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Columbian.
VOLUME 7
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1889,
NUMBER 65
V. 0. ATKINSON,
DAHRISTER, SOLICITOR, Ao. Offlcca-
13 Masonic Building, NowWestmlnster,
BTO.  dwtii
rtiiMSTUONG-to ECKSTEIN,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS,   ETO.-
Masonic Building,  New westmin-
stor, B. 0.     'Iwinyjite
W.NOHMAN BOhUl, tl. C,
BARRISTER-AT-LAWtL.-iNU AGENT.
Money to Loan. Omco-Ulurlrsoii St.,
New Westminster, B. C.       dtc
roi-iioi 11», Met oil. _\ di>,ss»,
BARRISTERS. SOLICITORS, etc.  Ofll*
ces-MttHouio Buildings, New West-
ilnsler, and Vancouver, H. c.       dwto
A.C.DIIYDONE-JACK, PI. A
DARRISTER,   SOLICITOR,   NOTARY
•TOSDPII K.U A YNOK, lt.A.,I.L.C.
jT(OIjI) MEDALIST of tlm Unlvorslfj of
J    Dublin;   BARRISTER-AT LAW Of
llio High Court of Justine, Ireland. OIIIcoh,
('in-iier sMcK'-ir/.la & Clurkson Hi:-., Nuw
Westminster, dWfeHlto
A. J. HOLMES, D. D. S„
Ci-JRQEON DENTIST. Ui-iiduiite of tile
O Olilo Col lose of Uentul Surgery. Is
no-.v Y/il.ti Rr. C.E.C. llrown. All work
(tk:IUiillypuifoi-iin.'il. Il'ioms HAC, IJiiuk
.if -J. i'l„ Columbia St, flonis-8 to liiii.m.;
" i?'i '.o o p. in, d J I,villc
ti. W. QUANT,
i RCHITECT.  Oil ice-Corner Mary mid
.   Clurkson Sts., West in In-iter,    dwlo
A
mil
CLOW   A  r.lACIjUHE,
RCHITECTS.    omce--Room E, over
Ilank of B.O., Columbia 8tnot,West-
hfitor, dtc
Wli.LlA.tt'  ll. Klf.'U,
ARCHITECT, SANITARY ENGINEER,
■fco. Removed to Armstrong's Block,
Columbia Stroot, Westmlnater —Room
No.2, dto
W. TIUBjIUDISAU,
AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS*
ni.'in,   Hamley Block, New Westmin*
dmylSto
iter, B. ri
A. F. I'OTTOV,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR. Om<*o: Hoom D, Bank
J B. O'.b'llldlng, Westminster,!!,C.	
ALBERT J.  HILL
{jM.Can.Soo.O.E.),
IVU. ENGINEER, LAND SURVEYOR
j  and   DRAUGHTSMAN.      Hamley
lock, New Westm Ins It'i-. dwuii23tc
I
ti. I'lTTKNDBItill,
>EAL ESTATE BROKER nnd County
\ Court Agent. Commissioner, Notary
Ubllo, fto- Rents collected. Office—Mo-
Ccm-io Street, Now Westminster, B. 0,
T. J. TflAPP,
UtmONEER    AND     APPRAISER.
i   Columbia Street, New Westminster.
1 commissions will receive prompt
..it careful attention. Best r-jfarouceu
hen wbon required. mhlg-to
J. TQ. Fl,KLA¥SON,
^.lANO TUNER, from   Drondwood   &
Sons, London, England, and Stein-
ay&Sona, NowYork. now residing in
Vnnoonver, will ntlend to orders left at,
Mr. /,cd. S. Hnll'fi nnd D. Lyal * Co.'s
.tores. Trips 1st week of each month,
 danHle	
TURNER, BURTON A, CO.,
H/TEROHANTS. Wharf St., Vlotoiln.
ri Agents for North British and Mcr-
■iiiilllo Insnraiico Co. for Mainland. H.
V. 1IKKTOH A Co., 3d FInsbtiry Circus, London, E.G. ■    dto
fniperial Fire Insurance Do.
O-T X,0-_TX>02Sr.
,'.1P1T.II„       ■       £1,000,000 SIB.
Rules sss low sis ssssy other rsslinlslo Com-
lsassles doing business lss Britisli Colllin-
blis. W. J. ARMSTRONG,
I -IJlyMo Asosst for Now Wost.
BROS. & CO'Y
10 Chapel Walk, Soutli Castlo St., Llvei-
i pool, England.
IBank Buildings, Columbia Street, Now
Westminster, B.O.
AOBWTB,
I Ceherai Whqlebaie Mehohahts & Importers
J Any description of Goods Imported to
1'ordor and Custom and Ship Broking
[transacted, Latest Freight and Market
{(jnotiillons. dwuuZte
RAND BROS.
j 1> K AL ESTATE UUOKEIt'l,
]   '        Conveyancers, Collectors,
And Ills-turn nee Agents,
omoeaat.
NEAV WESTMINSTER:  Corner
[ MoKenalo and Clarkson Sts.
1 VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
V LONDON .England.
<   BUI LDING LOTS for sale In all sections
of Vancouver and New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS ol superior quality for
?ialo ut Chilllwhack, Port Hammond,
Luni-luy, Matsqui, Humus, Mud Hny, La-l-
tiei's Landing, Lulu Island, Nortb Arm
ami l'i tb River,
| Maps nnd Plana exhibited and tho fullest Information fm-nlshedatnlloiiroulceS)
GIRL   WANTED
f|0   DO  GENERAL  KOUSEWORK.-
AmYlUS. JAS. CUNNINOIIAM,
ilscltis Agues Hlreel,
T
TO RENT.
HE UPSTAIRS FLAT IN BUILDING
corner of Columbia and DouglusSIs,
"Mxiiil,  Apply to
danSLc HENRY V. EDMONDS,
WANTED.
ONE   THOUSAND   CORDS   CEDAR
Holts, four to seventeen feet long.—
Apply to
dlo   UOYALCITY PLANING MILLS 00,
\  For J4ire.
TWO OR THREE TEAMS OF STR0N8
WORKINI1 HOIIHES.
Asspl.v lis
sm.   WOODS, T1IRSER & OAMBLB.
POR_SALE.
A Oardcn in thi* lit}.
IT CONTAINS S ACRES AND IS ALI, A
vflgotssblss msnlois; Is close lo tlie tor-
ssslmis ol tlio Southern Railway. Apply
to CI. A. KEELY,
iIsi'Il'iiiI HoKosszle HI.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of sill liiiuls of tlse best snakes) Cross-cut & Hand-Saws,
Barbed Wire ior Fencing, and all tlio necv.uiy Ut-'iisils for Fai-Mlm-:
I-nllcy Blocks, Kisaleii Blocks, Kopc & (lliiiiu in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar & Oakuiui Tamil ami Plain !"•(->(•*• for iiullilsli'*: Paints & Oils
inoUoolors; Limild PilllltS lss all sliulcsi Fi'Slsr P.'lillis ready tousoi Urillll
Stonesi Wall Paper in all slssBign-i; Itrooiii.i & I'nislirs fur all |rai|iosc«i
IillbriCiitiiii* Oils; Trails of ull dosorlptloiis, and a ijiiiioi'al .".asoi'tnieiit of
At-i'iciiltiiral Iiniilcincnts,
t_r Special attention given to orders by mail.
t. sT.'TSAPP-SsCO.,
dwjlyliti! UoiiCMJou STitF.t:r, Nkw VViii'i'MiNfvr-cn.
lew^ Shoes,
At GRANT & MACLURE'S.
-J. S. MANSON'S TAILORING ESfAUSHMENT,
foliunbln Street, New Westminster.
Positively the largest and boat aaaortod stock ever shown iu tills city, consisting of French ami Engllali Worateda, Scotch .'.-luitiiigs, Iiiah Serge, &.o.
jerPerfeot fit guaranteed or no aale,
New loo
OPENING  DAILY AT THE
A complete stock of Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Coats, also Ladies' Sealette
and Plush Dolmans and Jackets.
dtc MES. -W--M*. -K-f^S.
C. E. WOODS, Land Surveyor.
A. fl. OAMBLK, Notary Public.
Woods, Turner & Gemb
LAND SURVEYORS,
ML ESTATE, INSURANCE
Financial Agents and Conveyancers.
Land Surveying in till its branches accurately and promptly carried out.   City and
Suburban Lauds for Sale.    Wc oan show a complete list of desirable localities.   Farming lands, improved anil unimproved, throughout tbu
district.    Mining and other stock bought and sold.    ■
Money to loan on first mortgage.
Agents for the following Insni-aneo Ooiupnntet-;
Western of Tonto, Ita, City of London,!tatW,Ncw York Life,4i Traveller,
OFFICE—Ellard's Block, Columbia Street, NewWestminster. Telephone Call No. 33.   P.O. Drawer "W."
dsolOtc
-MAJOR  tt PEARSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Financial and Insurance Agents,
Property for Snlo in all parts of tho City and Suburbs. Wo also liavo listodaomo
of tbo finest farming land in tho Provinco, MONKY TO LOAN. HOUSKS TO
ItKNT. Agenta for tho Confederation Lifo Association of Toronto, tho Loudon
Guarantee and Accident Co., Limited, General Agenta for British Columbia for
lho American Steam Boiler Insurance Co. of Now York, tho Royal and Atlas Firo
Assurance Companies of England, Union Firo and Marino Insurance Co, of San
Francisco, Soutli British Fire and Marino Insurance Co, of Now Zealand.
 OFFICES-—
NEW WESTMINSXEI-—Columbia Street, Bank of li! C. Block.
VANCOUVER—irastims Street, opposito tlio Post Odlce.
dss'solOto
Richards* Haywooi
Real Estate and Financial Agents,
Conveyancers, Notaries Public, Etc.
Agents for Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
LOANS   NEGOTIATED,
COLLECTIONS   MADE,  SURVEYS  TAKEN,  MAI'S AND l'LANS PREPARED.
COD  0Al C.     'iusi;lcss.  Residence '•"'il  Suburban  Property,  Improved  and   Unimproved
■ Ull uHLL     Fanning Lands, Timber nnd Mineral Claims.
Colonial Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
-OFFIOEEi	
176 Cordova Street,
VANCOUVER.
51 Yates Street.
VICTORIA,
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Tliis powder neVer varies. A marvel of
purlty,stronKtha"ndwlioleBomonesB.*Morfl
1 eonomlcal limn lite ordinary kln<ln,mi(l
cun not 00 .■-*■■ -1 in coinpoMllon with Die
multitude of low tw-t, Hhort weight nlum
or phosphate powflors, Hold only In enna,
Royal Bakikg Powdkr Co., 106 Wall 81,,
NewYprlt. ttely
NiQHr Bell.
Telephone 57.
<
CHEMISTS & DRUGGISTS.
Columbia St.,   -   Now Westminster.
W
B HAVE ONU OF THE  BEST
Selected Stock.-- in tho City.   Our
Drugs arc perfectly pure   and can bo
thorougldy relied upon.
"Our Own" Beef, Iron & WJIIC
is, beyond the shadow of a doubt, the
best preparation of ita kind in the
world. dapl.'itc
BUSINESS NOTICE
I HAVE THIS DAY TAKEN INTO
partnership I". W. McLvniks and in
future tlio buslnofis will bo conducted under the nnino nnd slylo ol A. A E. W.
MolNNIB»- A. MoINNIES.
WISH TO NOTIFY THE PUBLIC
'-at w*j Imvo rfl'bpenod In tho NBV
cornor Columliln A lloiiglii-i Sis.
"IITE 'Svihh tu iNUTify xuiii ruiiijiv;
VV   Hint wo hnvo ro-opened In tho NEW
STonE.coriipri'oliimWnAF* «■-■"-
with a full and select lino of
Groceries & Provisions
.-Soliciting n eonlliiuanccof tho public
patronage      A. A E. W. SlolNNIEM.
Now West., August 0,1839. danllyl
TA1IR&C0.
GBISTS
Queen's Hotel Block,
KEW 11 l,*T*ll\STi:ii.
EeliaMe Drugs & lediGines
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PBESCItH'TIONS A SPECIALTY,
Telephone No. 83: slssplto
D. LYAL & CO.
Organs,
Vocalions
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
FANCY GOODS,
TOYS, Etc., Etc.
N. Ii.-Bolicrty Organs sola at
CO por cout. off list prions, for casli.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Loiitag, Harris
so ao.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
-—AND—
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Colled Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
*
And transact all Businoss relating to
ileal Estato.
—AGENTS FOR	
London Aksiimik-c Corporation.
Connecticut Flro Insurance Co, of
Hartford.
London and Lancashire Life Assurance Ou.
Canton Insurance Office, Ld. (Marine)
OFFICES: ~"       ~
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dWMllyl
A GREAT BRIDGE.
A 87,000,000 Bridge to Span the
St. Lawrence from Quebec
to Point Levis.
New York is Making: a Strong* Effort to Secure tlie World's
Fair in 18921
A Large Fruit Cannery in San Jose
Destroyed by Aire.  Damage, 5-10,000.
TO HIUUOJ* THK HT. LsUVRBNCK.
JQuhbbo, Sept. 14.—Edward Eiffel,
'boh of llio builder of the Paris tower,
and M. (iiol, his father's partner, nro
horo in connection with tlie proposed
bridging uf llie St. Lawrence at Quo-
mo, to unite tlio Canadian Paciiic and
tho Intercolonial railways. The estimated cost of the won; is $7,000,000.
* HT1LL    KXTKNMNO.
Hamilton, Ont., Sept, 14.—Mr.
Vni-i Horne said to-day, concerning
the Canadian Pacific's plans, thai it
will hare connection with the United
Staten near tho international bridge
aud will build its own bridge across
tho Niagara river. It lias arranged
for connection with G of tho leading
American railroads, and will bo able
to run into Buffalo on most advantageous terms.
a strong effort.
Nkw York, Sept. 14,—Mayor Grant
to-day made a move towards desirable
results by sending to the governors of
the states and territories, tho mayors
of all cities having first and second
clam post offices, and nil senators and
representatives, official invitations ask*
ing them to co-oporate with the city
authorities of New York to secure the
international exposition of 1892 for
this city,
THE NEW CUUISEBS.
Washington, Sept, 14.—-The Bee-
rotary of tho navy is to-day considering the proposition, submitted to him
just nfter tho failure to effect the
ruilding of the two 3,000-ton cruisers
by contract, to have tbem built by tho
government at tho navy yards. If he
decides to have them built at the yards
ono of them will go to Mare Island,
Cal., and one to New York.
cAnnery burned.
San Jose, Sept. 14.—At 1:30 this
morning J. H. Fliokingsr's fruit cannery, about throe miles from here, was
burned to the ground. The building
was 80x100 foet, ono story high and
valued at $3,000. It contained a plant
valued at $20,000. Six carloads of
dried prunes, valued at $12,000,15,000
pounds of sugar, woith over $1,000,
nod about $3,000 worth of other dried
fruit, wero destroyed. The total loss
is about £50,000, fully insured, A
warehouse containing from $60,000 to
$75,000 worth of this season's canned
fruit, nud situated only 80 foot from
tho cannery, was saved, The origin
oftho tiro is unknown.
ABARQUSLOST.
New York, Sept. 14.—The pilot
boat David Carroll this morning
brought into quarantine the captain
and crew of tho German barque Wtma.
The barque hailed from Wilmington,
and when off Barneyat was stove in by
heavy seas. Tho David Carroll tried
to tow hor in, but shortly after getting
a lino to bar the barque capsized.
FATAL QUARREL,
Jersey City, N. J., Sep,t 14.—
Morey nnd Timothy O'Brien, two
brothers, both butchers, agedabuut40,
quarreled this morning ot-er the disposition of the property left by their
mother.   Morey stabbed Timothy with
• butcher knife, killing him nlmost instantly.   He was arrested.
opium seized.
San Francisco, Sept. 14.— The customs officers this morning mado a
seizure of ten tins of opium in the engine room of the steamer Oity of
Puobk, which arrivod from Victoria
last night.
FATAL UAS   EXPLOSION,
Chicaoo, Ills,, Sept. 13.—A terriffio
explosion of gas occurred in a Milwaukee avenue plumbing shop this morning. A leak had sprung, and when
Patrick Loftus entered the basement
with n lighted lantern an explosion
followed. Altogether fifteen persons
are reported hurt by the accident, four
fatally.
conference of charities.
San Francisco, Sept. 13.—Tho
national conference of charities this
morning accepted tho invitation uf the
city board of charities of Portland,
Oregon, to visit that city when the
conference is concluded,
ABANDONED.
Atlantic City, Sent. 13,—Tho Gorman ship Goster-Mmdo is aground
horo, Tho sua is very heavy and tho
crew will bc obliged to abandon her to
destruction.
SUNSET COX'S SUNSET,
New York, Sopt. IS.*—Tlio funeral
of Congressman Cox took plnco this
morning and wus largely attended.
Among tho mourners wero Vice-President, Morton and Ex-Prcatdent Cleveland.
DANGER AT THE OAFITOL.
Topeka, Kansas, Sopt. 13,—Defects
iu tho construction of tho new cnpitol
building havo been discovered, and
the large dome, the architects an*
neuuee, is liable to fall through into
tho rotunda at any timo. Tho build*
ing has been vacated and nn investigation begun,
ASHORE  AT CAPE HENRY,
Norfolk, Va., Sopt. 13.—The British steamship Godfrey, from St. .lago,
Cuba, to Baltimore, with iron ore, wont
ashore near Cape Henry Inst night
whilo making for Cape Sable, It is
thought sho can bo floated by lightening her cargo.
THE STORM ABATES.
Atlanxic, N. J., Sept. 13.—Tho
opening of travel over tho Atlantic
nud Camden road has givon free no*
cessi to this city from tho outside
world, and all anxiety is relieved; ne
less of lifo hus occurred, as fnr as yet
nsi-eitiiiied one man had his arm
brokon, and that seems to have beon
tho only casualty. The sea is still
pouring on the beach with unabated
violence, and tho wind is still very
high, but has not tho force of the past
fow days; hotels at the inlet aro out off
from the rost of tlio island. It is nuw
thought that 9100,000 will fully cover
loss to property here. Damage to
railroads cannot yot be estimated, but
will bo much greater than to other
property. The inconvenience caused
by tho lack of fresh food has been relieved and every train brings carloads
of all kinds of provisions.
FROM VICTORIA.
Aimliicr Na! nt hii Vensel Sails for J'ii-o
land.. •Tin- llur-ine Lt-liti Ai-rlves.
Spcu'-al lo the Columman.
Victoria, Sept. 14.—The barque
Lobu arrived in tho harbor tin's morning, 130 days from London. Shu is
consigned to R. P. Rlthot & Co.
Tho ship Doris Brodorsou sailed this
afternoon for England, with a full
cargo of salmon.
Tho a.y. Corona is duo hero to-night
and will probably leave in tliu morning
for Alaska.
A scratch game of laorosso wm piny
ed nt Boaoon Mill this afternoon.
FRENCH ELECTIONS.
The Boulangist Candidates Number
256 and the Royalists are
Pledged to Him.
Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show is
All the Rage with the
Parisians.
The Great Boek Yard Strike Finally Settled and Work will be
Resumed Monday.
Tlir Kt'iiiru of Um kale.
The sealing schooner Kate, Cnpt.
Niolsen, Mr, Charles Spring ownur,
entered tho inucr harbor oarly ou
Sunday morning from Behring's Sen,
Sho sailed from the closed waters at
nbout the same time as the Lily, but
has culled at sovoral wost coast stations
un tho way down, which detained her
several days. She brought no reports
from the sealers now out that have not
already boon made public. Her catch
numbered 700 skins, only about 000 of
which were taken in Behring's Sen, the
balance comprising the coast catch.
The Kate also brought down 100
barrels of oil from the weat coast,—
Colonist,
Ural Skins Shipped.
A heavy -shipment of seal skius was
made yeBterdny via the C. P. R, to
London, by E, B. Marvin & Cu. und
Came & Munsie. Tho total number
of skins was 4,750, and they woro
packed in 80 largo cssks. Thoir value
laid down in Loudon will bo in the
neighborhood of §30,000. No wonder
the Americans want to keop all the
seal fisheries to themselves and freeze
out tho Canadians from participating
in any profits which may bo made in
tho busiueas, Tho shippers of this
last cargo havo also made arrangements
to havo them put through in ths quickest time on record, tho 0. P. 11.'q
agents having agreed to land them in
Montreal in 8 days, They will reach
London iu 11 more, — Thursday's
Times.
Tlie Knnllla Point Line.
Mr. H. Frye, C. E., aud Mr. D. H,
McNiul, who havo been engaged by
tho Dominion government in locating
tho routo for tho new telephone and
telegraph lino from Point Bonilla to
Oape Beale, returned to tho city yesterday, thoir supply of provisions having ruu short. Tho route has now
beon marked out to within ten miles of
Cape Beale. A Bit-foot trail has been
out, in many places through dense
bush. It is expected that the telephone wire will first be used on the
now lino to connect the signal stations,
and tho telegraph will be added later.
Mr, -Conway, the contractor, has a
gam,' of seventeen men at work and is
making good progress with his part of
the work. Ho is now within seven
miles of San Juan harbor.— Friday1 s
Colonist.
 * -^_ •	
An Ilii-slriilnl   Weekly.
Beginning with Saturday, September
Uth, the Wed Shore, of Portland, Or.,
will becomo au illustrated weekly,
whose special aim will bo to give
vivid and picturcaquo engravings of
scones and incidents of the Pacific
const. It will bo profusely illustrated
and printed from new type throughout,
nnd it will bo eno of tho handsomest
papers printed on thu coast. This
undertaking is a groat one aud calls
for the expenditure of much money
and for indefatigable labor in all
departments. It is a long step in advance for tho Pacific coast to thus
attempt the publication of an illustrated
weekly of the first order of artistic
merit, and the fact of its publication
will do much to enhance tho reputation
of Pacific coaat journalism. The price
of tho now paper will be 10 cents a
copy, or $4 a year._
Alaska Salmon*
A Washington despatch Bays:—In
accordance with tho act of congress
passed lust session, Colonel Marshall
McDonald, fish commissioner, sent a
party this summer to Alaska to mako
investigations on the salmon rivers in
that territory, with a view to prescribing regulations for the protection of
the fisheries. Dr. Bond is in charge of
the investigation and his report iB from
Karluk, Aug. 10th, and has juat been
received by tho commissioner. Dr.
Bond says tho Karluk is, according to
statistics, tho greatest salmon river in
Alaska. Tho falling off in tho catch
this year was anticipated owing to ovor
fishing and seining at tho mouth of the
river, which makes tho ascent of fish
to their spuwning grounds a matter of
great difficulty except on ono day of
thu weok. One rivor is lull of young
salmon. Tho stream is broken by
rocks and rapids and lagoons, but tho
enemies bf tho salmon, aside from
lishori, aro found in the salmon shark,
a species of eagle, comorants, gulls,
scalping dolly vardens and steel heads.
Thero wero six canning companies located at Karluk and all the fishing is
done along a littlo pieco of outside
boaoh adjacent to the river mouth, not
exceeding half a mile in length. In
the Inst two miles of the river course
tho haul of suiiifl are the main dependence, some of tho larger ones being
15,000 feet long. Tho catch of Aug.
4, was 153,000, one firm only taking
150,000. Fishing goes one day and
night, oxcopt from Friday at midnight
to Saturday midnight, when the aBcent
of the salmon is unobstructed, Tho
roport Bays the sentimont of tho fishermen is in favor of obeying the law
against obstructions. A trap placed
in tho river was taken out by them
just' fcnfore the arrival of the party,
and tin oW Ruaaian snpoa, formerly lo*
eatcdi «*\st the rapids, was burned.
The numbor of fishermen employed at
Karluk are 400 whites,'and several
hundred Chinese aro employed in the
canneries. Mr. Booth surveyed three
miles, but further progress cannot be
made this yoar.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
BOULANQIST  CANDIDATES.
Paws, Sept. 14.—The journals arc
full of lists of candidates for tho
chamber of deputies, and of appeal of
nominees to their constituents. The
number put forward ub Roulanyist*- so
far, is 250. In addition to thoso the
majority of the royalist and imperialist nominees arc committed oponly,
or by implication, to the support of
Boulanger.
THE FAITHFUL EXHORTED.
Paris, Sept. 14.—Interesting documents concerning the coming elections
have beon put forth by two prominent
ecclesiastics, The arohbishop of
Towns, iu a publio communication,
exorts the faithful to exercise their
political rights, but at the same time
warns them the church ihould shun
any participation in a merely political
strife. The bishop of Autun, in a
pastoral letter affirms the right of the
clergy to rota, and requests the faithful to offer prayers for nine days at the
period of the elections.
BUFFALO BILL'S SHOW.
Paris, Sept, 14.—The exposition is
averaging 160,000 persons daily. Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show is turning
peoplo away, and his fifth month finds
the public interest unabated.
COMING HOME,
London, Sept. 14.- Wm. O'Connor,
the oarsman, was a passenger on the
str. Alaska which Bailed for New York
to-day.
TRADE DEPRESSION
London, Sept. 14,-Six mills have
closed at Blackburn owing to the depressed condition of trade.
CONTINUING THE GOOD WORK
London, Sept. 14.—Cardinal Manning and the lord mayor of London
are now endeavoring to bring about a
settlement of the differences between
the lightermen and other employers,
arising out of the decision of tno former to reject the concession made to
them until the dock laborers strike
Bhould be settled. It is thought the
negotiations will be brought to a successful issue to-day.
DELANEY WANTS HIS WAGES,
Dublin, Sept 14—The -Freeman'*-
Journal publishes a letter from Patrick
Delaney, now serving a term of life
imprisonment iu Maryborough prison,
addressed to the prominent officials of
Dublin Castle. Delaney waa sentenced
to death for complicity in the Phoenix
Park murder, but Earl Spencer, when
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, commuted
his sentence to imprisonment for life.
He was brought beforo the Parnell
Commission last January to give testimony for the Times, and in the letter
he piteously implores the officials addressed to obtain his release from imprisonment as a reward fcr his evidence, intimating that promises of the
recognition of his services, tantamount
to immunity from further penal service, were made as an inducement to
testify.
THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY.
London, Sept. 14.—Mr. Gladstone
since hii return to England has expressed, privately, extreme annoyance
at the press reports oi his remarks on
British politics, spoken in France.
These say he has committed himself to
uncompromising opposition to the university proposals. Mr. Gladstone says
he declines, as he has all along declined, to form any opinion, and far
less to express himself in any manner
concerning the project of which he has
heard nothing definite, He prefers to
know perfectly what he is talking
about before he says anything definite.
The Irish Catholic, in its forecast of Mr.
Balfour's bill for the establishment of
a Catholic uuirersity, in Ireland, says
the Royal university will not be abolished because it is required for nonconformists and others unable to avail
themselves of the advantages offered
by Trinity college, but its establishment will be largely reduced. Queens
college, at Belfast, will be maintained
aud will be empowered to confer de*
grecs. The annual savings from tho
extention of Queens college at Cork,
and Queens college at Oalway, combined with the savings from retrenchment at the Royal university, is expected to partially meet the cost of
tho endowment of the new university.
WILL BREAK THE COTTON RING.
London, Sept. 14.—At a mooting of
tho common weavers it was resolved
that there ihould be a joint meeting of
the operators and manufacturers to
consider a scheme for breaking down
tho cotton ring.
FINALLY ENDED.
London, Sept. 14. - Tho master
lightermen have conceded tho points
submitted to thom on behalf of their
employees, and the last obstacle in the
way of a general resumption of business is removed, and the groat strike
is ended. The men will return to
work on Monday.
The rate on the dollar was fixud at £ of
1 per cent, and the revenue and salary
by-laws wero read three times and passed. An appropriation of $50.00 was
made for enlarging and fencing tbe
graveyard- and a committee appointed
consisting of Reeve and Coun. Muflbrd
and Houston to draw up -specifications
for next meeting. Tenders were ordered
to be called for September 20th, for
building bridge on town line and con-
ract onMcKee'B rood. The clerk waa instructed to scud Surrey council a protest
against their action in blocking the Nico-
mekl river, after being opened for navigation by the Dominion government, by
building a bridge without a draw. The
olerk was instructed to notify the Fraser
River Iron Mining Company to roport
the road at western end of municipality
damaged by their mining operations-
Conn. Darcy wan instructed to noil
work on Mulvcr's road to tho amount of
$25.00 rn* soon as practicable. Tho fol-
lowing accounts wero ordered (iald: T.
Culbert, §2.00; W, Lawrence, $1.50; Ifi.
Yorksou, S-20.00- and Watson, $2*>.00.
Notico of motion, Coun. Ycom -n to appoint a licensing beard. Coun, Davio
to movo that no work be passed iu future
unless inspected aud passed by two councillor's. Council then adjourned 'until
first Saturday in October.
Langley Council.
Counoil met at the usual place on Saturday Sept 7th at 11 a. m, present the
Reeve and Couns, Mufford, Darcy,
Houston and Yeoman. Tho minutes of
pre i-ions meeting wore read and confirmed,
On motion a grant of $100, was voted,
for changing the Yale road at Murray's
Hill, the balance required boing done by
the government. Letter of advice from
J. E. Gaynor re Coun, Gray's resignation
received and filed. On motion R. Norris, Sr,, wob appelated councillor in
room of T. Gray. Petition from T.
Ruene and others received and laid over
until next meeting. Petition from N.
Coglan and others received and Coun.
Darcy instructed to expond $50 on -repairs to Telegraph road. Communication from Hon, Jno. Robson received and
Bled. The following contracts wero
awarded: Bridge-river .road, to Archie
Campbell, 940.00; Telograph road, 8.
McClughan, 24 chainsfor $15.00; Spier's
road, S. McClughan, 18 chains for $25;
Port Hammond road, T, Yeoman, $30;
Boake s road, B. Bosks 18 chains for $20,
SCIENTIFIC MISCELUNT.
A recent death from hydrophobia
is supposed to have resulted from
allowing a dog to lick a razor-cut on
the face.
A Frenoh physician reports casos
in which the usual in ,-uliation
period of measles—twelve or fourteen days—seems to have Im en considerably exceeded. In two cases
the disease appeared at least twenty
days after exposure, and in the third
caso in nineteen days,
An Ingenious Electric Lamp,—
A Belgian invontor, M. Pieoer, has
devised a new and very simple incandescent lamp. A thin pointed
rod of carbon, placed vertically,
rests upon two horizontal copper
rods about a quarter of an ine h apart,
and forms a bridge between them,
The current passes botween the copper rods through the carbon, rendor-
ingit incandescent. Springs move the
copper rods slightly when the carbon is consumed, and prevent the
breaking of the circuit.
Food prom Iron.—In a now
treatise on manures, Mr, A. B. Griffiths states that the process of converting iron into Bessemer etceel result* in the elimination of a basic
slag, contaning from 14 to 20 per
cent of phosphoric acid. Heduced
to an impalpable powder, tins slag is
a valuable plant food; and as manure the 350,000 tons of the slag obtained yearly in England should
produce at least 4,000,000 tons < f
hay, or sufficient for feeding 7**0-
000 head of cattle.
Turned in Nature's Machine*
Shop.—Two almost perfect spheres
about four inches in diameter—one
black and of vegetable origin, and
the other white and a mineral product—were lately exhibited to tho
Geneva Society of Physics and Natural History. Both were remarkable as having been produced by a
mechanical movement, Thn black
ball was one of two formed by the
slow rolling together of dust in a cavity of the oak shaft of an old mill-
wheel ; and the white ball was a
calcareous pebble found with many
others in a grotto traversed by a
torrent flowing into the Rhone.
Protective Paints.—The Dutch
Stato Railways bave made u scries
of experiments to determine exactly
tbe relative resistance to A*eathor
and sea water of various p-gments.
Red-lead paints, being more adhesive to metal nnd moro elastic, were
less affected by atmospheric changes
than those composed of tho brown
oxides of iron. The protection afforded by any paint was f ou ud to be
increased by pickling the p.atcs in
hydrochloric acid beforo its application. Admixture with the oxide of
some electro-positive metal, such as
caustic lime or soda, prevented corrosion by sea water * but only magnesia proved long serviceable, aB the
efficiency of the others was < iimnished when their alkaline properties
were neutralized by carboi io acid,
which they—unlike magn-jsium—
readily absorb. Tho magnusia not
only protected the iron from galvanic
action, but had no effect on the anti-
fouling qualities oftho paint.
Stone-Cutting by Band-Saw.—
The "helicoidal wire cord"—first applied hy M. Faulin Gray, of Marseilles—is coming into use as an effective plan for cutting stone in
many European quarries, An engine drives a continuous wiro cord
of about one-sixth of an inch in
diameter, composed of tin ce mild
steel wires twisted together, this
cord being guided by grooved pulleys, and stretched by a weighted
truck on an inclined plane. The
eord is placed upon the stt ne, and
the cutting sand is directed with
water along the course ehoson.
Stones so hard as hitherto to be
worked only by means of piok or
chisel are readily sawn, an hourly
out of one inch in granite or four
inches in marble being regularly obtained in blocks fifteen or sixteen
feet long. A cord 150 yards long
will out about seventy feet deep in
blocks fifteen feet long before being
worn out. Not only many blocks of
stone can be Ba wed, but they may
be cut out of the solid rook by sinking a shaft to introduco tho pulley-
carriers.
Georgo Sproule, who was some days
ago arrested and lodged in jail at Por-
tago la Prairie, to await trial on a
charge of embezzlement, lovanled
from tho court-room yesterday while
tho constable was gone after some
papors. He made towardi the boundary.
Children Cryfor Pltcher>Caitoria DAILY BRITISH OOLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SEPTEMBER 14, 1889.
VOLUME VU.-NO. 68.
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Sails British Columbian
Saturday Eveninr- Sept. U, IttW.
The Churoh street oracle distinguished itself to-day, by sneering at
William K. Obidstone, who it explains (for fear, prosumnbly, thnt
this "narrow-minded community"
never heard of the greatest living
statesman and orator) "is an ambitious leader of tho opposition who
will never bo content to dio until ho
is again premier." Such overweening conceit, hidden under un as
sumption of superior wisdom, is
worthy of tbe late Jefferson Brick,
who boasted that tho queen of England trembled on her throno in the
Tower of London whon she perused
his editorials. The annexationist
and lover of the stars and stripes
should certainly know something of
the grandest friend of liberty this
century has seen. Ambitious! Why
he retired from public life, but in
spite of it no ministry without Gladstone at its hoad was possiblo in
1880. Let us tell the new print
that we havo heard of cases where
poor mothers brought their little
children miles to show them the
face of that great good Englishman.
By his influence tho death trap
prions of Bomba were mudo impossible in Naples, and through his
efforts the franchise has been extended from tho few to the many.
To. him is duo the disestablishment
of an alien church in Ireland and
the abolition of purchase in the
army, and the timo is near whon his
wondrous life will be orowned by
thn obtaining of self-government for
Ireland. A royal lady once spoke
slightingly of Gladstone in the hearing nf Bright. "Madam," Eaid the
orator, "have you children f "Yes;
why do you ask V "Take them," he
replied, "where they can see that
great man, and tell them to mark
him well, for they will never look
on his like again." Let the Ohurch
st. sheet stick to subjects its feeble
mind is capable of embracing, for it
makes itself ridiculous when it attempts criticism of men the ktchet
uf whose shoes it is unworthy to unloose.
Not only does "heaven help thoso
who help themselves," but the tendency is for man to aid his fellow—
if he is an energetic, enterprising,
confident, rustling fellow—while nn
individual or a community of u contrary disposition and oharactor wins
only contempt and kicks instead of
respect and encouragement. A case
in point: Tho royal city has made
such a radicol departure within the
last year or two from its old snail-
like methods and pace, and has displayed such a thoroughly live and
energetic spirit in making preparations' on a large scale and with all
possible completeness for the approaching provincial exhibition to
lie. held within its limit*), that our
nni-^hbors will not be slow to acknowledge our commendable and
successful efforts and add their encouragement and assistance as well.
Tho iVews, of Vancouver, has the
following kind and well-conceived
remarks on the exhibition and Westminster's connection with it: "Whilo
much of tbe success of the
forthcoming exhibition at New
Westminster will necessarily depend upon those who have the
management of it, it will be impossible for them to succeed fully unless
they are cordially and energetically
supported by the peoplo of the wholo
of British Columbia. In suoh an
enterprise as this there should be no
soctional feeling; no lukewarmness
or failure to assist becauso tho direct
ros ilt't of a thoroughly successful
exhibition may sooni to be likely to
be of greater benefit to New Westminstor thnii to other cities or districts in tho province. Wo nro
awiiro tlmt in the past there have
lu.'i: i sucli feelings in existence, and
it if) possiblo that thoy may in some
C'isns ntill survive. Wo trust, howover, they will die out under the
energy, of ihoso who have chargo of
the forthcoming exhibition. As wo
showed in these columns u fow days
ngo, neither l.ibor nor money is
being grudged by the citizens of
Now Westminstor to furnish accommodation ffr an exhibition far supo
rior to any of iu predecessors. Tho
peoplu of Vnncouver, who have often
times in the past hnd themselves to
play a lone hand [what does our co-
temporary mean 1 J, and will appreciate the efforts of their neighbors
in the royal city, and will not be
found wanting on their part iu anything tbey can do to contribute to
the Buocess of the meeting in October, It seems to us that the present will be tho first exhibition of
the Association which will be really
provincial in respect to receiving
hearty support from every section of
the country. Let us all therefore,
while expecting thnt the people of
New Westminster will thoroughly
sustain their nnmo for hospitality
by the extensive scale on which
they will prepare for the gathering,
do our part, so that the general consensus of opinion by those who nre
present in October will be that it is
by far the best exhibition that has
been held in British Oolumbia,"
The. political situation in Newfoundland is lively at nny season,
says the Empire, but is likely to
take an additional interest this year
from tho fact that a general eleotion
is at band and a greatly enlarged
electorate will pronounce upon questions of publio policy. It does not
seem nt all improbable that union
with Oanada, which is the natural
and suitable future for the colony,
will not be relegated so far into the
background as the failure of the inter-colonial negotiations last year
appeared to signify. Tho question
may not bo a vital issue in the approaching contest, but that it will
assume some importance is evident
from tho utterances of. the Newfoundland press. Tho younger men
who will, under the manhood suffrage law, be admitted to a share in
the government of the country may
not unreasonably bo - expected to
look to confederation with Canada
as tho best future for thu island.
There is a confederation party also,
uud small as it may be, its members
will hardly remain quiescent during
the campaign. Sir William White-
way, the former premior of Newfoundland, who was-supposed to retire from politics a few years ago,
under some sort of political compact, has announced his intention of
returning to public lifo nnd contesting a sent in tho Trinity Bay district. What his policy may be is
yet undetermined, but his present
alliances are not hostile to tho union.
Tho Harbor Grace Sitfkdard, a leading organ of public opinion upon tho
island, is quite outspoken in its advocacy of confederation, and has
tho following interesting comments
upon tho issue: "It is rumored that
the constituencies from Burin to St.
Barbe, intend testing the question
of confederation next fall, by calling
out confederate candidates for their
respective districts to represent
them, and who will favor tho sending of the proposed delegation to
Ottawa to ascertain what terms
will be offered for our acceptance.
We do not wonder at this; tho busi
ness relations between the people of
the western districts of Newfoundland and the provinces of the Dominion are fast extending, and with
a decided advantage to our people,
who can get supplies of every description on far more liberal torms
and of a better quality from the
Dominion than can be procured in
tbis country, and can also sell or
barter the produco of the fisheries
to moro advantage in the same direction than they can in Newfoundland." Thus it is plain that union
is among the possibilitos of the near
future, and that a delegation to discuss terms may be the outcome of
tho election. With respect to railway projects in Newfoundland and
the connection which they have with
the prospects of trade with Canada,
the line proposed by the government
will extend the present line 250
miles to tho mining regions so as to
develop the rich resources of the
colony and improve the internal
communication. The well-informed
Newfoundland correspondent of the
Montreal Gazette refers to the railway ns a most promising enterprise,
extending over several years : "Our
fertile lands, now locked up and inaccessible, will be opened up, their
value increased and settlement promoted. Our timber and mineral
lands will be utilized. Large sums
will l>e distributed as wages among
the people. The new line wilt tap the
great valleys of the Gambo, Gander
and Exploits, in which are vast
areas of good land and splendid pine
forests. Thore could not bo a more
promising or profitable expenditure
of the public funds for turning to
account the long-neglected natural
resources of the island," The approval of the legislature secured, the
work will be begun by means of a
loan raised on the credit of the
island. Thus, progress throughout
the length and breadth of the wide
Dominion, from the Atlantic to the
Pacific, seems the order of the day.
Children Cryfor PitcherV
BAPTIST OHUROH, Agnes Btreet,
Bust of Mary Btreet, Lord's Day
Services nt 11a.m. and 7 p.m. .Sabbath
School andBlhle Glass at '2:w p. in. AU
dents free* strangers oonllally welcomed.
—Kev. Thos. Baldwin, ppBtor.
METHODIST C II URCII, Mrtry
Street. Rev. J. H, White, Pastor.
Service.-' at 11 a.m. nnd 7 p. in, Sunday
School ii ml Bi IjIo Qhr-. 2i",'yp. m, Priivei-
Meeting on Thursdays at 7.!top.m. Bents
free; sU'iingom conllniiy Invited.
ctT. PAVh'B O'tuuoii, John street,
Q Opposito Orange Hall, ltev. Thom as
ilmidoii, pastor, Services every Sunday
nt II ii. m. and 7 p. m, Thursday e veil logs
nl 7-;HI o'clock. Heals free; nil arc eor.ll-
nlly Invited. Sundny Hehool nt2i'«lp. m.
Citn ::cn of England. - holy
i TRINITY OHUROH: Itenlor, Tiio
BiSllOM. ft, MARY'S CHUROH; Kci-lor,
Tho von. Arclnle-teon Woods. Pcrvurci
In both church*** every day. All ko.iIs
(roe. Roth churches opon nil dnyforpri-
vulo pi-ayav.	
PltBSBVTBHIAN    CHURCH   (ST.
ANDREW'S)- corner Carnarvon and
lili,cl'v-ond Sis. Kev. Thos. Scouler, pus-
lor, Services at II n, in. and 7 p. in.; Huu-
d:'v--*-hnol »nd Blblo-clnss nt 2..HI p. in.;
l'liiyi'i-ni'Mngon Thursdny evenings ut
7.;!0.  Boats free! stranger* welcome.
KF.-ROYAIj TjODBS NO. fl. Itcjjtilar
. Meeting every Tuesday niglit al X
(■'cloclr. Oddfellows'Hnll. Vlsltlnii Broth*
rcn welcome.—J, E. Kniuiit. IC. of It. A ft.
(O. G. T.-EX0EL9IOR LODQE NO. S
, meets every Mondny ovcnln-r at H o'clock. In thn Temperance Hnll.Olumhln
ftt. Visiting members aro conllniiy invited.—W. C. Loyk, Roc, See.
CAI.KDONIA * ST. ANUHEW'S
SOCIETY.—The regular rafloMnoa of
this Association aro held on the lastTuc.-i-
dnyof eiifili month, nlSo'cloei; n.w. Alt
Scotchmen are Invited to atto.-ii, -John
Bui*!, Sec,	
i O. P.-OOURT LOW) DUKFEHIN
A, No. (MM. Tiio regular meoiings of
tho nbove Court sro held nt tiio foresters'
HaM, on tho flrst nnd third Wednesday in
each month, ftt 8 p.m.—Jho. McMuiu-iiy,
Benr., P.O. It 	
\\T ©„ T. U.-REGULAR MERTING
W • evory Wednesday afternoon nt ii
o'clock at the W. C. T. IT. Hoodquarlors,
Douglas St,   Loyal Legion In tho Mime
Since every Friday afternoon.—Mas. Jas.
twniNGHAM, President; Mrs. J. A. Cun-
ninoham- Secretary.	
UNION IjOMJK NO, B, A. V.
A. A. M<—The regular moot-
Inipt of this Lodge are held In
, , , the Masonic Temple on the flrat
Wednesday in each month, ftt7:30 o'clock
P. m. Sojourning brethren nre cordially
iuvlmd lo attcnd.-W. C. Coatham, Soo,
noAHD OF TRADE.   Hoard Room,
15 Oddfellows Brick Block, un-stali-s
Council moots on the flrat Wednesday
lu oach month, at 4 p. ni. Quarterly
meetings on the 22nd of Feb., May,, Aug.,
and Nov., ot 7:l» p. m. Now members
may be proposed and elected at any Quarterly meeting.-!*. Roiisoir, Seo.
ion for]
Miss Peebles
wn.i. HOLD A
BAZAAR and FANCY FAIR
Slid, 3rd mid -4th of October.
XW HEB j?3-s,-aj\JriSHS oa COXjXTj^I-BI^. ST.
The storo will bis illuminated with Chinese Lanterns and thrown open to the
public from 8:30 is. sn, till 11 p. ns. The store has been enlarged and is now 70 feet
long. An ORCHESTKONE and other valuable articles will bo sold by Dutch
Auction at the close of tlio Bazaar,
NOTE THE ADDRESS:--Colunil>li- Street, opposite tlie
Bank of Montreal. so3dwlm
P. fl. STRICKLAND & CO.
Mill, IiDiii£ and Agricultural MacMiierr
We have the Largest and Finest Stock oe
CARRIAGES, PHAETONS, HANDY MARKET & CHURCH WAGONS
IN THE MARKET. ALL OUR RIGS ARE FULLY GUARANTEED.
Itc-iiiirs of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
P. C. STRICKLAND & CO.
se.'lilsv Webster's Building, Westminstor, B. C.
A.   DesBRISAY,
Corner Columbia and Blackie Streets,
OPP. C. P. R. STATION,
iroceries d
iii
>bi,j30T-e:d
Teas, Coffees, Spices, Butter, Eggs, Cheese,
Dried Meats, Canned Goods, Fruits
and Confectionery.
JAMES D. RAE
[anccEssoit- to i>. mcpitaden]
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FIRST-CLASS .
Groceries and Provisions
ar ms'msmm9   tMimsm
Ooflbos Roasted and Ground on the Premises.   Fine Tens a Specialty.
dwiy  OOLUMBIA STREET
BRITISH MIIIM HIT MARKET,
'olimifoi.-i Street, New Westminster.
VAN   VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT  I-IIRVEVORS IN GENERAL.    FRESH AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
stSTSpcciol lines quoted for tho shipping trade.   Family orders striotly attended
to.   Hotels will find It to thoir interest to placo their orders with tho above firm,
dSSnoly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICH EN BACH,
IWCCESS0R3 TO W. tt TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Baron, Sausage, Bolognas, Etc
dnolyl
zzr7rr"-*"*3
Tlm abovo brand of Chemically Puro WHITE LEAD is mixed
and (-round to an impnlpulslo fineneus: by n new prooess invonted und
controlled by un.   Tho Lend is snow-white, works fsnsy under tho brush,
and covers a greater surface than Loads ground in tho old way.
THE WILLIAM JOHNSON CO.,
MONTBBAI.
This Leadis known
from Halifax to British Oolumbia as the
best, finest and purest in Oanada.
H
FOR Jl ALE.
rOUSE AND LOT on Halifax Htreet.
Price, "MOO.  Annly to
,e"sv2 S.O. SMITH.
WANTED.
L.l'li
P1HSTVOI.ASH  CAHPKNTISItS. - Ap-
■      ROYAL OITY   PLANING
(lsol2WI
SITUATION WANTED
BY   A   YOUNG   ENOLISHMAl    ,   .
10) on farm, cattlo or sheep rnncli*
experienced: good rnforoiicoH.   AcldrOSH
E, GUNS, P. o. Box 10, Viclorln- R. 0.
(Uoiai-1
TO LET.
A COMMODIOUS ROOM IN Till*}
Humley lllock, nnittiblo for ll-jlu.
manufactory or oflico purposes, Apply at
this offlce. ilsel2IS
Business Notice.
mHE UNDERSIGNED IH PREPARED
I to furnish plinm and BpeclfloatloiiH for
nil clauses of building** (stone and brick a
HpeclnIty). Will furnlHli all the neeosBary
drawings and superintend work tlirotiuh a
competent foreman, and will nuarniitoo
perfect work for 8 per oent. of cost, Offlco
hi-Rankof II. C. Bulldine, iinstnlni,Now
Westminster. JAMES KENNEDY,
dWHclltc Architect.
•fcTOTIO*SL
IHEREnY GIVE NOTIOE THATslxty
[Oa] diiyN iiflcrdatol Intend to make
application to the Chief Commissioner of
IinndH and Works for permission to put>
|bpo tho following tractor pnrci;] of land,
At) Island In Now WestminsterDistrict
north of Lot 101 [MoNnu's nincliol In Die
Eraser RIVer, containing five ['_] ncres,
more or less,
HENRY E. HARL0CK.
Ladner's bantling, Sopt, 12, IW,     Aim
IC. Agricultural Association Exhibition
-TO BK HELD AT-
NEW WESTMINSTER CITY,
October 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 1889.
DIVISION A.
Classes 9, 18, 27 and 30.   The prize is increased to	
DIVISION C.
cuss. OXFORD DOWNS. 1st
17 Best Kani ono year old and upss-ards  .. .$10 00
18 "      "   Lamb    5 00
10   *'   Pon of 3 Esvcs one year old and npsvavds    7 00
20 "     " of 3 l!wo Lamhs    Ts 00
SHEEP-MERINO.
21 Best Ram one year old end upss-ards  1000
22 "       "   Lismb    li 00
23 "   Pen of 3 Ewes one year old and upwards.    7 00
24 "       " of 3 Ewe Lambs    (i 00
DIVISION D.
CLASS. SUFFOLK. 1st
18 Host Boar ono year old and upwards $10 00
II)   "   Brooding Sow lis farrow at tlso meeting or that lias been
within six months    7 60
2Q   "   Pon of two Sows, of the same litter, under 12 months    5 00
21'   "   Boar under one year old    5 00
DIVISION E.
. $30 00
2nd
$5 00
3 00
r, 00
4 00
500
3 00
6 00
4 00
2nd
$5 00
4 00
3 00
3 00
ORNAMENTAL BOWLS.
1st
CLASS.
75 Best pair Pea 'Fowls $ 3 00
70   "     "   (InincaFowls ;  2 00
77 "    "   English Pheasants  100
78 "     "   Mongolian Pheasants.. .' , 100
79 "    '*   White Turkeys, not to ho entorcd for any othor prize. 2 00
Ou page 53 in Prize List, amongst Special Prizes, H. M. Cunningham ft Co.
should read 5 ontries instead of 15.
DIVISION L.
class.                                 CUT FLOWERS. 1st
58 Best 0 Roses." $ 1 00
58   "   Collection of Dahlias •  100
60 "   Bridal Bouquet  100
61 "   Wreath or Cross  1 00
02 Beet Six Ron Begonias  1 00
63   "   Water Color, Floral  2 00     $100
04   "      "        "    Landscape or Marisso  2 00        1 00
65   "      "        "    Still LUb  2 00        100
00   "      "       "    Portrait  200       100
07 "       "        "     Collection  5 00        3 00
08 "    Oil       "    Floral  2 00       100
"      "       "    Landscape or Marine  2 00       100
"       "        "     Still lifo  200        100
"       "        "     Portrait  2 00        100
"       "        "   Collection  fs 00       3 00
"   Decorative Paissting  2 00       1 OO
"   Modeling or Wood Carving     2 00        100
"   Hasid-paintcd China '.  2 00       100
"   Repousce or Ilnlnmoi'ed Brass Work  2 00        100
"   Oil Painting, Children undor 15 years  200        100
"   Crayon Lniulseapo..'  2 00        100
"      "    Portrait •  2 00       1 00
"   Collection Cabinet Photos (plain)  3 00       1 50
"          "           "          "     (colored)  3 00        150
Under Classes 47 and 49 of this Division the prizes should bo $3 and $3, not
$3, $1.50 mid $3.
cuss.                                         DIVISION N. 1st
11 Best Rich Rack Crochet $ 1 00
STOVES! STOVES!
■€»0    TO-
E. S. SCOULLAR & GO,
-FOR-
Cheap Cooking Stoves & Ranges!
DON'T FORGET THE ADDRESS:
Mr & faille MuNiv-r.
12 "   Crochet Lace     1 00
13 "   Collection Knitted Lnco    5 00
14 "   Honiton Lace    100
15 "   Point Laco     1 00
16 "   Collection Lace      4 00
17 "   DarnedNot    100
18 "   Appliquo Work    150
19 "   Croivel Work    100
20 "   Outline Work     100
21 "   Rick Rack, Sown     100
22 "   Cheney Work, linnd-nindo    100
23 "   Crazy Work .-.   100
24 "   Braiding on Wool    100
25 «       "      "   Cotton    100
26 "   Historic Picture, raised wool work    3 00
class. DIVISION P. 1st
33 Best Bunch Sown Shingles $ 2 00
34 "      "     Shaved Shingles    2 00
CLASS. DIVISION Q. 1st
4 Bost Arascino Work / Not competing for auy other 1  $ 2 00
5 "   Chenille Work 1       class in this Division.       j     2 00
Class No. 1 altered to read S3 and $2.
class. DIVISION T. 1st
7 Bost Carriago Afghan S 1 00
SPECIAL PRIZES. 1st
Geo. D. Brymner—Best Collection Bottled Fruit and Jollies $ 7 00
Kcssnody Bros—Best Collection of Grain grown in tlio Provinco by
Exhibitor, 1st prizo, $10 cash and the Daily Columbian for one
year; 2nd prize, $5 cash and tho Daily Columbian for one yoar
{Daily Columbia,,, $8)  18 00
P. Peebles—Best Bread by lady not oompetlng for other prize, ono
Dominion Wire Mattress, valuo    7 50
2nd
$   50
fli)
3 00
50
50
2 00
50
75
09
50
50
50
50
50
50
2 00
2nd
$1 00
1 00
2nd
$1 00
1 09
2nd
$   69
2nd
$3 99
13 00
X--l-_._-_l--XIO_Xl.-_-TSX.__l
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JEMIX*-!*.',
(Late of Enoi.ano;
Comer of Church und Columbia HtreuUi-
NEW WESTMINSTER.
cviSiitisriicMon gitaranlcod,    dwfe7to
ms,
MONUMENTAL
•Vsroi3K:s.
Columbia and Church Streets.
Alex. Hamilton,
PROPRIETOR.
CROSS & POINGDESTRE,
WliolcHfiloniul Ilela'l
TOBACCONISTS
CIIOIOK BRANDS OF
IMPORTED  CIGARS,'
Finest Cigarettes,
fancy Imported 1'II'KH, POUCHI'S, OI-
UAItKTTK CASES, ETC.
Choice Smoking Tobacco
Thompson's "Id Pllolo Clnllnry,
COLUMIIA STIIEET   „, NEW WESTMINSTEB.
Plants for Sale!
-AT TUB	
/-VBISEIIS TAKKN FOIt FRUIT AND
U ORNAMENTAL TRUES, Incllnlllis
all the leatllnl* varieties ol
Apples, I'ciirsi, Plums, Cherries,
 AIJIO	
HUAll. FBI IH of every description.
Unsisiucls, Ws'cnlllH nnd llrossrs snnde
to order,
ddwnpsyi p. LATHAM.
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANOKACTDItKnS OP
TIN.C0PPER&8HEET-IR0N
■WABIl.
WISHER'S HIOI-K (UP-STAIKS),
Front Strkkt,      Nkw Wkstminhtkh,
maving just opened in the
tibovn line, weroHpectfullynollclta
re af tho trade, anil trust by careful
attention to orders and moderate iiluirfien
to merit tho untile. Experienced workmen; mil Infliction -j-uaranleod.
K«tlmateNfiirnfnlied for Hal vanl noil Iron
Cornice, Koonmr, I-lumblnir, Uns-mtlng,
Steam and Hot Wnter Hontlng, Ae.
M_r Entrance to premise! on Mary St.,
in nur ot Bank of tf. c. UwmMtc
jSrOTIOB.
XTOTICE lft HEREBY-GIVEN THAT
li nil uocounls duo the undersigned
Mint are iliipald on "September liith will
be bunded to my solicitor-- for collection.
dncr-ld V. MePHADEN.
Now Westminster Boys' School
APPLICATIONS, WITH SUCH TESTI-
monlnlH us muy he available, will bo
received from malk teacher** only, unlil Thursday evening, 19th Beptcmlicr
lnstnnt, for the poNltlon of Flr.it Assistant
of the Boys'School. S'ilnry,Sfl5pcrmonlh.
Address, JOHN McKENZIE,
Seo'y Scliool Board.
New Westminster,
fiih September, 18S9.      sc'.illd
cm-
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
iD'tiiiu r'vm-ii) i
J. J. WILSON, - MANACER.
Rules, $1.00 and $1.50 per Dny,
ACCoiEDlna to noon,
SPEOIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OR MONTH.
ss*B* Tissues supplied: svlth all klnils of
ICE-CREAM. illily'mO
Farmers, Attention!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
FOR SALE
Chilliwack, B. C.
31 Fnrm Wngons.
18 Buck Hoards.
1 Spnn well matched 4-ycnr old
Blnck Horses,
3 Single Driving Horses.
0 Cows nnd Calves.
IO Head Steers.
1 Trotting Wagon.
str A Fall Uno of Cooking Stoves,
Heating Stoves, Tinsvaro, Hardsvare,
Groceries, Pry Goods, Notions, Creels-
cry tc Stossess-aro, Clothing, Hat. k Caps,
Drugs, Farm Implements, Houso Furnishings, Furniture, ami the Largest Lino
of Boot, antl Shoos abovo Westminster
and the most Complete Stook of Gcsscral
Merchandise.
COMK   AND   EXAMINE   AND HE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS.
JylWiwSns
'OR.   TO:
SAMUEL MELLARD,  ■ CHILLIWHACK.
Whom wc have appointed our sole agent for our celebrated
Stoves In that district. Mr. Mcllard will supply our Stoves at
New Westminster prices, dwno i y I
THIS SPACE BELONGS TO
H. T. READ & CO.
HARDWARE MERCHANTS.
BUGGIES 1     BUQGIES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A I All 1,0III OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring rfclaf Man
MJ IES- W51M. MS
DUPLEX, HANDY,  1SRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
.  -ggT The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.1^
il*va*sSte
TRLeidL «&} 0*u.*rrie.
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, NewWestminster.
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS & all kinds of Woolen (Ms
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
-J*"*"* The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmhjotc
ROYAL OITY
Planing Ii Company II
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MANUJ-ACTUnKltH AND DK.U.BHH IN
AH Kinds of Roogb and Dressed LnmliBr
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
J_.2S,X_   _f_.j;_Z.  2_X2<TZOB  0_f
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows,
Mouldings. Balusters.
Blinds. Brackets.
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN ANO FANCV AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
uoiodwly
Vancouver lit; Foundry & Machine Works Co.
(X.I3MITB1I3)
Engineers, Boiler Makers, and Iron and Brass Founders
HAVING (IBBATM* INCRKASED THEIB PREMI8ES AND MAHHIN-
ory, are lis n pasittos, tb ssmlortaksi tlso ciinstrinitlissi isnil repairs ol Mlllinc
mill Stationary Eiwlnea and Boilers, Milling, Mining nml Cannery
Mllt'.lilii-'ry, as wall as Castings ami' ForglllgS of every slosorlptlon.
Estimates given i nil work guaranteed.
D. CARTMEL, A. MoKBLVII,
QniiiuL Mabao-ir, ilsvjU7to Meohawoai Uamau-sb, VOLUME VJ1.-VO. 66,
DAILY BRITISH COLUMBIAN, NEW W1MTM1NBTEB, B. 0„ SEPTEMBER 14, 1689,
A DAKOTA^ EOMANCE.
<-.■ ■-,»****-**-'•'-■'"•        ' v'^j*-•**-■•.••-s *?■;■
The Story of a Curious Epitaph,
as Told by a Settler. *^"
I  How lho H'lfu «r a Dakota rioueor Learned
\       tit tlio Death ot a Former Lovev-A
l, IMscovoiy Tliat Ended In n **
[ Had Catastrophe,   -
► -■■■ ^,
■   liQcems strange to Bee a grave on the
| prairio marked by a marble Btone and carefully kopt. Hore and there one comes aerosB
1 a gravo on tho opon prairie, and tbe marks
generally employed to designato those isolated tombs consist of a pllo of stones so arranged that tbo observer knows at n glanco
Umt tlio formation is not of naturo, but that
Uio hand of man must have shaped the little
ioiio-l-overed mounds usually found noar
tho summits of grassy slopes. Between
his point, snys adlspatch from Altamout,
D. T., to tho Hb, Louis Globe, and Big Stono
Lake, northeast of here, is a carefully-kopt
gravo, marked by a Blab of marble. It is in
tho vicinity of a sheet of water which orlg-
. in nil.v bore an Indian name, but which is
f known to the BottlerB as Punished Woman's
Luke- a it interpretation of tho Indian namo
which it received because an Indian sijuaw,
, who waa lookod upon by her superstitious
I race as boing possessed of witchery, was
. burnod at tho stake on the shore of the lake
1 snrno yeat'a'agti. w
Tlio liitloniarblo Blab Btrlkcs a stranger
on b"iug out of place thero on the prairio,
, h'tili'i must striking part about it is the
ir-iciiptioiionits woather-stainod surface.
S NELLIE CAW LINS, jifj^   i
! Died of a Broken Heart, June*, 1680. !
j '■" Agofl 87 Years. '$$$& :
|   Tho secret of this strange inscription pans
| out to be a romance of tho first water.
f J,iscph Martin, tho occupant of tbe olaim
i whoi-con tho grave Ib located, purchased
tho claim from tho husband of the woman
whoso remains lio beneath that marble
slab, and entered into an agreement with
tho former owner of the claim that tho
Blab should not bo molested by bim, and the
following story is from Martin's lips: jnfctt-
" When I struck tho Territory five years
ago I looked around for a good place to lo*
> onto.  I started overland from Big Stone
City to Watortown, and when I reached thlB
poin 11 camo across a homesteader who hod
turned sod on this claim.  I found him
albnoj apparently broken down from some
caiiBO or nnother.  I told him I was looking
for ii place to locate, and ho offered me his
claim.  Ho insisted that I take It for nothing.  Ho'd been on it for two years and
wanted to go back Kast.  Ho was a Virgin-
| inn, nnd wanted to roturn to thcOldDomin-
I lnu,  I finally agreed to tako tho claim, pro-
! viiling he'd accept a small amount in return.   Ho took mo out to that gravo on yon*
, dor rise and told mo his secret. -.■*■•■."
"InlSTO ho married a Virginia girl born
nonr Roanoke.   The wedding took place
in, i'iiiladolphla during tho centennial, and
Ui'.- ;-i miner was spent in sight-seeing and
u ulinwant honeymoon.  Sho wns tho daughter uC a South Carolinian, who, subsequent
to llio war, located iiu Maryland poorer by
fm- i hau he was boforo tho stars and
»i.i-:pi<a woro fired on at ForCSumter.  Hor
insililen namo wus Nellie T. Pell, and the
detail uf her father tho year following her
innn-lnga wiped out the entire lot of hor kin*
ship. *-'•'" ■    ■•**«..'       •■-t* ■ ~-
"Cowlins and his bride came to the North-
we-sL nud located hore. While plowing ono
spring ho turnea up some human bones.
Ko particular attention was paid to them,
as ho thought thoy woro probably the
bones of somo Indian, but with ■ I uo reverence for humanity, Cowlins picked upUm
bones from tho furrow and roiulcrred them
below tho plowsharo's searching point. In
removing tho bones ho noticed a fiiigrr-
■ ring which had evidently boon worn by Uio
' poruon .whose boncB ho hnd discovon-d.
After cleaning tho dirt from tho ring ho
noticed murks and letters thereon. The
ring was slipped on ono of hie fingers, and
ho resumed his plowing. At tho dinner
table his wifo noticed tho ring, mid ho
handed it to hor for examination. Sho look
it, and in an instant turned deadly pale and fainted. When sho bo-
enmo conscious sho inquired, whoro ho
had got tbe pieco of jewelry, nud
ho related tho circumstances counoeiml
with Its discovery. Bho gave way ngalu
and on recovering sho explained tho cause
of hor illness. Thoringwnsono pres nted
by her to another suitor, n young college
student to whom sho had been botroLbod,
Tho symbols of a secret socioty to which lio
belonged wore on tho exterior of llio ring,
and 'N.T. P.,' her initiuls, to 'J. M. H.-' Llie
initials of his namo, John M. tihufcr, wore
ontho Insido, engraved thero by her order
when sho purchased It for a Christmas
present for him.
"t'uwlins argued with her that probably
thu ring hnd passed into tho bauds of m.iiic
ono else, but she belioved otherwise,
siiaforhad gono to tho Northwest and had
never been heard from, and tho bones un-
onrtltodby Cawlins wore, lu hor opinion,
undoubtedly his, Hoi* old lovo for bor first
suitor returned. She becamo ill through
constantly having her mind on tho ring
mutter, and her death followed. Sho had
requested before ber doath that hor remains bo Interred at tho spot whero tlio
Hug wus found, and that her gravo be
nunkodby astono bearing tho words you'vo
roud. ... >,
"After Cawlins went East," Bald Martin
'lie sont that slab, and I placed it on tho
grave. I don't know what became of bim,
ii' whether ho is alive yot, but tho way In
which ho brooded ovor this affair led mo to
Ihm.'vo Unit it wouldn't bo many yoars boforo ho'd need a gravestone, and ono with
nn Inscription similar, to that ono out
thero." "w       &&£■_
GOULD'S parsimony;
Ho Is n Good Deal H*-« Ur. llarhls lu
Point of "Noarnoin."
So fur as Mr, Gould is concerned, says a
New York letter ln the Philadelphia Press,
It la welt known in Wall street that ho Is
parsimonious to a dogroo that is almost
amusing and that his family is now and
always has beon in sympathy with him. He
has seldom been known to assist anybody in
tho Btreet, except where tho people whom
he assisted wore of practical and immediate service to hlm. Ia fut, tho only case
wiiercin ho was known to have givon a
friend or acquaintance a tip on tho market
was In tbe oue of a well-known man here
who retired from the theatrical business a year or so ago, and whom ho put
into Union Pacifio just before that stock
turned ln price and began to move very
rapidly upward. It is understood that tho
theatrical man ln question mado something like ono hundred and fifty thousand
dollut's out of tho turn in the market. Tho
wuttersaown ln Doimonlco't would probably doubt the truth of the story. Ur,
Gould used to lunch constantly at tho
Broudstrcet place, and he was nover
known to tip a waiter ln his life. When ho
cumo in with Charlie Osborne, and Osborne
paid for tho luncheon, the fortunate waiter
recoived ono dollar or so, but when Gould
camo lu alone thore wu a skirmishing
among the waiters u to who would bo
fortunate onough to get out of the way,
Gould wont down Into Texas a number of
years ago with a party of railroad men on a
tour of inspooUon, nnd at some station along
tho road the party got off and aome ono
blow in a round of drinks. Gould doesn't
drink-a characteristic whioh Is shared by
a number of othor millionaires—but somehow or otber he seemed to have felt it Incumbent on him to return the oourtosy
thus offored and Invited the party to smoke.
Tho cigars were passed around and a dozon
or so of them were taken out. Mr. Gould
asked tbe barkeeper how much 1)0 owod
him nnd the bar-keeper returned tha information that the cigars were twonty-fivo
oontseach.
"Isn't that a pretty high price," re*
mm ked Mr, Gould, in his slow, mild way.
"Perhaps," returned tbe bar-keeper |
"but thoa yon know wo'ro not down boro
forour health."
Mr. Gould paid the bill for tho cigars and
snid no more. Perhaps thero wu nothing
more to Bay,    ,, A
Cleanse
the System
 *     with that most reliable
medicine— Palne's ceierj
Compound. It purifies the
blood, cures constipation,
and regulates the liver and
kldne-*n,efrectuallr clean*"*
log I ho system of all waste
and dead matter.
Paine's
Celery Compound
somblncs true nerve tonic and strengthening
qualities, reviving tho energies and Bplrlts,
" I have been troubled for somo years with q
complication of dimcultfes. After trying various remedies, and not Uncling relief, i tried
Palno'B Celery Compound. Before tutting one
(all bottlo the long troublesome symptoms be*
— to BUbstde, and I can truly say now, that I
. like a new man.  Digestion bas Improved,
ed I have gained ten pounds ln weight Blnce Jj
vo commenced taking tho Compound."
H0NE8TUB STEABN8, FolchvlllO, Vt.
fl.oo. Bbt for$s.oo. AtDruggista.
Wells, riceabdson & Co.,       Mohtbial,
ANY ONE
CAN DYE
S Dress, or a Coat, 1 Hny Colot
Ribbons, Feathers, >     FOr
yarns, Sags, etc,  I ten cents
snd in many other ways BAVE Horsey, and snake
Mm* look Ilk. .HEW, by mine DIAMOND
DYES. The work I. easy, simple, quick! Ih.
solors ihe BEST and FASTEST known. Ask [os
DIAMOND DYES .nd lake oo othor.
lor Gliding or Broosins- Fancy Articles USB
DIAMOND PAINTS.
Hold, Silver, Bronw, Copper. jPoly jg Cents,
A COOK BOOK
FREE
By mall to any lady Banding us
her post offloe address.
vVolla, Rlohordson & Co., Hntm)
W. C. LOYE,
Repairing Neatly Done.  Cork Sole
Work a Specialty.
•"•"Orders promptly attended to,
Clarkion St., In rear of Colonial Ho-
toi, next to Itand Bros,'offlco.  dnolto
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
CARTER'S
Temple of Music I
Is tho Placo to Buy Flrst-Cliiss
PIANOS *™ ORGANS
At suuls Frlccs uml Terms ih will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
Por prices nml terms, ispply lo CAR-
TUB'S TEMPLIS OF MUSIC.
Vancouver, II. C.
230 Hiullnits St. Wesl. ilnpllilc
IRtKOVED FROM SsUHIOH IO VlOTORlAl
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,
ilsnli80ra0 VIOTORIA, B. 0.
I
«5u)
330.33a CORDOVA STRKKT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers and Dealers In
MACHINERY
OF ALL DE80BITION**,
MARINE W0RK~A SPECIALTY.
dwdeaoto
Lund Kcglslry Ordinance, 1870
Tho S. B. £ of Section 18 nnd tho N. 13.
£ of Seotion 7, Township 8, Now Westminster District, and part (1 aero) of
Lot.No. 0, Block XII, Now Westmin
Htcr Snbnibo.
WHEIWAR THE CERTIFICATES OF
Title of CiiaiujKs McDonough to
llio nhovo mentioned heridituments have
been lost or destroyed, and whereas tippt I-
entlon hus been mndo to mo for the hsn-
nnco of duplicate of Certificates of Title in
tboNtendof thoso ho lost or destroyed;
Notico Is hereby given that such duplicate Certificates will bo Issued at the expiration of one mouth from dnte, unless
in the mount)mo valid objection to tho
contrary bo mode to nio In writing.
T. 0. TOWNLEY,
Dlstrlot Registrar.
Land Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, 24th August, 1880,
dauHml
2/TOTXaEL
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we hnvo npplied to tbe Hon. Minister
of tho Interior for license to cut timber
on tho following lnnds;
Commencing at tbo north-east cornor of
Lot 88(1, Group 1, Now Westminster Dlslrlct; thonce duo norlh to the south llneof
tho Moodyvllle Company's limit; theneo
east along the south boundary of snld
limits tn the westerly boundary of Section
1st, Township 80; thenco south along tho
said westerly boundnry to the south-wi'st
corner of Section 1;1; thenco east along tlie
south boundary of said seotion to the
westerly bank of the Coquitlnm river*
thonce southerly nnd following tbo snid
westerly hank to tbo northorly boundary
of Irt •$**, tiroun i; Hieiice woHterly along
the Hid northerly Imundnry to tho north-
west oornor of said lot; tiienoo duo went to
Ihe easterly houndnry of Irt. mi; thence
north along snld boundary to plnco of
beginning; containing In nlHSOncres.
Also-Clalm No, 2, ('omiiienclngnttbo
north-west corner of ("lave Lako; ihenco
west 80 chains; Iboncn south 80 ohnlns;
thonce oust -il) chnlns, to tbe shore of the
Inke; thonco following the shoro to place
of commencement-about 480 acres, moro
or less.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
[Limited |.
John Hkmdiiv, Manager.
Now Westminster, Aug. 2\, 1680.
dnuWmt
Mwntm
■\TOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll 80 days nfier date I Intend applying
tothe Chief Commissioner of Lands und
Works for permission to lenso the following desoribed lnnds:
1. Commencing nt n post on Vnldor, Island, on the nortii side of tho unsurveyed
channot, running tbence north 40 chains;
west SO chnlns, to corner of Leniny &
Kylo's timber claim; thenco west along
thoir line 00 chains: f out h 80 chnlns. la
shore; theneo following shore to point of
commencement.
2. Commencing nta post on Voider. Island, on tho soutli side of tho tinsnrvoyed
channel, opposite a channel known ns
Hole In (bo Wnll, running thonco south
TO chnlns; west 20 chains; south 20 chuUm;
wost 100 chains; north 80 ehalns, to shoro;
thence along (ho slioro to point of commencement.
It. Commencing nt n post 40Chains enst
of Indian Reserve on Itiunsay Arm; Ihmien
■south (iO-'hnln-i; oust 80ohnlns; north 20
chnlns; cnst80elmlns; north lOchalns;
enst 100 chains; north fio chnlns; wost 100
chnlns; south 10 chnlns; wont 80chains;
south 90 ohnln*«; west 80 chains; south GO
chnlns, to pluce of commencement,
4, Commencing nt post 15 ohnlns from
south-west corner of post of tho Mnmiv-
vllle Saw .Mill Co.'s limits, nt, Ibe hend of
Mnlasplnn Inlet; thmmn south 20 chnlns;
west 40 chains; south 40 chnlns; east Hi)
eh'ns; north 40chalns;enitT(tchalnn; north
00elininn; wostO'iehiilus; south 40chnlns;
westRS chains, to place of commencement, HENRY V. EDMONDS.
Now Westminster, inth Aug., 1880,
dauSUnl
RoseHill Dairy Farm
FRESHMILK
Delivered Dally to Customers In all porta
of the City,
Hotels and Restaurants supplied nt Special Rates by the year.
FRESH ECCS
Delivered nt Marti ct Rates,
Ordors left at M.  BiNOLAih's will bo
promptly ntteuded lo.
WKAVKH &> tVOODWARD,
djctayl Proprietors.
Canadian Paoific Railway,
PACIFIC DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION,
QWNERS AND MASTERS OF VES-
selsiind other Crnfi. navigating (lie
c riiser Rlvor nro cautioned m hfcnwitlilii
tho I'novK painted Rwl m»l Whit'*, ro*
spt>i-iivefv,:ii lho Mlsal'-nBridgo,nsdnr-
iiiyUi.-cinistriii-tii.il ot tho Uriiigc. nnvl*
gallon between the hunks nf the Itiver
nnd tlm Hno.vM Is diingeroiiH, owing in piles
belr.j-dilvni there,
H, ABBOTT,
Ocnenti Suporlnlendonl-.
Vancouvnr, ft. C, 7th Slay, 18K0.   dmyfilc
■jsroTJOS.
VTOTICE IR HKItKllY GIVI3N THAT
ll no dnys from date we Intend to apply
to tho Chief Commissioner of Lnnd-, tuul
Works for pcrmlSHlnn lo louKr.ft-r tltntiering purposes, the follnwing deserlhed
hinds sltnntrd In Now Westminster District!
Commencing nt n squarnl post, set mi
tho enst side of n creek, nbout one mile
from lis inmilii, situated ii'irtli-wcsterly
from Woolrldgo Island, Howe Sound;
thence north 40 chs., west. 10 chs., north
40 chs., wost 10 ohs., north 150 chs., west JJO
chs,, north .10 chs,, wesl 20 Chs., north 00
chs., west 00 ohs., south 80 ehs., east 50
cbs., south 120 chs., enst 20 cbs., south 80
chs,.enst20chs,,south 20chs., east20ohs.,
soutli 20ebs„ east 20 chs., to place of commencement-containing IfiCO acres, more
or less.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
'Limited].
John Hendi-y, Manager.
New Westminster, Sent. 5tb, 1889,
dseOml
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Is tho pnrtncrshlp heretofore subsisting between the undersigned under tho
Aril* name of Comerford & McDougall,
Merchant Tailors, hns been dissolved this
day hy mutual consenl. All accounts
owing iho into Arm nre to bo paid lo .1. A.
Mt'DmigJill, unit all claims ngulnst the
suid lirm will be settled by blm.
'f. COMERFORD,
J,  A, MCDOUGALL,
New West., Ang. 31,1880.
Mr. J. A. McDougall
WILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS
under his own name, nt the samo
store, on Columbia street, noxt lo F.
Crake's, A eouliiiiiunco of the public
pntronngo Is respectfully solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. dwseStc
Look! Look!
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
Wo nre nownblo to offer tho Largest and
Fi nost Stock of
ImportedTweeds
Worsteds,   Beavers,   Meltons, Fancy Striped Pant-
ings, Overcoatings, &c.
JUST Alt HIVED.
The on ly way to form any any Idea of tho
qmtntlly und quality of ihese Goods
is tn call und look, whether you
want unything or not.   Como
and bosutltillcd,
BEGGS~&KEARD.
Leading Merchant  Tailors,
1 Door West ot Dickinson's Bittclicr Shop,
slmlsl-'l        88 COLUMBIA STREET.
. MURDERED! .
| (AbosstSP. M„ Sepi, lfl C3
B HIGH PRICES IN BOOTS AND 2
b„ SHOES. §
!   ROBBED   |
■■OF ALL CULTAS STOOK INS
jj BOOTS  k SHOES. *
BDRIED
BALL   REGARD   FOR   HIGHS
A PRICES. £
WANTED
B
I
H 1000 MEN, WOMEN k CHIL-;
- DP.EN, |
■SjTo Buy Boots that R Boots ^
_  AT  •"
eA. B. WINTEWUTE'Sl
SIGN OF THE BUFFALO,
dwsolSto Cor.UMiiTA Strkkt.
Auction Sale!
I will soil hy public auction,on the
AGRICULTURAL GROUNDS,
Chilllwhack,
Somo Thoroughbred Holslelns, Cows nnd
Calves, Now Milch Cows, Work Oxen,
Hoof Cattle, two-year-old Dairy Hel/ors,
One pair of Blnckhnwk fanr-ycnr-old
Colls (buggy team), besides other horses
(broken) nnd colts (unbroken).
—j^-x. SO-
NEW TOP BUGGY
TWO*SEATEh CARKiLF,
Two-Wheeled Curt (new), Second-hand
lhigg.v, Five ltuckbnimls, Four Bain
Wagons, nnd lots of other articles, loo
numerous to mention,
A. M.NELSON,
dwselotd Auctioneer.
British Columbia
The Annual Exhiblliuii of the
British Columbia Agrictilt'l Association
Will lio Held ill lho NEW EXHIBITION  BtrilsDINCI,
Queen's Park
In llio (Illy ol
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
and FRIDAY,
OCTOBER 2ND, 3RD &4TH,'89.
$7000 - $7000
1ST  P^IZXIS
For Exhibition   and   Sports.
In connection with tbls Exhibition will
bo tbe opening of Queen's Park and an
extensive programme of SPORTS and
GAMES, PROCESSIONS, FIRE-WOHKH,
4o„ under direction of the Citizens' Corn-
mil tee.
All entries for the Exhibition must be
mndo with tho Secrolary before noon on
TUESDAY, October Ist.
All Stock nnd other exhibits from south
of tbo river will bo carried across on the
steam ferry, ntUR of ciiAitriK.anddrnys
will be found at rallwny stations and
wharves to convey exhibits, kiikk, Io the
Grounds.
Special Uftluecd Kates will be given on
all railways and steamers to porsons am)
exhibits coming to the Exhibition.
As It Is expected the attendance at this
Exhibition will be very largo, the Direct
tors hopo to seo an exhibition worthy of
tho resources of tbo provlnoe.
Further Information maybo had from
tbo prize lists [whleh will be sent freo on
application), or from the secretary,
T.R. PEARSON,
SECRETARY.
New Westminstek, Aug. 28,1880.
dwalijUml
G-R^uirr)
New Westminster, B. C.
Hiring Prorimiil A-rir«ltaral Exhibition,.
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
and FRIDAY,
OCT, 2nd, 3rd any tli,'89
$7,000
IN PRIZES!
FOR SPORTS AND EXHIBITION.
SSWTH TO CONSIST OK
Horse Racing, Yacht Racing,
Boat and Canoo Hacinff,
Athletic Sports,
Lacrosse, Banc-ball, Foot-ball,
noso Reel Contest, and
Rifle Matches.
IIXISIIII  TIIK AUSPICES OF TSSE
fakdaaiu til 81 Mro'i Wy,
GRAND TRADES AND SOCIETIES
PROCESSION
—ON—
Thursday Morning, Oot. 3rd,
Representing the Client Industries
of our Country,
Grand Ball I
—ON	
Wednesday Evening, Oet. 2nd,
ra-LKRItATION TO KNII WITH
IMMENSE
Torchlight Procession!
UN F1IASKR RIVER, ANIl GRAND
DISPLAY OP
FIRE-WORKS
Oss t'rlslny EvssssIiib, Oet. ttb.
Excursion Rales from all points.
•srKorfnll llslorninllon mul Prise I>istK
sua smnll Iillis,
W. tt TOWNSEND,
Misyor.
3. B. O. FRASER, Treasurer.
8. T. MACKINTOSH,   ,
•timd Swt.Hr*.
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOUOALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
«sr Hatisliictlon guiirasstepil.      ttapllltc
W, BREDEMEYER, DR. PH,
{Late Partner of John McVicker)
MINING ENGINEER, U.S. A PROVINCIAL SURVEYOR. A ABB AYER.
MA80NKJ Temple Blook, Vancocvkh-
HrXCol.
j-fsB*Reliable reports, underground surveys and maps of mines executed at low
rules.  Assays made on allklndsof minerals, gold and silver bars. Thirty years'
experience  In mining In Asia, Europo
and United Btates of  America.  Bpeaks
ten languages.  Assays trom a distanco
promptly attended to.    Address Vancouver, R. C. Udol7tc
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS 1IERK11Y GIVEN THAT
sixty days after dato we intend to
npply to ihe chief Commissioner or Lands
nml Works for leiivn to piirclmse the following lands, situate In tbe District of
New Westminster, -mil dewm-lb d fin follows: Luis one hundrt-d mul thirty-one
[Kill, -'.I-1 hundred nnd Uilrtv-llvti llfiff|,
one lm ml red and Ihlriy-Klx [l;tllj,onolittii*
nreil ami ihlrty-clght [i:.;8|, and ono hundred and foity-niio [Ml], in rirniipUncof
snld District, containing eight hundn-il
acres, ukmo or less.
Dnted loth Bopteifibor, insit,
ANDREW LEAMY.
dsclo-2m J,H.tilLLKHPIE.
OF LONDON, ENGUND, ARE
NOW INSURING
FRAME BUILDINGS USED
AS RESIDENCES
At 1-2 per oent. per Annum
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
seSdlm Agent.
EXHIBITION BUILDING
Must mako It known tothe Secretary
At an Early Date.
T. R. PEARSON,
dwnnZOml B'StOXtS.-V.A.'S.'V.
A By-law to raise by loan the sum of
$1,111,000.00 far the purpose of giving
a bonus to the Kew Westminster Southern Hallway Company and to grant
to the said Company certain lands
and privileges.
WHEREAS, It Is expedient to secure
tho construction and operation of
the line of railway nnd other works
mentioned in the Act of the Legislative Assembly of tho Province
of British Columbia incorporating
tho New Westminster Southern Railway
Co. and the aot amending the said aot of
incorporation, In tho manner provided for
bv certain articles of ngreoment bearing
dnte the tenth day of September, ono
thousand eight hundred and nighty-nine,
executed by the Mayor nud Clerk of the
city of New Westminstor (but so as not'
to be binding unless and until this by-law
shall como Into force) nud now deposited
with the said olerk.
And wiii'itKA.s, for tho purpose of rnis-
iiigthe-iiildsiimof S15-i.Mii.00, it. Is necessary to Issue debentures for that amount;
And whkuejW, the total amount required to bc raised annually by special
rato for paying tbo said debentures nnd
intorest thereon, as hereinafter provided,
Is $lQ,&-*0.00!
And whkrkas, tbe nmount of the whole
rateable property of tho said city aooording to the Inst revised assessment roll Is
•?2,fH0,2*I5.00;
And whkrkas, tho total amount of tlio
existing debtor the snld City is 82113,000,00.
TitKitKt'ORR, tho Mayor nnd Aldermen
of the city of New Westminster In council
assembled enact ns follows:
1, It shall he lawful for tho Mayor of the
city of New Westminster lo raise byway
of loan from nny person or persons, body
or boilios corporate, who may be willing
tondvanco tho snrno upon tne credit of
the dobontures hereinafter mentioned, iho
sum of $l<i5,000.00, nnd cause the same to
lie paid into the bunds of the Treasurer of
tho said city for tho purpose heroin beforo
recited,
2, Itshall bo lawful for tho said Mayor
to cnusc any number of dobontures to be
made each for such sum of monoy not less
than fT-00.00, or an equivalent expressed in
pounds sterling of tho United Kingdom of
(lieut Britain nnd Irelnnd nt n value of
SI.Sfjt.-ii to the pound sterling, ns mny bo
required, nud all sueh debentures shall bo
sealed wlih the senl of the corporation of
thooltynf NewWestminster nnd signed
by tlie Mnyor nnd countersigned by the
Treasurer thereof.
.!, The said debentures shall lie mndo
paynbleln fifty yoars from tho day here-
{natter mentioned for this by-law to tnke
effect at such agency of the Bank of British Columbia in Canada or In London,
England, ns the council of tbe corporation of the snld city mny direct.
4. Tiio said debentures Bhall hnve coupons attached for the payment of interest
at the rate of flvo per centum per annum
on the amount of said debentures.
ii. For the purpose of forming a sinking
fund for the payment of the dobt hereby
created and the interest thereon ns nnd
when the same shall become due a special rate of four mills and one-third of
one mill In tho dollar shall he raised and
levied In eacb year upon nil the rateable
property In tho said city of Now West ir. luster In addition to all other rates.
ll. The sum of 8150,000.00 shall bo applied
an iihonus to tho Now Wesl mlnsierSouthern Hallway Company, and shall be payable to thesaid Company atthe liinesllm-
Itod by the snid ln part recited articles of
agreement for tho payment thereof by tho
unld Company, nnd so mueh of lhe sum
of fJ.J.UOO.OO as mny bo requisite shall be
t,l   <T. J .Wl -.W    *.*■    I..MJ     rrv    s,'|,„^,ss     n.1,,1.     \r_
applied and bo payable ns therein provided, and the residue, if any, shnll be applied to such purposes of the municipal*
ft v as the council may direct.
7, Kshntl be lawful for tbe Mayor and
Clfk of iho corporation oftho ell v of New
Westuiinsterto make und ontor Into for
and In the namo of and on behalf of tho
said corporation nil deeds contnining all
such covenants,agreement*, provlsosund
ci-.-.'fltlons ns maybe expedient for tho
i arrylng out of tho aforesaid In part recited articles of agreement., Hindi deeds
being first approved of by tlio council of
tbo snid corporation.
8. All property of the snld Company
which It mny bc possessed of at nny time
shall bo and Is hereby exempted from
taxation by Iho corporation of the city of
Now Wostminsterdiiring tho construction
of tbe llne of railway and other works of
tho Company, nud ior twenty-five years
from the completion thereof,
0. The ferry sorvico by-law, 1888, nnd the
workshops1 bonus by-law, 1888, nre hereby
repealed,
10. So much of any otber by-law or bylaws of tbo corporation of the city of New
Westminster ns mny be at vnilancu or Inconsistent with this by-law Is hereby repealed.
11. This by-law shall, beforo the final
passnge thereof, receive the assent of the
oleotom of the corporation In tho manner
led by the New Wostmlnster Aet of
lttHH, and amending Aots.
12. This by-Inw shnll come Into force on
the 33th day of October, 198t>.
ID, This by-law may bo cited na tho
Rnllway Bonus lly-ljnw, 1880.
By-law read a tlrst timo on the second
ny of September, 1880,
By-law rend a seoond time on tho 101 li
day of September, 1889.
NOTICE.
fpAKE NOTICK THAT THE ABOVE IS
.1 tt truo copy of the proposed By-law
which will be taken Into consideration
by the Municipal Council of the city of
NewWestminster aftor one month from
tho flrst publication thereof In the British Com*muian newspaper, which first
Subllcallon (nok plnco ou tbo Hth dny of
Apt-amber- I8fl0, nud that a vote of the
electors of tho city will be taken on unld
proposed By-low on the 141 h day at Of-
tntwr. INK*", between the hours or ll o'clock
a. m. and A o'clock p. m., at tbo following
places, namely: In Ward No. I. at ttie
residence of ft. Calbick, Dublin street, In
snld Ward; In Ward No. 2, at tbe office of
the late Dominion Sawmill CO., Hlehnrd
(drcei. In snld Ward; In Ward No, it, at tho
Clt* Hall, fn snld Ward; In Wurd No. 4, at
St, Louis College, Blackwood streot, In
said Wurd.
D, ROBSON,
dieUtd City Clerk,
W. R. AUSTIN'S
lay&FMparM
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
Act     Ae„     Ae.
LEAVE ORDERS  AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
______-_- _ duiyi'ilii:
J. W. WINGER
nicAi.i'i: in
Hard andSoft Wood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notice nnd at Reasonable Teims.
SUM JUAN LIME
Always in .Slock.
Ordors left at lho O. P. N. Wharf will he
promptly delivered. dmh29to
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
Fisli a Qame Dealer!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
star Highest Price paid for Fan nnd
Deer Hides.
Correspossdessce lavlled. sjaVTeleplstsne
Call No. 8. dJEsHto
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot of Douglas Street, Near
Columbia Street.
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
FRESH   BREAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc.
Hotel nnd Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders  promptly attended to and
delivered to nny partof tho oity,  dmh28y
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO OET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST 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,
PP 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, lo get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwto 81  Col-a-J-aTsla Street.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUITDBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
S-UISS   I2T
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Cosutantly on Hftnd en Extensive Stook of
Dry Ooods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, <&c.
as sis'-a   <sb   bo-ts-   buits.
Qreat Virlety o! Household Artioles.   Alio,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME and   GENERAT, STORES.
M. B.—Farm Produce bought at market rates or .old ou comstsissk u. *n.Orde»
Irom tb. Interior promptly attended ta dwjsssto
BRACKMAN &KER,
MANUFACTUHEHS  OK
OATMEAL
Ry the Latent Improved Process.
^ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILLS al Nortb Sisiissls Is.
TIME    CARD.
o. f. nr. oo.
The Fine Flrat-Clas*)
Str. William Irving
Will Leavo tho O. P. N. Co.'s Wliiirl,
jo-V am-st
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK ANO WAV PORTS.
Returning Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When siJllleieiit,  Inducement  oiler.-; sho
will proceed to HOPE andonaucli
occasions will leave her wharf
at la, m.
Connecting with theC. P.N. Co, ■« Stenmer
for Viclorln.
JOHN IRVING, Man-igor,
T. L. BRIQOS, Agent,
New Westminster.        dupsic
Time Table.
.J^fjJ, THE STEAMER
sSlshOBEBT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER every Mondny morning nt 7 o'clock for Nnnni*
mo, via Vnncouvor, returning Tuesday,
vln Vancouvor.
Loaves Westminster overy Wednesday
at7 a. m. for Nannlmo direct, connecting
with Island railwny and Comox stenmer.
Lenven Nnnnimo for Vancouver on
Thursdays nud Fridays und returns same
dnys,
I.oavt-s Nnnnimo on Snturdny at 7 it. m.
for WesimliiHter direct.
For freight or passage apply on board,
or to T. U Bniaos, C. P. N. wharf,     die
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
■ss'urlj lip-KwIlo tins Colonial Hotol,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LAltQEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all description, of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam,
ilics, Restaurants, and Steamboat, 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 POULTRY, *r.
Rice Meal,
FOROA1TLEFEER
stubas-ml
CASTOR IA
for Infanta and Children.
"C-lorlssl.KmIlssdt-sMto.-||-4l-nt-sat I CWtatt* e-ra Oollo, O-rjHntl-ss,
iu bo. mm m. tmmp. *. x.
Tm. C-omsta Oosspiisr, *7 Murrny Street, N. T.
CITY BREWERY!
Ale [Ale!
Tho Very Best ln the City Is Brewed by
JOHN W. ANDRZEJEWSKI
At the City Brewery, Agnes Street.
Orders left nt Dickinson's Butcher Shop
shall have prompt attention. Give us a
trlul and Judge for yourselves.
New West, July 18,1889.
djlyiatc
Feed, Livery i Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
PEOPRIHTOE.
GOOD DRIVING 4 RIDING HORSES
for Hire. Hacks cull at all Steamers
nud Trains. Special attention given to
Boarding Hones,
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
thers A Milllgan,Commission Merchants,
Front Street. New West. dse21tc
Nortii British & Mercantile
FIBE
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED I80D.
Capital,    •   115,000,000.00
Subscribes! Cnnitall, ns nt 31st Dec, 1BSS,
Jll!,rj»,«m. Flro Fund anil Reserve, J0,-
212,720.  Net Premiums, 1888, $;>,»l!>,«;».
OF  LONDON.
Capital,    •    $0,133,000.00
RATES   AS   LOW   AS   ANY  OTHER
COMPANIES DOING BUSINESS
IN 1IRITISH COLUMBIA.
T. Or. T^QTTES
Agent (or New Westminster Oity
aod Distriot.
To Sao Francisco, bl.,
BY WAY OF THB
THE HT. SHASTA ROUTE.
OUICKERIN TIME WIAN ANY OTHER
ROUTE BETWEEN
GH*KD SCeWC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET 8LEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Aooonssssmlntton of Hccond-Clissa Passengers, nltuclicil lo Express Trains.
Faro from Porllansl lo Sacramento anil
Snn Francisco— Unlimited, ,2f»; First-
class (Limited), ,21); Second-class (Limited), SID.
THROUGH TICKETS to all polnta Sossll.
mid Ensl. via California.
TICKET OFFICES:
Citv Of Pica, No. 181 Cor. Flnt A Aide
Streets;
Dupot Oprioa, Cor. F A Front Street.;
Portland, Oregon.
R.KOEBLER,      E. P. ltoOERS,
Manner.       Aa«t,a.r. siP.A'f'
NM Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ART! NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SMILE RIBS
At Speoial Low Rites.
Draying d All M of hri|
Done at Shortest Notice,
Dry Cordwoe-d delivered to any port of
the City.
Orders by Telephone will r -cetve prompt
attention,
no-Stables nearly opposl a C,P.R.Depot, Columbia St., Ne*K WeBtmlnster.
djalltc      QILLEY BROS, mops,
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Land i Invostmeni Ageacy
(Z^XAEXT-H-r.)
THOMAS ALLSOP, 1
HENRY 8. MASON, } 1
"    ~ """ AND, J
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
HEAD OFFICI l
IS Serjeant-s Inn,. Feci Street,
LONDON, ENU.
The Business of ALLSOP
been merged fn the above
will bo can-led on by the!
this date as a general Lar
nnd Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on M<
Rates. Town Lots a.id Pi
for Sale on easy terms.
Victorin, B.C., May lllth,   «7.  dwJIyS
; MASON hai
rompany and
om puny from
j Investment
rtgngenlsLow
rmlng Lands
TO SMOKERS.
IP YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAK, ASK FOI THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
^MAINLAND.
UTThoy are not only made of the
Choicest TolWCCO but thev are of
Home Manufacture, and ahould be
patronized by aU good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HOLBROOK BUILDINO,
OOLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMIWTie.
dwl7noly
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Now Ooods (.'lobe House
The Globe house advertises new
goodi* arriving daily.
Tht) police oourt showed a blank
sheet to-day—-a rather unusual thing
of late.
Wanted-— two apprentices for tho
dressmaking department; apply at tho
Bon Marehe. 3t*
The services of three young ladies
required during exhibition week.
Apply to Miss Peebles. 3*
Wi Ikur &. Co. have Sapperton Lots
near Now Hospital and Ross-Mac-
laron Milla at old prices. *
Tho subject at St. Paulo It. E.
church: Morning, "A wheel within a
wheel;" ovening, "Lifo."
Don't forgot T. J. Trapp's auction
salo of a good Baddlo horso at 7:30, at
the Colonial Hotel, to-night.
Tho str. Rithot left for Victoria this
aftornoon with 35 passengers, and 150
tone freight and farm produce.
Tiio juniors cricket match at Hastings to-day resulted in a victory for
tha Vancouver boys, by a scoro of 61
to 54.
Tho Columbia street ilium., including
all improvements, was decently interred to-day to the satisfaction of everybody.
Richards, Haywood it Mackintosh
have 5 novo Bruwusvillo lota at §20 an
aero; half cash, bnlanco in G months,
without interest. solOinl
A party of fifty Indiana arrived
down from Harrison river and Chilliwhack to-day to work for tho caimcty-
mon durinp the cohoo run,
A song service will beheld nt the
Y. M. C. A., to-night, at 8 o'clock,
conducted by Mr. John Alathereoii.
Subject: "On what foundation have
you builded."
Tho steamer Vancouver Bailed yesterday from Montreal for Liverpool
with a full complement of passengers.
Among them were three of tho **ov-
ernor-gcncral'a sons.
Tho fine Danish barque Doris Bro-
dursen, 647 tons rcg., Capt. Niolson,
cleared from Victoria for London
direct, with a full cargo of S7,9!)8 cases
of salmon. Messrs. Robert Ward it
©o. ire-ro tho shippers.
Tho str. Irving brought up 5,000
oiecs of salmon last night from tiio
Sun Island Cannery for transhipment
to Victoria. Sho left for up rivor
ports this afternoon with a lull load of
freight aud a large of number passengers.
A. M. Nelson, auctioneer, will soil
ti night, at tbo Colonial Hotel, valuable property at Port Kells, Port
Moody, and Ladijer'a Landing. This
is a splendid opportunity for making
good investments. In a few yeara
property at till these locations will,
inevitably, be considerable higher than
it is at present.
The chief of police was out hunting
this morning and was noted stalking
his game in great shupo in the upper
avenues ol the burg. ' His favorite
game is tiio license, and if ho cau bag
a couple of Mieso shy retiring birds he
ia surirmuoly happy. Ho reports
lloenses very strung on the winy and a
littlo wild, the preserve having been
shot over pretty much lately.
It has been decided tn light tho ox-
hibition building with gas, and the gas
ebmpiiuy will ciimnionco next week to
biy a main with llm end in view, A
very Urge number ot men will be employed, as it will bo necessary to niBli
the work. Tho advantage ol gas over
coal oil for lighting buoIi a building,
both in point of safety and general
litiltty, will bo easily perceived.
The unreliable Church street journal
tays tm inquest was held ou the body
nf John MoMftrtin, who died at St.
, Mary's Hospital a few dnys ago, and
that a vordict of "uceidunt-1 death"
wns returned, No inquest wns held,
and had there beuu tho verdict irould
hi-'o b'.'eu somewhat difft-ront. The
body war buried at tho expense of
th*. hospital, and no frauds woro
present.
The m-w Baptist ohurch at Vancouvor will bu dedicated to morrow, A
great itiiiny Westminsteritea are sjoing
■ over to i-ttend tho ceremony. The
church is after original designs and
plans hy Mr. W. Xl. King, architect,
this city. !"*)pf'cul attention wns given
lo thn acou-tic (tait ->f the work, and it
is confidently ex pet-fed tlintthu speaker*]
ttiid the iisUdieiieo will find tliis important matter faultless.
An assay was made yesterday in tho
provincial assay oilice of & portion of
the rock brought down by Mr. John
Sayyea, from a little island at tho
mouth of the Skeena. The ore,
which is free milling quartz, assays five
ounces to the ton in gold, valued at
$103,35, There is also seven tenths of
an ounce of silvor, valued at 63c, so
that the total worth of the rock is
About '$103.1)8 to the ton,—Colonist}
Sept. t3,
Scotchmen are woll reprosouted in
the last number of tho Dominion Illustrated. Potraits of the president and
vice-president of the Caledonian
Society cf Montreal, glimpses of tho
gamu—tlio sword danco, putting tho
shot, etc.—and i) line group allowing
tho bagpipes of tho 5th Royal Scota,
ought io satisfy nil sons and daughters
of "Auld Scotia." Mrs- Sprnggo
continues her instructive sketches on
British Columbia. Altogether an
excellent number.
Besides being a very fast and reliable ship, tho now Gorman lurquo J.
H. Hustedo, commanded by Capt.
Reiners, has the largest carrying capacity uf any of the Victoria Balmon
fleet. The Doris Broderson, which is
now ready to sail, has 28,000 cases in
her hold. Capt. Dunn's lino barque,
the Tilania, will carry 30,000 cnso3,
whilo tho Hustedo, which is alao now
loading at Esquimalt, will hnvo a full
cargo of 60,COO cases valued at about
$326,0Q0.--Co*OHt,jJ,
From llio vacant lot lying between
Front and Columbia, and Begbio aud
Douglas streets, thero emanates un
odor uf particular unpleasantness. A
cursoiy gl-uico ovor the fence ou tho
Colombia street sido removes any
feeling of surprise that the passer-jay
may have folt on account of tho stench.
The enclosure seems to bo utilised as a
wholesale offal receptacle for the
neighboring ttorea and dwellings. A
defunct nieiiiber of tho feliuo family
wns iiolod tlioro somo time ago.
A special meeting of tho lacrosse
club is callod for Mondny night, nud
eveiy mombor ia expected tubo present. It will be impossible for the
royal city toam to visit Victoria ut
present, in view of tho coming celebration, and thu roturn match against the
oupual oity club cannot bo plnyod boforo celebration week. If tho Van*
bouverniid Victoria elul>3 play in thia
city during oolebration week tho Westminster team will bo ready to play tho
victors, and thus finally decide which
club is entitled to tho championship,
Those who hnvo uot paid Park Lane
a visit in throe months or so will bo
considerably astonishod noxt timo they
seo it. The metamorphosis in complete. Whero formerly thero was little
to glad the oyo ef the orderly*minded
person, thero now blooms a pretty
street, level as a carriage drive, and
lined on both sides with brand new
side-walks that conduct the pedestrian
straight into tho park nnd give him
ono of the finest viows of the exhibition building that it is possible to obtain.
( Mr. W, H. Lewis returned to tho
city yesterday from Pondor Island,
where ho went to stalk deor and enjoy himself among the wilds of that
beautiful mass of rocks. On Tuesday
morning he went out and shot two
fine bucks nnd waa hot foot after a
third when overtaken hy a fanner,
who informed hinr that Mr. C. E.
Pooley aud Major Peters, of Victoria,
hud leased tho premises for the season
and unless "he (Lewis) mado himself
Bcarco Ihoy would got the law of him."
It is hardly necessary to add that Mr.
Lewis left.
LILLOOET LINKS.
lJliiln-- Operations nnd Basin*.-nn .lint*
Icrs. Hlcnni lieut Count-*''i<m iu
1.3 lion Uu-ltv Wauled.
CMIdrm Cryfor PttohertCaitorla
A I'lcn for llie B'i Drain.
Chief of Police Pearco has received
an anonymous letter from Vancouver,
imploring him to deal gently with tho
big drum of the Salvation Army, and
to put no obstacle in the way »f tho
nrmy work in Westminster. Among
other things the letter contain.-* this
remarkable sentence : "God may
ase n bis> drum, or may \i0 au angty
rmnnon, to causo men to stop and
think before they further go." The
writer -.-includes by saying he is "not
a Salvationist but an old British
Columbian who has found pardon at
tho cress.''
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Tin- Celebration.
All arrangements in connection with
tho cuining Exhibition nnd Celebration avo moving along briskly, and
when ehe opening day arriveB all matters will be found in perfect shape and
readiness. It is about time, however
thnt nuothor general meeting of tho
various committee, was held to ro-
ceive further reports, eo that all arrangements completed may bo thoroughly understood. Tho amount collected for tlio celebration is not yet
aduquata to meet the amounts votod
fur disbursement Thia ia a serious
matter and requires immediate attention,
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llylaftolcmle.
A largo party of Indians arrived
down from Pitt Lake this morning
bringing an immense quanity of cranberries, the first largo receipts this
season. The berries were dispusL-J of
to Mr, W. H. Vianen, who paid the
Indians about $200. for them. This
neat little sum was the results of about
10 daya work of the kloochmen aud
children, tho men upending the most
of thoir time in shooting grouse and
cluck hunting. Cranberries are reported to bo vory plentiful this year,
and tlie surplus , crop for exportation
will bo larger than usual. Between
Balmon fishing, hop picking hunting,
cranberry picking ond farming, tho
Fraser River Indians mako largo
Wages every year, and no more prosperous unlives are to be found anywhere.
Imperial Federation.
Rov D. V. Lticas- tho well-known
and popular lecturer, who delighted
tho people of Westminster a few
weeks ago with lectures on various
subjects, has been persuaded to return to tho royal city next week nud
discourse on his pet Bubjoct, Imperial
Federation. The lecture will bo delivered ut Herring's Opera Houso on
Wednesday evening next, under the
auspices of tho W.O.T. U. This will bo
an opportunity to the people of West-
minster who havo nover beforo on-
joyed that of hearing this important
question ably discussed, from a broad
and liberal stand point. Imperial
Federation is a subject that is boing
canvassed and argued over tho whole
of our vast British ompiro, and this
important question is of more than
common intorest. Wo predict a packed houso on Wednesday next.
Sew (iaol ReguIafloM.
In the past all persons scnt-mced to
torms of imprisonment by tho police
magistrate havo been sont to tho provincial gnol, whore they havo been
cared for by the governor and his stuff,
The city has boon at no oxponso fur
tho keep of these culprits, and ns
quickly as sentence was pronounced
they woro handed over to Mr. Moresby's charge. The attorney-general
how proposes a new plan, which is:*
That no prisoner committed for
a less period than one mouth
shall bo received into the provincial
goal. The city Bhall pay to the government for the keep of oach prisoner
50 cts. por diom, and in return for this
all fines collected under -suctions 210
nnd 212 of the municipalities act shall
bo paid to the city, This will necessitate tho enlargement of Constable
Smith's boarding house, as tho most of
the prisoners are sontenced to periods
of less than 30 days. The police department has the matter in hand and
will report to the counoil on Monday
night.
Mr. G. W. Gilley and Mr. Wm.
Tcitjen havo returned from an inspection of tho Llllooet Hydraulic Mining
Co.'s claims, on Lillooet river, in which
they aro largely interested. They experienced a rough but withal pleasant
trip. They found that all mit tors in
connection with tho working of their
mine wero progressing satisfactorily,
considering tho short period lho claim
hns boen working under tho new owners. Mr. Angus Bceton, the foreman,
reported that tho first clean up hnd resulted iu seven ounces of gold dust,
which was obtained from tho tailings
left by tliu Chinamen who had previously worked tho claim. Tho dust
was brought down to Westminster by
Mr. Toitjen, nnd exports value it at
§16.50 por ok. Tho next washup,
which will bo made in 30 days, is expected to givo rich returns, and all
who havo inspected tho claim agree
that it gives most promising indications. Tho company hns bought
Dickie's ranch, on which is a valuable
water privilege, without whioh the
mine could uot bu profitably worked.
Five hydraulic claims have boen
tnken up ou tho rivor lately, and preparations aro boing mado to work
them.
The Vancouver Enterprise Hydraulic Co., ou Cayoosh creek, is
working in full forco and doing fairly
woll. Tho largo quantity of rock lhat
has to bo blasted out of this claim retards operations to a considerable extent,
Moro whito men aro operating on
Cayoosho crock and Lillooet rivor this
season than for many yoars past, and
aB a consequence tho merchants and
traders iu that vicinity aro in a very
prosperous condition, and speak very
hopefully for the future.
The peoplo of Lillooet nro almost
isolated from the outside world for
want of a Bhort route aud cheap transportation to tho coast markets. The
farmers have to depend entirely on the
homo consumption, and naturally their
•production must bo kept within narrow limits. Tho only passable wagon
road to tho C. P. R. Uno is by way of
Clinton to Ashcroft, a distanco of 6t5
miles, a journey too long to bo accomplished with profit. Capt. Irving, of
the 0. P. N. Co., is talking of putting
a email stoamor on tho river betweon
Lytton and Lillooet, and the poople of
tho latter district are most anxious
that he should do so. Should tho
steamer bo put on farming operations
will bo greatly extended, with tho result that all workable land will soon
bo under cultivation.
and sent out ready to put together;
and so well waa it constructed that not
the slightest difficulty was experienced
in putting tho huge structure together.
Inside, tho burner is lined with $800
worth of fire bricks from tho bottom to
the top. The whole mass rests on an
elaborate foundation of solid stone, let
well dowu into the ground; the
draught, supplied by means of iron
doors at tho base, is very strong, nnd
all danger of fire is thus effectually
prevented. Tho top is guarded by a
wire guago crown, through which no
spark of any importance can escape.
Mr. Kennedy, manager of the mills,
nays that the burner is not nearly high
enough, although they will be able to
worry along with it for a while yet.
The docks along the Fruser aro vory
oxtensivo, and a depth of 30 feet is obtainable right alongside. All logs required aro taken into tho Brunette and
there fished out us wanted.
The plans for tho erection of promises for this company on a scale of
groat magnitude aro out, and they will
occupy somo of the old ground now in
use. When finished, tho new mills
alone will bo nearly as large ub the
Ross-McLaren Mills. Tho work upon
tho now buildings will be pushed forward with all rapidity and aro expected to bo finished nt an early dato.
VOLUME VU.-NO. 65.
AUCTION SALE
T WILL BELL   BY VVRhlG AUCTION
X  at tho Colonial Hotel, on .Saturday
evening, Sept. Uth, inst., at 7*80 o'elook,
ono (-loud Saddle Horse.
dselStd T. J, THAPP, Auctioneer.
THE BRUNETTE SAW JULLS.
Bomc'lt)!!-; nbuut llie Enlcrnal Workings.
Work uti Hand.  A Review «r the
B'uhi, mul i'-iu-u! Prospects.
Tho Brunette Saw Mills, situated at
the mouth of the Brunette rivor, from
whioh it takes iti name, on the bond
of the Fraser river, has for nearly 13
years been a familiar land mark in
this vicinity. This gigautio businesa
nt its incipience wns of the plainest
and must unpretentious kind, and
about the entire property of tho con-
corn was n littlo direct-action sawmill engiue, which for some lime did
nil tho wurk, But tho affairs of tho
oompany prospered and at the present
day nro striding forward well in the
front rank in the march of improvement going on around tho city.
Tho largest engine at the mills has a
10x18 inch cylinder and nu 8 foot
driving wheel, aud this engino drives
only tho large saws. An engine with
a 12x14 inch cylinder drives all the
other machines, and they are fitted
with all modern improvements, sit/ht*
feed oilers, etc.
The water used in the boilers is obtained on tho hill behind Sapperton,
collected into a tank and thence by
pipes to tho mills. This water is remarkable for the fact thnt it leaves no
sediment behind and never clogs up
the pipes and guages as the water of
the Fraser docs.
The two great saws were making
useful havoc ot a huge log when Thr
Columdian man wns introduced to
thom; one of these saws is by Spalding
of San Francisco and the othor a Hoe
saw, 50i and 04 inches in diameter
respectively. One saw bHcos the log
up into nny thickness of plank desired,
and the plunks are passed over to tho
edger, which takes the rough edge off
iu a trice, "and the edgings are thrown
nwayl" innocently remarks the visitor.
"Not mueh," retorts his guido, "all
that are fit go over to the lathing machine." The lathing machine docs its
work in a wholesale kind of way that
is inspiring; an ordinary looking piece
of rough timber is slipped in at one
ond and cornea out nt tho othor three
straight laths, and so ou all dny. Its
capacity with 4 men is 8,000 to 10,000
laths per day. All the sawdust, scraps,
edgings and refuse aro thrown into
channels in the lloor, along tho bottom
of which a Ewart link, endless chain,
furnished at short intervals wtth cleats,
is moving noiselessly, carrying oil' this
wnsto material to the burner.
One of thu largest ordors on hand at
present is thnt from tho different canneries for 100,000 salmon boxes. Tliis
requires a special kind of lumber and
(-vent exnetitudo in cutting, Tho
printing press for stamping tho brand
aud namo of firm on tho cuds of tho
boxes is kept pretty busy ull day, Tho
boxes are shipped off ns required, on
scows and 5,000 mako a respectable
load for ono scow.
A large planing machine, by Goldio
it MoOulluck, of Gait, Ont., and nlso
n doublo surfacing machine which
operates on both aides at once, by the
same firm, wero next shown. Near
this is tho flooring machine, by McGregor, Gourlay & Co., of Gait, Ont.
On account uf cannery work theso are
all kept iu active operation night and
day at present, The shingle machine
hns a capacity of 20,000 shingles per
day and they are put up in bundles
ready for the market, right on the
spot, by Chinamen.
A regular forco of 70 mon is employed, although that number will bo
materially increased very Boon on account of improvements and enlargements,
Iu tho drying houso a car load of
spruce for the Boll Organ and Piano
Company, of Guelph, is undergoing
tho drying process. A car load of this
wood, British Oolumbia spruco, was
sent to this company somo time ago.
for use in the manufacture of their In-
I'rcNbj-terl».ii Chnir Concert.
The choir^of St. Andrew's churoh
havo decidod to give a concert in the
old church building on Friday evening, 20th inst., and havo been preparing for tho event for somo weeks back,
Tho programme, of which tho following is a copy, will givo an idea of the
treat that m.iy be expeotcd: Greeting
gloc; Bong, "Rocked in the cradle of
tho deep," Mr. Groig; song, ''Close to
tho Threshold," Miss Clark; piano
duot, Mrs. Trew and Miss Fraaer;
song, "What will you do love?"
Mrs. Poingdestro; song, "Good-
byo, Sweethoart, good-bye," Mr.
Vidalj chorus, (femalo voices)
"Sweet and Low;" song, "Twos Within a Mile," Miss Rankin; Reading,
Misa McNab; song, "Pierrot," Mrs,
Lyal; duot, "List to tho Convent
Bolls," Miss McEwen and Mrs, Grant;
part song, "Ding Dong Bolls;" song,
"Saved by n Child," Mr. Lyal; part
song, "Lovely Night;" trio, "DAme
Durden," Messrs. Greig, Vidal and
Lyal, As tho choir of St. Andrew's
ohurch is noted for doing everything
well, it will not be a surprise to the
public to learn that at the close uf the
concert refreshments will bo served to
tho audience. As the hospitality of
the choir is proverbial, nothing on thia
point neod be said.
PERSONAL.
T, F. Sinclair, of Port Haney, is in
the city.
J. H, Ashwell, of Chilliwhack, is registered at the Colonial.
Rev, O. Croucher will arrivo back
from Halifax on Tuesday.
Rev. H, F. Clinton, of Vancouver,
leaves for England next week on a 3
months' holiday.
Rev. Mr. Irwin goes down to Ladners to-morrow afternoon to conduct
divine service in tho evening.
Coun. John Armstrong, of Surrey,
was in the city to-day and returned
this afternoon. He reports harvesting
completed in his district, and a good
crop,
Guests at the Queen's: Georgo W.
Broughton, Toronto; Jos. W. Shelton,
Victoria; A. Paine and son, Lindsey,
Oot. ;D. Ross, G.W. Grant, Montreal; Austin Claiborne, San Francisco.
Guests at the Colonial: R. Clarko,
Nicomon; D. Sohey, W. W, Howell,
Viotoria; Alexander McDougall, Port
Moody; E. A Wadhams, Mrs. Wad-
hams, Miss Sitwell, Mrs. Roberts,
P. Roberts, Mr. McDonald, Ladner's
Landing; T. F. Sinclair, Port Haney;
John H. Ashwell, Chilliwhack.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Tho governor-general has telegraphed to Victoriu, B.C., that ho will be
unable to arrive at Victoria before
October 12th.
Mandeville atables nnd thu International Hotel, Winnipeg, wero destroyed by fire at D o'clock yesterday morning.   Seven horses were cremated,
A criminal outrage waB committed
ncarMorden, Man., recently. Five
drunken Mennonites brutally outraged
a young Mennouito girl of 18 years.
After accomplishing their purpose, the
dastards relented tho girl in nn almost
nude condition. The matter waa
hushed up by tho payment of ono dollar ench to the chief of tho Mennonite
vi lingo.
Whan Baby wu aick, we j-ir* hwCtotorla,
When sho was a Child, the cried for Castoria,
Wlen tdie became Miis, the clang to Cutoria,
W-w^hsdCldltoa.sh-igiTothraUutorii
It. 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 tie held In this
city, a grand and unprecedented success,
the undersigned agree to contribute tho
sums opposite their respective names (to
bo paid into tho association or to trustees
competent to receive the same, on or beforo 0 months from tho dato of the last
provincial exhibition, and to Ira applied
to preparing exhibition grounds and
buildings In the city, for increasing the
amount offered In prizes, and for furthering tho exhibition In other ways):
Sharpe A Paine, Lulu Island   io 00
I, P Eckstein   10 w
It W Armstrong  10 00
Potor Grant.    10 00
W O Loye    lfl 00
F G Htrtckland    W (XI
T Cunningham   ao 00
A R Wintemuto  10 00
Annie M Jaques    10 00
,T W Hoxsmltii   SO 00
I) ponglas - 100 00
Held A Currie    25 00
W H Thibaudeau    15 00
Ogle, Campbell A Co   20 00
HUliaCHIPTIONfl PAID.
TltF, CotjUMniAN-. -1)00 00
WJ Armstrong, v  80 (JO
Q 1) Urymner  20 a
Stewart A Ciodi  "il 00
Georgo Turner «.  10 00
Youiik ATorlumo  10 00
Terhune A Co „  10 00
ADesBrlsny  15 00
I* Hllodoau..-  10 00
W Q Coatham  25 00
T M (Junnint-hnra  25 00
ABltand  2.', 00
Spy J H White .M  10 00
-•*l.'ey IJros .•  20 00
-jranl a Maclure  10 00
* use in cue manufacture oi ineic »»-   )&"„,     "l.;:;;",\;,"r""_2   ;Xxx
sti'iim-ists,   -nd  the,   wrss  to  weVf^^^^^^^ZZ »8o
f leased svith this Umbos' that lliey nt
once ordered more,   and  speak  very
highly in its pi'csieo-
Tho burner, which stands just aoross
tho Brunette rivor from the mills, is
2? feot high and about 12 feet in diameter. It wsu built by the Wm. Hamilton Iron Worki, Peterborough, Ont,
A J Hill  10 00
Clisuil Hniisbor.  HI (III
K It Olover  10 00
Wlllkerst Klmilui'll  10 110
AdUsTSisius Bros  'JO 00
K 8 Monitor «(.o  Hi 00
Jas (Jiuinliisxtmsn -  GOOD
Cant A (Irani..  10 00
J H Mncdonoll  10 00
H T Read Jt Co  CO 00
Next I
Tenders Wanted.
r*nfiNDER8 W1I.I- BE RECEIVED AT
.L tho oflico of tlio undersigned until 12
o'clock noon on Wednesday, ihe lftth iu-
stant, for completing tho clearing of Lot
2, Suburban Block 11, tills elly Notendor
necessarily accented.
RANI) BUOS.
New Westminster, B.O., Ilth Sept., 1880.
Notice of Removal
M.A.McRAE,
MERCHANT TAILOR
Ih.fiH to anuouiico that he )ms
removed to storo iu
ARMSTRONG'S new BLOCK
Opposite Masonic Huildiug,
COLUMBIA  STREET.
SOLICITING A CONTINUANCE OF
PUBLIC PATRONAGR
ilwmbtwtss
PORT KELLS.
Well Situated oss
f itiver
Which runs through It,
NINE MILES PROM WESTMINSTER.
Port Kells will bo a depot on tho Southern Railway, nnd Important stcamhont
lauding. The townsite gradually slopei!
to the river, aud Is mostly cleared and
Ernlrle lnnd, good for fruit, trees of all
Ind**. No heavy timber. .Several country roads running through II. Hood
aprlngs of water. Iron mines about to bo
developed. 140 lots running back from
tho rivor in a square block, will bo sold by
PUBLIC AUCTION!
COLONIAL HOTEL,)
In this City, on
IJJALffis&CO.
RANK IIUJLDINaS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
[TbIjIEPIIOI-K No. 66.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, EM LAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London mud Lime at hi re fire and
Britisli Kmplre Life Imnranee
Oonpanlses.
New Weil minster Building Society,
Accountant's Olllco, Dlooeie of N.W.
Oily Auditors, 1880, 1BS7 aud 1888.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   TIIE BUYING
AND SELLING OP REAL PROPERTY IN TIIE CITY AND DISTRIOT,
and other mouctary trnn&ni.liou<i.
Have several good Investments ou their
books, and nil now comers will do well to
call beforo doiti-,' business elsewhere.
dwlldely
Hi
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CO
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til Sept,
Commencing nl 7:30 p. in., on the
following
mK*-WiMm%_t_T.fjim&_>i_i nnd   under, cash:
over 1)25, Jj*,onsn, % In :i months, J.' In o
months, wltli no interest.
.TORT MOODY.-T,ots 6 and II, blk V, subdivision of Lot S77. Lot fi, blk IV, subdivision of Lot W2. hot 1(1, blk IV, subdivision of Lot 204 Good linrd-llnlslied
two*ntory house nnd outbuilding**,
Lot No. 2, subdivision of Lot Iii, Group I,
48-10 acreH.
Alfio-at LADNER'S LANDING-S.E. H
Hee. ill, Township 8, fronting on Houmlnry Hay,
A. M; NELSON,
ilselOtd Auctioneer.
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Ogle, Campbell k Freeman
ARE OPENING DAILY THER
Fall and Winter loods!
SPECIAL:
Art Figured Pongee Silk.
Art Muslins.
JUST RECEIVED.
First SHIPMENT of LINEN GOODS JUST OPENED
THE LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE.
MASONIC! BIsOOH,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED THEIR
-:- COMPLETE STOCK OF ->
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 House,    ■    •     •     Columbia Street.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
Dm.iVi.Jjm ijst
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Xiabxat-lox ZXexxixiga,
IvCacreexel, Salt' Cod,
j^xaaao-ar's "CTxic. "ESaxxie,
•A-xxao-ux's "CTnc. Bacon.
-pio-ox. "Bxaxj,. Slioxte,
JjTHIOHEST prices paid for farm produce,
noiciwi/ Sooullar'Armitrong Blook, Columbia tt.
Jas. Ellard.Co
Are Now Opening
-THEIR-
FIRST INSTALMENT
* !N"B"W" **
FALL MILLINERY
=AI,SO
A COMPLETE bIJ-JE OF
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Mantles, Cloaks and Jackets.
LONDON HOUSE,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
"E1. CiRj-AJEsCE,
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WAft, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES,
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses in stocl, rul-bor, ailver arc {-(.id
mes. The finost Pebbles mado, $4 per pair; oil alghta suited,
Speoial attention givon to PINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having loarnti tlio
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologers in England, and sinc-i than
managed tha watch-repairing departments of a few of tha bast firms on tint continent of America, is a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly inana-
(■or for nearly 8 yoars of the well-known firm of Savago & Lyman, Montreal.
Cliargcs moderate,
Montueal, Doc, 1887.—Mr, F. Crake.*—Andw. Robertson- Esq., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I nevor found a Watchmaker who did so
well for me as you did whon in Montreal, and I am sorry you aren6tir«i-« to-day."
ilwnpl2to
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
AGENTS   B.   LAURANCE'S   SPECTACLES.
Wholesale and Eetail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
IT
W. £ C. Wolfenden,
Cor. Columbia and Mary Sts., New Westminster.
The above named firm having fully decided to retire from the
Dry Goods Business and confine their attention to the Grocery
Business for the future, now offer the whole of their
Choice, New, Well Selected and Well Bought Stock of Dry
Goods and Clothing at
Cost Prices for Cash.
A rare chance is now offered to intending purchasers, an tho atook consists of
goods juat suited for tha present and cominir season, All freah nnd in prime onlor
and purchased tn tho best foreign markotu at rock bottom prices,
Salo to commence on Monday, the Kith instant, and to continuo until tho wholo
of tho Btock lias boon olosed out, REMEMBER THE PLACE: Comor of Col*
umbia and Mary Streets.
W. & G. WOLFENDEN.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    ■    Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices, dwtc
BON MARCHE.
SPECIAL BARGAINS in New Dress
Goods, Jackets, Paletots, Dolmanettes,
and Ulsters.
A Large Assortment of MEN'S SUITS
from $7.00.
WALKER & SHADWELL,
dwHldto COLUMBIA SIRBBI.

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