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Array QOTOmmontJPrinting offic.
Columbian:
VOLUME 7
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 27, 1889.
NUMBER 23
AIIMSTRONO A. KCK8TB1K,
.ABRISIEBB, SOMOITOKS, ETO.-
, Masonlo Building, New Westmin-
r, B, 0. dwmy'to
-.    W. MORMAK BULK, Q. C,
UItItISTEB-AT-I,AW,I,ANDAGENT.
> Monoy to Loan, Office-Olarkson St.,
' w Westminster, P. C. die
COSBOUM*. Met Oil. A JKM.VM,
lAUItlBTEBS, SOLICITORS, etc.   0111-
i  cos—Mnsonlo Bullillngs, Kew Wcst-
^uster, and Vancouver, B, 0.       dwto
j A.O, BBTDOKB-JAOK, 01. A.,
rOTABY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,
I im. Bnrrlstcrof llio Now Bruuswlel-
premo Court, oilice In the Hamley
lldlng, Columbia St., opposite Llio Col-
Jul Hotel, dMlgto
l'OSK.1'11 11, GAYKOll, U.A„LI..B.
(OLD MEDALIST of the Unlvcrsll} ol
t Dublin. HAimiBTEU-AT LAW of
»11 Igb Court of Justice, li-olniul. Oillces,
rnor McKenzie A Clarkson Sts., New
cslinlnstcr. uwfc21te
A. J. HOL-II3S, D. 1). fi.,
UROEON DENTIST.   Orudnoto of tbo
MlKully performed. Rooms B A 0, Bank
IB. 0., Columbia St. Houis-S lo 12 a.m.;
'fl to 0 p. in.  djlynto
a. w. miANT,
\ BOHITEOT.  Olllco-C'orner Mary nud
iter,   uw
tjarkson Sis., Westminster.
dwto
CLOW 0. AlAOLUltlQ,
iltC'UITECTS.    Ollleo-Room E. ovor
' Hank of B. CColiunblnSl.rect.West-
fusler. die
Wll.LIA-1  It. KIND,
lltCllITECT.SANITARYENalNEER,
Ao.  Komovod to Armstrong's Block,
tumbln Streot,   Westminster — Room
dto
W. THIBAIIDBAV,
,AND SUBVEYOB AND DRAUGHTS-
'. man. Hamley Bloek, Now Westmin-
>r, »■ II.  dmylgto
A. I'. t'OlTOX,
lOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
1 SURVEYOR, Oflloe: Room D.Bank
C. building, Westminster, B.C.
*■ v.. rrrri'MHti'-ti,
EAL E8TATK BltOKKR diul County
I Court Ajfent. Commissioner, Notary
fcjllo, Ao. Honts collected, Otllce—Mc-
AUle Street, New Wost minster, B. C.
m V. J. TltAPP,
iWlONERil AND APPRAISER.
| Columbia Htreet, Now Westminster.
I commission1* will receive prompt
; euroful tttU'titlon, Host rofereuoes
nn wlieu roqulreil. mhl2*tc
V. C. MCCARTNEY,
JMMIS9ION AGENT nml Customs
* Broker. DourIus Bt,, NowWestmln-
'. Acont for Harrison Springs Aerateil
iter; Vancouver Steam Dye A Cleaning
irks; Carters' Patent Organs—"tliewon-
■ of tlio nge."; Dominion I'lanos and
runs; Johnston's Patent KnlBomlne;
vanaCigarKaclory; Mon Insurance Co
live stock, Ae, Employment Agency
Ice, A soloct lot of Toilet Artioles anil
igglsts* Sundries for sale. Noxt. door to
Icory, djlyato
TUttNEH, UKNTOX A, CO.,
fERCHANTS. Wliarf St., Vlctoiln.
L Agents for Nortii British and Mor-
itllo Insurniico Co; for Mainland, H.
Jkkton & Co., .'13 l'iiisbury Circus, Lou-
, E. C. dtc
nierial Fire Insurance Co,
"        OS1 I*0"JST*DO"N*.
1 '.ll'ITAL,       ■       £1*000.00(1 Hlg.
'"jiles as low ns any othor Tollable Com-
-iles doing business In Brlttsh Colum-
'.      _,     •     W.3. ARMBTRON*"*,
|1y3to Agent for Now West,
. ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
vil Engineers, Land Bur-
[oyors & Draughtsmen.
• BEAL ESTATE,
ANCIAl, SHIPPING A COMMISSION AGENTS
'  I'lre, Life A Marine Insurance.
■jmbiaSt., - Orr. Colonial Hotki.
t."
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
dwJlylSto	
RAND BROS.
fail, ESTATE UUOKEHS,
Convey ft it ceri, Collector!,
And Iniurance Agent*,
»
-iii
sat
NEW WESTMINSTER: Comer
McKenzie nnd Clarkson Sts.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street,
r-ONDON.Eni-litlid.
UILDINO LOTS for salo 111 all secllons
'wioouvor and Now Wostmlnster City.
ARM LANDS of superior Quality for
i at CD Ml whack, Port Hammond,
igley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay,Lad-
'.<- Landing, Lnlu Island, North Arm
L Pitt Rlvor.
-iips aud Plans exhibited and tho full*
Information furnished at alt ourotOoeBi
V. BOVILL,
ARCHITECT
 AND	
eal Estate Agent
IW WESTMINSTEUl-Ofllce, Macken-
j*io Stroet.
'ull List of City and Suburban Pro*
•ty.
'urlli'iibir attention pnld   to Farming
nils.
Lccuralo  Information  to correspond*
ilwmyOyl
erson
DRUGGISTS.
re and Fresh Drugs
■^Xt-BX-XTXIXXim,
atenfc Medicines, Eto
f PHYSICIANS'    PHESUiniOHl   CAREFULLY
Compounded.    .
leplione Communication.  Night Boll.
dfoZFto	
"
W. Building Society.
IHE SEMI-ANNUAL GENERAL
I Meeting will be held In llio COURT
pUSE, on Salnnlity ovenlnu next, till,
<ly. 1881). nt. 8 o'clock, for the purpose of
jolingolllcorw and oilier Itusluoss.
_y ordor, WALTER J. WALKER,
Iy20ld Soorelnry.
'm»rMJMmji_mi
NEW WlWrStlNHTEK, 1). C,
July Kith, 1RS0.
i the Employee., of C. 3f,i Sheitfe tt at,
Und tho New Wctt mi niter Southern Ji'y
"*, ojif^ alt persons; concerned.
Tills lirm having assl-mod nil Us Intor-
Its lu Urillsh Columbia to tho Now Wosl-
.liiHtor Soiithorn R'y Co., nnd that Com-
iny having assumed Ml of Its liabilities,
niiloyocsof this firm and tho Company
111 roport_to tho Prosldojit of tlio said
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of nil kinds of the best malm; 4'rosS-cllt .V Ilmitl-Saws,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, nnd all the necessary Utensils tor Farming!
Pulley Blocks, Snntch Blocks. Hoitc & JJIinlu in all eizes; I'llcli,
Tar & Oakum; Tarred and Plain Paper for 'S-illdlng; Paints & Oils
In all colors: Liquid Paints in all shades; Floor Paints ready to uso; Grind
Slimes; Wall Paper iu all designs; Itl'OOIll;] Ai BrilSlies for all purposes;
Lllbrleattllf' Oils? Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements.
ttr Special altoution givon to orders hy mail.
•x1. t. i:'£Zji>.:s=>'j_p so co.,
(lwjly.lto Cor.u.MiiiA Stihsbt, New Westmikhtkb,
GRANT & MACLURE.
msi
NEW   WESTMIN STER.
New Spring GoodsI
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
S-    MA
>:*.!.'*-£-?
lOIST's
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street, ■ New Westminster.
ilJIj'ISllll
. M. SHEAFE A 00.
HyEuiiKNnCA.NKli:i.i'.
•J^-All Summer DRESS GOODS and MILLINERY will
be sold AT COST.   Now is llie time to secure HARGAINS.
dtc ■2^LXZ3. ****Tv*"_M:. *B^.*E3.
Heal Estate.
insuranc
i^CSrEKr^J?^,
OX-X-XOXU3U
NEW WESTMINSTER, ^^en0^-??.1-
VANCOUVER, coranbebrot°t0??°rveaEta8nd
—AND—
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON,   ENG. .07 CANNON ST.
Farming Lands < Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia ami Front Sts,,
in central portion of tlio city* soveral
builiUngs bring good vent—S'-^.OOO.OO.
Lot 4,* Blook 7) near Lytton Squaro,
611x132 foet, fronting on Columbia anil
Front Sts.-S0,000.00,
Cornet*Lot on Columbia St., 33x(iG foot—
$4,000.00.
Also—Lot and Building with stock of
Goods, ono of tlio host hnsinc-is stainl.i
ia the oity.
Improved Residential Property
Lot 15, Blook 13; two liousnH runted At
paying figuro*)—$1,500.00.
Houao and Lot on Lome St, near Col-
umbia-51250.00.
Lots 4, 5 k 6, Block 10: -rood houae,
garden, ko,; choice residenco property
-S5,250.00.
Cornor Lot mi Columbia St,; fenced uml
cleared-SI 500.00,
Houso and Lot on Columbia St.; ono of
the finest resiliences in tho oity—97,*
000.00.
Houso and Lot on Roy.il Avenue, near
Douglas St.~S2,000.00.
Houso and 3 Lots, corner Royal Avuiuo
and St. Patriot's St.; no better raii-
donco sito in the city—310,000,00.
aero, with 7 houses, near the Park—
$0,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Block 28; cornor lot on Agnes Bt.;
lino residence sito—S1200.00,
Lota on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avonue—3500.00 each.
Lota on Montreal, TJouglua and Halifax Sts,, near Clinton St.: tine views
and woll situatetl—8350.00, $375.00,
$500,00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton-
880O.0O.
Lot 0, Sub-Block 10; fine residence lota-
5250.00.
Lots on Pellmm St., near Mnry—$000.00
each.
Lot on Pclbnm St., near St. Andrew's;
fine sita--S500.00.
Lot on St. John's St., ueiir Melbourne—
3350.00.
Lot in St. Andrew's Square -§300.00.
Lots iu Blook fronting on North Arm
rond; finest chance iu the market for
rosidonco or speculation—?125.00 to
§175.00.   '
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 11, Bub-Block
12—$00.00 to §125.00.
Lot- in Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Btock
13-S100.O0 each.
Lots in Wostmlnster Addition at $15.00
to SG0.0O.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies, A marvel of
purlty.HtreiiiilhnmlwholeaomeneHS. More
economical tlian tlio ordinary kinds,and
cannot bo sold lu com pot I tlon with the
multitude ot low tost, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold onlyln cans.
KOYAX.BAKING I'oWBER Co., 106 Wall Bt,,
New York, afoly
Rooms to Rent.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT, IN
M. Gray's house, on Frevost Htreet,-—
Apply on the prenih-en, djlystc
Farm for Sale.
LOT 27, BLOCK I NORTH RANOB 0
Wesl, r.iiln Islnml, nt 11 Imrgaln.—
Apply lo RAND BROS., or BDWAKD A.
BHARPE, Lulu Island, dwJeWm]
ML.M_S_?
STORE ON FRONT STREET, 111 rear
of ArnistroilB's Brick Block,   l'osses-
slon given 1st AUKllst.
Apply to     W. J. ARMSTRONG,
clJIy-Jto BhorllT.
First-class Prairie Farm
FOB B_A.Xj3E3.
SUPERBT-Y SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, North Arm, Fraser Rlvor; containing 200 luiicH of the finest farming land
In tho country; nil dyked, well improved,
good buildings, good orchard (bearing).
For further information enquire of
MAJOR & PEARSON,
dmy2DU* New WeBtmlnster.
WANTED.
ONE   THOUSAND   CORDS   OEDAR
Bolts, four to seventeen feet long,—
Apply to
dtc  ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
WANTED.
rpBAOHEU FOR BOUNDARY-BAY
L School. Address F. F. RAITT, See.
Hoard of Trustees for Boundary Hay
School, Ladner's Landing.       djlyistio
Piano Tuning!
Mn. .1. K. UN LAV SON. from Broad-
wood A Sons, London, mngliiniti and
Biol nwny A Sous, New York, now at Car*
ter'a Temple of Music, Vancouver, will
attend to orders left at. Mr. Zed. H.Hall's
Storo, New Westminster. Tuning, 83.
 djlyiml
IMJOfi & PEARSON
Renl Estate Brokers nnd
Fiunuclnl Agents.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life Association of
Toronto.
lloyal and Lancashire Fire Inmr-
ame Companies
sa.Valuable Lots for sale ln the City
and District of Westminster; and choice
Lots In the City of Vancouver.
Persons wishing to buyer sell city or
rural property should eommnulcato with
UR.
Offices: Bank of B.C. building, opposite
poHlofHce,WeHliniustcr,aud Hastings St.,
Vancouver. dwapitttc
T.ilM&Cfl.
DRUGGISTS
Queen's Hotel  Block,
nkw westhinster.
ilia
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY*,
dupltc
Lowitai Harris
SO co.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 ANH	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact nil Business relating to
Real Estato.
—AGENTS POR—
london Assurance Corporation,
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of
Hartford.
London nnd Lancnsliiro Lire Assurance Co.
Canton Insurance Office, Id. (Marine)
OFFICES:
Columbia St.! New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwseMyl
SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY.
A biennial prizo of 3000 francs
was left by M. Plante for French
electrical students.
No less than nine patents relating
to improvements in tho phonograph
wero granted Edison July 9.
Dr. Gratlenigo, of the University
of Padua, has successfully transplanted tho cornea from the cyo of
a barn fowl into a human eye.
According to Mr. G. H. Verral,
F. ll. 8., thero are about 100 species
of mosquito in existence, of whicli
eight or ten inhabit England. No
specially tropical species is known
iu Britain, bui a well-known British
species was recently found in Mexico,
Even rain-water may not bo
nbsolutoly harmless. An epidemic
presenting hitherto unknown symptoms hroko out ah Bio do Janeiro
last March, and Dr. Doimingos
Freire has been lod to suspoct a
poisonous principle washed down
from the atmosphere as the cause,
The first attempts ut cultivating
American cotton iu Central Asia
failed. From a Russian work it
appears, however, that since 1884
success lias been achieved in Russian
Turkestan, whore no less than 38,-
700 acres wero devoted to this
crop in 1887, and three times as
much in 1888.
The scientific book of tho year
will probably be S. H. Scudder's
"Butterflies of the Eastern United
States and Canada,'1 to be completed
in Ocotober, Its 2000 pages of text,
with about 100 plates of illustrations, constitute the most complete,
painstaking und delightful treatise
on these insects yot produced.
Tho "miraculous berry" of West
Africa, tho fruit of Sideroxylon
dulcifrrum, was lately exhibited at
the London Linnean Society. Tho
soft sweet pulp with which it is
covered so effects the nerves of taste
that sour substances—oven tartaric
acid, lime juice and vinegar—havo
a flavor of absolute sweetness after
it has been eaten. Living plants of
this and of Thaumatoeoccus, whose
fruit possesses similar properties-
have been received at Kew Gardens.
ASTHOXOUICAL       PHENOMENA. —
The occurrence this year of two re-
markiiblo conjunctions lias been
pointed out. On Sept. 20 Mars
and Saturn will mako tho nearest
approach to each other on record,
and totho naked eyo will probably
appear to coalesce. On Nov, 1 two
satellites of Saturn will mako a much
more close angular approach, attended by phonomena of great interest..
The first conjunction will bo best observed in America, the socond in
Australia.
A Rake Bird.—A lato acquisition at tho British Museum is a
specimen of tho Fregilupus, which
has been tho chief treasure in
the great ornithological collection
amassed by the Count du Ricour
during three generations. This bird
belongs to tho starling family, and
was at one time common iu the
Island of Reunion, but through the
ease with which it was killed it he-
came totally extinct a third of a
contury ago. It is thought that a
total of sixteen specimens may now
be preserved in tho various collections of the world.
Meteohological Confusion.--
There seems to have been a strange
tangling of air currents throughout
tho northern hemisphere during tho
past few months. While a considerable portion of the United States
has been perplexed by tho early
spring and the persistent rains,
equally eccentric weather has visited
western Europo, and China and
Japan havo had sudden changes,
premature heat followed by cold of
great severity, and a warm week in
February broko up the ice, but
Maroh was extremely cold and
stormy, and tho spring the most inclement within the knowledge of
foreign residents.
Aluminium in England.—Sir
Henry Roscoo mentions that 11 third
of a contury ago aluminium was
mado in minuto quantities, and sold
at £3 per ounce, whilo the metal is
now manufactured by tbo ton at
Oldbury, near Birmingham, mid
sold nt 20 shillings per pound.
Previous to 1887 tho world's annual production probably did not exceed 10,000 lbs, but tho works of
the Oldbury compnny —■ covering
nearly fivo acres—now have a producing capacity alono of 100,000 lbs.
The Castner-De ville process is employed. By this method, the production of one ton of aluminium requires the use of 6,300 lbs, of metallic sodium, 22,400 lbs, of doublo
chloride, 8,000 lbs. of cryolite, and 8
tons of coal. Tho fi,300 IbB. of sodium is prepared with 44,000 lbs.
of caustic soda, 7,000 lbs. of carbide
(mado from pitch and iron filings),
2\ tons of crucible castings, and 75
tons of coal. For the making of the
22,400 lbs, of double chloride are
needed 8,000 lbs, of common salt,
11,000 lbs. of alumina hydrate, 15,-
000 lbs. of chlorine gas, and 180
tons of coal; and the 15,000 lbs. of
chlorino gas requires 180,000 lbs.
of hydrochloric acid, 45,000 lbs. of
limestone dust, 30,000 lbs, of lime
and a loss of 1,000 lbs. of mnnagn-
noso.     	
There was a pitch-in on the Canadian Pacific Railway Thursday about
fivo miles from Woodstock. Firo from
tho engine ignited the debris, but no
one was injured. Tho company lose
heavily on rolling stock.
FIFE AND LOUISE.
The Royal   Nuptials Take Place
To-day Amid General Enthusiasm and Rejoicing'.
Dressed in Full Highland Costume
Earl  Fife   Receives   His
Royal Wife.
The Wedding a Very MagniUceiit
Affair.    The  Bride's Dress
and Adornments.
dren Cryfor Pltcher-sCastoria
TUB   UOYAL WIIIHUSU.
Lo.NDk:-r,  July   27.—All    London
turned out bright and early this morn*
liij* tu witness as  much  of  tho royal
wedding ua possiblo for thoso not born
in tho purplo, and though tho weather
was dull, and tho sun  obscured,   tho
Btrceta in tlio vicinity of Buckingham
Pttla.flPi and those through winch  tho
various bodies of the bridal party wore
to pass,.wero gay  with thousands  of
people in holiday  attire,   while  flags*
mul decorations lent a festival appearance to public and private buildings in
general.   All features of tho ceremony
occurred ua promptly 113 could  bu ex*
poctod when so elaborate a  progrmmo
Was to bo carried eut.   The Bona of tho
Prince of Wales and party woro tlio
first to arrive at Buckingham  Pn.aco,
accompanied by tlio crown  princo of
Denmark.   Princes Albert Victor and
Georgo oE Wales and tho magnificently
uniformed officers  of  tho Prince  of
Wales' household drove tu tbo  palace
in state carriages,   drawn   by  richly
caparisoned lioraea, at half past cloven,
aud woro .-received with  hearty cheers
by tho vast throngs  gathered about
tho palace  entrance.      There,  they
awaited the arrival of tho quoeu  and
Earl of Fife, with his cousins und boat
man,   Horace Farquehar, who  mado
their appearanco at 11:50.   The queen
was attended by all tho groat  oflicers
of stato and tho officers of her household, with the exception of tho  Lord
Chamberlain, who was  excused  from
attendance on account of his bereavement by tbe loss of his third sou.   The
queen's party, with its escort of  royal
guards, mado a brilliant spectacle. The
Eurl of Fife  was drossed in  tho full
highland costume of his clan.   Just at
noon,   tho   Princo of Wales,   accompanied by the bride, drove  up in   tlio
state carriage used by  tlio  ouoon   un
occasions when oho has opened pallia*
hiont in person.   Thu procession   to
the chapel waa quickly made up,  and
moved in a gorgeous array to tho door?,
wliich were thrown open at  their approach.    When inside the chapel, tlie
queen war. escorted tothe royal adiit prepared for her majesty. TheEai'lof Fife
ti'ok up bis position at the n<-ht nf the
altar and the Princess Louise of Wales
at the left, whilo tho March from Tan*
houacr pealed .forth from the great organ.   It Wiis'a sight long to bu remembered.   The oliapol itself had been elaborately decorated for  the  occasion,
Stalls and seats for the  bridal  party
wero upholstered  in  rich   crimson,
whilo tho walls wero hung with  bluo
and French  gray   draperies.     Tha
doric pillars woro  garlanded  by  feB-
tuoncd roses und  other  flowers  and
floral  pieces  wero   on every hand.
Those vnrious  embellishments mado
au admirable background for tho superb toilets of tho court ladies and tho
brilliant uniforms nnd regalia   of   the
varioua  oflicora  of  tho  court.   Tho
brido herself  was  dressed  iu   white
satin with Duchcsse train of sumo material fastened to corsage.   Tho bodice
wns cut in "V" shape,  but not low.
Tho collar was of Modiei style, and the
sleeves, which tenched to tbo elbow,
wore trimmed with rnro old lace.   Her
wreath  of orange blossoms was fastened at the left shoulder and carried
across below tho right about the waist,
and serving as  n  decoration  to  the
skirts of  hor  gown,    waa   another
wreath of orange blossoms.     The veil
wns of pointe de graze.    Tho bridesmaids' gowns woro of pointe faille of a
delicate bluish color.      The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dean of Windsor,
tho bishops of London and St. Albans,
and the sub-deans of tbe chapels royal,
who were to officiate, or assist iu tho
ceremony, and who had been waiting
within tho altar rails oinca 11:45, began tho sorvico at 12:15.   Tho bride
was given   away   by   tho   Prince   of
Wnloa.   At tho closo of lho ceremony,
the Bishop  of Canterbury addressed
tlio nowly married pair in a few happily chosen worda.   The servico was full
choral and music,   which  included  a
wedding anthem expressly composed
by Mr. Joseph Bortby.   It was under
thn genoral diieotion of Dr.   Bridge,
organist of Westminster abbey, assisted by Mr. Jey.cll, organist  of chapel
Royal St, .Tamo?, mid the choir of tho
latter.   At tlio close of tho teryleo the
queen and Princess ul Wales iidvanopd
totho altar rails ami, meeting tho newly  woddod   pah*,   kissed  tho   brido.
Then as the ordaii  broke  forth  Into
Mendelsohn's "wedding  mnrch" tlio
preci'Ssion was again   formed   (o  tho
drawing room of tho palace, whore tho
tntu-ringa register was signed  and  at*
tostart by the signatures of lho  royal
wedding party.   Tho wedding break*
fast followed in the state dining room,
the guesti beiiii.'nuiitod iu  (ho suppor
mom with tho Earl of   Fife   and   his
bride.    The royalty breakfasted in a
separate room with   tho   queen.   The
toasts were,  "The Bride and Bridegroom" and   "The   QuftOll,"     Whon
tho guests  rose  from   breakfast  tho
bride antl bridegroom, escorted by tbo
Prince and Princess of Wales, the King
of Greece, Crown Prince of Denmark
nnd officers of tho  household  of  tho
Princo of Wales relumed to tho Marl*
borough houae, via Constitution Hill,
Piccadilly and St diunes' streets.  Tho
streets through which tbo  procession
passed weie packed to their utmost at
every point from which a view could
be obtained with  vast  throng*  who
cheered the royal couplo  nguiu  nnd
again, and mnnifeatod evory  form  of
delight at tho sight of  fhe  beautiful
and happy brido.   Ou tho  route  tho
sun showed itaelf nt interval.1- and added to tho enjoyment nud festivity of
tho occasion.   It wns noted  tliat  the
wholo ceremony   waB extraordinarily
freo from delays or elnohea of any sort,
nnd this is largely attributed  to tho
precise progrnmmo  which  hnd  boon
drawn up for tho coromotiyin all its do*
tails.   Every ono know beforehand exactly his or her placo  in  tho  procession, and thoir   ontiro  function, so
thnt onch event followed .with absolute
smoothness.
OBNE1UL ltEJOlCINO.
London, July 27.—To-night dinners
will bo givon in various parts of Lon
don by tho greatest notables. The
loyal subjects of the queen cannot
culebrato tho wedding of a favorite
princess overy day. So thoy uro making tho most of the occasion. Thero
will be gaiety iu many west end mansions to-night. The common people
also take a deep interest in the event,
and the daily newspapers devote a large
amount of space to the description of
tho gifts and the details of the ceremony.    	
VICTORIA NEWS.
The Koriiicm Salmon Pack Very Fair.
Tiic I'IkIi Itiin LUlit.—I'uuieron, (lie
WrcHllcr, Preparing for HI* Match
wiiii die .idii.
IMPERIAL FEDERATION
ftpoctal to (lie Columbian.
Victoria, July 27.—The str. Sardonyx arrived from tlie north last
evening. Sho had thirty-six thousand
cases of salmon from the British*
Americnn P, Oo. and Windsor P. Co.
Fishing operations are being actively
puahed at Quoon Charlotte banks,
black ecd being veiy plentiful. Tbe
enlmon ran Is light at Naas and
Skeena. However, a fair pack will be
made. Following was the total pack
up to the calling of the steamer at I bo
different points: July 17—Rivers
Inlet Canning Co.', 7000 cases; Wan-
nuck PnckingCo., Rivers Inlet, 6,-
000. July 10—McLennnn's Cannery,
Nans River, 5200 cases; Findlay, Durham &, Brodio, Nans Rivor, 2500;
Cascado Packing Co., Nans, 11500. July
21—Inverness cannery, Skeena, 7000;
British-American Packing Co., Skeena,
8500; Cunningham's, Skeena, 8000;
Windsor Packing Co., Skeena, 7000;
Balmoral cannery, Skeena,0000; Nortii
Pacific Packing Co., 7000. July 25—
Alert Bay Packing Co., 4000.
The Vancouver lacrosse team uro
put up at tho Oriental. They play ths
Victorians on Beacon hill this afternoon. They will bo givon a banquet
this ovening. A good game is expected.
The Victoria lacrosse club talk of sending a team to New Westminster at an
early date.
Cameron, the wrestler, is training
steadily for his matoh with tho Jap at
Vancouver next Saturday. After that
match ho will offer to wrestle McLeod,
of Nanaimo, for any amount.
Tbe C. P. N. officials say the Islander will not leave for Vancouver until
Tuesday morning. She camo out of
tlio drydock this morning.
A tourist who was reported as having fallen through a orevico in an
Alaskan glacier, whilo photographing,
camo down ou fhe "Albatross." The
wholo 1 him* was a put up job to udver*
tide their photographs,
Tho Albatross, tho U. S. fish commission stenmer, has returned front
Alaska and left this afternoon for Pit-
get Sound,
Is Discussed iu Loudou and Another Step Taken iu the Direction of a Convention.
The Kingston & Pembroke and
Napanee aud Tamworth Railways Make a Junction,
The Royal Grants Bill Passes tho
Commons by a Very Largo
Majority.
PERSONAL.
W". L. Fftgan, of Vancouver, in in
tho city,
H. K. Beckett, of Port Haney, was
in the city yesterday.
A. P. Black, of Vancouver, is registered at the. Colonial.
W. C, Haywood, of Vancouvor, was
in the city this afternoon.
L. L. CawBton, . of Somilkamecn,
went ovor to Victoria this morning.
W. C. Coatham has returned from
a visit to the cities on the Sound, and
looks mueh the better for his trip.
Rev. Mr. Baldwin and family re*
turned last evening from Plumper's
Puss, whoro they have been enjoying
tho salt water for a few weeks.
They -named Llberlr.
Wednesday afternoon two prisoners
employed in the chain gang under
Constablo Hamilton mado a desperate
attempt to escape. One waa a man
named Brown, who is serving out a
sentence for the larceny of a watch
from William Ganner. The other is a
negro who was arrested ou the ship
Amerioa tor a cutting affair, and hns
another charge hanging over him for
assaulting Captain Gibson. Immediately on the alarm being given several
partios joined in tho search. Dr. Davis happened along with his dog "Chip*
Vio" and the dog running up to 1. tree
commonced barking and growling,
which aroused the suspicions of tho
guard, who, looking up, discovered bis
man hiding in the branches of the tree.
Being ordored to come down ou pain
of being shot if he refused, ho obeyed,
nnd it was found tho negro, the moro
desperate of tbo two, hnd boen captured. Tho seurch for Brown waa
continued, but up to tho time of going
to press he hnd not been captured.
When last seen ho wna running at full
speed nnder the trestle work noar tbo
Caledonian picnic grounds.—Nanaimo
Free Press.
—,. —    .»» 	
ttmill .liiilirjirllrC'inl Blntt,
lCx-Mayor McLocd Stowart is now
on his way home, having sold the
anthracite coal mines at Banff, owned
by the Cuniidiim-American Co., to an
English syndicate, of which Messrs.
Rothschilds are Iho bankers, for tho
sum of n million and a half dollnrs,
The minis wero originally secured by
Messrs. Hector Cameron and Jas.
O'Connor, of Toronto, for 828,760.
Tho Canadian*American Co. purchased
from thom for 927,000 in cash nud a
Inrgo nmount of paid up stock. Among
the Canadian shareholders may be
mentioned Mr. McLeod Stowart,
Major John Stowart, Mr. Sanford
Fleming, Mr. Edward Griffin, Mr. Jas,
O'Connor and Mr. W, & Scarth, M.
P. Tho whole proceeds of the snle,
after deducting nil expenses of commissions, travelling, etc., will bo divided between the shareholders in the
rate of their stook, It is stated on
good authority that the Stewart family
hold more than one-half interest in
tho property. Tho now syndicate haB
stocked the company for $5,000,000,
and intend to push the working with
.treat vigor. They will establish a
ino of steamers between Vnncouvor
and the southern portion of the continent for tho conveyance of their
coal. Mr. Stowart, who received valuable assistance from Sir Charles Tupper
lu making the salo, is expected here
towards tho end of tho month, nnd
will preside at tho annual mooting of
the Anthracite Coal Co., whioh will be
hold at Banff on August 12.-—I?mj*ti*t\
Job printing of all kinds neatly doue
at tho Columbian office, Prices will bo
found as low aa at any other office In
>h< province— Adv,
IMl'EUIAL FEDEHATION.
London, July 20.*—Another step
was taken to-day regarding Sir Charles
Tupper's proposal for nn imperial convention. The council of the Imperial
Federation League met, Lord Rosebery presiding. Tho proceedings
wero privnto, but it is understood the
council fully discussed Lord Salisbury's
reply to tbu league's request that the
ministers would receivo a deputation.
Sir Charles Tupper, wbo wan especially invited to attend, addressed tho
met ting, Tho couucil finally decided
to postpone n deputation until autumn, when tlio ministers woro freed
from parliamentary duties and would
bo hotter nblo to fully conuider tho
question, Seeing this decision, Mr.
Howard Vincent's quostion iu tho
houso of commons on Monday will
probably bB allowed to lapse.
ATTACHMENT ISSUED
New York, July 27.--Au attachment has been granted on the property
in this state of Georgia Tompkins, of
Niagara,.Ont,, inn suit brought hy
Byron W. Anderson, of thia city. The
latter claims he mado an arrangement
with Tompkins to sell the Victoria
hotel property nt Niagara Falls. Tho
sale was effected for §00,000 and Anderson claims §1,500 commission,
CONNECTION MADE.
Kikoston. July 27.—Connection
wns made yesterday at Harrowaimth
between tho Kingston nnd Pembroke
nnd the Napanee and Tarn worth Railways. Tbo iron will bo laid at Lhe
Harrowsmith ond. Much difficulty
has been found in secuiiug placement
for the piers across tho Napanee river
utYarkor. Six hundred men are
working between Tweed and Tarn*
worth, nnd iu October trains will be
running from Kingston to Tweed,
THE ROi'AL GRANTS.
London, July 20.—-Mr. Gladstone
said ho was averse to practising auy
economy wliich Vould result in impairing lhe dignity or splendor of tho
crown. At his a«o ho was glad to say
he could look back upon n long career
ns a representative of that crown with
a feeling of unaffected pride. He folt
no disposition to criticize thoso of his
frionds who differed from him hi the
treatment of tho quostion, and who
woro disporfcd to view it idtogolher
from tho standpoint of u otild, calculating utility. And for bis owi. part ho
wus uot nslmmed to confess that it was
impossible to luck upon this as purely
a question of pounds, shillings and
pence. He was charged with giviug
wny to sentiment. So let it be. Tho
long years which have rolled up u history for the British crown--ils achievements, its splendor, its traditions, its
dignity, wero all a sentiment, but not a
Bontimcnt he wished to obliterate
Rather did he wish to bcc it take
firmer root iu tho breasts of hia countrymen. Ho did not wish to eeo -the
traditions of tho crown forgotten or its
lustre dimmed, nnd it pniiicd him
more than ho could express to eeo this
house turned iuto u mark ot-placo,
where royalty must dicker and haggle
for what waB rightly its duo. Mr.
Dradlnugh spoke against tho proposal
to incronso the allowance to the Princo
of Wales. Tho veteran Radical spoke
with more than his accustomed vigor,
and was listened to with rapt attention
throughout.
Lord Randolph Churchill followed
Mr. Bradlaugh, aud defended the government demands.
After considerable further debate
Labouohore's amendment was put to
voto and wns rejected by 398 to 110,
Maple Ridge Council.
The seventh regular meeting of tho
council was held on July Oth. Pro-
sent, fhe reeve and Councillors Steven-
eon, Parkiuson, Callaghan nud Isaacs.
Minutea of previous meet tug read und
adopted. Communication recoived
from Mr. Nelson ri road wcrk, filed.
From Harris &. Co., re creamery, clerk
to nsk Harris & Co. to explain tho location of land wanted for erection of
building; from Dr. Fagan, account for
services, clerk instructed to arrange
with Dr. Fagan an tp payment of same;
from Mr. Smed'.y, re statute labor, petition (-ranted. Coun. Ferguson was
notified to examine bridge over Lillooet rivor in bis ward, and have iieies-
sary repairs made. Statute labor
amendment by-law passed third rending. Wm. Nolson was authorized to
cut. and clear brush nnd weeds from
cemetery. Coun. Isnucs gave ui-tico
tbat at next meeting he would bring in
a by-law to cancel gazetto of road on
quarter section line, seotion -0. Tho
following nccounts wero ordered paid :
D. L. Webber, $7-'}.&0; Mis. Smith,
§18.00. Council then adjourned till
next regular meeting.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
A new Conservative paper to bo
called Le Drapcau, will, it is stated,
bo Blurted iu Montreal within a fortnight.
Fifteen Canadian claimants of tho
estnto of tho Into Annoko Juus havo
met and appointed a repreeontativo to
go to Now York iu thoir interests.
The estate consists of property valued
at n million and n half, sixty acres in
tbo centro of Now York, now hold by
Trinity church, and property in Harlem flatincar Now York.
Mrs. Win. Martin, a widow of Kingston, Ont., hnd a savago encounter
with a burglar, who ontered hor rosidonco Thursday night through a back
window. Sho was beaten over the
head with the butt end of a pist 1 in
(he handii of the robber. Marshall C.
Twitcholl, son of the United Slates
consul, was afterwards arrested, and
admitted ho was tho burglar nt Mrs.
Martin's, His frionds say ho is
insano.
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Wbat an idea it would be, to bo
suro, as   has   been suggested by a
local print, for tho whole council to
resign at this juncture.   If now railway proposals are to bo submitted,
it is nothing more than proper thut
all members of tho civic board who
are also connected with the Southern
Railway   Compnny should   resign,
but thero is no earthly reason why
any of tho otber aldermen ahould
resign, and thero nro a great many
good reasons why they should take
no such uncalled-for, gratuitous, and
foolish stop.    Such an action at this
time would throw all the important
business of tho city iuto confusion
ond virtually suspend it for about u
month.   A  month lost now, when
tho council have everything in good
working order, and uro carrying on j
so rapidly and satisfactorily tho extensive  civic improvements which
tho ratepayers so recontly endorsed,
would prove a serious and irretrievable damage for this season nt least.
Tho direct expense, too, of  an  all
round city election would not bo a
trilling item.   One such atiuir in a
year is quite enough, oxcept in most
exceptional circumstances, and thoro
is  not  the  slightest excuse for a
wholesale dissolution of the council
ia tho present caso.   Tha Southern
Railway question, it will be as well
to remember, while  an  important
question, is only ono of tho questions
affecting tho city's interests, and our
city fathers can ill bo spared from
their more important duties eVen to
attend the funeral of tho Southern
Railway, if it should strike a rock
and go down for the last timo (the
indications, wo are glad to say, being
all opposed to such a catastrophe).
In any event, it will be quito time
enough for thoso aldermen wbo ure
not members of the Southern Railway Company to resign when they
are requested to do so by the men
who elected chem but a few months
since.   And no ratepayer, viewing
the niatter, dispassionately and reasonably, in the city's interests, will
do anything to bring nbout such a
costly and demoralizing "midsummer
madness" as tho wholesale resignation of our present city council and
the   election of  a now civic board.
Such an action is not only eminently
undesirable, for reasons which we
have   touched   on above, but altogether unnecessary in view of   any
railway contingency  that  can   bo
imagined.   As tho railway question
is the only question upon which the
ratepayers could havo any desire or
interest in expressing themselves on
just now, that object can bo attained
much   more  economically for   the
city, and equally satisfactorily for
all   concerned,  by submitting   tho
railway   question   itself,   in  some
shape, to tho ratepayers, instead of
recklessly and foolishly knocking tho
whole council into "pi," from sheer
destructivenes3, and giving tho rate
payers   the   tedious and expensivo
job of "setting up" a new one (while
ovory thing else waits on this interesting operation), after whicli tho
samo long-suffering and oft repeated
ratepayers would in all probability
bo called upon to pass on the railway
question by itself, after all.   To put
the caso briefly, if  tho  responsible
citizens—the ratepayers—of Westminster, nfter ascertaining just how
railway matters   stand, have any
definito will on the subject which
they wish put into forco, they enn
impress their will   upon   tho councillors, and have it embodied in tho
final action on tho matter, without
resorting to any such ill-advised, circumlocutory, expensive, and demoralizing cow;> uh the dissolution of
tho  present  city council and   tho
election of an entirely now ono.  No
one would make such a suggestion
out of  regard to tho city's best interests, and wo havo no idea that it
will be for a moment entertained,
Wo may, pot-haps, owo our readers
an apology for seriously discussing
tho proposition.
DAItV BRITISH COLUMBIAN. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. Q.. JULY 27, 1880.
VOLUME VH.-NO. 93.
After reading an editorial article
in the .'/Vines of Thursday, under the
heading   "An   Analogy,"   we   are
forced   to oue of  two conclusions,
eithor ono of which is almost equally
discreditable to that journal.   Manifestly, the Times has either gone out
of its hoad, or it is "codding" most
shamefully and outrageously.' Without knowing which indictment tho
Times will pload guilty to, wo feol a
little mean about noticing its arguments (1) at all.   Nearly a column
of "stuff'-— no other word perhaps is
so oxprossive—-of tho baldest puerility does our  cotemporary impose
upon  its "wretched" readers in un
effort to squirm out of tho, "awkward position" in which its article
of last week, from which wo havo
already quoted, hus plunged it.   To
restoro tno least grain of our former
respect for tho Times wo trust that
it  will whisper, novor so softly (in
some obscure corner of tho papor, if
it doesn't wish its readers generally
to get on to the admission), thnt it
was "only fooling" when it pounod
"An Analogy."   If wo thought that
the Times wns not heartily ashamed
of that article, wo should blush for
oar cotemporary and for British Ool
umbia journalism every day in the
week, until we finally burst a bloodvessel in tho oxcrcise. Uut we must
hasten on to tho analogy itself, assuming iu tho meantime (although
wo do. not believe it) that our cotemporary seriously moans what it Bays.
Wo cannot afibrd space to more
thun notico, in passing, a couple of
ingenious misstatements of our argument iu a former article with .which
tho Times premises its "heavy work,"
nor to follow our cotemporary
through all its pitiful flounder! ngs,
but must plunge ut once into tho
essence of thnt rich—that rank—
"analogyI" We will have to explain,
however, to begin with, that the
Times, to suit its own purposes, or
becauso it can't help it, having "provincial secretary" on tho brain, narrows tlio wholo question down to
a comparison of Gladstone and tho
provincial secretary. Now comes
the very "stuffing" of the "analogy."
Sayu the Times (O, that wo havo to
write it);
bet us suppose that Mr, Gladstone is
an abler man time tlie provincial secretary by two-thirds, and that to a man
of his calHbro eighty years is tho maximum of mental activity. Now, admitting this to bo true, and to be only one-
third as smart as Gladstone would be no
serious reflection on the abilities of any
mini, wc must assume that tho provincial Boorotary bas been unfitted for pub-
lie busiupss this thirty-eight years past.
If Gladstone, beiug a smarter man than
the prov, noo. by two-thirds, becomes
senilu at eighty, then according to the
rule of analogy tho provincial secretary,
knowing only one-third as much, should
ho mentally decrepit at twenty-seven.
To convey our idea moro clearly (wo like
to he explicit in dealing with tho Columbian) wo will sot Gladstone's intelligence
at ouo hundred and tho provincial secretary's at thirty-live aud one-third. Now,
I if a man possessing au intelligence rating
! nt 100 loses full uso of it at SO years,
should it not fellow, according to the
Columbian's mode of reasoning, that the
intelligence which rates at 33& will have
become exhausted in one-third of that
time, or in 2(ijj years, Gladstone's robust
intellect carries him to 80 years; uu in*
ti-Iii'ft two-thirds less ceases to bo pro- I
lific of iilcus in one-third of that time or
twenty-six and two-thirds yeara, Tims
have wc demonstrated that the government is a survival of tbo Inst generation,
and that tho provincial secretary should
have retired from politics some twenty-
eight years ngo, or in other words, wo
are made aware that be was incapacitated
from tho performance of a public function
since he was 208 yours of age.
Our "wretched" cotomporary works
tho redact to ad abmrdum on its own
position in the most pitiably holp-
less manner, nnd lies completely at
tho mercy of tho terrible "analogy"
which in nn evil hour it has so rashly conjured up, Tho "analogy"
itself is a triumphant success in this
sense. It fairly towers over the unhappy conjuror, und, with ten mocking digits tandem-wise beforo each
of about seventeen punchinello-built
organs of smell, the dreadful freak
grimaces horribly at its discomfitted
and "paralyzed" parent. Just gaze
on the following, but not without
first having n restorutivo convenient;
"Thus have wc demonstrated that
tbo government is a survival of tho
lust generation, aud that the provincial secretary should have retired
from politics somo 3S years ago, or,
in otber words, wo aro mado aware
that ho was incapacitated for the
performance of a public function
since ho wus 20§ yenrs of age."
That is just whero our cotemporary's
ungovernable und remorseless "anal-
ojjy'.'lias curried its helpless ovolver
und viotim, but why should our co-
temporary, unless completely fascinated by the hideously grinning
freak in whoso grasp it feebly
writhes, thus glory in its own shame?
Has tho Times lost all respect for
itself, or i3 it deliberately insulting
tho intelligence of its readers] There
aro soveral sido-lights which might
be thrown upon our cotemporary's
"analogy," with most interesting
effects, but wo spare our renders, today at any rate. A general glimpse
of "the animal" is sufficient, No
analysis is necessary. The "analogy" is as large us life und twice as
natural. And so this is "An Anal*
ogy!" Wo trust that tho Viotoria-
city fathers will loso no time in
passing a by-law to prevent it from
running at largo, We hope that it
may not escape to the mainland and
play havoc among our Vancouver
cotemporaries or run foul of tho "internal calculus" of the organ in this
city. It should bo promptly strangled und stuffed, and 'put on ice in
the provincial museum, or added to
the bear, wolf and 'coon combination
in tbo Beacon Hill park zoo'. But
what was the Times* proof-reader
thinking about to let it get out?
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I.nml Surveying In nil ttsl'ranchesac*
curntcly and promptly carried out.
City ami Suburban 1-antln fur Sale.
We can show n complete list, of desirable
localities.
FarmingLamta, improved nnd unimproved, throughout the district,
Kilning and oilier stock bought and
sold.
Money to Loan on first mortgage nt
low rntea.
Telkpiionr CAI.i* No. 33.
P. OvDl*AWBR W.
WOODS. TURNKIt & GAMBLK,
Office, Eluho'I Block,   •   Columiia Street
new westminster.
dmb.t-ito
PIOJVXSBZl
HARDWARE
H0*~m~*
•M.JE*
ESTABLISHED 18S2.
Jas. Cunningham
COLUMBIA STIIEET, WESTMINSTEB, B. 0.
IMPOUTKH OF
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFAOTOH.BR OF
BSJM SHEET-IRON WARE.
CONTRACTS FOR
Iron Cornice Work, fins-fitting,
Plumbing, Rooflng,&c.
CITY SUPPLIES.
N
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
theCity Corporation will not here-
ntshed to nny official or employee excopt
on an order signed by tho city clerk or
assistant. By Order,
D. ROBSON,
City Clerk.
July 21th, 1SS0. dJyHml
City of UBwJffB8tanin8tBr.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
CORDWOOD PILED ON TIIE STREETS
or Lanes within thu --Hy If mil--must
bo removed nt once, nn account of survey
and construction.
By order of the Board of Works,
J. G. JAQUES,
Cnnlrmnn.
City Hnll, Now West., July 24,1880.   JyMw
THE DATE OF RE-OPENING THE
Public Schools next term him been
changed from Augustliili, KM, to August
12th, 1889. S. I). POPE,
Superintendent of Education.
Education Office, July Kill, 1869, Jly22w2
Grand Excursion!
Montli ol  River. Canoe Pnss
and Nortii Arm.
milli STEAMER ADELAIDE LEAVES
1 Ewen's Wharf on SUNDAY, .loir
tn, nt 0.30 a. in., for above-mcnlloncu
places.
Refreshments and Luncheon on hoard.
Fare lor round trip, 81: Children, 50 cts.
 tljfygltd
AUCTION SALE
ENGLISH    BAY.
J HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY MR.
. HA mi: Ei, Greek to sell by Public Aii'i-
on, on
Saturday Even's, Aug. 3,1889,
At tho COLONIAL HOTEL, New Wort-
minuter,
Twenty-five  lots
of hia English Bay Property, which
comprises some of the best situated
business property directly opposite tho
proposed Landing of all tlio large
ocean Stenm whips from China, Japan,
nud so forth, and It Is conceded by
tlio best authorities on tho subject that
this In destined to become the principal
seaport in British ("olumbia,and this properly In the near future will probably be
equal In value to nny af tho choice loin on
Granvllln nnd other streets ln Vancouvor
City.
Tlie deposits on these lots will bo $25
for Insldo lot* ond $60 for corner lots.cusb;
tho balance will bo payable whon Mr.
Greor Is prepared lo give a deed. The property Is sold with all the privileges of the
present pre-emption laws of British Col
umbln.
I have also boen Instructed by Mr.
Josr.i'ii H omens to sell ut same timo,
Let 180, Groupff,
New Westminster District, on the South
Arm of tho Fruer Rivor, opposito Tilbury
Islnnd, with half n mile frontage on Fraser Biver-contalnlng lMnoros. There Is
about 120 ncres of this prnlrio, tlio balance
aider and crab-applo; thore Is about l-l
Inohes rich noil ou surface, with clay subsoil, and Is equal ln valuo to any of the
Delta land lower down tho river which Is
soiling nt from f 100 to f 160 per aero, Terms
of this will bo 9-11)00 cash; imlnnco as may
bo ogroed upon,
Ai-to-i,*.!. e, in -a in, subdiv. or tut io,
mock nil, New Westminster Suburbs.
ttii.Halo will tako place at 8 o'clock,
T. J. TRAPP,
dJIySMd AVOTIOXEBIt,
GROCERIES
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Oanadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
A. DesBRISAY, Cor. Columbia & Blackie Sts.
daplOto
BUGGBESf     BUGGIES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A CAR-LOAD OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring ilcLaughlan
me mj as- <*» m ms tm
 -&.X.SO	
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
tf®" The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia."^!]
'Toronto' Mowers
Maxwell Mowers
The Little Maxwell
Binders.
F.C. Strickland ft Co.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Planet, jr., Warden Tools,
Lawn Mowers, &c. &c.
Tiger   Rake.
Sharp's Do.
Maxwell Do.
BRITISH COLUMBIA MAT MARKET,
Columbln Street, New Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PIIRVEYOllS IN GENERAL.    FRESH AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
**TSpoolal Hues quoted for tho shipping tra ilo.   Family orilors striotly attended
to.   Hotels wilt find ft to thoir interest to placo their ordors with tho ahovo firm.
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBACH,
(SUOOKSSORS TO tt. B. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
llama, Bacon, Snusnge, Bolognas, Etc
duolyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
Tub Oomjhbian Pm-muo Establish-if.",-!' lms flrst-olass facilities for
nil kinds cf Commercial Printing, Bill Heads. Letter Heads, Circular!,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of ovory description, Posters, Dodgers,
PrlOS Lists, "so.    Pricos will lie found as low as at any otber offico where
first-class work is done,
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.
hiriblVik Sll,, Turn
dwnolyl
THIS Sl-AOJfl HKLONOa TO
H. T. READ & CO
HAltDWAUB MEHCIIANT*>.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machin
Front St., New Westminstor, B. C
XbOSBT-JXCT  T--A.-OT,
xa:j__.iK_-A.-»xs_st.
*6tA."S*"rj3rA.OTTJI*3J]RS   OJ*
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY
AGRICULTURAL & ALL HINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRIND DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.   -
P, 8.—All orders from the upper country promptly attended to.
dvmolmO
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, New Westminster.
ill
instenu
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS hll kinds of Woolen Goods
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
 X	
™-^- Tho only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. 'ml*30tc
ROYAL OITY
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MASL'I'ACTUIIKIW ASD DKAMOl* IK
 n
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES. NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
_t-Zt_r___  _AZT,T. K-KSB OV
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows,
Mouldings. Balnsters,
Blinds. Brackets,
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK,
nolBdwly
FOB SALE.
A UOOI) PIANO,
/V state ot repair.
Wllllr     " ■' *~-
IN   FIRSUMtf-ARS
._  ... ,.r  Han Bpiondid tone,
Will lm until cheap /or easli. For juirtlnu-
luiH, apply Hox 232, Oily V, O.       dJIlBwl
Auction Sale!
T HAVE HKOF-IVEI) INSTRUCTIONS
1 mid will noil by rnMi<-Auction-at the
C-olcAitnl Hotol. on SATURDAY,'Anwrit
Slut, IH*, nt7,i»o'elook |>, in., tlio follow*
nil' valuable property, vU.i
, Kpi?tlim 25 (pnii tnl nl uk 100 acrou, moro or
lew,), llloclc fi Norlb, Range Two Wont,
TpwuRhlti No. 06, Rimed West of Const
Meridian, Now Westminster District:
about \\% milos from Brownsville,on Yalo
road; \% intles from Frasor Rlvor. Im-
f>rovcments-7 nnrcs cleared: till iindur
•"■,*■<■. Hoiibo, llurn W'-odrtliod: 2 good
wells l)rai.*(dnsH water.   A yuttngOrcliiml,
coiislsliiiB of wVflrjellOB of fruit trees from
Uto 4 years old.  Torms cosh.
.,_... A.M. NELSON,
dJy23Ul Auctioneer,
a^roTioEL
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
il I Intond making application to Die
Honourable. UieCIilef commissioner of
LVmii'IiimVWork*)"for iwriiYIrtslon to jofiso
tlio following described tractr* of land:
1. Commencing ntn slake Situated smith
of a Inke lying east of Deep Buy, De-cola*
tlon Sound: running tbence mi chains
south, thonco AO obalns cast, thenco :»
chains north, thonco20ohnlna ottlt, thonco
40 ehalns north, thonco 110 chnlns weM.,
thenco 10 chalnB north, thenco io chnlns
west, thonco fio ohnlns south, thenoe 40
olinlns wost, thonco (o point of commencement,
2. Commencing ut apnntiit tbo motllh
of a little stream In chains south of Tlbbn
Point, linen Islnnd; running thenoo west
10chains, south 28 chains, went ]ft chnlns,
south 21 ohnlns, went 28 ohalns, north ll!
cbnlDH.wcst 13 chnlns, north 21 chains,
wost 8 ohnlns, north n chains, went Ti
chains, north 21 chimin, oust 21 chains,
south 10chains, cant 00 ohnlns, north '20
chains, oast 28 chnlns to shore, Ibcmc
nlong slioro to plnco of commencement.
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
July », 1889. (Ijlj-Oml VOLUME VII.~1*0. 53.
DAILY BRITISH COLUMBIAN, NEW WESIMINSTEE, B, 0,, JULY 27, 1889.
TOOL-CHESTS FOR GIRLS.
Let Thuin Have nn Opportunity to Do-
vulop Moeh-uilcnl ticii.tis.
Paroutpdb not object to soo saw nnd
hammer, gimlet and screw-driver lu thoir
Hiiiiii' haiidii at a very tender ngo. They
look, snys Wido Awake, upou tools as a
bo-.-*! birth right. But a littlo girl ia
hurriedly told in a horrified tono to "put
tlicm down," "to not touch," tlmt she will
cut, herself, or pound ber fingers and "get
hurl" generally.
But tho timo is not far off whon thoro will
be n room lu tho houso sot opart for thoir
worlc-boucb, and that lionohnud its toola will
bo ut; freo to tho daughters as tlio sons. In
their fashionable brass-hammering and
wooti-carvln**: tho glrlB hnvo "gotutasto"
of it. We may expect to yot boo tho carpenter come tn give lessons hb regularly as tlio
music teacher. Why not' That eight ehildron out oi ten would liko it hotter thoro is
no doubt.
A dozon yoars hence certain branches of
many trades will be largely occupied by
women. Wo shall boo young women at
study nnd work ln architects' oillces, in tho
wall-paper designing rooms, mixing paints
ami stains and finishes and fresco washes.
Wo shall boo tho student at tlio Harvard
Annex omcrgo from hor long cotnpanion-
■•hijiwith tho "higher mathematics" with
lho ''plans nml elevations" of a hou-iu in
ono bund and a "bill of lumber" iu tho other
ns "applied mathematics." At prcsout the
training, ia geometry- say, Is so unapplied
tlmt tho "sweet girl graduate" lays tlie tea-
table with tho cloth awry and tho plates at
nil angles and distances, and is serenely unaware thnt sho has hung hor water-color
Drawing crooked until some distressed occupant of the room points It out.
Tlio modorn female hand and oyo aro bo
far untrained that not ono young woman In
th'r can take shears and cut across a breadth
of goods unless sho fold and croaso the
cloth or "slowly cut by a thread."
For myself, I havo saved many a dollar
first and last by being "handy with tools."
W lion I was a littlo girl and hold a mortal
objciilion to allowing ray older brothorany
accomplishments which I hod not, I conceived iho brilliant idea, ono summer's
rainy dayi of making myself a churn, which
was to boati exact reproduction in miniaturo
of an old-fasliioned instrument that my
'1'nudmotlicr used and called an "up-and-
lown" churn.
A gontlcinan callod at our houso and
found mo undor tho shed diligently boring
i lU.'h'iulOH round pieco of wood. Wishing
Lo make himself agreeable to mo, I supposo,
io inquired wbat 1 was making. I replied
in tho moat matter-of-fact way, as if it were
tho most common mnttor in tho world for
sovon-yoar-old girls to manufacture household tools, "a churn," nnd groat was my in-
lignntion when ho wont awny laughing as
t ho had hoard the greatest joke in tho
world. After tbat I nover mot him, oven attor
Iliad grown to tho dignity of youug lady-
'liood and trained gowns, but what ho inquired with a most aggravating intorest if
my churn was dono.
It novor was, I am bound to say; but I
learned my lesson just tho samo, and whenever I want a nail driven in, a shelf put up
ornwlndow-shude adjusted, I do not wait
for a carpoutor. Instead, I thank my Btars
that 1 ovor practiced on churns nud wooden
acwiag-machincs; and if it wero necessary
I think I could—with all tho confidonco 1
onco began my churn—build n houso nftor n
fashion,     	
AN   HEROIC  PRIVATE.
Although .Seriously Wounded, a Georgia
Soldier ItooHno.1 to Hum'niter.
A correspondent of tho Covington (Ga.)
Km<'--nrlao relates tho following story of
co Ilotmfltnoro- a Newton County prJvato
i the lato war: Tho day of which I writo
uoquomoro haa escaped from a camp
pttal.   Ha ought to have staid thoro.
or what right had ho in a raging battlo,
(■ho was already Bhot through bothi-arms?*
Hut ho was thoro nnd fired hia musket, too,
with u deadly aim. Ho managed to got into
ranks, thon notified John ho must load for
him as ho passed. Thia Joe could not woll
do because of his wounds. Thero might
have been soon that day that litter-bearer
stopping nnd loading that "old muskot,"
hon quickly passing to tbo rear with Itls
dying comrades. Earnestly—as composed
as Noy—that doubly-wounded patriot took
aim and ilred. Until John could pass again
Joo conld only stand aud wait. Thus the
day was Bpent. Hour aftor hour John
loaded and Joo shot. Tho day went against
It will bo momornblo in Southern hls-
»ry for two othor vory peculiar faots—on
:hntday Joo Johraton'sBtar began to set,
Leo's to riso toward its zenith of glory.
John, tired down, was sitting resting, Joo
standing by (his arm pained loss to stand),
his gun at his sido hold near tho muzzle
"with his right hand. Suddenly from tho
whito   oak    thicket   dashed   a   squad
f Hointzolmnn'a cavalry, In a moment "Biirrondor" rang out from a dozon
throats, whilo tho gloaming bai rols of well-
timed und cocked carbines addod emphasis to the command — "surrender I"
John smiled on his victorious foos, and surrendered in thoso words: "Gontlomon, if
It will bo any accommodation to you I will
do so." But not a word from wounded Joe.
Again camo tlio atom demand: "Put down
your gun, Bir, or we'll Bhootlyoul Down
with your gun I" Looking tho mon squarely
In tho face, with a dozon bullets waiting to
■iereo his heart, his strong brother a prisoner, ho drawled out: "Naw, I'll dio fust,"
I moment moro nnd tho bravo spirit of Joo
Ftoquomoro would havo boon hurried from
tho flold of glory to its honorable placo
among tho "shades of Valhalla." John in-
crposed: "Don't shoot him, gontlomon;
iu's my brother. I'll tako his gun from
ilm.' Thon camo tho strugglo betweon
expediency and heroism. What visions of
otornity, of "wifo and bairns," of widowhood, orphanage, want, must havo flashed
boforo his great souMn that moment! But
all availed nothing with Joo whon ho must
surrender a musket Georgia had placed iu
his hands. Ho accepted it with tho pledgo
to bo truo to hor honor. Ho was true.
John's superior strength soon boro tho gun
from Joo's fcoblo grasp and laid it at tho
Conqueror's foot. Thero's a picture forthe
mlntor—that wounded soldier unablo to
oad his gun, surrounded by twelve well-
armed foes, refusing to surromtcr, whilo
bis own strong brother with a strugglo disarms him.  	
FOOLED HIS   BISHOP.   •
low a Clergyman Took Advantago ol Hii
ttplrltual superior*
A good story is told of ono of tho most
popular clergymen in a city not ono hundred milos from Brooklyn, Ho is a
pleasant, gonial man, and on a cortnln
ovouiug In every week a fow of his brother
priosts moot at tho rectory and they spend
together an hour or two tn a social way.
Bomo curmudgeon in tho neighborhood)
happening to get a glimpse through tho
bllnda at a bottlo ana glasses and the
iiinoko of cigars and to hoar tho sounds of
chi'.'-iul laughter, though it behooved him
to let tbo Dlshop know what was going on.
Thereupon ho wrote to that distinguished
functionary, of courso greatly; exaggerating what ho had seen and hoard. Tho
worthy priest got wind of this In somo mysterious wuy and was ou his guard, Ono
night whilo ho and his friands woro enjoy-
Ing thomselvo a ring camo to tho door. Go*
lug tip-stairs to tho second floor tlio good
father saw a brougham of familiar build
standing outsido. liaising tho window he
looked down und discovered tho Bishop on
tho stoop.
"Who's thorol" ho asked.
"It's I, tho Dlshop," was the roply.
"Oh, gonlougl Your an Impostor," said
tho prloBt. "The Dlshop is a decent gentleman, and would novor bo roaming around
tho streets at this timo ol night. Uo off
with you at oneo, or I'll call for tho polico"
and havo you taken In aa a suspicious
character."
Willi that ho banged down tho window
and wont bnck to his friends, Tho Dlshop
paid no moro lato visits to tho rectory, and
tho pleasant wooltly symposium continued,
w A North Carolina Heroine,
In Louolr, N. 0., a child, Huttlo Raluoy,
saved a small rallroud bridgo from destruction uot long ago. Bho discovered it*
nblnzo, and carried wator ln hor folt hat
from tho stream below, making sovoraP
f trips boforo the flftfflQi woro extinguished.
THE LATE PROF. PHELPS.
Tbo nbovo Is a portrait of lho lata Prof.
Edward K. Pholps, M. D., h. h. D.j of Dartmouth college, Ho was a strong, nblo
mau,Svlipstoodklglfin the Wormy ami
ficieutlila worlds. It Is nol generally
known, but it Ih, nevertheless, llio truth j
that Prof, Phelps was tbo discoverer of
what is known to iho medloal profession
ami chemist;' universally hh Palne's
ColeryQoiiipoiind- unquestionably onoof
Uio most, valuable iliscoverlesof this century. This rcim.rlf.nblo compound in -not
n nervlno, nn essence, a uarBiiparllla or
nny devised article, but ndiscovery, anil It
minks a distinct stop in medical practice
and tlio treatment of norvous complications. It bus been freely admitted by the
best iiu'illcnl tnlent In the Iniul, nml also
by thn loading chemists mid st-l-ii'!:'is,
that for nerve iron Ides, iu-ivihi:-. c:-.!ijuis*
Hon, Insomnia, dubll liy, .senllilv mul pvi-n
tho d rem tod nnd teirililo I'mvui.--, tiullilni*
has over been  dls.-uvercd wliich  uveitis
the disorder arid restores health equal to
this discovery of Prof. Phelps.
Palno's Celery Compound Is now being
prepared In quantities, and can be procured at any reputable druggist, An attractive bunch of color*,' Is to be found on
ovary wrapper, ll. hm; become kihvIhIJv
popular among professional men, mind
workers, ladles burdened wltb exciting
uncial liutioH and frequenter.-; of the leading clubs.
-ETO-XZC-E-
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THE
city Mr. Newton A. Whito will have
charge of my business, ami linn authority
to collect nnd discharge all accounts hi
connection therewith, etc.
8. H. WEBB.
Now Westminster, June 0,18S0.    d|c6ui2
[Removed from Saanich to Viotoria)
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flow
er and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
drahSDinO VICTORIA, 11, C.
THK WESTMINSTER
JOHN S. COX, Prop.
Light Brahmas,
Partridge CoohlililS,
Plymouth Hock*-,
Whito face Bl'Jt ij'.nitUh
White Create it, Black   uutl Golden
Poland b.
Ilou-taiii-i     Sllvcr-jiuncllU-l   llmn-
burgi.
niiieU, Ued and Pitt Gnmef*.
Toulouse tit-exc.      Kotten Dueka.
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED lm.
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment  to Her
Majesty's Royul Navy, tlio Dominion Government, Ac.
Modal nnd Diploma awarded at tbo Colonial and Indian Exhibition, London, IS.SH,
FACTORY--*Niagara St., James Bay.
OFKICE8-57 Fort ftt., Victoria, Ii. C.
This Fine Townsite, at tlio Fresh-Water
Junction of the
Southern Railw'y
13 JIIIim Above tiVs-iuil-isi-T,
Has just been Surveyed, and the Lots
oro for salo hy
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Or Nkw Westminsteii, ]J, C.
The advantages nml prospects uf tills
Plot for n futuro thriving Town aro
many.
Tho Land in the vicinity is good.
Thero nro inexhaustible IRON OUE
DEPOSITS, of n superior quality, immediately adjacent, ns well ns vast strata of
tho finest BUILDING HAND and POTTERY CLAY.
On tho Townsite nro a number of valuable MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication by land nnd wator is
unequalled, by reason of the locution of
tho Townsito on tho Eraser Uivor and
tho Southern Railway, whilo tlio natural
olovatiou and lay of tlio laud cun not he
excelled as a situation for a fine town.
Tho ground is opon and clear of heavy
timber.
Tho site has been selected ns ono of
tho most importnnt stations ou tho
Southern Railway, nnd with tho completion of tho rom], in tho nenr future,
must, wltli nil its other advantages;
spring into prominence nt onco.
Thoao who apply onrly will liavo tho
pick ot the Lots,
A olenr title given with every purchase.
Parties wishing Lots onn apply ns woll,
un tho premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
ilinyOto 1'iioraiifroii.
W, BREDEMEYER, DR, PH.
'Lale Partner of John MoVlcker)
MINING ENGINEER, jj.ft. & PROVINCIAL SUUVEYOH, & AHUAYl.lt.
Mason'ici Tkmtlm Block, vancou vent,
i.r:t.col.
Bar Reliable reports, underground survey.*-nnd maps of mines executed at low
rale*. Ass-tv-- mudc on nil kind--of min*
ci-als.ri'lil nnd stiver burs. Thirty years'
i!x]u-ii(-iief. In m In I ii]* lu Asia, Europe
ami United states of   wm-ricii.   Speaks
tell   l:lIIU!lilKI'S.    AKH»y«  from   tt ill.-il.lllCC
p[-u*i:|.Mv iiitcii'ii'il Ut. Address Vancouver, H. 0. ddol7to
City Debentures.
niENDims wii.i. lit-: received up
1 !•• (i'M.i. Monday, Sept. Kith, for De-
iit'iihii-iKtw iimCityof NewWestminster,
lU'.,l--ui'il under miiliority of tbo "Street
ami I'iiiIi Improvement Debenture By*
I,:m-1.-;*!.," niiioiiulhij* to fj&i.oot-. Deben-
tnicK in-** for SlUHUHi eaeh, payable In SO
veins from 17th June, ]8M)-ftu*i bear 5 por
oont,-Intorest, payable nt New Westmin*
Kleron inl dm-Jniiuiiry and 1st day July.
Iii'lx-iitiiros will bn ready for delivery Oct,
lid. Tenders to stato number of Deben-
tnii-Ui.lI will ho taken,and amount of
pi.-iiiiiiiii Unit will be paid,and to bo endorsed "Tonder for Debentures," ami ad*
diri'sod tothe undersigned. Tho highest
or any lender not iieeessnrlly aeceptinl.
IX ItOJIBON,
N.MvWi'-lmlm-lHVIi. C„        Oily Clerk.
July 17111, ikh>. dwjlyiswa
^GTIdE.
In the Supreme Court of British
Columbia.
BoMyeon WILLIAM TIETJEN, Plaintiff
Ami       .1 AM BS HAULING, Defendant
N0T10H Irt HI-IltKUY GIVEN THAT
nn Order bearing dato (lit) Kith day
of July Instant Ihim been granted in the
above notion, restraining the DefondauL
lii.sMTvimtKHnd nsoiits, until tbo trial of
i be sum act Inn from, among other tilings,
lining the word "Mainland" in or upon
any boxosor labels upon boxes of cigars
manufactured by or for him.
ARMSTRONG A ECKSTEIN,
Plnintlim Solicitors.
Dated 18th July, um. UJlylSml
A SALE I5Y PUBD1C AUCTION OFTHE
Real and Personal Estate of tho Into
Dit.Loftus k. MoInhks will he hold at
tne COLONIAL H0T1-.T., New Westmin*
uter, B. C ,mi
Saturday, August 31,1889,
At 7.H0 O'clock p. m„ by A. M. Nki-son,
Aiii'llt'iieer, when llie following vnlllilblo
property will hn said without reserve Io
iholiiUhCHt hidden
Tiums-Ten per cent, down and there*
miilntb r in ten days from date of sale.
CITY I'ROPfittTY.
LOT 10, BLOOK XVIII-flf)xl32 feet, to*
getlier with lUVia.LING HOUSM and
i.ui-houses, being ibe residence of Iho
hue Dr, L. It. .Melnues.
LOT 8, IJI.Uf'K U-Mereliants' fiqnnre-
.i_.\_i<. fi.uniiation piled und capped,
ready for building.
DISTIMCT PROPEttTY.
N. E. fractional y See. 2.1, Township 8—
cnntnlnl'i'- 101 acres. This valuable
piece of land Is bounded by Bonndary
Buy on tho east, nnd bv a ga/oited road
on the north; t* feneed on twoaldon,and
for ngricultural purposes eannot be surpassed by any land In tbo province.
E. y, ot II. y, of See. fi, Townships, being 14
mile lu wfilili byl mile in length; enn-
tulnlng hll) acres, and having about 10
acres under foiico, a dwelling house
18x20 feel, a burn 30x60feet, iiudslicds
adjoining. Much of the abovo land Is
opon aud vory easily cleared and excellent/or agricultural purposes,
W. h. of E. % of Sro. it, Townships, being
y milo In width byl mile In length;
i-ontultilng IliO acres timbered land; soil
II rst-class quality.
N. E. K See. 880. Group I, containing 40
acres Mm bored mud lying l}-*j miles f mm
0. P. R, and 3 miles from Port Moody.
PORT MOODY TOWN PROPERTY.
Subillvlslons of Lot 201, Group I (Murray
Properly),
Friii-tiouat Lots 2 A il,      Block 2
Full "    l'l, Iii A 1-f,  "    '2,
lrrnclionitt   "    fl, "    It;    linlf
required by C. P. It, I not settled fori.
Pull Lot 7, Blook 3.
" "   13,    "     6.
Sllb-d I visions of Lot 20:', Uixinpl (Clark
Proporty).
Lois 86,43.44 A45, Block?.
'*   It) A Iii. Blook ii; required by C. P.R.
[not settled for].
SUb-dlvlsIous of Lot EtJS, Group I (Heaven
Proporty.)
Lots 15 Aid, Block M.
PERSONAL PROPERTY.
lHorae, Harness, Buggy, Cutler, Saddle
& Bridle, Jewelry, Bliot-Guu, Olllco Furniture, Surgeon's Chnir, Instruments,
Drugs, Medicines, Medical Books, Ao.
dllyhitd
G, BYRNES,  -  AUCTIONEER.
CTION
__>xio-vx2iroxA.x,
TOWNSITE OF HASTINGS
New Wostminstor Dlttrlet.
Thursday, Aug.  15,  1889,
AT II O'CLOCK A. M,
I1IAVK BRUN INSTlU.'C'l'HD HY THE
Mnn. IllilL'f Comnilsslonor of Lands
nnd Works,on bohulf of tlio Provincial
Oovornmonl, lo soli by And lon,
AT VANCOUVER,
Townsite of Hastings!
81» KLOCKS OF LAND.
Ranging from 2% to 4 acres each, surrounding Hnsl'lngs Park, These Blocks
are situate mi the East, West nnd South
sides of this lino Park-whioh contains teo
acrou. This property Is on a nicoi-lovii-
tkni above liurrard Inlet, aud overlooks
this magnificent Imibor, ami may boeon-
slderod the finest Resltiontlnl Property of
tliu Cily of \'uneouvov.
<;» nuM'EtH or wm
hi the iinmo Township, extending southward from tho aliovo lands, and ranging
from id to ai acres eaeb, tuklng In the full
width of tbo Townsite.
 AI-SO-—
New Wwtmltisicr District.
Eighteen qnarler-sentloiis In Lots 385,331,
333, IIB2, Nil, ISO, as per map of tho District. These lois aro well adapted for
ugrlcultural, dairy or orohanl purposos,
and 011 account of tholr closo proximity
to tlio markets of Vancouver and Now
'Westminster aro desirable properties
for families seeking homes or for In*
vestments,
Maps of tho various properties will lm
lisiicd. Terms at Hale: nno-thlrd cash,
oiH'-thli'i.' 11 months, balance 12 montbs,
wllb interest at rato of 0 por cont. por annum,
GEO. BYRNES,
W. 0. LOYE,
out ad Shoe Hate:,
Repairing Neatly Done. Cork Sole
Work a Spec-tall>'.
ttVOi'ders promptly attended to,
Clnrkiioii St., In rear of Colonial Hotel, noxt to Rand Bros.' otllno. dnoltc
•g-AJgJgXOJMT i-VTST-Tl
DRESSMAKING
At mm .jksms«,,s',
(Latf. ov Ghqlanu)
Cornet of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
■MTHiitlsfuetiou guaranteed.     dwfe7le
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STUEETk
New Westminster, B, C
_-_• SaLlsfnotlon gnftrnntood.      duplSto
Rose Hill DairyFarm
FRESH MILK
Delivered Daily to Customers In nil pnrts
of tho City.
Hotels and Restaurants supplied at Special Rates by tho year.
FRESH ECCS
' Delivered at Market RsIcb.
OrdcrH left at M.  SlNCl.Alit's will bo
promptly attended to.
WEAVER * WOODWARD,
dJolUyl Proprietors,
CITY  BREWERY
-A.!© I   Ale 8
Tbo Very Best In the City Is Brewed by
JOHN W. ANDRZEJEWSKI
At tlio Cily llrewory, Afines Street.
Orders lett nl. Dickinson's Butcher Sliop
slinll have prompt attention. Givo us a
trlul and Judge for yourselves.
Now West,, Jnly l:t, II
djlyisio
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
O J*. Xb *J* XI TS" 13
Temple of Music!
Is the Place to Buy First-Class
PIANOS - ORGANS
At such Prices and Terms as will Knit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For prices nud terms, apply to CARTER'S TEMPLE OK MUSIC.
Vaiu'oum-, IS. i'.
m Huntings Ht. West. dnplOtc
Service Bull.
THE THOROUGH-SUED STOKE-POQIS
JERSEY BULL,
"Governor Moody"
Will stand for service this season at Pelham Dairy, New Wostminstor, whero the
beautiful get of tliis superb animal can be
Been and Inspected.
A few calves for sale. Terms reasonable.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
RALl'lt Booth, Proprietor.
Manager. dray22to
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANUFACTOKEIIS  OK
TIN, C0PPER& SHEET-IRON
WEIMTERVt RUH-K 'UP-STA1RS),
Front Street,       Nkw Westminster.
HAVING JUST OPENED IN THE
above line, we respuetfully solicit a
share of the trade, and trust by careful
attention to orders and moderate charges
to merit tbo samo. Experienced workmen; satisfaction guaranteed.
Estimates furnlsbedforGnlvanl-sed Iron
Cornice, Roofing, Plumbing, Gas-fitting,
Steam and Hot Water Keating, Ac.
■ar Entrance to premises on Mnry St.,
in rear of Bank of B, C. dwmhlHo
TO SMOKERS.
IP YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FOE THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
■  .MAINLAND.
*2TThoy are not only mado of the
Choicest TolKICCO but thoy are of
Homo Manufacture, and should be
patronized by alt good citizons,
WM, TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
IIOLBROOK BU1LUINO,
COLUMBIA STREET,        HEW WESTMINSTER.
dwlTnoly
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRYCOODS
AND FURNISHINGS,
AT THE  LOWEST PRICES.
LUNDBOHM'S BLOCK,
Columliln Strccl,       Now Westminster.
noldwly
SAANICH MILLS!
BRACKMAN & KEF*.,
MANUFACTUWRI18  OP
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
ft-**- ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
Mills ill Nortl, lliinnKI,.
f.LLMlh-Cl
380.332 CORDOVA STKKKT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers nnd Dealers In
MACHINERY
OV ALL DESORITIONS.
MARINE W0RK~A SPECIALTY.
dwdcaiUi
W. R. AUSTIN'S
Ity t'PNi Into
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, lir-wood, Bark,
Ae„      Ac.,     __e,
hliAVli 0RDU3RS   AND   BET-TLB ACCOUNT.** AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dinySlltc
J. W. WINGER
DEAL Kit IN
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
sm M&H UME
Always in Bloek.
Ordors left at the c, l\ N. Wlinil will bo
promptly delivered. dmbUUte
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
FisliKifi Dealer!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT ft SHOE STORE IN BiiTiSH GAMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses tt Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
1*3* 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  Col-u.m'bia. Street.
43T Highest Price puiil for I'iirn ami
Deer Hides,
Correspondence invited. im.Telophnno
Call No. (i. dJaSto
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot of Dodolas Stiieet, Neaii
coldmhia stiieet.
J. FERGUSO*., PBOPKIETOR
Canadian Paoific Railway,
PAOIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MAHTER8 OP VES-
sols and other Craft navigatlnc the
Fraser River are cautioned to keep within
tbo Blioya painted Red and White- respectively, at tbe MlK-dmi l'tiili*n, ns during tho construction of tlie lirjdj'o, iiavi-
gntlon between the ban les ot the River
nnd the Buoys Is dangerous, owing to plies
being driven thero.
H. ABBOTT,
Qeneral Superintendent.
Vancouvor, B. 0„ 7th May, I8S0.  dmyfito
Plants for Sale!
/-VHIIKRH TAKEN FOB FltUIT AND
I ' OBNAMUNTAL TBKES, liiolnillllR
nil llio loading vnrlotles ol
Apples, Pears, Plnnis, Clierrics,
 ALSO	
SMALL nil ITS or ovory doscrl'illon.
Bouquets, TTreallis nnd Crosse, made
to order.
•Mwap3yl P. LATHAM.
Britisli Oolumbia's ExliiMt
Tun   COMMITTKB APPOINTED TO
prepare an Exhibit from New West*
minuter for the
Toronto Industrial Exhibition
Is anxious Insecure such a collection ns
will do Justice to tho resource.*! of tbe city.
Any person In the eity orelsewheie who
has, or expects to liavo boforo tho date of
tbo Exhibition nt Toronto, such articles as
are deemed worthy of being exhibited,
will confer a favor by com mn ni eating, aa
soon hn possible, with somo member of
tho committee, All art Ides taken fores*
hlbillon will bo packed mid sent freo of
chnrgo to the exhibitor. The local committee is composed of tbo following gen*
tloraoui--
Fran and Game—J. A. Laidlaw, Esq.,
Alex. Ewen, Esq., and P. 0. Birrell, Esq.
AGiuctrr-TtmAT. and Hohtictji,tubal
PnoimoTs-Thos. Cunningham, Kvi*.-W.
Wolfenden, Esq,
MlNEHALH AND MANUFACTUUES--J. 0.
Brown,Enq.,H. V.Edmonds, Esq,
PitonucTS ov THE FOIIKST—H. Elliott;
Esq., J. B. Kennedy, Esq., D. MoNnlr.Esq.
JOHN HENDRY, Chairman.
I). ROBSON, Secretary. dwjlynml
Worth Britisli k Mercantile
FIEE
URANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
Capital,   •   $15,000,000,00
Subscribed Capital!, lis at Slst Doc, 1888,
"liVsMMXW. Fire Fmlil and Reserve, *>,-
212,720.  Net Premiums, nsw, !5,»l!i,(ra.
OP  LONDON.
Capital,    •    $9,733,000.00
KATES   AS   LOW   AS   ANY  OTHEB
COMPANIES DOINO BUSINESS
IN I1B1TI8H COLUMBIA.
dJIylO'd
AUCTIONEKKI
J. G>. T-A.QT7ES
gent lor New Weitminster City
and Dlitrlot.        d|c2st<j
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
pEWAfiTlCASlI, PROPRIETORS
J. J. WILSON, - MANAGER.
Ilatcs, $1.00 and $1.50 per Dny,
ACCORDING TO HOOM.
SPECIAL RATES HY THE WEEK OR MONTH.
as* l'urtlos supplied wltli r.ll kinds of
ICE-CBEAM. dmyjmll
ESTABHSIIKD 1S59.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Hurl. miiKisito tlm Oolonial Hotel
NEW WESTMIN8TEK.
TUK LAKGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Couatantiy on hand, and supplied to Fam.
•Ilo-*, Restaurant*-, and Steamboat* at tho
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
IjlRF-SH   BBEAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
;   Confectionery, etc., etc.
Hotel ami Itestnurant trado fiollcited.
AM ordci',1   pmmplly attended to and
delivered to any purl of the eity.   (Ullll28y
Cob. Columbia and Chvudh Sis.
New Westminster, Bnt. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or Granite of Host Quality.
CORNER     POSTS     AND    OtJRBING.
N. B.-.iust received—Uio finoat assortment of Mram-h (.raiittt* SIiiniiiiic-itN ever
Keen n BrltlBh Colnmbla, which will bo
Bold ut prices putting competition out of
the question.
dwmh2iyl ALEX. HAMILTON* PROP.
C. McDO
(LUNDBOM'S BUILMKG, FRONT STREET
GENERAL
■Ds^xasis -casr
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Good*, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Mats & Caps*
Crockery, Glassware, Ae.
MSK'B     *fiE     33 0-S-£S'      S£ XJ X 'Jf f,i .
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS,  POTATOES, LIME and   GEKEEAL STORES,
Jt. B.—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on-commission.  ns,OrdcrK
from tha Interior promptly attended to. -j*,"■;,■ ;•*
TIME    OARD.
<3.   3E>.   KT.   OO.
The Fine Flrst-Cluss
Str. Wiiiiam Irving
WH Lenve llie C. P. N. Co.'s *,Vlinrf,
H-*7--fflB-*r
Tuesday,Thursdays Saturday
..   AT 7 A, M„
FOR CHILLIWHACK AHD WAV PORTS.
Beliiming Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When fiilllcleiit  inducement oflers sho
will proceed tn IIOJ'K und on such
occasion** will leave ber wharf
at-la. in.
Conneetlngwllh thoC. P.N.Co.'sStenmer
for Victoria.
JOHN IRVING, Malinger.
T. h. BRIGQB, AvmU
Now WestminBter. dnpillc
Time Table!
,§?%£&, THE STEAMER
£&£^BERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER overy Monday mornliiK ill. 7 o'clock for Nnnaimo, vln Vanoouvor, returning Tuesday,
via Vanoouvor.
Leaves West min-iter every Wcduosday
nt 7 ii. in. for Nanaimo direct, connecting
with Island rallwny nnd Comox iteamer.
Leaves Nnnaimo for Vancouver on
Thursdays nnd Fridays nml returns sumo
duys.
Loaves Nannlmo on Saturday at 7 a. m.
for Westminstor direct.
For freight or pnsnago apply on board,
or lo T. L, BttlQOB, C. P. N, wharf.     dto
Farmers, Attention I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
FOB SALE
Chilliwack, It. C.
31 Form Wagons.
ID Bnck Boards.
1 Span well nmtclicil l-ycnr old
Black Horses.
9 Single Driving Horses,
« Cows and Calves.
10 Head Steers.
1 Trotting Wagon.
(IT A Full Lino ol Cooking Stavo-,
Heating Stoves, Tinware, Hnrdwaro,
(Irocorics, Dry Oootll, Notions, Crook-
cry & Stoneware, Clothing, Huts tt Caps,
Drugs, Farm Implements, Hpuso Furnishings, Furniture, and the Largest Lino
of Boot, antl Shoes nhovo Westminster
ami the most Complete Stock of Genoral
Merchandise
COME   AND   EXAMINE   AND BE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS.
JylOiMhrtm
M.A.IcRAE
itlci-chaBU I ailor
IlEAIJTll'-l'I,   KANCIKOF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped mil! check
FOR Sl'ltlXO AND SUMMER.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Com-mia St.,   ■  Nkw WssimIkstib.
for Infants and Children.
"Cutorl.iB-owtU-JspteJtoehUdrenthat I Outorla, cures Colic, Constipation,
Irocommendlto.m*»rlortoan''*jroscriDtlon I Sour Stomncii, Diarrhcoa, Eruoutlon,
•mo-rotoi-ie."     llA.Atam_,U,l)^       j Fjn^orm., ete-Imp, luid immotM iB-
Tas Cbktaor Cohpant, 77 Murray Street, K. Y.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Land § Investment Agency
(X_X__X'XZB2_> 1
THOMAS ALLSOr.
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYI.ER A. HOLLAND,
DZBGOTOnB.
HEAD OH 111.:
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, ENG.
The Business or ALLSOP A MASON lins
been mertfed lu the above Coliipniiyaiid
will be curried on hy tho company Irom
this dale as a aouonil Lund Investment
and Insnrance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN ou Mortgage at Low
Rates. Town Lots nod "...mlng Lands
for Sale on easy torms.
Victoria, H. C, May lath, 1887.  dwjlys
1
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINOLE RIBS
At Special Low Rates.
Draying ad ill Sinds of Teaming'
Done at Shortest Notice.
Dry Cordwood delivered to any partof
the City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
nttentlon.
•HTStnbles nearly opposite C.P.R.Depot, ColnmbiaSt., NewWestminster.
djalllc      QILLEY BROS.  Props.
Feed.LiverjiSale BEGGS & HEARD'S
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE PARTNERSHIP  liEP.KTOI-ORE
oxlBtlng between u, u. a t. Aeker*
mnn, under the naioe of Aokormon ItroH.,
has been this day dissolved by u'-ntuni
consent, 0. 11. Aelterman ri'tliinj- from
the firm, T. Ackerman will ftill carry on
tbe biisincs.mid collect nil d"bls due tlio
linn und pny all billH iiKtiltistthi-flrm.
O, 1(. ACKKUWAN.
T. ACKE11MAJS.
Now Weat., July 22ud, lSS'J.     djlv22l0
VTOTIOB IS BTEREBT GIV1.N THAT
IX n duly ec-rtilled plan, profllo and
book of rtiei'ciiee of the Mls-dou llranch
of this Railway wero deposited In the
Land Registry Offloe of tlie District at
New Westminster mi the 17th day of June,
18SII. H. ABIKITT,
General tsupoifnleiulent,
Vancouver, R, C, 27th June, 18S(t. djcSOu
HABBISODS" S*E-3II*rG-S
^.exated. "^Tater
(Direct from thoBprlngs.)
ENDORSED BV HIGH MEDICAL AUTHORITIES.
The Only Genuine Aerated Mineral
Water on the Market.
Tlie above will be delivered In New
Westminster twice n week. Leave ordors
With P. u. MCCAHTNEY,
Oommlssfon Aeent,
Douglas St., New Wt'Ktmiusier.   dJIySte
NOW IS YOUR
IMMENSE
 IN
Suits $t
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER I'OH SALKl
China Rice,
Japan Rice-
Rice Flour-
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, Ac.
Rice Meal,
FOIt CATTLE FEED.
dmliSBuill
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
PEOPEIETOE.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
for Hire. Hacks call ot nil Steamers
nnd Tralni). Special attention givon to
Hoardlni' Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may bo left at tho Offlco of Mn*
tliers A Milligan,Commission Merchants,
Front Street, Now West. dso21to
MERCHANT TAILORS,
WISH TO INFORM THE PEOPLE of
New Wostmlnster that lliey havo
ro-openod tho slore lntoly occupied by
Messrs. Woods, Turner A Gamble, nnd
aro now prepared to oxecnto all ordors for
A flue lino »f OlOthl Jnstrecelvert,
conHtnthift of nil the Lntet-t Design! from Euro (ie an Mnrkets
MR. J. A. MoDOUQALL will attend to
the cutting, unit N it prnelloal meebnnle
of twelve years' experience In tlio United
slates; also two yenr* n» foreman for
Messrs. OVflTC A Son, of Viclorln.
Satisfaction ftiinrnnlevd.
Columbia Street, Opposite Dank of Montreal
new westminster.
djelltnfl
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
Wo aro colling thobestof
Englisli^cotvli&ri-CHclLGoodB
At prices away down Che:t per than
Ever.
Call and examine and wc uro safistlod
thnt you will buy beforo you havo tho
storo,  All work guaranteed.
Also—Agenta for a now invention for
Dross-cnttiiiR' that can bo used by a man
or woman nnd give a perfect lit.
•In-blyl fl8 I'-iInmbla Slreet.
Il
',
BY WAY OF THE
Soutliern Pacific Company's
ICIHB.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
WICKER IN TIME THAN ANY OTHER
ROUTE IIETWEEN
kktrotsr & San hum
GRAND SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIO COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLE15PINO CA.RS
For Arrmninodnt.icn of Secolid-Oltisa Pas-
setigorR.ftttncbed to Express Traiiis,
Faro fmin Portland to Kncramento and
Ran FrniiciKeo—Unlimited, fJS; First-
class (Limited), 9201 Sccoud*olti£i(Ll*
mll(-d),5l5.
THIUIUGH TICKETS Io nil polnlsSOUtll
and East, via California,
TICKET OFFICES*:
Citv Orrin:, No, mi Cor. First a Aldei   .
HtrepiB!
UuiMTOi'i-iri-, Cor. V& Front !*-'tr*'it*i*
Portland, Ore-ton.
Tt. KOEHLEIt,       E. P. ROUEI18,
Miinagor.        Asst,U. F. A P.A-gl 4
giulu griiish (EoluntHftn
Ssiar-Uy Ev-wtag. Jnly 21, 18W.
ABVERTISINQ RATH FOI THE DAILY.
Transient Advertisements.—Flrat Insertion, Ulets. por line solid nonpareil; each
subsequent consecutive Insertion,8cts. per
Hue. Advertisements not inserted every
day—tlrst insertion, 10 ots. per line- subsequent Insertions, 5 cts. per lino,
standing Advertisement*.—Professional or Business Cards—S3 per montb. Special rales for general trade advertising,
Recording to space occupied and duration
of eon tract.
A in-tton Sales, when displayed, charged
•25 per cent, less tban transient ndvts, II
•.ol id, charged at regular transient rates.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Auction. A, M, Nelson
Great Removal Sale.. .A. B. Wintemuto
For Sale T. J. Armstrong
A now piano for enlu at WmiRoidt's,
Front Btreet. tc*
Walkor & Co. huvo Sapperton Lots
near New Hospital and Ross-Mac*
jaren Mills nt old prices. *
Tho steamer Irving loft for Chilliwack this morning with SO tons of
freight and 35 passengers.
The stenmer Rithet left this morning with 30 passengers, 25 tons farm
produco and soventy head of Semilka-
incou cattlo.
On Saturday next, T. J. Trapp, auctioneer, will sell some articles seized
for infraction of customs regulations,
Adv. on Monday.
A larger number than usual of members of the Rifle association went over
to Brownsville this afternoon to engage in target practice.
At the Baptist church to-morrow
the subject in the morning will bo
"Power;" evening, "Manner and ita
Lesson."   Pastor at home.
Tho pastor of St. Pauls (R. E.)
church will preach on the following
subject to-morrow: Morning—''Tho
Living Water;" evening—"Sects."
The Club building was removed on
to McKenzie street to-day. No
trouble watt experienced and the job
was done in a wurkmatiliko manner.
The following subscriptions to the
exhibition fund wero pDid to-day: T,
M. Cunningham 825; A. E. Rand $25;
and W. C. Coatham §25.   Next!
The city has purchased 33 feet of
ground on Provost Btreet from Dr.
Fagan for tho purposo of widening tho
street. The improvement to tho appearance of tho streot by this chango
will be great.
Tho lacrosse practice last night was
very largely attended, and nn excellent game wub played. The locrosao
players deiicrve credit tor tho plucky
and persistent manner in which tbey
are sticking to tho practice--.
0. D. Sweet, clerk of tho Richmond
municipal council, informed tho World
yesterday, that the lirst pilo for tho
North Arm bridges was driven at 3
o'clock on Thursday after noun, nnd by
ovening tho first pior was completed.
Tho valuo of the whiskey and other
articles found in tho overturned sloop
by Indians, near Nannlmo, on Tuesday evening, haa bceu estimated nt
§2,000. From marks on tho kegs it
was ascertained that tho liquor camo
from Seattle, but thero was no mark
or name on the sloop to indicate her
ownership.
The park committeo met at 10
o'clock this morning nud discussed tho
tenders for the croction of tho exhibition building on Queen's park. Tho
contract was finally awarded to Mr.
T. Ackerman. Ab soon as Mr. Ack-
crnman was notitied of his successful
tender bo immediately commenced
operations.
Information received recently from
Kamloops and Nicola Valley ia to the
effect that grasshoppers aro devastating tho whole country. The crops
are ruined nnd stock raisers cannot
raise sufficient fodder for their cattle,
Three gentlemen belonging to the interior woro in thia city a few days ngo
offering their cattlo lo the butchers.
Thoy aro of tho opinion that large
herds nf cattlo will bo lost through
want of food, caused by tho grasshoppers eating ovory blndo of gnus.—-
Times.
Tho Dominion Illustrated is revelling
in the land of magnificent scenery just
now, which it is hardly necessary to
say ia British Columbia. Ita last
number to bund contains several fine
int.-riur views. With ita wide circulation nnd superior class of work, and
I devoted as it is to setting forth tho
" natural beauties and salient features
of the wido Dominion, tho Dominion
Illustrated is bound to bean important
factor fur advancing the interests of
all sections of Canada, and should bo
liberally encouraged by Canadians
everywhere.
Tho Times saya: Tho Jubilee hospital ia nearly completed. Plumbing
work on tho entire structure has been
finished and the first coat of plaster
lma been applied to the walls. A
second cont will bo on in a fow daya.
At present tho cement trimmings on
the outsido aro being put on. Tho
contractors, Elford & .Smith, pronounce tho design nnd conveniences of
thia institution ahead of any liko institution on the Pacific coast. Tho
lite of tho buildings was well considered, being elevated, commanding
lovely ationery, and withal, largo.
DAILY BRITISH OOLPMBIAH, ggf WESTMINSTER, B, 0., JULY 87, 1688.
Wesl minster Voters.
Tho vote collectors arc doing splendid work, which, however, will not be
appreciated unlil the next elections.
The old Dominion list had only 380
names, but now it has been raised to
1055, white the provincial list 1ms been
increased from 452 to 845 names. Tho
good work does not stop here, but will
bo continued till theso lists aro still
moro largely increased. Sapperton
and tho eastern portion uf the city has
not been visited yet, and several hundred now vc-torti are sure to bo the ilo*
suit of tho canvass. Thoro should bo
no atop to the canvass until evory
namo in the city is registered.
A Popular Name.
Mr. W. A. Duncan U generally
spoken of us a successor to Mr. Scoullar iu the city oouncil. Mr. Duncan
hnaaerrod in tho council beforo, with
credit both to himself and tho oity,
tind a moro worthy or proper candidate
could not have boen selected. It is sincerely hoped Mr. Duncan will allow
himsolf to bu nominated, for at this
period of thu city's affairs men nf ox*
penenpo nnd energy aru particularly
required nt tho councils of the bonrd.
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment instantly re
Uovob and permanently euros Piles, Pruritus and all hot and itching sores and
eruptions. N. W. agents, D. B- Curtis
t Co. dmy2Syl
(JInd of the Chance.
.Suction 102 of tho Westminster incorporation net, 1888, is to be repealed
by tho minister of justice, us it has
been declared ultra vires, and ils presence on tlio statutes interferes in some
maimer with the appointment of tho
county court judges. Tlio section provides that when the county court
judgo iu sitting as a court for tho revision and correction of the voters' list
Ihu judge filinll bo paid tho sum of §20
for every day's actual attendance at
such court whilo engaged in the revision of tlio lists, together with travelling expenses and all nther charges
inclined lit connection therewith, and
tho sumo to be paid by tho city. On
a requeut from Ottawa the city council
hus agreed to tho repeal of this section,
whioh will suvo tho oity a neat littlo
sum annually.
The Salmon Pack.
The salmon catch last night wna by
long odds tlio largest since the run
commenced. Somo of tho boats fishing
opposito tlio city netted nearly 300
fish between 5 o'clock last night and
5 o'clock this morning, but many boats
I near the mouth of tho river boat these
figures with ease. At noon to*dny tho
nets were hauled out, and will remain
out till Monday morning at 0 o'clock,
which will givo tho fish every opportunity to find their way inland.
Millions uf lish will pass up the river
during the two days, and it seems,
from a shortsighted standpoint at least,
almost n pity that they should pass un*
caught. Tlie salmon pack for tho past
week is estimated by competent judges
to bo fully 80,000 caseB, and the total
pnek bu far For tho season fully 100,-
000 enses. Tho canneries are as busy
as they can possibly bo, and thoro aro
no complaints now of alack of material
to work on.
The   Voters List.
The municipal election, made ncceB*
nary by the resignation of Mr. Hendry
aud Mr. Scoullar, will necessitato a
revision of tho voters' list in order to
give overy ratepayer an opportunity to
cast tho voto to which ho is entitled,
Tho city clerk waited on Mr. Justico
McCreight, yesterday, with thia end in
viow, and requested him to sit as court
of revision to revise tho voters list,
but his lordship positively refused to
act. As Hie old list of 1887 would
not bo satisfactory to the peoplo and
tho appointment of the county court
judges has not been gazetted as yet
there was no course left for the city to
pursue other than to apply to tho
lieut.-governor in council to appoint
some persons to eit as a court of revision lo revise the list. Tho city council decided last night to make this request mid il in likely tho appointment
will bo made and tho liat revised with
tho lenst possible delay.
IFclltwrnte Attempt at Murder.
Lata at night on Monday, tho 15th
inst; nt Kootenay, somo desperado unknown lired a bullet from a riflo
through a window in thu house of Mr.
J. G. Norris, collector of customs for
that district. Tho ball passed within
a few inches of his head and rebounded from a log to the other aide of the
bedroom. Scores of minora and others
havo enjoyed the hospitality of Mr.
Noma, who can truly bo described as
"a kind hearted, good imtured man."
Everybody in tho district eays it was a
doliborato attempt to commit murder
and that tho man who fired the shut
know well whore tho collector's head
was resting nt tho time. Many are
nlso of the opinion that it was a
cool attempt to create a vacancy hi the
customs department, and tho question
is raised: "Has anyono applied to
tho government for the oflico held by
Mr. Norria 1" Maty of our readers
will remember that at one period of
his lifo this gentleman represented tho
whole Dominion in England when he
appoared in tho royal presence as tho
bearer of au invitation tn hia Royal
Highness, the Prince of Wales. Surely
thu authorities at Knot-may will make
diligent enquiry and Iry tu discover
tho wretch who has deliberately attempted to murdor thia inoffensive
gentleman.
ENDED HIS LIFE.
Man  Xnmod   Knherlsoii Suicides nl
Vancouver Tills Morning.
Insanity (he Cause.
The body of a man waa observed in
the water tliis morning, tit Vancouver,
lying closo to tho piling of Tillins
wharf, near tho railway station. On
the wharf a revolver of tho "bull dog"
pattern, with only oue chamber discharged, was found directly abovo
whoro lho body was lying. The polico
wore notified and immediately commenced un investigation. Tho moment Chief Stewart saw tho body ho
identified it as that of John Robertson,
lately from Regina, but originally from
California. It wai found that a bullet
had entered the left tomplo uud hnd
found an exit through tho right temple, mid from tho marks on the faco it
is coi ti'ii tho muzzle of tho weapon
mtiBt havo boon hold close to lho head.
Death muat have been instantaneous,
Tho deed must hnvo boon dono after
midnight oa ho was soon round town
late in tho evoning, Insanity was tho
supposed causo for the suicide, and the
deceoBcd's notions for somo timo past
bear out this theory. Yosterday Rob
orison wont to tho polico station and
asked for protection, stating that a
mnn was following him for tho purposo of taking his lifo. From tho general tone of his conversation ho was at
oucu put down ns Insane, but was allowed to go as ho appoared harmless
and did not hint nt closing Iub lifo by
suioidu. Tho deceased waa a man iu
tho prime of life, trill, bnudaomo and
waa always well drossed. Coroner
McQuigauwaa ncttfted and tho in*
jui'fit ia in progress this aftornoon.
Children Cryfor Pitcher1 i Castoria girl ia smh Ann Kidd, aged 26.
Jno, Kidd, it widower, of Toronto,
has been arrested oharged with so*
dilation under tho Charlton Act,   Tho
City council.
The oity council met at 8 o'clock
laat niglit for the transaction of' business. Present -*■-' Aldermen Curtis,
McPhaden, Jaques, Cunningham,
Townsend and Calbick.
On motion Alderman Townsend took
the chair.
COMMUNICATIONS.
From tho provincial secretary, stating that the minister of justiou regretted section 102 in tho Westminster
incorporation act was ultra vires, and
asking tho permission of thu council
to repoal it.
Ou motion tho clerk was instructed
to wire tho provincial secretary agreeing to tlio repoal.
* From Matthers tt Millignn, applying
for lease of water lots, Received and
filed.
From Walter J, Walker & Co,, applying for street lines on Jcmmett and
Goasett streets.
Referred to tho board of works with
power to act.
From E. S. Scoullar, tendering hia
resignation as a mombor of tlio city
council.
Moved by Aid. Jnquea and seconded
by Aid. Curtis that tlio resignation bo
received.
Aid. Curtis Bnid he did nut second
the resolution without regret; Alderman Scoullar was an energetic man
and had dono much good wurk at the
board. He had been a very useful
alderman und it would probably be
hard to replace htm. Although the
speaker differed with Mr. Scoullar in
the railway question, still he sincerely
regretted the resignation.
Aid. Cunningham also regretted the
resignation and ho was glad he had
nothing to do with tho cause of it—his
skirts wero clear of any trouble with'
oither Mr. Hendry or Mr. Scoullar.
Tho latter hnd bcuu a most useful
member of tho council and his loss
would bo keenly folt.
Aid. McPhaden folt sorry that tho
resignation hnd been sent in, but he
was willing to stand by hia sharo iu
what had boon dono that brought the
rupture about.
Aid. Calbick although regretting
the resignation, felt thnt tho causo lay
with Mr. Scoullar himself, and that
the affair wna uo fault of thu council,
for nothing wrong hnd been done by
the bonrd.
Aid. Townsend joined with tho
bonrd in regretting Mr. Scoular's withdrawal, but it was oloar to him that
the retiring alderman could tako no
other courso, as his position at tho
civic bonrd and as a member of tho
Southern Railway Company would no
longer permit of his retaining both
offices.
Tho resolution was then put and
carried.
From John Hendry tendering his
resignation uo mayor of New Westminster.
Moved by Aid. Ctirti-*, seconded by
Aid. Calbick, that tho resignation of
John Hendry, Esq., as mayor of the
city of New Westminster bo accepted,
and this council desires to record nn
expression of its most sincere regret
that any circumstances should havo
arisen Iu deprive it of tho able coun-
eel nud energetic assistance of agantlo-
man who has always onjoyed iti fullest confidence and esteem.
Aid. Curtis said tho resolution fully
covered tlio ground, tho counoil moant
exactly the words therein contained,
and therefore much talk on tho sub*
ject was not neceaaary. But Mr.
Hendry's resignation was to be regretted, as were nlso the circumstances that brought it about. Con*
turning Mr. Curtis ntttA: Whatever
share 1 hnd in this affair I am willing
to shoulder, and I will nut attempt,
liko other aldermen, to crawl out
of it. A great deal has already boen
Baid on this aubject outsido, und I
think now that tho least said the better.
Aid. Cunningham did not propose
that Aid. Curtia Bhould teach him
what to say—ho would say what he
pleased und would bo responsible to
himself only for Iub utterances. The
resignation'' wore deeply to be regretted, and it waa alao unwiao and dishonorable conduct that precipitated them.
In Mr. Hendry tho city lost a man of
sterling ability and unquestioned integrity; he waa pushing, enorgetioand
willing, had taken a prominent part in
all affairs tending towards the advancement of the city, aud had never spared
himself when his efforts were called
for. Ha might yet have been in the
council but for certain unwise and incorrect doings on the part of un alderman, and, ho repeated, Mr. Hendry
could ill bo spared from  the board.
Aid, Jaques concurred with tho last
speaker, and ngreed that Mr. Hendry's resignation wns a genuine loss to
tho city, but ho took exception to Aid.
Cunningham's remark concerning
"dishonorable actions." If not pass*
ing a reaolution that could uot be lion*
orably pasaod was dishonorable, then
Mr. Cunningham was right, but ho
failed to seo whore tho aldermen bad
dono anything amiss. He regretted
Mr. Hendry's resignation and folt certain that ho would be greatly missed
from the board.
Aid, Calbick suid tho aldermen had
been elected to carry on tho city's
business properly, and ho for ono
would du Ilia duty conscientiously.
Tho couucil so fur bad performed its
duties both honestly aud honorably,
and ho would never lond himself to
any othor course. The resignations
wore not of tho council's seeking, and
tho council wna nut rosponsiblo for
them, and ho could not soo what dishonorable notion tbey had been party
t*>.
Aid. McPhaden declared that all
proceedings hnd been straightforward,
and no businesa of a questionable
character had over come undor his
notico.
Aid. Townsend said no dishonor
could bo attached to tho council, for it
could not huvo followed nny other
courso than it did.
Aid. Cunningham did not cast tho
roftoction on tho council as a body ho
had no auch intention for his remarks
had been personally pointed.
Tho motion was put and carried.
From tho auditor- gone ml asking for
a cheque for tho full amount of
tho city's portion of the school teaohora'
salaries.   Laid on tho tabic.
A rule nisi was road ordering tho
city to show cuubo why the liquor license by-law should not bo quashed.
Referred to polico committee with
power lo aot.
The finnnco committee reported that
Dr. Pagan's lot un Provost streot
hud been purchased. Report adopted.
The board of works reported having sold the stono un Douglas itreet
for 840 to T. W. Gray; also that a
number of implements had been purchased.   Report adopted.
Tho park committee reported that
tho park improvement contractor had
14 men nnd two teams at work; also
rocommonding that 9200 bo paid on
tho contract,
Aid. Curtis naked if tho five acres
would bo finished by August 1st.
Aid, Cunningham said ho had been
over tho work and thought tho con
tractor was doing admirably. Tho live
acres would likely be finished ou the
dato fixed.
Aid. Calbick said good progress bad-
been mado during the week, and he
waa sure tho contractor was doing his
utmost to rush tho wotk.
The clerk was instructed to record
tho transfer of a parcel of land on For*
tesqiio street.
The matter of tendors for tho ex*
hibition building was referred to the
park committeo with power tu act.
The clerk reported that ho had
waited upon Mr. Justice McCreight
and asked hlm to sib as a court of revision on the voters list, and he had
positively refused to act.
On motion the clork was instructed
to apply to the lieut.'governor in
council to appoint somo person to re*
viso the voters list.
On motion Aid. Townsend was appointed acting mayor in consequence
of the resignation of Mr. Hendry, and
to aot until his successor is appointed.
Aid. Curtis gavo notico of introducing an election by-law,
Tho council then adjourned.
Recent advices received from Senator Mclnnes were to the effect that
himself and family wero enjoying
themsolves on the continent of Europe.
They wero then in Paris, but in a few
days would leavo for n tour through
Italy and Spain, visiting alao auch
cities as Pisa, Naplos, Venice, Rome,
and theuce baok to Great Britain,
making a tour of England, Scotland
and Ireland,—World,
«. C. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fund*
For the purposo of raising a, fund to
contribute towards tho patriotic and
worthy objcot of making the next annual provincial fair, to bo held in tliis
city, a grand and unprecedented success,
tlio undersigned agree to contributo tlio
sums opposite their respective names (to
bo paid Into the association or to trustees
competent to receive the samo, on or before 6 month-' from the dato of the last
provincial exhibition, and to bo applied
to preparing exhibition grounds and
buildings in the city, for Increasing the
amount offered In prizes, and for furthering tho exhibition ra other waya):
Hhurjio A Pntne, Lulu Island    10 00
L P Eckstein    10 00
R W Armstrong.    10 00
P R Glover.    10 00
Walker & Shadwell    10 00
Claud Hamber..........    10 00
Pe tor Grant.  10 00
A .1 mn  10 oo
Oapt A Grant    lo 00
J ft  Macdouell    10 00
W O Loye    10 00
P G Strickland   25 00
Gilley ])ros   20 00
SH Webb    25 00
T Cunningham    30 00
Henderson Bros, Chilllwhack    io 00
A 11 Wintemuto    10 00
Per Ex-Mayor Dickinson 212 85
Annie M Jaques , ,    10 00
Jas Cunningham   50 00
Grant-*- Hngstrom   20 00
J WHexsmlth   SO 00
Rev J H White    Hi 00
II Douglas „ ]00 00
H 8 Medullar 4Co   65 00
Ackerman Bros.   go 00
Reid A Currie    25 00
H T Read A Co   50 00
W II Thibaudeau.....    15 00
Grant A Maclure    ]0 00
Ogle, Campbell & Co   20 00
SlHSfnil'TIOKS PAIR.
The Columbian* 5100 00
W 3 Armstrong  :W 00
G D Brymner...  20 00
Stewart A Cash  25 00
Georgo Turner.  10 00
Young .4 Terhune  10 00
Terliuno A Co „,  10 00
A DesHrlBny  16 00
P Rilodenu  10 00
W O Coutham  25 00
T M Cunningham ,  25 00
A E Rand....  25 00
Next I
When Baby was slok, ws gave ber Cutorls,
Wlnm she wu a Child, ehe cried /or Cantoris,
VThon ahe became Miss, aha clung to Csatoria,
When eba had Chlldrtn, the •*-.*-* tbsm Cutoria
Wholesale City Market.
Beef,     por Kftlbs. .$ 4 003 4 50
Pork             "         7 60-9 SCO
Mutton          "         8 00(3 0 00
Potutoep.new "       „   100@
Cabbage        '■             50 @ 100
Onions          '■           1009 160
Wheat           "          160 O 0 00
Oats ■'           i25*il
Peas              ■■           150<| 2 00
Hny,        per ton    12 00 @ 15 OO
Butter (roils) perlti    0 25® 0 IiO
Cheeso, ■■     OUSO-Ifi
Eggs,       perdos    0203 25
Cordwooil (retail) per curd   3 00 d* -100
Apples, por box ,     80 @ I 50
Hides'gr'n'per 100 lbs   4 00<<a 6 00
" , (dry)        "            5 00i| 0 00
Wool, per lb        0($    10
BAPTIST CHURCH, Agues Htreet,
East of Mnry Btreet, Lord's Dey
Services at 11 a, ra. aud 7 p.m. Sabbath
School iindBlblo Class at 2:30 p. in. All
seats free; strangers cordially welcomed.
—Rov. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
METHODIST CIIUUCII, MATV
Street. Rev. J, H. White, Pastor.
Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday
School and Biblo Olass 2:'l0ji. m, Prayer
Meeting 011 Thursdays at 7.30p.*u, Seals
free; strangers cordially Invited.
QT. PAUL'S CHURCH, John Street,
O Opposito Orange Hull, Bev. Thomas
Haddon, Pastor. Services every Sunday
at II a. m. and 7 p. m, Thursday ovonlngs
at 7:30 o'clock. Seats free; ail are cordially Invited. Sunday School at 2:30 p. m.
C'HURCII OP ENGLAND.-HOLY
' TRINITY CHURCH; Rector, Tho
Bishop. S. MARY'S CHURCH; Rector,
Tho von. Archdeacon 'Woods, Services
In both churches every tiny, All seats
free. Both churches open nil dny for prl-
yato prayer.     	
-pllBBBYTEllIAN    CHUROH   (ST.
Jr ANDREW'S), comor Carnarvon and
Blackwood Sts. Rev, Thos. Scouior, pas-
tor. Services at ll a, in. ond 7 p. in.: Bun-
day-school nnd Bible-class nt 2,80 p. m.;
Prayer-meeting on Thursday ovonlngs lit
7.30.  Seats free; strangers welcome.
pALEDON IA *   ST.   ANDREW'S
V 800iHTY.-Tho regular meetings ol
this Association nro held on tho hint Tuesday of cneh month, at 8 o'clock p.m. All
Scotchmen are Invited to attend. -John
Hur k. Sec.	
AO. F.-COURT LORD DUFFERIN
. No, om. The regulnr meetings of
tho above Court aro hold at tho Foresters'
Hall, on tlie first and third Wednesday In
eacli montb, at 8 p. m.—Jno, McMviu'HY.
Senr., P. C. It. *^
■\1T C. T. V.-REGULAH MEETING
Tf • every Wednesday nfternoon nt 3
o'clock nt tho W. C. T. U. Headquarters,
Douglas St.   Loyal legion In tho iiiiue
6lace overy Friday afternoon.—Mita. Jas.
unninqiiam, President; Miss DeBeck
Secretary;
UNION LODUIQ No, 9, A. V.
At A, H.—Tlie regular meetings of this Lodge are held In
. . . the Masonlo Temple on tbe first
Wednesday In oaoh month, at 7:80 o'clock
p. m, Sojourning brethren are cordially
Invited to attend.—W. O. CoA-mAM-Ber.
IIOAUD OF TIIADK. Board Room,
J3 Oddfellows Brlek Block, up-slalrs
Council moots on the flrst and third Wednesday In oaoh month.at 4p.ni. Quarterly
meetings on the 22nd of Feb., May., Aug.,
and Nov., at 7:30 p. m. New members
mny bo proposed and electod nt any Quarterly meeting.-!). Robson, Sec.
HARP-WOOD.
(TENDERS FOR 80 CORDS OF HARD*
I WOOD, to be delivered at St. Mary's
Hospital, will bo received hy Chas. Mo-
DONOVdn. Front Stroot, np lo 12 o'clock,
noon, on tho 1st of August noxt.   djly2fitd
OITY SUPPLIES.
NOTIOB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tho City Corporation will not be responsible for any goods or artioles furnished to any official or employee oxcept
on nn order signed hy the oity clork or
mwmt. *"O">°5:BOBg0N
GUI' Clark.
July SlUi, 18811. ilJySdol
-ltl-orolo-lral Report for w-rt. Ending
July wm, isss.
„      , MAI.   NIN.   IU1H
Suniloy. 76,0 66.0
Mondny „, 72.0 69.0
Tuo-cliiy 7.1.0 50.0
WetllUMlny 81.0 MO
TlmrsUiiy 8I.0 68.0
J-WBjf 81.0 ao
Ssturday 81.0 660
Cleiip nud warm.
 A. l*£ELE,Capt'n.
FOR   SALR
9°MH:i, HOUSE & LOaciING-CAMP
OUTFIT.   For particulars, apply lo
T. 1. ARMSTEONO,
er           AHMSTRONQ A ECKSTEIN,
cljlyfflo New Westminster.
AUCTION.
ON THURSDAY NEXTJAUO. 1), at 8
p.m., I will sell by Publle Auction,
on Front St., tho House lately occupied
by Albert Dlobel, lho Ovon and n lot of
Brick on the precises, Also, 1 Horse-
Terms cash.
A. M. NELSON,
djly27td     . Auctioneer.
1 Removal
BOOTS UHOES
AS I INTEND MOVING NEXT DOOR
to Oily Bakery, I will ollor Inr llio
next flltecn days,
15 PER CENT. OFF
On all cash purchases.
A. II. WINTEMUTE,
Slgu of tlio "llufliilo."
Now West., Jnly 37,1880.      dwJI27lo
ROOMS TO LET.
FURRNISHED ROOMS TO LET, single
or double or en suite, pleasant aud
comfortable,  Excellent situation.
Applyto MISS ODIN,
Opposite h. 0. Cathedral,
djly23ml Columbia Street.
TO BUILDERS.
SKPARATE TENDERS ARE INVITED
for the various works in connection
with the erection of tho Residence for His
Lordship the Bishop of NewWestminster.
Plans, Ac., at my olllco. whoro tenders
(sealed aud endorsed) ate to bo delivered
on or before 12 o'clock, noon, on Monilny*
Anr.ntli.
Neither the lowest nor auy tender will
bo necessarily accepted.
WILLIAM R, KING,
Architect, Ac.
New West., July 26,1881). djly28l5
Tenders for Street Work,
TENDERS Wlhh BE RECEIVED AT
Iho City Hnll, New Westminster, up
toj o'clock on WEDNESDAY, July Hint,
1889, for the
GRADING OF QUEEN'S AVENUE,
marked''Tender for Queen's Avonue," and
addressed to the "Chairman of Hoard of
Works, City Hall, New Westminster."
No tender entertained unless accompanied by deposit equal to 5 per cent, of
amount of tender, which shall bo forfeited
If party tendering refuses or neglects to
enter Into a contract when culled upon to
-do so. In tho event of a lender not being
accepted the deposit will be returned.
Plans nnd specifications may lio scon In
the City Engineer's olllco, City Hail,
The IowcHtor any tender not necessarily
-accepted.
J. 0. JAQUES.
Chairman of Bonrd of Works.
•Oity Hall,
Now West., July 25th, 1880.     dJty2Std
ff.JMffi&CO.
HANK BUII.DINC1S.
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
ITblk'piiosb No. 65.]
14 CLARE ROAD. HALIFAX. EN LAND,
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS,
London anil Lancashire Fire anil
British Umpire Life Insurance
Companies.
New Weitmimter Building Society.
Accountant'-- Offlce, Diocese of N.W.
Cily Auditors, 1NBO, 1BS7 and 1881.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN  TIIE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRIOT,
and other monetary transactions.
Have soveral good.Investment's on tholr
books, and all now comers will do well to
call before doing business elsowhero.
dwlldoly
b)
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FOR THREE DAYS!
&EEAT    SA1E
Prints, C fi a ni brays
WHITE   EMBROIDERIES.
mm m* ms m? m jm. m_.
Seersucker at 6c per yd.
FOR ONLY THREE DAYS.
Ogle, Campbell & Freeman
MASOSriO BLOCK,
SUMMER GOATS!
JLT COST.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
l!T"E3*W" WESTINOn'-TSTIE-R.
JjlylOto
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
x_m___.x.zana, xxr
Choice Family_ Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Hialszadox *E3Cerrlii-*rs,
l-v-EaclEerel, Salt Cod,
^.raaao-ar's T7*ac. TX_.__a.s,
^.rrao-u.r'e TJ-ac. Sacon.
■Flo-ax. "Bran. Slioxts,
•■HIGHEST PKIOES PAID FOB FARM PRODUCE.
loidwi*   -       Sooullar-Armitrong Blook, Columbia St.
VOIUMB VIJ.-N0, 39,
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
Jas. Ellard \ Co
WILL SELL THEIR REMAINING STOCK OF
AT   COST,   FOR   CASH.
-t*   "»   Q^JC^J^___\_\_lj—-y
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, M,
BEST QUALITY.   EASTEKN PRICKS,
A full line of Spectacles & Eyc-GlUSSCS In stool, rubber, silver art -ji-ul
frames.   The linest Pebbles made, 34 per pair; all sights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learnt*, tn •
business thoroughly from somo of tho finest Horologers In England, and since then
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the best firms cm tho continent of America, is a sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship, Formerly muit-
ger for nearly 8 years of tho well-known firm of Savage « Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Diodcratc
Montreal, Deo,, 1887.—Mr. F. Crake."Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioner!-, snys: '.'I never found a Watotunalcor who did so
well for mo ns you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not here to-day."
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
AGENTS   B. LAURANOE'S   SPECTACLES.
Wholesale and Eetail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    ■     Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand, New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
W. £ G. Wolfenden,
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
HIGH-CLASS
DRY GOODS
—j_.2snz>—
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARCHE.
OUE .A.IDTNT-J.A.Ij
CLEARANCE SALE
HA8 COMMENCED.
Special Bargains.
WALKER <fc SHADWELL.
-twieSMo

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