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Columbian.
70LUME 7
NEW   WESTMINSTER, & C, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1889.
NUMBER 69
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
'    E. M. N. WOODS,
BABIU8Tli.R-AT-LAW. .Offlce-McKen-
ule Street. dangle
T. C. ATKINSON,
DAHRI8TER, BOUOITOIt. Ae, Ofllccs-
1) Masonic Building, New weatmlnster,
UTu. .   il-vl**
AllMSTHONG *  Kt KSTI'IIV,
BARRISTERS,  SOLIOITOllS,   ETO. -
Masonlo Uu I Id tug,   Now Westminster, U. 0. *t'Vmy4lo
W. NOKMA**J BUIjl,,  14. C,
I 1JARRI8TER-AT-LAW, LAND AGENT,
k D Money to Loan, Olllca—Ularltso:! St.,
r sew Westminster, R. C. ilte
'01:1101 Ell, Mcl'OM. A JVJtS»,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITOUS, etc.  0(11-
ces-MiiKniilc lliillilliii'f, Now WestminBter, uiul Vnncouvor, 11. C.        dwto
A.C.UIlYDONI'-.TAf-K, Itl.A,
BARRISTER, SOLIOITORi NOTARY
J'ubllo, Ac, onicn lu H10 Ilmnloy
liuiiilliu*, Columbia HI., opposite Uio Colonial Hotel. il\v:iir.!1n
JOSBPII B. GAYNOK, 11.A.. 1-L.H,
GOLD MEDALIST of the Uiilvonlh of
Dublin. llAHIUHTEIt-ATLAW of
tin.! High Court of Justice, Ireland. Oillces,
Corner McKenzie .t Olarkson Nts., New
• Westminster. dw/elHta
A. J. H0LD11SS, D. D. 8.,
^CJURQEON DENTIST. Graduate of the
I O Ohio College of ileutnl Surgery. Is
now with Dr. 0. E. 0. Brown. All work
skillfully performed. Rooms B A 0, Bank
3f I), 0., Columbia St, Kours-S to 12 a.m.;
l:iiu to 0 p, m, dJly3to
G. W. 'illANT,
. RCHITECT.   Olllcc—Corner Mnry nud
I.   Clarkson Sts., Wostm In ster.    ifwtc
GLOW ft. IUAC1.UKK,
A ROBITEOTS. Otllce-Room E. ovor
j\ BankofH.C„ColumbiiiSlreet,West-
iiiluslt"'. dtc
Wil.MA.U   It. KIKU,
a rchitect.sanh'aryengineeb,
■\ tto. Removed to Armstrongs Block,
Imumblfl Slreet, Westminster— Room
fo, 2. dto
W. TIIIRAUOBAU,
I AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS*
j mnn.   Humley Block, Now Westmin*
Frit or, ail dmylSto
A. V, C0T10V,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR. Oilice: Roomi).Bank
of lt.0._biiljdiii':, \\>-i minster, B. C
AMU ItT J,  IIIL1.
(M,0AN.S00,0.E.),
|jniVIIiEN-3INEER--LANb SURVEYOR
\\j  and    DRAUGHTSMAN.      Hamley
iBlook, Now Wf-ttmlimler. dwmiSltn
ti. I'll i IM>itI';*l.
,OKAL ESTATE BROKER nnd County
Ti Court Acont. llommlsslonor, Notary
il'iibllc.Ac. Ueutij eolleeted. Olliw-.Mo-
jKenale direct, New Westminster, B. 0.
T, J. TRAPP,
A UUTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
I A. Columbln, Street, New Wcotni luster.
All ''OinmlsslonH will receivo prompt
liUil fiir-'ful attention. Best references
[given when required,  inhl2-ic
J. B. FINLAYSON,
PIANO TUNER, fiom   Broidwood   A
Sons, London, Engln ni, mid H cln-
wuy & Sous, NowYork, uow rcaZilliig in
N'jini-ouvcr, will ii.'-'inl '1 or-lovi! lo'trt.
Mr, Zed. ft. Halt's nnd i). l.ynl ACo.'S
stores.  Trli's 1st u'i-olt of enoli i-iunUi.
duuHt j
F. V. MeCAltTNEY,
InOMMtS-JION AGENT nud Customs
l.< i'loUur. Dunk's (,t„ NowYA lm;-i-
A'-ent for Hi'i.i ;on Sm'.ii'*s Aeivicil
. r;\'um onver Hteiuii J'.votV Cleaning
[V.'i'i .:■*; UiirlciV Pal em, Orivau1-*-' i.iowon-
o( the age.") Dominion Pianos nml
is; .loliiisi 111's Patent Knlsomliio;
* "KiC.-TiirKiict •]'■*; I-ioiiTitsi-i'in' o(\>
I've s!.«'k,■£(*, i'l'iiploynient'A'-MliV.V
..'. A sel'-i-l lol of Toilet Ar. oh -mid
SglsUi'Sundries for snlo,   Ncct ■icor io
;».. .v. _____ dJlyS'a
turn ion, hisf.ton __. co.,
UlTERCHANTS,    Whnrf   St,, Vletoiln.
[ai   Agents for North British nnd Mor-
,'intlle Iusnrnnce Uo, for Miiliiliiud.   JI.
_5, BkbTON A Co., 33 Flnauury Circus, Lou-
lion, E. U. ■        dte
ppBrialFiielnaiicoGo,
OIP X.0Z"*'I30*N*.
« tl'ITW,       •        tl,([ttn,Olill Biff.
ft It'-losR-dowm rinyotlicuvellnl|io(.om*
■-allies doing h-.i'-i-ieitln Er'tUh t'otnnilo w. J. AHiisTnoNo,
d.ily3to Agent for Now West.
BAKER BROS. & CB'Y
lOObapelVaik', South Castlo St., Livoo
j nool,Eii'j*Iiin<l.
[(Bunk Buildings, CoiumbiiiStreet, Now
' Wostmliwlor,B,C.
iSMpping and Dominigsion
AGBHTS,
General Wholesale Merchants & Importers
. Any description of Goods Imported to
Irdor  and  Custom   and   Ship Broking
insneted.   Latest Freight and Market
lolatlons, dwauSto
I RAND BROS.
|iV;\l, RSTATtl-HltOKKKS,
-.'uuvcynnv':i-i, Oollcctort,
Ami Ininranee Agent',
en at
NEW WESTMINSTER!  Corner
MoKom-le and Olarkson Sts.
VANOOUVER, Cordova Street.
„. LONDON,England,
[BUILDING LOTS for salo In all sections
^ Vancouvor and Now Westminstor Cily,
J?ARM LANDS of superior quality fur
lie ut Chilllwhack, Port Hammond,
inglcy, Miits'-iil, Kiiinus, Mud Bay.Lud-
r's Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
Ihil Pill. Rlvor.
Maps and Plans exhibited und the full-
'i-.- Inforuiittlou fiirulsliedatallourotllcus-
MAJOR &
Real  hutixtvi Brokers and
Fliiuiiclul AgcntSt
jAGENTH FOR
Confetlerntlon Mro AiaocUtloii of
Toronto,
m lloyal nml LattoMslilr* Fire Inuiir-
ml     mu. 13 tio»i|ianlei.
ltr.--.Viiiiiir.in Lois for sate In Mm cily
■Fit District of M'slmim-tor" and choice
Kits In the City of Vunonuver.
■ Porsons wishing to buy or sell city or
rural properly should common lent 0 wltli
as.
OUIces: llnnkof B,C, Imtldin-*, -ri-:*-}■=-■■*= 110
r.'ostotllce, Wostmiii'iler, and Unsi i iv.:-. -St.,
Vancouver. dwnpltito
OF LONDON, ENGLAND. ARE
NOW INSURING
FRAME BUILDINGS USED
AS RESIDENCES
At 1-2 per oent. per Ar.niim
JAMES CIINNIN'OIIAM.
so3tlllil Asflif.
AH I INTKN1) MOVlUa NEX1' HOOIt
lo Oily llnkory, I i-rlll ollVr Inr llio
noxt Ultooii days,
IB PER OENT. OFF
Osi till cash ptirolitwes.   ,
A. 11. WlNl'EMUTK.
Blgll 0! tlm "llliltlslo."
Now Wost. -July 27,188(1,       slsyJUJIo
LJisTRA
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all Lsmls of tho bost makes; '.'t-tssa-'Hi*. & Ilnnd-Su*VS,
Barbell Wire for Foncing, and all the noccuiy H'ti'Slsll.S for l'-ai'lllilli;;
■'ullcy Blocks. Simtcli Blocks, Ropo & Uliniii In all stasj I'iti'h,
Till* & Oakum) Tarriifl ami l'lain Pajii'i' :> r stijiliiiiiK! I'lilats & Oils
Inall oolorsi liquid l'llilltH jn all oliados; IHuol- I'll lilts ready touse; 'Jrlllll
Stonesi Wall Paper In all dosii;ns; Brooms & ESl-IISllllS for all purposes;
Lnlirleatliii* Oils, Traps of all dosotiiitlons, and a vjouoral aasortment of
Ain-lciiltural Implements.
£9* Myieeial attontiou sjivon lo orilerii by nmil.
x. Ti *.r.i-5j-,-p.r-- sz: CO.,
(lwjlySto Columbia Stjkkt, Nkw Wiktminkteh.
At GRANT
J.S.MANSON'8 TAILORING E8TALISHMENT,
Columbia Street, Now Westminster.
Positively tlio largest and best assorted Block ever shown in tliis city,
ing oH-Ycnch anil English Worsteds, Scotch Siiitiiigs, Irish fiorge, &6,
(tS'l'orfeet lit guaranteed or no sale.
consist-
Just Received—a Special Line of
FROM 7*5 O'EllrT'X'S UPWARDS.
Call early and get first choice,
dtc asckiBS- ■vvp--m:„ eas.
New Westminster, B. C.
centrally situated in New Westminster,
B. C, whicli has been tied up for several
years by tax titles and other difficulties, is
now cleared of a'l incumbrances and is
placed upon tho market for sale, with perfect title guaranteed.
The   property  is  now
being slashed and subdivided and contains
some of the iinest and most desirable Lots
in the City for cither residential or speculative purposes.
With the contemplated
construction of several railways which will
centre at New Westminster and the establishment of new enterprises and increased
trade and commerce, this City is making
rapid and substantial progress and, consequently, affords the best field for investment to be found in the Province. The
present is, therefore, the time to invest,
and with ihe present'low prices of property
purchasers are sure to realize handsome
returns upon their investments.
The portions of the Estate now on the market consist of Lot 5,
Suburban Block 10; Lot 2, Suburban
Block 11, and Lots 12,18 and 14, Suburban Block 13, and the subdivided Lots
range in price from $150 to $350, on good
terms.
We are  authorised to
allow ten per cent, discount off present
prices on all sales made during August,
and also to furnish intending purchasers
FREE CARRIAGE DRIVES TO THE PROPERTY.
For full particulars and prices apply to
the undersigned or to any of the other
leading Real Estate Agents in New Westminster.
,ii,iiii7mi    xr*L^LXSTxJ
Stove Brodie, the Bridge Jumper,
*     (iocs Over the Falls und
Escapes Alive.
OVER NIAGARA.
The .la-is Form a Grand Combination to Freeze Out Fovciijii
Capitalists.
Toronto Has a Ureal Sensation iu
the Flight ol a Young
Society Lady,
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purlty.Btre'itjth and wholesomoness. More
economical than the ordinary kindi, and
eannot he sold in competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cam
Royal Bakinq Powdeb Co,, 106 Wall St,
Niqiit Bell.
Telephone 67.
lerson d Tin;
CHEMISTS & DRUGGISTS.
Columbia St.,
New Westminster.
W
Ij HAYK ONE OK THE  BEST
Kidcctcil sto-ji-a in tlio City.   Our
Drugs arc perfectly pure and can ho
thoroughly relied upon.
''0m 0wu" Becfn Iron & Wine
-s» h°yo»d tho shadow of a doubt, the
best preparation of its kind in the
world. dapl.'Stc
TO RENT.
11HB m-HTAJllS Ff,AT IN BTJir,WNG
.   cornei'or Columbia nnd 1 'ouglas Sts,
■21x(iil.   Applyto
dauSlc HENHY V. EDMONDS.
Dress-IakingI
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STEEET,
New Westminster, B.C.
-arSittlhfiu- lon giinrantcod.      daplSt,
T. A. HUM CO.
Queen's  Hotei.  Block,
mW WKSTHIXSTEII.
Reliable Drugs & Medicines
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
l'UESCBIPTIONS A SPECIALTY.
TcLtPHOHE No. S3, ' dnplto
1 LYAL & CO.
Pianos,
Yocalions
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
FANCY GOODS,
TOYS, Etc., Etc.
!■',. ll.-IN-Iirrty Oi'Kiius sold nt
SO 'HT cout. oil' list prices, for cosh.
i SI,
tofiitii Harris
so co.
Estate,
INSURANCE
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgagss,
And transact all Business relating to
Ileal Estate,
— AGENTS FOR—
London Assiirnnfo Corporation.
Connecticut Flro Insurance Co. or
prtford.
London and Ldncnshlro Life Assurance Vo.
Canton Ini-tiraiico olllco, Ld, (Marine)
OFFICES: "~
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwseHyl
OVKU NIAIUJU.
NlAdAHA FaLM, N. Y.,   Slljlt.    7.—
Steve lirodionccompliBhod the peril
ous feat, thin morning, of going ovor
the Hiii-bo Slum fall-! in a rtibbor suit.
He lies unconscious, and aomo fears
nre entertained for his recovery. Brodie
nnd patty arrived at Clifton last uij-Iit.
They were: Earnest Gould, John
''{.eager, John McCarthoy, Wm. E.
Harding and sovoral newspaper men.
The party registered at the Waverly
Hotel under fictitious names. Brodie'a
auit was placed above the Oanadian
falls last night. At 4 o'clock this
morning Brodie with the party left the
hotel. John McCarthy, Earnest
Oould, and Brodie want to a point two
hundred feet across thu falls, Brodio
then stopped and donned the rubber
Bait, which was inflated. At 5;30,
Brodie, with a paddle, entered tho
water and was caught in tho current.
He waved his pnddle and a second later
was shut out ovor the centre of tho
Horso Shoo falls and quickly Inst to
view. He wns buried in tho water
for about two minutes, when a black
object, covered with white coating,
was seen bobbing and jumping in the
boiling c-uildron of the rushing waters.
In a chart timo Brodie was caught in
tliu niBhing current nnd carried at a
brisk pace toward the American shore
and then all of a sudden, ho was hurried towards to the Canadian shore,
where John Ledger and a United Press
correspondent had ropes rendy to drug
him frutn the wiitct'. Ledger stripped
and swani out 200 feet with 11 ropo fin*
teiied to his waist while W. E. Harding hold the other end on shore. After sovoral attempts Ledger fsstouod
the rupo to the sto.il casud suit and
then swam ashoro and assisted in pulling tho daring swimmer from tho
water. On Brodio being lifted onto the
rocky shoro ho was quickly stripped.
Brandy wits poured in small quantities
or his temples, while he was rubbed
id el ui fed, but continued insensible.
Blnod oozed from hia mouth, eyes and
ears, probably from the shock and
concussion. For twenty minutes ho
lay uiicoiiBoious until ammonia wus applied to his nostrils, when ho began
to shiver nnd gesticulate with hia
hands. His injuries are contincd to
ninny bruises, a sprained ankle and a
bruifiod back.
NKOUOKH WIIII'PKB.
Atlanta, Sopt. 7.—The whipping
of fourteen negroes by unknown men
tins created intense excitement hore.
The ail'uir occurred at East Point, late
last night. Delegations have called 011
tho govornor and he has offered a reward for tho capturo of the perpetrators.
A (IKBAT   PROJECT.
Ouicaiio, Sept. 7.—A movement ia
on foot to erect a million dollar monument tu General Grant, and have his
remains brought to this city. The
monument is to be unveiled ut tbe
opening of tho world's fair. Tho proposition mauls with general enthusiastic approval.
JOHN  L. 11KTURNH.
New YottK, Sept.7.—Ji-hn L. Sullivan arrived hero this morning. Ho
will appear iu Madison Stiqare gardens
this ovening. He was accompanied by
his father and brother.
FROM THE OWHNT.
San Francisco, Sept. 7.—By tho
str. City of Rio Janeiro, which arrived
from the Orient this monisng, it is
learned that in view of the expected
invasion of Japan by foreigu capitil-
istfi, when its new treaties come into
forco, an effort is being made, with
the minister of at-riculttuo and commerce at iti head, to bring nbout a
combination of native capitalists to enable tho nativo merchants to hold their
own aud to prevent the foreigners
from successfully carrying on business.
I'ASSENOER LIST.
San Fit-vNCisco, Sopt. 7.—Tho str.
Umatilla sailed for Victoria this morning with the following passsengers :
Miss E. Moltoii, W, H. Harris, J.
Dassoiivitle, Mrs. Bauson ville, H.
Stroma, Miss J. Melton, Miss
Faulkner, Miss L. Crausie, Misa M.
Greene, Mrs. D. Pronta, J, Howrtsmi,
W. Ellis, H. If. Ycung, Mrs. Wind*
tior, Dr, Forluy and wife. Miss Peck,
J. Peck.
CHALLENGES UALOllB.
Chicaoo, Sept. 6.—The lawyers tn
tho Oronin murder trial rteorml the
work of securing a jury thia morning,
with only one jurymnn accepted. The
d--fciicc ii...*- raised twenty, nud tho
statu ten, of their peremptory challenges, Each is allowed one hundred.
niHArrEAniNa guns.
\Vasain«ton, Sept. 6.—Beds were
opened nt the war department for tho
construction of ten-inch disappearing
imotimatic gun earriagea. The only
bidder was * the Pneumatic Gun Carringe nnd Power Co., of Connecticut, at
$148,000.
- 'sentenced and fined.
San Francisco, Sept.   0.—Mtohael
Unwkins, who attempted to assassinate
Mrs. Donahue, was sotitmicod to one
year's imprisonment and fined 8400.
scarcely remarkable.
Foiit Surra, Ark., Sept. 6.-—A remarkable trial commenced hero thia
morning boioro the U. S. court. Five
Creek Indiana are oharged with tho
murder of Deputy U. S. Marahnl Mcintosh, in the Indian territory, last
Novembor. Neither of tho principals
and but a few of tho witnesses can
speak English. The trial is being
interpreted.
SKNSATIONAL RUNAWAY.
Toronto, Sept. 0.—Society ia all
agog over the runaway of Miss Fannio
Ferguson, daughter of Mr. Justice Ferguson, of Oagoode Hall. It now ap-
•.curs alio was but nineteen years *>t
age, but a very woll developed girl.
The tlrst intimation tho family hud of
her leaving waa n note to the following
effeot which she loft and wns found on
lhe hat rack: "l know fathor and
mother will never consent to my going
on the stago; you need not expect mo
back." Mr. Justice Ferguson is him-
self an ardent patron of the theatre,
Hia late brother, Charles Ferguson,
was an amateur performer of no email
ability. His forte was Irish comedy.
On Wednesday two girla called ut the
Itossin House and sent word to Gond-
win they wanted ti go ou the btiige; us
Nat's company is full and he does not
deal in the amateur artieU-, ho sent
them word that thoy hnd better ceo
some other manager, lie did not
even eeo them. It is merely rumored
that ono of them may bo Misa Ferguson.
TERRIBLE   ACCIDENT.
Guelph, Sept, O.—The body ■■(
David Von Vollienberg, a G. T. Ft
brakeman at Poit Edward, waa found
ut Dublin st, railway crossing hero
early thin morning. It is supposed he i
full between the cuts of u freight (rain
going east. One arm and the head
wero almoat severed from the body.
REV.   R.   LANGLEY.
Oukli'H, Sept. 0.—Rev. Benj.
Langley, formerly of the Queen btreet
Methodist ohurch, who left here under
a cloud, has applied for admiasion to
the Methodist Episcopal conference of
Michigan, now in session at Bay Oity.
The Eaat Saginaw church will probably invite him to becomo their pastor,
CHEAPER SUGAR.
Montreal, Sept. C—It is announced to-day that the Canadian sugar refinery has reduced tho price of
granulated suuur one qumt-.-r of a cent
per pound. It now bcIIs at 8$ cents
and for 15 barrels imd over 8§ cents.
-lUOOE 81C01TE dead.
Montreal, Sopt. 0.—Mr. Justico
Siuette, who has buen ailing sumo
months, died ut St. Hyacinthe yesterday.
THE THIRD PARTY.
Toronto, Sept. 6.—Rev. Dr. Sutherland, who has recently returned
from Japan, wuu tendered a reception
lait ovening by tho representatives of
lb-.- third party movement, of which he
is a leading member.
THE WIMBLEDON TEAM.
Ottawa, Sopt. O.—The shooting at
Itideau range closed to-day. The
Wimbledon team consists of corporal
Norris of the 13th, Sergeant Loggie of
the Newfoundland battalian, Serjeant
Hall of the 70th, Private Burns of the
3rd Victorias, Staff-Serpeant Mitchell
of the 90th of Winnipeg, Private
Hutchison of tho 43rd, Staff-Sergeant
Mit-ihell of the royal grenadiers, Lieutenant Dcabart of the 3rd Vtctoiins,
Lieutenant Hoper of tho82nd, Sergeant
Goodwin of the 13th, Captain Zealand
of tho 14th, Captain lioss of the
13th, Private Simpson of tho royal
grenadiers, Sergeant Mitchell uf the
13th, Captain Silver of tho li'ind, Color-
Sergeant Henderson of the 02nd, Private Wiugate of tho 46th, Private
Blair of the 78th, Lieutenant Hara of
the Hth, and Sergeant Horsey of the
45th.
A PRISONER ESCAPES.
Montreal, Sept. 0.—A prisoner
named Jos. Adams, serving ten years
for burglary, escaped from St. Vincent
do Paul penitentiary yesterday. He
had served three years..
ENDED AT LAST.
The Great Strike In the London
Dock Yards Ended by the Era
ployers diving lu.
Twenty-five Million Cartridges Explode in Antwerp and Kill
250 People.
Tlie City Takes Tire and is Still
Burning.-Twelve Handled
People Injured.
VICTORIA^NEWS.
Tin* llicrena Not Lout.-"Two Garrotters
Arrt-.iled.-'Urcat rnipri.ii lu the ftenrlc-
O't'oiinor Sculling Hacr.
Special to The Colvmj'ian.
Victoria, Sept. 7.—The schooner
which was reported ashore at Cape
Buale, and .supposed to be tho Theresa,
turns out to huvo been the schooner
Lily, bound from Bohrings' Sea for
thia poit.
A couple of youug men, named John
Fay and John Forbes, wero arrested
last night charged with attempted highway robbery. They tried to garrotte
a Chinaman.
Great interest is being taken here in
the great Searle-O'Uonnor contest on
Monday. Considerable coin is being
wagered on the race at odds of twenty
t3 fifteen on the Austrahau.
Telephonic communication wus sue-
eessfuly held with tho Union mines,
Comox, over the Island Railway wires
and new tclephouo lino from Nanaimo
to Union mine.-!.
The usual sports will bo held at
Beacon Hill this afternoon. A scratch
game of association tootball will be
played, Amities tin all comers.
The Viva.
The schooner Viva, ownod by
Messrs. O.irtiu & Munsie, waa towed
into the harbor this morning. The
Viva, whicli is commanded by Capt.
Baker, kept up her big record of
former years and i* high lino for tho
season so far us reported. From Mr.
Win. Paine, who with one or two
others of the crew left thu Bchooner iu
tho straits mid rowed in to the city
early thia morning- it was learned
that tho Viva had 2180 skins on bonrd,
making hor total catch for lho season
3041. ThoVivn arrived in Behring
K,'a on the 2nd of July and found tho
si'iils fairly plentiful though nut moro
1 hun ordinarily bo. During tho hunt
in Behring Sea the U.S. cutter was
not. encountered. Onu 0veiling they
sighted smoko uu the horizon, which
it wus supiicBfid whs the Rush, but
that night, tho Viva shifted her quarters and no finthor sign of the piratical ship wub Been, The Viva carried a
crew of 22, of whom six were experienced hunters who cau be relied
on to r.iise the shoal if thoy are anywhere around. The Mary Ellen was
spoken ten days beforo tho Viva loft
the sea with 1000 skins on board. The
largo cntch nf tho Viva iB a fair indication of what might have been te-
cured by Messrs. Curne, Munsie and
Bechtel's other schooner, the Pathfinder, hud sho not beeu seized by the
U.S. cutter. Tho Pathfinder wub
sealing iu tho same part of the sen as
the Viva and had several more skins
thnu the latter on thu 19th cf July.
—-Times,
Mr. Ohiirk-u Spring camo home yesterday from Oiipo Bejitt*- having, made
a trip out there in his Itm Io schooner
yacht, tho Dauntless- for the purpose
of investigating the truih of the report
that the schooner Theresa had gone 011
tho rocks. No or.o nt Cape Ileale
could be found who hnd seun anything
of the sealer, and thoro was no ovi-
donoe to be found of any schooner
having come to grief. No confirmation of the report was obtainable, and
to bo  safely  presumed  that  it
the dock owners surrender.
London, Sept. 7.—The duck companies have agreed to the demands *.,f
the strikers, but tho ratea of wnges lo
bo paid are to continue aa ut present,
the advance not to go into effeot until
January. It is made a condition of
the arrangement* that all striken shall
resume work next Monday. Burns
& Billet have aigned their acceptance
of terms. .
UABOUIS DE M0LI58 DEAD.
Madrid, Sept. 6.—The Marquiide
Molins, chief of tbe conservative party
in the lenate, and a well known author,
died suddenly yesterday.
A GENERAL WAB.
Vienna, Sept. O.—The Areui'e Prsie
Pram declares if the czarowitch goes to
Paris the whole world will belie v.'
Europe is on the eve of a goneral war.
IMMENSE RECEIPTS.
Paris, Sept. ft—It is announced
tho receipts from the Eiffel tower since
the opening of the ezpoaition haa been
four million franca.
TERRIBLE EXPLOSION.
AntweePj Sept. G.~-A large quantity of dynamite exploded in a cartridge factory here to-day, totally demolishing tho building iu which ex
ploBives were kept and killing 200 men, I
according to a late estimate, und injuring about S00 moro. The factory was
located in the vicinity of the Bourse,
which at ttie time of the explosion
waa crowded. The burning portions
of the factory were hurled against the
Bourse, setting it on fire and creating
a panic among the members, aeveral of
whom were injured. The factory was
situated immediately baok of the
docks, upon which millions of cartridges were boing unloaded, and
lurge petroleum stores stood adjacent to the factory. Theae were
act on fire by burning fragments,
and are now burning fiercely and tho
city is enveloped in smoke. Fortunately, the cartridges on tho docka were
not affected by the explosion. 80,000
barrels of petroleum sre burning. The
majority of the victims are workmen, but tho number injured includes
several soldiers. Tbe damage to proporty will reach many millions. The
tire is atill burning fiercely and the
best the firemen hopo for is to extinguish it in twenty-four hours. The heat
from the burning masses of petroleum
is intense and it is impossible to approach within 100 hundred yards. Several vo-neli have been burned at the
docks and others were only saved
through the promptest action of officers
in towing them out of danger. Tho
firo is not now spreading and it is hoped
if tho wind does not rise during the
night that tho flames can bo confined
to their present limits. A strong west
wind would, however, set the whole
city in a blaze. Tho explosion occurred in a workshop where a large number old cartridges had been taken to
pieces. Many men and women were
employed in this shop and they weru
actively engaged in breaking up old
cartridges. There were fully 25,000,*
OCO of them in and about the premises,
part of them already broken up. The
flames covered two acres of ground and
roso t<> an iinmenso height. Amidst
the fierce roar of tho flames were heard
from time to time loud reports of ox-
plosions to which there seemed to bo no
end. Tho explosions are supposed to
be packages of cartridges stored in
buildings which seemed to remain intact
until hot tongueaof flamoa were actually
upon them. Shipping at African docks
and at American docka is in serious
danger, and aU facilities for removing
vessels from the immediate vicinity of
the conflagaration are beiug pressed
into Horvicc.
THE ANTWERP FIRE,
Antwerp, Sept. 7.—Thus far the
efforts of the firemen, assisted by the
militia and populace, to subdue the
flumes have been unsuccessful, and the
firo ia still raging fiercely. The docks
and shipping have not been touched
by tho flames, the direction of the
wind having been continuously toward
tho town. Since the explosion, a
judicial inquiry into the origin of tho
explosion has been ordered. The
scene i* a sickening one. The dead
will exceed 250 and the injured 120.
ST. MAEY'S hospital.
A Pen I'irloro or tfc'-i i;\n ■••nl E-ttab*
Ilsbtncnt, Its <U*Mtt Worfc amd Be
MaMseaiMtt
Home Comforts, BtiUrly Cere, uud Careful Mrtllral Attendant*- for lta--
filck and Afflicted.
it 19
laokod foundation.--Friday's Colonist. | deed, throughout lhe building, as that
Even the exterior of St. Mary's hospital speaks of solid comfort, cleanliness and order. Upon entering tho
vestibule, the correctness of such suppositions is made immediately manifest. Everything from floor to ceiling
is scrupulously clean and has all the
neatness and regularity, without the
severity, of a well kept military establishment. On tho left, on entering,
is the reception room, a comfortable
little apartment wherein the stranger
await*) the good sister who is to aot as
Mentor and guide through the -treat
building. Directly across the hull,
from tho reception room is the dis-
l-ensary, where cau bo scon row
upon row of gold-labelled bottles, con-
t .iuing everything iu tho lino of medicine required for the benefit of the
patients, Theaiatera themselves pro-
pare the prescript ion-j aud minister
professiuiially to the wants of their
charges, and it may bc noted as a curious fact thnt not the slightest odor of
drugB cau be detected —something that
very few thv-t class drug stores can
boast of, for in them thero is generally a suspicion of unafiutidu, a hint of
ipecac, and a suggestion of sulphuretted hydrogen—but bote, the olfactory
nerves suffer no unseemly shook; the
nir is as pure in this room, nnd, in
whioh is blowing freely outside tho
windows. At right angles ti the entrance hall ii the great corridor whioh
rune the entire length of the edifice.
Upon thia corridor open all ihe offices
neceaaary for carrying on the work of
the establishment. The sisters' apartments occupy a central position; und
that department, perhaps the must
important of all, the kitchen, ia iu the
rearof the building and isiibtod with
a range capable ot wonderful triumphs
of cookery under the deft hands of the
good sisters. As in all tho other
rooms, the kitchen ia an clean and orderly as i( ia possible to mako it. Crobs-
ing the yard, tho wash houao cimies
under the visitor's notice. Even
in the humble wash tub thn glorious
march of modern improvement is noted; all tlie washing tuba aro fitted
with steam pipes and by turning on
the taps the water can be made to boil
furiously iu the very short (pace of
throo minutes. Of course tho laundry
work of an hospital has to be pretty
woll executed fur various significant reasons, and thero can bo no doubt that
with aucb improved appliances this
branch of work at St. Mary's hospital
is done in a thoroughly satisfactory
manner. The engine house is next
visited: the engine is used fora variety of purposes, principally, however,
for pumping water, supplying atom to
the wash house and heating tho hospital in the cold aea.on. At the far
tni of the yard is the Indian hospital
in which were four patients, two Indiana and two Japanese. Upstairs is
the women's ward. Tho Indian section is juat aa comfui table, neat and
clean ub the main building and tho
patients receivo exactly tbe aamo attention and care us tho others. Tho
Indian hospital is never without occupants. Tho good sister informed
The Colcmbiam representative that
the quantity of fuel coiiBumed by '..ho
hospital wus enormous; 80 covcls of
wood und a very heavy item of coat
scarcely sufficing, annually.
Returning again tu the hospital thu
repoitar was conducted upstairs lo the
second floor, which ia occupied solely
by male patients; one lurge section
beiug set apart us the common ward,
iu which a number of patients were
found. On the othor side of tho corridor are tho private rooma, for which
are oharged §2 per day, which cuvers
everything—medical attendance, medicine, food aud tho usual attention.
The-ie rooms are moat comfortably f ur*
niahel, well lighted and ventilated,
and bave all the charm of borne. Iu
the surgery, at tho western end of the
hall, nothing is lacking to the hand of
the practitionor. Each drawer iu tho
huge bureau is plainly labelled with a
description of content-, while tho lif-ht
in admirably suited for the performance of tho most delicate operations.
Ou the third floor are the ladios' rooms
and wurd, all elegantly furnished and
comfortable tu a fault. There wore
soveral lady pationt; both iu the
rooms and in tho ward. A vory pleas*
ant feature of tho building i 1 the accommodation afforded by the Bpaci ua
verandahs, which can be entered fiom
Lhe corridors and upou which tho
patients can enjoy to the utmost their
sun-bath and revel in tho delightful
eastern prospect of the 'great Fr**-et*
and the dark mountain h-inli'ire its
beyond Pilt Lake, with nil the pleasant
foreground of unods and furms
and suburban villas with thoir
beautiful gardens. To the w at tho
Frnser delta, with here an 1 i.heio a
glimpse of tho golf, tho Vancouver
Inland hills, aud nearer, the city,
make up a picture well fitted tu give a
new leuss of life to the pot r invalid.
Thero are at present twenty-seven patients at the hospital, all, it is a pleasure to state, in a stnto of convalescence. The fever ward contains three
cases well on tho wny to recoveiy.
Thu cases aro nearly all surgical outs,
nnd some very difficult uporauons havo
lately been put formed, und with tho
happiest results.
Since tho opening ii the hospital,
somo three years ngo, 480 patients have
beon recoived. The chapel at the
west end of the building ia beautifully
fitted up and has quite a large seating
capacity. Tho hospital is open to all
Borts and conditions of humanity, no
matter of what creed, color, church or
profession, and all receive tho Bamo
kind, aolieitous attention and tho beat
medical advice and assist unco. Tho
cuisine is of a description to tempt tho
feeblest appetite und satisfy the desires
of the must fastidious invalid. Those
repulsive concomitants of many eastern
hospitals, stuffiness of atmosphere,
strong, disagreeable smells, noise, clatter and carelessness, are hore, in St.
Mary's Hospital, very conspicuous by
their absence. Tho hospital is fitted
throughout with ovory modorn invention conducive to comfort and convenience: it ia heated by steam and
lighted by gaa and has a system of ventilation dictated by a knowledge of tho
highest principles of hygiene. With a
cordial invitation from tho good Bister
to call again to soo any interesting
cases, tho ropoitor bowed himself out,
feeling vory much impressed with all
he had seen and heard and well pleased
to think that tho royal city possesses
such a huvou of refuge for tho sick nnd
helpless stranger as well aa for hor own
citizens, in this splondid institution.
St. Htu/i Hospital is tho proporty
of the sisters of charity, and is of
course, managed and controlled by
them. Dr. O. J. Fagan, B. A., M. B.,
is tho attending physician and Burgeon,
and he is assisted, when occaaion requires, by tho best medical advico in
the city. Ho holds tho medical and
aurgioal degrees of the Dublin Univenity and Rotunda hoapitd, and haa
tho highest testimonials from tho most
eminent physicians and surgeons tn
Dublin.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
The Toronto Mail editorially condemns the opinion of the English law
officers on tbe Jesuit estate bill, say*
ing that it was only one of expediency,
and that the decisions of imperial ofii-.
cers aro always against Canaan,
News has been received at Halifax
of tho death in Egypt of Sergeant Androw Flack, of the royal Iriah rifles,
of Halifax. He took part iu several
of tho engagement-* with the Dorvlshea,
receiving a wound whioh ultimately
caused his death,
Tho stables of the Northwest Mount*
ei police detachment at Edmonton,
wuio burned Thursday night. Thirteen horses were burned to death.
The wetting was calm or much more
d-iunigii might have been done. The
cause of tho fire is unknown.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
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VOLUME VU.-NO. 69.
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The writ for the Lillooet distriot
by-election bas been issued.    Nomination will take place on tho Ilth
inst,, and polling on the 21st.   Mr.
A. W, Smith, the government candidate, it   is stated, hns completed
his canvass of the district, nnd has
a  fair  prospect of election.   Mr.
John Saul, the opposition candidate,
is at present engaged in the canvass,
and  also  hopes to win.   Both are
well known and old residents of the
upper oountry.   Mr. Eberts, of Victoria oity, who was spoken of as a
probable candidate for the vacant
Lillooet constituency, lias,  to  his
credit, definitely withdrawn   from
any intention of entering the lists.
The Colonist has the following about
Mr.   Eberts'  withdrawal:   "It is
pretty  generally known that Mr.
Eberts, of  this city, had recoived
letters from influential residents of
Lillooet distriot, urging him to become a candidate for the representa
tion of that constituency in the legislative assembly.   Beforo yielding to
these solicitations, Mr. Eberts wns
naturally anxious to know whether
a local man, able to carry the constituency in tho government interest, was  likely to enter the lists.
Learning that Mr. A. W. Smith,
having   made a  general canvass of
tho distriot in the interests of the
government, feels certain of carrying
it, Mr. Eberts has not only finally
abandoned.all idea of becoming a
candidate himself, but is using his
influence with his friends in the district for the purpose of securing for
the  government  candidate such a
mnjoi-ity as will mnke him strong to
push the interests of hia constituent.    We feel assured that the un-
sel;is!i loyalty to his party exhibited
by Mr. Ebyrts in this matter will
be appreciated both by the constituent and the government."   Most
of our readers are aware that Li!-
loo it district, normally, hns two repress sisiatives in the local parliament.
Mr, Edward Allen—the festive Ned
— sh)   is   tho  surviving-Lillooet
me.nber, is an out-and-out government man, and it remains to be seen
whether the electors of Lillooet will
return   another    government  supporter in the place of the lato lamented attorney-general, or whether
Saul will be among the prophets of
Jatut'3   Bay next winter."   In nny
event, a   local, resident representative—and a fairly able man—will
be returned, and that is some satisfaction   in advance.   In the meantime tho country will bo safe; for
are not able, respectable, and virtuous men at the helm 1
say what grant they would consider
sufficient for the maintenance of so
good a publio institution.   Private
liberality   would, perhaps, not  be
lacking in the gift of books, and the
provincial   and  Dominion governments would, of course, continue to
give free copies of all parliamentary
papers.   A properly qualified librarian, to keep the catalogue in efficient and good order and look aftor
the building, should not be difficult
to find, and after the initial steps
had been taken the work would certainly not bo very heavy.   The city
is rapidly growing and is already
sufficiently large to warrant decisive
action being taken in this or a similar direction. While the steps which
we havo outlined nbove would certainly put the publio library upon a
fur more satisfactory basis than it is
at present, it can never be—without
seriously straining the meaning of
the term—an ornament to the city
or province until a new building has
been   erected  to tnke the place of
the present tumble-down, prehistoric
rookery.   The grounds upon which
the old building stands—a full sized
city lot, 132x66, were convoyed to
the   corporation by the Dominion
authorities, quito recently, to quoto
from   the official   conveyance, "to
have and to hold the said parcel or
tract of land unto the said corporation of the city of New Westminster, its successors and assigns forever, iu trust for the uses and purposes of a public library and mechanics'  institute for  the eity of
New Westminster, saving nnd reserving, nevertheless, unto us [the
Dominion government], our succes*
sors and assigns, the tree use, passage, or enjoyment of, in, over, and
upon all navigable waters [Alderman Jaques' flume, presumably] that
now are or may be hereafter found
on, or under, or flowing through or
upon any part of the said parcel or
tract of land."   Every one will be
glad to see the city take active steps
to carry out its part of the bargain
as soon as possible.    It will not be
disputed that a good public library
is almost an imperative necessity.
Will not some member of the counoil take this matter in hand nnd
make it his pet hobby 1 Ho will reap
a rich  harvest of  gratitude from
every well wisher of the city.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Real Estate antl Financial Agency
RICHARDS, HAYWOOD & MACKINTOSH,
Conveyancers tt Notaries Public.
3=. O. Box 319.
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Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms easy.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
Money to Loan.
WE DO NOT SPECULATE OURSELVES, but |
tosners the bench'! of all our special bargains.
OOLONIAL HOTEL BUILDING,
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NEW WESTMINSTER.
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VICTORIA.
Every once in a while those who
look   after the spiritual and moral
welfare of the people eome out with
a stronger protest than usual against
drunkenness and its attendant vices;
and, whatever may be the opinion
upon tcetotalism, few thinking persons would dispute the statement
that an altogether disproportionate
nmount of money is spent by civilized   mankind   upon   intoxicants.
But whilst it  is true that more
money is yearly expended in nearly
every city upon liquor and tobacco
than would suffice to pay the rates
and taxes, it   is  an extraordinary
fact that, except for unavailing protests against the selling and drinking of strong waters, comparatively
little practical work is done to neutralize  and   counteract the attractions of   the   dive and the saloon.
Horo in Now Westminster thero is
a building bearing the words "Publio Library" over lhe door.   Jt is situated in probably the very best location for such an institution, it is
largo and possesses, we believe, the
nuoious   for   a useful collection of
literature, and yet, oxcept in damp
or  cold   wontlior, it is seldom fre-
quonted.    Newspapers   are   to  ho
found thero in quantities, but they
lack arrangement and are scattered
hither and thither in a chaotic confusion bewildering to the eye, and
scarcely likely to prove attractive to
the studious youth on study bent,
tho jndod business man looking for
recreation, or the political student
dosirous of rending history day by
day as it is made.   Here and there
a parliamentary return, or the fragment of nn old blue hook, seem to
indicate that useful information, reliable and exact, is obtainable, but
the  lack   of order, tho  want of
method, and tho absence of all attempt at arrangemont, easts a discouraging sense of futility over all
efforts at useful reading.   It cannot
reasonably be expected that the publio library should be kopt in good
order without a properly paid and
qualified librarian.   The remedy for
suoh a state of things as exists seems
to us simple and comparatively inexpensive.   A librarian should first
of all bo appointed to catalogue and
classify what material exists for the
founding of a thoroughly good public
library.    We do not know how long
such t work would take, but, with
an intelligent man and one more or
len conversant with suoh work, it
ihould   not   occupy  many weeks.
Having made a full, concise, and
exhaustive report to the oity oouncil, it vould rest with that body to
A rage for tall structures seems
to be seizing the world, remarks a
ootempomry, und hus ulrendy exploded the idea that such buildings,
when not intended for economical
purposes, were impossible, except
under concentrated nnd despotic
governments such as those which
built the pyramids. Porhaps the
idea would bo sound wero the labor
and oxpense involved in the erection
of such buildings such as it wns in
ancient times, but the applied science of the nineteenth century has
found in tlto uses to wliich iron can
bo adapted a method of exceeding
the tower of Babel and the pyramids in height, at comparatively
little cost, which is readily-provided
by popular enthusiasm and local
pride. The big monument at Washington, and more signally the Eiffel
tower, are evidences of what can bo
achieved with little effort New
York now proposes to surpass the
latter structure by completing, in
time for the world's fair, to be hold
in that city in 1892, a huge iron
arch from which the spectator could
"luok down on Eiffel's structure."
In favor of the arch it is urged that
it would be a real ornament to tlie
city, instead of being liko the Paris
tower, simply big and long, but do.
void of beauty. Tho proposal meets
with favor, and may soon result in
practical steps being taken towards
carrying it out. Whether some
other oity may not attempt to surpass New York by a taller structure
will depend muoh on whether the
arch pays as an attraction to pleasure seekers, and perhaps a little on
how far the mental balance of the
people ean deviate from the horizontal under the influence of a useless
craze.    	
From experiments made in Richmond, Va., with electric heaters, it
seems probable that a passenger
coach can be kept warm at an ex-
pense of two eents an hour, tho current being supplied by a dynamo on
the locomotive or tender.
for MM
Miss Perbles
WILI, HOLD A
BAZAAR and FANCY FAIR
2nd, 3rd and 4th of October.
IIT HEB ZPRBIwEIS-CS on CO____-_T_iJ_-BTJ_. ST.
Tho store will bo illuminated irith Chineso Lanterns nnd thrown open to tho
Jiublic frotn 8:30 a. m. till 11 p. m. Tlio storo has boon enlarged and is now 70 feet
ong. An ORCHESTRONE nnd other valuable articles will bo rallied for nt the
close of tlio Bazaar.
NOTE THE ADDRESSi-Coliimlsiii Street, opposite tlie
Bank of Montreal. scSdwlm
F. G. STRICKLAND & CO.
iricii
Vincennea, Ind., has just produced an original judge. A saloon
keeper was to bo tried beforo hfiu
for selling liquor without a lioense,
and the ease had excited so much
intorest that a crowd was oxpeeted
to ho present Accordingly the judgo
hired n hall and chargod all spoctu
tors 10 cents admission.
We have the Largest and Finest Stock of
CARRIAGES, PHAETONS, HANDY MARKET & CHURCH WACONS
IN THE MARKET. AU OUR RIGS ARE FULLY GUARANTEED.
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water on the Market.
The above will be delivered in Now
WestminBter twice a woclc. Leavo orders
With P. O. McOAUTNEY,
Oom mission Agent,
Douglas Bt,, Now Westminstor.   ujlyfllc
EXHIBITION BUILDING
Musi mnke it known to ti.B Secretary
At an Early Date.
T. R. PEARSON,
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Repairs of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
F. G. STRICKLAND & CO.
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Dried Meats, Canned Goods, Fruits
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Columbia SI reel, Nuw Westminster.
A young man who oommitted
suicide at Leeds left behind him an
extraordinary letter, in which he
said : "I am going to commit suicide on Friday morning, so I want
to be buried on Dank holiday (Monday), so that I shall disappoint my
cousin Annie, who is to be married
on that day, so thero will be a fun-
oral instead of a wedding. I hopo
you will attend my funeral. I will
meet you in heaven."
President Harrison met a league
pitcher tho other day, and was treat-
as a social equal. The pitcher showed no haughtiness, but, on the othor
hand, was kind, attentive, and considerate. The common poople, who
always like to seo the great unbend,
looked on with pleasure, for all men
felt that in the courtesy paid to their
ohief magistrate was an implied
acknowledgement of their own equal*
ity with the pitcher. The president
was greatly pleased. He told Secretary Halford that if the lenguo
pitcher had been an applicant for
the Sangamon post-office, he couldn't
have been moro respectful. And
that particular pitcher had just been
sold for |5,000 by tho Dodge City's
to the Keokuks, too.—Boston Transcript.
Children Cryfor Pitcher1'Castoria
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•VHittlsfnctloii guaranteed.     dwfe7to
Plants for Sale!
ORDERS TAKEN FOR FRUIT AND
ORNAMENTAL TREES,  Including
ull ibe loading varieties nf
Apples, Pcnrs, Plums* Cherries*
 ALSO	
Sll i 1.1. FHI'ITS of every description.
li-Mit-nci-', **Vi-'usIIih nnd Cr-iMci* made
to order.
ddwnpsyi p. LATHAM.
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANUKACTDHIUtS  09
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON
*fA*H.
,ii:iisim:'.i mosk (up-staihs),
1'ltoxT Strkkt,       Nkw Westminster.
SAAMCH MILLS!
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANUFACTUUEI'S  OK
OATMEAL
Uy Use Latest Improved l'rocoss.
I"? ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILLS nl Nisrlll Siiiinlrli.
OFFIOB * WAREHOUSES Vlciorla.
dmhaissssi
Canadian Pacific Railway,
PACIFIC DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
j/~|WNERS AND MASTERS OF VES-
\J Belxmid other Graft navigating lhe
Franer River uro cautioned lo keep Within
tlio IIho.vh piilitti-d ited mid White, re-
dpeotlvely-nt iho Mission Bridge, ns during tlio eonstrinitlon of tho Bridge, navigation betweon the bunks of the River
and the Buoys Ik dangerous, owing to ntlen
being driven there,
H. ABBOTT,
General superintendent.
Vancouver, II. C, 7th Mny, 18811. dmy81o
HAVING JOST OPENED IN THE
nbovo lini', werespeclfullyi-ollcltH
share of tlio trado, nml trust byonreful
attention lo ordors nnd moderate charges
to merit the same. Experienced workmen; Kilt-if nd [mi guaranteed.
F.siiiiiiili's furni-ihcd fordiilv-iiils-i-il Iron
Cornice, I'oi.iinj*, Plumbing- unx-ill ting,
Stenm find Hot Water Heal lug, Ac.
k-B" Eulrmuio to premises on Mnry St.,
in ronr of Bank of B. O. dwm hOto
TO SMOKERS.
IP YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
■    CIGAlt, ASK FOE TIIE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
o*.T,„ MAINLAND.
jETThey are not only made of the
Choicest Tobacco but thoy aro of
lloiue Jtluiiurnctiirc* and should be
patroiiinijil by all good citizens,
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HOIjIIHOOK DU1LDINO,
COLUMDIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwl7noly
STOVES! STOVES!
•G-0    O-Oi
E. S. SCOULLAR 1 CO.
Cheap Cooking Stoves & Ranges!
DON'T FORGET THE ADDRESB:
later & Wis Sts,, Vancouver,        .olumbia St., Kev WesiminsUr
•OB,   TO-
SAMUEL MELLARD,  •  CHILLIWHACK,
Whom wc have appointed our sole agent for our celebrated
Stoves ia that district. Mr, Mellard will supply our Stoves at
New Westminster prices. dwnoiyi
THIS SI'ACR BKLONflS TO
H. T. READ & CO.
HAI1DWA11K MEltOHANTB.
BUGGIES!     BUGGIES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A CAR IjOAW OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring ilclaugklan
MK TCJ MO-- **» M MS
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
fgr The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.-fgj
ilwopBtc
Tleici tSo Ourrie.
Mice of Removal
M.A.McRAE,
MERCHANT TAILOR
Bogs to announce that ho hus
removed to storo in
LONDON MAEKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBACH,
(SUCCESSORS TO W. B. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Bacon, Sausage, Bolognas* Etc
dnolyl
Tenders Wanted.
TENDERS WILL HE RECEIVED IIV
tlie uiHioislKiied up to Mnlssnl.*, lib
Inst., for tbo construction ol is Wliiir?,
1'lisns mi'l spcclllcntlims cun bo scon nt
our olllci', Prosit street.
MATHERS Jt MILLICIAN.
Now Westminstor, Sept 3,1883.      so3td
IT111B HUTTING of the nbove Court Is
I postjsoneilfromWednesda'',Se|il.J1li,
to WEDNESDAY, 8«pl. Illh.
W. U. FALDINO.
rouJJtd Ite«l!lHsr,
TO PURCHASERS.
THK LIB PKNI'KNH PLACED ON MY
property by llolo nr	
Coll linn Imon rumo-veri,
• by Hole nml Corboulil A Mo*
Tioveil.
MUM. EMMA GOLD,
W. BREDEMEYER, DR, PH.
(Lata Partner of John MoVlakor)
MINING ENGINEER, U.8, A PROVINCIAL BURVEYOM, 4 ASSAYEB.
Masonic Tkmplk Blook, Vamcouvkk,
itr: t. Col.
•rllellnhle reports, un-lerground our-
voyriiimi ninpHof inlnon ezeouted nt low
niton. An-uiya mndo on all KIikIn of min*
ernlH.-fold ami silver bars. Thirty yenrs'
eiperlenoe In mining In Asia, Knropo
nnd United States or America, Npenfes
ten languages. Assays from a dtilanoe
promptly attended lo. Address Vanooa*
ver, tt O. ddalTte
Oppoatto Masonlo lluilditig,
COLUMBIA STREET.
SOLICI'I'INa A CONTINUANCE OF
l'DBUO PATKONAQK.
dwsnb28lo
C.E.
Und Stlim-i.
A. C. CAMBLE
NOTAI. PUItl*.
Woots-MMls
LAND SURVEYORS,
NjlUBUtUlWil
AND CONVEYANCERS.
-A.a-'ax'rTS roB
FIUB* -The Weitern of Toronto/The Mt-
nn, The City of London, and Tho Hnrt*
ford.
MFR-Tho New York Lifo Inunmnoe Co.
ACCIDKMT-Tho Travellers' of Hartford
Land Surveying In nil Its branches no-
ourntely and nromptly curried out,
OUr and Suburban Lands for Snle.
Wa ean show 11 completo lint of denlrnlila
loonllllCH.
FarmingLriiiIi, improved nnd unimproved, throughout the district.
Mining and other Stock bought and
sold.
Honei* to Loan on first mortgage at
low rates. 	
Tbi.bi'honk Call No, 83,
P. 0. Dkawkii W.
WOODS,TIIUNKRAGAMBLK,
Ornoi, Ilum-i Blook,  •  Columiia Stout
NBW WESTMINSTER
drahMta
Look! Look!
NEW GOODS! NEW OOODS!
We nro now iii-lu to i.H'er the Lurgent und
Fluent Stock of
ImportedTweeds
Worsteds,   Beavers,   Meltons, Fancy Striped Partings, Overcoatings, &c.
JUST AHHlVI'l).
The only wuy to form any nny Idun of tho
ijimntlty and qunllly of these Goods
Is to cnll und look, wholhoryou
want nnythlng or not.   Como
nnd be miliwdoil.
beggs&Theard,
Leading Merchant  Tailors,
1 Door Wost of lilcklnsou's llntcber Hliop,
ilmlilyI        88 C01.UMIIIA STREET.
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Htreet, New Westminster.
II,
U
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS & all kinds of Woolen Goods
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
-£3? The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmhjotc
Farmers, Attention!
THE IINIIKIISIONEII HAS
FOR SALE
Chilliwack, B. C.
31 Farm Wagons.
18 Buck Boards.
I Snail well matched 4-year old
Black Horses.
3 Simile Driving Horses.
II Cows and Calves.
10 Head Steers.
I Trotting Wagon.
Itr A Full Lino ol Cooking Stoves,
Heating Stoves, Tinware, Hardware,
Groceries, Dry Good's, Notions, Crook*
ery k Stoneware, Clothing, Hats k Caps,
Drugs, l''anii Implements, Houso Furnishings, Furnituro, anil tlio Largest Line
of Boots and Shoes above Westminster
and tho moat Completo Stock of General
Merchandise.
COMK   AND   EXAMINE   AND BE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS.
jriMAwgm
ROYAL OITT
Planing ilk Oompany, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MANUKAOTLMUaiH AMI UKAI.KIIS IN
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
J_JST23  ALL  KLIirrsS  OF
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows,
Mouldings. Balusters,
Blinds, Brackets.
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
Vancouver Cily Foundry I Machine Works to.
(X-IMITBTO)
Engineers, Boiler Makers, and Iron and Brass Founders
HAVING GREATLY INCREASED THEIR PREMISES AND MACHIN-
ery, ure in a position to undertake tho construction and repairs of Marine
und Stationary engines and Boiler*, milling, Mining and Cannery
Machinery, as well as Castings] and ForglngS of overy description.
Estimates given i all work guaranteed.
D. CARTMEL, A. MoKILVII,
Ok-UKAI. MalUtlKH. dwjllj-to HnBANlOAL MAHAim--, VOLUME VII.-NO. 69.
DAILY BRITISH OOLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B, 0., SEPTEMBER 7, 1889.
WAS'IT/A MURDEB?
Horrible Experience of a PamouiJ
.*** English Surgeon."
■i
Why Sir George McDonald   Onco Upon a
Time Gave  Up  the  Practice  of HU *
Profession for Fivo Yuan-Dls-'"""'
looting a Living Man.
Wlion the Duke 0/ Sutherland was on hiB
way to Florida last fall ha had with him a
nit-ilitiul gentleman who, besides his great
ltmuvlcdga of modicino, was a flret-class
raconteur. He amused the Duke's, party
wtth many anecdotes of English celebrities,
suys tbe Atlanta Constitution. One'day he
told the following story to' explain' why Btr
George McDonald, tho celebrated surgeon,
hinl given up tho practice of his profession
for five yoars just when five years' practice
wos most valuable to him. -*\---^
■•When Sir Georgo McDonald," he said,
"bej;au his medical career the fates seemed
to smilo ou blm. From the timo he entered
Edinburgh University he was recognized as
a man of genius, and the great eminence to
which lie has raised himself was confidently predicted both by his professors and his
fellow b indents. He knew that a few years
lifter ho graduated a professor's chair
would be waiting for him, and in the still
moro distant futuro wero visions of wealth
mid honor incalculable. Suddenly it was
n't .-ji-ted through Edinburgh that McDonald,
iho promising young surgeon, was suffer-
ng from norvous prostration, and thon the
nows followed that he had thrown aside his
brilliant career and would praotice the pro-
reunion no more. The news was true.' One
night McDonald went home an enthusiastic
surgeon, and when next seen he was evidently born down by some groat Becret
::: ici, and tho mention of a surgical operation scorned to fill him" with horror. - He
went abroad and for flvo years he remained
a wanderer without occupation. Then he
wild persuaded to return to Edinburgh and
resume his profession. ^
"Ono aftornoon as Dr. McDonald was
leaving the lecture hall of the university he
wits approached by a well known purveyor
or luibji'uts and told that a man had died
suddenly tho day before of what was sup*
por,(.A to be heart disease, and for a certain
t-oinilderatlon tho body might be obtained.
-. Afior a fow minutes' conversation Mc-
* 1 )■ .-.uld walked on and the purveyor hurried
oil to utteud to his ghastly business.':
"That night, just as the moon was "rising
ovor the top of tho Edinburgh houses, an
a, .'Mt'ontly empty wagon, with two men on
tbo soat^ drove up to Pr. McDonald's house.
After a careful look about ono of the men
gtivo a low whistlo, and almost immediately
a window on the ground floor was opened,
Against this window the wagon was backed,
and the two man lifted a long,-heavy
object* wrapped ln a sheet, and passed It
Into tlio house, Tlie sound of money chong-
liig hands followed; then tho window was
closudaud the wagon waa drivenJiastUy
a way, v**»
*'Iu lifting tho heavy bundle the wrap*
plugs bad been disturbed, and when Dr.
MuDonuld turned from closing the window
iho moonlight was shining on the pallid
> fnco of a corpso.  Quickly he lit a number
of lights aud thon drew a heavy curtain.
Front ouo side of the room he pushed a long
liihlo, on which wero dark stains, showing
thnt. it had beon used many times beforo.
tin this he lifted his purchase and carefully
examined It.  It was the body of a man
in   tho   prime   of   life,    and   exoept
that    ' rigor    mortis' .. had   set s in,
and tbat every joint was like a'bar
of iron, the man looked as though he were
asleep. Tlioro were no signs of wasting disease.  Eis face was full, end, exoept for
its ghastly pallor, looked as it did in lifo.
1. wus evident tlio man hud died suddenly,
mid heart dlsoase wbb the dootor's specialty.
From a chest McDonald brought his instruments nnd glasses, hiB little basins and
■pon,'<'!'., and laid thom out in ordor hy the
sido of tho corpso.   The subject died of
heart disease, and so tho heart was tho part
to bu examined.   Just as the knlfo touched
tbo man's breast Dr. McDonald sprang baok
with iv startled look.  Was it possible that
) tlio eyelids bud quivered 1  No; It was only
E01110 passing draft which bad mado tho
light flicker ovor the dead faco, but still he
1 would mnko Buro.  There -wiWno pulse,
every thing proved tho man was doad be-
■ yond peradvonture.   Then he proceeded
. with bis dissection.   Slowly nnd carefully
' ho removed tho outer Bkin,  Then two ribs
, and a part of the breast bono were taken
r out und laid aside.   At last tho diseased
heart, which hod been tho causo of death,
1 lay revealed.  All this had taken time and
tbo doctor was hungry.  He put hts instru-
1 meals aside and from a closet produced a
lunch which ho ato, throwing occasional
glunooB at tho body on the tablo. Whoa ho
had finished ho resumed his work, Tho
i heart to be proporty examined must he ro*
moved, nnd this he proceeded to do. Hocut
round tho groat organ of life and was
about to tako It from the body when he
cliiinccdtoloukup. Then slowly and as if
overy movement was a physical torture he
Btralglitoned himsolf, Tho hair on his head
I began to me uud Ids eyes wero riveted ontho
fituil of tha subject. The last time he noticed
tlni6 frtoo tho oyes wore olosed, and it was
tho cxprasulouluBs faco of the dead; now
11! 1 * vus changed. Tho eyes were open and
wore glaring ut him with a horrid expres-
si hi of reproach. At tho same Instant tho
b<niy on tho table roso slowly to a sitting
IHiojuro, und the perfect stillnoss of tho
1, .11 nivmed broken by a single whispered
word, 'murderer.' Wtth his eyes glued to
ths imitlluicd form Dr. McDonald staggered
ii:"!{ until liofelt the wall behind him and
fvuitlreiroutno further. For full two boo*
ti ;!.i llicso eyt-s glared at the dootor, and
t'.-iiii'Hcumedto rosound with thatawfal
i: r.i.-.ution. In that time he realized tbat
■miu never lind been dead, and had
iv ti und felt overy event of that horrible
fit. Then tho mutilated body fell back,
it k ufier shriek filled the houso. Tbo
>ping ruiuity, awakened by this dreadful
id, rusliod down. Thoy found PivMc-
inkl just outside his oflico doer, with his
ni-ma streidied out, barring the passage.
'Don't go ltd Don't go inl* ho shrieked,
and 1 lieu fell insensible Before daylight
the Ktma two men backed their wagon
itguiiisttbo doctor's window, acd tho bun*
tl";', w fiiiiped in a shoot, was pusedoutto
ihi'iti, hut Dr. McDonald was delirious up*
H.'
I-'.;
D.ii
^ 8011m Famous Suicidal,'
E Tho following aro some of tbe moro noted
suieldcs of which mention is made in history. Thoso do not savor muoh of insanity,
bu! rut hor of stole philosophy: Cato
stubbed himsolf rather tban llvoundortho
despotic reign of Ctosar; Thomlstoclos
ii-i-.lined himself rather than lead tho Per-
ai -na against his countrymen; Zono, whon
ninety-eight, hung himsolf because he hod
I'll ids finger out of Joint, and Hannibal
ami Mltlirldates poisoned themselves to escape being taken prisoners. When we
t-ciu'eh Scripture wo find that Saul, rathor
thun full into tho hands Of the Philistines,
ceuumiuded his iirmor-bearor to hold his
sword tlmt ho might plunge upon it Ham*
sou, im-tlm sake of being revenged upon
hm c 11 em los, pulled down the house in
Which theywofl) reveling and "died with
them;'' uud Judas Iscariot, after soiling
tbe Miivieur for thirty pieces ot silver, waa
overcome by remorse "and went and hanged
himself."
j. " ■— —■— -
There need be no further exouie for allowing your umbrella to drip down the neck
of your dearest friend tn a rain-storm or
running amuck of the hurrying wayfaror
coming from the opposite direction, says the
Clothier and Furnisher. Tho rainy day
collision ts one of the greatest profanity
provokers of wot weather, and the Englishman who invented tho glass window, by
which one's course in a storm may be
i-ii: l'i ed, deserves tho thanks of Christian
men throughout tho world. This window
corii-ii-.iB of a small oval plooe of glass, with
a brass or silvor frame, which Is easily
mm; ii tod In a rib of the umbrella, while It is
Ui-ed to the silk by sewing it through tho
littlo perforated holes in tho framo. Those
windows can be placed in now or old vim-
lu-i'il sin a munuor whleh will not lujuro
ihe fabric In tho least. As to whothor tbe
uiuiiivili. will roll up tightly has not, How*
over, boon made apparent.	
THE   BOOMER'S  WAYS.
How an  Old Fiumur "Was Cured of tliu
"City Fever." --**•#
Watcbitowatohlt, Kan., is one of tho cities
of tlio West that has enjoyed n genuine
'boom 5" a word which stands for a Btuto
of tilings in which prices soar, whilo people
loso their heads, nnd with thom, very often,
their money. Everything"rushes." Every
man is a "rustler," or ft "hustler," and the
atr is full of schemes for making thousand-*
inn day. During the excitement in Watch-
itowntcbit, when land was selling ut fabulous prices, nn old farmer drovo into the
oity uml hunted up a real estate agent for
tho pni'ji so of making a trade, says tho
youth's Companion. •*-■«*•
I've got a farm that I want to trade'for
a city lot," he explained. "My oldest girl
wants a taste of city life and the excitement» of the great metropolis, ns sho culls
I'm sii'.isiied with the farm myself, but
the women folks want to live In town."
'Very well, sir," Bays the agent, blandly,
"wo can Bult you. About how high a flguro
can you go?"
Well, ubout a threo-thousand-doll ur lot.
My farm is worth all of that."
"Call around this afternoon," said tho
agent, "and I will take you to soo some of
tho finest city lots in Wntchitowntohit."
Promptly at tho timo fixed tho old mun
presented himself at the oflice of the agon t,
whoso team was at the door, a spun of
horses and a buggy.
"Get right in, and we'll ride out to tbe
lots," ho said, politely.
'How far Is it?" askod the farmer, wondering if the city lots wero so far apart tlmt
two horses and a buggy were necessary to
get to them.
"Oh, not vory far," replied the agent, ns-
surlngly.
Thoy got Into the buggy and the agent
drovo rapidly through the main avonuo of
tbo city. The farmer kept glancing at tho
fine business blocks and wondering whon
the th roc-thousand-dollar lot would ho
reached.
Soon tho avenuo began to mergo into tho
prairio rond, tho houses grow furthor and
farther apart, until thoy finally disappeared,
and tho agent and tho farmer woro riding
through iho opon prairio dotted occasionally
with farm buildings, and Btill tbo agont
urged his horses, as if he woro anxious to
get buck to his offlco before dark. "Woll,
well," thought tho turnier, "this is tho
great metropolis, is it?"     - -
Finally, after driving some ten miles, the
agent drow rein beside a piece of unbroken
prairio, whore just above tho grass could
be scon rows of rod-painted stakes driven
In to designate tho lines of house lots. The
pieco covered about fivo acres,
"Therol" said the agent, with a grand
sweep of his hand, "thoro is one of the
linest city squares In the market This
corner lot hore, twenty-five feet front, ts
quoted at three thousand fivo hundred dollars. We will let you have It for three
thousand dollars, the value of your farm."
'Mister," said tho agriculturist', slowly
getting down out of the buggy, "do you soo
that farm-houso about two miles bnck on
the road we've just como over, toward the
city? That is my farm, and I don't know
as I want to trade to-day for this city lot. I
think if I start now I shall get buck thero
about mllkln' timo. I'vo got all 1 want out
af this boom." -•■    '■■
HOW TO  MAKE BEDS.
■*-. .  ,
Instruction Wlileh Is Badly Needed In
Numerous Households.
It is doubtful whethor moro thnn balf tho
housekeepers in the land know how to mako
up a bod in tbo right way, simple as tbo
operation may appear, writes Maria Purloa
In the Housewife. It is necessary that tho
springs nnd mattresses be evon, that tbo
shoots bo long enough, aud that tho
blankets bo long enough, too. Tho sheets
should bo ubout eight foot long.
First, uir tho bod well. This Is douo by
opening tho window, spreuding the
blankets, shoots nnd counterpane on separate chairs, turning up thu muttrosscs,
dialling up tho pillows and bolster nnd plnc-
Ing them in a current of air, and, if possible, in tho sunshine. Indeed, If all tho
bedding could bo placed whero It would get
ho benefit of a good Buu-batb, ll would bo
much 1, weetci* anil morn ht-'-.UllIUl. A Sloop
ing-room Bhould havo nothing in It which
tho sun can damage.       •* ■
Let the room and bedding air for an hour
at least; better, two or three hours. Noxt
got the mattresses perfectly level und ovon
311 the springs. Shake tho bolster un til Uio
feathers nro evenly distributed and than
placo it on tho bod, flattening it a littlo on
the surfaco. Now spread tho under sheet
smoothly ovor tho mattress and bolster, being enroful to huvo enough murgiu for tucking under tho bolster. Tuck tho cloth under
tho mattress nt tho sides and foot. Noxt
spread the top shoo t on tbo bed, being careful to tuck a generous piece under the mattress at tho foot. Nothing is moro annoying than to hnvo thb covering drawn off tho
feot In tho night, yet this Is likely to happen
ut uny timo if the uppor shoot is not tucked
at least a foot undor tbo mattress,
Aftor tho top shoot como the blankets.
If thoy aro doublo, havo the opening
como at tho hoad of the bed; then, if it bo*
-ionics too warm in tho night, half of tho
jlnnkot can without troublo be thrown
lack, whereas,If tbo closed cud beat the top
mc is obliged to got up to make tho change.
;t is surprising how ofton this llttio point in
-.ousekooplng is overlooked, ovon in houses
whert one expects tho bost of management.
Whon tbo blankets nro on, put on tho
sprend, taking pains to get it perfectly ovon
and smooth. Tuck the spread in at tho foot
and tuck tn betweon tbo springs mnd nldo-
pfeco of tho bed tho top sheet, blankets nnd
spread, getting tho sides perfectly smooth
Now turn tho spread bnck so that it shall
como ovon with tho bottom of the bolster.
Turn the blanket back on this, and turn
tho shoot last To bave tho horn como
right side up when folded baok, tho sheet
should bo spread with the right aide down.
Seo tbat all tbo linos are straight, and placo
the pillows on tholr sides on tho bolster.
Doubtless many renders will consider
this as exceedingly elementary, but thero
seems to be much need of just such Instruction ln many households.
Why the Governor of Oregon WIU Not
Wear n 8wnU0w-Tn.II.
A story ts told In tho Portland Orcgonlan
by an Eastern gentleman, who was lately iu
that city, about Govornor Pennoyer when
ho attended the centennial of tho adoption
of tho constitution at Philadelphia sovoral
years ago. It ended with a banquot, at
which flvo hundred covers were laid.
Oregon's Governor was Invited to attend,
and was deliberating whether to go when
ho mot John A. KasBon, of Iowa.
"Kusson," ho said, "Is evory man who at*
tends tho banquet expected to wear a
swallow-tail coat!"
"Most assurodly, Governor.'*
•'Thon I don't think I will go. I have not
worn a swallow-tail for about thirty years,
and I will neither buy nor borrow one for
to-night."
"Oh, but you must come." said Kasson.
Governor Pannoyer agreed to attend tt
Governor Larrabco, of Iowa, n "plain man,"
would go; bo Oregon's Executive and Kusson wont to the Iowa Govornor's quarters
to ask him what he intended to do.
"Govornor Larrabco, are you going to
tho banquet to-night?" asked Govornor
Pennoyer when tho room was reached.
"I am, Blr."
•'Will you wear a swallow-tail coat!"
"Not much."
"Thon wo go together."
Governor Pennoyer and Governor Larrabco wero assigned to seats noar each
othor. Whon tho feast was at ite height
and champngno was sizzling, and waiters
wearing claw-hammer coats wore darting
horo and thoro with savory dishes, tbo Gov*
ornor of Orogon oast his oyos ovor tho assembled diners, every ono of whom was ln
ovening dross, and turning to his friend
from Iowa, solemnly romnrkodi "Govornor, wo nro the only two men in the room
who enn bo distinguished from tho wait-
ers."
Governor Pennoyor's last appearance in
u swallow-tall coat was in 18flO, wlion ho
wus teaching school ln Portland. Ho wore
it whan lie »l tended church on his llr^l-tun*
day In iho oity, and wus no rioWhbd wlion
ho discovered tho wide swath hoAvnn cutting in tho .backwoods town ot tlio curly
days thut betook tlio ilret opportunity to
present tho coat to a farmer who lived nour
// Made
flother Strong
"By mother bos beci
using I'AIHE'S CEmnl
Compound for neirom
prostration, accompan
led by melancholia,
eta, and It has dom
her a world of good
It 13 tlio only meal
that strength
ens the nerves.'
Q. II. Bkees,
Orblsonia*
Pa.
" I am ln my fi4th year. Haw been afflicted li
aeveral ways-could not sleep, hod no appetite
no courage, low spirits. I commenced using
Palne's celery compound, and felt relict iron
the third dsy atter using it I now have a good
appetite andean Bleep well. My spirits and
courage aro almost like those of a young man,*
8. C. Kineah), D. D., Gonzales, La,
Paine's
Celery Compound
Strengthens and builds up tbe old. and cure*
their Infirmities. Hheumatlsm, Indigestion and
nervousness yield quickly tothe curative powei
ut Palne's celery Compound.
A Perfect Tonlo and Invleorator, Ik
OIVES NEW LIFE.
"I am now 09 years old and havo tried several
remedies, but nono had any effect until I usee
Fame's Celery Compound. I feel entirely dlf
ferent for tho siiort time I have used tt. I cos
walk uearly straight, sleep sound and well, and
fool as though thero was new life and enem
coming Into my whole system."
11. Myucs, Cleveland, Tenn.
Pnlnc's Celery Compound la of uneqnaled
mino to women. It strengthens the nerves,
rt'fiulates tlio kidneys, and has wonderful powei
In curing tho painful diseases with wbloh wo
men so often silently suffer.
(l por bottle. Six for $5. At Druggists
Wells, Richardson & co        Moxtiul.
OIAMOHB OYES &** _T^tf&
YOUR BABY ffiSBSBStm
W. C. LOYE,
Soot and Shoe Ifek
neiinirtiiK Neatly Done.  Cork Sole
Work a Spec Ult*-*.
worriers promptly attended to,
ClnrkNon St., In rear of Colonial Ho*
t*l,no-*t to Band llros,' offlce, dnolto
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
Temple of Music I
Is the Placo tn Buy First*''lass
PIANOS anD ORGANS
Al siioii 1'rlccs uml Tonus ns will Suit
Any lU'nsoiiiiblc Buyer.
For prico, and lerms, apply lo OAR-
TKIVB TEMPI* OF MUSIC.
Vnuconvcr, 11. C.
230 HusUl'lf- Rl. Wl'KI. ilfipIOtc
rittVOVE" FIOM SAJtKlOH TO VlOTOslAl
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
sliiilsSOnsO VICTORIA, 11. 0.
fUnnf*--.!
330-33'2 COK1I0VA STIIEET,
VANCOUVEK,B.C.
Importers and Dealers In
MACHINERY
OP ALL DESCBITIONS,
MARINE WORK~A SPECIALTY.
dwilcaote   	
Lund iteictstry Ordinance, 1870
Tho S. 13, J of Section 18 nnd tho N. E.
J of Section 7, Township 8, Now Weat*
minster District, and part (1 acre) of
Lot No. 0, Block XII, New Westniin
ster Suburbs.
I17HEBEAS TIIE CERTIFICATES OI''
VV     Title of ClI,\Hi.I-H  McDosoUOH lo
the ubo**o mentioned liorldltnments have
liofii lost i»r destroyed, and whereas application hns been made to mo for the lian-
nueo nf dnplionto of Certificates of Title In
thosteiidof I hoso so lost or destroyed;
Nolle.'!'- hereby given Unit nucli dupll-
cntd CertlOcntea will be 1-nucit nt the ox-
piriition orotic montb from dale,iinIc**H
m the meantime valid objection to tho
eontnirv lie mndo lo me In writhis.
T. 0. TOWNLEY,
District Registrar.
Lund Ilcj-lslry Olllcc,
Mew Westminster, 24th August, 1880.
dttuMml
•N-OTIOEL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
wo linve applied to tho Hon, Minister
of the Interior for Ilcenso to cut timber
nn (ho following Inndsi
Commencing at Ihe north-east corner nf
Lot ss.1, Group 1, New Wostmlnster District; thence due norlh to the south llneof
tho Alnndyvillo Coninnny'H limit; thence
cast nlons the Mouth boundary of said
limits to the westerly boundary of Heetlon
Ul, Township HO; tlieneo smith nlongtho
Bald westerly boundary to the soutli*wcst
corner of section in; tbence east along (lie
south boundary of snld section to tlio
westurly bunk ot the Coquitlnm rlvor:
thenco southerly and following the said
westerly hank to the northerly boundary
of Lot _m. Group 1; thenee westerly Along
tho said northerly boundary to the northwest corner of said lot; I hence due west to
thoeuHtorly boundary of Lot .'W1,; thence
north along said limmdary to plnco of
beginning; containing lualH20acres.
Also—Claim No, 2, t'oniiiienclnunt the
north-west comer nf Stave Lake; thenoe
west 80 chains; thenco south 80 ohalns;
thonce cost 40 chains, to tho share of the
Inke; llience following tha shore to plnco
of roni men com cut-ii tion t 4sS0 acres, more
nrlcss.
HOY AI CITY PLANING MILLS UO.
[Limited |.
John Hendkv, Mannaer.
New Westminster, Aug. 24,1881),
IsTOTXCE.
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1)0 days nfter date I intend applying
totho Chief Commissioner of Lnnds nnd
Wnrks for perm lesion to Iciibo Uio following doner! bed Inntlst
1. Comtnnnclngatiipost nn Values Island, on lho north side nf the unsurveyed
channel, running theuce north -io (ihiilus;
west HO chains, to comor of  Lriiiny A
Kyle's timber olslmt thonco west along
their lino 00 chains- mhiIIi HO chulns, lo
shore; thonco following shoro to point of
commencement,
2, Commencing at a post ou Vnldez Island, nn the south side of the unsurveyed
channel, opposite a channel known ns
Hole In lhe Wall, running thenee south
70 chains; wesl MoliiiHiS] sooth 21) chains*
west UIO ohnlm.; norlh Hi chains, to suoroj
thenoe along the shore to. point of commencement, ,   ,
!). Commend ngnla post 40 olinlns enst
of Indian Reservonn HaniHiiy Arm; thence
smith ftOchnliis; enst 80chains; imrllr-'il
chains; onittfiOohnlnR north 10 chains;
enstioochains; norlh60chains: wcstino
chains; south 10chnlns; we-t 80cha ns;
smith BO chains; west 80 chulns; south GO
chains, to place of commencement,
4. Commendngnt post lfi chains from
SOUth-WeSt corner Of post of the Moodyvllle Saw Mill Co.'s limits, nt the hesd of
Maluspina Inlet; thence south 20 chains;
AiaillSpilll.  lint", liitniuii nuum ill viiitiitnj
west 40 chains; south 40 chnlns; east 80
ch'ns; north 40 chains: oa*:t7'ielmlns: north
00 chains: west fl-*} chains; south 40 chains;
westw chnlns, to place of commencement. HESltY V. EDMONDS.
Now Westminster, lfith Aug.. 1880.
dauMml
British Columbia
Tho Annual Exhibition of the
Will bo Hold at tho NEW EXHIBITION  BDILDINO,
Queen's Park
Inthe GHyof
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
and FRIDAY,
OCTOBER 2ND, 3RD & 4TH, '89.
$7000 - $7000
XXV PRIZBS
For Exhibition   and  Sports.
In connection with this Exhibition will
be the opening of Queen's Park and an
extensive programme of SPORTS and
GAMES, PROCESSIONS, FIRE-WORKS,
Ac, under direction of tho Citizens' Committee.
All entries for the Exhibition must he
mode with the Secretary beforo noon on
TUESDAY, October 1st.
All (stock and other exhibits from south
of the river will bo carried across on the
steam ferry, fiii-:i* oi* cilAliaB, and drays
will be found at railway stations and
wharves to convoy exhibits, kkke, to tho
Grounds,
Special Uednccil Bates will bo given on
nil railways and steamers to persona am
exhibits coming to the Exhibition.
As It Is expected the attcudnneeat this
Exhibition will be very large, the Direct
tors hopo to scoan exhibition worthy of
tho resources of tlie province.
Further Information maybe had from
the prise lists [whieh will be sent free on
application], or from tbo secretary,
T. R. PEARSON,
SECRETARY,
Nbw Wkbtiunstek, Aug. 23,1880.
dwau24ml
a-*RjfiL.ieTr)
New Westminster, B. C.
Paring Prom-ill Aj-rimllaral Biliibilioi,
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
and FRIDAY,
OOT. 2nd. 3nl and 4th, 'BO
.:IM  llilira ill II
T
$7,000
IN PRIZES!
FOR SPORTS AND EXHIBITION.
Hl'ORTS TO CONSIST OK
Horse Racing, Yacht Racing,
Boat and Canoe Ilncliig,
Athletic Sports,
Lacrosse, Base-ball, Foot-ball,
Hose Keel Contest, and
Rifle Matches.
SCOTT! IMS
UNM-R THK At'Sl'ICWI OP TUB
ily,
GRAND TRADES AND SOCIETIES
PROCESSION
—ON—
Thursday Morning, Oct. 3rd.
Tto Magnificent Arches
Heproscnllntf tho Gioat Industries
of our Counlry.
Grand Ball!
 ON	
Wednesday Evening, Oot. 2nd.
OELKBHATION TO EN11 WITH
IMMENSE
Torchlight Procession!
OM Fit-.SER HIVEIt, Atill OBAND
MSl'I.AV OE
FIRE-WORKS
os, Frlil.)/ Bitiiisic on. .sit
Excursion Rates from all points.
n**TPor lull tsiformritlon ssnd Prlssss l&sl*
soo small bills.
•V.HTOWNSE-in,
Mnyor.
J. B. C. FHA8ER, Treuaiii-or.
___,,     II.T,MACKINTOSH,   ,
.instil Bcorotsry.
For Hire.
WO OR THREE TEAMS OF STRONG
WORKING HOUSES.
.    Apply to
ic-to   WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE.
T
Tenders for Fencing
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
the undersigned up to 8 p. m. on
MONDAY, the 0th lust., for the erection
of temporary fencing and other works tn
connection wilh tbo exhibition grounds
for the R. C. Agricultural Hnciety. Plans
and specifications at my offico.
Tbe lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
G. W. GRANT.
Architect.
WeBtmlnHtor.Bept, 0,18811. dse6td
In the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
In the Matter of the Goods of William
Mookk Campbell, Deceased.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i.1 all persons indebted to William
Momii-:CAMi-ui-:i-i„liile of Sumas, In the
District ot Nuw Westminster, deceased,
are requested to pay tho nmount of tholr
indebtedness to the undorsigued at New
WcKtmiuFiler forthwith, and nil persons
havingh claim against Die estate of tho
said deceased are required tn furnish particulars thereof, duly verified, within ono
month from this date.
Dated the 3rd day of September, A. D.
188(1.   CORUOULD, McCOLL A JENNS,
Solicitors forPlIffiBBCAMPIlBM.,
aej'dwl-wt-t Adminlslralrix.
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH MILK
Delivered Dully to Customers In all parts
of the Oity.
Hotels and Restaurants supplied at Special Rates by tho year.
FRESH ECCS
Delivered at Market Rales.
Orders left at M. SincIjAIii'h will be
promptly attended lo.
WEAVER * WOODWARD.
djcl;iyl Proprietors.
CROSS & POINGDESTRE,
Wholesale und Rota 1
TOBACCONISTS
CHOICE BRANDS OF
IMPORTED  CIGARS,
Finest Cigarettes,
Fancy Imported PIPES, POUCHES, CIGARETTE OASES, ETO.
Choice Smoking Tobacco
Tliossipson'sOltl Photo Onllery,
COLUMBIA STREET        NEW WESTMINSTER.
HI'MIC
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
S?iWAK?#iJiSi., IIPRIKTOBS
J.J.WILSON, - MANACER.
Rates, $1.00 and $1.50 per Day,
ACCOimiNII TO ROOM.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OR MONTH.
»»* Parties supplied wills all kinds ol
ICE-CREAM. dm.vWsO
•fcTOTIOB.
XTOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ri UO days from dato wo Intend to apply
to tlie Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to lease, for timbering purposes, the following desoribed
lands xflueted In New Westminster District!
Commencing at a squared post set on
tbe east side of n creek, nbout ono mile
from Us montb, situated north-westerly
from Wool ridgo Islanii, Howe Sound;
tbence north 40 chs„ west 10 cha., north
jOchs.-wostlOohs., nortb 150 cbs., west 80
chs„ north 30 cbs,, west 20 elm,, north NO
cbs., west 00 cbs., south 80 clis., eaut fiO
cbs., soutli 130cliH„ cast. 20 cbs., south 80
clis., enst ai cbs., sout ll SO ehs., east. 30 cbs.,
soutli •iOcliK., east-Webs., to place of com*
inenccment-contHltiiug 1U!H) ucrcs, more
or leu.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
[LUnlledJ.
.ToiinIIrnhhv, Manager.
Now Westminster, Sent, mil, 18S0.
dRCflml
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ri tlio partnership heretofore subslsl-
Inic between tho undersigned tinder the
flriu name of Comerford * McDougall,
Merchant Tullors, has been dissolved tbls
day by mutual consent. All accounts
owing the late Arm are to be paid to J. A.
McDougall, and all elnima against tho
said firm will be settled by blm.
T. COMERFORD.
J, A. MCDOUGALL.
New West., Aug, 81,1889,
Mr. J. A. McDougall
WILL  CONTINUE  THE BUSINESS
under bla own name, at llie same
store, on Columbia street,  next to F.
Crake's.  A contlnuauco or  the  publio
fiatronngols respectfully solicited. Satis*
action guaranteed. dwscSto
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Land ^ Investment Agency
( LIMITHO )
THOMAS ALLSOP, 1
HENHY s. MASON,        . miiKi-rons.
CUVI.ERA.llOI.I.ANIS, J
BEADOFFM'Ks
IS Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, ENG.
Tlio Business ol ALLSOP * MASON lins
beon uiorger! lis llie isliovo Compnny nnd
will lie curried on liy llio Compnny from
ItilHtlnte ns n (tenernl Land Investment
nnd Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low
Itiui'H. Town Lois and Farming Land,
for Snlo on easy terms.
Viclorln, n. O., Mny lOtli, 1887.  dwJlyS
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRYGOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT THE LOWE8T PRICE*.
LUNDBOHM'S BLOCK,
Caln-bL Mmt,      Kew Wntmlsuur.
noldwly
W. Ft. AUSTIN'S
Hay & Feed fiarM.
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
LEAVE ORDERS   AND   SETTLE  ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WIIAUF.
 dsnyiiUtc	
J.W. WINGER
BBALEIl IN
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
SAN JUAN LIME
Always ln Stook.
Orders left at tho C. P. N. Wharf will be
promptly delivered, dmliMc
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
Fid s Gin Dealer!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster. Brit. Col.
SW Highest Price paid for Fura and
Deer Hides.
Correspondence Invited.   t*-**LTe)ephono
jpbi
Ijatji
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot ok Douglas stiieet, Near
Columma Street.
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
F
IBKSH   BREAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., otc
Hotel nnd Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders promptly attended to nnd
delivered to nny part of tlie oity,  dmb28y
UlnientalMs
Cor. Columbia and Churoh Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col. I
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
Iu Marble or Granite of Best Quality.
COUNEIt    POSTS     AND    CURBING.
N. I!.—Just recoived—tbo finest nsnort-
meutof fi'-nirh ('ninllc M-iniimcntN ever
Heen n British Columbia, which will bo
aold at prices putliug competition out of
thb quostion.
dwmbsiyl ALEX. HAMILTON' PROP.
TIME    CARD.
o. ^. bt. oo.
The Fino First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Lenvo tho O. P, N. Co.'s Wlinrf,
Tuesday,Thursdays Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AND WAT PORTS,
Returning Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When miflh-lont  inducement  outers she
will proceed to HOPE nnd on such
occiislonH will leave her wharf
at la. ni,
Connecttagwith theC. P. N. Co.-nSteamer
for Victoria.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T. L, BBIGGS, Anent,
New Westminster. dnpSta
Time Table.
j-fegBl. Tni! STEAMER
sySrWBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVER WESTMINSTER overy Monday morning at 7 o'clock for Nannlmo, vhi Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
vln Vancouver.
Loaves Westminster overy Wednesday
at 7 a. in. for Nanaimo direct, connecting
Willi Island railway and Comox steamer.
Ij'-nves Nnnaimo for Vancouver on
Thursdays und Fridays and return*, snine
days,
I-envcs Nannlmo on Saturday nt 7 u. m.
for Wesimlimler direct.
For freight or passage apply 011 board,
or to T. L. Baiao**, C. P. N. wnurf.     dto
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Mearl- Vppo-lto tho Colonial Hotel,
NKW WESTMINSTER.
THB  LARGEST  AMI   CHOICKST
assortment of ntl rlcsovi-ittons of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats ftt the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICKS.
VlOTOBIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER l'OIt SALEl
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, 4c.
Rice Meal,
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses tt Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
****** REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwto   * SI  GolM-aa/v-sia Street.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDINO, MONT STREET)
PTIATiS***   Z1T
GENERAL MERGHAN1I
Constantly on Hnnd an Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Oats & f-aps,
Crockery, Glassware, de.
AOCJEUKT'S     Sb     BOYS'      SX7ITG
Great Variety of Household Artioles.   AIbo,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STORES,
M. B.—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission.  *».Order*
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. dwjestc
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"Oiai«i.iIM-r-ii-4.-M-o-UUn-slliM I OMtorlsearn Oollo, (krjHr-ttosi,
Ii-*comm,ndltMN-s-fior*ouT--r--s-rlDUoB I Sourfltomssils, Dl-rrhoM, Sri:otatlnn.
.ton*''?   TKl^'lt^^ |BlliiB^-,il«-J^fJ^I»«-"-*
111 «* (Wort f^Br«)lUj-*,ll.T.   |wsClliiioiton.ni»llo-Jloa
Tsrj* CnrrAtm Cos-pj-it. 77 Murniy Strwt, K. Y.
FOIlt'A'lTLK FEED.
slmb!*Bm6
The above brand of Chemically Puro WHIT-- LEAD is mixes!
and ground to an impalpable fineness by a new process invented and
controlled by us.   The Lead ia snow-white, works easy under the brush,
antl covers a greater surface than Leads ground in the old way.
THB WILLIAM J0HN80N CO.,
__AO__rX_S___-A_X-.
WANTED.
ONE   THOUSAND   COUDS   CEDAR
Holts, four to Heventeim feet long-—
Apply Io
dto  ROYAL CITY PLANING MIIAH CO.
Nortii British & Mercantile
FIBE
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
capital,   •  $15,000,(100.00
FJulisorlb.il Csspllull, as nt 81sl Dto,,ISSS,
SlVmflW. Flro Flllltl nnd Hesorvp, HI,-
212,723.  Not 1'rcmliMiis, ISSS, M,W910JJ.
OF LONDON.
Capital,    ■    $9,133,000.00
KATES  AB   LOW  AS   ANY  OTHEIt
COMPANIES DOING  BUSINESS
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
T. Or. TJl<SlXT_E23
Anent lor New Wostmlnster City
and Distriot. d{o22to
To k Francises, Cal,,
BY WAY OF THE
X.XBTXI.
THE MT.SjjASTA ROUTE.
WICKEB^TIMF^TIIANANYOTHER
New Westminster & Su Audn
CMND SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING OARS
For Aocommoilatlon ol Seoond-Olasss Pat-
.engers,aUnotie-l to Express Trains.
Fare fsDin Portlanil to SMrasn-nt<> anil
Snn Fsunolsoo-UnllmlteO. *SBj FI-jjJ.
olass (Limited), 120; Seoond-olal, (Ll-
THRUUak TICKETS to all point. Soutb
and East, via California.
TICKET OFFlOESs
Citv omoB, No. IM Cor. Flnt 4 Ald.i
Streets!
llBl'DT Officb. Cor. F A Front Street.;
Portland, Oregon,
B. KOEHLEB,       E. P. BOBEBS. _ ..
Manager.       AmI.O. F. Jt P. A'gi
-t-TOTTOEL
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll nil accounts due th<- undersigned
that nro unpaid on September inth will
be handed to my solicitors for collection.
Jie5td . D. MePHADEN.
New Westminster Boys' School.
APPLICATIONS, WITH SUCH TEST1*
mcnlnls us may be available,will be
recoived from malk TEAciiBBsonly.un*
til Thursday evening, lOtli September
Instant, for Qw pORttlon of First Assistant
of the Boys' School. Silnry, $63 per montb.
Address, JOHN HcKEN/IE,
Sec'y School Board.
New Wostm luster,
6th September, 1889.      seidtd
Mainland Her
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE BUBSCR1BF.IIS ABE NOV PREPARED TO TU11K OUT
DOUBLE AND SIN3I.E RI9S
At Special Low Kates,
Draying; and All M tf Teaming
Done at Shortest Notice.
Dry "Tori wood delivered to any part of
tbo City.
Ordors by Telephone will receive prompt
attention,
■WStiibles nearly opposite C, P.R. Depot, Columbia St., NowWestmInstor.
djaiiic      QILLEY BROS. more.
Feed,LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
-E>SOZ>SIHTO-EI.
GOOD DRIVING Jl RIDING HORSES
(or Hire, Hacks call nt nil Bleasners
aad Trains. Speoial attention (tra to
hoarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders muy Ise loll at tho Offlco ol Ma-
„iers Jt Mllllgon.Commli-'-- •	
Front Stree*, New Wait.
there Jt Mllllgisu,Commission Merchant.,
-      — ** """■' di-ilt. 4
DAILY BRITISH OMiUMBUM, sHEW WEBTM1SSTEB, I). 0., SI*PTEMBEB 7, 1888.
iailB §ritish Columbian
Huturdaj* Eveniai. Sept. J. 1889.
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NEW AOVERTlSEKEr-. TS THIS DAY.
Notice A. II. McBride
Appointment Prov. Sec,
The cabinet mounla uaed at Thompson'*! studio are the best manufactured. 1*
The people of tho Methodist church
held n social last night and had a programme.
Wnlkar & Co, liavo Sapperton Lots
near Now Hospital and Rosa-Mac-
laron Mills at old prices. *
The str. Kithet left for Victoria this
afternoon with a full loud of freight
and a large number of passengers.
The Btr. Dunsmuir armed from
Nanaimo to-day with 20 bbls. oil for
tho It. 0. P. m. Co., and 75 tons of^
coal
S, J, Thompson has just unpacked
the largest nnd best stock of picture
frames and mouldings in tho provinco. 1*
The str. Irving left for up river
ports to-day with 20 passengers, 50
tons of freight, and 0000 foet of
lumber.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
nt tho Columbian office. Pricea will bo
foun-1 ai low as at anv other office in
Lho provlnoe —Ado e
The now organ just purchased by
tho Methodist congregation will be
used for tho lirst thne to-morrow. It
ia a very lino one.
Inspector Mowat, with u number of
guess, guvo the now government
lishoriiH cruiser a trial yesterday. A
vory enjoyable trip  waa  lho  result.
Tie lint foot ball practice nf the
Bens* n was held on the duoket'grounds
this i\ftornoon. It was fairly well nt*
tunc! d and thu men showed good
form.
E. S. Scoullar & Co. havo paid
their £.".5 subscription to tho exhibition fu id. It's getting kind of lonely
up on top now. Who'll be thu nest
-min to tumble.
At tlie Baptist*, ohurch to-morrow
Uov. Tiio3. Bsildwin will proaeh both
mnrnina and evoning. Subjects:
Morning "How to uso tho promises; "
Evoning "Our estimate of values."
Tho icturn cricket match between
the Vnncouvor alid Westminster juni*
on is to tako pUoo at Hastings noxt
iSfttu dny, iho announcement that it
wtin to bo played to-day being incor*
rtfot   '
Salmon were very aenrco lust night
and thti Ilsliormoii weru poorly recompensed for their labor. A big run of
humpbacks is now on, but tlio liah*
ormen are none the happier on this
account.
Throe mors matches in tbe tennis
tournament have beeu played Mr,
Worafold beat Mr. Bbeohbr easily in
t-vo seta, 0*2, ii 3. Mr. Fraser beat
Dr, Smith 0 1, 0-3, and Mr. Bell
boat Mr. Gamble 0-^, 0-2.
The sir. Yosemite arrived in tho
liver yesterday and spent tho day collecting sulmou from the different canneries. Sim left for Victoria this
morning with 12,0^0 casea aboard,
whicli will be immediately loaded for
Engl in-!.
Hy n notice in another column, it
will bt* seen thnt tho inspector of
potlitontiarioB is prepared to --hear and
make strict enquiry into any complaints that may be made against tho
administration or officers of the institution-" that is, tho provincial penitentiary in this city.
Tho Agne.8 streot improvements aro
going to make that stroet one of tho
linear thoroughfares in the city, and
the contractors for tho work are to be
commended on the manner in which
the iqipryvoinonta -are being carried
out A gang • f men are busy laying
now sldewalka below St. Ann's convent.
Through a slight misundorBtatidiug,
we staled yiist.'rday that T. Ackorman
had H<iid iuto tliu bank of Montreal $10
of Ackerman liros.'OSOsubactiption to
the exhibit in fund. Tho 610 in quoD-
tion w.ii' an additional subscription, to
the celdimtion fund, besides which
Mr. Ackermnn lias also [mid. in the
820 subscription by Ackerman Bros.
to lho exhibition fund.
Tho barque C. O. Funk, now loading lumber at the Royal City Planing
Mill', i' getting hor cargo aboard
very rapidly. Although shu only coin-
meii'*Jd loading on Monday, she hns
now 275.0C3 foot of lumber nbnard,
and UsdeBs Bnniothin-* unexpected
hnppumi, Bho will bo got ready for sea
in much less spaco of time than any
vosucl tliat hns ever been loaded at
this poit
Our c-tm't-pondent. "Phono" makes
n good suggestion in another column,
to wit that steps should bo taken to
have Uov. Principal Grant, who is in
tha province-, and Rev. Mr. Lucas,
deliver a lecturo each on Imporial
Fodomtion. The subject ia nn interesting one and Uui gentlemen named
can doubtless do it justico. By nil
moans lot ub havo^lje-jeoturos. Who'll
put tip "another fiver?"
Tho project of Bonding lho Westminster base ball club to Kamloops, to
take part in thu tournament, 1ms been
abandoned, ub it waa found impossible
to gather together the old time chain-
pinna. Borne of the players hnvo left
the oity and a fow have bid- a linn]
adieu to tho "diamond." It is to bo
regretted the Westminster nine will
not bn ablo to go this yonr, but it is
to bo hoped the game will bo received
in thfl royal oity, and by the beginning
of next season n team will be ready to
dispute supremacy with all-comors.
JUST THE THING.
Quite a number of people are taking
advantage of our reduced ratea, in advance, on tho Daily, and aro bringing
and sending in their subscriptions; and
in truth no one will buy a "pig in a
poke" by paying for The Columbian
in advance. We are again circulating
large numbers of extra copies, which
we had to suspend with tho breaking
of our prcsB the day before yesterday,
The press is now aa good as new again,
if not belter, and our readers will be
pleased to receive Tuk Columbian as
usual to-night, Wo have increased our
editorial and reportorial stall*, and ns wo
stated the other day, aro making arrangements to place Tab Columbian an
tho top not.-!i of provincial journalism
—and everyone knows that provincial
journalism is "away up," Seo our
low monthly, quarterly, half yearly
and yearly rates, in advance, for tho
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Thi: Daily Colombian,
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Tiic ttushby Itl'irk.
It lias been definitely decided by tho
mnniigomcut of tho Bushby estate to
extend the block, now under construe*
on Front street, to the full size of the
lut, Gli feet, instead of 33 feet front-
age as at first intended. It was found
that the old building, formerly occupied by Diebel's bakery wus too weak
to stand, mid to rebuild it would be
money badly spent. Men wero at
work to dny tearing tho old landmark
down, nnd on Monday Mr. D, A. McDonald wili commence driving piles
for the now foundation. This addition to the Bushby blook will make it
the largoat nnd finest in the city.
A Strike an Hie ttlllict,
The reason for thn non-arrival of
the sir. Rithet, yesterday, was learned
ou the arrival of that vessel in port today. All I ho deck bauds struck work
yesterday morning, demanding higher
wages, which was refused thom. They
then declined to accompany the vessel
to Westminster and went ashoro. Tho
complaint of tlie men is that they are
not paid extra for the greatly ineroased
amount of work they havo to do at
present. Thoy alao complain that
they aro overworkod. Tho niai-agor
of the company at Victoria shipped
another crew yesterday, mid tho vessel left at an early hour this 'morning,
reaching Westminster about noon.
The l'i-nil Practice.
There w'll ho uo another practice of
tho lacrosse club to-night, and on Monday morning at (J o'clock overy member of the toam, und us many other !
players as posuible, nro expected to bo
on thu field to engage in tho final
practice beforo leaving for Kamloops.
It is expected fully 50 WdBtmlhstoritoa
will leuve by Monday's train to attend
the Kamloops tourimmout, so there
will bo no hick of friends ou the field
to cheer tho Royal city team on to
victory. Every berth in the special
Pull mat) haa boon taken. If the
Westminster team comes homo victorious, »i everyone expects it will, it
is nme to meet with a rouaing reception on iti return,
The Caledonian Hotel.
The latest addition to tho liOBtelrioa
of WcsEminBtcr ia tho new Caledonian hotel, of which Mr, R, W, Mclu-
toBh is the proprietor. The fine brick
block, just completed, to which Mr.
Mcintosh has lately removed his establishment, is a credit to lho city,
and will prove a profitable move to the
proprietor, as it places him on a par
with the best hotels in the city. The
ground floor is arranged with overy
regard for convenience, comfort aud
neatness. Tho dining room, whioh is
35x23 feet, is a fine, well finished and
porfectly lighted apartment. It has
nn entrance ou Front Btreet, and tho
upper portion of lho house i* reached
by a broad and handsomo -tairwuy
from this room. Adjoining tho dining room is tho bnr, and in re»r of
theso is the kitchen, storehouse nud
pantrys on one side, and thu office,
card und billiard rooms on tlie other.
The second story contains 20 bedrooms, parlor and ladies' sitting room,
all neat, pretty and well lighted. Tho
ceilings are high and the arrangements for ventilation aro excellent.
Tho corridors are broad, and will bo
lighted with gas. Lavatories and hot
and cold water will he found on each
floor. The ladies' nud general entrance
to the hotel it from Lytton squaro.
The house is now beiug handsomely
carpeted nud furnished, and Mr. Mcintosh expects to ba ready for the re
ception of guests within two weeks,
PERSONAL.
GneBts at tho Colonial; John
Pnrkca, Lulu Island; D. Roman, North
Arm; \V. J. Gallagher, R. Fawcott,
Vancouver; T. B. Ladner, E. A. Wad-
hams, Ladners; John 15. Moore, Alkali
Lako.
Guests at tho Queen's: John B.
Gilman, Jas. Levis, J. T. Porter, Alfred Trapncl, Victoria; Arthur Crane,
A. G. King, Nanaimo; Thos. Bain,
M. P., Mrs. Bain, Mias Weir, Miss
Christie, Dundna, Ont.; T. Barnsley,
Montreal,
Police Court.
A. Sew  llatiicr.
With respect to the statement that
tliu schooner Black Diamond ia largely
owned by Americans, tho officials of
thu marine department at Ottawa say
thnt [tit*. Maurice Moss, of Victoria,
11. 0., U registered us tho owner. If
iii--;-.- was even ouo foreign shareholder
in tho vessel she would bo liable to
Bflinuro according to law. Tho owner
or owners of a vcsbcI when registering
her have to mnko a declaration that he
or they are British subjects. An investigation will be made into the ownership of the Black Diamond, and
should it turn out that she is owned
either wholly or in part by Americans
she will bo exposed to a new danger,
namely, conlia'atioii by the marine
aulhoruicB.
lion. Hr. liRmlnev,
Hon. Mr. Dewdney, minister of tho
interior was kept vory busy this morning with official matters in connection
with the Duminioii lands office. This
aftornoon accompanied by Mrs. Dewdney, he took a drivo outsido the city
limits, iuid wliich waa enjoyed very
much. Mr. Dewdney exprosaes ns*
tonislttneut nt the wonderful progress
Westminster haa made Bince his last
visit, und the changes pteuse him
grently, ua he has always mnuifealed
a lively iotereBt in tho city ho assisted
to purvey many years ngo.
Tho banquet to the lion. Mr, Duwd-
dtty on Monday night at tho Colonial
hotel, promises to bo very largely attended. Plates will be laid for 100
persons'.. Tickets can bo procured
from any member of the committeo of
management.
 -*.-+_-+	
The Celebration.
Tho executive members of the cole-
bi'.itioii committees met at the city
hall hist night nnd discussed topics of
iniport'incecomtng under their manage-
went! A letter was read from the
Oddfi-Uow'n Society announcing lhat
tliat order will tike part in tho j.rn-
ce-sion. Tho programmes- of the
Scottish games, boating and horse
racing committees wore road ami
adopted, Tho committeo having
chargo of tho firemen's tournament
asked nn appropriation of 8250,, which
wan gmntsd. It was announced that
medals would bo givon tho winners of
the foot ball and lacrosse matches.
This was considered satisfactory.
Messrs. D. S. Curtis, J. Roid and H.
G, Rods wero appointed a commifcieo
to arrange accomodation for visitors,
and the meeting adjourned.
Another Flit-Tag.
The Fraser river fleot of tugs
ia to-day the i'most and largest in tho
province, and ovory month new vessels
nro boing addod. Mr. W, H, Vianen,
the woll-known Gsh dealer, is now
making arrangements for tho building
of a fine tug, which whon completed
will bo ono of the largest and fastest
on the river. McPhee Bros, will
build tho vessel, whicli they guarantee
will show a speed of not less than 12
knots an hour. The model of, the
now craft ia very handsome, lho lines
being perfect, stern finely cut, and
bow rakish mid sharp. Her dimensions will be 00 feet over nil, 12 foot
beam and 0 feet hold. The maohiney
which is to be of tho latest design,
will be supplied by Mesars F. C,
Strickland & Oo, It is oxpeeted the
now vessel will be afloat within sixty
days.
Ueforc T. C. Atkinson, P. M,
Jack, a Fort Douglas Indian, wear*
inir a green favor in tho lappol of his
coat, nnd u white straw hat with u rod
aud whito band, wns charged with
boing drunk and having u bottlo of
whisky in his possession, smilingly
pleaded guilty, Altogether Jack presented n very happy appearance, and
seemingly wns overjoyed to find himself of bo much importance for onco iu
his life. Jack said lio got (he whisky from n Chinaman but could not
identify tho mnn. His honor thought
thnt in this case one chnrgo would bo
sufficient lo press, ns .luck wns do-
formed arid not a bad looking fellow.
Tho chief on tliis request, withdrew
tho second chnrgo and Jack was only
lined $5.
Geo. Raymond, charged with unlawfully keeping open tho bar of tho
Colonial hotel between tho hours of 12
o'clock midnight and 0 o'clock u m ,
asked nu adjournment till Monday,
which was granted.
Jus. Cash, on a similar charge, asked
and wus granted a remand till Monday.
Jus. R. Breniinn, also on n similar
charge, naked a remand till Monday,
which was granted.
A 1'nlnllnl lintel.
Mr. E. M. Johnson is forming a
joint stock company in Victoria for
the purpose of constructing a (irst-class
hotel, to bo situated on Government
street ueur Jnmefl bay bridge. The
structure will bo four or live stories in
height, aud will contain u magnificent
reception hall, Bpacious dining room,
etc. Itls also proposed to havo tho
building fitted wilh elevator, eleotrio
lights, telephone, cte. It will contain
hot and cold, fresh and salt water
hatha, bosides every convenience to bo
found in the beat modern hotels. Tho
probablo cost will bo about S250.000,
nud many of Victoria's lending men
have already joined aa promoters of
the undertaking, The promoters confidently hope to have the building not
only completed, but open for tho accommodation of the public beforo tho
tourist season of 1800,—-Colonist,
Heavy Loss ot Lumber.
Tho stenmer Hustler, Captain Le-
Blano, arrived from tho north at 3
o'clock yesterday morning, snys tho
Nanaimo Free Press of Wednesday
last. Mr. LeBltuic reports heavy
wiuds uud gales up north, which havo
caused conaiderablo damuges to the
loggers. At Leathordale's camp, on
the arrival of tho Rustler, it was
found that the boom had been broken,
aud that over 000,000 feet of lumber
was loose. Tho Bteamer was ongngod
several days in lowing it back, aud
was fortunate enough to recover nearly all of it. Tho next day Blunoy's
camp ou Reid Island was reached, and
here a worse stato of affairs oxisled, as
a boom of 800,000 feet had also broken
loose. After four days work tho
Rustler succcueded in securing about
500,000 feet, Tho balanco will bo a
till li is.i.
COPJ.HSPONDENCE.
liupci'lnl t-i'itcr'itinii.
Koitok Cui.tJAii'iA.*-.:— Would it not bo
well, considering the groat imparlance- of
the abovo question to Canada, and oa*
[socially to British Columbia, to socui-o a
eoture from Principal Grant whilo ho Is
here, and also from the ltev. Mr. Lucas ?
Mr. Lucas has ofl'orcil to give a lecturo
on the aubject.
Mr. Grant is iu favor of the quostion.
What Mr, Lucas' views may ho, I know
not; but whether for or against, It will
bo equally well.. Wo should stir the
question up, and mako ourselves mautora
of this, tho greatest and most livo question of tho immediate future,
I would suggest the lectures ahould lie
free, and a committee he formed to make
arrangements nnd pay expenses. Towards this latter I will give ?5, or more,
if required.
Sopt. 7, 188!). PiIENb,
Capt. John Irving, who was flerious*
ly injured on tho Yusomito whon leaving Ladner's Lnndiug on Tuesday last,
by being struck by tho wheel in the
pilot houso, \\ Inch wna prematurely
lot go by two men who had hold of it
whilo tho steamer was turning, wus
somewhat improved to-day, though
still confined to his bed, Tho most
painful part of the injury wns dono to
thu captain's leg near tho kneo. —
Thursday's Times,
The Haldimand election trinl in now
going on nt Cayuga for tho unseating
of Mr. Coulter. One of tho witnesses
sworo thut hu had been offered $10 lo
spoil hia ballot paper nnd writo to his
brother-in-law asking him tp remain
away during election.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
The Celebration Fund.
Following are the names up to date
of persons who hare subscribed to tho
celebration fund:
Alex.  Ewen §250.00
R.O.P.M.CO  250.00
Jas. v- Laidlaw  100.00
R. P. Rithet  50.00
Richards, Haywood & Mackintosh 35.00
Woods, Turner & Gamble  25.00
W. &G. Wolfenden  25.00
Corbould, McColl & Jcnni  25.00
S.H. Webb  25.00
D. S. Curtis  25.00
Hand Bros  25.00
C. J. Fagan  25.00
T.J. Trapp  26.00
Reid k Currie  25.Q0
F. G. Strickland & Co  25.00
Samuel Woods  25.00
I. B. Fisher  20.00
J.S.C.Frasor  20.00
II. V. Edmonds  20.00
Wm. Teitjen  20.00
J. M.Wiso  20.00
Ogle, Campbell & Krecinan  20.00
J.G.Smith  20.00
B. C. Packing Co  20.00
Mathers & Milligan  20.00
J. A. Culbick  20.C0
W, J. WalkorACo  20.00
I). Lyal & Co  20.00
Gilley Bros  15.00
Walker & Shadwell  15.00
J. G. Jaques  15.00
T. F, Sinclair  10.00
W. H. Koary  10.00
R. Dickinson  10.00
Armstrong & Eckstein  10,00
Wm. B. Townsend  10.00
Win. Johnston  10.00
M. Sinclair  10,00
Wm. McColl  10.00
McDonald BrdS  10.00
W. TurnbulU Co  10.00
Bell-Irving, Patteraon & Co  10.00
H. M. Cunningham  10.00
A. Des Brisay  10.00
A. J. Armstrong  10.00
E.M.Bovill  10.C0
John Maolaren  10.00
Major A Pearson  10.00
Jaa. Ellard  10.00
Jas. Loamy  I0.C3
A. M. Herring  10.00
J.E.Phillips  10.00
J. W, Andrczjowskl  10,00
T. Ackerman  10.00
W.A.Duncan  10.C3
R. B.Bell  10.00
G.W. Grout  10.00
Wintemuto Bros  10.00
Goo.Black  10.00
K H. Port  10.00
Manahan & Hichcnbach  10,00
w.Rcidt  io.co
Leo Coy  10.00
Robt. Law  10.00
W.H.Holdcn  10.00
S.J. Thompson  10.00
C. C. Worafold  5.00
'/..ft. Rail  5.00
A. Shepherd    5.00
McPherson & Thompson  5.00
Mrs. Harvey  5.00
II. B. W. Aikman  5.00
J. A. McMartin  5.00
Mrs. Wm.Rae ;  5,00
11, Morey & Co  5.00
W. E. Falea  5.00
Dashwood Jonca  5.00
H.C. Chamberlain  5.00
R. O. Anderson  5.00
R.J. Rickmon  5.00
H. Harvey  5.00
Q. H.Grant  5.00
R. K. Lemon  5.00
J. Wilson  5.00
F..I. Coulthard  5.00
J. ItousBcau  5.00
Jaa. Hurling  5.00
Thoa. Ovens  5.00
T. G Atkinson  5.00,
T. Mowat  5.00 i
J. S, Cluto  fi.00
Geo. Turner  5.00
J.D.Rao  5.00
Andrew Leamy  5.00
E.M.N. Woods  5.00
F, Eiokhoff  5.00
T. Gifford  5.00
K. O. MuKuen d. Ou»  O.VM
M, Hayes  5.00
T. J. Armstrong  5.00
R. J. Mounce  5,00
A, B. Wititemiito  5.00
M. Ross  H.00
John McKenzie ,  ii,50
J. S, MncDoncll     2,50
C. W. Homer  2.50
A. C. Brydonc*Jack  2.50
G.A.Kclly  2.50
J. S. Manson  2.50
P. Peebles  2,60
J.KLord  2.50
G. Cunningham  2.50
J. E. Sulley  2.50
E. L. Kirkland  2.50
T. O. Townley  2.50
C.E.Holt  2.60
F. G. Turner  2.50
G. W. Atkinan  .... 2.50
T. Mi Cunningham  2.50
C.J.Rohson  2.60
C. Murray  2.50
J. C. Brown  2.50
O. E. Darling  2.50
B. W. Teach  2,60
Jas, D. Kolly  2.50
                              2.00
  1.00
  1.00
  1.00
  1.011
  1.00
A. McRao..
P. Grant	
W. H. Edmonds;.
.!. Polly	
W. T, Grant	
C, Morrison .,,*,.,
Total.,
..§1,840.00
Whon Bub** wm tick, we gave bar Cutoria,
Wlion ilie wm a Child, alia ciiod for t'Mtorla,
Wlion siie bect-me Miss, sho clung to CMtorlu,
Whtn ib* hsd Chlldmn, ehe *•»▼• tbem Cwtorfi
BAPTIST tmiteII, Aunea Htroel,
Kast of Mary Hlroet. Lord's Day
Services ftl ll a. in. nml 7 p.m. HaM.-uth
HohooliitiilHIIile ClasH at 2M p. tn. All
eentsfn-c; strangers corillally welcomed,
—Rov. Thogi Hnldwln, pastor.    __
MBTIIODIST V11V RO II, Mary
Street. Rov. J.' II. While, Puslor,
'foes nt 11 it, in. ami 7 p, iu. Mil ml ay
Koliool nud nildo Olass l!::)ll p. m, I'm yer
Meeting qd Thursdays at 7,nop.*n. Heats
freS| Htrankors conllniiy Invited.
QT. PAUL'S 0*11111011, John Hin-cf,
O Opiinsllo OranKO Hall. Rov. Thomas
Hndilon, Pastor. Servicer evory Hunduy
nt. 11 a, rn. and 7p. tn. Thursday oveiiliii*s
nl "."III o'clock, Hunts free; all uro ronll*
ally Invited. Holiday Hclmol id.2iitn p. in.
CIIMIKII OP KN'-IjANI). -iII>I,Y
■ TRINITY OHUROH: Hector, llio
Hfshon. H. MARY'H CHURCH- Recto'-,
The Ven. Arclulouoon Woods. Services
lu hoth clumdiea every dttu. All scats
free. Both churches open nil day for private prayer.
T)HKSBYTB11IAN    CHURCH   (ST.
X ANDREW'S), cornor Carnnrvon and
Jilackwood Htn. Rev, Thoa, Scoulor, pastor, Sorvloosutll ii, m. and 7 b. tn.' Sunday-school and IJlljle-elasH at 2.00 p. in,;
Praycr-inoetlnfjon Thunday evenings nt
7.80. Seats/roo: BtrnnRors welcome.
T O. O. T.-BXCEIjSIOR LODGJij NO. 8
JL. meetH overy Monday ovening nt 8 o'clock- In thn Temperance Hall, Columliln
HI. Visiting members are cordially Invlt-
ed.—W. O. IjOYb, Roo. Soc.
O
[AkKDONIA At   ST.   ANDREW'S
I SOCIETY.-Tho regular meetings af
this Assoointlnn are held on the last Tuesday of each mouth,nt 8 o'olook p.m. All
Scotchmen uro Invited to attend,—John
Boik- Soo.
* O. F.-COURT LORD DUFFERIN
A, No. flfHH. Tlio regular meetings of
tlio above Court arc bold at the Foresters'
Hall, on tho flrst and third Wednesday lu
each month, nt 8 p. m.—JNO. MciMuiu-hy,
Sonr., V. O. R.	
\SJ C. T. U.-REGULAU MEETING
VV . every Wednesday afternoon at 3
o'olook at the W. C. T. V. Headquarters,
Douglas St, I/iyal Legion In tlio snme
place every Friday afloruonn.—Mns..UH,
(.■■•nnwrmam, president; Mrs. .1, A. Con*
KiKfiiiAM, Houretury,
UNION I.OnGK Ra, 9, A. F.
tf—Tiio regular moot-
. _. thla Lodgo are held ln
.    .   __MaaonleTempleonthoflrat
UiOMday In oach month, nt 7:30 o'clock
p.m. Sojourning brethren nre cordially
Invited to attend.-*w. 0. Coatham, Sec,
Jl     UNION LO
•tJk/^j-r * A- m—
JJlaK  IngH of thi-
/ ▼ \ tho Maaonh
Wednesday In each n
VOLUME VU.~NO. 69.
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.
HIS HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT-
Governor has been pleased to mnko
the following appointment:--
30th August, 1839,
Harry Dallas Helmcken, of lho City of
Victoria, Esquire, UarriNter-nt-Law, to bo
acting Registrar-General of Titles, for the
Provinco of British Columbln, during the
absence of C, J. Leggatt, Esquire, on leave,
dse7il
NOTICE
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE IN-
L spcctorof Ponltontlnrlcs ta now milking IiIh annual visit lo tiio British Columbia Penitentiary. During ills stay hero
ho will bo ready to hoar nnd make strict
enquiry Into any complaints that may be
mado against fhe administration or officers of the institution. Anyone having
charges to mako can oonfer or communicate with the Inspector at tho Penitentiary,
ARTHUR H. McURIDE,
British Colnmbla Ponltenllnrv, '
New Westminstor, Sept. ti, 1S80.
 due" to
POR SALE.
HUIISI? ANls LOT on lllill'iix Blrciil.
1'rlco, turn.  Apply In
dsscSwl s, Q. SMITH.
GIRL   WANTED
TO  DO  GENERAL   IIOUSEWOKK.-
Apply to
JI1W. JAS. OUKNINCIHAM,
4,
WANTED.
FIRST-CLASS RARIIER.-Apply lo
VICIILIUS I11IOS.,
80213     St. Nlolsolns Dnttss, Victorin.
CITY BREWERY!
The Very Beat In tiio City Is Browed hy
JOHN W. ANDRZEJEWSKI
At lhe City Drowcry, Agnos Slreet,
Orders left at Dickinson's RuloharSliop
shall have prompt attention, Ulvomui
trial and Judge for yourselves,
Now West., July 13, ISSO, dJlylStc
ACONCERT
Will lio atvDis by Ilia
Holy Trinity Ohurch Choir
IK AID Or TIIE I USUI! II Ml,
 -IN TltK	
Temperance Hall,
COLUMBIA STREET,
On Tuesday Evening, 10th Sep.
Cosismonoliit,' nt S o'cloolt,
BS.80NHS liy MRS.SILLITOE, Mils.
MORESBY, MISS MuBRIOK, Messrs,
RICKMAN, HAMBER, & IlOOKEIIILL.
Adsssl-sliiis, Usso ISnllur.
Tickets mny lio lint] of any inomlior of
tlie choir, mill nt the Uoukstorcs.  tlHC'jtil
IJIALffliCfl.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
[Telbpuokb No, 55.]
14 GLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, EN LAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS
London nud Lancashire Flri- and
Britisli Umpire Life Insui-tmce
Companies,
Kew Westmltutor llulldlng Society.
A-s-counUiit'i Office- Uloceie of N.W.
City Auditors, 1880, mm and 18BB-
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE OITY AND DISTRICT,
nnd other monotnry transactions,
Havo soveral good investments on tholr
hooks, and all newcomers will do well to
cnll hefuro doing businoss elsewhere.
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Ogle, Campbell & freeman
ARE OPENING DAILY THEIR
SPECIAL:
Art Figured Pongee Silk.
Art Muslins.
JUST RECEIVED.
First SHIPMENT of LINEN GOODS JUST OPENED
THE LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE.
11ISONM BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
HAVE .HIST UECEIVEO   SilEIR
*> COMPLETE STOCK OF -:-
x r.lATnuiff I
f aiil Wi
Jt M.    V  VTJ.-,■.■>-, ' Wa-i.M. *'   \' .
FOR FALL AND  V.
irar
A PARTICULARLY GOOD LINE in MEN'S
LIGHT FALL OVERCOATS.
AND SPECIAL THINGS IN SOYS' SUITS.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
The Popular Clotliing House,     -     -     -     ('iiliimlilii Street.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
*DBIA.Ti*mB   IIST
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Xja"toxac3.ox herring's,
*M:ac"K@rel, Salt Cod.,
j__xxn.oxix'a TJ-ac. Kan-is,
Anaour's "CJrac. "Sacoan.
Flo-ax. Bian. Slxoxts,
stJJ-HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOB FARM PlvODUClS.
noldwly Sooullar-Armstrong Blook, Oolumbla St.
Jas. EllardJ Co
Are Now Opening
-THEIR-
FIRST INSTALMENT
-—OF *
FALL MILLINERY
— ALSO	
A COMPLETE IdIJVIE OF
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Mantles, Cloaks end Jackets.
. LONDON HOUSE,
COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwoclSto
Jt}     m  \^_£^^/S^__C^._Ejy
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C,
BEST QUALITY,   EASTERN-PRICES,
A full line of Spectacles & Eyc-CilnS8CS in steel, rubber, silver arc -*i,id
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, $4 por pair; all sights suited.
Special attention given to PIN15 WATOH REPAIRS. Having lourit.-.,. Mm
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologors in England, and ainen ilieu
managed tho watoh-repairing departments of a few of tho best firm-* on tho, couti*
nent of America, is a luffloiont guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly ih-uu-
ger for nearly 8 years of tlie well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Montreal.
Chance* moderate,
Mohtkkal- Deo., 1887.—Mr. P. Crake.-—Andw, Robertson, Esq., Chair man o(
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I novor found a YVatchm-tker wlto did bo
well for me aa you did when in Montreal, and I mn Borry you aro not here to-day."
liWIItll'JI.C
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, II. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,
Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
■He x a- xx - a l jl s s
DRY GOODS
—Jiisrrs—
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON  MARCHE.
HRESS-MAKING DEPARTMENT will
-J be re-opened August 1st, and will be
under the management of a FIRST-
CLASS DRESS-MAKER from Montreal.
Style and fit guaranteed.
WALKER & SHADWELL.
<1v/i-28t* COLUMBIA STREET.

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