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YOLTTME 7
HTJW  WESTMIN8TBE, a 0., MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1889.
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PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
E. IB. N. WOODS,
ARBBTER-AT-LAW. Ofllco-McKen-
i tie Btreet. dsu*2to
*. 0. ATKIalOH,
ARRI8TEI*, SOLICITOR, Ac. Offlccs-
I Masonic Building, NewWestminster,
0.  dwto
AUMSTRONG * K0K8TB1IV,
ARRISTERS,  SOLICITORS,   ETO.-
Masonlo Building,   New WeBttssln-
■r, B, 0. dwrnysUs
W. NOUMAN UOI.K, <-..<*.,
,ARRISTER-AT-I.AW,LANI) AGENT.
' Moneyto Loan, offlce—ClurlcsoiiHt.,
IW Westsnlssster, B. 0. dtc
< OltBOHMI, Mrl ULL Jt JtiMfS,
lABBISIERS, SOLICITORS, etc, Om-
.  oes—Maaonlo Bnildlnus, New West-
InstAr,nnd Vancouver, B.0.        dwto
A.C. BRYDONK-JACI*., H.A.,
BARRISTER,  SOLICITOR,  NOTARY
,  l'ubllc, Ac.   Olllco In the numley
lll'lllil*, Columbia HI., ol'posiu, theCoI-
ilal Hotel. il wangle
IUKBPII K, OAVNOR, ll.A. 1.I..B.
10M) MEDALIST of tlio University ol
; Dublin. BARRISTER-A'MsAW ol
o High Court of Justice, lrolanil. onset's,
flier McKonzlo Jt Olarkson Hts., Now
estinlnster. dwfoaitc
A. J. HOLMK8, D. D.S.,
UROEON DENTIST. Graduate ol Uso
i Oslo Collono of Iseutal Surgery. Is
tw with Dr. U. E. 0. Brown. All work
lllfsslly porformed. Rooms B & 0, Hank
B. 0., Oolumbla HI. Houis-B to li o.ns.|
J) to tf p. sn. djly3tc
<". W. CHANT.
, RCHITECT. Odlcc-Corner Mary and
.   Olarkson Sts., Wostmlnster.   dwto
CLOW Jt MAOLIIRB,
; R0H1TE0TS. Offloe—Room E. over
^ Bank of B, C„OolisrablnStroet,Wost-
liistcr. dto
WII.I.1AII It. KINO,
ROHITECT.SANITABYENGINEER,
l Ao. Removed to Armstrong's Blook,
lumbla Street,  Westminster-Room.
.8. .        dte
W. TIIIBAUDHAB,
.AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS-
■' man. Hamley Blook, Now Westmin-
.,r, B. C. dmylSto
T.J.TRAP
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds ot the kst nsnsses; Crisss-Cllt & Hnild-SaWS,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and all tlio nei',»..ry IltcilKlls for Fisrilllllgl
Pulley Mocks, Siiatcli Blocks, Rope & «!liiti:i in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar&Oaknuu i'ancd anil Plain Paper fn- Itull-lius-t Paints & Oils
In all colors] Liquid Paints in all shades', I'iuu:' Points ii'aily touse; Grind
Stones; Wall Paper in all designs; Brooms «V Brtislirs for all purposes;
IsUljriClltlUg Oils! Traps of all desori-stiona, and a general assortmi'iit of
Agricultural Implements.
ttr Special attention givon to ordors hy mail.
T. J. 'TX^JL^-Hr' SO CO.,
dwjly3to Colchiiia Street, New Westminhmb,
New Boots,
New Shoes,-
NewSlipoers
At GRANT & MACLURE'S.
A. V. 4.0TT0N,
\OMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
t SURVEYOR. Offlco: Room D,Bank
R. 0. building, WeBtmlnster, B. 0.
ALBERT J,  HILL
(•M.CAN.S0C.0.E.),
|IVIL ENGINEER. LANDBURVEYOR
,  and   DRAUUHTSMAN.      Hamley
ock, New Westra I outer.       dwau28to
G. I'lTl KNDRH.H,
0 SAL ESTATE BROKER and Conuty
S Court Anent. t'ommlssloner. Notary
■ibllc, Ac. Rents collected. Olliee—Mc*
inzieHtrcot,New Westminstor, B.O.
T. J. TRAPP,
; UCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
1 Columbia Streot, New Westminster-
I ciimmlsHlonB will receive prompt
Id uarefal attention. Best references
von when required. inhlSMo
J. K. PINLAVSON,
JIANO TUNER, from Broiidwood A
Hons, London, England, and Bteln-
.ty.AHous, New York, now residing In
UH-Quvcr, will nttond to orders left at
tf. /.ed. H. Mull's and D. Lynl A Co.'s
fores, Trips 1st week of each monlli.
dausto
! F. 0. McCARTNEY,
I'OMMISHION AQENT aud Customs
' Broker. Douglas St., Now Westmln-
,'■:. Agent for HarrisonjflptJijiga Aerated
Ifttoti vancouvor Steam Dye tf-CIeimTng-*
■ orksj Carters' Patent Ortjans—'-thewoii*
it of the age,"; Dominion Pianos and
caus; Johnston's Patent Kalsommo;
avium Cigar Factory; Lion Iusumuco Co
i- live stock, Ac. Employment Agonoy
flee. A seloot lot of Toilet Articles and
-ugglsts' Sundries for sale. Next'door to
•.kery, dJlySto
{    TURNKR, BBHTOR * CO.,
fHROHANTS. Wharf St,, Vlctoilo,
, 1 Agents for North British nnd Mer-
-*itlio insurance Co. for Mainland.  H.
Ukkton A Co., 86 Finsbury Circus, Lon*
.ij.E.C. dto
New Fall and Winter Goods
 AT	
J.S. MANSONSTAILORING ESTALISHMENT,
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Positively tlio largest and best assorted stock ever shown in this city, consisting of French and English Worsteds, Scotch Suitings, Irish Serge, &c.
*2TPorfect fit guaranteed or no sale,
QUEBEC SOCIETY
Again Outraged by the Quarrel of
Two Well Known Society
Ladies ln Public.
And Now the Husbands Are Look-
for Each Other with Death-
Dealing Weapons.
Two Weeks Have Been Wasted In
the Cronin Trial and Still
No Jury.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder nevor vanes, A marvel of
purity, streuifth and wholosomenoss. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold ln competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Bold only In cam.
Royal Baking: Powbkb Co., 106 wall St.
New York. sfeiy
NlOHT BELL.
Telephone 67.
Globe House!
Just Received—a, Special Line of
FROM -75 CBaSTTS UPWARDS.
Call early and get first choice.     .«™A «
dtc MSB. -txtm:. •EZJl'S.
\ OS* X.0XTX30XT.
.  CAPITAL,      •      £1,000.009 Dig.
lutes as low as auy ather rellnblo Com*
uilcs doing business ln British Colum*
n. W. J. ARMSTRONG.
4Jly3to Agont for Now west.
[BAKER BROS. & CO'Y
JtChapel Walk, South Castle St., Liverpool. England.
Hank Buildings, Columbia Street, New
Westminster, B.C.
General WhoieiaieMerohanti A Importers
Any description of Ooods Imported to
-dor and Custom nnd Ship Broking
•ausnotod. Latest Freight and Market
.notations. dwan2to
r
RAND BROS.
;>ttU. KBTATH BBOKKRS,
Conv«yaHC«f •, OolUetors-,
And Insurance Agents,
: Dices at
I NEW WESTMINSTER: Comer
-, MaKenile and Clarkson SU.
VANCOUVER, Cordova street,
LONDON .England,
BUILDING LOTS for sale In alt section!
f Vancouver and New Westminster City*
KARM LANDS of superior quality for
ilo at Chilllwhack, Port Hammond,
'>uliiley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Biiy.Lad-
nr'H Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
nd Pitt River,
Maps and Plans exhibited and tlio full-
it Information furnished at all our offlcesi
MAJOR & PEARSON
Seal Estate Brokers nnd
Financial Agents.
VUENTS FOR
Confederation Lift Jlnoelatlon of
Toronto,
. Royal and Laneashlra Vlre Intar-
an*« CompanUs.
indulsLriet of Westmlnsteri aud choice
IjoLs In the City of Vancouver.
I'orsous wisnlug to buy or soil city or
■tirul properly should communicate wltb
.is.
offlcM! Bunk of B.C. building, opposite
nost offlce, Westminster, and Hastings BU,
-Vancouver. dwnpiflto
OF LONDON, ENGUND, ARE
NOW INSURING
FRAME buildings used
AS RESIDENCES
At 1*9 per oent. per Annum
JAMKS CUNNINOHAM,
j soSsllm Asioiit.
tat Removal'Sale!
—or—
BOOTS & SHOES
AS I INTEND MOVING NEXT DOOR
to City Bakery, I will offer forthe
in-xt fifteen days,
IB PER CINT. OFF
On all cash purahsssics.
A. U. WINTEMUTE,
Signal tlio"11 utlUlo."
Ntw Wnl.|lulyr, 1880,     dwJWto
Lord Milton Estato!
New Westminster, B. C.
Macpherson 4 Thomson
CHEMISTS & DRUGGISTS.
Columbia St.,  -. NewWestminster.
w
E HAVE ONE OP THE BEST
selected Stocks in the City.   Our
Drugs are perfectly pure  and can be
thoroughly relied upon.
"Our Own" Beef. Iron & Wine
ia, beyond the shadow of a doubt, the
best preparation of its kind in the
world. dapl3to
TO RENT.
THE UPSTAIItB PLAT IN DUILDINa
cornor of Columbia and llouKlns Sts.
-abos. Apiiiyto
duuBIO HENRY V. EDMONDS.
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
tdu^ Westminster, B.C.
ear Satisfaction guaranteed.      daplftte
This  Choice Property,
centrally situated in New Westminster,
B. C, which has been tied up for several
years by tax titles and other difficulties, is
now cleared of all incumbrances and is
placed upon the market for sale, with perfect title guaranteed.
The property is now-
being slashed and subdivided and contains
some of the finest and most desirable Lots
in the City for either residential or speculative purposes.
With the contemplated
construction of several railways which will
centre at New Westminster and the establishment of new enterprises and increased
trade and commerce, this City is making
rapid and substantial progress and, consequently, affords the best field for investment to be found in the Province. The
present is, therefore, the time to invest,
and with the present low prices of property
purchasers are sure to realize handsome
returns upon their investments.
The portions of the Estate now on the market consist of Lot 5,
Suburban Block 10; Lot 2, Suburban
Block 11, and Lots 12,13 and 14, Suburban Block 13, and the subdivided Lots
range in price from $150 to $350, on good
terms.
We are authorized to
allow ten per cent, discount off present
prices on all sales made during August,
and also to furnish intending purchasers
FREE CARRIAGE DRIVES TO THE PROPERTY.
For full particulars and prices apply to
the undersigned or to any of the other
leading Real Estate Agents in New Westminster.
dwau7ml
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DRUGGISTS
Queen's Hotel Block,
KEW WEST-IINI-TEI-.
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PaESOKII-TIONS A SPECIALTY.
Tll-raoilE Ko. 83. daplto
D. LYAL &C0.
Pianos,
Organs,
Vocalions
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
FANCY GOODS,
TOYS, Etc., Etc.
N. B.—Dohcrty Organs sold at
SO per cont. oil list prices, for cash.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
,30   OO.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AHU*-—
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating to
Real Estate.
—AGENTS FOIt—
London Assurance Corporation.
Connecticut Flro Insurance Co* of
Hartford.
London and Lancashire Lifo Assurance Co*
Canton Insurance once* Ld. (Marine)
OFFICES'
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwwliyl
SOCIETY SOANUAL.
Qimueo, Sept., 9. —Quebec society
is agitated over an encounter that occurred an evetiin-' or two a»o in the
presence uf the govern ur-geueral be-
twuen two welt known society ladies
of this city, ono tho Countess De
Londier, the wifo of tho chancellor of
tho French consulate of Quebeo, and
tho other ihe sister of tho attorney-
general of tho province oE Quebec and
the wife of a prominent French jouma*
list. Two angry looking husbands,
eaah claiming to bo well armed, were
looking around for each other, but
whether a tragedy will result from
their meeting may well be doubted.
CHEAT RAIN FALL.
Tusoon, Ariz., Sept 0,—An unprecedented rain occurred here on Saturday doing muoh damage. Three inches
and four hundredths fell within two
hoUTB,
HANGED TUB THIEF.
Mattoon, Ilia.,—Word haB boen received from Tower Hill that the mob
that took the alleged horse thief, S. S.
Tate, from the officers last night hanged him,
NO JUKOKS  VET.
Chicago,  Sept.   0.—The    Oronin
murder trial commenced its Becond
week this morning with no jurors yet
selected. The work of securing the
jury waa resumed.
BURNED TO DEATH.
Ridding, Oa.. Sopt. 9—R. Ohenowitz,
ten years of age, wus fatally burned
while playing with several other children in hts father's work house yesterday. The children ignited some
matches whioh Bet tiro to a can of coal
oil. The burning oil flew in all directions, littlo Ray's clothes catching lire.
NATIVE 80N8,
SanJose, Oal., Sept. 9.—Tho Native Sons uf thu Golden West celebrated admission day here by a parade of
2,500 itrong. It waa reviewed by
Governor Waterman and his staff.
CAILFOUNIA'.S CKLEUIiATIOX.
San Fhancisco, Sept. 9. Today
is tho 39th anniversary of California's
admission into the union. Business is
generally suspended and the day is
quietly celebrated here.
BALTIMORE'S CELEBRATION.
Baltimore, Sept. 9.—-The celebration of the 76th anniversary of the
battle of Fort Henry began to-day
with tho opening of the Maryland exposition, at Pimlico. President Harrison, Secretary Froetor, Post-master-
Genoral Wannamaker, Gov. Briggs,
of Delaware, and other notables were
present. A committee of citizens escorted the president and party to Baltimore this morning. The principal
feature to-day was the grand atreet
parade, which waa at onco patriotic,
historical, industrial, agricultural, mechanical, military and civic.
LARGR UEQUESTH.
Nbw Haven, Conn,, Sept. 7.—By
the death of Mrs, Ellen Giffore, the
last surviving heir of the late Philip
Narett, who came to this city from
Beaton in 1804, nt her home in thia
to-day, the estate, valued at820,000,000,
which was held by her in trust, reverts to local institutions, as follows:
Connecticut hospital, income to, be used
in supporting free beds, $120,000; city
of New Haven, $120,000, income to be
used for indigent and infirm penons
nut paupers; Yale College, $120,000,
income to be used for scholarships in
academizod department; New Haven
orphan asylum, $60,000; St. Francis
orphan asylum, $60,000; oity of New
Haven, $60,000, to aid public library;
atate of Connecticut, $OO.0C3, to be
used for the support of the institution
for idiots and imbeciioB.
CHINESE NEWS.
San Francisco, Sopt. 7.—The Btr.
Oity of Rio Janerlo, which arrived
from Hong Kong and Yokahaiua this
morning, brings the following advices.
The governor of Kiamr Su haa urged
the construction of a railway towards the
Russian frontier in order to be able to
transport troops there in case of an invasion from China's northern neighbor, which he dreads. He is convinced of the necessity of railways, and
also advocatOB a lino to Yiman, to
develop the copper mines and to ao*
ouro tho northern frontier. He thinks
it might bo tlesirablo to push the iron
road to Knshgar.
Messrs Russell & Co., nu English
concern, are said to be negotiating for
tho concession of the Kilung coal
mines, fur twenty years. The native
management has been a failure,
Some additional information has
beon obtained regarding tho new out*
bunt of the Red river. The distriot
flooded covers half the country botween Ohl Nan Fri and the sea. Tho
cause of tho disaster was the filling up
nf the mouth of the river. After being unablo to find a freo outlet tho
wator spread over the low land on
both Bides sweeping away ono village
after another, drowning people by the
wholesale and turning the whole
country into nu enormous inland sea.
Counterfeit coins of various countries aro boing manufactured in large
quantities in Anan.
(1IOANTIO l'UROHASE,
St, Paul, Min., Sept. 7.—A pri*
vato cablegram this morning saya the
sale of the Hamm brewer**1 and othor
brewing interests of this eity, has just
been consummated in London. The
price paid for the Hamm brewery la
aaid to bo $1,000,000, half in cash and
the other half in stock of tho new concern.    	
INTBRVIKWHON. MR. DEWDNEY
The Cily Council and Board of Trade
Present a Number of Important
Mnuers to tke Minister.
The sensation caused in Toronto by
the auddon disappearance of the fifteen *y oar-old daughter of Judge Ferguson, who ran away to go on the
stage, is tho talk of the city. The
matter waa placed in the hands of detectives, who traced the girl to Buffalo,
whence ahe was brought baok Saturday night.
On Saturday afternoon tho mem*
bers of the city council and a number
of prominent members of the board of
trude waited on Hon. Mr. Dowdney,
minister of the interior, at the Dominion land oflice, to lay beforo him 1101110
matters affecting the interest, of thia
city und district. Hia wonhip tho
mayor introduced the members of the
deputation, and called, upon thu city
clork to state, on behalf of tho counoil,
tho matters relating to tho eity which
were to bo brought befuro the minis-
tor.
First, it was n-quo-stud tliat the four
reserves lying 011 theriver front in the
weatt-ni ('un of the city, mid Poplar
Island, should bu conveyed to the cily,
ur reaturod to the provincial government in trout for the city. A good
many yeara ago Indian Commissioner
Sproat set apart threo reserves as a
plaeo to be occupied by Indians who
were visiting New Westminster, ub at
that time small-pox provailed extensively among tho natives and it was
feared their presence within the oity
limits might lead to seriuus results.
Aa a matter of fact, however, Indians
have scarcely ever availed themselves of
the reserves, and as they uow lie
wholly within the city limits, and are
no longer required for tho purposes
for which they were handed over to
the Indian department, and as tbat
part of the city is being settled
op by white people, it was claimed that these properties should
revert to tho eity, or to the provincial
government to bo handed over to the
city authorities.
The oouncil liko wiso asked for permission to extond Clarkson street
from Lome to Begbie sta., through
lot 3, which belongs to the Dominion
government. The extension- of thia
Btreet, it was pointed out, would
improve adjoining property, and the
Sart of lot 'A nakod fur was not now
eing used for any public purpose.
It was also suggested that lot 1, adjoining the Oddfellow's block, ahould
be aold.
Tho council also claimed that the
rent of $50 a year now paid by the
eity to tho Dominion government for
the O.P.R, right of way through the
reserve in front of the penitentiary wob
excessive, aud ought to be reduced.
When negotiations wore being carried
on for the right of way through this
property the government intimated
that a nominal rout only would be
asked ; but when the lease came to be
submitted tho consideration named
therein was found to ba $50 a year,
The oity derived no benelit whatever
from the proporty, and was not at
liberty, to re-let any portion of it.
tmf Bubject3 having been fully discussed, the secretary of the board of
trade was called upon to present, on
behalf of the board, certain other mat*
ten. First, tbe question of river navigation. Ib waB pointed cut that the
recently issued chart of Fraser River
contained euch inaccuracies aa to destroy its usefulness oa a guide to navigators, as tlie position of the channel
in aome places was misrepresented and
the depth of water in many places
mado to appear considerably less than
what actually existed. The board
asked the minister to have this ehart
withdrawn, and to urge upon the government the importance of having a
new ehart issued as speedily as possible,
prepared from more recent and accurate soundings. The rapid increase in
tho shipping of the river, and the erection of largo new mills on the river
were put forward ns substantial reasons
why very reasonable facilities ahould
be afford od to shippers seeking charters
hero. It was alao requested that provision should be made for taking
soundings periodically in the channel
for tho information of ship owners.
The board also aaked that a subsidy
bo provided for a mail aervice between
tho city and settlements on the North
Arm of Frarjer River. Thia was the
original mail route, but a few years
ago tho subsidy was discontinued, and
the city itaelf was forced tu subsidize
the route, which was regarded aa a
hardship. The settlements along both
aidei of the river were extending
nearer the city ovory year, and the
mail routo via Vancouver did not meet
the wants uf a great part of the territory. Complaint was also made res-
pectins: the unsatisfactory character of
the mail eervicB between the city and
Victoria, uiii Fraser River, nnd the
minister wits naked to require better
tima to be made on thia route.
The buard nUo suggested that the
land.i nu .M.ina I -huul, set apart as an
Indian reserve, should be open to sot*
tie 1111-111, There are nearly 10,000 acres
of first-class land on thia island, and it
is occupied by only one Indian. Insomuch as nearly all the government
lands within the district liavo beon
taken up, aud many intending settlen
aro drifting across tho boundary, and
the lands reserved on Maria Island are
SEAELE WINS.
The Great Sculling BMe for the
Championship of the World
antl 15,000.
O'Connor Leads Till He Catches a
Crab, When Searle Overtakes
and Passes Him.
The London Dockyard Owners Generally Agree to the Demands
of the Strikers.
ins omul uiCE.
Lokiidx, Sept. 0.—Th. .culling race
between   Searle of   Australia   and
O'Connor of Canada was rowed over
the chainjiionship course on the Thame,
thi. morning, and was won by Searle.
At Hammersmith bridge,  If mile,
from  the start,  Searle led by two
lungths.   fie crossed tho line an easy
winner by ait lengths.    The betting
was 5 to 4 on O'Connor.   Searle won
tho toss for choice of course, and took
tho Sunn side.    O'Connor had the
better of his opponent in getting away,
and led by half a length to the boat-
house, to which point his time was 8:38.
Beetle's time wss 22 minutes aud 42
seconds.   Tbe wind blew in occasional
squalls, and off Surrey the water was
slightly lumpy, but otherwise the conditions were excellent.    The weather
was perfectly clear.   Betting was oven,
stsrting 20 to 21 on Searle, whioh was
readily taken, and finally turning 5 to
i on O'Connor.    The start was by.
mutual consent at 12:30 p.m.   O'Connor started off at a terrific rate of
speed, but ahortly afterwards "caught
a crab," when Searle overtook him and
gained the lead, rowing splendidly, but
slackenint; his speed beyond Walden's.
After this Searle apparently worked
without effort, and rowing 29 strokes
gained hall a length, which he gradually increased, O Connor looking anxiously over bis shoulder to observe
the distance between them.   At Hammersmith Bridgo O'Connor looked a
trifle distressed.   AtThornycraft both
men appeared to be in good form, but
a troublesome wind was encountered
in Cheswioh Beach, whioh bothered
O'Connor    considerably,  though   it
did    not    effect   Searle, who   was
then three lengths   ahead.    From
Cheswiok Point the race was a procession. ■ O'Connor rowod splendidly
throughout, but he seemed to be over
trained.   Both men kept to tho ooune
remarkably well.   The attendance at
the river side was very largo for a pro-
fosBioual race.
HOBS CONCESSIONS.
London, Sept. 0.—Several wharfingers in addition to those conceding
the demands of the strikers on Saturday, announced this morning that they
had deoided to accept the terma of the
men. The strike fund was augmented to-day by £1,600 received from
various sources.
A LIBERAL OOVEENMElil.
Paxu, Sept. 7.—-The government
has consented to allow the prefect to
receive the candidacy of General
Boulanger and M. Boohefort, and to
permit the display of their placards,
etc., ln Montmartro and Belleville,
The Boulangiats are jubilant over the
governments change of front, considering it as a sign of vacillation.
M. Ferry is, on the other hand, furious. President Carnot will come to
Paris to attend a oabinet council on
Monday, and endeavor to restore
harmony. It threatens to jeopardise
the government's success in the
elections.
THE CHURCHES.
ss.nssu.rles of Bewe of Ihe City Sera-HS
spoke*, San-cur.
SI. FJlUI'B church.
At the Reformed Episcopal ohurch
yesterday morning the Kev, Thos.
Haddon diicoursed on Psalm 27 4v.
"One thing have I deaired of the
Lord, that will I seek af ter; that I may
dwell in the house of the Lord all tbe
days of my life, to behold the beauty
of the Lord, and to enquire in hss
temple." He said substantially as follows: There is a great deal in singleness of aim. The reason many are
not successful is because they have no
settled purpose, their energies are divided on aeveral objects and, thus
weakened, there ia nothing special accomplished. Take the leading orators
of tbe sge, or the leading statesmen,
poets and inventors, they are successful because they centre their energies
on one particular purpose or work, a
kiud of master passion. David had a
master passion; he wanted to be complete in one thing, he had been a successful warrior against his foes, as a
ruler he possessed vast power over the
issost interesting people the world ever
knew, as a poet God had blessed him,
hi. compositions have been sung by
millions in the ages that have rolled
erning body and that they ensemble to
transact business for the good of society and for the good ol the country. So
it is with the church of God; it, purpose is to save men from sin and bring
them to God, instruct tbem in their
duty, and develop Christian oharaoter,
and thus help each other in the divine
life; all this needs organization, attention and a stronger love for religion than any other society.   No society or work should be placed in  the
fore front of our affections in preference to religion.   Many of tho societies of to-day aro formed to hole the
body, und to insure religious liberty,
but the religion of Jesus Ohrist should
oome first as it gives liberty for this
life and also the life to como.   I am
somo times grieved to hear it suid that
temperance societies are doing moro
good than the church; inasmuch as
they only deal with one evil, whesoais
the church of Christ seeks to put down
evil in every form,  intemperance included,  therefore  my love for tho
church of Christ is greater tlian for '
anything else because it covers tbe
ground of dealing with all man's needs.
There are many temperate men who
will never get to beaven, but if he is
a Christian be will be temperate in all
things.   The object ol religion is to
make us happy in thii life and free us
from all sin and elevato cur oharaoter,
aud all good organisations spring from
this iniste Christian desire and are for
the most psrt carried on by Christians,
and without this   foundation upon
Christianity there ia very little, if any,
success.   Then David desired to dwelt
in the house of the Lord so that in the
manifestation of God he could get food
for his soul.   David desired to be an
enquirer, and we can still do this and
by constant waiting on Gcd enquire
His will concerning u>.   The text then
teaches a model life, continual consecration and a religious desire for God's
house; will you not learn the same
lesson and make David'a master passion your own; come to-day unto the
sweet fellowship of communion with
God aud then at His coming you will
see tbe King in His beauty in the
great heavenly temple.
lying waste, it was takon to bo in the
public intorest thnt thoy should be
Hindis nvuillsblo for purposes of settlement.'
Tho deputation was received most
courteously by tho mitiistor, who list-
onod attentively to (bo various representations inude, nnd it is certain whatever can bo done towards socuring the
objects desired will bo dono by Mr.
Dowdney.
Illaln.'. Bli Bona,.
Joseph \V. Dorr, editor of the
Journal, is in Seattle on businosi.
Blaino being situated upon the forty-
ninth parallel, tho northern boundary,
the Jisiiiiuti" is tho most northerly papor published in the United States, exclusive of Alaska. Mr. Dorr states
that the largest bonus over given to a
railroad by an unincorporated town in
Washington has been offered by Blaine
totho Bennett road, 400 acres In
Blaino that will bo wotth $250,000 the
day tho roud is assured.— Pott-lntelU-
gtneer.
 .. m .,	
The eleotrio current used at night
for lighting a hotel at Sainaden is
put to use during the day for heating the kitchen range, Resia
tanee coils of German silver are
brought to a red hoat by the current,
and make it possible to perform all
the ordinary cooking operations
without fire,   The electricity is gen-
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla | orated by power from a waterfall
by, and will be sung down to the end
of time, cheering and comforting many
a weary pilgrim wilh their pathos, and
tond to develop their Chrs-ti.ss life;
but what was it he preferred above all
those achievements that had only been
incidental along the line] David
draws the veil aside in the words of
the text and we see u it were a three
fold cord, three wishes centered in
one. To dwell in the house of the
Lord did not mean a residence, but
constant habitual attendance at the
sanctuary, and David wished never to
lose the desiro to worship God. How
different the desire of many to-day, If
they were compelled to speak their
preference, it would be, to keep away
and In this how mistaken they are;
they say they can serve God in their
own houses: but do tbeyl As a rule
they do not, and furthermore, they deliberately disregard the command
"Not to forsake the assembling of
yourselves together." It wss for the
purpoie of assembly and united worship that the temple was built, David
saw in tbe servioes of the temple, fellowship with God; he desired to
behold the beauty of the Lord: ho
might have ssid: "Here is my palaco, I
can worship God here;" he did worship
God in his home and so do all good
Christians, but he felt it his duty to go
habitually to the sanctuary where God
was wont to reveal himself in a larger
manner because of the unity of worship; unity is strength and without it
very little is accomplished. What
if there was no united action In the
political or moral world, why there
would be nothing done if there were
no counoil, and It is necessary to band
a number of men together into a gov-
81. ANDBEW'S CHUHCl*.
Bev. Thos. Scouler, of thn Presbyterian church took his text kst night
trom Hebrews 5 c. 7. v.—'Who in
tha days of His flesh, when He lud
offered up prayers and supplications
with strong crying and tears into Him
thst was able to save Him tr a, death,
and was heard in that He feai ed"—and
continued: The reference in this
verso U to our Lord Jesus 01 rist. The
object of the verse is to ihow (hat
Christ bad the qualifications 'hat wore
needed for tbe office of tho p ioethnod.
Ono important qualification for that
oflice was that He should bo able to
have compassion on tho ignorant and
thoie that were out of the way, and
that He should be able to .sympathize
with
the ;woal*.;*(nd'i|tliff' suffering.
Christ i possessed    these ' qualifica
tions in a pre-eminent
Another characteristic of tlie priest
was that he should f, ol how
entiroly depeudent for help lie
was upon God in the discharge of his
duties. Heneo we find our Wd constantly repairing to the tliron s of grace
that he might ask His Father for that
help which He felt that He stood in
need of. Christ was pre-eminently a
man of prayer. How often do we read
of Him retiring alone to pray, at for
instance when He went up into tbe
mountain and spent the whole night
in prayer. Then we read of His agonizing prayer in the garden of Geth-
semane, and of Hia wonderful intercessory prayer, in which we all have an
interest, Christ's prayers were always
hoard and answered, because ho asked
those things which were agreeable to
God's will, So we should oome to God
by prayer, expecting to receive those
blessings which we need. Nolioe the
spirit in which prayer should be made,
with strong orying and tears. Oh, how
intensely in earnest our Lord was in
all His prayers and supplicstions.
Would that we had the same earnest
spirit in our approaches unto tho throne
of grace. We should remember that
it is only the effectual fervent prayer of
the righteous msn thatavaituth muoh.
You will notice that our Lord presented
His prayers not only with strong crying, but with tears. Tears are the
visible expression of the heart's grief.
Christ know what it was to suffer. We
read of Christ shedding tears ou several occasions The cause of these tears
waa mental suffering. So many tears
are shed on account of mental suffering. Thero may be those here who
are trying to keep a cheerful coussten-
anoe, who are carrying a load greater than they can bear. Those tears
thst Christ shed were -alsn tears of
sympathy, a. at the grave of Lazarus.
Let us seek to follow Ohrist in these
respects. Our sins often wound Ohrist
and cause Him pain. God help us to
walk in the straight path that He has
marked out for us.
A romarkablo air-wave of Jan. 31
has attracted much attention from
meteorologists, who are still unable
to oxplain the phenomenon. At
several stations in Central Europe
the barometer recorded a rudden dip
ol about four hundredths t f an inch,
followed by a corresponding rise a
few minutes later. Dr. E. Herrmann has traced the d sturbance
from Pola to Keitum, sepr rated by
about five degrees of lati'.ude, the
rate of translation betveen these
places having been about suvonty-one
miles an hour, In an easterly and
westerly direction tbe disturbance
was confined to narrow limits.
There was no earthquake in Europe.
Who shall say how much or how
little the moon haa to do with the
freaks of frail humanity t The prevalence of incendiarism is found by
Franklin Webster to vary with the
season. In the four yeara ending
with 1886 there were more criminal
fires in January than In February,
an increase in the number through
Maroh, April and May, a falling off
in June, further increase until! November, and a falling off again in
December. The number showed a
romarkablo regularity tor tlie first
half of the year, while in the second
half it was much greater bnt muoh
more fluctuating. In farming districts incendiarism wu moat frequent in busy periods, especially at
harvest,
gnt-i
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At their Hloani   I'rlntlng Establish*
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fln-med every Wednesday Moraine.
Mufto), per year 2.00
MiUledi 6 months. ...... 1.25
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Meadoy Evening, Sept. 0, 188*.
Tho new paper in its Sunday
morning issue states thut tlio people
of New Westminster aro "a narrow-
minded community," Whether
such nn imputation, about cither an
individual, n society or a community,
is worth resenting—whether, in
fact, it might not prove (o be iu a
large measuro complimentary—depends very much upou tho standpoint
from which the reflection is made
and upon the status und character [Jof
the person making it. For example,
one accustomed to perfect freedom
and even license in speech and manners would no doubt denominate tlie
most learned, cultured, refined, and
truly liberal-minded society in the
world, -'narrow-minded," because,
perforce, it frowned upon his vulgar
solecisms and outlandish behavior
but such strictures would only serve
to advertise the fact that a really
narrow-minded and ignoble person had been properly, and
necessarily, snubbed, and did not
have the discretion and good sense
to swallow the diserved rebuke nnd
profit by it. We do not say that
we have a parallel case in the spectacle of the new paper reviling its
constituency yesterday morning, but
leave our readers to judge for them-
selvos. As to the truth of tho assertion itself, we cannot agree with the
journalistic embodiment of undoubted veracity published on Ohurch
street. Critical, the royal citizens
are, to a fault, perhaps, and particular to fastidiousness, ib may be, in
son** things, but intelligent and
reasonably fair in forming an estimate, and ns for breadth of mind
nml genera! culture, the community
will not suffer by comparison with
the most enlightened nud forward on
this continent.
An American cotemporary depre-
oat'W the periodical effusions of
• gushing rhapsody about "our sister
republics of Central and South
America" indulged in by B(!cond-rnty
American journalists and BtateamenS
and states that as a mutter of fact
ma iy of those countries are in nothing hut tho name republics. In
that.name the faction for tbe. time
being dominant practises despotism,
tyi-m iy and spoliation of tho most
lawless and the crudest character.
True, observes our cotemporary,
they r--.Il have written constitution-'
proteasing to guarantee freedom and
representative gOTe^qpjnt^-hut'an
uppeal to the party in powerto
respect tho30 guarantees is in many
of those countries treated us but a
grim joke. In support of these
itatuments, an article in the September number of tho Cosmopolitan, by
William Eloroy Curtis, who i3 evidently well informed on the subject, is cited, which gives a graphio
account of recent grossly unrepubli-
can govern ment in the fantastic so-
called --.Republic of Colombia," At
an election held in that country in
April, 1888, which was held under
tho supervision of six thousand
armed soldiers distributed at the
most important polling places, Doctor Joseph Nunez was elected president, and members of congress were
chosen who were in league with him.
At his dictation this congress passed
laws which conferred upon him tho
power, which he has vigorously executed, of suppressing the liberty of
the press, of arresting, trying and
punishing, even to the extent of inflicting the death penalty, any person ho may suspect of conspiracy,
which means any person opposed to
his government or his methods. He
may, in timo of peace, and simply
at tlio bidding of his own sweet will,
coutiscnte private property for the
use of his government, which ho has
construed to be for his own use, and
this without judicial procedure or
any compensation. He can expel
from tho country, nnd deprive of all
pplii'.ic'il rights and nil possessions
any person whom he deems "unworthy of the confidence of the government." He can depose from office
any judge or legislator, and appoint
their successors at his will, and
withoti court-martial can remove any
officer of the nrmy, He has absolute control of the finances, and can
increase or decrease taxation at his
pleasure. He can impose fines and
penalties against citizens at his pleasure, and collect them by military
forco. This is. how things are done
in some of the republics of .South
America.
The difficulties in the way of constructing a really practicable air-ship
appear almost insurmountable, and
Still the effort after tho all but unattainable goes  on, and ever and
anon somo daring teronaut causes &
momentary thrill of horror through*
•ut  the civilized  world by dashing himself to splinters and jelly by
a fall from tho clouds to the cruelly
bard earth, or dropping into mid*
ocean from stormy, skies, whither
the treacherous winds havo whirled
him in the ungovernable chariot to
which he haB rashly—almost insanely,
—committed his life.   Such was the j
tad fate of Professor Hogan, as the
reiult of his  attempt to navigate
the famous Campbell rerial vessel, J
from wliich; so much was expected
in tho way of being independent of
uir currents and contrary winds.
The ascon't, as our readers may remember, was made from Brooklyn,
N.Y., on tiio 16th of July lost, and
was witnessed by thousands of spectators, who saw the dauntless navigator speedily loose control of his
complicated air vessel (some of its
parts becoming detached and falling
to the earth) and he and his great
oval shaped balloon were hurried far
out over the Atlantio Ocean, and
wero seen no more. Referring to
this latest sacrifice to science, or
folly, a writer reflects as follows:
"When human ingenuity oan matoh
the product of nature; when it can
make a machine possessing as much
power and endurance to tho ounce
of weight as that of tho homing
pigeon which lately flew from Detroit to Buffalo (225 miles) in less
than four hours; when it can soar-
range and automatically shift a
series of vanes like shifting feathers
in a hawk's wings, which suspend it
in tlm atr for hours almost without
apparent motion, when it can solve
tlio problem of how this same hawk
drops liko a bullet from the dizzying
height of a half mile, and checks
itself unharmed abovo its prey, then
it may learn to travel in the air."
Machines for navigating the air, it
might be stated, may, so far as the
science of teronauticS has progressed,
be divided into three classes—flying
machines without gas-bags, ordinary
balloons propelled by the wind alone,
nnd aii- ships of gas-envelope and
cat* containing propelling machinery.
Tlie idea of combining the flying
machine with the balloon, affirms
Mr. J. E, Watkins, contains, in the
opinion of modern aeronauts the one
element of hope for the future for
successfully navigating the atmosphere. To meet the views of this
author, the practical air ship must
bo provided with life boats and parachutes, must have light and powerful
engines, with a reserve set for accident, must have ample generators
for making gas en route, must have
a rigid gas-envelope of a form to
offer the least resistance to head
winds, must be air and moisture
tight and little affected by heat und
cold, and must be divided into compartments so that an accident would
liberate only a portion of the gas.
Such nn air ship could scarcely compete with railways and steamships
on short lines, and the dreams of the
most enthusiastic leronauts have led
them only to hope for an arrangement for rapidly passing over long
distances. On local lines of 100
miles or less in length, it is thought,
however, that some system of electric air ships, sliding at a height of
50 or 100 feet along a double truck
of guiding wires, might bo devised,
and would offer many advantages in
thickly populated districts.
DAILY BBIHSH 0M.UM3U**, MBW WESIMIMBIEB, B. a, SEPTEMBER 9, 1888.
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V0UJMS VIL-HO, 60.
NOTES AND COHMKNTN.
Tho Loch Katrine works, which
have- supplied Glasgow with water
for more than thirty years, are now
found to bo inadequate tijihe wants
of the city, so they are Doing duplicated, at a cost of about two millions, and when tho work is completed n hundred millions of gallons
will bo drawn from tlm lako ovary
At}): To meet this, the level of the
like U to bo raised so much that it
has been necessary to place, tho Mac-
Grpgor tombstones on a high platform.
A paymaster in in the United
Statos navy gives an exchange tho
following account of tho "rod tape"
that must bo gone through in making purchases for a man-of-war •—
Supposing that a paper of tacks is
wanted on board a United Statea
ship on u foroign station the following is the routine actually required'
under general order No. 48;—Rmr
requisitions are made out as follows:
—Oflicer making the requisition,
four times, captain eight, paymaster
eight, and admiral four, Bids are
sent out to five merchants,, which
are signed by pay officer five times;
merchants bidding, five • acceptance
of bid, paymaster, one. Bids are
then made out ia quintuplicate and
are signed by tlie captain fives times;
paymaster, ten,. senior officer of tlie
board of inspection, five; and per*
sons receiving the money, five. A
report is attached by tiio senior officer of tho board of survey in duplicate, two signatures, and the officer
who mado the requisition signs a
receipt on the bill five times, when
it is complete, with more than half
a hundred signatures.
Says tho London Standard of a
late date; Professor Charcot of tho
Saltperriere Hospitals in Paris is at
tho present moment much engaged
with, tho case of a young girl of M
or 15, who is afflicted with a curious
and, it appears, extremely rare form
of hysteria, consisting of a special
monomania, the victims of which
not only believe themselves to be
cats, but actually move about and
act as if thoy belonged to tho feline
species, The patient in question,
who is described as an attractive and
interesting girl, when tho fit comes
on moves about on hor hands and
feet with really amazing agility,
purring or hissing, as may happen to
be, precisely as a cat does. If tt
hospital student throws her a ball of
paper, Bhe will play with it on all
fours, running and jumping at it in
the manner peculiar to a cat, patting up her back, lioking her hand as
though it were a paw, and passing it
over her head to smooth the fur which
the patient conceives to bo there.
Each of these strange fits lasts about
twenty minutes, and is infinitely
painful to witness for tho spectators, though for the patient herself [
tbey leave no trace, tbe poor girl, on
recovering from them, being quite
astonished on seeing her hands
covered with scratches, and her |
clothes torn and soiled, and having
not tho slightest recollection of her
twenty minutes' transformation.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Real Estate art Financial Agency
RICHARDS, HAYWOOD & MACKINTOSH,
Conveyancers tt Notaries Public.
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Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
Tt/T-~     ,„_,   _■. ^    T     ^^--.-r         —   "'is- DO NOT SPECULATE OURSELVES, but rIvo our ous-
JXlONExY   T. O     I   -.OAN.      ■****«»        tomers the boneilt of oil our special bargains.
Children Crji for Pitcher1. Castoria
=OFFICES:
OOLONIAL HOTEL BUILDINO,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
178 OORDOVA 8T.
VANCOUVER.
61 VATE8 ST,
VICTORIA.
Miss Peebles
WILL HOLD A
BAZAAR and FANCY FAIR
2nd, 3rd and 4th of October.
-CST KB"*-! FBSMISES oa aOX_,XT-y_Z_3XA ST.
The storo will bo illuminated with Chineso Lanterns and thrown open to the
{niblio from 8:30 a. tn. till 11 p. m. The store has beon enlarged and is now 70 feet
eng. An OKCHESTRONE and other valuable articles will be raffled for at the
oloso of the Bazaar.
NOTE THE ADDRESSi-CoIiimbi-i Street, opposite the
Bank of Montreal. sesdwlm
P. G. STRICKLAND & CO.
1
We have the Largest and Finest Stock of
CARRIAGES, PHAETOKS, HANDY MARKET & CHURCH WACONS
IN THE MARKET. ALL OUR RICS ARE FULLV GUARANTEED.
lie-lairs of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
F. C. STRICKLAND & CO.
so3dw: Webster's Building, Westminster, B. O.
A.   DesBRISAY,
Corner Columbia anil Blackie Streets,
OPP. C. P. It. STATION,
_3Xf3_._BaV_-.XiX-*
Teas, Coffees, Spices, Butter, Eggs, Cheese,
Dried Meats, Canned Goods, Fruits
and Confectionery.
JAMES D. RAE
[SUCCESSOR TO D. McPIIADEN]
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FIRST-CLASS
Groceries and Provisions
B* JE3 mi MM 9     aSz- td •
Coffees Boasted and Ground on the Promises,   Fine Teas a Specialty,
dwiy OOLUMBIA STREET
BRITISH COLUMBIA MT MARKET,
Oolumbia Street, New Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
-HEAT I>! RVKYORS IN GENERAL.  FRESH AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
tJTSpeolal lines quoted for the shipping trade.   Family orders striotly attended
to.   Hotels will find it to their interest to place their orders with the above firm,
dftnoly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBAOH,
(SUCCESSORS TO W. B, TOWNSEHD)
DIALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
UaiiiH, Bacon, Sausage, Bolognas, Etc
dnolyl
FORJJALE.
USE AND LOT on Halifax Street.
Prloo, 81300. Apply lo
MSwl S. 0. SMITH.
TI*>!
Ows?.
CITY BREWERY!
Ale!   Ale I
The Vory Best lu the Oity Is Brewed hy
JOHN W, ANDRZEJEWSKI
Al Uio Oity Brewery, Agnes Street.
Orders left at Dickinson's Butcher Shop
-nhall have prompt nttentlon,   Glvo us a
I-, irial and judge for yourselves.
ii   New West., July 18,1889. UJIyiato
TO PURCHASERS.
mHB LIS PENDENS PLACED ON MY
±   property by Bole and Corbould A Mo*
Coll li an boen removed,
dnnfitc MRS. EMMA OOLD.
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Late Partner of John MeVloker)
MINING ENGINEER. U.S. * PROVINCIAL SURVEYOR, * ASSAYER.
Masonic Tkmplb Block, Vancouver,
Brit. Ool.
in*Reliable reports, underground nur*
vers and maps or mines executed nt low
rates.  Assays made on all kinds of minerals, gold und silver bars.   Thirty years'
experience In mining In Asia, Europe
and United States of America. Speaks
ten languages. Assays from a distance
promptly attended to.   Address Vancouver, B.O. ddelTto
JL*exe,te<3L "Water
(Direct from tho Springs.)
ENDORSED BY HIGH MEDICAL AUTHORITIES,
limine Aera    _
vater on the Market.
The above will he delivered ln Now
Westminster twice a week. Leavo orders
With P. O. MCCARTNEY,
Commission Agent,
Douglas St., Now WeBtmlnster,   djlyStc
EXHIBITION BUILDING
Must make It known tothe Secretary
At an Early Date.
T. R. PEARSON,
dwnuHJ-int *3*HO-E6B]T^.*Ea"5r.
BUSINESS NOTICE
T HAVE THIS DAY TAKEN INTO
1 partnership E. W. MclNKlSS aud in
future tho business will bo conducted under the namo and style of A. A E, W.
MclNNIl-S. A. MclNNIES.
WE WISH TO NOTIFY THE PUBLIC
that we hnvo ro-opencil lu the NEW
STORE, corner* otambin A Oonitlai* St*.,
wlth a full and Delect line of
Groceries & Provisions
Soliciting a continuance of the public
patronage.       A, A E. W. McINMliS.
New West,, August 0,1880. dauOyl
1 MILLS!
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANUFACTUKK11S  OP
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process,
■**-#" ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MIUS nl Nortl, -asnl, li.
OFFICE 4 -VAHEHODKEl Victoria.
dmlszDsnS
Canadian Paciic Railway,
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gbu'I Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
/-VWNERS AND MASTERS OF VES-
\J selsntul other Craft navigating the
Frasor River are cautioned to keep within
the Buoys pnlntcil Red and White, re-
spue 1.1 veiy, at tho Mission Bridge, as during the construction of tho Bridge, navigation between the banks of the River
and the Buoys Is dangerous, owing to piles
being driven there.
H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent,
Vancouver, B. 0„ 7th May, 1889. dmyfilo
Notice of Removal
M.A.McRAE,
MERCHANT TAILOR
BogB to announce that lio lias
removed to store in
ARMSTRONG'S new BLOOK
Opposite Masonic Building,
COLUMBIA STREET.
SOLICITING A CONTINUANCE OP
PUBLIC PATRONAGE.
C. E. WOODS
Uso Sii-moi.
A. C. CAMBLE
HoTAsr Publio.
M-tarMaio
LAND SURVEYORS,
»i Iumraao6v Fisauial Aeents
 jm	
AND CONVEYANCERS.
_A.O-_m_VTTB "JOB
riBB.—The Western of Toronto/The -Etna, The City of London, and The Hartford,
KlFC—Tho Now York Life Insurance Oo,
ACCIDENT—The Travellers' of Hartford
Itand Surrey Ing In all Its branches ao*
curately and promptly carried out.
City and Suburban Landi fnr Sate.
Wo can show a complete list of desirable
localities.    .
Farming Lands* improved and unlm-
proverf, throughout ihe district,
Mining and othor Btook bought and
Money to Loan on Slit mortgage at
low rates. 	
Tklkphohe Call No. 83.
p. 0, dmawkk w.
WOODS, TFBNRR -fi GAMBLE,
Omoi, EtuiD'i Blook,  -  columiia Stun
NBW WESTMINSTER,
dm 1) Uto .
DRESS MAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(lat*: of Emma-OS)
Corner of Church antl Oolumbla Street.,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
swSatls'nctlon guaranteed.    dwie7tc
Plants for Sale!
ORDERS TAKEN FOR FRUIT AND
ORNAMENTAL TREES, inoludlosj
all the lending varieties ol
Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries,
KHALI, t'RHTS ol every description.
Iliiutissels, *Vrentls* nnd Crosse, made
to order.
dd-vnpsyl P. LATHAM.
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANCI'ACTUllE****  09
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON
■WASH.
WEBSTER'S BLOCK (UP-STAIK8),
Front Street,       New Westminster,
HAVING JUST OPENED IN THE
nbovo lino, wo respectfully solicit a
share of tho trado, and trust by careful
attention to ordors and moderate charges
In merit tlie same-, Experienced work-
-mon; sall*.f;i<*i.lnn gunrnnteed.
Kstlmato'ifurnished forGalvanired Iron
Cornice, Hoolliiir, Plumbini,', Gas-fittlug
Stqnni and Hot Water Hentlng, io.
»*r Entrance to promises on Mary St.
ln rear of Bank of B. O. dwmhQtc
TO SMOKERS.
IP YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FOE THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
„™ MAINLAND.
*3"Thcy are not only mode of the
Choicest Tobacco but they are of
Home illaitiifuctiirCf and should be
patronized by all good citizens,
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
'   IIOLimOOK BUILDINO,
COLUMBIA STREET.        NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwl7n61y	
Look! Look!
NEW OOODS! NEW GOODS!
We nre now ablo to ofl'er the Largest and
Finest Stock of
ImportedTweeds
Worsteds,   Beavers,   Meltons, Fancy Striped Pant-
ings, Overcoatings, &c.
JUST ARRIVED,
The only way to form any any Idea of Lhe
quantity and quality of thoso Goods
Is to call and look, whether you
want anything or not.   Como
and be satisfied.
BEGGS~&~HEARD,
Leading Merchant  Tailors,
1 Door Wost of Dickinson's Butcher Shop,
dmhlyl        SB COLUMBIA STREET,
Farmers, Attention I
THE UNDERSIGNED IUB
FOR SALE
—AT—
Chilliwack, B. C.
31 Farm Wagons.
18 Bnck Boards.
1 Span well matched 4-year old
Black Bones.
3 Single Driving florscs.
0 Cows and Calves.
10 Bend Steers.
1 Trotting Wagon.
Jt** A Full Line ol Cooking Stoves,
Heating Stoves, Tinware, Hardware,
Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, Crockery k Stoneware, Clothing, Hats k Caps,
Drags, Farm Implements, House Furnishings, Furniture, and the Largest Line
of Boots and Shoes above Westminster
and the most Complete Stock of General
Merchandise.
COME  AND  EXAMINE AND BE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS.
JylOdst-rSm
!**sTrO    ***©■
E. S. SCOULLAR-£00.1
-FOR-
Cheap Cooking Stoves & Ranges!
DON'T FORGET THE ADDRESS.
>OR    SO:
SAMUEL MELLARD,  ■ CHILLIWHACK,
Whom we have appointed our sole agent for bur celebrated
Stoves in that district. Mr. Mellard will supply our Stoves at
New Westminster prices. dwnoiy i
THIS SPACE BELONGS To
H. T. READ <&. CO.
HARDWARE MERCHANTS.
BUGGIES!    BUGGJES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A CAR-LOAD OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring iIcLaughlan
mj ao-.-En-.K -as
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
(ST The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in  J
British ColumJ-ia.-'SS *
dwapstr
-FLoici tfc 0*u.*r*ri©-
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, NewWestminster.
ill
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS hll kinds of Woolen Goods
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
ISs-* The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmh30tc
ROYAL CITY
Planing li Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MANUFACTl'RERS AKD SmuttlS IH
All Kmds of RonjA asd Dressed Lumiier
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS.
____Z__-_D  -t__X_Z__  XCIXTXSS  OS'
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors,   Frames.   Windows,
Mouldings. Balusters,
Blinds. Brackets.
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
Vancouvor Ely Foundry I Machine Ms Co.
(r,X MUTBID)
Engineers, Boiler Makers, and Iron and Brass Founders
HAVING GREATLY INCREASED THEIR PREMI8ES AND MAOHIN-
ory, are in a position to un tic-take the construction and npaln ol Marine
and Stationary Engines and llollera, Milling. Mining and Cannery
iHaelltner-*, as well as Castings and Forglngs of every description.
Estimates given | all work guaranteed.
•>■ CARTMEL, A. MoKELVIE,
Gikibal Mahaoeb, dwjlHto Mbjuahkia*, Makacub,
Jt...' VOmMftVa--KQ,60,
DAILY BRITISH OGIOTBUN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., HEPTE1*3BR fi, 1889.
Y TOO OLD TO LEARN. ^^
I nm eurathin' of a vot'ran, Just a turnln' eighty
your, *fft: '*"
Amnu tbut'.Blialo and heart; and a stranger
tew all tear;   h "-     .- ■
Uut I'vo heerd some news thlamorain' tliat has
mado my old head spin,
And Tra goln' to ease my conshuns If I novor
epealt ag'in.   ■
I've lived my four score yeara of life, and nover
'tillto*day -^-t.
Wus I taken for a jackass or an Ign'rant kind
o- jay,
Tow bu stuffed with such durnod nouionae 'bout
tbem erawlla' bugs and worms -*->At-»
That's a kdlin* human beta's with their micro-
scoplo germs.
Tbey say there's "microbes" aU^around hunt-
in' for their preyt -.-ii^^^t^^tMw*^
There" a nothing pure tow eat or drink or no sate
plnoo to stay. ■■■     ,     ■■'■ *--? -,■■&**&■•■
There's "mlsasmy" in the dewfall and "malary"
in tho nun;
'T-iv safo to be outdoors at noon or whon the
day U done.
Thorn's "baetery1' In the water and "trlohee*
noy" in the meat, ■    .,*>
"Amooby" In the atmosfeer, "calory" In the
heat;   •*-■-:--■
Then:'a "oorpussols nnd pigments" in ahuman
boln's blood.
And ovory other kind of thing exiatln' lonso tho
Hood,
Torbacker'sfuUof "alokerteon," whatever that
raaybo, •■*** *-■•■■*.-*-».•***.•••'
And your throat will all get puckered up with
"tannin" ln tbo tea;    .-
Tho butter's "oily*margareen," It nevor saw a
cow, . ■".«»-- ■   ■'-■-i-v'tiis-^sr-.'i'c
And things Is gottln' wut and wub from what
thoy bo Juit now.     a
'I'hom bugs is all about us, Jest a waltla' for a
obanco  •■-- __...  *■ twm»»>^t'*'-
Tew navigate our vitals and tew 'naw us oft
like plants. **•   __'■     ••   - "■-■■■■
There's men that spends a lifetime huntln'
worms, Jost liko a goose*
And taokin' Latin names to 'cm and lottin1 on
'em loose, %..
Mow, I don't bellove aoch nonsense, and don't
intendtotry;
If things has oome tew suoh a passim latlifled
to dio, fdHH^Al
I'll go hang me in tho suilar, for I won'tbe scoh
a fool ■ -"-MiM-m
Aa tow wait until Tm plxenfld by ■ annymoliy*
■4 .— ...■■. ■—— —■■ ^i****
TRAVELING IN/INDIA.
-."-*•*>
Hotel and Railway Life to ^Victoria's Eastern Empire.
A Country Where Nothing II Dono for
ilotel Guests Unless Thoy Are Willing'
to Pny for -'Extras"—Description
of an Eastern Railway Oar*
Your train stops at a station whero you
wl--.i to spend a day and you are about to
ui'! i from tho oar when from three to six
ct-o'.ics blook the door, all wishing to grab
wino parcel front the oar. They have no
ba-rrfnge-car In India, says a correspondent
of in.' JMnTalo Express, and everyone muBt
tnko his bngRage Into thocar whero ho rides
tu.'! Ln ilt after it himself. Perhaps you may
hnvo four parcels; if so,thenat least eh"*ht
coolies, who haveblookedyourdoor, will eri-
dcuvor to hnudlo it aB it la taken out of
Uio car and put Into a "gharri," or carriage.
Wii-::! you come to settle with thom at least
ten will want to bo paid, and in order tb get
nwny from tha mob (tor they will literally
mob yon) yon pay threo times as much as
you i. ii ;;hi, and yot feel thankful that it is as
well with you ns it is.
On Hi-riving at your hotel you are booked
at Um oflice and shown to your room, when
tlm hu uio rush for your baggage is repeated
by llie coolies, only their number Is loss. In
duo timo your four bundles are safely deposit edln your room and tho coolies have
(llHiippcarcd. Now comeB a time for reflection mid you drop into tho first ohalryou
couio to. Ono of tho first objects that nt*
tra,i.t s your attention Ib the bed. You pro*
-.•cud lu examine it closely and tako an In*
vet)tory,' First thore Is a hard mattress;
m-eond, one sheet; and theie comprise tho
wltolii thing. You put in an appearance at
the olllcc and mako inquiries aB to bedding
and room-boy. You are told by the clork
with one of hia most bland expressions that
this hotel does not furnish bedding nor
servants to look after your room; but in a
quiot tone, just above a whisper, ho will inform you that a servant will be sent to your
room, but you must pay him. By this timo
you nro tn ft condition to say "yes", to any
thing, and you say: "AJ1 -.rigfit^'sehd him
The boy puts In an appearance and you
try to make him understand your mother*
tongue; but it Is of no earthly use. If you
chanco to have a littlo smattcrlugof Fronch
or German you try them in succession, also
to no use. Then by motions and gesture*}
. you moke him understand that you wish to
wash. Water is brought, but you havti
neither towel nor soap furnished. Butyoi*
may. have had an inkling of what you mlj-lit
expect, so you open your valiso and bring
thom forth. ■--•**■
It is the same with your rugs and bedding, and after all ore brought to light you
motion to tho boy to mako up your bed and
bo does It with alacrity. Your seven-o'clock
dinner 1b annouhcod and you proceed to the
dining-room. After being shown a seat
you naturally look around for something to
ent, or perhaps more particularly for some
one to wait upon you; but no ono comes,
Wuitors are passing and repassing on your
right and left and there you sit with "cuss*
words" running through your mind swift
and fast. You ean not help it and you are
not to blame for what you oan not help.
Finally when you think forbearance has
conned to bo a virtue, you look nbout the
room for the "head man," aa he is called in
India, You beckon blm to your side and,
in tones of smothered Indignation, soy to
him that you want something to eat.      •■-..,
Ho will pleasantly say to you; "Wo have
nn nbundauco to eat but do not furnish
t-ihlc-waiters- I will send you ono If you
like, Uut it will be charged in your bill," ,*
Tlio sorvant comes to do your bidding, but
enn not understand a word you say, However tho courses are designated by numerals,
1,!J, 8, eta, ontho menu cards, bo you say
bring this or that number. Youask for tea
or coffee and are informed that neither is
furnished at dinner. At the Bamo timo you
lii'.-.i-the report occaslouod by tho opening of
wine, beor and champagne bottles, which,
by t lio way, ts quito suggestive to one—that
in, if ho bo a prohibitionist In this manner
you mann.Ro to get through with your
several meats. After remaining twenty*
four hours you wish to go to the noxt ob*
jecilvo polut or city, and in order to make
tbo moat time you ride at night. You order
your bill sent to your room, and at tho same
vino you order your "gharri" to tako you
to Llm station ln time for tho eight p. m.
mul train, which is always on time and is
thii best train to ride on tn India.
As iho room-boy comes In followed by
hnlf a dozen coolies you are made aware
that the "gharri" is ut the door. Now eaoh
-coolie wants a job and will como for his
backsheesh whether hs does any thing or
not, so you let tho six coolies carry four
pieces of baggage. You give tbe room-
boy the amount thought neeossary-to pay
ull imd about to the driver to go.
The station is just reached In time,and
by tho help of the station watchman and a
largo numbor of coolies you are quickly
stowed away tn tbe car, a room eight by
twelve feet. Your oar door la beset by
fooltes as well as the watchman, all asking
for backsheesh, and, after distributing all
your loose ohango to thoso you think earned
it, thoy still clamor for more. For the lifo
or you it Ib impossible to toll one from the
other, for they dress, or, rather, undress,*
alike.
Up to this time no one elso has oome Into
tbe car, which Is calculated to carry at
least four persons. The train moves out of
the Btatlon, and you find yourself the sole
occupant. You look for tho bell-rope ln
case of accident, and then for tho short cord
on t ho side of the oar with whioh to sot the
ntr-brake, and are unable to find cither,
Tbou the car doors are locked on both sides,
an I you find yourself shut In with no visible) moans of escape, and, as you have
noihingolBOtodo, you unroll your bundle
und mako up your bod or couch. Now, tf
you do your duty you will commend your
spirit to the God who gave It and retire to
yonr virtuous couoh, and In tho morning bo
thankful that your unprofitable life has beon
preserved through the night
NOT TO BE  FOOLED,
How    fl<-»' if t   Mat thow   IMl-iy   Protected
Hii- Hfstrosn' I'rouil.t.':*.
Mra, Ka!jmygll whs a very proliy-and
amiubfo w \-..--.v, but, siiyB the Detroit Cum-
mercii'l Advertiser, sho had a sohw. '-he
mid arrived at a critical period when ii(,'«
•hows ita murks upon the face, and cb-
pecltilly ln the frost it sprinkles upon the
liair. Sbe resolved to dyo tho latter, i*.*v3 for
Unit purpose made arrangement-' with u
curtain tonsorial artist, Mr. Doriegau, who,
at lier request, waa to moot her at ton
o'clock at night, to avoid observation, and,
In the privacy of her own boudoir, restore
her hair to a jePblack hue.
Sha bud ngreod to attend a party that
night, and, of course, was anxious to have
lier hair-dyer prompt. At ten o'clock she
wna awaiting htm, eager for his appcai'imce.
Tho b-'U rang, but tho hair-dress**;- Ml aot
present himsolf before her. She am), flown
uw- uiaUl to mnko inquiries of Matthew
itlley, iiu- Irish footman, who also officiated
iiu attendant at tbe door.
"Who was It rang!" asked Charlton, the
maid.
"A blftckguardJ! replied Matthew Riley.
"Who:" Paid Oharlton.
"An iiflpwdent blnckguord," said the footman. "Bodud,if it. wasn't for fear of tho
•jr-Iico, I'd tachebiiti better."
'■Wh'tfidiii bo want ("continued the maid.
"Want, ie it? Wnntl Sure, I'll bo aftor
telling ye, au yo'or bo curious, for it's moaelf
askod him the question," replied Riley.
"Well," said Charlton, "go ou."
" 'Well,' eays I, -what do you want at this
time o* night, my fine fellowl1 'I'll tell
your missus,' Baid ho. 'Dlvil a hit,' Gays 1,
'till yo'vo told me first.' 'My business la
Wlththo lady,'Bays ho. 'It will keep warm
till to-morrow, then,' flays I,'fcr dlvil an
inch you'll got in till I know what you want.'
'Can you keep a eaycretl' sayB ho. 'Can a
dtiokawiml' says I. "Upon that became
closo to mc, and says he—.' But, arrsb, you
won't belavo me." *■*        .
"Indeed I will," Bold the maid.
- "'Well, then,' Bays he, 'I come to die
hare* 'Dio harel'says I. 'Yes,'says he.
'And whare would you wish to die?1 says t
'In your missus1 room,' Bays he. So with
that I kicked him down-stairs."
"Indeed, then you have done wrong!"
said Charlton, ready to die with laughing.
."But, bedad, he came book again just
now," resumed Riley, "and says again, as
part as may be: 'Tell your missus I'm come
to dlo hare.'"
"Well, and what did you flay*" asked
Charlton.        ■*•*-*-
"What did I sayi" exclaimed Matthew.
"Surel auld what every honest man would."
"And what vote thntl" sho asked.
" 'Be jabers,' said I, 'ye'ro nothin' but an
Idiot, antl yo'll not die hare. Go somewhere
else and die, you scamp of the world I Dlo
bare, indeed 1' Bo, for the socoud timo, X
knocked him down the stoop, and, bedad,
I'm thinking he'll niver come here again to
die."
Tbe mistake was so ludicrous that oven
Mrs, Hallowell laughed at it, although to her
it was a serious disappointment
IT  CALLED   IN  VAIN.
How n locomotive'*, Plnlutivn Ory Af*.
footed thu ll-ilpUm-i Engineer.
A railroad rourid-liousd wna in flames--
Flro had-leaped, apparently in a sulf-bprri
demon, outof tlio-.vasto box, mul boforuu
hand could be found with the skill lo ''pull
out" its waiting locomotives, somo of them
with boilers full of water nud low lire-', it
was too lato. For it was a small roundhouse in n small town, says tho Des Monies
Loader, and a lone watchman had been left
to caro for It, audit was nigh midnight.
His loud call Bummoncd n concourse of citizens in breathless haste, but all thoy could
downs to stand aud seo tho great sheet of
flro from the pitched roof and bow tile inflammable materials inside mado every 1c-
coniotivo stall n caldron of flro, nnd nil the
windows glared, all tho doors poured out
smoke, and roar, aud long flames. There
stood tho steam giants plninly visible vibrating in the Intense bout, unnpproach*
ablo na though set In tbo infernal regions.
Still it was a flro where tho elomen t of human danger was all missing. Suddenly.
long and dolorous, ono of thoso enginos began to sound the danger signal. Ueat within and without mado Its boiler Bhake with
tbo leap of fiercely boiling water. A bitof
falling Iron bent and pulled downward the
levor moving Its oscapo valvo so that il
could and did Bound ceaselessly. Loud,
thrilling, it was a noto of terror. It awed
ovory hearer. Listen, somo day, thoi:*-l!t-
fully, to the danger signal of a locomotive,
Even in tho broad and peaceful day It la the
keenest and strongest, the most terrible
sound man has invonted. It roaches the
dull intelligence of lowest beascs ns a warn
Ing. The solemn power, then, of this cry,
apparently raised by tho will of tho engine
Usi-lf, in tho midst of its torture, wa3 Indescribable. It was hard not to fcol that ii
wns a sentient thing pleading for he! p. It
pea'.cdon, an urgent monotone, tho tremulous voice of senseless force. One mau
heard It, distressed by it boyond telling. He
was Its engineor. Tho ongiue ho loved with
the peculiar attachment theso men havo for
tho thing of power they control seemed to
bo crying to him voluntarily with tho appeal
his hand hnd often evolved from it. Hu
wanted to plunge in to its rescue The
flory furnace of tho Hebrew children was
matched by its surroundings, and ho could
only listen and tremble and lot It call in
rain. It wns all a curious bit of pathos,
evolved wholly from material things by
chance, nnd costing not a pang to its
source, yut it touched and saddened every
soul thut heard it. But nono of tbem could
quito comprehend tho feeling of its driver
or know how pitifully the noxt morning bo
touched Ills gray, burned-out, ruined giant
that had poured its shrlok Into his ears for
thnt long half-hour. ■■
LUXURIES FOR   DOGS.
New ThlngH In Leatlior and Toilet Articles
for Household Pets.
That ancient provorb, nothing new undor
the sun, finds its refutation iu tho canine
toilet caso, without which no aristocratic
dog iu high lifo can bo truly fashionable,
says tho New York World. Dogs in high
lifo are given a bath onco a week and a
shampoo daily. As a comb and brush nro
doomed necessary to dress tho Skyo tresses.
somo wide-awake person has just put upon
the market o net of bristles and bono for
dogglo's own precious self, dono up in u
satin-linod oaso with clasp and seal like tho
one on Beauty's toilet stand, Tbe comb li
shown tn shell, celluloid and bone, and I be
brush ts long nnd narrow, with u kennel
scene of somo sort stamped on tho handle.
Douo up in leather boxes prices rango frnm
$5 to |7, while tho loathorotte, another namu
ter papor, can bo had for hnlf tho money.
What is known as something extra nice
that a mau generally buys when sent on
the orrand, because it is tho flrst tiling offered, haB a rubber comb rimmed with silver and with the same plate the brush Is
bound. Set into tho lid of tho box ts a
medallion head of somo prizo dog, nino iu
plate, or a g.roovo is stamped out to receive
Intaglio tho portrait of tlio favored brule.
Tho firm that deals in furnishing goods top
dogs take ordors for onmeoa and till them,
too, just as thoy provido for having the animal's teoth, ears, or ills attended to.
Another inuovotion ia apair of kid sonlt*
into which Mr, Dog's hind foot nrn put at:
socuroly gartered with whatever coloreil
ribbon Is most becoming to his complexion.
These littlo brown stockings sell at fifty
cents, and are thought to be a restrict lei >
when tho pampered brute takos a notion 1c
scratch himself bald, Dog-hampers foi
traveling oan be had tn rush, willow and
cano varnished to represent boxwood. In
one side is an invisible slide, which, being
opon, Bupplies atr and saves tho maid or
mistress tho troublo of opening tho cover.
The medium sizes nro provided with pticlttjiil
In whieh grass, oaten cako and an appollz
lug bone enn bo carried.
Dog-collars are counted among the sinji'c,
In leather and jewelry stocks, Sonic are u»
plain ns a tVuuk strap and othors rival tin,'
Beits so much admired by lovers of out'i,:
oohuiiii-s. Fur ley lorribrs elmin hr.w.t ;■■ ,
nro. cotiHldorod tho proper tttyloa ami th
your.f Vsinn who makc3 wornim* Suite ui.e.
iu received In tho fiihtlly Billing rooiiffitjiiir
in likely to fljid the iinllqu< jnwol nl stiiuki i
Silver, roi'-Mti'-hhu fyiiTOtidorn'l fly,, i,*-ee,.
.ibo'iL ihii neolcol n:..i ounce blue.-nu-i--a:
ae the alendur wrist ol tho girl he udorus.
Cleanse
the System
 With that moat reliable
medicine—Palne's Celery
Compound, it purine.1, the
blood, cures constipation,
and regulates the liver and
kid** eys,olfeetually cleans*
Ing 1 he system of all waste
and dead matter.
Paine's
Celery Compound
oomblnes true nerve tonic and strengthening
qualities, reviving tho energies and spirits.
"I havo been troubled for some years with a
complication of dtmoultlcs, After trying various remedies, and not finding relief, I tried
Palne's Celery Compound. Before taking one
full bottle the long troublesome symptoms be*
gan to subside, and I can truly Bay now, that I
(eel like a now man. Digestion has improved,
and I have gained ten pounds in weight since 1
Save commenced taking tho Compound."
HOHESTOa STEABHB, FelChvUlO, VL
$1.00. Six for $3.M. AtDrugfflsta,
WELL8, RlOTUItPSOH & Ca, MoKTEBAL,
A«JI OWE
CAN PYElikggEt-
SDnss, or a Coat,) fay Color
Ribbons, Feathers, >     p0B
rarns, Sags, etc, J ten cent*
ind in many other ways SAVE Money, and make
thinns look like HEW, by using DIAMOND
DYE3.   The work is easy, simple, quick; the
:olors the BEST and FASTEST known.  Atl
DIAMOND DYES and take no other.
Tor Gilding or Bronzing Fancy Articles USB
DIAMOND PAINTS.
aold. Silver, Bronie, Copper. Only io Cents,
A COOK BOOK
FREE
By mail to any lady aendingua
her post offloe address.
(Veils, Richardson & Co., KoatTts)
W.C. LOYE,
MU' J'., and 8w ibtan
RepntrinR Neatly Done. Cork Hole
Work a Specialty.
*GS*Orders promptly attended to,
Clarkson St., ln rear of Colonial Ho-
tnl, noxt to Rand Bros,'offlce.  dnello
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
OAKiTXiri'S
Temple of Music I
I* the Place to Buy First-Class
PIANOS ^D ORGANS
At euch Prices and Termx na will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer,
For prices and terms, apply to OAR*
TKR'S TBMPLIii OF MUSIC.
Vancouver, B. ۥ
2S0 llnntlngH Bt*. Wt-sl. dnplOtc
IiiyenaifisllBiT
iREKDVED FR-M SMIII'll TO VlCTOBI"!
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
ill,, MOssill VlOTOBIA, 8.0.
W. L. Leonard--=• Go.
330-333 CORDOVA STBKEI,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Importers und Dcnlors In j
MACHINERY
OK ALL UEHC1UTIOKS,
MARINE-  WORK A SPECIALTY.
dwde-iflli!
Land Uegislr) Qrfflujuici*, isw
The S. E, I of Section 18 ami tho N. E,
J ot Seotion 7, Township 8, New West*
minster District, ami part (1 acre) of
Lot No. 6, Block XII, New Westmin
ator Suburbs.
WHEREAS THK CERTIFICATES OF
Tltlo of CllAltLKS McDONOUQII to
tlie nbovo mentioned lierldlinments have
been lost or destroyed, and whereas nniill-
cntlon bas been made to mo for the Hsn-
nnco of duplicate of Cortiflctitcs nf Tltlo ln
the Mend of those so lost or destroyed;
Notico Is hereby given thnt sueh duplicate Certificates lyiU bo Iwmed nt tho expiration of one month from dale, unless
in the meantime valid objection to the
contrary be mndc to me in writing.
T, 0. TOWNLEY,
Pint riot Registrar.
Land Rcj-lstry Oilice,
New Westminster, 24th August, 18S0.
dauMml
ajTOTICE.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we have applied to the Hon. Minister
of tho Interior for Ilcenso to cut timber
on the following lands:
Com moheing nt the north-east cornor of
Lot 38(1, Group 1, New "Westminster Dls*
trlct; thenco due norlb lotbosouthiinoof
the Moodyvllle Company's limit; thonco
cast along the south boundnry of said
limits to tne westerly boundary o( Heetlon
13, Township 80; thenco south nlnn-r tlta
said westerly boundary to the south-west
corner o( Soctiou 13; thence enst along tho
south boundnry of snld section to tho
westerly bnnlc of the Cnqiiltlnm rlvor:
thonco southerly and following tho satd
Westerly bank fo the northerly boundary
of Lot 4&1, Group 1; thenee Westerly along
tho said northerly boundary to tlto northwest corner of snld lot; theneo duo west to
the easterly boundnry of Lot 883] thenco
nortii along said boundary lo plnoo of
beginning; containing In nil 1'20 n<-.-ou,
Also—Claim No. 2, commencing nt the
north-west comer of RtnvoLnkc: thenco
west 80 chains; thence ninth ¥.0 ohnlns;
thence east-111 chains, to tho shoro nf the
Inke; thenoe following tbo shore to placo
of commencement—nbont 480 acres, more
or less.
ROYAI. CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
[Limited |,
John Hkndiiv, Muniigi-r.
-■ster, Aug, "* *	
tlau20ml
British Columbia
■tTOTIOB.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
l» days after dnto T Intend applying
totho Chief Commissioner of Lnnds nud
Works for permission to lease tbe following described lands:
1. Commencing ntn-poat on Valdez Islnnd, on the north side of the unsurveyed
channel, running thence north 40 chnlns;
west 10 ohnlns, to corner of Loamy A
Kyle's timber olaim; thonce wost along
tbelr llne 90 chains; mhiMi EO chnlns, lo
shoro; thonco following shoro to point of
commencement.
2. Commencing nt n post on Vnldci- Island, on tho south sld*- of the unsurveyed
channel, opposite a chimin.1! known ns
Holo In tlm Wnll, running thence south
70 ohnlns; west <J0 chnlns; south 20 ohnlns;
west 100 chnlns; north 80 obalns, to shore;
thenco along tho shoro to point of com*
mencement.
8. Commencing at a post lOchninsonst
of Indian Rcservonn llnmsny Arm; theneo
south fiOchnlns; enst 80chains; north 20
obalns; oiuil.80chnlns; north lOchalns:
enst 100 chnlns; norlb EO chains! west 1(10
chains; south 10 chains; wet BO ohnlns;
south 20 chains; west 80 chains; smith GO
chains, to plnco of commencement.
4. Commencing at post 15 obalns from
south-west corner of post of tbo Moody*
villa Snw Mill Co.'s limits, at the bead of
Mnlasplna lnlot; thenco smith 20 chains;
west 40 chains; south 40 chains; cast 80
ch'ns; north 40 chalns;eml70cbalns; north
00 chains; wost 03 chains; south 40 chains;
west .15 chains, to place of oommeueo*
ment. HENRY V. EDMONDS.
Now Wostmlnster, 15th Auj., 1889.
iemmi
-Tho Annual Exhibition of the
British Columbia Agricultl Association
Will bo Hold nt Uso NEW EXHIBITION BUILDINQ,
Queen's Park
In Use CUynf
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
and FRIDAY,
OCTOBER 2ND, 3RD &4TH, '89.
$7010 - $7000
XTff FBIZB8
For  Exhibition   and   Sports.
In connection with this Exhibition will
be the opening of Queen's Park and an
extensive programme of SPORTS nnd
GAMES, PROCESSIONS, FIRE-WORKS,
Ac, under direction of the Citizens' Com*
mlttee.
All entries for the Exhibition must be
mndo with tho Secretary before noon on
TUESDAY, October 1st.
All block and other exhibits from south
of the river will be carried ncross on the
steam ferry, frisk ot* CHAitac, and drays
will bo found nt railway stations und
wharves to convoy exhibits, frke, to the
Grounds.
Special Reduced Bales will be given on
nil rnllwnys and stenmers lo persons and
exhibits coming to tho Exhibition.
As It Is expected the attendance nt this
Exhibition will bo vory large, the Direct
tors hopo to seo an exhibition worthy of
the resources of tho province.
Furtherlnformallon maybo hnd from
the prize lists [which will bo sent free on
application], or from tbo secretary,
T. R. PEARSON,
SECRETARY.
New WKSTMiNsn-ui, Au.?. 18,188).
Q-"R^3SrD
New Westminster, B. C.
Hiring (loiintiil Agricultural Exhibition,
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
and FRIDAY,
OCT. 2nd. 3rd and 4th, '89
SIX BRASS BANDS in ATTENDANCE.
$7,000
IN PRIZES!
FOU SPORTS AND EXHIBITION.
SPORTS TO CONSIST OF
Home Racing, Yacht Racine,
Boat and Canoe Racing,
Athletic Sports,
Lacrosse, Base-ball, Foot-ball,
Hose Reel Contest, and
Rifle matches.
•SNDBIl THK AUSPICES OF TSIB
GRAND TRADES AHD SOCIETIES
PROCESSION
 ON—
Thursday Morning, Oct. 3rd.
Three Magniflcent Arches
Roprcscntlnt* tho Client Industries
of onr Country.
Grand Ball!
—ON—
Wednesday Evening, Oot 2nd.
CELEBRATION TO END WITH
IMMENSE
Torchlight Procession I
ON FRASER RIVER, ANIJ (IRANI*
DISPLAY OF
FIRE-WORKS
On Friday Evening, Oct. 4th-
Excursion Rates from all points.
SHTFor full inform nl lou and Prlsu Lists
soo small bills,
W. a TOWNSEND,
Mayor,
J. ft. C. FRASER, Treasurer,
ft. T. MACKINTOSH,
nu23t<! Secretary.
For Hire.
TWO OR THREE TEAMS OF STRONG
WORKINO HORSES,
Apply lo
SC5U3   WOOISS. TURNER & GAMBLE.
Tenders for Fencing
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
the undersigned up to fl p. ru. on
MONDAY, tho 0th Inst,, for the erection
of temporary fencing nnd other works ln
connection with tho exhibition grounds
for tho IJ. C. Agricultural Society. Flans
and specifications at my oflloe,
Tbe lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
0. W. GRANT,
Architect,
Westminster, Sept. 0,1880. dseBtd
In tbe Supreme Conrt of British Columbia.
Iii the Matter of the Goods of Willum
MooitK Campbell, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
all porsons indebted to Wili.iasi
Mooki-Casipiiell, Into of Sumas, In the
District of New Westminster, deceased,
are requested to pny tho amount of their
indebtedness to llio undersigned nt New
Wostminstcr forthwith, and all persons
having a claim against the estate of tho
said deceased are required to furnish particulars thereof, duly verified, within ono
month from this date,
Solicitors forl'uconECAMPnKLL,
se4*dwl-wt4 Administratrix.
Rose Hill DairyFarm
FRESH  MILK
Delivered Dally to Customers tn all parts
of the City.
Hotels and Restaurants supplied at Special Rates by the year,
FRESH ECCS
Delivered nt Market. Rates.
Orders left at M. BiKCLAiit's will be
promptly attended to,
WEAVER * WOODWARD,
d Jetty 1 Proprietors.
W. R. AUSTIN'S
Hay &M Mate
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
LEAVE ORDERS AND   BETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dmyatss	
GROSS & POINGDESTRE,
Wholesale and Rota'l
TOBACCONISTS
CHOICE BRANDS OF
IMPORTED  CIGARS,
Finest Cigarettes,
Flllioy Imported PIPES, POUCHES, CIGARETTE CASES, ETC.
Choice Smoking Tobacoo
Thompson's Old Photo Gallery,
COLUMBIA STREET        MW WESTMINSTER.
solliite
ntral Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWARTICASIUWIEW
J. J. WILSON, • MANACEH.
Rates, $1.00 anil $1.50 *ier Day,
ACCORDING TO BOOM.   -
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK CR MONTH.
tar Parties supplied svlth all hinds ol
ICE-CREAM. dsny'sssO
NOTioa
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
30 days from date wo Intond to apply
to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd
Works for permission to lease, for timbering purposes, tbe following described
lands situated in Now Westminster District!
Commencing at a squared post set on
the east side of a crock, about one mile
from Its mouth, situated north-westerly
from Woolrldge Island, Howe Sound-
thence north 40 chs„ west lOcbs., north
10clis,, west 10clis,, north 150ohs,,west80
clis,, north 80 ohs., west 20 ehs., north 80
oltB., west 00 ohs., south SO ohs., east 50
chs., south Y20 ohs., oast 20 chu., south 80
ohs,, east 20 ohs., soul h 20 chs,, east 20 chs.,
south 20 ohs., oast 20 ehs., to place of commencement-containing lliOO acres, more
01 ROYAIj CITY PIjANINO MILLS CO.
'Limited].
John Hksdhy, Manager.
NowWestmlnster, ftepU5th, 1880.
dscDml
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll tho partnership heretofore subsisting between the undersigned under the
firm nnme of Comerfonl A MoDougall,
Merchant Tnilors, has beon dissolved this
day by mutual consont. All accounts
owing tho lato firm nre to bo pnld to J, A.
McDougall, and all claims against the
said firm will be settled by him.
T. COMERVORD.
J. A. MoDOUOALL.
New West., Aug, 81,1889.
Mr. J. A. McDougall
WILL CONTINUE TIIE BUSINESS
under his own umne, at the samo
store, on Columbia street, next to F,
Crake's.   A continuance of  tbo  publle
fiatronnge Is respectfully solicited.  Snlls*
net Inn guaranteed, dwseulc
BRITISH COLUMBIA
( LIK1TBD )
THOMAS ALLSOP.
HENRYS. MASON,
CUYLERA. HOLLAND,
■ DtRKOTORfl,
nt:u> OFFICE l
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, ENG.
Tho Businoss of ALLSOP A MASON haa
been merged in tho above Company nnd
will be carried on by tho Company from
this dato na a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low
Rules. Town Lots and Farming Lands
for Sale on euiy terms.
Victoria, B. C, May 16th, 1887. dwJlyQ
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS,
—ALSO—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRYGOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
I.UHDDOBH'8 BLOOK,
ClsnalsU Sis-eel,      Kew TfeilmlMler.
noldwly
J. W. WINGER
DEALEKIN
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
Dono on Short Notico and nt Ronton*
ablo Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always iu Stoek,
Orders leflnt the C. P, N. Wharf will be
promptly delivered. dmb2Bte
WM. K. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
lid' Cm Date!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO OUT THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARBEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
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.
Kir REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New-
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwto ex  Gol-um.'bia Street.
o* Highest Price paid for Furs and
Doer Hides.
Correspondence Invited. *s.Telephone
Call No. 6. dJaST
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot op Douglas Street, Neab
Columbia. Street.
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
FRT1BH   BHEAI),   CAKES,   PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc,
Hotel and Restaurant trade solicited,
All orders promptly attended to nnd
delivered lo any part of the oity,  dmh28y
B. C. Monumental Works
Cor. Columbia and Church Sts.
New Westminster, Bnt, Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marble ur Granite of Best Quality.
CORNER    POSTS    AND    CURBING.
N. IJ.—Just received—the finest assortment of Scotch (i ran He Monuments ever
seen n British Columbia, which will be
sold ut prices putting competition out of
the question.
dwmhaiyl ALEX. HAMILTON- PROP.
TIME    CARD,
o. 3E». ar. oo.
Tho Fino First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Leave the C. P. H..Co.'s Wsisirt,
Tuesday,Thursdays Saturday
AT 7 A. M„
FM CHIUIsVHACK AKD WAV PORTS,
Reluming Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufficient Inducement offers aho
will proceed to HOPE and on such
occasions will leave her wharf
at 4 a. m.
Connecting with tlieC. P. N.Co-'s Steamer
for Victoria.
JOnN IRVING, Manager.
T. L, BRIGS?, Acont,
New Westminster. dnplltc
Time Table.
.____%_.        THE STEAMER
^-HrROBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER every Monday morning at 7 o'clock for Nnnaimo, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
Loaves ■Westminster every Wednesday
nt. 7 ii. m. for Nnnnimo direct, connecting
with Islnnd railway nnd Comox Bteamer.
T-eavcs Nannlmo for Vancouvor on
Thursdays nnd Fridays nnd returns same
dnys.
leaves Nnnnimo on Saturday at 7 a. in.
forWeslmlusler direct.
For freight or pnsange apply on board,
or lo T. L. BuiGGSt C. P. N. whnrf.     dte
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Henrly Opposite tlio Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
THE  LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortinesit of all description, of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly oo hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, ud StMmbwtl at th,
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
VlOTOBIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOR SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR TOULTRY, Ac
Rice Meal,
FOR CA1TLE FEEP.
dmhHB-6
C. McDONOUGH,
(LsTNDBOM'S BDJLDINO, FRONT STREET)
TMHATflnB   ZXT
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand on Extensive Stook of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, &e.
MBN'S     *flD     -BO-X-8'      B17XTS.
Great Variety of Household Artioles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
N. B,—farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission.  ■».Orders
from the Interior promptly attended to. dwj'.-Ste
CASTOR I
for Infants and Children.
- '■Oulo-uliso-r-a.^pMto-illta-isMl s Outer*, nm (Mb, Oo-bHuii™.
IraomamJItussiy-rtorto-.ypp.scripUois I "gorgwsssscVraisrt-eis, f^^H^u-, Au
tas-Tstons*.'-     -j"*"**-^*"*,^        laSls^es-^-i-w-Iisels.-^p-onieWdl.
WBftO-*-rt*,8l**l(--s--*,-(.T.   |*raKlsiJisrk*o.s*s«ilo-J--a
Thi Csssrrj.dr OoisfJjst, 77 Must ,j- Street, N. Y.
The abovo brand ot Ohnwally Pure WHITE LEAD is mixed
and ground to an impalpable fineness by is now process invonted and
controlled by us,   The Lead is snow-white, works easy under the brush,
and covers a greater surface than Leads ground in the old way.
THE WILLIAM JOHNSON CO.,
MOKTBlJA-i.
0
WANTED.
.NE   THOUSAND   CORDS   CEDAR
Bolts, four to seventeen feet long.—
k
FIEB
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
Capital,   ■   $15,1300,000.00
Subscribed CnnlUill. ns nt 81st Is-e., ISSS,
,S'J^OO,00". Fire Fund and Reserve, ,,,,-
212,720.  Met Premiums, 1BS8,8.5,9I»,«B.
OF  LONDON.
Capital,    *   $9,188,000.00
RATES AS   LOW   AS   ANY   OTHER
COMPANIES DOINO BD8INESS
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
J. Gh. T-iLQTTES
Agent for Kew Westminster City
and Distriot. d|e22to
I^OTJCsB.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll all accounts due the undersigned
thnt aro unpaid on September 16tliWj.ll
bo handed to my solloltors tor collection,
dueStd D. Mcl'KADBN.
New Westminster Boys' Scliool,
APPLICATIONS, WITH SUCHTE8TI-
raonlnU as may be nvullubl1', wilt be
recoived from male tbachbiu-only,until Thursday ovonln**. 19ih September
lnshmt, for the po-dtlon ot Fir t A.- -infant
of the Boys' School. 8-tlnry, SO.'-per montb.
Address, JOHK MuKIINZIK,
Seo'y Scliool Board.
New Westminster,
fiih Septembor, hsw,     ->cSdtd
Mainland Mr
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed I Sale Stables
To k Francisco, bl.
BY WAY OF THB
r.iwr-0.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
WIOKER^IMEraANANYOTHEB
feMittcWu hunt
BMUDIQENIO BOlin CF THE PACIFIO COAST
PULLMAN   RUFFRT RLRRPRRR
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Acconsmo-lntlon ol SMBond-Olajss Pu-
smters.atlnohod lo Express Trains,
Fare from Portland to Bneramento ssnil
8an Fnsnolsoo-Ussllmlt«l,,ia6| Flrst-
olass (Limited), tao; Second-class (Ll-
THROUall'TioKETS to .11 points Bollth
and East, via California.
*'",r' TICKET OFFIOEfll
Citv Offsi'K, No. IM Oor, First A Aid's
Dbs-ot ost'sck, Cor. F Js Front Street,;
irnvorvvrm., -."" »■ ™ .■•«*»» »»*.
Portland, Oregon.
R. KOERI.ER,       K. P, BOHEHsiJ,
Mansiger.       A..I.O.F.*
P.A',1
THE SmiSOUlllKHK ARK SOW PREPARED TO TORN OCT
DOUBLE AND SIKStE RIDS
At Speoial Low Hntru.
flajinj asd Hll M of Iwiinj
Done at Shortest .'.mice.
D-TO.nlwM-1 dellwred lo nnyp.rtoS
tbo Oily.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt,
atlentlon. „   „ „ _ _
WBtnblo nearly opposite O.P.R.Dm
pot, Columbia nu, Kewwostmlnster.
djnlltc      QILLEY BIOS. mors.
Feed, Livery. Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WI8E,
pEoritimoa
/TIOOD DRIVING 4 RIMKG HORSBW
XJ for Hire, Hacks call at nil StcameM.
and Trains. Special attention given to
Boarding Horses,
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hnnd.
orders may be left at the Oflice ot Ma«
there A Mlllliau.Commlifllou Merchant.*..
Front 8treet,T*ew West diellto '
i',-._'-'-^'M^ jBrnls f titi0k Columbian
Momlar Erenlng, Sept. 0. law.
ABYHMIIII1 RATH FM TKE DAILY.
Transient Advertlsemenis.—First Insertion, 10cts. per line solid nonpareil; each
sutiHC'iiKint consecutive Inscrifon, Sots, per
Hue. Advertisements not inserted every
day—Unit Insertion, 10 cts, per line; subse*
quern Insertions, BctB. per line.
Hiaiiriiag AdvertUemeBts.—Profession-
nl or iliifiuess Cards—S2 per month. Spe-
oinl rates for general trade advertising,
tt'-i'-.tdlug to space occupied mid duration
of mmtruct,
.tBvilon Sales, when displayed, oharged
% per c. nt, less tnan transient advts, If
sol id, oh arged at regular transient rates.
F>iM--litt Notices among reading matter,
2l) ott. per line eaoh Insertion, Hpeolals
laser.ea by the month at reduced rates.
IllrthN.uiirrlagesand Deaths, ll for each
Insertion! Funeral Notices in connection
wtth -lentils, Mots, eafh Insertion.
WEEKLY ADVEffTISIKIl RATES.
Tn nnJcnl Advertisements.—First insertion, lU<'ts. per line solid nonpareil; sub-
se*|Ui nt Insertions, 7 ets. per line,
Slamlinx AdvertlMiurulH.—Profestiloii-
ul or Is'iHlncHs Cards—31.50 per mouth.
Special rates forgenernl trndo advertising.
ftp' eM Notices, liirilm. Marriages and
Deaths, name rates un Dully,
Call must be all metal, and for lurgeents
nn e-.tr- mle --.111 be oharged.
■KrPerNons sendlug In ndvcitl'-eiiH'iK.-i
sbould bo ciirofiil to ntate whether they
nretnuppenr In tlm Daily Edition, or the
Weekly, or both. A liberal reduction Is
mode when Inserted in both. N'otidver-
tlsement Inserted for loss than $1,
SUBSCRIBE US
Who do uot receive their paper regularly,
from the CnrriorH or through  the Post
Oflico, will confer a fnvor by reporting the
saint' to the oflice of publication at once.
County oourt aits on  Wednesday.
The banquet to Hut). Edgar Dowdney, at the Oolonial hotel this evening
begins at 8 o'olook.
Tho Presbytery of Columbia moots
to-morrow afternoon, at 3 o'clock, in
St. Andrew's chorch.
Walker & Co, havo. Sapperton Lots
near New Hospital and Ross-Mac-
lareii Milli at old prices. *
The amities base bull ciub, of Victoria, went up to Kamloops yesterday
to attend the tournament.
Five hundred and forty head of
iheep and 87 head of cattle arrived
froui the interior yestorday.
The Btr. Rainbow left for Victoria
this morninjj with 10 passengers and a
full load of fruit und  farm  produco.
Several heavy showers of rain foil
this morning, followed by a heavy
shower of hail, which lasted about
threo minutes,
Mr. Geo, E. Parkcs, teller of the
Bank of II. C. in thia city, l-opoita
discovering a counterfeit $2 Dominion
ot O.innda noto, to-day.
Mi*. A. M. Nelson lost a valuable
bug), ic horse, valued nt §200, yesterday.
The urinal was taken with colic and
died in a very short time.
The new ad vs. of Richards, Hey*
woori & Mackintosh, Woods, Turner
& G: .in hie, and Major & Pearson will
uppc.it' on the first page, to-morrow.
The str. Rithot left for Victoria this
afternoon with 30 pnssengors, 500
head of sheep, G8 cattlo, 50 tins flour
aud feed, 1,000 cases of salmon and 50
tons farm produce.
The city council will not meet to*
nigh owing to Mr. Dowdney's ban-
quiet at whieh thn whole civic board
will -ie present The usual weekly
un-fti m will bo held to-morrow night.
,      .  i>l    IJOTIOJ. ■
The itr. Irving urriviid down frum
Chill Wack yosterday afternoon with
30 pMSungors, 310 bags potatoes, 25
mick- train. 245 bales hay, 110 i-kgs
fruit. 40 pkgs sundries and 05 head
livo btook.
Tl".-. ippliH'iuut-iry priso lint for the
forthcoming exhibition will bo published to-morrow on an inside page.
Kxtiu j rize lists, as well ns a sheet
cut 111101! tho supplementary list,
will sln-rlly be iisucd.
Tlto foot of thu Exhibition Fund
li&t i:i 1'iis papur is the pined til honor
just uow, paradoxical ns it mny seem,
mid two moro of our solid citizens have
won (jiploiuus by getting to tho
bottom, to-day. Thore are a few
mon vacant seals near tho door.
Oamo down out of thu gallery, gentle-
men. ______________
DAIMT BMHSH. OOtjUUBIAK. NBW WSSTMIHSTER, B, 0„ SKFTEMBEIJ 9, 1889.
VOTjTTMS VU.-MQ, 80,
rn»irnner Uil.
The htr, Rithet arrivod from Victoria
(his morning with 135 tons of freight
nnd tho following piiBaotigcrs: Miss
Eniflish, Hev. Mr. uud Mrs, (Irani,
Mrs. Rich, Mias Green, Miss Hough,
Mr. .»(' Mrs. Sieves, J, Black, E. J.
Gardiner, Capt. O'Noil, Gen, Martin,
E. M. Johnson, VV. WiUou, J. D.
Carscnden, J. Martin, J. Fort, J. En*
Bin. C. Groun, Striven, Jno. Reed,
Lt'ndon, il. Kirkland, J, Kirkluud,
W-. Suvige, T. McDonald, Dobouroatix
and 23otceriigo.
rin.1 MIlllllllfDlR Knit.
Tlm first hii'j-u Hhipmoiiti of tliis
year's puck nf canned onlinou to
onntj n points, via C.P.U., woro mado
to-day. The str, Irving brought down
from Luiil.iiw'a cannery 2000 canes nnd
a similar mtmbur from H. Young's
paukiog emnblirthment. Thoso weru
unloaded nt thu CP.R. wlmrf nud
trni-fifom(I tu oiTH for ihipmont oast.
The tni mon is consigned to parties in
M-pnlronl, Tjronto, Hamilton and
London. .Soveral other largo ship*
ment' will bo mndo within a fow
weeko.
TlteT-'unfi TiMirnamcni.
Tho tennis tournament is growing
more Interesting na the final games approach. On Saturday afternoon Avo
mutches were ployed, In throo of which
Mr. B. M N. Woods greatly distinguish-ul himself, disposing of his opponents in turn withcompnrativo ease.
The ['hi,,* ut times was brilliant,'ind cer-
tninl; the game* were tho best plnyed
sinco Uio commencement of tho tournn*
ni'.'iu. Mr. J. S. Cluto boat Dr. Bent*
loy (I 5, fl 2; Dr. Fngau beat Mr. Eak-
at.iiii 0 2, 0 0; Mr. Woods bent Mr.
Brymner 0-3, 40, 0-2; Mr. Woods
beat Mr. Frasor 0-3,0-4; Mr. Woods
bent Mr, Bell 0*3, 0*4. Only threo
more matohui remain to be played.
A Frrocl'iu* Lunatic,
The lunatics temporarily quartered
In tho provincial jail while the asylum
improvemouts uro iu progress, aro giving the governor and his jailers a great
deal tif troublo and annoyance Yesterday one of them, it Chinaman,
made a most sudden and desperate attack en mothor lunatic, named Rob*
•rtion, and wai boating him terribly
when Turnkey Lister went to the rescue. No sooner did the turnkey mnke
hii appearance than tho crazy man
turned en him ferociously, and with
hii long nails tore Lister's face pretty
badly before ho could be ovoreome nud
puthirn inaitraightjacket. Ocaurenoes
of this kind go far tn mako the lifo of
the jiiler an unhappy one.
The Minister's Movement!-.
Mr. and Mra. Dewdney, at tho invitation of Mr. T. E. Laduur, went
down to ihu Limiting this morning and
■pent thu day visiting the different
canneries, driving over the rich delta
lands and generally seeing all that is
to be seen in that beautiful district.
To-morrow lion. Mr. Dewdney leaves
for Victoria and will spend the re*
maiuder of tho week in that city.
Boom of Logs KohI.
The tug Topic arrived in port last
night from the north, minus the
boom of loi'S with whioh she left
Bute Inlet. Yesterday morning a
heavy galo sprung up on the gulf
against which tho tug battled all day,
but towards evening the sea becamo
much rougher nud thu captain of the
tug was forced to cub the boom louso
and let it go in ordor to savo his. -.obocI.
The boom was cut adrift noar point
Roberth and the wind at that time wbb
blowing ou thorp, so it is juit possible
the logs will bo sawed. Thu Topic
loft port to-day and will endeavor
to pick up her tow again. The boom
contbilled 150,000 feet of logs and wr.i
the propoity of tho Brunette Saw
Mills Co.
A Notable Presentation.
This morning Hon. Edgar Dowdnoy,
ministar of tho interior, wbb presented
with a fine large oil painting by Mr.
W. H. Vianen. The picture represents Mr. Vianen standing beside the
largeut salmon ever caught in the
Frasoi* river, and which weighed some
75 pounds, measured 3 feet 0 inches
in circumference und almost 5 feot in
length. Sumo 30 years ago Hon Mr.
Dewdney and Mr. Vianen together
caught some of the first salmon over
taken by whitemen from tho Fraser
river, and it is in memory of this
event, and for "the days of auld lang
syne" that the presentation was made.
Hon, Mr. Dewdney waa delighted with
the gift, which he will take to Ottawa
and give a place among the articles
he most greatly treasures.
Off fur Kamloops,
The members of tho Westminster
lacrosse team left by the 1 o'clock train
to-day for Kamloops, and were given
n right hearty Bend-off by the hundred
admirers who gathered at tho railway
station to see them depart. Every
member of the team was iu excellent
spirits and fully confident of victory.
Besides the team, about 30 West*
mhifitcritea also loft for Kamloops to
see tho great lacrosse matoh and
witness the tournament. At the
Junction a Pullman was in waiting, and
into this the Royal City contingent
was transferred. The team consists of
J. C. Whyte, W. J. Corbett, M. M.
Mowat, J. R. Pulley, R. B. Lister,
O, C. Stewart, Jus. Gow, Thos. Hill.
L. A. Lewis, Thoa. Carrie, J. A. McMartin, and H, F. Thompson.
—.   .-»♦.♦ .....
Splendid Bcsnlts,
Mr. Thos. Cunningham received u
letter to-day from one of his numerous
customers In the Northwest, written
in most enthusiastic terras, and assorting what Tub Columbian has always
churned, that British Columbia fruit
will ono day find an immense market
in the territories. Among other
things tho writer snys. "Your shipments of fruit have  come  along  nil
'■'«--f, g'-ud iti condition   and   quality.
Most of the fruit I sent north, nnd it
arrived at its destination in good condition after 5 days' journey hy stage.
Fruit is something I do not think we
can grow in our territories, and ina
few yenrs moro wo are suro to be your
greatest consumers. Send me some
mure grapoa nnd pears, tho last arrived ull right." In this style the let-
tor continues, evety lino of it a com*
pliment to the fruit and to the line
condition in which it arrived.
Childnn Cryfor Pltoher'sCutorla
Various Phenomenon.
A curious phenomenon was observed from Ladners Landing this
morning during tho progress of the
rain storm that was prevailing ubout
0 o'olock. Conflicting currents of uir
mot on the south shore of Lulu Island
and formed u funnel shaped column,
which, commencing small at first, gradually increased in volume until it had
attained tho proportions of a heavy
whirlwind, It moved in a northeasterly courso ucroas tho ialand raising a
tieiiso cloud of dust as it went, and
(•nulunlly disappeared in the direction
of Vancouver. Thero being no telograph connection with Lulu Island
nothing could be lourued as to tho effect of tlio whirlwind, or the damngo
douo by it, if any. It is not supposed,
however, that any serious damage was
done, or word wuuld have raauhod tho
city concerning it. This moat unusual
phuuumonon is a surpriso to tho oldest inhabitant, who cannot remember
of a similar occurence.
Atilt* .Mortem Statement.
Ah Yen, tho Chinaman who wan
shot at Ladners last Sunday week by
n countryman named Ah Lie, nnd who
wuu supposed to bo on the fair way to
recovery, has taken a torn for tho
worso and his iife is now despaired of.
His condition wus so serious to-day
that Mr. Moresby considered it boat
tu have his ante mortem statement
taken down, which was dono by Cnpt.
Pittendrigh, J, P., in the presence of
witiu'BBea. Ah Yen gives a different
story to that first circulated iu regard
to the shooting. His statement is tj
tho cll'uot that Ah Lie, Ah Yen and a
number of other Chinamen wero gambling, and Ah Yon won a eousidorablo
amount of money from Ah Lio. When
tho play wns ended Ah Lio told Ah
Yen to roturn him tho money he hud
won, or ho would kill him. Ah Yen
rofuaod to hand back tho money and
Ah Lie thon dtew a revolver, and
stepping up closo shot him throo times,
tho second shot causing the wound
from which it is likely Ah Yen's death
will result.
—— ■ R ■■*»*,■■  ' -.-—
Nnlcldi-or ■.ynrlilDR?
From a passenger who arrivod from
up river lait evening by tho steamor
Irving, Tub Columbian is informed
of u supposed caso of suioido nenr
Sumas river. At a point about two
milei above Frank Wade's ranoh, on
the south shore of the river, nnd
directly opposite Nicomon slough, tho
body of a man was Been suspended
from tho branch of a large tree, swaying gently to and fro in tho wind. At
least a dozen peoplo on the dock of tho
iteamer saw tho body, which appeared
to be that of a largo-sized man. The
body wai hanging about 15 feet from
tho ground, and the rope by whioh it
wai attached to the branch did not;
appear to bo oyer 0 foet long.   About
50 yards from where tbo body hangs
is a small cabin, and it is supposed the
Buioide waa the owner of it. Shortly
before the Bteamer paased tho spot, a
small boat with one or moro porsons in
it sailed down river in thu direction of
Frank Wade's ranch, and the occupants
of it must have seen the corpse. Capt,
Odin did not see the body, and it was
not till the stoamor was somo distance
down river that ho learned of the circumstance It was then lute in tho
day and he could not spare the timo to
roturn. Tho authorities huvo been
informed, and immediate stopB will be
taken to investigate the caso thoroughly. _       _____	
A Magninccnt Organ.
Last weok the congregation of the
Methodist church recoived from Toronto, through D. Lyal & Co., agents,
n magnificent now organ, known as
the "vocalion." It was manufactured
by S. R. Wiirreii & Son, of Toronto,
und is really a beautiful instrument.
The organ was used for tho liret timo
in public yestorday, and the effect on.
tho musical part of tho service was
quito marked. Tho peculiar construction and arrangement of thu pipes
enables the organist to produco n
great variety of sounds, from tha deep
full tones of tho bourdon (10 feet tone)
to the faint whispers of the solo stops.
Many of the combinations nre very
charming, and quite equal to those
found in costly pipo organs. Tho
"tuba" (10 feet) stop, which is uno of
the features of tliis organ, is very powerful, and free from the harshness
usually found in powerful reed instruments, because it has the quality of
tone belonging to tho pipe organ. Besides the organ, the song servico was
further aided by a cornet, two clario*
nettes and a euphonium, played respectively by Messrs. Turnbull, King,
Wilson and McMurphy. The effeot
of theso instruments is exceedingly
lino. Tho choir yesterday acquitted
itself with great credit, the anthems
especially wero rendered in suoh a way
as to charm everyone of the largo congregation present, and it may bo
doubted if anywhere else iu this pro*
vince there oan bo fonnd a better
equipped nnd more efficient church
choir.
Police Court.
(Before T. C. Atkinson.P. M.,nudP. McTieman, J. P.,)
Charley, a Thompson rivor Indian,
with a face closely resembling the skin
of a leopard, pleaded not guilty to the
chargo of being drunk and incapable.
Coin-table Smith and an Indian police*
man both aworo that Chnrloy was very
drunk, but tho priaoner persisted that
ho was uot us ho had not absorbed sufficient firo water to do the work, and
he know his capucity.   Fiuod S5.
Thomas Kelly, charged with being
drunk and incapable, thought he had
been intoxicated, but was not quito
certain in his own mind, Howovor,
he deuidod to give tho constable's
ohargo.thu benefit of tho doubt and
was lined $2.50 aud costs.
Moody, tho chief of nil vagabond
Indiana, graced tho dock again this
morning with his ugly countenance,
un cliiiij.'o of beiug drunk. Last July
Moody waB ordered by the court to return to Ins rancherie on the Harrison
river, thero to remain threo months'M
quiet seclusion as n Siirt of pbriiincd'fcr
hin all round wickedness. As was expected, Mm uly failed to koop his pro*
miso, and although ho got drunk repeatedly iu n quiet sort of way, it was
not till yesterday thut the polioe
cnught him impping. When asked if
ho was guilty of the charge, Moody
Boomed greived that tho court should
put such u useless question nnd replied "Of course 1 wus drunk." Fined
$5.
The cases against Messrs, Raymond,
Cash and Brennan for keeping open
their bar rooms after hours wero remanded tilt Wednesday.
Killed by a Falllug Tree.
At 12 o'clock noon yesterday, at
Mr, Robert Swan's ranch, about a
mile distant from the Union Mine
wharves, Mr, David Bruce, was instantly killed by a falling tree. Tho
deceased iu company with his brother
John and Thomas Ariss was engaged
in chopping down the treos on this
farm. He was cutting ono treo while
an adjoining one waa burning. His
energies and attention were engaged
on his work, and just as the chopped
treo fell su did the burning one. The
unfortunate man happened to be fairly
in line with the burning troe, which
in its fall struck Bruce to the ground,
nnd crushing his body in a fearful
manner, from the feot to tho head.
Death was instantaneous. His friends
immediately removed the body from
under tho tree. On hearing the Bad
news, Mr. Frank Littlo, superintendent of tho mines, sent a train to bring
tho body to tho wharves, while Oapt.
Bendrodt considerably delayed the
Bteamer for an hour, so as to convoy
tho remains and Borrowing relations to
Comox. Tho arrival of the Isabel,
w ith flags at half mast, told the Comoxi-
ans the and news. The deceaied leaves
a wife and two children, who were ro*
siding at the aceno of tho accident, to
mourn his premature death. He was
29 yoars of ago, and had Maided at
Comox for many years, where he was
highly respected. The funeral will
take place to-morrow afternoon at 2
o'clock, under tho auspices of the Comox lodge Knights of Pythias, of
which lodgo ho was a member. The
aooidont oast a gloom over tho Bottle*
ment, and great sympathy was expressed for tlio bereaved relationa and
frionds.—-Free Press, Sept 5.
I'hviiNhcH nt the Drlard,
It is umusing to note tho human
tendency to "put ou airs," us soon as
noaesaary dollars ure obtained for
doing so. Last evening four Si washes
who had being flBhing and mado big
money nt tho Fraser river canneries
arrived in tho oity. What do you
think? With the instincts of a
natural born epicure, a railway magnate or other monopolist, they mado
straight for the Driard Houso. Before
registering, however, Skookuin Charley
took tho precaution to inquire as to
tho necoisary number of ducats to
enable one to sleep under the . roof of
this high-oliunod caravansary. "Comig
clikkimin kkt polaidie f" or wordi to
that effect, he inquired of (ho urbano
representative nf the hotel proprietors
who stood behind the counter. "Fivo
dollars for one night" replied the clerk,
who was enjoying the joko and
determined to test the pllo of tho
opulent aborigine. "Five dollars one
night," muttered Charley to his com*
nides, and they bolted through tho
door liko sheep going through a gate,
ns if thoy were afraid they might du
something in there that they would bo
taxed $5 for.—Friday's Times.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
PERSONAL.
F. X. Martin, of Vancouver, was in
tho city to-day.
Mrs. II. N. Rioh nud Miss Groen,
of Ladners, uro guests of Mrs. A. R,
Green,
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Edmonds returned on Saturday from a few days
visit with friendi at Vancouver.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
The safe in the post offico lit St.
Justin was blown open by dynamite
Friday night, and $1,000 in cash and
8500 in registered letters oarried away.
There is said tu be conaiderablo uneasiness amongst Quebeo politicians
anent the genoral election! for the local house. It is hinted that Mercier
would bring '.hem on at once if he
could find tho sinews of war for the
campaign.
GRATIFYING TO ALL.
Tho high position attained and tho
universal acceptance and approval of tho
pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of
Figs, ns the most excellent laxative
known, illustrate the vulue of tho quail*
tics on which its succoss is based and
aro abundantly gratifying to tho Cal,
Fig Syrup Company.
IC. C. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fund.
For the purpose of raising a fund to
contribute towards the patriotic and
worthy object of making the next annual provincial fair, to be held in tliis
city, a grand and unprecedented success,
the undersigned agree to contribute tho
sums opposito their respective names (to
be paid into tho association or to trustees
competent to receivo the same, on or before 6 months from tho date of the last
provincial exhibition, and to bo applied
te preparing exhibition grounds and
buildings in tho city, for increasing the
amount offered in prizes, and for furthering the exhibition in other ways):
Sharpe A Paine, Lulu Island  10 00
L P Eckstein  10 CO
RW Armstrong  10 00
PoterGrnnt.  10 00
J 8 Macilonell  10 00
W O Loye.  10 00
F G Strickland  26 0U
T Cunningham ,.,.,  30 00
A B Wintemute  10 00
Annie M Jaques ,  10 00
J WSexsmlth  80 00
11 PouglnB  100 00
Held 4 Currie  25 00
HTRendsS Co  50 00
WII Thibaudeau  15 00
Ogle, Campbell A Co  20 00
SUUSCBII'TIONS PAID.
The Colombian $100 00
WJ Armstrong  80 03
G D 3rymnor  20 00
.Stewart & Gush  25 00
Georgo Turner  10 00
Young A Terhune „  10 00
Terhune & Co,  io 00
A DesBrlsny ,  15 00
P Hllodoan  11)00
V.T. ....Usui.  :-5uu
T M Cunningham.....  25 00
A E Itand  2,i 00
ltev J II White  10 00
Gilley llros  20 00
Grant A Maclure  10 00
Henderson Bros, Chilllwhack..  30 00
H II Wobh  25 00
A  .1 Hill  J0 00
Claud Hamber.  10 00
F It Olover  10 00
Walker* Shadwell  10 00
Ackerman Urns  20 00
E ft Scoullar A Co.  55 00
Jas Cunningham  50 00
Capt A Grunt  10 00
Next I
H"Si^wl^k'**»«»"t«Csrti*li,
OTienshe wss a ChUd, she cried for Cutorls,
Whon the becsme Mias, she clang to Cutorlt,
When shsbsdChUdna, shegSTo tl»n Csstorli
BAPTIST CHURCH, Agnes Streot,
East of Mary Street, Lord's Dny
Services ut 11 a. m, and 7 p. in. Hnbbalh
School andUtblo Class at 2:30 p. m. Alt
soatsfree; t-trungers cordially welcomed.
—Rev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
METHODIST CHU IlC II, Mury
Street Rev. J. H. White, Pastor.
Hyretcsp irt 11 a, m. and 7 p. m. Sunday
School and Bible Class 2:80b, m. Prayer
Meeting On Thursdays at 7.30p.m. Seats
free; strangers cordially Invited.	
§T. PAUL'S CHURCH, John Street,
> Opposite Orange Hnll. Rev. Thomas
addon, Pastor. Services every Sunday
at 11 n. m. and 7 p. in. Thursday evenings
at 7:30 o'clock. Seats free; nil are cordl-
ally Invited. Hunduy gghool at 2:30 p. m.
In both i'liurclK'8 every drtj/. AN Heats
free, Hoth ohurohes open till day for private prayer.
pilESHYTinUAN CHURCH (ST.
JT ANDREWS), corner Carnarvon and
Blackwood Sts, ltev, Thos. Hcouler, pastor. Services ut 11 a. m. nnd 7 p. in.j Sunday-school uud Blhlo-clnss at, 'iao p. in.:
Priiyer-mcetingon Thur.sdny evenings ut
7.30. Scats freo: strangers welcome.
"IT* P.-ROYAL LODGE NO. fl. Regular
JV. Meeting every Tuesday night at 8
o'clock. Oddfellow*.'Hall. ViBltlng Brethren welcome.—J. E. Knight, Iv, oflt. A 8.
IO. G, T.-EXCEL8IOR LODGE NO. 8
• meets every Monday evening nt 8 o'clock, in the Tcrapornnco Hnll, Columliln
St. Vi.-iitliig members are cordially Invited, -w. O. Loth, Roc. Sec.
CALKUONIA (fe ST. ANDREW'S
SOCIETY.—The regular meetings of
this AHsnclatlon nre held on the lastTues-
day of ench month, nt 8 o'clock p. m. All
Scotchmen nre Invited to attend.-John
Beta, Seo.
A O. F.-COURT LORD DUFFERIN
A.' No. 63M. The regular meotlngs of
tlio ahovo Court nre held at the Foresters'
Hall, on tho first and third Wednesday lu
each month, at 8 p. in.—Jno. McMuui'HY,
Senr., P. C. R.      	
-ITT C. T. U.-REGULAR MEETING
VV • every Wednesday nfternoon at 3
o'clock atthe W. O. T. u. Headquarters,
Douglas St,   Loyal Legion ln the samo
6loco every Friday afternoon,—Mus. Jas.
unninoham, President; Mrs. J. A, Cun*
nibo ham, Secretary.	
UNION LODOB No, 9, A, F.
•It A* W.— The regular meetings of this Lodge uro'held ln
, , , the Masonlo Temple on the flrst
Wednesday ln each mouth, nt 7:30 o'clock
".). in. Sojourning brethren are cordially
uyi ted to attend.—W. O. Coatuait, See
DOARD OP TRADE, Board Room,
JJ Oddfellows Brick Block, up-stalrs
Council moots on the tlrst Wednesday
In oach month, at 4 |». in. Quarterly
meetings on the 22nd of Feb., May,, Aug.,
and Nov., at 7:30 p. m. New mem burs
mny be proposed and elected nt any quarterly meeting.—D, Rouson. Seo,
GIRL   WANTED
mo  DO  GENERAL  HOUSEWORK.-
APPli5lW. JAS. CUNNINGHAM,
dso3to Agnes Street.
miiE SITTING of the above Conrt Is
J postponed from Wednesday, Sept. 1th,
fo WEDNESDAY, Sept. lllll.
W. H. FALDING.
dwauMtd Registrar.
MONUMENTAL
■WORKS.
Columbia and Church Streets.
Alex. Hamilton,
PROPRIETOR.
NOTICE
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THK LN-
l specter of Penitentiaries is now making his annual visit to the British Colum*
bla Penitentiary. During his Btay here
be will be ready to hear and make strict
enquiry Into any complaints thnt may he
mado against (he administration or officers of tho Institution, Anyone having
charges to make can confer or communicate with the Inspector at tho Penitentiary.
ARTHUR II. MCBRIDE,
^ t      Wnrdon.
British Columbia Penitentiary,
New Westminster, Sopt. 0,1989.
ACONCERT
Will lso Cllvess by Usss
Holy Trinity Church Choir
IN AID or THK f'H-UK SI XI..
Temperance Hall,
COLUMBIA 8'1'llKET,
On Tuesday Evening, lOlli Sep.
Catsisssonolssg at _ o'elook,
ss-L SONGS by MRS. SILLITOE, MRS.
MOHIOSIIY, MISS MoBRIDti, Messrs.
RIOKMAN, HAMBER, * DOCKERILL.
AslDslsilon, One Dollar,
Tickets sisisy bB hail of assy sssesssbor of
tbe Cbolr, assil nt tho Bookstores,  ilscliltl
A Pleasing; Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
FoIIowb the uno of Syrup of Kg**, as :;
acta gently on tho
Kidneys, Liveu W Bowels
Effeotnally Cleansing tho System when
Costivo or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches nnd Fevers
and permanently curing
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION
•without weakening or irritating tho or-
eans on which it nets,
Por snle Iu 70o l-ottios hy nil Leading
l>rugglsts.
lUHumcri'iiBu onttx ta thu
OAUPOBK1APH1BYE0POO
. six E-sAaouco. Cat..,
-"'"mmta. Kir. Xsv foiwt <• "-
ff.JMffl&CO.
BANK BUILDING8,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
ITBIjEPHOITK No, 56.]
14 CURE ROAD, HALIFAX, EN UND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
Louden -md LaucKtUIre Fire antl
British Umpire hile Insurance
Companies.
How Westminster Ilulldlng Society,
Acconntant's Oflice, Diocese of N.W,
City Auditors, 1S80, IHfl-j and 1888,
ADVI8H CLIENTS IN  THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE OITY AND DISTRIOT,
hiiiI other monetary transactions.
Have several good luvcslnienhion their
books, and nil now comers will do well lo
call beforo doing business elsewhere.
dwSdely
bia i Ail
Ogle, Campbell & Freeman
ARE OPENING DAILY THEIR
Fall and Winter Goods!
SPECIAL:
Art Figured Pongee Silk.
Art Muslins.
JUST RECEIVED.
Pirst SHIPMENT of LINEN GOODS JUST OPENED
THE LEADINC DRY COODS HOUSE.
aUSONsH! BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTEB.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
BAVE JUST RECEIVED TIIEIB
-:-> COMPLETE STOCK OF ->
i    it   ji *      in     »
FOR FALL AND WINTER.
A PARTICULARLY GOOD LINE in MEN'S
LIGHT FALL OVERCOATS.
AND SPECIAL THINGS IN BOYS' SUITS.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
The Popular Clothing Bouse,
Oolumbla Street.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
-02SI__._.2__t  X2ST
Choice Family^ Groceries I
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Xjabxadox "Elexrlrif-fe,
3jv£ac*te:exel, Salt Cod.,
Jlxxxxoxlx's TJ-ac, 3**£ams,
JLxxxioixx'e TJ-ac. Bacon.
Flo-ax. Bian. Slioxte,
JjrHIOHKHT PRICES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE.
Sooullar-ArmsTstrong Blook, Columbia St.
Jas.Ellard,Co
Are Now Opening
-THEIR-
FIRST INSTALMENT
-OF-
FALL MILLINERY
=ALSO=
,  A, COMPLETE WJ-JE OF
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Mantles, Cloaks and Jackets.
LONDON HOUSE,
COLUMBIA STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
dwoolSte
Jf - *wJc^j^!x§[.!Hj7
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses tn steel, rubber, stiver ard gold
frames,  The finest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; ull sights suited,
Speoial attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learnt-, tho
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologevs in England, and sinco thon
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the best firms on tlio « -uli*
nent of America, is a sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship, Formerly iihiii-
gor for nearly 8 yeara of the well-known firm of Savage & Lyman, Montreal.
Charges moderate,
Montreal- Dec, 1887.—Mr, F, Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq.^Chnirmn-t of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found ^jSV^tiBJ^IM^'Svl^. did so
well for me as yoa did when In Montreal, and I «$««•# ybii are not hero toSilay.H
dwoplzto
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
AQENTS B. LAURANOE'S SPEOTAOLBS.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
 NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Wi&Gi
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
XXXOrXX-aX^JLSS
DRY GOODS
.—-j_.Ttr_o—
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    -    Oolumbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time, A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices, dwtc
BON MARCHE.
UUWl*
DRESS-MAKING DEPARTMENT will
be re-opened August 1st, and will be
under the management of a FIRST-
CLASS DRESS-MAKER from Montreal.
Style and fit guaranteed.
WALKER & SHADWELL,
d-n-SSto COIUMBIA SIRUI,

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