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VOLUME 7
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. 0., FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1889.
NUMBER 70
PROFESSIONAL AKD BUSINESS CARDS.
v E. HI. N. WOODS,
JjAnniSTER-AT-LAW. Offleo-McKen-
L)  zle Street. dauSto
T. C. ATKINSON,
>AR,HIBTEn, SOLICITOR, Ac. Offloes-
J Masonlo Building, New Westminster,
■"*>■ dwto
A11M6TUONCI A, KOKSI'KIN,
tiAimiflTKIW, SOLICITORS, KTG.-
i Masonic Building, New W^stm Inter, Ii. 0. divmyjte
W.NOttMAN UOId'i, H.C.,
_lATlRIffrfin-AT-LA\7tT,.\NlJA0ENr.
■«'">   Money IdLdimi. Oili-v -('Inrl:-*uu St.,
new Wfesliinlnater; P. 0. ^dto
if     COUItUl LO, SleCm.1, A JKIKJlftl,
IjARBISTBRS, SOLICITORS, elc.  Offl-
;0   to:1—Mn"01110 Uuildin-js, Kew West*
■i Instor, and Vam tmvor. l!. Ci.       dwlo
A.C. BttYDONl-'-JAf'fe- HI. A.,
KAimisfciBB, SOLICITOR, NO'J'AUV
l-uulic, Ae, Ollli-e In the J In in ley
ullillir',Columbia hi., op-io-iUt* tin* Coi-
plul lloiiil. dr,*t-n£i(i
J05C1PU m. UA.YMOJl, H.A.,l.!,.U.
-<0M> MEDALIST of ihe Unlverolt) of
A Dublin. HAUR1STKR-AT l,A\Y ol
nd JI.»iCniirl, of .In-*,- .<-(), l:i!lnnd. Oillces,
oniiv I'felCenzio & Uliiilarm His., New
IVe-il-.nl.isler. *     dwfe'.'llo
jj*- ■■      A. J. HOLM IBS, l>. I». 8.,
fctrnrcoNT)EN*n*iT. giu-iuaio <-' tbo
Wi  olilo Co'lr-ie rt  uenl.il Hiinc",-, Is
-   '."i Dr. "ar 0. llrown, A'l rork
Uypor-'ormi I. KaomsS-tC Dank
.. ..olumbia ,-■. I loin-,-:) In I. r ni.;
5io0n.ni, d ;"'e
G. W. OllA&JT,
i 11CUITE01'.  Oilice—Corner Mary and
OliulaonM*'., V/eslinlniler,   dwlo
CLOW  iV. KIAOIiUAUI,
Wl lWilltTEtril.    OfHce-ltonm 13, over
Jl   Rank of 1!. CColiunljia.Street,Wost-
itiifilei'.  .   din
WIMjIAH h. kino,
11 ROHITBOT.SANITAllVBNGIKMKB,
[i. Ac  Removed to Armstrong'sBlook,
ilninbla  Street,   Westminster-Room
dto
W. TH1UAVDEAV,
. AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUQHTB-
ij man. Hamley Black, New Wostmln-
\er, 11, 0. dmylSto
a. p. cwnQS.
i -DOMINION ANn PROVINCIAL LAND
IJ SURVEYOR. (.Hllce: Room D.Ranlt
f B.Q. bnlldlng, W''^"^""^^"-^...
ALBi'irr J. hill
(jr.OAs.soo.ojj.).
■rtiviLENGINEER, LAND SURVEYOR
t nnd DRAUGHTSMAN. Hamloy
!°ir !'■ New Wct'inhiHler. dwau2:llc
(-. 1'iTn-Mmic.ii,
>EALKSTATi': DROKER and County
% Oourt A;;enl, -'utmulf-.slouer. Notary
ubllo.Ac. Routs nolleoted. Oitlce—Me-
oir.loStreet,Now Westminster,B.0.
T. J. TRAPP,
UOTIONEER    AND     APPRAISER-
Columbln street, Now Westminster.
i <-nmi.il anions   will   receive  urompt
l careful alloutlon. Rent references
■en when required.        mli 12-te
E. FINLAVSON,
YIANO TUNER, fiom Brand wood A
Rous, London. England, end Stoln-
yASouti, How York, now ivhUIIiij-lu
..nionver, vill nlii'iid lo orders •oil.at
r, Zed. ft. UnllN and I). Lyal tt Co.'s
Trips lhl. week of each monlli.
tlnnStc
nr.1
TURNER, HEETON A CO.,
/TERCIIANTS. Wharf St., Vleloiln.
(I Agenta for North B: Itish aud Mer-
'utile Insuranco Co. for Mnlulund., H.
Bkkton A Co., 80 Flnsbuiy Circus, Lon-
ni.E.O. die
iiperial lire Insurance Co,
OB1 X.0"N*X)O*I**T.
' II'ITII,.       -       £1,000.000 Big.
Rates as low as any other reliable Com-
tnlOH doing luislne-'s lu British Colum-
ii. W. J. ARMSTRONG,
IJlySlo Agent for New wost.
lOAKER BROS. & CO'Y
Chapel Walk, Smith Castlo SI., Liverpool, England.
Jank Buildings, Columbia Street, New
w Wcsimlii**ter,B. C.
hipping and Commission
Ieheru Wholes aie Hetichakto & I wjbieis
sty description of Hoods imported lo
.or siml Custom nml 81sli> Uroklns
■snotcd. Lislesl Freight iiml Mnrhel
■ustloiis. slsvuuaio
SAND BROS.
1&1. KSTATl-l BUOKKUK,
l*o«v«y(inceTfi, Oolleelort-
Anil Iiiturnuoe Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER:  Comor
MoKonzIo and Olarknon Sts.
VANC10UVER, Cordova Slreet.'
LONDON .England.
JbriNU LOTH for salo In all sections
Koouverand Now Wostminstor Oity,
JiM LANDS of fitinorlor quality for
■ nt Ohtlllwhnek, Port Hammond,
iley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Huy.Liid-
iljiindlnff, Lnlu Island, Nortii Arm
Fill River.
tp. and Plana exhibited and the full-
■formation furnished at all nuroffleesi
HOUSE TO LET
lO^.NRB OF ACNES AND ELLIOTT
i HlreeiSjSseisrtUoCosivoist. Possession
SltBEBT 0. BOSS.
GIRL   WANTED
10   DO   GENERAL   HOUSEWORK.-
Apply to
MRS. .TAS. CUNNINGHAM,
dfitillo Agnes Htrocl.
Mill'   ,.,   III ,	
mediately.  Apply to
1bo171c HE i
TO RENT.
MIE UPSTAIRS FLAT IN BUILDING
corner of Columbia nnd Doiu-lnsHt'*,
'-Mxllll.   Applyto
danSto HENRY V. EDMONDS.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of ull.kiiiiU of the tsesst iniilsce; ''I'liss-cllt Si Mtmil-SaWS,
BarM Wire for Fencing, nnd ssll tlio necessary (itulisils for I'arilliUSI
Pulley IHocks, Sniitcli "Slocks, Itoyss & tjliiiin in »H sinosj l'ltcli,
Tar & Oakiimi Tus-red nml 1'1-sss raiser fsT Biilldlii-'i I'nints Ss Oils
Innll ecliirai I,l((iiiil Paints in nil eiir.-lt.-s,; Fluor Palnls ren'ly to n»c; tlrind
Stonesi Wall Paiiei- in nil ilcsisiw; Broisii-s & [Si'llslliss for nil nurpososi
Ijlllll'is'.alill^ OlisJ! 'J'l-apS of nil sleseriuliom. isnil n generitl -ssortint'iit of
Agriciilliiral linplcmentSs
t__" fjpoolal Bttwstiotl given to otslons !\y si.-s.il.
t. t. 'r:mj_^_jp_p so co.,
dwjlySto \ CoHJM'jiu Stiibiit, Nkw Wkstminhtgr.
For Hire.
1WO OBTIIHEE MAMS OFSTllONa
WOllKINd HOUSES.
Asslslylo
5tc   WOOISS, TIIltNEB dl I1AMIU.E.
FOR   SALE.
A Unnleii lu (he City.
TT (MNTAISS 8 AOBKS ANI) IS ALL A
vi'io'tnblo Rnrdon; Is oloso to tlso lor-
ilnnsof tlso Houllierii Bnllsvuy.  Apply
s a. A. KELLY,
klsr'lL'inl MoKonsslo SI.
*s*%l
lew :^noess
Mew
poers
At GRANT & MACLIJfcS.
J.S.MANSON'S TAILORING ESTAUSHMENT;
tColiutilHti Streeti New Wcstininatci'.
Positively tlie largest and best assorted Btouk over shown iu this eity, eousiefc-
ing of French and I'uglUh Worsteds, Scotch 8uitings, Irish Serge, ko.
/rsrPerfcct fit guaranteed or no anle.
%_-_ uluff 0
OPENING DAILY AT THE
A complete stock' of Ladies', Misses'
and Children''! Coats, also Ladies' Sealette
and Plush Dolmans and Jackets.
dtc *M:-E2!3. •\KT2»£. XZJlIEL.
C. ii. WOODS, Land Surveyor.
A. (I. OAMBI.K, sNotnry Viilslio.
s, iuroer & eatisoie,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE, IMRAHCE,
Financial Agents and Conveyancers.
Land Surveying in all Ua branches accurately and promptly carried out.   City and
Suburban Lands for Sale.    Wu cau show a complete list of desirable localities. Farming lands,improved ami nniiiinrtived, throughout thedlstrict
Money to Loan on First Mortgage at
Current Rate of Interest.
Agents for tho following Insurance Companies:
Western of Toronto, Mtvm, Oity of London,
Hartford and Travellers.
OFFICE—Opposite Post Office, Bank of B. C. Building, Columbia Street, New Westminster. Telephone Call No, 33.
1*. 0. Drawer" W." dseiotc
MAJOR tt PEARSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Financial and Insurance Agents,
Property for Sale til nil nuts of the City and Suburbs. Wu also liavo listedaoniu
of the finest farming lnnd in the Province. MONl'JY TO LOAN. HOUSES TO
KENT. Agents for the Cunfederation Lifo Association of Toronto, tho London
liuaraiitoo and Accident Co,, Limited, (lenerul Aueiils for Britisli Columbia for
the American Steam llniler insurance Co. of Now York, the Koyul and Atlas Fire
Assurance Companies of England, Union Fire and Marino IiiBiu-aueo Co. of Snn
Ki'tiuclsco, Houtli British Firo and Marino Insurance Co, of New Zealand.
 OFFICES	
NEW WESTMINSTEU-Coliunliia Street, Bank of B. C. Block.
VANCOUVEB--ITastitiRs Street, opposito the Post Oflice.
d who 1 Otc
Richards, Haywood
Real Estate and Financial Agents,
Conveyancers, Notaries Public, Etc.
A.gents for Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
LOANS   NEGOTIATED,
COLLECTIONS   MADE,  SURVEYS  TAKEN,  MAI'S AND PLANS PREPARED.
[(ID OAI Ci    Business; Residence and Suburban Property, Improved nnd Unimproved
lUll UnLt'    -f'll'lm'nK Lands, Timber and Mineral Claims.
This posrdor never vnrlcs. A marvel of
pssr!ty,Bt*'fli'Kth assd wssolesontonesp,More
ccoiioissleal tlissss tlto ordinary kinds, sstsd
cannot lie sold In eoinpolltlon svltlillio
nsssllltudo of ltev test, short svelglst alissss
or phosphate oosvders. Hold onlyln cans.
Koyai.hakisics Tosvukss Co., 106 Wall BU,
Now Vorss. afely
liioiir Bell.
Teliphoiie 57,
1
CHEMISTS & DRUGGISTS.
Columbia Bt.,   -   New Westminster.
w
■: HAVE ONE OF THB  BEST
Selected Stocks in tho City.   Our
Drugs are perfectly puro   and enn ho
thoroughly lL-lied upon.
''O"1' Own" Beef, Iron & Wine
is, beyond the shadow of a ilnuht, tho
best preparation of   its   kind   in   the
world.
daplSte
BUSINESS NOTICE
I HAVE THIS HAY TAKEN INTO
piu'lnon-lil-i E. W. McInmiiw nnd In
liilup'llii! inisliiess will lie entulucted under the name and style of a. a k. W.
MelsNIRH. A. Mt-INNIKB.
WE WISH TO NOTIlfY THE PURMC
thai \v<- have ro*openod lu the NKW
.S'i'DHK,carunr 'almnlila A l*»ou-jlaK S(».,
wllh a full and noleot lino of
Groceries & Provisions
KnJli'ilicL" a coiiliiiniiuceof tin- ptihllu
luttroini^i*;        A. A li. W..Ml-INKIEH.
New West., August!), 1880. dautlyl
t. i. sum & oo.
Queen's  Hotel  Block,
Nl'.W Wi:sT*IIX«TI!K.
UelialilB Drugs & Medicines
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PBHSCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY.
TEIEPHOIIE Ho. S3. slnpltc
D. LYAL & CO.
Pianos,
Organs*
Vooalions
HOOKS,
STATIONERY,
FANCY GOODS,
TOYS, Etc., Etc.
N. ll.-»oIicrty Organs sold nt
50 per cent, off Jist prices, for cash.
lit ill., ntn ii I'.suillll!
dsv.inilml
lolonial Block-,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
-OFPIOBS	
176 Cordova Street,
VANCOPVER.
" 1 Yates Street,
VICTORIA.
SO   OO.
Real   Estate,
INSURANCE
-—AND	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact nil Businoss relating to
ileal Estate.
—ABENTS KOI1—
London Amnrance Corporation.
Connecticut Vlro Insuranco Co, nr
Hartford.
London and Liinrnshlrc Life .Isnnr-
anco Co.
Canton Insurance Olllcc, 1,d. (Marine)
0FF10E81 •
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Qove'rnment St., Victoria
d-vsellyl
QUEBEC'S CALAMITY.
'    1 	
Falling; Rocks Bury Whole Families.    A Desperado's Death.
Tbe Nicaragua Canal.
Rivalry Between Union and Northern Pacific.   Cloud Burst iu
New Mexico.
Reported Suicide of Mrs. Hamilton.   A Tcace-Maker Stabbed
to the Heart.
t'Kl'SlMUi TO DBAl'n.
QtJisiiKL', Sept. 19.— To-night eevpral
(liflustiml'tuna of inck slid from Oapu
Diamond at the end of Dufferin' Ter*
rico tu Oliamplain Btreet, .'JOO feet
bulow, (lemolialiing in ita course seven
(IwplHngB, Up to irntliiiglit aix budies
bad beon taken from thu ruinu, Tims.
FurvIaiKl, nud two children named
Burke,-uui one tinktmwt- child. About
25 iiemuiH hiivu been removed front
tho debris badly injifrod. Somo have
broken tirtut- and lens, and others are
badly crushed and mutilated. It ia
supposed that at lenst 'AO persona aro
yet under the ruins. The mass d«-
tnched from tbo cliff side left a vacant
apace of extraordinary dime up ion a under Duiforin terrace, und tho meat
promomado ia uow unsafe. Tun corp-
seii nnd nixteon wounded havo been
taken out. It will tako aoveral daya
tn recover nil the bodieB. Tho damage will exceed §100,000. Houaoa in
that locality woro built of stono nnd
brick and inhabited by ship laborers.
The i.llicera and men of the royal school
of cnlvnry aro coming to tho rescue with
ropoaj picks and shovela, About six
hundred men nre now at work. Three
more bodieB hnvo just bton kkon from
tho ruins and the bodies are covered
with coagulated blood and dust, and
arc a sickening apectaclo te behold.
The rcdemptory fnthers nro among the
re:cuors.
THE DEATH ROLL.
Quebec, Sept. 20.—Following ia a
revised liatns far as known up to noon:
Killed, Jas. Furrell, three Farrell
children, two Burke children, one
Bradley child, ono child of P. Filz-
Heralds, Mrs. Bracket, Mra. Stephen
Burke, Harry Black, Win. Black,
Thoa. Nolan and Mrs. Redely. Tho
injured are : Mr. and Mra. Oarbon,
O'Neill, Mrs. Mike Sheridan and child,
Thos. Boriigan, Donnia Borrignti, Jaa.
Httytlen, Wm. Sloven and snn, Nellie
Deenny- Pat. FiK«ornld, M. Roady,
thrcO Mayburg ehildron, S. Bntke,
Ilia mother, Mrs. Fitzgerald, Thomas
Graham, Wm, Power wifo and child,
Mis T. Farrell, aomo dead nnd
wouudud aru now being taken out uf
thu ruins,   naine-i aa yet unknown.
Latku. - Additional kiliod — MrB.
Thos. Ilerrigiin. Additional iujured
—Miss Mny Cold well, seriously. Tho
work of rescue was pursued unceasing-
1}' throu<-hout the night andstill goes on
with unabated vigor, but tho task is
a gigantic ono. For instance, tho
Black family aro buried under debris
twelve fact deep; when Miss May
Caldwell, niece of Mrs. Black wns extricated life wns almoat extinct, Bhe ia
aeriouily hurt. Tho next person
reached was Mr. Thomaa Berrygan
whose wifo had boen taken out. He
wus badly shattered and in a critical
condition. Then camo » boy nf 8
yoars.of age, named Berrygan with
left leg crushed. Mrs. Black was next
taken out unconscious and remained bo
for B hours.   She is badly hurt.
THE QUBBEO LAND   .SLIDE.
QoEitEO, Sept. 20.—The work of excavating atill goes on nt tho scene of
the terrible land s'.ido, but a fow bodies
havo been taken oub since midnight.
A large number of persons are still
missing nud there ia no doubt but thoy
nre beneath tho ruins and ao deep
down that thoy will all bo de;id before
they nro rescued. Tho luas sustained
by tlio surviving victims of tho disaster ia almost total in Aldiiion to homo
lost. Tho sullerers aru working men
and have lost all their summer's earn*
ings, Tho injured havo been removed
to the hotel Dieu, where they nre receiving all possiblo cnre. The list of
tho doad will be prepared before neon.
THE QUEBEC CATASTROPHE.
Quebec, Sept. 20.—-Tho latest nows
from tho lnnd slide statea that the persons roacued are Misa Mary Coldured,
Thomas Berrigan, a boy namod Berri-
gan, nnd Mrs. Black, all badly bruised.
Mrs, Black states that hor husband
was killed nt tho door of their house,
nnd is still in tho ruins.
DEATH OF A DESt'EEtABO.
MooitEHKAD, Minn., Sept. 20.—-
John Tlionwa Raymond, alias Thoa-.
Brown, was hanged in the corridor of
tho jail hore at 4 o'clock this morning.
Raymond shot and killed policeman
Powell in this city last December.
Though but 20 yoars old, tlio niurder
of ollieur Puwoll is uot his only grave
crime. Burglaries and robberies by
tho score can bu charged to hin account,, and nt least two murders must
bo added to hia list. A year aj-oa
pugilist named Fulljnmea, of Toronto,
was killed in a priv-o tight in a barn
at Grand Forks. Tho murderer was
never caught. Brown's confession
cli'iiia up tho mystery, Tho man who
killed Fulljames was "Boston Carey,"
otherwise known nf "Box Car Carey,"
and a fow days later ho was shot dead
by Brown nenr Hillsboro, Dakota, in
in a row.
RAILWAY   RIVALRY.
San Fhancisco, Sept. 20. Commenting on tho report that tho Northern Pacific hail enjoined tho Union
Paciiic from building across its track
at Spokane Falls, a,well known rail*
way ofliciul to-duy snid, "That will not
amount to nny thing except to cause a
lew dayi- delay. Those two roads are
having a cat and dug tight in Oregon
and Washington, The Union Pacifio
through its leased lino, that of the
Oregon Navigation Company, is doing
sumo rapid construction just now. By
tho 1st of October it will be in Spokane Falls, lu Idaho it is working
under the name of tho Washington
nud Idaho Railway. That road will
go to Mullen Missoula and Garrison.
This is all Northern Pacifio territory
thnt is boinfi invaded. There is nlso
going to bo an invasion north from
Portland before long. The Union
Pacific wants to reach Tacoma, Seattle
and Puget Sound, and I think the
Northern Pucitie people will let the
Union Pacitic run its trains on their
track to those points. If thoy do nut
concede that privilego it is my opinion
that under the name of tho Fort Townsond nnd Southern Railwny the Union
Pacitic will build a parallel line. Surveys are in existence for thnt very purpose.
DISASTROUS*- CLOUD   BURST
Qehachaai, N. M., Sept. 20.-A
cloud buret near Keene station to-day
and submerged the Southern Pacitic
railway track to the depth of 10 feet.
It struck 2 ranches here nnd tho rush
of water tore up orchards, carried off
stock in houses and lauded them in
tho canyon below.
A HALE  OLD COUI'LU.
BUKLINUTQN, MiiBB., Sept. 20.—Mr.
and Mrs. John F. Snow, of San Francisco, celebrated their golden wedding
nt the old homestead, in this town,
Thursday, coining from the Pacitic
coaat specially for tho purposo. Relations were present from Chicago,
Cincinnati, Philadelphia and eastern
cities. The aged couplo will return to
California iu October.
BUIOIDE 01* MRS.  HAMILTON.
New York, Sopt. 20. --Tho Afoni-
iny Journal publishes a despatch from
Atlantic which sayi* it ib rumored thore
that Mre. Robt. Ray Hamilton, who
was sentenced yesterday to 2 years imprisonment for stabbing nurse Donully,
hns committed suicide.
STRUCK BY  LIGHTNING.
Tucson, Ariz., Sopt. 20.— Daring
tho rain st-irm hore last night, two
buildings were struck by lightning and
demolished; many othors wero damaged.
don't want the honor.
Washington, Sept. 20.—Major W.
Warner, of Missouri, haa been asked
by tho president to reconsider his determination not to ticcept the post of
commissioner of pensions. Ho goes
to Drco park thia afternoon to confer
with tho president.
THE PEACEMAKER'S LOT.
WiLKESBAKit, Pn., Sopt. 20.— Mrs.
Patrick Furrell, boarding houso keeper at Jermin, Lackawanna county,
wns killed last uight by being stabbed
to tho heart whilo trying to Beparato
two fighting boarder.-.
SPANISH-AMERICAN PRIDE,
San Fhancisco, Sopt. 10.— Advices
irom Central America by the steamship Acapulco, state that tho president
of Honduras has gono to Guatemala in
order to meet Presidents Barillar of
Guatemala, and Menendez of Salvador, to make arrangements with them
in order to mediate on serious difficulties which have arisen respecting
tho inter-oceanic canal between Nicaragua and Costn Rica. Mr. Miser,
American Minister to Central America,
Bays that tho c'.ifticultids havo arisen
more from a jealous guarding of national dignity on both sides than from,
any actual injury doue or suffered, aud
ho is conlidont that tbe differences
will bo Bottled harmoniously before the
ond of next month.
A JOURNALIST HONORED.
New York, Sept 19.—Wm. J.
Kennedy, political re porteron tho Times
and former city editor of Journal and
Press, waa to-dny appointed supervisor
.of the city record, in place of W. J.
McLoughlin, resigned.
A WEST INDIAN RIOT.
Washington, D. C, Sept. 19.—-A
cablegram from tho consul nt Kingston,
Jamaica, stites that a riot occurred nt
Xovita, n Gunuo island owned by
General B. F. Butler mid an American
company, and soveral Americans were
killed. Tho Galono haa been ordered
to tho scene of the trouble,
HEAVY RAILWAY TRANSFER.
Cincinnati, Sept. 19.—Cincinnati,
Washington, and Baltimore Railroad,
was sold at 11:30 to dny, at the comt
houao. It was purchased for $5,000,-
000 by E. R. Bacon, representing bond
holdersnnd stockholders in this country
and England, Tlio road was sold on
a foreclosure mortgage.
accidentally shot.
Dunsmuir, Cal., Sept 19.--Ono of
n number of railroad employees, accidentally tired a revolver in -i saloon
hore last night, nnd E, D. Lako, an
engineer, wns shot and kiliod. He
lenves u wifo and two children in San
Francisco.
NO ONE TO BLAME.
Oaklasd, Cai,., Sept. 19.—At midnight, last night, the coroner's jury
found 110 ono to blame for the recent
boiler explosion at the California door
and snsti company's manufactory,
whereby six men lost their lives;
holding that they wore unablo to determine the cause of the explosion.
EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS IN CALIFORNIA.
Uktaij, Cal., Sept. 19,— From
Monday until Tuesday afternoon thero
were not less than a dozen shock*) of
carthf|unk<' in thia vicinity.
VERY IMPORTANT.
Boston, Sept, 19.—Sullivan will
start for Nl*v* York to-night to engage
Iko Woir and Patsy Kennigan to go
with his combination).
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Dune ui Ortinpbull <V Sun, importers
of tailors' trimming-, Montreal, as.
signed wilh liabilities of $40,000 last
week. Tho junior member of the tlrm
has nbacoiidi'd. Six thousand dollars
worth of forged paper ia in the banks.
Lieut.-Governor Royal arrived in
Montreal from tho Northwe'st capital,
and returned west yesterday. He snys
political mutters nro unusually quiet iu
tho Northwest at present. Extensive
preparations are being mado nt Regina
for the reception aud entoitrtiiimcnt of
tho governor general.
At thu synod of the Anglican church
iu Canada, the discussion of the Jesuits
quostion wm resumed from Wednesday night nnd a memorial from the
diocese of Ontario was referred tci a
committee. Hon. G. W. Allan moved
that the hviu'd do petition the parliament uf the Dominion nt it) next session to enact such laws aB will secure
the hotter observance of the Lord's
day in tho Dominion.
GRATIFYING TO ALU
The high position attained and the
universal acceptance and approval of the
pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of
Figs, as the most excellent laxative
known, illustrate tho value of tho qualities on which its success is based and
aro abundantly gratifying to tho Cal.
Fig Syrup Company.
Dreaa -Hon-da at Coal at Wolfcnflen's.
Overcoats, Clothing nnd Gentlemen's
Furnishings, suitable for present and
winter use, clearing nt cost prices, at
W. & G. Wolfonden's. *to
ALSACE-LORRAINE.
A   Prominent  French   Journal
Speaks Out Very Strongly on
the Subject.
A   Deputation of  Irish   Workmen Visit Paris to View their
Own Products.
The   Moors   Afraid   of Spauish
Wrath aud will Deliver Up
Their Captives.
THE OALLIO COCK CROWS.
New York, Sept. 20.—Ie Courier
Des Btats Uuis, the leading French
organ, says editorially this morning,
relative to recent utterances of M.
Freyciuet nnd General Miribel concerning the Frenoh army: "The conclusion from all this is thst wo all, ns
far as possible, should display oar entire sympathy and admiration for our
brothers of Alsace-Lorraine, who have
this great, this sublime. courage to
servo day by day against the invader.
This is what the chiefs of our army
havo done, indirectly, in raising high
the French flag in very view of the
German frontier; that is the best proof
of the sympathy we can give to our
loyal brothers of Alsace-Lorraine "
IRISH ENTERPRISE.
Dublin, Sept. 20.—A deputation of
Irish workmen from various departments of industry has gone to Paris
to study the products of the trade exhibited at the exposition.
SPIRITED ACTION.
London, Sept. 20.—The SHverton
Telegraph Works has looked out 2,-
000 men who demand an advance of
wages.
BOULANGER HONORED.
London, Sept. 20.—Fifty retired
oflicers of the French army, who wero
formerly comrades of Boulanger, presented the general with an address
protesting against his prosecution by
tho government and expressing a wish
tliat he may gain a striking victory in
the coming eleotion for members of
the chamber of deputies.
BRINGING THEM TO   TIME.
Madrid, Sept. 20.—Advices from
Langier say that the Moors have issued a proclamation warning the
natives not to harm Christians on pain
of death. It is believed that the ruffians will release the captured Spanish
Bailors on Saturday.
BOULANGER HOPEFUL.
London, Sept. 19.—A representative of tho press nows association called upon General Boulanger at his
residence in Portland Place this morning. The general was in good spirits
and confident that the result of the
elections in France would he iu his
favor. He said his frionds und supporters were carrying on the campaign
with vigor and his hopo was undiminished in apite of the storm of defamation which tho government and politicians who wero against him were
pouring out. Tho general did not
think everything would be decided ou
Sunday next. There was an unusual
number of candidates ia the field; at
least 2,000 nominations hsd been
made for about 6C0 seats. In consequence of this multiplicity of candidates, in many districts a majority
would uot be obtained, and he estimated that second ballotings would be
necessary in 200 cases. These 200
supplementary elections will probably
take place October Oth.
POLICE INTERFERENCE IN IRELAND.
London, Sept. 19.—The little town
of Dungannon, in tho eounty Tyrone,
Ireland, is to-night, in a perfect frenzy
of excitement over a political controversy. A week ago a number of English Liberals, who are travelling
through Ireland with a view of studying the Home Rule question on its
native soil, interested themselves to
organize in Dungannon a publio meeting iu the interests of Home Rule, the
date of wheih was fixed for to-night.
For nearly a whole week tho fact that
such a meeting was to be held was
well known to everybody in the county
Tyrone, and not a single word of objection came from the police authorities. To-night, however, tho Market
square, where the meeting was to have
been hold, ia filled with armed police
and placards are posted proclaiming
the meeting. This aetion of the authorities excites the most intense indignation among those in sympathy
with the object of the meoting, and
a deputation of the Englishmen who
were chiefly instrumental in organizing
it called upon the magistrate this ovening to protest against this attack upon
.the right of free speech. They were
told that tlie meeting had been pro*
claimed because it seemed certain that
if it was permitted, bloodshed would
result, as the Orangemen proposed to
organize a counter meeting only a
stone's throw away in case tho Homo
Ruler's assembled. Dungannon to*
night is divided into two hostile
camps, Catholics, and Orangemen,
taking evory opportunity to hurl defiance at one another. Up to this
time no more serious consequences are
reported thnu a few broken heads, the
results of isolated diaturbnnccs, but
the feeling runs pretty high and tho
police are nearly all concent rated un
tlio ocene of tho proclaimed meeting;
nows from that point is awaited with
considerable anxiety.
PAVING THE WAY.
London, Sept. 18.—Mr. Chamberlain, in his speech at Hudderafield laat
evening, made n point which has attracted some attention by asking tho
Glndstonians to make a plain statement of thoir general policy, Ho
pointed out that oven if tho liberals
should win at the next general election, live or six years must clapio
before their ideas of home rule could
be brought into practical operation,
meanwhile what was to be thoir internal and foreign policy outside uf
the Irish question i Ho intimated
that in their raco for home rule, the
liberals were drifting into alliances
with radicals, socialists and all sorts
of people whose claims upon the
party in the event of success would be
a menace to the orderly and safe conservative progress of the country.
Before appealing to the British publio
for a return to powor, the liberals
should define moro satisfactorily than
they had hitherto dono, what they
proposed to do for the country as a
whole.
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Y. M. C. A. CONVENTION.
Slxlli Annual Convention ot the Facias
Northweit Association.
The sixth annual convention of the
Young Men's Christian Aisoc-iation of
the Pacific Northwest commenced in
Vancouver yesterday, und will be continued until Sunday. Tho morning
session commenced by un informal
mooting iu tho rooms of the tu sedation,
ut which many wero present. At 10:80
a devotional mooting at the Baptist
Churoh was commenced, oonducted by
N. H. JacEB. Thoro were eighty-six
delegates present. After tho service
all mot nt the Y.M.C.A, room*, fl'hen
tho convention waa declared open.
Tho following persons wero unanimously chosen oflicers of tho convention: T. M. Henderson, of Victoria,
president; G. F. Orchard, of Tacoma;
Hon. John Robson, of Victoria; D. S.
Curtis, of New Westminster; vice-
presidents; A. E, Rand, of Kb* Westminster; E. W. Frewer, of Vanoouvor,
secretaries. When the business* above
mentioned was finished the convention adjourned to the Wilson Hall
where an elaborate spread had been
prepared by the ladies of tho Baptist
and Congregational churches. Fivo
long tables were well filled by thu delegates and friends ot the work, all of
whom did justice to the delicacies so
bi.uqtifully provided by the ladies. After a considerable timo had been spont
at the lunch a number of excellent and.
witty speeches were delivered, which
wero listened to with great interest
and frequently applauded. Aftor the
entertainment of this material oharaoter had beon amply enjoyed by the
visitors and friends, Rev. E. D. McLaren, B. A., on behalf of Mayor Oppenheimer, who was unavoidably absent, made a welcoming spec :h. Mr.
McLaren extended greetiuRsoi the most
cordial oharaoter. Addresses uf welcome were then delivered by the Rev.
J. B. Kennedy and W. Hicks, nfter
which Hon. Jno. Robson, prcaideut of
the Victoria association, wc* called
upon for a speech nnd responded in a
witty and happy manner. He waa
followed by addresses by H11117 E.
Brown, a member of the into; national
committoe, and Rev. G. A. Tewks-
bury, pastor of tho first Congregational
ohurch of Seattlo. G. A. Caarnuck,
secretary of the Vancouver association,
then gave out notices of subsequent
services and meetings, after which the
convention adjourned to tie Now
Baptist church, whero devot.onal exercises were continued until 3:30 p. in.
The transaction of routine bus ness nnd
tho reading of reports and pui-crs wns
then proceeded with, nud fn -hoevening a prnise meeting wns hob', followed by an address by Rev. Mi. Starr,
of Victorin, who took for hi* subject,
"The word of God is the only safe
guide for young men." Tho convention met to-day in tho Bapti t church
at 9 n. m. and 2 p. m. and nt the lm*
porinl Opera house at 7:30 in tho evening. All meetings are open and the
public aro cordially invited to be present.
SECRETARIES' CONFERENCE.
Conclusion  of the Two   Bey.' Work.
Victoria'*. Annl-fcrsar.v.
The second dny of the genenl secretaries' conference of the Y, M. C. A.
was opened in tho association hall ut 9
a. in. yesterday, devotional exercises
being conducted by E, C. Roper, general secretary of East Portland. At
9:30 D. S. Ruterbaugh, general secretary of Astoria, oonducted Bible study
for oue hour, wheu M. M. Meyers,
general secretary of Tacoma, delirered
a very interesting paper on "Our
Readiug Rooms, Their Management," which was listened to with
wrapt attention by those present. At
12 a. m. another interesting papor was
read by C. W. Beers, general secretary of Poitland, on "The General
Secretary's responsibility to the Stato
work."
Tho conference has been well attended and the visitors are well pleased
with Victoria and the treatment thoy
received at the hands of the -secretary
and commitree of the Victoria branch
of the associations. Yesterday aftornoon the members took sail boats end
went to Esquimalt, whero they visited
H, M. ships.
At 7:30 last evening a grand praise
service was held, and at 8 tho anniversary services of the Victoria association
were hold in tho Pandora Btreet Methodist church, the building being about
half filled. The exercises openod with
a praise service by the choir under the
leadership of Mr. J. G. Brown. Tho
first psalin was thou road by Rev. C. S.
Mason, followed by a prayer by Rev.
J. E. Starr. Mr. C. W. Beers, of
Portland, came next with a vocal solo,
which was Succeeded by tho opening
speech given by Hon. John Robson,
president of tho Victoria association.
The annual reports of tho treasurer,
Mr. Wut-arson, and of the general secretary, Mr. Teague- wero end and
showed a very satisfactory year's advance Addresses were after.'.arda delivered by Rev. Messrs. M >s ui and
Starr, Mr. Myers, Mr. Noel H, Jacks
and Mr. 11. E. Brown; Mrs, McCrady,
of Now Westminster, providing a
charming treat for all present in the
form of soveral magnificent solos.—
Thursday's Colonist,
Lew Johnston's colored company
opened their engagement nt tho Grand
Opera house last evening to a large
and highly delighted audit nee and
merited the delight whioh vtnt manifested by frequent and enthusiastic applause. The end men wero tho centre
of attraction and succeeded in keeping
the house in a constant hilarious
uproar. The specialties of Hamdon,
Taylor, Greer, Wndo and Hawkins
were a wholo show in themselves,
whilo tho bass solo—"Rocked in the
cradle of the deep," rendered by 0. T.
Jackson, met with encore after encore,
The Finale—"Lovo in Kentucky ; or
the Rival Lovers'—was a very laugh.
able comedy and was well rendered,—
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In hia lecturo Wednesday evening Mr, Ijucas mentioned an objection mado to Imperial federation,
thnt Australian members of n fedora I parliament would be either in
England or on the ocean all their
time. This looks liltn u very small
brick to shy at so big tin idea, but it
moves us to ask, wlmt ia the matter
with carving an Imperial District
(after the manner ot the Federal
District of Oolumbia) out of, say,
Alberta Territory, right fit tho foothills of tho Rockies, and holding tho
Federal parliament there. Even if
it did not shorten the sessions—nnd
the absence of metropolitan dissipation would have -a strong tendency
that way—it would give the Australian fellows another threo weeks
in tho bosom of their families. It
would furnish n useful object lesson,
too, for British members. Aftor inspecting lakes in which one could
drown tho Old Oountry without
making much of a bubble, and farms
as big as an English county, they
would probably havo a better idea
of tha importance of the colonics
than somo of them would be likely
to -icquiro in any other way. Perhaps our editorial brethren in Calgary will second this motion.
One of the signs of the approaching home rule triumph is Mr. Joseph
Chamberlain's   latest   speech.     To
thoso who  rend   between the lines
there is unmistakable evidence that
the speaker himsolf sees the handwriting upon the wall, and is now
ful.'y aware that in attempting to
form   n Liberal-Unionist party ho
ha&  irretrievably lost whatever in-
flui nee {and it once was very great)
he had in the counsels of tho Liberal
pai ly, and   nt   tho same time ho is
' lookod   at   askance   by  the   blue*
bio tded leaders of the Tories, who,
no*.-* they have used him for their
" own ends, would gladly drop nil connexion with the man who has travelled ull the road from red communism to an. alliance with Salisbury,
tlie Radical who "has been all things
by -urns but nothing long."  "What
is   your   policy,"  piteously pleads
Chamberlain, "if you get into offico?"
ami   the   very question shows that
the ex-Radical no longer regards the
return of Mr. Gladstone to power ns
an ;dea too utterly absurd.    He can
uow und. :r stand that it U possible
for tin* Liberals to obtain » majority
ut the next election, nud in a short
tim-i, perhaps, the poor fellow will
be i.hle to understand what has been
plaiu   to  ordinary men for months
past, that Gladstone is the only man
in whom tho people place confidence
just   now.   "And then," adds the
member   for Birmingham, "if you
Liberals como buck, look at the bad
lot of Radicals   and Socialists you
must bring with you."   Tho great
Libnrnl party can bear with enthusiasts nven if they do want to march
alii tie   faster than the music, but
in the dayof  retribution coming,
Joseph Chamberlain will find, to Ins
sorr nv, that there is no forgiveness
for the Republican turned Tory, nnd
who, to secure place, will be ready
to recant his errors.   Men do not
t'org't   that   Chamberlain wns the
preacher of the doctrine of "Ransom'nnd the apostle of tho "three
acres nod u cow" cult, and, although
now li-.  hold*; his nose when socialism  p.- mentioned, it was not many
years since that he was hanging to
the political skirt tails of "Citizen"
Dilke   (hs   the Tories in derision
termed Sir Charles) and Auberon
Herl-ott    Liberals liavo not forgotten that  prior to his dofeution Mr.
Chniiiberliiin  was   ready to admit
that the only purnllel in history to
tho bad government of Ireland is
that of Poland; and yot he is Tory
or Unionist, for it is tlio same tiling.
Lord Hartlngton is a Whig by birth
and tradition, nnd it was no marvel
' thut he could not swa How Homo Rulo
all ab once J but although ho moves
slowly ho   does move uud will in
time como under the old leader and
tho old b-inner, it is hoped.    But
Chamberlain has, like the crab, been
making a stendy retrograde movement.   One of the people, ho aspires
to be thought an  aristocrat, nnd to
that end has discarded his habit of
radicalism for the motley one of tho
Unionist,    Ho is the one man in
English  polities* whom the Liberals
thoroughly despise.
It is ensy to say, as the opponents
of Imperial Federation do, that tho
schemo is Utopian, nnd it is just as
easy to answer that Anglo-Saxons
have   realized   Utopia   more than
once, and   may do it again.   Wo
certninly cannot see   that there is
anything inherently impossible in
tho scheme, and. no ono can doubt
that it would be fruitful of benefits
to tho ompiro nt large.    Notwithstanding that, however, we boliove
the groat.opposing force, or perhaps
we should say, the great obstacle te
the success of tho scheme, is the
supposed self-interest of the various
parts of the empire.   In his leoture
the othor night; Mr. Luoas spoke of
the  ignorance  about Canada and
Canadian affairs whioh prevails in
Britain, and we are afraid it cannot
bo doubted that a great deal of that
ignorance results from the fact that
her people caro little about the colonies.   Many of the poorer classes,
of  course, nre anxious enough for
information about countries to whieh
thoy desire to come in the hope of
bettering their condition, nnd among
the richer people many, like Lord
Roseberry, taking a genuine interest
in the  colonies, wish to see them
bound to tho Old Country by closer
ties *   but tho mass of   tho people,
rich and  poor, regard the matter
with an apathetic indill'erence as a
thing  quito apart from their individual ot* national well-being.    In
Australia, too, as Mr. Lucas hinted,
thero appears to bo a good deal of
tho  same self-centered   or insular
feeling.    We may do injustice to
our fellow-colonists, but our feeling
certainly is  that, had tho Australians, as we have, a, largo and independent nation, of  tho samo blood
and language on their borders, the
annexation feeling would be much
stronger and moro widespread than
it ever has been in any province of
Canada) unless, indeed, it bo urged,
and  there may bo force in such an
argument, that the very presence of
au independent, and, therefore, possibly hostile, nation, has kept alive
tlio fire of patriotism in tho Dominion.   And in the Dominion itself,
whilo everybody   knows   that the
question is much discussed just now,
one cannot avoid a suspicion that a
great deal of the discussion is disingenuous. It tastes of double-dealing,
so to speak,   We do not, of course,
refer to such men as Principal Grant
and Mi*. Lucas, who are thoroughly
in earnest nnd 'havo the courage of
their convictions, but to those who
have taken up Imperial Federation
in order to offset the Unrestricted
Reciprocity cry of their opponents,
and to those on the other sido who,
recognizing the harm it may do to
their pet theory, sneer nt it as a
■fud" and a, chimera,    in a word,
the grand dream—or rather, grand
scheme—which is worthy the best
thought of tho foremost statesmen
of the empire, is to mnny Oanadian
politicians   but  a   factor in their
party strife—something which owes
its importance   to   the probability
that it may enable thom to score a
point  in   the game of "ins" and
"outs."   Nevertheless, Imperial federation, with all its handicaps and
pullbacks, gives promise of  great
things,   nnd   is   worthy the   best
thought of every loyal Oanadian nnd
Britisher.
VOLUME V1J.—NO. 70.
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The Lancet, an American medical
journal, has tho following forcible
remarks, backed by a striking illustration, of tho ovil effects of tight
clothing: Now that rational ideas
as to dress havo acquired a definite
place in public esteem, it may be
imagined that the practice of tight
lacing and customs of a like naturo,
if known at all- are not what they
used to be. A case of sudden death
lately reported from Birmingham
prtives that it is still too early to indulge in such illusory ideas. The
deceased, a servant girl of excitable
temperament, died suddenly in an
epileptoid fit, and the evidence given
before, the coroner respecting her
death attributed the fatal issue to
asphyxia, due in a great measure to
the fact that both neck and waist
were unnaturally constricted by her
clothing, tho former by a tight collar, the latter by a belt worn under
the stays. We have here certainly
thoso very conditions which would
lend us to expect the worst possible
consequencos from a eonyUlfllvo
seizure. Thero is no organ of tho
body whoso free movement is at
such times more important than thu
heart. Yet here we find, on the
ono hand, its movement hampered
by a tight girdle so placed thut it
could with difficulty bo undone at a
critical moment; on thtt other, a
contrivance admirably adapted, to
allow the passage of blood to the
brain, whilo impeding its roturn.
This is no isolated case aa regards
its essential character, though, happily, somewhat singular iu its .termination, Minor degrees of asphyxiation, wu fear, nre still .submitted to
by n good many self-torturing children of vanity. Thu tight corset aud
the high heel still work mischief on
the bodies of their devoted wearers.
Taste and reason, indeed, eombino
to deprecate their injurious und vulgar bondage, und by no monna unsuccessfully. Still, the evil maintains itaelf. Oases like that abovo
mentioned ought to, if they do not,
opon tho eyes of somo self-worshipers
of tho other sex, who heedlessly
strive by suoh means to excel in u
sickly graco. Wo would strongly
impress ou all of this class the fact
tlmt beauty is impossible, without
health, and would advise them, in
tho name of taste as well uh comfort,
to avoid thoso method sot contortion,
ouo and all, by which elegance is
only enrisutured, and health may bo
painfully and permanently injured.
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S. J., of Montreal, being the only
t'crgymnn on board, was asked by
the passengers, about 70 in number,
and exclusively Protestants, to conduct divine sorvice on Sunday. Ho
complied and preached a thoroughly
evangelical and much appreciated
Gospel sermon, for which ho received tho thanks of the audience conveyed by formal resolution." Thero
aro, it seoms, occasions when tlio common Christianity -vliioh unites us nil
is allowed to assert itself. The the-
ological controversies that flourish
on land nro frequently known to dissolve into nothingness at sea, where
the presenco of danger and tho restless elements uncontrolled by human
power boget a tolerance which is not
without its effects,
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to.   Hotels wilt Hnti it to tlscir interest to placo their orders with tlso abos'o 6ms.
tlSSnoly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN &"REIGHENBACH,
ISUOOEBSOIIS TO \V. R TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hums, Uui-ini, Sausage, Itnlogiias, l.lc.
slisolyl
This Paint is a rich brown
color.   It is the
Best Paint
IN THE WORLD,
covers double the surface,
looks better, and lasts longer than the best lead and
oil paint manufactured.
Ill tiic Supreme Court or IBrll-
Ish ('oliiiiibfn*
IlKTWl'E.V
JOSEPH lUiOWX, Plaintiff,
AND
T. E. MAtlTIX, Defendant.
NOTICE IH HBMBBY GIVEN THAT
un Order Iiuk heen mndo hi tlio
iiliovoiui'iitlimeil notion l-wirim*" lint'' tlio
17l.li tiny of Heptninbor, liiHtiuit-wlipr'*l»y ll
wub onlureu that aorvloo of iho Writ of
Huiiiiimiis lieruhi nud snid Ordor upon
T. J, Trapp, Kt'iuirc, und tlio mailing of
copies or the .iiinio hy prepaid letter ad*
dressed to thoiihiivn-iitimoudofeudinitiit
itPKinn, n. av. 'i'., uud thn Insertion of tills
notico Iii Tub linmsii Coi.itmhian news*
paper for one month, should ho good nnd
sufficient soryloo'of tno Writ of summons
herein, mid Hint. In dcfilllltof (vjiponrunoo
tlio nlfiintill may proceed fU> If personal
■service had heen e'fcclc-d. And It wns further ordered Hint tho snid defendant
Hhould uppoiir to tlm mu Id writ within
threo months alter suoh Ncrvlcc.
Dated 18th duy of Moptombor, A. I>, 1889.
('ORIH)t*r,i>, MrCOLL ft -IENNB-
(Iseltiml .Solicitors for the Plaintiff.
Tenders farStrBet Work.
SEPARATA TENDERS WILT, HE RE-
oolved at tho City Hull, Now Went-
minuter, up to -I o'clock p. m, on MON-
DAY, HEFTKMBKH 2_, for tho
CLEARING ft GRADING OF PELHAM 8T.
In two sections, ns follows! Bee. l—liouc-
lus Ht. to Clinton Ht.; Hee.2-l>nutrlftsHI.
to tho rlvor.  Tendon* io marked, "Tonder
fnr I'llhiuii Bt.," and to ho addroNKod-
"''luikmnii Hoard of World*, ('ity Hnll,
New Went ml littler."
No lender entertained unless accompanied by dapo-tll. equal to 5poree.it.ot
amoitnl of tender, which shull lie forfeited
if party tendering refuses or nqgleout to
enter Into a contract when callod upon In
doBo. in thocvonlof alonder not being
accepted tho deposit will lie returned,
Plans nnd spcclllcnMons may ho Heen in
thn Oity Knglneer's Ollloo, City Hnll.
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily ncooptcd.
• J. G. JAOUES.
Olinlrmau of Board of Works,
City Hall,
NC
ew Wc-ttminslor-Hopt, 17,1880,  dsel7(5
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
iV.'llll e LilSii,
J. J. WILSON,
M-HACER.
Rates, $1.00 and $1.50 ner Way.
ACCOSSSSINO TO ROOM.
SPEOIAL BATES BY THE WEEK OR MONTH,
"ar Parties supplied wltli nil kiwis ol
ICE-CREAM, ilnsj'lmll
Eligible Lots
Corner Park Lane &
Pelham Street,
Adjoining the new residence of H. V.
Edmonds, Ehij.
FINEST RESIDENTIAL LOTS
IN THE CITY.
BEAUTIFUL   SITUATION.
These lots will lie sols) on t_o>y terms.
For pisrllet.lurs npply oil the grossmlsoss
or ntlor MONDAY, M Ho-il.
DIVISION D.
tun, SUFFOLK.
18 Host Hour one year old isssil upss'isrils..
1st
 §10 00
11)   "   Breeding Sosv its farrow nt the meeting or tlmt lins lieen
within nix months     7 no
20 "   Ten of tsvo Sosvs, of the siiino litter, siniier 12 months     5 00
21 "   Hoar under one year old     - 01}
DIVISION E.
cuss. OBNAMBNTAL POWLS. 1st
7is Itest pair Tea Fosvls sj ;{ 00
70   "    "   Guinea Fosvls    2 00
77 "    "   English Pheasants    1 00
78 "     "   Mongolian Phcasassts      1 00
79 "     "   Whito Turkeys, not to be entered for any othor prize.   2 00
Whito Turkeys, not to be entered for any othor prizo.
3 fi3 in Prize List, amongst Speoial Prizes, H. M. Cn
Oss page
should read 5 entries instead of 1
2nd
S5 00
3 00
li 00
•1 00
5 00
:i 00
ii 00
■1 00
2ml
§r, 00
4 00
:i 00
:i 00
2ml
52 00
1 00
50
50
1 00
Cnnriinghans k Co.
DIVISION L.
CUT FLOWIffiS.
ouss. CUT FLOWERS. Ist
58 Best 0 Roses § 1 00
59 "   Collection of Dahlias  100
60 "   Bridal Bouquet  J 00
111   "  Wreath or Cross  100
02 Best Six Rex Begonias  100
03 "   Water Color, Floral  2 00
04 "      "        "    Landscape or Marino  2 00
65   "       '•      ,"     StillLifc  2 00
60   "       "        "     Portrait  2 00
67   "      "       "    Collection    -j 00
08   '■    Oil       "    Floral  2 00
Landscape or Marine  2 00
    2 00
  2 00
  5 00
81
"     Still lifo
"        "     Portrait
"        "   Collection
Docorntis'e Painting   2 00
Modeling or Wood Curving.  2 00
Hand-painted Chillis  2 00
Picponsee or Hammered Brass Work  2 00
Oil Painting, Children under 15 years  2 00
Crayon Landscape,..'  .'■  2 00
"    Portrait  2 00
Collection Cabinet Photos (plain)  II 00
"     (colored) ,  3 00
Under Classes 47
S3, 81,60 isnilSS,
OUSS.                                         DIVISION N. Ist
11 Best Rick Rack Crochet § 1 00
•31 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
3 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
3 00
I 00
1 00
I 00
1 00
1 00
I 00
1 00
I 50
1 50
'635-0    ■•COS'
-FOR-
Cheap Cooking Stoves 1 Range
DON'T FORGET TKE ADDRESS!
Itip&firMioSliiifaiiliw,        MiiiiaOe-w
- <*C& *£•£,    "-3"? O T
SAMUEL MELLARD,  *  CHILLIWHACK,
Whom wc have appointed our sole agent for our celebrated
Stoves In that district. Mr. Mcllard will supply our Stoves at
New Westminster prices. •       dwnoiyl
THIS SPACE BELONHS TO
H. T. READ & CO.
IIAIIISWAIIE MEUOHANTS.
Applinuo Work..
Cress'el Work	
and 40 of this Divi-iou the prizes should Iso S5 and S3, not
2nd
8   50
60
3 00
50
00
2 00
50
Crochet Laco ,  1 00
Collection Knitted Laco  5 00
Houiton Laco —  1 00
Point Laco ■  100
Collection Lnco
Darned Net
4 00
1 00
1 50
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
3 00
1st
Outline Work
Rick Rack, Sosvss	
Cheney Work, hnnd-lnaslo	
Crazy Work	
Bi'aitsing ou Wool	
"      "   Cotton	
Historic Picture, raised wool svork....
class. DIVISION P
33 Best Ruuell Sasvn Shingles S 2 00
34 '*      "     Shaved Shingles    2 00
class. '        DIVISION I). 1st
4 Best Arasoiuo Work   I  Not competing for assy other  ^.. 8 2 00
5 "   Chenille Work 1       class jss this Division.       j      2 00
Class No. 1 altered to s'ea'd .?.'! and S2.
class. DIVISION T. 1st
7 Best Carriage Afghan .? 1 00
SPECIAL PRIZES. 1st
•Ceo. D. Brynsner—Best Collection Bottled Fruit and Jollies S 7 00
Kennedy Bs-os—Best Collection of Gs-aili grosvn in tho Province by
Exhibitor, 1st prize, $10 cash and the ilrsiVy Cohmhian for one
yenrj 2nd prize, S5 cash and tho Daily Columbian for ono year
(ZJoiljl C-lumliimi, SS)  IS 00
P. Peebles-—Best Bread by lady ssot competing.for other prize, ono
Dominion Wire Mnttress, value ,     7 50
73
50
60
50
50
50
50
50
2 00
2nd
SI 00
1 00
2nd
SI 00
I 110
2nd
S   50
2nd
S3'00
FASaiOlssTABZ.13
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JBNS1KCIB',
(IjAtr op F'mn..\;.-]',
Cornei or Qliurcli mid UoiumulaSlrcets-
NKW WESTJUNSTER,
WKatlsfuot Ion [;ii'innitec.il.     UwfoTto
Columbia and Church Streets.
Alex. Hamilton,
PROPRIETOR.
CROSS & POINGDESHE,
Wholcsnlo and Itetnil
TOBACCONISTS
CHOICH BRANDS OF
IMPORTED  CIGARS,
Finest Cigarelies,
Fancy imported i'iri?s, t'OUOIIns, 01-
(IA11KTTK OASES, HTC.
Choioe Smoking Tobacoo
Thompson's (Slsl I'liolotlallcry,
Plants for Sale!
—AT THE	
Douglas Street Nursery,
/-VllISEllS TAKEN FOR FlltHl' AND
I" ORNAMENTAL TREES, including
all tho lending varieties of
Apples, Pi-nrN, Plums, Chci-rlcn,
 ASJIO	
Nil AIL rants ol over}' description.
Ussssq.rls, Wreaths nnd Crosses snnilo
to order,
dilwispsyi P. LATHAMs
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANUFACTUUKIW  OK
TIN, C0PPER&8HEET-IR0N
"W.A. "a ID.
WEBSTER'* BLOCK (M'-STAIUS).
FnoNT Strkkt,      New Wksthinhtkr.
AV1NO JUST OPENISP IN THE
__, nbovo line, wnr-iHueutfullyHoIlelto
,..iuro of tlio trade, nud truM hy'--ireful
nttontlon to orden and tnouprato rdinrKea
lo merit tlio t-nmo, Exporleuocd workmen; MUlfflQllon (funrnntoed,
Eitlmate-ifuriilKliedfordulvntili-odTlon
Cornice, Hoofing, Plumbing, a-ueiutltiff,
Hteam and Hot Wator Ilt-nlfti--- Ao.
ger Entrnnco tojiromlsen on Mnry Ht
ia row of Hank of D. O. dwmneio
Mint
-tvcr-oTXCDS.
T IlKHKHY GIVE NOTICE THAT sixty
1 [fl<i] .Snys iifiordiilo I int.cn I loiniikc
m-liiii'ii! Inn in tin* chief Commissioner (>r
I.iiiislsnii.l Woi-l;sfni-ppi-nilK!*!(Hi to jiur-
eliie-c i|[''foiiuvrl.i!jn'-ielornm-'Tlof lnml.
viz:
An f-iliind In NrwWt-Ntniflister Dl-Urlcl
norlliof l.i,l ii<| [M.-Niii.*. i iii.-lii | in ii,,
I-'rnser 1'ivi-r, eontulnliis live [.jl acres,
more or lens.
HKNltY E, HABLOCK,
Ludner's LniHllliu.Sopt, 12, I860,      d2m
iUGOlESI
JUST RECEIVED,
A OARIiOADOF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring ilclaughlan
me mj <*&*- t___s.:M.,Ms.ms
 ALQO	
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
rJST The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.-^
THL©±'*i
Oxx-r-ri©.,
Chas. McDONOUGM
Front Street, New Westminster.
Mice of Removal
MERCHANT TAILOR
Hits to ,-innouiicc that lie lias
removed to etoro in
ARMSTRONG'S new BLOCK
Opposite Masonlo Bnlldlng,
COLUMBIA  STREET.
BOL101THJG A CONT1NUANCK 01'
PUllUO PATRONAGE,
slsvnsss2flUs
Farmers, Attention I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
FOR SALE
Chilliwack, IJ. C.
31 Farm Wagons.
18 Buck Boards.
1 Spun well mulcliisl l.jcar old
Black Horses.
.1 Single Driving Horses.
(I Cows nnd t'alrcs.
IO Head Steers.
1 Trolling Wiii-on.
tr A Full Lino of Cooking Stoves,
Hoisting Stovos, Tinsvnro, Hardsvni'o,
Groceries, Dry Goosls, Notions, Crook-
ory k Stoneware, Clothing, Hats k Caps,
Drugs, Farm Implements, House Furnishings, Furnituro, anil tlio Largest Lino
of Hoots anil Shoes alsovo Westminster
nml tho most Consploto Stoek of General
Merchandise.
COME  AND   EXAMINE   AND DE
. CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS,
JylOslAsvam
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS hll kinds of Woolen Goods
READY-MADE CLOTMIMG.
GST The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmli30tc
EOYAL OITY
If 1111S
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
MANUI-ALTUItl-R.-' AND DKAl.KIW IN
er
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
-A.:tTXS    AT.X,  HCIWXSS  OS"
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors,   Frames.   Windows,
Moaldiiur**. Balusters,
Blinds. Brackets,
Railings, . Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolltdwly
Vancouver City Foundry & Maohine Works Co.
(IJMITBD)
Engineers, Boiler Makers, and Iron and Brass Founders
HAVING GREATLY INCREASED THEIR PREMISES AND MACHIN-
ory, aro in a position to umlortakn tho conBtruotioss anil repairs of Marine
awl Stationary Engines and Boilers, Milling, Mining nml I'aiincry
Mllcllincry, as -veil as Castings and ForglllgS of every description.
Estimates given i all work guaranteed.
0. CARTMEL, A. MoKELVIE,
Gkneiial Manaukii. (l\Vjll7to Ms-OIIANICAI, Masauui. VOLUME VII.—NO. 69.
DAILY BRITISH OOLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0„ SEPTEMBER .19, 1889.
SENT  HER  A SHROUD.
A Young Fellow Makes His Olrl a Present
ana Nearly JLoaoii a Brido.
r Tho number of packages loft carelessly
.lying around in different places in Uio oity
-Jiitd lost must mn up into tho thousands in
'tho courso of a year. According to Billy
Moecli, a railway ticket office in a promt
jicnt hotel at Chicago is tho great receiving
Smsta of such truck. Many of the articles
'eft are found to bo trifles of no account
'"whatever, but occasionally it happens that
iomothluff of valuo is found. Billy MoecU
i-iis ttio following incident iu thlsconnec-
j-Jtion to a Horahi reporter: "One day I
(found on iny counter a package somo ona
*hnd left, and as usual ln such cases laid it
Encli, thinking tho ownor would call again
nd claim it, as is usually the case, but in
lis instanco no one came, Aftor It had
jueon in our hands about two months my
jjlcrkonoduy suggested that wo opon it,
md, iigvcolug, tho string was cut, and
.itoiigli of the contents exposed to satisfy
ih two fellows that it was an exceedingly
imidBome night-gown for a lady. Tho fabric
van very fine, and tho laco upc-n tho front
vould have mado any woman's mouth water
.villi envy. Our curiosity satiated, tho paper
yns readjusted and the package laid back
ui tlio shelf. My clerk was engaged to bo
Hurried, his fiancee living down in Indian*
.polls,
'.Tho wedding was to como oil in a short
Ireo, nnd about two wcoks before tho time
;o snld, roforring to that package: 'I
viiiulm-int would do any harm if I sont
Iwt garment to my girl, It's an awfully
■uudsnmo thing, nnd I can writo a lottor
•xpluining why I send such a present; I
loirtthinkslio would caro; do you, Billy •.'
f tola him no; to send it, and ho did, with a
ong lottor of explanation.
■* Tiio girl got tho package all right, for
}tbout tho right timo the clork received a
etter. It was a stunner, I can toll you.
iy one of thoso mishaps that always occur
'lien they should not, Bho failed to get tho
iltor nitli tho bundlo. Her letter was
hort but sharp. It reads 'What do you
lonn by sonding mo a shroud]' Just think
if it. Tho young fellow, with tho boBt In*
lentionE) in the world of sending his girl a
beautiful present, had sent a garment for
. dead body. I did not wonder sho was
iugry about it. I shouldn't liko it myself, o
'■Well, sho wroto a fow linos about it not
icing much of ajoko and about bad luck
-nd ull that, and wound up by saying tho
aateh was off. But tho young man,
voLililu't hnvo it that way. Ho got leave,
ml down loIndiauupoliB ho went flying,
to squared things all right, for I got a
\iupatch from him Baying: 'All right; we
,ro married,* So it rathor hurried tho
nattor after all. It was a queer accident,
hough, and might havo proved serious,
■ut did not, for tho couplo are living to*
;cther now ns happy as turtle doves; but I
an not help thinking what n chump a man
i who can't toll a wom.au'-*- night-gown
om a shroud."
h«
FUSSING  OVER TRIFLES,
ho   Two   Vcnm-iibto   Clergymen - Who
Qunri'olod nt Cliot,-*;
Tho lato Bishop Pinknoy, that amiablo
Episcopal churchman who was kuown prot*
f well ovor tho country, was a most do-
otod and enthusiastic chess-player, says
!ho Philadelphia Telegraph,   Ho would sit
p all niglit ut tho game if not interrupted,
lis reputation for charity and amiability
i well kuown In church circles. ~ He was
pgardod as tho most amiablo of men whoso
iiofcssion Is meekness. But thero was one
hau, a minister of his own church, with
..until ho could not play chess without qu-.tr-
eling. Yet this man was ono of tho best
ihess-pluycrs in his diocese, and tho rivalry
otweon them was constantly bringing
twin raco to ineo across tno board; One
Ight thero wns an assemblage of Episcopal
lorgy at tho Bishop's houso. Awed hy the
roHcuco of the Bishop, tho younger men
•ore on their best behavior, and tho ovcit-
g wns passing off ns monotonously as tho
'lost orthodox could desire. Some ono pro-
oseil chess. In n fow minutes thoy wore
aired off, the Bishop boing pitted against
is chiof rival. However enthusiastic tho
oat oE tho company mny hnvo got, thoy wero
nildatidpolitpln tholr disputations out of
aspect for tho Bishop.
Presently in ono corner of tho room waa
card tho Bishop's voico:
■'You touched it, sir; you must move I"
"But I did not," replied his opponent.
"You did," instated tho Bishop,
■I sny I did not I"
"I say you did 1"
"I must emphatically deny it, sir."
At each contradiction tho voices g^QW
juder. Tho mon were glaring at cacli
ther across the squares, and tho Bishop's
ace wns rod with anger.
'If, blr, that Is tho way you play, sir, I
m done I" ho cried, and tho chessmen
all led on tho floor. His ccolcninstlo oppo-
cnt gathered them up and put them iu tho
For a few minutes they glared ut
jiph other, and tho clergy assembled lookod
in horror.   Suddenly tho absurdity of
io situation struck tbem both. Tho Bishop
st out laughing at tbo childishness of
ir quarrel, and their hands camo lo-
ihor. .	
A MONSTER  ANIMAL.
Yns Woven Foot High, Covered with
little aud Willi**--! Erect.
During tho lime tho Indians wero in tho
|puth, a hunting party established a camp
ist of Tugalo rivor, iu what Is now Oconeo
Bunty, S. C, says tho Clarksvillo (Ou.)
%vortber. One dny thoy all wont hunting,
plug a door they had kiliod tho ovening
ivlous at tho camp. At night when tho
RdiuiiB relumed to tho camp tho deer was
lone, and the next day tho samo thing was
lepcuted, when thoy concluded to loavo an
lid Indian te guard tho camp and soo whut
T-unt wilh their does. That day the old
In.liim naw a monster animal como and
Tarry off tho deer, and was afraid to make
Iny attempt to kill the minister, which was
Ibout seven feet high and walked oroetliko
A man, liulry all over, and its mouth was In
lho d.in antl great claws on tho lingers nud
lues, Tho next duy all seven of tho Indians
Ituycd at tlio camp, and, as usual, tho
l.uuister oamo* gathered up tho deer and
llaitcd off, when ono of them flrod nt It, tho
liall taking effect in tho back. Tho unlmnl
Urepped tho door and turned and Btnrlod
■ownrd thom, whon tho othor six poured n
Volley into lis breast and it foil dead. About
Tirco hours after that tho Indians heard n
fclso liko somo ono hallooing about a tulle
■stunt: "Yuho, yabo, yabol" Tho Indians
lft the enmp aud called on tho posso eouil*
Cans for protection, whon a party of whites
lu horses, with all tlio dogs tboy could got,
Vent ln search of tlio otber animal and
■ound It. It was liko tho ono tho Indians
lllled, and thoy put the dogs after it. When
lho men appeared in sight tho animal
Ivonld run, but It could whip every dog thoy
ftould got after it, The party'pursued It to
lho river and at two jumps it went across
lho rlvor over Into Habersham County, and
Ivns shot by a party noon after it crossed tho
fiver.        _____«__^_
A Mighty Lucky Man.
J H any son captain has hod a more un-
Iventfitl nnd successful life than Captain
Ihithatilol H. I'alket'.of Biddeford, Me., lot
lilm say so. Captain Falkor, who the
Ither day sold his last vessel, tho Bchoonor
uoBsongor, and retired from business, was
born sixty-nine years ago. When nine
roars old ho went to sea, and has followed
It steadily over Binco. During forty of tho
list.v years ho has heen a captain. Iu thoao
forty years ho novor lost a man, novor had a
In nr. dlo at Ben, novor lost a spar or a sail
[uui novor called upon tho underwriters for
\ cont of insuranco i-iouoy.
Musical Taito lu California.
I Tlio musical taste of tho young women In
rural California may bo inferred from tlto
■allowing order recently received by a
TliicnimontomuBioBtorot "Havo you got a
(■tn*  with the words & accomplimoiit
"ed elilpy Oet your Haircut, johny got
l'i-1 gun—I don't know tho namo of the
, hut I think that la part of tho lirst
Pleaso lot nio know light awny if
lm have it & tho prico of li -fcalno havo
pitliumtisio of a Song called of tho day
ul price of It, & havo you got a song callod
leli" hi my big Fut Cousumpted llza juuo &
iricuoflt,"
with thnt most reliable
medlclne— Pnlne's cclcrj
Compound. It purifies the
blood, cures Constipation,
nnd regulates the liver and
kldneyf-.otrcclually 010*1113-
Ing t lie system ot all waste
■I and dead matter.
Paine's
Celery Compound
wmblnes true nervo tonic nnd strengthening
'lualltles, reviving the energies nnd spirits.
" I havo been troubled for some yenrs with n
complication 01 dlfiicultles. Alter trying va-
rious remedies, and not Uncling relief, I tried
tamo's ceteiy Compound, lieforo taking one
rull bottlo tho long troublesome symptoms began to subside, nnd I cun truly say now, tliat 1
feel liko a new man. Digestion lias improved,
and I havo gamed ten pounds in weight since I
•Have commenced taking tho compound."
HONESTUS STEAliNB, FotCllVlllO. Vt,
(1.00.  six for (5.00.  At Druggists.
Wells, HrciunnsoN A Co.,        Mokthjtal.
ANY ONE
CAN DYE
A Dress, or a Coat,
Ribbons, Feathers,
Yarns, Rags, etc.
sn<! In many other svisy- SAVE Money, nml snalic
thinns loose like NBW, by swine DIAMOND
DYES. The work is easy, simple, quick; the
solors tho BEST ami FASTEST known. Ask foi
DIAMOND DYES and take no other.
Jos Gildini- or Bronzing Fancy Articles USE
DIAMOND PAINTS.
Bold. Silver, Bronte, Copper.  Only io Cent!.
Any Co/or
FOR
TEHCENTS
A COOK BOOK
FREE
By mail to any lady Bonding us
her post offloe address,
IVolla, Biohardson <S* Oo., U-uta-J
W. C. LOYE,
1
Repntrln-** Neatly Done.   Corfc Sole
Work a 5jiccii-.lt y.
"•"■"Orders promptly attended to,
Clarkson St., in rear of Colonial Hotel, next to Rand BroB.1 office,  dnclto
IT 19 AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
a A. "K. -3P 23 :r» ' *S5
Temple of Music I
Is the Place to Euy First-Class
PIANOS «»ORGANS
At sueh Trices und Terms ns will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer,
For price*- nud terms', apply lo CARTER'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC,
Vancouver, IE, C.
2J0 Hnalings .'51. West. dnplOtc
hint
IRemvld from Saanich to Vioiosi'i
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, Kc. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
ilmliSOnsO VICTORIA, B. C.
fLLeoBfflNi).
330-333 COKUOYA STKKKT,
VANCOUVER.B.C1.
Importers nnd Dealers In
MACHINERY
OK AI,T, DESCUITIONS,
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
dwdeSOto
Lund Beglstry Ordinance, ISW
Tho .S. E. _\ of Section IS and the N. K.
■} of Seotion 7, Township 8, Now Westminster District, nnd pnrt (1 acre) of
Lot No. (», Hlocl: XII, Now Westmin
ster Suburb--,
WHEREAS TIIl-H'ERTIl'lOATES OF
Title of CiiAiii.i-8 McDonough to
Uio above mentioned herldilnmentehnvo
been lost or destroyed, nml wlierensnppli-
outlon has heen made to me forthe lisu-
uneo of duplicate of Certificated nf Tltlo In
thoHleadof (hoBO so lout or destroyed!
.Notice Ih hereby j-lveu tlmt sueh dupll-
entn Certtllentes will lm l-simod at the expiration of ono iiiontb (loin date,unless
lu the iiii'iiiilliiii' viiliil ubJtTliim to tlie
contrary bo mndo to ine tu wililufj.
T. 0. TOWNLEY,
Dlslrlontcglstrar.
Land Roclstry Oilice,
New West in in ster, 21th Aituast, ISfiC,
dauiMinl
3iTOa?XOB.
NOTICE IH HERI3BY GIVEN THAT
wo huvo upplied to tho Hon. Minister
of lho Interior for license to eut limber
ou I io- ful In win!: lands:
Commeneliu'iit tbe r.m-Mw'iml,corner of
IM Jllftl, Group 1, Nou* Wi-almliiHlcrl'l'--
trlet; thenco duo norlh lothcsouth llneof
thi'Mnodyville Cojnpnny-8 limit; thence
i'hhI iilunt* the sotttll boundnrv of said
llinlls lo the westerly liouniliiry <if Heetlon
lil, Township .iti; thenee Mouth along tho
Niild wenlerly -inundiirv to llio south-wcsl,
comer of Heel ion ];i; llience east uloiu,'the
mmlli houmlnry of suid kucIIou to Iho
wontorly hiinh <jf tlio Coquitlam river:
thonco Houllinrly nnd following the snld
westerly bank to iho northerly boundary
of Lot im, ,'rmi-i11; Mioiieo woaterly along
thoHald northerly boninbiry totho northwest corner of said lot; tlieneo duo wont to
thoPaslorly boundnry of Lot tm; Ihelieo
mirth ulong snld luiuiiilni'v to plnoo uf
iieiiiiiniiur; conlninlug in till-iliinores.
AI80—Claim No. 2, coiiuiieiioingnttho
north-woRtcomor of BtavoLnkOi thenco
west ISO chains; Ihein-c muiMi mi ehnlns:
theneo east -10 attaint), lo the shore of tite
hike; theneo following the shore to placo
of commencement—ubout. ISO acres, moro
or less.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
|"L1mltod|.
John llRNUnY, Manager.
Now Westminster, Aug. IM, 1881".
dnuSilmt
K
stotioel
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
:o tho Chiof Commissioner of Lnnds
Works for permission to leaso the following described InndBi
1. Commencing at ii host on Valdon Island, ou tho north side of the unsurveyed
ciiannol, running thenee nortii 40 chains;
wont HO chnlns, to comer of Leamy &
Kyle's timber clnlm; thence west, uiong
tlielr lino lid chains; mntli HO ehnlns, lo
shoro; theneo followingshoro lo point of
commencement.
2. Commencing at n post on Vntdez Island, on the soutli side of thn unsurvoyed
channel, opposite u channel known ns
Holo lu tho Wnll, running thonce south
70 clinl ns; west'JO chains; soutli 20chalns;
west 100ohnlns; north SUcIiiiIiih, to shore;
thonco along the shore to point of coin-
monoeinonl,
11. Conitiionein-r nta post 40 chains cast
of Indian Itoserveon Hunisiiv Arm; thenee
Miulh Mchnlns; oust KOchnins; nnrl.li BO
chains; oastSOcbiilns! north lOchalns;
enst 1(10 chains; north r-0 ohnlns; west 1(1(1
clmlns; south inehains; wost KOehiilus:
soutliSOehaliis; westttflobalns; south 50
ehnlns, topi sec of coniinencomenl,
4. Cummcui'lngul pout IG chains from
south-west corner of poit of the Moodyvllle Haw Mill i'o.'s limits, ni iho hesd of
Miilusplnn Inlet; thenco south 20 chains;
west 40 chulns; soutli 10 ehnlns; cust 80
cli'ns;tiiu'lhtOi-lialns;ea»l"iiehnlns; north
(HI olinlns; westOSebulns; south lil chnlns;
west 5S Ohftint*. lo plaeo of oomnicnco-
mont. HENRY V.EDMONDS,
New Westminster, ir.ih Aug., 168%
dau24ml
Rose Hill DairyFarm
Delivered unity to customer*. i» «il parts
of the Cily. •
Hoteis and RofltflurahtS supplied at .Special Rntefl by (lie year.,
F8-2EBI-3 EGGS
Deii'verod at Market Rates.
Orders loft  nt M.  SinolAIJi'h will lie
promptly attended to.
WKAVEIl dl IVOODWAIil).
djeinyl Proprietors,
Oanadian Paeifle Railway.
PAC!l"IO DIVISION.
Gen'l Siipeniiteiitleiit's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNElts AM) MASTEIN OF VES*
M-i.riii.1 isih.'i- ('ml! n!ivij:m[ng the
Fr.u-ir l!;vf'ri!i-iM-iiiit.tii,ii-.l tn l-ccp wll.blii
tho lluoys piiinii'ii Kill uud Whir.', ro-
KIH-i-livi-l.v.ut the MIssiMii r.i-iiluc n-i.lni'-
III-.' the eoiisliiirlii.il ot ibe l'iiil:;i'. niivt*
gallon between tho bunks of tin- lllvor
uiul (hb]ltin.v.'!l!idiingeii,i!s,'i*.viii!!l(i jilJce
being driven thoro.
11. ABBOTT,
General SupBrllltomlonl.
Vancouvor, D. C,,7tli Muy,l8SI>.  dinyHle
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
IK) dnys from date wo Intend to apply
to the Chk-f Commissioner of t.nnii- mul
Works for ponnlssiun m k'lu-c.fur IIinhering purposes, llie follnw-iint ilf'.--irll»'d
lfliiils sliuuti'd !n Now WoBtmltifitoi' Distriot:
Comiiioiielug nt a squared post si'l nn
tbe oiud Hide of a oreek. about one utile
from its mouth, situated utuHh-weHtorly
from Woolrldgo IhIuiiii, Jfowo Hound;
thenee north ■id eh**., west III ehs., north
ill ehs., west, 111 chs., north l"'i cbs.. west HI)
cha., north,10 chs., west 3) chs., norlh (it)
ehs., west, m cbs., south KO ehs., oust 50
Cha., south 12U ehs., emit. 20 ehs,, .south 80
clis,, enst20ehs.,south 20 chs., cast 20cbs.,
BOUtli 20 ehs., east 20 ehs,, to place of commencement-containing lijliil acres, inoro
or less.
KOYA L 01TY PLANING MILLS CO.
[Limited],
John Hkniiky, Manager.
New Westminster, Sept. 6th, 1889.
dseOml
NOTICE IS UKKKI1Y GIVEN1 *l HAT
tlto partnership heretofore utibsist-
luir lietweeii Ibe iindersii'iiod under Ihe
Hit.- niinie of Conierford & iMcDmigul),
.Meis'bmit 'i'nilors, hus been (ilssulvod tills
day by luulmil consent. j\.11 uccounts
ov.-itigtlii-lute lirm me to be paid to.I. A.
Melliiii|*.,|l, nnd all I'lnlniH iu*iiliisl the
said firm will bo settled by hlm.
T. COMERFORD.
,T, A. 5ICDOIJGALL.
New West., Aug. 31,1S8D.
Mr. J. fi: McDougall
WILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS
under Ills own name, at thesumo
store, on Columbln Htreet, next to P.
Cr.ilie'**.   A  continuance of   the   public
imlronugels iv-ipee;fully.solicited.   Hutls-
factiou guaranteed. dwscSte
(About 2D. M.,Sept. II)
'  E
b. 111(111 PRICES IN BOOTS AND:
k, SHOES. 1
" OF   ALL  OULTAS STOOK IN«
^ 1100TS   k  SHOES. _
!   BURIED   i
I? ALL    LEO AHD    FOR . HIGH |
°ed!
"101)0 MEN, WOsMlSN & OHIL-i,
- DE15N, |
5 To Buy Boots that R Boots h
'A.B.wiraUTE'Sl
SIGN GF THE BUFFALO,
dwschiio CoiiuiniiA Stiibet,
Look! Look!
HEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
! in otter tin- Lim.-i.at and
inporledTweeds
Worsteds,    Beavers,   Meltons, Fancy Striped Pant-
inEs, Overcoatings, &c.
JtlfiT AltUIVKl).
The only way to form nny nny idea of tho
quantity nnd quality Of these Goods
Is to call ami look, whether yon
want anything or nut.   Come
mul be satisfied,
BEGGS"&HEARD.
Loading  Merchant   Tailors,
1 ISoor West ot lilckisssots's Bssloiicr Bh<s|i,
ilralilyl        88 COLUMBIA STREET.
Auction Sale!
1 will sell hy public auction,on Ihe
AGRICULTURAL GROUNDS,
Chilliwhack,
Somo Thoroughbred Holsteins, Cows and
Cnlvos.New Milch Cows, Worlt Oxen,
Beof Outilo. two-year-old Dairy Heifers,
One pnlr of Blackhnwl. four-ye.ir-otd
("oils (luiggy team), besides oilier horses
{broken) and colls (iinbi-oUon).
-AT.SO
NEW TOP BUGGY
TWO-.mCATKD CAttlOLK,
Two-Wheeled Curt (new), Rocond-hntid
Buggy, Flvo Buckbonrds, Four Iliiin
Wagons, nml lots of othor artioles, too
numerous lo mention.
A. M. NELSON,
dwselold Auet!ouot*r,
British Columbia    D^«»J
The Annual ISshlblllot) of the
British Columbia Agricult'l Association
Will lio llt'lslsst 111" NKW HXIIini-
TICSN   llHILUINfl,
III lho (Illy'if
SEW WESTMINSTER,
 ON	
WEDNESDAY, THIJKSWAY
mill FUEUAY,
OCTOBER 2ND, 3RD & 4TH, '89.
$7000 - S7000
For  Exhibition   and   Sports.
Tn cnnnecllon with this Exhibition will
bo tlio opening of Queen's Park and nn
extensive ijrogrommo of SPOUTS nnd
GAMES, PnOOESSlONS, VIRK-WORKH,
iSc,, under (lirect.lon of the Citizens' Committee.
All entries for the Exhibition must lin
mndo with tho Secretarybefore nooiutn
TUESDAY, «cl»hcr 1st.
All Stock and other exhibits from soutli
of tho rlvor will bo curried ucrossontlic
steam forry, phee or ciiAtHii:, nnd drays
will he found at rnllway stations and
wharves to convey exhibits, fiirb, lo the
Grounds.
•Special lie-hired Kates will bo given on
nil railways nnd steamers lo persons an I
exhibits coming to Lhc Exhibition,
As It Is expected the nttondanco at litis
Exhibition will bo very large, tho Direct
tore hopo to see an exhibition worthy of
the resources of tho province.
Furtlierlnformntloii maybe had front
tho prize lists [which will lie sent frcoou
application], or from tho secretary,
T. R, PEARSON,
BECKETAtlV.
NRW WI.STMI--IRTEK, Aug. 2.1, U-tift.
dwau'2lml
G-TIJLIXID
New Westminster, B. C.
flu-in; Provincial Agricultural Hinting,
WElttESlHY, THURSDAY
and FKIOAY,
DOT. 2na, 3rd and 4th, '89
SIX I1MSS BANDS in ,1'fTENIMNCF,.
lit!
$7,000
m pmiEBi
FOR SPORTS ASD EXHIBITION.
8J.'OKTa TO COSSWT OK
Hoi'SO. ll'.iiiiis, Vi'.clil  RiK'iiiit,
itmil nnd fiuiois lliis'liii;.
Allililii' S|soi'ls.
I.ai'i'iissc, lliisc-Iiiill, Foot-ball,
Hose Kctsl Contest, mill
Rifle "lalclK'S.
SINDIill THIS AUSI'lORS OF THIS
Caledonian aid St, Andrew's Society.
BRAND TRADES AND SOCIETIES
PROCESSION
—ON—
Thursday Morning, Oct. 3rd.
Hopresentlng the Cheat Industries
of our Country.
Grand Ball!
—UN—
Wednesday Evoning. Oct, 2nd.
Torchlight Procession!
ON PIIASKIl B1VE11, ANIl BRAND
DISPLAY OP
FIRE-WORKS
On Frldiij- Ivvening, Vol. llli.
Excursion Rates from all points.
•wrl'or full Informntlon and Prize Lists
mo smnll bills,
W.B. TOWNSEND,
Mayor.
.1, H. C. FHASER, Treasurer.
a T. MACKINTOSH,
an22td Secretary.
Misses McDOUGALL
COI.UMBU    STREKT,
New Westminster, B. C.
t_r aatlBfaetloss guasautaftil.      slnp!3l^'
W. BREDEMEYER, DR, PH.
(Late Partner of John MeVlcker)
MINING ENGINEER, U.S. A PROVINCIAL SURVEYOR, A A8HAYEB.
Masonio Tkmple Block, Vakcouvkr,
lir:t. Col.
^"Reliable reports, undergrounil surveys and maps of mines executed at low
rates.  Assays made ou all kinds of minerals, gold and stiver bars,   Thirty years'
experience   fn mining In Asia, Europe
nud United States of  America,  Speaks
ton lnngungcs.   Assays from a distance
promptly attended to.    Address Vancouver, II. C. ddclTlc
NOTICE,
NOTICE IS HERK11Y GIVEN THAT
sixty days after dato wo intend to
apply to llie Chief Coinniisslnnerof Lands
nud Works fo- leave lo purchase tbe following lauds, --iHii.il' in Hie District, of
New We.iliiiliifsler, and licserlb d ua follows: Lois ono hundred and thirty-one
| 111!], one hundred nnd Iblrly-Jlvo 11851.
one hundred and tlllrty-Blx [lffllj,onohlin-
nred mid tlllrty-fllgnl [IB8], und one lum-
dred uud foi'l.v-one(Hl], In GroilpOneof
said District, eonliiliiing eight hundred
iH-rc.-*, nnne or less.
Imicd loth September, IKS!'.
ANDREW LEAMY,
dselo-am J.ILGILLESIME.
(il
OF LONDON, ENCUND, ARE
NOW INSURING
FRAME BUILDINGS USED
AS RESIDENCES
At 1-2 per cent, per Annum
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
se3dlm Agent.
EXHIBITION BUILDING
Must mako It known to the Seorelnry
At an Early Date.
T. R PEARSON,
ilsrilll20sssl SBlCR.ETJi.li**r.
RailwayBonusBy-Law,1889
A ISy-law to raise by loan the sum of
.$ I,**■>,000.00 for the purpose of glelitg
a bonus lo the Note Westminster Soalh-
em Hallway Company and to grant
to the said, Compnny eertttln lands
and privileges,
Vt 7 HERE AS, It iH expedient to secure
VV the construction and operation of
the llne of rallwny and other works
mentioned in the Act of the Logls-
hitlvo Assembly of tlio Province
of Ilrltish Columbia Incorporating
llie New Westminster Houthoin Rallwny
Co. and the act amending the said act. of
Incorporation. In the manner provided for
by certain articles of agreement bearing
date the tenth dny of September, ouo
thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine,
executed by tho Mayor and Clerk of tlio
eK-y of Now Westminster (hut so ns not
to lie binding unlesBaud until this by-law
■-hall come into force) and now deposited
with the said el ork.
ANinvni'UBA'-, for tho purpose of raising tho snld sum of *155,tl0l).tHI, it Is necessary to Issue debentures for that nmount;
AND whuhkau, the total amount required'to be rained annually Dy special
rate for paying tho said debentures and
interest thereon, as hereinafter provided,
Is 810,850.00;
And whkkkah, the amount of the wholo
ratonblo property of tho snid city according to the lust rovised ussessment roll is
ffl.W0-M5.rjQ;
ANDWltfilti-'As, lho total amount of tiio
existing dobt cf the said City Is $2tD,000.0O.
TiiniiF.i*oitK, tho Mayor and Aldormon
of tho city of Now Westminster in council
assembled enact ns follows:
1. Itshall Ito lawful for tho Mayor of tho
city of Now Wostmlnster to raise by way
of loan front any person or poisons, body
or bodies corporate, win- may bo willing
to advance the same upon tlto credit of
the debentures hereinafter mentioned, tlio
sum of ftlS5|000.00| and onuse tho samo to
be paid Iuto tiio hands of tho Treasurer of
the snld city for tho purposo hereinbefore
recited.
2, It. shall be lawful for the snld Mayor
to cause any num lier of debentures to bo
made eucb for such sum of money unt less
t huu ,'iioo.co, or nit ciiulvnlent.c**pressedlii
pounds storting of tho United Kingdom.of
('rent l.rltnln and Ireland ut a value of
Sl.Niii'') to the pound sterling, as maybo
required, and nil sue-h debentures shall be
sealed with tbo seal of Iheeorporaliouuf
tlie city of New Westminster tmdalgnod
by the Mayor and countersigned by llio
Treasurer thereof.
I), Tlio snld debentures shall ho mado
imyabloln fifty year.'' from the day hereinafter mentioned for t his by-law to tako
ellect ut such agency of tlio jlnuk of British I'oiumbla in Canada or in London,
England, ns tho council of tho corporation of iho snld city mny direct,
-J. Tho snid debentures slinll have coupons ul Inched for the payment of interest
ut. the rule of live percentum pi-nininim
on the amount of said debentures.
5. forth? purpose of funiilnt- a sinking-
fund for the payment of lliedehl hereby
created und tho intero-t thereon ns and
when thu iiittno shnll become duo n .special rato of four mills and one-third of
ono mill iu lho dollar shnll ho raised and
levied in each yen r upon all tbe r.'.buble
proper! v In thesaid city of New Weslii.iu-
ster in addition to all ot her rates,
11. Thu sum of fl.jtl.OOO.tlO shall lie applied
asa bonus to Die New West iniiisier southern ItullwuyCompiiiiy.and shall bo payable lo the said 1'oinpuii.v all lin tlinoNlliii.
Itcd bylhesnld In part melted articles of
agreement for tbo payment-thereof by Ibe
snld Citmpnny, ami so mueh of IhOfllim
of styMM-d nf. limy he requisite shull ho
applied and bo payable as therein provided, and tbe residue, If any, shall ho applied In such purposes or lho munlclpiil-
ltv us ihe council may dlrocl.
7. Itahall lio lawful for Ibe Mayor and
Clork of tho corporation of tlio eity of New
Westminster to make and enter into for
and in tho name of and on behalf of iho
mid corporation all doods containing nil
such covenants, agreement*, provisos nnd
conditions ns mny bo expedient for the
parrying out of tno aforesaid In part recited article-* of agreement, such deeds
being tlrst approved of by the council of
tlie mild corporation.
8. All property of the said Company
which It mav he possessed of at any time
shall be nnd Is hereby oxompted from
taxation by tho corporation ofllioaity.of
Now West mlnsterduring tho construction
of the line of railwny and other works of
the Company, and for twonty-flvu years
from the completion thereof.
0. The ferry servico by-law. 1888, and lho
workshops' bonus by-law, 1888, nro hereby
repealed.
10. So much of tiny other by-law or bylaws of the corporation of the city of New
Westminster ns may bc at vailanco nr Inconsistent with this by-lnwls hereby repealed.
11. This by-law shall, before the lln al
passage thereof, receive the assent of tho
electors nf the corporation in tho manner
prhvltlod by the New Westminster Aot of
1888, and amending Acts.
12. This by-law shall come Into forco on
the 25th day of October, 1880.
18. This by-law may ho cited ns lho
Railway Bonus By-Law, 1880.
By-Inw road a flrst time on the second
dny of Septomboft 1689.
lly-law read a socond time on tho lOtli
ilay of September, 1880.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THB ABOVE IB
a true copy of the proposed By-law
which will be takon Into consideration
by tho Municipal Council of tho cityof
NowWestmlnster after ono month from
tho first publication thereof In the Bkit-
i.4ii Ooi.umihan newflpnpor, which flrst
publication took placo on tho Uth day of
September, 1880, ami that a vote of tho
electors of tho oity will be takon on said
proposed By-Inw on tho lllh dny nf October. 18H». between the hours of 0 o'clock
a. m. and 6 o'clock p. in., at the following
places,namely: In Ward No. 1, atthe
residence of ft. Calbick, Dublin street, in
snid Ward; In Ward No, 2, at the oflice of
tho late Dominion Sawmill Co., Richard
street, In Bald Ward; In Wurd No*. ,1, at tho
City Hnll, lu snld Ward; In Ward No. -I, at
Ht, I/mis College, Blackwood street, In
snid Ward.
D, ROBSON,
dsolltd City Clerk
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-woofl, Bark,
■ie,     Ac.     de.
LEAVE ORDERS AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
dmy2'l!« _
J. W; WINGER
nEALEItIN
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
SM4 JUAN LIME
Always in Stock.
Orders left at tlicC. P. N. Whirl will bo
promptly delivered, diiihSffltc
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM Al' THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
WM. H. VIANEN;
WHOLESALE
ilili Dealer!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
tor Highoeb Price paid for Furs and
Deer Hides.
Correspondence Invited, ■^.Telephone
Call No. 0. djuStfl
DOUGLAS STREKT
BAKERY
Foot ov Dougi.as Street, Neaii
Columbia street,-
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
LADIES' BOOTS & SHO]2S
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses & Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices;
"£***?■ REMEMBER, ray stock of fine Boots and Shoes, In the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwto SI  Celts.-a-s.'tala   Street.
(LUNDBOM'B BUir.DINO, PKONT STREET)
IEA1ET    -1-7
GENERAL
1?|RFSU   BREAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
X1   Confectionery- etc., etc.
lintel aud Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders   promptly  attended It- and
delivered lo any part of tbe city.   ilmh'iSy
BRACKMAN &. KEFl,
MA.s-ui-A<"n*i:i':i.-i
By the Latest Improved Process,
•^ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
Hills ssl -iiirlli Msssslrli.
OFFICE /_ WAREHOUSE: Vl-tnrln.
TIME    CARD.
C   P.   1ST.  CO.
Tho Ftuo First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Loavo Uso O. P. N. Co.'s Wlinr/,
Tuesday, Thursdays Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AND WAY PORTS.
Returning Es-ery
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufllclent  Inducement offers sho
will proceed to HOPE and on'suoh
occasions will leave her wharf
atla. m.
Connecting with tho C. V. N. Co.*s Stenmer
for Victoria.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T. h. briggs, Agent;
New Wostminstor. dnp*llc
Constantly on Hand an Sxtensive .Stool: ef
Dry Ooods, Groceries,   Hoots & Shoo, Hats -ft Clips,
Crockery, Glassware, &c,
aMC3BW*S     -fis     EOTS'     Sri XJ JC 'JP S3 .
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN,  SEEDS,  POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
N. B.—Farm Produco bought at market rates or sold on commission. tewOrders
from the Interior promptly attended to. dwjeStc
■ySY-,+.*v(<** .-.ViV. . ■ ■.^^*VS>,\N'si\  ..^^^y.-^-.s -^ -.**- -       .- v    ..'
CASTORI
for Infante and Children.
"Culos^.i.Bowea-J.ptedtoelsIIdl-jss'lsM I Ossattrts, ottrcs Coll., OoMlpr i. i,
UocosssmenilltunsNlortourpreflcrlDtloB I Sossr Btossssscli, DiasThccis, Erii toslssss,
kaswistoisso."    Ta.ZZjLL?       I *mJ^T' •"*• -"*P'       *"
mB<kOaloi-ln.,Big-iUr-i,-(.V.   I w£slssju*iosi.ssse<lic-aoss.
Tssi Csssstacss Coispahv, T7 Murra ' fitpessb, N. T,
■^—t________mm________m.tt^mt ihm
CITY BREWERY
Ale !   A,le>!
The Very Best In the City Is Brewed by
JOHN W. ANDRZEJEWSKI
At the City Brewery, Agnes Street.
Orders loft at Dickinson's Butcher Shop
shall have prompt attention. Give us a
trial and Judgo for yourselves.
New West., July 13,1889. djlyl3tu
Time Table.
&MnQB5RTBl!NSMUIR
T EAVE3 WESTMINSTER even* *.ton-
|j   day morning at 7 o'clock for Nanni-
inn.j'lii Vancouver, returning Tuesday)
via Vanoouvor.
Leave-: Westminster every Wednesday
at 7 a. in. for Nnnaimo direct, loruicctiiiK
Wlt.li Island rnllway and Comox Ktennier.
Leaves Nanaimo  for Vanoouvor on
Thursdays and Fridays ami returns same
days.
Loaves Nnualmoon Saturday at7u, ra,
forWefitmlusler direct.
For freight or passage npply on board,
ortoT. I,. BntORS, C. P. N. wliarf.     dte
KSTAnUSIIK!) I.S59.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
\mirli si|i|iu*lii' tins Colimliil llntsjl
NEW WESTMINSTER
rntlE  LARGEST AND   cnoICEST
1.    assortment ol all Jcsorlistlons ol
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam.
il ca, ReRtam.ints, and Steamboats atthe
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
VIOTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria B. C.,
OFFER FOU SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour-
Chit Rice,
Fl
Rice Meal,
FOIl 1WJI.TRY, Ac
FOB OAT. Thli FEEI*.
slssslsffisnG
Feed, Livery i Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
-jos. jvTwise,
PBOPBIBTOB.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
for Hire. Hacks call at nil Steamers
aud Trains. Speclnl attention given to
Hoarding Horses,
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Order'1 may be loft nt the Oflice of Mathers A Mllllgan-Commission Merchants,
Front -Street,New West. dBo2llo
Mil Britisli & Mercantile
FIEE
1URANDE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
caiittal,   •   $15,000,000.00
SsslisiirlbisilCiililuslI, us at :!l.-l Deo.,lS83,
«12,.rilHl.lKI0. Flro Fiiml mul Hesorvo, 811,-
SIS,7il.   Not I'rs'mliiisss, 1HSS, SJ.IUII.M).
OF  LONDON.
capital,   •   $9,^33,000.00
RATES  AS    LOW   AS   ANY  OTHEB
COMPANIES IIOINO  BU8INKSH
IN BUITISH COLUMBIA.
T. Or. TJLQXJ_T2i3
Agent for New Westminster City
and District. dje22tc
To k Francisco, Cal,
BY WAY OF THE
X.XM--EI.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QUIOKERIN TIME THAN ANYOTHKR
ROUTE BETWEEN
Wow Wesfaninrter & Saa ftaaoiwo,
CMKD SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Becond-Class PflB*
sentfers, attached to Express Trains,
Fare from Portland to Sacramento ana
Bnn Francisco-Unlimited, 825; First*
olnaB (Limited), *20; Second-class (Limited), tin.
THROUGH TICKETS to nil points BOUtli
and East, vln California.
TICKET OFFICER:
City OrriCK, No. 131 Cor. First A Aldei
Streets;
DepotOpkice, Onr. FA Front Streot*;
Portland, Oregon.
It, KOEHLER,       E. P. IlUGERS,     t
Manager.       AutQ.F. *P.A'g-
Mainland Tufer
HACK, LIVERY, STAffi;
Feed | Sale J tables
THE SUHSCB1BERS AHE NOW PREPARED TO TURN   It'T
DOUBLE AND SIN! LE BIOS
At Special Low Ri ten.
Ihjitg ai All M 1 Teaaing1
Done at Shortest Notice.
Dry Cordw-wd delivered to any part of
tho City,
Orders hy Telephone will rt solve prompt
atlentlon.
nargtahlei nearly opposlt O.P,R.De«
pot, Columbia St., NewWestminster.
djaliic      QILLEY BRC S. Pnops.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
lasiitastsSiitilpj
(I,I*MIT'H1*D )
THOMAS ALL90P. 1
HENRY H. MABON, - lUHKcrom*.
CUYLERA. HOLLAND, J
Hi:.i» OVPICBt
15 Scrjeanfs  Inn,  Fleet Street,
LONDON,   ENG.
The Busliif^ ot ALLSOP A MASON haH
been memod in tlm above compan 'and
will booarrled ou hy the Of mpuny from
thlsdRle as a general Lain, invest ment
and IiiMivance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN ou Mortgage at Low
Rates. Town LotB and Farming Lnnds
for Sale uu easy terms.
Victoria, B. C, May loth, IB87. dwJlyS
to mim
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A ROOD
CIGAR, ASK FOR TIIE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
0n -,s MAINLAND.
•WThey aro not only made of the
Choicest Tobncco but thoy are of
Home Manufacture-,. ud should bo
patronized by all good oitk >ns.
WM. TIETJEN, Maniifaoturer,
HOLBROOK liriLBl IG,
COLUMBIA STREET.        NEW VESTMIN8TER.
dwl7uoIy
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries!
And PROVISIONS.
—AIBO—
» WEU-IEUOTED STOOK OF
DRYGOODS
AND FURNISH N8S.
AT THE LOWE8T PRIOE8.
I,UNDBOHM« BtOCB,
lll-mlst. street,        New Wcltul.tln
naldwl** 4
Bailij British tfohnnbian
Friday BrcKlBg, Sept. W. !«».
ADVERTISING RATEI FOI THE DAILY.
TrjiiislcBt Art vcrtliemcntii.—First lutier-
1'iiu, lu.rt-i. per line solid nonpareil; ench
MiliH'.'iniont consecutive Insertion,;!eti. per
line. Adi-i-rtlsementu uot inserted every
day-first Insertion, 10 cts. per line; subse-
qimnl Insertions, Sots, per lino,
Slstmlitix AdvertlMuenis.—Profci-sslou'
at or Business Canls—82 per month. Special rules for gnuertU trade advertising,
a-ic'-rdlng to space occupied und duration
■■if <'t'!it.r-iirt.
luiiliim Sales, when displayed,charged
Al nttf ct-nl. less than transient advin, II
iol.il, nharged at regular transient rates.
Murcltil Kotlrrs among reading niatter,
•ii ots, per Hue eaoh insertion. Specials
liiNbrted by the mouth at reduoed rates.
Mirths, Mnrrlages and Deaths,$1 for each
lu>it)rllt>n: Funeral Notices in connection
with dcalDB, 60 ots. each insertion.
HEEKLV ADVEKTISIIiQ KATES.
I raiisiiittt Advert iMt'iKrnte.-FlrstiiiBor.
Lion, lOeis. per Hue solid nonpareil; subset j mul insertions, 7 ets. per line.
Mn.-'.'iiB A-lverilitciuPiila.—-ProfeflBlon-
al or Businens Ctmls-81.50 per month.
Hpccini rates for general trade advortlBinft
Hpeciul Notices, Hiilha, Marriages aud
Deaths,suitterateHii-- Dally.
Oil-i uui*.] hoall metal,and for large cute
an exliti rale will he charged,
****-* Yi -oiiii fen.Iln;r In a-lvertlsi'iii'iilw
slinltiU lie riii'*;.'i]l (ti st:it'.i wiu'llier lliey
iirni-iiinpe'U'ln tl.- t'liliv- EdlMoii.ui'ilie
W.i'M.-ly.or l«.tli. .\ JMa.Tiil ledncMon Is
made when Insert ed in bnlli. No advertisement inserted for less than Si.
flOBMORlBEIW
Who do not receive thoii paper rogularly
from the furriers or thmiigh   the Posl
OHto;, will confer a favor by i-. poi t i n :■. Hie
name to tbo otllce of imhl lent ion at out"
DA1I.V BBlfoflH OOLUMBIAN. Msllt frfetMINBTEB, H, 0., SEFTBMBEH 20, 1889,
VOWfillK vn.-1-jo. fa
Freeh Eattarn Oyttvra at R. J.
Armstrong'.**, le
The river was oxtremly low thin
morning for sume reason or othor.
Walker & Co. havo Sapperton Lots
near Now HoBpital arid Ross-Mao-
larou Mills, at old prices. ■""
The salmon catch continues large.
Thero «ro many boRt-j on the rivor.
Tho sockeyo species predominates.
Wanted- a'Book-Keeper; ono with
knowledge of Retail Hardware prefer*
red.—AppIy to "Y.Z.," New Westminster. * *te
Tho gas main, to tho exhibition
building is being pushed forward rapidly by a strong force of skilled workmen.
Tho concert to-night in tho old Presbyterian church gives proitiiso ot having a good audiBiice as tho tickcls havo
sold woll.
Bargain hunters will do well to look
through W. &. G. WoKenden's stock
of Dry Goods, Hats and Clothing, now
clearing at cost. *to
The Siwashes are swarming into the
city in liordet*, and the sweet faces of
klootoliefl give an hir of distingue to
tho promenade::.
Richards, Haywood & Mackintosh
havo 5 acre Brownsville lota at §20 nn
acre; half cash, balance in 0 months,
without interest. selOml
Hardware Clerk Wanted.—Wanted,
a young man with knowledge of Hardware—Apply to "A.I.," Post Ofticf?,
Now Westminster. *{o
Guest* at the Queons : A. C. West,
John I-I. Edwards, Jaa. Edwards,
Victoria ; John Roberts, Vancouver ;
F. Lawaon, London.
For the laat few days a great quantity of pollen has been noticed floating
down stream,. This is the true index
of approaching winter.
Guests at the Colonial : D. Muir,
C. C. Morrell, W. L. Fagan, Vancouver ; R. L. Oaw.stone, Kerumuoa ;
1). McOHlvray, SumaBs.
Bu-uiiess throuhout tho city, oxcept
in the huildina branches, was very
tjuiet to day. This is tho lull beforo
the storm ; our merchants will have all
tho business they can attend to nbout
a week /rom date.
Mr. [ra Wilson, of Cadbor-i Bay, hus
lost fifteen ahuup through tho ravages
of a panther. Although a sharp watch
has beeu kept on tho varmint to give
, In in a riilo shot, he lias proved too
cute to be caught napping.
At various place** near thu centre of
■ tlio city the sidewalks aro in a danger-
ops condition : in Borne there are loose
planks whioh tip up whon stepped up-
r  on, while others are so rotten that they
crumble awny at the touch.
No polico court tliis morning, Tho
constables are not disgusted with tho
ifiii d behavior of everybody, but they
do wid) tlie:'' wus something stirring.
There is too much business ou hand
tbrough-ut tho oity jutt now tn permit
of uiticb nonsense
The enterprising Victoria (B. C.)
Boani of Trade haa issued ita tenth
ft mi uui report, covering tho period
from6th July, 1888, to 5th July, 1880.
Tlm phtmiplet is well gotten up, contains a considerable amount of special
and general information, and is creditable to the organization publishing it.
Ab-iut ten o'clock Tuesday night a
small child belonging to an emigrant
family bound for Puget Sound, accidentally fell into tho water from ihe
deck or the steamer Olympian at Victoria. Dave Sweeney, the freight
clork, seeing the child's predicament,
sprang after tho lit tie one aud returned
it to its thun It ful parents.
The gnines committeo of the Caledonian ami St. Andrew's Society will
hold a moiting somo evening next
week to mako a final arrangement
about their work, The ground will be
i-i readiness for laying oil'for iho 100
yards and other races in u dny or two.
Tin- bas.' ball diamond will also be
nun ked . li'nt the earliest opportunity.
Tho Btr. ft-ving arrived this aftornoon at 2:45 o'clock. She had a heavy
list of goods for cont-ignees in the city,
120 lu-ad of Similkameen cattle for
Van Vnlkmib'irg Bros., and 42 passon-
gora. A largo number of Chinamen,
who havo been working ou the railway and at lumbering, were among tho
pii-meiu-cr-. The ui-ttlo are line specimen-! of up country beeves, and quito
equal to any lately received.
The st rumor Lnl'ino is nt present at
Nanaimo. Slio-lias been chartered by
Turner, Boit m & Co , lo go to Skeena
river for a 1-ind of salmon. Sho went
from Tae una to Vancouver, and the
customs houso .-nicer there told tho captain to go to Nanaimo, nud she arrived
there yesterday. Mr. Smith, customs
house officer, will not give the steamer
a clearance. He has telegraphed to
Ottawa for Ui'truetiom.— Wedntsday's
Times.
Posters are out announcing a threo
days' race mooting at Ashcroft on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Oot,
10, 11 and 12. This is in connection
with the agricultural exhibition to bo
held nt Ashcroft on the 10th and loth,
and will make quite a stir in the
ambitious unci progressive city,, and
. will be tlm means of drawing a large
concourse of people, The events con-
lilt of the Cache Creek and provincial
aUkeson the lirst day, tho Settlors and
Cay oto --takes on the second day; nnd
ths Asharoft Derby and Consolation
st:ikei on the third day. In addition,
Indian races will ho arranged for oach
l'reiiy Well Advertised.
At tho meeting of the eclebratioh
committers Inst night some one mado
the remark that the Agricultural
Association wus to blame for not
sufficiently advertising tho exhibition.
It may bo mated that tho exhibition
iB advertised iu ovory paper in the
province, as well as by 1500 prize Hats
and 1,000 largo posters.
Turned Hie Hum- ua Him.
A Scuttle paper reports that at Tacoma on Tuesday afternoon when the
Astoria hose team got tho water, ono
of the judges, T. Deaay, chief of the
Victoria firo department, claimed they
did not liavo tho propor coupling,
when tho man at the hoso turned the
water on him, and fl light was about to
onsuc when Chief Rft'moy stepped up
and compelled tho man lo lay down
the hose.
Special Scliool Hoard Jtlccting.
A special mooting of tho school
buard waa hold latt night to consider
tlio applications for the position of
lirst assistant teacher in the boy's
division, central school,
Mr. Goo, MaoRno, who lias boon
teaching at Port Moody, where he
proved himself ii very efficient toooher,
was appointed to the position,
Tim janitor's salary was increased in
§30. and tho school children will bo
mado happy by being granted two days
holiday during exhibition weok.
\(Mi'Sl--uuiNl-lt)(,'i:ii->aay.
Tha Puget Sound and Alaska Steamship Company have been incorporated
at Olympia, W. T,, with a capital
stock of $000,000. Tho objech aro
tho building, purchasing, acquiring,
owning, equipping, furnishing, fitting-,
supplying and navigating sailing vessels and vessels propelled wholly or
partially by steam or other motive power, tugboats, barges and lighters, to be
used in all lawful business, trade, commerce nnd navigation upon tho ocean,
seas, sounds, bays, inlets, straits, tidewaters, rivers, lakes and canals.
Again giKccssrirl.
Thu firo extinguishiiig exhibition
Wednesday night on Court House
square was again successful. Tho Instrument ill the bauds of Mr. Pearson
wi.a subjected to a very severe test.
A number of urchins had built a firo
for their own amusement some forty
foot from the teat liro, and they ignited their pile at the same time as tho
othor. Whon Mr. Pearson had completely put out tho coal oil blaze a gentleman iu tho crowd cried to him,
•'Can't you put out tho othor ono?"
''Certainly," said ho, and stepping
leisurely over to tho burning mass, he
reduced it to black and harmless
ashes in a few seconds, Tho crowd
were astonished at tho powera of the
instrument and fully expressed their
admiration.
Presentation lo the Kev. Father  He*
-Kali-Hen, O. .11. 1.
A meeting which represented the
whole Roman Catholic population of
St. Peter's Parish waa held in the
Library Hall on Thursday evening.
Mr. Charles McDonough in the
chili r.
Thu parishioners who had not already
signed then affixed their signature to
the address, and tbe meeting adiournod
io the houao of tho Roman Catholic
flishop, where the address was read
and the presentation made.
The rov. father thanked his friends
most cordially, and in concluding a
very eloquent roply ho said in tinea
full of feeling—"I regret to leave you,
but it is my duty to obey the order of
my superiors, I must go and hopo you
will pray for mo ; and I assure you I
shall always pray for you."
The pastor and bis people parted on
this occasion in good old fashioned
style liko truo friends deeply moved
by memories of the past.
DOWN TO BUSINESS.
The Royal City's Credit.
In the report of Monday night's
couucil proceedings, published in this
paper on Tuesday last, there was a
paragraph to tho effect that tho tender
of tho Bunk of Montreal for thu city's
385,000 street and park debentures
was 102-jp, and that tho tender was accepted. This fact merits more than
passing attention. That Westminster's
livo percent, bonds ahould sell at a
premium ot 2^ per cont. is extremely
sati.ifactory ns demonstrating tlio high
standing wliich the city has in tho
m.mey markets of the world. A recent
salu of similar bonds by tho city of
Vancouver realized 101.05, and tho
"terminal city" press felicitated itself
considerably ovor tho result. The
premium of 2-J- per cunt, on tho £35,-
000 of debentures will amount in the
aggregate, as any ono may figure for
hiiuaolf, to a littlo over S1800, which
amount the city will be iu pocket on the
transaction. Wo havo always hold
that Westminster's solidity and promiso were unexceptionable, and the
monetary institutions of the country
evidently think bo too.
'TWO BOTTLES OF WINK.'
Children Cryfor Pitchar'sCaitorla
LnBt night in the W. C. T. lr. hall,
on Douglas street, beforo an audience
that occupied nearly every seat in the
spacious room, whioh, if tho remark
will bo pardoned, is not vory woll ventilated : any one entering from thu
fresh air last night must have beon
struck by tho vitiated atmosphere in
the hall, The subjoct of ventilation
occupies the very noxt seat to that of
temperance. The reverend gentleman
for over an hour and a half 'kept his
audience thoroughly interested in tha
subject. Ho gavo a clear and easily
understood summary of the chemical
nnalysia of the two bottles of wine beforo him- Ono of those bottles contained a clear, inviting-looking liquid,
which tho lecturer aaid waa uuformont-
ed; the other bottlo was filled with a
dark liquid— fermented wine. Mr.
Lucas took strong exception to tho
slander which ho said had been thrown
upon tho namo of tho Saviour by those
who took posilnn against tho temperance question. Tboy said that Christ
himself sanctioned tho uso of wine in
many instances. Tho looturer said
that Christ never did anything of tho
kind; the wine he did speak of was
unfermented and harmless. Saint
Paul's advice to Timothy to take "a
littlo wino for his stomach's sake," was
abiy disposed of, and shown to bo by
no means a liconso to drinking. Every
ono present was deeply improssod with
tho remarks of the speaker and a
hearty voto of thanks was awarded
him.
A collection for the benefit of the
W. 0, T. U, was taken up, and at
about 10 o'olook tho audience dispersed.
The Celebration Committee .fieri and
JtM-ieu-.-t Proliabllit•*"'.••■ (.oiii! I'opeM.i
From ■siilM'iiiimilHec--,
Last niglit at lhe City Hull, sometime between 8 and 0 o'clock, i lio mayor
called tho meeting as much to order
as circumstances would allow. Tho
gathering was positively sans earemonie
uud as every socond man had a lighted
cigar or pipe stuck in his mouth, it
would bo hard to imagine anything
moro easy or moro calculated tj inspire genuine admiration for the glorious freedom of our beloved country.
It was really a pity that tho renl business of the ovening wns conducted in
such a loud manly tone of voice, that
thoso gentlemen who wero pleased to
amuse themselves by whispering together rather loudly, too, woro very
much inconvenienced and annoyed.
In fact tho Bight would havo made a
'elranger from thu hampered east smilo
with pleasure and yet oiivy, thus
viewing our citizens carrying lho refreshing habitsof tho billiard and smoking-room into tlio city capit il. Any
young man who will start an elocution
class in thia city deserves a monument
and hia portrait hung in the C.ty Hull.
Of al! tliu fine, intelligent-look*
ing young mon at tho meeting laat
ovening, not ono know how to address
the chair or audience properly and
nothing is moro painful than to watoh
And listen to an .awkward spenkor.
If our young men would stand up
straight, and koop their hands oil the
desk in front of them, and not betray
such an intense longing to ait down
again that thoy are bending down half
tho timo, aa if in readiness to dodge
au inkstand or a ruler hurled nt thom
from the chair, thoy would appear
vastly moro to advantago and confer a
benefit on thoso wbo listen.
The minutes of laat meeting having
been read and confirmed, the following
communications wero considered.
From William Soitz of Vancouver,
asking tho committee to grant free
tickets to members of the Jockey club
who havo cards for the present year,
for admission to the grounds. After
a great deal of discussion it was finally
moved by Mr. Whyte, seconded by
Aid Cunningham, that the communication bo roforred to the agricultural
association and secretary instructed to
advise Mr. Seitz accordingly.   Carried.
From Captain John Irving in regard
to transport of "O" buttery band, stating that tho C. P. N. Co. would carry
them nt excursion rates, ?3. for round
trip, Received and filed. Aid. Reid
proposed that application be mado to
the owners of the Rainbow in regard
to this matter. Aid. Jaques, who
goes to Victoria on Tuesday, will transact this business.
RBPOIITS.
Tho reception committee bad no
written report. No replies had been
received from poisons invited. Ro*
port, such us it was adopted.
The printing committeo reported
programme published and distributed.
Adopted.
Tlio procession committee reported
everything going on swimmingly, and
that the musical arrangements had all
been satisfactorily concluded.
Tho artillery and rille companies
bave not been formally invited to take
part, but it is understood that tho
officers intend to have a turn outof
the men. Tho suggestion of Mr, S.
J. Thompson that a cannon bo takon
up to the park and used to firo salutes
waa quashed by bis worship saying
that the people around tho park
had all tho artillery practice lately
they wanted for some time to come.
Mr. Walker remarked that it avas
unfortunate that thu foot ball and
boat racir.g both camo on tho same
day, thus making it impossible for the
foot ball men to compete iu tho regatta. As something had to clash in tho
programme, and it was too late to
make alterations, this part of tho programme waa allowed to remain intact.
His worship said that a friond of his
in Victoria intended sending 3 horses
to take part in the races. Secretary
Mackintosh caused a good deal of
amusement by stating that a gentleman in Culgaiy was sending a car load
for the samo purpose.
Tlio sports committee repotted favorably on tho various branches of athletics on the programme. Air. J. C.
Whyte reported for tlie lacrosse, and
referred to tho Victorias refusing to
conic as if he were not sorry at all, the
Vuncuuvers would givo just as good a
game as the Islanders, without tho
squabbling Tlio base ball club wishes to
tako tho gato receipts on Saturday in
ordor to recoup themselves for losses
which they havo sustained lately, the
request waa laid over. Messrs. Grant,
Cunningham, Calbick and Whyto were
appointed a committee to look after
tho erection of tlio grand stand.
Tho mayor reported good progress
mado by tho dancing committee.
The decoration committeo reported
that two arches will bo constructed,
one ou Columbia street and the other
near the park.
Tho tire works committee asked for
another §100. Mr. Moresby said that
every cll'ort ought to be used to mako
this part of the entertainment a success. Many people here had never
soen lire works and ho thought that if
tho pyrotechnic display could by a
littlo extra expense bo mado to last 3
instead of 2 hours, it would ho well
spent money. Mr, Fraser proposed
giving prizes amounting to $100 for nn
Indian baud competition, and, liko Mr,
Moresby's for tho firo worka, the idea
was generally approved. Aid. Reid
thought thu gas company ought to
make a special otToit the night uf the
illumination. Mr. MoTiernan will be
asked to bring all thu Indians possible
iuto town,
Mr. Ross reported for the billoting
committeo that the drill shed will bo
fitted up with accomodations for 150
porsons. Tho committee has also obtained all information nbout receiving
too visitors.
On motion the name of Sheriff Armstrong was added to tho reception committeo.
It was reported tbat nothing had
been dono to advortise either Viotoria
or Vanoouver, hut a gentleman in the
audience said that tho circulars had
boon mailed yestorday. No word had
boon received ua to tho gun-bout, but
his worship thought it likely that ono
would bo sent by Admiral Heneago.
The meeting then adjourned.
root-hall Hatch.
The following ore the teams that
will compete in to-morrow's gamo of
foot ball, Rugbey rules, at the athletic
grounds;
Captain's team—Bell, Lewis, Lister
(Captain), Cross, Greame, Woods,
Humber, Pickles, Aikman, Schetke,
Draper, Worafold, Miller, Albro, Wii*
son. Vice*Captain's tosm--Mowatt,
Whyte, Corbett, McMartin (Captain),
Irwin, Allan, Clute, Whiteside, Clap*
colt, Bovill, Port, Sloan, Keay, Baker, Poole, Kick-off at 3 p. in.
promptly.
Bt ۥ Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fond.
For the purpose of raising a, fund to
contribute towards tho patriotic and
worthy object of making tho next au-
nual provincial fair, to bo held in this
city, a grand and unprecedented success,
the undersigned agree to contribute tho
sums opposite their respective names (to
be paid into the association or to trustees
competent to receive tho same, on or before 0 months from the dato of the last
provincial exhibition, and to be applied
to preparing e;:'.libitum grounds and
buildings iu the oity, for increasing the
amount offered in prizes, and for fu. Jicr-
ing the exhibition iu other ways):
b P Eckstein..    10 00
Peterflrunl    10 CO
W O Ijoye    10 00
V Q Strickland ,   25 00
t Cunningham  80 oo
A B Wintemuto   10 00
Annie M Jnquea    10 05
J w BexsmlUi  80 to
11 Douglns -.  100 00
Kohl A t.-urrfc    25 00
WU Tiiltinmk'nu    16 W
0','Io,Cnui*)bull A Co    20 00
!■; ;:-i. *-ii*n->.\s imii».
The CiJisU-stntAN	
W .T Armstrong	
G )> Dry inner	
Stewart a Cash	
George Tin ner	
Young A. Terhune	
Tcr'unto i*.: Co „	
ADaslhlsny	
I* Hlloito-ni..-.	
WCCoallnm	
T M (Junnin;*,huin.	
AElland	
ltev J 11 White	
Gilley IJiflS	
Giant, ,\- .Maclure	
Homlovson Itiot, chilllwhack—
H H Woiib	
A  J Hill	
ciami ii '.miior.	
F H Glover	
Walker A Shadwell	
Ackerman Um"	
KSSeoullar Ato	
Jas Cuniiiii-'liiiui	
Cnpt A Giant.	
J ft  MncUoneli	
H T tlond A Co	
Sharpe A Paine, Lulu Island	
It W Armstrong ,
Next I
... 5100 00
... 80 00
... *"0 00
... 25 00
... IOC)
... men
... Ml ml
... i.l iw
.... 10 00
... 25 00
... !25 U)
... 21 U0
... 10 00
... 20 00
... 10 00
... 10 00
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... IC00
... iu OU
... IU 00
... 10 00
... ■.'0 00
... woo
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... 10 00
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... no oo
... woo
... 10 00
Whoa B»by w» oleic, we gave hor CMtorln,
Whon sho was a Child, she criml for Cutoria,
Whon ahe became Miss, she clung to Caitoris,
Whm shl hsd Children, cha gavo Uiota Cutoril
BAPTIST CHURCH, Agues Street,
East of Mary StrecU Lord's Day
Services at ua.-tn. ami 7 p.m. Sabbath
SchoolnnUBlble Class nt 2:^*0 p, in. All
so:.is five; Ktran*jerH cordially welcomed,
—Uov. Thos. Bftl'iwln, pastor.
METHODIST    € IIV It CII -    Mary
Street.   Rov. J. H. While, Paslor.
frniirii at II a, m,-Hid 7 p. in,   Sunday
Hi .idi-l ami lliiile (*iii':.2;::tln. in. Prayer
tih'rii-.i-x mi Thiii's.:.\vm «t. 7.:.0|Uii. Seats
free; slran-yei-i con,hilly li-vllcd.
ST. pauXj-s OHUilOH- John Street,
Opposite Orange Hall. Hov. Thomas
Haddon, Pastor. Services every Sunday
at 11 ti. ni. nud 7 p. in. Thursday evenings
:i! 7::'!) oV'oelc. Senls free; nil are cordially invilcd. S-nui.'.y School at 2:*'0 p. m.
nilUHCll OP ENGLAND,-HOLY
L* TRINITY CHURCH: Rector, Tho
Dlshop, H. MARY'S CHURCH; Rector,
Tie Ven. Archdeacon Woods. Services
in holli churches every (loy. Al! scats
free. Both churches open nil day for pvl-
Viiie pravc*'.	
IJllESUYTEltlAN    Cllt'UCU   (ST.
X ANDRE W'Si. corner Carnarvon mul
Blackwood SW. ".ov, Tho;.. Scouler, paslor. service.** at)' a. in. nml 7 p. in.; Sun*
(lav-school nud Iiili!e-cla:;S at 2. SO p.m.;
ri.i.vi's-nKei'Iiigoii Tlimsdey evenings itt
7.S0. Seals lVee: strangers wolf omo.	
KP.-ROYAL LODGE NO. 0. Regular
, Meeting every Tuesday night at8
o'clock. Oddfellows'Hall. Visiting Hreth-
rcn welcome.—.!, E, KsiGHT, K.of It, AS.
T O. O. T.-EXCELRIOH LODGE NO. 8
1. moots overy Monday evening at 8o'-
cToelcj In tho Temperance Hall.CoIumhla
S.. VlBllIng members are cordially invited.—W. O. LoVK, Reo. Sec.	
CALEDONIA -fe HT. ANDHEW8
SOCI ETY.-Tho regular meetings of
nil!' A.--...,-it-ii-ui i.-** ln-lilon Hioliwit'l'Hen-
day of each montli, at.S o'clock p.m. All
Scotclimen aro Invited to nllend. -Jo".N
Bui b, Sec.     	
UNION LODGE No, U, A. V*
A, A. M.—The regular meetings of tills hod',',': ure held In
, „ . theMii.soiiIeTemploontlioflr.it
Wednesday in each month, at7:00 o'clock
p.m. Sojourning brotllttU nro cordially
Invited to attend.--W. C. Coatham, Sec. _
-QOAUD OE1 TRADE. Board Room,
i) Oddfellows Brick Block, np-slalrs
Council moots on the tlrst Wednesday
In each month, nt 4 p. m. Quarterly
meetings on the 22nd of Feb., May., Aug.,
and Nov., at 7:30 p. m. Now members
may be proposed and elected nt any Quarterly meeting.—D. Robson, Sec.
•jSTOTIO"EL
1 HEREBY GIVE NOTIOE THAT Sixty
fOoldays after dnte I Intend to make
application to Iho Ohlef Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to piir-
ehnso the fol lowing tractor pnreeldf land,
viz:
An Islnitd in Now Westminster District
norlh of Lol 101 IMcNah's rtiticliol in the
Fraser River, containing live [5] acres,
moro or less,
HENRY E. HARLOCK.
Ladner's Landing, Sept. 12,1889.      dim
Eligible Lots
Corner Park Lane &
Pelham Street,
Adjoining lho new residence of H. V.
Edmonds. Esq.
FINEST RESIDENTIAL LOTS
,   IN THK CITY.
BEAUTIFUL   SITUATION.
These lots will ho sold on easy terms.
For particulars npply on ttio grounds on
rafter MONDAY,Hilrd Sept.       dsolOtc
Herring's Opera be,
ONK HIGHT ONLY.
SATUEDAY EV'G I
SATURDAY EV'G \
SATURDAY EV'G I
SATURDAY EV'G "*-'VI,"J.si
ment Extraordinary.
LEW JOHNSON'S
Nothing like them. The greatest ever
here. H Genuine Colored Ar*
(IsIs, Including tlio renowned BLACK
MUY BOY QUARTETTE, Introduc
i'tg Nogro Melodies and Genuine Plantation Specialties.
New     New     New   Now    , New    I
Music Songs Jokes Spermllics ]
Uusurpasscd in the Minstrel Art. Wait,
watch; don't fail to see the Cirtlll'l
Street 1'armle in brilliant uniforms,
headed hy the World's Groatost Drum
Major, Low Hall. Admission, Title, 7fie
and SI. Reserved scats now on sale at
Herring's Drug Store, dsclS-'lt
FOR HIRE.
STEAMER "CLAIU PORT," wl 1.1. esssssl
HpsssS's.  Tonus sssssilcnslo.—Assply to
slscnsvl O. W. IIII.H'IY.
WANTED.
AN APPRENTICE TO LEARN THE
DrcBiSinnklng Uusiness. — Apply to
MRS. KATE SMALL, Church street, New
Westminster, dselsts
WANTED.
NAMES OP FAMILIES WHO CAN
give sleeping accommodation to
visitors during exhibition week. Hand
to undersigned name, residence, ohaiges,
and number will accommodate, whether
married couples, or ladles or men only.
D.S.CURTIS,
dfiolStc l'or Committee.
Business Notice.
mHE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED
JL to furnish plans and specifications for
all classes of litilldlngs (stone uud brick a
Bpoolnlty). Will furnish all the necessary
drawings and superintend work through a
competent foreman, ahd will guarantee
pert eol' work for 8 ner cont. of cost, Oflico
in Bankof B.C. Building, upstairs, Now
Westminster. JAMES KENNEDY,
dwselltu Architect.
- t *ee -ra —
ff.JMKElHl).
HANK 1SUILDINO,'',
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
'  ifES.BPnotSSS NO. 5T,.]
14 CURE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
I-tiudou and Lanonshlt-e Fire and
Brltlgh Kmplre  Lift Insurance
('Ompanlt-H.
New Westminster Building Society.
Aucountant'ii Oflice, Dloeeue of N.W.
Cily Amllt.H-if, It-BG, 1HK7 and 1888.
ADVTSE CLIENTS IN   THE  BUYING
AND SELLING OP REAL PROPERTY IN TnE CITY AND DISTRICT,'
nnd other uionclnry transactions,
Havo several good investments on tholr
books, uud all new comers will du well lo
call before doing business elsewhere.
dwSdely
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
MARTI M,"
-URDUS
J.J.WILSON,  -  MAIMER.
Bates, $1.00 and $1.50 per Uny,
AI'COISSSINII TO HOOM.
SPECIAL RATES DV THE WEEK OR MONTH.
tar Piirlk's supplied wlih nil kinds of
ICE-CliEAM. ilinylmO
JUST ■:-
Our first consignment of
LADIES' JACKETS!
Also tho largest assortment of
MANTLE-
-CLOTHS
IBsT     •_U_Bt_B     FBOVItfOB,
SPECIAL: Plushes in all the new shades.
Ogle, Campbell k Freeman
THE LEADINC DRY GOODS HOUSE.
MASOXH! 111.01 Ii,
SEW WESTMISKTEK,
g<^rfGs
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
A Pleasing1 Sense ot Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follow, tho uso of Syrup of Figs, as i t
note gosstly 6is tlso
KiDKKirs, Liven *P Bowels
FJTcotil-.llyCli!».sSBlis|-tho System uls sis
Costivo or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and jsoHisisneiilly curing
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION
without woakoning or irritating tha or*
gnnsonwlsiohltnofo
Vor Mloln 70o bottlo* by nil Liuiillsig
Jlrugglsts.
SS-ISUttWUSSBS, ONLY ST Til.
OAHFOBKIAHQS-s'ETJPaO
. Hut twmm, out.,
^m-TOiAlSr., Mssr Voni. H »
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
HAVE JUST KE< EIVEI) THEIR
-> COMPLETE STOCK OF *>
' ft
, flM „
FOR  FALL AND  WINTER.
ing!
A PARTICULARLY GOOD LINE in MEN'S
LIGHT FALL OVERCOATS.
AND SPECIAL THINGS IN BOYS' SUITS.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
The Popular »isslliln-" House,    •     •     •     Columbia Street.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
DIALE1I   IJST
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY PUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Labrador Herring©,
1«£aeOserel, Salt Cod.,
^rrrLO-ur's TJnc. *EZax*as,
-A,rBaoiar's TTxie. Bacon.
Flour. Bran. Sliorts,
JTHIOHEST H1I0ES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE,
TOWwiy 8ooullar-Arm»trong Blook, Oolumbla St.
Jas. Ellard S Co
Are Now Opening
 THEIR	
FIRST INSTALMENT
f*
3STEW
FALL MILLINERY
_J_l_SO_____^_-____:
A COMPLETE bljME OF
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Mantles, Cloaks and Jackets.
LONDON HOUSE,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, M.
BEST,QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES,
A full Issso of Spectacles & Eyc-GlnBSCS In "tool, rulslsor, silver arc s>l 1
frames.   Tho linost IMsMos mndo, }sl por pair; nil sialsts sssstcil,
Rpooinl isttssistioss given to PINK WATOH REPAIRS. Hnvissg lisni'si-,.'. mo
business thoroughly from some of tho finest Horolngcrs in England, and since slion
managed the svntots-repairiisg department, of a fesv of tho best firnss on tlso continent of Asnerica, is a sufficioist guarantee ol good svorltuinnahsss. Formerly manager for nearly 8 yeara of tho svcll-knnsvn linn of Savago 4 Lyinnn, Montreal.
Charges Moilerute. , , „, ,
Montrkas., l)oo„ 1887.—Mr. V. Crislsi'.— Andsv. Robertson, Esq., Chairman ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watolsmakor who slid so
well for me ns you did ss'heis in Montreal, nnd I mn sorry you aro not hero to-day."
slsviii'l'-lo
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
AQENTS   B.   LAURANCE'S   SPECTACLES.
Wholesale and Eetail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
mm m it m.
W-&G-
Cor. Columbia and Mary Sis., New Westminster.
The ubove named firm having fully decided to retire from the
Dry Goods Business and confine their attention to the Grocery
Business for the future, now offer the whole of their
Choice, New, Well Selected and Well Bought Stock of Dry
Goods and Clothing at
Cost Prices for Cash.
A raro clianco ia now olFcrc-l to Intending piirclmaern, nn tlio stock oonalBts of
goods juat suited for tlio 'iruBeut and coniincr season. AU fresh and in prime order
and purt-'linsml hi tlio best foreign market* at rook bottom prices,
Salo to commeuoo on Monday, tlio 1 u'tb instant, aud to continuo until tlio wholo
of tho Btook Ima boon olosod out. 1'KMKMHKU THK PLACE: Coruor of Columbia ami Mnry Streets.
W. & G. WOLFENDEN.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    -    Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices, dwtc
BON MAROHE.
SPECIAL BARGAINS in New Dress
Goods, Jackets, Paletots, Dolmanettes,
and Ulsters.
A Large Assortment of MEN'S SUITS
from $7.00.
WALKER dl, SHADWELL,
<lws*olOtc COLUMBIA STREET.

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