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Array *}aW*«'n•cl',
x Printing -
British
VOLUME 7
PMFES3I0HM. AKD BUSINESS CARDS.
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. 0„ TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 23, 1889.
NUMBER 19
:i mmpaikexaa
V. C, ATKINSOH.
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR. Ac qmoos-
M'Uiimlo Building, NewW-'Mmli'si'"',
It. 0. . dwtc
AUMSTIIUNO &, KCKHTBIM,
BATtntSTKUS,  BOIJOITORK,   ETC. -
Mnsonlo J'ulliliiig,   Nuw  Wf-stinln*
ster, 11. 0. tlwroyjlt'
W.HOKHAN BOLK, ((,. C,
BAURISTEH-AT-LAW.T.iNDAOBNT.
Monoy to Loan. Office—OlurltHon Ht.,
New Westminster, B C. dtc
t obihhxi». Mccou. tt .si:\xk,
BARRISTRRS. B0M0IT6R& etc.  Offl*
ooB-Mtu-onto Bulldlhipj, Now West*
iiilnsii'i', nml Viim-ouvi-r, IJ. 0.        dwto
A.C. IlllYDONE-JACK, M. A.,
OTAHY PUBLIO, CONVKYAWJKI*.,
&c. Barrister of tho Uow Itrtiii'iwlelc
... remo Court. Offlco iu the Humley
iiillding,ColuiulJlaSt., opposite iliuL'ol-
nlitl Hotel. dapMii
N1
■TOSIJI'II i:.(-AVN(Ut,n.A.,LL.U.
GOLD MEDALIST Of the Univcrallj of
Dublin.   IJAliHISTER-ATLAW of
')i«' Hlgli (Jimi-1. uf.iustIt'i;, li'i'liiiiil Oflice.1
A.J. 1101.3X11-R, 11. U.I3.,
QURQIGON DENTIST, ('.initiate nf the
D Ohio College tif lioutnl Hmvery. Is
now with Dr. O.-E. C. Jlrown, All work
Kklllfullyperformi.il. Rooms UftO, Hunk
of H.O., Colum bin at. •liiurs-Ktol'Jti.m.i
I ::ii) I ii li p.m._  dil.vritfl
O. W. O It AAIW.
AR0H1TE0T.  Offiflo-Corher Mary and
Clurltson fits.. Wt't'-l-niinsfei*.    ilwti*
inln
CI.OW   A.   J1JACL.UUIQ,
i itnnrt'Ko'i'9.    otllno—Room l", over
Hunk of It. 0.t(';oliimhi:iHlr'>et,Wcst-
dlo
WILLIAM  it. KING,
AltC-IIlTECTi SANITARY ENGINEER,
An. Removea tn AniiM rank's Block,
Columbia stroet, Westminstor—-Room
No. 2, * dto
Rl
W. TIIIBAUDEAt',
AND SURVEYOR AND DRAtTGIITS-
| num. Humify illoelt, New Wcstmiii-
r, 13. 0. rimyl5te
A. V. (JOTTOS,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR, Office: Room D.Bauk
of IJ. 0. building, Westminster, li, (1.
«;. rn ri.s->Ri'-ii,
REAL ESTATE BROKER nnd County
Court Af-ont. Commissioner, Notary
Publle, Ao. Ronls collected. Ofllae—Mo-
Keh'glo Htreet, New Westminster, B. 0.
Te J. TIIAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
Cotumlihi Nti-cot, New Wostmlnster.
All commission-: will rooelvH prompt
and careful attention. Beat references
givon when required. inhI2-to
V. C. MtCAUTNEY,
COMMISSION AGENT und Customs
Broker. Bout-Ins St., New Westmin-
Mer. Anent for Harrison Sprint,'-* Aerated
Water; Vancouver Steam Dye A Gleaning
Works; Cart ers' I'lUi-nt Organs—"the won-
dor of the use."; Dominion Pianos and
Organs; Jolinslon'a Patent Kalaomlno;
Havana Cigar Factory; l,lnn Jii'iiiiniireCo
for llvo stock, lit*. Ilinployincnl Agency
Office. A select lot of Toilet Articles imd
i)ni'.'!-ists-' Huiulrlc.s for .tale. Next door to
nnlioiy.  iljlyfllc
TUBUKU, i:f.j.to\ A, CO.,
MERCHANTS. Wharf St., VIctoila.
Agents for North British and Mer-
canine Jnsuriinci> Co. for Mainluud. H.
0. BnBTON & Co., !I(I Flnsbury Circus, London, I-.. 0, dto
Imperial Fire Insurance Co,
om -cokdo*n.'
>    < U'lTAl,       .        Sl-flOO-OilO gig.
Rules as low us any oilier reliable Oom-
imub'S doing l*ii:.im'-;s in Brltlnii Colum*
Wu. W. .1. ARMSTRONG,
dJlyStc Agent for New West.
ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
Civil Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
HEAL ESTATE,
FINANCIAL, BH1PP1K-3 & COMMISSI!):! ACtNTl!
FlrcLITu .*: *l„-*Iui- IttHHt'iincc
Oolumbia St., - on". CoLosiAi. iroTr.i,
NEW WESTMINSTER, 11. 0.
    lUvJIylalo	
RAND BROS.
piiAI. ESTATE BROKE IIS,
Oi
Coiiveynm-'iie, ".'oil*r.lor*,
And   Imurntice Agents,
Otlloes ut
NEW WESTMINSTER;   Corn r
KoKonxle and Clarltson Sis.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
LONDON (England.
BUILDING LOTS for sale lu all aoetlons
of Vancouver nml Now WestmliistorCiiy.
FARM LANDS or superior rmalily for
Hate  at  Clillllwho.ek,   Port liaininoiul,
Langley, Matamil. sumas, Mud Bay-Lad-
ner's Lauding, Lulu Island, North Arm
and Pill. River.
Maps nnd Plana exhibited nnd the full-
cut information furnished at all our offices,
W. BOVILL,
ARCHITECT
eel Estate Agar
Full List of City and Suburban Property.
Particular attention paid to Fanning
Lands,
Accuruto Information to correspondents. dwmyOyl
Pure and Fresh Drugs
PHX&FCTBS-EI'S,
Patent Medicines, Etc
Pimnsi-NS'  rn-so-ini-Hs Cmerjuy
Compounded.
Ti'li'i'liono Communication.  Niglit Boll.
11(02710
N. W. Building Society.
1WH SEMI-ANNUA!, OKNHIIAI,
. Moating will ho hold 111 llm UUUHT
Iton.41'1, on anluriln-' evening; tioxl, UTtll
.lilt*'. IH89. ftt H o'llloi'k, for tli" I'Ul'l'OSi) of
oloi'tlnuollloorsniiii oilier blllliloss.
llynnlor,     WAl.TKItJ. WAI.KEll,
dJlYZOtil Hcon-lury,
tw mm me* m mji ms
NKW WKfiTSUNf-TKIt, II. c,
July i'illi.KSD,
lh the lUnployers of 0. M. Shattfe A n».
om/ //(-■ AVw ir«'»/j,ii/is/n' fimithvrtt R'y
Ct,, and all persona concerned.
This lirm having nsHlgneil nil its intor-
CHtHin llrltlHli Coliniibliilti llie New West*
minster Southern R'y Co., nml llnil I'.ni-
pany hnviiig assumoil nil ot Us llubililles,
eninloyoes of this lirm and llie Company
will report to tho Presfdout of lli» mid
oomnany tor Inalruotlona  ami adjust,*
ment.
,,, ,n   . *'• M. HIIEAFE ft CO.
oJlylSmt        liy EniiKNKCANi'trci.ii.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kimls of tin. host niakcoi SJi-oss-Ciit & Unnd-Slivs,
BarllOll Wire for I'onctag, anrlfaJI tho noeo-i ,ir y IKfllBllS for I'lirilllEIKl
Pulley ISloclts, Sriatc.li Bleclrs Eojn- ■&''haln h, nil -.izm; 5'itcli,
Tar & Oakums Tarm! iukI Hiin .*!-;im- f' r Buil-ll-i-JJ t'lilntu & Oils
in nil colors; Lil|nlll I'ailltS ill all l-IimIk'j Floor Points mul) tousB; fc'iml
Mtoiii'si Wall Paper in nil iluslgnoi Urooiiss .S I"
LiibricuttiiK Wilsi Trnps of all dcbcrii'tioiis, ._„,
igrlciiltiiral (iniilenients,
t_r Speoial attention givon to ordcra by mail.
'T. 3".. #:E3A.*P.*P
dwjly3td (JntjU-MiiiA Sthii
.•«iarHlJ.'a'iii.
I
GFvAPtl ia M   QLUEI
\      i/"W ■**   ;;
i mmwM
IhoeMl
NEW   WKSTMINSTEB.
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columliln .Street,
!>v,- Westminster,
Absolutely Pure.
U.l'hiH [iinvdor nevor Tarles. A marvel of
purity,strength and wnoloppaienosB. More
ocouomh-at lliiin the ordltinVy ki'ii1s,aud
eannot he sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short, weight alnm
or plmsiilmte powdei'H, Kohl only In enns,
ItOYAI.llAKINO I'OWDF.ll Co., 100 Wall HI.,
New York. 3fely
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Frozen milk, it has been discovered, may bo kept in a fresh stato indefinitely, nnd many steamers sailing on long voyages are provided
with stenm. refrigerator** in which
milk and othor foods may bo preserved for any length of timo.
Farm for Sale.
LOT 27, BLOOK I NOETH RANGE 6
West, Lulu Islnnd, at n hurgaln.-
Aliply lo I'ANDBKOS.,orEDWAllU A
BHAllPE, Lulu Island, d\vje£7nil
TO KENT.
A PLEASANT ttOOM FOR TWO GEN-
Memeii, with  or without Hoard, in
private family.   Apply nl third houso up
iliuhtll, left hand sldeof Douglas street.
 djulOto
First-class Prairie Farm
rSnO'£& S3.-SLX-33.
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, Ninth Arm, Fraser Itiver; eon*
mining2COaorosof Hieflniefltfarming land
In the country; nil dyked, woll Improved'
good buildings, good orchard (heurlng). -
For further Information enquire of
MAJOR ft PEARSON,
dmyaotv Now Westminster.
WANTED.
All Summer DRESS GOODS and MILLINERY will
be sold AT COST.    Now is tlie time to secure BARGAINS.
dtc .     :m:x-2s_ "*v?7**m:. ~b^.*3.
eal fesmte,
stSSEEU-S-'V-iESffiaSBSSSSI
ru.
NEWWESTMIi
INEFl OLA 111'.'SO W
Mo.KENZJE STt;.
l/AWflfll  i\/ET*D     CORNER  CORDOVA   AND
VANOUUV tn, ABBOTT STREETS.
—ANn-
ANDERSON BLOOK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON,   ENG. .07 CANNON ST
Lrmjng Lands _* Town Lots
OF ALL iESCWTJUS rflR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia and Front Sta,,
in central portion of tlio city; several
buildings bring good rent—$2,000.00.
Lot 4, Block 7, nenr Lytton Square,
00x132 foot, fronting on'Columbia ami
Front Sta.- £0,000.00.
Cornor Lot ou Columbia St,, 33x00 feot—*
§4,000.00,
Also—Lot and Building with stock of
Goods, one of the beat InistiicBS stands
in the city,
ImprovedResidential Property
Lot 15, Block 1"; two housfia routed at
paying llgiircr-—S4.fiCO.00.
Houso and Lot ou Lome St.- noar Columbia—81250,00.
Lots 4, 5 St 0, Block 10; good house,
garden, Ao. j choicu rcsiilcnco propertv
-$5,250.00.
Comer Lot on Oolumbia St.) fenced and
cleared -31500.00.
Houao nnd Lot on Columbia St.* one of
the finest residencea in tbo oity—$?,*
000.00.
Houao and Lot on lloyal Avdnito, nonr
Douglas .St."4'>l000.00.
Hotieo nml 3 Lotn, corner Royal Avonuo
and St. Patrick's St.) no better roil*
donee sito iu tho city—SI0,000.00.
1 aero, with 7 liotim-p, near tbo Pnrk—
3(1,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property,
Lot I, Block 28; corner lot on Agnos St. j
fino rosidenoe eito--51200.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., nenr Queen's
Avenue- -§500.00 onch.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Halt-
fax Sts., near Clinton St.; lino views
nnd well oituntcil—?:i50.00, 5,175.00,
5500.00.
Lot uu Mblbourno St., near Clinton -
5300.00.
Lot 0, Sub-Block 10; fine residenco lots-
5250.00.
Lota on Polliam St., noar Mn 17—5000.00
eaoh.
Lot on Pclham St,, norii* St, Andrew's!
lino site --5500.00,
Lot ou St. John's St., nenr Melbourne—
5350.00.
Lot tn St. Andrew'-* Squaro ■ 5300,00.
fjtits iu Block fronting on Nortii A in
rond; finest chimco hi the market fir
rcfiuleneii ur Bpcoulatifiti—$126,00 ti
5175.00.
Lobs in SiibiiiviHion nf l^ot 11, sub-Bloo
12--?(!0,00 to 5125.00.
Lot. in Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloo
18-5100,00 each,
Lota 111 Westminster Addition nt $15.00
to §50.00.
\NB   THOUSAND   CORDS   CRDAR
Holts, four to seventeen feet long.—
dto KOVAL CITY TLANING MILLS CO,
WANTED.
rnEACHRR FOR BOUNDARY BAY
L School. Address P. V. RAITT, ftco.
Hoard of Trustee-- for Uoundary Ilnv
School, Ladner's Landing.        djlyl8!10
STRAYED.
mWOCOWR, ONE WHITE AND THK
J. othor white und red spotted, hoth
with ropes round their nocks. Information concern Ins the lost animals will ho
Kindly received by lhe Sisters of St. Mary's
Hospital. dJIymiS
Piano Tuning!
MR. Jt, E. HNI,4¥H0N, from llrond-
wond A Hons, London, Rngland, and
Btolnwaytfc Sons, Now York, now nt Car-
tor's Temple or Music, Vancouver, will
atlentl lo orders loft al Mr. Zed. K. Hall's
Store, Uew Westminster. Tuning, 83.
  djlylnit
Tt bus boen proposed to apply
telephones to the iufeotiou3 wards of
thu Fi'otmh hospitals, so uh tii onablo
this sick people who aro isolated to
have the comfort uE hearing the
voices of thoir relations without nny
risk of conveying infection by the
interview.
Oregon.it is reported, has a very
poor fruit crop this year and will
have to depend largely on California.
The California crop is not over big,
but it is said thai tho demands of
the canners will bo moderate this
season, thereby enabling California
to supply Oregon.
FIVE  HANGINGS.
Five Murderers Sentenced to Hang
in New   York Cily  on
August Third.
United States Consul on the Congo
will Explore the Upper purt
of the Itiver.
The Synod of Nova Scotia has
pronounced against "questionable
methods" of raising money for
church purposes. Lotteries nnd pie
socials certainly do savor strongly
of the secular, particularly the
former Bpecies of amusements, which
by the way, is contrary to law.
"That soltles it," said a prisoner
whom his honor sentenced to the
workhouse for sixty duys tho other
morning. "Settles what?" asked
the officer to whom tbo remark was
addressed. "I have been troubled
in my mind whether to go down to
Long Branch or up to Mackinac
this summer. Now I won't have to
goto either."
MilflU I PFIRSQN
Real   E.-'tafc  ftrokei-:** nnd
Financial Agents.
-.GKNTS FOR
w-.-t-fetter 11 Hon LH'u  Assoclntl'tii of
Toronto,
Uoyntnml   l.niK'Hi-lilrc l'l :■■» lii-n;i'-
nn   i' 1 Uu lip ii. iti** a.
BU-ViiliifiMe Lots for snlo in the City
i»ml  Ulsnk-l of Westminster;  and ohi-l."-.*
Lots i-i Un-. ciiyof Vancouver.
Pui-sons- wishing to bny or FfM city or
pus:.,:!
\ !UII-'>'.
ii: ni Ii.t', hiitlirnif, opposite
esiminster,nnd HastingsSt.,
.hvnpinto
UBGISTS
Queen's Hotel Block,
»kh wi:stjii\siki:.
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PBBSOBIPTIONS A RPKCIALTY.
daplto
Loiikri, Harris
so 00.
Roal  Estate,
INSURANCE
■—AND	
ia! Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all llunlucsi- n-hitin*- to
Ileal Katato.
—- AQKNT.S POR—
London .insurance Corporation.
Connecticut Flro Insurance Co. of
HnrUbnl.
London nnd Lancashire Life ,*nwnr-
11 nee Co.
Canton Insurance (Hlieo, Ld. f&Iarlno)
0PP10E9I
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwnol-b'1
''$ih*
Thero is in the civilized world an
averago of one deaf mute to every
1,500 population; in other words
there aro at least 1,000,000 of this
afflicted class. In the United States
there are 3S,0OOj in Great Britain,
20,000; in Germnny, 25,000 ; in
France, 30,000; in Sweden, 2,000;
in Norway, 1,100; in Denmark,
2,000; in Holland, 2,300, and in
Switzerland (the couutry abovo all
others where deafness is prevalent)
10,000.
The legislature of Illinois at its
lato session passed an alien law
which wont into effect on duly lat.
By the terms of this law no alien
can be employed on stato or municipal public works. It is supposed
that the law will cause a stampede
of foreign labor from Chicago to
other points, nnd bo an injury to tho
labor markets in other places. It is
feared that tho law may not be enforced ns strictly as it ought to bo.
There is a probability that its constitutionality will bo tested in the
courts.
Tiio consumption of distilled spirits
in tho United States has decreased
frotn 80,000,000 gallons in 1870 to
76,000,000 gallons last year. This,
notwithstanding the great necessary
increaso in tho amount used in the
arts. Meantime the consumption of
wine increased from 12,000,000 to
30,000,000 gallons. This is a wholesome change. Tlio population lias
increased about 70 per cent, since
1870, so that these figures indicate
a great falling off in tho consumption
jijflj' cajiita of "hard liquor" «a a beverage,—Ex.
Chief Arthur, of the Locomotivo
Engineers, is credited with tho
declaration that he will never endorse another strike. The strike is
about tho only way tho workman
has of advancing his intorests—that
is, when tho employer declines to bo
persuaded. Uut it is a most costly
warfare. It impoverishes Uio striker
and brings suffering and hunger to
tiis unoffending wifo and family.
Everybody must wish that the day
of strikes will soon bo over. Arbitration is, of courso, the remedy of
these harsh measures. But, unfortunately, that principle is not yot
applied wlih satisfaction to all concerned.
In order to givo a proper definition of what constitutes a log used
for piling purposes, nu order in couucil lias been passed, confirming a
recommendation of the treasury
board, which removes a grout dual
of tho difficulty nltheito experienced. It provides tnat all logs
found to measure inside tin: bark,
eleven inches or less diameter at the
end thereof, irrespective of length
of such logs, when exported for piling purposes or as piling, be uot
subject to tho export duty of SI per
1,000 feet board measure. This
decision will mainly affect the exporters of small spruco timber in
tho maritime provinces and British
Columbia.—- Canada Lumberman.
A London letter to tho Philadelphia Bulletin says: "I noticed for
the first time theso many years n
change in Uio looks of tho Princess
of Wales. It is sad to havo to say
so, but tho 'sen king's daughter from
ovor the sea, Alexandra,' is getting
old. Sho hus for years lookod like
tho sister of her daughters, only
fairer than they. ' But, now? Woll,
now, she is beginning-—at last-to
look liko thoir mothor, I do not
go so far as to sny that tho foot of
tho crow has marked the eye-cor*
tiers, but she is thinner and more
worn in nppearanco and older-looking than sho wns last Ascot. It
may bo tlmt the onros of tlio season
are telling upon her, Tlio prince is
ns jolly ns ever. Nothing seems to
affect him."
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
BrUiuh Troops Being Stmt from
Cairo to Reinforce the Egyptians ut Assouan.
I'lVK   HANOIMUB.
Nuw York, July 23.—Hcutenco of
death wna passed to-duy on thu murderers Oharles Gibben nnd Keftry
Carh'tun, .Vu^nst Orel, being the ditto
fixed. There nro now livo condemned
murderers to bo executed hero oil that
day. Thoy nro -John Lewis (colored),
Jauiea Nolan, Patrick Packevhamj
Cbarlos Gibben and Henry  Cariotou.
FROM THK CON-JO.
Nkw Voi.k, July 22.'—Among tho
arrival*) from Europo this morning liy
the Auriiiniii was Emery Taust, United
Statos consul at tho Congo, Ho in
absent from bis post on a thirty daya
leave, being convalescent from si serious attack of Cutigbfover, from which
for a time his recovery waa doubtful.
Ho sail-i again August 21st, when he
will explore thoroughly tho upper Congo in tho interest of tho U. S. government, devoting probably two years to
tho tusk. Ilo brings with him an ex-
tensive report on tho Lower Congo,
which ho haa thoroughly explored.
Many interesting facta will appear in
the report.
noui.ANoisst.
New Yokk, July 22.—The Gourioi*
Etats Unis commenting this morning
ou the French political situation says
editorially; "Tho grnvo feature is tho
disorder which Boulangism throws into tho republican ranks. It is certain
it lends thom to profit by the reaction.
What is strangest is tho effect it exercises on persons entirely sincere but
victims of gross deception and blindness, from which thoy will recover with
difficulty; Tho French doctors will
havo no difficulty in distim-ui&hing tho
gamo of lho monarchists. They will
huvo moro in perceiving that of Boulangism, but whon thoy do divine it.
the end will come of the incredible
schemo which has confused popular
good sense, and which will perish
miserably.
BEIKrOHOEMENTS.
London-, July 22.--Eight hundred
Britisli Iroopa have beon sent from
Cairo to Assouan.
OUESSA. HAllXOll.
A contract hn3 been concluded with
a Gorman lirm for tho reconstruction
of (ho harbor of-Odossa at a cost of
twenty million marks.
COAXISp  DESEllTERS.
London, July 22.—At Demiresch,
near Adiinnople, Kuasian agenta are
collecting soldiers who desert from tho
Bulgarian army at different points
along the frontier. The Russians pay
thom liberally, give them alluring
promises uf early employment, and
thus one 'iii-iig-.' dosorters aU ovor Bulgaria. Just what object tho Russians
seek to accomplish by this manoeuvre
is uot quite clear. Tho matter has
been brought to the attention of lhe
Bulgarian ropresontalive at St. Petersburg, with instructions lo request an
explanation.
ANOTURU  MASIFKSIO,
London, July 21.— Bculanger, Dillon and Rochefort arc out ta*duy in a
manifesto to thoir fellow-countrymen,
in which they doubunoo the calumnies
of the ministers, who, as thoy say,
havo themselves been convicted of peculations. Thoy assert thnt the ministers have been making desperate nt
tempts to extort from army officers,
former subordinates of (leueral Boulanger, charges of 0110 sort or another
against him, and that they are even
uow using public funds lo obtain
against the general perjured testimony
from jail bit ds and convicts. The
manifesto continues: "They appeal
to tho penal code but brought absolutely nothing ngwmt us. If they
could have obtained tlio nvM trivial
proof of misconduct on our part, it is
not likely that they would risk, as
they are risking now, prosecution Of
th« assize court by negotiating with f'-r*
ijera to furnish evidence against ns. It
is to you, foliow-ooun try men* that we
appeal to judge between us uud this
gang of thieves. Wo await with serene
confidence a sentence frum which theso
bandits even now feel it coming, vainly
ondrawu' to escape. Long live au
holiest republic."
The ECiiliny schooner Aurora, built
a puuplo of years ngo at Plumper's
Pus*, tiiiivod yesterday from Kodink,
mak ing the run down in the veiy
quick time of fifteen days. Capt.
Adolpho says that he did not see any
of tliu Victoria schooners on tho trip,
and only sighted two American craft
going up, whoso names ho did uot
know. This is tho Aurora's second
trip this season. On tho first trip sho
secured a trillo over 300 skins, nnd
this timo sho returns with about 500,
so that her ontiro out eh so far this
season amounts to about 800 scnls.—•
Sunday's Colonist,
A ''mul Qtiltrlx ftfltiWlUf*.
Air. X. Shaw, the station agent, has
returned from nnothor prospecting
trip in the vicinity of Big Mountain,
about lon miles from Nnnaimo Lnkos,
Ou his return from his previous trip,
Mr. Shnw brought back specimens from
different- ledges which ho 1ms nssayod,
and with a veiy good showing. An
ass:iy made by Ur. Bredemeyer, of
Vancouvor, wont $80 of copper to the
ton and $0.05 in gold. Another samplo assayed at the government officos
in Victoria showed $80 copper nnd
$3.80 silver, but no gold. The object
of this lust trip of Mr. Shaw's was to
obtain a few moro spcctinuus, but nt a
depth below tho surface, nud for this
purpose lm sunk a shaft several foot in
depth, ^ Tho specimens were sent
away this morning nud it is thought
tho result of tho assays will bo known
in a fow days, and that thoy will be
muoh moro encouraging than tho last
one.— Free Press,
VICTOftlAJEWS.
Tb. Latest Fron tke u-LN-,g ti> laden,
Urge t'ulelirs Beported mm! Ibe Heel
was Abont to Enter BebrlnK He*.
Special to the Columbian.
Vioioiiii, July 23.—The Britiih
schooner Wanderer arrived yesterday
afternoon with o.er live thousand seal
alvins. Tho Wanderer waB sent north
to brin-j down the catch ol the fleet.
Tlio people on the Wimdercr ure reticent and information is diflicult to
glean. The aliiiis wero transfercd to tho
Wanderer the latter pait of Juno at
Sandy Point. The Britiih sealing
fleet wus to have immediately gone in.
fo Behring Soo. All the skins woro
caught outside Bohring Sea. Thoy
were sent down hy tho Wanderer so
ns to avoid the capture of the vessels.
The revenue cutter Bush wai at Sandy
Point closoly watching lho movements of the schooners. Sho took up
ordcra .from tho owners of American
schooners for the captaina to keep out
of Behring Sea. Sealing men here ex -
1 pect there will be tome seizures, but
not many. Thore is only one oulter
and sho cannot patrol tho whole of
Hcli-iii-! Sea. When she makes a
capture sho will hove to put a prizo
crew aboard and therefore could not
linniUo nil of tlio sealing schooners in
the sen. Several sealing captains beforo leaving here made somo rather
wild talk of rosistence, but it ii generally thought it waa but talk. However, no littlo anxiety is felt for furthor news from the disputed sea. The
following schooners are reported. W.
P. Sajward 468, Ariel 238, Sapphire
010, Black Diamond 283, Maggie Mac
030, Annie 0. Moore 489, Juanita 32,
Theress, 198, Viva 872, Pathfinder
6B8, Walter L. Rich 823, Veuture317.
The catch of tho American schooners
was about as follows: . Lily L 520,
Bessie Butler 2S0, Mollie Adams Kd,
Sandiego 100, Fowler BOO, AllieE.
Alger 263, J. H. Lewis 242, The
Wanderer bipught down, the captain
and two of the crew 'of' tlie American'
schooner Webster. The Webster was
cast away on the northern tout and
became a total wreck. She wa. owned by Seattle parties. No liyes were
lost. The balance of the crew were
transferred to the schooner Mollie
Adams. Two men belonging lo lho
schoonerAdeleof Oklohama stole*
boat and deserted. It is believed they
joined some other vessel. 'The Viotoria soho oner Lily wat spoken on the
return trip with 26 teal skins and. four,
otters. Tho Triumph was alio spoken
recently with 200 skins.
BOULANGER CRUSHED.
Houlanfc-er and Count Dillon are
Deprived of their Civil and Fo-
llti-alRiijlitg in France.
The People of Hawarden wlUErett
a Memorial in Honor of Gladstone's Golden Wedding.
The (jncen'B Savlnga and Expenditures arc Discnsjed in Mr,
Edmund Yates' Cable.
■«-.<:. t. v. Provincial mru--.
"Refuge cities are a thing of the
past, but refuge homes are a necessity
of tho present," so says the organized
mother's love of British Columbia.
Believing that actiont apeak louder
than words, they have purchased in
tho city of Victoria a piece of ground
with a suitable building upon it, No.
108, Cormorant st., and have named it
the "W. 0. T. V. Provincial Refuge
Borne," and are prepared, having fitted it up for tho purposo, to open its
doors wide and welcome to its shelter
ond protection any mother's girl wishing to leavo a crooked life and retrace
her steps to a life of purity. Such
mny there find friendi, tender sympathy, and the loving guardianship of
u Christian matron.
To avoid indolence an industrial de-
paitineut will furnish occupation for
euch inmate and at the same timo con-
tribute in some degree towards making the homo self supporting.
The Provincial Women's Christian
Temperance Uuion bas beon impelled
to undertako this work of rescue by a
sense of obligation (o a olass of the
community for whose salvation no effort is being made by others and uo
hospitals or asylums provided.
It is well known that, with tho increase in population of our towns and
cities, there hs* also beena proportionate increase in the number of houses
whero, without licenie or protest from
local authorities, the most degrading
vice, are practised and tho vilest of liquors sold. Mother love, which is
but tho expression of God's love for
His children, pleads with tho city
fathers, who bave the vested power,
und could do it if they would, to stamp
out this monster evil at ita source by
pronouncing ill existence a social
crime. The safaty of our own hcjme
purity demands thia. But while the
iniquity ia loterated, and the it ream
of pollution is allowed to flow through
onr streets, every good citizen is called
upon in the name of common humanity to lend a helping hand, if, perchance, a few of tho iowols of other
homes may be rescued from the gutter
into whioh they have been thrust.
Tho local conduct of the refuge has
been entrusted to a managing board of
twelve ladiel, representing all the
evangelical denominations, assisted by
all tho resident paitors of evangelical
churches, and six buainea, men, who
constitute an advisory committeo.
It will bo readily perceived that ar.
institution such us the ono described
cannot bo maintained without ooniiderable financial lupport. While gratefully acknowledging tho geniroua assistance already given, which hai
mado it possiblo to do what hai. been
dono, tho board of management fiiid
it necessary lo appeal to tha publio,
through the local unions for further
nid. Subscriptions will bo circulated
throughout the provinco by committees elected for the purpoie, and we
bespeak for them a kind and liberal
response from all.
The provincial union having becomo an incorporate body, money or
pods devoted to it will be secured for
it, use, and a provincial statement will
bo publiihed from time to timo by the
treasurer of the refuge fund, for tha information of contributors.
Reform work has ever ill* dii-
couragoment, on account of failures.
The Christian women kconly realise
the magnitude of the taak they have
undertaken, therefore, they solicit for
thoir project hum all classes of tha
community that charity which will
prevent unkindly criticisms tending to
disparagement and opposition.—Com.
Wm. Hogan, of Jackson, Mich,,
brother of E. D. Hogan, the mining
aeronaut, mado a balloon ascension at
St. Thomas, Ont., at 0:30 Sundayevon-
ing, going four thousand feot high. Hu
had a narrow escape Irom doath.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'-fein,-
KtOHTS  FORFEIT".*!.
Psius, July 23.—An ordor wu issued by the high court of justice to-
day, depriving Gen. Boulanger ind
Count Dillon of their civil and political rights in France, and declaring
thom iuillogible for election to any
office.
B0ULAN018T8 DISMISSED.
'P*Bm,Jt-ij'2i>.—Forty mire Boulangist office holders were yesterday
dismissed from varioui office,.
TUE UOV AL FUNEtt tl,.      .
Cofknhaobs, Jnlji ?3 a' number
of Iho royat family and representatives
of the Czar and of King Oscar, of
Sweden, will bo present at the funeral
of Princess Augusta, of Hesse, sitter
of the queen. . n (...     ;
auDsrosi's goukh wBDnara.
Loudon, July 23.—Tho people of
Hawarden propose to erect a monument in common-oration of the golden
wedding of Mr, and Ion. Glad-tone.
MR. YATES' CAME,
London, July 23.—The queen hii
quite recovered from the very bad attack of lumbago and iciatica from
which she wai suffering so bably a fortnight ago, and can walk and move
about with else.' Tho colder weather
has conduced much to her recovery.
She wai looking vary much better tha
dsy she left Windsor. If Iho amount
of the queen's savings ia u larga ai reported namely over £800,000 sue must
nave a large private fortune. She has
purchased Balmoral 1 and Osborne
which ronnot represent len, with outlying propertiei whioh ahe is always
acquiring thu, half a million more,
exclusive of Claremont, for which she
psid a vory luge sum. ,ghej(,s, It is '"
•aid, given large fortunes to some pf
her daughter! on their marriage, u
well aa to her grand-daughters; tha
children of the grand duke of Hesse to
the amount of J80,000. Her savings
therefore in roond number! are something like *1,MK>,000. There ii om
item of the queen', expenditure which
has alwayi been overlooked or entirely
forgotten, namely—the large lumi
which aha hu ipent on memorials to
the Prince Comort. The Albert memorial ii laid lo have coat over 1100,-
000. She has restored St. George's
chapol, Windsor, in a most lavish
minner, and roust have spent vast
sums at Fro&more on the maiolenm.
It ia said by thoae well able to judge
her expenditure, on this one item
alone lhe hai spent nearly £80,000,
Which brings os beyond tho two million pounds which tho queen ii believed to have saved.
ALBERT EDWARD.
The Prince of Wales is better than
he wns, but has been Buffering from
gout in the eyes and legs, which had
een cured some time but has begun to
trouble him again. He is undoubtedly
worried by the opposition to the royal
grant. Invitations to the Royal marriago can barely exceed fifty, so that
many well known friendi of the prince
and prineeu will of necessity be absent. The duchess of Aberoorn hai
worked very hard aa the head of the
ladiea present committee and has the
advantage of co-operation of auch ex-
perienced organizer! as Lady Grey,
the duchesses of St Albams, "Lady A"
and Lady Roseberry. The list h»
been strictly confined to personal acquaintances, i Thb Princo of Wain
met General Boulanger it Lord Randolph Churchill's on Wednesday evening at a ball, possibly one of the moat
remarkable ever given in Connaught
Place. The tablo was profusely decorated with roses, and as all ladiea present were going off to Mrs. Oppen-
heim'i boncert the ball diiplay of
jewels waa unusually fine.
THE LABOR CONORESS.
Paris, July 22.—The labor congreu
today adopted resolutions calling upon the governments to oppose monopolies on raw materials and tbl necea-
Uriel of life, and urging the working
classes to organize againat traits. The
next oongre-s will meet in Brussels in
1891.
TEE ROYAL GRANT.
London, July 22.—Besides Labou-
chere, the only other member of the
royal grants committee who refuiea
to sign tho committee's report il Mr,
Bart, the radical member ol Morpeth.
Despite this practical unanimity, how.
ever, the report ia o-rt.ln to arotm
the met violent storm against the
royal family that hu bean known in
England fur a century, and one remit
is sure to be the prolongation of the
preient parliament into the end ot August.
THE HERMAN EXFKSITIOK.
Berlin, July 22.—The official report of the German military operationi
in Weitern Africa ii pobliined ii,d
contain, aome full not yet cabled to
America. The principle feature! of
tbe campaign are already known.
Capt. Wiuman attacked and occupied
the camp of Buachirl, who wu himself wounded, and who loat 106 men
in the fight. The German lou wu
threo white and lix black msn. Four
marines and three Soudanese were
wounded. Oapt. Wiumm uyi hii
victory and destruction of the native
camps, if not decisive, ii at lust very
important in iti bearing! of the African queition, but the march, under a
torrid un in a pestilential atmoiphere
through dome vegetation wu difficult,
and on the return the whole line of
march wu disorganised. Many white
soldiers had to be carried by the
blacki. All thia proves that the uu
of European soldiers in inch expeditions must nllllllrily be   limited.
Capt. Wiumin uyi high tribute mut
be paid to the bravery of hii Son*
danese allies. The report notes thst
tho German explorer hai for the fint
timo mide use of hones in hii operations, and dwelli on the advantage
which horsemen have in riling above
the high grasses when in saddle. It
ii believed, however, that the elimetle
conditions of wwtirn Africa will prevent tho importation of honea in large
''11 numbers. it
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It will be seen from a coinmuni-
nioated article elsewhere that tho
"Refuge Home" haa been fairly in
augurated in Victoria, under the
auspices of the provincial W.O.T.U.
The object of this home is generally
understood. The work is a branch
of Christian rescue work among a
hitherto practically neglected class
in thia provinco, although similar
institution! and endeavors are not
unknown in many of. the larger centres of civilization throughout the
world.   Such a home is an absolute
S
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ter half. Marvellous has been tbe
advancement in tbe useful sciences
snd arts daring the last fifty years.
The idealistic in art and,literature,
has not flourished correspondingly,
however-; iu that - period - but lo
everything its appointed season. We
cannot expect to have all the advantages nnd excellences crowded
into our own age. If. this wero tlio
case, we should likely -ret too bumptious for anything. The following,
from the Edinburgh Review, whicli
tnost will admit to be true, and hu-
tailiatingly true to a certain extent,
whilo it detract1- nothing from tlm.
lustre wliich achievement in other
iit'lils has shed upon this century
and tigo, is fitted to knock a little of
the overweening conceit out of
nineteenth centurians. Says the
Review: If we bad to speak ut large
of the current li tent ure of the age
we should be obliged to confess that
there has not been for many years a
period more absolutely devoid of
originality and genius. The tire
which burned with such intensity
in the earlier half of the present
century is in its ashes. That astonishing array of writers of tho first
rank in poetry, in fiction, in history,
in philosophy—writers so eminent
and so original that their fume went
forth into alt lands and secured them
a place in the records of all time-
is extinct. Perhaps iu science and
in history some exceptions may still
be found, but even in these branches
DAlIiY BBITlSH OdttJMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0,, 3Vht 23, 1880.
VOLUME VH.-NO. 19.
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pro-requisite to any success in resou-1 ""l •»ost. *""■•«•*  •mmes, MmS
ing and reforming tbe unfortunate  »«■"-'•>*• P"» Oian tothepres-
olau whom   it  is   proposed by the   ent-    In •"•" •"■•""**- °* books which
-    •    —       • ■ •■ are poured forth in ever increasing
numbers by the press, it is rare to
devoted women of tho Women's
Christian Temperance Union to endeavor to reach and uve. tt will
require money to maintain the refuge home, and those of the public
who take an interest in Christian
and philanthropic work* will no
donbt be glad to assist in the indirect but substantial manner of subscriptions. A systematic canvass,
it il understood, will be made by
the ladies of the W.O.T.U. throughout the province in behalf of this
work. It il unmistakably a legitimate Christian work, one which the
founder of Christianity Himself has
plainly stamped with His approval,
and no one who, professes the name
of Christian oan consistently with
his profession, we ihould think, refuse it that aid or countenance within hb power.
There are serious complaints in
England against the present state of
the law of libel. The London Em,
it would appear, was sued for attacks upon a ihow. The truth of
the chargei wai proved, but the
newspaper had to pay heavy damages. The London 1'all Mall Gaselte
also had to pay £1,500 for publish-
ing a letter conl*u«aTf-aTa*a****Ms
against a circus. Warned by these
hard experiences, the latter paper
wm afraid to print the complaint
brought to the offloe by a man who
nid hii ohild wai being cruelly ill-
used in a certain circus. The man
went away in despair at being unable to obtain publicity for his
wrongs. Like others whom tho law
refutes to deal with justly, he took
mitten into hii own hands. He
shot the manager of the circus dead.
Then the newipapen, being released
from the fear of being bankrupted
hy unjust verdicts for heavy damages, spoko out They declared the
treatment of the girl to have been
brutal in the extreme, The newspapers, remarks an exchange, can
doubtless stand the strange anomaly
longer than the British publio can.
The law of libel seems, not only in
Britiih Columbia, but oven in England and the United States to be away
behind the age. In the oases cited
above we have most forcible illustrations of the serious injury whioh result! from the failure to protect the
press in tho reasonable and beneficent exercise of ita legitimate functions. A clearer difference should
be recognized and established by the
law between rail and so-called libel.
The leading English politician!
have been discussing the question of
a memorial to the late Mr. John
Bright, says an exchange. Different
opinion! prevail as to how the memory of this great and good mm miy
most suitably be honored. Lord
Granville, it is uid, declares that
everybody agrees upon the idea of
erecting a itatue of the dead itates-
insu somewhere within the precincts
of tho parliamentary halls which
io often  resounded with hii elo-
Stienoe. After thii hu been done
lere are several luggestions ai
to tome further memorial. The
foundation of a scholarship at
one of tha universities, the
main object of which should be the
promotion of international arbitration has been proposed. Thii, it
wai held, would harmonise with the
well-known ideal of Mr. Bright on
peaceful methods of conducting a
controversy. Mr. Chamberlain
don not favor inch a memorial, u
Mr. Bright wai never identified during hii lifetime with university
work of any tort. Is hii opinion
the eitabliihment in Manchester,
Birmingham, and Rochdale, where
Mr. Bright passed much of hii time,
of training sohools for nurses whose
serrlces oould be given gratuitously
to tho poor, would ba an acceptable
plan. In the meantime a committee consisting of Lord Hartington,
Earl Granville, Mr, Justin McCarthy and others will undertake
the erection of a statue, and then
tho othor project, will be considered.
Tha movement ii w very general
and non-political that it* inccess is
declared to be assured.   •
Welivoinaconoeitedage. When
we ipaak of tha "nineteenth century" wo do it with an accent on
tho "nineteenth" and initinctively
raise onr hat to tho genius of th*
age. It ii a great century, doubt-
law, but of utilitarian triumph! prin-
"•pally, mora eapeoiall*' ai to ito lat- J
meet with one whioh will outlivo
the year or whioh deserves a longer
lifo. The reason is plain. Such
books are not created hy the energy
of the mind, but are manufactured
from old materials. There is no
greater proof of the extremely superficial character of modern education than tho superficial character of
the current literature, tn place of
grasping the substance of the great
men und the great writers of old,
people content themselves with their
shadows on the wall. Biography,
which is at this moment the most
popular form of literature, consists
in reducing to the smallest possiblo
compass the heroes and sages of the
past, snd in inflating the post.
humous reputation of the mon of
yestorday, by ransacking their desks
and publishing their private letters.
Indeed, it is a curious characteristic
of the literature of the day thut
biography preponderates to an enormous extent over every other branch
of composition. It would seem as
if the present generation hud noth:
ing better to writo about than the
personal lives of their predecessors',
and even of their cotemporaries.
That "additional terror of deuth,"
which Lord Campbell was said to
have invented when he wrote his
"Lives of the Chancellors," has become ns inevitable as what is called
the "debt of naturo." No man oaii
be sure that he will escape the insatiable biographer who haunts tho
graveyards. Ancient and modern,
old and young, in books for the
library, in books for the railway
stall, in reviews nnd magazines,
even in our pages and in those of
our most distinguished cotemporary,
biography claims tho lirst placo and
reigns supreme. It is a proof that
tho public care more for persons
thnu for things, for the details of
daily lifo than tlio originality of
thought.
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inlmtlcr," trill be ■•'■(*p|vi**l iip fo 4 p. in. ot
Piti day, .iiiiy wili. (orthoordotlortofnn
KX1NMTION IIUILDINH III tlio Oily
I'mk. Kncli icmlor iiniRMH'iKWtiinpiiiildi!
Iiv it tlitpimll, fiini'il tofl pt?i'coiii. uf iimni-Df.
nf tfinlcr. In the i-vi-iil, nf ii -'onli'iii-l Iclnj;
Inl, Miu ildpriNlt will bo rotiiln.-il nn purl no-
ourlty for lho ituo porfmniiintm uf tlm
work, Tbo depOnlt will bo rotinnntl to
unsiii'i:i'«sfiil comprlllorH, but. will lio (or-
fullotl byiiny bltliliT wlio may iloollltolo
t-.-fi'iiioiiconirnct If rtAllod upon In do so,
rinns mul HpniiiifiiiiniiN muy bo noon at
my nftlno, Mnry Htreet,
Tho lowest oi any under nni iH'i-iisnurlly
ncooptod, «. W. GRANT,
Aron tool.
WeaLmlnntfjr, July 23, I860.        djlyzaw
0. E.
Ukd Subvetdii.
A. C. GAMBLE
NOTMV PUBUfl,
LM.O SURVEYORS,
IMat"i.!6Wo8i MM,i$ii
AND C'ONVUVANG'KliS.
J-.a.ZBSt'XB aro***
b*IR»,-Tll« W'.'il'-ni i.rToronU'.Tlic .W-
n:i,'r!iii'::ii'.-„f l."ini'int!nul 'J'lill Ililil-
for,!,
l.ll'i:. --'I'll" Nf v ',-',i-U 1,(1" !,iMiriilii!f! '■('.
AOOIWISNT—l'nhTr-yollers'6'Hllrlfpi-il
hnml Surveying 111 nil lis 1,1'Hllcllosno-
cnraluly mul nromi'lly enrrlfltl cut.
City Mill Snlnirbmi l.iiiitls for Snle.
•y<j"nu .iiiiiw ii. (.'Miiiplelo ll-l, ol ueslrablo
lolnliun. , .      ,     ,
l.'nl',„li,|*l-n»'lu',"ll'r"Y"1' ,l"[1 lllllm-
prnvo f, iiinninii'iui, Hi-< tltsirlot,
-ll:,lu|- nntl „l !„;,• monk l,{mj;lil mid
ROlU. .   ,
*ll«»e-* lo l,oni» fm Ural mortpijic ill
loir rates, 	
Ticr.ici'iioNi:0.u.i. No. 83.
I'. O. UllAWBItW.
WOODS, TllliXKIt & (J.l JIBLB,
Offioi, EluUs'i Blook,   -   Oolumsi* Stiieet
nbw westminuteh.
dmbllto
\tB"S3;',''*fef'H
-3   C
K
a ttata WH.» u -j'trii-.lSi.HKy W vOi
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Planeti js*.* tiarden 'FooIh,
B/.uw i lowers, &c. &c.
Tiger   R?a_.q_    ^ .   mn..
Maxwell Oo.
wvm iiii
(joliiiuliitt Sti-cet.
M-,
VAN  VOLKENiURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Eeisii Bnteliers.
MEAT 1'VBVEyORS IN GENERAt,    FKESH ,IS5" GOKBfEB
m'AT-i AIiWAVS OH HAK».
/t^i-Spediil lines quoted for tho Bliip'iiiy* tr-tlc-.   Family onlurs strictly ttUoiKlGd
lo.   Jlotola will find it to their litltirest to pliicc Llielr ol'ilefs -villi llio nbove lirm.
ilalnoly
("MBOM MAEKlf
,£**_   wjwV    --wjr ftBii V -M-*5Ll'^-'r-^--f'-*V rfiiifti i IB inl ilB.j
Front Street, New Westminster,
lANAHAi^ & "REIOHr'NBAOH,
DEALERS IN iUjl KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hnin.'i, Ititcim, Sausngc, ISoIoanna, Etc
ANOTHER CARLOAD
m'\
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
H 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.
Eo S. Scoullar & Co.
Maria fi, ta Water, tail I te fc ?ai, ver
-.** ihvuolyl
TIIW 81'A.Ol* OJSIiONBH TU
H. T. 6-IEAD & C5©
irAIUHVAUK XBItCUA NTH
The NEW WEST'iViiNSTER'
Foiindry in Mflchine Snip
i.:£.e>:c:iL;
Pro;;. St., Nevt Westminster, S. G,
ss? -s_t_A_"t_v;
jHC.&.JSir.a.asii'jfi.**.
l'.;i:.,^.^T-ui!*.''-C'J.'xjJ;niil*.s Ole
STEAM ENGINES, 8AW liLL, FISH OAIEBY
ACIUCWI'TUKAIi & All, llIXBui OP MAODiKIill**.
Brass and Iron Castings mado to Order,
HEPAIMH" DOUE WITH NEATNESS AKD DISPATCH.
P. S.—All oi'ilors from the ujiper country promptly attent-otl to.
cDOIMOUQH,
f*t-oiit Street, Kew **■' vtmiiisler.
" NewWestminster MillsWdoleii fioods
EXTRA FAMILY B.LAN.KET8-,
FLANNELS, WOBSTEOS k -:Jl WkOf Woolen liOOllS
ItBAVV.-.tUAIIK! CLOT"*fi\G.
•J.J The only House on the Mainliuul whicli keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmhjotc
EOYAL OITY
RICHARD STREET, NSW WE8TIVJSNSTER.
'.JANlT'W'Tl'IU'l'.i AXM l.>J..U.l.i.,*; IN
ilMsifligliillli'fissMiiif
Slsinglfis, Shakes, laths, Pipketa-
SlWON BOXES, m FLOUTS, ThAVo,
airaa t__ir
Wood Furnishing- for Canneries.
ftO'mi'8.     F8*aBffl"3S,     WS68'i*SV,r;'il-
RiirHilaing'ra,
;»ij§l:!';if,-
Kaliisifftst
^S*l8*;,*.Cl!;'i,
m-aefaQt'**'
Kcw'fcls.
plash imi f:\m-m ail kinds of turned mm,
Flower Pots, Flower Pots!
OI''Al,l,SIZEH A-i'l'll-ITEIlVI'lllCKH,
lor snlo by ALI'UHl) ('. wir.MON,
llnnli'iii'i' mid i'inrlsl. Iliiyal Avenue,
MOW Wc'lmlnslor. A null sollollnl   .IIVl'l
To Mill Owners.
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
The Columuian* Piiintinq KaTABLisnMBKT lint* lirGt-ciuuB Pabt^tiea for
-til kinds of Oomuwuinl Printing Oil! Heads Lotler Heads. CiiTiilars,
Cardi, Envelopes, Blank forms of evory deaorJplioji, Poslere, Dadflcrs,
PriOO UfitS* -to. Prloea will bo fouiul m low ns nt, any othnr oflion whi're
tirst-ctoHB work lu dono,
QKAtiKD T8NDI.8, .MAIIKKIi "hV.l-
Q lii-'t'-1 ivlll I>p rt-t'i'lvnl hy Itioiimlor-
H.Wiioil un(» I'VUIiiytlio'Jnildityor Anniisl.
iWill, (oj'tbtiminply of iiltmiliHIl) M. fficLnf
•■i-ln-'li I'ii'ii);, Hill. Itinif, Im-liMilnc lii'lil'rc
tliiilif-nuitl sirlm,"T.*if'U'ln\liii'|iliitik. All
l'i Ii.'mko'I nmnil luiiiliiT, (r'.'i'fnuii mlii'ii
jtliolrt,
Miitcrliilio |„. (lolivoi'ctl OH Mil'li.uik
of lho Vrmov KiVOl'iltfibtlVOtlloni imlnl'--,
Boilftpiilo iirli'cfi lo tic iiiPiitlt.iu-d foi"
n lln'mul 11 rf
The lowosturiiiiy It'lHleriibLiiceoMnrTIV
flod •tilted,
Dy order of tho Council,
mm °" IVHWE1&r.c.
XTOTICE.
NOTICH IH HHJUTOBY aiYMM THAT
I intend maidtitf-ahnllDiiuon ni tlio
Ilmioin'iil.r- lln- Clili'f ('niinnlw-.loiii'i' of
'-■iiiilfti'.mlWi.i'i--' t v lii'iTiilssioii Inlctise
tliofollpffin-'ilciicriUcati^cisotimnli
1, Cotii-maiioInfititUfttaki? Rlttmtcil f-pu'li
of iiltikolylii'iiinrtor J'm'p U;:\; fts-olfr
tlon ."uiiikI; itiniiln-' llituifu m *hiitiH
t;r-iil!i- llioinifi (ill uliniiin imst, ilii'iicf 110
t-iiiiin" iini-i.h,(li('tii-f!i;ni!ii;ii[iJsi';i>s(,iii,.iico
■III r.liiihiN lioi'lli, llifimn fio cliiiliui went,
limmin Itiitliuln,'- nnrili, llit.inn? Ill uluilim
wesl., Uii'iicn it) ■ihnliiii kiuMi, Diotiad -10
clmliiH \vi.-:illM;(;iu-i'fiijnillit.of ciiiiimemio*
111 cut.
2, (jOinnn!iH'Ilii;:tl.ni'tiKl /it t-lii- iiuiiitli
of ulitil"Hli'"inn ilOulinlnftsoulli of TiMih
rolnl, UiiziilHlnml; rtllinlliR Micnt-f wi-Nt
KlflllllllH.KOlllll'.'St'lllilllS, \;i.\ i.-j (hilll-l,
MiulliSlt'liiilii'', v.-.sl 21 (-linlne, ntnlli 1'
r-tinttiH, \v<si. li) olmlmr- norili tl olitiliip,
Vi'onI H elininn, norlh II ulinlim, went Ti
nliiihiH. norlh til ■■linitiH, cn.tl, i!( r|u«Imh,
juiutli lilelmliis, I'lint, nil trhuliiH, norlh CO
I'linlns, o.isl Sll cIiiiIiih lo Klioro, llioncp
nloiitf fthoi'iHo plnruof i.'OJiinioii(!(^ii(!iil.
ILBNRV V.EDMONDS.
JulyO, 1830. ilJIyOml VOLUME VII.-NO. 19.
DAILY BRITISH OOLtoBIAK, JSEW WESTMINSTER, fi. 0., JULY 23, 1889.
DIETETIC CRANKISM.
XVIty Thorn Cim Ilo No Gommil  Jtulo   for
'Hut lag iiiuJ Drinking.
A Chicngo physician hua- recently taken
tliu jioeiUon lhat tlioro nro moro people
iillloil every year liy iusutHeiciicy of nonr-
Mim-iil, ihimhy overloading lliwrstoiiii'i'lis.
The fnot la, ho -jays, that most people do not
natipnough, antl, abovo all things, they do not
oatnieat enough. In direct opposition to
this physiC'inn'a opinion, Bays tho Ban Francisco Chronicle, ia tho dictum of tho colo-
brntetl Aboi-notlijr tt\at ono hundred people
die er repletion to ono of starvation. Won-
flovfui as ita advances havo been, the
aoionbo'of healing ia atill far from boing
oxnot* Given tho samo subject, tho aamo
conditions, &na two oxarainiug pliysieinna,
and tho chances aro that tho diagnoses will
lm widely different.
Ono doctor will toi. a pationt that
tbo palpitation of the heart from whieh ho
la Buffering Ib duo to permanent cardiao
woaknoas* whilo tho aecond will assttro liim
that it is ascribablo to indigestion, and it. is
only a temporary troublo. Post-mortem
examinations piny havoo with tlio concrete
wisdom oFan ante-mortem consultation; and
il a chango ot doctors without any chango of
disease invariably moans a chango of
treatment. But tho object of this article is
a not to arraign tho medical profession, but
. to ■.-ntor a protest against tho harmful
v uIterances of tlio hundred and ono pro-
lessors of dietetics who persist in confounding thoir own stomach3 with every
body olao's stomach. A peculiarity of tho
authority on diet is that ho la not content
with any thing loss than a euro-all.
Somo time ngo tho announcement was
i mado that tho demon of dyspepsia must bo
drowned in hot water, takon as a drink.
Forthwith tho dyspeptics began to scald
iheii'insidos and then wondered why that
which ivus tumlor beforo grow to bo tea-
doror still. Nor was tho evil coniincd to
Mils tenderness. Tho new ordor of caloro-
hydropaths insisted that ib was necessary
to distend tlio stomach, and tbo stomach
having onco got Into tho habit of boing distended, was constantly doinanding diston-
,- slam Tho desire so created was nu urgent
on.:, and a craving was set up which was
(•uUansabsolutalnita way as that whicli
;i rises from tho uao of ardent spirits or
chloral. : t»t#_*
|» Diroctly opposed to tho hot-water drinkers woro thoso who pinned their faith upon
P the sovereign efficacy of cold wator as an
i-tlolo of diet It is God's own brewing.
I - Adam's ale," they said, aud tho flowing
.streams, purling brooks and limpid lakes
?woro pointed put as u, pellucid proof that,
■' cold water was intended to bo tho universal
I drink of man. Thostomach should bo treated
I ton glassful of this natural liquor before
■. breakfast and thero would bo no moro dyspepsia, provided cold water was uaed and
j- plenty of it. Then arose another sect who
J .declared that much cold water was just as
' 'larmful aa muoh hot water, and very little
jy-old water should ho drunk, and nono at all
J unless" it hnd been boiled. It was just as
labsuvd, said this fleet, for a man to drink
.■•waier Iiiitsnatii.'alstatoas it waa for him
i lo eat carrots or sheep's trotters iu their
[natural fltiito. Every thing was full of low
faiiA dangerous forms of existence whieh
i-hiid to bo killed \)yboat before it was a fit
article of food. Justus there wero trichinra
pi pork so thero wero microbes in water,
[ and tho man was n fool who ran tho risk of
taking in scarlet germs as he quenched his
tiiii'-aatlho purling brook or ondaiigered
hia children's health by giving them horrid
, and unboiled bacteria out of tbo limpid
'jako.
Against lite gentlemen oftho kettle and
cook-pot wero arrayed tho believers in an
Edciiio diet, who hold that, so far aa food
was concerned, whatever Is, is right, and
Una .'.raw turnip was n very lit turnip.
.■ 'oihing must be cooked, not even rice, and
ail that was neceaaary to achieve a lusty
and well-preserved old ago was to feed on
[incooked vegetables and munch on unboiled
.3. Thoso nro but fow examples of tho
tui'idwayin which somo ono particular
food or fashion of feeding has been mado to
do duty as a general nostrum. Tho school
of common sense 13 a good ono to consult
sometimes, and if its practitioners lmve
'ontysucceeded in mastering tho truth that
■vlint is one man's moat ia another man's
poison, they havo, at any rato, reached a
aufo neat Thoro can bo no general rulo for
eating, and tho sooner wo como lo tbat conclusion tlio better. Ago, climate, occupation, constitution havo all to be considered
boforo attempting any experiment*' In nutrition.
BICYCLE FOR. SALE.
A Voting A Mil-: to Tolls Why Uo lit Willing
to -Siici'llino Ills Much inn.
I have boon working vory hard  lately,
and as a consequonco havo been in rather
moor health  for tho last fow days, says a
.writer in Texas Sittings.   So last week I
jialled  on  our family doctor and asked
'hint for roliof.   Instead of giving mc 11 pro*
iprintjon lie familiarly asked mo a lot of im-
li'lout quest ions about matters that concerned only myself, and wound up by telling
'ate 1 needed exorcise, and vory strongly nd-
'vised mo to get mo a bicycle, aud I nt onco
rdcred ono.
Itcamoinduotimo and I was very well
'pleased with it. it had a nickel-plated co' a-
ploxlon with cnamotod mano and tail, .md
(;yas really quito anico-lookiug article. Tho
jtejtt day I hired a small boy to oringlt out in
J10' vt 'Oils for mo, as I did not oare to learn
do with tho public gaze on mo,
It was a beautiful spring day; tho ogg
plant was just beginning to lay and tlio
rail fences woro In; bloom. Ovor in the
woods n piece a Shanghai rooster was
eoiugtohis mate, thofarmor in tho next
leld waa planting hoop-polos, and I could
distinctly hear tiio animatod twitter of nn
excited pig. In short, all naturo seemed gay,
etc.j aa por spring poet.
Tiien for tho first timo Igoton my bicycle.
it was also tho last timo.
Thero aro several ways of falling off n
bicyclo. Bomo aro easier than others, but
wlion you start to fall you don't havo a
johaiioo to stop nud rollcct about how you
want to light, but you just koop right on
^failing, and If thero aro any reflections to
bonuido you mako thom after you havo
reached terra ilrina.
I havo known men to cronto a small sen-1
nation by fulling from a bicycle and then
malting audible reflections about It. Ib is
cheaper for a beginner to engago a physician by tho year. He Bhould not try te
rido it on first receiving It, but should got
Bomo experienced friend to brenk It iu for
mm,
Aftor ho has learned how to fall off with-
Lout lighting on bis head pr brooking cuticle
iff his system let him arise, gird up his
fsuspondors and try to go somewhere. It
would bo as woll to take a man along to
iring It back, for ho may want to wail*; or
io may como homo on a shutter. Whon he
lias been thrown till he can't navigate aud
'.OQ9 not need hts wheel any moro ho will
nrobably tako a hatchet and spoil tho symmetry of its voluptuous outlines. This is a
jpoor plan. Ho can roturn it to tho factory
and thoy will pay him ono*thlrd price for it.
Then ho cun pay his dootor bill.
P. S.—Any ono wishing to purohaso nnlec
inew bicycle that has only been fallen from
jnco and Is warranted potto buck- shy or
jbalk, will secure a bargain by applying to
tho undersigned.
I am taking my bicycle rides on foot now.
A Counting Cuntrtvnnco.
Bomo'gcnlus has just made a mostelab-
■alo affair speciully dosigncd to facilitate
10 tallying of tabulated statistics. His
ethod consists essentially in lirst record*
ig tho data relating to each person by
uncliing holes In tho shoots or strips of
lootrlcally nou-coudiietiugmntorial (paper)
id then counting or tallying theso data,
tliot' pojwrfitoty 6p }i] oombiuatiou, by
icans nf mcolinnioal counters' operated by
led ro magnets, tho circuits through which
■o controlled by lho perforated cards or
Lrip». • -
***&» What tlio Widow Und.
A Now England Bunday-shool tcachor hut
for a lesson the Btory of tho Prophet Eli Jul
and tho wid&w whoso wholo supply of food,
when tho man of God askod for pofrOBli-.1
mont,woa "nota cako, but a handful ol
inciil inn barrel and nlittloollinu Cruse.'
When tho teacher askod hor olass how much
food.tho widow had, the answer omm
quickly from ono littlo follow: "Bho had
just enough meal to mako a cako und oil
enough to start a fire.".&&i^
lira -ii-'^
u His hot
-*Iha7Btised Fame's Cclciycoiurminui audit
has hudiiBfdut'irj
oHect. Ul-ivlgomt-
cdtUosysteiU and!
reel like a 'new
man. it Improves
tho appetite and
facilitates digestion." J. T. COPE-
urn), Primus, fi. 0,
Spring medicine mcii.i3i.iun? innr-a-iby.- than It
did ten years ago. The winterer iBBMO liaslofl
the nerves ail Mj-jcd out. The nerves must be
strengthened, tlie bleed pui'Jlled, liver uud
bowels reRtUaicd. I'alue's celery Compoimd-
Ute Spr'.nv mediolne ofttydajf-doeo all this,
as nothing else can. I'tencrihi'd l"j rhin-irism,
tleaonmnitled h'j Drugjistn, l.'ii,!i,r£C.. bit Milliliters,
Guaranteed by the. ilanvfiutttrero to bs
Th© Best
Spring Mdd|cjft-8a
"In the pprlng or i^st I **ms nit run down, I
would gob up in the morning with ko tired a
tooling, aud was so weak ihutlcbuldhnrdly gel
nround. 1 bought a buttle or Palne's Celory Compound, mid before I had tnken It a week 1 felt
vory much better. J can clicefully recommunu
It to aU who need a liuiidtug up andfitrensthen*
lug meiUcme." Mrs. D, A. Dow, Burlington, vt.
9&
is a unlquo tonic nnd appetizer. Ploasflnt 10
tho taste, quick in its action, and wltliout any
Injurious' effect, It gives that rutiBCil lienltli
Mitch inolics cvcrytlilng ta*-.fu good. !i ci'iv.
lyspfipslii and Liudrutl dlsurUurs. ];iiy>iL'i;iu:;
proscrlbo It. $1,00, Six for $5.00. Druggists,
. Wells, RrcnAaDS0H& Co,,   -   MonrnEAL.
niAUnttn nvco *-*-''r awt'dng any color,
OiAmOau Urts]. xttvtr.mil  Alwwi'eure,
UCTATED WD$%S;$grZ
■ETOTICEL
DURING) MY ABSENf.'P. l-'UOM TIIK
city Mr. NewlonA. While will hnvo
clinr-iu 01' my bmiltu-.---', utnl );■■::• -f 11111«.*: ii;*--
(ocoll'-ct and ill!ic]iiii'i,"> all aeconiim in
canned Ion therewith, cle.
SI. II. WEDB.
New Wostmlnsfer, .Tune fi, I860.    tljeOmS
lfirtisl|rsei7
(Removed fibm Saaiiioh to Vmrcsul
»jjjEND l-'OR CATALOGUE
*«S (illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
'linhSli'.lill VICTORIA, U. I".
TIIE WESTMINSTER
PbultrvVa-rdfe
m   _   .JOHN S. COX, Prior.
&-LM 	
ft*yh(J Wfflit Bvaam,.-.,
Vft&fcy P.-.i'!i'!d*'t!  '.■a;-.-.::,:'--
. . ",.■   r '    i?lymots'ti iiotlcs,
j^ii'di?. ■    WhitofiieoBl''..i!;pr.**..tii
IViilic Created, HJaok  nud doltloii
Poland s,
aioliuis.     SUvei'-iitnoUUd   [!n*!**'
bm'-ia,
Hlnck, Bed and FJU Games,
'foul onto Ot cue.     llouon Ducks,
l\y Yardfl are opon for Inspection.
*fwmh5te
VICTORIA
Bakery!
KSTAUl.ISHED 1S58.
M. R. SBOTH & CO.,
atnii'iri-ol'irera of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Anpoliilmclil to Hor
Mujesl-y's Hoyal Navy, the Dominion tiovi-riinient, Ac.
Mcdul antl H!|i|om:i iiw:it-.lci! at tlio Colonial umt Indliiti Msliil-iUon, Mn-
don, 1880,
I-VCTfittY—NJainir;' St., .TrillionHav,
Oi-'l'"ICKR-57 I".-'L M-, Yloloilii, H. (_'.
ilntiSllUi
If
,,A:
null
Tliis Fine Townsito, at tlie Fresh-Wr.tci
Junction of the
Southern lailw1
15 Mlloi Above IVrntinlMiili'r,
I Ina juat been SiiVVoycd, and Uio Loto
nro for aalo liy
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Ot* Nr.w \TbbshjK8trr, B. C,
The advnnta.i;e.H mul pi-oejU'cta of t!ii-*i
Plot for a future thriving Town nro
many.
The Land iu Uio vicinity is good.
Thero are ihoshatistiblo JI!()N 0111'"
DEPOSITS, of a roi»flnr quality, immo*
diatelv adjacent, ai well im vaet strata of
tlio finest BUILDIN<J HAND and I'OT*
TERY CLAY.
On tlio 'J'ownnlie are a number of valuable MINIMAL SPRINGS.
Cpmmunieation by laud and water lfl
unequalled, liy reason'if flu. location of
Uio Townsito on the Fraser Itiver and
tbe Southern Bailway, while tho natural
clovntiou and lay of 'the land enn not bo
excelled as a situation for a lino town.
luiavy
olio of
ai   tlio
.com*
future,
Tho ground i^ open and clear of
timber.
The site jitis been uolooted aa
the most important static " **
Soiitlieni Knihvay, mid with Uu
pletioil of the road, iu tlie near I
iniist, with all iti other ntlva
flprinj' into proniiheiico at onco.
Those who apply early will li;
pick ot the Lots,
A clear tltlo given with ov
0 the
ry pur*
Pnrticn wtslilna 1 pis can apply ns well
on tlio pieiniso3- to
HENRY KELLS,
dmyOto PnOl'IUBloB,
W. BRt-OEMEYEIIj M_ ?H.
(Lain I'mtnero/ John McVlclior)
MINING HNfllKKKH, V.ft, & I'ltOVlN-
1 •[,',!.**UltVK'VUH.A (VPSA-YtUt.
M'.-.uMc Ti:*iri.B   1:1.01:1.,   VAKCuuviiii,
lir.t. Uiil.
|j:.(j  iti-l!,ll(lf  I'l'pot'lr!,  iimliTuriinti I   CHI'*
voysiiiol mail!-of iniin-' onitiiIimI nt tmi
AM
.'<il<I ti
1 nil Itlmt
nilvor lmr«   Thirty j
mining hi AhIii, Hi
Un-
!'|i.iiU.'-
illtn-uiei
Viincoii*
3itv Debentures.
hi
tinylc
.*-.. wp
July J
•. WIT.r- UK HKCKIVHO IIP
11 Mnuctav, S'-pl. llilh, fur JJe-
IhcCHvof N(-WWo:-tUll*J'!t('l',
11 ttdtu'iiutlim'll.y of.the "Streot
l!ii|irovwni;iit Oebenturo !iy-
• HioiiiilhiK lo iM.IW. Delien*
11* "flHIi'.UO each, payablo In SO
17Mi .111110,1889,1111(1 biiurfiijer
-:, pnynlilo nt New Wonlmin-
,i'.-.I;inuiiivii'i"l 1st day July,
will borentlv.'ordellvc'i'ydijt.
8 to Htalo nuinborof Dobun-
iii in- lakon.ntid amount ot
mi win in.- paid,and lo boon-
iiicr for l.'t!l)ci!tiM'(s." mul ail-
lio undorsii-ned. Tho hlgliest
.-:■ nol nf.'1-i'..Miii'M.v i'ci-('|"!nt,
1), IltlllS.ON,
llmdcr, is. (.'.,      QityOlcrlr.
1,1881), dwjlyi8w3
in iho Supremo Court of British
Columbia.
n.iwoen Wild JAM TIE'IM EN, Plaintiff
Antl       J AMIES IIAIILINO, Dcfindant
N.'-:
01' .hi
mil.
l'i on
ed i
ltl<
■ iii-rciiiiiiii
1 Is servant iiii'l.iti'on Is, unlil lhe trial of
ho t-iitii 10 lion from, i'iniin-,'otloo'tlitiiKH,
isiitj,' tlio word "Mnloliind" in or upon
my lio.-'isi i- lulielB iijioo boxes of efgitrs
rinhiifncliired by or for bim.
AHM-STKONl'; A KCKftTKlN,
l,]niiiliir,s!?ollclior.*i.
Dated ISIh July, \M). d}lyl8ml
A hai.i' uv rnnidCAfiMinxnii'Tiir:
KenI niiii tvr.ionnl KsMileof lhe lato
|ir;.I,ol''-M"i II. MrlNNl-s will lm hold nt
flu; OOfiUMlAr, ilUTKI,, Now WcHhnlll-
fiter, il. M,on
Satofilay, Aiipst 31,1889,
At 7.80 o'elook p, in,, by A. M, Nelson,
And Ii ilicer. wht'ii'lhc followlii-* vnluiililo
iinn'.-rtv wi!! h,- .-,;'•[ wlliiont ivsi-rve lo
ihe-liItibeBthidiier,
0I1Y PKOPKR'ffY.
l)T 10, BLQCi:  XVIir-OBxiaa feet, to*
iluHsi'i- «!'!. l»\VKi,l,iNa HOtlHK mul
oiit-liom'it-', Icltiu iho ivfildr-nco of (ho
tutoDi'. I.. It Hlniiun.
.'!'.■', BfiOCK G-^r-jiclinnt-s' £.;(]iinre-
!:;'i'i; foundation piled miti cupped,
eitdy for bill din;,*.
iu<i li; v/ -1 '1 I 1 <■ -:;-i ■! '1 i.iii, -.-,ii.
Ininiiif,' Ull) t::-r> -, iv >l bnvlit*: mm-it M
non-s muter ien-.-. !( ttwelliiii; 111111:1"
IS:.-20 feci, n liiiiii .'k'x.'iiliV.'t, mul sin dr.
nd.iolnlnr. Much of llm above 1 iml is
Open and very easily cleared ar.d ..scfl-
ton: foi'i'.i'i'iculliii'iil imrpoKef.
W.liot I*. V-otr-.-c.;s, Townfihin8, 1k*Iiib
J.' milo in wldlh byl mile In len>*(li;
ctnil.niiiii.ir iiiiiitere', ilmiHTt'd limit; noil
flrsfcelnBa quallly,
N. E. V, SCO. 88(1, (.'roup I, (lOUtallllUB 10
ittTi-t-s tlmbcivil limit IvhiglV.' miles from
0. P. It. nud ;i milei; from Port Moody.
PORT MOODY TOWN PROPERTY.
Sub-divlslons of Lot 201, Group I (Murray
Proporty),
Ki'aotloniilLots'J,'-:!,      BIuokB
Full "    19t18A14i "    2.
IfrnoUonnl  "   u, "   si   half
required by C. p. It, [not settled fori.
Full Lot 7, Itloelt :i.
» 1:1,  "   e.
Sub-dlvtslonfi or finl 202, Ofmiju [Clnrk
Properly.).
r,ot»B5,-!3, il,'- ti. liloci;:'.
"    ].:,v :•!. ^iii'tcltjiviiiiii'.'d liy c. im:.
[not settled Jor],
Snb-dlvlrdniiitof hot 103, Group I [Beavon
I'roperly.)
LtitBlSA l<l.:lllqok M.
PERSONAL PROPERTY.
LHnrse, ITnrness, iliiKgy, Cutter, Saddle
A Iir!(llc..leweti-y,sliot-Hitn, (l|lieo Fnr-
nfluiv, Si:ri*oon'.s  Chair,   liiftniin'-uts,
Drugs, Modrolnos, Mcdhul Uooha-da
J. A, B0B1NSON,
dtiylrt'tl Kxcculor,
0. BYRNES,  ■  AUCTIONEER.
I'EO'riisraiA.x,
WBHiT IM
TOWNSITE OF HASTINGS
New Westminster District.
Thm^fuy* Aug;   <5,   BHH«,
AT 11 O'OLOOK A. M.
T HAVt; HKKN IN'STIlt't.'TKI) IIV TIIK
1 lion '.Milcf Com/nln-loner of f,inula
mul Works, on  hcliiilf of 11n:  rrovliifliit
Govprumont,losutl by Auction,
AT VANCOUVER,
Townsite of Hastings!
MS MOCKS OF r.AN».
Biihgiiia from 2U to i  net'ea ciioh, linr-
loiiiijiioi; M^slimi-fi I'tilk. Tlii'iv- IHhiIch
uve tMun'o on lhe Ma.ii, \,'-'! and i-.uili
.',!il("iof il.ii'llm* t'nrlE.wt.! »• 'iv,1,:' -. :i.n
nofw. Tliis nroppily u > „ ■.. 1 «-.'..■ -
i-,,1 ; ovo Bnrrnrd Inl 1, ndora-Jtwfca
th!..; :-.::i(ciilli**t'iH hiuho".: ■>! mny t-.-oii-
'ililei'0.1 tint linest K(..-Mtii,.i-.l l'.-opcilj «f
tlio Oily of Vancouver,
—At-ao—
fl« lILpCHS OF M'SP
tn the samo I'OWnsblp, exUmiiing soulli-
w.iv-i from tlm itimvi' Imiil:-, ami i'.'.'m:'!:;;
frotn lOtoil'mi'l-ifeiicli.t.-ikii !■ Ill llie full
New Wtoiiinster BMstrlct.
blsbloei) nimrlor-sectlons in r,ois;ra,aiu,
ifl8, W, \0. 160, IV3 per limp of lhe Ills*
1 riot.  These loin are well adapted for
mrrlculltii'iii, dairy or oi-eliard purposi-w,
mi.I on acfiOUIlt of their closo pro\hnity
tti tin.* mm'ltiMsof VaneqitVor an I New
Wcshntnster nro dosirahlo pronertli-H
for fninlHi's Koeklng homes or for in*
vestinonic
M11 ps of the vn'i'lnija iiroptu-tles wl|| hn
IfBUfld.   Torma nt HiiIpi  one*lliird catih,
ni'.'-Hili-'l tl iiHinllm, Pittance 12 monili-.,
ivilti liileKist al riiieof 11 per oont, per an*
num.
GEO. BYRNES,
dJIylOtd AUCTIONRKH.
/. G. LOYE,
tU-iiilrliiff Wrsdy   Uont.   Coj-Ii  fiolt:
Woj-k a tiptiotu.lt}.
•jorOrdors promptly ntiemlod to,
CliirkKoa St., tn rear of Colonial Ho-
lol.noxtto Hand lli-OH/olllni.   drioltfl
DRESSMAKING
At MISS .JP'KIK^S',
(LATJD OV BJSQhAVU)
Cornor of Churcli und Oolumbla Streets,
NEW WESTMIKSTKIE.
iit8*Bntlsfaotion Bnarnnteod,    iHvfe7tn
Dress-Making
Misses McDOUGALL
C0LUJ1IIIA   BTKEET,
New Westminster, B. C.
ns- HuMsfiictlo*i tiuuniiilsud.      -laplSLc
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH  M.LK
Hotels nml lli'stnurunlK supplied nt Special Bates by the yenr.
FRESH EGGS
Delivered nt Market Bides,
Orders left  at. M.   Hinclaji-'H will be
promptly iitlemled lo.
WKAViGK Sb WOODWAItD,
djoisyl I'roprlelors.
THK TBOBOUGH-BREO STOKE-POGIS
JERSEY BULL,
"Governor Moody"
Will Btuud for service this Henson at Pelham Dairy. New Westminster, where tho
beaullfiil i^otof this superb aniuial can bo
seen nnd Inspected.
A fow calves for snle.   Terms reasonable.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
Kalimi Booth, proprietor.
Manager. dtnyJJle
Corbett & Kennedy,
MAI-fUl'AOTUIll'JtS   OF
TIN, COPPER &8HEET-I80M
*W JL Xt. "El,
VI■:!J.•'^KK^*• BLOt'U (UP-STAIltsf,
Frost Stukut,      New W&-rrMii!Hi£h,
HAVING   JUST   (H'KNP.i'   IN   THK
above lino, mbreapuoifuHynolleii 11.
share of lho trad;', nml trust by i-nrefui
ni tent ton toonlei'3 anil nm ni-itli! <-hm-j*c!,
to merit' Uio pnme. Experienced worh-
ineit; :-*t1 i.-.r:t*r-('■ in ■.'tiarsinli-ed.
R-itimn!e-ifiii'lilHlieilfoi-flnlvtiiiiKf-il lion
Coriili'o, KooJliu:. Pliimhli!:*, On--*iiliiii<.',
Steam ami tlot Water Ifoatlng.&o,
I5B".Kiitrinicii lo '-rem!*t.'i on ilni-y :■;.,
in rear of Bank of U. (J. dwm UD(,u
n/
§ SIIIE1&
HP YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGtAIt; ASK 3?OE THE
BR1TSSH LION
«™ MAINLAND.
■KTIIiPj* uro not only made of tlio
Choicest 'A'OlMICCO'bufc they are of
ISoiiio Mnnuftictiii'c« and should ho
patrpriiiJod by nil yood citiaous,
WM. TIETJEM. Hamifaclupor,
IKII.llltOOK lIllll.ritNO,
COLUMBIA STIIEET,        Hill WESTMINSTEB.
CHOICE
anifly Groceries
And PROVISIOIS.
—ALSO—
,1 WElL-SELECTEB STOCK OF
ANO FURNISHINGS.
AT THE  LOWEST PRICES.
u-xbBoaM's bmok,
Ct'liimttitt Slrccl,       \vw Wcslltiliislcr.
noldwly
Britisli Ooluiliia's Exhibit
THE   O0MMITTEI3 APPOINTED TO
prepare nn Exhibit from New West-
inlUHloi forthe
Toronto Industrial Slxliihilion
luanslouaioseouro nucIi a eolteelion iik
will do Jn tIce lo llio tesonices 0/ lhe city.
Any porsoii Inlheetly orelsowli te who
lum, or e\pe, is 10 Imvi'before the date of
thi' Kxlillilllon nl Toronto, uimh articles as-
arodoemed woitby of being exhibited,
will 1 mi fern fnvor liy eommimienlintf, iw
l'i"l. :;■:  p,i.-.slh|i', Willi    DOII10   lllOlllllf'l*   of
tbo committee, All urllolea latum foro*--
hlliltlon will ho pneked and Kent free of
olmnjctollm eshltiltcr.  Tim loenl com*
Kt&U ANn QAStB—.T. Ai   I.alillaw, V,.q.,
Ale.*!, I'lven, Kfiip, and P. 0. Birrell, mt},
AUUICUI.TIIHAl.  ANli   IIOirril'l'I.TUUAI,
Pimniu'T.-'-TiKi!!. CunnliKtlinln, Esn., w.
Wolfenden, fesq.
MINKT1AT.H   AND   MASUIWCrilliES—,1. C-
BroiVu't l.M|, Ft. V. KdntBflBa- Ebq,
Pimin'crsoi-* 'nn-; FoillWT-Tr.   Kllioll,
Esq., J, U. Kennedy, Esq,, 1). MONnlr.Esq,
JOHN 1IENDUY, Cbalrmun.
1). Uof'.firiN, Secrolary. dwJlyOmi
pjrj Britisli k Mercantile
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809,
0|'l)i|!|l,    *    815,(101), -'00.00
Rulwrllioil l-iiiillall, in ul- alst Dro,,il88S
Sl'-V-iliUsM. I'-h'ii I'-iind nml Hpsctrvii. Gil,-
al2,Mi.  Net Vi-omliims, ists, S5,III»,IB0.
OF  LONDON.
Cilpllftl,      -     $11,73,1,1100.00
U.V'I'Ha AS   I,OW~Ail  anv o-niisn
(JOMI'ANIK-I llOINl)   IIHSIN'KHH
IN HllITlHI100t,UJinlA.
J. O-. TA.QTT*E3S
■ Agont for Now Westminster Oity
and Diitrict. ilje2'Jto
CITY  BREWERY!
JA.1& i   ikle I
The Very Bos! In tho'Oltj' Is lliuivi'il liy
JOHN W.  ANDRZEJEWSKI
At tlie Oity Drewery, Agnes street.
Orders left at.iljcklnsoii'fl Butcher Shop
ahall havo prompt attention. Give US tl
trial and Judge for yourselves.
New \V08l.,.Tuly 18,1880. dJlylB
IT IH AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
Temple of Music I
la tbo Placo to lluy Flrflt-t'laBtt
PIANOS ^ ORGANS
At such Prices and Terms ns will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer,
Por prices and terms, apply to CAU*
TER'S TEMPLE OK MUSIC.
Vancouver- !!• (-.
2£0 IJiisllnga St. West, diiplOlo
MILLS!
BRACKMAN & KEP.,
MANDPAtiTUItBim  OK
liy I he Latest Improved 1'incess.
KP ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
HULLS at Kui-IIiSannicli.
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE: Vtclnrla.
dmh20ih6
ff.L.LBonarfl-^Co.
830.3:12 C0KI10VA STUKKT,
vancou vbr;b.c.
Imporlri'i! ami Dealers In
MACHINERY
OF ALL DESCHITIONS.
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
dw'.'.eati* _
Oanadian Pacifio Railway.
PACIFIC DIVISION.
Geii'l Siipeiinteieiit's Office.
QA-UTIQN.
/\WNER8 AND  MAHTER9 OF VE8-
\ I -icb-nml other f'i'iifi navl;*athiK the
Frnwi* Itiver .'iiveimtlo-iu'il to keep within
II.i- llmiv-i I'llnli'il Hid nml Willie, re-
ppccflvely.nt llm Miction llHiliie.nidiir-
lii-llhooonstruellon ot iho Rrlilso, mtvl-
(.'ailoii hfltween lho banks of llio Itlvei
i" I lhe Hiuij'f- !:i'lan;:en.iiis,o\vlii|'to piles
I ■ ■In-g driven there.
11. ABBOTT,
General Snperlntoudent.
Vanoouvor, I!. C, 7tli May, issii. dniyfile
W. R. AUSTIN'S
it
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wooa, Fir-wood, Bark,
At,,      Ac,     dte,
LKAVK  ORDERS  AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dmyifflto	
T. W. WINGER
DEALERIB
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
SAN JUAN LIME
Always in fttouh.
Orders loft ut tbe C. P, N. Wharf will be
promptly delivered. dinliSOti*
WM. H. VIANEN,
Jer!
WHOLHBALE
'^mmiAiitmtimSmm
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT TBI
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT A SHOE STORE IN MriiSt COUMMA
LADIES' BOOTS ft SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses* Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Bett
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
\%_r REMEMBER, my stock of line 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   ROU88EAU,
dwto 81  CeliU&'bU, StM-ftt.
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
isr Highest Price paid for Fura and
Deer Hides.
Correspondence Invited. »**uTe1eptione
Call No. tl. djaSUJ
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot ok Douglas Street, Near
Columbia Street,
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
I-IRTISH   BREAD,   CAKES,  PASTRY,
■   Confectionery, etc., etc,
Hotel and Restaurant trade solicited.
All ordors  promptly attended to and
delivered to any partof tbe oity.   dmh28y
Plants for Sale!
 AT Till-	
Douglas Start lursery.
0minus taken ran i-innr and
OHNAMlSNTAr, THKKS,  liii'luillng
all tho loadingynrlitttes ol
Apples 1'citrs Plums, Cherries,
 ALSO	
811,11,!. II! [ 1 IS of ovory doscrliillon.
Itoiuinols, Wri'iitlis and Crosses made
(o oidor.
il,hv,i|,:]yl p. LATHAM,
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWAiiTIC^il.PiiDI'lllEWS
J. J. WILSON,  -  MANAGER.
Rules, $1.00 anil $1.30 per Vny,
Acconoixn to room.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OR MONTH.
iKff-Pill'Mos suppled wlih nil kinds ol
I0E-OBEAM, dniylmO
ESTABLISHED 1850.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
\cnrl)' Opposite the Colonial Hot**,
NKW WESTMINSTER
rpHE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
I    aEsortincnt ol all dosoription, of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Ccniitautiy Oti baud, auit mippUcd to Fam*
tiles, Rental!ruttfi, and StoAntboata at tlio
LOWEST POSSrBIifll PRICKS,
Farmers, Attention I
THE lIXllKIIKKINICiJ HAS
FOE SALE
■I'SsSPiiwmcfe, B. C.
Ill Viivin Wairoiis.
18 t'liek Itonrdn.
1 Spun welt nintelicil l*s eiir old
Illaek lliii'sen.
9 slnsle Driving llitvses
(! I'miaauil Halves,
lft Head Steers,
1 Trotting Wngoii.
itflT A Full l.lno of Cooking Stoves,
llentiny Stoves, Tinware, llnrdwaro,
(Irocorics, Dry Oootls, Notions, Crock-
ory & Stoneware, Clothing, Hats jf Cans,
Drugs, Farm Implements, Houso *j*tsi*n*
isiiings, ^Vii'iiiliuo, on.! tlio (.ni'go-t Lino
ci lloDts antl Hlioes aliovo Westminster
and tlie most Oomploto Stock of (lenoi-al
Meiolinniliso.
COME   AND   EXAMINE   AND HE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS.
JyKMAw.'lm
B VIZ
Cor. Columbia and Church Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
Jn Marble or Granite of Best Quality,
(JORNI-IR     I'OBTS     AND    CURBING.
N; Ii.—Just received—tlio finest awort-
im-ni nf Hc'it'-li (■raiiilelHiinuni-'titHOvor
Been n British Columbia, whioh will be
sold at prlecs putting competition out of
tlliM)llt'M(.|i»tl.
dwmhaiyl ALEX. HAMILTON'Piw.
TIME    CARD.
c x>. au-. ao.
The Fine First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Leave tlio C. P. N.Co.'s Wliarf,
BTBS**
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHIUIWHACK ANO WAY POUTS.
Itetiirnlng Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
\V)ii*n siiiiiciciii,  inducement offers ahe
will pnuieoil lo IIOPK andonaunll
oeciiKlous will leave her wharf
nt 4 a. ni,
Connecting with (ho 0. P.N. Co/s Steamer
for Victoria.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
t. h, nniGoa, Agent,
New WestminBter.        dnpftlc
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNBBOM'B BUILDINO, WtONT STMET)
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
ConsUntly on Hud m btnshi Stook of
Dry Ooods, droceries, Boots tt 8koes, late * Cap*,
Crockery, Oass-rare, «tc
Oratt Variety of Household ArttolH,  Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, UME tnd  OENBEAL 8TOBES.
>. ■.-Fnrm Prodnce bonibl >t marks' ratea or sold on MmmlHlon. a-LOr-l-n
 .Uyafundad to, S_eke
from tb. Interior promptly attended to.
CASTORIA
far Infantg an* Ohllofren.
I pat-n.. *m mm. mtwSm, m
TmOsmanCemt_n,nutn—*tsm\t.r.
-- ' "lll|1llllS>lllll*ll
lr-<omi«I«lUMW>-rt-f*.*ayt.*lillall*-i
1 >■*.«     KA.A-aT**t-,-*.A,
mtt.ttmtL,iHmn.xt. I
Time Table!
-T* -'£*> THE S'rEA'lER
aSTdOBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER evory Monday morn lug nt 7 o'clock for Nannl-
iiio, vln Vancouver, returning* Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
Leaves Wostniiiislor every Wedneiday
nt 7 a. m. for Nanaimo direct, connecting
with Island rnllway and Comox stenmer.
Leaves Nanaimo for Vancouver on
Thursday.* and Fridays and returns same
days.
Leaves Nnnnlmoou Saturday at7a.m.
for Wi'slminster direct.
For freight or passage apply on boani.
nrloT. Ij.Br.iaps, C. P. N. whnrf.     dte
M.A.McRAE
merchant i nlloi-
UEAUTIKl'l, IUNUK OP
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped aud Chock
!,?n.owiffi
I'UH BPltlNO AND HUMMBII.
Opp. Oolonial Hotil
COU'MIIIA St.,   •   Nsw Westminsthl
dwmh28te
VlOTOBIA
RICE MILLS
Storo St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFEU 1'0« SAI.Bl
China Rice-
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR I'OBLTIIY, Ac
Rice Meal,
FOR CATTLE FEED,
dmhSSmQ
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Laod a Iavestmest Agsaoy
(u:*-ci?«-d)
THOMAS AtLBOP,
HENRY 8. MA80*},
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
ttittmct,
15 Serje«nl'» Inn, Fleul Stroet,
LONDON, ENS.
The Boilneu of ALLSOP A MASON has
been merged ln the above company and
will be ear-led on hy tbe Company from
llilsdtite as a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Lo*
Rntea. Town Lois and Farming Lands
for Sale on may termi.
Victoria, B.C., May 1Kb, 1881. dwjiyi
UU Wer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed g Sale Stables
THESU-J^-^^NOWPr*
DOUBLE AND SMLE RMS
At Speoial Low Rales.
dsC&M Tnuf
Don. at Shortest Notlc
. BryCardweat delivered to any partof
the Cily.
Order, by Telephone will receivo prompt
atlentlon.
-arstablM nearly opposite 0. P. R. De.
pot, Colnmbla 8L, NewWeotmlniter.
djalltc     OILLIV BROS. Psora.
Feed,LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
J08. mTwise,
X>KOI-BIJ0TO»».
GOOD DRIVINO A RIDING HORSES
for Hire. Hack, ell at all Steamer,
and Train*. Speoial atUatlon given to
Boarding Honei.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Ordors may be
ll.trad. Mllllejan
Front Street, Nei
ta left at tbe omos of Ma.
 ..,an,Commlsslon Merchant!,
ntstreeCNewWeit. daatlle
Coaerford & McDougall,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
W
IRII TO INFORM THE PKOPLK of
New Westminster that they h»ve
re-opened tho store lately noeupted by
Messrs. Womts, Turner A Gamble, ttua
are now prepared to execute all orden tor
T-AJ-LQ-RIlTa-
A Bme Hue •ffCI-Mks jiiimilv-*!,
•MUlatlN( at til tk* LiMM Be*
■tgms ft**at WteeMpetm MMrfetta
MR. J. A. MdDOVOAUi will
of twelve years' experience In the United
States; nlso two yean m foreman for
Messn. Oro« A Bon, of Viclorln,
Satisfaction guaranteed,
OfttMM flMIT, OPPMITI IMW H
NEW WESTMINSTER
CAVTlOIil.
_.OTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
VI pnbllo not to have anything to do
wlih a note mad. by me on the 1Kb day
of April, UH, In favor or on. C. A. Ba-
ebanan, payable at New Westminster,
April 1I.1S*,-. the said note waa obtained nnder fata, pretences and Is not
collectible. DONALD MoRAE,
JylTdwl Warnoca station, B.C.
JS
Canadian PacificMwajCo
*SJ OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
il. a dnlr certified plan, nrodle aad
book of reference of the Mlauon Braaob
f,f Ihl. Ball..- w.ra depoalled lo Ibe
Und Reglitry OBlee of the Dtotrlet as
New We.imln.ter on the lnhduo' Ja»,
General BaparlnLnient
Vancouver, R a, Uth Jnne, IM. dJ-Stm
^-•ratod -****rater
(Dtrest tram the Springs.)
ENDORSED BY HIGH MEDICAL AU*
Tk. Ombre..-<-la.A«>->>«« Mla.ral
Want aa ska Mark...
Tb, above will bs delivered In New
Weetmlnster twice a week. Leave order.
■Hb F.C. MCCARTNEY.
Boogie. St., N.w WhuS'mK ^lyste
NOW IS VOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
Suits It Pants
BE66SI HEMS
Wear, nlllni the bast of
__tm*t_*ti-**-*tM_tet*ot
At prices away down Cheaper than
Ever.
Call and examine aad wears satlalsA
that yon will bny baton yos leave tha
store. All work gnarantHd.
Also-Agaata Mr a aew lavenuon fnr
Dies, calling that ean benaadbyamaa
orwomanandglv.ap.r-e-tlt.
dmblyl
To Su Uo, CiL,
•r wat or tbo
THEMT.SHASTAIOUTE.
ftTJlCTCERiyTIMKTHAyAHTOTHER
ROUTE BETWEEN
thi
AT, itsatartaTatt Ahff> e»s*i>jt m________mm__t ___t_t_____tm
ttttn m TSI **SOll<MS*
TOTOI8T SIJBOIXa CAU
gAcoamaMdweaolljiialClaasPai.
■eagm,attaehaA lo E-raraastralaa.
nOaTEiaioaUBOUIaSOII-k
l.,laralllbrala,
'  -«-CT OFFlCESi
No. IN Oor. Flnt A AMtr
DawOman, Cor. F A Fsokt Slnolei I
DAII.Y BftmaH COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, ft 0., JULY 23, 1889.
•f itdii #t-i*h*^«rt«wtenr ^ -^*«.«^w*»*^*~-W'
Twnday Evening. July HA, ■ isw.
MVUTttlW.IMtt'FW |HE #LY,
Triuuli'nkAdve>l|>fl**«nto.*---Firsl in-*«*•>.
tl"n, lU1'l!^^luiafi9Jtl»Ht«il; euch',
Hui'Hi^pMitooMiwuti-relniwrtfon^ii'is.per
line. ASUWtl'-iF'mnntft n'ot Inserted every
Jay—lirst Insertion, IOcIh. pur line; siil-se-
ijiiont Insertions, lints, per line.
: Kl-tuilfli** Advtf UsB-wniSi-ProfesstonV
aim* BitBlne.ss Onrds—fiperinonlli. Special rates for general trade-ml vertiBiiiB,
uccnrdlng to space oceuplediind duration
ot contract.
An. liini ti-iifH, wliendisplayed,oharged
'25 pur cont. less tliaii IraiiHlent aiivis, It
*miid, elian-ed at rt-gnlar transient rates.
'fciM-j-liit helleeit among reading matter,
'-.ii els. *.r-r line each Insertion. Specials
Im-e-rted i,y u*o month at reduced rut**.
I'lri hH, Marriages and Ucatlm,?- for encli
hisi-iiioii; woneral JdoUoes liinonitvotlon.
»iii. h^tVB.Met-UcaohiPKertloi^. '-.      ,
WEEKLY ADVERTISING RATES.
Triiii-i!---it Art verllsem**n(s.- First lnsc r-
tlon, lOetS,' per line'solid nonpareil; suh-
seciiii'tit Insertions, 7 els. per line, i ••
RtnuiUna Atlvorilsoiuents.*-*Professional or Business Cards—$1.50 per month,
Special niiesfiii'tPiicniliradeailTertiHtiig.
Hpei-liil Nntloe*', Hiiihf.vMnti'lRges and
l't'iUii.soiiiiieniU'RHdUniij-.'.-a .-; 7
cui-i unify l'i*itll nui:ii.:,:ni forUtrge
nn ftjttril rulo will bu cnurged.
wrl'tTooiis BHjidliig iu adveitlscm
sliintiil bo -'iift'ttl lo unite whether Uny
an. hinppoiirtn llie Unllv Edl tin.', or llio
Weekly, or hnth. A liU-ntl ledia-tlnii Is
mado whi'ii lt-sarlo-1 in holli. No net ver*
Itsement insert*.'-.! for lr_H than 51.
SUHUCIUHKUH
Who do not rccelvi! Ili'-lr panei; tea
from tl'o Carrier's or tlironi-li   Hit
Office, will confer a favor by report i
same lo tho olllco of publication at i
lai-ly.
1'dSl
k: tlie
NEW ADVERTISEMENTSTHIS DAY,
For Sale ;.-...:..
Rooms To Lot.,,,........
(IrandKxc^arsiori'1;.,.-.'.
AuctiojpiUe. ,...:;•.;;.
.A>, 0. Jlox •-».'*:
 MlsiOdin
iL .Stf.'Adi
A bin nl; fll.mt at the polico court
to-tlay.
A now piano fur sale at Wiii.Kui'.U'-',
Front street    - ■;. A&fc '
All tlie f-iihfoifaM it*^ befct'aftoi.'tit
tho "Hub," ntft tiii ^Queen's.? •>** ..-
Tlio atiiiDiphero U still smoky but
it wii3 not nourly so.donso as yestcriiay
morning. RB B
A project ia on foot to establish1 telephone connection lie tweim.Vic torsi and
Nanaimo. ,,
The str. Irving ltft. for Chilliwack
this inorhinjr vith' SO passengers and a
large lpadjuf freight.. .*    '
A communication from "Old Fire*
man" warcroffded'ont to-day, bnt itill'
appear tomorrow.
The prt'sitlt'iit and director!)  of  tho
Southern RuHvrijfcC'o. mil tlicir at-
ifijj).^, ( ',.i3in\'i-''"\tfUi '■ilr.-'-.Nt-'lsuii
$e,Liioi   | i-.-idtu-t ot the Fiji tha ven
6oi< tli ci" I Mi. and Ilia aUii-iieyj-havv
■beeti'"tn si-.*-.'iMii all day cimclurtitfjj  tliu
final arningomouta whereby the Soutli*
um Railway will bo built-iuifl PDomted
in ci'tnjinit-tiiin with tlie Fan-haven lino
by Mr. Bennett. Tlie condition.) of
the H«rcemptit ami oilier particulars
regnnliug the building anil operating
of tlio.lip.iiv. ijl ho uiadc. publio tonini'-
row or-*lli'o'*iu*« Any-, iir ariionn as tho
■tlTW1 -VHT' IH"lli1 uro eotnpletod.
AiMiiQii*   llft'Ml.     ;
Karl*,' Sunday morning n small boat,
piiiutcil bin,.- and while, was picked tip
by Indiana employed by tho Boil Ac
cord ri.-.h.ii;' Co., u.shijn <li.--.i-.-i ico
ahow lite aiiiuoiv; 'i'fib'b'nai, whiuh
is liVA in li,'.'»'.« iVoil by a- half-bruid
Kaualmliviiii-til: Rlupfu Kiil-o, con*
tiinoi « x bottlos of whiskey, ti nuw
I'lailift, a pip)*, two oarlocks and ono
oar It ia surmised that theocbupant
lort one oarjuid, in Mftlfing an effort to
rorovcr it, probably lust his balauco
and foil nilo tlie wator. No tiling- haa
been liimrd of him. Tlio Indians who
discovered the empty boat took it to
the L'iimiejj'. .whoro it now is.
A  flmiulf-.-. Itur.inviiy.
.'\ very exoitititj incident occurred on
Clinton street last i)ir*ht, bu't which,
.*fttjjtiinntely, wiaaiiiatteiulod by serious
"4 i-QHilti). -.Mi'-Bifc W.#- li. Wulf-jiiden's
Stflivcry w*i***?iii***i» being drlveH'tTinni
Ciiidoni-liiTt when tho spirited liltlo
hyreiyitlempted to inn away. Tlio
driver Hit] bis lust l<> restrain tho nui-
maWbi i 'I ondooji OtinxBoe^id dash
fiidftwi.v l uplutaily Qvotrtui^ing'- Uib
\-emffl'::.i.'i p'_i|:i!B(r: the lioEBf>:iu,such
a -Tfiflii!.'. tliflTifcnhhrdo'iio Vifrtlicr
Imi'in cseopt to tho Iuu-husb from which
it spei'tlily li.ioacucd-.itself .and. scan^-.
.perr-ii 'if , I'u, dnvcr was covered Vy
t:ho wa!Var!iiit'es*fciipeil without injury.
;'4'lw,hoi'sittiiiiyWtier(!d:Jv:fcw:8criitchcs.
Ffrliis u fatiitoit Across thu t'ontlncnt-
St, John, X. B.? opi-'.ucd its electrical c:iliibiliou yestorday morning, and
M.iyort)p[iDnhp^'inr;-fin'flirco't'ivet', by
t  precisely  11:20,
city' and
B.jicj.'pe'i ..th«-
ed COO voles to tbQ.^n^ipiiial^i^d^Do.
minion Hats, ami this number will •be
increased ut the.rate of 50 ]ier uay for
a couplo of'wcok^yrt.
A. M; Nelson advertises 8-.*ine vain*
ablo fnrm property, only tiirce- and u
half miles from the city, to he sold at
his largo auction salo nt tho Colonial
hotol, on Saturday, Augurs ^la^........
W. F. niiydcn, of the C.T: !T.:dcV-'
piicher'a oflico, Vancouver, was mar-
ri''d at Winuipog on Sat irday lo Misn
Ida Foule, daughter of Aubrey Foule,
Clmrlottotoffn, P. E. I. Tho couplo
left for tbo terminal city Sunday.
By an order passed nt tlie council
meeting last night, all goods lor tho
city mint bo o.btainpd on requisition
from tho city clork or his deputy,
olhorwise tho city will not lie held vee*
ponsiblo for tho payment ot the  samo.
Work oil tho park im pro vein out contract is proceeding so slowly that the
city council is taking -stops to either
have the work vigorously prosecuted
or tnken out pf tlie contractor'.-' bands,
if n stipulated amount of work is not
performed by August 1st.
The conltat't for tlu Bushby blook
was awarded this [mbrnlnj'i Mr. E.
Burns being tho micccsaful tenderer.
The contract prico is in tho neighborhood of fe3O,0C0. Work will be oom-
inouced immediately and paahed forward to a finish .with the,least.p^ajblo.
delay, '  ■*> '-"■'   -
Mr. James Ellard, in charge of tho
smallpox hospital on Poplar Island,
repuibt two more cases-—that of Nick*
ers'iii, tho barber, whose wifo and
ohihF were among; the Tmt. three
nahontj, and ha'vo tocovoreu, and nn
Indian woman belonging to a camp
below tho city on tho river.
A. C. Wilson Inid'on our table today a beautiful specimen of the X'ilmm
iii'ivt/iiin or as it is known in English,
"Gold Bander) Lily."'The lily was
out from ]\[r. A. J. McColl'sgarden on
BlacltiToojd street, and> a Tory .line
specimen of -thii *fiee\oi. It Wfltttit-ud
14 iiielu-n nap-n, ana is in cohr exquisite.
Salmon averaged about 150 lish to
tin- bost yoetontoy and list night the
catch was1 hmm' the snme. to-day^
however, tho catch has fallen off greatly anil many bontjdiud nut netted 20
fish ap to Miim. % tin' ond fli this',
woek-tho rilh-iflll Kfcv(f«flortnftely -Wi-
lorted itself one way or another, but
at present tho outlook is bluo.
The tenders fur the improvement of
Agnes itrodt'pt-n opened last night
nnd that of Brndihaw -SkCu. bciu*; tha
lowest the contract was awarded to
them. Tlm'ooninicfc price ih £2,250.
All tho tondnis for tho improvement
of Patrick strict being; aliovo tho
amountaM>Miptiii«d. iwm wen accepted and another call fnr tenders will
bo made.
Pott Moody continues tliis season,
as eyor, to be a favotite summer sou-
lido''resort. Quito a numbor of nur
oitiseus nre enjoying thornst-lvcs along
tho placid and beautiful shores of tho
••statutory tornniius" harbor, far—hut
not very far--from, the maddening
strife, toll'and'diist of the "twin cities. '
Tho delightful sua . bathing^ this hot
weather j« t ho^oat, ftttcactlbn.
An in^nfnsc-.rup..ofi.B-ilmoii .iuado
their np^iiftrancb off Aft'ert' rfctttt yesterday, aud are at preient affording
tho best of sport for -Victoria fishermen, who luro hastened to the spot.
The fish aro oKasjiig tho'sardinos,
moving rapidly mHhffdiroctlhn of thu
Fruser, when) they will' probably arrive about Tuesday. f»AinotJJ tho
hoavy fish caught yeaterdny was ono
which tipped tho beam at 3d pounds.
—Colonist, Jt^y ill v  „ •   \ m
The GWftifcf givoi tjjro follaivink, the
saeriu botng Beacon Hill, Victoria:
Timet S-a'dddk yesterday-afternoon;
Dramatis pt-rj-unu, - policeman and
■miinfhjr.'ttomUwtiflkllKi tlio boAr
with a cane., policeman (approaching
offloiumly), "Son, liere, now, you
musn't meddle irith tho hear." Boy—
"But t|)o;boar,iUti-e.it.". "Policeman—
"Jt doesn't make any diflurenco if lhe
bear does like it. Tho pnrk committeo
don't.!' (Exit small boy, whilo tho
listeners smile.) .-• • -. r
n the
y._\\
'■^\. <it lmt tlie:
' a fe-.Mimiimtcs
agjjgd "laoif frum'
jJ-id.bij'iined
;**KbBiV' wo ovo:
the  wizird
TJte Kl;' Driiu
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCaatorb
A f.ct!tiuil waajii-eaiiiiled to tliu city
coiiucil-iast night, signed by 40 teiim-
fttcrs and oidReni, asking that tho Sal*
vatiunarmy borwtriotod from using
thftu' ^iytlrumnr.d. oUwr-poiny instru-
menisi.i iTie'r street parades- Tlie
coune I was unanimous that the big
drum v.a-s n uuisaiico and dangorous
owiiiLMu ne ellocts on spirited hoi*--',
but it a as pointed uut that tl": pm-nde
and ita ncconipanyiug tioUes were, per-
Fodly leital and tlie army c6uld not
be forced to desist ifit wished to continuo ihem. On motion of Aid. Curtis the city clerk was instructed to ro-
itti'.ai i'ie unify to tibolishthe big drum
from Us street parades, and if this is
dine it iiill glvo «eneral  satisfaction.
rtio [ZiH-iiiat Lots Sale.
T!,
i'le uf .the llvynl, Columbian
hL ' lots, situated on Agues street,
\ 1: 'i jilt-, Trapp conducted at the
C..i ...i.Uir.tel last night, inoved con*
cUsiveiv tliat real estate is still on tho
rise in Westminster. The six lots iu
the block were all purchased by Mr.
A. M. Herring nnd the prices paid
were as f«ti .ws: Lot 18- 51,175; lot
14, 91,206; lot 15, $1;40S; lot 10, !*1,-
550; lot )7, S.',700; lot 18, ?2,a60; the
latter being the lot un tbo cornor of
Clement sticet. The iifw^itnl* tmilri-
iiid-WmiiuiThaGod'W.ttijiiW'i
riii'jforthtJmall.PU'ii o('tiOO.Vi'An.
other panel', lot i block 17, was purchased hj/jMr. Michael Clark {At -01,-
030. -TTroBo prices ai'o considered
higiily s-iljisfact'-ry, aticl>-thn hospital
ilirectorssroptea-edwith' llio linults
of the bale.
tf-iiicii iiy ,i Fiiiu-ii: Tror.
' On Saturday afterio'iri a man ua*hed
ffchu Stewart, -of 'Mount hehman,
'waskiileilhy-i falling tree near tho
Juiicbioiia Stewiirt was Working nenr
a trtu-tlmt had been partly cut, but
had .iiilil-j-i-'ut or iti trutilt intact to
keep it i-t-uiJing. A sudden strong
get'i f wind struck the troo and it
.toppii il over, splitting about lfl feet
kbnv,) the iirnund and foil, crushing
Stjwnrt lo tho paitl). pealh was
iiiH'.-intiiiieous, and it is*almost certain
tlu* »iiliiu of the snd acciduut never
^new .be iiad been al nick. Whon the
M$ iva« eMricat'd from beneath tho
free llnheitil was fonnd hi be torrKily
oriishad and both arms and both legs
broken. --MM^W |M«nw
of a^e and \fSe A uiiirited maiiT Mr,
Coi'oiHir Kerris was notified of tho
fatnliiy aud prpqoeded to tho junction
ycs'erdiiv whoro ho at once held an inquest. Thu jury brought iu-a verdict
of "a<,;identaldeath."'^
I'KUSONAh.
,T/ ]\f. lirowuing, of Vancuiirer, wns
iu lho city to-day,
Prof,., J. rMac(itui, of. QtUwii, is a
-Wiest M,(i(p; Cafoiiiat.; ^' ■';
]■ fr iriilchi'i^H & wift" ti V"V__.
teg, are rc-jistercd at tho Cnloninl.
D. 31, Harris, of L-nvonbcrg &
Harris, Victoria, returned to the capi-
tnl to-day.
Mrs. W. ],. JohiftotrnrVived homo
to-day from a lengthy visit wHI) friends
ntNap^GitjV^ifornia.   *-
pev. Mr. Scouler nnd Mrs, Scouler
wont dowu.to the North Ana, today.
Mr. Scouleii-wilt hot return : till the
J-astof tho week, nnd Mrs, Scouler remains for two or three weeks visiting
friends.
CHILDREN ENJOY
Tlio ltl^nstnt flavor, gentle action ami
nolhlBgolreou of Syrup of fIm, when
In need of a laxative und if the fntbur or
mother bu uosttve or bilious the moat
gratifyiujj results fellow its use, so tbat
ft is tlie buiit family remedy known and
every family should havo a bottle,
Hon. T, B, Pardee, lato commix*
sioner of crown lauds, died on Saturday afternoon tit Surnin, Ont,, after a
lingering illness.
f hy council.
Tho city council met at 8 o'clock
last bight for tbe transaction of business. Present - Aldermen Curtia,
l^ii], McPhaden, -Tuques, Ti.wimeud',
and Scoullar.
Ilia worship Mayor Hondry in the
chair.
(J0UJIUNIOAT10K8.
From Ci. A. Stiusou, broker, Toronto! asking for infoi'imUion concernint*
the issuance of tho bonus by-law debentures.   Beeeivetj and filed.
Dr. i. H. McLean, health officer,
Stating that complaints had been made
uf a nuisance existing along fhe upper
aide of Columbia street iu rear of the
Ktoroa betweon Maiy & McKenzie
streets advising tliat (be patties un
whoso propel ty the nuisances are be
oompelled to liavo them removed.
Aid. Towiiseud reported that be had
tiio nui'illioes above referral to ro-
moved.
lrrom Thos. i-iombi'ougli & Co,,
asking pertniasioii to lay binding uia-
lerial on Oolumbia strpit uppositj
Lytton Square. CirauLjd undor the
usual conditions.
From W. S. Gore, survey< r genera),
announcing tliat B. Dou^la.-. bad applied for ^,000 inches of wut ir to bo
iakeu from the Bninotte river iu the
vicinity of lut 1, group -1. for manufacturing purposes, and stiting tbat as
the interests of Westminster may possibly be affected by tho monoply uf
wator from a stream which lies partly
within tho city limits tho government
had decided not to tako action in tho
matter until thu council had an opportunity of expressing an opinion.
Alii, Jaques said us Mr. Douglas
required the water for manufacturing
purposes only the city could have no
objections to his getting it.
Aid. Townsend tinder-iiood Mr.
Douglas intended building a huge tan*
neryoii the Brunette and therefore he
ought, to be encouraged.
Aid. McPhaden also thought tho
eity should placo no obstacle in the
way of Mr. Douglas' application.
Aid. Cuitia moved that tho government, be informed that the council had
no.ohjcctions to Mr. Doni^laa' application"-   Carried.
From the Hon. John Rubsou, provincial secretary, acknowledging receipt of com mu ni cat ion re right of tho
city to t:ix coituin recently acquired
territory, and advising tho city to levy
and collect the tax, leaving thu government to its remedy nud thereby effect
a solution of the dilliculty. Referred
to tlio 11 i)(iuoo committee.
l-'i'niii Mayor Oppohhoimor, of Vancouver, asking for a dozen nnpa of tbo
iiiiiicipahtics iu the district of New
Westminster,   Request granted.
.A petition frum J. W. Andrezjowski,
C. McDonouyh and 38 other1, citizens
and teamsters, respectfully representing that tho uoiso made by the Salvation Army is a nuisance- and not only
endangers thu petition oi'.! property but
thoir lives, and asking that the chief of
police be iriftlructad lo cause the said
organ-nation to desist when on their
par.ule.,, fiuui using their drums and
othor"nbiB,, instrument] tn the danger
of the petitioner's lives and property.
Aid. Townrend said the big drum
slimil i certainly be stopped as it wns a
iv>.l datinor to both lives and property.
Aid. Scoullar'was of tho tame opinion, nnd he thought there was loom
enough for their music on fiotno public
squares.
Aid, McPhaden and Rei'l woro also
ui lhe opinion tho big drum should bo
stopped.
Aid. Jaquca thought the littlo drum
was the Worsonf iho two.
Aid. Citniis suggested that the army
should be requested to abat.i tho nuisance, ll had been tried to silence the
drum in other cities but without avail.
On in; tiun the clerk wns instructed
to request tho Salvation Army to do
away with tho big drum.
From F. (i, Strickland & Co., stating thnt they intend making a targe
exhibit at tho coining exhibition providing sulticiont space is allowed in
the main building, and offering to fur*
i,ish steam-power to any other parties
exhibiting. Referred to the agricultural society,
From W. E, Dickinson, asking permission to sink a post on Columbia
street, below the level of tho stroot
opposite tho Armstrong block. Referred to the bonrd of works with powor to act.
Frd'm F. C. Stover, agent for flame*
well Firo Alarm Co., inclosing estimate for a liro alarm telegraph system
to cost complete 81,830. Referred t-j
linJ committeo and chief engineer to
report up at the next meeting.
From Lowenberg, Harris & Co.,
asking permission to remove certain
wooden buildings from lot 7 block 5.
Permission granted under lhe usual
conditions.
From Loweuberg,   Harris   <fc Co.,
agreeing to pay 81 per foot  front for
the uso of ft portion of McKenzie street
fur !)0 days.
Received and filed.
UKl'OHTM.
Tho lire committeo reported favorably on Mr. Bell's account; also that
tho present tiro hose and coupling aro
sufficient for tlio preaont, Report
adopted.
Tbo park committee reported that
it met Snturdny night to receive apeci-
float ions for the agricultural building
to bo erected ou Queen's park prepared
by Mr. ti. W, Grant, architect, and
would n'spoelfully recommend thoir
adoption; and we also decided tocall
for tenders for Hio election of tho Enid
building, tendors lu ho in by Friday
next, aud would suggest thnt n special
meeting fur Friday night bo callod to
awaitl contract fur Etiine, aswefotl thut
no time can be lust; alao after hearing
Mr. Biunio'-i report on tho nmount of
work done by the contractor on Queen's
park nnd n personal inspection of suid
»0rk by your committoe, wo are of tho
opiuiun that under tho existing state
of affairs it would bo impossible for
tlie contractor to finish the work in the
time spocilicd, nud wo would urgo tho
council to taku immediate steps to
have tho work moro vigorously prosecuted or else tliu gruunds will nut bo
in any condition to hold tho exhibition
this fall.
Aid. Scoullur Enid the contractor
was employing so few men that the
work would not bo dono within tlio
specified timo.
Aid. .Tuques suggested Umt tho contractor's bondsmen bo notified that
they will bo held respniiHiblo if tho
work is not finished in time.
On motion it wag decidod that unless
the park contractor hns fivo acres
clou red und finished by August 1st the
job will bo taken out of his hands by
tho park committee.
The report was then adopted.
The board uf works reported having
appointed Thos. Ii:unie it superintendent t'f work, also tlmt we intond raising tbo wator iu the ruvjne under llio
public library up tn near the surface of
Columbia Btreet and carrying Bamo
down t-yttOll i.'pi'ire to tho river, uud
that tho city engineer will prepare
plans and call for tenders without delay; and wo bog to recommend that in
tho futuro all supplies required for oity
purposes must be obtained on requisition from the city clerk or his deputy
on an order from Ihe chairman of the
committeo requiring tho same; and
this council will not hold itself responsible for any guoils obtained without
such requisition, uud notico to this
ellect bo inserted in the newspaper for
'A0 days;- that the tender of Bradshaw
■fc Oo] for tbo improvement of Agnes
st, at 82,250, being tho lowest bo accepted; also that the tenders fur the
improvement of St. Patrick streetbeing
too high none be accepted and another
call for tenders be mado. lteport
adopted.
The specifications for tho park buildings were referred lu tho park committee with power to aet.
The committee ou water lots reported as follows, "We find that by
thu leases, taxes, if auy, aro to be paid
by tenants, and by the by-law of 1883
in reference tu water lots, thnt this
agreement to pay luxes must bo embodied iu tbo lease, whioh lease muse
be in ihe form sit forth in tho act of
1874, whioh calls for the tenant to pay
taxes if any* and wo also find that
taxes are leviable upou water lots under tho New Westminster net, 1888,
but we recommend that taxes ou water
lots and improvements bo remitted for
this year, giving your couucil und tbo
tenants suflicieut timo for the readjustment of the matter of leases, as some
of the leases have expired and some
will terminate at an early date; this
will give an opportunity to adjust the
wholo matter so as to conform te the
by-law of 1883, or amend tho samo if
necessnry.
His worship said thu committee had
given the matter consideration and
found thut tho plan advised wns tho
best that could bo proposed.
On motion tho report was laid on
tho table till Friday.
Aid. Scoullar retracted tho statements be hud mndo concerning the appointments on tho water works EtafF,
and withdrew his rcsiguation ns chair-
man of the water works committee.
Aid. Jaques thought tho strip of
land at tho comer of Prevost aud
Blackwood streets should bo purchased
from Dr. Fagan to widen Provost st.
to its proper width.
Aid. Curtis said it would hnvo to bo
widened sooner or Inter and Dr. Fuaan
was willing to sell it for 81,200, which
uas a rather stiff price.
Aldermen Scoullar, Reid and
Jaques till considered that this let, and
a lut from Holy Trinity church, should
be purchased without delay.
Aid. Cmtis thought Bishop Sillitoe
would bo glad tu givo a fow hundred
dollars towards \\ idening the street us
it wuuld greatly improve hiB property.
On motion lho matter wus left in
tho hands of the finance committoe
with powor to act.
Aid. Curtis reported that the vote
collectors had collected livo hundred
new votes.
Moved by Aid. Scoullar and seconded by Aid. Reid, that the debentures
mentioned in tho act 52, Vio. chap. 33
bo disposed of and tho proceeds placed
to tbo credit of the mayor to bo paid
out under the agreement in tho said
net mentioned, and according to the
torms thereof, but so as that every estimate upon whicfi payment is mado
shall first bo signed by tho mayor or
aotin£[ mayor; provided that the surplus, if any, over §150,000 wliich may
bo realizod from the said debentures
shall be retained by the trcasuror, and
provided also that a bond to the satisfaction of the manager uf the bank of
British Columbia at New Westminster,
required by tho said not, shall bo given
tothocitybeforot.be said dobontures
or nny of tbem aro disposed of,
Thu council thon adjourned.
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment instantly rej
Hevcs and permanently curesPiies, Pruritus and all hot and itching sores and
eruptions. N, W. agents, fi. S. Curtis
k Co. dmy28yl
VQLTJME VU.-NO. 19.
FOR Jl ALE.
A QpOD PIANO, IN PIB3T-OrjASE
/'\,"tato uf repair, Has splendid tone
\\lll iiesold'ilieapfni-easli. For partleu
lars, apply Itox ML', cily p. O,        cJJlS3wl
Grand Excursion!
Monlli ot  Itiver,  €unoc
antl North Ann,
Wlsn Bat j wu .lot, -,. gne her CMlorls,
Whoa sh. wh > Child, ihe oiM for Cwtort-,
Waen -hs hoc-mo Mis., oho clans to Cato-to,
Wftia ahel-ad CbiUlron, sho caro thom C'sstorU
ROOMS TO LET.
FURHNISHED ROOMS TO l-BT. single
or double or ca _ni(e, pleasant und
coniiortiilile,   Kxecllcnt situation,
Applyto MISS ODIN,
Opposite H. 0. Cathedral,
tljly28ml Columbia Street,
Dissolution of Partnership.
THK PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
exlstliiB between O. IJ. A T. Aeker-
iiinii, tiinler tho mime of Acltcnmwi llros.,
1ms been tills day dissolved by mutual
consent, O. it. Aokerman retiring from
the lirm. T. Ael-eniian will still cum- on
the business nml collect nil debts due tbe
tii'in nnd pay all bills m-ulnsi ihclli-m.
O. ll. AOKERMAN.
T. ACKERMAN.
-Now West.,,Inly'22nd, 1180.     (lJlj'SHlll
AUCTION SALE
I HAVE HEEN INOTRIICTKI) HYMR.
BAJtUBIj 'JliEKit to SOU by piibltc Auction, mi
Saturday Eveng, Aug. 3,1889,
At (be COLONIAL HOTEL, New Wed-
minster,
Twenty-live   Lots
of his English Day Property, whleh
coin prises some of the best Nil uuted
business property directly opposite the
proposed Landing of nil Uio Inrite
occiin (-"townships from China. Japan,
nnd ho forth, und it is conceded by
the best authorities on the subjent that
this Is destined lo become the principal
seaport lu British Columbia,and tills properly iu the near future will probably he
equal In value to any of tho choice lots nn
UranvllloandothL-ratroelH iu Vancouvor
Tlio deposits on those lots will bo 830
for Insldo lots and 860 for corner lots, count
the balance will bo payable whon Mr,
(freer Is prepared to «lvo a deed. The pro*
perty In sold with all the privileges of tho
present prfl-omptlon laws of British Ool
umbla,
! hnve also  been   Instructed   by Mr,
.liiMi.i'ii Hoskin to toil at samo timo,
Lot 130, Group %
Now Westminster District, on tho Soutli
Arm of the Krnscr Rlvor, opposite Tilbury
Islnnd, wlih bnlf a iiilln frontage mi Kit.*
ser Rlvor—containing KHIacron. Thoro is
about 120 acres of tills prairie, tlie balance
(Oder ami iimb-apple; thoro Is ubout 14
Inohes rich null on surface, Willi clay subsoil,nnd Is equal In valuetoanyof the
IliO tn land lower down lho river wliich is
selling nt from 81 IK) to 9160 por aero. Tonus
of this will bo $1000 cash; balance as may
be agreed upon.
A l-Hi-lii'l!* U. Ul «V 1ft, niiIhIIv. nr Lot io,
Mock XIII, Now Wostminstor Suburbs,
tuuSnlo will take plaeo at 8 o'clock,
T. J. TRAPP,
(JjlyDOtd AtlOTIOKEKn.
Ewen's Wharf on SUNDAY, -Inly
3-., at o.:io ii. in., for above-mentioned
plneos.
Refreshments nml Luncheon on board.
Euro for round trip, gi; Children,Mel'-',
        dJlySSltd
Auction Sale!
T HAVE RIX'EIVEI) INSTRUCTIONS
1 and will sell by Publle And Ion, atthe
Colonlnl Hotel, un HATUllDAY, .■-.•■•:■*.;!
'Uui, I SKI), nt 7.;!0 o'clock p. m., I lie (ol in-v-
ijjg valuable propel ty. viz'.!
Section £i (con I af ii lug HlOooros, morn oil's:;,!, Illocit 6 Norlh, Range Two Wesl,
Township No. 88, Itnngo Wr-st nf Cn-isi.
Meridian, Now Westminster District;
about :!■-; miles from Brownsville,on Vni.'
I'oiul; )'■;:, miles from Eraser River. Jin-
pravcinuils-7 acres cleared; nil unilt-i-
fonce. House, Burn Woodshed; ligooil
wells llrst-class wnter. A ycinngoi-cliiit-il,
conHlstlngof.'-ovni'lotloBoffritlt trees from
fl lo 1 yours old.  Terms cash.
A.M.NELSON,
tlJySltd Auctioneer.
Tenders Wanted*
niENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
X M. Q. Tkuiiunk up to Vi o'clock noon
ou MONDAY,HtMli.Inly.for Ibe erection
of a Dwelling House at Sapporton.
Plans uml specifications may be scon at
N.C. MoKeen A Bon's store, Front street.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted, djly2itd
§ira«-s
A Pleasing Sense of Heal!!1
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows tho uso of Syrup of Kgs, im
acts gently ou the
Kidneys, Liveii @) Bowels
Effectually Cleansing tiie System nhin
Costive or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds. Headaches; and Fevers
and iMimanently curing
B^BITXrAL CONSTIPATION
•without] weakening or irritating tlio or-
gnua on *wliicli it acts,
Jf'or fliiloiu 7De bottler: by nil Leadln-*
Dru-rglstg,
MASDFALTCUKU OM.i BV Till!
OAuroEinAnasYEijpoo
s.\.' FH.wa.-.cc. Cm
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Slreet, New Westminster, B.C.
ITkt.i-phonk No, 65,]
14 CLARE ROAD- HAUFAX, EN 1AND,
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND   '
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
l.m*"-[oii antl LaiiVRshli-e Fire nml
UrltUh   t'.inptr-*   Life   Jmnr/ine.--
Conii-aiileii.
Kew Westnihuicr Building Soiilety,
Auvutiutant's Oftlce, Uloeesu of W.iv,
titty A tuition), ItsSO, 1KB? nnd 1888.
ADVISE ULIENT6 IN   THI*  BUYING
AWDHBIiU'NCI OF HEAL PROPER*
TV IN THE CITY AND DlflTRIOT,
und oilier monetary tnuiiiaclloi)'',
linve soveral good Invoslmenlaon tliolr
boolts, ami all new comers will tto well to
call before doing business (-Isowlioro,
dwBdely
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WILL SELL THEIR REMAINING STOCK OF
Prints, Lawns and iii
AT   COST,   FOR   CASH.
n
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(I)   U
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O M
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G-EBAT    SALE
WHITE   EMBROIDERIES.
esss on m .r5i T»r.
Seersuckt
FOR OS^LY
e,
m\
eli^.rreeman
lUASOIi-Xa B-COOK.
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE DANK OF  MONTREAL,
&G.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WAliE,
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN 1TUCES,
A lull lins of H-ioclaclcK & Eyo-IJlaiiscs in stocl, riibbor, silver arc ;,,
frsmos.   Tiio linest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; all sights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS; Having Inn,,., tl
business thoroughly from some of tlie finest Horologors in England, nnd Biiice lie
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of thobest firms on the oom
nent of America, is a suliieient guarantee of good workmanship, Formerly limn
ger for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage A Lyninn, aloiitriu
t'lllll-RCS illOlllTlltC,
MoBTKEAL, Deo., 1887.—Mr. F, Oral;" Andw. Robertson, Esq., Clisirman
Montreal Ilnrbor Commiasioners, says: "I never found a WatohlnnKei' who did
woll ferine as you did wiien in .Montreal, and 1 mu sorry you ave not here to-day."
dwai'l'-te
Wholesale mm Eetail Bmggists
NEXT i.'Ol.OKlAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, 1), C.
VJj-R\    ^
For First-cliiss Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SBMOLAIR'S,    -     Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to handi New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
<i
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
1T"E3*W 'W**E3ST"lVCI"N"ST3i|-B.
djIylOto
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
MUT.EB  lisr
Choice Familf Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
X^alsxadox "EXerxing's,
ri'vCaclserel, Salt Cod,
ub.xxx±ovLX'e TJelc. "HCarras,
-A.rnao'ur''3 XJnc. "Bacon..
**Tlo-ar. "Bran. Sliorts,
jarlllGHEST PRICKS PAH) FOR FARM PRODUCE,
nowwiy 8coullar-ArmstronK Blook, Columbia Bt.
W. & I Wolfend
W IMPORTEBS k DEALERS IN
xx x a- xx - a *j*_.. a. s s
DRY GOODS
 JLlfTXi	
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON  MARCHE.
OTJ-R JLN_N"TJJLX_,
CLEARANCE SALE
HAS COMMENCED.
Stpeoickl Bargains.
WALKER & SHADWELL.
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