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Daily
Columbian.
VOLUME 7
NEW   WESTMINSTEE, B. 0., THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1889.
NUMBER 03
PHOFESSIOHAl ADD BUSINESS CARDS.
B:
E. HI. N. WOODS,
AllRIOTEH-AT-LAlV. Olslco-McKoss-
zle 8'raot.  ilins2to
T. C. ATKINSON,
D ARKT8TEB, SOLICITOR, 40. OsTIcob-
B Masosiio Building, New Wostmisssler,
fto:  slvrtss
ASiMSTRONG Jt UOKHTEIN,
IvM'BISTERS, SOLICITOUS, ETO.-
JJ Masosilc Biilldltig, H_w Wcslmlss-
saor, 11.0.  dsymyJtss
W> NO'lllIAN SSOS.S-., li.C,
toABRISTER-AT-LAWisjANDAbBNT,
T)  Money to Loan. Ollieo-Ulnrsisoii St.,
_.n\. Wostnilnster, B. C. tlto
■ omissus is, mc on .v jsmsia,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITOUS, oto. Ofll-
ooB-Msisonio Buildings, Ntw Wost-
isslnstar, isiul Vancouver. B. 0.       tlwto
A.O. BBVDONE.JAOK, ill. A.,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, NOTARY
Public, &0. Ollloo In tlio Hamley
Building, Coluiiilslii St., nnposltss tlio Colonial Holol.  ,lwitli2tt'
JOSEPH K. IIAV KOI*, 11.A.,I.L.B.
rtOLD MEDALIST ul llio Unlvorslls ts!
\J DssMISS. llARRlSTER-ATl.AW of
llio High Court of Juslloo.li'olaiid. Oillces,
Coiner MoKonzIo & clarkson Sts., New
Wostnilnster. dwfe'JIto
A. J. HOLHES, D. D. 8.,
SUR8E0N DENTIST. Gmdnuto of tho
Ohio College of llontal Surgery. Is
now with Dr. C. E. C. llrown. All w'ork
skillfully iierformoil. Rooms B A 0, Hank
of 11. C, Colnnihla St. ll"ur«-8 Its li a.m.;
1|30 to II is, ns, iljlylltii
O. W. UKANT,
i RCHITECT.  Ollloo-Corner Mary assd
i.  clarkson Sls„ Westminstor.   tlwto
CLOW * ISIACLURK,
AROHITEOTS.    Offloe-Room E. over
Hank of B. 0.,ColumblaStroot,West-
lolnstrr, dtc
Wll.I.lA'1 II. KINO,
A ROHITECT.SANITARYENGINEER,
J\ Ao. Removed to Armstrong's Blook,
Columbia Street, Westminster —Room
Ho. 2.  tlto
W. l'lllllAUDEAlI,
I AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS-
J man.  Hamley Blook, Now Wostmlnster, a. 0. tjsssyjStg
A. I'. COTTON,
DOMINION ASSD PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR. onto: RoomD,Bank
of II. 0. building, Wostnilnster, B.C.
ALDERT J,  HILL
(M.CAN.Soo.CE.),
ClVILEtSGINEER.LANDSURVEYOR
and   DRAUGHTSMAN.      Hamloy
Block, New Wostmlnster.        dwau23tc
T.J.TRAP
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of the lies* makes; {Irostvcilt Si Ilisilsl-Saws,
Burbed Wire for Fencing, assd iili tlso mmur, Utensils for Farmlnei
Pulley Monks, Snatch Blacks, mope & JJiiiiin in nil sizes; Pitch,
Tar & Oakum; Tumid and Plain Puxicr fcr ISmMing; Paints & Oils
inalloolors; Lillllid I'alllts lis nil sli-,ilcn; I'l-.iui' Paints ready tonsc; (irillll
Stones; WairPapei- in all slraij-sssi Bl'00-.Si.s _■_ Brushes for all imruoBos;
Lubricating Oils* Traps of ail slcsuriptiimi, and a j-cueral assortment of
Agricultural Implements.
ttr Speoial attention given to ordors by mail.
■*r. rr. .teapp so oo..,
dwjly3to Colum hia Strbrt, New Westminhteh,
New Boots,
New Slipoers
At GRANT & MACLURE'S.
G. PlTTENDBltin,
UEAL E8TATK BROKER and County
AX Court Agent, ('ommlssloner, Notary
Publio, Ae. Routs collected. Olllco—McKenzie Street, New Wostmlnster, B.O.
T, J, TttAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Street, Now Westminster.
All commissions will receive prompt
uin! earelul attention, Best references
gl vim when rf-qulreri. miilg*tc
J. IS. FINLAYSON,
PIANO TUNER, from Broadwood A
Hons, L-mdon, Ktn-jlaiid- and Htoin-
WHy&Sons, NowYork, now roBidiiit,' In
VhiKoiiver, will attend to ordors loitat
Mr, ',-ed. ft. Hnll's and 1). Lyal A Co.'s
store.-?, Trips 1st wook of each month.
daiiBto
rVKNE.ll, BKKTON * CO.,
"ft TERCIIANTS. Wharf St., VIctoila,
1VJ Atouts for Nortii British and Mer-
oiiliMlo Insurance Co, for Mainland. II,
0. t.KtCTON A Co., 38 Flnsbury Circus, I-oii-
don. K. C dto
Imperial Fire Insurance Co,
OB" X.O*£TX)0'£T.
CAPITAL,       ■       £1,000.600 Bill.
Hutes as low as «»y other rollnhle Com-
Sanies doing biu-lnesi In BrltiHh Colum-
la. W. J. ARMSTRONO.
djtyQto Agont for Now Wost
BAKER BROS. & CO'Y
10 Chapel Walk, South Castlo St., Liverpool, England.
IBank Buildings, Columbia Street, Now
Wostmlnster, B.O.
Shipping and Commission
_A.Gh_BTai?B_,
Qehebal Wholesale MEBOHAHTsilMPURTEHS
Any description of Ooods Imporlod to
oi.l.r and Custom and Slilp liroktiiK
transacted. Lalosl Freight und Market
Quotations, dwnu2tc
R'
RAND BROS.
KM. KSTATK liHOKKHS,
Ooiiv-tyancei--,, Collector,*,
Ami Imuran*-a Ageuts,
onii'i'K at
NEW WESTMINSTER:  Cornor
McKcuzlo nud Clurkson Sts.
VANCOUVER Cordova Stroot.
LONDON .England.
HUILDING LOTS for sale In all sections
of Vancouver and Now WeBtmlnster City.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
■ato at  Chilliwhack,  Port  Hammond,
Liuigloy, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay,Lad-
iier'.H Lnndlng, Lulu Island, North Arm
and Pitt River.
Maps aud Plans exhibited and tho fullest, information f uruialiod at all our oUlceuj
OF LONDON, ENOIAND, ARE
NOW INSURING
FRAME BUILDINGS USED
AS RESIDENCES
At 1-2 per cent, per Annum
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
scUdlns Agont.
Great Removal Sale!
 OF	
BOOTS & SHOES
A ft I INTEND MOVING NEXT DOOR
J\ lo Oity Bakery, I will offer forthe
next fifteen days,
10 PER CENT. OFF
On all cash purchases.
A. B. WINTEMUTE,
HI«nof t!se"BusTulo."
Now West., July a7,18SD.       dwJ127lo
New Fall and Winter Goods
J.S. MAM'S TAILORING ESTALISHMEHT,
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Positively the largest and beat assorted stook ever shown in this city, consisting of French and English Worsteds, Scotch Suitings, Irish Serge, &o,
OrPcrfect fit guaranteed or no salo.
Globe lions'-!
Just Received—a Special Line of
ssamers
FROM *7S CENTS  UPWARDS.
Call early and get first choice.
dtc *M:***3S. **"^**M:. XZ_£L__s2.
C. E. WOODS, Land Surveyor. A. 0. GAMBLE, Notary Public,
Woods, Turner & Gamble,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE,
Financial Agonts and Conveyancers.
Laud Surveying in nil its branches accurately nnd promptly carried out.   Oity uud
Suburban Lands for Salo.     Wo can show a complete list of dosirablo local*
itios.   Fanning Iambi, Improved and unimproved, throughout tho
district.    Mining and other stock bought and sold.
Money to loan on first mortgage.
Agonts for tho following Insurance Companies:
Western of Toronto, Ita,City of Londoii-Hartford.Now York Life,& Traveller,
OFFICE—Ellard's Block, Columbia Street, NewWestminster. Telephone Call No. 33.   P.O. Drawer "W."
fl-olOto
MAJOR  tt PEARSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Financial and Insurance Agents,
Property for Salo in all parts of Uso City and Suburbs. Wo also Isavo Ustod some
of tbo linest farming land m the Provinco. MONEY TO LOAN. HOUSKB TO
RENT. Agonts for tbo Confederation lifo Association of Toronto, tbo London
fluarantoo aud Accident Co,, Limited, Ooncral Agents for British Columbia for
llio American Steam Boiler Isssuranco Co. of Nosv York, tho Koyal and Atlas Flro
Assuranoo Companies of England, Union Firo and Marino Insurance Co. of San
Francisco, South Britisli Firo ond Marine Insurance Co. of Now Zealand.
 OFFICES-
NEW WESTMINSTER-Colunsblo Streot, Bank of B, C. Blook.
VANCOCVEU—lIostitSRS Stroot, opposite tho Tost Olllco.
dwsclOtc
Richards, Haywood & Mackintosh,
Real Estate and Financial Agents,
Conveyancers, Notaries Public, Etc.
Agents for Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
LOANS   NEGOTIATED,
COLLECTIONS  MADE,  SURVEYS  TAKEN,  MAPS AND 1'LANS PREPARED.
f-1Q QH| C,    Business, Residence and Suburban  Property, Improved and Unimproved
lUll UHLI        -''•"'ml11!' Lands, Timber and Mineral Claims.'
 OFFIOHS	
Colonial Block,    , 176 Cordova Street, 51 Yates Street.
NEWWESTMINSTER, VANCOUVER, VICTORIA,
Absolutely Pure.
Tills powder nover varies, a marvel of
purlty.sh'e/iKMi and wiioleBomeneHS, More
economical tlian the ordinary kinds, and
canimt no wild In compeiitlon wlln lhe
multitude of low lest, short weight alum
or plmsnliale powders. Bold onlyln cans.
Royai, Bakino Powder Co., 100 Wall St.,
New York. 8fely
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
A, IT. S. western paper gallantly
remarks that "the lady prisoners in
our jail are about the most desperate
lot we have seen  in  a   long time.
Tlie following advertisement ap-
?eared in a recent number of the
london Tablet; "To Parents—Unruly boys nnd girls of nny age visited and punished at their homua by
a thore-.^hdiseiplinnrian accustomed
to administer corporal punishment.
All bad habits cured by one or two
attendances. Fee, 5 shillings for
two visits,    Address "Birch."'
THE GREAT STORM
On the Atlantic Coast Still Continues and Great Damage la
Being Dono Everywhere.
Dozens  of Wrecks on  the Virginia Coast Accompanied hy
Great Eoss of Life.
Ni-ht Bell.
Telephone 67,
CHEMISTS & DRUGGISTS.
Columbia St.,   -   New Westminster.
w
E HAVE ONE OF THE  BEST
■selected Shocks in the City.   Oar
Druga are perfectly pure  and can be
thoroughly relied upon.
"Our Own" Beef, Iron & Wine
in, beyond the shadow of a doubt, the
best preparation of ita kind in tho
world, dapl3to
TO RENT.
THE UPSTAIRS FLAT IN BUIUIINO
corns* of Columbia ami Douglas Hts.
-2IM6.  Apply lo
ilnuSIc HENItY V. EDMONDS.
Dress-IakingI
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C
iWSistlHfiici loss guaranteed.      slaplUte
T. i. MUIR & CO.
DBUG88STS
Qurbn's  Hotel  Block,
NK-r lVKsrnivsimi.
: The examiners of military oondi-
dates for the rank of ensign attach
a certain valuo for smartness in tho
replies given by the students. Not
long ago a teacher of geography
asked a candidate tho startling question : "How wide is the Seine noar
Jondon 1" The reply came without a
moment's hesitation : "As wide ae
tlso Thames near Paris,"—1'agliche
Rundschau.
Frederick Schwatka writes as
follows to a Chicago papor, "When
the announcement of my discovery
of cliff dwollers in North Chihuahua
was mado some months ago the
question was raised as to the relation
these living cliff dwellers sustained
to the extinct tribes whose dwellings
are found in Arizona. 1 havo examined tho cliff dwellings thore, and
find them the samo as those in Chihuahua. This supports the theory
that the cliff dwellers, driven out of
Arizona by the war-like tribos, found
safe refuge in the Sierra Madras,
where I found thousands of them a
few months since."
The Americans have so long legislated against the Chinese that China
now proposes to retaliato and to-
order every United States citizen
to vacate the celestial empire. This
is a caso of retaliation that is not
surprising. What is sauce for tho
geoso is also sauce for the gander.
But we must not speak too loudly
Canada imposes a tax of fifty dollars
upon tho laundrymen and allows
the organ-grinders iu duty free.
This is discrimination. The Ohinamen, however, do not feel it much,
for tho tido of emigration is not
Canada-wards just now.—Mail.
The Counsel lu the Cronin Murder
Trial Havo Not Yet Decided
on One Juror.
TIIK HTOHM  CONTINUES.
New Yoiik, Sept.   12.—The  great
ort-sh came, but all of them managed
to escape in safety. The bottom has
fallen out of a number of cellar, in tbe
neighborhood and a farm house near
by has partially toppled over.
OREJ.T MSASTEBS.
Lewis, Del., Sept. 11.—There are
17 vessels ashore here with a full score
more fast drawing upon the breakers.
The crews of 1C of tbo wrecked vessels
are now at the Tirdon House and are
boing cared for. A threo masted
schooner is ashore just outside the
issnor bay, and is going to pieces with
tho crew of ten men clinging to tho
rigging. The lines whioh tbe life saving crow Bent to the men shot over the
schooner and no human power oan save
the sailors. If tbe wind continues
blowing, as it now is, for ten hours,
storm ciisstiissses. ' The const is "still. not a singlo sail of the sixty remaining
being boston by the great svaves and i in the harbor will be afloat.
(MFLICTMJ THEORIES
Reliable Drugs & Medicines
TOILET ARTICLES 8 SUNDRIES
PIUSSCKIl'TIONS A SPECIAITY.
Telephone Ko. S3; daplto
D. LYAL & CO.
Pianos,
Vocalions
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
FANCY GOODS,
TOYS, Etc., Etc.
N. B.—Dolicrty Organs sold at
50 por cont. nil' list prices, for oasis.
Columbia St, New Westminster.
SO  CO.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AN*>--*-
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all 1-uninesn relating to
Roal Eatato.
—AGENTS KOU—
London A-ssuranco Corporation,
Connecticut Flro Imurnncc .'\t.ot
Hartford.
London and Lancashire Liro AsEiur-
anco Co.
Canton Insurance Oflico, Lfl, (MmIuo)
OFFIOEB:
Columbia St., New West'r,
41 Government St,, Victoria
dwMM-fl
Tho smbstunco, called saccharine,
which, as is known, is three
hundred times sweeter than sugar,
is beginning to bo felt by tlio
beet sugur manufacturers as u very
dangerous enemy. It is stated that
in Germany, already, so much saccharine nas been mado as to -render
5,000 tons of beet sugar surperBuous.
It in" principally employed in the
preparation of fruits and the production of sweet liquors. It is not a
foodstuff. Indeed, it has boen condemned by eminent medical authorities as directly prejudicial to health.
Tlie sugar manufacturers are of the
opinion tliat saccharine should only
be sold hy chemists. France, Italy,
and Portugal uro already contemplating imposing a tax upon it.—Etc
Last winter a reporter of the Boston Journal dropped into a large retail establishment, "You have a
great rush of business," remarked the
roporter. "Yes," repliod the proprietor, "partly becauso it is holiday
season, but mainly on account of
advertising," "How can you tell
whether advertising pays 1" "I can
tell that advertising pays by stopping it. I've tried it. Trado drops*
tho tide of purchasers flows some
other way." "Suppose you should
give up advertising V "I should
save a big pile of money, but should
lose a bigger pile, You must keep
the boilers heated if you want steam,
If you bank your fires too long, it
takes time to start up. Advertising
is the Btcam which keeps business
moving.   I'vo studied the   matter."
Notwithstanding tho genoral use
of gas and electricity in the towns
and cities of a largo part of the
world, the market for petroleum has
not been diminished, it is remarked,
Thoro aro still left many small communities and the farming populations, where petroleum must long
continue to hold its own. Thoro
aro yet largo portions of tho civilized, or partly civilized, globe where
petroleum lias not yet come into
general use, and these aro fields for
tho coal oil man to conquer. Petroleum is, thereforo, likely to remain
a profitable article of commerce.
Whether tho supply will continue
to equal tho demand has been
doubted, Somo of the best petroleum districts of the United States
seem to bo approaching exhaustion,
and similar reports come from the
Russian petroleum beds of the Caucasus, which have not boon opened
nearly so long as the Pensylvanian,
Still, as now reservoirs aro being
tupped, and us vast regions of the
globe aro yot unexplored, there is
ovory reason to think that, however
the supply may vary, there will long
continuo to bo a sufficient supply to
meet, at no exorbitant prico, tho*
demands of consumers. Perhaps
tho neglected islands and coasts of
tbe frozen north, it has boon suggested, may yet prove to be store*
houses of petroleum, aB well as other
valuable mineral products long after
the easily available stores of tern
parato regions are exhausted. If
this should turn out to bo the case,
Arctic oxploration will not, after all,
bo the usoless pursuit that many
pooplo imagine it to be. Its results
may at any timo begin to tako practical shape and the frozen north
may somo duy become the home of
thriving Industrie*,
raiu in falling in torrent;]. There have
been mnny additional wrecks, aud thu
hm. of lifo has increased.
MOTEL 11L0WN DOWN.
Nokfolk, Va., Sept. 12.—It is reported that tho Nagahead hotel, on
Roanoke Island, N. 0., was blown
down during tho storm last night and
a number of persons killed,
THE CHEAT STORM.
Washington, Sept. 12.-—At 8 o'clock
a. m. thoro Imd been no change in the
position of the storm on the Atlantic
coast. The storm center is at Norfolk,
where it has been ainco Tuesday morning. High north easterly winds still
prevail on tho Now England coast,
with n maximum velocity of 34 miles
por hour ut Boston and 52 miles at
Block Island. On tho Virginia and
North Carolina const the wind was
blowing 25 tu 30 miles an hour from
tho north-west. The high winds on
tho coast will continue during the dny.
A TBUKIBLB .SUES]',
Lewes, Del., Sopt. 12.—No language cau picture the torriblo scono
along the coast. The wind is blowing
almost a hurricane, driving the rain
with a foroe that cuts like hail. The
half mile reach of sand between the
town nnd coast is a tossing ocean, bearing wreckage on every wave. Through
tbe mist of spray the tattered sails and
naked mnsts of a score of deserted aud
dismantled vessels are dimly seon.
Fivo of the eight men, who composed
tha crew of tho E. & L. Bryan, perished when the vessel struck on Bran-
dywino shenk The mate and 2 sermon caught a spar and drifted alt
night, At day break the others discovered a Bailor's dead body lashed to
the spar. The twu survivors were
picked up by a tug and brought to
Lewes, Thero is great anxiety over
tho crew of the pilot boat Ebe Tun-
noil. Sho put to sea on Monday and
has not been heard from. Pilots John
Bonnes, Lewis Bortrand, James Bow-
laud and Barry Hickman and a crow
of 8 men aro on the boat. Three
schooners were lost outsido the capes.
A colored man and a fireman have
come ashore ae the survivors from
these wrecks. They were on a raft
from 5 p.m. on Monday nntil 0 a.m.
yesterday. Tho other 15, who composed the crows of three schooners are
given up for lost.
SMUGGLING CHIN USE.
New Yoiik, Sept. 12.—It is said
thut tho largo number of Chinese who
havo reached hore during the post few
duys came (norland from British Columbia on tho Canadian Paeilic Railway, nnd were smuggled across the
border lute at night, thus avoiding the
authorities. It is said tbat a regulnr
business of smuggling the Chinese over
tbe line, for sums ranging from 925 to
$50, has boen going on for somo time.
PASSENOUR UST.
San Francisco, Sept. 12.--The Btr.
Walla Walla sniled fur Victoria thia
morning with tho folowing passengers:
C. D. Caruss, E. Hornier, MissL.
Smith, E. Cullhis, W. B. Nowson and
wife, Rev. C. S. Mason; Miss W. J.
'Taylor.
OOAL MINK ACCIDENT.
Lynchdeug, Va., Sept. 12.~-Mo.igre
information eoiues from Jellico, Ton-
noBsee, of a terrible ooal mine accident
thore yesterday. The dispatch Bays
18 men were killed but gives no further
details.
THE SHARON CASE.
San Francisco, Sept 12.--Motion
in tho Sharon divorce citso, tu dismiss
tho action on the ground that it has
abated by tho death of tho defendant,
Wm. Sharon, aud the recent decision
of the U, S. supromocourt, was argued
this morning and taken under advisement.
NOT A JUROR  YBT,
Chicago, Sopt. 12.—Progress in the
Cronin murdor trial was reaumed this
morning by the defence tendering
tho state four jurors. Three of thcao
wero opposed to hanging and woro ox*
cutti'd for cause. No juryman haa as
ytit beon accepted.
HORSE THIENTS CAl'TUllED.
Chevennb. Wyo., Sept. 11.—Sheriff
Williams, of Convo county, made a
notable haul at Lusk to-day, ho and
three deputies capturing five mombora
of n gang of wholesale horso tliievep,
Tfcia baud hus operated for fully eight*
teen mouths in southern Dakota and
tlio northern Frontier of Wyoming,
during which period they havo made
away with at loast 1500 horses, leaving
the cnttlo outfit in a aad plight.
no .limit YKT.
Chicago, Sept. 11.—The work of
securing a jury in the Cronin murder triul waa reaumed' this morning.
Tho lawyers hnvo commenced examining the Uth and 10th venire. Each
veniro consist* of 25 men; no jurymen
have ob yot been secured,
ItlOMT RUT NOT RIGHT.
New York, Sept. 11.—Chnunoey
Depew hus just returned from Paris.
When interviewed on theUnitedStates'
display nt tho world's exposition, he
said: "Our exhibits are nil right as
far ai they go, but it is liko sending a
peacock to represent a Ilolstoin. The
peacock itsolf ia all right, but it does
uot roprosont America."
GREAT   CAVE-IN.
WlLKBSDAttRB, Pa., Sopt,   11,—Til6
big cave-in at No. 5 colliery, Poke
Hollow, Is tho greatest that hns occurred in tho coal regions for years. In
some plnccs tho earth has gono down
over 20 feot, aud thoro nro twelve cave-
ins, Tho toss to tho mine owners will
exceed 8100,000. The cave-in affects
about thirty ncres of mining property
belonging to the Delnworo and Hudson
Co, About 15,000 men and boys wero
thrown out of employment, nnd it will
tako fivo months to put tho mines in
mining condition.   Twenty-five men
STONEWALL'S DAUGHTER BURIED.
Lexington, Vir., Sept. 11,—The
funeral services over the remains of
Mrs, Julia Jackson Christian took
place this morning at tho Presbyterian
ohurch. The services were conducted
by the Rev. Thomas L. Preiton.D.D.,
of Houston, Texas. The church was
jammed, the entire population of the
place being out. The weather was
fair nnd warm.- The body was interred beside her father's, General
Thomas J. (Stonewall) Jackson. The
scene at the church and the grave was
unusually pathetic. Many battle-
scarred veterans of the confederacy,
with heads bowed and in tears, watched
the remains laid at rest. Choice floral
offerings came from many places.
Regarding the Lata Whitechapel
Harder. Medical Students Accused of Creating the
Sensation.
Cardinal Manning's   Conference
Wltb the Dockyard Owners is
a Partial Success.
Tho Investigation Into the Great
Antwerp Explosion Falls to
Reveal the Cause.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
The rumor of the steamer Fleet-
wing being lost is unfounded, says a
Rat Portago despatch.
The Winnipeg junior IacroEse olub
won the intermediate championship of
the province Tuesday, defeating Brandon by three to ono.
Mrs. Mead died in the Toronto hospital Tuesday night, from the effects of
a severe burning received while lighting a firo with coal oil, Tuesday.
A private telegram received at Toronto Btates that William O'Connor,
the oarsman, will sail for New York
on Sept. 14th by the str. Alaska.
Sir John Macdonald arrived in Toronto Tuesday morning and formally
opened the exhibition with an address
and afterwards viewed the exhibits.
Justice Falconbridgo gave judgment in the Haldimand election caso,
Tuesday, unseating the Dominion Lib-
oral member, Colter, on the ground of
bribery by agent.
D. McLean, liberal member for Dennis, was on Tuesday sworn fn provincial seoratary in tho Manitoba government, vice Prendergast, wbo resigned
on account of the proposed abolition
of tho French language in  Manitoba,
A fire Tuesday night almost entirely destroyed the northern part of the
town of Shoal Lake, Mao. A strong
gale of wind was blowing, and the
flames spread with alarming rapidity.
The chief losers are: Geo. Raymo-s,
houie, store andtinshop; McMillan
Bros., hed stables; the Grand Union
hotel; Scott's store and dwelling; McGregor's blacksmith shop and dwelling; J. Grcenshaw's carriago shop;
Parkinson's general store and dwelling; the Commercial hotel; Wat-ion &
Co.'a warehouse; Hamilton's saddlery
and dwelling.
Says a lato Montreal despatch: Laat
Thursday night the ambulance waa
called at No. 73 Jacques Cnrtier itreet.
Dr. Mount, who accompanied the ambulance" on entering the houBo found
a woman lying on a bed in a state of
coma. The inmates of the house told
him she had been beaten, but could not
say by whom. The woman lay in a
completo lethargy at the hospital till
Saturday, when she died. Au inquest
waB held and a verdict returned that
Anathetie Chalor came to hor death
from violence received at the hands of
unknown parties. Tho police have no
clue to the murderer.
At the formal opening of the Toronto industrial exhibiticn on Tuesday
thore was a great crowd present. The
day was a fine ono. Sir John Macdonald, in opening the exhibition, was
attended by a number of distinguished
personages. The premier's remarks
were characteristic of the man. He
was happy and was evidently feeling
well. The exhibits are fully up to
those of provious years. An improvement iB noticeable in hones, impel*
ments and machinery. The grounds
are in splendid order and in every res*
pect admirably adapted to the holding
of such a show as is now in progress.
A largo number of American exhibitors
are to the foro this year with their
goods and wares. British Columbia's
exhibit attracts no small amount of attention. The building was crowded
all the day of tho oponing and yesterday as well. The gentleman in charge
of the exhibit, Mr. Ooldwell, is besieged with enquiries about British
Columbia and tho inducements held
out for farmers, mechanics and nr*
tizans to go. weat. The character of
the exhibition is favorably spoken of
by tho press and all who hnvo inspect*
od it.    .^.^-pi-^,
Besldeot CoMtv Court Jadar.
Mr, Eli Harrison, junior, for somo
years county oourt judgo and stipendiary magistrate at Cariboo, arrived
by the noon train to-day to osaumo
the duties of resident judge and magistrate in thia oity and district. A cordial welcome is extended to Mr. Harrison, not only in his official position,
bnt as a gentleman who for many
years has been a resident of this province, and, who, by his gentlemanly
and courteous demeanor, has won the
esteem and respect of those fortunate
enough to have enjoyod hiB acquaintanceship. Like they say of a new
newspaper, he will "Gil a long folt
want," The supremo court judges
who have done the county couit work
for many years put, mado monthly
visits to this oity, and endeavored to
the utmost (even to the sacrifice of
personal convenience) to bring litigation to a Bpeody and correct conclusion. Mr. Harrison, as resident judgo,
will be at all times available, and thus
afford a greater seourity to those doing business in our midst, aud prevent
the often vexatious delays of waiting
till the beginning of next month,
Thuaatlast tardy justice has been
doue to Nanaimo in providing a resident county court judgo.—Free Press
Sept, 9.
WIUIIIU    UU'IUIUOU.       XWU.llJ'-Uio     "'CM  I . _.      ,        ,
were at work in the mine whin the  Children Ciyfor PltCheriUstoria
A WHITECHAPEL JOKE.
London, Sopt, 12.—-The story is
gaining credence that the body of the
woman supposed to have been another
Whitechapel victim waa plnced where
found by medical students, who were
desirous to creato a sensation and
again draw attention to "Jack the
Ripper."
MURDERED  BY UtVXNOBLBH.
• Dublin, Sept. 12.-Rov. Mr. Bar-
field, a congregationalist, and prominent unionist leoturer, has been
missing three weeks and it is feared
ho has been murdered by invinciblos.
A SUCCESSFUL  MISSION.
London, Sept, 12.—The conference
between Cardinal Manning and tlie
dock directors, which waa to have
taken place yesterday, was held today. The directors informed the cardinal that they were unwilling to agree
to the compromise proposed by him.
That terms which the dock companies
have already conceded go into effect
on November 1st, instead of January
1st, provided work iB reaumed at onoe.
The cardinal was successful, however,
in persuading tho directors to again
consider the proposal, and to postpone
their decision for the present,
THE ANTWERP EXPLOSION.
Antwerp, Sept. 11,—Tho official
enquiry into tho cause of the recent
disaster continues. It shows that the
explosion preceded the petroleum
fires, and was no doubt caused by the
explosion, but the cause of the explosion is unknown and probably never
will be, aB all the poople at or near
the place where the first explosion co*
curred are dead.
A POSSIBLE CLUE.
London, Sept. 11. -The ir quest today in the cose of the womin whoso
hoadless body was discovered in the
Whitechapel district yesterd iy morning, was conducted with close 1 doors,
and extraordinary precaution were
taken to prevent the medic al testimony in the case being mad) publio.
A rumor is afloat but cannot ie traced
to any authoritative source, tl at one of
the doctors has pointed out i hat the
surgical work of the fiend who committed the murder bears a remarkable
resemblance in certain featui oa to tho
peculiarities which have f-oquontly
been noted by the professic i in tho
work of a well known London surgeon,
a man of the highest standi ig in bis
profession but exceedingly i ocentric.
The pulice maintain a discret t silenco
and refuse to either deny or \ etify tho
rumor. They appear to bo active,
however, and their conduct indicates
that they have a clua of somo sort.
LILLOOET ELECTIONS.
Special to The Columbian.
Clinton, B. C, Sopt. 12.—A. W.
Smith aud John Saul were nominated
here yesterday as candidates for tbe
local legislature.
CORRESPONDENCE.
Trnlta COstiradlctcd.
Editor Columbian,—Sir : May I bo
permitted to correct an editorial in this
morning's Truth wherein the writer goca
out of bis way to cast aspersions upon
John Burns, the London Socialist leader
of the strikers. I worked side by sido
with Burns in 1885, at the genoral election, when Mr. J. O'Connor Power contested Kensington ; and recently, Mark
Beanfoy, who waa returned to take his
Beat in the house of commons as Liberal
member for the same constituency, openly stated that bis best worker was Burns,
and that to him ho owed his success.
Mr. Beaufoy is a manufacturer, employs
nearly 1,000 workmen and cornea of a
Sood Btook, Such a man surely Is hardly
kely to be friendly to an "uncompio*
mlsing revolutionist'1 who would, If he
oould, destroy, London in 24 hours. The
Bishop of London aud Cardinal Manning
are no revolutionists, but they recognize
that Burns is the spokesman of a grievance and no "firebrand." Burns nevor
told "tramps to loot shops," and the
Trafalgar Squaro riots would liavo been
more serious but for his influence. Barns
is undoubtedly a Socialist, bnt ao are
William Morris, tho poet, and Walter
Crane, tho artist; and freedom of opinion
certainly should be no crime In tho eyes
of a man who edits "Truth.' I know
Burns, and although I cannot agree with
hia whole political creed, X believe him
to bo a man of honor and integrity.
English Liberal.
PERSONAL.
Guests at the Colonial: J. Lawlor
Woods, W. H. Mordon, W. A. Dixon,
Toronto ; G. W. Muller, Montreal;
W. S, Mahor, Matsqui; H. T. Devino,
Vanoouver; John E, Mathet-on, Bos*
ton, Mass.; C. A, Hambuit, Victoria.
R. W. Armstrong arrived baok
yesterday from a visit to hia
old home in Strathroy, Ontario,
The visit was greatly enjoyed,
.... wero alao the two journeys
across the continent, but pressing pro*
fcssioiml matters caused hin to make
short stops at objective points, consequently the trip wna moro of business
than of ploasure.   .
Guests at tho Queen's: Robt.
Evan's, J. Johnson, Thos, Woodruff,
I. N, Gilnoau, Victoria; 0. C. Stewart,
A. G. King, Nanaimo; T. Peters,
Vanoouver ; F. H. Brooks, Son Francisco ; Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, Winni-
'g;E. T. Stork, Brampton, Ont;
S.   Montgomery,   Doles;   Job.
Shannon, Olover Valley, Robt. Oakes,
Langley; H, E,  Leslie, Vancouuor.
Fourteen Chinamen have boen bonded by the customs officers at Toronto.
They arrived in port Monday on tha
Melbourne stoamor, Havert<-n, whore
they were employed as firemen, having beon shipped on tho voyage from
Melbourne, Australia, to London, DAILY BRITistt OOLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. a, SEPTEMBER 12, 1889.
VOIiUME VU.-NO. 65.
THE
DAILY   COLUMBIAN
FUBLteMID
■very AltonsMM except Bnndajr,
BTTH*
xsamrBmrr    broth :hj-rs,
At their Steam   Printing Establishment, Columbia Street,
BY   MAIL:
for 12 monthi-.....,. (fl 00
For a months 3 SS
For 8 mouths -. 2 00
PEUVBRED IN THE CITY:
For 12 moot lu-...,.,,. .87 60
For fl tnontliH 4 00
For 3 months..  2 2i
Per montb „ ,     7ii
Perw?ofe      25
Payment In all cu-sen (except for weekly
rate) to be made In advance.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
issued every Wedm-Ml-ty Horning.
Mailed, p<
Mai I eil, ti mouths..
Sails §ritwh Columbian
Thunday Evenlna. Sept. 19, MM.
. One cannot gaze upon tho gang of
resurrectionists busily engaged disinterring the worthless remains of lhat
lluiut1, without indulging in nt least
mental reflections, and .tho cogitations almost invariably take this
shnpo: Will tho Dominion government expect tho oity to pay by tho
gallon for tho t'-rriblo waste of
'.'nftvigable waters" that has boon
goi ig on under Columbia street
since the late disastrous attempt to
mako water run up hill and over
slats '. Another serious question is:
Who's going to pay for Hume No.
2 ? If the ratepayers havo to, which
we supposo will be tho enso, they
will be inolincd to take it out
of somebody later on.
it would be hard to understand why
the former should wish to back out
of the uHianco. At best ho has only
a hull promise from the Tories,
whioh, of courso, liko pie-crust, is
meant to bo broken. Upon tho
other hand, Gladstone irretrievably
committed himself to a just and
generous policy of concession by his
introduction of a comprehensive
Home Rule Bill on April 8, 1886.
Henri ng theso facts in mind, and
considering tho stupid opposition
whicli would assuredly result upon
the part of tho aristocracy should
oven n mild measuro of reform be
proposed, it seems probablo that
Salisbury and his colleagues nro
making an unscrupulous effort to
retain oflico by trying their utmost
to persuade the Irish people that
"Oodlin's thoir friend, not Short."
In fino tho case stands thus: On tbo
ono band tho Irish leader is assured
of tho support of a united Liberal
party (for Unionist means Tory writ
large) marching under tho banner of
the greuteat statesman that party
has over Imd; and on the other,
vague and indefinite promise'?, mado
by a minister whoso beie noir has
ever been Reform-—a man such us
sUpderigo ■■poke of, whose
1'Words ami performances are no kin
together."
Children Cry for Pitcher1 _ Cas lm ia
to MM
Miss Peebles
WILL HOLD A
The promised railway agreement,
or rather agreements, are published
to-day and will be found on the
third page of this papor. Tho reader will observe that there is un
agreement within the agreement, so
to speak, tho enclosed agreement,
constituting tho larger part of the
wholo document, being that between
the Southern Railway Company and
the Contractor, Kelson Bennett, and
the enclosing portions forming tbe
covenant betweon the city of Now
Westminster and tho Southern
Railway Oompany. The enclosod
agreement will be found practically
the same as has been before published. In tbe artioles between the
city and the railway company will
be found somo new and good provisions. Bearing in mind tho distinctions wo have mentioned, ovory
ratepayer will be able intelligently
to read the document for himself, nnd
we shall not at present make further comment.
Hurrah for Stanley Afrioanus, the
conqueror in moro senses than ono
of tho Bark Oontiuont. Tho indefatigable and dauntless explorer 1ms
since Iiis famous Livingstone expedition dono more than uny living
man r.o overcome tho barrier which
has so long interposed between Africa and the civilized world, nnd he
now figures in a new role, according
to tbo despatches, as having subjugated all the tribes in tho country
lying to the east of Atbort Nyanza
and having established a government with Emin Pasha ns governor
over Lho wholo conquered territory.
Tho victorious Stanley is also stated
to be on his way to the coast and is
expected to arrive at Zanzibar soon,
so that dolinite confirmation or
contnuliction of the i3russels despatch of yestorday is not likely to bo long wanting. Tbe
effects of tho latest achievements
which Stanley is snid to have made
can hardly be estimated, in the
speedy development of what is in
many respects a magnificent country and in tho consequent extension
of, ihe commerce of the '-vorld,
Tbo ever restless atmosphere of
the Irish question 1ms again takon a
■fliniigo. and Lord Salisbury, who a
few year-- sinco declared tbat he
could settle for ever that knotty
problem if only ho was allowed
twenty yoars of resolute government,
seoins to have grown wiser and now
hold3 out, through his cynical henchman Balfour, hopes to tho Irish
party of n compromise. Wo say
ndvisoilly "seems to have grown
wiser," for the whole chapter of the
British premier's public life tenches
that, like the Bourbons, "ho hns
neither learned nor forgotten." In
the days when hu was foreign score-
tnry under Lord Beaconstield it was
ever a favorito move upon his part
to make some startling and alto-'
gother unexpected development,
which had tho effeot of diverting
attention from failures at home.
The promiso of atonement to Ire*
land, and the ideu of giving tlie Irish
'•'something to keep thorn quiet" in
the shape of a University Bill appears to us to bo merely another
tipecimen of the fertility of his genius
in the art of politieal surprises. The
session just closed haB been n completo failure. Tho Tithes Bill, tho
Sugar Bill, uud tho compensation
clauses of tho Local Government
Bill, together with tho precious Van
and Wheel Tax, hnve all fallen dead,
and the ministry have nothing to
show but .i sickening list of Irish
convictions undor an odious Coercion
Aot. Every bye-election emphasizes the faot that tho Tory party
no longer represents the people; and
so, to bolster up a tottering prestige,
the promiso of a magnificent coup
ia hinted at. Fortunately, however,
Michael Davitt and Henry Labou-
ohere see the trap, which has been
so carefully baited, with tho inten-
j tion of severing the Irish-Liberal
alliance. There is as yet no evidence that Parnoll has been deceived
by the fair promises of the premier
and his subordinates, for the Irish
leader is a careful man and has pronounced' np public opinion upon tho
aJlogod intentions of the. hereditary
eoercioilists. It is, too, significant
that Gladstone has not yet spoken,
and we. may infer thut the understanding i between Parnell and the
0,0. M, is still in force.   Indeed,
Mice of Removal
M.A.McRAE,
MERCHANT TAILOR
Begs to announce that lie hns
removed to store in
ARMSTRONG'S new BLOOK
Opposite Masonic Building,
COLUMBIA   STREET.
SOLICITING A CONTINUANCE OF
PUBLIC PATRONAGE.
dwnihSiSto
/t By-law io raise by loan tho sum of
$135,000.00 for tho purpose of giving
a bonus to the A'eu> Westminster Southorn Railway Company ami to grant
to the said Company certain lands
and privileges.
WHEHEAS, it is expedlont to secure
llio construction and operation of
llio lino of rallwny nud oilier v.oil;*.
i nc ntl on oil In (ho Aot of tho Legislative Assembly of tho Province
of Hrltlsh Columbia Incorporating
the New Westminster Southern Railway
Co. and tho act amending the said aot of
Incorporation^ In the manner provided for
by cerinln articles of agreement bearing
dato thn tenth day of September, ono
thousand eight hundred nnif elglitv-nhie,
exec-it-*! by tho Mayor and Cleric of the
city of Now Westminster (but no na not
'   '    binding unless and until this by-Inw
Ine tho finfd sum of 8155,000.00, It In necessary to issue debentures for that nmount;
Asn whereas, the totnl amount required to bo raised annually by Special
rato (nr paylnc tho snld ileljeuUuc-i umt
Intereat thereon; us herein nfter provided.
Is SIO.S50.00;
And WHRitEAS.the amount oft lie whole
rateablo property of the sold oity aooording to'the Inst revised assessment roll Is
S2.5 (0,215.00;
A **-*> whereas, tho total amount of the
existing debt of the snld City la J2»J,000.0O.
Thehefokk, tho Mnyor nnd Aldermen
of lhe city of Now Westminster in council
ur'semblcd enact ns follows:
I. It, shnll bo lawful for the Mayor of tho
eiiyof Now Wostminstor to raise byway
of i on ii from any person or peisonB, body
or bodies corporate, who may bo willing
to advance the same upon tho credit of
Iho dobontures hereinafter mentioned, the
sum nf 6153,000,00, and cause tho same to
tie paid Into the bands nf iiif- Treiism-cr of
tho said oity for the purpose hereinbefore
reel led.
*.'. Itslmll bo lawful fnrlliesaid Mayor
to enlist! any number of debentures to bo
made each for such sum of mouey nol loss
1h:m '.*■:)■'.l'i1, or an efjiilvalcut .-qiresM-d In
pounds -.lerlingof the United Kiii'-ilmn of
Grent llrllaln and li'fdatul nt ;-. value Of
S 1.8000 Io tho pound sterling, ■■■■ maybo
n'ljiiln.'d.iitiil nil wiielidebeiniiresshall be
sealed with Iho soul of tlieeorpiirnllonof
the eity nf N«w Westminstor nud signed
by 1(i« Mayor and I'oiiiiti-ri-igisud by llm
Treasurer thereof.
D, The snid debentures shall bemaflo
payable tu tlfty years from lho day here1*
irt nfter. mentioned for this by-law lo take
efl'oct at,such agency of the Hunk .if Britisli Columbia In uahtida or In Lontlis),
England, na tho council of lhe corpoirti-
Lion of thosiiiii oity moy direct.
-I. The.-mid debentures shall havo.oou-
])ni!',nl inched forthe pay mun t of In'crest
a' ilior:d."of Jivu |)'i''!entiim pr-rnnnum
on iho nmount of said debenimfw,
5. Forthe purposo of forming a sinking
fund for tho payment of the dobt hereby
'••vntf.'ilnml tho interest theroou as und
when tho samo shall become duo a special rate of four mills and one-third of
ono mill In tho dollar shall he raised and
levied ii each yenr upon all (he rateable
properly In Iho said .;!ty of New Westminster In addition to all other rates.
II. The sum of 81BQ-000.00 shall ho applied
as a bonus to tho Now Wesl minster Hout.li-
crn Hn! I wny Company, and shall bo payable to the s»id Company at lho tlmcsTlm-
iifd by tliojiald <n part recited articles of
:t!'[v.'!iiiT,i fortliopaynmni tliei't'of hy tho
fiuld Company, ami so much of Ihe sum
■■' " KH'.'-J as may bo requisite shnll '
applied and bo payable as therein provided, mid tboreslduo, If nay, shall be applied to such purposes of tho municipal
ity as fhe "-uuncU mny direct
7. Itshall bo lawful for tho Mayor and
i.'*''-'!; of (ho corporationnflheclly of New
W'slnilnstr-rto mnke nnd enter Into for
nml in lho namo of and nn behalf of tho
said corporation nil deeds containing ail
sueh -•ov'.-tiniitu, agreements- provisos and
conditions ns may bo expedient for the
carrying'oUt of tho aforesaid in part recital arlfeloH of Agreement, sucli deeds
iu'linr first, approved of by thceounell uf
the said corporation.
H. All property of tho hd.i-1 Company
which ll mny bo possessed of at any timo
shall ba nnd Is hereby exempted from
ttixniloii hy tlio corporation oflheellvof
New Wesl in In-itor during tho consl.iuet.lon
of the llneof railway and other works of
the Company, nnd for twenty-live yeans
from i lit- completion thereof,
li. The ferry service by-law, 188S- and tlio
workshops' bonus by-law, 1888, nro hereby
repealed,
JO. So much of any other by-law or bylaws of lhe corporation of the city of New
Wost minster ns mny bo at vntinnce or inconsistent with this by-law Is hereby repealed,
11. This by-law shall, beforo tbo final
passage thereof, receive the assent of tlm
uicciorK oftho corporation In the manner
provided hy tho Now Wostmlnster Act of
Pt-ii*, and n mending Aots.
12. This by-law Khali come Into force on
tho U-illi day of October, 1889.
10, This by-law mny bo cited as the
Railway Bonus By-Law, 1889.
By-law read a first time on the seoond
dny of September, 1689.
lly-lawroad n second time on the lOlli
dny of September, 1889.
NOTICE.
FIUKB NOTICE THAT THB ABOVE Is
I    a true
which will
ythe Mm.........  ., ,.   .
..ew Westminstor after ono month from
tho tlrst publication thereof in the Hun*
ISH Columhtax newspaper, which flrst
publication took plnco on tlio Ilth day of
September, 1880,'and that a voto of lho
electors nf lho city will bo taken on snid
proposed By-law on tho lllli (lay «r Or-
lelM-r. mm, betweon the hours of 0 o'cloek
n. m. nnd 5 o'clock p. m., atthe following
places, namely: In Wimi No. I, ntthe
r'sHeiioeof ft. Calbk'k, Dublinetreet, in
snld Ward; In Ward No. 2, atthe offloe of
the late Dominion Sawmill Co,, Richard
fl'root. In said Word! in Ward No. ft, nt the
City Hall, in snid Ward; f n Ward No. 4, at
Ht. Louis College, Blackwood street, In
said Wnrd.
D, BOBSON,
dsolltd City Clerk,
BAZAAR and FANCY FAIR
2nd, 3rd and 4th oi' October.
XXT ECBK, I'K-EluIIS-HS oil GOXSZTlz^ZBTJ-. ST.
Tlso store will bo illuminated with Chinese Ltstitorsis and thrown open to tho
public from 8:30 a. ra; till 11 p. rn. Tho storo has been enlarged and is now 70 feet
tong. An ORCHESTRONE and othor valuable articles wsll bo sold by Dutch
Auction at tho closo of tho Bazaar.
NOTE THE ADDRESS'-Columbla Street, opposite tbe
Hank of Montreal. se3dwlns
F. G. STRICKLAND & CO.
Hill, Mining ana Agncnltiural MacMseir
We have the Lakoest and Finest Stock ok
CARRIAGES, PHAETONS, HANDY MARKET & CHURCH WAQONS
IN THE MARKET. Ml OUR RICS ARE FULLY CDAR'NTEED.
Kepalrs of all klnils neatly and promptly done.
F. C. STRICKLAND & CO.
so3dsv Webster's Building, Westminstor, 6. C.
A.   DesBRISAY,
Corner Columbia and Blackie Streets,
OPP. C. P. E. STATION,
General Groceries I Provision Merchant
SBI.BCTEO
Teaa, Coffees, Spices, Butter, Eggs, Cheese,
Dried Meats, .Canned Goods, Fruits
and Confectionery.
JAMES D. RAE
[SUCCESSOR TO D.  MePHADEN]
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OP FIRST-CLASS
Groceries and Provisions
-a-*"* ER* MS MM •    *«r MS m
Oollocs Roasted and Ground on tlie Premises.   Fine Teas n Specialty.
-COLUMBIA STREET-
RITISB MM MT MARKET,
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
VAN   VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Batchers.
MEAT PURVEYORS IN GENERAL.    FRESH AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
s*3*Special lines quoted for the shipping trade,   Family ordors striotly attended
to.   Hotels will find it to their interest to place their orders with the above firm.
d28noly
LONDON MAEKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBAQH,
(SUCCESSORS TO TV.' Is. TOWNSENB)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Bncoii) .Sausage, Bolognas, Etc
dnolyl
mgm
This Leadis known
W^^^^^^M'i fro**11 Halifax to Bri-
iTOWARRANTED) ©J tish Columbia as the
£mbs&&M best*flnest and Pur-
WTE \$%BB$ est in Canada.
WANTED.
AOIRJj TO DO GENERAL HOTJSI3-
work.   Apply to Mrs. K. A. -"otin.?,
At-tii'!- Hiri'i'l. ittdHelo
TO PURCHASERS.
rni-TE MB PENDENS PLACED ON MY
X   proporty by Hole and Corbould & Me*
(Jolt has been removed.
diinGtc MRS. EMMA GOLD,
PORT KELLS.
Well S! tun ted oh
Whleh runs through II,
NINE MILES FROM WESTMINSTER.
Port Kelts will bo a depot on tho South*
(•rn Hnllwiiy, nud Important ut.'-nmlmnt
lauding. The townsito gradually slopes
to tho river, nnd In mostly clemred and
prairie land, t*ood for fruits tro-cn of all
kinds. No heavy timber. Soveral country rondu running through It. Good
f-prlngn of watnr. Iron mlnea nbout to be
developed. Ml) lots running bnck from
the rlvor In a squnro block, will bo sold by
PUBLIC AUCTION!
--AT TUB—
COLONIAL HOTEL,
In thla Oity, on
t'lttW.
Commencing nl 7;% p. in., on tho
following
-373EI-E%n9CS'--$3S and  under, cash;
over M5, % own, % in 3 months. % In fl
montli-*. with no Intorest.
PORT MOODY.-Lols finnd 0, hlk V, subdivision of Lot 877. Lot 5, blk IV Bub*
division of Lot 202. Lot 1(J, blk IV, nub*
division uf Lot.202. Good hanWItilshcd.
two-story houso and onthulldliigfl.
Lo,'. No. 2. subdivision of Lot V>, (.roup I,
4 8*10 acres,
AlRo-at LADNER'S LANDINC1-H.E. J.,'.
Ber. IM, Township 3, fronting on Boundary Hny.
A. M, NELSON,
dselflld Auctioneer.
WANTED.
ONE   THOUSAND   CORDS   CEDAR
Holts, fmir to seventeen feet long.—
Apply to
dto   ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
TAKEN  AWAY.
A VALUABLE HEAVY BAMBOO
Cane, nmrktd In liui-u letters E.B.M.,
whs ti. ken from the Bar of tho Colonial
Hotel Monday nlfiht. Tbo (jentloman who
has His requested to return It at onco to
the proprietor of the hotel. dseloto
Auction Sale!
I will sell by public auction,on tho
AGRICULTURAL GROUNDS,
Chilllwhack,
Some Thoroughbred Holsteins, Cows and
Calves, New Milch Cows, Work Oxon,
Beof Oattlo, two-year-old Dairy Heifers,
One pair of Blackhawk four-year-old
Colts (buggy team), besides other horses
(broken) and colts (unbroken),
— AX-WO —
NEW TOP BUGGY
TWO-SEATED OARIOLE,
Two-Wheeled Cart (now), Second-hand
Buggy, Five Buckboards, Four Bitln
Wnsoiis, and lots of other articles, too
numerous to mention.
A, M, NELSON,
dwselotd Auctioneer,
:- am -:
 OF THK	
B. C. Agricultural Association Exhibition
 TO HE HELD AT	
NEW WESTMINSTER CITY,
October 2nd, 3rd and. 4th, 1889.
DIVISION A.
Glasses 0,18, 27 and 30.   The prize is increased to  ?30 00
DIVISION C.
class.                                   OXFORD DOWNS.                       1st 2nd
17 Best Earn ono year old and npwards 510 00 SS 00
18 "      "   Lamb      5 00 3 00
19 "   Pen of 3 Ewes one year old aud upwards    700 500
20 "    " of 3 Ewe Larahs    5 00 4 00
SHEEP-MERINO.
21 Best Rain oue year old and upwards  10 00 5 00
22 "      "   Lamb    5 00 3 00
23 "   Pen of 3 Ewes ono year old and upwards    7 00 5 00
24 "      " of 3 Ewo Lambs    C 00 4 00
DIVISION D.
cuss.                                         SUFFOLK.                            1st 2nd
IS BeslqBoar ono year old,and npsrards $10 00 $5 00
10 "   Breeding Sow in farrow at tho sneeting or that has haon
within six months    7 50 4 00
20 "   Pen of two Sows, of the sasno litter, undor 12 months    fl 00 3 00
21 "   Boar under ono year old    5 00 3 00
DIVISION E.
cuss.                              ORNAMENTAL FOWLS.                 1st 2nd
75 Best pair Pea Fowls $ 3 00 82 00
76 "    "   GuioeaFowls    2 00 100
77 "    "   English Pheasants    100 50
78 "    "   Mongolian Pheasants      100 50
70   "    "  White Turkeys, not to bo entered for any other prize,   2 00 100
On page 53 in Prize List, amongst Special Prizes, H. M. Cunningham & Co.
ahould read 5 entries instead of 15.
DIVISION L.
cuss. CUT FLOWERS. 1st
58 BestORose $ 1 00
60   "   Collection of Dahlias    100
60  "  Bridal Bouquet    100
01   "   Wreath or Cross    1 00
62 Best Six Rest Begouins    1 00
63 "   Wator Color, Floral    2 00 $100
64 "      "        "    Landscape or Marino    200 100
05 ' Still Lifo    2 00 100
06 "      "       "    Portrait    200 100
07 "      "       "    Collection    5 00 '3 00
68 '•    Oil       "    Floral    2 00 100
69 "      "       "    Landscape or Marino    2 00 100
70 "      "        "    Still lifo    200 100
71 Portrait    2 OO 100
72 ' Collection    5 00 3 00
73 "  DcoorativoPainting    200 100
74 "   Modeling or Wood Carving    2 00 100
75 "   Hand-painted China    2 00 100
70   "   Ropousee or Hammered Brass Work    2 00 1 OO
77 "   OilPaisstisig, Children nndor 15 years    2 00 1 OO
78 "   Crayon Landscape    2 00 100
70   "      "    Portrait    2 00 100
80""   Collection Cabinet Photos (plain)    300 150
81 '         "    (colored)    3 00 150
Under Classes 47 and 40 of this Division the prizes should bo SJS and $3, not
£3, $1.50 and $3.
olass.                                      DIVISION N.                           1st 2nd
11 Best Rick Rack Crochet $ 1 00 $  50
12 "   Crochet Lace    100 50
13 "   Collection Knitted Laco    5 00 3 00
14 "   Honiton Lnce    100 50
15 "   PohstLaco    100 60
10   "   Collection Laco      4 00 2 00
17 "   DarncdNet    100 60
18 "   Applique Work    150 75
10   "   Crosvel Work    100 60
20 "  Outline Work    100 50
21 "   Rick Rack, Sosvn     100 50
22 "   Cheney Work, hand-mode    1 00 50
23 "   Crazy Work    100 50
24 "  Braiding on Wool    100 50
25 Cotton    100 50
26   "   Historic Picture, raised wool work    3 00 2 00
class,                                      DIVISION P.                           1st 2nd
33 Bost Bunch Sawn Shingles S 2 00 $1 00
34 "      "     Shaved Shingles    2 00 1 00
class.                                      DIVISION Q.                           1st 2nd
4 Best Arascine Work / Not competing for any other \ .$2 00 $100
5 "   Chonillo Work 1       class in thia Division.      /     2 00 1 00
Class No. 1 altered to read $3 and $2.
cuss.                                      DIVISION T.                           1st 2nd
7 Best Carriage Afghan $ 1 00 $  60
SPECIAL PRIZES.                        1st 2nd
Geo, D. Brymner—Best Collection Bottled Fruit and Jellies $ 7 00 $11 00
Kennedy Bros—Best Collection of Grain grown in tho Province by
Exhibitor, 1st prize, $10 cash and the Daily Columbian for ono
year; 2nd prize, $6 cash and tho Daily Columbian for ono year
(Daily Columbia,,, tS)  18 00 13 00
P. Peebles—Best Bread by lady not competing for other prizo, one
Dominion Wire Mattress, value    7 60
___-_g_.t3t_____IO-XJA.TajL._Z_
DRESSMAKING
At HISS JENNINGS',
(LATE OP ENOr.ANU)
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
••"""■"•Satisfaction guaranteed.    dwfe7lc
g-*-*i
MONUMENTAL
Columbia and Church Streets.
Alex. Hamilton,
PROPRIETOR.
CROSS S POINGDESTRE,
Wholesale and Retail
TOBACCONISTS
CHOICE BRANDS OF
IMPORTED  CIGARS,
Finest Cigarettes,
Kaney Imported PIPES, VOUCHES, 01-
(IAnE'sTIi CASES, ETC.
Choice Smoking Tobacoo
Thompson's Old Photo Gallery,
COLUMBIA STREET    ,, NEW WESTMINSTEA.
  seSilto
Plants for Sale!
jT-jBDEBB TAKEN FOIt FRUIT AND
\J ORNAMENTAL TUBES, Including
ail the leading varieties of
Apples. Pears, Plums. Cherries.
—-ALS*>**—
BMAUj I'KVITS of every description,
Bouc-aet-'- Wrcalhi and Grasses made
to order.
ddwapSyl p, LATHAM;
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANUFACTURERS  OF
TIN. G0PPER& SHEET-IRON
-W-A.3S30.
WEBSTER'S BUHJK (UP-STAIltS),
Front Street,      New Westminster,
TTAVINO JOST OPENED IN THE
Jl abovo line, wo respectfully solicit a
Bhare of tho trade, and trust by careful
nttentlon to orders and moiicrato charges
to merit tho same. Experienced workmen', satisfaction guaranteed,
EHtlmatosfurniBhedforGalvanlisedlron
Cornice, Hoofing, Plumbing, Gas-flttlng,
Stenm and Hot Water Heating, Ao,
■W Entrance to vnnilsM on Mary St.,
mronrofBankoiao. dwrnhfltc
ISrOTIOB.
NOTtCB   IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
all ticrounls due tho undersigned
that are unpaid on .September 16th will
be handed to my solicitors for collection,
dHOfitd "]>. MePHADEN.
New Westminster Boys' School.
APPLICATIONS, WITH 8U0HTE8TI-
monlals uh may bu available, will bo
received from mai.b teaciieiih only, unlil Thursdny-evoning, 19tti September
hint ant, tor the position of First Assistant
of tho Hoys'School. Salary, $65 permonth,
Address, JOHN McKENSSIE,
Seo'y School Board.
New Westminster,
fitli September, IftSO.     se5dtd
C*E1-
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
■IflUII,
J. J. WILSON, ■ MANAGER.
Rates, $1.00 and $1.50 per Day,
Accossmua to room.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OR MONTH,
tr rallies supplied with all kinds of
ICE-CREAM. slraylmO
Farmers, Attention I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
FOR SALE
—AT—
Chilliwack, B. C.
31 Farin Wagons,
18 Bnck Boards.
I Span well matched 4-year old
Black Horses.
.1 Single Driving Horses.
0 Cows and Calves.
10 Head Steers.
1 Trotting Wagon.
str A Full Lino of Cooking Stoves,
Heating Stoves, Tinware, Hardware,
Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, Crook-
cry k Stoneware, Clothing, Hats & Caps,
Drugs, Farm Implements, Houso Furnishings, Fsiruiture, and the Largest Lino
of Boot, and Shoes above Westminster
and tho most Complete Stook of General
Merchandise.
COME  AND   EXAMINE  AND BE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS.
JylOdAwam
STOVES! STOVES!
iao   aro-
E, S. SCOULLAR & CO.
-FOR-
Cheap Cooking Stoves & Ranges!
DON'T FOEGET THE ADDRESSs
Water & Mil* Sts., Vancouver, Coltunbift St., Hew Westnmster
■ ok,  *ro-
SAMUEL MELLARD, ■ CHILLIWHACK,
Whom wc havo appointed our sole agent for our celebrated
Stoves in that district, Mr. Mcllard will supply our Stoves at
New Westminster prices. dwno I y i
THI3 SPACE BELONGS TO
H. T. READ & CO.
HARDWARE MERCHANTS.
RUGGIES!     BUGGIES 1
JUST RECEIVED,
A CAR-LOAD OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring ilcLaughlan
MJ (CS- Ci} BC MS tm
 ___.ztz,so	
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
(§T The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.-^J
iiwoP,ic    :Q.el<3L d_3 Oti.-rx'io*.
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, Jfew Westminster.
ill
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS M Hub of Woolen Goods
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
f*3* The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmh30tc
EOTAL CITY
I ills Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALKII8 IN
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
j-.2sr_z_ JLX-Xi -Kxiaxss o*st
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors,   Frames,   Windows,
Mouldings. Balusters,
Blinds. Brackets,
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolflilwly
Vancouver Ely Foundry I Mw\ Ms Co.
(T_T__-_TX____0)
Engineers, Boiler Makers, and Iron and Brass Founders
HAVING GREATLY INCREASED THEIR PREMISES AND MACBIN-
eiy. ore in a position to undertake the construction and repairs ot Marine
anil Stntionary Engines and Boilers, Milling, Mining and Cniiiiery
Machinery, as well as Castings and Forglngs of every description,
Estimate! given i nil work guaranteed.
D. CARTMEL, A. MoKELVIE,
Gbneuai. Maiuoix ilwJ117to MwuAfiicAi Maxacieb. VOIsUifE VII.-NO. 63.
DAILY BRITISH OOLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0„ SEPTEMBER 12, 1889.
AMU OF AHHIENT
Entbbkd into this tenth day of Soj,itom-
lior, 1889.
Between tho Corporation of tho City of
New Westminster, hereinafter called
the Corporation, of the first part, and
Tho New Westminster Southorn Railway Company, a body corporate having
its head oflice at tho said City of New
Westminster, hereinafter called the
Company, of the second part.
Whereas, by an Act of tho Legislative Assembly of tho Provinco of British
Columbia, passed in tho fiftieth v-ear of
the reign of Hor Majesty Queen Viotoria,
chapter thirty-six, and by a certain other
Act of the said Legislative Assembly
m-'flcd in tho fifty-second year of tho
:oign of her Majesty, chapter thirty-six,
known as tho Now Westminster Southern
tin il way Co. Amendment Aot, tho Company waa Incorporated for the purposo of
■jonstruotlng, equipping and operating
the line of railway and other works
therein mentioned.
And whereas, the Company has coin-
inciii-'ud and is now prosecuting the construction of its said lino of railway.
And whereas, Nelson Bennett ami
ithers of Tacoma, in Washington Territory, have roprcsontcd to the Company
tlmt thoy arc constructing a line of rail*
Way from aomo point in Washington Territory near the southerly terminus of the
Company's lino of railway, to Portland,
Seattlo or Tacoma, so lis to connect tho
said line of railway now under construction by them with a transcontinental
line of railway before tho seventeenth
day of July, 1802.
And Whereas, tho said Nelson Bennett uud others huvo offered lo complete
tho construction aud equipment of the
•Company's line of railway aud othor
works, and to procure the same to bo
connected with the said Una of railway
iiow under construction by them, and
(hereafter to maintain and operate both
tho said lines of railway and other works
upon certain terms and conditions contained in tho proposed agreement hereinafter mentioned.
And whereas, it is expedient that the
Corporation should aid tho Company to
*ocuro tho construction, maintenance and
operation of its said lino of railway and
othor works in tho manner provided for
by tho said proposed agreement,
. And whereas, tho said proposed
agreement is in the words and figures
following, that is to say:
Articles of Agreement made and entered into this dayof
in the year of our Lord ono thousand
eight hundred and eighty-nine;
lETWEENThe Now Westminster Southern
Railway Company, a body corporate,
having its head oilice at the City of
New Wostminstcr in the Province of
British Columbia, hereinafter called
the Corporation, of the first part, and
Nelson Bennet of Tacoma in Washington Territory in tho United States
nf America, who is hereinafter called
the Contractor, of tho second part:
Witness that tho Corporation hereby
covonants and agrees with the Cod*
tractor and the Contractor for himself,
his heirs, executors and administrators, covonants and agrees with the
Corporation In manner following, that
is to say:
1st, The Contractor shall forthwith
iter tho execution uf these presents com*
in-nee construction under this contract of
ho lino of railway authorized to bo con-
ti-noted by tho Corporation by its aot of
luorporation from the South Bank of tho
fnmr River to the Boundary Lino of
■Ik: United States and the extension
hoi oof hereinafter mentioned and there*
[tor prosecute the construction thereof
u-1 complete the same on or boforo the
rat day of July, ono thousand eight
undred and ninety.
•iuA. Tho said Hue of Railway inelud*
,n;.; the said extension shall he constructed in the. moat substantial and
voi '(.manlike manner according to proper
Inns and specifications with all the
;raduation masonry and otber work in*
shilling the track-laying and back-filling
,n 1 ballasting of tho same, the erection
if all necessary stations, - roundhouses,
naohine-shops, turn-tables, water stations, ditches and all other auxiliary
ivoi-ku nocossary for a completed railway
if tho first class, and as provided for hy
;heae presents.
;.rd. The Contractor shall bo entitled
;o receive from the Corporation Twenty
thousand dollars (820,000) of its first
mortgago fifty year six per cent, gold
.•oii'ls per lineal milo of tho main track
A tlio said railway and also the bonus
*>f ^150,000.00 mentioned in a ccr*
! lain agreement heretofore entered into between the Corporation and the Council of
the Corporation of the said oity of New
Westminster, bearing date the 10th dayof September, 1880, whieh in mado a
part of this contract, all of whioh shall
j'-e payable to tho Contractor at such
itlmo or times aud in such manner  as he
Btnay prefer, but so as that ho shall not
jo entitled to receive more than the
value of the work contracted to be dono
as ic progresses as tho same shall be certified to ov an Engineer or Engineers to
be mutually agreed upon and In caso
•Shcy cannot agree by an Engineer to be
appointed by tho said city and another
by the contractor or in case they cannot
agree they shall appoint a third and the
certificate of any two of the aaid three
'shall he final.
4th. Ab soon as tho lines of railway
intended to bo provided for by those proa*
anti shall have boon completed and pro*
vision shall hnvo been made to the satisfaction of the contractor for tho payment
to hlm of a further bonus of ($100,000.00)
Ono hundred thousand dollars, he shall
n-oceed to construct a railway and freo
irafilc bridgo over tho Frasor River with-
n tho old limits of tho said city, or between tha (Hon stream and Lulu Island,
and thereafter maintain tho same in
good repair, tho said bonus shall bo payable upon tho completion of tho said
bridge,
0th. Until tho construction of the Bald
bridge an efficient steam ferry suitable
lor transferring oars freight and pasion*
.—jprs across tho said river Bhall bo provided and operated from tho junction of
the railway with tho south bank of the
said rlvor to tho opposite bank thereof
within the old limits of tho said city and
the said line of railway shall be constructed from that point to and upon tho lands
agreed to be provided by the said city
for such purpose as mentioned in tho Baid
agreement and the line of railway shall
not be deemed to be completed unless
and until the said ferry and extension
shall havo been constructed, Provided,
however, that the Contractor may com-
, monco In good faith the creation of said
j bridge within' six months from tho date
of this agreemont and continue the samo
to its complotion and thon tha said ferry
may not bo built. Provided furthor that
tlio Contractor shall within four months
from tho execution of theso presents
have signified to tho Corporation his
eleotion bo to do.
6th. The Contractor shall upon the
completion nnd equipment of the said
line of railway bc entitled to receivo any
> residue whicli may then remain undelivered or unpaid of tho said bonds nnd
bonus also tho capital stock of tho Cor*
poration (except an hereinafter provided)
and all other benefits mentioned in the
said agreement between tho Corporation
and tho City of Now Westminster Including tho real estate therein mentioned
upon the execution by tlio Corporation
of a bond or agreement to the Corporation of tho City of New Westminster for
securing the maintenance and operation
forever thereafter of the said Hue
of railway of tho Corporation mid
the benefit of lta operation in connection with tho lino or lines of
railway contemplated to be connected
therewith between tho terminus thereof
and an American trans-continental lino
of railway aooording to the torma of
theso presents.
7th. It ia agreed that the Contractor shall coustruot a line of railway
from the terminus of tho line of tho Corporation to connect with a trans-continental Hao of railwny by means of an
existing charter or otherwise procure the
construction of such other line of railway
within four years from tho seventeenth
day of July, one thousand eight hundred
and eighty-eight aud so as that the samo
shall bo fully constructed to Bellingham
Bay on or before the first day of July,
one thousand eight hundred and ninety,
and that an equal portion of tho residue
of tho said railway shall bo fully constructed within each othor year thereof unless , unavoidably delayed, in
whioh case the time shall bu extended to such further timo only
as may bo reasonably necessary localise of such unavoidable delay and
that after tho completion of the Baid
lines of railway hereinbefore provided for
tho same shall be thereafter operated in
connection with tho lino of the Corporation aud in an adequate and efficient
manner and tho Contractor shall do all
things necessary for the carrying into
efi'eet of this agreemont,
8th, Tho head quarters of tho rolling
stock including round houses, blacksmith,
machine and repair shop:* for tho whole
lino of the Corporation amply sufficient
for tlio repairs oi tho said rolling atock
shall bo erected within the limits of thu
City of New Westminster on Lulu
Island whero the said works shall
forever bo maintained in good repair and shall have continuously employed therein a sufficient number of
men to efficiently operate the same rtt
nil times and no discrimination shall bo
made against tlio said city in freight
ratos or passenger tariff over the giiid
linos of railway either to or from' The
city, and all connections with the Canadian Pacific Railwny and other railways
entering tho said city shall bo made at
tho aforesaid city where all transfers of
cars, freight and pussengers shall bo
mado. Provided that tho location and
maintenance of the headquarters hereinbefore referred to Bhall be construed to
mean the permanent location nnd maintenance of said headquarters. The temporary headquarters for construction purposes may be upon tho South sido of the
Fraser Rivor upon suitable grounds to
provided by tho corporation for that
purposo,
0th. All railways which may hereafter bo constructed Soutli of the Fraser
River for tho purposo of running into tlio
City of NewWestminster shall havo tho
right of passage on tho said ferry and
over tho said bridge for their rolling
stock upon fair and reasonable terms.
10th. The Contractor shall have tho
exclusive right'to uso tho lino of the
Corporation whilo it i3 under construction for his own use and benefit.
Ilth. Tho contractor shall not be entitled to any of tho benefits to bc received by him upon tho completion of
the Hue of the Corporation ns hereinbefore mentioned unless all tha covenants
aud agreements in these nrosonts contained and on his part to bo performed
and kept, shall have been duly performed
and kept by him in so fur as the time
shall thon havo elapsed for the performance thereof and until the execution of
the said bond.
12th." The said lino of railway as to
its location may bo changed from Section
20 Township 7 District of New Westminster so as to form tho most feasible
connection with tho American connecting
railway at tho International Boundnry
Lino and Bhall bo built as n first cluss
road according to reasonable and usual
specifications but subject always totho
terms of this agreemont.
13th, Upon the completion of the lino
of the Corporation tho present stockholders of tho Corporation shall transfer
and deliver to tho Contractor forty-six
thousand dollars ($40,000.00) of Lhe capital Btook of tho Corporation now held by
thom, each present shareholder iu the
Corporation retaining ten shares (or ouo
hundred and forty shares in all) aa individual property, bo as to qualify them as
directors thereof, tho remainder of such
stock, that Is to Bay, tho said stock to
the amount of forty-six thousand dollars
($40,000,00) faco value shall be issued as
fully paid up stock, tlio Contractor agreeing to pay for the said stock at such delivery tho sum of si*- thousand dollars
($0,000.00) in gold coin or six thousand
dollui'BJof tha stook of tho Corporation on
the said original shareholders of tho Cor*
poration may elect; the said ono hundred
and forty shares of the stock of tho Corporation shall be paid up shares and bo
equal to fourteen thousand dollars, It
is declared that tho lauds agreed to bo
provided for workshops arc tour hundred
acres of the lands granted to the city on
Lulu Island and that thu said lands shall
ho granted to the Contractor subject to
tho torms and conditions mentioned in
tho act of tho Legislative Assembly of
tho Provinco of British Columbia, grant*
Ing tho same.
In Witness Wiier-wi* the uaid parties
hereto have hereunto set tlieit hands
aud seals tho day antl year first above
written.
Signed, sealed and dolivcrcd
In tho presence of.
And whereas, it is expedient also to
pay and reimburse tho Company tho dis*
burscments and expenses actually expended by the Company (not being moneys expended In construction) since the
termination of a certain contract made
by the company with tho firm of C. M.
Sheafe & Co., not exceeding howover the
sum of $5,000,
And whereas, tho Mayor and Aldermen of tha corporation intond to submit
to tho electors of the said city a by-law
to provide for tho granting to the company of such aid as is in these presents
provided for, and it Is expedient that
thoso presents should be executed boforo
tho taking of a poll of the said electors
on tho said proposed by-law, but so as
that theso presents shall not be binding
upon tho Corporation unless and until
the assent of the said electors bo obtained to tho said proposed bylaw and the
same Bhall como Into force,
Now, these presents witness, That
tho Corporation and tho Company mutually covenant and agree as follows, that
li tossy:
1, Tho covenants and agLeemuuta
herein contained ou tho part of tbo Corporation shall extend to and be binding
upon ita successors, and tho covenants
and agreements herein contained on the
part of the Company shall extend to and
bo binding upou its successors and as*
signs,
2, Thoso presents shall bo binding on
tho Corporation and the Company if and
bo soon as the said proposed by-law Bhall
come into force.
8, The Corporation -ihall give to the
Company a bonus of tho buih of SIS0,-
000.00, which shall be payablo In the
manner provided for by the snld proposed agreemont.
4, Ttie Corporation shall grant fo the
Company the right of way for its said
lino of railway from the ferry landing or
terminus of tho aaid bridge on tho northerly bank of the Fraser rlvor along Front
Btreet and across Custom House Square
to Its intersection with Riahnrd Btreet,
and thence along Richard street to Its
intersection with Royal Avonuo and
Edinburgh street, whero tho Company
Bhall construct a railway and freo traflic
bridgo to the lands on Lulu Island hereinafter agreed to be granted to tho Com-
pauy, and shall grant to tha Company a
lease for tha term of ninety-nine yeara, at
thn nominal rent of 81 por annum of wator lota numbered DO to 47 both Inclusive, and of tho pleasure grounds so-
called, and Lytton Squaro, and of that
pioco of land or wator front sltuato be*
tween tho premises known as Webster's
wharf and tha promises occupied hy tlio
Royal City Planing Mills Company,
which may ba described as all that piece
or parcel of land covered with wator, lying betweon lots numbered 20 in block 1,
and 1 in blook 2, saving and excepting
bo muoh thereof as maybo required for
tho extension of Elllco street so far at
tho Corporation may havo powor to
gllHit the same, uud liliull also grant to
the Company four hundred ncres in one
blook oil' tbo northeasterly portion of
the lauds owned by the Corporation on
Lulu Island, subject to tho performance
by the Company of all thn terms aud
conditions hereinafter set forth, namely:
(ft). To erect nud maintain a good and
substantial free traffic bridge suitable for
passengers and waggons between tho
Government Reserve on Lulu Island,
Fraser River, now known as Lot seycu
hundred and iifty-aeven, in Group ono,
New Westminster District, and that portion of the City of New Westminster
which in situate on tlio north bankof the
Fraser River, and tliat said bridge shall
bo constructed iu accordance with plans
and specifications approved of by the
Chief Commissioner of Land-* aud Works.
(&). To oonntiitoband keep in repair to
the satisfaction of tho Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd Works a good and substantial waggon road not loss than twenty
feet wide from said bridge through Lulu
Ialand to tlio boundary of tho Municipality of Richmond.
(<■), To construct nil canals, drains,
ditches and dykes necessary for draining
said Government Reserve.
(rf). That ull said worka shall bo completed tu lhc satisfaction of the Chiof
Commissioner of Lands nnd Works for the
time being within five yoars from tho first
day of May, 1889, and timo shall bo
deemed of the essencoof this agreement.
And subject also to the furthor co'iditiou
that tho Company shall grant to any other
Railway Company requiring tho same access t« and running powers over tho said
bridge and across the aaid lands on Lulu
Island on fair and roasonnblo terma and
conditions.
5. The Company, so noon as mny bo
noccimry, shall construct a retaining wall
or retaining walls along the anjd pleasure
grounds for the protection of Columbia
ami Front streets to the satisfaction of tho
City Engineer for thu time being, and
thereafter maintain the same In good repair.
0. So soon as the said proposed by-law
shall come into force, all such good and
sufficient deeds containing all such covenants, agreements, provisos and conditions reasonably required by tbo Corporation and tho Company asmayboiequislte
for tho purposo of securing tlie said lands
to tho Company us hereinbefore provided,
and the performance by tho Company of
all the agreements and conditions in theso
presents mentioned shall be executed in
duplicate by the Corporation and the
Company and uiven to tho Manager for
the time being of tho Bank ol British
Columbia at New Westminster, who shull
deliver ono of such duplicates to tho Corporation and tho other to the Company
upon tho completion and equipment of its
line of railway.
7, The lands agreed to bo leased and
Slanted to the Company aa aforesaid shall
c so leased and granted ua that the samo
shall revert to tho Corporation in case the
Hue or Hues of railway to connect with
thu line of the Company shall not have
been constructed as hereinbefore provided, and the Company covenants with tho
Corporation that in the liko event tho said
bonus of $150,000.00 shall bo refunded
and paid to the Corporation by the Company.
8. The Corporation shall also pay and
reimbuiso the Company tho disbursements and expenses actually expended by
tho Company (not being monuysexpended
iu construction) since the termination of
a certain contract made by the Company
with the firm of C. M. Sheafe & Co., not
exceeding, however, the sum of five
thonsaud dollars.
0. The Company.shall not he entitled
to the benefit of auy of the covenants
and ugi-ccmcnts.,herein contained unless
and until (in addition to the other conditions iu these presents contained) the
said proposed agreement ahall havo been
duly executed by tlio Company und the
said Nelson Hennutt and the same or a
duplicate thereof shull havo been deposited with the Clerk of the Corporation,
10. It shall bo hm ful for the Company
to enter upon occupy and enjoy the lands
agreed to be granted by the Corporation
to the Company until default snail ho
mado in the performance of any of tha
covenants nud agreements contained in
the snid proposed agreement.
In witness whereof tho parties uf the
first part have hereunto affixed thoir corporate seal of tho Corporation of the City
of New Westminstor, and theso presents
are signed nnd countersigned by tha
Mnyor and City Clork of the snid Corporation on behalf of the snid city of New
Westminster,
And tho parties of tho second part
hnvo hereunto affixed tho seal of tho
Now Westminster Southorn Railway
Compnny, and these presents uro signed
and countersigned by the President and
Secretary of said Company ou behalf of
such Company, on the day and year first
nbove written.
Signed, sealed- and delivered
iu the presence of.
WM. B. TOWNSEND,
Mayor.
D. ROBSON,
City Clerk.
B, DOUGLAS,
Pres't N.W.S.R.Co.
T. J. TRAPP,
Seal.
Seo'y N.W.S.R.Co.
W. BREDEMEYER, OB, PH.
(Lnlu Partner of John MoVlokor)
MINING ENGINEER. U.S. A PROVINCIAL BUUVEYOH, * A8SAYER.
MASONIC! TBMPLR   BLOOK,   VANCOUVER,
Brit; coi.
*MJ*ltellablo reports, underground sur-
vevsuml maps 01 mlnos executed allow
rates, AHsiiynnimleon allkludsof min*
orals, gold anil Silver bars. Thirty ynirw*
B*iporlouco In mining In Aula, Europe
uml United -stales ot America, Speaks
ten hi nun n HO!*. AnfvIivb from a tllsltinc*-
promptly nilciulod lo. Address Vancouvor, It. O. dil-HTto
NOTICE
TH HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE IN*
J. nu'-ctor nf Pdiltentfurte-i In now inult-
Ifiir IiIh nmniiil vlsli to tho Ilrlttnli Colum*
Ma [Viill.(>titl:iry.   During his May here
ho will be ready lo hear and mnko strict
nnqulrv Into nny complaints thm may he
mado iif*ninst tho administration or olll-
cora of tho Institution. Anyono having
charges to make can confer nr communicate wilh Hie Inspector at, the Penitentiary.
ARTHUR II, MoBRlDB,
Warden.
British Columbia Penitentiary,
New Westminster, Sept. 0,1880.
(Ise7tc
Look! Look!
NEW OOODS! NEW GOODS!
Wo nre now ablo In om*r tho LnrgcRt. nml
Finest Stock of
ImportedTweeds
Worsteds,   Beavers,   Meltons, Fancy Striped Pant-
ingst Overcoatings, &c.
.TUST AnttlVKD.
The only way to form nny nny Idea of tlio
quantity und quality of these Quods
Is lo cnll nnd look, whothcryou
want anything or not.   Como
nndbosatlKlled,
BEGGS~&HEARD,
Leading  Merchant   Tailors,
1 Door West ol Dickinson's llutclier Shop,
dsulslj'l        88 COLUMBIA STREET.
It
icitces
You
iry
•'I havo used Palne's Celery compound and II
has hod a saiutm*)
effect. It hivlj-orat-
ed the system and 1
feel llUo a new
man. It improves
the appetite and
facilitates tUges*
tlon." J. T. Cope*
msd, Primus, s. O.
Spring' medicine means more now-a-dn ys thanlt
Old ten years ago. The winterof isa&-so Uaaleft
tho nerves all fagged out. The nerves must w
strengthened, the blood purified, liver and
bowels regulated. Palne's Celery Compound-
Ac Spring medicine ofta-day-tom OU thlfl,
OS nothing else COD. Prescribed by Phytieiant,
Beecnninended by DrvggitU, Bndorud by itinittsrt,
Guaranteed ly ths Btmtoetitrm to bt
The Best
Spring Medicine.
"In the spring of isst I was all run down. I
would got up in tho morning with so tired s
feeling, and was so weak that I could hardly get
around. Iboughtabettloori'ulne'acelerycom*
pound, and before I had taken It a week I felt
very much hotter. I c-mchcefully recommend
ft to all who need a building up and strengthening medicine." Mrs. U. A. Dow, Burlington, Vt,
Paine's
Celery Compound
[a a unique tonic and appetizer. Pleasant tc
me taste, quick ln lta action, and without any
Injurious' effect, it gives that rugged henlth
wnich makes everything taste good. It curat!
lyspepsla and kindred disorders. 1'hyalclans
prescribe it iloo. Six Ior 15,00. Druggists.
WBU&RrcBAnraoN&Ca,   . Mokto-ul.
1 Ifetier thillAlttayteitrSi
U0TATE0 FmSyftXOSt
w. c. loye,
MUle lost ul Shee Hik
Uf-imlriitiK Neatly Done,  Cork Bole
Work a Speclnlty,
•wrOi'diirs promptly attended to,
Clni-knoii St,, In rear of Colonial Hotel, nest to Rand Bros.' oflice. dnolto
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
O A Kb-X1 .BR'S
Temple of Music!
Is the Plnco to "'uyFlrsW'luHS
PIANOS and QBGANS
.Vt. such Prises and Terms ns will Suit
Any Rcasonnblo Buyer.
For prices nml terms, npply to CAR-
TKB'H TEMPLE OF MUSIU,
Vancouver, II, C.
230 Ilnsllnss SI. Wesl. ilnplCIc
[Removed fiom Saaki-h to ViotormI
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customer.'', this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
dmliSOsno VICTORIA, B. 0.
f.L
ai_h
330.332 CORDOVA STKEKT,
VANCOUVER.B-C.
Importers and Dealers ln
MACHINERY
OK ALL DE3CBITIONS.
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
dwdoSOlc
Lnml ttcglstry OrOlnaiicc, 1870
The S. 13. J of Section 18 and tho N. E.
■}■ of Section 7, TownsliipS, Now Wostmlnster District, and part {1 aero) of
Lot No. 0, lllock XII, New Wostmta
ster Suburbs.
WHBB10AB THE CERTIFICATES OF
Title of Ouakles McDonough to
the aliovo mentioned hurldltumonts have
heen lost or destroyed, and whereas application has been mado to me for the Issu*
imce nf duplicate of Cert Itleatcs of Title In
tho stead of thoso so lost or destroyed;
Notico Is hereby Riven that such duplicate! Certificates will bo Issued at the expiration of one month from date, unless
lu the meantime valid objection to the
contrary he made lo mo In writing,
T. 0. TOWNLEY,
District Registrar,
Land Hepistry OHlce,
Now Westminster, 21th August, 168!).
dau!Mml
"JiTOTXOE.
NOTICF. IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we 11iivo applied to the Hon. MinlRtcr
of the Interior for liconso to cut Umber
on ilii'fotlowin-* lands:
Coin in 1'iicin■[ nt tho north-runt corner of
Lot ml, Group I, New Westminster DUtrlct; IiK-iic," due norlh lotliosmithlluenf
thoMondyvlllo Company's limit; thenco
east iilniii* the tumui boundary of snld
limits lo tho westerly boundary of Section
1,1, Towns))In Jifi; Uidice south ulum* llio
said westerly luiundiiry lo the smith-west
corner of Section hi; thonce eustnlongtho
south liouniliiry nf said nt-i-Mon ta tho
westerly bniilc uf tbo CoqultlBin rlvor:
thenco southerly ami following tho said
westerly hnntc to the unrtheily boundary
of Lot l.s.">, flrnup 1; thence westerly along
tho satd northerly boundary to the northwest corner of satd lot; theneo duo west to
lhe easterly boundary of Lot 880; thonco
north nlong snld boundary to placo of
lie-ilnnlng; containing In ull 'Macro.-*.
Also—Oluliu No. 2, commencing at tlio
nortll-WCSt corner of Stavo Lake; thenco
west 80 chains; thenco smith 80 ohnlns;
theneo e.i>t -III ehalns, lo the shoro of Iho
Inke; thenee following tho shoro to placo
of ennimoneemoiit— nbout -180 aores, more
or less.
UOYAi. CITY PLANING HILLS CO.
[Limited |,
John Hendry, Miuingcr.
Now Westminster, Aug. 2-1,1880,
dnuSttml
lTOa?ICEL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
■TO duvs nfter cluto I intend applying
to Mm Chief Oummls-iinnerof Lands and
Works for permission to louse tho follow*
Infidoserlhcd lands:
1. Common-ilne at a post on Vnlde*- Island, On lilt) north side of tho unsurveyed
ciiannol, running thence north lfl chains;
west i.O chains, to eonior of Loamy A
Kyle's timber claim; theneo west along
tlielr lino iH* ehalns; hiuIIi <S0 chnlns, lo
shoro; Miotics following shore to point of
commencement.
2, Commencing at u post on ValdCTi Islnnd, on the soutli sido of tho unsurvoyed
clinnnel, opposite u channel known ns
Hole In the Wall, running theneo south
TO chains: west 20 oh n I nn; south'JO chnlns;
wost 100 quail)*-] norlh fli chnlns, to snore;
thonco along the slioro to point of com-
inancemonl,
it, Cnmnioncingatnpnst -10ohnlns cuhI
oflndlnn ReserveoullnmsayArm; thonce
south r*Ofhnliis; oust 80chains; north 20
chnlns; oa*tt80ohnlns; north lOchalns;
enst 1fi0 chnlns; north GO chains; wesl lllll
chnlns; south 10 chnlns; wo.it, 80 chains:
BQUth SO chains; west so chains; south 60
chnlns, In plnoo of commencement,
4. Commencing nt post io ohnlns from
south-west corner of post of tho Moodyvllle Haw Mill C'o.'r llnills, ut tho hoad of
Malnsplnn Inlet; thence south 20 olinlns;
west 40 ohalns; south 40 ohalns; enst 80
ch'ns; north lOchalns; cuitTOchalns; north
00chains', westr-chains; south40chulns;
Wost oo ehalns, to plaeo of commencement. HENRY V. EDMONDS.
Now Wealmlnsler, lWli Aug., 188ft
dotutittl
British Oolumbia
f
The Annual Exhibition ol the
Will lie Ileldnt Uio NKVS EXHIBITION BOILDINQ,
Queen's Park
In lho Cily of
NEW WESTlNSm,
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
and FRIDAY,
OCTOBER 2ND, 3RD & 4TH, '89.
$7000 - $7000
For  Exhibition   and  Sports.
In connection with this Exhibition will
bo tho opening of Queen's Park and an
extensive programme of SPORTS .and
GAMES, PROCESSIONS, FIRE-WORKS,
Ao., under direction of tho Citizens' Committeo.
All entries for tho Exhibition must bo
mndo with the Secretary boforo neon on
TUESDAY, Octette* M.
AU fcitock and other exhibits from south
of Iho river will be carried across on lhc
steam ferry, puke ok charok, and drays
will ho found nt railway stations nnd
wharves lo convey exhibit.*, phek, to tho
Grounds.
Special Krdtii'ril Kales will bo given on
alt railways and stenmers to persons nud
exhibits coming to tho Exhibition.
As it Is expected lhe atteudanco at tbls
Exhibition will ho vory largo, tho Direct
lorshopo to sconn exhibition worthy of
the resources of tho provinco.
Further Information mny bo hnd from
the prize lists [which will bo sent free on
application], or from the secretary,
T. R. PEARSON,
SECRETARY.
Nbw WKSTMiNSTEit, Aug. 28,1839,
dwnu24ml
a-"R^L*CT"D
New Westminster, B. C.
Daring I'rovintial A-ris-dlml Eiliibilion,
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
mul FRIDAY,
OCT, 2nd, 3rd aniHtli, 1
SIX BRASS BANDS in ATTENDANCE.
$7,000
IN PRIZES!
FOR SPORTS AND EXHIBITION.
SS'OKTS TO CONSIST OP
Horse Racing, Vnclit Racing,
ISisnt and Canoe Racing,
Athletic Sports,
Lacrosse, Basc-bnli, Foot-ball,
Hose Reel Contest, nml
Rifle Matches. ,
UNSSKSS THS AUSPSCKS OK THS!
,1,
CRAND TRADES AND SOCIETIES
PROCESSION
—ON—
Thursday Morning, Oct. 3rd.
Representing the Hi eat Industries
of our Country.
Grand Ball!
 ON—
Wednesday Evening, Oot 2nd,
OKLKBltATION TO END WITII
IMMENSE
Torchlight Procession!
ON FRASER RIVER, AND GRAND
DISPLAY OF
FIRE-WORKS
oss ruslssy Kvenlssi, 0,1. Ilk.
Excursion Rates from all points.
sssrl-'ov ful] information and I'rlro Lists
soc -mull bills.
W. I). TOWNSEND,
Mayor,
J. H.C. FRASER, TroMlircr.
_,.     B.T, MACKINTOSH,
miS**lsl SHrotsirr.
W. R. AUSTIN'S
Hay Mitt
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
LEAVE ORDERS AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 sjmyggto	
J. W. WINGER
DEALER IN
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notice and at Reasonable Tctms,
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Block.
Orders left dl lho C, P. N. Wlinrf will bo
promptly delivered, dmbMo
WM. H. VIANEN.
WHOLESALE
FisiH Ume Dealer!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
ttr Highest Price paid for Furs aud
Beer Hides.
Correspondence Invited. B*uTeleplione
Cull No. IL iljnslo
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot op Douglas Stiieet, Ncxn
Columbia Street,
J. FEltCWSON, PROPRIETOR
FRESH   BREAD,   CAKE?,  PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc,
Hotel and Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders  promptly attended lo nnd
delivered lo any part ot the city.  dmh28y
mn nm\
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANITFACTUHEH*'  OK
OATMEAL
Dy tlso Latest Improved Psocess.
[{-ir ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILLS at .VotSls RuDsslcb,
TIME    CARD.
O. P.   MT-  OO.
The Fine First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Leave tho O. P. N. Co.*s Whnr/,
SI *V SI "R "ST
Tuesday,Thursdays Saturday
AT -I A. M.,
FOR CHIUIWHACK ANS WAV PORTS.
Reluming Evory
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufficient  Inducement offers sho
will proceed to HOPE nnd on such
occasions will leave her whnrf
at 4 a.m.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T. I*. BRIGGS, Af-ent,
Now Westminster. dnp3tc
Time Table.
-f*.--fSsj. THE STEAMER
s^Imbert dunsmuir
LEAVES WESTMINSTER every Monday morning nt 7 o'olock for Nannlmo, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
Leaves Westminster overy Wednesday
alto. ni. for Nnnnimo direct,connecting
With Island railwny and Comox steamer.
Leaves Nannlmo for Vancouver on
Thursdays nud Fridays and returns same
days.
Loaves Niinnlran on Saturday at 7 a. m,
for Westminster direct.
For freight or possngo apply on board,
or lo T. L. Bnicfus, C, P. N, wlinrf.     dto
ESTABLISHED 1839.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Nearly lippimllts till' Colonial ilotol,
NEW WESTMINSTER
mHE   LAKGEST AND   CHOICEST
L    assortment of .11 description, of
MEATS ANO VEGETABLES
Constantly on band, and supplied to Fam.
IUm, Restaurants, and Steamboat! At the
LOWEST I-OS8IBLB PRICKS.
VIOTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OKPER KOR "SALE!
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR roilLTUY, *c.
Rice Meal,
FOR OAlTIsB KEEP.
slmba-ss*
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.
■"-Jf REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in tlie Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwtc SI   Col-J.Mn.-bia Street.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOMB BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, &c>
MBBff'S     SB    BOYS'     8VXTS.
Great Variety of Household Artioles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME and   GEKERAL STORE8.
N. B.—Farm Produce bought at market rates or aold on commission. ia.Onlen
from tbe Interior promptly attended to, dwjefitc
CASTORIA
far Infante tnd Children.
•'STsHtarteUn-nllsiavlssdlossUslMtttl I Ossriorls, mm Colin, 0-rtggs.tlis-s,
[recoss-sss»s-dltussis.«iortossss.nnssorlsssiaBl Bcssr Btossssscb, Dissrrtacs., Erssotation,
\ll_^^"^^S!ST^ | ""a***-* •"-**•**■ *™"°*- "-
Wls-.0)tsVj[4||1-k(ssJd--s-,t*.T.   |-TOs*°J*,lSsiiloo«»
Tin Cbstjcr Oommut, 77 Must.*- str-sss, N. Y.
CITY BREWERY!
The Very Best In the Oity Is Brewed by
JOHN W. ANDRZEJEWSKI
At the City Brewery, Agnes Street.
Orders left at Dickinson's Butoher Shop
ihall bave prompt attention. Give us a
trial and Judge for yourselvei.
New West., July 18,1860. djlyiatc
Feed,LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
-p-ROraiBITOR.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
for Hire. Hacks coll at nil Steamers
and Trains. Speoial attention given to
Boarding Hones.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may be left at tbo Oflloe of Mathers A Mllllgan,Commission Merchants,
Front Street, New Weit. distil*
THB SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OD T
DOUBLE AND SIN8LI- RIGS
At Special Low Rates.
Braying ia. All Mi of Tevnisg
Done at Shortest Notico,
Dry Csrdweed delivered to any part of
tbe City.
Orden by Telephone will recti ve prompt
attention.
itrStablefl nearly opposite O, P. R. Depot, Colambla St., NewWctlmlnster.
d'nlltc      QILLEY BROS. 1'bopb.
FIRS
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
Capital,   ■   115,000,000.00
Subscribed Cssjsltssll, ns lit 81st ISrc, lww,
ilsUOOiOOD. Fire Piiisil and Reserve, 81S,
212,720.   Not I'roisslums, 18811, •.■,,IHI1,(I:«I.
OF  LONDON.
capital,   •   $0,133,000.00
RATES   AR   LOW   AS   ANY  OTHER
OOSIPANIES DOING B08INES8
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
T. Or. T^QTTES
Agesst tor New Westminstor City
ud Diitrict. d|o22tc
To San hm, Cal.,
BY WAY OF THK
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
dUIOKRR IN TIME THAN ANY OTHER
RODTB BETWEEN
CRAND SCENIC ROUTE OF TNI PMIFIOCMIT
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CABS
For Accossssssodtssloss ol secotsd-OlssM Pis.-
soisgesTMitlsioliod lo Express Tralsss.
Far. Irom Portl.ssd to SMrsjnsento ssssu
Bssn Fns*solscss-tssIlmlt--l, I2»| First-
olssu iLlmlled), **o; secossd-ol««« (Ll-
suited). 11*.
TIIROUOH TICKETS to Ml polls'. South
bus! E.,t, vis, Csssllfornlsv.
TICKET OFFICESl     ,
Citv Omos*, No, 184 Cor. Flnt * Aid.
Btreets: „     . „.    .
Ds-fot Omoi, Cor. F * Front Btreol.i
B.KOEHLER,
MMSSSger,
grflssssil, Orcj
AiKa.-**. I
it-.A'fl
IM Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed I Sale Stables
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Land § Investment Ageacy
ILIUIIIID)
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
OUYLER A. HOLLAND,
HEAD OFFICES
IS Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, UNO.
Tbe Business of ALLSOP A MASON tssu
been merged ln tho sslsovo Cosnpnny und
will bc oarried on by the Compnny from
tbls diito es a Koneral Land investment
and Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN oss MortBago at Low
Ratos. Town Lois and Fnrsnlng Land,
for Sale on easy terms.
Victoria, B. 0„ May 18th, 1887. dwjlys
to sinus,
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A OOOD
CIGAR, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
«™ MAINLAND.
sssThoy aro not only mado of the
Choicest Tobacco but the; are of
Homo Manufacture, and should in
patronized by all good oltlzons.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
IIOLIiIIOOK BUIUS1HC,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW *E3TnHN3TEs*.
 dsrl7noly	
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
A WEU-IEUCTED 8TO0I Or
DRYGOODS
AND FURNI8MMS,
AT THE  LOWEST PRICES.
LUNDBOHM'S BLOCK,
< elsssnbl. MrMI,       Hew TTMUsllaMW
noldwly DAI^Y JU(IXJ»B tfQLUMBUN, -NEW WBflTMlKgTER, B. 0., SEPTEMBER 12, 1889.
VQUJ0 YU.-UQ. 63.
JpmiB ftiti^h dtoltimfiwri
Th -imtUr KvchIdk. Sept. 19. 1*W9.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Wanted .TTT. .It. C. P. M. Co.
Situation Wanted E. Guns
To Let Thia Office
For Sale G. A, Kelly
Notice H, E. Worlock
An elegant line of Dress Goods juat
opening out at the Bon Marehe.   3t
Senlette Jackets, Ulsters and Dolma-
iiettc-., now showing at the Bon
Marc-he. 3t
The atr. Irving left for Chilliwack
with 20 passengers ond 85 tons of general morohandisf).
Tlio fli-rvicca of throe young ladies
required during exhibition week,
Apply to Miss Peebles. 3*
Walker & Co. havo Sapporton Lots
near New Hospital nnd Roas-Mao<
laren Mills nt old prices. *
A perfect army of Si washes nro cm-
ployed mi tho purls, chiefly clearing
the mco track and grounds around tho
buildings.
Tho settlors of the North Aim
school nro applying to the post oflico
department fnr n poat office to bo
called Truro.
Richards, Haywood & Mackintosh
have S-ucre'Browiiflvilio lots ut §2U nn
acre; bnlf cash, balance in (! months,
without interost. selOinl
The atr. Rithet loft for Victoriii this
afternoon with 30 passengers, 250
head of sheep, 100 head of cattle, nnd
75 tons farm produce.
The cily editor of The CorbMBUN
ia indebted to tho president and secretary uf tho Delta agricultural society
for a memberahip ticket for 1889.
An exhibition of the Inland Agricultural Association is announced for
October 10th and Ilth. The exhibition will be held at Ashcroft and is
likely to prove a great Buccesa.
Spring salmon averaged 40 to tho
boat last night, 25 per cent, of which
were red fish. Reports from the
Nortii Arm say the water was fairly
alive last night with tho festive humpbacks.
Tho eity hall Hag after disconsolately
drooping over the roof of the building
for nearly a wook has been taken
down and is now undergoing a drying
process in the auditorium of the counoil ohamber.
A boom of lot-s, containing 1,000,-
000 faet broke loose at Tiffins mill,
Port Moody, ou Tuesday. The logB
nre now scattered ovor the inlet and
English Bay. Steamers have been
employed to collect them.
Q. W, Grant, the architect, is calling for tenders for the erectiou of
carriage house, stablo and other buildings in connection with Mr. fl. V.
Edmunds' new. residence. Tenders
must bo in by Monday noon.
On Saturday the Juvenile cricket
club guea tn Haa tings to play tho roturn match with tho Vancouver juniors, Tlio boys aro soliciting aubaciip*
tiona to pay their expenses, and thoy
ehmili be warmly encouraged.
Tbo exterior of the public library
li.is boen whitewashed a beautiful shade
of white, and now looks frosh and
inviting. Someohangoaare hinted at
in tin ii.3ide management j and it is
possiblo tint the institution may bo in
full operation boforo long, and undor
tliu n.aoageinent of a lady.
RtsidantB on Sea Island, Lulu Is-
Und ind North Arm complain of tho
misleading nnmes given to the -K-st
olli'jtiin that section. For instance,
Sua I -land post offico ia located on the
west ond of Lulu Island, and Lulu Island post offico is at the extreme
nouth western end of Lulu Island, at
English's. These matters should be
Btrai(*htoned out in aomo way for the
cot-vi ni iici: of'thiJ'Be'ttlera.
The s1 r. Maude arrived in the river
yesterday nud collected 2115 cases of
salmon from Drysdale'a cannery, 1000
cases from Beaver cannery and 050
. caws from B. SToung's packing estrib*
liahiuonr, all for shipment east o**er
the Canadian Paoific Railway. The
principal consignments aro billed to
Toronto. Montreal, Quebeo, Hamilton
arid Berlin, Ont, Movo shipments in
the aaine direction will follow in a few
day..
Grouse are as plentiful as ever this
year mul everyone who has been out
has met. wtth good success. As soon
os the ducks and geeio begin to fly
south, the real enjoyable aport will
commence, A man may walk along a
beautiful wildwood trail nil day long
and roturn homo with a full bag, and
Btill iV.Ba.itialu-d; hut let him wudo
through mud and water up to his waist
for half a day and he lias enjoyed tho
aome nf pleasure.
At the rogular monthly mooting of
thu Y. M. 0. A. l.ist night tho delo*
gat"! to attend tlio convention at Vancouver tiiia mouth, woro chosen, and
are: Mr. O. E. Davio, con. bcc. ; Mr.
D. S. Curtia, pros.; A. E. Rand, A. O.
BrydtitiO'.Tack, M. A., and Dr. A.J.
Holm :s. The plans fur the new build-
iuix were produced and examined by
those pr'suii', all of whom expressed
tholr antUfu'-MiM with the drawings.
The Y. M. C. A. suppor and enter*
tuiumimi takes placo at Herring's
Opera House, on the evening nf tlio
M8rd.
The Officers' Besldenccs.
Tho now houao for Mr. McBride,
waulen of the penitentiary, ia asauiu
ing a finished appearance, and when
completnl will look very handsomo
among ita surrounding trees and shrubbery. The view from the front windows will bo very fine. Mr. Koary's
house, a little further wost, in the ravine, is nearly finished, and tho inside
is receiving the attentions of tho workmen. Liko its more pretentious neighbor on tho rising ground, this residence is notable for handsomeness of
appearance and comfort.
SIKHS of E'rosiierlly.
Tho Canadian Pacific Navigation
Co's immenso sheds huvo uot been bo
packed with freight for many a long
niuiith ns at present. So great is
the movement of freight that tho
regular etaamors aro unable to handle
it, and the 0, P. N, Co., havo beon
obliged to send extra vessels to carry
it away. Tlm str. Maude, this afternoon, loaded a full cargo for Victoria,
tlio str. Rithet was filled from stem to
stein on her down trip this morning.
All this is faithful evidence of the
general prosperity of tlio province.
Tlm Trunli Tiiiiruititient.
The tenuis tournament is Hearing an
end,   tno of  tho   last throo matches
having been  played yesterday.   The
flrst match was botweon Dr. Fugan and
Mr.  Omtlthurd, the   dootor   handling
jmbii! with so much effect as  to dis*
posu of iiia opponent in two games, 0-1
61,   Tho  noxt match  was between
Dr. .Kiipm lind Mr,   Cluto, tlio dootor
again winniny by fi-2, 0-1.   The  final
matoh ui the tournament, botween Mr.
E. M. N. Woods and  Dr. Fagan, will
lm played nt tho en-liest opportunity.
Tlie Fine Wlinrf.
Tho contract for building Messrs.
Mather & Milligan'a new wharf was
yesterday awarded to Messrs. G. W.
Gilley & Co., the well known wharf
builders. With tho push and enterprise that characterizes this firm, work
was commenced on the contract this
morning, and will be actively prosecuted until the undertaking is finished.
Whon completed tho wharf will bo 198
feet long, and covorcd with an immenso shed its wholo breadth and
length. Tho terms of contract call
for substantial work throughout
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Died of Ma Injuries.
The man McMartin injured at the
Royal City Planing Mills on Tuesday
mornnig, diud at an early hour thia
morning at St. Mary's hospital. From
the time tho of accident till laat evening,
McMuitin lay in a state of coma.
About 5 o'clock last evoning he recovered consciousness.-*, and complained
that he felt a maddening pain in his
head, which Dr. Fagan believed te be
caused by hemorrhage on to the brair.
He continued to grow worso and finally
went into fits, in the laat of which he
died in great agony. As far as can be
can be learned tho deceased has no
friends in WestminBter, and evon the
placo of his birth is unknown. It has
not been decided yet whether or not
an inquest will bo considered necessary by the authorities.
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The llyack Bacers-
Tho Hyack racing team left for Tacoma this afternoon, via Vancouver, to
take-part in the fireman'-- tournament
for which they havo been steadily pro-
paring for several weeks. The team
has been worked down into the pink of
condition, and iu the last test showed
splendid form and speed. The team is
composed of Geo. Scoullar (captain),
Geo. Pittendrigh, Jos. Stirsky, John
Oliver, Guy Hall. Win. Hill, J. Man*
Bpn.-John Albro, Wm. Anderson, U.
Rosa, D, Mitchell, David Gray, and
Wm. Murray. Mr. S. Woods accom*
ponies the team us foreman, and his
knowledge of sporting matters is Buru
to bo of great benefit to tho Hyacka,
who place in his hands their entire
management. A large number of admirers of the Hyacks gathered at the
train and gavo tha mou a hearty send
off.
Heavy Dlm-lii.
Every ovening a dozon or more
heavy blasts are set off on Queen's park
and uot without considerable danger
te the reaidohts of that locality. So
heavy are tbu explosions that houaea
more than a milo away are susceptible
to tho shuck, while in thosu near at
hand glassware has to be kopt on a
broad foundation. A few evenings
ago a large slump waa blown to pieces,
and one of the fragments, about 4 feet
long by 18 inches thick, shot high up
into tho air and fell 300 yards distant,
on tho old rifle range, with auch force
as to sink itself into tho well-beat en
roadway. It ia ueedlesa to say that
had thia missile struck a man or beast
tlie results would have boon fatal.
Moro caro should bo observed in blasting, and the charges made sufficiently
moderate to precludo tho possibility
of accident to persons moro than
150 yards distant,
......f*^	
Couldn't Halve flic Frotricui-
Lnst evening a respected citizen with
a penchant for figures—thatia arithmetic
—picked up tho current Columbian
and hiB eagle eye nt length lighted
upon the ' 'Notes aud Comments"
column, in whioh is that littlo noto
about the alphabetical transpositions.
He innocently enough attempted to
speak tho big number there printed,
but failed on the first attempt; with a
smite he again ensayrd the bristling
total, but again failed iguominioualy.
"What I" aaid he, "can't I read figures
anymore ?'' Apparently not, for after
innumerable futile attempts he lost his
temper, dallied the papor on tho floor
nnd clamped on it, while his eyes glared
with fury. "Oil," ho roared- "I'd juat
like to soo tho young man that wrote
that thing-—for about flvo minutes—
out in tho alloy—with a fence post in
my hnnd, yum 1" Con anybody elso
writo tho figures out corroctly?
The IIowc Hound Slate Quarry,
Mr. W. H. Rowling, of tho North
Arm, who discovered tho Blnta quarry
oh Howo Sound was in the city to-day
and called at this offico. Ho states
that tlto quarry is situated at Ihe head
of Howo Sound, directly opposito the
north ond of Gambier Island. The
samples taken out for exhibition wero
obtained 4 foet frum the surface, and
tho slate ia moro promiaing the deeper
the excavation is mado. Mr Rowling
has decided to cither form a company
or Bell nu interest in tho claim. If ho
decides on tho latter plan tho snlo will
bo by tondor. The quarry is must
advantageously situated. The largest
vessel afloat can lio within four yards
of tho quarry, and all waste can bo
dumped into the Bound at thu mouth
of tho claim'. This latter ia a very
important feature, one of the greatest
items iu tho production of slate in
Wales being the cost of removing tho
refuse from tho quarry. About a mi'o
back from tho quarry ia a valuable
wator power, which can be used, if
necessary, for running tho machinery.
Another valuable discovery has beeu
mado on tho somo lot, iu the shape of
what ia supposed to bo a bed of pipo
clay, 6feet thick. Somo of iho clay
has boon Bent to nu expert for an
opinion, but nil who havo seen it
declare it to bo tho genuine thing.
Altogether, Mr. Rowling is greatly
elated over his find, which ho looks ou
as a veritable bonanza.
■ -I<■ i'■■•.*.ful Organ Ketltiil.
This morning Miss Peters brought
ovor an imposing array of musical
talent to thu city from Vancouver, tho
ni'icunat and representatives of tho
diffonmt Vanoouver churches. At tho
Mothodist churoh, tho powers of the
now vocation lately placed thore wore
tested to their fullest capacity. Miss
Petor i played u numbor of Batiste's
beautiful and intricate voluntaries,
The party then sang in chorm accompanied ou tho vnoilion by one of their
numb -r. Then tho instrument's finer
qualities wero tested in accompanying
•olo singing; thou marches, preludes,
pofltludos, introductions, tarantellas,
nocturnes, fugue.*, sonatas, and everything known in organ music was tried
luuceeifully ou tho vocation. It is
gratifying to record that ovoryono proo-
etit was delighted with the power.*, mid
qnalit of tlio instrument, and tt may
safely'be relegated to tho proud posi
tfon of "tho best iu tho oity."
Children Cryfor PtoheMMa
Kooteney Mines.
Messrs, P. Kowin, superintendent
of the Gould and Curry and Best and
Belcher mines, and Goorge It. Wells,
secretary of the Comstock, Virginia
City, wero in Spokane Falls lust week,
on their way from the Kooteney country to San Francisco. They had been
inspecting the Hall mine nnd othors,
with n view of making investments
for the Mackay combination. They
were closo mouthed people, and it is
not known what their recommendation will bo, but it la known
that tho owners of the Hall nre not
particularly anxious to sell, as it ia
understood that thoy havo been temp*
ted with offers in the neighborhood of
half n million. The Kootenay prospec*
tors, howovor, are very hopeful, on account of the probability of enlisting
some of the Mackay capital iu that
country, ns it would signify largo investments and rapid development.
John McDonald, secretary of the Silver King, in Kootenay district, reports
that the last shipment of forty tona
gave them $300 in silver aud thirty
per cent copper, also $4 gold to the
ton.
Bntl'Un IK'itlSi.
Tho old adasjo "In tho midst of
life we aro in death," was exemplified
yesterday morning in tho Vancouver
HoUbi\ Yatea street, in tho suddon
death of a boarder named Joseph
Patterson. At the particular time,
Patterson and three othor men woro
eating breakfast, about 9:30 o'clock,
arid the repast was interBporsed with
jokes. Iii reply to a joke tho deceased
laughingly said, "I can got away with
you both," and then partook, of a
mouthful of fried egc. A rattling
waa heard in Ins throat by tho others,
ono of whom aaid, "You're dying now;
you can't do anything." Tho words
spoken in jest proved too true, for tho
vital spark had lied and Patterson's
head hung limp. He waa at onco
taken out for frosh air and everything
douo in his behalf, but without avail.
Dr. Milno was called in, but his services at the juncture wore useless,
Patterson being dead, Tho deceased
was a native of tlio north of Ireland
and about 43 years of age, and. hns
boen employed around tha city ns a
laborer for some time. An inquest is
to be hold at 6 o'clock this evening.—
rimes Sept, 0.
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British Colaiulilalnillnnn.
Mr. Van Koughnet, the deputy of
tho superintendent of Indian affairs,
has just visited the nation's wards in
British Columbia. Ho says of tho
western Indians that thoy are slightly
higher on tho ladder of civilization
than ours in the caBt, and for two reasons. The first is that thoy uro entirely
8olf-de pendent. "Our government
grants them no annuities, and all tho
money they obtain is the outcome of
their profitable labors. With us this
is uot the cane. The granting of annuities, in accordance with old treaties,
haB fostered a spirit of semi-depend*
enco and laziness nmong the eastern
tribes which is tho reverse of satisfactory. Tho aecond reason is that Indiana in British Columbia generally
speaking, mingle in thoir daily pursuits mure among white men than thoy
do in the east.." Mr. Van Koughnet
surely means by eastern Indians those
of tho prairies—western Indians from
our point of view, but eastern from tho
British Columbian standpoint. Our
Ontario Indiana are neither dependent
or lazy. If they are, it is strange that
they should havo been given tho franchise.—Toronto Mail,
Wben Brty wu sick, we gave her Cwtoila,
When she wm * Child, the cried for Cutorls,
Whon sho became Hiss, she clang to Caitorin,
Whin ahthtul Children, ahe (^ve thou Cutoril
WANTED.
C FIRST
ROYAL CITY   PLANIN.
dsol2wl
SITUATION WANTED
BY   A   YOUNG   ENGLISHMAN (aee
19) on farm, cattlo or sheep ranoh;
experienced; good references.    Address
E, GUNS, P. 0. Box lfl, Victoria, R, C.
il'101218
TO LET.
A COMMODIOUS ROOM IN THE
Hamley Block, suitable for ll*"l>t
manufactory or Oflice purposes. Apply at
this olllcc. dBol9l3
FOR  SALE.
A GARDEN IN THE CITV.
IT CONTAINS 8 ACRES AND IS ALL A
vegetable garden, is closo to tho ter
minuB of the southern Railway. Apply
to G. A. KELLY,
dnel2ml MckenzloSt,
-LTOTICDEL
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT sixty
[Gel daya after (Into 1 Intend to make
application tn tlie Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to pur*
•t-hflso tho following tractor parcel of land.
An Islnnd In Now Westminster Dlalrlot
nortii of Lot 104 [MoNub-s ranche] in tho
Eraser River, containing flvo [5] acres,
more or less.
HENRY E. HARLOCK.
. Ladner's Landing, Sept. 12,1880,      d2m
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
sixty days after date wo intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands
nnd Works for lenvo to purchase tho following lnnds, situate In tho District of
New West in luster, nnd described na follows: Lots ono hundred and thirty-one
1131), one hundred and thlrty-Uve 11351,
ono hundred and thirty-six [ISO], ouo hun-
nred and thirty-eight ri£8], aim ono hundred and forty-ono [Ml], in Group Ono of
said District, containing eight hundred
acres, more or less.
Dated loth September, 1889.
ANDREW LEAMY,
dsolo*2m J. H. GILLESPIE.
Rose Hill DairyFarm
FRESH  MILK
Delivered Daily te Customers ln all parts
o/ the Oily.
Hotels and Restaurants supplied at Special Rates by the year.
FRESH ECCS
Delivered at Market Rales.
Orders left at M. SiKOLAnt'fl will be
promptly attended to.
WEAVER *fe WOODWARD,
iljcl3yl Proprietors.
Canadian Pacific Railway,
PACIFIC DIVISION'.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
i-WNERS AND MASTERS OP VES-
W setsand other Craft navigating the
Fraser River nre cautioned to keep within
the Buoys painted Red and White, respectively, nt the Mission Bridge, as during tho construction of tho Bridge, navigation betweon tbo luniks of tho Rlvor
and lhe Tluoyn Is dangerous, owing to piles
being driven there,
II. ABROTT,
General Superintendent,
Vancouvor, R. C, Ttli May, 1889.  dmySlc
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
!W days from dato we intend to apply
lo tho Chief Commissioner of Landi* and
Works for permission to lease, for timbering purposes, tho following described
lands Nltualcd In Now Wostminstor Districts
Commencing at n squared posl set on
tho cast side of a creek, nbout ono mile
from lta montli, situated north-westerly
from Woolridge Islnnd, Howo Sound;
thonco north 40 chs,, west 10 chs., norlh
10 chs., west 10 chs,, norlh 150 chs., went ,10
ohs., north 30ehs., west, 20 clis., nnrth'IO
chs., west- lit) ehs., Nonlli 80 Oil's.- cant Wl
chs,, south 120chs., cast '20 Hin., south 80
chu.. cast 20 elm.,sunt li'.'il chu,, eiml 20 chs.,
soutli 20Chs,, onst 20 ehs., to pliiee of eom-
inencement-containing MOD acres, moro
or less.
110YAL CITV PLANING MILLS CO.
f Llm I tod J.
John Heniiuv, Manager.
New Westminster, Sept, 5th, 1880.
dsoOml
FOR SALE.
HOUSE AND LOT osi Halifax Blrocl,
I'slco, 81800.  Apply l<s
Otelw-1 B. O. SMITH.
GIRL   WANTED
rpO.DO  GENERAL   HOUSEWOBK.-
ilRS. JAS. CUNNINGHAM,
Appljj-jj
tlselttc
For Hire.
TWO OR THREE TEAMS OP STRONG
WORKING HOUSES,
Apply to
.OHIO   WOODS, TURNER A QAMBI.E.
Tenders Wanted.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
the ofll'-e of Iho undersigned until 12
o'clock noon on Wednesday^llio ISt.h In
,' " ... "    ole
2, Suburban Block 11, this cily
slant, for completing tho clearing of Lot
2, Suburban Block 11, this cily No tender
necessarily accepted.
RAND BROS.
New Westmlnater, B.C., Hth Sopt., 18S9.
Business Notice.
mHE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED
JL to furnish plans and speci Ileal in iih for
all olasaes of buildings (stono nud brick n
Kpoelnlty). Will furnish all the neoessary
drawings and superintend work through a
competent foreman, and will guarantee
fierfeot work for 8 per cent, of cost, Oflico
u Bankof R. C. Building, upstairs, Now
Westminster.      JAMES KENNEDY,
dwselltc Architect.
To Contractors!
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
tho undersigned up lo noon on MONDAY, the lfllli Inat., for lho orofltlon of
Carriage House, Stable and oilier buildings at Mr. II.V. Edmond's now residence,
Queon-a Avenue,
Plans nnd specifications can be seen at
my offico.
Tho lowest or any tender not ncccssarl ly
accepted,
G. W. GRANT,
Architect,
Westmlnater, Sept. 11,1889.     dselll3
EXHIBITION BUILDING
Must mako It known to lho Secretary
At an Early Date.
T. R. PEARSON,
tlWISU20ml SSOKiSTA.E'-Sr.
BUSINESS NOTICE
T HAVE THIS DAY TAKEN INTO
1 partnership E. W. McInniim nud In
future thu business will be conducted under lhe nnme and stylo of A. A E. W.
MOINNIEB. A. MoINNIES.
WE WISH TO NOTIFY THE PUBLIO
that wo havo re-opened In the NEW
STORE, rorni-r 4'ohiml-l.i A ItmiglnN Sli,,
With a full and select lino of
Groceries^Provisions
Soliciting is continuance of the public
psstronniie.       A. & F,. W. MoINNIES.
New West., August B, 1SS0. slnuOyl
fflffMMCO.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Streot, New Westminster, B.C.
ITet.epuokk No, 56.]
14 CURE ROAD, HALIFAX, EH LAND,
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHADE BROKERS.
London and Lancntlilre Fire and
Brltlsfb Umpire Life Innnranoa
Companl si-
New Westminster llulldlng Society.
Aeoou»tant*s Ofileo, Dloveae of N.W*
Clf y Auditors, 1880, INS? and XH88*
ADVISE CLIENTS IN  THE BUYING
AND SELLING OP REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRIOT,
And other monetary transactions,
Havo several good Investments on tLolr
books, and all now comers will do w£ll to
call before doing business elsewhere,
dwSdoly
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to
Ogle, Campbell & Freeman
ARE OPENING DAILY THEIR
Fall and Winter floods!
lynx-eyc-l itllly,
A rather curious case came before
tho police magistrate thin morning,
CoiiBtahlo Billy, tho eaglo*eyod native
policeman of tho Sylvan awamp, tho
terror of Siwash ovil-doors and tlie
bane of whiBkty peddlers, whilo malt*
ins ''"a rounds yoatorday under lho
Front street roadway, camo across su
Indian and a white man loading a
canoe. Tho white man, whose name
ia -lames Orcor, handed his Siwash
companion a bottle of whiskey, wliioh
tho lattor took hold of, but had no
sooner touched than Constable Hilly
whipped out his hnnd-cufla and linkod
both Oroor and tho Indian together.
After Bei/ing the whiskey ho marched
hia prisoners to the polico station and
locked them up. They wore admitted
to bail and this morning appeared before tho court for a hearing. Orcor
claimed that ho had simply handed tho
bottle to Capt. John, to place in tho
canoe, nnd that ho was taking tho bev-
urnj-e over to hia ranoh for personal
uio. Oapt. John bravoly swore to tho
s imo effect, and, as there was no substantial grounds to convict on, both
woro released with u caution. Con-
slablo Billy addressed tho oourt at
aomo length and conoluded his harangue bv pronouncing Oapt. John a
"wry big lUr" for a small nun.
Ttie Aneon Dlsnatcr.
A Seattle paper nays: Captains Bryant and Bulloue, stoamboat inspectors,
of Puget Sound, will go to Alaakaon
tho noxt steamer for the purpoao of
Inspooting IH vessels that ply iu tho
watora of that territory. Capt. Bryant,
being asked whon an investigation of
tho Aneon disaster would tako place,
replied that it would bo some time
nfter the roturn uf himself and Oapt.
Jtullano from Alaska. The accident,
he aaid, from what, ho could learn of it,
was one tlmt might happen anyono.
Thu wharf at Luring ia located on n
Marrow passage which is not moro than
a quarter of a milo wide. It is tho
practice to swing steamers around by
means of n stern line ao as to avoid
running into the shoro, and this was
cast off by mistake. Tho current and
tho wind set in towards tho shoro on
tho same side as tho whnrf, and this
aided by tho fact that there was not
room enough for the voaaol to turn in,
landed hor on tho roof. Thero was a
pinnaclo of stone at the bow nnd tho
atom, with nothing for tho voasol to
rest on between. Tho tido rises and
falls 24 foot at Loring. Tho receding
tido loft tho veBsel in such an awkward
prmitinn tliat slio broko in two ill tho
middle.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ill lho partnership heretofore subalRt*
fiiK between tho undersli-nod under the
Arm name of comorford * McDougiill,
Merchant Tailors, has boen dissolved this
day by mutual consent. All accounts
owing the late lirm aro to bo paid to .1. A,
Mi'I'i'iif-all, mid all idalms against tbo
said lirm will be settled by hlm.
T. COMERPORD.
J. A. McUODOALL.
New Wesl., Aug. 91, I860.
Mr. J. A. McDougall
WILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS
under his own name, at the name
store, on Columbia street, next lo P.
Crake's.  A continuance of tho public
{intronngola respectfully solicited. Satis*
action guaranteed. dwscOtc
SPECIAL:
Art Figured Pongee Silk.
Art Muslins.
JUST RECEIVED.
First SHIPMENT of LINEN GOODS JUST OPENED
THE LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE.
MASONIC BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINISTER.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED THEIR
-:- COMPLETE STOOK OF *>
OBATIPyiNOIOALU
Tlso high position attained nml tlso
siiiivorsafaccoptanoc andapprovnl of tiio
pleasant liquid fruit resnody Syrup of
Figs, as tho most oxoollont kxatlvo
known, Illustrate tlso valuo of tho qualities on whleli its success Is hased and
aio abundantly gratifying to tlio Oal.
Fig Syrup Company, 	
Children Cryfor Pltoher'gjBattorla
A Pleasing' Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Pollo-m tho uso of Syrup of Kgs, us ii
tot* gently en tho
Kidneys, Liver W Bowels
KfXootnally Cleansing tho System "vhsss
Costivo ur Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
find pormnnontly curing
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION
without -roaltoning or irritating tlso or-
San. on which it act..
ror »ts"o in Wo bottle. Isy nil Leading
Drus-srlsts.
ssjuusrjesuuBss ohly bi Tils
OjU-irOBUIAHaBYBUPOO
t^jgm^tu^^
FOR FALL AND  WINTER.
A PARTICULARLY GOOD LINE in MEN'S
LIGHT FALL OVERCOATS.
AND SPECIAL THINGS IN BOYS' SUITS.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
The Popular Clothing Rouse,     ■     •     ■     Columbia Street.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
__.____A_X_-X.__   X2ST
Choice Family Groceries I
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Labrador Herrings,
*Mlac*Kerel, Salt Cod,
J^xrcLOV-x's TJ-ao. Hams,
-^ria.o"ar's TJ-ac. Bacon.
Flo-ax. Bran. Snorts,
sstHUOHEST HUGHS PAID FOU FARM PRODUCE.
Sooullar-Armstrong Blook, Columbia tt.
Jas.EUard,Co
Are Now Opening
 THEIR	
FIRST INSTALMENT
 OF	
#JSTEj"W"#
FALL MILLINERY
=ALSO=--
:    A COMPLETE lalJME OF
Ladies', Hisses' and Children's
Mantles, Cloaks and Jackets.
LONDON HOUSE,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
wMffir
■Jf '_  ^^Jl_KlJ_Gkm___tSL___^ly
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY,   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses In steel, rubber, silver m>c ,-,,id
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; nil sij-bts miteA.
Special -titration given to PINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having leaim.. tlm
business thoroughly from some of tbe finest Horologers In England, and sttwa thoil
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a few of tho best firms on tin: nm Li-
nent of America, is a -mfficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formorly m mu*
gor for nearly 8 yeara of tho well-known firm o! Savage « Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate, „   '   , .
Montreal, Deo., 1887.—Mr, F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chair-nun ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I nover found a Watohmakor who di'lao
well for me us you did when In Montreal, and I am sorry you are not here to-day."
Uwftpl2to • >u
D. S. CURTIS ft CO.
AQENTS  B. LAURANOE'S  SPEOTAOLES.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTsMINSTER, 1!. C.
Wi £ Gi
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
XXXOXX-OX^JLSS
DRY GOODS
 .JS-ITD	
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    -     Oolumbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand, New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
BON MARCHE.
SPECIAL BARGAINS in New Dress
Goods, Jackets, Paletots, Dolmanettes,
aud Ulsters.
A Large Assortment of MEN'S SUITS
from $7.00.
WALKER <&. SHADWELL,
d-roiot, COIjUMBU sJHlBK,

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