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British    Columbian.
VOLUME 7
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
NEW   Wi'STMINSTlSU, Ii. 0., FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 12, 1889.
NUMBER 10
T. 0. ATKINSO:.-,
BAIIRISTEK, BOT-IOITOI*. *o. Ofllcos-
Hasonlo Building, Kew Wostminstor
n. c.  'Iwlo
B
AIIMHTIIONG A KCK^TEIN,
AltRISTEUS,  SOLICITOUS,   ETC-
Miwoula Building,   Now Weutmln*
ll. u. dwmy4t6
\v. noicman uoi.fi, (&.C.,
BAHRtm'i';i^AT-i,.\\v,LANi)A"ii:r'n\
MiiiH-v lo I.IHII1, OlCo—UlarllfiOn HI.
Now Wnsi.iiilnm.tir, 11. <!.   dli*_
i:»Ult»HLI», Mr< Oil, A JKN.W,
BAUHIK'f'1'.lW, R0I,IC!1T0HH, vie.   Offl-
oea—Masonic BuHd.liigs, New W.eev
minster, and Vancouver, 1!. C.        riffle
A.C. miYl>O.ME-.JACK, M.A-,
VTOTAUY PUBLIO, CONVKYANCEIl.
I^( &o. BniTlslerof tlio New Brunswick
Hunremo Court. Olllco lu Hip Hiinilcy
JliillilhiB, Columbia Ht., opposito tho Col*
on lul Hotol. dupStd
•JOSEPH K. OAYNOIt, H.A.,M-.I1.
GOLD MEDALIST or llio University of
Dublin. HAHUmTER-AT LAW ot
Hi" lli.-ii ■ .mi .-I hi-.ii.i-, in i ....1 '.ui,'..*,
Corner McKenzie A Clarknon Htn„ Now
WeBtmlnster. rtwfc21lc
A. J. HOLOIICB, D. D. ft.,
SURGEON DENTIST. (Jraduato of tlio
Ohio Collogo of Uontnl Huritory. Ih
now with Dr, 0. lfl. C. Brown, All work
skillfully perforinoil. Rooms BAG, Bunk
of B. 0„ Columliln St. Huiirii—i! Io 12 a.m.;
1:30 to 11 p. m, djlygto
C. II. G ATJO WOOD, D.D.S.,
SURQEON DENTIST-A Graduate- of
tlio BallImoro 1-oniiil Cnllcgo, Is prepared todoalllclnilsof Dt'iilnl work. Of-
ilco over MuLcniiiin A McFcoly's hardware storo, 182 Cordova St., Vancouver,
B. C, dapMlc
G. \V. (illA'SIT,
ARCHITECT.  omce-Corncr Mary and
Cl'irkaon Htn„ Wostm Inst or.   tlwto
CLOW  A  MAUI.URB,
ARCHITECTS.    Odlce-Room E, over
Bankof IS. C.,ColumbiaBtroot-West-
mlristor, dto
WILLI ,U1   II. KING,
* ItOIIlT[OCT,SANITARY ENGINEER,
J\ Ac. Romovud to Armstrong's Block,
Colnmbla Stroot, Westminster — Room
No. 2. dto
W. TU1BAUPEAI*,
LAND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS*
tiian.  Hamley Block, New Weutmln*
Hi or, B. 0.  ilmy 15lo
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all liiu.la of tlio bos' iimlcif; ("POBS-CH* & Hnild-SaWS,
Itnrlirrt Wlt-o for Ifoiioliif'i' ai»l nil tlio ucoouvy DtcHSlls for I'lii-mlii-*!
Pulley Mocks, SiliUell Blo<i!:s. K»-si' &<!ii;ii*- in ull niam! I'ttcfi,
Tar & <):'.!. nm! Tum.it ami I'lain Paper fur StiihiitiKt Paints & Oils
in all colors; Liquid 1-nilltH Hilfll sliallcsj Floor P.'lilltS rwulytoutoi I'l'liul
Stonesi Wall Payer in nil ilraigra; Brooms A Briislics for all purposes-
Ijllln-lC'ltilU* tills; 'ffrai.S of all description;., and a fionoral assortment of
Agricultural Implements.
I3T Special attention given to ordors by mail.
J. 'TEAPP SO CO.,
,*. Co&o&Mtu Street, New Westminster,
-.
dwjlyStc
GRANT & MAOLUBE.
NEW   WESTM1N ST BE.
T~
A. T. COiTO.V.
DOMINION AN-n PROVINCIAL LAND
HUitvEYou. Offloei aoomD-Bnnk
of 11. c. hitiiiiiiu-, Wnsiminster,B.0.
v., 1'irri-XDKKUii,
nEAI. KBTATE BROKER mul County
I v Court Acini i. i.'uninilsHionor, Notary
I'lililU-.A-i-. It-til ■ i-nlleflt'd. omee-Mc-
Kcnzln HI root, Hvw Wiist minster, B.C.
T. J. TItAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Street, Now Westminstor.
All eommlflslojis will receive prompt
and careful attention, Best rcferencus
given when required. inhl2*to
F. 0. McOAHTNEY,
COMMISSION AGENT and Customs
Broker. Pout-Inn St., NewWestminster. Ajtent for Harrison Springs Aerated
Water; Vancouver Steam Dye ft Gleaning
Work**; Carters' Patent orgnns—"the won-
dor of tho nj,'i'."; Doinhilon Pianos nnd
Organ*-; .lohnslon's Patent ICiilsumlnc-;
llnvannCigar Factory; Lion IniuimncoCo
for llvo stook, ftft Employment Agenoy
Olllco. A select tot of Toilut Article-' and
Druggists' Humbles for salo.  Next door to
Bakery.
rijly'Stf
TUKNUUt, IIKUTOX A CO.,
MERCHANTS. Wharf St., Vlctoiln.
Agents for North British and Mercantile Iii-mriuK-o Co. for Mainland. II,
O. Bkkton ft Co,, Hii Flnsbury Circus, Lon-
don, E. C, rite
Imperial Eire Insnrance Go,
oir IOHHOK.
C.tl'Il'AL,       .       £1,000,0110 SIS,
llnles os low'ns nny other rell.ililo Companies dolus lmslnoa* In llrltlsh Columliln. W. J. ARMSTRONG,
(IJIyUlo Agent lor New Wesl.
New Spr«mg Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Gheviotts.
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street, •;.. Hew Westminster.
i.olillv
US-All Summer DRESS GOODS and MILLINERY will
be sold AT COST.   Now is the time to secure BARGAINS,
dtc -JWEKS. '""X^-ML *E3^."S.
R
RAND BROS.
1Q&I. KSTATK HlHUCKttS.
rcjftvej'ttiipcp-i, Coticvior-i*
Aiul  luanrnnoe Agenta,
OfRoos at
NEW WESTMINSTER:  Corner
MoKenzle und Clarkson Sta.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street,
LONDON -EnglitYid,
BUILDING LOTH for Niile In all aootlOnB
of Vancouver nnd Now Wostmlnster City.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
salo   at  Ohilllwliael;,   Port   Iliuninoiiit,
Langley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mini Bay,Lad?
nor's Landing, Lulu Islnnd, North Aim
and Pitt Rlvor.
Maps and Plans exhibited and tho fullest Information furnished at all ouroffloost
W. BOVILL,
ARCHITECT
 AJJD	
Real Estate Agent
NEW WESTMINSTERl-Otllce, Mackenzie Street.
Full Lint of City and Suburban Proporty.
particular attention paid to Farming
Lands.
Ancnrate Information to correspondents- dwmyOyl
ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
Civil Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
FINANCIAL, SHIPPING & COMMISSION AGENTS
Ure. Life A Marine lu-mrniicr.
Cor.uMiiiA St., • Om Colon iai* ITotkt.
NEW WESTMINSTER, II. C.
GtVK PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
tontlon to all professional ordors nud
tender tbelr Hervlei-s to residents and nonresidents having Cily or Country Properly
to dispose of or desiring prollluble Investment,
Our lists of ol!f*lt)la properties are com*
fU'ohonslvo and constantly roeelvliii*aildl-
lons, and our favorable eastern connections both In Camilla and tin* Atlantic
States give uh unusual facilities for business.
Special attention will be paid to tho
purchase and Inspection of Lumber for
shipment to foreign ports. Tonnngo chartered and general shipping business t runs*
acted.  dwaplyl
erson
DRUGGISTS.
Pure and Fresh Drugs
-paxtx'Tj-iMC-as,
Patent Medicines, Etc
PmOIMIS'   P-ES-HIPTI-H5   C'-EFoUy'
COM--UHO-D.
Tolonllnno Coiniiiunlrntlmi.   NUIil Roll.
Illil87lll
WANTED.
ONR   THOUSAND   CORDS   CEDAR
.Bolls, four to seventeen foet long.—
Apply lo
dto   KOY AT, OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
ntc3 £><£& &^f*
\\ffl_f38E8S38S83Et-
J&.€3rTdg.meF!B„
OE-E-^OSiS!:
NEW WESTMINSTER, crMNoEKnEN0zLfERsKTSsON
VANCOUVER,
CORNER CORDOVA AND
ABBOTT STREETS.
—A-JU-
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG. .ot cannon st.
Farming Lands/Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on ColnmMa and Front Sta.,
hi contral portion of tlio city; several
buildings bring good rent-0'-.2,000.00.
Lot 4,' Block 7, near Lytton Sijiiaro,
0(1x132 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Front Sts.-§0,000.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St., 33-cGti foot—
$4,000.00.
Also—Lot antl Building with stock of
Goods, ono of tho boot business stands
iu tho eity.
ImprovedResidential Property
Lot 15, Block 13; two houses rented nt
paying figures—|4j600.00.
Houso aid Lot on Lorno St., near Columbia—$1250.00.
Lots 4, 5 k 6, Blook 10; good house,
garden, Ac. j choioo restdonco property
-§5,250.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St.; fenced and
cloared—SloOO.OO.
House and Lot on Columbia St.; ono of
the finest residences in the city—$7,*
000.00.
House and Lot on'Hoyul Avenue, near
Douglas St.—$2,000,00.
Houso and 3 Lota, corner Royal Avenuo
nnd St, Patrick's St.; no better rest*
donee sito in tho city—$ 10,000,00.
1 acre, with 7 houses, near the Park-*-
$0,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Block 28; cornor lot on Agnes St.;
fine residence site—§1200.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avenue--§500,00 ench,
Lots on Montreal, Bouglns and Halifax Sts., near Clinton St; fine views
and well situated—$350.00, §375,00,
5500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clin tot* ■
5800.00.
Lot i), Sub-Block 10; fine residenco lots-
5250.00.
Lots ou Vcllmm St., near Mary—§600.00
each.
Lot on Polhniu St,, near St. Andrew's;
line sito—5500.00.
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne—
8.350,00.
Lot in St. Andrew's Sc|unro-W00.00.
t-tifca iu Block fronting on North Ant
rond; finest chanco In tho market fo:
residence or speculation--$125,00 ti
8175,00,
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Bloc
12-500.00 to 8125.00. ■
Lot- in Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloo
18*45160.00 oaoli.
Lots in Wostminstor Addition nt $15,00
to $50.00.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity,stroti-.'th and wholesomenesH. Moro
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot no sold ln competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only ln cans,
HoVAl,BAKIM(J POWD**.BCo..l0eWallBt,,
New York. Sfely
Rooms to Rent.
IJURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT, IN
V M. Gray's houso, on Provost Street-
Apply on tho premises. djlytsto
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Toll a wonmn she looks frosh aud
she will smile all over. Tell a man
the samo thing, uud if ho doseu't
kick you it is either because he hus
corns or daren't.
FOR SALE.
AFIKST-CLASS .1.* J. TAYLOWS Fire.
I,Po„r Hufe. To bo seen at Uio olllco
QtMATHEBS* MILUOAN.      dJIyMo
Farm for Sale.
LOT 27, BLOOK t J-0KT1I lUNCHS (
Wesl, I.ulu Islnnd, at n bargain.—
Apilly to RANDBKOS„orE')WAHl) A.
SlIAIU'K, Lulu Island. <lw|o27in]
TO RENT.
A PLEASANT ROOM FOR TWOGKN-
tlemon-wlth or without Board, lu
private family.   Apply nt third house up
tho hill, left hand sldeof Douglas -itreot,
 djuluto	
Timber Lands for Sale.
THE DISCOVERER'S INTEREST IN
abont ;s,uiii) acres of first-class Timber
Lauds, principally Fir.
WOODH, TURNER A GAMBLE.
New West,, B..C, Juno 11,1SB0.   djoltml
Shares for Sale.
THE WESTM INSTER WOOLEN M'F'G
Co. oflVrforr-nloa llmltod number of
shares in tlio eapllul stock of thocnin-
§any.    Application   to bn made to tho
ocretary. J. TS. DRAPER,
Socretary.
Now West., 11. C, Jnly 10,18SI),   djlyluwl
First-class Prairie Farm
FOB t@-4LXi.EB..
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND. North Arm, Fruser 111 ver j containing IWO acres of the finest farming laud
hi iiu-country; all dyked, well Improved,
good buildings, good orolmrd (benring)..
For furthor information enqulro of
MAJOR A PEARSON,
dmy20U* Now Westminster.
* c
Ileal   Estato ltrokers mid
Finaut-ial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life  aiioetatlon of
Toronto.
Hoyaland Lnncttshtra Plrelnsnr-
niKt Comi>nul«l>
ua,Valnable IvOts for sale In lho City
and District of Westminster; and choice
Lots In the City of Vancouvor.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city or
rural proporty should communieate with
us.
Ollh-os: Hank of B.C. building, opposite
post odlce, Westminster, and Hustings St.,
vanoouver, dwnplfltc
UIUIUCO.
DRUGGISTS
Queen's  Hotel Block,
NEW WlisTJllXSTUK.
Reliable Drags & Moines
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY,
dnpltc
Lmdin. Harris
so CO.
Real  gsfate,
INSURANCE
 AN70	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Riisiuoss relating to
Ucal Kstnto.
— AGENTS KOft—
[.oii'lon Assurnnco Corporation,
Connecticut Flro im-uruiieo Oo. of
Hartford,
London and Laiicaslilre Lift) Assurance Go.
Canton Insurance Offlco, Id. (Marine)
OFFICES: T~
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St,, Victoria
dwieUyl
"Can't I tako your namo for tliis
no-w oncyclopiwlio dictionary?" askod
Um 1'ooU nyont. "It is an encyclopedia und dictionary all in ono,"
"No sir," Raid the mun iiddi-essed j
"I huvo no uso for it whatever, You
see, I married a Uoston girl,"
Out in Missouri the other day a
man who had boon swindled out of
$2,000 by bunco sharpers declared
that lio had not read a newspaper in
forty yeara. His statements, observes a "wretched" cotemporary, relieves journalism of n»scriou3 rospon-
ipLty-     	
'Ehe American exhibit at the Paris
Exhibition is said to be a miserable
ona. An exhibitor who has juat returned from Paris suid to a Kew
York Herald reporter ; "There can
be no question tliat the show made
by America is wrotched. It makes
evory American who sees it ashamed.
The exhibit is tho poorest of the
wholo lot. The smallest South
American countries mako better
showings."
Amoug tho ministers who travel
with the Shah is Mohammed Hassan
Khan Ekbalus Saltane. He is Chief
of the Press. He not only supervises all publications in Persia, but
himself edits four papers, the Ivan,
tho Mtela, the JScfio of Persia, and
tins illustrated Scherew, He has"
also written somo histories, and
conducts a bureau for tbe translation oE European books and papers
into Persian.
A student said to a distinguished
lawyer ono day, "I cannot understand how circumstantial evidence
can be stronger than positive testimony." "I will illustrate it," said
the lawyer. "My ruilkmun brines
me a cun of milk, and says, 'Sir, I
know that is pure milk, for I drew
it from the cow, washed the can
thoroughly, strained it into the can,
und nobody else has handled it,'
Now, when I take the cover from
the can, out leaps a bull-frog.
Surely the frog 13 stronger evidence
than lho man!"
ENGLISH CAPITAL
WiU Build a Railway Across Honduras from tlio Atlantic to
the Pacific.
The prlsso Fighters ore all Freo
and thore in 110 Likelihood of
tliolr Arrest.
Au Oregon Jail Destroyed by Firo
and threo Prisoners Burned
to Death.
Says a clock manufacturer: "The
dial of the clocks wliich we make
for China is marked, in lieu of
figures, with characters which, J
Buppose, mean something to them.
They don't to me. There are threo
circles of characters, the inner one
having eight divisions, tho noxt one
twelve and the outermost twenty-
four. Thero are two hands, tho
shortest ono .making a revolution
ei&ry two hours, while the lon** one
takes twenty-four hours to get
around. But how they compute
time by these is-a Chinese puzzle."
Says au American newspaper
correspondent: A friend of mine
was attending services at a certain
Baptist church in ^Yashington,
The minister was a vory deliberate
speaker with a broad mouth. Tho
sermon was about the death of
Moses. Tn the course of it the
preacher began a sentence, "Biddy
diddy" and stopped. What could
it be? He made a socond attempt
-■"Diddy biddy" and again halted.
Strange." Lubricating his lips ho
made a third attempt and succeeded—"Did he bid adieu," etc. A
clergyman in Ohio said: "For now
w*o see through a dark glassly," und
the same man spoke of somo
ono going "heedlessly" into destruction. A Providence minister once
said, "turned his eyeless sightballs
up to heaven."
The Bluecoat school in London is
one of the finest educational institutions there. It was established for
the benefit of sons of poor tradesmen, und was endowed from various
sources with half a million of dollars, It has, howover, boon diverted from its original purposes, and
its advantages aro now enjoyed
chiefly, if not exclusively, by tho
rich. The English charity commissioners havo just turned their attention to it, and are claiming
through courts the right to require
It to fulfil its mission, The attack
upon its management is producing
heartburnings among thoso who
havo learned to appreciate it. But
thoro is n strong body of opinion
with the commission, and tho hope
is entertained that the charity may
onco again becomo charitable.—Ex.
According to a communication
recently addressed by the eminent
scientist, M. Brown-Sequard, t*) tho
I'Veuch academy of medicine, it appears that lio has prepared a concoction warranted to infuso frosh doses
of vital energy into constitutions
shattered by ago or illness, As yot,
for thore is no public record of its
trial os a rocuperativo and revitalizing agent, all that can bo said is
that it is intrinsically compounded
of revolting materials, Tho physiologist, it is stated, cuts out certain parts of living animals, such ns
guinea pigs, and the pieces of quivering flesh, pounded together by tlio
pestle and mortar of pharmaceutical
commerce, are made into a kind of
paste with water, Tho essence of
this compound is then injected under tho Bkin of tho patient with a
syringe similar to that employed by
tho votaries of morphine "ft Ib
needless to say that the results of
BL Brown-Soqunrd's experiments
are awaited with eagerness by old-'
erly Fausts.
ANil'l'lIlUl OKBAT I'ltOJKCT.
Wahiunoton, July 12. — D. W.
Herring, U. S. consul at Tequcigalpa,
Honduras, reports to the state department that an English syndicate, with
a capital uf uight million pounds, hus
obtained conccsfiioits to comitruct a
railroad across Honduras from tho Atlantic to tha Pacific, and that the engineer of thu syndicate has given {insurance!* that the road will bo completed
in three years.
FATAL QUAHllI'L.
Butte, Mon., July 12.---At Uum-
sey, tliis morning, Ben Mill, a wood
contractor, eliob und instantly killed
Charles Francis, a wood hauler. The
men quarrelled about nu nccount aud
Hill claims lhat he shot in Bolf defense,
Francis having fired several sliota at
him first. Francis was 85 yenrs old.
Hill gave himsolf up.
TUB CAVE COD UANAL,
Sandwich;, Mass., July 12.—Samuel
Fmenden, treasurer of the Capo Cod
ship onnal company, has been petitioned into bankruptcy by the Bass Itiver
Saving's Bank, of South Yarmouth, on
a claim of threo thousand dollars. Tho
canal company, or F. A. Lookwood,
tho contrnctor for tho canal, is nut involved. Fcsseuden's liabilities are
estimated at from $00,000 to $80,000;
nssets nt from §0,000 to 814,000. The
indebtedness is mostly to banks in
West Newton, Brockton, Fallmouth
and Water to wn, Mass., with considerable paper out tij individuals in Sandwich and other sections. These proceedings wero not entirely unexpected
ns rumors concerning his financial
soundness have been tilloat uome time.
It is understood tho West Newton
Savings Bank is probably tho heaviest
creditor and holds mortgages on nearly
nil Fcsaeudeu's teal estato.
hullivan's auhest.
Nbw York, July 12.—Inquiry this
morning at the district attorney's
offico regarding tlio possibility of Sullivan beiug nircsted on hia arrival nt
this city met with n prompt answer
from Assistant District Lindsay that
lie could bo if tho governor of Misis-
sippi should mnko n requisition to
Cororuor Hill. The extradition law is
so completo thnt u mnn could be arrested iu Maino for tho stighest dia-
monitor in California.
ins incmuEss' movements.
Evansville, July 12.—Tho Louisville and Nashville train bearing Sullivan and party passed through here at
1:20 this morning, en route from Nashville. Sullivan was asleop in his cat.
It is reported the party intended going
to Now York via Chicago and Canada,
THE DEFEATED.
Noutii Vehnon, lud.,  July 12.--
Tho Kilrain pntty boarded  the train
here nt midnight for Cincinnati.
quiet movements.
Cincinnati, July 12.—Sullivan and
party arrived from Louisville nt 8:20
a.m. They got off Bt tho ChcEupcnke
and Ohio junction nnd whilo waiting
for the train which wns to leave at 9:
30 a.m. tho party went to Ootting-
ham's Eali'iin where they remained
drinking for a short time.. Tho party
came and went so quietly that they
did not attract much nttentlon.
NO ORDERS. TO  ARREST.
New Yoiik, July 12.—Polico oftlci-
aU say tlu-y havo had no ordors of any
kind to arrest Sullivan and 60 he was
allowed to take the Chesapeake & Ohio
train without molestation.
TUK BUNTED P1UZB BTOHTBH.
Louisville, Ky., July 12.--A bevy
of sports and newspaper man wero at
tho depot when tho Louisville and
Nashville train from tho south arrived
at 3 o'clock this morning. Sullivan
was Jiot aboard tho train, and while
tho crew refused to mnko any statement nbout him it was known the big
elii|-gei- remained iu a rdeepcr switched
ofi' nt South Louisville, nud was nent to
Cincinnati No police were mi hand
to interfere if ho had been on board,
and Major Owen, chiof of police, said
he did not intend t. molest them had
thoy oonio to Iho city. Chiof Owen
also slated ho recoived word at 2
o'clock this morning lhat Kilrain was
within nu hour's tide of Cleveland.
.Till: DANOBltOUS  PISTOL
Mauysvili.k, dl, July 12.—Ou
Independence day Charles Wiskat-
Bohill- 13 years or ago. accidentally
shot himself iu tho hand with n toy
pistol. Wednesday evening ho was
tnken suddenly id, blood poisoning
having lot in, nnd yesterday morning
lock*jaw made its nppQnranco nud
death released him from his sufferings
this im in ling,
FURRY IUUT DUANED,
New York, duly 12.—Tho ferry
boat John Adams, laid up at Poit
Uichmcnd, 8,1., for somo time, was
burned to tho water's edge this morning. Tho origin of tho fire is unknown.
Tlio Adams wns owned by John Marr,
of Albany, N. Y., and was valued at
$25,000; pnitly inaurcd.
WHEAT.
N ew Vork, J uly 12.—Wheat lower,
July 85]; August 64; Sept.   84
San Franoisco, July 12.—-Wheat
atendy; buyer '80, 137; buyer season,
'81), 144], seller'80,12l*i.
STEAMEIl WRBOKSD,
San Francisco, July 12.—A letter
just received here gives tho particulars
of tho loss of tho Paciiic mail Co.'s
stoamor Ornuada. Tho si earner left
Munzanilla, Lower California, shortly
before noon on June 22nd. A heavy
storm came up and at 11 o'clock the
samo uight she was driven on a reef
(13 miles bolow Munzanilla. Tho crew
and passengers wero landed safely.
The stcniuor, tho letter nays, is wedged
fast between two rocks aud will bu a
total loss.
STILL IN THElUXn,
CnnjAcio, July 12.—Muldoon nnd
Cleary arrived in tho citv enrly this
morning nud immediately boarded a
train for the enst, ln an interview
with Muldoon, ho dcicribod his cscapo
at Nashville as follows: "I was sitting
with Sullivan when tho officers entered the car. They were about to
placo mo under airest when 1 said to
them, 'What do you mean, I am uo
prize lighter, do I look liko ono 1 I
am a gentleman, and it is your duty to
protect and not offer mo insult.' They
ut onco abandoned me and devoted
their efforts to securing tho big fellow,
and hero I am a littlo disfigured from
hard work, but atill in the ring."
EPIDEMIC OF '-'IKE!-.
Fresno, Cal, July 12.--Tho third
firo since Sunday occurred here in the
business part of tho city at 4 o'clock
this morning. It originated in the
ovens of Weimar & Leblano's bakery.
It burned fiercely and swept away a
block and a half. The entire loss is
estimated at over $260,000; insurance
about 8100,000. Following is a partial list of the losses: Severs & Co.,
dry goods, 82,000; T. H. Thompson,
druggist, 812,000; McConnell & Hague
810,000; Dr. Manpin, 815,000; Weimar & Leblance, bakery, 82,600; J.
T. Havelin, 83,500; Hogan & Doblo,
liquor dealers, $30,000; Paoific Shoe
Co., $25,000; Lewison & Co., estimated loss, 830,000; insurance not known.
D. S. Ferry's fine law library was entirely destioyed. E. Qilmor's millinery stock and building, 816,000; S.
N.Griffiths, damage to new brick building, 83,000; M. Denick's saloon, loss
818,000.
prisoners released.
Jacksonville, Ogn., July 12.—
Tho county jail was burned about C
o'clock this morning. The firo broke
out in the jailer's room, cutting off the
passage to the colls, and before assistance oould reach them, tho prisoners, three in number, died from suffocation. The building was totally destroyed. The cause of the firo ii not
known.
THE WAR CLOUD.
Servia Slakes the Third Levy of
Recruits for Active Service.
War Feared.
It is Humored Parnell has Withdrawn his Case Against
the "Times."
Russia Suppresses the Lutheran
Church. Lecaron well Provided for.
HOARD OK TRADE INJUNCTION.
Chicago, July 12.—Judge Tuley
this morning refused to modify the Injunction against the board of trade,
so as to permit the adoption of a fifteen minute rule regarding the sending out of quotations. The court held
the resolution adopted by the board
did not state that quotations would be
furnished upon reasonable terms. The
resolution said only that they would
bo furnished on equal terms; this did
not mean reasonable terms. The effect of the decision is to compel the
board to adopt another resolution in
accordance with this decision. The
board can make another application
embodying the suggestions of tho
court.
STRUCK A SNAG.
St.'Lodis, July 11.—The steamer
Crystal City struck a snag at the mouth
of Aline river, 00 miles south .of here,
last night. Thepassengers were saved,
and GO head of cattle were got off in
safuty. The vessel had on board 3,000
sacks of wheat and a mixed cargo which
will be almost a complete loss.
extra session.
Philadelphia, July 11.—A "Washington special to the proas says that
after consultation nearly aU the republican members have decided to call
an extra session of congress between
October 15th and November 1st,
millers' convention.
Toronto, July 11.—The Dominion
millers concluded their convention
yesterday. The chief items of busi-
nufB transacted were the drafting of a
memorial to the Dominion house,
praying for tho abatement of B. U.
discrimination, and asking for the appointment of an independent com*
mission, such as an interstate railway
commission, to settle any disputes over
shipments and rates. A combine on
milling rates was decided upon, They
further decided to buy all wheat by inspection aud certificate as to weight
and quality.
A TERRIBLE DEATH.
Peteriioro, July 11,—Arthur, only
sou of W. H. Meldrum, of the firm of
Meldrum, Davidson & Co., millers,
mot a terrible death last evening. The
lad was 8 years old. He was in the
flour mill and attempted to slip over
the revolving shaft which was close to
tho floor and whioh had a loose belt.
In doing so he stepped on the belt
close to the shaft tightening it so that
it caught his foot and drew it under
tho shaft. The leg was torn off at the
kneo and above the knee the flesh and
sinews were fearfully mangled. The
little fellow was carried homo and died
shorily alter.
THK FRENCH WAV.
Paris, July 11.—This was another
field day in the ohamber of deputies
and the champion oi Boulangerism, Laguerre, waa again tho hero of the day,
successfully defying tho whole force of
tho republic to outcast him from the
position he had takon in the tribune,
where ho proposed to deliver his ipeeoh
whether tho chamber cared to listen to
him or not. The subject matter of
the debate was the old battle ground
of govornmont arrests at Angouleme,
tho bono of contention always ready
for picking in the French chamber.
First Deputy Lehorisie, Boulangist,
set the ball rolling by Balling Into the
government, and when he had finished
Laguerre, noticing that there was yot
several foul epithets which his gifted
colloague had inadvertently failed to
npply tn the minister, rose aud promptly supplied the omiision. Ho berated tho minister with a wealth of
vituperative diction which the French
deputies rarely have the good foi tune
to listen to. Tho president warned
tho excited Laguerre to moderate his
tone, but tho warning only seemed to
redouble that gentleman's abuse of the
government and their adherents and
he spread it on thicker than ever.
Then at tho suggestion of the president, the chamber voted that Laguerre
bo no longer heard. Laguerre refused
to leave the tribunal and kept light on
talking. No one heard him, for by
this timo tho uproar in tho chamber
was torrific, but this mado no differ-
once, ho kept his place in the tribunal
and continued his violent gesticulations, while the prosident left his
place in disgust and the chamber broke
up und the gallorios wero cleared,
When tho session was resumed nn hour
later Laguerre still retained his .vantage ground in the tribunal. The
chamber took his ease up and the excitable deputy was censured and ex*
eluded from tho chamber. Shortly
afterwards tho houie adjourned. On
leaving tho chamber Laguerre was
roundly hissed by the crowd outside,
and the polico wero obliged to guard
his carriage all the way to his hotol to
prevent his being mobbed.
Children Cryfor Pitther-sCastoiia
PREPARING FOB WAB.
London, July 12.—It is reported
that some uneasiness has been occasioned in Eastern Europe by the report current that the government of
Servia has deoided to equip and arm
the third levy of recruits for active
service. The ostensible object of
this is the suppression of brigandage,
but in thepresentstateof eastern politics
and the open manceuvers of Russia in
the Balkans, it is suspected this
latest development is simply another
step towards preparing the Servians
for their share in a general war.
A RRIOHT OUTLOOK.
London, July 12.—The general
market is firm with good prospects of
a boom in American and Canadian
railways, as a better feeling prevails.
GOOD SHOOTING.
London, July 12.—-The Massachusetts rifle team have altered their
Springfield rifles to enable them to compete in tbe muzzle snd breach loading
series of contests. Thero was excellent shooting to-day. Huddleatone
made ono inner and six bullieyes at
600 yards, winuing the Steward prize.
PARNELL WITHDRAWS HIS CASE.
London, July 12.—Tt is reported
Mr, Parnell has instructed Sir Charles
Russell to withdrsw his case of libel
againBt the Times, owing to Judge
Hannen's refusal to authorize the production of the books of the loyal patriotic union, of which Mr. Houston
was secretary.
PARNELL COMMISSION.
London, July 12.—Before the Parnell commission to-day Sir Charles
Russell aiked that Mr. Soames, counsel for the Kmes, produce a list of all
payments made to witnesses on behalf
of the Times, and also all communications to and from the agents of the
Times in Ireland and America. Sir
Richard Webster declined to produce
the communications asked for. Soames
was recalled to the witness box and
said he had not yet made out the list
of the sums paid to witnesses. There
was no definite arrangement as to how
Lecaron should be paid. Mr. Mao-
Donald for the Times, said it was understood Lecaron should be provided
for. He had lost his employment in
the government service and as long as
he should need it ho was to receive as*
sistance. Houston, secretary of the
loyal and patriotic union, was recalled
and stated Pigott was first mentioned
to him as a useful witness. by Lord
Stallbridgo. The "Parnollism and
Crime" series of articles afterward embodied in the pamphlet were an elaborate reprint of '-Parnollism Un-
masked." The work was compiled by
Pigott, for which witness paid him
£60. He was willing to place the
books, of the loyal and patriotic union
-before the couit but objected to their
being examined by political opponents
of the union. Sir Charles Russell demanded the production of the books.
He desired to prove by them that the
whole indictment contained in "Parnollism and Crime" proceeded from the
loyal and patriotic union, and that
Pigott was used by that powerful political organization to concoct the plan.
Sir Richard Webster contended that
the books were wanted merely in order
to give the Parnellites free range in
other political matters. The oourt deoided againBt Russell's application,
Russell intimated he had received
written instructions from Parnell regarding the further conduct of the
ease, whioh required him to ask for a
delay in order to consider the position
of Parnell and Davitt. Russell and
Solicitor Lewis thereupon left thecourt
and tho commission adjourned until
Tuesday. It is understood that Par-
noil's instructions to Russell were to
withdraw from the case, and it is further understood that the Irish leader's
decision in the matter is final.
LUTHERAN CHURCH SUPPRESSED,
London, July 12.—By the action of
the Russian authorities the Lutheran
ohurch has beon completely suppressed
as an organized body in Russia.
NEW MARKET RACES,
London, July 11.—At the New
Market meeting to-day the Chester-'
field stakes were won by Rochschild's
Heaume.
DEFEATED DERVISHES.
Cairo, July 11.—Tho government
has received a despatch from the scene
of hostilities between the Egyptians
and the Dervishes, stating that a paity
of Egyptians cut off 00 Dervishes from
the main body and in a fight which
ensued all of the Dervishes thus separated from their comrados were killed. Two hundred and fifty Dervish
prisoners have been brought to Shel*
lal.
THE DERVISH   FORCES.
London, July 11.—tn the commons
to-day the warm Egypt was freely discussed. The government wss asked
for an estimate of the force of the invaders, Mr. Stanhope, secretary of
war, stated that their number wu
about 0,000, and they had with them
500 camels. This force, under the
command of Nadel Jumi, had penetrated into Egypt 33 miles north of
Wady Haifa. There was no reason
to believe that tho inhabitants welcomed the invaders.
The millers concluded thoir convention at Toronto Tuesday. The chief
items of businesa transacted were the
drafting of the memorial to the Dom*
inion house praying for the abatement
of railroad discrimination and asking
for the appointment of an independent
commission such as the interstate railway commission to settle any disputes
over shipments and rates. A combine
on mill rates was decided upon.
Alexander Watt, a miller of Palmor-
aton, Ont., who had juit returned
from the meeting of the millers at
Toronto, was run over by an engine
Tuoaday night, the wheels out his left
leg off noar tho thigh. Ho lived two
hours after.
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According to a cotemporary, Portugal is resting the case in tho Del-
ago Bay affair, of which we hear so
often now-a-days, on the ridiculous
assumption that the commonwealth
has rights which individual greed
must be made to respect. It appears
that the railway syndicate in question
has been trying to mako a big steal,
and tho Portuguese, not having attained to just the top notch of civilization and progress, are actually
'-kicking." Whether the paper referred tc quite realizes tho strain it
puts upon our credulity in. asking
us to believe that the government
of a country which, if not in the
front rank, is certainly fur removed
from barbarism, is seriously demand,
ing that a railway syndicato shall
fulfil its contracts, we do not know ■
but, according to our cotemporary, |
thas is exactly what Portugal is
doing. The syndicate is English-
American, and probably thought
itself smart enough to get away with
the guileless Portuguese in their
east African colony, -without the
usual precaution of letting a few influential natives in on tbe ground
floor. At all events it received
large concessions—lands and privileges—in return for which it was to
build somo fifty odd miles of railway
from a point on Delagoa Bay to tho
eastern frontier of the Boer republic, where its line was to connect
with another. It built most of
the road, but failed to connect
with the other line, as the last few
miles presented great engineering
difficulties. Probably it had built
far enough to develop the coal and
other lands which formed u large
part of its concession or subsidy*
and did Dot care much for the connection with the other line, while
that very connection was a large
factor in inducing the government
to give it tho subsidy. At least,
that is how it looks. Now the government asks the syndicate to stick
to its bargain or let go the consideration ; and the syndicate asks tho
civilized world to listen while it
howls. If the Weldon extradition
law is to havo its swing a number of
financial experts, for whom residence in this Dominion will, in that
event, lose its charm, might visit
Portugal and explain to the government that its course in this affair is
really out of harmony with modern
methods of consolidating the wealth
of u country by the encouragement
of monopolies.
The "New Papacy," or "Behind
the Scenes in the Salvation Army,"
is a small volume written by nn ex-
staff officer of  that aggressive and
world-wide e\ ngelistio institution,
The book is from first to last an impeachment of the Booth regime, and
it must be admitted a most damaging ono.   Por  the whole rank and
file of the army and tho majority of
tho inferior officers, the writer has
nothing but words of  esteem and
affection, mingled with expressions
of commiseration that an organization with   such   a record and such
possibilities for good should, at the
very acme of its power and usefulness, become subverted and blighted
by the ungovernable ambition, misguided obstinacy, and perverted zeal
of oue man and his carefully trained
minions.   It is admitted that General Booth inaugurated the Salvation Army and carried it on for the
first few years, among tho slums and
outcasts of tho English cities, with
perfect  devotion und singleness of
heart, bub  too  much   success, the
author  thinks—and,   as  everyone
knows, the army has had a phenomi-
nai suuoe-ts—"with its concomitants
of pride and arrogance, have been
tho canker-worm that   has undermined the structure and sapped the
foundation and so brought the beautiful edifice to the ground, and what
onee promised to be a joy forever,
lies before us an unsightly mass of
mouldering   ruins."   Individualism
—the  ono man power—the autocratic tyranny of the Booth administration-are charged with exercising
the most  direful results upon the
army, which, it   is  stated, has received its death-blow and is rapidly
and surely declining in spirituality,
numbers, and capability for usefulness,   Tho writer, who is a Canadian and, as he states, occupied for
some time the position of  literary
director  of   the  army organ—tlio
War Cry—in Canada, bases his remarks for tho most part on his experience and observation of the army
workings in the Dominion. A bright
picture is drawn of the simplicity,
whole-souled  dovotedncss,  humbleness of spirit, and happy freedom of
operation   and   co-operation in the
great work of  saving thu masses,
that characterized ihe early period
of the army's six yeara' history in
the Dominion.    Then it professed
to be and was the humble handmaid
of the existing ohurohes, and repudiated the idea of building up a
■eparate  religious   body   and denounced the practice of gathering
together wealth and the accumulation of property.  But this is said to
be oil changed, and very much for the
In tbe words of the author, |
"From a band of devoted and disinterested workers,  united  in the
bonds of zeal nnd charity for the
good of their fol lows, it has developed into u colossal and aggressive
agoncy for lho building up of n system and a sect, bound by rules and
roguhitious altogether subvorstvu of
religious   liberty,   antagonistic   to
every branch of Christian endeavor,
umt  hnurid  liauil ami loot to the
will of ono supremo head and ruler."
All the blumo for this sadly altered
statu of ufluirjS is traced up to General Uooth, who, it is stated, intoxicated by  the marvellous success of
the vast organization that hus grown
up under him, und inflated by a
sensu of power, has established an
autocratic despotism over tho lives
and actions of his followers moro
absolute tlian that of tho pon tills of
Komi-.      In u  word, Itoothism is
declared to bo tho dlsoase of which
the unny iti said to bo dying.   The
pialady has various manifestations
besides tno genoral tendency outlined above.     The most serious is
assorted to he the financial and business   management,  which   is   controlled entirely by Booth, in whoso
namo" also ull tho property of tho
army the world over is said to be
vested.    While the general and his
family (overy member of which has
been promoted to the highest positions   iu the organization) and tho
superior    officers    generally,    aro
charged   with  faring sumptuously
and continually touring round tho
world   ut  the nrmy'a expense, tho
rank and file are represented as subjected not only to the severest rules
and tlio hardest work, but to abject
destitution as  woll.    With the exception of a bare pittance, it is said,
ull money collected at tho various
stations has to'bo sent to the commissioner, who  forwards   it on to
headquarters, [and   no   account is
given by anyone,   Should a soldier
or oflicer of an investigating turn of
mind manifest a disposition to inquire into financial matter?, he is
told, according   to   tiio author, "to
got   saved, or get out."   What the
writer calls the "trade department"
also cotne3 in for u sevoi-o handling.
In   uniforms,   badges,   books, and
army silver watches, it   is assorted
that "headquarters" does a thriving
business with tho faithful, charging
exorbitant  prices   for the various
articles and keeping no books,   The
writer makes no charge of criminal
misapplication of funds against General Booth or any of   his   staff, but
merely   states, iu   effect, thut   this
tyrannical, irregular, and  unreasonable style of doing business has shattered confidence and produced widespread    dissatisfaction   throughout
tho army, which is  not to ho wondered at, if all those things are so.
General   Booth   may yot be a conscientious man, but it is to be feared
that   ho   is an obstinate and mistaken leader, to say the least—certainly not  the   right   man in the
right  place.   Tho author of "The
Now   Papacy,"   who,  with   many
oihurs-r-sincere and ardent Salvationists—he states, has severed his
connection with the army, owing to
dissatisfaction   with    the   English
mauitgoment,   looks   forward   to a
bright future for the organization in
the   Dominion, either   by the reforming nf these abuses mentioned,
or   the   total   severance^   of   the
Oanadian contingent from the main
hotly.    Even taking the criticisms
of th'* author of the volume we have
bum   noticing,   cum  grano   satis,
enough  may be   ascertained   from
other sources to convict the supremo
authorities of the Salvation Army of
bad   management   and     mistaken
methods in various respects, but particularly in financial matters.   That
tho rank and file of the army is
composed   of  devoted and sincere
souls, who havo done and are doing
a good work, very few will question,
and most people will trust that  the
abuses which seem to  threaten   its
usefulness and very existence may
bo Bpeedly reformed, and   tho army
in the Dominion and throughout the
world placed upon a better, a moro
just and business-like basis, with a
restoration of the mutual confidence
and spiritual simplicity of its earlier
years.
Wholesale city Market.
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Onion*
W lieul
Outs
Hay,       nor lon   .-,
Butter (rolls) per It-  o
Clissso, "	
Eki-b,     perdos	
Ooruwnnd (retail) per curd
Anplf.--, jk;i- I'ox	
Hhlosittr'n 1 nor loo lbs	
"   (dry)
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Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Notice to Builders
niENDERB WILT- BE RECEIVED lip
i    to 12 o'clock noon of TIIUHHDAV,
ikiii .iniy, nt Lowenbenr, Harris AOo.-a
nfllei;. Colonial Block, Columbia street,
Now W-'xtminiter, where plain- and speel-
lloutloiiri may he seen, for the construction, crci-tloii and completion of the
flltli'K llUlLllINOat the noiuli-PiiHt cor*
ni'i' of (lolnmbla and McKenzie .street extension. Tli** lowont or any tender not
ilBcosaiirJIy accepted, dJlylO'd
To Stone Masons
TENDKIW KOH THE ERECTION OV
a STONE KONDATION fora Build-
III)* to bo erected on Lot 4, Block VI, corner of Columbia Hlreet and Lytton square,
nro Invited nnd will be received by the
mid (-ritftned up lo noon of WEDNESDAY,
■III-1-imI. Plans and h pool tlon tloiiH to lio
Keen Bt Itoom "I," Ban It of B. O, Building.
tip-Ml.alr-*. Tho lowest or any tender not
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Now Wosl., July 10,1889. HJIylotd
TO  BUILDERS.
fpKNBKllH ABU INVITED PORVAItt-
JL ous works In biilldliiu foundationh,
Ac,, for a houso between Blackwood nnd
Clement KlreetM, New \VentinliiNti-r, to-
Kolhi-r with tho pullititr down of old line*
tow hotC-n, for Ills Lordship the lllshop
of Now Westminster.
IMann and specifications at my otllce,
whero tenders are to lie delivered by noon
on WEHNKHDAY.Hlh Intil.
NolMioi'ttio lowest, nor any tender will
bo iiccosHarllyimcoplRd,
WILLIAM 11, KINO,
Architect, Ae,
New West,, July 10,1889.      dilyma
agaggss
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Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms easy.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
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AUCTION S1LE
Royal -Columbian  Hospital
Site-, and Buildings.
I HAVE HEEN INSTRUCTED BY THE
Trustees uf tho Royal Coin in li Inn Hos-
nihil to Helt by I'ulillc Auction nt the Colonial Hotel, liew Westminster, on
Monday, the 22nd Day of July.
At8O'clock P.M.,
Lots VA, 14, 15. 10, IT and 18,
Block XXXI,
Now. Wostmlnster City, situate onAgnos
street, being the present site ot the lloyal
Columbian Hospital.
This proporty Is very eligibly situated
on tho upper nldo of the principal residence Htreet of tho city, nnd commnnds a
view of llie Frasor Hlvereiistiinil west.
The hospital building mid I lie htewanl's
rcKliU'iice will he Hold ut sumc time.
Terms of snle will be—J*£.casli,}j"lnthrue
months und \',_ 111 six months from tlie
iliitooff-tilo; no interest.
Possession will beglventothopurohflsor
or purchasers on the '22\\d ot .liintiiiry, h»),
when the last payment of the purchase
money will he duo.
Will nlso ho sold nt same time:
Lot 4, Mock xvii, New Westminster
City.   All fenced.
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T, New Westminster.
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Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Hope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTURER OF
mA\U SHEET-IRONWARE.
CONTRACTS FOR
Iron Cornice Work, Cas-flttliiK,
Plumbing, Boonni'.&c.
Plants for Sale!
 AT THE	
Douglas Street Nursery.
ORDERS TAKEN  FOR  FRUIT AND
ORNAMENTAL TREES,  Including
nil the leading varieties of
Apples* Pears, Plums, Cherries,
 ALSO	
SHALL I'KI ITS of every description.
it-iui-iiciK, Wreaths and Crosses made
to order.
ddwnp3yl p. LATHAM.
AUCTION SALE
W. It. CLARKE, AUCTIONEEH.
I AM INSTRUCTED BY TIIE MORTG A-
BOetosollby public uuctlon at tlio
Salesroom, Storo St., opposite tlio Do pot of
IhoE.&N. Hallway,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
On Tuesday, the 16th Instant,
As she now lies in Victoria Harbor,   „
The Steamer
AMELIA
ISO loot Ioiib,2«foct beam, 8feet0inches
depth of hold. 222 tolls registered tonnage
and draws about _'/, feet of wnter loaded.
For further particulars apply lo tho
Auctioneer.
TB133MS  OA.B-3..
W, R. CLARKE,
dJyOld AUCTIONEER.
C. E. WOODS
Land Subveho*.
A. 0. CAMBLE
Notary Publio.
Woods, Turner & uamlsle
LAND SURVEYORS,
!|IUBUiailU0|l
AND CONVKYANCEKS.
F IRK.-The Western of Toronl'1-Ttii' Ait-
lin, The City nf London, und Tint Hurl-
ford.
LIFK.--Tho New York Ute Iimni'mire Co.
AOCIDHNT-ThoTniVollors'ofHivrtffii'tl
Ln ml Survt-yiuf* In ul I Its hriUlohos tic*
cu rate! y and |-niiii|)lly carried out.
City ami Sulturbiin l.uml-t fnr Stile.
Wu enn show n coiupleUi n i of deKiruhli-
loealltieR,
Farming LamlM, I in proved und ntilni-
proved, tliroilKliDUttlio district.
Mining nml other Stock bon-*lil. nnd
sold.
Money to Lonn on Unit mortfii-'eat
low rates. 	
Tkj.ei'honk Call No. ft).
P, 0. DllAWKR W.
WOODS, TCBNKU & (UMBI.K,
OFFIOf- ELLARD't BLOOK,    •    COLUMBIA STREET
Farmers, Attention I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
FOR SALE
—AT—
Chilliwack, B. C.
31 Fnrm Wagons.
18 Buck llonr-1-i.
1 Span well mntched 4-ycnr old
Illnck Uoraes.
il Single I'rlvliH* Horses.
(I Cows and Calves.
IO Head Steers.
I Trottlmj Wagon.
er A Full Lino ol Cooking Stoves,
Heating Stoves, Tinware, Hardware,
Groceries, Dry (looils, Notions, Crockery & Stonoware, Clothing, Hats A Caps,
Drugs, Farm Implements, House Furnishings, Furniture, and the Largest Line
ol Boot, and Shoos above Westminster
and the most Complete Stook of General
Meroliamllso.
COME   AND   EXAMINF,   AND BE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS.
JylOdMm
GROG
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Oanadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
A. DesBRISAY, Cor. Columbia & Blackie Sts.
daplOto
BUGGIES i     BIGGIES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A "III 1,0 111 OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring sMcLaughlan
mm "Jro mssr *s-5 mms me
 ALSO	
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
6§T The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia."®!]
d-vop-to    "O-eici db Ourrie.
'Toronto' Blowers
Maxwell Mowers
The Little Maxwell
w   Stool Frame Binders.
F.Q. Strickland & Co.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Plaetel. jr., Warden Tools-
Lawn Mowers, &c. A-*•.
Tiger   Rake.
Sharp's Do.
Maxwell Do.
BRITISH COLUMBIA MEAT MARKET,
Ooliimblii Street, Kew Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT P1IBVEYOK8 IN GENERAL,    FRESH AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
fa-Special lines (juotcd for the shipping trado.   Family ordors striotly attended
to.   Uotelt will find it to their interest to plaoo their orders with the abovo Ann.
d2Snoly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN &REICHENBACH,
rauooEssons to w. b. townsendj
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hums, Bacon, Sausage. Uolognus, Etc.
dnolyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
The Columbia*- Puiktino Estaiimshmbnt ]«« first-class [acuities for
all kinds of Oouimorciai Printing, Bill Heads. Letter Heads. Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of evory description, Posters, Dodgers,
Prioe Lists, *-o.   Prices will be found as low as at an; other offico where
flrst-olass work is done,
ANOTHER CARLOAD
 OB*	
m
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
Intending Buyers should make a note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
■raw space itKLONna to
H. T. READ & GO
HARDWARE MEHOHANTR.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
imATJtfA«-KEIJ£"..
x&o-fsxi-a,*** -r.jA.T-V,
MA.ITTJ-JJ'A.OT-O-BMBS   OF
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, HSH CANNERY
AGRICULTURAL & ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REP'IRINB DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
I', B.—All oi'il-i-H from tliu upper country promptly attended to.
ilwnoimO
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Struct, New Westminster.
1
EXTRA FAMBLY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, worsteds hll kinds of Woolen B
KEADY-MADE CLOTHING.
EpP The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmhjotc
ROYAL CITY
llg HIS
,y.
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
MANUPAtrri'ltKIIH AND DBAtEtW IN
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES. NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
J_.2STX>  J-.2Z.Xj  XX2STX-B OZT
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Dooro.   Frames.   Windows.
Ill ou Id in vs. Balusters,
minds. Brackets,
Itnllliitfs, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nollklwly
Piano Tuning!
Mil. j. ti. FlXi-AYiMiN. from iiromt-
woml A HmiK- t-omlfin, Kiiuliunl, umt
uwiiy A Hons, Now York, nuw ut Cur*
li'l-'n 'JYili'itfl ot  Muni)!, VumviuviT, will
ull-'inl lo imti'i-H li-ft nl Mr. Kail H. Mnll'-.
Store, New Wi-Ntmliit-ti'i1.   TiiiitiiK, *:i
■JJIy-iml
Tenders for Loan.
T
KNDKI.H Wll.I.   UH  URCIBIVKII UP
MONDAY, lfHli«lM».,f.-iilr. IHHtT, ut
* unlock li. ill., for IoimIIiik to Mm ('or-mr*
niton nf tlm Minilelimlllyof (Ilillllwlinuk
tho sum uf fJ,(NK).(H), m-mircil ou di-iiontun-H
iiuiler llio Miitilulimllly I/inn l»y*liiw of
lm, these UCliDlltiiri's tiro for fMOO uiieli
nml curry HflVfii l»'r (icnt. por nntiuui ln-
torost. Tetiili-i'H muy lie for uny )i»rtlou of
til0 liiilll.
The til|;lii-Nt or nny lontter not iioooh*
mii'lly iinconlcil.
TcmlcrH lo In- mlilrcKsi'il to (In1 Clerk of
Uio Munlol (ml Council of Olillllwlinck.
IiatiHl thin ittlli tiny of June. A. I). lHJfli.
ft. OAWLKY,
0wje2t)Ul Reeve,
K
■jstotio-es.
OTIOE IS nRKEIlY OIVKN TiUT
i^nil-'iinil Work* tot' iiurmlmloii'(oloiue
ihu followltiit doaotlbou trncin of lnnd:
KCoiunii'iiclii'-nt iiHliikni-llniilciJ Koiiih
of n liiko lying »n-*tof Dcoji B«y, Hi
tlon Hoiinil;  rmiiitiiK  lliuneo m vha\m
soutli, lliunne HO clu-lnr- (-nut,  thonco 1)0
chtiliiH unt tli, Mic        liiiliiHOiiHt.tlnjiioo
•111 clinliiH uurtli, ttionuo OO cIiiiIiih went,
tlioucn lOolinhm nortii, Oicnce 10 cIiiiIiih
went, Micncu fiO cIiiiIiih noulli, thonoo 41)
ehntiiH went, thonco to pointof commence*
monk
2. OomuionoliitfntnpoKtiit the mouth
Of lllltllllHlr"llln ,K)cll»lllHHOUtll Of  TUlllH
1'olnl, ltiir.il IhIhihI; runnlliff tlicnco west
1(1 Clinlllrl, Nlllllll VH OlllllUK, Wl'Ht IR   t'llllllIN,
noiiMi 2\ cIiiiIiih, wont W cliuln-,, north li
clmln*, went IH cIiiiIiih, north 21 cIiiiIiih,
wont 8 cIiiiIiih, nortii (1 cliulns, went 72
cliiiliiN, north ill chums, east HI chiitns,
Hotlth HIchiilhn, miKt INI chnlnn, nortii 20
clmtnn, cast 2H ohulm lo nhoic, thonco
ii lung nlioro to plnco of coinmonoomont.
HBNHY V. EDMONDS.
July 0, UWW. UjlyOml vuMjsvu.-so, 10,
mvt mmm mmmiM^ m itmmwito.& ^kM^M
STYLES IN MEKALB.
PMi!
Bor.iLnlsoonoes of an Old Washington tTndertakor.
i >i*j*p-,     ,
li Yes," said Lemuel Williams, tho veteran
umTcrtflbor of tho West cud, in answer to a
Washington Star reporter's question, "there
liavo heen mnny clinugos in the business
since I have boon in it. I cotninonccd the
business working with an older brother, and
I muy say I learned no trado, for it come to
nio naturally. This was early in tho '20b.
Tlm stylo of coffin then in voguo was the
sharp-pointed top, fitting tho form moro
closely than tho present box-liko casket.
Tho pieces at head and foot woro five-sided.
With the bottom eleven pieces of wood woro
required to construct a coflln. Tho joints on
the sidos were whero tho breast of tho corpso
would come, and at this point was tho joint
in tho top lid. Thon thoro woro no flat-tfip
coffins, excepting thoBo mado for tho paupers, and those wero mado in tho samo
shape at the othors, with the exception of
tho top. Our lumber waa kopt in tho rough
and ouch a thing as a ready-made coffin was
raro, Whon on ordor was received tho
wood was selected and two or threo mon
would go to work, having no respect to
hours, and make the coffin. Wo had no planing or saw-mills thon, nnd all tlio work was
done by hand. Tho hours for labor woro in
summor from sun to sun, and in winter till
nine o'clock at night, but ofton we worked
even later, as necessity required. I am astonished sometimes to think of what I havo
gono through, both in tho shop and in attending funerals. Wo thon did not havo busi-
nofls wagons. Whon a coflln was finished
two of us would tihoulder it and carry it to
tho chamber of death. Thoro wero no patent ice-boxes, and it was seldom that ico
wus used at all. Tho custom was thon, as
it is now to a great oxtont, to allow one full
day to lutorvono between the dato of doath
and the dato of burial, and should the
1 weather bo warm tho corpso would bo al*
'  most certain to become offensive.
"Then tho undertaker always rode on
horseback," he went on, "and, if tho
weather was stormy, ho was expected to
face it. Tho coffins were lined with cotton,
in tho body of it, and at the top was a lining of cambric to fold over tho corpso.
For a walnut coffin, including attendance at
tlio funeral, wo then recoived ©10, and for a
mahogany one, from 525 to $30. Thoro was
then no display or ornamentation made,
■ nud flowers lind not como into vogue. In
placo of handles black rope—black for tho
old nnd white for tho young—wns used, ar-
rumjed in neat coils with the tassels at tho
end in tho center. Tho coffin caso was not
then used, and mother earth camo in closer
contact with the body. An oblong excavation was made for tho grnvo ns at present,
and at the bottom the earth was cut out so
us to closely fit tho coffin, whicli, when
nEJacod 'n tho aperture, was covered by
boards, upon which lho earth was thrown,
I generally by tho pull-hearers. These ropo-
hnndlos wero   fur moro convenient than
bul ■-
Uioh':
the I")
the fu.
loinioi-d i i'OlilOv'ikl Uid rcm-i!
a. Commodoro Decatur rcci
his douUi wound in a duel with Con
Barron In December, 1820.  The fn ul allot
1 llio body on a line with tho heart,
Uio right slue, aud nt tho time i ; his
e it amid not he found.   Wh u wo
.1 the vault we round Unit the lop und
i l!w coffin hud complotoly do       I,
ib-j-ios or the headwpro Ik. . hat
■i vm_ Htte parchment drovfi   >■.".*
nmo,   Colonel   Bomioril  injmiiT-od
it that the ball bad not been i'.i,. id,
onolC tlio workmen on the {grauinta
-.[ lib linycr in tho'hole iu tho breast
irlctllo find it, but failed.   Wo  then
I Urn body gently und laid It in anew
i, llio body boing intact, oxooptiug Ihut
urm was off.  Colonol Bomfofd aoomed
I'oua of Knowing Bomothlug of tho bull,
id wo thou lifted the body for miothor
rat-eh, whon something fell from u bole in
tho bueli, und it proved to ho lho ball."
i.'Si
// Made
Mother Strong
"My mother has heei
Using  TAINK'S  CBtEBl
Compound for nervom
prostration, accompan
led by melancholia,
etc., and it has dom
her a world ot good
131 lie only mcdi-
tliat strength
ens tbo nerves.'
o. U. BEERS,
those used to-dny. It was customary to
curry tho corpso un tho bier to tho foot of
the grave, lustend of placing bars across
the grave, and placing tho ropes by which
the corpse is to bo lowered underneath tho
coffin, tho coflln could bo lowered by the
rope-handles. It was then extremely raro
that a corpso was buried in a full suit of
ordinary clothes. Shrouds wero almost exclusively used, nud, theso woro generally
made by tho family'or friends of the deceased. It wns formerly the custom to have
watchers because of a belief that a corpso
would bo scented-hy cats or rats, and if
they woro not kopt away it would be
mutilated* but this precaution whoro tho
ice-chest is used is no longor necessary.
As I have stated before, the Also. p£ flowers
nt funerals was almost ufiknoW. Fifty1
years ago somo friend would placo on or
nenr lho corpso a small bouquet in wator
and from this tlie custom has grown of surrounding the corpse with floral tributes.
It not infrequently occurs now at funerals
that n carriage in required to convoy the
flowers to tho cemetery."
"Do you think that tho flower business is
sometimes overdone'" asked tho roporter.
"Thoso who contributo them," ssid Mr.
Williams, "do not think so, and perhaps if
they had witnessed somo funerals of forty
or fifty years ago thoy would say that the
sash business was then overdone. Thon tho
minister, pall-bearers, undertaker
drivers all woro sashes ovor shoulders and
on hats. You may judgo of tlio quality,
sometimes used from the fact that at tho
funeral of Commodore Crane in March, 18*10,
tho dry goods merchant's bill for saBhos
was over $100. I suppose lhat even new
fashions nnd customs relating to tho dead
must como, and I havo seen a number of
changes. Tho old-style pointed coffin is seldom seen now, and I may say that it wont
outof stylo in tho fifties. Then tho raised
top gavo way to tlio llat top, and I do not
know but what tho war had much to do with
the chungo, for flat-top coflinB can bo packed
and carried much bettor than tho others.
The caskets, plain and cloth-covorcd, camo
next, and to these havo been added moldings
at top and bottom, aud somo of the latter
stylos aim at artistic effect. As I havo
stated boforo, I believe that tho flat-top
coffins wore first used for tho pauperB.   ,
"Beforo the patent ico boxOB wore in use,"
continued Mr. Williams, "I was called on to
bury a youug man whoso death wob caused
by drowning. It was lu warm wcathor, and
the family desired that tho funeral should
bo put off a few days. Tho bath tub was
used, and ho was laid in it, covered with
ice, and kopt splendidly. Iu fact, ho looked
so much better In death than ho did in life
that hia mother could not bo mode to believo that lifo was extinct, and for this reason tho hour of the funeral sorvlcos was
twico postponed until hor family physician
arrived and mado an examination,
" The moans of informing tho public of a
death in the'20a,' said Mr. Williams, 'differed from tho present itiodo of funeral notices iu tho paper. A man was sont with a
bell to toll or ring. If the deceased was a
grown person a piece of black, or if young
u pieco of whito cambric was tied to tho boll
handle. As tho man passed along tolling
or ringing tho boll persons would como out
and he would announce tho death and timo
of funeral.
" I havo attended somo largo funerals in
my day," continued the veteran. "When
President Harrison died my brothor James
aud I wore sont for and wo buried him.
We laid him out, mado tho coffin, and converted our hearse Into a funeral bar, building ovor tho running gear a platform from
which tho drapery hung hiding tho whools.
On this platform wore threo Btops, above
which was tho resting placo for tho coffin.
This was a job that took us threo days and
night* without intermission. Tho noxt
funeral of a prominent porsoriago at which
I attended was that of Mrs. President Tyler, who died at tho White House, September 18,13-ia Tho funeral took placo from
tho White Houbc. Tho remains woro
placed in a volvot-covorod coflln and taken
to Virginia. I also attended tho funeral of
Secretary Upshur, Commodoro Cannon,
Major Gardner, Govornor Maxey and Mr,
Gilmoro, who, wltli a colored boy, wero
killed by tho explosion of a gun on tho
United Statos stoamor Princeton in tho Potomac on February 38, 1844. Tlio boiMoB
wero brouffht to Alexandria, whoro thoy
woro placed in coffins mudb by Mr. Oroen,
tho old undertaker of that placo, They
woro thon brought to this city, and I
mado load coffins for thom, I placed
tho bodies, whieh wero out and
tilated, ln tho lad coffins and thon
in Mr. Green's coffins, which I thou
covered with black cloth. In preparing
tho bodies, making tho coffins, etc..
worked night and day, placing the loud
coffins containing tho bodies in ihocrtUtr
coffins at daylight. Tho funeral took plnco
iu tho East Room of tho Whito House,
March 1,1844, and it was tholargost event
aeon in Washington up to that timo. On
March 10, im, I burled General Vim Ness,
lho body being deposited In tho mausoleum
on II Btreet, between Ninth and Tenth
Btreets, northwost, now removed. On
March 20, 1840, Commander Crnuo was
hurled by mo, and April 25,1840, Genoral
JoBUp, and on October 15 of that year I attended tho funeral nnd buried Mr. Fox, who
had been tbo British Minister, but upon
resigning hod takon up Ids resldou-io horo.
" Over a quarter of u coutury after tlio
intermout of Commodoro Docnlur in tlio
vault ut Kaloriiuiu, under tho direction of
SITTING FOR PICTURES.
Things Not Generully Known About Arranging tho Dross nml Ilaii'.
"I wonder why I never takon goodplc-
turoi" Is n question frequently nslrcd, and
of ton with good reason, loo. People miUir*
ally attractive aro apt to poso as perfect
frights in a photograph, and thero ia no
reason why oven a plain person Bhould have
thodorccta of tho faco brought too much
Into prominence. Excellence in n pioturo
depends partly on the artist and partly on
iho sittor, und, of courso, tho flrst rule to
bo observed is to visit a good photographer.
A writer in a recent numbor of JSan.n''s
Bazar has given somo vory useful directions to ladies intending to visit the photo-
grapher. Tho firstlhing necessary uccius lo
bo to dccldo what stylo you will hnvo—bind,
three- quarter figure, or full Tengtn. The
first two are tho prevailing modes, tlie Ins!
implying a more elaborate toilet. Nbw secure your Bitting. It i-s always bettor to do
so, thus obviating tho annoyance of waiting.
Boforo leaving the studio, unless lho appointment Is mado by letter, consult tho
photographer as to your dross, otc. Lot
dm know what it is to bo. You may bo undecided which of soveral touse. It then
may bo a choice in color or in cut, etc. Ho
will tell you at onco which is bost. Ho may
request you to try moro than one, and in
tho absenco of such invitation you will bo
expected to pay extra for tho expoi-iment.
While you aro talking to hlm about dress
he is studying your face, expression und
form generally. If he also bo an artist and
experienced ho may seo nt a glance that
your customary way of dressing tho hair is
not becoming, for, strange as it mny seem,
comparatively few women have tho knack
of arranging their hair in tho inodo demanded by their face. While ho knows
that tho portrait must not be ruined by tho
hair being dono up in an unfamiliar way, ho
may yet glvo you a fow Invaluable suggestions. For instance, ho may request you lo
bo moro careful in dressing tho left side
than tho right, thus signifying that the left
sido of tho faco is tho better. Few lmve
both sides alilto. Thero is ofton almost as
much difference as between two persons.
Tho noso ia much or a littlo to ono sido; one
oyo is smaller, because ono lid droops more-,
thero i a u depression over that spot whero
a tooth has been extracted. Tho uneven
shaping of tho lips nlono may decide which
sido of tho face should be prominent. Yon
laugh rather to ono sido—and by lho bye
thero is always something pretty nbout
such a laugh—and you havo developed n
dimple, which sad experience teaches the
photographer will be demanded of him.
But, n3 it happens sometimes, ho may fail
to detect tho slightest difference botween
tho right nnd loft, but ho still requests you
to tako special pains with a certain side of
tho hair, as ho prefers to show that side of
tho faco. This is becauso iu every atelier
tho light la bettor at ouo end of tho room
than at tho other, and ho is accustomed to
plnco his sitters thoro.
Now, and not when you como to sit, is the
tlmoforyou to toll him what you prefer.
You wish a three-quarter fnco, or a front
viow, or n profile; you have studied tho
idiosyncracics of your faco for years and
have so decided. Ho listens respectfully,
but his eye has searched out all the little
secrets of anatomy and fathomed your
hidden reasons for thus and so. You nro
afraid of that cheek bono; you do not flay
so, but ho knows it and is studying how to
retire It and loso it in tho tinting of tho
back-ground. You aro conscious of those
ears; thoy aro largo and stand well out. A
photographer knows how formidable an antagonist is an onr that projects at right
angles from tho head; ho knows that thoro
is usually but ono wny to subdue it, and
smiles inwardly at your omphalic demand
for a full front, wliich means that both earn
shall show equally. When ho says " full
face" ho means a poso that almost or entirely loses ouo ear.
Perhaps you insist that ho do not mako
you a profllo; you ofton rejoice that you
llvo in an ago whon silhouette profiles are
out of fashion, Tho prominenco of your
noso forbids it, or a long chin puts it out
oftho question. A sido faco is just lho
thing for you; tho photographer sees it at
a glance, for, again, strange ns it may appear, tho possibilities for a profllo do not
depend so much upon tho features us upon
tho hair und neck dressing. A slight tip
to the head ono way or tho othor lengthens
or foreshortens tlio features, and tho photographer, in manipulating his light uud
shade, may rofino or render them stronger nt will. Ho will toll you not to arrange the hair till you come to thb studio,
for a very short distanco, especially in
damp or Mustering weathor, will ruin it.
Howill probably request you not to dross
tho nock too high or too tight, or iu
an oxnet circle, with tho foro pnrf of it
lying closo undor tho chin, for, of all things,
tho present high mode of drosstng tho neck
is distressing to an artistic photographer.
It is dono because tho lady haa a short nock
or a long ono, or it is thin, und lho cords
must bo concealed. It is dono, for it is tho
fashion. Tliis Is all a mistake. You nro
surprised when tho photographer snys it,
for thoro is a touchof bitterness in his tone.
Ho illustrates his meaning by winding tho
lapels of his coat tightly around his nook.
" You see, madam, tlio effect on a long faco
like my own. It overhangs nnd becomes almost deformed, whilo a round faco becomes
button-shnpo, nnd none of tho littlo tricks
of hali-drossing or expression can remedy
It. No; it's all a mistake. If your neck ia
short, as you say, do not loso what you
havo, lower tho drapery, do ti littlo judicious borrowing, and, pronto! tho fnco thut
was round becomes oval. In nny cnBC lho
nock must not bo hidden, for alt tho graco
of position In a bust portrait centers thero."
In keeping your appointment bo punctual.
A few minutes too soon is bettor thun ono
minuto too lato. Tho tollot-room is yours,
strictly, until you return from your sittings,
and you aro justified in locking tho door
and retaining tho key. Tako your own
powder with you, but do not uso it; the
photographer can do that mucli better tbau
you can. If ho uses it at all it will bo upon
tho hair alone, which generally takes
several shadoB darker than it Is, particularly with yellowish'or auburn casts. After
ontorlng tho operating room remember that
Bllonco is golden. Itls very rcfrosing ton
photogrnphor to poso a lndy who has taste
enough to bo quiet. Long practice has mndo
him a shrewd judgo of character, and ho
discovers his sitters very quickly.
Pa,
" I nm la my &lth year. Have been afflicted ti
several ways-could not Bleep, bad no appetite
no courage, low Bplrlts. I commenced using
Palne's celery compound, and felt relict Iron
the tiiird day after using It. I now have a good
appetite aud can Bleep well Uy spirits anil
courage aro almost liko those or a young man.'
fi. c. Ki-ixAiD, D. D,, Gonzales- La.
Paine's
Celery Compound
Strengthens and builds up tho old. and cunt
their Infirmities, itiieumatism, indigestion and
iicirvousnesa yield quickly totho curativepowe*
ef Palne's celery compound.
A Perfect Tonto ond Invlgorator, It
GIVE8 NEW LIFE.
"I nm now eo yoars old and havo tried soveral
ch. hut none hnd any effect until I used
Palne's celery Compound. I feel entirely dit
tcient for tlie short time I liavo used It. I can
ivall; nearly straight, sleep sound and well, ant]
teel as though thero was now life and cnerg)
coming' into my whole system."
II. Mtlidb, Cleveland, Tenn.
Value's celery compound ts of nncqunled
valuo io women, it strengthens the nerves
regulates i lie kidneys, and has wonderful powe
in curing tho painful diseases with which wo
mun so often silently Buffer.
li per bottle, six for 85. At Druggists.-
Wells, Hicuaudbon & Co        Mokthial.
W.C. LOYE,
out iti Sho. Maker.
RciinlrlitK Neatly Bone.  Cork Sole
WorknSiict-UKy.
•wen-don* promptly attended to.
Claikson St., inri'innf Colonial Hotel, next to Hand Bros.- offloe.  due iti.'
DRESS MAKING
At MISS JENNINOS',
(Late of England)
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
■Wfintlsfactlon guaranteed.    dwfeTto
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   (STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
-arSatlsfuotlon gunrftnlfl.il.      ilsplUti'
DIAMOND DYES miiimj rnaE^uiThm,
vnitn oabv utlllte rosy, simp and num
IUUII anal   HgirmLAVTATEDrOOD.
1TOTICB.
DURIKO MY ABSENCE FROM THE
cily Mr. Nu'vlon A. Whito will liavo
elliu'lro nt my business, mill lins authority
toonlltBt and tllscluirBO all accounts In
coimccHon thcrcwllli, etc.
H. II. -WEBB.
Now Westminstor, Juno 0,18811.    d)e0in2
HU'tOV-D FROM SA'UI'H TD ViHTOMA]
&END FOR CATALOGUE
W (illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, Sic. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers tliis year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
clmiiSllinll VlOTOBIA, B. 0.
THE WESTMINSTEtt
PoitltryYards
JOHN S. OOX, Prop.
Light Hr-iluui-M,
Partridge Couhhlns,
Plymouth Hooka,
Whito faco Bl'k Spanish
White Crested, Itlack   nml GoMcn
Poland n.
Mouilnns-     SUv-jr-iK-iK-Illed   Ham-
burgs,
Blttcfc, Itt-il nml IHU Games.
To 111 dime Gecsc,      Rouen Duoki.
Rose Hill DairyFarm
FRESH  MILK
Delivered Ilnlly lo Customers in till parts
of the Cily.
Hotels and Restaurants supplied »t Special Rates by the year,
FRESH EGGS
Delivered nt Market Hates.
Orders left ut- M.  Binci.aik's will bo
promptly attended lo.
WEAVER A WOODWARD,
djoiayl Proprietors.
Service Bull.
THE THOROUGH-BBED BTOKE-POOIS
JEBSEY BULL,
"Governor Moody"
Will stand for servico this ficm-on nt Pel-
hum Dairy, New Westminster, whoro tho
oeiiutlful met of this superb animal can bo
seen and Inspected.
A fevv calvos for sale.  Terms reason*
BWC' T. CUNNINGHAM,
HALMI Booth, Proprietor.
Manager. dmy22tc
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANUPACTUKEItS  OP
TIN, G0PPER& SHEET-IRON
•WAKli.
weiistku's mock. (up-staihs),
Fkont Street-      New Westhxnstkii.
ttavina .just opened; in .the
nbovo line, wo respectfully solicit a
share of the trade, nml trust by enrr*"
ireful
attention to orden nnd moderate olmrKps
to merit lho namo. Experienced workmen: millsfiiction guaranteed.
Estimate:-fmnlshed forGulvanJi-.cil Tion
Cornice, Rooflnir, Plumbing' Qiu-nttltiv,
Steam and Hot Water Heating, Ac.
nar Entrance to promises on Mary Ht.,
iu rear of Bank of B. C, dwm tiOto
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Laic Partner of John MeVlelter)
MINING ENGINEER, U.S. A PROVIN-
CIALBUKVEYOK,* ASSAYBB.
Masonic Tempm Block, Vam-ouvbu,
Brit. Col.
■wrRi-tiablo reports, underground ■*ur-
veyfliuid limps of mines executed at low
rates. Assays made on nlliiindnof minerals, gold arid silver bars. Thirty years'
ezperlenoe iu mining in Asia, Europe
and United Htutou of Ameriua.  Hpeaks
ten lanaiinges,
promptly   	
vor, it. U.
AHHiiyu from a distance
promptly attorideil to.    Address Vancou*
ddontc
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
QAWMILIj OWNERS, LOGGERS, aud
p others are notltk-il llnil our steel
Tug-boat
Will bej ready for work about llie Mill Inat.,
nud wo are prepared lo enter Into contracts ior all kinds of towing, lightering, Ao,
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
dmyBto Vancouver, B. C.
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FAOT THAT
Temple of Music!
Is the Placo to Buy I'lnd-CIatiS
AND
At Mu-li Prices and Terms us Mill Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For price:- and turms, apply to CAR*
TER-H TEMPLE OV MUSIC,
Vancouver, It* C*
230 Hustings St. West. daplOlc
mm m\
BRACKMAN &KER,
MANUPACTUItEIlS OP
OATMEAL
ny the Latest Improved Process.
EF ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILLS ut STiHili Simiiii-li.
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE: Victoria.
drah2flra6
W. L. LeonartL=Co.
330-332 CORDOVA STREET,
VANCOVVER.B.C.
lm pollers and Dealera In
MACHINERY
OV ALT. DES0R1T1ONS,
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
ilWl-iWn
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 1858.
M. E, SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Coulrnotora by Appointment  to Her
Majesty's Itoynl Navy, tlie Dominion Government, Ac.
Medal und  Diploma invai'iieil al tho Colonial and Indian Exhibition, I<on-
don, l.'Kil.
FACTORY—Nlftgora Hi., .lumes Hny,
OFl 'IC1W-f.? Foil St., Vlciorla, B.C.
d anKill (I
TO SMOKERS.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
,•.*■!„MAINLAND.
•TThoy aro not only made of tho
Choicest Tobacco but they are of
Home Manufacture, and should be
patronized by nil good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
IIOLBBOOK IIUILDINO-
COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
d\vl7»oly
Canadian Pacific Railway,
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
Q.
NOTICE IS HEREBY CI1VEN THAT
iv duly ctrtlilcd phni, profile and
book of rufureiiuu of Um Mission JJriiindi
of tliis Railway wero deposited in the
Land Registry Offico of the District at
Now West mlnsU-r on llirs 17th day uf June,
18811, H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent,
Vancouver, 11, C,'iTlli June, 1880, djeUiim
VANCOUVER CITY
FoundryiMachineWorks
THE PROPRIETORS OF THESE
works have much pleasure ln notifying their friends and the public that tboy
nro now prepared to receivo and promptly
execute any orders for work lu their line
with which they mny be favored,
A. UcKELVIE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, B.C., 8th Mny, 1888.
dwmylBle	
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wooi, Fir-woofi, Bark,
LBAVK OI'.DEHS AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHAIiF.
 gmygOtg   	
J. W. WINGER
BEAI.EniN
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In .Stock.
Orders loft, at the C. P. N. Whnrf will be
promptly delivered. dmlvMc
WM. H. VIANEN.
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
ttr Hij-licst Prico paid for Furs and
Deer Hides,
Corrospondooco Invited. ft-uTelephono
Cull Nn. 6. tljusio
.WNERS AND MASTERS OF VES-
I sols aud othor Crnft navigating tlie
Eraser Rlvor are cautioned to keep wllliln
This Fine Townsito, at tlio Frosli-Watec
Junction of tho
I A Tull-Tuto Vlsltlng-Llst.
APhilodolpulolaay accidentally loftlior
visitlng-llstlnn dry-goods storo, and uoforo
It was returned to hor somo mtorostlng
matter was culled from it. Thoro woro In it
a hundred or moro numos of tho Quaker
City's bolloB and boaux, accompanied hy
such frco-and-oasy explanatory notes us
"horrid aud vulgar," "docs nothing but
oat," "a regular olrous," "mushroom,
"vory bwcII," "rich, but aisngroonblo,
"pretty, but poor," "conceited," "vory
rococo," "n lino antique," "plebeian," "pretentious nnd pushing," "clovor, but fast,"
"bluo-bloodod paupor," "awfully nucciV'
"adreadful tongue," otc^	
Tlnjy Don't SiWRk.
Out in Nebraska tlioro Ib a curious couplo,
hUBhond nnd wlfo. Thoy mnrrlod twenty
yonrfl ago, and havo novor Bpokon lo onch
othor Blnco. Many attompta hnvo beon
mndo to Induco thom to brook Bllonco, hut
nil to no nvall. This la it snd atory, but It
would bo moro offectlvo ns a mural if tho
husband and wife wore not both dumb.
■ WITH THK-
l'.» Hll,'* Almvo WrslinlH-l.'l',
Hus just been Surveyed, nnd tile LotB
nro for salo by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Or Nkw Wbstminstkb- U. 0«
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—AMO—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRYGOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT THE  LOWEST PRICES.
LUNDBOHM'S BLOCK,
Columbia Bln-cl,        Kew IVf-tmlnMcr.
noldwly	
Tho advantages and proapects of this
Plot for a futuro thriving Town are
mnny.
The Land in the vicinity ia good.
Thero aro incxhaustlhlo IKON ORE
DEPOSITS, of a superior qunlity, immediately niljnccnt, as M'cll nsvnst strata of
thu.in.-fitMJ!M)INO SAND anil POTTERY CLAY.
On Um Townsite arc a nnmhorof vnln-
able MINERAL SP1UNGS.
Communication hy lnnd and wator is
unequalled- hy reason of the locution of
the Townsito on tho Fi-ascr Rivor nnd
the Southern Railway, whilo tlio natural
clovntion nnd lay of tho hind enn not ho
excelled aa a situation for n lino town,
Tho ground in open nnd clear of heavy
timber.
Tho sito haa boon uolcotod as ouo of
tlio most important stntio-ia on tlio
Southern Railway, nnd with tho completion of tho road, in tho nenr future,
must, with nil its other advantages,
spring into prominenco nt onco.
Those who npply early will havo tho
pick ol tho Lota.
A olenr tltlo given with ovory pur*
chase.
ParticB wishing lots can npply na woll,
on tho premises- to
HENRY KELLS,
dniyDto Phopbieiob.
British Columljia's Exhibit
THK   COMMITTER) APPOINTED TO
prepare an ExliltiU from New West*
mliiMti'i for tin-
Toronto Industrial Exhibition
IsiinxioimioRoeuro suoli a enilertion as
will iioju-tli'0 to tlio resource*! of llie city.
Any person III tho eity orelsowhtio who
Ims.orosperiH lo liavo before tlie dutoof
tiio Exhibition nt Toronto, suolt nHtalos as
uro ilcfim-il worthy of IioIuk exhibited,
will iinifiiii favor Iiv comiuuiileiitlntcns
spoil an possible, wlili some momlier of
tlm committee. All articles taken for ex*
hliiltlim will In- I'liclicii aud sent freo of
cliaryotoliio exhibitor. Tin-loon I committee is composed of tho following non*
tloincni—
Fiai! Atfu Gamk-j. A. Laidlaw- Bsq.,
Alcx. Kwi-ii- Km-., ami I'. 0. Birrell, Kkij.
Aaiitf-iTi-TintAi. Ann HonTimn-TuiiAi.
I'lioiu'i-r.-i-TlioH. Cunuliif-lium, Kmi.-W.
Wolfenden. Esq.
MlNKItAI-S AN1» MANlH-'ACTIIHKS-J, C.
Brown. Ksq., H. V. Edmonds, Esq,
PKonurrs of tiih, Koukst-H, Elliott,
Esq., J. B. Kennedy, Esq., 1). MeNalr.Ksq.
JOHN HENPKY, Chairman.
1). ROBSON, Secretary. dwjlydml
North British
*Jj! T *c> -m
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
capital,   -   8MO<M)OO.O0
Subrterlbed Capitol), us nt Hist He.,!*-;-*,
iullm.OOQi Fire Fund and Kes-)rvo,fD,-
212,720.   Net 1'romlumi-, WUH, S'»,iHH,li'».
tho Buoys painted Hed nud Wtilte, respectively, at the Mission Bridge, as dwr*
Ing the construction of tho Bridge, navigation between the luniks of the Itiver
aud tho Buoys ts UnngorouH,owlng lo piles
boing driven there.
H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent,
Vancouver, B. 0„ 7lh May, 18S9. dmyfitc
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
80 days after dalo wc Intend making
application to the Ohlrf Commissioner of
Lands nud Works for ft lease for timber*
Ins purposes of the following described
lamls, situated inSnywnrd District, Vancouver Islam):
Commencing at a stake placet! on tlie
wesl.i-horoof n small laleo duo soutli of
Lot 5i. sny ward District, nbout ono milo
from eolith end of kuM lake; llience west
33) elm In!-, theneo soutli -IDO chains, llience
cast RiO chains, thence north 7:W chains,
thence west. 320 chains, tlieiieo south 210
ohalns, thence east no chnlns, more or
less, to tlm above-mentioned lake, thenco
ineunilei-in-' uIodk slioro of said lake to
plnea of commencement,—containing about RO-000 acres, more or less.
Royal citv planing Mii-i-s Co, Ld.
John IlKNimv, Manager.
Now Westminster, .Juno 10,188V.
d I ijolm	
-THK-
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STBWARTsf CASH, PROPRIETORS
J. J. WIL80N, • MANAGER.
Rates, $1.00 and $1.SO hit Uny.
ACCOItniNO TO ROOM.
SPECIAL RATES BVTHE WEEK OR MONTH.
tt- Parties supplied Willi nil Minis of
1CE-CKEAM. dmy'wll
DOUGLAS STREKT
BAKERY
Foot of Douglas Stueet, Nbau
Cot-uirwA Stkekt.
J. FERGUSON, PBOPRIETOR
rtBFBH   BREAD,   CAKES,  PASTRY,
Jj   Confectionery, etc., eto.
Hotel nnd Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders promptly attended to and
delivered to any part of tlio city.  duih28y
MftttB
B. C. Monumental Works
Cor. Columbia and Church Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or Granite of Bent Quality.
CORNER.     POSTS     AND    CUBBING.
N, B.—Just received—tlio finest assortment of Sriitfli (iranttf "iimnim-nts ever
seen n British Columbia, which will be
sold at prices putting competition outof
Ihe question.
dwmhaiyl ALEX. HAMILTON- Prop.
Boots and Shoos!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LAROEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses fc Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
™p^" REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province. '!
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwto SI  Col-u.ia.-bla Street.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNTBOM'B BUILDINO, FRONT STREKT)
•PHlAT.TVF*   I1T
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stook of
Dry Ooods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, -Glassware, Ac.
9KXIXa"8    -As    BOYS'     BTTITS.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GEAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES. LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
K. B.—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission, unorders
from the Interior promptly attended to. awjefflc
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"C-jir,rui,»wdl-J.ptedto-lilIdr--,th.t I CMtnU mrej 0-l!«, OemtgSShi.
SSK!"*fl2BS**** -*•"■ WSfiSSSft W&*. i
known to me."      H. A. Aacntm, U.D., I      Bertion.
WBfc<WortBi,BwokljfB,M.T.   | WKfcS liforiQai r—-""
Tm Onun Compakt, 77 Hart-ay Stnet, ft. T.
TIME    CARD.
o. s». sr. oo.
Tho Fino First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will I'-nvo tho 0. r. N. Co.'s Whnrf,
ia*v*3**i*-r
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AHD WAY PORTS.
Returning Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When RUfllclout  Inilucoincnt  dIV-m's she
will proceed to iiui'i* nndonsitnh
occasions will leave hor whnrf
at 4 a. m.
Connecting with lhe C.P.N. Co, *h Steamer
for Victoria.
JOHN mviNQ, Manager.
T. h. UTUGGS, Aftont,
Now Westminster. dnpttte
OF  LONDON.
Capital,    -    $0,733,000.00
UATEH   AR    LOW   AH   ANY  OTIIBR
COMPANIKS IlOlNfl   lWHlNKBH
IN BRITIHH COLUMBIA.
j. a*. tjlhv-"\ei3
Agont lor New Woitminster City
ud DUtrlot.
Dominion Lands,
TV YOU ABB PAYING FOIt YOUR
Pro-oinplionor for rent of Mlnltmor
ui'iikIhj: I.inul, or Iniylnir Knnn, Mining
or uny lnnd (mm tlio Dominion Govern*
mtint,
00 NOT PAY CASH
Hut pay in I3C3XZ.XX*  mul fiuvo n
liirgodiHCimiil-.
Scrip can bo obtained In Inrgi- or smnll
qiinni.liion from
ALLOWAY & CHAMPION
BAUKIEB,
WINNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
ou ritou
THK !H*.K OF lllimsil COLUMBIA,
NBW  WBSTMIN9TER
ilwinhfltii	
Time Table!
_r__ft__. THE STEAMER
*aS#«0BE3T DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER evory Monday morning nt 7 o'clock for Nannlmo, vln Vancouver, returning Tuesday*
vln Vnncouvor.
i-ciivch Westminster ovory Wednesday
at.7 a. in. for Nnnnimo direct,eonnoetlng
with Island rnllway nnd Comox stenmer.
Leaven Nniiiiimn for Vnncouver on
Thursdays ami Fridays nnd return)) same
dnys.
I caves Nnnnimo on Snturdny nt 7 a. m.
for Westminster dltoct.
For freight or possogo apply on board,
ortoT. Ii. Unions, O. P. N. wharf,     dtc
BRITISH COLUMBIA
•Land slmikfflni Agnury
( likiihtj I
THOMAS ALLSOP, )
HENRY S. MASON,        _■
CUVI.ERA. HOLLAND, J
niRECTOltS.
HEAD OFFICE I
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, ENG.
The Business of ALLSOP A MASON tins
been luerffed In the shove com-tiuiy nnii
will he carried on hy tho Company trom
this tlnto as a general Land Investment
und Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage al, Low
Rates. Town Lots aud Farming Lands
tor Snle on easy terms.
Vlciorla, B. 0., May 16th, 1837. dwjly5
HABBISOIT aPBINOS
•iterated. TKrater
(Direct from the Springs-,)
ENDORSED BY HIGH MEDICAL AUTHORITIES.
The Only Genuine Aerated Mlnernl
Water on the market.
The above will be delivered ln New
Westminster twice a week. Leave orders
With P. O. MCCARTNEY,
Commission Agent,
Douglas St., New WeatmlnBter.   djly'ilc
NOTICE TO CONTMDTORS
Mainlanfl Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed I Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SIN8LE RI8S
At Special Low Rates.
Ihyiig a&d All Sindi tl Teaming
Done at Shortest Notico.
Dry Cordwood delivered to any part of
tho City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
nttentlon.
eirs'iibles nearly opposite C. P. R. Depot, Columbia St, NewWestminster.
djalitc      QILLEY BROS, ft-ore.
6 BALED TENDERS WILL RE RE*
j eelved by the Trustees of tho Royal
olumblnn Hospital Company uplonoon
of SATURDAY, Xflli Jnly, for the erection nnd completion of a Hospital on Lot
4, Block 2, Suburbs of New Westminster.
Each tender must be accompanied by
an accepted bank cheque for a sum equal
to flvo per cent, of lhe amount of the lender, made payable to the undersigned. In
the event of a contract being let the
cheque will be retained as part security
for the due performance of the work.
The cheque will be returned to unsuccessful competitors, but will bo forfeited
by any bidder who may decline to execute a contract if ealled upon to do so.
Plans and specifications can bo Been
and forms for tender obtained at the offlco
of Clow A Maclure, architects, NewWestminster.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted. W. H. KEARV,
Hon. Secretary.
Royal Columbian Hospital,
New West., 27th J unc, 1880.     dje27td
Feed,LiveryiSaleBEGt}S ftHEARD'S
I'STAIIUSUBl) 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Nenrl) li->p.o»ltr, the Colonial Hotol,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THK LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment ol ill dotorlptionl ol
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam*
'ilea, Rcntaurantn. and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICKS.
VIOTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOR SALEi
China Rice-
Japan Rice-
Rice Flour-
Chit Rice,
FOH POULTRY, *c.
Rice Meal,
FOR OATTLE FEED.
ditilitSltiG
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
PEOPRIBTOE.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
for Hire. Hacks cnll at all Steamers
and Trains. Special attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may bo left at the Offlco of Mathers A Mllllgnn-Commission Merchants,
Front Street, New West. dsc21to
MERCHANT TAILORS,
WWII TO INFORM THE PEOPLE of
Now Wostminstor that they have
re-opened tho store lntoly occupied by
Messrs. Woods, Turner A Gamble, and
nre now prepared to execute nil ordors for
TAILOBINQ
A fine line af Cloths Jnst received,
consisting et all the Latest Design* from Enropcan Markets
MR..T. A. MnDOUUALL will attend to
tlio cutting--nnd is ft prncllcal mechanic
of twelve yenrs' cxperlimco In Ihe United
Status; alBo two years ns foreman for
Messrs, Gregg & Sou, of Victorin.
Satisfaction gunrantood.
COUMIIA 8TIEET, 0W08ITE BANK OP MMTMU
NEW WESTMINSTER
dJclHmll       ,
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE   BARGAINS
 IN	
Suits tt Pants
TAILORING iSTAIUINMENT.
Weare selling the bost of
English, Scotch & French Goods
At prices away down Cheaper than
Ever.
Cnll and examine a-hd we are satisfied
that you will buy before you leave tho
store.  All work guaranteed.
Also—Agents for a now invention for
Dress-cutting that oan be used by a man
or woman and give a perfect (It.
dmhlyl SB eoltmbla Stmt.
To San Francisco, Cal,
BY WAY OF THK
1
XnXXtXi.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QUIOKERIN TIME THAN ANYOTHKIl
BOOTS BETWEEN
Swfwtaiito I to hum
GRAND SKNIO MUtt OF TW PACIFIO OMIT
PULLMAN   BUFFET 8UIPIRS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Ao-ommod.Uon ol Second-Cl.*" Pu*
nngiin, >ttwhed to Etpnn Trulm.
Fnm Irom Portland to. *to-")liimto M*
San FranolKH--nnllml---l. Wl Flnt*
olais (Limited), NO; SMond-olM. (Ll*
THndwc/fc' TICKETS lo all point. Sootli
ond East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES!
City Omen, No. IM Oor. Flnt A AldM
B. KOEHLEB,
Manater.
.•jrtland O^n. DAIIY BRITISH COLUMBIAN, JSm WESTMINSTER, B. a, JULY 12, 1880.
VOLUME YU.-NO. 10.
ginlg fntbii Columbian
Friday Evt-ulnj*, July 12. I88f).
AOVERItSINO DATES FOR THE DAILY.
Translenl AilvrrflHcmenlSf-PIrsMiiRer-
tloii, itU'ts, jmr lino scilld itiiupiirell; entiti
Sliliseijiicul ■■oiiM'(:iillvelu:-erti(m,-lctH. per
line. AdvertlsemonU* not Inserted every
■lay—llraf Insortlon, 10cts. per line; subse-
qiumt Insertions, Sets, per llne.
'.:n-t<"ini* Aili'itrti'semenii.—Professional nr HusiucsH Curds—tfJ pur month. Spc-
Otnt rales for gcuerul trade ndverttsliig,
in'cni'ding to space occupied and duration
of tjiuitnict.
Iut'ilun Sales- when displayed, cbarged
'25 per cent, less tban transient, ndvts, If
sol iii, rimi-i*i*d ut reeular transient rates.
fliM-el'il V.lirci- union-; rending mjitl'-r,
20 cts. per lino ench Insertion. HpeolalB
Inserted by ttie month at reduced rates.
I'iriliN.Miirrln-'emnid Deaths, (M for each
hisertlon; Funeral Notices in couneotlon
wl Mi tlenliis, 511 cts. ench lusertion.
WEEKLY ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient Ailvertlsementi.—Elrstinaor*
lion, Uli-l.-i. ]i--r line w.liit ninipiirell; sub*
aei'iii-ul Iniei'tlims, 7 cts. per lino.
Nl mul lm* Ailvcrllsrinr.ntH.-~ Professinn-
al or Business Curds-Jl.50 per month.
Special rates for general trade advertlsing.
Special Notices, Blrtlis, Marriages and
Deaths, same rales as Dully,
I'll In mind be ii 11 metal, uud for lurgeculs
an extra rate will be clunked.
svrcrsuiis sending lu advertisements
should be careful to stnle whether-tboy
aro to appear lu ttie Dally Edition, or the
Weekly, or both. A lli.eriil reduction Ik
mndo when inserted ln both, No advertisement Inserted for less than SI.
SUBSCRIBERS
Whodonotrccoi-'i- their paper regularly,
from the Carriers or  thrmidh   the Po.it
Otllce, will con fern fnvnr by rt-porllns Hm
same to tlio olllco of publ lontlon ut once.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Lost Tliis Offico
Street Tenders J. CJ. Gaques
A. O. IF. W.
At a mooting uf Beavov Ludge, Ko.
30, A. (.). IJ. W., hold lOlli July, tlio
follmyi'ig t>l1]t!Ui'a were oloolod and in-
stnlhil liy i). D. .0. M. Hoy, assisted
liy Hop Gi'aiitl Guido -Jackson: Uro.
W. II. Ktinry, umstoi'; CJ. Muckmizio,
foreman; E. Burns, ovorsaerj A.
Smilher, recorder; D. MePhudcti,
financier; T. .1. Trapp, receiver; K
Stiralty, I. W., A. H. MoBrldo, 0. AV.
l.\ci:ilslti) Spars.
We
Night boll altandance,—t>. S. Curtis & Co. •     w* '
Tho railway magnates left  for  tlio
south this momint;.
AU the fashionable iced beverages, at
tho "Hub," next the --Queen's."   *
To-day is the 12th of July, tho anniversary uf the Battle of the Boyne.
The cricket team leaves for Hastings
to-morrow morning by tho 7.40 train.
Alderman Jaques is calling for ten*
dera for the improvement of Park
Lane.
Received to-day per express u lino
Hue of Smoking Jackets nt Ogle,
Campbell & Co's. *
Walker vt Co. have Sapperton Lots
near New Hospital and Ross-Mac-
larcn Mills at old prices. *
The str. Gladys left  for  Chilliwack
. and intermediate poit-i  this  morning
with n large freight and 25 passengers.
See our cheap lino of Ladies' 4 buttoned Kid CiIove3, black and colored-
only 50 cts. per pair, tor cash—at Jas.
• Ellard <fc Co's. *tc
A proposition is ou fooc at Winnipeg to have tho portrait of Hon. John
Norquay painted and hung iu the
chamber of the legislature.
Immediate steps aro to bo taken to
arrange for tlie lacrosso tournament
whicli it is intended will take placo
during exhibition week.
Tho str. Irving arrived down from
Hopo this afternoon, bringing 150
head ut magnihcctit Semilkamcon cattle consigned to Cawston & Ellis,
Sulphate of iron, sulphate of copper,
crude carbolic acid, condesB fluid,
chloride of lime, for durinefeoting purposes. Maoplierson & Thumpsoti-
tlniggists. tc*
Stuon, tho young man who attempt
od suicide at Yoncouver on Monday,
is greatly improved and wna able to bu
out to-day. His recovery is now considered cortain.
The supremo court opened yoster-
ihy morning nt Calgary at 10 o'clock,
when the selection of six jurymen to
ait on tho celebrated Fisk murder caso
wns proceeded with.
Tho suckeye Hiiliwm run last night
was almost a completo failure, the
averago to tin: bunt about 12 lish,
Spring Balmon showed a conaiderablo
ihoreatfo, but only a few spring nets
were in uso.
The steamer Elfen Anderson arrived
in port yesterday nud cleared for So-
attlo this mowing with a number of
passengers. It is reported sho will
ruu regularly on the Seattle-Westminster i-iju-e
Tho Indians havo all been ordered
by Mr. McTiernnn, tho Indian agent,
to leave tho city aud camp on tho opposito side of tho rivor. To-day thoy
were very busy moving thoir iUahs to
thu nther side,
Tho Skagit News says, an eighteen
font vein hns boon s:ruck in tlio Crystal c'lul mines-—fifteen feet of solid
coal, one foot of shale and another
vein of coal two feot in thickness.
Thin rich strike insures the immediate
construction of tho Fan-haven railroad.
Tho Victoria lacrosse club will visit
Westminster on August 3rd and cross
sticks with the home team. Steady
practice will be required up to that
dato in order to givo tho visitors n
warm reception, fjr Victorin has, undoubtedly, the best team in tho province.
The latest number of the Dominion
Illustrated to hand, July tith, contains
a picture, frum a photograph by Not*
min, of n Frattor river stoamor—tho
William Irving by its appearance—in
its native element, near Wesl minster.
We may expect to see tlio royal city's
charms pictured forth in this valuable
magazine ahortly.
Tho -numbers of thn Loyal Orange
As*oci<itioii, about 60 in number, left;
by the str. Rainbow this morning for
Viotoria, where tho day will bo celebrated in grand stylo, Boforo going
aboard tho tteatner Inst night tho
brothri'ii paraded tho b'.roots in full regalia, head eel by tflcir fife and drum
band. Tho excursion ia expected to
roturn about (i o'clock to morrow
morning.
Tho Times snys: The schooner C.
H. Tupper, commanded by Capt. Kelly hus Bailed for lho Sandwich islands.
The vessel ri*ob direct and will return
here inside of threo mouths For ear-
go sho lias on hoard about 4-1 statute
miles of cnblo, which is to bo laid between two islands of tho Hawaiian
group. Also a complete outfit . of
swivels, sii*n boards, eto. Mr. Bartholomew, wife and family, and Mr?.
Bartholomew's sitter are passengers,
Mr. Bartholomew goes down in the interests of the cabin company,
Thoy havo a hearty soulful way of
doing things over in Nanaimo  thnt
commands   udmir-ition.      Snya   the
Courier:   Tho Sullivan Kilrain  light
led to many hunt-id nlterc.itions on tho
streot. but thn two men who argued on
the respective merits of tfio lato Tom
Bayers and John L. Sullivan wero ovi-
dently in earnest, us they   fousht  on
tho aubject.   Tho believer in  Sayors,
being the bigger mnn, knookod his opponent down and thon sat on his hoad
and despite receiving  n liito  in   the
fleshy portion of his nnatomy compelled Ilia adrorsary in turn both to liter
ally bite the dust and also to acknowledge that Bayers was boss.
ChiTdren Cryfor ©tcher'tCnstorfa J5S
Tlie bark Thus, S. Stowo is nt pro-
sent lying in the Royal roads ready to
depart fur Deptford, England. The
vesBcl carries as cargo 260 spurs for
the ii-ii-i'f the imperii).] government.
Tbe s--nn nio each 100 foot long and 2
feet sqiuii'i.', and woro cut by tho
Mnn.lyville sawmill, Thoy are pro*
noii'iced exquisite -specimens of pine
timber, cloarfaod straight na an arrow.
Thoy were loaded into the vessel by a
pile driver arid donkey engine. Tho
vessel is lightly loaded, however, only
drawing li feet, two foot from the
wnter line.
The i:\blbltlim I'lind.
For the information of subscribers
to tho exhibition fund who mny not
have li'ficei! the item in thin papor on
tho subject llio other dny, wo would
repi-nt tha!t it is now in order to pay
subscriptions into the bank of Montreal here, tho mnnngorof which has
kindly-consented tb act ns treasurer
for the fund. Some of the subscriptions huvo already been paid in, nnd
wo shall bo pleased to acknowledge
tho whole batch at nu early date, ns
tho amount, to bo available for promoting tho aucubBB of tho exhibition,
should bo in a position to ba absolutely counted upon without  further de-
lay-        ;	
.1 Vuucourcv Eni-Kiile.
Vancouver surged with emotion
last night For an hour or two, and fur
the greater part of that time tlie emotions were ch idly cimtinechvithin closed
doors and drawn blinds. Tho reason
for this unusual atite of affairs was the
presence of Alderman McConnell on
one of tlie principals streets, considerably ihe worse of liquor, and armed
With a Winchester repeating rifle
with which he kept up a lively fust-
lade fora tunc. Several bullets passed in ch so proximity to Chief of Police Stewart, who. howovor, escaped
unhurt. Luckily tiio alderman wns
captured and disarmed beforo any
harm was done. Tho case is being
heard before tho Vancouver polico
riisgistrato this aftcrftoon.
.1 Small Rinse.
A few minutes before ten o'clock
this morning Mr. W. Dickinson discovered that the roof of tho Holbrook
House was on firo. An alarm was
immediately given. Willing lunula
weru many, nnd they did nut wait fnr
the flro brigade, but aet to work with
a will. Mr. Rankin mounted the roof
and in a couple of minutes pails of
water wore being rapidly passed up,
and with a dozen of these tho lire was
easily extinguished. Tho firo brigade
was un tho scene within a very few
minutes nfter the alarm wits given,
though, fortunately, ita assistance was
not required. The fire which originnt-
ed from n spark that fell from tho
chimney to tho roof, might havo proved very destructive had it not been so
quickly discovered. Tho damage done
waa very slight.
i'.si.-rwi wuii QiivHilims,
unko tho following extracts
from :i lutfcer received yestorday from
Mr, Jno. Sirr, of the Norlh Arm,
dated lit Walkei'toii, Out.: "Ihave armed hero in less thnu seven days and
am more thnn pleased with tho trip,
especially that part of it from Port
Arthur to Owen Sound on (lie C.P.R.
lino of boats, which was really splendid; but it is useless for me to commerce describing the many attractions
by this route; I would adviao any of
your renders who nre seeking pleasure
and comfort not to fail to try it.
Since my arrival hero I havo been
kept quite busy answering questions
nbout tho Pacific 'province, imd am
about, tired telling tho samo thing over
so often, and I now long to hear the
news from thore through your valuable paper, which yon will kindly mail
to my address horo until further
notice."
Tlie By-law Test Vane.
The case of J. Beutor- charged with
sulliii'- liquor without a liconsu, was
hoard before Capt. Pittendrigh to-day.
Chief Pearce gave evidence us to lho
sah on being open oiiSuiulny, 7th inst.,
and to iho purchase of u llaak of
whisky from Renter. Mr. Win. Tiet-
jen gave evidonco to lho effect that lie
Imd beon in tho city clerk's oflice when
Bonier tendered tho amount of tho
ltcoDAU foe, which was refused him.
Mr. McColl, for defendant, explained
that the intention was to make tliis a
test ens-) to prove the validity of tho
liquor Ilcenso by-law; Renter had kept
his plaeo open on legal advice, for tho
purpose of bringing about n tent enso,
and bo would thoreforo ask that tho
linn Imposed be only nominal. A fine
of $'20 and cotta was imposed by tho
riingislnite. Mr. McColl gave notion
of apnoal, and deposited with the court
a suHlolent sum to cover costs. Tho
nppeal will be heard beforo Mr. Justice McCreight some timo  noxt week.
The Vancouver NtrlkeSi-IUeiiicnf.
According to tho World, the carpenters' strike at Vancouver was settled
by cuni'casions being mado on both
sides. Tlio decision arrived at was
that tho nino hour system should bu
nt oiioo instituted. The mon nro to bo
hired by tho hour nt tho rato of wages
according to thoir capabilities, the employer reserving the privilege (if din-
charging the mun at any time. The factory hands aro to consider tun lioura
as con£ tit u ting a day's wot It, but
will havo tho privilege of knocking off
work at II nu Saturday afternoons,
According to the arrangements arrived
at, if a carpenter is only worth 82.BO a
day of nino hours work, that is ult ho
will get. The "noises' aro at liberty
to mnko bargains with their men uh to
tlio rate of wages or overtime just as
heretofore. The main result of tho
strike fur ordinary carpenters is tlmt
nino hours ia u recognized day's work
inolond of ton. The arrangement is
looked upon ns satisfactory nil round.
Walter Lawaon, a workman inPrico's
brickyard, Toronto, wns sunstrttck on
Tuesday aftornoon and succumbed to
ihu effects. Other less novoro cases of
sunstrokes from the sevoro heat are re*
FROM VICTORIA.
The Slcamcr h-ii'iiti-ii i-i iii Km-ul until,
Tlie Oli'Imilli-ii of llio  I'llMf'-   dl' 'lie
Boyue,
Special tolhefolnmblnn.
Viotoiua July 12.— The ateumor
Walla Walla arrived from San Finn*
ciseo this morning and left al 2 ).. in.
for the sound,
The steamer Karluck, wliich wns
stranded ou thu sand lioail-*, is in Ei-
quimalt dry dock
The Orangemen celebrated ihe nil*
uivorsury of tho battle of tho Buyiio
by quite an imposing parado, Tho
procession waa long, and wus headed
by a brats band phyiiig the "Boyno
Water." The Orangemen wom regalias', carried banners, etc. They marched to Beacon Hill, whero a picnic anil
sports were tnditlguil iu fur tin1 balance
of lho day. Thoro will be a danco tonight.
A Cool I'ruceedlug.
It is rather amusing for Woslniiu-
stcriteo to stand aside and watch tho
Victoria and Vancouver hoao reel
teams prepare for a series uf races
which they sag which of tho .two teams
will bo entitled to claim the proud distinction of "champions of tlio province." From the nniinoso character
of their arrangements ono would think
they wero going to settle tho championship with Railing guns, iustond of
pure cold wnter. But it seems thnt
our neighbors havo been reckoning
without their hosts, and that before
tho championship is settled the winning team in the coming contests will
have another, nnd, quito possibly, a
harder nut to crack, Westminster hns
a hose reel team second to none in tho
province, and with n record yet to bo
beaten by oithcr Victoria or Vancouver, and yot these latter teams cooly
propose to settle tho championship botween themselves, leaving the Hoynl
City men entirely out of the question.
Tho contests as agreed upou between
tho Victorias nnd Vnncouvers mny settle which of tlio two is tho better team,
bnt the winner will hnve to defeat
Westminster in similar races, under
conditions to be ngrecd on, before it
will bo entitled to the championship of
tho province. As soon as the coming
races hnve been run Westminster will
be prepared to back itself for any
reasonable amount and ruu the winners for the much coveted championship. But Westminster makes thu
stipulation now tlmt it will not run
the Vnncouvor team in Vancouver.
Tho contests must be decided ou neutral ground.
A Tenclier Itelli-ed.
Mr, John Muudell. well-known ns a
toacher throughout the province, nnd
and who, for (he last three jears has
been over the Comox central school,
hus resigned and retired from hia profession. Mr. Mundell began to toach
inOntuio in 1801, and with very
slight iti tor mission has kept it up till
the present time, having taught longer
in British Columbia than any other
tenclier. Of Mr. Mundell's abilities us
a teacher, of his steadfast, painstaking
industry, larger communities than this
are witnesses; ao wo need only any that
it wns with groat regret, that thu trustees parted from him. It is, howover, a
cause of Britisfactlon to them and to
tho people of Comox to know, that although they Iobo hia publio services,
yet hia u-eful and respected life will
Btill be spent among thom.—Courier,
Salmon Notes.
Oariners claim thnt the Columbia
river salmon pack of 188!) will be a
short one, and overy indication points
that way. Even a "July run" wouldn't
bring the pack up now to anything
liko tho figures of former years.— As-
torian.
Mr. David Foe returned from Naas
river yesterday whoro ho has been
eroctiua a new cannery. Tho cannery
Is 104x70 feet, with nn addition 30x30,
and a canning capacity of about 400
enses por day. The name of tho compnny owning it is tho Cascade Packing
Company. They opened out on tho
4th with good prospects, tho lish running well and the weather fine.
Mr. ,1. Englehardt, agent for the
British American Packing Co., haa recoived word from Mr. Gus Holmes,
manager of the company's cannery on
the Skeena, that tho pack of canned
salmon up to tho 5th inst. was over
fiOOO cases from his cannery alone,
which wne tho largest .of any cannery
in tho province. Mr. Holmes expected
a month's good fishing yot and was
prepared to put up 70,000 casoa.—
Times.
Tho Johnson-Locke salmon circular
of latest dato says: The pack in tho
United States is running enormously
behind expectations. Tho Sacramento
rivor shows n shortage of about 25 por
cent, ns compared with hist year. Rogue rivor ia 50 per cent, behind, and
Up to July lat the Columbia river wns
about 42,000 c.i3oa abort, and sinco
July 1st tho shortage has boon inoroau*
ing. Toward tho last of this month
wo will bo in receipt of further nd-
vjoes from Alaska, and, if similar advices reach us in regard to the July
packing, it is within bounds of strong
probability that Balmon will ndvanco
SI n case.
PERSONAL.
Arthur Mooro, Sr., of Park Hill,
Ont., ia iu tbe city, and tho guost of
B. Douglas.
G. Lyal nnd wifo arrived homo from
Hope thin aftornoon, having enjoyed
a pleasant visit iu that pretty little
town.
A. Mooro, Jr., of tho well known
milling firm of McLaughlin & Moore,
Toronto, is tlm guest of B, Douglas.
Mr. Moore is making a pleasure trip
over the continent and will travel
homewards by the way of tho Sound
nnd Sun Francisco,
Wesley Bullon, manager of Albion
Iron Works, Victorin, is in the oity.
Mr. Bullon is an old resident of Westminster, but tho changes and improvements for tho hotter havo been so great
since his last visit tlmt the Royal City
is almost 'beyond his recognition.
CHILDREN ENJOY
Thu pleasant flavor, gontlo action aud
soothing effects of Syrup of Figs, whon
In need of a laxative und if the father or
mothor bo costive or bilious the most
gratifying roi-ults follow its use, so that
it ia the beat family remedy known and
overy family should liavo a bottle.
Fred Higgs, a young Englishman
employed by tlio Cornwall Manufacturing Co., Chester.ille, Out., fell into
a basket, machine known aa an extractor and was horibly mutilated by a
riveting knife.   He died an hour after,
THE INTERSTATE COMMIBSIOS.
Detroit, July 11. —Senators His*
cock, Oullom, Reagan and Harris, of
tlio Senate's Interstate Commerce Investigating Commission, began taking
testimony at the Russell Iioubb here
to-day, riilativQ to ihe question of thu
undue advantage which Cunndinn
roads aro claimed to havo over American trunk lines in through buaitieas.
A. O. Raymond, representing tho Do-
troit board of trade, mndo an argument to tho effect that the conditions
were now satisfactory to shippers, that
the eompotiton of Canadian roads was
a healthy one, nuA that tho Vanderbllt iuttH'est wuh aiming to have it removed. Senator's Hiscock's cross-examination developed that Raymond
had only his own opinion mid ho evidence to support his charges, The
commission will sit; hero threo days,
Rr. Child's Pile Ointment instantly relieves unil permanently cures Tiles, Pruritus mid all hot nud itching aorea mid
eruptions. N. W. agents, 1), S. Curtis
k Co. dmy28yl
Willie Bryant, nged 12, was drowned in tho Red river, at Winnipeg, on
Tuesday while bathing.
IS,
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
€* Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fund.
Lor the purpose of raising a fund to
contribute towards the patriotic and
worthy object of making tho next annual provincial fair, to be hold iu this
city, a grand and unprecedented success,
tho undersigned agree to contribute the
sums opposito their respective names (to
be paid Into the association or to trustees
competent to receive the aaine, on or before 0 montha from the dato of the last
provincial exhibition, and to be applied
to preparing exhibition grounds and
buildings in the city, for increasing tho
amount ofleied In prizes, and for furthering the exhibition in other ways):
Sharpe A Palhe, Lulu Islnnd    10 00
Ii 1' Eckstein    10 00
It W Armstrong.    10 00
F K Olover    10 00
Walker & Shadwell    10 00
Claud Hamber    10 00
Peter Grunt    10 00
George Turner    10 00
A J  Hill    lOlJO
Cant A   (ir-int    IU 00
JH  Macdouell    10 00
W O I-oyo   looo
p ntioii-'itii  moo
F G Btrlclilnud    25 00
300
:»oo
10 00
10 00
■2V2 W
10 00
25 00
T Cnnnlngliara	
Henderson Bros, Ohllllwlinok.
A B Wintemute	
Por Ex-Mayor Dickinson	
Annie SI Jiit-iies	
Stewart a- Cash	
Jas Cunningham  r-o oo
(''runts'-  Ilm-strom  31 (K>
,i w*Ki'x>initti  -noo
Hev J II Willie  1000
n Dom-in*.  m. HO
KKHcmilliu-Al-n  AS UO
A DesllrlNiiy  If. 00
W (• Coalli.uil  25 00
T M Cunningham  25 00
A E Hand  2-', 00
Ackoriiiiiii Brou  10 00
Reid A Currlo  25 00
H T Reml A Co  SO 00
W II Thlbnuiieau  15 00
Grant A Mocture  10 00
Young A Terhune  10 00
Terhunu A Co „  10 00
Ogle, Campbell A Uo  20 00
siu.iiriiraoivs sum.
Tub Columbian 8100 00
WJ Armstrong  :«00
G 1) Brymner  20 00
Next!
•vThen Baby wee sick, we fare ber Cantoris,
Wlien the wm a Child, the cried tot Castoria,
When the became Miss, alio olnp- to Castoria,
When oh* bad Childnn, she gave them Cutorls
BAPTIST CHUHUMi Agues Street,
East of Mary Street. Lord's Dny
BervIceHiitlla.in. and 7 p.m. Sabuath
School aiidBlble Class nl. 2:1)0 p. m. All
aenls free- strangers cordially welcomed,
—ltev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
Methodist c il true ii , Mary
Street. Kev. 3. IS. Willie, Pastor,
decs at 11 ii. m. miu 7 p. m. Sunday
School and Biiile Class 2l30n.m, Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at f,80p.m, Seats
free; strangers cordially invited.
§T. PAUL'S CHURCH, John Street,
l Opposito Orange Hall. Hev. Thomas
addon, Pastor. Services every Sunday
at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m, Thursday evenings
at7:30 o'clock. Boots tree) all nro cordially invited. Sunday School at 2:30 p. ta.
/-UIURCH   OF   ENGLAND.-nOLY
\j THTNITY CHimciI; Hivlnr, Tho
Von. Archdeacon Woods. B. MARY'S
CHUHi'li: Heclor.Tiie l'.stiop. Services
In both churches ever! thm. All peats
free. Both churches opon nil day for private in*ayei\	
PHESBYTKKIAN CHURCH (ST.
ANDREW'S!, corner Carnarvon nnd
Blackwood sts. Rev. Thos, Booulor, pastor. Services at 11 o, in. and 7 b, m.j Sunday-school and Bible-class nt 2.110 p. in.;
Prayer-meeting on Thursday evenings at
7.;i0.   Seats free; strangers welcome.
CALEDONIA A ST. ANDREW'S
SOCIBTY.-'J'be regular meetings of
tills Association ato hold on tlie las| Toes-'
day of each month, at 8 o'clock p.m. All
Scotchmen arc Invited to intend. -John
Buie, Sec.
AO. F.-COUHT  LOUD DUFFERIN
,   No. 6804.   Tlio regulnr meetings of
the n iovo (,'oni; .mi- held nl thoFoieste s'
Hal!,on mo flrst ana tlii d Wednesday in
ench moniii- ats p. m.—Jno. McMuni'iiv,
Senr., P. C. .i.
WC. T. U.-REaULAR JI1GKTINC
, ovory Wed ni- (.'a*' nftorroon nt Ii
o'clock at tho W.CT. C.Headquarters,
Douglas Ht.   Loyal  i.cL'i<ni In thu -.nine
Since every Fiidav n'lemono.—MitM. J AS,
UNNINOIIAM, Pieiddcnl;   Miss DUBKOK
Secretary,        	
■ UNIOA' MIIM-tt Nn. tt, A. V.
_#»« A A. Hi—The restildr meet*
/V»#\ •••Ss 0l' •*•••* l-oi-'S.o no held Iii
/ V\ the Miisoiiie'J'L'in-i'oon tile flrst
Wodnesd.ty in each month, ii^7:"3 o'clock
p.m. Sojourning brethren a:e cordially
Invited to attend.--W. C. Coatham, Sop.
BOARD OF TRADE. Bonrd Room,
Oddfello.vs Brick Block, up*ataira
Counoil meets o i tho flrst and third Wednesday i*i oach month,at 4p.m. Quarterly
meetings ou die 2md or Feb., May,, Aug.,
and Nov., at 7:a) p. m. New members
mny bo proposed and electe*1 at any (j-nni-
terlv meeting.—D. Rohson, See.
Notice to Builders
TENDERS WILL HI" HECKIVEH HP
to 12 o'clock noon of THURSDAY,
IKIIiJuly. nt liowenlierg, Harris A Co.'s
oillee, ('olotiinl Block, Columbia street,
New Westminster, where plans nnd specifications may be soon, for the construction, oreotlon and completion of the
BRICK BUILDING at the south-east corner of Columbia nnd McKenzie stroot extension. The lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted, djlyiotd
To Stone Masons
mHNDERS FOR THE ERECTION OF
1 a STONE FONDATION for a Building to bo erected on Lot 4, Block VI, corner of Columbia atreet and Lytton square,
uro luvltod and will bo received by the
undersigned up to noon of WEDNESDAY,
ITIli Inst. Plana and specifications to bo
seen at Room "I," Bank of B. C, Building,
up-stalro. The lowest or any tender not
„o«,a-llyu-c-pt«JX5iEsKENNEm,
Now Vest., July 10,1881). dJIylllM
L C llaunttl Works
Cor. Columbia ahd Churoh Sis.
New Westminster, Brit, Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or Granite of Beat Quality,
CORNER    POSTS    AND   CURBING.
N, B.—Just reoolved—tho flnoat ascort**
mont of Ht-ofch Grnnlle MonumeaiH ever
seen n British Columbia, which will be
sold at prices putting competition outof
Uai°y?'       ALEX.HAMILTOfrl.ROP.
EH
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containing pahors valuable only toownei-
Tho Under will confer n favor by leaving
samo at tills oflloe, djlyiat'l
Tenders for Street fork.
rpENDERS WILL BB RECEIVED UP
J/ to 4 p. in. on WEDNESDAY, .Inly
nib, IBKB, for tho
CLEARING & GRADING OF PARK LANE.
Seal and mark tenders, "Tender for
Park Lane," and address to the Chairman of tho Hoard of Works, City Hail,
Now Wostminstor.
No tender will bo entertained unless
accompanied by a deposit eijiuil to "-jut
cent, of nmount of tender, which do-
posit shnll bo forfeited If person
tendering declines or falls to enter Into a contract for the work
when callod upon lo do ao. In tlie event
oin lender not being accepted, tha deposit
will boroturned.
Plans and Hpoulfioalloiifl may he. Heen lu
tho Cily Eugincei'M Oilice, City Hall.
Tho lowest or nny tender not necessarily accepted.
.7. a. JAQUES,
Chairman of Board of works.
City Hall,
New Westminster, July 12,1SS0,    d!2td
Tenders for Loan.
(TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED UP
A   MONDAY, IRIIi-layurJtily, 1HSI), nt
■1 o'olock p. m., for lending lo lho Corporation of the Municipality of Chilliwhack
tho sum of $1,000.00, secured on dobontures
undor tho Municipality Loan By-law of
1S8D. Theso debenturea aro for $200.00 each
and carry seven per cent, per annum interest. Tenders mny bo for any portion of
the lonn.
Tho highest or any tender not necessarily nccepted.
Tenders to be addressed to the Clork of
tho Municipal Council of Chilllwhack.
Dated this 27th dayof June, A. D. 1880.
H. CAWLEY,
dwJo28Ld Reeve.
£^!Ffls
A Pleasing' Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Followa thoiisooi! Syrup of Iflgs, (ia .:
acts gently on tlio
Kidneys, Liver W Bowels
Effectually Cleansing the System *wh*!ii
Costivo or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and poi'inp.nonfl}r curing
HABITUAL COKSTIPATIOIT
without weakening or irritating tho organs on which it acts,
Jf or Bale in 7Go bottle a by ull LnA din-*:
Druggists.
tiAKOTAoruitsu etsut IV Till:
OAUJOENIAnSSYEOTOO
Si.it Piiahwscc. Oat,.
"■""invitMt. Ky. Sll" tans. V '
ff.JMfflM.
BANK BUILDINGS.
Mary Sheet, New Westminstor, B.C.
ITKnioi'iuiKK No. 55.]
14 lit ARE ROAD, HALIFAX, EN 1AM.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS. REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
Lmitl-m mul LrtmiAiiMre l'lrc »uil
r-rtllsb   Kmjilr*-   Lift-  InunrRiii-a
C'linpniil-'si.
Nr-v Weslin hi titer lltilMlng Noi'luty,
Autiomttnut-i* Olllco, Dion-sac or N.W.
CHy Allcm-ilD, It*BO, IMH7 nml 1H8B.
ADVJSfi CLIENTS IN  THK BUYING
AND SELLING OK RKAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
und other monetary transactions.
Havo several good lnveatmonls on their
books, and nil now comers will do woll to
call beforo doing business elsewhere.
dwSdely
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JUST   OPEiE
A large and well-selected Stock of White
Goods, in
Ladies' Underwear,
Children's Embroidered Dresses
(WHITK AND COLORED),
Infants' Robes, te
These Goods were bought right and are offered at extraordinary low figures.
SPECIAL  THIS  WEEK.
We are closing out our stock of SUMMER JERSEYS at
cost. Three or four days will clear them out at the prices
we have marked them.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & FREEMAN,
dwto . MASONIC BLOCK.
SUMMER COATS,
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
Ogle, Campbell I Go's
i
dtc
NEXT DOOR BANK OF MONTREAL,
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
za__ut.xz,2_i__t X2sr
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
JjaToxador "Herring's,
2wttac"k£erel, Salt Cod.,
jL.xxxx.oV-X'a XJnc. Haras,
Aj-rao-ar's XJ-ac. Bacon.
Flo-ar. "Bran. Sliorte,
•--HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOB FARM PRODUCE.
nouwiy Sooullar-Armstrong Blook, Columbia St.
Jas.EllardiCo
WILL SELL THEIR REMAINING STOCK OF
AT   COST,   FOR    GASH.
Jtf   ..   Q^JO^mC___mjt^lElm
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPl'OSITE THE HANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, M,
BEST QUALITY.   EASTEHN PRICES,
A ful! lint; of KpectnclCS & EyC-CilaS5CS in steel, ralibw, silver arc -joid
frnmus.   The llneut Pebbles m&d**, $4 por pair; all niahts suited.
Special attention givoii to PINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having liumi*... tlio
businesa thoroughly from some of the finest Horologora iu England, aud since th'un
managed tlie watch-repairing department''of a few of tho boat firms on the iMiiti-
nent of America, is a luffloiont guarantee of good workmanahlp. Formerly ill linger for nearly 8 years of Uio well-known firm of Savago k Lyman, ilmitrual,
Charges Moderate, v
Montreal, Dec, 1887.-—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson- Bag., Chairman t>(
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watohmakur who did an
well for mo as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not horn tn-diiv."
dwa piste
D. S. CURTIS St CO.
AGENTS  B. LAURANCE'S   SPECTACLES.
Hlti-w.    ■t**IPs**K
'__mMm&:.
Wholesale and Eetail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, 1). C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,
Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
W. £ G. Wolfendei
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS I
EC X Gh XX - O X- JL S S
DRY GOODS
—.&.-isro—
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARGHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER tt SHADWELL.
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