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Array JOTWiuaeni;
British
70LUME 7
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 1889.
NUMBER 79
rSOFESSIONAl AND BUSINESS CMD8.
,B
E. M. K. WOODS,
/.BltISTER-AT-l,.-.W. Odlco-McKon.
rle Street. stass'Jtss
T. C. ATKINIOK,
BARRISTER, BOLIOH'OIl. fto, Ofllcsis-
Musosslc Ulllialug, Now vVrstlsslnslor,
IS. C. slsrlo
>        ..UMSTBOKC tt KCKSTKIN,
BARRISTKltS, SOLICITOUS,   ETO.-
Missosslo Bsslldlssg,  Nesv Wostsislss-
stor, 13. U, slsrniylte
W. NOllMAX -IO*.**, <t.C„
BABRISTER-AT-I,AW,L.-.ND AGENT.
Money to Loisti. Olllco—L'lurlssoss tit.
Nossr WestminBter, li. c. ■"■■
IISSSSSi 11 is. McCOM. .1 .!!'.>VSS,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITOUS, olo. Offloes—Missosslo BssilillusjH, Now Wost-
[ minister, asssl ystnoouvgr, ll. c.      dsvie
A, o. isiiyisism:-jas It, II. A.,
OARUISl'ER, BOLiaiTOlt, NOTARY
Ij I'ulsllss, *c. Olllcc In tlio lluissliy
UsslliIlsiL', ColinssUlis IS.., „|iiiosll„ lliisC'ol-
osslitl llolol. Ilss'li 1121c
\     .lOHt'.IMS K. OAY*IOU,U.A„I.I..D.
1 nOUl MEDALIST ol llio UlslvcnlU 01
Ij ISsslillls. IMItltlHTEH-AT LAW ssf
sin- High Court n( JiiMli'i', Itvlssnsl. Ollls'i's,
Corner MoKsssi.lo A Olnricson Bit., New
WesllsslnstsT. (isvfo2lte
A. J. HOLMS S3, D. D. H„
I CIURMEON DENTIST. Uni'lnnlo of 11'-
O Ohio IS'lllOBC ol I'enl'il KssrRi'l'y. Is
i noss' svith isr. IS. E. C. Iliwis. All svorlt
' skillfully piTforincil. lltitmiu IIA C, ISniilt
■ .f II. C.1Ciillllsslilis si. Iluum-Klts 12IS.SIS.;
Is'Hltollp. us.  il|ly;llsi
O. W. GRANT,
. ROIIITBOT. ssjllc-is—l.'in-isisr Mary assd
V   (.'lisrkKossHts., Wcsliiilustei'.   dsvlo
s CLOW  A. ."IACI. VHIII,
ARCHITECTS.    ssllloo-Hoom E. ovor
llnsskofll. u.,C.'islssml,lisHtreet,Wssst-
I lulus'."!-. Uto
" WILLIAM   It. KINO,
.    » R0HITE0T,8ANJTAISyi!iiai»BER,
■ 1\  Ac.   IteinovisilloAlns',:ion,','sr.lock,
I Csslssssllsln Hlroet,   Wciiiiisilisi'.T — Itoom
No.fl slta
w. TiiinAunnAU,
T AND SURVEYOR AND'OllAUaHTS-
, Jj mass. Hamley Uloek, Now Westmlss-
\ Bier, a. a      , dmylgto
, A. I'. (.'OTTOS,
DOMINION ANls PROVINCIAL LAND
BURVEYOR. omce: iLoosn Ii.Hisnk
; of H. C. liisllilln;, Wvslsiilnslcr, IS. (1.
ALISKHT J.  HILL
(M.0AS.S0C.0.E.),
,/-|IVlI,EN0INHUR,I.ANISiiUUVEY01t
\\J nsssl   DUAUUHT3.MAN.      Hamley
'' lllock. Noss* Westssslssstor, dwsssjjgto
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including; Tools of all kissds ol the bost makesi (IroBS-f.llt & Kami-Saws,
liurbcu Wire for Fossoinij, innl all the nocoissry lUs'iisils for I'ariuluei
Puller Blocks, Snatch Blocks, lle-ie & €liuin in nil sizes; I-itclt,
Tar & Oakiimi Tarred and Plain I'liner for Biillilingi Paints Si Oils
in all oolorsi Liqillll (-.-gluts hs all shadcsi floor I'allltS send)' to uso| (irillll
Stonesi Willi Paper in all desists; Itroom.i i_ Brushes for all mir'sosm-
Liilsrieatiii't Oils? Traps cf 'sll sluHoriptlosss, and n j-ssssssrsil assortmpiit ol
At-rli'iiltunil Implenieiils.
***T Sjiecial attention' I'lvssli to stl'iln-si by mail.
_?. T.   ™?*R^™?™.=i SO CO.,
dwjlyStu (.'UH-'mijia Sti'Ii-kt, New Wkstminhtkh,
-g-..'?^-s ™rj>*f»
(.. t  . n;\*mit.n,
nKALKSTATi' BROKER nnd Oounty
iii 'Jourt.Agent, i't»minlHsloner, Notary
•public, Ac   KcuN i-ii'lecti'd.   OIH.-e-Mc-
. KohkIq .Struct, Now Wcslinlnsltsr, li. (J.
j    """	
T.J. TRAPP.
ACUTIONEEH AND AI'l-ItAISER.
Columbln Htreet, New We Imlusior.
.Ail 'umiiiissioiis will receive prompt
and ':areiul intention. fJuut icteieuc-.'**
' (jlven wlien required, m'.i 12-10
J. B. FIiVI.AVSOjV,
PIANO TUNEK, from Hromlwootl A
.^oiih, London, Kngliind, and Htclti-
way viaona, Now Vork, now residing In
Vant onver, will Attend lo orders left at
Mr. '/ted, ft. Hall's and 1). lynl * Co.'s
storo>. Trips 1st wee:: «f unci, month,
dattHle
TtlllNKH, IIR13TON A, CO..
MlinoIIANTt*. Wlinrf St,, VleUnla.
Agetits for Noi'LU British and Mer-
•caiitile insunmco Co. fm-Mainland. II.
' 0. Bl.KTON A Co., IfG Finsbnry Circus, London, IS. 0. dto
Imparial Fire Insuranoe Go.
OI< ZC_0__TX_<02_T.
CAPITA!:,       •       tl.SKSO.IIIH) Slg.
Rales ns low ns nssy other relltslsle Gosss*
[panics doliss business In British Colum-
r bit.. W. J. ARMBTRONO,
slilyalo Agent lor Now West.
BAKER BROS. St CO'Y
lOCliapolWalk, Smith Castle Si., Liverpool, England.
' 8 Hank Buildings, Columbia Street, New
Westminster, B. 0.
Shipping and Commission
_SLC»__l™W*™_'™3:,
General Wholhaie Merohahts & IwpoBTtns
l    Anydosorlptlon of Goodfl Impnitcd to
* ordor  nnd Custom   and  Ship lUukln:;
' iranracted.   Latest Freight and Maruet
CHiotiillons. dwaii2te
K
RAND BROS.
EMi KST ATM UtlOKRUS,
Outivc)rrtnu«r*it Volleulori,
nttlciii! at
,Vi>si  (tiiiu-rinve Anciit1-)
NEW WKSTMINHTEU:  Corner
MoKonzln und Clnrknon Sts.
>        '      VAN'XWVEl., Ooi-dova Htreet.
LONrJON.EndltUid.
I lit!11.1)1 NtJ LOTS for aale In n'l RecllotsR
,-. of Viiiiirdiivcciuid New Westmhis'fi-City.
FA KM LANDS ut fitipi'rlor i.mitity for
' inlo at Olil 111 Wlwok- Port. Hammond,
Langloy, Mataqui, Bnmas. Mud Buy-Lrtd-
■■ niT's Landing, Luln jHlnnd, North Arm
i and Pitt Rlvor.
Map!-and Plana exhibited und lit*'full*
, ent Information furnished at all ouroinccB-
GIRL   WANTED
THO   DO  GENERAL   HOUSEWORK.-
1.   Apply lo
MRS. JsVH. CHNNINflHAM.
Usc.lto Agnos Rtroet.
TO RENT.
rpHE UPSTAIRS FLAT IN BUILDING
I    eoruorof Columbia and Mtni-jlns iiln,
—24x«0.   Applyto
danSto HBNRV V. EDMONDS.
POR   SALE.
A Oardcii in the City.
TT BON 1'A INH 8 AORES AND IH ALL A
J. vogoiamo gnrslossi I. cIoho to tlso tor-
minus of the Hosstlsorss Rollsyny.  Apply
lo G. A. 1CE1.LY,
l    slHol'Jisil MoIConsle HI.
-E«    ttB»   *■_»•   M-^m
NewWestminster Lodge, No. 3.
ALL MEMBERS OK THE nbovo Lodge
-.ire hereby notlilod to Attend at luc
Lot! is Room Btfi,_0ii.m.8liiirpoti'rilUHS-
DAY, itnl Oetntier. to Join fn tlio proiros-
iiUiti. VIbIIIiih llrothroii (•onlinlly Invited.
dwHo2ltd T. TYLOU, ll, ft.
J. 8. MAN-SON'S TAILORING E8TAUSHMENT,
Columbia direct, New Wostinlnstcs*.
I'oaitively tin- large-it anil he-it assoi'toil stouk evi-r shown iu thia city, consisting of French and English Worateila, Scotch Suitings, Irish .Scr^e, &(.-.
it-irl'ci'foot fit guaranteed or no yalu.
i    ti
OPENING  DAILY AT THI
A complete stock of Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Coats, also Ladies' Sealette
and Plush Dolmans and Jackets.
dtc *m:*i*2s. ttt"*m:. *E2_*_.*s.
C. E. WOODS, Lasssl Surveyor.
A. 0. GAMBLE, Notary 1'iililic.
land stmvr-.
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE
financial Agents and Conveyancer:
Land Surveying in nil its brinolio. uootssistssly anil -.irai-ipily onrrlod out.   City and
Suburban bands for Sale.     Wo cm shosv a Uumjiletts list o( desirable local.
lth». l'arsniug lansls.lissproyod ijniinniniprovcslitlirongjioist thedistrlot
Money to Loan on First Mortgage at
Current Rate of Interest.
Agents for lho following Insurance Coiniianios:
Western of Toronto, JClna, Oity of London,
Has-tford and Travellers.
OFFICE—Opposite Post Office, Bank of B. C. Building, Columbia Street, New WestminBter. Telephone Call No. 33.
V. 0. Drawer" W." dsciotc
MAJOR  tt PEARBOM.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Financial and Insurance ipts,
Proporty for Salo iss all parts of tho City nnd Suburb-, Wo also liavo listed souse
of tho llssost farming laud in lho 1'rovlnco. MONEY TO LOAN. ilOUSHSTO
KENT. Agossta for the Confederation Life Association of Toronto, tho London
(sunrasstco ssssd Accislcnt Co., Limited. Gossoral Agents for British Columbia for
tho American Steam lloiler Insuranco Co. of Nosv York, tho Itoyal and Atlas Vive
Assurance Companies ot England, Uuloss flro nud Marine Insurance Co. of San
l'-raucisoo, South Britisli Firo ond Marine Insurance Co. of Nesv Zealand,
 OFFICES	
NEW WESTMINSTKK-Colunibia Stscot, Bank of 11. C. Blook.
VANCOUVER—Hnattam Street, opposite tho Put' Oilice.
dsvselOtc
ichards, Haywood
Real Estate and Financial Agents,
Conveyancers, Notaries Public, Etc.
Agents for Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
LOANS   NEGOTIATED,
COLLECTIONS  MADE,  SURVEYS  TAKEN,  MAI'S AND PLANS PREPARED.
COD  0fl I C>    -,u-sil,esH'  Kcsislcncc ami  Suburban   Property,  Improves.1  ami   Unimproved
rlln uHLI       Farming Lands, Timber ami Mineral Claims.
 offiozs	
Colonial Block, 176 Cordova Street, -1 Yates Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER. VANCOUVER. VICTORIA.
OWDER
Afeokstdy Pure.
This powder never varlea, A marvel of
purity, atraiiirtn nml wliolcsomenoKH. More
economical Minn tlie ordinary kiiiiln,nud
cannot no sold in compelItlon with the
multitude or low teat, Hhort wekht ulura
ttr phour-11 tile powdern. Sold only In onna,
KoYAMUKiNf* t'owitFii Uo., 108 Wall Bt,,
New York. 3foly
Niqht Bell,
Telephone B7.
.
TOO MUCH BLAMED.
The Queliee Corporation Fonnd
Not so Much to Blame as
Intimated.
The Chance  of Culpability Laid
at tho Door of the Ottawa
Government,
CHEMISTS a DRUGGISTS.
Columbia SI.,   -   New Westminster.
w
13 TIAVK ONK Ot*1 THE BEST
SJ?*°.£*!!I* ^toc^3 ■" tl-o City.   Our
l-ni'-s .ire imrfcetly pure   and can" bo
tlioronj'lily ri'lieil^upon.
"Onr Own" Beef, Iron & Wine
i-., lieyontl tlio aliatlnw of a doubt, the
best^prepamtion of ita kind iu the
world. daplSto
Notice to Contractors.
TKW-EHS WILL RV, RKCKIVED IJP
to noon of October Gth, for tbe Car-
iicntcr Work on WnrohoaHo for Messrs.
Mathers it MHlIsan,
l'lnns and spcoltlentlons may be neon at
tbe oflice of        CLOW & MAULiritl*;,
dse25td Arohitocta.
Rose Hill DairyFarm
freshTmilk
Delivered Daily to Customers in all parts
of tlio City.
llott'lsnnd Itoataurants supplied nt Spe-
elul Hntes by tho yenr.
FRESH EGGS
Delivered at Market Rates.
Orders loft  nt M.  SiHOLAtit's will bo
promptly attended to.
AVKAVKU * WOODWARD,
djolilyl Proprietors,
A New Election Ordered on Account of the Itesi jf nation of
13. Crow Halter.
TOO MUCH liUSIKD,
QuKitKc, Oct. l.—Thuro is n htrony
faolin*,' tif sympathy for thu oorpora-
titui here, w. it did all iu its power for
tliu aud'ereni, und ia not blumoablu by
thu Montreal and 'forotito papors for
ita allej*ed neglect, but thore wero
reully bdiiiu blundora made. Onu
plunder of the committee was in the
ficnrcli fur poor Kemp. His erica weie
heard in n euttain point of tho ruins
nml holes, woro repeatedly duj* to pot
him ou1, but oach time an ovorhrmg-
ini* in.iss of rubbish fell and tilled tho
excavatinti.
Tlnuo was at ntio timo oil tlio (ground
n man named Verrault, a corporation
foreman; lie told tho men, "yuu must
commence thirty foot away, at the
very verge of tho ruins, and work your
way gradually inside;" but the searoh-
era woro far too excited to nltend to
tho advice which his experience sujf-
geflted, aud aftBr many vain attempts,:
poor Kemp waa {given up for dead. It
is strauj-e that the parties really re-
spousible for the uocident seem to be
lost sight of.
Tho Ottawa government U to blume
for what happened and will have to
pay all damages. It ia on their pro*
party that tho rock fall took plaoe.
Nine years ago, and repeatedly since,
thoy were warned of tho danger. Thoir
engineers camo and innpectud the rook
and reported 10,000,000 tona of atone.
Aa Ins been proved at the coroner's inquest- they placed two bolta and a
half-inch chain, throw 25 barrels of
clay into thu crevice, and built at the
foist of tho cliff a two foot wall, which
broko like glaas under tho falling mass.
*'.   CUOW  IJAKKIl   HAS    KESICSRU.
Ottawa, Oct. 1.--E. Crow Baker, a
Uritish Oolumbia member of parliament, has resigned his scat. A new
election will bo ordered at onco.
IT lft AN  UNUKNUIILB FACT THAT
Temple of Music I
Is tlio Place to Itny Fl rot-Class
PIANOS ^ ORGANS
M sueh Prices nnd Terms it-, will Suit
Any Iteasonablo Buyer.
Por pricei- mid terms, npply to OAR-
TKlVa THMPLE OK MUSll'.
Vancouver, IE* ۥ
aa Until ii k-s Hi. West, daplOto
WLINE
I'-Tfiiiiies, Bruslics,  .Sponges,
t'omlis. Toilet Articles.
A sss'll-nssortosl stools of
Pure Drugs & Medicines
—AT—
'I'. A. .turn „ *:«.*s
Prescription Drug Store
llUEKN'S HOTEL nLOOK,
New Wostmlnster. Teiopbono 83.
dnpllu
Lmdm Harris
SO oo.
Real   Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact aU Business relating to
Real Estate,
—AGENTS F0i™—-
London A.sstirnnre Corporation.
Connecticut Flro Insurance Co. of
Hartford.
London and Lnnrnslilre Lift) Awuir-
itnce Co.
Cnnton Insurance offlcis Ld. (Marino)
OFPIORB:        *™
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwueHyi
THE DELTA EXHIBITION.
TIidu-iIl Ilamllt-apprtl by lite Weather
the l»i-l(n Fiilr Is Well Allrnded aid
tlto IH.iplny In I'rull EspeclnTty
U ,11'ri'ilfteent.
Speel nl to Tn v. Colum 111 an.
Lauxeu'm, Oct. 1,—Tho rain, though
threatening, is holding off, and the
success of the Delta exhibition is as*
Bund. Bad roads have kept many intending visitors at home, hut still the
fair ia larger and more creditable in
every way than its predecessors at
Chilliwhack and* Surrey. The fruit
display is simply magnificent, and
larger and better than at the last provincial exhibition Mr, J. Reece, of
Chilliwhack, and Mr. John Kirkland,
of Delta, show fifteen nineties, and
Wm. Arthur and Wm. Qreyell also
make splendid exhibits. Where eo
many are excellent, it would be unfair
to single out any in particular, aud it
is only fair to any that every exhibit is
worthy of praise. The standard va*
rietiea, Russots, Northern Spies, and
Baldwins, ure the most largely represented, nnd tho fruit exhibit on the
whole is
IlKMAllKADLK IN QUALITY.
The beat exhibit of preserved jama
and jellies is made by Mrs. Hutcherson. She shows 32 kinds. Thia display ia ihu finest over mado in the pro
FROM VICTORIA.
The Inlander Lose* one ot her Propellers
TfilHHoriilnR&li-lhni-1» put Rick to
Victoria. 	
Rpeclal to the Columbian.
About i o'clock this morning a fierce
southwoi>t gulu started, which laated
several houia The Islander, which
was just leaving for Vancouver, bad
got to the narrow entrance to the harbor when a heavy wind struck her bow.
She would not steer and began hoad-
ing for Hot-pit .1 Point, while the wind
kept blowing iiormoro and more towards the sh ore. A11 atteni pt was
made to hack her, but she ran on tho
rocks. She waa stum filiated and it
was thought no damage hud-bgeiulone,
When another start wna made, howover* sho "-till would mil steer, and
commenced heading fur Laurel Point. ;
I.'cr anchor waa then dropped, which
brought her to, Au examination
showed that her starboard propellor
Imd been carjiod away. Tliis caused
hur to movo aiuund tho narrow entrance to the harbor like a hen without a head. Her passengers were
transferred to tho Yosemite, which
sailed at 8:30 for Now Westminster.
Commencing to-day, a steamer   will
leave every live days for Portland.
THE SURREY FAIR
Held Under UftfavornMe Anaplcea, bat
Benin- Successfully Nolwllh>
■taadlM.
The Frnlt and Field Prodnee Exhibits
L'trfcer and Better than
Last Year.
Mi'U.'tnr lie I ii iM-i,
Senator Mclnnes returned yesterday
from Ottawa and hiB European ttip,
looking in splendid health. He says
nothing he saw in Switzerland can
compare with our own mountain
glories, though because tho former
havo a halo of romance surrounding
them frum the associations connected
with them by poets and writers, they
aro tho haunts of tho artistic mind and
the fashionable world. In time, though,
as soon as the scenic effects of the
mountains of British Columbia buccmo
better known, many will turn thoir
stepa thitherward. The doctor, who
ia in constant attendance upon a lady
fellow-pasaenger, will remain here until Bhe is out of danger. His kindness
in this matter is only in keeping with
nis usual benevolent character.— World
of yesterday.
 »-*-..«>—,—.—
V'lNil Kevhlou t'mirt Sittings.
The dales of tho sittings of the final
court of revision of the Dominion
voters' list throughout the district are
as follows:
Division 1, 2 and 3, New Westminster, atthe Cuur: house, 12th nnd 13th
Novembor.
Division 4, Richmond Municipality,
23rd November, at the Town Hall, 2
p. m.
Division 0,Sui .*ey Municipality, 15th
November, at the Town Hall, at 10
o'clock.
Division G, Delta Municipality, Uth
November, at the Town Hall, at 2
p. m.
Division 7, Langley Municipality,
16th November, atthe Town Hall, at
10 a. m.
Division 8, Chilliwack Municipality,
18th November, at the Town Hall, at
10 a. m.
Division 0, Maplo Ridge, 20th November, at the Town Hall, at 2 p. m.
Division 10, Vancouver Ilth November, at the City Hall, at 11 a. m.
Division 11, Moodyville, 12th November, at Power's Hotel, at 3 p. m.
Division 12, Port Moody, 21st November, at Scott's Hotol nt 2:30 p. in.
Division 13, St. Mary's Mission,
19th iSovcmber, at tho C. P, II station, nt 2 p. m.
Division 14, Cassiar, 2-lth October,
Galbraith, Grant & Cook's store, Lake-
ton, ad aperhtram.
Tho weather was most unfavorable
yesterday morning for tho success of
any event that called people away from
thoir boniOB, and the Surrey Pair suffered in consequence. The day broke
rainy and foggy and up to 10 o'clock
tlioro was not lho slightest sign of a
break inthe skies, but aftor that time
old Sol began to peep through the
elouda, and by noon the fino weather
! sign was hung out. Although no en-
trios were supposed to bo received after 10 o'clock it was found necessary to
aot thia rule aside ns fow of tho furmers
had arrived at that hour and it waB
qot; until 1 o'clock that tho final exhibits were entered. Mr. Ferguson,
tho president, Mr. Thrift, the secretary, and the directors generally, assisted by Reeve Punch, looked after
the visitors and did everything within
their power to facilitate matters and
add to the success of the day. At 2
o'olock Presidont Ferguson in a neat
speech formally opened the exhibition.
He regretted that the Hon. John Robson had beeu obliged at the laat moment to abandon his intended visit to
Surrey, owing to a slight indisposition,
but he hoped the municipality would
be favored by a visit from him at an
early date. The wet weather, he said,
had had the effect of reducing the
number of exhibits, but notwithstanding Surrey had not retrograded and
the exhibition thia year though held
under very unfavorable circumstances
would oomparo favorably with that of
last year. The doors were thon thrown
open and tlie large crowds were soon
moving through the building admiring
the exhibits.
FIELD PRODUCE.
The exhibits of field produce de
servo more praise than thoso of any
other division. The number of entries
was large and the judges were farced
in not a few instances to throw pennies in order to decide as to which was
entitled to first prize, ao nearly equal
were many of tho exhibits in general
merit. Wm. Cullishaw showed two
cauliflowers, weighing 15 lbs; each, aa
white, delicate and perfect in every
way as any that ever grow. J. Armstrong exhibited a brace of cabbage,
oue of which neighed 60 lbs,, and
which it is hardly necessary to say took
lirst prize. Mr. C. A. Carnoross exhibited pumpkins and squash weighing 65 lbs. eaeh, and magnificent
White Elephant pototoes weighing
from 1 lb, to 3 lbs. each. H. T. Thrift
carried off first prize for best spring
wheat and field peas, with splendid
samples of both, the wheat particularly being very fine. He displayed a
sheaf of Lodi spring wheat 5-fc feet
high, whleh averaged 25 heads (0 one
grain sown.   Tn potatoes J. Armstrong
"   Erie  Auderson carried off the
In vegetables itwould bo hard   timo.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Tho liquidators of tho Central Dank,
Toronto, say the concern will be unablo to pay another dividend for aomo
to gather together a moro considerable
general display, and ti person stops to
wonder how such prodigies can grow
in a sonaon. It seems incredible, bub
hero thoy nro in dozens.
Vl-aETABT'K MICOllD BRBAKB113.
W. tl. Ladner, M.P.P., and John
McKee and Sons show mammoth rego-
table-marrows, weighing 75 lbs, each,
the largest ever seen in this section.
E. Greyoll, of Chilliwhack, aud Win.
Pybus make lho best exhibit of Swede
turnips. Thus, McNeeley shows fino
cabbages, and Wm. Arthur beautiful
odulifiuwors, all remarkable for their
quality. Tho Jubilee farm nnd Thoa.
McNeeley mako the finest display Df
table carrots, J. -hu MoKee and Son, of
parsnips, and F. Raitt, Wm. Pybus,
und II. D. Benson of onions. K.
Greyell loads in sugar beets, II. D.
Benson and Thus. McNeeley in globo
mangels. Henry A. Hicka shows four
varieties of potatoes, and Meaars.
Barter Bros, and Tom Arthur nuke
tho best exhibits. John Kirkland
allows an excellent article of hop*, and
C. Hcadleston haa an 8 foot tobacco
plant on exhibition with loaves 3 feet
long. The Jubilee farm makes the
large-it number of exhibits, 52, and
Wm. Greyell comes second with 32 entries. All of these and many otheiB
will be sunt to the provincial fair at
Westminstor. S. Elliott has tho liuest
exhibit of Early Reso potatoes, and
they aro real beauties. The vegetables
generally ore romarkablo for their size,
turnips 30 lbs. in weight, cabbages 40
lbs. and 50 lbs., mangels 30 lbs., potatoes 3 lbs,, und pumpkins 100 lbs. nud
over aro common.
Till* KMUI1ITS OF OltAINfl, ETC.
Iii grains thero aro 110 entries, and
nil nre good. Tho Jubilee farm shows
beautiful oats which neigh 55 lbs. to
thu bushei, and Black Starvation weighing 45 lbs. to the bushel. Messrs.
Webb' Greyoll, Kipp and Reoco, of
Chilli wack, made lino displays in grain.
lu flowers lho numbor of exhibits is
larger than last year and much finer
in overy way. Mra. Hutcherson makes
1(! entries and heads the list. Mrs.
Arthur also has a beautiful new variety
which yielded 54 lbs. for one pound of
seed sown.
[Horo the wire broko down, owing
to tho stormy weather, and wo wero
tumble to get nuother word from our
speoial correspondent at thu exhibition—En.]
Tho genuine Axis Cut Pobblo Spectacles, manufactured by B. Lauraneo- can
be had at all times at 1). S, Curtis k
Co.'s Drug Store, and attention Is spe*
daily called to tlio visit ot Mr. Lauraneo,
tlio eminent Oeulist-Uptii-ian, to tholr
store on October 2, 3 and 4, who will fit
thom to all sights on scientific principles.
Hon. Mr, Dewdney, minister of the
interior, arrived in Winnipeg Saturday
afternoon from tho west. He was bo-
sieged with deputations from the time
of Ida arrival.
Mr. Campion, tho Conservative candidate, haa withdrawn from tlie contest iu Dennis, Man., and Hon. Mr.
McLean wiiB elected provincial secretary by aci'lmu.itit'ii 011 Saturday.
The Shmnroeks nud Torontos played
n sharp and Bhoit championship enine
of laorossa Saturday, ut Montreal.
Six games were played iu 44i minutes,
four of which wore tiken by the
Shamrocks.
Lord Stanley received addresses
and receptions at every station of
prominence on tho Manitoba & North-
westorn railway, returning to Portage
l.i Prairio oil Saturday evening. Tho
pi ity left there yesterday for Brandon
and the west.
ThiuM*'.' of tho .lesuits against the
ilfiiifhas been postponed till the 15th
of Nuvembcr and the judges havo
taken the point en detibre, whether
certain portions of the defendant's nl-
logatjiina should bo struck out, which
tho plaint ill's hold woro irrelevant.
No uuo has dared to work at tho debris al Quebec niuce Friday morning,
seeing that under the action of the tor-
routs of raiu which have fallen thoy
dreaded a socond avalanche would be
hurled down on them. Another fissure is visible and the sido of tho cliff
is somewhat bulged out. Tho general
opinion is that a couple of days' more
rain or a night's frost will cause a seoond land slide.
Tho trial of Benjamin MoMahon
and Todd Quick for the murder of
Holt un, an old resident of Tilbury
township, wns concluded Saturday.
MoMahon was found guilty nnd sentenced to bo hanged on the 13th December, and Quick was put into custody ns accessory aftor the faot. Beth
prisoners strenuously deny thoir guilt,
and McMahon was so dazed by the
verdict that ho did not appear to
realize the subsequent proceedings,
Mr. Latin*net-, tho eminent Oculist*
Optician, will bo at D. S. Curtis ft Co.'s
Drug Storo on October 2, 8 ami 4, for the
purpose of adjusting tho B. Laurance
Pebble and other spectacles and eyeglasses to all conditions of sight. Hts
thorough knowlodgo of Ida profession
and largo experience enables hlm to select such lonsos as are best adapted to
each reqniteiuoiit, howovor dllHoult, and
always ensures to the wearers of tho It,
Lauraneo spectacle-* case and comfort,
and an abiding Improvement to thoir
sight.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
and
honors, but many other exhibits were
nearly equal to thoae of the prize winners. Thos. Shannon, George Boothroyd, 0. A. Carnoross, A. Murphy aud
D. R. Brown were also largo prize
winners in field produce. In garden
produce, H. D. Chantrell, 0. A, Cam*
cross and J. A, Armstrong divided
must of tho prizes between them with
exhibits superior to those displayed at
tho Chilliwhack fair. Thos. Pickard'a
exhibit of leaf tobacco waa very fine.
FllUIT.
Iu fruits tho exhibits were greatly
superior to those of last year. The
Columbian prize for the bost collection of fruit waa captured by Thomas
Shannon with a magnificent exhibit of
J3 varieties. It, D, Brown Bhowcd 15
samples of canned fruit and won first
prizo; J. Armstrong second. A, Huck
exhibited a splendid sample nf dried
prunes, superior in eveiy way to the
ordinal-/ market article. C. Brown
und Geo. Boothroyd nlso made vory
handsome displays. Several boxea of
honey in the comb, ao white as snow,
the oxhibit of 0. A. Carnoross, do-
serves special mission.
FLOWERS AND FANCY WORK.
Tho ladies, as usual, were fully up
to the mark with their exhibit-), and
ton much cannot be Baid for the worth
and completeness of tho display coming under their direct attention. In
tlowcrs Mrs. Huck made many exhibits, the best of all being several pots
of treble geraniums, in full bloom,
and beautiful to perfection. Mrs. 0.
A. Cnrncross also made a largo aud
lovely display. In fancy work Mra.
Boke carried off the honors, with Miss
May Smith a good second, Mrs. 0.
Brown, Mrs. Carnoross, Mrs. D. R.
Brown, Mra. McKenzie, Mrs. Shannon and Mra. Wiltshire wore also prize
winners.
The exhibits of buttor, though few,
weru fino in quality. The prize win*
tiers were Eric Andorson, J. Pickard
and J, Armstrong. Tho best loaf of
bread was made oy Mrs. C. Brown,
and the best pastry by*Mra. E. Anderson. Miss Shannon won tho first
prizo for bread made by a girl under
12 yean of age.
HORSES, CATTLE AND iSIIEKl'.
Except in horses the exhibits in
these divisions were uot what they
should have been, but this was probably owing to the bad weather. Messrs.
Bliukinsop, Boothroyd and Jackson
were the principal winners in graded
cattle, and Win. Smith in thorough*
broda. S. Stevenson, A. Murphy and
II. McRae divided the honors in sheep.
Thos. Shannon's Berkshire piga both
won a fint prize.' The competition iu
horseflesh was keon and the prizei
wero very evenly distributed.
Miss Smith and Miss McKenzie
were tho only ladies who entered for
tho riding exhibition, and both were
fully entitled to tho prize they won.
Tho baby show was not the least interesting event of the day, and tho
pretty little darlings apparently enjoyed the fuu of being judged fully as
mueh as the onlookers. Ross M.
Brown was awarded fint prize and
William Jamea Pickard second.
On the whole tho fair waa a deoided
success and the people of Surrey havo
every reason to congratulate themselves on the outcome of their second
annual exhibition. Following li the
official prize list:
Dravqht UoiisK'S.—Best stallion, D
A Purver; beat general purpose toam, C
Brown, 2nd, T Shannon: best draught
team, Geo Boothroyd, 2nd, J C McKen*
zle;   best   brood   maro,  D.   Stewart,
2nd J, C. McKenzie; best suck.
ing colt, D Stewart, 2nd, T Shannon; best 2 year old colt, D Stewart, Sod, J C McKenzie; best lady'
rider, Miss Smith, 2nd, Miss McKenzie;
best gentleman rider, W 0 Purver, 2nd,
Byron Smith.
Thoroughbred Cattle.—Best cow
William Smith, 2nd, William Smith.
Graded Cattle,—-Best cow, aged, C
Blinkinaop, 2nd, G Boothroyd; best two
year old heifer, Geo Boothroyd; best
yearling heifer, George Boothroyd; best
heifer calf, C Blinkfnsop, 2nd, Geo
Boothroyd; best yoke oxen, J Jackson,
2nd, P Jackson; best 3 fat cattle, J Armstrong.
Sheep,—Beat ram, 1 year old 1 nd upwards, S Stevenson, Snd, A llurphy;
beat ewo, A Murphy, 2nd, S Stceuson;
best spring lamb (ram), F McR .o, Snd,
T Shannon; best spring lamb (jwe), F
McRae, Snd, T Shannon.
1'iBs.— Beut boar, Berkshire, T Shan**
non; best brood aow, Berkshire-T Shan-I
non; heat 2 store pigs, under (i months,
A Htiek,
],,tit*iT.--Beflt 12 apples, early 1 utumn,
T Shannon, 2nd, J Armstrong; best 12
apples, winter, T Shannon, Snd, 0 McKenzie; bt'st 12 bartlett pears, 0 McKenzie, 2ud, C Brown; boat 12 winter
pears, A Huck, 2ml, G Boothroyd; best
12 plums, dessert, J Armstrong;'best 12
peaches, T Shannon, 2nd, T .Shannon;
beat prunes, dry, grown in the province,
A Huck; boat assortment of caintc I fruit
and put up in the province, X) H Brown,
2nd, J Armstrong.
Flowers.—Best 2 geraniums in pota,
Mrs Huck, 2nd, Mrs Huck; best 2 fuchsias, in pota, Mra Huck, Aid, Mrs Huck,
best 6 balsams, in pots, J Armstrong, 2nd;
Mn Huck; best 12 pansies, cut, Mra
McKenzie, Snd, Mrs 0 Brown; best collection dahlias, Mrs Huck,' 2nd, J A
Maclean; best 12 zinnias, Mn C A Cam-
cross; beat collection roses, Mra Huck;
best bouquet, table, Mn C A Carnoross,
Snd, Mrs C A Carnoross; best bouquet,
hand, Mrs Anderson, 2nd, Mrs Huck.
Field Produce,—Best bushel Bpring
wheat, H T Thrift, 2nd, Goo Boottiroyd,
3rd, T Shannon; beat bushel roug 1 bar*
ley, T Shannon; best bushel white oats..
T Shannon, Sad, Goo Boothroy !; boat
bushel black oats, Geo' Booth roy 1; boat
bushel field peas, any color, H T Thrift,
2nd, Geo Boothroyd; best half bushel
beans, fit for cooking, D R Brown, 2nd,
Geo Boothroyd; best 6 head Indian com,
field, J Armstrong, 2nd, Wm Smith;
best bide hay, Geo Boothroyd; b st half
bushel alaiko clover seed, Win Smith;
beat 5 lbs hops grown in New W stmin*
ster district, Eric Andenon, 2nd, H T
Thrift; best bushel early rose poti toes, J
Armstrong, 2nd, E Amler on; best
bushel beauty hebron potatoes, J Armstrong; best bushel early not.tea, any
variety, J Armstrong, Snd, 1) ]*, Brown;
best bushel empire Btato potato ■.-*, E Anderson, 2nd, R McManeny; best bushel
bm-bank seedling potatoes, J Arm -ti-ong;
best bushel any kite vai.'ety, HOoliiakaw,
Snd, C A CumLToss; best 6 man;.ol I wurt-
zel, globe, J A-mstrong, 2nd, l> li Jrowa;
best 6 maurjold wurtzel, long red, A
Murphy, 2nd, J Armstrong; best A sugar
beets, I) R Brow j; best 6 canot*-, tong
red, E Andenon, 2nd, J Armstrong; best
0 carrots, white, W Collisliaw, Snd, W
Smith; best 6 Swedish tuvaips, J Armstrong; best 6 any other turnips, C
Brown; best 2 pnnpkins, 0 A Cat■ncrosa,
2nd, E Andenon; boat 2 heads field cab*
base, J Armstrong, 2nd, D R Brown,
Garden Produce.—Best G carrots,
short, H D Chantrell, 2nd, II D Chantrell; best 6 onions, W Collisliaw, 2ud,
T A FoUowfleld; beat 0 parsnips; H D
Chantrell, 2nd, C A Ca ncrosa; best 6
beets, J Armstrong, 2nd, J Armstrong;
best two cabbages, J Armstrong, 2nd, If
D Chantrell; best two caulifiowon, W
Collisliaw, 2nd, H D Chi-utreli; h- st two
cucumbers, H D Chantrell; best 12 tomatoes, H D Brown, 2nd, W Collisliaw;
best two squashes, C A Camcross, 2nd,
C A Conic toss; beat two citrons, H D
Chantrell, Snd, H D Chantrell: b- at t-ro
watermelons, J S Boothroyd, 2nf'- Geo
Boothroyd; best quart string beans,
green, H T Thrift, Snd, A Hue:-; best
quart green per", H T Thr't, 2nd, A
Hack.
Butter, Cuee-ie, Etc.—Bo3t 4 pouudB
fi-csli, unsalted butter prfnts, E Anderson; best 4 rolUsaltod buttor fo market, J Pickard, Snd, E Ak1o**s6 1; best
25 pounds crook or firkin buttor, *3 An-
dcreou, 2nd, J Armstrong; fc*»st l'ttch of
bacon cured in provinco, b R Jrown;
beat loaf of bread, Mrs C Brown Snd,
D R Brown; best loaf of bread n ado by
girl 12 years old or under, M J SI aunon;
bost pastry, Mrs E Anderson.
Ladies' Work.—Beat araaine vork,
Mrs Huck; beat chenile work, MrsC
Brown; best crock-it inaci*tion,MnBoke,
Snd, Mrs Bokc; beat crochet cd-ri ig, Mn
C A Caiucross, 2nd, Mrs Uok ; best
crochet wool shawl, Misa May Smith;
best knitted lace, Mis C A Cu. across,
2nd, Mies May Smith; best ha A embroidery on cation, Miss May Smith,
2nd, Mra Huck; best hand embroidery
on woolen goods, Misa Smith; beat gen*
tleinau's slippen, Mrs Bokc, 2nd, Miu
May Smith; bost inacratno work, Mrs
McKenzie; best Berlin wool work, Miss
Smith; best patchwork quilt, Mrs 1) R
Brown, 2nd, Mrs Huck; beat ornamoutal
design, any material, Mrs T Shannon,
2nd, Mra T Shannon; bost fancy apron,
Mra Boke; best working apron, Mn
Wiltshire, 2nd, Mn Boke; be t knit
Btockhgs, wool, Mn Boko, 2nd, Mm
Boke; best knit socks, Mn Smith, 2nd,
Mra Huck.
Provincial Masu7acturk. — L'est
hammock, net, Mra McKenzie,
Special Pr-zes.—Best collection of
fruit all round, (by The Columiiian),
Daii.v Colubirian for ono year and |0,
Thos, Shannon; 2nd (by the Association),
A Ferguson; best 0 lbs. leaf tobacco
grown in Now Westminster district (by
Messrs. Beeton ft Murray, Aldergrove),
Thos Pickard; heat baby under two yeara
of ago (by Mr J A McLean, Surrey Centre), Ross M Brown; 2nd, Wm James
Pickard,           	
-Ureyhtnd al the raeiin.
Tho steamship City of Put bin is entitled to the distinction nf being the
"Groyhound of the Pacific." Hor
time from here to San Francisco is far
better than that of any visa 1 that
ever covered the distance During
her last trip up, however, she surpassed anything-the had ever done.
She loft San Franoisoo Sept. 18, at 10
a in., and arrived in Victori t Friday,
Sept 20, at 1:30 p.m., thus making
the run in 51 houn and 30 minutos,
wliich is tho fastest time ever made.
Tho Puobla left San Francisco twenty-
four houn late, and leaves Seattle on
time, having made up for all time lost.
Tho Puebla's fastest known timo waa
on tho down trip, when she broke that *>
record, logging sixty-eight nautical
miles in four houn, which is equal to
twenty statute milei per hoar. A
good part of tho credit fur the Puebla's
speody timo ii duo to her chief engineer, Mr. A. H. Kresa.—Post- Int el -
Ugencer,
-—      ■*■«-*.»   —■.
You ean have your eyea examined and
tho B. Laurence Pobblo Spectacles and
Kye-Glassea scientifically adjusted to
your sight. Mr, Lattnnee, tho eminent
OoidiBt'Opticlan, will bo at D. S. CnrtU
ft Co.'a Drug Store during oxhibition
days. There Is nooxtra charge for examination or consultation, DAILY BttMlSH OOLUMBIAN, NSW WESTMINSTEB, B. 0., OCTOBER 1, 1889.
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Does it pay to exhibit 1 is a question that is nuked quite often, but
genorally after an exhibition is over
. and the excitement and interest attending it havo flagged. Whenever
the question is looked into nt all,
the inevitable vordict is Lhat. it docs
pay in a good many ways. Tlio
great Toronto exhibition, which
opened on tho Uth of this mouth mid
closed on tho 20th, is a I'pprefienta-
tivo oxhibition, and, to look at tho
niatter from a circumscribed point
of view when compared with tlie
total results of the exhibition, tho
exhibit aent from this province,
from thia district, from this city,
hat' paid most unmistakably, not
merely in the honors won and the
notice attracted td the exhibits, but
in the reputation, which will be a
lasting and a productive thing,
whicli the provinco, nnd particularly
this district and oity, havo gained
as a reflex consequence. Tho real
comparative standing of tho splendid fruit exhibit aent from this city
by Alderman Cunningham and of
the fine showing of fruit and vegetables mado by G. W. Henry, of
Port Hammond, will bo best realized
by ascertaining how these exhibits
struck our eastern friends. And
the eastern press may be taken as
fai:*ly expressing this opinion. Under the heading of "Exhibition
Notes," the Empire, which it ia not
necessary to say is one of the two or
three leading papors of Ontario and
of the Dominion, has the following
very gratifying mention to make of
tho exhibit from this city and distriot : "Now that tho fair is over
even exhibitors begin tu express unprejudiced opinion regarding tho exhibit of their rivals. One exhibit,
however, was without rival, and
stood from the lirst on its own
merits. This was the consignment
of fruits from British Columbia,
which was mainly supplied by Aid.
Cunningham, of New Westminstor,
and G. W. Henry, of Port Hammond. Their pears and strawberries were especially lino, and very
few who visited the exhibit passed
through the building without ox-
pressing surprise and admiration ut
the immense size of the fruit. The
orchun.li* of Ontario generally give
forth an abundant yield, bui the
crop of the Pacific province, judging
by tite proportions of (he fruit, must
bn something enormous." From all
of which the inference may be
drawn that it pays very well to
exhibit—-if you have got something
worth tho showing; and British
Columbia, and Westminster district
particularly, will never be at a loss
in this respect.
exhibited, and a panic taking place
the people trampled ovor ono another till they lay ono upon another
in heaps. "Thoso that were beneath stabbed those that were
above, to disengage themselves."
One thousand persons at least were
killed outright. Two centuries ago
in England a firework display was
got up on the smallest provocation
to amusement or rejoicing. In I69G
Pepys says "there were famous fireworks, the king being returned from
his progress," and tho same entertaining gossip records an amusing
display ou a small scale iu which he
took part. Under dato Aug. 14,
10C6, he tells "About nine, to Mrs.
Mercer's galo, whero thn fire and
boys expected us, and her son had
provided abundance of serpents and
rockets, and thero mighty merry,
tny Lady Pen and Pcgg going
thither with us and Nan Wright,
till about twelve at night, Hinging
our fireworks and burning one another and tho peoplo over tho way."
This was followed by supper and
dunning until threo in tho morning,
so wo may conuludo that tho genial
and immortal diurist hnd a good
time. Tliu conclusion of tho Peace
of Utrecht gavo excuse for a firework display, and in 17*19, at the
signing of tho Peace of Aix-la-
Ohapellfi, n similar event took place,
both at the public expense, Upon
the latter occasion the cost was no
less than i'I-1,500 and considerable
grumbling resulted from the taxpayers. In June, 17*03, a display
of fireworks on Tower Hill, to celo-
drato tho king's birthday, resulted
in rioting between the Jews and
some sailors, the latter breaking
into throe houses which they completely gutted. From that time
pyrotechnic displays, at the taxpayers' expense, became fewer, until,
at the present day, they are things
of the paat. Whether future state
pageants will bc marked by similar
exhibitions is doubtful. Recent precedents are against such a course,
and in these days, when pyrotechnic
displays havo becomo obtainable at
a comparatively small cost thoy
seem to be regarded as less peculiarly fitting accompaniments to a
state ceremonial.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Dr. Edson sums up the etiology
of typhoid fever in the following
words: First, typhoid fever never
infects the atmosphere; second, it
never arises de novo ; and third, the
causes of the disease, in order of
their frequency, are us follows;
First, infected water; second, infected milk j third, infected ice;
fourth, digital infections ; fifth, infected meat.
Ono of tho principal attractions
of exhibition week will probably bo
the fireworks display.   The origin
of fireworks, like that of gunpowder,
has been ascribed to tho Chinese.
Early records are not to be had, but
Barrow in his ''Travels in China,"
written in 1804, declared that tho
fireworks he boheld in Pekin wero
the finest he ever saw.   It is, however, evident from this writer's admiration   that   he   was unfamiliar
with similar exhibitions in Europo,
although  they hud been comparatively common for more than a century before that date.   The Florentines nnd Viennese are entitled to
the credit of introducing feux (Parti-
/ice to the Europeun public, by their
ado-TUiients of buildings with painted-f-.tatues, frotn whoso mouths and
eyesiE3ueda beautiful fire.   Collot
hus proserved  these exhibitions for
us in numerous engravings, in which
are el own processions of dragons,
swans, eagles, ifca, "vomiting forth
the most amusing fireworks." These
fireworks were, however, of a very
primitive type.   In Rome "at the
creation of the popes thoy displayed
illuminations   nf   hand - grenudoes
thrown from the hoight of a castlo."
Evelyn has left us in his Diary nn
account   of   the   firework   display
which took place in Rome in 1644
on the occasion of tho procession of
Popo Innocent   X. to St. John di
Laterno.    "What I saw," ho says,
"was that which was built before
the Spanish ambassador's house and
another before that of the French.
The first appeared to bo ti mighty
rook   bearing  the Pope's arms, a
dragon   and   divers figures."    He
then relates how the whole was fired
and yet preserved its pattern, whilst
"ten thousand reports of squibs and
crackers   spent  themselves,"   At
this time no proper distinction was
drawn between fireworks and illuminations; for Evelyn goes on to
tell  of "twenty other fireworks of
rare art," which, from the description,
were what we should term illuminations,   ln   1764  an Italian obtained   permission to give a pyrotechnic display in Paris, which insulted in a riot, the populace fearing
danger  from  fire.    Later  in the
same year a more successful display
took placo, representing tho forges
of Vulcan   beneath  Mount Mtna.
Theso are tbe first recorded displays
of  the pyrotechnic art in France.
At tho Dauphin's marriage, on May
31, 1770,  "tho grandest fireworks
that have ever been known" were
Eminent members of the Canadian judiciary hnve pronounced
tliomselves in favour of tho movement for the establishment of a Dominion divorce court, to bo organized
on the basis of the American system,
According to the constitution, divorces can only be granted by the
Diminion Senato ; and us tho passage of a bill authorizing a decree
of separation costs from §2,000 to
§3,000, divorce is a luxury which
only rich Canadians can afford.
The establishment of such a court
might fill a "long-felt want," but
there is danger that it might lead to
abuses more grievous than the evils
of tlto present system.
A man in Texas was nccused of
stealing a horse. It is scarcely
necessary to say that immediately
thero was a lynching bee. At the
conclusion of the entertainment the
participants found that they hud
hanged the wrong man, and tho
high-minded citizens who had managed tho afiair wero filled with, remorse. They determined that tlie
dead man's memory wns entitled to
vindication, and therefore a committee was appointed to wait upon the
widow. They found hor weeping.
Tho chairman, with an awkward
wave of his slouch hat, said in somewhat embarrassed uiauner: "Marm,
wo hanged your Iiusband, but be
was tho wrong man. Marm, the
joke is on us."
English capital is pouring iuto
Mexico as well as the United States.
The Mexican Financier says that it
is now clearly in preponderance, nnd
thut almost every weok sees a now
company organized in London forthe development of Mexican properties. Not less, than 865,000,000 of
English capital is being invested in
(he system of railways now under
construction in the southern portion
of the republic, Fora misguided
freo trade country, England appears
to bo doing; very well. Hapolini of
Milan, has described a method of his
which ho states ho successfully employed in sixty-two cases of deaf-
imsH of old age. It consists in mopping tho membrana tympani with
a woak oleaginous solution of phosphorus. He claims that the treatment diminishes the opacity of the
membrane, increases the circulation
and improves the hearing.
Children Cryfor Pitcher5sf-jstonii
FOR   SALE.
1Q HEAD WOIUC HORSES. They nre
10 only fl or 0 yearn old, woll broken
nnd In good condition. Will bosold cb-jHp
for cash. Inspection solicited. For (ml
[mrUctilnrs nnply to
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dwi-eMc Now WcNtm I nstcr.
NOTICE.
PARTIES REQUIRING DRAYS, WAGONS, Ac, for tbo Grand Procc-salon
on llm 2nd dny of the Exhibition nml1
Celebration can procure themt rom Jon.
M. wise nnd W. K. Dickinson.
ft. J. THOMPSON,
dso2*itc Chairman Proce&BlonCom.
THK KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS WILI,
moot In the Board of Trade Hall at fj
o'clock sharp on THURSDAY, Oct. 3rd,
for tbo pnrpoHo of (olnlng tho procession.
Vlilttng Brethren aro Invited totakepbrt
In the parade.
<tse23M T. ACKflBBUN- O, C.
Hold Your Orders
 _&.2srxz>	
Save  Money!
As we hnvo a Car-load of the Celebrated
Adams & Son's Lumber Wagons,
Which will bo here in about 10 Days.
Wc will also receive a number of Delivery WllgOHH by the mime car.
Mainland Carriage Works.
Joclto X*XTXtX__a-_r  Sc  BBYSOU.
ZED.   S.   HAUU
Bookseller, Stationer and Importer!
(WHOLESALE AND RETAIL),
Columbia St., NewWestminster.
English, Foreign and United States Periodicals and Newspapers constantly on hand.   Books imported to order.
OPENING!    OPENING!
CALL AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF GOODS.
MltS.M. It. WILLI*.™* Si MKS. J. KIM ItK OPEN THEIR KEW
MillilU-l-y Stock to-slay (Oct. 1st), iss tho WINTEMUTE BLOCK, oss
Columbia Street, third door enst of Church Stroot.
Wo ssro also prepared to do Fashionable Dressmaking, sss wo have a
a first-class Fitter assd Draper from the cast.   Perfect fit guaranteed.        docltc
for MM
Miss Peebles
WILL nOLD A
BAZAAR and FANCY FAIR
Snd, 3rd and 4th or October.
__r eis Fj-*j-ai™:is*as on coxjuzsbta. st.
Tho store svill lie illuminated svith Chinese Lanterns and ths'Osvss open to tho
pnl'ie from Sn'lO ss. sn. till 11 p. in. Tlso store tins been enlarged nnd is nosv 70 feet
long. Ais ORCHESTRONE isssd other valuable articles will bo sold by Dutols
Auction at tho closo of tho Bassaar.
NOTE THE ADDRESS:»Coliiinbla Street, opposite the
Rank of Montreal. sc.'sMwlm
BUGGIES,
PHOTONS,
MARKET
WAGONS
Best Assortment in the Province.
See our display at tlio Provincial Exhibition before purchasing
elsewhere.
F.G. STRICKLAND & CO.
N. B.—Sulkey, Gang, and Walking Plows always in stock.
A.   DesBRISAY,
Corner Columbia and Blackie Streets,
OPP. C. P. 11. STATION,
General Groceries & Provision
SBI.ECTBD
Teas, Coffees, Spices, Butter, Eggs, Cheese,
Dried Meats, Canned Goods, Fruits
and Confectionery.
JAMES D. RAE
[suceEason.TO d. mcf-tadisn]
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FIRST-CLASS
Groceries and Provisions
:ar wa :ms mm •   *mi- ws •
Ooflees Roasted and Ground on tho Prcmisos.   Fino Toas is Specialty.
Uwiy COLUMBIA 8TBEET
ISSffll COLUMBIA HEAT MARKET,
t'oliun'-fit Street, New Westminster.
VAN   VOLKENBURQH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT   I'UItVEYOKS IN GENERAL.    NtEHII AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
sta-flpoelal lisses quoted for tlso shipping trade.   Fnsnily orilors strictly attended
to.   H'otols will find it to thoir interest to placo their ordors with tho abovo firm.
d"8ssoly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & "REICHENBACH,
raUCCESBOBS TO W. It, TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hums, Bacon, Sausage, Bolognas, Etc
duolyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
Tnis OofifMisiAS PnimiKa Estabiishmknt has flrst-olass facilities tor
all kinds ot Commercial Printing. Bill Headi. Letter Headi, Circular!,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of every description, Posters, Dodgers,
Price Lists, &<*• Prices will lso found as low as at any other offion where
firsts-class work is done.
 OP THE	
B. 11 Agricultural Association Exhibitior
 TO BE HELD AT	
NEW WESTMINSTER CITY,.
October 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 1889
DIVISION A.
Classes 0, 18, 27 antl All.   The prizo is increased to  530 00
DIVISION C.
cuss.                                      OXFORD DOWNS.                         1st 2nd
17 Bast Rain, ono-year old nml upwards §10 00 $5 00
18 "      "   Lamb    5 Q0 3 00
10   *'   Pen of 3 Ewes ono year old antl upwards    7 00 fi 00
20 "     " of 3 Ewo Lambs    fi 00 A 00
SHEEP-MERINO.
21 Bost Rum ono year old and upwards ,'  io 00 u 00
22 "      "   Lamb    500 300
23 "   Pen of 3 Ewes ouo year old und upwards    7 00 5 00
24 "      " of 3 Ewo Lambs    fi 00 4 00
DIVISION D.
CLASS,                                            SUFFOLK.                              1st 2nd
18 Host Hour ono year old and upwards §10 00 §5 00
10 '*  Brooding Sow in farrow nt tho meeting or that lias liaon
within sis month**    7 50 4 00
20 "   Pon of two Sows, of tho samo litter, undor 12 months    fi 00 3 00
21 "   Boar under one year old    5 00 3 00
DIVISION E.
class.                              ORNAMENTAL FOWLS.                 1st 2nd
75 Best pair Pea Fowls § 3 00 $2 00
76 -'     "   Guinea Fowls    2 00 100
77 "    "   English Pheasants ■    I 00 50
78 **     "   Mongolian Pheasant*-    1 00 50
70 "    "   White Turkeys, not to be entered for any other prize.   2 00 1 00
On pngo 53 in Prizo List, amongst Special Prizes, H. M. Cunningham & Co.
should read 5 entries instead of 15.
DIVISION L.
class. CUT FLOWERS. 1st
58 BostORosos 8 1 00
59 *■   Collection of Dahlias , ,    1 00
60 "   Bridal Bouquet    1 00
61 "  Wreath or Oross    1 00
02 Best Six Rex Begonias     1 00
1)3   "   Water Color, Floral    2 00 81 00
04 "      "        "     Landscape or Marino    2 00 I 00
05 "      "        "     Still Lifo    2 00 1 00
00   M      "        "     Portrait    2 00 1 00
07   "      "        '*     Collection    5 00 3 00
68   **    Oil       "     Floral    2 00 100
00   "      "       "    Landscape or Marino    2 00 100
70 '     Still life    2 00 100
71 "      "        "     Portrait    2 00 100
72 "      "        "   Collection    5 00 3 00
73 '•   Decorative Painting    2 00 1 00
74 "   Modeling or Wood Carving    2 00 1 00
75 "   Hand-painted China ,    200 1 00
70   "   llepoitsce or Hammered Brass Work    2 00 1 00
77 "   Oil Painting, Children under 15 yearn    2 00 1 00
78 "   Crayon Landscape...     2 00 1 00
79 "      "    Portrait    2 00 1 00
80 ."   Collection Cabinet Photos (plain)    300 150
81 ••         ••           "          "     (colored)    3 00 1 50
Under Classes -17 and 4!) of this Division the prizes should ho So and 83. not
53, $1.60 and §3. <
class.                                      DIVISION N.                           Ut 2nd
11 Best Rick Rack Crochet *. $ 1 00 8   60
12 "   Crochet Lace     1 00 50
13 "   Collection Knitted Lace *    5 00 3 00
14 ■■   Honiton Lace    l 00 50
15 "   PointLaco    100 60
16 "   Collection Lace  ..     4 00 2 00
17 "   Darned Not ■    1 00 50
IS   "   Applique Work    1 50 75
19 "   Crewel Work     1 00 51)
20 »   Outline Work    1 00 50
21 "   Kick Rack, Sown     1 00 50
22 "   Cheney Work, hand-made.     1 (JO 50
23 "   Crazy Work     1 00 * fiO
24 "   Braiding on Wool    1 00 60
25 "        "      "   Cotton    1 00 50
26 "   Historic Picture, raised wool work    3 00 2 00
class.                                      DIVISION P.                           1st Snd
33 Best Bunch Sawn Shingles S 2 00 §1 00
31   "      "     Shaycd Shingle's    2 00 ,100
class.                                      DIVISION Q.     '                     1st 2nd
4 Best Arasoino Work / Not competing for any othor V ......,S - 00 §100
5 •'   Chenillo Work 1        class in this Division.        «T     2 00 100
Class No, 1 altered to read §3 and §2.
class.                                      DIVISION T.                           lsb 2nd
7 Best Carriage Afghan 8 1 00 §   50
SPECIAL PRIZES.                        1st 2nd
Geo. D. Brymner—Best Collection Bottled Fruit and Jellies S 7 00 §3 00
Kennedy Bros—Best Collection of Grain grown iu the Province by
Exhibitor, 1st prize, $10 cash and the Daily Columbian for one
year; 2nd prizo, §5 cash and lhe Daily Columbian lor ono year
[Daily Columbian, 88)  18 00 13 00
P, Peebles—Best Bread by lndy not competing for other prize, one
Dominion Wiro Mattress, valuo    7 50
FA™i™™:xo3™r.aHiiB
DRESS MAKING
At, nine .immm®,
(Lath or Enqlasuj
Corner of Oliuruh nml Columbia Street™,
NKW WHSTMINSTICK.
■w-SiitlHfuctlini Kiutnm teed.    *lwfe7lo
«L__i a»
MONUMENTAL
"wtoessbb.
Columbia and Church Streets,
Alex. Hamilton,
PROPRIETOR.
CROSS & POINGDESTRE,
Wholesale antl llotall
TOBACCONISTS
OHOIOE I1HANDS OP
IMPORTED  CIGARS,
Finest Cigarettes,
Kssiscy Issiisorlcil PIPES, TOUCHES, Ct-
(JAltETTlS CASES, ETC.
Choice Smoking Tobacco
Tlsosispsisss'ssslsl Tlsoto Onllery,
COLUMBIA 8TREET   „, NEW WESTMINSTER.
Plants for Sale!
rvBDEIlS TAKEN l'l ill 1'IUHT AND
U ORNAMENTAL TUBES, lisolsssllssg
all tlio loading vnrlsttlos uf
Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries,
—AI.SO	
BJI.IM. FRI'ITS ot overy di'xcrllilloss.
Ilossqnels, Wressttss uml Crosses snsssle
to os-slssj*.
iisisvssissj'l p. LATHAM.
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANtJI*ARTUItF.Iia  OK
TIN, C0PPER& 8HEET-IR0K
-w_™.*a*Hj.
VEDSTEn'B MOCK (UP-BTAIltS),
Fhont Stiieet,      Nkw Westminstkh.
SAVING .JUST OPENED IN THE
nbovo line, wcrcspetstfullyi-ollclla
rs of tho trade, nml trust fiytiarerui
attention to orjors nml moderate elinrgcs
lo merit the same, Experienced workmen) sat Uf net ion (-unrnnteod,
Estimates furnished forGftlvnnlKedlron
Cornice, Hooting, Plumbftijr, Qiw-llttlng,
Steam and Hot Water Heating, Ao,
■arBntroncfl to promises on Mary Ht
ln rcur of Bank of JJ. C. dwrnliuto
Business Notice.
rpMK ONDiBllSIQNEi) IS PUEPARED
J. to furnish plans ondspoolfioatlonsfor
nil classes of buildings (stono and brlok 11
specialty). Will furnish nil the necessary
drawingsiindHiiper!iu*'ii.l workthi-ini!:li ;•
competent foreman, and will guarantee
perfect work for II per cent, of cost, Oflleo
iu Hank of II. C. Building, upstairs, now
Westminster. JAMKH KENNEDY,
dwsellta Architect.
^OTIC-jEL
T HEREBY (UVE NOTICE THATslxly
1 [do! duya nfter ditto. I intend to mnko
application to lhe Chief Cnmnitsstoner or
Lands and Works for permission to purchase the following tractor pnroolof land,
vl;*:
An island In Now Westminster District
nortii of Lot 101 [MoNali's rnnehel lu the
Fraser Rlvor, containing flvo [5] acres,
moro or less.
HENRY E, HARLOCK.
Ladner'B Landing, Sept. 12,1881),      U2m
Dealers In nil kinds of
Groceries
—AND—
GENERAL PROVISIONS
Ooods delivered to any part of (ho city
free.
Cor, Columbia and Douglas BU,,
dauOyl NEW WESTMINSTER.
Farmers, Attention I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
FOR SALE
—AT—
Chilliwack, B. C.
31 Farm Wiiroiis.
IS Buck Boards.
1 Span well matched 4-ycar old
Black Horses,
3 Sin-sic Driving Horses.
(> Cows and Valves.
10 Bend Steers.
I Trot I ini: Wagon.
AST A I'sill l.iisu ot Cooking Stoves,
Heating Stoves, Tinsverc, ITarslsvare,
Orocssrscs, Dry Gootls, Notions, Crockery k Slonosvisro, Clothing, Hats k Caps,
Drugs, Farm Implements, House Funs-
Islsings, Fssrnituro, and the Largest Lino
f Boots anil Shoos aliovo Westminster
anil tho most Complete Stools of Genoral
Morchansliso,
COMIi   AND   KXAMINB  AND BE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS.
JylOdttwSm
STOVES! STOVE:
-".'s.jis'Isiq-O    TO-
E. S. SCOULLAR _ CI.
Cheap Cooking Stoves & Ranges!
DON'T FORGET THE ADDRFSSi
'OK    TO
SAMUEL MELLARD,  ■  CHILLIWHACK.
Whom sve have appointed our 'Sole agent for our celebrated
Stoves in that district. Mr. Mellard will supply our Stoves at
New Westminster prices. dwno lyi
THIS Bl'ACIS BELONGS TO
H. T. READ & CO.
UAKDWABB MRHCHANTR
BUGGIES!     BUGG8E3!
JUST RECEIVED,
A CAR-LOAD OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring iMcLaughlan
 ALSO	
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
Bemoerat and Express Wagons!
__T The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia."^]
ISVIS|S.)I<- Ij.
Hieic™. db 0*o.-r*ri€->.
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, New Westminster.
Inn
r
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS & all kinds of f oolen M
KEADV-MADE CLOTHING.
dc"** The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the Nesv Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Horne
Industry, dmhjote
ROYAL OITY
Planing lis Company, U.
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MANUFACTl'KKRS AHD PEALKR9 IK
I
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES. NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
__-ST2Z,  AIX  XEX-SroS  OT
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors,   Frames,   Windows,
Mouldings. Balusters,
Blinds. Brackets,
Railings, NeWcSs.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
tarn City Foundry I Mm Ms Co.
(_,X__X__Z2Z- )
Engineers, Boiler Makers, and Iron and Brass Founders
HAVING filiKATLY INCREAS8D THEIll PKEMISE8 AND MACHIK-
ory, isrss iss a position to siissles'takss tlso cossstrssctloss ansl repairs of Murine
nml Htntloiiary Eiij-lnes and Boilers, Milling, Mining anil Cannery
Machinery, as woll as (-listings ansl ForglngS of ovory -Inscription.
Estimates given t ull work guaranteed.
D. CARTMEL, A. McKELVIE,
Gemmai, Makaoeii. slwjintc MkmamOal Managed, YOUTHS VI1.-NO. 79.
DAILY BRItlSH OOLtJMBIAft, NfeW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., OCTOBER 1, 1889.
CHtNESE  LADIES1  FEET.
i Pedal Extremity Two Inched lu _Leagth
the Idol of a Ohlnamau.
-At llvo years of ago the rich Chinaman's
Ja-j -.-:; ut has hor foot bo firmly bound that,
n lix: iituivo phraso. tbe wholo is killed,
•lio root below tho Instep, explains u writer
3 tlio New York Ledger, is pressed Into a
.iiu wltli tho log, to odd to tho height of the
itilo Bitfloror, whilo two of tho toeB are
■uui, under tho solo, that its breadth may
_ only of tho least dimensions, Tho agony
f such a prooosB it would be hard to ostl*
i'ato* but it is said to lastaboutBix weeks,
fhon, I suppose, tho wasting of all the
avtn, and tiio cessation of many of their
uucUoiib- huvo rendered the wholo iasonsl-
lo to pain. L ^   ^      £&*>..
This insensibility to pain fs, perhaps, con
ued fo the miter parts, for the chiof per
ni belonging to the temple on the Island ol
toiuim stated that his Bister suffered much
nguUh in tlto sole of the foot, or rather, In
'■u lower and more central parts.
To some inquiries as to whether this prac-
fco of destroying tho foot was not attended
ii.li [liinilur evils in after-lifo, he said no;
"d na ho wasaman of Intelligence, his vcr-
ut inny bo rolled upon. Among tho multl-
..103 who come for henlth and cure to the
capital*), no one has yot been met with
those ailments could bo Imputed to this
iii reo. This Is a curious fact, nnd such us
light well lead ub to desire a moreIntimato
■•■■usiintanco wlththo anatomy of this mor-
■liorgnn, Hint wo might see how nature,
iidoi-tlioproBsuroof sogrent a calamity
pa contrived to maintain tho intercourse
tho arterial and nervous Bystom, and
jop tho limb from being materially Injured
j-it.
Tlio development of the muscles whioh
>rm the calf of the log being checked, tho
tub consequently tapers from Its sookot
own to tho foot, without any rUings or In*
lotions, This is regarded ns tho perfection
t beauty by tho Chinese, who say that tho
neo of tho femalo la not protuberant, llko
in huco of tho mule, and is so well covered
:i:t. sho can remain kneeling a long timo
iihoutinconvenience. Itls perhaps less
iroughout Its length than when tho foot is
(lowed to retain its natural size; hut
-hcihor this Ib from want of exercise,
hieU evor acts as a stimulus to muscular
•form ity, orirora the lack of nutriment
.trough functional disturbance, I can not
.ko upon mo to flay; but I Buspeot the forei* is tho real causo; otherwise the mat-
ir would grow from had to worse, till the-
holo was destroyed by atrophy. * mt
A loot two inches ln longth is tho Idol of a
hinuman-on whioh ho lavishes tho most
rcolouB epithets whieh naturo and lan-
iago can supply. But its beauties are al*
< pother ideal; for when stripped of its gay
.vestments, it is a piteous mass of lifeless
-tegument, which resembles the Bkln of a
■ashorwoman'shand aftor It has undor*
"■nc a long maceration In soap and water,
lio flight of it is well fitted to excite our
impulsion, not our commendation—a beau*
ful limb crushed Into a heap of deformity.
Tiic thought of seeing a Chinawoman's
ol might awaken a smile; butlthink 1
Ight defy the most merry-hearted to
ugh when tho loosened bandages dis-
pnefl tho sad reality to his eyes. But fancy
is played her part so woll that this piece
r«iued naturo, which is seldom seen hy
cu, is treated as the prime essential of all
minimi beauty.
"The loot of a Chinese woman," Bald Ito
Chinese acquaintance, "Ib vory hand-
■iiH', ao that it is a great pity to spoil it."
o smiled with much satisfaction at tho
inpatient, but would only allow that It In*
rfored with tho gait. "They can not
,i!li :!i> well," was tho amount of his contusion in my favor. Ho wns so blessed ae
it tn know tho roal state of this organ, and
ei-eforo his admiration had no alloy.
Custom rendered my eye so familiar to
e small foot that n Chinoso lndy would
-arcely seem to bo complete without it; hut
was my misfortune to Bee it unmasked,
id therefore I could not sympathize with
m. To Bhow thnt thore Is groat privacy
tout this small foot, I need only mention
ni tlio servant, when her mistress pro-
■eded lo unwind the bandages, blushed
<d turned hor faco to the wall.
THE MODERN  WOMAN.
. Washington Bride Outlines the Duties
Sho Owes to Society, »
'-■NeUio, dear," began young Mr. ToworB
i his bride, who had just come in from an
■ ily constitutional, **you—"
'•Helen, if you please, dear.  Let us begin
.0 in good form; Nellie Is ohoolete."
"Woll, then, Helen, I'd liko to havo you
■ivo with mo after breakfast."
'•Impossible, William; at 9:80 I practice
,-lth tho pulleys arid weights."
"Woll, ten wW do."
"At ten I begin muscular exercise, tho
.ck and cheat movement and nnklo oxer*
iso."
"Eloven, then—"
"At 11-take my Turkish, whioh brings
no homo to lunoh with you ot 1:80."
"Thoa Burely, dear—" ^
■ -How inconsiderate, dear. I have an on-
i^cment with tho manicure at two sharp,
id at 2:80 tho lady who does my hair and
"i-iplexion—"
"Good heavens, you don't mean—'.,
"That I paint or bloaoh my hair. O,no;
mt it Is now customary for ladles to put
heir hair out to rogular artists, massago
nd oil and electric needles, you know, to
trengthen tho faoial muscles, prevent
yrinkles and remove superfluous halrB."
"But you'ro pretty euough—"
'■Ono must bo beautiful, William. Mere
l-ttracsB Is pasBO.  At three o'clock I play
■mils, whioh calls into action and develops
io set of musclOB. At four I mount tlio
-ioyclo for the same reason. From flvo to
x i go through my posing or drawing-room
xGrclses, and after dinnor—%
' "Will you go with mel"
"Woll, perhaps; butthlB Is iny raw veal
veiling—"
"Raw veal I What on earth-"
"Stupid boy. Of courso you've noticed
imt I wear a mask ovory day to koop from
.miting, and wear gloves ovory night; but
' io raw veal laid over one's face for two or
h reo hours is only an occasional—"
! "But, Holen," In horror, "do you never
lo tiny thing hut this all tho year round!"
"Goose t of courso this merely happens to
io my physical culture day; to-morrow Is
■oeletyday. I receivo and givo myself up
0 nocioty visitors and the olub. Wcdnos*
lay is ohuroh day. I hunt up worthy poor,
rruugo Sunday-school picnics, visit the W.
t. T. U., Foreign Missions, Daughters of
lie King meeting, and havo the minister
.ml wiro to dinnor. Thursday I devote to
toraturo and politics. I read, write, attend
-'utTrngomeeting or lecture on literature,
■is u.ophical or science subjects. Friday U
rl. day. This time I devote exclusively to
rl, to painting, modeling ln clay, or in tho
uaroh for antiques und In the study of
t>riiinics. Saturday I glvo up to mydroHH-
ui kor and the study of fabrics, tones aud
Iraperios,   You  will notice tho Greek
,110(101—'- k-v •*        -V
■Well, Mrs. ToworB, will you tell mo what
.fine is left for me!" • ■■■ *•*•*■-*)   flfc . •
l0h, you, William! Why, I had forgot*
■on; but thon," cheerfully, "I'm nover busy
iflor church Sundays. That time la wasted
my way. We can always have Suuday
ifternoons, except the time I devote to
iouio duties." *■*-*-■
A modern woman Is a martyr, concludes
uhe Washington Post, and Bhe rarely has an
•jour for her own enjoyment, jagg
Plain Prince Biimarek,
Frinco Bismarck, whether at Wilhelm-
■ii'iiss, Van-in or Friedrlchsruho,Ib avory
iluiii man indeed, and is utterly careless of
'.ppenraucea.  His servants aro all ancient
"ml Indifferently dressed, and his equipages
ire said to be "plainer and uglier thun
luiso of a provincial  gentleman  nover
living Mb tfatlve city." The Princo has
s own wny of getting rid of visitors who
itstny their welcome, An Ambassador
ice asked him how bo managed to cud an
tcrvlow.    "Perfectly easy," answered
ilsmnrck.    "My wifo knows pretty nccu-
■ntely when pooplo prolong tholr visit Uo-
t'ouil tho proper time, nnd thon sho semis
.Toniitessugothatlomwantod."  He had
vi■■":■• flulshed speaking whon a footman
. u..->.ril ut iho door and informed him tlmt
..- Princess wished to speak to him.   Tho
lit i <iKii.,  blushing nnd confused, bent u
■'■-.■■ ly retreat, without stopping for the
■riiimiry formalities of loavo-taklng.
ft Made
Mother Strong
"By mothor bos heei
Using PiiMB'B CELnm
Compound for nervoui
prostration, nccompan
led by melancholia,
eta, audit has dom
her a world of good
Itistheonlymcdt
cine that strength
ens the nerves.'
0, H. Bi:giis,
orblsonla,
Pa.
"IafiflnmyMthycar. Havobecunfllletedli
sevoral ways-could not Bleep, had no appetite
no courage, low spirits. I commenced using
Palne's Celery compound, and folt roller Iron
tho third dny niter using It I now have a good
appotlte and can Bleep well My spirits ant
courage nro almost like those ol a young man.'
8.0. Kikkaid, D. D., Gonzales, La,
Paine's
Celery Compound
Btrengthom nnd builds up tho old, and euro;
tholr Infirmities. Ithenmallam, indigestion and
nervousness yield quickly to tho curativepowoi
of Palne's Celery Compound.
A Perfect Tonic and Invlgorator, It
0IVI8 NEW LIFE.
" I nm now oo years old and havo tried Bovoral
remedies, but nono lind any ellect until I used
l'aliio's celery compound. I fool entirely dlf
leront ror t lie Bhort timo I havo used it. I can
walk nearly straight, sleep sound and well, mid
teol uh though thero wus now llio and euorgj
coming into my wholo system."
ii. m vaus, Cleveland, Tenn.
Palne's celery compound Is or itraqunicd
valuo to women. It ulreiigthom- the nerves,
regulates tho kidneys, and has wonderful powei
in curies tha painful diseases wltb which wo
men so ofton silently suffer.
|l per bottlo. six for So. At Drugglsta,
Wells, Uichakdson & CO        Moktbul.
ohmohd DYES ZASTeZ^
your imf&BMBUiR
For Hire.
TWO OB THREE TEAMS OFSTRONG
WORKING HOUSES.
Apply to
scMo   WOODS, TURNER A GAMBLE.
W. C. LOYE,
Fashionable Boot aid Sboe Mm,
RepRtrliiff Neatly Done* Cork Sole
.Vork a Specialty.
■arordera promptly attended to,
CUrkaon St., ln rear of Colonial Hotel, next to Rand Bros,' office, duel to
Canadian Pacific Railway,
PACIFIC DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MASTERS OK VES*
\J sols and other Crnfl. navigating Ihe
Fruser Blver nro cautioned to keep within
the Huovh painted Bed and White, respectively, at tho MlBBlnh Bridgo, ns during the construction of the 'Iriifee, navigation botween (lie banks or tho itiver
mul tho Buoy-t Ih dungerout*- owing to piles
being driven thero.
H. ABBOTT,
Gencrnl Superintendent.
Vancouvor, B. C, 7th Mny, 1889.  rimyfUc^
ISTOTIOB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
,'ifl dnys from dnte wc Intend to apply
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works lor permission to leaso, for timbering purposes, the following desoribed
lands situated in Now Westminster District-
Commencing at a squared post sot nn
llio cast sido nf u creek, about one inllit
from lis inoutti, situated iiortli-wi'sterlv
from Woolrldgo Island, Howo Sound;
thenoo norlh ll) ohs., west 10 ohs., north
40 ehs., west ll) ohs., norlh lfiO chs., west .in
vh.., north fiO chs., west 20 chs,, north m
chs,, west 00 ohs., south HO chs,, enst fill
cbs,, south 1*20ehs., cnsl. 2(1 clis., south 80
chs,, east 'JO chs,, south 20 chs., cast SO chs.,
south 20 chs., east 20 chs., to place of com-
iiii'iKii'iuent-conlalnlng 1600 acres, more
or less.
ROYAL 01TST PLANING MILLS CO.
'Limited'.
John HsNnnr, M imager.
New Westminster, Sept. Cth, 18S9.
dseflmi
Sfotice of Dissolution
NOTICE IS HERE1IV GIVEN THAT
tho parlneishlp heretofore subsisting Luilwecn tlm undersigned under the
firm uiuno of Comcrford A Mellnugiill,
MercliniitTiillor.*, has beon tllsnql veil this
day by mutiuil consor.t. All accounts
owing the lute firm ure to bu pnld to J. A,
McDougitll, and ull i-titlms against the
said firm w\\\ he sottlod by him.
T, COMEBKORL.
J. A, McDOUGALL.
NewWe8l.,Alig.3l,I.l5sS['.
Mr. J. A. McDougall
WILL CONTINUE TIIE BUSINESS
under his own name, nt the same
storo, on Columliln street, next lo V.
Crake's,   A conllnmuieo of  the   public
Siatronngols respectfully solicited,  sutis-
Hctlon guaranteed. dwhoSte
M.A.ffleRAE
 HAS 0*J	
Exhibition
The finest nssottmont of
English Tweeds, Worsteds,
Fancy Pantliigg-, Ac,
*«%, just
A cnll solicited.  Armstrong Block, Now
dw Westminstor.        mhSStc
. MURDERED!.
J* (Abosst21'. M.,Sopt.ll) §
1*1 HIGH PRICES IN BOOTS AND 3
m. . SHOES. §
I   ROBBED   1
J OP ALL CULTAS STOCK INg
Jj BOOTS k SHOES. J
!   BURIED   I
BALL   REGARD   FOR   llKlllp
S PRICES. Z,
| WANTED I
t* 1000 MEN, WOMEN * CHIL-f
*s DP.EN, I
_ S
it* To Buy Boots (hat R Boots»
^A. B. WJNTEMUTE'sl
SIGN OP THE BUFFALO,
dWS0l3tC COLUMIIU tjTURBT.
BAPTIST CIlUltfJH, Agnes Street,
East of Mary Street. Lord's Day
SitvIcuk ul 11 a. in. and 7 p.m. Hitbhatn
School iiudltlblo CIiiss nt, 2:80 P. m. All
ser.tsfree; slrangurs cordially welcomed,
—Rev. Thus. Huldwln, pnstor.
METHODIST     CI HI' 11 OU,    Mury
Street.   Rev. .1. II. White, 1'astor
ices at II u. in, ami 7 p. id.
School and Biblo Class 2;:iu p, in,
Meeting on ThursdiiyN ut 7 KOp.'
free; strangers conl hilly Invited,
Sunday
Frayor
QT. PAin.'H C.HUitilli, John Stroot,
Q Opposite Duuii'P Hall. Hev. Thomu-*
Hiuldmi, rnslnr, ''itvIit-h ivory Hiinday
at 11 a. in. mill 7 p. m. Thnrcilay evenings
al-7;:.!! i-Vliifli. Ki.-:ili. free; all tiro r-or.ll*
ally InvlH-il    S Iny Koltoohil.?:.'«i p. m.
/*(Hl!K( II   Hit    VmSUl.ASV, - HOLY
\_j TLINI'IV ciltMiCMI: l-^elor, 'J'he
liish.ip. *■. M \!(V'S l!i.l;i:r[|; Ucclnr,
The Vtn, A.v-lido.uim Wi-nd.-t. sci-v.tii.-a
lu liolli s-l.i-r.'li-.'-, wry day. All i-eata
free. Unih ulnireh-s open all dny (orpri-
viiiu prayor.
T-»llBSUYTMltl,..\ ClimiCU (ST.
X ANDHEW'H', conii'iCnniiirvou nnd
Blackwood Hts. Itov. Th'is. Scoulor,-pastor. Services al II a. in nml 7 p uu; Sunday-scliool nint lllblii-clH*-:- nl l!.:ti! p. iu ;
I'riiycV-mci'tliigoii Thur.-ida> ovoniiifts in
7.80. Seats frobi strnngets welcome.
P.-hOYALLi
T7-   P.-h
IV* Me'w
o'oToob, Oi
i). n.   Regular
 _..ny nighi his
Oddfellnws' H.-tll. VlvMn. 11r«-t11-
ren wi'lciuni'.-.I. K. K'Niniir, K rn It, AH,
IO. O. T.-EXl'KL'-lDl; L'IDGRNO.fl
, inec-ls (iVct-y Mumlay i-v.-iiiiiK »l tin*--
clock, In tht; ■IVnipi-iML'ce Hrll, L'ulumMa
HI. Visiting nifiiili-Ts hit '■onll.-illy liivlt*
ttl.-W.C. IjOVB, Iti'o. mpc.
nALICIIONlA   it
[j SdOIMTY.-Thi
s'!'.   AND1UBW8
A O. F.-COUBT LOUD- DUKi'KHIN,
A, No. mi. 'I'll.- regular meet nigs „t
Uio above Court, iiiv held nt llie Kaiesli-rs'
Hall,on tho Brkt'ithd thliil Wodnosdiiy lu
each monlli, ut S p. m.—Jno. MoM
Benr.	
nun, ni.
'. o. it.
w.
C. T. V—IU-GULAK  MMlTING
. . .  every WeduoHdny afternoon at :i
o'olook at the W. C. T. U. Hondipiurtors,
Douglas SI.   Loyal   Legion In the same
6laco every Friday nfternoon.—Mm*. .L*»8.
dnkisgiiam, President; Mu.'!. .7. A. cvn-
XlsmtAM, Hecrctiiry.	
UNION I.oniJE Nm, 0, A. V.
tf- A. HI.—The regular meetings uf this Lodge are held In
. . the Mosonlo Temple on tlicflrnt
Wednesday In oach monlli, nt 7:_0 o'clock
p. m. Sojourning brethren aro cordially
Invltod to attend.—W. C. Coatham, Sec,
TkOATlD of TIIAUE. Board Room,
X> Oddfellows Brick Bloek, up-stnlrs
Counoil meets on tho flrat Wednesday
ln eaoh montb, nt 4 p. ro, Quarterly
meetings oh the 22nd of Feb,, May., Aug.,
and Nov., at 7:30 p. m. New members
may bo proposed and oleoted at any Quarterly mooting.—D. KonsoN, sec.
WANTED.    .
A GOOD TINSMITH, TO ACT AS
J\. Manager of my Stove and Tlnsmlt h-
lng Department.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Now Wostmlnster.
[Vancouver New} copy.J        dse30tc
Str.Giadys
Will leave for Oliillhvliack
on Tuesiluy, 'liiuvMilay ami
Friday   during   Exhibition
Week at 7 ss. m. (!«ei71d
Comity Court of New Westminster,
11IIE11E   WILL   BK    NO    OISTOIIER
.   slltlissjol tlsss nboveCossrt. Tliussosst
slttliiKSVlll bossu NOVS'SSSISL'S- lisls.
W. H. FALDINd,
Hoglslnsr.
Vasscouver ifelos copy. slsc24lS
ITOTIOE.
VfOTICE  IS HEREBY  OIVEN THAT
li   application wllf bo mude to tho Leg'
Islntlvo Assembly of tho Province of British Columliln »t lis next session for linnet
to Incorporate a company to construct,
operate and maintain n .si reel, mil wny In
tho Oity of New WPHlmliister, and to
ncqulre lands and do all thing.*: necessnry
for iho purposes aforesaid,
Dated this i'-lh dnv nf Kent cm her, 18611.
II. DOUGLAS,
HENRY V'EDMONDS,
dsoDOtc For solves and others,
BY VIRTUE OF TIIE POWER?. P13B-
lulnlng to me as   Mayor, I hereby
appoint and proclaim
Thursdsy llie 3rd Dny or Oelobor, 18S9,
aOlvIo Holiday within (ho limit*; of thn
City of New WcsiniliiMier, nf Thlehiill
persons will take notico and govern them*
Nolvea accordingly.
Given under my hnnd ntthe citv Hnll,
In lhe City of Now Westiiilmiler, this asth
day ofSopiombor, issn.
WM. R. TOWN.-'EN':*,
dtie2Bt-l Mayor.
THOSE  WISHING
FREE-HAND
Orayan.Water Goloror Pastel
PORTRAITS
[For Christ nniNj
Should Loavo their Orders Early with
Miss Linnie Lewis
Ordors taken during the Exhibition nt
the Exhibition Building.
Instruction In Drawing und Tainting at
Studio-Colt. ltd'Ai. Avk. A MAltY St.
dwso2lml
-T*_-_n-
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWARTS CASH, f'ROPBIETORS
Uaies. $1,00 nml *!...0 pi-i* Duy,
ACCOIIDINQ I'll UOOM.
SPECIAL RATE8 BY THE WEEK OR MONTH,
Mr parties supplied with all hinds of
ICE-CREAM. dmylmil
Another consignment of floods Jusl. arrived.  We havo now got
The llcst English, Scotch nnd
French Goods
That can ho hnd In tho marke", Positively tho choicest so'eelloii of I'mitliiL-s In
the eity, umt ul, prices to siilteveiylimly.
Call and be convinced. NotroilblotoshOW
goods, All are woloomo to inspeol,
whet hor they buy or not.
All work Kiiurniitfed. *nid done
on the sliortes; poNHlble
notice.
AlNosoleiigeiilson tho Mainland of British ('inliiMil-tii f<<r lln*
Science of Dress Cutting
Which Insures a peifcnt lit ovory lime and
is so easy thut u ciilht onu understand IL
beggsTheard,
Leading Merchant   Tailors,
1 Dcsssi-Wratol Dloklssmisi's nutolicr Hlsssp,
dmlllyl        88 OOLUMBIA SIIUSET,
British Columbia
XHIBMOI
The Annual Exhibition of the
Will lib Helilnt tlio NEW EXHIBITION   ROILDINO,
fn lho City of
IS
wi;i>m:si>ay. nn nsn vv
uud FRIDAY,
OCTOBER 2ND, 3RD & 4TH, '89.
$7000 - $7000
_C_sr X>™E&XK-EIXal
For  Exhibition   and   Sports.
In connection with this Exhibition will
bo the opening of Queen's I'ark and au
extensive progrnmmb of SPORTS and
OAMES, PROCESSIONS, FIRE-WORKS,
Ac., under direction of the Citizens' Committee.
All entries for tho Exhibition must he
made with the Secretary boforo noon on
TUESDAY, October 1st.
All Stock and other exhibits from south
of lho rlvor will ho en riled across on the
stenm ferry, FitEEOtf cirAiiarc, and drays
will bo found at. railway stations and
wharves to convey exhibits, FUEH, to tho
Grounds.
Special ltctfiicc-1 Rates will bo givon on
all railways and steamers to persons and
exhibits coming to tho Exhibition.
As lt l.i expected the attendance at this
Exhibition will bo vory lnrge, tho Direct
tors hopo to seo an exhibition worthy of
tlio resources nf the province.
Further Infoi-mat-ifm mny be lind from
the prizo lists [whleh will bo sent free on
application], or from the secretary,
T. R. PEARSON,
SECRETARY.
Ni:w W kstm inst Kit, Aug, 23,1889.
dwuu'Hml
GrXZ-AJSTTy
New Westminster, B. C.
Hurin* l'roiiiici-1 ferifiillnr-l B-liiliition,
WESttESOAY, THURSDAY
anil FRIDAY,
OOT. 2nfl, 3rd and 41, '89
$7,000
IN PRIZES!
FOR SPORTS AND EXHIBITION.
SJS'ISRTS TO CONSIST OS.'
Horso Itncini*, Yacht Kuciiig,
Boat nnd Canoo Racing,
Athletic Sports,
Lacrosse, itass-liall. Foot-ball,
Hose Red Contest, and
Riflo Matches.
SIMIKIS   ISIS: AISSI'SCKSS OF TIIK
Caledonian and Si Andrew's Wy.
GRAND TRADES AND SOCIETIES
PROCESSION
—ON	
Thursday Morning, Oct. 3rd.
Itepivsentlng the UieiH Industrie.-'
of (Utt* Country.
Grand Ball!
Wednesday Evening. Oct. 2nd.
Torchlight Procession!
ON KRA8E1' IS1VEI1, AND GRAND
DISPLAY OF   '
FIRE-WORKS
On 1'rlilfi.v I'-Ycnlng, Ori. -lib.
Excursion Rates from all points.
M'Korfnll lnformaiton attd'PrlneLists
see small bills.
W.It. TOWNSEND,
Mayor.
J. 8. C. FRASER, Tronsuror.
H. T. MACKINTOSH,
au32td. S-orotarj'
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA    STKBET,
New Westminster, B. C.
frJTHallsfaolloQ guarassliii'd.      aaisl.1t"
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Late Partner of John McVieker)
MINING ENGINEER, U.S. & PROVIN-
CI AL SUHVEYOK, A ASS AYER.
Masonic Tbmplk Block, Vancouver,
Brit. Ool.
BSTRellnble reports, underground sur*
veys nnd maps of mines executed ntJow
rates. Assays made on allklndsof mln-
eralH, gold and S'lvor bars, Thirty years'
experience In mining In Aula, Etirotifi
and United states of Amerlon, Bpeitus
ton language--. Assays from 11 dlstnii'-o
promptly attended to. Address Vancouver, B.C. ddoj7to
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
sixty days nfter date we fnknd to
apply In IhCOhlofl.'mniiiU'd.iiici'of LaudH
and Works for leave (<- purchase thefol-
Imvlii!' lnnds, sltunlo In the Ulstrlctnf
New Weslinlnsler, ami desei-lb d as follows: Lois tine liuii'li-fd ami tlilrly-ono
118)1. "iif) hundred and ihlrtv-flvo |J;15](
uno hundred and thlrly-slx [1801, onohun-
ni'cd and thirty-eight [i;8], undone huii-
drcil and foity-oiio [111], in Group One of
said Ulslrlnl, containing eight hundred
acres, mure or loss,
Dated lolh September, 18811.
ANDREW LEAMY,
dfiolo _m J. II. GILLESPIE.
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM  PRODUCE*.
Hard-wood. Fir-wood, Bark,
taixl
OF 10ND0N, ENC1AND, ARE
NOW INSURING
FRAME BUILDINGS USED
AS RESIDENCES
At 1-2 per cent, per Annu m
JAMKS CUNNINGHAM,
scMlsss Agosst.
f.L.
nin_
880.33° CORDOVA STREET,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers nnd Dealers tn
MACHINERY
OP ALL DK-SClUTIONa.
MARINE W0RK~A SPECIALTY.
dwde20la
I|l
A lly-hiw to rntsc by loan the sum of
$155,000.00 for the purpose of giving
a bonus io the New Westminster Southern Railway Company ami to grant
to lhe satd Company certain lands
and privileges.
WHEREAS, It is oxpndient lo secure
the construction and operation of
lho llne of railway and other worlts
mentioned In tho Aet of the Lagls-
lallvo Assembly of the Province
of British Oolumbla Incorporating
Iho New Westminster Southern Hailwav
Co, mid the not amending the said not of
Incorporation, in the manner provided for
by certain articles of agreement bearing
dale the tenth dny of September, one
thousand eight hundred and olghty-nlno.
executed by tho Mayor and Clerk of the
elly of New Westminstor (but so ns not
lo bo binding unless and until this by-law
shull eomo Into force) and now deposited
with the snld olerk.
And whfjieas, forthe purpose of raising tho said sum of 8155,000.00, it is necessary to lssuo debentures for tlmt amount.;
Ash wintitBAS, tho total amount  re
quired to bo raised annually by Special
rutofor pnylng tho said debentures und
intorest (hereon, ns hereinafter provided,
is $10,850.00;
ANi)Wiii*iiKAf*,tho ainouiil of tha whole
rateable proporty of tho said eity according to the last revised assessment roll Is
82,540,!M5.00;
Ani> wnimKAH, tho total amount, oftho
existing debt of tho snld City Is Kiia.OOO.OO.
Tni'ltKi-'oni*. the Mnyor and Aldornion
of tho city of New Westminster in council
assembled enact as follows!
1. Itshall he lawful for the Mayor of the
eity of Now Westminster to raise hy wny
of loan from any person or poisons, body
or bodies corporate,'who may bo witling
tondvanoo tho samo upon tno credit nf
the deliehliiivs hereinafter mentioned, llie
sum of 81,j"i,ooo.00,oiul cause the snmeto
be paid into tho hands Of the Treasurer of
the said city for tho purpose herein beforo
recited.
2. Itshall bo lawful for the said Mayor
Io oause any number of debentures to he
made eaeh for sueh sum of money not less
Hum 8500.00. or nn equivalent expressed in
Sounds sterling of the United Kingdom of
rent Britain and Irelnnd at a value of
5*1.8000 to the pound sterling, ns maybo
required, and all sueh deheuturesshall bo
sealed with the seal of I be corporal lon of
tho city nf New Wostmlnster nndslguod
by the Mnyor and countersigned hy llio
Treasurer thereof.
3. The said debentures shnll bo made
payable in fifty years from the dny hereinafter mentioned for this by-law to take
effect at such agency of the Bank of British Columbia in Canada or in London,
Knjrlinid.ns tho council of tbo corporation nf the said city may direct.
-I. Thesaid debentures shall have coupons attached forthe payment of Interest,
atthe rateof five per centum perannum
on the amount of snld debentures.
5. For the purpose of forming a sinking
fund forthe payment of the debt hereby
created and the Interest, thereon as aud
when tho same shall become duo a speoial rate of four mills and one-third of
one mill In the dollar shull bo raised and
levied In eaeh year upon all the rateablo
property In tho said city of New Wcsiir luster in addition to all othor rates.
6. The sum of P150,0'm.0t) shall be applied
as n bonus to the NeivWeitmlhstor Southern Railway Company, and shall be payable to thesaid Company nl the tlmesllm*
Hed by the snld In part melted artioles of
agreement for tho payment thereof by tliu
snld Compnny, and so mueh of the muu
of go-OOCUW ns mny bo requisite shall lm
upplied nnd bo payablo ns therein provided, and the residue, If any, shnll he applied to suoh purposes of tho municipality as the council inny direct.
7. It shall be lawful for lhe Mayor ami
Clerk of tho corporation of the dry nf Now
Westminster to make and enter into for
nnd In the name of and on behalf of thu
snid corporation all deeds contnining all
suoh oovennnts, agreements, provisos and
conditions as may bo expedient for the
carrying out of the aforesaid In pnrt recited nrllclcs of agreement, such deeds
being tlrst approved of by the council of
llioHitld t'orporalion.
8. All property of tho said Company
which U may be possessed of at any timo
shall be nnd lsliereby exempted from
taxation by thecorpnmtlon of tbo city of
New WorI minster during the construction
of the Hue of railway and othor works of
tho Company, and for twenty-live years
from the completion thereof.
0. The ferry service by-law, 1888, nnd the
workshops' bonus by-Inw, 1888, are hereby
roponled.
10. So much of any other by-law or bylaws of tho corporation of the city of Now
Westminster as muy be at vntlnuco nr Inconsistent with this by-law Is hereby repealed,
11. This by-law shnll, before the final
passage thereof, receivo the assent of thu
electors of the corporation In the manner
provided by the jNcw Westminster Aot of
isss, and amending Aots,
12. Thlsby-lnwshnll come Into force on
the Mil dny ot October, 1889.
10. This by-lnw mny be cited as the
Hull wny Bonus By-Law, 188*3.
By-law rond n first time on tho socond
day of September, 1889.
By-lnw rend a second time ontho 10th
dny of September, 1880.
NOTICE.
rpAKE NOTICE THAT THE AllOVEIS
I n truo copy of tho proposed lly-law
which will he tnken Into consideration
by the Municipal Council of the city of
NewWestminster aftor one month from
tho flrat publication thereof In lho Bun**
isit CoLiTMiitAN newspaper, whioh tlrst
publication took plnco on tlio Ilth dny of
September, 1880, nud that a voto of the
electors of the city will bo taken on said
proposed By-law on tho 14th -lay nr Oc-
litlH-r, 1WW, between the hours of ll o'olook
a. m. nnd 5 o'clock p. m„ nt the following
plaeos, nnmoly: In Ward No. 1, at tlio
rc-ldence of ft. Calbick, Dublin street, tn
s:.ld Ward jln Word No. 2, nt tho oflico of
the lato Dominion Sawmill Co., Hlehard
street, In said Ward; 111 Ward No. 8, at tho
City Hall, In said Ward; In Ward No. 4, nt
Ht, Louis College, Blackwood Btreet, fn
said Ward.
D. ROBSON,
dsellld Oity Work
U, JJUl A|
Ae„      At.,     dc*
LEAVE ORDERS AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
       _      (hiiyilUc
J.I. WINGER
I)CALEB IM
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
-Af-J JUAi_ UME
Always in stock.
Orders left, at tlie 0. P, IS. Wliarf will bo
promptly deiivorcd. dmbst'
WEH. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
s*5T Highest Price pasil for Furs asisl
Deer Hides.
Cssrres-tossileisce IssvSicl. Bs*LTi)lcsihoii<i
Call No. f,. dJisSUs
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot op Douglas Stiieet, Neak
Columbia Street,
j. FEiunrsos, proprietor
F
RESH   BREAD,   CAKES',   PASTRY,
Confectlonory, etc., otc.
Hotel and Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders   promptly attended to and
delivered to nny part of the city,   d mh28y
III the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Between
JO.IEPlf DROWN, Plaintiff,
AND
T. E. MARTIN, Defendant.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
£\ nn Order lins been made In iho
above-mentioned notion bearing dale the
17th dny of September, instant, whin-hv it.
was ordered that service of tho Writ of
Summons herein and said Order upon
T.J. Trapp, Esquire, and tho mailing of
copies of the same by prepaid letier addressed to the above-named defendant at
Regina, N.W. T., nud the insertion of this
notice In The British Columbian newspaper for one month, should be good and
sufficient service of tho Wilt of Summons
herein, and that in default of appearance
the plnlnilfl may proceed ns if personnl
servico had been cll'eeted. And It was further ordered that the said defendant
should anpear to the said writ within
three mouths after such service.
Dated IStli day of September, A, 1). 18S!>.
CORBOULD, McCOLL A JENNS,
dsolSml        Solicitors tor tho PloIntltT,
TIME    CARD.
•C.   _£•-.   -ST.  CO.
Tho Fine First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Leavo tlso C. P. K. Co.'s Wlilsrf,
33*v-.li|-ca*sr
Tuesday, Thursday £ Saturday
AT 7 A. JJ.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AND WAV PORTS.
Retssrsslssis Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
Wlion sufficient  Inducement bm>rs she
will proceed fo HOPID nnd ou s'uoli
ocoasiuns will leave her wharf
tit J a, m.
Comieellngv.'illi IhoO. I'. X. Co.'s Steamer
for Victoria.
JOHN IRVING, Manai-er.
T. h. BRIGGS, Audit,
New Westminster. dap:.!c
Time Table.
.Jr^n& '"IE STEAMER
rMffiOBESlT DUNSMUIR
T EAVES WESTMINSTER every Mon-
\j day morning ut 7 o'clock for Nnnaimo, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
Loaves Wostmlnster every Wednesday
at7u. m. for Nanaimo dtreot,eonnecttn'g
with Island rnllway and Comox steamer.
Leaves Nanaimo for Vancouver on
Thursdays and Fridays and returns same
days.
Leaves Nunalnm on Saturday at7a.ni,
for Went ml [inter dlrooU
For freight or passage apply on hoard,
or lo T, L. lluiOGS, C. P. N. wliarf.     dte
Eligible Lots
Corner Park Lane &
Pelham Street,
Adjoining tho now resilience of H. V.
Edmonds, Esq,
FINEST RESIDENTIAL LOTS
IN THE CITY.
BEAUTIFUL    SITUATION.
Theso lots will he sold on easy terms.
For particulars npply on the grounds on
or after MONDA Y, 23rd Sept.       dBOlfltc
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Noiifly 'S|i[ssislti'. tins Ciilonlnl lintel
NKW WESTJUlffiTER.
THE  LARGEST  AND   CHOICEST
assiortsnosst oF nl! .Ipscrsjsts-ssi-s of
MEATS km VE8ETABLR
Cssssstasstsy oss liisss.l, assd sssppll*' to Pissss.
Hies, RcFstlsssrrusts, nsssl Ptciisslsasts nt the
tOWEST 1-OSSIBIsK FRIOKS.
Bryan O'Lynn had no boots for to wear,
So he came to Westminster to buy him a pair.
" I'll have one pair of thick ones and one pair of thin,
If I can find J. Rousseau's," says liryan O'Lynn.
He hunted the stores all along the main route,
Says he, "The right one I've not yet found out.
I want j. Rousseau—I'll buy only from him,
For he sells the cheapest," says Bryan O'Lynn.
He stepped a little west of McKenzie street,
He met Rousseau's sign—sure it was a great treat;
He lifted the latch, and Jim stood within.
" I've found it at last," says Bryan O'Lynn.
Wc showed him both Calf Boots, Kip and Cowhide,
The ones we praise mostly, without scams at the side,
We have Boots of all kinds, from Quebec and Btrlin;
" Sure you have loots for the million," says Bryan O'Lynn.
He bought him his boots, which of course were no trash,
He paid down the money, for wc sell only for cash;
To the public he says, "Be not taken in,
But buy from J. Rousseau," says Bryan O'Lynn.
" If there is a leak in the toe or side of your shoe,
Just take it to Rousseau, that's all you need do;
He will peg it or patch it just while you are in,
And the charge seems like nothing," says Bryan O'Lynn.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNBBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly ou Hnnd nn Extensive Stock of
Dry Ooods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, &e*
MBWS     -&D     EOTS'      SUITS.
Great Variety of Household Artioles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES," LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
N. B.—Farm Produce bought at market rates 01 sold on commission.  •jts.Orders
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. ewjefitc
CASTOR IA
for Infante and Children.
<'Culoi-lai,Bois--llssdss*stedtoelslldl«ntbat I OMtorla e-si-si Oolto, Oowstl-sa'.io's,
Irccossssssondltsssssnsfertortonnrpre-cri-sUoa I g*>J}*" Stons-ds,j"*"*""""' j£5c?™'*» tu
toosT-st-smss.''     tt*iA«**-™_?tC       K^*™***""*^
Wao,Oiio*slBs.,lJrooilj!s,K. T.   I Wltssosil tssjssrioa- nsesUnnslnis,
Tssss OssssT'tn* Cosspust, 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
0.
2STOTIOB.
JJ AXIS AU'EIl  MONDAY, OCT.
snlsssler ss-lll closo out*respective places of
business ovs-sry cvusslssg ist 7 o'ssloclc sliisrp,
oxcept Kftlssrslay.
.TAS. ELLAIUI A CO.
MRS. WM. RAE.
OGr,K. CAM P11KLI.is FitEEMAN.
WALlv'EIt d- SHADWELL
J. E. PHILMPS.
OOI.E, CAMPBELL * CO.
V. A Q. WOLFENDEN.
Nesv West., Sepi. 2S, 1S8'.'. slso28sv2
Feed, Liyery i Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
PBOPBIBTOB.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
for Hire.   HaokH eall nt all Steamers
nnd Trains.   Special attention given to
Hoiii-illiu; lior.si'-i.
COIL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may be left at the Offlce of Ma*
then ft Milllgau,Commission Merchants,
Front Street, New West. dao21tc
MortiiBritiiili&IercantilB
FIEE
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Capital,   ■   $15,000,(100.00
SllSisorllteilC'iipltislI, us at ."1st lisc.lsss,
813™O,00O. Flro Fmiil nisei Reserve, Is),-
212,720.   Net Premiums, 18(18, s.s,',il!l,,l;to.
OF  LONDON.
Capital,    •    $0,733,000.00
RATES   AS    LOW   AS    ANY   OTHER
COMPANIES 1I01N11   1U1SINESS
IN WIITISH COLUMBIA.
T. Or. *7_f_.Q'U**E3S
Agent for Now Westminster City
and District. djc22to
To k Francisco, Cal.
BY WAY OF THE
TS-.X-KTX9.
THEMT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QUICKER IN TIME THAN AH YOTHJSn
ROUTE BETWEEN
Hew Wettminster_ft_8an Franoiseo.
CTAND SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC C0A8T
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
. TOURIST SLEEPING CABS
For Ancosumodnllsm ol Sccolssl-Clssss Pas-
seisgos'H.islSHolsitil lo Express Trains.
Faro "rom Portland lo Sooriussossto auo
Snss Frnssclsra-Ussllisslleil, SSS; First'
class (Llmltcsl), *»l Scoosssl-clas, (Ll-
'rilHillioif TIOKETS lo all polssta Sssssll
asssl EnM, via Callforssla.
TICKET 0FFI0B8I
CITY OKKIS'K, No. 131 Cor. First * Aids,
Streets; „     , „.
Dks'ot Os-s-sck, Cor. E A Front Streot";
Portlnnsl, Oregon,
R. KOEHLER,      l'i. r. KOOBM,
Massajer.        Asst.0. F. * P. A'sji
Milei Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, ETACE,
Feed I Sale Stables
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RI8S
At Specinl Low Rji tea.
Draying1 and Jill l± fi Teaming
Done at Shortest Notloe,
Dr) Cordwood delivered to any partof
the City.
Orders hy Telephone will receive prompt
attention,
■WStnblcs nearly opposllo C- P. B. Depot, Columbia St., New1 '/est minster.
dJ'Uitc      QILLEY BRC8. Props.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
LandalnvesisentApcy
f X.IJWEITJ2D)
THOMAS ALIi-OP, 1
HENHY S. MASON, • 1SSS1ECT01I8.
CUYLER A. HOLLAND, j
HEAD OFFICES
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, ENG.
'(ho Business of ALLSOP * MASON has
lieennsers-eilIn the nbove lossspanyand
will booai'rlcd on liy the. Company Irons
this sluts, as a genoral Lasssl Investment
and Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Movtgaiso at Low
Rates. Tosvn Lots nnd Fassnlug Lands
for Salo on easy terms.
Victoria, B.C., Mny Wtls, 1S87. dwJlyS
TO SMOKERS.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FOB THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
,,,T,i, MAINLAND.
t3TThey aro not only made of tho
Choicest Tobacco but they oro of
Homo manufacture*: nn- Bhould be
patronized by all good citizons.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
IT'iLimoOK BDILDINQ,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMIHSTW.
dwl7noly	
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Gro«s!
And PROVISIONS.
—AIJ30—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRY GOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
LDNDBOHM'S BLOOK,
Coiisniiln Ural,       New wnitsiiirin
noldwly SliiUji &utish Gotambtan
Tucday F.stalnss. l.i-t- I, 188".
uvcinima urn. m ™« **'■'•
Trns»leQ»A0lTerllsc-sienls.-Flrstll
tion, 10 cts. per Hue solid nonpareil; esscu
•ulisonuontcossseosltlvelnserlfiin.Scts.per
Tl..*.       a .1.. i,n.,n.Anfa tint. in*'f,**!iUl RVfllT
MiHjaequontconBeciiiiveinst'riiim.oL
Hue.   Aiivertlsement- not inserted ».«,
day-ftret Insertion, 10 ots. per lino; subsequent'.iiuei-loiis, Sets, per line.
8lanUliiB™.drertliemeBti.*-Profeoslon
«l or HiihIucss Cards-82 per month, fipo-
et»l rates for «enenil trade lulvertlsluir,
Hot-ordtng to space occupied und duration
«>f(iimtmct. ,,   ,     ... ,        .
Itirilou SjiIm, when displayed, charged
JB ner cent, less than transient advt™. If
m-i i-l, <*luirj*e<l at regular transient tales.
rttm-lnl Notice* among reading mailer,
ii« I'tt., per llne ench Insertion, Hpeoluls
Inserted by Lhe month tit reduced rules.
Bl rths. Marriages and peaths,$i for each
insertion; Kiinenil Not lues In connection
with ileatli8,60cta. eaeh Insertion,
WEEKLY ADVESTISltlO RATES.
TraOHleDlAdTei-llitciiients.-t'-rstlnser-
llon, 10ct™. per line solid nonpareil; sub-
gequent insertions, 7 els. per line.
81 audiiig A'lvorllm'Rinils.—PtofesBlon'
al or Business Cards—11-60 per month,
Special rates for general trade advertising.
Special Notices, Births, Marrluges and
DeathB, same rates as Dally.
Cat* muni beall riietal,tind for largo cuts
t<u «xii-it rate will he nhitrseii,
Mrl'crsbii.s sciiiliiif! l'i lulvnitlwenients
should be careful (•■ slate whether they
are to appear In li." luily IMIilon.prtlie
Weekly, or both. A li^-nil reduction ts
made when Inserted In both. No advertisement Insert**-] for k-ss thun SI.
BuiwomnBRS
Who do not receive tlielr papor regain
from the Carrlors or through the I
Office,willconferafavor by reporting
same to the oftiue of publication at one
i-rly
NEW AOVERtllEMENTS'THIS DAY.
Hold Your Orders Sulley & llryaon
Bookseller, otc AeA. S. Hnll
Opening Williams fc Rasure
Notice Fames Wardlo
To Exhibition Visitors F. Orako
. BitltimoreOystorBiitO..!. RobsonV;
Fresh Eastern Oysters at R. J
Armstrong's. to
F, Crake's adv. in another column
will bear watching.
Mr. und Mrs. Major arrived home
by tho Pacific express to-day.
Tho str. Gladys will not loavo on
Thursday for Chilliwack us announced.
An additional subacription to tho
celebration fund has been received, of
$10, from L. A. Lewis.
Walker & Co. have Snpporton Lots
noar New Hospital and Ross-Mac-
laren Mills, at old prices. *
Cross & Poingdestre have just recoived a lino consignment of pipes and
cigars, direct from Europe. *tc
Tho telegraph lines beiug down in
all directions accounts for tho absence
of our usual despatches to-day.
Dr. Sohlosinger, of Suu Francisco,
tho noted Hoaler and Test Medium, is
nt Mrs. Stirsky's, Columbia et.
Z. 8. Hall's adv. iu another part of
this issue Bhould interest thuse iu
search of books aud stationery.
Hold your orders for wagons, otc.
until you have read Messrs. Sulloj &
Bryson's adv. on the second page.
As may be scon in another column,
Mrs. M. It. Williams and Mrs. J,
Rasuro, open ther new millinery store
to day.
Cheup lots, corner Furies-quo and
Melbourne Btreots—subs. lot 16, bloek
10—on easy terms.—Woods, Turner &
Gamble. *
Tliu c!iptams of the two mon-o'-wiir
took n btroll up Columbia streot this
morning, accompanied by his worship
the mayor.
Several of our citizens wero remarking that it reminded them uf old times
to hum* the bugles sound orders aboard
the warships.
Bnni'un hunters will do woll to look
through AV. -ft. G. Wolfendon's stock
nf Dry Goods, Hats and Clothing, now
clearing nt coat. *l.o
Richards, Haywood & Mackintosh
have 5 aero Brownsville loti at 820 an
sure; half cash, bal incis in C months,
without intorest. selOml
Mujrir P.teis, on bohnlf of U Battel j, challenges any other poimrmont
corps lu shoot a telegraphic match, 30
num a side;—Fie. rimes.
g_-3~ Wanted A number of extra
hoys to sell papers during exhibition
week. Apply at this offico without
delay, and before to-morrow evening.
The fallowing is gazetted in recent
militia ordors; N, W. lilies: to be
second lieutenant, provisionally, A. F.
Cotton, vice Reginald Ricknum, whoso
resignation is accepted.
Iu view of all that is taking place
thia neck, the Y.M.C.A. have decided
to postpono their nymiinstic entartain*
itieiit until furthor notice. Nearly nil
Iho boys ure too busy to participate,
The rod cunta of the marines and
the -^uy artillery] uniforms, with hero
and there an occasional naval oflicoi*,
served to give the street! an animated
and festive appearance this afternoon.
Tho barometer roso 4.10 to-day,
and ts still cm the upward movo. Tho
wonthor department think thero will
bo good wpnthor to-morrow, as the
clouds are lifting all around the horizon.
EiglHveii men of tho artillery company pn railed lust night in tho drill
shed, uui «cro put through various
ovoluth ns by tho officer™ A good turn
out isooufldently expected fur the procession.
Iu up to of the bad weather 1500 entries liiiro been booked for tho oxhibition. On ttccout.t of tho weather (lie
lime for mnk'n-f entries has boon ex*
tended until J2 o'clock, noon, to*
iii arrow,
If the gentleman who assured ub
-hat thu lino weather r.f laat wook
wuuld continuo throughout October,
will kindly call at this office, tho pub-
llu will t-t-xr of r-umothini! to the ad*
Vantage of the coroner.
At Commercial Inlet, Nanaimo, last
Fiiil >y ovuiiing, a little girl named Co*
burn fo'.J into tho water beyond h**r
depth. A Uttle boy nnuu-d W. A.
Webb, agoil eight years, reached over,
pulled her nut and saved her from
drowniog,
Tho Irving arrived this afternoon
with the bigge-t load of passongorn and
freight she haa out rh'l in a long time.
Thero was not ftauding piom, and lho
number of her passengers is variously
flstimat*:d at from SOO to 4CJ. Some
grand show animals also arrived on tho
hteamer. A aimilar crowd will arrive
to-nitirro-r,
Tho following comprise tho team
whioh will contend in the foot ball
match with Vancouver on Friday,
Oct. 4: Bock, Bell; .? backs, Lewis,
Whyta and Woods; A backs, Irwin
nnd Greame; forwards, Lister, Corbett,
Hamber, ■ Mowat, Pioklos, Fulton,
McMartin, Miller ami SpiKsbuiy. Reserves, Cluto and Allan.
Decorations wore going ahead with
great tleipatoh this morning, und
throughout the day. Evergreens will.
appropriately enough, form a largo
part uf tho embellishments; and the
line aroh, whioh is a good samplo of
Westminster'** tine arts, on Columbia
itreet, will, ore nightfall, be a thing of
beauty, if not a joy forever.
-Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
It has been decided to run special
trains betweon this city and Vancouver on Thursday and Friday of thia
woek. Trains "..ill accordingly leavo
Vancouver on these two days at 8 a.
m., returning will leave Westminster
at 11 p, in. Tliis will be ft great convenience for thoso -.eairing to attend
tho oxhibition and celebration, during
the two principal days, tron* Vancouver.
It would bo worth your while if you
have money to invest to attend tho
auction sulu at tho Colonial hotel, Wednesday niglit next, when the McDougall farm, at Mud Bay, will bo sold as
a going concern with tho wholo of thoir
imported stock and machinery, Several other choice parcels of laud and
city lots will bo sold at tho same time.
Seo posters. — T. .7. Tiiait, auctioneer. *
lu an editorial yesterday wo undertook to correct tho Inputs pennae of a
cotemporary with respect to the "wool*
sack" and the dignitary who aits upon
it; but thu intelligent compositor
made a lapsus something ox other, and
the eagle eyed proof-reader must havo
been "woi'l-gathoring" to mako a Hack
for himself (ho'll get "tho sack" all
right if ho keeps on), for wo lind that
tho typos made na say "lord chamber
lain" all through thu article, when wt
intended to Bay, us it should have read
''lord chancellor."
AfldH'outil Special Prizes.
The following additional special
prizes have been added to tbe supplementary priiio list of thu provincial ex
hibition: A set of iron harrows, valued
at $35, for beet sample salted butter
not less than 60 pounds weight, presented by Mi*. John Moston, Viotoria;
ono gentleman's riding saddle, for best
buggy horse (harness and buggy muat
bo owned by the exhibitor), presented
by T. R. Pearson, Esq., secretary
agricultural society.
,%-iolIier Deluge.
At about _ o'clock thia morning a
very good imitation of a tornado struck
the city. For tho space of half an hour
tho wind raved and roared, and tho
ruin camo down in torrents. Thoro
weru no electrical symptoms and experts think that it was tho tail end of a
tornado which caused tlio uproar. No
reports of dumago dono havo been
heard, the wind was certain'*/ strong
enough to test tho stouteat funco or
barn roof. Traces of small torronti
which burst tho narrow bounds of the
gutters nnd encroached upon the sidewalks, wero visible in many places thij
Innming.
'flic   Hood   Damages   the t'o'inlttniii
ltrldsc.
The train from the east wob Stopped
at Port Hammond to-day, ou account
of damage chilli) tho Coquitlam
river bridgo hy tlio rush of watar-
caus--d by the lato heavy rains.
The passongora from Vancouver tithe east were eynt over to WestminBter, transferred tu tlio Irving
and taken to Port Hammond and thote
transferred to tho cars. The Victoria
passengers nlso wero sot down nt Westminster and taken by rail to Vancouver. Tho bridge will bo repaired
to-night and be in working order tomorrow morning. Tho eastern pn's-
engors wore bn.ught hero in time,
by the Irving, fromrort Hammond, to
eitcli tho 4 o'clock train   for  Vancou*
1 lie Park i-wil Sjieri™
Contra, j to expectation,) tho condition of tht* ground at the park is
good. The roller has done such excellent sorvico, that, combined with
nature of-the soil, tho race track and
ai hlofcie grounds ate quito lirm and
freu of mud. In tho foot races some
iiii-d timo ia expected to hn mado.
The hurdle race espuc* illy will attract
ndtice us the hurdles aro to bu profea*
simmi height, 3 foot bis inches, aud 8
in lho 120 yards. All entries should
be mado at tbo earliest possible opportunity with tho sport' committee as
this particular committee is rathor
short handed by tho absence of its
ciainran. Every competitor will bo
expeoted to fall into line promptly, and
not wasto everybody's time fooling
around tho dressing tent, na is too
often tho ense rt games.
A I'ruv-ifoiitialldti.
The work of arranging tliat respectable old frag.ncnt of antiquity, the
drill shed, so as to make it look liko a
hotel, began this morning. Mr, Rosa
was superintending tho job and began
operations by running tho two 24
pounders out into the cold and rain.
Thcorderofarrangomeutconsistsoflong
strips of canvas, between which is
placed plenty of good, clean
straw; tho lower strip is nailed to tho
flour uud pulled over the straw then
the top strip completes tho bed, And
it is u tired carcass thutcannot [ind comfort on this admirable couch. A stove
will he kept blazing day and night; ull
thu holes, rents, bieaku, ruptures and
Hpertures in tho roof and walls will bo
Btopped, as far as possible; and thero
can bo no doubt that tho shed will bo a
warm and en m fort able sleeping placo
ft* many a weary stranger. A small
ibnrgo will, of course, bo mado for tho
use of tho bed.
OJf THE PLAINS,
A VIVill E:,*sr-i-Uion or llll*. *W*"*J *tnill!i>
West I'lti-ni'-
Mr. O. W. Rasuro gave lho lirst lou-
turu in tlio Y, M. O. A. winter course,
last night at Herring's Opera House,
and mado his bow to a largo and intelligent audience, Mr. Rasuro'a pluaa-
ant stylo of lecturing, his command of
apt terms and tho strong vein of
humor pruvading the whole, need no
description here. For noarly two
houra hu kept his audience iu the
deepest interest, and tho startingly
graphic pictures which ho drow iu a
few rapid sentences, disclosed to the
audience the fact that thoy wero Intoning to a born orator and a deep lover
of nature. Tho description of delirium
tromons givon by tho lecturer wns
simply terrific, and the histrionic gifts
of the apeaker shone out conspicuously. Those who have seen that wonderful production of French genius,
''L'Assomoir," must havo had the terrible scone in the lust net brought
vividly tu mind, watching tho talented
lecturer acting tho horrors oftho "blue
devils." Tho breezy descriptions of
life aud adventure in tho saddle, nn
the plains of tho south-west, woro
thoroughly enjoyed, The audience
diaporsod at tho close of tho leoture
highly sat*st!ed with the entertainment, and deeply impressed with tho
remarks of the cowboy evangelist. The
Y. M, O. A. is to bo congratulated in
tho success of this, tho first lecturo in
tho course.
DAIOT BfUTISH (XftUMBUtf- HKW WESTMINSTER, B. O,, OCTOBER 1, 1889.
CITY COUNCIL.
Council met last night and was adjourned for a few minutes to allow tho
mayor time to arrive from tho ships of
war iu tho harbor. Aid. Curtis moved
that the meeting be called to orderand
a chairman appointed. Aid. Cunning-
hum declined tho honor as ho had to
go to tho park. Aid. Shiles took the
chair. His worship came in about
twenty minutes Inter. Present—-Al*
dcrmun McPhaden, Ouuniughnm-
Reid, Shiles, Keary, Curtis and Cul-
bick. Tho miuutss of last meeting
having beon road and adopted lho cleric
read tho following
COMMUNICATIONS.
From .lames Sawyor, enclosing photograph and testimonial, applying for
poBition on city police force. Referred to police committee.
Jas. Connor, uskiug position of caro-
tiker of agricultural hull and grounds.
Laid on table one week.
Edward Whyinan, asking same appointment, laid over one week.
From tho electors of New Westminster, asking his worship to cull u pub-
lie meeting for the selection of a te*
prcsentativo ou Wednesday evening,
Oct. I).   Referred to mayor.,
A, B. Wintemuto, asking permission
to pluco building material ou unnamed
at., running through St. George's
square, Granted subject to usual conditions.
R, B. Bell, asking peniiisainn to Iny
building material on Dulliiriu at. and
another. Permission granted under
usual conditions.
Thos. Gorrie, Victoria, re (lags for
decorations, staling that lie had sent
same. The clerk waa instructed to return tho flogs immediately. Aid. Curtia said tho flag-j had already been returned.
-Jas. I'ur.ia, asking for license ns
city scavongor, and asking that others
engaged in the business be restrained.
On motion grantod, on paymont of
usual license fee.
Chief of-police, pointing out necessity of special polico during exhibition
weok. On motion referred to the
poli ^ committee with powor to act.
Mayor of Vancouvor, extending invitation to mayor and aldermen of
Now Westminster, to the official reception of his excellency the governor-
general, at Vancouver, October 20th
next. On motion laid over until next
woek, and clerk instructed to reply
later on. The following distinguished
porsons will accept the invit it ion of
the mayor and couucil to bo present at
tho opening of tho exhibition: Lieut.-
Col. Holmes, Lieut.-Governor Nelson,
E. (J. Prior, H. Abbott, Theo. Davie,
mayors and councils ofViotoiia, Vancouver und Nanaimo. Tho following
declined for various causes: Col.
Baker, Donald Chisholm and D. W.
Higgins.
ACCOUNT.1*.
Tho following account-) were rendered: da™ Leamy, §15.00; J. D.
Rae, ?4.80; R Wilson, $10.75; F. G.
Strickland, 322.00; S, E. Stickney,
81.00.
BYLAWS,
Tho leases, streot numbering, trades
license and water commis-iiotiur.- bylaws wore all laid ovor one week.
RBPOETS.
Board of works, iinanco committee,
firo and light, police, park and all regular roports wero laid over ouo week.
As to tho reduction ou C. P. R. property. Aid. Curtis said that nil ugroe-
inout forg20,QCD had been come to.
Repoit adopted.
A financial statement and supple-
mentniy roport was laid over for reading until next meeting.
Aid. Cunningham, before leaving
forthe park, asked a cessation of businoss to answer his question as to what
had been dono towards getting bunting for the buildings. Nothing further
than sen-ling back that obtained from
Victoria had boon dono. Aid. Cunningham urgently requested that every
member cf tho park committeo be
present on the park next moruing.
Aid. Keary reported on tho trades
license bylaw, and said it had been decidod to lay it over for tho consideration of tho now council. Thero was
much to chango in thia bylaw. The
clerk said that tho real estate brokers
would not pay the license as it stood
at present, but they would if it woro
reduced; he wished instructions what
to do.
On motion Aid. Keary wua granted
further timo to report.
The water commissioners bylaw,
Aid. Curtia said was a very important mattor aud he believed they hnd
better t.ke it up at once. It was
deemed, however, advisable to lay it
over ono week to wait fuller information.
The roport of tho committeo on the
Robo firo extinguisher was laid ovor
ono week.
The Lulu Island bond was presented
and referred to tho Iinanco committee
with power to act.
NBW JJI7S1N23S.
Moved by Aid. Curt:s, seconded by
Aid. Keary, that tho following taxes
bo remitted for tho current year: 0.
P. R., §214.20; A, Diehlo. §2.0(1; P.
Grant, §172.30; Jos. Wolff, §02.00.
Carried.
Moved by Aid. Keary seconded by
Aid. McPhadden that u sidewalk six
feet in width bo laid commencing at a
point opposite thu present archdeacon*
ry and ending nt a point opposite tho
hospital at Snpporton.
Aid, Keai-y c.iid it would cost about
$210,
Aid. Curtis snid ho could not support this request ns tho council hud no
mouey to epuro, as the financial re*
port would show.
Aid. Reid said thoy could surely
spare this amall sum out of tho S8.0C3
granted for sidewalks.
Aid. Calbick also believed thia littlo
pieco of sidewalk should bo built.
Aid. McPhuddeu said if it wore
possible they ought to build tho sidewalk.
Aid. Shiles spoke in favor of tho
walk being built.
Withdrawn after much discussion.
Moved by Aid. Keary, seconded by
Aid. Shiles, that tenders be called for
the removal of all stumps from Albert
Orescent, subject to Ruspervision of tho
board of works.
Aid. Curtis said this meant, money
and thoy simply couldn't do it. It
was very desirably to have it done but
thero was no money to do it,
Aid. McPhadden concurred with
Aid. Curtis.
Aid. Shiles said it seemed strange
to him that streets whioh did not need
it had money lavished ou them while
the crescent hnd lain for years.
Aid. Curtis said they had bettor go
very slow us monoy was extremely
scarce. Ho referred totho 8500 banquet.
His worship stlld they would have
to go right through with their guent-i
now—some uf thom wore right iu tho
river now, (laughter), and wii had to
see them comfortably through.
Motion lost, yeas 2, nays 5.
Aid. Curtis spoko on the grade of
sidewalk on Agnes strcof, it was alto
gether too high. It waa like a bulkhead built in front of several of the
residences. Tho watorenn't got into the
boxes, there not being enough crown
on.the road. It is a source of disgust
the way the thing stands.
Aid. Shiles called attention to tho
condition of the sidewalks on Park
Lano, they aro iu a very bad condition.
Aid. Reid naked that Mr. Gouver-
eau, assistant city engineer, who waa
present, givo thom sume information
on the subject. Mr. Gouvoreau testified that the grades were as they ought
to be.
Aid. Keary gavo notice that at next
regular meeting of council he would
apply for an appropriation of $250 to
build a sidewalk from a point opposite
tho arohdeuconry to a point opposito
tlto now hospital at Sapperton.
On motion of Aid. Calbick, seconded
by Aid. Keary, the proposed plan for
making a boulevard un Royal avenue
was laid over one week.
Council adjourned ahortly aftor 10
o'clock. ^^^^^^^^^^^
OUR NAVAL VISITORS
The Acorn nml lt\ntiH In the llnrlior.
Last night nboutt 8 o'clock the uninitiated were startled to observe over
tho head of Lulu Island, u strange and
unwonted brilluncy that wavered and
played around erratically nil ovor the
earth aud sky. But many at once
recognised the Hash or search light on
the approaching ships. Soon the waiting crowds were delighted to see the
lights of the two vessels round tho
point and steam straight for Westminster. Tho Icarus dropped anchor opposito Viauen's wharf and tho Acorn
Borne hundreds of yards astern. During the evoning the search light,
like a Brobdiuagian bulls-eyo lamp,
sought out the dnik places of the
royal eity and made them shine as the
clay, H. M. S. Icarus is a screw sloop,
070 tons burthen, and 1230 indicated
horse power. She is commanded by
William M. Annesley; Lieut. B. P, E.
Jervoisc; paymaster, U.S. Baskerville;
chief engineer, Samuel S, G. Follett.
She carries n crew of 122 men, although
there are 120 aboard at present. Her
armament consists of heavy rifted ordnance, machine and quick firing guns.
The Acorn is tho sister ship to the
Icarus, 070 tons burden, 1380 indicated horse power. She is commanded by Wm. E. B. Atkinson; Liouten*
nut Francis A. Valentine; chief engineer, Henry Cook; paymaster, H.
A. Malahor. She has a crow of 118
men at present; her complement is
122. Tho two vessels[present a trim
nnd ytt formidable appoaran.ee, and
barring tho washing a-drying to-day,
for which they are to be excused, considering the lnte atrocious weather,
they look evory inch capablo of sustaining the meteor flag of England on
any seo. ^^^^^^^^^^^
Police Court.
{Before T. O. Atkinson, P, M.)
Ah Sing, a Chinaman, was charged
this morning iu tho polico court with
supplying an intoxicant, to wit, Chinese wino, to Lucy, an Indian woman
of tho Fort Rupert tribe. Ho pleaded
not guilty. Mr. Jenns appeared for
tho defence. Lucy deposed that Ah
Sing hnd come to her nouse in the
swamp, bringing with him a bottle of
Chinese whiskey; ho wanted hor to
drink some of it, but she Baid sho
didn't know how to tako Chinese
whiskey. Sho did not indulge, but
went out and informed the polico
about half an hour afterwards, A
lengthy discussion arose between the
counsel as to the intoxicating qualities
of Chinese wino. Tho bottle, wrapped
up iu matting after tho ChinuHu fashion, was produced. It was decided to
submit the liquor to a chemist for analytical examination. Mr. Jenns objected to the information on the
ground thnt the invitation tu drink
raised no offence, because no sale tuok
place, nor was the liquor supplied on
the reservation or special reservation,
Tho case was rcmnnded until Saturday. The court was crowded with a
Btrange mixture cf Indians and Chinese; among the former Annie, a Salmon river lady, beiiig'tlio belle of tho
meeting; alio is decidedly pretty, nnd
wears her hair iu bungs with waves at
tho Bides; she hns large, dark eyes and
uses thom like n very denizen of Bul-
grnvia. All eyes, whito, celestial and
native, followed the actions of this
dusky Hebe with undisguised admiration. She wna escorted out of court
in tho midst of a retinue of admirers,
and walked with the carriage of a
Roman empress.
The Teresa's Arrival,
The Colonist has the following particulars of the sohooner Teresa which
arrived from Bohrinif's sea ou Friday
night: The Teresa sailed for the north
ou the lliih of May, aud ufter making
a light coast catch, entered Behring's
sea on the 1st of July. Only 850 skins
were secured iu the sea, aud tho
schooner nailed for homo on Sept. 1st,
with o total of 1,112 sool skins nnd two
seal otters. Early in the moruing of
July 30th, just us the boats wero mak -
ing ready for tho day's work, tho revenue cutter Bush wub sighted coming
up astern. All sail win crowded on,
but the wind sank to almost a calm,
and the steamer soon overhauled the
sealer. Lieut. Tultlo and a boat's
crow at onco eaine on board, and informed Capt. Ferry thnt in accordance
with their instructions they would be
compelled to search the schooner for
green skins. In company with Copt.
Ferry nnd his mate, the revenue officers went down intu tho hold, whero
Lieut. Turtle stood by the hntchway
and waited for the schooner's men to
hand up tlie skins for inspection.
They of course seleeted old skins,
with which ho nppearod to he sntinllcd.
He asked when tho schoonor entered
Bohring's sea, nud was informed "July
26th." Having reported this information to his captain, and shown him the
old skins, Lieut. Tuttlo returned to
tho Bchooner nnd told the captain that
he wna "O. K." Ho nlso reported tho
seizures already made, and said that
uo schooner was allowed to tike scats
in Behring sea, but for any othor occupation it wns open. Imter-d uf leaving after the search was completed, tho
Rush hovered in tlio neighborhood
until dark, apparently to prevent thu
boats going out. The day was tho
finest met with on the entire trip, aud
tho water was foirly alive with seals.
—_....     _m     '     i..I-- ■
If you wish your sight carefully and
correctly fitted with the best speebxolos
in tho world, call at D. S. Curtis & Co.'s
Drug Storo on October 2, 3 and 4, when
Mr. Laiinuice, tho celebrated Oculist-
Optician, will be there, and after an examination of tho eyes fit you on scientific
frlneiplcs with the B. Lauianoo Axis Cut
ehble and othor spectacles, ensuring
to you tho ability to use your eyes for
the most minute employment with great
oaaeand comfort and the certain preservation of your sight.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Drcsi «oo'l» at Cost ut Wotn-nUeuV
Overcoats, Clothing and Gentlemen's
Furnishings, suitable for present and
winter use, clearing ut cost prices, at
W. & G. Wolfendon's. *to
men Bahy wm slok, w« gave litr Cutorto,
Whta eh* wu a Child, she crlad for Castoria,
W-M i_e hocune Ulss, ahe clans to Crutoria,
WhtmshttadClilldwn, she ear* Own Uutorii
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE ESTATE
of lhe lnte Ituporta Hilva, trader,
Hope, R. C„ must bo in bv Ut November,
I'M, to JAMES WATXDIM, Hope, Administrator, docltnl
VISITORS
To fc Mil
Can Bave monoy by calling at
Crake's Jewelry Store,
Near tho Post Oflico.
■piiRt-I'rooi Stem-Winding  and Sotting
Walthain or Elgin Watches, 89 CO.
JlZoy.'WIxi.A.-zi.g. 157.00.
A Invso stnok of Gold and Silver Watches,
CIiiiIiih, King**, Ac, at prices nnbciird
of. watches warranted two years.
Plated Ware, tho linest quality   at BOTTOM   PRICES.
The only place to get Spectacles Scientifically Suited
to Sight.
doc ii)
W.J.ffALKER&CO.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
ITej.ephosk No. IVi.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK ANO SHARE BROKERS.
Lonttou nud LancAihlre FJre nud
Britiih Umpire Life Inaurauce
Companies.
Mew Westminster Building; Society.
AuconntAiit'ti Ollloo, Dloceae of N.W,
City Auditors, 1816,1VH7 and 1BHI.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THB BUYING
AND HELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
and other monetary transactions,
Have several good Investment* on their
books, nml all uow eoniiirs will do well to
call before doing business elsewhuro,
dwSdely
FOR SALE.
YOKE (3001) WOllK OXKN.-Ajs's'}'
In P. O. DILLOBISAU,
Depot TIols'l.
a.-, co m> rM?
A SMALL HOUND BITCH: branded
behind right shoulder, suitable re-
•ward will bo paid to anyono returning
Mime to this oflice. dsc23wl
A1
WANTED.
IIIII.    KOn   GliNl'.lt.U,    HOUSE-
Is.—Apply to
Jills. E. S. ;
Ball Tickets.
imtOKETS FOR THE CITIZENS' BALL
X can bo procured tit Hall's Bookstore,
tlie Colonial Hotol, Lyul's Rook Store,
nnd fiom ilifi -iK'iiiiierN'-r the Ball Committeo. Tiekots (admitting gentleman
nnd two ladlos)—32,50 each. dse27td
Pupils Wanted.
mHOROUGH INSTRUCTION GIVEN
X on tho piano uud organ at reasonable
terms, Tho Boston Conservatory method
used,  Address,
MRS. B. A. KHITOH,
dse*_7UI P. O. Box •>i*>.
JUST -:?
Our first consignment of
LADIES' JACKETS!
Also the largest assortment of
MANTLE^
■«GLOTH8
1ST      T3B      PBOVINOH.
SPECIAL:  Flushes in all the new shades.
Ogle, Campbell & Freeman
THE LEADING DRV GOODS HOUSE.
MASONIC BLOCK,
NEW WESTMI Wi'SK,
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
HAVE Jl'ST RECEIVE!* THEIR
-> COMPLETE STOOK OF *>
FOR  FALL AND  WINTER.
A PARTICULARLY GOOD LINE in MEN'S
LIGHT FALL OVERCOATS.
AND SPECIAL THINCS IN BOYS' SUITS.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
Tliis Popular CIothliiR House,     •    •     •     Columbln Street.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
Choice Famty Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY GUTTER A SPECIALTY.
•L-abraclor *£Xexxi*ag-s,
l™Cacl_erel, Salt Cod,
_f_.xx».oi*ix's TJxic. iKawis,
^.rn*io-va.r's "CJaao. Bacon..
Floia.r. Bran. ' Sliorte,
M-HIOHESr TRICKS PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE,
■joidwij- -eoulla'-Armatrong Blook, Columbia St.
Vqlume vh.-nq. tj.
Jas. Ellard I Co
Are Now Opening
-THEIR-
FIRST INSTALMENT
-OF-
FAIL MILLINERY
=ALSO-
A COMPLETE (fllJME OF
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Mantles, Cloaks and Jackets,
LONDON HOUSE,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Practical Watchmaker,  Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE,
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles -& EyoGlftSSes iu r-teel, rubber, silver arc
frames.   The (incut Pebbles made, $-1 per pair; all aighta suited,
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having l«;mi...
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologors in England, and since
managed tho watcb*repairing departments of a few of the best fihna'oii the fl
ueutof America, ia a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly Hi
ger for nearly 8 yeara of the well-known firm of Savago & Lyman, Mon:.
Charges lUodcnitc.
MosTiuiAL, Deo., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake—■ Aiulw. Robertson, Ear-., Chairnr
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, sa>*3: "I never found a Watchmaker who di
woll for me as you did when in Moutrcal, and I am sorry you are not horo to-du
dwapWtc
&C.
sol
ill SSS
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT C0LONML HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Cor. Columbia and Mary Sts., New Westminster.
The above named firm having fully decided to retire from the
Dry Goods Business and confine their attention to the Grocery
Business for the future, now offer the whole of their
Choice, New, Well Selected and Well Bought Stock of Dry
Goods and Clothing at
Cost Prices for Cash.
Arareclmnco is now offered to intending purchaser.!, aa the atock consiatsof
goods just suited for the present tuul cominc* season. All fresh und in prime order
and purchased in the bost foreign markets nt rook bottom prices,
Salo to commence on Monday, the I fiih instant, nnd to continuo until tho wholo
of the stock has been closed out. REMEMBER THE PLACE: Cornor of Col-
umbia ami Mary Streets.
W.&G. WOLFENDEN.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    -    Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time, A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS fi BISCUITS just to hand, New SYRUPS, MO-
LASSES, etc., etc,   Call and get prices, dwtc
BON  MARCH E.
SPECIAL BARGAINS in New Dress
Goods, Jackets, Paletots, Dolmanettes,
and Ulsters.
A Large Assortment of MEN'S SUITS
from $7.00.
WALKER & SHADWELL,
-l-MlOs-o COiUMBIA STREET,

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