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Array rawemmontPrinnng offic*
VOLUME 7
NEW   WESTMINSTER, R 0., MONDAY EVENING. JULY 22, 1889.
ftUKBBR 18
AllMSTltONG A, KCKKTKIM,
BA.RUIHTEUS,   SOLICITORS,   KTG*.-
Musotile Bulkllii(*,   New Wwitinlu*
ster, II. (*. ilwmy-ili!
W, NOUS1AN BULK, U. C.(
BARlUSTI-*lt*AT-LA\V,I..\NlWUONT.
Money to Loan. oiHiHi-Mlnrltsiiii Ht.
New Westminstor, B. C. iU«
CORBOULD, Hci'OIA A AKS\A,
BARRISTERS, BOWaiTOHS, eic. 001-
oes—Masonlo Bnllillni'H, Now Went*
| m inster, nml Vancouver, B- 0.       dwto
A. C. BttY DONE--JACK. M. A.,
*. VTOTARY PUBLIO, CONVEYANCER,
Jji   tto.   Barrister of tlio Now Brunswick
i,'*niprotno Court. Olllco In tho Humley
Building, Columbia tit.; ophosilo ihoUol-
■ onial Hotel. iluiiHIn
JOSEPH B. O A VNOH'i B.A..LL.B,
» f10LI) MEDALIST of lho UnlvorsKj of
>0    Dublin.   BAttBIHTKR-AT LAW of
, the        "    ■  ' *   	
High Court of -lustltio.lroliuiil. Oillces,
Cornel' MoKonzle A Clurkson Sin.. New
Wnli I minster. tlwfu2lto
A. J. IlOLMlGMi U. », H.,
SURGEON DENTIST.  (Irailualo of Uio
Ohio College of  uuntnl Surgery,   Is
l now with Dr. C. K. 0. Brown,   All work
Bkll I fully performed. Rooms H-fcU.llimk
of 11. C, Columliln Mr, iloitrs-S lo 13 a.m.;
l;!iQlo(ip.m. djlyillc
G. W. OH-1HT,
 EOT. Onico-Corno:._.
Clarkson Sis., WeBtmlnster.
CLOW   «*■ MAULUnB-
HCHITECTS.    Ollico-Room E, ovor
flank of 11, C, Columbia Street,Wesl-
a inln-itoi'. dto
w
WILLIAM  It. KINO,
l  A nOHTTBOT, SANITARY ENGINEER,
?i\   *o*   Uomoveit lo ArniHlrong-s Block,
;'Columbia street,   Westminster—Room
» No.'-!. 'Ito
W. THIBAVDEAU,
I T AND SURVEYOR ANDDRAUGHTB-
I Jj man. Hamley Block, Now Wostmln*-
P___SL_-_
dmyirito
A. I'. COITON,
-i fiOMINION and PROVINCIAL LAND
! \J  SURVEYOR. Offlce: Room D.Bunk
ot  li. I'. hiilUlllK,V-V-jmlllM«.T, 1UJ.	
ti. til I (MHtlCII,
1 r>EAL ESTATE BROKER antl County
'■ JLt   Court AkohI, "'ommtssloner, Notary
-public, Ao.   Rents colloeted,  Oflice—Mc*
||KonKle Streot, New Westminster, B. 0.
T. .T.
TK.APF,
AND    APPRAISER.
| A UOTIONEER	
\x\ Columbln street, New Westminster.
"All eomhilsfllous will receivo prompt
; ami '.nirofnl tuimiU'-n. Best references
■sflveu whon renHlri'tl.  mhlB-to
V. C. HIcuAIITIVKY,
■COMMISSION AGENT   and   Custom.-*
Broker.  Douglas fit., New Wostm In-
llaviiniit.iKiir I'ucti-ry; Lion InsuranceC»
: for live stock, Ac. Employment Agency
-.Oltlco. A select lot of Toilet Articles and
\ UruggiRUi' Sunilries for snle.   Next door to
i Bnkiiry, ilJly3lo
TUllNHIt, BKHTON A, CO.,
MERCHANTS. Wharf ftt, Vlcloiia.
Agents for North British nnd Mer-
I cmitllo Insurance Co. for Mainland. H.
J 0. llKr.ro**; A Co., M Klnsbuiy Circus, Lon-
;.*ion, E, 0. dte
Insurancfi.Co,
od1 .-co-sruoi*.
VIPITAL,       ■       .-11,1100,0011 Silt.
Itiitc." ns low ns nny other rollnlilo Com-
Ainules ilolnii biiHliiuss In British Collim-
Ul.l. tt. J. AliMBTUONO,
iljlyslo AgciitJor New west.
|  ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
I Civil Engineers, Land Sur-
I veyorsA Draughtsmen,
p ItEAI. ESTATE,
(r'lHANCIAl, SHIPPING A COMMISSION ACtNTS
[.        I'lrc. Llie A Hnrlni'liiHiiniHrf.
I,"oi.-jmi!-aBt., - On'. Colonial Hotrt,
1'        NEW WBSTMINHTKB, I). 0.
' UWJlS'1510
! RAND BROS.
inKll. BSTATR HltOKKUH,
K Conveyancer*), Golltctor*,
*" Anil Insurauet Agent■,
i.')ilkus at
f NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
i McKeiisslo end Clarkson Sts.
,' VANCOUVER, Cordova Stroot.
-■' LONDON,England,
|? BUILDING LOTS for sale In all BoeKona
t'if Vancouver and Now Westminster City.
jt FARM LANDS of superior iiualtty for
I nto at Chilli whack, Port llammond,
tiiingloy, Matsqui, Huni'i*, Mud Bay.Lnd-
nScr'a Landing, Lulu Island, Norlh Arm
Km Pitt Rlvor.
i; Maps and Plans exhibited and tlie full-
v »t Information furnished-UnllouroUlcefi-
ij*^-.	
W. BOVILL,
ARCHITECT
—ANn—
Real Estate Agent
NEW WESTMINSTER:-Olllcc,Mackon-
Klo Street.
| Full List of City and Suburban Pro*
,-icrty.
Particular attentioti paid to Farming
Lauds.
Arcurai.0 Information to corrcspnud-
tiil*.. dwmytlyl
lacpherson
■ DRUGGISTS.
!?ure and Fresh Drugs
I PHRrTJMBS,
(Patent Medicines, Etc
Phvsioiahs- PiitomniOK, Carefully
Compounded.
Telephone Communication.  Niglit Doll,
llloHHo
|N. W. Building Society.
WflHE SEMI • ANNUA!, CIENERAI,
1. I    Meeting will lie lioW in lho UOIIHT
'.HOUfsK, nn Hnlardny evrnlnR nexl, ,711.
* Inly. 1HH*. ot H o'eloeli, lor the purpose ol
I jloelinil ollteorH mill oilier hiislness.
,   Hy order,     WAI.THIU, WALKBIl,
I I|ly201il Sooretnry.
;t*j"
rM?M.mj._mi
Nkw Wkhtminhtkii, II, 0.,
July loth.tsso.
tHhthe Kinpttyeex of C, M, Sheafe A- Co.
and the  .\ew \Vv_ttminstcr Beumit. It'll
\    Cu,, and oil persons concerned,
I 'llhls firm having assl-riied nil lis Inter*
(Cits In lirlllHli t'olittiilila tothe N*-w West-
] nilnstorSouthornR*yCo„ftiid tiuil Com-
} pany having assumed all of Its llniilllilcN.
I employees of this lirm and Iho Company
i will report lo the President of tlie salt)
' Company for Imlruellons and adjustment.
C. M, SHEAFE A CO.
jlJlylHml HyKlMIKKKUANI-IKMI,
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
IneluiUim fjools ol nil kinds of tlie best innkcs; Ol'OSH-CIlt & Hailll-Saws,
lllirlll'll Win; for Veneing, anil' ull tlio nooosury |i tl'lislls for Fiirmlliei
l-llllcy   ItllK'ks,  rilliltl'll   I'lorlCS,   Koill'   & 4'Iiafll  in nil sizes; I'lteli,
1'ar& Oiihiiuii Tin red nml 1-l.ih, E'asii'r for Eliiildiiis; l'lllllls & Oils
in nil colors; l.iqillll l-ailllii in nil slides; Flllili' H'aillls rciul)- to use; Clillll
MIlllHISI Wall l'n-lllt' in nil designs; llrouillS & Itl'llslll'S for ull purposes;
Liibiiciltilit* Oils; Trails of nil description", mid u gummtl assortment of
Agricultural Iiupleinvnts.
ttr Special attention given to ordors by mail.
T. T. TEAP.P SO CO.,
dwjlyStO UllLVMl'.IA S'i'UKKT, Nl"W Wl-STMIKHTEH,
GRANT &,MACLURE.
NEW   WESTMINSTEB.
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
ar.  m. manbon's
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street, ■ New Westminster.
. . U3TA11 Summer DRESS GOODS and MILLINERY will
lie Mil AT'COST.   Now is the time to secure MRGAINS.
dtc    ■ MES. "WT^i -ss^jsl
^@al Estate,
Insurance an
^.c3r]EiKr,j?ias-.
OFFICEiS':
NEW WESTMINSTER, °2%ek'
ROLARKSON
ENZIE ST8.
VANCOUVER, CORANBEBRoT°TorREETAsND
—AKD-
ANDER30N BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON,   ENG. .07 CANNON 8T.
Farming Lands/Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS IFOR SALE.
Business Property,
Lot facing on Columbia mul Front Sta.,
tn central portion of tho fitv: several
buildings bring good rent —SiM.000.00.
Lot 4, Blook 7, near Lytton Squaro,
011x132 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Front Sts.—50,000.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St., 83x00 foot—
94,000.00,
Also—Lot and Building with stock of
Ooods, ono of tho best busini-ss stands
in tho eity,
Improved Residential Property
Lot IS, Blook 1.1; two houses rented at
paying flgurci—8l„ri00.00.    .
House and Lot on Lnrno St., near Columbia-^81250.00.
Lots 4, 5 k (1, Hindi 10; good house,
garden, ko,; choice residenco property
-ffi,2B0.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St,; fenced and
cleared—$1500.00,
Houso nud Lot on Columbia St.; ono of
tho finest residences in tho city—S7,*
000.00.
House and Lot on Royal Avenue, near
Douglas St.— 82,000.00.
Houso and .1 Lots, cornor lloyal Avenuo
and St. Patrick's St.; nn hotter rcsi*
deuce site In the city-810,000.00.
1 acre, with 7 houses, near tho Park—
$0,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot I, Block 28; cornor lot on Agues St.}
fino residence sito—$1200.00.
Loti* on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avenue—§500.00 each.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Half*
fax Sta., near Clinton St.; lino viows
nud well situated—?350.00. $1175.00,
$500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Cllntot--
$300.00.
Lot 0, Sub-Block 10; fine residenco lots-
$250.00.
Lota ou Pclham St., near Mary—$000.00
each.
Lot on Pclham St., near St. Andrew's;
fino sltc-*?500.00.
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne—
$350.00.
Lot in St. Andrew's Square -$300.00.
Lots in Block fronting oa North Ant
imd; finest chance lu tbe market fo:
residence or speculation-$125,00 ti
$175.00.
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Bloo
12-S00.00 to $125.00.
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloc
13-$100.00 each.
Lots in Westminster Addition at $15.00
to (60.00.
Absolutely Pure.
UJl'hls powder never varies. A marvel of
pnrlty.slrousthund whoIeHomoness, More
economical than the ordinary kinds, nnd
cannot be sold In competition with the
multitude of low tOBt, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold oniyin cans.
Royal Baking Powdkb Co., 100 Wall St.,
New York. stely
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Tom—Ho you've beon married a
year. Now, say Gus, honest Injun,
does your wife greet you as warmly
as she did at first 1 Gus—Warmly?
She fires up ovory time I open my
mouth.
Idaho in bidding hard for statehood, nnd she will get it, too, if she
succeed in curbing Mormon influence
and framo a constitution tlmt will
keep thnt dangerous element from
doing harm.—Am, pajter,
Senor Ooinmundatoie Francesco
Tamagno is tho latest operatic find
of Henry Abbey. But ho is a find
and his singing in tho "Otcllo" of
Verdi roused extraordinary enthusiasm in London last week. He will
be jn Chicago during the winter,
and Tacoma is going to try and hear
hini( too,—ledger.
Farm for Sale.
LOT HI. BLOCK  ■ NORTH HANOI! II
West, Lulu islnnd, lit a bargain.—
Apply to HANI) BHOS., or KDWAl'l) A.
SHARPE, Lulu Island. dw'oCTml
TO BENT.
APLBA8ANT HOOM KOR TWO GEN-
Memon, with   or withont Boani, in
private family.   Apply nt third houso uy
tho hill, left luind side of Douglas street.
  djelOto
First-class Prairie Farm
FOB. S-AXiXI.
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, North Arm, Fruser River; win*
tullltng 2G0 acres of tlio linest fnrniln-* lend
in llie country* all dyked, woll improved j
good buildings, good orchard (bearing).
For further Information enquire of
MAJOR & PEARSON,
drayifflle New Westminster.
WANTED.
NE   THOUSAND   CORDS   CEDAR
_   Holts, four to seventeen feet long.—
Apply lo
dto   ROYAL CITY PLANINQ MILLS CO.
O
WANTED.
TEACHER FOR BOUNDARY BAY
School. Address F. V. RAITT, Heo,
Hoard of Trustees for Boundary Bny
School, Ladner's Landing.       djlyistlO
STRAYED.
TWO COWS, ONE WHITE AND THE
othor whito and red Hpottod, both
with ropes round their nooks. Information concerning* tho lost animals will bo
gladly received by the Sisters of Bt. Mary's
Hospital. djlyaots
Piano Tuning I
MU. J. E. IINL'-Y'ION, from Broad-
wood A Hons, Loudon, England, and
Sti'liiwny A Sons, Now York, now nt Carter's Temple of Music, Vancouver, will
attend to orilors left at Mr. Zed, K. Hall's
Store, How Westminster. Tuning, 8.1.
 dJl-.-jml   _____
Tests made with much euro show
that tho addition of a fraction of
one per cent, of aluminum greatly
improves the quality of cast iron,
rendering castings more solid and
freo from blow holes, removing the
tendency to chill, increasing the
strength, elasticity and fluidity of
lho metal and decreasing shrinkage
HIPPOLYTE REPULSED
In His Attack on Port nu Prince,
and he Retreats a Distance Inland.
Sullivan Makes a Handsome Pro-
lit out of His Prize Fight
with Kilrain.
The MisHiiij** Airship Sighted on
the Atlantic Coast Floating
Upside Down.
A conversation in a country house
in which Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone
stayed during the "Wakening of
the West" : Hostess-"Well, my
dear Mrs. Gladstone, I really don't
know what will bo the fate pf poor
old Ireland, But (piously) thero is
One above who knows." Mrs. Gladstone—"Yes he will be down in a
minute.   He's brushing his hair."
Tho Persian Minister—we do not
possess suficieiit typo to print his
name—is going homo because the
American papers do not treat the
Shah with proper respect. If every
person whom American papers failed
to treat with proper respect should
leave tho country, no one would bo
left but the editors; and, as they
never show proper respect for eaoh
other, thev would have to go too.—
'Ex.        '     	
A valuable fact is mentioned by
Prof. Denton as having occurred in
his investigations showing the necessity of good lubrication for slide
valves. Ho states that in a locomotivo ho had cut down tho supply of
oil to tho valves from one pint in 75
miles to one pint in 160 miles—tho
result of this change being that, as
soon as tho valves got hot two men
could not hold the reversing lover in
placo whon tho catch was taken out
of tho notch.
Renl Estate Krokcrs nml
Flnnnetnl Agents*
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life Association of
Toronto.
Itnynl nnd Lancashire Vive Intmr-
Miue Cninuanlei.
ii-s-.Viilunblo Lots for sale In tho Cily
and District of Westminster; and choice
Lots In the City of Vancouver.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city or
rural property should communicate with
us.
Offices! Bankof B.C. building,opposite
niiKl office, Westminster, and Hastings St.,
Vancouver. dwaplillo
T.i,IUIR&Cfl,
DRUGGISTS
Queen's  Hotel  Block,
HKVt -rt:3T-II\STKK.
ilia
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY,
dapltc
SO   CO.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND  t
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating to
Ileal ISstato.
— AGENTS FOR—
London Assnrnnco Corporation.
Connecticut Flro Insurance Co. of
Hurttord.
London and Lancitslilre Lite Assurance Co,
Canton Insurance Oflice-. Ld. (Marine)
OFFIOESi
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Qovernment St., Victoria
dwieUyl
The son of a very eminent lawyer,
whilo awaiting sentence in tho
felon's dock, was asked by the judge;
"So you remember your father 1
"Perfectly," said tho youth:
"whenever I entered his prosenco he
said, 'run away, my lad, and don't
trouble me.'" The great lawyer
was thus enabled to complete his
famous work on the "Law of Trusts,"
and his son iu duo time furnished a
practical commontary on the way in
which his father discharged that
most sacred of trusts, committed to
him in the person of his child.
Judiquo, Cape Breton, ten miles
from Port Hawkesbury, can bost of
having some of the largest, handsomest and ablest men iu the province of Nova Scotia. For example,
Duncan Chisholm, of Long Point,
Judiquo, is only 21 years of age and
by actual measurement stands 6ft. 0^
inches in his stocking feet. His
father, Colin Chisholm, stands 6 ft.
6 inches in his stocking feet. James
McDonald, of Judique Bank, 02
years of age, has been fishing this
season up to the present timo and
also does his own farming. Although being in n position to hire
help ho prefers doing the work himself, aud is hale and hearty   to day,
It appears that the high hat as a
nuisance at the theatre is no new
thing. As lorn'ago ns 1820 managers circulated handbills making
this pertinent demand : "Ladies are
respectfully yet earnestly requested
to tako oil' their bonnets during tbo
performance. It is trusted that
their ready compliance with a ro-
qucst so reasonable and so easily
granted, and by which evon they
themselves will be so much bene
tiled, will render it unnecessnry to
request tho interferonco of managers," Now, whero is tho manager
who will dare to issuo such a pronunciations ? And whore, oh where,
arc tho dames and damsels who
would heed the injunction!—Ex.
A Paris despatch to tho London
Times, says that it is becoming generally belioved in PariB that tho
Kiflul tower causes thunderstorms,
and the weather for the precoding
two weeks was the stormiest known
in the French capital for years. A
Paris letter to the Now York Tribune says practically tho stimo thing.
Coincident with the existence of
the tower, it is said, thero has been
a marked climatic alteration, Tho
scientists havo said nothing on the
subject as yet, but the people of the
city aro beginning to believe that M.
Killers iron steeple has a good deal
to do with tho extraordinary sultriness and the frequent thunderstorms. Should this be so, suggests
an exchange, it might he worth
whilo erecting similar structures in
somo of the desert regions of the
earth which man is so desirous of
utilizing for agricultural purposes,
Children Cryfor Pitcher'j Castoria
ttll'I-OLYTJ" MJPULSBU.
Nkw Yonic, July 22.—Tho str.
Aleno Irom Hayti, arrived to-dny.
The captain roppits that Hippolyte
mado soveral efforts to capture Iportnu
Prince but was repulsed each timo by
Legitime'-! warriors. Hippolyte hua
retreated toCrois do Banquetb.
Sullivan's winnings.
New Yoiik, July 22.- John L. Sullivan is atill in town. Editor Arthur
Luinluy, of the New York Illustrated
News, uaid to a united press reporter
to-day, that tho big follow was not
likely to loavo for Boston for at least
a couplo of days. Tho $20,000 stake
money, said Lumley, will not be paid
him to-day, but ho will probably receive it during the week. Al. Cridge,
tho stake holder, U now at Long
Branch and so, also, is Muldoon.
Cridgo was anxiouB to pay over tho
money on Friday, but those interested
iu the dinpofiiil of tlio stakes Baid thoro
was no need of hurrying. Sullivan has
already received §4,000, and of this
sum §1000 was his but with Kilrain un
entering the ring- nnd §3,(100 being his
share of the oxcursion money. When
the Blake money is disposed of Sulli-
vinwill receivo 810,000, which will
bring up tho total receipts to §14,000.
His backers will receive the other §10,*
000, which will bo divided as follows:
§2000 to Billy Muldoon for his trouble
and labor in training the slugger; to
tho Illustrated News one half; Charlie
Johnson one quarter and Jim Wakoly
ono quarter. Sullivan will also mnke
Muldoon, to whom he owes his sue-
ces3, a preselit which it is said will bo
ncthilig less than a §1000 bill.
THE MISSING AIBSHIT.
New London, Con., July 22,-Mr.
Hamilton, owner of tho sloop yacht
Emma, reports having pnssod on Friday, near Block Island, the Campbell
airship floating with tho yellow side up.
He did not know till he came ashore
that Hugr.ii and tlio ship wero missing
or he would havo mndo efforts tu pick
it up ur examine,
STEAMElt LOST.
New Bfdfoud; Mass.,' .July 22.—
Tho steamer Lorenzo I). Baker, of
Bost'jn, with fruit consigned from Boston to Point Antonio, Java, was burned
at sea. The crew was rescued by the
whaler Frauklin and lunded to-day.
Loss of steamer §00,000; cargo 810,*
000. Capt. Wiley of the Btr. Bakor
snys he left Port Antonio, Jamaica,
January 10th, had 0 cabin passengers
and 21 oflicers and seamen, 27 souls
in all. At mid-night on tho 15th, in
latitudo 38 enst, 15 north; longitude
01 cast, 4!) woat, liro broke out in tho
oi'igine room. The engineer wss unablo to get at the pumps nnd oidorod
thu liro buckets to be used. The firo
f-aiticd Btimdily nnd compelled hiin
to take to boats nnd tho lifo raft. Two
firemen were drowned trying to reach
tho small boat. Tho burning Bhip
tlorttod away and burned to tlio water's
edge. The crow wero only afloat a
fow hours whon picked up by tho
whaler Franklin.
ItAN AOUOUND.
CuiLEit, Mnine, July 22.—The
Spanish steamship Edwnrds left Bos*
ton in ballast Saturday for St. John,
N. B., and wont aground nt low tide,
midnight, Saturday, on Old Man Island. She is full of wnter end will
probably be a total loss. Sho belongs
in Bilboa, Spain.
SWEPT BV WATE1L
Lancaster Ohio, July 22.—Sharp's
dam, in Hocking Valley, broko yesterday and the water swept, through the
vslley, tnkinp every movable object.
Trees, crops, fences and hundreds of
head of livo stock woro carried away.
No lives wero lost.
A OESPEUATB MAN.
Cleveland, Ohio, July 22. — At
Edgerton, yesterday, Hiram Hoadley
shot nnd killed his wifo nud father-in-
law. Ho attempted the lives of Iub
mother-in-law and wife's sister, and
thou suicided. Mrs. Hoadley had lett
her husband on account of dumestio
troubles.
A Mtl.UONAIUE's WILL.
San FuANt.'isro, July 22.—W. H.
Hart, chief utloincy for Florence
Blythe, returned from Los Angeles
I his moruiui* where he hnd gono to obtain posst-ssion of a will, siid to hnvo
boon left by Thomas Blythe, whoso
est ito isnow being contested in tho pro-
bato court, Hurt when spoken to
by the postal press reporter would not
say whether ho hnd tho will or copy of
it, but frum tho evidence in his possession ho isr-niistiodhceanpri'VBthntBly*
thu'a will aud the ndoptiou pnpors of
Florence Blythe wore iu cxistanco
nfter tho millionaire's denth,
ANOTHBH TKIAL.
Washington, July 22.—On tho roturn of Secretary Tracy from New
York hu will be askod to givo tho gun-
bout Petrol- at Bnltimore, another
trial. Tho board of examiners sny tho
failure in tho recent trial was due
almost wholly to tho Inexperience of
tho firemen.
GOOD NEWS.
San Fbanoisco, July 22. —■ Tho
whaling bark Lngoda arrived from tho
Arctic this morning. Sho left early
fn Mny and is the first ono to get in.
8ho reports good woat her, plenty of
whales, and tho prospects good for a
line catch.
AV.STIIA1.IAN    WANTS.
San FiUNcisco, July 22.—11. Black*
llton- a wealthy pioneer of Now South
Wales, who recently arrived in tho
city, says that on nccount of the rapid
growth uf the colonies, tho peoplo nro
very anxious for both a fortnightly
mail sorvico nud a Pacific cable,
CVOLONK.
Winnipeg, July 22.—A heavy cy*
clouo is reported to have pnssed ovor
Delurnino yoaterday.    No particulars,
rilOM   SAMOA.
Acckland- July 22.-Adricos from
Samoa report all quiet there.
A BIG   STEAL.
Lebanon, O., July 20.— This place
haa heen in a whirl of excitement since
Saturday last, when Graham the
county auditor, disappeared. About
the middle of last week it became
known that Auditor Graham had overdrawn hiB account by 86,000. It occasioned littlo surprise and no alarm as
it was supposed to be merely a technical affair. Graham asked for an investigation, and hired a band and serenaded his friends and, borrowing $100
from hia brother, disappeared. The
investigation has progressed far
enough to show that Graham's peculations may reach §50,000, not counting
tho possibilities of a number of county
bonds which ho may have disposed of
in the east. During the investigation
it became apparent the treasurer was
vory negligent of his duties in paying
audi sums without investigation, or
was in collusion with Graham. The
commission Thursday night deoided it
was the Utter and, just alter midnight
C. F. Coleman, county treasurer, wu
arrested charged with embeszlement
of §13,000. He was released on a
§25,000 bond. It Is quito certain that
othors are guilty of being cognisant of
what was going on and will be arrested,
A competent authority said no one will
be surprised if when the bottom iB
reached it is found that tbe oountry
haa been robbed of §250,000. The
treasurer's office is olosed and no taxes
nre being received or bills paid. Graham has been one of the most popular
men in this section of the state and his
plentifulsupply of money was account
ed fur by the success of a patent medicine which he extensively advertised
and which ho claimed was making his
fortune.
CHEAT STOHM.S.
New York, July 20.—News comes
from many points throughout tha
country of destructive storms that have
prevailed within the last thirty-six
hours. Ohio and West Virginia have
Buffered severely. A grand electrical
display accompanied the the downpour
in Chicago, where torrents of rain
flooded the lower storeys of many
business houses, and did great damage
to property. The atmospheric disturbances extended from Grand Forks,
Neb., to New Orleans. Many persons
were struck by lightning, and houses
and hnrns burned. The damage in the
neighborhood of this oity was not
groat, though two slight railroad washouts occurred. Despstches from West
Virginia stato that the cloud burst
completely flooded Little Kanawha
valley, destroying many lives and carrying off thousands of dollars worth of
property. The village of Morristown
was completely destroyed. Houses
were picked up by the whirling wind
und dashed against each other, giving
the inhabitants no chance to escape.
lUclimond Council.
Council met on Saturday, June Oth.
All present except Coun. Blair. Min*
utes read and adopted,
Two communications from Geo.
Turner, C.E., rv-voad posts read and
filed. '
ItEi-OKTs.—Coun. Garratt let a contract to Ah Sam to construct a roadway across Mr. SexsmitVa tu town
hall road, at §2 per rod, ready for
planking, Coun. Reid employed K.
H. Chong to repair flood box on No. 0
rond for §5, and W. R. McMyn to repair flume ou No. 5 road for §15. A,
H. Daniels recommended that Ah Sam
should receive §100 on his contract on
Ho. 5 road. Coun. Stewsrt has taken
over about 120 rods of D. Smith's dyko
for road purposes, and recommendi
that he be paid 9150 on the same. Re*
ports adopted.
Adjourned court of revision held at
12 o'clock. No appeals. The court
rose, and on motion the assessment
roll as finally revised was adopted ss
the assessment roll of the municipality
for tho yesr 1689.
The highway by-law waa taken up
for reconsideration, and olauie 0 added, extending road No. 4 to the south
arm of the Fraser, in accordance with
a sketch plan submitted last year. The
highway by-law was adopted and ordered to be published.
Petitions,—From J. Brook and 17
ratepayers of Sea Island, asking thst a
road bo established between sections
20 and 27, Sea Island, with a width of
38 foot, 1G& feet on each side of survey
line. Referred to a committee com*
posed of Coun. Garratt and Stewart,
to report at next meeting. From W.
R. McMyn and 9 other ratepayers of
Ward "0," asking the eounoil to eon*
struct a public wharf at the south end
of rond No'. 5, on the south arm for
shipping convenience, muoh needed at
that point. Referred to Couns. Blair
and Reid to report on at next meet*
ing. The application «f W. R. McMyn, asking to have tho bridge over
Greon'B slough ou road No, 9 lowered
waa also referred to the same committoe.
Coun. Reid submitted a trades li-
como by-law, which passed its aeveral
readings and was laid over for reconsideration.
Coun. Daniels submitted the revenue by-law, 1889, which passed its
several stops and was read a third
time, to be reconsidered at next moot*
ing.
Tlio revenue by-law provides as follows: Threo tenths of one per cent
for general purposes, and 0 conts per
ncro for wild land, §1 road tax on all
mult) porsons over 18 years of age,
seven-tenths of ouo por oent, as per
lonn by-law, 1888.
On motion the clork was instructed
to cnll for tenders for the supply of
300 M. feet of 3 inch plank and bridge
timber for tho construction of roads
and bridges, tho same to be delivered
at convenient pointi on the banks of
Frasor rivor (separato prices for cedsr
nnd fir).
Coun. Daniels gave notice that he
would submit a pound by-law, to prevent animals from running at large, at
next meeting,
Tho following bills wero ordered
A NEW TRIAL.
Wm. O'Brien, M. P., Moves for a
Mew Trial In His Suit Agt-lnet
Lord Salisbury.
Tlie Cretan  Rebels   Capture
large Town and Burn the
Public Buildings.
Bnssla Beported to be Massing
Large Bodies of Troops on
the Turkish Frontier.
paid: Ah Lira, 140; Ah Sam, 8100;
D. A. Smith, (160; W. R. McMyn,
815,
Council then adjourned to ment on
the 3rd day of Auguat next.
-^ _. m .
The American lnstiute of Horn
ivo'iathy lias declared itsolf opposed
to ull preparations known as "bitten" nnd "ionics" in whioh aloohol
is the chief ingredient, and denounced what is known as the "whisky
euro" for consumption or any disease,
except, perhaps, "snake bite."
NSW MIM, SUIT.
Lohbok, July22.-WilliamO'Brien,
through hii counnl, will more tor a
new trial libel auit against Salisbury
on the ground that the jury that returned the verdict in favor of the premier wen mudirecM.
WBtOKS.
London July 22.—The British
iron a i. Altenacaaig, from lloilo for an
American port with a cargo of sugar,
•truck the Isle of Palawan and will
probably be a total lou. The crew
waa uved and have arrived at Manila.
The American ship Rcaie Welt, Capt.
Welt, from Newcastle, N. S.W., for
Singapore, haa been wrecked in Bramble Bay straits.
BEBEL SUCCESSES.
CoNmMiNOPU!, July 22.—The
Cretan iniurgenti have seised the
town of Varmos Oedonia and hare expelled the town officer, aud set fire to
the public building. The rebels hare
taken refuge in Retyme.
A OBEAt FIRE.
Pasui, July 22.—Four hundred
houses were burnod in the town of
Pak..   Many children are milling.
DECISION  UPHELD.
London, July 22.—The judge, of
the oourt of Queen1! bench to whom
Mr. Simmi, Ihe journaliit, appealed
from the decision of Magistrate Bridie,
who declined to grant a aummona for
tho Duke of Cambridge on charge of
anaulting Simmi, have upheld the
deciaion of Magistrate Bridge,
OEITINO BJ-1DV.
London, July 22.—Russian troops
aro concentrating on the Turkish
frontier.
GLADSTONE'S VOICE.
Ediniiukqh, July 20.—At a meeting
presided over by Lord Aberdeen there
was great enthusiasm, the large body
riling to their feet and yelling. The
following-letter from Mr. Gladstone wu
read: "The time has not yet arrived
for detailing the memorable experience
of Mr. Parnell for the last two years.
I believe that experience to be unparalleled in the history of British statesmen in parliament for the last two centuries. I consider the Parnellites to
bo ln a sense a conservative restorative
force of great value to the peace of Ireland and the honor of England, while
the tyranny of the government has
deepened the aversion ef Ireland."
THEEXPOBT  DUTY ON LOOS.
Ottawa, July 20.—The Dominion
government haa heen notified that R.
C. Gibbs, lumberman, of Manistee,
Mich., intends this season io teat tho
legality of Canada's action in imposing
an export duty on Canadian aaw logs.
The duty wai levied by the Dominion
government for the prevention of the
depletion of Canadian foreirs. Gibbs'
firm intend bringing thirty-eight million feet of Georgian Bay logs to Bay
eity for sailing. They contend that
under the Gough treaty between the
United States and Canada, aigned
1855, they will not have to pay the
duty of |6 per thousand feet The
reatitution of the dutiea already paid ia
alio talked of. Careful investigation
of Ihe case discloses Ihe fact that the
treaty placing all kinda of timber ou
the free list waa adopted iu '64, 'but
waa terminated in '66 by Ihe United
States. Upon enquiry at the customs
department here it was learned thst
Canada oould not be held responsible
as the United States had themselves
terminated the treaty in question.
VICTORIA NEWS.
leallM I. DMIb Mi Sl.lt. bj
Muslen. aim Craihe*. W.I...
Win. tke faet laee.
Bpeolal lo the Columbian.
Viotobia, July 22.—Mra. Jsmes
Blair, aged 39, died thli morning in an
epileptic fit.
A little girl, daughter of a farmer
living five miles from this city, wss
scalded to death this morning, The
coroner's jury returned a verdict of
"accidental death."
Samuel Pearce, charged with embezzlement, hu been oommitted to
trial.
Tho sailboat "Go it," owned by D.
Macintosh, and a row boat owned by
Cspt. Urquhart, were stolen on Saturday night, it is supposed, by opium
smugglers snd taken over to the
Sound.
John Begg, hsd an arm badly crushed yeiterday while coupling ens at
Ruaiell itation.
The foot race, 300 ysrdi, between
Watson and Irving, wu won by Watson by 5 yards in 351 seconds.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'tCutorla
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Patrick McNamara, shoemaker, wu
struck by a train while walking ou the
track, near Calgary, on Saturday. He
received a terrible scalp wound laying
bare the scull.
Fred. Cox, driver for the Dominion
Eipreai Co., at Brantford, Ont, wu
killed in a hardware store, Saturday,
while examining a revolvor In the
handi of a clerk named Lawrence.
A. T. Gills, of Boiiaevaln.Man., hu
boon arrested for arson. It Is alleged
thst he fired his itore on the night ol
tho Sth inst, the stock being heavily
insured. He wu taken to Brandon
jail.
The Korwelgan bark Orisgallln hu
arrived at Quebec with two American
fishermen, Samuel Smith and Samuel
Hutchinson, who were lost in a fog
from the fishing schooner Carleton
Belle, of Booth Bay, Maine. They
floated around for five days and four
nights. They hsd only about a quart
of water In a tin and one raw fish. Oo
the fourth day their limbs began to
swell, and especially their tongues, and
they took to sucking the lead sinker of
their lines. When picked up they
*ere hsrdly able to crawl.
' ijrt'X tin o.i'si|'- THE
DAILY   COLUMBIAN
PUBLISHED
Every Afieruur. «»Mpt tutd-tr,
BT TBM
Kau-TzraiCK"    •beot-hhrs,
At their Steam   Printing Establish*
ment- Colnmbla Btreet,
BY    MAIL:
For l^moiiths-. „ .....SS 00
Por 6 months 4 '25
Vor {-.inuniliN ■*...-, 2 25
DELIVERED IN THE CITY:
Vor 12 month*-. 810 00
For 8 months   6 25
Par month -.      90
Per wook „.      25
Payrafmt In all cases (except for weekly
rulo) to he made in advance.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
-   IsiHued every WcdntMltiy .Uorulug.
Delivered Id tbe City, per year. 8X00
Mailed, nor yoar. 2.00
Mulled, 0 mouths... 1:25
Jlailji British Glolumbhin
Hgmlar Evening. July 'il, itm.
Few of our citizens, we imagino,
realize the arduousness nnd extent
of tlio work whioli dovolvea upon
our energetic and enterprising city
council tbeso times, as a result of
tho new order of thing! whicli has
been inaugurated in the royal city.
Without seeming to disparage the
work or the workers of past years,
or to "despise tho day of small
things," it does not require a very
acuto perception to recognize the
fact that as a city Westminster has
3uite recently drawn ft pretty clearly
efined lino botween tho old and the
new   and   taken n fresh start and
assumed a moro striding gait towards
her assured destiny; and in no department is tho evidonco of  tliis
moro visible than in tho civic government.    From a leisurely, rather
one-horse,  villago   nfliu'r, our city
government  has   assumed   all the
onerous duties and responsibilities
and dignities of a fully Hedged civic
administration.     The   number  of
councillors, or aldermen, as all know,
has been increased, under the now
charter, to nine, making, with tho
mayor, a civio board of ten,   At tho
last municipal election, at tho beginning of tho year, the people's choice
was most emphatically declared at
the polls in the election of a straight
progressive  ticket throughout, and |
thoro is where may bo said to have
started the new order of things in
the city's affairs, somo of the results
of which we aro now beginning to
reap in tho great activity, enterprise,
and enonjy being displayed in tho
conduct of the city's business.   Several of tho aldermen us candidates
stated, it will  be remembered, that
they wero willing and determined
to devoto a yoar to tho city's interests, and this is just ubout what it
means for our mayor and aldfirnien
in   these busy times.   What with
special council meetings, board and
committee   meetings, and dnvising
arid planning for the extensive eity
improvements and the water works
in   band, our city fathers have no
sinecure, and the faithful and efficient paid officers and assistants of
tho city havo their handi moro tban
full.     The   new   and fairly com
moclious   city hnll   is  a   veritable
hive    of   industry   all    day   and
part   of   tho   night.     All   civic
business is being conducted in   tho
most satisfactory and   business-like
manner, and we venture to say that,
by tho end of   the civic year,   tho
ratepayers will bo moro satisfied than
ovor that they made a wise choicB
in   thoir mayor and   aldermen   in
January lust,
day, To meet the demands of an expenditure that ia controllable In name
costs tho eity $5,500 daily. The total
daily expense of running the municipal
government, including everything, ia
§18,000.
We would say again now is tbo
timo to prevent the royal city from
coming to such u pass that it shall
require $18,000 a day (just think of
•it! SliirdBa of ye ancient and extinct
ninssbaclc!) to run tho municipal
"inushonn."
It is doubtless very hard for tho
ordinary understanding to grasp big
figures, much less realize their meaning, still less again sometimes to
comprehend and keep in mind tho
fact that it takes a largo levy on
tho "sinews of war" to run in anything liko proper shape such an institution as a city. A Toronto daily
paper bas recoiitly been making its
readers gape by giving thum some
"spoon-fed" statistics which the
busiest or most obtuse citizen could
havo very little excuse for not "getting through his wool," Toronto is
a big town, remarks tho journal in
question, and intimates that not ono
in twenty of its one hundred and
eighty' thousand residents cither
truly realizes its size or can form any-
thing like a clear conception of its
financial transactions and civio expenditures. "In order," continues
our cotemporary, "that citizens may
roalizo the magnitude of the financial transactions of this municipality,
the sum required overy day to meet
each demand upon tho public purso
has beon carefully figurod out."
Wogivetlto calculation below. It
may bo of interest to our readers.
It may servo ns a warning. At the
rate we uro going now, it is only a
question of time when Westminster
shall count her population by the
hundred and fifty thousand. Wo
would say to the timid hearted, bo
warned in timo. Now is tho tiind
to restrain the town, ere it gets fairly howling ulong on its mad career
of prosperity and progress, with the
daily expenses of running tho concern doubling up in proportionate
rato. Hero aro tlie Toronto paper's
figures:
It takes S'1,'101) each day of the three
hundred and sixty-fivo days in tlie year
to provide interest and sinking fund upon the city debt. Tlio watering carts
sprinkle away $380 every day thoy aro
out. Lighting tho streets of tlio city
each night costs 5370. Salaries and
maintenance of tho police force swallow
up $530 each day. Twenty dollars overy
day Ib squandered in satisfying tho
claims of poople injured by broken
planks, open sewers and defective road*
ways. Not much fuel is consumed iu
the city buildings whilo tlio morcury is
cavorting around among tlie nineties,
but taking one day with smother all tho
year round it costs $14 every 24 hours to
keep civic officials warm. Street scrap*
" """'"*"J "* """"        by tho
ing and the gathering of _
scavengors costs §;f33 every day a} the
213 working days a year. Printing, advertising and stationery costs the oity
810 daily. Speaking of popular education wo at ouoe strike tho big figure*!,
It takes 8800 overy working day of tho
year to pay teachers' salaries.   The sum
f>rovided for tho erection of new build-
ngs this year could he divided into daily
parts of 81,500., In maintaining the high
and separate schools 8160 goes out every J
Soedli'd only to the nogro problem
as a  national distraction und menace to tlio future well-being of the
state, is the vast influrf of the veritable scum of Europo that has been
Washed   upon tho American, shores
with ovory incoming emigrant ship
for the lost deendo or more.   His
reported us a solemn fact, says an
American paper, that in tbo groat,
rich, populous agricultural stato of
Illinois tlioro arc thousands of men
who   aro ablo and willing to work
who are sufl'ering for something to
cat.   The coal miners of Braid wood
havo   lo depond on charity for the
food with which to support lifo. Tlie
owners   of   the mine will nut pay
enough   wages  to   tho   minors to
enable  them  to livo.   Tho necessaries of lifo are as cheap in Illinois
as anywhere m tho United States.
Goal exists in unlimited quantities,
The demand for it is largo ond regular, and   it   must bo mined.   The
men nre willing to mino it, but their
wages are so low that they will not
furnish oven the humblest necessities
of a poor man's life.   Tho causo of
tho  strike   was   tho   reduction of
wages to a point so low that submis
siou was  equivalent to starvation.
Tho wages of the minors havo beon
getting lowor and lower, until they
havo reached tho starvation point.
This terrible stato of affairs has boen
mainly caused by tho vast hordes of
Italians,   Hungarians,   Polos    and
other foreigners, who work for lower
wages than un American con take,
and  livo.   An American cotemporary, in very bitterness of soul, thus
relieves  itself  ou  this crying and
pressing    evil:     "Theso    foreign
wretches   swarm   around   the coal
mines as thick ns tho frogs of Egypt.
Up to tho very hour whon the strike
commenced theso Castle Garden importations — tbeso   venal   wretches
from a foreign land—continued to
roll into Hraidwood  in an unending
stream.   In   tho  neighborhood  of
Braidwood   thero   nro morti tlian a
thousand   foreigners—Italians, Bohemians, Hungarians find Poles, tlio
very off-sboffri tigs of the Old World.
Tlieso filthy, degraded beings, tuke
the labor, oven  lhe bread, from tho
mouths of Amoricun toilers.    Their
habits   aru   moro   disgusting  than
thoso of tho Chinese, und they can
livo  on   food which   au American
could not tolerate.   Tho most of the
money earned   by thom   is sent tu
Europe to bring ovor more of  their
countrymen to further glut tho overcrowded   labor   market.   This   in*
oreasos tho ovil, decreases tbo wages,
and renders the lot of tho American
miner still more hopeless. Tho great
America!!   government is troubling
itself about a fow Ohinamen crossing
a pillion of its territory on thoir roturn  journoy to   China.   It could
Surely omploy its energies in a more
promising field by stopping this importation of foreigners whoso labor,
coming into competition with tho
labor nf our own people, is reducing
them lo want.    This is the greatest
danger thnt menaces American institutions."  While sinccroly sympathizing with our neighbors iti what
is unmistakably a great  affliction,
one is tempted to ask, if it can bo
dono   without   appearing   flippant,
how many  "greatest dangers" are
there which "menace American in*
caili Biimia uomubub, mw imriWi-MH, _. a, umt ll, lln
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NEW WESTMINSTER
state and Financi
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Coffees a specialty.
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IF
stitutions?"
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
BAPTIST ('Hl'jtcU- Agues Ntrcol,
f'jisl of Mnry Street. lAtrd'a Pay
BorviccsutII»,m. and 7 p.m. ttabl'iitn
School iii'tlMl'lo CIhss nl 2:110 p. li). All
Rsntofrof-'i stnmt*or.i cordially welcomed.
•Hov. Thos. UulUwin, pimlor.
METHODIST V II V •U. C II, Mnry
Btreet. Hov. 3, IF. White, Pastor,
Scivivt-H nt 11 a. in. mul 7 p.m, Sitmluy
Sjjhool (ift'l Biblo CIhf-h 2:._.) p. in. Prayer
Mooting on Tlitirrtdiiyfl nt 7.:-:op,m, weals
freo: sfnuiicem cordially Invltod.
QT, t'AUli'S Ofiunou- John Btreet.
k) 0|>|-ns!Uj Orange Hull, ltev. T.iniii'iH
iliiilii.-m, I'lmtor. Servl.-i-s overy Sniiiliiy
ill. I! n. hi. mul 7 p. in. Tlmi-Hil'iy oyuiiIikh
til 7:3:1 n'liliM*,-. wciis fire; nil nre eor-.ll-
aliy liiviir-d, Sunday Sohual ui2:H0p. iu.
r-HVIlCII OP KNOI.AM). -HOr.Y
V.;   'NUNITY   OIimu.'H;    I'irlor,   The
lll-.liop. K. MAIIY'H CHURCHi Hcetnr.
The Ven. Ai-chdciicon Woods. 8i-rvleen
In in.Hi rimi-i'iii's every day, All seats
free, ll.itIt churches upim nil day tor private prayor.
pttCMiYTI'lMAiV    CHURCH   (ST.
X    ANDREW'S), oornor Qnruaryon and
UlflOftWOOd StS,   ltev. Thus. Neoillor-piiH-
tor. Borvlcosntli u. in. nml 7 p. rn.j aim*
lln.y-M'linril  uud   |i[li|i--el(|ss lit, 23(1 p. 111.;
I'myCMneoliliyoil Tllllt'Siliiy cveniii-'-'iil
7.;ii). KeniN fjooj slrfuigorH welcome.
r,AI,l',l)llMA  A.    HT.    AMIHKW'S
Ij sooikty.-tiio ragalhrmooting*-ot
this AHH'-eluLl'm tiro held on tht.-last Tuch*
day of eaeh montli, at Ho'olOOK p.m. All
Heotelnnon aro invltod in attend.-John
BOTB-BOO.
Ao. f—court loud dufferin
, No. IMM, The regular moothigs of
the nbovo court uro held at tlio Foresters'
Hall, on Ihu flrst nnd third Wodnomluv In
ench month, ats n. m.—Jno. MoMom'HY,
Sour.- P. c. It.
W.
C. V. IJ.-RrcaUI.AR MEETING
. . .  every Wednesday nfternoon tit fl
o'clock at lho W.C.T, U.Hondr|uiiiiors,
Douglas Ht. Loyal Legion In tlio cunte
ph-co overy Friday afternoon.—M its. ,lAfl.
C UN nino It AM, President* MlSfl DjtHKOlt
Hoei'Otary,
UNION LODGK NO, O, A. F.
— A, M.— The regulnr moot*
ing-- of this Lodgo aro held In
. . . llie MhhoiiIu Temple on Ibe llr.it
Wednesday In oaoti montli, at 7i.-tn o'clock
p.m. sojourn l ii i" I-mill nm are cordially
Invltod to attend.—W. C. Chatham, •*«•-.
BOARD OF TILAMH. Boani Itoom,
Oddfellows iirlek Illock, up-nlali-3
Council mootsori tho tlrst nud third Wed-
nemhiy In encli inonlli.at -ip.m. (inarlorly
iiiei!llng(toii (lie 22nd of Feb., Muy., Aug.,
and Nov.; nt 7:110 p. in. New members
may ho proposed and elected nt any Quarterly mooting.—D. Ronsotr-Boo,
Rooms to Rent.
FURNISHED  ROOMS  TO  RENT,  IN
M. ffrny'8 hoiine, o   " ---**■■—-
Apply on tno premIt-en,
oiyio  notice.
Closing of Begbie Street.
ri'HAT I'011-l'ION Of IirallllKSTHUKT
I    lying Itotwcfii Columliln anil Kronl
BfrBdlM Is lioroby iloclnroil .clnsetl until
AiikiisI llilli, IRS'J, ll bqlUB umlor rep-tlr.
Hy oriler ol Bodttl ol Worlls,
j. a. jaoueh,
Cnnlrmun.
N»wW«t.,JulylO,ll«l. dJIylSWJ
A VINO (IHEATLY INCREASED THEIU PREMISES AND MAOHIN-
oiy, uro in n position to unilcitalic tho construction and repairs of Marine
uml Stntioiiiiry Engines and Hollers, Milling, Mining and Cannery
Mlieliincr.r, as well ns Castings and Forcings of overy description.
Estimates
iven: ;
D. OAKTIWEL,
Gknkrai. Manacieu.
ill work giinriintced.
A. McKELVIE,
dwjl!7tc Mechanical Masaqbr.
IDGTION SALE
Royal Columbian  Hospital
Site, and Buildings.
J HAVE lircENINMTIlUVTI-'DIlYTnE
1 'i'msleemif iht! Huyal t'oliiinldiin llos-
pllnl lo sell In* l'lilille Auction ill illoC'o*
lonlnt l-totol. New Westrnln&ter.on
Monday, the 22nd Day of July,
At8O'CIock P.M.,
Lots 13, 11, 15, HE, 17 and IS,
Block XXXI,
New Westminster City, situate on Agnes
Street, being the present site of the Royal
Columbian Hospital,
This property is vory eligibly situated
on tho upper flldo nf the principal residence .street of tin- cily, ninl com mantis a
view of tlie Fraser River oust antl wost.
Tlio hospital bnlldlng and the steward's
resilience will be sold at sumo timo.
Terms of -inlaw II bo—\_ cash, Min threo
months and % In six months from the
date of sale; 110 interest.
Possession will be-,'lvcn tothe purchaser
or purchasers on tho 22nd of .laiiuary, l*i00,
wlien Die last payment of the purchase
money will be due.
Will also bo sold nt samo timo:
Lot 4, llltick XVII, New Westminster
Oily,  All fenced.
Lotn 1,91, », Kiit-dtviKloii «r Lot 3, Hlock
!, New Westminster.
Terms—% cash, balance in ono ycarnt
{{percent.
T. 3. TRAPP,
Jy2dtd Auctioneer.
MAJOR & PEARSON
Real Estate Brokers and
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life  AiROclnflon of
Toronto.
lloyal and Lancashire Fire Insnr-
biu« Companies.
..„. District of Westminstor* and choice
I/ils in the Oity of Vancouver.
Porsons wishing to buy or sell city or
rural property should communicate with
us.
Oillces: Bankof 11.C. bnlldlng,opposite
posl ofilco, Westminster, and Hasting.*St-,-
Vancouvcr. dwapieic
PXONIQBB
HARDWARE
mgrtrmMMMMS
ESTABMBBED 18)1
Jas. Cunning'ham
COLUMBIA STIIEET, WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
IMl'CIIlTEIt 01.'
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTURER OF
«^TIH& SHEET-IRON WARE.
CONTKACTH FOR
Iron Cornice Work, diis-ilttiiig,
Plumbing, Roofing, tke
C. E.1
Ukd Surveyor.
. 0. CAMBLE
Not-by Publio.
MTonurtyio
LAND SURVEYORS,
'i tuauriiu^i
AND CONVEYANCERS.
AG-ENTS   ITO 33
FIRB.-Tho Western of Toronto/The ^3t-
nn, The City of Ijondon.nnd The Hartford.
MSB.—Tbo Now York Lifo Insiirnnoe Co,
ACClDKNT-ThoTrnvollera'ofHurtford
Land Surveying In all Its branches accurately and promptly curried out.
City anil Suburban Lamia for Snle.
Wo cun show a completo list of desirable
localities.
FarmingLantU, Improved und unimproved, throughout the district-.
Mining ami other Stoek bought und
sold.
Money to Loan on first mortgage nt
low rates.
WOODS, TUUNKKAtlAHBl-K,
Office. Elurd-i Blook,   •   Columbia Street
new westminster.
dmliMh-
AUCTION SALE
its
ENGLISH    BAY.
I HAVE HEEN INSTRUCTED BY MR.
8AMUEi.tiRKt-.il lo sell by Public Auction, ou
Saturday Even'g, Aug. 3,1889,
At the COLONIAL HOTEL, Now Westminster,
Twenty-five  Lots
of hts English Bay Property, which
comprises some of tbo best shunted
business property directly opposito tbo
proposed Landiug of all tlio largo
ocean Steamship* from China. Japan,
nud so forth, nnd It Is conceded by
tho bost nutlioritlcs on tlio subject that
this is destined to become the principal
seaport In British Columbia.and this pro*
perty In the near future will probably tie
equal in valuo to any of tho choice lots on
Gran Vl Ho and other streets In Vancouver
City.
Tlio deposits on these lots will bo $25
for Insldo lots nnd £'-) for corner lots, cash;
tlio balance will bo payablo whon Mr.
tlrcor Is prepared to glvo a dood. The property Is sold with nil tho privileges of tho
present pre-emption laws of British Col
umbln.
I hnvo nlso  beon   instructed   by Mr.
.loHKi'ii Hohkik to sell fit samo time,
Lot 130, Croup %
Now Wostminstor District, on the South
Arm of tho Frasor Rlvor, opposite Tilbury
Island, with half a mile frontiit-e on Frasor River— containing 1H0acres. Thorn. Is
about 120 acres of this prairie, tho balance
alder nnd crab-apple- there is about 14
Inches rich soil on surface, with clity sub-
soll.nnd Is equal In valuo to any of the
Delta land lower down tho river which la
sellliiR nt. from 8100 to 3I";0 per acre, Terms
of this will bo 81000 cash; balance ns may
ho agrerd upon.
A iPO-I-nlit 0.13 A ID, ftlllHllV. of l.o 110.
Illock XIII. Now Westminster Suburbs.
njuSalo will tuke plnoo nt. 8 o'clock.
T. J- TRAPP,
dJlyMtd Al'ctiomekh,
BUGGIES!     BUQQ'ES-
JUST RECEIVED,
A €AIMiOAI» OF
Pell, Rice Coil-sprmg* ilcLaughlan
MMMJ t*G5-.-*GJ
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
eJST The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.1^
,-w-p*i<i    X-tei<d e&s 0-o.-r*ri©»
'Toronto' Mowers
Maxwell Mowers
The Little Maxwell
Binders.
F.G. Strickland* Co.
- NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Planet, jr., Garden Tools,
Lawn Mowers, &c. &c.
Tiger   Rake.
Sharp's Oo.
Maxwell Do.
BRITISH COIMIA HT JIMKET,
< oliiinliiii Htrcvt, New Wesl minster.
VAN   VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PURVEYORS IN GENERAL.    FRESH AND CORNED
HEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
O-Spoctal lilies ijuotctl for tliu shipping trails.   Family ordors striotly attended
Hotels will find it to their Interest to plaoe thoir ordors with tho abovo firm,
ilSSnoly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REIGHENBACH.
rauooEssoiis to tr. t. townsend)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Bacon, Sausage, Kolognag, Bt*.
dnolyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
Tim Columbian Fi-intixg Estaiim-mi'ient 1ms lirst-clnsa faci..tios foi
all kinds of Commercial Printing.   Bill Heads Loiter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of evory description, Posters, Dodgers,
Price Lists, &o.   Prices will be found a. low as at any other offic" where
Gr-t-clau work is dono.
voiUMi. Vit*-»b, ii.
n ■ tmsmsm
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES & RANGES!
Just Received, 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.
in Van oi-ver
THIS SPACE UKLONOS TO
H. T. READ & CO
HAlinWAllI' ME1ICIIANTS.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Hin
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
-tXOSXSSt,*** I.A-W, - - XKJ___JXA.&___lBb.
MJi.IT-O-Ji'A.OTITIMilES   COT
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY
AGRICULTURAL & ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.—All orders Irom the upper country promptly attended to.
dwnoliui]
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, New Westminster.
lewff estminsterlillsW oolen Ooods
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS hll kindsof Woolen Mb'
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
SS?1 The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of tlie New Westminster Woolen Mills.   Patronize Home .
Industry. dmh30tc
i /
EOTAL CITY
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
MANUFAUU'HKRS AND DBAtBHB IN
Ms of uonslifl Dressed Li
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES. NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
js-asn -A-XiX, icixrris on
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames,   Windows,
fflonldinifs. Balusters.
Blinds. Brackets,
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCV AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolOdwly
FlowerFots, Flower Pots I
OK AU, SIZES, AT POTTS!ItY THICKS,
for salo by ALPHKP O, WILSON,
('iiriU'iii-r and Florist, Itoyul Avenue,
New Westminster. A call Rollclted  dim)
To MilljOwners.
OKALED TENIIHS, MAnXBp "I.UM-
n hi-r" will he rend veil liy tho under-
sTKiiod itp to Friday Hie'2nd diiyof AiirunI,
1880, (or llio supply of nliiiuHloo SI. foetof
iMnoh plank, III ft. Inui*, iiu-lndlnK brliltco
timber and nt'i'liiKem for luviii« plank. All
[0 be good Bound Imnljur, free from rotten
knofs, 	
Material to bo  dollvored on the bunk
of tho Fmsor Itiver ut eon von lent 'lolnt--.
Hopnnito prlees lo ho luontl-med   for
cndtir und (lr.
The lowest or uny toiider unt noocKKurlly
accepted,
By order of UioCoiuicil-
  Of D, BWEKT,
<JJlyl7UI O.M.0,
a
•CTOTIOB.
OTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
,   I Intend making application to tlie
.Jonourable Die Chiof CotumlKsloner of
I.nmlH and Works fnr permiHNlon lo leuso
the following described (raols of landi
1. Commenelng nt a stake situated soul h
of a lake lying enat of Deep Bay, Dakota*
tlon Hound; running theneo Tn chnlns
south, thonco 60 chain*, oust, thenee :_)
ehalns north,thonco20ehaliiHettHt, thenco
-10 ohalns north, thenee 110 chains west,
thonco 10 cIiiiIiih north, thenco 10 chains
west, thonco 50 cIiiiIiih south, theneo 40
chains west, thenee to pointof commencement.
2, Commencing aln post at tho mouth
of a littlo stream 110 ehalns south of Tlbbs
Point, HasHi Islnnd- running thenco wost'
10 chains, south 28 chalnn, west 16 chains,
south 21 ohnlns, west 29 chains, north \i
chains, west. 12 chains, north 21 chnlns,
west H chains, north 0 chains, west 72
olinlns, nortii 21 chains, oast 21 chnlns,
south UleluiliiH, cast 00 chulns, north 20
chains, east 28 chains to shore, thenoe
along shore to plaeo of commoneoment.
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
-July 0,1880. djlygml vohvM VitM H
HOW SHE  CONQUERED.
JTrleiulslilp aud Love Won by Iho Luck of
Self-Consciousness.
George Paul, a youngcivilengineer, wlilio
Biirvoyin-* a railway in tlio Pennsylvania
hill-1, met a plain, lovable littlo country givl,
and niurrled lior. After a few weeks lio
brought hoi* homo to hia family, in Nov/
York, and left hor there whilo ho rolurneil
to camp. Marian hod laid many plana to
win tlio affections of hor now kinsfolk.
Blio had practised diligently at her niuaic;
sho was suro thoy would be ploasod to hoar
hor stories of her beautiful sister and hor
brother; sho imagined their admiration ot
hor uow bluo silk gowa and winter bonnet.
Rut tho Pauls, one and all, were indifferent
to hor music, hor family and her gowns.
Thoy gavo "George's wife" a friendly wel-
como, and thon each went on his or her
way, and paid no moro attention to her.
After the first shock of disappointment,.
Marian summoned hor courage.
'•If 1 havo nothing to glvo thom, they
havo much to givo me," she thought, cheerfully.
Khu listened oagorly whilo Isabel sang,
, and her smiles and tears showed how keenly she appreciated tho music. Slio examined
Louisa's paintings overy day with uullug-
gtyg Intorest, diBcussod evory effect, and
was happy if she could help mix tho colon-
or prepare tho canvas. Bho questioned
grandma about hor neuralgia, advised now
remedies, orliBtonod unwearied to tlio account of old ones day aftor day.
When Undo John, just returned from
Japan, bogau to describe his adventures,
Marian was tho only auditor who never
grew tired nor interrupted him. Aftor a
two hours'lecture, in which hor part had
been that of a dumb, bright-faced listener.
Undo John declared that George's wifo
was tho most intelligent woman lie Imd
ever mot. { --..
When Georgo came homo tho wholo
fnmiiywaBloudinher praiso. Bho was a
lino musician; Bho had unerring taste in
art; she was charming, witty and lovable;
but George soon saw that sho had won
Uiem unconsciously; nob by displaying hor
own merits, but by appreciating theirs.
Tliis is a truo story in fact, but tho truth
of its moaning Is repeated wherever a
woman is found who has tho Intangible
quality called "charm," Sho may bo do-
funned or pock-marked, but will win friendship and lovo by lho lack of self-conscious*
ness, by hor quick sympathy with othors.
Many an unattractivejgirl would savo herself much anxiety and vaiu effort nt her
entrance into tho world of society if sho
understood that it was mado up of Individuals each of whom desired to flud not tho
beauty, wit or talent of othors, but the
cordial recognition of their own.
If you cau honestly forgot yourself and
take an interest in others, you will soon find
yourself surrounded by hosts of friends;
but if you dishonestly affoct this intorest,
you will deceive no one. Your dullest companion will recognise you as a snob and a
toady.—Youth's Companion,
THE  PARSON'S PLAINT.
Alt!long!- the Good fllun Wns' III, Uo Could
SUU tiriml tho Poetry Mill.
Tho parson of a counti y church, saya Ilob
Burdotto in tho Brooklyn Eagle, was lying
on his bod, three montha' arrears of salary
was pillowing hia head; his couch wus
strown with tradesmen's bills, that pricked
hia Bides like thorns, ond nearly all life's
common ills wero goading him with horns.
The deacon sat beside him as the moments
ticlcod away, and ben t his bond to catch tho
words his pastor had to say.
"If I nover Bhall arise from tbls hard
bed ou which I Ho, if my warfare is accomplished and K-'b time for mo to die, tako a
mossago to the sexton, netoro I pass away;
tell him fires are for Docombor, nnd open
doors for May. Toll him, when ho-lnys the
notices upon tho pulpit's height, to shovo
them 'neath tho cushion far outof reach
uud sight And when ho hears tho preacher^ voice tn wblsporssoft cxplro, that ia
tho timo to slam the doors and rattle at tho
flro, And tell tlio othor deacons, too, nil
through tlio busy wock, to hang their boots
up In tho sun to hatch a Sunday squeak.
With ateel-siiod canes to prod tlio man
who comes to sleep and snore; und
use the boys who lough in church
to mop tho vestry floor.- There's
another, too, tho woman who talks tliu sermon through; tell her I will not mind hor
buzz—my hearing hours aro fow. Toll hev
to hang her mouth up Bomo Sunday for n
minuto and listen to a text, at toast, without
a whisper in it And toll tho board of trus
teeB not to weep with bitter tears, for I
can't bo any deader now tlian thoy havo
been for years. And tell half my congregation I'm glad solvation!**, free, for that's tho
only chance for thom—between tho desk and
mo. And a farewell to the choir—how tho
namomymomory racks. If thoy could got up
tholr voices as they do got up thoir bucks-
why the stars would bear thoir musloaud the
welkin would rejoice, whilo'tho happy congregation could not boar a single voice. But
tell them I forgive them, and oh, tell them
that I sold I wanted thom to sing for mo—
when you're suro thnt I am doad."
His voico was faint and hoarser, but it
gavo n laughing break, a kind of gurgling
chuckle, liko a minister might mako. Aud
tho deacon ho rose slowly, and sternly tie
lookod down upon the parson's twinkling
, eyes with u portentous frown; and ho stiffly
snld "Good morning," as bo went off in his
iro, for tho deacon was tho leader of that
amiable cnolr.	
UP IN   A   BALLOON.
... ■    . MMteMOT.I
T!dngfl'T Seen and Experienced £ Whito
Flying Through the Clou-Is. ■■.;
To somo extent rain retards upward progress, but I havo mado a number of ascensions lu tbo fnco of storms, writes Prof.
King ln tho Nashville American. Snow,
however, is much moro of nn obstacle, and
In a short timo will accumulate upon tho
top of tho balloon sufficiently to drivo it to
tho earth. Tho clouds aro sometimes as
much us threo thousand feet from top to
bottom when the sky is entirely overcast.
Ofton oven nbovo such a body of cloud may
bo seen smullor cloudB with cloar spaces In
botween. Whon within ono of these Bpaces
thosuiisution is that of being ln a vault
With tho solid, snowy clouds below you
nnd tho smaller clouds below you being by
perspective brought closo around, it appear* na If you were In a cavern.
I havo boen abovo tbo clouds during a
snow-storm, and tho light of tho moon
shining bo brightly through tbo rarlited atr
produced an illumination rather- supor-
uatural.fi havo vory frequently passed
through frozen clouds. This Is whoro vapor
has fallen below tbo frcezlug point nnd
beon congealed Into a substanco roseuiblin g
flour iu appearance. - This falls, and in
doing bo reaches a higher temperature,
whore tho small' particles aro aggregated
into flakes of snow. -:c.-iii;*'-- . ■
Somo clouds, howovor, present very much
the iipiieuranco of a vail, and objects on tho
earth can bo distinctly discerned from a position above tbem.
I hnvo nevor known .of an instanco In
which n balloon was hit by lightning. Tho
thundor doos not mako a perceptibly greater noise than whon you are on tho ground.
The sound proceeds from tho upper layers
of clouds, as doos also tho rain; aud iu
many cases, whon tho lower strata appear
vory violent, perfect quiet thoro reigns, except for such motion as Is produced by the
rain falling through from abovo. Tho uppor currents a**o tho most active, and n oyclone or a wild storm Is perhaps produced
according aa those upper currents descend
to or remain above the earth.
Goat of Private Can,
"Many oxtrnvagaut stories uro in circulation," said Georgo W. Allen to a St. Louis
Globo-Domoorat reporter, "as to tlio cost of
private cars, suoh as aro used by railroad
mngiiutos.opora slu gors,tiiiportcd actors and
millionaires, and I have often beard It stated
that an average Pullman palaco carls worth
$00,000. Stories aro printed about cars cost*
Ing all the way from (100,000 to (200,000. Tho
faot of the matter Is that a palace oar costs
about 112,000complete. Tho make-up of all
cars, regular or speoial, Is about tho samo.
Additional cost Is brought about by tho Internal decoration, and that must necessarily bo limited. I doubt If there was ever a
car constructed tbat obit wore than 136,000.
To exceed tbat figure would require ft decoration exclusively In jewels >tWI "***■	
isiM mm JMWWAk J$W; W^___M_____
THE LATE PROF, PHELPS.
The above Is tipoi trail of tiio lato Prof.
Kit ward 13. Phelps, M. D..L.L. U, of Dart*
liiotith college. TIo wan n slroiig, able
man, who stood high in'tho lllorary and
aolerilifio worlds. It. is not generally
Ictipwn, but It is, nevertheless, the truth,
that Prof. Phelps was llio discoverer of
what fs known to lho mot.ten! profession
and chomlfllH universally 'is Palne's
Celery Oom pound, unquestionably one of
the most valuable dlscovorlos of this century. This romarkablo compound is not
a nervine, nu essence, a nflrsni.urilln.or
any devised nrllclo, but a discovery, and it
marks a distinct stop Itimodfcal practice
andtbotroalmontof nervous complication*'. It in'-; boon freely ndintiled hy Hie
best medical talon! In tho land, ami nlso
by the loading ohoml-'ts unrt ^cli-nll.-'ls,
that fur iK-j-v-rj Iri'iiMcs, iiOiToiis (■•.hiM-i-
tIoii,liiKoiiiiilii,ili-'M:iiy,sfiiill(.vtituh'vi-ii
the (troadeil uml tcrrlhle I'liniiN. ui-iliiug
biis cv.'i* boen illsinvi'i'cl wlik-li i'i-iu-Ih'K
thti ili-^ot'dei-iiint ri-sit ires liniilli equal to
this discovery of Prof. Phelps,
Palne's Celery Compound Is now being
prepared In quantities, and cun bo procured nt any reputable druggist, An attractive, bunch of celery Ih to lie found on
every wrapper. It has hncomo spenltilly
popular union (j professional men, mind
workers, ladies burdened with exciting
social duties and frcquciilcrs of thu leading club.*-.
IrTOTSCIEL
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM TIIK
city Mr. Newton A. While will have
charge of my business, aud hns authority
to collect and disohnrgo nil accounts in
connection therewith, etc.
S.H.WEBB.
Now Westminster, Juno0,1860.    it|ellm2
toertaMIrarj
[Removed frum Shawm to Vioio-iaI
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,
dmliBDmll VlOTOBIA, a O.
THE WESTMDfSraR
try.Yards
JOHN S, COX, Prop.
Light llrnlunns,
Purlrhl'-e Co chill im,
!T    Plymouth Jtu-eks,
White faooBl'kSpcmlah
White Crist ed, Ilia-: If.   nail Gold tin
Poland s.
11 im-in-in-      gllver-pt-Hvllled    Ilnin-
bnrci.
mucin, Hed mid PUl ttumes.
Toulouse Occur.      Iltiitcii Ducks.
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED IKS.
M. R. SMfTH & CO.,
Mnmifaotnrers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment   In Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, tlie Dominion Government, Ac.
Medal nud Diploma awarded at the Col*
onlul aud ludhi.ii Exhibition. London, IK.SA
l-'ACTOHY/---NMaufim Ht,, ,Tiun**nIlay,
OFKICJ3H-57 Fort St., Victoria, Jt. C.
ditpSni'i
This Fine Townsito, ut the Fresh*Water
Junction of the
I'J Mllrs Above Wrshillnsti-r,
Una just been Surveyed, and the Lots
nro for snlo by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
w. mmmm, m, ph.
(bale Partner of John MoVlekor)
MINING ENGINEER, U.S. A PROVIN*
CUI.HUHVI-YOH.ft APBAY.'.H.
Masonic TbmOTiB Rlook, Vancouver,
Hr't. Col.
■Brltclluble reporth, imdiriii'tmii-J mir-
vi'VSimd iiii'j--=(.f min;-. i-.-:i't'tit.-.l ntlow
ralV AKsavsniiideoii nil Mu-l."-f minerals, ■:--!.! nnd silver lairs Tlilily yi-in-w
f\-i-u ili-iN!,- In minlTii* in Asia, Kiimi-i*
nod hl-lli-d --l'»tt-.- tif Uiiei'k'a. Spi.-altM
ten h.-u-miv--*-.   A!.*:iyH fi-om n iiist' -
j)]-oii;|.I!-,  .:li:i \'--- :.'.      .Uiln-.-   Villfoll'
', 11.
dilol7Uj
City Debentures.
fl'.lvN ni.liS WILL HE RECEIVED DP
I in liu.in. MoiHtiiv,.*iepl. Illlh, ror Dc-
buiitmvKoi HieCltynf Now Westminster,
]!.('., 1-i-iii'd tn,dfi-aiiMiorlty of tho "Htreet
ani Park Improvement llohentui''' Ry-
Lnw IS-ll," anmanHnj- lo (83,0011. Uobcn-
tiii-iH ure for fill DIMM eat-h, |'iiyitl-Io 111 GO
yctii*- fi'i'in 171 h June, lWt!l, and hear 5 per
ecu', iiilen-jl, luiyahle uL New Woulliiin-
Meroii li-l d.'tv Jitiiiiaryitnil bit ilayJuly.
llcliri vs will  he ready for delivery Hot.
lut. Tenders lo stnto niiiiilieror Dobep*
lines Mint will ho taken, and amount of
m-i'intim. flint will b" paid,mul to hix-ii-
,[,,,:..-.! "Ti-iiilei- for Dchehtiui-s." ami ad-
iliK.-.-d lolhe under.slunGd. The hlj-hcHt
oranyteiidei-nnt neeessai-lly accepted.
J', ROlMlN,
New wostmliisler, it. C„      Oity.Olerh.
July 17111,1881-.
Ok New Westmisktek, B. C.
Tho ndvnntaf'ea nml prospects of this
Plot for a 'futuro thriving Town are
many,
Tho Land In tho vicinity is good,
Thero uro inoxhausttblo IRON OKK
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, immediately adjacent, ns well aa vast strata of
tho finest BUILDINO SAND and POT*
TBUY CLAY.
On tho Townsito tire a number of valuable MINERAL flPMNQS.
Communication by land and water is
iinerjiinlleil, by reason of the locution of
the Townsito ou tho Fraser Rivor and
tho Southorn Railway, while tho natural
elevation ami lay of tho land oan not be
oxcolleil as a situation for a lino town.
Tho ground ia open and oloar of heavy
timber,
Tho sito has beon selected as one of
tho most important statioua on tlio
Southern Railway, nnd with tlm completion nf tliu road, in tlio near future,
must, with all its otlmr advantages,
spring into prominence at onco.
Those who apply early will have tho
piclc ol tlio Lota.
A clear tltlo given with every pur-
ohaso,
Parties wishing Lots can npply ns well,
on tho premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
tlmyOtc ' PROTMBioa.
In tiic Supreme Court of British
Columbia.
Butwccn WILLIAM TIKT.IKN, Plaintiff
And      .lAMHSKAKLINC, Defendant
NUTICM I*. HF-ltKIIY (JIVKN THAT
an Order tioiirlnif dale tlio iflth clay
of Julv iostaiil. lias luen [•ranted In lho
ii!>ov- aellon, le.'ilialnin-,'tiio Hefendant,
liis sei'viiiili mul fificnl.s, unlil tho trhi] of
the said nition from, timohg other things,
ualrif" tho word "Mainland" In or upon
nny boxen or labels upon boxes of cigars
manufactured by or for hiin,
ARMSTRONG A ECKSTEIN,
Plaintiff's Solieliors.
Ilated 18th July. 1889. dilylttml
A SALIC BY PURLICAUOridNOFTHE
Real anil rerwntnl Kstaleof lhe lato
Du. Loftus H. MiInms will lie held nt
tno CUI.ONI AI j 1IUTK1,, New West minster, R. O .on
Saturday, August 31,1889,
At 7.30 o'clock p, m„ by A. M, Nki.bon,
AueliMioer, whon lho following valuahlo
piMpi-i-iv will bo sold without reserve to
the blsrhofit bidder.
CITV PROPERTY.
LOT HI, BLOCK XVIir—(lOsl.TJ foot, lo*
geflin- villi DWELLING IKIUHK ami
mit-htiuseu, being Ibe re-si deuce of the
lato Dr. L. It Mrliines.
lots, BLOOK G-Merehanta'Sqitare*--
■'filxfiii; foundation piled and capped
ready for buildhifr.
XI9STRHJT PROPERTY.
N. 13, fractional W See. 13, Township ft—
co 11 tal 11 Ing 101 nores. Tills valuable
pleoo 0/ land i-i bounded bylwiuidary
I lay on tlie easd, uutl by a Ba*"'bttod road
on thenoi-lb; Lifeneedou twosliloa.und
foragrieiilttii'iil purposes cannot bo surpassed by any land in tbe province.
E. '.'of E. y,atSec,8,Townships,being3-j
mile In width by 1 mile In length; containing KID aere:-, nnd having nbont 10
ueres under fence, a dwelling houso
18x2(1 feel, a barn 30x50 feel, and sheds
adjoin Ing. Much of the above bind Is
open and very easily cleared ami excellent for agrlculi urai purposes.
\V. 'Aot R %otftec. 8, Townships, bet 118
'4 mile In width by 1 mile In length:
containing 100acres limbered land; noil
flrst-olass quality,
N. E. 1<{ BocSSU, Group I, containing 40
acres timheivd land lylitgH^inilesfroiu
C. P. R. and a miles from Port Moody.
PORT MOODY TOWN PROPERTY.
Sub-dl visions of Lot 201, Group I (Murray
Proporty).
Fractional Lois I'A .'I,       Bloek2
Full "    12, 111 A II,  "     1'.
Fractional   "    fl, "    3;    hall
required by 0. P. H. foot settled for].
Full Lot 7, Blook 0,
»  13,    "     6.
Sub-divlslons of Lot 20.', Group I (Olark
Property)*
Lots «, IJ. II AH. Block?.
"    l'l ,v Iii, Illoeli ii; ri'ntilred by C. P.R.
[not settled for].
Sub-tllvisloiisof Lot :03, Group I (Heaven
Properly.)
Lola 15 A10, Blook JI,
PERSONAL PROPERTY.
1 Home. Harness, Buggy, Cutter, Saddle
A Itridlo, Jewelry, Hhot-Gun, Olllco Furniture, Surgeon's Chair, Instrument.*,
Drugs, Medicines, Medlcnl Htx-Iti*, Ae.
J. A. ROBINSON,
ililylflld B.xecutor.
G. BYRNES,  -  AUCTIONEER.
_->___o-vx_srax-i.x.
TOWNSITE OF HASTINGS
Now Wostminstor District.
Thursday, Aug.  Iff,  1880,
AT 11 O'OLOOK A. tt,
I II AVE BKEN INSTRUCTED BY TUB
Hon. Chief Commissioner 'if  Lands
and Works,on behalf of tho Provlnolal
Government, losoll by Auction,
AT VANCOUVER,
Townsite of Hastings!
KO BLOCKS OF LAND.
Ranging from 2_ to j acres onch, surrounding llastiiigs Purls. ThoKi* I'Iim-i.n
an; situate ou the Easi, Wesl uml Srinlli
sides of this linn I'm Ie, which euniaiis ii;il
acres, This) properly Is mi a nice elcva-
I'lon nbovo Bumii'd Inlet, ami overlooks
this magnlfleonl bin lair, nnd may bo considered the linest Residential Property of
the Oity of Vancouvor,
. ALSO-—-
OO BLOCKS OF LAND
In tho same Towimbip, extending notitli*
wanl from the aboveiantlH, and rangtim
from III lo •__. acres eat-li, taklr.g In the full
width of the Townsito.
—ALSO—
Xr-tv Wostmlnster District.
Eighteen qiinrior-sootlons lnXbts835,H)Hi
:!-tl, :i:v.', I in. lift, as per nnipof the his*
Irlcl. 'rinse lots uio well ailnpled for
niii'lculluriil, dairy or oivlmnl }>ii]iioseH,
mul on (iceotintof tlich'elose proxlmlly
to tho ni!irl;el.i(if Vaneonveran I New
Wonlmlustor are desirable properties
for families seeking homes or for In*
vesliiients.
W. C. LOYE,
fuWlt Soot ui Shoo Htki
ntnnirlng Ncntly Oont.  Cork Bole
Work a Specialty.
•taronlers promptly attended to.
Olarkson St., in rear of Colonial no-
tel, next to Hand Bros.' oflloe  dneltc
DRESSMAKING
At HISS JENS1K<,S',
(Latk ok Hnqbahd)
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WEBTMINBTiSK-
BujrSatisfaction guaranteed.     dwfe7tc
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COt.UMllIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
Mr Hallsxactlon guarnuleoil.      ili,'>13t-
Mltlis of llio vnrl'His pmixTllt'swIll ho
l-'iiioil. Tonus Ht Hiile; ono-llilnl vnsli,
nii'-llilnl (I inoiitlis, Imlalioo 12 inniill.H,
will, Inlorest nt rule of 0 por cenl. per annum.
, GEO. BYRNES,
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH MILK
Delivered Pally to Cuslomers In all parts
of the City.
Hotels and Hesluurunts hiipplled at Spo*
eial Uati.-.-i by the yenr.
FRESH EGGS
Delivered at Market Rates.
Orders left  at M.  SiNCJ-Ain'ti will bo
promptly attended to.
WBAVER A, WOODWARD,
dJolUyl Proprietors.
Service Bull.
THE THOnODOH-BUED BTOKE-POGIS
JERSEY BULL,
"Governor Moody"
Will Btand for Borvlco this season at Pclham Dairy, New Westminster, whero the
beautiful net of this snperbnuima! can be
seen uml Inspected.
A few calves for sale.   Terms reason*
able.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
RALPH Booth, Proprietor.
Manager. dmy22to
dJIylDtd
AUCTIO'.'iiLB.
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANUFACTURERS  OF
TIN, COPPER &8KEEMR0N
■WA.XI *E).
WEBSTKK'S UlrOCft (UP-STAUtS),
Front Sthekt,       Nkw WtfiTsuNi-TWi.
HAVING JOST OPENED IN TIIE
abovo line, werespeotfullysollelta
share of the trade, and trust by careful
attention to orders and moderate charges
lo merit the fame. Experienced workmen] satisfaction guaranteed.
EstimatesfiirnlshodfordalvanlBOd iron
Cornloe, Hoofing, Plumbing, ("iis-fittlng,
Stenm and Hot Wnter Heating, Ae.
■jar Eiitiuiico to premises on Mnry Kl.,
In rear of Bank of B, C. dwinhtitc
IP YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
dOAIt-ASKFOKTHE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
ok™, mainland.
*3"They aro not only mado of the
Choicest TobUCGO but they are of
Home Manufacture, and should ho
patronized by all good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HOLBItOOK BUILDINO,
COLUMBIA STREET,        HEW WESTMINSTER.
(lwI7noly
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PE0VISI0NS.
 ALSO—
* WEIL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRYCOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
LUNDBOHM'S BLOOK,
,',»i,iiiii,Iii Street,      New lVcstmlusler.
 nolil'vly	
Britisli Oolumliia's Exhibit
THE   OOMMITTKR APPOINTED TO
prepare nu Exhibit from Now Westmlnater for tho
Toronto Industrial Exhibition
Ib anxiousloaeeitrd sueh a collection uh
will do Ju-Hire to the resources of Iho city.
Any person in the city orolfiOWht-io who
ban, or e.vpeel.s to have before Ihu date of
the Exhibition at Toronto, such articles as
arc deemed worthy of being exhibited,
will confer a favor by communicating, an
soon as posNlblc, wlih sumo member of
UlO Committee, All articles taken forex-
|l tbl tlon will lie packed and sent freo of
oil Urge tothe exhibitor. The local com-
inlliee is composed of the following genii emeu :-■
Fish and Game—J. A. Laldlnw-Kaq,,
Alex. Ewen, Esq,, am) P. 0, lllrrell, Esq,
Aoiiioui.TuiiAJ. and HoitTii-ur-TtntAr,
Pnunvoitt—'flios. Cunnlngliam, Esq., W.
Wolfenden, Esq,
MlNKllAI-S   AND   MANUFACrrjlIES—J. C.
Brown. Esi|,,H. V. Edmonds, Esq,
PnonurrsoF the FoRBST—H. Elliott,
Esq., J. B. Kennedy, Esq., II. McNuir, B«q.
JOHN HENDRY, Chairman.
l>. UOU90N, Secretary, tlwjlyilmi
North British
"FIRE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
capital,   •   si5,i»oo,(iO(Mio
InltscrllieO Ciutlliill, ns nt lllsl DrclKIS,
|I3M,000, Flro I'miil ami Bcscrvo, «i,-
812,720.   Not l'ri'iiilmiis, 18S8, **,0I0 ".10,
OF  LONDON.
Capital,    •    $0,733,000.00
UATKS   AH    LOW   AS   ANV   OTHEB
COMPANIES I101NI1 BDSINES8
IN UB1TISH COLUMBIA.
J. O*. T-^QTTES
Agont tor Now Westminster City
ud Dlstrlot. dieSSto
m*_mmBimm
t
CITY BREWERY!
A.1&!   jflLl-e!
Tho Very Best In lho City Its liicwcil hy
JOHN W. ANDRZEJEWSKI
At tbo City Brewery, Agnes street.
Orders left at Dickinson's Butcher Shop
shall hnve prompt attention. (JIvcusii
trial and Judge for yourselves.
New West., July 13,1RSI). dJlylSto
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
Temple of Music I
Is the Placo to Buy Flrst-tJlnss
PIANOS a- ORGANS
A i Mich Prices and Terms as will Suit
Any Ucn&ouahlc Buyer,
For prices antl terms, apply lo CAR-
TEWS TEMPI.K OF MUSIC,
Vancouver. It* €*
•?m Hunt Ings St. WeM. dnplOtc
MU ILLS!
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANUKACTUHKII8 OK
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
S3r ABSOLUTELY   PURE,
HILLS ill Korlli Saunlcli,
f.LLNUl-aCl
330.339 CORDOVA BTREET,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Importers and Dealers in
MACHINERY
OF ALL DESt-llIT-OKS,
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
 dwdc20tn_
Canadian Pacific Railway,
PACIFIC DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
LEAVE  OBLEIIS   AND   SETTLE  ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WSABF.
 d-nygflto
J.W. WINGE8
DKALEIt IN
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
Dono on Short Notico mul ui Reasonable Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Alwayi! In Block.
Orders lett at the C. P, N. Wharf will bo
promptly delivered. limli-'ilc
WIU. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster, Bnt. Col.
X5T Highest Price paid for Furs and
Beer Hides.
Correspondence Invited. »a.Telophoiio
Call No. (I. iljnKto
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot ok Douglas Stiieet, Near
Columbia Stiieet.
J. FEIM-.IISOA., PROPRIETOR
F
OWNERS AND MASTERS OF VES-
sols nnd other ("raft, nnvl-'atlue the
Fraser Hlvcr aro oatlttohod to keep within
the Buoys painted Red and White, respectively, at the Mission Hridirc,asdur-
Ini{ the construction of the Bridge, navigation between lhe hanks of the Itiver
ami the Buoys la dniigeron-.", owlni'lo plles
bdlng driven there.
II. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent.
Vancouver, B. 0„ 7th Mny, 1880,   dmyfitc
Plants for Sale!
ORIlEns TAKEN FOR FRUIT AND
ORNAMENTAL TREES,   Including
nil the lending vnrlnties ol
Apples, l'cars, Plums, Clicrrlcs,
 AI.HO	
SMALL III! Its of over-- iloscrliilloli.
Iliinqiicls, "Trrntli- ninl (Irossei mnilo
to onlor. ,
(lilwnpSyl p. LATHAM.
entral Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWART # CASH, IM10PRIBT0KS
J.J.WILSON,  - MANACEB,
ltntcs, $1.(10 nml $1.50 |>n- Day,
ACCOKDIKfl TO ROOM.
SPECIAL RATE8 BY THE WEEK OR MONTH.
065* rurtlos supplied with nil binds of
ICE-CREAM. dmylnrt
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
-jcnrlj Opposite thii loleiiliil Hotol,
r
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Rl!  l.ARGKST AND   CHOICKST
assortment of nil ikserlptioni ot
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly ou hand, and supplied to Fain.
•lies, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Farmers, Attention!
THE UNDERSIONED HAS
FOR SALE
Miilliwnck, II. C.
31 Farm IVnisons.
18 Duck lloiirils.
1 Span well mtiti'liril 4-ycnr old
Black Horses,
il Single Driving Horses.
(I (lows and Calves.
10 Head Steers.
1 Trotting Wagon.
US' A Full Uno ol Cooking Stoves,
Heating Stoves, Tinware, Hardware,
Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, Crook-
ery St Stonowaro, Clothing, Hats A. Cops,
Drugs, Farm Implements, Houso Furnishings, Furnituro, antl tiio Largest Lino
cf Boot, and Shoos ahovo Wostmlnster
and tlio most Completo Stook of General
MorohnndlBo.
COME   AND   EXAMINE   AND BE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS.
Jyl0dAw8m
tUESH   BREAD,   CAKES',   PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc.
Hotel nnd Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders  promptly attended to nnd
delivered lo any purt of the city.   ilinh28y
, G, Monumental Works
Con. Columbia and Churoh Sis.
New Westminster, Brit, Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or Granite of Rest Quality,
COUN Rlt     POSTS     ANI)    CURBING.
N. It.—Junt. recoived—tlio finest assortment of Smtrli ('rjiii'lr.lIoiiiiirienl-M-V.r
noon n British Columbia, which will bo
sold ut prices putting competition out of
tlionucslfoii.
dwtpwiyl ALEX. HAMILTON' PROP.
TIME    CARD.
c a*, sa*. oo.
The Fino FlrstrClnss
Str. William Irving
Will Leave tho C. r. N. Co.'s Wharf,
BTHBT
Tuesday,Thursdays Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHIUIWHACK AHD WAY PORTS.
Reluming Evory
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
Whni snlllclont  Iniiueement  offers she
will proceed to Hurl''nud onauoh
occasions will leave her whnrf
at In. in.
Connecting with t hoc. r. N. Co. 's Steamer
for Victoria.
JOHN IRVING, Malinger.
T. h. BRIGGS, Agent,
New Westminster. dnplltc
Time Table!
.-5&3&6I THE STEAMER
MSSWEKt DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER every Monday morning at 7 o'clock for Nnnaimo, via Vancouver, reluming Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
Leaves Westminster overy Wednesday
at7 a. m. for Nnnaimo direct, connecting
with Island railway and Comox steamer.
Leaves Nnnaimo for Vancouvor on
Thursdays and Friday-* ami returns same
days.
Leaves Nanalnm on Snturdny at 7 a. m,
for Westminster direct.
For freight or passage apply on board,
or lo T. L. Uiiiaos, C. 1*. N. wharf.     dtc
M.A.McRAE
iHei-clinnt I niior
BEAUTIFUL RANGE OP
Black & Fancy Worsteds
BU'lpod and Check
SUin,FMl&DV£IHS
for m'hino and summer.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
CoLtr-tniA St.,   •  New Westmikstkr,
VIOTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOR SALE!
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, **■
Rice Meal,
FOR CATTLE FEED.
dmiiSOiuO
Boots and
AND WHERE TO GET Tti)(3M AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN
COLUMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses & Children's
Ami Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
U3T 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,
dwto SI Colum-fela Street.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
ZDZS i*. T.TIB   IXT
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stook of
Dry Ooods. Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, &c.
aaCBN'B     AD     BOATS'      »TTIT».
Groat Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS,  POTATOES, LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
N. B.—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission. M.Order-1
from tbe Interior promptly attended to.
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
''OHtmlalsioTi-slKbiit-d-oeUMinthu I OMtnta earn O-Hn, 0-*-*-p-tl--i,
Iroconiint.odltump-rtor*o-air"Mor'P''o» I fSfff !P*"**J!!"**te!!- fSPlSSS*-. t
WB»Oift>r*l»1BiooU-«,H.T.  \'t____\__e-*iimmiilal___i.
Ted, ClKT.tm Cowi-rr, 77 Murray Sttw*, N. Y.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Land § Investment Agency
(LiHimrj 1
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLEB A. HOLLAND,
J'
lli:AD OFFKF.:
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street.
LONDON, ENG.
The Business ol ALLSOP A MASON 1ms
been merged In tho above Company nnd
will be carried on by tbe Company from
tbls tlato as a genornl Lund Investment
and Insuranee Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low
Rates. Town Lois and Farming Lands
for Salo on euy terms.
Victoria, B.C., May 18Lb, 1887.  dwJlyS
Mainland Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed 1 Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PRE'
PARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Special Low Batei.
g-f-jjgg ul AU Kinds it Teunisg
Done at Shortest Notice.
Drj fordwoed delivered to any partof
tbo City.
Onion-by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
»B-stabIes noarly opposite C.P.R.Depot, Colombia St., NewWestminster.
tijmitc      QILLEY BROS, ft""*-
Feed,LiyerjiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. m7 wise,
**?riOI?*BI*H!TO'B.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSKS
forHlre. Hacks call nt nil Steamers
and Trains. Special attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may be left at the Office of Mathers A Mllllgan, Commission Merchanls,
Front street, Now West, dso21tc
MERCHANT TAILORS,
WISH TO INFORM THE PKOt-LE of
New Wostmlnster thnt tbey have
ro-oponod lhe storo lately occupied by
Messrs. Woods, Turner A Gamble, and
are now prepared to execute all orders for
TAILOBING
A Una llne nf Cloths Jast received,
consisting al nil the Latest De*
eigne from European Markets
MR. J. A. MnDOUGALL will attend to
the cult Iiik, nud Is a practlofll mechonlc
of twelve yean'experience In the United
Stales; also two yeara as foreman for
Messrs. Gregg A Son, of Victoria.
Satlsfaotluii guaranteed,
Oslimma Street, Oppoiite Bank op Mohtieal
new westminster.
ojeiitnq
CAUTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
public not to have anything to do
with a note made by mo on the loth day
of April, 1888, In favor of one C. A. Buchanan, payable at New Westminster,
April 16,1889, as the said note was obtained under false pretences and is not
collectible. DONALD McRAE.
JylTdwl WnrnocK Station, B.C.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll a duly certified plan, profile and
book of reference of the Mission Branch
nf this Railway were deposited ln tbe
Laud Registry Office of the District at
New Wostmlnster on the 17th day of June,
■TW. H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent.
Vancouver, B. C, 27th June, 1889. dJe29m
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(Direct from tho Springs.)
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The Only Genuine Aerated Mineral
Water on the Market.
The above will be delivered in New
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with F. O. MCCARTNEY,
Commission Agent,
Douglas St., New Westminster,   djlyfttc
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A. O. F J. McMurphy, sr.
To Public School Teachers. ...iS. I). Popo
Notico to Contractors O. \V. Grant
ci--.
now   bun
a and thu
extent's" "here
firm
ii all
Is dense tvit.li smoke, For a few hours
thi* morning thu smoku was no thick
that llie opposite sido of the rivor was
coinplulely obscured and river craft
wa.'. obliyi-il in move nlonif with great
cam iu order to avoid accidents. The
fin- that started up, on Friday but, in
tho iiiiBh between tho railway track
and the Cuijiiithim rivor spre'td so
rapidly and with sueh headway that it
crossed tlie track yesterday afternoon
an;! ii< now destroying the lino timber
tt) the nortii of tlio lino. A small
burning tree fell oil locomotive No. %
last nigliti but, beyond nlui-mjiie every-
bmly on llm train, did no damage.
Thu bush and graea lire on Lulu Island
eontiiitioa lo hum, but docs not gain
much lu ad wuy. Throughout, Surrey
bush lives are numui'oua and soino ot
IliLiti threaten to bo veiy  destructive,
The Alasku Trade
TeSlaila News.
The Vancouver syndicate have ultimately decidod not to go on with the
development of the "Golden Slipper,"
nnd other claims bonded by them from
Messrs. Tohbitt, Troo, Etiasnu, Proline,
Millor and otliora. It is a matter for
oiucoro regret that such a decjaion
should bu ai'i'ivod at, ns wo fear it will
serve to throw a damper upon all othor
milling claims upon thu island. The
thirteen men employed by lho syndicate havu done very little real work on
thy "Golden Slipper" ns far aa opening up the ledge is concerned—*nt least
ton of the iiitinhor having of lite boon
employed in "flhepherdiiig'' other
claims. Tin.* remark as to the amount
of solid work dono ou thu above claim
id equally applicable to tho rest of the
Texuda ledges. Thorn aro rumors
ailo-lfc of men with monoy oil thoir way
to inspect tlin islnnd with the intention
of investing Inrguly if Lho inspection is
satisfactory, "So mote it be."—
Courier,
 m.._.       ,.       r..r,.^r.  ..f|...        ,        •    W.^U^    ^
i am.
THE  CHURCHES.
is u in ma ri cu ur floiiic ol' Ihe Uly Sitiuiiiim
Mjiohi-n Nundny.
A new piano for ealo at Wni.Roidi's,
Front streot. to*
All tho fashionable iced beverages, at
the "Hub," noxt tho "Queen's."   *
Oj/lo, Campbell & Froumnii ale advertising a groat sale for the next
throe days.
A fow nets woro run over by
steamers this morning. Lazy Indians
wero tho cause.
A cnuplo of runaways, fortunately
without serious result caused, a little
stir yesterday afternoon.
Walker <fc Co. havo Sappoi'ton Lots
near Now Hospital nud Ross-Mac-
lareu Mills at old prices. *
The str. Rainbow left for Nanaimo
this morning with 30 tons of freight
aud a number of passengers,
The chairman of the park committee
is calling for tenders for the erection
of the new exhibition buildings.
The dense smoke which prevaded
the atmosphere this morning delayed
the steamer llithet for an hour.
Tho str. Gladys left for Chilliwack
and intermediate ports this morning
with 20 passengers and n fair freight.
Tax payers should remember that
the month is drawing to a closo and
that the rebate on taxes ospiros ontho
Slst inat.
Yesterday waa tho warmest of tho
aeaaon; and the hottest in tunny years.
In the upper partof tho city tho thermometer registered 93" in the shade.
The polico appeared- in their nuw
uniforms nnd helmets, yesterday for
thu lirst time. The uniforms am
handsome, and a wonderful improvement on the old onca.
Attention is directed to thu miction
salo of the lloyal Ci-lumbi.-tn hospital
situ and buildings, which will be held
at 8 o'clock this evening. This is a
spkndid opportunity for investment.
Mr. W, H, Lowis laid on our tiblo
u'.-niB of the largest raspberries we have
seen thin season. They were about
three times tho size of the . ordinary
berry, aud us usual in auch cases, come
from an unknown variety.
Tho salmon catch to-dny wna fully
up to the general expectation hut tho
question now is "will it bona good tomorrow?" A few of the boats had
caught as many na 200 Hah by noon,
though this waa the exception. On
the North Arm tho average catch was
small, but in the riiror proper the general
average waa moat sutiafactory.
Aid. S. L. Kelly is busily engaged
iu lifting up hia ice manufacturing ma*
ohinery on Spratt'a wharf. The works
will ba in operation in a few weeks
and a good supply of clear ice will bo
placed in the market. The machinery
to be used is the beat procurable in the
eastern markets and a largo trado in
frozen salmon with California and
Eastern Canada will result from tho
enterprise of our worthy citizen.—-
Times,
Tho str. Rithot arrived from Victoria this morning with 135 tons of
freight and tho following passengers :
Mr. and Mrs QuartroBso, Mrs. Daw-
eon, Mies Broaburst, Mrs. Miller, Mrs.
R. Kerr, Mibs Kerr, Mrs. Loo, Mr.
and Mrs. E. D. Beck, W. A. Roubsqru,
II. Wood, T. R. Murray, J. F. Bone,
Mr. and Mrs. Steves, Miiw Peck, Mra.
Harrt-tt, Mr. and Mm. Corbould, Mra.
Farrou, Mrs. Honeyman, Mra. Hutchinson, Mrs. Boy in, Rov. Cakwell, O.
Teebris, B. Gets*, J. A. Clark, II. B.
Lewis. S. h Hart, F. B. Hoord, D.
E. Brown, W, McDonald, W. Morri-
Bon, H. 3. Brady, J. Church, Warroll,
Fiiirbuirn, McGirr, Davis, D. Rowan,
McDonald, Farquhar, Cochrane, Par- |
meter, WeBtouman, John Dooly, L.
Guichon, Rev. P. Wood, J. Gorigh,
Cupt. Feooln, C. F, Todd, C. 0. Wor*
ford, A. Ogle, G. W. Kennurd and 33
othors,
Speaking of tho increased travel and
trade to Altiflka, Capt. Hunter of tho
steamship Geo. \V. Elder, said to a reporter nt Scuttle : "A few years ngo,
one Bteauioi', the Idaho, waa ablo to attend to it all. Now thore aro livo
largo atunmt-rs running to Alaska.
Three of those aro ongagod in carrying
passengers and two in transporting
freight. Why, overy time 1 go up
there (he Elder carries 1,100 tons of
freight. Next montli the Alaakn peoplo will begin to ship down their canned salmon, and every steamer will bo
loaded with it for the next threo
months. In a few years the Alaska
trade will give employment to twenty
ateameri instead of five as at present.
It will be the greatest summer resort
for tourists in the world in a very few
yeara. There aro so many wonders to
be seen and tho voyage ia such a nnfo
onu that mnny tourists now go to Alaska two or threo seasons in succession."
Osooyos Sates.
PERSONAL.
Jat. W. Harvey returned from Victoria yesterday.
Capt. Tatlow, of Vancouver, waa in
tho city this afternoon.
Mis, F. G. Strickland is enjoying
tho sub. water at Plumpers Pasa.
B Springer, of the Moody ville Saw
Mill Company, wna in tho eity to-dny.
MisB Cochrane, of  Kamloops, is In
tlio oity and will be the guest of  Mrs.
Jamea Kennedy for a few weeka,
li, Douglas ami A. J. McColl returned from Whatcom this afternoon
They were accompanied by Mr. Notion Bennet
II. M. Stramberg, B. A,, left this
afternoon for Skamous, and will spend
■ couple of weeks in that viointy
bunting nnd fishing.
W. B. Robinson, travelling freight
■gent for tho O. R. & N, Co., who had
been sfcying at tho Queen's for a fow
dayi, left for the Sound yesterday.
A. VL, Green 0. E,, who has boen at
DalhousioN. B., in connection with
tho O.P.R. arbitration matter, has
arrived homo after enjoying a vory
tiiio trip.
Win. Nelson, of Maplo Ridge a
pioneer of British Columbia, ia visiting
his friends in this oity. fie anys tho
farmers in the Maple Ridge suction
will harvest good crops, in all but
potatoes, whioh will be short for want
of rain. ■   -   I
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Mr. Harry S. Pittendrigh arrived in
the city a few daya ngo from Osooyos
and brings much interesting news concerning thnt disttict. Tho big strike
in rich gold bearing quint-* thnt wna
mado in tho mountains near Oanoyoa
some months ngo still continues to pan
out rich, and a good many prospectors
nro scouring tho mountains in search
of similar ledges, Mr. Pittendrigh
brought; down a bu tuple of gold-bearing quart's takon from the Brown
Beat mine, owned by Wilkinson &
Brum ley. The native gold sticks out
from the ruck amazingly rich, aud if a
a ton of such quartz could be takon
from the mino it would pan out $10,-
000 iu puro gold. The owners of tho
mine uro highly elated with their
"strike" and expect to make their fortunes out of it. A shaft iu being sunk
uud aa far aa tho work hna proceed-id
the ledge holds ita richness and size.
It is acknowledged by all miners to bo
far ahead of anything yet discovered
on Rock creek. The Wild West mine,
owned by Hunter and Stophena, ia al-'
so [Miming out very richly, and §75,*
000 has bueu offered for the claim, but
refused. Assays of oro from this
mine havo readied ns high aa $3,000 to
thu ton. The owners have run a 100.
fuot tunnel into the side of thu mountain to tup thu ledge, and thu quartz is
said to bu fully aa rich as the lirst
strike on thu surface. Thero are
many .splendid investments awaiting
capitalists in this district.
On Ruck creek very littlo ia being
dono at present and most of the claim
owners are holding back awaiting tho
results obtained by Mr. Douglna, who
is bringing in machinery to crush the
oro taken from his mino. Tho claim
owned by Mr, Douglas is very rich,
hut not more ao thnu many others on
the creek, whoso ownors, unfortunately, ure unablo to develop them for
lack of capital.
Ruin 1ms been light through the district this summer and crops havo suffered a littlo iu aomo sections, hut, ou
the whole, the harvest will bu aatiafactory. Tho cattlo wore novor in butter condition than they are at present.
GrnaBhoppcra havo uot put in ah appearance.
The peoplo of Osooyos want a jnil
vory badly and tho government ought
to pay thom a polite attention by
building ono, Horao thieves, marauding Indiana and other criminals are nl*
lowed to wander about enjoying all
the sweets of freedom together with
the pleasures of thoir crime*. Tho
ncuroat constablo ia 30 miles distant
from the settlement, und there is littlo
use reporting unlawful proceedings to
him as the culprit would bo Biifo in
Undo Sam'B country lung beforo the
peace preserver oould reach him. And
if a man should happen to be arrostod
there ia no gnol to put him in. The
government should givo this mattor its
immediate attention for there is no
telling how aoon a jail, and a largo ono
too, will bo badly needed.
Police Court.
Bo/ore Capt. l'ltlondrlirh, J. P., and Mr.
Rhorllt' Armstrong.
.loliu Andrezjewski, oharged with
unlawfully nnd maliciously biunking a
drum, tho property of tho Salvation
army aud valued at $7.
Mr, Eckstein appeared for tho do-
feudant and aaked for a remand of a
week na tho information was laid ou
.Saturday and the summons not served
till lato iu tho day, which did not give
timo to notify tho 15 witnesses the defence proposed producing. The renin ml waa granted.
John Strattron, charged with being
drunk and incapable was fined 81 and
cop la.
itmtlifel Comox*
A barn belonging to Mr. G. L.
Drabble waa destroyed by firo at Comox laat ovening. In tho barn wm
stored a largo quantity of hay belonging to Mr. Horace Smith. Both the
building and contents wore totally destroyed. Our informant status that a
youug child built a tiro alongside the
burn, whioh quickly reached the barn.
The child ran to the woods, and on returning snid, "I'll not do it again, Pin
io sorry, put me under tho pump,"
Rather a severe kind .of punishment.
The feu on Messrs. Drabblo and
Smith ii heavy, there boing no inaur*
■nee.—JV« Press,
HOLY TllIXITV.
His Lordship Bishop Sillitoe, tho
rector, conducted the norvicea at Holy
Trinity ohuroh yesterday morning.
The subject for the sermon was found
iu lho first opiatio of Pater, 3rd chap.
10th and Ilth versos : "For he that
will lovo lifo and seo good days, let
him refrain.Ida tongue from evil, and
his lips that they speak no guile, let
him eschew ovil and do good; let him
seek peace nnd pursue it." 1 suppose
there is Bcnrcoly anything moro important to the universe, including God
Himself, than pence. Pence seems to
bu something God Bets prior to anything olse; peace wna what He intended iu the garden of Eden, and in sending forth tho Princo of Peace, Tho
reason, I am told, for this is tho unity
and peace that must exist between
Himself and Hia people. He knew
poaco was tho beat and richest inheritance His peoplo could have. We
havo here a moat woudorful association
of duty, and wu neod to know God intimately. How indulgent Gud is; He
lays down something nhvays of advice
to His poople, for instance : "Honor
thy father and thy mothor that thy
duys may ho long in tho land that the
Lord thy God giveth thee." Do many
among us look ou poaco in the right I
way i Do wo bo regard tho precious
peace that wo must act it up beyond
all other things 1 I am afraid wo have
n poor mid low estimate of the valuo
of peace. Our prayers should bo for
ponce; and it Ib net merely that the
lips Bhould move iu prayer, the heart
must move also. Wo must be always
endeavoring to aid nur own prayers;
what would be tho good of praying if
wn deliberately attempt to go againat
our own prayer'. Wo must sow peace
if we wish to reap peace. Peace is a
thing that belongs to our own endeavors; «0 enn mnko peace--it ia iu
our own hands, Peaco is tho fruit of
tho Spirit, and it will como to ua if ws
wilt open the door of our hcnite and
let the Spirit in. In the church of
Christ what do we find in thu way of
peace 1 Wo find the church divided
into 300 sects, pulling in all directions.
Is it not rather ludicrous to find the
church trying to chriatianizo the Clu-
n'eao with fifty kindn of ohristiajiity !
I Is tins peace-within the church whon
wu lind it broken up into .so mnny
different aetata.' For all this wo must
uot epeak uncharitably of other sects,
but need we say, "Brother you aro
just aa well nil as I am"—no, wo uro to
believo if we are faithful to our ohurch
that it is tho only ono brought down
iu purity from its establishment, and
wo may not budge from our principles.
I think I mny ssy further that we are
bound by our obligations as churchmen t ■ arm ourselves with a knowledge
of our church, bo Hint we cau givo an
nnswer to anyono at any time. I hope
shortly to give a fow addresses on our
church which will show that tho
church of England to-day ia the purest
and truest in Christendom. Tlioro ia
also parochial peace, and iB thero such
a thing aa diaeord and anger under
our pariah roof 1 How ia pence to be
brought horo? "Be ye all of one
mind, having compassion oue on another, lovo na brethren, be pitiful, bo
courteous." Thero ia a remedy for
peace; let everyone he content, and let
not euch ono assort himself abovo another. We ought to bo more courteous outwardly, nnd restrain our
tongues from ovil, for how many have
lot their tongue lead them into
trouble. True politeness we Bhould
all practice. Wo must have peace
within ourselves, and that is tho bost
preparation for death; and wo must bo
spiritually minded iu all things. It is
by God's ordinances that poaco is
spread, and in aomo mysterious wny
which cannot bo explained, aud if you
seek it God through Hia ministry is
willing to givo you that poaco.
is coming when  He  will discaM ua.
Who will aay God does not rule tti-tlay,
Great Brilian aud other nations Would
seem to bo undor Hia rule; there are
good men in authority, and good , men
keep them there; the Bible ia the secret of their greatness; tho outcome  of
the wars thoy engaged in worked to a
purpose for God-tn opening up  countries, such as China, India and Africa,
to the influence aud teaching of Christianity.    Events seemingly   Againat ub
prove oflimcsa blessing.    Thu separation of the American colonies was one,
it proved a blessing in  teaching tho
mother country a lceaon, to  give  ear
to her other colonies; and  wo aru feeling thu benefit of that separation   today, by ihu consideration given us  by
tho mother country.   America haa had
her work, Gud ruling  there,   and  all
events passing now tend to  ehow  the
coming of au amalgamation audi aa the
world tins nevor yet acen,   when  tho
words of tho lexl will come with greater force and whon tho spiritual  kingdom of Christ will rulo in men's heart--.
Man  is inclined to be ruled by some
one, good or bad, and the world is full
of mou ambitious to rule,  but  their
rule and influunce can never  bo  liko
that of God.   Which   will   wo  allow,
mun or God, to rulo over ua  uud  determine our deatiny.   Men rulers aro
unsafe; I refer to moral and spiritual
rulers, and not to civil ruler-s.   It  ia
our duty to obey tho  civil  power  so
long as the laws of that powor do  not
conflict with tho laws of God, thon we
muat bo liko Poter, obey God  rather
.than men.   It ia dangerous to put ourselves undor the power of man  to  be
ruled spiritually.   Is not thia the great
rock on which Protestants atruck and
caused them to protest against being
led by ono man and the laws he would
forco upon ua contrary to the word  of
God?     The  reason  also   why    the
Orango ordor was inaugurated, end ia
not this the cnuao of the groat  agitation now convulsing the  oattern  provinces, that they will not stoop to be
ruled by a foreign  administration, by
Rome?   This agitation will spread and
bo tho moans onco nnd for all of putting a stop to  this demand   for man
worship, nnd I  trust that  God   will
guido tho local organizations  iu  thoir
labors to thia end.   As Protestants we
have spoken out iu  no  unmistakable
voice, protesting against this ono man
rule, and thia voice was repeated when
this church waa organized, und I  tell
you that tho intorest is ao  great  nnd
tho feeling ao strong,  going  through :
all Protestantism, that it is convulsing j
tho whole Dominion.   This ono  mnn I
rulo crushes out the manhood by  tho
dictates this one man puts forth  uud
tho jbodionce ho commands  to  hia
behests.   Again, will you allow Satan
in any way to rulo ovor you?   Rather
allow Christ to rule iu tho kingdom of
tho heart.   Paul points  to  a  futuro
and certain reign,  full  of lovo  and
kindness, no higher principle  or  administration.   We ask you to bow   to
tho will and wiah of Christ alone, and
pay. homage to Him alone, and crown
Him Lord of all; and, walking iu  his
wny, you will find poaco and  joy and
nt last, the desired haven  with   rest
for evermoro.
Wholesale City Market.
Beef,     per 1001
Pork "
Mutton ■'
Potatoes,uew-'
Onions "
Wheat '•        , "
Oata "        '
Peas "        ;
Hay,       per lou  	
Butter (rolls) per It......	
Cheese, <■     ' ,-
Ksfis,       perdoK ,'."..'.
Cordwood (retail) per cord-
Apples, per box	
Hldcs'Br'ii'por 100 lbs	
, (dry)
Wool, per Ib  ."™       fr®
■3 J I))® -.50
7 503 8 60
<   8 001 0 t0
lflOtf
50@ 100
1 tin (^ 1 50
15Q(i$ 0 00
I SiS-a
1 50Ttf 2 00
12 00 (§16 00
0 26® osr
0 14 (3 0 II
0.20<§     SK.
8 011(3   HID
800 1 60
4<J0@ (-00
5 00(3) 0 00
""     10
J9Le
BET-**
* SPECIAL MEETING OF COURT
A ton! Dufferin, No. 8801. A. O. P., will
be held in tlie Foresters' Hull, at 8 p.m.
on Wl-.nNESDAY-3-lt.fc Inrtt. Every member In expected to be present.
J. MpMUUPHV, ftr.,
djly23ta Secretary.
Tenders Wanted*
TENUKItSWIU, BE BECKIVED BY
M. (I. Tbuhuni" up to 12 o'clock noon
on MONDAY, Will Jnly. for the erection
ol a Dwelling Houko ut Sapperton.
riaiiH and specifications may bo seen at
N. C. McKcen A Son's store, Front street.
TholowcBtornnyteudomotiiGfiCBsiirily
accepted, dJIyZithi
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
exlBtlng between O. R. A T, Acker*
until, under the namo of Ackerman Bros.,
haa been thia duy dissolved by mutual
consent, O. B. Ackerman ri-lirlm* from
the lirm.  T. Ackerman will '-till carry on
the business and collect all debts due tho
drm and pay all bills against thellrm,
O. B. ACKERMAN.
T. ACKERMAN.
New West., July 22nd, 1889.     djly&to
i_________iM^___\M^___________i
F.J.U&C0.
BANK BUILDINGiS,
Mary Street, NewWestminster, B.C.
|Tku:i*!Ioni! No. '",.]
14 MARE ROAD, HALIFAX. EH LAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS ANO AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE OROKERS.
London mit! Lancashire Fire and
Brlllali Kmplre Life Inanrnnoe
Companies.
AT«*r WealiiilnBlerBulldliigHacl-'ty.
AceouiitmifH Oflice, DIoueNC nf N.W.
Cily Auditors, l«80, IR-H and 1888.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLINU OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
and other mouetary transactions,
Havo aovoral sood Investments on tholr
books, and all now comers will do well to
call before doing business elsewhere,
dwfldely
vuttiim vim. i-i.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
THE DATE OF RE-OPENING THE
Public Schools next term has bnen
cuam-ed from AugURt.'ilh, IK.sn, to August
12tb, 1680. 8. 1). POPE,
Superintendent Educatlou,
Education Offlce, July 17th, 1889.  JIy22w
st, pauiAs uui'iicir.
At St. Paul's (Reformed) Episcopnl
church last evening tho Rov, Thoa.
Haddon discoursed on pait 17v., 4th
chap. Daniel—"Tho Most High ruleth
in the kingdom of men." Ho spoko na
followa: Ood nlono ia great, HiB
kingdom ruleth ovor all, He is the
greatest ruler iu thu universe, and tho
day ia coming whon all other kinga
will bow and tremble tn His presence,
when "overy kneo shall bow and overy
tongue confess that he is God." Somo
poople believo that everything that is,
ia beat. I do not, hut I believo that
out of tho influence of passing events
that God will attain Hia purposes, and
though mnny thinga seem tu discourage
they aro yot working up to the improvement of man's position in this
lifo and for the higher kingdom. Nations havo thoir birth, their growth
and development, their deolino nnd
fall; tirat thero ia freedom and conao*
quent glory, then wealth is accumulated, thon vice starts in, then cornea
the fall. When tho Jewish nation waa
inaugurated, Ood had something to
any in tho matter; they hnd no earthly
king, God waa thoir king, He gave
thom thoir laws, and instructed thom
in both their temporal and apiritual
affaira. God took a special intereit in
the world, hy the many mosaagea He
sont to them by His servants, and had
man been antistiod with thia atate of
things, it might havo boon in existence
to-d.iy, and the world havo been bettor
fur it; but man, changeable, desired
another mode of administration, ho becamo proud, wanted a human king to
rulo, und asked Samuel to appoint a
king; hu appointed Saul, but ho only
did it because they had determined to
have a change; ho did not like the
chango, and (old them an, and pointed
out how God's angel' thoroat would bo
manifested. In answer to Samuel's
call tho thunders and ruins wero aent,
nnd tho people trembled. The Jewish
nation had iti course, ia now disponed,
nnd despised by the other nntions of
tho world, no matter where they go;
and to-day, if we diaoard God, tno day
Au account of a tcrriblo tragedy in
tho county of Borthier haB reached
Montreal, A Montreal peddler named
Piorro arrived thore and put up at the
house of a friend named Lambert, the
only occupant of the houae being a
fifteen-year-old daughter, tho reat of
the family having left for Montreal,
During the night two masked men demanded admittance into the house.
Piorro fired ou thom, killing both, when
it turned out that tho dead men wore
n father nud eon, neighbors, who wero
indulging in a practical juke.
It. C. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fund.
For the purpose of raising a fund to
coutributo towards the patriotic and
worthy object of making the noxt annual provincial fair, to bo held in this
eity, a grand and unprecedented success,
the undersigned agree to contributo the
Bums opposito thoir respective names {to
bo paid Into tho association or to trustees
competent to receive the same, on or before G months from the date of the last
provincial exhibition, and to bu applied
to preparing exliiliitiun i*ioundH and
buildings in the city, for increasing the
amount offered En pmes, nud for furthering tho exhibition in other ways):
Sharpe & Pnlnu, Lulu Island    10 oo
Ii P Eckstoln   io oo
II W ArmstronK    I'MW
F It Glover. -    10 00
Walker* Shadwell    10 00
Claud number. „    10 00
I'l-tiTdiant    10 00
A  J Hill    10 00
Capt A  Granl    10 00
J H  Macdouell    10 00
W C Loye    10 00
F G Mtrloklaiul    25 00
Gilley Bros    IM 00
Nil •A'cbb    UntO
T Cunningham  no oo
n-nilfiM-n Bros, Chilllwhack    10 00
A B Wintemute    10 Ou
Per Ex-Mnyor Dickinson 212 K,i
Annie M JiiqiieH    10 00
■u
rPBNDERS, ADDRESSED "CHAIRMAN
X Park Committeo, City Hall, Now Westminster," will be received up to 4 p. m. of
FRIDAY.JnlyUfilli. forthe erection of mi
EXHIBITION: BUILDING Iii the City
Park. Each tender must be accompanied
by a deposit equal tofi per eon I. of u mount
of teuder. In tno event of a contract being
let the deposit wilt be retained ns part kc- .
eurlty for lho duo performance of tlio j
work. Tlio deposit will ho returned i<>
unBUccessful competitor-*, but. will bo forfeited by tiny bidder who may decline lo
execute a contract If called upon in do so.
Plans and spec! fleet lout1 may hn aeon at
my Offlco, Mnry slreet.
Tho lowest oi any tender not iH-ct'ssirily
accepted. G. W. GRANT,
Architect.
Westminster, July 22,1880. djly22td
civio   MOTICE.
Closing of Begbie Street.
mil AT PORTION OF BEOBIE STREET
L   tying between Columbia and Front
Htreet-' Ih hereby declared  closed   until
Auguat 15tlt, IHS'J, it being under repair.
Hy onlor of Board of Works,
J. G. .TAftUES,
Chairman.
Now Wesl., July lfl, 1680. tlJlylOU
<j
Jas.Ellard.Co
WILL SELL THEIR REMAINING STOCK OF
AT   COST,   FOR    CASH.
FOR THREE DAYS!
G-EEAT    SALE
Jas Ciiniiiiii-liiiui  50
aranta* Hagalrom  20 00
.1 W Ki'.xsmllh  ;io oo
Rov .1II White „  10 00
II Douglas  INI 00
KN .Scoullar A l.o,-..  F5 00
W C Couth-nit  2.1 00
T M Cunningham..  25 00
A E Rand  25 00
Ackerman Broa  l" 00
Hold A Cnrrlc  Si". 00
H T Read A Co  ft) 00
W H Thll-autleau  15 00
Giant A Maolure...-.  10 CO
Ogle, Campbell A Co  20 00
HIHMOBIPTION9 I'AIM.
The Columbia* fioo oo
WJ Armstrong  80 00
G D Brymner  20 00
Stewart a Cash  25 oo
George Turner  10 00
Young A Terhune  10 Oil
Torhuiio A Co  10 00
A DesBrlsny  15 00
I' Bllndoau...  10 00
Next!
hambrays
X*'- C^-st^jc^Jbt^JzLJ.
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, M.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES,
A full line of Spectacles & Eyc-ClllSSCS in stool, rubber, ailver arc ,-t-id
ica.   Tho finest Pebbles made, $i pur pair; all nights suited.
Having It
mca.   Tho finest Pebbles mado, $4 per pair; all nights suitei
Spoojal attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS.
■jjiuuiu-.   avunilVH-11   (JIVBU   HI    I'lHl'i  UALtill   lifil'AlliN.      IlaVUlg loai'll*... tilt)
businoss thoroughly from some of the finest Horologors lu England, aud ainco then
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a few of the bust firms on tho cnntl*
nent of America, Is a sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 yoars of tho well-known firm of Savago k Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate,
JIontkeal, Dec, 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Eaij,, Chairman oi
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, saya: "I never found a Watchmaker who did ao
well for me aa you did when in Montreal, and lamaq**i-y«ou aro not hero to-day."
dwapWifl,'"*l'ra*r*- ***
WHITE   EMBROIDERIES.
•sea «*C3 M JM M__
Seersucker at 6c per yd.
FOR ONLY THREE DAYS.
Ogle, Campbell & Freeman
MASONIC BLOOK.
Wholesale and Eetail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTEB, 11. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    ■    Oolumbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
Meteorological Rf*inrt for Week linillu**
•July '-fUtli.  IM89,
Sunday 7o.O
Monday „.. 72.0
Tueaday 7J.5
Wednesday si.l)
MAX.   MIN.   RAU
BttO
f,9.0
58.0
Thursday 810     68.0
Krldny 81.0     BIM)
Saturday 8J.0    600
Clear and warm.
         A. I'EEiiB, Capt'n.'
Dr, Child's Pile Ointment instantly re*
liovea and permanently cures Piles, Pruritus and all hot and itching soros and
eruntiona, N, W. agents, D, S. Curtis
ft Co. dmy28yl
SUMMER GOATS!
-A.T COST.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
isrEi-w ■w-est-m:i-n'st-e3-r.
djlylOto
Wi&B,
When Baby w$» ifok, we ftr* btr Cutoria,
When alia wu • Child, the cried for Culerla,
When sht becuae If Im, ab* dang to Cutoria*,
Win abtbid OUIdna, tht pmVhtm Cutoria
no AKD OF TRADE. Board Room,
D Oddfellows Hrlck Block, un-stalra
Council meets on tlie flrat and third Wednesday lu eaeh month,at 4 r>.m. Quarterly
meetings on the 22nd of Foil,, May., Aug.,
and Nov., nt 7:-t0 p. m. New members
may bo proposed and elected at nny Quar-
lerly mi-otliiK.-*V. ItoBHON-Hec.
Rooms to Rent.
nURNIflHKI) ROOMS TO RENT, IN
JJ M. Gray's houae, on Provoat Stroot.—
Apply on the pramliM, djlysto
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
SIALIB  IXT
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Labrador KCerrlngre,
2t£aclsexel, Salt Cod,
^.rrrao-ar's "CTric. "Harris,
^.rrao-ar'e "CTnc. Bacon.
•F'lo'ar.. Bran. Sliorte,
•JTHIOHEST PRICES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE,
-un-H-i* Sooullar.Arm*rtrong Blook, Columbia St.
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
XXXO-XX-OXaJlISB
DRY GOODS
—ASD—
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARCH&
OUR ^.-N-lSrTT^.L
CLEARANCE SALE
HAS COMMENCED.
S-peoiEtl Bargains.
WALKER & SHADWELL.

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