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Columbian
VOLUME 7
NEW  VVESTMINSTEB, B. 0., WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1889.
NUMBER 62
PROFESSIONAL MID BUSINESS MHOS.
K. M. It. WOODS,
BAItniSTEB-AT-LAW. OlTloe-McKsm-
zle Street.    ilanilc
T. 0. ATKSNSOH,
Tl ARRISTER, SOLIOITOB, 40. Offlccs-
JtJ Masosilo Building, NewWoBtisslnsler,
JlTC.  ilwte
AUM8TIIO-HS Jt ECKSTEIN,
i TJARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC. -
I JJ Musoislu Building, New Westnilu-
I,' ster, B. C. ihyiny'lo
W. NOllHAN DOI.lfl, K.C.,
BARBISTER-AT-LA\V,LANBAGENT.
Money lo Loan. Offlee—Ularksisn St.,
Now Westminster, B. 0, (lie
< OltBOl LIS, Hrl SSS.1. Jt JE-iMs*,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITOUS, ole. Oillces—Masonlo Buildings, Now Wcst-
in Instor, and Vancouver, B. 0.       tlwto
A. C. URYDOKE-JA-JR, 1st. A.,
BARRISTEIt, SOLICITOR, .NOTARY
I'lllllio, ifec. Olllco lu 111* Hamley
luilldlns*, ColilinlilnHI., opposite tlieCol-
t'l'lstl Hotol. -swstnjtg
T.J.TRAP
-lOSKPII K. OAYNOlt, II.A.,I.Ij.11,
GOLD MEDALIST of tho Untvcraltj of
Dublin.   UAIUUHTI'-R-AT TjAW of
, Hie High Court of Justice, Ireland. OitloeB,
Corner MoKonisle A Clarkson Hts,, New
Westminster. • dwfe2lto
A. J. HOLMES, D. D. S.,     .
QURGBON DENTIST. Graduate of llio
O Ohio College of Dentil! Surgery. Is
now with Dr. 0. E. 0. Brown. All work
skillfully porfoi'iiu'd. Uooms HAC.Bank
' of B. a, Columbia St. Hours-8 to 12 a.m, ■
, l;3Qtoilp.m. ajly3lc
A
O. W. GHAUT,
RCHITECT.  Oflice—Corner Mary and
Clarkson sts., Westminster,   dwto
CLOW Jt B1ACI.IRE,
.'■ A ROHITECTS. OsHoe-Roora E, over
* A llankolB. C„ColnmblaStreot,Wost-
j inlnster. dto
WILLIAM II. KIHOi
A ROHITECT.SANITARYENOINEER,
A  &a.  Removed to Armstrong's Blook,
Columbia Street,   Westminster—Room
No." dto
W. THIBAUDEAU,
AND SURVEYOR AND DRAU8HT8-
soon.  Hamley Blook, Now Westmin-
)L._
', ilar, B. C.
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR. Oflloe: Room J), Brink
. ol B. 0. building, Woslinlnsler, B.0.
ALBEHT J,  HILL
(M.CAN.SOO.O.E.),
CIV1LEN<IINEER,LANDSURVEY0R
and   DRAUGHTSMAN.     Hasnley
I Bloek, Now Westminster.       dwnuajto
O. r-TTE-iDBICll,
1KAL ESTATE BROKER and County
X Court Agent. Commissioner. Notary
Public, Ao.   Rents collected.   Oilice—Mc-
Kensslis Street, Now Westminster, B. C.
Publ
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all klnils of the best maltosj Cnsns-i'iit & Hand-Saws,
Barbcu Wire for Fencing, anil all Hie ness».sss-s/ S'tl'Ilslls for sVlirillllllil
Pulley llliiilts, Siialdi illiitlcs, Ilo-so. £ Gluilii iu all sl»; I'ilili,
Tar & Oukiini; Tarreil and I'lain 1'apcr fi i Kulldliigi Paints & Oils
inall colors; Liquid I'niUtS lis all shades; Floor I'ailltK reaily tusssc; (il'illd
Stonesi Wall Paper in all designs; Brooms s& Brushes f"r nil imrposos;
LiibrlcaUiifsT Oils; Traps of all descriptions, *uud u general assortnii'iit of
Agricultural Implements,
far Speoial attention given to orders by mail.
t. T'% rrxiJL^ir' so ao.,
dwjly3to ft Colum ma Street, New Westminister.
New Boots,
Slipoers
At GRANT & MACLURE'S.
New Fall and Winter Goods
J. S. MANSON'S TAILORING ESTAL1SHMENT,
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies, A marvel of
inirlty.Btrcn-'tli and wholesomeno.Kfi. More
ceonoinleal than tho ordinary kinds, nnd
cannot be sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans,
Royal Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall st,,
New York. ufely
Niqht Bell.
Telephone 57.
Positively the largest and best assorted atock ever shown in this city, consisting of French ami English Worsteds, Scotch Suitings, Irish Serge, &c.
jf5rPcrfcct fit guaranteed or no sale.
T. tj, TUAPl'i
AUCTIONEER    AND    APPRAISER*
Columhln Street, New Westminster.
AM   . .inimlsslunH  will   receivo   prompt
I uud careful  nttentlon.    Best references
I given when requlrid. inhl2*te
J. K. F1NLAY8UK.
1iI.\N0 TUNERi from Urontlwood
Sons, Ijniiitiin, Kti-'iiuul, nti'.t BLelu-
■ way tb Hons, New York, now residing lu
IViiuuiuver, will nlloinl to order*! loltnt
I Sir. /.ed. ft. Hnll*** and 1). hyal & Co.'s
TltorM. Trips Ist week of eaeh month.
duuBte
TUUNEll, BKKTON rt CO.,
rER0IIANT8. Wharf St., Vletoiia.
A Agents for North British nnd Mor-
Utile Insurance Co. for Mainland. H.
Bg-BTON A Co., 80 Flnsbury Circus, Lon-
lon, E. C. dtc
nprialFirB Insurance Co,
OS1 *CO*N"X)0*N'.
. .tl'ITAI,,       ■       £1,600,000 WU.
1 Ratns as low ns any other reliable Companion dolus .business in British Colum-
fln. W. J. ARMSTRONG.
T djiy3to Agont (or New West.
BAKER BROS. & CO'Y
[Id Chapel Walk, South Castle St., Liver*
J pool, England,
■iBank Buildings, Columbia Street, New
Westminster, B.0.
General Wholesale Merqkants&Impwers
Any description of Goods Imported to
j ordor and Custom nnd Ship Broking
l-trnnHncled.   * '    " **■--'--
['■QUQtut.OUH.
K
RAND BROS.
VsMt ESTATE UROKBItf*,
C on ve yn.it.ee rn, Collector!,
And luaitrnnct Agent*,
onicos at
NEW WESTMINSTER: Cornor
MeKenzIo mid Clarkson Sts.
I. VANCOUVEIt, Cordova Street.
LONDON ,Eng1and.
UH ILDINQ LOTS for sale In nil sections
of Vanoouver and New Westminster City,
Vi- UM LANDS of superior quality for
..uili!  nt Chilliwhaok, Tort limn mow!,
L Lnngley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Ilay,Lnd*
%ner'i- Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
and RU, River.
i    Mu'is nnd Plans exhibited aud thefull-
' est Informntlon furulshcdatallourofllees,
10,
OF LONDON, ENGLAND, ARE
NOW INSURING
FRAME BUILDINGS USED
AS RESIDENCES
At 1-2 per oent. per Annum
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
seadlns Ascent.
Great Removal Sale!
 OK—
BOOTS & SHOES
AS I INTEND MOVINI) NEXT 1100R
lo Oity liukery, I will offer for llie
next llfteeis tlayB,
15 PER CENT. OFF
On alt cash purchases.
A. B. WINTEMUTE,
Sign of tlie"Bufflilo,»
Now West,, July 27,188ft       dwjl27tc
Globe
Just Received—a, Special Line of
FROM "7"5 CE-r-sTTS UPWARDS.
Call early and get first choice.
1£BS. "\*v*-*M:. -**5^.*E3.
dtc
C. K. WOODS, Lanil Sir
A, U. CiAMBLE, Notary l'ublic,
Woods, Turner & Gamble,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE
Financial Agents and Conveyancers.
Land Surveying in all ils branches accurately ami promptly carried out.   City a
Suburban Lands for Salo.    Wc enn show n complete list of desirable localities.   Farming lands, improved and unimproved, throughout the
district.     Mining and other stook bought and sold.
Money to loan on lirst mortgage
Agenta for the following Insurance Companies:
Western ef Toronto, Ina, City of Loii(loii,IInrt!oril,Ncw York Lifc,& Travellers.
OFFICE—Ellard's Block, Columbia Street, NewWestminster. Telephone Call No. 33.   P.O. Drawer "W."
MAJOR  tt PEARSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Financial and Insurance Agents,
l'roncrty (or Salo in all farts of tlie City anil Suburbs. Wo also bavo listedsoino
of tbo finest fanning land 111 tbo Province. MONEY TO LOAN. HOUSliS TO
RUNT. Agents for the Confederation Lifo Association of Toronto, tbo London
(Inarasitoo anil Accident Co., Limited. General Agents for Britiih Columbia for
tlio American Steam Boiler Insurance Co. of Now York, the Koyal anil Atlas Firo
Assurance Companies ot England, Union [firo ami Slorlnn Insnianco Co. of San
li'nusclaco, Soutli British Fire and Marino Insurance Co. of Now Zealand,
 OFFICES	
NEW WESTMINSTliR—Columbln Street, Bank of B. C. Block.
VANCOUVER—llastiuss Streot, opposite tlio 1'ost Offlce.
dwsolOte
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 I'LANS PREPARED.
COD Ofll Ci    -'us'llcss' Residence and Suburban Property,
rUn wHLl!    1'arm'ng Lnnds, Timber and Mineral Claims.
Improved and Unimproved
Colonial Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
OFFIOBS	
1*0 Cordova Street,
VANCOUVER.
KNIGHTS   DENOUNCED,
A Montreal Priest Issues a Pastoral
Letter Condemning Knights of
Labor and Labor Day.
Another Great American Iron Industry Purchased by au English Syndicate,
CHEMISTS & DRUGGISTS.
Columbia St.,   -   New Westminster,
w
E HAVE ONE OP THE BEST
selected Stocks in the City.   Our
Drugs nre perfectly pure  and enn he
tlioroiighly vulicd upon,
''0ur °*n" Bccf» Iron & Wine
in, beyond tho shadow of a doubt, the
best preparation of   its   kind   in the
world.
daplSto
TO RENT.
THE Ul'S'1'AIHS FLAT IN ntlll.OTNO
corner of Columbia and UouuliiB Sts.
-2tal«l.   Apply to
U1111SI0 HENHY V. EDMONDS.
Dress-Making I
Misses McDougall
COLUMBIA   8TREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
ster Satisfaction guaranteed,      daplatc
51 Yates Street, •
VICTORIA,
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DRUGGISTS
Queen's Hotel Block,
NI'**' WD.STSISNSTKIt.
E.elial)le Drugs & Medicines
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY.
Telephoue Ng. 83s daplto
D. LYAL & CO.
Pianos,
Organs,
Vocalions
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
FANCY GOODS,
TOYS, Etc., Etc.
N. 11.  Hoherty Organs sold at
50 tier cent, oil' list prices, for cash.
Colinnliin St, New Westminster.
dwnuffilml
SO oo.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND*—
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all BuslneuB relating to
Ileal Edtato.
—AGENTS FOIt—
London ANRorAnce Corporation,
Connoctlout Fire Insurance Oo. of
Hartford.
London and Lancashire Life Assurance Co*
Canton Insurance Offlce, Ld. (Marino)
. Columbia St., New Wcat'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
A Vessel Wrecked in Alaska with
ao.ooo Cases of Salmon
on Board.
KKIOUTS OF LABOR DENOUNCED.
Montkkal, Sept. 11.—Father Son-
teimie, of Notre Dume- has issued n
pastoral dfiiouiieiii** the Knights of
Libnr and labor day. The latter, ho
saya- was for the hands of tht) ohurch
to condemn, and thut labor in ita present shape wan nothing mure than a
revival of paganism.
THE MINISTER OF CUSTOMS.
Winhiphj, Sopt. 11.—Hon Mao*
konzio Bowell, minister of customs,
arrived hore from Ottawa to-day.
Frotn Winnipeg Mr. Bowell, will go
to Killarney, where he will take teams
and drivo along the boundary lino as
far ns Foi t McLeod, for tho purpose
of ascertaining what measures will bo
necessary to prevent smuggling into
the country from Dakota and Mon-
tanna. It is the intention of the gov*
eminent to make a complete change of
tho present customs system along the
boundary, From Fort McLeod Mr.
Bowell will go to Calgary and thenee
proceed to the coast,
A LETTER Of PEACE.
Philadelphia, Sept. 11,—Alfred
H, Love, president of the Universal
Peaoo Union of tho U.S., has addressed a letter to tho Chineso government expressing tho belief thut the
Chinese restriction laws will soon bo
repealed, nud expressing the hope that
thu Chinoso will not retaliate against
American citizens.
ANOTHER INVASION.
Bethlehem, Pa., Sept. 11.—The
stockholders of ths Thomas Iron Co.
havo voted to sell their plant to an
English syndicate. The plant is valued
at 84,000,000.
LUCKY NUMDERS.
New Orleans, Sept. 11.-—Following nro the winning numbers in yester*
duy'a drawing: 1st,-8174; 2nd, 30530;
3rd, 09159; 4th, 27124; 5th, 33542;
(itli, 58073; 7th, 8183; 8th, 19019;
9th, 85094; 10th, 98900;  Ilth, 89328.
ALASKA SALMON.
San Francisco,   Sept.    11. - The
str. Bertha arrived from Kadrak   this
morning with 10,500 cases of  salmon.
FIVE dead.
Oakland, Sept. 11.—There has
been no additional deaths from yesterday's explosion nt the California door
and sash factory. The work of clearing the debris is in progress to-day.
Tho body of John Daly was recovered
this morning, making the number of
dead Gve. Of the injured aU will probably recover but Manuel Francis,
whoso condition is critical.
A skipper,
Loa Angeles, Sept. ,11.—A. L,
Teul, a prominent real estate and in*
surance man of this city, is missing,
and is said to havo gono to BritUh Columbia, lie has ?3,C00 belonging to
tho Madoan Traot Co., of which he
was agent, It is reported that his
other defalcations will foot up a large
sum.
THE storm over,
New York, Sept. 11.—The storm
is subsiding at Coney bland. The
scene presented to-day is one of desolation and wreckage from ono end of tho
island to tho other. The lawns at tho
Central and Manhattan hotels nre totally destroyed.
another breaker.
Qubenstown, Sept. 11.—Arrived
City of Paris. Time, 0 days, 3 hours
and 50 minutes.
SALMON VESBEL WRECKED.
San Francisco, Sept. 10.— The
bark Klectrn arrived from Nushagak,
Alaska, this morning with 28,000 oases
and 735 barrels of Balmon for the
Nushagak Canning Co. The Klectra
brought down eleven of the crew of
tho bark Wild-Wood, which loft this
port on April 17th last, and which was
stranded on the beach in Nushagak
rivor on August Oth with 30,000 cases
and 105 barrels of salmon on board,
for tho Bristol Bay Company. The
Wild-Wood is in a bad position nud
will probably be a total wreck. Capt.
Coban remained with 11 men to save
her cargo and possibly tho vessel.
Northern Logging Camp*.
Logging operations,   always an  important industry in British Columbia,
have this year  attained   proportions
greater than over before.   From a well
known logger who bas lately returned
from tlie north, The Columbian learns
that some twenty large camps are hard
at work along tho coast  between  the
Fraser river and  Port Neville,   sixty
miles above  Yuclataw rapids.    Tho
camps are widely separated.   On Howe
sound thero are 2, namely, Mcpherson's
and Gillis'; uu Jams Inlet Mr. Dint-en
is working a camp for the Moodyville
Sawmill Co.,  and  at  Grief Point is
Win. McKay's  large  camp.   Ireland
and Lcatherdale are getting out au immense number uf logs un Lewis channel.   Some nine miles above Yuclatiw
rapids is situated tho llm-tiug-i sawmill*-'
t'uuip and store.   This ia the must im-
poitiiit establishment on the  coast, it
beiug tho point of supply fur  all  the
company's camps, timber cruisers, aud
also for the  numerous  hand  loggers
working in that neighborhood.   Seven
miles from the last named camp is
Mathieson & Gilleepio's camp, where
a very large eut has been made during
the past four months,   Taylor Bros.'
camp  is in   the  same  vicinity, and
hand-loggers are working in overy bay
between the rapids and Port Neville.
On Vancouver Island King St. Casey's
establishment, near Campbell river, is
getting out an immense eut this season,
and, ten miles above,  Angus McCal-
lum'a camp is also doing good work.
AcroBB the  bay from  McOallum's  is
Say ward's camp.   Last year the out of
logs was estimated at 100,000,000 feet;
the estimated output for this year is
placed at 175,000,000 feet, an immense
increase,  but not an over-estimate.
The estimated number of men employed in connection with  these  camps is
placed at GOO, which, with the hand-
loggers Mattered along the coast, will
probably mako a grand  total of 700
men who are cutting logs for the various lumber manufacturing companies.
STANLEY CONQUERS
AU the Native Tribes and Establishes a New Government Under Emin Pasha.
The Police Admit They Have no
Clue to the Identity of the
Whitechapel Fiend.
The Sublime Porte Exiles a Good
Sou of Mahomet for Persecuting Christians.
AFTER MEXICO NOW,
Mexico, Sept. 10.—There iB a decidod movement hore ontho partof English and American capitalists in tho
direction of acquiring tho sugar estates
of Luuisiftim. Planters are here looking out for good lands, It ia announced that the famous sugar efitnt-) belonging to Sevor Mendoza Coitivn, at Qua*
(■nutlet, state of Morsloa, lias beoi:
tranafored to English and American
pai ties for $'250,000. Sugar is heiug
heavily protected by tho tariff and
planters hero have organized a trust
which lias nrtiticially raised prices.
TREASURE DISCOVERED.
St. Augtstine, Fla., Sept. 8.—
This city is excited to-day over the
discovery of a hiddon Spanish treasure
in an old houso at Bridgo and Marine
streets. Contractor J. F. Llambias
li 'd taken the job from Mance & Bro.
to tear down the house and clear away
tho rubbish. About 11 o'clock this
forenoon an old colored man, Dan
Johnson, tin ployed by Llambias, dug
up near tho foundation of the chimney
lifty-two Spanish cuius in a rusty metallic pot about ten inches deop and
two inches across tho mouth. Mr.
Manoe took possession of the coins,
though the negro who found them aur-
rendered them reluctantly. Tho
coins aro old, the latest dato being
1805, and several of them antedating
1700. Tho houso and lot are the property of an American lady of wealth
who eome years ago married one of
the nobility of Europe, and Mance will
protect her interest if nny moro coin is
unearthed, which is confidently ex*
peeted. So great was the excitement
about the premises that the police
with difficulty kopt tho crowd from
"staking out claims" in the cellar and
begin digging operations atonee. Tho
lot has been securely fenced iu and
guards nro patrolling tho enclosure tonight, To-morrow's operations aro
waited with deep interest,
Ttie Choir Concert.
The Holy Trinity choir concert last
night wbb one of unusual merit,
wonderfully free from weak points,
and on the wholo a credit to the choir
and each individual member of it.
The hall was not bo well tilled as it
might havo beeu, probably from the
fact that the price of tickets was fixed
at a higher figure than is usual for
such entertainments'in this city; atill,
thu audience was sufficiently largu to
encourage tho performers, and, on the
whole, tho proceeds of tho evening
uro considered satisfactory. Bishop
Sillitoe conducted tho singing, the
part songs, especially, giving truo
evidence of his careful tutoring. The
programme was as follows : Part 1.—
Part song, "Autnran Song," The
choir; song, "He will forgive," Mr.
Hamber; song, "Two Wings," Mrs.
Moresby; duet, "II Pescatore," Mrs.
Sillitoe aud Miss McBride; song,
"The Scout," Mr. Dockerill; song,
"White Wings," Miss McBrido; song,
"The Ferryman," Mr. Rickman ; trio,
"Memory," Mrs. Moresby, Mrs.
Sillitoe and Mrs. Wolfenden. Part
2.—Snng, "The Biver of Years," Mrs,
Sillitoe; part song, "On the Water,"
The choir; song, "When the heart is
young," Miss McBrido ; song, "Will
o' the Wisp," Mr. Dockerill; trio,
"Pertida Ohlori," Mrs. Sillitoe, Mrs,
Moresby and Miss McBride ; song,
"In old Madrid," Mr. Hamber; song,
"Marguerite," Mrs. Moresby ; part
song, "Old Daddy Long Legs," The
choir; "God savo tho Queen." The
part songs wore all admirably rendered,
the las t, "Old Daddy Long Legs," being
tho success of tho evening. Miss McBride was in excellent voice, and was
nevor heard to better advantago. Mrs
Sillitoe and Mrs. Moresby, as usual,
sang delightfully. Mr. Dockerill's
rendition was effective 'and spirited,
and Mr. Hambor's songs worethorough-
ly appreciated. Mr, Hickman, always
a favorite, sustained his good .reputation and proved himself as popular
aa ever. The trio "Memory," by Mrs.
Sillitoe, Mrs, Moresby, and Mrs,
Wolfenden. was an excellent performance.
VICTORIOUS STANLEY.
Brussels, Sept. 11.—Intelligence
has reached here from the Congo that
after great hardship and terriffic fighting, Stinley has conquered all the
tribes of the oountry lying to the east
of Albert Nyanza, and having completed their subjugation has established
a govt, with Emin Pasha in charge as
governor of the new province. At
last accounts he wu marching with his
victorious force for Mombassa on the
east coast. His arrival at Zanzibar
may be expected shortly.
ON PEACE INTENT.
London, Sept. 11.—The Servian
government has sent to its agents
abroad a circular letter authorizing
them wherever and whenever it may
be necessary to offer explanations of
the apparent warlike preparations,
with whioh Servia is charged by Bui*
garia, they are to assort her peaceful
intentions in all things, and to state
that the government is about to devote
its whole time to the economic regenerator of Servia.
tinned, when he cast his eye back ovor
the last quarter of a century, the development had been simply marvel-
Ions, especially since the union of
1875. Underlying the work of the
Presbyterian ohurch, and especially
the home mission work, thero were two
great principles. The first was embodied in the words of Christ Himself:
"Compel tbem to come in that My
house may be filled." The other principle might bo embodied in, these
words; "Bear ye one another's burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ."
Tho first principle has reference to
those that are outsido, tlie Becond is
addressed to God's children. Coming
to the church in this province, the
Presbytery of Columbia waB organized
threo years ago, in August, 1886.
There were then six ministers of the
Canadian ohurch in tho province and
throe belonging to the church of Scotland. To-day there aro sixteen laborers in connection wilh the church of
Canada and threo connected with Lho
Scottish branch. Throughout the
Northwest tho development had beon
marvellous during the last quarter of
a century.
Rev. Mr. McLaren, of Vancouver,
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Tiio Citholio uiembeJs of the labor
congress, which mot in Montreal last
week, were denounced from the pulpit of Notro Dame churoh yesterday
by Cure Sentennu, a prominent priest,
Hun, Mackenzie Bowell, minister
of customs, reached Winnipeg, Monday, from Ottawa, accompanied by
Deputy Minister Parmalee. Ho will
tike teams Htid drivo along tho boundary Hue ns fur ns AlcLeod, fur tho purpose of ascertaining what measures
will bo neoeisary to prevent smuggling
frum Dakota uid Montana, It is tho
intention of the government to imtke
a complete change in (lie present cut*
touts system along tlio boundnry.
From McLeod Mr. Bowell will go to
Calgary and thence prooccd to tho
const.
T. G. Slmughuessy, assistant general
manager of the Canadian Pacific Hallway, has been appointed assistant
president. He loft for England yesterday to contract for three steamers
of 5,500 tons, to steam 18 knots, for
the Pacific mail service for China and
Japan. They aro to be of tho same
model and design as the North German Lloyd steamer Lohu, to cost 81,-
000,000 each and bo delivered in Vancouver in 18 months. Mr. Van Horne
says that nothing short of universal
disaster will prevent the company
from earning 820,009,000 next year,
88-000.0C0 net, or equal to 6 per
cont. ou tho capital.
The nows of the defeat of O'Connor
fell liko a thunderclap in Toronto.
Ever since Hanlan won the cup, the
notoriety of Canada's queen city as the
schooling place for oarsmen became
world-wide. Lobal sports have been
attempting to bring out another man
who would excel Hanlan, Beach and
others. They found their man in
O'Connor, His ensy victories over
Teemer, Gaudaur and other American
scullers greatly strengthened thoir confidence, and Whon O'Connor started
for England thoir expectations for a
complete victory were most sanguine.
There was great oxcitement over the
result. Speoial editions of several
papers woro on tho streets by 10
o'olock. It is estimated that tho Toronto mon droped  fully 830,000.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
A FAMOUS SHOT DEAD.
Paris, Sept. 11.—Ira Paine, the
celebrated American marksman, unequalled with the shotgun, rifle, pistol
or revolver, died this morning at Hotel
Du Bresile.
NO CLUE,
London, Sept, 11.—Tho police today acknowledge that they have not a
single elue as to the murderer uf the
latest Whitechapel victim. The woman remains unidentified.
/     DEAD.
London, Sept. It-Hen. W.J. W.
Fitzwlliam, member of parliament for
Peterborough, is dead.
THE RIGHTEOUS PORTE.
Constantinople, Sept. 10.—It is
reported that the porte lias concluded
to dispose of the trial in the case of
Moussa Bey, oharged witli cruelty to
the Armenian Christiana, and (o exile
him. Moussa declares that he will
uot tamely submit to this treatment,
and haa threatened to produce letters
from Turkish governors urging him to
the depredations with whicli he ia
charged, with a view to mutual profit.
MASSING TROOPS.
Vienna, Sept 10.—Confirmatory
advices havo been received concerning
the reported massing of large forces of
Russian troops in Armenia on the
Russo-Turkish frontier.
JUDGES IMPRISONED.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 10.—The entire bench of judges of the district circuit in the department of Riga have
been arrested by order of the government. They are accused of persistent*
ly using the German language on the
benoh, after they have received orders
from St. Petersburg to use the Russian only.
AMERICAN SYMPATHY.
London, Sept. 10.—At a meeting
of the striking workmen, held at
Tower Hill to-day, Tillet, one of the
laborers on strike, and founder of the
dook laborer*,' union, addressed tho
strikers. He said he believed that
the mediation of Cardinal Manning between tho men and the employees
would result in an early settlement of
the question in dispute between them.
John Burns announced the receipt of
a number of subscriptions from Australia for the benefit of the striken-.
Heeiid the workmen of America for*
warded sentiment and sympathy
enough to encircle the globe if it was
committed to paper, but not a single
oent to relieve the wants of their fellow workmen, He was ashamed of
the organized workmen of America.
PRESBYTERY OF COLUMBIA.
flBiunari- af the PrMKltsgs et the two
Day Sessions and of the Public Con*
terrace but Night.—Kext Meet*
lag at Kamloops.
At the Presbyterian conference yes-
teroay afternoon tho time was mainly
taken up by the discussions on the
circulars issued for financial schemes
connected with tho churoh, and ap*
pointing standing committees, the two
principal of whioh aro the financial
committeo, composed of Rev. John
Chishulm, J. K, Wright and R. Jamieson: and the temperance committee,
Revs. T. Scouler, D, Fraser, J. K.
Wright, D. O. McMorm ahd Hon.
John Robson.
THE EVEN1NO CONFERENCE.
Pursuant to announcement, an opon
conference of the Presbytery was held
last night in St. Andrew's churoh, bB*
ginning at 8 o'clock. All the ministers
and elders attending the Presbytery
session were present and a consider*
able numbor of the publio, mostly
members of the congregation, besides,
Tho meeting was opened by singing,
followed by prayer by Rev. Mr. Tait,
of Langley, who was also the chairman
of the ovening aud introduced the
varions ministers who were to speak
upon the different subject*! to come bo-
fore the conference. The chairman
stated that it was the desire of the
Preabytory to awaken a genoral interest in the work of the churoh, home
and foreign, and it was with this object
the subjects which would be discussed
were brought before the conference.
Rev. Mr. Fraser, of Victoria, was
then introduced and spoxe briefly, but
interestingly on home missions. It
was more than a quarter of a century
since ho had first become connected
with home mission work in Ontario,
and it had been his lot to labor among
mission presbyteries all his life, ln all
his experience he did not know that he
bad ever been engaged in work more
truly interesting than the work in this
province. The Presbyterian ohurch in
Canada was engaged in a great work
amongst new and diverse olements,
When tho success that was attending
the work was considered, there was
every reason to thank God for His
bleuing upon it,
was next called on, and gave a graphic
sketch of the foreign mission field. He
had listened with the greatest interest
to the ftriking account they had just
heard of the development of the home
mission work. Two congregations 18
years ago, between Lake Ontario and
the Rocky Mountains, as against 400
now, was certainly an inspiring record.
There was no injustice in saying that
20 years ago the Canadian Presbytorian
ohuroh knew comparatively little of
foreign mission work, but tho speaker
showed that all was different now aud
that the ohuroh was doing a great work
in all lands.
Rev. Mr. Robb, of Chilliwaok, was
the next speaker and he dwelt upon
the question of Sabbath observance,
mentioning the different forms of Sab*
bath desecration. As a remedy he
thought that Sabbath observance
should be more impressed upon con-
gregations and taught in tho Sabbath
schools, and by parents to thoir child*
ren, and that Sabbath breakers should
be spoken to about the sin and loss to
themselves in desecrating tho Sabbath.
Rev. Mr. Jaffray, of tho Nortii Arm,
also spoke briefly on this subjoc. He
had noticed that many young men,
otherwise apparently moral and of good
lives, seemod to think it no harm to go
on hunting, fishing, or pleasure excursions on the Lord's day. Thu speaker
drew an i Uut tra tion from tho dyked
lands of the North Arm, and cu-upared
this sort of Sabbath breaking b that of
the paesers-by kicking holes in a dyko
and eventually letting in tho gi cut sea
of worldlincss and sin. Defr ro wo
could expect good Sabbath obet rvanco
laws and their en force ment, the church
and Christians generally and in lividu*
ally must cultivate aud man fast a
great reverence and regard foe tne day.
Rev. Mr. Wright, of Spallumchcen-
who had very rccontly como to the
province and was engaged in mission
work iu tho interior, tliis boing his first
meeting with tho Presbytery of Oolumbia, was called on to speak on tUo subject of systematic beneticenci,, but,
owing to the lateness of the hour, ho
said he could not begin to do the subject justioe, and he was sure thu audience would gladly excuse him.
The meeting closed with tho Du.v-
ology and benediction.
WEDNESDAY'S SESSION.
Today's session of the Presbyteiy
opened this morning at 9 o'olock,
the moderator, Rev. Mr. Tait, of
Langley, in tho chair. Present, Revs.
T. Scouler, R, Jamieson, city; D. Fraser, P. McF. McLeod, Victoria; A.
Dunn, Whannock; G. D. McLaren,
Vancouver; John J. Jaffray, Noith
Arm; J. K. Wright, Spallumcheeu;
J. Chisholm, Kamloops; W. 11. Ross,
Chilliwhaok; J. Miller, Nanaimo.
Rev. Mr. Chisholm gave a very interesting account of a visit of exploration through tho Okanagon and Kettle
River districts. A lengthy discussion
occurred as to the appointing of the
Reverend Dr. Warren, late of tho
Cumberland Presbyterian church, aa a
member of tho Presbytery. Dr. Warren had presented his credentials, bnt
explained that his diplomas of college
training and education had nil been,
unfortunately, consumed at tho burning of his house, He had, however,
made efforts to obtain copies of nit
those documents, although the search
was attended with great difficulty. Dr.
Warren was asked to supply tho Delta -
and accepted the nomination.
The Rev. Mr, Fraser was appointed
to visit the mission fields of the province, and Rev. Mr, McLeod to dispense
the communion at Alberni next Sunday.
Each minister present was fully instructed with regard to getting the petitions for Sabbath* observance signed
by their congregations, Tho Ruv, Mr.
McLeod made a strong appeal for the
energetic handling of these petitions,
and said they must be all in beforo tho
15th of December noxt. Ho also reflected hoavily on the present composition of tho provincial government.
All tho reverend gentlemen present
took away copies of tho petition, with
full instructions.
This being all tho buainess for transaction by tho conference, tbe moderator announced that the next meeting
of tho Prosbytoiy would tiko place at
Kamloops, December Hth, 1839, end
aftor pronouncing tho benediction tho
conference came to an end.
Most of the members partook of the
hospitality of the Rev, Mr. and Mrs.
Scouler.
CORRESPONDENCE.
"Another Caaadlan" Breaks Ago In.
Editor Columbian.--Having been tho
writer of the correspondence signed "An*
other Canadian," allow mo to say that
the first issue of your Church street co*
temporary, under the new directors, was
an insult to every loyal Britiih Bubjeot.
Vory strange that the leading spirit ln
that new venture could not find any
other subject by which to Introduce himself to the publio but a prediction of the
near dissolution of the British Empire,
the humiliation of the present royal tarn-
" , and a vindication of Uncle Sam's •
Sutioal conduct in Behring Scs. Divine
ithsays that "Out of the abundance
of tho heart the mouth speakcth." Tho
only way to stop treason Is to snub it at
once, Another Canadian.
Chief Justice Gait has delivered
judgment  doclining to dissolve the injunction restraining the Victoria col*
.      ..   lege senate from removing tho college
The speaker eon-1 from Cobourg to Toronto. DAILY JUUTiSH OOMJMBlAiN, HEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SEPTEMBER 11, 1889.
THE   DAILY   COLUMBIAN
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Bwerj AftermMs except assdar,
BY THS
-cssrxT'Ei'D'ar    bbotheeb,
At their Steam  Printing Establishment, Oolumbla Street.
BY   MAIL:
Por 13 months ,. (6 00
Pot 8 months 3 25
For 8months....-.-..,.-.......-, SOO
DELIVERED IK THE CITY:
Por 12 montbs _ > **7 50
For 6 months 4 00
For 3 months.. , , 2 2i
Per montb -.,-.     76
Per week „ „      J5
Payment In all oases (exoept for weekly
rate) to be made tn advance
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
■mined every WednehtUj- naming.
Mailed, per year, „ 2,00
Mailed, 6 months „., 1.2"
gailg fritiffh (Eolumbian
Wednesdar Evening, Sept. ll, me.
To-day we publish the now Southern Itailway bonus by-law, which
will be voted on by tho ratepayers
after the usual period of publication.
It will bo noticed that the by-law
contains soveral references to n certain agreement between the city mid
the rtilway company which is de*
positi tl with the city clerk. This
agreement is not quite roady for
publication, but it will bo published
in tt day or two, for tho information
oftho ratepayers, as tho by-law
coii Id hardly be voted upon intelligently otherwise. Wo have not yet
see i the agreement ourselves, and
col not, therefore, say whether tho
cor di'ions that are generally deemed
to be desirable have boen embodied
in it   Before the  day of  voting,
act in question was right and constitutional." No doubt it was. But
if the government had decided to
veto the bill would not their course
havo been equally constitutional?
They had the constitutional right to
veto or not to veto, and whether
they decided to disallow or ratify
the bill, the "constitutionality" of
their courso could not be called in
question, Tho question as to
whether the decision of the government was right or wrong is and will
continue to be a matter of opinion,
so that tho post-mortem opinion of
tho law officers of the crown, over
which the Tory organs are cackling
eo loudly, really amounts to nothing.
It came too lato to be of any force
in determining the government's
action, and why it was asked for is
a mystery. Did any sano person
imagine that tho two second-rate
members of tho British cabinet, -who
fill tho positions of attorney-general
nnd solicitor-general, would tako
upon themselves tho responsibility
of condemning tho course takon by
tho government of Canada with respect to a matter of Canadian publio
policy 1"	
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
A writer in Good Words says;
A singular usago prevails among tho
British people of Sumatra which requires a man to marry if possible
his maternal cousin, and perhaps in
this intermarriage within blood relationship is found the explanation
that the women look so prematurely
old.
On the first day of  every month
_    the Maharajah Dhuleep Singh used
however, every ratepayer will  have   to place himself on one  scale of  a
an   opportunity  of  obtaining  the   weighing machine while  the  other
ful'est possible information on all
points connected with tho important
matter of the Westminster Southern
Railway, and each ratepayer should
interest himself sufficiently in the
question to come to his own decision
in the matter and cast an intelligent vote in what ho con-
coives to be tho city's best interests, and, incidentally, his own.
It will be a matter of general satisfaction that the ratepayers will have
the opportunity so soon of definitely
settling the Southern Bailway question. May they appreciate their
responsibility, weigh well, and act
wisely.	
Considerable   pressure  had been
brought to bear upon tho Dominion
government to induce that body to
have tlio question of the constitutionality of the Jesuits' estates uct
submitted to the supremo court of
Canada or to tho judicial committeo
of the Imperial privy council j but,
as it sort of half-way measure, the
government referred the question to
the law officors of   tho   crown, Sir
Richard Webster, of Parnell commission famo, attorney-general, and
Sir Eil ward Clark, solicitor-genera],
Thoso legal luminaries have recently
reported on the question, in effect
that the act iu question was intra
vires of, the Quebec legislature and
perfectly constitutional.   Very few
doubted it, while many have questioned, and do still question, tho
political   morality of  the measure.
The diverse comments of two eastern Canadian journals, of pronounced
Tory and Grit proclivities respectively, on the finding of tho law officers
of tho  British crown, will bo read
witii   interest.   This is what  the
Toronto Empire has to say: "Those
win i have been disputing the propriety of tbo Canadian authorities
allowing the Quebec legislation regarding the Jesuits' estates to go
intr- operation, havo constantly expressed their strong desiro that the
que-ti'in should be referred to the
law oiHcors of the crown of England
or to the judicial committee of the
privy oouncil, and  many of  them
hav.: f :*ankly expressed their willingness-- to aooept a decision thus obtained.    They have  now seen the
aoci-nv.-lishment of their desire. Tho
law ofiicers of the crown at Westmin ite r can have no exception taken
to them as a weighty and independent   authority.   Standing  in the
foru unit   rank of  their profession,
and versed in the consideration of
loga: and public questions, they have
no political ends to serve, have no
locu    or   personal bias to influence
thom  in forming an unprejudiced
judgment in this matter.   To their
fitm sn to form and express an opinion is added the weight of their absolute neutrality.   That they should
havo   pronounced   in favor of  the
course of the Canadian authorities
will  hu very generally nccepted as
conclusive—ub a culmination of tho
approval   expressed   by   tho overwhelming majority of the popular
houso und by tho personal representative of our sovereign. Many whose
feelings as to tho objectionable nature of the measure influenced tbem
evon unconsciously against a calm
consideration as to the constitutionality of tho act, will not hesitate to
defer to this authoritative and independent conclusion.   For those who
are not ready lo -smash' confederation   tho   discussion as a practical
question is now settled definitely."
The Ottawa Free Press has an altogether different plaint.   Tho truth
will be found to lie (strango that it
should, but it docs sometimes) somewhere between tho two.   Says the
Free Press: "Tho Dominion government   firet decided  to ratify the
Jesuit bill and then askod for an
opinion   from   tho officers  of the
crown as to the wisdom or propriety
of their decision I   It is alleged that
at a certain period in Scotland's history it was customary to hang men
accused of crime and afterwards to
hear  evidence  as to whether they
* wero guilty or not guilty.   Such a
proceeding is paralleled by tho course
of tlie federal ministers in dealing
with   the Jesuit  estates net.   Sir
Richard Webster and Sir Edward
Clark, to whom the matter whs secretly referred, say that  in  their
opinion "tbo decision arrived et by
the governor-generul not to interfere
with the operation of the provincial
was loaded with oil, flour, butter,
piecos of metal and other productions
in succession, of oach a quantity
equal to tho weight of the king.
These articles were then distributed
as alms among the poor, whilst the
king attended to his religious duties.
The banks of tho United Kingdom, numbering 380, have deposited
with them 900 millions sterling belonging to their customers, aud it is
calculated that a quarter of this vast
amount will never be claimed.
Numbers of persons deposit money
without any intimation of the fact
to their friends and then disappear
from the scene, A large revenue is
derived from notes burned, lost nt
sea, or otherwise destroyed,
VOLUME VIL—NO. 69.
lOPriiXM
Miss Prhbleis
WILI. HOLD A
BAZAAR and FANCY FAIR
3ml, 3rd aud 4th of October.
I0ST HIEJ^ F^BIMISEIS oxl COZj-CTsX^BI-^ ST.
The store will bo illuminated with Chineae Lanterns and thrown open to the
[mblic from 8:30 a. in*, till 11 p. m. Tlio store has been enlarged and is now 70 feet
ong. Ah ORCHESTItONE and other valuable articles wilt be raffled for at the
close of thb Bazaar.
NOTE THE ADDRESSi-Coluinbia Street, opposite the
Bank of Montreal. se3dwim
I. fi. STRICKLAND & CO.
Mill, MMn£ ana Agncnlinral Haduneir
We have the Largest ami Finest Stock ok
CARRIAGES, PHAETONS, HANDY MARKET & CHURCH WACONS
IK THE MARKET. All OUR RIGS ARE FULLY GUARANTEED.
Iteiinirs of all kinds neatly nud promptly done.
F. C. STRICKLAND & CO.
selldiv Webster's Building, Westminster, B, C.
Tho twenty-six letters of the
alphabet may bo transposed G20,*
448, 401, 733, 939, 439, 300,, 000
times, according to the calculations
of a statistician. All the inhabitants of the globe, ou a rough calculation, could not, in a thousand millions of years, write tho transpositions of tlio twenty-six letters, even
supposing tlmt each wrote forty
pages daily, each of which pages
lontaiued forty different transpositions of the letters, This is tiresome
even to think of.
There exists a little ivory painting of Gladstone, now at Hawarden
Oastle, which was executed in 1811.
It depicts the future statesman and
premier as a chubby littlo fellow,
some two years of age, sitting at
tho knee of a little girl clad in a
nymph-like costume—his sisterwho,
afterwards died. One little finger
points towards a book which lies
open on his sister's knee, from which
he is supposed to bo learning his
lettors. His faoe is raised, and his
large, expressive eyes are directed
inquiringly to the beholder.
According to the estimate recently
made by the Vienna Seed Congress,
there will bo a shortage of 124,000,-
000 bushels in the European wheat
crop this year as compared
with that of last year, and of 71,-
500,000 bushels as compared with
tho averago for the preceding five
years. This is not as great a deficiency as was estimated earlier in
tho season, but it is large and probably somewhat below the mark. In
computing it an average crop has
been allowed the United Kingdom,
but it is probablo that the recent
heavy rains in England just beforo
harvest have done great damage,
and that the yield there may bo
largely diminished in consequence.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at tho Columbian office, Prices will be
found as low as at any other office in
the province. —Adv.
POE^ALE.
HOUSE AND LOT oss Halifax Htreet.
I'rlce, UW.  Applyto
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WANTED.
A  GIRL TO DO GENERAL H0U8E-
Work,  Apply to Mrs. E. A. .Iciins,
GIRL
rpo di
1   All]
WANTED
DO   GENERAL  HOUSEWORK.-
inly to
MRS. JAS. OUNNINQHAM,
WANTED.
ONE   THOUSAND   CORDS   OEDAR
Holts, four to seventeen /eet long.—
TAKEN  AWAY.
A' VALUABLE HEAVY BAMBOO
Cano, marked In largo letters K.H.M.-
whs tnken from the Bar of the Colonial
Hotel Monday night. The gentleman who
has ItlHrequestouto return It nt once to
the proprietor of tho hotel
(Iseiolo
BUSINESS NOTICE
T HAVE THIS DAY TAKEN INTO
1 partnership E. W. McIknieh aud in
ful tin; the business will be conducted under the name and stylo of A, A V_. W.
MolNPlBk A. MoINNIES.
WE WISH TO NOTIFY THE PUHLIO
thai we have ro-openod In tho NEW
STORE, tttt.vm.et Columbia A Douglas Kl...
with a nill and select line of
Groceries A Provisions
Soliciting a conttssnassoo of tlietmlsllo
palronas-o.       A. A E. W. McINKTES.
Now West., August M880. slauoyl
A.   DesBRISAY,
Corner Colum'*1"- and Blackie Streets,
OP?. ti. P. 11. STATION,
General Griii I Provision Merchant
SIII.SOTBD
Teas, Coffees, Spices, Butter, Eggs, Cheese,
Dried Meats, Canned Goods, Fruits
and Confectionery.
JAMES D. RAE
[SUCCESSOR TO D.  McFHADENJ,
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FIRST-CLASS
Groceries and Provisions
j-*F* WS MS MM <*,     *_0_x ed m
Coffee* Boasted anil Ground on tlio Promises.   Fino Teas a Specialty,
ilwly — —OOLUMBIA STREET      ■ ■
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Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT  ratVEVOUN I.V GENERAL.    FRESH AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
J-STSnccial lines quoted for the shipping trade.   Family orders strictly attended
to.   Hotels -vill find it to their interest to place their orders with the nlsos-e Ann.
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN «&"REICHENBA0H,
(SUCCESSORS TO W. D. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
llanis, Baeoii, Sausage, Bolognas, Etc
tlnolyl
Children Cryfor Pitcher''Castoria
Tho abovo brand of Chemically Puro WHITE LEAD is mixed
and ground to an impalpable fineness by a now process invented nnd
controlled by us.   The Lead is snow-white, works easy undor tlso brush,
antl covers a greater surfaco than Loads ground in the old way,
THE WILLIAM JOHNSON CO.,
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This Paint is a rich brown
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IN THE WORLD,
covers double the surface,
looks better, and lasts longer than the best lead and
oil paint manufactured,
TO PURCHASERS.
THE LIS PENDENS PLACED ON MY
properly by Hole nnd Corbould A Me*
Coll litis beon removed.
dftUtto MRS. EMMA OOLD,
For Hire.
TWO OR THREE TEAMS OP STRONG
WORKING HORSES.
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N1
NOTICE.
OTIOB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
, Hlxtydavs nfter date we Intend to
apply to tbo Oblef Commissioner of Lnnds
and Worka for leave to purohtwe tbo following lnnds, Kltunto hi the District of
New WcHt.mlnHtcr, and described ns follows; Low ono hundred and thfrly-ono
11311, one hundred nnd tliirty-flvo IIJJS],
one hundred and thlrly-nlx [13(11, ono nun-
iiTcd nnd thirty-eight [1881. and ono hundred nnd forty-one [141], ln Group Ono of
wild lilHlricl, containing eight hundred
noroB, more or lonn.
Dated loth Hcpleinbar,188il.
ANDREW LEAMY,
dHclo-2m J. ll. GILLESPIE.
." 1 lllfllH -,
 OF THE	
B. 0. Agricultural Association Exhibition
 TO BE HELD AT	
NEW WESTMINSTER CITY,
October 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 1889.
DIVISION A.
Classes 0, IS, 27 anil 36.   The prize is increased to ",  $30 00
DIVISION C.
class.                                   OXFORD DOWNS.                        1st 2nd
17 Best Ram ono year old and upwards $10 00 §5 00
18 "      "   Lamb    8 00 3 00
10   "   Pen of 3 Ewos ono year old assd upwards    7 00 5 00
20 "     " of 3 Ewe Lambs    5 00 4 00
SHEEP-MERINO.
21 Best Ram ono year old and upwards  10 00 is 00
22 "      "   Lnmb    0 00 8 00
23 "   Poll of 3 Ess'cs ono year old antl upwards    7 00 G 00
21   "      " of 3 Ewo Lambs    5 00 100
DIVISION D.
cuss.                                         SUFFOLK.                             1st 2nd
18 Best Boar ono yoar old and upwnrds ,... .$10 00 &s 00
10 "   Breeding; Sow in farrow at tho mooting or that lias boon
within six months    7 00 4 00
20 ','   Pen of two Sows, of the sasne litter, undor 12 months    0 00 3 00
21 "   Boar undor ono year old    0 00 3 00
DIVISION E.
class.                                 ORNAMENTAL FOWLS.                   1st 2od
75 Best pair Pea Fowls S 3 00 82 00
76 "     ".   Guinea Fowls    2 00 1 00
77 "    "   English Pheasants    1 00 50
78 "    "  Mongolian Pheasants    100 50
79 "    "  Whito Turkeys, not to bo entered for uny othor prize.   2 00 100
Oss page 53 iu Prize List, amongst Spooial Prizes, H, M. Cunningham & Co.
should read5 entries instead of 15.
DIVISION L.
class.                                    CUT FLOWERS.                         1st 2nd
58 Best 6 Rose S 1 00
50   "   Collection of Dahlias    100
60   "   Bridal Bouquet    100
01 "   Wreath or Cross    100
02 "   Six Rex Begonias    1 00
63 "   Wator Color, Floral    2 00 8100
64 ' Landscape or Marino     2 00 100
65 "      "        "    StillLifo    200 100
60   "      "       "    Portrait    2 00 100
07   "      "        "     Collection    5 00 3 00
68 '•     Oil       "     Floral    2 00 100
69 "      "       "    Landsoapo or Marine •.   2 00 100
70 Still lifo    200 100
71 "      "       "    Portrait    2 00 100
72 "      "        "   Collection    5 00 3 00
73 "   Decorative Pointing    2 00 1 00
74 "   Modeling or Wood Carving    2 00 100
75 "   llmid.-mintcd China    2 00 100
70 "   RepoiSBfio or Hammered Brass Work    2 00 1 00
77 "   Oil Painting, Children under 15 years    2 00 1 00
78 "   Crayon Landscape ,    2 00 100
79 "       "     Portrait    2 00 1 00
80 "   Collection Cabinet Photos (plain)    3 00 1 50
81 •'          "           "          "     (colored)    3 00 150
Undor Classes 47 and 40 of this Division the prizes should bo SO and S3, not
$3,81.50nud S3.
OLASS.                                         DIVISION N.                              1st 2nd
11 Best Rick Rack Crochet 3 1 00 ' S   50
12 "   Crochet Lira     1 00 00
13 "   Collection Knitted Lace    0 00 3 00
14 "   Honlton Lace     100 60
15 "   Point Laco     100 50
10   "   collection Laco      4 00 2 00
17 "   Darned Net     100 00
18 "   Applique Work     150 75
19 "   Crewel Work     1 00 50
20 "   Outline Work     1011 00
21 "   Rick Hack, Sown     1 00 50
22 "   Cheiio)- Work, hand-ssiado    1 00 50
23 "   Crazy Work     100 50
24 "   Braiding ou Wool     1 00 50
20 Cotton '     100 50
20   "   Historic Picture, raised wool svork    3 00 -2 QD
OLASS.                                          DIVISION P.                              1st 2nd
33 Best Bunch Sawn Shingles. S i 00 SI 00
34 "      "     Shaved Shingles    2 00 100
class.                                      DIVISION Q.                            1st 2nd
4 Best Arascinc Work   f  Not competing for any other  I.  §2 00 SI 00
5 "   Chonillo Work \       class in this Division.        J    2 00 100
Class No. 1 altered to read S3 and §2.
CLASS.                                         DIVISION T.                              1st 2nd
7 Best Carriage Afghan S 1 00 8   50
SPECIAL PRIZES.                         1st 2nd
Geo. D. Bryinnoi'-Bcat Collection Bottled Fruit and Jellies S 7 00 S3 00
Kennedy Bros—Best Collection of Grain grown in the Provinco by
Exhibitor, 1st prize, 810 cash anil the Daily Columbian for one
yonr; 2ad prize, SO cash and the Daily Columbian for ono year
.Daily Columbia,,, 88)  18 00 13 00
1'. Peoblcs—Best Broad by lady not competing for other prize, ono
Dominion Wiro Mattress, valuo    7 50
x-____.stxi:xo_ta-e__xtxj_-_\
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(Lath of Eno la no;
Corner of Ohurch and Columbia Stroetj-.
NEW WESTMINSTER
•w-Sfttisfacl'ou gnamnteetl.    tXwtelte
?wrpKaE'e.
Columbia and Church Streets.
Alex. Hamilton,
PROPRIETOR.
CROSS & POINGDESTRE,
Wholesale and Retail
TOBACCONISTS
CIIOICK DRANDS OP
IMPORTED  CIGARS,
Finest Cigarettes,
Fancy Imported PIPES, VOUCHES, 01-
IIARETTE CASES, ETC.
Choioe Smoking Tobacoo
Thompson's Old Photo Gallery,
Plants for Sale!
 AT Tit I"	
Douglas Street Nursery,
rVBDKIW TAKEN FOU FRUIT AND
U ORNAMENTAL TIIEK8, Including
all tho lending vai-f-ttlcfi of
Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries,
•—ALSO	
HMAM FBI-ITS of overy doscrl pi lon.
BonqnelH- Wraiths mid (ira-MCit imulo
lo order.
dd-v»p3yl P. LATHAM.
Corbett & Kennedy,
MAHUFACTUHKIt-S  OF
TIN, C0PPER& SHEET-IRON
■VT_&.__l_m.
ifebsteb's bmh'k (ui'*htaii!8),
Front Strebt-      Nkw Wkstminbtkr,
avinq just opened in the
_ above line, wo renpuutfully nolicltn
sliuro of tho trade, anil trtmt liy rniTfiil
nttentlon to onlora and inmU'riilo aliiu-gRH
to merit tho namo. IBjiperlenoed work-
mon: Bttuifttctlott Btiarameod.
ENllmntOHfiiriilHlKidfnrOfllvnnl'ieil Iron
Cornice, ltonflnjr, PHimblliir. ('iiN-lllling,
Mteam and Hot Wntor Ilentftig, Ao,
■jr Kntrnnco to prem'twa on Mnry St.,
ln rear of Bonk of R, c, -iwiii hVLo
-ENTOTIO-Ei.
NOTICE   lft HEREBY OIVEN THAT
till uocnuuts duo   tho undersigned
thut; lire im-.nld on .September Ifilh will
bo hnii'led Io my solicitors for collodion.
dticbUl 1>. MePHADEN.
New Westminster Boys* Scliool
APPLICATIONS, WITH SUCH TE8TI-
moTihils us may he avulliible,wlll bo
received from walk teachers only, until Thursday evening, lllth September
Instttut.fnr dio position of First Assistant
of tho Hoys'School. H'ilnry* $05 per month.
Address, JOHN McKENZIE,
Seo'y School Bonrd,
New Westminster,
Sth September, 1830.     seOiltd
— T EC 33] -
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWAItTs-f OASII, PROPRIETORS
J. <J. WILSON, • MANAGED.
Kates, $1,00 mill tyl.SO-tur lliiy,
ACCOSiniKO TO SIOOM.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OR MONTH,
Ktr Parties ssipplloil wills all klnils of
IOB-OllEAM, slinyJ.mil
Farmers, Attention I
THU UNDERSIGNED HAS
FOE  SALE
 AT—
Chilliwack, B. C.
31 Farm Wagons.
18 Kuck Itonrds.
1 S-tnn wnll mntclicil 4-ycnr old
Illnck Horses,
ii Single Driving Hovsiis.
0 ''owi nnd Calves.
10 Hriiil Steers.
1 Trotting Wiij-on.
sT2T A Full Lino of Coolfing Stoves,
Uontlng Stoves, Tinware, Hurtlwnro,
Groceries, Ory Gooils, Notions, Crook-
cry & Stonownro, Clothing, Hivta k Cnps,
Drssgs, Farm Implements, Houso Furnishings, Furnituro, and tlio Largest Lino
of Boots and Shoes ahovo Westminster
and the most Completo Stock of General
Morohnndlso.
COMI'l   AND   liXAMINE   AND 1)1!
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS,
JyKkUkwSm
■CtO    TOI
HILAR & CO,
Cheap Cooking Stoves & Ranges!
DONT FORGET THE ADDRESS:
- o ZS>    _* O s
SAMUEL MELLARD,  •  CHILLIWHACK,
Whom uc have appointed our sole agent for our celebrated
Stoves in tliat district. Mr. Mcllard will supply our Stoves at
New Westminster prices. dwnoiyi
TUB SI'ACE BELONGS TO
I. T. READ & OO.
HAIIinVARI! MERCHANTS.
UGGIES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A (-AH-IjOAU OF
Pell, Bice Coil-spring ilclanglilan'
MJ «G2- 83 M MS
 AL3Q	
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
_£ig~ The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.^!
■i-vap-tr     "Pteici db Cf-u.-rx*i©n
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Strciit, _Se\v Westminster.
II
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS & all tindsof Woolen Ooods
READY-MADE CLOTH ING.
l__W Tlio only House on tlie Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize 1 :ome
Industry. dmhjotc
ROYAL CITY
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MANUPAinT*'*'!:.' AM> M.ALKI'S IN
All KiiKls of Rongli and Dressed LnmliBr
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SAU0N BOXES, lET FLOATS, TRAYS,
-JUSTS All icx-stds OB
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Do'-si's,   Frames.   Windows,
Mouldings. Balusters.
Blinds. Brackets.
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
Vancouver Hit; Foundry I Machine Works Co,
( iimitb** )
Engineers, Boiler Makers, and Iron and Brass Founders
HAVING (IBEATI.Y INCREASED THEIR PREMISES AND MA01IIN-
ory, sire in a position to sissdortsskn tlso consts-uotlon sissil repairs of Hlsrlno
mul Ntiitloimry Engines! nml llssllors, Milling. Mining nml Cannery
IHucliliiei'}', as woll as <'nsl Incs ami Forglllgs of ovory doaorsjitiosi.
Eslimiid's given i nil work giuirnntccd.
D. CARTMEL, A. MoKELVIE,
ClEKKIlAI. MANAUBII. ll\VJU7'o MusjBAKIl'AL MASAOIill, TOI.TJME VII.-NO. 62.
DAILY BRITISH OOLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTEB, B. 0„ SEPTEMBER 11, 1889.
'LOST PEOPEBTY OFFICE.
An Institution of Great Benefit to
Thoughtless Persons.
J A l'lucB Whlthev Aro ilronght tho Flotsam nml Jetsam  of London mid IU
Suburbs — Queer Articles Found ln
Cabs, Cars and Omnlbuaei.
The majority of articles left hy their owners in publio carriages consists of suoh
things as umbrellas, sticks, handbags,
wraps, cigar eases and opera and field
glasses. It is easy to understand, says tbe
London Times, how such small items of
personal impedimenta as these may be left
behind, especially after dark, for although
" some of the better olass of hansoms now
carry inside lamps tbls luxury has not yet
been extended ti the greater proportion of
them or to any of the four-wheeled cabs.
But it fs astonishing to find what a number
of really valuable properties have heen left
In cabs during the lost few years. The following is a list of some of the principal
ones, with tbe values on whioh tho rewards
to the drivers were based: A bag of jewelry, valued at £1,600, and another at
£1,000; a case containing £1,000 in Bank of
England notes; a diamond necklet, valuo
£1,000; a diamond tiara worth £860; several
packets of bonds valuedat £8,000, £1,600and
£1,000 respectively; Bilvor plate weighing 1,034 ounces, valued at £240; a
parcel of bank notes for £380, and
n timorous other Items of the same
nature, but rathor loss valuable. * Of
courso all tho articles and properties just
named were claimed by the owners, the
drivers of the cabs in which tbey were
found receiving pecuniary Towards; but,
although it oan not bo said that the sums
paid them woro Inadequate, they certainly
cun not be considered excessive. Thus, for
the diamond tiara, valued at £860, tbe reward was £36. In cases, however, where
bank noteB or bags of gold are deposited
tho sums awarded are properly based upon
j a considerably higher scale. vfa.
r Tho most valuable deposit was made some
few years ago, when a thoughtless clerk,
j belonging to a bank situated not a hundred
I yards from Scotland Yard, left notes and
securities amounting to several thousand
i pounds In a cab that he discharged at tho
door of the hank. Within two minutes of
being paid his fare the driver had deposited
them In tho Lost Property Office. It is a
nico point in ethics whether, ob the cab-man
know to whom tho proporty belonged, ho
was justified in taking it to the Lost Property Department. Self-interest, however,
nud n literal interpretation of tho statute on
the -subject outweighed any conscientious
-scruples tho cnb-driver may have had on
that score, and the result to him, at all
events, was satisfactory, as he received a
reward sufficiently large to enable him to
stmt, as a small cab proprietor with a couplo
of horses and a "hansom" cab.        •>-■,■-■
It may seem n strango assertion to make,
but it is nevertheless truo, that the owners
of somo of the articles found in cabs have
been by no moans anxious to claim them.
Indeed, some of their misfortunes in life
have bean directly traceablo to a momentary forgotf olness on thoir part when leaving one of those useful vehicles. Stowed
awny in tho pigeon-holes of tho Metropolitan Police Department aro to ho found documents and lotters which, being taken to
the Lost Property Offlce, gave a timely
warning to tbo police of some intended
fraud or outrage, cleared up a doubtful
clew, or possibly led to tho arrest of a
swindler who had long been preying upon
.ho credulity of the public If rumor is to bo
jelloved- even somo police officers themselves have not tbe pieasantest recollections
Df some unfortunate lapses of memory
which wero tbo means of bringing to light
papors (left by them in cabs) tbat wero
never intended for tho oyes of their official
superiors. Tho Lost Proporty Offlco, too,
has boon tho seen a of many an unfortunato
recoil ter. It would bo difficult to do justico
to ttie feelings of tbe young undergraduate
who, whilo relating ono morning to an officer of the Lost Proporty Department his
various wanderings tho night beforo iu a
hi'iisom cab in whioh ho bid left his cigar*
e-.se, discovered at his elbow an affection-
it j parent, of whom he had token faro-
w -U en routo to Oxford the previous day,
bent on a somewhat similar inquiry aftor a
favorito umbrella, Moro than one matri-
■n: mini jar, too, has been traceable to tho
unexpected mooting at Scotland Yard of
husband and wife, Intent on the recovery
or property lost on journoya in whioh tholr
-mutual interests wore by no means concerned. For such misfortunes as these,
(however, tho department is not responsible.
Few peoplo oan havo any idea of the immense amount of trouble tbe Lost Proporty
,Offiee takes to retrieve for the inhabitants
j.nd visitors of the metropolis losses that
their own carelessness has brought upon
them. It is certainly not the fault of this
useful department that no owners can bo
found for nearly half tho artioles deposited
with it Evory publicity Is givon by advertising them in tbo daily papors, and notices
of properties found aro sent to occupiers of
Ik -uses, managers of hotels and theaters, In
Mil cases in whioh tho driver gives tho number or the house, hotei, etc., whence he was
hired. Weekly advices are now sent to the
■ost Luggage Dopartment of the Railway
Cleanup-House in Drummond stroot, Euston
-.(:uniT, of articles found fn cabs when they
havo taken up or sot down tbelr ■■fares" at
i'T.ilwiiy stations. Theso advices aro very
useful aids to the recovery of lost property,
as claims are frequently mode on the railway companies for artioles whioh aro tub*
■cqueii tly found to have been left fn oabs,
A  FEMALE   LOBBYIST.
Uow She ntnnnges tu Qather Honey from
Every llonoy-Mourlug Flower.
'A fino figure of a woman," ns Joo Oar-
gory observes in "Groat Expectations,"
passe*; by Into tho Capitol, sweeping under*
garniture ot silk and genuine seal fur with
as broad spread of canvas ns tho yachts
Puritan or Volunteer. ller ago ranges probably between forty nnd forty-five, hor figure ij pnnalcnily embonpoint, but hor face
la rosy wilh health and hor features still
prosorvo tho Btainp of beauty. Hor oyos
aro big and gray, scintillating under tho
flashes of dark eyelashes and brows, and
woro her attlro loss pronounced sho would
be styled elegant. This lady enters tho re*
ucptum room, and semis her card to sovoral
members, who nc once respond, and soon
bh- i .'UiTouudodbyncotorio of conscript
J ;r!'. I-:,, vising with each othor in playing
tlio gallant Sho jests and jokes with thom
nil, inviting them to call at hor residenco,
nnd, having played her cards ndroitly,
loaves tlio Capitol in a well-appointed ccAipe,
wll.li the driver In livery. Sometimes sho
is accompanied by ber daughter, a pretty
girl of eighteen, and a splendid typo of the
blondo.
Tliis lady is a professional lobbyist, and
pllcii her vocation with marked succcbb,
Whispers ln Lho air are heard occasionally
inci'iilclHin of her private oharaoter from
llioso ot hor own sex, but, says tho gallant
correspondent of tho Kansas CltyTlmoB,
noiihernian nor woman has ever brought
fs nvai'ilan accusation direct and positive
so far as it is generally known. Sho has
hud lier lingers, however, In many a Congressional pie, whereof she received a slice
of grcnter or teaser proportions, nnd no one
is moro thoroughly posted In the avenues
and channels of legislation.  Sho obtains a
wpy of evory bill introduced and of tho re*
, ports thereon, and if tbe gamo bo worth the
! candle- lmntsup its'history and parentage,
' Then when tho caso it thoroughly digested
Bho offers tu make or mar, aa thb caso may
; be, wherever tho best financial opportunity
_ fs presented, and her efforts aro usually attended with succoss.  She fs shrewd, and
gathers honey from overy honey-bearing
flower.     , ■      	
Discord from Unanimity.
--'I'ltoi'A is no difference whatever between
the two political parties," remarked Chat*
i Him.  "They aro hoth agreed ou wanting
; ■ i npnlla I"  "But don't you know, my dour
v "a," returned Pograra, ''that thnt agree*
. nuMit causes the greatest difference!"
llniiiii fur Millions Stavo.
A Fiviich scientist says that, allowing
five uorbs for oach Inhabitant, Europo has
i'ii ti for ] 15,000,000 more"people, Africa for
1,:., i,,'M)100(', Asia for 1,403,000,000, Oceanian
fur fi 10,000,000 and Amorica for 3,000,000,000.
IRON   CHAIN   MAKING.
Hot and Noisy Work Itequlrine Considerable Skill nnd Strengll".
All readers have seen iron chains, though
it is to be hoped that nouo of thom will ever
havo to wear one. For all that, they may
bo glnd to know something about tho process of making thom, a process thus desoribed by the Pittsburgh Dispatch:
Tho first operation Is the making oftho
links. Tlio material comes in coils, each
containing from eighty to one hundred and
twenly feet of round Iron rod, which ts of
uniform diameter and of variQUS sizes, corresponding to tho different Btylos of chains.
A piece of this wiro Is placed in tho
groove of a powerful machine, the wheel is
started, a twisting motion imparted, and
the i ton comes forth In a spiral roll, lucking
as the outer strand of a rope might if Bop*
United frum tlio component parts.
Tho groove into which tho iron is pressed,
and tho Rpindlo-Uke arrangement about
whicli tho coll Is formed, mako tho coil exactly uniform throughout, the Uuks being
the same distanco apart, and of tho same
sizo. Tbo maobinodoes its work rapidly;
but littlo time is consumed in converting
lho eighty or more feet of rod into shape
for chain links.
The next step in tho manufacture of a
ohaiu Is tho cutting of the links, The
spiral coil goes from the hands of tho
first workman to another who plaoes It In
a long sheet-Iron trough, suspended as high
as a man's head, ono end being considerably lower than the othor.
One end of tbo coll is then submitted to
tho operation of tbo cutting machlno, whleh
at a single blow strikes off enough of it
forn chain link. Tho machine Is regular
and rapid In Its motion. The workman has
only to hold the iron in position, and from
two hundred to two hundred and seventy-
five links are out every minute. Thoy drop
into a spout, and roll therefrom into a small
cart, whioh is hauled away when full to tho
welding department,
So far all tbo work has been done without
tbe agoney of heat, out the ohaln can not
bo completed without the agency of firo.
The final operation Is welding the links
together. Standing beside a furnace in
whioh a hot natural gas fire fs blazing, tho
workman seizes a piece of tho white-hot
metal with his tongs, plaoes it on a die, and
putting his foot on a treadle causes a spring
hammer to descend, giving shape to tho
link.    -
Two other turns and two moro blows of
tho bammer, and the link Is completely
formed and welded together. Another
piece is then taken from tho firo, and tbe
open end deftly slipped around tho link
just formed. It Is then operated upon just
as the flrst link was; another is addod, then
another; tho ohaln Ib growing rapidly—
bo fast, Indeed, that two foet or moro of it
has boen finished beforo tho red glow has
died out of the flrst link welded.
Of the smalljchain, whleh the workman is
now making, tho welding of three thousand
links is considered a good day's work. More
can be made of a smaller size, aud less of a
larger. It is hot and noisy work,;
SENTIMENT  IN BUSINESS.
A Drummer Disco vers a Pawnbroker with
* Conscience.
I have had occasion to call ou "my uncle"
In almost overy largo city in the country,"
said the drummer to a New York Sun gos-
sipor, and I'm tolling you St. Louis is tho
hardest placo I ever struck. About six
montbs ago I brought up thore dead broke,
and, whilo waiting to hear from the firm,
I took a dress coat ovor to a pawn-shop to
get a loan of three or four dollars. It cost
me thirty dollars-, and was almost new,
"How much ao you want on dot?" askod
tho broker, who was an old man.
"Oh, about four dollars." Ho stepped
back, and held up hiB hands in amazement
and gasped:
"My frendt- would you bo so worry kind
ash to walk oudtl I know yur doan' wish
mo no harm, und I treat you as a shentle*
mans."
"WhyshouldlgoouU"
"BecnuBo my brudder will be in hore
ferry soon, and I doan Uko bim to find you.
Ho will look upon yon ash crazy, and ho may
proceed to Qolence."
"What makos you think I'm orazyt" I
asked.
"Dot coat. Maybe you vas only foolish,
hut my brudder doan' stop for dot. Four
dollars on dot coat-a-h-hl"
"It cost 130."
"Whore!"
"In Boston,"
"Ah I Dot accounts for him. My frendt,
do you know what I make sooch coat fori
Three dollar, sir."
"Is it possiblo I" i
"Dot tailor make twenty-seven dollars out
of you slick ash grease. It vas poor cloth,
poor make, und one shoulder vas lopped."
"Well, how mueh will you advance on
it!"
"Foeftycent."
"Wbatl That'B an insult 1" ,   •
1-Pleaso doan'shpoak bo loud. My brudder may coino In any time, und ho vas ferrj
fiolentif you shpoak lout."
"But I don't want to he Insulted. Give mi
that coat."
"Of course; but pleaso doan* go avay
mat. 1 liko to please all customers. Dot
Vas my way of advertising my peesuess,
May bo I vas mistaken, und I ask you a
question."
"What Ib it!"
"Please doan* bo mad, for I vas your
frendt. I ilk to ask if you want dot monoy
to run avay ou? May be you vas going to
abscont."
'And may bo you was an infernal old
liar I"
'Don you doan' run avay) My frendt,
dot lifts a great burdon off my back. I vas
afraid of you, I vas afraid I might help
you on der road to ruin, und I make a low
offer. You vhas all right, und I now take
dot coat und gif you one dollar. If my
brudder como In, doan' toll him how mooch
I gif. Ho vaa fiolont If I lot sentiment influence mo in peesuess."
Turn About Fair Play,
In tho early history of tho European &
North American railroad tbo femalo passengers did not enjoy that exemption mini
the annoyance of tobacco smoko w Inch Is
now accorded them. Among thom on one
trip was an elderly lady of stern countenance and nn elevated noso, whoso whole
affootlon seemed to center In a mongrel
littlo cur which sho held fn hor lap and
fnvored with many tender eidenrmout--. A
little way fn front of hor sat a "groa
iiorrld man" Industriously and peaceful!,-,
(lufflng a large cigar. The wrathful lad)
viewed hlm for a timo ln cold displeasure,
and then stalking majestlcally«down the
aisle sho selzod the offending cigar nnd
threw it out of the window, with tho disdainful remark: "If thoro isnny thing].,
t,ho world I positively despiBO it'sa nasty
cigar." ' Tho owner of tbo eigar said
nothing, but quietly picked up a newspaper
and began to read. An houror two later ho
passed down tho oislo,[and, pausing in f run I
of tlio proud lady, ho eoizea hor prbolous
littlo dog and threw him out of tbe wtndoiv,
with tho quiet remark: "If thoro is tiny
thing under heaven that 1 hate it is a mis-
craolo littlo deg." ■••■
*E(llson'i Queer 1'tllow.
Not long ago I called at Edison's home,
expecting to boo him. Ho wasn't thero, and
Mrs, Edison told mo sbe hadn't soen him
for three days, I Boon found that ho was
at his old tricks—working night nnd day ir.
his laboratory, having bis meals sent \t
him and sleeping on tho floor with bla
clothes on and a stick of wood under hi-
hoad for a pillow. When working ho hover
leaves his laboratory, and ho scorns to thli:.
that by keeping his clothes on ho ean \n ;
tor prosorvo the nervous tension after 1 .
has started to work. Then ho pel'sbven -
until he has accomplished his purpose. ]'',
time ho regards as very voluublo, and thi
is tho roason ho doesn't want to como )k-p
until it la necessary.   His deafness has no:
nroved any, remaining about tho sumo,
Eiicoui'iigeuiout Thnt Counts,
Employers as a class nro prone, wo think,
uot to lot tholr omployos know tliat thoy
value tholr services; this wo believe to bo n
mistake Tho winning man 1b tho man wbo
IovoblIiIb work, and to bim who loves his
work thoro Is no oncouragomoiit bo oncour-
'ing as tho assuranco tbat bis employer
hint nnd likes his work.	
THE LATE liSOF, PHELPS.
'ihnuliovo Un poitrnltof the lateFrof,
Edward E. Phelps, M. D.-L.L, D.-of Dartmouth college, ilo was u strong, able
mmi, wlm aloud high in tliu literary and
sek'HtI*lu worlds, II is nut generally
known, bntit Is, nevertheless, tiio truth,
thai Prof, PhelpB waa tbo discoverer of
ivlnii. Is known to tlio medical profession
nml olionilsls universally ns Palne's
Ci-leiy Compound, unquestionably ono of
the most valuable discrvorlOB of Hits century, This rciiwrkabt** compound Is not
anervltio,an essence, a Barsnpaillla or
uny devised article, but a dtsoovery, nnd it,
mni'ks a disttnof. step hi medloal practice
unit M
etreiitmenUf
nervous complied
lions.
l|-:lt II
1, Villi
ll'-ill. f.
It liiw bron ,
cdlcaltnlonl i
loading cliei.
rnoiVHiioHbl
s-'v i I'v-Jllteiriy'lu
olroi ■ md nlso
'    s  i-ilil   '.reo :si
lllll
sinfn.di'iji
nd nildt
:! KCOVCICll  V   -.-tl  10  (ill! 1
the d.oi'iiei'iiml ir'-nr:'-! \v   Mi ri-ii'il f i
n.isu'-c.jvei.v'-rPnif. I'ho-   . ,
Palne's Celery Compound Is now being
prepared In (-nuntilies, anil enn bo procured lit uny repiilahle druggist. An attractive bunch of celer> Is tube found on
every wi upper. It bus become specially
popular among professional men, mind
workers, ladles burdened with exciting
social duties and frequenters oftho lending otubs.
W. C. LOYE,
Faisal;!" M _i M Mer,
Rcpnii-tnt* Neatly  Done.   Cork Hole
Work a Specialty.
Q-j-rordars promptly attended to,
Clnrt-xoii St., in rear of Colonial Hotel, next to timid rsros.' olllco.  dnelto
IT. IS AN UNDENIAHLE FACT THAT
€3 J&. *E& vs* am .-ES. ■ s
Temple of Music!
Is tho Plnco to Buy First*'.'lass
ifie .__ na*
BU3 AND
Al histsli Trices and Tonus n< svlll Hiilt
Any Reasonable Buyer.
Pur prico" and tonus, npply to CAR-
TKK'S TEMPLK OK MUSIC.
Vk*i<-«hvi.t, If. <!.
£;n s7u*tl:igs 81. \V> si. dnplOlo
(Removed fhom Saiiiioii to VicicoiaI
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
OnsliSOlsill VHTOHIA, 11. C.
f.LLsiil'S^ull.
330-3:!'.! CO111I0YA STKKKT,
VANCOUVER. IM1.
Importers, and Dealers ln
MACHINERY
ok all -DBScmrioss.
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
 dwdegfllo	
Land Registry Ordinance, is*o
The S. i, \ ot .Section 18 nnd tlio N. E.
;} of Seotion 7, Township 8, New Westminster District, and part (Incj-c)of
Lot No. 0, lllock XII, New Westmin
ator Suburbs,
WHEltEAS THE CERTIFICATES OF
Title of .Ch aim.*-:.-! Mcliosouoii to
tlio above mentioned lieridltnimmtHlinvo
been lost or destroyed,nnd wIu-itiis application 1ms been made lo nio for tbe ItRU-
nnco of duplicate of cerllflcatos ofTltlo In
MlO stood Of tllOBO so lost or destroyed;
Notice Is licii'by liiveii Unit such dnpll-
cntnCorttfloataflWlllbelHfluod at tbo ox-
plrallouofone montb from dute, unless
in tliu meantime valid objection to tlio
contrary bo made to ■■■.■! in writing.
T. 0. TOWNLEY,
Dlatrlot Registrar,
Land Re-tlstry Olllco,
Now Westminstor, 24th August, 1881).
dau-wnl
SiTC-TICS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
wo liavo npplled to the Hon. Minister
ot the Interior for license to cut timber
on tho following binds:
Commencing at ibe north-caul, corner of
I tni SSti, Group 1, Now Westminster District: thr-ncodue north I ;> the Booth lino of
the Moodyvllle Company's limit' thenco
oast iilojijr the soutn boundnry of   said
limits to the westerly boundary ot Section
IS, Township 3D; thenee south ulom'tlio
snld westerly houmlnry to the south-west
corner nf section lfl; thonco enst along tho
soutli boundary of Bald seotion to the
westerly bank of tho Coquitlam river;
thenee southerly and following the snld
westerly bank fo the northerly boundnry
of Lot '1ST-, (Irnup 1; thenee westerly along
tho said northerly boundnry to thn northwest corner of safd lot; theneo clue west lo
the easterly boundary of Lot .If"!); thence
mirth along snld boundary lo place of
licglitnlii!*; containing lu nil -UMacros.
Also—Claim Nn. 2, commencing nt the
noith-woHtcorner of Stave Luke; thenco
west fio chains; thenco soutli no chains;
tlieneoen-a-Mlchains, to thoshoroof tho
lake; llience following tlm shoro to plaeo
of com in en cement—about -180 acres, moro
or less.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
[Limited!.
■Iqhk Hkndry, Manager.
New Westminster, Aug, '2*1,1880.
dnnfiOtm
-tsroTicE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
30 dnys nHor dnto I Intend applying
totho Chief Commissioner of Lands ind
Works for permission to lease the following described lnnds:
1. Comiiienclngnt.il post on Vnlden Islnnd, on iho nortii side of the inism-v'-ycd
ohannol, running thenoe north to chains;
wesl Ml chains, to corner of Lenmv A
Kyle's limber claim; tlinnce west alneg
their llne IM) chnlns; south ¥0 chains, to
shore; thenoo following shore to point of
colli ni en cement,
2. Commencing nt-npofli on Vnldois Inland, on tho uonth side of the iiusurveyed
cbminol, opposite a channel known ns
Hole In tbo Walt, running tbence soutli
70cnalti*H wesi 20 chains) sonth 20 olmlnsi
west 100 oualusi norlb so chains, to snore;
thonco along tlie shore to point of commencement.
0. Commencing nl. n post .tOclmln-; llast
of Indian Rehorvortti Ramsay Arm; thence
south r-Oehnliis; east HOcbnlns; norlb 20
chnlns; cti-*t SOchalns; north lOchalns;
cast ia chnlns; t'orlli Nli linfns; wosMIW
chains; noiltli lOt'linlm; we-l 8i)clmtns;
BOUlh 20 chnlttS] west BO chains; south BO
chains, to plnco of commencnnient,
4. Commencing nt post IS chains from
soutti-wesl cornrrof post of thn Moodyvllle Hnw Mill Co.'s limits, nt tho bend of
Malimplnn Inlet; thenee snulh 20chains;
west 40 chains; south <«) chnlns: oast 81)
ch'ns; norlh I0chalns;ea*l "nebiilnHjnorth
mi chulns wont OS chains! Boutli-foohnlufi)
westiVi ohnlns, to plnco of commencement. HENRY V. EDMONDS.
ustor, IBtll .* —    "	
dauMmi
British Columbia
The Annual Exhibition of the
ia Agricult'l Association
Will Iso Held sit llio NKW KXIHBI-
TION  BUILDING,
lueen's Park
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
and FRIDAY,
OCTOBER 2ND, 3rd & 4TH, '89.
$7000 - $7000
•SITS" FBXZX3S
For  Exhibition  and  Sports.
In connection with this Exhibition will
bo the opening of Queen's Park nnd an
oxtenstve programme of Sl-ORTS and
GAMES, PROCESSIONS, FIRE-WORKS,
Ac, under direction of tlie Citizens' Corn-
mil tee.
All entries for the Exhibition must bo
made with tbo Secretary before noon on
TUESDAY, October Int.
All btook and other exhibits from south
of the river will bo carried noroBs oh tbo
stenm ferry,ttiieeof 0HARO*E,'anddrays
will bo found nt rallwny stations and
wharves to convey exhibits, pr***', to the
Grounds.
Special Brducrd Rules will be given on
nil railways and steamers to persons and
exhibits com Ing to the Exhibition.
As It Is expected fhe attendance nt this
Exhibition will bo very large, tho Direct
tors hopo to sconn exhibition worthy of
the resources of the province.
Further Information maybo had from
the prize lists [which will be sont free nn
application], nr from tho secretary,
T. H. Pimm,
SECRETARY.
Nkw Wi*.stmix9Ti*«,Aiis. 2.1,11)80.   .
dwaulMnil
G-Rj(L'N""D
New Westminster, B. C.
During Pwimi-I Agricultural Ksliibilioo,
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
ami FRIDAY,
00T,M,M_aii(14tV89
SIX BRASS 'BANDS in ATTENDANCE.
$7,000
IN PRIZES!
FOR SPORTS AHD EXHIBITION.
Sit'ORTS TO CONSIST OK
Horse Kudus*, V'nclit Rnclng,
Bout und Cnnoe Hncing,
Athletic Snorts.
Lncrossc, Hasc-biill, Foot-ball,
Hose Reel Contest, and
Rille Matches.
m-DHll TSSE AL'Hl'SCFJS OP TSSE
GRAND TRADES AND SOCIETIES
PROCESSION
—ON—
Thursday Morning, Oct. 3rd,
Representing tho Gient Industries
of our Country.
Grand Ball!
Wednesday Evening, Oct. 2nd.
CELKBIIATIO** TO END WITH
IMMENSE
Torchlight Procession!
ON STRA8HR BIVER, AND ORAND
DISI'I.AY OP
FIRE-WORKS
On .rills,) Kvs'Sslssis, Ocl. 4111.
Excursion Rates from all points.
sNTForfsslI tliroriiuitlott ami l'slsu Msts
seo small bills.
\V. 11. TOWN8ENIS,
Misyor.
J. 8.0.1.-RA8E11, Truss-us*!-.
B, T, MACKINTOSH,
sssi22W Beorolnry.
W. BREDEMEYER, DP,, Pii,
(I.ate Partner of John .MeVlcker)
MINING ENGINEER, U.S. A PROVINCIAL HUKVKYOK, A ASSAYIIR.
Mahontc Tksii'i.i*   Be-ook,   Vaswuvki:,
Ui-it. 061.
fi-ti-Rellnblfi roportfl, underground surveys und maps of iiiIiips execuluit at low
rales,   Assays made on all hinds bf minerals, gold and silver baiw.   Thirty yean*
oxiicrlunce  lu mining  iu Asia, Enron''
und United States of  America.  Spoaf-.:*
ten languages.   Assays from a distance
promptly attended to.    Address Vancouver, EC. ddel7lo
EXHIBITION BUILDING
Must mako It known to tbo Secretary
At an Early Date.
T. R. PEARSON,
dwaulMml shor.hit.a.-h-'X".
NOTICE
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THffl IN-
L Bpcctorof Penitentiaries Is now mak-
fng his annual visit to tho British Columbia Penitentiary. During tils stay here
be will bo ready to bear and mnko strict
cnoniry Into nny complaints* thnt may be
made against tho administration or nfli-
cers of the Institution. Anyone having
charges to make can confer or communicate with tbe Inspector at the Penitentiary,
ARTHUR II. McBUIDE,
Warden,
British Columbia Penitentiary,
New Westminster, Sept. (1,1889.
dBe7to
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH  MILK
Delivered Daily to Customers in nil purls
of the City.
Hotels and Restaurants supplied at Special Rates by tlio year.
FRESH ECCS
Delivered at Market Rates,
Orders loft at M. SiNoi-Ain'a will bo
promptly attended to.
WEAVER & WOODWARD,
djeisyl Proprietors,
Fft
PACIFIC DIVISION.
Gen'! Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MASTBltS OF VEM-
selsand otber Ornfl navigating tlie
Frasor River are cautioned to keep within
tbo Buoys palnled Red n-d Whit". r«*
spi'ctlvely.ut tlio Mission flrhlgc, us during tho construction of tho I'li-lii*', uuvi-
gailon between the bunks ot the River
aud the linoyn Is daugei'uuB, owing lo piles
belr-g driven there.
H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent.
Vancouver, fl. C„7tli Muy, 188!).  dmyfilo
■bTOTICrjEl
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
.'111 day-! from dute we Intend to npply
to the Chief Commissioner of r.unds and
"Works for permission to lease, for timbering purposes, tho following described
lands situated In New Westminster District:
Commenelng nl, a sipiured post set on
the oast side of a crook, about ono mile
from Ils month, situated north-westerly
from Woolrldgo island, Howe Bound*
thonce north -10 chs., west 10 clis., norlh
40chs,, west 10chs,, north 150 chs., west 30
ohs,, north 80 chs., west 20 chs., nortii fio
chs., west DO ehs., soutli 80 chs,, east, r>0
cbs,, soutli 120 chs., east 20 chs., soulh 80
ohs,. east 20 cln.,south .0 chs., cast 20 chs.,
south 20 clis,, cast 30 chs., to plnco of coin*
inonc'ciiient-eontalnlng lfiOO acres, moro
or lows.
ROVAIj CITY PLANINO MILLS CO.
[Limited].
JOHN Hknihiy, Manager.
New Westminster, Sept-, fiih, 18811.
dscOml
Notice of Dissolution
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tbo partnership heretofore subsisting botween tho undersigned under the
tlnv nnmii of fooierford A. McDougall,
Merchant, Tailors, has been dissolved thli
day by mutual consent. All accounts
owing the Into firm aro to bo paid to ,1, A.
McDougall, nnd all claims against the
said firm will bc settled by him.
T. COMEUKORD.
J. A. MCDOUGALL.
Now West., Aug. 81,18S9.
Mr. J. A. McDougall
WILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS
under bis own name, at the same
store, on Columbln street, next to F.
Crake's, A contluuanco of the public
pntronngo Is respectfully solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. dwsc&lc
Mice of Removal
M.A.McEAE,
MERCHANT TAILOR
Begs to announce tliat Iiu has
removed to store in
ARMSTRONG'S new BLOCK
Opposite Mnsonlo lliiildiii)',
COLUMBIA  STREET.
SOLICITING A CONTINUANCK OP
PUBLIC rATRONAGE.
(IWISlllSMO
Look! Look!
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
Wc nro now able lo offer llio largest and
Fliioitl Stock of
ImportedTweeds
Worsteds.   Beavers,  Meltons, Fancy Striped Pant-
ings, Overcoatings, &c.
just Anmvjco,
The only wny to form any any idea of the
quantity and Quality of thoao Goods
is to cnll and look, v-hotheryou
want anything or not,   Como
nnd be sal lulled.
beggs"&heard,
Leading Merchant   Tailors,
1 lsoor Wi'sl or Islssklsssssss'ss nutoh-rSimp,
ilralslyl        8, COLUMBIA ksTBEKT,
W.  R. AUSTIN'S
Hay Wesl IM
FARM  PRODUCE.
M-wooyii'-wooMaii,
SJH/S.VJ9 OliDF.i'.s ASD   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHA1U'-.
slsay29Us
j.
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
SAH ADAM LIME
Always In Blook.' j
Orders left at tbe O. P.N. Whnrf will be
promptly delivered. dtnli'Mo
,H,
in g
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT ft SHOE STORE IN BRITISH G )10MB!A
LADIES' BOOTS & SHO SS
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses $t Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
fSF REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to sec the Greatest Variety, io get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwtc SX   Ooliaaaa.'bia Street.
iST Highest Prico paid for Furs and
Deer Hides.
'eleplii
djaii
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot op Douglas Street, Near
Columbia stiibkt.
3* FDKU KO\, PROPRIETOR
FRESH   BREAD,   CAKES,  PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc, etc.
Hotel and Restaurant trade solicited,
Alt orders  promptly attended to'nnd
delivered lo any partof the eity.   dmh28y
BRACKMAN a KER,
MANUFACl'SSKElIS   01'
By tho lute! Improved I's-sceas.
E®* ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILLS at -\i>l'lll SlIISSSls'lS.
OFFICE & '.VAl'.KHOUSEi Vlcliirlu,
TIME    CARD.
O.   ,£*.   SET.   OO.
Tho Kino First-Class
Str, William Irving
Will Loavo llio 0. V. H. Co.'s Vlsnr/,
BYSBY
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. JI.,
FOR CHIUIWHASK -|I0 WAV PORTS.
Rfltlimlslg Ks'ory
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
Wbon sufficient inducement  olTers she
will procoed to HOlMi' nndbneuob
iiei-nslons will loavo her wbnrf
at la. tn.
Connecting with IlioC. P.N, Co. *s Stenmer
for Viotoria.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T. I,. BRIGGS, Agent,
NOW Westminster. itii|)3lo
Time Table.
. "t-.'-r-, THE STEAMER
SKUOBERTBII
LEAVES WESTMINSTER every Sfon-
day moi-nlng nt 7 o'clock for Nnnnimo, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vancouver,
Leaves Westminster every Wednesday
at 7 a. in, for Nanaimn direct, connecting
wltb Island railway and Comox Bteamer.
Leaves Nnunhno for Vancouver on
Thursdays mul Fridays nnd returns siinie
days.
Leaves Nanaimo on Snturdny at 7 a, nt.
for Westminster direct.
For freight or passage apply nn board,
or to T. L. Bhigoh, C. P. N. wlinrf.     dtc
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Henrlr 6l>pqnttc the Colonial Hotol,
NEW WESTMIN8TEU.
mHK  LAKGKST  AND   CHOICKST
L    asuortsssosst of all ilcsorlptioss, of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboat! at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
(LUNTBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
GENERAL MMUM
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Ooods, -Groceries,   Boots tV Shoes, lint.* *& Caps,
Crockery* Glassware, Ac.
BSBWS     /Sb     BOYS'      SITX-X^.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN,  SEEDS,  POTATOES,  LIME nnd   GENERAL STOBES.
N. B-—Farm Produco bought at market rates or sold on commission.  w«>Orde»
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. ''v-jcs-itc
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
''OMtoiteiBMts-sUstf.pC-d*osshttd-«sitli.t I Csssstorist ciisflg Oolte, OoDJStlp-rtlon,
IrocoisimesulltMssisssssriorKssusrisreso-iplloss I gSS*' g»ssiiicli, puss-inns, steioUUo^
ksssmsslom.."     alAssussssiJuT,        I Blls^™, sji™ sslcs* susd promote, dt
lU8o.OiIijs-18*.,EtookljTi, N, T.   I Willoul Injurious s-soOicatlisss.
Tssss OsssrwoR Cosspjjnr, 17 Missriy streot, N. Y.
CITY BREWERY
J&.1©!   Ale I
The Very EeBt in the Oity Is Brewed by
JOHN W,  ANDRZEJEWSKI
At the City Browery, Agnes Street.
Orders left at Dickinson's Butcher Shop
shall havo prompt attention. Give unit
trial nnd Judge for yourselves.
New West,, July 18, IBS!). dJlyl3to
Feed,LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminstor
jos. mTwise,
-P*B0J?*RI*E1T0E.
GOOD DRIVING A HIDING HORSES
for Hire. Hacks call at nil Steamers
ami Trains, Special attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders mny be left at tbe Oflloe of Mathers & Milllgan,Commission Merchants,
Front Street, New West, dselltc
VIOTOEIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOB BALK:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
Fl
Rice Meal,
FOU POULTRY, Ac.
Hortli Britisli & Mercantile
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
Capital,   ■   $15,000,(100.00
Siibsci'ibodCntsltnll, ns sit .list Die, 1__.
SlVtOU.tWO.   Flro Fimtl tuul Reserve, «1V
212,720. Not Premiums, 18SS, s.i.iwi/ai.
OF  LONDON.
Capital,    ■    89,733,000.00
KATES  AS    LOW   AS   ANV  OTHER
COMPANIES DOING BUSINESS
IN BRITISH COLUMBLV.
T. Of. J^-Q"CT*E!S
Agent for Now WeatmlnBter City
and District. djc22tc
To k Francisco, Cal.
BY WAY OF THE
X.IKB.
FOIt CA1TLE FEED.
slmsi2fim*
THE MT, SHASTA ROUTE.
QWOKERINJ'IMEraANANY OTHER
CRAND SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PAOIFIC COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Seoonil-ainsa Pas-
Bongesn,nttncIsoil to Express Trains.
Faro Irom Portlsinil lo Sncrasnosslo anil
snn Fritiiclsco-Unlltiiltoil, $28; First-
olnss (Limited), K(l| Sccond-olnss (Ll-
T&nODOH TICKETS lo nil points South
nnd Enst, vln Onllfornta.
TlllKKT OFFICES!
CsTvomcK, No. im Cor. First JkAlde
Btrools; „ . —
Dri'ot Ofs'Ice, ('or. F A Front Street.;
Port '  ** —
R. KOEHI.KR,
Utnssger.
liMi fiift
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed § Sale Utables
DOUBLE AND SIN iLE RIGS
At Spccinl Low I .itcs,
Dnjiug ud All Sisis of Teaming
Donent Shortest >.otIci*.
I»ry I'onlwoud delivered to any pnrt of
tho City.
Orders hy Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
»i**Hliihles nearly opposite C-F.R,De*
pot,Columbia St., Nei WcBtmlnsler.
djaini-      QILLEY BROS, iitora.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Lasd a Invesizncst Agoncy
(Xii-ftiix-au)
THOMAS AIiLBOP, *]
HENHY S. MASON,
OUYLER A. HOLLAND,
Mill) OFFIC,;:
15 Serjeant's Inn, Meet Street.
LONDON, ENO.
Tho Business of ALLSOP
been merged In tho above
will be carried on liy Die
this dute ns n gonornl Ln
and Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on M
Rates, Town Lois nnd __■
Ior Sale on easy terms.
Victoria,B.C.,May 10th, 1S.S7,  dwjljtf
-.-MASON hns
Company and
lonipnnyfrom
tl Investment
irtj-ngnntLow
irtnlnt' Lands
TO SIIOKIiiiS.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FO i THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
o„»- MAINLAND.
I^TThey aro not only made of tha
Choicest Tobacco but they arc of
Home Mannfnctiirc. and should he
patronized by all good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HOLMIOOIC BU1LT>II.'G,
COLUMBIA STREET,        HEW WESTMINSTER.
dw!7noIy
r. uijubi-j-*,
Asst.G.F.AP.Vgi
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—^ALSO—
A WEU-SEUSTED STOCK CF
DRYGOODS
AND FURNISI INGS.
AT  THE  LOWE8T PRICES.
LUNI)BOHM's3 BLOOK,
lolsssssblss SIMM,       New Wnlsalsuter,
noldwly DAILY BEIIISH OOIsUMBIAN, NKW WESTMINSTEE, B. 0„ SEPTEMBER 11, 1889,
$ati!) jspritish totambinii
Wedandar EveatM. Sept. li, igr».
ADVEttTISINQ RATES FOR THE DAILY.
Transient AdverlUcments.—First insertion, WctH. per llne solid nonpareil; eaeh
subsequent consecutivelnsertfon,3cts. per
line. Advertisements not Inserted every
day—flrst Insertion, 10 cts. per line; subsequent Insertions, 5 cts, per line.
NlaiidlDB Advfflrtlseinenis.—Profession-
nl or Business Cards—Si per month. Special rates for general trade advertising,
according to space occupied and duration
of ,-nntract.
iu-'ilon Snlen, when displayed, charged
A", por cent. lesB than transient advtw, If
-solid, charged at regular transient rates.
Him-lnl Notleea among reading matter,
2H etc per line eaoh Insertion. Hpeolals
Inserted by tbe montb at reduced rates.
Ill rtbs, Marriages aud DeathB.Jl for each
Insertion; Funeral Notices In connection
with deaths, 50 cts. each Insertion,
WEEKLY ADVEBTISIHQ RATES.
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To Contractors  G. W, Grant
Tenders Wanted Rand Brus,
Business Notice Jns. Kennedy
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DIEI*
CORBETT-In this cily, on Ibe Uth Inst.,
William Sutherland, Infant son of W. stand Mary Corbett.
An elegant lino of Dress Goods just
opening out at tho Bon Marehe.   3t
Sealetto Jackets, Ulsters and Dolnm*
nettes, now showing at the Bon
Marehe. 3t
Walker & Co. have Sapperton Lots
near Now Hospital and Ross-Mac*
laren Mills at old prices. *
Guests at tho Queen's: F. II. Lowis,
Jas. Wilkes Victoria; A. B. Brnm|.
sley, Nanaimo, Arthur Erskine, Chilliwack.
The str. Irving arrived down frotn
Chilliwhack this afternoon with 35
passengers and a full load of farm
produce.
Richards, Haywood & Mackintosh
have 5-acro Brownsville lots at $20 an
acre; half cash, balance in 0 months,
without interest. solOml
Hon. Edgar Dewdney, at the request
of many friends, had hia photograph
taken at Thompson's studio beforo
leaving tho city.
The huso ball match to-day Kamloops vs. Amities, resulted in a victory
lor the Inland team by n score of 5 to
4.   Ton innings were played.
Tho str. Dunsmuir left for Nnnaimo
this morning with 10 passengers* 20
hoad of cattle, 00 sheep, 400 cases
saliiKMi and a quantity uf farm produce.
It is quite possible that Lho greater
number of tho cnnnerynien will not
pack the cohoe run, it being feared
that th.. market will bo oven-tucked,
with tho effect of depreciating values.
Gul's:s at tho Colonial: James Crawford, John Wilson, Victoria, G. Scho*
fiold, Thos. Tliompkins, Dr. Lefnyre-
Thos. Dunn, Samuel Brighouae, John
Rankin, John Bonltbee, A. M. Tyson,
Vancouver.
The boom of logs brought from Bute
lnlot by tho tug Topic, and cut loose
oil Sunday during the storm, is said to
have broken up and thu timbers nre
now ilout-ng ovor Buivard Inlet and
English bay.
At the auction sale, to be held at
the Colonial hotel on Saturday night
by Mr. A, M. Nelson, a quarter of n
section of tho iinest Delta land, fronting on Boundary Bny, will bo included
among the items on the list published
yesterday.
The contractors for the North Arm
bridgo-} have finished tho small bridgo
between Lnlu and Duck Islands. Ono
ipan of the bridgo between Lulu and
Sot Islands is finished,and construction
generally is being pushed with the ut*
must; dospmoh,
Tho hoard of works met this morning and inspected the Agnos street
improvi mcnls, opposite Mr. James
Cimuiii';!iuni's house. It wns finally
■lecidud to alter the intended grade,
Wilting <-ho eut u little further east, It
is thought this will bu satisfactory to
nil parties.
The oity council laat night voted
$100 to assist in defraying tho expenses
of tlm Hyack raoefs f» Tacoma, where
thoy will tiko part in tho fireman's
tournament. The city council nppre-
ciut ._ the Berviues of lho Hyacks, and
Ib not backward in giving thom ovory
eu cou rag qui ent.
Mr. A. M. Herring U at present
busy nugniuthjg with soveral thoatri*
Cfl.euinpanii'8 about earning hero during exhibition week. Ouo of tho par*
tion is Mm. So,itt ttidiloiH the famous
uctreES, rcidernnd reciter. Mr. Hor*
riilg thinks lie would better hit the
popular tusto of New Westminster by
bringing n pood operatic or comedy
company.
The Y. AI. O. A. hero will nonil t.
representative tu the conference which
tikes place at Vancouver, from lho
10th tn tha 22ucl Inst Tho Association uf WuHtmtnst V strongly deBise that
their want* should ho urgently proa.-uted to tho general mooting. Tho plans
for thu uew building are being prepared fnr exhibition by Mr. Clow, archi-
tect, and will be ready in a few days.
Conundrums—(I) If a Bhcot thnt flits
from D.iiiiild to Westminster, and appears in the royal city without having
even shod iti .soiled inming-camp
feathers, is not a "bird uf passngn,"
what is it >. Ci) If tho snino sheet
didn't fairly bristle with --rant,"—-and
something worso—in its first issue especially, wirit sorb of stuff was it?
(3) If the shout in question couldn't
get a "-square meal" on the mountain
peaks, why did it flit tu tho valleys, to
perish in a "narrow-minded community V    	
VOMJME VII.-N0.
Another Appeal-
At lhe police court this morning
tho cates of George Raymond, Jas.
Cash and J. R. Brennan, charged wilh
violation of the liquor license by law,
in keeping opon their bar-rooms after
midnight, wero up for a hearing. Mr.
McColl, for defendants, argued that no
offense appeared in the information,
and therefore he would refuse to plead.
The police magistrate then entered a
pica of nut guilty, and, pilot' hearing
tho evidence of chief Pearce, lined the
defendant.-, $5 and costs. Mr. McColl furnished security fur costs and
gave notice uf appeal to the supreme
court.
Norton* Accident-
At the Royal City Planing Mills,
yesterday morning, a man named John
McMititin was severely injured ou the
head, behind tho right car, by coining
into cotittct with somo of thu running
machinery, .lust how tho accident
happened cannot be learned aa no ouo
saw it occur, but it is supposed McMartin took an epileptic lit and fell,
striking hi-i .head against tho machinery.
The injured man was removed tu St.
Mary's hospital, where ho lay in an
uiicoiiBcious state for many hours.
Hin caso is very serious, but Dr. Fagan entertains strong hopes for hiB recovery, and thinks ho will soon bo out
of danger.
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The I'ouI Bull Mcrinl-i.
Mr. P. Crake has received the order
for manufacturing tho inodnls tu bo
played fur at tho coming celebration. A
sample modal for tho foot ball match
hns been completed and is now on
exhibition. It is of excellent workmanship, Iniudsomo in design and n
novelty ii< its way, The modal is in
tlio shape uf a Maltese cross, with an
exact model uf the association foot
ball iu tho centro, lacing outwards.
The being, in gold wire, is very
prettily worked in, and gives a look of
linish and completeness to tho wholo.
The medal is of solid silver, with gilt
centrepiece. As a work of the
jeweller's ntt it is a credit to Mr,
Crake's establishment.
Tin; Itoom Saved.
The tug Falcon arrived in the river
yesterday from tho north, having in
t >iv a boom of logs for the Brunette
Saw Mills Co, The boom went ashore
10 days ago on tho north side of English Biy, into which it was driven by
heavy wen'hor on the gulf. Tho
tug was forced tn cut tho lowing hawser and leavo thu b om ti its fatu, but
fortunately it sustained little damage
and wns easily gathered t'gother
Again. This is thu second boom bo*
Joughig Id tho samo oompany that has
come to grief within the last two
weeks.
Children Cry fiir PtohertCMtorla
Stuffed wiin s'lrniv.
Tho supposed case of suicide, reported in those columns in Monday's
issue, was investigated by Capt. Odin,
of the str. Irving, on the up trip yesterday. As all the crow wero satis-
tied that some one had ended his life
by hanging, Capt. Odin ran out of his
course a distance of threo miles to
investigate the circumstances and
report decisively to the authorities if
nocossary. The steamer was run close
to tho bank, a short distance from the
tree where the supposed suicide wns
hanging, An inspection of tho swaying body revealed the fact that it was
only a cleverly constructed dummy,
stalled with straw, but sufficiently
lifelike to deceive anyono nut a connoisseur un effigies. The cabin was
vacant, aud it ia supposed tho dummy
was a ghastly joke played by its former
uccupant on his neighbors.
Tbe Kamloops Match.
Frum Mr. 13. H. Port, who was present at the great Iacrosso matoh, Vanoouvor va, Westminstor, nt Kamloops.
yesterday, it is learned that tho results
itlthcugh unfavorable to tho Royal
City toam, were far from discreditable.
Tlie first game lasted ono hour and 20
minutes, and was very keenly contested, Tho defence on both sides was
kept busy from first to last, the play
centering around tho goals, aud hold
pluy being the exception rather
than tho rule. Tho teams were so
evenly matched and the genoral play
so gumt that no advantage can bo
claimed by either side. Tlie socond
game unly lasted 45 seconds. Tho
bunt uf good naturo prevailed throughout the match, rough play, squabbles
and hard checking boing conspicuous
by their absence, nud both teams
quitted tho field with an excellent
opinion of each other,
Klxlh Annual   t'lmvcntlon,
The programme of the sixth annual
convention of tho Y.M.C.A,, of the
Paciiic const, to bo hold at Vancouver
from September 19th to 23rd, has
been issued. The features of tho
lirsi day's proceedings will bo addresses
ot welcome by Hia Worship Mayor
Oppenheimer, nn behalf of the city uf
Vancouver, and by Mr. R. II. Alexander, president of the board of trade,
on behalf of tho business men of ttie
city, Tho churches will also present an
addross of welcomo. On tho second
day some important papers will be
read on association work and other
subject*. In tho afternoon conversations will bo held on tho "Relation of
the Church to the Young Men's Christian Association," by tho presidents
antl directors of associations; ''Business Management oftho Associations,"
members of the association committees. Tho third dny will bo occupied in receiving tho reports uf the
executive committee, also addresses ou
lending subjects by prominent speakers.
On Sunday thoro will be a grand mass
meeting uf all the delegates in tho
opera house, whoro lho farewell exorcises will take place,
Eti jfi-.it Coltiinbln Boollii'f n'nt_..
An important discovery of routing
slate has been made on Howu Sound
by Mr. W. H. Rowling, of the North
Arm. Although the quarry has not
beon developed to nny oxtent yet. the
indications aro that the supply of slate
will bo inoxhaustable. Mr. Rowling
brought to The Columbian office, today, two pieces of Blnte, just as it was
as it wna taken from the quarry. It
is of good color and grain, one eighth
of an inch iu thickness and surprisingly strong. A number of porsons
who aro acquainted with tho qualities
that should bo contained good workable statn, pronounce those samples
first class. Mr. Rowling thinks tho
whole mountain in which bis quarry
is located, will prove, on development, a solid bed of slate. The neighborhood iB being thoroughly prospected for now finds. Mr. Rowling has
not decidod yet whether ho will work
the quarry or dispose of it to capitalists. At present tho market for
slate is very limited in this province,
but if It oould be laid down at a reasonable price the demand would soon
bo large. The discovery is most important and is sure to prove valuable
to tho owner.
Tho news received from Selkirk,
Monday, regarding the drowning of
some mill hands and tho Rev. Mr.
Mollaffio in Lako Winnipeg* would
indicate the story to be a canard. One
of the boats reached Selkirk Monday
afternoon, bringing information that
the other boats had boon left nt Drunken Point on Thursday.
Cily Council.
The city council met nt 8 o'clock
last night for tho transaction of business. Present- Aldermen Calbick,
McPhaden, Cunningham, Curtis, Reid,
Shiles and Keary.
His worship Mayor Townsend in
the chair.
Tho minutes of the last meeting
wore read and adopted.
COMMUNICATIONS.
Tho following communications wero
taken up.
From W, H. Mason, secretary of
the British Columbia benevolent society, of Victoria, regarding n pnupcr
named Hoinrich Simouson who had
been sent to Victoria and that the
abovo society would uot admit- hiin, it
being tho duty uf tho city <i Now
Westminster to care fur this mnn.
His worship explained that much had
already boon dono fur Simoniiou who
was a chiunic nuisance, not insane
enough for tho asylum and juat sick
enough to get into tho hospital, where
ho was it constant source of aniiojr*
onco. Simouson is either a Hungarian, Bavarian ur Belgian. Communication received, and on motion tho
clork wns instructed to lind out hia
nationality and communicate with tho
consul uf that country.
From Secrotary of tho agricultural
society enclosing list of names of distinguished personages who hnvu beon
invited to attend the exhibition. Received ond first referred to the invitation committeo, then, after some debate, accepted as it stood.
From Brunfetto Sawmill Co. ro*
questing permission to lay n pipo along
and across Columbia st. from near the
penitentiary grounds to their mill.
Request granted aud subject to tho
usual conditions.
From Richard Pickering, asking
whether his services as expert on city
sewerage wero required. Received
and filed.
From deputy attorney-general, re
oaro and maintenance of the city pris*
oners in the provincial jail and stating
that uo compensation for their keep
would in future bo allowed, only prisoners sentenced to 14 days or more
will be admitted henceforth. Received and on motion referred tj polico
committee.
A potition from Wm. Reid and
others asking for tho opening up of
some streets near Edinburg nud London streets, especially Pelham Btreet.
Received.
From S. C. Hill, nakinff permission
tu lay building material on Edinburgh
at, and asking for street lines and
sidewalk grade. Permission granted
ns tu building material with usual conditions; and tho board of works was
instructed to give street lines.
Front Jainc3 Cunningham, protesting against the cutting down of Agnes
streot opposite his residenco nnd stating that ho would hold tho council res
ponsible for all damage dune thereby.
Received.
Aid. Cunningham said that tho coin*
plaints pouring iu from nil sides about
the street grading and improvement
matter, were quito justifiable. Ho
said ho ould get a common Chinaman
from the Southorn Railway track to
do a bettor job ou Agnos street than
was boing dono at present. There
wero too many theodolites and nut
enough common sense. He was vory
sorry Aid. Jaques was not present to
hoar every word nf this criticism on
useless expenditure. It was absurd
that tho fuuliah notions of uno man
should involve the city iu such grave
difficulties. Almost evory ulderman at
tho bonrd took a lively part in the debate which followed, and all agreed
with Aid. Cunningham's remarks iu
ovory particular. Tho communication
was received.
On motion it was arranged that the
board of works meet in front of Mr.
Jas, Cunningham's residence Wednesday morning and look over tlio state
of affairs there.
From the secretary of tho Southern
Railwaj Company in regard to the
agreement between the city and company, and that the latter wero not very
woll pleased at tho proposed changes
to be made in tho said agreement, and
warning council of the danger of meddling with the same.   Received,
From A. Al. Herring na to tho raising of theatrical license, and pointing
out the los*1 to tho city resulting therefrom by reason of theatrical cai-iimuics
being kept away by the high rates,
and asking that the old rates, namely,
$5 for first night, §2.50 for succeeding
nights, bo again instituted. Received
and tiled.
From Samuel Woods, foreman of
the Hyack huso reel toam asking a
grant of $100 to assist tho team in
going to the tournament nt Tacoma
thia month. Moved by Aid. Curtis,
seconded by Aid, Shiles, that the request ho granted.   Carried.
UEPOBTS.
The firo and light committee reported, recommending payment of tho following accounts: Tho Gas Co.'s bill,
except threo and a half nights on which
lampa wero not lighted, $102,00; for
lighting City Hall, $10,40.   Adopted.
Health committeo reported, recommending that tho following bills bo
paid; T. A. Muir, & Co., §15.35; Mrs.
Harvey, 80; W. E. Fales, 85; T. J.
Trapp, §7.50; A. Hardman, $30.00;
Chief of Polico Pearce, 50ots.; Win.
McColl, 8110.35. A bill for somo
blankets which woro burned nt the
quarantine hospital was referred buck
to tho committee to report, as it was
couaiderod exorbitant. Rest of report
adopted.
Aid, Cunningham, for tho information of tho council, reported informally
for tho park committeo, and said everything was progressing .satisfactorily.
Tho contract, for the fencing waa let
Monday, and would ho completed with
all expedition, A difficulty had arisen
as tu thu lighting of tho building.
Electricity had beeu propused, and on
the score that it would cost nt least
$500, was promptly rejected. Gas,
too, for the length of timo used, would
be very costly. Ho thought something
towards connecting tho building with
tho Agnes street main oould bo done
profitably, but ho would liko to consult with the council first.
Finance committeo recommending
payment uf tho following accounts:
Colonial hotel 84.00; F. Stirsky, g2.-
75; W. H. Philips, (corporate seal)
$23.00; Express company 35 cents;
adopted.
The clerk handed round a number
of impressions from the new city seal
and a vory handsome pieco of municipal jewellery it is. The escutcheon
bears St. George's cross piiucipal on a
field quarterly; the quarters representing the commerce of British Columbia
emblematically, u ship in full sail to
the left, abovo; a plough for agriculturo to tho right, abovo; to tho left,
below, a Douglas fir, and to the right
below, British Columbia's pride, tho
Knii.-i' river salmon- Tho crest is a
loouiotive nnd tondor; tho scroll upon
which tho escutcheon rests bears tho
noble device, "In God we trust."
Police committee reported recommending payment of the following ac
counts: R. Neil, $1.00; A. J. Smith,
(keep of prisonen) $24.40; adopted.
Water and sewerage committee repotted recommending that the following accounts bo paid: Ogle, Campbell
& Co., $22.50; D. Lyal & Co., 832 15;
C. P. Railway Co., $5.45; Wintemuto
Bros. 845.50; adopted.
On motion the New Westminster
Southern Railway bonus by-law was
read a second timo. On motion carried, and council went into committee
of the whole Aid. Shiles in the chair;
by-law was road a third time nnd
after much debate clause 5 was expunged. Mr. T. J. Trapp who was a
very interested listener to the discussion on this bylaw, spoke several times
very Btrongly for tho same. The bylaw as amended wus carried and ordered to be published.
A discussion arose as to which paper
the by-law Bhould be published iu.
Aid. Cunningham said The Columbian was road by evory respectable
family iu the city, besides which it
wns the muat widely circulated and
road. It was finally decided to publish
tho by-law in The Columbian,
The council thon adjourned.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCautoria
Tenders Wanted.
rilENDKRS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
X. the oflice of the undersigned until 12
o'clock noon on Wednesday, tlio 18th Instant, for completing the clearing of Lot
2, Suburban lllock 11, this city No tender
necessarily accented.
RAND BROS.
Now Westminster, B.O., Uth Sept., 1889.
Auction Sale!
Business Notice.
mHE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED
X to fumlidi plans and specifications for
nil classes of buildings (stono nnd brick a
specialty). Will furnish all the necessary
drawings nnd superintend work through a
competent Foreman, and will guarantee
perfect work for 3 per cent, of cost, Oflice
In Bank of B.O, Building, up stairs, New
Westminster JAMES KENNEDY,
dwselltc      ' Architect.
To Contractors!
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
the undersigned up to noon on MONDAY, the lUtli Intil., for llie erection of
Carriage House, stable and other buildings nt Mr. H.V. Edmond's new residence,
Queen's Avenue.
Plans and specifications can bo seen nt
iny oflico.
The lowestor any lender not necessarily
accepted.
G. W. GRANT,
Architect,
Westminster, Sopt. 11,1889.     dselU8
A By-law to raise by loan the turn of
$ I,~„-,000,00 for the purpose of giving
a bonus to the Xciv Westminster Southern Jin it,ray Company and to grant
to ihe satd Company certain lands
and privileges,
WHEREAS, It Is expedient to secure
tho construction und operation of
tho lino of railway nnd oilier worlts
mentioned In tlio Act of tho Legislative Assembly of tho Province
of British Columbia incorporating
the New Westminster Southern Rnllway
Co. and the net amending tho said act of
Incorporation, in tiio manner provided for
by certain articles of agreement bearing
date tlie tenth day or September, one
thousand eight hundred nml eighty-nine,
executed by the Mayor nnd Clerk of the
city of New Westminster (but so as not
to be binding unless and until this by-law
shall come Into force) and now deposited
with the snld clerk.
And whereas, for Hio purpose of raising the said sum of Slfci-OSO-OO- it is necessary lo Ins no debentures for that nmount:
And wtif-r.f-.j-,*-, tlie total amount required to be raised annually by special
rato for paying tlie snld debentures and
Interest thereon, ns hereinafter provided,
is 310-SJ9.C3;
Asn wheheas, the amount of the whole
rateable proporty of the enid cily accord*
hi'* to the Inst rovised assessment roll Is
$2fii0fi45M}
ANOWHEBBAS.tho total amount of llie
existing debt of the snld City is £21)0,000,00.
Therefore, tho Mayor and Aldermen
of the city of New Westminster in council
assembled enact as follows:
I. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of tho
city of NewWestminster to raise by wny
of loan from any person or persons, body
or bodies corporate, who may bo willing
to advance the same upon the credit of
the dobontures hereinafter mentioned, the
sumot Blt-5,000.00, and oause the same to
be paid into the hands of the Treasurer of
the said city for the purposo hereinbefore
recited.
'2. Itshall be lawful for tho said Mayor
to cause any number of debentures tn be
mndo ench fnr sucli sum of money not less
thnn "■'•OO.U-, or an equivalent expressed In
pounds uteriIngof the United Kingdom of
Great Britain nud Irelnnd at a value of
H.Stl-M lo lhc pound sterling, as mny be
required,and all mich debenturesNliall he
sealed with tbo seal of the corporal ion of
ibociivjof Now Westminstor nndolgncd
by tlie Mayor nnd countersigned by the
Treasurer thereof.
3. The suid debentures Khali lie made
pnynbleln fifty years from the day hereinafter mentioned for this, by-law lo take
efl'ect nt such agency of the Bankof Britisli Columbia In Camilla or In London,
England, ns the couhoMi of the corporation of tlio snld city may direct.
■I. The snld debentuivH shall have coupons at Inched for the payment of Interest
at tho rate of five per centum per annum
on the nmount of snld debenture*-.
,r>. Por the purposo of forming a sinking
fund for the payment of the debt hereby
created und the Interest, thereon as and
when the samo shall becomo duo n special rate of four mills und one-third of
ono mill In Hie dollar shall be raised ami
levied In each yenr upon nil tho rateablo
property In thesaid city of NewWesin in*
Bter In addition, to all other rntea.
(I. The sum of $1C0.<KI).C3 shall bo applied
as a bonus to tbo New Westminster Hontli-
orn Rallwny Company, and slinll i« payable to thesaid Company at the tlmesum-
itcd by thesaid In part recited nrtloles of
agreement for tho payment thereof by the
aaid Company, anil so much of the sum
of$5*C0J,Cu as may ho requisite shall be
applied and bo payable as therein provided, and tho rcsiduo, if any, shall bo up-
piled tosuch purposes of tho municipality ns tho council may direct.
7. Itshall bo lawful for tho Mayor and
Clork of the corporation of tho city'of Now
Westminster to make and enter Into for
nnd ln the name of nnd on behalf of Unsaid corporation nil deeds contnining all
such covenants, agreements, provisos and
conditions ns mny bo expedient for tbo
currying out of the aforesaid In part recited articles of agreement, such deeds
being first approved of by the council of
Die said corporation.
8. All proporty of tho snid Company
which It may bo possessed of nt nny time
shall bo and Is lieroby exempted from
taxation by the corporation of the city of
New West mlnsterdnrlng the const ruction
of tbo line of rallwny and other works r,r
tho Company, and for twenty-five yoars
from tlie completion thereof,
9. The ferry servico by-law, MSI, and tbe
workshops' bonus by-law, 1838, aro hereby
repealed.
li). So much of any other by-law or bylaws of the corporation of tho city of New
Westminster as may be at vailauco or inconsistent with this by-law is hereby repealed,
II. This by-law shall, before tho final
pnssngo theroof, receive tho assent of the
electors of tbo corporation In tliomanuei-
prnvldod by tho Now Weatmlnster Act of
18.SS, and amending Acts.
12, This by.jnwNhail come into force on
the 25th day of October, 18S9,
18.1 This by-law shall bo cited ns tlie
Railway Bonus By-Law, 1889,
By-law read ft first timo on tho second
day of September, 1689.
By-Inw rond ft socond time on the lOlli
day of September, 1889.
I will sell by public auction, on lhc
NOTICE.
1UKK NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE IS
, a true copy of the proposed By-Inw
wliich will bo taken Into consideration
by tho Municipal Counoil of tho oltyof
NowWestmlnster nfter ono month from
the final publication thereof In tho Bk.it-
ish Columtiian newspaper, which first
Subllcatlon took place on tho Uth day of
eptombor, 1889, and that a voto of the
electors of tho city will be taken on said
firoposcd By-law on the 14lh day or Or-
eber. IHHfl, between the hours of ft o'clock
n. m. and 0 o'clock p, in., at the following
places, namely: In Ward Na 1, at tho
residence of B.Oalblekj Dublin stroot, in
said Ward; In Ward No, 2, at. tho oflico of
tho Into Dominion Sawmill Co., Richard
hireet, In said Ward; In Want No. 8, at tbo
City Unit, In paid Ward; In Ward No. 4, at
Ht. Louis College, Blackwood street, In
said Wnrd,
D. ROBSON,
dsclitd city Clerk,
AGRICULTURAL GROUNDS,
Chilliwhack,
Somo Thoroughbred Holsteins, Cows and
Calves, New Milch Cows, Work Oxen,
Beef Cattlo, two-year-old Dairy Heifers,
One pair of Blackhawk four-year-old
Colts (buggy team), besides other horses
(broken) and colts (unbroken).
— AX. SO —
NEW TOP BUGGY
TWO-SEATED CARIOLE,
Two-Wheeled Cart, (new), Second-hand
buggy, Flvo Buck boards, Four Bain
Wagons, and lots of other artioles, ton
numerous tn mention.
A. M. NELSON,
dwsolotd Auctioneer,
PORT KELLS,
'Well Sitllnted oss
mm
I 11 iMiUi
Which runs through It,
"NINE MILES FROM WESTMINSTER.,
Port Kells will bo n depot on the South-
•crn Rnllwny, and Important steamboat
landing. The townsito gradually slopes
to the river, and Is mostly cleared and
prairio land, good for fruit trees of all
kinds. No heavy timber. Sevornl country roads running through it. Good
springs of water. Iron mines about to bo
■developed. UO lots running back from
the rlvor ln a square block, will bo sold by
PUBLIC AUCTION I
COLONIAL HOTEL,
In this City, on
ff.jmm&co.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, NewWestminster! B.C.
[TELEPHONIC NO, 66.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, IH UND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AQENTS,
STOCX AND SHARE BROKERS.
London and Laiiontlilre Fire and
British Kmplre Lire Insurance
Compnulen.
Hew Weitmimter II ull ding Society.
Accountant's Offlce, Dlocene of N.W.
City Audltore, 18B6,1HR7 and 1089.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND BELLING OF REAL PROPER-
TY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
and other monetary turn suctions.
Have soveral good investments on tholr
books, and nil new comers will do woll to
call beforo doing business elsewhere
dw8dely
.urn
Commencing at 7:30 p. in., on the
following
TP"BIJR,3SIS-S'.,'j and  under, cash;
over MS, Jf* cain,« In 8 months, \. In o
months, with no interest.
5 nnd fl, blk V, sub-
Lot fi, blk IV, sub-
Lot 10, blk IV, fiub-
<'ood hnrd-fiulslied
on tbu lid lugs,
of Lot 15, Group I,
IiANDINO-B-K. M
fronting on Bound*
TORT MOODY.-Lols
division of Lot 877.
division of Lot 203,
division of ljoti.iL'.
two-story house and
Lot No. a, subdivision
4 8-10 acres.
Also--at LADNER'S
See. M, Township II,
nry Bury,
dselOld
Ogle, Campbell k Freeman
ARE OPENINC DAILY THEIR
Fall and Winter Ooods!
SPECIAL;
Art Figured Pongee Silk.
Art Muslins.
JUST RECEIVED.
First SHIPMENT of LINEN GOODS JUST OPENED
THE LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE.
MASONIC BLOCK.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
HAVE JUST RECE-VEB THEIR
-:- COMPLETE STOOK OF <-
J,        *„,.*.._,  »       __,..yg
FOR  FALL  AND   WINTER.
A PARTICULARLY GOOD LINE in MEN'S
LIGHT FALL OVERCOATS.
AND SPECIAL THINGS IN BOYS' SUITS.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
Tlio Popular CIoIIiIiir lionise,     •    •     •     Oolumbla Street.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
x-iuvx.xaB i»
Choice Famijy Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Xja*bxac*Lox "EjEerxing's,
iviEaolTexel, Salt Cod,
^.xnao-ax's "D"n.c. -EJEanae,
-^xi-ao-ax's T7x*.c. Sacoxi.
*F*lo*ax. Bxan.- Slioxte,
sWHIOHBST PRICKS PAID FOR PARiT PRODUCE.
mwtij Sooullar'Armttrong Blook, Columbia St.
JasEllardiCo
Are Now Opening
-THEIR-
FIRST INSTALMENT
 OF	
* NEW *
FALL MILLINERY
--ALSO
A COMPLETE lolJ-JE OF
Ladies', Hisses' and Children's
Mantles, Cloaks and Jackets.
LONDON HOUSE,
COLUMBIA STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
dwoclSto
Jf '. *w.Xv.--caL.J^.JSjm
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES,
A full line of 8pcct4lCles *£*. Eyc-OlassoS in stool, rulibur, silvor arc &tit\
frames.   The linest Pebbles made, $4 ner mirj nil sights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS.   Havlitj* loai-nt-.	
business thoroughly from somo of the finest Horologe ra In England, and sluoo cliuii
managid tho watch-repairing departments of a fow of tho host firms pu tho ii,i<jl-i*
nent of America, is a -sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly iiiu.-i-
ger for nearly 8 years of tlio well-known firm of Savage h Lyman, MfrntavU.
Chargca Moderate,
Montreal, Deo., 1887.—-Mr. F, Crake—Andw, Robertson, Esq., Cluiivinnn ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, Bays- "I never found a Watchmaker why A\l no
well for me bb you did when in Montreal, and I nm uorry you aro not hero to-day."
tlwapiuto . -.,--!Ji_a.
D. S. CURTIS & C
AQENT8 B. LAURANOE'S SPEOTAOLE8.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Wi&fi.
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
XX X Or XX - a Xj Jl s s
DRY GOODS
 -t_.-_TX_,	
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,
and Ulsters.
A Large Assortment of MEN'S SUITS
from $7.00.
WALKER Si SHADWELL,
siwHioto coiumbia m\_m.

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