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 Oovsrnnient Printing o'iir
YOLUME 5
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, I'UIDAY EVENING, JULY 27, 1888.
niWOlif SMITH, M.D.
OPFIC'B-Ulnrksoil Street, opiibaltd reivr
entrance or Colonial llolel.
nE9tI)MNUI5-A«iieB St., oponnllr. new
Baptist UJllliuh;  Tolophomr Nn. Sis.
OKFIOK HOOKS—1(1 a. In. lo 12 noun; 2
to 5; unit Srrttl to 8 p. m. iliioloto
II    rJI.OPOPBll, B. A.,M. II.,
PHYSICIAN & SUKORON.
i fi'lOH mul RKSII.F-It.K-Ohu*-li St.
.next, ilnnr lo Kiiruierir' Hoiii,-r, nrrlrr
r.rolriuil.lii St., New Westminster, B.Q.
Ol'MClil 1101-ltH-glaUn.in.i ltotl'iind
run to H p. in. Culls In town nnil irntrrr-
try promptly attended tn.        te.
fjl   WI_I.SH,
" •!   :;;.,;DBN**y»r.'      HlA-
Rnom 10,       -       -       Colmrtnl Hotel.
Oetick Ifonns-11) to I. tlfrrstc
/ liiilirill in a ilti'lru,
BARIHSXRI1K,
si.ir.TCiT(lllS, BTO.
omens. Masonic Bullttltigii, New Westminster, anil Vnnoouvor, P.. C.     .lylUtlffto
ril   f). ATK1NSOX,
RARRISTER, S-MClTOIl, Arc.
McKetir'.le Strei't.
rtwfilfilo Now Westmlnirter, B. C.
nr nohmak not.*-,(i.e.,   '
IIARRHtrKR-AT-LAW.
f..tnil Asirrrt Motley tn Loan.
Columbia St.,
se_tc Now Wostmlu'stor, B. C.
/ .LOW - HACI.I.'ItK,
AnCHITKCTS.
OMirirK  Iloom R,
Ovtrr'Hnrrltof B.C.,
tllllirlltu Columbln Stroet.
/I   \V   QUANT.
Wi
arcuitecti
iimiT.-UnnierMruT nnil Olrrpltrion Sis.
ilwIftiStir
nrn.i.iAM ii. king,
AROHITEtfT,
BIlII.DINtl .<r r.ANP SURVEYOR,
SANITARY ENGINEER.
OKKlon—New Masonic Block,
tlwapistu Wost niltister.
AI.BKRV J. HILL,
M. Can, Sor. C, E.
OIV1I. ENOINEER,
LAND SURVEYOR nnil
DRAUGHT.™ AN.
OFVIC'K—New Masonic Block,
ilwnilllfitc New WirHtntlnsfcr.
\u J. wtlnm ,i CO.,
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,   '
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE nnrl
OENRRAIj AOENTS.
K, Brink Buildings,NewWestmlnster, B.C.
14 Clam Rond, Halifax, England,
j ilwmyl7tc
tn   .1   TIIAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,'
Columbln Street '. New toiistiijluslor
All commissions will receive prnnipt
und careful nttontlon. Best references
given when required. mlr]2-tc
RAND BROS7
nEtl, ESTATK 11KOICKRS,
Conveyancers, Collector.,
And Insurance Agents,
Oltloirs nl. VICTORIA! fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER: Owner
MtTKimr-.lc uml Clnrkson His.
VANCOUVER, OordiiVa street.
BUIMUNI' LOTS for snltr innil scut*ons
ut Vancouver nnil Nnw Wostinliisliir Oily.
FARM LANDS ol superior quality for
min nt Cllllitwll'nok, Port, ltniuinmul,
Langloy, MrrlsMiit, Sninns, Mint Bay.Laliner's Idinilliig, Lulu Islriml, North Arm
anil Pill Rivor.
Map. and Plans exhibited nml tlio fullest Information furnished at nllourodleeii
Io20tc	
WILLIAMS   BROS.
land Agents & Surveyors.
FUNS PUK1MRKD. SHKVKYS HARK
1.Atge ov Small Sums of Monoy Advanced
on Otooil f.oqiu.ti-as',' nt Kflfisoniib.Q
Villa of Intorcat,
t'ar'ii-* for HhIb on Frwinr Rlvtir, nhmve,
auil iM-.lmr Now Wen I ml nntf v.
WH-nUMSBROiTrn'oliicoiiHliviitfloin.
iiinnffiiilloii Willi Intcuillni; «pUlorn from
Niiuln-11 nml i-lmnvlicre,;uiil have Bpeolill
fiM!illtii-nf(ir(iirot*MnL'8iuuH.
Tlirlr lih'iruffl ore lower tliftn any otlier
ngnnl'' In Mm I'vovlnoft.
OFI'MOKH-dnniev nf Umnville nml Cm*
dovn ftlroola, and oii-iushe 0. P. H. Slat Ion,
Vnncitiiver. it. i\ ilnpl-lml
Board & Lodging.
MRS. GEO.  WISl'*   UaS RETURNED
lo New Westminster, ttml will bo
isi'il to receive Iloarrlors or Lodcers.
Adilrsssr Columliln SlrppL ouupsllo Catholic Churclr. , iljlyistio
WESTMINSTER - BLAINE-
WHATCOM
STA-Ufi    LINE.
DH. MII.LKK'S RT,V(.K.S will nialtn
, two trips a wi'clt bot\V'oo(i WrKtmln-
*lernn'tHlaliiR,inalthiHrlo.ii'coiiii*ii!t,|onB
with Iho TT. H. MnM Hlns.e lino between
ninlno and Wliatnoin. Nt turns I.I.AVIS
WKHTMINKTI.it f,n THURSDAY und
8ATUUDAY nt Kn. in.; roluniinj. l.KAVK
HIArNKoii WEDNiCKUfcYonaFUIDAY
at 7 n. m. Kurthor pfirMoHltiM mny bo
ohl-nlnod it tlie Cnlmilul IIoIlM.    mysSlilto
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
IiiclinliiiR Tools of all kinds of the best makes; CrOfiS-Ctlt & Illind-.Snws,
KiirlMitl Wire for Fencing, and all the ncocieary Utensils for Farming*)
Pulley Block!), Snatch Blocks. Rope & Chain inallstai Pitch,
Tar iV Oakum; Tarred and Plain Paper fer Building; Paints A Oils
in all colors; Liquid Paints ill all shades; Floor Paints ready to use; Grind
Stones) WalfPaperinall desiem; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating Oils! Traps of ull descriptions, snd a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
tr Special attention given' to orders by mail.
T.* J.
dwjlj»3to
1«_SB_-_.I9-? AC CO.,
Columbia Stum*., New Wr_n_iNSTES.
New Blacksmith Shop!
CUNNINGHAM&RAITH
Wouglus Street, New Wettmlnster.
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING. MACHINE & PLOUGH REPAIRING.
HORSE-SHOEINa A SPECIALTY.
WU IIAVK .HIST OPENED OUR NEW SHOPS AND ARE NOW PRE-
pare,; to undertake all kinds of Blacksmith Work at Moderate
Pi-ices, flaring had £5 years experience in some of the best agricultural
sections of the United States uud Canada, ve understand our business and G UAK-
ANTEE SATISFACTION.
A large stock of IRON, STEEL, COAL, HOUSE-SHOES * NAILS kept on
hand, at LOWEST PRICES. djlylSto
I MACHINE SHOP!
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
T1
I     Machinery to their, liu-jiiics:;, am How pit-pared ta do all kimln of
Turning;, -Fitting,  Drilling, MiU'liine Work, forging,
Ami overy <!i-si_ri]itiou ai BL'ji€K SMITH ISC. at prices couHiiU'i-ably lower
ihnn libfoit'.   It is onr luteution to have in tho course pt fi few weeks a
Ml ASS A IRON I Ol \I>K\
Rriiiiiing in eoiiiicction with our Business. Wc have the LAIUJEST STOCK, and
HEST TOOLS of uny Shop of the kind In 6. C, and employ nono but the VERY
HEST OF EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, consequently, wo can guarantee satisfaction in workmanship as well as prices. We have obtained tho services of a
First-class Ilorse-Slioer, and that part of our Business witl have special
attention.
Kl'IUIltS of all kinds of Machinery, either Steam ov Agricultural Iinplc.
ments, Wagons, Carriages, Ploughs, Harrows, or anything in this lino, will have
our best attention.
-Tarring** 1'ililllillK uml Trlllllllilis done at reasonable rates.
-    A large stock of   ", agons. B *■ presses aud BliKgleN, of the best quality,
for ealc*  '."   .
Wc also keep in clock, 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., at Victoria prices.
»-* Estimates ami tenders given on all kinds of Ironwork. Call and inspect
our Stock and get our Prices, and yon will save money liy it.
<hijiyintc ■ BEID & OUBKIE.
GRANT & MACLURE,
WHOLESALE ft RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS & SHOES
COLUMBIA    STREET,
"__Te-w   ■^7"©stna__istex,   B.   O.
dwJoSStc
T£HCHER_WANTED.
MALE TE.VCUBR FOB PORT MOODY
Dlstilii. Siihoiil.    Duties   to commend) Jlrsl, ,*,li,in1;iy In August.   Apply
not litter tluiri Saturday, -IStli lust.
W. ELSON,
Heerctary School lloaitl.
Port Jiooily, 11, C., July 17, ISSS. dwJIylTtd
REMOVED!
MAJffl A fEARSeN,
OEAT. EHTATK, INSIIBANCE AND
X.%1 Flnanoliil Ajnnttti have reinoveri
from MeKuii-lo Htreet to their new and
commocllouHodkealn tho
HANK OF a C. BUILDING,
Opposite t.lic roHtO0.cn.   All peraonmle-
Kirliilj io Lmyoi-hifll Hon) l-.stUiti', negotiate
!,imim, nr insure their Lives or Properly,
nre nd vised to cull at the new ofllooB.
ilWjlylOtnl        MAJOR A PEAR80N.
A BARGAIN.
t|-iOK HALE-lfN) ACRES GOOD LAND,
1 rUuhI«iI on utrunk rond, nlirnit;t mll*-«
fmni Hrowimvllle. Portion of laud rich
bottom; imluiiiie lightly timbered. Frame
of mmill hmntp on pnmlnefi; other Ini-
provementK, nneh ns olenrlng, ilnilnlni;,
*«■. Prli», 512.00 per acre; further par-
lii'tilarH on npplloaflon nt this office.
ion Life
ASSOCIATION.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
— JLXmX.
-IT
J1I18 WISE'S
OLD STAND,
opp. the u. P. N. Co.'s Wbarr,
For a General Assortment of
Dry Goods,
oiiOTHinsra-,
Millinery,
Ladies' & Children's Apparel,
<r!r«cwies, ilrofkory, Cord-
tm, Ac
Butter Ki-fp, Bai*i-<-Is, '
Hay, Mmiii, IVod, tic.
FARM  PRODUCE
iiouonTtmsoi.i) on commihsion.
_r_i__a_ri_» -—rimta,
Kiiont HTRKtrr,   •   Nkw Wmiusnsi.
ilmyrsml   *
liu.rniiii-,. rapiial $I,«M,M>
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A H0ME~C0MPANY,
This, Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Recuruy offered to policy holden In
unsurpassed by any Company doing business in Oanadii,
It, has uo schemes of Insurnnce, but the
well»est»bllshe(l lines, hence the polioy
holders cannot he misled an to tlieir contracts.
Its statement* to the publle cau be road-
Ily uudersUMd, Its cash statement showing every Hem of Income anu how expanded.
Its position Isuscprlaliied annually from
a detailed vnUmtlon In whioh every Item
of hiihlllty Is lueluded,
IU urovreu haa heen unexampled in
the history of Insurance In Cuuada.
IU policies are Indisputable, after thnv
years, nnd non-foffeltanle after two yvar>'
existence.
Its protlts art- ili-jtributnil upon an equitable basli, The pmltta to oue dims of
nollcy holders arc not* lessened to give
larser profits hi any othor class, which
molliodairords superior ttdviutliiaekuvcr
the nulforiit bonus plau of distilbutlou,
Llb-rraH'flR .ItliHtu as to HeslAtnce nml
Tnveli
J. K.MhoDUNAI.D,
Maonglnr Director.
T. R. PEARSON
Agent, New Wesimlnstoi
)eMmn-alternate
Civic Officeiw,—Mayor, Robert Dlclt-
liiNtm; City Clerk, Capt. Robinson; Police Ma«ihtniU'( T. C. Atkinson; Chief
Enaiiioer Flro Dopaitmcnt, W. Corbett;
AKKldtiiut, H.Reud.
Couut OFCldtACfl,—Judge of the Hu-
nrome Court, Hon. J. P. MisOrolffht; Rczls-
trai, W. H. Fnldiug; Hherlir, W.J. Arm-
nt ron jr.
PitoviNt-iAi. Offirkiw. -- Government
Ascnt.Cluis. Wiirwick; Iloyistrarof Titles,
It. Wf Arinslruiiy: Hupl,. of Provincial
AByluio,!):. It. I. Dentloyt Burtarof Asylum} Jaa, Phillips; Governor of Central
Prison, Wm. Moresby; Steward Royal Columbian Hospital, i.iiaw. Dlgliy; Immi-
rxratlon Agent, Jno. Sprott; Comma-, W.
li. Ferris.
Dominion Officials.—Postmaster, J. CI,
Brown; CotIcotor of Cimtoms, J, H. Clut-ot
Warden of Ponllontlary, A. H. MeBrlde;
lioiiiiiiliju Land Agent, il. II. W. Aikman:
Crown Timber Agout, 'J'. B. Higginson;
Iuspector of Fisheries, laos. Mowat.
Kkprkskktatives.—Senator, Dr. T. R.
Mclnnes; Hous_ of Commons, Donald
Chisholm; Provincial Legislature, Capt.
W. N. Roje, Q. C.
WAILS 0UOSB AND ARRIVK.
CLOSE
For Can. Pac. Ry.-Dally (except Sunday
nnd Mondny), at 12.30, and on Suturdny
(for dlupatoh Sunday) nt 22.
For Victoria, V. I., rind Wesiern U. H, QflJ-
ces—Monday, J&4& Tuesday. 8.15; Wednesday, 6.;to; Thursday, 8.15; Friday,
fl.HO: Saturday, Mfi   ,
For Vancouver, Moodyvlllo, Port Moody
and Btirrard Inlet—J)ally (except Sunny) at 8.15.
For Ladner's l,ainliiig:imi Lulu Island -
Monday, 12.4U; Wednesday and Friday
fl,*.
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre anil Lungley I'rnirie-ftntiintay,
9.
For North Arm and Hea iHliuid-ThurK-
day, i:i.:w.
For Elgin and Mud Bay-Saturday, 12.45,
For Plumper's Pass—Monday, 12.45.
For Nanafmo (direct mall)—Tuesday, 16,
uxrict
From Chu. Pac. Ry,—Dally (except Saturday) at 14.10.
From Victoria—Sunday, Tuesday and
Thursday 10; Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11.1ft),
From Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlet—Dully (except Sunday) at 10.
From Ladner's T.-iiiilin-.- ami Lulu Island
—Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, 10.
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie and
Langley Prairie—Friday, 10.
From North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday, 12.
From Elgin and Mud Bay-Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Pass—Sunday, 18.
From Nanal-jno (direct mail)—Saturday,
POST OFFICE HOURS:
Clouoral Delivery from 9 to 10 (7 p. in.),
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; 9 to
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays—
except when mails are being sorted.
Mosey Order A Savings Bank.—Dally
—9 a, m. to 4 p. in., and from 6 to 7 on
Saturday evenings.
P0W0EI
Absolutely Pms.
This powder novor varies. A marvel of
purity, stre tiff tli and wholesomenoss, More
economical Hutu the ordlnury kinds, and
cannot he sold In ci>:iipc:llloii wllh the
multitude nf low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders, Sold only in cans,
Royal BAki.no Powdrii Co., I00 Wall St,,
Hew York. 8fely
Tug for Sale!
riHTfl BOAT70FEET; COMPOUND MA-
J.   chliu'iy, hy Eastern makers.
Apply Ui
MVaH-iK. BEWICKE* WULFFSOHN,
djafltc Vancouver, B. C.
Cheap for Cash.
OAA ACRES OP LAND,!! MILES FIIOM
£\)\J    \Vi-slliiilisl<-r,uliiij;.«nl rnml; lilst**
olaMS high land, 100 ittfraH of it. from J to II
fcot black loam.the halanc* alilur liottom;
Rood house and out hulhliims. For furr ln-r
particulars enquire at     THIS OFFICE.
New West., June noth, 1988.       dwJoJWtc
iailp f ritish dotembwn
FOR   SALE.
illHAT VERY DKHIRABLK RESI-
1 dencn Property owned by Mra, Emma
Gold, situate at the corner of Royal Avenue and HI. Patrick's St., with two Houses
thereon-
Also, ONE ACRE OF LAND situate between Royal and ouoens Avenues,
TKRJlfl Cash.                  RAND BROS.
dJeUte	
FOR SALE.
In re the lintuta of JOHN SlNtiLAlIt,
Deoeitseil,
rpENDElW WILL HE UI-rElVED BY
t    the uiiilpi-sljini'il up to noon ou Mon*
diiylhi'JtOth ilny of July proximo, fo:- the
ptirohaso of Lot vj, Qroltp I, N'cwWvNt-
miUH'cr Disiili't, i'oittulninff l"8 ai-rt-s,
more or less.
Wi Ht FALDING,
Admllilslraloioi* tlm EBtatc of .Ino, Sin-
cliilr.dei-uased. dllv:!ml
EMPLOYMENT WANTED.
At'RACTICAL ENlH.lsiKIAmiKNKR
ilesiivN loohtaln eniploymenl III ar-
runnttiH Riinlons, hothmis, tlowei' hods,
|ii'*y»naiiil otlioi-wmii of lh!it nature. Has
II thoioiifli   kllOWlOlliJO   of   Ills   t)ll>:)l)i>«S
and uniiriitiii'ts  BaMHnu'ljhn,   .Evpelletii
refi-icni-i's If H'liiilrml.
AdiilvsH"\V. r.,»|.lil«om.-e.    dnili.-lUc
VV. d Toye^
nils U and Sim Mtk
lUllnlrlilK Xvulty Uoiii.   ilovh Sol,
iiluvtt n H|„:,'lHll,V.
WTOnllrrri imimiitly irttirlnli'it to,
Olftrksoii 81,, llia'iirnt Cnlniilsl Tlii-
li'l. llr'XI tn KiiiuI Ri'ns.'ulllco.  ilunllir
truer EenlMi. Jaly nt, isss.
mns AND COMMUNIS.
Hurmh for Uie C.P.R.! Tlie
wire informs us that certain stocks
go up and down in the London market as our hig syndicate is supposed
to lie a "bull" or a "bear" on them.
Think of a Johnny Canuck bulldos-
ini* Uiu financial centre of the world I
Ain't we just getting to be somebody 'I Lut us forget local grievances
for a minute or two, while we
watoh the beaver flop hie triumphant tail in the sacred precincts of
the Stock Exchange I
More sensational telegrams about
Skeena. Strangers to die country
will sec before their mind's eye a
picture of swarming bands of braves,
dressed in a few streaks of paint
nnd n scalp lock, bidding defiance
to the military amid the fastnesses of their native wilds. "We are
of Mr. Crosby's opinion, that the
matter will in all probability be
settled without bloodshed, and if
the worst comes to the worst, "0"
Battery may safely be backed to
clean out all the Indians on the
Skcf-nn.
Mr. Gladstone and his wife celebrated their golden wedding the
other day, and were made much of
on the occasion. Replying to one
address Gladstone spoke warmly in
praise of his wife—she deserved all
the kind things said of her—but as
for himself, he was not so sure.
However, he hoped he had profited
by criticism, and on the whole had
little to regret in his course of
action. Thii is an instance of what
the G. O. M.'s enemieB—especially
the Liberal - Unionists—call his
bumptiousness; but then if a man
is clear-eyed enough to see the right
and resolute enough to go straight
after it, he must appear bumptious
to some people. About fifty years
from now, most people will be of
one mind us to which is which in
this case.
The more one hears about Japan,
the more one wonders. Not many
yeara ago, the common idea was
that Japan was a sort of oft'shoot
from China; but it appears that
some notable differences were there
all the time; if one oould have seed
them—the much better position of
women, for instance. Now Japan
has made an apparent right-about-
turn (these things are generally the
result of some hidden forces, and
not so sudden as they seem) and
from being the most exclutive and
conservative of nations, has become
well-nigh tbe most liberal and progressive. An honest desire to learn
the best lessons that western civilization can teach, and a keen intelligence to discover what is best,
strike observers of the national
spirit, and compel their admiration.
An editor down by the shore of
the restless Atlantic has been raising n slight breeze by writing up
tho beauties and benefits to accure
from the annexation of this Canada
of ours to the U. S. In these days
when the patent of nobility and tlie
passport to happiness are comprehended in the siifn **, the poor man
might lie excused for thinking that
the whole case rested on the balance
of material advantages. He forgot
probably that there is a considerable
leaven of what the wholly $ people
would call sentimentalists left in
some nf us yet We are progressive, but we must draw the line
somewhere, and we draw it at
turned coats; to say nothing of the
fart tlint we hnve contracted a sort
of nllection for the young linn
wlrrlps known ns the Dominion of
Canada, and want to see—er let
our children see -what sort of an
animal he will be when lie grows up.
There are only seven candidates
nominated for the presidency nf the
United States. The five who am
outside the two great parties will
not probably amount to much In the
counting of tho votes, although the
prohibition party is showing ir.creus-
i>il strength nt every trial. Just
how the party vote will be affected
by the five side issues, we do not
pretend to know; but it seems to
Inr generally believed that Cleveland
will be sent in for another term by
n good majority. It should not lie
forgotten, however, that the
strength nf both candidates is their
priisoiiiil ".traightneas." Four years
ago, such a mnn as Harrison would
piolrnlrly have polled a solid Repub-
jrcnir vote (which Blaine failed to do,
on nccount of his shady personal record) and have boaten Cleveland.
But in the interval, many voter)
have formed now political affinities,
nnd Cleveland is now backed by a
good executive record.
BY TELEGRAPH.
NUMBER 22
■■until Waal, te _■_ Ike Uadan Time.
far 111*1.-The Eatpreu or Ccrtua,
(live* Uli-lti It a Hou—-iYIIIIudi'.
Tear.
lajaaclloa Asgalail Ike O. t. k S. tie.
A Ceaatjr War In Kaaui—la lni
Mian la Wnnlr.nl.
liAST KIOHT-S DESPATCHES.
IMJEllUL I'-IUU-EKT,
Lokhok, July 20 — Iii the house of
commons this evening Mr. Sexton,
referring to the arrest of fJ'Kelly, asked wby the gorrernuient had not wsrn-
ed him uf tlie issuance of a summons
against him, instead of setting detectives to dog the footsteps of members
of the house. Mr. Bslfour replied
that the isiusuoe of the warrant was
the only legsl method of summoning
an Irish member in England. Regarding the question as to whether he had
had reason to suppose thtt any member of parliament would evade going
to the court on a summons, Mr. Bab
four said he could .tate that several
members had refused to obey a summons. He accepted the entire responsibility for the aotion taken in regard
to O'Keliy and others. Mr. Smith
asked the assent of the house to an autumn session. It was necessaty, he
said, for the civil, army and navy services. He trusted the houae would
pass the county government and Parnell commission bills. The house
agreed to adjourn on Aug. 11 and reassemble in November.
Children Cryfor Rtcher-jCtstorla
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
UNSUCCESSFUL BOODlEm*.
PoRTLANn, Ogn., July 27.—Clerks
King and Anderson, of the Faci6c express company, were arrested and confessed to stealing $10,000 in gold.
The package waa shipped to Astoria
on Sunday. The money has been
recovered.
A FREHCH   NABOB.
San Francisco, July 27.—Prinoe
D'Orleans, son of Dae de Charlres, and
grandson of Louis Phillip- of France,
has arrived in the city from Ohina.
He is making a pleasure trip around
the world.
BEUISINO HATCH ARRANOED.
New York, July 27.—Conloy lias
accepted Jem Smith's challenge to fight
in England, France or Spain, within
six montha, for £1000 a side.
OONE Ur THE (TOUT.
Montreal, July 27.-James Outsl,
the wholesale wine merchant, has assigned. Liabilities,t2,lM0,000; assets,
unknown.
rUTTINO THEIR HEADS TOGETHER.
London, July 27.—At Vienna there
are rumors that Emperor William and
the Czar have agreed to propose Prince
tValdeman of Denmark to succeed
Prince Ferdinand on the Bulgarian
throne. The kaiser hopes to be able
to induce King Christian to consent lo
their choice. Prince Waldeman was
eleoted before by the sobranje, but his
father refused to grant his content to
his accepting the throne.
A YOUNO PRINCE.
Potsdam, July 27.—The Empress
was delivered of a son to-day.
RUSSIAN HARVEST.
London, July 27.—The Russian
official harvest report says the wheat
orop is excellent, rye far above average
and barley fair.
THE (RESIDENTIAL rAIITV.
New Bedford, July 27.—Mrs.
Cleveland, Mn. Folsom, Richard Watson, Odder and his sister Jennette
Gilder, arrived in Mariou at 9.30 thit
morning in a special train from Fall
river ao unexpected that the station
wu deserted. The party were driven
to Gilder's home, where they will remain some timo as guest..
LVNCKED.
Danville, Va., July 27.- -Bruce
Younger, colored, who nitulted Mra.
Robt. Dodge, a well known lady of
this county, yesterday, was taken
from jail lsst night and hanged to a
tree.
stnirlliKli,
Philadelphia, Pa., July 27.— Dr.
J. H. Perpent, accused nf criminal
malpractice on Androw Truicel, at Allentown, Pa., tuicided nt Bay Head,
N. J., this morning.
BURNED to death.
Bellaire, Ohio, July 27. —Two
frame houses iu the mining town of
Mnynsrd took 6re yesterday afternoon
while Wm. Pressor, his son, nnd two
brothers nnuioil Morgnn, were asleep
in one of them. Proster, his son aud
nmi nf thu Moi'gtin Irrnthert were hurn-
o.l todeaih. Tlientlier brother escaped
with a lirnlioii limb by jumping from a
window.
NUKIIIllAN'rl HEALTH.
NiiN(*trETT, .Tulv27.-Tho condition
of Sheridan remains favorable. Unless
th-re is a chauge for the worse no bul-
lutin will be issued until to-morrow.
PllllTKOTINC CANADIAN Man.
Ottawa, July 27,-Tho government
lutrul aystem yacht, Cruiser, has loft
Kingntoii, (Int., for Georgian Buy, to
protect Canadian fialiiu. interests.
Illegal flailing ou tliepmt of thu Americans it cnnplaiiieil of. This is thefirst
step on the pare of the Canadian authorities to protect the lake fisheries.
8AND0WN RAUIH,
London, July 27.-Orbit won the
Kclipee stakes at Sandown today.
RANDALL MEND1X0.
WasiiinhtiiNi D.C., July 47.—l'nnilnlt
continue, to Improve rapidly in health,
and aoconling to present arrangements
he will leave for Wtyne past offico, near
Philadelphia, to-morrow morning.
THE l'RESIDE*tTIAI. 1'lrlIir.HS.
Naw York, Jnly 27 —The yacht 8ns-
quehtnna, with the president and party
aboard, dropped anohor off the Surf
Hotol at Fire Inland this morning.
A MUR1IF.KEK LYNCHED.
Washinoton, Dakota, July 27.—
Deputy Sheriff E. L. Glvier, who mm
de/eil Mollie Korbet laat Monday
night, was taken from jail this morning
by one hundred masked men tnd hanged to a bridge over Boise De Sioul
river.
A SMALL WAB IN KANSAS.
Liberal, Kansas, Jaly 27.—A report
reached here to-day of the encounter at
Hugotown between tho Hugotown and
Woodstlale mon, in Stevens Co., where*
by no less tban 2 men lost their lives.
Deputy Sheriff Short, a Woodstlale man,
nceompained by live other Woodstlale
men, attempted to nmst Sam Robinson,
city marshal! of that place, llobinton
killed four Woodadale men and ttt
other two fled, and Robertson escaped
without a scratch. A squad of Hugo-
town men came to Robinson's and kilud
tliree of the Woodsdalos. Tbe whole
country is now at war.       '
INJUNCTION AOAINST THE 0.11. & N. CO.
New Yobk, July 27.—Judge Van
Brunt to-d*y granted an injunction
againit the Oregon Railway & Navigation Company, on application of tht
Oregon Transcontinental Company restraining them from building any further branches. #
PASSENCER LIST.
San Franoisco, July 27.—The str.
Umatilla sailed for Victoria wilh' the
following passengers: R F Dodd and
wife, J Roony, Mist Horton. S Marks;
Mrs Graham, Mrs J McLellan, Mitt
M Hartney, R Behrendt, C H Byrne,
G Smith, M E Reed, J Hargrart, wife
and son, G Sibley, Miss Heath, G.
Bodgers, S Levy, Miss E Allison, J
W Storer, W B Williams.
LEGALLY -ARBIED.
New York, July W.—A private
despatch from London says the Duke
and Duchess of Marlborough have had
the legality of their marriage establish-
parnell in a quandry. ■■
London, July 27.—The report ia
gaining ground tbat Parnell is likely
to sue the Times tol libel. He it ter-
ioutly considering the matter, but is
unsettled whether to bring the issues
here or in Bublin. The Gladstonitnt
are opposed to this course. Parnell
argues that his position will be worse
before the commission than a court,and
assumes that if he sues tha Times the
commission will be dropped.
a cruel murder
Pawnee City, Neb., July 37.—
Fremont Emmons, cook at tha Exchange hotel.murdered Bertha SohultE,
a laundry girl of the houae, lut night.
Tho murder was committed on the
street while the girl wss returning
from a visit to her home. The weapon used was a small knife whioh
penetrated the girl's heart. The cause
of the crime waa the girl's rafuttl
to marry Emmons.
WILLIAM IN SWEDEN.
Stockholm, July 27.—The Emperor
William, aocumpanied by King utoar
and the Crown Prince Guitar, of Sweden, Prince Henry of Prussia and
Count Herbert Bismarck drove to a
number of places of interett this
morning. They inspected the Katharine elevator, the Nate Museum and
and telephone nation. On returning
from their drive the pari; took
lunoheon at the castle aud afterwards
visited the Reddarsholgkyrks, where
the ashes of a long Une of Swedish
monarohs are deposited.
SHOOTINUT DONALD.
Special lo Columbian.]
Donald, B.C., July27.—Wm. Archer,
principal In tbe rape cue at the assizes
hero, wu shot dead at Golden to-day
noon by one Kennedy, a witness of the
prosecution, who claims it ww done in
self-defence, Archer attacking him with
a hoe. Kennedy gave himself up. A
coroner's inquest Is being held.
dckoel bul Hrellat.
A meeting of the school beard wat
held in the counoil chtmberi yeiterdiy
afternoon. Present, Messrs. J. Oalbick, Wm. Ross, and W. B. Townsend.
His Worship Mayor Dickinson in the
chair. Mr. W. B. Townsend wu appointed secretary jirn fern. The minutes of the last meeting were read and
adopted.
COMMUNICATIONS^
From Mr. T. J. Trapp," tendering
hia resignation al a member of tha
board.   Received and accepted.
From Mr. Geo. Turner, tendering hii
resignation as a member of the board,
Received nnd accepted.    '"   '
From R. M. Langille, applying for
tho position of principal of the high
school.   Reoeived and filed, r
From Mias Eleanor A, Jamieson, applying for a potition uu the stair of
teachers.   Received and tiled.
Moved by Wm. Johnston and seconded by Win. Ross, that the resola-
tion re Mr. Stramberg's dismissal ba
rescinded and that Mr. Stramberg ' be
appointed principal of the high school
for tiro ensuring term, or subject to
the pleuure of the school board. Carried.
On motion the secretary was instructed to take the 'necessary stops for' the
election of two trustees to fill the vacancies caused bythe resignation of
Mostrs. Trapp and Turner in St Geo,
and St Andrews wards,
The meeting then adjourned to th*
call of the chair. ,
Fever and Ague and Bilious Dt-mnf**.
wiiin are positively cured by the uie of
Parmelee's Pills. They not only ch
tlie stomach and bowell from all bllleur
matter, but they open all the excretory
vessels, causing them to pour couioui oAi-
sions from the blood Into the bowels,
after which the corrupted man It thrown
out by the natural pussies of body.
They are used u a general family medi-
cine with tbe best resnlts. gaile fritiab (Jlolutnbian
• rld.y Erealag. Jaly 81. law.
Sensational and vicious literature
continues to play havoc among the
school boys of America.   All aorta
of juvenile freaks can bn traced to
the corrupting and distorting influences of the Hash dime novel nml the
cheap "blood and thunder" boys'
papers.   A Chicago Ind of fourteen
is the latest victim of the dime novel
mania,   lie assumed the namo of
Oloudy Clyde the King and posed as
a bandit prince for several mouths.
Making his headquarters in a cave
near a lumber yard in the city, lie
gathered round him a gang of boys
as vicious and silly as himself. Two
boys who wore invited to join the
organisation refused and were bound
and   gagged   in   the cave.    Tlieir
screams reached a policeman's ear,
and the young reprobate's plans were
discovered.   The police found stolen
goods iu the cave, ami thoy think
they have run to earth a youthful
but  bad   gang  of burglars.    The
leader is nt large, but tho guardians
of similar incorrigililes should   remember meantime thnt a good-sized
slipper vigorously laid-on is an excellent corrective for the  modern
dime novel bandit.
or, when a sufficient sum has beon
secured, in meeting the interest iind
sinking fund for a year, wben the
Bpecinl rate for that year may be
suspended. Altogether, il. will bo
observed that there is much to.
recommend these two by-laws, to '.he,
favorable consideration of the ratepayers, and there is not much doubt
that the action of the couneil will
bo sustained by a large majority.
Some time next week wc shall publish the agreements between tho
city and tho railway company, etc.
sonic, interesting, if fun startling,
disclosures, will be mtidc. The result, of lire investigations will bo
looked forward to with Inueb interest, and Mr. Parnell's friends iu
Ai\iericn as woll as in the old country'will b»: gratified if everything is
cleared up and the terrible charges
against bim refuted.
On the third page of this paper
will be found two by-laws, lioth of
which we**4 passed by the city council at a special meeting Inst night,
and upon which theirratepnyers will
be askod to vote on the 7th day of Au-
gustnext. The Westminster-Southern
Railway scheme hat finally assumed
'this tangible shape, and we are sure
our  readers   will   receive this announcement with satisfaction.     A
careful perusal of the by-laws, we
think, will justify the wisdom and
expediency of the course whicli has
been   adopted.     Until recently it
has beeu generally supposed that a
by-law would be introduced empowering the city to borrow the aggregate sum of §250,000, us bonuses for
the railway and the bridge.   Such
evidontly was, approximately, the original intention.   Technical difficulties, however, intervened.' It was
found to be necessary in order to
carry out the scheme on tliese lines
to have a strip of land on the opposite side of the river added to nnd included in the- city limits.    Steps
were taken to have this accomplished,
which caused most of the delay complained of; but it was found impracticable to attain the object.   The arrangement at length decided upon,
and embodied in the bylaws presented to-day, avoids all the difficulties referred to, and places all the
objects to bu bonused within the
limits and the control of the city.
The agreement between the city and
the railway company will, of course,
liave to be modified verbally to suit
the dill'crent   construction  of  the
terms of the company, but identically the same objects will he attained
as   boforo, with  the advantage of
greater clearness and definiteness in
favor of the present arrangement.
The by-laws provide each for the
borrowing of $75,000—a total of
$150,000.   Tho $100,000 additional
for the bridge is not being provided
for at present, as it will not lie required for two or three years, when
the ratable proporty of   the city
may   btr   considerably   more   than
doubled, and the burden then would
be hardly felt.   Doth the city and
the railway company, however, are
bound  to   the  construction of the
bridge in duo process and time. One
by-law provides for borrowing $75,-
as a bonus for tho establishment in
this oity of  a foundry  and other
works for the manufacturing and repairing of the rolling stock to be
used on the Westminster-Southern
and other roads.   The other by-law
calls for $75,000  fnr bonusing an
adequate and efficient ferry service
between this city and the terminus
of the railway on the south side of
the river, suitable for transferring
rolling stock, and alio passengers,
horns, wagons, cattle, and heavy
freight across the Fraser river, the
said ferry to be operated adequately
and sufficiently for the requirements
of the public service.   A very satisfactory feature in connection with
the ferry is that it is to be a general
traffio, as well as a railway, ferry.
Such  a  ferry, independent of the
railway even, will he worth thousands to this city, and in fact will
Strove  nearly   as   valuable as the
ridge itself.   Both by-laws provide
for borrowing the money required at
6 per cent, the debentures to be
payable in fifty years, and provision
being made fer the repurchase from
timo to time by the city of its own
debentures, which then become cnu-
oelled.   The by-laws state the rateable property of the city, according
to thi lilt reviled assessment, to be
$862,511.   A total annual interest
and sinking fund of $12,000, covering
both by-laws is required, and will
be railed by a special rate of 14.
mills—«little less than l_ cents —
on the dollar.    Aa the value of
ratable   property   increases,   and
the oity limits are extended, from
time to time, this rate will be still
further lowered.   Another point to
be observed in this connection is
that of the $12,000 raised mutually
for interest and sinking fund, $3,000
is appropriated for sinking  fund.
Thii will accumulate in a few yoars
anil ttaVIW reinrated by the oity,
thai bringing in cumulative interest,
whioh may bo applied in tho repurchase and cancelling of debentures,
Among othor matters before the
British house of commons, growing
out of the hydra-headed Irish question, is the bill for the appointment
of a commission to investigate the
charges made by the London Times
against Mr. Parnell and other Irish
loaders.   Some time ago the Times
published a series of articles, including letters, purporting to be genuine,
entitled " Parnellisni  and Crime."
Theso articles and published letters
cast most damaging reflections upon
Pamell and his associates, charging
them with complicity or at least connivance iu the horrible murder of
]_rd Oavendish   and   Mr.   Burke,
known as the Phrcnix Park outrage,
and with being privy to otlier atrocities and favoring generally the use of
dynamite and violence to gain political ends.   On the 2nd of July hist.,
Frank Hugh O'Donnell, Nationalist
member of parliament, began a libel
suit against the Times, before Lord
Chief  Justice    Coleridge,  on  the
ground that in its articles, "Pnrnell-
ism and Crime," it hnd coupled his
name with those who used dynamite
snd resorted to violence  ' The damages demanded were fixed at $50,-
000.   As the case, progressed it appeared that the claim upon which
O'Donnoll's   libel   suit   wus   based
hinged solely upon the question as
to whether he was one of the Pnr-
nellite leaders.    It is said that this
view of the flimsy foundation of the
case diBgusted everybody but   the
counsel for the defence.   On the 5th
of July the jury returned a verdict
in favor of the Times, recording its
opinion, we suppose, that O'Donnell
wsb not included among the Pur-
nellite leaders in the Times' strictures.     It  was expected that the
O'Donnell-Sfi'men  suit would   have
been u sort of test case, and  that
rare and startling disclosures of the
methods and secret business of the
Irish National League  would have
beeu brought to light.   Mr, Parnell's
testimony, too, hnd been looked forward to with great interest, nnd the
disappointment was general  whon
the trial proved a fiasco.    Parnell
himself wus disappointed,    lu the
house of commons, on tho day after
tho verdict, ho said thut the conclusion of   the   O'Donnell   libel   suit
against the Times had prevented him
from testifying under oath to the
falseness of the statements made in
reference to himself.   He then char
notorized the great majority of .the
letters submitted by the  Times as
palpable forgeries.    Some of these
letters showed connivance iu crime
by Mr. Parnell and other Nationalist leaders.   The Times of the next
morning, the 7th July, reiterated
and stated thut it was fully prepared
to prove in open court the charges
made against Mr, Parnell and hiB
followers.   It thus became absolutely necessary for Mr, Parnell, if ho
would escape the odium of guilt at
tacking to him from these charges,
to bring an action for libel, or to
take some equivalent action, and so
clear himself.   On the 10th July,
accordingly, Parnell gave notice in
the house of commons that he should
insist upon a resolution creating a
special  committee to enquire into
the charges mado against him by
the attorney-general and the Times.
This action of  Mr. Parnell   satisfied   the   crities   of   the    Liberal
party, but the Tories insisted that ho
must go to the courts for satisfaction.   On the 12th inst. Mr.  Parnell asktrd the government to grant
a select committee of the house of
commons to investigate the charges
against him.   Mr. W. H. Smith replied   that   the government maintained its opinion thnt a tribunal
such as Mr. Parnell proposed would
be incompetent to deal  with   the
question ho raised, but said thut the
government were willing to pass an
net appointing a commission consisting wholly of judges.   Mr. Parnell
accepted the government's proposal,
but signified that bo would subject
tho judges appointed to rigid conditions and restrict the scope of the
enquiry.    A bill to authorize this
commission is now before the bouse
of  commons.   Mr.   Morley,   in   a
speech   delivered at Morpeth,  tho
other duy, gave a forecast nf the bill,
lio stated  that hu had taken the
pains - to consult the highest legal
authorities and was positive that the
hill would be passed in such a shape
as to empower the commission to decide whether Mr. Parnell wrote certain   letters  and   whether ho and
otlier members of the house were
privy to the murder of Lord Cavendish and Mr. Burke.     It  was a
mistake to imagine that the commission wus appointed with a view of
procuring evidence against Mr. Parnell or anybody else.   It was simply
charged with the duty of establish-
iug the truth or falsity of cortain accusations already made, and   this
duty performed, the functions of the
commission ended.   When this commission has been appointed and gets
fairly  to  work, it is probable that
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iTOTIOB.
NOTICE IS BKEBBY OIVEN THAT
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ply tothoOhW Commissioner of Lnnds
aud Works fora llcentfo to cut uod carry
awny i lm ber from the following described
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Commencing nt a sluku net nbout % ot a
mtio east from the' shore of Moniugue
Channel, Howe Bound,on tho south Imnk
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north end of Anvil Island; thenco south
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amount of such indebti "        **"*
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we hnve applied to the Minister of
t he Interior for n I loense to cut timber on
the west \ft of section:.;), the northwest \_
of Section2T, ln Tdwnsuip2,and Section
IW, Block Xi North, Range One Went, all
si United In New Westminster District.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
mHE PROPRIETORS OF THEME
X works hnve much pleasure In notify*
Ing their friends nud thn public Hint, they
nro now prepared to receive and promptly
execute nny orders for work lu tlielr line
with which they may he favored,
A.McKELVIE,
Mechanical Marnier.
Vancouvor, B.C., 8th May, 1WW.
dwtnyl2lo
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Manufacturer aud Impoiter of
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on application. "Ronnie Hoy" Isofnmi.l
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DROWN BROS.1 STAGE LEAVES
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TUESDAY A THURSDAY luornlug at
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and Ferndulc. Returning— leaves New
Westminster for Whatcom every WEDNESDAY a FRIDAY morning, arriving
at Whatcom the name evening.
This is the only through stugo and the
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thereby saving time nnd expense for pas*
Passengers conveyed to and taken from
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1    For further information, apply to
djolihnl JOS. WISE.
aroTics-
NOTICE IS HEItEBY GIVEN THAT
!)l) dnys after dale we intend making
application to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a lease for timber*
Ing purposes of the following described
lands situate on Vancoiner Island, east
shore, described as follow.*:
Commencing at tho southwest comer of
the lease claim nnw held by us, whioh
corner Is itbeut one mile soutli of the head
of StelIn Luke, llience as follows:   East 40
chaiiis.sDUth KIO chains, east 10 chains,
south JO chains, east -10 chains, south 120
ohalns, west 80 chains, south 8U chains,
west m chains, south 41) chains, west vfflO
chains, north 40 chahis, west 80 chains,
north ROcliaths, west hi chains north 480
chains, more or less, to the southwest
corner of the  Hastings  Sawmill   Co.'s
claim; thence oast 80 chains, south 40
chains, oast 100 chains, son h SO ehains.
east, imt chains to the west boundary of
claim now held by us; thence south 40
chains, more or 1 ess, to point commencement.   Said described lands containing
22,000 ncres he the same more or less.
New Westminster, July Ilth, 1888.
BOYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited.
By their Agent,
djyllml CHAiii.EK E. Woods,
TI__fl_E3T^A.BI__3
Str. "Gladys,"
UNTIL FURTHEIt NOTICE, WILL
leave for Chllliwhack ami way places
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SAT-
URDAY8, at 7 a. m., returning on the following days. For nil further information
apply on hoard, or to
W. to, TOWNSEND,
dmyOtc On the Wharf.
Excellent Farm Property
B. C. Monumental Works
CHURCH STREET.
ALEX. HAMILTON, PROPRIETOR
The above Works are re-opened anil in
addition to the present marble stock
will shortly receive several Monuments of the finest
ABERDEEN b NEW BRUNSWICK
ORANITE.
dwje27to
Consider
Carefully
of the
the  Points
THE WHITE IS KING
B
.V  A
CAREFUL  PER-
sonal   examination,   you
will   discover   many things in
. form and finish not to be found
|.;nqther Machines.
You may not require another
Binder for many years and great
care should be exercised in making the selection. Institute a
careful comparison between the
Maxwell and other machines;
eMercise your own good common
•sense, and we have no fear but
when you are through with your
harvest, like hundreds more, you
will say:
"The Little Maxwell is all that
was Claimed for It."
L* A. AGASSIZ, Fernv Combe,
B. C, says: —"The Little
Maxwell Binder I got last
year is a first-class machine in
every particular, and ahead of
anything in the Binder line I
have seen."
JUST ARRIVP
Per C. P. R.
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OP
English, Frenoh, Scotch,
and Irish
SUITINGS
Kvt-r Shown HrNew Wr-ritmlllirler.
MVstofEngluml Brimilclotlis
uud Doeskius uiul Fancy
Trousering.
J. S. MANSON,
Columbia St., Opp. McKenzie St.,
NKW WESTMINSTEIt, It. C.
. tltipMlc |
TJKING 100 AOBESOF N. E.KOF8EC.
Jj '20, Townutiip 12, New Westminster
District.
The soil Is alluvial tlcpoxlt ou a substratum of clay nnd Is very rich. A now
Barn is on the property. Ten ncros ure
under cultivation, IS acres partially
cleared, the balance (75 acres! Is covered
■with vine maple and alder and Is easily
cleared. Tlie LUlooet river pauses along
Us northern boundary. Distance from
Port Haney railway station, '2 miles; distance from school house, l.-mlle.
This valuable property will be sold at a
bargain.   Applyto
JOHN FITS-PATRICK,
On the Pt-emfsi's,
Port Haney P. O. dwjljlilml^i
Wm. A. BashwDodr-JoBBs
MAJOR & PEARSON
Real Estato Brokers ami
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life Annotation of
Toronto.
Koyal mud Lancaililre Fire  lH«m--
Mice Companies.
na,Valuable Lots for sale In Ihe City
and District of Westminster; aud choic<-
Lots In the City of Vancouver.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city or
rural property should communicate with
us.
OfHces: Bank of B.C. building, opposite
nostofllce, Westminster, and Hasting!) St.,
Vnncouver. dwaplflta
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
dje21tc
^E-ICEl-TI-X-
L
FIRE INSURANCE CO'Y.
CAPITAL,
$»,-2«0,4M)(»
n
POLICIES EFFECTED AND ALL
claims paid without reference to any
other office, by the General Agents lu
Victoria. 	
Agents in New Westminsteh:
MESSRS. W.J. WALKER & CO'Y
8, BANK BUILDINGS.
dwmylStc	
PARTIES DESIROUS OF PUROHAS-
ln{f should not fail to give these celebrated Machines a trial.
t. J. ItOIIHON.
Agent for the Mainland.
Also, Agent for the celebrated White
Bronze Monument Co. djelutc
North British and
Mercantile
FIRE
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
G. E. WOODS
Lako Sumvoi.
A. G. GAMBLE.
NOTMT PlIBLIG.
oo_i_*-_._r _-
OF    LONDON,    ENGLAND.
One of the Oldest and Best
Companies in the World.
POLICIES   I89UKD   AT   '1"HK   LOW-
ent. rrrlerr, anil no ooinblliiitlonwlth
iiiyrirlr(Tl'orri]inriloir.
JAMES I'UNNINaHAM,
<l'__!lll AOENT.
Woods, Turner Sc a&mUe
LAND 8URVEYOR8,
PORT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Frnlt Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.. . ■ .
l'lveryfliinr: HrHt-cliiHS mul fnrnlrrhril irr
goail Klirtire.
B,S»Si;inl irtcls*. for viilunbledO-nilKir l)'1-
Hcriiitlvir CmnloiiUe wltb 0 liFirurti'iil colored plates.  Price Lists nent tree.
Authorized Capital,   •
Subscribed     "
raid up,
fire Fund _ Reserve*, as
at 31st Dec, 1887,
Iteveiiiie Tire Branch,
J»,(l<K),000
'.,-11)0,000
0*15,000
1,188,11*2
l,»»,M4
CSKNERUj awents.
i]Jl>_wl-wli: WESTMINSTKU.
1888.
Harper's   Magazine.
ILLUSTRATED.
HAttHKlt'H    MAt.A7.lNl*    i.i  Ul)   ill-gllll   Of
i>m*jicsKlv(> thorn;hi nml riii>v.-mi*nl lu
ovciy depiirtiiK-ut of Iltf. HwideH oilier
iiitriu'tlniiH, 11. will contain, ilui-lii" tbe
cfimlogydrtr. hinmrliuit ■■.rlleU-H,nii|>.-)-ljly
illtiHtriited, on the Grenl Wt-si; url-cies on
American and .otoign hidiistryj beautifully llluBttftlod papetK on Scotland, Nor-
wry, Hwtt-isorlnnu. AliticiN, nnd tho Wont
IiuIIrh : new novels liy William Bliwk and
W. li. IIowoIIb ; novelbtU'K.oHch QOtnplPt-e
In a (-Ingle nutnliur, by Henry .Iiiiiich, l-uf-
radlo Ileum, and Amelia Klvaxj short,
slorles by MIkh Wootsnn and other pojm-
lur wi-iti-rn; aiidilluidrntcd paper* of BpOc*
lal artistic nud literary Intei-ast, Tha Editorial DaparlmniitH tire eoilduetad hy
George William thirl Ih, William Demi
Howells, mul Ohailett Dudley Warner,
HARPKIt'S ~PKRI0l)ICAI.S.
PER   VKARl
IIAIU'MI'S MAI'AMNR t, _
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Slnttrs, Cantds or Mexico.
iO_!-ll bugle w
 — ... - .erofeaflli y.—
When  no   time   I. epeclfled,   subscriptions
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCastoria
Tim vohunoa of tlio MAOUUts bugli-i with tlio
Hiimbem forJan-a mid DocBmlwr of eaeh *"«•■-
w]if>n   no    time   m vpucnnsu,    •.■.■..■■-n.i,,,,.,„.n
wltl begin with tlio number current at
time of receipt of order ■
for three yoarn back, ln neat cloth bind*
inn, will he sent by mall, noxtnttld, ou re-
eelpt at 8.1.01) per volume, Cloth Ciuten, for
WiMllnff.ftO cents each— by mail, postpaid.
Judex tn llAHPBS'g M-.QAMNI, Alphnba.i-.Jil,
Aiiiilyiicid, und Clu-mlflml, lor'Voiutnus 1 to 70,
Iih:1iihIv.i, frum Jnne, 16U, tn Jane, l8Wi, one
vnl., Svu, Olutli, *4.
Ri-nilttiinniB  hIioiiM he nutria   by   I'lmt-Offlcv
Mninjy Ordor or Drufl, to avoid diiuit» of lou.
. NnwHiwpiTi nre not to eony thii advertIduuient
withuiit tlm eypretii order ef llarper k Hrotlieri.
AddreM     i   HARPRB4BK0B.,NewYflrk.
S^_TRates as Low as any other
rcliableCompany doing business in British Cotumbia,
J. 0, JAQUES,
Agent for New Westminster City and
Diatriut. dje22to
MACHINERY
HAVlNti LATKIA tNtlRKASKhOUR
I'onnei'.iion in the Kant and else-
where very eoniililerably, we aro In a po*
ultlon to «ive prices on any class of Machinery that may lie required, Inolndliii*.:
Marine and Htutlonnry KngiueK nnd Boilers, lMuuers, Maleheiit and Moulders,
HH7.K Planers, Wood [.titnun, Band
Hnw. Iti ind Machinery, Gauge
Lathes. Hhaplnj; Machines,
Hhlnglc Maclilncs, Lath
Maohines A Boilers,
Two,Three and Pour Block Circular Haw
Mills, Hand Haw Mill*, Tortahlo Kn-
glncn and Bollem, and Hoisting
F.ntflnes.  Also, .lohn Bertram
•1 Hons* and The I/mdou
Tool Co's Iron WorkhiK
Machinery.
Brick Machines and Crushers of olther
the Martin or Baird make.
MUlHuppllenof all descriptions, includ*
Imt Olretthtr Hhwh, Hohd or Inserted
Teeih, Li.ijricatliifr Oils, Rubber nnd
Ijeather Bolting, which we carry In
stock.
Steam Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowles mako also on hand.
M'Avity's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notice, as well sh Paints and
Oils, Axes and mite Tools of thft celebrated Broad make, Wire Hope, Plumbers nnd Klcam Fitters Huppllch, do,
Woarosoleiurentsln this Province for
the JOHN DOTY Engine Co'y, whose
Marine work cannot he excelled, bs outfits we hnve furnished hore will testify,
FRASER JULEONARD,
Cntnblt SI,,   Opp. N*wt«AdvcrtUer*(
VANCOUVRR, B. C,
dwfc_7tc
l|iittlU'WH|
AND CONVEYANCERS.
AO-BHSTTB TOR
FIRB.-The Western of Toronto.The ^Kt-
na, The City of London, and The Hurt-
ford.
IIFE.-The New York Life Insurance Co.
ACCIDKMT-The Travellers' o( Hartford
IjnndSnrveylngln*all lt« branches nc-
rurately uud promptly carried out,
City and Butmrbftii Lands far Bale,
We nan show a complete list of desirable
localities.
Farming Lauds, Improved and unlm-
proveo, throughout the distriot.
Mining and other Stoek bought und
sold,
Money to Loan on flrst mortgage at
low rates.
Tklephonk Call No. ,u
P. O. Drawer W.
WOODS, TCBNRK1GAMBIK,
Office, Eluid'I Blook,   •   Columiia Strut
nbw wkhtminbteu.
dmhUtO
NOTIOK
One Thousand Dollars Reward
"DUBLIC NOTICK Jfl HKREBY GIVEN
IT that a reward of -.HUH will be given
bythe Provincial Government for suoh
Information as shall lead to the apprehension and conviction of the persons
concerned In the robbery of the British
Columbia Express Company's stage, on
the Cariboo road, on Saturday the 30th
day of June last.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provlnolal Secretary's Offlee,
Victoria, Ilth Jaly, 1888.        djlylRml
dwdcltltc
G. W. HKNRY,
Port Hammond, B. C.
Ml McRAE,
Merchant Tailor,
WISHES TO INFORM TBE  I*EOMiE-
OP NEW WESTMINSTER THAT HE
IS PREPARED TO EXECUTE
ALL ORDERS FOR
TAILORING
A FULL LINE OF
English, Scotch ami Irish
Tweeds and  Fancy
Trouserings.
800ULLAR'S OLD 8TAND
CoimiiBIA St„   •   New Westm ixstf.k.
(Iwmbr-to
FOR SALE.
House tt Lot
COItNUR BLACKWOOD AND CARNARVON STREETS.
One of the Finest Locations in tho City.
-e.-R.xa_9, -_.ae.oo.
OFTnRER HUNDRED AND TWEN-
TY ACRES.
House, Barn; 40 acres fenced and under
uultivatlon.
W. E. FALES,
PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER.
Knbilmlng a Speclilty.
Dealer tn Wooden and Metaltc Bui-
tal Caskets. runer»U oondueted*
A full line of Coffin Trtramlngs always on
hand. PartlexHtadlstanco supplied al
shortest notice. Batlsfaettoti guaranteed In every particular.
dwocite Columiia St, Niw Wiit.
—T_a_ai-
$1000 Cash; Balance on long time.
JLS. FAXl-VX
OF TWO HUNDRED .AND FORTY
AORES.
100' acres good l'rnirlo; Balance sully
tritium!.   Good Barn and other Improvements.
-TOIOB, S3600.
Pnrt down; Bnlanco on time.
Also-u number of WngOIIB. Bllg-
ties, Sleighi*, Harness, Cattle,
Uorses, &e.
CALL ON OR ADDRESS
HENDERSON BROS.,
djelltt CHILLIWHACK.
 IS  THK •
FAVORITE   HOME   J011RNAI,
Of Kenned American Families
Everywhere, nnd tho
bed Newsp&p'r Fabl'h*J
IN THE WORLD.
Itclreulates In evory State and Terrilor
ofthe Union.
It may he found on the News Stands In
every large eity.
The vest body of its subscribers are pen
pie of wealth and culture.
No othor Da>ly published lu New York
City hns so lurge a mail circulation,
Harrison HoUprings, B.C.
HKAIiTH AND PIKASIIRK RESORT.
STEAM, SAIL A ROW BOATS ON HAND
ftwliar-li-,1. -*«»•» •■*T','''f_'. I1!*"™*
With experienced Attendanlir.
LADIES   DEPARTMENT  SEPARATE.
Term.- tl.no to «3.»0 per day.
Only 8 miles Irom __>}_ ^__f'°;l\'
R. Reduced R.I*.and Stcam^trattji.
g____tSt-.fi rates good totm «*y«««>m
Wi'slmli slur lo AgrMsl. "Station and return, 85. saturdaT exounlon. "te.JEo?
until' lollowlnii MoodBy.lll.liU Oomtort-
ableHtnguB meet all lr»ln«- Tl**"JgJ!J*;
he oblafted at R.H. offlee.      daiiiUHraaw
 THE	
WEEKLYGRAPHiG
There te hardly * Post.offlce in the
United Btatei where at least a few
copies are not received eaeh week
by subscribers.
It embraces the best features of Thk
Daily Ohackic, pictorial and literary,
for the preceding six days. It Is the lam*
est flrst-class Illustrated Weekly issued,
Is sold for half the price of Its rivals, contains the latest news and market repnrlN,
and Is acquiring a phenomenal circulation.
There li No Better Medium for
Advertising.
From time to tlmo we issue Hpecfnl
Editions illustrating the Industries and
business opportunities of cities, towns and
localities throughout the couutry.
Agents wanted to canvass for subscriptions In every part of the world, to whom
a large commission will bo paid, Hend
for sample copy.
For rates and othor information address:
THE AMERICA* GRAPHIC OOMPANY,
djiltal     89*41 PurlcPtaee, Now York. IP
''AE0MANTI00AS22S,.,    "
Tbo OthellO'llke Advantuma of t Phllo-
' | flelphlan,
II Asmodous," aftor dotalllng. In Texa_
* Sittings, tho adventures of a gentleman
now resident in tho Quaker City, as-jlts the
apposite question: Was thero ever such
another career?
Mark Leonard Natdyz vrns horn in Cor-
dogtip in 1828. Aftor a courso in the
schools lio went to tho fiinbuflold iinlvor-
j^iLy of Padua to study medicino. A draw-
in;; he mado for Prof. UiigitreUi's titlus ol'
..(.atomy attracted so much attention 1 hat
hla anatomical tfttiwliiL-. and designs were
puM lshod.
In 18i8 youn™ Nardyr voliuitcerad in
the FlratLombardy Infantry, undue Ylcioi'
Kinaiiucl, and was wounded in tho samo
yoai'at tho battle of Santa Lucia. Vie-
tor Eraauuol's brother, the Duko of
Genoa, gave hin wounds personal attention,
III '<!) he had recovered no far aa to en-
11st in tlio service of the RomftnltppubilOi
ihtJ was soon oaiitiiroci by tho French, who
BOiifc him prisoner to Sun Muviiio.
The facility with whicli *o gallant a
soldier passed, without comminution,.
Irom ono service lo another,' as will
he aeen also further on, illustrates
forcibly tho troublous character of
llinse times as well as bin own fiery
and mercurial temperament.
Tho day Nardyss was captured by tbo
French, at tho Fort of Sampan fcrassio;
Salvlni, thegreal tragotlian, thon unknown
save asagalliiut young soldier, received
in the samo ranks a, desperate won • d.
On recovery Dr. N-irfly*-. enlisted in
lho Sardinian army ad assistant surgeon.
lu 1854 he wont a3 surgeon .with tbo
first Italian regiment sent to the Crimea.
There were only 16,0-10 alto'giOier of bis
compatriots in that, greatest til all modern
wars, and Xardy_,' ut mi puny saw tho hottest sen ico near the Redfm. undot* command ot Goneral I-u_ NfarmoMi," who
died sopn afterward^ oi'Upl.oM fever.
In '00 Dr. MardyK fip<...!t\q surgeon to
tho 12th K'l^'ni'onl, a.' IjtViuitry under
General (Mcca.Ti. and *•*.-..•<•.. it.-* i as thought;
lifortuliy wounded al SpliOVjco. For his
heroisrti in .uptm-ins:, alhgle handed, an
Austrian liag, the honor of lho Cross of
San Jlaiirlco En Lumro was conferred
un bin1. *
In ltttiOhfl nuit tho sorvicj at Ancona
■*VJ ga.iied Ue First IpdeMpndeiUJj. of
'Icily, For this he wass Impt'.stmocl, but
Win pardoned byVii-tor Emanuel after
ij',;**.; liftp'in ijays' confinement, and honor-
il>!iV dhcliargod from the sei'vim;.
(m Uio 25th. of Nov., l«iJ0j he sailed for
A'^r.'lca, arrived in Philadelphia Dec.
i .-*'i ."..-.d went to Kew. Orleans, where
he euli -'.C'i in Uio FiVvt Louisiana Tigers.
I.i June, 1JJ61, bo quit llioiu and walked
ill the way from N-vr Orleans toPJitla-
ioiphi.i, wltliout knowing a word of
K-igiisH, steering h:3 eour.. by tho
compass.   ■ -i
Tho soldier of varied ..oK-Icbi but
unvarying bravery then onllstod in the
First Ponnsylvaula Volunteers as a three
months' man and waa nt Bull Run.
lie Ibon enlisted in tbo Lafayette
Gunul., served through the warofthe
KcholHoh,'after vl'deli ho en'li..ted in the-
United States marine corps as a sur-
.oon.       .. -•     -a. ..    _>, ,
In 1370 Dr. Nardyis7rocros3fjjl' the
Atlantic and enlisted in iho i_,'Ji French
regiment for tho Eratico-Prusgiiui war.
I'.idc-i' lieneral Bourbairi'scommand in
i'.e northern part of Franco he was
decorated with tho Kod Oross of Geneva
tor assisting Uie wounded, and with tho
Cross of the Legion uf Honor lor personal bravery. _,„„„._,..;, _w_._t_„__,
r In 1ST3 Dr. Nardy?. went lo Cincinnati
and practiced bis protoSsion thero several years. lie then removed to New
York where be becam'u Assistant L'enuui-
strator of Anatomy under Prof. James
It, Wood.    _ ...
Iu 187.3 ho returned to Prance as physician and Secretary to Prince AristolT. won
ot General Alexander. Aivnlol'f, First
aide to Alexander II. of Bussia. Tbo
young princo died in Paris, and was embalmed by Dr. Nardyz, who took him
to Moscow. ■ ...-*..■.
There the General Arlstoff invited him
to enter the Czar's servico, which ho declined to do, as his family, a wife and two
charming daughters, had established a
home in the United States.
Ia 1879 ho returned to Philadelphia
and was pathologist and anatomist in
Jefferson Medical Hospital. His skill
in modeling and embalming became
famous, and ln 1882 ho embalmed
Archbishop Wood by u- method of
his own, the. first tlmo it wns over
used tn this country. *-*■_--
A >     ■■ -»»■  .
The Month ol Babes und Sucklings* __
" Ifow, Minnie," said a mother to her
f (Pi'-year-old daughter, "I want you to
play with your little brother while I am
own town."
" An' what will you bring me?" -
"Never mind I'll bring you some-
thins; and now, mind you, if he wants to
play with your toys you musn't cry."
'* Nome,"   -—
When .the lady returned the little girl
n to her und said:
"I played with ray little brother. How,
hat did you bring me?"   ... -    >
" Mamma brought you an orange.
'lieftsTltUe brother?"      -
,« •-Ho'.; sleep.   Gimme tho orango.'',j|,
f-iho took the orange and said:
*■ When ho grabbed my dishes I didn't
y."
" You didn't! Why, you are a good
little girl."        -v..
" v...sum, an'whfen hi grabbed ay doll
1 tllthi t cry, eiver." •
' Vou didn't?" /
• Nome."       ''s*-trm^.
• V-'hut did you say?" N-»
- >: nihil', but I knocked him down wif
t!ic IUUQ chair." ^
General Grant's Maternal Ancestor!. ;
General Grant in his "Personal Mem-
oit'3," says ol his mother's family (page
23): l,My mother's family lived in
Montgomery county, Penn., for several
geiierattofisi I bavo little information
about her ancestors," etc.
The archives of tho Hibernian 6o.
cly of Philadelphia contain  tho following iu respect  to  General Grant's
mother:
'Matthew Simpson, 'a respectable
farmer of Galon, comity Tyrone Ireland,
■hilaTdtod with bis family to America and
■«U|etl lu Bucks county, Penn. His
^iiifhier.Hannah, became prominent as
ii'7'0. mother of General Grant, and one
cf Uie sons wus the fathor* of tho iato
b'! -Imp Simpson of Philadelphia.1'.—[Philadelphia News.  , .,.,_-.*-•■
-♦**-
_ "'The Other 2'ollow." .
Tl.ero is a good story told of Bishop
7. u-roHo. .      ■ .- „ H'.-yjL*-
:ic (the bishop) was sitting nett toa
i-rtiikgu navy captain, wbo said to him.: .■
" Vou have in your province two rival
>'i'!0pi, c— anil another fellow.. To
iKc.i-n'them do you inclino?" •'**.   \Sya*
"I tlm the otnoi' fellow,"said Bishop
..t-rorio.—[Livin;*; Ohuri;... aA_
Iluuin Somo.
Miss Waldo (of Boslun, dlsenflaing lib
.vary matters)-"Have you read 'Homo
1 Sum,' Mr. Wabash!*" • " "'
M v. Wabash (of Chicago,who is keeping
i-plilnemlof the conversation with tllffl.
,1*,l:y)-"Well—er— yes, Jilss WaldO, I
liave read Homo some, but not a great
deal." s — -.v__;--.    *•".:s:-^s^i'^orT'
SSiS *■"
* -Some EipoTl*nr<'5 «if a Depot Master.
"For a nice, every day, gp-as-you-
please imisanco,'' said the depot: roaster,
"givo mn an ancient and provincial
woman. I am not an' old man, nor have
I been in this business very long, but I
am gritting grav fust the same, and I
believe these won_c;i arc responsible for
It.'
"Thero was ono in iicro the other day.
Sho arrived one hour and a half before
the train she wished lu take was scheduled
to leavo. Five tr.ii';s went out beforo
hers did, but she cnurgOd on tbo gate-
keeper at every departure. You cannot
;;*;i,'a woman to bcUtiVQ standard and
locd time 0*6 idcnlieal.. I don't know
why. but you daniiot."     v   - ..-.**.:: ■■
"Aro all Uavclci'j obnoxious to you,
then'*'"
"No, sir. Wo mt".'. with some very
pleasant people I Oaii toll you. Tho
nicest travelers come from tho East.
Mas'sacllusotts or Connecticut people aro
refreshing to dcal.wh.i. They do what
you tell them, ioSi'« what you say and
don't I'cjppat quoptto is.
"Hdutheru people .-ro seen but seldom
around here. Thoso that como hero are
mostly of the lower classes and are ignorant in tlie oitreiuo. The Western
traveler Is free, a trifle egotistic, but tho
sharpest of them ull, I rather like to
have lilm about. Immigrants ore not at
atl had to handle."
"Any sharp practice carried on nowadays about this dc;*r,'.'.'*
"No I think the ..'depot sharp is a
thing of tho past. Hu is not extinct,
ho*evbr,by anylbeano. There are two
prlthreo of them who stand on the other
side of the street anil work everybody
who goes in orout, Canadians and country people are their softest prey. Eastern traveler; some.ii.ies fall Into their
■snares, Immigrants orcein a great while,
but a Western wait, never. They are
afraid- of We-tern pe.iptSj theso sharps,
and nnver attempt to work them."
"As a class, which are the most preferable aliduta depot—iii.n or women?"
"Men by all means. Women aro
slovenly or careless I don't know which.
They tlirowtlic remnants of a lunchepu
ou the floor without the slightest concern, and are generally more trouble-
?mn'. Give me men every time iu a
waiting room."—[De'.rolt journal.  _.  ■
-■' 'I*:ioSliowfi-nl'Diamonds.
itv. Streetcr, liiejew-sler, told our rep-
foHpntadye this story.
"Just after the full of Fekin. a sus-
ple.oiw fellow cdlivl upon ine, and, taking nio aside, said ipj had just returned
ami had something lo -.how me.
" • Wliere Is it.' I .-aid.
'"Down at Gnn * .md ;' and a day or
!wn afterward, havjug got tho rende/.-
rous, a friend ami myself set out down
Lite river, each with his revolver. We
sot down, wont to a house in a low quar-
ior, and wWo passoti into the man's bedroom, where he wa- living.
s "'Now, my man, v, ...i have you got?'
"Ho said, J Como'. re and I will show
you,' motlBnlng me tn go behind the bed.
"I didn't quite like it. but he reassured
me; and when lio had mo face to face,
keeping my oyos ou !.;i.i, and my hand on
my pistol, he letdown his trousers and
bade me put my lm* -j ;>;i a belt which was
strapped round liis v.-msfc. -_-■-
' '"I want &2Q,(KiJ for that,' he said
ftottly.   'Will y<m give it?'     ,   # ,
"After some persuasion, ho opened
tho belt and poured out a shower of
diamonds whicli lighted up tho shabby
room.^*-^        *■—•*■- —-■ ■"" JT
£ "' Whero did you get them from?'
; "Ho refused to say, and after some
bargainingweeameloterms. JIohanded
me tho diamonds, and then 1 turned round
and said, 'Now, my man, if you will call
at—, my banker's, you will find a Chee..
ready for you at 10 a. si. ty-morrow
morning. But before that I must have
references and an account.'
"Hegave tliem to mo without it murmur,
and I found them all right."—[Pall Mall
Gazette. ..^   ■■'-■_.
1 Married by Their Son.
■■ " I havo a story for you," said a drummer. "I don't mean a yarn or a Joke,
but a simple account of a fact.
" Last week I was out in Iowa, and one
night stopped In Ottumwa. Thero I became well acquainted with a quiet young
man. On his invitation I sat In his room
iu the evening, and ho told me that ho was
a minister of the Goepel who had been ordained a fow weeks before, and bad como
to Ottumwa to perform th* marriage ceremony for some friends of his. In, fact,
the ceremony was to take place that very
nlgtl! In his room.
"Pretty soon a rather elderly eouplc
came In, shook hands warmly with my
friend, ending In standing up before him
r.ud being married in the usual form.
After a timo thoy left, and my now friend
cald to me:
" 'That, I think, ts the most pecullai
marriage ceremony a minister ever per-
torhied. I never heard of Its equal, aud
never expect to,'
'"Whut do you mean?'I said. *
. "TH tell you,' was hts reply, 'only
you must bear in raiml that It is. secret.
"'My father and mother were pioneer*
In a county not. far from this city. I wa i
reared on their farm, end finally sent. *.:.
lo school. My parents are well-to-do
people, church worker:-:, and aro highly
respected ln the neighborhood.
" -About two years ago my father wrote
me a letter, In which he wanted my advice und assistance. To make the story
nhort, und not to stop to describe the peculiar cl re u*oi btan i*i s, I ean say that my
father's trouble was that lie had never
been married to the woman who passed
as his wife.
"'For years thoy had boen satisfied
with this relationship, but at length my
mother began to worry ubout It. She
wanted Ihe ceremony performed legally.
My father had uo objection, but did not
dare to go to any minister or functionary
:n the neighborhood.
•"You know what country communities ure, and what iinphmsant talk would
havo followed. Then my father consulted
me, and the rosult of it/ was a decision to
wait.
"'Two weeks ago I was ordained a
minister, and our mans were then carried
out. The couple I Ju»t married wero my
own fatherland mother.'"—[Des Moines
Leader. - ^ „ „__*,„
A Rift ln tlio Clouds.
Old gentlemen (to elevated road brake-
man )•—" Your life, my young friend, I
imagine is a laborious one, and full of
trials,-"
Hrakeman—"Yes, sir; bnt there are
moments when it is filled'with biassed
pence and happiness and joy.1-*
Old gentleman—"When you are paid
off, I s'poso?"
Brakeman—"No, sir: when I can slam
thogntein the fuee of somebody who Is
in a big hurry."—New York Sun.
A Creaking Hinge
Is dry and turns hard, until oil is applied,
after which it moves easily. When the
joints, or hinges, of tbe body are stiffened
and inflamed by Rheumatism, thoy cannot be moved without causing tlie most
excruciating pains. Ayer's SarsapariUa,
by Its action on the blood, relieves this
condition, and restores the joints to good
working order.
Ayer's SarsapariUa has effected, in our
city, many most remarkable cures, in
cases which batlled the efforts of the
most experienced physicians. Wore It
necessary, I could give the names of
many individuals who have been cured
by taking this medicine. In my case it
has worked wonders, relieving me of
Rheumatism,
after being troubled with it for years. In
this, and ull otber diseases arising from
impure blood, there is no remedy with
which I am acquainted, that affords such
relief as Ayer's Sursapurllla.—It. H.
Lawrence, M. D., Bnltluioro, Md.
Ayer's SarsapariUa cured tne of Gout
and Rheumatism, whon nothing elso
would. It hus eradicated every truce of
diseaso from my system.—It. H. Short,
Managor Hotel Belmont, Lowell, Mass.
I was, during many months, a sufferer
from chronic Rheumatism. Tire disease
afflicted me grievously, in spite of all the
remedies I ctiuld tlnd, until I commenced
using Ayer's SarsapariUa. I took several twttW of this preparation, and was
speedily restored to health. —J. Fream,
Independence, Va. tt
Ayer's SarsapariUa,
Pr-pawl bv lir. J. 0. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mui.
Sola by nil.>rumUU.   Price $1; ill bottlei, $5,
AHIntfnim Parti,
An ageney bun I ecu started In Parle for
hiring; out weddii:*** intents, for tbo special
benefit of couplea vhusb relatives livo in tho
country.
The* manager nntlpritfltofc " to placo at tho
disposition ofthe 1 v''."-room a eholeo aod-
ety— well edm-idi ■'. young pie.n, ohflrmitiR
tulhr-.-s, elegant i* -*.•*•.. rmvoral of-wliiim
nre, lipEtdbp, emit" ed with nil tho tivnt'tf^ry
tnlrmtn apperliiiiii'*.;-to a really tne no-
clot j**," .
1888.
Harper's   Bazar.
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nnd fnHhlon-pliile supplements wilt alone
help Indies to Have mnny times tho cost of
tho subscription, aud papers on social etiquette, decorative art, house-keeping In
ull Its branches, cookery, etc., moke it
useful In every household, and a true promoter of economy. Its editorials are
marked tiytmod sense, aud not a lino is
ail milled lo its columns thai eoul'l nfti'inl
the most fastidious taste.
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1888.
Harper's   Weekly.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
DIRECTORY
SOME COPIES Ol* THE
British Columbia Directory (latest edition) still remain
on hand, and will be disposed of
at a discount for cash.
This Directory is published
by Messrs. Williams and Mal-
landainc; it contains a large
amount of valuable information
respecting the different cities,
settlements, and districts in the
province, besides a list of the
names and addresses bf business
men, farmers, etc. It is a well-
bound book of 308 pages, and is
pronounced by the provincial
press to be the most complete
and accurate Directory ever published in this province.
Copies sent to any post-office
in Canada or the United States,
post-paid, on receipt of $1,50.
The price of the book- is $2,
Address:
B, 0. Printing Oo., Ld.
ilwjnljli*        WK«TMINSTKR,H.O.
FOR SALE.
LOT V.1, BLOOK XXXVI, 182 l'P.l'.T ON
Ellleo Htreet, 150 feel, deep nnd 1.'2
feet on MclmiLH Htreet; contnlns about
'2% ordinary eity lots. Barn una Stublo
on premises Wltli iiceoniuioUalion for 14
horses, harness room, Ac; good well of
•wuiei** gurden, planted Willi fruit trees.
Fui-Mctilimi on uniilicalion fo
dinylMu W. J. PRBJSGH.
-fcTOTJCE.
T HAVE MADE APPLICATION TO
JL Uio Hon. Minister of tlie interior-for
a license to out timber on tho following
lands iu n. W. UlstrJoti Sections 1,2fff.
Hi,II1l'2,i:;,M,-j|,:'r,1_i!,.7, ;;i, :;',, :w, s. K.
(umrier la, u. imir mul B. W. quarter %
Townslilji.is, iil-Jo N. \V. (jiuirlei1 .-i5and X.
Iialfai, Township 1_, iih jilolled on Dominion iniiiMif hitlilDisti-icl.
B. DOUGLAS.
July ft, ISSS. d.lly'.iluil
NOTICE.
SITTIKOH OF THE COUNTY COURT
of Kootenay will he hold nt tho following places, viz.:
At Fnrwell, on Krlilny.the 20th proximo.
At Donald, on I'YIdiiy, tlio 27th proximo.
By Command,
JNO. HOBSON,
Provincial Seoretary,
Provincial Secretary's Offlee,
27th June, 1888. djeSflW
SIGHTv.BLINDNESS
USE  ONLY
N.  STANLEY'S
OEMBBATBD
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE-GLASSES.
ReeommoiHleil   by Leaillng  Oenlisls hi
America i
_D- IiTTAli ete CO.,
ilmylffltfl        Agon tfitNewWe.stint nsler.
NEW WESTMINSTER
BUILDING SOCIETY,
A .SEMI-ANNUAL GENERAL MEET:
.   TM; will   be   hold In tlio COURT
HOUSE on ..ufanlay, .Inly -38, at S n. rn,
Puiu'osk:-(I) Elertlon of Officers for
the ensning-yoor, and all the business of
an Annual Goneral -Meeting;
(2) Drawing for the Sixth Appropriation
Of 81000.
Members in arrears aro requested to
pay all dues, and.new members will he
ailirltleil into all the benefits upon payment of entrance fee nnd fourweelts'suli*
subscriptions, 33 in nil.
By order,     WALTER J, WALKER,
See re ta rv,
Jnly 18,1888. djlyliitd
MYERNMEHT S7
VICTORIA &£.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Of tho Beat Makers in the World.
THE WORLD-RENOWNED ORGANS
nnd PIANOS of llin.ui Jt Hamlin
lilrvo nrriveil. Tlio r-rcul, STEOIC PIANO,
wltli nnloill simlHliiinjf pednl. Tlie nilltoh-
lens DECICER A HONK* PIANOS. The
well-known  dominion pianos and
ORGANS. Hnve rrlno 111 nliii.lt 110NISOH
and CHRISTIE PIANOS. Pianos and
(rrjrariH sold on monthly payments. Pla-
uos for rent ami rent apnlled If pni-ehased
Call nl
II. Peters' Itlnsie Store.
Vit-roniA, B. C.
•-—ANY MAN*^
Who is Weak, Nervous, Debilitated,
who in his Folly and Ignorauce has
Trifled away Ills Vigor of Body, Mind
ami Manhood,--auslnj,'exliaiislingdrains
upon tho Fountains of Life, Hen tine lie, Backache, dreadful Dreams,
Weakness of Memory, Basl.fulness In
S ciety, Pimples upon tlio Face and
all the Effect4 leading to Early Decay,
(oiihiimptioiint Inunully, will find In
oui'Hpecllic No. !_-1 a Poult, vct'ure. It
Imparts Tnntliful Vlsnr, restores the
Vital Power luold and young, strengthens and invlsonites tlie Brains and
Nerves, builds up the muscular system
and arouses Into action tlio whole physical energy of the human frame. With
our Hpeeilli* No. '2'i the most obstinate
case enn he- eured In three months, and
recent ones In less than ;in days. Eaoil
naqknge contains two weeks ti-eatm«i^
Price $2. OUres guaranteed. OurSpeolflQ
No. 21 Is an infallible rureforall Private Diseases, no mill ter of how long
■tanttliiff. Hold under oni - written Oiiar-
nui-j-c to etleetn t'ure. Trice *>">■ Toronto Medicine Co.. Toronto, Ont,
CONSUMPTION
That dread terror, a disease so Ion*?
balling nolo nop nnd the most skilled
physicians, who knew of nothing to
arrest, nothing to alleviate, nothing to
cure. Now it Ik no longer nn Incurable malady oven when given up by
physicians, henltli can yot l-e found lu
OlJIt REMEDY; It healN nud soothes
the me'iihrnne of the Tilings- inllumed
and poisoned by the ravages of Mils
fell diseaso, and prevents llie night
sweats ami tightness across tlio chest
which accompany It. Price 9.1.
CURES   GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medicino Co., Toronto, Out,
0VK KIKHAXT I'KKPAKATIONS.
Itomoinher wo manufacture and are the
sole ln-oprletors of the following special-
lies, nnd that they can be bud from no
other source. THE* ARE NOT FOR SALE BY
DRUGGISTS, uorrespnndonec sirictly eoa-
tiilentiiil. CniiMiltiitlnn upon nil chronic
dlseiive invited. HO CHARGE oxcept for
medicines. All u'"*'!* s>'"' stctire from
observation. Toronto Medicine Co., Torouto, out.
HAIR  COLORING.
Our niagnlfleent preparations uVowarranted perfeotly luirJnloss, Wo prepare
the following colors-tlio finer shades
arise from the hair Itself: 111 ft ok, Dark
lh-own, Medium Rrown, Chestnut, Light
Chcslmil, Hold Blonde, Ash or lllonde
Cendrce. Hend snnipli* of hulr when ordering. Price,.? per bottle. Toirmto Medicino Co., Toronto, Out.
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordering please specify which ymi
rapilre; we iiuarantee lliom to give entire
satisfaction. No. 8 imparls to Iho skin
the color and freshnefls of maidenhood,
harm loss and cannot bo detected, _.'2\..
No. it removes wrinkle.*.. 32. No. 10 removes 1,1 ver Spots, *}\,'2*\ No. II removes
riosh Worms, 41.26. No. 12 removes
Kivekles, JI.S.i. No. 13 roinnves IMniplcs,
.l.'l'i. No. 1) removos Tan, St.05. No. 15
removes Moles, ?:'. No. 1(1 removes Tnek-
murlis,v2. No. 17 removes undue Porspl-
WtlOn, m\Mi No. IS, an absolute unfailing
uppolfio for tbe rotontlon,it6Y*_lnpinoni or
rest oral Ion of the Tfalr, Sl.'ii, Toronto
Medicine Co., Toronto, Out..
THE BUST.
No, li) is n emblneil Intornnl and external  Ireatnu-lit. whicli  RplMjdit¥ llfiVOlOpH
or restores tho female bust to Micpioyor-
Horn of voluptuous niitim*.    Is onllrcty
iiarnilessHiui ci-rlnin inn*sitlln,   Price set.
Toionlo Medicine Co,. Toronto, Ont.
ilWllplKj'l
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREBT,
New Westminster, B.C.
err HiitlHffictloc Kunranteed.       daplaic
City Laundry
JOE   QUI,
HAVING LEANED AND FITTED UP
a Hhop on Italian Htreet. nearly opposite Mr. wise's .Stable, is now prepared
to undertake tho work of a
Genera! Laundry.
Competent men employed, and work
guaranteed. Having engaged a Wagon
for delivery, clothes will do delivered
promptly In any part of the city. Flrst-
class references given if required. A trial
order solicited. Prices will be found as
low Us In any first-class establishment.
Families taken at special rates.
ee*Ordcrs may be loft at Mr. Dickinson's
Butcher Hhop, Columbia Ht. dja6lo
INDEPENDENT
STRAIGHT, MIR COMMISSION BUSINESS.
OWNERS OF FARMS OR CITY LOTS
to sell will hare their Interests, as
well us buyers, carefully guarded In all
transactions, and no extras put on flrst
prlees.
Always have good bargains In Vancouver Lola.
Correspondence solicited.
WM. CLARK BELL,
Cambir St., P. O. Box US,
•v._._r._oTrw_>_t.
ilii|illlUr
Dominion Lands,
Tf YOU AKE PAYING FOR YOUR
J. Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
<;razing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from tbe Dominion Govern*
ment,
DO NOT PAY CASH
Rut pay In £|
large discount,
Rcrin ean bo obtained in large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY k CHAMPION,
-A_-KBBS,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OK FROM
THS BASK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwmh6lo
To San Francisco, Cal,,
BY WAY OP THE
Southern Pacific Company's
I.II.BS.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker in Time than any other
Route between
Grand Scenic Bonte or the hclle
Coast.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CAR8
For Accommodation of Second-Class Pan-
Hcngers, attached to Express Trains.
Fare from Portland to Sacramento and
San Frauolncor Unlimited, $'JSt First
Olass (Limited), •***, Second Class (Limited), »1S.
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
E. P. ROGERS,
Arrnt. Gen, Freight A Pass. Agent.
djefilo
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
General Merchandise!
JiHW WKSTMNST-H, B. C.
Hay and Feed
wood & OOAL
(THE BEST QUALITY).
Wry 4ioo(1h, Boots *& Show,
Fro visions & CrocerleH.
FARMERS'    HARDWARE,
'■-t«»*K*Os   €*»•-
iHrAH we uko no -whisky or tobiu-cu we
can, liy temperate lialilts nud direful eep-
uomy, serve Uie tuibllo nt espwlnllylnw
rntes. ilwjnlLle
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'lf.
1 Old T.iioau8t. ud 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOE INSURING H&U8ES Jt OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and ttie
Cargoes of euch Vessels; also, Shim build-
in-; and repairing, Barges and other Ves-
set**-* on navigable rivers and canala, and
Gooda on board auch Vessels, throughout
Groat Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
nm iOSB 0K DAMAQl BT KIRK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
•61,600.000 8TG.
Rntes of Premium m. every informs
tlou Tan be obtained on appliuatlou to
W. J. ABMSTBONfi,
Agent fo.* New Westminster
mHE UNDERSIGNED KKKI'S CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LABGE AND
X   complete assoi-tment of
ra     __p_     ___-___■ ___k _K_**^K_
■    <m_     ■W_t__«JP M-a.B-9
Wliieh will be'sold »t tlio LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES FOR CASH. «*A large
consignment to arrive Bhortly.-rfJi Always in stock—Leather. Shoe Findings, &e„ of all kirrila.  Custom Work a specialty.
_r_-.X-CX.a   ROTTSBBAV,
Uwjelyl " K0>_i,c0I.t,_iBlABTl«KET.
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"'OMtorLisso-elladapteiltochUilreiiauit I Cutori* cure. Celle. OogMpitKn.
111 Bo. Oxford St, BrooUyn, N.T.   I Witllout injurioui medioaOon.
The Cektaub Cokpaht, 17 Murray Street, N. Y.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
MMMESfflMlllICILi.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY   S.   MASON, ,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,    )
I
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 Hew Broad St. - LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Business of ALLSOP k MASON hu been merged in the above Company
and will be carried on by the Company from this date as a general Land Investment
and Lunrance Agen .y.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Uw Rates. Town Loti and Farming
Lands for Sale on easy terms,
Victoria, a a. May 16th, 1887. dwje7te
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET - VICTORIA.
AQBNTa   FOE
North British and Mercantile
Insnrance Co. Tor Halnland.
H.C. BEETON A CO.,
36 Finsbury Circus,
London, E. C,
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
TTAVINO TAKEN P088KSSION OP
XI the "Temperance House,"-fronting
on Columbia aim Church Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Churoh, and now xnown
aa the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publlo
at tbe following rates;
Board per day „„
"      "  week	
Single Heats	
...tl 00
..6 00
...    25
■ekGood nccomiuodntlon for Ladles and
families. myBic
Flowers for sale
NOTICE.
tail life Assusse Go.
PARTIES l.SSI'UKIUN THK ABOVE
JL Compnny, wliuso lYcnilimiN nro )mv-
ftblnat East-em polptn»can Imvo ll.o'puujo
of pity men I. thcronf ohnngad to this eity,
frccof cherge,hy tippiying to tliiMintlcr-
signed,
iritlHliN taken In thin lendingCmiw
dlati 1'omiiHii.v ni mmi fhvorald-ii mtcH.
HENRY V. ESMONDS,
dje28tc Ahrnt.
HACK, LIVERY, STACE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At SpiKlllll 1__~ Rnlt»T.
faying ui All Sinds of taig
Done nt Shortest Notice.
1>i\v I'nnlwiMMl delivered to nny part of
he City.
Orders by -Telephone'will receive prompt
attention,
mrst-nblcs nearly opnoKiti1 C. T. It. Depot, Oolnm hin St., Now Westminster,
djalltc      QILLEY BROS. Props.
THE   UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN
appointed agents for the *
LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO.
And are prepared to receive applications
fqr policies on aU good risks at current
rates.
MAJOR & PEARSON,
Real Estate, Fire and Life Insurance
Agents, Bank of B. C. Building, opposite
Post Office, Westminster.        dje_6m3
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Neirlj Opposite the ColonUl Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
auortment of all description, of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam-
Ies, Restaurants, and Steamboats it th*
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
CHINA  & JAPAN
■   n
Fancy Goods
WE HAVE JUST UECElVKDalalye
consignment of all kinds nf
CELEBRATED TEA,
•embroidered silk Goods,.
SlinwU, Screens, Bed Quill*.
Dressing downs, Etc., Ktc.
—A180—
Porcelain, SMsuma, cioliMnc,
Rronie, Ivory, Sandalwood ami
Carlos of Every Description:
IMPOIITFD BY EVERY STEAMER DIMOT HON
CHINA AMD JAPAN.
Hoping that you will honor ng with yonr
visit, we remain vory respectfully yours,
Kwong on Wo &Co.,
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far 9 month. - * a
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ISr « months i  »«
Mr month - i m    S
Petweea     *»
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rsnifto be made In advance.
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t3 per month: a In.. (H: «col. to.so; !<i col.
mil; 1 col. IIO. If Inserted for less than 8
mos. 10 per cent, will be added.
Special SoMces among resiling matter,
Sl et». per line each Insertion. Specials
nailing attention to adverllsenienlh, loci*.
"wrths*. Mnrrlages and EeaUM.ll for eech
insertion; Funeral Notices In connection
With deaths, SO cts. eaoh Insertion,
lu. I lni. Mies, when dlsplnyed.eharged
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solid, I'lmrged at regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
Ium4 every W«l»«.day Horning.
lieilvereii In the City, p«r yenr. ttOjj
Mulled, imryeor ■ fee
Veiled, 0 mouth Mt
WltKtV ADVESTISIKO SATES,
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less tban 3 mos. 10 per cent, will ne added
to these rates.
Special notices among reading mutter,
SO els. por line each Insertion.
Cats must he all metal,and for large outs
an entra rate will be charged, No advt.
' inserted lu either Issue for less than 11.
■arPenwus sending In advertisements
should be cansful to state whether they
ar. to appear in the Dally Edition, or the
Weekly, or both.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
School Trustee Election. .*iV.B.Towuaend
Annual Meeting W. H. Keary
Coming B. Laurance
Dentist 0. K. C. Brown
By-laws (2) .J. A. Robinson
Appointments Prov. Seo
Tenders Wanted Clow b Maclure
fhnln § ritish fllflhtmbian
Friday Evealng, July «, UK*.
Coming—Mr. B. Lawrence, optician.   See adv.
The Pacific express was an hour and
a half lata to-day.
There will be no practice at the
Brownsville range to-morrow.
The b.s. Parthia arrived at Vancouver yesterday from San Francisco.
The voting on tho bonus by. law and
for two school trustees take, place on
August 7th,
Clow & Maclure, tho architects, are
calling {or tenders for the ereotion of
to addition to Mr. J. 8. Clute's residence.
The ltr. Irving left for Popcum and
intermediate ports this morning, taking
30 pataiengers and 30 tuna of merchandise.
The str. Rithet cleared for Victoria
this morning with 70 head of cattle,
30 tons of freight and a number of
passengers.
Tlrtre are a number of varieties of
corns. Holloway's Corn Cure will re-
move any of them. Call on yonr druggist
aud get a bottle at once.
A largo consignment of Children's
and Misses' Boot, and Shoes just arrived at Rousaoau's, whioh will be
aold lor the lowest possible rates. *
The steamer Sir James Douglas was
engaged on Saturday in replacing the
spar buoys in the False narrows between Qabriola and Mudge islands.
Not a particle of calomel, nor any
other deleterious substance, enters into
the composition of Ayer's Pills. On the
contrary, thiB medicine is carefully com*
pounded from the curative properties ol
purely vegetable substances,   'iry it.
To-morrow the team that represented
the Westminstor club in the match
against Victoria last Saturday, plays a
team of eighteen chosen from the other
players of the club. A lively match is
expeoted.
By an adv, to day it will be noticed
that the annual meeting of subscribers
to the Royal Columbian Hospital has
adjourned until Tuesday, the 7th of
August, at 5 p. in., in the surgory of
the hospital.
If you wish to restore the bloom to
your wasted check, anil so improve yonr
health that plumpness ami strength will
succeed emaciation ami debility, purify
vour blood with Ayer's SarsapariUa.
This remedy will benetit you more surely
than any other.
The cricket match, Sapperton .1 union
va. Westminster Juniors, will bo finished to-night. These junior matches
are exciting considerable attention,
and they are a good thing, one of tho
best, in fact, for producing suitable
material to straighten the senior clubs.
The report was brought to town last
evening that a man named Charles
Swales had been found deud in his
cabin ut Wellington. Mr. Bray, Government agent, went out at once. We
eguld obtain no further particulars up
to our hour of going to press -Nitnai-
mo Free Prest.
Mr, Henry Marshall, Reeve of Dunn,
writes: "Some time ago I got a bottle of
Northrop b Lyman's Vegetable Discovery
from Mr. Harriaon, and I consider it the
very best medicine extant for Dyspepsia,"
This medicine Is making marvellous cures
in Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, etc , in
purifying the blood and restoring manhood to full vigor.
The salmon catch last night was not
very good opposite and above the city,
the boat, only averaging 20 each.
Further down the river the boats averaged 80 fish eaeh, whioh ie considered
very good fishing. Three large sturgeon weighing over 000 lbs, each were
caught by Vianen's boats last' night
Tlie schooner Sapphire, Capt, Cos,
arrived at Viotoria on Wednesday
Bight with 700 seal skins. The
•only veaeel spoken by the Sapphire
wae the Ullie _., Capt. Minor, with
1000 skine. Tha Sapphire is owned by
B. B. Marvin .and Oapt. Cox. Seal.
time, -tary soaree, and the captain
.dates none of the schooners outside, of
.Be-rio-* Sea will make a good catch
this aeaaon. '.   .
A tMlgMfBtTrtp.
The str, Gladys leaves for Harrison
Hot Springs, direct, at? o'clook tomorrow morning nud will endeavor
to connect with the Atlantic express
at Harrison river, thus giving passengers the benetit and plessure of a trip
lo the springs by water, On Sunday
the Gladys will make a tour oi Hsi •
tisun Lake, whioh will be an elMlInt
opportunity for sight-seem to view
the many beauties surrounding thnt
famous shoot of water. The steamer
will leave the spllngs at 0 o'clock on
Monday morning for Westminster.
A great many people intend taking
advantage of this delightful trip.
•'The ll-'il Mine Din-ill.'*
A woll known C. 1". 11. magllate, nt
whose name governments tremble and
railway corporations i[Unko with f»ar.
while in conversation with a prominent
British Columbian a week or two ago,
nnoutthe building of tlm Southern
railway, concluded Ins rinnnrks wilh
the following characteristic ioulence,
"lf Wostminster don'; look nut I'll
kill thed—d little burgh." To outsiders, looking at Westminster through
C. P. K. spectaolos, we do seem venturesome when we oppose Ihe greatest railway corporation on earth. But
tho people of tho royal burgh are not
to bo bull-dosod and overawed by
threats, and they live mnde nf n material tno manly lo lick the slini* of tlio
C. 1*. ft, or any other corporation,     A
Will Henries Rrlnrn.
The Colon's' lifts received private information front Prof. Menzies to the
effect that he will shortly return lo the
city to make his peace with the offended law. The "Professor" also informs
his friend that he has been doing u
rushing business in Blaine, W. T.,
and consequently could not get over
to see him bofore. His business wus
too profitable to leave it. He haa decided, however, lo give some ono else
a chance to make a little money and
proposes to show tho world how brave
an innocent man can be. In this the
"Professor" is wise. Mr. Gardner,
Victoria iu general, and especially
tho *rii)ics, will welcomo him with opcu
arms. Tho _*iiiieri will endeavor moreover to assist him in obtaining justico
and if he is not tho miserable degraded
rascal that it has described him it wjll
endeavor to make amends for injury
dono lo him. On the other hand if lie
be guilty the influence nud assistance
of the Co'wiisf shall not save him.—
Times. 	
The Deputy Minister's Visit
Mr. A. M. Burgess, deputy of the
minister of the interior, nud Mr. Robt.
Sedgwick, deputy of the minister of
justice, were this morniug occupied
with official mutter, in oonneotion with
their deptitnrenis. This afternoon
Mr. Burgess. Mr. and Mra. Sedgwick,
Mr. H. H. Smith, P. Chisholm, M.P.,
und Mias Ohisholm, Mrs. Z.S.Hall,
Capt. Bole, M.P.P., snd Mrs. Bole,
G. D. Bryminer, H. B. W. Aikman,
T. S. Higginson, A. F. Cotton, and a
number of ether prominent citizens nt
the invitation of Mr. Alex. Ewen,
took a trip down the river on the atr.
Adelaide. A number uf canneries
were visited and the process of preparing nud canning the iish waa aeen
by the visitors, with whicli they were
much interested. After a very pleasant, trip tlio steiimer returned to the
city shortly past 4 o'clock. To-morrow
the party will take a trip to Harrison
Hot Spring., whero Sunday will be
spent in visiting tho many points of
interest in the neighborhood of that
famous resort.
from Part Simpson.
Rev. Thos, Orosby, of Fort Simpson
and the northwest coast, is in tho city,
and called at thia office to dsy. Mr.
Crosby left Fort Simpson just three
weeks ago yesterday on the staunch
little missionary steamer Glad Tidings,
and took in nearly all the inlets of the
coast en route. He roports having
had a line trip on his missionary tour,
and will leavo Viotoria next Wednesday on ins return voyage, going by the
west coast of Vancouver Island, and
reaching homo iu about a month from
now, as thero is considerable missionary work to bo done on route. Mr.
Croaby. in speaking of tho Skeena
trouble, expressed the opinion thut
the shunting of the Indian, Kit-Cool
Jim, wns a great mistake and might
ensily hnvo been avoided had less
bungling occurred. Now that the
trouble hud progressed so far, it was
difficult to say what would be the upshot, but hu did not anticipate anything very sorious. In the Skeena
country thero were some five ov six
tribes, comprising about 1,500 or 2,000
Indians, men, women and children.
___
CMMtm -Crj'fer Rtcher'. Castoria
A Plenum! Huryrlup,
THIb afternoon wo were mado the
happy recipient of a bran new hatchet,
almost similar to the one used by
Oeorge Washington in destroying hia
father's cherry orchard. The hatchet,
thanks to the forethought of the donor,
has an edge like a razor, but we havo
had no chance to try its temper yot, as
no enraged subscribers called during
the dtiy. " For the fighting editor " it
the legend that graces the handle, and
the " lighting editor lakos thin means
of returning thanks for the generous
and useful gift. Wa always knew that
uprightness nnd a faithful regard for
the truth would bring its reward
sooner or later, und now it to most satisfactory and encouraging to find ourselves ranked with the great Oeorge
Washington -an honor never before
accorded to a newspaper writer. We
are now in a position to insist on all
delinquent subscribers t*> "call and settle," either by cash or single combat.
While we retain the hatchet, business
will be business, and no mistake. The
old plan of dropping in and cheerfully
offering to " pulverize " us if he received any more duns, ia played out.
Our bills will now he sent iu rnnulurly,
and, ut we said before, delinquents are
cordially invited to oume Hlong and
settle.     ^^^^^^^^^^
Do not delay in getting relief for the
little folks. Mother Graven' Worm R**-
terminator in a pleasant and sure cure.
If you love yonr child why do yon let it
mitViM- when a remedy in no near at hand.
Special council Meeting,
A special meeting of the council wm
hold lasi night to take into consideration th(J;bonu8 by-laws. VreBont Aid.
Shiles, Herring, DeBeck, Calbick, Hoy
mul Ovens.
Hia Worship Mayor Dickinson in
the chniv.
iM-MVi'Mivnosn,
Krtnii ilia Toronto Rubber Cd. id*
commending its muke of hoso uud offering honk' und ladder truck* for iale.
Referred to tire committee.
Aid. Cnlbick neennded by Ald.Shiles
m.'Ved that the fuumtty and workshops
by-law be reud a first time.   Carril-d.
The by-law rtaB reatl a first time nnd
passed.
On illation the by-law was reud a
second time nnd pn&aed.
Moved by Aid. Cslbick ami aeuund-
ed by Aid. Oi-ena that the vuthig ou
thw by-law lake place on August 7th.
Carriod.
On muiiuii the council went into
committeii on-the whole; AM. Bhilea
in the chair.
On motion of Aid. Hen-mi* llie by-
l.iw was takeu as read and roportod
complote.    Hi-port adopted.
On motion the by-law was ordered
to be published in the Guardian, and
COLUMUIAN.
Moved by Aid. Shiles end seconded
by Aid. Ovens that the by-law to provide an ndenuate ferry boat Bsrvico be
road i\ first timo.   Carried.
Oil motion tlio by-law was road a
aocoud time and carried.
On motion the council wont iuto
committee of tho whole on the ferry
service by-law; Aid. Herring in the
chair.
Ou motion the by-law was read and
reported complete without amendment.
Adopted.
The by-law was ordered to be published in the Guardian and Columbian.
On motion Capt. Peele was appointed returning officer with power to appoint deputies.
A communication from Mrs. Brighouse was referred to the board of
works with power to act.
Aid. Herring moved that the third
reading of the amendment to the revenue by-law bo rescinded and referred
back to the counoil in committee of the
whole.   Curried.
The council weut into committee of
the whole on the revenue by-law.
Aid. Herring moved that the license
for theatrical companies be $5 for first
and $3.50 for aeuuml performance.
The conimittue roue and reported the
by-law complete with amendments.
Tho by-law waB read a third time
and passed.
Aid. Calbick moved that the board
of worka be empowered to arrange for
a water supply for the council chambers.
The council then adjourned.
C. A. Livingstone, Plattsville, nays;
"I have much pleasure In recommending
Dr. Thomas' Kduutric Oil, from having
used it myself, and having sold it for
some time. In my own case X will say
for it that it is the best preparation I
have ever tried for rheumatism."
Pmonai.
We regret to learn that Mra. Oeo.
Wise is very ill in this city, and will
be taken to St. Mary's Catholic hospital.
Bishop Cridge Imb arrived iu the
city and will preach at St. Paul's both
morning and evening, on Sunday.
At the evening service a class of young
people will be confirmed.
Tlie friends of Dr. McSwain in this
city will be glad to learn that recent
letters received from him, from River
side, Cal., give more favorable accounts
of his health than have been anticipated.
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
Thomas Robinsln, Farnham Centre,
P. Q., writes: "I have been afflicted
with rheumatism for the last ten years,
and have tried many remedies without
any relief. 1 got a bottle of Dr. Thomas'
Kclectric Oil, and found it gave instant
relief, and since then have had no attack.
I would recommend it to all."
Wben Baby wss siok, wa cm ber Cutoria,
When ehe wu i Child, ibe cried for Cutoria,
Wben she became Mist, the citing to Cutoria,
Wlua sh* bad Children, ibe gavo thim Cutoria
.lob printing of all kinds neatly done
at tho Columbian office. Prlees will be
found us low aa at any other office In
Ibe iirovinoe —Adv,
C
K. C. BHOWN,
DENTIST.
BY-LAW NO,-
A ft?'la« to -Provide for an
Adequate Ferry Boat Servlro.
WHERKAS It IS DKS1RABLE TO
provide for the operation of the
Kerry for which a license was granted to
tha Corporation of the City of New
W-Mtmtuitar end the Corporation of the
District of Surrey by letters patent bearing date the Seventh day of October, 1S8.1,
A>m Whereas for the jmrpose afore-
daid It is expedient to raise by way of
loan tho sum of $73,000 upon the credit
of the said City.
And Whkhkah It will require the sum
of $0,000.00 to be raised annually by
special rate for payiug the debt intended
to bo hereby created and tlie interest
thereon.
And* Whkrkas the amotlut of the
whole ratable property of the siid Corporation according to the last revised Aa-
HCHBmeutnoUUM.dll.OO,
And WiiKRUAN for paying the interest
uud crcrtiug an equal yearly sinking
fund for payinir the principal of tlie .aid
debt intended to be hereby created according to the "Municipality Act, 1881,"
au annual special rate of seven mills on
the dollar will be required.
BE IT THKHKFORK ENACTED by
the Mayor and Council of the Corporation of tho City of New Westminster, as
follows:
1, It shall he lawful for the Mayor of
the said City to,«'«e by way of loan from
any person or persons or body or bodies
corporate who may bB willing to advance
the same upon the credit nf tho Debentures hereinafter mentioned a sum of
money not exceeding in the whole the
sum of 975,000.00, and to cause the same
to be paid into the hands of the Clerk of
of the said Corporation for the purpose
aud with the object hereinbefore recited.
2. It shall be lawful for the said Mayor
to cause auy number of Debentures to be
made for such sums of money as may be
be required, not luss than $500.00,
and each and all such Debentures shall
be sealed with the Common Seal of the
said Corporation, and signed hy the
Mayor.
II, The Baid Debentures shall be mndr.
payable in AO yeara from the date hereinafter mentioned, for this by-law to take
effect at the office of tho Clerk of the said
Corporation at tbe City Hall, New Westminster, and shall have attached to them
coupons for the payment of the interest,
4. The said Debentures shall hear interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum from the date thereof, which interest shall be payable half-yearly at the
office of the said Clerk.
o. For the purpose of forming a sinking
fund for the payment of the aaid Debentures and tha Interest to become duo
thereon an equal special rate of ueveu
mills ou the dollar shall) in addition to
all other rates, bo raised, levied uud collected in each year upon ull ratable property within tho said City of New Westminster during the continuance of the
said Debentures, or auy of them.
ti. The said moneys shall be expended
iu providing for the construction of an
efficient Steam Ferry suitable for transferring the rolling stock of any Railway
Company which now ia or hereafter during tlie term for which the said license
was grauted or any extension thereof
may lie constructed within the Province
of Britisli Columbia, ami also passengers,
horses, wagons, cattle and heavy freight
across the Fraser River within the
boundaries mentioned in tlie said letters
patent, and in securing the operation of
the said Ferry adequately ami sufficiently
for the requirements of the public service
in such manner and upon such terms and
conditions us the Council ot the said Corporation may by resolution at any time
or from time to time direct.
7. It shall be lawful for the said Corporation from time to time to re-pui-chase
uny of tbe said Debentures at such price
as shall in each ease he mutually agreed
upon, and all Debentures m re-purchased
shall be forthwith cancelled nnd uo re-
issue of Debentures or auy Debentures
shall be made in consequence of bucIi repurchase.
8, This By-law shall before the final
passage thereof receive the as.eut of the
'Electors of the said corporation in manner
provided by the "Municipality Act, 1881,"
and shall take eli'ect and eome iuto force
the Thirtieth day of August, 1888.
This By law may be cited as the "Ferry Service By-law, 1888."
By-law read the first time on the 26th
day of July, A. D. 1888.
Bylaw read the Becond time on the
26th day of July, A. D. 1888.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THK ABOVE
is a true copy of tho propoaed By-
Law upon which tlm vote of the Municipality will be triken at the following
places in the Citv of New Westminster;
That lit to aav,—
In St. Andrew's Ward, at the Royal
City Planing Mill Co's premise*, being
the old Dom. 8. M. Co's office, Richard
street, in the said city.
In St. George's Ward, at the Council
Chamber, Columbia street, in tbe said
city,
In St. Patrick's Ward, at the Pavilion,
Albert Crescent, in tho said city.
On the 7th day of August, 1888, be.
tween the hours of 10 o'clock in the forenoon and 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
iUMKA A,  KOBINHON,
jy27td 0, M. C.
Rooms-U. A C.over Jtiink nf British Columbia.
Hours-!! a, m, to U.K. p. in.      UwJlyZTtc
COMING.
N THE SEVENTH 01^ AUGUST, Mr.
j n. LAI kino;, -ttiiiicUn, will visit
.ew Westminster. Any winning to be
iimclRllyfllt.il can bo uconmmrnfiitfil by
calling on him atl). H.C1IKT1HACU.'H
Dmg Ht-ore. Mr. Laurance carries a full
line and can suit any sight.       iljlyzrtd
Ne\
TENDERS
LTOIt BUILDING A TWO BTOREY AD-
F dltlon lo the residence of Mr. J. 8.
rlutfl will be received hy tbe undersigned
up to noon of August flth.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.     .--^ ^ MACUJRK(
dJyfltaiH Architect*.
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.
HIS HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT-
Governor has been pleased to make
the following appointments:
23rd July, 1888,
Edward L. Klrkliinil, Esquire, to be Assessor and Collector, uuder thn Assessment Acts, nnd Collector of Provincial
Revenue Tax, for the District* of New
Westminster and New Wostminster City.
Wth July, 1888.
John .Tamos Niutns, Esquire, of Campbell River, to bo a Justine of the Pence for
the County of Nanalmo, Province of British Columbia.
Reginald H. Pldcork, Esquire, of Alert
BHv.lolieaJusMco of the Peace for the
Counties ut Nanalmo and Now Westmin-
Kor, Provinoenf British minrnhtu.     tl
Royal Columbian Hospital,
ANNUAL MEETING.
XHK ANNUAL MEETING OF BUB-
sciribf-rs to the Royal Columbian
Kpltal will he held In the Hurgerynf
the Hospital ut r- p. m., TUESDAY, Hh
.tiitrnM. Ihhh. Bus) new- Reception of Reports and election of Directors for ensuing
year.  By onler,
W. H. KEARY,
Hon. Hec.
New West.,2Tt)l July, 1888. djl.v27td
milE ELECTION OF A TRUHTER FOR
J   Ht. George's and Ht. Andrew's Wards
jjj jjr__«_. ._„._...___«_.„«_..__.__. _.■_._._.
BY-LAW NO.«
A By-law to aid Individuals or
n Company who shall establish a Foundry and other
Works within the limits of
the City of New Wostminster
or Immediately adjacent
thereto.
WI'IKKKAS It is is desirable tu se.
oure the location of a Foundry
and other works for the manufacturing
and repairing ot the rolling-stock whicli
may be or now is used hy the New Westminster Southern Railway Company or
other Railway Companies -within the
Province of British Columbia, and tor
the malting and repairing of such appliances and things as may he requisite for
tho maintenance aud operation of any suuh
Railway;
Ami WUfcUUAS it ts expedient to grant
(or the said purpose by way of bonus, six
per cent, debentures ot the City of New
Westminster to the amount of ?7-r),03O,
aud by exempting from all Municipal
taxation for 25 years the said works and
the property ti be used therein;
Ani> Wiikukas it witl require the Hum
of •_ (1,000, to be ruined annually by special
ra(e for payiug tlie debt intended to be
hereby created and the interest thereon;
And Whkiieas the amount of the
whole rateable property of the said Corporation, according to the last revised
assessment roll, is -$802,611;
And Wberear, fnr paving tho intereat
id  creating  an equal  yearly sinking
fund for paying the principal of the said
IHHH, nt the Council Chambers, H.ank
Hull, for Ht. Oeori(«'M Ward, nnd at. tbe
K, O. P. HllleMbMWtm. Andrew's Ward,
coinmenelnic at 11 o.ni.
In ease a poll Is demanded, voting will
commence at 10a. m. of tbe noxt duy und
close at 4 p.m.
Extiiact nam Ptrm.io School Act, 1889.
"•2:i, Any person registered as a voter, ns
hereinafter provided, shnll heollglbleto
vote at any school meeting held Tn such
District, and in the ward in which lie Is
registered, for Ihn election of Trustees;
Rruvlded always, that It shall not he law-
tl for any person to votefnrTrmurosln
more than ont ward In'any City Hehool
District"
$ , By order of Hoard of Trustaos,
WU. B. TOWNHEND,
Secretary, pro. tern.
Now Wast., July 27, W8. ilJlytfM
debt intended to be hereby created according to the "Munieip lity Act, 1881,"
an annual special rate of seven mills on
the dollar will be required;
Now, Therefore, the Mayor and
Council of tlie City of New Westminster
enact as follows:
1. For the purpose aforesaid it shall be
lawful for the said Mayor to Issue do-
lienttires of the raid City for the sum of
:*>7"i,0(Kl of lawful money of Canada In
denominations of not less than W00.00
each, and the said Debentures shall he
Beated with the common seal of the
said Corporation and signed hy the
.Mayor.
2. Tlie said Dehenturea^hall he made
payable in SO years from the date herein,
after mentioned for this bylaw to take effect, at the office of the Clerk of the said
Corporation, at the City Hall, New Weat*
minuter, and shall have attached to them
coupons for the payment of the interest,
3. The said debentures shall bear interest at the rate of six per cent, per au
num from tliu date thereof, which inter
est shall be payable half-yearly at the
otiicc of the said Clerk.
4. Kor the purposo of forming a sinking fund for the payment of the said debentures aud tho interest to become due
thereon an equal special rate uf seven
mills on the dollar shall, in addition to
all otber rates, be raised, levied aud collected iu each year, upon all ratable
property within the said City of Now
Westminster, dm iug the continuance of
the said Debentures or auy of them.
ii. The said Mayor shall not issue the
said Debenture.-) or any of them until after
tho Council of thu said Corporation shall
have passed a resolution requesting him
so to do, and he' shnll' hold the said De.
heuturcs after the issue thereof, upon
trust, for the said Corporation, until the
said individuals or company shall have
entered into au Agreement with the said
Corporation for the erection, maintenance and operation of the said works in
Buch manner and upon such terms and
conditions as tbe said Council may, by
resolution, approve of, and upon the further trust to pay over the said Debcn
hires to tbe said individuals or Company
In ouch manner and at such time or times
as the said Counoil may by resolution ut
any time or from time to time direct.
ti. The said Council shall not authorize
any of the said DeWntnrcs to hu paid
over to the aaid individuals or Com*
pany until they shall havo given tn the
said Council satisfactory evidenue of
being possessed of the capital requisite
for the erection, maintenance and opera
tion of the aaid work, and, if a Company,
of being in bona fide working operation:
nor until after security shall have lieen
given to the satisfaction of the said
Council for the performance by the said
Individuals or Company of the conditions
to be contained In the said agreement.
7. The aaid agreement shall provide
for the erection of the Bald works either
within the limits of the said city or immediately adjacent thereto and North
of the Fraser River, and that the same
shall cost not less than $75,000 and ahull
have continuously employed therein t
sufficient number of men to operate the
same efficiently at all times.
8. The said works and the premises
whereon the. same may be erected, ai
provided for by the said agreement and
the property to be used therein shall lw
exempt from all taxation by the said
Corporation for the term of twenty-five
years from the completion of the said
works.
fl. It shall ho lawful for the said corporation, from. time to time to repurchase any of the Baid Debentures at such
price as shall in eaoh case be mutually
agreed upon, and all Dcbehturea so ro*
purchased shall be forthwith cancelled,
and no re-isauu of Debentures, or any
Debentures, shall he made in consequence
of such re-purchase.
10, This Bylaw shall, before the tlnal
passage thereof, receive the asseut of tho
electors of the said Corporation In the
manner provided bythe "Municipality
Act, 1881," aud shall take effect and come
into force on tho Thirtieth day of August, 1888.
11, This Bylaw may be cited as the
"Workshops Bonus Bylaw, 1888."
By-law read the first time on tlie 20th
day of July A.D., 1888.
By-law read the second time on the
20th day of July A.D., 1888.
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK THAT THK ABOVK
is a truo copy of the proposed By.
Law upon which tho vote of the Munlci-
pality will Ik taken at the following
plaoe. lu tho City of Kew Westminster;
That is to say,—
In St. Andrew's Ward at tile Royal
City Planing Mills Co's premises, being
the old Dom. 8. M. Co's office, Richard
street, in tho said city.
In St. Oeorge*. Ward ut tho Council
Chamber, Columbia street, in the said
citv.
In St. Patrick's Ward, at the Pavilion,
Albert Crescent, In the said city.
On the 7th day of August, 1888, lie.
tween tha hours of 10 o'clock in the forenoon and four o'clock iu the afternoon.
.lAMKS A. ttlllllSSON,
JyiRtd C, M. C.
NOTIOE.
NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN THAT
we have applied to tho Minister of
Uie Interior for a license to cut timber on
the west.!, of HeuMim art, llio northwest \
ot Serrtlrm _r. In 1*ownshlp2,and'Seotlou
HI, Bloirk t, North, Range One West, all
sliliatcd In New Westminster District.
ROYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
Per
NewWesl„.luly*W, 1BH8.
(Limited 1,
W. A. Dvm'AX.
illl.vMml
JAMES ELLARD I CO,
Have Just Received Direct from the Manufacturers,
-A FINK UNE Olt—
White and Colored Skirt Allover and
Narrow Laces,
White & Colored Swiss and Cambric
Embroideries.
New Colored Embroidered Washing
Dresses,
Children's Chambray & Sailor Suits.
Ladies', Children's and Infants' lln*
derclothing,
All styles In Ladies' White & Colored
Aprons.
mm —-ill-Til—n PKIOBt    BXOKT.i
Oall and Examine.
LONDON   HOUSE,
dwjeisto New Westminster, B. ('.
Jfr'- C^ JtC .dC3-._____-. J_D _
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE HANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN TRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & Uye-CilnSNes iu steel, rulilwr, silver nml gnl 1
frames,   The finest Pebbles made, _■! per pair; all sights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having learned tli •
buBioeu thoroughly from some of the finest Horologcra in England, aud since thou
managed tbo watch-repairing departments of a few of tbe best firms on tho conti
nent of America, Ib a sufficient guarantee of good -workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate.
Montheal, Dec., 1887.—Mr. F, Crake,— Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I uever found a Watchmaker who did so
well for mo as yon did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you arc not here to-day."
ilwapl'.tc _
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE &  RETAIL
SUNDAY HOURS.—MtnwiHo, frbm 8*30 to 11 o'olock.
AFTiiimoost, 1 to 3 o'clook.
Evenixo, 6 to 9 o'clock.
tr PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS will be prepared at any time during
the night hy a competent chemist, who sleeps on the premises. Ring the night
bell.
HERRING'S  DRUG   STORE,
Columbln St., New Weslmlnsler.
ilwoedtc
Opp, Telegraph Oflice,
D. S. CURTIS * CO.
■ •wHe.L.aaAr.i;   & _sm__ti_.
DRU GGISTS
Sole Agents, New Westminster, R. to
c. Mcdonough,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hnnd an Extensive Stock of
Dry Qoods, Groceries,  Roots A Shoes, Hats A Cups,
Crockery, Glassware, Ac.
KBK'B     __    BOTS'     RVIT8.
Grt'Rt Variety of Household Artioles,   Also,'
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and  GENERA1 STORES.
N. B.-Furrri Produce bouifht at market rates or sold on commission,  tauOnli'r n
Irom the Interior promptly attended to. dwjeitc
W. & G. WOLFENDEN,
SUCCESSORS TO CG, NAJOR,
IMPORTRRH Attn HKAl.KMS IN'
Choice Family Groceries!
HAMS,  RACON  ANR  LARD,
Dry Goods,  Clothing,   &c, &e.
Columbia Street, New WentmliMter. ilwjlyastn
A RareGhance!
" HAVE BKEN INflTRUCTEI) BY Mm.
OBOROB WWE, *H0 Ii ImvUikN«w
v7cHtmtnnter nnaaoount of ill health, tn
■oil by Prlvnte HiUe Urn whole of hor viuu-
tble Hnd well-kept
Together with BTOVEB, CBOCKERY-
WARE, nnd all the UtemtllH neaewiary
for eurrylns on a flr«t-elats» Boarding
HmtHfl.
This ia a good opportunity for anyone
wlsblDK to embark in tblv kind of ^nil-
nein, -uk the wholo can be bought ha It'
■tatulK fn a bloek. for n lump num. Tho
Holme Iti conveniently arranged and Ih
nlciumntly ultunlfil oppoiilte the l.-ithollc
Cliurrli, ov-jr-looklng tho Frwer river.
There aro 7 Bml-rooinh and Drawing nnd
Dining RnomK. There at the present
time 7 Boardere, whioh number,can be
ln-weiiKod at any lime. ■
Further iiartlnularH mil be had on application to
T. J. TRAPP,
il,|ly2*Up AtJOt-tONERB.
TO RENT:
mWO FRONT BOOMS IN DEANK'S
1 Hrli-k Block, adjoining Colonial Hotel: suitable for offloes, Ac, Rent lriw.
Enquire at Colonial.        .       djlyliia
CHAS. E. TISDALL,
CUN DEALER,
CORDOVA ST.,    (Opp. C.P.E. Dr.pm)
Vancouver, B. C.
HAVING LEARNT GUN MAKINQ
Willi n leadliiK Hntrllsh makerlam
preparer! in do all kinds of Bepalrlimj at
moderate prices.
tsm- epecfnl attention to re-stocking nntl
rc-linmiilin*.
SPLENDID STOOK of 1NSLI8H OUN8.
iljlylltn*.

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