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Array SttTllriimeDt Printins ofR^
Columbian.
YOIsUME 7
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., TUFSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1889.
NUMBER 73
IB
PIWESS10HAL AHD DUSIHESS CAhDS^_^
Ii. M. N. WOODS,
AIUtlSTEU-AT-LAW. Ofllce-McKeu-
■*.te Htreet. Uau2Le
i t. c. aT'KInbohi
BAHM8TER, SOLICITOR, Ae. Omcea-
Mnsonlo i*ulMli.E- New Westminster,
r H.q  dwlo
ARMSTRONG & KOKttTlfilNi
B/VHttISTEIt8, 80LICIT0UH,   KTC. -
Masonic Building,   Wow westmin-.
.1 ster, It, C. dwiny-lle
W. NOUHAN UOLK, <i. C,
B;      ABBISTKlt-AT-LAW, LAND AG15N1'.
Money to Loan. Ollict*—UlttrliSon St".,
.NewWestminster, B. C, dte
ctfunoi li>, bshcoia a jessis,
BARRISTERS, aOLIOITOnS, ele,  Offl-
ces—Mnsonlo Buildings, New West-
- minuter, ami Vnncouvor, H. C.        dwtc
A-C. DUY DONE-JACK, M.A,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, NOTARY
1'uhllc, 'Ae. Olllcc In Die Humley
' I'uii'll-ig,Columbia HI., opposite tlie Cof*
. onlal lintel, (iwiiusic
.TOMMIMI I
OAYHOIl, II.A.iUL.Ui
;it.\ Of
nOI.DMKHAl.ISTdf the lllll
\J     Blllilln.    lUKltlKTK.R-AT LAW   o(
Ml-. IIIt'll Oiurt iif.ln-.tifi-. li.-lnml. lllll*":.
' Corner MeKoii/.lo it (Jltu-ltstin Hi.., *-■;•*•*•
I Wi'sliniustt'i'. ilwfe2ltc
A. J. HOLMES, D. D. S.,
SURGEON "DENTIST. Graduate of tho
Ohio Cotleuo nf Ijonlal Hnruory. Is
-now wllli Dr. 0. E.O. llrown. All work
hI-IltfiilI,v performed. Rooms is A 0, Hank
.if R. ('..CoUunLilnSt'. Uouis-Slo IJ a.m.;
i 1:80 lo 0 p. m.  djlyllto
<5. W. UliANT,
i RCHITECT.  Ofllco-Cornor Mary nnd
V  Clarkson 8ts„ Westmin uter.    tlw
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of llll kissslii of tlio best IllUsOo; ils-ossj-cttt -< !!aii<l-Sii*vsi,
Barbed Wire for F-mciusz, nssd ull tin, neoosBisiy Utensils for Fnrininict
l'lilley Blocks, Siiateli JSloete, Stiiise & €iiaiu in all sizes; i-iteli,
Tnr & Oakiiiiu Twreil ami I'lisiss i'aner fur Kiiililiiig! l'llilils Si Oils
In all oolorsi Limiitl Paints In all sIsuIub- flour I'aintS randy to sssss', wind
Stonesi WulfPaper in all iSsiKsssj Brooms & Bnishiisfos-ssUpssriiosiisi
Lillsrieatin-* Oilni Traps ol all ilos-s'lptlcms, isss'd » »csicnsl isasos-tissi'nt ol
Agrlciiltm-itl Imiilcmeiits,
or yjtouiu.1 ailtontiou givess tssfs lilfru liy snail.
t. t. ■x,:b.a.:p"f so co.,
dwjly3tc Columbia Stiikkt, New \Vewm*.k.st-'r,
&»<8&
OliOW Si, MACLUllE,
ARCHITECTS.    Oillce-Room 1-3, ov _
Blinkof li.0.,ColMublaStrect-W0St-
^ WiliLlA.'I   It. K1NU,
A ROHITBOT, SANITARY ENGINEER,
J\ Ac, Remove-it I'jArmstroiiK'i* Block,
Columbia Street, Westminster —Itoom
jtfo,2  ilto
W. TIUBAUDEAt*,
■ AND SURVEYOR ANDDRAUGHTS-
_J man. Hamley Blook, New WestminBter, B.0. dmylatc
T AP
Ai m
A. V. VOTTOX*
DOMINION and PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR. Olllcc: Room D, Bank
of B. C. building, Westminster, B. C.
I ALBE11T J.  HIM.
(M.0AN.SO0.C.E.),
nlVILEN-GINEEItiLANb SURVEYOR
\j  nnd   DKAUUHTMMAN.      Hamley
Bloo le, Now Westminster. ; 1 Wiui2.1l o
ti. I'iTTI'NDUItiU,
'  UKAIi ESTATE BROKER and County
X\> Court Agent. Commissioner;'Notary
Public, &0,   Rents collected.   Ofllco-Mc-
Kenxie Street, New West minster, B.C.
T. J. TttAPP,
AUCTIONEER    AND    APPRAISER,
(■olumbia Street, New Westminster.
1   AM  commissions   will   receive   prompt
and careful attetitkm.   Bunt references
given when roqulred. nilil2-to
J. K. F1NI-AYSON,
PIANO TUNER, from   Ilromlwooil   A
Sons, London, England, and Stoltt-
way A Sons, Now York, now resldins ln
Vaneouver, will nttem! lo order.'' loft at
■ Mr. Zed. B. Hall's nnd D. Lyal A Co.'s
Btoros. Trips 1st week of each month,
douato
J. S. HANSON'S TAILORING ESTAUSHMEKT,
Columbia Street) New Westminster.
Positively the largest and best assorted stock ever shown iu this city, consisting of Fronch and English Worsteds, Scotch .Suitings, Irish Serge, &c.
fiiTPcrfoct fit guaranteed or no sale.
OPENING  DAILY AT THK
T CRN Ell, BEETON -b CO.,
MERCHANTS. Wliarf St,, Vlctoiln,
Agents for Nortb British and Met*-
caiitllo Insurance Cn. for Mainland. H.
C. Breton A Co., :18 Pinsbury Circus, London, E.G. dto
HipiM Fire Insurance Co,
OIP X.03Sr"D0*ET-.
< ll'ITAL,       -       £1,600.000 SIR.
Ratos as low as any other rellalilo Com-
tlJIyMo
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agent forNcwWOi
OAKER BROS. &_  Cfl'V
;i  lOCliapelWalk, South Castle St., Liver
' pool.Kngland,
pool.Kngland,
8 Bank Buildings, Columliln Street, New
Westmlnsler.B. C.
Sliipping and Commission
AGBNTS,
Ceheiial WholeSs\i.e Me rohahts & 1 »p<iRTEns
Aiiyslesorlssllon nl Goosls InspoKod lo
oiiIlt and Custom uiul Hlill' Broking
transacted, Latest Kreiiiht und Misrltit
QuoUstlons, slsniuMo
R1
RAND BROS.
UMi KST ATM BflOKRRS,
CnnveymtCDrs, Colleclori,
Ami  liuiirniitB Afinil",
OIHcuji ftt
NEW WESTMINSTER! Comer
MntCon-tto and Clarkson Sts.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
LONDON,EnglHVid.
BUILDING LOTH for huIo in all sections
of Vnnnouver aud Now Westminster Cily.
FARM LANDS of superior Quality for
lule  at Clillilwhaok,   Port   Hammond,
Daugioy, Mataqul, Sumas, MudBay.Lud-
fler'a Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
nml PUt River.
Maps and Plans exhibited and tlie full-
IBt Information furnished at all our oillces,
wiMM tm rM?
T OST-A I'lPE, WITH OWNKU'S IN-
I, Itlals ou sllvsss* hand, Tlse Under svill
Iiu rowisrded hy lonvlng stsnso at Hank of
Monlreisl. slsoSUI
GIRL   WANTED
EWOltls*.-
Apply to
MRS, JAS. CUNNINGHAM,
Iscito Agnes Blroel,
fjtO  DO  GENERAL   HOI
TO RENT.
11HE UPSTAIRS FLAT IN BUILDINt'
, oornor of Columbia nnd Douglas hik.
-44x110.   Applyto
dnuSte HENRY V. EDMONDS.
For Jj ire.
TWO On'l'lIltKE THAMH 0P8TII0NO
WOKKINII HOHHBS.
...    Apply tss
sefilo   WOOISS. TOIINEH A GAMBLE.
FOR  SALE.
A ♦'allien In tho Oity.
IT CONTAINS 8 ACRES AND IS ALL A
vegotalslo
POWSER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder nover varies. A marvel of
purU-y-ntreugth and wholeHomeitoss. More
economical thun tho ordinary kinds, and
cannot ho mh\ lu competition with (he
multitude of low tost, short, weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
Royal baking Powdek Co., 106 Wall St.,
New York. 8fely
LONDON GOSSIP.
Mt. Yates' Cable Gives the Interesting; Chit-Chat About
Eoyolty.
The Health of the Prince of Wales
Much Improved.   A Royal
Gooil Fellow.
A Marvellous Eace Horse Makes
a Wonderful Record and
Large Winning's.
Nioiit Beu.
Telephone 67.
CHEMISTS & DRUGGISTS.
Columbia St.,   -   New Westminster.
w
E HAVE ONE OF THE BEST
selected Stoolts in the City.   Our
Drugs are perfectly pure  and can be
thoroughly relied upon.
"Our Own" Beef, Iron & Wine
is, beyond tho Bliadow of a doubt, tbe
host preparation of   its   kind   iu  the
world.
dapisto
BUSINESS NOTICE
A complete stock of Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Coats, also Ladies' Sealette
and Plush Dolmans and Jackets.
dtc -jvc-ss. -\*sT*m:. xiJL-n.
C. E. WOODS, Uud Surveyor.
A. Ci. GAMBLE, Notary I'islslio.
".AND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE
Financial Agents and Conveyancers,
Land Surveying in all ita 1-ram-hes accurately and promptly carried out.   City and
Suburban Lands forSale.    Wo can show a complete list of dosirablo localities, farming lands,improved andimimprovL-d,throughout tliodistrict
Money to Loan on First Mortgage at
Current Rate of Interest.
Agents for tbo following Insurance Companies:
Western of Toronto, ./Etna, Oity of London,
Hartford and Travellers.
OFFICE—Opposite Post Office, Bank of B. C Building, Columbia Street, New Westminster. Telephone Call No. 33.
P. 0. Drawer" W." dseiotc
MAJOR tt PEARSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Financial and Insurance Agents,
Property for Sale in all parts of lho City and Suburbs. We also havo listed some
of the finest farming land in the Province. MONEY TO LOAN. HOUSES TO
RENT, Agents for the Confederation Lifo Association of Toronto- the London
Guarantee aud Accident Co., Limited. General Agents for British Columbia for
tho American Steam Boiler Insuranco Co, of Now York, the Royal and Atlas Fire
Assurance Companies ot England, Union B'iro and Marino Insuranco Co. of San
Francisco, South British Flro and Manuo Insurance Co. of New Zealand.
HAVE THIS DAY TAKIW INTO
1. partnership B„"W. McIknibb ana in
future the businoss will lie conducted under tlio nnme and stylo of A. A E. W.
McIhkirb. A. MUINNIEB.
WE WISH TO NOTIFY THB PUBLIC
that we have re-opened in tlio NEW
STORE, cornor CtiiumMa ■» Dousing si'*.,
wlth a full and (-elect line of
Groceries & Provisions
BolIcUlng n continuance of lho public
ipntrouiige,       A. & li, W, McINNlliN.
New West., August 0,1880. dautl.vl
T. 4. IUIR & CO.
Queen's Hotel  Block,
SWW SVIKTJHNSTEII.
Reliable Drags & Medicines
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PIIGSCIUITIONS A SPECIALTY.
Telephone Ht. 83. siapito
D. LYAL & CO.
Pianos,
Organs,
Vocalions
HOOKS,
STATIONERY,
FANCY GOODS,
TOYS, Etc., Etc.
N. B.—Dolicrly Oi'Kiins «lil at
r,0 _,_,- cent, oft list prions, ior cash,
Columbia. St., New Westminster.
SSSlllllSoi IlSO
to
ll "I2IS11
ssrdon; Is closo to tlio tor-
loutlss'i'is Risllsvisy.  Apply
H, A. sOT'tiY,
MoKc»-lo HI..
NEW WESTMINSTER-
OFFICES-
-Colunibia Streot, Bank of B. C. Blook.
VANCOUVER—Hsistillt-a Stroot, opposite tlio I'ost OOioo.
dsvsolOto
Richards, Haywood
Real Estate and Financial Agents,
Conveyancers, Notaries Public, Etc.
Agents for Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
LOANS   NEGOTIATED,
COLLECTIONS  MADE,  SURVEYS  TAKEN,  MAPS AND PLANS PREPARED.
FOR SALE:
Colonial lllock,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Business, Residence and Suburban Property, Improved and Unimproved
Farming Lands, Timber and Mineral Claims.
— orriaaa —
176 Cordova Street; 51 Yates Street.
VANCOUVER,
VICTORIA.
Low nta!, Harris
SO   CO.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
Ami transact all BuBtnoaa relatiujt to
ileal Katato.
—AGENTS VOU—
london AHBnrance(!or|to,-nilon.
Connecticut Flro Iiimirniioo Co. of
Hartford.
London nnd Lnacaslilro Lift Assurance Oo.
Canton Insuranco Offlco, Ld. (Marino)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
Mil. YATES* CABLE.
London, Kept. 24.-—Tho queen liaa
decided tn poBtjmno her coiitemidatud
vJ3it to Strathpdl'er till next year, an
up? majesty wilt remain ut Iiiilnumil
until sho comoa In VVihdaur in November, The queen will pmbahly get to
Aix Les Buliioa early in tliu spriiij*.
THU PHINOE OP    WALES   WELL   AGAIN.
Tho health of tlm Prince of Wales is
bo far improved that the apprehension
felt by hia relatives as to the existence
nf blood poiaouim,'. which caused bo
much anxiety a mouth at>o, are for the
moment allayed.
ALDEKT VICTOH'S INDIAN TRIP.
Utiles*! something unforeseen occurs,
Prince Albert Victor's Indian programme will he carried out- but the
Prince of Wales haa been warned of
the probable consequent of any un*
due exertion while in Scotland and ia
advised to take as much rest as possiblo during his coming visit t ■- Greece.
AROVAL "GOOD FELLOW."
Princo Christian Victor, of Schles*
wig-HohtBin, who has been nt Balmoral for n fortnight, haa gone back
to his regiment. He has had a good
deal of shooting and dear Btalking, of
which ho ia very fond and ho Ib a good
shot, He ia one of the sturdiest and
most athletic of tho royal family, being
vory strong and fond of all out door
amusements. He ia moreover a very
food fellow and very popular in his
regiment.
A MAIlVfiLLOUH 1U0E HOUSE,
The wonderful luck of tho Duke of
Portland has apparently not boen exhausted, for Donovan's victory iu the
Lancashire plate on Saturday bringa
the total of the duke's winnings since
the beginning of last soason, up to
within a fraction of £100,U00, of which
sum Donovan has contributed nearly
one half. Donovan has quito
put int) lhe shade, tho winning of
Ayrshire, who won about £38,000 in
the courso of hia season, Whereas,
Donovan, who apparently still has a
long aud pi-ospbroua future before him,
haa already placed about £55,000 to
his* owner's credit, ilo won 11 races
out of l.i .13 a 2 yenr old, nud tliis season, save for hia "fluky" defeat in the
"2,0C0 guineas," be has carried all before hiin, winning tho Prince cf Wales
stakes, £1,000 at Leicester; New Market stakes, Derby, Princo of Wales
stakes at Ascot, Doncaster stakes and
now the Lancnshore plate, winning
them all oasily, too. His last acbiev-
ment» probably tho best, for Ohita*
bnb was so tame that ho could hardly
hobblo to Doncaster station the week
beforo. Ho came round with surprising rapidity and was well suited by
seven furlongs at Manchester.
HACK AGAIN.
TouoNl'O, Sept. 23,—Davis Blain,
president of the defunct central bank,
was seen in the oity this morning. It
is aaid he made somo arrangements
with the liquidators, after hia exilo of
many months, to return.
A HANDSOME GIFT.
Ottawa, Sept. 23. - From far away
India thore arrived at Earnscliffo hist
week a package containing two silver
bowls of native Hindoo workmanship,
sent to Sir John by Lord Landsdowne
to remind him and Lady Macdonald of
"absent friends who do not forgot
Canada." Theso bowls eaoh weigh 40
ounces, are 10 inches in diameter and
about 8 inohes high, all lined with
gold.
THE RICHELIEU ELECTION.
Montreal, Sept. 23.—Sargison und
Ohuptoau have boen in the city holding a consultation with the Richelieu
Conservatives over the election to be
held in that county ou October 18th.
The Tory leadora regard the situation
in tho county with some anxiety.
Their nominating convention is to be
held on Tuesday.
CAUSED BV  ELECTMCITY,
Winnipeg, Sept. 23.—At 11 o'clock
this morning, acting Sergeant Li-ach,
of the eity polico foroe, perceived a
blaze in the cupola above tho roof of
tho Forest Block, through which tbe
wires of the telegraphic system are
conducted into the exchange, lie
gave tho alarm and tho brigade was
promptly on the scene. Ladders were
brought into requisition nnd (hu lire*
mon ascended with the chemical hose
and extinguished tbo blu/.o in a few
minutes. Chief CodoBuya tho lire was
caused by ail electric light wire crossing a telephone wire on St, Mary's
atreet. Manager Walsh recognized tbe
prompt turn out of the brigade, and as
a mark of appreciation of their valuable services, lie forwarded $50 for tho
Brigade Benovolont Fund,
est ing information in regard to mines
and mining. Ho visited nil the mines
in the suction during his recent visit
to Cariboo, but gave more particular
attention to the Island Mountain and
B. 0. Cu.'a property. The Island
Mountain -.vas first visited; in it there
aro four tunnels. Tho lower ono is
uow 200 feet in tliu lodge, and averaging 3 feet in width, ull well mineralized ore. There ia now on the dump,
at a low estimate, 600 tons, Tho next
tunnel, John's tunnel it is callod, is
now in 211 feel, and averages 5 feot in
width. On the dump there is 1,000
tona of good ore. Tlio Enterprise
tunnel is in 420 feet, tho ledge being
ubout six feet iu width. This tunnel
is about 800 feet from the mouth of
the John's.
All operations nt thu Island Mountain nro at present suspended, although
there are over 2,000 tons ot good ore
on tho dump, nnd the oxidized oro to
he found there would alone be sutlieient
to pay nil running expenses and leave
n profit besides. Boaides the nro on
the dump, there is enough iu Bight to
laat a year. If put iu running order,
the mill—n ten-stamp one, with four
concentrators, n lurge crusher and all
the most modern machinery would
realize a profit of glOO a day. The
Graphite is another vory promising
ledge, nlso owned by tho Island Mountain Co, The Graphite is seven feet
wide on tho face, and the tunnel is in
01 feet. Thero ia about 180 tons of
ore on the dump, and operatious here
nlso aro for the time being suspended.
The Silent city.
An artist named HuBher, representing a local photograph establishment,
is nuw in Alaska investigating tho remarkable mirage discovered by Prof,
Willoughby, At first he took emphatic grounds againat the "silent oity,"
aud ridiculed tho mirage along the
glaciers. On his way to Sitka, three
weeks ago, Mr. Husher stopped at
Muir glacier and made a number of
views. After he left Muir glacier he
informed de Groff, a local photographer, that he had seen a startling mirage
while making his views, and that lie
was accordingly prepared to say that
the mirage picture of Profeitsor Willoughby was not a trick, aa had beeu
claimed by tho San Francisco photographers. Iu support of tho opinion
that iB gaining ground that Professor
Willoughby'a "silent city" ia not a
myth, we hko pleasure in publishing
thu statements of two gentlemen who
solemnly declaro that they saw tho
mirage of a city in Glacier Bay on
July 2nd lust. From what we have
boon ablo to learn as to the credibility
of theso witnesses, tbey appear to ba
reliable, and enjoy the reputation of
candor and uprightness. Mr. Christie is a foreman nt the extensive Bartlett bay cannery, and his bomo is in
Astoria, where his family now are and
where he is welt known. Babtlett
Bay Canneuy, Aug. 23,1889.—Robert
Christie and George Patterson, in tho
Jirescnco of Luman B. French, Chas.
I. Lord, R. Willoughby aud Miner
W. Bruce, mako tho following statement, to-wit: On tbo 2nd of July,
1889, while sailing from the main or
Glacier bay into wbat is known as
James bay, just south of Willoughby
islnnd, about 5 o'clock in the afternoon, suddenly saw lieing out against
the side of the inountttina what appeared to be houses, churehea and other
largo structurea. It appeared to be a
city of extensive proportions, perhaps
of 15,000 or 20,000 inhabitants. Wo
watched the apparition for a long
timo, und think it was visible for un
bour or mote. We further aver that
at tbat timo we bad never heard of
what is called the "silent city," or
that Prof. Willoughby had photographed it. Wo are satisfied that it
was a mirage from its position and ap*
pearance.--iIasA*a Free Press.
THE CITY'S PEIDE.
The   Exhibition   Buildings   or
Queen's Park, Their Architecture and Their Position.
A Work of Considerable Magnitude
that bas been Successfully
Completed.
The Race   Track   and   Athletic
Grounds.  The Field of Trial
for Man and Beast.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
(■-tins Heme.
A number of Chinamen aro going
home ou the steamship Port Fairy.
They camo through from the east in
bond and aro mostly merchants who
havo mndo their fortunes in New York
nnd Brooklyn in tho last fivo years and
uru returning home whore they can
live liko princes for tho rest of their
natural lives. Thero aro 82 in tho
party nud all of them spoak moro or
less English und nro said to bo very
clean* intelligent people. Yesterday
morning on tho nnival of tho steamer
North i'acifio nt Port Townsend from
Victovin throe Mongolians t-toppod
ashore, butdidnotprocoedfarwhen thoy
wero takon iuti custody by tho inspector of customs. The Chinamen hnd
corlilleates that thoy woro merchants,
but tho inspector was not to bo misled
by auch a Btatemoyt as he knew by
their appearance t hut they weru coolies,
and consequently they wero returned
to Qritiali soil on buard the Olympian.
Times.
The Cariboo NUh.
Dr. T, J, Junes, who has juat re*
turned to Victoria from the mines of
Cariboo, wns culled upon by a Colonist
representative, to whom he Rave inter-
Eight thousand sheep have arrived
nt Maple Creek, N. W. T., from
Oregon, tor Sir Lester Kaye's farm,
Prof. Saunders, of Ottawa, direotor
of tbo government experimental farms,
ia in Winnipeg on a tour of inspection
of the farms. The professor cornea to
the coast.
The telephone exchange at Winnipeg was damaged by fire to the extent
of $1)000 yesterday morning through
an eleotric light wiro coming in contact
with a telephone wiro.
Lord Stanley and party arrived at
Winnipeg last night. Elaborate preparation were made for their entertainment during the week. Tho train
arrived nt 7:30. Tho party were escorted to the government bouse by a
main moth torchlight procession. The
party spent Saturday and Sunday at
Rat Portage, where an address was
presented.
Tho British warship Lily struck a
rock off Point Armor, N. F,, on Saturday, and Bank. Soven of the crew
wero lost. The vessel is a total wreck.
All tho monoy and valuables wont
down with her.   The Lily wns a com-
Sfiaitc vessel of 720 tons burden and
30 horse-power and carried three
guns. Sho belonged to tho North
American and West Indies station,
Tho ship laborers' socioty, numbering 700, headed tho funeral procession
Sunday of tho victims of the Quebec
land slide. Following these were the
hearses containing the bodies of Thoa,
Farrell, and three children, Richard
Leahy, Mrs. Richard Leahy, Michael
Deehy, Charles Allen, Miss Allen,
Mrs. Stephen Burke and her two children, Mra. Michael Bradley and
daughter, Eliza Bradley, Margaret
Welsh, Mra. Ready, Mn. Kemp and
Mrs. J a no Marshall. Then came, a
vast concourse of tho most distinguished citizona. At St. Patrick's church,
whoro divine servico took place, the
colli na woro placed jn a row. Twenty*
ono bodies wero' deposited in tho
vault prior to tbo final burial. Sir
Hector Lnngevin, minister of publio
works, accompanied by Qoneral Cameron aud Major Mayue, visited the
scene of the disaster this afternoon.
The gentleman wore visibly impressed
with what thoy saw thoro. Thoy
found the adjacent rooks suspended bt
the cliff's sido looking rather dangerous. The government engineers, in
company with the city engineer, will
make n survey of tbo Heights, and re*
port to tho minister of publio works as
to the condition and danger of tho
snrno, and also as to tbo best meant
to prevent a further disaster. Two
hundred men aro actively working at
the debris, and some more corpses are
expected to bo found ahortly.
The many changes brought about in
the royal oity since the present council camo into existence have all tended
to improve and beauti^fv the city, but
of all the works accomplished, which
will iu the future redound to thu
credit of tho nldermanic board, the
now exhibition buildings are tho greatest, and will provo the most lasting
monument t)l the progress and enterprise of 1889. The preient has been a
red letter year in the history of Westminster, having seen greater changes,
more rapid advancement aud more
general prosperity than any in the
past 30 yeara, and the completion of
this latest and one of the most worthy
enterprises tho city has over undertaken in its own beat interests, aa well
as for the benefit of the whole district,
accords well with the timo. When the
annual meeting of the British Columbia agricultural society was held at
Victoria last year WestminBter made a
grand light to secure the exhibition of
1880, and succeeded, by promising,
among other things, to build the fine
structure just completed. The royal
city has been more than as good as ita
word.
Yesterday afternoon a representative of The Columbian paid a visit to
the park and agricultural buildings for
the purpose of noting the progress
made since Iub latt visit somo weeks
ago. The metimorphosiB was found
to be complete. Where atumpa, rocks
and trees abounded in wild profusion
at that lime, a cleared and levelled
stretch of ground, completely fenced,
and covering 25 acres, now. maintains,
tho centre crowned with the handsome
agricultural buildings. Entering the
grounds from the main entrance on
Pelham street, the newspaper man
espied Aid. Thos. Cunningham, directing the movements of the workmen and issuing orders right and left
liko a general to his aides decamp, and
to him ho applied for information.
Aid. Cunningham, by the way, ia
chairman of the park eommittee, and
lias been tho champion of the park and
agricultural buildings enterprise from
the first, and still snows his untiring
zeal iu the good work by devoting bis
entire time to tho most important, details. Entering the main entrance of
the
AGRICTLTUHAL BUILDINGS,
your representative was at once struck
with the busy preparations, visible on
all sides, for the coming provincial
exhibition. Tbe carpenters, of which
there seemed to bo a score, were as
busy as active men could be, making
tables, benches, shelves and stands
for tho proper reception of tbo exhibits; gas titters were laying pipes, making joints and hanging lights, of whioh
there will bo 120 separate ones; and the
decorations, which have been entrusted to Mr. Peter Latham, wore being
festooned round the pillars, walls and
railings. Telephone and telegraph appliances wero alio being put in to connect the buildings and grounds with
tbe city. All was confusion, but
method reigned for all that, and it was
only to the inexperienced eye tbat
matters seemed confounded. Over
the large rotunda the gas titters were
putting into place handsomely curved
pipes, from which the largest chandelier will bo suipended. The style of
this ornament is unique, and when it
is decorated with various trappings it
will be a handsome addition to the
other embellishments of the building.
The decorations consist of evergreens,
beautiful autumn leaven, flags, banners, etc. The artistic manner in
which the evergreens and rich colored
leaves are being blended shows good
taste and a correct idea of tho proper
lines of beauty. Tho building is an
imposing and handsome structure, the
design of Mr. G. W. Grant, the architect. Tlie plans show a building in
the form of a Greek cross, having 4
wings of equal length, the center surmounted with a very fine tower aud
dome Bhaped roof, while the termination of the wings have comer turrets
and balconies. Tho portion at present
erected is tho centre dome and the
south and west wingB. This gives
from the eity side tho appearanco of a
fully completed structure. The building is two stories high, eaoh floor having a superficial area of 7,500 feot.
The main entrances are in the centre
of thn wings. On the right of tho entrance aro the offices, waiting rooms,
lavatory, etc.; on the left, wide, easy
stairs lend to the second floor; the
second floor has similar rooms, for
committees, lavatory, etc. Undor the
centre dome is a large circular opening
with a gallery around, giving a fine
effect and an excellent view of tbe interior. Tho whole building is well
lighted, for, in addition to tho wall
windows, the clear story windows light
the center. Between tho corner turrets and over eaoh entrance is a large
balcony that commands a magnificent
view of the grounds, as well as the
oity and river. On the first floor and
immediately under the centre dome
the band stand in situated, and from
here sweot music will be discoursed on
each day of the exhibition. The
building rests on solid briok and stone
piers, is strong and substantial and its
whole construction reflects groat credit
on the contractor, Mr. T. Ackerman.
Tho rnaohinory annex is an open shed
100x46 feet, whioh is reserved for the
exhibition of machinery of all descriptions, vehicles, etc. It is situated
elose to the buildings just inside the
stock yard fence, nnd consequently
convenient to all,
THE ATHLBTIO G80UNDS
and race track He in front of the main
entrance. The race track is Half a
mile in length and 66 feet in width—
the widest in the province. It
is also a better racing track than
any in the province, as it is not
level throughout, and presents good
opportunities to test t-oth staying
powers of tho horso and horsemanship
of the riders. The starting and finishing pointi are directly in front of the
main entrance, and the grounds are
so spacious and well arranged that
many thousand people can obtain an
excellent view of the ruceti. Inside
the race course aro the athletis grounds
10 acres in extent, and lt-vc-1 for the
most part as n billiard tible. They
are tho largest grounds in the province
devoted to athletic sports, and among
tbo largest on the continent. If desired, cricket, baseball, lacrosse, foot*
ball and tennis matches could be played at tho same time, without interfering with the other, and e - well are tho
grounds arranged that persons occupying the ground stand. Oould watch
the progressing of ono or all of these
games without diUiculty. The grand
stand is being erected on the weat
sido of the race track, direct-facing
the athletic grounds. It will bo capable of holding soveral thousand people, aud will be no strongly constructed as to givo perfect security against accident in tbe shape of a break-down.
Northeast of tho race truck, nnd twenty feet from thu ntockyarda fenco, a
strip of ground 300 feot long hns been
set aside for refreshment booths,
shops, sidehouses etc.; no booths will
bB allowed on any other portion of
the grounds.   -
THE  STOCKYARDS*
and stables arc just aB well worthy of
praise as any other matter in  connection with tho enterprise.    Entering
lho guto in rear of  the agricultural
buildings a  5*acre square, bordored
on all Bides with, stables, stalls, pens,
coops and sheda, having a total frontage of 1,500 feet, strikes the  eye at
onoe aa perfect in  arraiige;-!i-nt.-   Tho
stables contain 80 separate kebed box
Balls for horses and thorougaU:d
cattle; pens for 100 sheep; stys for
100 hogs; coops sufficient to accomodate 500 fowls and closed sheds large
enough to accomodate 200 dairy cows,
young cattle and calves.   The whole
arrangement of these sheds and stalls
are perfect, even down to bedding, two
teams boing   cconstantly    employed
hauling sawdust from the mills for
this purpose-  A tine well, containing
a large supply of pure and sweet water
is conveniently situated close to the
yards.   The  chicken coops are the
most complete of their kind on the
coast.   The front is made of wire netting, large in the mesh, giving the in-'.
tenor of the coop plenty of light and
doing away with the unBigbtlincss of
slatted boxes.   Each coop is provided
with a padlock and key, of which the
exhibitor will have control.   Tho entrance to the stockyards is from Montreal street.
Over 100 men aro now employed
giving the buildings, stockyards, athletic grounds and raco course their finishing touches and by Saturday uight
every particular of tho work is expect*
ed to be complete and in readiness
for the exhibition and celebration next
week. The large 2 ton roller will be
kopt nt work till the last moment in
order to get the newly prepared
ground into the best possible condition.
The completeness of every detail in
connection with both buiking and
grounds ia something tho people of
the royal city have reason to be proud
of, and the farmers of tho district are
sure to appreciate tbe efforts thnt
bave boen put forth on their behalf.
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS.
The death of Prince Monaco in onus*
ing nnxiety in London as to tbe future
of Monte Carlo.
Forty-eight dead have been taken
from the Quebec landslide. Work
Btill going on vigorously.
George Francis Train was arrested
this morning at Boston, Mass., for
debt amounting to $1000.
There was a dynamite explosion at
Peterhoff station which was intended
for the czar, but he missed it by a few
minutes.
G. F. Train refused the assistance
of counsel when arraigned for debt in
Boston to-day. He was committed to
the county jail,
Charles Sleiohetz murdered his employer, Sol. E. Felch, at Marinette,
Wis,, to-day, and narrowly escaped
lynching by the mob.
A desperate, but futile attempt was
mado this morning to wreck a passenger train on the Wisconsin Central
line.   No clue to the wretches.
An ex-employee of the Austrian
army has been arrested in Hoboken,
N. J., for having stolon 83,030,000
guilder of war department money.
A brave engineer on the Lackawanna and Lake Shore Road, N. Y., aaved
many lives at the loss of his own, by
holding on to the throttle of his engine.
A disreputable house was burned
early this morning at Odgen, Utah,
damages $17,009; insurance about
half, Said to be the work of a female
incendiary organization.
Verdict of the coroner's jury on the
last Whitechapel victim: "came to her
death by the hand of some person or
persons unknown. Identity cf the
woman is still a mystery; this murder
is even more mysterious than any of
its predecessors.
The international American congress
met this morning in New York, Dele*
gates were present from all tho statei
of South and Central Amerioa. Senor
Zelapa, of Honduras, said the people ot
his country are very enthusiastic over
tbe subject of closer relations with
the United States. They wanted principally the mines of Honduras developed. The delegates will leavo for
Washington in a few days.
CORRESPONDENCE.
Help m lhe show, Bsya.
Editor Columbian:— Kindly permit
me, through your columns, to request
somo of tbe young men of tlie city to
turn out and cut a fow wagon loads of
vine maples, which we need toutoli
decorating the exhibition building, Nothing makes a finer appearance than tne
beautiful autumn-tinted vine maple. All
our men aro too busy grading and
straightening out tho grounds to be
sp-ired for thia work, I ahall send teams
to haul it the boys will cut and gather
the bushes in piles,
Thomas Cunningham,
Chairman Park Committee,
The big arbitration suit of the 0. P.
R. vs. Queen, which hss been nnder
consideration at Osgood© Hall during
the paat three days has adjourned to
meet at Ottawa on January 2d.
Children Cryfor Pitchu'sCtttorte iU&V BRITISH: OOLUMBIAN, .NfcW WfiSTMINSTIfiK, B. 0., SEPTEMBER U, 1889.
THE
DAILY   COLUMBIAN
I'OULISUHD
Every AfUrnoon except elundar,
BY TUK
XM3<T2XJQJ3^2-      BSOXHEBS,
At tbelr Steam   Printing Eatabllsli-
raent, Columbln Slrent.
Por I months II 25
For a month „ , 3 00
DELIVERED IN THE OITY;
For 12 montha S7 SO
Fur fl montbs -1 00
For .1 months 2 2.
per montb    7.1
per week      25
Payment In nil canes (except ior weekly
rate) to he made In advance.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
Utmeil every Wf-Incs'lay Hf-riilng.
MnU<*'1, neryeitr 2.00
Moiled, ti monthi*  1.25
§ mis friiish -iultimtmm
Tuci-iIbj Even I lit*. f-H-'il. 84, 1889.
In making somo suggestions re
exhibition matters-, u few days ago,
we urged that the lieu tenant-go v*
omor should bo requested ti» declare
tho days of tho exhibition public
holidays. We wonld ropeafc the suggestion, and truat thnt some action
may be taken to thnt end without
delay, as the time ia short. IE three
days cannot be obtained, the last
two days nt least Bhould bo proclaimed holidays. On the occasion
of tho Queen's Birthday celebration
this year at Victoria, it will be remembered, two additional days were
declared publio holidays by tho
lieutenant-governor, nud bis honor
would no doubt bo pleased to do tho
like gracious thing in the present
im-tanoe. By making the clays of
tho exhibition public holidays not
on !y would n, considerable aid be
given to the success of the whole
nfi ur, but a boon would be conferred
up >n many in tho principal cities of
the provinco who would not other-
wi .e bo able to attend tho exhibition
and celebration at this oity, which
co:abinod will be ono of the grandest and most enjoyable events of the
yc.tr. By all means, let the exhibition days be made dies non.
Inspector Byrnes, tho celebrated
bend of the detective force in New
Ynrk, has been interviewed by the
correspondent of nn English journal,
nml his views of newspaper report-
ers are worthy of note. Snid tho
inspector: "We recognize that newspaper men have a duty to discharge,
and wo help them. Every New
York newspaper keeps ft reporter at
police headquarters day and night,
1 nm n center through which a great
deal of news filters, and I consider
it my duty to communicate tliat
news to tbe press." Being asked
if publicity did not defeat the ends
of justice, ho replied : "Sometime.1'
it does and sometimes it doesn't, If
I hnve something which 1 think in-
advisnblo in the interests of justice
to publish, and if any of these re
porters around here get hold of it,
why I just go to them and ask them
uot to publish it. And they don't,
until the case is ripe. We have
great difiiculty in keeping tilings
from leaking out, but I always find
the reporters rendy to keep back
anything that I desire, On the
other hand, if I hear that some ot
the reporters liavo got hold of information which the others haven't, J
havo got up out of bed to supply
tlifui rather than that tbey should
get left. We supply them all alike.
Thi- Newspaper men are an excellent
set of fellows, and we are on very
goul terms with them." Indiscriminate spcrecy and withholding of
detiila from tho public, often an
oth t name for official sheer stupid, ty, is evidently not one of In-
speetor Byrnes' guiding principles.
It would appear that whero brains
and intelligence direct detective
operations, publicity as a genoral
thing is not injurious to the tracking down of crime.
The annual provincial exhibition
of Ontario makes its oxit thia year
from tho stage of events. Commenting on tho demise of this time
honored and long useful institution,
the Mail says: "It seems to be understood that tho provincial fair will
be held no more, and that tho grant
towards the show will be devoted to
somo other purpose. Mr. Rykert,
tho president, thinks the exhibition
is succumbing to tho opposition of
rival shows, as, for example, that of
the Western Fair- Association of
London nnd that of the Industrial
Association of Toronto. But this is
hardly a correct statement of tho
caso. Years ago tbo various cities
used to vie with each oilier for the
privilege and profit of having the
provincial in their midst. All could
not liavo it tho same year; so local
fairs wero established to tako tho
place of the provincial when the
provincial went to other localities.
This was not unreasonable. London
could not deprive itself of a fair
simply because the provincial Was
held in another, and perhaps a distant city. It was not antagonism,
but necessity, that brought the local
shows into existence. If the usefulness of Ihe provincial is gono it is
not because of rivalry, but because
its children have grown to manhood.
Tbe provincial will not bo dropped
without a feeling of regret. It has
dono some fine work, and has distributed somo 8100,000 in prizes."
A radical change, it seems to be
generally anticipated, is impending
with respect to our annual provincial agricultural and industrial exhibition. Heretofore it has been the
practice to have this show held alternately in tho various principal
cities of the province. This bas
militated against its success in the
past, and, for obvious reasons, must
do so still more in the future. Tho
cities which would lay claim to having "their turn" are increasing in
the proyinoe, nnd no city can afford
to provide proper facilities for, or
take an ndequnte . interest in, nn
exhibition that would come round
only every third, fourth or fifth
year. Some important change must,
be mado in tho matter, and it will
bo made at the annual meeting of
tho association, in this city, next
week.
NOTES AND COMMENTS,
There must be some mistake, remarks an exchange, about tho dignified und impressive functions which
thefc-lmh of Persia went through
while iu England. To judge by the
nee-Wits, he bore himself in Great
Urit-Jin liko any other tuonarcli.
But a very different kind of shall
has turned up in Vienna. Thero
his mi-jet-ty of Persia lias been having what in popularly known as a
good time. The London Times*
Austrian correspondent thus do*
■orlbea it: "At a court dinner
tho sliuh omits to give his arm to
an tn.bducliess who is acting as
his hostess, and i-lie has to run after
him At another court function,
whf i*o tho emperor wns waiting for
him, hu arrives, without concern,
mom than a quarter of tin hour
late. At the geological gardens ho
borrows u stick to goad tho animals
and innku tht-m savage. At some
public baths he and his valet piny
pmoks with the wottr-cooks and
Hood tlm biith-rcom. In another
plnoe, having wetted his hands,
iiis'innjesty wipes them on tho cont
tails of the ni'urebt gentleman present The sliuh goes to buy a pair of
specta'.-los, but e.innot troublo him
wit to enter tl.o shop, and orders
that the goods shnll be brought out
to bis carriage. It nover occurs to
him that the street traffic is instantly
blocked up by tlie crowd which as-
BOmbles to see bim try on tho glasses;
and bo yesterday evening, again,
whon lie wont to sup with tho Persian minister, Neriman Khan, it
never entered his mind that he
ought to tike notico of the guest3
who hnd been invited to meet him.
He and little Aziz, hia favorito,
supped alone together iu a small
' boudoir, and whon tboy had eaten
enough thoy wont away."
Job printing of all kinda neatly done
it tha Columbian offico, Prioen will bo
found as low as at any other office in
t|ii' province —Arte
The C. P. R. intend placing tlio
British Columbian exhibit at the
Toronto exhibition in a ear and
sending it to different points iu Ontario and tbe East. Tin's will be a
matter for congratulation, as it will
bring tho capabilities of this province prominently before the p.?oplo
of tbo cast.
Says an exchange: Did you ever
ask n man tho timo just aftor he had
inspected his watch and put it in his
pocket 1 If so, did you ever receive
an answer beforo hn pulled his
watoh out and took another look at
iU Just why it is that this is dono
would be difficult to explain, but if
you will ask your friend to tell you
the time the next timo you observe
him scrutinize his watch and snap
the lid, you will find thnt ho will
take another look at Lho dial beforo
giving an answer.
Sreat Attraction for Exhibition Week
Miss Peebles
WILL HOLD A
BAZAAR md ¥A\
■I   tr *-*s>iaHfl
2nd, 3rd mill 4th of October.
I-jtsT HES __?X03%S__CS___-S oa. COT-,t_T____-_aX-&. ST.
The storis svill lie illuminated ss'itli Chinese Lanterns ami throsvss open to the
public fi'ons S:II0 a. sss. till 11 p. sss. The store hiss beess oulargssd assd is siosv 70 feet
loiij-. Ass ORCHIiSTllONE asul other valuable articles svill be sold by Dutch
Auction at the close of tho Bazaar.
MOTE THE ADBHESSl-UuIiiK'Isi'i Street, opposite tlio
Html; ol' Montreal. sc3il'vlm
(.<■
iliMLili'
iilliriclEil
We have the Largest and Finest Stuck ok
CARRIAGES, PHAETONS, HARDY MARKET & CHUROH WAGONS
111 THE MARKET. ML 01)11 RICS AHE fULLY BUARANTEED.
Ilcisaiis of ail kinds neatly nml proiiiplly done.
F. G. STRiCiaAfilD & CO.
Be3slsy Wcbstes'-fl Bnlltliug, Westminster, B. C.
Coiner Columbia and Blaclde Streets,
Ol'l'. C. P. E. STA1 ION,
i Mm d Provision Merchant
ISSICBOTED
Teaa, Coffees, Spices, Butter, Eggs, Cheese,
Dried Meats, Canned Goods, Fruits
and Confectionery.
slnissOtn
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[SUCCE830E TO D. Mcl'IlADKN]
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OP FIRST-CLASS
"B   *8**A °      •
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Goii'ces Rousted and Ground r,n tin Promises,   Fino Teas a;Specialty,
-COLUMBIA STREET-
iHU'iTIKI
l«I! HIT liMH
■.!!$?lJjMl VI
Columbia Sfreet, Xow Westminster.
A divorce was granted in Detroit
last year within forty-eight hours
aftertho first papers in tbe ease bnd
been tiled. Tliis wna thought to be
quick work even for the United
States, but Chicago has just established anew record. On Thursday
last a bill for divorce was tiled in
the office of the clerk of the Cook
county circuit court, nnd ten minutes thereafter the decree was grant
ed by the judge in the court-room
upstairs, whero the defendant was
served. Chicago has thus given another proof of tho justice of its
claim to be considered n fust city.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'iCastoria
Judical fallibility was displayed
nt the Kingston fair, where the
prizes for babies were not n'varded
according to tlio wishes and ideas
oi' merit entertained by tho parents
who did not win, The contest is 'o
be icpcitcd * but certainly with no
no nioto satisfactory rosulis, for
mothers will happily nevor admit
that somebody else's darling is better than their own, Tbe clergyman
who denounces baby shows as low
and deplorable is right. An infant
should not bo oxhibited for a prize.
It really stands higher as ft living
creature than a calf or a young pig.
—--Eto,
One evening last week in discuss-
Mr. Joseph Ohamberlnn's position
in English politics wo hazarded tho
opinion that his star hnd sot, -tnd
that nevor again would ho possess
tbo influence* lie onco held.. In the
same editorial wc spoko hopefully of
tbo Marquis of ilnrtington, believing that his Liberalism was sound at
bottom, if a trifio lethargic. Tho
following taken from a strong Unionist organ just at hand bcares out the
opinion then expressed. The Weekly
Times and Echo says, in summing
up tbo session just closed : "Lord
Uartington is as honest as ever, and
J think just tho least bit more inclined to mako concessions to Ireland than Inst year. Mr. Chamber*
lain has lost rather tlian gained during tho session. But one looked for
consistency from tho chosen of Birmingham, and found—woll, a screw
loose for once, I think. I hardly
fancy this session has made Mr,
Chamberlain's reversion oftho leadership of tlio Uuited Liberal party
more of a certainty."
The new morning pnpor nt Nuw
WestminBter is enterprising in ono
respect at least, it has enlisted in ita
servico all the cranks in tbe country
who writo it such silly letters as to
bnd one to suppema thnt thoy nro bunded over to tho "devil" for criticism as to tho wisdom of milking them public. It is not nt nil
improbable, howover, that tho authors
of these communications inutgino they
are awfully witty nnd quite too clever
for anything. They are trash.—World,
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Tliis Leadis known
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best, finest and pur-
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lO olilv il ol' II .S's'issi silfl, si-i'll I'l'ik.'is
nil.I In ;,'(,otlciMS(IIIIOIS. Will uOSOl'l i'liCB|)
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BrownsvlllB,
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THOSE   WISHING
FREE-HAND
Clrayon, Water Color or Pastel
PORTRAITS
[For Christmas]
Bhould Leave tholr OrttorsJilarly with
I^iss Linnie Lewis
Ordors falcon (luring Mio Exhibition at
tlHiKxIiliiill'mltnllilihj*.
instruction in Drawlugnhd Fainting nt
Hiti'iin-coi;. Royal avk. a maiiySt,
uwso21ml
In (lie Sni>i'cmc Court of ISrU-
Ish Columbia.
HlTWIiKN
JOSEPH HtlOWN, Plaintiff,
AND
T. IS. MARTIN, Defendant.
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT
nn Onlur Inih bnoii mndo In tlm
iili(ivi--iii('iillmiiiil net Inn bciiritiR datetlio
171 li fliivnf Hepleinher, liiHiiini.wl>-*n-l».v It.
win '-nlnni'l tlmt. Nf-rvli-o of llio Writ of
Summons herein nml snld Ordor upou
T.J.Tmpp, Ksqulro, and Uio mailing Of
ctple.-i of lhe munn by preimlil InMnrail-
•1|--'sh-'(I tn (In-jiiiovc-niuii'T-il ili'fi'iidiUit. lit
lles-hm, N.W. 'I',, imd tlm Inner! Ion of thlH
iKitlwlii Tin-: Kiiitihii Coi.irjintAwnnwK-
I'HpiT fm- one iri'intli.wliniml bn Rood and
'■ulMcli-nt KiTvlneof IImi Will of KnmiiioiiH
li'-ivln-tuul thnt In defnnll of niipenninee
llieplalnlt/1 may procifGrl hn If poruonn 1
i-i'Tvl-n' Imd lieen ellefleil. And It wni fnr-
lln'i- ordered that lho unlil defeinhinl,
xlioiilil nppoiir to the mild writ wllhln
llirou inonth.i tifl.er»ii';li hri-vIco,
Dltleil isth dny orS('i)t(!i]ili(>r, a. V. I'JSd.
CUUBOULl'. MpOOLli A JENNS,
diiuininl Solicitors for tho l'lulntliT,
WANTED.
NAMES (11** FAMILIR9 WHO CAN
glvo slecplm* iieiM-iiiiioilnlion to
visitors dni-lir;: cxli-lj|tl(i!i Mei'lt. Jfinul
to imih-rslgHL-d milno, r-.,.-*l(Ktn,i'l rh:iiL'<-i,
and number will neeomnniiliile, whetlier
married couple:', or Indlos or men only.
B.H.CURTIH,
(IhoISIo Fi'i* Committoe.
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STBWART-^CASH, PROPRIETORS
J. J. WILSON, - HAIIACtn.
Kates, lM.«»iiii*l $1.50in»-»»},
ACCOIISSINO TOSIOO.SS.
SPECIAL RATES BYTHEWEEK OD MOHTH.
ltf Pissllos siipiillcil wills nil kinds ol
ICK-OHEAM. ilsnylmO
Eligible Lots
Corner Park Lane &
Pelham Street,
Adjoining tho now rosldonoo of 11, V.
E.lmo-idt', Esq,
FINEST RESIDENTIAL LOTS
IN THIS CITY.
BEAUTIFUL    SITUATION.
TliL'HO lot-H wilt ho Hold on easy lermn,
For particular.* npply on tho grouiulH on
or nflor MONDAY, 23rd Sopt.      d-jcluk-
VOLTJME Vtt-NO. 7t
. I Agricultural Association Exhibition
 TO DR HELD AT	
NEW WESTMINSTER CITY,
October Snd, 3rd and 4th, 1889,
DIVISION A.
Classes 9, IS, 27 assd 80.   Tlso prize is inoretsseil to	
DIVISION C.
OISASS. OXFORD DOWNS.
17 Best Ham one yens- olil nsul iipss'ords -.
18 "       "   Lamb	
19 "   Pen ol .1 J''sves one year olil nnd uini'iss'ds	
20 "    " nf 3 Kis'e Lambs	
SHEEP-MERINO.
21 Best Ram one year old and upsvards	
    Lamb.
$39 09
Pon nf :l Kss'cs one yenr old and upss-ards...
" of 3\.wo Lambs	
1st
.519 00
. 6 09
.'.   7 09
..  r, oo
.. 19 00
.. li 00
.. 7 09
.. fs 00
DIVISION D.
ouss. SUFFOLK. ist
IS Host floar one year old and npssisi'ds §10 00
19    "    lis-Cfilsssg Bosv in farro'.v nt tlio meeting or that lia- ' eon
svitlsin six montbs '    7 eg
29   "   Pen of tsvo Sows, of tbo samo litter, under 12 months.....   r, 09
21    "   Boar snider ono year old.    5 00
DIVISION E.
cuss. ORNAMENTAL FOWLS. 1st
75 Hest pair Pea Fosvls S 8 00 .
7G   "     "   Guinea Fosvls    _, 00
77   "    "  English Plsoasassts    | 00
Mongolian Pheasant!!     1 Q0
79
On page
"   Whito Turkeys, not to lie esstcrctl for any othor ps'i
-ago 53 in Prize List, amongst Speoial Prinoa, IT. M.
lOngst Spcoiit
■DIVISION L.
CUT FLOWERS.
2 00
2nd
S3 00
8 00
5 00
4 09
5 00
3 09
S 09
4 00
2nd
83 00
4 00
3 00
3 00
2nd
S2 00
1 00
50
50
1 00
. Ciimiiugliam k Co.
cuss. CUT FLOWERS. 1st
58 llcst . Roses    § 1 qq
50 "   Collection of Dahlias  , '.' 100
(10   "   Bridal Bouquet  , qo
Gl   "   Wroath or Cross  1 00
02 Best Six Rex Begonia!;   j 00
08   "   Water Color, floral  2 00
04 "      "       "    Lassdscapo or Mas'iuo  2 00
05 "       "        "     Still Lifo  2 00
Oil   "       "        "     Portrait  2 00
07 "       "        "     Collection  r, 00
08 "     Oil       "     Floral  2 00
09 "      "        "    Landscape nr Marine  ; 00
70 "       "        "     Still lifo  200
71 "       "        "  'Portrait  2 00
72 "       "        "   Collection  5 00
73 "   Decorative Painting   2 00
74 "   Modeling or Wood Cas's-sng   2 00
75 "   Hand-painted Cliina  2 00
70   "   Iteponsoe or Ilaniniered Brus3 Work  2 00
77-  "   Oil Painting, Children under 15 years  2 00
78 "   Crayon Landscape  o 00
79 "       "     Portrait  2 99
80 "   Collection Cabinet Pisotos (plain)  3 00
51 •' " " "    (colored)  3 00
Under Classes 47 and 111 of this Division tho prize* should l;o si and :
83,81.60 and 53.
cuss. DIVISION N. 1st
11 Best Rick Rack Crochet S 1 09
12 "   Crochet Lnco  ] 00
13 "   Collection Knitted Lace  5 00
14 "   Hossstoii Lace  100
15 "   Pointl.acc  100
10 " -Collection Lace  4 00
17   "   Darned Net  100
IS    "    Applique Work  150
19 "   Ci'css'cl Work  1 00
20 "   OutlincWosk  100
21 "   Rick Rack, Sosvn ,  100
22 "   Cheney Work, hand-made  1 00
23 "   Crazy' Work  I 00
24 "   Braiding on Wool  100
25 "        "      "   Cotton ,  100
26 "   Historic Picture, rai-o.l wool svosk  3 00
ouss.
33 Best Bunch Sasvn Shingles..
34 "      "     Shaved Shingles
DIVISION P.
1st
2 00
2 00
1st
2 Oil
2 00
CUSS, DIVISION i».
■I Host Ariiaoisio Work   ( Not oonipctiiig'foi'isuy oilier )..
5   "   Cllliuillo Work   I        class in lllis Division.        f..
Class No. I isltored lo read S3 Hid S3.
I'l.sss. DIVISION T. 1st
7 Best Carriage Afghan 8 1 99
SPECIAL PRIZES. 1st
Ceo. D. Brynmcr-Bcst Collection Bottled Fruit and Jellies § 7 09
Kennedy Bros—Best Collection of Grliill grosvn ill llio Province by
Exhibitor, 1st prize, £10 ci:.h and tiic Daily Columbian for ono
year; 2nd prize, So oasli and ihe Daily Columiia,, for one year
(Daily Columbian, 88)  IS 90
I'. Peebles—Be.'.. Brohll by lady nol* competing Tor other prize, one
Dominion Wire Mattress, value    7 60
SI 00
I 00
1 00
1 00
3 00
1 00
1 00
I 00
1 90
3 00
1 00
1 00
1 09
1 1)0
1 99
1 00
1 00
1 60
1 50
3, not
2nd
S   50
50
3 00
50
60
2 00
50
75
69
60
60
60
50
60
50
2 00
2nd
SI 00
1 00
2nd
Si oil
100
83 00
•. v-v*:; __xx€_fsst r-ytziicKi
DRESSMAKING
it sriss .t.:-.\i..<;rS,
iflMiESM,
■*^rb*K*k:s.
Columbia mid C Ii ti reli. Streets.
Ales.
I'ROI'iaHTOR.
CROSS & POINGDESTRE,
Wholesale mul llolnll
TOBACOO MISTS
CHOlOi: BUANUBOF
IMPORTED   CIGARS,
Finest Olgaroltes,
I'miey Iiispnit.il PIPITS, POHOBB8, OI-
uAHK'rri' (.'asi:s, dtc.
Choice Smoking Tobacco
TluiiiipK'iii'sniil Plinlo fl'illery,
COLUMBIA STREET    „, NEW WESTMINSTER.
seSiIle
Plants for Sale!
 -AT TUB	
Douglas Stet Nursery.
OttDlBItfl TAKEN FOR FBDIT AND
(HtXAMKNTU, TKMliM,   Imjllt'llua
till Uio lending vnflRtlcu of
Apples, l'cars, rinms, €licri*lcSj
 AX-SO '
SHALL nil li fi of oVcry dosorlpl Ion.
HiHl'llir'H, IVri'lllllH lllld *'riWM*.-4 iniiilr
tobnlvn
.UhviipJiyl P. LATHAM.
vLv! w X .Xw*!^!-.
"IIR
.   fli
IttlBY tiiVM NOTTCF. THATslxlv
] iln,\*H nflor tlitln 1 tiili-n I toinnko
c:i(ioii io ihoChlflf CommlsBlonorof
Miml Works for ponnlssinn to |inr-
ibo following tractor paroplofland,
iHlnnd In yo-yWostinlnsloi'DUlrlcl
ofTjutlOllMcNHl"*** mnclinl in tho
r »lvor, oouUilnlHg flvo ['_} nores,
HENRY K, IIAULOOK.
iifr'a f,:iii(lli!'„', Bopti 12,1830,      (12m
Mice 01 M0T<
M,A.J[cEAI5
MERCH. NT TAILOR
leninvfitl to Btoro in
ARMSTEOl'S new BLOOK
Opposite Masonlo Building,
COLUMBIA  STREET.
SOLICJTINCI  A CONTINUANCE OF
PUBLIC PATRONAGE.
.Iivnil-No
Corbett «& Kennedy,
TINjCOPPER&SilEET-IROH
"VT" Jl 33 Tl.
WEBHITII'S IIMK'K (t*P4TAtltfl)|
Fkont Strkkt,      Nkw WbstminsiIcr,
HAVING   .TUHT   Ol'flNBI)   IN TIIE
nljov" lln«', WiTcsiii-nlfnlly KOllr-ll ti I
shtiro "f tli" iniut\ (mil It-list, livnmiful i
h; million I" Ol-ilfl'H 1111(1   Ilk. I«;nil-i-lllll:;iv   '
in utorll. Mil* Hiinii). KxpcrloiK-cd -voile i
mnn; H«ll»f;n'tloii mmmtiiflcd.
I'>tlintil«^funil'ili(:df.>i-tiiilvii!i!K«d hon '
(Inrnfco, ItoolliiL', I'ltinililntr, aiis-l)ttlii(,', '■
Btonm nnd Hot Wtilcr Hr-nUnic, Ae, ■
■HPEiiiriuioo tojimmlHfH on Mary fit
lu roar ot Bank ot R. O. tlwmligto
Farmers, Attention!
THE ll.S'llKKSiaSED HAS
FOR  SALE
niSili•**;."•?*, B. €.
Ill I'lll'llt WilgOHS.
IS Uiul, Usuii-sl-i.
I Sisnsi well iiisili'lii'il l-jcai- old
lllii.k llsis-i"!.
!! Sin.1 li' Driving Horses.
(I (jows nml (.'alves,
IO Henri Steers,
l fa-oiling Witgoji.
t-T A Pull Lino of Cooliiug Stoves,
Heatili'j Sieves, Tinsvnre, Ifardsvnre,
Groceries, Ury Goods, Notions, Crock-
cry fc Stoliosvaro, Clotlsing, Hat. & Caps,
Drugs, Farm Iinplonicnts, House l*uns-
isliings, I'-illilltnro, and tho Lar-jcst Li!io
of Moots anil Shoes nhovo Westminster
and tlto most Complote Stools of General
Mi'ieiiandlse.
COMR   ANIl   HXASUNU   ANT) HE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS.
JyloilisTSisi
">ws-ie?si**sss«s,s %__?, .-_,     -**©;
-FOR-
Bap Cooking Stoves I Ranges!
DON'T FOKGET THE ADDRTfSSi
11'*!:: J, tz± Sts,, tew, Umklt Niw Westminster
•j*-*-*-***-****-*1 aisc*- o 3;^    -**S? *0 •■^^y^-^iSsSi.
SAMUEL i^ELLARD,   -  CHILLIWHACK,
Whom \ ■ have appointed our sole agent for our' celebrated
ioves in i. ui .:. Mr, Mellaril will supply our Stow lit
'   \\    lm   iter prices. dwnop I
THI'H SSl'.'.OM HISLONOS 'I'O
H„ T„ RE^D & €
UAIlT)\V/VltE tflSHOHANTi*.
JUST RECEIVED,
A  (JAK-ii©,4!> OF
Ml, Rice Coil-spring iMclaughlan
'.-ss mj sua- (bs :k "Bra !*-*«?
 .-Y*:,!3i.s	
DUPLEX, MANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
■Democrat aid Express Wagons!
._." The Bo it and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.%.'}
GUU
Front Street, New -Westminstor.
lewffeskinsterSillsfoolen floods
EXTRA FAEIILY BL.AE9KET8,
FLANNELS,' WORSTEDS &all MMsof f oolon Goods
<.Jli;AD.Y"i!l IBID €Ij«TL'»a»«..
md which keeps the M
111 Mills.   Patroniisll
Industi'y.
aO-TAL CITY
RSCHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER,
MASlri"AOrtJBKH8 AND TKALKUS IU
oiMiMMwbini'm
Sliihgles, Shakes, L.iths, Pickets,
SAUOH BOXES, IET FLOATS, TRAYS,
•A.JS1I*  -!-._-,-__, KIKlia  OI'
Wood Furnishlug for danaerioa.
Doors.   Fi-nmcs,   U'9ii<l*>*,v.*i.
illoHl-li-iS'fi. Italii^tevs.
BliU'h- BrncKetN-
E in i lings, Newels,
PLAifi ANO FANGY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
Vancouver Cily Foundry I Machine Works Co.
Engineers, Boiler Maters, and Iron and Brass Founders
HAVING IIKEA'tTA' INCREASED THEIR I'KHMISES AND MACHO*,
(try. ni'o in 11 noBltiosl tn ssss'lfi-tislsss tlso rnii-'ts'ssctifss mill ropnirs uf *II|lvltie
"ml Wii'ilisiiiir.v E;ii'-iiii'.i;iii:l i:,iii,'i's millliiir. llliiliis mill raimcry
.IIll<'l;il".ci'.V, ns WOll na CastlllKll nml Fol'ithl'is ol mnry slcsorlptioll.
Kslliiiules liivcn I  nil work Kiiiimutccd.
D. CARTMEL, A. MoKELVIE,
itomiAi. Ma-iaiikii. slsvjU7to .Mssciiasioai. Makaqeb, YOLUllE VHr-NO. 73.
DAILY BRmsa OOLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SEPTEMBER 24, 1889.
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ft       A  WORD  ABOUT   BOYS.
b'Tho Need of Good nnd ThorouRh Bualiieaa
\ or ProfoaHioual Trafuiiis.'
' Iii the existing stato of socioty. with licou
A comnatition In evory department of buBi-
Inebs, and scores of woll-^uippod men
i toady to snap up every vacant position that
j ,,js worth any thing, it is a crime for paronts
fi to turn thoir hoys .loose upon tlio world
1 without a trado or a profession.   Tho gam*
i'injj of an honorable livelihood is dii'iicuit
enough with the best preparation, but to
jond a boy ont from tho paternal roof with
[i iiothing but his hands to depend upon is to
; consign him to a life of toil, if not of crlmo.
FJThore aro exception*), but thoy aro fow.
JiGreatness of intellect and moral rectitude
detent to overcomo natural obstacles aro
t no rare as to be scarcely recognized whon
■ ihey appear. Men like Henry Clay, Abraham Lincoln and Henry "Wilson, all poor
hoys who worked their way from tho low-
or.ttotho highest positions in life, can bo
counted on one's lingers without going ovor
them twice.     *
One of the oldest and most capablo husl-
i mss mon in Pittsburgh expressed his views
in regard to training hoya for tho duties of
lilo substantially as follows to a roportor of
lhe Dispatch: "If I had a boy I would no
more think of Bending him from home to
e:u*n hia living without the necessary train-
ii-•/i-i enable hiin to make his way against
tho strong opposition that ho would bo Buro
• to encounter at overy step thnn I would
r think nf flying.  I would considor it a erimo
ii'Misisfc society to do so. What chanco has
■- hoy pot to hold his own in tho iioroo strug-
Rlo foi* oxistonco without skill of aomo kind?
Xnno nt all, Tho most ho can hopo for is a
lowly station and a career of drudgery at
.manual labor of tho roughest kind, Ho
ii'iiyfitm'toutwitbhlghhopea and noble pur-
p03os, but whon ho comes in contact
with actual businoss affairs ho will
poon ilnd that thoy aro too com-
plicated and preciso for his crude ideas
mid methods. Tho result can notbodoubt-
ul. Ho will drift from post to pillar nnd
hittllybrlng up at the bottom of tho laddor,
where he will remain. Ho has beon tried
and found wanting. This Is not his fault;
bo may have dono tho bost ho could; but I!
all cornea from his parent3 neglecting to
give him that training of brain and hand
which in so necessary to success in thia age
of koeu wits nnd sharp competition.
"Business methods haveehanged wonderfully Binco I was a boy. Then it was con*
dueled, forthe most part, in a crude,hap-
Mzardsoi'tof manner. Noarly everything
waa on a small aoalo, requiring no particular training or experience. fcomo peoplo
have tho notion that it is the samo now, but
they nro sadly mistaken. Men who woro
Micecasfulin businesa lifo forty or fifty
years ago could hardly fill a clerkship now.
Business haa boon reduced to a science,
and its manifold complications are as bard
to understand as any other branch of knowledge. A good businesa man ln theso days
Is competent to fill any position, publio or
j private. Moro than eno President has
called men from thostoro or factory to as-
wist in carrying on the Government. I
do not caro how or where n boy is trained,
I so that correct businesa principles nro instilled Into him. Ho may learn theso at
homo, In a storo, factory or workshop; I do
nol. insist that he shall he highly educated in
t hi- learnings of schools, but I do insist tbat
Ik. ijliitll bo thoroughly grounded In some oc-
cn i:;.i ion, trade or profession. A business
hnlf loarnedis riot learned at all. This is
tho causo of bo many jack-of-all-trndos
\v.hlok infest evory community. They know
a lit io of many thinga, but not much of any.
Thoy have to givo way when they come in
competition with bettor trained hands and
brains.
'Tho futuro glory and prospority of this
country rost8 with tho boys. Thoy will in
■', due timo bo called upon to tako the phico3
ot the mon who nro now at tbe hoad
fairs—who aro filling tho offices of tho Stnto
and Nation and conducting tho vailous
business enterprises for which wo are bq
greatly distinguished. How important it is,
then, that theso boys bo brought up so as
to bc competent to discharge thoso great
duties. Thoro la no excuse for neglect iu
I thia matter. Tiio country is lull of public
j schoolBwhorongood education can boob*
[■ tuined without money and without prico.
Evory city, town and vlllago ims its factories, shops and stores whoro aotual bUBi-
. noss can bo learned by tho propor applica-
L tion. Therefore, I say thoro is no excuse
' for parouts allowing tholr boys to go forth
'1 Into tlio world aud tio themselves down to a
flifo of drudgery, which thoy must do If they
! hnvo neither trained minds nor skilled
:i hands*. Tho dangorous classes of socioty
) nro composed of men who, whon boys, left
' homo without knowing htfw to do something. Having no skill nt nny thing, thoy
.' seldom find employment, aud then only
at tho roughest and loaat rontuncraliva
1 work, Tho result is that thoy first becomo
j dissipated aud then criminal. This ptct-
. uro is not overdrawn, it is bomo out by
statistics, and n matter of almost universal
osperlenoo nnd observation. I havo known
many naturally bright boys who, from thia
causo, havo grown up to bo dronoe in society. They failed in competition with mon
better equipped than themselves, became
discouraged, and settled down in poverty
nnd obscurity.
"Theso aro facts whioh paronts should
take home aud seriously ponder. If they
havo boys thoy should seo to it that they
aro brought up to Bomo honorable occupation and not permitted to spend thoir time
- Idleness- in which thero is neither dignity nor profit. It will serve as au anchor
to keep them from drifting with the wind,
unci give thom a fair start in tho raco of
lire. It will not only bo of lasting benefit
lo th:; boys, but will bo a sourco of oomforb
t o llio parents, savo some of them fro m going down to tho gravo with broken hearts,
and bo au element of strength to tho coun ■
•ry which can bo depended upon in timo of
need. Nothing good comes from idleness,
whioh ia tho parent of ovil; but intelligent
industry is always honored and honorable,
To slightly paraphrase tho sacred toxt:
'Train up your boy in tho way ho ahould
i. go, aud whon ho is old ho will not depart
"   from it.'"    u
Tlio .spiil"ir ns ti Traveler.
A dootor desired lo sond a fino specimen
of tho spider tribo to a medical friend who
was exceedingly curious In tho study ol
. such matters. Aa tho readiest means of
transit, lio inchmed It in acoininon wooden
btir- ntid dispatched lho tiny traveler by express. Tlio box, howovor, was too roomy
lor tho spider's wants, and os ho sooined to
[ have disliked the jolting incident to traveling, ho had recourse to a very Ingenious
remedy. Bees evince extraordinary sngnci.
* tylu overcoming difficulties of form and
situation, and spiders, it would appear,
oharo to a groat extent tho samo delicate
••.inl useful tact. Buch at least is tlio Inference wo feel inclined to draw from tiio
following fact: Whon tho spider reached
his destination and tho oonsignco opened
lho box, ho was equally surprised nnd u>
llghleit to find that his insect chargo had
spun for himself a superb hammock,
securely hung from the four corners of his
prison-house, in which he had couched, in
sailor fashion, as softly as he does in hia
nativo lair. i
A Nation's fiyea and Balr.
M. Toplnard has boon making a statistical
inquiry into tho colors of tho oyOB nnd hair
in France, nud from his 180,000 obsorvntiona
ho dcducoB many intonating results, ono of
tho moatcurlous being thatwhoro the raco
ia formed from n mixture of blondes and
brunettes the horodltary blondo coloring
comes out In tho oyos, and tho brunette elo-
mont reappears in tho hair. To thlB tendency, probably, is to bo attributed tho rarity
of n combination of tight hair anddarkoyoa,
Several observers havo assorted that tho
American peoplo, who oro pre-eminently n
mixed raco, nro becoming a dark-haired and
bluc*oyod nation, and If this bo truo, such a
dovelopmont must bo owing to tho working
of tlio law formulated by M. Topiuard,
High Water Pressure.
Franco claims tho honor of utilizing n
hlghnr wator prossuro than that recently
put in operation in tho (Jhollar shaft ou tho
Comstock loda in Novnda. At J'Jngnoud-
two kilometers from tho valloy of Urcaivmi-
dntl, noar Grenoble, n turbine nino feet ton
Inches In dlninotcr wns put in operntirjn
in tho year 1878, utilizing fl hoad of 1,088
foot, Itls still working, ond gives n forco
of 1,800horse-power, with n flow of 800 Utors
of wutor u socond.
"I have used Palne's Ccleiy compound nud ll
lias had a nalutai]
ellect. Jtlnvlgornt,
ed the system audi
p feel liko a new
// man. it Impro70*
tlio appetite and
&. facilitate** dl-jC3-
" \tion." J.T. copjj.
land, Primus, s. 0,
Spring medicine motmsmore now-a-daj-s lima It
did ten yeara ago. Tlio wlnicrol 168S--S9 haslcft
the nerves all fagged out. The nerves muat he
strengthened, tho blood purlfled, liver and
bowels regulated. Pome's Celery Corapound-
f Ac* Spring medicine ofto-dug-doennW thlB,
as nothing elso can. Prescribed by Pligsieiant,
Rtcoviwcndcd by Druggists, Endorsed by Mintetart,
Guaranteed bg tha Baniifaeltirm to bo
Ipring
'In tbo sprlsss ot 1331I svas nil ran ilosvn. I
s-oissd sjctssplntlio morning Willi so Ural 0
teems, nna wns so svcist tliat I coulsl linrilly sol
around. I lsoualstnlmttlc ol Pause's Celery compound, and Woro 1 lsad taken It a svcclc I lelt
vory mucli better. I can cuoetully recommend
It to allsvlso need a lsmidlngupandstrengthen,
lug medicine." Mrs. B. A. Dossr, Burlington, Vt,
Paitie's
Celery Gofmpousid
(a a unlquo tonic and nppetlzor. Pleaoant to
the taste, quick tit Its action, and without iui.v
Injurious' effect, It gives that .rugged hc-altb
ivnlcli makes cvcrytiiln*: latsto ceo.l. J; chit:-
Ivtinensla and kindred disorder;-. j'liy.-.L-l:nif:
prescribe tt. $1.00, Six lor eo.oo. pru-jgists.
. WELia, HicniunsoHfiCo.,   • HIohteeai..
niMunun nVCQ w>r enmmg any com
OlAMOlSU Urtb xrtver nail  Alnayaeurii
UCTATED FOOD K^SS
W. O. LOYE,
H d But U.t,
[tcjmirlt.fi: Nriitly  Done.   Oor"* Hols
Work n Si'coialty*
iwrordors promptly titteudod to,
ClarkaoH St., In rear of Colonial Hotel, next lo Hnnd HroV offlco. dnclln
IT 13 AN UNDBNIADLB FACT THAT
a j*a. :e& ^e" "E3 3ES.' m
Temple of Music!
Is tho riaco to Buy First-OluBs
PIANOS ^ ORGANS
Midi Prices and Tormtia-i will Butt
Any llensoiiablo Buyer.
Vancointi*, IS, i'.
E:.) ntujlingfl Bl. Wesl. dapiqlo
IlpMlKf
[IIimiiveii r-ou Saahibk to VibtohiaI
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, FldW-
er and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, Sc. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
d!S3ls30ssll> viotoiha, i:. e.
ims)
S30."3'j COliilOVA STUKKT,
VANCOUVER.!!.-:'.
Imporlorsaud Donlorsln
Off Al.h DKHCBlTIOyg.
MARINE W0RK~A SPECIALTY.
dwdeMto
Land licerlstry Ordinance, 1870
The S. V.. i of Section IS nnd the N. E.
■j: of Section 7, Township 8, Nuw West*
minster Di.ltict, ami part (1 acre) of
Lot No. 0, Block XII, New Westmin
ster Suburbs.
WIIKREA8 TIIK 0EBTIPIOATES OP
Tltleof L'ltAin.cs McDonough lo
tlienbn*-eiiii-iilloiH'it liiTiilliaiiii'iilHluiv..'
I.i'i'ii Id-il i'i-ilosti-nyi-i!,an.i whereasapiiil-
ciill.ni has lii'C-n inn.l'' so tne fnrllm h.n-
iiiMii.'.ifiMi|iIi.'iiliM.fiVrlilli'ali':HifTilK'lii
Mii-sloadnf thriKe so list nr .Icslmvi d;
NnMci-Im hereby kIvph Unit Mich dtipll-
ealnCurtllh'iiles will 1"'l-i-iieil at tho ex-
iiliMll.ui (i/niid montli from dale, unless
in the nioniiUniii valid objuclinii lo the
euiitnuybeniitdiitoiiie in writing.
t. o. Towm-rcY,
Dialrlcl Registrar.
LaminetilstivOtllee,
New wostminalar, 2-lth AugUflt( 1880.   '
datmml
asroTias.
NOTIC.K lft m.V.V.'r.V GiVK*: THAT
wo havo applied tothoHou.MliiIstor
nf lho fnforlor for Ilcenso lo ent limber
mi the following ln*.ldfti
Coinntoiicinaat ihe norlli-entil corner of
[.nl. :tft;, Orotip 1, New Vi'i'-'lmin-der lii-
Irlfl: llirncc'lne ni.;-l!i to <he-;r>utlillneof
lhe Moodyville t'omiuiny'H limit; llnnee
past alohg the nouth houn'dary of hhIiI
llnillHlo the we-ttevly boundary of Section
],'!, Tnwiislilp 3!.; llience kouHi nlniif* (lie
snld westerly boiriibii'.v io llie i:<i«lh-wi-s!
corner of Seclloii I:!; llience enst nloilgUlO
Miitlli bniindary of snld fteetlou lo Uui
westerly bunk of lho ('DfjUltlani river;
Uieuco southerly mul following Mm wild
westerly bank to the northerly boundary
of i.ni ■i-.'i, tivaxtp i; iiii noo westerly along
tlio Mild northerly li.nnnliiry fntho norlh-
woat corner o( snld lot, thenco duo went to
IhoeiiHlerly lionndio-y ot hot, am; thenc"
norlh nlon;: unlil botnnlary to |iliu-e of
heiilnulni:; contiiliilm: In all f'nhcit«.
AlKO-Clnlin No. '2, eomiiieneliijtittflut
iloilli-WL'ftroriier of Slave I.nke; thenc-i
W08t 8D chains; llience south 80 chains]
thonco enst40ehalns, to theshoreof iho
Inito; llieneefollowliicllic slmn- to plnco
of eonimeneciiK'tit-iihotil. -ISO acres, moro
or 1 CHS.   *
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
[Limited |.
John 1T!*n*iky, Munnger.
Now WeHtmliiKler, Aug. 21,1880.
cl nuSfiml	
-t_TOTxaxi.
'R
OTICR IS HERKRY GIVEN THAT
,., 30 days nflor dale I Intend apMyln«
io tho Chief Commissioner or Lnnds mul
Works for permission to lease tho following described lnnds:
1. Commencing ntn post nn Valdez Tm-
lnml-bn lho nortb side ot tho uitRurveyfld
Hmnnnl, running llience north -ill ehalns;
went 1,0 ehaliiK, to corner of Loamy A-
lvvle'n timber elnlm; Iheiiec west along
Iheirllno 1)11 chaiiin; mhiIU M) elmlnnt lo
shore; thonce following shoro lo point of
commencement.
2, Commencing at ii nost on \ nltloji Island, on tho KOitlli Nldc-of lhe nnsurveyed
channel,npnnsllo n elinnnel known i\.
Hole In lho Wall, ninnln;: thenee Miulh
70 chains; west 2n clmlns; smith i) clmlns;
west UlOnnnin--; north Hi ohalns, to minre;
(hence along Hie slioro In jiolnt. of coni-
meneemoiit. ,    ■
Ji. Cnnimciicliiniil n post .liiehiiliiMeu'it.
of Itidhill Reserve on Uninsay Ann; thence
soiilbrsOcbalns; enst Wl chains; norlh'J')
clmlns; ensl Kllchiilmi: nortii Hiclinlns:
cast mn chains l.orlh .'itehnlns; ives( Ipi
clinlns: soulb tiie'hnins; \vo<l Mchiilii-:
KoiilhLMolinlns; nest Hilcluilns; soulh fill
chains, lo pltlOO of conimencemeiH,
■1, Commencing al post l'i chsilns from
.;nll1il-\vevt eenicrof   posl of   the   *M t.V-
vllle Saw .Mill CoM limits, nt Ihe bend of
\lnbisiiliin Intel; llience south'JO ehnlns;
Wl.sl in cbnlns; south in ehnlns; ,nM Kit
cli'iis; norlh liichnlns; in *t7iiclm Ins; unit li
iiii chnlns; wesl. r, chulns; Miulli •IOcIiiiIiih;
wesl-i"i cbalns, to plnoo ot oiimnieuce-
tnoiit. HENRY V.EDMONDS.
NtwWestmlusler.iriih Aun., 188P.
dau31ml
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FKiSSH  MILK
Delivered Bally In Customers ln till purls
or the Cily.
Hotels and Restaurants supplied ntSi'Q*
oial Hates by tho year.
FitESI^ EGCiS
Deilvi rod ntMni'I'o! Riltcit,
Onlers left   ftt M.   SlKCLAlH's will he
_ Wi.ri VlCIl JSi. WOOI»V\ \BT3j
Oaiiiiliii Paciiic fiaiiway,
PACIFIC  DIVISION.
Gen'! Superintendent's Office.
-    ©AUTlOiln
/, \; >■}■,:-■ AND AlAMTIill9 OP vi>-
II. AIII'.'.ITT.
oeuen.1 Hiipssrintumir,
VmiiKiuv!.", II. C.VIIi Mny, IS-;",   list ;
•fcTO'TXC-E.
NOTItr,  IS HEREBY I1IVEN THAI
80 llnjrs Irons ilnlnss'i liitoissllosippl*
Irs tlso Olslist uosnsnlBBl • "I I.isiiil. um
Worlss loi'-isos'ssslssl"!' t., l,-:.-.,-. r-.s-;,,,i>.,-,-
Ii.t  ->sis-i,us,:s,
Inii'ls BlsunlM
HI I
Nuw vi,■
Commoiielii'f ttt
>+£&iV'.l        ■'■'.■
from ii.-, momli, s
nn •.- '• n rth-w sterlv
from   V/nolrldf-c I
thonco norlh -10 (-1
*lielis\,v,T-! lilcli-.,
liorih '-'is! t,west B0
chs., nortliStichrt,
chs., west (il '-I:'* ,
ehs., soutli 120 chs.,
chs., east 20 nhs- '■'*
south 20ohs,, oast -■
ehs., to plac i of com-
mencement- eoutu
nlug M)i) ncres,more
or less.
ROYAL 01TYP3
,ANIN« MILLS CO.
fLIinltedJ.
- JlEKjiltV, Mnn:ij*(!i*.
.Toil
, Si'jii., oth, 18811.
ds
eil ml
N1
OTICE 19  H13REIJY GIVEN *1 HAT
the partnership hercinfuro subsist-
flrr.* milno of Com	
Merchant TiMlo.-s, hns Ixeii dlssolvci this
dnv by nuiliial eousci.t. All .iccmnls
owing the late firm arc to he puhl lo.L A.
MoDoukhII, mid all claims m-nhist Ihe
snld nun will bo settled by lit in.
T. COMKKFORn,
J, A. McDOUOALL.
NcwVrcst.tA\iK.3I,18S9.
Mr. J. A. McDougall
WILL CONTINUE THK BUSINESS
undor his own name, at lho same
storflj on Columbia streot, next lo F.
I'l-alie's. A eonlhiiianeo of the public
]iatriiuiigol*J respectfully snlicileil. Watls-
kutlon gimranteed, dwscito
Gsa^Sfi^&ss&tlEs.M s
(Alnsnl'.'!'. M.,8op!. 11)
S11 in 11 pricks in hoots ami) :
x SHOES, 1
■OK   ALL  CULTAS STOCK IN %
i HOOTS   k  SHOES. '
&ALL   UKGAl'.l)   KOll   IIIOUB
S I'illCiiS. ^
^*  iM.mr.ti--ttsttftt i>s>.   M
a   b "v n SI -3 a »s« ty _.
? s
H 1000  MEN,  WOMEN k CHIL-j,
■u Dl'.EN, Z%
Si °
fl-To Euy Boots that R Bonis g
-^A. B.'wi8TEfHUTE'Sl
sias of Tin; i'iti-'alo,
dWBCj8LC COLVMlilA STRUCT.
.,.5
NEW SBilBS! HEW eOUBS!
We nro uowublo UimTerthol-argrsland
Fines! Slock of
mnortedTwBBds
i
Worsteds,    Beavers,   Meltons, Fancy Striped Pant--
inr*s, Overcoating**, &c.
JUST AlttUVI'D.
Tho only wny to form any any h*e- or lhe
(■tianltly nnd quality of thosa Oomls
Is to cnll ami look, v.liolhory'.u
want anything or not.   come
nndhosallslled,
BEGGSlTHEAeD,
Loading Merchant  Tailors,
1 Duol' Ws-sl of lllolslnson's lliitalscrSllop,
slnihlji US COI.U.M 111 A STIIEET.
Auction Sale!
I will sell by publlonnotlon.on Hie
21 ami li liisbiit,
AGRICULTURAL GROUNDS,
Chilliwhack,
Some Thu nm uh bred Ilolstelmi, Cows and
Calves, New Milch Cows, Wort* Oxen,
Bejjf Ontiid, two-year-old Diilfy Heifers,
Ono pair of Rlackhnwl' four-year-old
MR** (buggy team), besides other homes
(broken) mul tfol(s [unbroken)-
NEW TOP BUGGY
TWOSHATKIi OAlUOLRi
Two-Wheeled Cat! (now), f-tooond-hnud
IluggyJ Flvo lluckhn-irds, Four Hnln
Wogont*, and lolsof olher nrllcles, loo
numerous lo mention.
A, M. NELSON,
dwselotd Auctioneer
Britisli Oolumbia
1IIIIAL
Tno Aiitliml EjIsIIsIUssii nl llio
l)filisliCo]iiiliai\fi'i"'iill'lk'cialil
Will h_ Holil ill llio Hl-Vr EXHIBITION  lll'ILUlNi:.
..ids.W Q ^,1'ifU
him®
III llio Cily of
NEW WESTIIISTEP,
uutl FEHtoAYi
OCTOBER 2ND, 3RD & 4TH,'89.
For   Exhibition   and   Sports.
In connection with this Exhibition will
bo lho opening of Queen's Park auditn
extensive prbgrnmhio tit SPORTS nnd
GAA'IES, L'ROUFSJ'lON.-j, FIRE-WORKS,
.vc.nnderdlivelbmor tlmCltl7.*/ns'(3oev
mitteo.
■All entries for tbo Exhlblli ;i must b,
made with the Secrothry hut «*o ilooii u
TUESDAY, October 1st.
All Stock and other exhibit.-! from son Mi
of lho river will bo carried across on the
steam ferry, Fitm: ot' ciiAnOK.'nnddrayn
will be found at rallwny trinuoni- and
wharves to convey cJihiMU, n:Ei-:,{o lho
G roun ds,
iSlieclal fU-diicnl Kiitrs will bo given on
nil railways nnd steamers lo persons uui
exhibits coming to the Exhibition.
Asltlsoxpeclod lhe nltouilmicoot this
Bxhibillon will bo very large, ttio Direct
torshopn h. pconn cxlilhHloii worthy of
thorosoniccflol'llio provinco.
Furthor Information maybe hnd from
iho prize lists [w liteh will be sent free on
application], or frum tbo secretary,
T. R. PEARSON,
BKCnETARY.
N i:\v Wbstji i.nsti:i:, Aug, 2!, I?fi0.
ilwr-.uiiiiul
G-*R^."N""D
New Westminster, B. 0.
Hiiriii; I'mviiitiiil ilgriralliral Miiliilimi,
WEOWE80.lt, TIIUESOAY
iiiiii I'BWAy,
OOT, M, 3rd Mm '89
SK BIWSS BANDS in piUNCFs.
Throo Days Spoils!
FO* EPOiiTS AnD EXHIDITIOII.
apoms to consist ok
SlorSO E-^ciiis, Yrifii* R;:d;is7,
rBout iiiiii CaiiSo Biictiig,
AiJiIiittfl Sports,
tiu'i'dssc, Elnsc-lir.il, E'uiis-liiiH,
Hosss Kci'l Contest, (Hill
Rlilu matches.
nxlinis TSIi: ASIHS'IOKS oss TUB
Gal'ttii and Si Andrew's Society.
GRAND TRADES AKD SOCIETIES
PROCESSION
—ON—
Thursday Morning, Oct. 3rd.
Tto Magnificent Arches
ltoproflentliig iho Giont Indiislrlos
of our Country.
Grand Ball!
Wednesday Evening, Oct. 2nd.
Torchlight Procession!
on I'n.VSER njVF.ii, Ajtii oiiAxn
FIRE-WORKS
<>o i iitbiy livening, od. 'ih
Excursion Rales from all points.
-HTKorrull Inform dlon and I'rlr.e MMs
see smnll bills.
W.IITOWNHKNI),
Mnyoi'"
J. B.O.PKA8ERi Treasurer.
H.T.MACKINTOFIir,
maid Becretary.
X 09T, ON AGUES STREKT, near Mr.
JJ Curtis' rc-ldonee, :i (iniillcinan'sCohl
Ureaxtl'ln.  The Under will  be rewarded
ou returning il to u. Dynj A Co.   dse2II3
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
bis- Rsitlsracllois glsttssisstonst      ilaplijta
Business Notice.
THE UXDEIIRIQMEI) IS PWEPAUED
to fnrnl-ih plans mid specifications for
all classes nf lm I Mi m-;*i (--lone una brick »
Specialty), will fnrniHii nil the necessary
dtftwim'sandsuperiDrc-niiwor'iibiuugh a
compcteul, foromnn, and will gnarnntce
perfect work for il wr cent. Ot cost,   Oflico
in I'ankor i!.o. uuibiin'.-.npstnlrs, Now
V/oslmln:-ler.      JAMKfl KICNNKDY,
dwsoiiic Arohitccl.
W. SHEDE^ItlfEl ■ 8B  PH
irAanifiti tkvj-i.8 r.i. ;, Vancou
nm
i ki
ed :
III
crals, gold and sliver bars.  Thirty.,,
n.-perb'iicO III mining In Asia; Knni
uu.I lliiiied Millies of Amnion. Spun
len Innglinges, Assnys from a dlstai
promptly uilmidod lo. Address Vnuc<
vcr.KA'. ildol7l
1MOTICE.
IVIS 'IHAT
[1311,
In
islivil I
:. tl (Slid Sill
ily-livi! |
out! Imctlrt'tl nisil Hslcy-six ll.Tj}, ,ss,p Imii-
iiroiliiutlllilrly-fi-lit i;._\, ti'Sil Olio hiin-
tlivtl 1,11-J Itsi-ly-oi!'! [Ill], it, Grossp Osioof
s:ii,l District-, cosstmiiiis;; t-Ulit Isiissilretl
sicros, rassro or loss.
]S!Ltt.tl lolls Istp'.tiisbcp.lSSO.
ANDREW I.KAMY,
tlssslo-isss J. II. UILLKSI'IE.
i ENGLAND, ARE
INSURING
FRAME BUILDINGS USED
AS RESIDENCES
At l-S per cent, por Annum
JAMES CUNNINCIHAM,
seUdl'iss Ages,!.
Rail way Bonus By-Law,l8 8 9
A lly-law to rulso by loan the-sum of
$1201,000.00 for the purpose of giving
a bonus to the yeir tYestmlltslcr- Southern Haltteuy Compnny and to grunt
tn the said Company errtaln lands
and privileges,
WHEHEAS, tt Is expert lout to secure
tho couslnn-tion mul opei-nUmi of
the lino of railway and oilier works
mentioned In the Aot of lho Legislative Assembly of lho Province
of ' Hrltish Columbia incorporating
llio New WestmlUMtor .Soulhoin linflwnv
Co. and the act amending the safdact'-of
Incorporation- In tho ranhnor provided for
hy certain uitlclcs of nj-rei-mcnt bearlmr
date lho tenth duy of tiuptcmbcr, one
thousand eight hundred mul olghty-nlno,
oxoonted by thu Mnyor and Clerk of tho
city of New "Westminster (hut so nH not
lo ho binding unless nml until this by-lnw
shall como Into force) nnd now deposited
with tho said clork,
ANHWiiKiiKAS, for tho purpose of rabs-
Ing the said sum or 8165-OCO.OO, II is necessary to Issue debentures for Unit amount*
And whkrkas. tho total amount, required to bo raised annually by npcclal
rale for paylnj: the said debentures nnd
liiffrest I'lercon.ns* he rein aftor provided,
is 810,850.00)
And wukiikas, (he lunouiit of flic wholo
rnteablo property of Uio j-nid cltynecprd-
Ini-'totho last, revi-'>: assessment roll Is
93.610,W3.00{
AND WHKttKAS, tlio f'-lnl iiTUotinl of tbe
c-xliil Ing debt of the said Oity is 82W.000.tHI.
Titi:iirt*ui:!-:, Mm Mayor and Aldermen
oflbecilv.il' Nov V/f-*1! mi n.1-! or In council.
iissninhledenantnsfolloirsi
t. ii shall lm lawful forthe Mayor of the
eliyof S'n\v Wesl ni luster lo raise byway
of loan f'Oni any persan or poisons, hotly
or hollies cnr|i"iii!e,whti may ho willing
tor-dVftnt'L- Lho Hiime upon the credll.oi'
liH',i.'li 'ii!'iis'siiei'ein:ificrnienlioned,lhe
sum of &15"i,OOO.00i nnd cause Iho same lo
be paid inlo lho bands of the Treasurer or
the -.-snt ciiy for the purpose ■hereinbefore
recited.
•:. It shnll bo lawful forthe .snld Mayor
toennsenny number of debentures to be
mndo each iVu-sncli sum of money not loss
than *M.K'",orati equivalent expressed in
pounds -itorllflgnrtiK- I'nilt-d U'in--Uoiii of
([real I'.ritaln and Iicland at, a value of
•rl.Siiilil to ibe pound sterling, ;|s mny lie
required,and nil Mieli'leboiiiuu-sshnll be
sealed wllb the real of tlnji-nrpornltonof
llio eity of New WVslmii^ler and »l;;m'd
bv tbo Mayor nnd oomiton-Iirned bv Iho
Treasurer Ui
imifie
ell'.'i
The
iihleln llfly
shall
cntlui
iieyofliio  Ha
alec
ff BrJi*
.w io
in r.o
i'hi'hind,as tho council of the corpora*
tbiii uflliesal'lellyniiiydireet.
-I. Tliesnld lielieiilui'cs shall have coupons attached for l he payment of Interest
nt, the rule of llvo per centum perannum
on thoamotinlof said debenture;".
5, ftt'orihu purpose of forming n slpltlng
fund for iho paymonlol Ibedebt hereby
rivaled nml  111     ■
nil
i du
nppl
ul I
ill .
. mul the residue, if ni v shall be replied tOSUllli piuposos Of tl llll .ii -,, .il*
livjis tiiei-'iuucii maydhi it.
V. Itshall be lawful for Ih ' Mn ar and
Cleric of lho eorprtritllouof tin- eity n.* New
Vi'esiuiln-ii.-i-io mnUennd outer Into for
and lu lhe namo of and oa ln.-h.ilf of tiio
saldcorporalloii till deeds eonlnlnlng all
BUchoovouanlB,nureoiinnls. provlsosnnd
conditions ns maybe expedient for Iho
ciirrylng out. of tbo iiforesnM tn part re-
cilcd nrlloles of ngroomoilt. sueh (loods
helnir llrsl (ipprpvi-d of by lho council of
the Still] corpomtlon.
B, All proporty of tho Bfllrt Company
which It may hi' ].o-si sscd of nlnnyllme
shall be and Is hereby exempted from
luxation hy the corporation of the oily of
NcwWe.sUiiliislcriUirlni'llioeonNtiuelloii
ofthcttnoof rnllwnyiiml other works of
tho Compauy, end for twoiity*flvo yoars
from the completion thereof.
0. Tbe ferry service by-law, lSiW, nml tbo
workshops' bono.-, by-law, 1SS.1, are hereby
repealed.
in. So much of nny other by-law or by*
Inwsof tliocorponiiion of Iho elly nf New
Wosltnlnslorn.s may bent vatlnneoor In*
consistent With tills by-lnw Is hereby repealed,
il. This by-taw shnll, before the final
piissn-io I hereof, receivo llio assent of the
electors ot the corporation Jn tlio manner
provided by tbe Sow WeslmltiBter Act of
isss, and amending Acts.
12. This bv-liiw shall como Inlo force on
tho S5th day of October, 1S.SU
IX This by-Inw mny be cited ns tho
Hallway llomis Hy-I,nw, 1880.
By-law rend a first time on tho second
dnv of September, 1S89.
Hv-lnwread a second lime on the loth
dnyof Heplcmher, IHSll.
NOTICE.
rpAKK NOTICE THAT THE AMOVE IS
| a I rue copy of Iho proposed Ily-lnw
whleh will bo tnken Inlo consideration
hylbc Municipal Couucil of the eliyof
Now Wosluilnutor after ono month from
tho llr-sl publication 1 hereof in lhe llitrr-
isit Coi.i'MittAN newspaper, which lirst
[iiibll.-alton 11ink place on Ibe Ilth day of
Hopieniher, ISM., and thnt a vote of ihe
electors of llie city will be tnken on snld
proponed Hv-law on Iho ittti dny of Oc-
loiier.iHstt, botween tho hours of no'ojook
a m.nndf>o'clock p. m.'-attllO followliu;
plnecs. namelv: In Ward No. 1, atthe
1-o.ldcnee of ft. Calblelc, imblln slrcol, In
snld Wnrd;ln Wind So. '.'. at. tbo olllco of
lho Into IioniliilotiHiiwinill Co, Ulchnrd
sireni. In snld **>'iii-d; In Word No. !t,nt tho
Cili- Hall, In said Wind; In Ward No. 4, fit
HI. Ixmls Colleiro, Hlaekweod sli-ecl, lu
siit.l Ward.
I). RQBSON-
dselltd City Olerk
W. R. AUSTIN'S
HailF68lllt8L
FhP.M PRODUCE.
HaM-woBdJiKOoOarfc
LEAVE  QRDEIta   -'
COUNTS AT AUS
J.W. l|fi.llG-EB
DKAJ.KB IS
Hard and Soft Wood
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PEXCES.
.mm boot & sim store in British Columbia
Draying and
Dono oil Hlrarl Sol   -
SA-N JUAl
WSiVL si- «!
PP.ONT STREET,
New WestminBter, Erit. Ccl
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET TIIE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES:
Hisses ^Olififdresfs
.'■:■' Where Io Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Qu Jity, ;'.n 1 Where to Buy Them at lhe Lowest Prices.
tzt Hmhrat Prico paisl for Purs
Dear Hides,
I'tjirt-.l.indooi'Ol:ss-llt'.l. sss-'r-it-ii!-
u.-i'.i ;•;:>. i!. ■      tij;!
DOUGLAS STREET
ea s^' ip j
14 H'fcF
Foot OP Dotjolas Htueet, Kkau
CoLTJarBiA Strbet.
J, FEKGUS03V, PKOPRIBTOK
EMEM ; IER, i.iy ■ 0 ,:'■   f fine Boots and Shoes, in the
i, Is larger this season limn any dealer's in the Prov-
;.'. !.- iv l''i , , to :■..: the Greatest Variety, togctNew
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
SI  ColxTEO."taiai Street.
MCv;
(lUNEJldirS BUILDINO,  l'l.ONT SII'EKT)
ill   M
Cossstaistlj' oss Hnsstl uss Esitcsssis'c Stool: of
Di*y Courts, Groceries,   Itimts & Shoes, Oats & Caps,
Crockery, Olasswure, &c.
EEHlsr-S     -Ss     -__SO-_-Tf3'      StriTS.
Grcist Variety of Uosssoliold Artioles.   Also,
GRAIN,  SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME nnd  GENERAL STORES.
N. Bt—Farm Produce bought nt markot. rntea or sold on coram)BslO:i.   *a?,Orders
from tbe luieiior promptly attended to. dwJcSte
MMMl
BRACKMAN & KER,
MJVStJPAO'I'*J**EKU  OP
^■ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
ItllLlS at Norlb Siuinietl.
OFFtOK & WAUEitOUHE: Vlclnrlti.
TIME    CARD.
S3.   E».   BT.   CO.
Tlie I'lsso l'lrst-Olisss
Str, William Irving
•.Vill Loisvo Hid 0.1'. N. Co.'.-. V. lim r,
Tuesday/lliirsilflySSatiiriiay
AT 7 A. SI.,
F03 CHILLIWHACK AHD WAV POUTS.
IX lisrssliisj Es-orj
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
Winn snfflek-iil
will pMcced i'
for Infants and Children,
"CaaiarlaisEo well adapted to children thai I CMotttt OttKS Oollo, Oonrtlp.- ttrni,
... .   *. .    .. ■  t,..._ _-._. __._._.,.    -r*il,,^1.,.f     I**-,,   ffif.-il-
I i-econnncnd It
known tome,
111
Thb CmiTAun Company, 77 Ttlurrcy Street, N. Y.
CITY BREWERY!
Ale 2__Ale S
The Very llest lis llio Cily Is Brosvcst by
JOHN W. ANDRZEJEWSKI
At the City Browory, Agues Street.
Orders lortatUIcklnsoh'sBntoherShnp
Klinll havo vi-onipt alteiiUon.   «!von*-n
trial nml ludgofdr yourselves.
Now West., July It, 1SS0. ilJIylBto
ESTABI-I8HK0 fS50.
: I   Opn    It* tht: OolOU lfl I iii
NEW WKKTMINSTEK
Thk lauorst'and choicest
OBuortment of nil doBcriptiona of
MEATS hm VEGETABLES
Constantly on liiusil, nnti 8UppllQ(l to Fans.
1 os, Kt'ittaiiianta, isntl Stoamlsoats at tlso
LOWEST I'OaSIBLBl I'RICBB.
VICT OKIA
Store St., Victoria B. C„
OFFEU VOH RALEl
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice
FOIl l'llt'l.THY, *t
Rice leal,
FpnOMTLK VKKn.
diuhaOmt)
STABLfeS,
Dallas Street, Wostminster
JOS. ^WISE,
I?*E103? BIKTO K.
HO i'' lmiVING * RHUNG HORSES
(jf . i-HIrtf. Hacks oallntallStoamors
. i-l    rains,   Special attention given lo
... .!/„,.:,: llomvi.
-:,'ili)iOQO
Obnatmitly on linml*
-i:".i'.-.ia\'l.;'K-i*t nl lho Officeot Mn*
MIlIIltan-CnmmiBslon Mcrchnms,
M Britisli k lioanle
E'I'RsB
ii [lyiiiuE
GOMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
t'a-iltill,    *   815,000,000.01)
Uultsorlboil Cnollssll, i,_ ttt Hist. Usc.lEei,
'|-.','.'il,IH!ll. Flvo Kiintl nnti UtSOrS't', i!',-
21*,7S0.   Net l'l't'iiihini", !*•;., *ri,0i!l,G!W.
OF  LONDON.
capital,    •   S'',*33,ooo,oo
IIATKS   ASS    LOW   AB   ANY   OTHKII
COMI'ANIK-S IIOINII   IIV'HINESM
IN IIKITISIICOLUMIIIA.
T. Or. TJLQ,T_TXL2S
Agent for Now Westminster City
and District. djc22tc
Mainland Mer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE  8U11S0K1BEI1S  AHE NOW ritE-
PA11ED TO TERN OUT
DOUBLE AHD SJMtLE RIGS
At Special I^ow Riles,
in* and Jill M ti taiif
Dono al Shortest Notice.
Dry Cordwooil delivered lu any-partof
tho (jity.
Ordors by Telephone will rc-cclve prompt
Ltontion.
i''.;-:-*lalilo*- n-.-aily nponsll" C, P. R. De*
pot, Columbia St., XewVostmlnstor.
djalltc      QILLEY BRC'S. Rnore.
Ts San Francisco, Cal,
BY WAY OP THK
X.XNTZI.
THE MT. SHASJA ROUTE.
QUICKEItlXTIJIETlIANANYOTHEll
HIS11TI5 HKTM'EEN
CIIANO SCENIC B11UTE_W THE PACIFIC COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST Sl-KKl'ING  CARS
For Acooisssssinliilli'is "' Hecoisd-Olssssa l'sss.
SBisaoi81niint'liotl t" Express.Trains.
Fino fisjns rorllnntl lo Bnonssssosslo mist
s-sssss l.-jnisi-iv.-t.—I'nllsssllotl, S2ti; Klisl-
,'lnss (l.jmlH'ti), *S0| Boooissl-tilass (Ll-
TIIUOTJHlt 'i'lOKETH lo iill points Soslll
nml EiimI.s-Iii I'ullftinila.
■liii.Ki- "i i'i'.-i--.*.
CrrvOKTO'K, No. im Cor, First ,, Alt|o.
DBl'OTOB«scs*,Cor. PA Front silrecls;
I'tti'llmiil, tlriiL'on.
R. KOFHl.l.'.H,       E- !'• ROOElta,
Massssicr.       Asst,G. P. * P.A'sl.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
i
PJ.
( lilMlIT-BX))
TnOMAR AM^Of, *i
UKX11Y ft. JtA-UN, V IHUrcTOBS.
OUYLEltA. HOLLAND, j
Ht'll* Ot't'K hi
15 Serjeant's Inn, Flsot Sirest,
LONDON,  ENG.
The Btifilm ss of ALLSOP .'■ MARON hns
been mcrued in ihe above roini»anyan*i
will booarriod on liy tlm Cnnpany from
IhlHtlnlo «• n Rouoral Laii.i Investment
and insuranco Agoncy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mo Igage at Low
Kate*). Town Lois and Fa -mlng Lands
foirBaloou eaay lorms.
Viotoria,B.C.,May IClh, 1«7.  dwjlyfi
Tl) SMOKIES.
IT YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
«™ MAINLAND.
*8"Thcy are not only mndo of the
Choicest Tobacco bri thoy are of
Homo Manufacture, md should be
patronized by all good citi. ins.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HOLBROOK BUILDINO,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwl7noly	
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries!
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—.
A WEIL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRY COODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
MINDBOHM'S BLOOK,
Cfiliiuibln Blrot'l,        New Ws'slsssl.-tcr
noldwly ''rtuu frttish Cbtambinn
Tut'-tJay L.vuluK* Sepi. 81.1889.
ABVERTIS1MQ RATES FOR THE DAILY.
Tran-il«*tA.lvfr»liiemenlii.~FliiJtliiKer-
Hon, Idols, ner line solid nonpareil; eaoh
HiH.B^.iieiit consecutive Insertion,.'!ctfl. per
lino. Advertisements not inserted every
"lay—firft InHortlon, IOcIh. por line; subse-
quent InserllonB, 5 ets. per line.
i*. tn ml l ncc Ad vert Uemenm.—Prof ess lou-
al or Business Cnrds—fl per month. H-ie-
o.lal rates for genornl trade advertising,
tnvnrdlng to space occupied und duration
of pon true t.
ui'.-iit-ii Unit*, whendlsplnyed,charged
l. per cont. lens than transient advts, If
■ml i'i, '-barbed ut regular transient rates,
.i•*•■'•"ul Kotlcei. nmong reading matter,
?m eta, per Hue each Insertion. Specials
ItiKorted by tne month at reduced rates,
HinbK.MarrlagfBftudDealhs.Jl for each
lii-ci-tlon; Fnnerul Notices in connection
with dnittbs, 50 ota. each InBertlon.
WEEKLY ADYERTI8IHQ RATES.
rnu>*i]oiitAiIvcr(lsei»en'H.—First liiBor-
iiini, Uiot.H. per lluo "olid nonpareil; sub*
net-m-ut Insertions, 1 ots, per line.
sin nil lii!i A-trertlir monls.—Professional or Buuluess Curd.i-5l.6t) per mouth.
Special ratos (or general trade advertising.
Special Notices, Hlrllis, Marriages and
Deaths, same rates ns Dally.
Cut* must beall metal,and for largecut*
an extr.i rato will ho charged.
•pff-l'fi-.oiiH somi::vf la mlvt'illsoments
choiild li.* (-nroful to stnto wtifltbor Ibey
iiretoappenrin lho Pally .'.dilloii, or the
Weckly.orbotii. A lihorai rnliiction I:-
minlewhon in-ieiti-ii in holli. Noudvcr-
tlsoment inserted for Ions than fl.
SUnHCIUBKRS
Who do not rocel-o Uioli paper rosularly,
from tho Carrier-; or   ibi-niij-h   Hie Post
Office, will confer n favor hy r.-porllii-i the
saino to lho ollloo of pub! Icution at onco.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
I.   O.O. F T. Tylor
N. W. Rides  ft It. Glover
County Court of N. W...W.H. Falding
Kid Uoot3 Grunt it Maclure
Fresh Kutern Oysters at B. J.
Armstrong's. *c
.Mr. ThomaB Cunuinglmm lias paid
hia Bubscription to the exhibition fund.
Nex SI
Tho gas main lias reached lho Park
and will soon bo in connection with
the building.
Lacrosse praotice ovory aftornoon,
henceforth, except Sunday, up to opening of exhibition.
A special meotinff of the Hyacks is
called for to-morrow evening, at 8
o'clock, in thoir hall.
The Delta passed down to-day with
another scow lond of rock for tho mat*
trasBt-B at the sand heads.
Walker it Co. have Sapperton Lots
near Kew Hospital and Ross-Mac-
laron Mills- at old pricos. *
The str. Gladys arrived this afternoon from up-river and will return to-
morrow morning at C o'clock.
„, The 1. M. C. A. gymnastic class
will meet to-night at 8 o'clock in tho
drill hall. All members should bo
present,
At tlio police court this morning-
Jim, a Chilliwack Indian, waB fined
§5 for laving been found in a state of
intoxication.
Bargain hunters will do well to Jook
through W. &, Ci. Wolfendon'a Block
of Dry Goods, Hats and Clothing, now
clearing at cost. ':'tc
Kichards, Haywood it Mackintosh
have B-ncre Brownsville lots at $20 an
acre; half cash, baUneo in C months,
without intorest. selOml
The Irving left this morning with
tho usHil amount of freight and passengers, many of the latter being
bound for Chilliwack fair.
The barometer was extremely high
to-dny, standing 30.37. Somo local
scientists connect tho Ute earth tremor aud thi*" barometrical condition.
Owing to t"i*> great pressure on our
ap'ire to day liy important local'matter,
wu have been compelled to summarise
tho muat important despatches of the
d »y undor tho heading, ' 'To-day's
Ttlegrnms."  '
The Rifl. s are ordered to parade on
Friday niglit fur drill. As il ia the intention of the company tr> lake part in
the grand procession, it ia expected
that evory man will make a point of
attending this drill.
Tho fireworks committee arc getting
their material iuto shnpe rapidly, and
the prospects for a good display nre
very blight. Two Hro balloons will bo
sent up ou the night of the illumination, which will he a uovolty of their
kind.
A am ill bout, containing Pat Gannon
mid two friends, was passing down
the river about 2:30 to-day, and ono
of the passengers indulged in n mild
species of skylarking, with tho result
that tlio boat being pretty full, like
tho pn-mongers, tipped over. Tho men
wore rescued by somo Indians und
conveyed to the shoro, wetter and
wiser.
Tho instructiciis isBuod to the police
of this city regarding the closing of the
st-irea on tin* Sibbatli aie imperative
and will bo strictly carried  out by the
Eolice, and aa all have by tliU time
ocome conversant with these instructions no further notico will he
given, hut any etoro keeper hereafter
found currylug on hiB usual business
on tho '-J ibbath will bo prosecuted.—
-     World.
Hunt, Haines and Co., tho groat fish
dealer-* of Montreal, hnve notified Mr.
W. H. Vianen that they will tako nil
tho fldl salmon he can send. Thia
lirm al.-.<i i cut Mr. Vianen tin order for
9774 yesterday, valun of fish lately' receive!. A .standing order for f. boxes
(ahout 2,000 pounds) of salmon, every
day, all summer, his constituted thia
firm't* buaineas with Viiinntt'B fish
hoti-n*.
Alderman Cunningham, chairman of
the path committee, makes n request
that the ymui'i; men should turn out to
cut and pile viiuvmaples fov decorative
- purpose**, as t*io workmen on the
buildings and grounds aro too busy to
bo spam! for this work. Mr, Cunningham vtill solid a tinm to gather up
the trees when cut and piled. Here's
a chanco for pal riotto young men to
do something for their country.
Tlie Exhibition**.
The Chilliwack exhibition opens tomorrow and will occupy two dnys,
Wednesday and Thursday, 25th and
26th September. Monday next, Sept.
30th, is tho date for tho Surrey show,
and the Delta fair takes place at Ladner's Landing on Tuesday, 1st October. It is hardly necessnry to remind
our readers that the provincial exhibition will be hold in this oity next week,
on Wedneadny, Thursday and Friday,
the 2nd, 3rd uud 4th of October.
 m  ■» • .
The warship Canada wna docked on
the new dryduck nt Halifax on Friday
afternoon last. The docking of the
. ihip was witnessed by a large throng of
people. Admiral Watson formally de-
eJared the dock opened. - Tliia graving
dook was built chiefly by the Imperial
authorities. The total length is 600
feet, 70 feot wide at tlie bottom, and
100 feet wide at the coping.
DAILY BSraSH COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. P., SEPTEMBER 24, 1889.
"FARES, PLEASE!"
Westminster'-* r'celrlr Hired K-ilImiy.
Aid. Cunningham's Bpeech last ovening in the council chamber, dealing
with tho growing prosperity of Now
Westminster anil the infceroat which
waa awakening about her till over tho
country was particularly well timed in
view of tho fact that an application
for an electric street railway franchise
lay on tho table. Westminster^ is going to begin whoro great cities in the
past have just attained by long years
of expensive and wearisomo study and
waiting. They began with tho one
horse hub-luil car, the* "drop a nickel
in the box, please" stage, so to speak,
then tho tintinnabulation of the conductor bell-punch and the clang of the
patent, "Lewis and Fowler Register"
awoke tho echoes of another, moro advanced era in street-car ethics; thon
last nml host, the electric system camo
upon the scene and to-day is fiivt favorite in public estimation, Westminster is better situated for nn electrio
than n horse car system: tho inclines
are very heavy, and the curves would
be numerous iu zlg-zagging up tho
hills, so that tlio wear and tear of horse
flesh would bo much more expensive
than oven a lirst class electric equipment,
TIIE PB0GBAMME
Children Cryfor PKcMftCattorla
Por the Three Days' Celebration, in <<-■>■
rise form.
FIBS! DAY—WKDNUSDAV.
Reception of visitors.
10 a. m.—Base ball match.
11 a. m.~-Scottish games and sports:
heavy weight contests, running and
leaping; dancing, otc. Tug of war, Vancouvor v. Now Westminstor.
1 p. in.—-Firemen's tournament:
hoso reel races and speed tost;.
8:30 p. m.—Grand ball in Herring's
Opera House.
SECOND DAY—THUESDAY.
Reception of visitors.
!):30 a. m.—Organization of procession: grand parado through tho principal streets to Quecn'a park; formal
opening of tho provincial agricultural
exhibition and Queen's parlt, by his
honor, Lieut.-Gov. Nelson.
11:30 a. m.—Baso ball match.
2 p. m.—Horse races.
3 p. ni.—Lacrosse match.
Illumination of the exhibition buildings in tho evening.
•I'iJIPD DAY—P1UDAY.
Reception of visitors.
0:30 a. m.—Baso ball match.
11 a. m.—Sailing raco for yachts.
1 p. ni,—Foot ball match.
2 p. m.—Boat and canoo races.
8 p. in.—Illumination of Now Westminster, fireworks and torchlight pro*
"cession on tho Frasor River.
EATING, SPEAKING AND PAYING.
The V. M. O. A. Supper nud Eutcrtii'n*
ment   at tlie Opera House Lust
Nij-llt  a Decided Saccess.
$T,tC21t KillHCiI nil tin*
Bi-,,(l*iiK Fund.
Tho supper giving in Herring's opera houso last night, by the ladies'
central committee of tho Y. M. C. A.,
waa well attended, and during the
hour allotted for refreshments, from
7 to 8 p, m., about two hundred people sat down to the bountifully loaded
tables which the ladies had provided
upon the floor of tho houae and on tlie
stage,
.Shortly after 8 o'clock, Mr. D. S.
Curtis, president of the local association, and chairman of tho meeting,
opened tho second part of the programme by declaring that tho assembly had come together with some other
object besides simply to eat Iho good
tilings provided hy tho ladies, and that
object was to hear the eloquence of
some of tho delegates to the recent Y.
M. 0. A. convention.
Mr. F. W. Teaguo, general secretary of the Victoria association, was
called ou, und opened iu a humorous
mnnner, but soon settled down to business. He had just come from the
convention nt Vancouver, and thoro
was one thing which slruclt him with
very great force. There was a time
when tho Y. M. C. A. used to apologise for being in lho work. Hut that
time was, most unmistakably, over
now, and at tho lato convention were
assembled some of the best men as regards brains and wealth on tho coast.
This was the case all over the continent
to-day.
Mr, Geo. Carter, the general secretary of Seattle, was next called upon.
He lamented, in a facetious manner,
that he had lost his appetite since
coming into tho hall. Mr. Carter
then interested his audience with a
few moments of sprightly talk on his
impressions of tho convention at Vancouvor. Hia first impresfiou was lhat
of having had a right hearty good
timo. Tho last impression was that
tho dovil was goinii to have a very
hard time this yoar.
Mr. N. H. Jacks, travelling secretary for tho Paciiic Northwest, waB
next called on by tho chairman, and
gave n briof but spirited address, lie
spoko of tho work of the Y. M. 0. A.
and ils romarkablo growth and advancement, within the Inst year oven,
nil over America, and noted the great
progress thut tho association in thia
cily had made since ho (the speaker)
waa hero last. ' The association in this
city was now taking steps to put up o
building of its own, and the travelling
secretary hoped to havo llio pleasure
of being ut tlio dedicatory snrvices
within n yoar.   (Applause.)
Mr. H. E. Brown, travelling secretary of the international committeo fov
the United States and British provinces was tho noxt speaker. Mr.
Brown is n gray-haired, rather romarkablo and cheerful looking vetei.ui
in Y. M. C. A. work. He referred to
thn "tulle of tho hoys" who had preceded him, which brought down tho
house, and then delivored a moat eloquent and inspiring address, showing
tho vast and increasing work of the
Young Men'a Christian Association in
America, along the different linos of
railrond, college, and mission work
particularly.
Mr. D. 8. Curtis, chairman, mado a
short address in conclusion, and asked
all members of tho association to remain aftor the public meeting, aa there
was business of importance to ho dis*
cuBsed with tho delegates present.
The mooting then adjourned with
the doxology nnd benediction.
The publio having left the hall and
gone homo, about 17 of tho members
gathered together in an informal way
to discuss the financial aspect of affaire. Before any regular business
formalities could be. begun, some ono
spoke up and proposed to subscribe
funds there and then, without further
parley, towards the proposed building
fund. A Bpirit of enthusiasm seemed
to seize all present and ina few momenta the astonishing sum of 85,000
was subscribed, as follows'
Coatham & Co., 91,000; D. S. Curtis, 8600; H. M. Cunningham & Co.,
0600; Clow & Maclure, 8500; Edwin
Rand, 8600} A. E, Rand, $600; W. C.
Coatham, $250; T. M. Cunningham,
S250; G. H. Grant, §200; A. C. B.
Jack, §200; E. llailoy, 8100; A. Doa-
Brisay, $100; J. L. Caldwell, §100;
Geo. Windsor, 8100; J. D. Fraser,
8100; Albert Cooper, ?50; John Cunningham, §50.   Total, §5,000.
CITV COUNCIL.
The council met tit 8 o'clock last
night for tho transaction of business.
Present—Aldermen Jaques, McPlmd-
en, Cunningham, Reid, Shiles, Keary
and Calbick.
Mayor Townsond in tho chair.
The reading of the minutes of tho
last meeting was adopted:
COMMUNICATIONS.
The following communications wero
taken up:
From L. Williams, asking for an
extension of two weeks for contract on
St. Andrews street. On motion tho
application waa granted.
Thomas Draper, asking extent of
city propor iu acres or milos, and asking that unnamed streets lie named
and numbered.   Received.
Alderman McPhaden Baid thut tho
matter had hotter stand over until after the exhibition.
Tlie clerk was instructed t>* inform
Mr. Draper that the council being on-
gaged with exhibition matters at present would consider Iiib application
later.
J. E. Fanning, of tho St. Anthony
Fulls Water Power Co., in reply to a
letter from the city clork in reference
to water supply. Received and tiled,
A. H. McBride, warden of the pern*
tentiory, replying to letter concerning
right of way through tho penitentiary
grounds, and that tho same had been
forwarded to tho Inspector. Received
and filed.   *
Mrs. E. Gold, referring to tho cutting nwny of a bank of earth on her
property, and asking that it bo dono at
once,    Received.
Aid. Jaques said this was a hard
street, and tho thing had nover been
settled. It was thought better to
leave the job until the season was
further advanced. On motion the
clerk was inatrueted to inform Mrs.
Gold to tlie effect that as aoon as the
council can practicably do this work
thoy will attend to it.
James Kennedy, iu reference to the
confirmation of the survey opposite
the Powell Block. Received and filed.
Aid. Jaques said that Mr. Cotton,
having returned, would attend to this
matter at once.
John Jessop, Victoria, asking a further supply of city and district folders.
Granted.
OIiob. E. Pooley, Q. C, regretting
his inability tu accept tho invitation
of tho mayor and corporation to visit
tlio exhibition on account of othor
bustiics*.   Received and filed.
D. W. Gordon, M.P., Nanaimo, expressing regret that absence from tho
province will prevent his accepting the
invitation to tho oxhibition. Received
and filed.
F. Barnard, M. P., regretting his
inability to accept lho city's invitation
to tho exhibition on account of going
to Caribou on that dato. Received
and filed.
Hon. John Robson, accepting invi-
titinti to attend the exhibition. Ru-
ci ivoil and filed.
Mr. E. Crow Baker, M. P., regretting his inability to accept the invitation to attend the exhibition.
Capt. John 11 ring, acknowledging
with thanks, invitation to attend exhibition.   Received and filed.
Hon. F. G. Vernon, thanking the
mayor and corporation for the invitation io tho exhibition, and regretting his inability to attend, Received
and filed.
E. fl. Banks, H M.S. Swiftsure,
Eaquimal*, acknowledging for Rear
Admiral Iluucage- the receipt of the
invitation to the exhibition, and stating that the Icarus will bo sent, Received and filed,
A petition, without signatures, relating to tho liquor license by-law, and
which was intended to bo circulated
to allow the views oi tho licensed victuallers ou the subject. On motion,
the petition was laid aside to be
brought up with the liquor license bylaw.
H. V. Edmunds and others asking
for a charter to run a system of electric street railways in New Westminster.   Recoived.
Aid. Jaques said that it was tho intention to get up a company to opernto
a motor lino.
Aid. Cunningham moved, seconded
by Aid. Roid, that the clerk be instructed to inform these gentlemen
that the necessary stepa should be
taken to meet their views.   Carried.
Aid. Cunningham said he was glad
to bcc that New Westminster had, in
common parlance, "got a move on,"
and was going ahead rapidly.
Herbert G. Ross, re introduction of
"household firo extinguisher" into the
province, of which ho is agent, nnd
asking for orders for same. Referred
to liro committee tu report.
S. G. Tidy, nuking permission to lay
building material on Edinburgh stroet
near Montreal Btreet. Permission
granted subject to usual conditions.
REPORTS.
The park committeo reported that
sot oral payments had been made.
Adopted.
Aid. Cunningham verbally reported
how the park Btood at tho present
timo, Every intelligent man in New
Westminster knew how' things were
going on up there, inside decorations
wero in progress and tho grounds will
bo finished iti two days. Covered
walks aro being put down around the
building. Tho telephone company are
putting up n telephone at the building
for tho uso of visitors'1, offloes, otc.
Tho telegraph company will also put
up an instrument, from which they
will derive enough pecuniary compensation to make the venture a paying
one, Iu laying the sidewalks Mr.
Forrest and his gang had rendered
vnluablo help.   Report adoptod.
Health committee recommended the
Bum of §25 bo paid Mra. Nickerson
for beds and clothes burnt at Poplar
island during quarantine; also 810 to
Thos. Walker ior blankets and quilts
destroyed at Poplar island.   Adopted.
The board of work? reported progress and requested longer time for
the work on Clarkson atreet sidewalks
and Mr. McOoll'a tank.   Adopted. *
ACCOUNTS.
Scott, Marshall and Creighton, ' for
stables, sheds and pens, $500.00; McLellan nnd Lory, work un park, 8600.*
00; Hon. A. M. Richards, 850.00;
Wi P. Grant, pumping out pontoon,
85.00; Mrs. Nickoraon, clothing burnt,
825.00: Thus Walker, clothing burnt,
810 00.
The tenders for Pelham Btreet wero
opened. Five tenders wero received,
the lowest being that of MosBrs. McLellan & Lory, 84,7BO, which was
conaidored fair nnd rcaaonablo and
waa accepted.
Aid. Keary objected to tho expenditure of bo much money on  Polham st.
on the ground of over-expenditure.
Aid. Cunningham said in reply to
Aid. Keary that after the work on the
purk was finished 100 men would be
let loose on itand it was tho intention
of the city to find work for thoso men
so long as it could. On Pelham street
not a stroke of nn axe lias beon struck
iu 17 yeara, nnd yet thero arc mou who
want to build thero if thoy can get a
place for their houaoa. The peoplo
wero getting tired of doing work the
corporation ought tu do. Ho hoped
tho gentlemen round tho board would
throw no opposition iu tho way of this
project.
Aid. Reid snid it was timo something
wna done in that direction, and was in
favor of the pushing of the work on
Polham street. Aid. Jaquoe nnd Aid.
Calbick alao spoke in favor of accepting the contract. His worship explained that the original intention was
uot to go into the swamp, but in view
of the industries which nre likely to
spring up there it was deemed judicious to continue tho survey.
MUNICIPAL BUSINESS.
Iu thu liquor licenie amendment by*
law tho clerk reported that ho had consulted with Mr. A. J. McColl and the
amendment had been prepared. On
motion tho by-law was read a second
time. Tho council wont iuto committee of tho wholo, Aid. Cunningham in
the chair. Tho by-law and preamble
passed as read and thu committee rose
aud repoited tho bylaw complote. Report adoptod. Rules being suspended
the bylaw was rend a third time, by
title, passed, and on motion the bylaw
was directed to be signed by the mayor
and clerk aud the seal of tho corporation attached..
Further timo was granted for the
third reading of tho water leases bylaw.
NEW BUSINESS.
Aid. Cunningham said ho would
movo that his worship be appointed a
committee of one to look after bunting
for tho exhibition building.
Aid. Jaquea moved, seconded by
Aid. Reid, that 81,000 be granted the
sports committee.   Carried.
Aid, Cunningham seconded by Aid.
McPhaden moved thut his worship be
appointed to see about getting flags
and banners for the exhibition building. McGorvie, of Victoria, will bo
applied to for this purpose.
The question of providing lunch for
the invited guests next oamo up. It
haa been proposed that somebody cater
for this lunch. The city hall would
make au excellent place forthe reception of visitori. On motion, Aid. Mo*
Phadcn and Keary woro appointed a
committee to look after tho lunch.
Tickets will be issued for the lunch
and one ur two of the aldermen will be
present ail tho time. Aid. Reid said
some difficulty was being experienced
iu finding bedding material. He
thought it would be a good plan to
advise tho country people to bring
thoir own bedding, and tho city would
provide plenty of room. The hotel
keepers had all been interviewed as to
their Bleeping accomodation and it was
found thut they could accomodate
about 500, Everybody was very willing to opon Bleeping rooms for viait-
•or3, Various people had been written
to about bod clothing. The C. P. R.
has been applied to for a train of cars,
but there is not a sleeper on tlio coast.
Tho shipping will rango up alongside
the docks and be utilized for sleeping
purposes.
Aid. Cunningham said thero was one
gentleman who hr-d not boen invited,
who certainly should be, Mr. Nelson
Bennett; invitations will be extonded
to Mr. Bennett and tho mayors of
Whatcom and Sehome.
Aid. Jaques gave notico of motion
that he would introduco a bylaw t-
restrict cattle using the sidewalks
within city limits.
AM. Keary asked if the contractor
had any right to lift the sidewalk near
tho Bushby estato on Front street. It
ought to be put down during exhibition
week.
Aid. Jaques said he would introduce
a bylaw to grant Messrs. Edmonds it
Co. a charter to operate an electric
street railway.
Council after somo informal talking,
adjourned.
VOLUME Y&-NQ.-73.
B, C. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fund.
For the purpose of raising a fund to
contribute towards the patriotic and
worthy object of making the next annual provincial fair, to ho held in this
city, a grand and unprecedented success,
the undersigned agree to contribute tlio
sums opposite their respective names (to
be paid Into tho association or to trustees
competent to receive the same, on or before 0 months from the date of the last
provincial exhibition, and to bo applied
to preparing exhibition grounds and
buildingB in the city, for increasing tho
amount offered In prizes, and for furthering the exhibition In other ways):
peterdrant  in 00
V Q Strickland  ss 00
A R Wintemuto  10 no
j w Bexsmlth  jjo oo
R Donglaa  100 uo
Held A Currie ,  2fj oo
\V II Thibaudeau.....  15 00
Ogle, Campbell d-co  2000
KIUSt-lEII'TIOYS PAID.
Tuk Columbian 5100 00
W.T Armstrong  3000
G D Brymner  20 C3
Stewart AGasli  25 01
George Turner  j
young A Terhune  10 00
Terhune A Co w  10 00
A 1'ssBrlBay  15 00
I* Btloaenu  io 00
W C Couth im  ■>.-, co
T M Cunningham  25 co
A1*. Itand  -•:, no
Kev J H White  10 00
flllloy Bro*  jjo 0O
Grant A Maclure  in no
Iletulnrson Bow, ChlUlwlnek  10 00
SH Webb  25 00
A J Hill  10O0
Claud Hamber.  10 00
Fit Glover  10 00
Walker* Shadwell  10 00
Ackerman Bros. :.  20 00
K 8 Seoullar A Co  «, no
jas Cunningham  no 00
Capt A Grant  jo 00
Jfl  Macdouell  !000
H T Ucad A Co  so 00
Sharpe A Paine, l.ulii Island  10 00
H W ArmHtrong  1000
h P Eckstein  10 CO
W C Loye  jo 00
Annie M Jaques  10 00
T Cunningham  30 00
Next I
PERSONAL.
F. R. Glover wont up to the Chilliwack exhibition to-dny, to represent
The Columbian at tho show.
The Hon. John Robson, provincial
secretary, is in tho city, ond lehves for
Chilliwack on Iho Gladys tu-morrow
morning.
Guests ut the Colonial: Mr. Borrells
nnd son, Kercmoo*; Jus Fruser aud
son, Hope; C. L. Rugcles, John
Boultbeo and son, Vancouver; George
Cruikshanl*, Ottawa; W, L. Cusack,
Simon Loiser, Victoria; R. Filer,
Montreal.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
TuromiiT-H-r-iuiiii-nt Prlxe Winner--,
At n meeting of the judges, nt Tacoma, on Friday evenhur, the following
prizes were awarded: In the wet test
hoao raco Astoria wns givon first
monoy, Vancouvor second, Walla
Walla third. Dry teat hoBo race-
Vancouver first, Astoria aecond, cust
Portland third. Association championship--Aatoria lirst, Victoria aeoond,
Seattle third. Speed race—Vancouver first, Astoria second, and third
prizo money divided equally between
Victoriu, Tacoma No. 2, east Portland
und Corvallis, each getting 812,50.
Hook and ladder race—Seattlo first,
Taeoma second, Astoria third. According to the prizes, Astoria wins
81,800; Vanoouver, 81.050; Seattle,
8000; Walla Walla, 8150.50* Victoria,
8112.50; Corvallis, 8212.50, making a
a total of $4,250. Vancouvor refused
to take aecond money, claiming thoy
had been awarded first money
after tbe race, and secured nn injunction to restrain Chief Rniney
from paying over Brat money tu
Astoria. The tournament is declared
not to havo beeu a success from any
standpoint, this being attributed principally to mismanagement.
Orcis t'iniilM at Coil nt Woiren-lcu's.
Overcoats, Olothing and Gentlemen's
Furnishings, suitable for present and
winter uso, clearing nt cost prices, at
W. & G. Wolfenden's. *tc
NEW WESTMINSTER RIFLES!
COMPANY ORDERS.
THE COMPANY WILL PARADE AT
the Drill Shed at 8 o'olock on FRIDAY
evening, 27th InBt., for animal drill.
Every mnn must be present, Uniform:—
parade dress, with leggings If the weather
Is wet, P. H. ('LOVER,
dse2«d Llout.-Com'd'g.
County Court of New Westminster.
rilHEItE WILL BE NO OCTOBER
X slttliiKof tbe above Court, Tbe nest
sitting,' will boon November Oth,
W. IL FALDING,
Registrar.
Vancouver News copy, dso2H8
fflMIERM.
HANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, NewWestminster, B.C.
ITar.BPiioNK No. 55,1
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London nnd L-m-iAiilUi-c Fire and
Britiih Umpire  Life Inmrance
Companies.
New Westmlnater Dull din if Society.
Account ant'.* Oflice, Dlouene of N.W.
City Auditor-,, 1H86, M91 and 1888.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE  BUYING
AND BELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
and other monetary transaction--.
Have several good Investments on tholr
books,and ull newcomers will do welt (0
call before ilolnjj business clnenhore,
dwilriely
N
P'     o
m       go
CA
je. mM,
NewWestminster Lodgo, No. 3.
ALL MISMBEHS OF THE isbnsc Lodge
ssro Isorsiby notifies! lo ssltclsil ftt tlso
LsitlKo Room sst (lis. sss, slins'-soss TIU'U-'-
1SAY, tlnl .Ss'lstltpr, 1" Jolss lis llie isrooos-
slosi. Visiting Jlretlsress cos'tllislly lisviltsa.
sl-vscS'til T. TYLOB, It  S.
Jas. Ellard I Co
Are Now Opening
 THEIR	
FIRST INSTALMENT
-OF-
■TSTE-W
FALL MILLINERY
=ALSO=
A COMPLETE bIJME OF
Ladies', Hisses' and Children's
Mantles, OSoeks and Jackets.
LONDON HOUSE,
COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwoolSto
mt}   '.   C2.f^..,.,£!L,±^,fj.j
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
Our first consignment of
LADIES'   JACKETS!
Also the largest assortment of
MANTLE—-
—-GLOTH8
XTg      THB      FBOVIKOII.
SPECIAL:  Plushes in all the new shades.
Ogle, Campbell I Freeman
THE LEADING DRV GOODS HOUSE.
MASONIC KLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
At tlio Oharles Street Preabytorian
church, Toronto, on Friday evening,
three young ladies were formally set
apart for foreign mission work, Misa
Harris, of Bt. Andrew's ohuroh, goes
to India; Miss Graham, of Oharles
street church, nnd Miss Mcintosh, of
the Central church, go to China.
Whon Br.br wm slok, we cm her Cwtorla,
When aho wm a Child, she cried for Cwtoria,
When the booame Ul», she clang to CMtorta,
Wfcaaibi had Childnn, aha garaUwGMterii
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED THEIR
* COMPLETE STOCK OF *
WATGHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES,
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses in steel, rubber, silvor arc (-old
frames.   Tho Guest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; all Bights suited,
Speoial attention givon to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learnt,., tno
business thoroaghly from some of tho Iinest Horologers In England, and sinco then
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the heat firms on tho continent of America, Is a sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly mana*
ger for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage k Lvmtui, Montreal,
Charges moderate,
Monthkai-, Deo., 1887.—Mr. F, Crake.-—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I nover fonnd a Watchmaker who did so
well for mo as you did whon In Montreal, and I am sorry you aro not here to-day."
tlwnitl'ite
D. S. CURTIS & C
AGENTS B. LAURANOG'S SPEOTA0LE6.
Wholesale and letail Druggists
NliXI COLONIAL HOTEL, KEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
IN BJt CCrST.
W. & G. Wolfenden,
Cor. Columbia and Mary Sts., New Westminster.
FOR FALL AND  WINTER.
A PARTICULARLY GOOD LINE in MEN'S
LIGHT FALL OVERCOATS.
AND SPECIAL THINGS IN BOYS' SUITS.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
The Populnr Clotliliii* House,     •    ■     •     Columbia Street.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
DESSiKB   IH*
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
X-a*bxadox "Elerri-ag-a,
2v£acl?-erel, Salt Cod,
j^xxxioixx's XTxic. ___Za__a.B,
Jlxxxxovlx's TTric. Bacon.
•Flo-cur. "Bran.. Sliorts,
,-rHIOHEST PRICKS PAID FOB FARM PRODUCE.
sn-M-fi' Sooullar-Armstrong Blook, Columbia St.
The above named firm having fully decided to retire from tlie
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.
Ararechauce is now ottered to intending purchasers, as the stock consists of
goodt- just suited for the present and comma season. All fresh and iu prime order
and purchased in tlio bost foreign markets at rook bottom prices.
Salo to commouco on Monday, the Kith instant, and to continue until the wholo
of the stook has been closed out. HEMKMBBlt THIS PLACID; Cornor of Columbia and Mary Streets.
W. & G. WOLFENDEN.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    ■    Oolumbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time, A riice lot of CHR1STIK S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SVRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
BON MARCHE.
SPECIAL BARGAINS in New Dress
Goods, Jackets, Paletots, Dolmanettes,
and Ulsters.
A Large Assortment of MEN'S SUITS
from $7.00.
WALKER & SHADWELL,
dsn-lOt- COLUMBIA STREET.

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