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Array Oot-mment Printing <*
Columbian.
VOLUME 7
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 13, 1889.
NUMBER 11
PROFESSIONAL AKD BUSINESS CARDS^
T, 0. ATKINSON,
BAUKWTEU, SOLICITOR, Ac. Olliccs-
Masonle 111111*11111,', Kew Westminster,
LH.O  dwtc
AUAIS'l'ItONG A KCKSTIflIN,
■pAliniBTKlia,  SOLICITOUS,   KTO.-
1 X> Masonlo Hull-ling, New wostmln-
f uter, B. U. __   Owmy4Ui
W. NOIIMAN liUlil., U.t-'f
BAUItlS't't':it-AT-I.A\V,Ti.*iNl)Afl]-*NT.
Money tol-onn. Olllen—Uhti'liHon Kl.,
New WcHtmlnstor, li. 0. dlo
4U1-I.0- Ml, U«( Ol I   A  I1NSS,
BAItUIffPKIlR. BOLIOITOTIS, etc. 0111*
cos—Masonlo Buildings- New West-
ininster, and Vancouver. H._0._ dwto
A. C. BRYDffNp-JACK, M.A,
NOTATtY PUBLIC, CONVISY-A'NCKn,
- &c, Barrlater.of thu New Brunswick
" iremo Court, Oflice in the Hamley
—-eJft-jyii Columbia bt., opposite the Ool*
tinrol Hotel. drtpBlci
JOSEPH K. O A VNOIl, n. A.|LL.B.
I rtOhB MF.DALIRT of the Unlvoraltj of
IU    I>ublln.   UMllUHTER-ATTiAW Of
i tlielllj-liCoiirl nf.IiviMce, lrdiinil.omaeK,
f Coinei' McKenzie A (Jliu'lcsoii Bts., New
WestmliiBtor. dwfo21to
A.J. HOLMES, 1>. U.S.,
IQURQBON DENTIST, Graduate of tho
ij Ohio College of Hcnlul Bumeiy, Is
now Willi Dr. (J. E. 0. Hrnwn. All work
skillfully pm-forinc-I. H-ii-m:- P.Al. I!;mk
of B, C, Oolumbla St. Koni-i—S lo li ii.m. j
Ii80to0p. m. {Ijl.viite
C.II.CATKWOOB, D.D.S.,
ICjUKQEON DBNTIST--A Graduate of
IJO the Biiltlinni-o Ik-niul College, In pre-
iro-l to do all kinds of Dental-work. Of*
_flco over MeLenniin A Mcl'Bely's Iinrtl-
Iwni'c store, 182 Cordova KL., Vancouver,
\&0. ilflpBQto
IA
a, w. mi ant,
Hi IIITECT.   Oflleo-Cornor Mnry and
UlarkBon His., Weslmlnilcr.    dwlc
IA
CLOW &  MACIiUKIfl,
RCH1TECTS.    Office—Room E. over
Bankof II. OV, Columbia Street,West*
luster. 0lti
WlI.I.IA.'i   It. KINO,
^* ItaHITEOT,SANITARY ENGINEER,
RA &a. liomovs-.l to Armsti-ons's Block,
Icoiuniljia Hired, Westminster-Room
■*•-- ■■ dtc
W. THIBAUDEAU,
. AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS-
Jj man, Hamley Block, New We.st.niln-
jSTer, B. C. -Iinyl5tn
A. V. CATTOX,
lOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
M SURVEYOR. Olllcc: Itoom D, Bunk
fli, 0. building, Westminster, B.C.
ti. r.v, s's:m»s;i''-j.
)EAL ESTATE BROKER and County
S;  Conrt Agetii. roiniulsHloner, Notary
EuUle.-fce.   Ui'iils eolliieteil.   0 fli m-M fill ule Street- Now Westmlrister, B.C.
T. .?. TUtAPP,
I A UOTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
A Columbia Ktiwt, Now WeMlmiu.st.cr.
All commissions will receive prompt
und careful attention. Best references
given when 'required.-'- iniiis-tc
V, C. MeCAUTNEY,
COMMISSION AGENT and Customs
Broker. DotlBlas St., Nuw Weslmln-
Hier. Agent, for Harrison Springs Aerated
Wafer; Vancouver Steam Dye A Cleaning
Works; Garters' Patent OrgauB--"t ho wonder of tlio age,1'; Dominion Pianos nml
OftfflUBi Jolinslon's Patent Knlsomtne;
Huvimn Uigur I'm-on-v; Lion InsuraiueCo
for live stoek, Ac. Employment Agency
Oilice. A select, lot, of Toilet Articles anil
Druggists'sundries for Bale, Next door to
Bakery. ; d'l.v.ili-
TURNER, BEETON A CO.,
ERCHANTS. ..Wharf   St., Vlcloila.
IM
IwiiTl'le'lneuriuu''- Co. for MiiinhVin*!. "...
■C. BfilBTON A Co,. ;W Fins-bury Circus, Eou-
T.on, E. C,
imperial Firo Insurance Co,
03T *CjO"N-r>0*N".
t'.ll'ITAl,       >       .-J-l.tiOO-OOQ Slg.
I  Rates ns low ns any other reliable Companies doing business In British Columbia. W. 3, ARMSTRONG.
OjlySlo Agent for Now "West.
Ill
KM. KSTATU UROKEIIS,
Couvvj'oiic-'i'*, CoUec'm-n,
Anil Iii*mrrm<-« Agenth,
llfllce-t at.
NEW WESTMINSTER: Comer
MoKousIe and Clarkson Sts,
VANCOUVER, Cordova Slreet.
LONDON .England.
« BUILDING LOTS for sale In all sections
f Vancouver and Now Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
lie nt Ohllllwhiick, 1'urt Hnmiuoud,
anglcy, Matsqui, Humus, Mud Bay,Lad-
or's Land ing, Lulu Island, North Arm
ndPilb River.
Maps and Plans exhibited and the full*
it. tuformiitlon furnlsbedntall onr oillces,
BOVILL,
ARCHITECT
eal Estate Agent
\H_ZW WESTMINSTER!*
uio Street,
-Offlce, Maokon-
j Full List of City anil Suburban Pro*
I'crty.
I Particular attention paid io Farming
■Lauds,
. Accurate  information   lo correspond*
______     dwmydyl
ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
|3ivil Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
l-IHAHCIAL, SHIPPING &'COMMISSlQH AGENTS
Fire, Life iV Marine Insiirauec.
J*;oi.umiiiaSt., - Opp, CoLosrAii Horun
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, 0,
If-UVE PERSONAJJ ADD PROMPT AT*
Jpf lent lon lo all in-ofosslonnt orders and
■tTiider lliolr pprvlOOS to residents and non-
■oBltloulsliavlnfr city or Country Property
In dispose of or desiring profitable invest*
■ill uut.
I Our lists'nf Pllgllile properties aro com-
I rc-lienslveunilconsiaully receivingaddl-
■ ions, and our favomblo eastern eoiiime-
lions both In Canada uud the Atlantic
T-tatesglvo un unusual facilities for busl*
IjBpboIai attention will ho paid lo tho
I iiichiiso and luspeotlon of Lumber for
llil|iinoiittofoi-eli*ti ports. Tonnage char-
i-ercd anil general shipping businoss trans-
fceled.  ■':■-.■   .-      dwnptyi
lacpta'son
DRUGGISTS.
Pure and Fresh Drugs
S°"E9XS,T**1tT}*Ajac3,
|Patcnt Medicines, Etc
PliYSiaiftHS'   Pl-cSCIIIPTiOIlS   c-mfuu*
COM-OUIIDED.
WANTED.
IfVNE   THOUSAND '"CORDS   CEDAR
\J Bolts, four to sovontoon foot long,—
Apply to
dto  ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS 00,
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
InoliuliiiH Tools of nil liimls of the bost mokes; Cross-cut & Hand-Haws,
Ilitrlied Wire fov Fonolng, iuiJ nil *ho noocssiuy HtcilsilS lor Fnrnlilist
1'lillcy lllocks, Kaiiitr.ii SIIot-.lc>-, K«{H', & a'imiis In nil sImisi I'llcli,
Tar & Oakum; 'J'uiral nml Plain Palter lo" HliildliiKi Paints St, Oils
nil oolorai Liquid Paints In nil sliwloss floor Paints roi"b- '""wi 'irlnd
Stones; Waif Paper In all ilcsioiisi llrooms A Brushes 'or nil -tarpon:
IiiilniciitiiiK Oils; Traps of nil de» ' -       —' - ' '—' ■
Asrj-Milturiil Iuiplemciils,
irlptiona, anil a funeral assortment of
■ Special attention given to orders by mall.
T. T. T*E3^.nc?-p SO CO.,
dwjly3to Ooaat hia Stihset, Nkw Wkstmibsteb.
1
GRANT &. MACLURE.
:*3*tf
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French &■' English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
•J.    m.   T*&Ik.lMZiSi€-_VtT9!3
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street, -,, NewWestminster.
Summer DRESS GOODS ami MILLINERY will
be sold AT COST.   Now is the lime lo secure BARGAINS.
dtc -MirEes. "x^t-m:. ^s-^*e3.
K
23^!BS5Baa5?SrSS!iSS5*«SI
©Ti-»K-*ICS22SS-
NEW WESTMINSTER, crMNo^NC^8KT8sON
VANCOUVER, co^BEBRoTCT°t?0^TA3ND
—AND—
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET,
LONDON,   ENG. 107 GANNON 8t
Sr
0F ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Oolumbla nud Front Sts,,
in contral portion of the eity; Hovcr.il
buildings bring good ront— ^2,000.00.
Lot 4, Block 7, near Lytton Square,
0(1x132 foot, fronting on Columbia and
Front Sta.-SQ-OOO.OO.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St. j 83x60 foet—
S4.000.00.
Also—Lot and Building with stock of
Goods, ono of tbo best businesa stands
in tho city.
ImprovedResidenlial Property
Lot 15, Block 13; two Iiousob routed ab
paying figures--S4,500.00.
Houso and Lot on Lome St., near Col*
. umbia—$1250.00.
Lots 4, 5 k 0, Block li); good houso-
garden, &c.j choice residonco nroporty
---$5,280.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St.; fenced and'
cleared —$ 1500.00,
Houso and Lot ou Columbia St.; one of
the finest residences in tho city—S7,*
000.00.
Houso nml Lot on Royal Avenue, fleet
Douglas St.—S2.000.00.
Himso and 3 Lots, coiner lloyal Avonlio
and St. Patrick's St.; nn oottcr rosidenoe sito in the city—§10,000.00.
1 aero, wltli 7 houses, near tho Park
$6,000.00.
ilWiitiSlte
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Block 'IS; comor lob on Agues Bt.t
fine residence alto-51200.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avonuo-*§500.00 each.
Lot;! on Montreal, Douglas aud Halifax Sts,, near Clinton St.; fino views
uud woil situated—8350,00, $;*75.0O,
§500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clintoi--
Siioo.oo.
Lot!), bull-Block 10; tine residence lots-
$250.00.
Lots on Pol'lutm St., near Mary—$600,00
each.
Lot on Pelham St., near St. Andrew's:
fino sito--$.100.00.
Lot on St. John's St., noar Melbourne-—
S350.00.
Lot in St. Andrew's Square -8300,00.
Lots In Bloek fronting on Nortii Ami
road; finest oltanop in tho market fo:
residence or aiieoulatiou—§125.00 t<
§175.00.
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 11, oub-Bloo
12—$00,0*0 to $126.60,
Jjiiti in Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloo
13-?lfl0.00 ottoll.
Lots in WeatmlnBter Addition at 816.00
to $50.00.
POWDER
Aks@Bute!y Pure.
ilEtilapowiIor never varies. A marvel of
purity, strontrtli und v/bolesomoness. More
economical Lhtui tho orUlntuy knuts, nud
ciinnol. uo sulil In compoiltlon Willi tlio
muitltudoof low tost, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In enns,
Royal Bakinq Powdrr Co., WO Wall St.,
Now York. itely
Rooms to Rent.
I BURNISHED  ROOMS TO  RENT, IN
)    M. Gray's house, on 1'revost Street—
Apply on tho premises. (IJlyHto
FOR SALE.
AFIliaT-CLABBJ.* .1. TAYLOR'S I'lre-
i,n„,f Kul'c.  To bo seen at tlio omuo
ot.MATHEUS* MlLliIOAN,      clJIyHlo
Farm for Sale.
LOT 27, RLOCK ' NORTII IIANOE U
West, Lulu Islnnd, at a bargain,—
Apply lo RANDBltOS., orEDWARD A.
BHAltPl!, Lulu Island. ilwJtHml
TO RENT.
Al'LEASANT ROOM FOR TWO ("UN-
tlomon, with  or without Hoard, lu
urlvato family.   Apply nl third house up
tliu hill, left hand shleof Uouglas street.
         iljniotc
Timbci- Iiiimls for Sale.
TnE DISCOVERER'S INTEREST Itt
about :l,!HK) acres of flrst-olass Timber
Lands, prlnolpally Fir.
WOODS, TURNER A GAMBLE.
Now Wosl., Ji. C, Juno 11,1S80.   dJo!2ml
Shni-es for Ssule.
THE WKSTM1NSTER WOOLEN .M'F'll
Co. on'iTforstilca lltnltcil number of
shares in tlio capital stook of lho company. Application to lie mado lo tlio
Secretary. J. N. DRAPER,
Secretary.
Now West., 11. (,-., July 10,1881).  djlylmvl
First-ciass Prairie Farm
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, North Arm, Prosor River; con*
minlii[r **W acres of the fltiEBlfarnUng land
Inlliocimiilij'; nilttyhod,well Imi'inved,
gnml bnUUlngH, good orohwd (bonrlng).
For furthor Information enquire of
MAJOR & PEARSON,
dmyMtc Now WcKtmlnsler.
H
Real Estato ttroftcrs and
Fiuaucial Agents*
AOENTS FOR
Confederal Ion Life Association of
Toronto.
Hoy»l and Lancashire Fire Insur-
im-t CompaiileHt
njL.Vulunble Lots for sulo in the City
and District of Westminster! and choice
Lots tn tho City of Vancouver.
Persons wishing to buy or soil cftyor
nn-il propei'ly Hiumld oininunlcate with
us.
ommwi Bank of B.O. building, opposite
postofflce,'Westmlnater, and Hastings St.,
Vancou ver. dwnplfilo
T. i. IUIR & CO.
Queen's  Hotel  Block,
MSW WI!ST*il*iSli:!t.
Reliablo Drugs & Metlicines
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY,
dnplto
SO   CO
EC
INSURANCE
—ANn—
inancial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business rotating to
Ueal Estate
— ACtKNTR FOR—
Ijiindoii Asaurnnco Oorporntlon.
Connecticut Klro liinuraiin- Co. or
llurlf.ml.
TiOiidon and Iianciistilrc Life Asuiir-
mice Co. \\
Canton Insurance Otllce, lal- {Marind)
OKFIOESl
Columbia St., New WesVr.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwseHyl
SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY.
Naturalists and others aro becoming considerably alarmed over the
prospect of tho early extermination
o£ tho kangaroo.
Dr. Foster, director of the University Ophthalmic Olinique at Bras*
lau, 1'oliovcn that u common cause of
shorb-Bightednoss in tho yoiing m
restrictinn nf thn ciroulntion produced hy thn weaving of tight-lit-
ting collars.
Dr. W. J. Beal, of Michigan
Forosty Cominission, counts 70
gpecics nf indigenous trees growing
wild in Michigan, with .1 exotics
escaped from cultivation, nnd of
wild shrubs, 150 nativo and S escaped exotics.
At the Greenwich observatory
10G8 hours of sunshine woro recorded in 1888, about 250 leas than tho
average of tho preceding eleven
years, und 333 below that of 1887.
Tho aggregate number of hours the
suu was above tho horizon was
4465.
In au improved method of wire
lt.aking, the wire is drawn cold ovor
successive pairs of rolls, each pair
having a greater speed than tho pair
preceding it, with an intervening
friction clutch to graduate the speed
of the rolls to the speed of the wire
in process of rolling.
French metallurgists hnvo mado
tho polariscope sorve as tv thermometer. The color of a mass of glowing metal varies according to its
temperature, and a ray of tho light
when polarized is rotatod by a plato
of quartz to a degree depondeut upon the color. The polariscope
measures the degree of rotation, and
gives a useful temperature scale.
Dbtqxation and Combustion.—
Tho singular fact has been pointed
out that a ton of seven-eighths inch
dynamite cartridges, placed end to
and roabhing about ono milo, would
bo consumed in about a quarter of a
socond if a cartridge at onch ond
wero detonated, while if such a
train wero simply ignited its combustion would require several
minutes.
A Nkw Pigment,**-*A pigment
having the properties and appearance of Indian ink is prepared iu a
simple manner by Mr. 13. Pifl'ard.
Au excess of camphor is submitted
to tho action of strong sulphuric acid
for twenty-four hours, yelding a reddish gelatinous mass. ' This is* heated until tho sulphurous noid and
excess of camphor are expelled, when
the line black pigment 13 left.
An Automatic Photoc-hai-heii.
—An^ ingenious Frenoh inventor
has produced a self-acting photographic apparatus, A 50-centime
pieco dropped iu the slot machine
sets in motion tho necessary series
of operations, the exposure being
givon after due warning upon one
of tho four dials indicating the pro-
gross of tho work, and within five
minutes a finished picture is turned
out.
Oukiol's Computations. — An
electrical writer has calculated that
tho firing of a, small pistol sets free
about GOO foot-pounds of energy,
while a watch consumes about ouo
5-1-millionth of a horsepower, tho
energy of the bullet boing suflicient
to keep the timo for two years. An
Edison telephone transmitter requires about a thousandth of tho
energy for 2000 years on the energy
exerted in tho pistol. A lightning
flash of 3,500,000 volts and 14,000,-
000 amperes, lasting one 20-thou-
sandthof a Becond, would run a 100
horso power engino for ten hours.
Electkictv Direct fiiom Wobk.
—The accomplishment of a hitherto
impossible feat—that of transforming mechanical work direct into
electricity — is claimed by Prof,
Braun, of Tubingen, Ho. has succeeded in this by tho use of nickel
wire wound into spirals. As tho
spiral is elongated or compressed a
current of considerable strength is
generated, and this is increased by
putting in circuit a number of spirals.
Tho experiments have given sucli
positive results that the sanguine experimenter is hopeful of constructing a useful generator on this principle—a thing greatly to bo desired,
truly.
Mounds in Venezuela.—l*tocent
explorers have shown that Venezuela was once inhabited by a race of
mound-builders, whose work, however, does not exhibit the variety
of construction and use of that of
the ancient engineers of tho Ohio
and Mississippi valleys. Twenty
artificial hills— locally callod "Centos"—havo been opened during the
last few years, near Lake Valencia,
by Dr. Marcano. Tho Indians of
tho time of t lie Spanish explorations
regarded thoso mounds as natural
fentures, but thoy provo to be burial
caves of an unknown prehistoric
race whoso bones and relics are to
bo found in tho vicinity in immense
quantities, The tombs aro uniform
in plan, and consist of n circular
wnlled-in placo, containing an enormous mass of bones, with marino and
fresli-wiiter shells, and fragments
of stono, bone and wood implements
aud pottery, moat of which bear
traces of tho action of fire. Tho
human remains were deposited iri
round oarthorn jars or urns, each
containing tho separate bones of ono
body. Many of tho skulls seem to
havo been artificially flattened by
pfessuro ovor the frontal bones.
ICE CREAM
Poisons two Hundred Picnickers
at Seeloy's Bay, Out.  The
Zinc did it.
The Grand Trunk Railway (-"ts
Bates to all Pointi- East
of Chicago.
A Horrible  Tragedy   in Boston
in which Several Persons
are Murdered.
FATAL ICK   CIIKAJI.
Sr.iai'.YH Bay, Ont., July 13.—Over
two hundred porsons wore poisoned
here yesterday at a church picnic by
eating ice cream that was kept in a
zinc freezer fur soveral hours. No
deaths aro reported, but many persons
aro in a seriouB condition.
HELD 1-OR THIAL.
San Dir.ao- Cal., July 13.—John
Murray, who shot and killed Marshal
Wilson whilo resisting arrest last week
has boon field for trial for murder
without bonds.
a thurible storm.
Oiuoaqo, July 13.—A storm prevailed throughout tho northern part
of Hie state hint night. At Lena,
Bennio Caldwell was killed by light*
niiig; at Bloomington hundreds of acrea
of rye and eata wore destroyed by the
wind; iit Streaton, Mrs. Eborhard was
killed by lij-htnitig and Mrs. Williams
was fatally injured.
THE ADAMS.
San Fjianoisco, July 13.—By tho
steamer Umatilla, wliich arrived from
LIuiiolulu this morning; it is learned
that the U. S. warship Adams arrived
thore on tho 4th inst. on her way to
Samoa.
SENTENCED TO HANG.
San Francisco, July 13.-—Wong
All Hiiig, the young Chinaman who
stabbed his undo to death whilo visiting at tho hitter's house, was sentenced
this morning to bo hanged on Septem*
bar sixth.
IN NEW YORK.
Nuw York, July 13.—It is naid at
tho Vniidevbilt betel that John L.
Sullivan and party reached this city
this morning on Lho 11:15 train. A
hotel ulliciai said lio would be there
later this afternoon, but it is generally
understood ho la there at present.
HOHUIULK   TRAGEDY.
Boston, July 13.—A horrible tragedy waB enacted in Somorvillo early
this morning. Tho victims aro Mrs.
Catherine Smith, aged 45, and her
son Thomas, aged 14. Tho perpetrator uf the dead is August Rosuubcrg.
Two othor children of Mis. Smith
wero injured and ouo will die. Rosenberg had boen living with Mra. Smith
for a year as her' husband, but thoy
wero not married, Tha cause of the
tragedy is uot known, although it is
stated Rosenberg haa complained
about the way ho haa boon treated in
money matters by the woman. Tho
siH'iio of the shooting was at the cornor
of Dane Btreet and Uatio court, Somor-
ville, whero Mra. Smith lived sinco
the disappoarniico of her husband.
Sho carrifd on a provision and grocery
store I'liHiiuis*. This morning about
one o'clock tlio neighbors-were aroused
by a number of pistol shots, and the
police were promptly notified. The
polico entered the front door and en*
countered the dead body of Thomas
Smith. He had evidently boon shot
in tho forehead and tried to reach tho
front door before falling dead. Tlio
body of Mrs. Smith was found iu bed.
She had been shot in thu riidit temple
while asleop. William tho second
son, aged 12, was found in a room in
the attic shot through the body. Ho
will probably die. Augustus, another
son, ugod 7, was also found in lho attic, shot in tho mouth, but tho physicians thinks hin recovery is possible.
The youngest, another son, named
Charles, aged 5, was slightly wonnded.
Ho was iu bed with his little sister
Mabel, a year younger. After accomplishing the bloody work, Rosoti-
boru jumped from a window, and fur
fl'jinetimo it was thought he had escaped, but shortly afterwards his dead
body wns found in Dane court, about
500 feet from tlio scene of the murder.
11UY1NO THE   STATES.
OlnoAGO, July 12.—• Tho2Vibiiii6this
morning Bays that representatives of
an English syndicate aro tn Chicago
for tho purpose of buying gas trusts'
plants, and that they propose to furnish gas at 25 cents pur thousand t'et-t.
Tho syndicate proposes to organise a
compnny with a capital of §2,000,000
and to put in plants for making gas nil
over tho United Statea, following tho
lino of the lenr-t resistance and tho
largest profitb. If local capitalists accept thu proposition made by the syndicate, work will begin at once, as
plenty "f capital is aaid to be behind
tliu Englishmen. Their tiamoe aro
withheld for thu present, but they aro
well known to Chicago bankers, and
the quality and quantity of their fian-
cia! backing is said to be abovo suspicion. The syndicate, if ita pro?
position Ia accepted, intend tn begin
operations at once.
OOTOPTHMCOMUIXK.
Chicago, July 12,—The lake shore
officials say tho action of tlio Grand
Trunk in reducing rates on all mill
stuffs aud B(rftin both to Now York and
nil Now England points completely
upsets the agroomont for tho restoration of ratei tniido by the" prosidonts
in New York. Tho worst feature of
tho Grand Trunk break is tho fact
that ila agents are this morning un
change making the contracts for all
business that they can got at tho low
rates. This will prevent any compromise with tho Grand Trunk, aud
will defer indefinitely tho restoration
of ratea.
Job printing of all kinds neatly dono
nt tho Colombian offlco, Pricea will be
found as low as at anv other offloe hi
tlio provlnoe. —Ado
PERSONAL.
Bishop Sillitoe left home on to day's
train for a visit te Burton Prairio and
Yale.
Uov. Mr, Whito went up to Chilliwack to-day, and will return the first
ef tho week.
We regret to loam that Mr. James
Cunningham has been confined to his
houso by illness for several days,
Mrs, Hemlaw, who hns boon visiting friends in thin city for a short
time, went np 11 Chilliwack thia morning.
VICTOltlA-WESTMINSTElt.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Au Enthuslailk Meeting Emlomen Ibe
new Hallway Bcbemf.
A public meeting was held in tho
Victoria theatre Thursday evening to
consider thu advisability of taking such
stops as will ensure tho completion of
tho projected Victoria, Sannioh and
Now Westminstor railway at an oarly
dato. About 150 citizens wore present shortly after the meeting commenced.
The front of the stago was adorned
by two largo maps showing the oountry which it is proposed to benefit by
the construction of tlie road.
Hia worship Mayor Grant took the
chair at 8:46 p. in., and many well*
known gentlemen had seats on the
stage.
Mayor Grant on opening the meeting said that there was no necessity for
his going into particulars of the V. S.
& N. W, R, R. scheme, aa the promoters would unfold their entire plan.
If the peoplo of Victoria did not look
after their own interests no one else
would; and he thought tho Urns had
now arrived for Victorians to take
Bomo action toward securing railway
connection with the mainland. If the
projectors of the road known aa the
Victoria, Saanich and New Westminster railroad could show the people of
Victoria that their lino would meet
tho requirements of Victoria, they
might rely on receiving their report.
He felt aure that all the speakers of
the evening would receive a fair hearing.   (Applause.)
Amor Do Cosmos, president of the
Victoria, Saanich and New Westminster Railway Co,, was first called upon.
He referred first to the great importance of Victoria as a trade centre.
Now, however, the steamers from
China and Japan aro lo be seen pass-
int! ouv very doors, crossing over to
tho mainland without ever touching at
Victoria, and thereby causint* immense
loss to the commerce of Victoria.
Referring to the map, the speaker
pointed out whero the city claiming to
bo Victoria's rival was situated. First
the name Vancouver was appropriated,
aud now the new city was putting
forth evory ondeavor to herald ita ira-
porlanoe to the world, while Victoria
was in n manner neglected. The question of constructing a new railway to
connect Vancouvor Island with the
mainland was uot a political or party
question. It was a project that would
receive tho unanimous support of all
on the Island. The Victoria, Saanich
and New Westminster Railway Co.
proposed to build a first-class railway
to enable the trains to mako very fast
timo. The ruu from Victoria to New
Westminster would be made in 2 hours
and 40 min., actual running time.
Two hours and four minutes was tho
table time. Ho thought tliat the peoplo of Victoria Bhould lend their aid to
construct a road that would enable the
timo for transportation of mails from
Victoria to New Westminster to be reduced by 5 hours. It was now a little
over ono year sinco the first map in
this mattor was placed beforo the people, he was happy to say that the project had since met with approval, and
he thought that all the people had to
do was to como to the polls and support the corporation in giving tho assistance required from the city. Lieut-
Col, l'rior informed him that it waa
probablo tho railway would receivo the
assistance uf $6,500 por mile from the
Dominion government,
Lieut-Col. Prior, M. P., ou boing
called on, said ho was quito certain
that everyone hod listened with pleasure to the explanation of the project
by Mr. DeCosmoa. He did not think
anything more could be said in regard
to tho matters touched upon by him.
He had tho pleasure of assisting the
act of incorporation through parliament', and had boen assured by Sir
John A. Macdonald that although the
government of Canada oould not see
their way at the last session to grant
to tho road the usual subsidy of §3,-
UOO per mile, it would be given at an
early date. He had little more to say
beyond moving the following resolution :
That the early construction of the
Victoria, Saanich and New Westminster Railway, as explained by the
president to-night, is a matter of vital
importance and an urgent necessity to
the people of Victoria, and that this
meeting pledge itsolf to support by
every means in its power the early
c instruction and completion of the
aforesaid railway.
AU. Goodacre seconded the resolution, which waa declared duly passed,
amid prolonged cheers.
Mr. M. W. T. Drake thought thatlt
was an apparent fact that a railway
was au advantage to any countiy. [Ap-
pinnae] If Victoria was to lead in
progross Victorians would have to
utnulnto tho actions of New Wostminstor. Much had been said of late in
regard to tho non-calling of the China
nteamors. No action had been taken
howover, but nuw a project was offered which would materially shorten the
time botween'Victoria and the mainland. It lay with tho peoplo of Victoria to say whether or not they would
Hot in either of tho schemes proposed;
by guaranteeing tho interest on tno debentures amounting to $20,000 a year,
or to lako stock in the proposed road.
Ho took pleasure in moving the following resolution :
That tho citizens of Victoria assembled in public meeting hereby approve
of aud endorse the notion of tho municipal council ot Victoria in framing bylaws for the purpose of granting aid to
the Victoria, Saanich and New Westminster Railway Company.
Dr. Milno in seconding the resolution said that he thought the proposed railway ahould receive the aid,
not only of the city, but of tho Dominion and provincial governments. Ho
did not think tho construction of the
Victoria, Saanich and New Westminster railway would prove in any way
antagonistic to tho Canadian and
Western railway. Ho was afraid,
however, that Viotoria would have to
wnit too long for railway connection if
she waited for the Canadian Western.
Tho resolution was declared duly
carried.
ROYAL GRANTS.
Liberals and Radicals Kick up a
Considerable Row Over the
Royal Grants.
Wholesale Purchase of American
Companies by English Capitalists. Latest Scheme.
Tlio Imperial Government Signs
the Contract for the Fast
Pacific Service.
The 31st annual meeting of the
Canadian Press Association will be
hold in Toronto, on July 10th, Tho
oxcuriion thii year will bo to St. John
via the new short line.
The wool and carding mills of John
Moody & Sons, Ridgotown, Ont, wore
burned Thursday. The flour mills
wero also scorched.
THE ROYAL GRANTS.
London, July 13.—Tho new radical
party is asserting itself more and
more. Division after division on the
prevailing questions has given it an
opportunity to do thia. Although a
unit with the liberal party on tbe Irish
and other questions of local economy,
it goes further on democratic lines in
dealing with matters which directly
concern the royal family. Oo the.
vote relating to the appointment of a
committee on Royal Grants, Mr.
Labouohere and Mr. Bradlaugh let the
meetings, as they have been humorously styled, into the lobby opposito
lo Mr. Gladstone's adherents. Mr.
Lnbouchere's motion that the committeo be endowed with power to summon Sir F. Ponsonby, and other
managers of the queen's affairs, before
it and compel tbe production of her
majesty's private accounts, although
resisted by a strong speech, Mr. Glad*
stone obtained the big minority ot 136
votes. This is the greatest minority
yet reached in debate on royal grants.
All indications are that the party of
pronounced republication principles,
and the constant practical expression
of these, will have a great and immediate future just as soon sb the Homo
Rule question is settled.
RAILWAY AND SUGAR.
London, July 13.—No credence is
given here to reports of rate cutting
by the Grand Trunk and the market
for American railways is steady. Beet
root sugar is quoted buyers 19s; sellers 22s.
ANOTHER SYNDICATE.
London, July 13.—The Ohio Steel
Co , of Cleveland, Ohio, has been organized into an English Company with
a capital of £900,000. The shares of
tho new company have been offered to
the public through the Trustees, Executors and Securities Insurance Corporation. The issue is divided into
£300,000 first mortgage debentures.
£300,000 at sight per cent and £300,-
000 ordinary stock.
WILKIE COLLINS DVINO.
London, July 12.—Wilkie Collins
haa suffered a relapse and is becoming
rapidly weaker.
STRIKING   RAKERS,
Berlin, July 12. — Journeymen
bakers to the number of 2000 havo
gone out on strike.
CANADIAN MARKSMEN.
London, July 12.—The Canadians
aro doing well at Wimbledon. Four
are high up in the queon'sat 300 yards
aud will shoot the next stage, namely,
Rulston, with 93 points; Armstrong,
88; Jamieson and Ogg also made the
highest score, 68, in Windmill. Mo*
Vittie has not shown hia old form yet
There are excellent prospects for a
Canadian victory in the Kolapore next
weok.
THE FAST SERVICE.
London, July 12,—Incomplete rumors having been current respecting
tho new mail contracts, I may state
that the British postmaster-general has
juat signed a contract with the Canadian Pacific for a fast monthy China*
Japan service. A few formalities only
are now necessary to enable the contract to be laid on the table of the
house of commons, thus completing
the negotiations which have been so
protracted, and at one time seemed
hopeless. The present gratifying condition of affairs is now taken to indicate that the Canadian authorities
have been ablo to satisfy the imperial
government of the certainty of a fast
Atlantic service, thus ensuring an unbroken expreu connection between the
old country and tho east The order
for the new Pacifio steamers will
ahortly be given, and it is expected
arrangements will be speedily completed when Mr. Anderson arrives
from Canada, for floating a company to
undertake the new Atlantic and the
Australian mail service,
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Abonuaof $25,000 for the Port
Arthur and Duluth Westorn Railway
waa oarried Thunday in Port Arthur
by a large majority. Work begins
immediately,
On Tuesday night miscreants set fire
to a gas well near Ruthvcn, Ont,
with a flow of 1,000,000 gallons per
day, and all efforts to extinguish the fire
proved futile. AU buildings near the
well were consumed.
Sarah Jaok son, of Windsor, Ont.,
died Thursday morning. Mrs. Jackson is credited with being the oldest
woman in Canada. It is claimed that
she is 10!) years of age. She went to
Windior 52 years ago, and her daughter is 62 yoars old.
The arbitration case, at Dalhousie,
N.B., of the Oanadian Pacific against
the queen has advanced another stage.
Tho following has given evidence: R.
Marpole, who had charge of the operation and maintenance of the mountain
division; H. J. Gambia, O.E., now in
the employ of the oompany; Mr. Wellington, editor of the New York Engineering News, and Sanford Fleming.
The testimony of all the witnesses wu
very damaging to the government,
that of Mr. Fleming especially so, the
latter stating that the government bad
contemplated building a much better
road than constructed. Government
counsel stoutly protested against the
admission of the evidence of Messrs.
Marpole and Fleming on the ground
that it was evidence to be given in
chief, but the arbitrators received the
evidence, and reserved to the government the right to recall Sir Charles
Tupper and Sir Joseph Trutch, chief
Engineer Schreiber and others. Christopher Robinson, Q.C., has left for
England, where he will consult Tupper and Trutch about the matter.
Meantime the case stands adjourned
to meet on the 18th of next month at
Toronto.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'jCastoria THE   DAILY   COLUMBIAN
fOBLISHgD
Every Afternoon except Bumiaj,
BT THE
SC-EJ-N-NMaiDTrT        B^OTHMKS,
in tho matter of marriage iu isolated
communities, according to M. lluth,
to disprove the assuniptiou that
physical degeneration ia fikely to result from tho practice. An investigation into n number of unions between uncles nnd nieces, nephews
nnd aunts, and cousins in the first
and second degree, givca un average
of children rather above tlian below
the genera] average, though this is
attributed to some extent to tbo
com para lively early ago nt which
such unions aro generally contracted. Breeders state that tho results
of thoir experience arc markedly in
favor of consanguineous unions between healthy woll-bred animals,
Union;; between men or animals of
widely dilforont varieties, on the
other hand, have n decidedly injurious elli'ct on the ollspring, nnd beyond a certain limit arc almost ab
solutely sterile. Mulnttoos and tbe
half-breeds of India mul America
are striking examples of tins deterioration to wliich such radical disparity gives rise. The groat point
to bear in mind, it is said, is
that the union of individuals
with the same morbid tendencies intensifies the taint, nnd
lhat, too, quito irrespective of uny
consun'-niiioity. The moral, according to tin" author, is that tbo reasons
wliich led to the prohibition of mar
riages within certain degrees of relationship nro social, and not physiological.
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If Victoria has ceased to bo recognized as British Columbiu, it is
not tho fault of her enterprising
citizens, but tho result of circumstances that iu their naturo were
outsido of control—principally the
recent rapid growth nnd development of othor cities and sections of
the province. But tbo "sad city by
tho straits" is determined to ho sad
no longer. It has wiped its figar-
• atively-speaking weeping eyes with
a metaphorical handkerchief, shaken
off its proverbial drowziuess, and is
"pulling out" to save entrance money
at any rate, with n vim and got-
there-ativenoss that should win tho
sympathy and admiration of the entire audience. Tho ratepayers of
the capital city about two months
ago passed a couple of by-laws, for
an olectric street railway and street
and bridgo improvements respectively, aggregating SS5-000. Such
small niouthfuls wero made of these
loan meusures, that now four new
by-laws, calling for a total sum of
55170,000, havo been passed by the
enterprising aldermen and a wo it the
fiat of the patriotic tax-payers on
tho 23rd of July instant. The total
of $170,000 is apportioned by tho
four by-laws as follows; 870,000 for
"completing the now 16-inch main
and for extending the water works;"
§60,000 "for tho extending of the
general distribution of tho water of
tho water works ;" £25,000 "to improve and beautify the public pleasure grounds;" and §15,000 "for firo
department purposes." It is not
certain, but probable, that the ratepayers will take the samo view of
these by-laws as the men whom they
have elected, and have lately decided
to pay, to run tlie city, But this is
not all, und wo have only space hero
lb hint at tho large pecuniary coaxing that tho people of tho island
metropolis are contemplating with
perfeet equanimity giving to various
railway schemes—notably tho Vic*
toria, Saanich it Westminstor and
tho Oanadian Western—that shall
bridge the gulf for tbem and
make their city tho practical terminus of all tho railroads on earth,
Its well us of tho proposed air lino to
tho moon. Seriously, wc are glad
to seo our Victoria friends manifesting such a wide-wake disposition,
aud particularly in the niatter of tho
Victoria, Saanich & Westminster
Railway. They should be encouraged.
Professor King, tho leronaut, gives
interesting accounts of obstacles in
tlie way of tho upward progress of
tho air ship. Snow is a great obstacle. It gathers on the balloon
and weighs it downward. Tho
clouds aro sometimes as much as
3,000 foot thick. Ofton even abovo
such a body of cloud may bo seen
smaller clouds with clear spaces in
between. When within ono of these
spaces tho sensation is described as
thut of being in a vault. In Professor King's own interesting description : "With the solid snowy clouds
abovo you and tho smaller clouds
around you, being by perspective
brought close around, it appears as
if you wore in a cavern. I have
been abovo the clouds during a snow
storm, nnd tho light of tho moon
shining so brightly through tho
rarefied air produced nn illumination rather supernatural. I have
very frequently pat-sod through
frozen clouds. This is whore vapor
lias fallen bolow lho freezing
point and been concealed into a substance resembling flour in appearance, This falls, and in doing so
reaches a higher temperature, where
tho small particles are aggregated
into Unices of snow. Somo clouds,
however, present very much the appearance of ti veil, and objects on
tho earth can bo distinctly discerned
from a position nbovo them. 1 have
never known of an instance in which
u balloon was bit by lightning. Tho
thunder does not make a porceptibly
greater noUo than when you tiro on
the ground. Tbe sound proceeds
from the- upper layers of clouds, as
does also tbo ruin j and in many
oases, when the lower strata appear
very violent, perfect quiet thero
reigns except for such motion as is
produced by the rain falling through
from above. Tho upper currents
aro most active, and a cyclone or a
wind storm is perhaps produced according as thoso uppor currents descend to or remain abovo tho earth,"
Tho author of a recent work on
consanguineous marriages calls attention to tho curious ideas which
have boon generally received in ref-
erenoo to the infooundity of nnd
physical degradation consequent on
marriages betweon thoso related by
blood. So far as tho data givon may
be trusted—aud, observes a medical
journal, it is hardly to be supposed
that the author holds a brief on tho
opposite side—thorn is stated to bo
absolutely nothing to show that such
marriages nro lacking in fertility or
tbat thoy nro peculiarly liable to
give issue to dowrmocl or diseased
offspring. There is no lack of instances of enforced consanguinoity |
A Chicago despatch recently Btated thit a number of wealthy Irish
Americans had been taking council
together and had determined to
fonnd nn J rish-American republic
and equip it with un army, a navy
and all the belongings of a fully
Hedged state. At present it is not
decided where the new republic shall
be set running, but prospectors nre
to bo sent out, north, south, east,
nnd wost to find a suitable locality.
Lower California has been spoken of
as a likely spot, but Canada, Chili,
Pern, and Mexico aro to bo prospected. It is understood that Mexico is willing to dispose of Lower
California or a neighboring state for
a consideration, with the privilege
of establishing a now Irish republic
therein. But Canada is viewed
with favor its a thoati'o for the operations of tho ready nation-makers.
The idea would appear to be, in conjunction with tlie French-Canadians,
who tire .just now talking loudly
about a separate Franco-Canadian
nation—some sneakers lately in
Quebec haying got to the length of
invoicing the Pope's blessing on the
new concern, which already exists
in their minds—to eventually form
a Franco-Irish republic which shall
dominate the Dominion, and run nil
dissentients into the sea. There arc
doubtless elements in both races
which would coalesce most happily
in such a coin in on wealth us has been
mooted, nnd, with tho blessing of
his holiness tbo sovereign pontiff-—
which would bo earnestly coveted
end willingly vou-Jisafed—to what
heights, breadths and depths of national development might not the
combination republic speedily attain.
But what will panada say? And,
undoubtedly, the Dominion will
lmve to be consulted.
NEW WESTMINSTER
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ANOTHER CARLOAD
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THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
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more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
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Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
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Dooi'ti.    Fn-aiM'-s,    Windows,
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PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WOBK.
Piano Tuning!
Mil. .1. I!. HNI.AYAON, from llroml-
wniul A Kouk, Iiomlnii, Knutuiul, unit
Hli'inwuy AHiniK, Now Yiirlt, now iiLUar-
ti'r-ii Ttiiniilo of Mimic, Viiiimiiivi'i', will
iitti'ii.l to (inli'i'N loft Hi Mr./.oil. M. Hall's
Kloi-OtHew Wt'Rfmliinit-r. Tunlnu.S.'l.
iljly-liiil
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to'olo
miflMDHRS .Wlfitt HK ItKomvBU UP
MONMAY- l.-.tlnlnTof.lnlj'- IHHflfnt
iloek n. in., for Icinltnt' U)thoCor|)nr*
ut Ion of the Miiiitnlpiilltyof Ohllllwliiiek
tlio Nil tn of J2.titiii.ini, fi'ciin'il on tlolioiHnrcH
iiiulor tlio Minili'l'MilUy l/iim lly-luwof
iBKti. TltcNoiii'in-iiiint'H lira for 8200.00oftolt
ami nnrry Hcv.n per pool, pernni.-mi !n*
toriiNt. Tomti l'i tuny ho for miy portion of
lho lonn.
Tho hit-lie--! nr nny toniti-r not niioc-i*
bu rl ly iii-oi!nt ril.
Ten-lorn In ho nddrpflnail to lho (Jlcrlt of
tho Mnnl-ifml Ctiiiimll of Clitlllwlmolt,
DalodLlilH 87111 ilny of Juno. A. I). 1880.
dwJt-J8id
- ui   .nun', ;\. ir, ,
H. OAWIjKY,
Heovo.
fi
asronriCB.
OTIOK IS HRUEHY OIVWN THAT
,    I hiloiul muklni'iipi-Ui'iitlon in lln-
Jonmtrnhlo the Chief CoimnlsHloner of
l.umld ami Worta* for portnlaaloti to ioiiho
tlio foitowlni* tlouonbod triiola of iwuli
I. (-Diniiii-iii'lii|:-it.!islnko Hitniili-il kohIIi
of a lnlto lyingontitof DoepBuy-Dnnoln*
tlon Koimilj 11111111111* llinneo ;ii) rlmini-
soutli, 1 lionet) till elinlns onnt, Ihonco m
(•hntiiH north, thonco 20 oltaliifl oimt., iiu -mm
-to olmliiH nortii. thonco DO oIiiiIoh west,
thonni liiolitiliiH north, thenoo lfl chntns
west, thenoo W otinliiH bowMi, thonco 40
chnlns woat j llionoo lo pointof commoiieo-
mont. , ,
•2, Cominonciiu-nl 11 post, nt, tho month
of ullUlflHlrnamMclmlnn south of Tlhlm
I'olnt, Hnzn InIiiihI; rnniilii« thenco went
10 olinhiN, south 21. chnlns, west IK i-lmliis,
floiitti21olialnf)t went '20 chains, nm-lli V2
OlinlUS- wont 12 olinlmi, nortii '21 etinlnn,
wost 8 chiiliis, north (I cliiilii.-;, w<-.'t 72
I'linlns, north 21 ehuiiiH, rust 21 ehulns,
soiilli lilithnliis, qasb 00 oluiltiK, 110.H1 20
(-hntiiH, oanl '2ft i-litiiim to flhorc, tliouco
nloug Khoro to plnoo of commonoomont.
IIKNHY V. EDMONDS.
July 0,1880, . • iljlyliml VOITJMB -VII.-Nfl.
LET THEM WHISTLK
Dr. Talninge Disoouraos on Familiar and Homely Thomos.
It is a prevalent notion that a propensity
to wiiistlomidlcates on indolent or trivial
lwluro-writoB Rev. Dr. Talmago in tho Chicago Times. When wo oro indulging in it hy
soUlonuyanil somo ono meets us wo stop
choi't, snapping tho whistlo in two, aa
though wu had bcou doing smoothing
tlii-roputablc. Thero ia nothing moro
healthful thnu this exercise, Iho faculty haa hcou granted to thoso of us
who can not sing much. Though wo might
loao our way In a tuno IE wo attempted
tho pustoraary soprano or bass, wo
revel In lho Bounds which, without
nny skill, rush with tho bronth through tho
contracted lips. Grumblers seldom, il over,
whistlo, Tho art is loft only for tho hlitho
aud cheerful. Whether it is tho whistle
that makco tho good cheer, or tho good
cheer that makos the whistle, .wo havo now
no.Umo to analyze. This kind of music is
un inspiring accompaniment of work. Let
two masons bo busy ou lho scaffolding,
their strength aliko, their hods and trowels
alike, tho ono who whistles will bettor sot
the bricks arid roar tho truest wall. Do not
rob us of nny of our helps. What tho
world wants is an augmentation of diver-
Blona and entertainments; not less skip
nnd romp and < curveting, but moro. God
has no obioctlona to it or Ho would not IIU
tho kitton with ploy and tho lamb with
frisk and tuo dog with' facetious bark, nnd
send tho night wind around tho gablo,with
mouth full of whistle.
Wo know not why women with all thoir
cares ahould ho denied tho exorcise, and
yctanungallantrhymo has for ages forbidden it.   Do toll us   something  that
v/oinoh may do! You do not want thom to
akato or lecturo or preach or walk too i'nst
or laugh very loud, and you finish your
' loinr list of prohibitions by saying:
-- Whistling fjiris and crowing nens
Always como to some had onfl."
Thoro aro times in a woman's lifo when
a psulm-tuno doos not seem particularly appropriate and a carol seems too formidable
to attack—tho former is too gravo nud tho
latter too jubilant—and nothing on earth is
consonant with tho circumstances but a
whistle. That privilege shall not bo denied
if wo havo any thing to say ubout it,
| Boon after going ou board a steamer wo
noticed a littlo pewter instrument that hung
to the hoatswaln'n jacket, On such a simple thing you would not suppose a man
could mako moro than ono or two sounds,
but that littlo instrument con play a hundred tunes, and at its call cables, cordage,
rigging, sails, colors, boats and anchor respond, and tho crew Hy swifty from
fc hummock to capstan and from capstan
ratlin. After eight days of head
\ wind wo heard tho boatswain's long,
I keen, resounding whistle. It moant that
tho wind had changed and tho sailB must
go up, Thoro was in that pewter whistlo
more music than in any har&wohave sinco
heard, aud when it foil down again from
tho boatswain's lips wo re-examined it
to eoo whoro all that chirrup undgloo of
sound and shrillness of blast could hide
themselves. Thus wo sail on in life, and
sometimes in tho teoth of a hoad
wind, nud it is tough navigation.
Our whistle, dangling to cur neck,
r.ccma of no uso. Every thing is
against us, but after awhile thero is a
chango in tho moon, and tho wind lhat was
advereo wheels around aud into our favor.
Thou wo tako up our whistlo and, all hautis
on dook, tho sails arise and the port looms
up in tho distance. Ifut such a tiino'wo
mttko more nolso with our mouth than wo
ought to chargo it to tho boatswain's
whistlo.
So, also, wowouid bo less hard ou all
kinds of frolicsomoncss. Forlustaucc,haz-
iiig at college ia to bo reprehended, but it is
no worso now than it has always been,
It sooms that somo timo ago tho students
o f u college disarranged tho storo Blgns, Injured street lamps, sang discordant songs,
and disturbed tho vlllago until n committeo of tho citizons waited upou tho mayor.
and u largo group bf tho young mou wero
arrested, takcu boforo tho authorities,
Ihrcatoucd with tho penitentiary, and
their name* telegraphed throughout
tho land. Peoplo say: "What aro
our colleges coining to?" and "What
a generation of wayward youug
men aro marching on to tako possession of
our institutions I If staid, orthodox, solid
colleges do so, what may wo expect of institutions, reckless and bntl-palyiuiolio 1''
My friends, there ia uo cause of alarm;
tlio boys aro doing just what their
fathers and grandfathers did beforo them.
As long as rcanrcmemborl was shown
tho placo on tho roof of tho college
building whoro ono bright morning
thero wore found a load of wood
aud a mulo attached to tlio load, nil
raised to that bad ominenco by the
miphomoro class during tho night—somo
of tho men engaged in the achievement
afterward Senators of tho United States
und doctors of divinity. I reprehend tho
young men who in Princeton put an undertaker's sign on an apothecary storo, und I
■ chide thorn to bo inoro careful, whilo at tlio
some timo I givo it as my opinion that thoy
sometimes havo overheard the recital in
some minister's study, or lawyer's offlco, of
tho college pranks in which their fathers
and grandfathers participated. Boys wlll'bo
boys—that is, boys that turn out good for
anything. Whilo I sot myself against all
youthful mischief, as overy ono must, and
suggest that whon these young uion sing at
uight ns far as possible thoy confino themselves to ohurch tunes and rotlro at ton
o'clock in tho ovening, punctually, nevertheless parents should not imagine that all
lalost becauso thoir sous aro sometimes a
littlo frisky, ind publio officials ought to
be lenient in their chastisement. These
yonng men do not need a cell in tho penitentiary, ns I nave soon it hinted, but they
need a private talk by some kind old man,
judge or professor, or collcgo president,
who will put his spectacles up on His
forehead and take tho young man by the
baud and loll him of the great posslbUitloi
that aro open before industry aud sobriety
aud of tho griof that his ill behavior will
bring to parental hearts bo anxious for
his welfare, and thon say; "That 13
all, my son," But this throwing our-
f-clvos buck on frigid dignity and in uiarci-
loss condemnation of tho present, as
i though the past had all tho virtue and all
f tho honor and all the propriety, is ann3-
sumption hypocritical and unjustifiable
Now I am resolved, and will you, kind
reader, join mo in tho resolution, to bo in
good humor with men nnd women, boys
nud girls, ond sweeten our judgments. If
people want to whistle lotus join in tho ox*
orclso, and if hoys will bo boys, lot us not
conclude they aro going to ruin.
Wo know peoplo so gonial that thoir faco
is olways full of suushino aud thoro is no
night thoro. Whon thoy havo troublo wo can
scarcely toll whether thoy aro crying or
laughing. Tho wavo of tears dashing
against ti bank of smiles. But thoro nro
others who aro oxplosivo and gunpowdery
under Blight provocation. Thero is such a
thing (who would havo thought itt) as a
snappy editor. Whon you enter his editorial rooms he doos uot look up for a long
while. You stand with your hat in hand,
thinking what a luxury it would bo to bo
asked to sit down. Whilo youaro meditating tho best way of attracting his attention ho suddenly looks ovor his shoulder
and spits out! "What is Iti" Thoro is a
Hash in tho oyo and a vouom in tho tone
that you fool yoursolt a villain, though
previously you had supposed yourself honest. Beforo you get through tolling him
whnt you want ho is at another editorial,
nml ho dually puts you off by tolling you
ho can not attend to you now. You back
out with apologies for interruption, but inwardly resolving that you will novor risk
your life again In an editorial sanctum.
Thoro is bucIi a thing as a snappy railroad
conductor. When ho anuouuees tho name of
u depot ho bites off tho first letter und the
last syllable It is at your peril you ask
him the namo of tho next placo. While
you aro deciding in which of your eight
pocket :i you put your ticket, ho gapes upon
you dovourlngly, as much as to say: " 1
havo you now; you expected to got
a rido without paying for It, oh?"
If you venturo to tell him that the
cai* is vory cold, ho will freeze "you
DAttiV mvmU OOUMttANl NEW WESTMINSTER B.-0,, -TTCY 15, 1889,
Tf you nik hltn why there Is no water
on tho train, UO will throw over-you tho
wet blanket of a curt reply, and that Is
water enough. Ho is snappy lo Uio old
lady who Is too long in getting off, ami the
old gentleman who is too long gelling on;
snappy nbout whero you may set your feot,
snappy about whero you sot your valise.
Before many miles all tho passengers fool
Lho contagion from having boon bitten by
such a niinppy disposition, and so they get
snappy, too.
You havo noticed, furthermore, the
snappy merchant. After you have asked
Tor a certain kind of goods ho halls before
ihowlng them, as muoh as to say: "Do you
■colly want to buy! or uro you among those
who do nothing but go a-shopplng, and are
you going to tako up my tamo for nothing?" Uo talks over tho counter in exasperating monosyllables. When you point
out n defect in tho fabric, honsks: "Do you
expect to find anything perfect undor tho
"*   Whilo you aro meditating whether
oi* not you had hotter tako tno goods, ho
saya: '' You need uot havo it i f you don't
want it." As you quietly suggest that yon
saw Bomothing a littlo cheaper at lho uext
storo, ho howls nt you: "Go thoro and
got it." As you go out ho slams tho door
after you, und you go down Uio street
with irritations all over you just because
you camo iu coutact with a shoppy merchant.
(Suavity iu au art that wo all need to cultivate, it pays to bo a gentleman or a
lady. Porcupines uro lit for nothing but
museums. Most of us need to liavo a
smoothing-iron run over our temples.
Many peoplo get up a rod heat at a moment's notice and do not always cool off so
quickly. Somo aro liko hot journals, on
tho railway cars—a littlo friction, and lo!
thoy are ou lire, aud it takes ico and salt
and waste and timo to get things running
smoothly; aad then there is no uaying
whon they will be on Uro again. If wo
had more of tho spirit of Him concerning
whom it is said: '-Graco is poured into
Thy lips," we would all ceaso beingsnappy.
WOMAN'S ADAPTABILITY.
How a Number or Now York Qlrls Make a
Comfortable LIvJ-***.
The woman barber is not unknown in
New York, nnd has conspicuously failed, as
sho deserves lo, but, says the Kew York
Tribune, tho woman hair-dresser of tho
other woman's hair is not ao much talked of
and yot doos a successful business. Thero
uro several women in this town who mnko
a good living by washing, shampooing,
cleaning, oiling, combing and caring for
the heads and hair, of their fellow women.
Women who know the discomfort of having
to wash their own hair, unassisted, appreciate tho services of a skillful hair-dresscr
of this kind, and thoso who can afford it
and yet can not keep a ladies' maid do not
grudge paying woll for it. Especially is
her practised hand in demand in rearranging tho sometimes inextricably tangled
locks' of women who aro recovering from
long illness, whon tho wholo scalp is soro
from tossing to and fro on tho pillow, and
tho nerves aro too unstrung to bear tho
awkwardness of well-meaning but uu
skillful attendants or friends. Then it is
that tho professional hair-dresscr is welcomed und her geutlo stroking ami deft
lingers are mora soothing than irritating to
tho patient,
Then tboro is another large class of young
women whoso parents prefer lo keep them
at homo, rather than havo thom accept any
regular salaried position outside, and yet
aro not unwilling that they should earn
cnoughmoney to clotho themselves. Theso
are tho people who take iu sewing of ynri*
ous kinds at such cut-rates us to make Uio
lifo of tho regulnr sewing girl ono long
light for bare lifo. But iu turn thoy havo
given riso to another trade for women—Lhat
of teacher of tho different kinds ol work tho
bigshopsgivo out. For instance, teachers
of Uio art of nccktio making go from house
to houso instructing youug girls how to
make ibis ornamental malo attire in such
styles aa tho factories that givo out tho
work require. After tho art is learned it is
poor pay enough, but tho teaching of it com ■
inands a fair price,
All thoso instances, of course, aro only
indications'oi how woman's wit and adaptability iu proving of practical benefit to her.
Fow of theso pursuits enumerated admit of
much crowding. Not many could make a
living in any ono of tbem. Yet thoy arc
pointers, showing that so long as lho field
bo open at ail, woman is inventing and wilt
continue to invent new methods, peculiarly
her own and suited to hor capabilities, oi'
reaping and sowing therein.
GREAT   LAVA   FLOOD,
How tbo Colnmbla Rlvor Mnlcoa I(*- Way
Tluoii{-H tiio Oascatlo fimigo.
Tiio central and eastern parts ef Oregon
are a vast bed of lava, which covers, according to Prof. La Conto, botween 200,000
and 800,000 square miles of territory. It is
probably the most extraordinary lava ilcod
in tho world. Commencing in Middle California as separate streams, in Northom
California it becomes a flood flowing over
and completely montoling tho smaller inequalities, and flowing around tho -greater
Inequalities of surface, while in Northern
Oregon and Tacoma it becomes nn absolutely universal flood, beneath which the whole
original face of the country, with ita hills
nnd dales, mountains and valleys, lies
buried several thousand feot. It covers
lho greater portion of Northern California
and Northwestern Nevada, nearly the wholo
of Orogon, Tacoum and Idaho, and runs far
Into Montana on tlie east and British Columbia ou tho north.
This enormous matter evidently arose
through Assures, and flowed until tho
streams or masses met, forming an almost
continuous sheet. Tho Cascado raur-o of
mountains seems to have boon a source of
immense overflow.
Tho area covered by this over/low cau net
bo loss than 100,000 square miles, with an
nvcrago thickness of nbout 2,000 feet, but
huving a thickness in somo places of 8,T00
foot, Tlie statement, which seems an extraordinary oue, (is sustained by the extensive observations of Prof. Lo Conto.
Tho Columbia river cuts through tho Cascade raugo in a gorge a hundred miles in
length, wilh perpendicular cliffs. Tho cascades of the river are at tho axis oT the
range, aud lho cliffs hero aro 2,500 to 8,800
feet abovo the river surface, and aro composed of lava, tier upon tier, from top (o
bottom. Considering surface erosion, 4,000
feot 13 i-ogardod ns a moderate estimate for
tho original thickness of the layir flood at
this placo.
But tho entire thickness of tho lava has
been cut through, and the surfaco revealed
ou which tho flood was originally formed.
Hero, at tho river's surface, underlying the
mountains of lava, are remains of ancient
forests and ovidoncoa or interesting geological changes,
There occurs at tho river's edge, and
nbont fifteen feet upward, a layer of courso
conglomerate; on this, a layer wliich appears to have beon a dirt-bed, or olfl-ground
surfaco. On this surfaco woro found two
ailiclflcd stumps, with their roots spread
out, ono of which was two feet in diameter,
tho roots reaching over an area twenty feet
in diameter. Trunks of other trees wero
seen. Over this was a layer of stratified
sandstone, with beautiful impressions of
loavos of soveral kinds of forest trees. Upon thia Hob about ono hundred feet of conglomerate, resembling drift, in (ho bottom
of which wore found trunks and branches
of oaks and conifers. Upon tho conglomerate tho lava lies in columnar masses to a
hoight of 11,800 feet,
Tho geological ago of the wood and loaf
hearing stratum la believed to be miocone,
or iniddto tertiary, and, if so, the lava flood
begun te occur duriug or after Uio niioccno.
Yes, the bench is a very good point from
which to observe human character* All
phases of lifo and imperfections of character
pass by nud wo seo lifo na would view a
panorama. Many curious-aud surprising
things como before us, nnd between diverco
suits, slander and damage suits, and. othor
kinds of litigation, tho conditions of social
and businoss life aro pretty woll portrayed.
First dismayed, lho judge soon learns to
view the scone in [-.composed mannci', aud
comes to lho general conclusion that there
is not so mueh bad ufler all, nnd thn!; thero
is a hind of equilibrium established by lho
good, bnd nnd indlfforont in lifo.
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Steam Bakery!
K. SMITH & CO.,
ESTABLISHED 1KB.
TJ   g
U.u.tinii'llim-.-'i.i- All Kllillsof
Bread, Cabs & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment lo Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, the Dominion Government. *te:
Medal nml Diploma awarded at tho Colonial nml Iiiiiliin Exlillilllon, London, 1880,
KAC,r0HY--N,hi'-';u-:i.S!., .Tmn*-s liny,
oi'T]C]':s~;.7K«ti'i. nt., vii'toviii, 11. c.
ilapfirnO
This Pine Townsito, at tlio Fresh-Water
Junction of tlio
Southern Mlw'y
■ WITH TUK	
llSllllifii
IU Si'lci Above Wrxln.i<i<m-r-
Hob jnrt been Surveyed, and llie Lot
ure for milo liy
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Ol' NKW Wi'-ST'ITSST!;!*, 11, C.
Tho advantttcea nnd prospect!! of tliis
Plot for a. future thriving Town are
mnny.
Tho Lnnd in the vicinity is good.
Thero arc inoxhailfitiblo IRON OKI'
DEPOSITS, of astlpbHor ipiality, immediately adjrtcdnfc. n* well an vast strata of
tho flneet BUILDING HAND and POT-
TKI1V CLAY.
On llio Toivimiki are a numbor of vain*
ablo MINERAL SPRINGS.
Coiwuunioation by hind uud water in
uUequallcil, by reason of tlie location of
tho TowiUjUo on the I'Viiwr ftlvor nnd
tho Settthoi'll Railway, while the natural
olovntioii and lay of tha laud oou uot be
excelled uu a situation for u line town.
The ground i.-i open and oloar of heavy
timber.
The sito ban boen selected us ono of
tbo meat important. Bttttlo-a ou tho
Southern Railway; nnd with tlm completion iif the road, in the nodi- future-
must- with nil its other advantagoa-
f-priii)! into pronilnoncii at oboe.
TiiOafl who apply early will have tho
pick ol tho Lotfi.
A olottV title given With every pur*
ehaao,
I'lu'tief. wishing lots ean apply as well,
oh the prcmiaoa- to
HENRY KELLS,
(linyllto PnovKiBTon.
W. C. LOYE,
Mnblo So., d h. Mater.
U-iin'ilMf- NiMij-  lioue.   tJurk*Sol«
Woi'lt n W)--":'i*lly.
.wroHicih promptly »ttondeil in.
('Ini-kK-Hi St., Inix-iu'i'f '.''..'.iii'il il'i-
iol,i](-xi.ioltiii)ii|iio--.'*.in<'.'. clnnltu
^■^^^3^3LOi*JjS»*.3££X--JES
DRESSMAKING
At SUSS JENNINGS',
(LATH OP EMtll-AMDJ
Cornei or Church anil Culumhia .Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
»»*Strtlfifacti.oU guaranteed,    dwfeTUi
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   aTHlSBT,
New Westminster, B. C.
BEtrBatlslaotloii uuRmnumil.      .iniiim-
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH MILK
Delivered imlly In t'nslotiicts In nil l'nrlN
iiCUm Oily.
Hotels ami rtostauraiits Mi|i|,llo.l nl. Spe-
Cllll Hull's UV Uio yi'iir.
lii-llvi'tt'ilii'Muikot Hales.
Orders left, nl M.  SlNUl.Ain's will Ue
promptly ntlenilc-ilto.
WKAVEll ti WOODWAKB,
illolifvl Proprietor*.
THE THOROUGH-HEED BrOKE-POQIS
JERSEY I1UI.I,,
"Governor WSoody"
WIllr-tiHKl for i-oi'vk-o tills Benson iUPpI-
hiini I miry. New Westmlnslnr, where the
lieniitltiii Let uf tliis siiiH-rlHiiihiinl enn bo
aeon and IhBpeciotl.
A lew calves for snle.   Terms reasonable.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
Ralph Booth, Proprietor.
Miinn-'cr, tlmyiuta
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANOTACTUttEIIB   OP
TSN, G0PPER&SWEET-IR0H
•tVKBSTKK'S RLOl'll (UP-STAlltS),
Fbont Stiikbt,       Nkw Wi'Stmiksteu.
HAVING .U'ST OPENED IN THK
iibnvo line, '.veri-Hpi-i-ir-illy solicit n
sliiu'o (if iho (milo, nml trust by careful
allimtlim toonieisanil imnt.r.ilc .-hiii::-'-.
to merit, the siuno. Experience*! workmen; sntl-fitetlon Kiini-aiitceit.
EstlmntesfUrnlsliedforGalvanlzad Irou
Cornice, Roofinp, Plumbing, Gas-fltllng,
Stl'iuu and Hot Water Ilealliif.', At.
BB* KnU'iinro tit premises on Mary SL,
In rear of Bank of B. C. dwmhttto
TO 8IIH18.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A ClOOD
CIGAlt, ASK FOE THU
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE
iHfThcy aro not only made of tlio
Choicest 'JTolMCCO but thoy nro of
Home Manufacture, nnd should bo
patronized by uil good citizens.
WM! TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
mir.tmomc Bifll.msri,
COLUMBIA STBEET,        HEW WESTMINSTER.
CHOICE
dromes
And PS0V1SI01S.
—AISO—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
liUNDBOHM'S BLOOK,
Columbln street,      Ke-r iveslmliuslcr.
noldwly
British OoliimMa's Exhibit
THE   COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO
prepare an Exhibit Irom Now Weatmlnater forthe
Toronto ImlHStrlnl Exhibition
IganxioiiHioaociu'o anoh a collection ns
will ill) ju-tic; in llie resources nf tbo city,
Anv |n'i-s-m In Ibe city orflscwlv ic who
tins', .n-e\|ii'itMlii hnve liefrtri' the dllloof
iiu- Exhibition ul'I'or.nitit.siietiiirllclesns
nr-'ili-etnt-il worthy of bi'iint exhllilteil,
w-iii confernfrtvor by optnmmiloatlnKiCiB
(■Don ns imssltile, wllli fioniM ineiiibcr of
thi-riiiiimlii.-o. All iirtletes taken for ex*
httittlim Will be i-iielicl ahd .vi-nt tll'l. ot
elm rue totho «*\liitiitor. 't'hc local eom-
milUe Is C'llilpiineitof the  foUiiwIllK'.'.cil-
tlomoni-
Fish AND GasU'-.I. A. Lalillnw, Ean,,,
Alex. Mwoii, Usq.,und P. O, Birrell- Esq.
Anuiotrt/ruiiAi. and Tloin'irin.TiJiiAL
PllQlHIOTS-Tlloa. Cunnln^hiim, Esq.- \V.
Wolfenden, Ek*).
MlNKUAI.!* ,\NI> MANUVAOTanES—J. C.
Brown. I3hii„ fi. V. Edmonds, Esq.
PnonuOTB ov tiik Foukht—Tl. Elliott,
Esq., J. B. Kennedy, Esq.- B.McNatr.Esq.
JOHN HENDTIY, Chairman.
1). ROBSON, Socrotury. dwjlyflml
nortb. BritlBli & Mercantile
FIEB
llllflfl
m u 8*3 it n 11'
OOMPANY.
Kli-i'AtSUSHEl) 1809.
rmiiiiii,   • 815,000,000.00
BiiiisorllioilCftulmll, ns nt, mst bso.,lfi8a,
31'2,-(I(U.NI.   Klre l-'unil mul Hoscrve, £]',-
_!%_% Not I'ronililmt, I8D*, s.-i,i)iii,niRi.
OF  LONDON.
ciiiiiini.   •   $)),7:i:i,(llo.o<)
_ ——■ »
11ATEH   AS   LOW  All   ANY  OTHEB
COMPANIIOH IIIIINCI   11U8INKB8
IN lUllTIBIlOOIiU'lBIA.
T. G-- J^.Q*CT*E!S
Agent for Now Westminster City
and Distriot. dje^ti*
W. BREDEMEYER, OR. PH.
'L'itoParUiorof John MuVieicei)
MINING ENG1NEEH, U.S. <S I'HOVIN-
L'lALHUUVKY'lll, A ASSA YIIU.
MASOWIU TBMPJil!   Bi-OCK,    VAHt'iUVCIt,
ue-Kelhihle nqiitils, iimli-r-'niitiiil Hiir-
vcysiuid inii|is of mines i-.-*i*eiiti'il iitl-m
I'iKe.'i. Assays miidu on nit lilmls of niln-
eiah;, I'lthl ami sliver bins. Thirty yi-iirs'
Dxperloneo In inlnlni* In Asia, Europe
ami United States of America. BpealtB
ten lanfiiiaues. Assays from a distunoc
promptly nttflUded to. Address Vancouvor, E C. ddoWto
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
OAWMILLOWKKHH, LOfifJEHH, mid
H others are notitte.l Hint onr steel
TilH-boiiI,
■ * T? ES **£• 3C O 9"
Will ho ready for worli nIjoiittlioMtli Inat.,
an.I wi- iirc in-i'|.:iii'.l In t-nli-r iiilu i'.iii-
tvacls ior nil lUnds ol lov.-im:, ll^hler-
hltf.Aa.
EVANS, OOI-EMAN A EVANB,
dmyStc Vnneonver, B. '.'.
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
o .A x& a* xi :&&' as
Temple of Music I
Is llio Pluee lo Buy FlrsWllnes
PIANOS ™ QRGftNS
Attiieh Pricea and Ternis as will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
Fur prices mid terms, apply to CAB*
Tl.R'ft TICMIM.I'i OF .MUSin,
Vancouver, K. ('.
280 Hiwllnga St. Wont. dnptoto
BRACKMAN & KER,
stANUcAOTuni-aa op
OATIV1EAL
By the Latest Improved Process,
if-jr ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
Mills ul IHnrlli Snanlili.
bri'IOE A WAllEltOUSK: Viclorln.
tlmhaguifi
f.LLMSi-aEl
880-332 COIIBOVA STliKW,
VAN€OVVEB.:B.Ci.
Importers mit] hetilera In
g^AOHSNEhy
OV ALL ni*SCHITIOK!i.
MARINE WqFk A SPECIALTY.
dwdnSOtc
Canaian Pacific Railway,
PACIFIC DIVISION.
Gen'! Superintendent's Office.
OWNERS AND MASTERS OP VES*
sola and other Craft navigating tho
riiiser River nre cant toned to keep will-In
the Buoys painted Red and White, re
spcctlveiy, nt Ihe Mlaalon'Bridge- ns dtir
IngtliooonstrUfltlon of tho Bridgo, imvi
Kaiion between lho biinku of the River
and the Buoys is ■liineii'-uuf'.owln-* to pile-
hoi eg driven there,
H. ABBOTT,
General superintendent.
Vancouver- B. O., 7(li May, 18B9.  dmyHtc
•isroTxaEt.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY UIVEN THAT
III) days after dam wc tntcml maliimr
nppllaatlon totlieOhlef Commlsalonoi'of
Lundfj.and Works for a lease for timber*
Ini* purposes of the following <tescribed
lanils, sltuiued iu ttnvwai-l Dis(rh*t, Van-
t-iniver Island:
Commencing nt it sialic placed on tho
wost Shore of a smalt lako duo soutli of
Lot a. snvivai'd District, about ono nitie
from south end of snld lake; tnence west
320 ehalns. tlu-n-'i'smilli uw chains, thenee
cast !*0 eliiiins, llience norlh 7:10 chains,
Uienci- west, ii'.'tl chains, Ihonee south U41J
ohalna, thonco cast (Jt) chains, more or
loss, ti) tho ahove-meiilioiied laleo, thenee
meandering nloug i-boro of said lake to
place of eoiniiieiieo.ment,-*eoiiliiinliiK about ilil.tWfl acres, more or less.
Royal city PlAniho M'lm.a Co. lid.
John i'lKsnuv, Miiuugcr.
NowWe.-itmhist.'i',.luim to, 1S3H.
dlljolm
- t. **3:, _m -
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
Bli'AI
fICASI
J. J. WILSON, - KAKAGER.
Rates, $1.00 and $1.50 por Bny,
ACCOJUV-NO TO HOOM.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OR Mill.
ea* Parties supplied with nil liliuls of
ICK-CREAM. llmjlro"
Dominion h
Ttt YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
) I'le-einption or for rent of Minin:* or
GraflUK Land, or hiiylii-* Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Govern*
"i HOT PAY CASH
But pay in ESCISC'CIP and save n
largo dlaoouuti
Serin onn bo obtuluod In large or small
quant il [cs from
ALIOWAY ft  CHAMPION
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OK  FltOM
TIIK BASK OP llltlTISIl COHIMBIA,
NUW WKSTMINSTER
'IwniMto
KS'l'ABIilSHKU IS511.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Ntinrly lljltjonlto the Ctiloiili'.! Hotel,
NKW WESTMINSTER.
mHE LAMEST AND  OHOI0BSI
X   assnrtiuont of nil rleseriiitlous of
MEATS AND VE8ETA8LES
ConaUiutiy on hand, and supplied to Fain*
■lice, Roataurrints, nnd Steamboats at tlio
LOWICST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Danaflian Pacific Bailway Co
VTOTICE lft HEREBY GIVEN THAT
iS   » duty c.-i'tiibii   plan, profile and
book of ri''.'i> I "f ih" Mi- Mm I'liiiiHi
of Mils Railway wen- deposited 111 tbo
l.iil-,il iti-i-ishy Otllce of llie Dlslrlct at
New Wesliiiiii'.l'-ioi. tin-171 h day of Juno,
1680i 11. ABBOTT,
General K u perl n ten dent.
Vancouver, B, (J.,27th June, 1880. dje2i)m
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry^achineWorks
mHE l'ROI'RIETOIW OF THESE
A works liave niiieli pleasure in notify.
hit; their friends umt lb'- public Hint tbey
are now prepurcil to reel ve and promptly
cxmiN-ai.v orders f-.r work In llielr line
with which they mny be favored,
A.MCE.-HI.VII.,
Mechanical Manager;
Vancouver, B.C., 8th Muy, 1888.
dwmyliltc	
W. R. AUSTIN'S
Hay & Fee^Market.
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Mr-wood, Bark,
Ac,       Ac..      Ae.
LEAVE  ORBEIW   AND   SETTLE  ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dmyggfe	
T.W. WINGER
DKALTER IN
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
BAH JUAN LIME
Always ln Slock.
Orders 10ft at tho O. P. N. Whnrf will bo
promptly delivered. dmhUOtc
Fii Hie late!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
£3T Hiyheat Price paid for Fitra and
Beor Hides,
Corrospoudeneo Invited, B*>,Teleuhono
Call N.o, fl. dJaSto
DOUGLAS STREKT
Foot ok Douglas Stubrt, Nkau
Coi.umiha Sturkt.
J, FEIUil'SOM,  PROPRIETOR
F
■RKSH   BREAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc,
Hotel and Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders   promptly attended to and
delivered Io any partof tlie city.   dmh28y
Con. Columbia ahd Churoh Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
iVtOnumenis, Headstones & Tablets
Iu Marble or Gmntloof llcst Quality.
CORNBIt    POSTS     AND    CURBING.
N, it—Just received—the ftnost assort*
mout of Scotiii tirnnllo Glonimidiia ever
se.-n   n Hritii-li Coluiiihta. which wilt he
old al iirirc'i putting compel IIlon unt of
ALEX. HAMILTON' Prop.
the qm
iH-Miihaiyl
TIME    CARD.
83.  2?>.   KT.  S3-_i.
Tho Flue Klrst-Class
Str. William Irving
Will I-envo tlie C. r. N. Co.'s Wlinrt,
*3*-T32Ii-2-   ■
Tuesday.Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AHD WAY PORTS.
Returning Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When BUfllolont  lnilueoTucnt, offers sho
will proceed to HOPE and on such
occasions will leave her whnrf
nt'ln. m.
Connectimr with thoO. P.N,Co,'flSteamer
for Victorin.
JOHN IRVINO, Manager,
T. r,. RIUtiGS, ARont,
Now Wesiniinslcr. dap8to
able!
-B-gESfc THE BTEAMER
W$M ROBERT DUNSMUIR
T HAVES WES'l'.MlNSTI-ltt every Mon*
Ij uny morning al " o'clock for Nanaimo, Via Vancouver, returning I'nosday,
via Vanoouvor;
Leaves WestmiiiHler every WednoKday
ui" a. in. for Nannimi- direct, connecting
with island railway aud Comos steamer.
I.cnves Nannlmo for Vancouver on
Thursdays ami Fridays and returns samo
days.
Leaves Nnnaimo on Saturday at 7 a. m.
for Westmlnater direct.
For freight or passage apply on hoard,
or to T. L, Ilit'ctria, C. P. N. wiinrf.     dtc
VICTORIA
' Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFF.tt roil BALB'l
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
TOH roill.TllY, *o.
Rice Meal,
FOR OATTLE PBElDi
dmh20m(J
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT ft SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses $c Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
E*3* REMEMBER, ray stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the. Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwte SI  Col-a.-a-i.-bla Street.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDINO, FBONT STREET)
_0_S_B_X_ze__B.   X2ST
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly ou Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Ooods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, &c.
TCZHN'S    Sb    BOTS'     SUITS.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN,  SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and  GENERAL STORES.
N. B.—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission.  t»s.Onlers
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. dwJeSto
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"Oo.;ori« i3 so weU-Jspted to ehUdren UKtl Cl»"«-1» ootm Me, Oo»*«-»*tlOT,
1 reeemmeuilltusuperlorto-tirpr-MripUou I Bear Stomjd., BtortaM, "J****™*^ ,„.
kuo-mtoiue."     H.A.A-BH.R.B.D.,        I BIlJ^eTO Sm-leep, M ***»-»*--«*
-l*Bfc(Wi*r48t,B-i)oltliB,».Y.   | WltLul ujurloo. modl-«ioo.
Tm Cm-TAliR CoBPiXT, 77 Murray Btrae*, N. T.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
yshvBstmtipioj
I IiIMXTUlD)
THOMAS AT.ISOP,
1IKXHY S. MASON.
CUVLER A. HOLLAH1),
■■■SAD (111 1(11:
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Slreet,
I/)N1)0N, ENG.
The Business of ALLSOP A MASON lies
been mor-jetl In tho nbovo Coni-jiiny mill
will be carried ou by tbe Compnny from
tbls duto ns n cencrul Lnnil Iuvestmeiit
nml Insuranue Agency.
MONEY 10 LOAN on Mortgage nt Low
Rules. Town Lots nnit Farming Lnmls
for Snlo ou easy terms.
Vlciorla, B. O., Mny 10-.H, 1187.  ilwjly5
Mainland Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Special Low Rates,
•hying and All hi. of Teaming
Done at Shortest Notice,
DrjConlwooil delivered to auy part of
tho City.
Orders by Telephono will receive prompt
attention.
©"■"-StnblCR nearly opposite C.P.R,Depot, Columbln St., NewWestmlnstir.
djallte      QILLEY BROS. Pbops.
STABLES,
Dallas Street. Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
PEOPBIBTOR.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HOaSES
for Hire, lltiok** cnll nt nl) Sloamors
nnd Trains. Spcclnl atlentloii given to
Hoard Ing Horses.
COHLAND WOOD
Constantly on Haud.
Orders may bo left at tho Oflloe of Mather*-A Mlllljrnn, Commission Meridian ts,
Front Street, Now West. dso21to
:.li,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
WISH TO INFORM THE FRO I-MS of
Now WcstmliiBler lhat they havo
re*openod tho storu lately occupied by
Messrs. Woods, Turner ft Gamble-, and
nro now prepared to execute till orders for
T.A.IXjO'RI'ETG-
A Ane line of Clothi Just rreccl veil,
con-tinting af nil the Latest De-
hIkiis from Enroponn Mnikrli
MR. J. A. McDOUGALL will altond to
tho cutting, nml Is n prncttcal nicehanio
of twelve years' cxporienco In tho United
States; also two years as foreman for
Messrs. Gregg it Son, of Victoria.
Satisfaction .guaranteed.
Colimbia Street, Opposite Bank of Montreai
new westminster.
djol.liiKl
HABB1SON BPSZNaS
-derated "^Tatex
(Direct from the Springs.)
ENDORSED BY HIGH MEDICAL AUTHORITIES, v
Tho above will bo delivered In New
Westminster twice n wcclt, Leavo ordors
with F. O. MCCARTNEY,
Commission Agent,
Douglas Bt., New Westmluster,   djly'ttc
NOTICE TOCONTRACTORS
SEALED TENDERS WILL BE RE*
ceived by the Trustees of tho Royal
Columbian Hospital Company up to noon
(if SATURDAY, uoili Jnly, for the erection and completion of a Hospital on Lot
4, Block 2, Suburbs of New Wenlminsler.
Eaeh tender must bo accompanlod by
nn acceptea hank chcqno for n sum equal
to live per cent, of the amount of the tender, made payable to the tinder*tgncd. In
tho event of a contract being let ilia
cheque will be retained as part security
for tbe due performance of tho work.
The cheque will be returned to unsuccessful competitors, hut will be forfeited
by any bidder who may decline to execute a contract if cal led upon to do so.
Plans and specifications can be soen
nnd forr.s for tender obtained at the oflice
of Clow A Maclure, architects, New Westminster.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted. W. H. KEARY.
Hon. Secretary,
Royal Columbian Hospital,
NewWesU,27thJuno,lB80.     dJeZTttl
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE   BARGAINS
 IN	
Suits tt Pants
Feed.LiveryiSaleBEBGS&HEABD'S
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
Wo nro soiling the best of
English, Scotch & French Goo<In
At prices away down Cheaper than
Ever.
Call and examine and wo aro satlt-Ooil
thnt you will buy boforo you loavo tho
store.  AU work guaranteed.
Also—Agenta for a now Invention for
Dress-cut ling that can bo used by a man
or woman nnd give a perfect fit.
dmhlyl W CelmtMa Stiett.
To k F«co, Cal,
BY WAY OF THE
X.IN*-.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
C-UIOKERH* TIME THAN ANY OTHER
ROUTE BETWEEN
CR-ND SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC OMIT
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CABS
For Accommodation of Seeond-OlaM Pu*
sengers, attner-ect to Express Trains.
Fare from Portland to Sacramento and
Son Fraiiclsoo-Unllmlled, US; Flnt*
class (Limited), tail; second-olut (Ll-
THROUGH TICKETS to all polnHSouth
City ofpick, No. 181 Cor. Flnt A Ald«
Streets;
Dki-ot Offiob- Cor. F A Front StreeU;
Portland, Oregon.
RKOEHLER, .    E. P. ROGERS.
Manager.      AntiQi F.« P.A'gi
..: DAILY BRITISH OOLUMBIAN, WW WEOTIHSTER, »■ 0., -TOY 19, i860,
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Salnrdny livening, July 1.1. 1889.
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NEWADVERTISEN-EMi-S fHlSDAY.
City Brewery.. .John W. Andrzejewski
Wanted Mrs. Beocher
Night boll nt tendance.—D. S. Curtis & Co. w*
Thero will bo a meeting of the Itifto
association on Tuesday evening.
All tho fnshionablo iced beverages, at
the "Hub," next the "Queen's."   *
Received to-day per express a lino
line of Smoking Jackets nt Ogle,
Campbell & Co's. *
The jury in the case of - Michael
HopkinB brought in a verdict of
"found drowned."
Messrs. Walker it Shadwell, of tbe
Bot) Marcho, are advertising their annual clearance sale.
Walker & Co. have Sapperton Lots
near New Hospital and Ross-Mac-
lareu Mills at old prices. *
The Bteamer Irving left for Chilliwack this morning with HO tons of
freight and 25 passengers.
- The usual Saturday practice of tho
N. \V. riflo association was hold nt
Brownsville this afternoon.
Hanson E. Keelor, aged 02, an old
timer, died at tho Royal Columbian
hospital on Thursday and was buried
yesterday.
See our cheap lino of Ladies' 4 buttoned Kid Gloves, black and colored—
ooly 50 cts. per pair, for cnali—at Jas.
Ellard & Co'a. *tc
The directors of tlio Royal Colum--
bian hospital are indebted to the ladies
'oft lie Methodist church for a large
basket of cakes.
Tlio steamer Kithet left for Victoria
thia morning with HO passengers, 20
tons farm produce, 00 tons merchandise and 124 head of cattle.
The subjects to bo discussed to-morrow at the Reformed Episcopal church
are: morning—"Man's Need"; evening— "Anathoma—Marantha."
There ia no sign of tho big sockeyo
run yet, and boats last night did not
average over 20 each. Spring salmon
were again running well hist night.
In tho Methodist church to-morrow,
Mr. \V. C. Hicks, of Vancouver, will
preach in tho morning and Rev. J.
Dyke, of Winnipeg, in tlie evening.
Sulphate of iron, sulphate of copper,
crude carbolic acid, coinkss fluid,
chloride of lime, fur disini feet ing purposes. Maophorson & Thompson,
druggists. tc"'
The services nt St. Marys, Sapper*
tn, to-morrow will be at 8 anil 10.30 a.
m. and nt 7 p.m. Tho Rev. F. A. G.
Eichbaum, of Malvern, England, will
officiate at all the services.
Tho steamer Rainbow returned from
Victoria this morning with the Orange*
men's excursion on board. The brethren all exprosn themselves as delighted
with thu trip and with the hearty and
hospitable reception they met with in
Victoria.
Customs Inspector Voting, of Winnipeg, hii-i boen made a commissioner
of police within tlie provinces of Mani-
tobi, British Columbia and the territories. Commander Gordon, of the
Acadia, bus received a similar appointment as commtiisioiior in any part of
Canada,
' Ib haa becu, decided that the annual
priKe meeting of the provincial Rifle
association will be bold at WestminBter this year, commencing on Tuesday August Oth. It is proposed by
the militia and N. W. Rifle association to give the visitors a good reception, and it it probablo a ball and pro-
sentatiou of prizes will be arranged.
Mr Joseph Wise, tho contractor
for tho Begbie Btreet improvements,
had a large force of men and several
teams at work to-day on the contract.
The work of filling in tlio street has
already commenced and Mr. Wiso
tends to hnvo tho whole contract completed by tlio end uf tho mouth. The
atreet will bo olosed to traflic on Monday.
Wild rumors woro flying round town
this morning to the uffuct tliat the str.
Adelaide had shuck a rock in English
Bny and sunk with all hands. Those
Billy repoitfl were flatly cunlradicted
about 11 o'clock when tbo Adelaide
camo into tbo harbor with a couplo of
scows in tow, and all hnnds safe and
well. The originator uf such reports
Bhould bo prosecuted.
Tlio Times says a message was re
ceived Thursday evening from Brack-
ttuiu & Kit's mill, Saanich, Htating
that a logger, wln<»e name could not
bo ascertained, waB severely crushed
iu the legs nnd budy, on Suit Spring
Island, by a huge lug rolling on him
Dr. McNaughton Jones' services were
engaged at once, and he immediately
left for the scene of tho accident.
A. O. Black, conductor nu the E. it
N. R. R., yesterday depnsitod §200
with Mayor Bato nn behalf of tho Victoria hose toam, as forfeit money on
the challenge issued by them to tho
Vanoouver hose toam, fur a contest for
01000 n side, to tako place in Nanaimo
on tho 27th inst. Nnuiiimo has been
chosen as boing a neutral city, and
will ba equally fresh ground tn • each
team.--Courier.
The erlcket team left for Hastings
on tho 7:40 train this morning to play
the return match with tho Vnncouvor
olub. Tho tenuis nro an follows: Westminster:—-Rov. P. Woods, Hamber,
Read, Dockrill, Dr. Pagan, Gaynor,
Miles, Bramah, Coulthard and Raymond. Vancouverj—Oroon (captain),
Uov. B. G. Fionn on-Clinton, Nelson,
Loutlt, Frtpp, Williams, Coleman,
Bcwioke, Campbell, Ortckumy, and
Woodward The match commenced
ftt 10 o'olook.
"uu.-"-.   rescheii.
Mr. J. G. Jaques showed us a number of peaches this morning, grown in
his orchard uu Clinton street, wliich ho
intends preserving for exhibition ut
tlio provincial fair. The poacjiOB aro
quite ripe, largo in size and nf n beautiful color, in fftct moro beautiful fruit
could uut bo imagined, Thoy wore
picked on July 10th, and Mr. Jnquea
challenges anyono to show eqtlul size
and quality that were lit fur table use
on the above dato. Mr. Jaqubs also
showed us ji jar of green and a jar of
red gut'St-bomua, preserved in ueid.
They nru from his famous lui-Iie-i, aud
the niajiuity uf the berries will averago
an inch in diameter. Tlio fruit exhibits at the provincial fair trill liavo
to be something extraordinary to beat
them.
Police Court.
At the p'-lico court this morning, a
Chinaman named Tom Chow wns arraigned on charge uf having committed
an aggravated assault on a countryman named Ah Jim. Itappears there
Was a natty quarrel in a house iu
Chinatown last evoning, ami during
the pr gL-usa uf tiio row Tom drew a
knife an.I Btnbbod Jim in tlio cheek.
Witli Ills face bleeding profusely and
bnro-fuolod Jim ran t > the lookup and
laid an information before Ooustnblo
Smith, wbo prooureda warrant and put
Tom under arrest. Tlio latter was
soon bailed by his friends, and it is
aaid an- tin ir, and much greater, row
happened Liter oh in the evening. Tho
case waa remanded till Monday. ' Albert Heffroiij charged with an infraction of tho streets and verandahs bylaw, pleaded guilty and was lined livo
dollars.
.liM-lIier Warning.
Tho fire alarm—-which is getiing to
bo a very common occurrence theso
days—created quito a flutter on Columbia and adjacent streets a few minute* before twelve o'clock to-day. Tho
hose carta aud tho steam engine were
rattled down Columbia slreet behind
dray and other horses, that wero pros*
sett into the servico by tho energetic
Hyiioka, at a lively rate, and with littlo
loss of timo tho engine was gut tu tho
firo slip at tlio foot of Begbie street.
The lire which was ascertained to be
up tho Liil a distance, near tho corner
of Agnes and Douglas streets, and on
the roof of A. M. Nelsun's* residenco,
was extinguished by buckets and tho
free use uf axes, spades and other implements in tearing oil'a portion of the
roof, just us tho hand engine, from
the now fire hall on lloyal avenue, bad
got ready to throw water from tbo
tank in front of Mr. Jas. Cunningham's
residence. Tbe steam engine, although
fairly well bandied, owing to tbo distance, did not get roady for operations
until somewhat later. When the
alarm .was given. VV. H. Edwards and
son, other neighbors, and a number of
the firemen mado directly for tho
threatened house, and it was
owing to their oftbrla that
the firo was extinguished. The house,
which is tho properly of Mr. Henry
Elliott, was damaged to the extent of
$250. This damage is covered by insurance in tbo North British & Mercantile, and Mr. J. G. Jaques, tbo
agont of the company, has carpenters at
work repairinig the shattered roof.
Tlio Manly Way.
Oolumbia street was the scene uf-a
genuine mill last night, but tho large
audience attracted to tho scene were
disappointed in not seeing it fought to
a finish. Tbo combatants woro two
well known citistens, who, having au
honest grudge ouo against tlie other,
determined to settlo their difficulties
in a fair manly fight in the good did
English style. Having prepared for
tho battle tho contestants stepped into
the middle of tho street throw up their
"darbies" and aot to wurk, Tlio first
round was principally confined to
fencing, both parties working hnrd for
au opening. Tbu round olosed with
a oharp interchange of body blows and
a clinch, in which honors were pretty
evenly divided. Round number two
was well fought, both men utriltmg
out freely and giving and receiving
soveral telling blows; a clinch Followed
aud the round ended in a cloud of
dust. By this timo a large audience
had gathered and the principals
thought it would bo wiso to move up
to the government square on lloyal
avonue and finish the battle thero undisturbed. Accordingly an adjournment was takon, and the men, accompanied by a large crowd, proceeded to
tin? reserve. On the road up a woll
known medical gentleman joined the
throng, ready, if neceaaary, to attend
professionally tho wounds of the fighters, A beautiful spot was choSon for
the fighting ground, coals and other
useless apparel wero discarded and
both v-'i-i'o ready for action when a
third party stopped between them and
urged a cessation of hostilities. Tho
men wero anxious to light, but after a
short pDW-wow they shoo): hands and
declared tlio battlo off for I lie present.
Th.; whole affair between tbo men was
conducted in n quiet and manly way,
no loud talking, swearing or terrible
threats being a part of tbe proceedings,
MUBDER WILL OUT.
Tint   Murderers   Successfully nun lo
Etirflt After A fear's World
On tho 30th of Juno, 1888, a man
named J, I). Jnckson wns foully murdered in Vancouver. Hib body wan
found a short distanco west of tbo railway filnlimi, on tho track, with his
throat eut from ear to oar. How or
by whom tlio murder was committed
the inquest and nil other inquiries
failed : u reveal. Mr. W. Moresby
took tbo caso quietly in band after the
lirst ojtcitoment bad oubaided .and
worked his ends bo skillfully tlmt the
murderers havo at list been brought tu
justice and aro now locked up within
the provincial gaol. Hnw Mr. More.;-,
by obtained tho information ho required is only known to himself. Yestorday bo arrosted Squamish Jim and
Squamtsh Charley, who nro charged
with tho murder. They were brought
before Cnpt. Pitcondrigh this morning
nnd remanded till Thursday next.
Charley stated in court that Jim committed tho murder, while Jim's wife
says Charley ia tho guilty man. It is
quite probable that both hud a hand
in tho murder, Jackson was notorious an u Boiler of whisky to Indians,
and ho had just supplied Jim and
Charley with aeveral bottles beforo tbo
murder occurred. When tho cano is
hoard it is almost certain that other
developments of n vory startling nature will bo brought tu light, and possibly showing the existence of a regular organization among tbo Indiana of
the tribo to whieh Squamish Jim and
Charley belonged fur tho murder of
whitemon. It is also quito probablo
that several other mysterious murders,
which liavo been committed within
tho laat fow yeara, will bo unmasked.
CuiunilHed for perjury.
Ah Foo, ono of tlio most widely
known Chinese residents of Westminster, was committed for trial, for pur-
jury, at Vancouver yesterday. Every
reader of TllE CobUMIllAfl will remember Ihe case of the pretty Chinese women, Ah Moy, who was aire]'ed at the
instance of Ah Foo on chargo uf having obtained S50 aud a pair of valuable
ear-rings under false preteusos. It
was generally aitpposcd thnt tho
charges were trumped up by Ah Fuo
so that bo might obtain possession of
the woman, aa Eovernl other Chinamen
woro endeavoring to accomplish the
samo object. Two years ago Ah Fuo
got a warrant from Mr. W. D Ferris
for her arrest, but for somo reason
best known to Ah Foo thu warrant
was not issued. Last December Ah
Foo applied again to Mr. Funis fur n
warrant for tbu arrest of Ab Moy,
stating at the timo that tbe lirst warrant had been lost and that tbo women
had left the country before it could bo
used against her. Mr. Ferris issued
tho warrant, which was taken tu Victoria by n special constable who arrested thu women thero uud brought
her to Westminster. Ah Moy told her
story to Mr. Moresby, and, aa thu
charges were never proceeded with,
and tlie was afraid to venture nut in
case she wuuld bu abductud, ho told
hor tu remain iu thu gaol as long as
sho wished, ur until such time ns the
danger she dreaded hnd passed. Shu
was finally admitted into tho Chineso
Homo at Vanoouver, and has remained
there ever since. Tbo kind peoplo
who interested themselves on behalf of
thu girl, brought the present case
against Ah Foo, aud tho police mngis-
trato, nfter hearing the evidence, com*
mittood him fur trial at the next assizes. Ab Foo was admitted to bail.
This ia n caso that should bo sifted tu
thu vory bottom, ns the system uf terrorism prncticed by tho Chinese in becoming altogether tou widespread.
Delia Jot tin Kit.
Haying is well advanced, the cutting, tedding and curing processes aro
completed, and another week of this
exceptional haying weather will insure iti nil being safely housed in
prime condition,
Tho droughty spoil of the Inst fow
weeks has been, a little trying ou some
of the late sown grain, but crops generally look well nnd givo proniuo of
good returns.
Tlio canning proprietors havo all
completed their outfits preparatory for
the senson'a catch, nnd aro now on tho
tiptoe uf expectation for the famous
sockeyo run, and all hope that the run
may bo of a magnitude which shall
compare with the extensive preparations mado for their reception.
Our municipal council, though late
getting into harness, have settled down
tu steady work, and in order to grapple wiii the many demands for more
efficient roads have provided for a large
increase iu the revenue by direct taxation ,
Mrs. E. Kirkland of Elgin, Illinois,
is spending ihu Summer with her sister
Mra. J. Kirkland,  uf Hazel Grovo.
Miss Bain, of Vancouver, ia visiting
hor brother, Mr. N. Bain, nt tho landing*
Mre. Belle, uf Sapportou, left for
homo yesterday, after spending a few
dnys visiting friends at Delta.
During the strawberry season juat
paat, a very successful strawberry
festival was held on the grounds of Mr.
John Kirkland, the object being to
provido funds for tho erection of a
Methodist churoh near tho landing.
In contributing to ita success, all denominations boro a conspicuous part.
Among the workers woro Misa Woodward, the Misses. Ladner, Mr. C. and
Miss Calhoun and others. Beforo the
party broko up, tho Rev. Mr. White
gavo a humoruus and instructive address, followed by tho pastur, thu Rev.
Mr. Calvert. The proceeds amounted
to over §50.
On Saturday evening, tho Oth inst,
a consort was held in the town hall, to
provide funds for repainting the Episcopal church hore. A largo compnny
wan in attendance, aud n very tasteful
programme wns executed in n creditable manner, tu thu groat delight of
tho audience. The proceeds amounted
tu §30.—Com.
COFU-IESPONDENCE.
Tire rire Fiend.
Editor Colum bias,--The fate of so
many cities and tows south of the boundary line Ibis summer, and tho numerous incipient firca that arc giving our
brave firemen so much exercise juat now,
ahould warn us to look after our fire protection service and make what improvements arc necessary to enable us to cope
sueuessfully with the lire fiend, whicli is
liable to visit us in earnest nny day.
Now everyone must bu convinced that
our steam engine, although a fine thing
in its way, cannot bo depended on, for
reasons that aro known to nil, to get
water on tbe average firo in its early
stages, What wo want, and must have,
for this purpose is a band engine, and
tho sooner wo get one in the Hyack Hall
on Columbia street the hotter, This is
where everybody runs when an alarm is
given, and for that reason alone having
tbo hand engine on Royal avonuo is noxt
to useless.
The most serious fires are hound to oc-
cur in the business part of the town--on
Columbia and Front stieots—nnd if a
fire in thla lofiality gets ni-y hoadwny
this dry weather, we ahall como in on
the list with thoso nearly annihilated
Aihorioau towns referred to.
I would call tbo attention oftho citizens, In view of these facts, to tbo urgent
necessity for having a hand engine placed
in the Hyack hall immediately, Tho
engine in tlio Royal avenue hall should
be brought down at once, I believe, nnd
if one is considered necessary up there,
it ean be sent for nud got without much
delay* Wo cannot afford to leave the
business portion of tbo town iii its pro-
sunt balf protected condition.
Yours truly,
Old FniBMAN.
[Tho remarks of our corroepondont
abovo are well timed. Wo referred
to this subject editorially about twu
weeks ago, nnd it ia unnecessary to add
muoh to what our correspondent has
written. Wo would again urgo upon
tho civic and fire protection authorities
thu advisability, if not necessity, uf
providing a hand engine for tho central hnll without delny. No doubt
it wuuld it bu woll to adopt our correspondent;* suggestion nnd hnvo the old
hand engine brought down in the
meantime. It would certainly be of
far moro use in tho Hyack hall than,
under all tho circumstances, it is whore
at present ltfnated. It will bo fortunate if wo are wise enouph to profit
by tho trifling liven wehavohudlatolyto
mako all the preparation in our powor
for a posaiblo serious event in the
future.—En.]
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment instantly relieves and permanently euros Piles, Pruritus and all hot aud itching sores ^ and
eruptions, N. W, agents, B. S- Curtis
k Co. dmy28yl
Whon Bib j km nick, we "■-.vo her Culotte,
When she wa* a Child, ehe cried for ( aatoria,
When ahe became Misa, alio clung to CaatorU,
Whan ilit had Children, sho gate tbem Uutoiii
To Stone Masons
TKNDI'UH VOll THK KUK'JTION 01''
a HTONl'I FuniiatIuN Torn Itullil-
inn to uo erected on Lot 4, Block V I, eor-
nerof (lolumhlanlrcetan-l l.ylton si-unie,
are Invlteil anil will bn n-'-elv-'d Iiv the
tinili'rHl|*iU'(lui>toiiuutiof WM1 INKS HAV,
I'llil-tHl. Plans nml fipei-llleiitlons In lie
neon nt llooiu "I," Hunk of 11. t', lluililing,
iip-ntiilrs. Tlio lowest or any tender not
necessarily, accented,
JAMEB K'KNN'KDY.
Now West., July 10,188-1, ujlyultd
WANTED.
COMPETENT "WOMAN  FOR lil-lN-
aworl
iglas
A  era! ifoiisewoiic — Apply to MRS.
 -'—st, 2nu "
HKEOHEK, Dl
AgnetfSt,
Inline nbove
djly 1*113
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
CITY   BREWERY!
Ale!   -Ale!
Tho Very Itasl In tlio Cily Is Mrowoil liy
JOHNW. W. ANDRZEJEWSKI
At the City Brewery, Agnes Street.
Ordors left at, Dickinson's Butcher Shop
t-liall lmve prompt, intention, (livens a
trial and Judge fur yourselves.
New West., July 18,1889. djlyiato
•\TOTIOB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1\ a duly eerlllled plan, profllo and
book of reference of tho Mission Branch
of this Railway were deposited li> tho
Lund Rr-iistry Olllco ol ibe District at
New Wi wi in i ester on the 17th dayof June,
ISS'l. II. ABBOTT,
Ucuornl Superintendent.
Vanoouver, ll. C, 27th Juno, 1889. -]Je20ni
TO  BUILDERS.
TENDERS ARE INVITED PO« VARIOUS works In bulldine foundations.
Ac,/orn houso between Blackwood and
Clement streets, New Wostmlnster, together with the pulling down of old Rectory houso,1 for Ills Lordship the Dlshop
of New Westminster.
I'lans and specifications at my otllce,
where tenders are to be delivered by noon
on WKDNESDAY, 171U Inst.
Neither tho lowest nor any tender wilt
be necessarily accepted.
WILLIAM It. KING,
Architect, Ac.
New West., July 10,188P.        dllyllW
M.A.McRAE
Merchant Tailor
BEAUTIFUL RANOE OP
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Chock
SUI!IS,fUiaOV£W!l
tor bpbdsa and summer
Opp. Colonial Hotel
Colombia St.,  ■  New Wsstmihdtbb.
AUCTION SALE
Koval *£oitimMiui  Hospital
Site, and Buildings.
I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY THE
Trustees nf tin- Royal Columbian llos-
pllnl to soil by FRbllo Auction at the Colonial Hotel, Now Westminster, on .
Monday, tho 22nd Day of July,
At8O'clock P.M.,
Lots 13, 14, 15, !«. UandlN,
Block XXXI,
New Westminster City, situate nn Agnes
Street, belnn lhe present si to of the Royal
Columbian Hospital.
This property Is very ell-*lhly situated
on the upper Hide of tbo principal residence stree! of the eity, and commands O
view of the l-'niser tlivi-r emit ami went.
Thoho.*ipiiiil hiiH<lli>s*iiU'l the steward's
residence will In'sold ni -nunc time.
Terms of sale nill Iw—V, cash.'-' in three
months and % In six months from Ilia
Unto of salt-; no Interest.
Possession will heftlven to the purchaser
nr purchaser.* on IheS'imt of ,1 miliary, IMK),
when the last payment of the purchase
money will bo due.
Will nlso bo sold at same time:
I.«t 4, Itlack XVII, Now WestminBter
nt tl. Rtoclt
City. All fenced,
lots UM. ■'.. KniHllvii-lointr
J, New Westminster.
TerniH-).' cash, balance in one yoar at
fi por cent, "
T. J. TRAPP,
JySdttl Auctioneer,'
IS* X O 3W 3S. 33 SS,
m$ TT C£ MM. JE3
ESTABLISHED 1812.
Jas, Cunningham
COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
IMPOUTEIt Of
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges.
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTURER OP
«SS»TIN& SHEET-IRONWARE.
CONTRACTS FOR
Iron Cornice Work, Gos-Mtlng,
l'lumbioi*. KooHik.&c.
Plants for Sale!
—Atthe—
Douglas Street Nursery,
ORDERS TAKEN FOR FRUIT AND
ORNAMENTAL TREES,   Including
all the leading varieties of
Apples, IVars, I'lmiis, Cherries,
 ALSO	
sn.il.li 11(1 ITH of overy description.
llniiquelB. Wrcafbi and Crosses made
to order.
tlilwapsyl P. LATHAM.
Tenders for Street Work.
rpHNIiriHS WILL BB RECEIVED UP
X lo -1 p. m. on WEDNESDAY, July
Hill, ltWO, for tho
CLEARING & GRADING OF PARK LANE.
Seal and mark tender*-, "Tender fur
Park Lane," and address to the Chnir*
man of the Hoard of Works, City Hall,
Now Westminster.
No tender will bo entertained unless
accompanied by a deposit equal to fl per
cent, of nmount of tender, which deposit shall bo forfeited If person
tendering declines or falls to enter into a contract for the work
when called upon to do ho. In tbe event
of a tender no( being nccepted, lhe deposit
will be returned.
Plans and specifications may bo seen lu
the City Engineer's Oilice, City Hall.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily nccepted,
J. O. JAQUES,
Chairman of Hoard of Works.
City Hnll,
Now Westminster, July 12, ISSt'.     d!2td
AUCTION SALE
W. 11. CLARKE, AUCTIONEER
I AM INSTRUCTED BY THE MORTO A-
£00 to sell by publio miction lit the
SiiloBi'ooin, Storo St., opposito the Dnpot of
thoE.AN. Hnllwny,
ATlSO'CI/lCK NOON,
On Tuesday, ths 16th Instant,
As sho now lies In Victoria Harbor,
The Steamer
AMELIA
lull feot long, 20 feet beam, 8 foot ll Inches
•depth of hold. 222 tons registered tonuago
nnd draws about 0% feetof water loaded.
W.J.ffALKER&CO.
BANK HU1I.UINOS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
rl'EI.RI'IlDNII NO. fi5.]
14 C1ARE ROAD, HALIFAX, EH LAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London nnil l.niicAShlre Fire nml
lll'UUh   Kmplre  Life  Iimurniice
OompAiiltis.
Now WestmUmler Dullillug Society.
A-'t-minlmil'H Oflloe, Diocese »f N.W.
Cily Au-lll.nn, 1SHO, IHHJ ami 18M8.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE 11UYING
AND SELLING OK REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
and other monetary transactions,
Havo several good Investments ou tholr
books, nud nil now comers will do woll to
call before doln;; business elsewhere.
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A large and well-selected Stock of White
Goods, in
Ladies' Underwear,
Children's Embroidered Dresses
(WHITE AND COLORED),
Infants' Robes, «%e.
These Goods were bought right and are offered at extraordinary low figures.
SPECS&L  THIS  WEEK.
We are closing out our stock of SUMMER JERSEYS at
cost. Three or four days will clear them out at the prices
we have marked them.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & FREEMAN,
,l.„t„ MASONIC! BLOOK,
UflflNI
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
-AT-
Ogle, Campbell
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Next Door bank of Montreal.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
DBAIiIB X3ST
Choice Family Groceries I
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Labrador rKerrlng-s,
.       3is*rao3fieri*-l, Salt Ood,
Af£o-it'-3 TJ-Q.C Hams,
A.5;rao-ar'e TJxxo. "Bacon.
"Flour,. "Bran. Slaorts,
«rHIQHEST PBIOES PAID FOE FARM PRODUCE,
noidwi* 8ooullar.Arm8trong Blook, Columbia St.
•**a,a*B*3'*JBiHiiimi.u!J.
VOLUME V»,--N0, 11.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
Jas. Ellard s Co
WILL SELL THEIR REMAINING STOOK OF
Prints. Law
AT   COST,   FOR   CASH.
-A"* -C^j^ijc^jK. nij
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE,
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & Eyc-GIaS8C8 In stool, rubber, silvrr arc *•■.
frames.   Tho finest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; all Bights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having Iwirju . t'
business thoroughly from some of the fineBt Horoiogcra in England, ami ttlucj du
managed thu watch-repairing departments of a few of tho boat fifmaoli tint-mii!
nent of America, ia a sufficient guarantoa oi good workmanship. Furinerh- hi oi
ger for nearly 8 years of tho well-known lirm of Savage «Lyman, Monta-n
Clinrges Moderate*
Montkkal, Dec, 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.— Andw. llobortsou, Esq., Chairman
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, Bays: "I never found a Watchmaker who did i
woll for me as you did when in Montreal, and 1 am sorry you aro not horo to-ihy."
ilwnpl'Jlo
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Wholesale and Setail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTJiL. NUW WESTMINSTER, B, C.
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
BOT IMPORTERS k
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DRY GOODS
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GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MAROHE.
otj-r jLTsnsnorA.x,
CLEARANCE SALE
HAS COMMENCED.
Bpeoial .Bct-rg-etixis.
WALKER & SHADWELL.
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