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 flownm
on- -Pilnlii-g offl,
Columbian.
VOLUME 7
MF.W   WESTMINSTER, B. 0., MONDAY EVENING, JULY 15, 1889.
NUMBER 12
?KOFESSIOHAl AKD BUSINESS CARDS.
T. 0. ATK1KSUN,
A.RRKTER, SOLICITOR, Ao, omcoa-
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dwto
'jl    UAlliUftJTjii, ouuiUJ iwii, ".';. ui.".'
V-, D MaaonloBulldlnt', New W-jhtmliisLcr
tr, ........
AIUXSTltUXO &. IDOKSTBIN,
BAnRIBTETtS,  BOLiCITORS,   ETC. -
Mnsonlo Biillillne,   N '
Bter, li. 0.
\v©stmln*
iiwniyiio
IV. KOUMAN OOL IS. <t. 0.,
BARRIBTJ5R-AT-LAW.LAT4D AGENT.
Money tn Lonn. omui'-t-'liirltsonBt.,
Mew "Westminster, II. V. (UO
connni)kit, necou- .*. junks,
BARRISTERS. SOLIOITORS, otc.  Offl-
ecs-Miis(iulo UuiUlliiB!*, How Westminstor, mid Vancouver, It. C. ihvio
A. C. BIlYDt>Nl*.-JACK, HI. A ,
NOTARY PUBLIC!, CONVEYANCER,
.-co.   Barrister of the Nov* tininswlek
Hiliiifiiio Court.    Ofll'io   In Mn; Hiiniley
JlnililliilS, Columbia Ml., oi-posll-J tlioCol-
, onliilHoinl.  dftpgtp-
JOSEl'II K. G A.YKOU, U._\.,l,l,.ii.
GOLD MKDALIST of tho University of
Dublin. llAtU'IttTKit-.V'' LAW 0/
tlio High Court i»r.Iii-.Mi-i'. liTluml. OHI'-ph,
Corner MeKon/lo A C-litrlc.-'on HU'., Hov.'
Wt-fitnilnstcr. (lwf<,'..Hi,_
A. J. HOLM lift, 1>. D.S.,
SURGEON DENTIST, Graduate of llio
Olilo College of ucntul fijuif-ory. Is
now wltli Dr. 0. E. C. IIiwii. Ail -.'"ill
Kkiilfully porformed. Rooms H & 0. Bmilt
of B. CColumblftSt, Uours-Hto iaa.m.j
1i-ttloOp.ni. iljlyiltu
C. XI. GAfcjBWOOD, D.D.S.,
SURQKON DENTIST--A OnuliiRlo of
thellnltliiinre Ihmtal College, Is prc-
piiivd to do ill I kliitlMof I'iml.il work. 0/-
lli'ii ovor Mc-Leiin.iii it Md'cely's hard*
wiii'tt store, VM Conlovii tit., Vancouver,
. B. C.     da piffle
A
G. W. all AWT,
RCTTITEOT,  Offloo-Cornor Mary and
Chu'lisiin f'H, v.*.!!.tmln-'i(T.    dwtc
A
CLOW  A  •.l.ll.I.UUK,
ROHITEOTS.    Oflloe—Rooni B. over
Bankof It. 0„CohimblaStroet,Woat*
WILLlA .'   R. KINO,
ROHITEOT.SANITARYENOINEER^
Ae.   Itemoviitl to AnnBti,oii**'s Block,
. .......inbla  Htreet,   Westminster-- Boom
U No,'j. die
S  A   **-'
K Colum
W. Till UAUDI3ATI,
. T AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS*
Jj man.   Humley Block, New \Ve--tiiiiii*
1 slur, ll. tl, tlmylGto
A. ('. '.OTTO.V,
DOMINION ami PROVINCIAL LAND
MU UVE YOU.  oilleo: Room D. Bank
"of 11. (Umilillti',', West 111 luster, It. 0.	
IL I'llT'-MBUIUII,
DEALESTATr* isttOICER and County
W   Court Anent. Commissioner. Nolury
,.Publle, Ae.   Rent-; i-olli-i-lnl.   OHirl---Mc-
Keii/l.i ritivet, Ni'v; West minster, B. 0.
T. .T. 'l-ftA PP,
AUCTIONEER    AND     APPRAISER.
Columbln Htreet, New V/esimlnsler.
.All com missions  will   receive  prompt
1 nml careful attention,    Boat references
given when required, inhllMo
V, C. McCAllTJVKY,
COMMISSION AGENT ami ausloina
llrnker. Doii«lnn Kl., NewWestminster. Ai*enl for Illinium .spriu/jii Aerutcil
Wuti-r; Viineouvi rSI'.'iim Dye A Clemiln-j
Works;Carters- I'ulenl iii'guiiH--"ihewon-
der of the nge."; lu-inln.nn I'tiino*- mid
Oririns; .lobnsloii'H i'nleiit Kulsomlno;
Hiiv,imiCii*arl'iietoiy; I.lon InsiinincoCn
for live stoek, Ao, Employment A-**.'ii<-y
Olllco. Aselcel lot of Toilet Arlleles and
nni-.itisl.-,-suii'lrfe.-. .'oi-Mtli.1. Nex! door to
Bakery.^  JJIySlo
TVUNUH, 111*.I.-:TO\ A CO.,
MERCHANT**,    Whnrf   fit,, Victoilu.
Agpnts for Norlh British nnd Mer-
eawile Insnninee Cn. for Mainland,   II.
C. Bi:i:roM&Co.,:i,l Einsbury Circus, London, E.G. die
tvlmperial Fire Insurance Co.
of "no*N"*DO"isr.
' :    eu'ir.u.,     -     -ji.-iiio.mit) tii*-.
, Rnlesns lotrns any other rollahle Companies doing liusiiii'.-i in Iirlilsli Coliini*
din. W, ,T. ARMSTRONG.
:    1IJly.H0 Agent for Now Wost,
ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
Civil Enginoci-.r3, Land Surveyors A Draughtsmen.
«,■ REAL E3TATB,
i'FINANCIAL, SHIPPIHQ f. COMMISSION AGENTS
Fire. Lire ,1 ,'Iuvttir. lutumncc,
j OOM'-miA St., . Oi'i*. Colonial IIotiu.
NEW WESTMINSTEB', 11. 0,
ilwjlyl.-.lii	
R
RAND BROS.
igftl, ij STA TM i::uot*:t-:its.
Couveyanucrii) OallcelorB,
i Ami lnsurnnce Agenta,
. Offlces at
NEW WESTMINSTER:  Corner
Mc Ken nio and Clarkson Sis,
•i VANOOUVER. Cordova Slreet.
LONDON .Englauil.
\ BU 1LDING LOTS for salo In all Boettons
'.if Vanoouvor nnd New Westminster City.
1 FARM LANDS of superior quality for
jfi:i\o nt Clillllwlmek, Port Hammond,
' Langley, Mnlsqnl, Knmiis, Mud Biiy.Lud*
ner's Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
and Pltc Rlvor.
Maps aud Plans exhibited ami tlio full-
•'est Information furnlahedut&H ouroffloOBi
W. BOVILL,
ARCHSTECT
eal Estate Agent
Pull List of euy ami Suburban Pro*
'.perty.
,   Pnrtleiiiar atlentlon pnld to Farming
Lands.
-    Acciinito   informal Ion   lo  correspond*
■ onts. dwmyflyi
t
I
Pure and Fresh Drugs
I»*ai»,2£---yi«EE«3,
!j jPatent Medicines, Etc
PlIfSIGI-IIS'   PBESCnlPMOHS   Cahefulu
OOMrOUIIDED.
u
\
WANTED.
JrvNE   THOUSAND   CORDS   CEDAR
,r\J Bolts,four to Bovontoon feet long.—
tu Apply lo
i J dtc llOYALCITY PLANING MILLS CO.
i To Stone Masons
[mENDBigS POR TIIE KRKCTION OK
j .1 ii KTONM KilNHATION for 11 UlllM-
• lug to be fM'eirteil (ui Lnt'l. Ill(,(;|t vi.eor*
, ner of Columbln stn-i-l and Lytlmi -qimre.
i aro Invited aud will bo received bribe
.] limlt-i'itlgneil it|i lo noonof WEDNESDAY,
I lllli InRt.   I'luim and speolllivitlims to be
\ seen at Room "I," Bankof R. 0. Hiiiiiiiiur,
j uii-iitali-H. Tlio lowest or nny tender not,
i< necessarily neeepieil.
,    ,   -      .TAMES KENNEDY.
New West., .Tilly III, 186$ dJIylOld
Iff i
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Incliuliiie Tools of .ill Itlttils of the befit makcaj
ISarlsea WhT, for I'dictng, ami -.11 lhe ncuot
1'nilciy IHodtii, Ss-atcia Bio-'Sis. Kopn
Tin- & OaKmiij 'J'ihtuiI mul i'litin Pi'.y.u- f'
Ci'OSB-CHl & tlanil-Saws;
uy Utensils Ior Fiiriiiliii*;
:'■': <;iinlll i" nil sues; l'llcll,
Kiiiiiling; Paints & Oils
inall cobra; llliuld Pl'.ill.S in all slit'tw; Moor S'liiiJls nauly touse; (jrllld
StOllOS) Wall l'micr in nil dcaipno; Bro6i«S & ISrusllllS for all purposes;
liitliricataii'- C&ils; Traps of all njeoi'lptlons, ami a gonoval assortmi'iit of
A-srlcnllarul Impli-nictits.
J-3T Speoial attention -jiven to orders by mail.
T. T. TjxJi.JPT--' SO CO.,
dffjlySto
Golcmhia Stiujet, Kkw Westminstbb.
GRANT &.-MAOLURB.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
-    &.b    lk^A.3M"Es0 3M?s
MERCHANT    TAIT.OH.
Golumliin. Streot, * Mew IVestiuiiistcr.
KiTAII  Summer DRESS GOODS unci MILLINERY will
bo sold AT COST.   Now is the time lo secure BARGAINS,
'lie "tvstaSSL "Vy-SiA. 2=2^v.*E3.
Hi
I'M   i-Oii-.-rM
-ACSrlSI^'^S,
OE-'Sftcsiassi--
NEWWESTMjNST
VANCOUVER,
r"Q    CORNER CLARKSON
CH,     Si MoKENZIE STS.
COFINER  CORDOVA  AND
ABBOTT STREETS.
—AMI-
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG.
107 CANNON ST.
m?
Town Lots
OF W„ DESCRIPTIONS .:0R SALE.
Businesa Property.
Lob facing on Columbia and Front Sts,-
hi central portion of tho eity: Kevcr.il
buildings brinf* good ront—822,000,00.
Lot 4, Block 7, near Lytton Sqnt.ro,
011x1.(2 feet, Erontlna on Columbia mul
Front St3.-80,O0O.O0.
Cornor JiOt on Columbia St,, 83x00 feet—
$4,000.00,
Also—Lot nnd Building with fitocli of
. Goods, ono of the best businofla stands
iu tho oity.
ImprovedResidentiul Property
Lot lfl, Block 13; two houses rented at
paying flgurtw—$i,60O.OO.
Houso and Lot on Lorno Ht., near Cob
umbla—$1260,00.
LotB 4, fl k 0, Block   1!); good house,
garden, ko.; oholoo I'osldonoolironevty
-8">,2fl0.00.
Corner Lot on Oolumbla St.) fenced ami
clcarnd-SlfiOO.nn. t
House and Lot on Cnhunhi.i St.; ono of
tbo fincat rc'iidcnceH iu tho cllv-^7,'
000.00.
Houso aud Lot on Hoyal Avenue, ticur
DoiigloB St,--^3,000.00,
Tlouiie nud .T Lotu, corner Royal Avomw
Olid St. I'ntrick'H St.; no lieltcr renl-
denco sito iu the city—510,000.00.
1 aoro, with 7 houses, near tho l\uk—
§0,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Bloc!; 23; oornor lot ou Agnus St.;
lino residence site -SI 200.00.
Lota on St. Andrew's St., nenr Queen's
Avonno-*$500.00 eaoh,
Lota on Montreal, "Douglas and Hall*
fax Sts,, near Clinton St.; lino vlows
nnd well Bttuated—$350.00, $376.00,
8500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Cllntor ■
$300.00,
LotO, Sub-Block 10$ fine residence lots-
S2."jO.O0.
Loti ou I'ell.mu St., noar Mury~-5iJO0.OO
onch.
Lot on IMIiiim St., near St, Andrew's;
lino Blto—|600,00,
Lot Oil St. John's St., near Melbourne—
8350.00,
Lot In St. Andrew's Si|iiuro-6300.00.
Lots in Block fronting on North Am
renl; finest chance in tlio market fir
residenco or encoulatlon—$125,00 ti
$176(00.
Lots In 8n.bdlv.Blon of Ul 11. t-nb-Hloc
12—tflO.OO to $126.00.
Loti In Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloo
18-1100.00 onoh,
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
A Philadelphia laborer oilers himsolf for execution by electricity, provided his family receivo §5,000 when
ho is dead. He was in the toils of
poverty, and his family were in wnnt
when he made the ofl'er.
'. TliiM iimyik-i- never varies. A marvel of
j.iii-ll1v.hti'pii'-t.hiLiiil*,vlmli'S(ii!ii-nws. M«:v
tconomfcnl ihiiti llio onllnury )'lii(ls,iinil
cannot lie t-oM In eoni|ioiHion with tlio
inult-ituiioof lown-st, i-liort weight alum
or phoHpliHtn powdorn, Bold only In cans.
Koyai- Hakinu l'OWBRK Co., 100 Wnll St.,
Now York. afely
Rooms to Rent.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO KENT, IN
M. Qray'8 house, ou Provost Stroot,—
Apply on tho promises. (lJlySto
FarmJorSale-i
LOT 27, lir-OOK i NORTH RANGE 0
West, I.tilii Islnnd, at a bargain,—
Apply l'» KASI»BIW)H.,orliI>WAIU> A.
BhtAUPl!], Lulu Island. dWje27m]
TO RENT.
A PLEASANT'HOOM FOR TWOGEN-
tli'imm, with or without Hoard, In
]irlvi"i< fiunll.v.   Apply nt tlilnl hmiso in,
llio hill, hll I,nml si,I.of ikui-Iiis slri'i.|.
iljollllo
Shares for Sale.
milK WBSTMIHSTBB WllOl.KX M'F'O
J. Cii-olrurfor-nli'iv llinltcil iiiunliiTof
.shnros In tin, i'ii|,llul wlnck of tho company, Appllcntlon to lm miiili, lo the
Scorotni)'. I, },'. DHAl'KIt,
Hoorolnry.
No»'Wost.,l!.l.'.,Jnlyl0, 18S9.  iljlyluwl
A Main man lias put nn el.-.ctric
light in his hon-house, ami tho hens
Iny tiny and night. Ho is prubnhly
tho fellow who tried to cross his bees
with firo Hies, so that they would not
have to stop gathering honey nt sunset.
Tlio fact which seems to lie undoubted—tlmt tlio United St.ites'
exhibit is one of the poorest in the
Paris Exposition, will surprise most
peoplo on this sido of the Atlantic.
It is not nt n'l like Brother Jonathan
to "get loft" when it comes to showing off.
While there i.'i general agreement
that prize-lighting is brutal and degrading to the last degree, tho fact remains, nevertheless, that nothing
since tlio national election has roused
such widespread interest ill tho
United States as tho Sullivnn-Kil-
rain light.—Am. Paper.
PACIFIC DEFENCES.
Important Despatches Concerning
B. C. Defences.  Fortifications on the Straits.
The Frcncl; of New York Celebrate
the Fall of the Bastile iu
Grant! Style.
A New American Steamship Compnny  Organized to  Bun the
Fastest Vessels Afloat.
PA0II*I0 I'OUTirii VH088.
Ottawa, July 15.—Tlio Rovornmout
under tho 37th clauso of the patent act
alt tho disputes aro to bo decided by
tho minister of agriculture or hia
deputy. Tho caso was hoard by Pope,
tho deputy commissioner of patents,
whereas tlio act implies the deputy
minister of agriculture, and accordingly
tho case will be reheard.
Musgrave, of Cowichan, is a successful cadet at the royal military college.
Tho government will forthwith ask
for tenders for a steamship service to
thn West Indies and South America.
Senator Curvell has been appointed
lieutenant governor of Prince Edward
Island.
Tho great Pacific arbitration lias
boon adjourned to September 18th, at
Toronto. Mr. Cambie, formerly en-
puged on tho British Columbia sections, but now in the company's ser*
has forwarded a reply to the  imp-rill   jt'< ^M <¥ ^fiTu    CfM
despatch received last moitth relative I '°„r" bottl!r imi-' .•*-*■ " ™'"11'-? !".-0
THE DERVISHES.
Fifteen Hundred Dervishes Enter
Eg-ypt, the Advance Guard of
the Great Army.
The Globe is trying to boom tlie
project of an International Exhibition in Toronto in 1892—tho "Hil-
vor Wedding" of the confederated
provinces, It looks liko up-hill
work at present, but all big ideas
are slow about starting, nnd the
schemo may come to something yet.
A society has been formed among
Ohine.se women to oppose tho binding
of their feet. They havo named it
the "Heavenly Foot society." Since
tho Celestial beauties will havo none
of it, the Chinese authorities would
do a rushing business by establishing
a branch houso in Chicago, thinks a
St. Paul paper.
First-class Prairie Farm
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, North Ann, Fi'-iser uiver; con-
talnlngiWOnoresnf the fliuNtfarming laud
In tlio country; u!l dyked; well Improved,
good buildings, good orchard (bearing);
For furthor Information enquire of
MAJOR *PHJARSON,
dmySfflto New Wostminstor.
WANTED.
A   COMPETENT WOMAN FOR GEN-
£\   oral Housownrk. — Apply to MBS.
l'l I >  111*1;, I   -.   In   SI . .ii.l I,-"--.   H...V-
AgncsSt, djlyldta
>ssena?
EITHER OX MAUY-niLI-MlHA-on
Fronlstroets,a Niniill PUCKin'-HuilK
i'<)ntaiiitiigpiipGr*i vnliinbloniilytoowner,
'I'lio tlnih'i' will confer tl favor bv leaving
samontthtsoffloQ, djlyt2l8
n fl
Kcnl  Kstat« Brokers and
Fluauclal Agents*
AGENTS FOR
Cmifeilei-ntliMi Life Jlxsoclallon of
Toronto,
Uoynl and Itaiioailitrc Vive IiiBiir-
nu.-e Compiii-le-.,
DdtValuablo Lots for salo in tho City
and Dlstrlot of Wostminstor) and choice
Lola in tliu Cily of Vanoouver.
PorsOtlB wishing to buy or soil city or
rural properly should coiiiinunicato with
us.
Offioosi Iluiili of B.O. building, opposite
noslolllce, \V«.'sliiiliistei',iind Hastings St,,
vanoouvor. dwaploto
T. A. IM & CO.
Queen's Hotel  Block,
KKW WU6Tflll\8TF,U.
There is a little boy in Toronto—
Willie White by mime, ovidently
of the whitest kind by nature—who
is only 14 years old, and has already
saved five children from drowning.
Tho eity fathers propose to do something for him by the way of rewarding his pluck, and therein they do
themselves honor.
A nuiueronB lobby of masculine
women and feminine men are already
on tho ground at Olympia diligently
threshing over tho old woman sull'-
rflgo straws. Tho convention will
save troublo for itself and mightily
please tho peoplo of tho territory
generally, if it will givo those peoplo
scant courtesy. The convention can
better uso its time than to give it up
to long-winded discussions of dead
and impracticable issues.—Post Intelligencer,
Dr. Walker M. Jackson is tho
inventor of it now system for marine
propulsion. It gives enormous forco
for tho small space occupied by tho
machinery, and a ship propelled by
it moves through tho water at a
speed of 05 miles an hour. If Dr.
Jackson's backer can perfect their
latest system for increasing the
speed of ships we will have another
revolution iu tho ship-building trado
of the world. W, (1. JMcLiiugblan,
of Omaha, i3 also engagod on a motor for which extraordinary things
are predicted. Air and water aro
his motive forces.
Reliable Drugs & Medicines
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
l'ttHSUllJl'l'IONS A HI'UCIAI.TY.
daptto
Lnt'iln VVostm.nttot' Addition nt Slfi.00
to SB0.00.
Italian*
1,
SO   OO.
■state,
INSURANCE
 AND—
inanciai Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And tranunot all Ihn-inaBS relating to
Ileal Estato.
—AGENTS FOR—
London Assurance Corporation.
Connecticut Uro InMirnncc Co. of
Hartford.
London and Lancashire Lire Assurance Co, ^
Canton Insurance Office, Ld. (Marine)
OFFIOKSi
Columbia St., New West'r,
41 Government St., Victoria
dWHeHyl
Babies cry for water and are crammed to repletion with milk instead,
and cry tho morn, for which they get
paregoric, nausoonB oil, etoetra,
They nml water aa much as older
people, both physiologically nnd
feelingly, and should bo regularly
supplied with all they will drink.—
fix. Bless their little Equalling
souls, givo them lots of water; it
may spoil their appetites for something worso when they got older.
The babies aro tho hope of tho nation, and when we get the Uoquitlam
water works completed, we'll just
drown them with wnter.
It is quite tho thing for ambitious
and wide-awake cities to take in their
suburbs theso times. An account of a
lato dato says: On .Saturday lust Chicago virtually increased its population by over one-fifth. On that duy
tho suburbs known as Hyde park,
Lake Jefferson, Cicero, and Luke
View, having an aggregate popula
tion of 200,000, voted in favor of
annexation to tho city, and with
these additions, it is estimated, the
population will be 1,100,000. Tho
"Windy City's" bitter rival, St.
Louis, is now left hopelessly in the
rear, and there is notning left for it
but to put on sackcloth and ashes
and humble itself beforo its successful competitor.
Ono of Bob lugersoll's fine hits;
"Hore is a shoe shop. Ono man in
tho shop is always busy through tho
day—always industries. In the
ovening he goes com ting some nico
girl, Thero are fivo other men in
the shop that don't do any such
thing. They spend half of thoir
working evenings in dissipation.
The first young man by and by cuts
out thoso others and gets a boot and
shoo storo of his own. Thon he
marries the girl. Soon ho is ablo to
take his wife out riding of an evening. Tho livo laborers, his former
t-ompanions, who see him indulging
in thia luxury, retire to tho neigh*
ffbring saloon and pass resolutions
that there is an eternal struggle betweon labor and capital,"
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
o the proposed defences mi the Pacific
coast. Threo ur four weeks ago it was
announood in tho houso of lords that
the Dominion government had consented tn maintain 100 men of the royal
mariuo.artillery at Esquimalt, B. O.
This statement was premature. A
despatch requesting thu Canadian authorities 11 do thia had beon forwarded
to Ottawa. Tho reply just sent embodies tbe views of tho government on
tlio mutter. Tho request to maintain
this imperial forco- at Esquimalt is respectfully declined, tho Canadian authorities proposing in Heu thereof to
build earthworks on the Straits of Sun
Juan Do Fuca at a cost of $75,000; to
maintain a battery of artillery at Victoria and keep an effective militia force
in British Columbia. In return the
imperial authorities are asked to supply tbo armament for the forliBcations
and maintain n force of royal murines
to handle the guns. The ground is
taken that the imperial interests are
as important on tho Pacific coatt as
those of Canada, and it is therefore
held nothing but fair that tho expense
Bhould he equally divided.
STRANGE  DBOWJUitO.
Chant's Pass, Ogn., July 15.—Two
brothers, Charles and Fred. Thornton,
wero drowned in Roglio river while
bat hint,' early last evoning. They wero
probably seized with a cramp or carried down by an undertow, as tbey sank
without a struggle right in sialic of
their little brother who had acccom*
paniod them. Tho bodies havo not
boen recovered. They wore- proprietors of tho Grant's Pass foda works,
aud wore most exemplary young
mon.
TATA!.   PANIC.
CtsciKNA'ii, Julyl5.--A cable car
ou the Vine street road becamo unmanageable last night, Tho passengers jumped and Mrs. Julia Tclgheder
wns killed. Six others were Beverly
hurt,
oaBAtWINOSTOItM.
UiMtUNNATr, July 15.—A windstorm
swept away thirty houses, a sawmill
and school houso iu tho town of Princo-
ton yesterday aftornoon. It is not
known yet whether thero is loss of
life.
0OSOBESS COMING WKBT.
FitEMONTNob., July 15.—A notable
excursion party will leave hern to-morrow far tho Pacific coast. Tho party
will bo mado up of Congressman McKinley, of Ohio; Hon. Nathan GofF, of
Weat Virginia; Capt. J. S. S. Herr
and Perry S. Heath of tho Indianapolis Journal. Thoso gentlemen will
be guests of Congressman Con. W. E.
Dorsey, of Nebraska who defiros to
show them the growth and material
development of tho west. They will
also visit Portland, Olympni, Seattle.
Tacoma and Victoria.
THE VM.1, OF11AS1ILE.
New Yoiik, July 15.—The Frenchmen of this city continued the celebration of tho fall of Bustile to day by a
parade which was reviewed by Mayor
Grant, the decoration of the statues
of Lafayette and Washington in Union
squaro, and an elaborate programme of
games, sports and musical exercises at
Jones park. The Fronch flag is displayed on the cily hall and on many
buildings throughout tho city.
I'ASSEXaElt LIST.
Sax Fhancisco, July 15.—The str.
Mexico sailed yesterday with the following passengers for Victoria: Mrs.
Edinmull, Mrs. Buoktel, J. Sirr, Mrs.
It, Parker, R. Armstrong, Mrs. T.
II. Long!v and child, F. R, Murray,
A. II. Mield, N. H. Watson, H.
Richards, J. Bain, Mias Murray.
A NUW STl-AMMUl' UNX
Piur.ADEiii'iiiA, July 15.—President
Ourbin; of the Heading Road, and of
the Rapid Transit Steamship Co., has
bought 3,200 acres of land and wator
front t-t Mont-ikli for the landing
plnoo of his new proposed steamship
line, Eldht millions dollars has already been si'citruil for the enterprise
in Row York, chiefly from tho Van*
derbilts and Aston. The .steamships
will lie built iu this country and will
bo 8 in number. It is expect d thoy
will mnko the voyage in 5). days. They
will carry only saloon and Becond cIiisb
cabin passcu-'ors. Tho cotjtraota will
not be awarded till after the trial of
the new twin screw system now in
construe!ion for the new Whito Star
steamship Majestic.
CHINESE MUltDBRS,
San Fhancisco, July 16.—Ly Lung,
a Cliiuanian, was shot in the b-iek by
Na Ah Yen, a Chinaman, early this
morning, and he is believed to bo
fatally wounded. Yon wni arrested.
Adilghbinders1 feud is supposed to bo
tho cause of the shooting.
In Los Angeles yenterday Ceo Sing,
a Chineso vegetable peddler, was shot
ami killed by Ah King, another peddler, who waa captured whilo attempt*
im; to escape.
Lucy Tung, a Chinauiaii, to whom
Luoy Seek presented a bill for monoy
due, in Fresno, lute last night, pulled
a pistol nnA shot his creditor below the
heart.   The woundod man may dlo.
STIUJOK BY   IIllIir.N'INC.
Bt, Joseph, Mo., July 15.—Lightning struck the warerooms on tho Consolidated Tank Line Co. durintr a
storm early this morning aud the building with 400 Ivm-elanf gasoline, was
burned.   Loss §30,000; insured.
OTTAWA NOTES.
Ottawa, July 12.—The owners ef
the Mattie Winship, the seized Gloucester schooner, havo thrown up tho
sponge and informed the justice department that they cannot outer nny
defence, and nsk the government for
speoial consideration in determining
the amount of penalty.
Tlio government decided to day to
allow tiio reopening of tho Edison incandescent lamp caso.   It appear*) thut
been constructed had not Mr. Schrio*
ber and Sir Joseph Trutch prevailed
upon him for a cheaper character of
work. Sandford Fleming said ho contemplated building a better road, but
was prevented. Chris. Robinson left
immediately for England to discuss
with Sir Chas. Tupper and Sir Joseph
Trutch the question of robuttal evidence.
WeKtnilnr-ter Win*.
Tho cricket match, Vancouver vs.
Westminster, at Hustings, on Saturday, resulted in a victory for the Royal city club, tho match being decided
on the first innings. Vancouver went
iu lirst, but with the exception of Rev.
Mr. Clinton and Nelson the sido
scarcely made a stand and was put out
with a grand total of 45 runs, Westminster did not have a wicket keeper,
but Read, the long stop, did splendid
work, and it speaks well for the fielding in general that only t»o extras
were made during the innings. The
bowling of Miles and Rev. P. Woods
was very effective. Westminster
played three men short in the first
innings and one man ahort in tho Bound. When Westminster tuok to the
wiekt:t* it waa with every confidence
of winning, and the expectations were
realized. Coulthard, Bramah and
Rev. P. Woods, the latter not out, all
got into double figures, the former
leading the score with 22 runs. After
the 7th wicket had fallen the side was
out with 56* runs to the good. Vancouver fielded so close that not an extra wns obtained during the innings.
The terminals commenced their eecond
intiinps iu a determined manner, Campbell and Nelson making scores of 37
and 48 respectively. When only 3
wickets had fallen the score, with 39
extras, stood 139, and Vancouver declared tho innings closed hoping to
put Westminster out for something
ahort of tho winning number. Westminster was not to bo easily caught,
however, and settled down to pretty
cricket. Miles opened the ball with 9
runs, Coulthard with 8, Hamber followed with'O, Rov. P. Woods with 00,
while Gaynor and Dockrill scored 4
and 12 respectively, the latter not out.
Thoro wero still four wickets to fall,
but time was up aud Westminster was
declared winner of the match on tho
first innings. Rov. P. Woods and
Dockrill's batting waa something far
abovo tlio ordinary, and won great applause. Dockrill held hia ground for
over an hour and finally carried hia
bat, having porformed excellent aervice during that time though Iub acore
wbb only 12. Rov. P. Woods batted
freely, losing several balls and keeping the Vancouveritos hunting the
leather in a most amusing manner. Ho
made livo 3s, five 4s, one 5 aud one G,
to aay nothing of ones and twos. Following aro tho scores:
VANCOUYEK-lST INNINGS,
IU Campbell, b Miles  B
KcvH (' FClinton, b Miles 20
it Coleman,b Miles   0
C Nolson, not out y,\
3 T Williams, c Coulthard, b Woods  2
RMFrlpp, run out-
French Editor Kills a Noted
Boulangist Leader iu a
Duel Yesterday.
The Double  Suicide at   Munich
Causes a Profound Sensation
in Europe.
W E (Jreon, absent  fl
.1 3 Loutlt, b Woods    2
W a Gooilehap, b Woods    0
PHBewloke.b Milos   o
Total 45
VASC0UVGH--2KD  INNINGS.
11J Campbell, not ont 87
ReyHGFOlinton.b Miles   5
G Coleman, o Hamber, h Coulthard  it
O Nelson, b Miles 48
Green, not out ..,.,.    7
ExU'ns.... 89
Innings declared closed at 130
NEW WESTMINSTER—1ST INNINGS.
Hamber, run out.   6
Coultlianl, b Green 23
lli*um.ih,b l'ewlcke  10
Woods, not nut 17
"illles, c Clinton, b Green    0
r.end,o Clinton, b Groen    2
Gnynnr, run out    n
MoDoucall, absent   o
Total	
NEW WESTMHTSTBIt—3Nn  INNINGS.
Miles, b tlcwlcko	
Coullhnrit.i-Clinton, l. Bowloke	
Ilonii, o Frlnpi u l.ewicke	
llramab, b I'.ewlcko...-.	
number, h llowlcke	
Gaynor, o Blatter, u Campbell	
Woods, ii Frlpp	
Dofikrlll, not out...
THE DERVISH  ADVANCE.
London, July 15.—A despatch from
Cairo says news has been received
that fifteen hundred Dervishes, the
advance guard of tho invading army,
have appeared at Farras, on the Nile,
fifty miloB below Assouan. They
They were greatly exhausted and
seemed to be undecided whether to
continue their advance.
HEAVY DEATH BATE.
Cairo, July  15.—The   Dervishes
have lost ninety men in recent  skirmishes with Egyptian troops.
smalley's cable.
London, July 15.—The engagement
of tho Princess Louise of Wales and
Earl Fife was long thought of and long
anticipated. It was finally Bottled at
Ascot. Those who live in precision
say that the proposal was made and
accepted on the cup day, the 20th of
June. One by one of the princeas'set,
the most intimate of them, came to
know and then a wholo group of per*
sons were told at the agricultural show
at Windsor on the day of tho queen's
first visit. One of the court officials
came from the castlo with a message
to a certain lady announcing the en*
gagement, but, said he, solemnly, "it
is still a great secret and ytu must tell
nobody.'' "Oh," answered this lady in
her dry way, "it is much too good a
secret to keep and I shall tell everybody" and she did to the horror of
tho high official who I believe told tho
queen there was no help for it, and
that the news must be sent at once to
the papers lest an unauthorized an*
nouncement should appear in print.
So it wai and the public came to Know
of the event a little sooner than had
been intended.
DEFEATED AGAIN.
London, July 15.—The Valkyrie
was defeated by the Yarana at the
Royal UUter rogatta at Bangor.
IMPROVING.
Wilkie Collins'condition is slightly
improved.
MCKEE SENTENCED.
McKee, bank swindler, was sentenced to eight years imprisonment at
Hamburg.
O'C'ONNOB  TRAINING.
Searle and O'Connor are training on
tho Thames.
THE EDITOII SPIKED HIM.
Paris, July 5.—Beiz, secretary of
the Boulangist committee of Marseilles,
wbb killed in a duel by M, Pierrotti,
an editor,
TIIE SENSATIONAL 8UIUIDKE8.
London, July 15. — Tho doublo
auioide of Haroness Acton and Count
Waldeman Blumenthal, at Munich,
causes a profound sensation here,
whero the lady was well known. The
causes are as yet enveloped in mystery.
The baroness was not related to Count
Areo Valley, tho German minister at
Washington, as has been Btated. Tho
circumstances of tho tragedy, when
known, are expected to reveal a remarkable tale cf passion and despair.
CORRESPONDENCE.
1 "xiin*.   0
Total       HI
An Old Fireman Hanled Over Ihe roal*.
Editor Columbian. — Sin, Having
read your correspondent's letter on Sat*
nrday signed "Old Fireman," I feel called
upon to say a few words on behalf of
tho firo department.
Tho Bala letter calls to my mind a suppositious caso of a man who had been
sleeping for tho hut hundred years and
had juat woke up, and on strolling down
to tho rlvor saw tho fino steamer Irving,
lying at the wharf, loaded down with
freight and ready to pull out for up-
river; whon tho freshly awakened man
runs up and Bays, -'Gentlemen, what
does all this foolery mean? What wo
want and what wo muat have ia a canoe.
These new-fangled thinga do very well to
look at, but for business givo ino a
canoo."
"Old Fireman" calls tho attention of
the citizens to tho immediate necessity
of having tho hand engine brought down
to Hyack Hall, Of course tho chiof and
his assistant have nothing to say in the
matter, aooording to "Old Fireman." If
ho had taken the troublo to enquire ho
would havo found that thoro is no room
in tho Hyack Hall for tlio engine, unless
either the steamer or the team was taken
out, which would probably moot with
the approval of "Old Fireman," and I
  ..   supposo it would suit him atill better if
ft{$°"?Mt 'J0'0llt    »   wo took tho steamer to tho slip and ran
1 'll,,,'.»n.f"1"  «  0„t tho hose from eaoh engine, and a
couplo of men stand and hold tho nozzles
toward aomo particular placo of interest
to "Old Fireman."
As I was elected to serve tho city as
chief engineer, with the help of the coun*
eil, I will continuo to do so, to tho best
of my ability, regardless of any Old or
Young Fireman, who may diner from
me.
If the council aro of tho opinion that
the city can be better protected by the
exchange, it will give me very much pleasure to resign in favor of "Old Fireman."
Yours respectfully,
T. Ackerman,
Chief Engineer.
N, W„ July 15,1889.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Dr. Willoughby, M. P. P„ for East
Northumberland, is vory ill, and is
growing worso daily.
Tho Corean, with 500 Icolandors
aboard, arrived in Quebec Friday night.
The immigrants are stated to bo as
healthy a lot as ever landed in Quebec.
Four hundred and twenty of them will
settle around Winnipeg.
Mr. R, Jaffray, one of the principal
directors of the Globe, denies the annexation sentiments attributed to him
In St, Paul. The report published at
Toronto of J affray's alleged sentiments
created a political semration.
Mr. Beausoleil, M. P. of Montreal,
has decided to take aotion for criminal
libel against Le Monde newspaper for
its statement in connection with $30,-
000 paid him by the Quebeo government tor services rendered under tha
commercial tax act.
From lhe North.
The Btr. Rustlor, Capt. Lo Blanc,
arrived yesterday at Nanaimo from
Roid Island and northern logging
camps. Sho did not touch at Texada
on her roturn trip. Ono of the passengers brought down some vory fino
specimens of quartz from Reid Island,
showing rich indications of copper and
silver, King ift'Oasey's logging camp
was visited and it is reported that they
havo a boom of about 1,000.000 feet
iu tlio water waiting to be towed down.
Blimoy's logging camp is boing worked
for all it is worth during the fine
weather at present prevailing. The
owners aro not working their -mining
at present but may in thB future.
Prospectors are to be mot with in can*
oes and boats all along the coast but
no vory rich now discoveries are repotted.. It is said that a blast furnace
is to bo addod to the iron mines on
Texada island and will prove a very
useful addition.— Courier.
CHILDREN ENJOY
Tlni pleasant flavor, gentlo action and
soothing effects of Syrup nf Figs, whon
in need of a laxative and if tho father or
mother bo costive or bilious tho inoBt
gratifying results follow its uso, bo that
it is the host family remedy known and
every family should havo a bottle.
Children Cryfor Pltcher-jCaslwia DAILY BRITISH COLUMBIAN, KEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., JULY 15, 1889.
VOLUME -VII.—NO. 12.
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Delivered ln tbe City, per year. MOO
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§itilg $ritish (Columbian
Wednesday Evenhis, July 15, I
The Colonist does not believo that
Victoria   can afford to "blow itself
in" on tho projoctod Victoria, Saanich & Westminster Railway. While
admitting   that   direct   connection
with the mainland—"or as direct ns
our isolated position will permit"—
would bo   a benefit to Victoria, it
thinks that the city ia asked to pay
rather too muoh for any advantago
that may accruo to it from the construction of the road.   "A guarantee
of live hundred thousand dollars for
twenty-five years at four por cent.,
and a subscription to tho stock list
of $375,000, says our cotemporary,
"form a very considerable addition
to the liabilities of the city, and we
are by no means suro that as many
and as great advantages as aro promised cannot be had at a very much
cheaper rate."   The Colonist continues : "The oitizens should remember that thoy will be asked in a few
days to contract a debt of over two
hundred thousand dollars [comprising, we suppose, the amounts in tho
two by-laws recently passed and tho
four new ones now before the ratepayers], the greater part of which ia
for water-works [that is, enlarging
and extending their present waterworks], which  nre a necessity, and
which the comfort and safety of the
city require to be placed in the best
possible condition.   Then a debt of
another half   million must be contacted   for the construction of   a
proper system of sewers.   The city
must be drained.   The health of its
inhabitants and its reputation as a
placo of residence imperatively demand that the construction of the
sewers bo no longer delayed."   Our
cotemporary is  certainly  right   in
urging the claims of necessary internal improvements before those of
costly, if hopeful, railway schemes.
But   these   are not all the reasons.
Tho Colonist would prefer, if money
is to be "blown in" to railways that
are to bridge thu gulf, that the ratepayers should go a little light on the
V. S. it N. W. R.R. and save some
of their loose chango to help ont the
Canadian Western later on,   Moreover  it  is  stated that a cheaper
scheme than the proposed road by
way of Saanich to this city is practicable and, under the circumstances,
perhaps   preferable.     This    latter
scheme is thus described • "Tho Island   Railway' Company havo  for
some time entertained the project of
making   the route to the mainland
shorter   by establishing a ferry between a point nenr Chemainus, and
Vancouver.   The  distance  to Osborne Bay by tho Island Railway is
about  thirty-three miles, and the
distance from that harbor to Vancouver is thirty-three miles.   Tho
sixty-six miles, half by rail and half
by water, can easily bo covered in
three   hours   nnd a quarter.   The
gain   in time by this route will wo
have no doubt, be very nearly if not
quite jih great as that by the Saanich
route."   With regard to future assistance to the Canadian Western,
the Colonist  remarks that its construction  will   bo of "immense ad
vantage to Victoria as well as to tho
rest of the province," aud adds that
thero is a good prospect of its being
built in the near future and that "it
will bo to tho interest of Victorin to
bonus that road handsomely, but if
it fritters its means and weakens its
credit by giving the bettor part of a
million dollars to this Victoria, Saanich ifc  New Westminster Railway,
which will, after   nil, bo   nothing
morn   tlinir au   appendage to tho
Canadian Paciiic, it will not bo in a
position   to give substantial aid to
the Oanadian Western, of which it
is to be the ocean terminus." While
admitting   the   reasonableness and
forco of some of tho Colonist's arguments   in   advising  tlio citizens of
Victoria to go slow on bonusing the
V.S. it N. W. R.R., it is evident,
from ita own words, we think, that
our   cotemporary is   contemplating
advising the people of the capital to
mortgage, their shirts in nid of the
Canadian Western.    We nre afraid
the Colonist  is so much prejudiced
in favor of   the   latter road that it
cannot properly appreciate the advantages of tho former.   The other
journals of the capital havo not yet
expressed themselves on the subject.
We hope the Times doesn't intend
to remain on tho fence as a "dispassionate spectator" on  this question,
We had very nearly done our co-
temporary of the Times an injustice-
for, sinco writing the above, its issue
of the 13th has come to hand, and
lo! it has got down off the fence
"kerflop," ond literally wiped up all
the ground in the enclosure with its
faint-hearted cotem. the Colonist.
Says the Times: "The Colonist does
not tako a very roseate view of the
proposed Victoria, Saanich & New
Westminster Railway, and uses as a
foil to the enterprise tho size of tho
subsidy asked, together with that
atill nebulous schemo of the Island
Railway's, to establish a ferry near
Ohemainus connecting with the
mainland. The arguments, howover,
whioh the Colonist uses to kill the
Westminster-Blaino route, as submitted* by Mr, DeCosmos, are com
pletely nullified by its declaration of
Victoria's 'isolation.' AVhat does
tho argument against contracting a
debt amount to compared with isolation and loss of commercial prestige T Verily, these Victorians talk
brave, and deserve to get on. What
do the Royal citizens think about
that last sentence of our cotempo-
rary's? Can the royal cily koop pace
with a community animated by such
sentiments 1 But tho Times takes a
fresh grab of its victim by tho scull'
of the libel, and tlio seat ef tbo un-
inontiouableBj and continues: "Why
should Victoria decline to entertain
a proposition whoso fulfillment
would make her the terminus of the
Canadian Pacific, on the strength of
the rumor that tho Island Railway
contemplates a movo in the same
direction. This enterprise has boon
open to the Island Railway for some
time past, and we huvo heard nothing of it, but i-o soon us another
company proposes lo carry the
scheme into effect, up popaotir.Is-
liuid Railway friends declaring a
willingness to do the same thing."
The Times then gives its readers
some good advice, somo of which is
of it general nature, and may be
profitably adopted by others than
Victorians: "It must havo struck
Victorians by this time that there
is no kind of help like self help;
that if tlitty expect to overcome tho
disadvantage^ of isolation they must
put up for it. * * * No business
man hesitates to contract a debt,
when by so doing hn extends his
facilities for making money, and tho
rulo is perfectly applicable to muni
oipalities. * * * The rule has:
been established that the thrift of
cities depends largely ou themselves,
and particularly where the natural
advantages aro lacking." Says the
Times further: "In our opinion a
proposition involving advantages so
important to Victoria us presented
in the ferry scheme would have
been accepted by any other city
without one dissenting voice and the
stock subscribed on the spot. The
advantages of proposed connection
are two fold. Victoria, to all essentials, would be the terminus of tlie
Northern Pacific as well as of the
Canadian Paciiic Railway--/' To
judge from the attitude of tho Vancouver press on this Victoria, Saanich & Westminster Railway question, the "suit water terminus"
would appear to be afraid that what
thn Timet, says is correct, with respect to tho O.P/R; at any rate. Our
cotemporary concludes: "Thia is ti
plain proposition, thorn is nothing
misty ubout it, mid if Victoria will
consult her best interests she will
not wait for the parties who have
schemes in contemplation, nor heed
the unbusiness counsols oF the Colonist) but take hold of tho schemo
which has been presented nnd push
it to an early completion." And
with a one, two, three, capped by a
blood-curdling whoop, a limp bedraggled rag — tho remains of the
"wretched" Colonist-—Is tossed over
tbe fence, und tho Times cracks its
heels together thrice, and climbs up
to its roost on tho pickets, looking
as "dispassionate" as if nothing had
happened.
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—Hev. Thos, Baldwin, pastor.
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I't-NNiMillAM, Pri'slik-nl; Ml---i UrUeck
Ki'iToliiry,
UNION LODGE So. 0, A. V,
st a, H.—The regular moot*
.ie .Mnsonlo Tom pin on theflr:d,
Jay In each montb, at7t80 o'olook
:i. iii. s-ijoii ru iii-,'lire! Iiren arc conlhilly
iiviiijii Ui attend.—W, 0. Coatham, Sec,
nO-VUi) OP TttA.UU. Board Hoom,
r> odd'-.-ll-nvt* Brlok Bloclt, rip-stairs
Council mrnsts on tho tlrf*t iuiiI third Wort*
ncs'.liiy In each innnlli.nl'l p.m. tinarlcrly
moclhi^HOii llio Wild of Feb., May , An;,'.,
and Nov., at 7:80 p. m. New incinbi-n'
may he proposed nml olectod nfcany (iiinr-
f-orly iiniotliur.—I). Houson, soo.
AUCTION SALE
W. 11. CLARICE, AIICTIONKEII,
¥ AM IN-STIIUCTEDIIYTHEMORTGA-
1 . u«e lo sell by publle Auction at tbo
Salesroom, Htoro st„ opposite tbe Depot 0/
tbo B. AN. Hallway,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
On Tuesday, the 16th Instant,
Aa Bho now lion In Victoria Harbor,
The Steamer
AMELIA
160 foci. lorii',2flfeet beam, 8 faetO Inches
depth of hold. 222tonnre[{lsteredlonn»!'e
nnd draws aboutOJiJ feetof water loaded.
For further particulars  apply to the
Auctioneer.
TBBMB O^.S*H.
W. RrCLARKE,
djyfltd AUCTIONEER.
NEW WEST!
(•»■*-
onveyanpeh
m
MACKINTOS
ies Public.
r.?c3.!T--;:"i-*.Oi-*.o   l*Tc.  Gl.
nu]
j
Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Safe Cheap.   Terms easy.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
■Money to Loan.
COLONIAL HOTEL BUILDING,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
WX__H--___-_M-,HS,-_-V,T.-.Vl _'. y_V. .*J<_^MiZJt3_--__
[-'lit i.-KKXOH TOD. JIcl'llAIJEN)
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FIRST-CLASS
•      e
bWB DO NOT SPECULATE ODESELVES, but nivo nur onn.
tumors tlio lionolll of nil our .[jeoinl bai*gftijis.
OFFICES:-- --■-■--•■
176 CORDOVA ST.
VANCOUVER.
51 VATES ST,
VICTORIA.
SB*- mi MS MM «>    tSb.: ®C! m
Coti'crs Hoaatcd nml Ground on the Promises.   Fino Teas a, Specialty,
dwly »«.»~»«^..~OOI.UMBIA STREET-
Pia'no Tuning!
\/tll. .?.,!:. FBSTiWMON. from Brow
lV|   v,,i<l <_ >.,n;:., I.„ nioii, I -::l,n;.l, nil
[.'.'■■    •■_ ..fl:   t_   .|i';':    V.'; .| v^'" wii
nttenil Jo union IcRatMr.Zoil. B. Hull'
iljlylml'
Notice to Builders
i'i-:ci'[vi-;n it
Ot Till'KSlUY,
isMi.*ni.v. ni ['O-vGiitionr, Harris &Co.'s
iillliv, CuioniHl l-loclt, I'lilnmiuii -.treed,,
Ni-v: Wi'.-iiiii:i-■I'i'.wliM'i! pluiisiiml s|.'-i-I-
ti!l'iV''Vn'.-!iM!i''niid,'(-'iriipli't(iii    nf   thn
liniCK UUIIjDINOnl tin- souih-onst ear-
ni-i'i.r i'iHii:it.i;ui!iil MrK'iMi/.iu Klroi't- extension, 'Hi- lowest or nny tender nol
iiPcpssarJIy uccoptod, dJlylOld
Plants for Bale!
 -AT THE	
Douglas Street, Nursery,
OIlDKltf- TAKEN  FOIt  I'ltt'lt AND
oilNAMKNTAl'i 'J'HKKS,   including
nil the loiullngvarlotlesof
Api»lcs( Pcni'Si Plums, Cherries,
 AlSO-—■
SlIALIi I'Udltfl nf every Uosorlptton.
Himiiin-fs, Hi-ftiiii)* and t'ruHBesmado
0ddwap8yl P. LATHAM.
e
Merchant liillor
HEAUTIt'lIL  ItANOE OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
.Slui'Ul :;inl Clmck
l'-OB SI'IlINfl ANDSUMM.:,:.
Opp. Colonial Hoteu
Columdia St.,   ■  New WestmisstBu,
(hvmi^sio
PXO 113' :_zA 33 S3.
KSTABHSHED 1SI2.
Jas, Cimiiincrliam
o
COLUMBIA STBEET, WESTMINSTEB, S. C.
IJII'miTEtt 01'
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints!,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Ohinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sower Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANITI'ACTURUU OK
fltS»TM& SHEET-IRON WARE.
CONTRACTS l'OH
Iron Cornice Work, Ons-fittiiis*.
Pliimbliig. Boollnic, &e.
CITY BREWERY!
JLl&l   JAle>'l
Tho Very Host, in the City is Browoil hy
JOHN W.  ANDRZEJEWSKI
At lho City Brewory, Agnes Street,
Orders left nt. Dickinson's Butcher Shop
shull havo prompt atlontlou. Glvo ns it
trliil and jnugo for youraolves.
Now Wesl., .Tilly in, I860. iijlyi3Lo
LAND SURVEYORS,
Esal Sskto, Insurance, Financial -A^ts
AND CONVEYANCERS.
agents -irox-*,
PinB.—Tlio Western of Toronto-Till! AU-
no, Tho Cily of London, and Thn Ilni'i-
fonl,
ilFE.*-1The Now York Lifo Iimurnnco Co.
AOOIDaJWT-TheTravoiloi'S'oflTarWoril
Lnnd Stu'voyinu in ull Ilshranohotjno-
onratolytind promjuly cawlml out.
Oity fti«! Sttisuri'itn LitiKlsior SJnle.
Wo oan show a oopiploto 11 -r. nf tloslrajula
localities.
li-nrmliiKLond*;, !inpiciv,--:i und unlm-
pmve.Mliroiii-lii.ul lho dlslrlct.
ItUnliiS nnd other Stock Uonght nml
told.
Honey to I-onn on llrsl  inorlsagfltlt
lowfotos. 	
TRLKPnOKB OATjI, No. 1)3,
1'. 0. DltAWBH W.
WOODS, THIOER Ai GA31BLB,
Office, Elubb's Biodk,  -   Columbia Street
nkw westminstki*.
tlmlll-itr
AUCTION SALE
01' TIIE
"Soyiil Clolumbinn MospMal
Sito, iisid BuJldlugs.
I HAVE BEES' mSTKUOTltl) 11VTIIE
1  'ruisiri.s.if i hi-1 :■>■.'i I'liiitiiih'iin H'in-
iiiliil In';. II l.v I'lil.tii; Alu-lliiillll  llinl.'o-
lonliil Hotol,Kow Woslmlnsln', oi,
Monday, lhe 22ncl Day of Inly,
Al BO'Cloi'It ,: M ,
Lota 13, U, «•">, i«, IT anil 18,
Block XSSI.
Now Wuimliuto'rCily, sllunlc nn Amirs'
- tn-,'!, I.,-I,,.' Ilii'|.ns..:il silenf tin' linvnl
Cull ilnnTriwptlBl.
Thit miu iv is vo >• ollilhlysliiiiilmi
on llie nnp   ■ slilo o( lho prlnolpill 1'0-il-
[loncostropl of tin-oily tl cotnrnmiils ;i
vlnw.,1 Hi.■ l>*r:is,T ,ilvoi-I'ikI mill worn.
Timlin I'inil hilll'llni! nml llio -.Iiiwi-'I's
toshh noowlll In.m.|.||.|suiiiollni".
TiTlim rsnli'WllI Iii'-1,',cash,"jlllll	
n Hi nml '„ in "lx Innlillis Irom lho
lln'oi'Mili'l lm Inlorrsl.
1'ils nr.1,,,1 will In-i:lvi'iil'ill,oiiurcl„i>i<r
oriinivliii "V- onlln.'.'i.i|iiMinnnr.v.l-|i|',
whon lln-ln-i. piiynioiil. of lho porchnso
monoy will he iloo.
Will nlso bo nolil nl milno llinoi
l.ol 4, Hlock XVII, NowWos'inlnsli.i.
Cllly.   Allfonood,
l-iils I, 'J, II, KillHllvlslon of l.l)t II, [Hook
1, Now wnsllilllistor,
Tonn"—'/, cnsli, linlnnoo In ono yi'nrot
8l""""R T..,. TIIAI',',
Jy2tllil Aliolhnii'irr,
Farmers, Attention I
THE UNDKnSIIONEU HAS
FOR SALE
—AT—
Chtlliw-Dck, B. C.
31 Fiu'in Watsons.
IH Buck Iloai'ds.
1 Sjian well mult'licd 4-ycni- »ltl
Black liorscs.
3 Single DHvltiir Horsea.
(> -loivs and I'nlvcs.
10 Head Steers,
1 Trotting Winton.
ITaT A Full Uno ol Cooking Stoves,
Heating Stoves, Tinware, Hardware,
Groceries, Tlry Ooods, Notionu, Crock-
ory ii Stoneware, Clothing, Hats it Cups,
l)rng.i, I'aini Jinplonients, House Film,
fallings, Funiitiuv, nnd tlio Largest Lino
of Hoots anil Shoes abovo Westminster
ami the most Complete Stock of fleneral
Merchandise,
COMB   AND ' BXAMINK   AND BE
CONVIKCH1),
HEiMDERSOP" BROS,
JylOdi&WlIm
i 1^ tTl.l-tl
k.
Fresh Haras.
Fresh Bacon'.
Pure Ganaciian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
Oesei^iiYTcorCaiii'iiiisia & Blackie Sts
.O ■:•
JUST RECEIVED,
A (JAR-LVAI) 0¥
ell? Rice Goil-spring § McLaughlan
k wj as- «cs m sm c*m
DUPLEX, HANDY,  I5RADLKY & OTHER
3isoerat aiifi tSxpress
W The Eeiii and Cheapest
British Columbia.-**£|
8
-,'c-.- offered for sale in
'Toronto' Mowers
Maxwell. Blowers
The Little RAaxwell
Steel IiMe Binders.
AOJI.
.        ...
Ji^±i^
M
h&<t
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Planet, p*.- Warden Tools,
Bi.ii.WfiB Mowers, &«.. &e«
f"? D It '
li\.£i6\A
mm&r;g
Sharp's Oo.   .-•■■
Saxwell Ocs.      ' ""M^i((((§
Siii iiiiu »i pit,
CoiiiinliiH Street, New Westminster.
VAN yp'LKENBURQM   BROS.
Wholesale and Hetail Butchers.
MEAT PIIRVEYOKK  IN OESIEttAIn     VWiWi ASH  CORKED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HANB.
*3rSpccial lines quotntl for tlio shipping trade.   Family urdersstrictly attended
to.   Hotels will find it to thoir interest to place their ordors with tbo above linn,
ili'noly
LONDON
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN &"WlGHENBA0.H,
PJOOOESSOBS TO \V. B. TOWNSKND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEA1
Mams, litem., Sousugc, Kologims, a*]t<'.
\t__uxr*?.\ r.-_r:__:^iaKfx_v.Wi_.:
0 GOiyilVIERCSA^.PRSNTfNG-
Tun Coi.miiiiA:.' PiiiOTiNO Estabiishmekt lins flr-t-olas* fnctitiea foi
nil kinda of Oommoroial Prbiting. Bili l!?;iils Lutlef I'iKills. Clroulars,
Cards, Envelopes, lil,iii!< Forma of ovory desoriptlorii Postere, Dodflera,
PriCO Lisls, Ac.    T'rionii vill lio found nil low nn nt any othor oflioo ivlioro
(irst-olnsB work iH donti.
sir a  b n-i
tfiy Ms Uk
ILU
Just Keceived, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINGE JANUARY.
I Intending Buyers should make a, note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
E. S, «
MuitiaOewMBiiata
tits,, fas
ilwnoJyl
THIS Sl'.'.CK UKUiNUS 'JO
H. T. REkD & CO
HAIIIH'.'AUi': MI'.lll'.flAN'lll
li.: .'.„-i.j-jjq.iiaa
The NEW WESTMINSfER
FiunflQiiBndNflcninOvSiop
Fiont St., i-'ew Wostminstor, B. C.
aoBHKiT X..A.-W-,      -      -      »-rja.ET.<-L«r3-:;ff!i.
ivr.A.Kn3irj-_ca*Tj-37'-i':x^s onr
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY
ACHlCIJHWRAli A ALL KINDS 01' 1UA0IUNERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRIKQ DOiiE Willi NEATNESS ASD DISPATCH.
1*. 8,—*All oi'tlovfl from llio upper ooiintry promptly -iltcmluil It-.
G'has. MoDONOUGH,
ffesiiiMsteflilkliioieiiieois
EXTRA FAMILY B.I.ANKET8,
WNELS; WOBSTEDS k all MMsof Woolen Boatls
KEA'SJ.Y-MADE CLOT'llDRfG.
"TJ The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of tho Nelv Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dirilnotc
SO
.JU
RICHARD GTREEV, HEW WESTtWir'aTEr?.
MANLIV.CI'L'ILKI.:' AKD  UBALKK8 tit
IMyfiiiiilriolLiisf
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SM10N BOIES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS.
_e_.Z_.Z_Z,  ZAJZiZb  JCXITX3S  03T.
Wood Furnishing for Canneries,
Donrs.    Fs-aiffles,    Wilnlows-
MoiildinflrH. Balnsteii-s,
BMiBids. Bj-ac!«cts.
BEsiillin'i;!!*, Nlewels-
?m\ AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
iml'Mlvly
Toniers for Street fork.
rpKNltKHHWIT'I*  MW   HKOKIN'Kl) UP
JL. lo I l>. in. nn  WKDNKHDAY, .luly
Ter.iler tor
iti- Chair*
, Cily Hull,
I'lli, mm, for tlio
OLEARltfQ & CWDIKC OF PARK LAIIE.
Bonl nml mark letidci-a-
I'lU-lt   I,!lllll,»   litl'l   UlllllTIH
limn nf tllO RtMll-d ot Wo:
Nrtiv Wufitrii Ulster.
Ko tfimlur will bn e ntor tal tied unlei'S
tififlomimtilotl iiv'i iloiioBlf.i(|iml tiiBiuT
cent, in" iiino'iiil' cf li'iirli'i', avIiIoIi do-
posli slitill ho foifi'iicd K iioruon
itiidi'i-ii-.'.: ilciillui-*) - or TilN to en-
lof intn ii rontrnol tor tin- work
when oallQ'J upon to.ilnHO,  in tlio ovont
>f » luidiU'51^ lii'lii;,' iii:tr|)!i'il. lilt! iliil'D-fit
Will
■olu
ut.
Tlio lowost or noy ten Jit not nocos*
BftrllyQeoeptcil,
.1. fl. JAQUKB.
Cliaii'iiimiof Hoiinlof works.
OlI'VHiill,
New WOfltllltllSler, July 12, 1889.     012U1
jSTOTIOB.
NOTIOK 13 HKIIRBY «!VKN THAT
I intend making ftp plication Lo tlm
Honourable* tlie Chief Cuiiimlsj-lonoi' ot
tntiil.-i imd Worlt-i fur imnnlsNlnii lolenso
tlio rol!owlii'.*(li'!'i'i'lbL-(l Inii'lsof liiiut:
1. CdmiiioiioltiffntiiBtiikosHiiiitrd south
of a liilfolyliiBi-ji-it-iif Heop Hny, Vi.-Miltt*
tlon t-'ouml; niiinlin* tlioiieo :i(» < liuliii*
Koiltli, (.lieiiot- (hi cIiiiIiih eiiHl, tlieiieo I!fl
iihaln-i !iiii'lli,ttit'iirol!0«liniiiNi.'ii''t,tlieiico
■ID (<li:ii;iH tKirlli, tlioneii 'HI clinltin wphI,,
llii-in- ■ liichiiln; north, tllOUOO HI clilllll'l
West, llienco nil clmlim  mhiMi, llionoo *I0
oliitlus west-tbence to Jiolnt of eoinmjtioo'
ment.
2. Conimoiioingntapoalat tho nioulli
of alUllosli-i'iun MirliuliiH aouth of Tlbbs
IMlnt, UnzulHliUnl; ruiintiu* tlience went.
iOclniliiM-Boiitli LS clmlns, wesl. 15 i-linlns,
Konlh,']ctuilnF, ii-fst 28 (ilinlliH, nortii \2
ehftlna,wcHt. k eiiai-iH, nortii 21 elmlns,
witfit ii clmlnH, north fi oholnH- wchi. ti
eluihiM, north 21 clilllll'l- oiiMt~-2l cIiiiIuh,
s-oillh liichiiln!', i'HN|, fii! ('linlnii, norlli 21)
chnlns, e.i'it '.irt cIiiiIiih to   shore, tlirnco
along slioro to plnco of commottooinent,
HENRY V, EDMONDS.
July 9, 1889, ilJlyOinl VOLUME VII.- NO. 12.
DAILY BRITISH OOLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B, 0., JULY 15, 1680.
MUTILATED MONEY.
An Interesting Feature of Uncle
Sam's Financial Methods.
What In Done With tho Grout Amount of
Currency  Thut Hindi*  lta   Wny Into.
lho (Sub-Treasurlcs-A Uutl X'tuco
for Couuturfells. "
The United Statos is not only vory rich,
but it is exceedingly particular nbout the condition nml appearance of its paper money,
imd whenever ono of ilsuilia comes back
' into tho hands of its agents in a mutilated
condition it is seized upon at once, and a
bran-new bill is substituted in its place.
This method on the Government's part, says
iho New York Commercial Advertiser, is tho
cause of an interesting stato of affairs at
■ iho cub-Treasury in Wall street, whore
more cash is stored aud whero tiio daily receipts and disbursements aro larger than in
uny other ono building in tho world.
Mutilated currency reaches tlio sub-Treasury in llio form of deposits, mixed with new
notes nnd occasionally even with counter
icits. As tlio deposits are counted tho clerk
assorts the bills. Thoso tliat uro good and
lit for circulation aro placed by themselves
and tho mutilated pieces aro culled out and
condemned. Another source of receipt of
,- mutulated currency is tho great banks of
,    tho city. At thoso places pains aro taken to
■ sort out tho spoiled monoy, and wlion a
sufficient quantity has been gathered it is
i, sent ovor to tho sub-Trcasui'v in bulk for
redemption nnd uew bills recoived in ox-
change. Theso packages from tho banks
contain all tbo wny from (COO up to £10,000,
, Tho great majority of lho mutilated money
consists of tho smaller denominations of
bills, tho ones, twos and lives forming the
heaviest bulk, though many tens and twenties find themselves numbered among tho
disreputable-moss. Tho hundred, live bun-
divil and even thousand dollar notes aro not
infrequently found among thoir less aristocratic nssoclatos, though thoy seldom pro-
sent tho ragged and filthy appearance of
somo of tho lesser denominations.  It is
I estimated that nonrly $0,000,001) per month,
or 580,OM,O0O per year, of mutilated currency passes through tho sub-Treasury nud
is sont on to Washington for final destruction. Now bilt3 nro substituted for tho old
ones so withdrawn from circulation, ho
I    there ia no loss to any person.
Tho rule at tho sub-Treasury is that nny
- United States or National bank bill will bo
redeemed on presentation, no matter how
' badly mutilated, provided not moro than
ouc-tcnth of tho bill is missing. Beyond
that proportion tho bill onu bo oont to tbo
Treasury Departmental Washington, whero
it is redeemed in proportion to lho amount
> remaining down to fifty per cont. of the faco
of tho note.  If tho loss is ovor half of tho
I    noto it will not bo redeomed, unless tho
"  owner can prove that tho missing part has
r boen totally destroyed, in which case tho
full valuo of tho origiual bill may be recovered.
Tho clerks in tho receiving department,
'' besides culUng out tho lnuitlatcd bills that
come into tlio Treasury, aro on the constant
lookout for counterfeits, and ns tboy aro
tho most export judges of money, selected
becauso of their experience and quickness
" in that respect, Itls a vory difficult and a
most unusual thing for a bill that is not
genuine to pass their trained oyes without
detection. Moreover, if tho clork hy any
possibility allows a counterfeit to pass him
nnd bo recoived, ho is held personally responsible and is obliged to mako good tbo
consequent loss put of his own pocket, for
the Government bas no profit nnd loss account. Its cash must balance ovory night
in good and lawful monoy.
But so quick aro tne several clerks In detecting spurious papor that, though they
are counting bills at tho rato of 100 n minute, tiio momentary glaucont tho bill us 11
pusses undor thoir oyo is sufflciont for thom
I to select tbo good from tlio bad. On an av-
orngo between B00 and U00 counterfeit bills
\   a mouth nro brought iuto tho sub-Treasury.
Host frequently thoy como ns part ofde-
■  posits, nnd from tho banks, whilo vory ofton
men como nlong and mako inquiry nbout
doubtful bills.  The invariable ruloondis-
,i   cove-ring a bill to bo counterfeit is to stamp
.1 it with a steel die that cuts tho word " counterfoil" in large capital letters out of tho
ir   bill.
j Tho word is stamped two or threo limes
across tho face, whioh so thoroughly mutilates it that it is useless forever after. No
matter who presents tbo bill or to whom it
belongs, tho insignia of the fraudulent char
noter is cut into it, and iti diameter st
, thoroughly exposed lhat it can never again
bo circulated. Aftor the bill has been
stamped it io returcd to ils owner, nnd frequently there ensues nu exhibition of anger
\   and rage thnt is comical as woll ns pitiful,
i, us tlio owner discovers fora fact that his
bill is worthless.  But what generally hurts
•   blm most is, lhat it- has beon oo cut and do-
■' atroyed that he is unable to pasa it on any
ono elso.
"Tlioro aro comparatively fow counterfeits ln circulrtion now," said Mr. George
Marlowe, recently. "Most of the prominent
manufacturers of that kind of money nre
■ now serving terms iu pi-faon, and the rigid
1 and persistent pursuit of counterfeiters and
I tho severe sentences meted out to them
1L when convicted hnvo dono much to break
f\ up tbo business. Tbo most dangerous ro-
■ oent couhtbrfot is a five-dollar silvor nolo,
it which seems to havo been mado in Canada,
as it is circulated mostly ulongtho Canadian bordor.   liaised bills aro frequently
brought in; that io, bill3 of ono deuominn-
'  tion altered so ns to represent a larger do*
■ nomination, but they nro gonornlly so crude
thnt only tho most careless or ignorant person could bo imposed upon by thom. Such
raised bills, if genuine in other respects,
nro redeemed at tho original face valuo of
tho bill."
At this point a porter shouldered two
packages of punched and cancelled currency, contnining $100,000 each, and carried
tiicin to the express oflice to bo forwarded
to Washington for final destruction by firo.
hang Lho guilty, lio went on to say I hat ho
had thought that if lie could got on the jury
ho might bo able to secure Wall-air's acquittal und at the samo time savo his own
neck, but rather than bco au innocent man
suffer bo would givo himself up.
It was a dramatic scone. Amid the most
profound astonishment ho was hoard
through and when ho finished Walker wns
released. Tho records show that Mitchell
was afterward convicted and executed.
Another extraordinary caso of clrcutn-
Btautial evidonco occurred inn town on lho
banksof tbo Totinesseo river several years
ago. Two travelers had gono to a hotel,
and wo"" placed for tho night iu tho same
room, Livi in separate beds. Tho next
morning ono of tbem waB gono, and traces
of blood were found from tho hotel lo the
river, It was belioved that ho had been
murdered and thrown into tho river, and
tho other traveler was arrested. Tho accused denied his guilt, and established an
excellent reputation, and tho fact that ho
had no object in murdering tho mnn. Yet
circumstances pointed so strongly and directly towards hlm that ho was convicted
of murder in tho first degree, and tho date
of his execution fixed. Tho caso was, of
course, published In tbo newspapers, and
was seen by tho man who was supposed to
havo been murdered In New Orleans,
where he wns engaged In business. Ho
lost no time in notifying tho'authorities
and securing tlio release of an innocent
man. Ho snld mat during the uight ut the
hotel lie had beon attacked by Weeding rt
tho noso, and, arising, had gono to llio rivor
to bathe his faco and wuit till tho bleeding
had stopped. Whilo thoro a steamboat
came along, and, going nboard, ho proceeded to Now Orleans. Thus woro lho
trucks of blood from tho hotel to tho river
accounted for.
CIRCUMSTANTIAL  EVIDENCE.
A Mnrrtorcr Situ on u Jury That tries an
Innocent Mun I'm* the Crime.
An interesting cbbo of circumstantial evidence ending in confession is reported from
im Ohio town, says tho Kansas City Times,
Botween two prominent citizens n bitter
ft-ii'l hud at ono timo oxistoi], but It hud np-
paicnily   died  out.   Their   names woro
V Thomas Simpson and   William Mitchell.
■ Ono duy just us u fartnor who was plowing
camo lo tho road und Blurted lo turn his
team around ho beheld n sight through tho
bodge which riveted him lo tho spot. Ho
saw a man who was holding a horso by tho
bridle bend ovor tho form of a man lying in
lho mul and pull n dagger from tho breast
of lho lattor.  It was a murdor and tbo
I'doml man wns Thomas Simpson, The
farmer notified tho authorities and James
Wulker, whom bo had Been pull tbo dagger
from tho murdered man, was arrested. He
was a stranger and maintained that when
passing along in tho road bo bad como upon
the dead body of Simpson and dismounted.
When bo was tried Mitchell, thomurdoreii
innu'n old-lime enemy, was managed to bo
chosen upon tho jury. Tho trial was
an cxciling ono, nnd whon tho jury re.
tired ovory body expected ft prompt
conviction, Uut tho first ballot stood
eleven for conviction and ono for acquittal. Mitchell positively refused to voto
for conviction and stood firm against the
arguments and expostulations of the othori,
1 Tboy reported to the court thoy could not
ngrco und woro sont back to the jury-room.
' On their wny back ono of tbo jurors asked
Mitchell: "Why Is It you can not ngreo
with un und find a vordict or guilty!'' "I
know tho man Ib not guilty," Being unable
to ngreo tho jury was discharged. The In*
dlgiuilion ran high whon It becamo known
to t he populaco Hint, tho jury had disagreed
Hund ti mob at onco organized to lynch
Walker. I.Io wns takon from tho jail nnd a
popo procured, but nsitwas being plnced
upon his neck Mitchell appeared In tho
crowd, and lu aloud voice demanded Hint
they hour a otatement from hlm. Ho told
thorn that thoy woro about to hnng nn innocent man, for it wns ho who had murdered
Simpson. lie had mot him in tho rond
wl "O tbo body had boen found, tho old
[oi IbCtWOOn thom had beon renewed nnd
ho haoVItHlod hlm. Uo insisted that inslond
of punishing an InnocQut mau thoy now
A LAZY   MAN'S  LUCK.
Ifo In Driven from Homo und SturablOB
Upon ii Fortune.
About throo yonrs ago Frank Martin sold lho
Horn silvor initio at Era ror tl.t.,000. By his
drinking and gambling ho hns reduced this to
ubout 11,030, nnd his wife now petitions lho pro*
Onto court to havo a guardian appointed for
him,—.Idaho Register,
To read tho abovo paragraph, says tho
Nez Force flews, ono would naturally say
that there wus nothing In it; that it was a
common overy-dny occurrence. But read
tlilat Threo years Frank Martin was as
worthless and tony a vagabond us could well
bo produced—ono of thoso who novor missed
a meal or paid a cont. Ho resided ah a placo
called Era, m Alturns County, in this Territory, had no occupation, and sponged his
living from his brother, who had a small
ranch and kopt tho post-office by llie roadside. One day his brother's wife requested
Frank to cut her somo wood. Ho refused,
wobroupon sho beat him out of lho houso
with tho rolling-pin and forbade him to ever
enter hor doors again. Sad and dejected at
the condition of affairs, Frank walked up
a hill in tho rear of his onco happy home,
until wlthlu a short distanco of Its summit,
when ho sat down upon a flat rock, at tho
same lime id retching out his legs und bracing his feet ngainst a Small bowlder in
front of him.- Ho bad not been thero long
when tho bowlder undor his feet gave way
and went rolling down tho hill. Frank
raised himself and listlessly followed aftor
tho rolling stone—and just here wo will
digress nnd say that his thou expeneuco
exploded tho old aphorism that u "rolling
stono gnthors no moss "—and, picking it up,
wns surprised at Its weight and general appearance. Ho showed tho stone to some miners soon after, and thoy pronounced it horn
silvor .bro of tho richest oharactor. Thereupon Frank prospected the place and soon
found u ledgo which paid him big from tho
start, bo that in less than a mouth after
opening tho mino Mr. Frank Martin's check
wus worth Ub fnco from $3,000 to 85,000, Ho
had hosts of o warm friends—indeed hia
friends woro red-hot—reaching from Houston ontho north to Blackfoot in tlie center,
and Hniley and Salt Lako iu tho east.
Ono evening, after delivering a Bbtpment
nfhis oro to Lho reduction works atltailoy,
Ur. Martin dropped into a restaurant and
ordered a squaro meal. Ho was promptly
served by a comely waiter-girl, und, being
in a somewhat hilarious mood, challenged
tho girl lo marry him thon nnd there. Who
nccepted Ida proffer, a justico of the penco
was sent for, and tho twain woro made ouo.
About six months after this bo sold his
mine for tho sum abovo stated, und, naturally enough, lho transition from extreme
Indigence to much wealth unshipped what
litUo Intellect ho had.
Moral: Wealth is n blessing to some, bnt
a quwo to other'].
Vlf'TUE   REWARDED.
ow n Canvasser for n Kclir-.-'oit'- l'ltpcr
Captured ii Jersey Town.
Benevolence beamed from his eyes.    His
iso had piety in its strnlgbtness of contour. Over his lips language gently trickled
as honey Irom an overfull Jilvo. Iu short,
ho was a first-class canvasser for u rolig-
lous new:.paper, and this is the story bo
lold tho Topical Talker of tho Pittsburgh
Dispatch; "Last summer I was pushing a
New York religious journal In the becalmed
villager, of Central Now Jersey. One- afternoon 1 reached n little placo which can vory
appropriately bo called Sicopyville. It was
tbo drowsioat collection of houses, huuma
beings and cows, especially cows, that I had
encountered ull that summer. But it was
prosperity) plenty to oat nud drink, plenty
of timo to do both, whicli mado lho village
close its oyos half tbo day and all night.
'I went Btrarght to tbo minister.-1 houso.
Nevor think of going anywhere olso first,
my boy, If you nro n canvassing fo i* n religious paper. Tho minister wns a nice fellow, and I booked him early In tho dny. Ho
pressed mo to slay to supper. It was warm,
tho minister was entertaining, his quarters
comfortable, so I stayed. After supper tho
minister had to go to prayer meeting. Ho
asked mo to go along. It was not my euo
to refuse.  I wont.
After there had been somo praying dono
and a hymn had been sung tho minister
roso uud, .looking nt mo, said: 'Wo will
uow ask Brother—,' moaning mo, 'to
lend In prayor,!
"I thought mighty quick for about ten
seconds; my thinking flywhcol flow around.
It was a question of policy I was dobating
lu that interval. Thou I said: 'For a reason whieh I shall bo vory glad to explain
after the meeting Is ovor, I must bog to be
excused from leading tbo prayers.'
"Tlio pnstor accepted my declination
gracofullyand callod upon somebody else.
After the mooting was ovor I wont up to
tho minister und said: 'Tho reason 1 did
not ncccpt your kind imitation to load in
prayer was that I was afraid my motives
might bo misunderstood. You seo my business Is to obtain subscriptions for a certain
religious pnper. If I had led lu prayer
somo members of your congregation would
hnvo been sure to hnvo suspected mo of
trying to advortiso my paper In church.
Neither I nor my employers would tol-
orato such a suspicion for a moment.'
Tho minister was profuse in his praise
of my straightforward mot-hods. I think he
must huvo suid something about tho matter
to his congregation, for with hardly an ox-
coption thoy subscribed for tho paper.
Verily virtuo has Ub own reward,"
Direction Iii Tom poring.
A Phtlapolphla tool manufacturer Instructs tho workman to hold largo steel
toolB In a north and south lino whilo thoy
aro being temporal. Ho snys that many
years ago ho noticed tbat such tools would
ofton Hy apart when boing tempered if
hold "oast aud wost," nnd Unit the liability to suoh accidents was greatly lessoned, If not ontlroly obvlnted, if tho tool
was held "uorth and south."
A Motint-or bocoraotivo,
A passenger locomotive is building al tho
Bchonootndny sbopa for tho Michigan Oeu-
ti'ttl railroad thnt is said to bo thb largest in lho world. It has ton V'hcc!*i—
namely, threo pairs of coupled driving
wheels and four under l ho truck. Tho fli-ly
aro 08 inches in diameter. Thocy'.ln] ,-i
10 inchi's in diameter, wltbtwcii ; four*
inch oli'OkO, The boiler, which ; ■ '<;;■.
il, is ITj»i inches in diamoiei-aml 1...; 1*17
two-inch noml-slool lluc-i. The fliv i,-; i ■ 8
feot tong by 43J!|j liiokos wido, placed nbi .yd
lho frames, which slvoa Incronapd width.
Tho tank Is carried on two fOMMvljoutcd
I'hnnuul lrou trucks, Tho tank will hold
0,800 gallons, and the tender eight tons
THAT TERRIBLE PARESIS.
Are tli« tfimaiHtui People llveanilug
tiKaJlonof Luiiatlttf-I—Yli*- .right
"~fttl liioi'i-a*"* cf '(hij most pcciiliai
liitiai'I'y nml how ll Is inirctlt
There are mnny well known men confined in our Asy 1 urns who butn short ii mo
ago woro prominent among our business
and .Keotal clnlos.
Why are they there?
Pnnulflt
Uhlitcoinotawitdiice?
Nol at-all, It iviui a gradual butposltlvo
growth. Tiioyovorlaxodiinlin'e.Thodrnlii
on their vitality, Hid; uorre powers,
tbelr brain tisane, was loo g'put, nnd ilioy
gradually hut-f-urely sank nndL-r It, Thn
things tln-y did to bring thli* and i ndnbniil
nits picelo-dy the namo Ihlngi bring
,' ,i hy ihoiiMiiidsr.i mon and women
i .anv. I* Innnt Decennary to namo Ihom,
'.!!, yi.il.-io! ill-.iiMi-oii-.ly iii.ifi-st-ht'd-cil
tor. Pbuiii
rliiit-iitii ■■h
ul   I'n
foil
bat Paresis (>
:*,:iiip;l,ni   of   'h"   ii-ii'Jij  was  oni' «n-nt
ln-iiiii ;iii I in-: voiis system inusf be fori I
ilul lomi'i'l llii\!!miiK!r:i,:isv.-hii;liiiit dei'll
ll-.-bi-l uk upon It. llf.'iiH-i;:ul non ivi'iv
li-'i-'HiiiiiSdol-lliliili-d umt wiiiii.-n wenk-
■;])■■■(! l'ylh"l-*r-'SMiiv;iiid<;i>o>Mi'l. of |(f,.,
iiml hi'soiif-lit.amidi-'covi'h': tho remedy.
i'lilm-'.-i t.viury ('oinp-iuiul. if ih-inlv
t!il;i-fi,u'lll i'in.'v.-|hi-hr;;iii „rH  build up
him'i-lo-l. Ji i-; mil :> imi.-ol'fc. II ro^-ios
no tint-'.1', no nos'iuni-.-. Ii is p.irfoi' Iv
pure, II hi iibK'ili-Hy iiui'iiili-sii. Tin
lilf-h rlnmir.lorof li.i disci-voi'Dr guarantees lb!--', and tho Indfji'-iunu'lit of llu
mot! leal and chemical professions
prove it.
2.TOTICIL
DUnlNf. MV A'Vo'Ni*;* I'TtnM Till*
city Mr. New-inn A. Whhe will have
(•hiiir.i'of my business nod bus iiiiUioilty
tijcothel mul ilischiil'f-e HI ueeoillltH ill
connoelioii Ihei-f-wMi.ele,
ft. 11. WKI'!!.
Now Wostminstor, Juuo 6, lfiSO,    d)t(lm2
Invenavisli lursery
[HtWOvi:!) Fil'M SiUII CH TO VlGTCIIIA]
«END FOR CAT A LOG UK
O (illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut,
Flowers, S:c. Valuable-imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
diuli3l)mll VICTOBIA, li. O.
TIIE WKSTMIKSTKI
oiiltry'Vi
M m ,j0Hr'* G' cox> Pn0P*
ij.j Light t ti -nil mail,
Pari rid gu Oo-thhlni,
'^.r::.^ ■   IVhllcfaintWl'ltSimnlsh
White CrcAtUid, Bliu-k   ami Ooiiluu
Pol and tt,
Hai! dan Hi      Httvi-v-p-jitelU* il    il n in-
buiga.
Ul.-.-■ ii. t.i-sl uud Pill ('iiuiis.
Toiiloiisi! UceKO,       llOlteik Duchti,
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED l&is,
M. E. BiffiTH 65 CO.,
51llllllfiliiluii.f.-|.f All Kllillao"
Bread, Cakes !k Biscuits
Conlriictora by Anpnlntmonl to Her
Jliijesty'siioya! Wavy, the Dominion QoVornmont, &e.
Medal nnd l-lplom;-. nwiu-oi-.l i:t lho l'ol-
onhilund hnlluii lixliibiiion, London, Wtili.
tfAOTOTlY—Jfliv:. ra M.. .lnwa Way.
OFKIOES-67 Fori St., Victorin, if. O.
ilapSmfl
] 1
Thla Fino Townsito, at tho liYc->!i-T,Vnter
.lunctiou of Ilia
Southern Railw'y
r' stiifn a inn,' WrMinlnitfori
Una jiihI; lit'L'ii Kurveycil, ami  Ute Lots
uro for sain by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J, HILL & COMPANY
Ok Nkw Wgstmisstkr, ll. C.
Tlio advantages mul pi-oapeotn of tlita
Plot for a future thriving Town are
many.
Tho Land In tlio vicinity is good,
Thero are inexliauHlililo IRON OK13
DEPOSITS, of nsuperior quality, immediately nilitu'cnl, at well an vast strata of
tlio linest bUIIfDIKG SAND and TOT.
rmx olay,
On the Townsito are n numbor of valu*
abloUlKBItAL BV1UN0S,
Com mun laat ion liy land and wnter in
unequalled, by reason ol llie location of
the ToWllsito on   tlio 1'iMser lliver und
the Southern Railway. wtiUo tha natural
olnvalion nml liy of tho land can not lm
excelled aa a situation for a fino town.
Tlio ground In open and oloar nf heavy
timber.
Tho olio lino boon aojeotod m one of
tho most important sin lio h on the
.Southern Unilwuy, nnd \iilli llie completion of the road, in tlio near'future,
tnii-f, with all iti other advantages^
sprlnfl Into promluoiica nt onco.
Thoso who npplv ei'i'ly will lmve the
fiiclt oltlio Lots.
A oloar title given with every pur*
l'ni'tii'ft wi*>liiii|{ lota ean apply nawcll,
on the jiletriisos, to
MENRV KELLS,
dmyt'to PiioPiufcTou.
W. C. LOYE,
Fashionable H ud Shoe Hiker.
Rciirtlrlnc Neat I j* Done.   Cork Sola
WflrknSpe< laity.
adrorders promptly attended to,
t'litri'-iitii Si., Inretirof Colonial jIo-
ti-1. noxt to hand Bro«.» oilicio.   dnolto
3gt'j^S3a£3COJIff-A.:BaJBI
DRESSMAKING
,11 MSSS JliNNSIUfiS',
U-ATK Oir EKOLANn)
Cornel of Ohuirh uud Columbia BtreotJJ,
NKW XV'ESTJimSTEH.
rsarfiatlsfaotlon guiiranteod.    dwfo7to
Dress-Making!
Misses McDougall
COl.l'lllilA   STHEKT,
New Westminster, B. C.
as*)" SuUsfnctlon gnamntooil,      iliiplIIUi
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH MILK
Dollvcrod 1'itlly to CitKlpmcrs In all parts
or the Cily.
Hotels and RPHtnurnntii. sutiplled ut ftpe-
olnl Rfdes by the year.
FRESH EC1CS
Uollvorod lit MarU'ot Ilatoo.
Ol-dOlT) left  III. M.   SlNCI.AIlt'H will be
promptly attended to.
WI1.A.VHR tfc WOOIJWABD,
djoltiyl I'roprlolors.
THE THOROUGH-BRED BTOKE-POGIS
JERSEY BULL,
"Governor Moody"
Will Bliind for (-oi-vlco this aeitRon ntPel-
liam Hairy. Now WestminBter, where the
ln'-iiillful uv) of ih is superb nuhnni can bo
seen nnd Inspected.
A fow calves for sale. Torms reason*
niiic.
T. CUNNINGHAAf,
RALPH BonTIt, Proprietor.
Mntiager. dmy^tc
Corbett & Kennedy,
MAK'Oli'AllTUItRnS  OP
TIN, COPPER &8HKT-IR0N
*w jl r-i :l-.
Wl.imrt'M'f- lAAHU (lT-MTAili.fi),
Fnosi Stukrt,       Nbw ■\Vj:.stmikstkk,
I J.WING   MW   OPENED   IN   THE
II uli'-vi' iiu,'. wo I't-speelfully-'ilicit-a
slmro of tho inide, nud tnisl by i-m-eful
attention toonleiHiind moMcrntochiiinea
to mei-II the name, i'^-jierienecd woik-
nion; saiisfHeHon guamnteed.
I,j:tl['i]-iie.fiir:il:*li*-d foi■■..'riiv.iiilso t Inm
Co;-niee, llouiin:.', Phiintiliisr, G.o-llllin^,
Htoiim nml Hot Wnter ilnilluir, Ae.
is»* Enlranin' lo pminlst-f' on Mnry St.,
lu renrof linnIt of B, O. dwmhilli!
Ti) Sill!
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A.GOOD
CIGA1S, ASK FOP. THU
BRITISH LION
iiJThoy are not only  mado  of   the
Choicest -Volincco but thoy uro of
EKOEHO HSlllMl^HrJitr*?. nnd .should l-o
patroninod by all good citizons.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
MULIIUOOK ItUlbDISd,
COLUMBIA STREET,        HIV/ WSSTMIHSTEB.
dwHuoly
CHOICE
mm
Md PEO?isiois.
—ALSO—
A WELL-ScLESIED STOCK OF
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
lAiNiinmi-i's nnucrc,
<'„lii,„!ilit Slrri-I,       Hew Woslntliisli'r,
noldwly 	
British ColuiHia's Exliit
rpHK (■OMSlirn-.I* Ai'I'OENTKD TO
( prepimi nu I-'xhibil from Now Went*
mlnstor tor tbo
Toronto IiuhiRti'iiil SSxIiUilMoii
lsnn.tlouBloseeui'0 snob n colloelton an
Will do ju- the to I lie I'UH.iliees of lho city.
Any peison In theoity i>vol*-(-wli' ie who
lois. or evpe.-l-* to hnve In-fore the date (if
the l-'shll.tllon ul Toroiilo.Hiicluirtii'h'sns
niviieeliii'.l woithy ot lieliij* e.sliH.lled.
will eoiiferafiivor by comniiiliieiitlnt', hm
i'oon uh poBsIHe, with Kiiiiio mem her of
ibeemiiiulttee. All iii'lli-li'-* luki-n forex-
lillillioii will lm niched and ,-iiH freo of
cloinii'tolhe exhibitor. The loenl com-
mil tee is OOinpOBOdof the   following |{i'll-
ElSlI AND (IAMK-.1.   A.    I.llidlllW, Esq.,
Ale-,-. Ewen, EBq.iftnd P. 0. Blrrflll, Esq.
UI.TIftlAl.   ANn    HoUTIl'lll.TUltAL
Cuunlnghtitiii Esq,, w.
Wolfenden, Gpq,
MlSRllAT*s and MASUi''An*riini-:.-i—3. C.
Brown. Kmi-.h. V. Edmonds, Esq.
I'ltoiU'CTsoi" 'i'llK FORKflT—U. Elliott,
Esq., J. It. Kennedy, Esq., D. McNnlr.Efiq.
.1011X HEN DRV, Ohnlrimiii.
D. ROBSON, Secretary. tlwJlyOmi
Uorth British k Mercantile
JIEE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Ollllllal,    •   $15,000,1100.00
Hlllisi'i-llicil C'niillnll, lis ill 31st ])fO.,18SS,
"12/1011,11011.   Kirn FillliI anil itpservo, ill,-
SI3,7ffl.   Ncl I'reillllllns, 18S8, S"i,IHII,IBO.
OP  LONDON.      •%
OapHttli    •    89,733,000.00-
RATES  AR   l,OW  AH   ANY  OI'IIHU
OOMl'ANIlis HDINIl  IIIIHINKSR
in liun'i.siinu.uiiniA.
T. <3r. T^.Q-Cr*ElS
Agent for New Wostminstor City
and District. djeiMli-
W. BHEDEMEYER, OH. PH.
(Lato Partner of John Moyieker)
MINING ENGlNEETt, U.S. & PROVIN-
cialbuuvkyou, «t assayeu.
Masowio tkmi-m* Blook, vancoovkh,
unt. col,
(WRelinblo ronorts, miUergratimJ surveys and maps of mliu'ii e.*:(.-(-iilii(t nt low
rates, Abhiij's miutoon all UIikIh of miu*
cm Is, {.'old imd silver bars. Thirty yems'
ox]ii'i-k'iico in ininlnj,' In Asia, Europo
and United States of America. Simiilc-i
ten hinf-iiuttcs. ANsayi* from a (lishinee
pi'oinplly iilteniled lo. Address Viine.oil
ver,B.O. tldolTto
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
QAWMILL OWNERS,  LOGGERS, nnd
O   otliora arc nol I lied tlm!    our steel
Tug-boat,
e c "3? "EE3 :£» DC CS 9"
Will be ready for work about I he nihiii.-*!.,
nnd we nro prepared lo enter inio eon-
traola for nil  Itliids of towing, lighter*
EVANS
IT IS AN  UNDENiABLE PACT THAT
Temple of Music!
Al mii'Ii Prices Quel Tonus 11- will Suit
Any llousoiial'll! Hn.viir.
Foe i.ilti'.i mul tonus, apiily to CAH-
Tltll'K TEMI'I.K OK MUSIU.
Vancoiivci', B. O.
280Hu<llnpSl.\Votl. ilniillllii
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANUt'AtTUllKIiS   OV
By the Lrttdst Improved Process.
KP" ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
mux ni KiirlliSiinnlili.
OEFIOE A WAREHOUSE! Vlrliirhi.
dmh'JOniG
L
oro)
330'33-i OOlUIOV.l ST1IEKT,
VANrOIJVIiK.RX'.
Importci-H and [ipulonilu
fllfACH^ERY
ot* Ai.h ncaonrnoNa,
MARINE WORK i\ SPECIALTY.
Oanadian raoilic Railway,
PAOIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'-I Superintendent's Office.
OWNKHS AND MAKTERM OV VFH-
seN anil oilier Craft uiivj-iattiij: lhe
Kruser ttlver are emit hmod to ]».>p wllhln
the liuoy.i pnlnkd ttnl ni»l White, re*
vpectlvely.iit lho Mission Urldeo.u.'i dur-
liiKllioeom-lrnctlon of tho lJddi*c, nnvi*
gallon liotwoon tho banlts of the itiver
nn-1 lho r.iioyiii.-i diin-j-firuns,owlngloplica
being driven there.
Tl. ABBOTT,
CJencral .Superintendent.
Vancouver. B. C, 7th Mny, 1880. duiyfilo
Canadian Pacific Railway Co
NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVEN THAT
ii tin I v- ecrtlllid plan, piolllc and
b. ol( of n-fcrciice of tin'Minion Jtraiieli
of tlihi itailwiiv were di-piiHlh-il in tlio
hllliil l!e-.tl:-lry Ollh-i- of lho Jiiulrh:!. ill
New W'l.-noinst.'i'oii tbe ITI li diiyof June,
1889. II. ABBOTT,
aonoralSniiorlntonuont,
Vancouver, li. C, 27lh Juno, 18S0, dje20m
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry^fflachineWorks
1Y.UV, I'KOl'KM-'TOitH OF THESE
I woiks iiiivc miicii pieaHiiL- in not if y-
iiiK their friends nnd tbe public-thai they
ave now prepared to receive and prow pi ly
e.-a'cale oi,v'order*) for v.-orkln llielr lino
with which they may be- favored.
A. McKliiLVIK,
Soots and Shoes!
AND WHERE  TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
Va
Meolitmlcal Munnger.
', D.C.,8lliMny, 18S8.
dwmyl21c
L Rt AUi
M
isTOTIOE.
OTIOE tS HEREBY (ilVEN TilA'I
HO uays-nfter ditto wc Int end iniililui!
Ilcntlon to tbo Oblef CominiPslonei'Of
id.siimi Woi'hsfoi-a lens-e foi'Mmber-
parnnsos of tbo following (iopn'ii.e<!
[In, r-ltuuted InHaywarilDisirlut,Van*
vor Islnnd:
immanclng nt a Binko plneedonthc
  BOUtllOt
onumilo
r.l Di
id of s
Id i
1. '. ti'tlii.-nbsive-iuer.tlouetl Inke, llieiiei
monnclorlng along shoro of said hi!-o t>
plscf of commencomont,----contnlnliignb-
oiu M.O0O norot-, moro or loss.
Kovai, citv fr.ANiKn MuiT-a Co. Ld.
John HEKJinv, Jranngcr.
Now Wofltminslor, June 10,1889.
(llllnlm
— THU	
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sis.
STEUWfCaSII, PROPRIETORS
J. -J. WILSON,  -  MANAGER.
Kates, $1.00 and ft|*PQv«r l>ny,
AcconniNO to hoom.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OR MOUTH.
tro* Parties mippllod with ull kiiblfl of
ICil-CUKAM, d'myinii;
**f
tuninion Lands,
TU    VOII AHE PAVINfl   FOI:  TOUR
I   Pro-omptionor for roni of Mihlnjror
liin/.inir hand, or buylm; I'nniii AUinUD
oi'nnyl--nd from tlio UmnlnloD CJovvrn-
00 NOT PAY CASH
florinemi boobUilneil in InrgBorsmnll
qunnlJMcs from
ALLOWAV &  CHAMPION
"O-A-iT-iciana,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
on FROM
Til?: UU dV BRITISH G0LVXBFA.
NKW  WESTMINSTHR
(twmbSto
KHTA!1!,1S1!K1) 1859,
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
lenrl) ii|M>»slto tlio Colonial Hotel,
NKW WKHTMINSTER
m.HK   I.AHni'SI  AND   CIIOICKST
I   a-nortmeiit of all desDrtptlotiB of
MEATS ANO VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam-
'Ilea, ItoHtnupuita, and Btoambtwia al ths
LOWEST POSSIBLE PEI0HS,
ifSFeeilarM.
FARtVS PRQQUOB.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
.V...     Ac,     An.
I.KAVE OBDElia ASD  SBOTM ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WII.Ml I''.
 ilinyaile	
J. W, WINGER
TJBALEllIH
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notice and nt Reasonable Terms.
SAN SUAE UME
Always in Stock,
Orders loft at the (J. P.N. Wharf will he
promptly delivered, dinli20lo
WHOLESALE
Fish s &ame Dealer!
PflONT  STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
it? lM-*hoat Prico paid for Fnra anil
Door 11 idea.
CorrosponileucG luvii:,!. oa-Tulolilioiia
Cull Ni). II. iljiislo
DOUGLAS STREKT
ir re
Foot of I'outii.AH Stjibet, Nkak
Oolumbia Stiiegti
I. FKEWa.SO?.,  PROPRIETOR
FRV.HH    liltEAI),   CAKES,   PASTRY,
ConfeeLionery, t,'te.,ete.
Hotel nr.d Rostnurnnttrado HOlIoltod.
All orders   promplly ntteuded to nnd
delivered to any purl of tho cily,   dmliMy
8 9_
Ccn. Columbia ;.ms Giiu'dii Sts.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Monuments; Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or Grmillo of Hest Ojiattly.
CORNER     P0ST.4     AND    OURBING'.
K. R:—Just rocolvod—tlio ilncut assort-
nieiu of Bnnlcli firnnMoManitineiitAover
Keen   n ih'itisii Coiniiil.iii, which will bo
sold nt pi-h-os putti-i'ironi pel It ion outof
Uh' (1ni"-.tlon.
dwmliaiyl ALEX. HAMILTON Prop.
HUE    CARD.
CJ-  3P».   -JXTm oo.
Tho Kino Kir.st-Clnss
Str. William Irving
Will LoflTO llio c. r. JJ. Co.'s Wliarf,
JS -V* U3 Hi "X*
Tuesday, Thursday8 Saturday
AT* A. ll.,
FDR CHILLIWHACK AND WA'f PORTS.
Returning Evory
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When Riiflloleut liirinobmont oiTors slio
will proceed to HOPE and ou snob
occasions will leavo ber wliarf
JOHN IRVING, Maitaaor.
^^ ROBERT DUNSMUIR
T E.VVK8 WKSTMINSI'lIU every -tfon-
(j day morning m 7 o'clock for Nnnnimo, vln Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
vln Venoouver.
Leaves Wostihtnulor nvory WOdnosd^y
nl 7 a. ni. for Nanaimo dlrrot, ronnee'-lng
with l.dand railway nuji Comox aloaiuor,
1,ea vex Nannttnn for \*nnoou***'r on
Thiirmlnya ami Fridays and returi'S --nino
days.
Leaves Nnimiinooli Snturdny at7 n, m,
for Westminster dticct.
VI OTO RI A
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOR SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
Foil POULTRY, ,'i',
Rice leal,
FOR CATTLE FEED.
ditili29m(i
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses $c Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
"£"*r- REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
itwto SI   Col-.--.i-a.Toia Street.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'B BUILMNQ, FRONT STREET)
GHAHDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
'Ory Ooods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats &V Caps,
Crockery, Glassware* Ae.
•n-E-EBltt-'S     &s     BOTTS'      SUITS.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN,  SEEDS,  POTATOES,  LIME nnd   GENERAL STORES.
Ji. D.—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission.  *•»•*.Order*
from tbe Interior promptly ntteuded to. dwje&te
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children,
"Oaatorla is no well adapted tocMldren thnt I Cutoria cures Colic, Constipation,
Ul Bo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. V.   I WitEouttaiurioui medication.
The OsKTAca Compakt, 17 Jlurray Street, N. Y,
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Land § Invesbseni Agency
(riXMXTBJD )
THOMAS ALLSOP, 1
HENltV ft. MASON. [ nillBCTOltB.
CUYLEU A. HOLLAND, J
IIEADOFFKi::
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, ENQ.
Tbo Business of ALLSOP A MASON hns
beon morfc'od in the nbovo Company and
will ho oarried on by tho Company from
this (hit*! as ii ceiii-nil Lnnd Investment
und Iiisurnnct) Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low
Rntes. Town Lois nud Fanning Lands
for yule on ensy torms.
Viclorln, B.C., May IGllt, 1887.   dwjlyo
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed g Sale Stables
THK  snilSCRlBERS AKR  NOW PRE-
FADES TO TL'HN OUT
DOUBLE ANO SIN6LE RIGS
At Special Low Hull's.
and ill M i Teaming
Dono nt Shortest Notice,
On lord wood delivered to any pnrt of
the filly.
Ordors by Tolopbono will receivo prompt
attention,
t;*rs::ihles nearly npnn-ilto C, P. IL Do-
jiot, Columbln St., NcwWoBtinlnster.
djallto       QILLEY BROS.  Worn.
Feed, Livery ?
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
37110I?*E*iI*n]TOK.
GOOD DRIVING A R1DINO HORSES
'   fori lire.   Haelcs (>ull nt nil Hh'iinui-s
nud Trains.   Special nltonllon given to
Boarding UorsoB,
Constantly on Ilnnd.
Ordors mny ho left nt tho Olllco of Mu-
the.™ & MIUl(mn,Ogmml*Mlon MorchniilSi
Front Street, New Wesl, dse21tc
MERCHANT TAILORS,
WISH Til INFORM THE PEOPLE of
No\y Wostminstor ibat thoy liavo
iv*iii>t>!ii'd iho (■loro lately oooiipiod by
MOBsrs. Woqtls, Turner & Onmhir, and
hip now iirepnrod to oxoeute ull orders for
TA-ULOBIISrcgh
A Jim-  lino of Olotlll Jtist reoclvcil,
ronslMt Iiik nl nil (lie Lntent Hi*.
Rig-its from Kuinpenil Markets
Mil. .1. A. M'.DOIKIALLwIll attend to
Ihecnltlni'.und is a hiaollenl moolianio
of twelve yftiirii'espprleiipe In tho I'liltod
states; nlso two yenrs ns foroniun for
MesHis. Qroffg A Son, of Viclorln.
Satlafftollon i-iinnintocd.
CnttUBiA Street, Opposite Dank of Montreal
NEW WESTMINSTER.
djolSrao
\t_x_i_.__tx_xao^r speiitgs
-derated T^7"ater
(Direct from tbo Springs.)
Tlio abovo will bo delivered In Now
Westminster iwiee a week. Leave orders
with F. C. MCCARTNEY,
Commission Agent,
Douglas St., New Westminster.   djly.lle
NOTICE TOCfTMCTiS
SEALED TENDERS WILL BE RE*
eelved by tho Trustees of tho Royal
Olumhliin Hospital Compnny unto noon
of SATURDAY, SOHi .luh, for tbe erection nnd comnlotlon of a Hospital on Lot
4, Ulock 2, Suburbs of New Westminstor.
Each lender must be accompanied by
nu nccepted hank chcqnc for a sum equal
to five per cent, of tbe amount of tho tender, niude payable to tbe undersigned. In
■ho event of a contract being let tho
cheque will ho retained ns iiurt security
for the duo performnnco or tho vork.
Tbo cliequo will ho returned to unsuccessful competitors, hut will be forfeited
by nny bidder wbo may decline to execute a contract if t-nllcd upon to do so.
Plans nud specifications can he seen
nnd for**.-** for tender obtained at tlio offlce
of Clow A Macluro, architects. New Westminster. •
Tbo lowest or any tender not ueccmarlly
accepted. W. H. KEAKY,
Hon, Secretary,
Royal Columbian Hospital,
New West., 27th J line, 16S0.     dje27td
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE   BARGAINS
Suits tt Pants
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
We are selling tho bost of
English- Scotch & French Goods
At prices away down Cheaper tban -
Ever.
Cnll mul examine nnd weare satlstlod
that yon will buy boforo you leavo the
Btorc. AH work guaranteed.
Also—Agents for a now Invention for
Dress-cult I lig that enn bo used hy a man
or woman and glvo a perfect fit.
dmhlyl Bit Columbia Slrtiel.
Is k hmm, Cal,
BY WAV OP THE
Sonthem Paoific Company's
XaXT-TTS.
THE MT.SHMTA ROUTE.
QUICKER IN TIME THAN AN Y OTHER
ROUTE  BETWEEN
GRAND SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIO COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET 8LEEPIRS
TOURIST SLEEPING CABS.
For Accommodation of Second-Claw Pai«
songers, attached to Express Trains.
Faro from Portland to Sacramento and
Sim Frnuclsco-Unllnilted. |26; First*
class (Limited), $20} Second-olasi (Ll-
niUrd'. "flip. t
THROUGH TICKETS to nil pointsBoutll
and East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES!
CiTYOrrii'K, No. I'll Cor, First A Aldet
Streets!
1 iF.rirr oi'kick, Cor. F A Front Streets;
I'oiilmid, Oregon,
R. KOEHLEIt,        E. P. HUURRS.
Munnger.        Assi.0. F. * P. A'gl Jiuilg gtritish Colnmbutn
Wetl-teaday Evening, July 15, 1889.
ADVERTISING RATES FUR THI DAILY.
Trftoalapi Advert beattatt*—FirBtluser-
tion, io cts. per line solid nonpareil; each
uui'M-i-uont coiiH-Jiiiitivelnsertroii.llctB. per
lino. AdviTMsements not Inserted every
day—first insflrtton, liiois. per lino; subsequent Insortlons, fi ots. por l!no,
Sian-Iliiff Advf-rllHenienis.—Profession*
ahir Business Cards—82 per mouth. Speoial rates for general trade advert l.-tlng,
aooording to space occupied and duration
bf oouiraet.
.tiiottou Hnles, when displayed,charged
.:.'• 'it'i- o<Mit. leas tbau transient ndvls, If
solid, oharged at regular transient rates.
F>i-ct-i»l Nollrcs among reading in niter,
Jil .-is- ner Hue each insertion, Hpecluls
In'sarted by tne month at reduced rates.
Dirt lis, Marriages and Deaths, SI for each
Insertion; Funeral Notloes In connection
with deaths,50els.each lusertion,
WEEKLV ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient Advertlsem-Mits.-Firstinser-
llnit, ItlcU. per line solid nonpareil; subsequent Insertions, 7 cts. per line.
Standing Advertisements.—Professional or Business Cards-(1,50 per month,
Special rates for genoral tnuleadvertisliii:.
Special Notices, Births, Marrlayes and
Deaths, sumo rales as Dully.
-Rafiiniistbeall metal,and forlargoouls
an extrii nilo Hill he cliarged,
B-orPer-iuiiH Nui-dlm- l:i iu!veitl--.-iii£'iils
Bhould be careful tu slide whether they
are lo appear In lhe nnlly Killil.ui.orlhe
Weekly, or both. A liberal redueilon is
made when inserted in hotli. Nomlvcr-
tlsement inserted for loss than JI,
SUBSCRIBERS
Who do mit receive Ihofr papor
from tho Canlern or  through
Office-will confern favor by rep
same lo lho o'llcc of pu hi ind lon
ognl
irt In
at on
__li
-tho
ce.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS 0
For Sale A. H. Coulter
For Salo J.  Jackson
Public Auction A. M. Nelson
Night boll alt 'iiiknci-.—D. S. Curtia & Co. w*
All the fashionable iced bovcrages, at
the "Hub," next the "Queen's."
Walker & Co. havo Sappoi'ton Lots
near Now Hospital and Ross-Mac-
laron Mills at old prices. *
Tho licensing board sat at 10:30
o'clock this morning and granted a
wholesale license to Boll-Irving, Pater*
son & Co.
Seo our cheap lino of Ladies' 4 buttoned Kid Gloves, black and colorod—
only 50 cts. per pair, for caBh—at Jas.
Ellard & Co's. *to
The steamer Dunsmuir left for
Nnnnimo this morning with 23 head
of cattle, 20 tons freight and ti number of passengers.
Sulphate of iron, sulphate of copper,
orudo carbolic acid, condess fluid,
chloride of lime, for dminefecting purposes. Macpherson & Thompson,
druggists. tc*
The contract for building the addition to the asylum hns been awarded
fi) VVip. Turnbull & Co., of this city,
and the necessary.papers wero signed
ut Victoria to-day.
Stewart & Cash have paid their subscription of 825 to the exhibition fund.
It was paid on Saturday, but wo failed
to notice it in Saturday's paper. Other
nuliscnbors should hurry up.
At tbo police court to-day a man
. named Clarke wns lined SI and costs
for being drunk. Tom Chow, remanded on charge of aj**»ravatod assault,
wus dismissed as tho complainant failed
to make an appearance against him.
Tho Btr. Rithet arrived from Victoria
this morning with l'U5 tons of freight
and a largo number of passengers.
The atr. Rithet left on the return trip
this afternoon with 'Ao passengers, 40
head of cattle and 30 tons of freight.
A serious accident occurred in the
snow sheds enst nf Rogers' I'-ieu laat
Wednesday. A freight and passenger
train, through aome mistake in ordors,
collided in tho sheds. Both engines
were demolished but only onn person
hurt.
The Victoria eity council is calling
for tenders to water the streets, having
come to the conclusion that dust is
objectionable. The advertisement
does not say when the contract ii to
com men co, but as it is now lute in the
Benson it is probable tho servico is intended for next year.
At an early hour this morning nn
unknown tug ran down one of Vianen's nets, cutting it in two and carrying off half of it. Tho Indians in
charge not b'-ing able to road did not
learn tho name of the tug, and being
stupid sort of fellows could give no
positive description of it.
A telegram from Ottawa announces
thut Master Edward 0. Musgravo, of
tlie Ru-. Mr. Br*-nton'a private school,
Victoria, and son of E. Musgiavo,
Esi)., of Salt Spring Island,.B. C, has
been succe-sful in passing the competitive examination for entrance at tho
Royal Military College, Kingston.
The Ottawa Free Press confirms the
rumor that the sent on tho bunch of
the supreme com t of this province,
rendered vacant by tho death of Judgo
Gray, was offured by thu Dominion
government to Hon. A. E. R. Davie,
premier aud alto moy -general, but that
Mr. Davie';- continued ill health
obliged him io decline its acceptance,
A man named Davidson, suffering
from delirium tremens-, was taken to
tin* police slut ion last evening and
kept I here all night. Ho was much
worse thia morning and Dr. I. M. Mo-
Loan was called to attend him professionally. This afternoon lio was admitted to thn Royal Columbian hospital, whore it is hoped ho t* ill coon
recover.
Somo charitable ladies havo supplied a fow pretty vnses for the Royal
Columbian hospital and wish it to bo
known that fresh bouquets oE flowers
will hi gratefully rocelved by tbe patients nt tho boapitil on nny day, from
those who have the flowers and the
time to itpm*. Fresh flowers are
much upprecintod by the siek, nnd especially in a hospital.
Tho Conner says: In conversation
to day with a gonlleiwm largely interested in the North Pacifio Cannery
Co., Skeena river, we loam that tbo
catch of salmon from the timo the lish
commenced to run, on .Juno 28th, until July 6th, totalled 10,000 cases, uf
whioh number the North Pncilio Canning Co. packed 3,000. Wo nro informed that if the liah continue to run
during the whole of their usual time
of 21 days, the pack will bo what is
known as full.
Mr. M. M. Picken who is in the
oity, received a telegram to-day from
the coroner ut Whatcom, (.taring thit
Crawford Jamieson had been found
dead in hie room ut that placo this
morning. Mr. Jamieson will _ bo remembered by some of our citizens.
He resided in this city about two years
ago, and was known as a mining expert. He was a native of Lanarkshire, Scotland, where ho hud oharge
of Bevornl lan-o oollierioH, and was
about 40 years of age.' He leaves a
wife and family in Scotland, nud u
brother in Tacoma, of tho firm of
Bohon, Jumiesun & Co., who i3 alao
a mombor of the constitutional convention now silting at Olyinpin, tho
capital of Washington.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
A young man fell off tbe train on
Saturday afternoon, about a mile this
Bide of the junction, but thu fact waa
not reported to the conductor until
tho train had stopped nt tlie switch.
A train hand was seiit back nnd found
the young man lying insensible from
the effects of iho fall. Ho was toon
reMoi-A, however, nnd iu a little while
was ttonp ll e worse of tho accident.
The many friends of Mr. .lames S.
Stocu will bo pleased to lentil that hu
is mm on a fair way to recovery, having beeti pronounced out of danger by
Ida phyBiciuu. lie wilt, howovor, bo
oonlinod to hia room fora fow weeks
yet. .Hi- is very muoh pleased at the
way things havo turned out, nud very
thankful t i tlio kind frionds who lookod
after him in his trouble.—World, Sat-
lining.
Spoon Cuniprtiitoi).
Following uro the scores made ou
Saturday nfternoon tit Brownsville, by
members of tho N. W. Rifle Association in i lie silvor spoon contest:
200   GOO   fiflO   Total
,1 oohambftilaln.     20    21    BO    80
SKlOlohur. 2(1     20     '25     71
Geo Turnbull, 20    21    21    us
.1 A Me Mart in, '2. 18 11' 03
W WolMiden, 23 17 11 61
It Wilson, 2u hi ll -il
Kit Lister, li HI 7 23
The Hoclteyo Ituit-
Tho ontiro fishing fleet was ut work
sharp ut fl o'olock this morning, and
although the "big run" oanuot bo said
to hnvo commenced, still the result of
tho day's work has been very satisfactory. One of Vianen's boats captured
71 lioiutties on tho first drift, and many
other:! wetM oiiually as lucky. Re-
porls from the (loot this afternoon say
that few of the bunts had caught lens
than 130 fish. Tho big run i. expected within 3 or 4 days.
.1 System Wmiletl.
Jt is suggested that acme system
should bo adopted in giving nu alarm
of tiro, wheroby the ringing of tho bell
will indicate tho ward in wliich the
fire is supposed lobe. Fur instance if
tho fire is in ward 3 tho bell might bo
struck sliiirply throe times, let a short
interval elapse, strike iu thli sumo manner again and so cm until the bell had
gathered the firemen. Thn signal fur
the other wards cotild bo ninde iu the
same manner. If this system was
adopted it would Have a great dual of
confusion and anxiety, and it the absence of a proper electric sorvico this
should bo given a trial. Tho lire dp*
partmont ia invited to givo this subject their early consideration.
BucccSBrfilCandliliitcfl.
Tho regular examinations before
the benchers of the law socioty, for ud*
inittance to praotico nt tho British Columbia bar, took place on Saturday.
Among the caudidutaB who presented
tlm run elves for examination was Mr.
E. M. N. Woods, of thia city, a sou of
Venerable Arohdenoon Woods. The
many friends of Mr. Wt ods will be delighted fo learn that In: passed sue-
both ns barrister and solicitor, coming
off, wc understand, with Hying colors.
Mr. Woods is u nativo of the province
having beon born in Victoria, uud is
ono of very fow native British Columbians who have been admitted to the
bar. He graduated from tho law oflicers of Messrs. Corbould, McColl &
JeniiB. 'Among the other successful
candidates wove Mr, T. O. Townley,
the newly appointed registrar of tho
land oliii.'i', and Mr. Tuck, of Vancouver,
I -iivv.i'!! Service*!.
\Y..i.T:.b!e Archdeacon Woods
preached his farewell Bormonsnt Holy
Trinity church yesterday, to large con-
grqgiifcioim, both morning and evening.
Thi Venerable Archdeacon hns labored earnestly nud faithfully in the
parish for 22 years, and resigns his
charge iu order to obtain the rest whioh
declining years und long and valuable
services entitle him to. His resignation is generally regretted, but his acceptance of the rectorship of St.
Mary's, Sappoi'ton, leaves hint almost
aa much asovei apart of tho Church
in Woatminster; and tho ties which
for nearly a quarter of a century havo
existed betweon tho venerable pastor
and hia old congregation will by no
mean:-! bu broken by the change.
Bishop Sillitoe assumes tho rectorship
of Holy Trinity on Friday, and tlm
Venerable Archdeacon Woods takes
ovor hia new charge on the same  day.
A Timely flirt.
The epicures of tho Times were privileged yestorday to sample somo ponches
■,'Yiwiiliy Mr. D. Walter Morrow in
his garden on Blanchnrd avenue. The
fruit was largo nnd luscious and quite
equal lo thst imported from California,
TIij crop, wo understand, ia a largo
one, the trues being so prolific that
tho branches scarcely Bustahi tlio
weight of their own fruitEulnoss, Wo
aro thu peoplo aud this is tho country
to live in.—Times, Wo aro t-lad onr
"wretched" cotemporary is getting iu
on tho poaches. It is a little late, t:-
be sure, and tlmettawborriesand cherries are all gone, but Mr. Morrow did
a good deed, if thoro wasn't quite
enough of yesterday about it, Our
cote in porn ry's last sentence, nbove,
jtistahows bow a little kindly at-on*
tion olurkB the poor man up. All that
is watit-'d to mako bim too full for tit-
tint nce ---* *wretched'' editors nnd reporters never, never drink— is a basket of absolutely fresh eggs.
Wcilillng I'i-ii*.
At St. PetersR. C. Cathedral, Ihis
morning. Mr. Thos. Quilty, of thu
penitentiary stall', and Miss Mary
June Coughlan woro united in marriage, Rev. Father McGucken officiating. Miss Eiokhoff acted na btldos*
maid, whilo Mr. J, Roichonbach supported Uto groom. Tho bride was
dressed in u beautiful white silk,
adorned with orange blossoms, and
looked extremely handsome. Tho responses were given withont hesitation
by both parties, and each looked llie
picture of happiness. Tho church
was woll filled with spectators, tho
ladies, nn usual, being in tho very
largo majority; and, indeed, it was
wonderful how many turned out considering the early hour nt whicli ihu
ceremony took place. After tho oet'e*
ninny the happy douple and n number
of invited gueota adjourned to the
Queen's hotel, whoro a vory rceherchr.
breakfast wan served. Later the
nowly-weddeil pair left for Vancouver
on their honeymoon trip, The Cor,-
umiiian extendi) congratulations,
President Adams, of tho Union Pacific, passed through Winnipeg westward bound Friday. The party nro
en route for Alaska via Vancouver.'
DAtfiY BRITISH COLUMBIAN, -NEW WESTMINSTER, B, 0,, JULY lfl, 1839.
VOLUME VU-~-NO. 13.
THB CHURCHES.
Sum ma rlc b uf gome of Hie cily Hermans
K-ii-I'i'ti Sunriiij.
6T. ANDBBW'S 0110*11011.
At the Preabytcritin elnmh lust
ovening, Bev. Thoa. Scouler, pastor,
preached from the following text:
BphesiaiiB 2 o. l.'J v.—-'But now, in
Christ Jesus, yo, who sometimes wero
afar off, are made nigh by Lhe blood of
Christ."—and paid: lu the beginning
of this ohapter tho apostlo has beon
allowing what the formal' condition of
thoao to whom he writes this opttjUit
wus. He has been showing tint they
wero dead, spiritually dead. Man
lost his lifo when Adam sinned, and
this is the condition of "11 men by nature, as the apostlo shows iu tins ohapter, Thero is no difference, all have
Binned, and are under the cutBoof sin,
exposed lo tho wrath uf God. Thoso
to whom ho writes this epistle had
been saved from sin by tho grace of
God, had beon cleansed by the Holy
Spirit and raised up to sit with Christ
their risen Lord in heavenly places.
In speaking further from lho' text we
remark in tha first place, that believers havo been brought nigh to Ood
becnuso of the relation in which Christ,
their head, thuds ti them. This relationship which subsists between
Christ and His peoplo is variously expressed in tlio scriptures, and is lopro-
sontod by different figures of lhe shepherd and lliu sheep, Chiiat the head
nnd his peoplo tbo body, nnd Christ
representing the bridegroom, His peoplo tho brido. Now brethren, if this
relationship exists between Christ and
Mis peoplo, then wo say His people
arc very noar to Hint, nnd if Christ
has thus come so near to His poople,
then wo say, thoy aro very near to
God--they aro in His presence. Aud
Bhall not Christ in due time bring
those whom Ilo has purchased with
His blood int-) the immediate presence of Ood? But wo remark that
believers have boen brought near to
God because of their relation to Him.
He is one with them, so they aro oue
Him. This was uot their condition
before, they were alienated, but those
spoken of in this verse have been
brought nigh. There has been formed
between Christ and their souls a living union; they are no longerstrangers
and aliens, but children, and as such
have a right to the privileges belonging to tho children of God, in this life,
and when God bus finished His purposes with them here they shall bo
brought up higher. They shall bo
brought into His kingdom, where Ilo
has gone to prepare a place for them.
"The lamb that is in the midst of tho
throne shall lead them, and God shall
wipe away all tears from their eyes."
Believers two also near to God in thoir
moral and spiritual character, Our
conception of God ia that of a perfectly holy being. We get, this conception from tho Bible, Wo do not get
it from nature. We learn from naturo
something ahout Hia wisdom and Iris
power, but »••■-■ cannot learn anything
of His holiuoig, but tho Bible tells ub
that holy and reverend is His namo.
Isaiah represents Him as dwelling in
the high and holy place. Wc find
thut tl>t-i attribute is ascribed to each
of tho persons of tho Godhead, to
Father, to Son and to Holy Ghost.
When wo think of God as a holy person wo ask uurselves. how. can sinful
creatures such us wo nro bo brought
into His presence? But this verso
shows how thoy huvo been brought
nigh, and cleansed from their tuns—
brought nigh by tho blood of Christ.
They have alao been clothed upon by
the Bpotlesa robe which He has provided for them. The Holy Spirit hns
sent forth into their heniti to sanctify
thom that they may be made fit for
the inheritance wliich has been purchased for them. This work of clotina-
iug is carried on by various means and
this is ono reason why God leaves Hia
peoplo in tho world, why He has established His church upon tho earth and
appointed ordinances therewith, that
His pooplo by theso means might bo
mootoned for coming into His pre-
nouce. Then there is tho means of
prayer, by whicn we obtain tho riches
of Hi3 grace. If by prayer wo auk of
Him those blessings which we need,
thoy shall be bestowed. Then He haa
given us the Word. Thus wo see that
His poople ate brought near unto
Himself. Brethren, ia that your condition? Have you been brought near
to God, through Christ? God, tho
Father, invites you, tho ' Sou invites
you, the Holy Ghost invites you, the
Church invites you. If you are wandering upou tho dark mountains of
Bin, come home.
MB11IODI8T   OKTJItdH,
At tho Methodist church yesterday,
in tho absonco of tho pastor,'the pulpit
wub occupied in tho morning by tho
"boy preacher" Mr. Hicks, and in the
evening tho Rev. Mr. Dyko, of Winnipeg, discoursed upim "Decision of
Character," taking ub his toxt Psalm
57, 7th verse—"My heart is fixed, O
God, my heart is fixed; I will Ring and
givo praiso." Ilo said : It is always
interesting for mo to understand tho
circumstances undor which passages of
scripture were written, so ns not"only
to understand tho lottor, but enter into the spirit of holy writ. Hero David
writes iu memory of tho time when he
was in great trouble, ho had boen hunted by Saul from ono mountain fust ness
to another, but for a while ho had rest
until when Saul returned from hunting
the Philistines, being informed thnt
David and some few followers wero
secret-id in a cave iu the wilderness of
Eii-godl, bo went out to hunt him.
What moments of suspense Dnud and
bin few followers must liavo endured
in this wild hiding place; but while
Saul slept David went noar and with a
sword cut a pieco from his skirt, and
although David was eluded by his followers for not slaying him, he reminded thom that Saul was the Lord's annotated, and years after, when tho
memory of these scones came buck to
him, now, in his settled stato upon the
throno. this memory of tho cave of
Fn-gedi, brought out decision of phar*
actor, that from thence ho would servo
God with singleness of heart. Down
to the 4th verse lie reviews tho goodness of God tn delivering him nud
praises Him on to tho 7th verse, when,
aa if the contemplation of the past
makes him decido, "Aly heart is fixed,"
ite. The experience of God'e peoplo
is vory similar to David's, and as I
look into your faces to-night I am impressed with the fact that many, very
many, through your lives havo recoived favors from tho hand of God, until
you awoke 11 tlio fact of Hia continued
mercy and llio great Biicrilico 111 tiio
gift of Hia Son, nnd thus cdutumplnb*
lug, you just oamu to auch a decision
as David did. I notice just hero that
it needs nerJlowrf decision of churueter-
a laying hold by heart, affection- will,
judgment and life of the fixed determination to follow Christ. Decision
nnd determination aro requisite in tho
make up of character; when by tho
notion of the Spirit and the goodness
of God wu uro shown how wo havo
been out of harmony with Christ and
His life, wo need personal decision to
take a uew departure, and my experience iu the ministry is, that tho majority that remain in sin do bo as the
result of indecision; they say the Word
of Gud is right, thnt religion is light,
and that it is better to live a Christian
lifo, but, for want of decision, they
will not tako Imld; and looking at your
faces (new to mo), 1 oanuot toll but
that there may be some hore thus undecided tonight, if so, to-night you
may lay your sins at the foot hf the
oi'obs, havo your head pillowed on
Christ, nnd point back to this Sunday
nijjiit with plonsura and gratitude as
tiio very niglit you stinted ou the now
lifo. Then, decision i3 necessary for
establishment in grace and a safeguard
against temptation. Coming through
the Rockies on my way from Winnipeg, along tho ledges, through tunnels,
across bridges, beside and across
mighty rushing cataract!, until wc
reached the Bow Hiverat tho summit,
all these mighty torrenti wero running
eastward; eastward; then, as wo got
into the Selkirks, tho livers woro all
running westward; and 1 thought
that somewhere in these mountains
there must be a ridge, as it were the
backbone of tho continent, whoro thu
rain, fulling sido by Bido, started off
in two different courses, to the oast,
down through or feeding the Bow
Rivor, the Saskatchewan, the Athabasca, down to tho Lako Manitoba,
out through the Nelson to tho Hudson
Bay; to the west, along the mighty
Columbia, the Thompson unci tho.
Fraser. And so I thought the samo
dividing line shows up iu tho lifo of
tnan, ns they begin tho new life, and
from tho surroundings of the life of
sin start out surrounded und influenced by nil that is good and holy, truo
and noble. There must bo decision.
If merchants were to chango thoir business callings frequently, you would
nover seo them mako anything, and if
this bo true in businoss, how much
moro bo in religion, and that is why I
plead to-night for you to have decision
of character; nil statos in life need it.
Tho text should be tho outcome of decision, centered in the heart; hang it
in your dining halls and upou your
bedposts, aud let it bo your continual
experience. Then, another part of
the text shows that decision produces
an emphatic character. It is necessary in the ininistry; for ministers, ds
the loaders of religious society, must
be decided in their opinions, and iu
earnest act, and in unfolding the truth
of God thrust sharp uud quick. This
is equally true of the members, I
have been very pleased during my
short stay in your city; it lias delight
ed me to look npon your pretty residences, your lawns, your llower gardens, and the fruit trees just burdened
with fruit; but it lias especially interested mo to have found hero so mnny
earnest workers for God nud the truth.
I am glad to hoar you havo lately passed a restrictive law in respect to tho
liquor traflic; it may bo now to you,
but it is not to us, for in Winnipeg,
through Manitoba and in th'o enst, wo
hud to do it long ago. Do all you can
to grapple with and stay this evil.
Young men aro fulling 'victims; and,
while you have much that pleases mo,
tins dowiifttllilig of so many gives me
Borrow, aud it is evident you have a
grent deal yet to do to make jour
work complete, God bless tho W. C.
T. U. and the other temporanco organizations, for they do a groat work
for God. Then, tho latter part of my
text implies that, although it took the
Psalmist u long time to nrrivo at tho
climax of decision, tho other came as a
natural result; for I beliove religion
was never ltitonded lo make mon
miserable; it is superstition that makes
men think that long faces and self inflicted suffering pleases God. Whon
the heart roBponds to the tender
pleadings of Christ it shows itaelf iu
tho faco and bursts forth iu song, full
of thanksgiving and prai.se. When I
cntored upon this servico to-night,
weury from travelling, 1 trembled that
1 might not bo in touch nnd accord,
but when you started out with tho
fi rat hymn 1 felt the power of harmony, nnd that hero ia the true Christianity which make! all burst forth in
praise nnd harmony. Let us bring
moro sont- into our lives, and we will
have loss troubles and mako more
hoad way. God has made earth with
ita seasons, beautified nature and supplied our wants, thut wu might be
glad, and our life, that wu might be a
Botig to tho Christ und His heaven;
and I hope you nnd I may meet to
sing around His throne on high. Mny
wo come to this decision, and gladness
nnd power will follow,
PERSONAL.
dipt. Scoullar is in Victoria.
John Kirkland, reevo of Delta, wns
in tho city lo day.
W. Norman Bole.Q.C, left for Victoria this afternoon.
A. St., Gootgo Huuiniersley, ot Vancouver, was in tho city to-day.
Senator Kugonu Oanfield uud M. M.
Picken aro guett-i at thu Colonial.
Jas. W. Harvey was a paasuiigor this
nfternoon by the str, Rithet for Victoria.
Mrs. 0. Ft. 0. Brown bus gone ovor
to Plumper's 1'iibb to wpond u fow
weeks.
Mrs. Trew loft this aftornoon Tor
Moodyvllle, where she will be the
guest of Mrs. Springer for a week.
A, E, Rand, after doing this continent, a portion of Eurupo and tho Paris
exhibition, has returned homo grently
benefitted by hisdelightful trip.
W. Thibaudeau, 0. E., returned to
the eity yesterday after two montha
professional labor on an important engineering scheme on Boundary Bay,
IHcteoroIoRlcnl Beport for Week tnd Ins
July  13lli,  1889,
MAX.   MIN.   IIAIS
Sunday 82.0     fW.O
Monday Ki.O     61,0
Tuesday 1)0.0 r-t.o
Wednesday R"i.O or,.o
Thursday 7.10 lifi 0
Friday 7f..0 Ki,0
Hnturduy 71.0 50.O
Clear, ft.W. broeses, dry.
A. I'KEi.K.Capt'j |,
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment instantb / relieves und permanently ourcs Piles, V *.-.-.j.
tits and all hot and itching Bores mul
eruptions. N. W, ngonts, I). 8. 'Curtis
k Co. dmy 28yl
WhonBsby WMBlok, wogweijerCi
Wlion olio wm a Child, she cried for c
Wbun she booamo Miu, sho clung tt „
WhWBlnhidCbHilren.slieeaTatW _m
Moris,
.astorlji,
1 Cftatorio,
Cutoria
FOR  SALE.
HOUSES AND LOT   KOll   SAMS  AT
Ludnoi'H Landing. Fino situation.
Apply to A. IL COULTl IB,
■"■-"--' Ladners Sanding,
Vpply to
dJlylOwl
mi.KDO.-JIA  *   ST.   ANDIIKW'8
\j sociBTY.-Tho regular meetings ot
this Association nro bela on tlio last Tuesday of each montb, at 8 o'clock p. m. All
Srjolobuien are invited to attend.-John
Biji b« Sec,
FOR SALE CHEAP,
Al'AItM AT KENSINGTON I'ltAIIlIK
riiiiluinlii-.' Ull) ni-res; about 100 acres
cleared and 20 nores under cultivation;
lias a house mid hum anil KOOd fence all
around ll. For further uni'lluiiliinitipnlv
to .T. JAOKWON,
jlylfi-dtfl-wtl Kensington Piulrio,
PUBLIC ^CTION!
1 WILL SELL AT
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK,
—ON—
THURSDAY, JULY IS, ISSS*.
At _■ o'elook p.m., lho following Stooh and
Farm Implcmonta:
Horses, Cattle & Hogs
FARM  WAGONS,
I! IHXCSS (Double and Single).
A. JL NELSON,
dJlylGlB Auctioneer.
TO   BUILDERS.
IlENDiailS AUK INVITED FOR VARIOUS works in huildlm* foundations,
Ac, fora houso betweon Black wood una
Clement streets, New Westminster, lo-
gother wltli the bulling down of OldRoe*
t(irv hon****, for His Lordship lhe l!Mi<i[>
of New WoKtmliisler.
l'liins and specifications nt my oflloe,
whoro tender*- uro to ho delivered liy noun
on WKl'NEHl'AY, Ulli lust.
Neither tho lowest nor any tender will
ho neeesnarily aoceplod.
WILLIAM It. KINO,
Architect, Ac.
Now Wost,, July 10,1B8D.       dllyllta
A Pleasing Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and -
of Ease and Comfort
Mows tho uso of Syrup of Kgs. as :■
acte gently on tho
Kidneys, Livku 9 Bowels
Effectually Cleansing tho System whin
Costive or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and permanently curing
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION"
■without weakening or irritating tho origans oa which it acts,
For snlo lu 70c bottlos hy nil Lending
Drug-'tHta.
aASOFAtrrouBi) mtu** bv ran
OAHEOESIAHU SYRUP 00
. Sax IvnANCisi-'C. Cat..,
I.JMfflM.
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Mary Street, NewWestminster. B.C.
1TBI.BPHOKE No. 65.]
14 ClARE ROAD, HALIFAX. EN LAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE ANO
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
I.oitilon aud Lancashire Fire nnd
British Ktnplre Life Inmrance
Compan)e».
Nuw Westminster II uil ding Society,
AtteounUnt's Offlco, moceso of N.W.
City Amlim™, 1NBO, 1HH7 ami 18S8,
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THK  BUYING
AND SKLLINO OP REAL I'lltH'EH-
TY IN THK CITY AND DISTRICT,
and other monetary transactions.
Havo several soocl investments on thoir
hooks, and all uow coiners will do well to
call boforo doing businesa elsewhere.
dw8doly
A .large and well-selected Stock of White
Goods, in
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
WILL SILL T« REMAINING STOOK Of
AT   COST,   FOR   CASH.
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE HANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, M,
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full lino of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses In steel, rubber, silver arc *•(,! I
frames.   The finest Pebbles mado, $4 per pair; all sights suited.
Special Attention givon to PINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learn*.., tiio
business thoroughly from noma of the fiuest Horologers in England, and since r.h*iti
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the boat firma on the continent of America, is a -mlfieicnt guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly main
gor for nearly 8 yeara of tho well-known linn of Savago k Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate, . «-'"«,"*
MOHTHEAL, Dec, 1887.*-Mr. F, Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never fonnd a Watchmaker who did bo
well for mc as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not here to-day."
dwapiato
AQENTS   G.  LAURANCE'S   SPEOTAOLES.
fr-*^
Children's Embroidered Dresses
(WHITE AKD COLORED),
Infants' Robes, &c.
These Goods were bought right and are offered at extraordinary low fi-jures.
SPECIAL  TH8S  WEEK.
We are closing out our stock of SUMMER JERSEYS at
cost. Three or four days will clear them out at the prices
we have marked them.
'   OGLE, CAMPBELL & FREEMAN,
,,...,„ MASONIO  lll.l)l.'IC.
OflTS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
Ogle? Campbell & Go'
}
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NEXT DOOR BANK OF MONTREAL.
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Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CBEAMEBY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Labrador "Kerri-ag1©,
•LtCacteesel, Salt Cod,
^rsr-ao-ax's TJ-ac. 3T-"£a-a*is,
jLxxn.o\_.x'e *0"-ao. Bacon..
"Plcar, Bran.. Slioxt©,
trmOHES. PRICES PAID FOR MRM TRODUOE,
noidwiy Scoullar-Armstrong Blook, Columbia St.
Wholesale and Retail Braggfeis
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NUW WESTMINSTER, li. C.
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    2. Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIES
CRACKERS & BISCUITSjust to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices.. dwtc
IIIRBOT IMPORTERS k DE4LEBS IN
HIGH-CLASS
DRY GOODS
 JlTSTZO	
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARCHE.
CLEARANCE SALE
-    HAS COMMENCED.
i-S-peoia-l Bargains.
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