.•:'
'iw/ointc Ntawtoestmihi'ter,B.,b.i
117   NORMAN HOLK.H. T..
BARRISTKR-AT-I,AW.
r.snr] Agent Money to I/tan,
Columbln 81.,
sc2to Now WoHtioliislor, n. C.
/-.LOW & MACIUtllE,
ARCHITECTS.
OKKII'K ■ Uiinill I'*,
Ovor Brmk'of B. C
Columbia Street.
1
\
n w aitAKT, •
AltCRITKCTi ,.
Okkh'K -Cunirrr.Mary rrrnl f:.;r U.ron St..
ij.wfe2ot«
W11.I.1AJ1 ll. KINO, ,    .
I'. -I     it' -I   :.   '}!li||.ri<J
ARCHITECT,
Bt'II.DINO A LAND SURVEYOR;
SANITARY ENGINEER.
OmcK—New Masonlo Block,
dwapista Wostminster.
ALUKI1T J. II1I.I.,
M. CAN. Hoc. C. E. ..
CIVIL ENait-flBEtt,' ,"^-
r.ANn SURVEYOR nm!
DRAUGHTSMAN.
Ofkick-Ngw MhsouIo Blook,:    .
dwmhl&to Nimv Westminster.
W.
i. WAlKt'K th CO.,
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE nml
,.,-■    GENERAL AGENTS. ..
8, Brink BullrllngH, NijwWobI minster, B.C.
18 Clare Rond, Halifax, England,
dwmyntc ,_   _ _
m y trapp,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Stroet,...;. New Westminster
All commissions will  reeeive prompt
I   nnd careful attention.'   Best references
given when required. in)it2-te
RAND BROS.
rj,E«l. ESTATE HIIOKF.R9,
Coaveyaacers, Collectors,.
And Insnrance Agent.,
Offices at VICTORIA: Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER! Cornor
MoKensle ahd Clarkson Bts.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
BUILDING LOTS for solo in all sections
of Vancouver mul New Westminster City.
PARK LANDS of superior quality tor
sale  at  Ohllllwhack,   Port Hammond,
Langley, Mntsqul, Sumas, Mini Bay.Lnd-
nor'-r Lnriiling, Lulu Islnrrd, North Arm
and Pitt Rivor.
_    Maps and Plans exhibited and the full-
I est Information furnlsheilutallouroateesi
' (e2fltn
WILLIAMS   BROS.
k land Agents & Surveyors.
■I'UXS PKK1MRKD. SURVEYS MADK
VLarge or Small Sumeof Monuy Advauced
V,   on Good JSeeuritiua, at KeasonaLle
f Hiitui of Interest.
I ■
Viirm-4 ror i*n1e on Primer Illver, above
nud (ifjiiwNc.w WfrimtiiMter.
'.      wir.I.I \ MS imOM. uro In oriilRtnitt(mm>
W miml-Mil'i ii wiili Intending Bottlers from
t   Kinchin I and •il.sdwlierc.and lia'**>Hpeuial
.    (millHies tor <*i.WMlt.KHiil''N.
L      Tlielr cluiiKCH tire Inwfli- tlinn nny other
I   agent* in llie i-vnvlncn.
! OFFiOKH -Comer of Oranvlllo nnd Ooiv
ilova HlrentH, nndopponltn0.P. It.Station,
Vmicuiivci-, IS. V, ilnpUml
P TO  CANNERY-MEN.
TJATKNT OAN-KILLINO PROTECT-
IT tors can beobtalnetl from my agents,
E. S. SCOULLAR * CO. Any penon or
persons found uslnit thorn without the
patent stamp will ho prosecuted.. .
dj021ml ** ■   THOS. LE Vt.
WESTMINSTER » BLAINE-
WHATCOM
'ST AWE    LINE.
iTVi. JULLBll'H STAGES will make
I Ll.  two trips a week lietwoon Weslmlii-
■ ster ami BlHllw.liiaklirK close connections
f with the V. 8, Mall Htrnte lino between
I Blaine and Whalooin,    Stages LEAVE
'WESTMINSTER  on  THUfiSDAY and
SATURDAY Btja.m.r returning LEAVE
BLAINE on WEDNESDAY arulWliAY
at 7 n. m.   Further feartloalara mny bo
•blalned at the Colonial Hotel,   myiMto
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
o| tUs bsstmakes; Crosa-tnt 6 HlUtf-Saws,
i and all the necessary Utensil) for Farml-IK!
, Hope & Chain in all sites; Pitch,
_'»per for Bulldingt Paints & Oils
itt InallshadeB; Floor Paints ready to use; Grind
all designs; BrooiUH & Brushes for all purposes;
IPS of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
rents. '■''
tr Special attention given to orders by mail.
'•" s ''^flSjK '&&&&& Ac Ob.,
dwily3t<|7i:,..i,',1,'!^-*i»r^ ij.ilni',      Cotiinou8t»«i,Nkw WrimMiHsnit;-
Iuclu<iiiigTooIi»l]
BtirBeJ Wire for
PuUey BlMks,
Tar & Otkiimi
in nil colors; Iiiqnl
Stones) Wnll Paper
»»1WS'*'
,.     .       * WHOLESALE ft RBTAl£ DEALERS IS
BOOtS^ SHOEa
I   .*,     .   ii .       Binosafl « l I Si
qoiuijiWIU  R_raE€T.
I.T-s'^ir   *,Wr*sStiaal*p.s,tet,,   B.
. . .     ,         i
d.,
W.C. LOYE,
'ii uid Shot Ibbr.
Hepftlrtiiff Neatly Done.  Cork Sole
.-4*      Work m Specialty.
saT'Ordi-ru promptly attended to.
Clarkion St., In renr ol Colonial Ho-
tel, next to llqndBroB.' offlee. dnelte
EMPLOYMENT WANTED.
4 PRACTICAL ENGLTHHOAKDENER
J\  Aenire.n to obtain employment In ar-
l-itiigln^ Kiinlons, liotbedfl, (tower beefs,
Jawns unit other work of that nature, Han
a thorough knowledge of his bualueia
and giiaranteefi satisfaction. Excellent
references If required. , . ,
Address "W. F.," this office.   dnihBlte
Fire Insurance!
THE UNDER8IGNE1>   HAVE BEEN
appointed agent* for Lho
ROYAL INSURANCE CO.
And are now prepared* to take risks at
host rates.
MAJOR A PKARSON.
Insurance and Real Estate Ageuta,
MfiKeiwloSt,,W#stailnit«r.      djelflml
THE UNDER3IQNED HAVE BBBN
appointed agents for the
LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO.
And are prepared to reeeive application!
for policies on all good risks at current
Mites.
MAJOR & PEARSON,     ,
Renl Estate, Fire and  Life  Insurance
Agents, McKenzlo Ht., Westminster.
 djgjjmg    . ..	
Ws. A. Dashwood-Josfis
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
ALWAYS OK HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE,
iijmitc -
Canadian Pacifle
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
Ci^ of Wbw f esMnster!
Auction Sale!
 AWD ,
GARDENS.
rents
A . PCBUO AUCTION WIU. TAK*
A   place at the foloalttl BotCl,
Inthe.CltyofNewWestiiiiiistsr.eii
Saturday, July 21st, 1888,
At 8 o'olook In the
following LotswUl Iw
lio competition, lnaoooi	
Salo By-Uw, 1884," una
thereto, viz.:
CIOVBBNMBNT OFFICE GARDENS.
• 'Block A.
I/>ta IS b 20. .'
VICTORIA GARDENS-Blook B.
Lots 4; «, 8, II, 12, 18, IV, SO, JO
&35..  n ■- ' ■..«-■.
tarriio Lota aro mostly 00 by 132 feet.
TKBMS-riiiK per oent. on the (all of the
hanimor: ssSperoentj-ln .thrao months;
nirti Ihe balaneo of the purchase money
ln six months fromdate of sals..
By order, ., '
JAJIES A. HOBIKSON,
;.n -' ■■■.':    0.14.C. ■
CllyOlerklaOfllcoi r
,New.Wast.,a»lhJn»«(
FQB SAUE.
lure the Estate of JOHN SINCLAIR,
■    fiecetseij. j .-. ■■.< i
T*^teiI!!®,?.&nt'i4oB„t
day the 30th day of July proximo, for tho
purchase or Lot 75, Group I, New WeHt-
mlnstor District, containing 158 ncres,
moro or lens. ..    ■-. ■■    '.V
W.'H. *At.mtiti,
Administrator of tho Estate of Jno. Sinclair, deceased. dJlySiul .
Asylum for the Insane.
star, from the 1st August next to the 30th
June, 1889. will be received by this Do-
partment,' at -VlchMa. until noon on
WEDNE3dTV the isil. in-.taui.
Lists of tftaaHtolMnqnlnd can be seen
at the Provlnolal Secretary's Offioe, Victoria, and at tha Asylum, Ne* Westmin-
fter, at which latter place samples can
also be Inspected,
l^lfliftff?.*:ne«*^W^¥c*J*tf the
contract will he required In each case.
.     . JNO.ROB80V,... .,m.n.
• Provincial Nectetary.
Provlni'lnlHeiiretary's Office,
Jj   Victoria, Sth July, 1888.     ■      djtyGtd
Coptlai Water forks Co,
3STOTI03EG
SEALED TENDERS WILL BE RE-
jj celved bythe undersigned i)p to noon
of We<iMsday«fee Uth !■*„ for tbe work
CLEARINO THE PIPE LIN
COQUITLAM WATER -1
From New Westminster to Coquitlam
Lake, according to specifications to be
seen at tho Company's office, Masonic
Block, N.W.
The work will be let In three sections:**.
Seetlon 1, extending from Station 0 to Station 386; Sec. 2, from Station 383 to Station
600; Sec. 3, from Station 660 to Coquitlam
Lake.     *•■   * *   * rta \
Tenderers wilt state the section or sections for which they tender.and the price
per acre for cleaning, ,
The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.
A. J. McCOLL,
Secretary Coquitlam Water works Co.
Now West, July 3,1888. dJlyStd
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
imsraal.-. I'.flUI..
(i.tM.sn
FutjjSQv'm;t Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
ltQMEi0MMt<Y,
_"j Thk Association merits tlie
confidence the Public is reposing in' it irom the following
FACTS:-
Th,«fi*»rt*y offered to policy holders Is
lUisurpaiiea by any Company doing but-t-
iiess In Canada,
Ithasnoiohemesof Insurance, but tho
Well-established lines, hence the nollcy
holder*cannot he misted us lo tliofr contracts;
Its statements to tha publlo cau be readily understood, Its cash slatemeut sliow-
tng every tttm.ef Income aud how espem
aed.      '      *
Its-posltlonishsotrtalneitannually from
a detailed valuation In whicli every Hem
of liability li Included.
-Amias&SiR&ss	
Its policies are Indisputable after three
years, and non-foffeltalile after two years'
existence,
'Ita profits ara distributed upon an equitable Mils. Tb* proflta to one class of
policy holders are not lessened to give
larger profits to any other class, which
method affords superior advantages over
tbe uniform bonui plan of distribution.
Llkeral raa-tllleas as ta Residence aa4
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Civic Officeiw.—Mayor, Robert Dickinson: City Cleric, Cnpt. Robinson; Police Magistrate, T. C. Atkinson. Chief
Engineer Firo Department, W. Corbett;
Assistant, H. Read.   .      ,    ,
Court Officials,--Judge of the Supreme Court, Hon. J. F. McCreight j Regis-
trai, W. II. Falding; Sheriff, W. J. Armstrong.       ■ . .   ' j,
PnoviNClAL OffiOBIW.— Goveriimoiit
Agent,Chas, Warwick; ReglstmrofTitles,
R. W. ArmstronB; Supt. of Provincial
Asylum, Dr. K."I.lientley: Bursar of Asylum, Jas, Phillips; Governor of Central
Prison, Wrt. MorepbyrKteward Royal Columbian' Hospital, Chan. Dlgby; Immt-
gruttoii--Ag^ht, Jno. Sprott; Coroner, W.
I). Ferris.
Dominion officials.—Postmaster, J, C.
Brown; Collector of Customs. J. fi. Clute;
Warden of penitentiary, A. II. MoBride;
Dominion Liiud Agent, Jl. li, W. Aikman;
Croffn* Timber'Agent, T. S. Higginson;
Inspector of Fisheries, Thos. Mowat.
. Rbpkeh knt ATI ves.-Senator, Dr. T. R.
Mclnnes; House of Commons, Donald
Chisholm;. Provincial Legislature, Capt.
W- N. Bole, _. C
ily (except gumlay
kn-su-
rlday,
_ .n'daylTSflP'Tnesday.
nesday, 6.30;   Thursday, 8.15;
.   0.30: Baturdtf i §•%  .; ^    ,-r. *,=
For VancouvW,MooayrlHe'anflButTurd
T Inlet—Dally (except Sunday) at 8.16.
For Port Moouy—Daily (except Sunday)
at 8,
For Ladner's Landing and Lululsland—
1 Monday, 1145; Wednesday and Friday
0.80.
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre aud Langley Prairie—Saturday,
For North Arm and Sea Island-Thursday, 13.30.'
For Elgin and. Mud Bay-Saturday, 12.45.
For Plumper's PaRs-Monday, lH-tt.
For Nanalmo (direct mall)—Tnesday, 10. ,'
__trr\mU
From Can. Pac. Ry.—Dally (except Saturday) at 13. ■:        u,f.S    .
From Victoria—Sunday. Tuosday and
Thursday iii; Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, ilwx ,.
From Vancouver, Moodyvllle nnd Burrard Inlet—Daily (except Sunday) at 16.
From Port Moody—uully (except Sunday)
' at 17.
From Lmlucf-'R Landing and Lulu Island
—Sunday, Tuesday and Tlmrsday.ld.    -
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie and
' Langley Prairie—Frlduy, id. .
t From North Arm, and Sea ManA—Thursday, la.
From Elgin aud B
From PlumpM*! Vww-onnOTyrw-
From Nanalmo (direct mall)-Saturday,
J n .POST OFFIOE HOURS:
^ Money Order Hours-D to 17 dally; and
General Delivery from 9 to 19 (7 p.m.),
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; 9 to
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays—
except when malls are being made up or
sorted.
Absolutely Pure.
Tbls powder hover varies.' A marvel of
purity,Btreuglh and wholGsument.-K!'. Mora
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold onlyln'cans.
Royal Baking Powdkh Co., toy Wall St.,
HewYork. Sfely
FOR^ALE.
HOUSE ANDI.OT.   PRIOE ONLY S350,
Also.IlRSI r.ENCE LOT Inr 81IKI, ana
oneSoltAble fnr business milv PX6. Apply
Immediately lo        .1.11. CliKllRY,
iljcnimi 1    MnckirnsliiHt.
Tug for Sale!
iailg §riti-sh -Colnmliian
rrt,
UO BOAT 78 FEET; COMPOUND MA-
elilnory, liy Eastern iniikins.
I   . Hkssiw. 11EWICKE A WIIW'MOIIN,
djsete       • Vancouver. II. O,
Cheap for Cash.
OAA ACRES OF LAND,.1 MILES FROM
iCW Westminster, on a wood road j first-
class high land, 100 acres nf It from 4 to 0
feet black Innm.the balance alder bottom:
gooil house and out hulldln^n. For further
parllcnlarHcnaulre.nl . THIS OFFICE.
NewWMl.,.Junetolh",188.       <tffje30to
*»*« Mansrtnf Director.
FOR   SALE.
milAT VBRV DESIRABLE RESI-
■J. dcuco Pinperty owned by Mrs. Emma
Gold, sltuntc at the comer of Royal Avenue and St. Patrick's St., with two Houses
thereon.
AIho, OME ACRE OF LAND ullimfe between iloynl and Ouoehs Avenues.
TkhmsC'asii. HAND BROS,
djolltc
NOTIOE.
milk DNHF.RSIONCD HAVING HE-
A turned from China, hei-chy nut I dos
uie public that in future any puwhaslfig
of goods or other busliic-**M uudert*kliiKS
for tho firm of Kwong On i_ouk will re*
celvo his personal alteiitloii.nnil thnt he
alonft hns nulhorlly to trausiKtt bustnew
for the firm of Kwotig On Loiik.
IHIgnod],
dJelRml
Royal OolumMan Hospital,
XI*]*, ANNUAL MKKTINU 01' HUB-
sorlbors to tire lloyal Columbian
filial will btr Iwlil in tlie Hurmrryol
li.i-ilKsi.ltulatap.in., THUKSDAY.tttll
July, hm.' BiimliMS-Hirw-iiloii ol Ra-
poll, and oleutloii ol Iilreirlui';; for ensuing
year. By order,
3 W. II, KEARY,
*™._      Hon. Seo,
' Mew West., rjnlJuWIHS.   •       iljlyatil
iaianuy KT.alu. Jaly ', UM.
SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY.
Ur. Meuniur uicntioiis a oase in
which rats betiamo tuberculous from
eating tlio cmt-off poulticOs of an
infirmary.
r In France specially prepared
wood pulj> is rapidly supplanting
plaster of Paris ih the manufacture
of nil kinds of building  ornaments.
. A list of the contents of the live
lloyal Botanic Hardens of: Ceylon
has been compiled'. It embraces
about 3,000 ••MKies, mostly trees
and shrubs'."    ' , .        '
As retnsikalile photo.:engraved
Chart of the Pleiades, showing 2,326
stars from the third to the seventeenth magnitude, has been produced at the Paris Observatory.
;:r Ooal is now found in about thirty
different States of the Union and
'■even Territories, In 1(187 tbe lit,
tie State of Rhode Island supplied
6,000 tons out of tbe total product
of 123,995,255  tons,
- There are now in operation, according tb Mr. W. H. Pierce, twenty-two electrjc tramways in the
United States, ten an the'Oontinent
of Europe, and eight in Great Britain. - Mr. Preece predicts that the
time is not far distant when electricity will have come into general use
in place of horses for the cars of
city streets.
Ambroids AsboMtJTi*.—Prof, Daniel Kirkwood points out that seven
ofthe twenty known comets of
short period have disappeared,
either by trekking into fragments,
like Biehi's comet, or by the transformation of the orbit by the influence of Jupiter, as in the case of
Sexell's comet. He had already
givon reasons for thinking that two
oftheshort-Mri-rfc-m.jW.wei
teroids drawn from their orb)
Jupiter's attraction, Aid he now advances evidence tending to show
that the entire twenty were originally small planets.
Flame Prisms.—Prisms ara made
of glass and other refracting solids,
and fluids—like carbon bisulphide-
enclosed i^j^iM|Mti:-":°lkqr!'>'jii'ra
spectra corresponding to the light-
dispersing powers of the material.
A. Winkelmann has lately gone
further, making curious prisms of
flame by using Bunsen burners of
triangular section. He hu thus
been, able to learn that light passes
unaltered through a prism of ordinary flame, and that an anomalous
dispersion is given when the flame
is charged with sodium of potassium
vapor, though no effect has been ob-
served when other vapors are introduced.
SomeAuovb ojrGoLD.—X. new
alloy of gold tlnd platinum, upon
WhfchM. W.O. Rbberls-Austl,ha.
been engaged for some time, takes
fire on being thrown Into water, and
the gold is released as a black powder, differing from ordinary gold in
its properity of readily forming au-
rice hydride. This abnormal form
of heating, is said to have been long
utilized by the Japanese. They obtain it from its alloy with copper,
with which they form ornamental
metallic designs upon knife handles,
etc., and then release the dark-colored gold by a pickling process. In
this way they have" produced an appearance of transparency in a metallic representation of water, at a
place where in the design a duck
was represented plunging half its
body below tho surface of a stream.
Pauasitks Alwavs With us.—
The habitat of parasitic fungi is extremely varied, says Trouessart.
Kounnrjfuore has devoted more than
| forty pages of a large quarto, printed
in tliri'ir columns, merely to the enumeration of fungi, classified according to their position in plants, animals, organic or inorganic substances, and the author himself admits
that this list is far from complete.
Parasitic fungi are found on plants
belonging to all the families of thn
vegetable kingdom, and also otln-r
fungi; on their dead bodies and on
excrement; in stagnant waters und
in tlie sea, on piles and rocks
Others prefer marshes, turf-bogs,
healthy ground, dunes, caves and
holes, or even places completely
cpvored with' soil) as is tho case
with truffles. Others, again, grow
Upon stones, walls and rocks; in the
open nil- or in ruins; or, like Torttla
ctmylul'malc and Himantia ceUaria,
in the darkest caves, where they
form a species of feltwork, which in
the course of a few yean overspreads the walls of cellars. Other
fungi inhabit our houses, attack our'
food, olothes, utensils of every kind,
wall-papers and books, linen, and
even our toilet sponges, and may
even be found on the most power
ful chemical substances, Other fungi attack the different parti of animals, ineluding man.
BY TELEGRAPH.
Childr«nft»/fcr1StcheA0iBt0fk
ronttn rr IlllSBI 0|   (llqll
Mr. raraell aM Ike "Tlmt.'>-.SUerliIaa
8IIII laspr.Tlas.-A Family Bane*
Is Desik al aaalt Mc. Mane.
Wlatl, Hall .iU LljblDl.s storm la
Nluerwla—HIIKd by ladlau—Tke
FBMkla Make. Fas. Time.
UBI SI-MI'S DBSPiTCIIKS.
LETTERS SRIZBli
Paris, July 6.—The police t,r-day
raided the house nf the director of the
Orleanist printing establishment und
seized a largo number of copies of a
circular jotter addressed by the Comte
De Paris to the conservative mayors
throughout France. The letter says
that the republic has not only failed to
give to the communes the liberty it
promised but menaces them with the
danger of depriving them of Ihe freedom they now enjoy. A monarchy
alone, the letter declared, c'aii restore
their liberties and establish order in"
the communes as well as in tho states.
MR.  rARNHLl EXPLAINS.
I LonnON, July 6.—In the house of
commons this sfternoon Mr. Parnell
said that the conclusion of the O'Don-
nsll libel suit against tbe Timahad
prevented Um from testifying under
oath to the falseness of the statement,
made in reference to himself. Be
would, therefore, tender the statement to the house that he had never
seen the litter purported to have Veen
Written by himself to Mr. Egon, dated
February 28,1881.   Thb letter he
tuouneed a forgery. Regarding the
er of hit saying "l see no objection
to your (riving the amount asked for,
there Is not the least liklelihopd of
whst you apprehend happening." Mr.
Parnell stated that this might be genuine; he could not recollect iti however,
Regarding Egan's letter of October 26,
1881, to Carey saying, "I have sent
M. £200—when will you undertake to
get the work done I—give us value for
our money," Mr. Parnell said: "The
^attorney-general stated that tho police
found the letter in Carey's house..
Doubtless geunine letter* from Mr.
Egan were found there, but Mr. Egan
was never legally charged with writing
the one in question. His cabled denial denounces the letter as a forgery."
Mr. Parnell denounced as an absolute
forgery the letter said to have been
smuggled from him while in Kiluuin-
hsm jail addressed tu Egan. "I never
wrote, signed, said or authorized it,"
declared he. He reiterated that he
had never signed or authorised the
letter of May 15,1882, which was published a year sgo. "I hsve never,"
said he, "used a signature similar to
that attached to the letters in 1870. I
I have adopted a different signature
(Conservatives cries of 'Oh'). The
fetter of June 16, 1782, wss a forgery.
The Byrnes-letter was doubtless genuine, but I never ssut Byrne any money.
I subscribed a small amount to th*
Byrne testimonial. The great majority of the letters submitted by the
SP.iws continued Mr. Parnell, are
palpable forgeries. If they were credited it mast be supposed that. 1 der
liberstely put myself in the power of a
murderer, and was accessory both
before and after the fact of th* murder.
The belief that 1 entered Kilmainbam
J sil desiring to assassinate Mr. Forster
i an absurdity. The whole series of
letters produced, with few exceptions,
'show them to be forgeries.
THIS iniMHH'8 B18F1T0HI8.
SHERIDAN STILL IMritOVINO.
Naw York, July 7.—General Sheri-
psssed a good night, sleeping soundly
and naturally most pf tho time. His
puis* and respiration are good. There
is no return of unfavorable symptoms.
The str, Swatara sailed for Nonquitt
this morning.
BURNED IO DEAI1I.
Sault Ste. Marie, July 7.—Geo.
Dobbs' farm house, abont 7 miles from
here, on the Canadian side of the river,
wss burned yesterday. Dobbs, aged
72, David Merrilfeld, 21, Alice Thompson, 0, and anulher child were bunted
to death.
llOVS MUKl'IRKIl.
Wichita, Kan., July 7.—Information comes from Red Fork, Indian
Territory, of the murder of Edward
Fraley, H. Hollidny and J. Merwood,.
nf Springfield, III., all three under 21
yeara of age. They missed som*
money and accused a half-bread Indian
named Evans, of having stolen it. The
dny followiug this Evans was found
murdered in his cabin,' the hoys hsd
disappeared, snd Evans' friends, supposing the buys had murdered him,
.turle,! in iitirsnit, and ontniug mi wilh
ihem, killed ilitim in u ahanly which
i hey were ocmipyiiii'.
Till! "TIUCs" ON PARNK1.1..
London, July 7.—Thu Times, this
morning, referring to its churgos
against Parnell and those associated
nub him, ssys: "If our attacks on
the men who bave risen to political in-
Huonoe through their connection with
the land league and national league,
Imvo been determined and resolute,
thoy have alsn, an the lord chief justice
told the jury, been frankly ami plainly
made. We are prepared, whin the
proper timo arrives, to prove all that
Sir Richard Webster stated in behalf
of the -Times in O'Donnell's case. The
more we have enquired into the history
of these dark transactions the more we
are convinced that our charges are
rooted in truth aud: justice,"
KILLED RV INDIAN!*.
Shernan, Texas, July 7.—The bodies of live men, supposed to be Texas
hunten, wen found yesterday in
Kauisti Mountain, Choctaw nation, 40
miles from here. Beside the men was
found the body o[ a half-breed Choctaw, supposed to be one of the attacking party. It is thought the men were
killed because they were trespassing on
th* Choctaw hunting grounds,
earthquakes.
Biriunohom,  Ala. July 7.—Two
shocks of earthquake wer* felt early
this morning.   No damage,  .
THE IROIfWOlIEBSWIH.
Pittsburg, July 7.—Two moro iron
firms signed the amalgamated associs-
tion scale this morning, making 17
firms thus far. Th* ironworkers will
undoubtedly win in resisting the reduction of their wages,
LOCUSTS IN ALOERIA.'
Park, July 7.—Locusts have caused such havoc in Algeria that 60,000
workmen and 2000 soldiers are fighting them. The country is being devoured and famine and pestilence are
certain.
QUITE A BREEZE.
St. PVll, Minn., July 7;—A great
storm passed over central and western
Minnesota and eastern Dakota yesterday. The wind-reached tlie velocity of
a ljumoano. At Shakopee.Minn., the
great building of the Wampaoh Furniture Co. was badly wrecked, a cooper
building was demolished, and Kohl*
Beren's store unroofed. Several
frame residences and barbs were Mown
away and trees and frnces lorn up and
thrown across highways in suoh a way
aa to, prevent traraL At Redwood
Falls, Minn., several, buildings were.,
toppled over and some burned by
Uoitnlng,' and muoh damage waa done
to fences and crops in the country. At
Stl Peter lightning burnsd three buildings and on* barn, containing asreral
valuable horses. Many hundreds of
sores of corn were destroyed by bail.
Many buildings were blown down In
tbe vicinity of Roswell, Dakota, where
the storm swept a strip of country 20
miles wide. At Vilas hail did considerable damage to orops.
. . THE TOO-READY FISTOL.
Loot Island Oity, Sf. "***., July 7.—
A crowd of drunken roughs tried to
force an entrance to the saloon of
Thos. Tierney esrly this morning.for
the purpose of getting liquor. Tierney appeared on the scene, and in defense ol hi* property fired into the
crowd, killing Richard .Owens, and .
fatally wounding Cornelius Walsh.
PELTING THI IRON HORSE.
Chicaoo, July 7.—As a passenger
train on the Burlington road was leaving Chicago last evening a rock was
thrown at tho csbwindowof the engine,
narrowly missing the engineer snd
fireman. At Riverside, and again at
Naperville, the engine was bombarded.
At the former place a perfect storm of.
stones was thrown, battering tlie side,
of the engine and breaking more glsss.
At Naperville the fireman was struck
on the head with a flying missile, inflicting a scalp wound, but he waa not
seriously injured.
.',..    WILL BE EXPELLED.
Chicaoo, Julr 7.—Chief Arthur of
the brotherhood of locomotive* engineers, when seen in regard to the
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy arrwt
of alleged conspirators, aaid: "I know
nothing about the matter further than
what I have read in the newspapers I
do not know what the men under
arrest belong to the brotherhood will
say that it they do belong to the order,
and are guilty. The' brotherhood will
not only expel them, but will do all in
its power to make an example of them. .
disturbing a giant.
Creston, la., July 7.—Th* engine
of a Burlington passenger train was"
slightly disabled by running over a
dynamite cartridge last night
beatino the RECORD.
Vanoouver. July 7.—The steamer
Parthia arrived from China and Japan
this morning in 12 days, the fastest
time on record.
breaking thi news,
Rhine Cure, On the Hudson, July
7.—The republican notification committee, M. M. Estee, cf California,
chairman, arrived here shortly after
one o'clock this afternoon, and immediately proceeded to the residence of
Levi P. Morton. Mr. Estee, in a brief
speech, formally notified Mr. Morton
of his nomination by the Republican
party for vice-president, to which the
nominee responded iu a short address.
ANEW CABLE,
Montreal, July 7.-A cable, from
London aaysi The complete breakdown
oi the eastern telegraph Co's system between Java and Port Darwin is creating
strong feeling In tbe commercial public
in favor of a Pacific cable from Vaaoou-
ver to Australia.   This feeling was voiced
at the annual meeting of the new Oriental bank to-day.   The chairman said he
went east recently via Canadian 'Pacific,
and was convinced that a cable via Canada and Australia would greatly benefit
the commerce of  the  empire,  giving a
clear line of communication through Britisli territory.   The breakdown -existing
in the cables emphasized. the necessity of . -
an alternative line and increased .the.. ,
desire of the commercial publio for double
security agr ,nst complete and protracted -.
isolation.   The' opinion was' expressed
that the imperial and colonial govern-r
menta should hasten the proposed survey <
of tire route.
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Those of our reader, who would like to .
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Neckwear, Scarfs, Trimmiag for Hats
and Dresses, Bows, Fancy Work, Arc.,
can get an astonishing big bargain, owing
to the recent failure of a large wholeaale
Ribbon Manufacturing Co., by sending
only 9i cents (stamps), te the address
we give below.
As a tpeeicd offer, this house will givo
ifouNe the amount of any other firm In
America if you will send th* Hams* aad
P. O. .(Wrens of ten neisly married ladies
when ordering and mention the name of
this paper. No pieces less than one yard
in length. Satisfaction is guaranteed, or
money cheerfully refunded; Three pack
ages for 60 cents.   Address,
London R***o* Amwjt,
dwopldyl J*IW»(3iViH. J- §ailB fritish Columbian
aalardar Evealaa, Jul; J, ISSS.
It has como to be a pretty puss
when " Ynungjikmerica " has to de;
libeiately goto jail in older to learn
n trade. The Chicago Journal of
Commerce states that throe newsboys of that city, guilty of no mis-
ilemeanor, wore arrested last week
kt theif request and sent tothe
Bridewell, their reason for wishing
to gtft-Mir*ts*it«d- to••tlie polioe
justice, was that they wanted to
learn a trade. Under the laws of
the trades union* there is almost no
chance for th» American boy to
learn a trade in any shop or manufactory outside of a house of correction. Trades unions no doubt serve,
and btvt served in the past, very
useful purposes, but, like all human
institutions, they are liable to run
to extremes.
According to Truth, the advance
made in England in tho matter of
primary schools sinoo Mr. Foster's
groat educational measure caino into
operation in 1871, is marvellous.
'Hie accommodation in elctnontary
schools in England aud Wales in
1871 was for about 2,000,000 children. Two years ago that accommodation had risen to 5,145,000, or
155 per cent The averkge attendance during the same period had
risen from 1,231,000 to 3,438,000,
or an increase of 2.80 por cent. The
Uvea of the people, and especially of
the poorer classes, have, as the result, been mode happier, less monotonous, more varied, and fuller of
interest Intemperance, too, has
greatly diminished, and official statistics show that there has I been a
great-falling off in crime, not only
in the more serious fornls, but in
the lighter classes of offences. This
is surely a very encouraging state of
things and it gives promises of better
things to be accomplished in the future than have as yet beep either
thought of or attempted.
Toronto, with Lake Ontario to
draw upon, cannot pump 'Waterlost
enough for her thirsty, hot and dirty
population, to say nothing at her
parched lawns and heat-reflecting
sidewalks, the Monetary tithes
of a late date says that there was
only eighteen feet in the reservoir,
and intimates that it was being
used faster ihan it could be supplied.
"In hot weather," says the Times,
"much more: water is used for baths
than at other times, as well as on
lawnajthe quantity of water squirted
on the sidewalks by errant hose
peeping out from cellars, arid producing rheumatism in pedestrians,
contributes its share of tho extra
consumption. * * * The city
council has decreed that the use of
lawn sprinklers shall be confined to
two houn in the twonty-four. This
cin doubtless be enforced in the cose
of new contracts; but do not existing contracts name a much longer
time! How can these be got
round I Reasonable people will use
as little water as possible on lawns,
or they will even cease to use any,
in the face of coming danger; but if
it came to a contest, the new restriction might be found difficult to
enforce, from a legal standpoint"
In this oity nearly every summer
we have the same trouble in a small
way with some of our various supply
systems. We would be in a roost
enviable position, compared both
with our present condition and with
a great many cities that might be
mentioned, in the matter of water
supply, if we bad connection with a
good gravitation system of water
works suoh as the Ooquitlam.
Whilst local matters take up the
most of our attention, for the simple
reason that man lives and moves
and is acted upon by his immediate
environment, yet when it is possibly
convenient it is Well to get on some
Pisgah once in a while and take a
more extended view of our relations.
In looking over the Colonies and
India—a weekly journal published
in London, of general information
with respect to the great English
colonial empire, including India—
one gets some idea of the immense
weight of responsibility resting on
the British government in keeping
everything in smooth working order
throughout the vast British dominions. One thing is very evident,
that in all questions affecting the
colonies, English statesmen nave
learned to be very cautious, and first
to consult the wishes of the colonists
before acting in any given case.
Espeojajly is this the case with regard tssOansda and Aastrali*. Canada's proximity and trade relations
with tke United States makes it a
delicate queation for England to interfere, even where her own trade
relations come in contact. Should
the Republicans oome into power
the text fwaidential election, it will
be Hill more difficult for England to
steer k satHfoctory eourae, with her
free trade on one Uind Canada's
high twill on the Other. Should
Cleveland's -party succeed, with their
disposition towards low tariff Mid
good neighborhood oh the fishery
and other international questions, it
would bea great relief to England,
andasoureeof satisfuetion to* all
concerned, except perhaps those few
who have been getting rich at tlm
expense of the many thrash high
CtilUf^ltftf^jmpdw'iCMlwIa
protective rates. Australia is still
more perplexing to England than
oven Oanada, because she is showing
signs, at times, of a strong desire towards real independence. At a late
meeting of tb» Australian Natives'
Association, die president, Mr, J. L
P6vis,'if3.0.4n Hi kpecdh,. hinUd
that separation from the British empire was one of the aims of the association. He said that "tlieir
present aim was -Australian federation, in order that the colonies might
be prepared for national independence." But, notwithstanding such
outcroppings as this, tlietgreat bulk
of the colonists are loyal 'to their
mother country. This loyalty, how-
ever, is to a considerable extent
simply a question of pounds, shillings
and pence. The ohildren are like
their grandad—touch tlieir pockets,
and you modify their allegiance at
once. John Bull is a queer animal,
whether at home or abroad; he is
pre-eminently selfish, good-natured
so long as you stroke bim with the
grain; but undertnke to drive him
out of good pasture, and down goes
his head and up with bis tail, and
then look out for squalls. Young
John is pretty much the sumo in
such circumstances, and the old gent,
has impressed all who havo como undor his sway with liis own characteristics so strongly that he will for the
future have to be very polite in
dealing with his progeny. Imperial
federation seems to be at present ihe
desired object of those who wish to
prolong England's glory.and it would
be vory desirable, if England's glory
meant the uplifting of England's
poverty-stricken millions, held so by'
the perpetuation of laws und customs and prejudices that rendor it
impossible to be otherwise. An overruling providence Has made England
a great good to {he world; sho hiv*
been the means of establishing colonies with ever ad vancing free forms
of government for which Oven her
now partially alienated ohildren
must feel to some extent grateful to
her; but whilst we are grateful to
our parents for their care of us in
our tender years we must look beyond to a higher source of existence,
to whom we are responsible for our
present liberty and privileges. If
England and her colonies are to be
a mutual good it can only be on the
common ground that "righteousness
exalteth a nation." Colonial equal
rights and England's hereditary end
other specially privileged classes
cannot oontinue to work harmoniously together. There must be an
assimilation or a separation. British colonists will not long suffer aristocratic titles. Silly women in the
United States seem to ba in love
with empty-headed and pocketed
gentry, with ue empty titles, but
not so the genuine colonist. "A
man's a man for a' that"
Late Canadian News.
Toronto, June 28.—JusticeiMoMa-
bon yesterday dismissed the case
againat some St. John's ward
resident, who gave two. policemen a
beating some weeks ego. The judge
declared thnt the beating was legitimately administered iu sell.defence
against all unwarranted attack of the
police.
OoDENssvRn, June 29.—The new
steel steamer Algonquin, owned by T.
Marks & Co., of Port Arthur, was successfully launched from the Ogdens-
burg marine railway to-day. This vessel, which will be one of the largest
boats on the upper lakes, was built on
the Clyde. She had to be eut in two
to pass through the St. Lawrence canals and wss joined at this plsce. Hon.
Alexander Maekenzie and Miss Bowell
were aboard her to-day when launched.
Poktaob la Pbaibib, July 2.—A
farmer named McKenzie, living a fow
miles north, lost four horses during the
thunder storm on Saturday night, and
a couple more were injured. A very
heavy storm passed over this district
on tbat night.
Pout Akthuh, July 2.—Two prisoners broke jail at 7:30 this morning,
Pete Murphy and Pat Moloney. They
cut the bars from the door. Murphy
was captured two hours later, but
Maloney is still at large. A poise of
polio* are in pursuit.
Ottawa, July 2.—A young lady
named Stewart was drownod in the
Gstineau River to-day. A young man
undertook to run her over the rapids
in a canoe, whtch capsized, and the
lady was drowned.
A difference of opinion having arisen
as to the rate of duty payable on what
are known' as carpenter.' baskets, an
article made of matting and bound
with cotton hemp or jute, the board of
customs has fixed the rate ol duty at
25 percent.  -
Poet Ahthok, July 2.—Shipments
of wheat for the last week were 286,-
000 bushels; oats, 13,000 bushels. Receipts for the same period, 238 cars.
Montreal, July 2.—The Montreal
Stonecutters' union have agreed to allow a Scotchman, wbo had just come
over with a large family, to enter the
union on payment of to, it being understood tbat he would not receive his
certificate of membership till six
months from date. The seven men
whose cases were mentioned a couple
of weeks ago have joined, paying tlieir
(50 membership fee in weekly instalments.
Qur-nuc, July 4.—Prince Rowland
Bonaparte has left for Paris via New
York.
Ottawa, July 5.—As soon as the
new department building is finished
the patent office will bs transferred
from the department of agriculture to
that of secretary of stare.
Hereafter all securities deposited by
public contractors will be cashed and
tbe amounts placed tu their credit in
the government savings bank.
The total number of militia being
drilled tliis yenr is 21,000, irrespective
of Ihe men of the permanent corps.
Mr. K.,0. Prior, M. P., will bo gs-
zetted Iiieut-Ool. of tbe BritiabCult.ro-
bia artillerjr In the next militia appointments.
____*.__
Constipation
Is a universal and uioet troublesome dis.
order. It causes Headacbo, Mental Dc-
piyssion,impalre tho Sight und Bearing,
ilessroys the Appetite, and, wben long
coSUnuii, caiiis Enlargemlilt of th*
imr, Inflammation of tbe Kwels, and
Piles. Constipation is speedily cured
by Ayer's Pills.
For a number of montlis I wit
troubled with Costivoness, In consequence of which I suffered from Loss of
Appetite, Dyspepsia, and a ileMdeted
liver. MyeycsalBo troubled me. I was
conrpalled to wear a slfflde over them,
and, at -times, was unable to pear exposure to the light.   1 was entirely
CURED BY USING
three boxes of Ayer's Pills. I bave no
hesitation ln pronouncing this medlcm*
to be the best cathartic ever made.—
James Bcclei, Poland, Ohio.
I suffered from Constipation, and, oon,
sfori.ntlv, (rom Headache, Indigestion,
an! Piles, for years. Ayer's HUs/wbloh
I took at the suggestion of a friend, nave
given me effectual relief. I commenced
taking this remedy two months ago, and
am now free from Constipation, the removal of which has caused my, other
troubles to disappear, and
proved my generalbealthi—W.Keeler;
Araherst/MSss.
I suffered from Constipation, t/hleb
assumed such an obstinate form that I
feared a stoppage of the' bowels. Two
boxes of Ayer's Pills cured me, completely.-D.Burke, Saco^ Me.        «
Ayer's
Pills,"
•jsrorpioB.
3WE BUSINESS HEKBTOFOftE CON-
Juoteil under the name ot Kwong On
ee, at Lndner's Landlnrr, has this day
been disposed ot to Lee -"toy. who will as-
snme all responsibilities of tho late Brm
nnd collect all debts due them. The business will be conducted at lb. same plsce
by Lee Ooy under the name ot Kwonspn
ciiong.  '»<§*)   nwow-ah,
11 Ladner's Landing, June 26,1888. ilj«as.w_
;.       IVOTICE.  .
CUTTINGS Off THE COUNTY COURT
ft or Kootenay-Jill be held at tfiefol-
lowing places, v{*M .
I At Karwell.on Frllliiy, Ih. Mb imrllmir-
At Donu!'', on Friday; the 27th proximo.
By Command,
.INO. ROBSON,
rmvlnclal Becretary.
Provincial Secretary's Olllce,
Ztlh June, 1888.
d'iiSJM
aTOTIOB.
NOTICE 18 HBREBY GIVEN THAT
thirty days after date I Intend to an-.
ply to the Chief Commissioner Qf Lands
and Worts lor a licence to out and carry
away Umber from tbe following described
land in the New Westminster Distriot:
Commencing at a ittake set about V, of a
mil* east from the shore of Montague
Channel, Howe Round, on the south bank
ota creek, In a direct coat line from the
north end of Anvil Island; thence south
120 ohalns; thence east 40 chalna; thenee
nortli ISO chains; thence northeast ISO
chains; thence west 40 ebalns; thence
southwest 120 chains, to the polntof commencement.        JOHN A. WEBSTER.
menoement.        JOHN A.
New West., Jnno 10,1888.
EBSTER.
dje_9ml
EDUCATION BRANCH,
rHovreciAt, BEonECAiiv's Mnimtun.
Victoria, June 4th, 1889.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY SIVBN THAT
1*N the Annual Examination of Candidates for Certificates of Qualification to
teaoh In the Public Schools of the Province will bo held In tbe Legislative Hall,
"Victoria, commencing on SATURDAY,
Jaly lilt, at 10 a.m.
Intending candidates are required to
notify this Department nnd furnish testimonials priorlo June 27th,
8. D. POPE,
Superintendent of Education.
dfeald 	
jAiiwirs
OLD STAND,
Opp We C, P. N. Co.'s Wharf,
For a Goneral Assortment of
Dry Goods,
OLOTHIITG-,
Millinery,
Ladies' & Children's Appirtl,
Groceries, Crockery, Cordage, •*&<-.
Butter Kegs, Barrels,
Hay, Grain, Feed, Ae.
FARM  PRODUCE
BOUGHT OR SOLD ON COMMISSION.
aJkMVBM
Feost btwjkt,   •   Nkw Wnmnwraii.
• -iimy-ami
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
28th Maroh, 1888.
The following telegram from His Eioel-
lenoy the Governor-General to Hla Honour the Lieutenant-Governor, ln reply to
a telegram from His Honour, statin's that
it was understood that parties Attlng out
for Behring's Bea Were arming for the
purpose of resisting leisure, is published
for general Information.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
TELEGRAM.
Ottawa, !7th March, um.
TO LlIOTBUAHT-GOVinWOR
or BarnsB CoumtA,
VICTORIA.
Your Government-should Issue publlo
notloe cautioning persons going on Beating
expeditions to refrain from assertion of
their rights by force, and from taking on
board arms and ammunition in execs of
their usual -requirements. The whole
matter Is engaging tbe attention of Her
Majesty's Government and forms the subject of diplomatic negotiations now tn
progress. Any intemperate action ln Ihe
meanwhile would be most detrimental to
British Columbian Interests and might
lead to serious complications and be
followed by grave conseqneaoes to thos*
oonoerned.
Wind], LANSWWNE.
Rooms to Let
(FURNISHED)
Within Three Minutes of- the
Post Office.
ft
OOM9 ALL NEWLY PCRNIBflfil
single or en suite. For full pnrtld
t npply to
djetflc
MIIS. E. C. BTIHHKY,
Columbia Htreet,
Opp. RoniHii Catholic Cliurcli.
MORSE'S
WE HAVE ARRANGED KOR THE
Auoncy for thin oity for the Mono
8oap Works, Toronto, aud have now received a large consignment of DOMESTIC,
LAUNDRY and TOILET SOAPS, which
-we ean oflbr at prices to defy competition.
Special mien for large consumers.
W.&U. WOLFENDEN,
dwJQlOwS     Corner Columbia & Mary St*.
FIRE INSURANCE CO'Y.
CAPITAL, $0,--SOO,000
POLICIES EFFECTED AND ALL
Jr claim, paid without reference to any
other office, by th- General Agents In
Victoria. 	
Agknth in New Westminstkri
MES8RS. W. J. WAkKEff & 60'Y
9, BANK BUILDINGS.
dwmylSto
I HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
from Mr. JOHN HAGGMAN, who Is
retiring from the business, to sell by private sate, ROSE HILL DAIRY, which
consists of the Lease of Farm for « years,
23 head of Milk Cows,-Whioh have Men
well selected, and m number of Heifers,
Steers and Calves, one yoke Woik Cattle,
t Horses and Delivery Cart, with a complete Dairy Outfit*.
Also—a full complement of Agricultural
Implements, consisting of
1 Mowing Machine,
1 Prairie Queen Plow.
Feed Cutter (No. 1).
'J Row Boats, 1 Scow,
With a large number of Chickens, Ducks
and Geese.
Also — 85 acres Land on Lulu Island
which Is fenced and drained and In prime
condition.
For further particulars apply to the undersigned or on the premises.
T. J. TRAPP,
May 28, ISB8.-dtc Auctionikr.
QEALEI) TENDERS ADDRESSED TO.
Q the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for llarn, Stabling and Residences at
Experimental Form, Agassis, British Columbia," will Va received at this offlee
until Monday, Iflth July, 1888, for the several works required In the ereotion of
Barn; Stabling And Residences at Experimental Farm, Agassis, British Columbia,
Specification* and drawings can be seen
at the Department of Public Works, Ottawa, and at the offlee of H. B. V. Aikman.
Land Ofllce, New Westminster, on and
after Wednesday, 80th Jnne. and tenden
will not be considered unless made on
the form supplied and signed with actual
signatures of tenderers.
An nccepied bank cheque, payable to
the order of the Minister of Public Works,
equal to five per oent, of amount of trailer,
must accompany, -emit tendor. Thll,
cheque will be forfeited if the party decline the contract*, or fall tb complete the
work contracted lor, and will be roturned
ln case of uun-acceptanoe of tender.
The Department does not bind Itself to
accept the lowest or any-tender.
By order.
A. GOBEIL,
Becretary*
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, 9th June, 1888. SJefit
North British and
Mercantile
■■ '-iPi.il 3D
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED   ISOD.
AHlhorlied Capital, - £l,0M,M»
Hubscrltea " • l.SW.MO
Pald up, mm
tin Fund li Resents, as
at 31st Dec., 1887,       -      1,188,111
BcTcniie nn Brineh,      1,219,144
WW Rates as Low as any other
reliableCompany doing business in British Columbia.
J. 8. JAQUES,
Agent for New Westminster City and
District. a>!ato
MACHINERY
whe
AVINO LATELY INCREASED OUR
.— oonneotion In the East «nd elsewhere very considerably, we ore In a position to give prlees on any class of Machinery that may be required, Including:
Marine and Stationary Engines and Boll-
era, Planers, Matchers and Moulders,
Buss Planers. Wood Lathes. Band
Saws, Blind Machinery. Gauge
Lathes, Shaping Machines,
Shingle Maohines. Lath
Maohines A Bolters,
Two, Throe and Four Block Circular Saw
Mills, Band Baw Mills, Portable Engines and Boilers and Hoisting
Engines. Also, John Bertram
A hons* nnd The London
Tool Co.'s Iron Working
Machinery,
Brick Machines and Crushers of either
the Martin or Baird make,
Milt supplies of all descriptions, including Circular Saws, Solid or Inserted
Teeth, Lubricating Oils, Rubber and
Leather Belting, whieh we carry IB
stock.
Steam Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowlei make also on hand,
M'AvUy's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notloe. as well ae Paints and
Oils, Axes and Edge Tools of the celebrated Broad make, Wire Rope, Plumb-
en and Bteam Fitters Supplies, Ae.
We are sole agents tn this Province for
the JOHN DOTY Engine Co*y. whose
Marine work cannot be excelled, as outfits we have furnished here will testify.
FRASER TTlEONARD,
CusMtM., •_*. Xewdamttaaf,
VANOOUVBB, B, 0.
dwfeffta
TEACHERWANTED.
DULY QUALIFIED TaACHKB>_8
' rilred /or tbe New WestmldKer
liool..  Salary, ■1100 per mobt*.
**_ <Sfi"n*SSe   ttst Monday' In
,   Application, to ba eent to rte
lf-neilTllot later Ihan noon of lie
N.W., Jane 11,1888. djelltd
VANCOUVER CITY
(TWE    t'HOPRIETORS    OF    THESB
JL   work, have much pieaaure Inr    '
Hit their friends add theitnlUlo tha
ara now prepared loncelnVid nfor
execute .an?JrilGra, fortrtffl_,lii thel
with wljloli thoy, may htlfihfe-.
' A. McHS-UVIE,
MecfiattTcal Manager.
Vancouver, B.C., Sth May, 1888. t .    .
dwmyiatc
Re J. VV. THOMPSON, late of Chilli,
whack, B.C.
A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO JW.
A Thompson, lateof ChlUlwhaok,«n
hereby warned against paying the amounts due, to any person other than the
undersigned, who fs alone authorised to'
receiveih(*m. All parties interested,.*!***
hliw warned agalhst paying or*B-m>Qstt
Ing any promissory notes or bills of exchange made payable to the sard J. W.
Thompson.
QEO.-R.' ABHWEtL, "V"J
Receiver of the Estate of J. W. Thompson,
_.     By hls^ollclforsi,. m   _
dwlegml cQBBftULl>4Mc00tL ij
PRACTICAUWaERTAKER.
Hmkalmlng a Specialty.
B.al.nn Wsstia .MdH.tallc Burial Uask.ta. Funeral. Conducted.
Aajfljffl
haud/IHartieaX _
arhortelKnotlce;    E	
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Manufacturer anil Importer ol
SETO-EIS
T ADIEU*. (.ENTH*, MI88H8,*'o_fltD--s
JU ren's Bool., Slioes and rinllen made
to order and kept on hand. .    .,
RErAiRiNQ neatly and promptly exe-
culeil, . .
r   < ol.niblaat., Wlntolunte*>aiaek,
djtsic nbw WtsminsTini, B.O.
Per C.P.R.,
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORT-
ED STOCK OF ,
English, Frtirch, Soetch
and Irish.
SUIH^IGS
Ever Shown In NewWestmlnster.
WestofEngUndBroadclolhs
anti noegklng and Fancy
TrouserliiB,
J. S. MANSON,
Colambl* St., 0|>p. McKemlr Bt„
NEW WRSTMIN8TER.B.C.
(InplSto
C. E.WO0II,
Um lonnoi.
A.O.
KOTMY PBILII
Wooi8,TiuiBr|yii
LAND 8URVEYOR8,
wiumutHWii
AND CONVEYAKCEM.
' Jtst-VmM'xm _toj%
t mt-The Western of Toronto,Itie_*it-
na, The City ol London, andth.Hart-
ton,
unt-The New Tork Ule Insnrance Co.
ACCIDHIT,-TheTmTeIen'o( Hartford.
land Msverln In nil lta branohes aeen-
rntirly and promptly earrled ont,
€Kr and Snkarkan tend. Ikrlnle. W.
oan .now a compute n.t of dwlrable lo-
oalltle..
mnalni Lsads, Improved and unimproved, thron,bout the district.
■Inlwnd eUierUeekboutht-fisold.
MjMy •• lean on But mortftait nt low
Tai.ariioNt bAM. Nn. an.
p.aiiuniw.
WOODS, TURNER iUXBlS,
Ornti, Etuii'i luw,  •  Crhii
mew WEsniiNiTTBa
dmhllto	
worn SALE.
House tt Lot
CORNER BLACKWOOD AND CARNARVON   STREETS.
One of the Finest Looatione in the City.
moo.
OF THREE HUNDRED AND TWENTY ACRES,
Houso, Barn; 40 acres fenoed and under
cultivation.
11000 Cash; Balance on Long Time.
OF TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY
ACRES.
IM aoree good Prairie; Balance ettSry
cleared,   Oood Ban Hid other Improvement*
Fart down; Balance on time.
Also-a number of WtUOM, Bag.
]e»,SlAjSt, Harnest*. Cattle,
f!e
HO
iorsci, eve.
CALL ON OR ADDRESS
HENDERSON BROS.,
dj*lllre
logo
iTOTIOB.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
_.. sixty days afterdate we iotend mitk-
og application to the Chief OommlBsKmer
of Lands and Works for i-peruHunion to
lease for tlmberlDgpurpc - -
deecrlbed land, situated 1:
ster Distriot, and descrlb*-
Commencms at a poll
right bank of m creek wh _...„„„
the Squamish river at Mountain Tom's
Indian Reserre, about seven miles up the
Bquamlsh river; thence E. -40 chains,
thence H. 90, thence E. 40, thence S. 40,
thence E. 40, tbenee g. 60, thence E, 80,
thence N. B0, thence E. 40, thenoe N. 40,
thence W. 90, thenoe 8.90, thence W. 40.
thence N. to, thence W.20, thenee N.20,
SSS|-*S.-MBS;*&S«S3*2r3;
thence W. 90, thenoe N. Jo. thence W. .0,
. ° ttiJTfT ~ ao,-thenoeS,«i_:
or less,>1o plauenf
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toria
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farm, Lumber,   Democrat
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Wa have also on hand a lot of
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At Reasonable Kates.
BlackMBlthtng of every description done wUafaotorily and with prompt.
dwjtUM MID A OURRIE.
InMlrift
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THOROUGHBRED BULL
fflHE UNDERSIGNED orVKHM Knit
J.   Halo his apleiidld Bull, BftNNIK 110V,
wTitoh carried off the prizo nl tho last Provincial Exhibition, held at Chlhlwhwk
lut fall. This line animal \n pw\ tw.>
yean old, and Ih a monster slxe rorhU
age. Particulars nnd peillgren furnished
•on application. "Bounle Boy" iHrtirerml
for iale at a bargain bccauKo I ItUvh no
room for him.
E. HODGBOE-J,
dwmyaWo Nanaimo, to. C.
3. C. Monumental Works
CHURCH STREET.
ALEX. HAMILTON^PROPRIETOR
The above Works are re-opened. and in
addition to the preaent marble stock
will shortly receive several Monuments of the finest
ABERDEEN   &  NEW BRI'NS-
•    WICK GRANITE.
dwje27tc
MAJOR £ PEARSON,
Real Estate Brokers  and
Flnanelat Agents.
AQKNTA FOR
I'oafedrratlon Life AsKorlatlnn nt Toronto.
loyal and Laaratdilrr I'lre InatirnHrr
Coapaatea.
ttr Valuable Lots for mile In thu Citv
and District of Westmlnstor; aud eholi-e
Lois In tho City of Van couver.
Persons wishing to buy or will uily or
rural property should commnnk-atc with
ua.
OFttCBH: McKoiibIo tit., WcKlinlnstiH',
and Hastings Ht., Vancouver.     dwiiplOtr,
mBT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Frnlt Trees.
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits
And QAHDKN HTOCK on hnnd In an*lit
variety.
Everything OrHt-cliiHH mul furnished hi
good shape,
IdLfleud 15 cts. for valuable 80-tmpo J)e-
sorlptlv* Catalogue with *i heiiutltut colored plates.   Price Lists hciiI tree.
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dw-delSte Port Hummond, to. V.
M.AJcRI
Merchant Tailor,
WISHES TO INFORM  TIIK PKUPI.F.
OF NEW WESTMINSTER THAT III.
18  PREPARED   TO EXECUTE
ALL ORDERS FOR
TAILORING
A FULL LINE OF
English, Scotch and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy
Trouserings.
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A afoNE^ARY SAipIAOUNOT.-  .r
Addison Cumtnaclt's Fabian Policy In
Stock Campaigns—Rooms of'Millionaires That Costa FortuneToFui-iilsH
—Tlio Fatuous UIU Trovers aud Ills
Methods. „ - -■    ■
{Copyright im.)
"Thero Is a monkey and parrot time
I ahead for those who believe in higher
prices for stocks," said Addison Cam-
mack, now one of the most prominent
stock operators. . ; V    •; ,-*■*.
His opinion is of no special ihiportanca;
be is quite ns likely to be wrong as right,
nnd yet Wall street now closely watches
bis movements and listens to bis words
as it might to an oracle. He is tho successor of "Baron" Woertshoffer wbo sug-
ifr.--.ted a medimral robber baron of too
Black Forest of Germany riding booted
nud -spurred to perpetual at lacks ou great
properties which lio bad sold in advance
at bis own valuation—in other words a
persistent and almost chronic "bear."
Carnmaok,or "Cam," as ho is familiarly
colled, iti, however, ot a very different tent;
periimenfc. There Is notliiug of tlio sol-
ttii-r in his composition; ho In nn adept at
running—be was a blockade'runner it
(teems during the war trading wiih Nas-
, and ho sails into tlio market now
like ono of tbe old rakish-looking war
blockade steamers painted (-.ray uud setting well down in tho wnter, stcaliDR
past the Union gun-boats uud mcu-of:war
1 in a Southern harbor onadafk nicbttrf'
aecureaenrgo of cotton worth a thousand
dollars a bale, and then.wi.^h lights out
and ami,I a deail»-l.::eistillness creeping
out ,v:un at three ojclocli iu the mprning
paht tab frowning port boles of tiie irou-
; (tads to tbe open sea and an inviting
[ tropical market,
CammacU never shows fight} be never
b*d the pluck to enter li'ae-1 Southern,
ranks and carry a musket—ho would
.rather, lt Is generally understood, run the
t blockade; hecarrle-i no-'gun-*-;;'lie puts on
, full steam and takes to his heels -at the*
first sign of a speculative man.of-war that
might blow him out of water.  Iu other
• -words if he finds be is on the losing side
le runs at once.
fie tries the stock market 9s a hoy,
\tould try tUele'e'im'n skatirigii-arul to see
whether it will hear; he test.!-* the market
•" ly putting his foot rm It. Kit. will easily'
tear hia whole weight—that is, his largest "short" sales—lie "cover.*-." utonceap'd
tbkestbe other .stock!   Ifthc ten breaks*
i be pounds it until it-Kttdepfiii the "bear""
side. It was as a bear Unit, he made a
large partof hi* tortmiool" six or seven
•millions.   Such aii upimitotf thinks very
littleo*carrying fifty thouamd shares of
*tock.
Ho is a large man with IiU'fie square
' features which do not usually relax into
I n smile unless the value of other people's
property is falling. Up is iu middle lifo
and was a baclnjlnr. until a yoar, or two
ago when he uiari ;**d i\ young wiSe, Heis
very brusque In hi* i.mnueifenud is 1 hero*
foro not generally lilted. One of tho
Btrange stories told nbout bim is thnt be
once lent Jay Gould two tui'linrt dollars
without a scrap of paper h.-- *■>*. 'iiritj**, aud
that Mr. Gould" iftVlnicd thi; uioiiey./ I
entlonCamm'ntl; because'onu hours his
ddltiful progno»ticittiuus iiuuied-soj aft-cn
now in Wall siw-nt. He .stands liko a
wrecker, glass iii hard on it ruck-hound
kC-onet, watching a richly fiei-ihied ship
|hat be hopes will be driven ashore in
lomo hurricane .-nd delight his itching
rnugers witn tne t-pou..
Almost dally he tuny he seen In a broker's office in Broad eU-oet sharply^cjeing
. the tape as it reds nil. the story of the
speculative flght, ami iu the evening he
I paces the tessellated marble iloor of the
Windsor Hotel olllce nud talks with grim
t f-ntlsfaction of the trouble which ho
thinks is coming upon the railroad com-
1 panles because of a lack ot freight and
(tin* cutting of rates and tho dullness of
trade. His speculative strategy is uncoa
scinusly based on the Fabian policy; be
always retreats rather than,incur big
risks; he does not undertake to -fight tha
market as tbe operator with afew hundred dollars always does; he Blmply tries
i to find out which way It fs really headed
nnd then he "tails in" after lt. He hu
made it pay.
The famous Wm, R. Travers pursued
i much the aame policy.  After the famous
' Trent Affair in the late war when Confederate Commissioners Mason ond Slidell
were taken from nn English steamer by
n Union commander, Mr. Travers, who
I Eituttcved, said:   '
"B-b-boys, sell'em 8-a-short."
War with England aeemed inevitable;
(he danger kept the stock market agitated for months. There wasthen uo At-
Ian tic cable, and the only communication
with Europe was therefore, by steamers
which arrived- about once a week. They
, always brought tho London Times, which
1 breathed out slaughter liko a green-eyed
dragon ot n fairy talc, belching Uro from
'mouth and nostrils and frightening tbo
l stock  a peculators  as the scaly-coated
! monster of the winder-book does tha
; littlu dumpling-faced frequenters of'tht
/nursery. Of course, it now seems ridiculous and cowardly bluster, but the North
l^lii ihoagonicsof a Titantic struggle could
tot Attend to John Bull at that moment;
and waa glad enough that a stout little
lady who wu friendly to tho United-
States happened to be on the British
throne to keep British statesmen with
'hungry eyes ou America In check.  And
among tha number, by the way, wu
Gladstone.
Every time a ateamer arrived Travers
[ had some one on hand to secure the
^English newspapers, nnd he often paid
|rge fees to pursers for copies inAdvance
anyone else. Then he would rush
lound to the Stack Exchange and cither
mt out fresh lines of short sales or else
"'cover" as circumstances seemed to ro-
J.quire. But he sold short every time-tha
market; rallied until tbo Trent affair wu
[eettied. lie acted an tho theory.that
jWhcu there Ib a cloud on the market it is
good policytoscll i*hortnudcontinue todo
'eo until the cloud Is entirely dispelled,
"SpenkliisE of tho foot that wm. K.
fVauuvrbilt," euid iv well-known club mau
the other evening, "has a room in his
houso which cost one hundred aud
Hsventy-flve thousand dollars to furnish,
recall* something not generally known,
that, yon can give an order to an agent
In Kow York uml secure some ran old
lurnishlnas from tho palaces of the 110-
I ilityotliurope. Inmniiy of thehotises
oi New York in lllion.ilros tliereare rooms
with furnishing onco owned by European
nobility—tho'sntnu uuilquo furniture, the
snme tapestried cu.iiiks aud walls, the
same wooden cpiHiUm, and paneling and
•richly-carved luulm^uiy wninscotiug,
(.even feet iiigb.nml cniivas ceilings ml-
firtied wllh beiiui if ut oil .minting. Sometimes n. room is nn er.nct rifcelimlo of one
that ft'New York inim has Impper.od to
seo in some palace uninropn, ami the cost
Is often enormous,' The postage arc not
averse to selling, A few year* ago tho
Duko of Marlbomuch sold n million dollars' worth of valimhlu furnishings,".
The gold of American mllUonnires
Isecnis a more positive farce than a line of
la liumhiid belted earls or the bluest of
^Tornum* blood. |
'        08l.AU Yv'lT.LOUOIIBT RIQG9.
•MWmmmmmmmMSSSSSSMMMMM.
TIIE-KETTS OV TBm&XKKETS;
Few of Uio lower orders -of creation
- equal ttie -brook trant.£»|jji^eii|to
' thcfii^nsityof lhp,,t»(^vppl'JoSitha^n-
tLi't.-mdf ivcrv l:vffoCl(^p,i|ty,-tothe-it^-
umtihttlib-jtiyof llieimijlei', and lust, bht
by no means least, to the supreme delight
of the epiciu'O. He i * in the market agaiu,
having lost for a Cine 1 be protection of
tho gamo laws, and will'cost the housewife only 60 cents a pouild, if she buys the;
very best of him on the fish stall. If her
lord and master goes afield to catch the
trout there is no good way of estimating
the cost; * Whatever it may be the it-ant
Is well wotoh it.   '
Fow people know, nud fewer remember, |
one grcftt. service TWhicb Daniel Webster
performed for mini kind in the ten days
during which he vas a member of the
Massachusetts Legislature. In one of his
speeches- hosniil. spfaktng of that time,
"I turned iny tli'-HglitB to the search of
some good object ill which I could be useful in the poH.lion, and after much reflection Iiutrodm'H. :i Wll which with the
general consent- of* both houses of the
Mjis-sachiKctts J.e','I»Jii!tiirelpapsed into a
law, aud U now a law of tlie State, whieh
enacts'that no man In tbo Stnto shall
cotjch trout in any other manner thau
with the ordinary hook and line," How
many men linv&w'one ns much for mankind in a whole lifetime as he did by this
one .act f   ■.
lb seems a little hard that with all the
toothsome dnint ic'i tho spring is fetching
in. her outstretched-bauds, the old familiar wail should go up inn chorus from
thousands upon thousands of households
all over the country, "what shall we havo
for dinner."
For it is certainly true that one half, and
probably much more, of the -substantial
comfort of this worl ldcpendsonrational,
well-considered-to: ing.■•■**Iast,->tte haw
men iibout. mc,"^ ;.*' Catttr, "that an
fat, sleek-headed u n, and snefc as sleep
o'nights," and no generalization of the.
human race is recogulMdaa-beiug wiser
Wan this.-** "'-*    :      '- ' ,
See to it, then, th tt such good things as
come within- your- reach nud means contribute to the excellence of that life which
you cannot livetiiit oflee.
There is a great f* tore of good things to
be hafl justnow, anil if biooli ttouUhe
tabooed by Itir pr\ri\ go (fol;4Hf(Ai->«lilt
have fish,' and of the best. A red snappci
is atootbsome bit, and will sell for 15 01
18 cents atfotriid.' illne'lbh q^^t.f,(>m*j
ing, aud are choice and Clanp .* t at), ci nic,
Sea boss will cohl-a little b ^,-,,'iiiid tho be I
fresh-water bahtniu'iy bifhnd fiir'SS cr,iiU;
If even a .little move' ihdulgviuu i ,'i^->
Biblo without M rt tchiug the purse htringt
too mm.li, choice salmon can bo iuidtl
from ".() to a.1) cent h. Moreover, the hi ;ac
have iv.mil norlii. .The *firfct>f(-.\v I nve already been taken iu tho Norlh Kivci, ane
they will fioou bu in tbo Connecticut-,
Thu price will vary from day to dnyfot
the litivt, Imt thty arp-plentiful, and show
up this year in spleiidld couditioii;,
* Take heart nt grace then. Is not hen
nlready a grateful change froth "tbo unceasing round" of steaks, and chops, atri
eggs? Bui'there aro many things elitl
than fish, ns well as many other iish. „   '
A notable litilelmiisewifc whom I'kybw.
.And Who never anka what*he*|uUliav«
for dinner, once told me her plan.        **
She snld, "Somebody hns to think lt al.
out. 1 can't, trust my servant. I won't
bother my husband. I won't take th«
time to study it over every day. 80 1
make out a list every two weeks of four
teen breakfasts and dinners ahead. I trj
to avoid too frequent repetitions, and il
isn't very hard to do that. I don't make
out a regular, bill of fare, but just j.ni
down one or two of thoprlubipaiili^lici
aud the dessert.. ,-   ;. • :
"Then at the end of the two weeks'! begin over again. I don't-mako just the
same list over again and I don't stick te
my programme too closely. Idomjrfwn
buying**) I knowprettyw«U whslUMW
in the markets, and if I wanttochangt
the dinner l do it. And after the first list
is made out it is easy enough to write out
the next oue. -■*■     . .,
"By doing mybWn boyisglsmethM*
purpo&ssi 1 keep postedonthessarksts, I
get exercise, and I savo monoy, IpWet
run a grocei^'or* buUhn'sliU. If I
have hot enough mowy; to bttT *^nt I
wnnt I go without, llttdit-won<n^iy
husband less tn bntn snnnllilni ■pslnj
frum his dimitr, than it dees »oi»wblllu
to payj for;we are poor, yeuknow.".
Hut to r«»me.» fish (stt't-t-hft only
thing to be had. Re Who neglects to eat
chli.keus in thespriugougbt to move to
Soul hern Illinois and ft(!d>on hasiuftpd
coiu-dodgcrs for Ihe rvstof his life. Feeding in all bu isfitfor, Ho hasn't learned
to oat. They conic lit different prices, ths
best, of course, being the most expensive,
it. Isn't exactly ''of course," by thoi way,
but (hat is tin) rule 1 that unhappily ol>
' u\ ns wit li regard' to most kinds of food*
The last Philadelphia broilers will cost
W a pair, or perhaps a trifle less, which is
fully tit) cents a pound, but excel Imt
abriug chickens can be had for much )(*-«.
Don't be afraid to'nskfor them tfldlooi
arouud for t hepi^i
' It is a most excellent thing fat* Almost
everybody todo, tocntan apple in begi.i*
ning breakfast, bht just now oranges sit
cheaper, and to many persons are mon
-palatable,; Tbey arc, of course, the two
staples, but some kind of ripe fruit is s
prime necessity of good living, and the
morning is the best, time to eat It. The
old proverb is true at that.end, though it
is absurdly false in declaring fruit to bo
bad ut any hour.
The varieties of fruit to be had just no •*/
nro not many, if the Imported tropbul
cut lostt ies arc left out. Those are graj.i-s
strawberries and plains,, none of tbcu
wiap yourself in tho mantle of assumed
superiority, and, while affecting to dis-
pise carnal things, assume tlpg-jMrltual
welfare is bettor tp be attained Ifr neglect
oftl^lilycomfitrW. '-Jl^wat^^f
And do not Imagine that these letters
preach gluttony or gourmaiidlslng. What
says liny ward in thai mod rbookg"!EI:*
ArtofbininRf" "The difference l*tw»:i
a gourmet and n pourmund we takil ttMii
this! a gourmet is be who -selects for l'»
nice ami learned delectation, ths im.- i
choicodcllcacicspicpiucdintbemootecl-
cntillo manner; -nherefU the gourmand
bears a closo analogy.tQytfcat ci9,m "'
gt-feat-efltcrs. lll-naluiailljf fwo *fi*ire iny)
denominated or. r\me.\ with Aldermen.';
The mbrAV -nt ,*1'- i** thnt Mi-bountiful
nature has provided au abundance of the
best for man to feed upon, That beat,
whafrvetttfo is yo.o-4 ywtfL JBaftm
lifo lu aoj Ulrwitlou. _     ifr
DifiD a, emu.
Ml«ttesi(«lr lrre»k««st)-"Brld«t.I told
,o,UaH5»y.lfk.th.p^%.W)t.rr
mrOtAf^miiki hh\„tt Bot'm-.-
»Hf that 1 sn at. baksil |»tatn .Wn morn-
ins lu the wake."
A Tliu.ly Suggestion,   -.
"Bnliliy," siilil Ills rrr.ilher, _U.nl)>"!
piuiislieil you only last weak for running
iiwny, ami yet yun Imvo ilona it again today.   I ilon't know what 1 shall do."
"Why not give up punishing me, ma,"
suggcstml Bohby, "ltdoetn'tMem to dq
nnygoodl" _r-m*ftshr.yti^
Is dry and turns hrrrd, until oil ia applied,
after which lt moves easily. When the
Jointa. or hinges, of the hotly aro stiffened
ud Inflamed by Rheumatism, they cannot te moved without causing the moat
ncnuUtlnf-palns. Ayer'a SarsaparUla,
by ita action on the blood, relieves thia
condition, and restores the joints to good
working order.
Ayer's SarsaparUla has effected, in our
dty, many most remarkable cures, in
taws which baffled the efforts of the
most experienced physicians.   Were it
wry, I oould give the names ot
many Individuals who have been cured
by taking thip medicino. .In my case it
|il worked Wonders, relieving me of
Rheumatism,
after being troubled with It for years. In
this, asd all other diseases arising from
Impure blood, thero Is no remedy with
*"** * '"' J *'  " -dssuoh
H.
Ayer's SarsaparUla cured me of Gout
and Rheumatism, when nothing else
would. It lias eradicated every trace of
disease from my system.—R. H. Short,
Manager Hotel Belmont, Lowell, Mass.
. I was, drrrlnir many months, a sufferer
from chronic ltheumatisin., The diseaso
afflicted mc grievously, in spite of all the
remedies T could llnrl, until I commenced
using Ayer's Siimapurilla. I took several bottles of this preparation, and was
'speedily restored to health. — J. Fream,
Independence, Va. . tt
Ayer's SarsapariUa,
Prraui-dl>ynr..l.O.Ayer&C_.,Low.ll,lhM.
9oldby.ll llmg.iili.   l'rtce|l; .1. bottles, ,1,
FECGBosrix:
ooicFAmr
LONDON,   EN0LANd7
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WarWi
POLICIES ISSUED  AT   THE  Lowest rates, and no combination wllh
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FAST  STAGE.
.— jtA*ok   I.EA*/ES
... hatoom for New Westminster evory
E8DAY A THURSDAY morning at
half-past sli, arriving at New Westminster at seven In the evening, via Blaine
and Perndale. Beluriilng-Ieoves New
S^i,J?,Jl*.*,ler.'^r Wlmlcon. .very WED-
NESDAYand FRIDAY mornlng.arrlvlng
at Whatcom same evening.
This Is ths only through stage and the
only slags making tht trip In one day,
thereby saying time and expense (or pas-
Passenger, eonveyadtaand taken from
any hotel In town.
For further Information, apply to
dJeUml
FOR
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Also, Agent for the celebrated While
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OME COPIES OF THE
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on hand, and will be disposed of
at a discount for cash.
This Directory is published
by Messrs; Williams and Mal-
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amount of valuable information
respecting the different cities,
settlements, and districts in the
province, besides a list of the
names and addresses of business
men, farmers, etc. It is a well-
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dwjallts       W»g*llINBTER,n.O.
LOT H, BLOOK JCXXVI, 132 FEET ON
Blilce Hlreol.'KO feet Jcon unri 183
feet on Moluuirs .street; contains about
IV, ordinary city loin. Hun! rrnd Btuble
on premises with accommodation fort,
horses, harness room, Ac.; good well of
water; garden, planted with fruit trees.
Particulars on application to
dmylBto W. J. FRENOH.
TIDIES T-A-BIIE
Str. "Ciadys,"
UNTU, FURTHER NOTICE, WILL
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on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS nnd SATURDAYS, ut 7 ii. m.. returning on the following dayH. For all further Information
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VicnoiuA, B. C.
PARK RESERVE.
\TOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
ll the parcel bf land described below
nan been reserved and Hot apart forthe re-
creation nnd enjoyment of the public, an
trovldedby BeotIon3o(*'An Act to amend
he 'Lund Act, IBM,"' Chap. 16 of 1888,
viz;!—
All that portion of tlmt certain tract of
land and premiHee known on the official
Eilan or map of themiljiulmn lands of the
JItyof NewWestmliiRterns the paitt reserve, contained within t)ic following described boimdnrlos, that is to nny.coni-
menclnR nt the corner of the Park Reserve at the intersection of Park Lano
with the first unnamed street running
north-easterly and south-westerly, lying
to the westward of Melbourne Street;
thence nlong the westerly boundary'of
Park Reservo In a north-cni-torly direction a dlHianae of seventeen (17) chains:
thence in a south-easterly direction, at
right angles to the* westerly boundary of
said reserve, to the. easterly boundary
thereof; thence In a south-westerly dli
dary of Leopold Place; thence following
the lines dividing said Park Reserve
from Leopold Placo, Royal Avenue and
Park Lane, to place of commencement;
containing 87 aeres, more or less.
W. S. GORE,
'Surveyor-General.
Lands A Works Department,
Viotoria, to* 0., SHh May,'68.      Je2ml
■■ANY MAN—
Who le Waafc, Nervoni, Debilitated,
¥bo In hi* follr and Ifaoranoe has
tlAe.away his\t~    ^~
hmi   nsoMoBfi   Dreadful' Dreams,
Weakness of Memory, Dashfulaess In
nil tho Mflhoti leading to Earlr Deaafi
Consumption or Inianlty, will And 10
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Imparts Youthful Visor, restores the
Vital Power In old and young, strengthens and Invigorates the Brutus and
Nerves, builds up tbe muscular system
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cal energy of the human frame, wllh
our Specific No. 23 the  most obstinate
case can be cured in thrV'nI months) and
recent ones In less than DO days.  Each
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rlcefa Cures guaranteed.  Our Min
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vata Diseasei, no matter of how lonf
standi ur. Sold under our written Own-*
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CONSUMPTION
That dread terror, a disease so Iom
balling science and the most skllleu
physlclims, who knew of nothing to
arrest, nothing lo alleviate, nothing to
cure. Now it is no longer an Incurable malady even when given lip by
yhvHiclims. li.-nltl. cun yet be found In
Ovil REMEDY; it hen Ih nud simthis
the membrane of tiio Lungs, inflamed
and poisoned bythe mvnges of this
fell diseaso, nnd proven ta the night
sweats and tightness across tliu chest1
which accompany It.  Prlco 98,
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OUR KLKOANT PREPARATIONS.
Remember wo manufacture nnd sre the
solo proprietors of tbe following specialties, and that tbey can be bad from no
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DRU0QI8T8. Cdrrespmideiico strictly con-
tideni lal. ConsultatUm upon all chronic
dlseiiRe Invlled, HO CHARGE exoept fnr
medicine:-). All goods sent SMjuro from
observation. Toronto Medicine Co., To-
ronlp.Utit.
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Our magnificent jireimrntloim nre warranted perfectly harmlcMN, We propnre
the nMowlOS coiors-tbe liner sbndes
arise from the hnir Itself: IIIhcU. Dark
llrown. Medium Hrmvn, {'li'->*tinil, Light
Chestnut, Gold lllnndi-, Ash or lllimde
Cendree. Rend sample of hnir when o^
derlng. PrlTO, $2pcrbottJi>, Toronto Medicine Co., 'foiontti, Otil.
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In ordering plcaNc sper-jry whiuli yon
require; wo gunmntre tliem to gtve mutt
satisfaction. No. S Imparts to tho skin
the color and freshness of maidenhood,
harmless and cannot, he detected, Jl.liV
No. tt removes wrinkles, §2. No. 10 removes Livor Spots, 91.!t*v No. 11 removes
Flesh Worms, 91.25. No. I'.! removes
Freckles, tl.&'i. No. IR removes Pimples.
11.35. No. N removes Tan, W.M. No. 16
removes Motes, 82. No, 111 removes pock-
marks, $2. No. 17 removes. uudiio pcrspl"
ration, SI.K. No. lfl, an nbholule unfailing
speolflo for tho retention, development or
restoration pf the Hair, 91.35, Toronto
Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
THE BUST.
No, 10 is a amblncd Internal nnd external treatment which speedily develops
or restores the female bust to thepropor-
tlous of voluptuous nntuio, Is entirely
larmlessandoertaln In results. PrlcelS.
Toronto Medlalne Co., Toronto,Ont.
dwoplftt <
Dress-MsSingI
Misses McDOVGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
•*• BatlsfaoUoD mianntewl.      il.plBlo
City Laundry
joe -avi.
HAVINO LEASED AND FITTED UP
 aShojpon Dallas ■fn^Jiwly^
 ipo .	
•oilte Mr. Wise's Stable, Is now prepared
io undertake tbe work of a
General Laundry*
Competent men employed, aud work
f;uaranteed. Having engaged a Wagon
or delivery, clothes will be delivered
promptly lu auy part of the city. First*
class references given If required. A trial
order solicited. Prices will be found as
low as In any flrst-class establishment,
Families taken at special rates.
OTOi-ders may be left at Mr. Dickinson's
Butcher Shop; Columbia Ht.        dJaSte
INDEPENDENT
<K
STRAIGHT, FAIR OeMWBHOM BUSINESS.
.WNERS OF FARMS OR CITY LOTS
' to sell will have their Interests, as
woll as buyers, carefully guarded In atl
transactions, and. no extras put on first
prices;
Always hav» gooil bargain! In Vancouver Lots.
Correspondence solicited.
WH. (ti«M BELL,
CAHBinST., P. 0. BOX 05,
diiplUta ■VJaJSTOO-D"V3B».
Dominion Lands.
If *YOV ARB PAYING FOR YOVR
Pre-emption or torrent of. Mining or
urpzlng Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Oovemment,
DO NOT PAY CASH
But pay ln 0OXUO0? and save a
lai-ge^rsoounfr*** w*w- ™ '*"
Scrip can be obtained In large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY k CHAMPION,
B-h-mrxcmmm.
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OR TOOK
THE BAKU OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEV WESTMINSTER.
dwmhSto
HERE
rnHE UNUKKSU-JNEU KKKP.S CONSTANTLY ONHANU A LAKOB-ANU
JL   complete usHottiiicnt of
Me»«*7*r-iiis *Mal  _mm'MM.srj_ims:twm
Whiirli will lie sold at the L0.WKST POSSIBLE I'RICES FOR CASH. (WA larau
consignment to arrive sliortl]r.*£l Always in stock—Lenllicr, Shoo Find-
lllgK, &€.. of nil kinds.   Custom Work a specialty.
-jk.Mt-..iBm _tLO-—mm_-A—XT,
dwjolyl No.8l,(*oi.l'MnlA SrnirKT.
CASTORIA
far Infante and Children.
''OiitarUlsnw.Ui4apt_dtoel)*lr]nnUiat|OWtaitoei|T«(-»IIe,i
I recommmdltMrolmloirtoniypnrMrliitloa I Som Btomaoh, DlM*0— —_,___, .,
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I WltElDJI,
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I wVmfibattota      ^^^^^^
Tm Craiion Oanwtr, TT Mrrrrsy StrMt, S. T.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker In Tine tk*uiu*i>«tiVr
R«atc between
kfutiuiirudSu hum
flr»Bd Scenic Boats or tke facile
Coait.
PULLMAN   BUFFET 8LIIPIRB
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of BMond-Claas Pu-
senior., attached to.Kxpnss Trains.
Fare from Portland lo Bacnmeuto and
Ban Finuclscor Unlimited, »U| First
CIms (Limited), »N| Second Class (Ii-
nilted), aiB.
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
*™_9t,'A     .
lss.Af.nt.
W. A. AUSTLN,
UXALER IN
General lleroWiu!
SEW WIUHISBICB, B. «.
Hay and Feed
wood"& coal
(TRE BEST QUALITY).
Dry CleodN, Boots * Wikio,
Provisions A Oroeerles.
I-ARMERS' "HARDWARE,
' ■•«•■>«>. «»•«--
•••Ah wi-un. no wbl.kyor tolmircn *.
ean, by temperate habile and careful economy, serve the publlo at eapecl.lly low
rates.. dwJal'Ac
HEAD OFFICE, • 56 Hew Broad St. ■ IDNDQN, £NGHND.
The Business of ALLSOP b MASON has been merged in the above Company
and will he carried on by the Company from this date as a general Land Investment
and Insnrance Agen :y.
MOSEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rata, Towr Lots and Farming
Lands for Sale on euy terms,
Victoria, R C, May lfth.UB. d»'e7U*
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET ■ VICTORIA.
A.OBUTTS   JTOB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. ror Mainland.
H.C. BEETON e\ CO.,
88 Finsbury Circus,
London, E. C.
OOME AND SEE!
notics.
the
OTICE IH   HEREBY -GIVEN THAT
we liave applied to the Mlnliter of
Interior (or a leave for timbering pur-
esof the following described lanaln
ew Westminster District;
Commencing at a stake at the southeast corner of Lot 388, Group One, and
running north 80 ohalns.more or less, to
Uie Moodyvllle Sawmill Company's timber limits; thence east 40 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence east 40 ohalns,
thence south 40 chains, thenoe west 80
chains, to place of commenoemen t- containing 480 acres, more or lens.   .
BOYAL CITY PLANING MILL8 CO.
. (Limited)
djclSml       John Hendby, Manager.
■•ss\a*-*#wmm**\tte>.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CUMP'V
I Oi.uHriia«St.andHP.i.i, M.r.r.,
LONDON.
INSTITT^EI). 1H0.-1.
FOR INSURING HOU8KS b OTIIKR
Bnildlngs, Good., Wans, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stuck,
Ships In Port, Harbor or Dock, anil tha
Crgoes of suoh VeeKls j aim, Shim Ira lid-
Ing and repairing, Barge, and other Vessel, on navigable rivers wd canals, and
Qoods ou board such VmmIi, throughout
Great llritalu aad lrclaad and in Foreign
Countries,
FK0I L0S8 OR DAM1HIT Ilt*C.
Subaorlbod and Invcted Capital,
•£1.600,000 8TG.
Rate, of Premium and every Inlornia
tion nan lie obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
AfMt ft.-K*w
W. H. HOLDEN,
AVINO TAKEN P08S«S8ION OF
the "♦Temperance House,"fronting
Solamblaana Ohurch Streets, opposite
____ Episcopal Church, and now known
aa the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the trarellug public
at the following rates:
Board per da; ._ II 00
™   ^ week   6 00
Single Meal    25 •
Beds.    IS
aflLGooa acoommodatlon tor Ladle, and
famine.. mytte
Flowers for tale
NOTICE.
Canada Lift Innnt Co.
-pAHTIES INHURKJ1 IN TIIK ABOVfe
A Company, whoso Prpmtimia nre pay-
able at Eastern palntJi, mitt have tin- place
of pa-fment thdnicf ohmiKoil tn this city,
froeoi cltarep, by applying to tin-undersigned.
ttr RiNkH iHhfin In this l<*-mllim*-t'nna<
dliini-umpMiiy nl Mimiinivnrfllilii rates.
dje2Htc
HENRY V. ESMONDS,
1
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE 8UHSCRIBEB8 ABE NOW PREPARED TO TURK OlUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RI8S
At Special Low Rotes.
Dnjinjr ud JU1 M of foniiiff
Done at Shortest Notice.
aT-r-M'oniweecl ilollvered lo any partof
the City.
Orden by Telophono will receive prompt
attention.
•arstables nearly opposite 0. P. It. Depot, Columbia St., NewWestmlnster.
djalltc      QIIXEV BROa Pmis.   I
ESTABLISHED 1858.
ROBT DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
l«e»rly Opposite tke Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE LAMEST AND  CHOICKST
•Mortmant of all detcriptloas of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on band, and supplied to Families, Restaurant., ami Steamboats at th.
LOWEST l'OBSIHLK PRICES.
CHINA & JAPAN
J laig«
WK HAVR .TUBT KEOKlVKt
(•ottnlgnment of nil kitnl*
CELEBRATED TEA;
nmbroldcred Silk Goods,
Shawls, Screens, Bed Quills,
Iresslif fi«ns,ilie,,iWc,
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Orange Demonstration.
..W.M,
ghtilB fritteh Ololttmbtan
tatwday Evening, Jaly t. ISSS.
A transfer companv with a capital
■took of 160,000 hat bean formed in
Vancouver.
Over 2000 lbs. of frosh salmon were
shipped to-day lo Vanoouver and various points C.P.R.
Tho str. Gladys cleared for Chilliwhack this morning with a full cargo
and abont 20 passengers.
■ Merchant, nre very busy filling or-
ders from farmers for harveating implements and general supplies.
The water in the river is still falling
steadily and has now got down to the
point usual at this itune ol the year.
The str. "Rainbow aftived from Viotoria lut evening and cleared again at
7 o'olock this moming with freight and
Mr. Buchanan haa been placing a
new steam pump in Ben Young's
stumer, and otherwise repairing her
machinery.
The buoys at the mouth of the river
that drifted out of position last week
during the storm, have been replaced
in position.
W. R. Vianen is nuking the fint
pack ol the season of salt salmon, whioh
he intends shipping tb South America
on the Puritan.
The Westminsterites who attended
the 4th of Julvrwlrtthtion in Seattle
were successful in carrying off a large
number of prism.
It is stated that Messrs. Spratt e.
Gray .old the ateamer Emma to Mr.
Laidlaw for use at his cannery on the
Fraser river.—Times.
As will be seen by printed bills, the
popular lecturer. Rev. J. W. Webb,
lectures in Oddfellows' new hall on
Monday and Tuesday next.
On Monday night at 8 o'clock the
monthly general business meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. will he held in their
rooms.   All members please attend.
.No injurious effects can follow the use
ot Ayer s Ague Cure. It contains an unfailing antidote and specific for mlasmlc
poisons, together with remedial agents
which purity and re-invigoratethesystefti.
The steamer Irving arrived down
from Ohilllwhsok this afternoon with a
number of sheep, pigs, cows, and
calves, and a large quantity of farm
Young wife- "John, mother ssys
she wants to bs cremated." Young
husband—"Tall her if she'll get on
her things I'll take her down this
morning."
The Rev. J. W. Webb, of Oregon,
will(D. V.) give a gospel address in
the rooms of the Y. M. O. A. to-morrow afternoon nt 4:30 o'clock. All are
welcome.
In the ahaence of Rev. J. B. White,
who is at Plumper's Pau, Rev. Robt.
Lennie will preach in Oddfellow's Hall
at 11 a.m. to-morrow, and Rer. J. W.
Webb at 7 p.m.
The blackberry crop is unsually
large this season and the Indians are
nuking good wages by picking them
tnd peddling them to housekeepers
all over the eity.
No medicine la more conscientiously
prepared, more powerful, or more highly
eonoontrattd, than Ayer's SarsapariUa.
Its standard of excellence Is the neult of
easeful study. This preparation ta ac-
knowledged by the medical profession to
be tbe beat blood purifier.
-Ihe -Times uys that the man Jack-
son, whou body was found at Vanoouver recently with hit throat cut,wu
ait one time t resident of Victoria,
where he dealt in boots ud ahoes, yel-
vaolo sola, etc. His wife is residing
there at preaent.
The advance guard of the sockeye
run It entering the river in increased
■umber, daily. The cannery boat, at
tht mouth of tht rivet averaged 16 the
night Before lut, but of course this is
taty small. A week from In dey it is
lunal -tht beets will average it lust
200etoh.
IO. P. steamship Zambesi sailed
■writing for Japan and China,
r tht ltlgut (ratio ever shipped
from Vanoonver for the Orient.   It
TuSfil
. I of 800 belee Amerioan
oottoo. 1800 btlu Canadian cotton,
MOOi
1a Itfgt nttsber of pesSengers.
ia. ——•s-tssasfc 'iTT
Siatst*. •tufeCeMnUea.
By an advertisement in another column it will bo seen that thero will be
a grsnd Orange oelekration at Vancouver on the 12th. Brethren tre requested to be tt the lodge room here
tt 7a.m. so u to leave on the 8 o'olock
tnin for Vancouver. The contingent
from this eity will return on the 8
p.m. train.
The tealkem Bailway.
It is believed thtt before Mr. Van
Home leant tht province a decision
will-be reached regarding tht construction of the New Westminster snd
southern railway to tht boundary. Negotiations sre In progress between the
various parties interested in the scheme
and a solution at an early date is looked tat.—Vie Timet
Time 1. Money.
So evidently thihk the officers of the
China steamshipParthw, wliich,aooord-
ing to our dispatches this afternoon,
got into Vancouver to-day, just 12
days from China mid Japan. This is
the fastest time made yet on the route.
The other day letters were received in
this province just 12days from England.
British Columbia is getting to be, instead of on the outskirts, u a few
years ago, about the centre of commerce and civilization.
 ! .    .  .	
Target Praellfe. -
About twenty atemben of the N.W.
Ride Association mustered on the
Brownsville Range this afternoon for
target pnetice. Five shots were fired
at 200, 400, COO tnd 800 yards and the
shooting was better on the. avenge
than at any previous pnetice this season. Tha officers of the association
would request all memben to attend
the practices between now and the end
of the month, it it Is particularly desired to take a first-class team over to
Victoria to compete at the meeting of
the provincial rifle association.
——_,—. . .	
ltr. Jekyll and Hr Hyde
Anther tmall audience witnessed
the above play as put ou the stage
last night at Herring's Opera House
by tht Oto. M. Woodt Dramatic Co.;
but the manner in which the play waa
carried through deserved that the
house should hove boen packed. Mr.
Woods, pitying the double character
of Jekyll and the fiendish Mr. Hyde
was perfect. Miu Marguerite St.
John, u Joykll's dsughter, wu perfect
in her toting tnd frequently won the
applause of the audience. The balance
of the cute were thoroughly acquainted with their parts and played admirably-
 . . . 1	
A Jockey's De.lb.
Mr. Moresby received word last
night that a Kamloops half-breed named Dare, who came from the interior
to jockey t hone at the Vancouver
races, had been found deed in a stable
at Hastings. Dare, with an Indian
named Johnny, had been exercising
his hone and previous to leaving Vancouver ' had been drinking rather
freely. When Hutings was reached
he complained pf being sleepy, and lay
down in the stable to sleep off the
effects of the drink. Shortly afterwards a mau repotted that something
wss wrong with Dare and t doctor waa
sent for from Vancouver, but on his.
arrival the half-breed was dead.
 .. . .—
Tke Twit Cities.
It is understood that tho C. P. R.
hu finally decided upon extending its
New Westminster bnnch to Vancouver, and that opentiont thereon
will begin at tn early date. The
distance between the two cities, by
the new route, will be leu than
a dozen milea. At present the time occupied in retching either city is clou
upon an hour tnd a half, whilst the
distance by way of the junction is in
the neighborhood of 25 miles. The
train service, when the dual line is
completed, will be incrotsed. This
will prove tn advantage to both places.
—Fie. Times. The Times probably
gleaned Ihe above from the Columbian
of a few days ago.
lull -ney Caste.
Another ship, the John Russ, is now
on the way from Snn Francisco to
Westminstor, to load lumber at the
Royal City Mills for Mexico. Her
tonnage is not known, but she is to
carry away some 460,000 feet of lumber, about the ume u the Oamana
will load. The management of the
Royal City Planing Mills, with characteristic enterprise, are arranging to
charter aevonl more vessels and they
expect from thia time forward to liave
uvenl vessels always loading at their
wharvw, What, a month ago, wu
looked upon.by many aa an impossibility—loading ocean-going vessels for
foreign ports—hu been realised to ita
fullest extent, and to the enterprise
aud energy of the management of the
Royal City Mills this great victory is
due.
hen Fraaelaee Mall Hervlee.
Tha postmuter-general has decided
to supply a mail sorvioe between Viotoria and San Francisco by the P.C.S.
Co'.s steamen as previously. Officials
of the department are now hero arranging the matter. Thia will only be
temporary, as it is the intention to
make changes in the steamship service
itself. Other and faster boats will
probably be put on,, tnd dates of sailing nude more convenient. When
this hu been effected the department
will consider a permanent scheme. In
this oonneotion we may uy that the
Sound and overland service is being
investigated With t viow to improvement, tnd It is probable that all the
annoying delays to which the public
have been subjected of lato will bo removed. The whole system needed remedying,'and the department is determined to make it is perfect as possible, with a view to meeting the desires
of the peoplo.—Colonist.
A lady writes: •' I was enabled to re-
move the corns, root and branch, by the
use of Holloway's Com Cure." Others who
have triad it have tha stmt experience.
Ktegtm
that idves Cap.
Home timo ago tht Vancouver baseball club sent the secretary of the
Westminster club tho photograph of a
handsome cup, whioh waa to be presented to tho club defeating the winner of tho game at Vancouver on Dominion day. Our boys signified thoir
intention of playing the victon the dsy
after the Vancouver match, or any
other convenient time. The match
resulted in Vancouver defeating the
Viclorit club and Westminster immediately announced their readiness to
have a try for the oup. Today word
was received that Ihe terminal city
club did not Intend to give our boys a
clianco to win it, and lhat tho cup had
beon sent to Victoria lo bo engraved.
The Westminster club consider this
rather unfair dealing and feci
that in justico to all tho lirst
conditions should be carried out.
Had the Victoria club won the match
on Dominion Day and refused to play
Westminster there certainly would
have been a row kioked up in Vancouver, but the terminals won, and that
alters the cue entirely. However, our
boys have the beautiful, photograph,
aha it is a little consolation for them to
look at it occasionally and know that if
justice were done the original would
soon be in the Royal City.
Tke Ckanael tarvey.
The enagboat Samson returned from
the sandheads lut night with Mr. Hill,
C.E., and Capt. Robinson on board,
who repressented the city snd board
of trade, while thb oBoitl aurvey of
the channel wu being made by Capt.
Lewis of the marine department. The
results of the surrey as made from the
cross lines fixed by Mr. Hill hsve been
very satUlactory tnd fully realize all
that wu exported. Oapt. Lewis wu
on board the snagboat while the
soundings were being taken, and personally superintended the work. The
lead was handled by a sailor from the
str. Sir Jamu Douglas. More than
auflicient water wu found tt all psrts
of the channel except between buoys
7 and 8, Where the official soundings
recordid, at extreme low tide, 11 ft
0 inches of water, which with a tide of
11 fl. gives 22 ft. 6 inches at high
water. Tho distance between the crou
lines where the water ahallowa is not
move than 160 feet, snd, in the opinion
ot both Mr. Hill and Capt. Robinson,
could bo easily dredged, Tho bar is a
sort of thump in the bed of the chsu-
nel, extending across, and is composed
of silt and sand, the surface of whioh
has become so smooth by the action of
the currents that tlie water elides
easily over it without reducing its size.
Capt. Robinson uys lie would gusran-
tee, with proper appliances, to reduce
tho bsr two feet within one week,, tnd
further uys that it would be t very
simple and inexpensive matter to re-
'im_twti*M*<& «•*- ■°ottoij
on each side of it. The buoys are all
placed in proper position and the channel carefully marked, for the guidance
of mariners.
The results of this surrey have only
borne out the soundings ttktn tt
various timu during the nut spring.
Nothing ntw hu been learned and
nothing new wu expected. But we
hope t)apt. Lewis is how utiafied that
the bar is covered by more than 7 feet
pf water at low tide. It now remains
for the Dominion government to take
prompt action and commence the channel improvements without delay. The
tnde of the port demands immediate
attention, and, as the money has been
voted for the work we hope thegov-
o***_mfjp£ wjll.keepfuitli and permit no
useless delays.
Teaehers' Insulate.
We cull from the Colonist the following from Thursday's proceedings of the
Tcaohen' Institute:
"Natural Methods of Teaching
Grammar," by W. Sievewright, wu t
paper ably handled. The essayist used
the blackboard for illustration.
Mr. John Jetsop, ex supt. of tduca-
tion, gave a rapid resume of publio
school work in British Columbia. Mr.
Jeaiop'soff-hand "talk" abounded in
wit, humor and sound common sense.
The teachers of ''this glorious province of ours" were advised of tho fact
that their predecessors, the pedagogues
of the esrly sixties, were glad to re-
ceivo a benefit from a travelling circus
to enable them to keep their heads,
financially, above water. Commou
sohool education tnd educators Were
not u popular in the go|d excitement
dayt as they tre now.
A recitation by Miu Cameron wu
next given, whioh wat excellently rendered tnd received much deserved ap*
planae. .   •
The president then called upon Mr.
W. A. Levinge to illustrate hie method
of teaching freehand drawing from the
blaokbotrd. Mr. Levinge displayed
muoh dexterity with the crayon, illustrating very ably the various processes
of drawing, such u conventionalism,
symmetry, balance, vertical, horizontal
and cental repetition. At tbe conclusion the president tendered Mr.
Levinge the thanks of tht convention.
Superintendent Pope introduced Mr.
Pottmeyer, who read an able paper on
"TheStudy of Modern Languages."
The chief points brought out were thst
foreign languages shonld bo learned in
the ume way u we acquire our native
tongue, and that oral instruction
should precede Instruction-in reading.
Meun. Pope, Stainburn, Sivewright
and Offerhtus then made a few remarks on the subject. Mr. Smith
resd an able and interesting paper on
" Discipline in our Schools." Inspector
Wilson and Messrs. Stainburn, Gilchrist and Miu Cameron spoke favorably un the paper. Mr. J.P. McLeod,
B. A., being absent. Inspector Wilson
read his piper entitled "A Classical
Eduution," The paper wtt an able
one and showed careful thought The
points evoked were that the olsasioel
languages have an incomparable super-
iority over all langutges, deed or living; that our civilization demands that
the province should place the means of
obtaining a good elementary education
within the reach of all its eitisens, then
a sohool of technical science, tnd then
the ancient languages, whioh u t
means of culture have been tried and
hot found wanting." Superintendent
Pope spoke ol Ihe benefit derived from
the study of the anoient langusgss,
even in t limited degree.
The following we. glean from yesterday's Tinier. /
stfte-afemK
Dr. McGregor, being requested,
made a few remtrks congratulating the
convention on its well conducted sessions tnd tht able papers reid, tnd
■sld chat til would bt greatly benefitted by atteuding ita sessions. Mr.
Kerr then delivered an excellent recitation, which concluded the session on
Thursday.
Yesterday, aftor the opening, Miu
Armstrong being called upon, read a
paper on 'IPhysiology." It dwelt upon
the ancient maxim "Know Thyself."
By the use of the blackboard she illustrated her method of teaching the subject, and showed herself to be thoroughly familiar with it. The use of
narcotics and stimulants were shown
to be detrimental to tho nervous system, and oven toa drinking, if carried
lo excoss, might be injurious. After a
few remarks on the subject by tlie
president, Levinge, Sivewright, aud
Muiihell. Mr. It. Landells, B.A., gave
a lesson on arithmetic, dearly illustrating his methods of dealing with
notation and numeration. Mr. L«n-
dells showed himself to be a very thorough instructor in this branch of education.
Mr. H. M. Stramberg, M. A., followed with the paper of the session,
"Cui Bono I" The writer commenced
by citing examples of the effect of education upon certain individuals, such
ss Byron, Shelly. He stated that
education wu a disturbing element in
society. Indirectly it wu the source
of Socialism, Communism, Nihilism,
i-o. What reason then was there why
we should be educated. Life had no
muning without it. A discontented
Socrates wu better thin a contented
Zulu. Religion alone could not uve
the world. Faith without knowledge
wu of none effect. Men must be t
learner or he ceases to bt a man by
becoming either a god or a brute. It
wu the duty nf the state to educate
every rational being.
Bev. D. McRae followed with a few
remarks uyiog he hsd listened to the
paper with unabated interest. It furnished excellent food for thought to
every member of the institute.
Mr. Stramberg wu tendered a vote
of thanks for hia paper. Session closed with a well rendered solo by Miu
Hicks who was accompanied by Miss
G. Storey. ■ .
Pale, Woebkcone Invalids suffering
from poverty of the blood, bilious sufferers and those whose circulation la depraved, shoirld use without delay Northrop
b Lyman's Vegetable Discovery anil
Dyspeptic Cu-o, the celebrated blood
purifier, which stimulates digestion, Increases the nutritive properties of the
blood, and expels impurities from the
system.
Personal.
D. McRae, inspeotor uf timber limits, is stopping it the Colonial.
J. S. Clute, oolleotor of customs,
went over to Vancouver to-day.
S. H. Roman, representing Pendray
Ic Co.'s B. 0. Soap Works, is in town.
J. G.Jaquu goes to Viotoria tomorrow, and will absent three or lour
dtys.
Senstor Molnnu left Toronto this
morning for. Westminster tnd is expected to reach home on Friday next.
Mr. A. McDonald, after a long residence in Orillia, has decided to join
his son-in-law in British Columbia.
The latter Is doing well, and Mrs. Mo-
Donald wishes not only to be user her
daughter but also tt the seaside sgsln.
Mr. McDonald hu disposed of all the
property he hu acouired aince coming
to Orillia, and will leave for the Pacifio
provinoe in a week or two.—Orillia
JParlef, June S9.
Wboleule city Isrket.
B9
Mr. W. R. Lazier, Bailiff. Ac, Belleville, writes: "I find Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil the best medicine I have ever
used in my stable. I havo used it for
bruises, scratches, wind puffs snd cuts,
and in every case it gave the best satisfaction. We use it u a household remedy for colds, burns, Ac, and is a perfect
panacea. It will remove warts by paring
them down tnd applying it occasionally,**
Flreuei'sTeatmaaieat at Seattle
(Special to the Ooluhuiah.)
StAirut, W. T., July 7.—The annual tournament of the Northwestern
Firemen'. Association, which hss been
in progress in this city aince lut Wed*
nesday, terminated yesterday. The
speed race, in which (earns were requited to run 700 feet pulling a jumper carrying 260 feet of hose, resulted u
follower Albany, Oregon team, time,
27 1-6; Eut Portland turn, lime, 28
4-5; Vancouver, W. T., turn, time,
287-10; Vancouver, B. 0., time, 30
seconds; Spokane falls, time, 28 3-6;
Seattle, W. T., team tied the Vancouver, B. 0. team, nuking the run In 30
seconds. The Queen Oily turn (Seattle) tlso made the run in 30 seconds,
a coincident seldom, if ever, hurd of
before. In the dry test, running 400
feet to the hydrant, laying 400 fut of
hou, breaking couplings and attaching
pipe, the Spokane Falls turn nude tht
run in 32 320; Vancouver, W. T., 36
3-10; Vancouver, B. O., 86; Queen
City, (Seattle) 3716; Albany, Oregon,
33. The Viotorii, B. 0. tttn, which
wm not in the speed nee, met with t
misfortune, the hou bagging when
near the hydrant, preventing the hydrant man from nuking connections;
consequently no time wu given.
In his VgorrABLt Pius, Dr, Parmelee
hu given to the world the fruits cf long
scientific reasaroh in tbe whole realm of
medical science, combined with new aud
valuable discoveries never before known
toman. For Delicate and Debilitated
Oonttitutioni Parmelee'. PUla aot like a
charm. Taken in small doses, the effect
is both a tonic and a stimulant, mildly
exciting the secretions of the body,
giving tone and vigor.
Children Cryfor PltcheACastorla
TJAPTIST   CHURCH,  Agnes HtrMI,
O But of Mary street, Xord's, Day
HervlcosatIIa.in. and Ian, Babbain
School andBlble Clan at iiN p. m. All
seals free; atrangsra cordially welcomed.
Meeting on Thursdays at f.aop.n
tree; stranger, oordlally Invited,
§T. PAUL'S.CHURCH. John Strew,
I Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thorn*,
addon, Pastor. BsrvioUeyMy Bunday
at 11 a. ra. and 7 v. ra. Thursday evstlags
at7rJ0 o'eloek. Beau free? all an,cordially Invited. -Sunday Sohool aMrrtip. m.
Beef,     per 100 Ibr
Pork "
Mntton "
Rldes(gr*n)*'
Potatoes "
Cabbage " .
Onlona "
Wheal "
Oata •'
Peu '•
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   810
 11 00
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-- ...  ,   ner tou  18 00
Butter (rails) per Si ,  0 SS
Obeese, '•  ;. o 10
Eggs,      perdoz  0 SO
Cordwood (retail) per cord 8
i 000
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176
176
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100 00
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Mrs, Barnhart, cor. Pratt and Broadway, hu bun a sufferer for twelve yeara
through rheumatism, and lias tried every
remedy ahe could hear of, but received
no benefit until she tried Dr. Thomu'
Eclectrio OU; she says she cannot express
the satisfaction sho feels .at having her
pain entirely removed and her rheumatism cured. There ore base imitations of this medicine for sale; aeo that
you got Dr. Thomu' Kolootrio Oil.   .
—me Baby wu sick, w. gsvt hu Caatoria,
Wlna sh. wu a (Md, tha cried let Catena,
Whet sas becsrae Hin, the dang to Cutoria,
WhMSI*h*rfCUMi«,Ai ga» torn castsila
Worms derange the whole' system,
Mother Oravea Worm Kxeermlnator .deranges worms, and gives rest to the sufferer. It only costs twonty-five cents'to
try It and be convinced.
imioit lopob ir«. a, a, f.
M.— The regular Communications ot tbls Ifitt*- tre
.   ,    . held on the flrst Monday in each
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially luvlwd toattem!
PETER ORANT,
feSS-to Seoretary.
k    union
■l/V* •**-•
yL_u munlo
/V> heldoi
At Vancouver!
THE BRETHREN OK LOYAL OR-
ange Lodge, No. 1, are requested to
meet In tbeir Lodge Room at T e. tt.
that on THURSDAY, Urn JULY, In
order to proceed by 8 o'clook train to Vancouver to take part In the Grand Orange
Demonstration at that place. All Brethren cordially Invited.
'■ Ily orderof tlie W. M.
New West., 7llr July, 1SHS. ilJlyTW
TEACHER WANTED.
A   DULY   UUALIFIK!' TEACHER IS
A rehired tm tw Hew Westminster
High Sohool. Brilnry, 1100 per montli.
Dulles to commence first. Monday In
August. Applications to bs sent to the
undersigned not later than noon of tbe
16th July next.        .__'.■■■.■_,
■       _ J.;*RAI*P.
Secretary lo School Board.
N.W., June 11, KM.
d'.lltd
VANOOUVER CITY
FoundryiMachineWorks
THE PROPRIF.TOK8 OF THESE
workn have much pleuure In notifying their friends and the public that they
are now prepnred to receive and promptly
execute any orders for work tn their line
with which they may be favored.
A. McKELVIE,
,   , Ct. Mechanical Manager.
' Vbiw*uv«t\ *0.,i«ti May, 1868.
dwmyiatc *'
North British and
Mercantile
FIBE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED   I80§,
Authorlied Capital,  *
Sabscrlbrt     >•        •     1,5W,0M
mn up,       • . ■--/  mm
lire Imd S Umttm. tt .     __
at31stDw.,lufr     -     1.180,111
leteaie Tire Brack,      1,-HMH
|3r Rates as Low aa any other
reliableCompanydoing business in Britiah Columbia.
j. e. JAQUES,
jtmt for New Westminster Oity and
MACHip:aj
TTAVINO LATELY INCREASED OUR
JT oonneotion In the East and elsewhere very considerably, we ara ln a position to giv. prlees on any olaaa of Machinery that may be required, Including:
Marine and Stationary Engine* and Boilers, Planers, Matcher, and Monld.ro,
Hnir Planer., Wood Lathes, Band
Saws. Blind Machinery, Gauge
Lathes, Shaping Machines,
Shingle Machine., Lath
Machine. A Bolters,
Two, Three and lour Block Circular Saw
Mills, Band Saw Mills, Portable Engines and Boilers and Hoisting
Engines. Also, lohn Bertram
k hons' and The London
Tool Co.*. Iron working
Machinery,
Brick Maohines and Crushers of either
the Martin or Baird make.
Mill Supplies of all deccrlptlona.lnolud-
Ing Olroular Saws, Solid or Inserted
Teeth, Lubricating oils, Rubber tnd
—.._ Belting, which wt cany ln
Leathei
stock.
Steam Pruun. of tbe Bltke, Davidson or
Knowles make also on hand.
M'Avlty's patent Boiler Feeder, aunpiir
Sa abort notice, aa well as Paint.
Us, Aies and Edge Toole of the	
brated Broad make, Wirt Rope, Plumber, and Steam Jltten Buppllt
We are sole agents In this Province for
the JOKN DOTY Engine Co'y. whets
Marine work cannot be excelled,	
SU we btve furnished here will teal
FRASER k LEONARD,
eatable M„        *tr. lews-AdveHlse
vakctotih, a. c,
<—js—r___a__if.t—sstsMaai
JAMES ELLARD £ CO.
Have Just Received Direct from the Manufacturers,.
——A K1NE LINE OF	
White and Colored Skirt Allover and
Narrow Laces,
White & Colored Swiss and Cambric
Embroideries.
New Colored Embroidered Washing
Dresses*
Children's Chambrar & Sailor Suits.
Ladles', Children's and Infants' Underclothing,
All styles ln Ladles' White & Colored
Aprons.
*i»mt<msi PRIOBB    BIBHT. mttatatcammmi
CatV. ttsaA ■Exarnala.-a. .
* f'■"*..*.■     LONDON   HOUSE,,,:
dw]tI8tc   " New Westminster, B. i',
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BK8T QUALITY.   EASTERN TRICES.
A full lint ol "Spectacles & Eye-Glasses in stool, rubber, silver nnd gold
frames.  The finest Pebbles made, (4 per pair; alt sights suited.
Special attention given to FINK WATCH REPAIRS. Having l.rurn.,1 tli
business thoronghly Irom some ot the finest Horologers in England, anil since then
managed the watch-repairing departments ol a few of the best Anns on the ennti
nent of America, Is a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 yeara of the well-known firm of Savage b Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate.
Monnutj Sec., 1887.—Mr, F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman ul
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who did lo
well for me aa yon did when in Montreal, and X am sorry yon are not here to-day."
  dwapistc
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SUNDAY HOIIRH.-MOKNIM1, from 8:30 toll Ml
AiTKitKOos, 1 to 3 o'clock.
Evixiko, 6 to 9 o'clock.
trPHX8ICIAN8' PRESCRIPTIONS will be prepared at anytime during
the night by a competent chemist, who sleeps on tbe premises. Ring the night
bell.
HERRING'S  DRUG   STORE,
Columbia St.. New Westminster.
dwocste
Opp. Telegraph Office,
D. S. CURTIS * CO.
THOLJJ9ALE     S.   BBlTJk.II,
RUOGISTS
Sole Agents, New Westminster, B. to
C. McDONOUCH,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand tn Extensive Stock of
Dry Woods, Groceries, Boots A Shoes, Hats A Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, <&c
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
S. ■.—Farm Produce bought at market rales or sold on commission.  atuOl-dets
from the Interior prompt!** attended to. dwjeste
PRESERVING SUGARS!*
W. &G. WOLFENDEN   i
<
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CARLOAD OF SUGARS    <
direct from the Refinery, which they are now offering on
'the most reasonable terms. dwjeStc
ROOM WANTED
IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, with Board.
I Most be comfortable. Address* A,"
61S oflice. djlyll8
QIRL WANTED
FR Liqtrr hoosb-woiuc.  Apply
to MRB. GOLD,
ajiySUr Boyal Avenue.
..» .--<—■ ■■..«..
■**   * ~fcf. IRUi
■.♦.JiaSiana.tl
Hotel to Lease!
mHK NEW THREE-STORY BRIOK
"QUEEN'S" HOTEL.
Comer of Cl.mont A Coin mhla 81s.
Applyto      '• »" ,
W. A. DUNCAN.
' dwfeHIc sew Westminster, B.C.
^m.^"—— ' ***" *—* _—-•*•*•-***  ***
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(Lath: or Eholakd)
Corner of Churoh tnd Colnmbla Streets,
NBW WESTMINSTER
aarHatlsfactlon guaranteed,    dwfelte
LtTOTlOB
A  COURT OF  ASSIZE,  NISI PRIUS
A  Oy-nr nnd Terminer and Goneral Gaol
Delivery will be held at Donald, on Monday, the 23rd proximo.
By-Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretory.
Provincial Beeretary'i Offloe,
Uth .Tune, 1888. dJelGml   -

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