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 90TOinm«nt Printing of?.---
AILY
Columbian.
VOLUME 7
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0„ WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 28, 1889.
NUMBER 50
raFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
B
K. M. N. WOODS,
iARItISTElt-AT-LAW. OIlIoe-McKen*
/,lo Stroot.               dauatfi
T. 0. ATK1NSION,
BUtRISTER, SOLICITOR, Ac. OfficeN-
Masonlo Building, Now Went mlnn or,
B.0.   . dw,<!
AUMSTRONG&. MCKSTKIN,
BARRISTERS,   SOLICITORS,   ETC-
Masonlo Building,  New Wsstniln-
iter,' 11. C. dwmyjte
W. NORMAN BOLKI, H.C.,
1> AHRI8TF,R-AT-LA \V, LAND AGENT.
D   Money to Loan, OfBce-Clarkson St.,
■-Jew Westminster, B.C. dtc
l-OBnOULD, McCOLL A JESS'S,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, etc. Offl*
cos—Mnsonlo Buildings, Now West*
minster, nnd Vancouvor, B, 0.       dwtc
A, C, BRYDONK-JAOK, M. A ,
JJARMBTER,   SOLICITOR,   NOTARY
5   Publio, Ao.    Olllco  In tlio Humley
utldlug, Columbia Bti, opposite tlioCol-
onlal Hotol. ilwmiSl"
.IOSBPII K. GAVNOR, II.A..U..U.
CI OLD MEDALIST of tlio Unlvornlli of
I Dublin, BAKllISTEHrAT LAW of
Hitt High Court, of Juhlli-o, Ireland, Ofllcos,
Corner McKuukIo A Clurltftou Hts., Now
"Woiitiulnster. dwfeSlto
A. J. HOLM KB, D. D.S.,
SURGEON DENTIST. Grndttalo of tho
Ohio College of Dental Surgery. Is
now with Dr. C. E. C. Brown, All work
Bblllfiillyporformed. Rooms BAOYBank
if R. 0„ Columbia ftt. Ilorirs-B io la n.m.j
l.'W to (I |>. in.- (Ijlyiito
0. W. UltANT,
V 110HITECT. Ofilce-Corrior Mary and
V clarkson SIh., Wcntmlnntt-r.   dwtc
CLOW A, jIIACLURK,
ARCHITECTS.    Omco-Ronm E, over
Bunk of B. CCohimhlaStreot.West-
nilnstor. dto
WILMAjII  15- KING,
ARCHITECT, SANITARYENGINEER,
Ac. Removed to Armstrong's Block,
Columbia Street, Wostminstor— Room
No. 2. dto
W. TH1DAUDBAV,
J AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS-
J man. Hamley Block, Now Westmin-
or, B. 0.  ..—«.-
dmyistc
A. V, COTTON,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR. Offioo: RoomD,Bank
of B. 0. bnlldlng, Westminster, B.C.
ALBEItT J.  HILL
(M.CAN.SOC.0.E.),
Cr    IVILENGINIiB-'R.LANDSURVEYOR
and   DRAUGHTSMAN.      Hamley
Block, Now Westminster.        dwnu23tc
<;, ririTMiRiGii,
DEALEST ATI* BROKER and County
J\ Court Agent. Commissioner,'Notary
P'ubllo, Ac. Rents collected. Offloe—Me-
{Kgnijlo Stret't, Now Westminster, B. 0.
T. J. TRAPP,
A' UCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
|Aii commlBBlons will receive prompt
hint careful nttentlon. Best refureuopfl
given when required. mhl2*tc
J. E. FINLAYSON,
iIANO TUNER, from Brondwood A
..j. Sons, London, England, nnd Stein-
■wny A Sons, NowYork, now residing lu
■Vancouvor, will attend to orders left at
■Mr. Zed. S. Hall's and D. Lynl A Co.'s
stores.   Trips Ist woek of each monlli.
 dtitiBtc	
EC. 0. AIcCAUTNEY,
C" OMMISSION AGENT arid Customs
Broker. Douglas St., Now Wostmlu-
htor. Agent for Harrison Springs Aerated
Water; Vancouvor Steam Dye A Cleaning
Works! Carters' Patent Organs—"the won-
Ller of the ago,"; Dominion Pianos and
WlrL'iiiis; Johnston's Patent Kal-jomtno;
riliivumiCigar Factory; Lion Insurance Co
■for livo stock, Ac. Employment Agency
HQmco, A select lot of Toilet Articles and
Drng'-lsts' sundries forsalo,   Noxt. door to
Bakery; djlyfllc
TURNBR, BBBTON St. CO.,
MERCHANTS. Wharf Bt, Vlototla,
Agents for North British and Mer-
iiintllo Insurance Co, for Mainland. If.
3. BKKTON A Co., 3d Flnsbury Circus, Lon*
Inn. E, 0. dte
OB* IiO*N**DO"l***r.
CAPITAL,       -       .tl.OOO.UM) Sif*.
Rates as low as auy othor rellnblo Com*
Sanies doing business In British Colum*
in, W. J. ARMSTRONG,
djlySlo Agont for Now Wost
I RAND BROS.
,*)Kll KHTATK BROKERS,
l\l
C onr ey mic ers, Collectors*.
And Insurnnce Ageulu,
Offices at
NEW WESTMINSTER! Corner
.VcKens-io and Clarkson Sts.
VANOOUVER, Cordova Strooi.
LONDON,England.
„UILDING LOTS for sale in all sections
if Vancouvor nud New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of suporlor quality for
in lo at Chilliwhaok, Tort Hammond,
[■nnglt-y, Matsqui, Sumas, Mnd Bay-Lnd-
jor-s Landing, Lulu Island, Nortii Arm
,nd Pitt Rlvor.
Maps nnd Plans exhibited and the full-
h) Information furnished at all oiiroflieesj
W. BOVILL,
ARCHITECT
 AND	
Real Estate Agent
NEW WESTMINSTERl-Offlco, Mackenzie Street,       	
Full List of City and Suburban Property.
I'artioular attention paid lo Farming
Land').
Aeenrato Information to correspond-
ntn. dwmyfiyl
Dress-Making!
Misses MoDOUQALL
COLUMBIA   STKEBT,
New Westminster, B.C.
ft- MiillHfiicllim snnnintliuil,      (laplStu
To Capitalists and Others
rVFFBRS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
\/ tho Council of tho Corporation of the
Distriot of Surrey, np to August Hint, nt 1
o'clock p. m.-for tho purchase of Debentures proposed to bo Issued for from SlOy
two to 816-000 to provide ftmds for the construction of Hie Surrey Dyking works,
Tho highest or any tonder not necessarily nccepted.
By order,        HEN RY T. THRI VT,
0. M. C.
Surrey, Aug, 0, 1880. datiOtd
erson
DRUGGISTS.
Pure and Fresh Drugs
Patent Medicines, Etc
PHTSIDIANS'   PlUORIPtlMI  O'-EFtlUV
OatUPDUMDED.
Tolopliono UomminiltiiUlotl.  Nltiht Doll.
illi"J71o
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of oil kinds of tlio hoot moltos; (IroHS-Ctlt & Mail'1-SawS,
Itai-llCd Wll-C for Fencing, imil all tho noeii-Miy IIU'-lslIs for I'amilllKI
l'nllcy Blocks, Snatch Blocks. Eojhi & Clluiiii in oil >la»; Htan,
Tar & Oakum; Tai-reil ond Plain Paper for lliilliilnsi Paints ii Oils
in all oolorsi LttlUijl l'lllllls iu nil slir.tlts; Fllllll' l'lllllls romlj-tonsoi Grind
Stonesi Wall Paper In oil designs; Brooms & llruslics for oil irarposcsi
Lubricattni* Oils, Traps of nil descriptions, ond n goiionil accortmi'nt of
Agricultural Implements.
AT Spoolol attention |;iven to ordors by mail.
T.  TS-t&.'PI? <£5 CO.,
CotuMitiA SwiBite, Nnw Westmikstbk.
T.
dwjlySto
ew Boo
ippers
At GRANT & MACLURE'S.
New Spring GoodsI
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
-T.   St.   \ME.Jk.NE$<a»JSI9_s
MERCHANT    TAILOK.
Colunilila Street, - Kew Westminster.
fJ-JTAll Summer DRESS GOODS and MILLINERY will
bc sold AT COST.   Now is the time to secure BARGAINS.
dtc
*m:i3S„ **Nxr*M:. K-&.B.
Lord Miltii
New Westminster, B. C.
This  Choice Property,
centrally situated in New Westminster,
B. C, which has been tied up for several
years by tax titles and other difficulties, is
now cleared of all incumbrances and is
placed upon the market for sale, with perfect title guaranteed.
The   property is now
being slashed and subdivided and contains
some of the finest and most desirable Lots
in the City for either residential or speculative purposes.
With the contemplated
construction of several railways which will
centre at New Westminster and the establishment of new enterprises and increased
trade and commerce, this City is making
rapid and substantial progress and, consequently, affords the best field for investment to be found in the Province. The
present is, therefore, the time to invest,
and with the present low prices of property
purchasers are sure to realize handsome
returns upon their investments.
The portions of the Estate now on the market consist of Lot 5,
Suburban Block 10; Lot 2, Suburban
Block 11, and Lots 12,13 and 14, Suburban Block 13, and the subdivided Lots
range in price from $150 to $350, on good
terms.
We are  authorized to
allow ten per cent, discount off present
prices on all sales made during August,
and also to furnish intending purchasers
FREE CARRIAGE DRIVES TO THE PROPERTY.
For full particulars and prices apply to
the undersigned or to any of the other
leading Real Estate Agents in New Westminster.
dwmiVinl        Jt*L^a.X*W JJP
Absolutely Pure-
This powder never varies. Amarvolof
,;ti>-!t.Y,Klnm>:lliitn<twlmlesomcnes'*. More
economical thnu the ordinary klndt-,and
annuo! bo sold In competition wltli the
mult li ink- tif low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powdorfl, Hold only In ennn,
Royai.Bah.ii-*'. Town-sit Co., 106 Wnll St.,
New York. Bfoly
TO .RENT.
THE UPHTAina FLAT IN BUILDING
ciii'iir'i'of Columbln mul Dou^ltiM Ht,s,
—2-fxflfi.   Apply to
dauBffl IIKNItY V. EDMONDS.
First-class Prairie Farm
§UPBBBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, North Arm, Fraser Itiver; con*
inlng 2G0 acre!' of the finest /arming land
in the country; all dyked, well Improved,
good luilldlngs, good orchard (bearing).
For furthor Information enquire of
MAJOR A PEARSON,
dmyUfllc Now Westminster.
WANTED.
A   GOOD   GIRL TO   DO (1ENERAL
Housework*, Mnull family.  Apply
nt this otllce, ,hui'*"tt!
BAKER BROS. & CO'Y
10 Chapel Walk, South Custle ftt., Liverpool, England.
3 Bank Buildings, Columbia Streot, Now
Westmln.ster.B. 0.
Shipping ani Commission
Geheral Wholesale Mehciiahts & Importers
Any description of GooiIb Imported to
order and Custom nnd Ship Broking
tmnsttctcd. I-tittst Frolght and Market
Quotations. tlwtiitHlc
NEW WESTMINSTER
BUILDING SOCIETY.
mrCE   SEMI.;. ANNUAL   QENBBAI,
"I
Snturdny, Slst Aug., I«s»,
AT s r. M,
BnsiNEsa—Drawing for Iho twiilitii
Al'l'l:ol'l:lATHiN| Elt'ctlon of OIIIoith, nml
all (lie InislnosM ol n Oonoml MgoMiih.
Byonlor,     WAjVCBB3.WAr.KED,
Scorotnrj',
Aug. 22111I. i88». iiniiam
MAJOB £ PEARSON
Real  Kstato Brokers and
Financial Agents*
AGENTS FOU
Oonfederittlon Life  Aisoolailou of
Toronto.
lloyn! and Ijniicnshlrc Fire Innnr-
1111-.*" 4-ittn]iuiil«ii.
tt*,Viilim!di' Loti* for snlo In the City
and Pls-ti'li'i. of WoHtmiiiRtcr; aud choice
I-otB in tho City of Ynnoouvor.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city or
rural property should communicate wltb
us.
OfllccH* Htm it of B.C. building, opposite
nostofllce, W.'.si ml titter, imd iIi.Htin(*f*8t,,
vanoouver. dwaplflto
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DRUGGISTS
Queen's  Hotel Block,
M'W ttLSTJHSsreR.
ReliaWe Drugs Medicines
TOILET ARTICLES& SUNDRIES
rrtESCrai'TlONS A SPEOIALTY.
TelepIIDNE HO. 83. 'l"Pl-«
SO   CO.
Real   Estate,
[INSURANCE
 ANO	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell anil Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And trans-iet all Du-jincos relating to
Real Estate.
—AGENTS FOU—
London AMSiirnnco Ooi-poriHIon.
Oonncctlcul. Flro Iiinunuici! Co. or
llurtford.
London nnd Um-mIiIni Life Assur-
ntn'0 Oo,
Canton Insnranco Ofilpc, Ld. (Marine)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwsoHyl
Tahltans Id Tom n.
A parly of tlio natives uf tiio French
colony at Tahiti, conaistiit',' of seven
men and four women, came through
on to-day's train. One of their number was seen by a World reporter. He
spoke French vory fluently, but English vory imperfectly. He said that
the patty had been sent by the (•ovorn-
ment uf Tahiti to tho Paris exhibition
to repi'oaeut tho race and tho exhibit
of that settlement, and that they wero
now •'•mil* back uio tho sound and San
Francisco. Thoy had no conception
what wonders they would see until
they reached tho largo cities they had
passed through. Paris they had a fair
opportunity ot seeing, and well liked
the gay capital. Tho exhibit was woll
spoken of. Tlio Tahitians are about aB
dark iu color aa tho Indians of our
coast, mid tlrissi-d not unlike them,
but aro vory much more intollij-ent
looking nnd decidedly moro powerfully
hnih.—World of yetiterday.
A Hcntilrit Story.
Cnpt. Smith, of the British ship Kist-
mt, which arrived at San Francisco on
Monday last frnm Sydney, tolls a story
of the capture of a "(*oonoy" while on
tho voysgu to that port, The bird was
caught 011 August 2nd, hy one of the
crew, who was killing time during a
upt-ll of fine weather by fishing for sea-
birds with a hook and Hue. When
tho bird whb brought on board it waa
noticed that tho ■■goonoy" waa rather
tame, and the sailor decided to,retain
it is a pot during the remainder of the
voyage. In handling the bird, a brass
tag was found ou its neck, upon which
was inscribed: "E. O'Brien, July 5,
1880; latitude 37 de*. 20 min. north,
longitude 148 deg. west." Tho bird
was probably caught by some ono of
the crew of the ship Edward O'Brien,
whicli sailed from Sydney for San
Pedro on Juno let, and after fastening thn tag around its throat, wus liberated. Tho "i-ooney" was kept on
tlm Kiatna for several days, but finally
escaped from tho hands of its captors,
Tho bird followed the ship for two
days and was then lost sight of.
*> *> ♦ - - ■ ■
Wellington Collieries.
Messrs. Dunsmuir & Sous, proprietors of tho several Wellington collorics,
are moat energetically prosecuting exploratory work at tho coal lands purchased Liy thom from Messrs. Horne &
Sabiston, and aituatod between the
Eaat Wellington colliery and this city.
It will he bomo iti mind thnt several
years ago Mesars. Homo & Sabiston,
togothur with Messrs. John Dick and
,1,'tctib Blessing, opened up a seam on
this property and several hundred tons
of coal therefrom was sold ln this city.
Then Messrs. Dunsmuir it Sons pur*
chased the coal rights, amounting to
between 500 and GOO acres. For some
short timo past the new proprietors
have been running a tunnel or drift to
striko tho main seam of coal. They
havo already reached the smalt seam,
and oxpect in tho next 100 or 150 feet
to striko tho main seam. The work is
under tho immediate superintendence
of Mr. Adam Ross, nn experienced
miner nnd overman. In a fow months
nt the outside, it is oxpeeted that this
property, which has been facetiously
styled "Jinglo Pot" will bo in a position to add materially to tho general
output of the Wellington coUories.-
Free Press.
Prom the \orih.
The C. P. N. Co.'s stoamahip Sardonyx arrived at 10 o'clock Sunday
morning from Futt Simpsou and way
porta. Sho had a good list of passengers and a full cargo, consisting of 0,*
002 enses of salmon, divided aB follows;
From the Rivers Inlet Packing Co.,
Rivera Inlet, 3,150; McLellau's, Naas
river, 2,052; Cunningham's, Skeena
river, 1,500; and Alert Buy Canning
Co., Alert Bay, 2,300.   Wet weather
Srevailod during the trip down. Mr.
IcKayand his party of survoyors,
who were •-.nsaengurs ou the up trip,
were left at Fort Rupert, where thoy
will be busy for several weeka. While
tho Sardonyx was loading ut Alert
Bay, tho str. Princess Louise camo in,
bound for the north. The Sardonyx
reports tho following ub the total catch
at tho several canneries named: McLellau's cannery, Naas river, 0,500;
Findlay, Durham & Brodie, Nnus
river, 5,000; Cascade Packing Cu,,
Nana river, 2,500; Inverness Canning
Co., Skeena river, 0,500; Nortii Pacific Canniut! Co., Skeena rivor, 10,000;
Balmoral Packing Co., Skeena river,
0,500; Windsor Packing Co., Skeena
rivor, 10,000; Cunningham's Cannery,
Skeena river, 11,500; British American Packing Co., Skeena river, 12,-
500; Rivers lnlot Canning Co., Rivera
Inlet, 17,000; Wannuck Cunning Co.,
Rivers lnlot, 10,000; Alert May Canning Co., Alert Bay, (Mill fishing and
oxpeoting 10,000 cases), 0,500. Total
113,500. -CWoiiiif.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
The Roman Catholic clorgy of Quebec havo inauf-uratod a crusade ngaiuat
Sunday excursions, and are likely to
stamp out the innovation,
Tho annual mooting of the Ontario
rifle association opened Monday after*
nobtt at Toronto. AU the crack sin t ■
in the province aro in attendance.
The Americau soiontiiic associations
held their opening session in University college, Toronto, Monday ovening,
Principally routine business was transacted.
Sovoral fires occurrod in Toronto on
Monday. The biggest was bt Grant's
lithographing establishment. The
stock was damaged $6,000, and the
building $10,000.
Tho new steel stoamship Manitoba,
of tho C. P. R. (loot, made a trial trip
yesterday, in which she showed horsolf to bo far superior to her sister
ships tho Athabasca and Alborta.
An unormous flow uf natural gas
was struck Monday nt You well, Bertie
Township, a few milea from Port Ool-
home, Ont, Experts estimate the
yield lo be over 12,500,000 foet per
day.
Tho officers of tho queen's own of
Toronto, Ont., met Monday night
nnd chose Major Hamilton as commanding officer. A resolution of regret at the retirment of Ool. Allen was
GUILLOTINED.
A Man Named Noel Guillotined for
Murder at St. Pierre
Miquelon.
The School Commissioner's Report
of French Schools Causes a Sensation in Ontario.
The S. S. City of Paris Again Lowers the Record by Beating
ller Own Time.
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
GUILLOTISBD,
Montheal, Aug. 28.—A special despatch from St. Pierre, Milqtielon, via
Halifax, nays: Noel was guillotined
nt 5 o'olock Saturday morning in tbo
presence of two thousand HpuuLaturs
for "Jack thu Rippering" an old mnn.
At 3 o'elook hu ri'C'ivt'd n priest in
jail, confessed and made ready for
death. Thnu tbo cqundra jacket was
put on and his hands tied behind his
back. After this ho confessed to 'the
judges, saying that liquor caused him
to commit the murder. He kissed the
priest six limns beforu ho walked to
tho platform, It waa a chum of Noel's
who was executioner. When Ncol
saw him ho askod, "Is it you who aro
going to kill me?". Tho executioner
Baid "yea." Noel replied, "If you
would kill me you would kill others,"
and then turning to the crowd he said,
"Dear friends, my name is Noel; I am
the first man killed this way in St.
Pierre lam sorry for what I dono
and hope in St. Pierre no execution
like this will happen again, May God
protect you nil." Then he turned
around and examined the guillotine
from top to bottom. Ho waa thon laid
on his face on the plank and lashed to
it. The plank was then pushed into
place under the knife. Noel then
said to the executioner, "Do not make
a botch of the job." In leas than a
minute Noel said he was ready. The
executioner touched a spring nnd the
trinngular knife foil, but it did not do
the deadly work woll, the head not
being completely savored. Tho executioner, with n large knife finished tho
job.
THE FREWS! SCHOOLS,
Toronto, Aug. 28.—The political
sensation in Ontario ia the appearance
today of the report of the Ontario
government's commission of enquiry
into the French schools of tho province. The report will likely bo the
main feat uro of the noxt session of
tho legislature, and a lively iesuo at
tho Ontario elections next yoar.
Thu report which is lengthy, first goes
into the history of tho schools, the
second describes their condition as the
commissioners found them, and the
third makes recommendations for
bringing thom into lino with the general public schools system. The report criticises the text books in use in
French schools, and declare they are
mostly unauthorized and contain teachings of the Roman Catholic church;
and Borne of the histories are prevaded
by a spirit of unfriendliness to tho
British empire. These hooks, the report says, ahould bo discontinued. In
57 schools religious instruction is given
during achoul hours, contrary to law.
Iu several schools in Esses, pictures
of a religious character, the crucifix and
small statues, images of saints were
found, aud iu Prescott county two
schools wero supplied with altars. In
alt these instances tlio report suggests
tho enforcement of the present regulations. Tho specific rccouuuendationa,
hix in numbor, suggested aa tho best
means of doing gradually away with
these Fronch public schools are: ' (1)
Graduate competent teachers in French
and English. (2) To establish aohools
where teachers may bo trained and
given educatlou enabling them to pass
the ordinary examination prescribed
for Ontario teachers. (3) Tbat the
conversational method of teaching English hu used, (i) That a sories of Bilingual readers be provided for Frenoh
schools. (5) That all unauthorized
text books be excluded. (6) That religious instruction bo given only after
regular school hours. The press comments nre varied. The Globe expresses satisfaction at the condition of
things, and regards tho task of Eng*
lishing tho schools us promising. The
Mail snys the work of its own reporter
iu the French school districts fore*
stalled tlie decision of the commission,
but that actum on the suggestions
made, the minister of education, if
given time, may ellect- tho needed reforms. Tlio Empire declares that tho
report ia a complete condemnation ot
thu minister who connived at the atate
cf iill'.tirs described, and denied them
when attention was called to it.
FIXE SIAS0KI0 11LOCK
Duun-H, Minn., Aug. 28.—Tho cor*
nor atone of tho masonic temple was
kid here tliis  morning,   Visiting ina*
na from all ovor tho country woro iu
attendance. Tho coat of the new
building will bo $200,000.
UAZEH AT DEMPftEY S IlliFEAT.
New Yoiik, Aug. 28.— This evening's Sua sr)*b that sporting men hore
aro completely dazed by the news of
pompaoy's defeat.
MORE   PENSION!* WANTED.
Milwavkek, Aug. 28.—Tho business meeting of tho twenty third encampment of tho G. A, R. was callod
to ordor this morning by Commander-
in-Chief Warner, hi Tumor Hall.
Genoral Warner made n lengthy
speech, advocating a moro liberal pension aervice, which waa {-rooted with
cheers, Tlio election of oflicers will
occur to-morrow and General Alger's
election is conceded by eastern men.
THE DUllXED VESSELS.
San Francisco, Aug. 28.—The ahip
Kenilworth started for San Franoisco,
from Port Costa, in tow last night.
Fire broke out again on her but was
put out before it gained muoh head*
way. Tugs are working on the Armenia and Honauwer this morning,
with the hopo of towing them down.
The wreck of tbo former will bo sold
nt auction this afternoon.
l-ROCBBDINOS ENDED.
San Fhancisco, Aug. 28. — The
habeas corpus proceedings iu the case
of Justico Field were di-missed this
morning in the U. S. circuit oourt, on
the announcement tliat tho ohargo of
murder against the justice had been
withdrawn.
STILL   CONFIDENT.
San Fhancisco, Aug, 28,—Jack
Dompaey, tho middle-weight champion, who was defeated last night by
George Lablanche, was found in bed
by a Postal Press reporter thin forenoon. Tho "Nonpareil" appeared to
bo the most dejected individual living,
and freely bemoaned his sudden fall.
He aaid that he hurt bis wrist in the
second round, and exhibited it to the
reporter. The thumb and wrist were
badly discolored and swollen. Other
than feeling very blue over his defeat
DempBey said he was all right, and
would soon be after the Marine for
another fight.
OREAT LEGAL POW-WOW.
Chicago,  Aug.  28,—Tho annual
mooting of tho American bar association was opened at 10 o'clock this
morning in the first Methodist churoh
block, hy Judge Lyman Trumbull, of
Chicago, in an address of welcome,
About three hundred members from
all parts of the oountry wero present.
Judgo Trumbull was followed by Francis Looknerj of Illinois, uud ft. Callahan, of Louisiana, in short ap-*oclies,
after which president, David Dudley
Field, delivered the annual address,
THE   CRONIN CASE.
Chicago, Ang. 28,—At ten o'clock
this morning the hearing of the motion of the defendants in the Cronin
case, for separate trials, was begun
iu branch 3 of tho criminal court. It
required 2 bailiffs at each door to pre*
vent the room from becoming overcrowded. The prisoners wero brought
in under a guard shortly before 10
o'clock and all except O'Sullivan appeared self-possessed, Iceman Moody's
silent proceeding was begun by attorney Forest announcing to tho court he
would liko to file another affidavit. In
tho motion of Coughlin, for a separate
trial, it had reference to the evidence
of Captain Sohaack before the coroner's jury about a statement Woodruffe
made to. him. The affidavit was filed
without reading, Judge Wing then
began arguments in Coughlin's behalf.
* EVIDENTLY AT LARGE,
Boston, Aug. 28, — Sullivan has
abandoned the hope of securing a place
to givo an exhibition hero, and will
open a sparring tour in New York,
J. Barnettleft for New York last night
to make preliminary arrangements.
Sullivan will follow, probably on Sunday. Ho said yesterday Liuey Tracy,
of Brooklyn, who was a big clever fellow, might be his sparring companion,
LATE  ARRIVALS.
New York, Aug. 28,-Ruisell Harrison and Andrew Carnagie arrived
from Europe this morning on the City
of Paris.
STORES BURNED.
San Barnardino, Cal., Aug. 28.—
Tho fire, which started in O. A. Davis'
furnishing goods store in the Burt
block shortly before 11 o'clock last
night, burned nearly the whole block.
The largest losera were Davis, $15,000,
and F, Bnermaun, wholosalo liquor
dealer, $10,000. The losses aggregate $50,000. Insurance ubout $25,-
000.
DIED IH THE VAT.
Fresno, Cala., Aug. 28.—Oliver
Mouettl and Peter YuUsnon, both
about 30 years of age, were asphyxiated yesterdsy while cleaning wine vats.
WHEAT.
San Francisco, Aug. 28.—Wheat
weaker; buyer '80,128|; buyer season 1424.
New York, Aug. 28.—Wheat firm;
Aug. 86; Sept, 85}; October 85J; Dec.
86 ft.
Chicago, Aug. 28.—Wheat firm;
August 78; September 774; December
78J.
Liveraool, Aug. 28.—Whest firm;
Cala, 0s. lOAd.
CHAMPION OF AMERIOA.
Newport, R. 1. Aug. 28.-H. W.
Slocum, jr., this morning beat Q. A.
Shew, jr., 0-3, 0-1, 4-6, 6-2, winning
the amateur tennis championship of
America for 1889.
THE stabbed nurse.
Atlantic, N. J., Aug. 28.—Mrs.
Donnelly, the nurse stabbed by Mrs.
Hamilton last Monday, is acting
quietly this morning and the physicians express some hope of her recovery. Should her condition continue
to show signs of improvement Mrs.
Hamilton will no doubt be admitted'to
bail should prosecutor Thomas consult.
ANOTHER RECORD BROKEN.
New York, Aug. 28.—The Inman
line steamship City of Paris, arrived at
Sandy Hook at 4.27 this morning,
making the passage in 5 days, 19
houn, 18 minutes, breaking her own
record, the best of the trips across
TRAIN ROBBERS ESCAFE.
Salt Lake Citv, Aug. 27.*~The
train robbers who held up the Rio
Grande western train three weeks ago
woro captured in San Juan County,
Utah, by a deputy United States marshal and a posse of Navajo and Ute
Indians, They were shackled aud
wero on their way to Moab to be
brought to this city, when they jumped
front the wagon and disappeared in
the darkness. Although careful
search was made they have not been
found. Tho officers and Indians aro
still pursuing, and have some hopo of
recapturing them.
THE MARINE WON,
San Francisco, Aug. 27.—Dempsey
and Lsblanehe fought for a purse of
$6,000 at tho California Athletic Club
this evening. The fight lasted for 31
rounds. Up to tho 15th it was pretty
even, after that tho "Nonpareil" hit
Lablancho wherever he liked. He
jabbed htm continually in the neck
and it appoared that ho would surely
he the winner. Tbe Marino was nigh
exhausted at the end of the thirtieth,
and every ono thought that Doinpsey
would finish him in tho next round.
In the thirty-first round Dempsey
smashed tho Marine in tho face several times, when suddenly tho latter
reached him on the jaw and Dempsey
fell to the floor liko a log. He failed
to get up in tho required 20 seconds
and Lablancho was declsred the winner.
DOWN ON PUBLIC SCHOOLS,
Pittsburo, Aug. 25.—Rev. Father
Carson, pastor of St. Agnes' ohurch,
delivered a special sermon to-day on
the subjeet of parochial schools. In
the oourie of hia remarks Father Oar*
son said that ho would not hereafter
grant absolution to parents who permitted their children to attend the
publio schools. Explaining, he said
that the recent council of bishops at
Baltimore had ordered that the children of Catholic parents should not be
permitted to attend tho publio schools
unless by a special permit from tlto
bishop of tho diocese
DOCK YARD STRIKE
Still Extending Though the Be-
mands of the Strikers are Conceded in Some Instances
Two Italian Banks Fail aud Measures are Being Taken Lo Prevent a Crisis.
The Boulauglsts Begin to Quarrel
Among Themselves and Stormy
Meetings Result.
ORDERLY STRIKERS.
London, Aug. 28.—Feeling ou tho
stock exchange ia unanimously one of
indignation at Lhu persistent refusal of
tliu dock companies tu mako nomo concession. Tho numbor of utrikera iu*
criiiso hourly by thousands, and thoy
movo through tho streets in vast pro-
cessions at will. The Riverside districts are full of thom. Bo far there
have boen no acts of violence. All tho
dock yards aru watched and men intending to work are porsuadotl uot to,
but none are coerced.
TBE DOCK COMPANIES WEAKENING.
London, Aug. 28.—-The wharfingers, shippers nnd merchant.- are pressing the dock companies to yield to
the strikers. They declare tbat the
dock companies, by their action, are
driving trade to other ports. Tho companies complain of tho pressure lhat is
being brought upon thom to rccedo
from their position, and their representatives promise to answer those
that are importuning them to settle
with the men later. Thero uro more .
men at work to-day than at nny time
since the strike waB inaugurated. The
mail steamers are being loaded slowly.
The tea car men have resumed work
and prospects for a settlement are
more hopeful. Several ships with cargoes of sugar, are lying in tho Tlinlnes
aud at Greeno'ch. The sugar .vas all
bought up to-day in fifteen minute, at
6 pence advance, and sent by train to
London. The dock companies show
signs of yielding. Tho diflert ncca between the companies and tho strikers-
have been referred to a conference of
officials of the coal companies and a
deputation of strikers, who will report
to the directors of the coal company
to-night any decision that may be
reached.
THE STRIKERS WIN.   -
London, Aug. 28.—At 4 p.m. the
rumor prevails that the dock companies have conceded to the demands of
the strikers.
MRS. maybrick.
London, Aug. 28.—Mra. Maybrick
will be removed to the convict prison
at Working shortly. Her fri-md-- will
be allowed' to' viait her every two
months.
THE COAL MERCHANTS ACCEDE.
London, Aug. 28.—The suspension
of tho ooal Bupply threatened dissBter.
Tho ooal merchants hold a consultation inconsequence today, and conceded the demands of tbo meii, who
have returned to work, There are apprehensions of a scarcity of Hour. The
interruption of tho supply by sea is
beginning to tell ou prices.
A FINANCIAL CRISIS.
Rome, Aug. 28.—The Roman banks
Seo nto Seto nnd Banc. Liborino have
suspended payment, and Premier Crispi haa called a meeting of the directors
of the National bank and ot l. or financial institutions to consult concerning
measures to avert a crisis.
BOUI.ANGISTS" QUARREL.
Paris, Aug. 27.-—A crowded meeting of Boulangist s waB held here this
evening to protest against the conviction and sentence of their chiof. These
present were mostly workmen. The
police were thickly distributed in and
about the hall and a largo forco of
military was held in rcadines*) outside
while tbe meeting was m progress.
M. Laguerre, the Boulangist deputy,
presided at a stormy meeting of his
partisans here to-day, called for the
purpose of selecting candidates to run
at the approaching elections for members of the lower house. In Ms speech
M, Laguerre declared that, though he
was a personal friend to Genoral Boulanger, he was not prepared to follow
blindly. He desired the triumph of
the Ideas which General Boulanger advocated and was prepared to adopt any
plan which promised that result with*
out concerning himself for the fortunes of any individual. These remarks were not kindly received. Quar-
rols arose at once which ended in suoh
disorder that the meeting waa finally
dispersed without selecting any candidates.
THE GREAT STRIKE
London, Aug. 27.—Tho Btriko is
still spreading and the relsiive positions of employors and strikers remain
unchanged. Rumors aro circulating
that the printers intend joining the
strike, which is virtually a light for a
universal eight-hour system, end the
wage earners iu branches of industry
hitherto believed to be beyond the
contaminating influence of tho strikers,
aro becoming restive and inclined to
cast their fortunes with tho dock Inlmr-
ers and their allies. The paralysis
which pervades the shipping industry
shows no sign of imprcvement in London, but ships aro discharging at Chatham and Southampton without interruption, perferring the chanco ■ of get*
ting their cargoes to London overland
to the certainty of being unablo to discharge at their accustomed docks. The
lord mayor haa declined tu act ns arbitrator, fearing to interfere in duties
properly belonging to judges of tho
courts. Tho strikers now number
130,000. The ooal heavers at import*
ant centres are joining tbe strikers.
Two hundred and fifty steamers are
now lying in tho docks awaiting their
cargoes. The factories along tho river
aide are closing down for lack of ooal,
throwing thousands of hands into idleness. Thousands of coal heavers havo
joined the strikers to-day and the
situation instead ot Improving is growing worse hourly, Meetings of the
strikers and their employers continue,
but thus far they have been barren of
results. The directors of tho dook
company have declined an offer to supply the places of tho strikers with 3000 *
Belgians at four pence half-penny par
hour, presumably because they fear an
outbreak as the result of its acceptance.    _,^^^~^^mmm
The four-year-old son of W. H.
Baker was drowned in tho Lake of tho
Woods at Rat Portage Monday.
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It appears that the "Jingoes" aro
not  to  have their way over the
Untiring Sea matter.   Thero is no
room   to doubt  tliat Mr. Maino is
animated   by a   spirit of   hostility
towards England—or at all events,
by a feeling that a manifestation of
hostility will "pay" politically. And
it is equally certain thnt a number
of people in England are quito ready
to "seo" Mr. Blaine, and possibly
go him ono better.   But the sound
sense of  tho two nations—and a
large quantity of   that nrticlo goes
with Anglo-Saxon   blood—is altogether  opposed   to   such   tactics.
Many leading papers in the United
States openly ridicule tho conduct
of tho government,   Russia, when
she owned Alaska, claimed exactly
what the government of tho United
States now claim, and tho big republic laughed at tho idea.   Again, Mr,
Blaine  took  a leading part in tho
movement  to  deny the  right of
Canada to control her own inshore
fisheries—a right claimed by, nnd
allowed to, every nation.   This, of
course, makes his present conduct
all the more ridiculous and inconsistent, and American papers, are
-  not slow to remind him of the fact.
It  is  not  likely that Mr. Blaine
looks to anything more serious than
the manufacture of political capital
for  himself  and  his party (he is
given to that sort of thing) by driving a  hard bargain with the Old
Oountry;   but, of course, we must
keip in view the possibility that ho
j maybe allowed to push his bluff a
point or two beyond England's patience   In such a contingency, it
might be well to havo Mr. A. J.
Balfour  exchange   offices with tho
secretary   for  foreign  affairs, and
allow him to sottlo the matter with
the plumed knight iu single combat.
Balfour's policy is about u!l in theso
daya that makes Blaine's possible.
Wo must give the Times credit
for supporting our contention that
non-resident representatives are not
a good tiling in the abstract, aud
not desirable in British Oolumbia
generally speaking,' nor iu tho particular caso of the Lillooet district
constituency which wo have refered
to. Tho Times says the feljpwing,
among othor things, on jhn subject:
"Tiic mainland has complained bit
tisrly nj what it caifc. one-sitled' legislation, and the only way we can ac
count for it ja. from the fajt that it
has been represented by men whoso
intrresta or whoso sympathies iny
with, tjio coast. To cscapo this
grii vance in tho future it is imperative that the interior be represented
ty men who have no affiliations outside of their constituencies. The
interior cm mako up its mind that
unliiss it is prepared to send men of
this stamp to the local houso that it
never will be represented in a man-
ner after its own heart." These remarks, the Times goes on to say, aro
prompted by the rumor with respect
to Mr. Eberts going on a hunting
tour, to Lillooet, and incidentally, as
it were, "bagging" the constituency
along with other "large game." The
Times says it hus no objections to
Mr. Eborts, who is understood to be
a government supporter, becauso it
does not "regard him as saturated
-with Robsonianism," to quoto our
coteoiporiiry'3 very realistic diction,
but concludes the Victoria evening
thuuderer, "Wo simply believe that
the time bus come when Lillooet
should be represented by one of its
own citizens; while on the other
hand if Mr. Eberts really has political aspirations he will find smoother
sailiug and n better opportunity to
display his abilities in case of election hy representing a district within n thousand miles of his place
of business." We congratulate
the 77'i'cs upon looking at this matter io fairly.
On tho first ot the present month,
as was announced at the time in the
despatches, an influential deputation,
numbering sixty-five, and representing the principal cities of Ontario
and Quebec, waited upon tho governor-general at Quebec, and presented   tho  petition of  the Equal
Rights  Association,   praying,   for
reasons exhaustively set forth, that
his excellency would bo pleased to
exercise his prerogative and causo
that the Jesuits Estates Act be disallowed.    Rov.   Principal   Oavcn,
D.D., ablj* supported tho potition.
Tho governor-general, in a moderate,
politic, and carefully worded reply
of come length, definitely declined
either to disallow tho act or to dis
«olvo  parliament, as  ho had been
aaked to do by petition.   For thus
acting, or refusing to act, tho governor-general has been subjected to
considerable condemnation and abuse
at the bands of the Equal Rights
Association, mass meetings on tho
queition, and a portion of the publio
press,   While behoving that, at tho
teat,, the Jesuits' estates legislation
ihould be tubmittod to a competent
tribunal, to pronounce authoritative-
ly, and   beyond   the suspicion of
politioal bias, upon its coustitution-
. sJity, we eannot see tbat tbe Equal
Rights Association  got  any other
answer than what they might havo
expected from thoir appeal for viceregal interference, and, under the
circumstances,   tho   abuso   which
Lord Stanley is receiving from opponents of tho Jesuits legislation, in
Ontario   principally,   appears   ill-
judged, unkind, and  uncalled for.
Whon it is remembered thnt only
thirteen out of tho house of commons cast their votes for disallowance, and that the leaders and heavy
men of both political parties, as well
as the great bulk of tho  rank and
file on either side, wero a unit in
opposing federal interference in Quebec's "provincial legislation on the
Jesuits question, could it havo been
reasonably expected, wo would ask,
that   tho  governor-genoi'iil   should
havo tnken upon himself, at the instance of on evident relatively small
minority, to reverse tho verdict of
the poople through their representatives!   Lord Stanley's own words,
"I   decline   to go bohind recorded
votes," woro, wo believo, perfectly
justified   under tho circumstancos.
It must bo clear to an impartial and
disinterested observer that the governor-general could not havo Safely
taken nny other course.   The beat
representative  of  the throne that
Canada has had—and she has had
somo  good ones—would not hnvo
acted differently.   With respect to
tho dissolution of  parliament requested   by petition, tho same remarks will   apply.   The governor-
general   would oertainly not havo
been justified, contrary to tlie advice
of his constitutional advisors, who,
it had been signally demonstrated,
had the house, and presumably the
country, with them, in putting the
whole Dominion to. tho expense and
trouble of a general election, upon
the demand of even an influential
minority representation from only
one, or, at  tho most, two, of the
provinces.  Admitting the righteousness, of  tho cause whioh the Equal
Rights Association and their sympathizers have at heart, thoy would
best further that cause by. restraining their zeal within the bounds of
moderation and justice to all.
DAILY WtJTISH COLUMBIAN, MEW WESTMINSTER, B. O., AUGUST 28, 1889.
VOLUME VIX-NO. 80.
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11 looo of land Ih bounded by Boundary
Hoy on tho onat, nnd by a caitettcd road
on tho north; in fonced on two Hideo, nnd
for agricultural purpose-* cannot hosur*
pasi-ed hy any land In the provinco,
E, y ot E, y. of 8ec. 8, Townships, beingy
milo In width hy 1 mile tn length; containing 100 acres, and having nbout 10
acres undor fouoo, a dwelling houso
18x20 foet, n hnrn 80x50 feet, and sheds
ndjolnlni*. Muoh of tho above land Id
open una vory easily cleared and excel*
lent for agricultural purposes.
W. y ot E. y ot Hoe. 8, Township8. being
>■: milo In width byl mile In lengih:
eontnfnlng 100 acros llmheretl land; soil
lli'«t*clnss quality,
N. E. U floe. SBO, Groui) I, containing -10
ncres timbered land lying m miles from
C, I'- It. and 8 miles from Port Moody.
PORT MOODY TOWN PROPERTY.
Sub-divlslons of Lot 201, Group I (Murray
Property),
Fracllonal Lots2Act,      lllock3
Full "    12,13 A14,  "     a
Fractional  "   fi, "    0:    half
required by C, P. il, [not sottlod for],
Full Lot 7, IMook 8.
" "  13,    •'     5.
Hub-dlvlstons of Lot 202, Group I (Clark
Proporty i.
IjiOIji S5, -12t -h A d-3, fllook &
■•   18 ift in. Bloolc o; required by C. r.It,
[not sottlod for].
Sub*divlHlons of Lot 2CH, Group I (Boaven
Proporty. 1
Lots lfi A 1(1, Block M.
PERSONAL PROPERTY.
1 Horse, Harness, llimgy, Outter, Saddle
tfc Ill-Idle, Jewelry, Shot-Gun, Oflico Furnituro, Hurgenn-K Cinilr, Inslriimentfi,
jirugs, Modlclues, Medloal Books, Ac,
J. A, HOBINNON,
diiyiotd Hxeoutor,
EXHIBITION BUILDING
Must mnko It known to (ho Secretary
At an Early Date.
T. R. PEARSON,
dwiuiMinl a*IOB*-IA-17.
!>„'
FRASER RIVER IMPROVEMENT
Notice to Contrnctors.
SEALED TENDERS, ondorsed "Tondor
for Frasor River works," will bo received hy the undcr-dgncd up to noon of
Thursday, the 29th Instant,
for certain works at the mouth of (ho
Kroner Klvor.
Spoolflcatlons, Including condition of
tender, drawings and conditions of contract, enn be seen at tho Post oflloe, New
Westminster, and at this office on und
aftor the Hint instant.
Tenders must bo mndo out on the forms
supplied.
The lowost or nny tender not uecessarl Iy
accepted.
Y, C. GAMBLE,
Resident Engineer.
Dopt.of Publle WorkB,
Victoria, B. C., aoth August, 16SU.
dau22te
NOTIOa
•XTOTICE IS HEREBY GrVEN THAT
ri ao days after date I Intend applying
io tlio Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to leaso the following described lands:
1. Commencing at apost on Valde-s Is;
'hence north '0 ein
 ... , .j corner of Leamy „
Kyle's tlmbor claim; thenoo wost along
side of the unsurveyed
g thenee north 40 ohalns;
west UO chains, to corner of Leamy A
land, on tho no*.— -....-
channel, running thonce north 40 ehalns:
tholr line 00 chains; south 60 ohalns, to
shore; thenco following shoro to point of
commencement,
2. Commencing at a post on Valdez Island, on tho south side of the un survey ml
channel, opposite a channel known as
Holo In tha Wall, running thenco south
70 ohalns: west 20 chains; south 20 chains;
wost 100 chains; north KO chains, to shoro;
thenco along the shoro to point of commencement.
8, Commencing at a post 40 chains east
of Indian Rosorvoon Ramsay Arm; thonco
south r-tlcbninsi enst 80chains; north 20
chnlns; oastKOchalns; north lOchalns;
enst till] chains; north *•.) chains; west loo
chains; feoUth lOchalns; went (JOolialtisi
south 20 chnlns; west 80 chains; south GO
chains, to placo of commencement.
4. Commenelng at post l'i chains from
SOlHll-WQBt corner of postof tho Moody*
ville Haw Mill Co.'s limits, nt the bead of
jMalusplna Inlet; thonco south 21) chains1
west 40 chains; soutli 40 ohnlns; east m
ch'ns; north 40chalns; Oft It 70 chains; north
fiOchiiliiis; west ai chains; soutlHOchalus;
wesl r-5 chains, to plnco of comincnco-
mont. HENRY V. EDMONDS.
Now WoslmInstor, 15th Aug,, 1889,
dfttwuni
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ten lanftuago-i. Amiays from a din tan™
promntrynfteudodto, Addreu Vaiioon*
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OFE-I DAI AND MUIIT.
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DAILY BRITISH COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0,. AUGW 28, 1689.
FILIAL1* AFFECTION.
There's n girl wbo, i'vo a notion,
Wouhl mako any household glad
Soo hur beautiful devotion
To hor old and homely "dad." ,
Hor soft hand sho kindly presses
To his forehead seamed by caro,
Anil slio daintily (•arcsscs
His remaining look ot hair.
Whon at ovo from plodding dally
Ho returneth from the town, A
Sho runs forth to moot him Bayly,
And slio brings bis dressing-gown
Uow Bho banishes his sadnoB-t,
Whon to sadness ho Inclines',
With a smllo of tonder gladness,-,
And his Biippovs-numher nines.
Whc ean Bay what Is the reason
Or this fond and filial fuss?
Why at this espocinl season
Should she treat the old man thus?
Though so bald, he's vory thrifty,
And I vonturo a shrewd guoss
That sho's working him for fifty
Dollars for a now spring dreis,   ■'«*
—Barry B. Smith, In America.
UOMINICK'S COURTSHIP,
;
, It Suited Blm, Though It Didn't
Please Mra. Dobson.
— ' *m
Doininiok Partridge, rldtaf? baraward on
hia Inst load of hay, formed a resolution,
and uttered it, although the words were
rather a remark than a declaration, for
what ho said was:
"I hadn't ought to bo slnglo.'*
Ho Imd been making an estimate of hia
possessions-of his monoy in tho bank, his
acres, the corn and hay and apples and
t;iilcr in the barn, tbe cattlo and horsos that
wero hia own-and ho had decided that ho
wns luo rich to bo a bacholor, fy#
Ha did not adore thoso beings of whom
some peoplo spunk of as "tho ladies,''othors
as "lovely woman," and others still as
"wiinmen folks,'' but ho know that if thero
wns a Mrs, Partridge he should bo muoh
moro comfortable, Bhould take a new position us a married man, and doubtless find
himself at tlto end of his days with some
onu to inherit his property, a son to tako tho
troublo off of his hands in his old ago and to
be a second Pom ink-It Pai-trldgo. Thoroforo
Mr. Partridge, solo of that namo at tho moment, remarked: "/hadn't ought to bo
single," and began to call up boforo his
mind's oyo a list of tho marriageable ladies
of Locksiio. There was tho Widow Bur*
roughs, too fat and very lazy; tbe Widow
Green, the most suitable partner for a middle-aged man; but "Dunno asl could stand
it," suid Mr. Partridge, Miss Bpicer was
stern and man-hating; her sister, Miss
Frudio, silly and an old coquette. The min-
■j is tor's Bister was cast-iron dignity and
frozen elegance combined, but she would
- stop bis pipe, his holiday glass, his olrcus
going, his wearing of old clothes, and doing
as ho ploased. Wbo was there besides!
A sudden thought come into his mind and
he laughed.
"Why shouldn't I marry for love!" hOBaid,
under his breath.
Simon, who had managed his affairs for
many a day, and, while supposed to bo
hired man, wsb actually master, sat in tho
lniyboBldo Mr. Partridge, like an old jack*
dti \v in nn immense nest, and watched him.
Ho saw bla cheeks flush a soft, wintry
iil-'.lo red, nud beard him laugh a littlo foolish liufthlB blinsblf,
"I'll bet a cookcy I know what you was a
tliiiikin1 of, Mr. Partridge,1' he said.
-I'll bet another you don't, Si," said his
muster.
' -You was a thinkin' of gettin' married,"
suid Si.   "Thero, now I"
"I wasn't exaotly," responded Mr. Part*
ridgo; "but I was thinkin' of thinkin' about
It." ipts*** ■ - .
"Comes to the same thing, sir," said Si.
"Cniios to the samo thing. I was turnin'
It over in my inind. You'd orter hov a nico,
brolly wifo In your big house. And hev
iho parlor fixed up, and a melodeon aud
sully bottomed cheers, and a chany lamp,
and lnco cm-tings, liko they do up to tho
squire's', aud your portrait and horn to
mutch, framed. She'd know. That's only a
kindov a outline. And I should sort o* tako
moro nira whon I drovo you to nicctin'. It's
all vory woll to be koerless. rampageous
ouchclorB when you'ro young, but whon
you'ro settlln' down there's more required.
Your fifty fourth df noxt November, and I
wus fourteen whon you was born. We'd
orter nettle,''
'•But, Si," thoughtfully responded Mr.
Pni-tihigo. "I wns thinking this,Simon.
'Outer tho fryin'pan into the fire,' Suppose I was to got a tartar. Middlo-aged
won-.n got pretty cross sometimes. Pcuco
is a comfort, anyhow. But to bo ordered
'round, and flung at, and asked 'why you
don't?' and told 'sho suid so,' like my poor
brother lko was in his wife's lifetime, ain't
pleasant" ■*
"Pou't tako one of that kind," said Simon,
with an air of groat experience. "Whoro
you'd orter go is up to tho squiro'B." ;
"Think so!" asked Mr. Partridge, with
tho winter apple flush all over his face this
timo.   "Think bo, Si!"
"Ho do youl" said Simon, looking a*, his
master. "Rich folks like you can choose,
Yuu dress up and you look quite present-
ablo yot. Tho Partridges ain't novor beon
culled humly. Why, your cousin Bee was
willed tlio handsomest gal In tho county at
Dovcnteen." • «®*-. - **■
"Sho was, too," interpolated Mr. Part*
fridgo. "*'••'*•*';
"I used to soo you sneakln* arter, hor up
tho lnno, thore," said Simon, "and thought
you'd make a pretty pair.   But sho gavo
you tho mitten." .-.--.    .&
"So she did, Simon," assented Mr. Part*
ridge, „
"And got nicely paid for it," aid Bimon.s
with nchuckle.  "Sho'a regretted It many
a dny.   Hor husband ran off, and sho's
liousekoopor to tbo squiro. Yes, she's sorry
—she's sorry." **  '■*-»*t
"Think so, Simon!" tutiodtfr. Partridge,
turning red again.   '•    ..;■■, ■.-*•;* ,$...
"Of course," Bnid Simon."' "Now you got
through hiiyin', leavo things to me, aud go
up to lho Bquiro's to spend u wook. You'll
neu 'out all. There's Bella, kinder slim and
black-eyed; aud Flossy, she's pink and
white, uud yellow-haired; and Myra, her
.•yes urn gray, and her hair polo brown, and
ttnnio call hor quean-like. You've got a
iiliolco, nud pretty as they aro, thoy hovon't
,-i't.' ti.mi itimnigat 'cm. This Is a poor
pltleo lot' young mon, aud everybody knows
Mrs. Dob'sbn wants to marry 'om off." ■*-,*«-'
"Hii" ci-Idtl Mr. Partridge, suddenly, in
tlm voice he would havo used to a cow who
imd hi-ol-on intoucornfield; "hll Si Millet;
wlieroyou f*oin'l"
"Khl" ejaculated Simon. *-«
"You meun for tne to marry ono of tho
tuiuli-o's llttio gals!" i
""■■'oat suiuiblo mutch I know for ye,
1'iiririiigo family Ib a good one, and you'ro a
ik'h man," said Bl. "Shot what's a yoar
ni-1 wo on a man's side whon he's as fore-
banded as you! Go oyer to Dobson's, I
suy; but you oan tako .your own course—
you mostly do—and you mostly regret it."
With theso words the old hired man
slipped to tbo ground on ono side, as bis
master vanished on the other, and tho work
at housing tho hay commonced.
Howovor, on tbo next Monday Mr, Part-
ridgo, drossed with scrupulous nlcoty, and
looking extremely well, took the train for
tho next station, and appeared at Squiro
Dobson's with a neat portmanteau ln his
hand, and was roeeived with opon arms by
host and hostess, to whom ho hod written to
appriso them of his coming.
Out ln tho arbor undor tho big wistaria
threo young girls olung togothor, with
littlo chirps and twitters, liko so many
frightened birds—Flossy with tho golden
hair, Myra with the brown, and brunette
Bella,
"('an it be!" whispered Flossy.
"Say it isn't true," sobbed Myra.
"It's true, and an awful shame," sighed
Bella, "That man, only flvo yours youngor
thin pa, has come hero to court ono of tu,
nnd uia wants him to. Ma says It would ho
n f-t-cut thing for ono ofui, becauso ho Is
Hcli. What good would It ba to be rich!
Ob:'-IHs, if R should bo mo, will you save
moi"
"We'll all drown DitrBolvos together, like
tlioKovcn Bisters ln tbo ballad, by what's
his namo," vaguely sobbed Myra.
"We'll run away and llvo on wild cherries'," snld Flossy, tho youngest.
But Bella recovered herself flrst,
"Lot ui disgust him," iho cries, bravoly,
"Lot us frighten him away. Lot us show
him what it would bo for an old mau lo
marry a young girl who didu't caro for
him."
"My darlings, here Ib Mr. Partridge,
como, I hopo, to mako us a delightfully
long visit," said the mothor to her daughters flvo minutes aftor, buttho daughters
shook hands with the Partridge hi a limp
aud UnonthUBiastio fashion, and retreating
to a sofa, began giggling together in a way
that horrified their mothor.
Generally tlioy were so charming. Why,
whon a fortune might bo lost by it, would
thoy nppeai'ut tholr worst now! Tho fact
thai D minick Partridgo intended to look
foi-!!, wile In hor homo had been communicated to her by Simon Millet, who had managed to pet himself sent over with u present of poultry,
"lio's sort o' backward, ou account of
goltin'on iu lifo," the old man had said;
"but you kin encourage him; and J know
how solid ho is and what he's worth."
Wilh wliich recommendation ho departed.
And now tho mlddlo-aged man sat looking
at tho giggling girls, who might havo been
his daughters; mid thoir mother, In despair
at their conduct, fanned horsolf on hor aoFa,
and did hor bost to placo them in a favorablo light. But when she Boot Holla to tho
piano, iiiBtuiu! of playing "A puueado of
Pearl*-," or "Thu Rippling Waterf-til," nlco-
ly, protended to forget hernotca, uml aim
dared not bid Flossy bring her portfolio of
drawing!', becauso the girl hud been milking caricatures of Mr. Partridgo on hi i
knees io babies in long frocks all duy, mul
wns oupablbof producing thoao. And Myt'.l
was dangerous when vexed; and alio fell
pleased wtiotaHIiv Partridge declared thut
ho must sea how tho garden. looktSd, and,
rlsln*,', sauntered out into it. Then, indeed,
she conld scold her girls in whisper!-.
Doihinick Partridgo did not liiigor to
listen, nor did ho pause to look at tho flow-
ova ho passed ns ho skirted the house, nml
stopped ut a low window bcsklo whieh u
woman oat pooling peaches. Slio wus
dressed iu a black nun's vailing, and woro
n while linen collar and a Uttle. dark crimson bow at her throat Over lioi'di'O'-Hwns
tied u clinok apron. Sho boro traces of
grout beauty In her face,j but was flftyyoars
old, and looked It.
"Cousin Boo," saidDomiuick Partridge,
"how nro you!"
Sho lookod up and smiled at him.
"I'm very well," sho said. "I'm novor
anything else; and I supposo you nron'ij
sick, or you wouldn't boflyin' 'round after
the girls.   I hear you'ro gain' to marry?"
"I'm generally refused, you know," bo
answered; "so 1 shan't couut my chickens
boforo Lhoy'ro hatched, this time."
Sho blushed.
"Havo a peach!" she asked.  "They're
good,"
Ho took ono.
"Thoy don't hold a candle to some of
mine," ho said, os ho ato it. "I'vo kopt up
my orchards, Tho plnco la a sight to bo-
hold for beauty, Boo. Tho houso wants
fixinV'
"For a brido!" added Boo.
"Yes," suid Domiuiok; "for a bride. Sho
should hov; her owu way about things. I
could afford it. How do you liko being Mrs.
Squiro nobnon's housekeeper, Boo?"
"liikel" repeated Bee. "Oh, I don't expect to like nowadays; I just put up with
things. I can do. I don't mind doiu', Site
likes that. She culls mo housekeeper, I'm
horo because sho cloea; but I do hard work
fora very littlo pay. The other servant
thoy put a cup on and call a 'maid.' Maid
and liiniH'-kcepoi'- Welt, n3 I said, cf I
wnaii'tedited housekeeper I couldn't stay,
ami I tried to sow at starvation prices aftor—"
"After your husband died," said Dominick
"After ho went off," said Boo, sternly.
"But.', 0*1 ;s been dead three years."
"Aii'll'vo had enough fur two ull this
while," mini Dominick Partridge, softly.
"Well, I'vo no doubt one of Uio Misses
Dobson will share it," said Bee "When
;'*'i Millet told Mrs. Dobson, sho wus sot
up, I can tell you, I'd havo Bolltv of 1 were
you. Sho's got tho most Bonso. They
haven't any of them got too much, but
they're pretty—"
"Pshaw I" said Dominick Partridge.
"Bee, did you believe Simon Millet whon
lie said I was sueh an old fool as to want
one of thoso littlo girls! I'm not an old
man. I'vo got years boforo me. I feel
strong audi fool prosperous, and I feci I
hadn't orter bo alone, but I don't want a
"i-essy'bnby to bring up. What I want,
Boo, is you, You'ro a doar, darling littlo
woman, and I'vo hankered after you all
my Ufa Whan I hoard for sure that your
Count—"
"Mo was a Baron," aaid Bee.
"Woll, Unit your Baron was dead, I made
up iny mind that I'd nover loft off loving
you; and jost four days ago I said to myself: 'I'll go over to Squiro Dobson's and
uskBoo again. P'raps she'll hov mo thia
time.'" -..
"I don't know wbat you want of an old
thing like ino," said Bee; but she laughed;
and ho kissed her.
Three young girls," peeping through
thohedi*ohardby, saw htm, and clapping
their hum'-; softly, ran away to tell their
mothor,
'And lm is awfully nlco, and sbe is awfully nico," they cried, in a musical chorus;
"and it was ult nmlstukoof that ridiculous
Simon; uml you ought to bo glad, nm, that
you didn't let him fiud out what you thought
Ono of us nnd Mr. Partridge I Absurd. But
it's splondid for Bee, and romantic, for thoy
woro old lovors."—N. Y. Ledger.
MARVELOUS COURAGE.
Cupar allolcd CoolnoKH iifnnlunooentMuu
on tho Gtillowa,
In a handsomo mansion situated In a
lonely part of England thero resided, n fow
yeavBOgo, a maiden lady of considerable
wealth, writes a correspondent of tho
Philadelphia PrcBs. Ono morning sho was
discovered foully murdered. Her manservant, named Leo, wub suspected,
arrested and convicted on cirouiiiatniiti.il
evidence, and sentenced to bo hanged. So
conclusive scorned tho ovidenco against tho
prisoner that no attempt whatever was
mado on tho part of tho publia to induco
the Homo Secretary to exercise executive
elouioiicy. Tho day of tho execution having arrived, the prisoner was led forth to
suffer tho oxtt-omo penalty. Tho rope to ba
used, tho textura of whieh was Bilk and
hemp, had boon, as Is customary in such
casos, losieii with the aid of stuid-bugH, uiul
waa not found wanting. Tho bolt was
Irawn nud tho prisoner waa given a drop or
eight foot. The ropo broko, Tho prisoner
walked, unaided, up tho steps leading to
tho scaffold, and after tho ropo hud been
fixed again and tbo nooso adjusted tho bolt
was drawn for tho second timo. Tho rope
broke again,
Leo was by this timo considerably
stunned, Howovor, aftor tha lapse of a,
tow moments ho nguln nsconded, unaided,
tho steps, and after doing ail in his power
to allay lho nervousness of tha hangman,
assisted tho lattor ln onco moro fixing
tbo ropo. Tho prisoner placed himsolf on
tho trap-door, tho bolt wns pulled, and tho
condemned man dropped onco moro out of
vlow. Tho ropo parted for tho third time.
Alter considerable delay Leo once moro
placed himsolf into tho executioner's bnnds,
but tbat porsonago and tho other ofllcliiis.
horrified at whnt seemed a Dlvlno interposition, rofused to proceed furthor with tlio
business. Tho facta wero reported to tiiu
Homo Secretary, who at onco respited tho
prisoner, eondomniug him to imprisonment
for life,
Three years later a woman who was
Loo's fallow-servant confessed on hor
lying bod that it was sho who killed hor
uistrcss. Sho declared that Loo had no
jonncctlon whatever with lho affair, and
itated facts strongly confirmatory to hor
xufesBion.
Instances may possibly havo occurred in
vhlch an oquul amount of physical courage
las boon uluplayod, but outsido of tho palo
if fiction thoro can nol bu cllod a single
laso in which bravery overplayed a nloro
JOiiBplouoilB purl than in the incident abovo
dotallcd. |
AMaixkiiuhi has developed a now and
;eryorl(*iiial idua for making money In u
law caso. Hus ya ho la going to bring
■tuit agnmst the elccii i.- light company for
lamngqa lo his hen:-, In kooplng them
iwalto every uight until twelve o'elook by
tho bright light, its tbey uro worn out for
fl ant of Bleep, and nro too Ilred to lay,
Cleanse
the System
" *■? " With that most reliable
Ifjffl medicine— palne's color*!
BswwkW compound, it purifies the
blood, cures constipation,
and regulates the liver and
l-ldneys-aiTectually cleansing f bc system of all waste
and dead matter.
Paine's
Celery Compound
aomblnes truo norvo tonic and strengthenln*
qualities, reviving tho energies and spirits.
*' I havo been troubled for somo years with a
complication of difficulties. After trying various remedies, and not llnding relief, I tried
Palne's Celery Compound. Before taking one
full bottlo tho long troublesome symptoms began to BUbslde, and I can truly say now, than 1
feel like a new man. Digestion has Improved,
and I have gained ten pounds In weight since I
have commenced taking the compound."
HOKKBTDS STKAHN8, FolCllVllle, Tt.
$l.oo, Slxforfs.oo. At Druggists.
Wells, riohardboh & Co.,        Moktbiil,
ANY ONE
CAN DYE«
A Dtyss, or a Coat,) Anv Color
«-\.\nyl
s'f       FC
Ribbons, Feathers, r     F0R
Yarns, Rags, etc.  j ten cents
uui in many other ways SAVE Money, and •nuke
tlii-.j*s look like NEW, hy using DIAMOND
DYES. The work is easy, simple, quick; lhe
■(•lore the BEST nnd FASTEST known. Aik foi
DIAMOND DYES nnd take no other.
7or Gilding or Bronzing Fancy Article-* USB
DIAMOND PAINTS.
gold, Bllvor, Bronte, Copper. Only to Cents.
A COOK BOOK
FREE
By mall to any lady sending us
her post offloe address.
(Wells, Richardson Sc Qo., HmtroiJ
0. LOYE,
Slot aad Shoe Hate
Uc]inIrli--4 Ncntly  Done.   Cork Hole
Work a Spcolnlty.
SUVOrdora promptly atlcuded to.
Clnrkiioii St., In ronr nf ('nloiiijil Hotel, noxt to Rand Bros,» office, dnolto
British Columbia
The Annual ExUibllirm of llie
Will lis Hold ot Uw NEW KXII1UI-
TION BCILMNCI,
Queen's Park
In tho Oily ol
NEW WESTMINSTEB,
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
and FRIDAY,
OCTOBER 2ND, 3RD &4TH, '89.
•Jr-TO-TJOB.
AM. I-13R80NS ARK WAHNKD THAT
K,\iiuHi,t'iM*i':K Iiiih no right or III lo
to any portion of
LOT   r.'*fi,   t,-KOI'l»   I,
Now Westminster District, nml uny sales
purporting to bo made by him of any portion of tbo said Lot, will bo void
Vnr Donald a. smith,
*-0r   R.U.ANOU8,
J. M. BROWNING,
Commissioner.
Vancouver, July 25,1880. djly'ilml
CITY BREWERY!
-A.1-© r^-ie!
Tho Very Best ln tho Cily Is Brewed hy
JOHN W, ANDRZEJEWSKI
At lho City Brewery, Agnes Slrool.
Orders left nf. Dickinson's ButoherSliop
shall have prompt attention, aivousn
triul and Judge for yourselves.
, New West,, July 18,1888. djlyistc
BRACKMAN&KER,
MjlKUPAt'TUKBIU-  OK
OATMEAL
By tho Latest Improved Process.
If-F ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
■mis iii v„riii sanui-li,
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
LEAVK 011DHI1S  AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WIIABF.
 djgygflto	
J. W. WINGER
DEALER. I.**
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notice nml at Uens-on*
ablo Terms,
SAN JUAN LIME
Always lu t-'loch.
Orders loft at the C, P. N. Wtmrf will be
prom pi ly delivered. dmhUtltc
1.
tt3tt)
-_X__\.__t.__lT&0-_T B_-___2_TGrB
-derated "W"ater
(Direct from tho Springs.)
Tho ubove will bc delivered in New
Wesl mint-tor twice a week. Leave orders
with P.C, MrOAHTNEV,
Commission Agent,
DmiRius Hi.. New Westminstor.   dJlySto
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE PACT THAT
Temple of Music I
Is the Place to BnyFlrsOClass
PIAMS«? ORGANS
Al  tu-h Pikes and Terms as will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
Vancouver, 15. C.
250 Hastings St. WeBt. dnplOtc
Auction Sale!
IHAVli) RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
and will sell by Publio Auction, nt the
Colonial Hotel, on SATDRDAY, August
'tint, l«8!». at 7.80 o'cloclt p. in., the following valmible pmpeity. viz.:
Heetlon '25 {cnntninliig ICO nerra, more or
lorn,), Block 5 North, Rtrlljre Two West,
Township No. 88, Range Wist of Coast
Meridian, New Westminstor District;
nbout 3% miles from Brownsville, on Yale
road; ly milt's from Eraser Itiver; Im-
p ro vein e n (s-7 iicrt'.s floured; nil und'T
fence. House, Iltirn Woortsliedj S**ond
wells Urst-cliisii water. A yainiKOrclmrd,
aonslatlngofHOvnrlotlcsoffniittrees/rnm
8 to I yoars old. Tonus cash.
A.'M. NELSON,
tljyssta Auctioneer.
(Removed from 8aahioii to Viotoria!
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c, Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G, A. McTAVISH.
dinhti'lnill VICTORIA, B. C.
BUSINESS NOTICE
T HAVE THIS DAY TAKEN INTO
| piiitnershlp E. W. McInnii*S and In
future tlm businesa will lie conducted under the namo and stylo of A. A R W.
MolNSIBS, A. MclNNIES.
WE WISH TO NOTIFY THE PUBLIC
that we have re*opeiied In the NEW
STORE, cornert'-dHiuhlu A llniitflii'. hm,,
witli a full and select lino of
Groceries & Provisions
Solii'lUii'- n I'ontlnuanct'of lhe public
patronage,      A. & 13, W. MclNNIES.
Now Wesl., August 0,1880. dautlyl
$7000-$7000
XX FRIZBB
For  Exhibition   and   Sports,
In connection with this Exhibition will
ho tho opening of Queen's Park and an
extensive programme of SPORTS and
GAMES, FROCESSIONH, EIRE-WORKS,
Ae,, under direction of the Citizens' Committee.
All entries for the Exliihttlon-mustbQ
made with the Secretary before noon on
TUESDAY, October Inf.
All fetnok and otber exhibits from sonlh
of tho river will be carried ncroas'tm tbo
steam ferry, free Ov ciUnaii, uhtl driiys
will bo found at rallwny stations nnd
wharves to convoy exhibits, rnici-, to the
Grounds.
Special Hfdncetl Utiles will ho given ou
nil railways and steamer** to porsons nnd
exhibits coming to the Exhibition.
As It Is expected tbe nttendancent this
Exhibition will be very large, tho DIreo*
tors hope to soo an exhibition worthy of
the resources of the province.
Furtberinformution maybo had from
the prisse lists [which will bo sent (too on
application], or from tbo secretary,
T. R. PEARSON,
SECRETARY.
New Wkstminstkb, Aug. 23,188a
dwuulMml
GEAND
New Westminster, B. C.
M-; Mie'iil Agricultural Sxhibitioo,
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
and FRIDAY,
OOT. 2nd. 3rd and 4th, '89
330-332 COltllOYA HTI1KKT,
VANCOUVER, IM!.
Imporlors and Dealers in
MACHINERY
OV ALL UUSORITIOMS,
MARINE W0RK~A SPECIALTY.
Canadian Paoific Railway,
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
jTVWNEWS ANIl MAWTEIW OF VES-
\J selt-nnd oilier Croft imvlimllng lho
Fmser River lire citullo.iv'tl l->hi:i;n wlthlu
tin' ISnoys pnliilid H,,l it!,.I White, re*
apectlvely, at the Mlst-lim lli-ldire.iistlur*
Ingllioeonstrnntlbn ol the Rrldse. nifvl-
giillon helweon tho tmuks of the Rlvor
nnd ihfe Buoys is dangerous;owing io plies
being driven thoro.
II. ABBOIT,
General Superintendent
Vanoouvor, B. C, 7th May, IfiSfl.  dmyfilo
^Plants for Sale!
ORDERS TAKEN FOU FRUIT AND
ORNAMENTAL TREES, Including
nil the leading varieties of
Apples, Pearg, Plums, Cherries,
811.11.11-miTS of every doscrlpt ton.
Kiini-tii-iN. irrealhs and Crosnen made
to order,
ndwnpsy] P. LATHAM.
SBITIS "srb*o^B
Land Keiiflstpy Ordlnmico, into
The S. jj, I of Hcction la nml the NT. 13.
i ot Section 7, Township 8, Now Westminster District, ami part (1 acre) of
Lot No. 0, Block XII, Now Westmin
Bter •Suburbs.
WHEHEAS THEOEBTtEIOATEB OF
Tltlo of Ch.vui.ks McDonough to
the nbove inontliiucd herlditnniontfi have
beeu lost or destroyed, anil vhereas Application tins boen made to mo for the Usu-
ttncu of tluplicnto of t'erlltli'iitcH of Tltlo In
the stend of those bo lost or destroyed;
Notice Is hciehy given thnt such dupll*
catoCcrllilciitOH will boKsued nt tho ex-
plnitlonofoiie month from date- unless.
in the meantime valid ohjeotlon to tho
contrary bo made to mo in writing.
T. O. TOWNLEY,
Dlstrlot Registrar,
Ijitnd Registry Otllce,
New Westminster, Siith August, 18S9.
daul'-iml
HOTIOB.
NOTICE lft HEREBY GIVEN THAT
wo have applied to lho Hon. Minister
of the Interior for llooflno to cut timber
ou tbe following IiiihIh:
Commenelng nt tho north-oast coruor of
Lot 88(1, Group 1, Now Westminster District; (honeo dun norlh to tho sonth llneof
the Moodyvllle Company's limit} thonco
east iiloim tho sotitn boundary o( said
I lm Its to tho westerly boundary of Sect lon
13, Township Mj thence smith ntnngtlie
said westerly hnumtiiry to the south-west
corner of Section III; thence enst iilong the
south boundary of snld Heetlon to the
westerly bank of the Corpittlnni river:
thenco southerly and following thn snid
westerly ban It tollienorihorly boundary
nf Lot 'IS"), Group 1; Ibenee westerly along
lho said northerly tuiniulnry to tho northwest corner ot snld lot; tin-net* duo west to
Hie cnitnrly liouniliiry of I,ot 38:1; thenoo
nnith ulinit; Mild lioundnrv lo place of
bc-ilnulii)-; containing In nil -120 nei-ot*.
AlBo—ulnlm No. a, comtnonolng ftt. the
nortli-wesl,cdi-ner ot Stave Luite; Ihenoe
West 80 chnlns j tlieneo south Ml clmlns;
thenco t-a-tt-IDcIiiiIiih, to the simroof lho
lako; Ihcnen following the shore lo plnco
ofeoininoneemeiit.-about. IW acres, more
or lens,
ROYAI, OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
'Limited!.
John HKNimr, Mnnngcr.
uster, Auir. SI, 1880.
danSOml I
$7,000
IN PRIZES!
FOR SPORTS AKD EXHIBITION.
SI'ORTH TO CONSIST OK
Horse Itiidns, Ynclit Rnnlng,
Bout nnd Canoe Rnclng,
Athletic Sports,
Lacrosse, Base-ball, Foot-ball,
Hose Reel Contest, and
Rifle Matches.
IJNIIIIH Till: AlISl'IOBB ov TIIR
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
Mi Bib Dealer!
Boots and Shoe
AND WHERE TO OET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LAMEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH C1L0MBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses * Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
\W REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Siiocs, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to sec the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
"wto SI   Col-u.-aa.-bIa Btreet.    .
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster, Brit.
Col,
J*2T Highest Vrico paid for Furs nnil
Door Hull's.
Correspondence Invited.   OS-Telephone
Cnll No.«. u-jnSlo
DOUGLAS STREET
Foot ot* DouoijAH Stiikbt, Neak
Colombia Street,
J. F&RCll'SOX, I-iEOI'KIETOR
FKF.SH   BREAD,   CAKES',   PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc,
Hotel and Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders   proinntl;
delivered to nhyimrtoi
attended to and
tho eity,  clnih28y
Davidson Bros.
VANCOUVER,
To Have Them Put in Good
Repair.
CALL AND BEE OUB STOCK WHILE
IN THE CITY.
DAVIDSON   BROS.,
Cordova St., Vancouver,
 dllyMlo	
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Jer.i'l- Opporiltit the Cnloslnl Hotel,
T
GRAND TRUES AND SOCIETIES
PROCESSION
—ON—
Wednesday Morning, Oct. 2nd.
Hoprori'-i-llTiK the (•rent Industrlcx
of our Couutry.
Grand Ball!
—ON—
Wednesday Evening, Oct. 2nd.
OEMiRltATlON Tl) KNI) WITH
IMMKNMH
Torchlight Procession!
ON KIVASER RIVEll, AND CIIUN1)
DISPLAY OF
FIRE-WORKS
On I'rlilA*' Kvenliin, Met. Jill.
Excursion Rates from all points.
MPPorMIl Info, imition nnd l'rlsu I.l«l»
sousniiill bills.
\V. E TOWNSEND,
Mnyor.
I. S. 0. I'll askii, Treasurer,
_.,     8. T. MACKINTOSH,
auaSId BnraMry,
KEW WESTMINSTER
HE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of till rl.-siniuticmi ol
MEATS km i"E8ET/\BLK
•: t;ii:>tantiy un hiiinl, at;il uuppltinl to l<'.i;u-
\i■_, ttcBtaurauta, mul ytciinlmntii at lho
LOWEST POtiSIIiLK  PKIOES
B. C. Monnfflnial Worfat
Cor. Columbia and Churoh Sts.
New Westminster, Bnt. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or Omnilo of Best duality.
OORNEtt     POSTS    AND    CURBING.
N. E.—.inst received—tlie finest assortment of Si-nirh '.rui-llY ti.iiiiniHiiii. ever
ahe.. ii British Columbia, whioh will be
sold nt nrlces'nuUliigcorauoMUohoulof
thu question.
dwmh2iyl ALEX. HAMILTON PRO?.
tTme^oard;
0_   3E»-   3W.  OO.
The Flue FlntrOlasH
Str. William Irving
Will Leave the O. P. N. Co.'b Wharf,
•aivHia-x-
Tuesday,Thursdays Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHIUIWHACK WD WHY PORTS.
Returning Ever*
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When BUfhcient Inducement offers she
will proceed to HOPE ami on auch
occasions will leavo her whnrf
ntln, m.
Connect Ing with the C. P. N. Co.'s Steamer
for Victoria.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T. L. BRIGGS, Agent',
Now Westminster, ilnr-Stc
C. McDONOUC
(LUNDBOM
GENERAL Mt
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
*DEJLXj*n*Sa   X3T
Const.intly on Hnml nn Extensive 'Stock o
Dry Ooods, Groceries,  ISoots A Shoes, lints * -Daps,
Crockery, Glassware, -Ac.
aKBVB     *£s     BO-ffS'      S*S XF X -JK SS -
Great Variety of Househoicl ArUclea.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME und   GENERAL STORES.
N. Bt—Farm Produce bought at market ratru or sold on commission.   ■»■-■■ ■"inkr-*
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. dwjcStc
CASTOR
for Infants and Children.
"Ow**-ri.lsMwd^pMto-UUr--*tb-' I OMtarU eartt Colte. Ooutlr>tlen.
It-MOQunenditMni-MiortourDNKrlDtlOB I *oar Stomach, IMarrhCEa, £r ttall'in.
trntnttnte"     iZV^TlK       \ IlU,JeSSr' 'lwm *'oop' "l V""caM "
WBftO*l-|di-.,Br«lkl)7j,N.T.   I WIlEoa,Inju-iousmsdlcaUcc
Tn Cwn-jca OoMPJU-r, TfMun-ay Streot, N. V.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
LaniilnvesimeniAgenoy
(Lnrxn-D I
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY 8. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
.h
Time Table.
-****-*-§*, THE STEAMER
mmwm dunsmuir
LEAVES WESTMINSTER every Mon*
dny morning at 7 o'clock for Nannlmo, via vanoouvor, returning Tuesday,
via Vnneouver.
Leaves Westminster every Wednesday
at 7 n. m. for Nanaimo direct, connecting
with Island railway and Comox steamer.
Leaves Nnnaimo for Vancouver on
Thursday--nml I-'ridnyuaiul n-luruf--mme
days.
Leaves Nanaimo ou Saturday at 7 ti.m.
for Westminster direct,
For freight or passage apply ou board,
ortoT. L. 111111.0*-, O, p, n, whnrf.     dte
Mm of Removal
M. A. KoBAE,
MERCHANT TAILOR
I iocs  tl
nnnotiueo thut lie tuts
elnoved to store in
Farmers, Attention I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAB
FOR SALE
—AT—
Chilliwack, B. C.
311'ai-iii Wii-rons.
18 Huck Itimnls.
1 Spnn well unitelicil 4*yeiir old
Black Horses.
3 Single Driving Horses,
0 Cows nnd Calves.
10 Hend Steers.
1 Trotting Wagon.
MT A Full Lino ol Cooking Stoves,
Heating Stoves, Tinware, Hartlwaro,
Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, Crook-
cry tc Stoneware, Clothing, Hats k Caps,
Drugs, Farm Implements, House Furnishings, Furniture, and the Largest Lino
of Boot, and Shoos abovo Westminstor
and tbe most Completo Stook of General
Merchandise.
COMF.   AND   EXAMINE  AND BK
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS,
JjlOdAwto
ARMSTEOl'S new BLOOK
Oppoalte Masonic Building*
COLUMBIA  STREET.
SOLICITING  A CONTINUANCE OF
PUBLIC PATRONAGE.
dwinhttto
HEAD OFFICE.
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, ENG.
The Business ol ALLSOP Jt MASON has
been merged ln the above company nnd
will bo carried on by the Company from
this date as a general Laud Investment
nnd Insurance Agency.
HONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low
Rates. Town Lots and Farming Lnnds
for Sale on easy terms.
Victoria, B.O., May Uth, 1887. dwJIyS
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
A WEU-SEIECTED STOCK OF
DRY GOODS
AND FURNISHINGS,
AT THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
LUNDBOHM'S BLOCK,
t'olnmliln Street,       Sow Westminster.
noldwly
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOB SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
Fl
Rice Meal,
FOB POULTRY, ic
FOB OATTLE FEED.
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed g Sale Stables
THE SDBSCB1BF.BS ARE NOW Pltl!-
PABEDTOTURNOUT
DUUBLE AND SIN8LE RIGS
At Special Low Ratei-.
Dnjisf* ud AU Sit of king
Done at Sliorte«t Notico.
Dry Coi-dwiwd delivered to any part of
the City.
Orders hy Telephone will receive prompt
atlentlon.
•TrW-Stablcd nearly opposite C.P.R. Depot, Columbia St., NewWestminster,
djaiitc      QILLEY BROS. n«*r*
RoseHillDairyFarm
FRESH RJSLK
Delivered Daily to Custom rs In all parti*
of tho City.
Hotels and Restaurants sui'pltoil nt Special Rates by the year.
FRESH E-3G8
Delivered nt Market Rates.
Ordors left at M. sinoi air's will be
promptly attended to.
WBATBR * WOOOtVAJlD,
dJolSyl Proprietors,
-TECBJ-
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sto.
STEWMTIO.lSIIJ'lifiilEMS
J. J. WILSON, - MAilACER.
Rates, $1.00 and $l.i 0 por Day,
ACConDINCl TO EOOM.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OR MONTH.
ear Parties supplied wltli nil kluds of
ICE-CREAM. dmy'mO
Uorth Britisli k iBreantile
FIE3
© U ll1
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED I6C0.
Capital,   •  $to,coo,ooo.oo
Sllliserilted Ciipltftll. «s ill 81st Dei'., 1888,
-l3.3'"'.O03.   Flro Fluid ii!'<i Ii.'-iTve, Sll,-
212,7^(1,   Net JVemliiins, 1388, ?5,WII,"
OF   LONDON.
Capital,
$1), 183,000.00
RATES   AS    LOW   AS   ANY   OTHER
COMPANIF.H IIOINO   IIHSINESS
IN BRITISH C01.VMB1A.
t. Or. T^crrss
Agent for Now WcsVriinstor City
and District. dje22tc
To Sai Fwso, Cal,
Feed5LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street. Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
PBOPBIHIOB.
riOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
VJ for Hire, Hacks eut) at nil Steamers
and Trains. Special attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may bo lett at the Offloe ol Mathers A Mllllpn, Commission Merchants,
Front Strw',N«w Watt. do'lto
BT WAT OF 'J'HE
Et
X.XH-XI.
THE HT. SHASTA ROUTE.
O.UIOKERIN TIME THA:^ ANY OTHER
ROUTE BETWEEN
CMND BGEHIO ROUTE OF TNE PACIFIO COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation ol Seoond-t loss Passengers, attnehed to Express Trains.
Fan from Portland to Snoramento and
Sou Franelsco-Unllmlted, *S>; Flrst-
olass (Limited), W, Sceond-olass (Limited), 116.
THROUGH TICKETS to nil points Soutli
and East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES:
City Officii, No. 181 Got. Fint A Ald.r
Streets;
Dei'ot office, Cor. F & Front fctrcoli;
Portland, Oregon.
It, KOEHLER,       E. P. ffiOOEBS,
Manager.      AisUO. R A t.A'it gailB British *32ikmffijm
Weilnesdar Gemini, Aaj-u». '-iH, 1889.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS IHISDAY.
Night belt from date; alao telephone
night call.—D. S. Odiitis ift Co.    *I3
The Gladys left for Chilliwack tliis
morning with  30 ton3 of freight imd
25 passengers,
Walker & Co. havo Sapperton Lota
near Now Hospital and Rons-Mac*
larcn Mills at old prices. *
Tlio str. Rainbow left for Victoria
this morning with 18 passengers anil a
full load of farm produce.
A i-ommunication from A. M. Herring was crowded out of this issuo,
but wii! appear to-morrow.
Como and seo our now fall stock of
Coots and Shoes that have just como
to hand.   Grant & Maclure.      *tc
The celebration committees meet to-
nigh*; in the eity hall. Every member
is expected to attend this meeting.
The -steamer Dunsmuir left for Vancouver and Nanaimo to-day with 20
passengers and a full lond of farm produce.
Tho divisional telee-raph oflico will
be removed to Vancouver on Sunday
next, and tho staff aro under orders to
report thero for duty on Sunday morning.
The Canadian Paciiic Railway Company's earnings for the week ending
August 14th are $312,000; same wook
last year, §209,000. The above does
not include earnings ou tho Southeastern.
The tug Activo of the Royal City
Planing Mills Co., left Victoria this
morning at 5 o'clock for Westminstsr
with tho barquo C. C. Funk in tow.
The Funk will load lumber nt tho
Royal City Plaiiin? Mills for Australia.
The catch of spring salmon last
night though large was not very profitable, us 70 per cent, of tho huh were
white. All tho red tish caught aro
nhipped to Montreal, but it is meat
difficult to di&poso of the white salmon
The Ferndftlo property owners have
■■Herod tho Bennett Railroad Company
it bonus of 82,000 and 120 ncres of land
to touch at that town on the way to
New Westminster. Lyndon will nlso
offer a bonus even larger. No answor
has been given by Mr. Bennett.   *
The Royal City Planing Mills Co.,
oi this city, is sending a fino exhibit of
cedar and maplo panels, doors and
carved posts to tho Toronto exhibition. The grain nnd quality of our
British Columbia timber is certain to
he a revelation to most easterners.
Between road making, land clearing
and house buildini', thnt portion of the
city near nnd on Queen's park presents
a very busy appearance. Of all portions of the city this quarter has mado
the most substantial and noticeable
pngresH during the past nix months.
The Victoria-West minster lacrosso
mutch on Saturday next is exciting
--rent interest among tlio members of
the different clubs. Victoria has a
strong team and Westminster also can
put a number of good men ou the field,
so it is certain tliu coming match will
.  be hotly contested,
A private letter received in Viotoria
con tn ins the information of tho death
a few days up*o at Helena, Montana, of
the popular young actor, Holmes
Grover, jr., who was woll known hero
and on tho coaat generally. Tlio cause
of death was suffocation, but tho detail.* were nut uiven.
The first exhibition uuder tho auspices of tho Inland Agricultural Association of B. C, will be hold at Ashcroft ou the 10th of October noxt,
The prizo list nnd programme will soon
be rendy for distribution, and wo learn
that over 8000 hundred dollar** will bo
distributed in prizes,
About twenty immense northern
canoes, p-iaked with West'Coast, Fort
Rupert und Fort Simpson Indians and
thoir goods, loft for the north to-day.
The occupants of soveral of tho canoes
wero flotboadfl, a r.ico.of Indians that
are becoming scarcer evory year.
Some of the canoes were vory largo
and would easily accomadato 30 or 40
men.
The funeral uf the late Mrs. Fletcher, at Victoria, wns larcoly attended
on Monday morning. Many friendi
asBBinblod at the lathedrnl, where
Fathers Van Novel and Mandnrt conducted tho religious services. The
pallbearers were t- Lioui-Col. Wolt-
oudeu, J. Roland Flutt, Wm, Dorman,
Charles Limljard.F.S, Barnard, M.P.,
and Lieut. Gaudet,
The Mail says: Britisli Columbia
will lwvp a strong Bhooting toam at
Ottawa this year. Henry nud John
Chamberlain, formerly of the 43rd
rifloB of this city, nnd A. F. Cotton,
formerly of the G. G. F, G., have won
places in the first five in the B. C.
R. A. grand aggregate, thus being entitled to como on the provincial team
to the D. R. A. meeting; so has
another former Ontario marksman,
this being Proud, late of the 37th.
Tho World regrets to learn that ex-
Mayor James Fell,   of Viotoria, is
dangerously ill.   It \e earnestly to be
hoped that death will spare   so Binning a mark.    Mr. Fell is  essentially
an upright gentleman.   Ho has peculiarities, it is true, and  his Btrong
belief in;   Spiritualism    has   rather
changed the current of his lifo, but he
hot always been a kind friend, a good
neighbor and  a  progressive  citizen.
Should he unhappily pasa away from
earth, Victoria would mourn her big*
hearted ox-mayor and  tlio  people a
truljr honest man,—World.
Children Cry'tor Pitcher'** Castoria
Capt. Benson, of the American seal*
ing uchuoiier James G. Swan, which
returned to Putt Townsend last week
from Behring's sea, reports that Hall
& Goopol's sealing schooner Juanita
was captured on July Slst, with GOO
skins, and sent to Sitka. Capt, Benson was told by tho oflicers of tho revenue cutter thut thero wero between
forty and fifty sualiog vessels in Behring
sea, and that tho Rush could not afford to place a prizo crew aboard euch
vessel.
Arrangements fur lhe lacrosse match
at Kamloops on the 10th of September
during the celebration of the C. P. R.
picnic, havo boen about completed,
The only question now to bo settled is
which team will on this occasion play
the Vancouvora—tho Victorias or the
Now Westminsters, Tlio Victorias, or
rather one or two members who seem
to spunk for that club, are to all appearances afraid tu accept tho challenge sent to them. If thu Victoria
doos not, tho Now Westminster team
will accept, and it is probable that in
that caso the gamo will bo a better one
than if the Victoria team was playing,
as it is now generally admitted that
the team uf tho royal city is a Bupor-
lor mm in evory respect to that of the
capital. This point of superiority will
be settled next Saturday when tho two
lu.uiiH play tit New Westminster.—
News,     	
Tiic Salnum I'xhlM'.
It is understood tlio salmon packers
of tho JjViisoi' river nre making up au
exhibit for the Toronto industrial exposition, wliich will bo in ovory way
worthy of tlio greatest industry of tho
province. AU tho principal packing
establishments will be represented,
and the whole exhibit will present a
pyramid 30 feet high, which, without doubt, will prove one of the most
interesting features in the whole exhibition. The exhibit as an advertisement will prove of great valuo to the
exhibitors,
Ore Assays.
The following aro tho rosultB of assays made by Dr. Bredemeyer, of
specimens of uro from a ledgo in tho
McMurdj district; Load, Go to 80 per
cent, per ton; silver, 73 to 83 oz. por
ton; gold, £3 to SO per ton. This
gives an average over an nren of throo
miles of tho ledge. Another ledgu in
the same distriot gives a showing as
follows: Copper, 19i per cent, per
ton; silver, 45 to 57 oz. per ton; gold,
833 to S00 .per ton. All along tho
Columbia river valley, tbe doctor says,
there are indications of coal.
Tlie North Arm Bridges.
Mr. D, McGillivray, the contractor
for tho pier work on the Nortii Arm
bridges, was in tho city to-day, and reports that the piling und pier wurk
portions of the contract aro finished.
The Man Francisco Bridge Company
is now eugaged in constructing tho
iron portion of the bridge, and excellent progress is being mado. From
present indications it is likely the remainder uf tho work will be rapidly
accomplished, and tho bridges will be
open to the public at an earlier date
than   was thought  possible a month
Cape Flattery Fisheries,
The recent report of tho fish com
mission steamer Albatross says: Largo
numbers of halibut and rock cod wero
found off Cape Flattery, and when the
trawl was sot in water from 4,753 to
4,700 fathoms deep many unrecognized
specimens of tish wore taken. Besides
flounders, deep sea sole, Norway haddock, Macrusus and hog fish, sea
shrimp.*, sea urchins, holothurioids,
pphiurians, star fish, sou aue-nones,
prinbids, penapures and hermit crabs
were also pulled up. Black cod was
caught at 350 fathoms, tho greatest
deptli in which thoy have been found.
A fine Randy bottom was indicated.
Judicious Advertising.
If the Westminster celebration is
not well ntteuded, it will not be for
want of proper advertising. Mr. Mackintosh, the wide-awake secretary, today mailed copies of the poster to
every city of importance in Washington and Oregon, to overy station on
tho C. P. R. between this city and
Winnipeg, and to Montreal, Loudon,
Hamilton ond Toronto. If nothing
else result*- from these posters, they
are certain to prove a splendid advertising schemo for thu city, and it is
bound to place the name of Westminster prominently beforo half of the
continent as a go-ahead, enterprising
and liberal community.
UlKloented His Shuulilcr.
Last night Capt. Grant, of tlio str.
K de K, whilo proceeding up Clinton
street on his way homo, in the darkness stumbled against a piece of timber, lying at tho sido of tho road, and
fell heavily, dislocating his left bIiouI-
dcr. Although suffering intense pain,
Capt. Grant continued his way home
ami did not call in medical assistance
till tin's morning, when he found tho
H'-dilent much more serious than ho nt
lirst supposed. Dr. Fagan and Dr.
1. M. McLean wen summonud, and
the dislocation was successfully reduced. The accident will prevent
Capt. Grant from returning to duty fur
a couple of weeks, at least, and possibly longer.
 *.-*»-—•	
The Chickens Becovered.
It is generally supposed that tho
Chineae do all tho chicken stealing,
but this is a mistake. A cooplo of
weeks ago ono of our well known citizons lost fivo chickens, and a few
daya later nine more disappeared, which
were all he had. Yesterday ho happened to pass a certain yard and saw
somo chickens that looked like the lost
ones. Ho enquired who thoy belonged to and the person v, .thin - replied that they were her's. "That's
what I want to know," replied the
questioner, "for If thoy are not yours
troublo will follow." Upon this the
woman opened the gate and drovo tho
chickens nut, admitting thoy did not
bolont* to her.
PERSONAL.
John McLennan, of Vanoouvor,
gavo us a call this morning.
John E, Insley, of the Leland house,
Vancouvor, was in town to*day.
Goo, Peroival, representing Greene
& Co., of Montreal, was iu the city today.
Rov, Dr. Duval, of Winnipeg, is In
the oity, and a guest of Rev. Mr.
Scouler. Dr. Duval will address tho
meeting Thursday (to-morrow) night
ia St. Androw's ohuroh,
g-4-jgg ftRI-pBIg QOMTMtiUlfr KBW WpTMlKflTER, B. 0., ATOUS*! 88, 1881.
The Vacant I'oil.
Tho Vancouver World knuckles
down to tho following: "It is semi-
officidly announced that lho office of
supt. of provincial police ia to bu abolished, aud ti considerable saving thereby effected by tlio province. Such an
official so far as the mainland is concerned, was more ornamental than uso*
ful, und wo commend the action of tho
government in cutting off thia unnecessary appendage to ita apron strings."
Perhaps tho World, will riso and oxplain iu what way tho oflice of superintendent of provincial polico is moro
ornamental than useful on the mainland, and why, if it is useless ou the
mainland, but useful on tho island and
northern cutist, it should bo abolished
altogether. Everyone will acknowledge that tho Into chief of provincial
police fulfilled his duties very imperfectly, but nt tho samo timo
there is uy reason to suppose his successor would not do much better
The idea of tho government abolishing
the oilice in question is ill-advised,
und it would, wo believe, be an injudicious step. With a long strotoh of
coast populated by the very worst class
of Indians, and with only a fow constables scattered ovor many hundreds
of miles, and those to bo left tu manage
difficult and daiigorous cases without
assistance aud udvico from an experienced head, would simply result in
giving tho natives full swim* to do as
thoy please. The ''usoless appendage," as tho World calls tho superintendent of provincial police, is really
ono of tho most impottant officers in
the provinco, and those who best understand the situation consider that
tho abolishment of this uilice would be
a dnngcroUB and impolitic move.
The t'auipbcll Iuqur-if,
Mr. Coroner Ferris returned from
SumaB last evening, whero ho was summoned to hold an inquest on tho body
of tho lato Wm. Campbell, J.P., who
was accidentally lolled by a fall from
tho back of a mule. Mr. Ferris reports
having met with a very rough experience. He employed nn Indian to paddle him across Sumas Lake. It was
neurly dusk when they leit the shoro,
and iu a short timo nothing wna to be
observed but tho darkness itself. The
Indian, however, continued paddling
most steadily till 10 o'clock, when ho
announced that he was lost and had no
idea ua to hia whereabouts. The night
waa most unpleasant, but there was
nothing bettor to do than to land and
wait for morning. Thia waa doue, and
with tho aid of a large firo the weary
hours woro spent in semi-comfort.
About 4 o'clock in the morning a couple of farmers were attracted to tho
spot by the firo, and thoy undertook
to pilot Mr. Ferris to his destination.
In ordor to reach the house Mr. Ferris
was obliged to wade a slough and in
so doing was waa wetted to tho skin.
In thia condition ho was forced to remain for two hours.
On arriving at thu residenco oi tlio
deceased, Mr, Ferris sworo iu a jury
and the inquest was opened. Dr,
Henderson- uf Chilliwack, made the
post uiortcn examination, and pronounced that the neck of the deceased
had been dislocated, presumably by a
fail. Much evidence was taken, atthe
conclusion or which the jury brought in
a verdict to the effect that tho deceased
camo to his death by falling from tho
back of his mule; th,> result of an accident. The funeral of the late Wm.
Campbell took place un Monday, and
was very largely attended.
Police Court.
Before T. C. Atkinson, P. M.
Wm. Saunders, a hnlf-broed, -was
oharged with supplying liquor to an Indian named Georgo. Constable Billy,
of tho Indian police, had tho honor of
making Saunders a prisoner, und also
had the pleasure of pocketing 825 for
hiB share of tho work in bringing the
wrong doer to justice. Saunders denied the charge laid against him, but
the evidence was sufficiently strong to
justify his honor in imposing a fine of
§60 and Si coatB.   Tho fine was  paid.
Jim, a Langley Indian, with a smile
on hia face as fresh aud pretty as the
flowers in May, and a twist in his
noso thut gave him a striking resemblance to a circus clown, admitted that
he had beon drunk. Fined $5 and advised tu leave forthwith for Langley,
which he faithfully promised to do.
Harry, a Fort Douglas Indian, managed to get left behind when the rest
of his tribo returned homo, and taking
a fit of tho "blues" in consequence had
rosrji'tod to the flowing bowl to recover
his spirits. When arrested by Constable Dominy, Harry was making the
welkin ring with his barbaric Bongs of
deeds he intended to accomplish when
a sufficient load of firewater had been
taken aboard. But his good intentions
woto knocked on the head by tho constable, who placed him in the lockup.
Harry was fined in all g30, wliich ho
paid without u murmur.
CORRESPONDENCE.
The Manager of the tins Company Ex.
plains.
Editor C'or,i'.iiJUjVN—Sm, Permit mo
kindly, through your columns, to reply
to au cditoral which appeared in your
columus yesterday evening. I regret to
say that tlio report of the chief of police
to the counoil stating the lumps were extinguished Sunday morning at 1 o'clock
is correct, this timo.
The filling in and grading of the streets
carried on by tho respective contractors
in tho city, for the council, proves to be
a great loss and inconvenience to the gtu-
company, inasmuch ns tho mains are ur t.
covered and damaged in various wa* >--,
In one street especially, that portio'.-of
it that had been filled in with earth subsided, and consequently breaking tr i0 -.-u,
main off, caused a heavy loss, the a- mount
of which it Is not necessary to sta' „e.
Circumstances arising from t> ,e 8ame
compelled ine, in the interest o'i othor institutions, to resort to the w ten of ex*
tinguishing the public light* at an hour
whon tho traffio and busines 3 0f tho eity
would bc "resting in sweat repose."
No blame of courso Is attached to any*
one or anybody, for the l.oss so sustained
and the inoonvenienco V * the city, it being what is generally V .rmed, "a death
from natural causes," The circumstances
attending the disaster wore purely acoi*
dental, and I think tho council will do
woll to consider thi?. point, ns it fs neither
neglect, wilfulness!ior "mismanagement''
on my part or on t'.iat of my men, much
less the company. This lattor point I
wonld lay particular stress upon, as it
has rather the ajfipcarance of a slur upon
tho management—Yours &c
D. Mobhib,
Manager Gaa Co.
The Hallway Petition.
Editor Columwan. — That humble
potition from a most respectable minority
of the rato and taxpayers of tho royal
oity is a rare dooument,   Thore are some
very conservative ideas in it, Ono would
Imagine that the petitioners are very well
satisfied with their environment: they
don't seem nt all anxious for fresh developments; they remind mo very much
of a man who spent the best part of hiB
early days hunting up a government billet, and when at last ho succeeded ho
folded Ina arms mid exclaimed, "That
tho world might wag for all he cared, his
bread and butter was sure, whether
achoolkeptor not."
The moss-backs nro not all doad yet.
I met a man the other day, and iu talking about this Southern Railway question he said "ha would not give a. cent
to get tho Southern Hail way; if tho people of Westminster would wait a while
they would have two or throo railways
without paying any bonuses, and as for
a bridge and ferry to connect the city
with the farming districts, the city could
get along very well without the farmers."
This very individual has been lucky
onough to sell off his long kopt real estato
through the boom which the Southern
Railway agitation created, and having
accomplished hia heart's desiro through
the means of tho Southern Railway
boom, ho now talks in that way. Selfish-
ness is no name for it.
It is all very well for thoso who have
used the "muck-rake" to advantage to
fold their arms in selfish inaction, but
tho "new chums" who havo come
amongst us old sluggish pioneers will not
he satisfied to eke out a miserable ox*
Istencc amongst a fow old tight-fists,
Thoy will cither loavo us, all alone in our
musty glory, or they will brush us out of
tho way liko so many cobwebs, nnd the
placo that knows us know, will soon
know us uo more.
There is such a thing as beiug penny-
wise and pound-foolish, A freo ferry connecting New Westminstor with tho garden Bpot of B. C. would he woll worth
$150,000, and had I the indisputable authority, I would bridgo the Fraser opposite the old royal city and let tho railways go to Jericho.
CONFIRMED.
The favorablo impression produced on
tho first appearance of tho agreeable
liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs, a few
years ago, has been more than confirmed
by tho pleasant experience of all who
have used it, and the success of the proprietors and manufacturers, the CaL Fig j
Syrup Company.
 •—*»-«—; .—
Boarding houso keeper aud Section .
Foreman Oatrander,  of Parrywood, I
Man., sent his  wifo  to  Rat Portago ;
last week  to  pay somo accounts and t
gavo  hor  $300.   Sho took tho train [
for Vancouver, und Ostrander and tho
merchants wero left in tho cold.   It is
Baid sho left  with tho foreman of the
gang under Ostrander.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at tho Columbia*** oflico. Prices will be.
found as low as at nnv other offioo ins
the province ~-Adv,
BAPTIST OHUROH, Agnes Htreoi,
East of Mary Street. Lord's Day
Services at 11 n. m, nnd 7 p. m. Bubliatn
School iindRible Class nt 2:30 p. in. AIL
seats free; strangers cordially welcmned,
—Rev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary
Street. Rev. J. H. White, Pastor-.
Services at II a.m. and7p.m. Sunday
School and Bible Glass 2:80 p. m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at V.'SO'i.m. Keats
free; swingers cordially invited.
QT. PAUL'S Cill'ticII, John Street,
\j Opposite Orange Hall, Rev. Thomas
llnddon, pastor. Services evory Sundny
at 11 n. m. nnd 7 p. in, Thursday ovonlna**
at 7:30 o'clock. ScnlH free; nil aro cordl-
ally invited. Sunday School atgtgjj p. m.
/-■HURCH  OF   ENGLAND. -HOLY
\j TRINITY OHUHCH; Rector, The
Bishop. S. MARY'S CHURCH; Rector.
Tho Ven. Archdeacon Woods. Servicer-
ln both churches every day. All seats
free. Roth churches open all day for private prayer.  ^^
Corbett & Kennedy,
M-t-.NUKAt-TPIH-.n3   of
TIN, C0PPEP.& SHEET-IRON
■w^.aa *ei.
VTICSTI-lt-H lil.'N Iv (UP-STAIR8),
Front Strkkt,  •   Nkw Westminster.
having just opened in the
nbove linn, we renpoetfullysollcita
share of the trade, and trust by careful
nttentlon to orders and moderate clmrjiea
to merit tho same. Experienced workmen; siitlsfnctlon guaranteed.
Estimates furnished for Galvanized lion
Cornice, Rooting, Plumbing, Uns-llttlng,
Steam and Hot Wator Heating, Ae.
VW Entrance to premises on Mury St.,
In roar of Bank of F. C. dwni hOto
D. LYAL & CO.
Pianos,
Organs,
Vocalions
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
FANCY GOODS,
TOYS, Etc., Etc,
N. B.—Dohcrty Organs sold nt
GO por cent, off Hat prices, for cash. .
W.JJALKER&CO.
HANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
[Te-jKPUONK No. 65.]
14 GLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, EN LAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS ANO AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS. REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London and Lauet.-il-.lre Fir* antl
British  Empire  Life  Insurance
CompRules.
Kew Weitmluittr llullilln*** Society,
AccounUnt'i Offlce, Diocese of N.W.
City Auditors, 1886,1887 and 1881.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRIOT,
and othor mouetary transactions.
Have several good Investments ou their
books, nud all new oomora will do well to
cnll beforo doing business elsewhere.
dw3dely
-pHKBBYTBHIAN CHURCH (ST.
IT ANDREWS), cornor Carnarvon and
Hlitckwood sis. Rev. Thos. Sconlor, pastor. Services nt Ilium, nnd 7 p.m.; Sunday-school and Blhle-olass at 2.30 p.m.;
Prayer-meeting on Thursdny evenings nt
7.30. Seats free: stratiBors welcome,
KP.-KOYAI, LODGE NO. 0. Regular
. Meeting every Tuend-iy night nl H
o'clock. Oddfellows*Hnll. Visitiiiy ihoiii"
ren welcome.—J. E, Knujht, K.of R.A s.
IO. O. T.-EXCELSIOR LODGE NO. 8
■ meets every Monday evening at 8 o'clock, in tho Temperance Hall, Columbln
St. Visiting members nro cordially Invited.—W. C. Love, Rec, Sec.
O/Yl-KPimiA Sb ST. ANDREWS
SOCIRTYr-The regulnr meetings of
this Association nre held on the last Tuesday of each month, nt 8 o'elook p. m. All
Scotchmen are Invited to attend.-John
Bui b, See.
* O. F.-COURT LORD DUFFERIN
A. No. 63W. Tho regulnr meetings of
the above Court arc held nt tho Foresters'
Hall,on tho tlrst, and third Wednrsilny in
oacli month, nt.8 p. tu.—Jno. MoMORPlIV,
Senr., P. O, R.	
TTT   C. T. U.-REGULAR MEETING
VV * every Wednesday nfternoon at 8
o'olock nt. tlio W. C. T. U. Headi'ii-ii-tei's,
Douglas St.   Loyal Legion In tho same
glace every Friday afternoon.—Mns, JAS.
unninoiiam, President; Miss DeBeok
Secretary.	
■ UNION LOPUI3 Nn. 9, A. K,
^#»f- 4*.  A.  M.—The regular meet*
iLJT Ings of this Lodge are held In
/ TM \ the Masonlo Temple on the first
■Wednesday in each mouth, at 7:30 o'clock
i. m.   Sojourning brethren nro cordially
nvltod lo attcnd.-W. C. Coatham, Hoc.
BOARD OF TRADE. Bonrd Room,
Oddfellows Brick Block, up-stalrs
Council meets on tho first nnd third Wed*
nesilny in ench montli,nt4]i.in, Quarterly
meetings on the 22nd of Feb,, May., Aug.,
and Nov., nt 7:30 p. in. Now members
may bo proposed nnd elected at any Quarterly meet|ng,—D. Robson,'Soo.
When Baby wu .iok, we Kave hv t oMtoria,
WLen ehe wu a Child, the cri,.d for c„(otl8(
When sho bocmn-, Mias, aho olanf. to 0Mtori§i
Whtt^hadChlldrcn, l^,^ UMtoril
TO CONTRACTORS
WHOr.^B AND SEPARATE TENDERS
w in bo ronelvod by tbo undersigned
Up lot) p.m. of TueMtuy, ilnl Kepli-mhcr,
lot w j erection of threo blocks of BOini-
"smfjhed two-story dwellings on lots 1,2
ano 3, block 31, Royal uvenuo.
'I'lntiH and specifications nt my olllco,
Tho lowest or any tonder not necessarily
nccepted.
G. W. GRANT,
Architect.
Westminster, Aug 2-i-1889. d-uiL'Hd
HERBERT G. ROSS,
Commission Mcrchant,
llamleyBlock, ■ NewWestminster
JUST RECEIVED-n fine lot of samples
of
Brooms and Whisks
From Japan, from 80 els. to 92 por dor..
Also, samples of HATTING at 81 to $0
per roll of 40 yards,
All kinds of Goods handled on commission. nu27dt/iwtl
teat Removal Sale!
—op	
BOOTS & SHOES
AS I INTEND MOVING NEXT DOOR
to Oity Bakery, I will oftfcr for the
next fifteen days,
15 PER CENT. OFF
On all cash purchases.
'   A. B. WINTEMUTE,
Sign of the "Uutmio.''
New W«rt*. Jnly 27, .889.      dwJIWle
A Pleasing" Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows tlio uro of Syrup of Figs, an is
acta gently on the
Kidneys, Liveb P Bowels
Effectually Cleansing tho System -whan
Costivo or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
nnd permanently curing
HABITX7AL CONSSIPATIOIT
withoufc weakening or irritating the organs on "which it acts.
For Bnloin 7t3o hottlea hy nil Lcndlng
Drugglsts.
iuuurActuau> osn sr Tin:
0AIIP0EHIA HU STfBTJP 00
. Sitt Ft-jlicisco. Ca*,..
^hmmvii-, Kr„ "■'ivf Vow X-!
Special This Week
UNTIL THE END OF THIS WEEK WE WILL OFFER
THE BALANCE OF  OUR
JLT COST.
 A LINE OF	
All Wool Nun's Veiling
AT TWELVE-AND-A-HALF CENTS.
Ogle, Campbell & Freeman
GREAT    SALE
-OF-
Gents' Furnishings, Hats, &c.
A Big Reduction in Prices, Regardless of
Cost, for the Next Week or So.
Must Reduce Our Stock to Make Room for
Fall Ooods.   Take Advantage of
This  Sale.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
Next Door Bank ol Montreal, New Westminster.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
____ZU____---IXl  IXT
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Labrador "Herrine'e,
"Mackerel, Salt Cod.,
Jit.xxrLO-OLx'e "Cue. "Karris,
-f*Jur-aao*ar"s TTn.c. Bacon.:
£*ao*ax. "Bran. SDaorts,
armoHEST prices paid for farm produce.
noM-fi* Sooullar-Armttrong Blook, Columbia tt.
VOMJMB VII,-NO, W,.
Just Received!
— AT	
Tas. Ellard & Co's
*> A FULL LINE OF *>
NEW CARPETS
=ALSO=
_QUR FIRST CONSIGNMENT
 OF	
LADIES' GOSSAMERS
 AND	
GENTLEMEN'S RUBBER COATS.
LONDON HOUSE,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEWWESTMINSTER.
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, AG.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES,
A full line of Spectacles <& Eye-Glosses in steel, rubber, silver arc -ji.i(i
trainee.   Tho finest Pebbles made, 54 per pair; all flights suited.
Special titt«ntioii given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having lparnt,., tno
businesa thoroughly from some of the fiucat Horologcrs in England, and since limn
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of tho best firms on tint cn-.ti*
nent of America, is a sufficient guarantee oi good workmanship, formerly inima1
ger for nearly 8 years of tho well-known firm of, Savago.iJLyman- Montreal.
Charges Moderate,
Montreal, Deo., 1887.—-Mr. P. Crake.— Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman ot
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who did so
woll for me oa you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you aro not here to-day."
■Uvupiato	
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
AQENTS   B. LAURANOE'S   SPECTACLES.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    ■    Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
W. £ G. Wolfendei
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
xx i a* xx - a l jl s s
DRY GOODS
 -JV.ND	
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MAROHE.
DRESS-MAKING DEPARTMENT will
be re-opened August 1st, and will be
under the management of a FIRST-
CLASS DRESS-MAKER from Montreal.
Style and fit guaranteed.
WALKER & SHADWELL,
dws-asto COLUMBIA STKEKT.

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