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VOLUME 5
NEW  WESTMINSTEB, B. C„ TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1888.
NUMBER 13
D
eWUl.tl* SMITH, m.D.
OFPICE-Clarkaorr direct, rrrpojitii rear
oiitl'auco of Colonial Hotel.
BEStl)l'.Nl!l--Aaiios St., of nrallo new
Baptlat'Ohurch;  Toloiilioim Nn. _r).
OFFICE HOURS-10 11. m. to 12 nooni _
to 5; nnil rnrai in 8 p. m. ilnoioto
t
li
RI. COOFKB, B. A.,M. D.,
PHYSICIAN ABUI-tOEON.
■■ vpwg aiui ni';HiDKKor:-i:inii-i;ii st.
.mix I. (loot- to Kurmei'-y HomiO, near
iIoliimMa St., Now Westminster, H.O. j
OKPtOU IIOUIIS-.S to li)n. m.i ito Hand
fl.no to 8 p. in. I'M In In tiiwn anti notin-
try promptly ntlondM to. fe2tc
ij,   WHL9II.
. PIONTIST.i':,....')
Room lfl,        *        •'       Colonial Hotel.
Ofstce Hocus -If) to 4. Ateite .
0'
lor.noi i,n .t Mrrou,
RAKHWTEHS,
SuC'CITOIiR, I:1'C.
Olllires. Mnsorrlrr Hullitlng., New Westminster, and Vancouver, H. C.   ( jyalilwto
rp c. ATKiNHonr,
lURRISTEI*., SOLICITOR, Ao.
McKenslo Street.
'IwfelOUr New Westminster, B.C.
ITT   NORTH A Jl HOLE, (». C,
BAU!USTRR-AT-1..\W.
I.iii'l Agent Money to Trfian.
Oolnralilii SI.,
ne2lc . New Werilmin-rler, II. 0.
/ItO.lV &  UlAUI'l'ltG,
AKOIIITHCTS.
OKKIOIC- ItOOIIl 13,
Ovri'lliuili nf ').<_!.,
„au3ltc Columbia Street.
W   OH A MT,
0.
AttCIIITKCTI
OfKiUK—Corner Mary mul ■': u-ksQ&Sttt
dwte^nle,
W
'11,1.1 AM H. KIM,      f -r.    i
ARCHITECT,
llllll.nlNO A I.ANH SURVEYOR,
SANITARY ENOINEER.
Office—New Masmilc Blook,
ilwirpirstc
Westminster..
AL
I.UKRT -I. HILL,
M. Cax. Sirc.0. K..
1'IVII. KNCIINEHB,.
I.ANnRORVETORnnil
DRAITOHTSMAN.
Office—*NVv,r MnHonlc Block,
•IwnllillUu Now Westminster.
w.
J. WAI.Kltlt .1 t'«„
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE rrird
GENERA!. .AGENTS.,
n, BaukBnllilliiiisNuwWeMinliisler, HO.
II Clare Rond, Hiillfox, En^lnlul.
(lwhij*17le
T.
,1   Tit A PI', ,
AUCTPrONTSBIt AS!) A I'PIUIHKR.
OolnmbUi Street New WcHiittitater
Ait commlKsloufl will receive prompt
ami cureful nttentlon. Bent vatoreuctih
givon wheu required. miilMo
RAND BROS.
pRM* KMTATE OltOKEttS,
Convey une era, Collector-!,
Ami Inuiirnnfl* Ageuti,
Oflloofl ul. VIOTORIA: Fort Street,
KISW WRSTMINSTEBt Corner
. McKenale ami Clarkson SU. '
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
BUILDING LOTS farialo'fn nil rkUom
of Vancouver uml New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
■ale at (ilil 111 whack, Tort Hammond,
LiUiglBy, Miit-squl, Suiiyis, Mud llay.Liid-
uim-'h Landing. Lulu Island, Nortli Arm
and Pitt Blvor.
Maps ond I'lniiH exhibited and the full-
est. information fut-ulshedatallonroineMi
te'Ma
WILLIAMS   BROS.
Land Agents & Surveyors.
PUSS PUKPAKKD. BIIQVEV8UAUK
Jjiirge ov SiAtill SMiisof Mbnoy Aflvanueil
on Gooil Nouuritiof*,  ut ltenioimblc
lvato3 of Interest.
I'nrm-t tor vnte on Fnincr Klvcr, above
nml lieliiw Sew Heulmlnster.
WILLIAMS BROS, nro in constantnnm-
municaii-i.i villi intending settlomfrom
Euirlmi I nml olsewhflttMHid havespceiul
facinil-^ i.'i. ii'.M-limrHiili>H,
Tliplrt!lini;ri"iar» fowt-r tlian nny other
BftOritfl In IhB I "rov hi (Hv
OIWICKs-^m-iiwi-ii/G'.'invllleumlCor-
tlova Hrn'L'tn. .-nut oiiniwlt-flU. t'. H. Station,
Vnocmivki*, IE. V. dillilllill
TO  CANNERYrMEN.
PATENT   OAN-KIDMNG   l'KOTECT-
tnrs can lie obtnlntril from my itnents,
E. S. 800UI.LAR it 00,  Any norsnli'or
lnrrsims found tislnur thorn wltlmtu the
jintetit slirriip will lie liniirirr'llled,
rljciilml THOS. LEVI.
WESTMINSTER - BLAINE-
WHATCOM
STA«E    L1XE.
DR. MII.I.Elt'H STAGES will make
, lyp trips a week between Wrstinln-
»lirroililUlrrllrri,.iiiiikliiKelosoiriiiilleiitloll«
with the IJ. H. Mnll Stnen lln»between
I Blalno mul Whiiteiiin. HIiiki.h l.KAVE
WEHTMINSTKR mi THUHHI>\*? anti
SATURDAY ats a. iu.! returning MIA VS
BLAINE im WEDNKMllAY aidVlUllAY
at 7 a. m.   Pnrthor nnrtlSillars fnay bo
obtained at the Colonial Hotel, < myiblte
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kWa ef tlio best uiakosi ( rosK-cllt & Hlllld-Slins,
Barbca Wire for Fencing, and all the iicccnuy lltrnsilii for Fannin**;;
PnUey Blocks. §natcb rlloclu. Ko|>t* .\( linlii in,.11 »■«-; I'lttli,
Tar & Oakumrj TarSa>nd Tlain Paper for Building! l'nints .V Oils
Stolicsi WallPaper in aU deaijms; Brooms * Bnislttw" for nil purposes;
LllbricatUlK OIISI Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
tr Special attention given to ordera ky mail.
dwjly3tc
CoLtmutA Stmct, Niw WBrniiM-rfftt.
New Blacksmith Shop!
CUNNINGHAM &RAITH
llouglns Street, Kew Westminster.
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING. MACHINE &PL0UCH REPAIRING.
H0RSE-SH0BINO A SPECIALTX
WE HAVE JUST OPENED OUK NEW SHOPS AND ARE NOW PEE-
pared to undertako all kinds of Bllicksmltb Work at Moderate
1'riccs, Having had 25 years experience in some of the best agricultural
sections of the United States and Canada, we understand our business and GUARANTEE SATISFACTION.
A largo stook of IRON, STEEL, C0A4 H0R8E-SHOE8 * NAILS kopt on
hand, nt LOWEST PRICES. djlyl2to
-.-I.-.- 	
GRANT & MACLURE.
WHOI.KSALK A RETAJI- DEALERS IN
BOOTS & SHOES
COLUMBIA   WREETiytaiir.,_...,,
2<Te-v~   *'T^6sl!fccEiiiiet©r,,    B.   <S.'"'
dwjesate. i
FOR SALE.
In ro tbo Kttato
Bccuaactl.
oi JOTK.SWC-UIB,
TKNDEHS WILL BB KEC'EIVKU BY
tho uniloraigned up to noou on Mon-
dity tlio 30th day of July proximo, for the
pim-.iu.si-* of Lot 75, Group 1, NewWwt-
itiinsiLT District, contatulUK 15S ocrca,
iiioi-eorlcsfl.
W. H. FALDINO,
Administrator of the Eatate of Jno. Bin-
clnir, dDcofwed. djlySml
Asylum for the Insane.
mENDERS, 13NDOKSED "LUNATIC
J. AHjiiirn.'-for the wppiyof Groceries,
ClmhliiK, Moat, VflgotrMei, Ao., for tho
iibo oi" the nbovo Asylu, i, New WeMtmln-.
stur, from thn Ut August next to tho 30th
June, itm; will be reoeived by this Tie-
nnririn'iii, at Victoria, until noon on
WEDNKHDAV tho 18LU lUBtant.
J.ists nf tin; urtlclcflreiinirtid ean betieen
ut thu Provincial Secretary'e Office, Victoria, and at the Asylum, New Woiimln-
nicer, nt which latter place iampl« oan
ntNo'bo Inspected.
All supplies to be delivered at the Ajy-
lum without ex tm charge.
Kt'ciirity for tiio dun performance of the
contmot will be required ln each case.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provlnolal Heetetary.
Provlnclnl Secretary'**! Offloe.
Viotoria, 6th July, 1888. djly6td
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
City of New Westminster I
XXMCPO-CtV. t.
Auction Sale!
cm wm
 AUD—
GARDENS.
A PUBLIC AUCTION WIU, TAKE
plica at tha Colonial Hotel,
111 the City ol {lew Wcstmlnator, on
Saturday, July 21st, 1888,
At 8 o'olock In tho ovenlng, whan the
following Lots will bo nubmltud »o pob-
lieeompetltlbn,hiaccordanoawlth'-Lani-
Salo By-1ilr, 1884," and amendmonts
thereto, vE,!
OOVKRNMSNT 0ffPICB"QAUD8tfS.;
• Blook'A.
Lota 13 b W.
VICTORIA ClARUKNS-BlooltB,
Lots 4, S, 8, 11, 12, 18, 1(1,20,30
b 35,
nTIro Lota aro mostly 68 by 132 feet.
TKBMH-S.1}' iror cent, on tlio fall ot tlie
liniiimeri 881* per cent. In three montha:
eiul the liiilanee of lire pnrotinse money
Hi nix montlis from date of sale.
Br/orJcr,
'     JAMES A. BOBIHRON,
City Clerkia Oillco,'
Now W»st„*»lli .nine, l«t»       dJeHM
EMPLOYMENT WANTED.
Ai'HACTICAL ENGLIRIIGAHDENKU
deelnw to obtain euulpymentln
rangtaf eaAltni,  liotboflfT Hover he	
la-tfiM and other work of thnt nuturo. Hun
a thorough knowledge of hU buoiiu'Ns
and BimruiitccH  natlHfacllon.   Excellent
reference* If rctiulred.
Address "W. P.," tills office.   dmhSlt-c
Fl INSURANCE.
HE   UNDERSIGNED  HAVE BEEN
appointed ly^nta for the-
T
LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO.
And are prepared tn receive applications
for policies on nil good risks nt current
MAJOR & PEAKMO ,
Ileal. Kiitnte, >'lre and   Lifo '.Insurance
-finnta.Baukot B. CBUildUfg.oppoilw
Pout Offlco, Westminster.        dje2flm3
Wm. A. Dashwood-Joaes
FRUH CAUFORNU AND LOCAl
ALWAIfS ON HAND.
OOODS DELIVERED FREE.
JJeJltc
WedemtioB Life
ASSOCIATION.
Unaranlee irapllal *l,MO,M»
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
ahomeIompany,
Thii, Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACJtS;.-
The Seeumy offend to polley holden It
unaurpaued by any Company doing bufif-
iiens ln Canada,
IthuftiioHhemeiof tnauraneo, butthe
well-eHiiibllHlied lines, hence the polley
holders fa'inoi r.e mlsloit as lo tlieir con*
tractn.
Its sintomentu to the publlo cmi he rnnil*
Hy understood, lie oaih statement show
Inif evory Hem of income and how expended.
ftxpriNltion liiueertnlnedannnHllyfroni
n (tetnllt'il valuation In whieh every Item
of liability li* inoluded.
Ita progreii bM-beeu ubezampled iu
the history of iniuranco In Canada.
It*i policies are ludlenutable after three
yearn, and nou-forfeltaole after Iwo year*''
•xlitenee,
' ita proflta orn distributed upon nn eiiull*
able onsls.   Tbe proflta to one ehiss of
policy holdera are not lessened to give
larger proflta to any otber class, which
method affords en per lor advantages ovor
Toflta to any otber olass, which
 .„.. affords superior advantages nv'
the nulform bonui plan of distribution.
Uberal ('•nlllUas ae lo Rrsldeuce aud
Travel.
J. X. HaoDONALD,
Mann «lng Director.
T. R. PEARSON
Ateat, ttew Weatmlnslei
jaT-laa-HltmiaW.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Civio Officers.—Mayor, Kobert Dickinson: City Clerk. Capt. Robinson; Police Magistrate, T. C. AfkiiiKon. Chief
Engineer Flro Department* VV. Corbett;
AHHlstnnt, H.Itead.
Court Officials.—Judge of tbe Hu*
promo Court, Hon. J. P. McOrelghti Hegls-
trm, W. H. Falding; Sherifl", W. J. Arm-
dtvong.
PiiuviNfiAi. OPWpmwfs- Oovoi'nment
AgoutiOiiii***. Wni-wk-k; UoyiMnir of Titles,
li. \V. Anustrou*j; Siipl. of i'ruvfiii'lHl
.Vttylum,Di-. it. 1. ItouMeyi iiun.ur of Asy-
luiii, Jax, I'l.illips; (jnvenior of Central
1'rlson, Wm. Moresby; Stewnnl Koynl Co-
Itnnhlan'Hopbltal, Onus. Ulgby; jmml-
Knitltni Agent, Jno. yprott; Coroner, W.
I). Ferris.
Ddminiok Officials.—Pontm aster, J. C.
Brown; Collector of Customs, J. 8. Clute;
Warden of Penitentiary, A. u. MoBride;
Dominion Lund Agent, II. to. W. Aikman;
Crown Timber Agent;* T.. 8. Higginson;
Inspector of Fisheries, Thos. Mowat,
IiEPBESKNTAflVE8.-Heimtor,,Dr. T. K»
Melnnes; Home of Common*, Dohald
Chisholm; Provlnolal Legislature, Oapt.
W. Ni Bole, Q. 0.
MAILS CtfOSE   AND AIUtfVK.'
OXiOS-HJ
For Can. Pae. lty.—Dally (except Hunduy
and Monday), at 12.4-i, and on Saturday
(for dispatch Hnnday) at 22.-,
For Victoria, V. I., and Western U. H. Offl-
ces—Monday, 12.45; TueHday,8.15; Wednesday, 6.:!0; Thursday, 8,15: Friday,
«.!W: Saturday, 8.15.
For Vancouver, Moodyville and Burrard
In lev- Dally (except Sunday) at 8.15.
For Port Moody—Daily (except Sunday)
atS.
For Ladner's Landing and Luln Inland—
Monday, 12.45; Wodnoaday and Friday
a80.
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Contre and Langtey Prairie—Saturday,
For North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday, 13.30.
For Elgin and Mud Bay-Saturday, 12.45.
Por Plumper's Pass—Mouday, lit*).
For Nannlmo (direct mall)—Tuesday, 19.
Prom Can. Pac. lty.—Dally (except Saturday) at 13.
Prom Victoria—Sunday. Tuesday and
Thursday IU; Wedne&duy, Friday and
Saturday, 11,30.
From Vaucouver, Moodyvlllo aud Burrard Inlet-—Daily (except Sundny) at 16.
From Port Moody—Daily (except Sunday)
at 17.
From Ladner's Landing nnd Lulu Island
—Sunday, TueHdny and Thursday, Itk
From Clover Valley, Hall's rtairie and
Langley Prairie—Friday, IB.
From North Ann and Sea Island—Thursday, 12.
Prom Elgin and Mud Bay-Saturday, n.
From Plumper-* Pass-ftunday, 16.
From Nanalmo (direct nuU)r-Saturdayt
15.
-POST OFFICE HOURS;
Moner Order Hours-D to 17 dally; and
Qeneral Delivery from 9 to 19 (7 p.m.),
Tuesdays,ThurHdaye am) Saturdays; 9 to
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-
exoept when malls aro being made up or
sorted.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder nover varies. A marvel of
purity,strength uud wholcsomciiess. More
•oonomlcal than the ordinary kinds, and
oannot be sold in competition with tbe
multitude of low tost, short weight alum
or phosphate powihTK. Sold only ln cans.
Royal Baking Powm-.ii Co., 100 Wall St.,
New York.
8fely
FOR SALE.
HOURK ANU I,nT. PBlCIE ONLY WrO.
AlKO.HKSI nKNCH LOT for ,1110, anil
one suitable for.tiuslness only S-J75. Annly
Iminrillnlely tn J. II. UKKIIItY,
ilJo21nit . Mtickcnsle 81.
Tug for Sale!
T
IUO BOAT70FEKT; COMPOUND MA-
_  ohlnory, hy Eastern makers.
Apply to
UBSSBS. BEWICKR 4 WULFFSOHN,
djaflto.   .- y ,-T       Vancouver, 11. C.
Cheap for Cash.
OAA ACRKS OP LAND.3 MILES PROM
.■Vvv Westminster,on uijoofl road; lirst-
clrtf<K high land, 100 ooi-fis or it from 4 to fl
feet black loam, the bnlanco alder bottom;
Kooil hoii«i' nnd out build In w, Furfiu-ther
imriieuiaiH enquire nt TU IH OFFICE.
New West., Juno SQIli, 1H«.       dwjeiwio
FOR   SALE.
milAT VEHY DESIRABLE RE8I-
.1 doiH-f Property'o>viled liy Mrs. Eintiia
-Mold, situate nl. the oorner of ltoyalAve-
nuc nud St. P.itrli'k*--* HI., with two House*
thoruon
Also, ONEACIIEOF LANDsltimto between Hoyal nnd Oueeiis Avi-ihkh.
Tkhms CABlf. HANI) BROS.
dJcMlc
Board & Lodging.
MRS. (iUO,  WtSiU  Hah BKTURNEIi
lo New Wcsini|tistnr, und will lie
pleased to receive Boarders or Lodoers.
Addr;ss: Qoinmhio Hliect, opnositoOa-
thollcOhuri'li. djlyintio
Fire Insurance!
rpHE UNDERSIONED   HAVE  BEEN
X   appointed annuls for tlm
ROYAL IHSURAHCg GO.
And nm now prepared to lake risks st
host riiiee, , ,■
s .MA-tirKArVAUMTtt
limtiniiiiT nnd Real Eutats Agents,
Bank of B. C.  Building, opposite Post
Office, WcHtin luster. djehhnl
gailg $ritifih Coutmbisn
Taesdar Eveatax, Jaly II,
A Baby Jack Skrpp.nl.
The moat romarkablo oase of
ynuiliful depravity on record came
to Llie knowledge of tlie police last
Wednesday. Bertie Warren is but
six years of age, small and delicate;
with a friink innocence stamped oo
liis baby face. The parents are well-
to-do and respectable, yet Bertie is
old in the ways of crime. He has
tapped tills, stolen purses and picked
pockets, has been arrested and
broken j»iL TnrapiHi nf ms_*tit_f
tho nature of what he has dose; he
is always ready to tell tlie story of
his many adventures, and takes a
very evident pride in doing so.
About it year ago he began by stealing cdndy. From that it was an
easy step to the tills of boot-black
stands. But sly as he was, detection followed and he was taken to
his sorrowing mother 'by a starred
policeman. The order went forth
that Bertie was not to go abroad
unless accompanied by a member of
the family. Bertie showed hit contempt for the expression of maternal authority by stealing {30 and
running away to Sacramento, where
he tapped a till when his money
gave out, and was arrested.- His
father was sent for, but before he
arrived the bird had flown. The
jail fence had been scaled by the
modern Jack Sheppard, who was
overtaken by his father on the
East-bound train across the Nevada
line. He was taken home and locked up, but on the following day a
market-street butcher had reason to
regret his escape by the loss of $100
from his till. This money was expended in riotous living, while the
distracted parents were searching
for. him. He was found by the
police Wednesday, at the Ocean
Beach, where he was attempting to
get a 820 gold piece changed.■ He
had abstracted it from a lady's
satchel at the Oakland Ferry,
After a narration of his tale at the
office of Ohief of Police Crowley he
wont home in hii mother's arms.
KluprMMt wllh aa laClaa.
The talk of Paris just now ia a
romance in real life of which the
heroine is a young English woman
and h. hero no less a person than
"Eagle-Eye," one of the "braves" ot
Mexican Joe. Joe and his redskins
have oome over to the big annual
fair of Neuilly, outside Paris, where
they daily and nightly amaze and
nmusc Parisians by their diabolical
yell, their horsinauship and their
prairie pranks generally. It appears
that during one of the representations
given, by the troup in England, a
young lady who was present became
enamoured of "Eagle Eye." She
shortly afterwards disappeared from
her home, and her parents on enquiry that she had gone away to France
with the Indian troop. A detective
was sont to Paris, and he, accompanied by the commissary of police
of the Neuilly district, went to the
camp of the redskins at the Forte-
Maillot, where the young lady was
discovered in the tent of "Eagle-Eye."
M. Martin, the commissary, and the
English detective had much trouble
with tbe savage, who assumed
a threatening aspect, and would
have shown fight but ior the intervention of Mexican Joe himself.
"Eagle-Eye" was almost foaming at
the mouth, and threatened to kill
tho commissary if he led the young
ludy nway. The detective, however, taking advantage ef the gen-
oral confusion, quickly seised the
girl in his arms, ran with her to
a vehicle nnd was speedily driven
oil', leaving M. Martin to deal with
the redskins as best he could,
A Grpat Relief—Employe—'-Sir,
1 would like to apeak to you a moment upon a very serious matter."
Merchant — "Don't Irother me."
"But—" "Go away tn jour work,
I say I" "I want to risk your consent to my mirriage with your
daughter Nellie, and -■" "Oh, is
that sol Take her, my boy, und
may God bless you both 11 thought
you were going to ask for an increaso of salary."—Nebraska Stttte.
Journal.
In tlio case of a person listening
to his own voice and utterancus
from the graphophone there is much
for curiosity, if not wonderment.
Tin* person who never heard himself speak us he has heard others
(outside of himself, as it were) is
astonished at its sound. "Can that
bo my voice as others hear it I" he
mentally asks, for it sounds in hia
ear with uu almost unfamiliar ring
tones.—Boston Herald.
Muoh distress and sickness in ohildren
is caused by worms. Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator gives relief by removing the cause, Give it a trial and
be convinced.
Children ■Cfryfcr- PtehertCwtofh
BY TELEGRAPH.
iKurlnl lives «r Children a I'rfinliini
em Harder.—Kdli.a'a  rkUKraph
mid I. aa English s-mdleale.
Ulliaalhr UiB.mil. < on.plr.io' Discovered la t'kic.|...-ln.rtkl>li Again
al Wark.—Teachers' CoraventUa.
last xionrTuKsriTCiiiis.
ma sniiitJo nmriouuY smuti*.
Omwi, July IC— It is reported
ou the best authority that England
and the United States have coinc lo au
understanding with reference to the
Behring's Sea dispute, the latter country conceding several of the coalen-
twos ot IngUod ■**r*u**llfT||*l*tM"r
in those waters. EngLna's projjosi-'
tion for the appointment of a mixed
commission to settle the question of
the damages claimed bythe Canadian
vessel, that were seized is likely to be
accepted. The offer Was made, that
cannot be denied; and this arrangement ia regarded as certain. It was
effected soma time ago but tho democrats do not care about making it public till after the election. H. M. S.
Caroline about two months ago received ordera to proceed to Behring's Sea
and recapture all the sealers seised by
the American cutters outside of the
three mile limit, but an understanding
between the two countries being reached these orders were countermanded
a few days beforo the date fixed for
sailing.
TBI POPS aKIEVED WIU! IRELAND.
DuBira, July 16.—The papal encyclical letter was read to-day in all tbe.
churches of the diocese oi Dublin. It
stated that the Pope was grieved to
learn that meetings had been held in
Irleaud whereat dangerous opinions re-
firding his decree bad been uttered,
he statement was made that the decree had been prepared without sufficient enquiry. On the contrary, the
decree was baaed on the most complete
information obtainable. The Pope
had held interviews with the bishops
of Ireland and sent a trusted legate to
Ireland to observe for himself. The
Pope reiterates his affection for the
Irish, He has always urged them,
says the encyclical letter, to keep within the bounds of justice and right.
The bishops must remove any misconception regarding the decree and leave
no doubt of its force. The whole system of the "plan of campaign" aud
boycotting is condom nd as unlawful.
A letter written by Archbishop Walsh
accompanied tho encyclical, which
says that the agitation referred to has
now ended. Under the resolutions nf
the bishop the Pope hopes that before
tlio close of tin's session of parliament
provision will be made for the urgent
needs of the hour. The people may
wait in peace for the further agitation
on Irish affairs during the next session.
The encyclical ia dated June 24. It
causes intense dissatisfaction among
the people. The communicants with
the church at Brog were so offended
that they got up and left tha church
during the reading of it.
ANOTHER WAS PROBABLE,
London, July 16.—Trouble in Zulu-
land ia looming up in government circles. It is believed here that the complications will end in severe fighting.
War correspondents connected with
many of the London daily papers are
already making preparations to depart
to the probable scene of conflict. Dispatches from Natal stale that Sir John
Henry Brand, president of the Orange
Free State, is dead.
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
THI HEW C1IIEF JUSTICE.
Washinoton, D.O., July 17.—It is
expected the senate will take final ac
tion on the nomination of Melville W,
Fuller, to bo chief justice, to-dsy.
CAUSED BY A LAMP.
Ntw Orleans, July 17.—A lamp
falling upon a can ot oil caused the en-
lire destruction of the plant of the
Brush Electric Light Co., early this
morning.   Loss *125,C00.
SMALL POX IN   BUrFALO.
Buffalo, N.Y., Julj;17.-—There is
great alarm over the discovery of five
eases of amallpox in a densely populated district. The people have been
goiug in and out of tho crowded tenements for days, ignorant of tho matter
of tho disease.
PREMIUM   ON   MirilliEll.
London, July 17..-Kev. Mr. Waugh
Unified before tho puor relief committee of the hnuse of lord, lsst night
that thousands of chiMtvn wci-eatm-ed
in* uth'rrrwtstv murdered in England
ev.ry winter, in ruder to  obtain  the
fitliry uiiiuuiit rif ineuranco on their
ivep. He said tlm system of insuring
children's lives wn. .imply ottering a
premium to murder.
ON THE RETIRED LIST.
Washinoton, D.C., July 17.—The
somite to-dsy passed a bill placing John
C. Fremont on tho retired li.t of the
army us major-general.
THE PHONOGRAPH SOIiIr.
New York, July 17.—It is stated
on Wall street to-day thnt all right and
interest in Eilisnn'. phoni grnph hare
been sold to atl English syndicato for
(250,000.
THE DOWAOER EMPRESS.
Berlin, July 17.—The Dowager
Empress Victoria is engsged in reorganising her court. She will remain
in Berlin or Potsdam till she finds a
suitable castle on the Rhine, in which
she may reside with her daughters,
a youthful murderer.
Yuma Ariz., July 17.—The coroner
lias held an inqueat in the case of Geo.
Stevenson, station agent and operator
at Glamis, who was murdered and robbed on Saturday by Pedro Yanes, a
16 year old Mexican. Yanes was
charged with murder in the fint degree.
passed a oood night.
New Bedford, July 17.—Shoridan
passed a quiet and comfortable night.
Propped up by pillows he conversed
pleasantly with the physicians. Tbe
doctors agree Sheridan I is suffering
fiom oirochosis of liver.
FOUND T11EUARTRIDUE. ;:,_
Galesburg III., July 17.— United
States Marahall Marsh and 2 deputies
brought in Bowles here this morning to test the truth of his story that
a dyuamiio cartridge had been placed
on the Burlington track north of
here, Officers snd railroad officials
aud u number of prominent citizen,
went to tho spot that Bowles inch.
cated and after considerable digging
found, the cartridge.
—Its   mtH^t^^m*^—tj^^it.^_, -yirsi'''
Washington, July:17.—Mills said
to-day the honse expects to take a
final vote on the tariff bill on Saturday.
DYNAMITE.
Ciiioago, July 17.—Another arrest
in the "Q" dynamite conspiracy this
morning was made at Gatesburg. Geo.
Clarke, a brotherhood engineer, wits
arrested on a charge of Conlpirscy.      '
COMPETING RAILWAY IN MANITOBA.
Winnipeg, July 17.—It is reported
that tbe government and N. P. R. R.
Co., hare entered into an agreement
by which it is understood that the
fovernment shall complete the Red
Liver Valley R.R. to Winnipeg then
hand it over to the N.P. to equip and
operate, the N.P. paying Intereat to
provide for the amount expended np
to completion. Then the N.P, undertakes to build, equip and operate tha
Portage link this year, and enters into
an agreement to extend the system to
Brandon next year and also to build a
branch line south of the Souris country.
SHOT FOB A THIEF,
Mexico, Mc, July 17.—Prosecuting
Attorney W. S. Moseby was shot1 ana
instantly killed at midnight last night
by Mark Stevenson, an old and re.
spected citizen. Stevenson is ju .jail.
Moseby was in the act of entering,
Stevenson's house by stealth when:.
shot. He wa, there, it is said, tor immoral purposes. Moseby, who was
very popular here, leaves a young ahd
cultured wife.
TEACHEES' CONVENTION.
San Franoisco, July 17.—This
morning's trains brought teachers from
Wisconsin, Kansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and the delegation
of 220 from the New England States,
to attend the national educational convention, the first session of whioh will
be held this morning. The scene at
the ferries was one of animation. The
educators attracted a great deal of attention from the large crowd present
and were subject to much comment.
Members of the reception committee
escorted thorn to different, headquarters, whore, after registering, they proceeded to their hotels. The southern
delegation, comprising 125 teachers
from Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina arrived last
night and were enthusiastic over the
reception tendered them. They have
been greatly impressed with what they
have seen in the weat.
GIGANTIC DYNAMITE CONSPIRACY.
Chicago, July 17.—A gigantic murderous plot on the part of Chicago anarchists to blow up the board of trade
building and several other large buildings ana murder Judge Grinnell, Judge
Qarrick. Inspector Bonfiold and other
prominent persons engaged in the
prosecution during the celebrated trial
of anarchists, was nipped in the bud by
Inspector Bonfield, Chief Hubbard,
Lieut. Elliott, and the Central Detectives to-day. The means to he used
in the wholesale murder and destruction of property was the anarchists'
weapon, dynamite, aud enouvh of the
explosive wu discovered to-day to
blow up half of the city. These conspirators are already under arrest, eon-
fined at the city ban. Everybody supposed the revolutionary spirit among
the anarchists had died out, but it
seems tbe conspiracy has been brewing
among tbe friends of Spies and Parsons and the rest, and this diabolical
plot was hatched and hundreds of lives
were tn betaken.
Delta Condi,
The council met at the Delta town
hall on Saturday, July 7th. Present
tho Reeve and Councillor. Arthur,
Ladner, Benson, Pybua and Kittson.
The minutes of lsstuieeting were adopted as read. Communication, from
Messrs. W. C. Ward and John Beeton
wore received and filed. Petitions
from Montgomery and others and Las-
aeter and others wore received 'and
filed. A number of accounts were
passed and ordered paid. Highway
by-law waa finally prused as reconsidered. Josoph Jordan was appointed oon-...
stable. Coun. Arthur gave notico that
he would introduce at next meeting'
a by-law to borrow $6,000. Counoil
thon adjourned till Saturday week at
7 o'olock p. m.
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, From both public and private ac-
> counts, we nyty expect a large accession to onr population - in the nenr
future.'   Many inquiries are being
made with respect to the various industries in British Columbia, especially with regard to agriculture.   It
ia of the first Importance to see that
roads and bridges throughout this
diftriet are put in good repair, and
that new roads are opened to facilitate settlement in  places    where
lands are being located, both Dominion and provincial.   It is fully
time that the Dominion government
were urged to open roads through
their lands in this district.   Both
from timber and from sole of lands
in the railway belt the Dominion is
reaping a vory good income, and it
is only just that a portion of the in-
como should be spent in opening
roads.   Tho  whole of the burden
should uot be bomo by the local
government, and it is to be hoped
that those whose duty it is to seo to
auch matters will not overlook this
very important and much needed
facility  to  actual   settlement   in
Westminster district.    Lands that
are being taken up this season are
generally in localities some distance
from roads.   The few lines of road
that were made in the early days of
settlement were to accommodate the
first settlers.   Now it is necessary
to connect these scattered  settlements Iny section roads.   The single
township organization is not competent to deal with the1 present complicated read requirements, and here
we  see the  urgent  necessity for
county erganizations wherever practicable.   The lower Fraser should
have been organised for that purpose some time ago.   The provincial
government never could properly attend   to  such  business,   and   the
sooner the various settled localities
get the management of their own
local affairs the better -for all concerned,   The great connecting link
between the natural market and the
main  agricultural  district  of the
Fraser is yet to be made.     The
Scott and Yale roads were intended
as trunks, conveying from the extremities  of  the  district towards
Westminster.   If the government of
that day had been impartial it would
have  made   some   provision    for
bridging the river at New Westminster, thereby furnishing the yet
missing link, and if the present or
any other administration of govern-
in British Columbia would consider
the best interests of the public it
would not now be left for the people
of the royal eity to shoulder wholly
suoh an unreasonable burden as this
muoh required bridge.   If the local
government considered it of so much
public importance to extend the 0.
P. R. from Port Moody down to
Coal Harbor that it gave such a
bonus for that purpose, and if it was
so important to connect the North
Arm  settlement with  Vancouver
that It gave a bonus of $11,600 to
bridge   that  small stream,  what
should it give to bridge the Fraser
at Westminster, which is of more
public importance than both of the
former I   Wo are not looking at this
subject from any local   or  selfish
standpoint.   We would simply ask
the people of Victoria or Vanoouver
if olther of them were similarly situated,   would  they have  remained
silent so long.   Suppose that Victoria had been separated by such a
river as the Fraser from such a district of  agricultural land   as  the
Fraser valley, would the government
have been tolerated in. neglecting to
make an easy end sufficient orossing,
cither by bridge or an equivalent?
The supposition would be absurd.
We hofe the government of B. 0.
will turn over a new leaf, and forgetting the things thnt are  post,
will oo juitly, and remove every
burden, and observe the golden rule,
as good Christians ought to to. do.
We notice in the San Francisco
Bulletin of a recent date a communication copied from the Toronto Globe
under the heading, "Destruction of
the Salmon Fishery in British Columbia." The communication is
signed "Fisherman," und dated
"New Westminster, B. C, June
7th,.'8B.-' The writer asks: "Isit
not time that the Pacifio fisheries
were taken into consideration, especially the salmon industry, which
up ta this lime has been shamefully
neglected I Why not have a close
season, as in the other provinces, or
in any civilised country? The
Fraser river, whieh wae once the
finest salmon river in the province,
haa fallen off 75 per cent, in six
yean (although of late years the
boat* have increased)." The writer
adds: " If there was a close season
on the Fraser river, there would be
no need of a government salmon hut-
chery, which costs the Dominion
government three or four thousand
dollanaJttt," and concludes: "The
thousands of Canadians who are
coming r into the oountry to make
hornet trait that some wise law may
be made to protect the salmon industry ia-thafutoire." There can be no
question that the authorities are letting the important matter of the
pretention df our salmon supply go
by default It may be a, difficult
task to-regulate the number of boats
that shall bo licensed to Iish, and to
appoint and enforce a proper close
Ume, o» the river, b||t negligence in
■  ,i.-|]*ii.v r—rt—i—
pk)kl***>*rp*j*f^^
these respects is simply inexcusable,
when It is recollected that the whole
industry is in danger of being destroyed in a few years more by the
present reckless ond unbridled cu-
pirlity of tho_i!,r»*lio, in the familiar
metaphor,  ara" killing  the goose
thot lays the golden egg,". It is admitted on all hands that the river is
being over-fished—that there nre too
many boats on the river, and that
the close time, from noon ou Saturday until C o'clook on Sunday evening, is totally inadequate for uny
practical purpose.   There is no limit
at all to the number of beats that
may be licensed;  consequently the
number is  increasing overy year.
Last year there were 467 boats ou
the river and outside on the sandheads—at least one hundred more
than should be allowed in the best
interests of tho industry.   This year
thero aro 523 licensed boats to dato,
and this numbor will bo increased.
No river can be expected to hold its
supply when blocked by suoh a number of note.   A limit should be put
to the number of licensed boats, discriminating in somo equitable man
ner as to the quota allowed each
cannery  or  fishing  establishment.
We believe the canneries at present
are limited to 40 boats apiece, but
this limitation is of very little practical effect so long as there is no
limit to the number of licenses is
sued.     After  the  canneries have
taken out the forty licenses allowed
them under the name of the firm,
they get private parties to take out
licenses to fish for them, and by this
ruse inorease the number of their
boats indefinitely. Wo do not know
that it is worth while to blame the
canners  for   these    things.     Not
much else could be expected.   There
are, we are told, 12 canneries on the
river, 2 freezing, and several salting
and curing establishments.   Besides
these there is the fresh iish supply
for the local market and for  consumption by the Indians.    Considerable foreign capital is invested in
the canneries, and it is not difficult
to realize that during the comparatively short salmon runs there should
be keen  competition  between the
various fishing establishments as to
whioh should scoop in the most fish.
We are told that this anxiety is carried to the verge of absurdity to
such an extent that there is constantly a large relay of boats tied up
to snags in the river, waiting their
turn for a drift.   The canners them
selves are beginning to realize that
something must bo done to save the
salmon from extinction, and have
endeavored to organize lately for the
purpose nf agreeing upon some basis
of protection, hut, naturally, they
are too much interested, and there is
too much competition between them
to enable them to agree upon and
maintain uny   adequate system of
protection.   Tlio Victoria board of
trade have undertaken to make certain suggestions relative to the protection of the salmon fishing industry, but this association, it is said,
is controlled by the canners in such
matters, and consequently its recommendations  cannot be expeoted
to be much less   mixed than the
source from which it draws its inspiration,    ln addition to limiting
the  number of   boats,   something
should be done to inorease and extend the close period.   As before
mentiened the only close period during the week now is from noon on
Saturday till 6 p. m. on Sunday—30
hours altogether—and it is stated
that the vanguard of the fish entering the river when the close time
commences would not, in thn 30
hours slotted, much more than pass
the point up the river whore the first
net would be cast on the expiration
of the close period,   To save this
important  fishing industry is the
paramount duty of the proper authorities, and to do so it may be
bo necessary to resort to measures
that may clash somewhat with vested  interests.    We would suggest
that a commission of inquiry lie ap-
frotated by the federal authorities to
nvestigfl.tr* the matter and arrive at
a fair adjustment, as nearly as possible in tho interests of canning and
other establishments on the river, in
so far us those interests aro compatible with the public good, but no
further. Immediate steps should bo
taken for the protection of our valuable salmon fisheries, regardless of
who suffers.
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Twenty-five years ago I suffered from
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Since (hat time 1 have never been without them. They regulate tho bowels,
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Administrator's Notice.
In re the Estate, of WILLIAM Fit AX-
CIS MOBKISUN, Iale of New West-
minster, Hotelkccyicr,l)etxascd Intestate.
All porsons Indebted to tlm above* Estate must pay tbe amounts of tlrelr indebtedness, forthwith, to ' the n-ntiiK-
sraxaD, anil all persona having claims
aaalnsttlio samemnst send them In,duly
Sroven, on or before Saturday tire Uth
ay of August proximo, at-120'olook, noon.
W. H. FALtllNO,
iljlylltd Administrator.
VANCOUVER CITY
FoundryiMachineWorks
rE PROPRIETORS OP THENE
works bave much pleasure In notifying tlnlr friends and the publlo that- they
nre now prepared to reeeive aud promptly
execute any orders fur work In tlielr line
with whioh they may be favored.
A.lMcKELVIE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, U.O., 8lh Mny, 1888.
dwmylnto
ajTOTlOB.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
thirty days after dnte 1 Intend to apply to the Chief CnmmlHt-.lodf'r oMjuhis
and Worki,(or a license to«ot nnd tarry
KWiy timber from thefollowtm*. deneHbed
lMd In Ntw Westminster District:
Commencing at a slake set about % of a
mile east from the shore .of Mopfegae
Channel. Howe Sound, on the south bank
of a creek, in a direct east line from the
north end of Anvil Inland; thence south
120 chains; thence east -IO chains; thence
north 120 chains; thence northeast 120
chains; thence weHt 40 ehains; thence
southwest 120 chains, to the point of commencement. JOHN A. WEBSTER.
New West., June 19,1888.
dJeMmi
CEMETERY PLOTS
PERSONS OWNING PLOTS IN THB
Church, Oddfellows' or Masonlo Cemeteries cmi have them put In condition
nnd kept so for the remainder of the season at a cost of from 11 to i) each, according to size, by applying to
JOTIN LISTER,
.IJIyUI" Westminster.
Brick Manufacturers,
BUILDERS AND
(reneral Contractors
BRICK-YARDS; Fori ■■uy.
OFFICES: Camer Cel.mbU ud Mary
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T ADIRR', GENTS'. MISSES* A CHILD-
jj rou's Boots, Shoes and Gallera mnde
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REPAIRING neatly and promptly executed.
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1
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Repairing fleatly 0OM.  Cork Sal*
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•aroTiCH.
AT
kttt.lt
COUNTY COURT WILL BB HF.LD
__.at LYTTOK on MONDAY the Ue*
J JMt IWUrWoHlock tn Uw forenoon.
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Island, east
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NOTICE,
SITTINGS  OP THE COUNTY COURT
of Kootenay will be held at the following places, vis.:
At Farwell, on Friday,tho 20th proximo.
At Donald, on Friday, the 27th proximo.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provlnolal Secretary's Ofllce,
27th June, 1888. djetttd
REMOVED!
MAJOR * -CMSON,
ItEAL ESTATE,   INSURANCE   AND
b  Financial   Agents,   have  removed
from Mi'ivimzip Street, to their new and
commodious offlees In the
BANK OF B, C. BUILDING,
Opposite tho Post Ofllce.  All persons desiring to buy or sell Real Estate, negotiate
Loans, or Insure their Lives or Property,
are advised to call at the new offloest
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Westminster for Whatcom every WEDNESDAY «V FRIDAY morning, arriving
at Whatcom the same evening.
This is the only through stage and the
only stage making the trip In ouo day,
thereby Having time and expense for passengers.
Passengers conveyed to and taken from
auy Hotel ln town.
For farther information, apply to
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3"»HE ANNUAL MEETING OF SUB-
scrlbers to the Royal Columbian
ospital will be held ln the Surgery of
the Hospital at I p. m., THURSDAY. 10th
July, 1888. Business—Reception of Reports and election of Directors for ensuing
year. By order,
W. H. KEARY,
Hon, See.
New West,, 3rd July, 1888. djlystd
3STOTI033.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Vi 00 days after date I intend to apply
to the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to
fitirclinso 1280 acres of nnsurveyed crown
iindH tn New Westminster District, yls-t
Commencing at the south-west corner
Font at Lett), Block 3 north, Range 7 west,
Ustrlct aforesaid; running -W chains west,
thence 1)30 chains north to the channel be-
tween Lulu and Seu Htuiidn| thence east
-10 chains to. tho north-west nornt-r of Lot
4, Block 4 north, Range 7 west, District
aforesaid; thenco south to the place of
commencement. E. A. SHARPE.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY- GIVEN THAT
3*Ways after dato we intend making
application to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a lease for timbering purposes of the following desorlbed
lanassltuote on Vancoi* <*r a.
shore, described as follow*-,;
Commencing at the southwest eornerof
the lease claim now held by us, whioh
corner is nbeut one mile soiifliof the head
of Stella Lake, thence as follows: Rust 40
chains, south 160 chains, east 10 chains,
south 40 chains, cast 40 ehains. south ISO
ehains, west 80 chains, south 80 ohalns,
west80ohalns,south 40 ohalns, west.200
chains, north 40 chains, west 80 chains,
north ro chnins, west 00 chains north 460
chains, more or less, to the southwest
corner of the Hastings Sawmill Co.'s
claim; tlience east 80 chains, south 40
ehains, east 100 chains, son h 80 chains,
eastl&j chains to the west boundary of
claim now hold by us; thence south 40
chains, moreor less, to point commencement. Said described lands containing
22,000 ncrcH be the same more or less.
New Westminster, July Uth, 1888.
ROYAL CITY" PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited)
By their Agent, ^
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Rooms to Let
(FURNISHED)
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THOROUGHBRED BULL
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A full Hue of Coffin Trimmings always on
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Farming Itasula. Improved and unimproved, throughout the district,
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Of the very best Quality.
We have also oh hand a lot of
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House, Barn* 40 acres fenoed and under
cultivation.
JlOOOCesli; Balance on long time.
OF TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY
AORES.
100' acre, good Prairie* Balance trull)*
cleared.   Oood Barn and other Improvements.
Also
Fart down; Balance on time.
Iso-a number of Wagons. Bug-
fl^h, Sleighs, Hume Mt, <»lll*,
oneg.ee.
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Hurison HoUprings, B, 0,
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awlnsashsi, VaMr aad f f!««• "arts.
With eiperbnoed Attendant..
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WISHES TO INFORM THE  PEOPLE
OF NEW WESTMINSTER THAT HE
IS PREPARED TO EXECUTE
ALL ORDERS FOR
TAILORING
A FULL LINE OF
English, Scotch and Irish
Tweeds and  Faney
Trouserings.
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Wl MKRNMIMNHO MUMMY,
«J-ftlM    HA-Uftwk Piatt, Naw Y*»k, .} THE>OPE'S TRIPLE blOWN.^'
The ntbboni, tho QOld, the Pearls, and
-.- ---■im*. mtoW They Are Guarded. ^«!
Tho popes did not/always ■w&ilgthe
three-crown tiara. Alfcflrst they'Wbrt an'"
ordluary mitre, -with one crown around'
It,nud then a second was added toit, then'
a third, when it took the nameol trlxegno
(three kingdoms).
This explains whysometimesthosimple
mitre ia used and sometimes called the
triregno. , -
We rend ol the.iorm andsplendovof tho
pontifical mitres in pontifical inventories. Some of them weighed as mnch
as teu pounds, or even move; they woro
decorated with cameos and intones, inlaid
with figures, rings nnd other precious ornaments, fastened to themitro like drooping pearls, crosses and other kinds of
jewel then known.
In 1-100 Eugene IV. had a mitre made in
France by Lorenzo GhibertI, which
weighed five pounds, of which four
pounds were of precious pearls and gems
aud cost over 40,000 gold ducats. ltwas
tho mitre which Eugeuo IV. afterward
pledged to Florence for |50,000, which he
gnvntotlieGreeks.
Till the end of the last century there
wero four precious mitres in existence—
two made for Pius V. aud Paul V., the
latter of whom spent $70,000 on hla mitre,
and two wero made for Paul VI. The
two first wero kept lu Castle St. Angelo
and were taken out for great ceremonies,
Wheu taken out they Were guarded by
the Pope's jewclcr,andwcreaccompauied
by the same jeweler all through the procession and ceremonies ofthe day. Even
v> lieu placed ou tho altar they were under
the jeweler's custody. Tho other two
mil res wore kept in tho pontifical sacris-
try.
Pius VI.'s flrst mitre was*mado in 17S0.
It had a gold foiimliitloi), decorated with
gold threads and pfeaffs tlu-caued with
silver, also many precious stones of all
kinds. At the back it waa decorated with
the pontifical arms. The ribbons were also
covered with Roid, pearls nud diamonds.
Tlie second raitro of the Pope was made
in 1*81, aud .was decorated in tho Baine
maimer, only in n diU'erent pattern, aud
tho foundation was iu silver instead of
gold.
All these four mitres wero broken up
by Pius VI. in 1707, in order tn pay tho
P-.-L'iicb what was stipulated in the peace
of Tui'c'iitiue.
Xot ono of lho .mitres offered to Leo
Xlll, for his jubilee is of the value of
either one of tlie abovo stated mitres.
lint, even tbo present ones are valuablo
enough, especially for theso days,—Catholic News.
I TOO LONG TO WAIT.   .
Why the Inexperienced Stranger Wns Mad
• • at tho Century Plant, —..-j
There was a man ab the vegetable market with a small aud sickly-looking oentury plant in a cheap pot, and ho was
mad.
4,Looka-hcre!"hc said to fl.? owner of
each flower stand iu 8Uci*eb>iou,.tMidp'b
you sell mo tliis.'ero plant lipo-yearsftgd?'1'
Each ouo answered in tho '.negative.
Then hemadosnch-'aroivtlilit™ policeman came up nud toid him to hush. ,
i a •'Haven't I «ot it right to talks'" doornail detl themanlnliiglidudgeoii, "When
I have been swindled, cheated, robbed
vind made a fool of, must I keep silence iu
this free land?" --•■ ,„.   _,
"What is the cause of your won?" "*'""
^ "I bought this -plant, o£:somebody here
r.!..utfive years ago. Tbey told methafc.
it v.as 0.i years old, and that it would
bloom this spi-in;*:. I'vo fooled awny
enough time ou the thing to build a house.
I'vo ■set up nights to uui'so it, and I've
gonehoniQ by day to keep it from frees-
ins*'
.■*!--.$
Well, what's the matter?'1
"They lied to mel I've had two botanists examino it, and theytell me the plant
Isn't 10 years old!  Think o|, my fooling
around for 90 years to sft* the infernal
I thing flower out!"       f« '$WKftb&2j_t
1.  "But what can you doK» ^wPB!
I   "I want to find the hyena who put up
. tlie job on me.  1.11 make him eat-the
1 wholo outfit or break his neck!"
1   "Don't get excited. Take your plant
,s He lifted the pot high in the air aud
,. dashed tho life out of t{ie poor plant, and
I then sat stiffly down on ft bench, folded
I his arms aud said;
j "Hing for yonr old patrel wagon if you
Want to! I'm going to sit right here till
(f get eyes on the mau who put upftfft-
[/year job on a confiding citizenl" j
■  i       i ■    —i      In   i i     ■!   ii
Tho Hon* Mind i Bis Stepi>\
Every one has noticed, while driving,
(how rarely a horse stops on ft stone even
Men going very rapidly.   A well In»
,' 'orrned writer quotes an old cavalry man
J   i saying that a horse never etepi on a
j man intentionally. Ibis a standing order
I with cavalry that should a man become
Iti is mounted, he must lie down and bo
'perfectly still,   If ho does so, the entire
r-i-upaiiy will pass over him aud he will
not lm injured.  A horse notices where he
got ug, nnd li on the lookout for ft Ann
foundation to put his footou. It is an
instinct with him, therefore, to step over
prostrate man.  The Injuries caused by
runaway horse are nearly always In-
i ted hy the animal knocking down, and
iot by his stepping on thorn.
How To Drink Milk. >\
t*omo complain that they cannot drink
Ik without being "distressed" by ib.
.'hii most common reason why milk is
: well bomo Is due to tho fact that peo-
t i\*'A: it. too quickly. If a glass of it
mm;-!!'-,wed hastily it euters into the
■ni.'iui and then forms in one solid,
i-d.f-;l mass, difficult of digestion.
",-ni i lm Other handt the same quantity.
dp ni, and three minutes at least art.
.u--inl i:j drinking it, then on reaching
■ ro:. i-.uh ib Is sodivided that when
.{;■*..■'<-'•-..H It must bo bythe gastric
' \\.\ digestion is goiug on, instead
in ono hard, condensed mass,
out side of which only tho diges-
■ii ilitid.-ieaU act, it is more in the form
.t s;ionge, and lnnud out of the entire
lie ;ho gastric juice can play freely and
-'"nn its functions,—American An-
ihri,
iniri I
tht
A Xooilail Icnprov.n.at. V
"I wnnt you to introduce ma to „u,
r.iiiirisiri," salil a lady, as her husband re-
ririitnl to lii_ seat ln the middle of tb*
orvriftoi'lilstnter-aet refreshment •' 'j
" IT Iry no, Iny dear!" iuijiiired the man.
* "I iirrril. yon to miggest that in lifo nev
'.real: rr Iru have Uu» scuts for men placed
;u Ii-.iii.-i, workea by itspring In tlio floor,
.) Unit when you get^Uiraty you oan sink
,mcs.'i(Uj--Uiironglj the floor into tho aa-
boll bolorv nml como back1 the eamo way,
,oii! r.! irribliiir;overlialln dozenper-
in r ■ r.r: your Mat.(mil thonl»lo,"-r.
clit.riiiliii; but Unseen.
— ,1b 'is astouisliiiiK how pretty the homely
ili'l yr.ii hnvo never scon can look when
.t.i Is softly talking nonseuse to yoa
li rough the telupUoue.-SomerviHe Jour-
AJOPSY-TURVi-WORLD.   *
• —rr—-r.—:■ „•* «*   ->-   •• -
Coutnulietorj' Peels GbsM-Attiiy if Man
. vuith iiisrBjes *fitio_>ih.~
,~'i'lilslu.asortoj.toirsV-tu-fVynfdtldj. No
ono see'ms to bo satisfied.
Ono man is ordered to eat eggs because
they nre nutritions, ami another Is cautioned to leave them nlono because they
produce bile.
Robinson takes a sherry to give him an
arppetite, whllo Brown, who has a, wine
cellnr, criir't touch it on -ieoount of bis
apoplectic tendencies.   * QtinllKl
The prizo-flglrter reforms and lieeomesa
preacher, while the theological uttuleut
leaves his university to become a professional baseball pitcher.
Ono rich man wears poor clothes because ho is rich and can do anything,
while a poor man wears fine clothe i Ire.
causo be is poor anil wants to create the
impression that lie is not.
One mau escapes nil tho discuses that
flesh is heir to and Is killed on a railroad,
another man goes t!iroiii*l, half a dozen
wars without a scrarVn ar.,1 l him dies of
whooping cough.
Tbe laborer with ten children keeps ont
of debt on 110 a week, while many nn unmarried bank offiolal With UW a week
can't get along without helping himself
to the bank's fund.
Oood people die and bad people live.
The mau who Is fat with health can't get
employment, and the man who is luitkiiu-
money hand over lira has in give up business ou account of li'* 111 health.
One man is spending. ulf t 're money lie
can earn iu taking n girl tr. it theatre and
sending her flowers, intho hope that he
may eveiHunlly make her his wife, and
hia neighbor is spending all the gold he
has saved to get a dI voice.
The.doctor tells Morrill that if he
doesn't stop work ami takfta-rest he'll go
into n decline, and then tells Blakely that
if he does not abandon his «er.eutnry position and go off somewhere ami work on a
farm he will dio of torpidity of the liver.
LITTLE AFRICANS AT PLAY.
Sports of the Little Hoys and Olrls <f
tho Dark Contluout*    ■-.■ ••/
Tho missionaries In Africa- have-found
that the little girls there make imitation
babies, clumsy, awkward, but to them
lovely.
Just like the Utile girls In America,
they prefer live dollri if they can have
them, ami 1,0 piny wilh dogs, treating
them ns dolls; doing just us our children
do, nml yet so dilferclillyl
When our children play with a kitten
or dog nntl cull it a bnby, they put an
apron or a towel on It for a dress, and
hold it ln the lap, rocking it, and singing
*'By-o-bnby!" Or they put it carefully ou
n pillow or tho sofa or lounge, and pat it,
perfectly content if-it will oulylieatlli
and -bo good." Just us they'seo real
mothers'do with real babies, so tlie, do.
The littlo girl In'Africa'ties hfr little
dog, or pig, up, und then ties it on her
back, and has a lovely time; .she doea just
what she sees real mothers tip with real
babies. Tho little Indian girl straps her
baby on n board aud swings t be board oa
a tree, or on her back, anil would not feel
that sho whs having a good time If she sat
and rocked It, or made olothes for lt. Sbe
never saw a baby dressed in pretty, dainty
clothes, and would not know what to do
with a doll so dressed until she is taught.
; Little boys in Africa-do not play ball,
or cricket, or fly kites, or make tele-
phones, or put up telegraph wires between their own or their friends' houses.
They make spears, shields, -bows, arrowr,
nnd imitate their fathers ill th-;:- games;
make animals of clay which they shoot.
They-know few games, becauso their
fathers can do but fewthings; they are
cruel in their sports, because they know
so little, see so little of kindness.
Little children are the tiny photographs
in their play ot the life lived in their
homes and about them.
Coquetry Bader Diaeultles. .
Ono would scarcely think thero w*»*ny
suoh thing as coqnetrr among- Turkish
women, considering the arbitrary aoclal
conditions under whioh they live.' A. a
matter of fact, however, there irmi. good
ileal ot flirtation going on In- a surreptitious manner.
The Moslem lady coflnetthhly Inclined,
has to be very careful; aoyliluebearil detecting the least Impropriety-might nauso
her ruin aud even nowaday.-! hevdeath,
If the other party was a Giaour, The
Turkish lady runs very treat risks and
flirts under most decided difficulties.
The oxtent of her flirtation with a
Frank would be tho stealthy removal of
herynshmak.toletblmseehcrface.when
meetinghernt some unfrequented spot.
If a very bold coquette this risky performance would bo supplemented by a
smile,—Thomas Stevens.
Cot aait Dried..
Th* practical 'mnfclif *' eht- lAfcllo
school system was thus set forth by truo
of its subjects:
Miss l{ectaiigle(aildresslng hen scholars
ot the—:gr4de)-"Now, 'children, t!rin
nfternoon when Prof. Solfahine curries to
givo the musio lessons and says, 'Well,
scholars, what shall wo slngt'whoever
speaks Is to say,'Page 52,' and after that,
when ho says, 'What neill' you aro tu
call out, 'Page DO.'"
Ten-year-old girl (raising her lali•!'.-
"But, If you please, Miss Iteclaiigle, tve
don't nny ot us want to slug ihnr>e I unM
We have praottced t|_em everyday till
we're tired of em,"  U •'■
Miss Rectsnglc-"Thal douu't make
any difference. Airy Krholar callilr; urn
nny other numbers will "oo kept'aiur
school. Remember, now. First choice,
paga S3; seoond choice, page 00, Posltioti
all,"-Chicago journal.
Fals guspkloa.
Pat hntl recently socurod a placo on a
farm. Oue dny r t noon he was handed.n
glass of buttermilk. I'o 'asted thell(uld,
set the glass down tivd went into - < :;•_•
house.'
"Ol say, son," he solii to lit.i employ.;-.
"Don't yea thlakol'd betur boaitkorgoln'
out an' seeln' to tha stocki" __\_V._&r
«Why('»,~■-: 1'?T'\
"BiJcause, Ol'vo me susplflods ihal
somebody's lett the cow •lliandin'ln the
sun and lettiu' her milk get sour.'1
*   Overtazlag Bl. Brala. .v- -.
01dMM.Bentley-"Dldjeho»r,*»si -•-,
that the young student who has In   t
linnrdln*  at tho Hendrhrkssa is tt i
Blrrk?"    .        .'. fl   •:'*:,
Old Mr. BenHey-'Tea, I hetnl i ;
wlirit'rrtho tl'ollliln with him?"
(!!•! Mrs. l;.-aUi}'~;",ir.i:ri.tiii: too lm ',
I n'.iin1. Tire tliiei'yl' saya IV,.'* (--it i...
foi'itial.iouof the hi'irrrr."—Onrahn v.'oi..!.
Too Often th. Ca...
When second childhood, comes a Mint,
forgets he. jspld.-Pleayunf,, ,
s,
7
AndCarhunclesre.-;ultfroma',.bbIUtuti2-.l
impoverished, or Impure condition of the
blood. Ayer's SarsaparUla provonts and
ottNl these eruptions and painful tumors,
by removing their cause; tho only effect-
nnl way of treating tbem.
Ayer's SarsaparUla bas prevented the
usual course of Boils, widen havo pained
and distressed me overy season for lav-
end years.—G. Scales, rioinvillo, Mich.
I was badly troubled with Pimples on
tbe facet also with a discoloration of the
ikin, which Show-Jd itaolf in ugly dark
patches. No external treatment did
more than temporary good. Ayer's Sar-
laparilla effected
A Perfect Cure,
md I bare not been troubled since.—
I. W. Boddy-. Biver at., Lowell, Mass.
I was troubled with Boils, and' my
health was muoh Impaired. I began
using Ayer's SarsapariUa, and, in due
time, tho eruptions all disappeared, and
my health was completely restored.—
Tohu it. Klkins, Editor Stanley Observer,
Alhemarlo, K. O.
I was troubled, for a long time, with a
humor whioh appeared on my faco in
agly Pimples and J-tlotches. Ayer'a Sar-
laparilla cured me. I consider It the best
blood purilier in the world.—Charles H.
Smith, North Oraftshury, Vt.
Ayer's SarsapariUa
to Bold by aU druggists. Ask for Ayer's
SarsapariUa, and do not be persuaded to
»ke any other. ff
?r«pared by.Dr. J. O. Ayer -kOo., Lovall, Kim.
Prim Cl | six bottles, SB.
1888.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
SOME COPIES OF THE
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on hand, and will be disposed of
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This Directory is published
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Address:
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iiwjsutt     *mwieinnTRR,B.e.
FORJBALE.
LOT IS, BLOOK XXXVI, 132 FEET ON
Ellice Streot, 150 feet deep and 132
feet on Mclnnes Street; contains about
'2% ordinary city lota. Barn and Stable
on premises with accommodation torn
homes, harness room, Ac; good well of
water; garden, planted with fruit trees.
PartlcuIarM on application to
dmylflto V.* J. FRENCH.
TIMETABLE
Str. "Gladys,"
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, WILL
leave for Chilllwlincknii'l way places
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 7 a. in., returning ou the following days. For al). further information
apply on board, or to
W. B. TOWNSEND,
dmyetc On the Wharf.
SIGHTv. BLINDNESS
N.
USE  ONLY
STANLEY'S
CELEBRATED
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE-GLASSES.
RocommenUed  by Loadlui; Ooiillsts In
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ilmyaote        Agents, NewWostmliister.
GOVERNMENT ST
VICTORIA BJ.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Of tho Best Makers in tlio World.
rnilE WOKLD-RENOWNJSD ORGANS
1 una I'lAXOs ol iIbm.ii A llaiuilii
Imvo arrived. Tlio great STEOK PIANO,
Willi rinterilniiiitiiliiiiij.' iiednl. Tlifliiiateli-
less DECKER * .SONS* PIANOS. Thu
well-known DOMINION PIANOS and
ORGANS. Havo also In stock RONISCH
and CHRISTIE PIANOS. Pianos ond
Onions sold on monthly paymonls. Pianos for rentmid re nt aiiirlfert If piiR-Iinseil.
Cull at
H. Peters' Music Store,
dwJe23lo Victoiua, B. C.
PARK RESERVE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
the parcel of land described below
has. heen reserved and set apart forthe ro-
oreatlon and enjoyment of the public, as
{irovided hy section 3 of •'An Act toamend
he 'Land Aet, MS!,"' Chap, lfl of 1888,
Vla.t-
AUthat portion of that certain tract of
land and premises known on the official
Blan or map of the suburban lands of the
lty of New Westmlnstor im the pmk reserve, contained within th« following described boundaries, tbat Ih to sny, commencing at the cornet: of the Park Re-
serve at the Intersection of Park Lane
With the tlrst unnamed street running
north-oustcrly mid soutli-woKtorly, lying
to the westward of Taelhourno Street:
thence along.the westerly boundary of
Park Reserve in a north-easterly (i[rG0.
tion a, distance of seventeen (17) chains]
thenco ln a south-easterly direction, at
right angles to tho. westerly boundary of
Baid reserve, to the'easterly boundary
thereof; thenco In a south-westerly direction, along said boundary, to the boundary of Leopold Place; thenee following
the lines dividing said Park Reserve
from Leopold Place, Royal Avenue and
Park Lane, to place of commencement;
containing 87 acres, more or less.
W. S. GORE,
Surveyor-General,
Lands A Works Department,
Victoria, to. C„ 29th May,'8R.      Je2ml
—ANY MAN*—
Who ts "Weak, Nervous, Debilitated,
who In bis Folly and Ignorance has
Trifled away his Vigor of Body, Hind
and Manhood ■causing exhausting drains
npon the Fountains of Life, Headache, Backache, Dreadful Dreams,
Weakness of Memory, Basbftolaess In
Sncletri Pimples upon the Faee and
all the sBflbets leading-to Early Decay,
Consumption or Insanity, will And In
our Specific No, 83 a* Posit ve Core, It
Imparts Yonthfnl Vigor, restores the
Vital Power ln old and young, strengthens and invlcoratcs the Brains and
Nerves, builds up the muscular system
and arouses Into action tbo whole physical energy of the human frame. With
onr Specific No. 23 the most obstinate
ease can he cured In three months, and
recent ones ln less than 80 days. Each
packnge contains two weeks treatment.
Price & Cures guaranteed. Our Specific
No. Mil an infallible Cure for all Private Diseases, uo tnattiT of how long
standing. Sold under uur written Guarantee to effect a Cure. Price $5. Toronto Medicino Co., Toronto, Ont.
COISUIPTWS
Thnt drt-iiil (error, a disease so long
bnfllng snionco nnd the most skilled
physicians, who know, or nothing to
arrest, nothing to alleviate, mulling to
cure. Now it ts no lonsm* an Incurable malady nven when given np by
uliyhlcliuiH, lii'iilil* can wot lie found In
OtfR REMEDY; It lii'uli and m>othes
tho membrane of the Lung!! Inflamed
and poisoned by tho ruvagcit of this
fell disease, and prevents the night
sweats nnd tightness across the chest
which accompany It.  Price iX
OURE8    GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
0VR K1.KGANT PREPARATIONS.
Remember we manufacture and are the
Bole proprietors of the following specialties, mui that they cun he had from no
other source.^THEV ARE HOT FOB SAUBY
QRUCClSTS. ■Citrri'Riii-miK-nc'P Hirlrlly con.
iiui'iitiul. Consultation upon all chronic
disease invited. NO CHARGE except for
medicines. All goods sent stouro from
obsot vutlnn. Toronto Medicino Co., Toronto, On I.
HAIR  COLORING.
Our magnificent preparations aro warranted perfectly harmless. Wo prepare
the following colors--the finer shsdes
arlBe from the hair Itself: Hlnck, Dark
Brown, Medium Brown, Chestnut, Light
Chestnut, Gold Htomtc, Ash or Hlonde
Cendree. Send lAtnpto of hair when ordering. Price,SU per botllOt Torouto Medicino Co., Toronto, Ont,  ,
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordering' please speidfy which you
require; ffegunrantee thorn to give entire
satisfaction. No. « Imparts to the skin
the color mid freshness of maidenhood,
harmless and cannot he deteeted, -S1.-2.-i.
No, ll removes wrinkle.*-. $2. No. 10 removes Liver (spots,$1.1)5. No. 11 removes
Klesh Worms, Sl',25, No-. 12 removes
Kreckles,?l,i'i- No. 1,1 removes Pimples,
tl.%. No. II remoYes Tun, -81.25. No. hi
l-etuovpfi Moles, Si, No. 1(1 removes Pock-
inm-kM, ■*.>. No. 17 removes undue Perspl-
ruMoii.ril.LVi, No. 18,»n absoluteuufalllng
Rpeclflc for the retention, development or
restoration-of the Hair* $1.25. Toronto
Medicine Co,, Toronto, Out.
THE BUST.
No. IS Is a cm blued internal and external treatment which speedily develops
or restores the female bust to the proportion*! of vnlnptnous natuie. Is entirely
harmless nnd certain ln results. Prlco ft
Toronto Medicino Oo., Toronto, Ont,
dwaplftyl      ,
":■.■- -^;*-'->r ■*?*•"■ •."■-■
*5*$S mwStt ■
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
«r Satisfaction guaranteed.       d.plSlc
City Laundry
H
JOE   QUI,
AVINO LBA8ED AND FITTHD UP
  a Hlioii on Dalles Hired, nearly opposite Mr, wise's stable, Is now prepared
to undertake the work of a
General Laundry.
Competent men employed, and work
?;uaranteed, Having engaged t- Wagon
or delivery, clothes will he <l llvered
promptly In any part of the city Flr.it-
class references given if required. A trial
order solicited. Prices will bu found as
low as ln any flrst-class establishment.
Families taken at speolal rates.
oorOrders may be left at Mr. Dickinson's
1 Jutcher Hhop, Colum bla Ht. dja6tc
INDEPENDENT
MEstateJM
STRAIGHT, FAIR COMMISSION BUSINESS.
OWNERS OF FARMS OR CITY LOTS
to sell will have their Interests, as
well as buyers, carefully guarded in all
transactions, and no extras pat on first
prices.
Always have good bargains in Vancouver Lots,
Correspondence sol felted.
WIS. CLARK BELL,
GAVBik St., P. O. Box va,
dapwio trj-mroo-ntrxhTt.
Dominion Lands.
J*' YOU AHE PAYING FOR YOBR
Pre-emption or (or rent o( Mlnlrrfror
rapine Land, or buying Parm, Mlslog
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
But pay in SOX-tXX* and save a
large discount.
Rcrln can be obtained in largeorsmall
quantities from
ALL0WAY ft CHAMPION,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OB TIIOK
THK BANK OF BRITISH CHiVMIIlA,
NBW WESTMINSTER
d***mh6to
To San Francisco, Cal,
BY. WAY OP THE
THE MT. SHASTA ROUfE.
Quicker In Time than any other
Konte between
Hew WesiminsUr ui h Frum
Imi Sceile Reate cf the f wile
CUMt.
PULLMAN' BUFFET ^SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Acoommodatlon of Beoond-CUas Passengers, attached to Express Trains,
Fare from Portland to Sacramento and
San Franoisco:  Unlimited, tUSl First
Olaaa (LlmlMd), »M| Second Olaas (Limited), Wl. ^
It. KOEHLER, Manager.
E. P. ROGERS,
Assl. Gen. Freight A Pass. Agent.
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
hm\ htkhl
WW WKSTlllXIITIR, B. C.
Hay and Feed
wood & COAL
(THK BEST QUALITY).
Dry Goods, Boots it Shoes
Provisions & Groceries.
FARMERS'    HARDWARE,
TOwftae, ttfse-
t**r As we use no whisky or tobacco we
ean, by temperate habits and careful economy, sorvo tlie publlo at especially low
rates. '       dwjRiiitc
'IMPERIAL
FIRE INSORANGE Cfr^'t,
1 Old Uroaii St. and It I'aix Mau,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1H08.
FOR INSURING HOUSES * OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wans, Mefchan-
disc, Manufacturing and Fanning Struck,
Ships In Port, Harbor or Dock, ami tha
Cargoes of suoh Vessels; alao, Shins liuitd-
iiiK anil repairing, Barges and otiier Ves-
sirls on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on hoard such Vessels, throughout
Groat Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
ruts lobs or DiMAorn im.
Snbaorlbed and Invested Capital,
-jSI.600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and ever; !niont,a
tlos »n be obtained on application to
W. J. ABMSTRONfi,
il^lluriMr-ir'NMlMtar.
THE UNDERSIGNED KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE AND
complete assortment of
OOT!
edtz
JESI
Which will be sold at tho LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES FOR CASH, tfb large
consignment to arrive shortly .*r5j Always in stock—leather, Shoe Tina**
InKS, &c„ of all kinds.   Custom Work a specialty.
JAKBB   ROXTBailAV,
dwjelyl No. 81, COLUMBIA Stbkkt. .
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"CaatoriaUsowelladaptedtoclilMMnthat I Oaatcria rare. Colle, OMntlpaUoa,
[i-xommetid lta. superior to anrprescriptlon I S°>» §?***^P1<ll1r^ *_!_ri^IS!**-. ju
Bowntome."     arAacraa,H.I).,        I Klll{S™' «"re""Bp- •** fTsfi,
I WttEt Injurious aedloaraaii
Tea Centaur Cohpahv. 17 Mrrrray Street; IT. T.
Ill 80. OitoiBt., Brooklyn, H.Y.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAND & mVESTMEM1 ABENCY, Ld.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 New Broad St. - LONDON, EttGLAND.
The Bnslnou of ALLSOP k MASON has been merged In the above Company
and will be carried on by the Company from this date aa a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agemy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Bates. Town Loti and Farming
Lauds for Sale ou easy terms,
Vlctorln, B. C, Mny 16th, 1887. ' dwjeTtc
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET • VICTORIA.
—aA-mriB iob
North British and Mercantile
insurance Co. ror Mainland.
H. C. BEETON A CO.,
86 Finshury Circus,
London, B. C,
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OF
the "Temperance Honse,"fronting
on Columblaand Church Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Churoh, and now Known
aa the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publio
at the following rates:
Board per day „.„« ™ JI 00
"     " week  w»...~... fi 00
Single Heals     2$
Beds.     85
aa_.Oood accommodation for Ladies and
f ami Ilea. myfitc
Flowers for sale
NOIHOE.
Canaja Life Mmu Gu,
PAUTIES INRUKED IN THE ABOVE
CompRny, whnno Protiitnitm tiro pny-
aiili- at EHKtcrn iiniiitH,.-nn imvi* llui place
of piiyment iliorcif clmnut'ii (ft'tluifeity,
fret) of ohnrgo, hy iipplylng to Miu undersigned.
•*• ItlHhK iitki-ii In this Icudlne<ann-
dlnn I'nmitnuy at must fiivoraltle i-alcs.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
djeffltc Aokst.
ailii Traasfer
HACK, LIVERY; STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE SIJllSCRIBERS AH1C NOW I'RE-
PARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Special Low Ratlin.
Dnjiig ai AI M of Touniag1
Done at Shortest Notice,
DrrC-«nlwo«l delivered to any part of
the City.
Ordors by Telephone will receive prompt
nttentlon.
aarstables nearly opposite C. P. K. Depot, Colnmbla St., New Westminster.
cljftUte      GILLEY BROS. Props.
&TOTJCEL
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Vi we have applied to the Minister of
the Interior for a lease for limbering purposes of the following desorlbed land in
New Westminster Dish-let:
Commencing at a stake at the southeast corner of Lot 386, Group One, snd
running north 80 chains, more or lest?, to
the Moodyvllle Sawmill Company's Umber limits; tbenee east 40 ebalns, thence
south 40 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence south 40 obalns, thence west 80
chains, to place of commencement--containing 480 acres, more or less,
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO,
{Limited)
djelSml      John Hendry, Manager.
ESTABLISHED 1869.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Hmrljr -Sppoalte tke Colonial total,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions ot
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on lrauil, and supplied to Fun-
ilics, KcstaunutJ, and Steamboat, at tht
LOWEST 1'OSSIBLB PRICKS.
CHINA & JAPAN
WE HAVE JUST BKCElVEDalais.
consignment at all klnils or
CELEBRATED TEA,
Embroidered Silk Goods,
Shawls, Screens, Bed Qallls,
DresslBK eowai, Ita.,' Rte.
—AUSO—
Porcelain, Sutsamn, Clolsanne,
Bronie, iTorj, Haaialwotd aod
CaflM of Evory Description.
IMMRTtD IT EVEItr tTUKR DIKOT FROH
CHINA «m JAPMI.
Hoping that yon will honor ns Ttlth yoar
visit, we remain veirrosp»ctfti!l!'yoani,
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
JTBOHTSTMIST, NED VllHIIWTtl, l.fc
Port onm Box Mo. 7.   V"    mesyi taaiiiMiiWrTT'- i...jMjB
▼HE DAILY OOLUMBIAN
munn
Kmy .Mtraeei «•*»• »»•«.,,
ir tbi
-.—-.——.-ii—'    moiHiita,
At tneir gleam  Printlne Kstabliili-
meat, Columbia Street.
BV   Mill,:
For 13 montbs *i OS
for • month. **
For .1 month. *m
DKMVKllKU IN TDK CITY:
■tar B months.., Uf 00
Mr Smooths -».  ">»
Par month     so
Ferwee*—     IB
Bument In all cases (eieept for weekly
rate) to ba made In advance.
MVMTIIIM UIU n* m MIIY.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Teacher Wonted W.Elson
Lecture Mias Ackorman
To Rent Colonial
For Sale E. Parr
A Bargain This office
Coming Minstrels
gtriiish -Sotumbian
r Evening. Jaly IT. IMS.
There waa no meetini* of the oity
counoil last night
The str. Dunsmuir leaves for Nanaimo st 7 o'olock to-morrow morning.
The installation of officers in Westminster lodge No 3 1. U. U. V. will
take place this evening.
The str. Gladys cleared for up-river
porta this morning with a large freight
snd a number of passengers.
The otr. Irving returned from Chilliwhack this afternoon with a large
load of live stoek snd farm produce.
Spencer, Mclntyre & Heath's minstrels will perform at Herring's opera
house on Saturday evening.   See adv.
Th* Westminster cricket club goes
to Viotoria on Friday's boat to play
the return match frum June 110th with
the capital city club.
The land arbitration commissioner,
Mr. J. T. Plants, held s sitting in the
court house this morning. Evidence
was heard la a.number of important
cases.        '. \, tv,.,^.
Shipments of salmon were very large
t i-day. 900 lbs. were shipped to Victoria, 300 Ibe. to Vancouver and 800
lbs. to [Mints along the C. P. E. by
Mr. W. H, Vianen.
The telephone company to-dsy made
e munition with Moodyville, snd subscribers can now converse with friends
in that beautiful little village without
leaving their oflices.
Kopnrta from Sumas say haying
operations are in fnll blast and the
fanners are reaping a splendid harvest
Other crops are ripening fast and
promise a large yield.
The ereotion of the new wing to the
public school building is being rapidly
proceeded with and the whole will he
completed snd ready for occupation
before vacation is over.
The Amities of Victoria have sent
word to the Westminster base ball club
that the; cannot play the match on
Friday as arranged. Owing to this
the match is indefinitely postponed.
Whether from swampy land or stag*
hant pool, or from the deadly gases of
oity sewers, malarial poisons are the
same. Ayer's Ague Cure, taken accord,
ing to directions, is a warranted specific
for malarial disorders.
Bodily health and vigor msy be main,
talned ao easily in the heat of summer,
as in the winter months, if the blood is
purified and vitalised with Ayer's Sarsa.
parills, Every person who haa used this
' remedy hu been greatly benefitted
Take It this month.
Two Chinese tyhiss were beforo the
police magistrate this morning charged
with obstructing thl highway and cresting s disturbance. It appears they
were merely disputing ss to which of
them should hire s certain celestial.
They were discharged.
The Manchester Eiaminer call, attention to s large consignment of tea
from China having crossed the Paoific
in British ships to British Columbia,
and being carried thenoe by the C.P.R.
Tha Manchester JSxaim'ner remarks
that "the inperiority of the new route
is thus established."
Tha Kamloops Sentinel says thst no
trace has yet been found of the men
who robbed the B. 0. eipress, excepting foot prints on the road near Clinton whieh correspond with those fouud
near the scene of the robbery. Indiana are still hunting (orthe men, bet
it ia believed Iheyiucceeded in getting
out of tha country.
Tha aalmon run lut night wai the
beat thia season, the boats avonging
close on SO fish each. The opinion
among fishermen Is that the big run
will oommenoe within the next two
days. The river is dotted with boats,
day and night.lniid every effort ia being
made by the canners to mske an extra
heavy pack thii year.
Holloway's Corn Cure destroys all
kinds of corns and warta, root and
branoh. Who then would endure them
with ouch a cheap anil effectual remedy
within roaeh.
CMId^1<fr«**S*WiC*^<
Intcntttm tectow.
Miss J. Armenia Ackerman, organise aud speskor for the Californis
Slate W.C.T.U. is expected to lecture
on Monday evening, July 23rd, in the
new W.C.T.U. hall on Douglu street.
On Wednesday evening another lecture will be given, subject, "San
Francisco at night." A gospel tern'
perance meeting will be conducted hy
Miss Ackerman in the Oddfellows' Hall
at tho close of the evening sorvice nn
Sunday 22nd inst (D. V.) under tho
auspicos of the Westminster W.C. T. U.
1,1 ;-*-
Wcslaaln8ier*Yaaeauvf r Bead.
The provincial government havo a
force of men at work ou the Westminster-Vancouver rond, putting it in
good condition for traffic. The quality
of gravol boing laid down is muoh superior to that used lost summer uu
certain portions of tho road, and when
this is beaten down it will form a rond
bed well able to stmul tho heavy fall
aud winter rains. The work is being
dono much earlier this soaion than in
former years, the wisdom of which will
he very apparent when winter sola in.
RaselwIITenrnamenl.
A public meeting will be held on
Tuesday evening next in Mro. Nelson's
hsll at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of
making arrangements regarding a
grand base ball tournament to take
place iu September, It is proposed to
offer {500 in prizes, which will havo
the effect of bringing together all the
base ball clubs in tbe province, aa woll
u a number from the territories and
from across the line. The project is
one deserving the support of the citizens and should be strongly encouraged
in a practical manner.—Sentinel.
 ..	
Caqnltlam Water Works.
The Coquitlam Water Worka Co.
are going to work in renl earnest and
it is quito evident they menu strict
business. The contract for clearing
the pipe line and making the wagon
toad through to Coquitlam Lake has
beon let to Mr. Duncan McLennan.
The contractor has commenced work
and has a large forco of men employed.
The company havo a number of important arrangements under negotiations and when these are brought to a
satisfactory conclusion no time will be
lost in completing the water system to
this city.
Woods-Clarbe.
On Tuesday evening last, s pleasant
ceremony took place at the residence
of Dr. S. Clarke, his third daughter,
Gertrude, being married to Mr. E.
Stuart Wood, Principal of the Kamloops high sohool. Hev. W. Wood,
brother of the groom, officiated. Mr.
W. Wood, brother of the groom acted
as groomsman, nml Miss Maud Clarke
as bridesmaid. Many handsome presents wero received by the happy
couple, who left on tho train Tuesday
night fur a visit to Clinton and the
coast.—K'ii»ii'om.m Sentinel. Tho Column*.*,' tenders congratulations.
Tbe Advantage er Compel hion.
Almost immediately after the building of the Southern Railway has been
sanctioned by the people s cortain
company will commence Iho erection
of three largo sawmills which will be
situated adjacent to Westminster. Two
of these mills will he fur manufacturing
lumber for the custom Canadian and
American markets and the third will
be for foreign trade only. The company depends on the Southern road
to give them s competing line to the
east, which will make a difference of
$1 to $2 per thousand in the cost of
placing their lumber on the eastern
msrket. Many projects depend on a
competing railroad line, all of whioh
projects are of immense importance to
Westminster.
 . . . —
War Against Ihe I. Vs.
Ever since the fall of 1886 o band of
cattlo belonging to Mr. Van Volken-
burgli, of Victoria, have been grazed
on this side of Sheep creek irr a thickly
settled part of the country mnch to the
annoyance and loss of the settlers.
They hnve just sent ill a petition to
Mr. Rows, land agent, setting their
grievances before him and stating that
Mr. Bryce, who is in charge of the cattle, has leased his place to tho company
and has men employed keeping the
cattle oil'this place while thoy were allowed to roam st will over the places
of the other settlers. They ask that
these cattle be removed to the owner's
lease on Ihe Little Bow. The petition
is signed by thirty settlers who say
the 1 Vs must gu,—Cidyarit  Tribune.
BMselhtng In IJn.sfl-.rrl...
The poor barren soil of British Col
uinbia [nde letters by learned eastern
men) still continues to produce prodigies wich would fill these wise gentlemen with wonder and astonishment
should they remain in tho country long
enough to investiguto their own opinions. The latest "big thing" in tho
way of small fruits whioh call, for special notice is a sample of gooseberries
given us by Mr. J. 0. Jaques of Clinton street. These berries are piodi-
§ious in size, measuring IJ inches in
iameter and a little over 31 in circumference. They are of delicious
flavor, with a bright desr akin, snd,
best of all, entirely free from mildew.
Mr. Jaques hu grown these gnoHc-
berrios tor several years, but being an
"old timer" and accustomed to the
freaks of British Columbia soil, he has
not considered them worthy of particular notice.
A Hist worth H«Em**n. Life loses
half Ito seat when digestion is permanently impaired. Surely then a speedy
means Of restoring tills essential of bodily
comfort is worth trying. Every rank,
overy profession bears iti quota of evidence to tho boncllceiit influence upon
the stomach, anil also upon the liver,
bowels anil kidneys, of Northrop b Lyman's Vegetablo Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure, or celebrated blood Pnrifier.
What is the wise course suggested to the
sick by this testimony ? We leave them,
to decide.
A Terrible Fall.
Veatcrday afternoon while s yollbg
man named Scolt was at work shingling the roof of a building on Douglas
street, the scantling-on which he waa
resting gave way and he slid rapidly
down the roof and fell to the ground,
a distance of 35 feet. As Scott left
the roof hia head struck a projecting
piece of timber, which caused nim to
turn twice before ho struck tho
ground. Tender hand, immediately
lifted the jKior fillow up and oirricd
him home, nnd Dr. Hall was summoned
without delay. After a close examination it was found thut both arms had
been broken, onu wiist had beon dislocated and tho uthor had suffered u compound fracture; a deep gush extended
from the middle of tho f.irohend to the
tup of the head, the face was badly cut
and many bruisos covered tho body.
Scott suffered terrible pains until tho
limbs were set and the wounds band-
ugorl, but this morning he was much
easier and progressing favorably. Dr,
Hall ssys tlint iil<liongh Ihe caso is a
very serious one Scott will bo brought
round again all right.
I'rlekel   Wnich.
A cricket match was played lut
night between elovens chosen from the
boys of Westminster and Sapperton.
The match was played on the church
property at Sapperton and wai witnessed by many people. Owing to
the darkness only one innings was
played and tho final inniuga was postponed till this evening. The Westminster boys played better all round
than their .opponents, but Sapperton
experts to redeem   itself to-night.
FIRST 1NNKINCS-- WKMTMISHTBR,
Black, bPellv...  2
Keay, bPelly  10
Pittendrigh, D Pely  0
Webster, o and b Felly  16
Kennedy,bPelly  3
Edmonds, o and b Pelly  0
Aikman, b Polly  0
Dickinson, run out  0
Dlgby, b Uantell  1
Leamy, not out  1
Pittendreigh, b Pelly  3
Byes   3
45
SAlTKnTON.
Whitc.bBlack  0
Young, c and b Keay  4
T. Miindav, b Keay  0
Pelly, o and b Black  0
Cantell, b Black  4
R. MoBride, o and b Blaok  0
W.Bell, notout  7
Best, run out  4
H. Munday.b Blaok  0
J. Boll, b Black  0
E. MoBride, b Keay  0
Byes  3
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Personal.
J. A. Webster returned from Vancouver this aftornoon. '
John Boultbee, barrister, of Vancouver wm in town to-day on legal
business..
Dr. lirillin, of tho Social World, Vic.
toria, paid lis s fraternal visit this
afternoon,
Mr. and Mrs. Win: Johnston have
gone out to Port Moody aud will remain there s week.
J. C. McLagan, the genial ex-edilnr
of the Victoria -Times, gave us a call
to-day. Mr. and Mrs. McLagan leave
for Winnipeg in a fow days on a short
visit.      - •    '" '-•
Wm. Chadsey, of Chllliwhack, was
in the city to-dsy. Mrs. Chadsey, accompanied by some of the children,
went eut to-day on the 1.30 train fur
a short visit to friends in Ontario.
Ju. McNauiara, one of our oldest
and most respected citizens, returned
to-day from an extended tour over the
Pocihc coast. He is looking well and
expresses himself as muoh benefited by
his long excursion.
Lite UiMdlan News.
Toronto, July 9.—A couple of weeks
sgo Mr. Stephen B. Orsen, a well-
known citizen of No. 8 Brookfield St.,
mode preparutioiio for a summer trip
to Cacouna and the day lie-loft he gave
into the charge of Mr. Samuel Hall,
his son-in-law, a rare aud valuable
species of Roman terrier. The animnl
became disconsolate at his master's departure, refused to eat or leave the
house, nud lut night died ou the door
step—s victim, Mr, Hsll ssys, of s
broken heart.
Quango, July 12.—Another find is
reported on River Du Moulin, Sl.
Francis de Boauoe, which promises to
yield, a handsome output uf gold.
Winnipeg, July M.—An agreement
is being drawn up between the Manitoba government and the Northern
Pacific. Under it the government is
to complete the Red River Road and
hand it over lo the Northern Pacific
who will equip and operate i, the
latter paying interest to Ihe province
fur the amount of money expended
upon the rond up to its completion.
The Northern Pacific undertakes to
extend Ihe line to Brandon next year
and to build a branch line south to the
Souris country. Tho same company
will also build Souris branch lines.
Mr. Burgess- Deputy Minister uf
Interior arrived to-day on route to Ihe
west At'Region ho will hold a consultation with th* Hon. Edgar Dewdney, the new Minister of Interior.
Ottawa, July 14,—Oapt. Geo. H.
Young, secretary of the Rebellion
Losses Committee, snd latterly employed in the Interior Department, has
been appointed Inspector of Customs
for the sixth Customs district, whieh
embraces Manitoba snd the Northwest
Territories, snd slsoPoit Arthur.
Montreal, July.—Tlie exports of
cattle up to dste shows decrease if
8,000 compered with lut season. This
is the smallest amount exported in f uur
yesrs, snd confirms the opinion advanced at the beginning uf the soon,
that the supply of cattle would mu
lighter by a good deal. Trade, bow-
ever, hss not suffered muoh. The
season hitherto has not been a good
une, and larger supplies would not
improve It.
Halifax, July 14.— In Cumberland,
Dickey, conservative, wu elected by
750 majority over C-iaoy, a third party,
prohibitionist.
Childreil^^Htehir'jCistoffa
CORRESPONDENCE.
Tke Brest Huestlen.
Epitor Columbian:—Seeing that
some of my fellow citizens have been
giving their opinions and ideas with
regard to the Southern Railway, I
thought that however far I may fall
short of ability in expressing my ideal
on tbe subject, I would venture to put
them before the public fur what tlioy-
are worth.
In the first placo I believe 1 am safe
in saying that we require the wisdom
of a Solomon to liave successful dealings wilh railway corporations; iu this
respect I havo only to remind the publio of our first experiment in railway
mutters. While 1 would not fur a moment oust reflections un our worthy
mayor and oouncil, who I believe did
tho best they could under tho circumstance,, I think it ia pretty gunenilly
admitted that we paid rather dear for
our whistle. Now Mr. Editor, we
have prescribed, for the hem tit of our
well being, a ,eui ml duae nf railway
in the shape of two hundred and fifty
thousand dollars as bonuses to railway
and bridge across the river, and to givo'
laud for right of way, workshop,, io.,1
which I suppose means another fifty
thousand, say, altogether $300,000.
Now sir, my experience tells me thst
where railway corporations really want
railways, and cannot induce the publio
to subscribe their hundreds of thousands in the construction, ssid railway
corporations can generally find the
means to build the roads and equip
uid roads themselves, and then become millionaires.
It is a well known fact tbat this city
is badly in want of a water works
supply and a system nf drainage, and
if we give sway $300,000, how ninny
years will it be before wo recover the
drain on our finaucos, so as tu unable
us to have those absolute neceuities to
say .nothing of minor wants, such us
new streets, .town-hall, park, &o.
Some may say, oh, without the railway we shall have uo such requirements. Nonsense my friends, wo have
that noble river, which is sufficient to
build np a city as lurge as Livorpoul,
in far less time than it has taken to
make Liverpool what it is. Look at
Bristol, thut was a largo city buforo
there were any railways thought of,
yet tbo river is not one third the size
uf the Fraser. I remember perfectly
well when the Great Western steamship was running between Bristol and
New York, her freight and pnssengors
had to be conveyed in lighters a distance of noarly twonty miles to and
from the city while here we can have
veuels nearly u lsrge as the Great
Western come right along side onr
wharves.
I think we should give the matter
our most serious consideration before
we vute awsy three hundred thousand
dollars. At the ume timo if the taxpayers of New Westminster think it
neceuiry, and are willing to satisfy
the requirements named above, all
right, but bear in mind we cannot havo
both for some yeara to come.
W. D. Ferris.
The Hauthern Bailway,
Epitor Columbian.-1 I am glad Mr.
James Kennedy bas favored uo with a
contribution.' I invariably give hia articles s careful reading, because they
sre full of vigor and independent
thought. But he is sometimes like an
engineer whose iron stood is doing
nobly and ulely at 50 miles an hour,
but is not satisfied; he wauts to urge it
on to 80.
Aa I am neither an architect nor
oivil engineer I have no definite knowledge as to the cost of the construction
of givou roads and bridges, consequently cannot call in questiou the
statements of my friend in relation
thereto. I presume that no go-ahead
citizen doubts the necessity of the
rood. But what is the best way to
proceed in order to realize the desired
object in harmony with economy, unity
and good feeling, no* and' hereafter.
Some parties marry in hute, without
a knowledge of such facto and circumstances u uch wu justly entitled to,
and the consequence is disutisfactlon
and unpleasantness, and often something worse. It i, never belt to resort
to heroic treatment of a patient utile.,
absolutely nece,ssry; ns sometimes tho
after effects ure even worso Ihan dentil.
I see no need uf heroic treatment in
this esse. Thoio are times when the
driving engineer's ouly alternative, if
he would attempt to save the train
with its precious load of human life,
is to throw wide open the throttle
valve, under all tlie head ol steam he
can possibly command, and risk the
"lifo and death leap;" but never otherwise. Tliis does nut appear a caae of
that kind.    ,
Now, I ask is it nut best! is it not
right) ia it not the demand of bare
justice that those who have to help to
pay should have time for due consider-
alien? Would it not produce a better
and more cordial feeling if all the
citizens were fully convinced that their
rights, interests and proapectivo obligations had been dely respected I
I know, as a certainty, that such a
course in civil mattora invariably worki
well, because the people are convinced
that they hare been treated according
to the golden rule, lt la always ufe
to do right, and never safe to do wrong.
It is always right to do unto othen aa
we ought to wilh othen to do unto ua.
It is best at tlmu, to put on the brakes
and alow up before throwing the
throttle valve Wide open. I think thia
is a case of that kind. I am very strongly impressed with the idea that our
friend Kennedy'! proposition with respect to immediate action needs consideration. He knows well that a
proposition that can pau through a
Waterloo conflict without defut augment its power and impelling force.
I am not afraid of the results if the
people's right! and interests sre respected. There hsi been a wide-spread
feeling that the city wanted to dictate
lu Ihe whole district. Let thst feeling
be substituted by one of confidence,
unity, snd brotherly lovt. I sm persuaded that, In making huta alowly,
we shall have numbers, unity, and
general good feeling.   Here Ilu our
Seneral prosperity.    With thanks to
Ir. ,1. Kennedy. Wm. Kent.
Wholesale city HarKeL
Beef,    per 1C0 lbs.	
Pork        '.'        	
Mutton      "        	
Hldes(jr'n)"
Potatoes    "        	
Cabbage    '* 	
Onions      fl	
Wheat       " 	
Oats     	
Peas ll	
Hay,       per ton	
Butter (rolls) per h>,...„. s.
Obeese,        -    "	
Ekes,     per dos	
Cordwood (retail) per cord..,
..I7 00A 0 00
..110!    9 00
.. nooi um
.. 4 00 100
., 1263 1 60
.. 200 000
.. 200 000
.. 160rS 176
.. 1 60S 176
.. 1-SOr 0 00
.. 18 00<| 00 00
.. 0 251 0 86
.. 0 UA 0 17
.. 0 208 0 85
.. 3600 ll»
Peter Kieffcr, Buffalo, says: "I was
badly bitten by a horso a few days ago,
ami was induced by a friond, who wit-
nessod the occurrence, to try Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil. It relieved tho pain
almost immediately, and In four days the
wound was completely healed. Nothing
can lie better for fresh wounds." See
that you get tho genuine Dr. Thomas'
Eclectrio Oil, as there are Imitations on
the market.
•flfb.8 IWiy wu alok, we gov. bee Ceteris,
Wlr.a .b. wn. a Child, ah. arlsd for Cutoria,
wh«a ob. Income ICIos, oh. clang to Cutoria,
Whon sho had Cblldna, sbe gav«th.iaCMte--ia
BAPTIST OHURCH, Agnes Htreet,
P East ol Mary Street. Lord's Day
Servioes at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath
School andBtble Class at 2:80 p. m. All
seats free; strangers cortl' illy welcomed.
Methodist viiurch, oddfellows'
Newltirll. Hev. .1.II. Whit*, Pastor,
rices nt 11 ik m. nud 7 p. in. Sunday
School anil llllileClass .rrtrlit. in. Prayer
Mooting on Thursdays at 7.80p.m. Heats
freo; strangers cordially Invited.
qt. PMNU's firriirn, John street,
n OppprllUl Orange Halt. Kev, TliinniiN
Hatlilini, I'ruoiir. Hci'vices every Hunday
at 11 n. m. uritl 7 p. in. Thursday evenings
at 7:30 o'clock. Seats tree; all ure cordially Inviti'il. Hunday Sohool ut -:_t) p. in.
■      UKlOSf I.ODUE No. U, A. F.
^^*_e k A. M.—Tbe regular Com-
jLjfT niunlcatlons of tbls Lodge are
/▼\ lieldontbeflrstMonilaylneuch
moutb. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend
' PETER GRANT,
Ie2rf-tc * Seoretary.
TO RENT:
mWO FRONT 1100MS IN DEANK'S
I Brick Block, adjoining Colonial Hotel; HtiltabU for ottloci, ftc Kent low.
Eiitjiilro at Colonial. -JJlyHlS
FORJSALE.
mWO 12) YOKE OK OXEN: MINE (01
1 Mllcb Cows; Hliitocu (Ill head of
other Htoek from 1 lo n years ofil, Apply
lo EDWARD PARR,
wjlylsm 1 Kensington, Surrey.
A BARGAIN.
IpOIl HALE-100 ACRES GOOD LAND,
! dltuatedon a trunk road, about3in.le*
•from Brownnvlllu. Portion ol laud rlcb
bottom; balacoa llitbtly,timbered. Frame
of small bouieanhpnhiliei; otber im-
SroTeiftenn, sbrli Ifi clearitu, dralulnv,
c,  Price, $12.00 per acre; further particulars ou appl [cation ut thin olllce.
TEACHER WANTED.
MALE TEACHER FOR PORT MOODY
Distriot  School.    Duties   to commence flrst Monday In August.   Apply
not biter tban Saturday, wth lust.
>   W. ELSON,
Beet-clary School liourd.
Port Moody, II. C, July 17, ISSS.  ilwjlylild
W.C.TILECTURE
i
ORGANIZER   AND  SPEAKER FOR
tbe California Hula w. C. T. V., will
lecture on
■•XDAI EVEXIIKl, trjrd IIMT.,
In tbe NEW W. C. T. U. HALL, Dougla.
btreet.
Alao, on WIMMDAf EVENM6, Mtk.
aoniicT:
SIR FRANCISCO AT KIDIIT.
4J1J17I4      .,,,,„
COMING I
Herring's Opera louse!
SATURDAY NIGHT.
SPENCE, MclNTYRE & HEATHS
Urge and Interesting Programme.
JOKES!  SONGS!   DANCING!
Juggling and Contortion Feats,
The whole to eonolu.de with
" SHE, or, Scenes in Africa."
Reserved seats on sale at Herring's
Drugstore, Admission"5cts.; reoerved
seats 81.00. -    jyWtd
TO CONTRACTORS.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED UN-
til noon on HATDltDAY, Jllf not,
ror the ereotion of.
THREE SEMIDETACHEDTWO-STORY
DWELLINGS
On Agnes Street, for D. 8. Sinclair. Plana
and speciacatlons at iny ofllco.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
O. W. ORAMT,
djlylitil Architect.
Job printing of nil kind, neatly done
at the CoivmuK offlee, Prloee will be
found oo low M at WT etbtt otnotAt
the provine —Aeht,
NOTICE.
One Thousand Dollars Reward
TMIBLIO NOTIOB IS HEREBY OIVEN
P that » reward of 01000 will be given
by the Provlnolal Oovemment for ouch
Information aa oholl lend to the apprehension and convloUon_of the eerMno
concerned In the robbery of tbo "British
Oolumbla Express Company's Stage, on
the Cariboo road, on Saturday the SOth
day of June last.
MAJ*bS8e\ffl->
JAMES ELLARD £ GO.
Have Just Received Direct from the Manufacturers,
-A FINE UNE OF-
White and Colored Skirt Allover and
Narrow Laces,
White & Colored Swiss and Cambric
Embroideries.
New Colored Embroidered Washhag
Dresses,
Children's Chambray A Sailor Suits.
Ladies', Children's and Infants- 5-bb-
del-clothing,
All styles in Ladies' White & Colored
Aprons*
tmi>*—mt—mm—t_fi,xox.tt   BIOHT. mm_tmmat*w*mm
. ,    Call and. Examine.
LONDON   HOUSE,
dwjeisto ew Westminster, B, <',
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, kt
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full Uno of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses In steel, rubber, Biker and got i
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; all sights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having lourawt tit
business thoroughly from somo of the finest Horologers iu England, and since ttiea
managed tbe watch-repairing departments of a few of the best firms on thu continent of America, ia a sutfioicnt guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly maun
gcr for nearly 8 years of tlie well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Montteul.
Charges Moderate,
Montreal, Deo., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who did bo
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and I un sorry you are not hore to-day."
dwoplfto
TTOfRmNG7
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SVNDAY HOURS.-Mohsino, from 8:30 to 11 o'olock.
Afternoon, 1 to 3 o'clock.
Evening, fi to 9 o'olock.
Jar PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS will be prcfared at any time duriag
the night by a competent chemist, who sleops on the premises. Ring the night
bell.
HERRING'S  DRUG   STORE,
Opp, Telegraph Office*      -      ColumbiaSt ,, cw WcMminsU*:.
dwocete
D. S. CURTIS * CO.
-W-XX01.-B8--.-___    kt   BXIAIL
DRUGGISTS
Sole Agents, New Westminster, B. €.
c. Mcdonough
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
-DTlAI.-gH . OT
dJIylSml
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hend an Extensive Stock of
Dry Qoods, Groceries,  Boots A Shoes, Hats A Cups,
Crockery, Glassware, Ae.
Greet Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME and  C.ENERAL STORES.
N. ■.—Farm Produce tau_lit at market rates or sold on commission.  e_LOnli'Vs
from tbe Interior promptly attended to,   ■ dwjcftlc
PRESERVING SUGARS!
W. ft G. WOLFENDEN
UAVE JUST RECEIVED A CARLOAD OF SUGARS
rl direct from the Refinery, which they are now offering on
the most reasonable terms, dwjeStc
GIRL WANTED
Fn warn hobb&work.  Apply
to MRS, GOLD,
djlyntc Royal Avenue.
ME IS1AICE
OOMPAST
OP    LONDON, ' ENGLAND.
One bf the Oldest and Beit
Companies in the World.
POLICIES ISSUED AT  THE Lowest rates, and no combination with
any other Companies..
'  ''7     JAMES OCBNIHOHAM,
djelml Aoikt.
WANTED.
TEAOHER   FOR   BOUNDARY  HAY
School; first or second class.
F, F. RAITT.
Bee. for Trustees,
Ladnor*. Landing, July », 1883.   djlyotlt
CHAS. E. TISDALL,
GUN DEALER,
CORDOVA ST.,   (Opp. C.P.K. Depot)
Vancouver, B. €,
HAVINO LEARNT GUN MAKING
With a loading Knglish maker I am
prepared lo do all kinds of Repairing nt
moderate prices,
■or Special attention to re-stocking and
re-browning,
SPLENDID STOCK OP UMUIH OUNS,
djlyllml

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