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Array Oororament Printing our:
MBIAN.
VOLUME 7
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 18, 1889.
NUMBER 15
PROFESSIONAL AHD BUSINESS CARDS.
T. 0. ATKINSON,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Ac. Olllcoft-
Mof-onio Bulldln-j, Now Westmlusli-r
U. 0.  dwUi
ARMSTilOMG A ECKSTEIN,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS,   ETC.
Masonic Building,   "--
stor, B. 0.
New Vestniln-
dwm y4t*3
W. NOUMAN BULK, {".• C*»
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.LANO AGENT.
Money to Loan. Otllce—Ulnrltwin St.,
New Westminster, 11. C. ilU*
COHBOILD, MeCOI.1 A MUX*,
BARRISTERS. SOLICITORS, elo.  Oillces—Masonic Buildings, Now West-
nUiistcr, nml Vancouver, 11, C.        dwtc
A. 0. BUY DONE-JACK, AI. A.,
VTOTAItY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,
ll Ac. Barrister of tlio New Briumvlck
Huprenie Court. Olllco in the Humley
BulldJjyj, Columbia at., opposite the Colonial Hotol. dftpgto
.*fOBEPIIE.UAVNOU,U.A,,LL.B.
OLD MEDALIST of tlio Univomlt; of
.    Dublin.   ItARKISTER-ATLAW of
0 High Court of Juntlno, Ireland. Oilloes,
Corner RfcKcnisio A Clai'l'sou Sts., New
Wrutmlnstor. dwfe21lo
9:
A. J. I10LMB.S, n. D. s.,
C1HRGE0N DENTIST.   Gradnato of the
0 Ohio Colloj-e of I'cutiil Burgers*. Ia
now with Dr. C. E-C. llrown. All ivork
skillfully performed. Rooms B AC, Hunk
of U. C„ Columbia {ix. Huui'H-8 io 12u.ni.;
1 :W lo 0 p. m. djly31c
O. W. GRANT,
i RCHITECT.  Olllco-CornorMaiy
I   Clarkson Sis., Weslmlnslcr.   dv
CLOW  tV MACLCKE,
ARCHITECTS.    Oince-Room E, over
Bankof 11. CColmnhiaStroet.Wost*
ininslor. dlo
WILLlA.1t tt. KINO,
A RUIIITECT.SANITARY ENGINEER,
Ae, ltomoved lo ArmstmnK's Block,
Columbia Street, Westminstor —Room
No. 2.    , dto
W. THIBAUDEAU,
AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS-
man.   Hamley Ulock, New Weatmin*
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of iho best makes', Cross-cut & Ilaiul-Saws,
Bnrbcd Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary Utensils for Farming)
Pulley Moults, Snatch I'lodis, Koiic. & IJlmlii in all slues; Pitch.
Tar A Oakum; Tarred and Plain Paper fur ltiiililii|-*| Pallils & Oils
In all colors; Liquid l'lllllls in all shades) Floor PilllltS roady to use; (irllllt
Stonesi Wall Paper in all ttoalens- llrom-is & Brushes for all purposes;
Lubrlcatili-r Oils; Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortim-nt of
Agricultural Iuipleincnts, •
t_r Special attention given to orders by mall.
X -   ij .
dwjlyUto
i?*Ee^&.*p*p so ao.,
UoLUMiiiA Sthkkt, New Westminster.
GRANT c   MACLURE.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
ntor, B. (J.
A. v. c-ivrrwH,
DOMINION and PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR. OlUoo: RoomD.Bank
of B. C. bill hi Ing, Westminster, B.C.
«.. mri;.i»itu.'i,
REAL ESTATE BROKER ami County
Court Agent. Commissioner, Notary
JHibllo, Ac. Rents collected. Oilice—McKenzie Street, Now Westminster, B.C.
T.J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
Columliln Street, Now Westminster.
AM commissions wilt receivo prompt
ami i-arofnl alu-titlon. Best reference!
given when required. mh12-to
F. C. DIcCAUTNEY,
COMMISSION AGENT and Customs
Broker. Douglas St., NowWestmlnster. Agont for Harrison Springs Aerated
Water; Vancouver Steam Dyo A Cleaning
Works; Carters' Patent Organs—"the wonder of tho agn."; Dominion Pianos ami
Ornnns; Johnston-'- Patent Knlsomlno;
Havana Cigar l'actoiy; Lion Insurance Co
for live stock, Ac. Employment Agency
Olllco, A st-tcol, lot of Toilet Articles and
Druggists' SumltlOH for sale.   Next door to
Bakery.  dJlyStfl.
TVRNKU, UKBTOST A CO.*
MERCHANTS. Wharf St., Viotoila.
Agents for Norlh British mid Mercantile Insuraiico CO; for Mainland, II.
('. Uki'TonA Co., SO FInflbury Circus, London, E.C. dto
Imperial Fire InsIrancB'Cfl,
OB1 "GO-JSTDON".
CAPITAL,       >       £1,000,000 Stg.
Rates us low as any other reliable Companies doing business ln British Columbia. W, 3. ARMSTRONG,
djtyalo. Agent for Now Wost.
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
J*.   IS.   MANSON's
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
IS Chin powder nover varies. A marvel of
iiiirlly.BtrenL'thiiiidwlioIesomoness. Moro
economical than tbe ordinary knuls, and
cannot be sold In competition with tbe
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only ln cans.
Royal Baking Powdeh Co.,10fl Wall St.,
New York. jjfely
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Rooms to Rent.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT, IN
Mi Gray's houso, on Provost Struct.—
Apply on tho premises. dJlyStc
MERCHANT
Columbia Street,
TAILOR,
Mew Westminster.
ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
Civil Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
BEAT. KSTATE,
FINANCIAL, SHIPPING & COMMISSION AGENTS
Fire, lire A 'Inrlit" Iiisiiritnce,
Columbia St., - Oi'i-. Colonial Hotki.
NEW WESTMINSTER, li. C.
 dwjlyir,tc
RAND BROS.
Dial. ESTATE MIORBUS,
Convey anc«rn, Collector-;,
Anil Inrtur-uice Agents,
Oillces at
NEW WESTMINSTER: Comer
McKenzie and Clarkson SLs.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
.    LONDON .England.
IHTILDINQ LOTS for Bale In nil sections
of Vancouver and New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of superior ouallty for
ialo  at   Chilllwhack,   Port Hammond,
Langley, Mntsqnt, Sumas, Mud Bay,Lnd-
nor's Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
aud Pitt Rlvor.
Maps und Flans exhibited and the fullest Information furnished at all our oOlues,
W. BOVILL,
ARCHITECT
 AND	
Real Estate Agent
NEW WESTMINSTEIts-Offlco, Mttekon-
a-to Street,
Full List of City and Suburban Pro*
perty.
Particular attention paid to Farming
Lands,
Accumto Information to correspondents. dwmyOyl
erson
DRUGGISTS.
Pure and Fresh Drugs
7***aTcC-E*-C7»-EE'EI,
Patent Medicines, Etc
PHVtl-IAH*'   PREa-HHPTIONS 0An--in.iv
Compounded.
Ti'lopliono Communication.  Night Hell.
ilfu27lu
Summer DRESS GOODS -md MILLINERY will
be sold AT COST.    Now is the lime to secure BARGAINS,
dtc MES. "TZTML. \EJiJB.
Farm for Sale.
Lor 27,
Wesl,
BLOCK i NOHTH HANGE 6
    .. ._., Lnlu Islimil, at h liiiriralii.—
Apply to RANDBROS.,orEDWAl"D A,
BHAUPE, Lulu Islnnd. tlwJeKral
FOR   SALE.
HOUSE AND LOT   FOR   SALE   AT
, ladner's Landing.   Flnejdtnation,
Apply to
A. H. COULTER,
Ladnoi*s Landing.
TO RENT.
4 PLEASANT ROOM FOR TWOGBN-
tlomon.wlth or without Hoard, In
rate family.   Apply at third house np
tho hill, left hand sldeof Douglas stroet.
 djeloto
There is an Englishman in Calcutta, says an exchange, who sends
alt his white shirts to London to ho
washed and done up ab a cost of
half-a-crown each. He has scores
journeying between India and England at a time.
The city ot Jtuenos Ayres, in the
Argentine Republic, has expended
during the last six years $10,000,-
000 iu constructing sixty magnificent school buildings for 600 pupils
each. These school houses are the
finest in the eity, and a collective
exhibit of them has made a sensation
at the Paris Exposition.
In England, down to tlie reign of
Charles the Second, or a little later,
tho kiss was the common greeting to
friends and strangers alike, and
shaking hands was a mark of close
intimacy or high favor. In the
diary of Anno, Countess pf Pembroke, hor ladyship thinks tho fact
of her shaking hands with anyone
worth nothing.
Says nn exchange: Artttical
honey, which is more common in the
market than customers know, is
made of potato-starch and oil of
vitriol. Some rash optimists think
that they ure sure of getting tho
genuine product of bees uud flowers
by purchasing honey in the comb.
Deluded mortals 1 Tho exquisite
white comb that pleases them is
often made of paraffine  wax.
CANADIAN ENTERPRISE
On tlio Pacific Beduccs the Paciiic
Mail S. S. Co.'s Profits by
Forty per cent.
Cole the founder of the Republican Party Died To-day, Ripe
in Years.
The Payment  ol' Claims to the
Sufferers of Johnstown Proves
a Huge Farce.
FOR SALEOHEAP.
4 FARM AT KENSINGTON PRAIRIE
containing 1U0 acres; about 100 acres
ired ami at acres under cultivation:
has a house nnd barn and good fence all
around It. For further particulars apply
to J. JACKSON,
jlyl5-dt0-\vtl Kensington Prairie.
First-class Prairie Farm
3E-OX& £3.A.Xi3SL
SUPERRLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, North Arm, Frnser River, containing ao acres of tlio linest farming lnnd
Iu tho country; all dyked, well Improved,
good buildings, good orchard (bearing),
For further information enquire of
MAJOR & PBAR80N,
tlniySflto, Now Westminstor.
WANTED.
0
Br%
,NE   THOUSAND   COUDS   CJEDAR
Holts, four to seventeen foot long.—
to
iOYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
tai estate.
___-___m_s__a
sue
ciai
Aa-EBiNr-'.E"®.
e_t-S>_-_'X<_i__\_-:-.
corner clarkson
& Mckenzie sts.
NEW WESTMINSTER
VANCOUVER, oonANBKBRoT0T°5?MSTV
-AND—
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG. .ot cannon st.
Farming Laods^Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS ?0R SALE.
Tenders for Street fork,
TENDERS WILL DK RECEIVED AT
the city Hull, New Westminster, up
to 4 o'clock on MONDAY, July gitriil, wm,
for tho
GRADINU OF AGNES STREET,
marked "Tonder (or Agnes St.," nnd ftll-
ilri'-'Hi.-d lo tho "('Imlrmun of Hoard of
Works, City Hall, Now Westminster."
No tender ontoi tallied unless itccom-
panloil by deposit equal to ft par rent, of
amount of tonder, whleh shnll uo forfeited
If parly tendering refuses or myW'Li to
enter Into a contract wlien called upon lo
do so. In tho event of a tondor nol being
iieunpted tho deposit will bo roturn oil.
Plans nnd specification** mny bo soon in
the UHy Englneer-H oflloe; City Hnll.
Tho lowestor any tender nol necessarily
nccoptcd.
„,   ,      J. 0. JAGURS.
Chairman Of Hoard of Works,
City Hall,
New West., July I7lli, 1880.     dJIylTW
Business Property.
Lot fauing on Columbia ami Front Sts..
in contral portion of tho city; sevor.il
buildings bring good rciit-S.-2.000.00.
Lot 4, Block 7, near Lytton Square,
00x132 feet, fronting on Columbia anil
Front 818.-80,000.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St,, 33x00 foot—
84,000.00.
AIbo—Lot and Building with stock of
Goods, ono of the bost business stands
ia tho oity.
ImprovedResidential Property
Lot 15, Block 13; two bouses rented at
paylug figuros—&l,600.00.
House and Lot on Lorno St,, near Col*
umblu-$1250.00.
Lots 4, 5 k 0, Rloclt 10; goad hoiiac,
gardon, ko,; ohoioe residenco property
-35,260.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St.; fenced and
cleared --$1500.00.
Houso and Lob on Columbia St.] one of
the finest residences in the city—§7,-
000.00.
Houso nnd Lot on lloyal Avonuo, near
Douglas St.—§2,000,00'.
Houso aud 3 Lots, corner lloyal Avenuo
and St, Patrick's St.; no better n-si-
donco sito Ln tbo city—§10,000.00.
1 acre, with 7 houoot", near the Park—
$0,000,00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Blook 28; comer lot on Agnes St.;
lino rosidonco Bito—01200.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avenue—$600,00 each.
Lots ou Montreal, Douglas nnd Halt*
fax Sts., near Clinton St.; Hue views
and well situated—$360.00, $375.00,
$500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clintop-
8300,00.
Lot fl, Sub-Block 10; fine i-esideuco lots-
$260.00,
MAJOR & PEARSON
Real Estate Brokers and
Financial Audits,
AQENTS FOR
Confederation Life Jlsioolntloii of
Toronto.
Royal and Lancashire Fire Insurance Companies*
eL*j.Viilnnblo Lots for sale ln tho Oity
nnd District of Westminstor; nml choice
Lots in tbe City of Vancouver.
Porsons wishing to buy or sell oity or
rural properly should communicate with
us,
Oillces: Hnnlcof B.C. building, opposite
postofflce, WeslialuBler, aud Hastings St.'i
Vanoouvor. dwaplSto
U HUM CO.
DRUGGISTS
Queen's  Hotel  Block,
Tho women employed in counting
tho notes in the treasury of Washington are apt, it is said, to havo
ulcerations on the fingers and on the
head. The explanation now givon
ii. that the disorder is due to the arsenic in the coloring matter of the
notes. For moistening their fingers
tho counters have at hand a vessel
with a damp sponge, and tho water
therein becomes in time charged
with the coloring matter, nnd therefore with arsenic. In order to
scratch tlie head or smooth the hair
the hands nre wont to be raised
thero. Hence tho ulcers in that
part of the body.
It is sad to think, says an exchange, that many of the novels
wliich have won tho admiration of
tho world lmve heen produced by
Wilkie Collins, the great English
novelist, while he was enduring
agonies which would drive a weaker
man to the hospital. The gout, as
exquisite a pain as tho tooth-ache,
but moro continuous, attacks him,
not only in tho hands and feet—
where it is bad enough—but in the
eyes. It is impossible to imagine
such tortures. But in spite of them,
and sometimes during them, Wilkie
Collins goes on with hia work, and
finds relief in forgetting himself in
the scenes of fiction. Never once
has ho failed to keep his contract*-
with the publishers. Nevor once
has his copy been delayed.
NKW WEBTMINBTEtt.
icines
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY,
dnpltc
Lots on Pclliatn St.
each.
near Mary-.-5000.00
Lot on Pclham St., near St. Andrew's!
fino site—$500.00,
Lot on St. John's: St., noar Melbourne—
$360.00*
Lot in St. Andrew's Sipiare- $300,00.
Lots in Bloek fronting on North Am
rond; finest chanco in tho market fo'
rosidonco or speculation-$125,00 ti
$175,00,
Lots hi Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Bloo
1 a—500.00 to $125.00,
Lot*) In Subdivision of Lot 17, auh*Bloo
13-8100.00 oooh.
Lots in WostmltiBtor Addition at $15.00
to $50.00,
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell anil lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating to
Ileal Estato.
— AGENTS FOR—
London Assuranrn I'oriiorittloi).
Connecticut Flro Insurant'.' fo. of
Uiirtfonl.
London nnd Lancashire Lifo Assnr*
an co Co*
Canton Insurance Office, Ld. (Marine)
omaiwu
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwseUyl
At tho apex of the Prince of
Wales' crown, it is stated, is n very
curious feather, or rather a tuft of
feathers, each tip of whioh is adorned
with a gold tassel. This feather
is the only one of the kind in the
world, and is worth ubout ten thousand pounds, tt took twenty years
to get it, and caused the death of
moro than a dozen hunters, Tho
bird from whoso tail tlio feathers
are plueked is called tho fori wah-—a
sort of creature of tho Paradise
species, but the rarest kind, To
obtain the tail-feather in its full
beauty, it is necessary to pluck it
out of the living bird, as instantly
after death the feather becomes
lustreless. What makes the pursuit
of the feriwah so dungorons is tliat
the bird always inhabits the haunts
of tigers, and seems to have some
strange affinity for those terrible
brutes, 	
The wedding season in India is
now at its height, writes Frank G,
Carpenter to an American cotemporary, from Bombay, I havo seen
wedding processions by the dozen
in every town I liavo visited, and 1
havo had a fair chance to note somo
of the pecularitiea of the Hindoo
marriages. India hns the youngest
brides and grooms iu tho world.
Tho grooms I havo seen have in no
case boon over fifteen, and some of
the brides were apparently only
just weaned. Uy tbo Hindoo law
n woman should bo married before
she reaches tho age of pnborty,
which here is nt twelve. Most
girla nro betrothed before they aro
six, and in a wedding procession at
Agra I saw a little bridegroom of
perhaps ton years gorgeously dressed
in cloth of gold, nnd with heavy
gold bracelets on his wrists and
ankles, sitting in n wedding chair
with a littlo baby girl of not over
two who lay asleep at the
othor end of the chair while
the procession moved onward.
Her sloop was heavy and sho had
probably been drugged with opium.
This was a marriage of two wealthy
families and lho wedding procession
was very grand. In tho case of
baby marriages, tho child is often
brought up by her own parents, and
sho only comes to her mother-in-
law's houso when she hns got old
ntiough to learn housekeeping, which
is nt the ago of ton or ule von years.
In some cases, howovor, sho goes nt
once to the house of hor mother-in-
law, aud iB brought up by hor, ofton
being made to do tho drudgery of
the house and absolutely subject to
hor husband's mother.
CAKAMAN PUSH.
San Fiianoibco, duly 18.—Traffic
manager llico, of tho Paoillo mail and
Oriental and Occidental S. S. Co., iu
an interviow to-day said that tho Canadian Pacific steamers aro injuring tho
froight business of his company from
30 to >10 per cent., but they are not
hurting tho passenger branch of the
business. 111 time, however, tlisy will
by obtaining new feat nnd finely appointed steamers, thus attracting travel
to their line. Mr. llico is uf the
opinion that the government will soon
come to tho relief of American steamers.
the itH'iiEsr man.
Louisville, Ky„ July 18.—G. W.
Norton sr., a retired banker and capitalist, died this morning. He was the
richest man iu Kentucky, possessing
largo real estate interest in Chicago,
Duluth, Cincinnati, Louisville and
elsewhere.   Ho was 74 yeara  of  ago.
A STRAY BALOON
Nkw York, July 18.—Pilot Phelan,
of Pilot the boat Oapriaa which came
into port thia morning, niporls on
Tuesday in lat. 39, 40, long, 71, -10,
he sighted a baloon dragging its car
along the nurfneu of the wafer. He
was somo distance from it, but gave
chase and saw it collapse and dieap*
pear at sundown when he was thtte
quarters of a mile from it.
THREE KILtED.
Chicaoo, July 18. — Threo men
were killed and ubout a dozen injured
by a boiler explosion at tho planing
mill of the U. T. Stono Lumber Co.
ou Blue Island avenuu about 8:30
o'ekek thia morning.
MUST m INSANE.
San Francisco, July 18.—Dr.
Hodges, who throw a bomb on the
stage of tlio Grand opora house during
the engagement of   Adolinn  Patti, in
35,000 by the flood. Dick filled a
olaim for $3,000 and his warrant was
filled out for $80. Dick got angry
and refused to accept it. A neighbor
of Dick, whoso losses were much
greater, also received a warrant for
$80.
SHIPPING.
San Fbanoisco, July 18.—Sailed,
ship Alaska for Tacoma and bark
Northwest for Port Townsend.
STABBBD BY A CHINAMAN.
Los Anoei.es, July 18.—George W,
PiorBon, a livery stable keeper, was
fatally stabbed by Lee Song, a Chinaman, yesterday. Some boys at Pier-
sou's stable had been calling Song
names, Song went to Pierson and remonstrated, argument ensued and
Song was knocked down, whereupon
ho used a vile epithet and drawings
long knife inflicted fatal wounds in
Pierson's thigh and abdomen.
WILY DERVISHES
Endeavor to Frighten Gen. Grenfell by Warning Him of Gen.
Gordon's Fate.
ACQUITTED.
San   Fhancisco,   July    18 The
ohnrgo of murder -gainst atiiitant
supt. Harrison, of tbe industrial ichool
for shooting ind killing Thoi. O'Brien,
an otoaped priioner,-who wai resitting
arrest, wu dimiissed to-day. Harrison having boen exonorntod by the
coroner's jury,
OOT OFF EASY.
San Fbanoisco, July 18.—John
Sanders, rancher, who ihot and killed
his wife for refuting to aupport hiin b;
loading a dishonorable life, wat sentenced to life imprisonment to-day.
THE LATEST SMUaoIINfJ DODQE.
".lile the furniture was being removed this morning from tho iteamer
City of Now York, whioh arrived from
flung Kong, a few days ago, and whioh
is going to be laid up for repairs, one
of lhe mattresses wu ripped open by a
diatoms' officer and a number of silk
handkerchiefs were found. The other
nm Testes, numbering between 120
and 130, were also opened and tilk
goods to the value of (860 were ditcovered.
CHU.DREN rOISONED.
S'.-akCitv, Ark., July 17.—Four
chik'iren of Joseph Hunter, a planter
living near here, were poisoned last
night from eating food in which arsenic had been placed. Three are
dead. Tho criminal .nd motive are
unknown.
A KNOTTY rOINT.
Atlanta, July 17.—A month has
passed since John Pickett expiated
tho crime of murder on tho gallows,
Tho memory of the event hai been
 -..v.„,„_    ,...„   , ,„.,, ,„., »«™Imi»* in a remorkablo manner,
Feb. 1887, and who was released from I * W^T,0' f."°">. Snm'er country
Beport that President Carnot vill
Dlno the King of Greece
Astounds Paris.
Olliver Says the Indictment of
Boulanger Is a Base Attempt to
Dishonor a Brave Kan.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
his imprisonment n short time ago, attempted tuicide last night by cutting
his throat, but will recover. He is believed to ba insano, und will be examined by tho insanity commissioners.
THE FEllllY IHVOllCE.
,JUn, Fhancisco, July 18. —Mrs.
Ferry, wifoof Clinton B. Forry, the
millionaire lumber merchant, of Tacoma, arrived from Paris last night.
Slio will puell hor suit for divorce, begun in this city, ou the grounds of
cruelty and desertion. Mrs, Forry
says that her husband is now in Tacoma and thnt sho hears that ho intends to fit-lit the case, making all sorts
of charges against her.
DEAD.
Buffalo, N. Y„ July 18.-Aeablo
M. Cole, founder of the republican
party, is dead, aged 08.       '
SHOT THE INTUUDEIW.
Phihcott, Ariz., July 18.—A, \V.
Cullen shot and killed Bryson Charles
and Frank Work, at his mining camp
near here on Monday night, Charles
and Work attomptcd to drivo Gallon
from the claim that lie has been working, when ho shot them dead with a
double barrelled shot gun loaded with
buckshot.   Gallon has been arrested.
SKIPPEl).
Chicago, July 18.- Herbert Oliver,
contidentinl agent of the firm of A. H.
Smith & Co., diamond brokers, of Kew
York nnd London, has gone to Canada.
82,500 worth of diamonds nre also
misting. He had been a heavy loser
in tlio races.
WHEAT.
San Fhakcisco, July 18.—Wheat
steady; buyer '89 130.1; buyor season,
1474; sellor '89,133ij."
New Yoiik, July 18.—Wheat firm;
July, 88]; Anguat 85J; Sept. 80.
A BAILWAY TRUST.
New Yoiik, July 18.—A consultation of prominent western railway
miumt-ors will take place horo on Saturday with reference to Colonel Modioli's plan for tho formation of n railway truBt.
REVENUE ON   MITCHELL.
New Yiiiik, July 18.— Detootive
Nowis appeared nt tho Tombs court
this morning with a requisition from
Gov. Lowry, of Mississippi calling for
the arrest of Mitchell and Donovan,
who looked after Kilrain in tho battlo
with Sullivan. Norrla had no requisitions for oither Sullivan, Ivilraiii or
Mulilooii, nnd it looks ns it he is acting out of revongo. Kilniin and party
wliilti on lho way to tho hnttlo ground
were almost paraly-'ud with fear when
they discovered the presoiico of Norris
un tlio train. Norria assured thom,
howovor, ho had no intention of nr*
rcating Kilrain, but was on his wny to
Now Orleans to arrest burglars, The
Kilrain unity doubted him, nevertheless, and it wob uot until he produced
witiruiits Hint ho wnn believod. Mitchell, it is said, imimiai'd Norria $250
if lie would tako tho party safely
through Mississippi to New Orleans.
The party arrived in the hitter plnco
safely, but Mitchell did not make
good his promise. Norris then called
upon tho governor for a requisition for
Mitchell, which wna given. Norris
arrived here thia morning nnd dotec-
tivea have boon detailed to hunt up
the men. Justice O'Keilly, before
whom tho application for wan-nuts wns
made, said they wero not necessary.
A nEOULAlt FARCR.
Johnstown, Pa., July 18.—Judge
CiimmiiiB nud Mi. II. Thompson of
the State Relief committee arrived
from Ci'oshoii Springa this morning.
Those gontlemen immediately opened
an olllco for the payment of 850,000 of
tho governor's funiia and 840,000 of
tho Pittsburg relief commissioner's
fiiml-. About a hundred applicants,
mostly of tlio poorer classes, wero ill
wailing. As the warrants were IsbuoiI
and the omouiitB bonded out after being Bivorn to by tlio applicants, thoro
was only ono grand howl of indignation mul disappointment at small
amounts awarded. To illustrate: Tho
well-known Chat. Dick, ono of Johnstown's mott prominent eitizent, lou | (our months past
that Pickett is still alive in that per
tion of tbe state. After hanging, the
body was taken in ehuge by friendi who
worked successfully and resuscitated it.
If Pickett is still alivo Bnd is apprehended the queition is whether he cau
be further punished, He has been declared legally dead, and the cue will
prove one unparalleled in the history
of the state.
SHORT HOURS.
Chioaoo, July 17.—Over six hundred dock laborers and freight handler! went out on strike here last night.
The strike wai for eight houn work at
a day'a labor. The company conceded
everything and tbe strike was declared
off.
WITED OUT.
Waterloo, Iowa, July 17.—A dispatch just recoived uyi that Shell-
rock, Iowa, has been totally deitroyed
by fire. No further particular! are at
hand.
AN   AIR SHU'.
Boston, July 17.—An aerial exhibition association hoi been formed
here with O. M. Ravsom, of "Mem
£i(i/if and Heat, as treasurer; Y. It.
N. Bowlby, chairman, and O. B, Bath-
ford, chairman of the trustee board.
The object ii to assist Dr. A. Debau-
sict to construct hii steel air ship on
the vacuum principle. The ihtp it expected to carry two hundred passengers and fifty toni of mail or freight
and to reach a ipeed of 70 milei an
hour. It will cost $260,000, ind a
national subscription ia being made to
provide fundi. Permission hu been
atked to build the thip at Charletton
navy yard.
new smr YARDS.
Chicaoo, July 17—The Mum
this morning sayi thnt a great thip
yard is to be ettablithed at South Chicago for the construction of iteel
steamers, It wu decided at Duluth,
Juno 10th, in the annual meeting of
the stockholder! of the Minnesota
Iron Company, that something in thii
line would be done, and the 81,300,-
000 turplut was voted to the director,
Tho Minnesota Iron Company iia
partof the more extentive Illinoii
Steel Company. It ii listed that a
fleet of half a dozon big ore carrier!
for tho Minnesota Iron Company is to
be lho first work doue.
NOXIOUS OASES.
Lincoln, Neb., July 17 At five
o'clock thii afternoon four men lott
their livei in thii oity under peculiar
circumstances. A watch wit dropped
in a cesspool and the men were endeavoring lo recover it. They dug a
large holo at Ihe side of the pool. This
hole was tiled with wnter by rain. One
man stood on a ladder above tho water
and made an opening into the cess-
pool. Foul air and gat tmhed out and
overcame him and he fell Into the
water. A friond went to hii assistance
and ho wu likewise overcome. One
by one tcvon men fell into the water
which by thii time waa full of muck
and slime from the vault. Three men
wore rescued, tomo by the men who
afterwards perished in attempting to
savo the othora. The dead areJaiuoa
Crawford, bricklayer; Alfred Kunkler,
laborer; John Cleary, blaoktmith;
Frank Maloney, plasterer. Crawford
and Cleary wore married.
THE O. T. R. DOUBLE TRACK
Co»nwall, July 17.—The G. T. H,
doublo track will be completed from
Montreil to Cornwall in abont thaee
weeki. It ii oxpeeted the double
traok will be finiihed from Brockville
to Iroquois, and from Walei to Cornwall this season. Thii will leave a
small tection between lroquoit and
Wales which may not be finiihed till
next year.
BODY   FOUND.
Ottawa, July 17.—The body of a
woman wai found floating in the Ottawa on tho Hull ilde of the river,
much decomposed, and tho feature!
could not _ bo recognized. No one
could identify the remaini. A coroners jury returned a verdict of "found
drowned" and oauied the body tu be
interred. The police havo heard ol no
woman being missing for three or
A SAUCY  DERVISH.
London, July 18.—In the common!
to day Hon. Edward Stanhope, lecretary of itate for tho war depirtment,
reads communication (rom Genenl
Grenfell, who ii with the troopt in
Egypt. The communication contained
the reply of Nad El Jumi, leader ol
the Derviahea to Gen. Grenfell'i demand for hii surrender. The Dorvith
leader'i reply uyi: "Yout force it
nothing to me, I am lent to conquer
the world and I cannot itop. Now, I
call upon you to lurrcndcr, if ynu will
do io I will protect you. Remember
Hlcki Puha and Gordon Puha."
Gen. Grenfell addi that Nad El Jumi
it fighting well for good condition.
ran kipper's victi-c.
London, July 18.—At the inqueit
held to-day on the body of the woman
found murdered in Whitechapel yeiterday morning, it wu found in addition to 2 deep gashei across the stomach, there were 14 other wounds on
the body, mostly ikin deep.
A BOULANOEB DEFENDER.
Paris, July 18.-Emilie Olliver,
the French statesman, hu publiihed a
letter in which uyi the indictment of
Boulanger ii a bu. attempt lo dishonor a brave and devoted soldier who
hat served hii country well. He uyi
the Frenoh people will never allow the
general to rest under the itigma.
PARNELL COMMISSION.
London, July 18.—The crou-exam-
ination of Matthew Harrii M. P., wu
concluded today before the Parnell
committion. Be depend tbat Egan
and Bennon left the Feniani when
they joined the league. Dr. Oharlu
Turner, Nationalitt, M. P., for th.
middle diviiion of Cork, wu placed
on the stand. He testified he never
advocated the boycotting ol women
and children, but he had tried to get
the land grabbers boycotted. He uid
he had alwayi spoken againit the outrages. The toriea of Cork hod boycotted him, and many of hia patienti
had forsaken him under pressure (rom
the Tories.
TBE SCORES.
London, July 18,-The Canadian
leatnat.Wimbledonyeiterday capped
the individual tuccestet by winning
the Kolapore oup. There it great rejoicing in the camp to-night. The
mother country team wu picked from
the whole camp. Tho Canadian! won
by sheer pluck and good shooting.
The sooros were: 200 yards, Canada,
246; Britain, 242; Guerniey, 230;
Jertoy, 238. 600 yards, Canada, 483;
Britain, 472; Jeney, 466; Guernsey,
449. The 600 yards brought the total
to, Canada, 687; Britain, 684; Jersey,
648; Guernsey, 632. Canada thui
won by three points. Loud oheen
greeted the reiult. Armstrong headed the Oanadian -core with 01, Ogg 89.
Athall 88, Wil-on 87, Bogen 87, Mitchell 84, Weiton 84, MoVihie 77.
SENSATIONAL   ANNOUNCEMENT
Paris, July 18.-An official dinner
will be given the king of Greece on
July26th atthe Elysee by President
Carnot. The announcement caused.
lenution.
THE GERMAN STRIKES.
Berlin, Julyl7.-The strike! in
Voittberg district have become genenl
and event miner is now out. The
striker! from Loebet diitrict, only a
few milei diitant, are flocking to Voiti-
berg and rnrve to aggravate the d it-
content. The military are kept in
readineu to quell any diiturbanco and
reinforcements are on the way. The
mine owners offer an advance ol 20
per cent, in wages, but the men hold
out for 60 per cent. Troops are occupying the glut worki and paper
milli in VoitiDerg, but it is feared that
the men will set tbe piti on fire. Several arreiti uf violent itrikon were
made to-day.
BANK OF B. 0.   DIVIDEND.
London July 17.—The Bank ol
Britiih Oolumbia meeting to-day declared a dividend of 6 per cent and a
bonui of 1 per cent. The report wu
adopted. Sir Oharles Tupper commented on the protperoui condition
of the bank. He uid hii recent ro-
vitit to the Pacific cout convinced
him that British Oolumbia wu a
splendid province,
new wamhips.
Paris, July 17.—The chamber of
deputies to-day puted . .upplamentary
credit of £2,320,000uked by the minister of marine for ihe purpoie of building new war ihipi, A bill wu alto
pasted extending amnetty to varioui
classeu of political offenders, after
whioh M. Meline, pretident of Ih.
chamber, read a decree closing the
■eulon and the chamber adjourned.
Fifteen minutei later the lenate relumed its adjourned leuion of thil
morning and wu about to proceed
with ita routine buiineu when acting
President M.Humbert, of tbe president! uf the senate, announced that the
chamber of deputies having closed it.
■onion without lending a formal notification of adjournment to the tenito
this body wu no longer competent to
deliberate. H. iniiited that nothing
they could now do would have the
foroeoflaw. PremierTind expressed
hit disagreement with thli view, and
many lenators urged that it wu nocei-
-try to pau bill, for the defence of
the porta of Fnnoe and lea cout and
those providing (or building new war
veueli, but Humbert remained firm and
a decree wu read cluing tho nation
thit had passed the budget,
THI PAPAOY,
IiONDOn, July 16.—The Sfaiidimfi
Rome correspondent sayi: "The Italian cardinal! oppose the luggettion
of teveral foreign cardin.lt that th.
eleotion of an American cardinal u
pope would tend lo lolve th. Roinan
queition. The pone hu uked thn.
cardinal! whether It ii advlnhl. that
the conclave held to elect hii lucceuor
be held at Rome or eluwhere."
Children Ciryfor Pitcher'iCastorta
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Tburadaj Evening. July 18, 1889.
It will ho aeon by an advertisement   elsewhere   that quite an important chango has taken place in
the internal ailuirs of the Southern
Railway.    Shcufe &  Co., through
Ex-Senator Oanfiehl, a member of
tho company, have assigned all their
interests in JJritish Columbia to tho
New Westminster  Southern Railway Company, of   which   Mr, I).
Douglas is president and ull tho members belonging to this city, and tho
latter company have assumed ull
the liabilities of both concerns, and
will   issue   instructions   for future
operations.   There is implied in this,
we  should   imagine, that  Sheafe,
Oanfield & Co.—who appear to havo
been   unable to mnko satisfactory
arrangements with capitalits necessary to  tho  speedy construction of
the road—are to retire from all connection or management of the Southern Railway on both sides of  the
line, and indications point to Nelson
Bennett, of the Fairhuven road, succeeding, south of tho boundnry, to
the  position hitherto occupied by
Sheafe k Co. with   respect  to   the
Southern Railway.   Bennett, as a
railway man of  push, ability and
resources, is very favorably spoken
of by the press south of tho line, and
something very much in tho nature
of a new deal would appear to bo
imminent in Southern Railway matters.   To judge from tlie Sound nnd
Bellingham Bay papers, there is no
end of  a railway ferment amongst
our  immediate   neighbors to  the
south, who haven't lost their grip
. on tho question of an international
railway—or two—worth a cent, hut
are more enthusiastic and determined
than ever on the subject,   Tho new
deal, whatever it is, may bu expected
to   materialize very soon, and the
citizens of Westminster will bo as
much   interested  in  the details as
anyone.
DAItY fcMTlSH OMiTOBIAN, J# WEgTMINSTKB, B. 0„ JTTIiY 18, 1889,
VOLUME VII.-XO, 15.
Thero are indications that the
color problem in the Southern States
is coming to a head. Indeed it
must be apparent to everyone who
has looked into the matter, that
things cannot continue as they
aro much longer. The black man
and the white man in the land of
the "lost cause" cannot discover a
modus vivendi, for the vory simple
reason that tho whito man will not
admit that tho black man. has auy
rights which he is bound to respect
The ultimatum is that the negro
must be "relegated to his appropriate field of labor" and denied any
share in the government of the
country. Hitherto meuns confessedly lawless have been used to keep
colored men from voting and to
keop any votes they might cast
from being counted; now it is openly demanded that- they bo deprived
by law of the right to vote. A
daily paper has recently been cs
tablished which mainly rolies for
patronnge upou its championship of
"tho total elimination of the negro"
from all share in governing, and its
platform is almost universally approved by the press of the South.
The state of popular feeling may be
judged by the well accredited state
ment that to champion the oause of
the negro is to invite social ostracism and business ruin. What tho
end is to be no man can tell; but it
is evidont that those who congratulated themselves on a "reconstructed South" were a little too quick
with thoir rejoicing. Tho long
crimo of shivery is not yet expiated.
The United Statos senatorial
committor- on trade relations with
Canada, which has recently bnon
industriously covering tho frontior
country on both sides of tho bound
ary line, and incidentally putting in
quite an agreeable vacation nt thu
expense of the American taxpayer,
ha*i been picking up a good deal of
miscellaneous information, whioh,
apart from the main question on
whieh thoy (the senators composing
the committee) ostensibly sought
enlightenment, is well fitted to increase thoir respect for tho resources
of the Dominion generally, and of
this province in particular, if indeed
it does not add fuel to the passion
of the American chronic annexationist, who has already manifested
such an inordinate desire to gobble
tho Oanadian "plum." Tho Canada
Lumberman devotes considerable
space to quotations from evidence
gathered up at various points by tho
senatorial committeo aforesaid, from
whioh we reproduce a few extracts:
Mr. E. G. Ames, assistant general
manager of the Port Gamble mills,
informed the committee, among
other things, that ho thought the fir
of British Oolumbia was of a softer
and finer grain than Fuget Sound
timber, and found a quicker salo in
tho Australian market. To compete
with tho British Oolumbia mills they
had to pick it out in grades. The
Australian market demanded a
higher grade of lumber than the
Pnget Sound milla could supply.
The tariff on British Oolumbia lumber kept it out of their home market
and enabled them to compete with
it. Lumber going from British
Oolumbia to Australia and the South
Sea Isles paid the same duty as from
Washington Territory, as Australia
looked upon British Columbia as a
foreign country.   If  the capital in
the business wns transferred to British Columbia, whore, he stated, they
hud cheaper land, cheaper Inhor, otc.,
he thought tho Sound country would
soon bo a very dry place, as lumber
was thu largest producing industry'
in tho country.   Captain J. H. Lib-
bey, who has boon on the Sound for
thirty years, and   who  is  general
manager   of- a  large Tacoma mill,
testified   as   to the largo output of
the Britisli Columbia mills, and the
comparatively low wages.  Tho British Columbia mills were as well supplied with timber ro far ns quantity
was   concerned   as thoso on Puget
Sound, while   the average' quality
was  much   better.   About 60 per
cent, of tho Puget Sound timber wns
sold   in tho American market.    If
tho duty was   taken of   tho lumber
imported   into tlio United Statos,
tin1 American mills would shut up
in'00'days,   "Of course everybody
over   tho British line was in favor
of removing tho export duties."  Ho
thought ihe timber was much better
as you go north.    Alaska cednr was
a growth that far exceeded anything
on Puget Sound, cutting   50  per
cent, clear and almost equalling the
red-wood   of  California,    He concluded that if the lumber from Brit-
is.!] Columbia would ever bu admitted
freo of duty, it would be ruinous to
tho lumber interests of Puget Sound.
John Campbell, of the Port Blakely
mill, testified, amongst othor things,
that   it  costs   less to cut timber in
the British possessions than on tho
Sound   by from 50 to 75 cents pur
thousand   feet.   J.  R, McDonald,
president of tho Lako Shore, Seattle
it Eastern Railway testified that he
was   in   the lumber business, and
that last year he had sent 47,000,-
000   feflt of   logs to the mills.   If
thero was a removal of duty there
would be just thut much less lumber
cut.   He did not think any of  the
Sound mills were then making any
money, and   did not believe there
was  any  difference in wages  on
either side of tho line.    In his opinion   tho Douglas fir was nearly as
strong as oak.    At :i session of the
senatorial committee held at Minneapolis, Minn., Mr. J, B. Bassctt
testified in favor of unrestricted free
trade with   Canada,   Ho  belioved
tliat unrestricted commercial intercourse would be the best for Canadians as well as Minnoupolitnns, not
only in lumber, but in everything
else.    Major Geo. A. Camp, at the
samo session, testified that "there is
no  lumber  iu Canada so situated
that   it   can come iu and compete
with   the  lumber in Minneapolis.
On tlie Pacific coast, however, it is
different.   Thore, the removal of the
tariff would   bring the lumber of
British Columbia into direct compo-
tion, and would be disastrous to tlie
lumbermen  on  the Pacific coast."
He said further :   "My ideas of the
resources of that northern country
bayond the boundary are that they
are  far  larger  than  is generally
thought.   In my opinion tho child
is already born that will live to see
tho day when tho great wheat bolt
cf   tho world will be north of the
lino of tho Canadian Pacific road,"
The members of the senatorial cpm-
mittce sny that the genoral tendency
of the testimony wherever they have
f[one has been in favor of reciprocity;
but it Is hardly to bo expected that
anything will bu done in that direction so long as   tho   present pro
tec livo  ud ministration remains in
power.
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AUCTION SHE
Royal Columbian Hospital
Site, and Buildings.
I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY THE
Trustees of tho Royal Columbian Hospital to Hell by Public Auction at tho Colonial Hotel,Now Westminster, on
Monday, the 22nd Day of July,
AtSO'Clock P.M.,
Lots 13, 14, 15, lit, Mf nnd 18,
Block XXXI,
New Westminster City, situate on Agnes
Hlroet, being llio present situ of the Ituynl
Colombian Hospital.
Thin property is vory eligibly situated
on tho upper side ot the principal residenco ittreot of llie city, und commnndan
view of tho Frasor River oast anil wost.
Tho hospital bnlldlng and tbo Mownnl's
residenco will be sold nt same time.
Torms of sale will bu—% cash, % In three
months anil % In six month** from tho
dntoofsnto; no Intorest.
possession will bo given to tbe purchaser
or purchasers on tlio 22nd of .lanuary, 1SIH),
wlion tlio lust payment of tho purchaao
money will bo duo.
WUl also bo sold at same time:
Lot 4, Blori* XVII, Now Wostminstor
Oity.   All foncod.
I.i.l» I, tt, .1, Hiilidl vision or lut it, Block
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VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll u duly certified plan, profile and
book of reference of the Mission Branch
of this Railway wero deposited ln the
Land Registry Odlce of the Dlstrlot at
Now WeBtmlnster on tbe 17lh day of Juno,
1880. H. ABBOTT,     .
General Superintendent.
Vancouvor, B. C, 27th June, 1889, djettm
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
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fes,   Assays mado on all hinds of min
erals, sold and silver bars. Thirty yearn'
experience in mining In Asia- Europe
and United Klates of America, Speaks
ten languages. Assays from a distance
promptly attended to, Address Vancouver, BTO. ddoWto
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Oanadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
A. DesBR IS AY, Cor. Columbia _ Blackie Sts.
dnplOlo
BUGGIES S     BUGGIES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A CAR-LOAD OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring ilcLaughlan
MM 'MJ (£-2- ea M "EB3 SSS
■ AISO	
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
•JST The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.*^!
dwapa.     XnLeidL dto 0*u.-rx*i©-.
'Toronto' Mowers
Maxwell Mowers
The Little Maxwell
Steel Frame Binders.
F.C. Strickland ft Co.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Planet, jr., Warden Tools,
Lawn Mowers, &c. &c.
Tiger   Rake.
Sharp's Do.
Maxwell Do.
Ooliiiiiblu Street, Nov Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PURVEYORS IN GENERA*,. FRESH AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
iarSpccial lines quotoil for the shinning trade.   Family orilors strictly attended
to.   Hotels will find It to their interest to place their orders -vith tha abovo firm,
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN -SfREICHENBACH,
rauooEsaons to w. b, townsend)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Bacon, SmiMugo, Bolognas, Etc.
dnolyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
The Columbian Fiiintiko Ebtaiihshmknt Iras lirst-clnes facilities for
all kinds of Oominorcinl Printing. Bill Heads. Letter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of evory description, Posters, Dodgers,
Prioe Lists, io.   Frioos will be found ns low as at any other offica whore
ant-elasa work is done.
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES & RANGES
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
Intending Buyers should make a, note
of' this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
ColumbiaStn Ksw Westminster.
Granville & Water 8t"„ Van: -;&r
THK Sl'AOE HBLOS.W TO
H. T. READ & CO
HA.IU-VMKK MK1101I.\ STH.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
BOE33K.T T__._a.--V,
»s:A.xejk.<shxi___t.
2_x_e_.2frxj_n__o,xxr-tx___iB ob*
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY
AGRICVI-TVRAIi & ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S,—All ordcra from tlio upper country promptly attended to.
dwnolinfl
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, New Westminster.
II
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS & all kmflsof WooM llootls
HEADY-MADE CLOTHING.
jJSF" Tho only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dml*30tc
ROYAL CITY
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
MANUFAOTUIlKRfl AND DEALKR8 IN
H
Flower Pots, Flowor Fots I
OK AM- SIZES, AT POTTERY PRICKS,
for milo by ALFRED C. WILSON,
Gtmlenor nnd FlorUI, Royal Avonue,
Now Westminster, Aoull Rollolted, iWl*
To Mill Owners.
QH\LRI) TRNDHB- MARKED "LUM-
(5 Iter" will I.L- received by tlio l-mlor-
Signed up to Friday tlio 2nd dny ot Augilit,
IKHll.fiirtliemiplily nf ulmutllOO M. feot of
,'MnHi plunk, III ft. loinr, llieliullll-* luldno
tlm her ii ml rilrhiKoi-H for laying plunk. All
(o bo good Hounil lumber, nee from rotten
kuolH.
Tttutorlul to 1)0 delivered on tbo bunk
of tho Frnior Rlvor ul couvontont pointi'.
Hopnrute tirlcen lo bo montlonoil  for
t-t-diii-unit fir.
Tlio lowest or nny tender not nucexKitrlly
ncofijitort.
liy order of lho Council,
O. V, HWEET,
tijiymo cm, a
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
J___T2_-  J_XZX,  KIITD8  OB*
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors,   Frames.   Windows,
Mouldings. Bnluster§.
Blinds. Brackets,
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
WOTIOB
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT '
1> I Intond malting application to tlio I
Honourable* the Chief CommlHHlnnor nf fl
Lnnds nnd Works for permission tn lenso I
tho following described trnots of land.'
UCommenfllngntnatakflsitunlodsoulh
Of n inko lying enst of Poop Bny, Denotation Sound; running thonco no elininn
south, tlieiieo 00 ohnlns enst, thenco 30 '
clinlns north, theneo 20 chalnsonst, thonco
10 ohalns north, llionco 110 chalnn west,
thence 10 chnlns north, theneo 10 chnlns
weat, theneo 50 ohnlnH t-outh- theneo 10
chnlns west, thonco lo pointof commence*
ment.
3. Conimouoiiigutnpt)sti.t the mouth
ot a littlo strenm 30 chnlns south of Tlbbr-
I'olnt, Hiu-ii Ishinil; running thenco wost
10 ohnlns, south '2ft ohalns, went 15 ohnlns,
south Ul ohnlns, went 28 chains, north 12
chnlns, wost 12 chnlns, norlb '21 ohnlns,
west 8 chains, norlh (I chains, wnt 72
ohnlns, norlb 21 chums, enst 21 chnlnn,
south 16 ohnlns, oust vo chnlns, north a,
chatim, out-t 28 clmim- to shore, thenco
along nhoro to plaoe of commoucoment.
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
July 9, IBM. ilJIyOml -VORTJMBVIThNO. U
»AI« BBIVIfiS COWMBUK, KBW WflS-tMIKflTER, B. 0., JULY 18, 1689,
BE STILV, AND WAIT.
Be Btill, and wait, f
And boar thy fato— '
If i'iou art poor or desolate-
As patiently
As it may be,
Till betlor fortune comes to theo.
TiiouyU blook tbo night,
No star in Bight, •; ■■-
There surely comes the morning light;
- Soo'orthy sky
Ot midnight dyo
Tim sun will shluo out by and by.
Be still, and wait,
Nor frown at fate,
lie thy mlstortunoB small or groat;
For tbou ehouldBt know
That Joy and woo        **  —-*--.
Juvc, like tue tides, their ebb and flow.
Tho fret and strain
Of hoart and brain -    ",
Increase tho gloom, augment tho pain;
But hours of calm—
Liko hallowed psalm—
To aching wounds will furnish balm.
Though many a bliss .
Thou'rt doomed to miss
In such a changing world as this
Thy fours abate; \
Be still, and wait, * -—-*-*■<
For joy will Qnd thee—aoon or late.^^---**-*:
—Josephine Pullard, in N. Y. Lodger.
UNEQUAL PARTNERSHIP,
What Happened to tlio Firm of
Huntington & Wife.
  •$&*&' -
Mover dawned a brighter morning than
tlmt which ushered in Ray Huntington's
uviMiii-- day. Never throbbed a happier
lii'itri than that ot the fair girl who, forsaking homo and friends, vowed to love,
honor and obey him, "until death do us
part.*'
"Sho was the hello of tho vlllago, and
ou<-ht to huvo had her choice among ua all,"
explained Carl Trenton, who, every body
knew, imd been refused by thp bride at
lou■■■ ii dozen limes.
•'Ht- is no handsome—and rich) too,they
any. Really, Noll Aldon has done remark-
ably well," said moro than ono envious
Ray linntinRton, although ho waa not a
Huh man, was advancing rapidly ou tho
mud to wealth. As he was a lawyer In a
■li-;!-mt city, tho wedded pair at once went
m the home which ho had provided thore, a
modest cottage in the auburba, very plainly
furnished, but as beautiful aa a palace in
tho eyes of tho loving brido.
-'We shall he away from the disagreeable
noino and bustlo, dearest," aaid Ray, un-
(■ually, "I can lunch at Roger & Allen'B,
und bo home for nn early tea, except, peril ps, in vory busy seasons. Besides, I get
.iii* place at a bargain—it costs dreadfully
• 0 rent—and we must really cconomi-te in
i ivc r. wuy possiblo. We must croep before
wo on n walk, Nellie.1'
"1 mn suro overy thing is as nice as it oan
'ii'.'1 aaid tho wifo. "It iamuch bettor than
i.viiiff right iu the city. 'I amsurothatl
shoiud bo crazy In a week, there."
"I don't doubt it," returned tho relieved
husband, "But you will not bo bothered
I'Ci'oatall. I will attend to the markotlng
oach duy ns I go to town, and we will havo a
yulei homo of our' own."
Thut was the beginning."1
Ray Huntington's boasted creed was that
rnan'lago was simply a partnership of two
congenial souls—a blending of two natures
into a perfect wholo, whose thoughts,
whoso aims, whose cnorgios wore ono.
That was all very well, if our legal gcntlemufi had only lived tip to
hi-! professed belief. Uut, liko many others,
he pvofossed ono thing and lived another.
While he ofton declared that a man and his
-.vi-io wero ouo, ms daily life added most
ompbiUienliy; "And the man is that ono."
Pretty* loyal Nellio waa, not long iu (lis*.
covering tho fact, and, although grieved
i hat her exalted Idol proved to bo but com-
uion clay,aftor all, Bhe made thobestof
lifo ns sho found it, and succeeded In eking
out tlio scanty allowanco, whioh was grudg-
Ingly given, to an oxtont which surprised
und delighted him,
"It isn't ovory man has a wife like mine,"
ho often said confidentially to a friend, but
novor a word of praiso to the tolling wife
hoi-self. .■.'      - Vl. few*
What wonder that tho.roses in her chcoks
gave placo lo colorless lilies, and "crow's
feet" multiplied in the fair face, as added
■■.aims taxed hor strength and economy.
Tiny feet pattered hero anil thero, baby
voices mado tho sweetest of all music to
her mothor hcurt, and added numbers
brought added labor to the pationt, mothor
** hands.
Kay Huntington was recognizod by tho
world (hy his world, lu which his care-worn
wife had no part) as a successful mnn. He
attended his clubs, and dressed iu a manner
befitting his station, while his wife woro
shabby calico. "' \-'■•■'"
"Because I must, my dear,'you do not
understand," ho explained, when she gently dhidod him for aome extravagant outlay.
"His quito necessary that one in my position should do so. I hoard It hinted that I
waa to bo run for mayor noxt year. (Think
ofthat, my dear." ;    ■*''
And the uncomplaining woman did think
of tho proposed honor—thought of It with
added dread, as sho toiled in tho kitchen,
with no help except nn ignorant Swede girl,
un emigrant, whoso chief recommendation
waa hor pationt lovo for the little ones.
Onco she ventured to suggest an allow*
uiK'o for family use, as tho busy lawyor
often forgot to order the necessary artioles,
but ahe wus mot with indignant surprise.
"Women know nothing about spending
money, Nellie, I am surprised 11 will attend
loit. What I Gretchun wants moro monoy?
Wasn't it last week that I gavo you two
dollars for her?"
'■Yoa, but sho has been here four weeks.
Wo owe hor flvo dollars now," Nellie bo-
galn wlih crimson face, and went on desper-
iiU'ly: "Mother wroto that she is going to
viva us next month. She hns never beon
hei'o -has never seen our children, Charlie
must, huvo now shoes and clothes. Baby
np-jda new flannels, and—this is the bost
dri'Mlhuvo Iu tho world. You wouldn't
iv,mime to feel ashamed to welcome my
own doar mother, Rayl" -,   .
''How much monoy do you want!" ho
aaltod- frigidly.
"Filiy dollura at least to make Ua com-
foi-i.uhlo and respectable," she replied, wtth
phlnful hesitation.
"Fifty dollars 11 am not made of money,"
ho exclaimed, ovon while his faithful con-
ocleuco reminded him that ho had paid moro
than that-win for a club dinner, tho weok
boforo, and paid it with a willing smile.
•'Horo, this must do," and ho counted four
ilve-dollav bills into hor hand. --***•**«&•*■
With ono startled, indignant glance, the
wife's hand ehut convulsively over the
money, aud ahe loft the room hastily. ■$*&_
"She will mako that do," muttered hor
husband, uneasily, watching her. "Next
i hue 1 will give her more, and I really think
1 will call at Blankton'B and order ouo of
ihoao now silks sent up."
ho silk came, and Nellio smiled bitterly,
n.i alw laid it In tho darkest corner of her
bureau drawer. Charlie rejoiced In new
I'lottios and real "boy's boots," baby woro
nuw, soft, warm flannels, Grotehon was
paid, but there was nothing left to replenish the mother's wardrobe.'
Alas 1 it seemed as If it was never to need
One ovening Ray Huntington returned
to find his well-ordered house in confusion.
Baby hod cried herself to sleep, and wna
atill sobbing pitifully, while Chnrlio waB
crying softly by the chamber door, whero
Grotehon was vainly trying to quiet the
lover-stricken wife and mother.
"Oh, papa, wilt my boo'ful mamma dio?
Say, papa, will Bho diel" wailed Charlie,
creeping timidly to his father's side, -,r\
Grelohen looked up hopefully as ho entered, "* ■'! "*M*~ ■*'•** ■-•■ v.-*,ft!'*'
"I will do it in a moment, Ray," orled
Nellio, with crimson cheeks nnd strangely
bright oyei, "I only stopped to rest for a
moment, my—my hoad feels so queerly, but
I will got your tea at once."
"Lie still, dearest," ho Bald, moro gently
than ho had spoken for many months.
"Hlotohen, take this noto to Dr. Davis, and
call as you come back to ask Mrs, Hall if
she will run in a few moments."
Dr, Davis came, n gray-haired man""who
had road many of this world's lOBSont.
aright. .    - *
"Overwork, my doar sir.  System com*
plotoly run down. I havo noticed fotWo
help but that raw Swede girl-willinj;
enough, but not capable, sir. Men don't
know tho value of good wives until {hey
lose them," said tho old man, bluntly.
"You don't think—sho—my wifo Nellio
will uot die/" cried tho Blartlcd lawyer.
"Perhaps not—hopo not. But sho is
worked down, and tbo worst of it is, she
will carry all hor worry and troublo with
her through her delirium. What is that
about partnership, Huntington? I have
heard you define marriago, of ten enough.
0ow havo you used this partner of yours'
Havo you shared the profits honestly! I'd
liko to havo you compare accounts, you will
havo timo enough boforo your wifo gets up
again. I suppose sho hus a mother. Bend for
hor at once. Yea, yes, I'll bo round in tho
morning, but moro depends upon loving
caro than upon mc; mind, 1 said looiWg cave.
Goodnight, sir."
In the weary, almost hopeless time of
anxious waiting, Ray Huntington learned a
new moaning of his favorite creed, lu her
delirium Nellio told hiin many things which
sho would nevor havo mentioned in hor
rational moments.
At last there came a day whon the littlo
cottago was as silent as death; when tho
dread angel hovered on tho threshold, thon
paused mercifully by; when a human llower
bloomed but to perish, and a tiny llfewout
out with its first glimpso of earth.
"Yes, sho will live," said good Dr. DaviB,
suspiciously wiping his glasses with unusual energy. "You havo learned your
lesson enslor than many mou do, Huntington, for you will havo your wifo again. If
you lovo hor, cherish hur. That's tlio word,
cherish ter- man. Mnko her happy, Bho is
your piu'tiipr in life. Bho has common
sense, I BUpposo 1 Well, tium, «iio.y.-Wi' ho»*
share of tho proflta, Never lot hur bo
ashamed of her husband'*! mcauness. I am
a blunt old man, Bir, hut I menu woll, I
havo seen so much of this otjo-Bidod purl*
norship business among married people,
that I have uo patienoo loft. Your wife has
just ns much right to her share cf your lu-
conio ua you have to yours. I hope you'ro
not offended, but I'm glad I've Had tho
courage to give you something to think
about. Keep up tho loving care, Hunting-
and your wife will bo around in a
month."
That mouth was one of pleasure and
sorrow to tho repentant husband, but ho
had resolved upon a now course of action,
and as they sat at the table ou Now Year's
eve, he said, tenderly: "It waa kind of tho
mother to leave us to begin tho now year
together, Nellio; it shall bo tho beginning
ot a now lifo for us.' Henceforth my
partner' is an equal with myself. The
household is your branch of tho business, I
will soo that you havo sufficient funds to
covbr all tlio expenses m a creditable way.
My wife shall never again fool ashamed because of my BtlnglueBs."
it was novor that," Nellie protested,
loyally.
Perhaps you were not sensible of it, but
the feeling was thero just the saino," replied her husband, firmly. "It flballnovor
happen again. To-morrow tlio firm of
Huntington & Wife begins anew, and on a
different basis. I will clicrteh my family,
hereafter."
And happy years have proved tho truth
of his vow.—Ella H. Stranton, in Woman's
Magazine.	
WASTE  BY   FRICTION.
Mutual ltuopcct mul Confltlonvi} EsoonUul
tu AU Grout Undertaking-.
Undoubtedly a groat many peoplo overwork, but thero aro a groat many sins laid
upon tho ahouldera of work whioh ought to
bo bound on tho back of friction. Friction,
says tho Christian Union, kills ten men
whero overwork kills one; friction destroys
rroshness, wastes energy, Bponds courage
and induces failure. Except in case*] where
personal adjustments aro absolutely necessnry, friction ii puro waste, servos no purposo, accomplishes no result, and is so much
■apital of health, strength, high spirit ami
good working power thrown away, It is
safo to say that no groat ontorpriso ever
succeeded in which friction was not reduced to tho minimum, because friction involves necessarily defective organization or
antagonistic methods and plans. Tlio home:
lu which friction is a permanent element ia
a caricature of a real Lome. It ia a homo
without repose, without ouoerlulncBs, without that atniosplioro of confidence, sweetness and sacrifice which is to all lho best
nud nobiost interests of the family what.
the air is to plants and men. Incident':!
friction und occasional friction aroincviUi
bio; continuous friction moans bad organization, unsympathetic worker;', or tho
proscnooof obstinacy, stupidity or willfulness. Wherever it exists it ought to bo
taken as nn indication that thoro is somethln**; wrong, nnd as a suggestion Unit ibis
timo to examine tho situation and remove
the obstacles. In most cases tho observ-
nncoof ufew simple principles will olimhiuto
this cxaaporating source of wcaitness ami
failure.
Itiaiiselosa for people to try to nocomplish
u common result without mutual confidenoo
in each othor. If a man lacks confidence iu hia
partners, ho would bolter dissolve tlio partnership aud form now business bonnoo-
tious; if a man lacks confidonco in his
friends, ho would hotter examine himself to
soo whether ho ia worthy of association
with them, and if ho can satisfy his mind on
that point he would better ceaso intercourse
with thom rather than carry it on at the ox-'
ponso of that good understanding whioh ia
the basis of all truo friendship. A I Headship accompanied by Incessant irritation
will soonor or later como to an end, and tho
sooner that end is reached tho bolter. Mutual confidence is tho only sound und
healthy basis for co-operation in uny enterprise. When wo ceaso to havo coufidenco
in eaoh other, it is timo that tho connection
should be broken. Tho othor method of
keeping up a relationship out 6f whieh the
heart is gono, aud so producing a continual
friction, is a slow torture to which death la
far preferable.   :';-?;-
Thoroughgoing sympathy makes friction
Impossible, und ia at lho sumo timo tho
foundation rook on which ull great success
lsbulldod. No man can co-operate, heart
and soul, with nnothor unless ho lias sympathy with his aims and spirit. Ho can not
ovon understand what thoso aims and
spirit aro without the powor to put himself
In tho other's placo and seo things from his
point of view. Great enterprises go
ihrough to success whon mon como into full
sympathy with oach othor In tholr devotion
to u grant purpose Buch a sympathy is n
silent but infallible intcrpreler****bt'twccti
men who may differ In many points, urge
dlverso methods, oven possosscs antagonistic temperaments, and yot be porfeotly
harmonious through thoir harmony in some
central purpose.  . - ..
Evory-groat work is, iuacortahiBouso, a
compromise. No man is able to achieve a
great thing with his own unaided hand. At
aomo point or another ho needs tho help of
others, and when ho needs thatholphe
mustconccdOBomethlngto.it. It is only
under a despotism or "under somo form of
slavery trial ouo man arbitrarily imposes
his wilion another. In that caso thoro I.
uo friction because thoro is no individuality,
no consciousness of manhood, none of the
barriers of self-respect. Mutual concessions aro tha price which mou must pay for
co-oporntlon, and in tho ond thoy gain moro
than thoy Iobo, for many n mnn who hus
gonlus for Ideas is helpless without tho
practical skill which can glvo thom ahapo
md form* Iu tho shaping and forming tho
idea is generally modified to advantago.
Men who work together and without friction must respect each othor, Tlioro is
nothing whicli creates so effective nn esprit
le corps, which develops so thorough a
iisoipllno, as the common respect of each
man for tho placo, responsibility ami
authority of every othor. If a man's por-
sonntity and authority arc not respected in
a department of a businoss, it h time for
hlm to Insist on tho propor recognition oi
both; or if his superior has not yet learned
lho primary businoss principle ef respecting tho poi'Gonnlity nnd tho authority of a
subordinate, it is time that ho went back to
lho kindergarten aud mado a thorough
study of tho first principles of buccobd.
If mutual confidence, mutual sympathy,
mutual concession and mutual respect uio
studiously cultivated, friction willdisappcnr
aud success bo achieved. Whoro men aro
hnnd-iii-glovo in propor relations, and in lho
proper spirit towurd each othor, friction is
It Made
Mother Strong
"My mother has beer
USlnff  I'AINB'B CELEB1
Compound for nervou!
prostratlon, accompnn
led by melancholia,
etc., and It has don*
her a world of good
It is the only meal
that strength
003 the nerves.'
a. ii. Ueeus, '
orbiBoala*
FO.
" I am In my o-ltb year. Have been afflicted li
several ways-could not sleep, had no appetite
no courage, low spirits. I commenced using
Palne's Celery compound, and felt relief Iron
the third day aftor using it I now have a good
appetite and cun sleep woll. My spirits onO
Paine's
Celery Compound
Strengthens nnd build*- up tho old. and euro*
their lnilrmii los. Him, indigestion and
iiei-vnuanesa yield (illicitly to tho ciiratlvopowei
of Pulac's 'Jewry Compound.
A Porlect Tonlo and Invleorntor, It
CIVES NEW LIFE.
"I nm now (to years old and havo tiled several
remedies, but none had any effect until I used
Polno'a Calory compound. I feel entirely cUf-
fcrcnt for tho short time I hnvo used It. I can
walk nearly Btrautln, sleep sound imd well, and
f< iol w though there was now lite and energj
rjoiutug Into iny wltoln Bj*fltom."
II. SlYMUB, Cleveland, Toon.
Palne's Celery compound is of unequaled
initio to women. It strengthens tho nerves,
regulates tho kidneys, nnd lias wonderful powe*
ta curing tho painful diseases with which wo
mon so often silently suffer.,
$i per bottle. Six for «.' At DruggjBta
Wl'LLS, HiaiAHlSOH -t CO UOXTEBAL.
n/AMflNII nVFQ True to Name and Color,
VIMfWIW UrtH ^tiling cun Equal Than,
WUB BABY tUoS<?&S%W
>TOTIOa
DURING MY ARSKNCI-1 FROM THE
cliy Mr. Newton A. White will havo
i-liiii'-''- nf my business*, and has authority
to c>i!< ci uml discharge all accounts In
■.•imiif-i'tk'n therewith, etc.
ft. II. WEBB.
No-rWestmlnfitei*jJnn8.0,186i).   d]e0m2
toenail irserf
{Removed fhgm saawcii to Viotoria]
$Sm® I?OR CATALOGUE
O (illustrated) cf Plants, Mow*
br and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers tliis year,
G.A. McTAVISH,
•Ir-in'iiumi VICTORIA, B.C.
THB WESTMINSTEtt
JOHNS. OCX, Prop.
Light Uralunns,
JPai-li-ldgt- Coohhliki,
Plymouth Kocku,
White face llPk Spanish
White Created, ltlnck  nml Gal-Un
Foinmlfl.
Iloitiluust      ''llv'-i-in-nclllei!    llam«
Imi'gB.
ntnek, tteil nnd Pitt GamcH.
Toulouse Uuesu,      Itoueii Dunk-..
.vinhfite
VIOTOEIA
fi
HSTAI1LISHED 1839.
M. E. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes k Biscuits
Contractors hy Appointment lo Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, the Dominion (.lovernment, Ae.
Modal nmt Diploma awarded atthe Colonial and Indian Exhibition, London, um
KAOTOttY--Nla*iar.iSU, .TnmesBny,
01'',l<i('E.S-r-7FoH ftt., Viotoria, B.C.
dnpBmfl
W. C LOYE,
Hemtrtiift Neatly Done.   Cork Sole
Wurk a Specialty.
narordorn promptly attended to.
Clarkton St., In rear of Coloninl Hotel, next to Itand Bros.' olftco. duelto
DRESSMAKING
At mm JF.NMJNW,
(IjATK ov Enqj-ank-)
Corner of Church nnd Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
■WSn-tlsfiii'tlnn guaranteed.    dwfc7tc
Dress-Making 1
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STUEKT,
New Westminster, B. C.
taraatlsfuotlon glinriiiilooil.      ,lup!8tf.
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH MILK
Delivered Dully to Customers In all parts
of the City.
Holoiannd Restaurants supplied nt Special Rates by tlm year.
FRESH EGGS
Delivered at Market- Rate*-,
Orders left at M.  BlKOLAUt'B will bo
promptly attended lo.
WEAVER * -WOODWARD,
djelllyl Proprlolors.
CITY  BREWERY!
A.1©!   -A-l©!
Tho Very Bost in tho Cily Is Browed by
JOHN W. ANDRZEJEWSKI
Al lhe City Brewery, Annes Btreet.
Ordors left at Dickinson's Butcher Shop
shall liavo prompt attention. Give uu a
trial and Judge for yourselves.
New West., July 13,1869. djlylittc
Service Bull.
THE THOROUGU-BItED STORE-POOM
JERSEY BULL,
"Governor Moody"
Will Gtnnd for nervine this sonson nt Bel-
ham Dairy. New Westminster, whero the
beautiful «cl of this suporb animal ean be
seen and Inspected.
A few calves for salo.   Terms reasonable
T. CUNNINGHAM,
Ralfb Booth, Proprletoi'.
Manager, dmyHtc
Corbett & Kennedy,
MAKUFACTUnEtia  OV
TIN, COPPER&SKEET-IRON
■w^.3a*ii:.
-flTlttTER'8 MOCK, (UI'-STAIRS),
FnosT Strket,       Nkw Wkstminsti'ii..
HAVING JUST OPENED IN THE
above line, wo respectfully nollclt a
share of the trade, nml trust byeurcful
attention to ordors aud inmierale eliiii^tis
to merit the same. Exported cod workmen; sathfnetlnn guaranteed.
Estimates furnished for Galvanized Iron
Cornice, Rooflnp, Plumblnp, Gns-flttlng,
Stenm and Hot water Heating, An.
B>~**** Entrance to premises on Mnry SI.,
in rear of Bank of ll. C. dwmhiitu
TO SMOKERS.
IP YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FOB THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
„,lT„F MAINLAND.
turTIiey are uot only mado of tho
Choicest Tobacco hut they aro of
HoiIlO AInilUfuctlirCf and should ho
patronh-Qtl hy all good citizons.
WM. T1ET1EN, Manufacturer,
HOLimoOlv BUII.DINO,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tliis Fino Townsite, at tho Frosli*Water
Junction of the
 with Tin;—
fl V.l.vi Above IVi-Kliiil'i.strr,
llau just been Surveyed, ami the Lots
aro for salo hy
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Oi' Nkw Wkstminst-'k, B, C.
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRY GOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT THE  LOWEST PRICES.
LUNDBOMM'S MOCK,
t'oluiiililn Direct,       New Wesluilnster.
 noldwly	
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FAOT THAT
OJlIIT-BII'S
Temple of Music 1
Is tho Place to Buy Flr-it-Class
PIANOS «»ORGANS
Al hiu*h PrlcL'S and Tonus ax will Suit
Any Itcasounblc Buyer,
For price;! and term'', apply lo CAR*
TEH'S TEMPLi'J OF MUSIC,
Vancouver, IS. <'.
a'10 Ha-llnga ftt. Went. dnplOlo
W. R. AUSTIM'S
FARM  PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
LEAVE OIUJEIU*   AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WllAIll''.
 qiuyaiic     	
SAANICH^ MILL8!
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANUKAtTUIll-lKS  01'
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Pr-eco*;''.
^ ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MIU,* lit Km 111 Killlltlrh.
OFFICF.& WAREHOUSRi Viclorln.
(Imh20m6
ILLMDI---GI
830.332 CORDOVA STHEKT,
VAWCOUVER.B.C.
Importcr» nnd Dealer** ln
MACHINERY
OF ALL DESOaiTlOKS.
MARINE WORK~A SPECIALTY.
dwdeMtc
Canadian Pacifio Railway,
PACIFIC DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MASTERS OF VBH*
solsand othor Onifi navlgntluB the
Knisi-i- Rivi'i'iiieeiiulloiu'd to keep within
the Buoys puliilmi Ib'd ii'i'l Whit**, re-
Kpcctivoiy,at the Mlssini Bridge,aadur*
In-*- tliocimslruction ot Hit' llil-i'-c, iinvl*
iriulon hclweon tlio Imnk.-i of tno River
mill the Buoys In diiiii'-'i'.ni:;,iiwliif,'tojillec
bijti-tf driven thete,
IT. ABBOTT,
Qenoral Ktipcrintendent.
Vancouver, B. ft. 7th May, 1880.   dmySto
Plants for Sale!
J. W. WINGER
DEALKU1N
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
Bone on Short Not loo and at Hca-on-
ablo Tui'ins,
SAN JUAN LIME
Always Iii Slooli.
Orilors len ut llio 0. P. N. Wllurj will bo
piuiniitiy dcllvoretl, (ImbUDlo
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
11   g
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
t_T Hijjliost Price poill for Furs nnd
Deer lliuts.
Corrospniidenco liivltcj. --...Telopriono
Cnll No. II. djndU,
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot ov Douglas Stiieet, Nkau
Columbia Stueet,
j. n:u«a SON, PROPRIETOR
TjlRTCSH   BREAD,   OAKKP,   PASTRY,
Jj   Confectionery, etc., eto,
Hotel and Restaurant trado solicited.
All order**   promptly attended lo aud
delivered to any part of the city.  UnihSKy
B-CMmmnnial Works
Cor. Columbia ahd Chit.oh Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marlilo or Granite of Pest Quality.
CORNER     POSTS     ANO    CURBING.
N. B.—.lust rooetvetl—tlio finest aseort-
moutof s«miI(-1i <'riMill*>lloiiii(iii>iit--ever
seen n British Columbia, whioll'Will be
sold ai prices putting competition out of
tbe question.
awmliaiyl ALEX. HAMILTON' Prop.
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses* Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
|^ REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to sec the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
•JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwto SI  Col-amTslB. Street.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
l__SJ-_L-_SXt   1ST
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly ou Hnml an Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats * Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, Ac
xxxtxr-t*   sb   -Bo-s-ar   mtjitb.
Great Variety of Household Artioles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME and  GENERAL 8TORE8.
N* tt.—Fnrm Produce bought at market rates or sold on eommlselou. ScVOrderi
from the Interior promptly attended to, dwJeSto
•,*
ORDERS TAKEN FOR FRUIT AND
ORNAMENT All TUFFS, Including
all tlio leading varletleu of
Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries,
 ALSO ■
SMALL lltl ITS of every description.
lI'iuqnelH- Wreatlis and Cronf.'*)'math
to order.
ddwapsyl p. LATHAM.
The ntlvnutngcB ami prospoot-i of this
Plot for a futuro thriving Town nro
many.
Tho Ltitul in tlio vicinity is gonil,
Thero aro iuoxliauatllilo IKON OHIO
DEPOSITS, of n superior quality, inuno-
cllatcly mlincent, ni woll as vast strata of
thu finest BUXLDING HANI) ami POT*
TKRY CLAY.
On the Townsito are a nunibcrof vnln-
ablo MINIMAL SPKINUS.
Comimmioalion by html aiitl water is
niiL'ijiialluil, by reason of tlie Ineatimi of
the Townsito ou tho Fmsor Ulvor anil
tiic Kontlici'ii Hallway, while the natural
elevation anil Iny of tlio land can not ho.
excelled usi u iiitualion for a fine town,
Tho ground Is open and oloar of heavy
timber.
The i.i!<! luii boon selected as ouo of
tho moat important athtlonH on the
Sniitlicin Hallway, and with tlm completion cf tho read, in tho near future,
must, with all its other udvnuta-'oa,
Kp! iuj' into prominence at 01100,
TIiodo who apply enrly will have tho
pick ol tho Lots.
A clear title given with every pur*
OhftGO.
Pai'lich jvlsliiug lol*' ean apply as well,
mi tho promises, to
HENRY KELL8,
ilmyOto Vtmntaet.    I
British OoliimlJia's Exhibit
THE   COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO
prepare an Exhibit from Now West-
mlnstoi for the
Toronto Imliisiiial Inhibition
Is iinximisin Ki'cure fiucli a eollcctlon ns
will do Justice to Mm resources of the clty(
Any pcii-on In llie city orelfiewlieiQ who
has, or expects to huvo before tho date of
the Exhibition at Toronto, Miii'hiirtlclc'i as
arc doomed wnttliy ot i.'-hti* exhibited,
will lonfcriifiiviu' liy conuiuinlcatln-', im
sihiii us ik.hwIIiIc, with sum" member of
thocnmmlllce, All arjlolos lateen for ex*
h Ibi I Inn will lie (.netted and Hentfrcc nf
chargo to the e**hlhltov. The local coin-
mltleola eompoBetlof tho following gon*
tlcmen:—
FlKIl Anii OamK-J. A. l.iildlaw, Rso,.,
Ales. Ewen, Est-,, anil 1*. r lllrroll, I*l(|.
Adiiii'i'i.Ti'ii.u, AND lIoiiTirri.TritAi.
Pnotraora-Thos. cunnlngnttmi K*<i.,\V.
Wolfoudcii, Em\,
MisliliAl-H AM> MAWUKAOTUllfiS-J.O.
Drown. l..q,, II, V. Edinninls, Esq,
Pjtonucrra OlT TUB Foui-st—ll. Elliott,
Euq.,J. U. Kennedy, Esq., D. Mc-Nnlr,''*-(-.
JOHN HKNDHY, Obalrmiin.
1), H0D90N", Secretary. dwJIyHml
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia It Douglas Sts.
STEWART-^CASli, PROPRIETORS
J. J. WILSON, - MAHACER.
Rates, $1.00 and $1.50 nrr Day,
ACCORDING TO BOOM.
SPECIAL BATES BY THE WEEK OR MOUTH.
ttr Parties supplied wlih nil kinds ol
ICE-011EAM. dmy'mO
R8TABUBHEB 1859,
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Scan- oppimlto tho Colonial MoliM.
NBW WESTMINSTER.
T
UK LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
ai'oortinent of all dcccriptlom* of
Sorth British & Mercantile
IP URE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
capital,   •   815,000,1)00.110
Subscribed CniU'iill, ns nl illsl *)fc.,l»8s,
J12,filKl1«)fl. Fire 1'iuul nnd llesorvi', ,11,-
212,720,   Nol 1-rcmllitiw, IM, S.lll'J.ii«).
OF LONOON.
oapltAlj    •'   S!»J..W»00.00
r.ATFs as  Lovy ah any otiihh
COMPANIKS 1IOINII   IIIISINKHS
IN HIlITIHIieoMJMMA.
T. 0-. T-A.QTJES
Agont for Now Wostminstor City
ud District. d|t2S-o
MEATS AND VESETA8S.ES
Constantly on hand, and hu ['plied to Fum-
llles, Ktuttaurruit*}, and Ste-imbo-its at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE 1MUCE8.
Farmers, Attention!
THU UNDEUSiaNED HAH
FOR SALE
—AT—
Chilliwack, B. C.
31 Farm Wagons.
18 H-irk Hoards.
1 Simn woll matched 4-yoar old
niack Horses.
3 Single Driving Horses.
G Cows nnd Calves.
10 Head Steers.
I Trotting Wagon.
t_T A Full Lino ol Cooking Stoves,
Heating Stoves, Tinware, llnrdware,
GrocoricB, Dry floods, Notions, Crock-
cry _ Stonownro, Clothing, lints & Caps,
Drugs, I'nviii Iinplemonts, House Fum-
lslilngs, Fui'iiituro, and tlio Largest Lino
ol Boot, and Shoes nbovo Westminster
and tho most Completo Stook of General
Morohumliso,
COMB  AND  EXAMINE   AND TIE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS.
Jyl0d*w3m I
TIME    CARD.
G.  *£».   Iff. OO.
The Fine Flrst-CWu-N
Str. William Irving
Will Leave tlio 0. P. N. Co.'s Wliarf,
2_-v HR-jr
Tuesday,Thursdays Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AHD WAV PORTS.
Rolnnilni- Evory
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When mifflololit  itulimomont oflfer-i she
will jirococd to HOPE nnd on such
occasions will loave ber wharf
at 4 a. m.
JOHN iltviNQ, Managdr.
T. h. URIGGS, Aoent;
Now Westminster. dapaio
Time Table!
^^*, THE STEAMEB
i*-kK--10BERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER every Mondny nioriiln** nt 7 o'clock for Nnnaimo, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vanoouvor,
Loaves WestmlnHter every Wednesday
at7a. in. for Nnnnimo direct, connecting
With Island rallwny aud Comox Bteamer.
Leaves Nanaimo for Vanoouver on
Thursdays nnd Fridays and returns same
dnys.
Leaves Nannlmo on Saturday at 7 a. rn,
for Westminster direct.
For freight, or passage apply on board,
or to T. L. llltinu.-', 0. P, N. wliarf.     dto
M.A.McRAE
[tl('*'chantl'laiioi'
IIKAIITIKI'I,  IIANQH OV
Black & Fancy Worsteds
sirijn -I and Chuck
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"C-.iori.i.-ow-iin.ptedioclilldren'h.t | OmUnin erne OoSn Oattltwuoii,
kaowntom.."     BA.jUBBl-t,H.».,        I*"_££*«""******™" **-*"*****"
mrkvO**M*rhBr*c«*a,a,T.   l*nJwl-j^ii«m-di-«ka.
Toi Ge-tt.-jr OOHPiflT, 17 Murray Btr-**, M. T.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
(I.I-IIIJ1D )
THOMAS ALLSOP. 1
HENRY 8. MASON, V directoiis
CHYLER A. HOLLAND, J
BEAD OFFICE I
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, END.
Tlie Business of ALLSOP A MA80N hns
been merged ln llio nbove Company nnd
will be carried on bv the Company from
tbls dato as a general Land Investment
und Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low
Rates. Town Lots and Farming Lands
for Sale on easy torms.
Victoria, B. 0„ May 10th, 1887. dwjlys
1
HACK, LIVERY, STACE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINOLE RIBS
At Special Low Sates.
Dnjing and All Sinds of Teaming
Done at Shortest Notice.
the City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
"WStablea nearly opnoslto C.P.R.Depot, Columbia Kl,, New Westminster.
djalitc      QILLEY BR08. Vrops.
foil spring and summer,
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Columbia St.,   -   Nuw Wkstmin-iteh.
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFISH FOR SALE!
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
STABLES.
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. NL WISE,
reitoPEiixoE.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
fnr Hire. Hacks call at all Steamers
and Trains. Speoial attention given to
Boarding Homes.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Ordors may be left at tbe Office ot Mathers A Mllllgan,Commission Merchants,
Front. Street, sew West,
■HA-ERISOlSr SPBINGS
-delated "Water
(Direct from the Springs.)
ENDORSED BY HIGH MEDICAL AUTHORITIES.
Tli* Only Genuine Aernteil Mineral
Water on lhe Market.
The above will be delivered in Now
Westminster twice a week. Leavo orders
with F. 0. MCCARTNEY,
Commission Agent,
Douglas St., New Westminster.   dJlySlc
NOTICE TOJONTBACTORS
HEALED TENDERS WILL BE RE*
Q ceived by the Trustees of the Royal
Columbian Hospital Company up to noon
of SATURDAY, *Mh Jnlj*, tor the erection and completion of a Hospital on Lot
4, Blook 2, Suburbs of New Westminster.
Each tender must be accompanied by
an accepted bank cheque for a sura equal
to five per cent of tbe amount of the tender, made payable to the undersigned. In
the event of a contract being let (he
cheque wilt be retained as part security
for the due performance of the work.
The cheque will bo returned to unsuccessful competitors, but will be forfeited
by any bidder who may decline to execute a contract If called upon to do so.
Plans and specifications can be seen
and forms for tender obtained at the office
of Clow A Maclure, architects, New Westminster,
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted. W. H. KEARY,
Hon. Secretary.
Royal Columbian Hospital,
New West., 27th J tine, 1680.     dJeZIW
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE  BABBAINS
—is—
Suits* Pants
Feed,LiverysSaleBEGGS ftHEABD'S
TAILORING ESTAIUSHMENT.
Weare selling thobestof
English. Scotch & French Goods
At prices away down Cheaper than
Ever.
Call and examine and we are satisfied
that you will buy before you leave the
store. All work guaranteed.
Also—Agents for a new Invention for
Dress-cutting that oan bo used by a mau
or woman and give a perfect fit.
dmhlyl M folmnbU street.
To k Fusco, bl,,
BT WAV OP THB
FOI! POULTRY, *c.
Rice Meal,
FOIl OATTLE FEKDi
dmh'-WtnQ
MEBGHANT TAILORS,
WISH TO INFORM THE PEOPLE Of
New Westminster lhat they hare
re-opened tho store lately occupied by
Messrs. Woods, Turner A Gamble, and
are now prepared to execute all orders for
TAILOEING
A flnr llh* af Cloths J net received,
consisting of all the Latest Design* from E nro perm Markets
MR. J. A. McDOUGALL will attend to
thiH'iitllnir.iuHi Is a practical mechanic
of twelve years' experience in the United
states; also two years as foreman for
Messrs. Gregg A Son, of Victoria,
Satisfaction guaranteed.
CaiiKBiA Street, Opposite Bank of Montreal
NKW WESTMINSTER. R. KOEHLBR;
djr*-3mfl l Manager.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
5TI
BK
HUICKERIN TIME THAN ANT OTHER
ROUTE BETWEEN
(HUM SCENIC ROUTE ef THE MOI'IO UMT
PULLMAN   BUFFIT SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CASS
For Accommodation of Be-ond-Clan Par-
.logon, attached to Expreu Tralni,
Faro from Portland to Sacramento and
Sun Francisco-Unlimited, fcfi; Flnt-
class (Limited), KO; Second-class (Limited), 116.
THROUGH TICKETS to all point. Bonlli
and East, vl. California.
TICKET OFFICES:
ClTTOm™, No. 1.11 Cor. Flnt A Ald.l
Slrpetsj
dkpot Oppiob, Cor. F A Front Ft-eclr,
Portland. Oregon.
-J,P.«OGElll_.
A*H.O.».»P.A'gl i
Mitt twtftiii (JULU-UtiUfc Um WM-MiMM. ii. u.;.MV ill. idbt),
gatlS fritish Columbian
TharuUj Erenlnt, Jaly 111. MW.
MVEITIIINO BATES FOB THI DAILY.
Transient Advert Isrments.-Flrst tnser*
tlim. 10els. per line solid nonpareil; each
subsequent cousecutiveinKortlmi.l'cU'. per
Hue, Advertisements uot Inserted every
day—flrst Insertion, 10 cts. per line; subsequent Insertions, B els. per line,
ft-nn-Hng Ad veHtsemenlB.-Prnfes-'tonal or Business Cards—82 per montb. Bpe*
cliil rates for general trade advertising,
necordtng to space occupied and duration
of contract.
Auction Sales, when displayed,charged
25 per cent, less tban transient advts, If
solid, charged ut regular transient rates.
Mitt-clul Vi'lccn among reading matter,
91) i-i-*, per line each Insertion. Hpecluls
inserted by tbe mouth at reduced rates.
Births, Marriages and Deatbs.Bl for eHch
Insertion; Funeral Notices in connection
with deaths, 60 ots. each lusertion.
WEEKLY ADVERTISING BATES.
Transient Ailvertlsemenls.-Flr.it Insertion, loots, per Hue solid nonpareil; subsequent I usertlons, 7 cts. per line.
Minn-Hug AdvertIsemenls.-ProfesKlon-
al or Business Cards—01.60 per montb,
Special rates for general trade advertising.
Speclitl Notices, Births, Marriages and
Deaths, same rales as Dully.
ruin mnsLbeall metal,unit for I urge cuts
an extra rate will be charged.
8*fTPersons sending l» iidvt'ills.'iii.-nlH
should be careful to siiilo whether lliey
are to appear In the Dally Euluoiiiprthe
Weekly, or hot).. A Hl-crul reduction Is
made when Inserted in hoth. Noadv—
tlsonientlnsei'k'tl for Wan than 61.
SUBSCRIBERS
Who do uot receive their pii por rognlavly.
from tho Carriers nr through  the Post
Olllco, will confer a favor by reporting the
same to the olllco of publication at once.
NEW ADVERTISEtY-iENIS THIS DAY,
Special Meeting W. C. T. U.
Notice ; C. M. Sheafe k Co
Notico. Armstrong k Eckstein
Wanted P. l'\ Raitt
Tenders 3, Q. Jaques
City Debentures D. Robson
No police court to-day.
Nij-ht boll attendance. —D. S. Curtin ,fc Co. w
AU tho fashionable iced beverages, at
the "Hub," next tho "Queen's."   *
Attoution is directed to tlio advertisement of 0. M. Sheafe & Co., re
Southern Railway.
Walker & Co. havo Sapperton Lota
near New Hospital and Ross-Mac*
lareu Milla at old prices. *
A special meeting of the W. 0. T.
U. will be hold to-morrow afternoon
for tho election of officers.
The atr. Rithet left for Victoria this
morning with 40 tons of freight, 58
head of cattle and 30 passengers.
Tho str. Irving left for Chilliwack
this morning with 40 tons of freight
and a largo number of passengers.
Mr. J. G. Jaques- chairman of the
board of works, is calling for tenders
for the improvement of St. Patrick
street.
See our cheap line of Ladies' 4 buttoned Kid Gloves, black and colored—
only 50 cts. por pair, for cash—at Jas.
Ellard & Co's. *to
Tenders aro asked for tho purchnso
of thu debentures issued under the
$85,000 Btreets and park improvement
by-law.   Seo adv. for particulars.
The Vancouver nnd British Colum-
.bin guido, eontuiniuH* official, local aud
general information, is published
monthly by H. P. Judd, of Vancouver city, who will forward copies, nt 5
cutils each, to any address.
Bush fires aro again burning in all
directions, and tho atmosphere ia very
B*noky and unpleasant, Tho liroa are
not sn extonsivo an usual this year, but
thero is still plenty of time, as tho dry
weather will last fully two months
moro.
Tho Vancouvor postoffiee officials
performed u doxtorousfeatyestordiiyin
sending the Victoria mail for Westminster to Winnipeg. These Bort of
mistakes aro very inconvenient, but
mistakes are fur from i infrequent at
Vanoouver.
Tho contract for tiio stono foundation for Dr. Powell's new brick block,
comer of Lytton Squaro and Columbia street, 1iib beon awarded to Thos,
Hembrough & Co., and work will bo
immediately proceeded with. Tenders
for tlio brick and carpenter work will
bo asked for shortly.
Tlio Methodist Sunday school picnic to Derby townsito yesterday
proved n huge success; and tho excursionists returned laat night highly
delighted with their day's enjoyinont.
Tho Reformed Episcopal church Sunday school picnic waa also a delightful
nfiriir. The day was spent on the
shores of Pitt river and everyone joins
in declaring they novor spent a moro
enjoyable day.
There are at thn present timo thirty-
two utaam pilo drivers working on
laud and water along tho water front
of tho city of Seattle. Several more
lmve been ordered, and soon the music
of forty braaen hammers will reverberate orm- the laughing waters of the
harbor. Thoso who own and run pile-
drivers are making from $20 to $55
per day with them. The consequence
is that pile-driver owners aro rapidly
becoming wealthy.
The tenders for tho improvement of
Park lnnu woro opened Inst night ns
follows: D. B. Murray, §1,988; Eylea
& Furnias, 81,100; D. A. McDonald,
§2,205; L. Williams, $1,100; W. Bo*
vill/ vt J. Shannon, 32,62.J; E. W.
Bradshnw, 61,350; J. A. McDonald,
82,450; W. C. Muir, 81,318. The deposit of L. Williams not boing sufficient to cover tho 5 pur cont. of the
amount of the tender, the cmitract was
awarded to Eylos & Fiiniifu.
Tho strike in Messrs. Donnlitio &
Butler's sash and door factory was settled yesterday by tho firm granting
the demands of the men that tho conditions of work in this factory Bhould
bo same aa in others in tho city. Mr.
Donahue stated yesterday morning
that ho had offered to take tho men
back on condition that they would
given month's notice of their demand
for lhe new system, but tho mon sny
they j*o back unconditionally, and
with the new system in operation at
onco.—News.
A Novel Experiment,
A novel experiment, says tho Win
nipeg Sun, ia about to be tried by Sir
John Lester Kayo on hia farm. When
in Winnipeg he noticed the big -'.prink-
linct carts, nnd when the drought
threatened the crops he conceived tho
Idea of putting a largo number in servico for the purpoao of supplying tho
want of rain. Accordingly he ordered
from Ryan & Mac Arthur, blacksmitha
and waggon-makers, on Jemima at.,
44 tanlts. This ia four for each farm.
He only ordered tho tanks and sprinklers, intending to place thom on waggon* belonging to the farms. They
were ordered by Sir John's agont and
architect, who gnvo tho dimuiiDions.
They nra inado of pino boards, with
oak crosa*piecos, and nro watertight.
Thoy aro 11 foot 4 inches by 3 feet 27
inohes. and are two foot high. They
will hold about twolvu barrels of water
wob;
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
The lalnitm ttilck.
Thc suckoyc run last night Was by
considerable odds, the test so far, but
it ia not anywhere near its proper
standard yet. The bouts averaged
from (10 tu 100 lish each, although a
few went over the lattor figures.
Thu canneries ure busy packing tho
fish, but aru not running full capacity
or anything like it. If the big run
comes at all it should commence this
week, though the fishermen are satisfied that the run will bo good even if
it begins later.
The Smitlu-rii Hull uny.
The negotiations between the Southern Railway Company and ox-SenutGr
Cuniii-ld, which have been in progress
for BOVeml duys, were brought to a
satisfactory conclusion lust night. By
lho ni'w uirungciucnt the linn of O.
M. Sheafo A Co. assigns all Ub interests in British Columbia io the Now
Westminster Southern Railway Co.,
thu latter company nssumingnll liabilities. Further negotiations aro in progress with Mr. Nelson Bennett, tho
projector of iho Fairhaveii and Southern Railway, and theso are in fair way
to a successful settlement.
seiullknmeen funic,
Sumilk.uneeii cattle hnvo never
reached tlio market in such prime condition us lliey have this year. Of the
sevornl hundred already marketed by
Messrs. Cuwslou ifc Ellis not ono animal wus in pour condition, but all
wero classed ns prime. Two moro
bauds of cattle, numbering 300 head,
aro now being driven across the country to Hope, to which point the steamer Irving will make two trips next
week 11 bring them down to Westminstor. Jt is pi'obnblo a larger number
of Semilknmoon cattlo will bo market-
ted this year than in former
Overburdened with I'rnil.
Peach plums, ripe and luscious,
from Mr. Thos. Cunningham's orchard
on Pelham street, adorned our tablo
yesterday. The trees they were picked from are worth travelling 50 miles
to bohold. The immense quantity of
fruit attached to tho branches would
havo brokon every limb from tho
trunk of tho treo, and it wns absolutely necessary to plant a mast, taller
than the tree itself, ti which with tho
aid of ropes tho ovorburdoned branches were suspended. The ripening
fruit, large and beautiful, and clustered like grapes round tho branches, is
indeed u marvellous sight. But tho
trees must bu seen to be properly appreciated.
Voters' Qualifications.
Tho vote collectors are now hard nt
work canvassing tho city for voters,
both for Dominion and provincial electors. They sny that muuy persons refuse to register, thinking they nre not
qualified. It is safe to say thnt almost
every mule In the city over 21 years of
is untitled to registration. For
the information ef those who nre not
acquainted with the qualifications re-
iutred ivo publish thom as follows:
Dominion:—-must bo a British subject,
21 years of age; income 8300 per annum; must have resided in Canada 12
mouths, Provincial:—must bo a Brit-
sh subject and 21 years of age; must
have resided iu tho province for 12
months and in the city of New Westminster for two months.
New T-nriiHltc.
MuEsiH. Richards, Huywoodtft Mackintosh, real estate brokera, have formed
a syndicate composed of Now Westminster and Vancouver peoplo and
purchased from Messrs, Douglas and
Insley 1G0 acres of land ou tho international boundary at tho crossing of
the C P. II, Mission branch, which
will bo immediately surveyed and
placed on the market in lota. Nearly
all of tho shares are already subscribed
in tlm city and Vancouver. It is now
expected that the 0. P. R, branch
south will bo pushed forward rapidly,
and tliat trains will be running between
the Mission nnd Seattle within tho
next eight months, or a year nt tho
furthest; and a thriving town nt the
boundary is ono of the likely possibilities of the near future.
The Hose Keel Race.
The huso reel race betweon tho Vancouver and Victoria teams is declared
oft, owing ti) tho failure of the Vancouver representatives tu put in ar np-
puaranco at Nanaimo as agreed upon.
Tho Times says: "The challenge of
the Victoria team was published over a
week ago and carried out to the lettor.
The money was posted in Mayor
Bate's hands. Two delegates went to
the trouble and expense of visiting
Nnnaimo and wero very Borry to find
that the Vancouver representative was
absent, Tho forfeit wns not posted in
Mayor Bato's hands and the challenge
was not nccepted. Last evening tho
Victoria team disbanded. Tho homo
team expect to meet their Vancouver
friends on some futuro occasion, when
tliey will he compelled to run a fair
race for the championship, which ia
not nt present held by any toam in the
province."
District Court.
(Beforo CapU Pittendrigh, ,T. P.)
Squamish Charley and Squamish
Jim, two Indians, charged with thu
wilful niurder of D. J, Jackson, at
Vancouver on Juno 30th 1888.
Dr, Langis testified to having made
a post mortem on tho body of Jackson,
and gave a description of the wounds
found, Ilo ul.-o said that tho mini's
throat must have beon cut with n vory
sharp instrument, and great force used,
nud could not hnvo boen done hy tho
deceased.
Sergt. McLaron, of the Vnncouvor
police, gavo evidence as to tho finding
and identification of tho body, its condition when found and its surroundings.
Leo, a Squamish Indian, sworn,
said: Remember July 1st a year ago,
lived in Vancouver then; was in a canoo
with two frionds oro day; it wns on
a Saturday und in tho nfternoon; it
was two days before tho sports nt
Vancouvor; Charley nnd Tom woro
with mo; we wero going to invito friends
to n potlacli; Tom nnd I wont ti False
Creek and Charley remained in tho
oanoe; wero absent an hour and a half;
whon wo returned Charley was mis*
sing, but we found him near Sprat'ti
old cannery in oompany with Squii*
milli Jim and his wife Mary; thoy
wero all very drunk; Charley wso talk-
fug with tho woman, Bhe had her arm
round him; Jim had a knifo in his
hand whioh he put in hia pocket as
soon as lio saw me; Booing they were
all drank! left and took little Char
ley with tne; I saw Jackson, a white
man, there; Jackson brought live bottles of whisky with him; when wo
left, Charley, the prisoner, Squamish
Jim, Mary and Jackson were there;
they woro ontho beach un.Ier the
bank and a big log lying u'igh; Jim
and Charley wore not vory drunk, but
Mary and Jackson wero veiy drunk.
Tom, a Squamish Indian, sworn,
said: Rcnicmbor June a year ago
was at Vancouver; wns in ti canoo
with Leo and little Charley; saw
Squamish Charley and Squamish Jim
nnd his wife ut tho cannery; after a
while! saw a white man como; his
name was Jackson; he brought whiskey with him nnd I bought a bottle
from him; wont to False Creek that
day with Leo; was absent ovor an
hour; Charley was left in thu canoe,
but when we returned wo found him
with Jim and Squamish Charley; when
wu left, Squamish Jim nud ('hurley,
Jim's wife and Jaokauil, were, togothor
they woro all drunk.
Charlie, an Indian, swoiu, said:
Remember 30th June 1888; was with
Loo and Tom in a canoe that day; Leo
and Tom wont to False Creek and 1
remained in (ho oanoe; after a whilo I
saw Charley, Jim and hia woman nnd
I joined them; this wub ii little below
tho old cannery; shortly ti ft ur .lack*
sou camo bringing somo whiskey with
him; when 1 left Jim, Charley, tho
woman and Jackson wero together.
Jim Grouse, an Indian, suorn, said :
Knew Jackson, he lived with tne; on
Juno 30th ho borrowod my canoe to
goto Vancouver; he did not como
back; I found my canoo noxt day.
Mary, an Indian woman, sworn,
said : Remember Juno 30th, saw
Squamish Charley that dny; knew
Jackson—we woro with him, that is
myself, my husband and Charley; this
was on the beach below the old cannery; while we woro thoro Charley
snid "let us kill this whito man," and
he caught Jeokso'n by the throat;
Jackson was lying ou tho ground nnd
as he (Jackson) went to got up Charley put his hand in hia pocket, drew a
Knife and bonding Jackson's head
bnck cut him across tho throat from
car to ear. Jackson dropped dead
and we all got iu a canoe and left tho
spot,
Case still proceeding.
Kootenay Notes.
Col. Baker, M. P. P., arrived at
Victoria from Kootenay a few days
ago aud gave tho Colonist some interesting news concerning that district.
Tho season in the Kootenay district
has been an unusually dry one. Tho
oldest Indian inhabitants sny they have
never known tho rivers to be ob low at
this season of tho yoar aB they are at
present. The crops, whero irrigation
is possiblo, aro looking woll, but in
most localities, where it is impossible
to wnter the laud, the crops are a
failure. Cattlo and horses, notwithstanding the drought, aro f-it and in
excellent condition.
Tho surveying patty of the 0. P. R.
have returned from their inspection of
tho Crow's Nest pass and Kootenay
lake route, aud pronounce it tho easiest route for a railway through a great
mountain range thoy have oyer met
with in their whole .xperionce.
Another large discovery of excellent coal has been made by the Crow's
Nest Conl and Mining Co., in Crow's
Ne3t pnsB, which shows twelve seams
of coal, varying from 30 feet to 2 feet
in thickness.
Tho prospects of tho whole dUtrietare
exceedingly good, ao fur as its potential
wealth is concerned; but what ia
needed is capital to bo brought into
contact with this potential wealth in
order to properly develop it. Otherwise it is practically useless to tho province.
Tho report is that a vory rich quartz
lead, containing free gold, which -is
designated as the mothor lead of the
celebrated Wild Horso crook mines,
has bean found at tho hend of that
creek; but nothing definite has yot
been stated as to tho actual value of
the claim.
In Toby creek, flowing into tho Upper Kootenay, a vory large lead of the
argentiferous galena is boing worked;
and largo bodies of oro, assaying high
in silver, have boen takon out. This
claim is about 25 miles up the Toby
creek valley, and whon communication
cau bo made by means of a wagon road,
this lend nnd othors near it may provo
of considerable value.
PERSONAL.
W. H. Harrison, who has resided
in the city for nearly a year, left for
home in tho oast, St. Williams'" Out,,
on Tuesday.
LiUc DcspatcHes.
MAKIKC1 THINGS LIVELY.
Chicaoo, July 15.—-John L. Sullivau mado things rather lively for
awhile in Tom Curley's saloon on the
levee to-night. He had been drinking somewhat, and during tho course
of the evening Peter Jackson, of Australia, and Sailor Brown, tho Caucasian slugger, came in for a drink. In
the course of an animated discussion,
Brown called Sullivan a liar. Tho
Boston champion promptly knocked
him down beforo he could bu soized
by his friends, One Professor Oonly
attempted to interfere, but was knocked down by Burley, the saloon keeper,
Sullivan not deigning to notico him.
Sullivau was quickly hustled into n
back room by hid friends, nnd tho little unpleasantness was soon forgotten.
To-night Sullivan and his frionds are
out in carriages doing the town and
making frequent stops nt various lively
resorts.
WOltSl* THAN A SFIDBIt MTU.
Sr, Heleka, Oal., July 15,--Gia-
comi Niesc, a Swiss, 40 years old,
working nt the Franco-Swiss collar in
the valley, was bitten on the face
whilo asleep yesterday by a large
i.'pider. Hu at once walked to town,
saw a physician and obtained something to reduce the inflammation and
wont to a hotel for breakfast* While
there he was asked what had bitten
him, and told tho proprietor a rattle*
snako. This alarmed his friend, and
ho told him to drink somo brandy at
onco, at tho same timo handing him a
quart bottle full. Nioso drank the
ontiro quart of brandy and fell back in
his chair dead drunk, from which he
never awoke. He died to-night and
tho coroner's jury brought in a vordict
of death from alcoholism.
DRTAINKD BY   1*011.
QtfBBBO, July 17.—Tho ovorduo
mail steumiiliip Parisian reached port
shortly beforo 7 o'clock this morning,
all well. A dense fog on tho banks
was met with outside tho straits, and
she waa detained there 1)5 hours. Tho
outward mail atofiinship Sardinian has
met there and reported detention from
tho same cnusu.
PROVED AN   ALIBI,
Montreal, July* 17.—The preliminary examination into the case of Miss
Tibbots, who was arrested Saturday on
a blank warrant, on a charge of con*
apiracy to kill, waa opened yesterday
before Judge Dugas. An alibi on bo-
half of the yonng lady was established
by the evidence of the young lady's
mother, Dr. Harrison, of the New
Brunswick university, and the young
lady herself, aud the case waa dismissed, the counsel for tho prosecution expressing deep regret that tho
unfortunate mistake had been made.
Mrs. and Miss Tibbits and her friends
had a long consultation with their
counsel this moriyng, whon it was decided to enter an notion for damages
against tho Mulcahy'a and against the
city for false arrest. The Mulcahy's
still persist in saying Misa Tibbit-i is
the woman who impersonated Miss
Mulcahy.
OTTAWA NOTES.
Ottawa, July 17.--Tho contract for
tho Atlantic mail service was signed
yesterday.
Tho report of tho outbreak of yellow
fever on board the Bhip just arrived
from Brazil iB denied ot the department of agriculturo.
So far 810-C00 haB been expended
on the barracks of C battery. Of tho
original grant only §5,000 remains uu*
expended aud the work, whicli was
lively, will temporarily remain at a
standstill.
Thero is great rejoicing in military
circles over tho success of the Canadian rifle team which won tho Kola-
pore cup,
II. R. A. Pocoek, who spout somo
time among the Indian tribes of tho
Northwest as a member of the mounted
police force, and who wrote several
works upon Indian life which were
published in Ottawa, is now among
the aborigines of British Columbia,
and writes to tho Free Press a harrowing account of their condition. Pocoek charges that the Indians are being systematically corrupted nnd decimated, that tho policy of "cruel and
callous neglect" which drovo tho Indians of the Saskatchewan to desperation and insurrection is boing pursued
in tho Pacific province, and that the
department is oither unwilling or unable to do ita duty. An official of the
Indian department denies tho story,
Pocoek principally refers to the
Kwaguete Indians.
Dr, Child's File Ointment instantly relieves and permanently curesHles, Pruritus and all hot and itching sores and
eruptions, N. W. agents, D. S. Curtis
k Co.  dmy28yl
James Taylor statos definitely that
ho will be an independent candidate
in Kildonau, Man., brought about by
the death of Hon, Mr. Norquay.
Whon Bsby wu sick, we gave ber Cutoria,
Whon she wu a Child, ahe cried for Cutoria,
Whon she became Was, ahe olnnu to Cutorls,
Wh»n ib* hrrtCMldr-ra, she tare thaiuCutoni
WANTED.
rpEACIIER FOIt BOUNDARY BAY
L School. AddrcHS F. F. RAITT, Keo.
Hoard ot Trustees for Boundary Bay
School, Ladner's Landing.        dJlylBUO
W.OT. U.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF TIIE W.
C. T. U. will ho held at their Rooms
at 3 o'clock to*morrow [FRIDAY] afternoon, for the election of oflicers. ujlylfitl
New Wkstsiinstek, Ii. c,
July lOlh, 1880.
lb lhe Employees of C. Jlf. Bhcofe * Co.
tout the flew ll'vuhitiiiilcr Southern Il'if
Q}., and nil partoiit concerned.
This (Inn having assigned all Us Interests in British Columbia to the New Westminster Southern K'yCo.,and that Company having assumed all of Its liabilities,
employees of this firm and lho Company
will report to tho President of the snld
Company for Instructions anil adjustment.
C. M. SHEAFE A CO.
djlylBml        By Eugene Canfikld.
City Debentures.
mENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED UP
A. to tt p.m. Monday,Sopt; 10th' for Debentures of tho City of New Weslmlnstor.
B.C., issued under authority of tlie '.'Streot
and Pnrk Improvement Dobftnturn By-
Law 1880," amounting to ?85,0(H>. Debentures nre for 81000.00 each, payable In GO
years from 17th Juno, im, uud bear.') per
cent. Interest, pnyahlo at New Westminster on 1st day January and 1st day July.
Debentures will ho ready for delivery Oel.
Ut, Tenders to atnto numbor of Debentures that will bn (alien, and amount of
premium thnt will bo pnld, and to;be endorsed "Tender for Debentures," and addressed totho undersigned. Tin highest
or any tender not necessarily accepted;
D. ROBSON,
New Westminster, B. C,       OityClerli.
July 17th, 1889.
Tenders for Street fork,
TENDERS1WILL BE RECEIVED AT
tho City Hnll, New Westminster, up
to 4 o'clock on MONDAY, July 'ittid, IKKtl,
for (lie
GRADING OF 8T. PATRICK'S STREET,
marked "Tonder for SI. Patrick's St.," and
addressed to the "Chairman of Board of
Works, City Hall, New Westmlnater."
No tonder entertained unless accompanied by deposit equal to S per oent. of
amount of tender, which shall ho forfeited
if party tendering refuses or neglects to
enter into a contract when callod upon to
doso. In the event of a tonder not being
accepted (he deposit will bo returned,
plans and speel 11 cal ions may hn seen In
tho City Engineer's Oilice, City Hall.
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted,
J. a. JAQUKS,
Chairman of Hoard of'"
Works.
Now Westminster, July 18,1880, djyistd
-CAVTION.      ,.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
publio not to hnvo anything to do
with a noto mude by me on the lilili day
of April, 1888, In favor of ono C. A. Buchanan, payable at Now Westminstor,
April 10,1680, ns the said noto wits obtained under falso pretences and Is not
collectible. DONALD MoRAE,
JylTdwl Warnock Station, B.0.
o. i WOODS
Und Su*ve»or.
A. C. GAMBLE
NOIAIV Pllll It,
M-WU.8
LAND SURVEYORS,
IjlUiUWttti!
AND CONVEYANCERS.
•A.O-B1.N-TS 3TOB
FIRR.—The Western of Toronlo.Thfl ■^Jinn, Tbo City of London,nud Tho Hart-
M«.,'-Tlie New York Life Insurance Oo.
ACCIDENT—The Travellers' of Hartford
Land Surveying In all Its branches accurately and promptly curried out.
City and Suburban Lands for Sale*
Wo can show a complete list of desirable
localities.
Farming Lands, Improved and unimproved, throughout the district.
Mining and oilier Stock bought ana
Money to Loan ou lirst mortgage at
low rates. 	
Tbi.fi'IIokr Cat-l No. 83.
P, O. DllAWEIt W.
WOODS, TIBNKIU UAH BLK,
Of hoi, Ellmpi Blook,  •  Columiia mm
NEW WESTMINSTER.
dmhHtc
NOTIOE.     •
In the Supreme Court of British
Columbia.
Between WILLIAM TIETJEN, Plaintiff
Ami      JAMES HABLING, Defendant
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
an Order bearing date the Uth dny
of July Instant hnn boon f-rnnlod in tho
nbovo notion, lestruluing the Defendant,
hia servant-- and agents, until tlio trial of
the said action from, nmong other things,
using the word "Mainland" In or upon
any boxes or labels upon boxes of cigars
manufactured by or for him.
ARMSTRONG A ECKSTEIN,
Plaintiff's Solicitors,
Dated 18th July, 1681). djlyWml
Auction Sale!
A SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION DFT11E
J\ Ileal and Personal Estate of lho l.ilo
Dit.Loftus R. MoIkhes will be held ut
tne COLONIAL HOTEL, New Westminster, B. <,'., on
Saturday, Aupst 31,1889,
At 7-80 o'clock p. m„ bv A, JI. (Tju-ijoh-
Auctloneer, when the following vuluublt-
wropnrty will ho sold without reserve to
the highest bidder.
Teiims—Ten por oont. down and the remainder In teu dnys from dale of sale,
CITY PROPERTY.
LOT 10, BLOCK XVIII—Mxl.13 foet, to-
gothor with DWELLING HOUSE and
out-houses, being tho residence of the
late Dr. L. It. Molnnes.
LOT 12, BLOOK Q-Morchants' Hquuro-
60x00.
LOT 8, BLOCK G—Merchants' Bquare-
33x63; foundation piled antl cupped,
rendy for building.
DISTRICT PROPERTY.
N. E. fractional VA Sec. 28, Township 3-
eontalhlng 104 acres, This valuable
piece of land Is bounded by boundary
Bay on tho oust, and by a gais'ittcd romi
ou the north; lsfeiiccilontwosbh'ii.iunl
for agricultural purposes cannot bo surpassed by uny land lu the provinco.
E. y, of E. y, of See 3, TownshlpS, being %
mile In width byl mile In length; containing 160 ncres, nnd huvim- about 10
acres under fence, a dwelling house
18x23 feet, a bum 30x50 feet, nml slicds
adjoining. Muoh of the abovo land Is
opon anu vory onslly cleared nnd excellent for agricultural purposes.
W. H«f E. ^ofSrc, 3, Townships, being
_\ milo in width byl mile In length:
containing 100 acres timbered lnnd; soil
flrst-class quality.
N. V.. H Sec 380. Group I, containing 40
acres timbered lnnd lying IW miles from
C, P. It. and 3 miles from Port Moody,
PORT MOODY TOWN PROPERTY.
Sub-divlslons of Lot 201, Group I (Jl irrny
Property).
Fractional Lots 2 A 3,      Bloek 2.
" "    12,13 A 14, "    2.
» "    0, "    8!    hnlf
required by C. P. H. [not settled fori.
Fractional Lot 7, Block 8.
« »    13,    "     G.
Sub-divisions of Lot 202, Group I (Clark
Property).
Lois85,42,44A ii. Blocks'.
"    13 A 10. Block tt; required by C. P.It.
[not settled for],
Sub-divlslons of Lot 208, Group I (Honvon
Property.)
Lots 15 A10, Block M.
PERSONAL PROPERTY,
1 Horse, IlarncBS, Buggy, Cutter, Saddle
A Bridle, Jewelry, Shot-Gun, Offlco Furniture, Hiirpeon's Chair, Instruments,
Drugs, Medicines, Medloal Books, Ae.
votDMlt Vil^so, is.
ff.J.WALKER&CO.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
ITbxepjionb No, or,.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, EN LAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS ANO AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AKD
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS,
London and Lancashire Fire and
British Kmplre Life Insnrance
Companies.
New Westminster Building Society,
Accountant'* Oflice, Diocese of N.W,
City Auditors. lttSO, 1H_\7 aiid'lHBg,
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPER*
TY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
and other monetary transncllous,
Havo several good investments on their
hooks, and all uow coiners will do woll to
cull boforo doing business elsewhere.
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JUST  OPENED,
A large and well-selected Stock of White
Goods, in
Ladies' Underwear,
Children's Embroidered Dresses
(WHITE AND COLOltKD),
Infants' Robes, &c.
These Goods were bought right und are offered at extraordinary low figures.
SPEOIAL  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,
Uwli! MASONIC BLOOK.
SUMMER COATS,
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
Ogle, Campbell £ Co's
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Next Door Bamk of Montreal,
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
-o-nAZi-a-Et xxt
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
X-abxadox "KexxixigrB,
2v£acleexel, Salt Cod.,
Anaova's TJ-ac. Hame,
Aikioui's "Cr-ac. Bacon.
Floiax. Bran. Siioxts,
ITHIOHE8T PRICES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE.
-mmwi* Sooullar-Arrrmtrong Blook, Columbia tt.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
Jas. EllardsCo
WILL SELL THEIR REMAINING STOOK OF
AT   COST,   FOR   CASH.
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE HANK OF MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRV, PLATED WARE, &G.
BEST QUALITY,   EASTERN PRICES.
A lull line ol Spectacles & Ii) o-Glasscs in stool, rnlilmr, silvor arc ^-.ul
frames.   Tlio fittest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; all sights suite,!.
Speoial attention given to FINE WATCH RBPAlltS. Having learnt., tlio
business thoroughly from somo of the finest Horologors in England, and since then
managed tbe watch-repairing departments of n fow of tho best linns on the continent of America, Is a sufficient guarantee ol good workmanship. Formorly manager for nearly 8 years of tho woll-known firm of Savago it Lyman, Montreal.
(lmrcps Moderate,
Montreal, Deo., 1887.—Mr. F. Cralic.—Anilw. ltobortaon, Esq., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, nays; "I never rerihd a Watchmaker who did so
well for mo as you did when in Montreal, and 1 am sorry you aro not here to-day."
dwapl2lo
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Wholesale and Eetail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, 11, C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    ■     Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
W. & 8. Wolfenden
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IK
XX X Or XX - a L JL S S
DRY GOODS
 -A.2/T2-,	
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON  MARCHE.
OTJ*R ^.*JSr*N"CJ^.Xi
CLEARANCE SALE
HA8 COMMENCED.
Special Bftrg JEtine*.
WALKER 4 SHADWELL.
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