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Array British    Columbian.
VOLUME 7
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 4, 1889
NUMBER 3
PROFESSIONAL AND EUSjNSSS CARDS.
T. C, ATKINSON,
>,vunn;rRR,HOiJiciTou,Ae. dffloos-
^ Masonic llulldlntr, I'ew WeKlmlnsler.
dwtc
ARMSTRONG A KOKSTEIW,
iDAIiniRTK.US,   ROMCITOttH,   ETO.-
J   Masonlo Uulldlng,   Kew W'-jstmln*
ter, H. 0. dwmy-Ke
Wi STOttJHAH BH-b.il. fcl,C.,
SAIMllSTl-'n-AT-LAW.LVNnAQENI'.
3 Money Id Loan. O'lk-e-Clai'kBOii Ht.,
few WeBtmlnster, II C. _ _<Uo_
CO it Km ID, Mcl.'ilX <V .1I&KS-
r>AUItlSTKl^', BOMUrroitft, ole.   Offl-
O  cos—Masonlo Binldimts, Kew AVest-
ilnster, and Van con ver, Ii. V. tlwlc
A.C, UllTDOHIQ-JACK, BE. A ,
TOTAItY I'linUO, CONVEYANCER,
% Ac. UarrinU'i'df Uio New Uninswlck
jpremo Court.   Office  Iti the Hiimley
.inlillnj,*, Columbia SI., c-iU'O'-ln* lliel'ol-
nlal Hotel. dftpgto
JOSEPH ti, GAYNOR, U.A„L>Ii<B-
■*10LD MEDALIST of tho Unlvorsltj o(
■Jl     Dublin.    lUlilllrtTI'K-AT LAW  of
lio Hlf-hC.'iirl oNiisM.v.lr.'hiiH   nmnoi,
MeKeiiKlo & Cli-i-lt-son NIh., Kew
llSler, ilwfi'211'l
A. J. HOI-HI'S- O. D.S.i
JU-RCHBON DKNTI.ST.   Gratltiote of the
3 Ohio Colics') nt Mental Surgery. In
uw with Dr. C.V, C. Urovvn. All work
kllirulty performed. Kooiiis .-<:<*, llaiilc
f It. t.\, Columbln St. ll-iui-s-3 lo I'-' a.m.;
,.'ii| to il p. m.  illly.'lle
C. IS, OATH) WOOD, DID,1!.,
lURtll-'ON DENTIflT—A Oroiluolo of
3 Miolialllniorc U-:i,(iil CoUcko, Ih jiro-
iii'iitl to do all itlnd-iof Denial work, of-
co over McLennan A Mel-Vc-lv's hard*
Hire store, Ul Coi'ilov.i St., Vancouver,
■'■ 0. ilapHOtii
O. VI'. Ull ANT,
0L.1KV  .ts.  MAOLURB,
A TiCHITRO'lVl. Dlllce-Uonm 13, over
(\ Hunk of 11. Cr.-iliiinblaf'ln.'el.Wesl--
fiinster, dtc
WlM.IA.il   R, KINO,
i UCIHTEUT.HANirARYRNOINEEIl,
"\_   Ao.   Itemov.nl In Arms!roll-;--* Diode,
'olumbia  Street,   Westmlnsler—■ Iloom
lo. 2 dto
AV. TIUUAUDI3AU,
f AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS-
\j man.  Hamley Block, New Wostmtn-
'er. H. 0. dmyloto
A. F, t'UTTOV,
VOMINION AND PHOVINCIAL LAND
J KC11VKY0I'. Ollicu: llooui D.llunlt
' 11. C. biill-llm*, Wt-.-Iininaler, B.C.	
«. VI. *';-'.>I*l('U,
iKAIi ESTATE BROKER and Comity
>    Court. Atreii1   Commissioner, Notary
ubllc.Ae.   lliMi!-; col I eet ml.   Oilice—Me-
emtio Slreet, Kew Westminster. B. (!.
T.J. TRAPI*,
UOTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
1 Columbia ^Ireel, Kew WestminBter.
il nommlsslonfi win reoeiye prompt
1,1 careful uttoiitlon, Best reteranoes
v i*n when re'iuiroii. miil2*io
[.'. C. McCAUTNEY,
3MMISSI0N AGENT and Customs
Broker.   Doiiitla.i St., Now Westmln-
■. Airenl. for Hanlson SpringH Aerated
. iter* Viineonvei-xiMiiu !)-■(■ iv''leaning
fork."; llanos-, Oiviins, Musical Instru-
nts,   '
nico.
iidries ior-snle.   Next door to
Uy BiUtoty.  dJIyMo
TURN Kit, HHKTOV A CO.,
MERCHANTS. Wharf St., Viclmlu.
Ageiits for North British and Mer-
nlllti Insurance Co. 'or Malnlnnd, H.
I'i-kton A Co.,;!(] L'iii'ibury Circus, Lou-
in, E. 1! dto
SI I
\m
n tTi l
!<•:'"'   iislnie   EiroktirN nud
Financial Agents.
.GENTS FOR
CoiiA-'lerntloi-, f-'f-j Assoulatltm nf
Toronto.
Roynl und kanuashlre Fire Insurant e C<>.)!Jlltl5l*-u.
ns.Valuable Lots for snlo ln lho Cily
nd District of Westminster* and choice
,ots In tlio City of Vanconvor.
Person'' wishing to buy or sell city or
anil properly tdiould eoirimunlcato with
s.
Oillces: Bank of R.O, hulltiltlg, opposite
-wlolllee, Westminster, nml HuatlngBSl.,'
an couvor. ^^ dwanlOto
RAND BROS.
VBlli ESTATIQ IJUIHwEUS,
li
I'liiivcj'iitit-fr:'. 0'illet-tor*.,
And Insurance A(*;«nls,
dices nt
NEW WESTMINSTER! Corner
Afolvoiulo nnd Clurkson Sts,
VAN 'DITVKIi, Cordova Street.
LONDON ,EnKli.iiu.
r.n11,1UNO LOTS for Kale lu all sections
f Vanoouvor and New WeslmlnslerClly.
t'AUM LANIW or superior iiunllty for
lie at Chill[wliii*-!., Port Iinnimnml,
iui-*ley, MaLsiinl, Snmiis, Mud Bay,Lad-
■<f-i LandiiiH, Lulu Island, North Arm
',iid Pltc Rlvor.
^liipsiiud Plans e-thlbtted nml lhe fulI-
•^ Information fur'nlsbodataUouroffloesi
W. BOVILL,
i    ARCHITECT
 AND	
eel Estate feeni
-Office, Maokon-
Pull List of City and Suburban Pro-
icrly.
Particular attoutlon paid lo Farming
Cands,
Aoeurnto Information io oorrospond-
ints. dwmyllyl
ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
Civil Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
■IHANCIAL, S11IPPIKG & COMMISSION AGEHTS
I'li-e. I.lfr A .11 ai lut- Insiiriiiiee.
Coi.iimuiaSt., - Oi'i>. Colonial Hotki.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C.
ifl'VE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
•OC toniloii lo all professional orders and
coder I Iielr services lo residents and nonresidents havin«(!liyorCounlri' Prnpeity
to dispose of or iles|rliii{ profitable investment.
Ourllsis of ollglhlo properties are comprehensive mid constantly receiving additions, und our favorable eastern connections both In Canada nnd lho Atlantic
States give us nnnsuul facilities for business,
Special attention will bo pnld to tho
(purcliaso ami Inspection of Lumber for
shipment to foreign ports, TonnilgO chartered uud general shipping business trans*
noted, dwaplyl
lacpherson
DRUGGIST
Pure and Fresh Drugs
|     x»zixex*uiixxis3,
fatent Medicines, Etc
Physioiahs- Presdriptidhs Cinsruuv
OOM-DUNOED.
Vutophone C'ommnnl'iiilIon.  Nlulit Roll.
iircnio  ,
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including 'fools of dl kinds of the bust mains,; OrOSS-CUt & Hllll'1-Snws,
Blirbuil Wire for l'onoing, and nil tbe ncco-'iuy Vtcnslls for Flll-mingl
l-iillcv itlocks Bnutch Blacks Rope & Chain in nil sizes; Pitch,
Tnr & Oakum- Tamil and plain Paper for BulldlnKi Paints & Oils
in all colors; Liquid Paints 111 all shades; Floor Paints roady touse; (Irlllll
Stones! Wall Paper in '-nil designs; Brooms & Brushes for all pur-ioses;
l.llbrH'atin-- Oils; Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements.
ttr Special attention given to orders by mail.
dwjlySto
T. JT. T'K^.-F'-F SO CO.,
Cor.u'iiiiA Strekt, New Westminsteh.
tdai«la*"W-t7 B
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
New Spring Goods'.
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
H.    &.   MANSON's
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columliln Street, • New Westminster,
Globe House!
MRS.    WM.    RAE
WILL  OFFER
FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS
Call Early and Secure Bargains.
iAND BROS.
Real Estate,
surance an
A.C3-E33Xr*rXiS5.
OFFIOBB =
NEW WESTMINSTER,
corner clarkson
& Mckenzie sts.
VANCOUVER,  CORANBEBROTOTO?T°RVEETA8N0
-AND-
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG. .07 cannon
Farming Lands^Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia and Front Sts,,
In central portion of tho city; several
building-* bring good rent-322,000.00,
Lot 4, Block 7, noar Lytton Square,
00x132 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Front Sta.-gO.OOO.OO.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., 311x01) foet—
§4,000.00,
Also—Lot and Building with stook of
Goods, ono of the best businesa stands
in. the city.
Improved Residential Property
Lot 15, Btook 13; two houses rented at
paying nguros—$4,500.00.
House and Lot on Lorno St., near Columbia—$1250.00.
Lots 4, 5 k 0, Block If); good houso,
garden, ko.; choice residenco property
-SJ5,2G0.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St.; fenced and
cleared—$1500.00.
House and Lot on Columbia St.; one of
tho finest residences in tho oity—$7,*
000.00.
Houso and Lot on Royal Avenue, near
Douglas St.—82,000.00.
House and 8 Lots, corner Royal Avenuo
and St. Patrick's St.; no 'bettor residenco site in tho oity—$10,000.00.
1 acre, with 7 houses, near tho Pnrk—
$0,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Block 28; corner lut on Agues St.;
fine residence situ~@1200.00.
Lota on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avenue—$500.00 eaoh.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Halifax Sts., noar Clinton St.; fine views
and well situated—$850.00, $375,00,
$500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clintoi*-
$300.00.
Lot 0, Sub-Block 10; fine residenco lots-
$250.00.
Lots on Pelham St., near Mary—$000,00
each.
Lot on Pelham St., near St. Androw's;
fino site-$500.00. .
Lot on St. John's St., noar Melbourne--
$350.00.
Lot in St. Andrew's Square   $300.00.
Lots in Blook fronting on North Am
road; finest ohaneo In tbe market fo:
residenco or speculation-812fl.(X) ti
$175.00.
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Bloo
12-S60.00 to $126,00.
Lot' in Subdivision of Lot 17. sub-Bloe
13—$100.00 oach.
Lota In Westminster Addition at $15,00
to $50,00.
Tuts powder never varies, A iiuirvci ot
piirli.ytB(rencMiiiii'.lwhijI(.'.'ifitiH,ii"s.:-. More
economical Limn Hie orillnnry lunrts.anil
ciinuol ho Fdltl In coniiio.it.ian wllliHie
mulUluiloof low lent, short weight alum
or pliosphulc powders, Sold onlylti cans.
Royal Bakino 1'ow.uki* Co., 100 Wall Kl.,
New York. 3/ely
Farm fo?_Sale.
LOT 27, BLOOK .1 NOItTII 11ANCIK -
'Vest, Lulu Islunil, lit u bun-nln.—
Apply lo RAND BROS., O" BDWA1VD A.
SHAllI'E, Lulu Islnncl. ilwjB""m!
OPFIOES   IN*   THK   ARMSTRONG
Monk.    Applyto
«'. J. ARMSTRONG.
djolOlc SliiTllT.
TO RENT.
AIM.BASANTHOOM KOIt TWOGBN-
tleraon.wlth  or wllhout Hoard, In
private family.   Apply nl third houso up'
tho hill, k-fthimd sliit-of DousIuh street.
 djelOto
Timber Ln-mls for Sii!c.
1M1V.  DISCOVKRKK'H  INTKUKHT IN
.  ahoutfl,000noreflor flr«t*olnss Timber
Lands, principally Mr.
WOODS, TUIlN'Rn & OAMfiLR.
Now West,, IJ. 0., Juno ll, 1E80.   dje!2ral
First-class Prairie Farm
2E"0"ES  S3JL.3u__j&_.
SUPERBLY R1TUATKD ON T.UliU ISLAND, Norlh Arm, Knis-'-r IHver; containing 2i'ii acres or thn (lntstfarming land
lu the country; nil dyltcd, well Improved,
good buildings, good oreluud (hearing).
Forfurtlu'i' lnformnlion enr-uire of
MAJOR &Pl5ApS0Ni
dmySOte New Westminster.
WANTED.
«   WELL-BROKEN   HORSE,  Slliinblo
z\    for a tU;lIvcvy whkoh.- apply to
ilJCJOwl It. J. ARMSTltONQ.
fOXIROItKIVKGUOllSTONKJlASONS.
1    Apply to A'.'KKKJtA*,' ItltOS.,
llJclKtd Now WcstmlllHlOl'.
Plants for Sale!
O. 3£2 ES -^«. "E»
ATT1IK
G-reenlioiiis, Douglas Street
In Cheat Vakiety, Ikcludinu,
GERANIUMS. Double and Single; PU-
CHIAH. nil nr;w viirlt'tlos; HOSES,
DOUblo PETUNIAS, *M00N-PL0WEB8:
a tiuo collection of DAHLIAS (nnmed
vnrlntles) ANNUALS, ii.', els. por doz.
Mixed BEDDING PLANTS,SI SO per doz.
I otTor 10 Planti- for St, Including l Storm
King I'uuhla, llotin,uols, Wreaths nnd
Crosses made lo order. I'lnil, VogoliiblcR
and Flowers ut siorc, nesi CHy HoloI.Co*
Imnhiii SI. Orders bv mail promptly nt-
teudedlo      [dwaptyij      V. LATHAM.
T. A, MIU CO.
Queen's  Hotel  Block,
~,i',*v Hi:srs»\sii:it.
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PRESCUU'TIONM A SPECIALTY,
d a pile
ft
SO   CO.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
Purchase Sell anil Lease Property,
Collect dents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating to
Kcal Estate,
—AGENTS FOIl—■
London Atomi-niicc Corporal inn.
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of
Hart lord.
London nnd Lancashire Life Assurance Co-
Canton Insurance Olllcc, Mi (Marine)
OFFICES!
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwieHyl
ROTES AND COMMENTS.
A yaoht wna recently launched
on the Thames hy electrical appliances, which enabled all the supports to bo removed on tho pressing
of a button, nnd the vessel glided
into the water without the slightest
hitch.
Tho nntivo population of Benares,
India, cannot have very advanced
ideas hr to tho importance of sanitation, an one hundred thousand of
them have signed a monster petition
to tho government protesting against
tho proposed new drainage and
water supply
A large hospital is badly needed
in Leavenworth, Kan. Last month
22.000^11 of that- town formally
registered themselves as side. P.S.
—Later advices state that in
Leavenworth you have to sign a
certilicate declaring that you nre ill
beforo you can get a drink of
liquor; so perhaps 11 hospital is not
SO wry much needed after i\\\.— Ex.
Foreign languages will in a short
time form nn part of the curriculum
of the Now York public schools,
The board of ediiotttion has reported
against them, and ono of the leading
papers, approving of the report, sayB
"if tho time hitherto devoted to the
work of misappropriating foreign
tongue3 should be employed in acquiring a lirm hold upon our noble
English, tho result would be of the
highest and most permanent value."
The French tricolor had its day
in Chicago last Monday. It paraded through our streets to tbe strains
of "Marseilles," and in commemoration of the Roman Catholic
French*Canadian faction triumph
over Protestantism and universal
education in Canada, The whole
celebration wns as much out of
placo in the streets of Chicago as a
parade in honor of Napoleon HI,
would be in tho streets of Paris during the present republican asceud*
eney.—America.
A Dr. Evans takes credit for discovering a new test for the fresh*
noas of eggs, which consists of bold*
•ing tbem to the ear and violently
slinking them. If not fresh un egg
will rattle. There appears to be
little novelty in this suggestion,
as the practice is an old one. It is
now claimed thatuu infaliblo test of
vitality in an egg, true freshness,
is to hold the broad end of an egg,
gently pressed on the tip of your
tongue, ti If fresh it will be distinctly wai'-ph* tl?in the tongue, while
the small end will bo as distinctly
cold. If the egg is not fresh both
ends are cold on account of losing
its vitality. It might be well for
tho Times man to mako a note of
tho above.
Tlie ordinary man is sometimes
apt to wonder how many ages must
elapse beforo common senso will
havo a chance to publish the banns of
marriago between law and justice.
Wo lately run across an account of
a contest between thom (in which
law as usual, got away with the
blind goddess) which is a fair samplo
of the way "tho common sense of
most" is sot at naught by tlio special
sense of tho legal few. A woman
was tried for poisoning her husband,
and found guilty. The jury's verdict wns "murder in the second de-
giTo." Then it wus discovered that
tho statute pronounced killing by
posion "murder in the first degree."
Aud as thero was no legal ground
fora new trial, the verdict was held
tantamount to an acquittal and the
murderer got off.
A new schemo to induce warmhearted persons to opon their pocket-
hooks has been exposed in Atlanta.
The schemo was worked by a man
and his wife. The latter went from
houso to houso asking for money with
which to bury her husband. Sho
received soveral contributions, but
ono lady, doubting her story, said :
"I'll go to your home with you."
Sho did so, and to hor great surprise
found the husband laid out on a table
with a white sheet thrown ovor him.
Sho was much moved by the sight,
and pulling out her purse gavo the
"widow" several dollars in small
cbango. After leaving the houso the
lady discovered that she had forgotten her handkerchief and returned to
get it. Upon re-entering the mom
she was shocked to seo the "dead
man" sitting up counting the monoy.
The deposed King of Uganda, who,
according to Mr. Ashe, hnd about 40,-
000 lighting men under his command
beforo be was hurled from power, is
now eating the bread of the Arabs
in Tabora, far on the road to Zanzibar. Whon tho iit seized him
Mwauga uaod to abuse tho Arabs at
bis court as violently as the missionaries. Ho gavo them now and then
the pleasant 1 assurance that they
would all bo killed if they wore
caught selling powder toothor tribes,
When ho thought they flattered
themselves that they wero influential
nt court ho summoned thom to his
straw palace, told them they were
nothing but miserable peasants and
traders, and forbade his people to
sell them food. It was a bad day
for hiin. however, when ho put ono
of them in the stocks, for the traders
ho treated with contempt woro powerful enough to procure his downfall,
and now the wretched young man is
dopendent upon their bounty for his
daily food.—Ex.
WAR PROBABLE.
A Great War in Central America
Over International Boundary
Dispute Probable.
An Immense Sum Offered for a
Three Year Old Trotter with
a 2.1.> Record.
Ill-fated Johnstown is Agfain Flood
ed but no Lives are Reported Lost.
ty in to he givon to the  case,  as  the
charges wero mndo in tho senate.
It has been learned that the Anderson's havo guaranteed to transport the
English mails across tho Atlantic in
connection with tho Canadian Pacific
Railway at the average speed of nineteen knots. Tho London Times says
this will stimulate the scheme of a fast
mail to China and Japan.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'j Castoria
A CBN'fllAL AMERICAN   WAR,
Panama, J uly 4.—Tho Costa Rioaii
ttoups are marching rapidly upon Nicaragua, aud a war iu which all tho Central American republics may become
embroiled ia expected to break out at
an/ moment. It is more than poasiblo
tlmt tho United States may inteifero
to protect tho newly created interests
in the Nicaraguiui canal. A formidable body of Costa Rlcan troops nro
on the frontier. Tho tioublo arises
out of the old buundary dispute botween Costa Rica and Nicaragua.
ARRIVED SAFELY.
New Orleans, July 4.—John L.
Sullivan ahd party arrived here to-day,
Kilrain is expected to-morrow,
A LARGE PURCHASE.
Charleston, S. C.( July 4.—Tho
Manchester Ship Canal Company of
England has bought the extensive
Anpletou property, consistinc <-f
wharves, elevators, etc., at Port Royal.
Ii is supposed they will run ships to
Port Royal from England to carry
phosphate.) and lumber from the interior.
a valuaule trotter,
St. Paul, July 4.—Au offer of gGo,-
000 has been made by Robt. Bonner,
of New York, for the Minnesota trotter, Axtell, who yesterday mado a mile
in 2'lBi, breaking the reoord for three
yoar olds.   The offer was refused.
A VAST l'KOJECT.
Ottawa, July 4—Civil Engineer
R. E. Paulin has returned frum Brazil where he went in the intereat uf n
syndicate of Canadian und American
capitalists to report on a vast railway
project to cpen tho south eastern section of Brazil. It is also proposed lo
place a fleet of steamers ou one of the
rivers, and establish steam communication botween Para, Now York and
Montreal.
ANOTHER IIIU LOAN.
New York, July 3.—Tho despatohea
statins that tho Northern Pacific intended to issue §15,000,000 in new
bonds are confirmed at the office of the
company hore. One of the officials
states that the plan for raising the
money to improve the Pacifio coast
property and acquire additiunal equipment und also to take up the Oregon
Transcontinental bonds, hns been discussed but nothing definite has been
decided on. It will probably be in
the shape of a collateral trust loan,
STAHE ROBBERS.
Cheyenne, Wyo., July 3.—The
soutli bound stage coaches from Landor
to Rawlins wore held up and robbed
on Monday near Rougis by threo road
agents, Mrs, Jones, wifo of the Indian agent, and her three children
were the only pussongots on tho coach.
The robbct*.-) compelled her to give up
all her money and valuables and thu
keys to hor trunk. They emptied ihe
trunk, taking tho valuables. They
thou took the mail bags, cut thom
open and took the registered lettersand
valuables, They kept the driver covered with a revolver until the work of
going through the mail was completed,
when they disappeared iu the darkness.
Deputy Sheriff A rent, of Lander, with
20 Shoshone Indian-*, nre on the trail
of the robbers with a chanco of catching them.
again deluged.
Johnstown, July 3.—Tho Cone*
maugh Valley is again deluged with
water. The rain which began falling
Inst ovening still continues, and mountain streams m many places are out cf
their hanks and sweeping things boforo
them. For a time lost night the rainfall was much heavier than that winch
proceeded the breaking ef the South
Fork dam and the torriblu disaster of
May 31st. Workmen on a pile of drift
narrowly escaped drowning, and thoso
engaged in removing the debris from
below the bridge were resuced in boats
at the junction of tho Conemaugh
aud Stony Creek. Two immense iron
hollers, belonging to tho Gautier Steel
Works, were carried away. The terrific lightning frightened the citizens
aim' at out of their sni.-ws, and peals of
thunder shook mountains nnd valleys,
onuB-iig the dend bodies to come to tho
surface of the wnter. In tho Gone*
maugh ijiriio bodies wero caught nud
t-cveral '■ih-.'i!- flouted down with the
drift. In Cambria Ciry soveral bouses
weie again Hooded and livo families
were compelled to vacate and go tothe
hilli'. The camps occupied by the
woiknioii wero also flooded and tlie
men were compelled to remain up all
uight.
OTTAWA    NOTES.
Ottawa, July 3.—Hon. Mr. Foster
was married in Chicago on Monday to
Mrs. Addio Clui-holui, nu Ottawa lady
who has juat obtained a divorce in Chicago from her hut-band on the ground
of desertion. Mrs. Foster is well
known iu Ontario temperance circles,
as hoth this and her husband have
beon prominent members of tho W, C,
T, ll for years.
The following contracts have heen
awarded for Westminster penitentiary
supplies: groceries and flour, C. McDonough; beef and mutton, Manahan
& Reich on baok; coal,- Wm. Rogers;
fish W. H. Vianen.
Tho government lias been officially
notified ('f the great exhibition to be
hold in Dunudin to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the oniony of Now
Zealand. Space application forms can
be had frmn tho department of agriculture.
A mounted police roservo will patrol
southern Manitoba to guard against
timber thieves.
Ottawa, July 2.—There is great
activity iu cable circles. Tho Western
Union is this weok lundim* two cables
at Canso to lay to Now York to avoid
tho land line. Tho Commercial company is laying a cable from France to
land at Canso this week.
A commissioner has been appointed
to investigate tho charges of mismanagement against Superintendent Ellis
of tho Welland Canal,   Groat public!-
FROM VICTORIA,
A ll'-iiv) (i-tle.—Tlie I'iili-iluuiiiii I'fcnlc.
A New IioTai'lory and Flail lirrzliif*
EftluliII-jtinM-nt.
Special totheColuinblan.
Victoria, Juno 4.—Quite a numbor
from here wont to Port Townsend thia
morning to narticinpto in tho celebration of tho Fourth of July.
Tho Victoria, theatre was crowded
laat niglit to seo Lily Cluy'e Gaiety Co.
Shiny nobs were very prominont.
A heavy galo has been blowing for
the last 24 hours and has delayed
steamers somewhat. Tho sealing
schooner Mary Taylor returned to port
yesterday to obtain canoes. She lost
all her canoes, 8 in number, in a heavy
galo on tlio 13th of Juno. Sho will
sail as noon as possible for Behring
Sea.
The weather is bright and fine today and the Caledonian annual picnic
will be a success.
Tho Yosemite took the Islander's
placo this morning. Tho Islander on
her roturn will go into the dry-dock to
receive an overhauling, tlio Yosemite
continuing on the Vancouver route
until the Islander is ready.
Tho British Columbia Ice Manu-
facturini*: and Fish Freezing Co. commenced work yesterday. The ice
proiiii-u-s to be of good quality.
At 2:26 p.m, the fino residence ot
Mr. Jacob Sehl, eituatcd on Laurel
Point, at the entrance to the harbor,
was discovered to bo on fire, The firo,
by hard work, was kept confined to
oue of the wings until the arrival of
the firemen when it was soon quenched.
There was a heavy galo blowing, and
had the fire gained control of the
house, it would ulso have swept away
Sehl's furniture factory, situated alongside. The amout of damage is unknown.
Tho steamers Islander and Olympia
were to leave Port Townsend at 0 p.m.
and have a trial of speed to Victoria.
It is blowing a heavy galo outside,
howover, and the straits are very
rough, so it is doubtful if tho race will
take placo.
City council.
The city council met at 8 o'clock
last night for the transaction of business. Present -- Aldermen CurtiB;
Scoullar, Calbick, Reid, McPhaden,
Cunningham, Jaques and Townsend.
His worship Mayor Hendry in the
chair.
COMMUNICATIONS
From J. N. Dra-per, secretary of the
Westminster Woolen Mill** Co., asking for tho $1,000 bonus as por bylaw.
Movod by Aid. Scoullar, seconded
by Aid. Reid, that tho finance committee be empowered to pay over the
amount if all the conditions of tho bylaw have been complied with. Curried.
From Aid. Ewen as follows: D.
Robson, Esq., city clerk: I am in receipt of your letter of this date, re
abatement of taxes on lvater lots, to
collection on improvements only, and
in reply thereto beg to state 1 do uot
intend to pay any portion of taxes on
water lots but through the courts; and
in ordor to place myself in a proper
manner before the public, I hereby
tender my resignation as a councillor
for tho city. I bave the honor to be,
respectfully yours, Alex, Ewen.
accounts.
Tho following accounts were ordered
paid. T. FurnoBs, §52.87; J. Harvey,
§51.75; Mr. McLeod $43.81; W.
Urquhart, 856.25; C. Blair, S54; J.
Jonsen,$57.37; F. Forrest, $75; J. E.
Sulley, §100.75; Jas. Ellnrd & Co.,
$52.14; Ogle, Campbell & Freeman,
8162.14; British Columbian, 8277.41;
H Morey & Co., $8.50; Z. S. Hall,
§8.95; James Johnson, 824; A. G.
Smith, $16.80.
REPORTS,
The police committeo recommended
that the salary of the chief of polico be
raised to $00 per month; Constable
Carty $80 per month; A. G. Smith
$55 per month; also that the police
supply their own uniforms. Report
adopted.
Aid, Cunningham reported that the
contract for clearing the park had
been signed, and that sufficient security had been given.   Report  adopted.
Thu council went into committee of
the whole on tho atreets and sidewalks
by-law and passed it clauso by clauso.
Tho committee roso and reported progress. Tho report was adopted and
lho by-law finally passed.
Moved by Aid. Calbick, seconded by
Aid. Scoullar, that a voto of thanks on
behalf of this council and the citizens
bu tendered to Mayor Oppenheimer
and the citizens of Vancouver for tho
courteous manner in which they enter
taincdour citizeiiB on tho 1st of July
at thut city.   Carried unanimously.
On motion the chief engineer waB instructed to report on the quantity of
hoso available for use.
Ou motion the board of works was
instructed to call for tenders for tho
oponing of Fortesquo streot, nnd let
contract for the same.
Aid, Curtis said he understood the
chairman of the water committee had
a report to make on tho appointment
of a water engineer.
Aid. Scoullar said he had no report
to make ns he had expected to discuss
the matter in caucus.
Aid. Cunningham, Jaques, Town-
send and Reid favored no more delay
and urged nn immediate appointment.
Aldermen McPhaden and Calbick
suggested caution, and- thought tho
subject should first be discussed in
caucus.
Au adjournment of an hour ami ton
minutes was taken and tho matter wbb
discussed in tho committee room.
Whon tho bonrd resumed, Alderman
Jaques moved, seconded by Alderman
Cunningham, that Mr. E. A. Wilmot
ho appointed onginoer-in-ohief to pro*
pare tho design for the Coquitlam
water works system, nnd that Mr.
Arthur K. Hill be appointed his assistant.   Carried.
Tho counoil thon adjourned at 12:45
COMPLETELY ROUTED.
Col. Wadehouse Returns to Wada
Haifa After Having Completely
Routed tbe Arabs.
The American Rifle Team Royally
Entertained by the London
Rille Brigade.
Terrible   Colliery   Disaster   in
France. Several Hundred Miners Killed by Fire-damp.
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
COMPLETELY KOUIED,
Cahio, July 4.-—Col, Wadobouso
has returned to Wada Haifa after completely routing the remainder of the
Arab force.
CONGO NAVIGATION.
Brussels, July, 4.*—A telegram
from the governor-general of the Congo Freo State Bays that the English
Bteamer from Liverpool, gaugiog 1860,
nnd loading 2500 tons, wliich loft Antwerp on May 8th, has ascended the
Congo as far as Matadi. Tho question
us to the selection of Matadi aa a starting point of the Congo railway is thus
decidod.
BROTHERLY TOASTS.
London, July 4.—Lust night the
London rifle brigade entertained tho
Massachusetts team at dinner. A
large company waB present. Major
Edward Matthey occupied the chair.
After local toasts had been proposed
and responded to, the chairman proposed toaslB to tho president of tho
U, 8., and tho health of the winning
team, observing that ho would carry
tho company baok about 100 yeara, the
reason being that to-morrow was the
4th of July, the anniversary of American independence. They were now
associated one with another, in fact,
they were now both brothers and not
fighting one against another.
CLEANINO THE CITY.
London, July 4.—King Humbert
und hia sou, the Prince of Naples, recently inaugurated the ceremonies attending tho work of demolishing 17,-
000 houses and 62 churches in the
most thickly settled and most squalid
parts of tho city of Naples, where narrow streets, filled with perennial filth,
breed pestilence and death. But tho
real work only began yesterday whon
nearly twelve thousand laborers wero
aet to w ork tearing down the filthy
old rookeries in the doomed quarter.
This improvement it is expected will
tako four yeara to complete.
BODIES RECOVERED.
Paris, July 4.—A large number of
bodies have been recovered from the
coal pit at St. Etienno, where the explosion of fire damp occurred yesterday. There is no hope of finding nny
of tho ontombed men alive.
TERRIBLE  COLLIERY DISASTER.
Paris, July 3.—Another terrible
colliery disaster is reported from tbo
district of St. Etienne. An explosion
of fire damp occurred in one of the pits
m which SOO miners were nt work.
Their escape was completely cut off,
and there is small chance of any of
them being rescued alive. So far it is
known that 200 of tho entombed
miners are dead.
ANOTHER VICTORY.
London, July 3.—The Massachusetts rifle team shot a match to-day at
Rainham with the London Riflo Brigade team. Tho total score wsb, Americans, 1,084; Englishmen, 1,007,
OTE AMERICAN CRICKETERS.
Dublin, July 3:—The Philadelphia
cricketers closed their first inning
againat Dublin club to-day for 177
runs, Dublin having mado 280. Philadelphia in the second innings had
made 319 for six wickots, when the
play was stopped for the day.
VICTORY FOR THE OPPOSITION.
Paris, July 3.—-Tho chamber of
deputies held another stormy session
to-day, tho excitement running high
on tho proposal of the enemies ef the
government to abolish the secret service fund. All shades of opposition
united their forces on this motion, and
after much wrangling aod discussion it
was finally passed by a vote of 301 to
200. The announcement of tho result
was the signal for the wildest demonstrations of joy on the part of the opposition, while tho government's ad-
herentB appeared crestfallen. The
voto is, however, devoid of the significance which the opposition seem disposed to attach to it, as the government did not make tbe retention of
the secret servico fund a vital issue,
and so do not regard tho vote to
abolish it as amounting to want of
confidence.
QUIETING DOWN.
London, J uly 3.—A correspondent
of tho Times telegraphs from London
an interview ho had with Senor H.
Dobarros Gomes, Portuguese minister
of marino and of colonics, on the sub*
jeet of tho Delagoa Bay Railway concession. Senor Gomes says that but
for tho assistance of the government
the railway company would have forfeited the concessions long ago. He
declared that the government intended
to adhere strictly to the terms of the
concession. The government had proposed to England and to America to
submit the complaint of tho company
to arbitration, and neither country had
offered objection to an arbitration,
being upon the basis of a clause in the
concession. Negotiations with England were amicable. Everything was
going smoothly at Delagoa Bay, the
old employees of tho railway oompany
having been retained by tho govern*
ment officials.
Tho Burke extradition caso was resumed ai> Winnipeg Monday. Most
of the session was taken up in reading
tho depositions taken before the grand
jury at Chicago.
It is admitted by C. P. R, people
at Montreal that tno Northern Pacific
is actively engaged in securing control of roads in tho Northwest with a
view of entering into active competition with the Canadian  Pacifio.
During n heavy thundor storm yesterday afternoon, at Port Atthur, a
young man named Walter Adami,
while crossing a hall In the Continental hotel, ln which the front and back
doors wero open, was struck by a lightning bolt and killed instantly. The
lightning apparently passed through
the open hall-way as Adams was crossing it. Thero was no marks on the
body and none whatever in tho building. 3
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Thero is a nice little row between
tlio eity of Toronto nml the C.IVU.
Somo timo sinco thu oity decided lo
reclaim certain low lands along tho
lako shore, nnd an agreement was
cntored into by which the new hike
front (the reclaimed land) was to bo
tho property of thoso who owned
tho lond inside of it—-tho city boing
much the largest owner. Tho city
duly applied for its patent, but the
issue of this was delayed—it is
alleged, by tho influence of tho C. P.
It. That company then went to
work to expropriate the old lako
front which belonged to the city,
and if it gets it boforo tho city gets
its patent for the reclaimed (or partially reclaimed) land, it will, of
course, under tho agreement, demand that the patent issue in its
favor, as tbo owner of tho land immediately behind. It would thus,
at very small cost, gobble up a strip
of land which has, by the growth
and improvement of the city of
Toronto, been made about tho most
valuable in the Dominion. Tbe
civic authorities doclaro that they
will allow neither tho company nor
the government to rob them, and
threaten a worse than Manitoba
blizzard if tho attempt is made.
everybody knows at leost somebody
elso, 'quite in our own set, I assure
you,' who lias taken to business of
one sort or another. Democracy,
women's rights, nnd, nbovo all, that
dearth of ready monoy which is
usually described as 'bad times/
havo nil contributed to the result.
Tiio male aristocrats started the
movement, For several years tho
Marquis of Londonderry's coul-carts
have perambulated the streets of tiio
metropolis hearing his Lordship's
name in full; the Karl of Shrewsbury's hansom!* ure the smartest nnd
swiftest in London, and quite recently tho Earl of Coventry has
blossomed out into n bona*flde manufacturer of jams and pickles. Soon
the ladies began to follow suit. If
lords may sell coals, why should not
ladies sell milk. And so the Duchess of Hamilton has started n most
successful dairy at Ipswich, and no
one thinks any thu worso of her
Graco for doing ko; while the Hon.
Mi's. Maborly presides over a daintily furnished establishment of a
similar nature somewhere in the regions of Netting Hill," Thus one
by one iho wretched shams nud af-
fectdtious of n past ago urn dropping
off, and necessity and eouinion-iienno
combined enforce tho trite dignity of
labor for all classes. Thu timo is
not far distant whon privileged
classes themselves will ceiiso to bn
recognized in the common brotherhood of an intelligent ami rational
humanity.
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VOLUME Vli-ND, 8.
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Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms easy.
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1VI ONFSY    TO    J-JkO AN.       B&** tomers the benefit of all our social bargains.
A. Un
it is satisfactoiy to note that
there are "no Hies" on our city council in the matter of pushing the necessary preliminaries to actual work
on tho streets and park improvements and the water works, A
glance at the report of the meeting
lost night will show that progress is
being mado with respect to tho former two, and also that engineers
have been appointed to prepare tho
design for tbo Coquitlam water
works system. Tho appointments
themselves—^Iesst'S. K. A. Wilmot
nnd A. E. Hill, O.E.'s, being the
engineers selected for this important
work—will be generally approved.
There was some talk, we believe, of
appointing certain outside engineers,
but the council showed their wisdom
iu deciding upon two of our own
engineers, who not only reside und
havo their interests in this city, but
whoso abilities und standing in every
respect are woll known to our citizens. Besides the gentlemen in
queition havo already given conaiderablo study to tbe various details of
the Coquitlam water works, and arc
specially qualified to direct thoir
construction through the several
stages to a successful issue. The
ratepayers and the citizens generally
huvo now a guarantee that tlie water
works will bo energetically and intelligently pushed, and in tho best
interests of thoso most intimately
concerned, and actual construction
proceeded with without unnecessary
delay.
A slight •'coolness" still exists between tho august civic board of
Vancouver and tho municipal council of Itichinond. It will borcmem
bored that, several months ago, the
"terminal city" solons, without fully
realizing the enormity of their
. oilbnoe, but moved thereto, apparently, by a hasty and petulant tent
per, nd ministered what was little
less than a public slap in tho faco
to Ihe Richmond municipal "fathers," charging them, in effect, with
breach of faith in tbe North Arm
lirldgea matter. As a matter of fact,
the Richmond council were, naturally enough, doing their utmost to
further the construction of those
bridge.-, but tho Vancouver aldermen
wore in a bad humor on account of
vexatious delays, and "took it out"
accordingly on the rural body. Our
readers will recall bow the offensive
Vancouver resolution was received
—or rather "not received"—by the
justly indignant grangers in council
assembled, and, how tbe aforesaid
granger-; put on their war-boots and
pulverUedthe "terminal city' 'council.
This deserved (instigation drew from
the puissant aldermen a mildly explanatory and insinuating rejoinder,
in which they "deeply regretted"—
not their own sins, oh, no!—but the
faot that tbe spikes in the Richmond
war-boots were so sharp and tho
boots themselves so heavy. Rut tho
Richmond "fathers," at their last
meeting, according to tho report
published tho other day in this
per, have no intention of relaxing
"n littlo bit" until the offenders are
reduced to a proper and honest
framo of mind und meekly "holler
'nuff." Jb is to bo feared tbat a
porfect entente cordiatc will hardly
be resumed until all bygones are
forgotten in the ultimate completion
of the long looked for North Arm
bridges.
In one of her recent letters from
London Mrs. Ashton Dilko says:
"It is quito 'tho thing' now-a-days
for our aristocracy to go into trade
—not in a backward surreptitious
sort of wny, but with much self-
advertisement, and in the full light
of day. Tha hated word which
twenty yoars ago u'llod the refined
oar with contempt and loathing is
fast  losing all iti old sting, and j
gh the Southern states have
■ since acquiesced as gracefully
possible   in   the   consequences
whicli tho result of tbo memorable
American civil  war imposed upon
them, it is nothing moro thnu natural   and   human thnt some rather
fervid sentiments should   bo entertained, and occasionally expressed,
on   the subject   by that portion of
the nation that was vanquished in
the struggle for what it considered
constitutional   and   divine   rights.
That Southern feeling has notdujcl
out   altogether   a recent speech in
Virginia, by General Early, of   the
Confederate   army, would   seem to
show, as   do other utterances from
Southern public men, from time to
time.    Tho graves of   Confederate
eoldiers at Winchester were being
decorated  not long ago on the Auy
set apart for that purpose, nnd Gen- Ej
oral Early, tho orator of tho occa- *
Bion, in the courso of his uddness,
said :   "The  men whoso bones now
lie in this cemetery gave their lives
for what   they not only believed to
be, but what I. insist, was n just and
righteous cause.   That   causo  wns
lost, but that did not prove that it
was wrong, for   the history of   tlio
woi-ld' abounds with   instances   in
whieh might hns proved more powerful  than  right.   The fact, therefore, that tho cntise for which theso
brave soldiers gave their lives failed
of success, and that wc huvo accept*
ed the result, with a determination
to abide tho issue as the final settlement of tho questions which led to
the conflict, does   not justify those
time servers   who   pretend to have
discovered   that  they were on the
wrong side in the contest, either from
want of manly courage, nr from some
sinister motive of self interest.   As
1 have said on a former occasion ;
'If ever I repudiate, disown or apologize   for  tho cause for whioh Lie
fought   and Jackson died, may the
lightning   of   heaven  blast mo and
the scorn   of  all   good women und
true men bo my portion;' Aud again
I say that the Confederate who bus
deserted since the war is infinitely
worso than one who deserted during
tho   war."   These   sentiments   are
fairly representative, it is  said, of
what is left of the military South,
and the best the triumphant North
can do, an exchange well remarks,
is to read sueh addresses and make
no sign.
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Messrs. THE WILLIAM JOHNSON GO.,
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Dear Sirs,
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50, amount of your account foi
Magnetic Iron Paint.
We find that this Paint is
just the article required for roofs,
both iron and wood.
We covered 6,850 superficial
square feet of iron with seven
gallons.
Some time in the future, if
you wish, we can let you know
how it has stood the weather.
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Fresh Hams.
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Pure Canadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
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''arming Lands, Improved and mum-
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Mining nnd other Btook bought ond
sold,
Money lo I.onn on first mortgage at
low rates.
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P.O. DltAWKIt W.
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NKW WESTMINSTER,
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COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,,
Fire Grates,
- Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,.
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTURER OF
BSJll & SHEET-IRON 'WARE,
CONTRACTS FOR
Iron Cornice Work, fins -fitting,
Plumbing, Rooflnp-„,Vc.
WANTED.
ONI!    THOUSAND    CORDS    CEDAR
IIoIIh. four to seventeen feet long.-
Anply to   .
die   ROYAI,CITY PLANING Mll.r.SCO.
ffivi'chmrit'.iiif.lor*
BKAUTlfUI. RaNQEOF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
striped and Check
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER.
Opp. Colonial Hotel
Columbia St.,   •   Nkw Wehtminstek.
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE   BAR8AINS
Suits tt Pants
 AT	
&
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
Wo nro (Killing the lieut of
English, Scotch & French Goods
At pi Icon nwny down Cliotiper than
Ever.
Call nml examine and wo nre uatlsilcd
i that you will buy boforo you loavo llie
store  All work gunrantood.
AIro-Agents for a now Invention for
Dross-cutting thnt can be used by u man
or woman nnd give a porfect fit.
dmhlyl U Colnmbl* Slrett.
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Pfiarscio pv tiar-aflen Tools,
Laun -MUwci'Si &Ci. &<.*•
Tiger   Rake-
Sharp's Do.
Maxwell Do.
BRIM MU1BIA I
Columbia Street, Sew Westminster.
VAN   VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PURVEYORS IN CCVDIMI,.    FRESH  AMI CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON IIANU.
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Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBACH,
(SUCCESSORS TO W. B. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Bacon, Haiisnge, Bolognas, Etc.
diiolyl
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oil kinds of Commercial Printing. Bill Heads Letter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of om-y doscription, Pastors, Dodgers,
Price Lists, &<*■   Prices will bo found as low ns at any other oflicn where
first-class work is done.
35? The only House on the Mainland wliich keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
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rung in iii],,,,,., M
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MANlTFA.rrL'IUlHH AND UttALBUS  IN
All Kinds of Rnngli anfl Dressefl Lt
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES. NET FLOATS, TflAYS,
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Doors.   Frames.   Windows,
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Railings, Newel's.
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to architects.     Wanted at Once.
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J. lio recoived by tlio miderHlf-'iicri for
tno ImllilhiKH to bo orectod for llio provincial exhibition on Quotm'a park, ft\v.e
nnd c-|fiKR of b-iMdliij-H vet-ii I rod nn.) nil
oilier •lfirtldiilurN can bo olitn|nt\l nn
applictillonto
THOS. CUNNINGHAM,
Cliali'tnnn Park Committeo.
WonliiiliiHlor.JuiiolT.lSW.        djelTlc
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Lain Partner of John MnVlekor)
MINING ENQ1NKKK, U.S. A PHOVIN-
CIAIiaURVKYOU, * ABBAYfm.
Masoniu Tkmpi.r Block, Vancouvrii,
Hr.LCol.
•WK-jliablo reportk, undertfi*outi<! huc
voynnnd maps Of mi non exe-iiileii ut, Im*-
rnfi-H. AHiiivHimidoon ull kinds of min*
orals, eold and (diver liarn. Thirty yon ra'
experience In mining in AnIii, Kinupe
mid United HlnleN of Amoriuti. H-ioiiltH
ton Inni-UHKi-N. ANSfiy-i frnm a dlrititlico
promptly attended to,
ver, lie,
AddicsH Vancou*
Utlomc
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Jan! hitIvoiI.   Addrom II, tli it- odloo,
 '  ajyal	
Notice to Contractors!
SEALED TENDERS FOH OUSARINfJ
Lot*!, Blpoka. siiburliH of Now Wont-
minuter, will bo recoived by tho Trustees
of Royal Columbian HoHpltal.
SpoolllcatloiiH if nhovn work may be
seen nt CLOW A MAOLUBE'S offlce up to
noon of July lOtli. djlyiild
Imperial Fire Insurance Go,
OB X_02.T__.02Sr.
nmit,     ■     ci.oiiii.iiihi sis,
Hales ns low ns nny othor reliable Oom-
Eimles doliiH business In llrlilnl, Ooluiu-
'Jt. .. W' J' AltMHTHONO,
cljl.vsic Anent lor Me vr West. VOLUME VII.-NO. 9.
DAILY. BBIWH OOLUMBIA UEW- WEfiiaiMINflam, & ft, JUXff.4, \m.
SOMETIME ORUTHER.
I kindor supposo tliot wo ou-jlHor bo good
T--'l.ty, nn* this hour an' lliia vory minute;
Wo oii-jlitcr bo perfect; Is'po-iotlict wo would.
Hit v.-iiru't such a pesky hard tiling to ho-
(Tin it.
Hut wo'ro Roin1 to wheel rlgbt about faco
biraoby,
An'  nil uv oar   woakncssoa   thoroughly
Binotliorj
Novor cu39 nor deceive, nover swindle nor Ho—
To-morror, or non-' day, orBomotimooruthorl
An' we're goln* to woar all porta uvjowola on'
tli'iiKS,    '
An'b:led shirts, an' stiff dlcltoys, ea* thom
sorter duds.
An* tall bats nn' thin bulea,  an' gro't big
di'inon' rlnGS,
An* Uvo In a Ilvc-story houso liko bluo Muds;
An'we'rogoin'tohov pie—an' threo times a
duy—
An' pass croun' all klnes er sass to each
other,
An' cat between meals jost w'oucvor wo may-
Tq-mbrror, or nex' duy, or sometime oruthor I
■An' wo won't workornuff to got ap a sweat,
In tho good time that's comin', we'll just loll
nn' loan,
Stretch out in tho Bhndo with our lazy eyea
shot,
An' hov our big tator crop dug by machine.
An' wo won't do no things tliot wo don't want
to do,
An'only lost do tho tiling*) thcl wo drtithoi
An' tlio work tlict we'll do will bo t'lrnully
few—
To lnorror, or nex' tiny, or somollino orulhcr!
—S. W. Fobs, In YaulWO Illiulo.
MISS INJIAN'S  GUESTS.
They  Woro Very Dlatiueutehed
People, for a Time.
"How dreadfully awkward for Aunt
Deolma to como just nowl-'snid Mias Uolon
Intiinn, na sho mit boforo lhe p-luss, brushing
ohbJior beautiful bluo-bluel: tresses with
clow, leisurely strokes, "whon Uio Sydenham "tVielcfor-lB aro hero, and mamma Is
fitr-unins** overy ncryo to mako a good impression on them."
"But Aunt Deolma waa grandinamma'B
Blstor- and Lho Sydonttam Wick fords arc no
relations at all," protested Lizzie.
"But thoy aro such charming poople,
said Helen.
"AU tho same," declared Lizzie, "I don't
soo why mamma's aunt should bo tucked
away iu tho garret bed-room, and tliat fat
Mrs. Sydenham Wioliford und lierblowsy
daughter and tho English maid put into tho
bost rooms,"
"That is oil you know about tho requirements of socioty," said Helen, somewhat
disdainfully. "Aunt Dcclma will do vory
well, I ilni'o say. If she don't liko it bIic
can ko back to hor huckleberry swamps.*"
HolUu was a brilliant brunette, with
lovely liquid oyes, a complexion like balsam
biooms and a Cupid's bow of n mouth.
Lizzie was an overgrown school-girl of sixteen, who was being kopt resolutely in the
buckgromuUi ntiUior older sister's marriage
should opon to hor tho gatca of socioty.
Mrs. Itimiui wim ono of those hard-working ladies who aro forever trying to reach
ouo rung higher of tiio social ladder. Helen
was unquestionably a beauty} and ahe intended that Helen's good looks should fetch
lho full market price. For the iurtberlng
itt this schemo Miss lutuun had been taken
to Europe, to receivo tho seal sot by foreign
travel. And, on tho return voyago, thoy
hud been fortunate enough to meet the
Sydenham Wiokforda, coming ovor to view
tho untried wild* of America,
Mrs. Sydenham wns tho niece—or nt least
slio Baid sho was—of Lord Corkiudnlo, and
niece of the Baron Bvdttlebet'g, Her daughter was going to writo a book about tho do-
funet Indian tribes. Her husband—a little
man, Willi pale hair and oye-gl asses—was
the bearer ol' dispatches to tho British Minister.
To nil this Mrs. Iniuan listened with
rapture—and sho considered horself highly
honored wlion lho Sydenham Wiokfords
conscutod to accept her hospitality, instead
of going, as had beon thoir original plan, to
a hotel.
But all this Involved no Uttle ospenso.
Mrs. Inmnn, although refined, was not rich.
The hiring of additional servants, thore-
Jumioliingof n good part of tho house, the
ordering iu of dainties from tho nearest
restaurant,, nearly woro out her Blonder
means.
"But thoy nro such charming acquaint*
ancc3," said Mrs. Inmnn. "They can't stay
ui**''long, becauso Florlnda wishes to visit
Dakoi a and Nebraska beforo tho fall sets in
to gather material for hor hook. And what
un advantage it will bo for Hclontoknow
them in soeiety tins whiter."
'•Society I" repeated Lizzie, leaning hor
plump elbows on her mother's dressing-table. "It seems to mc, mamma, that socioty
is always demanding sucrilices from us, nail
never giving any tiling hack."
"You aro only a child," said Mrs. Ininan.
"But to think that Aunt Doolmtt should
drop in upon us now, of all times in the
world I"
Aunt Decitua was a delicate, timid, little
old lady, who wore softly-rustling black
silks, a string of gold bends around hor
neck, and caps thnt Mrs. Inman secretly
pronounced to bo just tho stylo that Mrs.
Methuselah might liavo worn.
"lam afraid," said she, timidly, "thatl
havo arrived at an Inopportune soason."
Mrs. Ininaiumd Helen woro both silent.
. Lizzie, whoso tendency it always was to take
the weaker side, put hor arm tenderly
around tho littlo old lady's waist, and gave
her a hug.
"Ml talto you about wherever you want
to go, Aunt Doctmn," Bald sho. "I'm as
good ns nny guide-book, and I delight lu
shopping."
Aunt Dcclma smiled gratefully on hor
littlo grand-niece) and so it happened that
slio ami Lizzie formed a littlo clique of their
own, while Mrs. Iniuan and Helen dovotcd
themselves to the Sydenham Wiokfords.
"Your housekeeper, l presume—a most
rcspeoablo-Iookhigold person," said Mrs.
Sydenham Wickford, nodding towards
Aunt Deeima; "hut a littlo deaf, I should
ftr.citcii. I awaked her to seo that tho maids
brought hot water to iny room every morning, and slio really—ah—acted aa if sho
didn't hoar mo."
Mrs. Inman turned red.
,"Wo Amoricun ladies aro our own housekeepers," said Bhe. "Mrs. Evorard Is my
nunt. Aunt Dossio, lot mo present you to
Mrs. Sydenham Wlokford."
"Delighted, I am suro," said Mrs. Sydenham, wlm, being very stout, nnd very tightly laced up In n flame-colored satin dress,
wna unablo to courtesy in reply to Aunt
Decimals bow. "And this tall gurl—didl
understand that sho is your step-daughter I"  -
"No," smiled Mrs. Inman; "she Is my
own child."
"Not a particle liko our chawmlng Helen
hore," onld Mrs. Sydenham Wickford.
"All, will you pleaso ring, my sweot Holeu,
to seo what dolnins Flnrhidal Tho dear
--biuiisapt to fall into fits of abstraction
over hor literary' labors, and I nm quito
■I'O'fi.'.r -iff fov my dinnor I"
After that Aunt Dcclma and Lizzie kopt
but of iliodrawliig-roora,
"We don't liko to be patronized, do we!"
"■aliiLizzie,-withit laugh. "But it makes
mo angry to boo mamma and Helen wait
upo.i lliosfl vulgar English people. Dear
Aiml Doclino, let us go back to tlio old farm
i '■ ;■ 1iiiv;omc. Tain sure I should liko
tho country. Mamma and Helen don't need
mo, nnd I am sure thoy wouldn't miss mo.
"lam oxpoctlng a friend on tho noxt
steamer," gently spoko Mrs. Evorard. "As
soon us sho arrivOB wo will all go back
homo."
"I hopo it will bo soon," said Lizzie,
"for I am sure you must bo awfully uiicum-
fortabloin that hot attic chamber, where
tho roof touches your head and tlioro isn't
a sign of n carpet on tho floor."
Aunt Dcemm had nover boforo seen her
New York relations, but, with olden timo
notions of hospitality, sho Imd taken It for
gruntod that a warm welcome would bo extended to hor, And sho was mora thnu a
littlo surprised that Mrs, Sydenham Wiok-
ford's miiid hud boon assigned ft far moro
comfortable room than horsolf,
"I'erhnps," sho told horsolf, "I am a littlo
behind lho timos. Perhaps I nm expecting
loo much."
"I'iicso country relations aro famous for
always coming at tlm wrong lime," said
Mrs. Inman, with a sigh. "I think, howovor, I shall boou succeed iu fnntng Awt
Dcclma o«t.'» , f
tercd, i
Mr, t-t
hail bee
Orcas, ca
rather bu
1 wi
Mamma ia giving a reception to tho Sydenham Wiokfords to-night," said Lizzio,
one ovening. "Ever so many nlco people
ire invited. You should seo bow beautiful
the parlors—drawls-room*?, Mrs. Sydenham
Wi'.'id'ord calls thom—aro decorated with
(lowers. And Mra Sydenham Wickford
iieiself hasgofc on a red velvet gown that
nukes her look as if sho were ou fire.
Flerindft is being dressed by tho maid now
in whito. White, liko a girl, and sho thirty
nt least I What are you going to wear,
Aunt Desoto!"
Mrs. Evorard colored.
"I havo only my black silk," said she.
"Ami, besides, I have not boon invited to
comedown stairs,"
"Oh, put on tho black silk, thenl" cried
Lizzie, "Of courso mamma expects you.
I only wish I was 'out'; but I shall peep in
through the library door and Bee it all.
There's a cluster of palms thoro that will
bide a half-open door to perfection. Hurry,
AuntDessIe, and I'll do your gray hair up
in thoso lovely puffs I learned yestorday
looking in at tho hair-dresser's window."
The rooms wero all bright with floworB
and lights, but none of the guests had yot
arrived when Aunt Deeima camo down-
stain!, looking ns neat and sweet as a fairy
god-iti nth or. Mrs. Inman was flushed and
tired otil, in her licliotropo satin. Helen was
lovely-pink tullo and apple blossoms.
Mrs, Sydenham Wickford's ruby velvet
seomnd to diffuse a positive atmosphere of
Jioat around her, and Miss Florin da's red
faco and small bluo ej'cs wero emphasized
by her while gown. Mr. Sydenham Wickford 'a evening dress and pumps hnd struck
mi ui.i itudu near a standard lump, which ho
seemed resolved to retain. At that moment tho footman (hired for the occasion)
flung opon tlio door.
io Countess of Alchostor I" Lo ut-
ntculorlan accents,
ibnhnm Wickford jumped na If ho
•■hut.   Mrs. Sydenham Wickford
sicffeetual grasp at her smolliug-
1);-.-. Florimill's lower jaw fell, as a
soine old lady, in a gray traveling
.no into tho room, looking with
rpriBod oyes around her.
Lold—" sho began.   "Goodness
mo! Wlokford I ia that you! What on earth
brings you horo!" {to Mr. Sydenham Wickford, who kept bowing, in a series of jerks,
liko an automatic toy).
Beforo she could utter another word,
howover, sho was clasped in Aunt Decima's
arms.
Tho friend I was oxpoctlng, Mary,"
snid Aunt Deeima to hor niece. "Sho hus
arrived sooner than I had hoped. Ludy Al*
theater, this Is mynicco,Mrs. Inmun—and
Miss Inman, hor daughter!"
Mrs. Inman and Helen—tuft-hunters,
both of thom, by nature and education-
bowed low, as if iu the presence of majesty.
"And this," said Lady Alchostor, whoso
eagle .oyo took In the* situation at once, as
sho Erlaiicod toward tho English guests,
"is m,v late butlor, Wickford, and his wife,
who wus formerly lady's maid to old Mrs.
Orion Hunt, and inherited quito a sum
through that lady's will! Excuso me, dear
Deeima, but how on earth camo thoy lurefo
Novor did a toy balloon collapse with
greater suddenness than did tho Sydenham
Wiokfords. Tlio ex-butler kept on bowing
until he reached tho threshold* tho former
tiring-woman of old Mrs. Orion Hunt muttered something about "her old enemy tho
neuralgia," and got out of tho room as fast
as the train of tho ruby velvet dress would
permit; and Miss Florinda was not long behind her. Ofall-tho group, Aunt Deeima
and Uio Couutcss of Alchostor alone woro
at their ease, whilo Lizzie, behind tho
screen of palms and rubber trees, was
heartily enjoying tho scono.
Nothing moro was hoard about Lord Cor*
kihduio and Baron Brattleberg. The English guests left early tho noxt morning,
probably for tho far West, certainly with
the intent of putting ns many miles as
possible botwoou themselves and Lady
Alchostor. And Mrs. Evorard took her
friend and Lizzio Inman homo to Evorard
C'len as soon as Mrs. Inman would allow
them to departs*
"But," cried Helon, wringing hor hands,
"why did not Aunt Deeima tell us sho
was rich and know peoplo! Lizzio is
the prime favorite now. I'vo no chanco at
all."
Tho worst of it all, though,"' said Mi*b.
Inman, sadly, "Is that wo havo been so
dreadfully deceived by those horrid Sydenham WlckfOL'dBl WhutwtHpeoplo sayi"—
Amy Randolph- in N. Y. Ledger.
ROMANCE  AND BLANKETS.
Door Mv. jj, Mndo a i'loiiwiitt Itemmk nml
iiu Mount It,
Even a dry-goods storo may bo selected
hy futo as apiaco for a romance, as the following story from tho  Brooklyn Eagle
proves; In ouo of the bigup-lowndry-goods
-'ores a spinster saleslady of twenty-live
Mrs was sighing her lonely lifo away hi
lho ladies' and children's department on
lio third floor, while a widower sules-gcn
tlcmim, aged forty, was becoming grayaud
bald with the caro of threo children among
tho blankets down in the basement,  Was
Itlh.osiibllo but strong power of affinity
or was it only family nocossitloa tliat drew
thoso lonely hearts together!  Who can
tell I Neither will ovor forget that day, that
hour, threo weeks ago, whon they first
gazed into oach other's eyes,  He had come
up-stairs to hor counter.
"What can I show you!"
"Children's stockings, please,"
"What numbers?" ■
"Four, flvo and a half and seven, Two
pairs euch, please."
"Walk this way. Now, how do you like
thesoI"
"I always get that kind."
"But this kind wears much bettor. Lovely day, isn't It! Quite a family, oh! .Yours!
Why doesn't your wifo do tho buying! Oh!
Cash I No, I won't forgot tho discount.
What depnrtment aro you in! Blankets
might to ho soft, Oh, yos; I love children.
What name, please!"
"You're a girl after my own heart," said
tho widower, as he walked away with tho
stockings.
"A girl arter my own heart." Thoso
words rang in tho lonoly saleslady's bars.
Liko tho parson who kissed the fiddler's
wifo, "she couldnn slcop for thinkiu' o't."
Tlio next day sho sent a boy with a noto to
iho blanket department in the basement,
Tho noto said:
DP.Ait Mu. IJ,: Pleaso tell rae what you monnt
by saying I wna aglrl attoryourown heart. I
huvo n particular reason for ashing,
Lilub M,
Mr. B. wrote back saying ho moant nothing.   Next Miss M. visited the blanket department.  Hhc wanted a "comforter." Of
courso Ml*. B. wqltod on hor.
"Whore shall I send this, Misa M.! Yes!
Is that your correct address!"
"You can easily find out If you call."
"Maylcnlli"
"Certainly.  What did you mean by what
you snld up In my dopartment!"
"Nothing."
"You must have moant Bomothing."
"Woll, maybo I did."
"I think you aro just terrible. Such short
acquaintances,too."
The flrst visit settled it. Cupid bagged
thom both. Thoy combined their rospec-
tlvo gentility and woro mado ono last Sunday, Tho widower's hair hua becomo a
rich, gloasy brown again, and his two*
dollar-nnd-a-half smilo is tho most bewitching to bo found anywhere in his lino ol business. Ad to tho "girl after my own honrt,"
the snored curtainB of homo now conceal
hor, but tho sound of hor chirping can be
hoard for half a mile.
An Indisputable Epitaph.
Thoro is a historic plantation, tho prop,
orty of Dr. C. S. Oliver, situated on Broad
rivor about nino miles southwest of Elber-
ton, Ga. Among other objects of intorest
on it are several graveyards, some of tho
tombs dating as fur back as 1704. On one
grnve-slotio is engraved upcculinr epitaph,
which rends us follows:
" Bf-IZAIIETH 1IAWBS.
DIod nt tho ago uf 40 Yours.
Doath's mystlo wand ni ono can tell,
Hor soul la othor In Hunvcii or hell,"
Yet to lio In von toil.
There nro 2W.000 models in tho Unltod
Stales Patont-Offloo.   illustrating   almost
eryoonculvubloplinsoof human ingenuity, but tbo model husband yot remains to be I
Invented.
It Makes
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feel like a new
mnn, it improves
the appetite nnd
facilitates   dlgcs*
tlOIl." J. T. COPE-
LAND, Primus, 8.0,
Spring medicine means more now-n-days than It
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the nerves all fagged out. Tho nerves must he
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around. I bought a bottlo of Palne's Celery Compound, aud before I had token It a week I felt
very much better. I cun cliecfully recommend
It to all who need a building upand strengthen*
In*-* modlolao." Mrs. D.A,Dow, nnrllngt-m, Vt,
Paine's
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WWXS.RICBABDSOH&CO.,    .   MOSTBJUI,.
OUMOMD BYES S&ZnS.'SZ,
UCTATED FmttagSSSSk
SSTCfSXOEL
DUIUNG MY ABSENCE FROM THE
cliy Mr. Newton A. While will have
ehni-j'oof my business,aud bus authority
locnllcet nnd dlsobnrgo all accounts In
coiiiieclfon therewith, de,
a It. WEBB.
Now Wof.tiali.itcr, Juno 6,msfi.    djetima
W. C. LOYE,
iionaHo Soot md h_ Mer,
Ltrtmlrhig Kcatly  lionet,   Cork Sole
Woi-li H Specialty.
•KO'OrderH promptly attended to.
Clark-ion St., liirelirof Colonial Hole!, nest to Hand [Ims.- olHi-i-.   dUCltfl
"S'>^a2:-KX02^-^-3£53^**ES
DRESS MAKING
At MISS Ji-MINUS',
(LATE OF ENGIiAND)
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
B»*Ktitlijf»<.tlou guaranteed,    dwfe7to
Dpess-MakingI
Misses MoDOUQALL
COLUMBIA    STKKKT,
New Westminster, B. C.
eir Hiitl--f,in;ii,t, giiarmitHed.      <lnr>!H!'i
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH  M.L&
Dollvered I'nllj Id Canjbrnetn In'Kll*pfiraR
Hotel:-ami Itciliuirniils s
elal Itntos by th
•lied III H|K>.
FRESH EGGS
Ilellvei'od nt. Murliet Rules.
Orders left  at 1.1.  BiKCLAin's will be
promptly attended to.
1VBAVER A WOODWARD,
djei.iyl Proprietor*
Kindergarten School.
MISS DRUMMOND WILL OPEN TIIE
nbovo for ehUdren from ;i yenrs of
agc,June J0tli,188D.
Tjjbms—33 per month.
Carnarvon Street,  directly opposite tho
"     Now Wostmin-
I'resbylerlan   cinircl:
Bter, B. 0.
djDSml
VANCOUVER CITY
FoundryiMachineWorks
THE PROPRIETORS OF THESE
works havo much plon-mre In notify-
ln*-*ttieir friends and tlie publle Hint they
are now prepared to receive and promptly
osccuto uny orders for work In llielr line
with whleli they mny ho favored,
A. McKELVIE,
Mcuhnuicnl Mannger,
Vancouver, B.C., 8th May, ISSS.
  dwmyiato
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
CARTXI-R'S
It
IReboveo -boh S«/wen to ViotohiaI
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,
limhSOmd VI0T0EIA, D. 0.
THE WESTMINSTER
JOHN 8, COX, Prop.
Light Urnlimns,
Pai'li'iilgfl Cclililns,
Plyinonlh Hoc lta,
While face Ul'k .Srm-ilsh
White Crested, Black   ni.il Golucu
Polaflrts,
lliMKlHUS,      SUvo-lclloULrt    Ham.
bur-*.,
lllai'k, Red and Pill Clones.
Toulouse Occsc.     Rouen Dnoks,
VIOTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 1S5S.
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment to Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, thn Dominion Government, fto.
Medal and Diploma awarded at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition, London, 1888.
FACTORY—Nini-iirn St,, .Inm*-s Bay.
0FFICK8—37 Foil St., Viclorln, It. C.
OapSims
THE TH0R0U0H.-I1RE0 STOKE-POGIS
JERSEY HULL,
"Governor i^oody"
WlU'dund for service this m-iison at Pel-
hum l'uiry. '**<-w Wi-stm I lister, whero Ibe
beautiful -jet of this superb animal'oaii bu
neen and Inspected.
A. few calves for sale.  Terms reasonable.
T, CUNNINGHAM,
RALPH Booth, Proprietor.
Manager. dmy'2;!tc
Corbett & Kennedy,
MAMOFAOTDIUUtS  OK
TIN, COPPER &8HEET-IB0N
*W-iV3*t Bl.
WEBSTER'S I.-.-'lk (UP-STAIRS),
Front Stiieet,       Nicw Westminster.
HAVING JUST OPENED IN THE
above line, wo respectfully so licit a
share of this trade, and trust by careful
altciil lou to order*) und moiteralo charges
to merit- tho same. Experienced workmen; satisfaction guarauleed.
EsuinutesfurnlsliodforGulvanlBoilTron
Cornice. Hoofln-,*, Plumbing', Qns-flUIng,
Utcaiu and HotWater Heating,*e.
BWEutmncc to prmniscs on Mury Rl.,
ln rear of Bank of B. C. dwmhOtc
Ti) SIOEEIS.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
;CIGAlt, ASK FOR THB
Temple of Music I
Is the Plnco lo Buy First-Class
PIANOS «- ORGANS
Al Mtch Prices and Terms an will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
Fpr prices nnd terms, npply to CARTER'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC.
Vancouver, II. ('.
ilO Hastliigs St, West. dapltlte
Oanadian Paoiflc Railway Oo
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
jy a duly ccrlllkd plan, proBIo uud
book of reference of the Mfsaltpi Branch
of thi-) Railway were deposited In tlio
Land Registry Oflice of lhe District at
New Westminster on tbeWtlidaybf June,
1880, If. ABBOTT,
General Siiperlntendeiit.
Viuicouvcr, B. C, 27th Juno, 18S0, dje20m
•fcTOTlQ-Ei.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
I Intend making ap Mention tothe
Honourable tiio Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works fur permission 16 lease
the following described tract of land:
Commencing ut n stake situated soul h
of ii lake lying east of Deep Bay, Devolution Sound; running ihcnuu :w chains
south, tbence (to chains cast, llience tto
ohalns north,thenee20chains cast, tbence
-10 chains north, thenee !!0 chains west,
thenco 10 chains north, thenco io uhnlns
west, tbence GO chnlns south, thenco -10
chains west, thence to pointof commencement. HENRY V. KD.MUNDS.
SJthJuno, 1880. djeaiml
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
W. R. AUSTIN'S
SAANICH_ SILLS!
BRACKMAN & KER,
MAKUFAC'TUItEIIS  01'
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
^ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
IIUL. Ill *ii,*U, Siuitili'l,,
OFFICE * WAREHOUSE: Viclorln,
I
<in(J
330.333 COMIOVA ST1IECT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers aud Dealers Iu
MACHINERY
FARM  PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, fir-wood. Bark,
LEAVE ORDERS  AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
-UttygflEo
J.W. WINGER
DEALER IN
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notico nnd al Reasou-
able Terms.
SAN JUAN LiME
Always In Stoek.
Orders left at the C. P. N. Whnrf will be
promptly delivered. dmli20tc
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses fc Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
IW 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 sec the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
i"lo SI  ColTia-a-bla Street.
WM. H. VIANEN,
OK ALL DE3CRITI0NS.
MARINE
WORK A SPECIALTY.
dwdeaotc.
BRITISH
HENRY LEE
o.,,,.MAIh
ttarfhey are not only  made of  the
CllOiCtiSt l'olMtCGO but they arc of
Home itllnm'Ttu'liirc, and should bo
p&trinii-.ed by all good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HULUROOK HI'H-I'INO,
COLUMBIA STREET,        KEW WESTMINSTER,
dwUnoly
Thia Fine Townsite, at the Frosh-Water
Junction of the
Southern Rail w'y
13 Miles Above W-.-NlmP--.f--r,
Has just been Surveyed, ami tho Lots
nro for sale by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Of Nkw Wkstmiksteii, B, C.
The advantages ami prospects of this
Plot for a future thriving Town arc
many,
Tho Land in the vicinity is good.
There aro inexhaustible IRON OUE
DEPOSITS) of a superior quality, immediately adjacent, as well as vast strata of
tho finest BUILDINO SAND and l'OT-
TEUY CLAY.
On the Townsito are a number of valuable MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication by bind and water is
unequalled, by reason of the location of
.the Townsito on' tho Fraser River ami
the Southern Railway, whilo tho nntiirnl
elevation nnd lay of the- land can not bo
excelled as a situation for u lino town.
The ground is open and clear of heavy
timber.
Thu site has been selected as one of
the most important stntio s on the
Southern Railway, and with the completion of tbe road, in thy near future,
must, with all its other advantages,
spring into prominence at once.
Those who apply early will havo the
pick ot tbo Lots.
A clear title given with every purchase.
Parties wishing Lota can apply as woll,
on tho premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
dmyfltc PnoFMBTOIi.
Family yrowies
And PBOYISXGNS.
 ALSO	
H WELL-SEIEOTED STOCK OF
ANO FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE   LOWEST  PRICES.
LUNDBOHM'S BLOCK,
i'ohuiiltln Street,        *>c-T Hcstmllislcr.
noldwly
Notice to Contractors,
QKAI.EIl   TENDERS   WILI-
O ceived 	
HE*
....... by the Hon. Oblef Commissioner of Lands and Works up to noon of
Wednesday, loth.inly,for additions nnd
alterations io tlio Provlnolal Insane Asylum,nt Kew Wesl in luster.
Encli tctiiler must be uccompanlod hy
nu nccopleil bank ehei|iie for a sum eijnal
to five percent, of the amount of the ion*
der.' made payable lo the lion, Ghlef Coni-
mtsMoner of Lands and Works, in tho
event of a contract, being lot tho cheque
will he retained as nail securlly for the
diK-pi'iformiinccof I ho work. The cheque
will he relumed lo iinsiieoeMsfui comnc-
lllors.lmt will be forfeited bynny bidder
who may decline to oxcctllo a contract If
called iijioii to do so,
pliuiH nnd spoi-lili-iii Ions enn be seen and
forms for lender obtained at the otllce of
Geo. W. Grant, Esf|.,ArehIte(t, New West-
mlnsler, or nt (ho olllco of the under-
sinned,
Tho lowest or nny tender not necessarily
accented.
w. ft. aonrc,
Stu'voyoi -General.
Lands pud Works Dopnrtinoiu,
Victoria, H t!., IDth ,1 line, ISKfl.
lv.'ji'd:tw
Canadian Pacific Railway.
PACIFIC DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MASTERS OF VES-
solsnnd other Craft navigating the
l-'raser River arc cautioned to keep within
tho lluoys painted Red and White, respectively, at lho Mission Bridge, iik during (lie construction of the Bridge, uavl-
.gallon between the banks of the River
and Uio Buoys Is dangerous, owing lo idles
being driven there.
IT. ABBOTT,
, General Superintendent.
Vancouver, B. 0., 7th Mny, I88!>.  dmySto
utotio-ei.
NOTICE IS HKRMiY GIVEN THAT
;Hldaysiiflertliile we Intend making
nppllcntlon to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works lorn lease for timbering purposes of tho following described
lands, situated in Suyward Dlslrlct, Vancouver Islandt
Commencing nt a slake placed on the
west, shore of n smnll lake duo south of
Lot B i, Hay ward Dlslrlct, nbont one mile
from smith end of Mild hike; thenee west
Oeluilns, thenoe south -nuieliuliis, thenee
east fiM) ohalns, thenee norlh 7'10obalns,
thenoo west HLM chains, thenco south 21(1
ehalns, thenco enst till chains, mors or
less, to tho above-mentioned lake, thence
meandering nlong slioro of said lake to
pliioi- of commencement,—containing about 80,000 acres, more or less.
Royal City I'i.aninq Mim.s Co. Ld.
John Henjihy, Manager.
New Westminster, June 10,1880,
dlljelm
- T- __x _m -
Centra! Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sis.
STEWART -^ CASH, PROPRIETORS
J. J. WILSON, - MANAGER.
Kali's. $1.00nnd $1.50per Dny,
ACCOltDINO TO ROOM.
SPECIAL RATES BYTHE WEEK OR MONTH.
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
t_T Highest Prico paid for Furs and
Deer Hides.
OIuTc'lci'lioiiL'
(IJnSto
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot ov Douglas Stuekt, Near
Columbia Stiieet,
S. FERGUSON, I'KOI-KII'TOK
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT SIltEEI)
S3UIIES   XiT
GENERAL MiOHIliSE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Ory Woods, Groceries,  Boots & Slioes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, -Glassware, &e*
"fta:H 3W'S     -6b     BOTS'     SXTZ'X'S.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GIIAIN,  SEKDS,  POTATOES,  LIME and   GENE11AL STORES.
tt. B.—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission.  BA.Ordor8
from the Interior promptly attended to. dwJeSte
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAND & INTESTMEIT AGENCY. LtL
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
FBKSH    BREAD,   CAKES,   PASTBY,
Confectionery, etc., etc,
Ilotel mid Beslmirnnt trado sollclletl.
All order*  promptly attended to and
delivered lo any part of tho city.   dinhlWy
.tal Works
Con. Columbia and Church Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or Granite of l!est(|ii;iiit>.
CORNBR     POSTS     AND    CURBING.
N, B.~.lust recelvod-tlio finest nsBort-
mentor Si-ntt-h tirnnllti Miiiiiiiim'IiIn ever
seen n BrltlSli Columbln, wliich will bo
sold ut prlecs pi!tliii,!*conipelllloiiout(if
tll«<]U0Kll0ll.
awmliatyl ALEX. IIAMILTOH' Prop.
esr partlos
ICfe-OREAM.
mpplled wlih all ktn<ls of
dmyjml)
Mori British k Mercantile
•fire
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
capital,   -   $lu,ooo,(ioo.oo
Snljsorlbr-d Capital!, as at slst Dpc.,1888,
SI2,M0,l#. Kin' l-'nnd and Reserve, Sl»,-
•2ta,7'-0.   Net l'remlnm*, ISSS, srj.llHl.flafl.
OF  LONDON.
Capital.    •    $11,733,000,00
BATES   AS    LOW   AS   ANY  OTHEB
COMPANtEl IIOINI!  BUSINESS
IN BBITISlt COLUMBIA.
J. Ch. T^.QTTBS
Agent for  New Westminster City
and District.       • djc22to
Dominion Lands.
TV   VOU ARE PAYING   FOR YOUR
I   p'-e-emptionor for renl of Mlnln-rnr
fjrftr*"" ' '       '     '
TrH*sli'ii
or any
ment.
Linn!, or buying Farm, Mtblti's
ml from tlie Dominion Govern-
00 NOT PAY CASH
lut pay In (B(
large discount.
Scrip onn be o
Qiianiltles from
ALLOWAV & CHAMPION
"B-a.-N-IC-EE'S,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OK  FKOM
TDK BANK OF BUITIS1I COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER
<fwmb(lto
KSTVBLISIIKl) IS59.
ROBT DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
nmi-1) li|)|iti»ltc Ihu ('oliinliil Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
1'HE  LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment ol all description, ol
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam.
■lies, Restaurants- and Steamboats at the
LOWKBT POSSIBLE PRICES.
TIME    CARD.
o. p. "Kr. co.
Tbo Fine First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Leave tbo C. P. N. Co.'s Wharf,
EVHBT
Tuesday, Thursday* Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AND WAY PORTS.
Returning Evory
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufficient Inducement offiirs she
will proceed to HOPE and on'suoh
occasions will leave Iier wharf
at 4 a. in.
Connecting wltb IbeC. P. N. Co.'s Steamer
for Victoria.
.n'HN mviNa, Manager.
t. l. BRiaas, Aunt,
Now wostmlnster.        dapBto
HEAD OFFICE, - IS Serjeants Inn Fleet St. -LONDON, ENG.
Tho Business of ALLSOP k MASON has been merged in the above Company
and will be carried od by the Company from this date oa a general Land Investment
and Insurance Ageo :y.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low RatoB. Town Lots and Fanning
Lands for Sale on easy terms,
Viotoria a 0„ Mny 16th, 1887. dwje7te
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"CMtorUIsMweuKtoptedtocluldr-nH-atl CMtorls,enres OoII-, CbnsllpXIon,
1 recommend ttassuperiortoany prescription I Bout Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
known to me."     H. A. Asoura, JI. D.,      'I K1U°ioI?*> «im "'"8p• ™* *m™'0,** *
■UBo.Oi*-nIS*.,Bn»Uyn,N.T.   I Without°lnju-io*l8 -nedlo-ttm.
Tint CKKTA-m ColtpAHY, Tt Murray Street, N. Y.
Time Table!
■-__*?_&& THE STEAMER
•aMr-lOBEfiT DUNSMUIR
*T EAVER WESTM INS mil even- Mon-
|j anymornlng al 7 o'clock for Nnnnl-
mo, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
Loaves Westminstor every Wednesday
nt7n. m. for Nanaimo direct, onneetlng
wlih islnnd mllway nud Comox steamer.
Leaves Nntialnlo for Vnneonver on
Thursdays and Fridays and returns same
dnys,
leaves Nanaimo on Saturday nt 7 a.m.
for Westminster direct.
For freight or passage apply on board,
*   '" *   " " **. N.wuarf,     Uto
or to T. L, Bitiaas, O, P.
VIOTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOB SALE;
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR rOULTRY, Ac.
Rice Meal,
FOB CATTLE FEED.
dmbSGmO
TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE PE
ceived by tlio Honourable t .bief Commissioner of Lands nnd Works, up lo
noon of Wednesday, 101 li July next. from
persons experienced In well urilnng-wlifi
maybe desirous of undertaking conn-nets
from tlie government' for sink Ins one or
moro experimental Artesian Wells In
Yulo District, B. c, wiiii a vlow to determining t-tiQlr value for purposes of Irrigation.
Proposal** must stntn clearly nil condition-* and terms, slnle tbo kind of nppnra-
IllB proposed to bo lisud, nnd givo Iho
name of two responsible residents of llie
Province who are willing to enter Into a
bond to secure the faithful enrrylng out of
any contract whleh may ho entered inlo.
Buell Information as may ho In posse?
slon of the Lnnds ami Works Depaitmem'
will he furnished on application to parties
proposing to contract,
W. 3. GORE,
Rnrvi-yor-Gcnornl.
Lamlfi A Works Dppnrtmcj.il.,
Victoria, B.C.,IOIh.Tune, 1880,   djelTtd
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE SUUSCI11HERS ARE NOW TRE-
PARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Special Low Rates.
faying and All M of Teaming
Done at Shortest Notice.
Dry Cerdwnod delivered to any part of
tbo City.
•WStnbles nearly opposite C. P. It, Depot, Columbia St., NewWcBlminstcr.
djniite      QILLEY BROS. Vnove.
Feed, Livery i Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
PEOPBIBITOE.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
for Hire. Hacks call at all Steamers
and Trains. Spocinl attention given to
Board in j]- Horses,
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
thers A Milll-r.au,Commission Mcrchnnts,
Front Street, New West. dse21to
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 have applied to the Honourable
MlnMer of the Interior for a license to cut
timber on the following described Dominion lands In New Westminster District,
British Columbia, according to the Provincial Government survey:
South-east J*-£ Section 2.1, south-cast Ji
Seel lou 25, north hnlf and south-west Ji
Keel ion •:_, in Township iii, midsections
'Jf and EO, In Township 2ti.
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
New West., 7th March, 1880.        dje5ml
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
SAWMILL OWNERS, LOGGERS, and
others aro uotlllcd that   our steel
Tug-boat,
"TBFXO,"
Will bo rendy for work nbout the 141b Inst,,
nud we are prepared lo enter Into contracts ror nil kinds of towing, lightering, A i'.
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
dmyStc Vancouver, B. C.
Tenders for Loan.
rpENDKlW WILL BE  RECEIVED UP
MONDAY, Mill day of July, 1889, lit
. . lock n, ni., for lending to tho Corpor*
ntlonol the Municipality ot Chilllwhack
4 o'olock i
the sum of B.000.00, scouted on debentures
under ttie Municipality Loan By-lnwof
Stiil. Theso debentures nro for $200.00 onch
and carry seven per cent, per annum Interest, Tenders may ho for any portion of
the loan.
Tho highest or any tender not necessarily nccopted.
Tenders to bo addressed lo tho Clerk of
tbo Munlclpnl Council of Chilliwhaok.
Dated this 27th dny of June, A. D. 1889.
ft. CAWLEY,
dwje28ld Reovo.
To k Francisco, Cal,,
BY WAY OF THB
X.XXIXt.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QUICKERIN TIME THAN ANY OTHER
ROUTE BETWEEN
CBAHD SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC COAST
PULLMAN BUFFET 8LEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Second-Class Passengers, attached to Express Trains.
Fare from Portland to Sacramento and
Ban Franc1bco-Uiilimited, 125; First-
clnss (Limited), 920; Second-olnss (Limited), $15.
THROUGH TICKETS to nil points South
and East, via California,
TICKET OFFICES:
City Office, No. 131 Cor, Flist A Aidei
Streets;
Drct'OT Office, Cor. F A Front F-treetf,'
Portland, Oregon.
R. KOEH LKR,       E. P- ROGERS,    _
Manager.        .1-iitGi F. t F.X-gt i
§ailj> fritiah tEotatnbian
Thursday Br-enlBg, July 4. I8f».
ADVEHTISIKD HATES FOR THE DAILY.
Traiiulcnt Advertisements.—First Insertion, hints, per Hue solid nonpareil; oach
Bul'Sequent consecutive Insertion, Sotfl. per
line. Advort-lsements not Inserted every
dny—flrst Insertion, 10 cm. per line; subHO-
quont Insertions, 5 nts, per line,
Hl-Hidlng AdvertUemcam,—Professional or Busluess Cards—f2 per month. Speoial rates for general trade advertising,
aceording to space occupied and duration
of contract,
Aui'tlon Bales, when displayed, charged
'25 per cent, less tnan transient advts, If
sol nl, charged at romilar transient rules.
i-MM-riiil BioIife«- among rending matter,
ffli cts, per line each Insertion, Specials
tunei-iff-i by tbe month at reduced rates.
Births, Marriages and Deaths,?1 for each
Inioriton; Funeral Notices lu connection
with deaths, 6(1 cts, each tusertlou.
WEEKLY ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient Advertlseiucnls.—First Inner-
Mi.ii, 10cts. per line solid nonpareil; sub-
Bomieut insertlous, 7 ots. por line.
Sliiinllim Adverllni'iiienlH.-l'rotesslon-
fll or Business 0ards-$l.60 per month.
Special ratos for general irinie advertising.
Hpeclal Notlees, I'iriM, Marriages and
Deaths, same rales us Daily.
Pols niiisthonll metal,nml foriargecuts
nu extra nile will be charged,
dEV*Persons sending In advt.-itl:-eiii"ii!a
should he careful io slide whether lln-y
nra to appear in Ibe Dally Kdlilmi, orilie
Woekly.orhol.il. A liberal reduction Is
made when Inserleil in huih. Noadvor-
tlsoment inserted fur I•■".*. than SI.
Who do not receive .Heir paper roeillarly,
from the Carriers or Uimni-h the l'u*t,
Otllce, will confeni tavor by reporting the
BUino to tlio oilh'o of publication ut once.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS FHIS DAY.
Piano Tuning 3. K.  FlulayBOn
Tenders I. G. Jaquca
No polico court tu-day.
Hayhis* ia in full swiiis in ull parts
of tho district,
Strawberries and Cream, Ice-cream,
etc, at tho "Club." *
Tho atinosnliero is again boins oloud-
ed by smoko from bush lires.
All the fashionable iced beverages, at
the "Hub," noxt tho "Queen's."   *
To-day is tho 4th of July, tho anniversary of American ludepondoce.
Aid. Jaques ia calliti**, for tenders fur
tho improvement of Furto-que  street.
Work has been commenced on tho
-now Presbyterian manse at tho North
Arm.
Russell's Restaurant, opposite tho
Amoricnn Hotol, open day and
night. a0m3*
Dr. Buurinot, clerk of the houso cf
commons, wns married at Regina, N.
W. T., Monday.
To Building Soojoty members six
weeks in arrears: What's the matter
with tho fino notice ? *
The Btr. Rithet left for Victoria this
morning with 30 passe ny ers, Go tons of
freight nnd 43 head of cattle,
Tho atr. Irving left for Chilliwack
tins morning wiih 30 tons of freight
and n largo number of passengers.
At a mooting of tho W, 0. T. U.
held yesterday, tlie ladies decided to
BUBpcnd tlio usual meetings till -August 1st.
The townsito of Stove*, on Lulu Island, is attracting investors, and lots
aro selling much more freely than was
expected.
Seo our cheap lino of Ladies'4 buttoned Kid Gloves, black and colored—
only IiO cts. per-pair, Inr cash—nt Jus.
Ellard &Co's. He
The great Bookt-yc run ia not t-> hand
yot, though the usual signs of their
coming aro observable. All tlio bouts
nt work last niglit brought i:i a few
aockeyes.
Flags woro Hying at several mastheads lddoy an n compliment to our
American residents. Mr. Levi's hotel
was tho only building iu town decorated with Stars nnd Stripe?.
Thu street improvement*" are to bo
commenced immediately, and contracts
will bo let as rapidly as tho profiles
and specifications cm be prepared.
F'jrti'Bquo street will bo tlio first improved and tondera are naked for tho
work.
Messrs. McLennan & Lmvry liavo
signed the contract for clearing Queen's
park, and a satisfactory bond has been
given that thn wurk will bo properly
performed. The contractors will begin work without delay and rush it
through to a finish.
The streets and sidewalks regulation
by law passed its final reading at the
city council laat niglit, and is now law.
It will be published iu a fow days, and
Bhuuld be resd by nil who have occasion fcu make uho of the streets in finding thoir way about town.
A meeting uf tho board nf directors
of the Southern Railway was held tins
afternoon, at which woro present
Mcsaia. U. Rtieder, H. A, Fairchild,
0. Donavan, H. B. Williams and M.
Muir Pickon, of Whatcom. The
mooting was still in progress as we go
to press.
At the oouncil meeting lust night
Mr. E. A. WilmobU. K, was appointed eiiitineer-in-chief to prepare the
plans for tho distribution service etc.,
for the new eity water works. Mr.
A. E. Hill, C K., has been appointed
assistant chief engineer. The preliminary work will bo commenced without
delay.
Plans for tho proposed exhibition
buildings on Quceii'3 park havo been
received by Uio chairman of tho park
committeo from several architects^ Tlio
dato for rocoiving plans dues uot expire till Mniiday next, w hon a comparison will bo made and tlio plan
most suitable tu the funds at hand, and
the exhibition requirements, will be
Adopted   -w__-—______
A Hallway Mngimte.
Mr. Nolsuti Bennett, president of
the Fairhavon Southern Railway, and
Mr. Albeit White, a well known Tacoma real estate owner, arrived from
Tacoma this morning nud drovo over
to Vancouver this afternoon. They
will return to Westminster this evening, and it is said their visit is in connection with railroad matters. Mr.
Bennett ii widely known as a success'
fuj.,rail«*ay builder, nnd ho commands
groat influence in railroad circles.
- Su ml ny  School I'lcnle.
The Presbyterian Sunday schools ol
this oity und of Sapperton join in their
annual picnic to-morrow. Tho steamer Adelaide haa been chavtorotl for
the occasion, and will leave Sapperton
•t 8:30, proceeding, by about an hour's
run, to Mr. MuUlenry's ranchoon the
North Ami, whofe ample facilities for
a most enjoyable picnic will bo found.
Owing to the largo number of
•cjmlurs and taachers and tho-limited-
acoomraodatiim of the Bteamer, tho con-
doctors of the picnic regret that they
are -ufHtUo to extend a general invitation to the congregation to participate,
but parents and guardians ar* ex- octet] to accompany the excursion.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
Tbe Fleet lor West u* hut er.
Mayor Hefidry, by special invitation,
attended ii reception given by Admiral
lleuciij-o nn buard the flagship Swiftsure, yesterday afternoon, at Vancouver. A select party wai present and
a niost enjoyable iifteriioiin was spout.
Mayor Hendry invited Admiral Hon*
eago and the float to -visit Westminster during the time of the provincial
exhibition, and it is quite possible that
ono or two of tho warships will bo
present on Hint occasion. Should the
admiral finally decide on visiting lho
Royal Oity, he ami his gallant men
will meet with a reception as cordially
and Etna-re as thoy have met with anywhere oh tho Paciiic station. It ia to
bo hoped Mayor Hendry will he successful in his efforts to bring the licet
to the Frasor River.
i-nitRiry I'rnlrle Votes.
The gonial rains of last week woro
inuoh noeded and were welcomed by
lho farmers in lho neighborhood. The
ground in most plaocs was too dry for
grains to grow well, but they inro nuw
quito changed hi appearance,,
Two large bears, seen prowling
around In tliis neighborhood for some
tin*.o patt, became lho vlolima of Mr.
.hiliii Mutiny. I* is unusual fur bruin
lu escape it' ho is si on by Jno. Murray.
Tho post oilice, which bus been nt
Mrs, Buyco's fur aome time, was trans-
leirod to Murray's owner, lust Saturday. Tt in kept in llio new storo,
whioh wits opened iju Tuesday, the
2nd inst. Persons haying thoir mail
sunt In thia i (Uco will now ho able to
get it twice a week—nu Wednesday
nml Saturday, instead of unco, as heretofore,—Com.
[lose Reel Since*.
The promised hoso reel exhibition
raco came ofl' on Front street last
evening iu the presence of fully 1,000
people. Six Seattle men aud the
same number of Hyacks wero chosen
to ruu the race, and, after posting tho
timekeepers, the signal to start was
given unit off the team dashed at a
rattling pace. Tho 1500 feet wero
covered, connections made and the
3 properly finished in exactly 23
seconds, six seconds belter than the
best time mado by tho winning team
at Vancouver, on July 1st. Everybody admired the maimer in which
the race waa run, and tho splendid
time made was a 'surprise to tho majority of the spectators, Tho Seattle*
ites left fnr home this morning immensely pleased with their visit to tho
Royal City, and loud iu their praise of
tho Hyacks.
"Biasing rilitriitiV Hands."
A Lnngley correspondent signing
himsoli ••Sympathy," writtjstho fallowing for publication : "I inn just out
from a hospital in Westminster, Mid
remember, whilst there, how I lay tu3-
81 ng tn and fro, tiio weary to read, and
painfully counting tho hours ns thoy
slowly p-ibqikI away. Since arriving
home, I have* thought how good nml
kind it wuuld be if somo uf your
'sw.eet singers'' hi Westminster would
form tliotuselvou into email companies
of "singing pilgrims' hands" raid give
services ut song, low and sweet, to tho
winvy one's. It would be well to extend the s-ime to tho penitentiary, and
I feel sure that by such a means many
ii long oli'Sedi but tender chord wuuld
be touched., the mind would call up
better days, nnd with tearful sorrow
for tlio pas', would lead to new resolves
f.'i- time to come."
;.*ti*.!i'ii-> tiie Work.
W-irlton the North Ann bridges
cYon nut progress r-.i rapidly as was expected. It wus first announced that
Operations would begin on July lat,
but work did not start then. Mr. A.
C. Fraser, who is getting nut tho piles,
then said all would ho ready for a commencement on tho 5th inst., but ihu
next day a letter wbb received from
Mr. McMullen, of the Han Fiancisco
Bridge Co., deferring operations till
the 10th. A. couplo of days later Mr.
Fraser was notified to huvo the piles
on the ground not Inter than the 15th
inst., for nu that dato a regulnr rush at
the contract would bo mado. Yesterday another letter wna received from
Mr. McMulleti ordering everything to
be in readiness by the 20th inst. No
letter hiss been received today further
deferring the work, but it looks aa if
theae pustpnnonicut'1 will be kept up
till Christmas.
Interior Mine*.
J. Tallyard arrived down from Ruck
Creek and Okauigoti mines on Tuesday evening, having ndden to Sica-
mous, At Rook Oreek Capt. Douglas
is Btill at work on his mine. The shaft
is at a depth >if 100 fcut, and u level
has beon run in a hundred feet, tho
vein showing four fcut of ure. It ie
the captain's intention to sink down
another hundred feet, and if the oro
Btill shows good machinery will be
placed in lo crush and oonoontrato
Work on other claims is not being proceeded with, Tho Laura Hydraulic
Co, have their sawmill iu operation,
and nro turning out 7,000 foet of lumber daily. One thousand feet of working llutno hto bueu laid, nud about 900
fat-t of iho supply flume, while the
lumber is sawed furtho greater portion
of it.
Mclntyre's quartz mine is to be improved by tho addition of a roller
quarts* null of about five-stamp oapa-
city, Thia class of mills aro said to do
very good work.
 ,—m ■■—.—
Firemen's Tournament.
It is now proposed to hold a grand
tournament during exhibition week,
of Bremen's races, huso coupling and
all other contests in whicli only firemen will participate. Tho members
of the Hyack Fire Company aro the
originators of thu idea, and it is an excellent ono. Should tho tournament
bo arranged, und tho prizes be of sufficient value, it is expected that teams
from Spokano Falls, Walla Walla, Tacoma, Seattlo, Olympta, Victoria and
Vancouver will attend. Tho Hyacks
should now go to work in downright
earnest and bring tho tournament into
being. It can bo dono, and tho poople of Wostminstor will subscribe
liberally towards the event, especially
as it will ho tho menus of bringing
about tho greatest withering of firo
companies over held nn tho Pacific
const. No time should bo lost in com*
jueuchig prelimiuary ■arrAUgoHieiit'v.
and tho subscription list should hn
circulated and the city thoroughly
canvassed beforo Iho end of next
week.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Colombian office, Prices will be
found as low as at any other office In
the provlnoe,—Adv,
mitt mmm ixwum&e am wwim a a, -tiitY <*, im
SWWWBHMBg—S ■! Ill '■ I I    I   ■ L_.m_—___9W——
Alin-kiin Notes.
Tho schooner Czar, Capt, SoHmalu,
from Sauak, and Pirate Cove, Alaska,
with codfish aud furs fur tho McOollaii
Fishing and Packing Company, San
Francisco, reports a very hiukword
spring iu llio western partof Alaska.
News frum the canneries at Ohignik
Bay, Ozornoy and farther to Lho westward is to tho effect that ailinon aro
nearly a month later than hist year.
The steamer Polar Boar at Pirate Cove,
May 20th, reported no salmon having
yet como into Ghignik. Tho schooner
Helen Blum is reported at Snnttk with
Guventy-iivc sea-otter skins ini Juno
1st. The sohooner Vanderbilt. which
was wrecked at Sanuk last fall, has
been floated and repaired, and is probably on hor way down by this time.
The schooner Dashing Wavu waa to
have left Sand Point with, a cargo of
codfish, The schooner Arugo was reported at Sand Point on Juno 10th.
The little schooner Islnnd Belle, previously reported ashoro at Dura liar-
bur, will probably be Heated nnd repaired. The United States revenue
cutter Richard Rush arrived on Juno
12lh at Pirato Cove, with all on board
welli
h'orfli Ariii NoIch.
On Friday, tho 28th ult., a very
Buccesaful nnd pleasant time wa-s spent
by the scholar?, parents and friends of
the Lulu school. It, wna thu occasion
of tho midsummer examination, and
was ably conducted by our energetic
teacher, Mr. W. T. Kinney, who hfls
now held the position for a yeny, and
during that time has proved himself
tho right man in tho right place.
There has been a,u averago attendance
of about 15 ov 20 pupils must of tho
term, and tho progress made in tho
different studies has been highly satisfactory to tho parents and trustees, A
pupil of tho school, Miss Ada K Sweet,
hiia passed successfully the entrance
examination to tho high school, taking
very high murks. A class of 4 has
been in preparation for teachers' certificates, and bid fair to bo successful nt
the coining examinations in Victoria.
Iu the junior classes thu pupils hnvo
made exceptional progress us well, nnd
the whole school ia iu n thorough stato
of efficiency, After tho usual routine
of classes, tlio tables wero spread and
a sumptuous lunch was served by tho
ladies who ware in attendance. Aftor
full justice hud been dune to the excellent viands, the next order of lho
day wna recitations and singing by tho
pupils of the school, afior which
speeches were mndo by Mr, J, W. Sex-
smith, ex-trustee, Mr. B. W. Garrett,
trustee, Mr, J. Tuttle, und Rov. S. J.
Thompson, nnd O. D. Sweet, J, P.,
nnd ex-teachor of tho school, all of
whom congratulated the teaoher on tho
excellent results of the day. Another
special feature was the pi-lues given by
the toaoiier and trustees, The piizo
for highest proficiency iu all branches
was won by Miss Ada Sweet. The
special pt'ino awarded by Rev. S. J."
Thompson for highest marks in English and Canadian history was won by
James Sexsunth. The other prizes
were awarded in tho order of merit,
overy scholar in the school getting n
prize, and e nsequently all were su*
promoly happy, A hearty testimonial
was left oil record by thu visitors present expressing entire confidence in
Mr. Kinney and congratulation that
the trustees have secured his services
for tho coming term.—Con.
Arrival uf (lie Iiii<*<-<i*,r if/..
The str, Boscowits* arrived from tho
Skocua river and way ports yesterday
afterntion. The run of Balmon 13 yet
light, the cockeyes not having put in
and appearance. Four hundred cases
arrived from the B. A. P. Co., Skeena,
consigned to J. Bngelhtirdt, A number of whito fishermen returned from
the norlh, Indiana being so plentiful
that there wns no work fur them. A
large number of Indians nlsu arrived
down to fish iu tho Fraser. A baby
bear wns a deck passenger and wns purchased hy Georgo Vienna.—Colonist,
July 8,
 ♦—-»—»,
Nor'li Field .'line
The work of sinking tho Bhaft at the
North Field mine, of tho New Vancouver Coal Co., is progressing . moat
satisfactorily under tho personal supervision of Mr. Robert Scott, tho contractor. The shaft is now down over
800 feet, with about anothor 100 feot
to reach tho main seam of coal. With
ordinary luck Mr. Sobtt expects to
reach the coal in August month. In
the meantime, Mr. Samuel M. Rubins,
superintendent uf tho company, is perfecting arrangements fur the rapid"
construction of the line of railway to
Departure Buy and the loading
wharves at Hitrewood Point, opposito
the old Newcastle mino. As tho tnn-
jority of our renders arc aware this
shaft is shunted about four miles from
this city nnd near tho Wellington road
nnd E. it N. Railway track, with tho
prospective Nanaimo powder factory
in tho near vicinity.—-Free Press,
PERSONAL.
Mrs. John Hendry is visiting frionds
iu Victoria.
Mis* Stephens, of Victoria, is a
guest of the Holbrook house.
Wm. JohiiBtnn returned this nfternoon from a trip tu Nanaimo,
Miss Hamilton, who hns been tho
guoat of Misa Higginson for more than
a year, left to-day for her homo in
Boston, Mnss.
Miss Warner, of Halifax, N. S., is
in ihe city, and visiting hor aunt, Mrs.
John McKenzie. Sho will remain
about a month.
Bishop nnd Mrs. Cridgo, who have
been tho guests of Mrs. Chas. Warwick for the past week, left by thia
morning's train for Vancouver, en route
for Victoria
Waller Bhickiu, an old and woll
known resident of Westminster, now a
resident of Oakland, California, is in
the city and a nnoBt at the Holbrook
house. Mr. Blackie is visiting his
mnny eld timo friend!-, and he is greatly
pleased with tho signs of advancement
shown generally throughout the Royal
City. _
About midnight on Sunday eight
porsons woro run into by the steamer
Oriole at tho narrows, near Graven*
hurst, Ont. Tho Oriole stopped as
B-joti as possible and lifo preservers
wore thrown out. Mrs. Cameron,
Mrs Luzo utld Myria Lozo wero
drowned,
Dr, Child's Pile Ointment instantly re-
llcfts'flrtllpbriitiahiiiitly ou'reB I'ilcs, Pruritus and all hot and itching soros nnd
eruptions, N. W. agents, 1). S. Curtis
k Co. diny28yl
BAl'TIHT CHURCH, Aunes Htreet,
Kast of Mary Htreet, Ixird's Doy
Services at 11 a, m, end 7 p.m. Sabbath
Hehool nmlHIblo CIobh at 5:30 p. m. All
seats freo; strangers cordially welcomed,
-Hev. Thow, Baldwin, pastor,
U. €. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fund.
For the purposo of raising a fund to
contribute towards the patriotic and
worthy object of making the next annual provincial fair, to bo held in thia
city, a grand and unprecedented success,
tho undersigned agree to contribute the
stuns opposite their respective names {to
be paid into the association or to trustees
competent to receive the same, on or bo-
fore G months from the date of the last
provincial exhibition, and to be applied
to preparing exhibition grounds and
Imildings in the city, for increasing the
amount ottered in prizes, and for furthering the exhibition in other ways):
TiikColumhiak  ?!C0 00
Niiiirjv-v i'liin.-, l.nl'i Maud    1000
h 1* Kekwif-iii     1« HO
Q l) Urymuer  20 ot)
It w Armstrong  io 00
V It Olover  Ill 00
Walker A Slmilwcll  10 00
Ola'ud Ham tier  In 00
I'l-ti-i-Oiint  hi 00
{ii.-oi-{;i- Tiiriici-  1(J 00
WJ Ai-insii-.iii--  3000
A J   HU1 :  10 Oil
Oapt A  Qniul  10C0
J H   Maialuiu-ll  lft 00
WO  Loy.-.  to HI
1* lltlodeau  10 ou
K a Strickland  '2500
Gilley llros    '20 00
HII Wi'lib  iiofl
T Cunningham  ■woo
n-'tiili'i-nn iiri)--, OhlUlwliacIt  10 00
A B Wintemute  10 O-
Per Ex-Mayor Dloltluson  21U 85
Annln M .liii|iio:;  in (10
Stewart a dish  25 co
.1 JIM <'iuinli]*-|iain  .*;0 (U
lii'iinl A  Mi-.-;-.:rom  au 00
.1 W I-*'-**.-minn..  :_0t.i
Hev.I II Whin-  10 00
K Unugl:.-*  1', 11 ui
■'■■■Si-.niHi-i .-, 1 ■■  .*.-, ihi
Alh'slIiKiy  16 00
W r (."oath nn  '25 Oft
TM Ciiiinliiuliam.  25 CO
AN Kami.  83 00
Ai-ki'i'inan l'i--*-*-  ill 00
P.i'lil A I'uri-ii-  25 00
HTlIeailA fn  '-0 00
WII Thn.-iiiil.-nii  1500
(.'rant A Mnoluro    10 00
YOUHg A Tin initio  10 00
Ti'1-lmn-- A Co „,  H) CO
Ogle, O11111-Un-11 A Co  IMOO
Nextl	
Wholesale (My Market.
Beef,     por IOO lbs.. S 4 03 _% 4 BO
Pork           ■•              7 .Vini 8 50
.Mutton        "              6 00(§ 0 00
l'olahi'.'*;      "        '.-I--, 7f>
C'!i!)!iH!-e      " '.a--, 1 00
Onions      "          100® i M
Wheal         "            1 50(3 0 00
Oats           "           1 li®
Pens             "            I Mt.. '2 00
Hay,        per ton     12 (hi--' i.*i no
Butter (rolls) per Ih  023® 0 85
Cheese,              "     ft Uty- 0 15
Eggs,       perdos  0 "J0 <-■* 2fi
C'lr-lv.-iio.i iri'talll-K-rcnrU  :i(i:w-: 4 00
Apples, per box  8ft (■'■, 1 50
HMi'-Hi-r'n) per Km 1l>s  -llUf-u ft (10
"    (dry)       "         6cii(-.-. um
Wool, por ih  oea 10
"Wlion Baby waa sick, we rbto hor Ciwtorla,
Whon sho wso a Child, alio cried for Caaloria
When alio becamo Miss, alio cltnig to Castoria,
Whon iht hsd Children, she gate them CastoiiB
Tt,rETHODIST CHURCH, Mury
1>1 HI reel, Hev. J. H. White, Pastor.
s--!-\-i-,i's at 11 a.m. ami 7 p.m. Sunday
Roliool ami Bible Olass '2:30 p. in. Prayer
M-vllnsr on T!iursilay:i n! 7.:!0p.ui. Hunts
frci1: Kiiaii-;iTS cordially Invited.
QT. PAUL'S CHURCH- John Streot,
■.;*< Opposito Orange Hall. Hev. Thornu.-
Mifl-lnn, piiMl.nr. HervieeN nvery Sunday
nl 11 a. in. anil 7 p. m, Thursday even im*--
a'. 7::'.u oVlnck. Heats free; all arc oonllally Invited. Sundny School iit2:;'0*>. m.
/-(HUUCll OF ENGLAND.-HOLY
\j TRINITY OHURCH; Hector, The
Ven. Archdeacon Woods, ft, MAUY'.S
CHURCH] Rector, The Bishop. Services
In both churches) every day. All scats
free. Hoth churches open all any for private prayer.	
PlinstaYTRlllAN CHURCH (ST.
ANURIA WW" cornor Carnarvon and
HlackwociilHls. ltev. Thos. Scouler,'pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Sunday-school and Blblo-class at :>.'Nlp. in.;
Prayer-mcetlngon Thursday evenings at
7.80.   Heats free; straugiis welcome.
CALEDONIA -Jt ST. ANDREW'S
SOCIETY.-The- regular rin'oMiigM tt
this A ■■.soda tlon are In Id on tliela-:! Tui-s-
dayofeaoh month,at8o'clock p.m. All
Scotchmen are Invited lo attend. -John
Bun*, Hoc.           	
AO. F.-COUUT LORD DUFFERIN
, No. f.:mi. The regular meetings of
the above Court arc held at tlio Foresters'
Hall,on llio Ilisl and third Wednesday In
ench monlli, atSp. ih.-Jno. McMuiuuiv,
Scnr., P.O.II.
\ij   C. T. U.-HEQULAH  MEETING
VV • every Wednesday aftornoon at 8
o'clock at Lhe W. C. T. u. Headquarters,
Douglas St. Loyal Lotion In tlie siune
plai-i-evcrv Friday nfternoon.—Mkh. Jas.
CUNNINC1IAM, Pl-L'Sldl'llI;   Miss DkBkck
Secretary,	
UNION LODGE No, U, A. b'.
A A, u,—The regular meetings of tills Lodgo lire held In
the Masonic Temple on ttie find
Wednesday |I1 ,!lir-* month, at 7:80 o'clock
p.m. Sojournlugbrethren are cordially
Invited to nttciid.-W. c. Coatham, Sec. _
BOARD OF TRADE. Hoard Hooill,
Oddfellows Brick Block, up-atalrs
Council meets on the tlrst. and third Wod-
nesdny lu encli month,at -l p.m. Q,iiiirlerly
meetings on the Knd of I'di., May , Aug.,
and Nov., at 7:80 p. m. New members
mav be proposed and oleoted at any Quarterly meeting,—D. Hoiison.soc.
Piano Tuning I
MB. J. I-:. nXI.AY.S0S. from Broad-
wood A Sons, London, Kiiglaiul.uiid
Sleluwiiy A Sons, Now York, now nt-Oar-
ti'i-'rf Temple of Music, Vntieonvei', will
attend to orders led, at. Mr. Zed ft. Mall's
Store, Kew Westminster,   Tuning, 83.
djly-l ml	
TBntofor_Sti:e8tfork,
11ENDERS AUK HERTSBY INVITED
and will be received lip to (i o'clock
p.m.,Jnly8th,I860, forthe
<irailing A ilriirin« of I-iti'l*'s<*ue t.%.
Tenders to be marked. "Tenders for
Kortciii-m- Hlne!." and to be addressed i<>
tlie Chairman of the Board Of Works, City
Hall. No tender will bo entertained un-
less accompanied by a deposit equal tofi
per cent, of amount of tender, which shall
he forfeited If party tendering dot lines or
ralnita enter Into iw-iintfiict for the work
when called upon to do so, upon his tender being accepted. In Hie event of n lender not being accepted the deposit will
bo relumed.
The lowestornny tender not necessarily
accepted,
Plans and speclllcatlons may US seen In
the City Engineer's Oilice, City Hall.
J. O. JAQUESi
Chairman of Hoard of Works.
City Hull,
New West,, July Uh, ll
djlytld
Portland-Westminster!
THE STEAMSHIP
^.**:iD^.*Ea:o
WIIiL SAIL FROM PORTLAND FOR
New Westminstor on
Thursday, June 27th.
For freight, &c, apply to
JAMES WISE,
Front Stroot.
Now West,, June '.5,1880.        dJcKtc
Wanted at Once.
SITUATIONS BY 2 ENGLISH Otni.S,
JhhI nlrlVGtl,   Aildress H, lliis olllco.
SJysi.
Notice to Contractors!
SlEALED TENDERS FOR CLEARING
} Lou, Block 2, suburbs of Now West-
minster. Will bo recoived by the Trustee-'
of Royal Columbian Hospital.
Specljlciillons of nbove work may bo
seen aHll.OW A MAOLURF.'S olllco un to
noon of July 10th. djlyut-J
Imperial Fiie Insurance Go,
OF LONDON.
CAPITA!.       ■       £1,600,000 gig.
Rates as low as any othor reliable Com-
Sanies doing businoss In British Colum-
to. W. J. ARMSTRONG.
djly.'iio Agent for New West,
City Taxes.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH A 11ESOLU-
i lion of the City Council, passed on tlio
2flt.li Inst,, all Oity .Taxes on real estnie fur
tho current year will be subject, to a i eliale
of ii percent, if paid before the .'list July,
prox. This rebate does not. apply lo arrears or debenture rales.
D. ROBSON,
City Clork,
Cily Clerk's Olllcc,
mirJune, 1880.        JeL7dwlw
HAHBIBOW B*P*BIM*C3-S
-j^-erated. "^s^sTater
(Direct from tlioSptlngs,)
Tho abovo will bo delivered in New
Westminster tWlOC a Week. Leave tn-ilei-.-
with F.O. McOARTNKY,
Commission Agent,
Douglas St., Now Westminster,   djlyllle
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
riEALKD TENDERS WILL BE RE-
n ceived by lhe Trustees of Uio Royal
Columbian Hospital Company up lonooti
off-A'iUHDAY, ''01 li Julv. for Ihe erei-
lloit nnd completion of it Hospital on Lot
■1, tllock '2, Suburbs of New WcHtmliister,
jT'ach lender must bo necompnnlod by
mi accepted hank clioi-uo for n sum pijii-n
to the per cent of tiio amount of Hie lender, made payable to tho undersigned. In
tlio event of a contract being let, tbo
cheque will bo retained its pari securlly
for tho due performance of the work.
Tho cheque will ho returned to un-nic-
aossful competitors, but will bo forfeited
by any bidder wbo may decline to execute a contract if called upon to do so.
Plans and specifications can bo seen
and forivs for tender obliilned at il.e olliee
of Clow vt Maclure, architect.-, New West?
minster,
Tbe lowest Ol'liny tender not neccsarily
accepted, W. H. KEARY,
Hon. Secretary.
Royal Columbian Hospital,
New West., 27th 3une,188D.     dje27td
AUCTION SALE
OF THE
Sloyal Columbian S9»sa»h»I
SIU\ iuu\ BuiMiitgs.
T HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY THE
1 Trustees of the Royal Columbian Hospital la sell by Public Auction at the Colonial Hotel, New Westminstor, ou
Monday, the 22nd Day of July.
At fi O'Cloek P.M.,
Lots 13, It, 15, 10, Uan-U'i,
Block KXX^,
Now Westminster City, slttmte on Ague:;
Slreol, being tho present site of the Royal
Columbian Hospital.
This property Is veiy eligibly situated
on tbe upper side of the principal residence street of the city, and commands a
view of the Eraser -liver east and west.
Tho hospital building mid the steward1;'
residence will be sold at same time,
Terms of salewlll be—'.*i cash,1,*; ln throe
monlli!-! and '-J In six months from tho
date of salo; no interest.
Possession wili be !*ivontn I he purchaser
or purchasers on tlto^nd of January, l*-w,
when lhe last payment of the purchase
money will bo due.
Will also be sold at same lime:
tut 4, Ricirii XIV, New Westminster
City.   All fenced.
Terms—Jr: cash, balance In one year at
S por cent,
T. .1. TRAPP,
JylUtd Auctioneer.
f.J.WALKER&CO.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
[Telephone No. ar,.]
MCIARE ROAD, HALIFAX. EH LAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, BEAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
Limit on nuit Lancashire Fire nnd
British  Kia-ilie  Life Iititu'tuiee
Cumpaules.
!*'t-w U'tstmliiDier Uulldin*; Society.
AneoHutniit's Oflloe, Dioceie of N.W,
City Auditors, 1SOO, 1HH7 mut lf-wi.
ADVISE CLIENTS JN   THE BUYING
AHD SELLING OK REAL PROPERTY IN THE  CITY  AND DISTRICT,
nod other monetary transactions.
Have several good Investments on tlielr
bonks, and nil uew comers will do well lo
call beforo doing business elsewhere,
UwSdely
Gr JR IE _A«   ™L
For the Next Two Days,
OGLE, CAMPBELL & FREEMAN'S,
The Leading Hry 'ioixl.i Eluuse,
MASONIC BLOCK,       -       NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwtc
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
Ogle, Campbell £ Go's
»
dtc
NEXT DOOR BANK OF MONTREAL,
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
T>BA.X,BXl   X2H
Choice Family Groceries!
FIHEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Labrador "Eierriiig-e,
"L£ac3*:ezel, Salt God,
Jlxxxxovlx's "CTrac. Hams,
^Sk.r*cao-ar'e "U"-nc. Bacoa.
Flovir. Bran.. Sliorts,
t-rHIQHEST PKIOES PAID FOB FARM PRODUCE,
noMwir   .        Sooullar-Arnnstrong Blook, Columbia St.
VOLUME VJi-HtQ.
.ii.)'
Jas. EllardhCo
MMn&MUML.   mMMs,mriMsii
ie lei! Four I
THEIR   REMAINING   STOCK  OF
PARASOLS
FOE CASH
M_.t   Cost,   "370   Clear.
3
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPl'OSITE THE BANK  OF MONTREAL.
WAT8HES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES,
A full liuc of gn^ctitclcs & Eyc-GlaSSCS i» atetli rubber, aUvei
frames.   The Buosb Pobbloa made, 31 per pair; all sights suited.
Siiocinl attention given to MNE WATCH UEPAIUS. llnviuy le
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologcrs in England, and
maniigcd tho wntcli-ropaiiing departments of >\ few of the lieat finny on
nout of America, ta a suiiicieiit guarantee ot good wwkimmshii*, Fnv--.'.'
got for nearly ii yeara of tho woll known firm of Savage .'-- Dynian,
Ohargos Moderate,
MoMTREAli, Dec, 18S7.—Mr. V. Crake.—Andw, KoburtHon, Ksq., C'
Montreal Harbor Coiunu&nionei'a, anys! "J never found a Watoli"m.*Oter
well for 1110 us you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you arc not hero
■iwnplsto
;.C.
HI?"-'
Hie i
who i!
to,d»
'B 13'
AGENTS   B.  LAU RANGE'S   SPECTACLES,
Wholesale and lletail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, 11. C.
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, }*o to
SINCLAER'S-
Golumbia 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 (;ct prices. dwtc
Tli ift hi vwuiiuBiyyfiip
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
xx x a- xx - a l jl s s
DRY GOODS
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
jimmo'
WALKER & SHADWELL.
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