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Columbian.
YOLIJME 7
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 31, 1889.
NUMBER I
PROFESSIONAL AHD BUSINESS CARDS.
B. II. N. WOODS,
Al-UISTER-AT-LAW. onloo-MoKen-
zto Street. liquate
T. G. ATKINSON,
A MUSTEK, SOLICITOR, *c. OHIcos-
i Masonlo Building, Now Westminster,
ilwto
AUHSTlUltTQ *• 1COKSTBIN,
lARRISTEUS,  SOLIOITOI'S,   ETC.-
I   Mnsonlo Bullulni-,  Now westtiiln-
(or, B. 0. ilwinylte
W. NOKMAt, BO-.B1, 1*. C,
JARRI8TER-AT-I,AW,I,AN1) AQENT.
J Money to Loan. Offloe—Clnrksoii St.,
few Wostminstor, 11, C. dto
IUUUUI Lll, Mel III.L Jl JWJSS,
3ARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, clo. Om-
D oes—Mnsonlo Buildings, Now Wcst-
flnstnr, and Vancouver, II. 0.       dwto
A. C. UllVDOM:-JACK, II. A ,
ARUISTER,   SOLICITOR,; NOTARY
__ Public, Ac. Otllce In tbo Hamle;
lullilliiK Columbia Bt., oiiposlte tlio Col
 ''— ' ilweu'ile
■UIIUIDE, I.OII
■nlttl Hotel.
Jl)»i:pil B, QAYNOH,U,A„LI..B.
SOLD MEDALIST of Ibe University ol
ij Dublin. BARUI9TEH-AT-LAW ol
be Htcll Court of Jnstlee, Ireland. Oillces,
loriior McKonslo A Clarkson Sts,, New
Vestmlnstor. dwfe2lto
A. J. IIOLSI1CS, D. O. B.i
•lURQEON DENTIST, drnduato of tlio
3 Ohio College of liontnl surgery. Is
uow with Dr. C. E. 0. Brown. All work
(Ulflllly performed. Rooms II & 0, Hunk
I 11. C, Oolumbla HI. Iioul'S~8 to 12 a.m.;
80 lo II n. m. djlyato
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds ol tlio best makes; (i'oks-ciiI & SinUll-SuWil,
Barbell Wire for Fencing, and nil the neuutary li'li'lisils for l':lrlllill|-|
Pulley Mocks, Snatch Blocks, Ro*k & JJIiiilii iu all sines; l'ltcu,
Tnr .V Oakiiiili Tarred and Plain Paper tor Kiill-llngi l'lllllls & Oils
tn all colors; Liquid Paints iu all chr.des; Floor I'utUts ready touse; ('rlll*l
Stonesi Wall I'npcr in all designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
IiUbrlcatlllB OllSI Traps of all description'.', and a Kcncr.ll assortment of
Agricultural implements,
*T Speoial attention givon to orders by mail.
T. J.
dwjly3to
rr****j.A.:*?:p so ao.,
Coi.ur.iniA Sii'EET, New Westminster.
, «, W. URANT
I ROHITECT.  Olllee-C'orner Mnry and
\   Clarkson sts., weatmlnster
ary um
ifivlo
CLOW Jt HIA0LUH1C,
A ltniUTECTS.    Ollleo-Itoom E. ovor
fl   Hunk of D. CColiinibliiStrocl.Wost-
n luster.    dlo
WILLI Al 11. KINO,
RCIIITEOT.SANITARYEKGINEER,
'V Ao.   Ileinovod to Armstrong's lllock,
"luinbla  Streot,   Westminster —Room
dto
W. T111BAUHEAU,
■ AND SURVEYOR AND DltAUaHTS-
I inan. Hamley Block, Now Westmin-
tor, B. 0.
tlmylalo
A. F. COTTON.
-VOMINION Ann PROVINCIAL LAND
I SURVEYOR. Oilice: Room D, Bank
I 11, C. bnlldlng, Westminster, B. 0.
ALBKRT J. HILL
(M.OAKSoo.O.E.1,
WILENGJNEER.LAND8URVEYOR
J nnd   DUAUOHTSMAN.     Hamley
lock,NowWestmlnster.  dwiuiglto
At GRANT & MACLURE'S,
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
•J.   IS,'   MAWSON's
P WSS1R
Absolutely Pure.
Tbls powder nover varies. A marvel of
tun ll-.-,;,!ix in.Hi n,ul wlifilcsuriiijiifss. More
economical than Mm ordinary kinds, and
oanuot im sold in compolltlon with tlio
miiltimdi-ior low lest,-mart weight alum
or iiho-aplnito itov.'ders, Hold only In oann,
Rovai. Baking I'owm-.u Co,, ion Wall Ht.,
*"' 8/ely
OTTAWA  INDIGNANT
Because tlie Queen did not Mention
tlie Behring Sea Matter in the
Prorogation Speech.
An Excursion Train and a Stock
train Collide in Vermont with
Serious Results.
The Dominion Alliance will Meet
in Toronto to Arrange a New
Plan of Campaign.
New York.
NitM- Bell
Telephone E7.
1
<;. pi ti i:ni»ri'.*i,
SEAL ESTATE BROKER and County
\ Court Agont, Commissioner, Notary
'nbllc, Ac. HontH collected. Office—Me*
'•male atreet, Now Wojtmlnater, B. C.
T. J. TRAPP,
UOTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
X Columbia street. Now WestminBter.
JI (.'iiiiimlRulouK will receive prompt
-' careful attention.   Bout references
yen when required.
inlil2-ie
J* B. FIN LAY SUN,
*>IANO TUNER, from Broadwood A
. Hons, London, England, mid Stein-
ay A Hons, NowYork. now residing in
'ancouver. will attend lo orders loitat
Ir. /.ed. ft. Hall's and D. Lyal ACo.'b
tori's. Trips 1st week of euch mouth.
 dnuStc       	
F. 0. McCAUTNEY,
COMMISSION AGENT and Customs
j Broker. Douglas St., Now Westiiilu*
or. Agent for Harrison Springs Aerated
"kIlt; Vnncouvor Steam Dye A Cleaning
roritB" Carters' Patent Organs—"ihewou-
er of the ngo."; Dominion Pianos nnd
Kgiansi .lohiisiou'.s PitUmt Kaisomlne;
[nviiiiaCigar Factory; Lion Insurance Uo
w live stook, Ac, EmploymentAgohoy
Ule".   A select lot of Toilet An lolefl and
TllL-iilBla* umulfluu ror-tnln     Wnvt. "
akti-y.	
MERCHANT
Columbia Street,
TAILOR,
New Westminster.
"&M
1UHNK11, UKKTON * CO.,
MERCHANTS. Wharf St., Viototja.
Agents for North British nnd Mer*
initio Insurance Co. for Mainland, II.
. Burton A Co.,.to Finsbury Circus, Lotion, U.U. • dto
OS* XtO"N*I303Sr.
< ATlTAt,       .       £1,000,000 Slg.
Rates ns low as any other roliuble Com*
anUri doing bUHlnos-i lu British Colum*
In. W. J. ARMSTRONG.
dJlySlo Agent for New West.
BAKER BROS, ft CO'Y
) Chapel Walk, South Castle St., Liver*
pool, England.
Bank Bulldlngi*, Columbia Stroet, New
Westminster, B.C.
Shipping and Commission
QENERALWHOLlSALEKEnoilAilTS&lMPSRTERS
Any description of Goods Imported to
irtlci- nnd Custom nnd Ship Broking
ransacted. Latest, Freight and MurlU't
Quotations. dwuuStc
RAND BROS.
jl.M, B-.TATK BROKE.H8,
Ctiiivcyniicni'tt, OfiUcr-ioi's,
1 Ami Insurance Agents*
s at'
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
MoKcms-le and Clarkson Sts.
VANUOUVKR, Cordova Street.
LONDON, England.
HUILD1NU LOTS forRaloln all sections
if Vhiioouver and Now Westminster Oity.
'■■ARM LANDS of superior miaiity for
J'.Ih at Chilltwhuck, Port Hammond,
iangtey, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay,Lud*
inr's Lunding, Lulu Island, North Arm
,.nl Pltv River.
Maps and Plans exhibited and tho rull-
st Information furnished at all ouroDIeeij
|W. BOVILL,
ARCHITECT
Real Estate Agent
UEW WESTMlNSTER:-Offlco,Mackoii.
j-io Street.	
Full List of City and Subuibau Property,
Particular nltontlon paid to Farming
[jnnds,
Accurate information to correspond'
mis. dwmyflyl
,11 Summer DRESS GOODS and MILLINERY wii
be sold AT COST.   Now is the time to secure BARGAINS.
dtc mes- "W":m:. B-^s.
CHEMISTS & DRUGGISTS.
Columbia St.,
NewWestminster,
W-
E HAVE ONE OP THE BEST
selected Stocks in tho City.   Our
Drugs aro pci fectly pure  and cau bo
thoroughly relied upou,
"Our Own" Beef* Iron & Wine
is, beyond the shadow of a doubt, the
best preparation of   its  kind  in  tho
world.
tlaplSto
TO RENT.
THK UPSTAIRS FLA.T IN BUILDING
oornor ol Colulnlilu uiul Dauglns Sts.
-2i.tl"l. Applyto
daiiSto HENRY V. EDMONDS,
New Westminster, B. C.
MAJOR & PEARSON
Renl Estate Brokers and
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR    -
Coiife-Uratlon Life Association of
Toronto.
Itoynl ttud Lancashire Fire Iiunr*
an*e VompnuUs.
  choice
Lots in the City of Vancouver.
Persons wishing to buy or soil city or
run. I proporty should communicate with
us.
Ofllcos: Bank of B.C. bulldln-*, npposlle
post (.nice, Westminstor, aud Hi.yUm-HHt..
Vancouver. dwiiplittc
AS I INTEND MOVING NEXT DOOR
to Oily Bakery, I will oi*W' for tho
| next flfteoti days,
IB PER CENT. OFP
| On iill cash purolinses.
A. II, WINTEMUTK,
Sign ol tlio "llulllilo."
Now West., Inly UMBO.      awjmm
This   Choice Property,
centrally situated in New Westminster,
B. C, which 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 finest and most desirable Lots
in the City for either 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 the 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 12,13 and 14, Suburban Block 13, and the subdivided Lots
range in price from $150 to $350, on good
terms.
We are  authorized to
allow ten pee 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.
Dress-Iakingl
Misses McDOTJGALL
""•'■  COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
tor Satisfaction guaranteotl. '    daplSts
U IBM CO.
Queen's Hotel Block,
HBW *iK*rni*isTi:K.
EeliablB Drugs & leflioinss
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PBESORIPTIONS A SPECIALTY.
Telephone No. 83; dupito
D. LYAL & CO.
Pianos,
Vocalions
HOOKS,
STATIONERY,
FANCY GOODS,
TOYS, Etc., Etc.
N. lS.-Molierty Organs h,U at
CO per cent, off list prices, ior cash.
I
SO  CO.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Properly,
Collect Rents,
Make loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating to
Real Estate.
—AGRNT9 FOR	
London Assurniici; Corporation.
Connecticut 1'lro TiiHuraiirv Co- of
Hartford.
London and Lancashire Llio Attsur*
anco Co,
Canton Inaurance Offlce, Ld* (Marine)
OFFICES!
Columbia St., New West'r.
4i Government St., Victoria
dwMUyl
IN llK'NATION AT OTTAWA.
Ottawa, Aug. 31.—Thoro is much
indignation here over tlio queen's omis-
B.aji to mention the Behring Sen seal*
in-.* controversy iu hor speech proroguing parliament,
Ottawa, Aug. 31.—The Rovorn-
mt-nt is iudign-int over tho announce-
niHiit tlmt the queen's speech proroguing parliament mado no reference to
the Hoizuro of CiiuiiiHau vessels iu Behring Sea by United StiiteB cruisers, it
having been generally bellved some
such rcfurreuce would lm made. An
official high iu thn uovernmontBcrvicos,
howovor, said lust nij-ht ho had not
expected any reference to Ihu matter,
adding: -'tluliabuiy is doing his level
bent to steer clear uf nny possible complication on this score and is determined not to he drawn into a rupturn
with thu United States through ono
of the colonies if it can ho avoided by
paciiic means."
FATIIBE 11USZKLLOT DEAD.
Montreal,.Aug. 31.—Rev. Father
RusHellot, parish priest of St. Jamea
church, this city, died this morning,
a**ed 02. He was one of tho best
known and the most papula** priest in
the dinceso uf Montreal,
THE CANAL BREAK,
Montreal, Aug. 31,—Despatches
from Cornwall state that the break in
thu canal will be fixed by Monday.
Several vessels nre waiting to get
through.
the admiralty investigation.
Queheo, Aug. 31.—Oapt Smith ar-
riv'cd horo and Monday opens nn investigation into the less of the Dominion s, s. Montreal at Hello Isle, Quebec.
ST. f-AUVEUIt annexed.
Queuec, Aug. 31.— At last night's
meeting of tho city council a by-law
fur the annexation of St. Sauvour was
dolinitely passed. The municipality
hus tu pass a similar by-law to announce tho annexation,
CANNING DIjUE BERRIES,
Quebec, Aug. 31.—Establishments
for canning blue berries this summer
havo been started at Ha Ha Bay,
Eboulemonte and othor points of
Saguenay county, Thia is a new industry.
OOOD FISHING.
Quebec, Aug. 31.- According to the
government s. s Napoleon 111, whioh
has juat arrived from lit*ht hoUBe sorvico in the gulf, the fisheries have boon
good thia season on the south shore,
but poor on the northward end.
LABOR DEMONSTRATION,
Montreal, Ang. 31.—Preparations
aro making in Montreal to-aay for o^
labor demonstration Munday. It is ox*'
pected to be the best ever held in
Cumuli. Tho fourth annual meeting
of the Dominion trades and labor con*
grosB, which will be a very important
one, convenes in Montreal on Monday.
$5,000 DAMAGES.
Hamilton, Aug. 31,—Agnes Nichol*
son, the heroine of the railway disaster at St. George, has brought suit
against the Grand Trunk Railway Co.
for $5,000 damages fur injuries result*
Ing from the accident.
A C0NVI0T E8CA1-EH,
Stoney Mountain, Man., Aug. 31.
—Convict Frogi-art, No. 34, appears
to huvo escaped about 8 o'clock Thursday evening. The officials ure very
silent. He hns not yet boon captured.
Froggart was one of a party of four
who waylaid a Swedo near the O.P.R.
depot, about two years ngo, and robbed him, Tho offenders woro given
varying tonus, Froggart receiving
thu longest as being iho hoad of tho
gang.
AETEIt THE FRENCH.
Belleville, Aug 30,--Tho Local
Equal Rights Association passed it
proposal to abolish the dual language
and separate school system in Manitoba,
FOURTEEN DEATHS.
Troy, N. Y,, Aug. 31—Au express
messenger on tho Central Vermont
Railway, just arrived hero, reports 14
persons were killed und 31 injured iu
the accident at Brocksvillo.
AN UNHEALTHY SHU'.
Nt-wi'ORT, U. I., Aug., 31.—Another apprentice boy on tliu U. S. ship
New Hampshire hau died of typhoid
fever. An investigation wau held yea*
tenia*- by tlio doctors and thoy found
tbo ship dump, and tho deposits from
thn water closets exposed at low water,
resulting iu a terriblo stench. It is
not known what action will hu ttken.
SERIOUS SMABHUP.
MiDDLKnuny, Vt., Aug. 31.-An
excursion train to Burlington, from
tho horso breeders meeting at Rutland, and a stack train bound south,
came in collision at 8:30 last night,
four miles uorth of here, noar Brooks*
ville, Both engines, one ear and a
part of another of the excursion train,
and ton or twelve stock cars loadod
with hogs, woro wrocked and piled in
a heap. Tho dead are Conductor
Hiram Blodgett, of tho excursion
ttv.iu, who lives at Worthfiold, and a
passenger whoso body is under the
train nnd cannot bo identified. Engineer Wm. Emeiy- of tho excursion
train is dangerously hurt. Engineer
Will Cliilsoii's riba are broken. Firo-
man Henry Pnnin, of St, Albans, Tight
leg smashed aud badly cut about the
head. Threo of tho stook train crow,
and Charles and Arthur Hunt, of New
Haven, passengers, aro injured, the
latter seriously. No others were hurt.
Among tho passengers in the excursion
train wore secretary of stato Portor, of
Montpolior, and L. A, Drew, of Burlington.
PAPER MILL BURNED.
Ruadinu, Pa., Aug. 31.—A disastrous tiro with loss of life occurred at
Spring Oity early this morning' Flames
wero discovered in the rotary room of
tho American wood paper company's
works, by the employees. An alarm
was sont out and In a short time several Ure  companies arrived ou the
scone. Tho llamcB spread rapidly, and
beforo they could be checked ono largo
building, threo utortea high, lillod with
valuable machinery, waa completely
destroyed. About 3 o'clock tho wall
on tbe northeast Bide bulged out and
about 30 feet of it fell with a crash.
Oliver Moushower, aged 30, an employee, was instantly killed. Wm.
Robiiifson, Charles Siefovt- William
Schaefor and Henry Soaser wore injured. Seifeit's injuries will prove
fatal. Roliiusoii is badly hurt, but
may live. The others are not seriously
injured.   Losb 890,000; insured,
COTTON, IKON AND TEA.
Washington, Aug. 31. — Conaul-
Genernl Card well writes from Cairo
that the Egyptian cotton crop for 1889
will probably he somewhat above four
hundred thousand bales, which ia
somewhat abovo last year's production,
hut scarcely up to the averago. Tiio
viceroy of Canton, China, has abolished inland duties on iron and annulled tho prohibition againat ita export. Hu is uow considering the removal of duty on futnacea, with
tlio view of eiicpuraging tlie iron industry iu China. Advices from
Minister Dorby says competition inthe
tun trade in China is veiy strong, and
pricea have never been ko high, Thero
is special competition between Russian and English tea buyers, while k-jt
siimiiioi's teas are boing sacrificed in
London. New teas in China ure being
eagerly sought for ut prices 20 to 30
percent, above last year,
WHEAT.
San Francisco, Aug, 31.—Wheat
steady; buyer '8!1, 137§; buyer season 141$.
New York, Aug. 31.—Wheat steady;
Aug. 84}; Sept. 84.J-; October 84£; Dec.
Chicago, Aug. 31.—Wheat steady;
Auguat 77-V; September 77f; December
79.
Liveraool, Aug. 31.—Wheat du*
pressed; Cala. Os. 9d.
fair weather.
San Francisco, Aug. 31.—Rain followed by fair weather, is predicted for
Washington Territory until 8 a. ra.,
Sunday.
supporting the strikers.
New York, Aug. 31.—The Sun's
London cablo saya: Tho steamship
companies which hitherto have merely
sympathized with tho strikers, formally joined them to-day and gave new
encourage ment to the men by signing
a joint manifesto with the dock labor-"
ers' committeo, making the same demand on thu dock companies as tho
strikers.
new chamber of commerce.
San Francisco, Aug. 31.—The
Pacifio coast chamber of commerce was
temporarily organized hore this morning witli the following officers: H. L.
Dodge, of San Franoisco, president;
Sam. Colliyor, of Tacoma, 1st vice-
president; E. W. Jones, of Lob Angeles, 2nd vice-president; Thos. J.
Haynes, of San Francisco, secretary;
Satlior Banking Oo., of San Francisco,
treasurer. It will meet on November
19th to perfect the permanent organization.
STAGE ROBBER CAUGHT.
Marquette, Mich, Aug. 31.—Gogebic, the stage robber, was caught at
Ropublic, Mich., thia morning.
CANNING FACTORY BURNED.
Buffalo, N. Y„ Aug. 31.—The
Ease Hamhourg canning factory, at
Hambourg, was burned this morning.
The loss iB not known, but it will be
large.
a pugilist in trouble.
Lawrence, Mass., Aug, SI.--Geo.
Bush, one of the principals in the recent prize tight lu Salem, N.H., was
before the police court to-duy charged
with being a fugitive from justice, beiug
wanted nn the charge brought by tho
sheriff of Rockingham Oo. He was
held in $500 bail for further examination, und will probably bo taken to
Portsmouth un soon us tlio neoesaary
requisition papers nre obtained,
BROKE  THE  RECORD.
WesobesteRj N.   Ym  Aug   30.-
BALFOUR'S PROPOSALS
Already Causing Considerable Discussion, which will Continuo
During Recess.
Mrs. Maybrick Takes it Very Quietly in Prison, aud Hopes
for Release.
The Brave Boulanger is About to
Venture from Loudon for
a Sea Cruise.
THE OATHOLIO   UNIVERSITY.
London, Aug.  31.—Balfour's
hint
Brittanic broko the fivo-oighths mile
record of one minute here to-dny,
winning the raco in fifty-nine seconds.
El-rio-roy, owned by Theo; Winters,
of California, won the' bird race, three-
quarter mile handicap, Time, ono
minuto eleven seconds, which beats the
world record hy one second.
THE DOMINION   ALLIANCE.
Toronto, Aug. 30.—The approach*
ing meeting hore uf thu Dominion pro*
liibitiou uilianco council, ou September
12th, is io arrange for a now plan of
campaign, uow thut the Scott act has
boon wiped out. Socretaiy Spenco
says uf tha coming struggle : While
there is overy reason for encourago*
ment in the strong and growing sentiment of our country, unit particularly
nf our oJiurohcBj in favor of temper*
auue aud prohibition, the battlo is uot
yet won. The position of the causo
sustained Iho mighty and aggressive
power of tho liquor traflic. nud llie unsettled condition of political afiatrs
make it doBJrablu that ut this juncture
wo should be moro than ovor wiso,
prompt and united in all our movements, so as to secure the best and
most permanent results. It is earnestly hoped thut iu prayerful deliberation
towards that end tho representatives
of livery phase of our common cause
will unite in this the first mooting of the
character ever held in tho Dominion of
Canada.
OTTAWA NOTES.
Ottawa, Aug. 30.—H. M. S. Py-
lades has arrived at Montreal.
Profeoaor Wiggins, tho weather prophet, denies tho report that ho is to bo
knighted.
Tho American association for the
advancement of so'tenco is atill in session nt Toronto.
Presidont Van Homo, of tho Canadian Pacific Railway, and Sir Georgo
Stephen returned yestorday from their
western trip, Boing askod about tho
rumored ohnnges in tho management
according to whleh hu was simply to
remain presidont and Assistant-Manager Shaughtiessy wus to become general-manager, Mr. Van Homo replied:
"So long as I remain with the Canadian Pacifio Railway, I do uot intend
to relinquish rho direct management."
DEAD.
Montreal, Aug. 80.—Rev. Father
Russelof, pariah priest of St. James,
in this oity, diod this morning, aged
02. He was one of the best known
and most popular priests in the diocese
of Montreal,
that tho government mny at .tho next
Bosamn Introduce a bill for the endowment of u Romun Catholic university
in Ireland pruvides ample material for
the beat kind of political discussion
during tho parliamentary recess. The
Roman Cuniolio paper, the Harved,
culls attention to the faet that under
Mr. Glads tune's home rule bili the
Irish parliament wuuld uot have beeu
able to do what Mr. Balfour has promised to accomplish, because Mr.
Gladstone expressly provided that endowment of religious bodies of all sorts
should be beyond ita power, Therefore the Table thanks Balfour for the
bold, generous and statesmanlike way
in which he has faced the problem ou
whieh has been sent so many reports,
und assures him of its cordial support,
The unionist Spectator approves the
proposal, but advises the government
to content itself with carrying this
university bill and the land bill for Ireland. If, lays the Spectator, Salisbury's government should attempt to
pass ou Irish local government bill
also, it will overweigh itself ind may
come to grief.
taking it cooly.
London, Aug, 31.—Mrs. Maybrick
is taking a course of exercise in the
working prison yard, and is rapidly
improving in health. She maintains
the cool demeanour which has cbarao
terized her since the commutation of
her sentence, and soems to be settling
down to the conviction that ehe will be
a convict for life.
MRS.   MAYBRICK  HOPES  FOR  RELEASE,
London, Aug. 31.—A friend who
haB just returned from Working,
where she was permitted to see Mrs.
Maybrick, in the infirmary in the
women's prison, says she found her in
better health than she expected; she is
allowed exercise in the open air daily
and is supplied with better food in the
infirmary than ordinary prison fares,
She is calm and quiet and seems to be
resigned to her situation for the present, but keeps up a hope of release.
going on a cruise.
London, Aug. 3L—General Boulanger is about toleave for a three months-
cruise in the Mediterranean,
XIABIKU  AN END.
London, Aug, 31.*—Negotiations
between the^Btrikers committee and
thu directors of" the Dock Oo. are
still in progress. Mr, Burnt addressed
a large meeting of strikers and their
sympathizers this morning. Men all
along the low reaches of the Thames,
also the employes at Shadwell basin,
are joining their fortunes with tho
strikers, and the general belief is the
end of the struggle is near at hand.
no settlement to-day.
London, Aug. 31.—It ia now eon*
ceeded no settlement of the strike iB
possible to-day. The Dook Companies
have intimated they are willing to
consider proposals from the men, but
if these aro made they can't be forinu-
iatedand negotiated before the strike
will have become almost general,
RESIGNS his command.
St. Petersburg, Aug. 30.-It is
learned that the Grand Duke Alex*
ander of Oldenburg has forwarded to
tho czar his resignation as commander
of tho Russian guards, owing to the
anti-German feeling in Russian politics
which the duke submitted was incompatible with his position, inasmuch as
he might bo called on to reign in Oldenburg, hy the recession by Prussia
of his hereditary rights, whioh were
renounced by tho grand duke in I860
by troaty. The czar declined to accept
tho duke's resignation, bnt gave hiin
11 months' leave instead.
APPEAL TO LOYAUST8.
London, Aug. 30.—The Comte do
Puris has issued an election manifesto
to the people of France, in which he
declares that ho is to snatch from the
hands of the oppressive faction now ruling France the power they so basely
abuse. He counsels all conservatives
to join hands and unite upon candidates at the coming elections, and advises a wise tolerance of the' Boulan*
gists, whose programme, he says, is a
revision of the constitution, the release of France from servitude and the
restoration of religious peace, a programme which should commend itself
The halibut was plentiful in Muy and
June, but cod fish and lung wore
scarce, and tho French, Norwegian und
English vessels hnd done poorly, A
Danish war vessel wan about the oast
to see tbat no law was violated, and
that the crews of lhe fishing vessels
committed no disdemcauor. The native fishermen aro quite comfortable,
no destitution prevailing. American
vessels were not permitted to land fish
or buy stores without paying for it.
A BIO REWARD.
Washington, Aug. 30,—Postmaster-
General Wannamaker, in consequence
of the frequent attacks made by high*
way robbers upon the United States
mail in the western states and territories, has issued a genoral order offering $1,000 reward for the urrest and
conviction of any person found guilty
of making an attack upon u stage conch
or railway mail car huvini* mulls in
transit. This reward will be paid to tho
person or persons causing such arrest
and conviotion upon the presentation
of satisfactory proof to th • department A prior order offering 8200 reward in liko case*! ii rosfiiridc I.
CHINESE RETALIATION.
Shanqhai, Aug.  30.—intense
ex
citement prevails amongst tbo Atneii-
oafts residing here in consequence ti
nows received from Pekin, that pro*
initieiit Chinese officials 1 uve petitioned tho government for ttjo expulsion of all Americans from the country. It ia reported thnt Prince Chun,
father of the emporor, is i dvocuriug
tho expulsion of the America ns.
NAVIGATION SUSPENDED.
Cornwall, Ont., Aug. 30.- All
navigutton in the Cornwall ,-anal will
probably bo suspended until Monday,
owing to a bad slide whicli occurred
lost night where two men wire repair*
ing the lock.
Lucky Indians.
The Colonist says upwards of 200
Indians, who have been coining money
on the Fraser during the salmon run,
arrived over by the Rithet Thursday,
with all their "iotas," and left by the
sound steamer next morning for tho
Puyallup and White river hop fields.
The Indiana are in high spirit.i over
the result.* of the season'" tilling,
somo of them having earned from &1-*
000 to $ 1,200 apiece during tho fishing
run. Thoy will make good wages during the hop picking souboii as well,
und consequently have nothing to
grumble at over the wages quostion.
Fishing and hop picking appear to be
far more profitable than gold  mining.
Children Cryfor Pitcher' j Castoria j
to the approval of every true patriot.
He oxproisos tho belief that tho Bona-
partists will not refuse to support a
strong monarchy, and appeals for assistance to all as well who desire to see
an honest republic founded.
TUB GREAT STRIKE.
London, Aug. 30.—Cardinal Manning has espoused the cause of the
striking dock laborers and is pleading
with tho directors of the dook com*
panics to put an end to the trouble by
conceding the demands of the men.
The gaa stokers are becoming much
disturbed over the strike, and fears
are entertained that they may join the
dookmen, in which case the oity would
bo thrown into darkness and tho
danger of a calamity from the neglected
retorts be very great. The manifesto
issued by tho striken' committee this
morning is signed by all the labor organizations of London, including the
stevedores, sailors and firemen's unions,
numbering 60,000 men. The accession
of these unions is most important. If
the dook companies refuse to accede to
tho terms demanded, grave complications must ensue forthwith and
thu condition of affairs becomes more
serious hourly. Mr. Burns addressed a meeting of 0,000 men at Towor
Hill to-day, giving as a watchword,
"No turrendorl" He was wildly
cheered. Three thousand iron workers
at Keighley have struck.
OOOD FISHING.
Gloucester, Mass., Aug 29.—The
schooner LamUeer, the first to return
of the Iceland Ashing fleet, arrived today bringing 156,000 pounds of halibut. The summer on the Iceland
coast was the finest over experienced.
NCW M'-lllO-ltst   ('lltlTM'Il.
A meeting-of the trustee board of
the Pandora street Methodist church
will be held on Monday evening
next to finally decide upon tho
purchase of four lote fronting
on Pandora, Quadra and Johnson streets. It ia expected that
this property will shortly be purchased
at a figure in the neighborhood ■ .f $12,-
000, and a grand new church odifico
will ho erected at a cost of over $00,-
000. As soon ob the new churoh in
built and tukon possession of, tho present church property will be plucod on
the market. It is estimated to bo
worth about 930,000. On Monday
evening the trustees will decide on tho
advisability of sending an architect
east to study the plana of other handsome churches and prepare their plans
accordingly.—Colonist, Aug. SO.
Export Log Trade.
A question has been raised oa to
what the export duty shall be upon
the logB J. D. Leary, of Joggins raft
fame, is arranging to ship from British
Columbia to San Francisco by raft.
Mr. Leary has acquired aome valuable
tracts of timber land ou tie Pacifio
coast, and intends going oxtonsiveiy into tho shipment of logR from British
Columbia to tho United Slates market,
While tho greater part of tl o timber
of British Columbia is known aa Douglas pino, it is in reality fir, al-d it is believed should bo eloBsified vith spruce
at SI a thousand feet for export duty,
in placo of a pino classificuti n at an
export duty of 82 a tliO'is* nd. Last
yenr the total quantity of log i exported
from British Columbia to the United
States only renched 220,000 feet, and
seven masts uud spars value' at $38.
Mr. Leary expecls to do a li rge business iu shipping masts nnd s >ars from
British Columbia to the different American" portB along the poasfc.****-.North-
-U'est Zumbennan.
From The Arctic.
The ship America, of which Cai tain
Gibson is master, arrived iu Nanaimo
tho other morning aftor a fow months
cruiso in tho North Paoific Ocean nnd
Behring Sea. A little ovor four
months ago, says tho Free Press, the
Amerioa left Nnnaimo for San Fran*
oisco with n cargo of coal, At that
port half of the cargo was discharged
and supplies for tho Pacific whaling
fleet taken aboard, after which an un*
eventful trip was made to the far nor*
thorn waters, The most northern
point reached by tho America was
Port Clarence just at the entrance to
the Arctic Ocean, Thero the crew
heard home news for the fust timo
since leaving San Francisco, as later
papers were taken up by the revenue
cutter Bear. Tho native Esquimaux
oxhibited unfeigned surprise at the
sight of Mrs. Gibson, tho t-aptain'i
worthy wife, at Port Clarence, as it
was tho tint occasion on which a white
woman had been seen in the extreme
northern latitude. During tho trip
within the Arctic circle Cuptnin Gibson obtained many curios which seldom mako their way south, He had
the (rood luck to capture a cub Polar
bear, which was taken when only a
few days old. An equally ourious
curiosity to be seen on tho America
is a full blooded Esquimaux dog,
whieh has alredy greatly attached him*
self to the boat s orew by his hitelli*
Mrs. Williams, widow of thu late
W. H. Williams, of Bowmanville, Ont.,
threw horsolf out of a window Thun*
day night and died yesterday.
Sir Gee rge Stephen and Mr, Van
Home returned to Montreal from the
west yesterday. Mr. Van Some emphatically denies that any changes aro
imminent in tho 0. P. R, management.
,;,; ,; \m
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PUBLISHED
iJTfry Afternoon except Snnduj,
BY TUB
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BY    MAIL:
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Pay mon t ln all cases (exoept /or weekly
rate) to tie made ln advance.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
l*>iiert every Wedneitliij Horning.
Delivered In the City, per year, $3.00
M'kU-'d, per year 2,00
Mulled, 6 montbs... _.  1."
fail*) gritieh Columbian
Saturday Evening, August 31,1889.
Exhibition week is growing near,
only n littlo more than n month off,
and all preparations for n vory successful aflair all round are progress-
in**; satisfactorily.    Tho directors of
the association, the council, and tho
celebrating committees   especially,
aro working indefatigably,   and   it
•will not bo thoir fault if the exhibition, etc, is not by far tho most
brilliant and successful thing of the
sort over held in the province.   The
collection committeo for the celebration have commenced work, and
are   meeting with   fair  liberality.
Upon the amount of funds they are
able to raise will depend, of course,
to   n great  extent the measure of
success of the celebration in connection with   the  exhibition, and the
patriotic citizens of the royal city
will not need to be urged to excel
themselves in liberality on this occasion.   Tlie eyes of the other cities
of the province, at least, are on us.
We must distinguish ourselves on
this particular exhibition occasion,
or  be   content  to be forever after
extinguished  so far as our honor
and fair fame is concerned ■ for wo
have made big promises, and there
must be a corresponding fulfillment. |
But the  redemption of  our honor
and fair fame will not be the only
benefit the city will gain from holding a first-class exhibition and celebration   this fall.   Many substantial advantages will accrue, of which
evi ry citizen will reap a share, both
immediately and in tho future.   All
arrangements are woll in hand now,
and success is   assured   so   far  us
tht'sc important  matters   are   concerned.   The only   thing   that  is
wanted is the "spondoolichs," and
that is coming  in   fast.   Keep   it
rolling, brethren.
The Haytian war has ended in
the complete triumph of Hippolyte,
whose army has entered Port-au-
Prince and who now exercises undisputed sway ovor tho black republic, observes an exchange, His
former rival, Legitime, sailed away
from his nativo land on bonrd a
French vessel and is now probably
a v.-fuge in Cuba. The island is as
quiet as an island could reasonably
be .ixi.ccted to bo under such cir-
cumsl -mces, and Hippolyte may
miHonably hope that he will be left
in undisputed possession of tho government for at least a year. Tho
Haytians havo decided which of the;
rival chiefs shall rule over them;
but in order to reach this decision
they have kept almost the whole
male population of thoir country
under arms for an entire year, have
killed more than three thousand
of their fellow citizens in battlo,
have almost destroyed threo of their
most important cities, have permitted their fields to be uncultivated
and unproductive, and have expend'
ed about ten million dollars to
maintain armies in the field. This
is a pretty heavy price for a feeble
and impoverished people to pay.
Dut tiiey havo only paid the debt of
war Famine unci pestilence are
•;ti!l tn bo reckoned with, and it
may well be supposed that their
account will not be a light one.
And all this was to decide whether
Hippolyte or Legitime should be the
leading actor inthe farce of government.
Harold P. Brown, Esq., electric
engineer, read an interesting paper
recently beforo tho international
■congress of medical jurisprudence,
New York, which dealt principally
with the advantages and dangers of
electric lighting. This ia gotting
to be a very important question in
the larger cities, at any rate, where
electrio wires for lighting and other
purposes will soon form a perfect
network on every street, The
advantago;* are summed up as
follows : Tho air will no longer bo
polluted with smoke, for ono immense station provided with triple
on quadruple-expansion engines and
furnaces, in which combustion is
complete, will supply heat, light,
powor, and motion. The consequent
addition to human health, comfort,
and length of life by the banishment of dirt and noise will bo enormous. Electrical disinfection and
sewage purification are already in
use, nnd sinco we can command
immense volumes of electricity, it
is nob improbable that a better understanding of the laws of meteorology
will en ablo us to at least partially
control tho weather, and thus avoid
the ovil effects. of severe changes
and extreme temperatures. But to
offset these advantages, adds tho
essayist, earth and air are filled
with wires, many of which may be
oharged with swift and invisible
death, which may overtake tho
most cautious in a myriad of unseen
ways. If, then, tlie near future is
to see a thousand   electrical  horse
Eower distributed whero now wo
ave but one, it is clearly tho physician's duty to point out the dangerous currents, and it remains for the
lawyer to secure wise legislative
action preventing tho adoption of
i/iteins or apparatus which need-
leuly jeopardize human life and
health.   The  list  of deaths from
electric  lighting  numbers, though
incomplete, ovor two hundred in tho
past fow years; yet it must be borne
in   mind that not one streot in a
hundred or one building in a thousand is ns yet lighted by electricity,
and not more than half the houso
lighting uow done   is the work of
the   continuous   current used at a
pressure   that   cannot provo fatal.
Dangerous   electrical   systems   are
being rapidly installed in all parts
of the country, and in tho interests
of   human   life and health prompt
action   is   imperatively demanded,
Tho only safo and proper course is
to  have   a  thorough examination
mado by unpurchasable medico-legal
experts,   and   laws   in accordauco
with their   recommendations   submitted and urged for passage.   But
it may bo aaid that ths laws already
in force give the various boards of
henlth   full jurisdiction   ovor any
business, matter, or thing dangerous
to   life   or  detrimental to health.
Truo; but, while every other source
of danger is manifest to ono or more
of tho senses, electricity is silent,
impalpable,  odorless, invisible,   A
man in tho lawful pursuit of business or pleasure may bo flashed out
of life or  have his   nervous system
hopelessly shattered by   a   contact
between a metal railing and  damp
pavement, simply becauso some electric lighting company chooses to uso
a dangerous current or noglocts safeguards on account of their expense.
Special legislation, therefore^ is neoded to prevent theso hidden dangers.
Burying the wire's is no protection
unless you bury with them lights
and motors.   Chicago has never had
overhead electric light wires, and
yet at least   six   men  havo  been
killed in that   city  by   electricity,
Tho wires of   the   telephone,   telegraph,   messenger  service, firo  or
burglar alarm, etc., whilo harmless
in themselves either above or below
the surfaco, may bo   mado   death
dealing by tlie presence of a dangerous   system   of   electric   light   or
power.   If   corporations   nre   permitted as at present to enmesh our
cities with   wires  carrying death-
dealing   currents—currents   which
can   escape  and    produce    death
through any known insulation*—it
will not be long before the public
claincr will cause tho adoption of
laws hampering, if not destroying,
all electrical industries.   This question of regulating electric wires has
not become a pressing  ono in  the
cities of this province as yet, but it
ia worth while noting, aud profiting
from, tho experience of tho larger
cities  of the continent with   tho
aubtlo fluid  as a lighting,  heating
and motory agent.
DAIIiY BRlTISfl: COLUMBIAN, K2.W WKSTMIKaTto, ft 0., AUGUST 31, 1889.
ibmi \w\v_m*_____at_-__mKX-—==B^
VOLUME Vtt-NQ- 63.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Real Estate and Financial Agency
RICHARDS, HAYWOOD & MACKINTOSH,
Conveyancers tt Notaries Public.
£*. O. 23o-c SIS.
Tele--"*.o*-.o 3*To. 61
Children Cryfor Pitcher's'.
_&______l__lIBO-_T SI'H.XN-G-S
delated. "*\**vrater
(Direct from tho Springs.)
ENDORSED DY HIGH MEDICAL AUTHORITIES.
Tho above will bo delivered In Nov
Westminster twice u week. Leave order;
Willi P. C. MCCARTNEY,
Com mission Agent,
Douglas St.; Now Westminster.   uJlySti
HERBERT G. BOSS,
Commission Merchant,
Hamley Block, - Kew Westminster
JUST RECEIVED-*^ fino lot or samples
of
Brooms and Whisks
Frnm Jiipnn, frnm 80 cl**. to 5": iicr doz.
Also, samples <-f H.ITTIXU at 61 to$fl
per roll of -10 yards;
Auction Sale!
r HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
1 and will sell by I'ulilii- Anclioii, attlie
(j-Mlonlnl Hotel, on HATUHDA Y, AiiruhI
:!l).t. iv-ifl, fit ".TO o'clock p. m., the follow*
Int* valuable pro'ieity, viz,:
Kectinii -J"i (c ni i nl ii ins,' bin ui'ivs, more or
li'ss,), I'-loul* -'i NorMi, Utiii-iii Two West,
Township No, 08, Range weal of Coaat
Meridian, Now Wefitinliisler Dlstrlot;
ai.iiuMU'j mllasfrom Brpwp8vlU*),on Yale
road; \-% miles from Frnser River. Improvements—7 -.ere* cleiwil; all umt'T
fence. Souse, Ham Woodshed; 2 good
wells lli'Ht-clnss water. A youngunsluird,
{■oii-iistiiig of :;0 varieties of fnt It trees from
■1 lo I vDaifi old.   Terms cash.
A. Mi NELSON,
(ljy28td Auctioneer.
Tenders for Street fork,
TENDERS WILL RE RECEIVED AT
the City Hall, New Westminster, up
to I o'elook p. ni, on MUNDAY, Hep*
'emUer-iii-lt for llio
CRIBBING   OE    LOWER  END  OP
DOUOLAH STREET,
marked "Tender for Douglas St.," and nd-
div.wd !■) the "Chairman of   Hoard of
W'nW:-, cily Hnll, New Wetitminster."
No f'-'iiib-r entertained unless iiccom*
panted bydfiptisH ttaual to'finer cant* of
fimoiinl or tender, which shall boron'oiied
If jiitriy leiiderlng refuses or neglect:-: to
ciii'M- into a wmtriiot when called upon to
-tr, jo.   In tho event of a tonder not being
ncdoptod the deposit will bo returned.
Hans nnd Kpcidlh'iiilotis may hern'on In
tbe citv Engineer's omce, city HAU.
The lowest or uny tender not necessarily accepted,
J. O. JAQUEB,
Chnlrman of Board of works.
City Hall,
New Wostm instor, Aug. SO, IRRit.   dttnflOta
Look! Look!
NEW GOODS! NEW Q00DS!
Wo nro now ablo to offer tho Largest and
Finest .Stock of
ImportedTweeds
Worsteds,   Beavers,   Mel-
tons, Fancy Striped Partings, Overcoatings, &c.
JUST AIWIIVKD.
The only way to form nny any idoft of the
quantity antl quality of these GoodB
In to cnll nnd look, whether you
want anything or not,   Come
mid bo satisfied,
BEGGS &HEARD,
Leading Merchant   Tailors,
1 Door Wost ol Dickinson's Butcher Shop,
dmhlyl        88 OOLUMBIA HTREET.
Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms easy.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
TA/Tt~\-_.yr_\-*.r   /T\/-\    T     /-. A TVT        l*"*l****B*.'VE D0 N0T SPECULATE OURSELVES, bub aivo our cuo-
IVlON-EvY   TO    J_JkOAN.      _W>fmm        tomors tho bonofit of nil our special bargains.
=OFFIOES :=
OOLONIAL HOTEL BUILDING,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
178 OOROOVA ST.
VANCOUVER.
61 YATE8 ST,
VICTORIA.
JAMES D. RAE
[SUCCESSOR TO D. McFHADENJ
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FIRST-CLASS
Groceries and Provisions
ST* XE1 JE MM a     tXl ea m
Coffees Roasted and Ground on the Premisos.   Fine Teas a Specialty,
ilwly —™—COLUMBIA STREET
Vuoonffr City Foundry £ Machine Works Io.
(I.IM1T---3)
Engineers, Boiler Makers, and Iron and Brass Founders
HAVING GREATLY INCREASED THEIR PREMISES AND MACHIN-
ery, arc in a position to iniilcrtake tlie construction nnd repairs of Itlni'lllC
mul Stationary Engines anil Boilers, milling, mining and Cannery
mnchillery. ns well as Castings and Forging!) of every description.
Estimate given j nil work guni-antecd.
D. CARTMEL, A. McKELVIE,
General Manage!*. dwjinto Mechanical Manaokk.
Tho abovo brand of Chemically Pure WHITE LEAD is mixed
and ground to an impalpable fineness by a new process invented and
controlled by us.   The Lead is snow-white, works easy undor tho brush,
and covers a greater surface than Leads ground in the old way.
THE WILLIAM JOHNSON CO.,
County Court of New Westminster.
rpHE SITTING of tho nbovo Court Is
1 postponodfroroWfldttesdfty-Sepr, 4th,
to WEDNESDAY-, Sept. 111b.
W. H, FALDING,
ilwtui-OUl Registrar.
loclionSale!
A BALE BY PUBLIOAUOTIONOFTHE
Real mul l'fin«m!ii Estate of tlio late
JUt.LorTt'H H. MoInnks will lie hold nt
tno COLONIAL HOTEL, Now Westminster-ii.0.. on
Saturday, August 31,1889,
At 7.80 o'clock ]>, m„ by A. M. Nki-sos,
Ancil'itieL-r, when tbo following valuable
property-will bn sold without rem-rveto
tlto highest bl'.lder.
Tkkmh-Tcii percent, down ami tbo rc-
innliut'i' In len dnys from date of Bale,
CITY PKOPlUtTY.
LOT 10, BLOCK XVIII-OOxlJB foot, to-
■•other with DWELLING HOUSE and
init-hoii"OsLh('lni* tlio residence of (ho
Into I>r. L, ft. Mcliines,
lot 8, BLOOK Q—Merchant*' Rqtinro-
3'JxOifj foundation piled nnd enpped,
ready for building.
DISTRICT PROPERTY.
N, E, frnetlonal % Seo. 28, Township 3~
ooiitalnluc* 101 acres. This valuable)
piece of land is bounded by Boundary
liny on tbo oast, nnd hy a gazetted road
on lho north; Isfcncodontwoslden.niid
for ngrlcult-ural purposes cannot be surpassed hy nny land m tho provinco.
E. % ot 13, y ot Sep, S, Township 8, being K
inllo In width byl inllo in length; containing ttlO aores, nod having about 10
aores undor fence, a dwelling house
18x2(1 foot, tv barn 80x50 foot, nnd sheds
adjoining, Much of tho abovo lnnd is
open and vory easily cleared and excellent for agricultural purposes,
W.yot E. % of Bfc. 3, Townships, being
y milo in width byl mile In length:
containing 100 acres timbered land; soil
ilrst-class quality,
N. E, y Hoc. O&Ji aroun I, containing -10
lien* limbered hind lying iy miles from
(,', 1\ It, and a miles from Port Moody.
PORT MOODY TOWN PROPERTY.
Snlwllvlslons ot Lot 201, Group I (Murray
Property).
Frnotlonnl I,ots 2 4II,     BIoolc 3
Pull "    13,18411, "    2.
Frnetlonal "   6.   , .   , ".,, 8:   hnll
ronulrotl liy O, P, _» [not sottled fori.
Pull Lot 7, Ulool- a.
" "  13,    "     6.
Rub-illvlsloiis of Lot 202, Group I (Clark
Lots«,,«_,(l * 15. lllook 2.
"   18 S, IH, Jllotik 1); reiiulreil liy O. P.R.
[not settled fnr],
Hiib-illvlslous of T,nl _n_, Group I (lloiivon
Property,!
t,ots 1. & III, lllock M.
PERSONAL PROPERTY.
1 Home, Harness, lluiwy, Gutter. Saddle
A Ili'ldlo, Jowelry, Hlmt-Gllti, Olllco Pur-
nltiiro, Hurseon's (llitilr, Instruments,
IJniKS, Medicines, Medloal Hooks, Ac.
J. A. BODINBON,
dllylOld Hiciiutor.
EXHIBITION BUILDING
Must mako It known to tho Secretary
At an Early Date.
T. R. PEARSON,
dwnti20ini srfflOR.HT.A.ST*'*..
TO SMOKERS.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FORTHE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
„_t„, MAINLAND.
*arFh.uy uro not only mndo of tlio
Ch0lCC8t TobaCCO but they are of
Home Manufacture, and should bo
patronixotl by all good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HOLimooK I!t;iI,llIN(l,
COLUMBIA STREET,        KEW WESTMINSTER.
dwWuoly
0, E. WOODS
Und Surveyor.
A. C. GAMBLE
Notary Publio.
Woods, Turner Si Wis
LAND SURVEYORS,
\\m\MW\
AND CONVEYANCERS,
jLO-xaNTa jrou
P1HB.—The Western of Toronto.The Ait-
na.TheCltyofLondon,and Tho Hart*
ford.
LIFE.—The Now York Life Insurance Co.
AOC1DBNT—The Travellers' of Hartford
Laud Surveying In all Its branches oo*
curatoly and promptly carried out.
City and, Buburhan Landi Atr Bale.
We can show n complete list of deslrablo
localities.
Fni mlng Landi- Improved and unimproved, throughout tlie dlstrlot.
Mining and otber Stock bought and
sold. m   .
Money to Loan on flrst mortgage al
low rates. 	
Tblbpiiohr GAM. No. 88,
P. 0. Dbawbr W.
WOODS. TQRNKR Jt (lAMBLK,
Offioi, EtuRD-i Blook,   •   Columbia Strict
NBW WESTMINSTER,
dmhllto
A.   DesBRlSAY,
Corner Columbia and Blackie Streets,
OPP. C. P. R. STATION,
General Groceries & Provision Merchant
ESBLSCTED
Teas, Coffees, Spice3, Butter, Eggs, Cheese,
Dried Meats, Canned Goods, Fruits
and Confectionery.
BUGGBESS     gUGQIES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A CVIMiOAft or*
Pell, Rice Coil-spring iMcLaughlan
MM MJ ttS- .EtM.MSmm
—ALSO—
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
IJSF The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia."^"
dwap-u,    IFfcoici «fe 0*o.*r*ri©.
■JTJST    j^-R-RI*V--E33D-
30,000 BAGS
Get Our Prices Before Purchasing.
NDING TWINE
Large Stock Just Received Direct.
F.C. Strickland & Co.
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Ill Mri 1   iliruvn u a j
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
HEAT PURVEYORS IN GENERAL.    PRESIl AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
xarSpuclnl lines quoted for tho shipping trade.   Family orders strictly attended
to.   Hotels vill find it to thoir interest to place tlielr orders with tho abovo firm,
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBACH,
fSUt'OESSOBS TO TV. B. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Bacon, Sausage, Bolognas, Etc.
dtiolyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
Ths OoMJ-tniAN Printing Establishment Iiiw finst-climn facilities for
nil kinds of Commercial Printing. Bill Heads. Letter Heads, Circulars,
Cardi, Envelope*, Blank Forms of every description, Posters, Dodgers,
Prioe Lllti, 4-0, Prices will bo found as low ss at nny other oflico where
flrst-olass work is done.
STOVES! stove:
■Q-O    TO-
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
Cheap Cooking Stoves & Ranges!
DONT FORGET THB ADDRESS!
■OXtV   TO'
SAMUEL MELLARD, ■  CHILLIWHACK,
Whom we have appointed our sole agent for our celebrated
Stoves in that district. Mr. Mellard will supply our Stoves at
New Westminster prices. dwnoly I
THIS Sl'AOIa BELONG.'! TO
H. T. READ & CO.
HARnWARR MERCHANTS.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine Shop
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
atr.-___.__trj__.i3n___--X~
3e*,ojB33-r,t -_t_.j_t.txr,
2-_:j-_.2<r-_r2_'_e_.a,T_Tzr-B_--t--_B. o*o*
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY
AfiRICULTIIRAL & ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.—All orders from tho uppor country promptly atteniletl to.
tlwnolmO
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, New Westminster.
Wi
IJ
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS hll kinds of Woolen Goods
ISGADV-NADE CLOTHING.
f*^* The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of tlie New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmhjotc
ROYAL CITY
i ills Oompany, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
MANUVACITRKRS AND DKALBRS IN
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS.
jusixz, A.X.X. ici-nds os-
WOOd Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows.
Mouldings. Balusters,
Blinds. Brackets,
Railings. Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
tiolPdwly
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(LATH O* EK01A1ID)
Cornor ol Ohnroli nml Columbln Rtroet-,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
WKntlB-nollon ffutirniitnert.    dwfolle
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(fjRlo Partner of John MnVlokor)
MINING BNGINRRH. R.ft. A PUOVIN*
CIAI-HIIKVKYOK, ft AHHAYKH.
MASOMI1! 'fKMPJ.B I1I.OOK, Vanoodvib,
lirlt. Ool.
i-witeltuhlo rciiort-Dp tuuler-fround mir*
vt-VH unci mapn of mines excontc-l nt low
nuca, AsaiiyR mndo on till hiti-1n of min*
ornln, gold and silver iiiirw. Thirty yenrs'
experlt-nca In mlnlilR In Asln, Kurope
and United huuch of Amnrlen, Hpenks
ton langunROfi, Awnnyii from n dlnlnnce
promptly nltoiidod to. Addresi Vanoouver, B.9. ttdsino
WANTED.
off itOYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
,tm   THOUSAND   COKDS   OKDAIl
Dolts, lour to sovontci'ii feet lonn.—
TO PURCHASERS.
3f1HE LIH PENDENS PLACED ON MY
L   property by Hole and Corbould ft Mo*
oil hns boon removoi].
dauSto MH8. EMMA (IOW».
^/^RESTAURANT
OPPOSITE O. V. N. WHAUF,
Front Street, New Weitmlmlor.
Ol-E-I DAI ASD -MUIT.
Oysters servoil In overy style. A call
solicited, G. WILLIAMS A Co.,
djlysiml Proprietor,. Votttttt m-JTO. M
Daily beixish ooitMBiAN, iraw wasTMiteEa.B. d, Afiotialiiu uA
I   OSTBIOH FARMING.
.ov/ the  Bird of the Beautiful
Plumage Is Raised,
—————  ^'■Pu—    ...
CiiHi'ornla Industry lhat Returns Hood
■roiltH, Though the Bilks Aro Groat-
I Boino of the Ways and Characteristics of the Ostrich.
Anion*? tho many points of interest about
ua city is the Past-dona Ostrloh Farm,
Titer- n Cincinnati Enquirer correspondent
>m Pasadena, Cal. It is only a short rido
untowtj. -■.'■■-3--V-
)n one of the Innumerable sunny, cloud-
s duys that come to Southern California
i visited tho ostrloh farm. Oyer the en-
,ueo gate are tbo words: ''Admission
onty-nve cents." We had boon invited
look at thn rare birds, so our purses wore
nc tho lighter forthe visit
Uo tore us was a picketed inclosuro, over
10 -side of whichoanvas is tacked, that tho
unouspassers-bymaynot havoa view of
101 ih t riches without paying tho admission
'0.
Leaving tho carriage wo walked along to
o tne sido of the inclosuro. Ab wo stood
(foro the fence the keeper gave a peculiar
I nnd tlio oBtrlchoa hurried toward us.
a lin.1 oxpeeted such gre at birds to move
It ward ly. Instead, thoy move with an
iy, gliding gait not unlike the eamels,
-rhiips both acquired it in the same wny—
■mil wallringovor tho deep sands in their
itiveland.
Tlioro must have boon twelve or fifteen
t riches In the corral.' They aro strange*
oking creatures, with long, baro logs,
ond, flat bodies, and long, serpent-like
loks, woll suited to their small heads and
Slight oyes, The body of the ostrich is
om four to flvo feet high, and the head
fea high above the back, eight or ten feet
mi tho ground.
'.a we gazed at tho strange birds one of
r party remarked, laughingly, that the
lying, "A bird in the hand, etc.," seemed
hnvo lost its meaning.
tiimlitig boforo eight or ten of the queer
rds, with their small heads darting here
id thoro, by the quick twists and ourves
tho b naif c-liko necks, is enough to make
o uncomfortable. Tho legs arc bo stilt
:o tlmt, for a time, only scaly, bare legs
W writhing necks impressed ub. ' •**
Wo offered a few oranges in our out*
Irotchod hnnds. Tho necks wriggled over
o high fonce and quickly tbe oranges
fere snatched from our open hands and
.vnllowcd whole.
Wo know that this is true, for we saw
'cm passing down through the long,
nidor necks, The most fortunate of the
■iches showed two or three distonsjons
Uio nook.
1'ho bird's foot has two toos-indeed, It
ny he snid to have one great toe with
other seemingly undeveloped.
[But lb is for its plumage that the ostrloh
noted. Wo turned our attention to the
taninga
)i*he great bodies aro thickly covered with
drlnpping feathers, looking somewhat
id thoroughly worn-out tips. Tho male
ji\ls aro black; the females a brownish
jny.
[Wo wore greatly surprised to see the
Inni-m- of plumes on the wings—not less
n thirty or forty overlapping on the tip
nuh wing.
■lho keeper throw several handfuls of
jn, to iho ostriches, also some alfalfa (a
put of hay), cut up and wet with water.
scorned greedy, but we were told It
|tl cot require a great doal to beep them.
'ilo tho heads were darting about for
u food on the ground the keener lifted
In of the wings and ran bis hand through
Ti muss of feathers, calling forth an ex-
II •. utiou of surprise and delight from, each
TUil.
fn-o finest, heaviest plumes In which
ftiiion nhvaya delight are tho tall feathers
■hii soft whito ones arc from the tail of the
|il-> bird.   Long white feathers nlso tip
0 wings of tho male, but tho most of his
.»i.( r->nih*ii'a are block. •■   ■
h'lioso nro tlie three natural colors—black,
liko and gray—and after cleaning the
litliora aro ready for use, If the natural
Boris desired. Of course, tho white ones
Int bo blenched, and if some color otber
lin thoso mentioned is desired, It Is ob*
■ncd by dyeing. i      ........
pV 11 ho furm the wing feather may be had
r nbout fl.50, tho prico varying with the
ii of the feathers.
:i ostrich egg is about the length of
-1 hand and about ns wide, in form like a
i'.' ogg, excepting tliat it is less pointed.
a heavy lu proportion to its si..c, for tho
II is very thick; in nppearanco It Is like
|rceiaiu.  We saw threo shells "blown
" liko Easter eggs. The price of the
l-ity shell is 81.501 The fresh eggs aro
j. lo bo had at any prico.
tourists buy the empty eggs. Somedeco*
be i lie in for their Eastern homes. But
ley would certainly bo much more pleas*
|t without tho "decoration."
Hero in California tho oggs are hatched
■incubators. Wo were told tliat hatched
I th is way the young birds made their ap*
|.ii-iint'o after forty daj-B and aro then about
e size of a hon.
tr. Africa, tho homo of the ostrich, tbe
pa aro often loft for days with no othor
Li than that of tho sun.  Hore the nights
1 so cold that tho only practicable way of
"ching tho oggs is by tho use of an inou-
:ov.
■lie birds of which I havo been writing
I* about four years old, and wero Imported
Xni A Erica. Tho length of timo required
3 eggs to this country from Africa Is
I groat that It mokes their Importation
lolly im practicable.
JtlicuM the conditions here prove favorable
■thu rnisingof tho oBtrlch It ought to bo a
Iry profit nblo business. Each bird boars
■ mnny plumes, andtlieso maybe gathered
Vijr.
Iti many localities In Africa where tho os-
Ll. wus onco found In great numbers, they
e rapidly disappearing before the maroh
■civilisation.
w't-omcnrly times tholr plumes havo been
[ii'ivil. iiii'.Uvorn.  Tho demand for them
n::'tobo Increasing rather than dimin-
ng.  Thoir demand has made what is
|i'M "ostrich farming" very profitable in
_.  In a wild state from five to fifty
liiL-hcs may bo found togothor.  Tho nost
I. i.iniilow pit Boraped outof the sond with
nil-fnat.  In thia nent from four to flvo
■■mien lay tholr oggs. When ten to twelve
Vs ure laid tho cook begins to brood.
[ring tho night ho Is surrounded by his
This Is presumably to guard tho
bt from jackals and other wild animals,
■her tbau to assist in hatching thooggs.for
\y are ofton left for days to the heat of
f Bun only.  About thirty eggs are laid
lhe nest and as many more are scattered
■undIt. •■<iy-: .-^,i
Hunters often covor themsolvos  with
Jsks of oBtrlch fcathors, and In this way
broach the shy birds. Only the young
Ids aro captured,     v-.- &_
|fthoostrich in Southorn California misses
torrid heat of its nativo country, it
I'oly could not desire a sunnier land than
\h.\ industry Iain its Infancy horo. Time
i tell how profitable it will be when thoso
L'ugvd in the business thoroughly undor-
Iml "■"■tTtnttttBW
hum ai.u. tiid Lotters.
i much mischief has been dono by the
tilish habit of keeping old letters, that It li
■bo to adopt tho rule of destroying thom at
tco. Their mUilon Is ended, what arotliey
pdforl "I muy liko to read thom while
levering from an illneBs," says somo ono.
Ilmwt As If these would bo tho tonic you
Vied at Bueh a timo. Better fnr a breath
■puro air. We aro all prone to brood too
n'h as such times, nnd need no suoh help
Jtlrnt direction. Let this ploa for the
Irniug of letters bo a strong ono, Busi-
\ 3 letters should bo filed and labeled.
vo u blank book into which to copy suoh
os or extracts as may be ot valuo in
futuro for references.  This can be
o when lottors nre answered. Thou
I" 'i thom and soo tho ashes, It Is the sor*
a Instead of the joys that most lottert
In: ain. Thoy aro tho safety-valve for deo*
Vi'ng from friend to friend, good In their
Int', but somottniOB worse tl nn uboIoss In
|e future.  Every day brings new expo
iiikob. Weare constantly changing, and
I many cuaoa would be ashamed of our own
Iters written ten years ago,    v
A  HEADLESS  UHU8T.
An Enell-ih farmer's Ci'iiol Ilovengo on
lli-i Z'nliiii I.ji'Iy IjOVO.
About thirty miles south of London, in
ono of tho prettiest parts of Etfgliijitl- i:; a
village called Shalford. Adjoining ib is a
largo common, or public pasture. Thero
aro a few houses fronting on it, prominent
amongwhich thoro was, about twenty years
ago, a rather singular-looking cdifieej
known to the vlllago folk as tho "IMnok
House." The namo waa apparently ill-
chosen, for the bricks wero white timl uio
tiles a bright red. But thero wus a good
reason for tho name, as any local gpsbipcr
waB pleased to explain. Tho Ugusb hud
beon built by a farmer named Soiucrk
forthe reception of a young lady of good
position who was shortly to bocomo his
brido. Tho wedding day had boen Used.
But a few daya beforo tho one fixed for
tho wedding day tho brido disappeared, and
a few hours after her departure a farm
hand in the employ of Homers was also
sought for and found not.
Rumor coupled the two names, and the
disappointed bridegroom started off in hot
ha-ito in pursuit. For several montha tho
houso remained untenanted, but ono niglit
lights wore observed iu the windows. Tho
next duy tlioro was much speculation as lo
whether Reiners Uud returned or wl'otlicr
ho had rented. But there wore Tie signs of
life during tho next nor the succeeding day,
and finally it was thought advisable lu force
an entry. Accordingly tho local b..i '■■.-
smith and Boraors1 farm bailiff broke Opon
tho front door. Tho houso wus found exactly as left by Bomora when ho started (,-ut
on his tour of rovongo, nor was there any
explanation to bo dotcctedof tho lights uocn
at night,
That ovening tho windows worougain
bright, aud for several bucccbbIvo frights
tho phenomenon was ropoatod, Finally a
committor of throo wna appointed toinveetl*
gate. Tlio mombera of tho committeo wero
the bhickamlth, the parish clerk, und an eld
Bkopllo who believed in no ono bnt himsolf.
After eating a hearty supper at the village
inn tho trio aot ont on their tusk, Tho clerk
was very norvous, the blacksmith defiant
and tho skoptio sarcastic. Tho door was
forced open nnd tbe mon procoodod to investigate. They mado a tour of all tho
rooms, but dlacovored nnthiug. Tho clerk
becamo reassured, tho blacksmith sighed
for someone or something to fight, and 'tho
skeptic threw In an "I told you thore was
nothing" every, two or threo minutes.
But shortly beforo midnight tho light of
the lanterns carried by tlio Intrepid investigators wna supplemented by a bright Illumination which seemed to huvo uo natural
source. The clerk looked at tlio blacksmith, and even the skeptio felt himself it*.
fault. Suddenly tho flrst mimed sprang
to his feot and rushed headlong out iuto tho
passage, along it to the front door, and
through it on to the opon pasture, The
blacksmith and tho skeptic turned and
decided to follow hia leud as best thoy
could. .For, standing In the far corner wti**
a figure so weird that not ovon the skoptiis
could control his fears. It was the li-rure
ofayoung woman, absolutely houtUcso,ana
enveloped In n shroud of Burpasningbrill*
lanoy. From this unnatural olothiug tho
mysterious light seemed to emerge, Tho
two men got away safely and corroborated
tho parish clerk's description of the si;ene.
Tho story wus not generally credited, but
again and again was tho houao rented, only
to be vacated by oach succeeding tenant
after ono day's occupation. Neither
Somora nor his falso lady lovo ever reappeared at Shalford, and when your correspondent last saw it the blank houso was
Btill unoccupied and was gradually falling
into ruins,  |
HIBERNIAN   BLUNPERS.
A Tow Bulls of Action nml C'ontltiot as
Wullns Spoken Bulls;,
Auvlrisiimau, testifying in a police-court,
was asked to explain why ho had "shewn
tho white feather" on'ao'ertii.ii occasion.
"'Tis better to bo n coward for Ave minutes
than dead all your life," horeplled, Another
Irishman, whilo accompanying n ii-Mng
party, bud a bad fall down a Bleep mouutuin.
slope, ricking himself up, ho devoutly ox-
clulmed: "Glory be to God Unit I wasn't
walking; back ovor the mountains a dead
man I"
Tho humor of thoso blunders lies in tho
Inability of tho speakers to regard lifo tut
excluding dcatli, and death ns excluding
life. But neilhor of them is n iiouson**ical
expression, ontho contrary, each iilustni tea
what an Irish writer snys of Irish blunders;
"They nro frequently humorous hyporbolos,
und prcsent.vory often tho moat energetic
modo of expressing the speaker's opinion.''
An Irish poasanttalksof "a-.throng weakness," and says that "tho wator Is dry in
the river," and tolls you that "tho only wuy
to prevent what's past ia to put u stop to It
before it happens.« Ho will confess, "I can
always remember things in advance," or,
"Thero I sat expecting thai every moment
would bo my next," and describe drops of
rain as varying In slzo "from a shilling to
eighteen police."
These expressions aro "bulls," but they
are also picturesque blunders sueh as could
be madoonly by a peasantry gifted with wit,
metaphor nnd Ingenuity. "Even the cutters
of turf und drawers of whisky aro orators,"
wrote Maria Edgoworth of tho IriBh pens-
ants, moro than eighty yoars ago.
A writer, on whoso essay in the London
Spectator wo havo drawn, points out that
thoro nro bulls of notion and conduct as well
as spoken bulls.
An Irish lndy, observing that hor bod*
curtalus had caught flro, hurried away to
fetch wator. Sho caught up a1 can of wat or,
and aa sho was about to pour it upon the
flames romoinborcd that it was hot water,
and mentally doclded that it could beof no
uso, An Irhh school-boy placed a cup full
of coffee on a sloping desk. Finding lhat it
overflowed, he Bought te remedy his difficulty by turning the cup around. An
Irish tenant wishing to raise the roof of his
cabin began by excavating the floor.
An Irishman, on a gentleman saying to
hlra: "How did you like that whisky, Put!"
at onco replied; "Suro, your honor, it has
mado nuothor mnn of mo, and that other
man would like n glass, too." A temporanco lecturer might mako that bull do
good Borvlco In lllust rating the fact that "tho
first glass" doos tho mischief.
CORNELIUS VANDERBILT.
A Womttn'a L'on l'loum- ef the *tY*inUlii«-it
of Aiuerlaua MllUumilt-oj..
Here Is a woman's Idea of Hr. Cornelius
Vanderbllt: "Ho Is," Bho doclarod to a
NowYork reporter, "by fnr tho boBtrlook-
Ing and best-dressed of our millionaires.
This young man is decidedly at* motive to
tho eye. He ia of excellent height nnd
figure, and bis clothes- whilo never foppfuti,
are Immaculate, and exhibit pluinly the
work of as good a tailor as oan bo found In
New York. Atthothoator Mr. Vanderbllt
lo invavlnbly In perfect evening dress; and
tho effect of clonnuoss that ho always produces ia truly noticeable I don't suppose
there la a better groomed man In tho oily.
His firm, solld.ehiu nnd mouth always huvo
tho newly shuvod look of a gentleman of
leisure, hia Uny whiskers Justin front of
his oars are trimmed with oxquii-Ho exact,
ueas, his linen Is Hko snow- apd his pal out
leather shoes look as thoughthoy had novor
been worn bofore. Mr. Vanderbllt hn-j the
face of n thoroughly trustworthy and
•direwd man ot buainess, The ForOhoaflis
broad and smooth, tho eyes kindle with
-pronounced Intelligence of exprosslou. 'iho
mouth is sot with the gontle strength of n
man accustomed to rulo and to succeed.
He Inherits all that shrewd and courageous
brightness of vlsago that you cau find In a
portrait of the old Commodore. I never seo
Cornelius Vanderbllt but what I appreciate
his capacity for being vory rich, It does
not bowlldor him or dazalo him. Any innn
with his porsoual nppoarauco must perforce bo at least scnslbloand decent, I havo
seen sueh faces lu serious and industrious
physicians, lawyers nnd ministers, I never
saw a man with audi u fnco who waa uot to
n great degreo successful In a worldly way.
SeiiouB, courtly, woll-droBsod, clean and
solidly handsome, this la Cornelius Vundor*
hilt, still young, but with a woll-grown family and mlUlouB of dollars."
A Little Mixed in bpee
••itftininn," said little HnVflid ■*.« ho Blood
bg Un window Olio day, "tiViv goes Mre.
Bmlfwivfln umboi'Bol ovor Inn head nn'd
his rubber gothamer uud It Isn't waning.
Isn't hen funnv wonmni'   Ithiuksho are."
:ai%
•ry
••I have used Palne's Celery compound and 11
bus hud a snlutar]
effect. Itiurtgorat
ctlthosystem and!
feel Hko a now
mnn. It unpro7Ct
the appetite and
facilitates digestion." J. T. COPS*
laki), Primus, S. a
Spring medicine meanamorenow-a-daj-sthaalt
flldten yeara ago. Tho winterer 1B88-8& haslofl
tho nerves an fagged out. Tho nerves must b<
strengthened, tho blood purified, liver and
bowels regulated. Palne's Celery Compound-
tho Bprtna mediolne of today-doe?, all this,
as nothing elso can. Pretcribtd by Physicians,
Recommended by Druggists, Endorted by Binittere,
Guaranteed by the Manufacturers to be
The Beet
Spring Medicine.
•* in the spring of lesT I was all run down, 1
would got up ln tho morning with bo tired a
tooling, nnd was so weal: that Icould hardly get
around. I bought a bot tlo of Palne's Celery Compound, nnd beforo I had taken It a week I felt
vory much bettor. I can clieefully recommend
It to all who need a building up and strengthen,
log medicine." Mra.ii.A.uow,uuriiDgton(vt.
Paine's
Celery Compound
Is a unique tonic and appetizer. Pleasant to
the taste, quick ln ita action, und without uny
Injurious' effect, It gives that rugged health
which makea everything taste good. It cures
lyspepsla and kindred disorders, l-hyaiolane
prescribe It. $i,oo. Six for 10.00. Druggists,
Wbllb, ntcuAnnsoH&Co.,   ■  Moutb-ial.
oamHD dyes S&zn&l.'Zrl
uctated nmfeKSttfSSt
W. O. LOYE,
Repnirlue Nently Done. Cork Sole
Work a Speolalty.
■nrordors promptly attended to.
Clurkson St., in ronr of Colonial Hotel, next to Rand Bros.' olHee. dnolto
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
o .-&. ies.-a? East's   *
Temple of Music!
Is llif Plnce to Uny FlrsM'lflss
pianos A** mum
.Ubkluli Trices ami Teliiihiu will Suit
Any Rca-onnblo Buyer.
Vancouver, Ii. C.
. West. 'InplOto
[He-wed from Saakioh to Vi'to-i'I
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,
<lmli"Om(l VIOTOIUA, B. 0.
BUSINESS NOTICE
I HAVE THIS DAY TAKEN INTO
partnership E. W. MoIhwiks and In
future tho businesa will bo conducted undor tho name und stylo of A. A E. W.
MolNNins, A. MclNNIES.
Xjrrv, wish to notify the public
VV Uml W'j bnvc re-opened In the NEW
STORK, riti'iirrfiilititil-la •*.* Iloiigltu* SU.,
with iHnU.iind select llneof
Croceries & Provisions
Soliciting n continuance of the nubile
putronugo.       A, A E. W. MCINNIE&
Now West., August 0,1830. dauOyl
Lima Ucglstry Ordinance, 1870
The S. E. \ of Section 18 nnd the N. E.
i of Section 7, Township 8, New Westminster District, and pnrt (1 acre) of
Lot No. 0, Block XII, Now Westmin
ator Suburbs,
WHKBBA8 THH CERTIFICATES OV
Title Of OltABLES   MCDONOBQll   to
lhe nbove mentioned horldltaments havo
been lost or destroyed, nnd whereas application has been niiidu to mn for the Usu*
niiue nf duplicitl!* of O'l'tillcHtCH ot Title hi
the stead of those so lost or destroyed*
Notice Ih horutiy Klvcn that Hiich dupll-
I'iUi-iVi'Mtlmitfis will bo l-sncrt nt the expiration or one month from date, unless
in the menntime vnllcl objection tu tbo
•.'ontriiry bo made to me ill writing.
T. 0. TOWNLEY,
District Registrar,
I.iuiit lie-iliiti'.vOlUcc, '
Now Wesimtnster.'J-ini August, 1880,
da uil ml
^•TCriOsBL
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
wo have applied to lhe Hon. Minister
of the Interior for license to mit timber
ou the following lands:
Commencing ut the north-east corner of
Uit iiSil, Qronp 1, New Westminster Dlslrlct! thenco duo north tofhosouth llneof
llio Mm'ilyvMl'. Company's limit; tlioncn
east along tbe souln boundary of snld
jlmttstn tne westerly boundary of Miction
ID, Township UU; thenoo non tli along the
satd westerly boundary to tho BOuth-woSt
corner of Section lit; theneo enst along the
south liouniliiry of snld senMoti lo tho
westerly bnnlt of the Comittlnm rivor;
thenoo southerly ntut following the suid
westerly Intuit: to the northerly boundary
of Lot tSo, Group l; thenoe westerly along
tbe snld northerly boundary to tlio northwest corner of mild hit; thence duo wchI to
IheciiKlerly boundnry of hot ttHH; ihoiiee
nortb along satii boundary to place of
beginning; containing hi ull .'20 ncres.
Aide—Claim No. 2, commencing ut tbo
north-west corner of Btavehnke* thence
west SO chnlns; thence south 80 olinlns;
thence enst-U) chains, to tho slioro of the
Inke; thenoe following the shoro to plnco
of commencement--ubout 480 acres, more
or less,
ltOYAI, CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
[Limited).
John Hendry, Munnger.
ister, Aug,"" ■*""'
dnuJMml
NOTIOB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ItO dnys nfl-er date I Intend applying
to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands mm
Works for permission to lease the following described lnnds:
1, Commencing at a post on Vuldez Islnnd, on l ho north sido of lho in.surveyed
channel, running thenoe north 40 ohnlns;
west lilt elininn, to corner of Loamy A
Kyle's timber elnlm; thenco west, along
tliolr line (io chnlns: louili NO chulns, to
shoro; liiciico following shore to point of
commencement-,
2. Commencing nt a post on Valdes In-
lnnd, on the south side of lho unmirvoyed
ebnnuol, opposite u channel known ns
Holo In tbu Wnll, running thenoo south
70 chulns; west 20 ehalns: south 2ft ohnlns;
wost 100 qlinlnsi north SO olinlns, to shore;
thonco along tbe shoro to point of com*
mencomont.
0. Commencing at a post 40 obalns east
of Indlnu Reserve on Kanisny Arm; thenco
houthfiOcbnlns; enst Wtehulns; north 20
chulns; onstBtTOlialhSI nnil.li lOchnins:
I'lici liiiiclutlus; tiortlifiOt'liiilns; west 101)
chulns; south iii chains) wo-t 80 chnlns;
south 20chains; west 80chains; soutli BO
obnins, to place of commencement.
4, Commencing nt post 18 chains from
south-west rorncrof post, of the Moodyvllle Kinv Mill Co.'s limits, nt tlm heart of
Miili.spinii, Intel; llience south 20 cliulna;
west 40 chnlns; south 10 chains; cast ho
cb'ns; north •iOolialnstonil "iichalns;norlli
(10 chains: wcstOJclinlmi; HOUlh 40ciiiiins;
weat05 c lains, to place of oomnionoe*
ment. HENRY V.EDMONDS.
-Now Westminster, 15th Aug., 1880.
dauSiml
British Columbia
Tho Annual Exhibition of tho
British Columbia Agricult'l Association
Will 1)0 Hold nt llio NEW EXHIBITION  BOILDINCI,
Queen's Park
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
uud FRIDAY,
OCTOBER 2ND, 3RD & 4TH,'8
$7000 - S7000
XX PRIZES
For  Exhibition   and   Sports.
In connection with this Exhibition will
bo the opening of Quoon's Park and nu
extensive programme of RPOIITH and
GAMES, PROCESSIONS, FIRE-WORKS,
Ac, under direction of the Citizens' Committee.
All entries for the Exhibition must up
made with the Secretary before noon on
TUESDAY, October 1st.
All htocli nnd other exhibits from south
of tho river will ho carried noross on tho
stenm ferry, fiirb of ciunru;, ftnd drays
will be found at rnllwny atntionK tuiij
wharves to convey exhibits, pavs, to tho
Grounds.
Special Beiluceil Dates will be given on
all railways and steamers to persona und
exhibits com ing tothe Exhibition,
As It Is expected the ntt-nidniicunt Ibis
Exhibition will be very large, the Directors hope to see an exhibition worthy of
tho resources of tno province.
Further Information mny bo hnd from
the prize lists [which will be sent free on
application], or from the secretary,
T.R, PEARSON,
SECRETARY.
Ni.w Wisthikstkii, Ans. 23.18S8.
dwiu-2'ml
GR-A-IDT-D
New Westminster, B. C.
Mn* Provincial Agricultural Exhibition,
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
and FRIDAY,
OCT. 2nd, 3rd and 4th, '89
SIX BRASS BANDS in ATTENDANCE.
$7,000
IN PRIZES!
FDR SPORTS AHD EXHIBITION.
Sl'ORTS Tl, CONSIST OF
Horse KaciiiK, Vuclit Kacing,
Boat anil Canon Racing,
Atlilctic Sports,
lacrosse, Base-IraH, Foot-ball,
Hose Reel Contest, antl
Rifle Matches.
SCOTTISH Ml
ITNllUIl THU ATJHFI0K8 OK TIIK
GRAND TRADES AND SOCIETIES
PKOCESSION
 ON	
Thursday Morning, Oct. 3rd.
itepMBontiug tho Cheat Industries
of our Coun try.
Grand Ball!
—ON—
Wednesday Evening, Oct. 2nd.
CELEBRATION TO END WITH
IMMENSE
Torchlight Procession!
ON FIl-.SEK KIVISU, ANIl GRAND
DISPLAY OP
FIRE-WORKS
On rrlilny EvcnliiB, Oil. 4th.
Excursion **.atcs from all points.
dorFor'ull Inlormntlon nnd Prlso Lists
kuusiiihU bills.
W. II. TOWNSEND,
Mnyor.
J. S. O, FRASER, Troasurar.
.     a T. MACKINTOSH,
nii22til Scorolnry.
NOKCOB.
A IjT. persons ahe warned that
A BamoeIj GKBint bus uo right or title
to any portion of
LOT   Mti,   ';ROir   I,
New Westminster District, and any sales
purporting to be made by hlm of uny por*
tlon of the said Lot, Will be void
*,.„_ Donald A. Smith,
*or U.B. Angus,
J. M. BROWNING,
Commissioner.
Vancouver, July 25,1880. djly31ml
CITY BREWERY!
A.1© !~Ale!
The Very Best ln the City Ih Brewed by
JOHN W. ANDRZEJEWSKJ
At the City Brewery, Agnes Streot,
Orders left nt Dickinson's Butcher Shop
Bhall hnve prompt attention. Give us n
trial and Judge for yourselves.
New West., July IS, 1881). dJIylSto
SAASICH MILLS!
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANUPACTUnEKS OP
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Proceis.
^ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILLS nl North Knniilrli.
II
and
880.833 COMMA STREET,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Importers nnd Dealers lu
MACHINERY
OF ALT. DESOHITIONS.
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
Uwde20tc      	
Canadian Paoific Railway.
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
.ftWN 13118 AND MASTERS OP VES*
\) sols and other Crufi- unvl;.'ii!lnsr the
Frasor Blver aro oautlonod to keen within
tbe Buoys painted Red and White, ro-
HIK-etlvefy, nt the MlKShW Brldue, lis dur-
lng (ho construction of the Bi-IiIko, nnvl-
gntlnti between Mm hunks or the River
nud tho Buoys Is diniKoruu.-', owing to plleu
being driven there.
H. ABBOTI',
Genornt Superintendent,
Vtincouver, B. C, 7lh Muy, 1889. dniyStc
Plants for Sale!
ORDERS TAKEN FOR FRUIT AND
ORNAMENTAL TREES, Including
llll tlie lending varieties of
Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries,
■      -     ' ■ •    _—AI.80	
S«.H.l KUl'ITs ol every description.
Bonqacls, Wrenllis und t'rossesnmde
lo order,
ddwnpsj'l P. LATHAM.
S-SXTS   -70T7-S
Davidson Bros.
VANCOUVER,
To Have Them Put in Good
Repair.
CALL ANO SEE OUR STOCK WHIM
IN THE CITY.
DAVIDSON  BROS.,
Cordova St., Vancouver.
 dllj-Zlte	
KSTABLIS11E0 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Henri)' iipimsitu the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
Assortment of nil (lnserl)itioiis of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam.
lies, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tho
LOWEST POSSIBLE FKICKS
Farmers, Attention I
THE UNDEBSWNED HAS
FOB SALE
—AT—
Chilliwack, B. C.
.11 Farm Wagons.
18 Buck Boards.
I Spun well matched 1-ycnr old
Black Horses,
il Single Driving Horses.
0 Cows nnd Calves.
10 Head Steers.    .
1 Trotting Wagon.
is- A Full Lino of Cooking Stoves,
Heating Stoves, Tinware, Hardware,
Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, Crook-
cry _ Stoneware, Clothing, Hats & Caps,
Drugs, Farm Implements, Houso Furnishings, Furniture, and the Largest Lino
of Boot, and Shoes above Westminster
anil tlio most Complete Stook of General
Merchandise,
COME  AND   EXAMINE   AND BE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS.
'J'10d*w8m
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
LEAVE ORDERS  AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dmyggte	
J. W. WINGER
MSALKlt IN
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
Bono on Short Kotlce and at Reasonable Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always in Stoek.
Orders loft at tho O, P. N. Wharf will be
promptly delivered. dmhSl'tc
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
FisbiGameDealer?
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
tS- Highest l'i ice paid for B'ursnnd
Deer Hides.
Correspondence Invited. Bts.Teloi>Ilono
Call No, II. djuUte
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot of Douglas Street, Near
oolubibia strbbt.
J. FERGUSON,  PROPRIETOR
F1
iRESH   BREAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc
Hotel and Rcntaiiraiit trade unlit-lied.
All orders promptly attended Jo and
dollverod to any part of the city.   dinhlMy
01 vi at
- Con. Columbia ahd Ctiur.cu Sis.
New Westminster, Bnt. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or (Jmnito ot Beat I'tiallty.
CORNER    POSTS     AND    CURBING
N. B.—.Hi8t received—tbo finest nfiuorl-
mt-ntof si-oidi tininito Monuments over
seen n Brltlub Columbia, which will be
sold ut pi-lues pnttinscomp-'tlUonoutof
the nucatlon.
divmbaiyl ALEX, HAMILTON' PROP.
TIME    CARD.
o. p. nr. oo.
The Fine Flrat-Olasn
Str. William Irving
Will Leave the O. P. N. Co.'s Wlinrf,
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
, , ,        AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK MW WAY POUTS.
Returning Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufficient lndncemont offers she
will proceed to HOPE and on snob
occasion*) will leavo her wliarf
at 4 a, m.
Connecting with tho C. r. 5f, Co.'s Stenmer
for Victoria,
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T. L. BRIOGS, Agent,
Now Westminster.        dapSto
Time Table.
^Jtogk THE STEAMER
jMli'SOBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER evory, Monday morning at 7 o'clock for Nannlmo, vln Vnncouvor, returning Tuesday
via Vtincouver.
Leaves WestUiinslor every Wednesday
nt :». in. for Niiuiilnio direct, connecting
with Islnnd railwny aud Comox steamer.
Loaves Nannlmo for Vancouver on
Thursdays and l-'rhbivs und returns name
dnys.
ICC 0:
M.A.McBAE?
MERCHftMT TAILOR
Hogs to nniiounoo tliat he hus
removed to store in
ARMSTRONG'S uew BLOOK
Opi>osite Masonic Building,
COLUMBIA  STREET.
SOLICITING A CONTINUANCE OP
PUBLIO PATRONAGE.
dwmliffillc
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OEFEI* FOIt SALE!
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
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.
"J""*" 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,
dwtc Bl  Col-a.3-n.tla, Street.
C. McDO
(LUNDBOM'SBUILDIKG, FEONT STKEET)
Constantly on ll.nil un Extensive Stoolc of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, &v.
XKXtxt-u   -sts   botcb'   Bvine;.
Great Virlety of Household Artioles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and  GENERAL STORES.
M. ■.—Farm Produco bought at market rates or sold on commissi, n.  ft- .Orders
from the Interior promptly attended to. dwjesto
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, 4c.
CASTOR I
for Infants and Children.
1 "0-srtatlaisKw^-jta-iMte-aIllrnl-i.t I CurtetU euro Colic, ConHI-i.tM,
lrecoimnendltu-----*rior*oaaT*in--CTlii*lo-ll Bonr Stomseb, Dlarrhcea, Eraut."*ion,
hiz!-'STi^aT-t'^ I ""ijgreI"3 'tep• *-**p
lU*^O-s*0l-|K,B-Wkl|--,lt.T.   | WltEoulInjorlo*!.m-dlcatton.
Teo, Osstjub CosTjut,77Murriy Street,N.T.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
H.mix-DS!
THOMAS ALLSOP. 1
HENRY S. MASON, _■
CUYLER A. HOLLAND, J
BEAD OFFICE I
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Slreet,
LONDON, ENO
The Business ot ALLSOP * MASON lias
own merged In the above Oompany and
will lie carried on by tho Company from
this date aa a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agency.
HONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage nt Low
Rates. Town Lots and Farming Lands
for Sale on easy torms.
Victoria, B. a, Hay Uth, 1887. dwjlys
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family -Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—AIJSO—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRY OOODS
AND FURNISHINGS,
AT THE   LOWEST  PRICES.
LUNDBOHM'S BLOOK,
,'oluiiililti Slreel,      New vre-ltulnster.
 noldwly	
HiM Her
HACK, LIVERY, STAOE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBER!* ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE ANB SIN8LE RI6S
At Special Low Rates.
Dnjiiif utl All Sads of toil*;
Done at Shortest Notice.
Dry Ctnlwootl dellt/ered to any part of
tlio City.
Ordcra by Telephone will receive prompt
atlentlon. , ..„«„«
W*8tn,blen nenrly opposite C. P. R. Depot, Columbln St., NewWofltmlnstGr.
djalltc      QILLEY BROS. R^re.
Rice Meal,
FOK CATTLM FEED.
dmhSfoQ
Feed,LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
PBOPKimOR.
GOOD DRIVING A RlllINO HORSEB
for Hire, Hacks cal) at all Bteamer.
and Trains.   Special attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Order, may be lott at the Offloe ol Mather. * Mllllgan.Commlsslou Merchant.,
Front Stmt, V«w West. dMSlto
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH MILK
Delivered Dally ta Ciistoii*. -■■; in all parU
of the City.
Hotels and Restaurants sn -plied nt Special Rates by the ■■■'■nr,
FRESH EGGS
Delivered at Market Rates.
Orders left at M. 8in-cj.au*'*' will bu
promptly attended to.
WBAVBR * WOODWARD,
djelSyl Proprietors.
— THB-
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Doi glas Sts.
.MARTfCffl, PROPRIETORS
J. J. WILSON,  •  IMNACER.
Rates, $1.00and $1.1 Oner Day,
ACOOimiKO to nroii.
SI'ECIM RATES CV THE WEI II OH MOUTH.
t_s- Parties supplied with all kinds of
ICE-CREAM. dnij-'ino
Mortli Britisli & B eroantile
FIB ".2
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
capital,   ■   $15,ooo,fl«o.0o
Subscribed Cnnllnll, ns at 81st l.'e-., IBM,
,12,3011,0011. Fire Pnntl in <1 Reserve, SU:
212,72(1.   Not I'reilllllllis, 11 SS, &3.31II,<J"0.
OF  LONDON.
Capital,    •   $9,738,000.00
RATES  AS   LOW  AK   ANY   OTHER
COMPANIES DOINO   HVHINE88
IN BRITISH, COUHB1A.
T. O. JA.QTJBS
Agent for New WestiiUnstor City
and District. dje22ta
To k km, Up
BY WAY OP THK
Southern Pacific Company's
X.XXWXS..
THE MT.SHWTA HOUTE.
ftlligKER IN TIME THAN ANY OTHER,
ROUTE BETWEEN
MBwTBAaiiBtor I fa Fraaok
QRAHO SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIO COAST
PULLMAN  BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING GARS
Por Accommodation of 8t>< oi)d*('liisa Pas«
sengcrs.attnolied to Ksi-n-ss Trains.
Fare from Portland to Sacramento ana
San Franolsco-Unlimited, £25; First*
pIiibh (Limited), CiiO; Si'coad-eluss (Limited), Sir*.
THROUGH TICKETS to nil points South
and Bast., via California.
TICKET OFFICES!
City Ofi-ici-, No. 184 Cor. Flnt A Alder
Streotij
Depot Ofihcr- Cor. F A Fi ont btreetaj
B. KOEHLEB,
Manager.
Portland. Ore-con.
P. ROGERS,
AlshO.R-iV.A'iit DAILY tiRtTISH COLUMBIAN, NEW WHBTMINSTEB, B. 0., AUGUST 31, 188ti.
gailU §ritwh (folnmbian
Sal ar.Iny Evening, Auffiut 31* 1889.
ADVERTIBINO RATES FOI THE DAILY.
Trannlrnl A-lrerlhrmeat*.—First Iunui-*
(tun, in ots. per line solid nonpareil; each
■ubsi-ii'ient consecutive lusertion, a eta. per
Hue. Advertisements not Inserted every
day—flint Insertion, 10 ots, per line; subsequent Insertions, 5 ets, per line.
riluiidinff A-lverllf-cmenlH.—Professional or KitslnesH Cards—82 per month. Special rates for general trade ndvertli-Iiig,
according to space occupied and duration
of ••inlt'llCl.
Atictltjn 8nlM, when displayed, obiirged
25 per eetit, lees than transient uilvts, II
not kl, rlin.rj;ed at regular transient rates,
ftptwl-tl *t»tl€**s among reading matter,
20 eta. per line each Insertion, Special-,
inserted by the montb at reduced ratea,.
Births, Marriages and Weiiths, 81 for each
Insertion; Funeral Notices ln connection
with de-illm, 60 eta. each Insertion.
WEEKLY ADVEFtTISIHC HATES.
TninnlPiit AdvertlaemfntH.—Flratlnser*
tlon, lOetj*. per line solid nonpareil; Bub-
sequent Insertions, 7 ots. per lino.
Bunding Advorllscmei.t-,,-Professional or BiislnesH Cards—81.50 per month,
Special rates for general trade advertising.
Special Notices, Births, Marriages and
Deaths, Bn me rates ns Dally.
flnt-' mustboall metal,and for large cuts
an ei tm'rato will ho charged,
•V'PeifioUH sending In aUvurtlsementi*
should be careful lo ntnto whether they
are to appeal-In lb-! Dally Edition, or the
Weekly, or both, A liberal reduction is
made when insert ed tu both, Noadvcr-
tlBeinent iuserteil for lens tlinn -Tl.
subsombeiuj
., irecelvi
from the Carriers _.   	
Oflico, will confer a fuvnr by reporting tho
same to the office of publ leal Ion at once,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Tho game season opens to-morrow,
but of courso nono of our good citizens
will bo so wicked as to go shouting on
Sunday.   Cettainly not.
An Qttawa despatch says: Mr.
Ewurt, assistant architect of tho pub*
He works department, has just returned from Britisli Columbia, whoro ho
has been examining into tho barrack
requirements of "0" battery. Ho has
presented Iub report to Sir Hector
Lnngevin, and it ia expected that tenders for tbo erection of oflicers' quarters will bo callod for in a week or two.
Mean whilo authority has boon given to
lease the agricultural hall at Victoria
for another year for tho purposo of tho
battory.
Under tho now arrangement of tho
Oregon Railway and Navigation Company, beginning September 1st, tho
Bteamer Michigan will tako freight at
Portland for tbo following Sound
ports : Seattle, Sebome, Fairhavon,
Roche Harbor, Port TownBend, Viotoria, Nanaimo, Vancouver and New-
weritiniustei'. Tbo Idaho will touch at
Port Townsend, Sehomo, Seattlo aud
Tacunia. Tho Alki will tuke in most
of tbo point'. Aftor the first trip tho
company will attempt to make a regular table of sailing dates for thia lino.
Cheap Salmon.
J. E. Phillips, the clothier aud
hatter, iB advertising fall goods.
Sookeyes are reported to be very
numerous at the mouth nf the river.
For the first time iu several weeks
the police court allowed a clean sheet
to-day.
Tho str, Irving loft for up-river
ports this morning with freight und
passengers.
Don't forget Mr. Trapp's auction
. sale of milch cows this evening at C
o'clock sharp.
Messrs. Henderson Bros,, of Chilliwack, have paid their subscription to
the exhibition fund.
Macpherson & Thomson, chemists
and drusgUtB, have a ohango of adv.
to*dny, on our first page.
Walker & Co. havo Sapperton Lots
noar Kew Hospital and Ross-Mac*
luren Mills ut old prices. *
Tha str. Rithet left for Victoria this
morning with 30 passengers and 60
tons of fruit and farm produce.
Builders uro anxious for fine weather,
as operations have been considerably
retarded this week by the rains.
The barque Aureola has finished
loading Anthracite coal at Port Moody
and will sail for San Francisco on
Monday.
Furthor attempts to recover tho body
of Capt. Julien, of the tug Leonora,
drowned at Moodyville last week,
have been abandoned.
S. H. Wobb has naid Ins $2*i subscription to the exhibition fund in this
paper, like a little man. Who'll be
next?   No timo to loso.
Throe thousand cases uf salmon
wore br night up from the Canoe Pass
Cnnniii'! Co. and the British-American
Packing Co. by the Btr. Irving last
night
The C. P, R. divisional telograph
nlhcea will bo removed from this city
to Vnncouvor to-morrow. The chango
wili reduce the Westminster Btoff to
three mon.
The barque C. C. Funk bus finished
unloading ballast and moved down to
tho Iioynl City milla wharf. She will
commenco tnkim* cargo aboard on
Monday.
A defect in the flume lately built
across Columbia street caused a small
cave iu opposite the City hotol yesterday. A gang of men wero put at work
to-day and repaired the damage.
Tha board of works ia culling for
tenders for the cribbing work to bo
done on Douglas Btreet between Front
and Columbia streets. Tenders must
ke in by four o'clock Monday afternoon.
Threo new hay presses went up
to Chiiliwuck on tho Btr. Irving this
morning, which menus thut the exportation of hny from that flourishing district will bo largely increiued within
thn next few weeks.
Ei.-Alderman Coldwell, of Vancouver, has been appointed to the charge
of the British Columbia exhibit at Toronto. This gentleman hud charge of
thu exhibit lust year, and is competent
in every way for tlio responsible post.
The scuit-nnnuul general business
meeting of the New Westminster building society will be held in the court
house thia evening ut 8 o'clock. Thn
principal business will be the election
of officers and the drawing of the 12th
appropriation of §1,000.
We are glad to noto that subscribers
11 thj Exhibition Fund have taken u
fresh Btart in paying in their subscriptions. This ia right, aa there iB now
no timo to loso. On Monday wo will
announce a meeting of the subscribers,
to apportion tha monoy.
The Toronto JVeu'saaya: Mr. Gordon Brown leaves on Monday on n trip
through Manitoba nnd tho Northwest
to tho Pacifio coast, and wilt remain
over for n time nt tho principal points
along the routo. Mr. Brown will probably write u sketch ot his journey
when he returns.
It is i eported that the str. Yo3emite
will noon lie placed on tho Victoria*
WosUmis.ci' route to convey the sal-
niuii pack to Victoria. It in alao aaid
the Islander will be placed on thia
route fur a short time to rid her bottom of the barnacles that havo accumulated during tbo pnat yenr.
Tho.auction sale of the Mclnnes estate by Mr. A. M. Nelson, at tho Colonial Hotel, at 8 o'clock this evening,
is attracting tho attention of real estate
owners uud ■■peculators, nnd it is expected tho sale wiil be largely attended,
The sain will indicate present values
o! city nnd district property,
A general meetiiug of tho foot ball
elub ia called for Tuesday night at the
eourt house, at 8 o'clock sharp. This
is an imp'-rt:int meeting and every
member of the club is expected to attend. The season is well advanced
and matches will bo in order within a
month, su thero is littlo time to be
lost. The election of oflicers will
take place at this meeting.
The Nannlmo Free Press says : Work
has been resumed at the East Wellington colliery. Tho damage dono by
the flro is muoh less than at first estimated, the prompt and effective measures of Mr, W. S. Chandler, superintendent, succeeding In confining tho
fire to the timber lining of the shaft.
The work of replacing the pit-head is
progressing rapidly, nnd as soon as tho
pulley wheel can be used, the shaft
wUl bo repaired.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Spring salmon averaged GO to the
boat lust uight, but not one in ten of
theso wero red. While tho demand
for red spring salmon is much larger
thun tho supply, the whito aalmon,
though equal to the red in everything
but color, is a drug on the market
and almost unsaleable. This morning
W. H. Vianen offered fresh caught
white salniun, weighing from 15 to 30
pounds, for 25 cunt-) euoh, less than
ouo cont per pound in some cuses, aud
yet no takers at this prico. Any fish
on tho market commands a higher
prico than whito salmon, although the
latter are usually a superior Ish in
every way to lho higher priced article.
 *>—■>*>	
Quarantine   ttalacd.
Mr, Jns. Ellard, who has beon medical officer iu charge of the Poplar Ialand quarantine hospital sinco its establishment two months ago, was relieved from duty this morning and returned to tho oity. Ho reports that
.all tho patients are fully recovorcd.
Out of tho 17 coses under Mr, Ellard's
charge only three succumbod to the
disease, and two of those wero in a
dying state before being removed to tlio
hospital. Mr. Ellard's success in tho
treatment of the coses is highly spoken
uf, and the patienti under his charge
aro unanimous in declaring a more
careful and painstaking officer could
not have been put in charge of tho hospital.
Fxleimlve Improvements.
Westminstor is blessed with many
enterprising merchants, und not the
leant of these ia Messrs. Mathers &
Millignn, the well known grain buyers
und commission merchants. These
gentlemen nro making preparations to
build u largo wharf and warehouse ou
the wnter lots recently leased from the
city. Tho wliarf will bo 198 feet long,
well built and substantial in ovory way.
It will bo covered with a fine ouclosed
shed its whole length and breadth,
which will bo largo enough to store
several hundred tona of hay, grain oto.
Tbo plans for these improvements aro
uow beiug prepared, and as soon as
thoy ure completed tenders will be ask -
rd for tho work. Rapidly increasing
business has obliged Messrs. Mothers
& Milligau to thus extend their wharfage und storage facilities, and it is to
be hoped thoir enterprise will bo richly
rewarded.
 •> -«_ * ■—■■-—.—.
Lln Us from Ladners.
Mr. J, A. Kingloy, of Ladners,
gave The Columbian a call ycatcrday.
Ho says that late rains have dono no
harm as yet, but unless fine weather
comes almost immediately a considerable amount of grain in the atock will
suitor. Threshing operations, which
wore in full blast befure tho rains commenced, have been interrupted, and
furmeis are anxious to get their grain
stored beforo the rainy season begins,
Root crops are looking very well, and
have not suffered us yet, nor is thero
any immediate prospect of injury being
dono them. Crops on the whole, on
the Delta, are scarcely us heavy as last
year, except the hay crop, but Btill
they nro heavy enough to pleaso the
fanners, who are fully satisfied with
tho average yield. All that is required
is a month of fino weather in which to
harvest the crops Btill in tho field; this
granted, tho Delta farmers will be
happy-	
*        Tlie Celebration rrugruiiime.
The meeting of tho chairman of subcommittees held at tho city hall last
night was largely attended. After
aome discussion tho following pro*
grnmniu for tho colebration wus arranged nnd adopted:
FWSTDAY.
Reception of visitors; 10 a, in.,
base ball match; 1.30 p.m. Scottish
games] 8.30 p.m. grand bnll at Herring's opera house.
SECOND DAY.
Reception of visitors; 0.30 a. tn.,
grand parade and formal opening of
park and exhibition to his honor Lieut. •
Governor Nelaon; 11.30 a.m., bnse
ball match; U p.m., horse racing; 3
p.m., lacrosse match, Vancouver va.
Victoria; grand illumination of oity in
tho evening,
THIRD DAY.
Reception of visitors; 9.30 a. tn.,
baso ball match; 11 a.m. sailing races;
1 p.m., foot ball match, Viotoria va.
New Westminster; 2 p.m., firemen's
tournament; 8 p.m., illumination of
city; torchlight procession on the
river und grand display of firework*).
Another Sealer Seined.
A despatch from San Francisco saya;
A letter was received from tho officer
of tho United States stenmor Richard
Rush by tho steamer St. Paul, which
arrived from Ouanaluska Thursday
night, stating thnt the Rush hod seized
tho British fishing schooner Lily, of
Victoria, while taking seals in Behring's Sea. The sohooner was searched and 300 skins found whioh wore
placed on bonrd the Rush. A prizo
orew of one man was placed on board,
and the Lily sent to Sitkn. The seized
sealers will have their cases tried in thn
Alaskan district courts. The Rush
will proceed nt onco to San Francisco
when relieved by the Bear at Ounalaaka, In all thero have been fourteen sealers boarded by the Rush nnd
warned out of Behring's Sea, besides
six captures. The St. Paul brought
down 100,000 sesl skins.
THE LACROSSE MATCH.
WcslmliiKtcr Defeats Victoria mid trim.
llic  (lianiplun-fiilp  til'
the Province.
Tho Victoria lacrosse team arrived
from Vancouver by tho 11:20 train this
morning, and woro quartored at the
Oolonial hotel. Thoy wero met at tho
station by a number of tlie home olub
and given a hearty welcome.- The
visitors gave an excellent impression,
and it waa generally remarked that
thoy looked fit to givo any team a
hard fight. After lunch the teams
repaired to the athletic grounds, whero
practice was indulged for a littlo whilo
before tho match commenced. Tho
day was pleasant and favorablo to the
players, nnd the ground, notwithstanding the late heavy rains, was in fair
condition. Tho number ot spectators
wns large, and tho fair sex was
well represented. Tlio gamo excited
much enthusiasm and tho numerous
spectators woro delighted with tho exhibition, many who had nover seen
lacrosse before pronouncing it, what it
is generally admitted to be, tho king of
gamos. Rle.-srs. E. W. Mathews and
Max Mowat were chosen as umpires, and Mr. P. Wade was
agreed on for referee, At 3 o'clock
the game was culled and the mon after
boing cautioned by tho referee took
position ivs follows:
VICTOKIAS. WESTMINSTERS
Dompslor  Goal , Thompson
Cambridge Point. Whyto
Wudo Cover Point Carrie
Rae..... I f ...White
LcditIngham )■  Defouco Field   ■{ .Corbett
Hlbben J (.....Iiistor
1{. Clnrke Centre Stewart
('.Tlto 1 r Gow
O.Tito [    Homo Field    -L.Lewis
Cullen j (,.,1'olley ,
Morrow....- Outsido Home McMaitin ,
W. U. Clarko...Insldo Homo Hill I
W.«.McKnnj*lo„.Captaln...O.O.M.Dockrill ;
MAST GAME.
Clurko and Stowart faced the ball
sharp at 3:10. Clarke got the ball
away from his opponent, but Gow
soou got it and throw to Victoria goal.
Cambridge got the rubber and threw
to side field whero it rolled into a pile
of lumber. A face occurred and the
ball travelled down to the Westminster flags, hut Corbett secured it and
seni it back to centre field,whero some
pretty play followed. Two more facos
in rapid succession on the Bide field
were succeeded by some brilliant play
in which Lewis for tho homo team and
McKenzie for the visitors did somo
pretty work. Polly got a shot at the
Victoria flags but missed, nnd the bnll
wns sent down to tho Westminster
sticks where Tito got it, threw to Hib-
ben, who in turn shot for goal but a
little wido and would not have scored
but for Clarke, who it struck and
bounded botween tho flags, winning
the first game for Victoria in 7 minutes,
SECOND CJAME.
Clarke and Stowart again faced and
some sharp checking followed whioh
wna ended hy n grapple between Stewart and u Victorian; Wostminstor
claimed n foul aud a face ended the
dispute. Tho ball travelled back and
forth pretty generally for a fow miu*
utcs, tho play boing very sharp ou
both sides; Clurko- Hibben und Mo*
Keuzie for Viotoria, and Lister, Lewis,
Pulley, Stewart aud Gow for tho home
team doing splondid work. After a
faco the ball hovered round the Viotoria lluga for u minute und then suddenly atiot up to the Westminster end.
Hero Stewart captured it und made a
brilliant run the whole length of tho
field, outwitting soveral uf the visitors,
nnd took a throw at goal, which failed.
Buck tho ball went, and Lister made a
brilliant steal from McKenzie und throw
on goal again, Game wus claimed for
Westminster but not allowed, aifd Jijio
play proceeded. Sumo rather rough
piny followed and McKenzie wob nc*
cused of foul, but tho game did not
stop. The teams seemed most evenly
mntched, and for n time honors wore
easy. Whyte proved himself impregnable to evory aaaault on tho Westminster flags, and Thompson, in goal,
did hia work in good style, capturing
many hot ones behind goal. Lewis
played a grand game and with Gow
nnd Policy mode repeated assaults on
the visitor's Hags, and tho Viotorin defence wns kept very busy repelling tbo
attacks. After 40 minutes hard pluy,
during which Westminster had much
tho best of it, tho rubber was thrown
towards the Westminster flags, where
Cullen took it out of tho scufllo and
mado goal for Victoriu. Time. 40
minutes.
T1I1IID iiAME.
After a breathing spell of 10 minutes
tho boll wna faced again and Stewart
went for it to aide field whoro ho stumbled againBt a stono aud fell, soveroly
bruising his knee. Timo was called
and play stopped till the wound was
bandaged. General play followed, the
bull travelling all over the Bold and
keeping every player hard at work.
Again Stewaitwnshmtund wus forced
to retiro frum the field. Lewis took
the hall out of tho fnco and with a
beautiful shot passed it through the
Victoria's gonla.   Timo 20 minuteB,
FOURTH  (SAME.
It lacked only ten minutes of 5
o'clock when thia game Btirted, and
tho boll hud scarcely been faced when
McKenzie had a bad fall and time was
called. After a short intervnl the
rubbor wns stnrted again nnd aomo
very lively plnys were in order for a
fow minutes. Numerous scrimmages
ensued and finally Lewis got tho ball,
passed tu McMartin who tipped it
through, time 10 minutes.
FIFTH GAME.
Tlio ball lost no time in spinning up
to tho visitor's flogs whero McMartin
got it and made a shot at goal but
missed. Dempster got the ball and
throw down field whero White got it
and then hack. The Viotoria do-
fonoo wns hard pressed, and
Westminster repeatedly made some
splondid bits of field play, and
wero cheered timo and again. Haifa
dozon times tho Victoria flags
wero assaulted, but Dempster
withstood all attacks. Westminster
won in every scrimmage, and Lewli
particularly did grond work. Nothing but a magnificent defence saved
tho visitors in at least a dozen instances;
not once wns tbo Westminster goal in
danger. Finally Hill got the ball out
of a Bcrimmage noar goal and passed it
through, winning tho gamo aud the
match for the royal city.
Supt. Softimersct, of Winnipeg, announced nt a meeting of teachers yes*
terday, that he hau received notico
from the government that aftor next
session his offlce would bo abolished as
woll ns the present board of education.
 <►',-»■»— —
The reform convention has ■ nominated Charles Mackenzie, a brother to
the Hon. Alexander, their standard
bearer for tho ooming contest forthe
local legislature in the county of Lamb-
ton, Ont
VOLUME VTL-NO. 68,
PERSONAL.
A. E. Suckling, of Vancouver, was
in town to-day.
Luke PHhor has returned from a
visit to Victoria.
Wm. Forris, of Victoria, is registered at tho Colonial.
II, Brealy, of Hatzig prairie, left for
home this aftornoon.
Hon. Theo. Davio, attorney-general,
is in the city, and registered at tho
Queen's.
Rev. D. O. Lucas, M. A., of Montreal, will preach in tho Methodist
church to-morrow evening.
Rev. Mr. Lennie, formerly pastor
of tho Baptist church, will conduct the
services to-morrow  afternoon at the
y. m. a a.
Guests at the Queen's: .J. Johnson,
Victoria; J. J. Shinaburgor, Victoria;
Ed. Hart, San Francisco; F. B. Bab*
ington, Vancouver; A. Bryan Williams, Vancouver; Geo.'H. McKay,
Vicloria; W, C, Wilson, Vancouver;
O. W. Oalulo and wifo, Amherst, N.Sj
Theo. Davie, Victoria; John Smith,
Montreal; R. Campbell, New York;
F. H. Cbbo, Detroit, Mioh.
Guests nt the Colonial: D. R.
Haines, D. W, Morrow, J. Oambridge,
A. F. Wade, O. Rae, P. Hibben, O.
Gallon, G. Tite, C. Tite, W. Dempster, W. H, Clarke, J. Davis, Victoria;
O. Ranktn, A. E. Suckling, Vancouver; J. C. Henderson. Chilliwack;
Thus. Mufford, Langley; E. E. Penzer,
.1. B. Henderson, Geo. McOoskey;
Vanoouver; Chas, Nicholson, Mount
Lehman; L. C. E. Fisher, Surrey;
H. Brealoy, Mission; Wm. Ferris,
Victoria.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Eight persons aro down with typhoid
fover at St. Charles, Ont.
Henry Rosaiter, a prominent citizen
of Peterboro, Ont,, was drowned while
bathing yesterday.
E, A. Mlnkle, a prominent real estate dealer, of Toronto, died Thursday
night of inflammation of tho lungs and
typhoid fever.
Arrangements aro nearly oompleted,
Bays a Toronto despatch, for the Toronto industrial exhibition. All the
Bpaco has been taken up and all the
buildings will be filled to their utmost
capacity.
IE. C. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fund.
For tho purposo of ruisiug a fund to
contribute towards the patriotic aud :
worthy object of making tlio next an*;
nual provincial fair, to bo held in this
city, a grand and unprecedented success,
the undersigned agree to contribute tho
sums opposite their respective names (to
bo paid Into the association or to trustees
competent to receive the samo, on or beforo 6 months from the dato of the laat
provincial exhibition, and to bo applied
to preparing exhibition grounds and
buildings in the oity, for increasing the
amount offered in prizes, and for furthering the exhibition in other ways):
Sbarno A Paine, Lulu Island   10 00
h P Bokstoln    10 OU
It W Armstrong.    10 00
FR Glover.    10 00
Walker A Shadwell  10 00
Claud Hamber. -    10 00
PeterGrant -.   10 00
A  J Hill    10 00
Capt A Grant    10 00
J ft Macdouell -    10 00
W C Loye    10 00
F G Strickland    25 00
T Cunningham   .10 00
A B Wintemuto    10 00
Per Ex-Mayor Dickinson 212 85
AnuloM Jaques    10 DO
Jaa Cunningham    GO 00
Grant & Hagstrom   20 00
J W BoxamlUi „    SO 00
B Douglas - 100 00
K 8 Scoullar it Co    55 00
Ackerman Bros  so 00
Reid A Currie    SS 00
H T Read A Co    W) 00
W H Thilmutieau    lfi 00
Ogle, Campbell A Co -    20 00
suBScnirTio.v*. paid.
The CoLUMniAS*. » ....SIDO 00
WJ Armstrong -..,.  SO 00
G D Brymner  20 00
Stewart A Cash „..„  25 00
George Turner  10 00
Young A Terhune „  10 00
Terhune A Co .-,  10 00
A IX'HBrlsuy  16 00
P Bilodeau  10 00
W C Coatham -.. 25 oo
T M Cunningham  25 00
A E Hand „  25 00
Kev J H Whito  10 00
Gilley Bros  20 00
Grant A Maclure  10 00
Heinliira.m llros, Clillllwliiids  tl) 00
SH Webb .:  25 00
Next!
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian office, Prices will be
found us low aa at nny other offic** in
tho province —Ado
When Baby wu sick, we gave ber Cutorls,
Wlion abo wm a Child, bIib cried for Cutarto,
WTicn aho became MIbb, she clung to Castoria,
Whw ahi had Children, ahe gvte tkam CMtoril
BAPTIST CHURCH, Agnes Street,
Eaat of Mary Street, Lord's Dny
.        ... .... _     jn^  g-ttj-jnth
    Eaat of  Mary Street,    Lord's Da:
Ht*rvli-cHiitUfi,ni. nud 7 p.m. Snbbatl
Scliool un-IBlble Class nt 2:30 p. in. All
ser.tsfree; ntrangera cordially welcomed,
—ltev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor-.	
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary
Street, Rev. J. H. White, Pantor.
Services nt II a. in. and 7 p.m. Bunday
School and Bible OluBa 2:80b. m, Prayer
Meeting on TbursduyH at 7.*f0p.*n. Heats
Iroe; strangers cordially Invltod.
§T. PAUL'S cmunuil, John Street,
) Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thom oh
addon, Pastor, Servleea overy Bunday
at 11 n, m, and 7 p.m. Thursdny evenings
at7:30 o'clock, Soat-i free; all aro eonli*
ally Invited. Bunday School at2:80 p. in.
r\llVBCn  OF   ENGLAND.- HOLY
\J TRINITY CHURCH: Rector, Tlio
Bishop. S, MARY'S CHURCH; Rector,
Tho Ven. Archdeacon Woods. Sorvieca
In both ohurohes every day. All cents
Iree, Both churches open all day for prl*
vate prayer.	
jRESBYTRHIAN    CHURCH   (ST.
ANDREW'S), corner Carnarvon and
Blackwood Bta, Rev. Thoa. Scouler, paH-
tor. Services at II a, m. and 7 p. m,; Sun*
ti ay-school nnd Bible-class at 2.80 p. m,
Prayer-mooting on Thursday evenings nt
7.30.  Seats free: strangers welcome.
Wholesale i.Uy Market.
Beef,     per 100)h. 8 4 93® 4 01
Pork -•          7 5l)<iJ 8 50
Mutton "   8 009000
Potat'K'f.ncw"             75 fl 100
Ciililm'-e "        f')c-  1 00
Onions        ■■        l o5<5 l M
Wheat         "        1 Wii* ooo
Oats              "         125 c*
Peas              "         1 CiO lit 2 00
Hay,       per ton   10 oo a u no
Buttor{ronn)porlt.  1125<9 0 80
Choose,           ■'   o litis 0 15
Eggs,     perdoz  :»(is    85
Coriiwmiil (retail) per cunl  ;'l)D{<c 4 00
Apples, per box  80 @ 1 00
Hules'gr'n)ner lmibs  4 00(<c ouo
"    (dry)        "        M  BODS «00
Wool, per lb  0@    10
ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, on the
Lacrosse Grounds—a GOLD RING.
Any ono finding sumo and returning to
CiiHtoms Otllce will be suitably rewarded.
 gauggtg
Milch Cows for Sale!
I WIU, BELT, BY PUBLIC AUCTION
on SATURDAY   EVENING  NEXT,
nt tho Colonial Ilutol, without roscrvci
10 Milch Cows, and
a Saddle Horses.
Bnlo will Inke place nt 0 o'clock slmrn.
tlauHO
TO CONTRACTORS
WHOLE AND SEPARATE TENDERS
will bo received by tlio undersigned
up too p.m. of TncMday, llrd Hr|)lenilier,
lor the erection of three blocks of Beml-
detaohed two-story dwellings on lots 1,2
and 3, blook 31, Royal avenue.
Plans and specifications at my oflico.
The lowest or any tender not nocoHsurlly
accepted.
G. W. GRANT,
Architect.
I Westmlnater, Aug24,1881). dnu2ltd
NEW WESTMINSTER
BUILDSNGSOCJETY.
mHE SEMI - ANNUAL GENERAL
1 Meotlnu will ho held In the COURT
HOUSE on
Saturday, 31st Aug., 1880,
AT 8 P. M.
Business—Drawing for tho twelfth
appikiphiation; Election of Ofllcnrs, and
all the bnslncss of n General Meeting.
Byorder,    WALTER J. WALKER,
Secretary.
Aug. 22nd. 1883. dllil22t9
Corbett & Kennedy,
MjlNUFAOTmtEIta  01T
TIN, GOPPER&SHEET-IBOH
•WAR*B1.
wkbstei-'s mack (up-stairs),
Fiont Street,      New Westminster.
maving just opened in the
above lino, wo respectfully solicit a
re of the trade, and trust hy careful
attention to orders and moderate charges
to merit the same. Experienced workmen; satisfaction guaranteed.
Estimates furnished forGnlvunii* nd Iron
Cornice, Rooting, Plumbing, Gas-.iUlIng,
atetm and Hot Water Healing, Ae.
tar Entrance to premises on Mary St.,
In rear of Rank of B, C. dwmhoto
W.J.WALKER&CO.
HANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, NewWestminster, B.C.
[Telephone No. C5.]
14 CLARE ROAO. HALIFAX. EH UND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS ANO AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London wad Lancashire Bite and
British Km pi re Lire Insurance
Compftulea.
New Weatmlnster Building Society.
Aoeountftnt'B Office, Diocese of BT.W,
City Auditors, 1886,1889 and 1888.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE CWY AND DISTRICT,
and othor mouotary truumictlon:'.
Have several good invent men tn on their
books, und ull new comers will do well to
call before doing buBlnoBB elsewhere.
dwDdeiy
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WANTED.
ONE   THOUSAND   CORDS   CEDAR
Rolls, four to seventeen feot long.—
Apply to
dto  ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
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KP.-ROYAL LODGE NO. 0.  Regular
.   Meeting evory Tuesday- night ats
o'olock. Oddfellows* Hall. Visiting Broth-
ron welcome.—J, E, Knight, K,
ng B
oflt.
At*.
IO. ». T.-EXOELSIOR LODGE SO. 8
• meets overy Monday evening nt 3o'-
elock, tu tlie Temperance Hall, Columbia.
St, visiting members are cordially Invited,—W, C. Loye, Reo. Soc,	
P A LIB DON IA *   IV.   ANDHJrW'B
\j SOCIKTY.-Tbo regular meetings of
this Association tiro held on the lost Tuesday ol eaeh month, at 8 o'olook p. m. All
Scotchmen are invited to attend.—John
Bdie, Sec.	
A a. F.-COURT LORD DUFFERIN
A. No, fim The regulnr meetings of
ttie aliovo Court are held at the Foresters'
Hall, on the llrat and third Wednesday ln
each month, at 8 p. m.—Jno. McMuiii'iiv,
Senr., P.C.R. 	
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCaitoria
Ttr C. T. U.-REGULAR MEETING
VY • °vcry Wednesday afternoon at 8
o'clock at the W, C. T. U. Headquarters,
Douglas St.  Loyal Legion In the name
6lace every Friday nfternoon.—Mrs, Jab,
onninoiiam, President; Misa DeBkck
Secretary,	
UNION LODGE No, 9, A. V*
* A. M.—The regular meetr
Inga of this.Lodgo are held In
„ , . the MaHonltiTompIo on tho flr-.it
Wednesday ln eaeh month, at 7:30 o'elook
ii. m. Sojourning brethren aro cordially
Invltod to attend.—W. 0. OoATnAM, Bee,
nOAHD OF TRADE. Hoard Room,
n Oddfellows Ilrlnk Block, np-sfalm
Counoil moots on tho flrat and third-Wed*
ncsdny in eaoh month-ttt 4 p.m. Quarterly
meetings on the 22ad of Fen., Miiy,-Aug..
and Nov., at 7:30 p. m. New memben
may be proposed and elected at any Quarterly meetlng.-D. ROBBON.SeC.
Special This Week
UNTIL THE END OF THIS'WEM WE WILL OFFER
THE BALANCE OF  OUR
^T COST.
 A LINE OF	
All Wool Nun's Veiling
AT TWELVE-AND-A-HALF CENTS.
Ogle, CampbeU &Preeman
GREAT    SALE
-OF-
Just Received!
 AT	
Tas. Ellard & Ccs
*•-* A FULL LINE OF •*■
NEW CARPETS
=ALSO=
OUR flRST COJMSIGNJvlENT
LADIES' GOSSAMERS
 AND	
GENTLEMEN'S RUBBER COATS.
LONDON HOUSE,
COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwooiate
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, ftC.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES,
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses in steel, rubber, silver arc ,-iuicl
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, 84 per pair; all sighta suited.
Speoial attention given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having learnt,.; tiio
business thoroughly from soino of the finest Horologers in England, aad since then
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the beat firms ou tin- •:■■■ -iti*
nent of Amorica, is a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship, Formerly un .linger for noarly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savago & Lyman, Montreal,
Charges Moderate,
Montreal, Deo., 1887.—Mr, F. Crake.—Amlw^-ttolfcwteon, Kg--., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, • saya: "I never found a Watohmaker who di.l ao
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not horo to-day "
dwapl&to
D. S. CURTIS & Ci
AGENT8   B. LAURANCE'S  SPECTACLES.
Wholesale and Eetail Druggists
NKXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S.    -    Oolumbia Sweet.
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
Gents' Furnishings, Hats, &c.
A Big Reduction in Prices, Regardless of
Cost, for the Next Week or So.
Must Reduce Our Stoek to Make Boom for
Fall Goods.  Take Advantage of
This  Sale.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
Next Door Bank of Montreal, New Westminster.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
ZD_-Z-_-.X_TB-_t  XXT
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
LsiTsrad-or 'EZexxi-agre,
2i£aclcexel, Salt Ood,
JL&ca.aia.x's tLTxio. *E3Iarae,
JLxrja.oixx'e TJxic. Bacon.
STlo'ux. Bian. Sh-oxte,
•-•HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE,
■oioTji-ir Sooullar-Armttrong Blook, Columbia St.
W. tl.
DIRECT IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN
XX X Or XX - C L JL S S
DRY GOODS
—A.WD—
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARCHE.
DRESS-MAKING DEPARTMENT will
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,
-dwH28to COLUMBIA STREET.

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