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Columbian
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NEW  WESTMINSTER, fi. C, FRipAY EVENING, AUGUST 2, 1889.
NUMBER 28
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
T. 0. ATKINSON,
> ATUtffiTISR, SOLICITOR-**). Offleefl-
> Masonic Bnlldlng, New Westmlnater,
, n. dwtc
AllMSTItONG At ECKSTEIN,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS,   ETO.-
Masonic Bulldin-r, Now westmin*
■ter, B. 0. dwmyjte
W. NOHHAH BU1.H. Q.C.,
BABBIBTBR-AT-LAW.LAND AGENT.
Monoy to Lonn. Offloe—Olarkson St.
New Westminster, B, 0. dte
' < OltllOII.D, McCOLL A JENXS,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITOUS, ole.  Offl*
cos—Mnsonlo BullillngH, Now Wost-
mluBter, and Vnncouvcr, B. 0.       dwte
A.C.BRYDONK-JACK, SI. A.,
BARRISTER,   SOLICITOR,   NOT AUY
Publle, Ae.    Offlco  In the Humley
Building, Columbia St., opposite the Uol-
, onlnl Hotel. dwangto
JUSBPU K. OAYHUIli O.A.,LL.U.
.  U    Dub
. itTo inch
a High Court of Justice, Ireland, Oillces-
' Corner MoKomilo A Olarbson ftlx... New
, Westminster, riwresito
£] A. J. HOLMES, D. D. S.,
SURGEON DENTIST,  arndiialo of tho
Ohio Collogo of i'oiitnl Surgery.   Is
ii now wltli Dr. 0.13. 0, Brown.  All work
' skillfully performed. llomns 11 & r, ll'tiik
ofB. 0., Columbia St. Ifours-8lol3u,ra.;
1:30 to lin. m.     dJlyBlo
G. XV. Oil ANT,
!( GLOW •*-. MAULUKE.
ll   A uCfUTECTS.    Offloe—Room E, over
/ A   Bank of R. 0„Ci)l»iniblaStroel,West-
■j* WILLIAM 11. KINtJ,
.'!*. A UCITITECT.SANITARYENGINEER,
■' A  Ae.   Removed to Armstrong's Block,
Columbia Streot,   Westminster—-Boom
No. 2. dto
W, TI11I1AUDBAV,
r AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS*
|j mail. Hamley Block, New Westmin*
iter, B. V,  dmyl6tc
:4 A. V. '.OTTOS,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SUUVHYOU. Offlce! RoomD.Bimk
•'of 11. 0, building, Westminster, B. C.
«, fit ii:\imn'ii,
REAL ESTATE RROKBK anil County
Court Agent. Commissioner, Notnry
Public, Ac. Rents collected. Offloe—Mc-
K--ii7.lt- stroet, New Wostmlnster, B. c.
T. J. TKAPP,
tvA UCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
1 "A Columbln. street, New Westminster.
-.All eommlsiilous will receive prompt
IJand iiurefnl Httuntlon, " *
('given when required.
- F. 0. McCAltTNEY.
I /COMMISSION AGIENT and Customs
ftflU Broker. Douglas st,, Now Westmin*
m iter. Agont for Harrison Springs Aerated
wWator] Vancouver Steam Dye A Cleaning
'Work!'; Carters' 1'ntunt Organs-*''tliewon-
(.der ot tho age."; Dominion Pianos and
ii Oruiins; Jolinstou'K Pnteut Ktiisomlnc;
i 'Havana Cigar Factory; Lion Insurance Co
Mor llvo slock. Ac. Employment Agency
'*:OHicc. A select lot of Toilet Articles and
J Onigglsts' Sundries forsnlo. Next door to
Hgokery- _ _ djlysto
■i\       TUKNKR, DKKTON * CO..
V TITEUCHANTS. Whnrf St., VictoKn.
iI'lVI Agents for North British nnd Mer-
i enutllo Insnrnnco Co. for Mainland, H.
1 O. tiiiETON A Co., .'ill Flnsbiiry Clrous, Lon-
i1 .ton, E. C. dto
imperial Fire Insnrance Oo.
ViJI
4»i
OB1 X.OHHOIT.
i ii'lTll,.     •     -ii.cno.ooii si..
Rules as loir os nny othor relliiMo Com-
laulcs doing businoss lnBrltlslU.'oliiiii-
la.
iljlyjlo
tr.
J. ARMSTRONG,
Auont for Mow west.
ALBERT J. HILl & CO.
"Civil Engineers, Land Sur-
'.■ veyors& Draughtsmen.
]!'' REAL  ESTATE,
'flNANCIAL, SHIPPINB & COMMISSION ACENT3
II,       tin, Ut.,VMurine lnsl.rir.irc.
^Columbia 8t., ■ Oit. Colonial IIotki.
I*'
<1.
I)
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
ilWJIylfitc
RAND BROS.
nH&l. HSTATK KROKBUS,
L9 Con-re Fane ers, Collect or**,
[)■" And Inmrance Agent!,
Spaces nt
lW NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
■i* MoKen-'ln and Clarkson Sis.
$ VANOOUVER, Cordova Street.
T, LONDON .England.
'It BUILDING LOTS for sale In al 1 sections
mt Vnncouvor and New Westminster City.
M1 FARM LANDS of superior quality for
in ilo at OullUwhack, Port Hammond,
bJaiigloy, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay,Lad*
*? er's Lamllng, Lulu iHland, North Arm
Und Pitt Blver.
e*' Maps and Plans exhibited aud the full-
it, 3l 1 n foi unit ion furnished at all our offloes,
|W. BOVILL,
ARCHITECT
-  ANO	
Peal Estate Agent
SEW WESTMINSTERt-Offlco, Mnekon-
7.1c Street.
V'till List of City and Suburban Pro*
X»erty.
Particular attention paid to Farming
u-jands,
L'l Accurate Information to correspoud-
' -nls. dwmyliyt
DRUGGISTS.
jPure and Fresh Drugs
Patent Medicines, Eto
PHY6I01ANS'   PREBORIPTIDNS  OaHEFULLY
Compounded,
Pelcphone Communication.  Night Boll.
dfo27to
Piano Tuning!
rtKirn. J. K. VINLAYKDSI, from Ilroml*
i LYX wood A Sons, Ixindon, England, nnd
1 ftolnwayASoni, New Vork, now nt Carer's Totnnlo of Music, Vaneonvor, will
—ittcnd to orders left nt Mr. Zed. ft, Hull's
i 'tore, Now West in Instor. Tuning. J3.
r d.|ly4ml
;rw
—^mmzimsi
Nkw WbstIiihstbri ii. c,
July loth, is*!).
t*l) the Employees of C, M, She-tfe <C Ch.
J nml Ihe AVm1 IIVK/mitiifri' Southern ll'y
.   Ou., antl oil person, eoncemetl,
Tliis lirm having nsHlgnod nil Hb Inter*
isIh In Britisli Culiimliln to tho New West*
jtilmitor Southern R'y Co,, and that Com-
: lany having assummt ;ill of iln lliibllltli'*),
imnloyeosuf this lirm nnd the • miiniinv
rill report to the President ol tlin snitl
"Jomp'iny for ImtlruolJoiiH nnd ndjnst*
netif.
a m. snraAFB-fcco.
dJIylSml        By Km mn CA.Mii;i,n.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools o! all kinds ol the belt mak:,; (Jl'HBS-CUt & llall-l-SOWS,
Barbed Wlr« for Foucine, and nl! tliu uecoury HtCDEllIS for FarmlllEI
Pulley Blocks, Sniitcii Bloclm, Ico-r ,!.i rimiii in nil sizes; ritcli,
Till' iV OllklllU; Torrod nnd Plain I*|----n> itr Btlil(lil|--S Plllnts & Oils
in nil col'irai Liquid Plllllts in all-lu.'ls; |Fl-:.-oi' Pnillts iiindy tonooi lirillll
Stones! Wall Paper in all dcsisnsi Br««ms & Briislies for all puriiososi
lillbricatlll!" Oils; 1'rnilS of all desoriptions, uml n genoral ossortirii'llt of
Af-riciiltural Impleinenls,
ttr Special attention given to ordora by mail.
T. Ti *X,"R-&.-P2*3 SO CO.,
dwjlySto UoiiCsuitA Strekt, Nkw Westminster.
a\i/ M*A
'URE.
HAVE JUKI' KEGEIVl'-p THEIE
GiSt   Edge  Dressing
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
0".   Si.   3^(3: .i3LW.e OCT'S
MERCHANT    TAILOR,
Columbia Street, • Kew Westminster.
GLOB
Sweepiii
""3PA11 Summer DRESS GOODS nnd MILLINERY will
be sold AT COST.   Now is the time to secure BARGAINS.
dtc ivdrss. "\--ct-m:. sah.
j_L&s_mm*&m
. 03E*3E"ECJ3BlS3!s
NEW WESTMINSTER, TmSS&T
VANCOUVER, coflANBEBRoT0T°rRVEAETAsND
—ANI--
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG.
107 CANNON 8T.
Farming Lands tTown Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS i-OR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot faciiij; on Columbia and Front Sta.,
in contral portion of the city; aeveral
buildings bring good rent -522,000.00.
Lot 4, Blook 7( near Lytton Smiare,
60x132 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Front Sta.-$0-00O.0O.
Cornor Ui on Columbia St., 33x66 feet—
94.000.00.
Also—Lot and Building wit It Btook of
Gooda, one of the best business stands
in tho eity,
ImprovedResidential Property
Lot 15, Blook 13; two hom-ns routed at
paying flguros—$4,500.00.
Houao and Lot on Lorno St., near Col-
umbla-612fi0.00.
Lots 4-, 5 k fl, Block lfl; good house,
garden, kc,; choice residenco property
-85,250.00.
Comor Lot on Columbia St, j fenced and
cleared—$1500.00.
HmiBoandLot ou Columbia St.! ono of
tho finest residences in lho city—57,-
000,00.
House and Lot on lloyal Avonuo, noar
Ponglao St.-82,000.00.
Houso ond 3 Lots, cornor Royal Avonuo
and St. Patrick'*] St.; no bettor rest*
donao sito in tlto city—$10,000.00.
1 acre, with 7 house*-, near tho Park—
80,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Block 2S; cornor tot on Agnes St,;
fino rosidonco sito -?1200.00.
Lota on St. Andrew's St., nonr Queen's
Avonue—§500.00 eaoh.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Hall*
fax Sts,, near Clinton St.; fino views
and well situated—§350.00, §375.00,
§500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton-
$300.00.
Lot 0, Bub-Block 10; fine residence lots-
8250.00.
Lots on Polliam St., near Mary—§600.00
cacli.
Lot on Pelham Sfc)( noar St, Andrew's;
lino site--?500.00.
Lot on St. John's St,, near Melbourne—
§350.00.
Lot In St. Andrew's Square -§300,00.
Lots iu Block fronting on Nortii Arm
road; finost chanco In tho market for
residence or speculation-$125.00 to
§175.00.
Lots iu SVbdlvlflfon of Lot 11, sub-Block
12~$t!0.00 to 8125,00.
Lot i in Snliiliviriiim of Lot 17, sub-Block
13-§lti0.00enclt.
Lots In Woutmtnstcr Addition at $15.00
to §50.00.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Tills powder never varies, A marvel of
purity-strength and wholesomeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, und
cannot be sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only ln cans.
RoyalBakisq Powder Co., 106 Wall Ht.,
Kew York, 8fely
Rooms to Rent.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO BENT, IN
M. Gray's house, on I'rcvost Street,—
Apply on the premises. dJlySto
nrmM ML.mi—?
STORE ON FHONT STREET, In renr
of Armslroilf-'s llriclc Monk.   Possession i-lvon 1st August.
Apply lo     tr. 1. ARMSTRONG,
iljlyniln Blierlir.
ROOMS TO LET.
FURRNISHED ROOMS TO LET, single
or double or en suite, pleasant and
comfortable.  Excellent situation.
Applyto MISS ODIN,
Opposite It. 0. Cathedral.
dJlyliDml Columbia Street.
First-class Prairie Farm
FOR SAXiXI.
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, North Arm, Fraser River; con*
tttinlngStjO acres of the finest fanninf-lnnd
ln tho country; nil dyked, well Improved,
good buildings, good orchard (bearing).
For further Informntlon enquire of
MAJOR 4 PEARSON,
dmyMc New Westminster.
Notice of Removal.
HJISS MCDOUGALL HAS REMOVED
iU. lierDrcss-miiltlnir Kstabllshir.entto
tlio Rooms nbovo II. S. Curtis A Co.'s Drug
Store. JlySttlilMwtl
To Contractors!
TENDERS WILL RE RECEIVED UY
tbo undor-it-fiit-d up to 0 p. in. of MONDAY, ISlli An«nnt, for the erection of n
two-story Residence on Royal Avenuo for
James wise, Esq.
Plans and specifications at my offlco.
The lowest or Rny tender not necessarily
accented,
G. W. GRANT,
Architect.
Westminster, July SO, 1689. djlytaihl
MAJOR & PEARSON
Real Estate Brokers and
Financial Agents*
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life Association of
Toronto.
lloyal and Lancashire Fire Insurance Companies*
iHuVnlnnblo Lots for sale In tho Oity
nnd District of Westminstor; and choice
Lots In the City of Vanoouvor.
Persons wishing to buy or Bell oity or
rural property should communicate with
us.
Offices; Bnnk of B.C. building, opposito
pontofllce, Weslmlustor,and IlastlngsSt,,
Vancouver. dwnplBto
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DRUGGISTS
Queen's  Hotel  Block,
NKW ln:»Tjii\STl:ll.
Reliable Brags ftMeflicines
TOILET ARTICLES * SUNDRIES
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY,
dnplto
SO oo.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on
And transact all Business relating to
Heal Estato.
—AGENTS KOR—
London Assurance Corporation,
Connecticut Fire Insnrance Co. of
Hartford.
london and Lancashire MR) Assurance Co.
Canton Insurance Oflloe, Id. (Marino)
OFFICES I
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Qovernment St., Victoria
dWHMjrl
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Temptation Solicited. — Willie
(who haB eaten his apple)—"Mablo,
let's play Adam and Evo, and I'll be
Adam," MaMo-'-Allright. Weill
Willie—"Now you tempt me to eat
your apple, and I'll succumb."
A "Jack the Intruder" bothera
Ohicagoans, He gains admittance
to yards after dark, and, knocking ut
the door, tells whoever answers to
''hush, bo quick and let me in," he
then jumps the fence and disappears.
Ho ifi supposed to be a monomaniac.
Had Been There—Old Grumps
(in bed, nearly midnight)—Ooo! I
hear stealthy uteps on tbe stair—
some one creoping along barefooted !
His wifo (who was yonng oncn)—
,KTeop quiet, Joshua; I guess that's
only our darter going up with her
shoes under her arm.
At a recent social gathering in
London tiie young Princesses Louiso
and Maud, of Wales, made themselves odious to [esthetic oyes by
wearing pink frocks with yellowish
fawn coats, und now they aro won tiering if Louise will get herself up in
better taste sinco she's got an establishment of her own.
Shelley's grave in the Protestant
cometsry at Rome, is in danger of
demolition, since the cemetery is
about to bo appropriated to other
purposes by tlie city authorities.
The graves of Keats and Severn will
also share the same fate, and tho
British government is urged to intervene for their preservation.—Ex,
English manufacturers of balloons
at Birmingham have recently received largo orders for tiio construction
of air-ships for war purposes for
both the German and French governments. Recent experiments by tbo
German War Office at Spandnu
have clearly demonstrated tho valuo
of parachutes in carrying on wav,
and a complete baloon service is to
be inaugurated.
Within tbe lust twelve months no
fewer than 1,888 newspapers gave
up the ghost in Canada and the
United States. In promoting these
enterprises, a vast amount of money
was squandered, but so long as the
world has men in it who pine to
show their fellows just how a newspaper should be run, just so long
will the "felt want" bo supplied—
tliat is, whilo tho spare cash lasts.
Men who run country sheets pine
tor metropolitan success—and seldom
got it,—Ex,
The German Imperial standard
will be seen at the naval review,
whioh is to be held nt Spithead on
August 3, as the Emperor William
is to beon board his own luxuriously
arranged yacht, tho Hohenzollorn.
This standard is a Hag of salmon-
colored silk, the background covered
with black eagles and gold crowns.
Upou this is embroidered the iron
cross, and over it is a gold shield, ou
whioh aro tho imperial arms. It
flies at the main, and no other pennant or ensign is displayed from tho
yacht when it is hoisted.—London
World. 	
Says a very sarcastic American
paper: A pitiful tale of destitution
comes from Minneapolis. It seems
that a citizen of thut place who
was popularly supppsod to be wortli
several millions in reality possesses
only a fine residence und about $400,-
000 besides, A great deal of sympathy is expressed for tho poor
fellow. Tliis is a sad world. As
the man in question is a U. S.
senator, it begins to look as if he
might be declared ineligible for that
position. Think of a United States
senator who is only worth about
half a million!
Tho Pittsbnrg Gazette 1ms the
following good word for tho country
girl : Somo of tho most womanly
women in this city wero country
girls, whoso schooling was limited to
n fow months in a country school-
house. Their knowledge is of a
practical sort. They may not be accomplished in the sense of being
awny up in literature, or ublu to
talk nonsense, or proficient in music,
yet thoy have tlie most charming
homes, the most loving husbands
aud tho most devout friends. These
are the women who are the most
usoful in a community and to the
world in genoral. They are largo-
hearted, faithful and true, and have
tho physical courage and strength to
maintain their places in the front
ranks of thoso battling against tho
world.
Says nn exchange: Tbe recent
story that Dr, Brown-Sequard had
discovered an "elixir of youth" did
not at first receivo much credence,
but it seems to bo a fact that the
famous physician has announced
such u discovery. Ho claims that
by hypodermic injections of a liquid
distilled from certain parts of animals ho has made himself tun years
youngor. It is now stated, moreover, that Dr. Variot, of Paris, who
ridiculed tho idea of suoh a thing,
has experimented with the fluid on
three enfeebled men, and is almost
convinced that we aro on the evo of
n discovery by which weakness and
diseuso can bo eradicated. Tho
names of theso two men alone prevent the whole nliivir being looked
upon as a hoax, and tho scientific and
modical world will await with interest some preoise statement from
them of thu nature of their alleged
discovery.
A ROYAL VISIT.
The Rumor is Again Revived that
tho Queim will Visit America Soon.
A Large Amount of Treasure Recovered from the Wrecked
Steamship Granada.
The Grange Growers will Form a
Trust to Regulate tho
Orange  Trade.
THE QDBBN'h MOVBMflNTS,
New Yomt, Aug. a.--Tiic Mail
and Express' Lundun cable cays: Tho
report that thu queen ivas cuusiduring
a trip to America has neither boon de*
niodor allinncd.   The fact   that   tho
?uecn ia now inclined towards viaitlng
relaud, and that tho rumored tri|) to
America haa not linen denied h creating much J- ilk throughput the kingdom. However, nothing definite has
yot boon aniHiuncod,
HtJUOlt TO ALASKA.
Washington, Aug. 2.--Solicitor of
Treasury Hepburn has given an opinion that when the collector of customs
for Alaska hns ivell grounded opinions
that liquor has beon amuggled and
concealed, ho lias authority lo cnler
and search nny building, provided it .'a
not a storehouse or dwelling. If ono
of the latter, ho must have a warrant if
he limb such smuggled goods he can
seize them. He must, however, havo
woll [{rounded suspicions. The treasury department has approved Ihe opinion and forward a copy of it to the collector.
KILLED UV A   CAU.
Stockton, Oal,, Aug. 2.* -Harry
Sollera, ten years old, was killed tliis
noun, ut Lodi, by a narrow gauge car
that he had started on tho down grndo
and was trying to sot the brakes. He
full under the car, which paused over
him, mangling him iuto an unrecognizable condition,
A NICK CLHHK.
San Fhancisco, Aug. 1.—Moses
Deutch, a clerk in tho employ oi!
Grccubaum it Co., stockbrokers, haB
disappeared und bo has 87000 of the
firm's money. Deutrh nctud in the
capacity of delivery clerk, and instead
of delivering tho stocks, sold them and
pocketed tho above amount. Ho has
a wealthy brother connected with a
firm who is now in Europe. It is believed he will make good the defalcation on his icturn to San Francisco.
TRBAStmE  HBCOVERED.
New .York, Aug.l—Georgo Gould,
president Of tho Pacific Mail fctuam-
ship Co,, has received a telu'-ram from
tbe company's agent at Manzanitln,
statirg that treasure footing up about
$200,000 on board of tho Pacific mail
steamship Granada, when that vessel
was loat, has been recovered. Tho
Granada wont ashoro about a
month ngo on the rocks along tho
coast of Punta Fejuhtn, The vessel,
valued at §200,000, is u total loss.
FAILURES,
S-tN Fbanoisco, Aug. 1.*—Tho Brad-
stroot mercantile ugency reports Of)
failures in Pacific coast states and territories for the month of July, with asset*, of $133,501) and liabilities of $302,
40G, as compared with 63 for the previous mouth, with assets of $1*13,383
and liabilities of $293,480, and 103 fur
corresponding month of 1888, with aa*
Bets of $1.W,470. and liabilities of
$493,011. There wore 50 failures in
California and 13 iu Washington Territory.
LAllOKBll.**, NOT SEAS! I'N.
WASHiNQTofc, Aug. 1.—Acting secretary of the treasury Bacholler lias
overruled the opinion of tho solicitor
of tho trensuty, Hopbum, that Chinese
employed as servant-, on tho United
States steamer Alert, aud other vessels, are stamen and not laborers, and
therefore can be permitted to land in
the United Strifes. Genoral Bucheller
holds that they are laborers and not
seamen, and thereforo cannot bo permitted to enter.
SENTBNbii   UOM'il-MElt,
San PttAHOisco, Auguat 1,—The
supremo court today affirmed the
judgment and order of tho superior
court iu tlio case of Seneca Swalm,
who waa convicted of grand larceny in
stealing §3,800 worth of jewelry belonging fo It, H, McDonald, jr., son
of the president of tho Pacific Bank,
and sentenced to 7 yenrs imprisonment,
STKlt'K UY   LinilTNiSO.
Richmond, Va., Aug. 1.—The cily
railway ahhles were struck by lightning this mottling and burned. Sixty
mules and horses, together with seven
Btruot cava tfore consumed. Tho loss
is heavy. ,
SULLIVAN AttUBSTBU.
New Yoiik, Aug. 1.—John L. Sullivau, who was arrested last ni';ht Ctl
reqtiisiiion from Governor Lowvy, of
Mississippi, was brought to tlie district attorney1., offico this morning.
Sullivan waived allrighti nnd agreed
to go tn Mississippi. Ho then surrendered himself to Sheriff Childs, of
Mississippi, who mid he would take
Sullivan back to Mississippi to*moii*ow
himself,
THE LATEST TRUST.
New Yoiik, Aug. 1,—Tho long
talked of Orange trust seems about to
become an accomplished face. A
meeting to-day of iho par,ties interested took stops to organitso the Florida
Orange growors and dealers protective nsscc'ation. E. Goodsoll. tho
prime mover in tho enterprise, explains that tho central offico will bo
ostublishrd at Jacksonville, through
which all dealers and growors will
transact business, thus avoiding tho
demoralisation to trade, which hni
characterised tho haplmnrd sya'am
hitherto prevailing,
THE LATEST EXCO.V M0NIDATION
London, Ont., Aug. 2.- Archbishop
Walsh hits publicly denounced tho
Gaelic Athletic Association. Ho al-ites
that government inttuaiico Is working
towards a nofatiuus plot whieh will engraft upon tho association n secret society aiming to thwart constitutional
movements. Tlio archbishop nlso opposes a judicial commission to bring
this plot to light.
OROFTBR niMli-UATION,
Toronto, Aug. 1.—Major McLeod,
of Dalkoith, Scoihuul, woll known on
account of his interests iu tho Scotch
crofters, and Roderick MacLeod of
Edinburgh, waited upon agent McMillan at the Manitoba government
offices to obtain information as to the
prospect of the crofters in that province, und as to tbe amount required
to givo onch family a start upon their
arrival. They express the opiniou
that if arrangements can be made with
the government to render financial aid,
a largo number of crofters will come
out. Tho MacLeods hope to visit
Manitoba ahortly and report to their
friends upon their return to Scotland.
A ROUGH EXPERIENCE.
Port Hops, Aug.   1. -A pleasure
party from here had n rough experience. Mrs. Arthur MacMahon's six
year old boy fell unobserved from tho
Bteamer on Rice Lake, and was drowned, and on the"return journey in tho
dark thu vehicle containing the party
rolled down an embankment, and tho
following persons rooeived severe injuries : John Jefferre, Mra. Tempest,
Mit), II. V. Sanders and Mrs. Mtcckie.
UONE   BY JEALOUSLY.
Fkh-iub, Aug.1.—Miss Ellis, daughter of Elam Ellis, of (larafraxa township, was stabbed seven times last
mght hy Patrick Hailey. The victim's
condition is precarious; jealousy was
the causo.
AT WORK ALREADY.
Palmerston, Ont., Aug. l.~-Thu
Conservatives of west Wellington have
nominated Wm. Long, reevo of Maryborough, to contest the riding at the
coming local general election.
AT QUEBEO.
Queued, Aug. 1,—The govornor-
gem-rat and family arrived hero this
afternoon and will sojourn for a month
ut the gubernatorial quarters on the
citadel.
hooah's wife,
St. Thomas, Aug. I—Mrs. G. D.
Hogan, wife of tho missing aeronaut,
passed through the city last night en
route from New York to hor home in
Jackson, Michigan. She wns accompanied by W. W. Ewaii, who made
ascensions in the name of his employer,
Hogan. Mrs. Hogan has given up all
hopes of ever seeing her husband.
Shu has decided to conduct her bus-
hand's business herself and is already
familiar with it. Tbe aeronauts who
use Hogans' names in many ascents
will still continue ta do so.
OTTAWA NOTES.
Ottawa, July 31.—It is gratifying
tu note the patriotic stand taken by
the Ontario press relative to the Behring Sea outrage. The Ottawa
Journal Bays: "It is monstrous that
a vessel shuuld be seised upon the
open sea, its contents rilled, itself confiscated, and mayhap its owners jailed,
all on the strength of a single nation's
self-authorized legislation. If the Canadian government can secure no
prompt redress from Great Brit-tin,
let it go, as on tho Atlantic const, uud
lit out cruisers of its own. One or two
of theso would bo strong enough to
fnco the U. S. cutters in Behring Sea,
and should bo sent thero to protect
Canadian vessels. Things would be
brought to a crisis and Great Britain
be compelled to help or disown  us."
Louis Corneiller, clerk of the public
works department, was arrested today, charged with forging the depart*
ment cheque passed at the Bank of
Montreal yesterday. There is strong
evidence against him. He has heen
on a prolonged spree. He is a brother
of a noted Montreal Q. C.
ALASKA INDIANS.
Omaha, July 31,—The correspondent to the Bee, with the Senate committeo in Alaska, sends a letter from
Juneau under date of June 23, reviewing the inquiries of the committee.
These were commenced at Port Chester, Alaska, where thero are 1,200 Indians under charge of Mr. Duncan,
a missiunaty who has boen among the
tribo thirty years. The Indians were
found to be living in an apparent state
of contentment and engaged in almost
all pursuits of the whites. Their
giievancc iB an anxiety to possess
land in severalty or to have certain
parcels set aside for thom that lliey
may cultivate and hold in individual
right. They want Juravius island
given to their tribe. Tlie committee
fuund the state of morals of the women of this tribe far above the average
in other parts of the territory, At
Sitka, as veil as at othor points visited
so far, tho committee failed to find a
single caso where an Indian woman or
girl had been taken forcibly from her
parent*: for immoral purposes as alleged in the United States somo time ago,
They have, however, learned that the
standard of morals among women as a
rule is not vory high.
a iter this docks,
San Francisco, July31.—Theodore
Cramp, member of tho Philadelphia
Bhip building firm, accompanied by
Charles H. Hoag, manager of the shipping interest: of J. D. Spreckles A*
Bros., left hore this afternoon for Ta-
cmna, where they will embark for
Alaska. Ou the rctutn t.p Mr. Cramp
will visit tho Btit'lh naval station at
Esquimalt, ou Vancouver Island. Thu
ovening I'o-t says; "it ha*, been reported here that Mr. Cininp is foiiring
a company of Amei-can capitalis: ■. for
tho purposo of purchasing this yard
from the British gove..iment. It is
stated that a syndicate hf . already
been formed in the east with a subscribed capit il of §4,0C 3,01), nnd that
negotiations aro pending for the pur*
cliro of tho yard and docks. The
purcli; o pi-ice is said to be $1,600,1 )0.
Tho syndicate- iB s.iid to have a number of prominent shipbii-'dMif* firms,
including Cramp A* Sons,, Philadelphia; Harlan & Hollingsworth; Pusey
&■ Jones, Wilmington, and the Union
Iron Worka, of this cily, ub its principal
supporters. It ia understiod that the
British government has discovered
that tho Esquimalt yards are inadequate for their original purpose."
sensible oirls.
London, Aug. 1.—Apropoa of tho
royal marriage, it is stated that the
two youngor princesses of Wales,
Toria and Parry, as they are affectionately called in tho family circle, are
much of the samo mind as their married Bistor, and that they greatly pre-
for EngliBhmon to tho representatives
of Any other nation. Now therefore
that the standard of revolt against perpetual policy of German unions has
boon raised, it it not improbable
thnt the example of tho Duoheis of
File will be followed by the Princesses Viotoria and Maud.
Dalton McCarthy, M. P., accompanied by Col. Donison, M. P., left
Toronto yesterday for a trip to tbu
Northwest and British Oolumbia.
WILLIAM ARRIVES.
Emperor William Arrives at Portsmouth To-Day and is Recoived
by tho Prince of Wales.
Turkey  Orders  out 00,000  Reserves and is Preparing for
War with Haste.
A Great Battle   Expected Daily
Between the Egyptians and
the Dervishes.
THE BMPBBOR AltlllVES.
Portsmouth, Aug. 2.—This totfn
and harbor presented a gala spectacle
to-da^ in expectation cf tho arrival of
the Emperor William of Germany.
Almost every building was decorated
and an enormous flotilla of water craft
cf ull horts, WatslflpB and privato vessels, covered the harbor in evciy direction. The ahbto was linid with a
throng of fifty thousand people. As
Boon as tho German imperial yacht
Hoheiizollorii, with the emperor on
board, and attended by n squadron of
German nimi-of-war, were sighted, the
pilots pub out to tako them in change.
Tho Prinoe of Wales, on hoard tiio
royal yacht Osborno, also started down
the havlur to meet tho omparor amid
the booming of salutes from tho forts
and war vessels.
London, Aug, ^According lo tho
programme the Princo of Wales left
Portsmouth harbor in the yacht Osborne at 12:30 to-day and proceeded
outside to await the arrival of the emperor of Germany, who is on boaru tho
imperial yacht Hohlenzollerii. Aa tho
Osborno steamed out of the harbor !;he
wassi'lutodbyijunsori shoro and on
board the assembled war vessels.
Shortly beforo the departure of the royal
yacht; the Gorman squadron was sighted
steaming slowly towards Portemoutji,
and pilots wereimmediatelydcBpntched
to tako charge of their movements.
Tho weather at Portsmouth is briglit.
tho Bunshino being tamper-id hy a
cooling breezo. Everything has beon
put in readiness for tho arrival of tho
German emperor. Tho crowd*-, which
are constantly arming by ev.oiy availablo means, surpass in numbers the attendance which has marked any previous PpiMiead manceuvt-n. Tlio
government and prhate crafts fill all.
the available space, and the shore is
packed with sightseers. As tho yacht
Osborne approached the Hoheiizulleia
tho Prince of Wales signalled a greeting
to the kaiser, and the latter responded.
Tho Osborne then accompanied tho
HuheiiJwHem through the lines of tlie
war vessels, drai-uutp-oii parado to re-
coivo her. Every vessel, buth German and English, wbb in holiday attire,
and the spectacle as the German fleet
steamed Blowly through the narrow
aisle left between the gayly decked
warships was imposing ih" tiio extrenio.
The imperial yacht was saluted by
each vessel. At Trinity pier tho ein-
peror disembarked and proceeded to
Osborne, whero he waB welcomed by
his grandmother tho queen. Tho emperor will dine with tho Queen this
evening.
THE MAYERICK TRIAL.
Liverpool, Aug. 2.—At tho resumption to-day of the trial of Mrs. Maybrick, on charge of poisoning her husband, Dr. Humphroy was cnllec- to. the
stand and in reply to the prisoner's
counsel said that if tho idea of arsenical poisoning had not been suggested
he would have made an affidavit on
the basis of the autopsy performod on
Mr. Maybrick's body, that death had
resulted from acute congestion of the
stomach. He was unablo to mention
any post-mortem symptoms in tho case
positively distinctive
RESERVES ORDERED OUT.
Constantinople, Aug. 2.—The
Turkish minister of war lias ordered
80,000 reserve troops to bo called out
immediately. The government is purchasing uniforms and military stircs
in large quantities, and has largely increased tho gangs of workmen who ure
pushing active preparations in the
dockyards in almoht feverish haste.
COMPLETELY FAILED.
London, Aug. 2.-The movement
recently inaugurated at Manchester to
com wl employers to inaugurate a uniform short time system for employes,
has failed completely.
DRAWING  NEAR.
Cairo, Aug. 2. —Colonoi Wr lie-
house report- that tho Derviahea are
marching slowly and cautiously, nnd
that tho main body is almost with'n
striking distance.
CONFIDENT OP VICTORY.
London, Aug. 2 —Repoits from the
field stato that tho Dervishes are
marching their forces fivo miles south
of Toski, around which Gen. Grenfell is concentrating his army. Latest
advices say thai a battlo is imminent. Both sides are preparing fur a
sharp and bitter engagement. Gon.
Grenfell ia confident a decisive action
will scatter lhe enemy beyond recovery.
AN M. P, DEAD.
Londox, Aug. 2 ,- Sir William
Ewart, conservative member of parliament for tho north division of Bolfast,
is dead.
THE LOHEHY BON I) SOLD.
Paris, Aug, 2.— M. Byrunet, judicial liquidator of tho Panama Canal
Co., announces to tho stockholders
that a syndicate has takon all tho lottery bonds recently issued, nud that if
tho project fails tho bankruptcy law will
permit the payment of 8 per cent to
the crcdilo's. The terms of salo to
the syndicr.to nro not revealed.
INORASl leads.
London, Aug. 2.—At Goodwood to-
dny>tho raoft for tho Goodwood stakes
was won by Ingram, Tisaiponea, soc*
ond, Millstream, third.    Six started.
A GREAT STIRKE AVERTED,
London, Aug. 2.—Tho Durham
miners committeo hns- voted by a ma*
jority of ono to accept the advance in
wages of ton per oont. in lieu of the
higher sum demanded. This action
averts what promised to be tho greatest strike on record,
NO SETTLEMENT YET.
London, Aug, 2.—Under Foreign
Secretary Forguaon stated in tho com*
mens this evening that no authentic
information bad reached the govern*
ment regarding tho seizure of British
vessels by tho United Statea govern*
ment. He also said no underst Hiding
with tho Aniprioan govenniont was
reached as to tlio jurisdiction over the
Behring Sea. THE
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The Southern Bailway is the subject of considerable discussion, naturally, just now.   With respoot to
the agreement published yesterday,
there is u point, to wit, tho paying
of tho bonus as tho work progresses,
which it is pretty generally considered might,  with advantago to the
integrity and popularity of tho new
proposition, be changed so as to provide that no part of the bonus should
be   paid until tbo completion nnd
equipment of tbe lino from this city
to Bellingham Bay, which implies
as well, of course, the construction
and completion of a bridge or ferry
across the main rivor, and the construction of the Lulu l-iland bridge,
together with all the works on that
island, along tho water front, und
elsewhere,   expressly  provided   or
understood in the agreement.   Tbe
railway men themselves, wo understand, admit tho reasonableness and
propriety of such on amendment in
the clause referring to tho payment
of tho bonus as we have mentioned
above, and are perfectly agreeable,
we believe, thnt such should bo tho
reading of the agreement.   Them is
another point upon which we would
like to see more cxplicitncss, before,
at   Iras I;, a by-law is submitted to
the   ratepayers, and   that   is with
respect    to    the    exact,    or    as
nearly as possible the exact, location   of   the   bridge  to  span the
main river.   The agreement  statea
that  tho  bridge will cross within
the city-limits.   As   most  of  our
readers are aware, tho annexation of
Sapperton has  extended   tho  city
limits considerably beyond the point
most suitable for  the   bridge—the
point whero,   in   fact,   tho   bridgo
must be built.   With respect to tho
location of the bridge,   it   should
start, on the south side of the river,
a very short distance from the terminus at Brownsville of the two important  trunk   wa^'on-roads — the
Vale-Westminster   and  the  Scott
roads—-which tap the most important   farming   settlements   of    tbo
Lower Eraser.   On this side, it will
be   generally   admitted,   that   the
bridge must strike tbo city no farther up the river than opposite tlie
Orescent and no farther down than
Lytton square.   This point, wo repeat, should be explicitly guarded,
nod   also with respect to the payment of tbe bonus.   In fact, everything   in connection with the new
arrangements   should   bo perfectly
clear and beyond the possibility of
any  misunderstanding  or  loss by
the city or any party   or parties
concerned,    Thero   has  been   not
a little misunderstanding and consequent   wrangling    in   Southern
Railway   matter-*    in    the    past,
and now that a new deal i3 imminent, tho ratepayers have a right to
expect an end of alt  mystery, and
clear, straight  sailing   throughout.
Only on such conditions can it bo
expected, after the hardly satisfactory railway year we havo put in,
that tho ratepayers will   have sufficient confidence to sanction now ar-
Taking a little breathing spell from
purely local matters, let us see what
our "salt water" cotemporaries aro
wrangling about.    Victoria has had
;    Iho audacity  to take "preliminary
steps" towards establishing a provincial   university   at    that  modern
Athons; and that, too, without inviting Nanaimo, Vancouver, Westminster,     Kamloops,    Kovelstoke,
Donald, nnd other rising towns to a
somewhat exciting, but strictly amicable, straw-pulling contest to decide
where tho 'varsity tent should actually bo pitched.   The News, ponderous champion of Vancouver's cause
in things great and small, is in very
bad   humor with   Viotoria—it   is
quite mad ut   its   sistor  city—-for
having the unmitigated "gall" to go
ahead on the university racket without consulting tbo "terminal city"
at least.   "Umph !" Bays the News,
in other words, biting its pinafore,
"Victoria thinks she's pretty smart,
don't she I   Goiu' to have a university, eh!  Umph, umph; guess we'll
have some say about that!   Who's
Victoria,   anyhow?"     The World,
determined to take opposite sides to
its beloved local cotem., ejaculates
in  this style:     "Oh, you chump?
Watcher    givin'   us 1     Victoria's
just the place for a university, and
she orter get it, too.   She's a fly 'un,
Victoria is, for beiu' so onterprisin';
and Vancouver ain't no bog, anyhow!    You don't know what you're
talkin' about!"  Of llie two contestants, wo are least inclined to sympathize with tho News.   The World,
whatever   its   motives—and   they
may bo of the best—has the better
arguments of the two.   Indeed, the
News makes no pretence to argument in the matter, but gives way
to a pettish howl because Victoria
has dared to tako the initiative in
the     university     business,    and
aspires — or    arrogates,   as   tho
News would doubtless rather have
tho  word—to  have   the   institution  in  that   oity.     If   a   provincial   university is  over  to ma-
terialize—which may be conoeded
to be dosirable ('fall the other prov- J
inces have one")—it floes without
saying tbat it.-must havo a "local
habitation and a name" in somo one
of tho cities of the province.   To
reduco tho question to moro easily
handled proportions, we may, without offence1, dispose summarily of
the claims of Nanaimo, Kamloops,
Bevelatoke, and Donald to the distinction of being elected us tho site
for the future alma  mater   of   the
brainy juvenality of this "gem of
tho wost."   Wo have   thus   throo
rivals   left for the honor—but we
hud almost forgotten ; there's moro
than honor in tho "pot"; there's tho
beef, groceries, clothing and sundries
which   the   faculty  and   students
would consume ull tho year round!
—Hand's off, there; wo want that
university   ourselves!     Tho   three
rivals   wo  started  in   to mention
above, it is hardly necessary to suy,
ure   tho "queen city," tbo "empire
city," and tho "royal city."   Which
shall it be? All uro no doubt equally
laudably ambitious to havo the university, if   there is to be ono, but
wliich is tho most suitable place—
which, under all the circumstances,
hns tli? best claims to the possession
of   tho   institution?   Vancouver's
push, go, phenomenalness, if we muy
uso   the  expression, is all but universally   admitted;  but   its   rush,
bustle,   und   break-nock  get-thoro-
ativeness, is not necessarily a qualification for a university town.   The
"terminal city" is in all the heat and
travail of a transition state, and has
not  yet   begun  to settle and cool.
When this stage suporvenes, some
yawning  hyatuses may appear on
the   surfaco of  things that would
swallow up   the university, professors and all.   Wo havo no doubt of
Vancouver's  ability to endow and
run tbo university in first-class style
—that enterprising city doesn't do
things by halves—but there are other
considerations.   Westminster, with
its more salubrious, picturesquo, and
central situation, and staider, more
established, ways, and natural, vigorous, healthful and assured growth,
is better qualified for a seat of learning tban its hustling sister on tlie
other sido of tho peninsula.   But
what about Victoria?   Well, Victoria, we aro forced to admit, has
many things that recommend it for
the site of the proposed university.
It is the oldest established, and considerably tho richest, city in British
Columbia, tho present seat of government and   acknowledged social
and literary mu! artistic (if we may
use tho words) contro of tho province.     Its  situation  is   decidedly
pleasant, even picturesque and beau-
tiuful in some of the features, and
with tho sanitary improvements inaugurated and in prospect, the city
should   be a most healthful place.
Vancouver  and Westminster, tho
former especially, have, it is true,
supplanted it largely in a commercial   sense, and, perhaps, tho chief
objection   to  the "sad city by the
sea" is it** want of centrality; but
tha^ will be overcome in great treasure with   the construction by tbe
enterprising islanders of the V. S.
& -N, W. R.R., which will bring Victoria within 2 hrs. 37 min.  of tbe
"hub" — Westminster.     But   the
strongest argument we have reserved
to the last, and give it as our "chip-
in" to the juvenile squabble of our
"salt   water"   cotems.;    "Victoria
thought about it first, anyhow, and
it's only fair that Victoria should
havo it.   Let poor old Victoria have
tho   university,   Westminster and
Vancouver have got lots of other
nice things."
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sponsible for nny goods or nrtlelcs furnished lo tiny ullh-hil or employee except
on nn order signed by tlio city clerk or
assistant. By Older,
I). ROBSON,
City Clerk.
.Tilly Will, 1880. djy24ml
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looalltlen.
Iv'nriuiitji-LiiHds, Improve-') und unimproved- thnnighout tlio district,
mining and other Stock, bought nnd
sold.
Honey to Lonn on first mortgage tit
low rates.
WOODS, TUI.NKI. & GAMBLE,
Office, Eluro'8 Block,  -  Columbia Street
new westminster.
dmhMto
3E» X O KT 3SS 33 3E5.
CA1-BDONIA A. HT. ilMHiJiU'v;
bouxinVYi-The regular me'oWnga of
this Association nro hold on tlio uatTueB*
duy of ench month, nl.8 o'clock p.iu, All
Beowhm.en uro Invltod to nite<id.*-.Ioii»
Bui r, Wee.
A O., F.-UOURT LORD DUFFERIN
Xl. No. 0301, The regular meetings of
the above Court arc held nt tbo FtjresleW
Hall, on tbo first nml thlii}.Wednesday In
onch montb, at8 p. in.-Jr-o. MoMuni'Jiy,
Henr., P, O. R.
W.°c've
o'clock at
T, U.-REHULAR MEETING
every Wednesday nfternoon nt 3
at the W. O. T. U. Hemhiuui'lers,
DOiigtOB Ht, Itoynl henlon In the nninu
"alade every Friday nfternoon.—Mitt*. Ja!-,
.,UNxtNr*HA,M, President; Jlisa D*jBK(*r
Secretary,
UNION LODGE No, O, A* **,
A. M.—Tho regular meetings of tbls Lotlgo nre held In
.    .    . tbo Masonlo Templo on the flri't
Wodnesdny ln oach month, nt 7:30o'clock
 : brethren are cordlalt-
-W. C. Coatham, Hoc.
M
BOARD OP TRADE. Board Room,
Oddfellows Brick Block, up-sltilrH
Council meets on tho first and third Wed*
nesdny In each monlli,at 4 p.m. Quarterly
meetings on thn 32nd of Feb., May--Aug.,
and Nov., at 7:30 p. tn. Now members
mny bo proposed and elected at nny Quarterly 111 eetil-;;.-1.'. KunsoN, See.
WANTED.
AaOODaiRTj FOR GKNERAL HOU8E-
Work, to gii lo Kiunloops.
Korpartf-i.tars.-pplyta^
unulia 01'/'
am'M?MM SEMMS
ESTABLISHED 1882.
Jas. Cunningham
COLUMBIA STIIEET, WESTMINSTER, B. 0,
IHFOUTER OP
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,.
Pire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,.
Lime, Hair.
MAHUFACTUBEK OF
■tmJlU SHEET-IRON WARE.
CONTRACTS FOR
Irom Cornice Work, Gtwlittlns,
Plumbing, Roofliif-.-vC.
TENDERS
QEPARATE TENDERS ARE CALLED
O for tho conslrnctlon of tbo SURREY
DYKE, Flood Gates, and ull work In connection therewith. Tenders will bo received up to August Hist, ut I o'clock p.
m,,nnd plans and Rpeolticatlons mny ho
seen, nfter August 15tb, nt the residence of
Rcevo Punch, Brownsville, whoro blank
forms for tender mny be obtained.
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted. By onler.
HENRY T. THRIFT, 0. Bt. O.
Surrey, July 30,18S0. JySOdtUw]
ALL PERSONS All f-MVARNED THAT
samubi. Greek hns no right or title
to nny portion of
LOT   tm,   UBOl'P   I*
Now Westminster District, and nny sales
purporting to be made by him of any portion of the said Lot, will be void
-n__ Donald A. Smith,
*-or R, B. Angus,
J, M. BROWNING,
Commissioner.
Vancouver, July 25,1880. dJlySIml
e*Ettru ■yo'tria
Davidson Bros.
VANCOUVER,
To Have Them Put in Good
Repair.
CALL AND SEE OUK STOOK VVFIILE
IN THE OITY.'
DAVID Soil   BROS.,
Cordova St., Vancouver.
AUCTION SALE
ENGLISH^   BAY.
T HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY MR.
I SAMUET- GRKEK to sell by Publio Alii-
tlon, on ,
Saturday Even'g, Aug. 3,1889,
At the COLONIAL
minster,
HOTEL, New Wosl--
Twcnty-livc   Lots
of his English Bay Property, which
comprises some of the best situated
business property directly opposito tho
proposed Landing of all tne largo
ocean Steamships from China, .Tapnn,
und so forth, and It is conceded by
tbo best nuthorltles on tho subject that
this is destined to become tbe principal
sonport In British Columbia,nnd this property in thi'nonr future will probably he
eqUal in value to any of tho choice lots on
Granville und other streets in Vancouver
City,
The deposits on these lots will bo $25
for Insldo lots and SM for corner lots,cu*ih;
tho balance will bo payable whon Mr.
Greer Is prepared to give a deed. Tbe property is sold with aU the privileges of tho
present pre-emption laws of British Col
umbla.
I have also boon instructed by Mr,
Joseph Hodkin to sell at snmo time,
Lot 130, Croup %
New Westminster Dlstrlot, on tbe South
Arm of tho Fruser Rlvor, opposite Tilbury
Island, with hnlf a inllo frontage on Frn-
nor River-con tain Ing 100 acres. Thero Is
ubout 120 ncres of tbls prairio, the balance
abler nnd crab-apple; there Is nbout H
Inches rich soil on surface, with clny subsoil, nnd Is equal in value to any of tbo
Delta land lower down lho rlvor which Is
selling ut from 8100 to 81S0 per noro. Terms
of this will be "MOOOoash; balance ns mny
bc agreed upon,
AlNo-IitilR fl, ID A IR. subdiv. or lot 10,
llltirk XIII. Now Westminster Suburbs.
*aj.Sale will tnko place at 8 o'olook,
T. J-
dJlyHOtd
TRAPP,
AUCTIOKEEIl.
GROCE
A.
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Canadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
DesBRISAY, Cor. Columbia & Blackie Sts.
dnplOtc
BUOOIES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A CAR-LOAD OB
Pell, Rice Coil-spring. rfclaugMan
MM MJ &-S- **E3- St '55-C! *aS*
 ___._z.so	
.    DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
lW The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia."d!
-tat*.    Jr-Leid db -Oio.r'-rie.
■JTJST    -A."B"RI"V-E!ID-
30,000 B AGS
Get Our Prices Before Purchasing.
BINDING TW
Large Stock Just Received Direct.
F.G. Strickland* Co.
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
lUHs'li   ill
Columbia' Street, New Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
HEAT PURVEYORS IN GENERAL.    1'RESII AN» CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
tS-Spoolal lines ((uoteil for tho shipping trade.   Family onion strictly attended
to.   Hotoli will find it to thoir intoroBt to placo their orilors with tho above firm.
d28noly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN &"REICHENBACH.
BUOCESSOIiS TO tf. B. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Bacon, Sausage, Bolognas, Etc.
dnolyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
Tub Columbian Pmotinh Establishment haB first-class facilities for
all kinds of Commercial Printing. Bill Heads. Utter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of ovory description, Posters, Dodders,
PriOO Lists, ito. Prices will be found as low as at any othor offion where
firat-clau work is done,
• eo   wo.
Cheap Cooking Stoves & Ranges!
DON'T FORGET THB ADDRESS:
Iter I Unlit .tin Taioimr,        Gduduftn New Mralir
i--_~__~____~-0___t,     UO'M-^
SAMUEL MELLARD,  •  CHILLIWHACK,
Whom we have appointed our sole agent for our celebrated
Stoves in that district. Mr. Mcllard will supply our Stoves at
New Westminster prices. dwno i y i
THIS BPAOE BELONGS TO
H. T. READ & CO
HARDWARE MEKOItANTH.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
jao-ajsja*** -___,jt_.t!_r,
__oz-&yj_T-u-2PJ_.o-J--u-___zm__tB oxr
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY
AGRICULTURAL & AU, KINDS OI' JIIAClUrtl'KY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Ord
REPAIillllO DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.—All orders from tho upper country promptly attended to.
dviiolmo
er.
Chas. MoDONOUGH:
Front, Street, NewWestminster.
NewWestminster lillsWoolen Boods
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS k all kMsof Woolen Ms •
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
j$3T The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmh30tc
ROYAL CITY
Ig HIS
,IA
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
KANUFAOTl'Ttl-R!- AND UKALERB IN
All Kinfls of Rouffli anfl Dressefl Lmlier
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
___.2St_ZZ> j!_.2Z,_Z.  KIITDS OB-
WOOd Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows,
Mouldings. Balusters,
Rlinds. Brackets,
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANG? AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolfldwly
Notice to StcamW Captains.
nAFTAINfl OF VBSSBtH PLYING ON
V tho North Arm aro rotiuosleillo tako
liii'cliiiiiiicl nn tho smith sido of I'oi.lur
1-h!iiiii1 lo nvolil bronhliiff tho toloiHiono
comict'tloii to llio t-i.uiimnllni) ilo.'-iiiliil.
W. «. TOWNHKND.
Aciini* Jlayor.
Now Wont,, July 3D, 18S0.      dJIySUvrl
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Lulo Partner of John MoVloltor)
MINING BNG1NRER. U.H. A PROVIN*
OIAI.BITHVKYOH, * ASSAYIIH.
Mabonio Titr-tpr.K Block, Vakuouvrk,
Ur:t. Col.
MPReltablt* rouorl-t, iindflrffroimtl mir-
veyw *itnl mapH of tnlnoit fxccntoil lit low
rutoH. AsHftys mnde ort all kinds of aim*
orals, Bold ami -diver lmrs.   Thirty y -.s-
oipovfonoo In mlnlntF *•■ Asia, Rnropfl
und United Hlulus of Amcrieu. H|iiriikn
ton Iiim-tiuuoN. Atways from a tllRtanco
promptly uttondoU lo. Address Vanoouver, IJ,C. ddel7to
s
ITOTIOB.
OTIOK IH HGtlRDT GIVEN THAT
I Intend iiniklnj* niipllcailon to lho
..onournble tho Chief Coiiimtssloiioi' of
Lands nnd Wot-lts tor liortnlfslon to It-use
lho fullnwlii;* di-Kcvllicil tniets of lamh
1, Comin-'iidiiRiit'iiHtiikfiKlhiiiit'il south
of a lako lying east, of Hoop Uny, IV'solu-
tlon Sound: rnnnlii-r thence m chulns
south, thonco 60 chnlns enst, I hence IM
ohalnHiioi'thJhcni'o HO chains onnt, theneo
40 chnlns north, thenco ill) cIiiiIiih ivc.-tt,
thence 111 chains norlh, thonoo 10 ehniiiH
weHtt thence fit) chaltm t-uitl.li, thomte 10
ehalns went, thonce topolul of comnienco*
raont
2, Commciicltiinit.n-poKl.nt the month
of a little Ktt-'iun 110 tdialns Htmth of Tihlm
Point, Itaza Island; lunnlni' thence west
10 chaliiH, south 88 ehalns, tvost 15 chnlns,
south 21 chains, WtJBt 2H ohalns, norlh 1'J
chains, wost l'i chains, north 2-1 ohnlns,
west 8 chains, north (I chnlns, west T2
chnlns, north 21 chmns, i-ust 21 chains,
south lOohalns, i<nst iKl chnlns, norlh 20
ohnlns, east ■*« ohnlns to shore, thenco
uloinf shore to plnco of commonoom*-nt,
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
July 9,1880. djlyoml roiuMfc V11.-N0.
DAILY BRITISH OOI.TJMBIAH, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. P., AUGUST 2, 1889.
HOW SAFES ARE   BROKEN.
i Authority In Burglary Glvo* a Few In-
Htructivo Points.
?ho Boston Herald gives an interesting
want hy a Pittsburgh authority in tho
i-glai-'S art:
rhoro uro in this country just about an
in f-coroof men whom no bank vault or
io, however strong, can resist. To i-ons-
m Bocibly, I will say that moro than half
thoao nro safe behind prison bars. Safe-
jukorfi havo moro than kept pace with
ni'i'vements in Bofes, including timo locks,
ill'.'.l steel cheats of eight or nino Lhick-
jhch andoloctrio protective attachments.
eir looJuaro made by some of tho linest
■ohanlcs and inventive geniuses of tho
rild. A full kit of tho most approved
idem safe-worker's tools coats about
000.
Hie modern safo burglar is an exceeding-
keen, intelligent man. He can open a
fe having all tbo modern improvements
from ton minutes to two hours without
a aid of explosives, and by only slightly
facing it. Sometimes ho leaves scarcely
nark.
A lirst class modern safo, whether large
small, generally has double outsido and
iidc doors, with a steel chest in tho bot-
tn, forming really a safe within a safe,
o insido ono being tho strongor. Tiio
tsido door is usually olthor "stuffed" or
tkoloton." Tho insldo ono is made of
'lit or nine sheets, of different temper, of
o finest atocl. Theso sheets are bolted
yothor with conical bolts, having left-
nd threads, aftor which tho heads of tho
Its aro cut ofMeaving what is virtually
solid piece of steel, whioh no drill can
nclrate. Tho best locks aro of tho com*
uition typo, with time-lock attachment,
both cities and towns safes containing
o most valuables havo an electric alarm
inched. Any tampering with it will com-
mlcata the fact to the owners or tho
fa's guardian, which in cities is either an
jotrio protective bureau or a central po-
o 'itation. Weeks, and sometimes oven
>uihs, uro spent In putting up a job of
ignitudo, and ofton a number of smaller
is uro dono to carry dutVuu whero the
Decode mny "run up into the tons of thou*
ids of dollars,
Soys aro fittodto overy door whieh stands
(wocn.tho streot and the hank vault by
'ans of a thin sheet of brass, as near as
.-siblo the samo Blzoas tho keyhole, and
pored with a thin coat of carbon, whieh
iy ho applied with a match. A dozen ou-
mcos may havo to be made to the bank
fore it is finally robbed. A key is fitted
■■■t, to tho outer door. This course is
.itinucd until keys aro had of every
-iv lending to tho vault. Having tho
itchmnu and officials of tho bunk down
e, ono of tho last things to do is to select
.ivorablo night.
I'hon tho bank burglar propor appears.
! has usually three assistants. The gang
ver appears until the night of the rob-
,y, and then not till eleven or twelve
Poole. If there is a watchman, bis habits
d disposition hnvo boon carefully noted,
d, having iiccens to the bank by koys, ii
,in ensy matter to nurpriso and ovorpow-
liim. A "crow" is next planted outsido,
in nn upper window, if thoro bo ono, to
?o notice, by menus of signals or a cord
aching to tho workers, of the approach of
rulmon or chanco passers-by. A regu-
■ codo of signals is used, telling when to
uso operations and seek cover, ond when
n>-.-,11110 work.
Sfoxbis brought into use the simplest aud
*. •irongost und most completo tool for
.' pti rpOBO, It is six inches in length and
io iii.;lics in diameter at one end, tapering
m ihingatthoothcr. It is pear-shaped,
i\ ni bread extends from end to end. It
made of Muohet's tool stool, the bost iu
;■ world. A second wed^e-shoped tap
irks insido this tool! When" this tup Is
[wed homo it exerts a spreading forco of
by tone. This tool, "tho persuader," is
' ortod in tho most minute crack or drill
fa, and, properly blocked at tho right
te, will force tbe strongest snfc door open
Mi .i sound no loudor than nn ordinary
Jo-cracker will mnko. Tho outer and
Ker doors opon, if thero bo a timo lock on
h chest, n small dynamite cartridgo ia
died opposite, a detonating fuso lighted
jf the outer door closed. Tho jarring
l,.!icd by the explosion, which makes q
' so si.'iii'coly as loud as a pistol shot, dis.
page the'works of tho time lock, which
.rt dov ti nnd is useless, the clock running
,vn with exactly a dock's sound "When it
■iniitg tho same. The heavy cuter door of
a vault being closed, scarcely an audible
'ind reaches tho street.
Alien drilling is necessary a light, com*
«fc machine, which fits tho combination
Vi plate, and whieh rapidly drills v. small
fo above the water rim of tho combination
;.l plate, is used. A small steel broach is
m inserted and ho combination knob
>*imd until tho tumblers are brought into
pitton, thus permitting tho "dog" or bar
iU'op. Aturn of tho handle shoots the
Its back and tho doorswings opon.
, f tlie operators find on entering tho vault
it tho steel chest is an improved one, they
m proceed to "strip" it. Shoot after
' 'Ot is taken off until tho works aroex-
«cd. This is dono by using a "crow,"
IJioli is sectional—that is, it may bo ex-
| di'd or contracted, as may bo nocossary.
fan ordinary observer tho "crow" looks
',*■ the bar which holds tho "manhole"
ate of a steam boiler in place, and Is
j iked ou precisely tho same principle.
EhotlW il bo necessary to "wedge" a safo
J ii, a modified form of the old "drag" is
, il, It is a light but rigid aud strong
>1 bar, sectional, as to suit different
\l safes, uud for ease In transportation)
loh clamps tho outer sido of tbe safe,
onghtho bar Is run a screw-threaded
't, with a ball joint at ono end for a ro-
yitig wedgo. On tho othor end is worked
iiulrmid wrouch, used by track hands for
.iteuiug rails, and whioh can bo procured
tm any railroad seotion-houso. With
d'fingaud blocking, no door can resist
i instrument. Sometimes a miniature
■Iroad "jack," such os engineers carry, is
oGtltuted. A heavy cleat is firmly faSt*
■d in proper position and placed on the
ir. Tho wedgo in tho crack, tho "jack"
place, tho roBUlt Is but a question of time,
OLD-TIME GAMBLING.
no of tho Card Parties That Wero
, Wont to Assemble In Washington.
u the old, old timer-, says tho Minneapolis
'bin"', overy body prominent in publio
was fond of cards.    Washington was,
itlotl in those days with gamblers of tho
Kessional- sort. Thoro wero a dozen faro
ks on tho avonuo   within   sight of
l.*by's, on tho corner of Sixth street.
■'.libera of Congress unhesitatingly en-
Hod theso places.  Sergeant Smith Prenyl was said to have lost $30,000 in his first
m In CongroBB. .*-*■*,
t, was in one of theso places that Henry
.y won from Count Brodisco tho corner
up near Lafnyotto square, which ho
orward traded for an Andaluaiau jaok*
■, Fox, tho British Minister; 'Genoral
>tt, Secrotary Maroy and a score of
nous men played poker in thoso times.
'resident Tyler was fond of "loo," ond
on mado up a gamo at the White Houbo
ilplayodall doy. Thostakes wero never
, iiu t Mr. Tyler was just as happy as If
on his thousands. AtonotimoQenoral
,, Henry Clay, Mr, Pox and Cohnt
oilisco entered Into compact to play whist
jjo a week ull winter, and tho stake ovory
lit was 5100.
Tli'-/ played a matched game. Scott and
•aold RuBsian against Clay and tho En*
■jshman. Thoy wero ovenly matched, but
i*.y and Fox came out ten games ahead.
iott'8 Iobb was said to be as much as $1,200
'{this littlo social amusement. OldThad.
BYcns In later dnys was a famous man nt
rds. Ho didn't hesitate to go into tho
. rst gambling resorts to got his sport.
i played With frigid quiet and coolness,
d in the courso of hts play kopt up a con-
.iit firo of brilliant conversation. Probu*
tlioro are not twenty-live men now in
ugrosa who are nt ull given to card-play-
r     •—■	
r I am willing to risk my reputation as n
idle man," wroto Edward llino to thn
■irpool Mercury, "If tho worst caso of
inil-pox can not bo cured ln threo duys hy
_i u so of creumoi' tartar. Ono ounce of
min of tartar dissolved ina plntof wator
auk at Intervals, when cold, is a certain,
ivor-fnlllng remedy. It has curod thou-
n.ls, novor loaves a mark, novor causes
.induces and avoids tedious lingering."
THE LATE PROF. PHELPS.
The above is u portrait of lho laloPraf.
Edward B, Phelps, M. D., L. L. IX, ot Dartmouth ooliegci lie wus u sirongi ablo
iiiuii, who stood hif.li In the literary nnd
Botenlifltj world**, It Is uot generally
known, but It Is, nevfithelcfis, the truth,
tlmt Prof. Phelps wns tho discoverer uf
what Is known lo tlm medical profession
and chemists universally an Palne's
Celery Compound- unquestionably oiioof
the most viiluublo discoveries of Ibis century. Thlaromurkahlpcomponitd is uot
a nervine, uh essence1, a sorsaputUla or
any devised article, but a discovery] and It
inniks ii distinct, Btep In meillcnl prncllcc
and the trentment of nervous cdinpllon-
tlonw. It linn been fiL'irly ii.-Imlltcd by the
best iiu'fllcnl Inlent In the html, und nlso
by tho loading chomlsls and scientists*
that, for move troubles, nnrvmis cxliniis-
has over been distovored which reaches
tho disorder and restores hcitllli rijiiiil to
this discovery of Prof. Phelps.
Palne's Celery Compound Is now being
prepared lu quantities, und enn bo procured tit nay reputable druggist, An attractive bunch of colory Is to bc /ound on
evory wrapper. It has become ispueliilly
popular among professional men, mind
workers, ladles burdened wlih exciting
social duties and frequenters of tho lend-
In K clubs.
osroTiaiEL
DURING MY ABSENCE PROM TIIE
city Mr. Newton A. While will huvo
charge of my business, nnd has authority
to collect and discharge nil accounts lu
connection therewith-olo.
ft, H.WEBB.
New Westminster, June 0, IB39.    d]e0m2
Auction Sale!
T HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
i, nnd will sell by Puhllo Auction, at tho
Colonial Hotel, on HATUllliAY, Align*!
lllstUKSt). at7.80o'clock p. in., the following yaluuolopropeity,.yli!.i
Section 25 (contnining UiOm-iv-*, more or
Ies;-,), liloek u North, Riimro Two West,
Township Nn. 38- Rango Svrst of Const
Meridian, New Wi-stininslor Dlslrlct;
about 8ijJ mites from Brownsville,on Yalo
rond; M-f miles from Prnsur Itiver. Im-
provcments-7 nercs cleared; nil und. r
fence. House, Burn Woodshed; 'Jqood
wells flrst-i'his.s water. A young Orcli'inl,
consisting of K0 varieties of fruit trees from
3 to -1 years old.   Terms ettsh.
A. M. NELSON,
iljy23td Auctioneer.
Inert
IRemdved frcm Saauich to Vio.Tcni-1
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
•ImhSumC VlOTOBIA, 11. O.
VIOTORIA
Steam Bakery!
KSTAELISUED 1S58.
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors hy Appointment to Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, tho Dominion Government, Ac,
Medal and Diploma awarded atthe Col-
oulul and Indian Exhibition, London, 1880.
PAOTORY--Niagara St-.-* James Bay.
OFKICKK-CTI'ort St., Victorin, B. tt
danSmO
This Fine Townsito, ab the Fresh-Water
■I miction of the
I
IS miles Above lYi-slmhi.Hler,
Has just been Surveyed, nnd the Lota
are for sale by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Of New Westminster, 11. C,
Tho advantages and prospects of this
Plot for a futuro thriving Town are
many.
Tho Land In tho vicinity is good.
Thoro aro inexhaustible IRON ORE
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, immediately ntljnccnt, a** well ns vast strata of
the finest HUILD1NO HAND and POTTERY CLAY.
On tlio Townsito are a number of valuable MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication by lnnd antl wator ia
unequalled, by reason of the locution of
the Townsite ou tho Fraser Rivor and
tho Southorn Railway, while tho natural
elevation and lay of tlio land can not bo
excelled na n situation for a fino town.
Tho ground la opon and clear of heavy
timber,
Tho site lias been sulcctcd ns ono of
tbo mast Important stations on, tlio
Southorn Railway, and with tho completion of tho road, in tho near future,
must, with nit its other advantages,
spring iuto prominence at onuo.
Thoao who apply early will huvo the
plolt ol tlio Lota.
A oloar tltlo given with every pur*
olmae.
rartioB wishing I.ola can apply as woll,
on tho premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
dmyOto I'iiovbiktoh.
irtppe's Sale!
UNIiEll INiiTW'l TI'lNS FKOM TIIK
Morlu;ij;ee, [ wilht-ll hy AtU'il on
TPIv-h.-.Y thei;:!i,;*-v.r .-'.uj'iir-l next, at
11 iiVlueb n. ni., nt T. I'. l.'yi'.-.Shiblus
Tniiiiii-e Alley. Vinioouvei'-l) I.-nuI of
Wi)i;i-'-li,'-|-.N, I ItOKSK, lijt.iif V'KKS,
CHAINS, lll.fii'l's Mul other I.'M".',ln:,'
Outfit.
T. ,1. AHMXTKiLNG.
td.i
■■■•■.ny
If,  T
'. r, nr
,T,   MIJI-
II, W. S.
iinuita
Great Removal Sale!
,4 S I IN1HN1I MOVINll NJ8XT 110011
i\ li, Cily linker}-, I will utli-r tor llio
noxt nilei'ti days,
15 PER  CENT. OFF
On nil i-ash purchases.
A. 11. ■VVINTICMUTI-.,
SlflnOf thC'IlulIUlo."
New Weal., July 27,1880.       dwJ12"io
NOTICE.
In the Supreme Court of British
Columbia.
Between WILLIAM TIF/TJEN, Plaintiff
Ami       JAMES HARLING, Defendant
NOTICJ'' lft Ifl'IlKl'V GIVEN THAT
an Order bcurlni* iliilti the Ifllh day
or July iiisltml. him b. un (trailled In tho
ubove action, iCHlntltiiiiK the llcfciidunt,
liis-sei'vim^ und nj-ents, milII the trial of
the snid action from, nmoilK other tilings,
using lho word "Mjilnliind'* In or upon
tiny bosesor labels upon boxes of cigars
miinitfnirtured by or for hlm.
AUMSTRUNO _•_■ HCK'STRIN,
Plaintiff's Solicitors.
Dated 18th July, 1881). djlylSml
ARAM', BY PBBIiiaAUCTION OFTIIR
Renl nml Pfti-sonol Kstiite of the Iuto
Dit.I.ot-Tiis R, MolNMES will bo held at
tne COLONIAL HOTEL, New Westinln-
ster, IJ. Con
Saturday, August 31,1889,
At 7.80 o'clock p; ni„ by A. M. Nelson,
Anetlonecr, whon tlie following vnluuble
lu-oiH-i-iv will bo -.-old wllhont reserve lo
the hlj-hest bidder.
Tkhms -Ten por cent, down and the ro*
uialiul. r In Len dnys from ilntoOf sale.
(PITY PROPERTY.
LOT 10, BLOOK   XVIII-C0xlS2 feet, to*
f-elher wltb lAVKLLlNlJ IHJUSH and
out-hoiisL's, belii'i Iho rei-Uh-neo of tho
lato Dr. L. It. "Molnnes.
LOTS, HLOCK (J-JUireliiints' Squnro-
iflxfiii; roiiniljitlon plied uud cupped,
iviuty fot'biiMdln-.'.
BUSTRMJT PROPERTY.
N.K. frnelional y Set, 28, Township ■?--
eontatiituu 10-1 neves. This valuable
piece of lnnd t» hounded by Boundary
Buy on the emit, nud by n, trtizelti'd road
on the norlh; Is fenced on two -ilde;i, and
for agricultural purposes cannot, no surpassed by any lnnd iu tho provinco.
E. y, of 13. y. of See. 8, Township 3, being y
milo In width by 1 mile In length; containing U!(l acre.", uml huvlog about jn
acres under fonce. a dwelling house
18s20 feet, a bum a0x60 feet, nud sheds
adjoining. Much of tho nbovo lnnd is
open nud very easily cleared andexeel-
lanLforugriotillural purposes.
W. y_ of E. y of Bpo. 3, Townships, being
y mile in width by] milo lu length)
contnining lOOnoros limbered land; soil
lirst-olnas quality.
N. E. y. See, 88(1, Group I, contnining JO
iicM'ii llmbci-ed hind Ivin^IUmllesfrom
O. I'. R. and 3 miles from Port Moody.
PORT MOODY TOWN PROPERTY.
Suh-divisiohs of Lot 201, Group I ("Murray
Property},
Prhnllorial Lots3 An.      Blook 2
Full "    12,13 AM, "    2.
Fractional   "   o, "    3;    half
required liy C. I'. R. fnnt settled fori.
Full Lot 7. Blook 3.
-,"  18,    "     5.
Sub*divlalohs of Lot 202| Gioiipl (Clnrk
Property'.
Lols'33,*12,'ll.t'I5, Illock?.
"    13 A HI. llloi'lt li; required by C. P.R.
[notseltlfldforj.
Hab-dlvlaloiisof Lot 208, Group I (Heaven
Property.)
Lois lfl A11), Rlock M,
PERSONAL PROPERTY.
lllorse, Harness, Buggy, Cutler, Kuddlo
A lli'ldlc. Jewelry, Hhot-Onn, Olllco Furniture, .Surgeon's Chnir, lusirumenls,
Drugs, Medicines, Medloal Roolts, &o,
djlyifltd
G. BYRNES,  -  AUCTIONEER.
AUCTION
*P EOVIKOIAL
mm iii
TOWNSITE OF HASTINGS
New Westminster District.
Tliui'Hdiiy, Aug.   15,   1880,
AT It O'CLOCK A. M,
I HAVE HEEN INSTRUCTED BY THE
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lnnds
nnd'Works-on behalf at lho Provincial
Government, to sell by Auction,
AT VANCOUVER,
Townsite of Hastings!
Lots 21 and 23, and llie fractional parts of
Lots 10, 11,12,111,11. These Lots will be
sold subject to the valuation of the Improvements thereon.
K» SiiliHi'lmn SUucks of Laud
Ranging from 2% to 1 acre's enoli, stu*r
rounding llusflii'-s I'nrlc. 'I'liesc 1'loeks
nro situate on lho Boat, West and South
aides of this Ono I'm-k, wliich eoiitaiits 100
acres. This nro-iei'ty Is on it ulceelevii-
tlon above Iturriird Inlet, nnd overlooks
this magnilleeiii. hm h«n*. i.nd may he con-
shleiv.l tin- llne.-'t ilcsldeiillnl I'lopeily of
the Cily of Vinicouver.
m\ numut ov wm*
In the same Township, extending southward from the above binds, and ranging
from in lo23 acres encli, taking in the full
width of tho Townsito.
 ALSO	
New Westminster EMsdict.
Klghlcmi nunrlor-Sflotlons lhI.oUilMfl-fl!H,
,T|:i. ;;*W. Ill', m, us pcrninpof the Ills-
Itlot. Ttnse lots are well adnpted for
ngrleiillni-al, dairy or orcltiird pnriinsos,
niidon iiccoimt of their elose proximity
Ik the markeiHof Viineouveruu I Now
Westminster are desirable pronerlleA
for fnmllles Booking homes or for Investments.      	
Maps of the various properties will he
issued. Terms ut Kale! one-third cash,
oiii'-lbli-d il months, balance 12months,
with intercut at rule of (f per cent, por annum.
GEO. BYRNES,
djIylOtd Avctxoxebr.
W. O. LOYE,
MU Soot ui Shoo Mer,
tlr-imirliiff Nently Done.   Corli Sole
Work u SiiccInU)-.
oarordors promptly attended to,
< tarkHoii St., inrearot Colonial Hotel, next to Itand Bros.' offlce.   dnclw
DRESS MAKING
At MISS JESJIIJM'S',
(Late of England)
Corner of Ohurch and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
ua-Hntlsfaction guaranteed.     dWfe7U*
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STBEET,
New Westminster, B.C.
m*8atlsrn-tlDOgtiara*itooil.      dapUHc
Rose Hill DairyFarm
FRESH MILK
Delivered Daily to Customers In all parts
of thu City.
Hotels and Restaurants supplied nt Special Rates by the year.
FRESH EGGS
Delivered at Market Ratea,
Orders [eft  nt M.  Smci.Aiit's will be'
promptly attended to.
WEAVER & WOODWARD,
djclilyl Proprietors.
Service Bull.
THE THOBOUGH-BUBD STOKE-POOIS
JERSEY BULL,
"Governor Moody"
Will Btand for sorvico this Reason at Tellium Dairy, New Westminster, whero the
beautiful not of this superb animal can be
Been aud Inspected.
A fow calves for sale.  Terma reasonable
T. CUNNINGHAM,
Ralph Booth, Proprietor.
Manager. dmy2'le
Corbett & Kennedy,
MAKOFACTOIlEltS  OF
TIN, C0PPERftS!-:EET-IR0H
•WARB.
WEftSTER'a CLOCK (UP-STAIRS),
Front Street,      New Westminster.
having .hist opened in the
above line, wc respectfully solicit u
share of the trade, and trust by careful
attenllou lb ordors and moderate charges
to merit- lho some, Experienced workmen; Kilh'iicllnn guaranteed.
Esllmatos furnished forGnlvanlzedlion
Cornice, Roofing, Plumbing, Qiw-fltting,
Steam and Hot Water Heating, Ac.
nor Entrance to premises on Mary ftt,,
In rear ot Bank of B. O. dwJnhOlo
IP YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
„B tt, MAINLAND.
ttffThey aro not only mado of the
Choicest Tobneco but thoy are of
Home Manufacture, and should be
patronized by alt good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
voLtmooK iu'ii,i)iN'u,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwljholy
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
A WEIL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRYGOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
LUNDBOHM'S BLOOK,
Columbia street,       New Westminster.
 noldwly	
Britisli Columbia's Exhibit
TnE   COMMITTER APPOINTED TO
prepare au Exhibit from New Westminster for tho
Toronto Industrial Exhibition
ts anxious to secure sueh a eolleelion as
wilt do Junlce to tin* resources of the oity.
Any person In the oity nrelsewluio who
has, or cxpotds lo havo before the date of
the Exhibition at Toronto, such articles ns
nro deemed worthy of being exhibited,
will eon for a favor by communicating, as
soon as possible, Willi Rome member nf
tho committoe. All artioles taken for exhibition will ho packed and ectitfreo of
chargo to the exhibitor. Tho local committee Is oomposcJ of the following gentlemen :—
Fish and C'amk—.1. A, Lahllaw, Esq.,
Alex, Ewun, Eeq,,und P, C. Rlrrell,Esq,
AC'ltTCl'l-TUHAb AND   HORTICULTURAL
Pitonunrs-TlioH. C'unnlnghnm, Esq., W.
Wolfenileii, Esq,
MlNRTtAT-S   ASD  MANUPAOTUKKS-J, C.
Drown.Esq.,H. V.Edmonds, Esq.
Products ov tub Foiiest-H. Elliott,
Esq., J. R, Kennedy, Esq., D. MoNalr, Esq.
JOHN HENDRY, Chalrmnn.
I). RORSON, Secretory.   '     dwjlyftml
Uorth Britisli k Mercantile
"FIRE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Capital,   • •' $15,000,(100.00
SlIliKirllii"! Cilliltl'll, OS 111 Slst. 11,,'., IMS,
312,1,011,011(1. Klro Flint! nml Reserve, "0,.
212,720. Net Premiums, 1888, $.-1,010,080.
OF   LONDON.
Capital.    •    $0,733,000.00
B-.TBH   AB    LOW  AB   ANY  OTHER
COMPANIKB IIOINO   IUIHINKSB
IN UlllTIl-H COLUMBIA.
T. O*. J-£*iwQ-Cr*E!S
Agent for New Westminster City
and Distriot. dje2!2tc
STREET CLOSED.
NOTICE IM HEREBY fjIVEN THAT
that portion of Douglas sircf-t between
Col inn bin uud Fmnt streets bus been
closed to IraiKc.   By order,
.1. O. -lAtJUKH,
Chairman Bonrd of Works.
Westminster, Aug. 1, is,-!'. daulCj
TIER DATE OF RE-OPENING THE
Publle Schools next term has been
changed from Augustfiih, I8JS0, lo August
12th, 1SSD, ft. I). I'OPE,
Silporinlondeut of Education.
Education Oflice, July 17th," 1880.  Jly21w2
CITY BREWERY!
jflLl© 2   JSlIg I
Tlio Very Host In IlioClly Is Brow.il by
JOHN w; ANDRZEJEWSKI
At the cily Drowe'ry, Agneii Slreet,
Orders left ut Dickinson's Rtitchor Shop
shall have prompt intention. Uivo nun
trial and jinlgo for yourselves.
New West., July IR, IBS!). djlylBto
IT IS AN  UNDENIABLE  FACT THAT
O .*& IK-SP £3 3&' S3
Temple of Music!
Is the Place to Buy First-Class
pianos ™ mum
At mudi Prices and Terms a-i will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For prices and terms, apply lo CARTER'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC,
Vancouver, IS* <■•
2;!0 Hastings SI. West. dnplOtc
WNICH SILLS!
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANUFACTUIU-RS  OF
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process,
tf-jr ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
"1I1XS III SorinSaiinlili.
a_-
330-11311 COKHOVA 8TKEBT,
VANGOVVEK.B.CI.
importers and Dealers In
MACHINERY
OK ALL DKSCRlTiONS.
MARINE WORJTa SPECIALTY.
d wd cMfo	
CanaOiau Pacilc Railway.
PACIFIC DIVISION'.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MASTERS OF VES-
sols and other Craft niivlirtitliig the
Fraser River are cautioned to keep within
tho Buoys painted Rod nnd Whito, respectively, at tho Mission llrlillio, as during tho construction of the Bridge, navigation between lho banlts of the River
and the Buoys Is dangerous, owing to piles
being driven thero,
H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent,
Vancouver, B. C, 7th Mny, ISSfi.  dmyHin
W. R. AUSTIN'S
lay I Mitel
FARM  PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, fir-wood, Bark,
.tc,      -III.'.,     An.
LEAVE OJlDEltS  AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHAHP.
<lrny:*Uo
jTuTwinger
DEALERIM
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
SAN JUAN LIME
Always ln Stouh.
Orders left at time. P.N. Whnrf will bo
promptly delivered, dmhlte
WHOLESALE
FirGieJifir!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
itzr Highest Price paid for Furs ami
Deer Hides,
Correspondence invltod, ras-Tclephone
CnllNo.lt. djaKto
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot op Douolas Btheet, Near
Columbia St-ueet.
j. n;n<a son, puopbietor
p
[RESH   BREAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
Confectionery, eto., etc.
Hotel and Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders  promptly attended to and
delivered to any purl of tho city.   dmhUSy
.CMonumeaialWorks
Con. Columbia ahd church Sis. .
New Westminster, Bnt. Col.
Monuments*, Headstones & Tablets
In Ma-vhlo or Granite of Best Quality.
CORNER    POSTS     AND    CURBING".
N. R.-.lust, received—tho finest tit-sort-
incnlof SeiKch ('i-ut-il*- T.Sotuiniinls over
neon  u British Columbln, whleh will bo
mild nl prtcen putting competition outof
Iho queatinrh
dwnihUlyl ALEX. HAMILTON PfiOP.
Plants for Sale!
OKDHllS TAKEN FOB I'llUIT ANH
OKNAMENTAT, TUBES,  Inollrtlng
nil tlio li'aillnit varieties nt
Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries,
 ALSO	
SMALL I'ltllTs of ovory description,
l*„i.,liicfN, .VrnitliN mul crosses nniiio
to onlor,
H.l\™n"rl P. LATHAM;
HSTABLKHEI) 185!).
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Nearly npposllo tho Colonlnl Hotel,
NKW WESTMINSTER.
TUK LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND '/SSi-TASLES
Cnnutautiy un hand, and aupplicd to Rim.
'lion, Roi-taurunts, and Steamboat! at the
LOWEST POfiglBMS Pft)UV8
Farmers, Attention I
THE UNllEliSIONEl) HAS
FOR SALE
—AT—
Chilliwack, B. C.
Ill Fnrm Wiisons.
IH Illicit Boards. ,
1 Sunn well iiintclied l-vcar old
llliu-k Hurscs.
il Single Ovivliii* Horses.
(I Cows nud ftilvrs.
10 Head Steers.
I Trotting Wngon.
tf A Full Lino of Cooking StovcB,
Heating Stoves, Tinware, Hardware,
Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, Crock*
ory k Stoneware, Clothing, Hats tc Caps,
Drugs, Farm Implements, Houso Furnishings, Furnituro, ami tho Largest Lino
ol Hoots nml Shoes abovo Westminster
nml the most Completo Stoek of Clcncral
Mcrohnndiio,
COME   AND   EXAMINE   AND HE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS.
Js'lu'!*wsm
TIME    OARD.
O. P.   3KT-. OO.
Tho Fine 1'in-t-cian.--
Str. William Irving
Will Leave tho C. V, N. Co.'s "Wharf,
xa *v _m it tst
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AND WAY POUTS.
Rotiirnlng Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sntllclent  Inducement offers she
will proceed lo BORE] and on sueh
oec.t.-ions will leave her whnrf
at-in. m.
Conncelin***ivlth thoC. P. JS. Co.'s Steamer
for Victorin.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T. r„ RR1GUS, Acont,
New WoslinliiBter. dnp3le
Time Table!
&
THE STEAMER
ROBERT DUNSMUIR
T EAVES WKSTMINSTJSTt every Mon*
U day morning at " o'olook for-Nanal*
ino, vln Vancouvor, rotomlng Tuesday,
vlii Vancouver.
Leaves Wostmlnetor every Wednesday
nl7n. m. fm* Nnnnimo direct,connecting
with Island railway and Comox Bteamer,
Leaves Nnnaimo for Vancouver on
Thurtdaya and Fridays and returns samo
ditys.
Lobvos Nnnaimo on Saturday nt 7 a. ta,
for WeaimiUBter direct.
M.A.McRAE
Mci'cliniit 1 nilor
llHAUTIl'UI, ItANCIK OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Btrlpea anil OliocU
W. BIWTIl'l
foit spuing andkum.m15u.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Colum nu Sr.,   ■   Nkw Wiistmishtkii.
ilwmbssto
VIOTORIA
MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C.,
OFFKR IOR SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOIl POULTRY, *c.
Rice Meal,
FOR CATTLE MD.
dmhMmfl
Boots an
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE EN BRITISH 8dL«IA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses $c Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them nt the Lowest Prices.
33?- REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEA
dwtc
Si   Ooinna/teia Street.
(LUNDBO.M'B HUlUUNO, FilONT STE15ET)
GENERAL
Constantly on Hand nn Extensive Stoek of
Pry Goods, Groceries,   Bunts & Shoes,  Hats & €nps,
Crockery, Glassware, Ac.
Great Variety of Household Artioles,   Also,
GRAIN,  SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
N. B.—Farm Produce bought ut market rates or Hold on commission.   B**i.Orders
from the Interior promptly attended to. dwjeEte
CASTOR!
.-*-. ■■**-!■■<<,- .■.-i'i.'i*».*,'v-v.
for Infants and Ohlldrene
"CMtoriaiaBowclladiiptedtoi*Mdrenthat I Castoria ettna Colla, Cbasttpntinn,
Irecommendltaitwi^ortOKirirnjacriiitlonl Sour Stomach, Dlnrrh'***., Eruotatlon, ^
SKS"   TOS *K -"seffiT't!™ ""!P' *°" P
IUBo.Oi«-**lBt,Bri»lilj*i,N.Y.   | WltScm tojinicia inKliKiSoa.
Tub Ckst'en Company, 77 Mui-rny Street, N. Y.
PALACE RESTAURANT
orposiiE c. r. n. whabf,
Front Street, New Westminster.
Ol'EX  D,lTaH> XIIillT.
Oysters serveil In every style.  A cnll
solicited. E. WILLIAMS * CO.,
tljlyaiml Proprietor*.
AUCTION SALE.
THE t!.\'I)E119IGNEIl lins received Instructions from John R. Oi,*ms. Ksn.,
Colloctor of Customs, to sell by Public
Auction, on
Snturdnj/ Next, Aug. Iti.l,
At7o'clockll. 111., lit the COLONIAL HOTEL, tlie follo-vlng nrtlelcs, seized for Infraction of the Customs ltevenue Aot, v.'_:
I SPAN OF IIOHSES,
1 WAGON,
1 SET OF DOUBLE HABNESS.
Terms ensU. T. J. THAPP,
djtyflflul Aliotioneei'.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
LuiiliratinUpiy
(LIKIT*SD )
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLEBA.HOLLAND,
DIBEOTOItB.
in: in oi in i::
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, ENO.
Tlie lluslness of ALLSOP * MASON lies
been liiemed In llie tiliove Coinimny nnd
will bocuriled on by llie Com puny from
tills dele ns a KOlicrnl Lnnd Inveslmeiit
nnd Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Morlengc nl. Loir
Bales. Town Lois mill Fnrlnilin Lands
for Sale on ensy terms.
Viclorln, B. C, Mny lOtli, 18S7.  ilwjly5
Mainland Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
DOUBLE AND SIN8LE RIGS
At Special Low Rates.
hying ud Al! Endi of Teaming
Done at Shortest Notice.
Dr-f Cordwood delivered to any part of
tho City.
Orders by Telephone will recolvo prompt
atlentlon,
t**rstnbloi nearly opporttto C. P.K. r*c-
pot, Columbia SI,, NewWoBtmliiKti'r.
ujallte      GILLEY BROS. 1'ko™*
Feed, Livery i Sale
STABLES.
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
*1?*R.037*RI-H]T03».
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING fiORSEB
fnr litre. Hftokfl cnll ftt nil Steamers
and Tralni*. Rpoi-liil nttentlon given to
Honrdlni* Hones.
COAL AND WOOD
Cmisinnll.Y on Hnutl,
Orders may ho left nt tho Olllco nf Mn*
thom A MIllItfiitifConimlriKldit Mi-rclmui-i,
Front Htreet, how West. dseUlto
HAEBIBON* S*E?***-iXXTa-S
(Direct from tlio Springs.)
Tho nbove will ho delivered In New
WeslminMnMv, .:o;i wee!;. Leiuv orders
with V. C, MCCARTNEY,
Commission Agent,
Donglna St., New Westminster,   9jly8lo
-T*H *E-
Cor. Columbia & Dougias Sts.
STEWART tf CASH, FROPRlETOaS
J. J, WILSON,  -  MiWACiD.
Kates, $1.00 and $1.SO per Day,
At'ConnlNO To nooM.
SPECIAL DATES BY TICE WEEK OR K0HTII.
Of Pal-tics supplied irltli nil kinds of
ICE-OllEAll. dniyimB
NOW IS YOUR
UNITY.
immense Bmmm
Suits $t Pants
BEGGS IlilS
TAILORING ESTAQUSKMENT.
Weare solllug thobestof
Eiigllali, Scotch & Froncli Goods
At in ices nwny down OUoaporthtin
Ever.
Call nnd exnmlne mul wo are satisfied
that yon will liny beforo yon leave the
Klnre,   All worlt gnnrnnlcoil.
Also—Agents for a new Invention for
Dress-cutting Hint enn bo used by ft man
or woman and give a perfect lit.
•Imhlyl mt Cdlnmliin Street.
Sis hmm
'>
BY WAY OF TTIE
Sontlierii Paoific Company's
Xtxxaxs.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QUIOKERIN time than any other
ROUTE BETWEEN
GRAND SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING OARS
For Accommodation of Seoond-Clnss Pas*»
wingers, attached lo Exprean Trains.'
Pare from l*ortlnuil to Sacramento and
Hon Knim-lsco-Unlimited, 825; Flwt-
cliias (Llmltod). KOi Hecond-cl!is»{LI-
itillof-li, 8IA.
THROUGH TICKETS lo all points South
nnd EiiHt, vlrtCnlifornln.
TICKET OFFICE?!
OITY On-irr, No. 131 Cor. Flitit A-Alder
BtreeUj
Dki'ut i'1'j.'n-i-:, Cor. I-'it- Fninl. i-lrcd**;
I'orllniid. OiVfioiti
U, KOEUIiEH,        K. V. UUliERS,
Mtinnger.        Assl.G. F. A P.A'gt glad]) British totombian
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS Ml.
Tendon St. Clair Ulackctt
Barrister at Law K. M. N. Woods
Shipping nnd Comis'n.Jlaker Bros, k Co.
Voters' Lists D. Robson
A now piano for ehIo at Wm.Roidt's,
Ftonb street. tc*
More of our Gents' §3.75 Boots re
ceived.—Grant it Maclure. *
Lacrosse players nre reminded that
a full practice is culled for to-night.
The str. Gladys left for Chilliwack
this morning with freight and piissen*
Kers.
Y. M. O. A. gymnastic class meets
for practice to-night; a full attendance
is expected.
St. Clttir Blackett is calling for tenders fur liithiuti und plastering tlio
Langley school.
Walker & Co. havo Sapperton Lots
near Kew Hospital and Eoss-Rluc-
larcn Mills at old pricea. *
Tho str. Rainbow left for Victoria
this morning with 20 passengers and a
full load of farm produce.
Only 12 days moro in which to secure a ticket for the grand drawing on
the Uth.   S. J. Thompson. *
Grant & Maclure advertise tho fuct
that they have just received their gilt-
edge dressing—whatever that mny be.
Work on the Forteaquo street improvements ia progressing nicely nud
it will he completed within lho specified time.
About fifty members of the A. O.
F. and their frionds left for Victoria
to-duy to tako part in the grand Forresters' fete.
Mr, G. E. Corbould hus been appointed a com t of revision to revise
the voters list, and will sit in that capacity at the city hall on August Oth
at 10 a. m,
Tho cricket match to-morrow, Van*
(jiiuverts Westminster, will commence
immediately after the arrival of the
visitors. It is hoped they will arrive
in timo to allow both innings to be
plnyud to a finish.
Tho following tenders were received
for llie culvert and flumo across Columbia street to Lytton Square : D. A.
McD.'iiuld 8839; Bradshaw & Co. 89C0
nud L. Williams 81*300. The tender
of D. A. McDonald being the lowest
was in-copied.
B. A. Scaborg, the Baker's Bay salmon calmer, lold an Oregonian reporter tho other day that it was his opinion that the salmon pack on the Columbia would not reach 3C0,OC3 cases
this year, compared with about 500,-
000 cases for last yoar.
Tho salmon catch last uight wob
just as good as over. The canneries
am overcrowded with work and the
stuff employed is kept as busy as bees
from mi-ruing till night, Another
week of this run and one of tho largest
packs on record for the Fraser river
will be assured.
We see by  tho  Now   Westmlnater
finput's that there is a great demand for
iiborors. in that city, in fact that the
domatid fur exceeds the supply, and
this is likely to he tho ense for several
months to come. The royal city ia
certainly going ahead very fast, nud
w!'l soon outstrip its moru pretentious
neighbors.—-Courier.
Among the successful candidates for
admission to practice ut the Bur of
British Columbia, who appeared before the examiners of the law society
ut Victoria on Monday, woro Mr. A.
C. Brydtme-Jnek and Mr. J. B. Cherry, both of this city. The former passed for barrister and solicitor and tho
lattor for solicitor. The Columbian
extends congratulations,
Mr. J. J. Blake, who has held tho
position of local malinger for the Telegraph Co., for nearly two yours, to
to thu satisfaction of nil, has been promoted to the Seattlo oflice und hns
left to ussutno his now duties. Mr.
Hugh Wilson hus been appointed to
tho vacancy created by the removal
of Mr. Blair.) and is now installed na
loeul manager. This promotion will
be vovy popular.
On Monday morning at nine o'olock,
tho mombers of **0" Battery, eighty
strong, with the wives and children of
the men, will leave thoir present quarters, march through town beaded by
the band, and go lo Mecauley'B Point,
where thev are to spend a month under
canvas. There nre to he thirty-livo
tents, including hospital and guard
touts nnd everything that can bo
thought of is boing dono to mnko tho
encampment comfortable.-- C'-fonisi.
The Nnnnimo Free Pre-s reports
that what might huvo been a bad accident occurred on Monday near Wellington. It seems that Mr. Georgo
Stebbins, who lives at Lasqueti Island
was going to Wellington on horseback,
whou a deer suddenly sprang out of
the woods causing tho horso to shy,
■nd threw Mr. Stebbins to thu ground,
who was considerably injured nbout
the head and face. Ho wns found a
tew minutes after by .lames Harper
who took caro of him,
Mr. Thos, Draper, agent for It, T.
Williams, the well known publisher,
of Victoria- is in the oity, nnd will remain n fow dnys, on business in con*
nection with tho new directory of
"Tiio Mainland Cities", to be issued by
Mr. Williams next January. A directory of "Tho Island Cities" will alao
bo issued in January by the samo
house. Both directories will be alphabetically arranged, and will contain all
tho provinoinl descriptive information
of the 1889 volume, nnd tho price of
each will be tho low figure of $1,25.
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Uw EuMlaatlMA.
Law examinations were hold in Victoria on Monday last, and the whole
of lhe candidates who presented themselves passed Tho following aro the
namen of tho successful candidates :
A, L. Belyea, of Victoria, paused us
barrister uud solicitor; A. C. B. Jack,
of Now Westminster, as barrister and
solicitor; J. B. Cherry, of Nuw Westminster, us solicitor; C. O. Pemberton.
of Victoria, ns barrister.
-.uollicr Cniulldnl*-.
Atting Mayor Townsend informed a
representative of The Columbian today that at tho urgent request of a
number of friends he had decided to
resign from tho aldermauic board and
allow hims'-.f to bo nominated for
mayor. Although Mr. Townsend
would lill iho offloe of chief magistrate
with honor to himsolf and tho eity, it
would almost bo u misforluno to loso
him from tho aldermanio board, whero
juab uh mueh ability and business
knowledge is required as in tho mayor's
chui r.
.1 Km lair Olllco.
Mr. E. M. N. Woods, barrister and
solicitor, has taken thu olliccs lately
occupied by Mr. Bovill on McKenzie
Street, directly opposite Market
Square, uml will immodiatly enter into the practice of law. Besides passing
a successful examination, Mr, Woods
hud the benelit of a most careful training in tho offices of Messrs. Corbould,
McColl it Jenns, whose standing asn
law lirm is not outranked in tho province. Mr. Woods begins the prac-
lico of his profession with hopeful
prospect- for u good businesa, and one
which is bound to extend as his namo
hoconu'B more familiar with the public.
A Pupii tni- Vlerss mau.
DAILY BRITISH OOLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTEB, B. 0., AUGUST 8, 1889.
,   ■'   T"! ,       HHH1IWIIHI1
Bishop SiUitoo, rector of Holy
Trinity church, haa mndo a most excellent uud popular appointment in
Rev. Henry Irwin ub Iub assistant.
Hev. Mr. Irwin has been in tho provinco nbout four years, und during the
greater portion of this time he has labored, und moBt successfully, in the
interior, Latterly he has been stationed ut Donald, whore ha was universally beloved by nil creeds and
classes. Ho is a good preacher, a hard
uud faithful worker, and is tilled with
an undying zeal for the good cause to
which he has devoted his lifo. It was
with the most sincere regret the people of Donald allowed Mr. Irwin to
depart, but in this instance what has
proved Donald's loss will be a valuable gain ti WefftmiBster.
The Rifle Kin go.
Tho contract for putting tbo Brownsville rille range into good condition
was awarded to Mr. George Turnbull,
who is making a thorough job of it.
Tho range is beiug completely cleared
of grass, bushes, logs and stumps to its
fullest width, which will give room for
two additional targets. The firing
points will extended the full width
of the taiiL'o and bo built in a substantial
manner. A ditch will be dug along
tho btiae uf tho firing points, by which
menus they will keep dry, or passably
bo, in all soits of weather. A single
plank sidewalk wiU be laid along tho
whole length of the range, which will
bo a vast and greatly appreciated improvement over tho cow-path that has
been used in tho past. By to-morrow
the contract will bo finished and the
first practice will bc hold under tho
new conditions.
Salmon Pac Is lu Alnnkr.
Tho Sitka Alaskan of tho 13th inat,
says: "From reliable sources it is
learned that tho pack of the sovoral
salmon iMiuiones in Southeastern
Alaska up to n week ago hnd been a
small ono. Below will be found the
actual figures: Loring, 10C0 cases;
Tonga**** Narrows, 1000 enses; Wran-
pell, 5000; Ohiloat, 1000 cases; Chilcat
(Pointd ester's), 100 cases; Pyramid
Harbor, 750 cases; [Tho last named
cannery was destroyed by fire in April
and rebuilt last month. In threo days
after starting up there had been packed
750 cases.] Freshwater Bay, 760
cases; Bartlett's Bay, not roady yet to
commence packing, and fish were being refused. Yes Bay and Borrough's
Bay, no figures to hand." Tho Alaskan
of the 20th inst. says, "Large catches
of salmon—from 100 to 400 fish being
hauled in at oach draught of the seine
—nro being made nlmoBt every day by
the Russians and Indians.
ii'miiiR <<■*,>«.
A "subscriber" writes suggesting
the ndvinubility of poople milking
their own cows only, nnd thereby allowing tho legnl owners of tho animals
to indulge in n bowl of bread nnd milk
or a milk punch, or aomo other kindred boveruge, ut their own sweet wiU.
Probably if "subscriber" would pasture his cow in his own flower garden
instead of forcing the poor animal to
gain a prt carious and highly dangerous livelihood among tho geraniums
and cauliflowers of his neighbor, tho
cow would remain distinctly tho property of its rightful owner. But
while thu present system of pasturing
rovnuins in vogue "subscriber' should
not bo sensitive on thu subject, aud
Bhould he willing to divide with his
neighbor lho milk whioh both claim a
right to. Aa for ourselves wu own no
cow nnd don't intond to buy one whilo
so mnny arc running at large. Wo
can't ull'ord to pasture our neighbor's
cow nnd pay tho damages incurred by
our own.
PERSONAL.
Samuel Greor, of English Bay, ia in
the city.
Hugh Paton nnd wife, of Montreal,
are registered nt tho Colonial,
Mrs, Wnrsnop, of Vanoouver, is tho
guest of Mrs. G. D. BrytnnBr.
Rov. .1. H. White went up to Harrison Hot Springs this nfternoon,
S, Mnrtin, of Lulu Island, is paying
the city a viat nnd. renewing old acquaintances.
Mrs. J. H. Whito and ehildren left
for Hamilton to-day and will bo absent
several months,
H. B. W. Aikman left for Victoria
to-dny to he present nt tho funeral of
the late Hon. A. E. B. Davie.
Acting Mayor Townsend loft for
Victorin today to officially represent
tho oity at tho funeral of the late Hon.
A. R. B. Davio.
J, L. Hunter, chief engineer of tho
Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway, accompanied by his family, paid the oity
ii flying visit to-day.
BCHlillem et Condsltncf.
A meeting of tho members of the
Bar of Westminster wna held last
uight, and lho annexed resolution of
condolonce, to Mrs. A. E. B, Davie,
passed. Mcssrr, Aikman, Corbould
& McColl were appointed ti delegation
to attend tho funeral of tho lato Mr.
Davie, which takes placo to-morrow.
Following is tho resolution: "Tho
members of tho Bar of Now iVestmin-
ster desiro to convey to Mrs. Davio
their deepest sympathy and profound
sorrow at tho irreparable loss which
she hus sustained in the death of hor
husband, the Hon. A. E. B. Davie,
premier nnd altorney-gener.il; and
whilo deploring for the profession to
which they belong the loss of its moat
distinguished mombor, aud for the
provinco tho Iobb tu tho public of the
cervices of ono whom all persons irrespective ot party havo admired and respected for hiB ability and integrity of
purpose, beg leave to assure her thut
her sorrow is shared in by overy member of tho Bar hero, nud, as they he
liove, by ovory community in Ibis province; nud thoy hereby tender, on behalf of tho Bar of Now Westminster
their since rest condolence with her in
this her deep atllicliou.
RAILROAD GOSSIP.
Portiuud  lo   bo  Connected wllli New
WcHtmlnHlor.
The Volohi.it of yesterdny hns the
following despatch, undor tho above
heads, which wo reproduce without
comment.1
Poutum-, July 30.—Attorney JJ.
G. Thompson has just returned from
British Columbia where lie closed a
deal with tho New Westminstor South*
em Railway Company to connect Brit*
ish Columbia with tho Pacifio Noith*
west Faii-haven Company, iu which
Thompson is interested, and is building south to this city. Ho closed n
deal hy whioh thu Thompson party
purchased tho stock of tho New Westminster Southern, and the new owners
will undertake to continue tho work
south toFuirhaven. The system, when
complotod, which will be in the shortest possiblo time, will form a continuous road from New Westminster, B.
C.. to thia city. On the New Westminster ond of the line there nre 15
miles of grndo, 20 miles right of way,
and 500 men at work. At Fuirhnven
thero arc 40 milos of ateel on the
ground, two 75 ton engines, 20 cars,
15 miles of grade, 25 miles right of
way, und 700 mon at work. Tha company nlso have two new Btcamers, a
system of scows and towage For trans-
potting materials, and tbey own the
townsite of Fairhnveri. Tho distance
between this city and New Westminster, as the rond will run, is 325 miles.
I'm"! fro-ui EtiilMi ''uliiuililn.
Mr. Henry Cunningham recoived
yesterday two baskets containing apricots und peach plums, grown in his
brother'** garden, at Now Westminstor,
B, C. Tho plums aro unusually largo
nnd rich looking and most luacious.
Thoy enme through from British Columbia in six days nnd arrived unblemished. Mr. Thos. Cunningham
ia vice-president of tho fruit growers'
association of British Columbia. He
hus ten acres under cultivation and is
demoustrntiug that fruit onn be grown
as advantageously in that province as
in California. It is remarkable to see
plums of sueh size ready for market
when the fruit is not hnlf developed on
trees in Kingston. The fruit ia on exhibition in the Whig office window.—
Kingston Whig. ■■ ■'■
An It Should Bc.
The real estato men who recently
made themselves somowhat- ridioutous
by their attitude on the trado licenao
question are now beginning to realize
that they wore clearly in the wrong,
and like little men, are paying the tax
levied on them under tho provisions of
tho uew by-law. In addition to Messrs. Rand Bros., the following have
proved themselves loyal to tho city
council: Messrs. Shannon & McLachlan and A. J. Smith. Many
othors to-dny will, it is believed, also
fall into line. It mny be of interest to
know thnt since confederation tho laws
in the statute books in respect of Buch
licenses have been rigidly enforced.
Thoao form part of thoae embraced iu
tho by-law which is now being put into effect.*- World,
LATE DISPATCHES.
THE ATLANTIC SERVICE.
Lonijon, Aug. 1.—Iu the Houso of
Commons to-night, Mr. Justin McCarthy and Sir Gourgu Baden-Powell
asked respecting tho new Atlantic
mail contract with tho Andersons.
Baron De Worms replied that the details of tho contract wero undor the
control of the Dominion government,
Hor majesty's government did not feel
justified in making uny official representations to Cnnnda on the subject.
Improved arrangements, which will ho
highly appreciated by tho public, form
part of tho great system of communication with tho far Eaat via Canada,
from which important advantages aro
expected.
uoomvoon hacks.
London, Aug, 1.—In the third day's
racing nt Goodwood to-day, tho nice
Goodwood cup, value::.000 sovereigns,
was won by Trayles, Latania was socond. Tho race for tho Prince of
Wales stakes at Goodwood to-day, was
won by Duko of Portland's bay filly
Seminole, Douglass Baird'a bay filly
BurcnrolJu wns second, and Lord Dunham's bay colt Custelur was third.
Stakes aro valued nt 2,000 sovereigns,
with additions. The principal event
of tho day wuh tho race for the Goodwood cup, which Warren De LaRue's
cliestnut colt Trayles won easily, beating tho Duke of Blanforte's brown filly Latania, tho only other starter,
easily. The raco for the Reus' Memorial stakes of 200 sovereigns each,
500 sovereigns added, for the owner
and 100 sovereigns for the nomination
of tho winner for, two-year-olds, was
won by Lanton's bay filly, Riviera;
Lord Arlington's bay cult, Ben, seoond, and John Watson's chestnut filly,
Strawberry Hill, third.
CHILDREN ENJOY
Tho pleasant flavor, gentle notion and
soothing effects of Syrup of Figs, when
in neod of a laxative and if tho father or
mother bo costivo or bilious tho moat
gratifying results follow its uso, ao that
it is the best family remedy known nnd
ovory family should hnvo a bottlo.
* •>■■»■
It ia probable tho Dominion military syBtem will bo oxtendod lo the
Northwest next yenr.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
R, A. Wade, representing himself
as a Chicago lawyer working up a big
case, has disappeared from Toronto
after having borrowed Bums amounting to $2,000 from legal nnd other
friends.
Martin McDonald, ox-register, of
Brandon, Man., wns arrested last evening by Detective Loster on ti warrant
for embezzling somo bookB of the ; eg-
istry office of which ho had chargo till
Thursday lust.
Thu Canadian Pacific crop bulletin
just issued gives u satisfactory account
of tho state of the crops throughout
Manitoba uud the territories. A competent authority estimates the wheat
crop at ten million bushels.
The body of nn unknown man has
been found near Carnduff, Asainiboine,
on tho banks of the Souris river, murdered nfter tho "Jack-the-Ripper"
fnshion. The stomach and abdomen
were cut opon and the entrails scattered about.
Chief of Polico Hubbard arrived at
Winnipeg Wednesday to tako Burke
to Chicago, Ho was accompanied by
ii largo escort to prevent any attempts
nt his capture. Tlio extradition papers
are expected to arrive from Ottawa on
Saturday.
Whon Baby wu slok, we gave bet Carforia,
Whoa the wet a CliUtl, .bo cried for Cutorls,
When she beoiine HUs, she elans to Cutorls,
WhttsbshtrfCUidrWll-MglT8toimClitorf|
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
IB. C. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fund.
For the purpose of raising a fund to
contributo towardi tho patriotic and
worthy object of making tho noxt an*
nual provincial fair, to bo hold in this
oity, a grand and unprecedented success,
tho undersigned agree to contribute tho
sums opposito their respective names (to
bo paid into tho association or to trustees
competent to receivo the samo, on or before 0 montha from tho dato of tlie last
provincial exhibition, and to be applied
to preparing exhibition grounds and
buildings in the city, for increasing the
amount offered in prizes, and for furthering tho exhibition in otber ways):
Sharon A Fnlno, Lulu Island  10 09
L I' Eckstein  in oo
It W Armstrong.  10 00
V 11 Glover  io 00
Walker & piiadwell  io oo
t'lnud Hamber. „  io 00
Peter Grunt, „  io 00
A. J Hill  moo
Capt A  Grant  iq 00
J B  Macdouell  in on
W C Loyo  io 00
F G Strloklaud  25 00
Gilley Bros.  20 00
ft 11 Webb  --, oo
T Cunnliighnm  ;to oo
Henderson Bros, Oh 111'whack.  10 00
A B wintemuto  iq oo
Per Ex-Mayor Dickinson  212 85
Annie M Jnquea  jo 00
Jas Cnunlnsltam  fyjoo
Grant* Hagstrom  ■.-■■ oo
J W Hessmltn  *,i) oo
"""" ri"   10 00
  It 0 00
B Douglas	
BB Scoullar A Co	
Ackerman Bros_	
Bold A Currie	
K T Ttenil A Co...
WH Thibaudeau	
Grant A Maclure	
Ogle, Campbell ACo	
r.o oo
15 01)
30 00
20 00
SUB8CBIPTI0KS PAW.
TnE Columbian-. „ y.n oo
WJ Armstrong. „„  :;u oq
G D Brymner _  "o oo
Stewart A Cash „„,  »;uq
Georgo Turner „  io oo
Young A Torhuno  10 00
Terhune & Co „„, „„ iooo
A DosBrlsay _......,,  15 oo
p Bllodeau..-  moo
W O Coatlnm  -, mi
TM Cunningham - *?•>cii»
A E Hand „  • *i pa
Next 1
METHODIST OHURCH, Mury
Street. Hev. J. H. W.iite, Pi' or.
flees at .1" a.m. nL«u7p.m. Sunday
School.!*ndB .'o,Ole*is2i On.in. Priiyor
Meeting oj Tliui-*-. ya at 7.30p-m. Seals
free; stvougorarord-■•■.''vlPYited.
§T. PAUL'S CHURCH, John Stroet,
i Oppo** oo ufe-j 'i. Rev. Thomas
r-'da,-. P.ib . bervv-M every Sunday
a*, lln, MmuTo. n\ Tjint,---yevcnln*;!-
at7:"0 o* ocr. be, is ( "e; all are cordl-
al'.yinvllrU Su.n. 3r.fj0l.uo at2.3Qp.m.
C-ilC'rCIl OP EsJG&.VJfD.-HOr-Y
' TI IM't" OHOr OH! I>clo*-'. Tie
r-1-.tio"., s. - i'VYn om RCH: Eeeiir,
T .0 \c.i. .*> <■ ;ic rj Wr >il*(. Serv ces
in Li. 1 r -,' , w. crr.i t> •*. AM sc.its
tree. !■■< 1 x-cieaopounii dny fur nii*
vale "1  ve,
pUl-t-UYTKIKAN    CHURCH   (; T.
I AKD'.W/',**), I'ornerC.'i.niivon rr-ml
HlacUvHnt.il f- ■*. Kev. TJiO'i. * < oule,, n;is-
lor, ! u.v.c"i t'tll f, in, antl 7 p. iuj bun-
tl.iy*M-liooI nml Dlblo-cUlss •-, 2.30 p.m.;
Pr.iye -n-'C ■:>*■■ on Tliu.'sut-y evon lugs at
7,*-"i. feejisneei stmngeis welcome
CALEDONIA -t ST. ANDREW'S
SOOIBTY.-Tlio re-Tin, meetings of
tills Association ate lielu 011 .liolastTueR-
dnyofeaehmoiili.fli.8i clock p. ra. All
Rcotf-timen are Inyllrd 11 i'Uoud,-JouN
Buie, Sec.
Ao. p.-cour-T L*>rt) dui-vehin
, No. (iroi. T e relator meet-im or
Uion lovoCourtnpolieltl at i'lol-W. em*
Hal .ont'-eli Ht'aniM A A WMIUCdevlsti
ench mon ".1 iitSp. m.—.iso. MoMuih-uv,
Senr., P.O..'
TIT C. T, U.-ltKflJLAlt MEETING
VV .   every Wi'n p-'ph-ooii ot 3
o'clock atthe W. C..', r.He.ulfiuartons
DougliiH St, Loy;-| , o.lotl In 1 -e same
pluce every K.hlnv rfie noon.—Mrh. Jas,
CuNNiKaHAM.l'.e.-i.t o'.h; Miss DeUeck
Secrelury,
■ UNION LODGE No. 9, A. F.
^f\p * A. At,.-. The regular mcet-
74\J\ Ings of this Lodge are held In
/ ▼ \ lhe MiiBonioToniploon the flrat
Wednesday 11 each month, nt7:JJ0o'clock
p.m. Sojourning brethren are cordially
Invltod to attend,-W. O. Coatham. Nee.
BOARD OF TCAlii:. Board Boom,
Oddfellows 1 tit Block, up*stalrs
Council moots on 1 10 ilififcoru third Wednesday in euch mon (1.a 4 i.ro. Quarterly
meetingsonllioEJimof Feb., May,,Aug,,
and Nov., ai 7:',S0 p. m. New members
mny bo proposed nnd elect-dat any Quarterly meeting,—D, Robson, Sec.
g^OPtlGS
A Pleasing Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follow, the .ino of Syrup of Figs, os it
act. gently on tlio
Kidneys, Livbe W Bowels
Efieott-ally Cleansing the System-*ii*a
Costivo ur Bilious, Disponing
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and permanently curing
HABECUAI, CONSTIPATION
without weakening or irritating tho or*
gana on which it aots,
Vor Bolo In 700 bottle, liy nil T,o„lln.
Druggists.
H-nUMO-U,**, OHLT BT TUB
OALirOEmAHaSTEOTOO
______ Bui Hukcimo. Om.,
**-wiraui,Kv.. Ki-rYoutit
VOUJME vn.-NO. :
B
a. a. b. woodi,
lABHISTER-AT-LAW. Offln-MoKen-
' gle Street. dau2lo
TENDERS
FOR TIIE LATHING AND PLASTRIt-
lug,oto.,of the LANGLEY SCHOOL
HOUSE will be received by tho under-
(signed up to tho Mib Uay of AuruhI,
Specifications of the work to ho dono
can be Been nt Lyal A Co.'s Uoolistore.
ST. CLAIR IlLACKETT,
Seo. of Trut-teeu.
Latigloy, H. O., Aug. 1,18SU.     dnuStO
BAKER BROS. & CO'Y
io Chapel "Walk, South Castle St., Liverpool, England.
3 Bank Buildings, Columbia Street, New
Westminster,B. C.
Shipping and Commission
General Wholesale Merchants AUpgrtef's
Any description of Goods Imported to
older nnd Custom and Ship Uruklng
tronsnotad. Latest Freight and Market
Quotations, dwivu2tc
VOTERS9   LISTS.
City of New Westminster.
•VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
Xl a Court will beheld pursuant to tho
vntcrs' list clauses of tho New Westminster Ant, 18ES, and tho New Westminster
Aot, 1US8, Amendment Aot, by Gouoon E.
CobbouIiD, Esq., Reviser of tho Voters'
List for the Oity of New Westminster, nt
the CITY HALL, on the Slh Dayof Au-
5nut, 1HH1), at 10 o'elook a. m.t to hoar nml
etermlnetbe several complaints of errors and omlsRlons ln the voters' list of
tho City of  New Westminster for 1880.
All persons having business at the court
aro required to attend at the said time
nnd place.
Dated the 2nd day of August, 1880.
D. ROBSON.
Olerk of the City of Now Westminster.
dau2td
WANTED.
ONE   THOUSAND   CORDS   CEDAR
Bolts, four to seventeen feet long.—
Apply to
dto  KOVAL OITY PLANING MILLS OO.
Tenders for Street Work.
TENDERS WILL RE RECEIVED AT
the City Hull, New Westminster, up
to 4 o'clock p. ni.( on MONDAY, August
Hb, for the
CLEARING & GRADING OF CLINTON ST.,
marked -'Tender for Clinton Street," nnd
addressed to the "Chairman of Hoard of
Works, City Hall, New Westminster."
No tonder entertained unlesi accompanied hy deposit equal to li percent, of
amount of tender, which shall bo forfeited
If party tendering refuses or negleeln to
enter Into 11 contract when called npon to
tin so. Iu the event, of n temlor not boing
accepted the deposit will be returned.
1'lans nnd specifications may be seen In
the City Engineer's oflice, City Hall.
The lowestor any tender not necessarily
accepted.
J U .TAQUErt,
Chairman of Board of Works,
City Hall,
New West., July 31st, 1889.       djIySltd
UJAIifflM,
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Slreet, NewWestminster, B.C.
[Tki.kpjionb No, 65.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX. EN LAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London and Lancashire Fire n-nd
Bi-ltUh Umpire Life Insurance
Commuili-11.
New Weitminster Building Society.
Aeaouutant'e Oflloe, Diocese of N.W*
City Auditor., 1880,18ST and 1888.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OP REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRIOT,
and othor mouotary transact lonn.
Have several good Investment'' on their
books, and all now comers will do well to
call beforo doing business elsewhere,
d wSdely
n
to
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CITY SUPPLIES.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the City Corporation will not bo responsible for any goods or articles furnished (o any official or employee except
ou nu order signed hy the city clerk or
assistant. Hy Order,
D. ROBSON,
Cily Clerk.
July 24th, 1880. (Ijy2lml
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H
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ID
THIS WBEZ
WE WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Silk,Taffeta'Cotton Gloves
Lace Mitts, &c,
In Ladies' and Children's sizes.
Also,
HOSIERY
At Great Reduction in Prices!
WONDERFUL   BARGAINS.
Ogle, Campbell & Freeman
MASONIO        BLOOK.
dwtc
SUMMER GOATS!
OCLE, CAMPBELL * CO.
"N-B-W -W-ffiSTIiVCI^ST-E-R.
djlylOto
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
XHDAJCBXi  IN1
Choice Family firoceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Labrador Hterrlng-s,
lv£ac]sexel. Salt Cod.
uk__x_aa.oxLx'B TTxic. *KsL*naf3,
Jlxxxiomx'b "Crn.c. Bacon.
rlo-ax. Brar- Snorts,
•■HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE,
wuwu- Sooullar-Armatrong Blook, Columbia it.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
Jas. Ellard I Co
WILL SELL THEIR REMAINING STOCK OF
AT    COST,   FOR   CASH.
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY,   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses in steel, rubber, silver arc ,-t.id
frames,   Tho finest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; all sights suited.
Spooial attention givon to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learnt,, tliu
business thoroughly from somo of the finest Horologors in England, and sinco thon
managed tlio watch-repairing departments of a few of tho bust firms on the continent of America, is a iiifHolent guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 years of tho well-known firm of Savago k Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate, ■  . ;   !*5&S&
Montrkal, Deo., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, say6- "I never found a Watohmaker who did so
woll for me oa you did when In Montreal, and I am sorry you are not horo to-day."
dwap'lsib
D. S. CURTIS A CO.
AQENTS   B. LAURANOE'8 ' 8PEOTAOL.ES.
-**44l
<^^iimiM
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    ■    Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
Wii 61
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
XX X Or XX - Ci L Jl S S
DRY GOODS
—A2TX*	
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARCHE.
DRESS-MAKING DEPARTMENT will
be re-opened August 1st, and will be
under the management of a FIRST-
CLASS DRESS-MAKER from Montreal.
Style and fit guaranteed.
WALKER dl. SHADWELL,
dwae28to
COLUMBIA STIIEET,

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