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NEW  VTESTMmSTER, R 0., WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1888.
IITTMBER 67
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.    DENTIST..
Koamis,      .      - -    ColonialHotel,
Ornc.Houu-IOtol dfeltc
ft K. C. BROWS,
.,■-   ."•   pi-NtiBT.   ■   ;.•■
noo»a-riil 0., ayer Bank of Brjtlth Ce-
•Wjlyirte-
HouBB-na.m. to eai p.' m.
pilBB.IUD A MefWU,
'  BARRISTERS,
iwL.x*iroi*s, bio.
,-    id li  S- .1   ■■•'* _4" ?-'
OIBw MlUonle'BuHdlngil.aalewWertmln.
ater, aud Vancouver, B. C.    . jylldwle
rp«, a«r*wm».' -
BABRBTBR, SOLICITOR, Ac.
OrrioBs-MuoBlo Building,
dwMOto New Westminster, B. 0.
*J>   VOBBAa B0LB,4.0.,     ;
,'     BARRIBTER-AT-LAW.
fain. Agent ' Money to Loan,
Columbia 8U,
leJte New Wettmlntter, B. 0.
pLOW * MAOLVRS,
AROHITEOTg.
OrrtOB-Room B,
Over Bank of B.C.,
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
& Hand-Saw*,
   , uteitsif   "    "" '"-
Block*, Bope &
Including Tools of all kinds of the best mikus drat
Barbed Wire for Fenciag, and ill the neceteary t
nails (or Farmingi
allilui; Pitch,
nkumi Tarred and Plain Paper for Building! Points Ai Oils
I Llamd Paints in all shades; Floor PalntH ready to uae: Grind
Wair Paper in til detimii Brooms & Brashes for all inn-pom;
of all descriptions, and a general aaaortlneut of
Pulley Blocks, Snatc
Tar & Oakiiini
In in colon; Llqtl
Stonesi Wall Papei   .
Lubricating ©11*1 Trapi
Agricultural Iup'eraeni
at Special attention given to orden by mail.
j m T. 1BAPP cSoOO.,
dwjlySto       -     -". Columbia Stubit, Nkw Witrinnn.
.,'-.''j, .'i.->' Ji  t. -r.i.-T— _:'j——; :.-...;L :..
GRANT & MflCLURE,
WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS & SHOES
COLUMBIA    STREET,
3^e*w*   **1«^r©etiraliistex,   B.   O.
dwjeBto
dau81to
Colnmbla Street.
G.
*a* GRANT,
ARCHITEOTi
OrnoB-Corner Mary and Clarkaon St..
dwftaWo
-BS-ALlaANDAIIIB * SANBOB,
ARCHITECTS,
lnnesBlock,       -       a'   - HastlngsSt.
VANCOUVER, B, 0.
ilnuaoto
w
TILLIAM R. KINO,
ABOHITKCT,
BUILDINO A LAND SURVEYOR,
SANITARY ENGINEER.
omoa-New Masonic Block,
dwapllte Westminster.
ALBBRT J. HILL,
 .'   -  ••'   M.Caw.Sou.0.E.
CIVIL ENGINEER,
LAND SURVEYORand
DRAUGHTSMAN.
Omos—New atuonlo Block,
dwmbllto   '        New Wettmlntter.
w.*
WALKER A ca„
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
""   REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
GENERAL AGENTS.
ft, Bank Building., NewWestmlnster, B.C,
1, Clare Read. HaWax, Bngiudm.,,
'■''" •' :        dwmylTto
m *  TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Street', New Westminster
A. B. WINTEMUTE
"Buffalo" Boot and Shoe Store.
TCST ARRIVED-A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
New Boots and Shoes
Which will bo told at Prices to suit every Person.
WINTEMUTE'S BLOCK,
COLUMBIA STREET,
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Civic Officers.—Mayor; Robert Dickinson; Oity. Clerk, Cupt. Robinson; Police Magistrate, T. 0. AtkliiHon: Chief
Engineer Fire Department, W. Corbett;
AfiaSlBt-int, H.Head.
Court Okkicials.—Judge of  tlie 8u-
fireme Court, Hon. J. F. McCrelj-ht: Regis*
rai, W. H. Fiildln-t; Sheriff, W.J. Armstrong.
Pkovikoiai. OfWcerh. — Government
Agent,Ciias. Warwick; Registrar.**/Titles,
R. W. Annul rmij-, Snpt. nf Provincial
Asylum, Dr. it. I. benUcy: Bursar of Asylum, Jan. Phillips; Governor of Central
Prison, Wm. Moresby: Steward Royal Co-
" - L'       *'   -   '" '     Ir ' "
 Lsent. Juo. Bnrott: I'oroi
Ferris.
*Jti  nasiWIIIU IVU*U,I \jU'
lumbiun Hospital,  Dims. Dlgby; Imml-
(-ration Agent, Jno. Bprott; Coroner, W.
Dominion Officials,—Postmaster, J. 0.
Brown; Collector of Customs, J. 8, OlUte;
Warden of Penltentituy, A. Ii. McBride;
Dominion Land Agent, II. B. W. Alkman;
Crown Timber Agent, T. H. Hlgglnson;
Inspector of FlsheplOi, Thos. Mowat.
RlPttRflRNTATivEa.—Benator, Dr. T. II.
Mclnnes; House of Commons, Donald
Chiaholm; Provincial Legislature, Capt.
W. N. Bole, Q, 0.
maiia close and arrive.
."' olosio   ,
For Can. Pac. Ry.—Dally (except Sunday
and Monday), at 12.30, and on Saturday
(for dispatch Sunday) at U2.
Frldi
ay,
lyvllle. Port Moody
-Dally (except Sun-
For Victoria, V. I., and Western U. S. Offices—Monday, 12.45; Tuesday, 8.15: Wed'
nesduy, 0.80;   Thursday, 8.16;
fl.BO: Saturday, A15.
For Vancouver, Mood;
and Burrard Inlet—:
ay) at 8.15.
For Ladner's Landing and Lnln Inland—
Monday, 12.45; Wednesday and Friday
6.90.
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre and Langley Prairie-Saturday,
For North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday, 18.30.
For Elgin and Mud Bay-Saturday, 12.46.
For Plumper's Pass—Monday, 12.45.
For Nanaimo (direct mall)—Tuesday, 19.
DT/ffl
From Can. Pac. Ky.—Dully (excopt Saturday) at RW.
From Victoria—Sunday, Tuesday aud
Thursday 10; Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11,80.
From Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlet—Dully (except Sunday) nt 10.
From Ladner's Landing und Lulu Islund
—Sunday, Tuesday und Thursday, lfl.
From Clover Valley, Hall's 1'ralrle and
Langley Prairie—Friday, 18.
From North Arm aud Sea Island—Thursday, la.
From Elgin and Mud Bu;
From ™   "
From
16.
POST OFFICE HOURS:
General Delivery from 0 to 19 (7 p. m.).
IISSrlSH.    IlikMMS.w,   n„J    Oahial....   HI.
inilj) §ritiah Columbian
Wedaetdar Even!.., ■..,. I, Ilia.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
'fish
i Elgin and Mud Bay-Saturday, 11.
i Plumper's Pass—Sunday, 16.
) Nanaimo (direct mail)-Satnrday,
Tue-niays, Thursdays and Saturdays; &to
,.      hk sort '
Money Obdkr a Savings bank.
-.Mondays, Wednesdays and
except when malls arebelnf ~
[dayi
sorted.
Daily
-79a,m, to 4 p. m., and from 6 to 7on
lugs.
—a <*. iu,   im  1   u, iu,,   1
Saturday evenings.
THOMAS ALLSOP.
HENRY   S.   MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND..
i
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, - 56 New Broad St. - LONDON, ENGLAND.
Tbe Business of ALLSOP k MASON hu been merged la tbe sbove Company
and will be carried on by the Company from this date as a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agemy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Ratei. Torn Lob aad Farming
Land! for Sale oo easy term,,
Victoria, B. C, May 161b., 1887. dwJaTto
.F.A. Hi id SB'S,
All commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention, Best references
gl»*m when required, ■ mhl2-te
RAND BROS.
Otitl. BBTATE BROKEHB, .
i O.nv.yasc.r., Ooll.ctora,   ,
'."    Jknt liaaaraae. Afenti,
OOee, at V(0TOaiAi aTprt Street,
'  NBW WEBTMINSTHt! Comer
' MeKlnill and Clarkson 81a.
■' ' VANCIOUVBR, Cordova Street.
BUItDlNO LOTS' for sale In all seetlonl
of Vaaoottver and New Wlstratnitor City.
iitm&vSF
rum,
sail at Chilllwhack, Tort HammoL
LaBlliy, Matsqui, Rumas, Mud Bay, Lad.
B.f! Landlm, Lulu Iiland, North Arm
aad Flit Blver.
tidtbe
lloar'
tbahn
'had at alio
ito
the fn«-
rofflc-t.
WILLIAMS   BROS.
land Agents & Surveyors.
HAM PRIP1RED. 8IIBTKT8 K.1DK
PI or Small Surns of Money Advanced
ittood Biouritioi, fit Reaaonable
Ies of Interest.
I
r Rites
r.r«. IBr late e'a -rater liver, abatve
BBS b.l.w .Hew We.IMl.sler.
WICIiIAMS BROS, aro In constant com-
mnleatlnn with Intendln. senior, from
.. ..n.luni and elsewhere, nud     ' °
I faiilllltes for .riectlnK sales.
■>,;.    Their charges are loi •-
li' -a**9&M. 'h« ProtrlBoe.
oFPIORH-Corner of rjninvllla and Cor
.i dnva HtreoU, and opposite 0, P. IL station,
3294- ACRES
-OF-
CHOICE   LAND!
I nai   „ _. „. ._
|, En giant and elsewhere, mid have special
taoilltles for effbctlng sales.
Their charges are lower than any othor
—It* lOthe Province.
PFICRH-Corner of QntnvHle and)
t„ uuva Htraots, and opposite 0. P. It Stat  _
[   f aneenTKr. B. U.    • dapHml
%      4>r7C/^aSL
liloit fg RRRBBV OIVEX 	
•l«» day. after date we Intend mot
i»Pl»r  ' —
Ialand.Ooait Dlitrlet,
' J^2.*,mJ""l»S.,.«Polnton ihe eaat boon-
k, dary of Lot 1?, Coaat DLtrliil, W obaln.
-...the   northeiaUrly corner of
a..:-^%*"M" ehalBi, south to
I, erly alone salil shore Hue to tf-
;eon a-. . .. ..     ....
, the
BrtltihColumWli
prjqhiinii   '
It laid lot, I
"■-•ion
' .Ion. mid thore Hue to the touiheait
*.J?ui "!• "AH*m Lam. alon-west
Iifal'J'fJ.'H!.0'.■•Id.'.*. a«ithweBt«rlyto
I "i,.*rtllwlnl wh.r. our limber lea.. *L"
[ f ^SS,*.,*ld.l*,l•• th*n"* *l0"l O"' 11.1*1
rlJttSSifaU'VWfWiiyjrtU direction
t to a point ,0 ohiln. due north of th, north-
aerrtl«tlT,Coattl)ittriot,thene,
i-1 --;ii-.*.ft Of** *? 5". ndrthealt eor-
flWr&?S",J5"f !" "hilai, snd Math »
I i.halnt to point of commanoement.
• sovai. Orrr .PLAmso Mtiu Co. (Ld.i
By ita.lr Hent,0 n. WooW
s"lSStitSS,tiS:0''
WE AfeE MW OFFERING FOR SALE
the celebrated        '
MATHERS PROPERTY
Consisting of 5294 acres excellent farming
land, situated on the Fraser River, near
Langley, about 25 miles from Westminster,
in blocks to stilt purchasers of 20 acres
and upwards, at prices varying according
to quality and location, on very easy terms
of payment.
Steamer landing and good wagon roads
adjacent to the premises and railroad station immediately across the river.
UK* For one month, from September 10,
1888, a competent man will ha on the ground
to show intending purchasers the property.
Bound trip tickets from Westminster and,
Vancouver furnished intending purchasers
free of charge.
, «w»u"lto
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder Dover varies. A marvel of
. urlty.strenfrthandwuolesomencsB. More
economical than tbe ordinary kinds, and
purity, strength and wbolesomeuoss. More
economical than tbe ordinary kinds, aud
cannot be sold In competition with (lie
multitudeof low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royai, Baking Powder Co.,108W*118t.,
Tug for Sale!
TUG BOAT 76 
ohtnery, by Eastei
OMFOUNDMA-
 „, „ _  raakem,
K-jsiw. BEWIOKB& WUIiFKSOHN,
a . Vancouver, B. C.
Cheap for Gash.
OAA ACRES OF LAND.8 MILES FROM
mvU Westminster, on a good mini; flrst-
class high land, 100 acros of tt from 4 too
feet black loam,the balance nldfir hot torn j
good house and out buildings. For further
particulars enquire at THIS OFFICE.
NewWest.,TunoSUth,lf88.       dwjoitoto
FOR SALE.
IOT IS, BLOCK XXXVI, 182 FEET ON
J Rllloe Street, ICO feet deep and 182
feet on Mclnnes Street; contains about
•2yt ordinary city lots. Barn and Stable
ou promises with accommodation for 14
horses, harness mum, Ac; good well of
water; Eiirdcn, planted with fruit trees.
ParttcniHrs on application to
dmylWc W.J. FRENCH.
Rooms fo Let
(FURNISHED)
Within Three Minutes of the
Post Office.
R'
OOMS ALL NEWLY FURNISHED,
_j slnaltarensulte, for full particulars, apply fn
MKS, E. II. KTIRSKV,
Columbia Street,
Opp. Roman (.'atliolle Church.
iljoSTto
VANCOUVER OITY
Foundry \ Machine Works
THE PROPRIETORS OP THESE
works have miinli pleasure In notifying thelVfriends anil the public thai, they
nre now prepnreal to receivo and promptly
eteeule any orders for work In (Voir line
Willi which lliey mny bo favored.
A. lHoKGLVIS,
Moolianleal Manager,
Vancouver, B.O., 8th May, Idas.
dwmylSlc
'i;.."MostiiniiH,«i' ,
Kamloops just now hai three
"live issues" gnawing at her vitals.
Tbey are all healthy and kicking,
and forestall the possibility of stagnation for noma time to como. The
great bnseliall tournament on the
17th is ono, the vexed school question another, and the incorporation
of the ambitious interior town the
third. On this last subject much
difference of opinion exists, sad-tha
citizens appear to be broken up into
various opposing clique!. In a;; remarkably judicial and well written
article on the lubjoct the Sentinel
concludes it is possible that incorporation will be blocked for the;
present.
The Vancouver Jfeva- of recent
date says: "The relative position!
of Quebec end Montreal, the fact
that although the railway runs to
the former, ocean steamships pats
up the river for 180 milei and discharge their cargo at the latter
place, shows that the itatement that
it ii always desirable or economical
to discharge and load cargo at the
nearest point to the ocean is not
correct * * * A« mon as the
river channel (of the St. Lawrence)
was made navigable for ocean vessels they passed by the older seaport
and carried their cargoei without
breaking bulk 180 miles up the
river." The Oomimbian hai always held that Westminster possessed peculiar advantages as a seaport over all other porta on the
coast, and that the only thing wanting to demonstrate thii wai that
simple justice should be done .the
Fraser River, focogaising this
same fact, that shipping would
naturally seek thii port, interested
and envioui parties have done their
utmost in the past to handicap anil
obscure this route. But a new era
has dawned, and the complete triumph of the Fraser Hirer and West-
minster city as an incomparable
waterway and port is at hand.
A "romance in real life" is the
latest thing out in Toronto the good.
It is laid to be a "really truly" affair, and fills a "long felt want" in
society gossip,   About a year ago a
preposiessmg young Englith girl arrived in Toronto, without friendi,
und sought and obtained employment in a most respectable family,
as kitjhen maid.   She did her work
faithfully' atfd'vwelf, wenj, on* hut
little, and had no follower*.'. By
her lady-like manner she' attracted
the attention of her mistress, who
however, could elieit from the girl
nothing. of -her . previous. history,
Pretty toon a good-looking young
main secured an introduction to toe
kitchen girl, called on her repeatedly,
won her affections, and wai accepted as her future husband.   He considered himtelf a most "lucky dog,"
and in hia exuberance confided to a
friend an important seoret,    The
secret was this: The girl he had
won was an English heireu to a
valuable estate and a title, and—
ihe didn't know it.   She had been
kept in ignorance of her rights by
interested parties in England, ana
had ipent several yean, at a private
school, as limply Mis, —.   When
ihe left England, however, friendi
who quietly watched over her interest*, sent a detective in the tame
vesiel to constantly keen traok of
her in the new world and report to
them,    The detective chanced to
make a confidential friend of the
"lucky dog" aforesaid, and, in the
language of the country, "put him
onto a snap," with the result that
the   "lucky  dog"  deliberately set
about winning an heiress in disguise,
and then didn't have sense enough
to "hold his tongue"   The young
man to whom he confided "hated to
see the girl fooled, you know"—perhaps he was a littlo jealous as well
—and told her of the plot.   She immediately hunted up the detective,
satisfied herself of the truth of the
story about hor fortune, then indignantly repudiated the "lucky dbg"
who had sought her for her money,
and after insisting on working out
her month, started with the doiective
for England  to Claim her rights.
The names are withheld, but it is
said that the whole thing will shortly be made public through the English courts.     The feelings of the
"lucky dog" can be better imagined
thin described.   It il laid he threat,
oned a "breach of promise" suit, but
had   lo be satisfied  with a compromise.
BY TELEGRAPH.
Scales B.so Bale,    lerlftl. Bailway
AeeMeat la time, Jttsirn,
leal I. Jail r.r I Hulk..
A .real Uarrleaue Sweeps aver t'.tia,
The It. Clair Caaal QbciiIob. lei.
lew Fever lain, imad
I. Fl.rld.
MST HNHFB DISPATCHES.
ANOTHER  HOVAL VISIT.
Vibbka, Sept. 4.—The Polificol 6W-
majonrfens assert, that the Emperor
William dotiret to vitit King Humbert,
but uyi thit Kins Humbert propoied
the viilt to the Quirinal. Th« Emperor William corretponded regularly
with the pope. It ii stated that the
Emperor William hai accepted the invitation of the King of Sweden lo the
elk stalking expedition in the Skand
Mountain in tbe autumn.
HOME IB THE MIDDLE AOES.
. Bomb, Sept. 4,-Th. pope, assisted
by Abbe Pettuto, at editor, ii writing
a hiitory of Rome in the Middle Agei.
Particulir attention will be paid to. the
period of Pope Gregory the Great.
M.O0D8 IN BOHEMIA.
Vibiwa, Sept. 4.—The floods in
Bohemia have reached proportions
which spread alarm in regiont hitherto
thought to be out of the boundi of my
acceHible inundation. In Budeweiu
15,000 persons have been rendered
homeleu and are taking refuge in the
hills.   The Danube ii riling steadily.
A PEII.IC01E  JDNIOK.
London, Sept. 4.—All the prominent members of tbe government at
pretent in London tt well at other! in
official clrclei ire miking haste to disavow the Standard', articles on President Cleveland'! action on the fisheries
question ind to repudiate the paper.
The Stamford, it ia aucrted by those
gentlemen, coated to be Ihe mouth-
fiiece of the conservative pitty when
n power teveral yean ago ind wu
lupplanted by the Post. There is now
reason to believe that the offending
editorial waa written by mme bellicose
junior editor in the Staniioi-if office
who availed himself of the opportunity
afforded him by the holiday absence of
hit ohicf to give it publioity. Tho article ai a provocative of the national
wnth againtt the United Statei hu
fallen flit excepting in the general
offering of disclaimer! by the leading
papera.
tbe msr.
Ottawa, Sept. 4.—Sergt. Roper, of
the Victoria riflei, wu Ihe only one of
tbe Britiih Columbia teim thit toured
to day in the Ouimet match, winning
IB. Hia irore wu 24 out of a poi-
Bible 35	
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
TBE NOBIE  MABCjUIB.
Sam Fbanobco, Sept, B.—Among
the pauengeri by the itr, Auitralia,
which arrived from Honolulu lut
night, wu tho Marquis of Queenibury,
who il on a trip around the world.
A DODBlrDt BirOBT.
Ottawa, Sept. B.-The ministers of
the crown refuted to tpeak of the occurrence! of tbe ubinet council. It ii,
however, learned that there wai •
fierce diicuuion on the attitude that
Canada ihould aaiume on the retaliation queition. Sir John Macdonald
I bought that ihould Cleveland issue i
proclamation it would give tha imperial
idea thirty year, growth, and would
weld together the different nationalities
in Cinidi. The Hon. John Ooitigan
conceded the three mile bsadland limit
privilege claimed by American fisher
men, ind the right to the free tran-
shipment of all catchea. He counccl-
«d that overture! be made to the
American government to that effect.
It ii uid that tha imperial government
advise.. w.itini. malti*.   nn    D.n.J.'.
FOB OOVERNOa.
Spbinoheld, Miu., Sept. 6.—The
Democratic convention to-day nominated Mayor Ruuel, of Cambridge)
for governor.
BAll TO TBI CHIEF.
HABBisitma, Pi., Sept. B. -Thdt'
mm pined through here to-d.fi
Fully 2000 people, including many
ladiel and children, attemblod at tho
depot to welcome the train. Tbe bind
played "Hail to the Chief," and Thur
man, amidit the applause of the people, stepped ou the platform of tbo
car and after bowing acknowledgments
ad rises a waiting policy on Canada'i
pirt Th. St. Clair fiat canal claim
would be enforced, if retaliation ia proclaimed. Concerning transhipment in
bond, it waa decided not to mike any
conceuiont for the purpoie of having
the embargo remove". Hoping the
proponed measure of retaliation may
bo only "bluff" or an election man-
ceu.re, no action was taken in the matter of canal tolls.
A Complete Revolution in tht atate
of a stomach harassed by Dyaniptla It
cauted by using Northrop s Lyman'a
Vegetable Discovery, or great blood purifier, • medicine specially adapted to renew healthful activity In thit organ and
In thou which moat closely co-opoMM
with It, the bowels and the liver. Easy
digestion, an inoreate oi .pp.tlt.ind
free accretion of bile, mark 'l - ~ *'
chinge which It'ptodtttvk; »
Ml'nilER and suicide.
Mariposa, Cala., Sent, 6.—During
a jealous quarrel lut night Abe Mann,
s-wcli known character at Raymond,
near here, cut his wife's throat, stabbed
her ami then blew hi, own brain, out.
hailwav accident.
Paris, Sept 5.—A disastrous rail-
way accident oeourred near Dijon today. Two expreu trains, ono coming
from Mtrcoillet ind tho other from
Turin, collided! one, train wai going
full ipeed. The can cmhed into and
uijuntcd one another, and the psuen-
gen weto wedged among the mini.
The number killed ii reported to be
12. Many were injured and few on
the train neaped injury.
TUN NBW CASES.
Jacksonville, Fla'., Sepl. 5.—There
were ton new easel of yellow foverand
three deaths Ihii morning. Tho titu-
utlon it wone than ever. Nurset are
soiree and money ii needed.
THB YBLLOW PEVEll.
Ohioaoo, Sept.B.-Dr.Giy,Palatka,
a aurgeon of one of the Florida nil-
niadi, uid to-day thit the yellow fever
would reach St, Auguitine without
doubt in a few dayi, ind in hii opinion
it would spread through the entire
south. Re had no hope of the cessation ol tb. plague until the froit cam.
in November.
SCOTTISH HOm KVLB.
Nbw Yobk, Sept. B.-Thomu Mo-
Naugh, uoretary of the Scottiih home
rule association, arrived to-day to
aolicit fundi for the cause. He will
mike a toar of the United Statei and
Canada, going flnt to Salt Lake and
SinFnnciieh.
left again.
BAILED   WITH CHINESE.
Sab Francisco, Sept. 5.—The Canadian PaciBe ttetmu Albany tailed
for the Orient thi. morning with a
hundred OhineM, many of whom hav.
return cirtifioatM. ■   :.,
mtsbeb and arson.
Sacramento, I Sept. 5.—Th. inque. t
held in tbe cue of th.man.Trp., who
wu burned to death in a bam Ire on
Sunday niglit, hu molted in the discovery thit True wai batten and kicked, in a saloon bnwl with Torn Kerwin
ind a man named Fisher, and then
placed in tho barn which wai let on
tire by them. Thiy have bean arrested
charged with murder and anon.
ILL-FATED CUBA.
Key West, Fli., Sept. 6.—A hurricane piued to the WMtwud of thi.
dice lut night. No damage hu yet
wen reported in thii vicinity. It wu
probably much atronger in Cuba. B»-
porti from Havana state that houses
were unroofed and treei blown down,
end tho itorm ii still nging.
WHO IS SENATOR SCOTT ?
Ottawa, Sept 6.—Senator 0. Scott,
late secretary of atate, uyi the claim
of the Dominion government to joint!
ownerthip in the St. Clair flat, canal,
rendering retaliation there impouible '
is abiurd. Even if Canadian territory
there it encroached on, it wai with
tacit content, and, in ligning the
Wuhington treity of 1871 th. Dominion lubilantially conceded to the
United Statei the right to control the
canal. ,vja.■■>■■■ ■■
THB   REFIIOEB CAMP. ... I
New Yobk, Sept. 6.— A special despatch from Jickionville, Fla., am 90 '
per cent, of the tenti it Cimp Perry; -
the refuge camp, are leaky u it 111.
been raining heavily for three days.
Every one here lut, night wu about.
M mitenblo u possible.   The food is
fair but the cooking is wretched  and
the dining accomodation! are not mi-'
ficient   Certain regulation! at to  allowing Isliei to b» aerveta tint have at
lut been made.   At flnt there wu  a
regular ruth and tcnrable u between
.packof wolvu.  Thmti i. a vary,,
large crowd of low negrou in the camp
and loud complaint! are made of their '
being allowed to ait it the nme table
u the whites.
BROKE OUT AFRESH.
WA8HIXOTON, Sept 6. —The lurgeon-
general received a' diipatch from
Tamp., *fki.i toudsy,- *a>ibg ' yellow
fever broke out there ind woven ease. '
are reported in th. lut f.w dayi. It
ii of a mild type ud no death, are re*,
ported.
JUDOB TSHY » JAIL.
San Francisco, Sept 6.-The state-,
ment comet from an authoritative
tource thii morning that th. U.S.
grind jury will indict Judge Terry for
hii aiuult upon U. S. Manhal Fnnki
in the circuit court on Monday. Justice Field uid to-day that th.lsr.ata
againit his Ufa by Judge Terry, who
ii now receiving 6 monthi in Alameda
county jail for hia conduct donotiu-
timidate him in thi leut. Justice
Field intimated that Terry would probably luffer a longer incarcention.
texitla bland.
lansaasllHiMlH «f Capper, silver
ud 1ns Ore.
Mean. Wm, Tree, George Tippet,
Alox, Ea.son ind Richird Proun returned to Nanaimo on Thursday from
Texida Iiland, where they hive been
engaged in projecting on MgMof
tilver, copper ind iron ore, which they
hid previously ditcovered. Thoy
worked into the ledge, and brought
with thein (event bag! full of rich and
beautiful specimens of lilrer, copper
iron ore. The ledgei are aituatod on
tho Nanaimo tide of Texada bland,
about 25 miles dittant from thil oity
•nd a mile north of the Tends iron
mine, now being worked by the Iron-
dale Smelting Work, Co,, of Puget
Sound. Several different ledge, were
ditcovered and prospected for a dii-
tance of over a mile, with evory indication of extending for milei further,
in fact the dilcovereri ire of tbe opinion thit the upper end of the iilind il ■
a mass of minerals. Tho ledgei will
pay from the turfiee, and they are but
a few yards from deep water, where
large veuela can lay and take' in car- '
goeiof oro at tho lowett pouible ex-
penie.
Local expert! pronounce th. sample!
rich, ono large pioce being almott pure
copper.   The ducoveren are naturally
i'ubilant over the tueceu of   their
ibora.
Texada Island is the largeit of th.
island! lituated in the Gulf of Georgia,
and for yean bu been looked updn aa
being rich in minerals, Nearly 20
yean ago there wu coniidenble excitement in regard to mineral! on Texida Island, but the excitement and
prcspsoting wu confined to th. mainland aido of Texada md the adjacent
islands.
The dhwovewn will return to Texida early next week ud spend tha
winter in linking the ledges.—Free
Press.
Childrm Cryfor nt^ertCtofti^', i sumiei"* JttmtninrjQ
fad*) gritigh (Eolnmbian
\»edaeiday Eve-M**,. xpu a, isii.^
A perusal dPthfi report^ published
in. this ^am on 'SatuAay last, $
the conference between the Board of
Trade and Mi. Wm. Smith, deputy
minister of marine, will show that,
in addition" to tho valuable work
done by1tlie ^Wittl tiud the gentlemen aawoiated with them in putting
the whole question of the navigation of the Fra'ser'iii the clearest
possible light boforethodeputy minuter, the three following definite requests were preferred by the board:
(1) A chart showing the position
and actual, depth of water on the
sandheads, issued under official au
thority, so that it would be accepted
as reliable by shipper! and underwriters; (2) the appointment of
some person resident on the river
whose duty it would bo to see that
the buoys wqro kept in proper position and that all reasonable aids
should be given to river navigation;
(3) that the snag-boat be plated with
iron and employed to break up the
ice and keep anopen channel during
the few ddys' when • the navigation
was liable to obstructioar'froin that
cause. Headers of ThbOoujmbian
will recognise at once that the Board
of Trade, in making' theie requests
through • the deputy minister to the
Dominion authorities, are asking
only what is reasonable, what is
neceuary, what in fact has been so
long and unwarrantably withheld as
to imply not' only a.dereliction of
duty on the part of the Dominion
government, but to militate seriously
against the various and important
interests involved in the navigation
of the Fraser. Similar requests have
been preferretl before by the Board
of Trade, whioh deserves credit for
ita patience and perseverance in
this and other matters affecting the
interests of the city and district.
TWb paper has early and often advocated the cause of the neglected
and slighted Froier River and urged
its claims upon the proper authorities; and we again take great pleasure in supporting the recent action
of the Board of Trade on this important rtatljer: Tho overwhelmingly strong case made out by the
board for the issuing by the tlomin-
ion government of a proper chart
must have convinced the deputy
minister beyond a doubt of the injustice, the positive absurdity of refuting any longer to issue a new
chart for the river on the ground
that the old admiralty chart issued
mora than a quarter of a century
ago waa 'good enough', when it was
shown Toy thebdarl that the channel laid down in the said admiralty
A.,1 i. tW present iliauaeil ono
which is being filled up with mattresses and rocks and which will be
completely obliterated - by the improvements being made this year.
Every one conversant with the circumstances and acquainted with the
history—which is one of (rial, tribulation, misrepresentation and injustice—of the "Navigation of the Fraser," will recognize the necessity for
the appointment of "some person
resident on the river" to superintend
improvement! and to "see that the
buoys are kept in proper position
and that all reasonable aids' should
be given to river navigation." It is
a riotdrioui1 fact,1 d'eiHy leitfned by
experience, that the'"Fraser'. River
cannot hope to receive anything like
fair treatment so long as a. resident
of Victoria, -/hose interests sire in
that city, and who must' be influenced more or less by insular sentiment, has any voice in'her destiny—
in other words, has ah 'Opportunity
to work her harm.' Besides, it would
be much more convenient and also
cheaper, to say nothing of common
sense, to have'the officer iu charge
of the navigation improvements and
maintenance on tiiiVriveV resident in
thil city instead of 70 or 80 miles
away at the extreme corner of the
province. Circumstances often arise
calling for immediate action in matters pertaining to navigation, such
aa the replacing of a buoy,' for instance, and instead of living at the
mercyof the untold yards of red tape
arid the unfathomable reluctance of
Viotoria officials; when such' work
has to be done; we should have a
competent, ready und willing person
right at hand, whose duty would not
be continually "kicking the beam"
with his interests. The request that
tha mag-boat he plated with iron,
so that it can bo used in breaking
up the float icn which for a week or
two in some seasons partially ob-
itruoti the river, is one that has
been made before. The Columbian,
also, hai frequently shown the de-
lirability and necessity for some
auch device being employed for the
purpose mentioned. Thoso who are
competent to decide have concluded
that by thii means the river could
bs kept perfectly open for navigation during the short period in some
seasons when float ice partially ob-
itructs the channel. We trust that
these recommendations of the Board
of Trade may rte'eive the immediate
and tffecivii attention of the bomin-
iorrgoTiaTiment. ... -
. f?tfl.rrM*Mt, .paWp! Buffer
»g.i««y *W partaking ol a
iner.   Tlie food partaken of la
lolllid upon the abroach, aud
tjfHOonimg a healthy nutriment
io. a poison to the system.   Dr.
tV Vegltable Plhi are wonderful,
tfof mob, frooblcs.   They cor-
dityj'ObeB'' the seorotious and
oonvert th. food partaken of Into healthy
nutriment,   They are juit thi medicine
totals Jl ts-abbd with Indigestion or
Dr. Wild's millenium to be
"brought about by present agencies"
would: appear to bo located some
otttanee further iat Ih" futurjf than
ifihas'Eecn '■ plaofgl' by the jjjtoi'th y
Dr., when we read accounts *rUcli as
appear in our dispatches from time
to time of the wild and wicked
freaks of mon and women the world
over. Such a scene as was witnessed in the circuit court at Sun
Francisco, in the notorious Sharon
case, on the 3rd inst., is not very
promising for the apeedy inauguration of peace and good will amongst
men—and women. It looks more
as though the "old serpent" had
lately got more rope, instead of being bound. The evictions on Lord
Olanricarde'i estates, in Ireland,
that were resumed on the '■''»' of
the month, and resulted in such desperate hand-to-handflglitl ng between
the police and the inmates of the
squalid tenements, furnish still
more evidence that the mother country, with all its boasted light and
liberty, is overrun with cruelty and
oppression. These two instanoos;
taken from our telegraph dispatches
of the day before yesterday, do not
give much promise of the near aP*
proach of that time, by "present
agencies," when tbe "lamb shall lie
down with the lion." ■ ■ '
In the council praceedingB published yesterday the following' paragraph, relating' to the proposed
athletic park for this city, occurred:
"His worship reported that he had
been approached by several gentlemen regarding a suitable' athletic
park. The park was very necessary,
and he hoped the council would see
fit to appropriate $1,000 towards it.
The citizens would contribute hiioth-
er §1,000. The matter would bo
laid before tho council next Monday
night, and lie trusted prompt action
would be taken." For the park in
question, it is proposed, we believe,
to reclaim about ten acres of the
large tract of ground recently conveyed to the eity by the government
for this purpose. The site to be selected is level and eminently fitted
for an athletic park and pleasure
grounds. As stated some days ago,
a private subscription list hus been
started, and a considerable sum has
already been subscribed toward this
laudable undertaking, The full
complement of $1,000 will be made
up by this means, and we ore lure
the council next Monday night will
pass an appropriation for the additional 91,000 required. It is not
necessary to repeat, what we have
before urged, viz., that a city of any
pretensions cannot afford to be
without such apparent luxuries as
..thactao parlts andePbwwre grounds:
Tlie mayor and aldermen, as well as
our citizens, are progressive-spirited
enough to recognize that we have
arrived at a stage where we mult
have these things, rind there can be
ho doubt as to what action the council will take on this matter next
Monday night.
Joseph Rnsarr, Percy, Writes: "I • wu
Induced to try Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil
for a lameness which .troubled mo for
three or four years, and found.it the
best article I ever tried. It has been a
great blessing to hie.",' Beware of similarly named articles; they aro imitations
of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'iCastoria
35TOT±C!DB..
VTOTICE IS. HEREBY GIVEN THAT
JA wo have applied to Iho Minister of
the Interior tor n license to cut timber on
the following lands In the District of New
Westminster, namely:.
Tho East half ot Section number Five
I'll.Township number Threo i:l), Range 28
West.
The West half of Section number Four
HI, Township number Three (3), Range 28
West,
Dominion surveys.   ,
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dnoSOadllb TORONTOi ONT.
MAIL CONTRACT.
SPALED TENDERS, ADDRERBKD TO
.to the Postmaster-General, will be re*
oelved at Ottawa until noon on FRiDAY
the 181k fteptfinber ant, for the conveyance of Her Majesty's Malls, on. a proposed contract for four years, twice per week
each way, between .     > i
NANAIMO AND VICTORIA,
from 1st November next •        >
Tbe conveyance to be made tn a steam*
er of not less than 60 tons registered tonnage, as follows: Oh one trip per week tbe
steamer to call both wavs nt the Intermediate ports on the Inside or Ratolllto
Channel, and on one trip per week at certain plates on the outside or TrlncomollB
Channel, as more fully described in the
printed notices containing further Information ns to conditions of proposed contract, which may be seen at this office, or
at the Post Offices nt Nanaimo, Chemnt-
nus,HaltflpringIsland, New Westminster,
Vancouver and Victoria, where blank
forms of' tender may nlso bo ohtalnod,
B. H. FtBtOHBh,
P.O. Inspector.
Pout Oflloo Inspector's Office,
Viotoria, EC,, 21st Auguit, 1888.
duolt.'l
Your Children
Ato constantly exposed to danger from
Odds, "Whooping Cough, Qycup, and
dtieasea peculiar to tho throat and
logs.: For .such ailments, Ayor'a
Cierry l-ectoral, promptly administered* affords speedy relief and euro.
As a remedy for Whooping Cough,
with which many of our children wera
afflicted, wo used, during tlio past win-
ter, with much satisfaction, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. For this, affection, we
consider thia preparation the most efficacious of all tho medicines which have
come to our knowlodge.—Mary Park-
hurst, : Preceptress, Home for Little
Wanderers, Doucastor, Md.
My children have been peculiarly subject to attacks of Croup, and I foiled to
tind any. effective remedy, until I commenced administering Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. This preparation telievcs tho
difficulty of breathing and invariably
cures the complaint,—David G. Storks,
Chatham, Columbia Co., N. Y.
I have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
in my family for many years, and
havo found it especially valuable in
Whooping Cough. This medicine allays
all irritation, prevents inflammation from
extending to the lungO, and quickly subdues anv tendency to Lung Complaint,
-J. B. Wellington, Plainville, Mioh.
I And no medicine so effective, for
Croup and Whooping Congh, as Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. It saved the Ufa of my
little boy, only six mouths old, carrying
liira safely through tho worst case of
Whooping Cough I ever saw.—Jane
Malone, Rney Flats, Tenn. tt
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
l'repftrod by Dr. J. O. Aver ft Co., Lowell, Maes.
goldbysllDruggiila. Price $1; ■lxboUlt«,tt.
Excellent Fail Property
FOR  BAJCS,
TJEING 1W ACRES OF N.E.W OF SEC.
D 20, Township 12, New Westminster
District. ' ~ .'     .
The soil Is alluvial deposit on a substratum of elay and la very rleh. A new
Barn Is on the property. Ten acres are
under cultivation, 15 acres partially
cleared, the balance (75 acres) Is covered
With vine maple nnd alder and Is easily
Cleared.' The Llllooct river pawos along
Its northorn boundary. Distance from
port Haney railway stAt(on, 1) miles; distance-from school lious(%3-a-nillc.
This valuable property will be sold at a
""""""• ^S^rrrzPATiucK,
Port Haney P. O.
On the Premises,
dwjly24ml%
New Westminster Southern Ry
Northern Terminus.
messrs. w. j. walker a comp'y
. have lots for sale In Iho city from
250' u n wit rd s
Also, Immediately adjoining tho City
limits from $-&S upwards; mid a few remaining lots 'ut Sappertnn at 8100 on very
easy terms. ...
: Also, Farming Land In Surrey Muntcl-
palitv, near the International boundary,
and along the -line uf railway; nnd Aero
Lots aUlrownsville in m-st-class situations
at profitable rates.
Intending Investors aro invited lo cull
immediately, before prices are advanced.
The' advertisers oflbr their services on
agen£ toi,\hl HWpHASERSoj property,
and as such will give tile fullest Information and ndvlco to their best ability, to
strangers nnd others, respecting any proposed investment in land, whether In
their own hands for sale, or otherwise.
8 Bank Buildings, City. dw7aute
W. E. FALES,
PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER.
Embalming a Specialty.
Dealer In Wooden and Metallc Burial Caskets, Funeral* cond-toted,
A full line of,Coffln Trtmmlngn alwuys on
hnnd.'sa-imTeli'atftldlBtftnc(. Hupplledal
shortest, .notice. Satisfaction gunrun-
teed In every particular.
dtfocltc COLUMBIA ST. NEW WEST.
HISTOCENETIC SYSTEM
The Entire Revolution of
9le4icine.
T\R. JORDAN'S IttftTOGF.KETlC SYS-
1/ lem of Medicines cures Paralysis,
Blindness, Deafness, Rheumatism, Asthma, Neuralgia, Bronchitis. Catarrh, Ery
sipplas, Bright's Disease, Heart Dlttease,
Dropsy, and nil chronic compl.ilntu, Fe<
vers.Small Pot, Piles, Dyspepfil'i, Measles,
Dlptherla, (,'nncer. Consumption, Epilepsy, Ulceration of Borte, Whooping Cough,
Oholera Infantum, Croup, Prolapsus Uteri,
and all female complninUt. The system
is simple. The medicine rebuilds Ihe diseased cells and' tissues of the body with
tlie same proximate principles, and fer-
ments.Orgaiilo Bodies and so on which are
normally prepared in tho body by the
glands. ' For sale by
dSauto M.DESBUISAY.
U.LANG WITH
Real Estate,
Insurance and Comiission
.G-BKTTC.
llMCaiNBESTllll'iWItS
PROMT ATTENTION U1VEN TO AM,
COMMISSIONS.
MINING STOCK BpDOHT AND SOU)
ON COMMISSION.
OjTjTIOBI: McKanilc SI,, war laalmn.
Ilia It., Westminster. ,   ilwiui'Alml
TO SAW|llilEN7
The Wm. Hamilton Mfg Co, Ld.
Peterborough, Out.
Manufacturers of
Gaud, Cinuui Aim Heavy Band Saw Mill;,
For the convenience of their BrlllBh Columbia friends, have appointed
Messrs. F. G. Strickland & Co.
. MIUW'ICHn AND IKOHAWCAl ENGINEERS.
trHTMIHMaV.1,
Their Sole Agents for thii Province,
Wo are now building atpsolal lino of
Mtchlnory for this country, equal to anything built nn the Amorlcan contln.nl.
rieior. making any changes you will do
well lo oomspond with our agent.. .
Str. "Gladys,"
UNTIL  FURTHER NOTICE, 'WitL
loave for OblUlwliack a''.tW.Jy'fes
on TUESDAYS; THURSDAYS und SATURDAYS, nt 7 a. m„ reluming onlUieiil-
lowing aluyia.  For nil (nrlliei Information
apply on board, or to    „..„.-_   ..
W. M. TOWNSEND,
iliiij-Mc On tho Wharf.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
* FARM CONTAINING BSD ACRES
A Prairie Land, 5 miles from port
Moody, tt miles from Westminster; communication hy water, rail or wagon-road.
Gah be purchased with or without stock.
Termn oasy.—Apply io
A. MdLKAN,
Pitt Meadows;
or to SHANNON 4 HALL
dwaulHtc Vancouver.
■PECCEl-N-IX:
ooapaunr
OF    LONDON,   ENGLAND.
One of the Oldest and Best
Companies in the World.
POLICIES ISSUED AT   THE Lowest rates, and no combination with
any other Companies.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
d'e8in3 Agent.
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARI" STREET • VICTOHU
North British and Mercantile
lnsnratKi! Oo. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
86 Finthury ClrcuB,
London, K. C.
PORT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornumciilal Trees,
Smnl! Frultg,
Ami QAHDEN STOCK ou hand In great
viul ety.
Everything drst-cluss nnd furnished in
good shape,
tt-ft. Send 15 cts. for. valuable SOpai-e Descriptive I'utiUotiue with!0 beautiful eol-
oreu plates,  Price Lists sent free,
aim HENRY,
dwdeltltc PortHammond, B. C.
City Laundry
JOE   QUI.
HAVING LEAHEI) AND FITTED VT
aHhonon DuIIm ftireet. nearly opposite Mrl Wlsi-'s Stable, Is now prepared
to undertake the work of a
<R«ncral LMmlry.
Competent men employed, and work
f-iiiti-jmiced. Hrwlng vmrued a Wagon
or delivery, clothes .wllt^w. delivered
promptly In any part of tho city. Flrst-
class references given If reftulreit. A trial
order solicited. Prices wilt bo found as
low ns in any iliKt-claMa establishment.
Families taken at. special rules.
W-Oi'ilers nay ho lt>ft at Mr. Dickinson's
Butcher Shop, Columbia St. dJuJSto
AUCT10IVJMLK
 OF	
Real Estate!
By order of the Mortg.gce.
I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION
at thecaloalil Hold, Now Westmln
Bter, the followlna piireels of land, via:
■.Ota 3, 4, ., 10, 19. IS. b.lnf Sub.
dlvltlora. of Lot t. BlockX. Saw
Wc.tralntt.r Oity.
Th. H. my, of I.e. SO, Towsaslp 8,
•alio a. w. y, or s.c. so, Town.hip .,
N.w Wotmlniur Dl.lrlct.
Lot ll, Blkjs., R. , We.l, fronting
on Frasor Hlver. nlmul a mile nud li
half aliovs Hiilah's cannery 182 acres;
subject to a mortgage of «JHfl, due In
December nest.
Bale will take placo at 8o'clock M.silay
Evening, Hrplrmliir loin, ihm.
T. J. TRAFPi
Allclloneer.
XXI-VtT
Stationery SSsFancyQood;
STORE.
11ISS   PEKIILES
INTENDS TO Ol'EN ON TirEOrHflBP-
1.   TKMHKlt, In Hi.' new
Itll'l'N'S HOTEL B11LMJI0.
recently eiwied hy Mr. Duncan, a General Stationery and Katicy Goods Store,
Being lh<iroiij;hly experienced in tho
trade, and Imvlng made arrangements to
f-otreKtilnrh'tippllesdlrct-t from the Engird) and foreign markets, she hopes to re*
celvcthcmipiiort of the cltlxens of Now
Westminster and surrounding districts.
A lurgo variety of CHRISTMAS CARDS
and CHOICK FANCY GOODS and KINK
AHT PUBLICATIONS ure now on tlio
way nnd will ho received in time for the
Christmas trade.
The Goods will be marked at tho lowest
prloes FOIt CASH ONLY. dwsolml
MlMcRAE,
Merchant Tailor,
WISHES TO INFORM THE  PEOPLE
OF NEW WESTMINSTER THAT HE
IS PREPARED TO EXECUTE
ALL ORDERS FOR
TAILORING
A FULL LINE OF
English, Scotch Mid Irish
Tweeds and  Fancy
Trousering*.
sooullarTold stand
Colombia Si,,  .  Nl* WniaiKRn.
dwmntnto
WANTED
—    jT B!
DULY-CEKTIFICATEDjptOINiiER
^W<h«lth"lP.ti7|ljlleop' ApKon
ITOTIOB.
Court of Ksw WeEtmintter
, HOLDEN AT »*W WESTMIHfiTBB
THB SITTING OF THE ABOY-
Conrt he* Sean postponed from Wtd-
nesday.SeDtetebdr.Bth, until Vf^netOit,
Oct.snl; of which a)| plahitlrfi, deJTemi;
ants, witnesses- nod jurors will take notice and govern tlwm selves accordingly.
:.  W. H.*AtDINt3,
Regisirar.
Dated August37th, 1888. dau87tlMlO
CHA^ E. TPALL,
CUN DEALER,
C0KD0VA ST.,    (Opp, ci.B. Dip'oi)
Vancouver, B. C.
HAVING LEARNT ODN MAKING
With a leadIn?Enlllsh maker I am
prepared to do all lliiasotRcpulrlnunt
moilcrale prices. . :  :■
aar Special nltenlton-ton-stoelElncand
re-ljrownlng.	
SPLENDID STOOK or ENQLWH QUN8.1
ajlylllnl
MAJOR 1PEABSON
Real Estate Brokers and
Financial Ageitt.
AaENWFOft'^
Confvdiration Life Association or'
Toronto.
Hoyal and Ln.neiisl.lrc Tire Intttr-
aiice Coinptxnles.
i na-Vnlliable" Lot«' for skiff U*i 'tho City1
and District of Westminster; and choice
Lots lu the City of Vancouver.'
Porsons wishing to hjiy or sell city or
rural property should comiuunicate with
us. " . -   j: ';
Offlces: Bank of B.C. building,opposite
post offlce, Westminster, ant Hastings St*,
Vancouver/     "***   ' ! dwapieto
JCSTIMIVEB
Per C. P. :R.
THE LAUGEST AND BEST ASSORT
ED STOCK OF
t,
English, French, Scotch,
and Irish
sulfides
J5vcr Shon-n InNos Westmliislcr.
"iVi'slolEiifjliuul Broadcloths
and Doeskins and Fancy
Trousering.
J. S. MANSON,
CiUmhlaBL.Opp. HcKeirile Bta,
NEW WESTMINSTER, HC,
,     ' dnpimo
C. E, WOODS
UNO <!ilaviT0i.
A. C. GAMBLE.
NdTMT Pumo,
Woods, Tur&er & SamUe
LAND SURVEYORS,
Real Estate, I&snnnco, Finanoial Agenta
AND C0riVI*yANC«lt8l.   ~"
A94iri. vaiM'
flhU—The Wsileraof ToroiHo,Tlio Ml-
no, The City ol London, und The Hartford.
lirn-Tho New York Life Insurance Co,
AOCIDENT-The Traveller'nfHartfor*
Land Sarv.ylsg In .11 111 hrsnohet accurately and promptly carried out.
City and «uturt.al..ii|. *•*••■..
S'c run .how a comiletaflMt of desirable
.ocalltfes. ■/ £    I   JL ■   ■'
Farming Land., Improved and llnlm*
prove i, throushout the dlslrlct.
Mining and other Mock bought and
sold.
Money te Loan on tint mortiageat
low rate..
TstlrSOHS OAlt. NO. 83.
P.O.DSAivBavr.
WOODS, TDBNKK * fJAHBLK,
Ornoi, tuaio'i luo*,  •  Coluiuu tiuir
NEW WESTMINSTER.
FO&SlAI-fi.
House tt Lot
CORNER BLACKWOOD AND CARNARVON STREETS.
One of the Finest Locations in the City.
-*>xtxo*a, saBOO.
A- j\y*Jk.j\HJS,X
OF THRIVE HUNDRED AND TWEN-:
,     .        TY ACRES.
Hotiso, Burnt 40 acres fenced snd under
, '  i    cultivation. .
-nuoii, M,ooa
11000 Cash i Balance on long time,
A. FAH.
OF TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY
ACRES.
100 acres good Prairie; Balance cully
cleared.   Hood Barn in* other Im-
' I.ajjrUnsMs.' ■   mo
xnttxaxi.mmmato.' ■
'   '"' pwtdowlii DalaM. On time,
Alto-a number of WntfOII*. BOf*
Sea, Hletehi, Hf»rti*t*«tM«,
orses, *c.
CALL ON OR ADDRESS
NENtCltSSNVM^
djclltc CHILUWHAOK.v
WANTED.
1ITITATION WITH A LUMBER FIRM
)  by a practical, experienced and capable young man.   Particular* and refer*.?
encesby mull,  Address    j
B S P i SMYTH ■
daullml   St. Fulgence.Hagiieiiay.'p. % ';
House foreSale.
UTRS. EMMA GOLD OFFERS HER
U beanttrnl TMlttcnce, Bttuated on
;oyal Avenue, opposite Capt. lrvlug's—
the "Nob Hill" of Westminster—on reasonable terms.—Apply direct to
..daunto..     ... .,..]«38. JBUCA.OQLj^
Dr-jesitMakingl
i^OiiliafMbDOirOALL
"COLUMBIA   STREET,
Hrw Westmin.ter, B.C.
lar Satisfaction guaranteed.      daplilo
W.C. LOYE,
\tt\wk Soot and Shoe Ibker,
■■•^r,■,vv;.rftpDxY*l?*^,•
-MPOrden promptly ■ItatiAtdto. - •»
Clarkson Bt,, In rear ot Colonial Hotel, next to Rind BroB.' offlce. dnoltc .'
1 it mss *mm«a%\
(lai^S p^#ttpi,A3,») ^
.Corner of Church aud Columbia streets,
.  ... NEW, WESTMlSSTfcR
-s-nSallslaotlon guaranteed,    dwfc7tc
Aoukts: T.N. H1BBEN& CO., Victoria.
"  dwoc8yl ■
NOTICE.
■DARTIES 1NBURED IN THE ABOVE
XT C Company, whose Premiums are pay-
aplft at Bastehi points, can have the place
of; payment lliarenf changed to this oity,
free of charge, by applying'to the undersigned. .
■MTUIkIih taken In I his lending Caua*
dlaii Company nt most favorable rates.
HENRY V. EUM0NDS,    |
dje28tc AOBST.
Brick MaMfactiiTBrs,
PUILDERS AND
BRICK-YARDS! Purl llnnry.
OFFICES! Corner t'olunibl, aad Mary
lis.. Xew Weslnil.slcr. '   dwmlilOtc
ff'»
•jstotio-js.
OTICE IS   HEREBY GIVKN THAT
we havo applied to tho Minister of
 nLm'ior for a itct'iisu t» cut timber on
tho fdllowliif* lands iu the District of New
Westminster, namely:
I All that piece or parcel of land lying
Immediately south of Lot number Four
hundred and forty-seven. Group Two, as
shewn on tlm plan of Township number
Thre'f, Uaune2S\Ve(it,of tho sixth Merl-
'cln.it Dlstrlclof New Wusi ml nut cr, described as fol ows:—Commencing nttlu-houth-
cast corner of suid Lot M7; thence south
40 chains, thence west to Cbeiim hike.
thence following 'tht* ennt ehore-of said
lake and the outlet thereof to the west
boundary of Lot 117; thence south lo the
southwest corner of mild Lot 417, thence
eayt to place of uomiuuncement—Dominion surwys.
Dated tbft 10th day of August, A.D. 1888.
KNIOHT BROS.
By their Agents,
daulOml Commm.n A Mi'Coi.l.
IVortlf HriUdi and
Mercantile «
FIEE
MORANCE
A        qpMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
AutuorlMd Capital, • i%OM,000
Subscrlbed " • 11,500,000
Paid up, •      095,000
Fir. Find * Bttervei, as   -
at Slit Dee,, 1887,       -     1,188,111
B«tenu'» fire Brmeh,    1,118^141
JgTRates as Low as any other
reliableCompany doing business in British Columbia.   ,
J.8. JAQUES,
Agent for New Westminster City anil
District. lljc22to
SIAWB MB FbBABVBK IBI0BT.
STEAM, 8AIL s ROW BOATS ON BAND
^%lS!Si$liin^e^VenT«!f,',
LADI1S   PEPAltTMErtT  SBFABATK.
Ttrmfl 11,90 toa.3.00 ft day.
' Onj*»Mlh»Tia!«*lftart»l*l*tlod(«fP.'
R. Reduced R. Raa««ifjilio^ nikr'
Excursion rate, good fir » days from
Wsslmlislcr to Agasslt Station and re-
'—-  *F   -.^-.--: — _.ntc, good
.Comfort-
lck,U can
A BARGAIN.
1.10R SALE-ISO ACRES GOOD LAND,
r situated on a trunk road, aboat3 miles
from Brownsville. Fortlon of land rich
bottom: balance llgaUy tlmbei
of imall house on premises;
Sraveinenti, edch aa clearing,
c...;Furtlilr partlc?	
attHlsofflee.   _,
OITI ZENS
For Every Mile of thai N.. W. S..
I have 2 WIRE MATTRESSES, which  .
will he sold cheap for
CASH!
trLadle,-Don't  buy  your BABY
BUGGIES till my ord« ttrteei, loa ihort ,'
time, .1
P. PEEBLES,
dauvtc CoLnuniA St.
iTOTIO'13.
IN   ■■' days after date, we Idttnd iSakii*,'
Ipplication to the Honourable the Minis-
■rof the Interior of Canada for a lease,
for timbering purposes, on the following
described tracts of land Bttuated la tba :
District of New Westminster, Province of
British Columbia, vizi—Commencing at a
pout marked J. G. R. and J. McL. 120
chains, about northwest from the outlet
of Llllooet Lake or adjoining the Brunette
Sawmill Company's application; thence
west £10 chains, more oi I*Sss, to a pott ,
marked J. G. E. and J, MoL., S.W.; thence .-
north 80 chains to a post marked J. G. R,
and J. McL., N, E.; thence west 240 chains,
moro or less, to a post marked J.G.R, t
and J. MoL., N. W.; thence south 100
chains, mf re or less, to a post marked J.
G. It. and J, McL., S. E.; thence cast 40
chains, more or less, to a post marked J,
G. R, and J. MoL., S. E.; tnence south W
chains, moro or less, to a post marked J.
G. R. and J, McL., H.W.; thenee cost« -
chains, more or less, to a post marked-J,
G. R. aud J. McL., S, E.j thence south 240
chains, more or less, to a poBt marked J,
G.R. and J. MoL., S. W.; thence east 400
chains, more or less, to a poit marked J.
G. R. and J. McL., S. jC.j thenee nortli 80
chains, more or less, to a post marked J.
G.R, and J. McL,,.». W.; thence.eastl(i
chains, more or less, to a post marked J,
G, R. and J. McL.,S. E.; thenee north 130
chains, mora or leu, to a post marked J.
O, R. and J. McL, near Brunette Sawmill
Co.'s application: thenee along said ap*>>
plication to the place of commencement.
Also Section 34, the west half of Section
36, and the east half of Section 27, all In
Township Twelve (12), Dlstrlot of New
"Westminster, Province of British Columbia, * ■ .i Hi ':.*■• «jr>i
, JAMES G. ROBS, ■ '
' JAMES MCLAREN.
n   T     By their Agent,
O. D. Hand.
New West., B. C, 28th Aug., 1888. dauSIm
1888.
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9 A 41 FaisTntw^lf^llnror SlllMPAllTY.
I decided to give
Ki ffetetohlned {ast ar
would make It's success.
"A long and happy day on the water,"
■aid he, talking It over wltUcousln Maud,
"that's the idea. You bring your mother
.nd aik any of your friends, and we'll
lee if we can'.t hare a littlo spree."
Cousin Maad (thought it a vory nice
Idea. She im never saileibimich.i She
wondered; ijt.o.,\Vould.f» a good aallor,
and waa quite confident that she'Would',
because ihe was not 111 nt all when she
went down to Old Point on tho Bteamer.
Mr. Tompkins was also quite confident,
for, In fact, Mr. Tompkins was very
sweet on Maud, and didn't like, even In
fancy, to ate th. beloved object acasick. '
So afaudaaid .b.wonld ask aomo of
thegtrla—Mrs. Jones nnd Birdie Tomtltt,
and of courso dear Miss Ruiimler, nnd
they would huvo the best time that wit
eve, known—go out beyond the NaveBlnk
tight, right into the roal ocean. It would
he perfectly aplendidl
With- lightlies! of heart thiy part*!
Mr,Te>rspklhi, after hunting -about th.
maritime parti of the city'mid feeling
very much ot a sad sea dog, hired the
moit lovely small sloop, called the Viking, with a cabin amlft coekplt, a Bklppcr
andaboy.      i,'.t<US"i
From a distance It looked like a real
yacht. It was only when you got on
board) that; you found tho cabin too small
to stand up In, and that tho Keats in the
cockpit were bo narrow you slid oft them
whin th. Viking heeled.
Mr. TomptiMlta. » his. flannel luit
with bnus butttWand a [jMjjeil cap,
tha ladle, we., Tarn OfBhanter., of
Urge, flapping tennis hats tied down sav-
agatysrfth .Ing. yelli. Over .their anna.
\r,i miicklnto»h«Si«ha*l» and >ulsttrs, In
their hands paper novels, pwtsals, a, book
3l signal!, two Held glassel, a few botes
at candy. Mlsa Rounder carries an atr
cushion of rubber, Birdie Tomtltt a box
of biscuits.
AS Itr. Tompkins approaches with a
mesieriBerboy In his wake oarrying the
Innch, he finds them all' leunlui; over the
edge of the wharf looking at something
in the watef. What can they bo looking
at f He's about to call out, but fears that
the notes of his manly voice may. startle
them, so that they will fall In. Then they
•eo hlm and rush forward with effusive
greetings:
"So glad you've come.. How could you
belatef Dear mil What .a lot.of hai-.
ketil Isn't the day perfect! Maud nud
her mamma aro too late. Is it going to
he wlndyt Do you think it's rough outside!"
Thus buleged, tho gallant Tompklm
falli into an way attitude flanked by the.
basket", and, retnrnlug greeting!, finally
asks;
"What were you all looking at when I
eame up!"
There Is a silence.   Then some one
"Wa were looking at the boat. She's
very pretty, but—um—rather,far down.
That Is—I should say—the 'tide's very'
low."
Mr. Tompkins exchanges some jovial
nautical remark! with tho speaker in a
Jaunty manner, and finally iuqulree:
"Ah, akipper, how are wo to get tho
ladle! on board! Iaecnoatepsl"
Tho skipper, without moving, aplts
dreamily, and um
"Th.r.lri't' no Btepa nowhores 'round
bore. Brit thar'i a ..ladder nulled up
eiiit'ihit the wharf ihar. They'll havo to
eiluabrlghtdown-thut."
All the ladies peer over.
Thiro ari,ludced, somo bits of wood
nulled one .over the other against th.
slliiiy board! of th. wharf, and these are
hardly wide enough to hold -your toea.
The ladtei keep a pained alienee.
Thesklpper, pitying themj sayi coasol-
inglyt:        ,-'   | -., -/    ■
"Thiy eosM Jump It, li they *st right
down itsv'tts He,, with, their leg, dangling over, .nd we could ketch 'em on the
ly."
■ "Oh, that', nothing," uyi Tompklm,
poohpoolilng, and loftily waving hll
band, "We'll get you down easy enough.
Ton Tnrtch notr-lt's very simple. You
get down thliwiy—" He aits down on
the edge of the vrh.rf, then turn, oyer
very chirlly, and feels for the ladder with
his toe*. ' He doesn't und it, however, and
hii petition li perilous.
"Juit a tittle lower and yen'ra all
Uttl.iloiei8'l'':.-'-    ,- '.  ■;•-.-',   -  ." V-
In Mi effort, to get* little lower Mr.
Tompkins slips inddenly down, clawing
along the wherf with hooked fingers, H.
ndsaveihimseU
££*}#*.
. ... _ CtwTwIthtrl.
umph, puffing a good dial, and oblivion,
of long, green stains on th. front of hlmi
'ITbitf thewiiy.toadolti,, QWt'.nota
bltHrWwh-hyougetth.kn.-kl''
i Th. ladles acquire th..lt»ackladlff»
•"""J"**' ■ *»*'^**<h*,)'f 0B %«*t|»rt
carefully wrapi her ikjrts around ter
anklet, aud thin iprlngi wildly but, with
her(**l»«,,|(!iSsmlBj,; Sh, falls upon
th. .kipper and Mr. Tompklm, ranged
bilo*ha»,^wlio*r.*st()ek. tothiiheek.
(Vlfi909Bi.wiecoufl.il
afraid of thii bold ityle. She heiltatet,
ai.dcllnj»Mia Burl*. 1. great ingruih,
crying ia(ligst«s »>*> th, dizay vei-gei
"Nft-Wt8M lt» fuib me, ril nt-tr
forgia^olnW.fiiverT'
In vain ihe tried Mr. Tompklm' way,
and being shorter than Mr. Tompkins, Is
n good foot from the top step, and hug.
there, feeling frantically around with her
feeU>*JW«|P«ooiv«ll'!        •'     .   ■
"Ou,M».: tomnUtiB, what's th. matter!
Where', the step! Oh, Good Hiavensl
1 can't get down nuy further; what'.go-
ioit to happen to intf"
Mr.T.m|ikliisiiudtho skipper pull her
down by thi feet.' Mill Rounder and
MaiidarQ'Cailly disposed of, Butwhen
/ ItuouestoMra. Blown, Maud'amomma,
boyiMrrToiai*iiisiuid the akipper tee)
thit ik i*oaid Iskfahe so|lteneii. to allud.
tol'th*kiflicl.<rTaV,.-
R)misr.u.«nd good-natured,shestand,
en th, edge of (he pier, and looks over.
rampart ot blsck Jit trimming, puffing
huskily.
Mr. Tompkins uyi with in attempt at
.liaybadlnigei
"Nhw, Mw. Brown, it', your turn,
Which waywlll yon take itt"
'•I don't lee that there'i muoh oholce,''
■ay. th. lady, itarlug eud wheeling,
"Will,"liyiiToinpklni, with th. per-
iplratlon stinting i-n Ills brow, "You
cauiltdowusud oliinbdown the ladder
or-urn—all- yon cnu jump,"
Mil. Brown, holding the .post, lets down
one might j foot ami (cell for the ladder.
At an attempt this Is a.(Allan. Sh.
draw, up tho foot and say., dubiously!   *-
"Jump from hero I It'aa good dls-
After some discussion it Is decided bly
tho party thai Mrs, Brown will JSPP-
Mr.'Tompklniaihd .tlio skipper,;bei'^ho
brunt of tlie blow,,wuilo{llie boyeto^dB
behind, doluK duty a, a buffer..
■In preparation ahe threw, down iter
black lilindblg,,her paraiet, her book.lier
cashmere shawl, her tennis h:il, titid finally herself, striking the shipper with a'
dull, hollow sound, who In hia turn tends
the poor buffer stnegerlng afar.
Tho first part of the sail was delightful.:.
Every ono waa in |:ny spirits,. At every'
lurch of iho vessel they .all .screamed to-
giithcr nml cried:.,
' fl6li htnv litfely!.'IpB'ti this fiuaf   Will
it.bo voucher wlion wo get outsider"
OllUii'.o tho narrows, and well into tho
lower bay, tho sloop from a gentle, well-
bred roll began to lurch and pitch on tho
rnggcil seas. The screams grow louder
lii.il more loud. Every ono thought this
the most enchanting motion.. Soexcttlng
tlio way the bowplmiged Into a wave, find
ii-.eb fun to wafch tho big sea. cuuio
teething from under thu lee slilo.
It was Mrs. Jones who lir-t discovered -
tho potent churn! of thla side. She had
been alttlng l:i the inn on f o upper si le,
acreiiming loudest of ill, when presently
llienco descended upoa ,l.er... £be' hud
abrhptly moved to the . lee- ilili-, and
spreadinghorparasolo or herhead, leaned
forward and lookedIhto tlio sea. No ono
noticed her, a lady revelling tn tho beauties of the deep not being a phenomenon,
till the holt cried.eut jocotf ly:
"What Is Mrs. Jones plotting under
that parasolf"
Mr.. Jouu' vole*, .ejuided angry when.
ihoaaliO';.'   OF"*T^uO/TO :
"Looking at the water. Thi wave! are
io lovely."
It ru Mlsi Rounder who next mc-
eambed to the occult f|tr"ln»fton ot the
bounding .billows—Miss winder, who
has been s'creumln^' gleeffmyM at every'
crested hillock that Um Viking mounted,
.and-, every; green hollqw iuro whicli^aho
lank.1 Silence now, gradual but deep,
tell-upotiy..iSS-Uoiiiiilei'.
At f.rHt'tbe yawned several timeB. Then,',
leaned back iu her corner uid let lier eyea
roam from li.u heaving.sea to ihouwayiiig
innst nud Iho undulating deck, after
which, with, n, amotherid,,ou(|'il,a«j,li;h
might, unarrested, huve'raHi n' grbnn,
sho shut hiT eyct, and n sickly pallor
qvtrsni'cad.her fuco,
Tho popularity of the lee, sido now became quite st;-i!ving. Mivud'i mamma
soon fell beneath, ita conquering away,
She had taken off her bonnet, whicb.with
the luueh, filled the cabin to tho sky light,
and had put on her oiilfult, tetinli hat,
tied down with A veil. .No British grenadier ever looked more severe nml i in movable limn Maud's mntiiuiA,' Bulh Maud
audl.ir. Tor.-- :.ius no-ited it,
"Your mou.er,"sald the adoring Tompkins, who had a "tendresse" for all
Maud's belongings, "seems n line sailor."
"Oh, dcr.r, yea,'.* laid MiiihI.'jwuIi her
enticing eiuipe'r, "we're all goml luilors lu ,
Bur latii'.'.y.
And they both   turned   and  looked
proudly at tho Spartan parent, eeverely
unsmiling under tho Uunis luit.   Both
noticed,a slight glaiwinei-s Ininaaiuia'a
cerulean srba anil, a att lock abottt,ber
lips.   Mr. Tompkins, coldly conscious of
the row of parasols hloomlpg like, mush-.'.'
rooms along the lee -aide, laid with redden fear: - -. ir
"You feel quite—ah—qulto comfortable, Airs. Brown?" R
"Quite," with haughfy emphaels. Then
auddenly:   " Look here—hand mo .that
parasol—quick—any of Ihem.",
'   She disappeared, under  ^b.-,-fr!cml',y
■hade, but presently looked otft agulm ,
with her old face quite gray under, the
tennil hat.
"Kind tho sun give! mo-inch terrible
headaches," .he said, easily, with- a--|.n-j-
enco ot mind which struck Mr. Tompkiu.
|;asheroio..    ,-, ...    -..
And now the rays of the sun bent down
fiercely on the little sloop, the waves kept
creeping up behind stealthily raiting tho
tt-. ni, and then letting It drop with a sudden, fleroo playfulniM.    .
A terrible fear fell en Mr. Tompkins.
What If Maud ihould join the. lllent majority on the leo.ilde? She, too, had
grown silent and preoccupied, but 8,111
sat rigidly upright, and trailed, when .ho
apoko to her. Ho said, looking at his
watch;
"What do you say to something to eatf
It'u li o'clock; lot's havo souio sardines." .
She gave him .quick snd rather deadly
look.
"No, thanki," she said, looking nwuy
from hlm and winking up her eye., lu fjho
glare, "I'm licit hungry.
- The illcnt row,of honorably jtounded
bad all groaned it his ■uggetftoBuand the
feet had wriihedln anguish oir the deck.
. "I've told the skipper to put back to tho
K.nrows," ho hazarded is a second remark. Whatever made his Maud so
heavy In hand all olfttsddenP
The row y»oatt»d, JJaJs ■ifhJ.l'eA and
M«.id,,kkedpavffia|^lKtJ|    ,^
a. «l: nv lolrf-befM Sla^aHB^rli,*.*     ,rx
"About twcntymlnutei." *■*
"And then It will be imootbf"
"Oli, iiuiw.iuooth, <-,,,oqaa.v<,l>|at
thefor.!..', ..   ;.
"Thuiiki;" and ihe icttled henelf dnrrn
In tho moetbilauciitlkaiusnncr.clliicliad
her.h}iuda .rpund her parasol, fastened
hey eyeB on the forts and said not a word.
■ ;»W» awfuliy warm, sii't-llf'i eia'lil tlm
lover detpcrately, arid .with ij rublcuud
face. . "    ' .   ' ' '"    .   '.'■-.■■.
"Very,"Mid th, livid osi. ip.i.hl»gii»
if her teeth were act-.,
"Are you lure you wouldu't. f/ttt boiiio-
tlilng to OAtr-Jutt a- little pafe.,,. fol.
griisf"       .. , ..' -',
'•Quite."
"Not n gists of bear!" sweetly,
"No," loudly ud finely.
"A lemon to luck!" ,        I •'
No nnswir, only.nJu»%r^"a**' "\.
"'We'll crulie round aftsrT.pjrt iislde.
It'll bo cooler there? !*} * *1 V     .
"Ih.opoBo." i
"You don't feel sick, de yon!" In n f nifiv
whisper, peering under .th. parasol with
tender solicitude.'   '   I ' -. .'
"No, I don't," pulling thi parasol down
over her head; making m of tho point. I
allnlc Intn-hurdiHik.          '     EJas
*■   WVHVB
And Carbuncles result from u debilitated,
impoverished, or Impure condition of Ih.
blood.; Ayer'i Sorsaparlllapraventaanii
Cains these eruptions and painful tumors,
by nmoving thoir cause; tho only offect-
U4l way, of treating thorn. ,
Ayer'i Siriaparilla haa prevented the
usual course of Boils, which have pained
and distressed me every soason for several years.—O. Scales, Plolnvtlle, Mich.
I was badly troubled with Pimples on
the face; also with a discoloration of the
skin, whioh ihowed Itself In ugly dark
patches. No external treatment did
more than temporary good. Ayer'i gar-
taporllla offected
'!',.. A Perfect Cure,
ud I have not been.troubled.einee.-.
T. W. Boddy, Blver it., Lowell, Magi.
I waa troubled with Bolls, and my
health waa much impaired. I began
aslng Ayor's Sarsaparilla, and, in due
time, the eruptions all disappeared, and
my health-wat completely restored.-*
John it.Elklni! Editor Stanley Observer,
Albemarle, N. C.
I wat trouhled, for a long time, with a
humor which appeared on my face in
jgly Pimples and Blotches. Ayer'i Sor-
isparllli cured me.. Iconafderltthebest
blodd purifier in the world.—Charles H.
smith, North Onftsbury, Vt,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
Is sold by ill druggists. Aik tor Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, ind do not bo persuaded to
she any other. ft .
?iiptradliyOr.J.O.Ay.rkCo.,Low.ll,a[aia,
Prlwsll .1.l>otlaa».»S.
m^mttB^nwtmtm^mmtatttwm?t
WHEREAS MY WIPE, MARGARET
GIBSON, has leftmybedand board
without any provocation whatever, this is
to notify all persons not to trust heron
my account, as I will not pay any debts
which;she may contract.
JAMES GIBSON.
Chllllwhaok,August4,1688.     dwau7m3
MISS PREESE, late of Seattle, W. T.,
is now prepared to give Instructions
* -"■"-- ■ WlUgot«theliomesof the
*^5^KKttiWX:-i
■Jnfitsf-nr-tf.->,i  .ii,>.wp-»•<.'-T
on the Pliino.
pupils If desired
Agues street.
Resldenee-
W.R. Lewis,
dJlySOtc
SIGHTv.mJNDNESS
USE  ONLY
N.  STANLEY'S
OELEBHATED
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE-GLASSES,
Recommended  by Leading Oculists in
America.
ID. Xj-Z-s&X- -£s CO.,
dmyiiotc        Ageuts.NewWestininstcr.
Wm. A. Dashwood-Jqnes
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
dje°lte
THE WHITE IS KING
MRS. KATE SMALL,
CHURCH;BT.f ' NEW WESTMINSTER,
Next to Trinity Church.
Long Experience In the basin...,
d30Jly6m 	
Dominion Lands.
DO NOT PAY CASH
But pay In S<
large dlseOutuT    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Scrip can be obtained in large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY & CHAMPION
BJLN-jataimB,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OK FROM
mK BANK OF BRITISH COll'MBU,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
dwmhftto
.'Jam*-'. "*"!-";'.   ■}. ■(i'i-r^'ij.i.' jAO'     :' *■ '" 'fk
10
BY WAY OP THK
JAMS WISE'S
OLD STAND,
Opp. Hit- (J. P. N. Cc's Wliarr,
For a General Asnortmcnt of
Dry Goods,
Millinery,
Ladlei' & Children's Apparel,
Crockery, IJord'
Btltter Kegs, Barrels,
Hay, drain, Feed, Ac.
FARM  PRODUCE
BOUGHT OR. SOT.D ON COMMISSION.
J.    ^^
FaosiSriiaaaif.   ■.   Nkw-WraniissTxa,
-.     ' dmS-SSIM .-     i     ti    -
■DARTIES DESIKOUS OF FURCHAS-
JT Ing should not fall to give llieso celebrated Machines a trial.
C. J. ROBSOX.
Aucut for the Mainland.
Also, Agont for tho eelobrnted While
Bronte Stouunicnt Oo. tljelsto
-  x.ijrr3-mn.
THE MT. SHASJA BOUTE.
Quicker In Ti .
Kon*«
Inr ffdmAv ,-nl.:bi:' livui^
annd Scenic Route of the Pacific
Coast.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING, CARS
For.Accontmodaaaon of Second-OIass ]
seniors, attached to Express Train.
LOOK      HERB
THE UNDERSIGNED KEEPS C0NST-4NTLY ON H.4ND A LARGK AND
complete assortment of .oiH- ■. u -m
 'mp^m. »mz tmM*wKm93miim
Which will be lold at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES FOE CASH. *»TA4arae
consignment to arrive shortly,1il Always in stock—Leather, SIlOe Flnda
IngS, s>C, o: all kinds.   Custom Work a tpecudty.
jamss xtoxramxijm.XT,
dwjolyl NO. 81, COIOKMA STBIET.
NEW MACHINE SHOP!
,   ,   Corner Columbia and Beebie Streets.
<P«.a"*.^™.»™.^*i^"S«.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING ADDED STEAM AND ERON-WtfUlUNG
Machinery to their Business, are now prepared to do all kinda of
Turning, Fitting, Drilling, Machine Work, Forging,
of BLACKSHITHINC, at prices considerably lower
itention to have in the course of a fei     *"
Fare from. Portland to Sacramento and
San Franelscoi Unlimited, tm Flnt
Olass (Limited), $2.| Second Clasa (Limited), SIS.
R. KOERLER, Manager.
E. P. ROGERS,
Asst. Sen. Freight A Pass. Agent.
0
ii
OJVEKNWEfir ST
VI6TCRIAII**.
CHIfvA &JAPAN
fS tew*'nii*»«t.''**»liMtoh*we ton
'j. t^mr^u—-""
fit*      .,.._, ...
svlt that.1 wen'*; hurt you.1
• h»rt#ourts!f,i'    	
uy noli. Hut I won't tai.my
Ittm mind the," uyi the hiro, con-
•clou. taiUh. I7«i «t Maud si. bpob
K*j**'''J!t'..i
itlck Into his cheek.
"Well, we'll hav. lunol nt,ti>oam w.
get inside the forts, avon'I.Vfef"
"Good1' Heavens, I don*t hno-r^.Bow
lonc now before we git theref"
Wivilnluutsj." li ""'
I And during thit five minute, ihe
wouldn't say a word. Not a syllable could.
Tompklm extract from uw. Conrina;, oil
thor.loopln.th. evening Tomp^lni.prer.
heard her lay to her mother:
"Wasn't It awfulf    1 couldn't hav.
.food it a moment longer,"
And Mr. Tiini|iklus went homo noudir.
tnr-whU'W'tfH> Liialaa-ra iftiS!'
■    . .1 i .
Clotting Around nu Obttruetlon.
. "Btovle," a bright four-yeariohl, had
beon told that hoinuBt uot aik for any,
thiftg to eat when visiting th. hifgCbont,
Kawn-alt.\ill Ihv-kpjnw of . distant
relative, where lu. Invariably found auiiic.
thing to eat, he liuuii iirmind with a wistful sort of n Jqok, uutl| Antlly ho bioli,
out: .. i
"Aunt Jane, fm awful thirsty,"
"Arlyouf"   '        I"- ■ •■-■"     ''
"Yes,  I am so th;»ty,t «o»uV«l a
doughnut." *—ib :.t_iL.-..' ■
WE OkTtV JWMf RECElVflD/n large.
contlgnment of all kinds of: :
CELEBRATED TEA,
Jmhroldwcdspii Goods,
.'.   8hpf|i^Sc*«eni,l||(d4u|lf*,
Dr*wlni!ijowni.rilc.,Klc.
—ALSO—
Poraoliin, anlMHnt, Glalanunc, , :
Brpwc, Ivory, Sandalwood and
$|lr|u,.of 1?vary Description.
yraniK every mim direct frsm
IcSo    ouuin-WAN. ".--
Hoping that )ou will honor ns with your
visit, we remiln very respectfully yours,
FRONT: STREET, Mis WllTSIMUl, 1.0.
PostOmee BotNu, 7. ddetyl
(M^ttoii Life
T.;^.-t#^iljATieN.'.
,««Wii". WW"*' •••i--'iv;,",i'|».>i'
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Hkad Office, Toronto, Canada
a home"company,
,'| 'rr
: TIpiiivAfsoeiation merits the
confidence the Public is- reposing in.,it,from the following
FACTS!-—
tt policy holders It
im»u»jjp|hibus|.
In
Ithasiianheriieiof Inirtrauoe, butthe
woll-.*lahir.h.iriln«s, lienoo the policy
holder.cannot k« misled as to their eon-
traota.
Its Statement* to tho public esn be readily Uodmluodi IU tssh sUilem.nl .how-
Inr .very-Item of Income and bow .xpen-
,MWi¥»«'■"rl*"',.•'""i!!,ll1'1'l<l,*^™,,'
. detailed valuation In which every Until
of liability la lnolud.il.
Ill progreu haa been uneiamplcd
II. poYiaJa. .r» Indlaputublo ailMlhroai
yean, and non-foffeltabl.
•alatnee,   .<         -
l lu proflu ar. dlalrlbuteil upon an equitable basis.   Tbe profit, to.one class of
    '-give
Cl»; iflg.aalh^Ti*.;. whleh
u. superior advantages over
metho     _., _,.
Ibe unuvartn bonus plal ol dl«nbull„n.
UaM.liss.lll.al Ml. Se.Wf.re...
Travel.
J. K. MaoIlOrlALD,
' :-Managing Director,
B FT. reiAR^ON
ltas,Wi«ai,lnBlei
 ItorsM*. '|
PIANOS AMD ORGANS
Of the Best Makers in the World.
THE WORLD-RENOWNKD -ORGANS
and PIANOS of tlaann * Hamlin
havo arrived, fho grciu S'l'KCK PIANO,
with patent sustalnni.: iii.ilnl. The iiiatch-
less DECKER s-'SONM' PIANOS. The
well-known DOMINION PIANOS uud
OKGAN&. Have also In slw'K RONISOH
and CHRISTIE PIANOS. Pianos and
Organs Bold on monthly payments. Pianos torrent arid rent applied If purchased.
CaJlat
H. Peters' Music Store.
dwjo23lo VirroHiA, B. C.
p-ANY MAN-*
as, D
I«n
r (.7 D
Who IS Weak, Nervous, Debilitated,
wbo In bis FoUy Hiid Ignorance has
Trifled away his vigor of Dody, Mind
nnd Manhood.caiisliip exliiilisting drains
Upon'the Fonutalns of Lift. Head-
a«h«. Backaeht, Dreadful Dreams,
Weakneis uf Memory, Baihfnlness In
stif Hej
'linplei
I elety, Pimples upon tlie Face and
all the Bfleets leading to Early Decay,
Conaumptlon or iBHaiiltr, will find in
our Specllio No. 23 a Poilt v© cure* It
imparl* Youthful Vigor* restores the'
Vital Power in bid and yminjr, strength-
ens and Invigorates the Brains and
Nerves, builds up the muscular system
ana arouses Into action the whole physical energy oAthe human frame, with
our Bpeolflo vo. SB the most Obstinate
case can be cured in three months, and
recent ones in lens than 90 days. Each
package contains two weeks treatment
Price tl Curcb guaranteed. Our Rneclflo
No. 24 Ib an infallible Cure for all Private Olseatee. no matter of how long
standing. Sold under our written Onar*.
antee to effect li Cure. I'rlco $.">. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Out,
CONSUMPTION
That dread forror, a disease so long
ballhiKHclenco nnd the tiio-tt Hkilleu
phyHifiiiiis, who know or nothing to
iirroNt, iK/.lilnKtonllcvliitn, nothing to
cure. Now It is tin lonyOr nil Incur-
ablo mtilaily even wJion given tin by
pliysiclmi!*. health run yet be found In
OUKKKMKDY; 11 liKikiunl miotbes
themc'nhriineof the Lung-1, Inflmned
nnd poisoned by tlio ruvngi-N nf this
fell dlsciisi', nnil prevents Hie niulit
sweats and tlghincKH across tbecliesi
Which nccompany It.  I'llet-at.
OURES   GUARANTEED.
Toitmto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
OVR KliEUANT PREPARATIONS.
Remembcrwomnntifrict.iircnnil are the
..jIoprnprlotovsof tlie follnuliig special*
tics, nml that they run he bad from no
other source. THEY ARE NOT FOR SALE BY
niHQCISTS. Corri'sponfloiH'i? strlctTy eon-
fldeminl. Ooiisiiltiitlon upon nil chronic
dlM'me invlieil. KO CHARGE except for
nii'dlolnes. All i-nrniB-Ncn!. st^enro from
qbunivntlon. Toronto Mcdlclno Co., To-
ronto.unt.
HAIR COLORING.
Our, magnificent propu nil inns nre win-
rnnted perfectly hiirmlpsN. We prnjwro
tbo following roh.r«—lln- finer stmdrs
ftflse* from the hulr ItSelf: nixek, nnrfc
Brown, Medium Itro>vn,.(!heRtnuiaI.t|.*hi
CliPKtiiUt, Gold Blonde, Ash or Blonde
Cendree. Bend ssmplc nf hulr whin ordering. Prion, 31* i>or brtdlo. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont,
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordering ptcftiio specify which you
reiHilrej weuunrnntOetfipm t-n give entire
Siitlsfaptlnn. No. S ImpnilH to the skin
tho color und freshness of niHlilctihanil,
hnrnilet-s und cnimol be Ucleeted, ll.SV..
No. 0 removes wrinkles, •& Vo. 10 removes Mver Sjiuis, "H.as, No. 11 remnvea
Flosh Worms, 81.26. No. li removes
Freckle,*:, $1.2ii. ISo. 13 vemovcn riinplcH,
9I.SB. No, H romovpH Tnp; jihfei No. 15
removps Molen,82. No. 1«.removes Pock-
murks, W. No. 17 removes undue l-ei-apl*
ration, jl.!*.".. No. 18, nn nusoiuleunfalllug
specific for tlio vetoiillon.dovelopmcntnr
restoration of tbe Hair, 91.25. Toronto
Medicine Co., Toronto, Out.   I
THE BUST,
No, 19 Is a emblnod internal nud extcr*
unl trentmenl which apceillly ilevelops
or restores the femnlo bust to thepropo^
tlon-i ot volupttiouH nntnie. In entirely
harmless aud certain la results, Prlcuts,
Toropto AfedlclDo Co.. ^Tj)»nlp, Oat,
W.E.AUSTIH,
DEALER IN
Gonsril Merchandise!
1   HEW WKBIMIXBTRR. B. C.
HayandFet^d
;. x*%j^x^xKXM**i,l.,.
W0OO"&Q^L
<THB BEST QUALITY),
Dry Goods Boots & Shws,
. Provisions & Groceries
farmers' "Hardware,
UrsTAs we use no whisky or tobacco we
can, by temperate habit*) »iid careful economy, serve the public at especially, low
rates. dwjal2tc
IMPERIaiiL
FiRE sNSIWANCf COMPfV.
10ioB»0Aii8T>ae*HPAuM*if,
LONDON.
INSTITFTED1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSKSt OTHER
Braiding,, Good,, Want, Merotian-
dlie, Mamifaohiririg sad Fuming Stook,
Shipa In Port, Harbor or Dock, and, the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Shin, building and repiirlng, Barge, uid other Vet*
bow on navigable riven and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain aad lrcliod sod In Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS M MaUfiR »I HRR.
Snrscrlbed ud Invested C.plt.1,
£1,600,000 8TQ.
Rates of Premium and every inionna
Hoe wi lie obtained on application to
ff. J. ARMSTBONft
Agent !oa* Now WwbnUistsr.
MACHINERY
tl AVISO LATELY INORBASEJ)OUR
XX cunuecllon lu the East and clno*
where very cmihliiemhly, we nre In a position to give prices ou any class of Mn-
oblncry tnut mry be required, Including:
Marine and Stationary Engines mid Doll*
ers, Pinners, MiiIoIicih and .MnnUiei^,
Buss Pluners. Wotnl I.alne«, Valid
Hawe, Blind Miiehlnery. t>l«H8e
Lftthcs. Hhuplui* *\lK"Uln>s,
fthlngloMfVebibr-."l.ilin
Machlmx A  lloHers,
TwQtTltvae and Four ninck Clmnlnr Saw
Mills, Rand Haw Mills, 1'oiliililn Engines nml Boilers,  nnd   Hoisting
Engines,  Also, John .Bertram
* Hans' and The Umdon
Tool Co's Iron Working
Machinery.
Brick Machines nnd Crushers of cither
the Martin or Bnlrd make.
Mill Supplies or all desorlntlani, including Ciroulnr Saws, Solid or Inserted
Tenth, Lubrlpfttlug Oils, Rubber and
Leather Uolilng, whioh we carry   lu
stack,
Hlenni Pumps ot the Blake, Davidson or
Knowles make also on hand.
M'Avlty's Patent Bolter Feeders supplied
- ou short notice, us well aa Paints and
Oils, Axes and Edge Tools of tha,celebrated Brand make, Wire Hope, Plumb*
cisand Btenm Fitters supplies, Ac.
We are sole agents In thla Province for
tbe JOHN DOTY Engine Co'r, whose
Marine work cannot bo excelled, as outfits we havo tarnished hen will testify,
FRASER FlEONAIIB,
Callable St.,   Opp. n*»w.-A«lv.rito.r,
VANOOUVKR, B. 0,
i-dt^^gdjeS wiVii
And every descripti	
than before.' It is our intention
, few weeks a
BRASS & IRON I Ol\l)R\
Running in connection with our Business. We have tho LARGEST STOCK and
BEST TOOLS of any Shop of the kind in B. C, and employ none butthe VERY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, we can guarantee tatit-
faction in workmanship at well it price!. We have obtained the service! of a
First-class Horsc-Shocr, and that part of our Business will have special
attention,
REPAIRS of all kinds of Machinery, either Steam or Agricultural Implements, Wagons, Carriages, Ploughs, Harrows, or anything in this line, will have
our best attention.
Carriage Painting and Trimming done at reasonable ratet.
A large stock of Wagons, Expresses and Baggies, of the best quality,
for sale.
We also keep in stock, to supply the trade, all kinds of IRON, STEEL, CHAIN,
COAL, HORSES: OX SHOTS, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS, AXLES,
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, etc., at Victoria price".
as" Estimates anil tenders given.on all kinda of Ironwork. Call'and inspect
our Stook and get our Prices, and you will save money by It.
4wJlyl«o REID &  OURRIE.
„{.  i,
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
•'CMtairUlsKiw.llailspt«lloelilldRUUlat I OMtarri. era*. OoUe. OlMlraKliie.
MtoOitMtt»Bn>o^N.Y.   I Without usurious iiiodleaUon.
Tm. CnrriOR Cowunr, 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
THB   UNDERSIGNED  tfAVE BEEN
appointed agents for the
LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO.
And are prepared to receive applications
for policies on all good risks at current
""*   MAJOR & PEARSON,
Real Estate, Fire and Life Insurance
Agents, Bank of B. C. Building, opposite
Post Office, Westminster,       djeSemS
Animal Gathering!
—OF THK	
XtXJk.XXtXnJk.Xh-X*
Caledonian & St. Andrew's
SOCIBTV
WILL TAKI!   l'LACB AT TUB
AGRICULTURAL HALL GROUNDS
NEW WESTMIaVSTEK,
Thursday, October 411i, 188$
Ti e prise 11*-* for Iho Clnmes und .Sports
Is very Inrge.
There will bo n GRAND HALL In the
evening.
T/iok on I- for Posters.
PtiTKK Cllt A ST,
ilWHii'lOtd Hecrotar>*.
ESTABLISHES 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Keurly Oppoille the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
TBE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
ittortrhent of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fanv
lUes, Restaurants, and Steamboats at thi
LOWEST POSSIBLE PBIOIS.
NOTICE.
I HAVE THIS DAY SOLD MY RIGHT,
title and Interest in the New Westminster Brewery to Messrs. Jameson A
Wright, Thedf-bts due for goods delivered up to the 3lst of August laRtiwedup to
me. I hope all my old friends will give
tbe new firm a fair trial, for they are deserving ot confidence and will gfvrt satisfaction.
H. KEHOE,
Sapperton.
Westminster, Sept. 1st, 1888.       dselml
NOTICE.
ALL OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS due
the Royal  Oity Planing Mills Co.
must be settled on or before Sept. anchor
they"wlfl lie placed In Court for collection.
T. .11 catnier. or B.lldl.i Hat.rl.li
Until farther notice, we. offer great in-
ducementa to .11 oath purchasers.
ROYAL CITY PLANING HILLS UO.
(Limited),
N.w Wctt., Aug. 31,1888. dwau81ml
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVING TAKEN P088ESRI0N OP
the "Temperance House,"fronting
on Columbia and Church streets, opposite
tbe Episcopal Church, and now Known
as tbe
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling public
at the following rates:
Board per day. ...
Single Meals	
Beds.,.,..	
 tl 00
 5 00
......   i»
......   35
wt-Good accommodation for Ladles and
families. inylttc
Flowers for sale   ,
Mainland Trmhr
HACK, LIVERY, STACE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUH8CRIBEBS ARE NOW. PREPARED TO TURN, OUT
DOUBLE AND SIN8LE RIGS
At Special Low Rates.    '
aad All Siads of Tnmiof
Dono at Shortest Notice^''';:.'
Drvcordweeaj delivered to any port of
the City. .
. Orilcrsbj'Telophoncwlllrewtve.pfompt
attention. .''■.'
•arstablps nearly opposite C. P. R. De
pot, Columbia St., NewWettmlnster
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Insurance Agent Wanted H. 0.
flail? British (Columbian
WeSaetday Evening, Sept. S.
Ice cream at the Club. *
The police oourt showed a clean
Iheet to-day.
The football club will commence
practice at in only date.
Thii week only. Fine cabinet pho-
to'i, f3 per dot., at the tent, next to
Queen's Hotel. *
Ice ii said to be very scarco at Vancouver and the supply put up last winter ",0'w'y "teffisi.o,,,,,,,,,;..,
The-str. Western Slope left Nanaimo
this morning with 20 tout of uierchan-
due and 40 head of cal lie,
Th. itr. Rithet left for Victoria this
morning with 60 loni of freight, 70
head of cattle and 25 panengeri.
Dr. 0. E. C." Brown will  make n
Srofeasional vitit to Chilliwhack on
tondiy next, Sept, 10th,      dteSU
About 8 miles of the right of way
contract hu been eleared up to dato
ud th. work ll progressing rapidly.
Thing! are getting to lively in
Blaino, sayi the Journal, that building!
are being moved in Irom the country.
Metin. Walker & Shidw.il have removed to, th. "Colonial" block, in tho
•tor. lately occupied by Mr. W.
Row. diuSOto
A train load of cattle arrived from
Kamloopi latt evening, being the
li*f^«,«orara«ent,,o|ii»heiM»on.
There were H carloads containing in all
172 head.
When used according to directions,
Ayer'i Ague Cure ii warranted to eradicate, from the system, Fever and Ague,
Intermittent, Remittent and Bilious Fevers, and all malarial diseases. Try it.
• Th. ttr. Irving eleared for Hope thia
morning with CO torn of freight ind
20 pauenger.. On the return trip iho
will bring down a band of cattle from
the ranches of Cawitou at Ellis, Semil-
kameen.
Wm. Goode, a young man 19 years
of ige, living throe or four milei weit
of Lyndon, wont hunting a week ago
lut Saturday aad killed four bean, an
old one ud three oubs. — Blaine
Journal.
Th. ulmon ran' lut night wat in
improvement on the night previous.
Although the avenge to the boat wa.
about th. lamo tho number of white
aalmon wu considerably leu. Cohoei
ir. coming in more freely.
i W. H. Viineo thipped 1500 IU. of
ulmon today to Victoria, Vancouver
and eutern points. Ho hai orden on
banal amounting to many thousand
pounds abioh it it impouiblo tb fill,
owing to tho icarcily of fiih.
Disorders ol the stomach, liver, and
kidney., can be cured by restoring the
blood tb a healthy condition, through
the vitalising ud cleansing action of
Ayer's Haraaparilla. It ft the safest,
most powerful, and most highly ooncen-
tri*M alterative available to the public.
The Weit Coast railroad company
.ro continuing the construction of their
bridge over the Snohomish river, not-
Withitanding Senator Caiiueld't injunction. They have given bonds that
they will remove the bridge if the injunction is ultimately sustained by the
oourts.—Ifnofcom Democrat.
, Advice, from the North Arm Litis
afternoon .uy thii the run of lalmou
Jut night wu very good, aome of th,
beat, netting as miny u 160 fiih. Thi
pMo.lUrp.rt of the catoh ii that th.
'larg. majority of the fiih wore lockeyei
while tb. citoh oppoiite tho city wu
principally cohoei. Tha run thii forenoon wu .lib good, th. boat! averaging from 20 lo 30 it» drift.
' Th. Whatcom Reveutt Iiu lately
purchased i power pre*, and a now
outfit, ud ralirged. The old preit
■snd mtterltl bu been sold to Mr. L.
'Johiuwn, of Lyndon, new th. bound-
who will itirt • papir at that
" miking the fourth paper in
torn oounty. Thet. oewiniper
.. i**ito*p*ak well lor theincrc.s-
I ftotyMlt) of our friend, loroti th.
Oraage Delegate.
Tho following memben of the
Orange Grand Lodge of British America, who havo been attending the late
lesiion of the Grand Lodge in Winnipeg, arrived in thii city thil aftornoon
and are stopping at the Colonial: Jus.
Kelly, of St. John, N.B., County
Milter, and D.O.L.B. A.; Thos. Keyes,
St. Catharine!, Ont,, Grand Seo. B.A.;
Wm. Hendenon, Mountain View,Ont.,
Grand Treat. B. A., ud W. H. Barton,
of Winnipeg. A meeting will be held
at the Orange Hall to-night in their
honor and .'large turnout it expected.
 . s .	
TkcO.dera.afc Arbitrators.
It is announced thit the arbitrators
appointed to nettle the dispute between
the Dominion government and the
Canadian Pacifio railway company regarding the condition of the Ouder-
donk lection, will ihortly hold suiting
in Ottawa to take the evidence of Sir
John Macdomld and Mr. Pope, and
that they will thou go to England to
examine Sir Charles Tuppor. This ia
a euo of the mountain going to Mahomet in earneat. Why cannot Sir
Charles take what he calls "a run out"
from London ud give hit testimony
here ? Or do the government with to
give the arbitratora and all the lawyers
engaged in the caso a holiday trip
scroll the Atlantic at the public ex-
ponsef— Ottawa Eree Press. ■■
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Qnlli- Beraaulle.
The following little romance comet
from Toronto: A sensational ttory it
told here about the traffic in Chinese
women in Britiih Columbia. It iB aaid
i celestial in this oity tent an agont to
Victoria to kidnap a woman. He
went to kidnap the woman but sho fell
in lovo with him and they got married
on the way to Toronto. Thit morning
Inspector Archibald received a dispatch
from Rev. J. E. Starr, of Viotoria,
formerly of Berkley itreet Methodist
church here, saying: "A Chinese man
ot Toronto kidnapped a Chinese woman
and has taken her to. your city. Spot
him." The spotting had been done
before the receipt of Mr. Starr's message, but the inapebtor hopes the bride
will be allowed to enjoy her peculiarly
won husband in peace.
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HoOowsy's Corn Cure li the medicine
to remove all. kinds of corns ud warts,
sill csly oofti the small turn of twenty-
trull Packing.
Mr. James A. L-udlaw hus inaugurated the fruit preserving industry in
Britiih Columbia, and hii packing establishment it now occupied in canning
plums. The fruit comei from Chilliwhack where there it a greater supply
than the present demand calli for.
Three varietiea of plums have bbeh can-'i
ned thi. week, namely: dutnton,
green-gage and blue. Some yean ago
Mr. Laidlaw packed a quantity of fruit
which gave excellent satisfaction
wherever tried and the lot being put
up at preient will, without doubt, do
the lame. Tho industry, though new-
lu the province, ia bound to uaume
large proportion! within a few yean,
and we hope Mr. Laidlaw'a experiment! will lead hiin to go into the
buiinou extensively next teaton.
 *—rf	
Juilgmrnl Keveraed.
Some months ago tho British Columbia Packing Co. made an auignment
tu Mr. Euglehardt, of Victoria, giving
him power to carry on the business of
the company, which he did. After
thit assignment had been made the
Bank of British North America, who
were judgment creditors, directed the
sheriff tu seize the company'! property
under a writ of execution, notwithstanding the assignment ol crediton.
The sheriff did (his as per in.mictions,
and, claim being mado by the istignee,
an interpleader utue wu directed for
the purpoie of determining the at-
ligneel claim. Thii iisue wui tried before Mr. McCrelght who decided in
favor of the uaignee, Mr. Euglehardt.
The bank appealed on the ground
among others, that the auignment to
Englehardt wat bid by reason of the
power given him to carry on the business. In the divisional court yeiterdiy, at Viotoria, Mr. McCreight'i de-
cision was reversed in favor of the
bank of Britiih North America, the
plaintiffs in the appeal.
 .-. s   . ■	
The Devil a Is.dow.er.
The following singular cue ii laid
to bo troubling the heads of the Finnish lawyers at present: A man died'
a week or two ago in Pieltjtrvi, in the
interior of the country, who wai uid
to havo led a bad.and ungodly life.
Be hid alwayi been known to be well
oil', but imbody knew how he had
gained hit possessions. There were
many Blrungo itoriei afloat, but one
which waa more credited than all the
rest wu to the effect that Huolirinon,
as win hu name, had in hii early diva,
been on an intirnuto footing with
"Witahausn" (tho "evil one"), with
whom he had mvornl transactions of a
commercial character. When Huo-
larinen'a will was openod it was found
that he had bequeathed ill his landed
property and possessions to tho Devil.,
The family naturally protested against
the will, and the question now arise!
hnw this ticklith matter il to bo tot-
tied. Everybody scorns anxious not
to offend any of the parlies concerned.
There can be no doubt that Ihe Devil
Is thus a landowner, by logsl right, in
Finland. q
Pergonal.
A. J. Hill, O.E., hu returned from
Whatcom.
Miat Dickinton has returned from a
abort visit to Vinco'iver.
C. M. Sheafe arrived from Whatcom
thil morning ud ia at the Colonial.
Sir John and Lady Lister-Kaye were
•hown th. principal lights in ud
•round the cily, thu morning, by Mr.
and Mn. Hendry. Thii afternoon the
party, at the invitation of Mr. Alex.
Ewen, went down to Ewen'a Cannery
•nd were much interfiled with all tbey
liw there.
THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY
still Boemlas- lessen tm erasing t.
tie called tot In tea diya.  Tire   !
ferry I. be Mill .1 New
Weitmuuter,
Col. C. M. Sheafe, general manager
of tho N. W. B. B. &. S. railroad, arrived in tho city to-day from Whatcom
on busineiB connected with the compiny. Hii viiit ii for tho purpoie of
overlooking the work already done and
to rriake arrangements for Iti further
progress aa well us to look into muny
other matter! of importauco. <Cnl.
Sheafe iu convonation with a representative of Tim Columbian stated that
everything in connection with the mil-
way waa progressing u favorably aa
could be wiihed and that there wai
nothing tn retard Ihe progress of Iho
work or early completion of the road.
Referring to tho fony he laid a well
known builder, who has built 5 railway ferry ateamm, it now at work on
plum for the railway ferry iteamer
betweon thia city and Brownsville.
Aa aoon ai the plans are ready the contract for building it will be let, whioh
will be in a ihort time.' The iteamer
will be built in Wottminiter.
Referring to the grading of the line
to (he boundary Col. Sheafe aaid: "Al
aoon oi the Bnt 10 milei of the right
of way are eleared and orpit-tecHoned,
tenden will (walked for grading the
entirelinetothebroundary. Mr. Hill
haa initruotioni to centre hii whole
available staff of engineers on thii
work and I think we will be able to
advertise for tender! in about ten diyi
time." Al regardi the balance of the
line I .might inform you that engincen
are locating the lino from Whatcom
north and south and from Seattle
north. Ai won ii the locating ii lufli-
ciontly advanced contract! for clearing
the right of way will be let ud grading will follow cloiely behind. Before
the 1st of January the work of grading will be in active progreu at 6 different points between Westminster nnd
Seattle. We will commence the work
of piling the river front and building
the railway approaches at an early
date, but the neceuary plant will take
timp to prepare. However, no time
will be lost and the end of the year
will see the work well under way.'
1 "How about, finances, Colonel V
"Our financial poaition ii quite satisfactory, but perhaps tho best Bnswor
to that question is the manner in
which we meet all liabilities."
aU
MnsMU Whittles.
Several complaints wero made to ut
to-day onent the unearthly steamboat
whittles which every morning itortlo
the people of Weitminlter from their
deep. Wr.-rrKlrtniig'fiX)**ai30.«'cl,oek
to 4 o'clock the Irviug't whittle founded 7 timet in long and thrilling blaiti,
the effects from which proved lerioui
to invalids and has retarded their recovery to an extent not yet known.
At 0.30 o'clock the sirs. Rithet and
Western Slope commenced, nnd until
7 o'clock the piercing blasts were continued at intervale, keeping the whole
city in a state of wakefulness, and still
further Turning the nervea of thote
troubled with nervout affections. Iu
the whole city then are probably not
hall a dozen persons who do not know
the hour filed for the departure of
ateamen, but, if the steamboat companies think otherwite, there ii lot. of
room in tbe advertising column! of the
newipapen through which to do their
whistling. The publio is beginning lo
protest against this obnoxious custom,
and unleu the nuisance is abated at
Wcitmimt«rpa*i«"hai been-at Victoria, it will be the duty of the city
council to take the matter in hand and
pan a prohibitory bylaw. Thii oourio
nu been found neceuary in many
cities is eutern Canada.
Be on Your Guard againtt aud
den Colds, irritating Coughs and Soreness of the Throat. Keep Hagyard'a
Pectoral Balsam at Hand for these
prevalent trouble! of Winter and
Spring.  It is the best safcguaixl.
Late CanMlan News.
Qoebic, Aug, 31.—A ihirk, 13$
feet long, got | into Hah. Bay, river
Sagueniy, yesterday and swallowed a
boat-hook. Its struggles to escape attracted attention to it and it wu haul-
ed ashore anil despatched.
Montreal, Aug. 31.—Lucian Pohyt.
inspector of coloniil railways, who hai
been lent by the colonial department
of France, to inipect railwayi of Canada, arrived here to-day from New
York.
W. N. Diyden, in Euglithman, wu
fleeced out of $05 here to-night bys
man who, when arretted, gavo hii
nam. uJ. McClore. He i. believed
to be J. R. Stanton, of Clinton, N.Y.,
member of the notorioui "Black Cap"
gang. A one hundred ind a one thousand dollar bond of New York State
institutions were found upon him. The
bonde are believed to be bogui.
The hero of th. Touruil fraud.,
Canon Bernard, il in the oity. He has
juit been liberated from u Belgium
prison after serving four yuan for embezzling half a million francs from hii
biihop. Barnird comet here, it ii
laid, for the purpoBe ol taking iction
againat certain broken with whom he
negotiated the stolen bouda, and who,
he claimt, have fundi in their mutes-
lion belonging lo him. Goodhue, a
lawyer who went from here to Belgium
and negotiated a settlement with Bishop Dumont, of Tourhal, ii in South
America, and hu, it is aaid, squandered his there of the commission, which
amounted to nearly $100,000. Broken
who Bernard talks of suing say they
have nothing to fear and havo no money belonging to him.
Toronto, Aug. 81.—A private detective acting for the college of phyii-
ciam and lurgeoni thil afternoon
•wore out information igiintt nine
doctor, who are now at an hotel here
•tyling themielvei "The London Med-
lea) Auociation," charging them with
illegally uiiug the title of doctor and
with practicing medicine without being
registered, in contravention of the
Ontario medicine icti.
Halifax, N. 8„ Aug. 81.--Port
Warden Hunter held a lurvey on th.
■tetmer Thingvalla, after she wu placed on the ilip, ud ordered that ihe
bare a new bow and item from tha
million bulkhead forward, which will
include the flnt icarf of the keel.
Those who iaw th. steamer on the slip
ynterd.y lay it ii a minole that ihe
ever retched port, a her bow ii gone
right down to the keel.
ffmttmittattint*.
Aftanerernutery.
Emtor Columbian.—In an article in
Tim Columbia" for Aug. 20th you quote
part of a letter from Port Moody to'the
Colonial, in which the writer sayi; "It
(Port Moody) was selected, aa many of
your readen will he aware, for its many
advantages by land and water, as the
terminus of the Canadian Pacific Rail*
way." From this statement you appear
to dissent, and further on you say: "But
we take an interest in provincial history,
ami would, therefore, be very greatly
obliged to the writer from whom we
quote, or any other man, if he would re*
i'er ns to the blue-book or other official
document by which hit statement is
proved. We have never been able to
find any proof that the slightest consideration was given to the fitness or unfit-
ness of Port Moody as a terminal harbor,
by the government of this Dominion."
As the writer of the above mentioned
letter has not como forward to give you
the desired information I will gladly do
ao mvtelf, by referring you to one official document, but thero are many others.
If you will turn to the Hansard for
1884, page 420, you will find a speech
made by Sir Charles Tupper, then a
member of the government, from hit teat
in the house of commons, in answer tea
question put by Mr. Blake iu reference
to the western termiuus of the C. P. R.
Sir Charles said: "As to whethor Port
Moody or English Bay Is the best port
for the terminus, all I can say is that the
government selected Port Moody aa the
terminus of the railway, and in doing bo
they .elected a port accessible from the
Pacifio ocean and whioh Is declared to he
the beat port thit Is to be found on the
Pacific coast. Her Majesty's vessels
have during the past year aurveyed tho
harbor and we hive the declaration-of
the officers who have been there, and
they ore the moat perfectly independent
ud able sources of information, that we
hive made the mott wise and judicious
selection which could have been made,
that the port is simply perfect, and that
then Ib nothing on the Pacific ooatt superior to it. And they have now represented to the admiralty the propriety of
making Port Moody the headquarten
for the admiralty on the Paoitic coast, u
being the belt location which is to be
foundthere. .
"The hon. gentleman (.Mr. Blake), I
dan say, wonld like us to go down to
English Bay because it would have compelled the expenditure of gl,( 10,000 to
get there ill the first instance, and another $1,000,000 or $2,000,000 to make a
harbor out of an open roadstead, where
thero ia comparatively no anchorage.
I lay the government feel that they have
done all that is necessary in relation to
that question when they carried the C.
P. R. to a terminus which wu declared
by the highest naval authorities to be
unequalled on the Pacific coast.
After deciding on the Fraser River
route tho first step taken by the Dominion government to ensure tho location of
the terminus at the best point wu to invest Mr. Marcus .Smith with full power
of choice, giving him the whole inlet,
from Port Moodyto English Bay, to select from, (this I wu told by himself.
Wo know he selected Port Moody.
So you tee, Mr. Editor, io far from the
Dominion government not giving the
slightest consideration to the fitness or
unfitness of Port Moody for a terminus
they gave it their mott earnest contid-
ention. Besides the recommendation of
their own eminent engineers, to make
doubly sure, the advice of tho officers of
H.M. navy was also taken, nnd surely
from so many high authorities there can
be no appeal. It ihould be noted that at
thit early day then had aa yet beon no
landed intereit created to interfere with
the choice; it waa therefore aolely on ita
merits thit Port Moody wu aelectcd u
the terminus of the C. P, railway.
Even Van Horne hu given his opinion
as to the advantages of Port Moody. In
a letter to Senator Melnnet, which I read
in the ATninlanif Ouordianol October 22.
1884, Mr. Van Horne says: "It is not
the intention of tlio Syndicate, in any
event, to remove or abandon the existing works at Fort Moody; it has great
natural advantages" etc.—the italics are
my own. Tkuminus.
Mn. wTT. Lang, Bethany, Out.,
writes: "I wu one of the greatest sufferers for about fifteen montha with a disease of my ear similar to nlcen, causing
entire deafness. I tried everything that
could be done through medical skill, hut
without relief. At a lut retort I tried
Dr. Thomu' Eeleotric Oil, and in ten
minutes found relief. I continued using
it, and in I short time my eir was cured
and hearing completely restored. I have
used this wonderful nealer successfully
lu eases of inflammation of the lungs,
sore throat, coughs and colds, cuts and
bruises, Ac, lu fact it is our family
mediolne.     	
B.I.I.U by (cumi .1 Dew tv.ilmlni.ler,
■wi a.d IMS.
AUTUMN.
8.p to Nov.. 18.39. M'nofl4yn..l0.19
WINTER.
DectoFeb..24.07.        " 23.10
Bl'RINO.
MtrtoM'y„11.03.       " 13.38
■umss;
J'netoAug.. 7.38,,      " 7.28
Toinl...0U7.' iaS
. A. Pkblb, Captain.
— jfttl*. ,.-*5*l—
Kingston, Aug. 81.—John Ltonnrd,
of Bulingbrook, ihoemiker, upward!
of 76 yean of age, married • Mn. McCarthy, about the nme age. He had
seen her only onoe before propoting.
This iB Mn. Leonard'! fourth marriage. She hai leventeen children,
her previout namei beiug McCoy, Mc-
Whitty and McCarthy.
.   i   ♦	
There ia nothing equal to Mother
Graves' Worm Exterminator for destroy,
ing worms, No article of Hi kind hu
given tuch satisfaction.
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mmmammmmsmm
Wholesale oityMarKet..
Beef,     per lOOIbs....... j 7 00a 0 00
Fork "   8 10 9 1100
Mutton      "         .......1100812 00
HldeB(gr'n)"  ,009 6 00
Potatoes     "   126S I"
Cabbage   .'' "
Onions '
Wheat '
Oata
Pens '■ .,.,
Hay,       per ton  ....
liter (rolls) per It.,,.,
-   . „ -60
   2 00$ 0 00
  aooa 0 00
  1608 176
 Mil IMS,176
,..,. _.„ 1.60«'0 00
................. 18 00 900 00
 „.., 0 259 0 SO
Cheese,            "  0109 0 17
Eggs,      per dot,    0 209 0 25
Cordwoou (retail) per cord  8 60 3 t 00
When Baby wm tUt, w. gtv, her Gators,
WhulhewMa Child, th. erled fur tatters,
When A. vacua. Ills., sb. elaog to Cuterlo,
Wkstiai had Cluidru,.b. gar. Usui Cartons
11T O. T. V—REQULAIl MEKTING
W . every Wednesday afternoon 'at 8
o'clock at the W. C. T. U, Headquarters
(over Cunningham A Ralth'a Chop), Douglas Ml. Loyal l.e?lou In the same nluoo
every Friday aftornoon. iluu'JIio
Agnes Street
Lord's - Day
DAPTIST   CHURCH,
13  Bait of   Mary Street.    _-   _
Services at 11 a, m. and 7 p. m.  Sabbath
School ondBlble Class at 2:90 p. m.  All
lint, fro,; strangers cordially welcomed,
—Rev. Thos. Bald-*-
Baldwin, pastor.
MBTHOBHT CHURCH, Oddfellows'
New Hall. Rev. J. H. White, Pastor.
rices et 11 a.m. and7p.m. Sunday
School and Bible alius 2:80 p. m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at 7,90p.m. Be-
free; strangers oor.ll.il..- Invited.
nl, PAUL'S Ciuncil. John Street,
1*3 Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thomas
Haddon, Pastor. Services ..very Sunday
at 11 a. in. niid 7 p. m. Thursday evenings
at":!M o'clock, seats free; all are coral-
ally invited. Sunday School at 2:30 p. in.
s     UNION. LOMtfS No, «, A. V,
— jfTsa^w- * A* M— The regular Coin*
yL jT mnnleatlous of this Lodge are
/lr\ held on tho first Monday In each'
month. Sojourning brethren are cordial'
ly,nvlt.4U,«tend ^^
fe23-tc Beorotary,
INSURANCE AGENT
A N BVQMSH FIEE INSURANCE
JX Company want au Agent tov New
WnstnililHtor. Must bavo experience
Address, stating age and giving full particular, to "H. O.," Box 120, Montreal.
deem
F-QRSALE. ;
mHB BTEAMER -'SWAN." S9 feet keel,
J. 9 feet beam, 4 ft. 8 In. hold* fltted with
double engines, 8)$xB oyltnderi, also steel
boiler aud shuit (Joint Doty, maker, one
of tlio best miiuufacturers in ConadaK She
Is In real good order and fully equipped.—
Por further particulars,- apply to M. O.
TERHUNE Of W. R. AUSTIN.       dse-iml
WW
AOE8TS. T.H.HIIBEK& CO., Victoria,
dwoeSyl
MAJOR & PEARSON
Real Estate Brokers and
Finnitclal Audits.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life AMoeUtloa of
Toronto.
lUyal a*i Lancashire Flrt Iasur-
■ fence Ocaipantee, •*
■*.Valuable Lota for sale in the City
Dlstrlot or Westminster; and choice
in the City of Vancouver.   ;       ;   '
A property ehoii
unfe-ite
(Ufa
Ofllces: Rank of B.C. building, opposite
post offlce, Westminster, and Hastings St,,
Vancouver.   •    ' dwaplfltc
JUST JRRTO
.-, Per C.F.^Hw.r;
THE' LARGEST AND BEST ASSORT
1   EDSTOCkOE
English, French, Sootoh,
and Iri«n   ■■
SUITINGS
Ever Shown in New Westminster.
WcKtofEnglandBroodclotlis
hnd ltoesklaBmi Ff^ty
TMUMHng.
J. S. MANSON,
Columnl. gt„ 0pp. McKenile St.,
.    .    NF.WwraTMlKSThyt, »>C.
0. E. \
UNO lO'VlVOl.
IB. Willi.
HlTIIT PNiie.
Woodip TsxBir'ft Buddi
LAND 8URVEYOR8,
Eeii Erut*, InnrucB, rinuoiil A^enti
AND CONVEYANCERS.
"IBB.-The Western of Toronto/rue *5t-
i aa, The Oity of London, and Th. Hut-
ford.
MM.-The New York Life Insurance Co,
AOOIDBHT-TheTravellert'ol Hartford
Lasd .wrv.ylsg In .11 Itt hnnehet accurately and promptly carried out,
City slid Suburban Lin*, twr Sale.
Wi can enow a complete llat -of desirable
local tile..
v.raisf L.sdt. Improved and uslta.
proved, throughoutIheSliirlet. >
Mtslsf us stlur StMk bought and
Will.
Mosey t. Iiu on nrtt mortgage at
lowratei.      i.,__	
TSIiSPUORS CAM. No. 38.
P. O. Dsawis W.
WNM,lU*m*MHnf,
OFflll, lUairl llM*.   •   C4UWIM itui*
nkw WEsnimsraR.,
,;.n.—-a,;....
James Ellard £ Co.
Uk.3R.XI
CLEARING OUT
-ALL THEIR-
Spring & Summer Goods!
PRICES MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
LONDON JibUSE,        Columbia St., N, W.
.,,--,'     ..        dwjiyaitc .  ,:,., ;,.' ',;■!;'.
Fi CRAKE,
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL     ,,"
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, AC.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line ot Spectacles & Eye-Glasses in steel, rubber, lilver and got!
framea.  The finott Pebblet mode, $4 per pain all sight! tuited.
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Hiving learned thi
business thoroughly from somo of the finest Horologera in England, and llnce than
managed tho watcn-repalring departments of a few of the best firms on tho continent of America, Is a sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly manager tor nearly 8 yean of the well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate, -
Mobtobal, Deo., 1887.—Mr. F, Crake Andw, Robertson, Esq., Chairman el
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, aavi: "I never found a Watchmaker who did so
well for me u you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry yon aro not here to-day."
dwapmc . '.
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL^ "'. \.:'i
'■'•;:;'■' .'i:1>lifHn.iiii'«Vi ".*•"='
SUNDAY HOllRS.-M0HNiiia, from 8:30 to 11 o'clock.       *     '"'
Aftebkoom, 1 to 3 o'clock.
Evening, 6 to 9 o'clock.
,.    Et PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS will be prepared at any time during
the night by. a competent chemist, who Bleeps on the premises.   Ring the night
bell. .;-'
HERRING'S  DRUG   STORE,
Opp, Teleernph Office,
Colnmbla St.. New Westminster.
dwoeete
D. S. CURTIS & CO. 1
'     WHOLESALE A RETAIL DEALERS IN
Drugs and Medicines!
Telephonic Communication with all the Doctors in the city. Call ou
us any time and we will ring your Doctor up for you.
Open Sundays for tho salo of Medicine only:—MoiisiMi, 9 to 10.30 o'clock;
AntRKobrt, 1 to 3; Evesiso, 8 to 0. ,    . ;,-   , i i   ,'   ,
■« '•-• -^■•BttEiDlOjfiLl.' HA"q^,;;:;,'::
New vre.lmlMler.B.C.Kextr.l.aial IIMel.
, COT THIS OUT AND PASTE IT UP. .     ■   ■   [:-: dwaollto
c. Mcdonough,
. (laDNDBOM'8 BUIIapiNO, FRONT 8TRBET) ,
■oniATi-Bm ut
i
,..    Conatantly on Hand an Eiten.lv. Stook of
Dry Ckroib, Oroeeries, Boots it Shoes, Bats A Cips,
Crockery, Glassware, *tc
Oreat Vsrlety of Household Artlelet,   Alto,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME and  GENERAL 8TORE8.
 ,- ;;' i.a ■- - -...'.. ...'.ii.'.
-   ». «.-Farm Produce bought nt market rate! or wld on eommlsilon,
from th. Interior promptly Attended to.      .
W. & G. WOLFENDEN,
i,    ' SUCCESSORS TO C. Q. NAJOR,
'      iiiroaTEiia Am, niALres in
ChoiiB Family Groceries!
........     BAMS,   BACON  AND  LARD,
Dry drbods,  Clothing,  f&e., &e.
Cslnmbla Street,Mcw Wcstmimter.   dwjiy-sto
CENTRAL   QROOERYt
Holbyook Block,) Columbia Street..
INCLAIR HAS MOVED INTO THE ABOVE BUILDING AND WANTS
to »m .11 hi, old customers ami lots of now ones, as he will nil them ORO-
IBB, CROCKERY, etc., cheaper than ovor.   All our Goodi are firtUlm   .
and ire being loldlH low al Inferior grades.   We strive not to match, bnt to excl.  1
Just to hand—oar of FLOUR, FEED, etc., of tho following hrlndi:
Salem-Patenti*loIler(Ameriein)i Humiarlan, Strong Bakers (OgU-
vie'.ii Premier, Columbia Roller (Spillumcneen);
And it you have not uied the Britiih Columbia Flour do M at once end be convinced that it will make flnt-olais bread and pastry. dwauMlo
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
Thi Columbian Prihtiho Ewabluhiieiit ha. finUlnsi (aojlities Jjnt . i
all kindi of Oommercial Printing. _ Bill Head.  Letter Heidi, Circulars,
Cards, Envelope., Blink Forma of every description, Potters
PriOi Ulll, .to.   Price, will be found
':»...*.» ,.
fia-rt-olau work is done.
as low as at any other office -J]

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