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Array out Priming offi
British
VOLUME 7
(JEW   WESTMINSTER, B. 0., WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 3, 1889.
NUMBER 2
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
T. O. ATKINSON,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, *0. Olltos-
Miisonlo Building, NowWoBtnllnstor,
11. a dwto
AUJISTI'O.VG A, KCKSTEIN,
ARRI8TER9,  SOLICITORS,   ETC.—
i  Masonic Bulltllnu,  How westniln*
ster, 11. U. clwniy'tfl
B
W. NOHMAN BOI-K, tl. C,
BAnaiSTER*AT-LA\V,L.\NDAGRNT.
Money to Loan, Oillce-Uliirltaon St.,
Now Westminster, B. 0. dtc
I Oil 1101 LP, Hel'OM, A dV.SSH,
BARRISTERS. SOLICITOUS, eic.  Offices-Masonic Buildings, Mew Wcst-
mlUBter.nud Vancouvor, H. 0.        dwto
A. 0. UltVDONE-JACK, Itt. A ,
NOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,
Ae, Barrister of the New Brunswick
Supremo Court. Office in the Humley
Building, Columbia St., oppoalte the Colonial Hotel, dapgto
JOSEPH B, OAYNORi B.A--M-.B.
GOLD MEDALIST of the University of
Dublin.   BARRISTER-AT Tj AW of
the High Court of Justice, Ireland. Oillces,
Corner McKenzie A Olarkson Sis., New
Westminstor. '       dmeStto
C. II, (1ATEWOOD, D.O.S.,
SUROEON UENTIST-A Graduate of
the Baltimore Dental College, la pro-
Jmrod to do all kinds of Dental work. Of-
Ice over McLennan A McFoely's hardware store, V&l Cordova St., Vuncoiivp.**r
B. 0. dapilOto
G. W. HHAAiTt
, ROHITEOT.   Otllco-Cnrner Mary nnd
L   Clarkson Hts., Westminster,   dwtc
CXjUW  -Si  'il Al'LURK,
ARCHITECTS.    Ollleo—Room E, over
Bank of B.C.,ColumbiaStreet,Westp
minster. dto
IVll.l.lA.'l  11. KINO,
AROHITECT.SANITARYENGINEER,
Ac. Removiid to Armstronj-'s Block,
Columbia Streot, Westminster — Room
No. 2. dto
W. THIBAVDEAV,
LAND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS*
mau.   Hamley Block, New Westmin*
ster, B, (J.  dinylfitc
A. V. (.OTTOS,
DOMINION and PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR, Oillces HoomP.Bunk
of B. C. 1ml hi Ing, \V-3slmhister, B.C.
«. S'lTllMHEltai,
pBAL ESTATE BROKER and County
tx Court Agent. Commissioner, Notary,
Public, Ao, Rents collected. Oilice—McKenzie Street, Now Westminster, B.C.
T. -T. Tit A PI',     •
A UOTIONEHR AND APPRAISER.
/\ Columbia Street, New Westminstor.
All commission will receive prompt
and i-iui'ful nt11 iiilou. Best references
given when required*           mhl2-to
TURNBI1, 11K1.TOV A CO.,
MERCHANTS. Whnrf St., Vlctoiln.
.Agents for North British and Mercantile- Insurance Co. for Mainland. H.
C. Bkrtos A Co,, .'ill Klnsbury Circus, Lon-
don, E. 0   dte
n a
Renl  Entitle  Brokers and
Finamiul Agents,
AGENTS FOR
Onnfeiiernti<m Life Asioclatton of
Toronto.
It»yu> nml  Litnviibhli-*; I'lic Xii-.ii.r-
aii<« Cotnpnnli-s*
u,a.Valuable Lots for sale in the City
nnd District of Westmlnstur; nnd choice
Lots In the CI ty of Vnncouvor.
Person1' wishing to buy-or sell city or
rural proporty should communicate with
ns.
nlllces: Bank of B.C. building,opposite
poslofBuo, wi slmiii-itor, and Hastings St.,
i' •' i«oiivnr, d wuplBte
RAND BROS.
MISAJj PSTATK UROKEItS,
Oouv'e yitneem, Collect on,
And Insurance Agents,
OHIces nt
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
McKoiikIo and Clarkson Sta.
VANCOUVER, Cordova tJtreeL
LONDON ,Englniid.
HUILDINC* LOTS for sale lu all HOotloUB
of Vanoouver and Now Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
■ale at  Chilllwhack,  Port Hammond,
Lnngley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Ray,Lnd-
nor's Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
and HU River.
Maps nnd Plana exhibited and tlio full-
eat information furnished at all ournQlces-
W. BOYILL,
ARCHITECT
——AND	
Real Estate Agent
NEW WESTMINSTER:--Offlco, Mackenzie Street,
Pull LlBt of City and Suburban Property.
Particular attention paid to Farming
Lands,
Accurate information to correspondents. dwmyOyl
ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
Civil Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
FINANCIAL, SHIPPING & COMMISSION AGENTS
Fire, Life A Marine Insiiruucc.
CoLUMniAST., - Opp, Colonial Hotei.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
GtVE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
toiitlon to all professional orders and
tender tholr services tit resident!' nnd nonresidents having City or Country Pro pot ty
to dispose of or desiring profitable invest-
ment.
Our lists of eligible properties are com-
nrelicnsive und constantly receiving uilill-
-Tums, and our favorable eastern connections both lu Canada nud the Atlantic
States glvo us uiuiHiinl facilities for business.
Special attnntloii will be paid to tho
purchase and Inspection ol Lumber for
shipment to foreign ports. Tonnage chartered and general shipping-business transacted, dwnp'iy)
erson
DRUGGISTS.
Pure and Fresh Drugs
-****axtx*<o-BE*BS,
Patent Medicines, Eto
phv3i0ians' pbe90ription8 carefully
Cohp-uhped.
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Lain Partner of John MuVlcker)
MINING ENGINEER, U.S. A PROVINCIAL SURVEYOR, A ASSAYER.
Masonic Tfmpm- Block, Vancouver,
Brit. Col.
ftirRclliilple reports, underground surveys and maps ol nilno** executed ntio**
rates.  Assays made on nl! kind*1 of min*
eralH, gold and silver bars.   Thirty years-
exporluiioo  In mining In Asia, Europe
and United States of America.  Speaks
ten lanauages,   Assays from a distance
promptly attended to.    •■--*-- •»■-■—-
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kind, of the Inst makes; Cross-cut & Hand-Saws,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary Utensils for Farmingl
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Blocks, Hope & Chain in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar & Oakum; Tarred and Plain Paper for Bulldlngi Paints & Oils
ball colors; Liquid Paints in all snides; Floor Paints ready to use; Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper in all design.; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating Oils, Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment ol
Agricultural Implements.
IS_r Special attention given to orders by mail.
T. T. TXZJLJPF 60 CO.,
dwjly3to Columbia Street, New Westminsteb.
GRANT & MACLURE.
Boots & Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
■,h.o;
Address Vnnoc
•MolTI
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Gheviotts.
.   Si.   ]\£ACTOOCT'S
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street, - New Westminster.
Globe House!
MRS.   WM.   RAE
WILL OFFER
FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS
Dress Boods at Cost Price
Call Early and Secure Bargains.
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
Insurance and Financial
AosrE.CT'.re.
NEW WESTMINSTER, Tmnoekre^e\k-?son
\/Afvl/**'<*M ll/CD    CORNER CORDOVA AND
VAINUlJIJVtri, ABBOTT STREETS.
-AND-
ANDERSON BLOCK.
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON,   ENG. 107 CANNON ST.
Farming Lands fi Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia and Front Sti.,
fn central portion of the eity; several
buildings bring good rent -$22,000.00.
Lot 4, Block 7, noar Lytton Square,
00x132 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Front Sta.-80,000.00.
'Corner Lot on Columbia St., 33x00 feet—
$4,000.00,
Also—Lot and Building with Btook of
Gooda. one of tho best businoss stands
in the city,
Improved Residential Property
Lot 15, Blook 13) two houses rented at
paying (iguroa—84,000.00.
Houso and Lot on Lome St., noar Col*
umbia—31200,00.
Lota 4, 5 & 0, Blook 19; good house,
garden, ko.; choice residenco proporty
-15,280.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St.; fenced and
cleared -$1500.00.
House and Lot on Columbia St.; one of
the finest residences In tho city—$7,-
000.00.
House and Lot on Royal Avenue, near
Douglas St.—$2,000.00.
House and 3 Lota, corner Royal Avonue
nnd St. 1'atrick's St.; no hotter residence alto iu the city-? 10,000.00.
1 aero, with 7 houses, near the Park—
$6,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Block 28; corner lot on Agnes St.:
fino residence site- $1200.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., nenr Queen's
Avenue—$500.00 oach.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Halt*
fax Sta,, near Clinton St.; fine views
nnd well situated—$350,00, $375.00,
$500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clintoi--
$300.00.
Lot 0, Sub-Blook 10; fine residence lots-
$250.00.
Lots on Pelham St., near Mary—$600.00
eaoh.
Lot on Pelham St., nenr St, Andrew's;
fino aite--$500.00.
Lot on St. John's St., nenr Melbourne—
$350.00.
Lot in St. Andrew's Square -$300.00.
Lots in Block fronting on Nortii Ant
rond; finest chance In tho market fo:
rostdeuco or apoculatlon—$125.00 t*
$175.00.
Lota in Subdivision of Lot 11, mih-Bloc
12—$60.00 to $125.00.
Loti in Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloc
13—$160.00 each.
Lots tn Westminster Addition at $15.00
to $50.00.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity,Btren-ctli ami wliolesomonesH, More
economical Mian tho ordinary kiii'ln, und
eannot be sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Bold only In cans,
ItoYALBaking Pownmt Co., 106 Wall Ht,
Kew York, 3fely
FarmJbrSale.
* OT 27. BLOOK 1 NORTH RANGE 0
- West, I.ulu Islnnd, at a bargain.
To ILiet.
OFFICES   IN   THE
llloclt.
dJolOlo
Ap,-,-.',
AUMSTHONQ
TO RENT.
A PLEASANT ROOM FOR TWO GEN-
tlemen, with or without Hoard, in
prlvafo family.   Apply at third houso np
tlie hill, left hand Biite of Douglas slreet.
 djoiotc 	
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Authority is like dried apples,
Bays a witty cotemporary. A few
cents' worth will puff a small r-ian
up astonishingly.
A shurp fakir is making a good
income by advertising a sure
method of killing all insects.
When yon send him 50 cents you
will receive a printed card on which
are these words : "Get your insects
to smoke cigarettes, and thoy will
die within an hour.   So long."
Mrs. Harriet Prescott Spofibrd is
an enthusiastic advocate of dail^
exercise for girls. She does not
care so much about its nature, so
long as it is taken. She believes
it is as much tho duty of parents
to insist upon a certain amount of
exorcise for their girls, as it is for
them to insist upon proper diet and
clothing.
Florence Nightingale is sixty-nine
years of age and an invalid, but she
has written a letter of sympathy
for the Johnstown sufferers with
her own hand, She seldom leaves
her house nowadays, but she keeps
up a lively intereat in all that is
going on, and she attends to an
enormous correspondence from all
parts of the world.
PECULIAR FATALITY.
Two Persons Swinging In a Hammock Struck by Lightning
and Instantly Killed.
Sullivan's Friends Present Him
with a Hagniflcient American
Flag Suitably Inscribed.
Both Pugilists and  their Many
Friends Leave for the Fighting Grounds.
Timber Lauds for fialc,
THE DISCOVERER'S INTEREST IN
about8,01)0 acres of first-class Timber
Lands, principally Kir.
WOODS, TURNER A GAMBLE.
New -West., II. C, June 11,1S60.   djel2inl
First-class Prairie Farm
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, Nortii Arm, Fraser Rlvor j containing WOnoronof the tint nt running land
In Iho oountry; all dyked, woll Improved,
good buildings, good orchnril (hearing).
For further information enquire of
MAJOlt A PEARSON,
dmyMc Kew Weatmlnater.
WANTED.
WELLnROKEN   HORSE,  suitable
.    for a delivery wagon,-Apply to
1JO20W1 II, I ARMSTllONG.
WANTED.
FOURORFIVEOOODSTONEMASONS.
Apply Io ACKERMAN BROS.,
djoloto New Wostminstor.
Plants for Sale!
C3 B3C XJ Jl. a?
AT Tit F.
In Great Variety, Including,
GERANIUMS, Doublo and Single; FU*
OHIA.S, nil new varieties; uoSES,'
Double PETUNIAS, MOON-FLOWERS:
a line collection of DAHLIAS -mimed
varieties!. ANNUALS, 'J"i els, per doz.
Mixed BEDDING PLANTS, 81:60 per doz.
I offer 10 Plant-- for $1, liicliiiliii(,' I Storm
King Fttehln. Uouquet'', Wrenths and
Crosses made to order. Fruit,, Vegotnblea
and Flowers at Siorc, noxt City Hotel, Columbia St. Orders by mail promptly attended to.     IdwajVlyl]      l». L.iTUAIl.
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DRUGGISTS
Queen's  Hotel  Block,
KEW WKiT-ll-MTKII.
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY,
ilnpllc
Loffentef,
SO oo.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
—ANn—
inancial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
Aud transact all fiutiiiicii'* relating to
Ileal Mutate.
—AGENTS FOR—
London Assurance €or|ioratloii,
Coniicctlent Flro Insurance Co. of
Hartford,
London and Lancashire Life Assur-
mice Co.
Canton Insurance oflier, Ld. (Marino)
OFFICESl
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
L
To expel mosquitoes, take of gum
camphor a pieoe about one-third the
size of a hen's egg, and evaporate it
by placing it in a tin vessel and
holding ib over a lamp, taking .care
that it does not ignite. The smoke
will soon fill the room and expel the
mosquitoes, aud tbey will not return
even though the windows should be
loft opon all uight.—Ex,
Tlie Rev. Phoebe Hanaford, who
is now the pastor of the Ohurch of
the Holy Spirit in New Haven, Connecticut, although nearly sixty-six
years of ngo, has the elastic step of a
girl of twenty, and all of hor enthusiasm. She has dark wavy hair, dark
eyes, and well-cut featuros. Mrs,
Hanaford began preaching in 1806,
and has been hard nt work ever since.
Thousands of peoplo are said to owe
their conversion to her peruasive
oloqnenco.
Edison, the inventor, says that
he seldom sleeps more than four
hours. Ho has slept ten, but it
made him feel badly. All he eats
in a day wouldn't weigh more than
a pound, and consists of toast, a little
potato, or something of that kind.
'Whon he has anything spocial on
hand he works night and day. To
keep up the spirits of his men who
havo to work with him. ho sometimes hires a man to play tho organ
in his laboratory all night long.
Sir Frederick Leighton went to
tho Royal Academy exhibition the
other dny, and a new attendant at
the door, not knowing him, demanded his pass or ticket, "I have
none," said Sir Frederick. "I am
Sir Frederick Leighton, the president, you know." "Must show your
pass, sir," was the reply; "Ive been
ordered to admit no one without a
pass or ticket, except by special
permission." "Oh, all right then."
returned the artist. "I, as president, givo you special permission to
admit mo?"—Ex.
The English are contemplating
an idea to lay down a postal tube
between Dover and Calais, The
plan is to suspend two tubes of
about a yard each in diameter by
moans of steel cables across the
channel, forty yards above the level
of the sea. The steel cables will be
fixed to pillars at distances of about
800 yards, and in each tubo a little
railway will run with cars capable
of carrying 460 pounds in weight.
No parcel of greater weight than
this will betaken, aud the-cost is
estimated at the modest figure of $5,-
000,000.
Says an exchange: Worth, the
famous "French" dress maker, is a
native-born Englishman. Ho is a
man of striking appearance, with
rather a Scotch type of face, which
is mado moro noticeable by the
Scotch cap ho usually wears. His
parents intended him for n printer,
but he deslikod to soil his fingers
witli printers' ink, and decided fnr
the dry-goods trade, beginning iu
London, nnd finally going to Paris,
where he found favor with the Empress Eugenie, nnd consequently
with tho faBhionablo world which
sho led. M. Worth has a fine cha-
toau near Paris, whero ho is very
fond uf entertaining his friends nnd
customers, among whom a large percentage are Americans
Says tho America; Those persons
who have charge of the American
section of tlio Paris Exposition deserve tho hearty thanks of this
country for decreeing that the
"Amoricun Sabbath" Bhall bo ro*
spouted on Frenoh soil, and that the
exhibit from the United States
shall not be open to visitors on Sunday, Nothing could speak more
eloquently to foreign peoples of the
high regard for the day of rest and
worship which all true Americans
feel, Americans at home and
abroad should feel croud of the
"American Bibbafch." It is one
of our most precious institutions,
nnd though it has been vigorously
attacked of late years by hostile
foreign influence, the reaction is now
setting in which eannot fail to overwhelm its opponents, if Americans
remain truo to themselves nnd to
tlio beit interests of their country.
KILLED IN A HAMMOCK.
Lockport, N. Y., July 3.—Last
night Mary and Lizzie Hawkes, sisters,
while swinging in a hammock, were
struck by lightning and instantly killed.
NEARLY A VICTIM.
Nuw York, June 3.—James Tanne*
ham, of Belfast, Ireland, visiting here,
waa nearly the victim of bunco mon last
night on Broadway. The polico wore
Watching the party, however, and ar-
reated-Ltlie would-be awindlera, Tanne*
ham bad a large sum of money on hia
peraon, nnd hia escape waa narrow.
FIHE,
New York, July 3.—The fire, which
started this morning in the basement
of the Palace Royal, tho noted fancy
goods store on 14th street, through the
carelessness of a servant in lighting
the gas, damaged stock to the value of
abuut $25,000, and the building $10,-
000; fully insured.
LEFT FOR TIIE FIGHT,
Baltimore, July 3.—Jake Kilrain
will leave for tho fighting grounds at 2
o'clock this afternoon, oyer Baltimore
aud Ohio railroads, accompanied by
Charlie Mitchell, Pony Moore, Johnnie
Murphy, Dr. J. Hi Dougherty, of At-
lantic city, and a couple of others.
Most of the betting hore is 10 to 0 in
favor of Sullivan.
a beautiful tmbote.
Boston, July 3.—Laat ovening Prof.
Thomas F. Drohan, left for New Orleans, bearing the Parnell athletic
club'a tribute to Sullivan, which will
he presented to him in the ring. It is
an American flag of the finest ailk, five
feot long, four foet wide, attached to a
heavy bras*- mounted ebony pole nine
feet in length and surmounted by a
large American eagle, In the centre
of the blue field of tho flag is the gilt
harp of Erin, about which is entwined
the shamrock. Running horizontally
Acroas the banner in large gilt lotters
ia tho iuauriplion: "Presented to John
L.SulHvan, champion of thn world, by
tho Parnell athletic club of Boston,
July 8th, 1899."
THE BIO FELLOW.
Cinci.vnato, JulyS.—Sullivan and
party left Cincinnati by the Queen and
Crescent Hue for New Orleans at 8:22
thia morning. Sullivan's special, one
of Mann's Boudoir cars tho Lucia Di
Lanunermoor was attached to the rear
of the train. Sullivan came down boforo the hour of departure, having had
an early breakfast at the Burnett house
rushed tu the car and secluded himself from the public gaze. About fifty
local sportsmen about town gained admittance within the depot gates, and
acted as a guard of honor until the
train pulled out. The man who soils
Sullivan badges did quite a lively business, and tho champion's faco printed
on white ribbons adorned the breasts
of many admirers on tho platform.
The train contained very fow passengers outside of the Sullivan party and
regular travellers, among tho latter
being several ladies. John McCormick,-of tlio New York Sun joined the
party here. Harry Weldon, of the
Cincinnati Enquirer, B. B. Johnston,
of the Commercial Gazette, nnd Geo. A.
Sliivos of tho Evening Post nlso got
aboard.
TO SPEND THE FOURTH.
New York, July 3.—President Harrison and party, consisting of Secretary
and Mrs, Noble, Adjutant-General L. A,
Barbour, Lieutenant Mason, Clarence
W. Bowen, Colonel Elliott F, Shepherd,
left tho Fifth Avenue Hotel thia morning
at 9.35 and were driven in three open
carriages to the Grand Central depot,
whore the ten o'clock train on tlio New
Haven Railroad was taken for Woodstock, where tho party will be gucBta of
Henry C. Bowen, for tho fourth. At
tho depot, Secretary Tracy joined the
fircaldent. A atop will bo made at Hart*
ord, whoro tho president will visit the
state capitol.
PASSENGER LIST. %
San Fhancisco, July 3.—Tlio atr.
City of Pueblii sailed for Victoria and
Puget Sound porta this morning with
the following paaaengera for Victoria :
S. L. Taylor, Mra. Johmon, Mra. L.
Fallon, E. D. Heattley, J, Templetori,
H. 11. Priilglb- L. Simpson, It. Simpson and wife, Miss. M. K Miller,
A RIG DROP.
New York, July 3.-—Sugar truit
stocks cam Mul a sensation mi tho tmir-
kt>( this morning by dropping a* ven
nml n half por cont.
ALL SOSSESsl-.
Chicaoo, July 3.—Regarding tho
despatch from Montreal giving the
outlines of n recent French Canadian
organwiition whoso purpose i-i aaid to
bo tlio withdrawal of tho province of
Quebec from Canndian union, lending
Frcnch-Canadiuns hero are of the
opinion that un such secret league
exists.
SHOOTING AFFRAY.
Lancaster, Cal., July 3.—William
Tweedy, a cattleman, left Lancaster
yeatordny and went to Majnard, ten
milea distant, where he atoj-pod nta
blacksmith shop to get hii buugy fixed.
While waiting W, C. Wheeling came
in aud Tweedy asked why ho had killed a cortain bull, at the samo time
stooping to pick up n cliisol. Wheeling drew a revolver and fired two
shots, ouo of them striking Tweedy iu
tho middle of tho back on tho left side,
The wounded mau died a fow hours
later. Ho was quite wealthy. Wheeling surrendered himself, fearing lynch-
inr/.
A CALIFORNIA HORSE TAKES THE RACE.
New York, July 2.—Tho Realization stake, 1| milos, at Coney Island,
to-dny, worth forty thousand dollars
to thu winner, wns won by n California
horse, Huggin't*. Salvator.
the wrong kind of a "pig."
Helena, Mont., July 8,—Another
cunningly doviaod effort to cheat the
callows of Bryion, the wifo murderer,
has just boon,discovered. Ono of the
murderer's lady friends hi Helena,
■ent him a "pigs in olover" puazle.
Sheriff Hslford suspected thnt some
thing was wrong and in handling the
marbles found that ono seemed rather
soft, and crushed it between his
fiugors; inside was found a strychnine
[ill sufficient to kill a dozen people.
TWO OF A KIND.
Santa Rosa, Cal., July 2.—Tom
Wilaon killed a man called "Crazy Joe"
at Glen Ellen, yesterday afternoon.
To a deputy who arrested him, Wilson
said: "Yes I killed him. I just cut
his throat from ear to ear and then he
aaid fur me to finish the job, so I got
my gun aud placed it at his noso and
blew the whole top of his head off."
Wilson while frankly admitting his
crime, did not aasign any reason for
it.   He is believed to be insane.
$25,000 FOR CHARITIES.
San Francisco, July 2.—The will
of the late Joseph Emeric, an old pioneer, was filed for probate to-day. The
estate is valued at half a million dollars, twenty-five thousand of whioh is
left for charitable purposes.
TO BE LEFT TO ARBITRATION.
Lisbon, July 2.—Portugese government accepts Salisbury's proposition to
arbitrate the Delagoa Bay question.
THE ATLANTIC MAIL SERVICE.
London, July 2.—Tho Times says
the Andersons have guaranteed to
transport the English mails across the
Atlantic in connection with the Canadian Pacifio Road, ut an average speed
of 19 knots, The Times says this will
stimulate the scheme of a faat mail to
China and Japan.
IMPERIAL  FEDERATION.
Lonbon, July 2.—Sir Charles Tupper's imperial federation speech continues to attract widespread attention.
Lord Rosebery has summoned a meeting of the executive council of the
league specially to consider the proposal for an imperial convention.
Meanwhile the government is beiug
approached by unofficial federationists.
Mr. Howard Vincent has given notice
of a question to the first lord of tin-
treasury iu tho commons whether the
government intents to act on the suggestion of bo high an authority as Sir
Charles Tupper, or take other atepa *x»
give effect to the growing desire of th«
:ol« iiiies to enter into a closer and more
substantial commercial and political
union with the mother country. It is
understood that Sir Charles Tupper's
view is somewhat as follows: As regards tho question, anything like parliament^ federation ia out of the qucs
tion us an immediate measure. He is
couvinoed iu itself interest, mid mutual
support must be tho basis of a closer
union. This will be secured by a fiscal
system, whieh, without attempting a
common tariff for the whole empire,
will leave euch part of the empire to
mak.. its own tariff with a preference for
the other parts of the empire. By this
each would have a double column
tariff, one column for imperial trade and
the other for foreign trado. Thia, Sir
Charles Tupper asserts, will not interfere with tho accepted principal of the
most favored nation treatment, be-
cau-io it refers to Iho outside world and
not to integral parti of the empire. It
would only necessitate the termination
of a very few minor British treaties in
which this vital principal has been neglected.    ^^^^^^^^
VICTORIAJEWS.
sblpplnp* Matters "Field of Hay ■uracil.
Special to the Columbian,
Victoria, July 3.—The bark Anton-
otte, from Callao, forMoodyville, arrived
this morning. The Bhip MacDuff, lumber
laden from lloyal City Milla, Westminstor, was towed to sea this afternoon,
Tho Walla Walla sailed at 1 p.m. for San
Francisco with 100 passengers and a full
freight.
A large field of about twenty acres, ou
the Work estate, was burned over this
afternoon. It was covered with cut hay
and made a fierce fire. For some time
the surrounding dwellings were threatened by the incipient prairio firo.
BADLY BEATEN.
Dervishes Attack theBritish Forces
at Arqnin and Leave 500
Dead Behind.
Davitt will Favor any  Scheme
that will Glvo Ireland Independence.
Prince Albert Victor Is to Harry
a Sister of the Emperor
William.
Donald Trnlba.
The only thing of importance is the
announcement that work will be immediately resumed at the Monarch
mine at Field, the owners of that property and the smelter at Vancouver
having placed both mine and imelter
iu chargo of L. D. Davis. This means
businesa, for Mr. Davis is a thoroughly practical man, A number of men
are working on claims adjacent to the
Monarch, and Field is again showing
signs of liveliness.
On Porcupine creek tho Discovery
Company ia making more than wages,
and the Elsie, taking out nuggets ol as
high value as 815. The foreman of
the latter is beginning to have a better
opinion of tho Elsie ground. The
Donald Company haB had some troublo
with wator in sinking a sh'-fr, but now
have it under control, and the shaft is
going down at the rato of 4 feet a day.
Tho French Company has- everything in readiness, as soon as a pump
arrives from Victoria, to begin pumping tho water from its shaft, which is
down over 35 feet.
A number of prospectors, who left
Donald intending to tuke in lho country between tho head waters of Quartz
creek aud the north fork of the Spila-
macheen, wero turned back by the
forest fires which aro raging over iu
that section. They will mnke another
effort by going in by way of tho new
McMurdo trail.
A sample of the mino owned by the
Cariboo Creek mining company ■*-*»a
sent to theSelby Bmel'»ig and loud
company of S°» -Wanoirwo for a test.
Tho return gavo the value of tho oro
as 918 iu silver and $32 in lead, the
smelting company laying it was worth
$27.20 n ton in San Francisco, but
that it contained too much lend to
enter the Uuited Stntea duty free,
Miko Carlin has returned from n
trip to the petroleum springs in which
he is interested. There sro 71 springs
within n radius of 500 acres and the
indications nre thnt the quantity ia inexhaustible and tho quality first class,
2 or 3 separate analysis having shown
01 per oent. of lubricating oil. These
springs aro not in tho Crows Nest Pass,
but within about 60 miles of the C.P.R.
and in British Columbia. Mr, Carlin
brought back wiih him 2 or 3 gallons
of the crude oil just as it was scooped
off the water. Ho savs that the situation is most favorable, and that ai
soveral offers have already been re*
ceived from capitalists, there is but
littlo doubt that thorough testa will
soon bo mado.
Children Cryfor Pitcher1
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THE BERVISHE3 ROUTED.
Cairo, July 3.—The Egyptian troopt!
under Colonel Wadehouae, have haa a
battle at Arquin with the dervishes,
defeated them and put them to rout.
The dervish loss in killed and wounded
is reported at five hundred, and the
Egyptians only seventy, Two English
officers wero wounded. Colonel Wade-
house ia purauing tho flying dervishes.
The dervishes attempted to effect a
lodgment on tho river bank and Col.
Wadehouae forthwith advanced upon
them with hia field force. The dervishes
stubbornly resisted the attack, bat after
they lost two guns they began to retreat.
The battle extended seven miles along
the river bank, the dervishes retiring
northward foot by foot. More fighting
ia expected.
THE INVADERS ATTACKED.
Cairo, July 3.—The dervishes advanced north of Wadahalfa recently and
threatened to cut off the garrison. A
despatch from there announces that the
movement has been cheeked. Col.
Wodehouse, in command of the Egyptian
troops, yesterday attacked the Invaders
at Argeysi, below the aecond great cataract. The Arabs fought with deaperation,
but were defeated and fled southward.
The Egyptian troops were well handled
and showed great steadiness, although
inferior in number to the enemy, Tho
losses are heavy. The Arabs left five
hundred dead on the field. The Egyptian loss is seventy killed and one hundred
and fifty wounded. It is believed Col.
Wadehouae'a victory will put a stop to
the invasion, but reinforcements are
being hurried to the front.
THE SHAH'S  VISIT,
London, July 3.—The Shah of Per*
sia visited Guild Hall to-day, passing
oo the way through the Strand, Fleet
street and Cheapside. At Guild Hall
he was received by the city and corporation officers, who were dressed in
full costume of office, and presented an
address on behalf of the city. After
partaking ot breakfast, which was
spread in the great hall, the Shsh returned to Buckingham palace by way
of Queen Victoria street and embankment. The Shah and his party were
accompanied in their state carriage by
the Prince  of Wales,   and  both  the
Erince and Shah were loudly cheered
y the immense throngs that lined the
streets through which they passed.
The weather was cloudy and sunless,
but very favurable for Bight-seeing.
VICTORIOUS YANKEES.
London, July 3.—The Massachusetts rifle team, which defeated the
honorable artillery company on Monday and the first artillery Berkshires
yesterday, will contest with the London riflo brigade today.
DAVITT'S EVIDENCE.
London, July 3.—Davitt resumed
his testimony before the Parnell commission this morning. In answer to a
question Davitt snid he had no objection to join any movement looking to
the independence of Ireland if there
was force enough to justify such a
movement. He said ho did not approve of tho Clerkenwell explosion.
He regretted tho attack on the prison
at Manchester whereby a bravo policeman was killed, but he applauded tho
men who in the attempt were trying to
rescue frionds. Witness said while in
prison he became convinced that secret
societies would undo all the good effected for Ireland, and when he was
released he conferred with the leaden
of the I. R B. regarding the adoption
of an open movement. He failed ia
his endeavors to win the leaders to hii
opinion, with the exception of Matt
Harris. The witness would not mention the names of any of other leaders
of the I. R. B. It was intended to
make the land question a stepping
scone tu independance by treating
landlords as an English garrison.
"There ia a cry in America againBt the
Clan-Na* Gael," continued the witness,
"But it is for political purposes; it wili
be aaid that the members of the Clan*
Na-Gaol aro all extreme nationalists."
Attorney-General Webster then read a
copy of the resolutions demanding the
overthrow of British dominion in Ireland, and the establishment of an. Irish
republic Davitt admitted attending
the meeting in America when the resolutions were adopted.
THE AMERICAN WON.
, London, July 3.—The American
champion bent Blackmore, the English
sculler, by three lengths to-day in the
dinmond scull raco at Henley  regatta.
STILL ANOTHER GERMAN.
London, July 2.—When the announcement was made last night that
tho eldest son of tho Prince of Wales
had been betrothed to the sister of the
Emperor of Germany, it was accompanied by the statement that the queen
would give the prince a marriage settlement aud that parliament would not
be asked to make provision for him;
thii statement wss wn**j«l-»rt.i, ««.
rl.tgni-tud satisfni**-'*-'* Ht lIlL' timo by
nil quartorp, us it was felt that the
queen could well afford to look after
the young prince's house ■ keeping,
but it seems that the taxpayers
joy was just a little premature. In
the commons today, the speaker' read -
messages from the queen, commend*
ing tho house to make provision for
Prince Albert Victor and Ptincess
Viotoria. The reading of tho messages
caused considerable surprise among
tho members. Mr. Henry Smith intimated that the government would
be prepared to consider tho moBsage
next Thursday. Mr, Labouchoro gave
notice that he would oppose all votes
of money if made before tho appointment of a commission of Royal grants
to inquire into this whole matter.
While tho car ferry was ferrying
oars loaded with coal to Morristown,
N. Y.,and when about half a mile
from Brockville water came rushing in
at the stern nnd In less than two minutes the huge vessel disappeared from
sight and sixteen personiwen struggling in the water. Fortunately no
lives were lost as the river was calm
and thero wore many boats in tho vicinity. The cause of the loss is a mystery. THE   DAILY   COLUMBIAN
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done their celebrating for the yean
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now remains for Westminster to
keep up its end by preparing a good
general programme in connection
with tho exhibition season this full.
The exhibition itself, if energetically
and properly mannapjed, can be
mado very attractive, but a good
programme, embracing all the popular athletic sports and contests,
should be prepared. The three days
appointed for the exhibition will
givo sufficient time for carrying out
these sports as n very agreeable sido
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and the general success of the whole
aflair. No timo should now bo lost
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three weeks, it is understood, when
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select any of these. Cardinal Gib
bons is no doubt nn able man, but
his American education would not
enable him to maintain the old traditions of tho Vatican." We do
not dissent from the opinions expressed above by our cotemporary
of the "hub" on tho probability of
an English or American successor
to Leo XIII in the chair of St.
Potor, In fact, our cotemporary'a
reasoning strikes us as eminently
reasonable.
The Victoria Times of a Into date
has the following rather interesting
editorial noto : "A Montreal judgo
has severely reprimanded a lawyer
who appeared in court wearing a
gown over a tweed suit. The lawyer
suid he didn't soo what difference it
made whether his suit wns tweed or
broadcloth so long as ho behaved
himself, und ho doubled whether
any judge had a right to poor undor
his gown to see what kind of clothes
he wore. Next thing, ho said, the
judg03 will want to know what vintage of llannels a lawyer woro, und
when that point was reached he
would kick. The liberty of flannels
was as sacred ns the right of free
speech, and if it was infringed he
would invoke tho Magna Charta.
The judge, however, was inexorable,
and declared that a tweed suit must
not be worn with a gown." This—
which wo take frotn a New York
paper, continues our Victoria cotemporary—reminds us of an incident in
this city somo yenrs ago. Jt was,
we think, Mr. Pooley, tiio burly
speaker aud expectant attorney-general, who came into court without
hi-* wig, ami thoughtlessly attempted
to address the court without the
regulation headgear. Mr. Pooley
is a gentleman ol commanding presence, tall, muscular, shdggy-haired'
with n loot; of determination Hushing from a pair of small, kindly
eyes. He opened his address: "My
Lord"—but he never got any fur
ther, Tho chief justice ignoring the
lawyer's presence because his bead
was not adorned with tbo old-
fashioned wig, in his most dignified
tones and with a fur-away look, said:
"Mr. Olerk, do 1 hear some person
speaking? I seo no ono addressing
the court." And thon Mr. Pooley,
reminded by u brother barrister that
ho had subjected himself to commitment for contempt of court for appearing iu undress uniform, blushed
scarlet, fu't the top of hi3 head with
his hand, und retired precipitately to
tho dressing room. Donning his wig
be again returned to court and tho
wheels of justice rolled on with thoir
wonted .smoothness.
Pope Leo the Thirteenth lias been
showing unmistakable signs of failing hcitlth  lately, and tho question
mi to who sli.ill stop into thu pontifical slums in tlm event of the present vtiui'i'.tblo ncoupttnt being "promoted/1 aa the Salvation Army War
Cry  would   say, is  agitating not
morely a portion of thu ecclesiastical,
but in ii mensuroalso- tho diplomatic
and,  of   course,   the journalistle,
world.    Le Matin, of Paris, in clia-
discussing the prolmbln successor of
the pope, believes that tho choico of
tho sacred college may rest upon an
American or English cardinal.   It
even goes so far as to assert thnt it
knows   that   tlio now popo will bo
English or American.   Tho Boston
«"•*"'J-y admitting up0n this,
sayB ;   "Le Matin, ot Paris, is not,
altogether unwortfty of conlidence,
aud when   it  says in ecclesiastical
circles that the new pope will bo an
American or an Englishman, it may
be taken for granted that it knows
what it is talking about,   However,
it is hard for us to beliove tbat tho
European prelates should havo come
to such a decision  because tho custom has prevailed fof 350 years of
selecting an Italinn for pope.   At
the present time, out of 60 cardinals,
33  are   Italians, so that it may be
thought that tho custom may pro-
. vail. Tho candidates possible among
English and American prelates are
Cardinals Howard, Manning, Newman, Moran, Gibbons, and Tasche-
reau, arohbishop of Quebec.   Nono
of those prelates can bo considered a
itrong candidate.   Tho fint name
has, perhaps, tho greatest influonce
at Borne, having livpd thero for a
number of years, while tho Canadian
cardinal may ho considered to bo
politically speaking tlio bead candidate for the position.   But according to tu tho noxt conolavo will not I
They are hitting Jim Blaino, Ben.
Harrison's secretary of state, some
pretty hurd  knocks, over the way,
about the sort of political bedfellows
he habitually herds with.    It is not
bard   to   believe thai tho "plumed
knight" deserves   all   ho gets.   A
great political scandal, says Amerioa,
is   thrusting its ugly head into the
light, notwithstanding   tho frantic
ollbrts of various interested gentlemen of prominence to mako it lio
down,   Tlio country is beginning to
realize  that the infamous Clan-na-
CJnel has been ouo of tho most powerful influences at tho back of n former candidate for president, who is
the present secretary of state.   The
matter is thus succinctly sot forth
by the Philadelphia Telegraph;  "Jt
would bo impossible outside of politics to discover a leading statesman,
a   most   conspicuously   prominent
citizen of a   great   country in the
same bed with   such   men   as  the
Egans, Fords- Finertys, and Sulli-
vans.   Yet,  apparently, if   Democratic and Republican reports alike
can be relied on, all these men share
the   bed  uf   tho Maino statesman,
onjoy his confidence, are deep in his
counsels, and are, or have been, his
trusted   allies."    After   producing
much proof of this, tho Telegraph
asks:   "Can   anybody imagine any
other single secretary of state, from
the lirst of them to Mr. Bayard, inclusive,   having   such   friends and
allies as tho Egans, Fords, and Sulli
vans? Is it possiblo to think of Jef
ferson, Randolph, Pickering, Marshall,   Madison,   Monroe,   Adams,
Clay, Livingston, Webster, Buchanan, Calhoun, Everett, Marey, Cass,
Black*, Seward, Fiab, Frolingnuysen,
sleeping  in   the same political bed
with    such   a    crew""    America,
which is a thoroughly independent
nnd outspoken journal, adds tho following  comments:   "It   is indeed
strango that this oathbouud association of dynamiters is, so far us has
been discovered, made   up of   tiory
supporters of Mr. Blaine.   How did
he get such followers? Jt is asserted
on good authority that Alexander
Sullivan was to lmve bad u cabinet
position   if   Mr.  Blaine   had been
elected in 1884,    It is lenown that
Put  Eagan bus been rewarded by
Mr, Blaino with au important for
olgn mission, while other Irishmen
of the same stripe are buzzing about
Washington with the prospect before tbem of getting federal offices
by virtue of   Mr. Blaine's indorsement.   Tho wholo scandalous nflair
cannot fail to ufl'ect. Americans with
shame   and   sorrow.     Dynamiters
hand in glovo with  the secretary of
state 1 Jt is most disgraceful."
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Lnnd Surveying In nil Its branches accurately and promptly curried out.
City ami Miilmrbim hands for Sal*-.
We tain show a complclo ll-t of desirable
localities.
Fnrmli.fi; Lnnds, Improved and niilni-
provo i, throuubbhl the disirlcl.
Mining and oilier Stoek bought nnd
sold,
Hiiiit-y to Loan on tlrst mortgage at
low rates.
WOODS, TURXKIl & fiAMBlK,
Office, Eluro'S Blook,   -   Columbi* Street
WANTED.
ONE    THOUSAND    COBD«    CEDAB
Bolts, four to seventeen fool long.—
Apply to
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City Taxes.
*TN ACCORDANCE. WITH A RESOLD*
I lion of the City Council,passed on tbo
Ifflth Inst., all City Tuxes on real estate for
tho current year will be subject lou rebate
Oi25percent. if paid before tbe fllst-luly,
prox. This rebate does not applyto arrears or debenture rates.
I). BOBSON.
CltyClerlE.
City Clerk's Oflice,
•ilth Juno, I88D. JtiMwlW
MICE TO CONTRACTORS
SEALED TENDERS WILL BE RE-
ceived by tbe Trustees of the Royal
Columbian Hospital Company up io noon
of SA'I URDAY, '-!Olli -lulr, for the erection and completion of a Hospital on Lot
4, Bloek 2, Suburbs of New Weatmlnster.
Eucb lender mut-t be accompanied by
an accepted bank cheque for u sum equal
lo live per cent, of i he amount of the tin-
dor, mudo payable to the undersigned, In
the event of a contract being let the
cheque will bo retained as pnrt security
for tlio due perforin unco of lho work.
The cheque will be returned to unsuccessful competitors, but. will be forfeited
by nny bidder who may decline toexe-
cule a contract If culled upou to do bo.
I'lans nnd specifications can he seen
nnd fori: s for tender obtained at tbo odlce
of Clow & Maclure, architects, New Westminstor.
The lowest or any tender not neccsarlly
accepted, W. H, KEARY,
Hon. Secretary.
Royal Columbian Hospital,
New West.,-mil -luue.ism     ilje27td
m
PXOH-BB-s*,
$m -TT" @*8 MM ss
IS9TA11LISHISJ) 18.2.
Jas, Cunningham
COLUMBIA BTREET, WESTMINSTER, B. C.
IMPORTER OF
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANITFAOTURKR OF
WS-TIII8 SHEET-IRON WARE.
CONTRACTS FOR
Iron Cornice Work, Gas-lUtlng,
Plumbing, Booing, &*.
MERCHANT TAILORS,
WISH TO INFORM THE PROrt.Rof
Now WeslmlnHlei- Hint they lmve
re-openod Ibe store lately occupied by
Messrs. Woods, Tumor ,. (lanilde, and
uro now prepured to oxooulo nil orders for
TAILOEIITG
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Canadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
A. DesBRISAY, Cor. Columbia & Blackie Sts
ilnl'ldli!
BUGGIES!     BUGGIES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A UAK-IiOAO OP
Pell, Rice Coil-spring sIcLaughlan
JB* WJ ®3- ms- M MS __m
I DUPLEX, HANDY, I1RADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
%_T The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.1^
•iw-p5,c     n©i<d. dib Oix-r-ri©-.
' Toronto' Mowers
Maxwell Mowers
. | The Little Maxwell
W   Steel Frame Binders.
A tine tint- of Cloth* Juat received,
-joii-.l-.iluK "' ■■-■ tlie LntcHl III--
slf-ns from Kiiropciiii Mnrket-.
MR. J. A. MoDOUQALL will nllond to
tbeeuttlngianil Is n praeticnl raoobanlo
of twelve yours' experience fn lhe United
Blales; nlso two yoars ns foroman for
Messrs. Gregg & Hon, of Vlciorla.
Sal Isfactloil gnuruutccd,
Collmdia Street, Opposite Bank of Moht-ieal
Merch»Htlaiior
UEAUTII-'UL RANGE) OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Btrlpod nnd Glicclc
SSIWsimiOTMIDIS!
for spring and summer.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Columbia St.,   •   New Westminktkh,
Uwrnlisato
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE   BARGAINS
 IN-—
Suits tt Pants
 AT	
BEGGS & MIS
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT,
Wo nro soiling the best of
English, Scotch & French linntls
At pf ldfe'8 nwny down Chonper than
Ever.
Gall ainl examine and wo uro nut lulled
Hint you will buy boforo you leavo the
fltoro.  All work gunranteed.
Also—Agents for a new Invention for
Drcss'outllng that can bo used by a man
or woman nnd glvo a perfect fit,
dmhlyl IS •ol-mua Str«t.
F. C. Strickland A Co.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Flame''. W-, Gai-den Tools,
L»wn Moivcrs, &c &e.
fM_iBB___t__i__sn________B__e_______m_m^
Tiger   Rake.*^"^
Sharp's  Oo.
Maxwell Do.
a UUT ,
Oliiiiibiu Street, New Westminster.
VAN   VOLKENBURGM   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT  PURVEYORS IN ''lir-MCAI..    IKESH AND €OR\EU
MEATS ALWAYS ON IIAN'O.
jBTSpecial lines (|iioted for tlio slllp-llng triiilo.   Pmnlly ortlors striotly attendod
to.   Hotels will find it to their interest to pln.ee tlielr ordors with tho nhovo firm,
,12snoly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICH EN BACH,
(SUCCESSORS TO W. B. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Itncon, Sausage, Bolognas, Etc.
(I only I
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
The Colombian Piunting Estabushment has first-class fnoi:ttie« for
all kinds of Commercial Printing. Bill Heads Letter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms ol evory description, Posters, Dodgers,
Prioe Lists, &c Prices will lm found ns low ns at any other offlco where
(irst-olass work is dona.
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES & RANGES!
Just Beeeived, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
Intending Buyers should make a, note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
GrawiHo & Water Sts,, Van; ver
THIS Sl'ACU BELONGS TO
H. T. READ & CO
HAHDWAltE MBKCHA NTS.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Front St., New Westminstor, B. C.
BOBSItT -C&.-W, - • _V_A_St_t*Ke_t XI.K6.
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STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY
AliltH l l/ll 31AI, & All, KIMIH OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REWIRINC DOUE WITH HCATHESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.—All orders from the upper country promptly attended to.
dwimlinll
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1
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS-
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS Ml kindsof Woolen Goods
HEADY-MADE CLOTHING.
jJST The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmhjotc
Douglas & Deighton.
MAIIllFACIIffillS AIIS IHI'MMS OF
LE
"WHIPS,
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Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, E. C.
SEND IK YOUIl ORDERS,   ALL WOUK OK THE BEST MATERIA!. ANU
WOUKMANSIIII'.   PRICES LOW.
iiciilivly
EOYAL OITY
Planing lis Company, U.
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MANUFAOTURKllS AND DEALERS IN
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
A.ZHTX,  JU-.X. ICXJSraS  03T
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frame**.   Windows,
Mouldtinrs. Balusters,
Blinds. Brackets,
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK,
nolMwlr VOLUME VII.-NO. 2.
DAILY BRIOUSH COLUMBIAN, WW W:»MJfla» fi 0,, JULY 3, Igfifl,
THE  LITTLE  RED  RIBBON.
I sing not of battles nor conquerors laden
With trophies their valor hns won in tho
strife;
My song is tho lovo of a shy Uttle maiden
Who smiled upon me In the morning of life.
t whispered my passion: though  clumsily
Bpolten,
With tear-shinlng lashes   sho hooded my
prayor,
Willi the ring of betrothal  I pload for a
token—
The little rod ribbon sho wore In her hair.
Though now it is faded
i picture It braided,
The way that It shimmered that night on tlie
stair;
And often I kiss it,
And think how I'd miss it—
Tho littlo red ribbon she woro in hor hair,
Tho years havo flown by and her looks have
grown whiter;
I smile when sho speaks of the gray in tho
gold;
I whisper to hor that hor glances nro brighter,
Her dimples moro witching than ovor of old.
Our love-lifa haB witnessed   moro laughing
than weeping;
Wo chase with fond kisses the foot-prints of
care;
But my littlo wife nover dreams I am keeping
The littlo rod ribbon she woro la hor hair.
Though faded and ot-lnklcd
Anil rumpled and wrinkled,
. Tho bonnic, bright looping that glistened so
fulr-
Far down in my pocket
It lies m n looket—
The littlo red ribbon sho woro in hor hair,
—-samuel Ittntuni Peek, in jv. 0. Times-Democrat. i
* CHILDEEN'S TEETH.
Tbey Should Bo Oared for by
Mothers and Nurses.
Comparatively fow mothers appreciate
tho importance of careful and systematic
treatment of their children's tooth, writes
Helen M. North, in Harper*t Young People.
' This is as ofton tlio result of ignorance as of
carelessness. It is a common supposition
that little or no attention need bo given tho
deciduous tooth, sinco thoir usefulness is
limited to bo short a period; and so tlio
mother sees that her child ia woll clothed,
warmed and fed, but neglects tho littlo jewels without which his lifo may somo day bo
very uncoinfortablo, and quito possibly very
miserable. Others who insist on a certain
degree uf cleanliness, considor tho dentist's
cnro unnecessary for tho littlo oneB, though
very important for themselves. And so
n hundreds of children grow to maturity with
K misshapen, unsightly, unhealthy teotb, a
tv constant source of annoyance to thoir
LV friends and of mortification or pain and (lis-
■    caso to themselves,
Yot the reasons for exercising caro commend themselves to overy Bonsiblo mother.
In tlio lirst place, tho deciduous or milk
teeth aro much loss firm and solid in tcxt-
ui-o than those of later growth, aud decay
much more rapidly, Upou their retention
in the mouth a suitablo timo depend tho
beauty nnd regularity of tho second growth.
The general health of the child is not un-
frcqucntly influenced by tho condition of
the mouth, and horo, us clsowhere, early
training/ has a lusting influence ou future
development, nnd uegloct can hardly bo
condemned too severely. Asido from considerations of utility, beauty and health,
when one considers tho amount of pain and
discomfort possible to tbo two-aud-thirty
grinders, tho best means of caring for nnd
preserving them becomes a matter worthy
of every mother's curoful consideration.
Tho diet oftho child's first years rarely
induces auy but a healthy growth of tooth,
but tho best authorities advise that alter
tno ngo of two and a hair a dentist should
be consulted once in six months to discover
whether any chemical disintegration, technically known us airics, has begun. By tbo
third or fourth yenr nt latest, tho twenty
toe'h constituting tho flrst set have made
tliolr appearance. This does not, of courso, lu-
eiuile the abcth-yoor molars, which belong to
tliu permanent and not to tho temporary sot,
ns iy sometimes supposed. Fi-Qm this time
onward until tho healthy formation of tho
second set, while tho littlo ono is too young
to icnlizo tlio importnnco of caro, or later,
when ho is so crowded with tho business of
youth that his toilet is a matter of no moment to himself, tho difficulty is greatest.
At lirst lho mother or nurso should conscientiously attend to this duty. The little
pearly points aro very easily kopt puro aud
■white by tho ubo of tepid water, und occasionally a mild dentifrico or detergent
powder, upplied with a soft brush of badger's hair. Tlio greatest care does not, however, always prevent decay, and at the first
appearance of pit or groove or dark spot,
boforo tho dentine has been injured, the
dentist should bo consulted, and if ho thinks
best, somo ono of tho soft amalgam or tinfoil fillings should bo applied. Killing ft
child' b tooth, unless tho pulp or nerve lias
been reached, is a very simple and painless
process, both on nccount of tho Biniplo preparation necessary and of tho plastic material used. It ia a wiso mothor who thus
early prevents tho progress of decay, and
saves her child tlio cruel impression of tor-
ror whicli is so generally associated with a
visit to tho dentist.
Many ehildron Buffer a great deal bccnuBC
of neglect at this period. Tho littlo teeth
V often become so tender that mastication is
torture. Boofstcak and broad crusts, bo essential to tho health of n growing child, aro
entirely discarded or elso swallowed without chewing, whilo indulgence iu candies or
— any of tho sweet delights of tho childish
\ palate is followed by exquisite pain. Tho
stomach becomes disordered becauso denied
ih; proper nourishment, and nervous aches
in head and face arc of frequent occurrence.
Whatever tho causo, it is a fact to which
all mothers will assent, that tho majority of
children do not willingly tako propor care
of tholr teeth. Brushes aro mislaid or destroyed, nil possiblo excuses offered for the
di lay or entire suspension of this partof tho
luilot, and only lho pcrsovoriug, experienced mother will succeed in starting her
children in tho right way. Horeusc'se*
where in nursery discipline, "Thou shalt"
r.nd "Thou shalt not" invito transgression.
Uut I'liiiihrii nrt- easily influenced when an
appeal ia mado to tholr common-sense. By
lhe use of ft hand-glass show tho littlo boy
er girl each ono ef his whito tooth, and tell
liim how precious thoy are, sinco by no
natural means can thoy be replaced. Ho becomes interested in his incisors, which cut
liko scissfors, tho oyc-teeth just under tho
ryes, and tlio funny wrinklcd-up molars, so
useful for beef und mutton. Toll him of the
larger, stronger teoth that aro coming, warranted to last a lifetime if well cared for, und
which arc now hidden away in tho gums,
growing day by day, and awaiting thoir
timo to drive out tho smaller and woaltor
milk-teeth. Tho littlo ono may bo roused to
feeling an honest prldo in tho caro of his
now possessions, Teach him that it is as
impolite to appear beforo his friends with
unwashed tooth as with soiled hands, face,
or linen. But perhaps tho dosirublo result
is most easily secured, whon a child has
been so early accustomed to a clean, sweot
mouth that ho can novor be comfortable
Without it. The daily habit thus becomes a
Jlxcd custom, no moro to bo neglected or
discontinued than tho putting on of shoos
mul stockings.
Especially should tho mother ba watchful
when the permanent set begins to appear.
There should bo no falling away of tho small
mllk-loeth from decay; but gradually tholr
roots will bo absorbed, until thoro is no
longer a support for tho crown, which thou
loosens and, under favorable conditions,
falls out, or may bo gontly removed with
littlo or no pain, nnd as fair and clean as
when It flrst uppoarcd in tho mouth. Tlio
sivf'iul tooth now appears; mid If a littlo
forethought Iibb boon takon to accuro for it
plonty of room, It Ib comely and healthy.
But if forced to crowd its way arouud tho
first tooth, it becomes misshapen or -protruding, und may seriously affect the shnpo
of tlie mouth. A littlo manipulation properly
jnpplied may correct this fault.
Too great care can not bo takon of thoso
iow arrivals. Thoir outor coating of
mumol is hard, but not compact or durable,
nd does not reach its maximum density for
months, mmiotimes not for joars. They
should be kept clean byeoustimt but not
too vigorous brushing. Fivo times u day Is
not too often—onco aftor oach meal, on
rising, and again on retiring. If any treat*
I
ment must bo omitted, let it not bo tho last.
In sleep, whilo tho tongue and muscles of
tho mouth uro at rest, particles of any sort
which may not havo been deposited iiavo u
much longer timo to exert their pernicious
Influence than during tho waking hour;-.
A thrcud of iloss Bilk waxed should be used
at night between tho teoth to dislodge any
particles beyond tho reach of tho brush.
As tho enamel hardens, It may be carefully
scoured onco in a fow weeks with a littlo
pumico on a soft wooden toothpick or a bit
of liucn, but this mur.t be dono with great
care, or tlio rough Btono will injure the
enamel. The henlthfulnoss and beauty of
tho gums aro promoted by tho uso of soft
and line brushes, and also by taking caro to
brush down on tho upper teeth, and up, or
away from tho gums, on tho lower. For
toothpicks pigeon quills aro preferred to
any other for children's use.
DontifriocB and soap for tho teeth aro
sufficiently numerous, but of very unequal
merit. Soups aro liabio to impart a yellowish hue to tho enamel. Powders containing
ji'lt, and washes advertiaed to bleach the
teeth to a pearly hue, should bo carefully
avoided. Homo teoth of very fine texture
Lire not and nover will bo absolutely white,
but it Is a great mistake to uso tho patent
blenching wushes, which usually contain
■orno measure of acid which injures tho
enamel and shortens tho life of tho tootfi.
llosl dentists prepare healthful and pleasant tooth powders, which any child Is
pleased to use. Charcoal mado into a paste
with honey, and myrrh nnd oris root, cither
aloho or iu combination, form agreeable nnd
useful cleansing powders.
Iu regard to the oxtrnction of teeth and
other dental operations uo Ima dreaded by
adults than by children, wo quoto from Dr.
W.W, Aliport:
"It is highly Important that when children are taken to tho dentist they should bo
trattcd in a mannor not only free from all
deceptions, but so as to givo them tho assurance that whatever may bo dono will bo
for their good. Deceptions are unnecessary.
There is a much better way aud a safer policy. Tell the truth at onco, kindly and faithfully, without exaggeration. Appeal to
their fortitude, their heroism. This method
wiil go farther than the usual subterfugos
of deceptions and sugar plums."
TO REMOVE  WARTS.
Marie Twain Writes tt Letter and Tells
Uow It Is Done.
I find tho following suggestive derelict
wandering about tho ocean of journalism,
writes Mark Twain In the Now York Sun:
"I'd give one thousand dollars," saiil a woll-
to-do New Yorker tho other day, "to liavo tbat
mark removoil," and ho bold out a woll-3hapod
and woll-earcd*for hand, on tho buck of whioh,
botwoon the thumb and flrst finger, was tattooed a big bluo anchor. "Whon I was allttlo
fool ut school, with my hoad full of stories of
advetitHi'iMiiy highest ambition was lo go tosoa.
An old sailor who lived ln the village mttoood
about ii dozon of us on tho sly, and I romombor
lho llos I told iny mothor, as I kept my hand
done up in u rag, preloading I hud cut it, till
the soro honied. Thon she gavo mo such a
thrashing 113 broke up my plan, fortumitoly, to
havo 11 Hu-! red and blue honrtdotio on the baok
of the other. Thodlsllgurcmenl has caused mo
no end of annoyance since, and has costnio considerable money for gloves, whioh I always wenr,
winter and summer, though I detest them in
warm weather, Butn man can't wear gloves
at tho table, and ofton at restaurants I catch
people staring at my hand and I wonder If thoy
think I h-ivo served my term In tho fo'oastio
of somo oj-3 tor scow or lumber schooner."
A tattooed mark is easily removed. May
I drop into personal hlatoryl Whon I was
a small boy I had my share of warts. I
tried In turn tho Sfl3 ways of removing
them, but without results; indeed, I seemed
to get wartier and wartior right along. But
at lust somebody revealed to mo tho 860th
way, and I tried it. Thus: I drovo a ntedlo
down into the basement of tho wart; thon
hold tlio other ond of the needlo in tho
flame of a candlo somo littlo time; tho
needlo becamo rod hot throughout Its
length, and proceeded to cook tho wart.
Presently I drew tho needlo out; If It had
white atoms liko nits sticking about its
point, tlmt wart was dono; if tho point was
clear, I drovo it In again nnd cooked till I
got thoso whito things. They wore tbo
roots of tho wart. Twenty-four hours
lator tlio wart would become soft and flabby, nnd I removed it with n siuglo \vipo of
my baud. Whero it had beon was a smooth
surface now, which quickly healed, and left
no Bear. Wlthlu two days 1 wuswartless,
and havo so remained until this day.
Woll, a long, time afterward, whon I was
sixteen yoars old, a sailor tattooed an
anchor and rope on tho back of my loft
hand with India ink. Tho color was a deep,
dark blue and extravagantly conspicuous. I
was proud of it for awhile, but by tho time
I had worn it nino years I was tired of It
and ashamed of it. I could find nobody who
could tell mo how to get rid of it; but at
last my wart experience of noar half a gen-
oration be fore occurred to mc, and I got my
soveral neudiosandacaadlostraightway. I
drovo llio needles along just undor tho surface of 1 bo skin and tolerably closo together, and mado tliem include the wholo tattoo
mark, then I fired iupon them and cooked
that dovico thorough, Next day I wiped
the dovico off with my hand. Tlio place
quickly healed, and loft no scar. A faint
bluish tinge remained, and I was minded to
begin again and cool that out; hut aa It was
hardly detectable, and not noticeable, it did
not acorn worth tho fuel, and so I loft it
thore, and there it la yet, though I supposo
lam tho only member of my tribe that
knows it.
I was in London a good many years ago,
when the Titchborno cluimanta case wus
being tried, and ab'atch of learned experts
testified that nn India ink tattoo mark could
not bo romovod, hut I waa not asked to
testify, and so thoso people don't know any
better to this day. Lot tho "well-to-do Now
Yorker" fetch me some noodles and a candlo, and namo his bot. I will toko him up.
THE  WESTERN SOLDIER.
Some of His Accomplishments ai ft Critic
Cleverly Described.,
Captain Henry King, of tbo St Louis
Globe-Democrat, contributes to the Century
a papor on "Tho Western Soldier," from
which wo mako this extract: "They assumed a right of criticism towards tholr
reginifiut.nl and company officers that was
almost as freo as that exercised by tho uv-
er-ago voter with regard to political officials,
In Borne instances thoy did injustice, no
doubt; but, generally speaking, their ostl
mutes wore sagacious and propor. Thoy
had no pationca with pretense of any description, aud thoy wero quick to detect it.
Thus, If a Colonel invested his headquarters with unnecessary pomp ond formality,
as a Colonel was occasionally known to do,
thoy would nudgo ono another in passing
and exchange looks and comments that
rarely failed to produco a ohango. On oue
occasion a Lieutenant-Colonel, riding out to
battle, forfeited tho esteem of Iub regiment
by holding a picture of his wifo In his hand
and gazing fixedly upon it; but ho afterwards restored himself to favor by a daring
act that coBt him two ugly wounds. Another officer oftho samo rank, on a toilsome
inarch, gained rt cheer by alighting from hie
horBO and glvlughla place in tho saddle to
a limping soldier; but when tho Major ai
hia sido did the samo thing thore was no response, Tho flrat had performed n kind-
nosa without prompting, whilo the Becond
was a moro imitator. It was by such distinctions that officers wero notified 0)
tho sharp watoh that was being kopt upon
thom, and admonished that they woro mortal as woll as thoso who woro no shoulder*
straps. Now and then the instruction took
n moro amuBing turn, ns whon a CapUiiu,
noted for his conceit, undertook to lecture
his company upon-thonoceBBlty of increased
respect for officers, and was checked by &
droll follow whosald, with a grin and an
extravagant saluto: 'Cap, I used to know
you whon you mado hornOBS.'"      ■
How Gail Hamilton Writes.
Gall Hamilton, whoso real namo Is Miss
Mary A. Dodgo, prepares her manuscript
for the press on odd scraps of papor with »
stub pen, Ono of hor recent nrtlclos,which
I Bnw boforo it wont to tho printer, was entirely written on tho insldo blank pages of
old envelopes which she had cut open and
saved. Frionds who send hor lotters of
wliich ono Bheot Is left olenn furnish her
with a largo amount of her writing material. Miss Dodgo's handwriting is a bold,
round, maBculIno typo, and no ono would
lUipflCt ttlftt It was produced by & woman.
It Makes
You Hungry
"I have used Palne's OBery compound and tt
bas had a aalutarj
effect. Itlnvigorat-
cd the system and!
feel like a new
man. It improve*
the appetite and
facilitates digestion." J. T. COPE-
lasd, Primus, S. C,
Spring medicine means more now-a-daysthad it
did ten yeara ago. Tho winterer lBSs-su haslefl
the nerves all fagged out. The nerves muBt be
strengthened, tho blood purlhed, liver and
bowels regulated. Palne's Celery Compound-
the Spring medicine ofto-day-do_.il all this,
as nothing else can.- Prescribed by Phytidant,
Recommended by Druggists, Endorsed by Ministers,
Guaranteed by the Manufacturer! to be
The Best
Spring Medicine.
"In tbo spring of 1BSTI was all run down. 1
would get up in tho morning with so tired a
feeling, and was so weak that I could hardly get
around. IboughtabottloofPalne-sCeleryCom.
pound, andbefdro I bad taken It a week 1 felt
very mueh better. I con cbecfully recommend
It to all who need a building up and strengthen.
Ing medicine." Mrs. B. A. l)ow, Burlington. Vt,
Paine's
Celery Compound
(a a unique tonic and appetizer. Pleasant to
Lhe taste, quick ln Its action, and without any
injurious effect, it gives that rugged health
which makes everything taste good. It cure*-
lyapepsta and Undred disorders. Physicians
(-rescrlbe IU $1.00, Six tor *B.f». Drugglsta
WBUARtCILUtDIOHftCO.,    •   MOHTBIJ.Ii.
OMMOHD DYES SBrBnSS
UCTATED F00D%X%%2%A
liTOTXOEL
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THE
city Mr. Newton A. White will liavo
charge nt 111*- business, uud hns uutliorlty
torttlU'c't nml illschnrgo nil nccounts 111
connect lon therewith; etc.
a. h. weed.
Vnw Westminster, Juno G, 1681).    (Ileum*
[Removed from Saanich to Viotoria!
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
-ImliSOmO VIOTORIA, B. 0.
THE WESTMINSTER
Poultry Yards
JOHN S. COX, Prop.
J.lght llralunas,
Partridge Couhhlni,
Plymouth Hocks,
White face Bl'k S|iiml-.h
White Created, Rlm-It   nml Golden
Po lands.
11 nil*!**.-.*.-*-      SUver-ptncllletl    Unin-
bur (!■.
Black, Ilt-d aud Pitt Games.
Toulouse Geese.      l'mim Ducks.
My Yards aro open for Inspection.
dwrabStc
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 1833.
M. B. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment to Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, the Dominion Government, Ac.
Medal and Diploma awarded at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition, London, 18S0.
FACTORY—Nlayiira St., James Bny.
OFFICE8-57Fort 81., Victoria, 11. C.
 dapSmfl	
Port Kells
This Fine Townsite, at the Fresh-Water
Junction of the
13 nillrn Above Wcst-iil'iMcr,
Hns just boen Surveyed, nud the Lots
nro for Bale by -
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
■ -AND	
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Of New Westminster, B. C.
W. C. LOYE,
tot ail Shoe Men
Specialty.
wrordors promptly attended to.
Clarksou St., Inreurof Colonial Hotel, nex tto Rand Bros.'office, dnellc
S-ASHXOKrA*BI.Xl
DRESSMAKING
At HISS JENNINGS',
(LATE OF ENGLAND).
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
■wsatisfaotlon guaranteed.    dwfc7tc
Dress-Making I
Misses McDODGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
t_T SutlBfiictlon guarantee,!.       iiapl.U-j
VB.LDa5h00.-JuB!
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Tho advantages and prospects of this
Plot for a future thriving Town ure
many,
Tho Land in tlie vicinity is good.
Thoro nro Inexhaustible IRON ORE
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, immediately adjacent., nn well as vast strata of
tlie finest BUILDING SAND nnd POT-
TKUYCLAY.   '
On the Tnwiifiito nre n number of valuable MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication by land and wator is
unequalled, by reason of tlie location of
the Townsite ou the Fraser Itiver and
the Southern Railway, while the natural
elevation nnd Iny of tho land can not be
excelled an u situation for a fino town.
Tho ground is open and clour of heavy
timber.
The Bito haii been selected us ono of
tho most important stnjtto b on the
Southern Railway, and with the completion of tho road, in the near future,
must, with all its other advantages,
spi-in-* into prominence nt once,
Thoso who npply eaviy will havo the
pick ot the Lots.
A clear title given wltb ovory purchase.
Parties wishing Lots can apply as well,
on the premises, to
HENRY KELL8,
dm-rOto P-wra-noR.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
dje21to
ervice Bull.
THE THOROUOH-BRED 8T0KE-P0QIS
JERSEY BULL,
'"Governor Moody"
WllUtnnd for sorvico Mils season at Pel-
bam Dairy, New Westminster, whero tho
bciiullfiil i-etof thts**-(i]iei'liittiha»lciui be
seen and Inspected,
A few calves for sale.  Terms reasonable.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
Rat.pii Booth, Proprietor.
Manngcr. dmyi'te
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANUPACTUnEUS   OV
TIN, C0PPER& SHEET-IRON
•WABU.
webster's blot-k (up-staiks),
Front Street,       New Westminster.
HAVING JUST OPENED IN THE
above line, wo respectfully solicit a
share of the trade, ami trust by careful
nl ten lion lo orders and nioiiernto i-bnrges
to merit t! n same. Experienced workmen; HiHls'in-llon guaranteed.
EHllniulnsAii'iilslied for G» I van I zed Iron
Cornice, Roofing; Plumbing, Gna-fltllng,
Hteum and Hot Wator Healing, Ac.
no* Entrance lo premises on Mary St.,
ln rear of Bank of B. C, d wm h'jlo
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
[CIGAR, ASK FOR THIS
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
faTThey aro not only mado of tlio
(llioircst TObaCCil but tlioy nro of
Home ilIltlll-OH-tlllT. and should bo
patronized by all good citizens.
WM. TIET1EN, Manufacturer,
HIlLllItOOlv I1IJII.I)!N0,
COLUMBIA STIIEET, HEW WESTMINSTER.
(IwlTniily
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRYGOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE  UOWEST  PRICES.
LUNDBOHM'S BLOOK,
Columbia Hired,       Kew ITeslmlnstcr.
noldivly	
Notice to Contractors.
SEM-ED TENDERS WILI* BE RE-
oolved by tho Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works tip lo noon of
W'-diiGHduy, loth Juiv, for additions and
alterations io the Provincial Insane Asy*
lnm, nl. Now Wostmhisler.
Each tender mum bo accompanied by
an Hccepicd hunk oliequoforaBtim equal
to live pm-will, of.lbe iimounj or Mir ion*
d»?r. madi- payablo to (he lipn.'pnlol Commissioner of Lands nnd Works, Inthe
event of n cont rnd lid tin lot the nliotjlie
will be rctnlned ns ifirt Mecurlly for ihe
(liie|.i-i(oriiianeeof (lie wurk. Tli(*eliei|Ue
will he relumed to iiiisiii'i'i'^fill eotiipe-
tlforS, bllt Will bo forfeited by any bidder
who may doollno to exooutoa contrnotlt
culled upon to do so.
Plans and Hpeolllculhnisenti heseeiuui'l
forma for tender obtained at the offieeof
Geo. W. Grunt, Esq., Arehilei I, NOW Westminster, or nl. the offleo of the under*
sinned,
The lowest or any tendernot nooessnrlly
accepted.
W. ft. GOItE,
Hii rveyor-Gon oral.
Lands nnd Work-* Depurlinent,
Victoria, UC.imi,.I nnc, 18SH.
■MJcdllw
North British Mercantile
FIEE
URANG
COMPANY.
ESTABLISH EQ 1809.
Capital,   •   $l,r-,000,Q00.00
Subscribed CapHaM, as at 31st I)re„ 1888,
8IS^OO,*00, Klre l'-iitul end Uesorve, 311,-
219,720.   Net Premiums, ISSS, $5,011!,")-.
OF LONDON.
Capital,    ■    •?!',7"i.l,oo(».oo
RATES  AS    LOW   AR   ANY  OTHER
COMPANIES DOING  BUSINESS
IN II1UTIH1LCOLUMBIA.
T. Q-„ T.A.QTTES
Agent for Now Wostminstor City
and District.
Kindergarten School.
MIS3 UKUMMONI) WILL OPEN THE
abovo for ehildron from a years of
age, Juno l0th,lS89.
TEnsis-iy per monlli.
Carnarvon Street, directly opposite the
Presbyterian   Church,   New Wostmln-
Btor-B, O, djeSml
VANCOUVER CITV
Foundry s Machine Works
rE PROPRIETORS OF THESE
works hnve much pleasure In notifying their friends and tho publio that tbey
are now prepared to receive und promptly
execute any orders for work In their line
with which they mny be favored,
A.ltlcKELVlE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, B.C., 8th May, 1888.
dwmyiato
IT 13 AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
CARTER'S
Temple of Music!
Is tlie Place to Buy first-Class
PIANOS and ORGANS
At such Prices and Ternmas will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For pricea and terms, npply to CARTER'S TEMPLE OP MUSIC,
Vancouver, B. ۥ
230 Haatlngs ftt. West. daplOto
SMII_IILLS!
BRACKMAN &, KER,
MANUPACTUHEnB  OK
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
W ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILLS at Norlb Sannlcli.
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE: Victoria.
dmli20m6 ,
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll a duly cerlllk-d plan, profllo and
Book of reference of lhe Mission Branch
of this Railway were deposited in tho
Land Registry Oflice of the District at
New Westminster on the 17th day of Juno,
1881). H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent
Vancouver, B, C, 27th June, 1889. dje2flm
isroTia-E.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll I Intend making np Mention to the
Honourable the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to leaso
tlie following described tract of land:
Commencing nt n stake situated south
of a lake lying east of Deep Buy, Desolation Sound; running theuce :I0 chnlns
south, tbence GO chulns cast, thence 30
chains north, thenco 20 chains east, thenco
40 chains north, thence ill) chains west,
thence 10 chains north, thence 10 oliaiiis
west, thenco 50 chains soutli, thence -10
chains west, thenee to pointof commencement. HENRY V. EDMONDS.
29th June, 18811. djeSDml
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
W. R. AUSTIN'S
330.333 CORDOVA STBEET,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers and Dealers In
MACHINERY
OV ALL DESOBITIONS.
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
dwdeSQJo
Canadian Pacific Bailway,
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
0
CAUTION.
WNERS AND MASTERS OF VES-
V./ sclsnnd other Craft, navi-ratlnc the
Fraser River arc cautioned to keep within
lho nnovs painted lied and white, respectively, nt tho Mission Bridge, as during (ho construction of tbo Bridge, niivl-
gntlon between tho banks of the River
nml lho Buoysisdangerous.owinglopiles
being driven thore.
,H. AHB'iTT.
General Su perm louden I.
Vancouver, ft C, 7th May, 1880.  dmjflto
•WOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
80 days afterdate we intend makimr
apiillcullou lo ihe Chief Conimlssinnerof
Lands and Works for a leaso for limbering purposes of the following described
lands, situated in Snywnrd Dlslrlct, Vancouver Island:
Commencing at a slake placed nil tho
wesl shore of n small lake duo south of
Lot 5i, Miiywiml Disirlcl, almiit one mile
from soulIm'IhI of suid Inke; ttiencc wi'st
820 chains, thenoe Bouth" JOO chains, thence
east AW) chains, thonco north T.'tO chnlns,
thence wost 820 chains, theneo south 210
chains, thonco east UU chains, more or
less, lo the above-mentioned lake, thence
meandering along shore of said lake to
place of commencement,—containing about 1*0,000 acres, more or loss.
Royal Citv 1'i.anino mills Co. Ld.
John HRNimv, Manager.
New Weatmlnster, Juno lo, i88i).
 dlijoitn
- T ■***£ *FJ -
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWA8T-90A8B, PBOPB1ET0BS
J. J. WILSON, - MAHACER.
Rates, $1.00 and $l.50per Day,
ACCORDINO TO BOOM.
SPECIAL RATES HY THE WEEK OR MONTH.
te- Purlieu supplied Willi nil kinds of
ICE-CHKAM. dmjlluB
Dominion Lands.
TK' YOU ABE PAYING POR YOUR
I   p-e-cmpllon or for renl of Minim:nr
liiii7.ini: I.iimi. or l-uyim.' Kami, Mining
or any lnnd from tin- Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
_ __    and save a
biiKo'dlscount.
Scrip can tm obtained in Inrgcnrsmall
r-imiitllfosfrom
ALLOWAY & CHAMPION
BA-f-Ticni-Ra,
WINNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
OH  FROM
THK HAVK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NRW WESTMINSTER
dwmbfltc
KST'BMSIIKll 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
-iiwrl) iipiimltf. the Colonial Hotel,
NKW WESTMINSTER.
rpHE   UROEST  AND   CHOICEST
I     assortment of all description, of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly (in hand, and supplied to Fam.
lies, Rcstailnuts, anil Steamboat, atthe
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
FARM PRODUCE.
M-wootl, Fir-wood, Bark,
LEAVE ORDERS  AND   BETTU3 ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dinyailo	
J. W. WINGER
DEALER IN
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
Dono on Short Notice and nt Reasonable Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Slock,
Orders left at the 0. P. N. Wharf will be
promptly delivered, dnih2Dtc.
WM.H. VIANEN,
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
*-y Highest Price paid for Furs and
Deer Hides,
Corrospondcnco Invited, t*-3.Tclc')houe
Call No. 0. djuste
DOUGLAS STREKT
BAKERY
Foot op Douglas Street, Ni!An
Colombia Street.
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
IjIRKSH   BREAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
1   Confectionery- etc., etc.
Hold and n*»B{p*ii*auttraae Roilclieffl
All orders   promptlv attended to and
delivered to any purl of tho city.   dmh28y
B.C.MonuDnlalWork8
Con. Columeia ahd Church Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or Granite of i.est Quality.
CORNER     POSTS    AND    CURBING.
N. B.—Just received—tlie finest assortment of Sfuti-ii '.ranll-' lliiimiiin'nl-icvi'r
hooii n llrii-sb Columbia, which will be
sold at prices putting competition out of
ibequosilon.
dwrnhSiyl ALEX. HAMILTON'PROP.
TIME    CARD.
O-   3P.   3J.T.   OO.
The Flue First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Leave the 0. P. N. Co.'s Wlinrf,
B-rrtozB-ar
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. M„
FOR CHIUIWHAOK AHD WAY PORTS.
Returning Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufficient Inducement oil',-™ she
will proceed to HOPE and on sllflll
occasions will leave her wharf
atla, in.
Ji'HN IRVING, Manager.
T. L. BRIGGS, Agent,
Now westminstor.        dapfflo
Time Table!
-f-"-.^ ™E STEAMER
^KIOBERT DUNSMUIR
I EAVES WESTMINSTER.,every Mon-
j duy moriilni* at 7 o'clock for Nana!-
mo, vln Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
Leaves Wc-.tmln-.tei' every Wednesday
Ta. m, for Niiniiimo direct, onnoctlng
wlih Island railway aud Como.** sienmcr.
Lenves Nannlmo for Vanoouvor on
Tliiii'sda.vsiitid Fridays and returns samo
days.
Loaves Nannlmo on Saturday at 7 a. m.
for Westminster direct.
For freluht or passu*-* aprdy on board,
or to T. L. Bursas, C. P. N. wl art,    dte
VIOTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOR SALE!
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, Ac.
Rice Heal,
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
POR OATTLE FEED.
dniMWiiO
LADIES' SOOTS & 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 Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
US"?" REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this, season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
*wtc         si  Col-a.-oa.Tola Street.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDIIOM'S BUILDINO, FEONT STREET)
6ENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stook of
Dry Ooods, Groceries,   Boots & Shoes. Hats & Caps,
Crockery, -Glassware, Ac.
V-BW'S     ds     BOYS       SUITS.
Great Variety of Household Article-*.   Alao,
GRAIN,  SEEDS,  POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
Ji. B.—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission.  »a.Ordcrs
from tbe Interior promptly attended to, dwJcStc
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAND & INVESTMENT A&ENCY. Ld.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY   S.   MASON,
CUYLER A.   HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, • IS Serjeants Inn Fleet Si. -LONDON, ENG.
The Business of ALLSOP k MASON haa been merged In tho above Company
and will be carried ou by the Company from this date as a general Land Iavestment
and Insurance Agemy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates. Town Lots and Farming
Lands for Salo on easy terms.
Victoria a C, May 16th, 18S7. dwjcTto
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"C-.rtri»is»weU.rf.pt«ltocM<l-*>nth»»l OHtwte tent Collo. &B-llp»tl-n,
treeommendItMsuperiorto.nyprescri-rtlon I Sou*Btomuh, DlurtUH*. Eructation,
tanratome.''     tLA. Atsma,,LT),       ItBttromt, frti tot* mi vtmttm it.
WfeOtfc-rf.-t.-iiwkl-T'.-'.Y.   IwiStajurlMiin
Tn* Onr-ATO Company, 77 Murray Stroot, N. T.
TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE PE
ceived by tho Honourable Chief Com*
mlsaioner or Lands mid Works, up lo
noon of Wednesday, inth July next, from
persona experienced In well arllliii*rwbo
may be desirous of undprttihlnccoiiinict-*
from the Government forKliiUliiKoneor
moro experimental Artesian Wells in
Yule District, B. 0., wlih a view lo determining llielr value for purposes of Irrigation.
Proposals must stnte clearly all conditions nnd te.-ms, state Ihe kind of apparatus proposed lo be used, nnd give ihe
name of two "responsible rcsidonisof ibe
Province who arc willing to enter Into n
bond lo secure lhe faithful enrry lug out of
anv contract which may bo cnterou Into.
Such Information ns may.be itt possession of til? Lands and Worka Department
will be furnished ou application to parties
proposing to contract.
W. 8. GORE,
Rurvyor-Gencrnl.
Lnnds A Works Department.,
Victoria, U. 0., loth June, 1889,  djelitd
HACK, LIVERY, STACE,
Feed | Sale Stables
DOUBLE AND SIN6LE RIGS
At Special Low Rates.
firajin-r and Jill M of Teaming
Done at Shortest Notice,
Dry Cordtvood delivered to any part of
tbe City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
BWHtnbles nearly opposite C. P. It. Depot, Columbia St., NewWestminster.
djaliui      QILLEY BROS. Props*
Feed, Livery s Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
*P*EO*r?ini*E'TO*B.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
for Hire, Hacks cnll at all Steamers
and Trains. Special nttentlon given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may bo left at the Office of Mathers A Milllgan,Commission Merchants,
Front Street, wew W«t. dsolUW
3--T01-XCE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 havo applied lo the Honourable
Minister of I be lnteriorforal^hso to cut
timber on the following describe Domin.
lou lands In New Westminster Dlslrlct,
British Columbia, according to the Provincial Government survey:
South-east '*: Section 23, south-east li
Section 25, north half and sonlli-west jj
Section 24, ln TownsblpVO, and Sections
!0 and 10, In Township W.
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
New West,, 7th March, 1889. dJe5oil
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
AWMILL OWNERS, LOGGERS, and
i   others aro notified that   our steel
'l ug-bont, ,
"TBPIO,"
Will be reiuly for work about the 14th Inst,,
and we are prepared lo enter Into contracts ior all kinds of towing, lightering, i£c.
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVAN8,
dmy8to Vancouver, B. C.
Tenders for Loan.
T
lENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED UP
_ MONDAY, IAIh«!r*.V or-lull-, tHM.i.t.
■i o'clock p. tn., for lending to the Corporation ot tlie Municipality of Chilliwhack:
tbo sum of ea.OOO.OO, secured on debentures
under tho Municipality Loan By-lawof
,m. These debenture!* nre for $200,00 each,
nnd cam* seven per cent, per annum Interest. Tenders may bo for any portion of
the loan.
The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Tenders io be addressed to thn Clerk of
the Municipal Council of Chilliwhaok.
Dated this 27th dayof June. A. D. 1880.
S, CAWLEY,
dwjo28Ul Reeve.
To k Francisco, Cal,,
BY WAY OP THE
Southern Pacific Company's
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QUIOKERIN TIME THAN ANY OTHEB
UOUTB BETWEEN
InTilnte I hi Francisco,
GRAND SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING OARS
For Accommodation of Second-Class Pas*
songcni, attached to Expreu Trains,
Faro from Portland to Sacramento and
San Francisco-Unlimited, 125; First-
class (Limited), $20; Second-clues (Ll- ■
mitedijIlS,
THROUGH TICKETS to all points South
and East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES:
Citv Oftick, Ko. 184 Cor. Flint A Aider
streets)
I'l'i'CT Omen, Cor. F A Front StreeU;
Portland, Oregon.
It. KOEHLER,       E. P. ROGERS, ,.
M imager.        A-MfcGi F. A Mtrf DAIl? WWW- flQWMSUN, KflW Wmtmm, 3, Q„ JOTy 9) 1880,
YG-UWi. VU.-NO. 8.
§mlg fritish (Mtttnbian
Wednesday Evealmi. July a. ism.
ADVEttTISIHO IIATEI FOI THE DAILY.
Traiinlenl Advertlsemeals,—First luser-
tiou, 10cts. per line solid nonpareil; euch
Niit-Hei-ueut. coiiKccn tlveinsertl tm, :i cts. per
Hue. Advertisements not Inserted every
day—flrst Insertion, 10 els, per line; subsequent Insertions, 5 cts. per line.
Mui'-llitfE Advi-rllscmeni-i.—Professional or Business Cards—$3 per montb. Special rates for general trade advertising,
Hi'conling to space occupied and duration
of eon tract,
Aur'tun Sales, when displayed, charged
25 per cent, less than transient ndvts. If
solid, charged ut regular transient rates.
MiM'-lnl iKollt-or. among reading matter,
ai cts. per line euch Insertion. Specials
Inserted by the month at reduced rates.
Births, Marriages nud Deaths, 81 for each
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are to appear lu the Daily Edition, or the
Weekly, or both, A llbi-ml reduction Is
mado when Inserted in both. Ko advertisement inserit'il for less than £1,
The Surrey council purposo building
two bridges across the JSiconieltl river,
ono ou tho lino of the Kensington
Prairio and Huntley roads, and tho
othor on tho Clover Valley road.
Tenders for the work will bo in at
noxt meeting uf tho Surrey council,
and tho bridges, which will cost about
four or five hundred dollars each, are
to bo completed this fall. A large
amount of municipal road work has
been dono in tho several wards this
senson already, and thoro is a consider*
able amount to he dono yet.
Shortly boforo noon to-day Mr. 0.
It. Ackoi'imm's residence, in this city,
was tho sceno of a pleasant wedding
ceremony. Tho occaaion wus tho marriago of Mr. Wm. Blair, school
(eachor of Uppor Sumas, and Miss
liertio Rhoades, niece of Mrs. 0. B.
Ackerman. The brido has many
frionds iu lliis cily, and Mt. Blair
bears a lii»h reputation. A largo number uf presents, useful nnd ornamental
were recoived. The uoivly wedded
pair left by the ono o'clock train for
Vaiicouror, en route to Victorin, whero
lliey «ill spoud tliu honeymoon, Thb
CqU'MJHAM returns thanks for wedding
favors, and extends congratulations.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Surgeon Dentist A. .1. Holmes
Commission Agent F. C. McCartney
Aerated Water V. C.  McCartney
Fire Insurance Co W, J. Armstrong
To Contractors Clow & Maclure
MAltKll'-p.
BLAIR-RHOADES.-Thls morning, July
ilrd, at tho residence of Mr, 0. H. Ackerman, hy Rev. ,T. H. While, Miss Albertn
lthoades, of this cily, to Wm. Blair, of
Uppor Sumas.
Sent He Visiter*.
County oourt sat to-day.
Strawberrios and Cream, Ice-cream,
etc., at the "Club." *
Tho city council meets this evening
for the transaction of businoss.
All tho fashionable iced beverages, at
the "Hub," next tho "Queen's."   *
Russell's Restaurant, opposite the
Amoricnn Hotel, opon day and
night. aUn.3*
It is estimated that fully 150 Delta
people attended the Vancouvor celebration.
Tho str. Gladys left for Chilliwack
this morning with 20 tons of freight
and 25 passengers.
To Building Society members six
weeks iu arrears: What's the matter
with tho fino notice? *
Thostr. Dunsmuir left for Nanaimo
this morning with a full lond of merchandise und 15 passengers.
F. C. McCartney advertises Harrison springs aerated water, to bo delivered in this city twice a week.
Tbe fine steol bciler, made in Toronto for the Royal City Mills tug Active,
arrived to-day nnd will be put in place
this week.
Seo our chonp lino of Ladies' 4 buttoned Kid Glovea, black and colored—
only 50 cts, per pair, tor cash—at Jas.
Ellard & Co's. <'tc
Parties wishing photographs will
avoid tho annoyance of waiting by
making appointments befure hand.—
S. J. Thompson. *
A new crossing was laid uu Columbia
Btreet to-day opposite tho Holbrook
block. Several other orominga would
stand a little attention.
A. J. Holmes, D.D.S., surgeon dentist, has entered into business relatiuns
with Dr. 0. E. C. Brown, and hns his
card in another column.
A largo number uf liahiiig boats
went down to the mouth of tho river
tliis morning to await thu commencement of the suckeye run.
Tho attention of the ladies is called
to tho new invention for dross cuUitip",
n auli' instructor, of which Messrs,
Bi-gg* ti* Heard uro tho agenta.
The air. Rainbow arrived from Vancouver at 8 o'clock this morning nnd
left for Victoria an hour later with 15
tona of freight nnd 10 passengers.
Mr. F. C.' McCnrtuoy has opened a
general commission oflice nud employment bureau, and will give careful at-
teiiliun to any hai*iiicas entrusted to
him.
Tho Westminster bnse ball club is
badly disorganized aud tho outlook for
the remainder of the season is blue.
Surely the club can bo got together
again.
Tlio train from Vancouver last night
wns made up of 8 ooaohoi., and still
macy ['orsons were obliged to stand up
during the whole journey to Westminster.
M**3Bi\*. Ogle, Campbell »fc Freeman
have been uwurded the contract for
supplying tliu Royal Columbian hospital with blankets, dry goods etc., for
tlm ensuing year.
The Chinaman who stabbod Calvin
McKenzie in tho hand with a chisel,
at the woolen mill*, made his escape
before the police had a chanco to arrest
him, and, tlio rascal is still nt large.
Ho is probably in hiding in ono of Lhe
Chinese rood-cutters' camps,
Cornwall railroadsurvoyorshavebeen
sont from Sohome to thu Nooksack to
permanently locate the Belliiighnm
Buy & British Columbln lino northward toward tlio Canadian Paei/ic.
Cornwall is nlou equipping a party to
explore thn Cascade mountains for a
pass eastward.—Post-Intelligencer.
A mnn named Price went into tho
Merchants restaurant Inst night and
ordered a choico moid for which, aftor
eating, bo declined to pay. Mr. Mortimer left the house tu take uut n summons against him, but whon ho returned the pri-w uf lho meal had flown.
Tho police are looking for tho  mnn.
Wu have received a copy of Germania,
a journal for tho study of tho German
lamfu-tge nnd litorature, from the
editor nnd publisher, A. W, Spun*
hoofd, Manchester, N. H, P. 0. box
00. Thu subscription prico of the
periodical ia $3.00 per annum, and tho
publication should bo very useful ton
student uf Iho German language.
The World snys; Another pleasing
feature of the day was the evident
feeling of cordiality existing between
Col. Prior and his oflicersand tlio men
under thoir command. The gallant
Oolonel, in addressing his mon, ssid
the present was the tint occasion in
which ho had an opportunity to parade
with tho Wostminstor battery. This
was the first timo they hnd dono so,
nnd he was pleased to bo ablo to say
that tbe Royal City battory mado a
most creditable turn-out. Ho hoped,
he said, that another occasion would
soon occur when they could meet
again. He then called for threo cheers
for th»-WestmhistBr-*batt*)Ty'.''-Thelo
woro'givofl' in hearty stylo, and followed by three for thu Colonel. Tlio brigade was thou dismissed.
Tho Seattle huso reel team, which
has beon nttending tliu Vnncouvor
oolebration, arrived in tbo city this
morning and will remain until to morrow- when thoy leavo for home; The
Hyack firo company met tho visitors at
the depot and escorted thom to the
Queen's hotel whero an excellent lunch
had been prepared for thoir reception.
This afternoon tho SeuttleHos wero
shown thu sights round town, nnd
treated na hospitably as tlio Hyacks
could manage on such short notice.
It hns been arranged that a
picked team from tha two companies will givo an exhibition raco this
ovening nt 7 o'clock. This will bo a
must interesting performance and
should attract a large'audience.
Tito Surrey Ityklug Hellenic.
The surveys are now iu progross for
what ia known as tho "Surrey inside
dyking scheme," Mr. William Tlriba*
doau, C. E., in charge. He expects to
have the surveys, plans, otc, completed iu about two weeks Thia
scheme, which will actually reclaim
nearly ten thousand acres uf tbu moat
valuable land known, and reault in
considerable improvement to threo or
four roads in tho vicinity, is boing
undertaken by tho Surrey council,
under the provisions of tho new municipalities act, passed atthe last session
of tho legislature. The intention is to
raise about §10,000 on n twenty years'
loan, forthe prosecution of tho work,
which it is expected will bo completed
tliis fall. These signs of push aud
enterprise among tho rural municipalities of the district nro very gratifying.
 -»-*>s> -**--	
Delia Dyking nud Drain In a Co,
The above recently organized oompany, of which Mr. J, 0. Calhoun, ut
Delta, tan prominent membor, havo
ivf-ialuivd under tho "Company's Act"
at Ottawa. Their schemo is to reclaim
tho w holo of the furosbore or tidal
flats on Boundary nnd Mud Bays,
from the boundary line at Point Roberts to Backie'a Spit, Mud Bay, taking
in, approximately, a strip of between
seven and eight miles in length, and
from one and a half to, two miles in
width, and comprising between eight
and ten tliouaaiid acres, to bo nbso*
liiicly recovered frum tlio sea, tho land
being of lho richest, The dyko, or
more properly sen wall, will havo a
width ou tup of nbutit sixteen foet, bailiff proportionately larger at tho base,
thus funning a first-class mad. All
section lines running nutith from the
road going to Ladner's I-nnding, and
interceding tho main dyke, will alao
be public roads or highways, being
produced tu tbe sua wall at tbo samo
height and width, and tho large parallel ditches uu tho section lines will
servo materially to drain tho reclaimed
land. Tliu benefits uf thu scheme do
nut stop with thu lands reclaimed, but
the ndjacent lands and roads aro greatly advantaged thereby, nnd all that tho
promoters of tho enterprise require a*
remuneration, from the Dominion
government, for thu work undertaken,
i&jx grant of tho hinds to be recovered
The preliminary surveys havo already
been niadu by Mr. A. ,1. Hill, who ia
tho engineer in charge, mid tbe work
will bo energetically pushed.
Whatcom will Help.
The Whatcom Bulletin auya : The
outlook in the direction nf the construction of the Bellingham Bay Railway to connect with tho New Westminster and Southern road brightens.
A number of British Columbia's most
influential and wealthiest men are interesting themselves in tho matter and
will do all in their power to carry for-
wnrd tho work, while, it is understood,
several uf tho wealthiest men uf this
city will invest heavily in tho undertaking on certain conditions which can
bo arranged with littlo difficulty. It is
earnestly hoped that no further obstacles will ariso to defer the construction
of the railway.
Tbe Vancouver fclchratlun.
The Dominion Day celebration at
Vancouver wbb brought ton successful
closo last evening, thu illumination «f
thu city, the torch-light procession on
the harbor nnd tho fireworks display
boing tho closing oventc. Thu wholo
cily turned out to witness the sights,
and must enjoyable and fascinating
they were in evory way. Mnny buildings woro most handsomely decorated
nnd illuminated, but gaps hero and
there detracted considerably from tho
general cumplotciieBs of the effect. On
tho water it was different, foi horo all
wns aa enchanting ns a magic scene.
The old coal hulk, tho Robert Kerr,
wns fairly covered with Chineso lanterns, nnd presented a pretty picture
when tho shades of evening had somewhat dimmed its rough outlines. As
the dusk deepened tho small bunts,
decorated with Chinese lanterns, crept
cut from the shore, and covered the
waters of tho harbor with dancing
lights, numbering all the colors
of the rainbow. At 0:15 aeveral long
shrill whistles frum the towing steamer
were heard, and presently tho small
craft woro to be seen heading for tho
rendezvous. At 9:30 a gun wns fired,
nud its echo hud ecarcely died away
when it was answered by three guns
from Mission village across the Inlet.
Then tho procession from both shores
commenced. Following tho gun signals tho firo works from the Robert
Kerr wore sent up, nnd with bands
playing, the men on the fleet singing
and ihe people ou shorn cheering, tho
whole was indeed grand and inspiriting. When tho two processions met
in tho centre of thu Inlet the post of
honor wna given to tho Indians, who
led the procession to tho finish, and
the honor was wall deserved, foi* their
decorations und illumination.-) were
superior in ovory way to that of their
enterprising white brethren uf tho terminal city. The electric search lights
from tho four warships wero nuw turned on, wliich, added to the grand explosions of Ore-works, tho pimuresque-
ness uf the nautical procession nud the
attraciivn illuminations on shore, formed a picture never tu be forgotten by
those who wero fortunate enough to
view it. At 10:30 the signal tu disperse was (jiven and a few minutes
later the gorgeous picture waa rubbed
out as if liy magic, and the darkness
stood out moro intense tlian over.
Vancouver did herself nnd tha Dominion credit, uud nowhere was the oc-
crmion honored by more loyal hearts
thnu ou these Pacific shores.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
meteorological Observations   at   Kew
Westminster ror Jnne. 1889.
Mean temperature  02.0
Above June mean    3.7
Highest max  84.0
Lowest min  46.0
Moan of mnx  72.4
Menu of min  51.7
Rainfall in inches  1.93
Below   Juno  mean.    0.40
Days rain fell.        9
Greatest day's fall, inches  0.42
Cloudy daya        8
Partially cloudy        5
Clear      17
Windiest day in milea    120
Calmest,   "        "     ,.     47
Total miles of wind 2530
HighcBt Barometer, 30.09
Lowest       "  29.55
Juno 1st nnd 2nd, mock suns; 7th
and Sth, baloaj 14th, highost water of
tho yenr; freshet over; temperature of
river, und of June, 60°.
A. Peele, Capt'n.
LATE CANADIAN  NEWS.
The Dominion Day sports at Winnipeg were interfered with by rain.
Tho lacrosse match, Winnipeg vs,
Ninetieth, did not take placo owing to
a dispute. Tho Winnipegs claim the
match by default.
On Sunday morning Bishop
Cleary, of Kingston, Ont, announced
that hu bad no deairo to be promoted to
the archbishopric of Watorford and
Lismore, and hnd requested the Pope
to permit him to remain  in Kingston.
It has been definitely ascertained
that Chits. O. McFnll, of Montreal,
Canadian piuBougoi* agent of tho Delaware it Hudson Railway, and ono of
the best known and most popular railway men in Canada, lost his lifo in the
sinking uf tho forry steamer.
Tho great event iu tho Dominion
Day celebration in Toronto was a large
procession. Nearly all the societies,
national and commercial, in the city
took part. It formed a hugo lino
which comprised about 12,000 men,
and took exactly an hour to pass a
given point.
Tho demonstration of the liberal
party attracted about 0,000 persons to
the exhibition grounds on Saturday at
Toronto. Thero wero games of various kinds. A publio meeting was held
iu the crystal palace, and was hugely
ntteuded. The speakers were: Sir
Richard Cartwright, M. P.; Hon. G.
W. Ross, and Hon. A. S. Hardy. Sir
Richard Cartwright discussed the question of reciprocity nt considerable
length, contending fur the removal of
all trade barriers botween this country
and tho United States. Ho discussed
tho house of commons' vote on thu
Jesuits' estate act, and defended it.
The liberal party, he said, could not
consistently with its doctrine of provincial rights have voted for disallowance. Hon. G. W. Ross devoted himself chiefly to the question of separate
schools and French teaching.
PERSONAL.
Mis-; O'Connor i-t visiting friends at
Vancouvor.
Bishop and Mrs-. Sillitoe wero in
Vnncouvor last evening.
Mayor Hendry nnd Mrs. llondry
havo returned from Vancouver.
D. Oliisholm, M. P., and Miu Chisholm, returned from Vancouver last
evening.
F, C. Cotton, editor of tho Wait-
coovev Neii'3-Advertiser wns in the city
to-day for a few hours] Ho was looking well nud hearty notwithstanding
his Into mishap.
H. Roeder, H. A. Fairchild, C.
Donavan, H. B. Williams nnd M.
Muir Picken, of Whatcom, nro registered nt the Colonial. They como on
railroad business.
CORRESPONDENCE.
TIiusi- Uow Iteel  lince**.
Tho hoso reel races nt Vancouver on
former occasions have never been satisfactorily concluded, uud tho smiio
events this year did not result any
more favorably than iu (ho pant. If
anything, tho races this year huvo increased tho bitter feeling which havo
existed, unfortunately, since the first
mce at Vancouver in 1887. C. H.
AlbertEui), captain of the Seattlo Fire
Department, nud G. F, Scoullar, cap-
tain of the Hynck liuau rool team,
culled nt tliiu ollicu to*dny nnd made a
statement of tho enso ns it really
stands, hi the hoso reel nice, Seattlo
ran lirst and finished in 3d sccr-nds.
An accident threw tho Ilyacks out uf
the raco and Viotoria ran next, doing
tbo work in 30 3-5 seconds. Vancouver Nu. 1 thon ran in 34 seconds, although it is claimed no lime wus kept,
A protest was entered against tho lieut
by nil tho visiting teams, on tho
ground that throe mun instead uf two
woro employed to reel oft" the hoso,
which is contrary to tho rules of the
association. It wns nlso claimed thut
thu captain of Vancouver Nu. ,1 pulled
bnck thu huso 30 feet, making tlio
mc; 30 feet shorter fur his men. Vnncouvor No. 2 ran nnd no timo wus
kept, but nevertheless tho team was
given second mon^y. Tho visiting
captains called fur a decision ou the
points rnisod, nnd when all objuctions
weru overruled in favor of Vancouvor,
thoy withdrew thoir teams in diagust
and refused to have anything moro tu do
with the races, having reached the conclusion that Vancouvor was bound to
gut the money uiiyway. This is how
tho mattor stands, and thu teams refusing to tnko furthor pnrt in tho races
were evidently fully justified iu tho
course thoy pursued, Nono of tho
teams will taito part iu futuro ,rncus nt
Vnncouvor, feeling that thero is nut
tho slightest chanco of theft obtaining
fair play.
SYRUP OF FIGS,
Vi'ot'iiccd from tho laxative nnd nutritious jidco of California figf*, cr-pilyjicd.
"with Uio medicinal" virtues of plants
Iciowti to be inuBt beneficial to the
human system, nets gently on the kidneys, liver and bowels, effectually cleans*
Ing the system, dispelling colds ami
headaches, nnd curing habitual coiiBti-
pltlon,
Beimel Mailers.
Editor Columbian.—Dear Sir,—I ace
a lottcr from the provincial secretary in
a late issue of your paper, in which theae
sentences occur: "The samo subjects arc
taught iu each of the divisions of the
Victoria school, tho only difference being
that in the lower division the pupils aro
brought on to a certain point iu all the
subjects, when they pass into tho higher
division, where they are advanced further
in these branches." Again, "It will
have been noted that each of the teachers
in the Victoria high school is teaching nil
the prescribed subjects to about 38
pupils." Surely the provincial secretary
when ho pnt two such statements into
writing, never thought that anyone would
put them into priut, Whilst I wub priu-
oipal, I taught no mathematics except
Euclid and mental arithmetic, and the
assistant taught neither Latin, spelling,
reading, anutoiny, writing, composition
or music, nor does lio teach Lathi now.
If you turn to pages Iv, and lvi. of the
last schools' report you will find that the
same subjects are not prescribed for each
division. Tiieru are only IS subjects for
the junior, and 29 for tho senior, drawing
and anatomy not appearing on the senior
list. Thus there aro 13 new subjects to
bu taught in tho senior division which
nre not to be taught in the junior, nor
nro they taught thoro. So that what
the provincial secretary atatcd ns n fact
is not a tact, and therefore the conclusion he draws ia false, Pupils who pass
np from the public school can not go into
a clasa with those who have been in a
high school a term or more, nt least in
nny of the high school subjects. Therefore every high school must have at least
two classes in thoso subjects, which will
make nbout GO classes to teach; but, as
tlio pro.'incial secretary truly Bays, tho
size uf the elass docs not make much
difference. It will require, however, nn
"official explanation" to explain how one
teacher can teach (JO classes and do them
justico. There aro other points which I
leave to abler pens than mine.
Yours truly,
I. N, Mum.
At tho postponed oolebration at
Montreal uf tho Ste. Jean Baptisto
society there wero 5,000 French-Canadians proicnt. All the speakers referred to the Jesuit question, aud with
out exception urged calmness till the
agitation would blow over. Ex-Mayor
Boaugrand urged tho French-Canadians to stand firm, Thoy wore do*
scended from a race of fighters and
workers, nud the old spirit could yet
bo called into vigorous lifo if the day
ahould ever como when their rights
woro denied and the jr..liberties threat
uiiod hy tho fanatics of Ontario. Ho
protested that tboy wero loyal to tho
urowii even whilo they stood by their
religion and thoir nation.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment instantly relieves and permanently ernes Piles, Pruritus nnd nil hot nnd itching Bores and
eruptions. N. W. ngents, D. S Curtis:
k Co. dmy28yl
B. C. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fund*
For the purpose of raising a fund to
contribute towards the patriotic and
worthy object of making thn next annual provincial fair, to uo held in this
oity, a grand arid unprecedented success,
tho undersigned agree to contribute the
sums opposito their respective names (to
bo paid into the association or to trustees
competent to receive tho same, ou or before (i months from the date of the last
provincial exhibition, and to bo applied
to preparing exhibition ground.- and
buildings in the city, for increasing tho
amount offered in prizes, and for furthering tho exhibition in other ways):
   10 uo
Honilorson llros,Cli!lllwli:ick	
K ft Scoullar & Co.	
    &6 HO
Nextl
Wlion Hit-y wu sick, we gore ber Cutorls,
Whon ilia wu a Child, oli« cried for Castoria,
Whon she bet-runt. Mian, she clung to Caiterla,
Wi« ihi bid Children, sho gave them Cutoria
j&pFA-j
A Pleasing Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
■follow, tho sso of Syrup of Figs, ns it
aot. gently on tlio
Kidneys, Liver W Bowels
Effectually Cleansing tho System when
Costlvo or Bilious, Disponing
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and permanently curing
HABITUAL OONSTIPATIOK
without weakening or irritating tho or-
gaha'ouiVh'icli it riots;
For snlo in tto bottlo. by nil x.ca,lln-r
Druggists, "
-lAHUrAOXUKED OM," BT TO.
OALirOEfflAHtmBUPOO
^mi*. Kr., Nsw York. » *
A, J. HOf-SIlfiS, D. D. S„
SURGEON DENTIST. Graduate of tbo
Ohio College of Dental Surgery, is
now with Dr. O. E. C. Brown, Ail work
skillfully performed. Rooms Ji&C.Bnnk
of B. C, Columbia St. Hours-8 to 12 a.m.;
1:30 tofl p.m. dJlySlo
V. C. HeCAltTNKV,
COMMISSION AGENT and Customs
Broker. DoukIus St., New Westminster. Agent for Harrison Springs Aerated
Water; Vnncouvor Stouni Dye tt Cleaning
Work-*; Pianos, Organs, Musltal Instrument--, do., Ae. Employment Agency
Offlce. A select lot of Toilet Articles and
Druggists' Sundries forsalo. Next door to
CltyBakory.  UJIySto
Imperial Fire Insurance Go.
OB" ZtZ.0_ZT_Z.02_T.
C.-I'ITAI,
d,racoon nig.
Rates as low ns any other reliable Companies doing business in British Columbia. W. J. ABM8TH0NU,
ilJlySlo Agent (or New Wesl.
Notice to Contractors!
SEALED TENDERS FOR CLEARING
Lot 4, Block 2, suburbs of New Westminster, will bo received by the Trustees
of Royal Columbian Hospital.
Specifications of abovo work may lio
seen tit CLOW A MACLURE'*' ollicu up to
" "      ' djlyatd
noon of July JOth."
-derated. "Water
(Direct from the epilogs.)
ENDORSED BY HIGH MEDICAL AUTHORITIES.
The Only Genuine Aerated Mlnernl
Water on the Market.
Tbe abovo will be delivered in Now
Westminster twice a week. Leave orders
With F. O. MCCARTNEY,
Commission Agent,
Douglas St., New Westminster,   ojly.'lte
Wanted at Once.
SITUATIONS BY 2 ENGLISH GIRLS,
Just arrived.   Address B, tbls ofliee.
 2Jy8t	
AUCTION SALE
Royal Columbian Hospital
Site, ami Buildings.
I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY THE
Trustees of tho Royal Columbian Hospital to'Bell by Publio Auction m tho Colonial Hotel, New Westminster, on
Monday, the 22nd Day of July,
AtBO'Cloclt P.M.,
Lots 13, 14, lfl, Iii, IT ami 18,
Block XXXI,
New Wostmlnster City, situate on Agnes
Street, beinjrtiieiiresL-nt silcof the Royal
Columbian Hospital.
This proporty Is veiy eligibly situated
on the upper side of tlie principal residence street of the city, and commnnilsa
view of the Eraser Rlvor east and west,
The hospital building and tbe steward's
residence will be sold at samo time.
Terms of snle will bo—Vfjoash', Win three
months mid % In kIx months from the
date of sale; no Interest.
Possession will be given to the purchaser
or purchasers on tho 2-2nd ot .lauunry, ISM,
when the last payment ot tho purchase
money will boiiiic.
Will nlso be sold tit same time:
Let 4, Mock XIV, New Westminstor
City.   All fenced.
Terms—!i) cash, balance In one year at
8 por cent.
T. .1. TRAPP,
Jj-2dtd Auot lonc»r.
ff. J. ffALKER & CO.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, NewWestminster, B.C.
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CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS ANO AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London and l.ancnihlre Fire nnd
It vl I i uh Umpire Life Inn urn lire
Companies.
New Westminster Dull ding Society-.
Accountant'.* Offlce, tttoocse of N.W.
Clf> Auditor-., 1880,188? and 1889.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   TUB BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE OITY AND DISTRIOT,
and other mouotary transactions.
Have f-overat good investments on their
books, and all now comers will do well to
call before doing business elsewhere,
dwiJdcly
o:r:e3.a.t
S -A. L E
•*TO*R     T-W-O     •*vS7**H3*E3*K:S,
Commencing Monday, June 24th
OGLE, CAMPBELL & FREEMAN'S,
The Leading Dry (iootls Houxr,
MASONIC BLOCK,       -       NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwtc
SUMMER CO
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
Ogle, Campbell £Co's$
dtc
NEXT DOOR BANK OF MONTREAL,
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
DBUSJiHB  1ST
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Labrador XXexxizigs,
■MZaclssrel, Salt Ood,
^r-QTio-ar'e "CTnc. "Elaras,
^.rncio-ar's TTrac. Bacon.
riom. Bran. S3rxorts,
••■HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE.
nowwiy Seoullar-Armttrong Blook, Oolumbla It.
Jas. EllardiCo
MMrMM^ML.    mM_____r__TM_SMM
For the Next Four Days
THEIR  REMAINING  STOCK OF
PARASOLS
FOE.OASH,
ikt   Cost,   To  Clear.
dwoclSto
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE HANK OF MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE,    C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of gncctncles & Eyc-GIasscs in steel, rubber, silver arc --i-itl
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; all sights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learn*... tlio
business thoroughly from some of tho finest Horologcra in England, and -unco thou
managed tlio watch-repairing departments of a few of tho best firms on the continent of America, is a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 years of the woll-known firm of Savago k Lyinan, Montreal.
Clmrgns Modern tr.
Montreal, Dec, 1887.—Mr. F. Crake. —-Andw. Robertson, Km-., Chairman ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says* "I never found a Watchmaker who did so
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and 1 am sorry you are not here to-day."
■IwiiplUto
dTsTCURTIS * C =
AGENTS  13, LAURANOE'S   SPECTACLES.
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<_^MX_\^ J
Wholesale and Eetail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, 1). C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    -     Columbia Street.  -
New Goods arriving all the time.  A nice lot of CHRISTIE S     |
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand.   New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc I
W.AC.
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
HIO-K-OLASS
DRY GOODS
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER & SHADWELL.
A*r****t«

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