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Array Columbian.
VOLUME 7
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 20, 1889.
NUMBER 17
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
T, 0* ATKINSON,
BAIUUBTER, SOLIOITOU, Ac Ollicos-
MiihoiiIu Building, New Westminster,
B. C. dwto
ARMSTRONG Sb KCK8TEIN,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS,   ETC.-
Masonic Building,   New  wt-ntinin-
Bter,B.C. dwmy-lte
W. NORMAN BULK, Q.O.,
BAnRISTER-AT*LA\V,LANI> AGENT,
Money to Loan. OIHce-Clarltsoii St.,
New WeatmlnBter, B. C. dh*
4 OltllOl LD, MtUOU, A dV.UXVi,
BARRISTERS. SOLICITORS, oto. Oill-
(jos—Masonic BullillngH, Now Wo.it-
niinster, nnd Vancouver, B. C.       dwto
A.C. BRVOONE-JACK, H.A.,
NOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,
Ae, Barrister of the New Brunswick
Supremo Court. Office lu the Humley
Building, Columbia St.. opposito tlio Colonial Hotel.       dapgle
JOSEPH B. GAYNOR, D.A„LL.U.
riOLD MEDALIST of the Unlvorsltj of
17 Dublin. BARRISTER-AT LAW of
tbo High Court of Justice, Ireland. Olllocs,
Corner McKenzie A Clurkson ftt».. New
WeatmlnBter.  dwfciillc
A. J. IIOIilUKS, D. D.S.,
SURGEON DENTIST. Graduate of the
Ohio College of uent.nl Surgery. In
now wltli Dr. 0. E. 0. lir-iwn. All work
skillfully pnrforiiicd. Rooms B A C, Hunk
of B. C„ Columbia SI, limu-s-S lo Vi a.m.;
1-B0tn0|).m,  djlyato
G. \V. UUAN'I't
ARCHITECT, OllliT-Cornor Mnry and
Clarkson His., vyiisliniiistor
dwto
GLOW   -St   'IAVLU11E,
A HCHITECTS.    Office—Room E, over
A   Bunk of II. CColumbla Street,West-
inTnslor, . dte
WILLIAM R. KINU,
A ItCHITEOT.BANlfARY ENGINEER,
Ac. Removed to Armstrong's Block,
Columbia Street, Westminster — Room
No. 2. dto
AV. THIBAUOEAV,
T AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS-
J J man,   Humli'j' Block, Now Wostmln-
I filer, B. 0, . dmylfitc
A. I'. UOTTON,
DOMINION ANO PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR. Officer Room D, Bank
I of 0. 0. building, Westminster, H. 0.
41, riTil'MHtH-lf,
aEAL ESTATE BROKER nnd County
Court Agent, Commissi I oner, Notnry
Public, Ac, Rents collected. Olllf*e—Mc-
KbiizIo Street, Now Westminster, B. C.
T. J. TRAPP,
A" UCTIONEEIl AND APPRAISER.
Colnmbla Street, New Westminster.
AH <:onimissions will receive prompt
und careful htlitiltloii. Best reference!
given wbon ref-iiii't'd.  mhl2*te.
F. C. MeOAUTNEY,
COMMISSION AGENT nml Customs
Broker. Douglas hi., Now Westminster. Agent for Harrison Springs Aerated
Wiiti-r; Vanoouvor Stonin Dye & Cleaning
Works; (.'Uriel's' 1'ulout Organs—"tho wonder of tbo us*o."; Dominion Pianos and
oru'iins; Johnston's I'ntont Knlsnmlno;
Havana Cignrl'iii.tory; Lion Insurance Co
for llvo stock, Ac. Mmploymenl Agency
0'tleo. A select lot of Toilet Articles and
Oriigglsls' Sundries for .sale. Next door to
Bakery. djlyiltc
TURNER, 1IKKTQN A CO.,
MERCHANT.*". Wliarf St., Vloloila.
Agents for Norlb Britisli nnd Mer*
cniitllo Insuriuicd <'o, for Mainland. II.
C. IfKirniN* At'o.,% Kiusljiiry Circus, Lon-
don, H. 0. i    _.     dtc
T
=fSP=
Imperial Fire Insurance Oo,
I. OF IiONDON".
t" tl'ITAI.,       •       £1,000.001) Biff.
Rates as low as any other reliable Com-
jiflnlcH doing business in British Colum-
bin. W. J. ARMSTRONG}
tljly:itn Agent for New Wost.
ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
fcivil Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL  ESTATE,
FINANCIAL, SHIPPING & COMMISSION AQENTS
Fire, Lire .. Mtit'liic Insurance.
Columbia St., - Ol'-'. Colonial Hotki.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
dwjlyioto
R1
RAND BROS.
Kftl- ESTATE BROKERS,
Conveyancers. Collector!,
Anil Iniuranc« Agent*.,
)ffices at
NEW WESTMINSTER! Comer
McKenzlo and Clarkson Shi.
VANCOUVER, Conlova Street.
LONDON .England.
RUILDING LOTS for salo In all sections
f Vnncouvor nnd Now Wostmlnster City.
FARM LANDS ot superior ouiillty for
alo at Chilllwhack, Port Hammond,
iiiUgloy, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay,Lad-
er's [jiindlng, Lulu Island, North Arm
ml Pitt Rlvor.
AIup.in.nd Plans exhibited and the full-
Al, Information furnished at all ourofllees,
W. BOVILL,
ARCHITECT
 -AND	
leal Estate Agent
JEW WESTMINSTER 1-rOffloo, Mackenzie Street,
Pull LIbI of City and Suburban Pro-
ei'iy.
Particular nttentlon paid to Farming
.mills.
Accurate Information tn correspond-
dwmyfiyl
bepherson
DRUGGISTS.
'ure and Fresh Drugs
-ateu t Medicines, Eto
PHVSM-KS'   P-ESOniniONS  Cmefiii.lv
Compounded.
otophone CommunlcRUoii.  Night Boll.
<J'027|0
Tenders for Street Work.
1ENDBRS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
. lho Ulty Hall, New Wostmlnster, up
4 o'olock on MON MAV. July 21ml, tftftii,
v tho
GRADING OP ACNES STHEKT,
arlcod ■■Toiulor for Agues St.," and nd-
■tmscil to the "Cbalrman of Boui'il of
'orks, City Hall, New Wostmlnster."
No tender onterlalnod imlctH aboom-
\iilod by deposit equal lo ft per cant- of
nount. of louder, wbloh shall be forfeited
party tendering refuse*- or neglects to
iter Into a contract whim ciillcl upon lo
•> so. In tho event of a tonder not boing
it'epled tho deposit fflll bo returned.
Plans nnd sped (Ion lions mny bo noon in
ie City Englnoor's office, City Hall.
The lowcstor any lender nol neooBsnrlly
unepted.
>■ 3, 0. .lAaUEH,
ti       i   Chairman of Board of Works,
Ity Hnll,
New Wt'st., July 17th, WHO.      ilJlyHId
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of tlio bost makes; (ll'OSS-Cllt & Hand-Saws,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and all tho nccMiary I Icnsils for Farming)
Policy Blocks, Snatch Blocks, Rope & 4'linln In all sizes) Pitch,
Tar & Oakinnt Tarred and Plain Paper (or lillll.lilll*! Paints & OUs
Inall oolorsi Llqili'l PallltS ill all sliadosi Hour L'lliltts ready tousei Grind
Stonesi "iTall Paper in all dosipisi Brooms & Brushes for all purposes!
Llllirlcatlnt*' Oils; Traps of ail descriptions, uud a general assortment of
Agricultural Inipleracnts,
tT Speoial attention given to ordors by mail.
.T. T. 'VXteL^X? SO CO.,
dwjly3to CoLUMttiA Strjskt, New Wksmiinstkr.
GRANT '& MACLURE.
!
oes!
NEW   WESTMINSTER
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
«T.   SI.   3VEi?LT>J^OKr's
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Colombia Street, ■ New Westminster.
"f-g"All  Summer DRESS GOODS and MILLINERY wi
bo sold AT COST.   Now is the time to secure HARGAINS.'
dtc MES. "--TnT-M". EAB.
Insuranc
i^.C3i-HS3?U,rX"JS,
03E"*E-ECSSi:-3 -
NEW WESTMINSTER, °Z*Zei<\S%
CLARKSON
E STS.
VANCOUVER, CORAN3EBRoTCT0?T0RVaAETAsN0
—ANn-
ANDER.SON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON,   ENG. .07 CANNON ST.
Farming Lands-*Town Lots
OF All. DESCRIPTIONS t-'OR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Culumhia ami Front Sta.,
In contral portion of the eitvi aovcr.il
buildings brinfi good rent-822,000.00.
Lot 4, Blook 7, noar Lytton Mi-uiii'c,
60x132 feet, fronting on Columbia ami
Front StB.-S6,000.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St., 83x00 foot—
$4,000.00,
Also—Lot ami Huitdlug witli stock of
Gooda, ono of tho bout buaiiics*) atnmlti
in tho oity.
Improved Residential Property
Lot 15, Block 13; two houson rented nt
paying flgnte8-$4,C00.00.
Houao and Lot on Lorno St,, near Col*
wmbia—31250.00.
Lota 4, 6 k 0, Block lflj good house,
garden, ko,', choice rcuulciico proporty
-SJ5.2B0.00.
Cornor Lot on Culumhia St.; fuuceil uud
cleared-31500.00.
Houso anil Lot un Columbia St.; ono of
tho finest rosidoncou in the ulty--§7,*
000.00.
Houao and Lob on Royal Avohud, nwir
Douglas St.-S'2,000.00.
IToubo and 3 LotH, cornor Koyal Avonuo
and St. Patrick'*' St.; im better real*
domic sito In tlio oity-§10,000.00.
1 aoro, with 7 Iiourus, nonr tho Purlt—
00,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lut 1, Block 2S; oornor lot on Agues St.;
line resilience site-81200.00.
Lots un St. Andrew's St., noar Queen's
Avenue—§500.00 oach.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Hull-
fax* Sts., near Clinton St.; fino views
and woll Bltuatwl—8350.00, 8375.00,
$500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton-
8300,00.
Lot 0, Sub-Block 10; fine rosidonco lots—
$250.00.
Lots on Tellium St., near Mary—8000.00
eaoh.
Luton Pelhani St., noar St. Andrew's;
fino slio—9600.00.
Lot ou St. John's St., uuar Melbourne—*
$350,00.
Lot in St. Andrew's Squaro--$300,00.
Lots in Block fronting on Nortii Am
roid; finest chanco In tho market fo:
i'bsidonoo or apooulatlmi—$125,00 ti
$175.00.
Lots in Subdivision of I<ot 11, sub-Bloo
12—$00,00 to 8125.00.
Loti In SubdiviHiou of Lot 17, sub-Bloo
13—3100.00 onch.
Lots in Westminster Addition at $16,00
to $50.00.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
grills powder nover varies, A marvel of
■jurlty.streiu'tlinndwliolcsomoneKs. More
economical than tho ordinary kinds, ami
cannot lie sold in competition with the
multitude otlow test, short weight ulmn
or phosphate powders. Sold onlyin cans,
Royal Baking Powdkb Co., loo Wall Bt,,
New York. Mely
Rooms to Rent.
FURNI8HE3D ROOMS TO RENT, IN
M. Oruy's house, on PrevostRlreot,—
Apply on tho premises. djlySto
Farmjbr Sale.
LOT a, I1I.OCK ■ NORTH IUNQE 0
wost, Lnlu Islnnd, nt n l,i,n,-nlti.—
Apply lo HAND BROS., or KDWAHD A.
BHAlU'E, Lulu Island. dwje27ml
FOR  SALE.
HOUSE AND LOT   FOB   SALE  AT
Lndner's Landing, Pine situation.
Apply to A. II. COULTER,
djlyl'wl LadiiGi's Landing.
TO HENT.
A PLEASANT ROOM FOR TWOGEN-
tlomon, with or without Hoard, in
privato family.   Apply al tliird houso up
the hill, left hand sldcol Douglas street,
_________        (tJolOUi
FOR SALEGHEAP.
A FARM AT KENSINGTON PRA-IHIE
conl-ilnlni' Kill ncres; about 100 acres
cleared ami 20 acres under culllvailon;
Iiiih a house anil bam and good fence all
around it. For further particulars apply
to .1. JACKSON,
jlyl5-dt0-wti        Kensington Prairie.
First-class Prairie Farm
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, Nortii Arm, Krusur River; con-
tainln*"2G0 acres of the (incutfariniiij! lnnd
In the oountry; all dyked, woll improved,
■■ood buildings, good orchard (hearing).
For further Information enquire of
MAJOR* PEARSON,
ilmySDlo New Westminster.
WANTED.
ONE   THOUSAND   CORDS   CEDAR
Hulls, four to seventeen feet long.—
Apply to
dtc  ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
MAJOR & PEARSON
Real Estate Brokers nnd
Flnnncinl A sen Is.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life Jliaoolatlon of
Toronto.
Royal nml Lancashire FJrelitinr-
aiue Companies,
0-Sfc.Valitalile Txits for sale In tho City
nnd District of Westminster; nnd choice
Lots in the City of Vancouver.
Persons wishing to buy or sell eity or
rural property should communicate with
us.
Oillces: Bankof B.C. building,opposite
postofflce, Westminster, ami Hastings St.,
Vancouvor. dwnpieto
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DRUGGISTS
Queen's Hotel Block,
XF.Vf *T!:ST.H!.WT*vK.
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY,
dnplte
SO  CO.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AKIl	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Pro-
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Businoss rotating to
Heal lilstato.
— AGENTS 1*011-1—
liOmlon Assurance('tirnorntlnn.
Oomiectlctit'Kli'o IiiHiirnuco Co. of
lliirtfoi'd,
Iiomlon and liiHMT.siiirc Lifo Asunr-
nnco Co,
Canton Insurance Offlco, fid. (Murine)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwseUyl
SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY.
Tho quarts* libers drawn out by
Mr. O. V. Boys are found to be only
5.000th of an inch thick, and are so
small that fully-grown spiders cannot climb them.
The graphophone is likely to find
novel use iu medicino. Every kind
of cough may be recorded, to serve
in teaching students, and for tracing
tho progrea of disease by future
comparisons.
A work on the eclipses of 1890 to
2498 has boen propnred by Rev. S.
J. Johnson, F. It. A. S. Among
other curious facts it shows that in
1917 Uio extremely rare maximum
number of seven eclipses will occur
and in an interval slightly excoed-
int; a year—Jan. 5, 1935, to Jan. 8,
1936—-will be the almost unique
number of eight eclipses.
The electric beam from the Eiffel
tower lantern hus aluminous intensity of about 65,000 candles, which
tho dioptric drum amplifies to about
700,000 candles. Oatadioptric rings
aro arrangod to mako tho light
stronger and stronger us it travels
from tho towor, so that in clear
weather it9 rango—if not limited by
tho earth's curvature—should bo
127 miles, with a maximum intensity of 5,000,000 candles.
An Enginbbring Novelty.—A
submarine bridgo between Sweden
and Copenhagen is proposed by a
Swedish engineer. It would be two
and a half miles in length, of 100
feet spans, and would be submerged
suiliciently to allow ships to pass
over it. It would be a doublo tube,
with an outer skin of iron, an inner
ouo of steel, and the space between
filled with concrete, and would carry
a singlo line of rails. The piers, 100
feet apart, would he ordinary caissons filled with concrete
Drift op Atlantic Waters.—
Of 1,675 numbered floats cast into
the North Atlantic under the direction of Prince Albert of Monaco,
146 havo been recovered at various
points on the seaboard. The courses
tbey have taken appear to demonstrate a circular movement of the
surface of tho water round a point
somewhere to tho southwest of tho
Azores. The outer edge of this
current sots east northeast to tho
neighborhood of the Kuglish Chan
nel where it is deflected southward
along the coasts of Europe and
Africa to tho Canaries, thonce tending southwest to tho equatorial current, thus completing the circuit by
merging in the Gulf Stream.
Fisn Poisoning, — Fishermen
avoid red mackerel as poisonous, according to Mr. J. L. Hamilton, F.E.-
O, S., and in Guadaluupe a red-
boned mackorol is used as a rat-
poison. Over seventy kinds of food
fishes are now known which, within
a few hours after doath, undergo sucli decomposition in thoir bodies
or ilesh as to give rise to posionous
symptions after being eaten by man.
Tho blood and lymph of all healthy
living fish are stated to be swarming with bacteria, and Mr. Hamilton therefore recommends the bleeding and gutting of fish immediately
after capturo. Tho subject of fish
poisoning is looked upon by the
Russian Government as so important that it offers in 1894 a prize of
5,000 roubles for the best essay on
the nature and care of the affection.
Would Measures,—The astonishing statement was lately made to
the French academy of sciences, by
M. de Malarce, that only about 42,-
000,000 inhabitants of the civilized
world liavo neither metric nor decimal systems of weights and measures, In 1887 the metric system
was compulsory in countries aggregating in population 302,000,000
—an increase of 53,000,000 iu ten
yoars; optional in countries with a
population 97.000,000; and legally
admitted in principle and partially
applied in countries having u population of 395,000,000—an increase
of 54,000,000 in ten years. Tiio
metric system is thus legally recognized by 794,000,000 people; and
China, Japan and Mexico—with an
aggregate population of 771,000,000
—havo systems that aro daolmnf
but uot metric.
The Would Lanouaok.—Hardly
any philosophic linguist, declares
Prof. F. A, March, attempts to forecast the future without some discussion of tlio destiny of English, and
De Oandolie calculates that within
a hundred years English will bo
spoken bv 800,000,000 of men. At
present the population either speaking the English language or under
the denomination of English-speaking peoples numbersjmoro than(318,-
290,000, or one-fourth tho population of the globo. Tho English-
speaking races occupy one-fourth
of tho dry land of the earth, and
own nearly two-thirds of the tonnage of ships. They live in all
regions; they handle all articles of
trade; thoy preach to all nations;
they command ono-half of world's
gold nnd silver; and distribute moro
tlian two-thirds of tho bibles and
testaments. Moro than one-half of
the lotters mailod and carried by
the postal service of tho world aro
written, mailed and road by the
English-speaking population.
A man was soon leaving the M011-
iionilo churoh north of lirighbn,
Thursday ni(*ht, nnd shortly after
suii'lce issued from tho chimney. On
examining tho stove noxt morning the
head of a child with the body cremated
wns found.
BEHRING'S SEA.
Sir Julian Pauueefurtc Carries to
England Draft of Treaty Anent Beliriug's Sea.
Au English Syndicate Invests Five
Million Dollars iu lliuneapo-
lis Wheat Elevators.
Auother Couuty Seat War Breaks
out in Peaceful  Kansas and
Citizens ure Arming.
Children Cry for Pitcher' j Castoria
a imsim.1* solution.
Nkw York, July 20.—It ib reported
thnt Sir Julian Buuncofurte, who sailed
for Europo to-day on tho Etruria, car-
with him a rough draft of an agreemont between Groat Britain aud
United States corerim* thu Canadian
and Buhring Son questions, which will
ho submitted to Lord Salisbury for
ciinaidoralton and suggestion,
mi*** WRBOKAaa,
Washington, July 20.—Acting sec-
rotary liatchulor, of (lie treasury dopt.,
haa telegraphed tho collector of customs at Sau Francisco to admit free of
duty nil wreckage of the U.S.S. Trenton from Samoa, consigned to tho commandant of Mare Island navy yard.
msaU.STED M1TCIIKLL.
New York, July 20.—Charlie Mitchell sailed for England to-dny on the
s.B. Etruria, und with him wont the $250
that Norris, of Mississippi, has been
seeking. Churlio did not appear to be
afraid ot arrest fur ho sauntered down
tho pter to tho Bteamship as cooley aa
if he novor know detectives. Mitchell
said he was glad to get home, and
nover, with tho help of God, would he
como tu this "blasted" country again.
Ho was accompanied by his wife and
Pony Moore.
STRIKING   LABORER.').
West Superior, July 20.—The
street laborers, numbering over six
hundred, liavo struck for an increase
in wages. They threaten troublo and
a company of state militia has arrived
tn protect proporty.
ANOTHER MONSTER  PURCHASE,
Minneapolis, July 20.—The representatives of an English syndicate,
who have been iu this city ovor a
month, inspecting flour mills, havo
finally completed negotiations for tho
purchase of a lino of olovatora. The
price paid is said to bo about tivo million dollars,
FIGUT WITH HOUSE THIEVES.
Albuquerque, N. M., July 20.-A
sherilFa posse and a baud of horso
thieves had n fight yestorday. The
leader of the baud was shot dead and
two of tlio thieves captured,
OHILI)   MURDER,
Warsaw, Ind., July 20.—Mrs.
Martha Danks, wus arrested and
charged with murder last night. Her
husband Daniel was also arrested as
an accessory. Danks, who recently
became a religioua crank, compelled
his wifu to "-Strangle thoir' fifteen
months old child us 11 sacrifice, claiming tho Almighty had promised to re*
aurrect the child.
DISASTROUS STROM.
Parkershurg, \V. Va.t July 20.—
In addition to tho seven porsons
drowned in n Kanawha valloy flood
yesterday, two moro aro reported today at Pond Creek, together with a
child. It was tho most diiastrous
storm iu years. Every bridgo in the
lower part of the country is gono.
Tho crops are destroyed and scores
of houses and barns aro swept away.
shipping.
San Francisco, July 20.—Sailed,
bark Colusa for Port Townsend. Arrived, Bhip Glory of the Seas, from Departure Bay.
AFTER KILRAIN,
Baltimore, July 20.—Detective
Norris was here to-day searching for
Kilrain, Mitchell and Donovan, aud
callod ou tho oity marahall with a ro*
quisition. Tho marshall aaid he could
not recognize tho requinitio) as it was
not regular.
SUFFERING    DAKOTA
Grafton, Dakota, July 20.—Reports from tho North West and along
tho Dakota line state that the ciups
are in a bad Bhape, tho farmers aro
destitute,, and many families aro famine stricken and sick.
ANOTHER KAKSA8 WAR.
Toitka, Kansas, July 20,—Owing
tb the decision of tho supremo court,
just rendered, declaring Eminence
the legal county scat, of Garfield county
a state war is feared. Tho people
of il-Uiiniia, the present county capi-
tol, pniposo to resist tho removal of
tho county records - and have
heavily armed to prevent nn attack
upon the court houso.
NEW Al'1'HAISER.
Warhinoton, July 20.--Charles M,
Lorivy was to-day appointed by tho pro*
allient to bo appraiser of nn-ruliamliso
for the district of San FranoUco,
TIIEOUEAT SULLIVAN.
New York, July 20.—An immense
crowd assembled at tho Ynndorbilt today to get a glimpse of Sullivan. It
has boen announced ho would start for
Boston this evoning. The efFurts of
three policemen were necessary to convince the crowds ho would bo unable
to Beo thom. Sporting men say Sullivan ia in line condition. He has turned
over anow leaf and stopped liquor. Sullivan will probably leave for Boston accompanied by his brother Mike Mul*
duou and ammibcrof othor sports, Sullivan goes to visit his sick mother aud
returns Monday or Tueaday to New
York.
AN INTERESTING LETTER,
New York, July SO.—An English
Unionist writes to thU morninn'a Tribune : The thcntricnl withdrawal of
Mr, Parnell's counsel, is without question intended to discredit the judges
in tho oyes of tho English poople, but
that this will fail of ita object goes
without Biiyhii,'. This is aB transparent
a design as ia the statement now in fashion in National circles that the; don't
caro a rush lor the report nf tho commission. This, of course, ia simply
discounting tho adverse report that is
inevitably iu storo for them at tho
hands of the throo learned judges
forming the aommisaiou, nnd which is
destined to play no littlo part, I predict, in tho second dofont of. tho homo
rule party whon tho country is again
summoned to tho ballot-box. Could
only tho American public havo read
verbatim roporta of  this  commission
for tho past few weeks, as I have done,
they would laugh with me at the extreme patience, forbearance and dignity of the judges who have had to
witness a series of concealments and
astonishing displays of bravado, lm*
prudence and audacity that I venture to
assert stand unparalleled in tho annali
of any civilized court of law. For thif,
howover, in a sense the unionist party
should be grateful, for the defence hai
dono more through its witneaies to
prove the Times, case than anything
the Times itsolf hu offered, and of this
fact I imagine no one ia more aware in
his heart of hearts than Sir Charles
Russell.
NOT SUICIDE ANYWAY.  ,
San Fhancisco, July 20.—Al- ase of
forgery, disappearance and supposed
auicide was developed to*day. Frank
L. Bailey, a young San Diegan, came
to this city in the early part of the
month and took up his abode atthe
Lick house. Ho forged a letter on
Anthony Sweeney, proprietor of the
Lick house bar, and presented the same
to Sweeney's stock broker. On the
strength of it sales were made and
Bailey, pocketing, it io said, over two
thousand dollars, disappeared on Wednesday last. On Thursday letters wero
found datod Tuesday iu Bailey'i routo,
in which ho stated he was about to
commit suicide by drowning, placing
weights to his body ao that it would
never rise from tho bottom of tho aea.
WHEAT.
New York, July20.—Wheat steady
July 871; August 89; Sept. 85|
Chicago, July 20.—Wheat quiot
Aug. 77|j Sept. 77*
San Francisco, July 20.—Wheat
dull but firm buyer 89; 139j; buyer
season, 147$.
maimed confederates.
Knoxville, Tenn., July 19.—
Some six months ago A. B. Tate, a
wealthy farmer of Grainger county,
deeded $20,000 to the one-lagged, one-
armed Confederate soldiers of eut
Tennessee. The sum was distributed
at Moniatown yesterday equally among
41 maimed veterans. There wu a
large crowd present. Stan and ban
floated from the opera house where
the distribution took place.
southern feuds,
Birmingham, Ala., July 19.—A
pitched battlo occurred thia morning
in the western part of this county between the Simpson and Houghton
families and friends of both aides. A
bloody feud between the Simpsons and
Houghtons haa cxiated for three yeara.
In the flrst tight this morning two of
the Houghton's party were killed out*
right and Beveral of the other party
wounded, Simpsons and their friends
then took refuge in an old barn and
were attacked by the officers, guided
by a Houghton. The Simpsons opened lire and killed Deputy Sheriff Mur-
gau, of thia city, and fatally wounded
Houghton, The Are was returned and
one of the Simpson parly killed, but
tho oflicers retired without making an
arrest. A racas-onger from tho scene
has just arrived with a request that
the sheriff Bend a strong poise at once
as more bloodshed ia feared. Five of
tho Houghtons and three of the Simp*
sons have been killed since the feud
began three yeara ago and many others
wounded. The _ two families are
among the wealthiest and moat prominent residents in the weitern part of
the county.
FISHING vessels seized.
New Bedford, Mou,, July 19,—
The state police on board the iteamer
Nellio to-day overhauled tho steamers
A. F. Serrall and Seaeonnet, of Newport, R.I., whose crews were fishing for
finnan haddie near West Island in violation of the Maaiaohuaetti laws. The
crews were out in boats. The Nellie
seized the steamers end then the polico
went after the boats. Tho captain of
the Seaeonnet voluntarily got up ateam
nnd followed tho Nellie in, The captain of the Serrall refuied to lift a hand
and made the polioe gather up hii men
and tow tho vessel in. There were
twenty-nine men arrested in all, The
penalty is confiscation of the veaaeli
and ^200 tine for eaoh man.
THE SOCIALIST CONGRESS.
Paris, July 19;—The congreu of
tho Marxist society continued iti lea-
Bion to-day and spent moat of the time
in listening to speeches from the delegates. William Morris, from Eng*
land, delivered an addreu, painting in
roseate hues the progreu which socialism ia making in England and declaring that though Englishmen in high
places might continue to deride and
revile the little band of reformen who
hnd sprung up in thoir kingdom, yet
thoy wero, little by little, absorbing
tho essence of the socialistic creed and
carrying socialism into practical politics to a degree that socialist! them*
selves scarcely dreamed of half a dozen
years nfjo. The aubject of tho rccont
appointment by tho Swiss government
of n new official to deal with exiled reformers on Swiss soil, was widely discussed, and tho Swiu delegates an*
nounced their determination to de*
maud of tho government that (heir notion bo submitted to a popular rote
for approval or diiapproval.
PARNELL HONORED,
The Freedom of the City of Edinburgh Bestowed  on Parnell
Amidst mueh Enthusiasm,
The Anti-Slavery Congress Open*
at Lncrene next Month. Cardinal lavlgerle Presides,
Two more Rippers Caught Ih the
Act of Murdering Women
In London.
FROM VICTORIA.
Tli. Oak's Win al Ibe Drl.rd Allinplt
Sulclil-....A-1'oB im»llluM-wria.
lendent of Ednrall.n.
Speolftl to tlio Columbian.
Victoria. July 20.—Yettordty nf-
tonioon the wifo of the cook of the
Driard houso mado nn attempt to commit suicide by swallowing the contents
of a large bottle of medicine. The
doctor who was summoned immediately took mean, to save the woman's
lifo by hypodermic injections and tht
use of ometics. The woman was resting eatily in the afternoon at her residence, View street, above Douglas. A
bottlo was prescribed by Dr. Hall, to
be taken in small doses, and wu taken
by her. The woman bas an uncon-
trollablo temper and mado an attempt
to murder her husband some days ago.
Tho cook at tho hotol statei tho woman
did not intend to commit suicide, but
pretended to drink the medicine. In-.
stead of swallowing it aho threw the
fluid in tho grato.
J. N. Muir has brought an action
for libel against S. D. Popo, superintendent of education; also it is understood an injunction has been asked
for by Mr. Muir restraining the latter
from taking away his (Mr. Muir's) certificate to teach in tho province, The
alleged libel is said to be contained in
a letter written by tho superintendent
to tho plaintiff.
FARNEU, HONO'lEl).
Edikbuko, July 20.—The freedom
of the city was conferred upon Parnell
to-day with impressive ceremonies.
Much enthutiatm wu manifnted for
the Irish leader u he passed through
the atreet. on hi. way to the ceitmony,
and was he heartily cheered by the vut
crowds. In his speech of acknowledgement, Mr. Parnell referred to
the trial at London, and said if he had
known that the conditions of the trial
were suoh as to block enquiry into the
Pigott conspiracy he would never
huvo entered the couit. lie assorted
that_ the clue to the forgeries wu established by accident, and not through
any investigation of tho special corn-
commission.
MCMIIXAK's son.
London, J uly 20.-Great anxiety ia
_u ., .... a:..— ' .  .   ..."   _.
felt at the disappearance of a son of
publisher MoMillau,  who   left
the
Broussa ten days ago to ascend the
Olympus, It is feared some accident
has happened to him.
FABIUUT DEAF.
London, July 20.—Mme. Christine
Niisson hu become partially deaf, u
a reault of recent illness.
A MOBFHINE FIEND.
London, July SO.—Mr. Danish,
Sarah Bernhardt', husband, hu been
sent to a private asylum suffering from
melanoholia and threatened insanity,
the result of exceasire indulgence In
tho morphine habit.
ANII-SLAVE CONOR-MS.
London, July 20.—The international anti-alare congress opens at Lu-
oenio August 4th. Cardinal Lavigerie
will preside, and services will be held
daily. Forty negro slaves, who bave
boon redeemed by the missions of Central Amerioa, will chant prayers in the
Roman Catholic cathedral. The congress will be composed chiefly of Roman Catholic priests. Cardinal lavigerie hu been recommended by the
Popo to a number of the cardinals u
his successor in the Vatican.
TROOPS FOR CRETE.
Constantinople,'July 20.— In consequence of the threatened uprising in
Crete, the porte will aendtroopa to that
Island.
can't speak
_j. Pkteesddru, July 20.—The
Grand Dake Constantine, the esar's
uncle, has lost his power of speech by
a ttroke of paralysis.
BU-CXADB ABANDONED.
Rome, July 20.—The blockade nf
Eut African ports, near Zanzibar, bu
been abandoned by Italy.
WAREHOUSES   BURNED.
Liverpool, July 20,—The cotton
warehouses on Grundy street were
burned to-day.   Lota 1300,000.
ANOTHER RIPPER CACOHT.
London, July 20.—At 3 o'clock this
morning the thrieka of a woman were
hoard near St Georgo'i buildings In
Whitechapel district. A few minutes
after the police caught a man running
away with a knife in his hand. The
polioe then entered the building and
found a woman's body terribly mutilated. It Is believed that the perpetrator of all Jack the Ripper's murders hu been captured at lut.
THE TRUE BIPFER.
London, July 20.—The man who
surrendered to the police yesterday hu confessed he committed tilt
crimes attributed to "Jack the Ripper."
He uys his name is William Brodie.
To-day he told a magistrate hia confession waa true. The magistrate remanded him for a week.
ANOTHER BIPFIB,
London, July 20.—At 2 o'clock
this morning a murderous attack wu
made on a woman on the Surrey aide
of the Thames, about 2 miles from
Whitechapel aud on tho opposite side
of the river. The man wu armed
with a knife and the police, attracted
by the ahrieka of tbe woman, arrived
on the scene in time to capture the
would-be assassin. They looked up
the woman and man. The woman
may recover. The Identity of the
man is not established, but hopes are
entertained ho may be the "Ripper."
BOYALOHANOIS.
London, July 20. - Iii view of the
delicate health of Queen Viotoria, she
is making arrangements by which the
Prince of Wales will relieve her of
muoh of her labor on atate document".
The prince, in case he auumed the
throne and new rotponiibilities, with*
et. It it uid, to take the title ol
Prince Regent and to have the use of
Buckingham palace and Windsor
castle, the queen retiring to the palaces of Osborne and Balmoral. In tha
event of thla arrangement being oarried out, Prinoe Albert Victor would
obtain Marlborough House.
WHEAT.
Livebfool, July 80.- Wheat firm;
Cala. Ot. lid.
THE   EOVrTIANWAR.
Cario, July 20.—Nad-M-Jumi and
the Derviahea occupy a good potition at
Wady Haifa. Tht Dervishes have been
reinforced. The British troops at At*
touan numbor 155. Thit ia thought
sufficient to resist an attack of the Dervishes.
DUNBAVEN's BIN,*.
London, July 19.—In answer to a
challenge from the New York Yacht
Olub Lord Dunraven said to-day hi
would not nnd the Valkyrie to America nnleat trial races were arranged
for the champion yaohtt, and races to
form an international aveot, He de.
olarea poaltively he will not allow his
yacht to race with 70-footen for Hit
Paine Cup.
The gaa well at Ruthvtn, Ont., It
still burning furiously despite the en-
deavora of the Ohio gaa exports to
quench it The heat is ao intents that
no one can go near the well to rig up
a contrivanco for putting out tht In. I
mt "im iimi-n
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The Times ia evidently u paper
charged with a mission. Tf thero is
any ono thing wliich tho Times
scorns to feci itself bound to strive
after, that ono thing is, liy hook or
by crook, by fair means or by foul, to
make tho "ins" and tho "outs"
chango places in tho administration
■ of the affairs of this provinco—und
especially to run to earth that particular bete noir of our cotemporary,
tho provincial secretary. As tho timo
draws near for tho next general
shuffle for tho seats, tho Times and
its allies are bestirring themselves,
"early bird" fashion, in tho frantic
determination to leave no stone unturned that might conceal from
their ravenous beaks the pre-matu-
tinal "worm." Tlie worm, of course,
in this instance is supposed to bo a
pretty fat one—nothing loss than
the custody of tho public money
bags—and worth staying up all
night for so as to be first on the
ground. The latest indictment of
the present provincial government
by the Times is very sweeping ond
general, and so singular as to suggest a few considerations. The
Times has been rummaging in the
family records and has discovered
thnt the gentlemen composing the
administration are too old in years
for any good uso—-they have _ outlived their usefulness. To quote
from the article itself: "While undoubtedly tho gentlemon who nro
running the political machine aro
men of ability, it is tho ability of a
generation gonB by. They aro not
the possessors of that lively apprehension of the ultimate destiny of
this province supposed to bo associated with tho influence thoy exert
and the discretionary power at their
command. They cannot appreciate
the changed nature of their environment. •■ * * They are, wo
repeat, behind the times. They are
relics of a generation gone by, fettered by its prejudices, and bound
by its conventionalities. Past the
liey-day of youth, they havo abandoned the exercise of their faculties. Ideas have become repugnant
to them and they have como to regard the activity of the present generation not alono with suspicion, but
with the invidious sensations peculiar to Benile decay, They havo
ceased to become plastic. Petrifaction has set in. They are living
on their laurels; respectable because
of past respectability; virtuous
because of past virtues, Theso
aro their certificates of character'
these aro the pegs on .,whicli they
hang their fitness for continuance
of political power."
The   Times   in   tho   foregoing
concedes that the gentlemen composing the  present  administration
are   "men   of   ability,"   are "respectable" and   virtuous" — a pretty   good   character   to  bo   given
gratuitously by tho   "boss"   opposition organ—but insinuates that they
nro   "Jiving on their laurels," and,
being "past thn hey-day of youth,
have abandoned the exercise of their
faculties,"   As to tho government
living on thoir laurels, it's something
to have generally recognized laurels
to live on,   A government that can
live on their laurels—something that
is vory much of their own creation
— is not likely to cost the country
much for bonrd and lodging.    Wo'Il
wager lhat the Times* gang, if they
can only succeed   in  breaking into
the  public crib, will demand mom
subst--  titil   fodder   than "laurels,"
even if thoy should chance to have
any about them.    With regard to
tho Times1 "strange doctrine," whiob
it appears to Jay down ns a pr-Tiem!
principle,   that, after   u,   man  Um
p'.-Hcd the hey-day of »ijs yoitth, ho
necessarily abandons tho exercise of
his faculties, &*-,-] mus*. bo considered
as belonging  to  t. past .generation,
and relegated lo its shades—bounced
incontinently from positions of trust
and  responsibility, admittedly well
filled in tlie past, to mako room for
new, bumptious nnd untried blood,
just becauso it is now—all we have
got to say is that our cotemporary's
absurd theory ia contradicted moat
emphatically by all the facts of ex-
peri ence^practico and common sense.
Who are the trusted public men, tho
leaders, tho administrators of affairs,
today, in Great Britain, in Canada,
in tho United States, in the civilised
world, we might add 1   Who have
heen at almost any epoch in the history of these countries that might
be mentioned 1 Mon certainly "past
the i.ey-day of thoir youth," who, so
far from "abandoning the exorcise)
of their faculties,"'havo found thnt
their   long  experience has enabled
them  to exercise these to increased
advantage in their country's service,
It   ia unnecessary to- mention examples that will occur to the minds
qf overyone,   Tho-"gnmd old men"
of   Kngland,   Oormany,   the   Dominion of' CUn.'irt-i, iitid the province   of   Ontario  are  the shining
lights, of which tlioro aro «•*»■*■>' Iewmr
in tha firmament, who, boing "past
tho hoy-day of their youth," still continue to "exercise their faculties,"
Able- resptic table, virtuous, laurel-crowned, but no Bpring chickens—this is tho best and worst
that tho Times can say about
the men nt the head of affairs in
British Columbia, Well, everybody
should feel relieved. Tho country
is cttainly safe with men of that
stamp, who can be given such a
character by their most adverse
critic But, after giving tlio personnel ol tho government a wholly
unsolicited and open letter of recommendation of the most flattering
sort, tho Times apparently repents
and tries to belittle its own work,
it sneeringly exclaims : "Theso are
their certificates of character, these
aro llio pegs on which they hang
their hopes and advertise thoir fit
ness for continuance of political
power." As everyone knows, past
record goes a, good way in political,
us well ai- in commercial and social
matters, and if tho Times will bo so
honest as to givo tho government
such an unexceptionable character,
it needn't be surprised if people fail
to swallow il3 inconsistent advice,
and stand by an administration, a
whilo longer, about whom its worst
tinomica can only say that the members are able,, respectable, virtuous,
but a little old. It would be quite
possible to get an infinitely worse
combination. Indeed it would bo
very hard to got a better. There is
another way, however, to discuss
this subject than from the general
standpoint,
The Z-MHtwisannoyed because it has
heard it said that tho present administration comprises tho ablest men
in the province, and thnt ''should a
change of administration occur, the
men who would assume power must
be necessarily of an inferior calibre."
In its vexation, our cotemporary
goes far to confirm this impression;
for, instead of claiming, or oven
hinting, that there are any able men
at all in its own ranks, it makes the
very weak assertion that to subscribe
to the proposition that the present
government comprises tho ablest men
in tho province "would be to libel
the intelligence of this province,"
and then proceeds, Balaam-like, to
curse the members of the adminis
tration, with the same result as in
tlio scriptural records, that the curse
turns out to be a blessing. But if tho
Times is honestly convinced that a
better double team of government
mules than tho ones now at tho public crib exists somewhere, latent, so
to speak, in the province, why, all
our enterprising cotemporary has
got to do is to trot them out, to show
their paces, when the proper timo
comes, and the intelligent judges of
horseflesh who wield the ballot,, and
thereby make thrones totter and
tyrants tremble, will settle t\he question. But. lot the Times-remember
that, on its own showing, it has got
a pretty strong team to pull against.
It needn't enter any scrubs. Ablo,
respectable, virtuous, laurel-crowned,
even it! a little old, is a combination
that yon don't strike evory day of
the week.
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on the iippur side nt tbo principal rcsl-
di'iino ulreel. i'f tlio cily, mul I'miiiiiiindH iv
vl(fWi»f Mic Ki-HHur HIvi'i'i'iiH). und wont.
Tho iiosnlml hnlIdlti,': mul llioLlcwiinl's
rot-lit iu will h" m.1'1 ill I'tuiietlmn.
'rerint-i.fHfilowlll liij-lHeiwh.WliilliT'.
ninntlVd mid ]', In il'C i!--, rnmi tliu
dnlo of nik", nu Itileri'st,
l-OSrllfr-hillll Will llOl';IV..|ll<ll!l(!Jltll'0|i:i-l.'l'
er piirnhfi'.orsoii th"'^iid of.liiiniiiry, M)0,
whon thnllwt luiymonl. of [ho piniimso
money will boilue.
Will hImu be nohl at muno lime:
Lot 4, lllm-li Sill, New Wcslmlnalor
.Oity,   Allfonoiul,
li-il* I. '4, It. SnhillvMnn nf Lot 3. Bloek
y, NowwoRtmiiiHtor.
TerinH-% cush,hnIiniPo In one yonr at
Bt or oont,
jySdtd
T. J. TJlAPPi
Auotlonotr.
Tenders for Street Work,
-n 	
1 the oity Hull, now'Wostminstor, up
In 1 o'olOOk mi MON DAY, July liml, IKsi),
for (be
GRADING OF ST. PATRICK'S STREET,
marked "Tonder fnr Ht. Patrick's HI.," and
tut dressed i<> lho "pbnl^nttin Of Boltrd of
Works. Oity Hull, New Wvsimlnstor."
No tender enterlulncd nnloss liOOOin*
fiunled by deposit OQUnl lo Ji nor cent, of
nmount nf tender, whioh thai I («. forfeltrd
if party tendering rofoBOs or iiogioou lo
miter inlo it oiiiitrnol wlien culled tipim tn
do ho. In thn event nf atondor nolbeing
oooopted tlie depiwlt will bo returned.    ..
I'liitiH nnd HpoollloiiMnim mny hn uvea In
tlio City BdRlnOor'l offlce, cily Hnll.
The lowest or any tender not neoos*
snrlly accepted,
J, G. JAQUKH.
Clmirmnii of Bunru of Works.
City Hall,
Now Wostmlnster, July 18, ism*. djylHtd
G. t WOODS
UNO SUAVEVOR.
A. 0. GAMBLE
Notary Public,
WoodSp Turn ft BamUi
LAND 8URVEYOR8,
Real Etiatei Intmrasco, Financial AgeaU
AND CONVEYANCERS,
i.OEUSra'8 TOB
FIBH.-Tlie Wesloraio! Toronlo.TlifAU-
ii" Tlio City of London, nnii The HaH-
liili'-Tlw Now Vork Uro Iusii-wim Co.
AOtTloiaST-Thb Travellers'olHiirtfbrd
hn nrt »->rv«>-l.i|- Innll lis I'miioliosaO'
niirul-ily nml nr.,i,i|>lly unrrloil out.     I,
° CltV ttiul H.lbiirl,.*. -.til for Hoi..
Wc "im slirtw » oomploul ll-t nl ilosliaulo
"rurmiiiu l.niulM, Inljiriivml uu,l nnlin'
prnvnl.HirmiKlimil tli.'-llnlrl"!-     	
Mlnli,--ai,<l "tli.r Htfiuklmuiflit lintl
S(1*l,i,,.y lo l.'.i». on "ml inortgnsoat
low rftlos. 	
T-tLBI'IIONK OAi.1. No. S3.
I», O. DUAWEK W.
WOODS, TIIRNK1U UASIIILK,
Oinot, Eluis'I Blook,  -  Ounnit Itiih
NEW WESTMINHTER.
dmulllo
F.G. Strickland ft Co.
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Planet, jr., Warden Tools,
Lawn Mowers, &c.. &c.
Tiger   Rake.-f
Sharp's Do.
Maxwell Do.
BRITISH OOLUMBIA HEAT MARKET,
Oiiliiinliiii Slri'i-I, Nor Wcstmiiislcr.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and detail Butchers.
MEAT  l'l l-VUYOItS IN GENERAI,,    I'KESII ANII COHNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON IIANH.
fSTSpociai lines quoted for tiio shipping trade.   Family ordors strictly attended
to.   Hotels will find it to thoir interest to place their orders with tho abovo firm.
dJStioly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBACH,
BUCOESSORS TO W. R TOWNSEN11)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Elttm-i, Huron, Sansii;;i't I*ulii-;iiiis, KU-.
diiol.fl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
Tnn Oolumiiias PWKTiNa Estaulibiiment lins iirst-cluss Iiioi.itios for
all kinds of Oomnioroinl Printing, Bill Heads Letter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of every dosoription, Posters, Dodgers,
PrlOO Lists, If.   Prions will lio found ns low its nt any other officii where
dnt-olnn work Is done.
dwnolyl
TUB SPACE UELONOS TO
H. T. READ & CO
HARDWARE MRHCIIANTK
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Macliine Shop
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
BOBEin? TC.jn._~_r, - • XtXJ*._tVJ__.t-tXlMt,.
■_V_\_A.2H--T__'-A.OT-_TXi-3l-_lB   OI
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH GANNEHY
.        ACKICIILTURAL & ALL KINDS OF MACIIINEKY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. 8.-A11 orders fro
i tlio upper country promptly attended to.
ilwnolmG
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, New Westminster.
insterIillsWoolpnl1
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS-
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS hll Ms of Woolen Goods j
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
  1
JJS* The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills.   Patronize Home J
Industry. dinli30tc.
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
MANVFAClT'-l'RH AND Ul'ALimS IH
All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lnmlier |
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,:
J_.2_T2D  _______  T__T.__T.ZZIB  OV
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows*
Mouldings.
Blinds.
Railings,       	
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolBllwly
Balusters.
Brackets,
Newels.
FlowerPots,
Jt Ahh BIKES, AT POTTERY PllICRS,
for snlo by ALFRKD C. WILSON,
Qnttlencr nnd   Florist,   Hoyiil   Avpiih*-,
NowWefitmlnsior, AoalUollolte*! di7in
To Mill Owners.
-IKAJ-Kl.   TH
li Krl
DllS, MAUKl'D "HUM*
reoolvoil Ij,v tlioi-ntlor-
.ivilii' 'ml ilny.tf Aiimisi,
■   it mo m. root w
{,1011. Ions, Ini'liiiilnt'iiri'l-ifl
" *"''""-"       ''"""*, All
s...
Hll'llfll HP
1880. for Hi
I...I1 ,'i.i.ik
tlllllHT IfflHtlpfi
loli'Ji'ooiUounil In
ItnolH,
MtilPi'lnl to I'O  ili-llvcri'il on tlio tmuk
of tlio Knihit 111 vor nt con veil lent jmliits,
Si'imralo prion, to ba  mutitloueil   for
cednr and flr.
Tho lowodtoruiiy (oudernotiiouomnrlly
nouoptod,
Dy order nf tlio Counoil,
O. 1), 8WBKT,
dJIyl7W CM.C.
NOTTOB.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J
jm I Intend innklni* nnpltontlon (o tbo -■
Iloiinnrnbli* (bo Chief ConimlH-sloner nf 1
Lands nnd WnrkH for iiermlRHloii to lon
tlio following described traotb of limdi
LCommonehigntiiBtakoBltiintod-ioiith \
of iv Inkolylnji.MBtof Beep Buy, DuKolft* I
tlon Hound;  runntn-r Ihonoo •■_)) i-1iiiIiib
sontb, tlit'tu'o 00 ebnliiH mist,   thtnci' 1!0 »
obalns north,thonco20 elininn eiint, Micnpo B
-10 (iliulas iinilli, Ihonoo fill cIiiiIiih wint,
tlieiieo 10ehnliiH norlh. thonco 10 oIihIhh
west, thonee W ohnlns bouIIi, thenoo 40 '■
ohnln-s wost.thoucotoiKiliitof ciiiiunoneo
ment.
•2.  I'miimenelntriil. u ihwI ut. tho monlli .,
of u littlo stronm 00 obalns BOUllI of TIIiIin i
I'nlnt.HnnalHliuiili inniilnj? tlioncn west, '
10 chnlns, south 28 chains, W6nt IS olininn.
smith HI chnlns, west 28 chnlns, nortii 12
ohalns.west l'i chnlns, north 21 chnlns, ■
west 8 chains, norlh (I chains,  west 72 |
chains, north 21 clinins, cast 21 chnlns.
south 10 chnlns, oust 00 chnlns, north 20
chains, cist 28 ohnlns to shore, thenco
nlong shoro to plnoo of commencement.
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
July 0,1889. djlyoral VUlt^i'Ui-'ilU, if
BB0*mmmm*m*''
fENNESSEE  SOCIETY.
How Two of Its Mombor.*!  Fi-oved Tliom-
selvos Iitiual to the Oecmslon.
1 Tlio Chattanooga (Tenn.) correspondent
of tho Chicago Times somo time ugo at-
towlcd a typical .Tennessee wedding nt t-Vim
Lowell's cabin on Sand Mountain. Peoplo
came on foot and on horseback from nil
parts of the mountain, for the Lowells were
"sassiety folks" and had a comfortable
cabin with ton acres of cloarod land.
It was early in the afternoon, hut a numbor of visitors had already arrived. Tho
women woro in tho house holding consultations as to whether tho bride should wear
her bonnet or not during the ceremony and
assisting ber tn tho preparation of hor
trousseuu, which waa tho finest over seen
on tho mountain. The dress was mado of
whito muslin aud around tho waist was a
wido yellow sash, with streamers almost
reaching tho floor. This was thopridoof
'Mandy Lowell's heart; it wus wider uud
longer than any Bash ovor beheld hi that
neighborhood arid tho color wus brighter.
Sho Insisted ou wearing her wedding hut;
"olso what tarnal gocidjwor thar lu a-buyin'
of Iti" sho argued. It had been brought all
tho way from Atlanta, and boon milled to
aftor lb camo until It was a wonderful work
of art. Tho high crown was surmounted
by an immense whito bow; around it was
a beautiful rod ribbon, whilo tho streamers
woro of tho brightest bluo. On ono sido
wub a grcon bow, and on tho other a scarlet
ono, each of which was fastened by un im-
motion silver-plated pin. Tho Idea of not
wcuring this bat at her wedding was not tc
bo entertained for a moment.
Whilo tho women wero discussing the do-
tails of tho dreBB and preparing for the
wedding supper, tho mon wore standing by
tho fence, eaoh with ono foot resting easily
on tholowor rail whilo they whittled at tho
posts and talked of the times whon they
wero young and courted tho maidens who
wero now their wives.
Tho bridegroom had gono twonty miles
ovor tho mountains to the county seat aftor
tho necessary Ilcenso. The squire who was
to perform tho ceremony walked meditatively back and forth ln front of tho houae,
looking quito uncomfortable in tho dancing-
boots which ho had put on for tho flrst timo
since his lust marriago sorvico ten years boforo. -****• ■***
Tho day was fast drawing to a oloso
when the bridegroom rode up with tho
license He was clothed in a dooskinsult,
to which ho had evidently not yet becomo
accustomed. It was the only suit of the
kind that tho vlllago store hnd and the
creases showed that it had long remained in
stock beforo it was Bold. Tho coat was too
large and tho pantaloons too short, but, ub
the merchant Bald, "that mado no difference; it wouldn't be worn moro than onco
or twico a yoar," and to Tom Tilford's oyes
they were tho finest clothes he had over
dreamed of owning. He dismounted and received tlio congratulations of tho guests In
advance of tho ceremony. He entered the
cabin and tho brido blushingly retreated
Into tlio Impromptu dressing-room, which
had been mado by hunging a shoot across
- one corner.
"I knowed you'd git kotchod," "It stands
to reason that uo mnn couldn't go with
Mandy 'thout gittin' stuck," •' I think you'll
malto as peart a couplo as was over
hitched," and othor rough but well-meant
expressions greeted him as ho entered.
The bride's mothor acted as hostess, nnd
lu tho midst of her cooking would ruu- with
Hour still on her hands, to bid her guests a
hearty welcome as they onteved. The cabin
consisted of only ono room and a loft, while
- n shod attached to tho room sorved as n
kitchen. Tho floor was of puncheons, and
lime had been placed in the cracks and
packed tight with a maul for the dancers.
An old man stood in one corner with a
violin. Ho was to furnish tnesmusic, as ho
had done at every wedding in that region
for many years. The women, on entering,
arranged themselves around the room; tho
men, when tho first greetings woro ovor,
would repair to tho front fonce.
-, Whon suppor was ready all gathered
abouttho table, but ato sparingly, for tbo
hostess gave tho caution: -'Don't yor go to
cttlin' too much, for the big supper is
a-comin'; not as I keor for tho things, but I
don't want yer to Bpilo tho big supper."
After the meal tho dishes woro cloarod
away and the wedding was announced.
Tho 'sqnlro placed n Bible und a copy of
tho Rovised Statutes on tho tablo, mid
said: "This'ore court will como to order.
Tom Tllford, stan' up. Mandy Lowell,
whair air ye!". The brido appeared
from tho dressing-room retreat respondent with hor hat, the objections
to whioh she had overborne. She
blushingly walked up tp tho side of her lover
and seized hia loft baud In hor right. "See
hyar, that won'tdo," said tho 'squire. "You
must jino right hands lor marriages; loft
hands is good only for divorces, and yo don't
want to be divorced ylt," and ho chuckled
at his wit. "Now, both on you jino right
hands; that's right,'*' ho added, as they
complied with his directions. "Now lot
looso and hold up yer right bunds and kiss
tho Bible." This was dono.
"Tom Tillford, do you solemnly swar to
tako this yur woman, 'Mandy Lowell, as
yor lawful wedded wife, to huvo and to hold,
to love and to cherish, until death do you
part, and with worldly goods dower hor according to statoots made and porvidedl Soy
«Ido."»
"Ido,"Tomrosponded. ■<-*.va;i-i-
"Now, 'Mandy Lowell, do you solemnly
swar to tako this mun for yor lawful wedded husband till death do you part and to
lovo him and tako keer of him and oboy htm
according to Bciiptcr and statootsl Say
'I do."' -«$riNfr-i
Sho blushingly faltered hor aesont.'
"Then, by tho power vested in mo as justico of tho peaco I declare you Mr. and Mrs.
Lowell -I mean Mr, and Mrs. Tillford—und.
what Qod and I, ns justico of tho ponce,
elected by tlio honest voters of tho i-ounty,
has put togothor lot no man put asunder of
ho doesn't want to git licked by the hull settlement. 1 will now kiss tho bride accord-
in1 to good old custom." *:■: "■*■ -.,. j,
THE CHLORAL  HABIT.
A Vice- Thnt Is Fnr More Difficult to Overcome Than Alcoholism.
Tho abovo is tho heading of a letter oont
(■oiiio mouths ago to a Now York paper, as
follow**: "-is-fj-**-
Wliuu a gontlo, quiet Uttle woman, tho
light of nhappy home, with noo a trace of
Insanity la hor blood commits a dreadful
crhno—murders her children and herself in
such a Bhooklng manner that ovon tho
hardened newspaper reader shudders with
horror at tho thought of It—how is it that
peoplo nro ospootcd to bo satisfied wtth a vordict of "emotional insanity," "temporary ab-
orrntlonof mind," ato.? What causes such
Buddeii and horrible emotions? And aro thoy
midden? Sometimes tha parson has boon'
in poor health, frequently under tho cnro of
n physician, and almost Invariably, if tho
dlsensols ono of tho nerves, hydrate of
chloral hns boon administered either by tho
advice of tho physician or without it, for its
uso Is ho general that ono person will recommend It to another j and any druggist
knows nnd can testify that ho sells as much
of It without proscriptions ao wltb. Nervous
persona who hnvo becomo aooustomed to
Ite use think thoy can uot llvo without it,
though its continued ubo iu certain to prove
disastrous. Tho habit onao formed Is far
moro iltfiioult to overcoroo than alcoholism
or oplmn-entlng. Two yoars ago tho loading newspaper of ti neighboring oity published n numbor ot artioles concerning tho
intemperate use of this drug. It claimed
that many homes wore broken up by it;
that cases of kleptomania. Infidelity, murder and suicide-particularly tbo latter -
were directly trooonblo to tho uso of hy-
drnto of chloral I hope that soma one who
is capable will write WMrttojMflJhtojjulj-
to'thu Academy ui -^i"****! *■- '-^'""H11^
It as his opinion that tlio light omttWJJ
shooting stars is riot «■» ^JWjg
or to tho heat of Impact. In those , n
Hoglons our atmosphere il Wo unjuM*v
tlal to render tho explanation acceptable, t
Is much more likely tbo phenomenon U
ono of Btatic electricity floyelopad W
simple friction, and it la woll known that
rarefied Baoo»,can bo mado to glow intense-
ly wlthtmtvery Uttio^eottkifluld.
&BBBBiWBAmmm'm
UM mi\$ mvM$jM__ ^mmm. % $JM %M
THAT TERRIBLE PARESIS.
Are the CunRiU-.it People Becoming
a. Nation of Lunatic sl-The fright
ful Increase of this most pi miliar
Insanity nml how It is cured;
J--6.
THS DRAIN (j>
Healthy Condition,
Tlioro aro many well known men confined In our Asylums whobutnshort lime
ngo woro prominent nmong our bin-lucss
nnd nodal circles.
Why nre thoy there?
Paresis!
Did It i-miiooiintouce?
Not at nil. ILwiisagrndunlbiitposlUv
growth. Tlioynvorlnx-ed naturo, 'J'liodpiln
on tholr vitality, their nerve powe
tholr bruin IIsmu-, wits toogroill, aud Iii
gradually but surely sank midor ll, Tho
things thoy dill ip bring Ibis snd tin! about
nro precisely lho sumo things being
done by IhonsondHof mon and women
lo-day. It Is not necCKsnry to ni
Tbey nil end ill.sasli'onnly iiiiIonh I'liwiu-il
or regulated.
Prof. Phelps, of Dartmouth College,
know Mil-* fully when ho began bis ox-
pi'i'lnioiil-s wlileh I'e-iiill.'d hillinill.-.i'i.vi'1-y
of tbo wonderful I'alno'H ..■■.lory Compound. ll<t realized thnt Pares)*- (consumption of Hi<> 'umuj wai om- Ureal,
Nntlounl weakness. Ho know tlml. Iho
brain nnd nervous system num*, be fortl-
tifiltoilioet.llii!Kiviilstriiliis\vhii:li m- ili'in
life bring upon II, Ho saw that men won
bcroinliigilel'HtUiled and women weak
cnod hy Che pressure nnd demands of IJ Timid he nought and discovered Uio I'l'jni'iiy
I'aluo'tt Celery Compound, if rlclitly
taken, will renew Hit- Invito ami hullil up
nerve tissues as fust as ibey in-come exhausted. It Is nntit narcotic, it contains
uo drugs, no nostrums. It is perfectly
pure. It Is absolutely harmless. The
high character of its discoverer guarantees Uii»t and tho Indorsement of tho
modioli und chemical professions
prove it.
-j*nTO*X,XC*S.
DTOINH MY ABSENCE FROM THE
city Mr. Newton A. Willie will linve
clinrRQ ol my business, nml hits nutlinrlty
to collect nnd illKclinrgo nil nccnllills In
connection therewith, etc.
S. IL WEBB.
Not Westminster, .Titncll, lfistl.    ilje0ra2
[Removed from Saawoh to ViotosiaJ
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, Sc. Valuable im ported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
dmii3unio Victoria; ii. o.
THK WESTMINSTER
iras
JOHN G. COX, Prop.
Light Itrn'itmiH,
Pnrlrldge Coohlilns,
'-.Plymouth Hocks,
'White fnco lll'lt Spnnl-.li
White Created, Blank   and Golden
Poland s.
Iloiiilniisii      Sllver-in-nclllc'l    Hamburg*, .
Black*lied nnd PUl Gaines,
Toulouic Geese.      Houen Ducks.
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED IMS.
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of All Klnils of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment to Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, the Dominion Government, fto,
Medal nnd Diploma awarded at lho Colon lul and Indian Exhibition, London, IS80.
PAOrGRY--Ntagiim ftU, .Tames liny.
OPKICES-57Fort Bt, Victoria, B.0.
ilnpSnKl
This Fine Townsito, at tlio Frcsli-"Water
Junction of the
12 Mile.-, Above Westminster,
Has just been Surveyed, nml the Lota
arc for na'.e by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
 AND	
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Of New Wkhtmisstek, IJ. C.
Tho advantages nml prospects of this
Plot for a fnturo thriving Town are
many,
The Land ill tliu vicinity ia good.
Thero aro inoxliauBtililo IKON OUR
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, immediately adjacent, as woll mi vast strata of
the finest BUILDING SAND anil POTTERY CLAY.
•On tbo Townsilo nro n number of valuable MINERAL SPHINQS.
Communication by land und water is
Unequalled, by reason of the location of
tho Townsito on tho Vraser lUverinul
tho Southern Hallway, whilo the natural
elevation nnd lay of the laud enn not he
excelled as n situation for a lino town,
Tiio ground is open and clear of heavy
timber.
The Bite has beon selected as oan of
Clio most important statin s pn tho
Southoi'b Hiiil.i'ii.y, ami with thn eoni-
plotion of tho icad, in thu near ftitmi-,
iltait. will. »1! it:' other lidvantfvjjtij,
Bprittj- into prortilt.eiiea i>.t unco.
Those who apply early will have the
pick ot the Lota.
A clear title given with every pur-
chuso,
Parties wishing I ots can apply ns well,
on the premises, to
HENRY KELLS,
dmyOto FftonuisTon.
W. BREDEMEYER, DR, PH.
(Late Partner of John MnVlokor)
MlNlNGKNGlNKF.lt, U.B. & PROVIN-
CiAJ. SURVEYOR, ft AHSAVIIH.
MA80KIO TUMI'LIS BLOCK, VANOOUVER,
Itr! t. COl.
Off-Reliable reports, underground surveys ami maps or inlnofi executed at low
rates. AHSoysmndoon all kindi* of min*
enils,f,*oli| mul ullver imrs. Thirty years'
experience in mining; In Asia- Europe
uml Uiiiioil sintos of Amei'len. Spanks
ton lmii'ii!ii,-fs, As-snyii from u distance
proiHi.lly iitti'inIt'll in. Address Vancouver, II. 0. tidol7le
City Debentures.
rSMlS'llKHS WILL Ul1' UKCKIVKl) UP
I Iii lip.in. M.iinlii.v.Hi'iit. Hit li, for 1)0-
lienhncMMi lho Cily of Now Westnilnslor,
]!.(_'., i-siii'ii ni.d'.'i'authority of the1 'Street
aim 1'aii; Improvomont Debenture By-
i.nw l.'l'll," iiiiioiinllnii to tSittlW-. Deben-
tiiK.s me for $1100.0(1 1'iieb, payable In HO
yi-.i.-sfi'iim 17l1i .Tiino,1880,H|id boarfiper
eoiii. Iiiicnr.i, imyilblo at New Wo.ilniln-
slcron If-I iliiv.liiiiiuiry and Ist day .Inly,
liilii'iiliii'i's will be ri'ii'ly for del Ivory Uot.
Int. Tenders to stale numbor of ])ebeil-
litiisllist will be tnken, and amouiit of
IHTinhim tl.nl will ho paid, nnd to bo en-
(loiKi'd "Teniler for DobonlliroH," and lul-
di-i'Nsi'd to tho undoi'fliBnOd. Tlio high OS t
oriiny teiidoi' no! neooKsnrll.v iieeoptod.
H ItORSON,
New Wostmlnator, li. L'.,       city clerk.
•Tilly 17111,1880.
NOTIOE.
tn the Supreme Court of British
Columbia.
Botween "WILLIAM TIKT.IF.N. Plaintiff
And       JAMES HAULING, Defendant
N0T10I-1 tft UKllEllV GIVEN THAT
an Order boarltij,' dato llm lfllh ilnv
nf .Inly instant, has been Ki-itnted lu tlie
above notion, lOBtmlnlng the Defendant.
Iiis servanlH and ngonta, until tho trial of
tliesai'l in linn from, union** other things,
using tbe word "Mainland" lu orupon
nny boxes or labels upon boxes of cigars
innnufactnred hy or for htm.
ARMSTRONG *V. ECKSTEIN,
Pli-lhtlIPs Solicitors.
Dated 18th .Inly, 1889. djlylSml
HuotionSale!
A SALE BY-PUBLIO AUCTION OFTHB
Rout and Personal Estate of tlie late
Hi:. T.okhw R, MolKNEH will lie bold at
tnu CUI.UNIAI, HOTEI,, New Westminster, II. C ,iin
Saturday, August 31,1889,
At 780 o'olook p. m.*, by A. M. Nelsos,
Auctfonoc-r, whon the following valuable
property will bo sold without reserve to
tbo lil-ibest bidder.
TmnMS—Tenporeohli ilnwn ami thoro*
maind'-r In ten days fro in dale of sale,
CITY PROPERTY.
LOT III, BLOOK XVUI-liilxlH' foot, to*
g'-tlo-i- will: liWELLINU llnUSIO ;oul
oiil-hinisos. l.'i-iiii* tlio rosldonoo of tho
liiLeOr.Ij.Tt Melunes.
LOT 12, BLOCK (i-Mot'elianls' l-niinre--
tiiixoU
LOT 8, BLOCK <i*-Meieliantsl gqudre-
■x.'ixw.  foundation   piled  and   enppod.
reiu(y for building.
DISTRICT PROPERTY.
N. li. fraoiional U Sec. 28, Township ?_—
eoiitiilnlng UH ncres. This valuable
piece of land is bounded by Boundary
Bay on Uio mist, und by a tiii'/.eitet} rond
on ilioijorlb; Isfeneedon twi-t-jdo'i-ntid
foragrloullnral purposes oanuot no sur-
passoil by any land in tho province.
E'. \'„ ot E. y, of See. 3; TownnhipK,'bi*i ng yK
inili'in width by i mile in length; containing Kill lioros, and having about 10
acres under fence, n dwelling house
I8"*20 feet, n barn .'tOxi'iOfool, and sheds
adjoining,. **Iucb of tbe nbovo land is
opon and very easily oloared and excellent for agi-ieultural purpose'',
W.Xof R J-J of Sec, 8, Townships, being
'/, mile in width byl milo In length)
containing 100 aores timbered lauds sell
Itrsl-uliiEsquallly.
N. E. H Sec. 830. Group I, contnining 40
aeivs tlmberod land lying 1*-*** milos from
C. P. It. nnd:! miles from Port Moody,
PORT MOODY TOWN PROPERTY.
Sub-divlslons of Lot 201, Group I (Murray
Property!.
Fraei lonal Lots 2 A 8,      Block 2.
" "    12,10&H, ■•    2.
" "    0, "    III    hnlf
roqiilroil bv C. P. I!, foot aetllod fori,
V motion a I Lot 7. Blook :i.
" "    1,1,    "     0.
Sub-il I visions of Lot 20J, Cfroupl (Clark
Proporty).
Lots 85; -12,41 A ■)"., Bloek ?.
••    ):) -sr Hi. liliiok l); I'l'ijuired hy C. V.R.
[npt sottlod for].
Sub-divisions of Lot 20$, ('roup I (licuvi-n
Property.)
Lots lo A 111, Block M.
PERSONAL PROPERTY.
1 Horse, Harness, Buggy, Outlet, Saddlo
& lli'ldl.',.li!wetry,slioi-(iuii, Olllco Furniture, Burgeon's Chair,   Instruments,
Drugs, ModFclnOBi Medloal Hooks,-Sc.
dllylflUl
G. BYRNES,  -  AUCTIONEER.
__.___0-VX2_TOXA.X_
TOWNSITE OF HASTINGS
New Westminster District.
Thiiis'liiy, Ah-.   15,   1880,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.
IJIAVI' BEi:N INSTBPCTI'IH BV THE
Hon. Chief Coin in Isi-loner of Liinds
and Works, on behalf of the Provincial
Government, tosoll liy Auction,
AT VANCOUVER,
Townsite of Hastings!
80 KIiO€US OP I-A1VO,
Banging from 2\_ to 4 acres eaoh, sm*
I'omiilim* llnstltiiiH Park. Thoso VAi.vh.
.-ire -Jliimti; on th-» lOiist. Wont and Hoiith
siidfM nf Ihlsllno Pnrk, whloh eontnli'H lllll
nnrr!-. Thla proporty Is nil.u nlee olovn-
tlon aliovo Burnn'd Inlet, and overlooks
this mai'iillirout bnilior, and mny bo onn-
Kldei'0,1 thellnost Bosldenllal Properly of
the City of Vancouvor,
—ALSO—
OO UL0t!HS OF LANlt
In tbosnmo Towusblp. e\(onding soulb-
wnrd from llio nbovo lands, and fanning
from 111 toil acres each, taking in lho full
wldlb of llio Townsito.
 ALSO	
New WcfttniiftSter JlWsiri«ii
Jlohtocn oiiai'loi-seetlons In LotsM.X14,
;w, I13i. no, 160, us per map of IIiojJIb*
Irlct. TliM'O loh' ute «elt adapted for
iigrlontturiil, dairy or onlnird imrpoim--,
imd on m'l'oiiiil nf Ni-'ir olnso proxlmliy
l.i lho uiarkeisof Viineouvoran l New
W'eslnilnstei' am desirable properties
lor families seeking homos or for Investment.1'.
Maps of tbe various properties will b«
bsucd. Terms at Hales one-third cash,
one-third 0 months, balance 12 months,
with Interest at rate of li per cont. por an*
GEO. BYRNES,
djlyiotd Auction K eh.
in. I'M*'
W. O. LOYE,
Keunlrlnt- Neatly Doue.  Cork Sole
Work n Sp.t Ik. 1( y.
•MTOrders promptly attended to.
Olnrkion St., inroiuof Colonial Hotel, next to Kund Bros,' offlce.  dnolto
DRESS MAKING
At HISS JKNNIJM'S',
(Latk op England)
Corner of Ohuroh and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
isrHatlsfaetlon guaranteed.    dwfe7to
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMMA   STIIEET,
New Westminster, B.C.
Mr NalIsliiullon uuiiriiulooil.       dupiaUi
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH  MILK
Delivered Dally to Oustomcis In nil parta
of the Cily.
Hotels and Itestauruute supplied ut Bpe-
cl n i Rates by tho year.
FRESH ECCS
Delivered nt Market Rates.
Orders left ut M.  Hikci-aiii'h will bo
promptly attended to.
WEAVER A. WOODWARD,
djo!8yl Proprietors.
H'Wjgynigji'iU'M'L'g'Mi'J ■r*ri*'V',rtl"*1'' <■'".'' i+mi"[<*$*****&&*
CITY  BREWERY!
Ale!   Ale!
The Very Best 111 llio Cily Is Brewed liy
JOHN W.  ANDRZEJEWSKI
j\t tho City Brewery, Agnes Street,
Orders left ut Dickinson's Butcher Shop
shall have prompt atlentlon. Clivousa
trial and judge for yourselves.
New West., July 18,1889.
dJlylSto
Service Bull.
THK TIIOKOUaH-BRED STOKE-POOIS
JERSEY HULL,
"Governor Moody"
"Will stand for service this season at Pelham Dairy, New Wostm In si er, whero the
beautiful «el of Mils superb animal oan be
seen and inspected.
A fow calves for sale.   Terms reasonable.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
Ralph Boom, Proprietor.
Manager, dmy22tc
Corbett & Kennedy,
manofaotuhers ok
TiN-COPPER&SHEET-iRON
•WJL23, -EL
WERSTER'S I1LOCK (UP-STAIHS),
Front Street,       New Westminster,
HAVING JUST OPIONED IN THK
above Bim, we resiietiLfully solicit a
Himro of the trade, uml trust by'careful
nttentlon to ordors and moderate elnirges
to merit tbo same. Experienced workmen; satlifactlon gnnranleed.
Estlmatos furnished for Galvanized Iron
Cornice, Roofing, Plumbing, Gas-lilting,
Htcum und Hot Water Healing, Ae.
**"***** Entrance to promises on Mary St.,
In roar of Bank of p.. O. dwmlilik
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
Temple of Music I
Is the Place to Buy First-Class
PIANOS «* ORGANS
At suoh Prlees and Terms as will Halt
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For prices and ienns, apply to CAR*
TER'H TEMPLE OF MUSIC.
Vniicoiivcr, II. i*.
SSOHaitlngsSt, Wost. dnplOtc
SMNICII MILLS!
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANDPAL'TUtlEltH   OK
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
RS* ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
HILLS .1 Kuril, snmili ll.
OFFICE * WAItEHOtraE: Viclorln.
 dmli20m6
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM  PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
Ac,      Ac,     Be.
LEAVE ORDERS AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dmyiflltc	
J. W. WINGER
DEALER IN
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
SAN JUAN LIME
AUviij'h in Stoek,
Orders left at tiio c. p. N. Wharf will he
promptly delivered. drahMto
WM. H. VIANEN,
m»mm»
i
mmmmm
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LAR6EST BOOT ft SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
WHOLESALE
U Leonard Co,
330.332 C0KB0VA STREET,
VANCOUVER.B.C.
Importers nnd Dealers In
MACHINERY
OK ALL DESORITIONS.
MARINE WORK"1 SPECIALTY.
dwdeffllo
Canadian Pacific Railway,
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
TO SMERS.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAli, ASK FOB THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
i,™ MAINLAND.
tSTThey are not only made of the
Choicest Tobacco but thev aro of
Home Manufacture, and should be
patronized by all good citizons,
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
UOLM'OOK BUILDING,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
ilwl7noly
WM. McCOLL,
■     CHOICE
Family Groceries
lad PROVISIONS.
 ALSO—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRY COODS
AND FURNISHINGS,
AT THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
i.undhohm'.s block,
I'uliimlila Street,       Nsw Westminster.
nolilwly
Britisli Columbia's Mbit
THE   COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO
prcpnrc an Exhibit from Now Westminster for the
Toronto Industrial Exhibition
Is anxious in M-cii!-'' Mich a collection as
will do Justice to tin- resources ot tbo oity.
Any person In the city or olsowlioio who
bus, or expt'tits to.have before tlio date of
the Exhibition fttTorontOtdhph articles oa
ni'i'il'-i'meil worthy of being exhibited,
will confer a favor.hy communicating, as
Noun nn pimslble, with noino momlicr of
ibiM-ommltl.ee, All ni'tlcU'stitkRii fore***
hlliillon will bo I'luihotl and nent freo of
chnrgo to thn exhibitor. The local com*
mitteo Is composed o( tho following gentlemen t—
Fish and qamk—J. A. Laidlaw, Esq.,
Alex. Ewen, Esq., and P. C. Birrell, Esq,
AoniruLTDRAi. and Horticultural
Piioimcra-TboH. Cunningham, Esq., W.
Wolfondon, Esq,
MIKERATj** ANIl MANUFACTURt-a—J. 0.
Brown,Esq.,H. V.Edmonds, Esq.
PlIOM'CTf)OV TUK FoitEST—H. Elliott,
Esq., J. H. Kennedy, Esq,, I). MeNntr.Esq.
JOHN HENDRY, Chairman.
1). HOIJSON, accrolnry. dvvjlyiiml
Irtli Britisli &Iercaiitilo
_wx_B,_m
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
I'lUillal,    -   $15,000,000.00
SlllisorlliO'l CnillUlll, ns nt Slst ])rr.,l*S8,
Siy.Wli.lHHl. Klru l'-uinl nii.l Hosorvc, 8fl,-
213,720. Nd l'ri'inliinis, l«i,.".*,1»lll,li™.
OF   LONDON.
Oiipllul,    •    S9,7;t3,O00.OO
ItATI'S AR   LOW   AH   ANY OTIIEU
COMPANIKM DOING  BUSINESS
IN IIHITIBU COLUMBIA.
T. Or. T^ftuQtJBS
Agent for New Westminster Oity
and DUtrlct. die22to
OWNERS AND MASTERS OF VES-
selK and othor Craft navigating tlie
Fraser River nro (•ntttioni'd to keep within
tho Ihioys jmlnteil Rod atnl White, respectively, nt thn Mission nrlilfro, as diir-
Ing'lhooonstruotlon ol the llrlugo, navi-
giillon between tbo banks of tbe River
ami the lluoyslsdangi;rou-i1nivlti''lopiles
belli-; driven tiicre.
H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent,
Vancouver, B, C, 7th May, 1889.  dmyfito
Plants for Sale!
 AT TIIE	
Douglas Stat Nursery.
/-VRDEKS TAKEN FOR FRUIT AND
W ORNAMENTAL TREES, illoluUlng
nil the lending vnrifltlss ul
Apples, Pears, plums. Cherries,
 -ALSO	
minx ritrns ot every aosori-illoii,
lluuqncls, tVrcallis nnd eros.es mndc
to order.
■Iilwi-psy! P. LATHAM,
Fish s Bame Dealer!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
tUT Highest Price paid for Furs nnd
Dcor Hides.
Correspondence Invited. vduTeleulione
Call No. li. djaftto
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot or Douglas Strket, Nrar
Columbia Street,
J. FtilUtflSOiM, PROPRIETOR
1 TIRESH   BREAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
•   Confectionery, etc., etc,
Hotol nml Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders  prompt)'* attended to nnd
delivered to any purl of the oity.   dmh28y
B. C, Monumental Works
Con. Columbia and Church Sis.
New Westminster, Brit, Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or Granite of IJeHt Quality.
CORNER     POSTS    AND    ('ORBING.
N. R.-Jiist i-ceelveil-tbo finest assort*
ment of Si-i-tcli (ir-inlli- llaiiumenls ever
Keen n Hrltlnii Columbia, wlileh will bo
nold itt prices putting competition out of
thoquoBtion.
dwmh2iyl ALEX. HAMILTON'PROP.
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses fc Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
jJG? REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwtc SX  Col-u.-aa.-bia Street.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM-8 BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
PBALBB   XXT
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly ou Hnnd sn Extensive Stoek of
Dry Ooods, Groceries,   Boots & Shoes, Hats tt Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, sic.
MSN'S    -**-    BOYB-     BVIT8.
Great Variety of Hotuohold Artioles,   Alto,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
S. B.—Farm Produce bought nt market rates or sold on commission.  -t-LOrders
--"-     dwjeste
from tbe Interior promptly attended to.
Sentra! Ho
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STKWART # CASH, PROPRIETORS
J.J.WILSON,  -  MANACER.
Kates, $1.00 anil tl.SOper Day,
ACCORDING TO ROOM.
SPECIAL RATES Br THE WEEK OR MONTH.
r-v* rnrtics supplied Willi nil kinds oi
IOE-CKEAM, dmylmfl
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Searlj Opposite tho Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE  LARGEST  AND   CHOICEST
assortment of nit ilcsoi'Ijitlons of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and Hupj-llcil to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tho
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Farmers, Attention!
THU UNDKliaiONEI) HAS
FOR SALE
—AT—
Chilliwack, B. C.
ill Farm Wagons.
IS Kuck Board!).
1 Span well matched 4-ycnr old
Black Horses.
3 Single Driving Horses.
1. Cows and Calves.
10 Bend Steers.
1 Trotting Wagon.
ttr A Full Lino of Cooking Stoves,
Heating Stoves, Tinware, Hardware,
Groceries, Dry Gooils, Notions, Crock,
cy & Stono'varo, Clothing, lints & Cups,
Drugs, Farm Implements, House Furnishings, Furniture, and tlio Largest Line
of Roots anil Siiocs abovo Wostminstcr
ami tbo most Completo Stock of General
Merchandise,
COME   AND   EXAMINE   AND BF,
CONVINCF,D.
HENDERSON BROS.
'ylOdSrwan-
TIME    CARD.
o. £•*. -or. oo.
The Fino First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Lonve the 0. P. N. Co.'s Wlinrl,
an -v an te. •__-
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. Jl.,
FOR CNIUIWHABK AND WAV PORTS.
Returning Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
Wlion stiilk-ient lmluccmont offer*; slio
will proceed lo HOPE nnd on sunh
occasion-' will leave her wharf
alia. in.
Connecting with thoC. V, N. Co.'s Stenmer
for Victoria.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T. L. BRIGGS, A Kent-,
New Westminster. dnpStc
Time Table!
^'•feiSfe TIIE STEAMER
SSISNOBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER every Monday morning at, 7 o'clock for Nannlmo, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vanoouver.
Loaves Westminstor ovory Wednesday
at 7 n. in. for Nanaimo direct, connecting
with Islnnd railway and Comox slimmer.
Leaves Nanaimo fop Vancouver on
Thursdays and Fridays aud returns same
days.
For freight or passage apply on board,
or to T. L.Hiiiaa.3, C. P. N. wharf,     dtc
M.A.McRAE
merchant 1 nilor
BEAUTIFUL IUNC1E OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Chuck
SBS,M!ISS0«AI1S
for spuing and summer.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Coi.0m.dia St.,   •   New Westminster.
dwmh2Hto
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOR BALUl
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
Fi
Rice Meal,
FOR POULTRY, Ac.
FOR OATTLE FEED.
dmliEGmll
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
•■Oss-tral>uio*-^-d.pM-s-M*mth-S I fsHtsri* nrm OoHe, OJfJ .
I ,.,.nm,„„t ,<-.,ep»lerlo-iirprc«r,pUo. I °g|J- lunmrt,. »^*«**- JjJ'SSrt,, &
loowiito-ne."     EA.1-k-ui,--.I>.,        I —iSSE* *"^ **      j. u«y.» •»
UlBo,OilordBl.,Br-<*Jj-i,H.T.   I Wllk*MlilinlVxaiD-oi--lk--.
Tm, Cnruni Co-fM-m, 77 Murray strert, tt. T.
BRITISH OOLUMBIA
(LIHTFIID)
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
■!■'
HEAD OFFICE I
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street.
LONDON, ENG.
The Businoss of ALLSOP A MASON hns
been merged in tho above Company nnd
will bo carried on by the Company from
tills dato ns a general Lnnd Investment
and insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low
Rates. Town Lots and Farming Lands
for Snlo on easy terms,
Victoria, B. a, May loth, 1887. dwJIyS
liM Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINOLE RIBS
At Special Low Bates,
Draying .d Jill M of hof
Done at Shortest Notice.
Dry tordwooil delivered to any part of
tho City.
Ordors by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
mrStablcs nearly opposite 0, P. R. Depot, Columbia St., NewWestminster,
djailtc      GILLEY BR08. Props.
Feed, Livery i Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
PBOPEIHTOR.
GOOD DRIVING ft RIDING HORSES
for Hire. Hacks call at all Steamers
and Trains. Speoial attention given to
Boarding Horses,
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders mny bo left at tbe Offloe of Ms*
_.ier8 4MUlIgan,0ommr   ------
Front Street, New WeBt,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
WISH TO INFORM THE PEOPLE of
Now Westminster that lliey havo
ro*openort tho store lately nocupled by
Messrs. Woods, Tumor A Gamble, and
are now prepared to execute all orders for
'TJLXXtOJElXT.TQr
A Anv Hue af Cloths Just mc-slveili
oonf-Utlng ot all tho Latest Designs from European Markets
MR. J. A. MoDOUGALT, will attend to
the cutting, nnd is a practical mechanic
of twelve years* exporlcnco In tho United
States; nlHo two years as foreman for
Messrs. Gregg A Son, of Victoria,
Satisfaction guaranteed,
fJoiiMMA Street, Opposite Bank op MosniAL
NEWWEBTMINSTER,
djeltoe
CAimON.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE.
public not to have anything to do
with a note made by me on the 16th day
of April, 1888, In favor of one 0. A. Buchanan, payable at New Westminster,
April 10,1889, as the said note waa ob-
' - *-.!se pretences and is no'
iNALDMuRAE,
Warnook Station, B.C.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll a duly certified plan, profile and
book of reference of tne Mission Branch
of this Railway wen deposited ln tbe
Land Registry Offlce ot the District at
New Westminster on the 17th dayof June,
H. ABBOTT,
1880.
General Superintendent
Vancouver, B a, 27th Jane, uw. djrt^om
HABBISOK sBxtxi-raa \
•derated "Water
(Direct from tbe Springs.)
ENDORSED BY HIGH MEDICAL AUTHORITIES,
., _ ennlne Aerati	
vater en the Market.
Tbe Above will be delivered in New
Weitminster twice a week. Leave orders
With F. C. MCCARTNEY,
Commission Agent,
Douglas St., New Westminster.   dJlyStc
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE  BARBAINS
 IN	
Suits $: Pants
BEGGS & IMS
TAILORim I8TAIL1SMKNT.
Weare selling the beat of
English, Scotch & French Goods
At prices away down Cheaper than
Ever.
Cnll and examine and we are satisfied
that yon will bay beforo yon leave the
store. All work guaranteed.
Also—Agents for a new invention for
Dress-cuttlug that oan be used by a man
or woman and give a perfect fit.
dmhlyl SS felmMa Slreet.
To k Francisco, Cal,
BY WAT OF THI
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QUICKERIN TIME THAN AMY OTHER
ROUTE BETWEEN
litft-MitoUu fauitt
GK*«D SCEH1C ROUTE CF THI PACIFIOMMT
PULLMAN   BUFF-IT 8LIEPIFW
1-OURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Acoommoilfttloiiol Btwond-OlnssI*-.-
scngcrs, nllnchod to Espreta Trslns.
Pnro from PortluHllo, fuminmlo sri-l
Ban [wnolilii^rnll-rill-ilvlSlll "I"*
olass (LlmlloJ), Wl Swond-ol.it (Ii-
Til iiouatf noKKTB lo .11 points South
•nc" KMk TttS__u_!SS}iA.
TICKET OFFICK8I
Citv Omen, No. 131 Cor. Flnt * Aids,
Btreetsi
Dbpot Ol'PloK, Cor. F A Front Street.;
Portland, Oregon.
n. KOKHi.mi,    B.r.aoaBR&_
Monajer.       ASM>ai*lr.A1l Katie British Columbian
Salenlay Evening, July 20, ism.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Auction Male T. J. Trapp
Strayed St. Mary's Ifosnital
N. W- Building Socioty. ,W. J.  Walker
Another blank sheet at the police
court to-day.
Another very warm day, but tempered by a cooling breeze.
Tho sisters of -St. Marya hospital
aro advertising for two lost cows.
When is a nose not a nose 1 Whon
it is a littlo radish (reddish). King!
All the fashionablo iced beverages, ut
tho "Hub," noxt tho "Queen's."   *
Tho tug Activo, of tho Royal City
Planing Mills will soon bo ready for
hor trial trip.
Walker & Co, havo Sapperton Lots
near New Hospital and Ross-Mac-
loren Mills at old prices. *
Today is the 18th anniversary of
tho union of British Columbia with
tho Dominion of Canada.
The str. Rithet left for Victoria this
morning with GO tons of freight and
farm produce and 35 passengers.
Tho str. Irving left for Chilliwack
this morning with 30 tons of freight
and a largo numbor of passengers.
Tho Begbie atreet contract will bo
finished at least two weeks boforo the
specified timo. Tho street has beon
closed to traffic.
Tho services at Holy Trinity church
to-morrow will be, morning prayer and
holy conmiuninn nt 11 o'clock, a.m.,
ovening prayer at 7 o'clock, p.m.
The board of directors of tho Royal
Columbinn hospital acknowledge with
thanks the receipt of a large box of
clothing from Vonemblo Archdeucon
Woods.
Fish averaged from 50 to 75 to tho
boat last night, and are thought to bo
about to run in largo numbers,. Tho
fishermen feel certain that the run will
be ou by Monday.
Tho semi-annual general mueting of
tho New Westminster building suciety
will be held at tho court house on Saturday 27th inst. - for the purpose of
electing officers and other important
business.
A largo number of poople loft the
city this afternoon to spend Sunday in
the country or at the seaside. The
warm weather which has continued so
steadily of late has had much to do
with the exodus.
Queen's avenue from Mary street to
tho park will bo one of the next streets
to be improved. The city engineer
and hia staff are working like tropins
preparing the plans and specifications
for the improvements.
For two or three days wo havo not
had the pleasure of noting the fact
that Mr. "Next" haa paid his subscription to tho Exhibition fund. What's
tho mutter with "Noxt," anyhow 1 If
ho don't "move on" the othor subscribers will bo too lute. No timo to
loso.
Rev. W. C. Dmicnn arrived at "Viotoria from New Metlakahtla Tuesday
night. He reports tho loss of a large
new sawmill by (ire at tho settlement.
On the trip from Alaska a number of
the tourists subscribed a sum of money
to assist In the erection of a new saw
mill.
Tho Incroaseclub had the bost practice of the season last night, nearly 30
members turning up to play. If the
boys maintain the onthusinm at present exhibited, in three months thero
will not be n team in the province able
to defeat them. Steady practice is the
thing that tolls when a hard match is
fought.
Tho World says: Mr. J. L. Mudgo,
manager of tho Anthracite coal mine
left for Port Moody yesterday after-
noun. Mr, Mudgo states that the out*
put of the mines at Anthracite ib
steadily increasing, nnd it ia expected
that ero long tho amount of coal turned
out of the shafts daily will total up nt
least 1,000 tons. It is true that an
English syudicato has bought an interest in tho mines. Many of tho
seams aro from 13 to 25 feet iu width,
nnd there i-» enough already located to
last for probably 100 yeara.
The Itlg llrniu.
Georgo Flux, acting under instructions from thu Salvation Army adjutant, at Vancouvor, to whom tho bursting of tho big drum was duly reported,
has aworn un information against John
Andrzejewski, charging him with unlawfully and maliciously damaging a
big drum, the proporty of the Salvation Army- and valued at $7.00. Tho
caso will bi; heard before the polico
magistrate on Monday, nnd it is likely
the big drum, though sadly demolished, will yet raise a vory big noise.
A Pleasure Crake.
Mr. A. 0. ForguBon, tho well known
real eitate owner of Vancouver, is
making n tour of the coast with
hii yacht Necasaki. The pretty
littlo veaaot arrived in port yesterday
tnd it trip down the North Arm was
taken, which was greatly enjoyed by
.Ir. Ferguson and his guests This
uoriiing tho party loft for Boundary
Jay nud Whatoom, and after visiting
hoso places will continue tho cruise as
ir os Soattlo and Tacoma. Aftor the
resent trip is completed ib ia probate ft cruise will bo made round Pitt
ake.'
hildren Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
The tong SBlden.
Thirty long Snider rifles arrived last
uight from Victoria for the use of the
N. W, rifle association. These were
applied fm just 15 months ngo, but it
is aalisfiittury tn got tliem evon now.
A number of the rifles wore served
out 11 in oi nbers of tht* association today and wei'o.usBd in tho spoon contest at Brownsville this nftcrnojii. As
they are all tested weapons tho scores
should show a decided improvement.
A number oi Martinis wore applied for
also, but tlm government failed to forward (hem.
TTicUrotr rriiperlj.
Ill another column will bu found
Mr. 'J'. J. Trapp's nnnouucouumt of
tha sale hy unction nf 25 choice lots on
Efigluli Bay, tho property of Mr.
Sttimu-1 Greer. The salo takes place
at the Oolonial Hotel on Suturdtiy
evonitig, August 3rd. A number of
thosu lots wore put on tho market at
Vancouver a few days ago and woro
bought up by thoso who havo full confidence in Mr, Greer's claims. It is
quite safe to suy that the 25 lots offend for sale in this city will go like
"hot cukes."
Hiily Trlullytliurrli.
An adjourned meeting of tho vestry
of Holy Trinity church wits held last
night, thu bishop presiding. Thero
was a large attendance. Tho outgoing
church wardens presented their accounts which woro received and a
statement ordered to bo prepared for
printing The following officers woro
then tiimiiimously appointed; Church
wardens, Messrs. O. E. Corbould nud
W. 3. Armstrong1 sidesmen, Messrs.
II. V. Edmonds and A. M, Herring;
deputy church wardens, Messrs. J.
W. Harvey nud Georgo Turner; secretary of tin* vestry, Mr. E. A. Jonns.
Voles of thanks woro passed to tlio
outgoing church wardens, to Mr.
Moray fpr his services as organist, and
to the chairman.
I'm"-; pec led E'litliu-tliiMii.
Tho members of tho Westminster
militia aro nut fond of dancing. A
metting was callod for last night tu
discuss tho question of giving a dance
noxt month while the annual prize
meeting of theP: ovincial Riflo Association was in progress, and when many
military visitors would be in town.
Tho meeting waa attended by one officer aud throo privates of the Rifles
and one iioii-cummissiotml officer of
the Artillery. After waiting hnlf nn
hour the dancing enthusiasts separated
without holding a meeting, as thoy
thought a ball that could only muster
a "four band reel" or "French fours"
would not be an unparalleled success.
It is sincerely to bo trusted that our
militia will never be ordered out fur
active service, fur it would bo too bad
to make them "ruatlo" for once.
flowers far the Sic!*.
The practice followed by a number
of young ladies last summer iu paying
weekly visit) to the Royal Columbian
hospital, a nd carrying with them boqueta
of flowers to brighten tho sick roomB,
was intuit heartily appreciated by tho
patients, who camo to look forward
with much pleasure to tho Saturday
visitors. But this kind aud thoughtful custom was short-lived, for it only
lasted ono season, and with tho death
of tho flowers came the last of tho
visitors.   So far this summer only one
boUfjUet lin** boon loft nt   tho huMpltul,
and yot thoro aro threo hundred gardens in tho city from, wliich several bouquets could bo picked every day and
never missed, and those nro allowed to
bloom and wither almost untouched,
pare]usb of tho pleasure thoy might
give to the sick and dying. If tho
[tidies would only stop a moment
anil think of tho joy a bouquet of
fiowei.'i would give to mnny a poor and
friend It-si patient of tho Royal Colum*
binii hospital, nothing of this sort
would over hnvo io bo written  again,
YchncIh Collide.
At 8:45 Ojolook Wednesday morning
the tug Blakoley collided with the atr.
Olympian about ono mile out of Port
Townsend. She struck tho Olympian
hoad on, at an angle of 45 degrees, on
tho port side just forward of tho wheel,
breaking down tho bulkhead and badly staving iu her house for a distance
of ten feet. A dense fog prevailed
when the accident occurred. Both
boats were bound for Port Townsend,
tho Olympian from Victoria and tho
Blakely from ontndu. The Olympian
was moving along at half speed, und
hor whistlo was being blown frequently. Her oflicers heard tho BJukeley'a
whistlo several minutes before the collision happened, but tho density of
tho fug prevented hur location to any
accuracy. Suddenly she loomed up
on tho port sido, nnd before anything
could bu done her prow was crashing
into tho side of the huge passenger
craft. The hole in her sido did not
reach bofow tho wntor line, and she
mado no water, Thu Blakeley escaped without a scratch. Both boats
hovu to until it was ascertained thnt
the O.'ympinu's machinery wna uninjured, when they both stuamod iuto
Port Townsend. At this placo Messrs.
Bryaut and Bullonc, local inspectors
of hulls and boilers, boarded tho damaged boat and examined n number of
eyewitnesses of tho accident. Tho
damage to tho Olympian ia estimated
at 32,500, though thnt may bo somo-
what high. Just whero lies tho blame
is hard to determine,
PERSONAL.
Mrs. A. 0. Ferguson returned to
Vancouvor thia afternoon.
Miss O'Connor has returned from n
visit with frionds at Vancouver.
W. Norman Bolo, Q.O., anil wife
arrived homo from Victoria to-day.
Amos Bowman, of the geological
survey, left for Coquitlnm lako this
morning.
Miss Maggie McGregor, returned
by tho fitcamer Rithet last evening
from Victoria.
Mrs. Draper nnd Misa Katie Draper
returned foot evening from a visit to
friends on Uio Delia.
Samuel McClure, left this morning
for his former homo at Matsqui, whoro
ho will rom-nn a week or two for the
benelit of his health.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Grant, Miss Thflln,
Misa Wait I; and J, II. Thain drovo
ovor from Vanoouvor thla morning and
spent tho dny in town.
Col. McGregor, whoso pleasant fnco
has been missing from tho Royal city
for soveral weeks, returned homo last
night from Victoria. Ho had a gay
visit, and damo rumor again connects
his tinmo with a handsome Viotoria
lady in n wedding that is to bo,
DAILY BRITISH COLUMBIAN- NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.f JTOY SO, 1889.
The Ailhtrlllei Coideuae-l.
The committee appointed by the association of (ire adjusters to investigate water supply during tho fire at
Seattle, on June 0th, and Ihe condition of the lire depnrtment prior to
that time, find that the 12-iu-.li mains
wero totally inadequate fur a city of
tho size of Seattlo, That "water from
t'he Sound might have been used to
great advantage had the authorities
provided "drops ' in tho whin f so that
the suction pipes of the cni-ima could
hnvo reached the wnter nt low tide. As
it was wo havo the amazing spectacle
of a largo city, nearly surrounded by
water, with appliances for using ir, yet
yielding unresistingly lo the Haines for
luck of water which could not bo
reached.
"In conclusion, your committee
would atate that tliu city authorities
nre responsible, out only for an inadequate water supply, but fur an undos-
ciplined nnd inellicieut fire department,
n lack of lire apparatus and, finally,
for the destruction of tho beautiful
and prosperous city of Seattle. Had
the authorities given more time to the
dischnrgo of their official duties und a
little loss lo thoir personal affairs,
they would have profited by the warnings of underwriters nnd tho nppoais
of tho local press, nnd Seattlo would
not to-day bu iu ashes,"
Excllablo Viclorln.
A Chicago paper pronounces Via-
toria, B. C, tho dullest town in America, and nil because the businoss
hours in tho vmious inorcniitilo establishments there commence at 1 p. in.
and end nt 4 p. in, Tho charge is of
course tbe result of Chicago jealousy.
Nevertheless it is u fact thnt there is
nouo of thnt rush and worry in tho
far west that characterize some eastern
cities. Business thero is conducted in
what we should regard us a leisurely
manner, and the only excitement that
interrupts its ovon tenor is the frequent erickot mutch.—Mail.
Sardine racking.
A gentleman from tho enst is at
present in tho city for the purpose of
examining into the question of establishing a sardine cannery tit Esquimalt.
The real sordino inhabit tho waters of
Esquimalt nud west coast harbors in
large numbers, aud it is believed that
this favorite dainty could be profitably
calmed, us they nro procurable fully
ten mouths in the yoar. It is also believed thnt the oil of the skil oould be
used instead of olive, or, what is really
used hi packing sardines—cotton sood
oil. If this is the caso tho canning of
sardines will bo tho means of promoting two industries.—Colonist.
Coal F.iiu-i.s l*omini.
It will be heard with a great deal of
satisfaction that steps are about to be
taken ti futthor develop tho coal lauds
of Vnncouver Islnnd. Yesterday Mr.
Frank Richards bonded 0,000 ncroB of
I lands iu tliu Fort Rupert district
to i'astern capitalists, who will set
about boring and prospectiug thom at
once. Il is learned that tho property
is bonded nt a good figure and that the
bonders aro abundantly ablo to develop
tho mines should deposits prove us
valuable ns they nro supposed to be,
and as geologists have claimed that
that lliey are. As thoro is no doubt
but that plenty of coal exist) in the
northern pnrt of the Island, tho time
is not far distant when wo mny **Tpoot
to see Fort Ruport district an active
mining country,—-Times,
Cariboo Qnarlc.
On July 12th, at tho Barkerville reduction works, tho stamps started to
crush oro and the concentrator to savo
the concentrates. The stnff began
charging the roasting furnace on the
8th, and had already taken out lA tona
of thoroughly roasted oro, mid 'thero
are about 3\ tons iu tho furnacu roasting. It wns expected thnt thoy would
atari amalgamating tho ronstod ore
this wook. Tho Black Jack quartz
company have shipped to tho works
nearly twenty tons of concentrates, assaying from 840 to $50 per ton. It is
the intention of tho government nsiay-
er to put these through as one lot,
and if successfully amalgamated it
will havo n tendency to encourage
quartz mining. Tho samo company
havo already caught §300 iu free gold
on tho plates. Tho twenty tons of
concentrates nnd tho freo gold were
saved from twenty tons of ore.—
Colonist,
Sewn Krom the North.
Tho stoamor Barbara Boscowitz arrived from tho north yesterday morning nt 11 o'clock. Fishing nows is to
the effect that tho run on tho Naas
Btill continues good. Tho run on tho
Skeena is not ns satisfactory as was expected, and tho hump-backs had nlroady put in i! n appearance. Tho B.
A. P. Co. wns roported to havo pnekod
8,000 enscs, tho Windsor, North Pacific Packing Co., and Inverness, about
7,000, nnd tho othor Skeena canneries
about G0O0. Lotters recoived from
thero state that thorn will not be much
moro thnu half n pack if tho run does
not improve.
Tho stenmor called nt Rivers Inlet
on tho way up ou tho 8th, but not on
tho return trip. On thnt dato Shot-
bolt & Drnney'fl cannery had put up
3,500 enses, and had enough lish on
hand to put up a thousand more. Mr.
Dranoy writes that he has all tho lish
ho oan handle, and he pus to put up a
full catch.
Tho Swiftsure, Amphion and IcnruB
were at Fort Simpson, having been do*
tabled thero for a weok by fuggy
weather.—Friday's Colonist,
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
The Inrgo storo-hottso of the Sarnia
Oil Co. was burned nt 2 o'clock yesterday morning.
Two of tho Stony mountain buffaloes
have boen sold to W. J. H. Starin, a
New York capitalist, for his ranch at
Albany.
Dr. L. Lucars, who arrivod at Winnipeg from England tho middle of
Juno, disappeared ten days ago. Jt is
feared ho hna suicided.
The Canudinn press association
elected Roy V. Somorvillo, of Dundas,
president, nnd wont off to tho mari*
timo provinces on ita annual excursion,
A strnuge lnndslido hns occurred in
St. Uouifnco, Man, A stripabout two
hutidi'ud feet long near tho convent
has sunk shoor down tor nbout 14 feet
without shoving tho strip of soil between it and the rivor into tho water.
B, C. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fond.
For the purpose of raising a fund to
contribute towards tho patriotic and
worthy object of making tlie next annual provincial fair, to be held in this
city, a grand and unprecedented success,
the undersigned agree to contribute tho
sums opposite their respective names (to
be paid into the association or to trustees
competent to receive tbo same, on or before 0 month*) from the date of the last
provincial exhibition, and to be applied
to preparing exhibition grounds and
buildings in the city, for increasing tho
amount olTeiod In prizes, and for furthering the exhibition in other ways):
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
I, P Kcksteln ,  io 00
RW Armstrong  io 00
Fit Olover. ,..,. io 00
Walker* Shadwell  looo
'"laud Hamber,  pj oo
Fetor Grant.. ,  10 00
A  J Hill  10 00
Capt A Grant , .,.,.  io 00
J ft  Macdouell ,  10 00
\V O Loye  10 00
IPO Strickland  moo
Gilley llros  uo 00
HII Webb  is 0(1
T Cunningham  ;jooo
IJi-iiiU'i'Nou Brim, C'iillliwhiick  10 00
A R Wlntomiilo  looo
Per Ex-Mayor Dickinson  212 85
Annie M -Inr-iiCK  lo 00
Jaa Cunnlnj-iiiini  fjo 00
Grant A Hugstrom  20 00
.1 WKr-.\sni|lil -  3000
Hev .1II Willie  in 00
It Douglas „  10000
BSSconllar 4Co  65 00
W n Qoatham  25 00
TM Cunningham  23 00
A K Hand.... ,  23 00
Ackerninn Bros..  20 00
Held A Currln ,  25 00
UT Head A Uo.......  50 00
WH Tlilbnudeaii  is oil
Grant •** Mnclure  ]Q CO
Ogle, Campbell A Co  20 00
HI I'-,* Itll'TIONH PAID.
Till* Coi,umu 1,■.*■/■ $100 00
W.I Armstrong....  ,30 00
(J D Brymner  20 00
Stewart a cash  26 00
Georgo Turner  10 00
Yonng A Torliuno  10 00
Terliuno A Co „  10 00
A DesHrlsny  ib (10
I* llllodcau...  10 00
Noxt I
Wholesale oity Market.
Beef,     per 1001 bs I 4
Pork '■        7
Mutton "   tl
Potatoep.new"         1
Cabbage       "      	
Onions •'      	
Wheat "       	
Oats "      	
Peas "      	
Hay,        per ton  12
Butter (rolls) perlb	
Cheese, ■■	
Eggs,      per dm*	
Cordwood (retail) per cord
00*$ -ir-0
r>o '•( s so
U0@  f) CO
Icsfgr'iilpor 100 lbs..
■■    (dry)        "
Wool, por lb...,.	
609
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.Hof r'lri-Ittj-knl lti-porl for Weds l.nillnc
.Inly i»ih- num.
MAX. MIN.    ItAiy
Sundny 82.0 51.0
Mondny „ 87,0 fil.O
Tuesday 00.0 51.0
Wednesday 85,0 55,0
Thursday 73.0 MO
Friday 75.0 55.0
Snlurday 71.0 50.0
Clear, S.W. breezes, dry.
A. PKKl,KtCapl*H,
The coroner's jury at Coburg, Out.,
has returned n verdict of wilful murder against Ellen Breeze, wifo of Ceo.
Breeze, who died suddenly in Mny
last. A daughter of the murdered
man tosHGcd thnt for four days and
four nights sho saw her unfortunate
father slowly nud cruelly tortured to
death by having rat poison administered to him by his wife. The woman
has been arrostcd.
Dr, Child's Pile Ointment instantly relieves and permanently cures Piles, Pruritus and all hot and itching sores and
oruntions. N. W, agents, D. B. Curtis.
k Co. dmy28yl
When Esby wm slok, we -*-,ve ber Cwtorii,
WLen the was a Child, ihe cried for UutorU,
When she became Mlsi, slio clung to Castor!*,
Wh» ih* had Children, ah» g»T« them Cuter!*
BAPTIST CHURCH, Agnes Htreet.
East of Mary Street, Lord's Day
Services af 11a. iu, nnd 7 p.m. Hatilinlh.
Hehool andBlblo Class nt 2:30 p. m. AIL
seats tree; strangers cordially welcomed.
—Rov. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
MKTHOniST (llllini, Marv
Stroet. ltev. J. H. White, Pastor*.
decs nt II a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday
Hciiool ami Biblo OIurh 3(80P. tn. Prayor
Meeting on Thursdays nt i.isop.in. Seats
free; strimgcrs cordially invited.
QT, PAUL'S CHURCH, John Street,
P Opposito Ornugo Hall. Rev. Thom ns
Haddon, Pastor, Services overy Sunday
nt ll n. m. and 7 Pi m. Thursday evenings
at7:30 o'clock. Seals free; ail nro cordially invited. Sunday School at 2::tl) p. m,
C'lHUCII OP ENGL ASD.-HOLY
; TRINITY CHURCH: Reclor, Tho
Bishop, ft. MARY'S CHURCH; Rector.
The Veil. Archdeacon Woods. Services
In both clitii-clius every 0»». All seats
free. Roth churches opon nil dayforpri-
vnte prayer.
p UK*-, BYT BRIAN    CHURCH    (ST.
X ANDREW'S), corner Carnarvon nml
Blackwood Sts. ltev. Thus. Scouler, pas-
lor. Borvloesalll a.m. nnd 7 p. in.: Sun-
<'iiy-scliool nnd Bible-class at 2.90p, m.;
Prayer-iiHH'tingoii Thuii-dav evonlnifflni
7,:i0.  Heals fiw; nt mage tit wi-Ieome.
CALEDONIA tb   ST.   ANDREW?
souiKTY.-Tiit- regular meetings of
llils Association nre Im bl on llio IntitTues-
diiyofencli iiionlli.nt8o'clock p.m. All
Scotchmen are Invited to attend,-John
BotK.j^	
A 6. F--CUUIIT LORD DUFFERIN
, No. (WW, Tlie regular meetings of
Hie nbove Court aro held nt tlio Foresters*
Hall, ou the first nnd lliird Wednesday In
each month, nt 8 p. iii.-Jno. McMUM-hy.
Honr., P.O. R.
-l¥r C. T. W.-REOUI.AR MEKTING
VV , ovory Wednesday afternoon nt ii
o'clock at tho W. O. T. U. Headijnartors-
Douglas St. Loyal I-oglott In llio saniu
plnco evory Friday nfternoon.—Miw. Jas.
(.'i-NNiNf'HAM, President1 Miss DrBkok
Secret nry;
UNION LODUK Sa, 0, A. V.
A, M,— Tlie regulnr meet*
Ings of this Lodge aro held In
. w . the Masonic Tomplo on the tlr.it
WoilncHdny in each montli, at, 7:30 o'clock
■j, in. Sojourning brethren are cordially
nvltcd fo intend.—W. C. Coatham, Sec,
A  vm
WcilneHdnyl:
BOARD OP TRADE. Bonn) Room,
Oddfellows Brick Block, tip-stnirs
Council moots on tho lirst and third Wnl-
ncsdny In cnoh montli,nt 4 p.m. ({.unrtcrly
meetings on tho 22nd of Feb., May., Aug.,
nnd Nov., nt 7:30 p. ni. New members
mny bo proposed and elected nt any tiuar-
terly mooting.—D. Robson, See.
CIVIC   NOTICE.
Closing of Begbie Street.
mil AT PORTION OF BEGBIE STREET
JL   lying between Columbln nnd Front
Btreets Is hereby declared closed until
August 15th, 1880, it being under repair,
By ordor of Board of Works,
J. G. JAQUES,
Chairman.
New West,, July 10,1880. dJIylOtf
City Debentures.
SPENDERS VILL BE RECEIVED UP
L to ll p.m. Monday, Sept. Iflth, for Do-
ontures of tho City of Now Westminster,
'B.C., Issued under authority of tho "Street
mid Park Improvement Debenture By-
l.nw 1H-..1," nmonntltig to t85,000. Debentures aro fnr 91000.00 ench, payablo in So
years from 17lli Juno, 1889, ami bear 5 por
cent, Interest, payable nt NowWostinin*
uter on 1st dny January and 1st dny July,
Debentures will be ready for delivery Oou
1st. Tendon* to stnto numbor of Dobontures thnt will bo tnken, nnd amount of
premium flint will ho paid,nnd to boon,
domed "Tender for Dobontures," nnd nd*
dressed to tho undersigned. Tlio highest
or nny tender not necessarily acoepted.
D. ROBSON,
Now Westminster, B. C„      CltyClerk,
Jnly miii 1889.
STRAYED.
IIWO 0O»S, ONE WHITfl AND THE
X otber whito and red spotted, both
with ropes round llielr nooks. Inlortnn-
tloii concerning tlie lost animals will t»a
Itlailly resolved by lhe Sisters ol 81. Mary's
Hospital. djlyailll
N. W. Building Society.
mill!    HESII - ANNUAL    GENERAL
I    Mooting will ho held InlliaoonllT
HOUKK, on Snturdny eve ulnar .text, Hill.
Jnly. ItiSO. at 8 o'clock, Ior the purpose ol
eleoTlnu nlHcers and other business.
. ?S'„or?1"''     WALTER I, WALKED,
dJIySOtd Beorelnry.
AUCTION SALE
is
ENGLISH    BAY.
T HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY MR.
i SAMUKi, Gj-.i-.kh to sell by Public Aiio<
tion, on
Saturday Even'g, Aug. 3,1889,
At tho COLONIAL HOTEL, NewWcsi-
m luster,
Twcnty-flvc  Lots
of his English Bay Proporty, which
comprises some of the best --limited
business property directly opposite the
proposed Landing of all tiio Inrgo
ocenii Steamships from China. Jatinli,
and so forth, and it Is conceded by
tho bost authorities on thu subject flint
this is destined to become lho principal
neiiport In Britisli Columbln, und Mi In property In the nenr futuro will probably be
equal In value to any of tho choice lots on
Granville and othor streets In Vancouver
City.
The deposits on these lots will lie $25
for Inside lots nnd 850 for comer lois,
tho balance will bo payable when Mr.
Greer Is prepared lo glvo a deed. The property Ih sola with all tho privileges of llie
present pre-emption laws of llillisb Cot
u mbl a.
I hnvo also   beon   Instructed   by Mr,
Joski-ii Hoskin to soil nt same time,
Lot ISO, Group 2,
Now Westminster District, on the South
Arm of the Frasor River, opposite Tilbury
Island, with hnlf n mile frontage mi Eraser River—containing 100 acres. There is
nbout l'JO ncres of tliis prairie, the balance
nlder nml crnb-npple; there is about 14
inches rich soil on surfnoo- with ctny snb-
soll.nnd is equal ln valuo to nny of tho
Delta land lower down (ho river wliich is
selling nt from $100 to 8lnl) per acre. Tonus
of tbiK will bo **1000cash; bain nee as muy
bo agreed upon.
Also-Let* 6, III A in, subdiv. of Lot 10.
Blork Xlii, New Westminster suburbs.
BJL&alO wll I take place at. ft o'clock.
T. J. TRAPP,
dJIySOtd AucrlosKiiii,
VOLUME VII.-NO. 17.
ff.jmm&co.
HANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street. NewWestminster, B.C.
ITni.Kf uoue No. 55.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX. EK LAKO.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London and Lanonslitre Vlvt and
British Umpire Life Insurance
Companies.
New Westminster Building Society.
Account ant's Offlce, Uloeeac of N.W*
City Audltoi s, 1HBO, 1987 and 1881.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN THE BUYING
AND SELLING OV HEAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTKICT,
und other monetary transaction-'.
Have several good lnvestmonis on tholr
books, and all now comers will do woll lo
ca! 1 before doi ng business elsewhere.
dwSdely
WANTED.
11EACHER FOIt BOUNDARY BAY
. School. Address F. V. RAITT, Hoc.
Hoard of Trustees for Boundary liny
School, Liidner's Lniiding.        ilJlylKI III
Piano Tuning!
MB. J. K. I-i\laiso\, from Brond-
wnod & Hons, Lou-lou, Etiglnud, and
Stelnwny & Sons, New York, now at Oar-
tor's Temple of Music, Vancouver, will
attend to orders left at Mr. Zed. ft. Hull's
Store, New Westminster. Tuning, 38.
djlylml
JUST  OPENED,
A large and well-selected Stock of White
Goods, in
Ladies' Underwear,
Children's Embroidered Dresses
(WHITE AND COLORED),
Infants' Robes, &c.
These Goods were bought right and are offered at extraordinary low figures,
SPECIAL  THIS  WEEK.
We are closing out our stock of SUMMER JERSEYS at
cost. Three or four days will clear them out at the prices
we have marked them.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & FREEMAN,
dWlo jrASONIU III.OCK.
SUMMER COATS!
JLT COST.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
ISr-B-W WESTMINSTER.
tljlylOto
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
DBA.LDB  X2T
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
X.a*bxad.ox "ETCexzl-ag-e,
Ivdlacl-cexel, Salt Cod,
JLxxxs.oi3-X,B "C-ac. KCa-oas,
^.rrao-ar's Unc. Bacon..
'Floiax. Bxazi. S"aoxts,
•"-HIGHEST MUOES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE,
•miawir Seoullar-Armtrtrong Blook, Columbia 8t.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
Jas. EllardiCo
WILL SELL THEIR REMAINING STOCK OF
AT   COST,   FOR   CASH.
F. CRAKE,
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 & Eye-Glasses in Btecl, rubber, silver nre ^.nl
frames.   The fluent rubbles mado, $4 per pair; all Bights suited.
Special atttmtion given to PINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having lennu... tlm
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologers in England, nnd suiue then
managed tlie watch-repairing departments of a fow of the best firms on tlm continent of America, is a -mfOaiunt guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 years of tlie well-known linn of Savage k Lymnn, Montreal.
Charges Moderate,
Montreal, Deo,, IS87.*-Mr, P. Crake— AmKy. Robortson, Esq., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners., saya: "I hover foiiridaAVatchmakor who did so
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you aro not hero to-day."
dwnplSte
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
AQENTS B. LAURANOE'S 8PEOTAOLE8.
Wholesale and Eetail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, I). C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    -    Oolumbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
W. £ G. Wolfenden,
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
xx x Or __x - a Xj jl s s
DRY GOODS
—jvun—
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON  MAROHE.
OUR A.isr'N-u^.L
CLEARANCE SALE
HAS COMMENCED.
Ssl-peoifi-l Bctx-g ctins.
WALKER & SHADWELL.
UWKOBIO

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