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 (I9teti-tne»t
T?tint'**B offlcs
Columbian.
VOLUME 7
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 3, 1889.
NUMBER 29
PROFESSIONAL ADD BUSINESS CARDS.
E. M. N. WOODS,
BAIUUSTEB-AT-LAW, Onico-JloKell-
zle Streot.         ilaualc
T. C. AT1CWSOK,
DARBI8TEB,80LI0ITOB,A0. Offlcoa—
n Masonic IliilldtiiB. Now WeatmlnBter,
STo.  dwto
All-ISTRUKQ __■ KCKSTF.1N,
BABBISTEBS, SOLICITORS.   ETC-
Mosonlc Building, Now Wostmlnster, 11.0. dwmy'ti)
W. JiO'lMAN UO*.**, U.C.,
BABRISTEB-AT-LA\V,I,ANI)AOENT.
Money to Loan. Offloe—Qlarlisoti St..
Now Westminstor, B. C. dto
I UlIIIOIll), Mr. .11,1, A JIS.VSS,
BAUBISTEBS, SOLICITORS, elc. 0111-
oos—Mnsonlo Buildings, Now Wi'st-
inlnslor. nnd Vancouver, B. 0.        dwto
A. 0. BBYDONB-JACK, HI. A.
JAltRISTER,   SOLICITOR,   NOTARY
JOSEPH B. OA VNOIl, U.A..I.I..U.
OLD MEDAI.IHT of tlio Unlvonlt] ol
IlllWIu.    IIAUBISTHR-AT LAW  ol
.... Illiin Court ol Jl-stlno, Iroluuil. Ollloos,
Oornor MoKemsle & clurkson sin., Now
Westminstor. ,lwfi!2ltn
■: a*
A. «J. IIOLMI1-B, D. D. H„
1UUGE0NI1ENTIHT. Grndnnlo of llio
Ohio College of t'entnl BurRory. Is
now with Dr. 0,13.0. Brown. All work
skillfully performer!. Itoom.-- il A 0, Hank
of a, (.*., Columbia St. rfours-8 io 12 a.m.j
1:80 to tip. m. iljly3tc
Su
A
u. xx. u !'..%:* t,
HOHITKCT. Olllce-Cornor Maty nml
Olarkson stn.( Westminster,   dwto
T.J.TRA
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Inch-iline; Tools of all kinds of the lmst makes; Ul'OSS-CUt & llailll-SllWS,
Barbell Wire for Fencing, and all tlio neoes-ary Utensils for f giruiiligl
Puller Blocks, Snatch Blocks, Hope & Chain in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar & Oukinni Tarred and Plaid Paper fur Building) Paints & Oils
innll colors; Liquid Paints In all shades; Floor Paints read-'touse; Grind
Stones; Wall Paper in all designs; Brooms & Brushes Ior all purposesi
Lubricating Oils! Traps of all ' ' '       *—-' -'
Agricultural Iniplciuciits.
1 dcscriiitioiis, and a genoral assortment of
IT Special attention givon to ordora by mail.
T. T. I'-K^-Pl"3 SO CO.,
,dwjly3tci Colum hia Street, Nkw Westminster,
GRANT & MACLURE.
BOOTS & SHOES
HAVH JUKI' IIECKIVKU THKIIt
CLOW n_ it-AOLtiiu:,
AltCIIITECTS.    Ollloo-Roora E. over
Hunk of li. 0.,Culuinblu8troctlWost.
'.   ml,--	
lllllislot
die
WII.LIA.II  It. KINO,
» ROHITECT.SANITARYENOINEER,
A   Ao.  Itoinoved to Armstrong's Block,
Oolumbla Slreet,   Westminster —Room
No. 2. dto
W. TmilAUDEAU,
LAND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS-
inuu. Hamley Block, New Westmin-
slor, II. 0. dmylstg
A, _>. COTTON,
") rvOMINION ANn PROVINCIAL LAND
"L l) SURVEYOR. Olllco! Room II,Bank
ol B. I), buildini;, Westminster, II. C.
o. I'll ri:\i>!tiui,
REAL ESTATE BROKER nnd County
Court Agent. Oommlsslonor, Notary
/ t'ubllc, Ao.   Bents collected.   Oflice—Mc-
Konzlo Slreet, New Wcsluilnsler, B, C.
, UOTRJNEEIl
THAPF,
AND     APPRAISER.
•0
j Jx  Columbia Htreet, New West minster.
All commissions  will  rocelve iirom[ft
1 and unreful attention.   Heat refereuues
'' given when required. inhUMc
1 If. C. MeCAUTNHV.
IOMMISSION AOENT   nnd   Customs
Uroltor.   Douglas Bt„ NewWestmln-
S Nter.   Airent for Hm-rlsim Spi-ltu-H Aerated
Water; Vancouver Steam Dye A Cleaning
hl Workt-idnrlers' l,alentOrc;ans--,,tliewon-
J der of the age,"; Dominion Pianos and
_ OrEiinn' .loll union's   Patent Knlsomlne;
UavnuaCignrFnetory: Lion Insurance Co
(or live stock, Ac,   lOmploymeut Agency
Oilice.   A select, lol of Tollut Articles aud
' Druggists' sundries for sale.  Nex! door to
*, Hftkery. djly31c
TURNBH, nr,i:'!'»\ A, CO.,
: -KTKIICHANT8. „ Wharf   ftl, Vlctoiin,
U oantiio inmiL ....
>/, c. Breton a Co.,
1 don, E. 0.
^Imperial Fire Insnranoe Go.
OIT X.O*N*X>OIT.
Ctl'ITAI.,       ■       .w,aoo.ooo sic.
nntes uh tow ii*, miy W net- reliable Com
Gilt   Edge  Dressing!
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
J.   ®.   MANBON's
MERCHANT
Columbia Street,
TAILOR.
New Westminster.
B3PA11 Summer DRESS GOODS and MILLINERY will
be sold AT COST.   Now is the lime to secure BARGAINS.
dtc *m:*E3s. "wia.. :r.ajb.
I   djly.llo
W. .1. ARMSTRONG,
Agont for New West.
9
ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
Civil Engineers, Land Sur-
veyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
FINAKCIsl, SHIPPING & COMMISSION AQEHTS
I'lre. Ufo A Marino Insurance.
Coi.usibiaSt,, - Opp. Colonial Hotki.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
ilwjl>i*lc
.R
RAND BROS.
KM, ESTATU GUOICKKS,
Conveyancer*., Collectors,
And Insurance Agents,
Offloes at.
NEW WESTMINSTER! Corner
McKenKlornd Olarkson SU.
VANCOIIVEIL Cordova Street.
LONDON-England.
BUILDING LOTH for sale In all sections
. of Vnnconvor and New Westminster City.
FA.KM LANDS of superior fliiulity for
■ale   at  Ohllltwlinok,   Port Hnmmoml,
LHngloy, atrttsqiil- Sumas, Mud Day,Lnd-
nor'S Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
ami Pitt River,
.     Maps nnd Plans exhibited and the full-
R est information furnished at all ouroffioesi
I "	
[W. BO VILL,
ARCHITECT
 ANO-—-
Real Estate Agent
Full List of city and Suburban Proporty.
particular nttentlon paid lo Farming
Lands.
Accurate Information to correspondents, dwmyflyl
erson
Insuranc
POWDER
Absolutely Pure*
This powder nover varies. A marvel of
purlty.Htreni'th nnd wholusomenoss. Moro
eoonomlenl than tho ordinary kinds, ana
eannot he sold in competition wlththo
multltudoof low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Hold onlyln cans,'
Hoyal Dakino Pow dick Co., 1o6 Wull St.,
New York. flfoly
Rooms to Rent.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT, IN
M. Qrny's house, on Prevost Street-
Apply ou the premises. dJlySto
TT
MJ.mi_?
QTOBE ON FRONT STREET, ln roar
O of Armstrong's Brick Blocli. Possession (,'lveti 1st AUKiist
Apply to     W. J. ARMSTRONG,
djlyafto Sheriff.
ROOMS TO LET.
FURIINISHED ROOMS TO LET, single
or donhle or en suite, pleasant nnd
comfortable.   Excellent situation.
Applyto MISS ODIN,
Opposito R. C. Cathedral,
dJlyMml Columbia Street.
First-class Prairie Farm
POIt SALE.
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, Norlh Arm, Frnsr-r Hlver* containing 200 acres of (ho finest farming land
In the country; all dykoii, well improved,
good buildings, good orchard (bearing).
For further information enquire of
MAJOR* PEARSON,
dmy20tc Now Westminster.
Notice of Removal.
MISS MoliOUflAI.T. HAS REMOVED
lierDress-inntting Establishment to
the Rooms nbovo l». S. Curtis it Co.'s Drill*
Store. JlySOdttwtl
SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY.
Mountain lakes havo an ephemeral existence. More than a hundred have disappeared from ths
Tyrol during the last century.
Among the curiosities of electricity is a Frenchman's claim that he
will soon bo able to produce thunderstorms nt any desired timo and
place.
The observatory o! Rio Janeiro
is preparing a "dictionary of universal1 climatology," intonded to give
tho climutological data of as man/
places as possible.
The tercontonary of tho microscope will bo cek-brated next your
at Antwerp. Tho botanical exhibition to ho held tlioro will include
also an exhibition of microscopes
from the oldest to tho moBt modern.
The dunth-rate in London is showing a remarkable reduction. In
1888 it was tlie lowest thus fur recorded, yet in tho first half of 1889
it was only 17.8 per 1000, against
19.5 in tho drat six months of 1888,
Dr. Natisen estimates that tho
ice of Greenland's interior must 1:
G000 feet thick in places, oven tho
tops of the mountains probably being
covered with hundreds of feet of
glaciers. Ho believes that tho wind
has much to do with maintaining
tho ice level, and that tho quantity
of snow does not vary much from
year to year.
Great Britain's largest tree is the
Oowthorpe oak, in Yorkshire, believed to be some 1500 years old,
In the seventeenth century, before
some of its projections wero covered
by a heaping up of the earth, it
was 78 feot in circumference at the
ground, and its branches overshadowed half an acre. It is now a
ruin, with a hollow in its trunk in
which a least forty persons mny
stand,
During the year ending May 1,
tho Pasteur Institute in Paris treated 1673 persons, of whom 6 were
seized with rabies during treatment,
and 4 within a fortnight after it.
Thero were only 3 fatal cases aftor
full treatment, however, making 1
NOVEL SUICIDE.
New York German Blows
Head off with Pure Colli
Water.
His
The Letter Said to Have Been Sent
Mayor Sexton by President Harrison Never Written.
To Contractors!
TEHDBRB WIIT, BB RECEIVE!! BY
tlio underslBuud lip to 8 p. m, ot MONDAY, ail. Allirasl, for the erection of n
hro-slorv Residence ou Royal Avenue for
Jiunes Wise, Esq.
Plans and specifications at my oflice.
Tho lowest or any tender not necossarl ty
accepted.
0. W. ORANT,
Architect.
Weslrallislcr, July 29,1639, djly'-lild
A.CiESKr-'JPI
OF*nOBS!i
NEW WESTMINSTER, crMN0EKRENC^ERsKT8?N
VANOOUVER,
OORNEFl  CORDOVA  AND
ABBOTT STREETS.
—ANn—
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG.
107 CANNON ST.
Farming Lands/Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS Kin SALE
MAJOR & PEARSON
Real Estate Ilrokcrs aud
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOIt
Coiiftdcratloii Life A is nc la II on of
Toronto,
Hoyal «ntl Lanoaihlre Plr« Iniinr-
an-ie Coin-mnlea,
a*.Vulliable Lots for nalo lu tho City
and DlBtrict of Wustralnstflr; aud choice
Lots In tho City of Vancouvor.
Porsons wishing to buy or sell city or
rural property should communicate with
us.
oniccs: Bank of B.C. bulldine, opposite
iinKl.'.Hlco, WostniiiiHlor,ami lliu-thiKHMt
Vancouver. dwapIOtn
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DRUGGISTS
Queen's Hotel Block,
HKW WKST-IIKSTEtt.
Reliable Drugs*Medicines
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
11
DRUGGISTS.
Pure and Fresh Drugs
Patent Medicines, Etc
phtbtbiahb- pres0ripti0h3 carefully
Compounded.
Telephone Communication.  Nluht Bell.
ilfo9.7lo
WANTED.
0
B   THOUSAND   CORDS   OEDAR
Bolls, four lo seventeen feet lonu.—
Apply lo
dto   ROYAI, OITY PI.ANINCt MILLS 00.
ms MMrmmmjiMs
NBW WHSTMlNflTBU, H. fl.,
July loili, 1880.
To the Employees of C. M. She-tie A Oo,
and the New Westminster Southern II'}/
Oo,, and tut persons concerned,
Tliis linn having assigned all I In 1 tt Lor-
osts in Hrttish Columbia to tho Now Westminster Southern R'y Co., ami that Company having assumed till of it*'Hal-lilt Im,
flmt.lf.yoo!- of this firm and thn Oontpttny
will report to tho President nf the salil
Company for Instructions uud adjust*
mont,
f, M. B1H3AFB A CO,
djlyisml        Hy Kwii'Ni* Cankikmi.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia unit Front Sts.,
in contral portion of tlio city; ncvor-U
buildings bring good rent—$-2,000,00.
Lot 4, Block 7, noar Lytton Squaro,
00x132 feet, fronting on Columbia ami
Front StB.-?0,O00.0O.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St., Mxllfl feot—
$4,000.00,
Also—Lot and Building wltli stock of
GoodB, ono of tho best business stands
in tho city.
Vacant Residential Property,
Lot 1, Blook 28; corner lot on Agues St.;
Hue residence sito -81200.00.
Improved Residential Property
Lot 15, Block 13; two bouses rented at
paying figures—34, fiOO. 00.
Houso and Lot on Lorno St., near Columbia—$1250.00.
Lots 4, 5 k 0, Block 10; good house,
garden, &o. ■ choice residenco proporty
-35,250.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St.; fenced and
oleum) —51500,00.
House and Lot on Columbia St.; one of
tho finest lesidunees in tbo city—87,-
000.00.
House and Lot on Hoyal Avonuo, iicur
DoUglna St,— 52,000.0'O,
Houso ami 3 Lots, corner lloyal Avenuo
and St, Patrick's St.; no hotter ro$[.
denoo sito in tlio city—910,000,00.
1 aero, with 7 bouses, near tho Pnrk—
$0,000.00.
Lota on St.  Andrew's St.,
Avenue—3500.00 oach.
nonr Queen's
Lots on "Montreal, Douglas nnd Halifax Sts., now Clinton St.; fino views
and woll sitiiatcri--$.'I50.Q0, §375.00,
§500,00.
Lot on Melbourne St.,
$300.00,
near Clinton-
LotO, Sub-Block 10; fine residence lots-
$250.00.
Lots ou Pelham St., near Mnry—$000.00
ench.
Lot on Pclliam St., near St. Andrew's:
lino sitc--§500.00.
Lot on St. -Tolm's St., near Melbourne—
5350.00.
Lot In St. Andrew's Square -.$300,00,
Lots In Blook fronting on Nortii Arm
road) finest chanco iu tho market for
residence or spunidation--$125,00 to
$175.00.
Lota iu Subdivision of Lot II, sub-Block
12-.-SOO.00 to $125.00.
Lot* iu Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Block
13—$100.00 oaoli.
Lots in Westminster Addition at $15.00
to $50.00.
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY.
dnplte
londHl Harris
so co.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
—anb—
Financial Agents
Purchase Soil and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating to
Kent Estate,
— AOIBNTS FOU—
London Assurance (Corporation.
Comii'ctlctil Flro Insurance Co, or
Hartford,
London and Lancashire Life Assiir*
lUlfO Vo.
Canton Insurance Office. Ld, (Murine)
OFFICES: "™
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwWWyl
death hi 554, or, including nil cases,
1 in 12S. The Pasteur Institute nt
Rio Janeiro had treated 10G persons
up to Jan. 8, with 1 death. In U2
of theso cases the clog giving tho
bite was undoubtedly mad.
Mechanical Hypnotism.—Tho
mysterious condition culled hypnotism hns been studied by means of
tbo phonograph hy Dr. Pine], of
Paris. Ho finds that hypnotic
patients obey the directions of the
phonograph as readily as thoso of
the living speaker. From this he
concludes that the theory of animal
magnetism is without foundation,
and that the real cause of the phenomena manifested in the few "sensitives" is a disordered mental state.
Ixdustmal Influence on Climate.—Tho ourious theory has been
advanced thnt floods and rain-storms
aro increasing in tho United States
through the influence of steam engines. There nro more than 30,000
locomotives in uso in North America which, calculated, give out alone
more tlmn 53 billion cubio yards
of vapor per week, and tho other
engines eight times as much, making a total of over 470 billion cubic
yai'tib uf vapor turned into tho atmosphere weekly by tho steam engines.
The Moon's Heat.—Experiments
ou lunar radiation by Prof. 0. 0.
Hutchins, of Bowdoin College, show
an agreemont with thoso of Lord
Rosse and Prof, Langley—tbat tho
hoat recoived or reflected from, tho
moon is cut oil' nt tho moment of
totality in an eclipse. Prof, Hut-
chins considers that about half of
the incident rays nro absorbed,
which must render tho surface of
tho moon very hot; but the evidence tr> bn obtained from eclipses
shows that senrcoly any of the surfaco heut passes through Iho oarth's
atmosphere.
A Desert Dirtillkuy.—• A sun-
distilling apparatus ou the Atucama
desert, in Bolivia, consists of 1876
square feet of glass, under which a
thin layer of salt water is led, the
vapor from which condenses ua sweat
on tho under sido of tiio glass,
trickles slowly into a groove in tho
supporting framo, and thonco runs
into a reservoir. Bather moro
water distills by night tlian by day,
owing to better condensation when
tho outer air is cool. Tho daily production is from thirty to forty gal-
lor.4 of fresh Wawr, which soils at ljj
pence per gallon. A similar apparatus in uso on tlio samo desuit
twenty years ago contained 50,000
square feet of glass. Tho water
then sold for 10 shillings a   gallon,
Electricity and Light,—Some
curious phenomena bearing ou tho
connection betweon or idontity of
electricity and light havo boen
pointed out by n Herman physicist
Tiio divergence of leaves of a
charged electroscope is increased
by a ray of sunlight* returning to its original amount when
tlio light is cut off. A common
phosphorus-lipped match will glow
in tbo dark when olosu to a charged
body. The moroury of a capillary
electromotor falls when n ray of
sunshiuo strikes it just ns whon
connected to a battery, the effect
being proved to bo electrical instead
of thermal by tho faot that it vanishes when tlio uppor and lower
mercury columns aro short circuited
by a wire,
A Train ou the Grand Trunk Takes
Fire Near Montreal.—Oue
Fatality.
A NOVEL BUIOinE.    *
Nkw   YoiUv,    Aug.    8;—Gottlieb
Ileiiis, a coiiict player, early this
murning loaded an old Bliutgun, filled
tho barrel with wator, placed ibe muzzle of the gun tn his mouth and blew
his head oil'.
THE FASTEST OH   11KCOUD,
New Yoek, Auy. S.—Tho eastward
bound truiiB-Atlitnlic roeord has been
broken by tlio Augusta Victoria, of
the Hamburg-American paokofc line,
which reached Southampton to day
seven days and two hourj from tliis
port,
l-ABSBNOEK LIST.
San Francisco, Aug. .'I—Tlio str.
City of Fuebla Bailed for Victoria and
Sound points tliis morning with the
following passengers for Victoria ■
Mrs. J. McCarthy, Mrs. B. Edwards,
Miss A. M. Wise, C. Stuckert, Mrs. J.
B. Wilkins, Mra. O. Sullivan, A.
Frank, Miss Good, Miss Brown, W.
Losee, G. S. Milbery, Mrs. E. S.
Battello, Miss Gay.
BANK OF ENGLAND KATES.
NewYouk, Aug. 3,—Regarding tliu
report that thoro is some likelihood of
an advance in tlio Bank of England
rates boing made at tho meeting of
tho governors on Thursdny next, for-
eign banking houses horo say that
whilo it is possiblo tlioy don't regard it
as probable From the present outlook.
The higher rates whicli have prevailed
in London for short discounts are duo
to heavy withdrawals of gold from tho
bank, as shown in tho increaso of
amounts held by tho bunk of Franco
and tlie Imperial Bank uf Germany.
NEVER SENT THE   LETTER.
San Francisco, Aug. 3.—A special
despatch from Washington tins mum-
ing says that it is said hoth at tlio
Whito House and the statu department that President Harrison never
lidtlrossi'd a letter to Lord Mayor Sexton, of Dublin, thanking him for lho
sympathy expressed fur Uio Johnstown sufferers, and which it wna nl-
•leged was tampered with by tin* English
ami1 authorities.
GOT   TEN YEA11S.
Sacramento, Cala., Aug. 3.—Do-
Witt Linn, who robbed an old mnn of
§250,- pleaded guilty thia morning and
was sentenced to ten yoars in atate
prison.
AIlllE.STi-11 FOESMDQOLINO.
Grafton, Dak,- Aug. 3.—Ton hnliV
breeds bave boon arrested tor smuggling timboi-across thu border. The
officers have found that a thriving
business in smuggling haa been going
011 und more orroBta nre expected.
HAWAIIAN ADVICES.
San Francisco, Aug. 3,—Hawaiian
advices received by tho str. Mariposa,
which arrived from Sydney, via Honolulu, this morning, statu the ocean
cable project has now assumed shape,
a wealthy syndicato having beon formed nnd incorporated with capital of
ono million dollars with power to Increase to ten millions.
Tho British warship Espieglo sailed
on June 27th under scaled orders. It
ia supposed that thore is somo trouble
in connection with tho recent annex;
atitms to the British ompiro in tho
south seas, and that thu Espieglo will
go in that direction.
A RICH STRIKE.
Port Author, Aug. 3.—The Beaver
mino hns mado an exceedingly rich
stiike nt tho depth of 530 feci
O. ". R. LiNDS.
Ottawa, Aug. 3.— W. C. Van Horne,
Es*Judgo Olark and Mr. Hamilton,
commifisioneta of C. P. It. lands, aro
here, and had n long interview about
their lands with Mi-. Dewdney, min*
istei-of.the*interior, who has just re*
turned,
THE SCHEME   FLOATED.
Ottawa, Aug. 3.— McLood Stowart
has returned nfter llonting tlio Anthracite Coal Mino scheme.
iu a corner near tho door. Tho head
and limbs were completely gone. A
companion who rushed into tho midst
of the flames was terribly burned. Tho
cause of the fire is involved in mystery. Somo think that it was brought
about hy an explosion in the express
car. There waB a large quantity of
flro works among the expre&s goods on
board. Tho opinion prevails that the
firo was caused by a lamp exploding.
The story of tho survivor does not
cast any light on the Bubject.
BUItKB   EXTRADITED.
Winnipeo, Aug. 3.—Tho necoasaiy
warrant arrived to-day from Ottawa,
and Burko will be handed over to the
Chicago officers this afternoon.
MISSIONARY   DROWNED.
OOTLINGWOOD- Aug. 3.—Wm, C.
Ewiii(i, oldest Bon of Rev. E. Swing,
of Collingwocd, haB beon drowned at
Sturgeon Falls while bathing. He
wns employed in mission work iu that
place.
LOGGER DROWNED.
BuLi.LVir-LK, Aug. 3.—Wm, Johnston, of Belleville, a rivor drives, was
drowned in the Trent abovo here after
breaking a jam of logs.
JUSTICE SCOTT DYING.
Toronto, Aug. 3.-Justice Scott,
who retired from tbe bench two years
ngo, after a quarter of a contury's
Service- is reported to be dying nt his
residence at St. Hycianthc.
AGAINST SUNDAY DBSEORATION.
Toronto, Aug. 3.—The Knights of
Labor have paasod a resolution -strongly
opposing tho running of street cars on
Sundays.
ANOTHER OUTLET.
Montreal, Aug. 3,—It is said 011
the strength of a telegram from Bay
City that Gen. Alger has sold tho Detroit, Bay City and Alpena Railway
to the Grand Trunk asa'northern outlet to their Saguaw rond,
OTTAWA NOTES.
Ottawa, Aug. 2.—The plans for
tho new barracks for "C" battery have
been prepared by tlie engineers of the,
militia department, and arc now under
consideration of the public works department. If thoy are approved tenders will be asked for  immediately.
Delegates from all parts of Ontario
aro marching into Quebec with petitions to the governor-general, signed
by O0,C00 peoplo, praying for tho disallowance of the Jesuits' estates act.
Consignments of sugar valued nt
over $20,000, have been seized ai.
Hamilton, on a charge of being falsely
invoiced.
Sir Soniers Vine interviewed members of the -government to-day, and
asked that aome person be appointed
Canadian correspondent for the Imperial institute journals.
Hon. Mr. Dewdnoy returned here
to-day. He luaveB for British Columbia in a week or ten days.
Peter White, member of parliament,
was interviewed to-day, Ho expressed himself strongly on the Behring sea outrage, and is surprised at
the forbearance and inactivity of ihe
British government.   As to Canadians
POOR BOULANliEB-.
Tlie French Government will Ask
for the Extradition of General Bonlungcr.
Tlie Naval Review iu Honor of
Emperor William Prevented
liy a Storm.
The Dutch Fight a Battle with the
Atchese Natives aud Lose
Very Heavily.
Tin:
Children Crj-for Pitcher1'Castoria
SBIEpfiBS QUESTION.
Ottawa, Ang 3.—Tlio excitomont
over tbu salMireof tin; soaler Black
Diamond in Qcihring Sou still continues. Tho government is in communication with otlictal.1 ut Vancouver, B, 0. Tho report that Canada
hns ad.Ued a bold policy of reprisal is
Unfounded, Thu govarnmout is not
ilisp'sod to recofwiBe American pro*
lenaiulifi in Behring Sea, but, after all,
will have tu ncquhjaoe lu the course uf
the Imperial authorities. No word
has been received from England on
the enbjeet, hut it i.i boliovcd that
Luid Stan!ay is in constant communication with Lord Salisbury,
A   TltAtS ON  PIEE.
Montreal, Aug. 3.—An accident
occurred laat night 011 (ho Grand
Tiunk Railwny two and 11 half miles
the other sidu ol St Lambert. No, 1
trnin for Quebeo and Halifax left
Bonavontiirc in charge of Conductor
McLeod, filled with passengers among
wluun weru General Middleton, Mr.
Stephenson, general superintendent of
(ho Grand Trunk Hail way, and other
prominent persons. At tliu end of the
doublo track an alarm of firo was givon
from the forepart of tho train, and
passengers were horrified to behold
tho express car in a nines of (lames,
which increased considerably and was
blowing directly towards them. A
general panic wns to ensue wbon Brake*
man Jones rushed through tho train
to thu burning cars nud dexterously
uncoupling with botli tonder nnd engine
sent thom bncking up tbe road whoro
tho driver, who gallantly held his post
amidst tho most intense heat, ran
thom oil a siding at the end ol tho
track and ths main body uf tho train
with tho passengers were loft standing nt a safo distanco from whoro
tho fire was discovered, Tho firo
on the express car had bo increased
thnt approach was impossible. Rod*
gera wan in tho cm* together with an
omployoo of tho road named Pat Mc-
Gowau. Every cfl'ort was mado to
savo the messenger, but without avail.
His charred trunk waB found ns soon
as tho car had burned.   It was lying
taking active steps to prot-ut Canadian vessels, Mr. White Baid their hands
were tied. Ho contrasted the inaction
of the British government now "With
thoir courso in tho Mason-Slidell affair.
He predicted that the result of Groat
Britain's forbearance now will lead to
final trouble with tho United States.
Emboldened by the license allowed
thom now, some act will bo committed
of bo outrageous a nature that Great
Britain cannot ignore it.
Ottawa, Aug. 2.-—Major McLeod,
of Scotland, who is here, saya there
will be further emigration of Scotch
Crofters to British Columbia next
yoar.
The equal rights delegates waited on
tho governor-general, at Quebec to-day
to ask for disallowance of tho Jesuits'
estates bill. Principal Cavan made a
short speech and prosonted a petition
whioh had over 60,000 signatures. Ho
recited tho facts connected with tho
Jesuits' act and asked that it
bo disallowed or parliament dissolved. Tho govornor - general's
reply was a short one, and
very courteous, but ho desired to i-tito
that in his opinion and that of his advisers there wero no grounds for either
the disallowance of tho act or tho dissolution of parliament.
Tho Dominion militia system will bo
extended to the Northwest at an early
date. This is probably the result of
tho reduction in the mounted polico
force.
Tho presB of eastern Canada is now
thoroughly aroused over tho recent
seizure in Behring Sea. Tho government has received no further information on tho subject, but it is hinted
the Canadian Bealera will be privately
warned by the officials at Victoria not
to act on tho offensive ponding the
action of the British government.
The Citizen^ government organ,
comes out in no uncertain sound, and
Bays Canadians dcBpiso Amoricans, nnd
adds that tho Washington authorities
Will bo obliged to upologiao as well as
recoup the owners of vessels Interfered
with. If this is not done what is loft
of the Yankeo naval effects will probably disappear from moro seas than
Behring, ThiB editorial has crcnted a
sensation,
TO EXTRADITE MOULAN'iEH.
London, Aug. 3.— Tho foreign oflice
has been notified tliat the French
government proposes to aak for tho extradition of Boulanger.
THE CHEAT SHAH,
London, Aug. 3.—Tho Shnhof Persia, who U ou Ida way homo from bore,
has r'nftiBed to meet the Biil&n of Tur-
koy-ut Constantinople, becuuso tin; hitter declines to go down to tho dock to
greet tlio Shah, and die Shah mil rot
make a call at the Sultan's palace;
THE  REVIEW POSTPONED.
London, Aug. 3—It bus rained
heavily all morning. At nbout noon
tlie storm and haze lo increased that
it was announced tho naval review for
the entertainment of the Emperor
William is postponed to Monday,
when to-day's programmo will be carried out.
MORTALITY AMONG  IHE DUTCH
Amsterdam, Aug. 3.—-Advices from
Sumatra state a despernto light occurred between tho Nefclicrlniid troops
and the natives of Atchin. Nineteen
Dutchmen wore killed and 22 woimn*
ed.
A KIND   WIFE.
London, Aug. 3.—At the Maybrick trial to-day Dr. Stevenson tes*
tilled that all Maybrick's symptoms
indicated the use of arsenic. May-
brick's nurse testified that tlie deceased refused to tako medicine on tho
ground it wns not the right kind. Mrs.
Maybrick wus kind mid considerate to
her husband.
BY BIBEBS OF WEATHER,
London, Aug. 3.—The naval review
in honor of the emperor of Germany,
whioh wns to have tnken place today,
has beon postponed till Monday owing
to a severe storm.
WHEAT.
Liverpool, Aug. 3.—Wheat, firmer,
Oal. (is. Ild.
San Francisco- Aug. 3.—-Wheat
dull; buyer'80, lilh buyer (Season,
147*.   Seller, 134.
New York, Aug. 3.--Wheat steady;
August, 85J; September, 04f; December, 788.
FROM VICTORIA.
Iiint-rn'. urilu'lnfelloii. A. I'.. It, Dnvlc.
Hun. John itotiMin Sworn In I'rcinli'r.
The I'-irriMft'iV I'ete.
Special to the Columbian.
Victoria, Aug. 3.—Tho funeral of
tho Into Hon. A. E. B. Davie, to-day,
was attended by all the prominent men
in tho city. Mayor Oppenheimer, of
Vancouvor, ex-Mayor Hendry and
acting Mayor Townsend, of Westminster, and representatives of tho bar of
Vancouver nnd Westminster also attended. AU shades of politics, professions and trades wero represonted.
Though thu funeral was to hnvo boon
quiet thero was a vory Inrgo attendance, showing tho groat respect held
for tiio dead premior.
Hon. John Robson was sworn in
premior yestorday, and tho now cabinet will be announced to-day. Theodore Davie will probably bo attorney*
general
Tho Forresters to a large number
gathered at their hall this afternoon
and marched to tho Caledonian
grounds where they aro enjoying a picnic, Tho gathering iB a grand success.
Tho Vancouvor and Westminster contingent loomed up grandly In tho pro-
cossion.
THEMAYUIUCK CASE.
London, Aug. 2.--Intereat in the
sensational Maybrick trial w hich is now
going on in Liverpool grows daily and*
tho nowspapci'ti here print many columns of evidence, morning and evening. When Mrs. Maybrick was arrested daningiug dii-cluaures were made
of her relations with Alfred Brieily.
Popular fooling wus exprosaed in every
quarter of her guilt and uF her ultimate conviction on tho charge of
poisoning her husband. Sir Charles
Russell's admirable prepntutio*i of hor
case has, however, completely revolutionized public sentiment, and if his
work produces upon thu jury anything
like the impression it has already
made upon the public, conviction is
out of tho question. It is generally
believed that she will be acquitted,
or even at tho worst thnt the jury will
fail to agroe, Tho medical testimony
introduced by the crown is vory weak,
and is far from supporting tho theory
of the prosecution, Drs. Humphreys
and Catter, who attended tho deceasad
in his last illness, and upon whose testimony the prosecution relied voiy
largely, flatly contradicted one another
on the Btand on somo very material
points, and upon their cross-examination by Sir John Russell both boeamo
confused.
THE MUNS-CASPIAH RAILWAY,
St. Peters-doro, Aug. 2.—CUneial
Anmenkoff, who is in chargo of the
work on the now Trauscaspian railway
loft St. Petersburg to-day for tho
south, with instructions to push work
as vapidly as possiblo. The council
of stato has voted an additional 6,01-0,
000 roubles for thia purpose.
a nio MUSTER.
Belgrade, Aug.2.—The minister of
war has ordered all threo military
classes of Servia to muster on Mondny.
Tho ostensible reason for (ho order is
thnt tho Bulgarian troops havo been
ordered to mass en the frontier qn
thnt dny and Servia desires to be pro*
pared for any eventuality.
stolen documents.
Paris, Aug. 2.—Tlio manager of
Roahefort's paper, tliu In.ransigeatit,
who wns arrested 011a chnrgo of pur*
loiniiii' documents submitted to and
tho depositions taken beforo the high
couit or tho senato in tho caso of General Boulanger, was arraigned in court
to-day. On being questioned ns to
tho method employed in procuring tho
documents and depositions, ho testified thnt thoy hnd been received from
parties in London.
DR. TANNER'S SENTEXLE.
London, Aug. 1,—In tho bouse of
commons to-day, Thomas Sexton
moved an adjournment to consider tho
sentence imposed upou Dr. Tanner for
nsBiiult upon Police Inspector Stephens
last May, maintaining the crimes not
itself did not contemplate exactly a
technical assault, but provided in ox-
prcss terms for tho punishment of
assault with violence. Thore wao no
claim any whore that tho assault with
which Dr. Tanner was charged, waa
anything moro than a toohnical assault.
No violonco was attempted. The provisions of tho act undor which Dr.
Tanner was convicted did not cover
tho caso at nil. The sentence was
clearly illegal. On a division, Mr.
Sexton's motion to ndjourn was ro*
jeeted by 174 to 118.
Tho -Empire declares tho petitioning
of the equal rights association lins beon
a farce, and points to tho small numbor of signers ns a proof.
A young Indian girl named Emma
SnmpEon hanged herself to a trco be-
can 0 her mother married again to a
man whom the girl did uot like, rayia
late Winnipog despatch.
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rUBLISHBD
Every AflcnMB except Suta**-,
BT THB
K*Ei-Krisr"E3X)*5r    brothers,
At their Steam   Printing Establishment, Colombia Street.
BY   MAIL:
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For tt months 4 26
For 8,monthB,...w , 3 26
DELIVERED IN THE CITY:
For 12 months .|I0 00
For ti months _..,  5 26
Per month ,     90
Por week..      25
Payment ln all cases (except for weekly
rate) to be made In advance.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
Issued overy WedaeMlay Morning.
Delivered ln the Oity, per rear. 83.00
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Saturday Evening, August 3, lose.
A better feeling begins to be apparent on all sides with respect to
Southern Railway matters. Tho
oompany, on their part, show a disposition to give the fullest explanations and details relating to tho new
proposals and tho status of things
generally, and a willingness to make
all reasonable concessions that would
tend to make the understanding botween all parties more complete and
satisfactory. With respect to tho
matters mentioned yesterday, namely, the paying of the entire bonus
after tho certain works oxpressly
enumerated have boen completed
and passed, and tho defining moro
particularly tho location of tho
bridge, we havo beon led to believe
that tho railway men aro perfectly
agreeable to have tho agreement so
amended. As a consequence, public
confidonco, which has beon a little
strained in the last fow months, is
being rapidly reinstated, and tho
prospects are good for a thorough
and complete understanding all
round, the speedy submission and
ratification of the new proposals,
and thereafter the vigorous prosecution of tho work to an early completion. There can bo no question, if
by-laws aro submitted to the people
that aro clear, explicit, and above
board on all points, aud in strict
harmony with tho agreements between tlie city and tho company,
and tho company and the contractor,
while guarding all tho points which
we have mentioned, that tho ratepayers, on their part, will give their
unanimous consent, and the sooner
steps are taken to further the Southern Railway on thoso lines, the
better.
the accession of tho present administration to power in 1683, the Hon.
John Robson, provincial secretary,
is the only retoaining member, Mr.
Drake retiring early, and Mr, Smitho
and Mr. Davie being called over to
"the majority" whon little past their
prime. As ono after another has
been stricken down in the battlo of
life, the ranks havo silently closed
up, thoir places havo beon tilled by
others, una now, that to-day's mournful ceremonies have been finished
and tho "dust to dust, ashes to
ashes" pronounced over tho mortal
remains of tho deceased premier and
attorney-general of British Oolumbia,
speculation and anxiety will begin
to bo rifo as to who shall be his successor—for mon may como and men
may go, but tho tido of human lifo
and human afl'airs flows on {measurably) forever.
It is safe now to pronounce tho
salmon run this season on unqualified success, Never before, Bince
the inception of salmon canning on
the Fraser, says a good authority,
has thoro been so many Buckeyes in
the river. Tho run, which fairly
commonced nbout tho 24th of last
month, is now at its height, and tho
wildest hopes havo been more than
realized. Thero are too many salmon. Tho sixteen canneries on the
river are taxed to their utmost.
Some of their boats oven havo had
to he laid oil' for a few clays. Tho
pack already exceeds tho total of
either of the last throo yeara on tho
Frasor, and promises to be considerably tho largest ever put up on the
river, Theso results aro peculiarly
gratifying, as extensive preparations
had been mado this year by the
canners, and four new canning establishments started, and the last few
years havo beon rather disappointing. Salmon, as is known, is one
of our staples. A large amount of
capital is invested in the business,
and success or failure means very
much hero what a good or bad grain
crop does in Manitoba, for instance;
although tlio number aud variety of
our resources and industries saves us,
it is truo, from feeling keenly a temporary failure in any ono. Nevertheless, we cannot be too glad or
thankful that the waters have
brought forth so abundantly this
season. The fact puts some very
solid gilt on our already decidedly bright horoscope. Tb is suspected that to the hatchery is duo
in somo measure tho almost phenomenal run of suckoyes this year, and
systematic steps will bo taken to ascertain if the theory is correct. It
will bc very satisfactory if it can bo
reasonably demonstrated that such
is the case.
Universal are the tributes of respect and ester m from those an-uui uted with him in any degree that pom*
in upon tho closed coffin-lid of Britisli Columbia's dead prowler and
attorney-general, consigned to his
last earthly rosting place to-day,
amid tho toars of sorrowing loved
ones and personal friends and associates and the mournful regret of
thousands, representing tho entire
province, who honored him as an
able, upright, and conscientious professional and publio man, and one
wbo had gained, as he deserved, the
good-will of his fellows, Mr. Davio,
as will havo been noticed in the report of his death published on Thursday, was a comparatively young
man, only forty-throe, when the
death-nngel bore him heuoo. That
fearful ravagor, consumption, had
long fixed its mark upon him, and
for nearly two years prior to his
decease on Thursday morning he had
beon more or less prostrated. His
death, therefore, was neither sudden
nor unexpected, but it will he a
severe loss to tho country, whom ho
lias so ably and faithfully served in
its highest position and ns nttornoy-
genoral, and upon his lato colleagues
jn tho government will tho task of
filling his placo fall as a most difficult ono, Tho fatalities that havo
attended the cabinets of the present
administration are so singular as to
be worth noting. Since 1887 two
premiers and 11 president of the
counoil liavo boe.i stricken down by I
death, dying practically in harness.
Of the original cabinet, formed upon J
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Casta
BAPTIST CHURCH, Aenea Street,
Enst of Mary Htreet. Lord's Day
Heryicosat II a. m. and 7 0,111, sabbath
Hehool iiudBlble Class at. 2:W p. in. AH
Boalofroe; .•itrnnger** cordially welcomed.
—Rev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
Methodist cut-lieu, Mary
Street. Rov. J. H. White, Pastor.
Services at ll a. in. and 7 p.m. Sunday
School and Biblo Clnss 2:30 p. in. Prayer
M"!(tinB mi Thursdays tit 7,80p.m, Seats
tno; siriiiiRnrt* cordially Invited.
QT. PAUL'S dinum, John Street,
O Opposite Oraii1*** Hull. Rov, Thnuuis
Ilndiloii, I'nstor. Nervines every Sunday
at 1111. m. and 7 p. in. Thursday ovonlnm
ut,7:.'H) o'elook. Scats free; all are cordially Invited. Sunday School at2t00 p. in.
f'HUIIXH OF ENGLAND,-HOLY
•U TRINITY CHUROH; Hector, The
Bishop, ft. MARY'S CHURCH; Hector,
The ven. Archdeacon Woods, services
In boili churches every day. All seats
free. Both churches open all dnyforprl-
vntu prayer.
1)UK.S»VTKIUA.N CHURCH (ST.
ANDREW'S), corner Carnarvon and
itliic'k-vof-il sts. Rev. Thou. Sooulor, pastor, Services at 11 a. m. and 711. m.; Sun-
dny-sfhoot and Hlblo-elnsg nt &30p;m',|
I'l-iiy-T-iiu'ctliigon Thursdny evenings at
7*80.   Seats free; strangers * eleomo,
/"lAl-KDOariA  *fe   ST.   ANDREW'S
ly sociRTY.-Tbo regular meetings 0/
this Association are hold on tlio lust Tuesday of each month, at 8 o'clock p.m. AH
Soolohmen aro Invltod to attend. -Joitn
Bum, Sec.
l O. lf.-.COURT LORD DUFFERIN
A, No. 0804. Tho regular mealing-*, of
the above Court aro hold nt tlio Forester*-*
Hnll,1111 tho flrst and third Wednesday in
each month, at 8 p, m.—JNo. McMuiii-nv,
Senr,, P. C. R.
TIT C. T. Ui—REGULAR MEETING
Tf • every "Wednesday aftornoon nt 8
o'clock at the W. C. T. u. Headquarters,
Douglas St. Loyal Legion In the samo
6lace every Friday afternoon.—Mitf*. Jas,
us:** 1 no ham, President;  Miss Di-lit-oic
Secretary*
UNION LOD UIO NO, it, A. F.
Jt A. HIi—The regular meetings of this Lodge nre held In
.    . the Masonic Temple on the first
Wednesday In each month, at 7:00 o'clock
r. rn. Sojourning brethren aro cordially
nvl 1 till to fti.tmid.--W. C. Coatham, see.
BOARD OF TRADE. Board Room,
Oddfellows Brick Block, np-stairs
Council moots on tho lirst and third Wednesday In each month,nt 4 p.m. Quarterly
meetings on the 22nd of Veu., May., Aug.,
and Nov., nt 7:30 p. m. New members
mny bo proposed and elected at any Quarterly meeting,—D. RonsoN.Soc.
WANTED.
A OOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work, lo go to Kamloops.
"°'l>»'t'ci.l'''.,appl/ to bo
dim 113 City.
TENDERS
*n*Olt TIIR LATHING AND PLASTER-
D I111*, ol«., ol tho DANGLES SCHOOL
HOUSE will I), received by tlie iimlor-
fllgtlail up lo tlio llll. nay ol Aoffusl.
Specifications of the worlt to bo ilono
call bo seen nt Lyal A Oil's Bookstore.
ST. OLAIB DLAOKETT,
Soo. of Trustees,
Langloy, B, C, Aug. 1,1880.    dauHtS
Various aro tho opinions expressed
from different standpoints as to the
success in all respects of tho great
Paris exposition, opened   in   May.
That   it  is a gigantic succoss as a
wholo will hardly ho questioned.   It
hns ovon proved a political success
to a considerable degree, adding to
the prestige- and popularity of President   Carnot   and his government
with   the  impressionable   French,
and, taken in connection with the
Eiffel   tower, its   most   prominent
feature, it has done much to tip the
scabs against the "man on horseback," horso, bravo talk and all, and
to increase tho stability of tho republic   and  add to ita lifo anothor
span.    The   French love  succoss,
and the administration has managed
to woo that rather fickle element,
whilo Uoulanr/er has never had any
real goud luck sinco Premier Flou-
quet pricked him in tho neck in that
absurd duel last year; and now that
tho bravo  general is a fugitive in
Englund, and   has   been beaten in
the elections, instead of "vive la," it
is pretty safe to say that with the
majority of his countrymen it will
bo "a bas" Uoulanger! lint to return
to  the exposition itself, from a digression as to its effects and inllu-
ence, u critical American writer in
Science, thinks that it lacks novelties.   Ho  says people walk until
they aro fatigued through the almost
endless buildings on the .Chump de
Mars, and yet fail to find any great
and striking object by which they
would especially remember the exhibition of 1889.   The place is filled
with evidences of untiring industry
and skill ou overy sido, but there is
a strange absence of great novelties.
It is stated, however, that tlio exhibition will bo famous for four distinctive features—in tho first place,
for its buildings, especially (ho Eiffel
towor and tho machinery hall; in
tho second placo for its colonial exhibition, which  for  tho first timo
brings vividly to the appreciation of
Frenchmen that thoy are masters of
lands boyond the sea; third, it will
boreinoinbered for its great colloo-
tion of war waterial, the most absorbing subject, now-a-days, unfortunately, to governments, if not to individuals;   and, fourth, it will be
remembered, and with good cause
by many, for tho extraordinary manner in which South American countries  aro represented.   Several of
those nationalities are beginning to
put themselves forward asappreciable
factors in the politics of the world,
and, what is of moro interest to the
manufacturer, they constitute   the
richest  and  largest  customers in
European and Nortii American markets.   Especially is  this   the caso
with regard to agricultural machinery of all kinds, and thoso exhibitors
arc said to be fortunate who are well
represented in this respect.
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sold.
Money io Loan on first mortgage al
low rates. 	
Telephone Call No. 88.
P. 0. Drawer W.
WOODS, Tl'KKI. & OAXBiK,
OFFIOE, ELLARD'S BLOCK,    - ' COLUMBIA STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER.
dm n ute
PXOKXIZIK.
HARDWARE
MS T «*U» OM .WEI
ESTABLISHED 1841
Jas. Cunningham
COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, D. 0.
IMPOKTEH OF
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Faints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Ohinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTURER OF
JO^TIN 8 SHEET-IRON WARE.
CONTRACTS FOR
Iron Cornice Work, Gns-flttiiig,
Plnmliiiiff. Hoofing, &c
TENDERS
SEPARATE TENDERS ATIE CALLED
for tlio construction of thu SUitltEY
DYKE, Flood (fates, and all work Iu con*
iiiTtlon therewith. Tenders will ho re*
ceived up to August Slst, at 1 o'clock p.
in., and plans and t-pt-citications may bo
seen, tiflcr August 151 ii, nt tho residence of
Itoovo Puncb, Brownsville, where blank
forms for tender may be obtained.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted. fiy order.
HENRY T. THRIFT. C. M. ft
Surrey. Jnly 80,188il. Jy30dtdwl
•jstoticb.
ALL PERSONS ARE WARNED THAT
Samuel QitKRit lias no right or title
to any portion of
LOT   530,   CROUP   I,
Now Westminster District, and nny sales
purporting to be made by hlm of any portion of the said Lot. will bo void
.      .,_„   DONALD A. SMITH,
FOr   R.R.ANQU8,
J. M. BROWNING,
Commissioner.
Vancouver, July 25,1889. djlySlml
SE3STD   "TO"Cnt
Davidson Bros.
VANCOUVER,
To Have Them Put in Good
Repair,
CALL AND SEE OUB STOCK WHILE
IN-THE CITY.
DAVIDSON  BROS.,
Cordova St., Vancouver.
 dllySllo	
AUCTION SALE
ENGLISH    BAY.
T HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY MR.
I Bamtjf.1. Greek to sell by i'ublic Auction, on
Saturday Even's, Aug. 3,1889,
At tlie COLONIAL HOTEL, New Westminster,
Twenty-five  Lots
of his English Bay Property, which
comprises some of tho best situated
business property directly opposite tho
proposed Landing of all the large
ocean Steamships from China, Japan,
and so forth, and It Is conceded by
the best authorities on tho subject that
this is destined to become tiio principal
seaport In British Columbia, and this properly in the near futuro will probably ho
equal In value to any of tho choice lots on
Qranvlllo nnd othoi streets in Vancouver
The deposits on those lots will be $25
for inside lots nnd 850 for corner lots, cash;
Mm balance will be payable when Mr.
Greer is prepared to give a deed. Tho property ln sold with all the privileges of tho
present pre-emption laws of British Col
urn bio.
I have nlso been Instruotbd by Mr.
Joseph Hoskik to sell at aamo timo,
Lot ISO, Group %
Now Westminster District, on the South
Arm of tbo Frasor Rivor, opposite Tilbury
Island, with half a milo frontage on Fraser uivcr-coiitnlning lflOneim There is
about 120 acres of this prairio, tho balance
flldor and crab-apple; Ihoro ih about 14
inches rich soil on surface, wllli clay sub*
noli, and Is equal lu valuo to any of tiio
Delta land lower down Iho river which Is
sol 1 Ink at from 8100 to 1160 per acre. Terms
of this will bo $1000oash[ balance as may
bo agreed upon,
AlKO-1-nlM 0,1.1 it Iff, sntHllr. or tot 10,
Rlork HII, Now Westminster Suburbs,
u-a.Hnlo will take plaeo at 8 o'olook.
T. J. TRAPP,
dJIyUOtd AuCTIOIfJ-Blt.
GROCERIES
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Canadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
A. DesBRISAY, Cor. Columbia £ Blackie Sts.
daplOto
BUGGIES!     BUQQiES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A CAR LOAD OF
Pell, RiceCoil-spring* iMcLaughlan
1 TtJ «S- fSITGfii
 ALSO	
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER.-*****--"
Democrat and Express Wagons!
_W The Best and Cheapest Rigs over offered for sale in
British Columbia.-^!
,.-vi,„5.-     JFteici db 0*u.-r*ri©-.
JUST    ^.-R-RI-V-B'D-
30.000 BAGS
Get Our Prices Before Purchasing.
BINDING TWINE
Large Stock Just Received Direct.
F. C. Strickland * Co.
NEW   "WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
BRITISH C0LUIBL1 MT MARKET,
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PURVEYORS IK GENERAL.    FRESH AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
IS"Spccial lines quoted for tho shipping trade.   Family orders strictly attended
to.   Hotels will find it to their Intorest to placo their orders with tlio aliovo firm.
d28nol*r
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN -sTrEICHENBACH,
PiUOOESSOKS TO W. B. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hums Bacon, gausago, Bolognas, Etc.
dnolyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
TnB Columbian Piiintino Estaiilisiimbst has lirst-clnsB fuoiiltica tor
all kinda of Commercial Printing. Bill lloails Loiter Heads, Circular*.
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of ovory (inscription, Posters, Dodgers,
Price Lists, -to-   Pricea will bo found na low ns nt any other oilier, whore
(irst-olan work Is dono,
STOVES! STOVES!
•OO    TO-
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
Cheap Cooking Stoves & Ranges!
DON'T. FORGET THE ADDKBSSi
Water & Cranville Muo-imr,
iOB    *J?0-
SAMUEL MELLARD, ■ CHILLIWHACK,
Whom we have appointed our sole agent for our celebrated
Stoves in that district. Mr. .Mellard will supply our Stoves at
New Westminster prices. dwnoiyi
TUB SI'AOE BELONGS TO
H. T. READ & CO
, HAHIIWAKI" MEltCMANTH
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine Shop
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
BOBBBT   ___.J%_-%ltr, - • XOCA___VA.*3rXtXt.
2x:_-_.2_T-_r__'___.OTTr_a_____iB of
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY
AGRICULTURAL & ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
ilEPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. -
P. S.—All orders from the upper country promptly attended to.
llwnoi-,,,, —'—_ 	
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, New Westminster.
IJ
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS!
HEADY-MADE CLOTHING.
I"*? The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminstor Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmh30tc
ROYAL CITT
Planing II Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
SIANUFAOTUIiKRi* AND DKALEJU IN
SU.U. tt
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
JtZZtSTX) J-.2-.I, iciitds os-
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors,   Frames,   Windows.
Mouldings. Balusters.
Blinds. Brackets.
Bailings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolOdwIy
CAPTAINS OF VEH9ELN PLYING ON
V "10 North ArmnroroiiuoNlctl totJiko
'h'-'-liiiitiicloii tlioioulh Hklo nf Poplar
iHluml (0 nvolil iiroukliiB (ho to I <■ phono
('ouiKxIlim lollio i*,uiirftiil'Iiio]los|'Uiil.
Wi 11. TOWNHBNH,
Arlliij* Mnyor,
New Wwl.,JulySOi 1880.       tljlyMwl
W. BREDEMEYER. DR. PH.
{hale Pnrt tier of John MoVlcker)
MINING KNGINEBR, U.S. * PROVIN*
(JIAr,BUKVl-*YOU- A AflSAYEK,
Masonic Trmi>i.h Dlook, Vanoouvkr,
llrlt. (..•I.
fl-H'ltelInitio roportfl- ■imlpriri'iiniHl nur*
voy*j nnd inapt* or mlnoH executed atltm
rnli'N. Arisny*- nnuloon llll klntlBflf min*
emlH, colli mul Ml ver linn*. I'lilily year*'
oxperlonee in mining In Asia, Europe
uutl Unlloil KiatiiM of America, HpeukH
ton liim-iMKHH, a-ways frnm a dlntanoo
promptly ntloiidoil to, Address Vnncou.
ver, ft 0, ddonte
B
•UTOTIOB.
OTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Jonourable tho Ohio! __         . „
littmln anil Works for porinlHslim to !■■; so
tho following dosciilind trm-is a; tniitt:
1. CommeiidtiirnluMnke silmil<jiI -.(■•uh
of a lake lying east or Deep Bny, i.i-srtla*
tlon Hound- running thenoe lit) clinim*
south, thenco 00 chimin enst, thenee .io
ohalnt* north, tlioucolIOelinlnsonttt, thenco
40 chains north, thonco 80 chnlns west,
thotieo 10 ohnlns north, thenco 10 ohnlns
west-, thonce 00 chnlns south, thence 40
chains west, thenco to point of commencement. *
2, Commencing nlnnoM at the mon Hi
of a little stream 110 elininn i.ontti of Tll.im
Point, Raxa Inland; running thenoo *■.--■>■ t
10ohnlns, south _>_ ohalns, west 16 chnlns,
Houth 2* ohnlns, wost 28 ohnlns, north 12
chnlns,west 12 chaltiH, north 24 chnlns,
west 8 ehntiiH, north (i chnlns, west 72
ohnlns, nortii 21 chmns, east 21 chains,
south 10 chains, cast 00 chains, north 20
chains, east 28 olinlns to shore, thonco
nlonif snore to plnco of commencement,
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
July 0,1880. djiyyml VOLUME Va-HO. 29.
DAIiY BEITISH OOLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTEB, B. 0., AUOUST 3, 1889.
SNAKE  CHARMING.
t Some Intercut Ing Information from a Mis*
Miuri Observer.
Three different Incidents of snakes charui*
' lug birds have fallen under my own observation, writes a Now Madrid (Mo.) correspondent of the Bt. Louie Republic. Once
t saw a bluojay charmed by wbat la commonly known as the "blue racer" Bnake.
The next Instance viae a redbird charmed
by a "blue racer," and tho next was a ''catbird" charmed by a "cow-sucker." As
* these snakes are classed as non-poisonous,
> they could nob have bitten tbe birds and
then quietly awaited their death-, as some
very learned Rentleman bos stated in your
' paper. In the first case tbe bird was in an
t npple tree, some ten or twelve feet from tbo
' ground, when its attention was first arrest-
I ed. Thootbertwowero&omewbatundei'the
'r influence of the snake's charm when first observed. I would judge tbat it takes from
i ono to two hours for a snake to bring a bird
r completely under the spoil,, which they car
L most certainly do if not disturbed after tbe
[ bird's attention is once gained.
I have never seen a snako charm a frog,
| though I bave seen them catch frogs often.
They are more than a match for the frogs
in a foot race; consequently tboy have frog
> legs to eat whenever they wish, provided
the frogs can be found. The greatest trouble
'is to swallow the frog after catching liiui.
Tho frog ia swallowed heels first. Whether
this is a preference on tbo partof tho
'Bnake or whether it is becauso this Is
the flrst part overtaken and laid hold
lot, I do not know.    When  caught tbo
Toor frog erlea out In the most pitiful tor-
ror.  Thon the struggle of lifo and doath
begins, with determined animal instinct ou
tho part of the snake; nay, I might say
with devilish triumph—for he knows that
victory is euro in the end—and almost human horror on tho frog's part.  The instant
ii snake seizes a hind leg it is swallowed,
nnd the hard part of tho job is to get hold
of the other leg without releasing the one
do already has. The frog soon finds it useless to struggle to release the leg already
swallowed by the snake, and seems to realize that ita only hope Is to keep the leg
Unit ia free out of that horrible mouth
•which has Buoh wonderful suction power.
1 once saw a garter snake push a frog over
ihirty yards endeavoring to force tho leg
Tif the frog that was freo against some ob-
■b traction, tbat it might get a bold upon that
^lI.-so.  It finally succeeded, and the strug-
"o was soon ovor after that.  When both
hind logs are onco in the snake's powera
I .leoper horror seems to take possession of
he poor little ereature who has battled bo
furdfor lifo; its eyes dilate with terror
ind assume a glassy stare, its whole body iB
tupefled, paralyzed with an awful dread of
ts impending fato.  The snake does not
wallow, It crawls ovor Its prey. It doe*) bo
>y moans of strongly contracting muscles
li the throaty	
MEN AND CLOTHES.  ,
^Bright Woman Writes Abont the Pus-
Mlness of the Male Sex. -.->,-,-  .- -■
| A lady signing herself Kate True has tftk-
j*i "It up" for tlio women in the columns of
lio Detroit Froo'Pross. Kate says: I attend*
i a woman's meeting the other day whore
lino of tho representative women of Bos-
u were assembled.  The Bubject under
scussion was "dress."  After the ethical
de of dross had beon duly considered, and
ie decollete gowns Jrowned upon, ouo
| vcot-voiced sister arose and said:   "Why
Mild we not be sensible like men; they are
river bothered about their clothes; a dross
| lit was always a dress suit!"   Hooked nt
o speaker curiously; she was in earnest:
id then 1 remembered that sho belonged
Unit estimable class called spinsters, and
d not know auy hotter.  In all tho tips
id downs and ius and outs of this kaleldo-
iopio world I recall certain scenes lu a
mseholdof men whon dressing fora par-
I remember, with certain nervous
Iinges, the demands  for   needle   and
■cad; the utterances, not sweot,   but
on/;, concerning a delinquent tailor; the
ji*y twitchlngs given an innocent neck*
, und the fearful denunciations of some
'•nwny laundress,
'Men never bother about their clothes*"
uts and angels defend usl  It takes a
man with a man attachment and a quarto of brothers to understand the true in-
rdnoss of tho masculine toilet   When
6m Debutant has a suit fresh from tiio
■ilor's ho is moro finicky and fussy about it
Ian auy woman.  If there is a faint sag*
f st ion of a wrinkle across the shoulders,
Lckit goes, and Is considered a "misfit."
ja to tho pantaloona, have I not twisted iny
Ick even worso than any photographer ever
Id to sea if thoy were not a trifle too long,
| too short, and didn't I consider them a lit*
Qfluahln the rear, or a little snug at the
iocs, or a trifle too springy at the bottom I
| If men "do not bother about clothes,"
hy were crazy quilts ever mado to use up
I e superfluous neckties abandoned as out
'style!  As to cosmetics, Tom Debutant
Is ten to every one of his Bister's, and por-
ime** are tho delight of tho masculine nos*
lis.   Ask your druggist who buys them,
id thou ask every wife who uses them up
ir hor. Only the other day a bright woman
■marked concerning a popular physician
tat he was tho "Ottar of Roses" in the
orning, "German Cologne" at noon aud
Sorso" at night. „«-. •
Go on in tho innocence of your spinstorlal
sari - most learned maiden, but believo me,
hon I tell you, from tbe mountain top of
ipcricnee, that for unadulterated fusui-
r-ss, from the end of a waxed mustache to
o too of a pump, or tbe fractional section
a white cuff below a coat sleeve, the sex
at swears "bothers" more about clothes
inn wo poor sinners. In this respect they
:e "superior."    -■ -;: __.it _+--..■ ^-^
MAX O'RELL'S IDEAS.
xii-ncts from tho Bright  Frenobman'f
Boole on Brother Jonathan. *.«•
If good stylo consists in not doing what
io vulgar do, good style in America ought
consist for oue thing in wearing no dio*
onda—unless democracy should demand
io sign of equality. Diamonds are worn
y the women of fashion, the tradesman's
ifo, shop girls, work girls, servants—aU
io womankind. If you boo a shabbily
-essod woman who has not a pair in her
rs, you may tako it for granted that she
as put tbem la pawn. Naturally, In
morion, as elsewhere, all that sparkles is
ot diamonds.      .
There Is a pronounced childish sido to the
laraotor of all Americans,  In less than a
■ - itiiry they havo stridden ahead of nit the
Jons of tho Old World; they ^re aston*
icd at their own handiwork, and, like chll-
•en with a splendid toy of their own man*
uoture in their hands, tney say to you:
iok, juBt look, Is it not a beauty?"  Audi
idecd, tho fact ts that, for him that will
look at it with unprejudiced eyes,   tbe
Wiievouiont Ib limply marvelous.
Should a minister Indulge in unorthodox
icoi-IcB ln the pulpit, the Eastern man will
intent h'msolf wltb Bhaldng his head and
:olng to another ohurch to perform his de-
otions tho Sunday after. The Pennsylva-
ilim will open a violent polemic in the new**
inperu of the locality.   Tha Kansas man
rill wait for tho minister atthe church door
Ihd pivo him a Bound thrashing.
American hospitality Is princely.   You
ire not, often invited, even In houses where
he daily menu is of tbe most appetising, to
ronmlshnro the family dinner. You are
mt in vlted to dine, a fete Is got up for you.
[f this can not be arranged you may not bo
nvlted at all. '*$SP-*'    y-w-
Amerlca suffers from thia atate of thing*.
riiecountry's genius, Instead of oonseorat*
ng ull its time to the production of works
which would tend to elevate tho ideas aud
iBpirntlons of tbe poople, Is obliged to think
>f money-making. m*
To tlie American woman tho diamond is
tot nn object of luxury, It Is an object of
irimo necessity. * AU English did maid
KvoiiM do without her tea before an Amerl*
tan woman would go without diamonds.
f Tlie well-bred American Is to my mind a
Impi'V combination of tho Frenchman and
|oEnglishman, having loss stiffness than
Be hitter and morp simplicity than the for-
™ he character of tbo American Ib English
from Mil!-'net of view of its contrasts and
ffltjfiln.illotions, which nro still more acoentu*
lotcil lu him Hum of the English num.
TJils iiot'cafllty (or being rich Is the ro*
VOfsoHiilouE thomornl In Amui-ien. whore,
mm'.' limn iinywlioru else, talent without
money ia a uboIcbs tool,    „,.   ,
It Makes
You Hungry
«I havo used Fame's celery Compound and it
has had a salutarj
effect. It invigorated the system und 1
feci like a new
man. It Improve!
the appetite and
facilitates dl
UOt."    J. T. COPE-
. lakh, Primus, s. o.
Spring medicine meansmore now-o-dnys thou it
did ten years ago. The wintcrof 1683-sd hasiefl
the nerves all fagged ottt. Tho nerves must be
strengthened, tho blood purified, liver and
bowels regulated. Palne's Celery corapound-
'*••> Spring medicine of today-does nil this,
as nothing else con. Prescribed by Phpttetcms,
Recommended by Druggist*, Endorsed by Ministers,
Guaranteed bg the Manufacturers to bt
The Best
Spring Medicine.
" In tho spring of 168TI was all run down, I
would get up In tho morning with bo tired a
(eellng, and was so weak thnt I could hardly gel
around. I bought a bottle ot Palne's celery compound, and before I had taken It a week I felt
vci y much better. I con cheefully recommend
It to all who need a building up and strengthening medlcluc." Urs.E A. Dow, Burlington, Vt,
Paine's
Celery Compound
Eb a unique tonic and appetizer. Pleat-ant to
the taste, quick in its action, and without any
Injurionsrenect, It gives that rugged health
tf Meh makes everything taste good. It cures
lyspepsla and kindred disorders. Physicians
 "*" it. |i,oo, bu lor 16.00. Druggista
W*ttia,Rlt.1IiIlD80H&CO.,     •    MONTH-HAL.
1 Nntr Utilt ._ilmi<i«iTt,
ucTffio Foeo§!_ii!£SSS_\i
^TOOTICEL
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THE
city Mr, Newton A. White will have
charge of my business, nnd has authority
to collect nnd discharge all accounts in
connection therewith,eto.
S. H. WEBB.
Kew WeBtmlnster, Juno 6,1680.    dje0m2
Auction Sale!
I HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
nnd will soil hy Public Auction, nt the
Colonial Hotel, on SATURDAY, August
ni*l, 1889, tit 7.110 o'clock p, in,, the following valuable propeity, viz.:
Section 25 (contnining 1(10 aci'Qff, more or
less,), iJloi'k 5 North, Rnnae Two West,
Tow tin hip No. !tS, Range Wfttt, of Coast
Meridian, Now Westminster District;
about _\y miles from Brownsville,on Yale
road;  \% miles from Frasor River.  Im-
}>rovementH-7 acres cleared*, nil undi-r
once, Houso. Burn Woodshed; 2good
wells flrst-class wnter. A young Orchard,
consisting of flO.vnrlotlea of fruit frees from
3 to 4 years old.   Terms cash.
A. M. NELSON,
djy28td Auctioneer.
[Removed from Saanich to Victoria!
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year. . _ ■*■■--•■.•
G. A. McTAVISH,
dmhaOraO VICTORIA, B. C.
VIOTOEIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 1858.
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment to Her
Majesty's Itoynl Navy, tho Dominion Government, Ac.
Medal nnd Diploma awarded at the Col*
onlal and Indian Exhibition, London, 1880.
FACTORY—Niagara St,, ■JiiincsBny,
OFFICES—57 Fort Kt„ Victorin, IJ.C.
dupSmfl
Port Kells
This Fine TownBite, at the Fresh-Water
Junction of the
19 Miles Above Westminster,
Has just been Surveyed, and the Lots
ar j for sale by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Of Nkw Westmikstek, B, C,
Tho advantages and prospects of this
Plot for a future thriving Town are
many.
Tho Land fh tho vicinity is good.
Thero aro inexhaustible IRON ORE
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, immediately adjacent, as woll as vast strata of
tho finest BUILDINO HAND nnd POTTERY CLAY.
On the Townflitc are n numbor of valuable MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication by land and water is
unequalled, by reason of the location of
the Townsito on tho Fraser River and
the Southorn Railway, whilo tho natural
elevation and lay of the land oan not bo
excelled as a situation for a fino town.
Tho ground is open and dear of heavy
timber.
Tho site haa been soleoted as one of
tho most Important stations on the
Southorn Railway, nnd with the completion of the rond, in the near futuro,
must, with all its othor advantages,
spring into prominence at once,
Those who apply early will have tho
pick ot tho Lots.
A oloar title given with ovory purchase,
Partied wishing Lots can apply oa well,
on tho premises, to
HENRY KELL8,
ilmyOto __w______
irtpp's Sale!
KNDEU INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE
Moitt'tigeo, I will noli by Auction, on
KSDA Y tlio Blh day of August next, at
11 o'clock ii. in., ut T. D. Cyr-B Stables,
Trounce Alley, Vancouver*-U head of
WORK-OXEN. 1 HORSE, lot of YOKES,
CHAINS, BLOCKS und other Logging
Outfit.
T. J, ARMSTRONG.
For particular., apply to T. J. akm-
STuuKf', New Westminster, or to W. ft.
PATTBllBON, Vancouver. daultd
Great Removal Sale!
 OK	
BOOTS UHOES
AS 1 1.S1 END MOVINI1 NKXT DOOR
lo cily linker'', I will ofTor for tlio
next llflbvn duys,
16 PER  CENT. OFF
On iill cash purchases.
A. B. WINTEMUTE,
Sign of tho"ButIHIo."
New West., July 21,188(1.       dwjWtc
NOTIOE.
In the Supreme Court of British
Columbia.
Between WILLIAM TIETJEN, Plaintiff
And       JAMES HAULING, Defendant
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT
an Order hearing dato tbo Kith day
of .Iniv Itistmit lins been grunted Inthe
above action, restraining tho Defendant,
his servants and agents, uutl I the trial of
the null I act fou fiom, nmong other things,
using the word "Miilnlnml" In or npon
nny boxesnr labels upon boxes of cigars
manitfn*!tiii'f-d by or for him.
ARMSTRONG & ECKSTEIN,
rinlntilT's'Solicitor!-.
Dated 18th July, 18811. d.ly ISml
Auction Sale!
A SALE RY PUBLIC AUCTION OF THB
Real antl I-m-sonnl Estnte of the lute
Dn. Loftus R. MoInnes will be held at
tno COLONIAL HOTEL, New WestminBter, B.C., on
Saturday, August 31,1889,
At 7.I10 o'eloclt p. m., by A. M. Nelson,
Auctioneer. « hen tho following valuable
property will bo sold without reserve to
thi; IiIkIh.'sI■liMiltii1.
Ti'itMH-Ten percent., down am) the rental nd- r in ten dnys from date of sale.
CITY PROPERTY.
LOT 10, BLOOK XVlil-WxliM feet, together with DWELLING HOUSE nnd
outrhniiscs, bid in,* tho residence of tlio
late Dr. L. R. Molnnes.
LOT 12, BLOCK G-Merchants' Hquare-
wm,
LOT 8, BLOCK G-Merchauts' Bquiire-
H-'xili;; foundation piled und capped,
ready ror building.
DISTRICT PROPERTY.
N. E. fractional Vk Bee. 28, Township 3—
eimlninlot! 104 acres. This valuable
pieco of land Is bounded tiy Boundary
Buy on the enst, nnd by a gazetted road
on tbe nortb; lsfeneodoiitwohIdofi,nnd
for agricultural purposes cannot he surpassed by nny land in tho province.
E. y of E. y, ot Sec. 8, Townships, being y
mile In width by 1 mile in length; containing UK) nores, and having about 10
ncres under fence, a dwelling houso
18x20 feet, a barn HOxSO feet, and sheds
adjoining. Much of the nbove laud is
opon nnd very easily cleared aud excellent for agricultural purpose**.
W.yot E, y of Bee. _, Townships, being
li mile In width by 1 mile In length;
containing 1U0 acres timbered lnnd; sOif
flrst-olass quality.
N. E. "( ftocm). Group I, containing -JO
acres timbered land lying Im miles from
C. P. It. and 3 miles from Port Moody.
PORT MOODY TOWN PROPERTY.
Silb*il I visions of Lot 201, Group I 'M'lVrny
Proporty).
Fractional Lots 2 & 8,     Block 2
Full "    I2.I3AIJ, "    2,
Fractional "   it. "   8:   half
required by C. P. R. [not Nettled for].
Full Lot 7, lllmik 3.
" "  18,    "     5.
Sub-divlslons of Lot 202, Group I (Clark
Properly1.
Lots Hi, 42,44 A 45. Blook?.
"   13 & 10, Block ii; required by c. P.R.
[not settled ror].        ,
Kub-illvlsioiis of Lot 208, Group I (Boaven
Property.)
Lots 15 A III, Blook M.
PERSONAL PROPERTY.
1 Horse, Harness, Ruggy, Cutler, Hnddlo
& Bridle. Jewelry, Shot-Gun, Otllce Furniture, Surgeon's Chair,  Instruments,
Drugs, M eil I el ims, Medloal Rooks, dtc.
dllylfltd
0. BYRNES, - AUCTIONEER.
AUCTION
ZPXlOfX2_roX__2_,
TOWNSITE OF HASTINGS
New Westminster District.
Thursday, Aug.  IA,
AT II O'CLOCK A. M,
1HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY THE
Hon. Cbier Commissioner or Lands
nnd Works,on behalf nr tho Provlnciul
Government, to sell by Auction,
AT VANCOUVER,
Townsite of Hastings I
Lots 21 nnd 22, and the fractional pnrU or
Lots 10, 11,12,13,14, These Lots will be
sold subject to tho valuation of the 1m-
provemonts thereon,
80 Suburban Rlocks of Lnnd
Ranging from 21,: to 4 acres eaoh, stir*
rounding Hastings Pnrk. These Blocks
are situate on the East, West and South
aides of this fine Park, which contains 100
ncres. This property Is on a litre elevation above llniT'ird Inlet, and overlooks
this magnificent hnthnr, nnd may bu considered tho finest Residential Property of
the City of Vnncouvor.
—ALSO—
00 RLOCKS OF LAND
In the samo Township, extending south*
ward from thn nbovo lnnds. nml ranging
from 10 to 2."*neres ench, taking In the full
width of the Townsite.
—Alio—
Now WcstiiiliiRtcr District*
Eighteen minrler-soetlons In Lots 885,831,
lm, m, UO, ir-0. ns iiermapof tho District. Theso lots nro well adapted for
ngi'leiiltui'iit, dairy or orchard purposes,
and on nccount of ihelr closo proximity
tn tho markets of Vancouver and Now
Westminster are desirable properties
for families socking homes or for In*
vestmonts.
Maps or the various properties will be
Issued, Terms nt Sale; oiin-tlilrd cash,
one-third II months, lmhuiro 12months,
with lut (-rest at rale of U per cent, por mi*
num.
GEO. BYRNE'S,
djlyiotd AUUTIOHKEB.
W. C. LOYE,
oot and Shoe Hiker.
Repairing Neatly Done.  Cork Sole
Work a. Speclt.lty.
mrorders promptly attended to,
Clarkson St., in rear of Colonial Ho-
tel, next to Rand Bros.' olHce. dnolto
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(Late ov England)
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINBTER.
M*Satlflfaotlon guaranteed,    dwfeTtc
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STIIEET,
New Westminster, B. C.
ur HiiUh'hcUoq guaranteed.      UaplQLo
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH MILK
Delivered Dally to Customers In nil parts
or the City,
Holclf-iind Restaurants supplied nt Special Rates by the year.
FRESH ECCS
Delivered nt Market Rates.
Ordors lett nt M.  Smoi-Ain's will bo
promptly attended to.
-WEAVER A WOODWABD,
djellfyl Proprietors.
Service Bull.
THE THOltOUQH-BBED 8T0KE-P0GIS
JERSEY BULL,
"Governor Moody"
Will stand ror service thla season at Pelham Dairy, New Westminster, whero the
beautiful get of this superb animal oan be
seen and inspected.
A few calves for salo,  Terma reasonable.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
Ralph Booth, Proprietor.
Manager, dmy22tc
Gorbett & Kennedy,
MANUFACTURERS   op
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON
WEBSTER'S BLOCK (UP-HTAIR8),
Front Stuket,       Nbw Wkhthik-jter,
HAVING JUST OPENED IN THE
above line, wc respectfully solicit a
share of the hade, und trust by careful
attention to ordors und moderate charges
to merit the same. Experienced workmen; sat I-fraction guaranteed.
Estimates furnished forGnlvn,nIzed Iron
Cornice, Rooting, Plumbing, Gas-mtlng,
Steam and Hot Water Heating, Ac.
W* Entrance to promises on Mary St.,
In rear of Bank of B. C. dwm hate
TO SMOKERS.
IP YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD |
CIGAR, ASK FOB THE
STREET CLOSED.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
that portion of Douglas street between
Columbia and Front streets hus been
closed to tnitric.   By order,
J. ('. JAQUES,
Chairman Board of Works.
WestminBter, Aug. 1, I860. dun 113
rpHE DATE OP RE-OPENING THE
J Public Schools next term has been
changed from Auguat Sth, 1880, to August
12th, 1880. ft. D. POPE,
Superintendent or Education,
Education Oilice, July 17(1), 1830.   Jly22w2
CITY BREWERY!
Ale!   Ale!
The Vory Best In the Cily Is Brewed by
JOHN W, ANDRZEJEWSKI
At llie Cily Brewery, Agnes Street.
Orilers left nt. Dickinson's Butcher Shop
slinll lmve prompt nttentlon. dive ns 11
trial ami Judge for yourselvos.
.New West., July la, 18S0.
iljlyisto
IT IB AN UNDENIABLE FAOT THAT
OARTBS'B
Temple of Music I
Is the Place to Buy First-Class
PIANOS *™ ORGANS
At such Prices ami Term*-ns will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For prices und terms, apply to CARTER'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC.
Vancouver, B# C.
W Hastings St. West, dnplOtc
SA1MCH_ MILLS!
BRACKMAN &KER,
MANUFACTURERS  OF
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
^■ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
HILLS at Nortii Saanich.
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE: Vlctm-lii.
dmhiSlmfi.
ff. LLeoiarMo.
330-833 CORDOVA STRKKT,
VANCOUVER.B.C.
Importers nnd Dealers ln
MACHINERY
07 ALL DESCBITIONS.
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
 .  dwdeSJOtc
INLAND.
oKTilB  _^_^_^^_^^^
JKTThoy arc not only made of the
Choicest Tobacco but tbov are of
Home Maim fact ure-. find should be
patronized by all good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HULDKOOK nillLUINd,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
k WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRYGOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
l.UNDBOHM'S BLOCK,
Columbia Blree*.       New Wesliuln-tcr.
 noldwly	
British Columbia's MMt
THE   COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO
proparo tm Exhibit/rom Now Westminster for the
Toronto Industrial Exhibition
Is anxious* to secure sueh n colleetloii oh
will do Justice to tbo resources of tho oity.
Any person in llio oity orelsowlicio who
lins, or expects to hnve before tlie date of
the Exhibition ntToronto.suehnrUclusns
are deemed worthy ot belu-f exhibited,
will confer a favor by communicating, ns
soon ns possible, with somo member of
the committee, AM articles taken for exhibition will bo pnekod and Kent five nf
chnr-'utothn exhibitor. The loonl committee Is composed of the following gen*
tlemoni—
Fish and qamk—J. A. Laidlaw, Esq.,
Alox. Ewen, Esq., and P. O Illrroll, Esq.
AOUICULTTTRAT- AMD IlflKTirtU-TUIlAI.
PitrtimcTfl-Thos. Cunulnghnm- Esq., W.
Wolfenden, Esq,
MlNKItAI.H ANH MANUFAOTDllBS—J. C.
Drown. Esq., H. V. Edmonds, Esq.
PltOlltJCTft OF TIIK FORBKT— H. Elliott,
Esq., J. II. Kennedy, Esq,, D. McNnlr, Esq.
JOHN HENDRY, Chairman.
I). ROBSON, Secretary. dwJlyOml
North British & Mercantile
fflEB
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Capital,    ■   (15,000,000.00
Stiliscriboil Cnpllnll, ns nt Slst Deo., 1888,
•12,600,001.. Klre Knml nml Ilosorve.lll,-
212,7*0.  Not Premiums, 1888, S5,»HVI'».
OF  LONDON.
Capital,     ■    (9,733,000.00
RATEH  AS    I.OW   AS   ANY  OTHER
COMPANIES DOINO BUSINESS
IN 1IRITI8H COLUM HIA.
J. 0-. Tuf^QTJBS
Agsnt tor Kew Wostminstor City
ud Diitrlot. il|o22to
adian Pacific Bailway,
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
i-kWNERS AND MASTERS OF VES*
\J sols nnd other Craft- navlgatlnc the
Fraser Rlvor are cautioned to keep within
the Buoys painted Red nnd White, respectively, nt the Missinn Bridge, as during the construction of the Bridge, navigation botween the banks of the River
nnd tbe Buoys Is dangerous, owing to piles
being driven there.
H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent.
"Vancouver, R. C, 7lh May, 1880. dmyfilc
Plants for Sale!
/-IRHEIIS TAKEN TOR FRUIT AND
IJ ORNAMENTAL TREES, Inollllllng
all tlie lending varieties of
Apples, Fears, Plums, Cherries,
 AI.SO	
SJUll FBIIlTS of ovory dcscrlpllon.
Bonqnols. lVreiillis nml Crosses mntle
to order,
ddiraiuyl P. LATHAM.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Itewlr opposito the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTEB,
THE  LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of .11 tlosoriptioii. of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam*
'lice, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST I'bsSIBLK PRICES.
Farmers, Attention!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
FOR SALE
—AT—
Chilliwack, B. C.
ill Farm Wagons.
18 Buck nonrfls.
1 Span well inntchcd 4-year old
Black Horses,
.1 Single Driving Horses.
0 Cows nnd Calves.
10 Head Steers.
1 Trotting Wagon.
IT A Full Line of Cooking Stoves,
Hooting Stoves, Tinware, Hardware,
Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, Crook-
cry Si Stoneware, Clothing, Hat. & Caps,
Drugs, Farm Implements, Houso Furnishings, Furnituro, nnd tlio Largest Line
of Boot, antl Shoes above Westminster
and tlio most Complote Stook of General
Merchandise.
COME   AND   EXAMINE   AND BE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS.
-ylod4w3m
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Sark,
dc.,     Ae„     Ae.
LEAVE ORDERS  AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dniy20tc	
J.W. WINGER
OKA I.KU IN
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notice nnd utltc.von*
ablo Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Stock.
Ordors left ut the C. P. N. Whnrf will bo
promptly delivered. dinliMo
Boots and Shoos!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
sit
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
IST Highest Price paid for Furs and
Deer Hides.
Correspondence Invited. -ULTclei'lionc
Call No.«. djuSlo
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot op Douglas Stheet, Near
CoLumniA Street.
J. FERGUSON,  PROPRIETOR
FRESH   BREAD,   CAKES,  PASTRY,
Confectionery- etc., otc.
Hotel nnd Renluurant trade rsollciled.
All order.4  promptly  attended to and
delivered to nny part of the city.   dmh38y
B. C. Monumental Works
Cor. Columbia and Churoh Su.
New Westminster, Bnt. Col.
Monuments. Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or Granite of Bent Quality.
CORNER    POSTS     AND    CURBING.
N. B.—Just received—tlio finest nunort-
inontof si-nti-h (-iranlfe lilonuiuedtli ever
neon   n Drltlsh Columbia, which will be
sold ui*-brlcea putting competition out "of
the Question,
dwmhaiyl ALEX. HAMILTON PROP.
TIME    CARD.
o. p. ar. ao.
The. Finn Ki™M*-\iii»
Str. William Irving
Will Leave tho O. P. N. Co.'/* Wharf,
Tuesday,*1 hursday & Saturday
I AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CWUIrVHACK AND WAY PORTS.
Reluming Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When snfitcieiit  Inducement  offers sbe
will proceed to HOPE nnd on such
occasions will leave her wharf
at la. ni.
Connecting wltb theO. P. N.Ca's Steamer
for Victoria.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T. L. BRIOGS, Agent,
Now Westminster. dnpSIc
Time Table!
&-*£*, THE STEAMER
HUMBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTEB every Monday morning at 7 o'clock for Nnnnimo, vln Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
Loaves Westminstor every Wednesday
at 7 a. m. fur Nnnnimo direct, connecting
with Island rnllway and Comox steamer.
Leaves Nannlmo for Vancouver on
Thursdays ami Fridays and returns stime
dnys.
Loaves Nnnaimo on Saturday at7 ft. ni.
for Westminster direct.
For freight or passage apply on board,
or lo T. 1* BBJGGB, C. P. N. wlmrf.     dtc
M.A.McRAE
rtlci-chnnt 1 nilor
UEAUTIKUt,  I-ANCJE OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Stripod and Check
SU3,F«II.S&0yWM.S
for spring and summer,
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Columbia St.,  •   Nbw Westminster.
dw*nh28to
VlOTOBIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C.,
OFFER FOR SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
Fl
Rice Meal,
FOR POULTRY, 4c
FOR OATTLE FEED.
-Imli29m0
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses tt Children's
And Where to Get lhe Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
S3T REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season tlian 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   ColT-.in'bla Street.
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STKKKT)
-JBAI.TJIB   IW
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,   Boots A Shoes, Hnts & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, Ac.
ma-KT'S    Ad   boys'    »-cri*a?i:-3.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN,  SEEDS,  POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
N. Vt—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission,  »* .Order*
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. dwjestc
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
'<Out<itoUK-^tibpM-o<UoT--it-i*-1 Cutoria earn Colte. 0-n-tipsti™,
I recommend it Miup-rior to any DrescriDtion I Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
kwnratomo."     ai AKmm,JlX,        I BllJ^orm-, give, iccp, «id promote.-tt
mMOxbidKllri«>Ujn,l-.T,   Iwitiout^ju-ioiismedlcntioiL
The Ceetaur Compaq, 77 Slnmiy street, N. T.
PALACE RESTAURANT
OPPOSITE 0. P. N. WHARF,
Front Street. New Westminster.
OPES  DAI AKD SIGHT.
Oysters served Jn every style.  A cnll
solicited. E. WlfcLiAMS * CO.,
djIySlml Proprietors,
AUCTION SALE.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED has received in*
.L structlons from John ft. Oloth. Esq.-
Collector of Customs, to sell by Public
iVuotion, on
Saturday Next, Ans. 3rd,
At 7 o'cloch p. m„ at the COLONIAT- HOTEL, the following articles, seized for Infraction of the Customs Hevemu- Act, v. 3:
1 SPAN OF HORSES,
I WAGON,
1 SET OP DOUBLE HARNESS.
Terms cash. T. J. TRAPP,
djly29td Auctioneer.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Land i Investment Agency
(£I1£II*-D)
THOMAS ALLSOP, 1
HENRY s. mason,       [ ttt_atmm.
OUYLER A. HOLLAND, J
IIKAD OFFICE.
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON,  ENO.
Tlio Business ot ALLSOr * MASON lins
lieun nieificd In lho nliove Company and
will bo carried on by thn Company Irom
tills dale ns a general Lnnd Investment
nnd Insurance Agenoy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Morluagc at Low
Rates. Town Lots nnd Farming Lauds
lor Sale on easy torms.
Victoria, B. 0., May IIIUi, 1887.  dwjly6
1
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SIN8LE RIGS
At Special Low Bates.
hpi ui All Kinds ef Iiimiij
Done at Shortest Notice.
Dry Cordwood delivered to any part of
the City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention,
iwstables noarly opposite O, P, R. Depot, Columbia St., NewWestminster.
(IJnllte      GILLEY BROS. mon*.
Feed, Livery i Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
*E»*B03?H.IS*,XO'B.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
for Hire, Hacks call nt all Stearaert*
aud Trains. Special nttentlon given to
Bannllng Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Ordors may be left at tho Oflice of Mathers A MliUgan,Commission Merchants,
Front Street, Now West. dsoiiltc
*EEj*i.*B*BISO*ISr SPXt-XXTO-B
-derated. "^Tater
(Direct from the Spring--.)
The nbove will be delivered in New
Westminster twice it weclt. Leave ordcra
with P.O. MCCARTNEY,
Commission Agont,
Douglas St., New WcBlmliiF-ter,   djlyfitc
-T*ET*E-
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWAUT -ff CASH, PROPRIETORS
J. J. WILSON, - MArlACE*.   -
Rules, $1.00 ami $1.50 per Way,
ACCOIWISG TO IIOOJI.
SPECIAL BATES BY THE WEEK OS MONTH.
tssr Parties supplied with nil lilnds of
ICE-CREAM. dlu.vlniO
NOW IS YOUR
IMMENSE   BAB-3AINS
Suits tt Pants
&
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
Wo aro selling the best of
English, Scotch & French Goods
At prices nwny down Cheaper than
Ever.
Call aud examine and wenro sntisded
thnt you will buy boforo you lenvflthe
store. All work guaranteed.
Also-Agents for a new Invention for
Dress*cutllng (bnt oan bo used by n man
or woman and give n perfect fit,
dmhlyl 88 Colnmbla Street*
Ti
BY WAY OF THE
X.X3SXI.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QUICKER IN TIME THAN AN Y OTHER
ROUTE BETWEEN
GRAND SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PAOIFIC COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPER8
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Second-Clnss Tta»
sengers, attached to Express Train**.
Fare from Portland to Sacramento and
San FranclBoo-ITnlimlted, 125; Flrst-
otass (Limited), $20; Second-class (Limited), $ir>.
THROUGH TICKETS looll points Sooth
nnd East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES:
Citv office, No. 184 Cor. First * Aldei
■"Street'**    .
Depot Offiof, Cor. F A Front Street*!
Portland, Oregon.
R. KOERLER,       ll P. ROGERS,
Manager.       Asst.G. P. A P, A'gi 4
Bath) Jrittah (Solum Imm
tetania** Evening, August .1. 1SKO.
ABVERTISINO RATEI Nl THE DAILY.
Transient Advertisements.—First Insertion, in els. per llne solid nonpareil; each
uiibsoi-tietilciinsecutlvelnsertfon,,lets, por
Hue. Ailvi-rtiseiiiouta not inserted every
dny—tlrst insertion, 10 cts. per lino; snbse-
(jiii'iit insertions, Sets, per line.
dlniHtlim AdvertIsemenls.—Professional or Business Curds—3*2 per month. Spe-
olnl rates for (jcnernl trade advertising,
according to space occupied and duration
of eon tract.
it..'!i,ni Sale*, when displayed,charged
■25 per ot-nt. less than transient advts, If
-ni id, charged at regulnr transient rates.
Special Koikes among rending matter,
20 ots. per line each Insertion, specials
Inserted by the month nt reduced rates.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, $1 for each
Insertion: Funeral Notices in connection
wtth deaths, 60 eta. each Insertion.
WEEKLY ADVERTISINQ RATES.
Transient Advertisements.—Flrstlnser-
tlon, 10 cts. por llne solid nonpareil; sub*
setjuent insertious, 7 cts, per lino.
Standing Advertisements.—Professional or Business Oards-Jl-50 per month.
Special rates for general trade advertising.
Special Notices, Births. Marriages and
Deatbs, samo rates as Dally.
Co.'*- must .be all metal,and forlnrgecuts
nn extra into will bo oharged.
BWPersons sending in advertisements
should be careful to state whet her they
nre to appear In the Dally Edition,orthe
Weekly, or both. A liberal reduction ts
mndo when inserted in both. No advertisement inserted for less than SI.
SDBSORIBERS
Who do not reeolve their paper regnlarly,
from tho Cnrrlers or  through   tho Post
OlHce,will eonfora favor by reporting lhe
same to the office of publication at once.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
County Court W. Hi Falding
Situation Wanted "W. A.'
Street Work J. G. Jaques
House to Rent James 11. Gilley
Tlm Dominion Illustrated comes to
•ua this week with n rich supply of
Britisli Columbia scones, includiiij*
emtio illustrations of1 Chineso lifo in
and near Victoria. The group of portraits uf the htufl' of tha Geological
Survey, comprising Dr. Selwyn, Dr.
Dawson, Mr. Whltenvoi, Dr. Rell, and
some forty others, will bo prized by
many who know what services thoso
gentlemen have rendered to Canada.
Tlio Nortli*West is represented by tho
Hon. 1-1, Dewdney. Tlto letterpress is
up to the usual tiiiuk of excellence.
At the Colonial Hotel to-night, Mr.
T. J. Trapp will sell 25 lots on Eng.
lish Bay, the property of Mr. Samuel
Greer, also a quantity of goods flcized
for infraction of tho customs regulations. The Iota on English Hny, which
will bo sold by auction to tho highest
bidder, arc situated directly opposite
where lho C. P. II. propose to build
immense wharves, and if Mr. Greer's
claims hold good It is bound to bo
most valuable property. In addition
to the above Mr. Trapp will also ofl'er
for sale ll>0 acres of land on tiio South
Arm of the Fraser river, opposito Tilbury island, tlio property of Mr. Jos.
Hoakiii, For particulars Bee tidvs.
elsewhere.
A now piano for sale ot Wm.Roidt's,
Front street. tc*
Beggs & Heard,- tiilora, have tt
chango of adv. fco*dny in another column.
Nico, light, rubber-soled Sporting
SIiobs, just received at Grant A Maelure's, *-3
Tenders for clearing and grading
Clinton street must bo in by 4 p. ni.
on Monday.
California fruit has been almost entirely shut out of tho market by tho
local product.
The atr. Irving left for Chilliwack
this morning with 25 tons of freight
and 35 passengers.
On the Oth of Inst month a small
sum of monoy wns found at tho Btore
of Grant A Maclure. *t3
talker & Co, havo Sapperton Lots
near New Hospital and Ross-Mac*
laren Mills at old prices. *
The meeting nt tho Y. M. C. A.
rooms to-night is for mon only, and
the subject will be ''Arc you ready?"
Tho August Bitting of tho county
court has been postponed from Wednesday, 7Ui inst., to Wednesday, 14th
inst.
Tho str. Rithet loft for Victoria this
morning with a large list of passengers,
a number of livo Btock and 40 tons of
farm produco.
Tho rifle association practice to-day
was very largoly attended by marksmen who will compote nt the provincial matches next week.
Another blank sheet at the police
court to-day. Tho morals of the eity
at present must be excellent if tho police ci'iu-l docket can bc taken as nn
iudicflfcor.
M. W. Wailt & Co., Victorio, report tho salo of two Bets of vault doors
for the court houso at Vancouver, and
one set for thu Bank of Montreal at
Nuw Weatroinster.
Tho chairman of the board of works
ia calling for tenders for slashing and
cleaning Melbourne street. This is a
good chance for contractors with an experience in lumbering.
Mr. M. A. McRae, the well known
tailor, haa removed to his now quarters in the Armstcong- blocl., where he
has now one of the linest stocked tailoring establishments in the city.
Tho mail steamer Algernon, plying
between Montreal and Toronto, ran
into the canal bank Wednesday and
sank in fifteen feot of water. Tho
passengers were taken off safely.
Services at the Baptist church tomorrow will be conducted by the pnstor both morning and evoning. Morning subject, "The powor of His name;"
evening, "The apple tree as n type."
The rain that scorned very closo
this morning is not to hand yet and indications point now towards clearing
weather. It will be n great pity if a
good Bhower dot.-; not fall within the
next few days.
The Vancouver lacrosse club has
challenged the Victorias to play a
match at the capital city on tho 24th
un*!. It ia to be hoped tho match will
be played and thut tho old amicable
relations of lhe clubs will bo re-established.
The lacrosse club 1ms lately been
greatly strengthened by the addition
of Mr. M. Cottingham, to its lirst
team. Ho ia employed at the Queen's
hotel, and it is to be hoped ho will be
induced to remain in tho city, as ho ia
a capital lacrosso player and a good nil
round athlete.
An old and weather-beaten straw
hit was to bu Been this morning bung
on Capt. Teelo's old flag pole. What
this predicted could not oven bB guessed at for a time, but it was finally decided that tho signal had no reference
to the future, but told n liquid
"tale without words" of the happy
larks of our rising generation.
Says lho Vanoouver World : Donald Chisholm, M. P., when last in the
oity aaid that the question of tho short
line from New West-muster to thia
oity was virtually Bottled, and thut nn
arrangement was being arrived at with
Nelson Bennett, who now lias control
of the N. W. & S. read whoroby the
purchase of certain proporty in the
east end uf the oity, in tho vicinity of
the smelter, for depot and siding purposes, ia assured.
It is reported that tho Victoria
Standard is to bo convoitad into a
morning paper, and its namo to bo
changed to that of tho Morning Cull,
Since ita entrance into the evening
field tho loss sustiined by its proprietors has been heavy, said to bo about
81,000 per month. If rumor is cor-
, reot, Mr. D. W. Higginsand other well-
known oitizens nnd politicians in the
capital are to be interested in tho now
venture. The find issue will appear
in a few daya.
Speaking of tlto names inontionud in
connection with the appointment of
county court judges, the Nanaimo
Courier says; "Wo hardly think that
any of tho named gentlemen, except,
perhaps, Mr. Corbould, would bo acceptable to tho peoplo oi thoir respective- jurisdictions. Thero aro other
and bettor men, to whom the country
owes moro. or less gratitude, that would
bo only too willing to accept county
judgeships, but thou, possibly, they aro
not favorites with tho power behind tho
throne.
Induction al Norlh Arm.
Tho Presbytery of Columbia will
meet in the Presbyterian church, Sea
Islatid, on Tuesday, the tith inst., at
3 o'clock fur tho induction of the Bev.
J. A. Jallray to tho pastoral chargo of
that congregation. Tho Rev. It.
Jamieson will preside, the Hev. E, D.
McLaren will preach, and tho Rev. W.
R. Buss, and Rev. A. Tait will address
the pastor and poople ou their res'
poottve duties. Tho hnndsomo now
niiinso erected by tlio congregation fur
Mr. Jaffray is just getting tho finishing touches.
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('olden Nuggets.
A correspondent of tho Times writes
from Barkerville: The era of big
nuggeta seems to have again dawned
on this placo. A week or two ago
the Chinamen in the Piukcrtnn claim
found a bunch uf guld and quartz
weighing 'Ai ox., and which on being
pounded up yielded ovor 24 oz., and
boing fine gold wns worth about £410
and a (i ounce pieco near it together
with about 30 ounces fine gold, and
to-day another piece wub brought iu
from Begg's gulch, weighing 20 ova.
Another "strike" which may prove of
importance bob opened by Jarvis Stowart and McAliiuien, on Grouse creek,
and wliich is thought by somo of the
old hands lo bu the continuation of
the "Heron" k-ad running into the
hill, has made Btook in tho "Hard-up"
and "Waverly" look up, They had
taken out 50 ounces out of a pieco of
ground 10x12 tmd hadn't bottomed
it.
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'the Salmon Hun.
The sockeyo run last uight was tho
best this season, and the lish may bu
aaid to bo behaving m a very proper
manner—improving iu numbers every
day. Fourteen boats, Sailing opposite
tho city, brought in 0,480 fish this
morning, all caught during the night
shift, au average of 465 beauties to
each boat, which under the most favorable conditions would bo called good
li idling. The lish have been so numerous during the paBt week that mnny
of thu c-uiuttrioB liaulud out n number
of thoir nets, not being able to handle
nil the fish caught. When the run begins to slacken these, of coiuse, will bo
pressed into servico again. Tho total
puck up to date is estimated at 175,*
000 cases, and the largest pack ever
mado mi tlio Fraser river ia now assured. The fishermen expect that the
catch next week will bo larger than
ever, and if it is the pack will run up
to surprisingly largo figures.
DAILY BBliisM COLUMBIAN, Mw WESTMIltSiEB, B. 0., AUGUST 9, 1889.
ii     ,  ite	
Tlie 1'rlckct Mulch.
A finer cricketing day in all thu year
there has not been than to day. The
weather was cool, the sky overcast
aud the light just what was required.
All that was wanting to make the
match complete was a decent ground
to play on, but that is a luxury not to
be hoped for this year. It waa after
11 o'clock when the Vancoui erites arrived, but though behind tinieas usual,
thoy drovo straight to tho grounds,
and the game was commenced without
delay, Tlio match to-day wns tho
third the two clubs have emtcsted
this season, tho lirst game being won
by Vancouver and the seoond by
Westminster. Thia boing the "Sawing
off match, muoh interest \\ as manifested in it, and Until teams were pro-
pared to do their beat to win.
Vancouvor went to bat first. Green
and Johnston lending; the former foil
for 4 runs while tho latter was bowled
by ltev, H. Irwin for n blank. Uov.
H. G. Clinton and Campbell stuck lu-
gother for scores of 21 and 14 respectively, and both fell to Miles' daisy
cutters. Nelson, Coleman and Be-
wicko failed to make a stand and were
quickly sont back. Fripp added 0 to
tho scoro when he was bowled and returned. Wilkinson, Blaker aud Miller followed, but with no success.
As Vancouver had been put out for
n total of GO runs, the game lookod
bright for the Royal City men, and
when tho Bide went iu it wns with tho
intention of adding at loast 10 to these
numbers. Wilson and Dockrill were
the flrst to defend the wickets, but tho
latter had tho misfortune tu let Green
find his stumps and ho rotired for 0
runs, Bromah followed for il and Wilson for 2. Rev. P, Woods and Rev.
II. Irwin wore succcsaful in holding
their ground for a few minuto--, the
former succumbing with a score uf 0
runs and the latter with 5, both being
caught out. Coulthard nnd Lewis
mado a pretty stand, and won much
applause by their dash aud steadiness.
By brilliant play thoy ran up a joint
ecoro of 01—one moro run than tho
tot'il score mndo by the visitors. Miles
followed with a score of 13 and Reid
wtth 3, Tho innings closed for a total of 111 runs,- Vancouver wont in
for the second innings at 4:15 o'elook,
but as thero will not bo timo to finish,
Westminster wins tho match on tho
first innings.
VANCOUVER—1ST IXNINCS.
WE Green, b Miles    I
Johnston bllnvlu  0
UevlU; V Clinton, h Miles 21
H.I rampi'i-11,1. Miles 11
(.' Nelson, <■ Lewis, b Woods    4
11 Coleman, b Mites    «
I'll GoWloko, c Armstrongb Irwin   I
Frlpp, ti Irwin    U
Wilkinson,!) Miles -..  tt
lllnki i, b Mili-s   2
Miller, not out  0
Extras  3
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■l.STINNlNCS.
Total	
NEW WESTMINSTEH-
WJlsoii, h Car. pbell    2
Dockrill, h Green   (I
Brainah, h Onmpboll ,  3
WoinlseCllnli.il    tl
Irwin, o l-'rlnp   f>
Conlilinnl, bGreen...
PERSONAL.
Tho Rev. Philip Woods, who haa
been assisting the archdeacon of Columbia at Holy Trinity, New Westminster, during the paat year, will return to England some time this month
for another yeara' oxperionco in old
country work, after which he will re-
turn permanently for work in this
diocese. During hia atnyin Westmin*
Bter Rov. Mr. Woods haa made himself a general favorite, and it is with
deep regret his many friends learn of
hia intended departure, but tho announcement thnt he will rctuui and
remain permanently with ub will he
good news to all.
Surrey Oouncil.
Council met pursuant to adjournment. Present, tho reeve, nnd Councillors McCallum, Douglas, Armstrong,
and Shannon. Minutes of last meet*
ing reud and approved. Communications received from Messrs. Bosaie,
Lyness and McOlughan, A. J. Gordon,
John Wado, A. Ferguson, Wm, Collis-
how, Messrs. Combes & Smith; received and placed uu file. Bills received from A, J. Hill, C. E., British
Columbian, a-ul Zed S. Hall; roferrod
to financo committee. Coun. Douglas
reported having accepted the contract
for work on the Hyjorth road. Councillor McCallum reported having*
awarded a contract in Ward 1, Coun.
Armstrong I'u progress of works in'
Ward 3, Coun. Shannon reported
having awarded a contract for a bridge
on the Clover Valley road, Ward 4,
W. Thibadeau, C.E., reported having
completed the survey and assessment
for the draiungo schemo, but tho plans
and maps would not bo ready before
Tuesday, July 30th; reports received
aud approved. Tho pound by-law
was laid on the table. Tho delinquent
tax real estate by-law was reconsidered
and passed. Tho Surrey dyking and
drainage by-law was advanced a stage.
The clerk was instructed to advertise
for separate tenders for tho construction of the dyke and floodgates, tenders to be in by August 31st, plans
and specifications to be on view after
August 15th, at tho rosidonco of the
reeve, Brownsville; also to correspond
with parties desirous of advancing,
upon tho credit of tho lands to be benefitted a loan of $10,000 to 815.000, for
tho construction uf the - works, the
loan to bo extended over a period of
twenty years. Tho time waa extended
in which tenders will bo received for.
corduroying on western oxtciiBion cf
the Kensington Prairio road. The
clerk to request Mr, Sprott, government road inspector, to tako such
action aa will prevent persons from
placing and leaving rocks, or other ob«
structions, on Brown's or othor hills
on the trunk roads. Coun. Shannon
gave notice of motion that at next
meeting ho would introduco a lonn bylaw for the dyking scheme. The
council adjourned until Saturday,
August 3rd, at 1 o'clock p. tn.
Lewis, ti Campbell	
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I tend, o Vrlpp  0
Ann-Not!!-, b (ireen    0
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
.1 Soluble Visit.
Bishop Sillitoe's visit to the Indians
at Pootlauid this yoar was a notable
one, and lhe work accomplished by
him during tho progress of tho gather*
ing is well worthy of mention. On
reaching the outer lines of tho Indian
camp the bishop was met by 185
mounted Indians, who formed a guard
of honor round him and escorted him
to the meeting ground, whero mnny
hundreds of men, women and children
gave thu party e most cordial welcome.
Tho next morning tho bishop coin-
inonoed his duties, which lasted almost
continuously for seven days. On Sat*
turdny 103 persons wore confirmed; on
Sunday there woro three celebrations
of Holy Communion and 132 persons
communicated; the same afternoon 00
men, women and children were baptized; on Monday nu loss than 14
couples woro married. Besides these
nrduoua labors the bishop was con*
tinttnlly engaged in advising with tlio
oliiofn aud head men of the tribe, who
luok to him for advice aud instruction
on all subjects, Bishop Sillitoe was
accompanied by Mrs. Sillitoe, Rev. P.
Woods, Rov. G. Diteham, Rov. E. L.
Wright and Dr. Pearae.
From Hie Scaling ('nii-in!*..
The sealing schooner Walter L.
Rich, Capt. H. F. Siuward, arrived
from Alaska at 1 o'clock this morning.
Capt. Steward informed a Times representative that lio t ran nf erred his
Beal skins to tho sohooner Wanderer at
Sand Point and sailed for Ounalaaka.
On the 4th of July Capt. Sioward had
a conversation with Capt. Sheppard,
of tbo rovenuo cutter Richard Rush.
Tho captain of tho U, S. revenue cutter Btated tlmt his ordors were to setae
all sealing schooners in tho Behring
Sea, irrespective of nationality, found
in tho net of capturing seals. Having
seal skins on board would not make a
vossul liable to seizure, but traces uf
recent killing of seals iu the waters of
Behring Sea would be oonsidured sufficient evidence to carry outinfitructiona
from tho American government and
lake thu vessels in charge. Capt.
Sheppard stated that ho would Bail
from OuualHska in a few days and
would, moat likely, return with one of
tho schooners. Capt, Sieward considered it advisable to remain in Oun-
alaska until the Rush returned and
was in port on tho 15th July, when
the Rush steamed into tho harbor,
dipt. Sheppard then informed Capt.
Steward that tho Black Diamond was
found with over 100 fresh killed seals
on board and was placed in chargo of
an officer with orders to sail for Oun-
nlasko. Ho also reported ( that the
Triumph was boarded by Lieut, Tut*
tie. Ou July 7th thero were fivo
Bchoonors at Ounalaaka, including the
Lillio L. and Allio Alger. Capt. Sie-
' ward reports that ho captured 1423
skins. On the voyago from tho Behring Sen ho saw a schooner, supposed
to bo tho Black Diamond, heading towards the haven of seized sealers, Oun-
altwk».—Thursday's Times,
Wholesale oity Market.
I'nnnilA'i*   Trade.
The aggregate trade of the Dominion for the 12 months ending Juno
30th, exclusive of the Province of
British Columbia, shows nn increnso
of 80,000,000, this Increaso being derived chiefly from imports. The imports for tho year just clcsed nmount*
ed tu 8105,403,440, ns nguinst §99,-
210,374, in 1888, and the duty collected to 822,733,981, as against 821,304,*
700. Tho exports for last montli
were as follows:
Produce ot tlio mine .....$ 459,030
Produce of iho fisheries..    $25fl49
I'niiliieeof tlie foreBt 8,765-810
Animals nnd tbelr produce 2,712,807
Agricultural products 1-887,116
Manufactures     510,514
Miscellaneous artioles      1)5,075
Colu aud bullion      40,558
Total $9,79-1*015
Of the foregoing tho value of tho
produce of other countries was §1,237,-
970. Tho comparative statement of
exports for the two last yeara was aa
follows: 1888, §80,425,055; 1889,
$30,014,550. Thia statement shows
an apparent decrease of §400,000, but
when the returns from the Pacific
coast are in it ia anticipated that tho
oxpoita for tho past year will fully
equal those of 1888. The additional
imports furnished a gratifying increase
of 81,250,000 on the revenue.
111-'. Vancouver Collieries.
Tho Now Vancouvor Coal Co., who
are sinking n shaft at North Field,
Nanaimo, havo got down to a Beam be-
twoen 7 nnd 8 feot thick, which is pronounced of excellent quality. Workmen are engaged in constructing a
bridge on the Esquimalt nnd Nanaimo railway noar tho old south
Wellington track, so as to allow the
track from the North Field mino of
the New Vancouver Coal Company to
pass undernoath. The track from tho
North Field mine will ruu from the
mine to the proposed loading wharves
nt Departure Bay. It is also stated
that the New Vancouver Coal Company propose sinking another shaft in
their South Field proporty, nnd also
running a drift hi their Esplanado
shaft, that will materially incroase the
output from that mine. Is is the intention of this company to raise their
output to ovor 1C30 tons a day.—i'Vce
Press,
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
It is stilted tliat a measure will be
introduced nl the next session of tho
Manitoba legislature to abolish tho
jury system in civil cases in Manitoba;
also that tho government will submit
a measure abolishing tho use of the
Fronch language in Manitoba, the
government documents only to bo
printed in ouo language, the board of
education to ho wiped out und a port*
folio of minister of education created.
This will do away with the popular
superintendent of education, Somerset.
The intention, it is said, is to work a
completo revolution iu the entire Bys-
tcm. Many other changes are hinted
at in tlio workings of the institutions
of tho provinco.
The Winnipeg Sun says serious
friction exists between Governor
Schullz and tho ministers of the crown.
Numbers of ordors*in*council have remained unsigned fnr weeks, the min*
isters claim, greatly to tho injury of
publio business. It is rumored that
tho chiof cause of tho trouble ia that
tlio govornor ordors supplies for the
government hoiwo down town on his
own responsibility and haB tho bills
sent to the government for payment,
To this tho government objocts on the
ground that tho statute requires hiB
honor to make out a requisition for
what he wants and submititto themin*
inters for approval before anything is
ordered. Tho Bun wye thero is a
serious misunderstanding.
Beef,     per lOOIbs $4 00@ 4 50
Pork             -■         7 60 3 8 60
Mutlon  ~
Potatoes-new
Cabbage
Onions
Wheat
Oats
Poos
Hay,       per „_     	
Butter (roriH) per It  0 250 0 30
Cheese,             "     0 14(4 0 15
Eggs,      perdoz  0 20(3    23
Cordwood'retail) por curd  300& 4
Apples, per box  SO pi I
•fclldes'i-T-n) per 100 lbs  4 00     ~
"    (dryl        "          fiOO
Wool, per lb.   6
8 00(3 9 00
100@
60(3 100
100(3 150
150(3 000
1253
    1503 2 00
Hay,        per ton    12 00316 00
" iter (Wl.*) per It.   0 253 0 30
0 143 016
VOWW VU.-NO. W.
Tenders for Stat fork,
TENDERS WII.L BE RECEIVED AT
the City Hall, New Westminster, np
to4o'clock p, m, on WEDNESDAY, Am*
uil Uh, for fhe
SLASHING & CLEARING OF MELBOURNE ST.,
marked "Tonder for Melbourne fit.," and
addressed to the "Chairman of Board of
Works, City Hall, New Westminster."
No tender entertained unless accompanied by deposit equal to 6 per cent-, of
nmount uf tonder, which shall be forfeited
If warty tendering refuses or neglecU to
(infer into a contract when culled upon to
do so. In the event of a tonder not being
nccepted the deposit will bo returned.
Plans and specifications may be seen In
the City Engineer's Office, City Hall,
Tlio lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
J. G. JAO.UER.
Chairman of Board of Works.
City Hall,
Now Westminster, Aug. 3,1888.    dnu3l3
Piano Tuning!
MB. J, K. FIKIiAVHOK* from Broad*
wood A Sons, London, England, and
nwny A Sons, New York, now nt Carter's Temple of Music, Vancouver, will
attend to ordors left at Mr. Zed. ft. Hall's
Store, Hew Westminster. Tuning, gs.
djly-inil
BAKER BROS. & CO'Y
10 Chapel Walk, South Castle St., Liver-
CI, England.
i, Columbia Street, New
Weatmlnster, B.O.
Shipping and Commission
General Wholesale Mesokants & Importers
Auy description of Goods Imported to
order nnd Custom nnd Ship Broking
transacted. Latest Freight and Market
Quotations. dwnu2to
VOTERS9   LISTS?.
City of New Westminster,
■vroTic
JN   aC
voters* 11
OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
Court will be hold pursuant to the
  list clauses of the New Westminster Act, 1888, and the New Westminstor
Act, 1888, Amendment Act, by Goiihon E,
ConuouLD, Esq., Reviser of the Voters'
List for the City of New WestminBter, nt
tbo CITY HALL, on the 01b Dayof Au*
wit. 1880* at 10 o'olock a. m., to hear nnd
determine the several complaints of errors and omissions In the voters'list of
tho City of New Westminster for 1889.
All porsons having businoss nt lhe court
are required to attend nt the snld time
nnd place.
Dated the 2nd day of August, 1881).
d, norsoN,
Clerk of the Oity of New Westminster.
dau2td
Tenders for Street fork,
fJMffl&l
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, NewWestminster! B.C.
[Telkpjionk No. 55.]
14 GLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, EM UND,
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London and Lancashire Fire and
British Kmplre Life Insnrance
Companies.
New Weitminster Building Society,
AccomUm, 1'« Offlco, Dtoceie of N.W.
Oily Auditor., 1886,1887 and 1888.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OP REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRIOT,
and other monetary transactions.
Havo several good Investments on tbelr
books, and aU now comers will do well to
call before doing business elsewhere.
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TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
the City Hnll, Now Westminster, up
to 4 o'elock p. m., on MONDAY, AiibiikI
Sill, for the
CLEARING & GRADING OF CLINTON ST.,
marked "Tender for Clinton Slreet," and
tirtdrfiBsed t" the "Chairman of Hoard of
Works, City Hall, Now Westminster."
No tonder entertained unlcs-i accompanied by deposit equal to finer cent, of
amount of louder, which shall be forfeited
If party tendering icftisoH or neglects to
enter Into a contract when cniicd upon to
do so. In the event of n tender not boing
accepted the deposit will be returned.
Plans nud spec Ideations may be seen In
tho City Engineer's oilice, City Hall.
The lowcstor any tender not necessarily
accepted,
J O .IAQUES,
Chairman of Board of Works.
City Hnll,
New West., July 31st, 188fl,      djIySltd
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Wlien ibe wu » ChUd, sbe crisd for Cutoria,
When the became Hiss, iho dans ta Cutoria,
Wbn tbl had Childnn, At gave then CMtorii
pAPTIST CUtltCH, Agnes Htreet,
ID East of Mwy Blree.. Loid'.t Day
Services at II a.m. nud 7 p."*. htrifcatn
School flnull .i'o C-chS nt !*:'0 p. m. AU
scatalrce; straniers coi\ In'ly wc-corned.
—Rov. Tho.-'. Baldwin ■ pnstor.
METHODIST (l II v KC II, Mnry
Sl-eet. Rev. J. If. W-'l e, Pnstor.
Seivico** nt i' e. m. t"'i 7*i, .p. Sunday
School*1'du bCphi!: ) •..., prayer
Jleeitii-f O'l T.i.' ..i vs et 7--.0-i.ni. Seals
free! B'i'OF*",ei.i i ■'•'■ 'v-nv-et'.
QT. PAUL'S GFU'HUIl. John Street,
O Oppoi'eO ngeHttll. Rev, Thomas
Hri'doii, I'*'-* ■ Servicrt every Sunday
a. ll i'. tj.nnuTn. m. Tiiinstl.iy evenings
al:7*"l o"' oe**.. he; ia fi.ee* nil nro cordial >y in vli"il. ft,- juiiy School at 2:30 p. m.
UU ENTIRE STOCK OF
Silk, Taffeta ;0otion Gloves
Lace Mitts, .fee,
In Ladies' mid Children's sizes.
Also,
nUbl^K Y
At Great Reduction in Prices!
CHURCH OF ENGLAND.-HOLY
TRJNia-*' OHUROH: Hector, Tho
pidiot*. R. ..A'-Y'H CH-JP.CII j Iteel or,
T.io Ven. Are ule..'on Woods. Kcrvices
In bo.h iliu.'c.ics every dry. All kojIs
freo. Doth c.iurolias open nil dny for private proyei'.
niUSltVTKIHAN CHl'HCII (HT.
X ANlJTll'W'31, corner C.i.'.i;uvoii nnd
Blaokwood G s. Kev. Thui. Beanie*.', pnstor. Borvlcofatll a. in;aud to. m.j hun-
day-BChool and Blblo-cl.iss i\. 2.30 p.m.;
Pniyei-meo'lntfon Thn.'sdey evening** nt
7.S0. Seats free: Btrahgors,welcome.
SITUATION WANTED
AS CLERK IN  ANY OFFICE, STORE
or incrciuitll'j  I'StiiljIlsliiiicut,   A.d-
liress "tt, A.," Uil. OAkr. duilSIS
HOUSE TO RENT,
A HOUSE CONTAINING 5 ROOMS, on
St. Andrew's Htreet. For full particulars, apply to     JAMVH It. (J1LLEY,
dauslii Transfer Stables.
THE AUGUST SITTING OK TIIE
above Court fs postponed from WEDNESDAY, AUgUSl 7th lo WEDNESDAY,
AUgUBt Hth,
W. H. FALDING,
dnnDii Hoglstrar.
WONDERFUL   BARGAINS.
Ogle, Campbell & Freeman
lHABO**ia
dwto
SIiOOK.
SUMMER GOATS!
STOP AND READ.
Hero Wo nro Again with Auother Choice
Lot of
ImportedTweeds
Per Express, at
In the City, and also for Fit and Work-
raanshlp.
ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED
OR WO PAY,
Wo will sell CHEAP FOIl CASH during
the month of August, to mnke room for a
very choice Fall Stock.
Everybody como and examine.
Also-AttonU-'or a NEW INVENTION
for DIIKHHCUTTING that can bo used by
a man or woman aud give a perfeat lit,
BEGGS'&HEARD,
Merchant  Tailors,
dmhlyl       88 COLUMBIA. BIR****-*,
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
*CT*E1*W WESTMINSTER.
djlyltto
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
■D2IA.I.JD-B  XH-
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
Choice Famity Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Labrador SZerrlng-s,
Ivdlaclserel, Salt Cod,
Armoui's TJno. WWXexa.e,
jLxro.o'cxx'e TTxic. Bacon.
"FT.O'u.r. Bran. Snorts,
•■HIGHEST PKIOES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE,
«wwiy 8ooullar.Arm»trong Blook, Columbia St.
Jas. Ellard^ Co
WILL SELL THEIR REMAINING STOCK OF
Prints, Lawns and Mm
AT   COST,   FOR   CASH.
Jb'. Ox*v-a!K!,£j-j
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE HANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & Eyc-GlBSSCS la stool, rubber, silver arc gi-td
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, $4 por pair; all siclits suitcil.
Special attention given to PINE WATOH REPAIRS, Havlug learn-..-, tho
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologera In England, and since thon
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of tho best firms on the continent of America, h a suflioiont guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly S years of the well-known finp .o( Sorftgo k Lyman, Montreal.
Charge* Moderate. „     .   -
Mohtreal, Dee., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq,, Chairman ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I nover found a Watchmaker who did so
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not hore to-day."
dwnptito
D. S. CURTISS CO.
AGENTS  B. LAURANOE'8  SPEOTACt.ES.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,   j* 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
Wi&Gi
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
mca-s-aij-A.es
DRY GOODS
—Asm—
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARCHE.
DRESS-MAKING DEPARTMENT will
be re-opened August 1st, and will be
under the management of a FIRST-
CLASS DRESS-MAKER from Montreal.
Style and fit guaranteed.
WALKER & SHADWELL,
ilwKflSto COLUMBIA STBEET.

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