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 Government Printing of"*'
Columbian.
70LUME5
+-M-
NEW WESTMINSTER, R 0., MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1888.
NUMBER 6*
si
HI  WSalalH,
DENTIST.
Boom 11,       -        *        Colonial Hotel.
OrnosHoosa-lOtoi. dfoltc
c
K. 0. BSOWI,
DENTIST,  .
Roow-B. k 0„ onr Bank of Brllltb Coil-amble.
HotT*s-».,m.to»*p. m,     dwJlyiRto
pSBBSIILS tt HeCOLt,
barrihter8,
solicitors, etc.
OfBou. llaaottle Bulldlnga,XewW.Btmln-
•Ur, and Vancouver, B.C.     Jytldwto
tp O. ATKiaSOB,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Ac,
OmcBS-Muonlo Building,
dwflUte. ".'       STewWeatmlnsler, B.O.
TtT  KORHAH BOLB.4.C.,
BARBIBTER-AT-LAV.
land Agent Money to Loan,
Colnmbla St.,
MBa New Wettmlniter, a 0.
/•LOW * VAOLVBB,
ARCHITECTS.
Omos-RoomB,
Over Bank of B.C.,
daunts
Columbia Street,
G,
W. ORABT.
ABOHITEOTj
OmoB-Corner Mary and Clarkaon Sts.
dwfeJJto
-STALIaASDAlBB * 8ANSOM,
ARCHITECTS.
lines Block,
Hasting. St.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
daosoto
TTT1LLIAM R. KINO,
ARCHITECT,
BUILDINO A LAND SURVEYOR,
SANITARY ENGINEER.
Omca-New Masonic Block,
dwaplftto i
hse..*'
Ml
itmlnster.
ALBERT J. HILL,,
M. CAB. Soo. 0. K.
CIVIL ENGINEER,
LAND SURVEYOR and
DRAUGHTSMAN.
omcs-New Muonlc Block,
dwmhllto New Westminster.
w.*
I. WAIKBB A CO.,
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
...   REALESTATE, INSURANCE and
OENBlBAfcAQENTS.
8, Bank Building!, NewWeitmlnster, B.O.
' li Clan Road, Halifax, England.
dwmylTto
' m A   TRAPP,
AUOTIONBEB AND APPRAISER,
Oolsmbls Strut,..i ..New Weitmlnster
. All oommliilon. will receive prompt
•ad careful atte.tlon. ' Beet references
given wheu required. mhU-te
RJ
RAND BROS.
Bll. MTATB BBOKBRS,
0,.T.ru..n, 0.11.et.r.,
Asd.IS.slsso.Ag.stt,
OfflMs.l VICTORIA. Port Street,
'"' MW WaMTHISSTERi Comer
KcKinill and Clarkson Sts.
VANOOUVER, Cordova Street.
BUILDINO LOTS for sale In all Metloni
. of Vancouver and New Westminster City.
PARH LANDS of mperlor quality for
■al. at Obllllwhaok, Tort Hammond,
Langley, Mataqul, Sumas, Mnd Bay, Lad-
oir*. Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
.nd Pitt Blver,
iflM and Plant eiblblted andthefull-
UllrSorm.tiOttnirnl.hed at allouroflloeii
Ti'TT^   i «•*•»* i—i-
WILLIAMS   BROS.
Land Agents ft Surveyors.
riAH8 FBIFARSD. 8IIBYKT8HADK
Largi or Small Sums ol Money Advanced
■ oa Good Hteurltiee, at Reuonable
-   Bate, of Intereit. .
Pari
tt far.Sate ..a Prater Blver, above
aad belaw Hew neslmlaaler.
El
WILLIAMS BROS, are Inconitlnntconi*
Junlcation with Intending nettlers from
ntcUnJ and elsewhere, and havo n-Msclal
faoHlllfli for effecting nalen.
Their charges are lower than any otber
aientfi In the Pro-rlnoe.
QPPICGH-OornerofGmnville nnd Cor-
-ota Street j, and opposite 0. P. It. Station,
VaaeeBver* B. C. dupllml
pt.^n^rplTVOOEL ,/
■ttrames is hereby given that
Al sixty days afterdate we Intend mak-
Ing application loth. Chief Oommlsaloner
ed Lead, and Work, for permission to
Borebau tbe following described lands
•ItuMeon Valdei Iiland,Coast District,
Britiih Columbia;        ,.  :
CoBtmeaolng at.pointon tlie oast boundary, of Lot 17, Cout District, 20 oliBlnl
wulb of th. northeuterly corner of
uid lot, thenoe east « chains, south to
thelkpre line of Vlllago Bay, northeasterly along uid ihon line to the lonlheut
corner of Lot SI, Coast District, north to
the,hon line of Main Lake, along west
.aor. llneof .aid lane northwesterly to
the Sett point where ourtlmbnr leuer'L"
erotae, uid like, thence along our Umber
lean line. In a .generally weat direction
Is a point t> chain, due north of the nnrtli-
•ut comer of Lot 17, Cout District, thence
du.aouthto ohalns tot.be northeast cor-
, nerof Lot 17, Cout District, thenee aouth
I ,0 chain,, eaat to olialus, and soutli 90
,B.ta> to point of com mencement.
royal Orr*Plakibo Willi ro. (Ld,)
By Ihelr agent, 0 K. Wools.
auTdsn
•"" Bifl'ffitf"c
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kindi of the but makes; Cross-cut iff Hand-Saws,
Barbed Wire for'Fencing, ind ill the nocenary Utensils for Fnrniintri
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Block* Rope & Chain in all sizes; Pltcb,
Tar «S Onknm Tamil and Plain Paper fi r BuUdtnci Paints & Oil.
hull colon; Mould Paints Iii all shadei; Floor Paints ready to ute; Grind
Stones). WaliPapop in all duignii Brooms tt Brushes for ill purposes;
Lubricating Ollll Traps of all descriptions, ind a general istortmrat of
Agricultural Implements,
tW Special tttentlon given to orden by mail.
; T. T. TEAEP # £$qj&-
dwJly3to
Columbia Stbbbt, New Westminster.
GRANT & MACLURE,
WHOLESALE A RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS & SHOES
COLUMBIA    STREET,
"fcTe-w*   "^v^esticcvlja.stfsr,   33.   O.
dwjento
A. B. WINTEMUTE
"Buffalo" Boot and Shoe Store.
JUST AltRIVED-A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
New Boots and Shoes
Which will be sold ut Prices to suit every Person,
WINTEMUTE'S BLOCK,    ■   :-   '    COLUMBIA STREET.
dwau20tc
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAND& iraMM AGBNCY.Ld.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.   HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, - 56 Hew Broad St. ■ LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Business of ALLSOP k MASON has been merged iu the above Company
•nd will be carried on by the Company from thia date u a general Land Invettmout
and Insurance Agoniy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates. Town Lots and Farming
Lauds for Sale on easy terms, ,
Victoria, B, C„ May 10th, 1887. •     ,. dWjeTtO
"F.A- H^fEB E8,
3294 AGRB8
-OF-
CHOICE   LAND!
WE ARE ^6W OFFERING FOR SALE
tbe celebrated
. r,'G'i '
MATHERS PROPERTY
Consisting of 5294 acres excellent farming
land, situated on the Fraser River, near
Langley, about 25 miles from Westminster^
in blocks to suit 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 sta-
tipn immediately across the river.
For one month, from September 10,
1888, a competent man will be on the ground
to show intending purchasers the property.
Round trip tickets from Westminster and
Vanoouver furnished intending purchasers
free of charge.
H..A. _v r>
dwauiiio
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Civio OFj-icBitH.-Mayor. Robort Dick-
iimom City Clerk, Opt. Hot-!iibou; Police MngisiriiU', T. C. Alkltmon; Clilef"
Engineer Fire Department, \V. Corbett;
ABHlHtimt, H. Read.
Couht Oywoiavr.—Judge of  tho flu-
{iromc Court, Hon. J. V. Mt-'.'rclgiit- Begin-
ni, W. H. Knldlng; ahfirlir, W.J. Armstrong.
PnoviKciAi, Offiobim. - Government
Agent, ClniH. Wurwlck; ReglKtriirof TlMcti,
R. W. Armelroiig: Htipt. of Provlni-lul
Asylum, Dr. R. I. Bentloy: Bursar of Asylum, 3m. Plillllps; Governor of Central
Pilfton, Wm. Moresby: Steward Royal Columbian Hospital, chas. Dlsby; Immigration Agent, Jno. Sprott; Coroner, W.
1). Ferris.
Dominion Ofkicials.—PoBtinaster, J. C.
Brown: Collector of Customs,.!. H. Chile;
Warden of Penitentiary, A. H. MoHrlilc;
Dominion Land Agent, H.U. \V. Alkinnn:
Crown Timber Agent, T. ti. Ulgglnson;
InHpe'tlor of Flslierles, Thos. Mowat
RbpaesrntativK8.—Henntor, Dr. T. R.
Melnnes; House of CcAnrnoiiH, Donald
Ohlsholm; Provlnclnt uwulatui*e, Gapt.
W. N. Bole, Q. C.
..     MAIIaSI CLOSE  AND ARRIVE.
0L03B
For Can. Pao, Ry.—Dully (except Sunday
and Monday), at 12.80, and on Saturday
(for dispatch .Sunday] at 22,
For Victoria, V. I., nnd Western U. S. Offices—Monday, 12.45; Tuesday, 8.15; Wednesday, 6.30; Thursday, 8.15; Friday,
fl.SO; Saturday, 8,15.
For Vaneouvort Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlet-Daily (except Sun-
ay) at 8.16.
For Ladner's Landing and Lnlu Island—
Monday, 12,43; Wednesday and Friday
6,80.
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre and Lnngley Prairie—Saturday,
For Elgin nnd Mud Bay—Saturday, 12.45.
For Plumper's Pass---Monday, 12.45.
For Nanaimo (direct malt)—Tuesday, 19,
DT7 31
From Can, Pac. Ry.—Dully (oxonpt Sntur-
day) at 14.19.
From  Victoria—Sunday,   Tuesday and
Thursday  10; Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11.80,
From Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlet—Dully (except Sunday) at lfl.
From Ladner's Landing and Lulu Inland
—Sunday, Tuesday and Tliursduy.m,
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie and
LuiiRloy Prairie—Friday, 16.
From Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 11.
From Plumpor's Pass—Sunday, 10.
From Nanaimo (direct mall)—Saturday,
POST OFFICE HOURS:.
General Delivery fromO to 19 (7 p.m.),
Tuesdays, Thursdays nnd Saturdays; 9 to
18, Mondays, Wednesday*! and Fridays—
except when mails are being sorted.
Money OnDEK A Savings Bank.—Dally
—9 ii. m. to 4 p. m„ and from 8 to 7 on
Saturday evenings.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Thii powder never varies. A marvel ot
purity.strengthuiidwhole'ionicn-'Ks. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In competition with tbe
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phoBphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal Baking Powder Co., Me Wnl 1 St.,
New York. 8fely
gailj) British (Eolumbinn
Honday  Evening, wpl. If, imks.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Tug for Sale!
TUG BOAT70FEET; COMPOUND MA-
chlnery, by Enstorn makers.
Aff*WSR8. BEWICKR <fc WUr.FFSOHN,
djafltc l Vancouver, B. C.
Cheap for Cash.
ACRES OF LAND.8 MILES FROM
._ - . Weslmlns(or,onag(Kidronil; first-
clai:K lilgh laud, 100 ncres of It from 4 to 6
feet black loam, the balance alder bottom;
good house and out Inilltthiirs, For further
pnrtlcularfl enquire ut THIS OFFICE.
New West,, June Mb, 11*3.       dwjf.sota
FOR^ALE.
rpHE STEAMER "SWAN," SB feet keel,
1 9 feet beam, 4 ft. 8 In. hold; fitted with
double engines, (,y.x» cylinders, also steel
boiler and shaft (John Doty, maker, one
of tbo best manufacturers in Canada). She
Is tn real good order nnd fully equipped.—
For further particulars, npply to M. G.
TERIUTNE or W. R. AUSTIN.       dfle4ml
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry^MachineWorks
THE PROPRIETORS OP THESE
works have much plcm-nre In notifying their friends and tbe public Unit, thoy
nre now prepared to receivo anil promptly
execute iinv orders for work hi their lino
with which they may be favored.
A.McHElVIE,
Mcchnntcal Manager,
Vanoouver, B.O., 8th May, 1888.
dwmyl21t)
&
TJIOH SAI.fl, A llolIHr.E BlfOflY ANT)
P Hhvihish. Tlio Bugiiy lfl new und Is
in every i-osiicrl rror.il. Tlio Hnrnossls In
koo.1 m-ilt-r.  Also, a
taxXSXSXt, 2MTK.X.,
Collipliitojuul lins lie.'H llsoil ottly a fow
niontlis. OostllK, llllt will bo milil for tlti.
Also,80 Ari'1,13 HOXKli.iiiHllllnrgonillu.
ber of Wti.|iwbor|.y Uoxes^lt u lim-gnlii.
Apply ID     -MAJOR * PKARSON,
Renl Ilslnte Airenls,
Bank of B. C. Blook. dwsellte
The longest tunnel in the world,
it ia believed, and which is now in a
completed state, is that which drain,
the Sclieimiitz mines in Hungary.
It is about ten and one-fourth miles
in length, or about a mile longer
than the St. Gothard, and it haa a
height of nine feet ten inches and a
breadth of five feet three inches.
The latest thing in "automatics"
is a gas meter which givei vou one
penny's worth of gas when you drop
li penny into the slit. Whether
there is u larger size, we have not
heard, but a penny at a time in thii
country would mean pretty close attention to the meter. The householder will be relieved from the incubus of tbe gas bill, and will know
that he is getting his penny's worth
for his penny; but he will have to
he careful that his meter ii not
robbed. Tapping gas meters will
probably become one of the steps in
the education of juvenile burglars.
The United States consul at Bey-
rout reports that a few months ago
a party of Germans, under the
patronage of their government, began excavations in a mound at the
foot of the Anianus, (a mountain
two days' journey south of ilarash
in the Valayct of Aleppo,) and have
discovered some 50 blocks of black
basalt with bas-reliefs of men and
animals, constituting the basement
story of a large palace. These sculptures bear unmistakable characteristics of Hittite art, but no Hittite
inscriptions have yet been found.
In the court of the palace was discovered a colossal statue of Sardan-
apalus covered with Assyrian cuneiform inscriptions. The Germans
are still pushing forward their excavations in eager expectation of more
important discoveries.
Says an exchange: The revolt
against the classical system of education is extending to England. It
is a significant sign of the ohange
coming over the educational thought
of the country that th. Ber. Dr.
Abbott, the head master of the Oity
of London school, has recommended
that the study of Latin in the middle school should be suppressed in
two of the three forms, and additional instruction bo given in French,
English, history, and geography.
The recommendation hai been endorsed by a special committee appointed to enquire into tbe subject
by the city corporation, and tbey
have added a suggestion that German should be made a regular and
compulsory study for the. upper
.port of the sixth form who have
attained a sufficient degree of efficiency in French.
This is th. way the "national
game" strikes the funny man of the
New York Tribune: To see a hot-
culean figure suddenly go into momentary convulsions; to see th. ball
he had held in his hand dart through
the air with force enough to break
an ox's skull; to see the batter swing
his club and hit the missile squarely,
which means a single point of a
sphere has hit a single point of a
cirole; to see it plunge into the air
or whizz across the field; to see the
striker tear along to his first objective, point as if chased by the furies;
to see the hall descend plump into
the extended palm of an alert fielder,
or to see its course cut short by tbe
daring hand of a shortstop who
thereupon hurls it over to the point
whither the striker il aiming, so that
even his flying feet are outstripped
in the race—this is a speotuole over
which a wooden man should be
ashamed not to enthuse.
"The red planet Mars" lim had a
good deal of public attention lately—
changes apparent in the markings
on his surface having attracted attention. Of course there is a good
deal of guesswork almut what wu
may cull tho minor details of astronomy. It seems pretty certain tlmt
Mars has a thin, almost or entirely
cloudless atmosphere, aud that lln:
atmosphere contains water vapor,
shewing the presence of water ou
his surface. Whether the marking,
called "ocoans," "lakes" and no forth
are really water ia another question,
and the same uncertainty exists
about the white spots supposed to
represent the polar snows, One
puzzle remains unsolved, Some
48,000,000 miles farther from the
sun than we are, and with a thinner
air, Mars ought to be "cold enough
to freeze the fairies," But instead
of boing covered with an armor of
ice, he seems tn have much smaller
cold spots at the poles than we have,
allowing for difference in size.
Where does his heat come from 1—
that is the puzzle.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCtiloria
BY TELEGRAPH.
Tarkny « Her DlinllyFeuial. Slug.
Sirs Maud up fur Neve. Bounds..
Hew IfglHlioiui',.
Terr, PellUm not Granted, a Sensible
BeclaloS>.A Nov.nt.nt In Hops--
Vaekt Wrecked.
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
FEMALK rt'OILISrS.
Br-TAio, N.Y., Sept. 17.—An exciting prize fight occurred early thii
morning between Mra. Hattie Leslie,
a young married woman in thii city,
aud MUt Alice Leary, ol Bradford,
Pi. Both were itrong young person!,
under 30 yean of age, and have had
ooniiderable experience j in sparring
■nd showed considerable science.
the fight occurred on Navy Island in
the ' Niaeara river. Seven rattling
roundi were fought. Mn. Leslie
being teennded by Leblinohe, "the
marine," and Miu Leary by Billy
Baker. Mrs.liesliewonintlieiereiith
round on a terrific right liunilur delivered between the eyas of her op
ponent. Both were badly punished:
Mrs. Leslie having two black eyes and
Mill Leary one. The fight wm wit-
netted by about 50 sports. The stakes
were (500 a lide and the female
champion,liip of the world. " I could
have knocked her out in the 3rd
round," laid Mn. Leslie, while dressing with her hutband'i assistance, "but
I wanted to keep up the excitement.
She only hit me four times, but they
counted. These were on tlie mouth
end one between the eyes." "Iquit,"
laid Miss Lear,, "and she will tell
you io privately. She knows I wanted
her to win so she might make money
by it. Poor thing, she kiion-s she
can't knock mo out. I only hit her
four times, for I oouid not bear to do
it.  She will tell you I wai not licked."
CLOSED THEIR SDOrs.
Paris, Sept 17.—In consequence of
tbe municipal decree lowering the
price of bread, the bakers of St. Denii
have doted their shopi, Tlie working people, becoming incensed, plundered some of the shops, and a few
hive been reopened. Great excitement prevails and many arrests have
been made.
FiaHTISO  FOR PASHENGEUS.
New York, Sept. 17.—At Castle
Garden, this afternoon, about two hundred frightened immigrants were hustled about, owing to a diiputo between'
railroad men, one lido claiming the
other aide had stolen a barge full. The
excitement lasted nearly au hour,
when Commissioner Stephenson accidentally appeared and itraightened
out matters for the immigranta.
CYCLONE ATSBA.
New Yobk, Sept. 17.—The French
steamship La Bourgoy ne, which arrived
to-day from Havre, experienced a terrific cyclone from the weit on Wodnei-
day which lasted thirty-six houn.
During Ihe itorm part of the ship's
bridge wis carried away and the boats
were started from their fastenings,
Yeiterdiy morning a seaman fell from
aloft overboard, striking the rail in
his descent, and was lost.
PRESIDENTIAL POLITICS, f
Washuiotos, Sopt. 17.—Eeportt
coining into the capital frqm different
points are of an encouraging nature
lot the republicans. Quito an animated war hai broken out. among local
democratic politician! in the old dominion. Tho republican! are quite
gleeful over the renewed oppositiou of
President Cleveland to the abolition
of the tobacco tax, and hints in the letter of acceptance of General Harrison
in favor of the Blair educational bill.
The trouble hat been made worse be-
cauaeof the active adrocacy of local
democratic speakers in favor of thete
two propositions. They have, in fact,
devoted most of their time to arguments in lupport of the total abolition
of tbe tobacco tax, and in the case of
the Blair educational bill there is a
docided feeling among the people in
its favor. Congressman Goff, of Wost
Va., atid lo-iiioht that there wis little
quettion in hit mind that the republicans would carry tho state in the fall.
The trouble among tho republican! of
the Petersburg district hll been settled and tbe rank and file will vote
for Harrison and protection. Congressman Goff laid they wore counting
on decided gains in congressmen. This
idea of putting forth their heststrength
for congressional district* is actively
siipporlod by Mahone, who says that
it is certain to bring forth great results,
while the outco:no of the presidential
vote in tho state is much inure in doubt,
EAltrilQUAKE.
San Jose, Sopt. 17.—A sharp earthquake awi.lio nearly every perron iu
this city at 3:48 this morning. The
vibrations wero from north to south
nnd lasted one minute.
wheat.
Livebpool, Sept. 17.—Wheat, no
enquiry; 7s. lOd. ® 8s. 6d.
Chicago, Sept. 17.— Whoat, Sept:,
041, DO'i Oct. 80J, 031; Nov.,Oi', 93".
New York, Sept. 17 Wheat, cish,
941, 99; Oc„ 982;  Nov. 1003; Dec,
1018,100|; May, 105}, 105}.
NEW LIGHTHOUSES.
San Fbanoisco, Sept. 17.—Major T.
J. Blakoley, superintendent of the life
laving service on this coast, Bays he is
in receipt ef the news that plint for
the new station! proposed on the
northwestern cout, and alterations to
the old ones aro at present receiving
the attention of the tccretary of the
treaiury. The following are some of
the proposed improvements most likely to bo favorably considered: improvement of tho station at Capo Disappointment ; removal of station from
Indian reservation at Noah Bay to
Wyidda Island, and the erection of .
new ttation at the mouth ot the Oolumbia River near Fort Stevene.
coast work,      i
San Francisco, Sept. 17 Prof.
Davidaon, of the Coast and Goedetic
survey, answering a question aa to the
probable work of the northweitern
coast, soys everything depends on th.
fate of the sundry civil service bill,
The survey office will be guided .ntiro-
ly by an appropriation, though no
doubt ooniiderable important work remains |o be done in and around Columbia river. Th. work at Gray'a
Harbor ii finished.        '
rise in hops. .
San Frbncisco, Sept. 17.—Thero
was a vory active movement in bona
last month for eastern pointa. 'The
local market hoi been quite itrong, io
much ao that buyers and ieller.1 have
been lome diatanoe from quotation!.
It ii believed the maintenance of prioei
here il due to reports that the, English
crop ii a partial failure. A prominent
local dealer, commenting on the preient market and high prevailing price.,
nayi the English mirkot practilslly
control! the price of hop. in thii
country and in Germany. He oliimi
that the preient itock of hops ii quit.
large and he comiders investment under ruling ratet rather speculative. In
proof of hii statements he ahowid .
postal press reporter . telegram from
hii Chicago lalearnin, in whioh It wai
itated he bod made a tender for .
large quantity of hopi, leaion 1888, at
18 cent! without haying effected a sale.
The total shipments for the month are
about 5,000 bales of '87.
terry must remain.
San Francisco, Sept. 17.—The petition of D. S. Terry in the (7. S.
court for the reconsideration and revocation of judgment in the matter of
contempt at tlie time of the decision of
demurrer in euit against the Sharon
estate, came up this morning. Justice
Field rendered the opinion the court
held that the eentenoe, instead of
being exceuive, was not comrueniurate
with the gravity of ihe offence. The
opinion traverse! tbe petition, and
says that the claim of Mr. Terry wai
indiicreet, as it ia to be construed as
admitting the offence. It alio recitci
the conduct of Judge Terry in the
court room and in the marstnuTa office
aud the expression! uied by him in referring to Justice Field and to Judge
Sawyer. The court for these retnoni
refutes to modify judgment, Justice
Field also alluded to th, in.ov.meBt
mide by Terry when ho placed hii
hand in nil vest, laying hii evident in-
tention wai to draw a weipon. Hii
resistance and attack on the'marshal
waa the highest indignity arid insult
that could be offered the government
When ttws and itripes ire fired upon
it ii considered in intuit to the emblem of the nition. The intuit on
the marshal wu alio in Intuit on the
government, md the court, therefore,
with proper regard to iti own dignity,
the majesty of the liw and necessity
of impressing upon all men that forcible resistance to the lawful orden of
the U. S. court! will not go unpunished, refuiei to modify the sentence.
fever on shipboard.   -
San Francisco, Sept 17.-The itr.
Cosmopolii ipoke on the 15th instant
the barkentine Ella,, bound tor Ban
Luii Obispo, with Six of her craw
down with fever. Auiitsnce wu offered but declined.
The German birk Euterpe, which
arrived thil morning, made th. futest
time on record between Cardiff: snd
thii port; time, 84 dayi, Th. previous
best time wu 96 dayi, made, by the
Miry Anna. The occaaion wu celebrated by a banquet, at which CIiui
Spreckeli presented her captain with a
•ilk flag. The Euterpe n a four matter
iron bark.       . ■'.
Oapt. Lewii, of the batkentina-Wsb-
foot, report! a tchooner uhore it
Gray1! Harbor.
The itr. Caracu wai sold (hii morning to th. Oregon Development Co.,
and will run to Yuquina Bay.        ■'
YACHT WRICKED.
San Fbanoisco, Sept, 17, — The
yacht Ariel wu wreaked yesterdsy on
Fiih Rook, near Bowen'i Landing,
while on her wiy to Aluka en a
pleasure fishing trip. The tug Wiiard
tried to pull her off, but ahe wu too
far on the rocks. She will Ibe a total
lots.
The Tammany ipecial committee,
consisting of 0, A. Burkley, Dr. G.W.
Look, E. A. O'Connor, M. Sohmittand
,1. F. Dunne, left thii morning to tt-
cort Hon. Thoi. F. Grady, of Georgia,
to thu city. There will be su impromptu procettion thil evening, st
which the Flambeau Club, band, .to.,
will eicort the visitor from the roomi
of the Tammany Club to the Metropolitan Temple, where hi ii to deliver
u speech.
WHEAT   FIRMER. ,
San Fbanoisco, Sept. 17. -^ Th.
wheat market showed a firmer tone to*,
day and closed firm for spot This ii
mainly due to tho nnivol of a llrge
number of doep water vessels. Up to
the present time thirteen vessels h.vw
entered this port since morning. Tssi
recovery in prices ii due to hope, tsat
those arrivals will cause . marked.d..,
cline in freight! to. tho United -King*,
dom.
WILL NOT RECONSIDER.        ' " . }
Washington, D. C.,' Sept. 17.—TW
senate refuted to reconsider the Chinese bill by a vote of: Ayes, 20; nays,
Delta Council.   ar!o
Council met at the Delta town Hall ou:
Saturday, Sept, 8th.    Preient—Conn.
Ladner in the chair, and Conn.. Arthur,
Benson, Burr, and Pybui.   Wm. MoKe.
waa appointed clerk, assessor and ool-,
lector.    Notice wu given to Introduce
the following bylaws at next mttottugt'
Coun. Benson,—revenue, return' of' assessment, court of revision, and ward by. -
law; Conn. Arthur,—pound bylaw asd
loan bylaw for sV3,000| Cun, Burr,— i,
rules of order bylaw.   Jot, Jordan wis
appointed constable. A donation of I1M
wat voted to the Delta agricultural 10-f i
clety.   Counoil then idjoumed.
],i....n iiipti tin.; .
If.fiU   111    ff.li-lt gail?) §ritialv Columbian
■isdjur EveslBi. aepl. 11. IMS.
In our advertising columns will
be found an advertisement stating
that the annual exhibition of the
British Columbia Agricultural Asso-
cion will be held at the agricultural
hall and grounds, Beacon Hill, Victoria, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 1th, 5th and 6th. Applications for entries, ifcc, must be
made to Thos. Russell, secretary.
Admission to the hall and grounds
for non-members will be 50 cents,
and children 25 cents. We suppose
there will be family and season
tioketi also. Now that so many are
coming anil going and it has become
quite the fashion to take a run over
to Britiih Oolumbia from nearly all
parti of the world, it may be expected that a larger assemblage than
usual will be present at our annual
exhibition noxt month, more especially if we are favored with regular
B. 0, Ootobor weather on that occaaion. The exhibition lite il by no
meani central, it ii true, but suoh
are the preient arrangement! that
every alternate year the farmers of
the mainland muat ship themselves
and their exhibits away down to the
extreme corner of "land's end," as it
were, and it is to be hoped that their
enthusiasm and patriotism may once
more turvive the ordeal, and that
the farmers and other exhibitors of
the mainland will vie with their
iiland brethren iu making the approaching annual fuir a success. The
trip to the island oity will not be altogether a drawback, as it will constitute a pleasant break in the monotony which probably affeots the
lives of farmer! and their families
as well as those of other people, and
Victoria will be found to be a pretty
little city, whose people show no end
of hospitality to strangers. We
would remind the directors who belong to this oity that the exhibition,
in the present order of things, will
be held here next year, and it is to
be hoped that this fact may not be
overlooked, as was done on a former
occasion, as the result of indifference
on the part of those who might have
been expected to look after the interests of the city.
The attention of the oivilized
world is just now, more than usually,
being drawn Africa-wards. Major
Bartellot haa been treacherously
murdered by hit head Arab servant.
If jli-ffitM,^, thit Stanley has
luffered n, limilarfate. Expeditions
—Engliih and German—are organizing to aearch for Stanley and Emin
Bey, and it ia to be hoped that the
"dark continent may be forced soon
to give up some of its secrets, regarding the brave, self-devoted men that
have been swallowed up in her
depths. Something about Emin
Bey, in a*l»ose ,ii»terest Stanley or-
ganized hia relief expedition so many
monthi ago, may be of interest. The
name would . imply that he was a
Turk, but most of our readers probably know that he is a German. Hia
real name is Edward Sohnitzen, his
father being a merchant of Oppeln,
in Prussian Silesia, where the celebrated explorer was born in March,
1840, making him now not much
past b.U prime. His student years
were paised in Neisse, and the Bres-
lau and Berlin universities. Having
completed his medical studies in the
latter university in 1864 a strong
desire for travel led him to look for
employment in a foreign country, and
before long he was in Turkey on the
staff ot Hakki Pasha whom, until
hia death in Constantinople in 1873,
he accompanied on his official journey!, and* in this way became thoroughly acquainted with Armenia,
Syria and Arabia. In 1875 a fit of
home liokness drove him home, but
he could not be content to remain
•nd during the next year he entered the Egyptian service under
the name of Dr. Emin Effendi, and
wss ordered off to act as ohief medical officer under General Gordon
who was then Governor-General of
the equatorial province of the Sou-
din. Gordon, quick to recognize
the value of a gifted man, employed
him at once on diplomatic missions
•nd lent him on tours of inspection
through the newly-annexed districts,
and in March, 1887, when he hini-
ael* wu appointed Governor-General
of the whole Soudan and removed
hia headquarters from Gondokoro to
Khartoum, left Emin in his place as
Governor of the equatorial province.
Dr. Falkin, a friend of Emin Bey,
esyiof him: "He banished the remaining slave-dealers, substituted
native for Egyptian soldiers, was
chief doctor, road-maker, builder,
directing agriculturist, promoter of
commerce, and manufacturer. He
added large districts to his province
not hy the use of the sword, but by
personal negotiations with the chiefs.
He made immense collections of
plants and birds and beaiti from
which he enriched the museums of
the cities of Europe." By the year
1882, imtead ot the annual deficit
of one hundred tnd sixty-three
thousand dollars which met him during bit fint year of office, he had a
lurplui of forty thousand dollars and
during th. lost five years he has
•ingle-handed held hii province safe
•mid the wars and tumults around
it. On on. side he has had the Arab
emiuaries of the Mahdi, triumphant
over the defeat of the English and
the death of Gordon;, and on the
other tie blood-thirsty young king
KaWOfB of Uganda, the terrible per
secution in whoso territory had its
crowning in tho tragic death of Bishop Hannington. From February,
1883, to December, 1885, he heard
not even one word from Khartoum,
and not until February, 1886, did;
he learn of .the fall of the city and
Gordon's death. Never so long as
Emin Boy lives will General Gordon
lack a monument, for in him his
spirit lives. When he learned a
year ago that an expedition for his
rescue, headed by Stanley, had started across the continent he wrote:
"If a relief expedition conies to us,
I will on no account leave my people. Wo have passed through troublous times together, and I consider
it would be a shameful act on my
port wero I to desert them. They
are, notwithstanding all their hardships, brave and good, with the exception of the Egyptians, * * * All
we would ask England to do is to
bring about a better understanding
with tho Uganda, and to provide us
with a safe way to the coast. That
is all we want. Evacuate our territory! Certainly not." In another
part of the same letter he says:
"The work that Gordon paid for
with his blood, I will strive to carry
on, if not with his energy and genius,, still according to his intentions
and in his spirit. When my lamented chief placed the government of
this country in my hands, he wrote
to me, —'1 appoint you for civilization and progress sake.' I have doue
my best to justify the trust he had
in me; and that I have to some extent been successful, and have won
the confidence of tho natives, is
proved by the fact that 1 and my
handful of people have held our own
up to the present day in the midst
of hundreds of thousands of natives.
I remain here the last and only representative of Gordon's staff. * * *
Shall I now give up the work because a way will soon be open to the
const? Never." As to the work
which Emin Bey is doing among the
natives, it may be remarked in a
general way, that ho is introducing
civilizing and Christianizing influences among them, teaching them
how to develop their natural resources, and organizing them military
fashion, thus enabling them to protect themselves against the slave-
trading fiends. Altogether he is
doing a great and noble work. The
world will trust that the brave Stanley, who went to Emin Bey's relief,
may not have met tho hard fate
which it is now feared has befallen
him.
Children Cryfor Pitcher1 • Castoria
TIT O. T. IT—REGULAR MEETING
VV • every Wednesday afternoon At 3
o'clock at tbe W. C. T, U. Headquarters
(over Cunningham A Itnltlrs Rhop),Pout-
Ins 8t. Loyal Legion In tbe same place
every Friday afternoon. dauaitc
BAPTIST CHURCH, Agnes Htreet,
East of Mary Street. Lord's Day
Servli.08 ut 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath
fleboot amlBlble Class at 2:30 p. in. All
seat, free; strangers cordially welcomed.
—Rev. Tbos. Baldwin, pastor.
METHODIST CHURCH, Oddfellows'
New Hail. Rev. J. It. White, Pastor.
KeiTlces til 11 n, in, nnd 7 p, ni. Sunday
School and Bible Class 2:30 p. in. Prayer
Meeting on TliursilnyN at 7.:»p.m. Seats
free; Mrangers oonllally Invited.
C[T. PAUL'S OIU11CII. John Street,
Q Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thomas
Hnddnii, Pastor. Services every Sunday
at 11 u. in. und 7 p. m. Thursday evenings
at 7:30 o'clock. Seats free; all are cordially Invited. Sunday School at 2:30 p. m.
A UNION LOI1UK No. «, A. F.
*. A. *!.—The regular Communications of thla Lodge are
held on the drat Monday lu each
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend
PETER GRANT,
fe23-to Secretary.
Job printing of all kindi neatly dont
it the Columbian office, Plied will be
found as low u at any other office In
the province.— Adv.
w
•fcTOTICB.
HEREAH MY WIFE, MARGARET
,, GIBSON, has leftmy bedand board
without un v provocation whatever, tliis in
to notify nil persons not to trust heron
my account., as I will not pay any debts
which she may contract
JAMES GIBSON.
Chilllwhack, August 4,1888.     dwau7m3
•fcTOTICB
HENRY VTDMONDS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
CONVEYANCER, REAL E8TATE
—ash—
INSURANCE AGENT
HAS REMOVED
—TO HIS—
VEW AKD EXT£\SIVE PREMISES
—is—
BANK BUILDINGS
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER,   •   B.C.
Opp. 1'ohI offlce and next door to the
Bunk of British Columbia,
PROPERTY FOR SALE
IS A 1.1. 1-AltTH OF THK
City and Dlstrlot of New
Westminster,
-AND—
CITY •» VANCOUVER
AOINT FOR
The Canada life Insurance Co.,
The National Fire Assurance Co..
The Norwich Union Fire Ininrsnce
Society.
nrlMBi Effected an Beal Raiatl at
Bei.OMlt.te Bale,.
ESTABUSHED, A.D., 1864.
dieiByl
A Creaking Hinge
Is dry and turns hard, until oil is applied,
after which it moves easily. When the
Joints, or hinges, of the-body arc stiffened
and inflamed by Rheumatism, thoy cannot ho moved without causing tho most
excruciating pains. Ayer's SarooparMa,
hy its action on tho blood, relieves this
condition, and restores the joints to good
working order.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla has effected, in our
city, many most remarkable cures, in
cases which baffled the efforts of tho
most experienced physicians. 'Were it
necessary, I could give tho names of
many Individuals who havo booncmed
by tailing lliis medicine. In my coso it
lias worked wonders, relieving ino of
Rheumatism,
after being troubled with it for years, In
this, and all othor disomies arising from
impure blood, there is no remedy with
which I am ncmi-Untod, that nlTurds such
roliof as Ayor's Sarsaparilla. — It. U.
Lawrence, itt. I)., Baltimore, Md.
Ayer'a Sarsapurilla cured mo of Gout
and lUieiunutitiin, when nothing else
would. It has cradifiitfid every Iraco of
disease from mv system. — R, II. Short,
Manager Hotel Bulniunt, Lowell, Mass.
I was, during many months, a sufferer
from chronic Rheumatism. The disease
afflicted mo griovously, in spite of all the
remedies I could find, until I commenced
using Aver'a Rarsapnrillfl. I took several Bottle* of this preparation, and waa
speedily restored to health.—J. Frearo,
Independence, Va. tt
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
Prepared hy Pr, J. 0. Ayer&Co., Lowell,Man.
Sold by nil s>ru8gUt«.   PrlceOl; sli bottles, %%.
WANTED.
A YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT
housework,   A desirable situation.
Apply to, or address "X," at this offlce.
dseHtS
TENDERS
ItS. BE RECEIVED AT THE OP-
floe of the undersigned, next the
Bank of British Columbia, until MONDAY, 3111.Inst., at Dp. ra., for the erec
tlon of a
7BSlaHI
On tlie Wharf on Block Two. The lowest
or any tender not necessarily accepted,
dselttd HENRY V.EDMONDS,
New Westminster Southern Ry
Northern Terminus.
MESSRS. \V. J. WALKER A COMFY
have lots for sale la the eity from
800 upwards.
Also, Immediately adjoining the City
limits from $£"> upwards; nud a few re*
malntng lotB ut Sapporton at 8100 on very
easy terms.
Also, Farming Lnud in Surrey Municipality, ilear the international boundary,
and nloiig the llneof railway; and Acre
Lotsat Brownsville In first-class situations
at profitable rates.
Intending Investors aro invited to call
immediately, before prices are advanced.
The advertisers oiler their Services as
agents for t he PURCHASERS of property,
and as such wit) give the fullest information and advice to their best ability, to
strangers nnd others, respecting any proposed Investment iu land, whether In
their own hands tor sale, or otherwise,
8 Bank Buildings, City. dw7aute
W. E. FAL.ES,
PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER.
Embalming a Specialty.
Dealer In Wooden and Metallc Bnr-
lal Caskets, Funerals conducted.
A full line of Coffin Trimmings always on
hand. Parties ttt a distance supplied at
shortest notice Satisfaction guaranteed in every particular,
dwocitc Columiia St. Ntw Wut.
HISTOGENETIC SYSTEM
The Entire Revolution of
Medicine-
T\R. JORDAN'S HISTOGENETIC SYS-
JL/ tern of Medicines cures Paralysis,
Blindness, Deafness, Rheumatism, Asthma, Neuralgia, Bronchitis. Catarrh, Erysipelas, Blight's Disease, Heart Disease,
Dropsy, and all chronic complaints, Fo-
ven-.Smalt Pox,Piles, Dyspepsia, Measles,
DIptherlH, '"anuer, Consumption, Epilepsy, Ulceration of Bono, Whooping Cough,
Cholera Infantum,Croup, Prolapsus Uteri,
and all female comnlafnts. The system
Is simple. The medicine rebuilds the diseased cells and tissues of the body with
the same proximate principles, and fer-
ments.Organle Uotilcsund soon which are
normally prepared In the body by the
glnnds. For sale hy
dSmitc M. DE8BRISAY.
J. A. LANCWITH
Real Estate,
AOBHT.
MMEINBESTCOMMS
rnoMrr attention given to am.
COMMISSIONS.
MINING STOCK BOUGHT AND BOLD
ON COMMISSION,
03T3TIOS1: Nrkcnxle HI., sear folnm-
bla It.* Westminster,     dwauSOml
TO SAW MILL MEN.
The Wm. Hamilton Mfg Co. Ld.
Peterborough, Out.
Manufacturers of
GAM, ClIOUUI All HlAVV BAMO lAW Milt,,
For the convenience of their British Columbia friends, have appointed
Messrs. F. G. Strickland & Co.
MlilWIIIOIITS MD MtCHUHIMl ehcikers,
vrnrniMTEB,
Their Sole Aginttfor thii Province,
We are now bnlldlni a special llneof
Machinery lor till! country, equal to anything built on tho American cont Bent.
Before making any changes you will do
well to oorreepondwlth our agents,
aiiMwte
.WM.HAMII,TOH,Bi;.
Pretldint,
TIMETABLE
Str. "Clndys,"
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, WILL
leave for Cliin.wliaek and way pieces
onTUESDAYS THURSDAYS aud SATURDAYS, at 7 a. m., returning on the fol.
lowing iIavk. Forallfurthei Information
apply on board, or to
W. B. TOWNSEND,
dmyOtc On the Whnrf.
FOR SALEOR LEASE.
A FARM CONTAINING GfiO ACRES
A Prairie Land, 5 mites from Port
Moody, 8 miles from Westminster; communication by water, rail or wagon-road,
Can be purchased with or without stock.
Terms easy.—Apply to
A. Mo LEAN,
Plit Meadows;
or to SHANNON A HALL
dwaulSto Vancouver.
■p-EiCEJ-N-i-x:
OOU7A1VT
OP    LONDON,   ENGLAND.
One ol the Oldest and Best
Companies in the World.
POLICIES ISSUED  AT   THE Lowest rates, aud uo combination with
any other Companies.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
djefrto Aobst.
MAJOR & PEARSON
Real Estate Brokers and
Flnancinl Agents.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life Assoc tatlon of
Toronto.
lloyal and Lancashire Fire Insurance Corapanlest
KLVnlnablo Lots for saio In the City
and District of Westminster; and choice
Lots In tho City of Vancouver.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city or
rurnl property should communicate with
us.
Offices! Bank of B.C. building, opposite
postoffleo, Westminster, nnd Hastings St.,
Vancouver. dwap!6tc
POUT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOOK on hand In great
variety.
Everything flrst-class nud furnished In
good shape.
as. Send 15 eta. for valuable 60-nngo Descriptive Catalogue with 8 beautiful colored plates.  Price Lists sent free.
G. W. HENRY,
dwdeUte Port Hammond, B. C.
UMfiuu&SlI
HAVING OPENED ON
Front Street, 0pp.C.P.N.Wharf,
■\X/ISHES TO INFORM THE PEOPLE
v v of Westminster that they are pre-
pared to sell
Choice Family Groceries and
Clothing-,
At LOWEST PRICES.  Cull and Inspect
our Stock before purchasing clsowhei
and you will save money by It.
dae7ml N. C. McKEEN A SON
xtxfnjw
Statiflury ft Faaoftadi
STOKE.
MISS   PEEBLES
INTENDS TO OPEN ON THE Oth SEPTEMBER, in the new
QUEEN'S HOTEL BUILDINO,
rocently erected by Mr. Duncan, a General Stationery and Fancy Goods Store,
Being thoroughly experienced In the
trade, and having mode arrangements to
get regular supplies direct Irom theEng.
llsh and foreign market., she hopes to receive tho support of the citizens of N.w
Westminster ami surrounding dl-trlcu.
A large variety of CHUI8TMAS CARDS
and CHOICE FANCY GOODS unii FINE
ART PUBLICATIONS lire now on tho
way nud will lie received lu time for th.
Christmas tn.de.
The Goods will be marked nt the lowest
prices FOR CASH ONLY.        dwselml
Gunsijuns!
RIFLES,   0EKHVEBS,
Ammunition, Reloading Tools,
Flslilii': Tackle.
ALL KINDS OF SPOTTING GOODS,
■EM, BEAVER AND All OTHER TRAM.
lnui
A SPECIALTY.
A fine lino of Cutlery, Pipes, Bar Goodi,
Fancy Goodi, ao.
our Tho li.ip.oflt assortment of Single
anil Double, Breech and MuKile-Ioadfn.
MlllT-HIJNH In the province, from li up
KitlOO.   W. W. Greener Guns.
S. H. WEBB,
AUCTIONBKB A Api'BAlSBn.
New Westminster, B. C.       dwsoloml
Ml McRAE.
Merchant Tailor,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A FULL LINE
TWEED SUITINGS
Overcoiit Ing.Trouserl iib and
Fancy Vesting.
SB- We keep a large nnd select stoek of
everything that la found In any flrst-elaea
Tailoring Establishment,
Oppobiti Colonial Horn
COIBMBIA 8t.,   .   NSW WlOTMIlflTIB.
NOTIOIL
PRICES OF ROUGH LUM-
ber have been established
on the basis of $u per thousand feet. A detailed price list
will be sent oh application.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
I Limited!.
' BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO. [Ld.]
dwaelSml
dwmhatlo
JEST ARRIVED
Per C. P. R.t
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORT
ED STOCK OF
, French, Sertoli,
and Irish
SUITINGS
liver Shown In New Westminster.
Power of Attorney.
DURING  MY ABSENCK FHOM TUB
Province, Mr. John O. Brown, Post-
masler, holds ray Power of Attorney, uud
Is authorized to represent me In any m.iu
of my rcul cstu'e in (he city or district,
dselOml        WILLIAM* CLARKSON. *
House for Sale!
MRS.  EMMA-  GOLD OFFERS HER
benaiiral  residence,  situated on
al Avenue, opposite Capt. Irvlng's—
the' "Nob Hilt" of Westminster—on rea-
■onablo terms.—Apply direct to
daulTtc MRS. EMMA GOLD.
Dress-Making!
Misses McDODGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
SS" satlafaetion guaranteed.      da'plnta-
West of England Broadcloths
and Doeskins and Fancy
Trousering.
I S. MANSON,
Colsinliln St., Opp. McKenite St.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
dnplSto
C. E. WOODS A. G. GAMBLE.
Laid Suhveyoi. Wtmv "num.
Woodip Tdziw ft BubUb
LAND SURVEYORS,
l|.IUW«UH|i
AND CONVEYANCERS.
AGKHaCTTS  "FOR
FIRH.—The Western of Toronto/The Mt-
nn, Tbe City of London, and The Hartford.
LIFE.—Tbe New York Life Insurance Co,
ACCIDHNT-TheTravellcre'of Hartford
Laud Surveying iu all its branches accurately and promptly carried out.
City and Suburban Lauds for Sale*
We can show a complete list of desirable
localities.
Farming Lands, Improved and unlm-
prove j, throughout the district,
flllulug and other Stack bought and
sold.
Money to Lonn ou'Ural mortgage at
low rates. _^	
Telephone Call No. 33,
'    P. O. DBA wer W. ;■
WOODS, WR™ & GAMBLE,
Qffioi, Eluid's Blook,  •  Columiia Stiiit
new westminster.
dmbUte
FOR SALE.
House tt Lot
CORNER BLACKWOOD AND CARNARVON STREET3.
One of the Flnett Locations in the City,
PRIOB, sasoo.
a *^J^Tt*\3:
OV THREE HUNDRED AND TWENTY ACRES.
House, Barn; 40 acrca fenced and under
cultivation,
<rauoii,M,ooa  ;
SlOOOCuh; Balance on longtime,
A jlTAJEHjXI.
OF TWO HUNDRED AND FORTT
ACRES.
100 acres good Prairie; Balance oailly
cleared.   Good Barn aad other Improvements,
JPJRXO-B, B3BOO.
Fart down; Balance on time.
Alio—a number of Wagons. BtlZ-
Sles, Slelehs. Harness, Cattle,
lorscs,&c.
CALL ON OR ADDBB8S
HENDERSON BROS.,
djellto
OHtLLIWHAOK.
SO  OO.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AMD	
Financial Agents
Purchase, Sell and Lease Pro*
perty,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And tranaact all BuBintu.reLtting to
Heal Estate.
— AGENTS FOR f'|
London Annrsnce Corporation.
coniioctioBt lin i iMimee oo, of
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Coast District, Province of 'British Colnmbla:
No. 1.—Commencing at the N. E. corner
of Lot 34, Range 1 (Vuldcj* Island); thenee
cast ten (ID) chains, south to shore line of
Hoskyn inlet, thence uurUiwesterly along
shore line of Hoskyn Inlet and Village
bay to the 8. E. corner of Lot JM, thence
along its. eastern boundary to point of
commencement — containing about 80
acres.
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for timbering purposes, on the following
described tracts of land situated In tha
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post marked J. G. K. and J. MoL. 120
chains, about northwt-Bt from the nutlet
of Llllooet Lake or adjoining the Brunette
Sawmill Company's application* thence
west 240 chains, more or less, to a post
marked J. G. R. and J. MoL., H.W.; thenee
north 80 chains to a post marked J. G. R,
and J. MoL., N. E.; thenoe west MQ chains,
more or less, to a post marked J. G. R.
and J. MoL., N. W.; theme south 160
chains, mr re or less, to a post marked J,
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chains, more or less, to a post marked J.
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chains, more or less, to a post marked j,
G. R. and J. McL., S. W.; thence east 40
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G. R. and J, McL., S. E.; thence south 240
chains, more or less, to u post marked J.
G. R. and J. McL., 8. W.; thenoo eact 400
chains, more or less, to a post marked j,
G. R. and J. McL., H. E.; tnence north SO
chnlns, more or less, to a post marked J,
G. R. and J. MCL., N. W.* thenbe east 40
chnlns, more or less, to a post marked J,
G. R. and J. McL., 8. E.; ihenee north ISO
chains, more or less, to a post marked J,
O. R. and J. McL, near BiunetteSawmllt
Co.'b application: thence along said application to the place of commencement.
Also Section 84, tbe west half of Section
35, and the east half of Section 27, all In
Township Twelve il2)t District of New
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djaltal    91« ,1 Park Pile,, Itiw Tsrki QUA MATOML GAME.
.BASEBALL  TEAMS GOING. TO AU3-
. TRALIA. ,
Shoi-t-Stop Ward and His Clever Wile—The
Promoter of the Expedition to the An-
t Ipodei—An Unaoouetomed Ds of thi
Bat,    _.
(Om/ligM 1888.)
"What splendid doable-play," said Mrs.
John Montgomery Ward, the retired actress, from her reserved seat in the grand
stand at the Polo ground the other day.
It wai the lut inning ot the lust gamo of
the seaion between the New Yorks and
Detroit!. It wai anybody's victory. The
■core ot the Giants had been almost tied,
"but with magnificent fielding the game
vmsmved for the home team and the
Wolr. rims added asothor to thelralready
^ioiig Hit of deflate. Tho aprlgntly Helen
Dnuvray, now Mn, Ward, is probably
the best feminine authority on baseball
in the country. There is uo point of the
game with which Bhe ii not,perfectly fa-
miliar. Her judgment is faultless, und
"Johnny" Ward, her lawyer spouse, admits that ahe knows more about the niceties of the game than he does, although
he ii the author of a book on the subject,
the short-stop of the "Giants" and the
captain of the two nines that leave in November for the Antipodes to play cricket
and baseball In the several Auitraltan
cities. Mn. Ward never misses a game.
She invariably accompanies her husband
to the ground and on hii travel!, and
keenly criticises any shortcomings on his
part aa well as thou of hie brother professionals.
"My wife," laid Mr. Ward, "Is a great
lover of the game. Bhe certainly has a
profound acquaintance with Its principles
and has the faculty of making others understand them in a very short time. She
~, knowa alio tbl' peculiarities of each
player and is able to make in a few well-
chosen word! fie differences in style and
method appare i."
Mr. Ward 11 busily engaged In preparing for his visit to Australia. As baseball is comparatively unknown there, the
Americans will have to play cricket and
exhibition games of ball.
The Australians are quick to learn and
as they are very fine fielders iu cricket,
they will soon prove to be formidable antagonists. This Australian expedition Is
gotten up by Mr; A. J. Spalding, the
President of the Chicago B. B. Club. He
is only 37 years of age and is worth over a
million dollars, all mado outof the manufacture of baseball implements. He was
formerly a professional player and was
pitcher for the Chlcagos. Mr. Spalding
has chartered a steamer tlmt will leave
San Francisco in November for Sydney,
Australia. Captain Ward will- have
twenty-thno men, under hlra, including
Anton of the Chicago, nnilTiernnu, who,
with the Bostona, played cricket In England. Big Connor of the New Yorks may
perhaps go, and a number of the best
players have already signed. Two American tricksters, whose specialty Is howling, and who also play hall, will he In the
tenm. If Mr. Spalding succeeds In establishing baseball In Australia, the game
can then be played the whole year round,
A league club after going through the
season here can cross the Pacific and find
another- summer' awaiting them, for the
'seasons are reversed at the Antipodes,
' and December and January are the hottest.monthi. Mr. Ward plays cricket
dally. V He lets up hia "stumps," puts
on his leg-guards, gets someone to bowl
to him aud defends his wicket and
strikes with what Is to A baseball player a
monstrous bat. Before the game with
the Detroit! last. Saturday, he batted
with the cricket bat for over half an hour
and attracted much attention from the
visitors to the Polo, ground, "The chief
difficulty I find,1' said Mr. Ward, "in
using the cricket bat, Is the necessity of
keeping it down. You see, I am aoac-
cuitomed to holding tbe baseball bat upwards, but I hsv* no doubt that the All
America' Mum and myself will Boon get
used to It." B. B. Vaixbhtine.
FLEECING AMERICANS IN LONDON.
Aa Safins Sharp.. Watf Did Vp n Ttt th
Young Man from Milwaukee.
The fleecing of the American abroad
goei merrily on. The halt that always,
catches the man from the States la the
heavy swell. It Is not to be wondered at
' the shrewdest of Americans are deceived
by London and Parlilin {ramblers when
one rtf acta that the mart uottt* of nativi
judge, are saally taken In by them. I
recall an instants whioh serves to show
how the London abarna work In the .year
of grace, 188°,
. I waa itanding In front of the Viotoria
Hotel'one atfswoos with tire younger son
of ose of UmtchMt men tn Milwaukee,
wh« a victoria drove up to allow a gentleman known in Edwordes Potter, esq.,
to alight. I give his name because he is
one ot the but known gamblers in London, though he poses as a howling swell.
Ho Is rather consumptive In appearance,
bnt looka in aristocrat from tha ton up.
His carriage was perfectly appointed, the
horses easily worth two thousand dollars,
and both of the men on the box the perfection of good form. He wore white kid
gloves with heavy Hack stitching. Aside
from this bs wis perfectly dressed—a
tall, languid roan with a drooping mustache, a single glass, and an air of und,-
nlnlill distinction. I had seen him shout
Loudon a good deal, learned that ho frequented the hotels where American!
stopped, and that he wai a gambler.
Afterwards I had seen him at the Smith-
Kllraln fight, so that, when the son of one
sf the richest men in Milwaukee rushed
forward and grasped his hand, I thought
that lomathlng would come of it. He
was a olever little chap—my friend from
Milwaukee—had apint a good many ot
his twenty-eight years of life in roaming
about, and was very well known: in New
YorK-       ■*"'JO
"I luppose," I said, "that yon know
that that man Is a professional gambler'"
. "Nouaauael" said the only ion. "He'i
mo of tha beil known men-abotit-town In
LoniMn-oiaiBlng fellow in every tray.
He hai Just bought a new gig, and he's
going to take m. along to teit the
springs."   '
Half an honr later, Mr. Edwardes Potter. Whirled up to the door of the Victoria,
nnd a beautiful ash onrt, with n chestnut
cob, whose ihlny coat was embellished by
a whit, collar nud a russet leather harness. The pair went off to a pigeon shoot
and the only ion came back in tbe evening, mlity but happy.
"Lost twenty pun's" ho said foggily as
he went on his wny-to dinner. "An' your
frleii', Edwurdes Potter, loaned It to me.
That's th'kjn' of gambler ho Is. Good
enough far me, I'll tell you that much."
A couple of houn Inter; while I v>us nt
the Savoy Th*atrt.lhe only ion drifts,"
Into the box with an Invitation to snppei
aadaemall game of poker afterwards.
'ilhiaHlyouwiriiliere," lie aaid, "nml
wiulsd t» catch you before you wen)
."•mo'l!betherer"Iaiked.    .
L''A"W*ndiol~ottn''Lh*said.  "We're
nwttxmtmmscatxmmmtrmt,
just Koinp- to play ten BfcnHngs'liffilt?*
When we returned to the hotel at mid*
nlRlit, supper wasjluidt-. •  ,
There were /our or five rptjnj nmonc
them EtUvardesTotter and n ;Man-\Vho.
Spoilcd-It-Air. 'He wasasleelcj suave nml
pnllid-faccd American gantl)l(Tr,—tho port
of a man whom tin* avernRe-■■American
enn spot at a glance. Thu only man 1
knew iu the crowd, an Irish lender,
winked knowingly at me before the sup-
ppr was finished. It was n very agreeable party, but not tho sort that one
would euro to meet at a card table, Fortunately tho only son got three sheets in
tho wind mul hecama helpless from wine
before the supper was finished, and this'
was the excuse for breaking tip tho party.
Wo took him to his room, where his *or-
vant put him to bed, and then we went
back, smokedacinar with the gamblers
and retired for the nlgljt. We left Mr,
Ed wnrilcH Potter and ono of his Eugllsli
cronies in the smoking room. Ten miu*,
ntcs Inter mey'ascended to the third
story of the hotel, though they did not
live there, entered the room of the
drowsy youngster from Milwaukee, rallied and joked with hlm for n while, got
him to lilt up in be d and match coins, and
when they loft ImTf an hour later they
had "won" three thousand eight hundred
dollars from him. Of this something
over six hundred dollars was cash, tho
rest an Inebriated I. 0. U.
Tho following day there was n great
stirabout.it. Itls only fair to miy that
the man-igor of tlio hotel did all in bis
power to got tbo money back, but, failing
in this, ho cleared the ".molting room of
as magnificent a colled Ion cf {-amblers as
London co'UA ihdwi fiol.ud not known
before that they were there. Nevertheless 1 noticed that when I returned to
London again, Mr. Edwardes Potter wr.3
still ono of the most distinguished nnd
apparently popular visitors to that and
other hotels where Americans congrc-
gato. I was toldbyiiv BootVEuglbd* un*
'tborlty ttiat bis Lur-ire-/-* hi '.leccfng Amor*'
leans amounted to about thirty thousand
dollars a year. Thero is no risk either.
They don't shoot in London.
Bi.ai.ely Hali..
NEW YORK'S NEqiEOTED^QATS.
Animals Left behind by Their PlcMttre-
Taklnr Owners—Soino London Institutions for the Care of Our Dumb
Friends,
Tlie news was to day flashed across the
cable that Queen Victoria had ordered nil
her pet cats to be carefully packed In baskets nnd taken to Balmoral-*-an order
which was carried out to the letter.
The fumily cat is regarded with far
greater respect in Enplnnd than America.
Every householder in New York when he
packs oil for tbe summer leaves the cat
to live lu the streets. The consequence is
that during the hot weather the cats (if
the Empire city cry aloud uml shout; they
wail in anguish to the'earless moon in
moans "most musical], most meliiti-
Cbolie." They make night hideous for
callous-hearted man, who ignores their.
Affection and rejects their companionship.
Amoug cranks, commend mo to the animal loving crank. He is a bit weak-
headed at times but softness of heart is
qnii-e compatible with Btrongness of mind.
Whether the Baroness Burdett-Coutts
was cranky or not as.u connoisseur ill husbandry she shows admirable judgment
In the care of animals.. And ber care for
them when they cease from age or nialr.d-
to be serviceable beasts of ..burden indu
her to public homage. At Holly Lmlge,
her beautiful suburban" home ut Hi-- li-
gato, she keeps her worn out horses, donkeys, cattle, dogs, cats, and other pets, in
well-tended pastures nnd stables until
they die. And she visits them with the
regularity of a doctor, sparing-nothing
that can give them comfort. Others here
and there do the same. I have seen pedigree cattle with famous names and
records living in luxury to a grand old
age, and I have also seen poor folks'-;
broken down horses aind pets kept in
country quarters at an- expense they
could but ill ttHonl. ''The merciful man
Is merciful to his beast." What of New
Yorkers and their cats? If they sneer at
tho baro idea of imitating th« example of
those who have established a Homo for'
Cats In London, let them. do something ■
better. For a'very small tee tlie Londoner who locks up house toigoa-hollduy-
making can have his cat properly cared
for until the family return. This is common humanity and common sense. If the
wealthy New York homeowner, cannot
afford to keep, his cat all the year round,
be should have it killed nther than
cruelly subject It to the fcoxiorsof ISew
York street life.' ™v
- London has long had its Home for Lost
aud Stolen Dogs, and as a commercial
nffair it pays its way. All dogs brought
thero aro received and are left for several
days. If not cklsicd, Iks ttougfels and
<agcd are hilled hj.nn. iffeuloui arrntif-e*
lucnt which tfttg't tan, many at a time;
a painless death by cu {location. A miu.I1
charr-o is mado for the keep of dogs that
aro claimed, and tho uoclaimed outs are
sold aiippod prices.' ' '
flow often have you seen a dead donkey ( Tho Christian nana of most iihscs
ls Methuselah. They decline to die on
principle, thinking it quite derogatory to
their reputation for obstinacy. 11 linve
only seen one defunct donkey, and he
had been persuaded to die by the whi- per
ofupistbl. Thu late Lordt»haftet»faury,tlu
philanthropist, whs presented with it donkey by the London - costeriuoDgers whose
friend ho was, ami ono evening lie tooh It
Upon the platform..and made his rpi'c-.!
with hlo arm around the happy unlniUV
neok. Thero are few charges of crnelly
to their donkeys by costermongers. Some
of their animals are quite handsome creatures and seem to do their 'bard work
with enthusiasm. Kindness pays. One
old fellow I used regularly to see calling
at a certain beerhouse for his eleven
o'clock drink. Tho beer was brought io
him in a quart mug; first he would tako
a long pull, then he would givo Nrddy a
fair go at tt, and then be wonld finish the
rest.. This, went on overy weekdiiy morning In the year, and doth he and his donkey were models- of sober denicntor.
Another donkey I knew used to draw n
little milk cart, or, ratW, a large milt
can oil wheels. The man would fi>] -11■
smaller can he can led in bishaid ai-
tho donkey would then go all by U.suif i;;. Q
the street, stop at tlm houses of the ci;.*.
toi.ipt-s quite correctly, nnd stepping wV
Its font legs upon the door steps, wnnh
t;ikf» the knocker lu it* teeth and give i,
pcwt.man's "rat-tat." The pretty RlL-liS
cjiiwdcrably increased that miuiVtiado..
Qicab I.y.:.M.
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After pondering orer this qnesrtlon, I
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a large figure In making a man affable,
often tho main reason may be found in
self-interest.
A boor always shows that he Isdoflctent
in common sense and gains absolutely,
nothing by bis rudeness Inittbedlsllke of
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MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET • VICTORIA.
-A-QBIITTS   B.OB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Oo. for Mainland.
H. 6. BEETON & CO.,
36 Finshury Circui,
London, K. C.
JAMES WISE'S
OLD STAND,
Opp. the V. P. N. Co.'s Wharr,
For a General Assortment of
Dry Goods,
Millinery,
Ladies' & Children's Apparel,
Groceries, Crockery, Cord:
I'   use, Ac.     ■
Butter Kegs, Barrels,
liny, Grain, Feed, At.
farm "Prtdbuci*
BOUGHT OR SOLD ON COMMISSION.
■■• jrjkMnxtm i -vtrxaxi,
FbontStbeet,   -   NewWestbinsteb.
■ ' :.', A        :. dmy&hil   i
CHINA & JAPAN
w
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED a large
: consignment of all kinds Of  .'
CELEBRATED TEA,
Xmbroldcrerl Silt Roods,
Shawls, Screens, Bed Quills,
Dressing downs, Etc., Etc.
—AIJ30^—i
PukcUIii, Sitsima, Clfllnnnne,
Bronco, Ivor)', Sandalwood and
CnrlOS of Every Description.
IMPORTED BV EVERY STEAMER DIRECT FROM
...   :.      CHINA AKD MM.
Roping Unit you will lionnr us ivlth your
visit, we remain very respectfully yours,
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
KROKT 8TBEBT, Hi, WUIMIRITEI, 8. C.
Post Offlce Box No. 7. ddesyl
NOTICE.
Lease of Trenant School
QEALED PROPOSALS WILL 11E RE*
•R (IfCv*11 !'?the HonniWiln Chief Cnm-
ihlsslnner of tjauds anil Work* nu to noon
ofBATURPAY.aith insiaiit, fmm parties
who mny he desirous of Romirlngn lensd
of that portion of tho N. w. quarter of
Ret-tlon ns,Tnwnsliip \ New Westminster
District, known as "Trt-nnnt Hchonl Reserve.1* containing lis iioivk. excepting
therefrom 24 tinrns, wlileh linve liec-n
lea-ied to the Delta AftrlctilttiriU Society,
and one aero upon wii Ich the st'luxtMiouse
standi.   L
PROPOSALS MUST STATE:
1st. The pnrposH for which tlit- innd Is
Intended to bo used, the nature of tho Improvements proposod to.be efh-elett, and
within what time.
2nd. The term'of years for wlileh the
lease Is desired.
:inl. Tho annual rental proposed to be
paid. ,
In (he event of a lease being granted, It
Will he Issued subject to a provision that
the Honourable Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works may nl any timo during
the tenancy resume poi-u-sslon of thn hereditaments upon (living thn lesset* two
months' notice, mul after pnytng hlm the
appraised value of tho imnrnvements
made by him.
1 Thfl H«-R*>4,,*-1)l0 Chief Com niistloner of
Lands and Works resrivos the right to
reject any or all propo-m s which ho may
receive.
W. S. GOltE,
,    , BurveyorGoncml.
Lands and Works Pepartmont,
,   Victoria, Uthficplember, HB8.
MUSIC.
MISS FREESE, late of Seattle, W. T.,
ts now prepared to give Instructions
on the Piano, will go to the homes of the
pupllslf desired. Residence-W.H, LewlB,
Agnes street, djlyaote
SIGHTt.BUNDNESS
OSE ONLY
N.  STANLEY'S
OELEBRA-TBD
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE-GLASSES.
Recommended  by Leading  Oculists In
America.
r>. L-2'Ji.Xi de CO.,
dniyMtc        Agents, New Westminster.
Wa. A. Dasiiwood-Jones
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
Ms ilBpials
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
djeaito
THE WHITE IS KING
PARTIES DESIROUS OF TURCHAS-
JC Ing Bhould not fall to give these celebrated Machines a trial.
C. J. ROBSON,
Agent for the Mainland.
Also, Agent for the celebrated While
Bronze Monument Co. dJelSte
»aWCiTVERrlMi,Kt.ST
*-•   VICTORIA B&
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Of the Best Makers in the World.
THE WORLD-RENOWNED ORGANS
nml 1'IA.NOS of «lns.n * HnmllB
huve arrived. The great HTECK PIANO,
with tintenlRilstnlnine pedal. Tliematoh-
less DECKER 4 SONS' PIANOS. The
well-known DOMINION PIANOS and
OHOANH. Have nlwi lu stock ItONBOH
rind CHRISTIE PIANOS. Pianos and
Omnns sold on monthly payments. Pianos fnr rentand rent applied If purchased.
Call at
H. Peters'Music Store.
dwjeisto VlCTOBIA, & C,
—ANY MAN--
Who Is Weak* Hervoui* Debilitated,
who In his Foil* and Inaraisee has
Trifled away hie Vigor of Body, Kind
and Manhoodicauslugeihuusting drains
upon the Foantains of Life* Headache. Baekaeha« Dreadful Dreams,
Weakness of Memory, Bashmlnef s In
BucUtr, Pimples upon the Paee and
all the Bflicti leading to Karlr Decay,
Consumption or InsanHy, will find In
our Speclflo No. 23 a Posit to Care, It
imparts Yonthfal Vigor, restores the
Vital Power In old and young, strengthens and Invigorates the Brains and
Nerves, builds up the muiwular system
and arouses into action the whole physical energy of the human frame, with
onr Speclflo No. 23 the most onstlnate
case can be cured tn threo months, and
recent ones tn loss than 90 days. Eaoh
package contains two weeks treatment.
Price r*. Cnres guaranteed. Our .Speclflo
No. 24 Is nn Infallible tare for all Private Diseases, no mutter of how long
•landing. Sold under onr written Guarantee to effect a Cure. Price |S. Toronto Mediolne Co., Toronto, Ont,
CONSDfflPTIOJf
That dread terror, a disease so long
balling science and the most skilled
physicians, who knew of nothing to
arrest, nothing to alleviate, nothing to
cure. Now u is no louger tin Inculpable malady even when given up hy
R*^IP.,Sll?tMti't& CAn l'ct ** Mind iu
OUR REMEDY; It heals ami soothes
the membrane of the Lungs, inflamed
and poisoned by tho raviiccs of tbls
fell disease, and prevents'the night
sweats and tightness across the chest
which accompany It.  Price 33.
OURES   GUARANTEED.
Toronto Mediolne Co., Toronto, Ont.
fllrB KIjKGANT PRKPARATI0K8.
Remember wo mnnufneturo nnd are the
sole proprietors of the following specialties, nnd tlmt they can be had from no
DRUCCI8TS. corn-s-inndenee strictly con-
fldoimul. Consultation upon all chronic
dlsciute IiivK.nl. NO, CHARGE except for
medicines. All gondB sent secure from
ubseivatinn. Toronto Medicine Co.. Toronto, (in 1.
HAIR  COLORING.
Our miiintlflocnt, prepnintioim arowar-
rnnted perfectly hnriiilcss. We prepare'
the following colon*--!lut finer ninnies
arise from tlie lmir Itjtclf: llliiek. Dark
Brown, Medium Hmwn, Chestnut, Light
Chestnut, (jold Hlmnte, Ash or Blonde
Ccndree. Semi sample of hair when ordering. Prion, 92 per bottle, Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordering please specify which yon
require; wo guarantee them to give entire
satisfaction. No. 8 Imparts to tho skin
the color and freshness of maidenhood,
harmless nnd cannot be detected, 81 25,
No. 0 romoves wrinkles, *2. No. 10 removes Llvur Spots, ll.as, No. 11 removes
Flesh Worms, *1.25. No. 12 removes
Freckles, SUS. No, 10 removes Plm pies,
|1,2S, No. 1! removes Tan, $1.85. No. 15
removes Moles, S3. No, IB removes Pook-
mnrh8,& No. 17 removes undue Pen-pi-
ration, 81.25. No, IS, en absolute unfailing
spool tic for the reit-nMon, development or
restjirnllnn uf the Hair, klaX Toronto
Modlnlfle Co,, Toronto, Ont,
THE BUST.
No. 19 Is a omhined Internal and external treatment which speedily develops
or restores the female bust to the proportions of voluptuous nature, is entirety
Jmmless and certain In results. Prleeli
Toronto Mediolne Co., Toronto, Ont.
di»mp»%l  !..
Dress Mailing Establishment.
MRS. KATE SMALL,
CHURCH ST.,    NEW WESTMINSTER,
Next to Trinity Church,
I.oug Experience In th. bualiie..,
 d30Jly6m	
Dominion Lands.
JW YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
razing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any Innd from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay in SOZCXX* and save a
large discount.
.Scrip run bo obtained In large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY & CHAMPION
B.a.lsTKBlBS,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OB TOOK
THK BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
  ifwmhoto
To San Francises, Eal.
■ mm,
BY WAY OP THE
xuxxtxtm.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker In Time than any other
Route between
Nsw Veitminster and Su Fransiseo.
Brand Scenic Route of tbe Pacific
Cout,
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
toubist sEiipnra cars
For Accommodation of Hecond-Cliiss Pus-
.engera, attached to Express Trains,
Faro from Portland to Sacramento nnd
San Frauclxco:  Unlimited, »K5t First
Claaa (Limited), $?0t Second Class (Limited), «1».
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
E. P. ROGERS,
Asst. Gen, Freight A Pass. Agent.
         djoittc
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
km\ lercUe!
HEW WKBIXINBIEB, B. C.
Hay and Feed
xa.jk.xt.xic'xive.
WOOD & COAL
(THE BEST QUALITY).
Dry Goods. Beote & Shoes,
Provisions & Groceries.
FARMERS^'': HARDWARE,
mWAs we use no whisky or tobacco we
ean, hy temperate habits nnd careful eco
nomy, serve the public at especially low
rates. dwjaltte
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'L
10u> Bboad Hi, and 18 Pau Mall,
LONDON.
INSTIT*5tED 1808.
FOR msUKINO HOUSES * OTHER
Building,, Good,, Wins, Morchan-
diie, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ship, in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building md repairing, Barges and other Vet-
tell on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessel., throughout
Great Britain and Ireland aud tn Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOBS OR BASASB BT FIRK.
Subscribed old Invested Capital,
•81.gOO.000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every informn
Hoc nu lie obtained on application to
W. J. AttMSTttONO,
Agent fo.* New Westniineter.
MACHINERY
wher
AVINO LATELY INCRRA8ED0UR
.   connection In tlie East and else-
-.ere very considerably* wo are in a position to give prices on any cltiM* of Machinery that mi*y bore-iulred, InctiKlIng:
Marine and Stationary Kiif-hies nnd Rollers, Planers, Matehir-* und Mnnldcry,
Bum. Planers. Wotxl LiiIim's Itmid
Saws, Blind Mncliliiriy, ('iniL-e
Lathes, Kliitptn<t Mu-liin-r.,'
Shingle Mii-dilnex, Ulli
Mncltlitofl A BoltPif,       '    '   •
Two, Three and Four Hlootc Clivnlar Saw
Mills, Band Haw Mill--, I'nrlnhlr Kn-. ,
gines and Boilers, mid  Hoisting
Engines,  Also, John rteriram
ft Hons1 nml  The L-uidnn*
Tool Co'S Iron Working
Macliinorj-,
Brick Machines aud CMi.dicrs of cither
the Martin or Balrd make, •
Mill Supplies of all descriptions, Including Circular Saws, Solid or Inseiled
Teeth, Lubricating Oils, Rubber and
Leather Belting, which we carry lu
stook.
Steam Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowlos make nlso on hand. I
M'Avlty'ri Patent Boiler Feeders supplied '
on short notice, as well as Paints and
Oils, Axes and Edge Tools of the celebrated Broad make, Wire Rope, Plumb-
en and Steam Fitters Supplies, Ac.
We are sole agenta In this Province for
the JOHN DOTY Engine Co'y, whose
Marine work cannot be excelled, as outfits we have furnished here will testify.
FRASER FlEONARO,
OasM, St..   Opp. RT.w.-Adv.rtl.er,
VANCOUVER, B. 0,
awtemte
Us o o
H E3 n sE5
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
eMz
mat
Which I will sell CHEAP FOR CASH. I have also made a large addition to my
wholesale stock of LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, fhe. An inipection oi ray
Stock will satisfy nny to-day that I have the but aaaortm«t to be lound In thu
city.   CUSTOM WORK promptly attended to.
dwjelyl
Wo. II, Columbia Btbbbt.
NEW MACHINE SHOP!
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets,   i
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING ADDED STEAM AND IROS-WORKINO
Machinery to their JSusiness, are now prepared to do all kindi ot
Turning, Fitting, Drilling, Machine Work, Verging,
And every description of BLACKSMITHING, it price! considerably lower
than before.   It it our intention to have in the conn, of a few weeki a '
BRASS & IRON FOUNDRY
Running in connection with our Businesa. We have the LARGEST STOCK and
BEST TOOLS of any Shop of the kind in B, C, and employ none bnt the VERY
BEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, we can guarantee latiifaction in workmanship ns well at prices. We have obtained the services of a
First-class Horsc-Shoer, and that part of our Butiness will nave ipecial
attention.
REPAIRS of all kindi of Machinery, either Steam or Agricultural Implements, Wagons, Carriage., Plough!, Harrows, or anything in this line, will hive
our best attention.
Carriage Painting and Trimming done at reasonable ritei.
A largo stock of Wagons, Expresses and Baggies, of the bast quality,
for sale.
We also keep In stock, to supply the trade, all kinds of IRON, STEEL CHAIN,
COAL, HORSE ft OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SPRINGS; AXLES,
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, etc,, Bt Viotoria prion,  -'d
taT Estimates and tenders given on all kinds of Ironwork. Call and inspect
our Stock and get our Prices, and you will save money hy it.
'wjiyiwc REID & OUBRIE.
"  ' _z	
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
''CaMoriaissoanUaauratedtoeialldTeathat <
Irccommendlta.nr«rtortoinvnn»<ntotlon I , ,   , -, ,„.
taovmtorae."     IJ^sst-^JtSr^ ■tXmJtf]^n^ulnnJ,il*'Wtb*ttm>
T. 1
| Sow Btoro^Jllartbrn, Brucutlon,^
USo.OjlMSt.BrooiayB.N.a
TBI CDrrAtm OoSPAlrr, 77 Hurra}- Street, N. V.
THE  TJNUERSIONED HAVE BEEN
appointed agent, for the
LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO.
And are prepared to receive applications
for policies on all good risks at current
rates,
MAJOR & PEARSON,
Real Estate, Fire and Life Insurance
Agents, Bank of B. C- Building, opposite
PostOmco. Westminster,        dje26m3
Annual Gathering!
 OV THB—e
xtxjkxxtx.jk.xrx*
ian & St. Andrew's
SOCXHT-JT
WII.I. TAKK   l'I,ACn AT TUB
AGRICULTURAL HALL GROUNDS
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Tluirstlny, October 4tli, 1888
T. e prluo list for tlio (lames nnd Sports
Is a-i-ry IniL-o.
There will lie a OIIAND D.M.L iii tho
ovcnlnir.
Ixmk mil for rosters.
PETER QUANT,
UWnnSOtd Socretnry,
NOTICE.
I HAVE THIS DAT BOLD MY RIGHT,
title and Intereit tn the New Weat>
minster Brewery to ^Mes-wi. 'Jameson A
Wright. The debt* doe tor nodi delivered up to the 81st of August last are due to
me.  I hope all my old friends will give
the new firm a fair trial, for the; are de*
serving of confidence and will give satisfaction.
H.KBHOE,
Sapperton.
Westminster. Sept. 1st, 1888."   , dselml
NOTICE
ALL OUTSTANDING ACCOl'tlTS due
the Royal  City Plonlnr f"""   "
muat be aettled on or before Bel.	
Ihey will be placed in Court for collection.
 Jr* MiTle CS
before Sept. nth or
ISTAIiMSUEl* bSV.
IK'BT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
nearly (ipposlic the Colonial Betel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all description! of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fun.
Hies, Restaurants, and Steamboat, at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
T. .11 MBlBBsen et BalMlm Balrrlalt
Until further notice, w. nrnr great Inducements to all cash purchasers.
BOTAL CITY PLASINO MILIS CO.
(LlBltfd).
New West., Aui. II,1»K»>     dwau31ml
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDWi
TTAVINO TAKEN l»OrWMg«ION OF
£L the "Teiopen-nee House," fronting
ou Columbia and Church Streeu, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now Known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling :bubllc
at the following rata,.!
Board per day. ....
. " " week .,
Single Meal	
 ,1 00
........ 5 00
     IB
nekGood aeconraaodallon lor Ladle, an d
(•millet ;    •      siync
Flowers for ule
Mainland Wer
HACK, LIVEBY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
TBE SUBHCBIBERS AIIE NOW PREPARED TO TUBS' OW^
DOUBLE AND SINBIE RIGS
At Special Low Rates.
tajis-a uj g Jiuji -f 1^
Done at Shortest Notice. ,,
BryfofSwesd delivered to any pert of
tho Oity. .    V7
onlers by Telephone will receive pttampl
attention,
SSrStablei nearly opposite C. P. RDe-
.   pol,col»mb1iiSU,NewW«tsiliater.
djailtc     Q1LL1Y BROS. nion. THE DAILY  COLUMBIAN
POBLUBBB
Kvery AfleraMa except Sasday,
BVTBB
xstwrnmuT   bboiebbb,
At thil, Blum Prtntlng Eitibllth-
mint, Oolumbla Street,
BT   MAIL! _.M
tot a month ** 82
For I monthi * g
1st I monthi - - »»
DELIVERED IN THE CUT:
•Jor 19 monthi,.™. «j J"
For « monthi.  1*
Par month..............     J5
PerweeB —•••—    s»
Payment In all caaea (except for weekly
tale) to be made In advance.
AlVUTIilM MTU r»l TNI OAILY.
Tta«.le»l AdvertlMmeBts.-Plrst Insertion, 10 ct>. per line solid nonpareil; eaeh
■nbaequent conseeutlvelnsertfon.Sott. per
line. Advertisement, not Inserted every
day, 9 eti. per line eaoh Insertion.
Manilas Advertlaeaneala.-Regular
Business or Profeeslonal Advertisements
wlllbereoelvedatfollowlngmtea: I Inch,
n per month: 9 Ina. H; M eol, I5.S0; X col.
ail: 1 col. ,16. If inaeried for less than S
mos. 10 per cent, will be added.
•sreuu NMIeee among reading matter,
Jfl els. per line each Insertion. Specials
calling attention to advertisement., locts.
per line.
Births, Marriages and Diaths.ll for each
Insertion! Fnneral Notices In connection
with deaths, 60 cts. eaoh Insertion.
Anuss galea, when displayed, oharged
21 per cent less tnan transient advt., If
solid, charged at regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
. lanes every Wednesday Morning.
Delivered In the Oity, per year-
Mailed, per year.	
Mailed, 6 montha -.
 13.00
 9,00
 l.ffl
Thero looms to be a general fooling
round town that Westminster - should
have a civic holiday, before the fine
weather passe!, tho same as every city
in Canada celebrates each year. The
city counoil might fix a date at to-,
night's meeting fur the holiday, and
auch action will meet with the approbation of the whole city.
Work on the Southern Railway
right of way in progressing vory satisfactorily and hidi fair to be entirely
complctod at an early dato. McOurvie
& Bosonn'i contract will he finished to
the hatchery by Wednesday which ii
by far the hardest portion of the work.
The sub-contract! farther up the river
are being rapidly cleared.
There wai a large congregation assembled in theMoionic-Oddfellow'sliall
laat evening to hear the Rev. Mr,
White's discourse on dancing. He
took his lost from ISole., 3rd chop.
"There ia a time to dance." Ho said
that the eubjeot was ono that interested every ono and he was going
to be yery careful in his remarks; he
did not tee nuy harm in dancing,
especially private parlor dancing.
Ho only condemned it with oortain accompaniments, mixed company and
debnuchory.
.    whiiv imniiim uni.
Tmaleat A«veMUemeBt*.-Flrst1nser-
lion, 10 cts. per line solid nonpareil; subsequent Insertions, 5 ot*. per line.   •     L
•uartlng A4verllMB.eBU.-For 1 Inch,
•1.M per month; 2 lna. 12 per m.; 3 ina. cut)
per m.; 1 col. ,12.75 per m. If In.erted for
Im, than 8 moa. 10 per cent, will be added
to these rates.
Special notices among reading matter,
90 ou. per line each Insertion.
Call mnatbeall metal,and forlnrgocuU
an extra rate will be charged.' No advt
Inaeried In either Issue for less than 11.
SB-Persons sending In advertisements
■hould be careful to atate whether they
an to appear In the Dally Edition, or the
Weekly, or both.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS OAY.
Birriiter, to.............T. O. Townley
Annual Exhibition Thomas Russell
To Builders W. R. King
Board Wanted A Young Lady
pail*) British Columbian
So.il.aj Evening, Sept. II. IIU.
Whatcom, W.T.
ThereSrill be a "special" tale of
Whatcom property at vory low figure!,
for a few, dayi only. Finns and full
particulars nt our oflice.
W. J. Waikek & Oo.
Over Bank of B. C.
Opon from 9 a. m. to !) p. in.     *
; - ,   .   ♦-
A Foreign Railroader.
Lucien Fetyl, inspector of colonial
railway!, of Paris, is in Vancover. He
is on a tour to examine tho railroads of
Canada and the United States, and ox-
preuei great admiration of the manner in which the C.P.R. was construct,,
ed and its excellent operation.
um
Duck shooting ii not very good yet
on the Pitt meadows.
The city council meets to-night for
the tnniaotion of buiineii.
The lateit Fall Shipei in Ladies'
Straw and Felt Hati, at Jas. Ellahd
&Co'i. *
.Fob Sale.—1,500 Hixon Creek
thiret for ule. Apply to Woods,
Tobsbk & Gamble. dieMtc
.. The litest Fall Shades in Plushes,
. Bilks, Dreii Goodi, &c, at Jas. El-
labd & Co. 's—London Houte.      *
:..'s%|ista|iaaulietia^**red for Viotoria
thil iftemocn with 40 tons of freight
and SO puiengen.
The itr. Hiohmond cleared forVan-
oouver to-diy with 08 balei of hay,
103 sacks of oat! and -55 boxes of
apple..
The itr. Irvihg left at 7 o'olock thii
morning for Chilliwhack and way placet
with 20 tons of general freight and
30 pmengeri.
The cranberry crop thii season
promiiei to be large and the Indians
have already eommenoed to bring them
in,;#*s»igh<only hs« "ripe..
The ulmon run last night was fairly
good but the cohoei have not commenced to tun iteady yet. The aver-
afe lo the boat wu 30 fish.    -
The itr. Gladys arrived down from
Chilliwhack ind intermediate porta
yeiterday, bringing a full load of farm
produce and 80 passengers.
The delayed eastern train arrived it
12:30 thil morning; hiving been run
slowly, the pauengera say, to allow
Lady McDonald to enjoy the icenery
along the route.
In the wrestling Match at Vancouver on Saturday night, between Mc-
Keown and Richardeon, the latter wai
•nocNiful in defeting hii opponent by
three itnight falls.
Mr. N. I). Gaovoreau, 0. E., lias
moved his camp from above the hatchery to Clover Valley from where ho
Will continue the work of locating tho
Southern Railway line.
Two, imall books containing lome
valuable papers were found on Columbia itreet to-day. The owner miy
have them by' applying at thii oflice
and paying a dollar for thii notice.
Take Ayer'i Fills aad hi cured, Mil.
ery it a mild word to detoribe the suffering! of body and mind, caused by habit-
nil conitlpation. A moderate un of
Ayer's PUui will invariably regulate the
bowell. ■
The autumn monthi in Britiih Columbia beat the World for fine weather.
It ia cool, but not cold at morning and
night, warm but not hot in the middle
of the day and pleasant all the time.--
Sentinel.   '
Mr. P. MoTiemin, Indian agent,
and Mr. Moresby, went down to Lad-
nara this afternoon to look into aome
trouble that hu iriien amoni; the Indiana front a too plentiful supply of
firs water.
For thirty days, on and after 16th
Sept., I will allow 10 per cent, dia-
count on all cash purchases. Call and
•ecure "Bargiini." My itook is selected from the best manufacturers in
the eut.   Jas. Rousseau.     iel43t
' Cankir humors of every description,
whether in the mouth, throat, or stomach,
•re expelled from the system by the use
of AyaV-'i Sinaparilla. No other remedy
can ocmpti. with this, as a elite for all
diKam originating in impure or impov-
iriihid blood.
A recklea young nun in attempting
to board the express yeiterday afternoon at the Miry itreet crossing was
thrown to the ground and narrowly
•soaped losing a leg. So close wai the
•Maps thit ■ portion of hii breechei
wis cut off by the puling wheol.
The wiling uhooner Annie 0,
. Msorssnived lut night from Behring
ttt, Oint. Haokett reports that the
lehoonerhu 716 ikint. On account
of advert* wind, the .chooner did nut
rnoh the lealing ground! until July
aOth. The trip from Behring Sea wu
I in 13 diji —Times.
Bella Municipal Election.
. At the election held at tho Delta
Town hall on Sept. 1st, for reeve and
councillors for the corporation of Delta,
the following gentlemen wero duly
elected by .icolamation, viz: Roeve,
Jno. McKoe, Juur.; Councillors, Wm.
Arthur, Jos. B. Burr, H. D. Benson,
Thoi. E. Ladner, nnd Wm. Pybui.
Agricultural Exhibition!.
Besides tho provincial oxhibition at
Viotoria, beginning on tho 5th of October next, there are two local exhibition! io be held in this district, that
we have heard of so far, viz., the Chilliwhack and Delta agricultural exhibition!. Doth of these shows promise to
be well worth attending by everyone
who lake, an interest in the natural
products of this magnificent district.
The Chilliwhack exhibition will be
held on the 2tith and 27th of thii
month, the Delta one, at Ladners, on
October 2nd-
'•Dr. Jekyll and Br. Hyde."
Rev. Dr. Nourse had a email but
select audience at Herring's opera
house on Saturday night to hear him
deliver his famed leoturo oh the above
subject. Rev. Mr. Baldwin introduced
the lecturer in a few appropriate remarks, who thereafter held the interested attention of his audience for
nearly two'hours, His delineation of
the dual character of " Dr. Jekyll and
Mr. Hyde" was good. The lecture as a
performance was clever, amusing sometimes, often startling, dramatic nnd
entertaining as a whole, but as a
means of popular moral instruction it
was too much complicated by matter
foreign to the subject and marred at
timet by exaggeration (obviously for
effect) by lomething very like contradictions, and by a too profuse, and,
in some catei, slightly far-fetched style)
of illustration.
narrlaoB Bel Springs.
Following are the last arrivals at the
above resort: John D. Oarscaden,
Jas. Henderson, Winnipeg; J. Iran,
Thoi. MoDonald, It. P, Mizony, wife
and ton, Mn. Manuel and daughter,
Misa Ashcrott, J. M. Spinks and wife,
Miss Spinks, Master Spinks, Ewan
McMillon, John Abrams, M. Pickering, W. L, Leonard, Wm. Olien, Wm.
Wilson, J. E. Fider, Wm. Peterson,
Vancouver; Mrs. and Mies Stone, Mrs.
Wise, Seattle; W. Elliott, Dr. Tun-
stall, Kamloops; Francis Bouchier,
Victoria; A. E. McDarmid, O, E.
Woods, wife and daughter, Jas. Orr, J.
0. Armstrong, Dr. T. 11. Mclnnei,
Dr, Lnftus 11. Mclnnes, T. Archer
Mclnnes, Westminster; L. Lottuz, 0.
P. R. Hotels at the springs are laid
to be well crowded with hunters, tourists, nnd health seekers. Several
Seattleites at the tpringi are getting
what they term the bett liihing they
ever enjoyed. Several deer have been
■hot in the-neighborhood.
THE BATAVIA ARRIVES.
And Brian the espials and Crew of the
Scaler Arnanali* Belied by the Bat*
elan Aovernnicnt.
Special lo th. Columbian.
Tho Canadian Pacific i.e. Batavia
arrived lut night with 11 first-dais, 6
second-class and 460 Chinese, 300 of
whom are for San Francitco, Her
cargo consists of 1800 tons: 310 for
eutern Canadian points, 725 for the
Pacifio const and 705 for eutern U.S.
points. The cargo is divided as follows:—047 tons tea, 118 pkgi. silk, and
400 chciti of opium. The balance is
miscellaneous.
The Batatia left Yokohama on Sept.
1 and experienced line weather across.
Sho wu delayed 5 hours off Cape Flattery by fog.
The Batavia brings Captain Steward,
of the ichr, Araunah, hii mate, iteward, 2 tailors and 12 Vancouver Iiland
Indians. Tlie vessel was captured by
a Russian civil officer on board un
Aluka Seal Oo.'i iteamer on the
morning of July lit, while leal-hunt
ing off the Commander Island. The
captain claims, and it confident ot
proving, that the teizuro took place in
neutral waten, and is thereforo illegal.
The Araunah ia owned by Hall &Goe
pel, of Victoria, B. C., and wai brought
from Halifax by Capt. Steward in
March last.
kamSpsjourhanieht.
Weatmlaalw Wlai  the   First ■itch
Against Uoaald with Ureal Bate.
Special to tho Columbian. ,
The Kamloopi tournament opened
thii morning by ihe fint of the leriei
of baseball matches. A large number
of people were preient and the town
is crowded with people' gathered together from points between Viotoria
and Calgary. Hotel room is at a premium and the stream of vititon hu
not stopped yet. The two opening
matches were Victoria vi. Vancouver
and Westminster vs. Donald. Victoria
polished off Vancouver in short order
making 15 runs against nothing. The
match was uninteresting and nothing
in the shape of brilliant play wu visible. Westminster vs. Donald was a
tine game and onlookers expressed
the opinion that the Royal City club
exhibited the beat play of the day.
In tbe first two innings Donald soored
0 rum against their opponent! 2 rum,
which inclined many to think that the
merit! of the mountain club had not
been overestimated. But a surprise
wai in store for all when Westminster
settled down to work and barred out
Donald for the rcit of the game. The
score at the conclusion of tho match
show! how steadily Westminster played from beginning to end.
SCORE,
Donald II 8 0 0 0 0 0
Westminster 2 o  1  i 2 1  :l
TOTAL
0 0-0
1 8-17
The following schedule is arranged
by the committee:—Tuesdiyat 9a.m.,
Vancouver va. Donald; 4 p.m., Viotoria vs. Donald; Wednesday at 9, mi,
Viotoria vs. Westminster; at 4 p. m.,
Westminster vs. Vaticouior.
F. Burrows, of. Wilbcsport, writes
that he was cured of a very dangerous
case of inflammation of the lunga, solely
by the use of five bottles of Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil, Feels great pleasure In
recommending it to the public, at he hat
proved it (for many of the diseases it
mentions to cure) through his friends,
and in nearly overy instance it wu effectual. Do uot bo. deceived by any
imitations of Dr. Thomas Eclectric Oil.
Bo sure .you get the genuiue.
WI*W'-%fbf Pttcher!«Castorla
IHasislne Evplodea.
Word was received in the city this
afternoon that grass un Deadman'i
Island, Esquimalt harbor, was on fire
snd that the magazine was expected to
catch. A short time after a violent
explosion was felt and looking in the
direction of Esquimalt a largo volume
of smoke was seen lo rise. The Times
immediately inquired at Esquimalt,
and telephoned for particulars, but it
was not known whether there was anyone on the island at the time uf the
explosion or not. The grass is said to
have been set un fire lait night. The
magazine ia boiievod to have been of
wood. There was not much powder in
it but there were several shells. The
violence of the explosion shook glasses
off the shelves in tho houiei in Esquimalt and wu distinctly folt ill Viotoria.
Mr. Wm. Gordon and others who uw
it go up place the exact time at 11
minutes to 4 o'olook. A party from C
Battery wont down to the icene of the
explosion. Sevoral explosions havo
been taking place since the first. They
were caused by shells, Latost intelligence toys no one was hurt.—riffles.
Hard and soft corns cannot withstand
Holloway's Corn Cure; it ii effectual
every time; get a bottle at once and be
happy.
Cariboo AssIks.
The Cariboo assizes opened at Itioh-
fieldonthe 11th inst., Mr. Juttice
Create presiding.   Mr. T. O. Atkinton
•oted ii grown proucutor.   The only
cue on the docket wai that of Ah
Moon chirged with the murder ot Ah
Wahonthe 18th of November lut.
The facta of the cue have not been
published bofore.   The deceased  wu
known to  have ooniiderable money
and lived by himtelf in a small cabin.
Ho wu very friendly with Ah  Moon
and frequently invited him to viait the
cabin which invitation Ah Moon alwayi
accepted.   They often gambled   together and it wu generally understood
that they met only for  that purpoie.
On the ovening of the 18th of November lait tho two were aeen gambling
together and about midnight on the
ume night tbe cabin ol Ah Wah wu
■een to be on  fire,  and it, with two
othen, wore  totally dealroyod.   The
next day lome human bonei were ditcovered among the burnt debrit and
alio a double-edged knife, known to be
the property of Ah Moon.   Thia  discovery, coupled with the fact thit Ah
Moon wai teen during tho progreu of
the fin with several cutt on   hu face
from which blood wat streaming, led
to Ah Moon's arrest.   In the  month
of April list a Chinimon while digging
in rear of the burnt cabin unearthed a
human hand and un further inveatiga-
ti.iii the trunk of a  body, clothed  in
garment t known tn belong to Ah Wah,
was discovered.   These _ wero found
under the site uf the chicken houie,
which wu burned it the same time as
the eabin, and the theory il that Ah
Moon, ifter cutting up his victim, had
curried the trunk and hand out, thrown
them under the ohioken house and set
fire to it.   When the roof of the house,
which was covered with  clay, fell, the
fire wu extinguished and ihe remain!
were thui preserved,  unharmed, to
give evidence of the murder.   This
theory is corroborated by tho fact that
several chickens were found in a good
state of preservition on the sarao spot.
The trial wu long and tedioui and  it
wu 3 a, m. on the 12th when the jury
brought in a verdict of guilty.   Hii
lordship  immediately  sentenced  Ah
Moon to be hanged on Nov. 12th. The
nme afternoon Ihe priioner wu found
dead in hii cell having hinged himtelf with a strap.
 .. . # .	
To Assist Nature most effectually In
her efforts to throw off or reiitt serious
disease, it tt essential thit an impulse
should be given to function! whioh grow*
ing ill health suspends or weakens, namely, the action of the bowels, biliout secretion, and digestion. Oftentimes, though
this is Impracticable by tho use of ordinary remedial, it provet an euy task
when Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable
Discovery and Dyapeptlc Cure it retorted to, :■ ■•   ■
Police Court.
(Before T. C. Atkinson, P.M.)
Schwan Ericson, oharged with having a pistol ou his porson and discharging the same in tho house of Thus.
Levi and destroying property in the
same house, pleaded guilty nnd wu
ordered to find surotioafor his behavior
in the sum of 8200. Fined 82.50 and
ordered to pay the cost of damage!.
The weapon was confiscated.
Billy, a Fort Yale Indian, charged
with being drunk and fighting, pleaded guilty, was fined $16 in ill or one
month'i imprisonment,
Charley, a Fort Lytton Indian,
chargi-d with creating a disturbance
and fighting on the streets, pleaded
not guiliy. The charge waa proven
and he was fined 35 or 10 days in gaol.
W, H. Jenkins, charged with being
drunk and disorderly, pleaded not
guilty. A number of witnestet were
summoned but though present at the
timo none of them seemed to be able
to swear that Jenkins was raising a
row. Although tho police gave poti-
tive evidence that he was using mott
foul and profane language just before
being arretted. Case diimiued.
Doieni of complaint! hive been mide
to the police at to the disgraceful conduct of thit man on the streets, but
these complaints are useless unlet! the
public are willing to aid the authoritiei
in giving him a levere lesion.
Jas. Shannon, Leaskdale, writes: For
many years, my wife wu troubled with
chilblains, and could, got no relief until
about two years ago! she wu then not
able to walk, and the pain wu then ao
excruciating that she could not sleep at
Bight. Your . agent wu then on his
Tegular trip, and she asked him if be
■could cure her. He told her Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil wu a sure cure. She tried
It, and judge of her astonishment when
in a few days the pain wu all allayed
and the foot restored to its natural condition. It4s also the best remedy for
bums and hruliei I ever used.
MSI NlflHT'B DESPATCHES.
DOWM THE ELEVATOll SHAFT,
San Fiia,scisco, Sept. 15.—A Japanese servant employed in a Post street
lodging houte missed the elevator this
morning as it ascended. He caught
the bottom of the elevator but relaxing his hold fell into Ihe elevator well
to the bottom a distance of four stories
below. Dls injuries are fatal.
tuiikby's rnoTEbT.
London, Sept, 10 The strong esse
presented by the potto on Wednesday
against the Italian annexation of
Massowah . wu tt Burprise to the
European powers, aa it seemed so ini-
improbablo 'that Turkey would join
Russia and Franco in opposition to the
triple alliance. The leading statesmen
of those powers hod ceued to worry
over tlie Musowah incident as they
expected the matter to end in an exchange of notes. Now, however, the
Suez canal convention ii threatened in
viewof the foot that an Italian fleet,
formidable, alike in numben, in armament aud in ipeed, had for tho put
few dayt been rendezvousing in the
Mediterranean and that tho irouclada
had gone there to demonstrate, either
directly or indirectly, against Turkey.
The action of the porte is an auurance
to French statesmen that if the triple
alliance bodes good for a quarrel ill the
Mediterranean, that France is not so
completely isolated ns Signor Crispi,
Count Kaluoky and Prince Bismarck
believed, when Signor Crispi sent his
famous note to the French foreign office respecting the capitulation of
Musowah, A number of leading politician! profess to believe that they see
the hand of M. DeLedoff, tho Russian
ambassador, at Constantinople, in the
latest note of the porte, nnd itnte that
Turkey would never have attumed
■uoh a defiant attitude without i itrong
guarantee of usistauoe from Ruuia in
enforcing her claims to a suzerainty
over Mauowah. •
late Canadian News.
Quebec, ,Sept. 11.—A gentlemen
jutt up from Murray Bay, who spent
two dayi with the Hon. Edward Blike
there, uyi Mr. Blake'a health ia improving rapidly.
At Bail St, Paul, Murray Bay, and
most placet down the north shore,
erupt of oats, barley, ryo and tobacco
are ruined by frost.
Off Murray Bay auhie ladiel and
men in canoes saw tho bodies of three
well dressed men floating. The ladies
were afraid to venture near thorn, and
instated on being put nshoro. When
the gentlemen returned to tbo rescue
the bodiei wire not to be found.
The engineer, tent to Anticotti by
the local government to lurvey the
riven, have completed their labort
and are now on their way home. The
riven will be placed in the market
next year.
Montreal. Sept. 11.—Hon. Jamei
McSliane it the authurity fcr ihe statement that Col. Rhodei will be the
Proteitant representative in Mercier'i
reconstructed,cubinot
WisNii'EO.Scpt. 13.—Two brothera
named C'haiupaigno of St. Norbert
havo beet) arrested fur nbitructing the
track of the Red River Villey Railway
with tioi. Tin excuse given by the
prisoners is that Iho track hu not been
fenced. .
Kinoston, Sept. 13.—The governor-
general md pirty viiited the provincial fair yeiterdiy.
Toiionto, Sopt. 13.—Much intereit
it being centered at the industrial exhibition in the Edison phonograph,
the first ever introduced into Canada.
Ernst us Wnnun delivered four speeches
lnlu it before it left New York, which
were heard thil morning by a large
number of astonished vititon to the
fair. The modulation of Mr. Wiman'i
voice, hii exact tone ind wordi are
re-produced u natually m if he hira-
lelf wu in the phone. The ipeechei
are on reciprocity trade, the power of
commerce and the telephone and phonograph.       I r
 .   »   . 1
Sleeplessness It due to nervous excite-
ment, Tbe delicately constituted, the
financier, the business men, and those
whose occupation necessitates.great mental strain er worry, all suffer leu or
more from it. Sleep it the groat restorer
of a worried brain, and to get sleep
cleanse tho stomach from alt impurities
with a few dotes of Parmelee'i Vegetable
Pilla, gelatine coated, containing no mercury, and ire guironteed to give title,
faction or the money will be refunded.
sggggsggiig.gfa
Pen-nil.
T. 0. Atkinson returned thii morn
ing from a trip to Cariboo.
Mr. and Mn. J. A. Webtter have
gone over to Viotoria and will viiit
there a ihort time.
I. B. Fiiher, of tha Bank of Britiih
Columbia, went over to Victoria to-
day on the atr. Rithet.
R. J. Armstrong and L. P. Eck-
itein went np to Harriion Hot Spring!
yeiterdiy to ipend a few dayi.
Mn. J. R. Bowell, who hu been
the gueit of Mn. G. D. Brymner for
mme dayi, returned to Vancouver yeiterdiy.
Rev. Phillip D. Woodi, ion of Ven.
Archdeicnn Woods, arrived home
lust niglit from England, after an absence of 16 years. He will remain in
Weitmimter for some monthi before
returning to England.
Mr. T. O. Townley, barrister, hu
opened office! in the Armstrong block
and will practice law in this oity. Mr.
Townley haa been a member of the
Manitoba bar fur leveral yein and wu
a molt tuccetsful practietoner.
One trial of Mother Graves' Worrn Exterminator will convince you that tt hu
no equal u a worm medicine. Buy a
bottle, and see if it does not pleue you.
Dally Temperaiare fcr Week   BadlBg
Sepl. lSlh, l*SS.-
~   '     max. ;
Sunday ,  73.0
Monday „.„.... 74.11 «.0
Tuesday..... ...-, ,, 60.0 19.0
Wednesday 68.0 52.0
Thursday 70.0 51.0
Friday , 70.0' ,9.0.
Saturday /. 71.0 53.0
121li, rain, 0.17 In.
A. Peele, Capt'n,
Wtaa Btty wu Nek, wi gsv, Im Outers,
Whm ah. wu i Child, ah. cried for Outers,
Whw eh. bteis. Idaa, ah, clung to Ciatsrs,
WJsa aUIiad0luaiIia,ah, giv. tilts Cwtssi
BOARD WANTED.
BY
tlio t
Y A  YOUNG LADY,  BOARD AND
LotlRlnt* In  a Private Family near
centre of the city. Address "(V-this
offlce. dsel7I3
m   O. TOWNLEY,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  AC.
Of the Province of Manitoba.
Akmstiiong Block,
dfieHtc New Westminster, B. C.
TO BUILDERS.
TENDERS ARE INVITED POR THE
erection ot a House on Royal Avenue
in this city, for Mr. James Rotttseau.
Drawings, Ac, can be seen at my offlce,
where tenders nre to be delivered (Healed
and endorsed)-byi lea o'elook on Saturday
morning the 22nd inst.
Mr. Rousseau will not bind-himself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
■    WILLIAM R. KING,
Architect, Ac.
Masonic Block,. New Westminster,
8ept.l7lh,MS8. dseHM
THE ANNUAL
EXHIBITION
'■ , Mi'Hapfl^oifltfH*******   '  '"
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Agricultural  Association
WH.I. HE 1IM.D AT
Agricultural Hall,  Beacon
Htil, Victoria, B.C.,
—OH—
Thursday, Friday & Saturday
OelebeMlh, llhaadlth.
Thursday will be devoted to iudflnf of
articles and animals ou exhibition.
The doors will be open at 0 o'clock cm.,
on Friday and Saturday.
TICKETS or ADMIBSION-Flfty Cenll
for Adult.; 25 cent, for Children.
Intending exhibitor! are requtited to
notify the Secretary.        .,..'
THOMAS RUSSELL,
dwsel7td Secretary, .
MEN'S, BOYS' & CHILDREN'S
CLOTHING
CHILDREN'S
JERSEY SUITS,
LONDON HOUSE
—=8 D-as- -ma ietr 8=~—
FAIL MflLDilRY
JUST RECEIVED
-AT-
JAS ELLARD & CO S
HL
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
,, Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, AC.
t.    . ..»,:. TOT QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A fell lln, of 8
frunei,
business thoroughly from aome of the finest Horologers in England, and since then
managed the witch-repalrtng department! ef a few of the beat firms on the continent of America, Ii a sufficient guarantee of good workmamhlp. Formerly mini-
Jar for nearly 8 yean of the well.knowu firm of Savage 4 Lyman, Montreal,
Ihnrges Moderate,
Montbcal, Deo., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, Bays: "I never found a Watohmaker who did to
well for me il you did when in Montreal, aud I am sorry you are not here to-day,"
dwaplzte
A. M. HERRING,
 •;.    WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SUNDAY HOURS.-Mommo, from 8:30 to 11 o'clock.
Afternoon, 1 to 3 o'clock,
EveninivB.to.9o'clock.-••- "".
IT PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS will be prepared at any timo during
the'night by a competent chemist, who aleepion the premises.   Rind the bight
bell.-        :.'■'■ \
HERRING'S  DRUG   STORE,
Opp. Telegraph Office.      -     Columbia St.* New Westminster.
ilwocUtc
D. S. CURTIS * CO.
WHOIJSSALE k RETAIL 'DEALERS IN    .•  .   ■
Drugs and Medicines!
Telephonic Communication with ill the Doctor! in th, City. Call oa
nl any Ume and we will ring your Doctor up for you.
Open Sundays tor the sale of Medicine only:—MoBNtsa, 9t6l0.80o*clMk|
AreuBKoON, 1 to 3 j Evumni, 8 to 9. .,--.,,,
,   ;7     MiBiDiEOjtkx, hiu^lij;; :
  ItewWe»iBil«.ter. B. c, Burt Clcalal flitel, ,
OUT THIS OUT AND PASTE IT UP. .dwauHM
1*"-I-
C. McDONOUCH,
••;' (LtrNDBOM'B BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
■PTJ/, TiTOt   X2T
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
.,.:).'.     Conitantly on Hand an Extenaive Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots A Shoes, Hats A Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, Ac.       ;.
Great Variety el Hontehold Articles,   Alio,
GRAIN, SEEDS,  POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL BTOBES.
If. ».-F.rra Produce bought at market ratea or aold on commliilon. ss,Qrd,n
from thi Interior promptly attended to.    •   ■  ■    -          .' ' dwjejtc
IS-ALL PRICES. 1
Hard ISoftFelt Hats
Latest New York 4 London Mikes.
W. & G. WOLFENDEN,
• j ,; .-v SUCCESSORS TO C. G. NAJOR,
.,;     '!' IKPOBTEIW AKD DULHBSIN .it
Choice Family Groceries!
HAMS,   BACON  AND  LARD,
Dry Cropds,   Clothing,   &e;,v &e.
Columbia Street, New Westminster.       ■ dwJIJrMto
MEN'S AND BOYS'
RUBBER GOATS.
J. E. PHILLIPS
COLUMBIA STREET
dwHTte tn. Teloir.pl. S>e>
Children Cryfpr Pitcher,*Ci-tc-*i*
Power of Attorney.
DUIIINO HY ABSENCE FROM THK
Province, Mr. John O. Brown, Poat-
ransi.r, hold, my Power of Atlorn.y, and
ll authorised lo nprntnt m. In any nil   ,
of my ml ettsteirjlhe cltj'or dliMitl
dieMml      WJUdAllCa^BttO*.... J
OENTRAL   GROCERY!
Holbrook Block, Columbia Street.:
SINCLAIR HAS MOVED INTO THE ABOVE BUILDING AND WANTS
to aee ill hia old customers and lots of new ones, ai be will sell them ORO-
CERIEE, CROCKERV, etc., cheaper thin ever.   All our Good, art flrtt-clan
and are being aold is lew at interior grade,.   We itrlvo not to match, but te excel,
Juit to hand—car of-FLOUR, FEED, etc., of the following brandi:
galem-Patent Roller (American); Hunenrlan, Strong Bakers (Ogil-
vle'a)i Premier, Colnmbla Roller (SptHumolieen)i       , ,
And If you have net need the British Columbia Flour do to at once ud be convinced that It will miko Arat-clus bread and pastry. dwauSoto
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.      ^ j
Thb Oolubbmn Pmntino Establishment has 6rstclan facilities for     |
all kinds of Commercial Printing.   Bill Heidi  Letter Heidi. Clrculirt,
Ctist, Envelope!, Blank Firms of every description, Potters, Dodgtri,    i
MM Lilts, on.   Prioei will be found it low ai at any other oQos ,wa**»'

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