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Array government Printing offl, ■
British
mbian
VOLUME 7
PHOFESSIOKAl AND BUSINESS CARDS.
SEW   WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 0, 1889.
WUMBEE 5
B
II. 0.
T. 0, ATK1KS0N,
AHUISTBlt, SOLICITOR, &o, Olllcos-
Musonla BUlldingf, New Westminster,
dwto
AliMSTAUNO A KCKSTEIN,
BARRISTERS,  SOLICITORS.   ETO. -
Masonlo Building,   New Westmlnater, B. C. dwmy-lto
W. NOil.lIAN UUMC. '-».. C,
BAURISTER-AT-LA\V,T,XNI)AOKNr.
Money to Loan. Olltec -t'liirluon SI.,
■Now Westminstor, » 0. dto
t-ttiiHiH xi>. Met itill a .mssn,
BARRISTERS. BOI-ICITOIW, olo.  001-
oos-Mnsonlc Buildings, New Wostminstor, and Vnncouvor, B. 0.       dwto.
A.C. DRV DONE-JACK, 91. A*,
NOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,
Ac, BnrrUterof tlie Now Brunswick
Supremo Court, Oflico in tlio Hamley
Building, Oolumbla Bt., opposite HioCoI-
onliii Hotel.  dnpSto
JOSEPH E, OA VNOK, B.A.-l.L.B.
GOLD MEDALIST of tho Unlvcrslt; Ot
Dublin. BAIIUISTEU-AT LAW of
the High Court of Justine, Irelnnd. Otllcca,
Corner McKenzie A clarkson stw.. New
Went in In Bter. dwfuglto
A.J. HOLMES, D. D. S..
C1URGE0N DENTIST. Grnilunto of tho
O Ohio Oollogo of Uonlnl Surgery. 1*
now with Dr. 0. E. C. Brown. All work
skillfullyperfdiini'it. llnnmM HAC.Dnnk
of u. 0„ Columbia Bt. Hnurs-8 to la am.;
li-tOtn(lp.m. dllyille
0, II.GATEWOOI>, D-D.-*.,
SUKOEON DENTIST--.A ttiivlnnto of
tlio Baltimore ivntiil (Mllego.ii-pro-
imroil to do all kltulH of Uonlnl work. Oflico over McLennan A MoFooly-s hardware store, m Cordova St., Vanoouver,
B.0    -lapiMtc
O. W. OKANT,
A1UH1ITECT.   Oftice-Cornur Mary and
Olurk'-miHtn., Westminster,   dwto
CI-OW  A il.-VCl-URK,
ARCHITECTS.    Olllco—Room E, over
Biuik of II. e.tC<MmnbluStreel-Westminster.  dto
WU.MA3I   i:. JUNG,
AIlcniTECT,SANITARY ENGINEER,
Ac. Removed to Armstrong's Block,
Columbia Street, Westminster—Room
No. s. dto
W. TIIIBADDEAV,
T AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS-
Jj mnn. Humley Block, Now Wostmln-
,shir, B. C. dlilyl5to
A. V. covrojr*
DOMINION ANn PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR. Otllce: RoomD.Bnnk
of_n. C bull :, W>".tiiiln-lf-r, V..V.
tl. E-ETI'E'.MIRHIII,
REAL ESTATE BROKER nud County
Court Agent-. Commissioner, Notary
Public, Ac. Ron is collected, 0(llee-Mc-
Keu/.lo Street, New •.Vi-.-'tnilnsU'.', B.0.
T. J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
Colnmbla Slreet, New Westminster.
All commissions will receivo prompt
and careful attention.   Bost references
given wlieu reijulreiL  uihl2-tc
p, o. McCAHTNEY,
COMMISSION AGENT nnd Customs
Broker. Douglas'St;1 Now Wostminstor, Anent (or Harrison Springs Aerated
Water: Vancouver !>lonm Dye & Cleaning
Works; Piano.*', Organs, MuhUhI Instru-
Druagists' Sundries for mile.   Noxt door lo
Milie.y.  djlyato
TU11NEU, UKRTOSi *• CO.,
A-rERCHANTS.    Wlmrf   St., Victoiln.
JYL  Agents for Nortii British nnd Mw
Riinlllfl Insurance Cn. for MaJnlaniL ,H.
C. Bketon A Co., 80 Flmibury Circus'; Lou-
/MAJOR & PEARSON
Real Estate Brokers nud
Financial Agents*
,, AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life Association of
Toronto,
Koy nl nml Lfincnuhlre Flro Iminr-
nn.e Companlefl.
ujtuValuable LoU for sale In the Oily
ami District of Wesl luliistcr; nnd cliolco
Lots in the City nf Vnncouvor.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city or
rural property should oommunloatewlth
us,
Offlcos: Bankof B.C. building.opposite
noatofltoe,Westminster,and ElastlngsBt.-
Vancouver. dwnp 1 (11 o
RAND BROS.
Kkli ESTATE HBOKEItS,
Cuiiveyftm-ri'*-, CnlU«t«M*
And Inmiranoe Agents,
Oltleos nt
NEW WESTMINSTER:   Comor
KoKonale and Clurkson fttx.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Streot.
LONDON .Engluud.
HUILDING LOTS for salo in all soettons
of Vancouver and New West in I nster City,
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
■ale  nt  Clillliwlinek,   Port  Hammond,
Langley, Matsqui, Humus, Mud Bay.Lnd*
net's Lauding, Lulu Island, North Arm
h and Put Rlvor.
Maps and Plans exhibited and tho fullest information furnished at all our oillces,
K
|W. BO VILL,
ARCHITECT
—ANIJ	
Real Estate Agent
NEW WESTMINSTER:--Omco1 Mncken-
**le Stroot,
Pull List of City and Suburban Property,
Particular ottontiou paid to Farming
Lands,
Accuralq Information to correspondents,       dwniyflyl
ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
Civil Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL  ESTATE,
FINANCIAL, SHIPPING & COMMISSION AQENTS
Vive, I.in- A Marine Inn urn tier.
|   Coi.umiiia St., - Onr, Colosiat. Hotel
NEW WESIMINSTER, B. C
' /1IVE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
1 \T tonlloii to nil professional orders nnd
tender tholr services to residents and nonresidents having Cily or Country Property
to dlsposo of or desiring profitable Investment.
Onr lists of eligible properties aro comprehensive and constantly receiving additions, nnd onr favorable eastern connections both In ('uniid-i nnd tho Atlnntlo
Slates give us unusual fuollltles for business.
Special attention will be pnld to the
purclinso and inspection of Lumber for
shipment to foreign ports. Toiinngo chartered nnd general shipping business trans-
! Bacftoson
i
!
DRUGGISTS.
| Pure and Fresh Drugs
PJEUATCTO-IKCXIS,
Patent Medicines, Eto
Pra-iANS' Presobiptiohs Carefully
Compounded.
Teloplione Con-mimlcntlon.  Nlnlit Hell
(II027IO
GENERAL & SpLF HARDWARE,
ImillliliiiK Tools of nil kinds of the best malics; (JroSS-CIlt A HilIMl*Ha*vs,
llai'lK'ft Wire for Fencing, anil all Ihe-iireusMiy "Itclislls lor Fni'lllini*:
I'lillpy Kloclts, Suatcli BlocSs. Bone & Clinin in all sizes; WJeli,
Tar & Oakum; IWreil ami l'liiln i-apei- tn BnltdttiKl I'ntiits & Oils
in all colomi LloillllPailltS ta all (lit, #8) floor I'sttlltS ready to uso j Vrillll
Stonesi Wall Taper in all daises; Brooms & Krnshes for all -iiii-poaos;
Lubrieatlns Oils; 'a'raps of all clrauriijtUm*, and a genoral assortment of
Agricultural lin-ile-iicuts,
ttr Speoial attention given to orders by mail.
T. T. r*T|£3-fik.tP"P. SO CO.,
dwjly3to Co&uibiA StubbTi Nbw Wkstmihstkr.
GRANT & MACLURE.
NEW   WESTMINSTEB.
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street,
noldly
Jfcw Westuilnstcr.
Globe House!
MRS.   WM.    RAE
WILI.,  OFFER
FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS
Call Early and Secure Bargains.
J_x.%_st
jM
OPPSOBS :
NEW WESTMINSTER, orMNcEKRESzLrER8KT%0
W A M/-S/*M  l\/irrj     CORNER  CORDOVA  AND
VANCOUVtlR, ABBOTT STREETS.
—AKD-
ANDERSON BLOOK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON,   ENG. 107 CANNON ST.
Farming Lands^Towh Lots
OF MX. DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia and Front Sts.,
in contral portion of tlio city; sevcr.il
buildings bring good reiit-t2",000.00.
Lot 4, Block 7, near Lytton Square,
6(1x132 feet, fronting on Columbia anil
Front Sts.-S0,000.O0.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., 33x00 foot—
$1,000.00.
Also—Lot ond Building with stock of
Goods, ono of tho best business stands
in tho oity. -
Improved Residential Property
Lot 15, Block 1,1; two bouses rented at
paying figures—51,500.00.
Houso and Lot on Lorno St., near Col-
nmbia—$1250.00.
Lott 4, 5 & 0, Wook 10; good house, •
garden,-to.; choice residence property
-85,250.00..
Corner Ixit on Columbia St.; fenced and
cleared-S1500.00.
HonsonnilLot on Columbia St.; one of
tho finest residences in tlio city—§*,-
000.00.
Houso and Lot on Eoyal Avonue, near
Douglas St.-?2,O0O.0O.
Houso and 3 Lots, cornor Royal Avonue
and St. l'atrlok'B St.; no bettor residenco sito in tho olty-810,000.00.
1 aoro, with 7 honsos, near the Park-
80,000.00.
ilwauSllo
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Block 28; cornor lot on Agnes St.;
lino residence sito-81200.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., nenr Queen's
Avenue—5500.00 oach.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Halifax Sts,, near Clinton St.; fino views
and well situatcd-8350.00, $375.00,
8500.00.
Lot oil Mclboui'no St., near Clinton ■
8300.1)0.
Lot 0. Sub-Block 10; fine reiidence lots-
8250.00.
Lots on I'olhnln St., near .Mary—8000.00
each.
Lot on Pelham St., near St. Andrew's!
fine site—8500.00.
Lot on St. Jehu's St., near Melbourne—
8350.00.
Lot iu St. Andrew's Sqllaro- 8300.00.
Lots ill Block fronting on Nortii Arn
road; finest olianco in lho market fo:
residenco or speculation—8125.00 t<
8175.00.
Lots In Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Bloo
12—800.00 to 8125.00.
Lot, iu Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloo
13-S1G0.O0 oach.
Lois in Westminster Addition at $15.00
to 850.00.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder nover vnrlcs. A mnrvelnf
piirlty.el-ra-aKtli nml whotUBome-aoHH. Moro
economical tli-m lln? oniinnry kinda, and
cannot lio sold In competition With the
ranltitudeof lo*** teat,abort weight nium
nr phosnhnlo powders. Sold only In oixm.
Hoyai.Baking Powdbb Co.,100 Wall St.,
New York. Bfely
Farm for Sale.
LOT 27, BLOCK -1 NORTH RANGE 0
West, Jjiiln Island, nt n Imrt'iiiii.-—
Apply to BAUD BROS., or EDWARD A.
SHARPE, Luln Xulnnd. dwJo27ml
■GPo Xj-e-t.
OKF10ES   IB   THIS   AHMSTnOSG
Ulock.    Apply lo
.    W, J.'AUMSIRONO.
(IJelOlc Sllorln".
TO BENT.
AIT.KASANT ROOM FOB TWO OEN-
tlcmon, Willi or without Hoard, In
private family.   Apply at third liolise lip
ibo'hlll, lett hand side of Douglus street.
 djeloto	
Timber Lantls for Sale.
THE DISCOVERER'S INfEREST IN
about, 3,000 acres of first-class Timber
Lands, principally Kir.
WOODS, TURNER A GAMBLE.
Now West., II. C., .lime 11,1SS».   djel2nil
First-class Prairie Farm
FOE J3-A.Xa"2!.
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, North Arm, Frasor Itlverj con*
talnlng2t]0 acres of tlm fincKHiii-mlnglmid
in tho conn try; nil dyked, well Improvud,
good buildings, good ovi-linrd (hearing).
For furthor In formation enquire of
MAJOR .t PEARSON',
dmy2l)tc New Westminster.
T
BOY WANTED
IO LEARN THE FURNITURE AND
Uiiholsterlnglrnde.
djly6l3 1". PEBBLES,
WANTED.
AwiM.trnHUiviln    HutiSl1', snitahle
for n delivery wagon.-Apply to
djo20*vl R.-T. ARMSTRONG.
Plants for Sale!
d EC 23 A- s»
CrreenliousBS, Douglas Street
IN UltF-AT VAIttCTY, INCLUDINO,
GERANIUMS. Doublo and Single;. FU-
CHIAS, nil now vnrlotlosj ROSES,
Double? PETUNIAS, MOON-FLOWBKSj
si line collootlon of DAHLIAS (named
varieties). ANNUALS, 2i ots, per doz.
Mixoti BEDDINO PLANTS.£1.60 per doz.
I offer 10 Plants for SI. Including I Storm
King Knc.hlu. Bouqiu-I--'. Wreuths mid
OrosseB made to order, Fruit, Vegoiables
and Flowers at Store, nexl City Hotel, Columbia St. Orders by mull promptly nt-
tended lo       ld\vnp,'yl]      I'. LATHAM.
T. A. MIR & CO.
Queen's  Hotel  Block,
M'.IT WK>T.UI\STF.II.
Relialile Drugs & Medicines
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PRESOBn-TIONB A SPECIALTY,
dnpltc
so co.
?a!  Estate,
INSURANCE
mancial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating to
ileal l-.3t.ate.
—AGENTS FOR—-
London Assnrnnco Corporation.
Connoctlotit Fire Insurance Co. of
Hartford.
London and Lancashire Life Assurance Co.
Canton Insurance Offlce, Ld. (Marino)
OFFICES)
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwsellyl
SCIENTIFIC  MISCELLANY.
Tho record of meteoroloictil obscr-
vatijoM kept at the Paris Observa-
torfcfas begun in 166G.
'ly-whoels with rims of steel wire
nre now made in Westplinlin, mul
may be run nt threo times the speed
of cust-iron wheels, which are limited
to about forty yards per second for
the rim.
Bortholot has found tho sceptre of
Pepi I.—dating back 3500 or -1000
B. 0.—to bo of puro copper. Ho
agrees with many archaeologists thut
lho use of puro copper must have preceded that of bronze, and believog
that tho introduction of bronze cannot date back beyond 50 to 60 centuries.
Tho   British   Museum   contains
Wbttt tiro prnhi'Mj' f''** fAAmt- QJAfaa
ot vnroaght iron now known- a sickle
blndo found by Belzonl under the
base of a sphinx in ICarnao, near
Thebes ; a blade found by Co). Vyso
iinhedded in the masourv of the great
pynunitl; nnd a portion of a cross-
out saw exhumed at Nimrod by Mr.
Layard,
Puster Floors.—A now process
for hardening plaster Paris, making
that substance suitable for flooring
purposes, lias been communicated to
tho French Academy of Sciences by
M, Julie, The plaster is mixed
with one-sixth of its weight of fine,
freshly-slaked lime, and used with
as little water as possible. Aft ei*
becoming thoroughly dry, it is treated with a saturated solution of
either zinc sulphate or iron sulphate.
With the first tlie hardened plaster
remains white, while the second, by
griidual oxidation, yields the color of
iron rust, which gives a fine imitation of mahogany under an application of linseed oil.
Photographic Ppognosticatiox.
--The disaster to iho war-ships sta*
donod nfc Apia has reminded Mr.
H. E. Gunthcr of the theory of Br.
Zengei-j of Prague, who suggested
the uso of photography in weather
prediction. Photographs of the sun
aro claimed to offer ulmost infallible
indication of atmospheric and subterranean disturbance at least 2-1
hours in advance. The photographs often show rings about the
sun, and when those rings aro unusually largo and heavy, violent
storms, thunder-storms or magnetic
disturbances will soon be experienced. The establishment of a photographic observatory at ovory ships'
station in urged.
An Interesting Product—-Ox-
alo-molydic acid ia a new substance,
rM.»>iu() -jouuuui jjiu-jeruus- wiucii
has been discovered by M. Peohard,
n French chemist. When dry tho
crystals may be preserved unchanged
without special precautions, but if
moist they quickly become colored
on sunlight. Characters written on
paper with the solution remain invisible in a weak light, but turn to
deep indigo in the sun'.1* rays though
the solution itself is practically unaffected. A sheet of paper dipped iu
tho solution and dried in the dark,
will give n very sharp blue print
when exposed behind n photographic
negative. Water instantly bleaches
tho color so that a moist pen may
bo made to writo in white on blue
paper. Gentle heat, however,
changes the bluo to black, and tixc3
tbe color.
Great Wabtk-Spots—Tho Sahara
Desert, according to Mr. Joseph F.
James, is a diversified area 3100
miles long by 600 wide, Bummer is
its only season, its days scorching,
its nights cold. Its soil is chiefly
graveland coarse sand. Its oases
enable caravans to cross it, although
much of the area ia otherwise waterless and destitute of alii vegetation
and animal life. The Desert of
Gobi, tlio Asiatic Sahara, is more
than 1800 miles long and 500 wide.
It is a plateau 5000 foot high, a
waste of sand nnd rock, with few
oases, and only fivo tree in n distanco
of 500 miles. Ico forms nearly
every night, and the temperature
often falls to 30 ° or 40 ° below
zero. Tho interior of Australia
rivals these two great deserts, and is
tho most torriblo of nil to travellers
on account of its heat and the luck
of water. It oontnines about a half-
million squaro miles, nnd the northern pnrt is almost ontirly destitute of
vegetation. The Arabian Desert is
a sandy waste of about 50,000
squaro miles, dotted here and there
with a fow stunted bushes or d warfod
palms, A characteristic of this nnd
other Asiatic deserts is the sufiben-
ting simoon. A largo part of Persia
is a desert tract, in which vegetation
is so rare that one may travel 300
miles and seo only ono tree. Here
the suit desert, with a porous crusted
surface, extends 100 miles in length
by half ns much in width. In South
America tho Puna extends for 350
Spanish milos in length at an elevation of 12,000 feet. A brown grass
covers the ground, thero are but fow
trees, and a single tuberous plant
can nlone ba cultivated. Animal
lifo is comparatively abundant. Another dosert of Peru—now partially
subdued by man and crossed by a
railroad—stretches 1200 milos along
the PaciBc, from 8 to 50 miles wido,
Tho Groat American Desort of tho
United States is a basin region of
many hundreds of square miles of
rock, sand and alkali, with a growth
of sage brush and a little animal life,
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
nt tho Coi-omiiiaj* offico. Prices will he
[ound aa low tu at any other offioe in
tliu provlnoe —Ada,
THE GREAT MILL.
Children Cryfor Pitched Castoria
The Usual Budget About the Sullivan -ICtIrain Fight. Movements
of the "Heroes."
A Now Vork Yarn About British
Wold Buying tip U.S. Jtnil-
road Restaurants.
Latest l'lmso of the Irish Question.
An Irish-American ltcpublic to
be Established.
Kll.k.-.IN AlllilV'KS,
New Oiilbaxs, July o, —Tlio Kilrain
train pussoil Bidpwell. Miss., ut 10:03
tliis morning, ahead of timo, aud
renched hero at 11 o'clock, Fivo hundred peoplo were at tho depot and
grout excitement prevailed.
Till: 'iUl'AT MILL.
New Okleanh, July C—Sullivan
expressed -filc-if-urn this mum int* thnt
the light is ' uly 2. hours oft'. Intense
hunt nnd luck of walking exercise is
tolling upon him and Muldcin admits
if stnto interforeneo should prevent
tho light taking place for sevoral days
it would bo necessary lo tuko tho champion to Bilox, ur Bomo other watering
placo on lho coast, whoro tho heat
would bo tempered with tho salt
breezes and pedestrian oxorciso bo possible. Tho manngers assert, however,
with tho same ainiliiig confidence as a
week ago, lhat tho mill will come off
on schedulo time, and it will be over
and back iu tho city before either slate
or local authorities can get within a
good many miles of the ring. Tho latest report is it will be ' pitched on one
of tho islands iu Peaco river, somewhere in the neighborhood of Sidell,
about 30 miles from tho city on the
Norlh Eastern rond, with which a contract has beon made. It is altogether
probable this is ucar the mark, us'tho
point in question is soma distance from
tho county seat, nnd Iho mill could
tako plnco without interruption. Governor Lowry's latest proclamation offering §1,000 for tho nrrest or deliverance of Sullivan und Kilrain on Mississippi soil 13 laughed at by lho backers
of both principals, who say if ho knew
us much iw they do he could savo himsolf somo worry, und.his Bubordinatoa
agdoddoal'dfannoyance. Ucprcsntutivvs
of Governor Lowry readied hero this
morning to watch arrangements and
notify all sherifT-t of counties- ou the
state lino when tho various trains start
und if possiblo their destination. Mississippi troups will go out to-night under command of Oolonels R, M. Levy
uud Georj-o S. Green. Kilrain's arrival this morning was signalized by
one of theso terrilic thunder storms
for wliich this portion of tho state is
noted- Bain fell in sheets for over an
hour turning Gravier Btreet, Clmrlcs,
and other atroets in the business centre into a river, flooding stores and
driving tho occupants to tako refuge
on the counter.) and chairs.   A special
ir'V *£:'1'.P""Ai*T-rml"''"-..-..of  Now
York, President Walmsloy oitno soutn-
ern athletic club, aud California athletic and fuur others went out at 7.30
this morning to rush tho Kilrain parly
over tho Mississippi state line, nnd
thoy renched hero again at 11 o'clock.
Despite tlio rain storm a big crowd
mot Kilrain at tho depot and gavo him
a hearty raception. Accompanied by
an escort, the parly entered live carriage*- and wero driven tp tha Southern
Athletic club. Speaking to a United
proas reporter, Kilrain said ho was in
excellent condition und felt coniidmit
of success, lie will go out this afternoon to ihe Wesl end and will witness
the swimming match between Prof.
Butler and Clark, which Charlie will
referee.
DBl'Ul'Y SltEltn'J* SHOT.
Visalia, Oal., July G.-J. N. Wren,
deputy sheriir, wna shot by Charles
Roavis last night, while resisting arrest. Ho died two hours later without recovering conaciou*iness. Iteuvis
is still at large, A hundred well armed
mon aro on his trail this morning.
It is not expected ho will bo brought in
alive.
THE N, V'll ANNUAL llEl'ORT.
New York, July 6,—Work on the
Northern Pacific's annual report is in
progress. Indications nro tho oompany will havo it handsome profit from
its branch roads, based on tho whole
milenge of freight handled, originating on its branches. The earnings of
branch liuoi*, baiod on mileage alone,
show a deficit.
SMl'HNp,
San Fhancisco, July 6.—Arrived,
steamer Walla Walla from Victoria;
ship Valley Forgo from Departure Bay;
bark Sagamore from Port Gamble;
liaikeiitiin: Quickstep from P>Tt Disco veiy.
(-U1TH JeSTlMAIILB.
Oalii'oknu, July 6.—Wm, Holt
wai shot and iiiAianlly killed here lust
night by A. II. Fennel!. Holt was a
noted des poind'i. Ho was drinking
hi'tivily, and threatening to kill sevornl
persons. Among tbem was Fennell.
He bad shot and eoiiously woundol an
Indian cuily in the evening. Fennell
was a mining mnn of Suu Francisco,
and ho had never spoken to Holt.
Ft-1 in ell was examined nnd discharged
to-day on thn ground that the homi-
eido wns justifiable
it wouldn't work.
CitiuADO, July O.—The attorney of
John F. Hoggs, under indictment for
complicity in tlie Cronin nturdor, this
morning applied before Judge Fully for
u writ of Itaheas cot pus. The judgo
denied the motion, and Beggs wns ro*
mended to jail.
ANOTliEll DtllltSH (lOLn STOUY,
New York, July 0.—Tho latest
story concerning tho investment of
British cipital in the U. S. is lhat
nearly a million dollars has been ofl'er-
od for Dohuonioo's establishment, and
should tho oiler bo accepted, the
schemo afloat is to purchase the wholo
system of railroad restaurants in various parts nf the country. The story
is givon color by tho statement uf Dor-
vol, a prominent caterer of this city.
Uo has been offered lho position nt the
head of tho Now York ond of tho en*
torpiiso.
A ltATTLlNa    FIRE.
Prno, Nov., July G,*—This morning about 10 o'clock a firo broko out
in a tea and coffee storo, whioh resulted in tho total destruction of N. P.
Jaques' hardware Btoro, Lcoto's Baloon,
Rot her Bros', tea nnd coffoo store, A.
H. Mannings' tin shop, John Sunderland's shoo shop, Baptist church, John
Smith's two dwelling houses, besides
quite a number of smaller buildings.
Tho loss will not exceed $20,000, insured for about $10,000.
TRAINS COLLIDE.
Randolph, N. Y., July 6.—A passenger train collided with a freight on
the N. Y. Penna. & Ohio Ry. near
hero early thin morning. The freight
engineer, Esmann, of Moadville, Pa.,
and buggngo master Wentz were killed.
The tiromou of both trains were hurt.
The only passenger injured was Fred
Sibley, of Jamestown, and his injuries
aro slight.
A CLOSE RACE.
Philadelphia, July 0.—The Cornell university crow has defeated the
university of Pennsylvania crow in the
U mile raco. Cornell's time, 0 min.,
40sec; Pennsylvania crew, G min.,
40k sec.
ERIN OO BltAOU.
Chicaoo, July D.—-A number ot
prominent Irish Americana held a
.•.WV-4U-J, w ulluh mu iea»iou.iy vt m-
gauizing nn Irish American republic to
advance the interests of the Irish race.
After a lengthy discussion it waa
unrmimomly decided to adopt a plan of
action prepared by Win. T. Griffin.
Accordingly an organization was perfected to bo known ns the Irish American Republican Association, and an
election of officers waa held. It is the
intention of the projectors of the above
named association to organize a laud
syndicate, composed of influential and
won 1 thy Irishmen, and to send representatives to Canada, Chili, Peru and
Mexico, The latter country, it is
understood, would be willing to dispose of Lower California or neighboring state under certain conditions, with
the privilege to purchasers of establishing an Irish American republic thereon. The money expended on improvements necessary and land will be secured by mortgage without interest or
at very low rate of interest, and will
be collected in small annual instalments. This money will be used to
build and equip a navy, organize au
army, develop the resources of the
country, and establish a republic.
' OTTAWA NOTES.
Ottawa, July C.—Commander Gordon, of the Canadian fisheries protection service, reports the mackerel
fishery on tho Atlantic seaboard almost
a complete failure this season and recommends the adoption of restrictive
measures,
Tho proposal of tho newly formed
Irish-American republican association
to establish a Franco-Irish republic in
Canada is laughed at in official circles.
Said a military official to-day: Canadahad
on tho basis of the lost census a million
men available in tho timo of trouble,
and it would faro badly for the invaders.
Prof. Saunders, director of experimental farms expects to visit the government farm at Agassiz in August.
VICTORIANEWS.
Serious .(--rldrnt tonSallor.—The Kam-
loops-AmUlM Baseball Natch.
Spce'.nl to the Colvmbian.
Victoria, July G,—Yesterday afternoon a bad accident occurred on the
Bhip Duko of Abercorn, at anchor in
tho royal roads. Soveral sailors were
heaving up anchor when the winch got
away from them. The handle flew
around with great rapidity striking a
sailor, named Andrew Bitala, on tho
head. The scalp was torn off and the
bones laid bnto. The skull is not fractured and the nun will likely recover.
He is in tho Marine hospital.
Tho Amities and Kamloops baseball
clubs play at tho Caledonian grounds
at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Quite a
number of people from New WestminBter and Vancouver came down to see
the match, it is thought the game
will ho a good one. The weather is
warm and fine.
A public meeting is called for next
Thursday, at Viotoria theatre, to discuss ways and means for the early construction of the Victoria, Saanich &
New Westminster Railway. The
mayor will preside.
Tho hose team mado n run, wet test,
last evening, distance 400 feet, hose
200 feet, and got water in 31 seconds.
At the end of the fifth innings Kara*
loops scored G, Amities 1.
School Board MeetlM*
A meeting of tho school board was
held in the now city hall on the evening of tho Uhinst. Present, trustees
Johnston, Calbick, Sinclair, Duncan
and McKcuzio, In the absence of the
mayor Mr. Johnston took the chair.
The minutes of tho previous meet*
iii£ were read and approved.
Tho secretary read a letter from Mr.
Pope, superintendent of education,
enclosing in tabulated form the results
of tho last written examinations of the
public and high school.
On million tlio letter was received
nud placed ou tile, and tho enclosure
therewith placed on the table.
A communication was read from
Mr. Coatham ond Miss Rogers, enclosing their annual reports of attendance
and enroU-ncut of pupils, nnd also
recommending certain improvements
in thu building and yards.
On motion tho recommendation was
received und the mattor of improvements was referred to Mr. Calbick with
tho view of being carried out.
Tho duplicate reports having been
doly counter-signed by the trustees
present, wero ordered to be forwurded
to the education offico.
A communication from Miss Rogers
affecting tho interests . of the school
was read and filed.
On motion Mr. Calbick was instructed to procure a cabinet for the minoral
specimens obtained by D. Chisholm
Esq., M. P., from tho geological director at Ottawa. A drawer-caso for
tho school board's books and papers
was also ordered to be placed in the
city hall.
Tho secretary reported that the
building of the woBt sido school house
would proceed at onco.
Mr. McKenzie having stated that
ho proposed making n tour across the
continent, Mr: Sinclair was appointed
secretary pro tern.
Tho meeting then adjourned to meet
again at tho call of the chairman.
Tho American excursionists celebrated tho 4th by a picnic on the Red
river. When three miles above Winnipeg the steamer struck a rock, snd
nil were obliged to rido or walk home,
BARGES BURNED.
V Fire at the London Docks Destroys Three Barges tnd Property Valued at (800,000.
The Egyptians, nnder Col. Wood-
house, Give the Dervishes Another Terrible Thrashing-.
Latest Advices from Samoa Beport
a Treaty of Peace Between the
two Native Chiefs.
UA HOES BU-UflSD.
Lokdo-i, July 6.—Th. fit. whioh
broke out in iom. .bed. on the river
front this morning, extended a hundred yirdt along the dock.. Seven
bargea were burned; lou, 1300,000.
.Mb  nri-»  Vl-UVHIJ*-1
Loniion, July O.—The Muuebu-
aettt rifle team hat won itt fifth consecutive victory here, defeating the louth
London rifle club.
A TKKttlRLK I1EKKAT.
C.mo, July O.-The Egyptian.,
under Col. Woodhouae. again defeated
the Dervishes, of whom 000 wore killed
and 700 taken pritouers.
PEACE  ARRANGE*).
Sidney, N. S. W., July 0.-Advioel
from Samoa ttate a treaty of pew. hat
been concluded between Mataafa and
Tamaiae. The investigation of the
chargei that the Britiah consulate at
Apia hat givon assistance to Mataafa
baa been ended. The comul it exonerated.
SAID 10 BE SETTLED.
London, July 5.—Th. Dufly Mitra \
taya that tlm communications whioh
have been patting for aome weeki between the foreign oflice here and the
■tate department in Washington on
the subject of the Behring'. Sea difli-
cultiea nave resulted in a thorough
understanding between the two government., whioh will avert the potti-
bility of a controversy in tbe Behring
Sea during the teal fithing.
PARNELL COMMISSION.
London, July 6.—Before the Parnell commission to-day Mr. Davitt
opened hia own case by calling to stand
Mr. Loudon, formerly member of the
commona for Mayo. Mr. Davitt questioned him aa to the periodical famine,
iu Mayo. The witnett aaid they were
dueentiroly to the ayatem of rack
rents. He intitted that the Mayo
branch of the land league had never
voted a single farthing to foment
crime. The murder, of Lynen, Hudd
and Kavanagh were the work of tho
heida league, an organization part of
whose policy waa the -hooting of held,
belonging to land leaguers. Witneu
taid bo had never informed the authoritiet of theae facts, although he
had frequently denounoed th. herd,
league in public. Hia reason fur not
giving the authoritiet the information
lie possessed ai to the authori wat that
»— .i* „0t n'vl. .. ..-- -..-..«.. «..   a..
level with informera.
POLITICAL NOTES.
London, July 6.—Lord Randolph
Churchill hat definitely determined to
stand for central Birmingham, local
conservatives refusing to obey the dictates of the central authority, who do-
tirod that John Albert Bright might
bo permitted to retain hi. teat at a 11-
bural-uuionitt. Thia notion on the
part of Lord Randolph and hii inn-
pottura is likely to cause muoh trouble
for tlio conservative manager., a. the
unionist! will probably rebel if one of
thoir number it ditplaoed by a con-
aervative in contravention of th. dit-
tinct understanding that be wat not to
be opposed. Many ahrewd political
observer! aee in thit inoidont the rock
upon whioh the preaent govetnment ia
deatined to go to piecei.
The Dover liberal! have aiked Sir
Herculei Bobinion to stand in the
eleotion to fill the Dixon vacancy. It
ii probable that Sir Hercules will content.
Lord Saliabury'a withdrawal of the
land transfer bill is due to hit fear
that it would be defeated in iti final
pottage. Thia it in line with the
policy which the toriea have been pur-
tuing all through thia session. They
preeent elaborate achemei of legiilation
pats them through the initial itagei in
parliament far enough to be able to
form an estimate aa to the opposition
they are likely to develop, and then,
at the fint lign of danger, they igno-
minoutly run away, abandoning their
convictions but holding on to offlce.
PERSONAL.
Mist Dickinton paid Vancouver a
vitit thit morning.
Col. McGregor left this morning on
a thort trip to tho provincial capital.
Min Elliott, daughter of Mr, H.
Elliott, hu gone over to Viotoria on a
ihort visit.
Min Draper left for Victoria this
morning and will visit friendi there
for a ocuple of weeki.
H. M. Stramberg B.A., principal
of the high school, left thii morning
on a vitit to th. Sound.
Hartley Gitbnrne, .uperintendent
government telegraph service, is regiitered atthe (jueen'a Hotel.
Miu Higginwn left for Chilliwack
thi. morning where .he will be the
guott of Mn. E. B. Knight for a few
weeka,
Mn. R. Dickinson left for Lulu
Island thii morning, when the will b»
the guott of Mn. M. M. English for a
fewdayt.
John McKenzie, of the Dominion
lands department, left by the Atlmtie
expren today on a tour acrou th.
oontinent, ana will probably viait th.
Parii exhibition before returning
homo.   Bon voyage.
il. Maofatlane, of Bell-Irving j-'
Patterson, wholesalo commluion merchants of Vanoouver, ii regiitered at
the Queen'. Hotel. Mr. Mwf.rl.ne
ia making arrangement! to open a
branch of the above named firm'i
buiineu in this oity and hu 1mm'a
portion of th. new Armttrong bloek
tor that purposo.
m
Rev. Father Drammond viiited
rium Creek, Men., to lecture on the
Jeiuit quettion. A gang of rowdiu
forcibly ontered the full after the lecture had begun and broke up the
meeting.
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Saturday Evealu**, .Inly 0, 1889.
While tho teinpcranco—or more
correctly tlio prohibition—wave lias
taken   a   backward roll lately, nit
over  tho  continent, there is every
evidence thnt this is morely tho natural action, or ro-aotion- of all great
movements, in   cither   the physical
or moral sphere, that have a resist-
but draw back alternately that they
may strike  tho   more swiftly and
surely.   So  does tho sea wave retreat  down  the  beach, and   the
wielder of  tho axo withdraw Ins
blade, and tho mower swing baok
his scythe. Even the mighty steam-
engine exemplifies tho samo principle of action and ro-action.   Nearly
every   manifestation of   continued
and applied force exhibits this phenomena, on   tho' surfaco  at least,
while the steady trend is in all theso
cases ever forward.  Thero is in this
apparent crisis of  the temperance
causo  in'America, a cotemporary
well   observes, no faltering, and no
paltering on the part of any of the
great churches of the country upon
this vital question.   In spite of the
fact   that  thero is a strong obb of
tho tide of prohibition for tho time
throughout   tho   whole  continent,
caused   chiefly by tho disappointment of expectations which -were too
great   to   be immediately realized,
and partly by determined organization on the part of tho opponents of
the movement, tho wholo Christian
church, Roman Catholic as well as
Protestant, is not even discouraged,
and instead of taking any backward
step all have shown (inn fronts and
are determined upon a further advance.	
Elsewhere will be found an important notice concerning the British Columbia exhibit to tho Toronto
industrial exhibition. "Any person
in the city or elsewhere who has, or
expects to havo, before the date of
the exhibition at Toronto, such articles as are deemed worthy of boing
exhibited, will confer a favor by
communicating, as soon as possible,
with some member of the committee.
All nrt.--.l-..* *-i—- *-- <---.l,;i*'fint, will
be packed and sent freo of charge to
the exhibitor." This notico refers
particularly to the contribution from
Westminster and vicinity to the
British Columbia exhibit to bo sent
to tho Toronto exposition this fall.
It will bo remembered thnt tho city
council vory properly appropriated
$200 towards this purposa some
weeks ago, and the local committeo
that has tho business in hand (names
of which will bo found in tho advertisement roferred to) is a good
guarantee time a oreditablo display
will be made by tho royal city this
year at tho Toronto exhibition, if
the committee itsolf is properly supported and assisted by every patriotic citizen iu a position to aid in
tho good work. The Toronto exhibition has got to be an established
and most important institution—it
is practically an annual exposition
of the natural resources, products,
industries and arts of tho Dominion
—nnd as such should be encouraged
from tho broadest standpoint, whilo
from narrower, but perfectly praiseworthy motives, British Oolumbia
and each of its cities and different
sections should seek to excel in their
respective quotas of exhibits.
allowance, the question will, .probably be oarried by "the other aide"
to the "highest court in tho empire;"
hut hardly more important questions
have gono tho same road before with
.satisfactorily linul results, and thero
is uo good reason why the Jesuits'
estate net should not answer as to
its constitutionality beforo the bar
of thu supremo court of the Dominion nt any rale, without further
delay or shifliii".
The anti-Jesuits estato act agitation is not dying out in tho east, ns
certain publicists nnd journals predicted it- would ; but, in both Ontario antl Quebec, conferences, synods
and assemblies, as well as public
meetings and an influential contingent of the press, aro finding against
the measure and putting their in
dictments in no uncertain words.
When the mntter came before tho
Dominion parliament last spring,
It will be recalled that high constitutional ground was taken by the
government leaders and the great
majority of tho rank and Ule of both
political parties in tho house, this
being tho basis, too, of tho opposition
to disallowance expressed.- by all the
Conservative and ui)unber of other
journals. As ev;oryono knows, only
thirteen out of tho whole houso were
found to vote disallowanco of the
■Jesuits' estates act when the question finally camo to a division.
TJhe agitation sinco tlmt has for its
dpfinito point and objnet tho submission of thn disputed act to tho
supreme court of the Dominion, so
that the question of its constitutionality may be authoritatively aud impartially settled by a competent tribunal.' Tho Dominion authorities,
and particularly Sir John Thompson,
minister of justice, aro very loth to
accede to this quite reasonable de-
. mand, for tlio reason, it would appear, that, if the court found against
the constitutionality of tho nieasuro,
the government would he placod in
an "awkward position" and that tho
burden of actual disallowance would
fall upou its shoulders instead of on
tho court's, Tho demand, however,
is eminently reasonable, and within
precedent and practice, and cannot
well be evaded or resisted. Of
course, if tho Canadian supreme
oourt should declaro in favor of die-
Thn nice question in tho South is
bottoming more complicated, The
newspapers iii the Southern States,
according to an exchange, are dis*
eusHiiu- t,ho '-lmlines of whilo labor
BupuliuiUpg.colored litltor in the hot
L'liumU' nf that region. The doctrine
of the Smith in the blavory days was
Unit nflgTO slavery wus essential to
tliu existence of the cotton-growing
and other industries of tho South,
nud that whites could not labor in
tlm heat with safety. Since tho
conclusion of the war Northern capital has been largely invested in tho
Southern States, and to a limited
extent there has been a movement
of white people there, The discussion   began   by tlio Memphis Ava-
tui'-cn*-) -.itfututiiig una*, llif nmiiii wop
can be produced by white labor, and
giving Texas as an example of what
tho whites can do in that way. Another paper denied that Texas illustrated   tho  contention   that whito
labor   could   attend   to tho cotton
crop,   asserting  that "only a fow
small cotton fields in north-eastern
Texas aro cultivated by whito labor,
and nine-tenths of tho Texan cotton
crop is grown on lho river bottoms
in  the southern nnd south-eastern
counties, whore n whito man cannot
labor, can scarcely live, in the summer."   This   view again   is eontriv
dicted by positivo statements from
other  southern papers, that white
men sutler less from sunstroke than
colored   men  when engaged in. out
door   labor.    The   cotton   crop, in
more than ono part of the country,
is said to be raised  by whites in increasingly large  numbers, and tin?
New Orleans Timcs-JJcmocrat comes
to a rather surprising   conclusion :
"The News and Courier, which made
a careful investigation of this matter  in   South Carolina, county, by
county, a'fow years ago, found tlmt
'30 per cent, of the cotton was raised
by whito and 70 per cent, by colored
labor.   In Mississippi tho state census of  18S0, taken coincident with
the U.S. census, showed  that 328;-
5(i8 bales wero produced   by white
and  027,240  bales by, negro labor
In   these   states, with large negro
majorities, nearly a third of tbe cotton crop was   raised by the whites,
whereas   thirty-years ago not over
400,000 bales, or one-tenth the crop,
was  grown   by  them."   Speaking
practically, however, thinks an exchange, tlio baok-bono of Southern
labor is still the colored race, whatever may bo the case in tho future.
It will   somewhat  complicnto the
men problem in the United States
it ine am-.,.-. !■---«. ._:11»l,f„ ;„
large numbers to other states, and
still remain a preponderating element in that partof the union peculiar1)* their own, Tlio two races
eannot unite, and if statisticians nro
not gravely astray, there is troublo
ahead for tho big republic.
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past has given the VERY BEST
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been well ground and mixed,
and in body and covering capacity gave us exceedingly good
results. I wish the new company every success.
Yours truly,
(Signed)    THOMAS MUIR,
Manager Ontario Car Co.
-JE* 3C O 2BT 33 ZJ XS.
HARDWARE
am TT* «**• ML B3
ESTABLISHED 18 a.
Jas, Cunningham
COLUMBIA STBEET, WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
IMl'OHTEP. OI.'
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
I   Hope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Ohinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUPAOTOItEB OK
m '-.TINS SHEET-IRON WARE.
CONTIWOTB EOIl
Iron idornlce Work, Ooi-flttlng,
Plumbing, Ronflni*, &c.
MEiiCHANT TAILORS,
W
lf-.1I TO I.-.'1'ill!'! THU I'KOI'I E of
Now Wcslniln
Intfly -mupii'tl i..v
nor a (inini.ic, nml
ixoonlo nil orders for
TAILORI1XG-
A flue line ur Cloths Juit received.
consisting ot nil the l-ntcst !>■■-
■Ignifrom Uui-opcan fllnrk<-tn
MR..T. A. MoDOUQALL will attend to
tb(!f-iitlltiK,iinil In n prunlleiil mm-lnuilc
of twelve years'Dxporlonoo in the United
Ktatos; also two years as foreman for
Mesflif*. Qrcgd AtSou.of Vlolorlit,
Satisfaction f*uurniitecd.
COU'MBM STREET, OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL
NBW WESTMINSTER.
djolgmfl
AUCTION SALE
Koyal i'olumhlaii Hospital
. Sihs and Buildings.
HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED DY TIIE
TriiBteer-of the Iloynl Columbian Hos-
)1„ , 	
onlnl Hotol, New Westminster, on
Monday, the 22nd Day of July,
Al8O'Clook P.M.,
Lots 13, 14, 15, HS, 17 nml IK,
Block XXXI,
New Westminster City, fli ttt (do on A ({lies
HI reel, bolnjc Iho present sito of tbo lloyal
Columbian llospltnl.
Thl« proporty Is voiy eligibly Bttttntud
on tbo uppor sido of the principal rest*
dpnoo street of tbo city, nnd commands a
view of tbo Frasor River Mist, and west,
Tbo hospital bulldliiK and tbo steward's
resilience will be sold nt same lime.
Terms of salewlll be-4*; audi,JjJ In Ihroo
montlm nud \\ lu six months from tbo
date of talc; no Interest.
Possession will be j*lvcn totho purclm-wr
or purebnsors on tbo 8Snd of January, isno.
wlion tho last payment of the purehuso
money will be duo.
Will also bo sold nt same time:
bt 4, Rloek XIV, Now Westminster
City.  All fenced.
Terms-!4 cash, balance In ono yoar at
Bporccnl. m .      •k%m
T. J. TRAPP,
Jy2dtd  ' Auctlonegr,
GROG
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Oanadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
A. DesB RlsiWlonlfliiiiFa _. Blackie Sts
BUOOJi
iUGQIES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A CARLOAD Of
lil-springilcLafhlan
mm mj ms-est m mi mm
 J-.X.BO	
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat, nnd Express Wagons?
.JIT The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia."*^
,1-v-pa-i-   . TFLeicl tSs •0-ua.*r-ri©»
'Toronto' Mowers
Maxwell Mowers
The Little Maxwell
Steel Frame Binders.
FBG. Strickland & Co.
NE\V    WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
PIudm-iI:. jt'., (dai'den Tools,
Lnwii Mowers, &c.
Rake.
&c.
Sharp's
Maxwell Do.
I oliiinhiii Street, New Wesl minster.
VAN   VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PIIRVEYOKS IN GENERAL,    FRESH AN» CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
fiTSpcciul Hues quoted for tlio shipping trntlc., Family orders striotly nttonded
to.   Hotels -vill find it to their intorest to placo their orders -villi, tho abovo firm,
tmnoly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBACH,
raucoEssoas to tr. a townsend)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Boron, Sausage, Holognus, Etc
(Inolyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
Tnn Columbia-- Phintimi Eutadlihiimiskt lias lirst-olus. facifltie. for
all kinds ol Commercial Printing, Bill Heads. Letter Head*, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of ovory description, Posten, Dodgers,
Prioe Lists, &<*. Prices will bo found as low as at any othor office whon
first-olnss 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.
tin us
*'"»
THIS SI'ACK BELONGS TO
H. T- READ & CO
HAI'mVAKI' MEKCHANTS.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine Shop
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
XCOBssHSEt*** -s.j3_.txr,
T/_tA.Xtt_&.&Xl___t..
_\SZJ^__TTZr_T_t_.aTXT__iBX.B   02T
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY
AGRICULTURAL A ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.—All ordors from tho upper country promptly attended to.
llWIMlllllll
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, New Westminster.
I
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS k all kinds of Woolen Goods
HEADV-MADG CLOTHING.
f*^* The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmh30tc
ROYAL CITY
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
UAifUfAOTOltKnfl AND DBALBR8 IK
ins of Sombaii Dressed Li
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
__.2>r_D JVX.T. iciisrns o*r
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames   Windows,
Moulding:*, Balusters.
Blinds. Brackets,
Railings Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TDRNEO WORK,
TO ARCHITECTS.
pI-ANB AND Bt'EOIFIOATIONSWIM,
J. bo recoived by tho uiidornlglteu for
i lm miltdlntfl to bu creoloil for llio |irovln*
t'hil pxiiiiiiiioii on Qiioon'H pnrk. sizo
mul I'lns's of Mil Mini-!- required mul nil
ollii'i- pnrtlmiliirs can bn olitnlncd on
appllcatloiito
THOH. CUNNINGHAM.
CI i a I nn un I'urk Commltloo.
WcHlinlimlor, June 17, im,       djolfto
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Laic 1'artnoi'of John MoVtckor)
MINING BNG1NRKH. U.H. A PUOVIN*
OlALSUHVKYOHtA ARBAYH1L
Masonic Tkmi-i-k Blook. vani-oiivku.
Brit. Col,
•WllPlhiblo rt-jiorts, iiiidert(rouii<l mn-
Byn and innpB of initios excoulod nt lou
rntes.  Ai»ayHinfldeoii nil I-IikIno' min*
eralH.KoIdnnd »lhTr bars, Thirty yearn*
experience In mining in Aula, Europe
and United MtntoH of Amerlou, Bpoaltn
ton liumniiKCH. Artsaya from a dlstauco
promptly attended to, Addreu Vancouver, EC, ddolTto
WANTED.
SNK    TIIOU9ANI)    COI1I13    CF.DAK
Bolls, four to sovontoon feet long.—
dtbn|£drAi, oity rLANraa mills oo.
Piano Tuning!
Ml. J. E. fisunos, from liroml-
wood A Sons, I/,ii,loii, KnitliiiHl, anil
nwny & Sons, New York, now nt Carter's Temple of Hull*, Vmioouvor. will
nllontl lo orders loft nt Mr. Zed. 8. IInll'«
Store, New Westminster, Tunlnir, 8,1.
 iljlylml '
Notice to Contractors!
SEALED TENDEII8 FOIt OOEARINO
IM 4, Block 2, suburbs of Now Wostminstor. will bo received by tlio Trustees
ol Roynl t'liliiinliliin Iliisplinl, mi In noon
of July lolb.
Spoolfloutlons of nbovo work mny bo
seon It OLOW * MAOLUIIE'S offloe.
tljlyjlil VOLUME VII--. NO. 5,
DAILY BRITISH 0QLUMBUN- MEW WBBljMIMBTBB, I*. P., JULY 6, 1869.
WIDOW  w^
The young folks aro a-httviny  ^9
The jo'lUest eovt of timo.
And Mnry Anna's laughter
Sounds liko a sllvury chime,
An Blic sends Iho lignum vital
A-whirling inroui'li tlio wires,
©r knocks Will Aiitor'H ball away,
Clear out among tho briers.
And it aomohow sets mc thinking
How I used to carry wator
From tlio spring o* Sunday ovonlngs,
For tho Widow Spilltln's daughter.
Thoao wero happy days to us,
Thongli wc didn't ploy croquet,
We'd novor hoard of such a game,
But sparked llio good old way.
Tho ladles dressed In plain homespun,
Without a hang or bustle;
Thoy warn't afraid to look at you,
And ['levied In a tussel.
Eut the most onjoy'blo thing to mo
Was when I ctfrrlort water
From tin. spring o' Sunday cvonlngs
For the Widow Spilltln's daughter.
Things liavo changed amazing sight
In thoso forty years or more,
With tlio tolcgrnph and phonograph,
And iron wagon's roar.
But I ain't a-goln' to grumble,
For I think the chango la right,
And tho world Itt rushing swiftly
Out of iiiu-kiK'sr. Into light.
Uut, somehow, ] lovo rocnlllng
Ud-v 1 used to curry wator
From tho spring o' Sundny ovonlngs,
For tho Widow Spllldu's daughter.
Yondor is an agod woman
Walking out among tho bowers,
Whoro a glory (alls about hor
Ai sho plucks tho brightest flowers.
And slio looks as swoot nnd pretty
As slio did so long ago,
'Fro thu frosts ot many winters
Crownod hor lovely brow wtth Bnow.
Yos, to mo sho Is as protty
As whon I carried wator
From tho spring o' Sundny evenings,
For lho Widow Spilltln's daughter.
So I think I'll drop my musings
And Join hor In tho shade;
I'll play tbo bashful lover,
Sho shall play tho blushing maid.
For I know hor chock will crimson,
And hor oyes will brighter grew
Whon I slip my arm around hor,
As I used to long ago.
And— since I'vo thought about lt->
I believo I'll fetch somo wator
From tho spring this Sunday ovonlng
For tho Widow SpUMa's daughter.
—Yankeo Blade.
AMONG THE APACHES.
Tho Story of a Government Mall
Carrier.
Ity Judicious Lying He Won tho Friendship of u Cnptlvo Chief, Which Aftci-
-ivard Saved His Lifo—buys of
Suspense.
A year previous to tho timo Gonoral
Ouster was ordered Weat to begin a vigor
ous campaign against tho Indiana tho
Apaches wore ln their Rlory, and thoy hoast-
i d that thoy could defeat any forco ol soldiers sont against them. I was scouting
ami mall-carrying in Texas for tho Government, and after many closo shaves was
filially captured by tho red dovlls.
A month boforo my capture I was out on
ItBCOUfc on tbo Itlo Pecos river, our party
numbering eighteen mon. Ono day ot noon
wo wont into camp ina grovo of cotton-
woods. Tho Lieutenant in command informed mo that ho had lost his revolver
from its holster during tho last milo of our
rido, and naked mo to rido briok' In. search,
Instead of riding 1 returned on foot, nnd
Imd Uio luok to find tho weapon only about
u nuartci* of o. milo away. X then cut
iicross uu elbow to reach the grove, and
when within stono's throw enmo suddenly
upon nn Indian pony iu n dry gulch, and nt
llio samo instant discovered  his owner
K-   crouched boliind a bowldor with his back to
[ mo und his face to tho prove. I had him undor my rifle boforo ho could turn his head,
ilo had n riflo In his hand, but I called out to
. --him to lay it down or I would fire, and after
r' a moment's hesitation he oboyed. Thon, as
"  1 kept him covered nt a distance of only
seven or eight feet I called to tho mon In
the grove, and soveral of them came hurry-
inK down m rcsponso.
X hnd captured a son of Block Cloud, chief
of ono of tho Apache bands, and tho boy
was namod aftor his father. Ho was only
fourteen yoars old, and his presence thero
oxotuplllled tho ruling traits of Apache
oharaoter. Threo hours before lio had discovered our party whilo out hunting with a
party of his own. Thoy dared not mnko an
open attack, but tho young chief, single-
handed and olono, was going to pick off the
Lieutenant, and thou mako his cscapo to
bonat of it Ho was greatly chagrined by
lus capture. Wo wero on our wny back to
Fort McICavett, and wo determined to carry
him in prisoner. When ho was informed of
this ho earnestly bogged mo to kill him, say
tug that he could nover hold up his head
among his peoplo again. Had ho been
wounded and rendered helpless it would not
havo boon so bad; but to bo taken as ho was
would forever disgrace him. Wo bound him
fast to his pony and aot out for tho fort.
Throo.hourn after his capturo wo got
sight of a slnglo Indian a milo nwny to our
right on n knoll, and as wo halted young
., Bloek Cloud informed mo that It was ono of
ty Ida tribo, who wanted to have a talk with
j us. Signals wero -exchanged between the
two, nnd tho strangor soon camo galloping
in. Ho was one of tho hunting party, aud
hud been dogging us for twenty milos to
Hud out If the boy had beon captured.
As ho halted In our midst, nnd saw
Uio ignoblo situation of tho boy, his flrst
■.bought was to light tor him, I called his air
leutiou to tho fact that nny movo of his
.voiilil result in the death of both, and thon
oxnlalnbd how tho youth was captured.
Knowing lho conceit of tho tribo, I spread
it ou vory thick, alleging thnt it required
onr whole forco to malto tho capturo, and it
was not nccomplbhed then without n hard
tight. This falsehood mado tho boy my
friend for lifo, whilo It put lho other in,
'■I'ttor humor. I stated that young Black
Cloud Would bo taken to tho fort and hold
prisoner until exchanged for somo white
captive, and gavo my word that ho wouldbc
-.veil treated meanwhile, Ho Bontntncs-
rjago to his fattier to tbo effect thnt lio wus
not afraid, and hoped to bo at liberty inn
fow days, mid two hours lator wo had him
oofoly lodged In tho guard houso at tho fort.
Two would- after tlio capturo of young
Blank Cloud I was called Into the Colonel's
ofJoa ono evening and asked If 1 thought it
pou iblo to get through to Port Concho
with dispatches, Tho Apaches hod ua utmost in a state of alogo, boing scon ovory
day within flvo miles of tho post, and tho
ohancoa of mulling a aixty-mllo rido ncross
tho plains lylngbotwoon the two forts with-
i h out running against a party of hoslilca was
■ not ono in fifty. At such perilous tiinos a
Government rider Is not commanded to go.
lie is united certain questions, howovor, in
c. nun nor which decides him to mako the
attempt, I left, tho post at nine o'clock at
night of an August ovening perfectly satis*
lied Hint I Bhould bo doad orn prisoner before midnight. Boforo sotting out I went
In to sec young Black Cloud and Bay good-
byo. When 1 told him of my journoy ho
took from his neck a buckskin string, to
Which was attached tho tooth of o grizzly
bear, aud handed It to mo with tho rciiiurk;
•'You cau not get through. You will
captured or killed.  If not ahot down, show
this to my people. Thoy will know who it
belongs to. Thoy may trado you for mo,
and I Bhall thus got back to my tribe.-'
A thiiudor-Btorin was coming up as I took
my departure. For a full hour Irodo ahead
at a steady gallop, ouo moment In dnrltncss
so black that I could not seo tho oara-of my
homo, and tho noxt lu a blnzo of light so
brilliant that It blinded mo. By tho timo
tho storm hnd passed I was a good flftoon
miles from tho fort, aud as I hnd soon nothing to alarm mo I began to hopo thut I
would got through all right. Bel ween ton
and elevon o'clock I pulled my broncho
down to a walk for tbo first timo, when he
Hiiidl.'uly uttered a snort of alarm and
started off with wild jumps. Throo or four
rifles eniokod, and ns tho reports reached
mo the horso foil In a heap and flung mo
far over his hoad, 1 wob momentarily
stunned by tho fall, nnd boforo I hud made
a movo to get up I was soized by at least
throe Indian*,, who woro not n minuto in
binding my bauds und foot. When I got n
clear hood onco moro It w&s to realize that
the Apaches had mo a secure prisoner, and
that thorn wero six or seven warriors
About inc.
Tlio Indians knew that I wasa white man,
but tboy didn't know who they had got hb'ld
of until morning citmo. During Uio interval I lay on tho wet ground guarded hy two
of tho warriors, and almost Immediately
after my enpturo two men wero sent ('Ji' in
liiTordnt directions with news of iti A
party of twelve Apaches arrived jusft before daylight and ten moro at sunnr-u,' and
imorig i ho latter I recognized Black UJpud,
faUior'of Ike boy. Ono of the men had recognized mo ns •-Tlio-white-nuui-'.v;io burns tho Government riders were -.•ulleil,
and us being in tho party who captured tho
eliiei'f, son. No one over saw such a mnd,
lot of redskin's beforo or sinco. They wanted to toi'luro mo, and yet they roaHi* ■>! Hint
through me tho boy could obtain his Ul riy.
The i-hicf nt first declared thnt ho li vd dltt*
owned his non, and that ho might rot In con-
Dnomc-nl- boforo ho would cxulmngo a while
prisoner for him, Whon I called his nltcn*
site charm young Black Oloudhad
.no llio old man pretended to boliove
thnt il, was u sign tho boy was dead, and
ho ordorod my immediate torture. I wan
[orkod to a sitting position, my boots cut of,',
und the dovlls wero about to uso tholr
knives on my fcotwhontlioolil manchai .■■•;<)
his mind nnd restrained them. Blaci. Clout]
domou'do 1 tho particulars of ilia buy';. •■ tpt-
I saw that ho felt degraded over the
ovcnL, and was ready to disown lho youth,
-.nd I mado out n strong defonse for llio
little ohap to savo my own scalp.
It wus finally decided to spare myltfe for u
fow day:-', and I wan conducted to a camp lu
tho foot-hUla botwoon lho two forts. W inlo
Black Cloud wanted his son bnck, some of
his advisore contended that ho should wait
until BOuurlng some cheaper prisoner. Thoy
Insisted on making mo out a very huporituit
porsohiWsCj and it was well known lliafclluul
[tilledor wounded several of tlio tribo in
.Ulturonfc Romdmagos.' Another tbiiigthilt
bothered thom was how to mako the ox*
ihanfco und not got beaten. Treacherous
md deceitful lo tha hist dogrco themselves,
thoy would not credit tho whites with hav-
_• honor. It was argued, too, that llio
corainundct' of tho fort would esohaugo tho
boy for n private soldior or any sort of prisoner, ond that I had dono them too mueh
damage to be sot at liberty, Thero Word
three days in whioh my fate was undecided.
and during tho last day a stake waa driven
and fagots collected for a lire lo toi'luro mo.
I had no voico iu tho council, being bound
and under guard, but it was at length
decided to mako thooxchango. So cautions
and fearful woro tho Indians that H took n
week to olt'cct what might hnvo been dono
in a day. I wrote r. noto to tho commundaut
explaining tho situation. This was carried
ln by a squaw, who was permitted to soo
and converse with young Black Cloud. Ho
replied that ho would exchange. Tho
Apaches then wanted tho boy turned loose
before they released mo, but thia'I.would
not hem* to, knowing tbey would murder
mo. It was finally arranged that ho was to
bo escorted a milo outsido tho fort aad
turned looso on his horse. I was to bo
takon to within a milo of the fort, aad
turned loose ou foot. The parties were to
occupy eminences half a milo apart- nml thti
hour was to be nino o'clock iti the morning.
Tills plan was carried out. Twenty soldiers
came out with lho boy, and about tlid r&mo
number of Apaches escorted mo, Thu
treachery of tho copper-faced devils was
soon exemplified. They had posted fivo
warriors in a dry run to shoot me down ns 1
made for tho fort. The boy doubtless suspected Mine such move, for as soon as released ho came galloping straight for me,
and after a "how-how" and a handshiikb
ho insisted that I walk besido his pony
until wo reached tho gato or tlm fort, when
I was safe ho waved his band and redo
away to bo received with yells and hoersj
nnd it wan then wosowlho ircut-ucrous
rascals creeping.out of tho cover whero
thoy had been stationed. A year tatci'j
after n flght in which over forty of the
bravest Apache warriors liad [-cue tooarik,
I found young Black Cloud anion ; tho
dead, having been hit four tunco. Ho hud
a Winchester nud a revolver-train-which
ovory cartridge had been fired. ■ N. Y. Bun.
OUT OF   FASHION-
Mahogany Furnituro Ho Longor Considered tho Correct Thin;;,
"A few years ago," said an up-town furniture dealer to a Now York Bun roportor,
"nobody eared much to buy bedsteads,
tables, book-cases ov sofas mado of any
other wood than mahogany. Indeed, largo
pieces of furnituro of nny of Uio lighter
woods wero thought to make a rattan* vulgar display. Tho piano was tlio only exception to this rulo. At all limes rosewood
was tho most popular framo for ono of thoso
Instruments,but this was not duo to any
noliou that rosewood was handsomer, but
simply In lho fact that tho great Jieavinosa
and density of mahogany stifled the music.
Now black walnut, cherry, ash, oak and
ovory sort of light wood that will tako a
high polish aro soon in fashionable honces,
but of the heavy, old, wine-colored mahogany rarely a stick. I think it was lho musical necessity of using lighter wood that
caused tiio revolution in general furniture
making. When people changing their residences saw tho dlflloulty with wliich pianos
woi'ocarried to lho vans thoy began to w'oii-
dorhowjnach power itwould cost to lilt
thom if thoy wore mado of mahogany, and
this led to the reflection that fully two-thirds
of tho weight of the entire household furnituro might bo knocked off if it wero manufactured in lighter woods.
"Thon began the decadence of mahogany
—decadence of its utility as n furniture
wood, I mean, for In its integral parts it is
almost everlasting. It is undoubtedly Uio
richest, handsomest and most stalely of all
woods, but its popularity has been crusli'id
bonoalh its own weight. A fow codBQiva-
tivo people In Now York, and many in England, still furnish their houses with itj but
such persons nro not-iRUi-led..with tho migratory fever that lends lho nvcrago American family to sock ft new homo about onco
In two years. Mahogany furnituro onco
plnccd in position seems lo bo nearly us Immovable as when tlio dork wood was In its
native forests, aud tliu restless, nomadlo
householder of to-day does nol caro to bo
unchorod lo his dwelling."
I'illiiij- a Long-Foil Want,
Homo day or other ovory reporter wili
carry around a phonograph, and whon hu
Uitorviows n man tho latlor's words will bo
tnken down with uu accuracy admitting of
no dispute. Then when tho Intorviowod
gentleman comes mound in tho morning
liko n. volcanic eruption to explain that his
language was distorted aud all that sort of
thing, lho roportor can quietly pull the
phonograph with ono hand and a gun with
tho othor and ask him what ho Is going to do
about it. Whou this schemo can bo sue
ooBflfully operated a long-felt want will bo
filled. As It Is at present, when a man gets
Into trouble becauBO of his remarks being
faithfully printed ho at onco swears that
tho reporter mixed up his words with on
egg beater and then run thom In. In such
a manner the guileless newspaper man frequently gains ft reputation for lying which
ho docs not deserve,
Uo Ao I oil Well Ills Fart.
Captain William Jameson, of Friendship,
Mo., is called tho Pnulltoveroof tboMc-
duncook. Ho received tho namo in lho fol
lowing way: It was during tho war of ifJiiJ,
aud tho British, with mu tiled oars and
undor cover of darkness, woro trying to
reach nnd burn tho littlo fleet of fishing
schooners at tho hoad of tho Mcduucook
rlvor, hoping oIbo to gather iu some chickens, eggs, etc., from tho settlors along the
routo. Jameson, thou a boy of fourteen,
mounted his horBQ and rode through tho
town, glvlne-tho alarm at every houso. Ho
then returned homo, jumped from Ida
horse, ami catching up his littlo (lint lock
Villo with twenty-four rounds of cartridges,
Started off ou tho run across lots lo join his
neighbors at Bradford's Point. Tho British
soon fonnd that thoy woro discovered and
hastened back to thoir Bhip.
Tlio Ago of Troon.
Tho avorago natural ago of tho oak is
from l/iOOlo 0,000 years; of tho elm, 1150 to
&QOyohrs| tho maple, 000 to 800years; tho
yowtrce, InrgOBt'of nil, 8,B0(Ho 8-MO yo&ra i
lho cednr, WJO; linden, 1,201), nnd lhe cypress
i!50. There aro trees now sinndntg he'-
lievod to bo moro than 5,000 years old,
It Made
Mother Strong
HMy mother lins beci
UHblg I'-UHB'fl OBLEU1
ConronsD for ncrvoui
prostration, nccompan
led by melancholia,
otc, and it has dom
her a world of goo4
Is the only modi-
that strength
cus tho nerves.'
U. ii. Beeos,
Ortjlsonla-
Fa,
clan tl
sever-d w;iy.*i -could net.sleep, had no appi-tllo
no .'iiiinigi'. low spirits. I commenced using
Palne's celtjiy.Compound, and felt relief trow
the third day after using it 1 now have a good
appetite andean sleep well. My spirits anti
courage are almost like thoao of a young man.'
8. C. liiKKAiD, D. D,, Gonzales, La.
Paine's
©elery Compound
strengthens and builds up iho old, and cum
their Infirmities, RliQumatlflm, tudlgesUon and
iior.-iiiuii-'!;;, .vlrlii'iulckly tothe curutivepowei
of Palne's celery Compound.
A Perfect Tonlatmct Invleorntor, It
OIVE8 NEW LIFE.
*'l am now cu years old and havo tried several
remedies, but nono had any effect uutu I used
Pome's (.'oleiy Compound. I feel entirely different for i ho short time I hnvo used It. I can
walk nearly straight sloop sound and woll, ant!
feel as though there was new Uto and onergj
Doming lato my wholo system."
II. mylius, Cleveland, Tenn.
Palne's Celery Compound Is ot unequalcd
valuo io women. It auvii-'Uiuns tho ncrvca
fegulateB tho kidneys; and has wonderful powei
in : ui'inrthQ painful discuses with which wo-
rami so often silently Buffer.
fl per bottle, six for 65. At Dnigglata
Wl'LlS, KICUAHDSOH & CO MOMTIUAt.
Nothing can Equal Them,
Vfi/lli HSRV wil1 P** fty, plump and mem
IVUIi UABJ   if given LAOTATED FOOD.
W. 0. LOYE,
Fashionable Soot anil h_ llakor.
lir-mli-ln*,- Nt-iilly Oone.  Cork Sol*
wort*, a Specialty.
rja*Ordors promptly attended lo,
ClnrhHmi St., inieiirof Colonial Hold, next to liand Uro*:.' itlliec.  dncltc
DRESS MAKING
At MISS .■fiSNINUS',
(IjAtk of Engi-asp)
Oornei of Church nnd Columbia Blrectn,
NKW WESTMINSTER
BfiB-Hatlsfaction guaranteed,    dwfo7t-n
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STKBET,
New Westminster, B. C.
B-B-Satlsfnottoti guaranteed,      ilupWtc
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH CVBBL.K
Delivered Dally to Customers Inall parts
of tho Oity.
supplied nt ftpo-
FRESH EGGS
Ivcreil at Market [talcs.
l.Alli's will 1)0
Orders left nt M.  Uw
prmnl'lly illlellileil lo.
WEAVKll *s WOOUWAIIB,
djel-yl i'roprloior
Kindergarten School.
MISS DBUMMOND Wll.I, uPKN THK
above for clillilrcii from .'lytnraof
age, June mill, 1680.
TuR-its—*3 per montli.
(jurnarvnii street, directly opposite tlio
Presbyterian Cliuroli, New Wosiiiiln-
filer, B.O. [IJr-Bi.il
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry*; NiachineWorks
Canadian Paoific Railway Co
NO-TICK lft HEREBY OIVEN THAT
a duly cerltlkd plan, profile nnd
i.-ji)lt of n'feieiKM of the Mission Branch
of this Hallway were depuslti'il In the
Lni-.il HoKlslry Oilice 'if lhe Dint riot at
New Wesl minuter nn tlm I7lh dny of Juno,
1880. 11. ABBOTT,
General superintendent
Vancouver, 11. 0., 27th June, ISBO. dje20m
11UE PROPRIETOIW OK THERE
. works have much plonBtire lu notifying tbelr friends mid tlio public Dial thoy
are new prepared tn receive and promptly
execute any orders for work in their line
With whleh they may be fnvorod.
A.lHcKELVII.,
Mechanical Miinni*cr,
Vancouver, B.C., Sth May, 1888.
dwmyl'ito
In lho Pluce to BuyFll-aKJIai
KTOTIOEL
r-vURTNG HYABSElfCE PROM THK
I J ciiy Mr. Kewton A. Whito will hnvo
cl,;n'|:cor my litisiiK;.--*., nml litis utillmrlly
l.')c;il!ci'l nml dl''i'liiii---;i! nil nc-eounts in
coniiectlou llicrowllh, etc.
ft. H.WEBB.
Now Woslminiiter, Jnne 0,1880.     d Je0m2
lira
[Removed am Sumcn td VihtomaI
JBENt) FOR CATALOGUE
w (illiistraled) nf Plants, Flow
,■-.- stui Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, _c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers tliis year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
<l« llSO ' 11 YIUTOMA, 11. C.
THK WIKT.MINSTKR
JOHM S, COX, PROP.
Ight llrnlima.,
Parlriilge Coohkllis,
C....._..p-'     PlymoHlIi UncUs,
'LZ_-.--.liy i   AVIill,-rneeBl'l£S|,n«lai[
Whtl" 0,'cstell, Hlaok   nnd Golilen
I'ulllUtlH,
UoKilntis,     tillvev-peitclllea   tlnm-
biiT-t-i.
VICTORIA
mn Bakery!
STAlMSUED 180S.
M. B. SMITH & 00.,
Sliiniiroottirersnl AIIKImlsof
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment   to Her
MaJeaty'B Royal Navy, tbo Dominion Government, Ac.
Medal and lili'Imna nwinlcd atthe Col
uiilul and ImliauKxiilblllnii, London, ISStl.
l-'ACTOUV--Siit';ara ftt,, James Hay.
ui''i''U:!'>,--':Vl,'(t!-i. si, victoria, B.C.
(InoSmO
THE THOItOUOH*BRED STOKE-POGIS
JERSEY BULL,
"Governor Moody"
Will iitnhd for sorvico Hilfiaeasqh at Pelham Daily, Now WcKtmlnuter, where the
beniillful tot of this superb niilntnl can bn
soon and inspeeteil.
A few calves for i-alo.   Terma reason*
T. CUNNINGHAM,
RAi.ru IIootii, Proprietor.
Mnnagor. dmySatc
Corbstt & Kennedy,
HANOFACTOnEHS  OK
TiN, COPPER & SHEET-IBOK
•w.jLXi'tm.
WEIlSTKK'S V.lQrti (Ul'-HTAUISI, I
Front Stkhet,      Nkw Wtimiimaiit,
HAVING JUST OPENED IN THE
above line, woreapUolfuIIysollclt-l
share uf lho trade, nnd trust by careful
intention to onion find liioiiernteulinrgos
to merit the samo. Ex perl eu ceil workmen! satisfaction guanuirted.
Estlin ut os fui-nlslied fnr Gn lvftiilzc.l iron
Cornice, RooflnK, Plnmblric, Gtw-lUtlng,
atciim ami Hot Water HcaUuq.ftc.
vfW Kiilraneo to premlseM ou Mary !-l.,
In roar of Bank ot B, C. dwmliOtu
Ti) SMOKERS.
IF YOU WANT TO KNJOY A GOOD
;CIGAE. ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
o™!ViAINLAND.
ISF'Shey are not only made of tho
Choicest TolmcCO hut they nro of
Rome niniiiifactiirc. ami -mould ho
patronized by all good citizens.
WM, TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
lIOJiTinOOK DinhDlKO,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER,
dwnnoly
Thia Fine Towiiaile, at t'.io Fresh-Water
Junction of the
SouieraMlw'y
fl MUis Above lY-'stmht*..*'*'.
Has just been Surveyed, and the Lots
aro for sale by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Ol' Ni;w Wkhtmixstku, Ji, C.
The advantages and prospects of this
Plot for a futuro thriving Town nro
many.
Tlie Land ia tlie vicinity ia good.
There arc inexliaustiblo IRON OHI3
DEPOSITS, of ri superior quality, mime-
diatclv nil jacoiit, at well aavnst strata of
tho finest BUILDING SAND and POT*
TEUY CLAY.
On llio Townntto are a number of valuable MINERAL SPlUNGS.
Commimioattou' by land and water ie
unequnlktl, byrotisonof tbe location of
the Townsite on the Frtisev Klvor and
llie Sonthoin Railway, while tbo natural
elevation nnd lay of tlio land ean not be
excelled aa a situation for a line town.
Tho ground is open und clear of heavy
timber. •
The olte bus been selected ns ono of
the most Important sdatio a on tbo
Southern Rnilwiiy, and with the completion of tlm road, in the near future,
must, with all its other advantages,
spring into prominence at onco.
Theso, who apply early will havo tlie
pick ol'tlto Lots,
A clear title given with overy purchase.
Parlies wishing Lots can apply as well,
on tho promises, to
HENR.V KELLS,
dmyflto Proprietor.
, McCOLL,
IT IS AN  UNDKNIAI1I.K FACT THAT
a jk. _m. -j? 2B xt.' s
Temple of Music
PlftNOS m
AtMieb Prices and Torriis as will Suit
Any Reasonable Bayer.
Kor price.*; ami lerni:', npply to OAR*
TRIPS TBMPr.fi OK MUSIC.
Vnncouvor, 13. i\
230 Hnatlnga Rt. Wont, duptote
BRACKMAN&KEFl,
MANUPAC'TCltKliS Of
/1EAL
By the Latest Improved Process,
^-ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILLS ill "fortll Slimildl.
l)PFI0R.t WAltElIOUSKl Uttilllll.
diiiliiiflme
f.
otS
330-332 COKUOVA STKEKT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers and Dealers in
|\f|A£HI-NERY
OV ALL DKUOttlTIONS.
r'ARINE WORK 7 SPECIALTY.
dwdeEOtfi
we
Horn
isroarxcE.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I intend malting np;mention to tlio
honourable the ohlel Commissioner of
LiiiuIm and Work.'' for permission to lease
tlio following described trad of land;
Commeiioin*- at a stiilte situated south
nf 11 inito lylnyeastof DoopBay,Desolation Sound; running theuce u) tlhttlna
Kiiulh, tlionoL' (it) clinlus east, tllOnofl 80
chnlns norl li, llience 20i'Ii:iIiih east, thenco
M chulns north, thenco :m cliiilns west,
thenco Ul chnlns north, llience Ul chnlns
west, thenco r-0 chain*- loulh, thenco 40
ehalns west, llionct'lo pniiitiif ('(iiniiu-nce*
menl. 1LBNUY V. KUMUNKS.
28th Juno, 18811. dJoMral
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
Ac,      An..    An.
LEAVE  OBDEIIS   AND   SETTLE  AC-
CODNTS AT AUSTIN',9 WIUHP.
J. W. WINGER
DBALBBIN
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
Dono on Short Notico nnd at Reasonable Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Stock,
Orders left at lhe <,'. 1*. N. Wharf will be
promptly delivered. dmhSOto
■ss
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
WM. H. VIANEN.
to  iniuiuo iiu
PACIFIC DIVISION.
Gen'l Siiperinteflilfiiit's Office.
OWNERS AND MASTERS OP VE!
selsund oilier Craft na '
-it in
tlio
I'rusor Itlvoraroeaulloned lolceop within
lho liiioys palnlml Ued n nl Wiilt-, re-
fipeetivei.v.at lho Minimi Uridw.us during the construction of tlio Brluoe, unvi*
Kiiiion iictwcen the bunks of tm* River
ami the Buoyiil-iiLui^crous, owing to piles
being driven there.
H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent,
Vancouver, R. C, 7lh May, lSSO,   dmySlo
And PfiOVISIQNS.
 ALSO	
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRY OOODS
AKD FURNISHINGS.
AT THE  LOWEST PRICES.
LDNDDOnM'S BLOCK,
I'oliniililn Slm'l,       New IVcsluilnslcr.
iinlilwly
Itice to Contactors,
QKALEI) TENDERS WILL HE RE*
O eclved by tho linn. Chief.Commissioner of Lands ami fforks up to noon of
W-dncsday, 10lh.Inly, for additions and
alterations tothe Provlnciul Insane Asylum- id New Westminster.
Eaeh tender must, he iiceompanled by
an ncccpled haul* cheqiio for a sum (.qmil
to livo percent, of the amount of the ion*
tier, made payable tu the Bon. Chief Com-
mlwlmior of Lands nnd Works. In the
event of nebntrnai being lot tho cheque
will In? retained ns part, seeuilly fur iho
dunpoffnrmancooj thowork. Tlioohonuo
will bo retiiiued lo UnSUOOeSBful cotupe*
tilorM,lmtwllIbefi)i'fi'lteil by any bidder
Who may drcllno in oxeouto a eotilrnol if
called upon to do so.
Plans and speeillcnlbms can bo seen and
forms for tender obtained at. tbo nftlcoof
Geo. W. arnnt,EMi.1An'bllert, Now West*
minster, or at the otllee of the undersigned.
The lowest or nny tender not nccessnrlly
nreepted,
W. P. OORE,
Hurveyor-Ocnernl.
Lands end Works Department,
Victoria, PC, llilh. Inne, I8S0.
 'J2Jed8w ^^
isroa?ias.
NOTICE IS HETtEBY GIVEN THAT
;I0 days after dale we Intend malting
application to Lhe Chief Commissioner of
Land** and Works for n lease for Umbering purposes of the following described
lands, situated In Muyward Distriot, Vancouver Island!
Commencing nt n stake pliiecdontho
Woat. Shore Of a sinnll lake duo soutli of
I.ul.51, Siiywiird Dlslrlct, about one mile
from snnlti ond of said lake; tnence west
H20chnins. llience sunt liJiWchalns, llience
east 'ino ohnlns, thenee north 780 ohalns,
thenco west. ;i2o chains, thenco south '210
chains, Iheneo cast liU ehalns, moro or
jess, to tho above-mentioned lake, theneo
ineiinderlng nlong shore of said bike to
lilac- (if coitimonccmciiL—contaluliig about :i0,o.)0 acres, mure or less,
Royal City Planing Mills Co, Ld.
John HENJ1KV, Manager.
New WeBtmlnster; Juno io, issii.
dlljolm
-THH.-
itrel Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWAUT -^CASB, PROPUIETOBS
J. J. WILSON, - MANAGER.
Rates. $1.00 ami $1.50 [>if Dny,
Acconniso toboom.
SPECIAL RATES BY TKE WEEK OH MONTH.
OS* Parties supplied wltb all kinds of
ICE-CREAM, dmyfm.ll
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
jtST Highest Price paid for Fnra and
Deer Hides.
o*ft.9Vdephono
djaSlo
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses & Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
t3r" REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Prdv-
incc.
To buy at Low Prices, to sec the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
<l--vtc SI  Celiu*a1sJ.a Streot.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUHDBOM'B BUILDINO,  FRONT STREET)
H-EJLLEZS   X35T
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Bnnd an Extensive Stook of
Dry Ooods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats A Caps,
Crocker}', Glassware, Ac.
-t>x*a»r-s   sb   bo-s-b-   suits.
Great Variety ot Householil Artioles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME and  OENERAt STORES.
N. B.—Farm Froduce bought at market rates or sold on commission,  -A.Order*»
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. dwjefitc
DOUGLAS STREET
Foot ot? Douolas Stkret, Neab
CpLVUBIA 8TBSET.
JF. FEROISOS-  PKOPKIETOK
ClRTISn   RR13A1),   OAKES,  PASTRY,
Ij   Confectionery, etc.,etc,
Hotel and Uestnurant trade solicited.
All orders   prompt)v attended to and
delivered to any part of tlio city.   dmli28y
KMosiBflMWorh
Con. Columbia hko Ghuhdk Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Mniiiie oi'C.'iniiltcof He.-tQaalllj.
CORN F.U     COSTS    A N IJ    OU It III NO.
N. u.—.lust recelvod—llio flnost nssbrt*
inont of Sci.lcli "Ji-iii-ilc iiiiiitiiiii-iil-t ever
soen n British Columbln, which will bo
sold al prices pull in-* rom pot llhm nut of
llie I'lieRtion.
dwmhUlyl AUX. HAMILTON* PROP.
imon
Mortli British
}TIEB
INSURANCE
OOMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
capital,   •   $15,000,1100,00
Sllliscrlliod Cnpllilll, ns lit Slst IVc, 1888,
81S,i0li'l(Kl. Klro Fnm! nml Resorvo,SO,-
Uia.VJO.   Not 1'rnmllliilH, 1888, SUMfl!!*.
rapllnl,
LONDON.
-    $0,733,000.00
nATKS AH   LOW  AS!   ANY OTIIEIt
COMPANIKH IlOINd BUSINKSS
IN BR1TIHH COLUMBIA,
J. Gk TJL&TJ-EIS
Agent (or New Weatmlnater City
and District. dje22to
.       YOU  ARK PAY1NO   FOR  YOUR
]    piecmption or for rent nf Mining Or
(■ ruv.hitr I.iiinl. or buylhij Farm, Mlnin-;
ornnybind from tho liumlnlnn Govern*
i neu I,
00 NOT PAY CASH
Hut pay In 352CI.1EC-XX*   and ■■•uve a
large discount.
Serin can ho obtained in largo or small
quantities from
AUOWAY & CHAMPION
WINNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
OR FROM
Tin-; im.vkof imrrisiicoMisiBiA,
NKW  WERTMINSTI5R
ilwmlifltc
K8TA11M8HKD 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
\carly Opposite llio colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
rpHE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
X    assortment of all ilosori^tions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fnm.
Hies, Ronton rants, and Ste.imho.itH at tlie
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
TIME    CARD.
CJ-   X>.   UJ.   OO.
Tlio Fino Flrst-Clnss
Str. William Irving
WIU Leave llio 0, P. N. Co.'s Wlinrf,
Z_--V2ZJ__-Z-
Tuesday, Thursday 8 Saturday
AT 7 A, M„
FOR CHILLIWHACK AND WAY PORTS.
Relnriiltig Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
V.'hen sufficient  Inducement ofTen* sho
will proceed lo HOPE ahd on snch
Occasions will leave lierwliarf
til.-i a. in.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T. h. nitlGGS, Agent,
New WostmliiHler. ilnplllc
CASTORIA
for Infante and Children.
"CsistorIiilssowellU.pt-d*oelllUn-lthU I
Irecomnienilitu.'jpwiorto.nypri-Krip'lon I
koowstoine."     H.A. Ahhii^*I.D.,        1
mf»0-**r4»,B*-»kljii,it.Y.   | WltWlSttflwl atUmltot.
trot C-WT10R CoWA-nr, T7 Murray Street, N. T.
Owtnto enta Oolto, O-aMoMion,
Bom* StomMli, tUurh-M, Kni-tatlon.
K1U. Worms, give. -Imp, ud proBOla o>
TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE-
cclvcd by tho HonourabloChlof Commissioner or  Lnnds and Works, np l<
noon of Wednesday, 10th July next, from
pers-ons experienced In woll (Irlllinji who
mny bo desirous of uudcrlnklnccontracts
from the Government for sinking one or
more experimental Artesian Wells in
Yalo Patriot, B. C, wlih a view lo determining tbolc value for purposes of Irrl*
gatlon.
Proposals must state clearly all conditions ami terms, st nte the kind of apparatus proposed lo bo used, and give the
name of two responsible residents of Die
Province who ara willing tocntcr Inton
bond lo secure tho faithful carrying out of
any contract which mny bo entered Into.
Such Information as may bo in possession of the Lnnds aud Works Derailment
will be furnished on appliciitlontopnrtfcs
proposing to contract.
W. 8. GORE,
Surveyor-General.
Lands A Works Depnrtment,
Victoria, B. C, 10th Juno, 1880,  djcl7ld
KOTICB.
NOTICE IS HEBEBY GIVEN THAT
an application will be made by Bell-
Irvlng.Paterson A Co., on Ilth Jnly next,
to the Licensing Board forthe City of New
Westminster, for a license lo sell by
wholesale Intoxicating liquors lu tlie premises known ns the Armstrong Block,
Columbia Street, In snid city.
ARMSTRONG A ECKSTEIN,
djc28t2 (Solicitors for Applicants,
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Land i Investment Agency
(LU-ITBII)
THOMAS ALLSOr, 1
HENRY B. MASON, > 1
CUYLER A. HOLLAND, J
THU STEAMER
'ROBERT DUNSMUIR
T EAVES WESTMINSTER overv Mon*
li dny nioi-nlng ul 7 nVlei'k for Nnnnl*
tnn, viu Vanoouvor, rcllirnlng Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
l.envos Woslmlnslor oyory Wednotday
at 7 a. in. for Nnnaimo illrcati ronneotlng
with Island rallwny anil CothoX steamer.
Lcavoa Nnnaimo for Vancouver on
Thursdays nml Frldnysand tt turns sumo
dnys.
Leaves Nanaimo on Saturday at 7 a. m.
for WeslmInstcr direct.
For freight nr pnssngo apply on bnnrd,
 *' vharf.     dto
orloT. I*."HiM(ici!*,C.P.N.wharf.
VICTO RIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OKEER I'dll SAI.Ei
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
Fl
Rice Meal,
F01S I'OUI.TUY, Ao.
FOH CATTLE FEED.
Omll2**lie
HEAD OFFICE I
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, ENG.
The Business ol ALLSOP A MASON lins
beon merged In tho above Company and
will be carried on by tbe Company from
tills tlato ns n general Land Investment
and Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low
Rales. Town Lois and Farming Lands
for Sale on easy terms.
Viclorln, D. C, May 10th, 1887. dwjlyi
HACK, tlVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE 8UBSCttlBI3!*R AltE NOW PRE-
PAKED TO TURN OUT
BOUBLE AND SIN8LE RI6S
At Special Low Rates,
9nj.Bg u. All hii oi Una*;
Doue at Shortest Notice.
Wry cord wood delivered to any part of
the Oily.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
B. C. Exhibit John Hendry
Street Work J. <i. Jamiea
Jjost This Office
Strawberries and Cream, Ico-orenm,
otc, at tho "Olub." *
All tho fashionable iced bo vera cos, at
tho "Hub," noxt tho •'Queen's."   *
Russell's Restaurant, opposito tho
Amorionn Hotel, open day and
night. a9m3*
No sign of the sockoyo  salmon run
fret-, although a very few  wore caught
ast niglit.
Tho str. Irving left for Chilliwack
this morning tvith 30 tons of freight
and 25 passengers.
To Building Society members six
weeks in arrears: What's tho matter
with tho fine notice? *
The contract for the supply of drugs,
etc., to the Royul Columbian Hospital
has boen awarded to Mr. A. M. Herring.
Servants, -fee,, wanted to registor for
employment ami employers to call at
McCartney's Labor Bureau, Douclas
streot. *
Tho hoso reel team wili moot at tho
liyack hall on Monday night for practice, Evory mnn is expected to bo
present.
The str. Yosemite left for Victoria
this morning with 40 ftms ot freight
and GO passengers, Sho will return
this evoning.
Seo our cheap lino of Ladioa' 4 buttoned Kid Gldvosi black and colored—
only BO eta. per pair, tor cash—at .Ins,
Ellard ifcOn's. *to
Furentau I-'orroat's Bung eve doing
excellent work on Oolumbia street.
Tlio board of works should keep up
thia good work.
Tenders aro asked, by tho board of
worki, up to Wednesday next, 10th
mat., for the cribbing und tilling of a
portion nf Begbie Btreet.
• Messrs. Aokerman Bros, have ootn*
inonced work on tho foundation of tho
new residence for Mr. Warden McBride of the penitentiary.
Work on Mr. R. E. Green's now
renidouoe on Royal avenuo ia progress*
ing rapidly. When completed it will
bo a very handsome building.
Contractors should remember that
tho time fnr receiving tenders for the
impioFoment of Fortesntie street expires at 0 Monday ovening next.
The Orantjeinen's exoutsiou parly to
Victoria leaves by tlio str. Rainbow at
2 n. m. July 12th, not by tho 0. P. JN.
O'j's steamer ns at lirst announced.
Tho meeting for young men only nt
tlio Y. M, 0. A. to-morrow afternoon
•«iU bo uddroFScd by Rov, Tho*-.
Scoular.   Singing by the mulo choir.
Ov.-r a hundred Ohinamen went
down river thia morning to work in
tho canneries during tho packing sea*
son. As usual their kits wero a marvel to behold.
Tho council are losing no timo in tho
* mattor of pushing tho water works
construction. Mr. Hill, C. E., went
out with n party this morning to work
ou tlio pipe line.
Send your old Clothes, Curtains,
Tabic C'jvci'3, (tc, to bs Cleaned and
Dyed at tho Pioneer Steam Dyo &
Cleaning Works. F. C. McCartney
agent, Douglas street. *
Special services will bo held m the
Baptist church tomorrow, the occasion
being the first anniversary of tho pastorate uf Rov. Mr. Baldwin in con*
' ncctimi with his congregation.
Spintt's ark, in tow of the str. Etla
White, from Mootlyvillo, passed up tho
rivor last night bound for tho Mission,
She had on board 250,000 feet of lumber, whicli will be used in the construction of tho Mission bridgo.
The cose of Tiotjen v. Hading
promises to be a cttuse cetehre should
lho npplic iiion for an injunction bo re-
fmhed. Tho plain till'will if necessary,
it is undi.r.'tood, carry the mattor to
tho supremo court of Canada.
Tho Surrtty Agricultural Association
havo got the start on the other Agricultural associations of tho district and
province, and have got their prize list
issued. Nothing like boing forward
in these matters. There's no flies on
Surrey.
Tho gamo inspector, if thoro is
such au official, should pay Westminstor a visit. Grouse aro being shot in
this vicinity and are sold in tho city
with littlo attempt, at conconlmcnt.
This sort of thing will nob do, and it
must bo prevented.
Iu tho notice of the St. Charles Hotel, wliich appcarod in yestorday's
World, it should have read tho Misses
Ryan, instoAd of "Messrs," and tho
word "brothers" Bhould havo read
sisters. — World. Evidently a case of
too much Dominion Day with tho
"wretched roporter."
J ' Loscelle's racing mare, "Mayflower," on her return to Nanaimo
from Vancouver, tho othor day, whilo
being landed from the steamer, backed
over'-the gang plunk into the water.
The animal swam ashore, nnd with tho
exception of Bomo Buvero scratches on
* tho logs, waa but little injured,
Thoro was a-vory Btormy meeting of
the city council Wednesday night, Tho
"row," aroao ovor tho "park" (juostiufi
nud was sustained with acrimonious
vigot for nearly two hours.— Westminster oor. Neww-Adnrtiser. Go from
home—i.e., look in tho Vancouver
papers—-for tuilhentic Westminster
news,
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
The Sontllo Evening Press has been
Bold, tho purchasers boing Messrs.
W. E. Bailey uud L. S. J. Hunt uf tho
Post-intelligencer, The now management will not take charge until August
1st.
Wo Would, ■nllflpi'cinl attention to an
advertisement lu another column concerning W.'etifmiiistcf's contribution to
the British Columbia exhibit at tho
Torotito'indiistrial exhibition this full.
Everyone should take an intorest in
this matter and contribute to llio sue
oeas mid credit of the Westminster uud
provinoisl exhibit on that ocoaalon.
A rumor Is afloat to thu ellect that
the.city of Now Wostminstor, rather
thati looso lho chancuof railway connection wiih tho American syslom
tln'oiijh an independent Hue, will givo
a furthor subsidy of 8200,000 on con-
ditli.n tlir.i Whatcom will givo 8100,-
000. The lloyal Cily is a plucky onu
nud deserves to go aheinl—World,
Go from huino—i. c, look inthe Vancouvor I'apers-—for authentic Westminster news*,
The Presbyterian Sunday school picnic tc the North Arm yesterday waa a
giu.it fluccoBs, Tho superintendent
and teachers did all within their power
to make tlm day pleasant for the children, mul they succeeded. Guinea and
races were among the items on tho programme, and they were heartily untried into by many. Mr. McCleary
oainn in for many thanks for his kind*
Hubs in many ways. Tlie return trip
was greatly enjoyed by all.
Among the cargo of ihu bark Ddrii
Brudgtsun frum Liverpool is the steel
frame ami nuohinory for n steamer for
Ewen it iiu. The ulenriier will Iiu put
logcthor at Ci'lvin'a shipyard by ("ray
it Munro, of lho Victoria Machinery
Depot. Tlm steamer U eighty feet in
lungili, Tim engines aro triple cxpun-
iiion, with I'.leel boilers. It will bo com*
pleted i-u tho courso of two months and
will ho iisci! in tlio servico of Ewen &
Co.'s caiuii ries and in towing. When
completed lho cost of tho steamer will
he $25,000.—Colonist. -
Tno Canadian Pacific Railway Company's earning!* and expenses for Muy,
1880, were; Gross earnings, $1,106-*
0'JO, working expenses, $725,500; net
profit-, §380,500. In May, 1888, there
was a net profit of $23i>,032, and for
the livo months ending May Slat, 1880,
the figures wero as follows; Gross
earnings, 85*114488) working expenses, $3,084,178j net profit!, 81,-
449,01)0. For tho live months ending
May 31st, 1888,-thore wns n net profit
of §722,031, Earnings and expenses
on thn Southeastern Railway not included.
In this city, last evening, Bro. D.
McGiUvnry- G. C. T., organized nnd
installed the officer.* of Excelsior Lodgo
No. 8,1, O. G. T., in thoir respective
chairs na follows: W. C. 'J'., Sister
h. Thoir.ber; V. T.', Bro. C. T. Williams; R. S., Bro, W. 0. LoyejF. S.,
F. H. Meyers; Trent-., Sister W.
Baker; P. C. T„ Bro. F. H. Case;
Chap., Bro, Jno. J. Johnston; I. G.,
Sislor P. Wallace; Sent;, Bro. N.
Pro-ton; Marshal, Bro, Geo. Taylor;
I-r-dge Deputy, Bro. L, D. Thornier.
The lodgo has started in a vory flourishing condition, seventeen charter members having enrolled.
On (lie Bands.
The sir, Yosemite arrived in pot-, at
au early hour this morning from tho
sand lieatUj having mado an unsuccessful attempt to release tho stranded
Btoamship Karluck from hur perilous
position. The vessel hud settled deeper in the sand during yosetrduy, and
even after many tons of coal had been
thrown overboard, andthofullstrength
of i ho YosiMnito's powerful engines applied, she refuaol to move. A couple
of iionn were spent in fruitless efforts
to pull her oil', and then, as the tide
waa reading further attempts wore
suspended till to-morrow morning,
when ii fresh attack wii be made. Tho
tides are making every day, and it is
hoped tho Karluck will be not oil' boforo full moon, but if a storm comes
tip in tho meantime thore will he littlo
chanco of saving tlio veastd,
Tiic Toronto Exhibition,
A prize list of the Toronto Industrial Exhibition has been handed into
this oflice by Mr, Seitu, of the city
hall, secretary of tho British Columbia
Exhibit Association. Jt contains a
list of exhibits fur which prizes, diplomat), etc, will be offered, nud full instructions in regard to the rules and
regulations and tho manner of making
ontnes, and nil information necessary
fur exhibitors. The exhibition lasts
from September 9 to 21 inclusive, and
is intended to eclipse all former ex-
hibltions, a difficult tiling to do, judging from tho excellency of lho past
ones. Accompanying it is a form of
entry and also an essay by Prof. Thos.
Shaw, of lho Agricultural Collnge,
Guelph, read at a recent convention,
nnd relates to tho duties of exhibitors,
It is full of pungent "hone sense,"
mul would do most exhibitors good to
read it,—N_iW'AdveHlte)'.
Scott Komi Du-lcs.
There was a timo when thu bachelors of tho Scott road wero content to
wear flannel or wincey shirts, but lhat
dny has gono by, and tho uid simplicity of apparel sn manly aud rubust locking is uiving place to fashionably out
cl"lhs, boiled shirts nnd cut throat
collars. It ia not to bo supposed from
this I hut tho youug farmers perform
their daily labors in dress suits and
white kids- for thoy aro still willing to
work in ''low nock and short sleeves,"
but it is on Sunday after the cattle
hare been foddered, tho cows milked,
tho ehickoiiB fed and tho geoso navigated to tho water, that they shino
bright and glorious; in fact ouo would
lako them for splendod Bpociineus of
L <ndon or Parisian fashionables. Tlio
reason for this radical nnd unexpected
chango was givon in Tun Colum in an-
a few wookaago, viz: tho arrival of
live handsome young ladies in the district. The changes wrought during
tho past throo months have, indeed,
boon marvellous, but wc luok for greater
things stitl, and expect to seo the
young farmers shortly appear in aristocratic drag!, driving tandem, evon
if the ox team has to bo pressed into
aervice to completo the "rigout."
East Zorra, about five milos from
Woodstock, Ont,, was visitod Thursday by a Hood. Mud Branch creek,
ordinarily an insignificant'stream, became swollen tn enormous proportions
by heavy rain falls, and as it toro
through tho country it carried with it
bridgo?, culverts aud fences. Two
livos aro reported lost.
-—♦ ■** *    i.... —
During the six months ending with
Juno 10,321 immigrants outored Manitoba, as compared with 18,000 for the
whole of 1688,
A Brush Id the Units.
Tlm st camera Islander and Olympian had a brush in the Straits yesterday on tho lotuni trip from Port
Townsend. A large number of people
went out to Beacon Hill and at about
8:30 tho distanco betweon lho two
Steamers could readily be discerned.
The Olympian waa seen to tie about
two and a half miles ahead, nnd going
gallantly along nt a lively ratu. Volume** of black smoko poured uut of her
funnel and stoam was evidently kept
at full head. She arrived in ihu harbor and had just got her lines ashore
when tho Islander also entered the
harbor. Thoro wns perhaps 12 or 14
minutes between tho two whistles. As
the Olympian passed tho 0. P. N.
duck she wns given three cheers and
when the h-lunder waa ducking the
Olympian's pasfongars and crew give
her three cheer.- aud a tiger, which
Capt. Irving acknowledged with three
whittles. From officers and passou-
gers of both steamers it wns learned
that tho Olympian started from Port
Townsend eight minutes ahead of the
Islander. When tho Islander got inside thoro was a long gap between the
two Bleamet'B, Tho screw for a timo
seemed to gain a little ou the paddle
steamer, but after that simply hold
her own. Tho Olympian had just
butn thoroughly repaired nnd was in a
lino condition, whilo thu Islander has
to receive considerable repair beforo
being at her best. The Islander will
soon receive a new screw and another
opportunity may occur to test tho
spoed of tho two boats.—Colonist.
juu* mm\* mvmwtUm ^mmm% i, a, mx o, uso.
mamaam  n   mea__$__m_m**mmbb—wbmb—bbbb i ll
Policii Court.
Before T. C. Atkinson, 1'. M,
Henry Dominy charged with grev-
iotisly wounding Augusto, an Indian
buy, with intent to murdur, on the
night of June 27th.
Dr. Fagan, sworn, oaid; Examined
the boy and found n wound on tho hip
joint on tho left sido; it was a sharply
defined wound quarter of an inch wide,
but cannot say bow deep it was ns it
wuuld bo dangerous to probe; it was
deep and in a dangerous potition; it
was a dangerous wound; tho boy wns
under my treatment four days; ho is
nuw out uf danger; he left tno hospital without my permission.
Auguste, sworn, ssid: Was sitting
on tho cannon in tho drill shod
on tho night of tho 27th; Dominy's
boy was leaning back noar mo; and
Woods was along side of me; Johnny
Gossett was 6 feet away; I saw tho
hand with tho knife thnt stabbed me
but do not know which boy did it; the
knife wns stuck in and pulled right
out; was speaking to no ono at tho
time; Dominy was there when I went
into the drill shed; Dominy and Woods
wore alone together and Gusselt was
by himsolf; I did not speak a word to
anyono of the threo during lhe tune I
was there. As soon its I felt the stab
I turned quickly and no ono wns near
except Dominy and Woods; I turned
so quiolt I saw tho hand that stabbed
me; thoro was no persons there when I
saw thu hand go down; havo known Dominy about a year; havo not spoken
to Dominy sinco; Dominy's father
came tu our house twice sinco and
spoko with my brother Paul;*Mid hot
hear what they said; I told Mr. McTieman last Saturday that it was
cither Woods or Dominy that stabbed
me.
Willie Higgins: wns at the drill shed
tho evening Auguste waa stabbed;
tliiul-1 spoke tu Dominy outside; Grst
saw him inside lying beside tho cannon; Woodr. was with him; they were
sitting together; it was about threo*
quartern of an hour after 1 saw him
that thu stabbing occurred; there was
no pin-sticking that niglit Kick huff
and L'Hussicr wero with me; wo wero
playing with no ono olse; Dominy did
not ask mu for u knife; I did not tell
Constable Pearce Dominy asked nio for
a knife; I did not tell him much; 1
told Mr. Pearce Dominy had Mead's
knife; I might hnvo told Mr. Pearce
Dominy askod mo for a knife, but I
don't know.
Wm. Prescott Woods, sworn, suid:
Was in tho drill shed the evening uf
the stabbing; was thero with Dominy;
was there when Augusta was stabbed;
waa sitting close to tho cannon, and
Duminy closo to me on the farther side;
wo had been in that positiuu about
half an hour and wore talking togo
ther; a young Indian and a boy named
Hogan and other boys wore there; i
had not spoken to tho other boys for
10 minutes; did not seo any person
near Augusto, Dominy or myself for
10 minutes beforo the t-tabhiug; lho
neatest person was one yard away;
Duminy asked mo for a pin; a minute
later I felt blood falling un to my
hand; during that minuto tho boll
rang for a ruffie and I looked away;
whon I saw the blood 1 told Dominy
ho had cut tho Indian; Dominy laid
tho knife beside mo that ho had
stabbed the Indian with; I gut up and
loft and Dominy tried to mako mu remain, but I wuuld nut; I would not
remain as I did Juot want
to havo anything to do with
it; I saw Duminy stab the Indian;
I left becauso I thought Dominy would
accuse mc; 1 had a knifo during tho
ovening, but I gave it to Fraser a
quarter of un huur beforo; ho asked
mo fur it; I went homo from the drill
shod quietly nnd did not hurry; saw
Duminy put his arm across mo; Frasor
was in thu front of the shed when tho
stabbing was duno.
Fred. J. I Logan sworo ho saw Dominy stab Augusto with a knife; ho was
standing closo by at the timo; ho was
suro Woods did uot do it; Woods did
not leave the shod aftor the stabbing;
saw him thero ten minutes afterwards.
Squamish Joo aworn, said, it waB
Woods who stabbed Auguste; Dominy's father camo to our houso on
Tuesday and talked with mo;
ho asked mo to gu to the
court and tull about the
stabbing; he told me Wouds cut my
brother; Dominy came only unco to
seo mo; I am sure ho was not there
twice; I went with Mr. Pcarco to Mr,
Henley's whoro Dominy worked, but
did not tell him Dummy was tho man
who cut my brother, and did not point
uut the accused as thu boy who stab*
bed Augusto.
Sydney J. Pearce, chief of police,
sworn, Buid, Paul, tho last witness*,
came tu ino un Friday morning and
said his brother had boon stabbed aud
ho knew tho man who did it, but did
not know his namo; mot him later in
day and ho said he had found
tho man uud said it was a
boy named Dominy; told him to meet
mo Saturday morning; wo went together to whoro Dominy wub working and
ho pointed Dominy out, saying "that
is the mun who stabbed my brother;"
ho spoke good English and
I understood all he said. I
swear I did nut misunderstand Paul.
Mr. McColl, for tho prosecution, nnd
Mr. Gaynor, for the defense, addressed
the court, Mr. McColl suggesting the
advisability of holding the accused
to   bail    instead    of  Bending   him
up for trial. His honor concurred with this, and held Dominy
in §1,500 personal surety and three
sureties of §500 each to appear for
trial nt the next assizes.
Supreme Court.
[Before IhoHoii. Mr. Justice4McOro!ght,]
Tiotjtm v. Hurling—This was an application mndo yesterday for an injunction u> restrain the defendant
from manufacturing and soiling cigars
under thu name of thu ''Little Mainland" tho word "mainland" being part
of tho plaintiffs rugiaterod trade mark
iu reference to thu same article. It
was contended oil behalf of the plaintiff that t lie act relating to trado marks
prevents tho uso by another of a part,
as woll aa the whole, of a person's
Ir.ido murk, and that the wurd "main-
laud" is as much a part uf tho trado
mark in question as in tho diagram
within which it is written. Besides
the authority of the act tho English
and Canadian reports contain abundant authority in support of tho plain*
tiff's olaim" The plaintiff's counsel
cited among many others a case wherein it was decided thut whero a mineral
wator was sold under tho namo of
"Apullinaris water" it was an infringement to usu tliu name "London Apol-
liiiaria water," and so also was it decided to bo nu infringment tu use the
namo "Imperial Bibasio" where the
trade mark was "Imperial.1' A trado
mark is supposed tu afford the fullest
protection tu the owner thereof, and
tho la iv, mi iho authorities clearly
show, will restrain a person from using in anyway it part of another's trade
mark iu respect of tho Bamo article.
Should tho quality of tho "Little
Mainland" cigar bo reduced it is certain to injure tho name of tlio "Mainland" with which it cannot help boing
confounded.
His lordship, at tho request of tho
defendant's counsel, who was not prepared to go on, adjourned tho application to Victoria, whero argument
on behalf of tho defendant will bo
hoard on Wednesday. Mr. Eckstein
for plaintiff, Mr. Jenns for defendant.  '
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Tho Winnipeg lacrosse club defeated tho Grand Fcrks club at that placo
Thursday by two to nothing.
Tho recent order-in-council relative
tu civil servants commanding militia
bats.".lions prohibits thu deputy ministers nltugethor and other officers, without tiio conaont of the official  head.
Tho Methodist missionary sooretary
has forwarded a letter to the government relative to British Oolumbia Indian matters. Hon. Mr. Dewdney is
preparing ti long report on tho subject.
Hon. Messrs. Bowell and Darling,
in discussing Sir Charles Tupper's imperial scheme say tho statements of
tho high commissioner aro mndo on
his own rospunsibility and are not
binding on tho Dominion government.
Dr, Child's Pile Ointment instantly relieves and permanently cures Piles, Pruritus and all hot nud itching sores and
eruptions. N. W. agents, P. S- Curtia
k Co. dmy28yl
Whon Bihy wu tick, we r»™ her Caitorta,
When she waa a Child, otae cried for Castoria,
Whon aho becamo Min, she clung to Castoria,
Whan ehshad Chlldwn, sho gavo lliom Cutoria
pAPTIST CHURCH, At*nes Street,
Jj Kast of Mary Htreet. Lord's Dny
Services nt lln. m, nnd 7 p. m. Sabliath
School andBlhle Class at 2:30 p. in. All
scats freo; strangers cordially welcomed.
—Rev. Thoa. Baldwin, pastor.	
MBT1IUD1ST CHURCH, Mary
StrecU Rev, J. Hi White. Pastor.
Services nt 11 a. in. anil 7 p.m. Sunday
School and Bible Olass 2:30 b, m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays nt 7.S0ji.m. Heats
freo; Btrengera cordially invited,
ST. PAUL'S OMUROIl, John Street,
Oppn.--.lti- OriitiRG Hull. ltev. Thomas
lluiliiun, Pi-slur. Hor vices every Sunday
at 11 n. ni, nod 7 p. io. Thmwliiv evfiilnirs
nt7:30 oVlot-lt. .seats tree; all nre cordially Invited-  Sunday School at2il)0 p. m.
C-HUIUlU OP ENGLAND.-HOLY
; TRINITY CHUROH; Hector, The
ven. Archdeacon Woods. S. MARY'S
OHUROH: Rector, Tho Bishop, Services
In both churches every day. AH seats
free. Hoth churches open all day for private prayer.
pHESUYT BRIAN CHURCH (ST.
JT ANDREW'S), corner Carnarvon nml
Iliiiilvwufid.Sts. Rev. Thos. Scouler, pnstor. Her vices at 11 a. m. and 7 p. in.; Suti-
day*sehoOI and Wide-class nt. 2.-10p.m.;
Prayor*meotIng on Thursdny evcnluj>s at
7.80.' Beats free; Btrailgera welcome.
CALEDONIA A ST. ANDREW'S
sooiMTY.-Tho regular meetings of
this Association nre held on the Inst Tuesday of euch montb, at 8 o'clock p. in. All
Scotchmen are invited lo attend. -John
Bom, Sec
AO. F.-COURT LORD DUFPBBIN
* No. (Mi. The regular meetings of
the above Oourt nro held nt the l-'uie.^iirs-
Hull, on the lirst and third Wednesday In
each month, at 8 p, ra.—Jno. MoMuiti'iiY,
Senr,, P. C. H.
Ttr C T. U.-RKOULAR MKKTI.VO
VV 1 every Wednesday afternoon at .')
o'clock nt tho W. O. T. U. Headquarters,
Douglas St. Loyal Let-Ion lu the same
place every Friday afternoon.—Mim. Jam.
CUNNINDIIAM, President; MlSS DrDEOK
Sccrolary,      	
UNION I.ODUK No, O, A. F.
A A. M.—Tlio regulnr meetings of this Lodge are held In
. . the Masonlo Tomple on the flwt
Wednesday In each montli, at7:30 o'clock
p. m. Sojoiirnlnf-brethren nre cordially
Invited to nttoinl.—W. O. Coatham, Hoc.
TiOARD OF TRADE, llonrd Room,
Jj Oddfellows Drink Hloclt, up-slnlm
Council meets on tho first nnd third Wednesday In each month,nt. 4 p.m. Quarterly
meetings on tbo 22ml of Feb., Mny., Aug.,
nnd Nov., at 7:30 p. m. Now members
mny ho proposed and elected at any Quarterly mooting.—D, RousoN, Sec,
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
0.!. WOODS
Und Surveyor.
A. G. GAMBLE
Notary Public.
M,TiiriidUl.
LAND SURVEYORS,
ijllHUaitHtfi
AND CONVEYANCERS.
Ji.a-*BJSTTS   EOB
FIRE—The Western of Toronto/The Mb-
na.Tho Oity of London, nnd The Hartford.
LIFE.—The Now York Life Insurance Oo.
ACCIDENT-The Travellers' of Hartford
Land Surveying In all its branches accurately and promptly carried out.
City and Suburban Lands fnr Snlt.
We cnll show a complete list of desirable
local Itlc.i.
Farming Landi, Improved and unimproved, throughout the district.
Mining and other Btook bought and
sold.
Honey to Lonn on,first mortgngoat
low rates.	
TK1.R1-110Nk Call No. 83.
P. O. Drawer W,
WOODS, TURNKR & GAMBLE,
Ornoi, Ellahd'i Blook,  •  Columbia Street
NBW WESTMINSTER.
dmhllto
ON SUNDAY, JUNE SO, HEWEEN C.
P. It. Depot, and Wise's Livery Stablo
-2 POCKET-BOOKS (one Insldo lho other), containing some papers valuable to
tbe owner. Tim finder win confer a favor
by lenving at this oflice. (JJIyOtS
Tenders for Street Work.
SEALED TENDERS WILL HE RK-
ct-ived up to-lo'cluck p.m.,011 Wednesday, July loth, for the ('ribbing und
Filling of thut portion of Begbie street
hctfVGcu Columbia nnd Front streets.
Tenders to be marked "Tender for Begblo
Stree," nnd addressed to tho Chairman of
tbe Board of Works, Oily Hall, New WeatmlnBter.
No tender will bo entertained unless
uccompnnled by a deposit equal to "-per
cent, of amount of tender, which shall be
forfeited if party tendering declines or
fails to enter Into a contract for thu work
when called upon to do so, upon bis ton-
der being accepted. In tbo event of tender not being accepted; the deposit will bo
relumed.
Plans nnd SpfloHloatlOUS mny he seen at.
tho City Engineer's Offlco, city Hall.
Tbo lowest or any tender not necessarily nccepted.
J. 0. JAOUKS,
Chairman of Board of Works.
Cily Hall,
Now Westminster, July Oth, I860.
British Columbia's Exhibit
THE    COMMITTEE  APPOINTED TO
propnre an Exhibit from New Westminster for the
Toronto Industrial Exhibition
Is anxious to Bcoure suoh a collection ns
will do jin-tico to the resources of lho city.
Any person in tho city or elscwh'-io who
has, or expeots to havo beforo tho date of
the Exhibition at Toronto, such art Ides as
are deemed worthy of being exhibited,
will confer a favor hy communicating, ns
soon us possible, with some member nf
tho committee. All articles taken for exhibition will bo packed and sent free of
charge to tho exhibitor. The local committee is composed of the following gentlemen:—
Fish and Game-j, A. Laldlaw.EsQ.,
Alex. Ewen, EBq., and P. C. Birrell, Esq.
AORIOULTDRAL  ANO   HonTK'UI/rtlltAI,
Products—Thoa. Cunningham, E*q., W.
Wolfenden, Esq,
Minerals and Manufactuiiks-J. C.
Drawn, Esq., H. V. Edmonds, Esq.
Products op the Forest—DT. Elliott,
Esq., J. B.Jvennody, Esq., D. McNalr.Esq.
JOHN HENDRY, Chairman.
D, ROBSON, Secretary. UwJIyOml
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
QAWMILL OWNERS, LOGGERS, and
P others aro notified that our steel
Tug-boat,
Will be ready for work about the 14th inst.,
and we are prepared lo enter Into contract*, ior nil kinds of towing, lighter*
ing, Ac.
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
dmyfttc Vancouver, B, O.
W.J.fALKER&CO.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, NewWestminster. B.C.
ITei.emionk No. Ri.]
14 ClATtE ROAD, HALIFAX. Ell IAH0.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS,
Loud oil anil I, mien sh lire Fire mill
Hrlllsli   ICmptrt-   Life  lituurai.ee
Co iti pun I en.
Neiv W ♦• st 1111 it -I I. vi* Hu 11 ill» k Society.
Am-miiitKiit-tf Oilice, Diocese nf N.W.
City Auditors, 1N80,1HN7 ami 1HHR*
ADVISE CLIENTS IN  THE BUYING*
AND SELLING OV HEAL PROPERTY IH THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
and other monetary transactions,
Huvo several good investments on tholr
books, and all now comers will Uo well to
call beforo doing business elsewhere,
dwMely
Tenders for Loan.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED UP
MONDAY, 131 ll tiny of July, IH80, at
■1 o'clock p. 111., for lending lo the Corporation of lho Municipality of ClillHwhnek
tho sum of 82,01)0.01), WOUred on debentures
under the Municipality Lonn By-law.of
1889. These dobontures are for 8200.00 ench
and. carry seven per cent, per annum interest. Tenders may ho for any portion of
tlio loan.
The highest or nny tender not. iiccch-
sni'liy accepted.
Tenders to he addressed to the Olerk of
the Municipal Council of Chilllwhack.
Dated this 27th dayof June, A. D. 1880.
S. CAWLEY,
dwj(?28td Reeve.
Gr IR IE -A. T
:MENTS
For the Next Two Days.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & FREEMAN'S,
Tliu I.eniliii-i Dry Goods lloiisr,
MASONIC BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
SUMMER COATS,
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
YdtflMS YU.-N0, k,
m*_mm*_swmmmmmim__*_Mm___
Jas.Ellard-Co
MWM-M^M..    «L»J*EPj**Er-J*E3*tBt5.
:or the Next Four Days
THEIR  REMAINING  STOCK  OF
PARASOLS
■ I    1      V-****/, *>hiv \~*S mJtmwlStta KiWWJ —L.-JL* ■*■
A,t   Cost,' To   *Ol€5«*-r.
F- CRAK
3
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE HANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, Sr,G.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of SllCCtAClcS & Eyc-fllasscs in stool, rubber, silver arc gi.ld
frames.   Tlio finest rabbles made, $4 pur pair; all sights suited.
Spoeiol attention givon to PINK WATCH REPAIRS, Haviuy luarm.*'. the
business thoroughly from soma of tho finest Horologors in England, and sluoe then
managed tho watch-ropalrlng departments of a few of the best firms on tin; continent of America, is a sufficient guarantee ol good workmanship. Formerly in.in.i*
ger for nearly 8 years of tho well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Montreal.
Dimrgiis moderate,
Montrkal, Dec, 1887.—-Mr. F. Crake.—Andw, Robertson, Esq,', Chairmtu 0!
Montreal Harbor Conunissiouora, says; "I novel* found a Watchmaker who ili-l so
well for mo as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are uot hero to-day."
dwaplSto
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
AQENTS B, LAURANCE'S SPECTACLES.
Wholesale and .Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    -    Columbia Sweet.
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
Ogle, Campbell £ Go's
1
dtc
Next Door Bank of Montreal,
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
X.BJ__X.BXt   X2iT
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Xja*bxad.or "Elexrl-agrs,
l^acrtserel, Salt Ood,
Jlxxxiovlx's "CTelc. Hams,
Armour's TJnc. Bacon,,
nour. "Bran. Sliorte,
UTHIOHEST PRICES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE.
noidwir 8ooullar.Armatrong Blook, ColumUJa St.
W. £ G. Wolfende
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
KIta-H-OLASS
DRY GOODS
 _t_.2HX.	
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON  MARCH E.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER & SHADWELL.
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