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Array OOTornmont Printing offlc
VOLUME 5
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 8, 1888,
NUMBER 33
n wKi.sn,
DENTIST.
Itooiu Hi,      -      -      Colonial Hotol,
Okkiok Hnuns-IO tb-I. . (IfrrStc
c
k. o. nnowN,
DENTIST.
nooMS—R. A ft, over Bank of._IJi.iKli C*o-
lumlilft.
HfHiHs-fiii. in. to0.30p. iji.      (iw,|l*v27!o
p4i>>:»01ll.lk A Met? OH,        .,*■■-.
BA-HHISTEKi-j,-   * -
aur.rciTORs, ktc.
Olllc.*!s. Mti-sonlo niiiMlnes, New Westminster, and Vaiiuouvor, to. ft      Jyf-rfaWtiS-
VtT   iStniMKH -brL'f{,*i.<'.,   .
toARUlHTFtto-Air-UXW.   '
r.*ml Agent '■!]       MonhytoiVai';'
CnlumliU'SI,,'
»e2to Sew 'WeHtiiiliiBtor, to. C.
0
_t,O.V A WAV-Vtt.lt,'
ABpHIWITM.
OKFlC!R-UO0pllC . J I j   .      ,
1    ' Ov?rRAnK'orlS;ft.
Ml
dnu-tlto
; ColumttliY&lraot,
m c. ATKiSflON, /v',].''':   S
HARRISTElt, 80LIC1T0R, Ac.
Ori-ioKR-Mnsonlo ifriilt-Mnt*;*-      "'
New V.TWMH luster, B. V,
0.
W   aitANTl
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Iff Xofl
3 Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary Utensils for FurilllllKt
' BeScks, Snntcli Blocks, Mom -Si Chain in all suscs; Hitch,
Including Tools of all kinds of tlie best makes; *ross-«llt & IHMl(l-8aWr3j
1ftn-*hf.(| WBt-m*. tnr-   Van ttt tin    ntiil    nil    +ki_-    niiuiuiMt   ITt___nalla    *fm<    It'll Mitt Ittirr
Far ti Ooihlmi' lira"(5dTlsin"Tiaper for~B~u1idiiiKi Pttlntij & wffi
Barber
Pnlle;
in all celoraMJdgald Paints in all shades; Floor Paints ready to use; tirlnd
Stones) WalfPaper in all designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Lllhrlcatlag OUst Traps <>' all ilcecripti  nml a gun-nil assort
Agricultural Implements,
ltr Special attention given to orders by 'mail.
■    !_?.*J. -I_E8__^_?_? .30 OO.,
dwjlyJUi if, poiuiiBiA Street, New Westminster.
,1 j.TM«tii*%'jf|i
I    ' ,l  !---_—___»_
..tcr-CiXjvC "i :.
*iTO*QrU"P fTsTlD
■longing Street, New Westminster.
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING.  MACHINE & PLOUGH REPAIRING.
HORSE-SHOBUiP A SPECIALTY.
ARCHITKCTj
Oi-KU'ir-Oriniei' fiirtr? nntl l-Ullkr-lio Kill'.
tlwfalKlo
nU-
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rll.LlA.I ILICIIMi.;   B3j   ,-,-■,-:0'
AltOHITKOT,
nUII.DlNO A I,.\ND StfRVKi'OR, '
SAN ITAUY KNGtfrEEl-..
Okkh'k—New Mnannlo Blnirk,
ilwaplslo Wi'slniliistpr,
Al.llI'.HT .1. 1111.1,. :
HI. Can. sni'. CSV.,'
r'H'll. KNUINKKli,
MNnntinvKYiiitiinii
DIUItoftTHMAN.
Or-'Kir-il—New Mrinoniir Block,
dwmUlSta New Westminster.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED OCR NEW BROBS AND ARE NOW PRE.
pared to undertake all kinds of Blacksmith Work at Moderate
fPrices, Having had 85 years experience In- some of the best agricultural
ions of tiro United States and Canada, wo understand onr business and GUAll-
TEE SATISFACTION. ':\. [* ■'*• •*•       ' T'
- A large stock of IRON, STEEL, COAL, HOUSE-SHOES b NAILS kept eh
hand, nt LOWEST P-SICES. '     djIyl2to
- . ' ,■>.- Jiy&m*~emitp—m~rmm^_m&m.
VV,
4. WALKKlt .V CO..
AlXOUNTANTS, STOOItliltOKEKS,
• HEAL, ESTATE, INSURANCE nnd
GENERAL AGENTS.
8, Bank Buildings, NewWostmliistcr, B.C.
14 Clare Roail, Halifax, England.
ilwinylTlu
fn   .1    TRAPP,
AUCTIONEERANI) APPRA-lftEU,
I Columbia Street New Westminster
All commissions will receive lirfinjpt
.nud careful attention. Best references
[ al ven when required, inl,12-tir
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
■i/i/        -i'i'   •' ;
mHfi UNDliltSIONED, HAVING ADDED STEAM AND0 iRdS'-wbRKING
.1.    Machinery to their i'usines^, art-;now prepared to do all kinds of . .  .
TiiviiiiiK, Fitting, ~»i-ililiig, Machine Work, Forging,
And ovory •description of BLACI-t SMI THING* at pr*o«oon8ul-?riMy lower
. .thnn heftive.  'It is onr intontipn to havo ii^ttae coarse of a tow weeks a
BRASS & IRON FOUNDRY    !
Running ill connection with our Business. Wc have tho LARGEST STOCK and
HEST TOOLS of any Shop of the kind in B. ('., uml employ none hut the VERY
HIST OK EXPERIENCED WORKMEN, conseo,uently, we can guamnteo satis,
faction in workmanship as well aB prices. We have obtained, tho services of a
Flrst-cllISS Horsc-Shoer, and that part of onr Business will hare special
attention. .    . ,        ,
REPAIRS of all kinds of Machinery, cither Steam or A«iieultnral Implements, Wagons, Carriages, Ploughs, Harrows, or nny thing in tills line, will linve
our best attention.
Carriage Painting and Trlnnnius done at reasonable rates.
a large stock of Wagons Expresses ami Blif(f Ies, ■*' the best quality,
for sale. .. .:'.i.r*T-'    . -
Wc also keep in stock, to supply the trade, all kinds of IRON, STEEL, CHAIN,
COAL, HOUSE b OX SHOES, CARRIAGE HARDWARB/SPKINGS, AXLES,
WOOD-WORK, HARD-WOOD PLANK, etc., at Victotivpcices......
tr Estilnatos and tenders given on all kinds of Ironwork.     Call and inspect
our Stock and got onr Prices, and yon will save money by It.
/dwjiyifltc;:"  i-f-.;? "■?•:*._    "tiEiDras curried
   *^tm^^gm*m^^_th_m^^mmA_mmiimmmmm,^m.^mmmmmmmm
'RE
RAND BROS,
)EII, KSTATE BROKBRS,
Conveyanottrtt* CoUector*-
AUd liMU7fitlce Agcillii
[ OOlees at VIOTORIA: Fort StrWt,
NKW VKSTillNSTEH: Cdrucr,
McKonzlo and Clnrknou His,
VANCOUVER, ConIofvii Streej.
Hill IjDINO I.OTS tar (Mi1o in nil section*
lot Vancouver uml Now Westminster City.
L FARM LAND,1, of. superior, quality Ior
r«iilo tit ChilliwliniiIr, Tort H-uummuI,
|.i_itni;ley, MnUtquI, Huihum, Mud J.»ytI.tul-
I'rier-H tjitiKlliiK, Lulu Tstnixl, North Arm
Ratul Pit*Utver. '..:j--,.: !. (■■;'..
S Miips nnd Plarifl furlilbited mid Uie full-
bHtiiiforiniiUfrnfurnlnhodatiilloiiroflleeiii
re2fit(i '	
[WILLIAMS   BROS;
land Agents & Surveyors,
(FLANS PREPARED. SlfRTOS MAM
^ ,Arge or Small Sume bf Money Advanced
on Good 8ecur.tice, tit r.ca;oiinhlc
llutOK of Interest.
|l*\ir*iit Air Halo on l*'rii«cp Rlvfr. thore
11 mid WlaW Ncw'WMinlnMivrj ':':r «"■
_.* WiriMAMH I1R0M, am In consliml enni-
|tiuiii>-iitiuii wilh hiiemJiiiK Ki-ttltii-*! from
p.-.m.lnnil mul olsewlit-'ro, mul Imvo BliCtiml
KnoflUto-aforolftotlntrstuos.
I Tlielr ehurgos are lower tliaiuiny othor
HgoiltHln the Province... toI«i   i
iOFI-TUKH-C'iriierofC-JruiivllloiutdCnr-
flovii HtreetH, und opposite C. P. ll. .station,,
Vnncf*:ivor. It, H.,  ' dllJlMtlll
W. a LOYE,
Pistoile M'.i Shoe fc
Klupnlrli-.ff Nenlly limit-.   Cork Mole
| Work ■ Specialty.
IttrOrdor*- iiromptly attonded to.
1 tlmi'tiih nt,, In-renro. Colonial Ho-
li l. next i.n Itaiid Um*-,.- Dflluo.  dnoltc
GRANT & MACLURE,
WHOLESALE b RETAIL DEALBHS3K? V P. U 2 O V) A J
bq§i§*& mms
COLUMBIA    STREET,
'^Te-w   "<wresti»ijri©tisir.
B...:©..
dwjeBte
WJIBBEA8 MY WIFE, MABOARET
wIMiiiiitiiiivptovuriiUUlMuIvMitklkn
to notify all iicrrronn not to trust her on
my ttCTiriiut, ns I will not, imy any dabU.
ivliti'li rrhpiiniy I'lintini'l,     ■•.'.'>       ts
Olitlllwliltrk, AUsllut _, 1NNH.     ilwau7m3
REMOVEDI
MAJM k PUHSON,
FtEAI. KSTATE, fN8URANCR AMD
h, Financial Auents, have removed
nam MeKenile Htreet to their new and
rotnmodtoiiH ofllnea In the         ,   ,
DANK OF B. C. IlUIi-DlUO,
Opposite the PostOflloe.  All pereotiH do-
Rlrlns to buy or sell Real Estate, negotiate
IiOiuiK, or Injure their Llvei or Property,
nre advised to call at the new offloes.
dwjlylpml        MAJ0R4PKARS0K.
A BARGAIN.
J IOR HAI.E-lpO .ACRES (JOOD LAND,
situated on a troakrodd, ahout.t miles
im Rro-f/nhvIMc. Portion of land rich
ttom: balnncn llglitly timbered, Frame
of Hinalt home on premises; other lm*
pipToincnts, suoh at nlearliiK. draining,
»". Price, f 12.00 per acre; further pav
MtTWiaiN on appltentlon nt this office.
Confederation Life
TOTIOK IH H«llHBY -CIIVIQN THAT
1 BlJttf days after dtttO wo init<n.l mnk-
Jng npnllcatlon to the Chlt;f Cnni nih-.l(iner
Ef l.nmh nnd \Vo*ftts for pcnulsMvn M
iiurnliiwe (lie /ollhwlnn iiciicrllw-l fnrnljf
Rltimtnon Vuldez IhIiukI, Uo.wt ninlrfet,
lilrltlsli t'olnmbliL! ,.,.,.
1: Oom menelngnt.it point mil li-*»ciivtiioii n-
liiry of rxit 17, Canht Dl.strliit, 'JO tdinlno
Kouth of the nnrthcHHtorlr nonicr ofi
laid lol.tlioiicn mist 40 chalna, «outli to
I'm shore line of Village Buy, no'i-thcuit-
Jrly alon« mild shore lino to the nnuthcu«t
■Urner of r*t 34,C<iiv<t I>totriel, mn-tlrto
■lOHlmie lino of Mali..l*akc,ii]nii*,'ivOst
f7'iorc line of said, lake' n*ni*tlt-,vcNt«r1y to
llio lirst point where our timbor Iiuihc "L"
Tii-oshph stild lake, thonce iiIoiik our timber
Viasc lines In a generally weal, dh-ivtion
liia point .Oclmlnidiie norib of the north-
iHireornerof Lot fi,Con<:t IH«liii>l,tli,.m*(i
HitOBonMHi) ohtilns loUii- nnrlbonsi i*oiv
§or of Lot 17, Canut JXitrlut, l.ttcm-u finiilh
Wp (ihnliiH, enst'HO ehrttn-j, nnd Mutlh !to
E'hnlns lo point of eonimoiicfimenL
■'    ROVAI, OlTYl'LANINd Mfl,f,8 ('O.'ft.d.l
Hy their agent, 0 R. Wnoiw.
I New VflntmijiiHiy-B) o,- -       a
August Oth, IRKS, nuTdSin
OAXlIl     Jk\mV
dLp STAND,
Opp. tbe.«. P. N. Co.'s Whmt,
. Fornaoneml Aisortinirntol  '
Dry Goods,
o|iOTi_:i_iira-.
Millinery,
Udlei' ft Children's Apparel,
UriK-ci-icH, Crockery, Cord-
'   lige, Ac.
Butler Kegs, Barrclm,
Hay, -Irii-iiiii, Feed, ftc
FARM "PRODUCE
BdlldHT OB SOLD ON COMMI6I8ION.
^ASSOCIATION/
litniranlff t'npltal»
..•I,MO,OM
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Civic Ofkiokb-j.—Mnyor, Robert Dlek-
lUHon; City Clerk, Oapt. Robinson; Polico Mi.tflHtrnto, T. 0. Atkinson; Chief
Engineer Firo Department, \V. Corbett;
Assistant, IT. ReivJ.
CoiritT OKKici/Vi-s.-JudKC of the Supreme Court, Hon. J. P, Meurolfrtitj IleKls-
trai, W. If. Kiildlng; Sheriff, W.S, Ami-
strong.        ... «....,
I'noviMriAi, pFVlcicits. -- Uoveninitiiit
Af{eitt,Oliiis. Witvwtfil*-.; ReplslrarofTltles,
.R. W. ArniHtmng; Supt. of Provllichil
Asylum, Dr. R. Ii BontlOi't liursar of Asy-
linii. Jus. l'lillMp^; Uovenioi' of Ceutial
1'rlsou, Wm. Moi-'-aby: Htewacil RovhI Co-
luiiihiiii) liositUal, Clms. Dlfelij'; Imnif-
tjrntlou Akchi, Jno. Sprott; Coroner,* W.
I). I'crriu.
DoMiKtbN Okfjui Ai^.-l'o'it muster, J, 0.
Brown! Collector of Customs, J. H. CJute;
Warden of Penltootlary, A. IT. McRrldc;
Dominion Lnnd Agent, H.11. W. Aikman;
drown Timber Agent, T. H. Higginson;
Inspector of Fisheries, Thos. Mowat.
RKi'KKKKNTA'Simi;—Senator, Dr. T. R.
Mclnnep; Hpue'iv of Cpinuiuu*-*,, Donald.
Chishotm; Provincial J*cgl.sluiiire,'
W. N. Roje, tl*0.   7'
i,,*u>pt.
MAIIB'CLOSE AND ARRIVK: .,
.. OLOSX1    ■.:
For Oan. Pac. Ujv-PaHy (ex<Sopt Bunday
and Monday), at 12.30, anil onButurday
(for dispatch Sunday) at 22.
For Victoria, V. T„ nnd Western tT. R. Offices— Monday, litej Tuesday, 8.15: Wednesday, o.;JOj Thumliiy, 8.15; Friday,
0.%: Saturday, 8.1.').
For Vancouver, Mooilyvlllo, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlet—Dally {except Sun-
ay)at8.15.: .     -   '    :
For Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island-
Monday, 1-.45: Wcdnestlny and Friday
0.30. ,      T
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centro and Langley Prairie—Saturday.
9.
For North Arm and Sea Islands-Thursday, 13.30. ,..;,.:
For Elgin and Mud BHy-HuLurday_.J2.-liv
Fur Plumper's Puss-Monday, lilt.,
ForNdnatruo (direct mall}—Tnesdny, 19.
!   ■' ■ ■*_c**tt£.    ;'",; :,,t'
From Can/Pac; Ry.~D*tlly (exctipt Sator-
dayjittt 14.10.
From  Vlctorla-Sundny,   Tuesday; -nud
■ Thursday* M(j; Wedocsuay, Friday nnd
■ JBaturthft 11.9k     " '"■■   ' r;   .
. Fsom■Vancouver, Moodyvllle,PortMoody
and Burrard Inlet-- Dally .(extent Sunday) at 18.  ,   ;
From Ladiior's Landing nnd Lnlu'Tslahd
—Sunday, Tuesday and Ttiursrtttv-16.-
From,Clovor Valley, Hall's Prafrle and
Liingley Prairie—Friday, 18.; ...
Ifrom'NortU Arm hnd,Sen Island—Thursday*-Iii.    ;- ■ ■ ' tovh
From Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 11,
From Pliimper'fl Pass—Sunday:.} lfi.,   ,.
From Nanalmo (direct mail)—Saturday,
POST. OFFIOE H0UR8:	
General Delivery from ft to 19 (V p.m.),
Tuesdays,Thursdays and Saturdays; oto
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays—
-except when mulls are being sorted.
..Monky Ordeh A Savtnob Bank.—Daily
—9 a, m. to 4 p. in., and from 0 to 7 on
Saturday evenings.
giulg § ritish Cata-mb-hm
woImuIij r.vcuiu, An. a, ins.
BY TELEGRAPH.
POWDER
; Absolutely Pure.
, ThiB powder never varies, A marvel of
purity,strength and wholcsomeness. More
economical than tbe ordinary kinds, und
oannot ho sold ln compeiltlon with tbe
multitude of lowte.it, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royai. Baking Powder Co., 1W Wall flt,,
New York. sfely
Tug for Sale!
TUG BOAT 7fl FEET; COMPOUND JIA-
chlncry, by Eastern makers.
Apply to
Mr-mils. BBWICKK A' WULFFSOHN,
IJaflto Vanoouver, B. 0.
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
i A HOMJlOteNY;.
■ Thii Association merits the
conidcncc the Public is reposing in it from  the   following
mTS*-**'***■•-•'-■•    '■'•'■'   ■■'•
ftSBSP*81
policy holdera Is
pnnyttolngbusl-
% lus no iche'mes of Insurance, hut the
ll-estiibllshed lines, hence thn policy
Mnv can not he misled as to their con-
 tetements to the public mn he rend-
Ily Mderstoctl, Us cash statement show
'—^ery Item of Income and how expen-
isItlonlVasCertftlneilrthilui'iirvfW-tiii
 illcd valuation In which every Horn
of liability Is Included.
Us progress has been unexampled In
ftjfblstotxoflttsurancelnCfuiadft.
lis pollelfcPi^iMeUnaisMtnbli efter thn-<*
years, anttrmflHrnfmattte after two years-
existence.    , . ,    .
Its nroflts Ire distributed Upon au eqnlt-
ablBDMsls.   The profits to one class of
lolders are uot lessened to give
routs to any other class, which
affords- superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Fkont bthrkt,   •   Nkw Wvrnantnn.
dmy-Sml
Liberal roelUIAis aa te BtsMeiifie and
....   Travel.
J. K. MaoDONALI),
., ,|jj    _,, Managing Director,
T.R. PEARSON
Cheap for Cash.
Onn AORKS OF I.ANI),ll MILKS PHOT!
igUU Wcminlllslirr, uu ii ([nod niinl; lirst-
clariR htuli lnnd, 100 nrrnrR of II. 'mm I In rr
feet liluok lonni.tlinbnlrtiicoiilili-rl.oltiiiii;
Kouil houso nnd out bulldlni-s. For finltii-r
pnrtU'ular-i enquire nt THIS OFFIOR
New West., Juno SOIli, 1PS3.       dwJcMtc
NflTES Ap,COMMENTS.
Verily, tliu Cliiiieec nre bfcnining
adepts in the ways ot" western civilization. A tia*t> of- mvle cf forged
"dec'oratioiiK" Ims reirontly come to*
light nnil hns crcalcd .some stir' ill
Pckin.' There is I'iritsoii to believe
that the forger will hot repeat his
ollirnce - he was beheaded.
We are inclined to hope that the
nows about the Australian nail is
true..: Ilie.pitli „<_f. it M. that ;igur,
sister* colonies uilder the line, are
about to' tmnsfor their little subsidy
of *?2-.p,'000'a year from the American steamers to a Canadian line,
with its headquarters on this side,
at Vancouver, It certainly begins
to look dar 'fQiis''' British vCWdmbi»
of ours wns going to be head toll
house on the : his*h*ay of tho
nationsftfte&raU..:': ,.it,) oiujipol
' Ar Hartford woman l who 'jumped
from a horse car, before a full stop
wss made, and with face to the rear
of the car, waB thrown violently to
the ground. As the: conductor
helped her up ihe remarked: "It
was ii foolish thing to do. 1 liad
hoard that it was dangerous,.but
have always been anxions to: try
,tliee-!perinlentJ,'-1i-/n<er-Ocea«;'i,UBt
like Mother Eye, for all the .world.
She had been told, ou tlie very best
authority that it would be dangerous tfl eat the "forbidden friilt;"
but; hoi* tinttiet)*- to tiy. i-tel e_p'.**i-
ment se.ms to have overcome her
sense of the danger accruing.     7
It appears fooia recent researches
made by Mr. G. Varenne that absinthe is of itself not by any Means
so poisonous as it is usually ..supposed to be. This investigator finds
that its (cecity iq (toa lathe use in
its mahufitctilro of tne trftlin* of the
spirit stills, t. e.,the residue ' which
contain all the impurities of the
alcohol. It is said that absinthe
made with pure rectified spirit produces none of the effects ordinarily
known as absinthism. The amount
of oil of absinthe ordinarily
used in making the drink is very
small, and the temptation to use,
the worst kinds of alcohol in its
manufacture is of course large, be-
cause the l»d fli^yyi^fafft flasily disguised in so aromatic a 'drink.
. For the past fiscal year the ex.
ports of Oanada amouted to $86,454-
909, of whioh | ((77,000,000 wtt. lb\h
produco of Conada. A comparison
with the previous year shows a decrease of $53,000, which is owing
to the shortage in the crop last year
in Ontario, The statement is highly
satisfactory when compared' with
that just published of. the United
States exports for the same period,
which shows a decrease of more
than $30,000,000 as compared with
last year. Our fishery exports have
increased $870,000; mines, $288-
000; manufactures, $947,000; lumber, $475,000; and animals $329-
000. The imports for Juno_ exclusive of British Columbia, aggregate
$10,000,000, on which duties were
collected, $1^940,000.
The Grail Urldse Jumper Killed—Tlit-
'  rararllt'ennilMloBBIIIIMJlMll—
...       CklHrne Cxeltulo. Treat}'.
Brlll.li Srnlrr. In lleUrlnu*. sea Will lm
VruivvlvtX Annln.l Sclinre l,y .Wru-iif.
W.r. -
UST KIOHrFDGSI'ATCnKS.
'.     .      VANHOllNE l'KEfllllir.NT.
Mo.vm.EAi., Aug. .7.- -At ii inretiiig
of the board of directois of the Canadian Pacific Railway Sir George
.Stephen to-dny resigned tire presidency
of the Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
He says he has not sold a share of his
stock and it still the largest shrire-
hold«f, lir. W. 0. VanHonwtlhe
vice-president and general manager,
Was elected president in tho place of
Sir George Stephen. The resignation
of Mr. Leri P; Morton, of New York,
the republican candidate for the vice-
presidency of the United States, which
was sent in immediately after his nomination by the Chioago convention, waa
also accepted, and Senator Donald
Maclnnes was elected in hit stead. It
lis understood that Mr. % S. Shaugh-
nessy, assistant to the general-manager,'
will be appointed general manager and'
vice-president, ana that several other
changes in the service art on the tapis.
;-. FOR   SALE.
illljtAT VERY DESIRABLE RE8I-
X rloiKio-Property owned by Mrs. Euinm
Gold, sltiintfi at Hie corner o( Royal Avenue and St. Patrick's SU, lvlfn two Houses
Ihercoli.
Also, ONE ACRE OF liANDrituntebc-
twiinti liovnl mid (Xuccos Avi'imcu.    .
TSrfjfa CASK, HAND BROS.
;,   A.iolf.iq    :
nFOR_SALE.
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|j •ElUfifl Htrciil.-IW fort, ilcoii mul m
ffpt ou MclutiOH Street; cnnliuns nliout
2^ ordlnnry dty lots, Barn ami stable
on in-i'inlsi's wltli necoiuiniiiititloii tor 14
Iiorsus, liaruofls.room, Ao.; u<*bA welltif
water; imrilcu, plniiti'd wltli trull imen,,
Partti'iilitr.-t on anpllcntIon Id
■Bmyiotfl W.M. prrncit;
Brick Manufacturers,
BUILD-RS  AND-,
linit-K-VAHHSl fei-l ll.uci.
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>   Sis., New WrSttlllllOvr.     ilwmhIOIc
One feels inolinod to congratulate
tbe Province on the very satisfactory character of the news from
Skeena—not that there was at any
timo danger of any serious trouble,
or that any one who knew the facts
anticipated anything of the sort;
but that we were all allowing ourselves, unconsiously, to be a little
worked up by the tremendous lies
of the Hastrrn news mongers. Of
course the demonstration of force
which the govrnment made bud
something to do with .the excited
state nf public feeling; bnt the government had lo lie prepared for any
eventuality j and it is always wise
to let Mr. Indian understand clearly
that you are all quite prepared lo
knock him into, the middle of next
week if he doesn't behave himself.
Victoria and Vancouver papers
are giving each other the lie in a
moro or less oivil way, about theiil-1
tentions of the Hudson Bay Co. in
the matter of their provincial headquarters. According to the Obltmist
it will stay where it is; aocording to
the _Ken«..l tlvertimr,'it-*»lltrbf* jr(oVed
to Vancouver this fall." It would be
tolerably safe lo bet that each paper
is relying upon what it considers
grent authority, and short odds
might he taken that neither of them
knows anything about it. One thing
is quite certain—and wo will make
our cotemporaries a present of the
information—viz.. that thn company
will take the course Which, in tho
judgment of its directors, wilt bring
most grist tn its mill,.or most dollars
into its treasury, if Ihey prefer that
way of putting it.
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
TO-DAY'S DESPATCHES.
*_BR\* DONOVAN KllLED.
London, Aug. .'8.—La_ Donovan,
the famous bridgo jumper, wns killed
leaping from Htingcrford bridge, to-day.
Donovan first became .prominent by
jumping from Brooklyn bridge, - then
from Niagara; then from London bridge.
He was twenty four years old nntl had
been a compositor here.' il
A CHILIAN CKDISEK.
, San Francisco, Aug. 8.—The Chilian
cruiser, Abtao, lias .arrived licre from
Yokohama. She carries 104 mon and
mounts 6 guns.
KltUnWITH A t'Ll'll.
Saratoga, Aug. 8.-In a dispute over
cards last night a. colord jockey named
Huston killed a stable hand named
Boston by striking him on the licarl with
a club.       ■'
['.,,1.1        FRANCE SDHM1TS.
London, Aug. 8.—It is stated tlint
Fiance boa decided to accept Italy's position regarding Massowah, realizing tlmt
it would be useless to oppose the combination of tbe allied powers including
England, whose evident paramount purpose is against tbo continental republic.
TAB PARIS STRIKERS.
Paris, Aug. 8.—After '.Ire striker's
meeting last uigbt tlie striking waiters
smashed a woll known cafe and tho barbers attempted to storm a number of
registry offices. Gendarmes restored
order. At the meeting resolutions were
adopted demanding that the government
withdraw tlie troops from tbe workshops
and declaring tlieir readiness to accept
the arbitration of the municipal com-
mission to settle the question of wages.
VJfflSBI, WRICKED.
San Francisco, Aug. 8.—A dispatch to the Merchants' Kxchange this
morning, from Valparaiso, says that
during the "Norther" last night the
Barque Success, from New York, for
Spain,'' wss totally wrecked. The
crew was saved with difficulty.'
AN  EMBEZZLER OAl'OHT.   '
San Francisco, . Aug. 8.—State
police Inspector Riemer, of Wisconsin,
left for Milwaukee this mornihg, having in charge Benj. Ootnpauser,
of that city, who is wanted for the
embezzelmont. of $90,000.
TKE l'ARNELL BILL  l'ASSED.
London, Aug. 8.—The Parnell commission hill was read a third time in
the commons today and was passed
by 180 to 64.
CHINESE LABORERS RKOHIBITRD.
Washinoion, AUg. 8. —The senate
this morning passed a bill to prohibit
Ohinese laborers ooming to the United
States.
ANINSANKDKKIr.
Cincinnatb, Am-. 8.—Win. Auckland, of Dayton, shot Superintendent
Joseph .Bailey,, engineer Albert. W.
Cryer and then himself thia morning
at Bockwood battery. No cause is
assigned, but Auckland has beeu acting strangly of late. He is supposed
to he insane. Auckland will die nnd
the othor two are in n critical condition.
VESSEL  ASHOltM,
: London, Auj». 8.- The steamer City
of Hamburg, laden with cattle and
sundries, went ashore near Salcoinb
last iiiyht during a fog. 15 of the crow
were landed at Salcoinb, but a boat
with 7 others is miasifig.
RjlT'SH SEALERS WILL   HE 1'UOTI.I.TED.
Ottawa, Aug. 8.—Tbo Dominion
government bus bam informed that
the British i_ui oi iiiiient will tako immediate steps fur the protection of
Cansdinn sealing vowels | in Itehring
SU rgninst acinnrc'liy V. S_ cruisers.
I*. is undoistniid that two additional
wnr vcs-els will be sont fioni England
to the Pacific to. form a part of ilia
rquiulrun unilercommrind of Admiral
Heueage, now on that stiitimi. Ill-
s'ructiniis for ilie sHniiral In cruise
with his flagship in'Behring son some
time ago had ben countr-rrriandod, as
the Britisli gtivernihent Wiw led to believe that a ropctbion of the seizures
of lost year would not occur; and pros-
onoe ii British war vessels was unnecessary. Admiral Heneage has now
been instructed to look after British
proporty in Behring sea, but to use
extreme caution in dealing with oases
thst may call for international interference
rnnrARiNO for ulainb.
New York, Aug. 8.—A heavy fog
is reported tb extend out to sea from
Fire Island, which would be Ihe first
place where the s b, New York, with
Blaine on board, would bo spoken. It
is possible, therefore, that the steamer
might slip by initialled; nevertheless
the programme at this end hns been
carriod out substantially. The welcoming party started on steamers,
though later than expected on account
of the thick fog. At 1:30 p.m. tho
stcamor bearing Blaine bad not been
sighted.
CANADIANS SHUT-OKI OCT IHE YANKEES.
jWashinoton, Aug. 8. — Senator '
drlloni, who oh Friday lastintroducod
a resolution to investigate and report
upon a number of railways im this
crluntry which are owned or directly
controlled by the Canadian Pacific and
Grand Trunk railways, said lost night;
"I think when Hie facts become kiidwn
it will surprise some of our people to
loam how much of the carrying trade
ol this country is diverted Irom its
legitimate channels through, these
foreign agencies. Already, I am told,
nearly-M per., cent of the merchandise
brought from China ahd Japan io
America is oarricd by lines of sllbsid-
irted English steamers to Voncbuver.
There it is transferred to the C. P. H.
and carried as far east as practicable
and then reshipped to its destination
by American lines. All this is 'working an injustice to bur transcontinental
roads, and it ought' tp Ue remedied."
NEW  TEtBbJlAPH CO. '
Richmond, Va„ Aug.' 8.—Tho Gray
National Telegraph Co. has been chartered by the circuit court with a capital not to exceed 415,000,000. The
principal offices are located at Richmond, The company will engage in
general telegraph and telephone business under a system invented by Prof.
"Bliss H. Gray.
YELLOW FEVER.
Santiago de Cuba, Aug. 8.-Quite
recently an English ' steamer named
Ocoan Prinoe came here direct from
the Isthmus of Panama with a clean
bill of health from the Spanish consul
at Colon. Many.of the crew were sick,
add several were sent here to the hospital. From hero the.vessel cleared.,
for Philadelphia with a cargo of .ore., .
There Ib a great deal of yellow fever on
the island,' and 14 deaths have occurred
thore recently.
POOEOARREIT.    '
New York, Aug. 8.—Rbbert Garrett
bos become very ,-iolent, and escaping '
from his attendants, has.tried to injure
himself by jumping from the hospital
wiudow. It is still believed, if the
brain trouble could be overcome, he Will'
recover,   r    I  •■•
Late Canadian News.
Huifax, Aug. 1.—The shareholders
of the Halifax Cotton company to-day
resolved In borrow 9100,000 for working capital on six per cent, debentures. The company sold (200,000
worth of goods last year.
St. John, N. B., Aug. 2.-At daylight this morning the big raft, in tow
of tho tugs Underwriter and Ooean
King, passed this port. It was making rapid progress.... . ■
Quebec, Aug. 2.—Three deserters
from B battery are reported this week,
and about thirteen men ih all have
run sway within it short time.
London, Aug. 2.^-The Ontario
government has ordered the removal
of forty patients from the London in-
sano asylum to that of Hamilton.
London jail will also shortly be relieved of insane patients.
Montreal, Aug. 2.—Bickerdiko &
Co., of this city, are shipping to-day
from Calgary 260 head of cattle—the
first consignment of 5,000 head, .purchased for-export to England. The
average price paid is $50 a head. They
are coming through on a special train,
which is timed to do the journey in !
five days.
The Condor, the largest barge ever
built on the St. Lawrence, was successfully launched this morning at Oantin's
yard for the Montreal and Kingston
Forwarding company. Sho is six hundred tons burden.
Halifax, Aug. 3.—Tho first celebration of Labor Day occurred in Halifax yesterday and was a great success.
It took the form of a big parade and
pic-nic. A procession started at 8
o'clock iu the morning and marched
through the city making a splendid
appearance. It was composed of sll
the trades' unions in tho city. Bight
hundred mon were marching and
made a good impression ou the public,
whioh turned out en mnsso to witness
tbe demonstration.    - '
Toronto, Aug. 3.--Mark H. Trish,
the proprietor of tho Rossin House
fir the past 11 years, lias transferred
his entire interest in the Russia House
fnr a spot cash consideration to Abuer
Nelson of Halifax.
A number of bucket shop keopors
have been fined amounts ranging from
820 to 8100 apieco	
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A crisis has passed and a new era
has been inaugurated in. the royal
city of New Westminster. Her
citizens have proved themselves
right nobly equal to the emergency
and the responsibility which they
wero called upon to face. The general patriotic interest manifested
throughout, as well as the unanimity
of sentiment and action, wos gratifying in the extreme, and augurs
well for tho future of this " tight
little city," which is just pulling itself together, so to speak, to start
on a career of great achievements.
The eagerness for information, the
honest endeavor to get to the bottom
facts concerning the various agreements, the large and enthusiastic
attendance at the publio meeting
tbe other night, and the hearty
unanimity in favor of the by-laws,
when all doubts were swept away
by the satisfactory explanations and
information furnished by the mayor
and aldermen nnd the local and
American promoters of tho railway,
through the local press and otherwise, coupled with the rousing majority yosterday of 266 in favor of
the by-laws, amply justifies the expression of Ex Senator Canfield, in
nn eloquent address from the Colonial Hotel balcony last night, that
" Westminster had just covered herself with glory!" We congratulate
the royal city upon the truly royal
milliner in whicli it has acquitted itself in this matter, notwithstanding
the repeated and insiduous efforts
that have been made by rival railway corporations to induce it, by
false promises and by bulldozing, to
be disloyal to its true interests. We
think we can claim for The Columbian—which is Westminsterian to
the backbone—a share of the crodit
in tho happy result which we published yesterday, At any rate, we
havo done our best in every way to
enable the citizens to arrive at an intelligent conclusion ih the best interests of the city und province.
We believe such a conclusion has
been reached, and while pausing a
moment for mutual congratulations,
we shall continue to urge the royal
city forward to fresh achievements
and point out the necessity and the
opportunities for progress and advancement in other directions. We
must not lie upon our oars now that
we have won this railway, heat,
neither must we allow ourselves to
become one-sided in our development.
All our resources must be pushed as
nearly as possible simultaneously, if
we wish to attain a symmetrical and
successful development. For the
many complimentary expressions we
have received from citizens as to the
attitude and enterprise of The Columbian with regard to the Southern
Railway, we take this means of returning our thanks. We can assure
our readers that we shall always be
found on deck when the interests of
Westminster city and district in particular, and the province in goneral,
are at stake. Besides the thousands
of our papers, daily and weekly, that
have been circulated in the province,
containing the fullest particulars of
tlie Westminster-Southern Railway
mutter, hundreds have been sent
abroad, to Eastern Canada, the
United Status, and to Europe.
Many of these go to exchanging
newspapers, and by this means,
more, perhaps, than by any other,
will our city and province be advertised abroad. In this connection we
would call the attention of our readers to an extract which we copied
the other day from a Seattln paper
to the eli'ect that a distinguished
writer had left it on record that " a
great opera house, a great hotel
and a great newspaper will rally
about them a great city in a wilderness." Without any disparagement
of similar institutions in this city
we can suy that Westminster just
tills tho bill for a great city. She
has a great opera house, to wit—■
Herring's; a great hotel, namely—
the Colonial; and a grout paper,
videlicet—The Columbian. Let
local patriotism do the rallying business properly, and we shall soon,
with all our other advantages, havo
a great city—not exactly in a wilderness, but in the garden of the province, Westminster district
It must have been painfully evident to evory one present at the
railway meeting the other evening,
in the Hyack Hall, that Westminster eity was badly in need of a publio hall, for the accommodation of
such gatherings. Our American
guests from Whatcom and Seattle
must have wondered that a place so
enterprising as the old royal city
should have heen so backward in
providing a suitable place for public
meetings. Our Amerioan cousins
are ahead of us generally in this
respect They take great pride in
their public buildings, and it is an evidence of their social enterprise. There
oan be no enjoyment in a gathering
of human beings except they are
comfortably seated, in a pure atmosphere. Thero is no longer any excuse for putting oft'the erection of u
town hall. There is at least one
very good central lot owned by the
eity for that purpose. A properly
planned building could bo made remunerative, so that thore need be no
hesitation in setting to work at once
and preparing to put up a suitable
building. ■ '* ■'< .-.' t**•'-   '
There is another public convenience that should bo provided without delay, that is almost as necessary for. social wellrbeing as. anything that could .be imagined, and
that is a public park or grounds for
an every day's leisure stroll, besides
a healthful pleasuro resort ond recreation grounds. Many would be
benefitted by the better opportunity
which would thus be given for a
survey of our surrounding landscape
beauty, and we havo many points of
vantage, which; with a little judicious expenditure, could be made
publio gardens indeed, and not in
name ouly. The Crescent is a notable instance of a ratli6i* neglected
" garden." It has natural qualities
that make it susceptible of being
made a most charming public resort.
As it is, it is of very little use. aud
can hardly be said to be ornamental.
The subject of terracing lho Crescent and putting it into good shape
generally hns been called attention
to more than once by correspondents
and by this paper. These grounds,
if cleared up u little and formed into
terraces (the work could be done
mostly by the ohaiiigang) would be
one of the most beautiful spots in1
the city. The view, whether at
morning, noon or evening, is most
enchanting. The gulf, the river,
the snow-capped mountains, die undulating hills and valleys, present a
scene for the artist's pencil almost
unequalled. The public park of
nearly a hundred aeres which the
provincial government lately conveyed to the oity should be improved
and adorned so as to be a park in
reality ns well as in name. A great
future is before this oity. A new
state of things is impending, and the
people of the royal city must adjust
themselves to meet it. We shall
shortly bo a city in every sense
of the word, and no small factor to
this end will be the providing at
once of this generally recognized
want of oities everywhere—beautiful
and convenient public grounds for
breathing places and for pleasure resorts.
The city has other manifest
wants, such as n sewerage system,
public water works, u city market,
and goneral street improvements.
All these things will cost money.
The ordinary revenue will provide
for some; others, suoh as the city
hall and market, can easily lie made,
when once established, sources of
revenue, and will thus repay outlay
directly. The water works and sewerage will call for .something over
what can be supplied by the ordinary revenue. But nil these we
must have und more, if we arc to
rise to a true nnd practical appreciation of the fact that wu have, as a
city, taken a new lease, launched, as
it wore, upon a prosperous sea of
vast possibilities. But if we are to
take full advantage of the great tidal
wave, of which we already feel the
swell, we must look upon it merely
as an auxilliary to our advancement,
because, liko all waves, it must have
its ebb as well as its flow. We will
not for a moment depreciate the vast
advantages of such an impetus as the
Southern Railway will give the fortunes of this city and district, but
the citizens of Westminster will do
well if they maintain their reputation for energy, enterprise, and self-
reliance by going straight ahead to
improve their opportunities and develop their resources on every hand,
just as if the future of the eity depended upon eaoh one of these,
equally with the railway.
Children Cryfor PitchertCistoria
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"We have been using Parmeloe's Pills,
mid lind them by far the best Pills we
ever lined." I'or Delicate, anti Delnlita-
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charm. Taken in small doses, the effect
is both a tonic and a stimulant, mildly
exciting the secretions of the body, giving
tone and viijor.
Excellent Fan Property
DEING 101 ACRES OF N.E. % OF HKC.
15 20, Township 12, New Westminster
IJlKtrict,
Tlie will Ih ulluvliil deposit on a suit-
wtrHMiin of olny and 1* very rich. A new
Hani h on tliu property. Ten acres are
iili'ler cultivation, l.'i acre-* partially
cleared, thn balance t~'i avren) In covered
wltli vine muple and alder and Is easily
cleared. The Lillooet river paeses along
lis northern boundary. Distance from
Pari Haney lallway station, ii miles; distance from school house, J_-mlle.
Thin valuable property will he sold at a
bargain.  Apply lo
John fitzpathick,
Ou tbe Premises,
Port Haney P. 0. dwJly24mIK
NOTICE,
HIH HONOUR THE  LIEUTENANT-
Governor has been pleased to make
the following Rules of Court:—
1. There shall bo a vacation In the Su-
nietne Court from tin; 20th day of August
io the 2Mb day of Heplembor, 1888, both
days inclusive, during which vacation no
pleading shall he delivered or cnuso tried.
2. Nothing in these rules shall Interfere with the delivery of pleadings,or trial
of causes triable,or proponed tol*tried,
elsewhere than nt Victoria, New Westminster or Nanalmo,
.'(. Nothing In these rulof. filialI Interfere
with trials In vacation when such trials
have heen ordered before the commencement of .such vacation, nor with any trial
Uio hearing whereof hns been begun before the commencement of such vacation,
nor with the delivery of anv judgment
where nueb matter bun been argued before the coranienceini'tit. of the mention,
nor with the taxation of costs and the
Hlicning of Judgments.
4. Nothing In these mien M.all interfere
with applications for Jurlgmnnt under
Rule 7fiof the Supreme Court Rules, 18**,
a. Nothing in these rules shall interfere
wltb the right of appeal tothe Divisional
Court from any Interlocutory nnler.or tho
refusal of any lnierlooutoiy order.
il. These rules may be cited as the "Long
Vacation Rules, 1888,"
By Command,
JNO, ROIWON,
Provlnolal Secretary.
Provincial Secretary'! Office,
1st August, 1888, dauliwl
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I havo used Ayer's Hair Vigor for a
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hair began to turn gray. I commenced
using the Vigor, jind was surprised at
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BY-LAW^ NO.--
A By-law to Provide for an
Adequate Ferry Boat Service.
-TTTHEREAS IT IS DESIRABLE TO
: VV provide, for the operation of the
Ferry for which a license was granted to
the Corporation of tho Citjr of New
-Westminster and the Corporation of the
District of Burrey by letters patent bear-
ing il ato the Sovelitli day of Ootober, 1883.
And Whereas for. the purpose aforesaid it is expedient to raise by way of
loan the Bum of 875,000 upon the credit
of tho. aaid City.
Asu Whereas it will require the som
of 88,000.00 to be raised annually by
special rate for payiug the debt intended
to be hereby created and the interest
thereon,
Ani> Whereas the amount of the
whole ratable property of the said Corporation according to the last revised Assessment Holl is 1802,511.00.
Anii Whereas for paying the interest
and creating an equal yearly sinking
fund for payinp the principal ot tho said
debt intended to be hereby created according to the "Municipality Act, 1881,"
an annual special rate of seven mills on
the dollar will be required,
BE IT THEREFORE ENACTED by
the Mayor and Council of the Corporation of the City of New Westminster, as
follows:
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of
the said City to raise by way of loan from
.any person or persons or body or bodies
corporate who may be willing to advance
tho samo upon the credit of tho Debentures hereinafter niontioncd a sum of
money not exceeding in tho whole the
sum of 875,000.00, anil to cause the same
to bo paid into the hands of the Clerk of
of the said Corporation for the purpose
aud with tho object hereinbefore recited.
2. It shall be lawful for the said Mayor-
to cause any numbor of Debentures to be
made for such sums of money as may be
be required, noti,,lfis than 8609.00,
and each and all such Debentures shall
be sealed with the Common Seal of the
said Corporation, and signed by the
Mayor.       -r, .,
II. The said Debentures shall be made
payable in 50 years from the dato hereinafter mentioned, for this by-law to take
effect at the office of the Clerk of the said
Corporation at the City Hall, NewWestmlnster, and shall have attached to them
coupons for the payment of the interest.
4. The said Debentures shall bear interest at tbe rate of six per oent. per annum from the date thereof, which interest shall be payable half-yearly at the
offioe of the said Clork.
5. For the purpose ol forming a sinking
fund for tho payment of the .aid Debentures and the interest to become due
thereon an equal special rate of seven
mills on the dollar shall, in addition to
all other rates, be raised, levied and collected in each year npon all ratable property within the said City of New Westminster during the continuance of tho
said Debentures, or any of them.
0. The said moneys shall be expended
in providing for the construction of au
efficient Steam Ferry suitable for transferring tlio rolling stock of auy Railway
Company which now is or hereafter during the term for which tho said license
was grunted or any extension thereol
may lie constructed within the Province
of British Columbia, and also passengers,
horses, wagons, cattle and heavy freight
across the Fraser River within the
boundaries mentioned in the said letters
patent, »nd in securing the operation of
the said Fori y adequately nnd sufliciently
for the requirements of the publio service
in such manner and upon such terms and
conditions as the Council ot the said Corporation mny by resolution at any tlnjc
or from time to timo direct.
7, It shall be lawful for the said Cor.
poration from time to time to re-purchase
any of the Baid Debentures at such price
as shall in each case be mutually agreed
upon, and all Debentures so t-e-purchascd
shall be forthwith cancelled and no reissue ol Debentures or any Debentures
shall lie made in consequence of such re
purobaae.
8. This By-law shall before the final
passage thereof receive the assent of the
Electors of tho said corporation In manner
provided by the "Municipality Act,188I,"
and shall tako effect aud come into force
the Thirtieth day of August, 1888.
This By law may l» cited as the "Ferry Service By-law, 1888."
By-law read the first time on the 20th
day of July, A. D. 1888.
By-law read the second time on tho
20th day of July, A. D. 1888.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE
is a true copy ot tbe proposed By-
Law upon which the voto of the Municipality will be taken at tho following
places in the City of New Westminster;
That is to say,—
In St. Andrew's Ward, at the Royal
City Planing Mill Co's premises, being
tbe old Doin. S. Mi Co's office, Kiel-aril
street, in the said city.
In St. fleorge's Ward, at the Council
Chamber, Columbia street, In the aaid
oity,
Iu St. Patrick's Ward, at the Pavilion,
Albert Crescent, in the Bald city.
Oo the 7th day of August, 1888, between the hours of 10 o'olook In the fore-
not* and 4 o'olock in the afternoon.
■ vj.i.MW'Srttffc*,
Jytftd C. M. C.
BY-LAW NO.-
A By-law to aid Individuals or
a Company who shall establish n Foundry and other
Works within the limits of
the City of Kew Westm luster
o r immediately adjaeent
thereto.
WHKREAS it In in desirably to secure tlie location of a Foundry
aud oilier worka for the manufacturing
and repairing ot the rolling-stock whicli.
may be or now is usml by the New Westminster Southern Kuilway Company or
other Railway Companies within the
Province of Britisli Columbia, and tor
the making ami repairing of such appliances and things as may lie requisite for
the maintenance and operation nf any such
Railway;
And Whkrkah it is expedient to grunt
for the said purpose liy way of bonus, six
per cent, debentures ot the City of New
Westminster to the amount of $75,000,
aud by exempting from all Municipal
taxation for 25 years the said "works and
the property to be used therein;
And WHBRKAB it will require the bum
of §6,000, to be raised annually by special
rate for paying the debt intended to be
hereby created aud the interest thereon;
And Whrrkas the amount of the
whole rateable property of the said Corporation, according to the last revised
assessment roll, is $862,-51 1 ;***
And Whkkkas, for paying the interest
aud creating an equal yearly sinking
fund for paying the principal of the said
debt intended to be hereby created according to the "Municipality Aet, 1881,"
an annual special rate of seven mills on
the dollar will be required.
Now, Thkhkfork, tbe Mayor and
Counoil of the City of New Westminster
enact as follows:
1. For the purpose aforesaid it shall bo
lawful for the said Mayor to issue debentures of the paid City for th« sum of
$75,000 of lawful money of Canada in
denominations of. not less than $500.00
each, and the said Debentures shall be
sealed with the common seal of the
said Corporation und signed by the
Mayor.
2. The said Debentures shall be made
payable in 50 years from the date hereinafter mentioned for this bylaw to take effect, at the ollice of the Clerk of tho said
Corporation, at the City Hall, Now Westminster, and shall havo attached to tbem
coupons for the payment of the interest.
3. The said debentures shall bear interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum from the date thereof,- which interest shall be payable half-yearly at the
office of the sain Clerk,
4. For the purpose of forming a sinking fund for tlie payment of tbe said de-
lientnres und the interest to become due
thereon au equal special rate of seven
mills on the dollar shall, in addition to
all other rates, bo raised, If vied and collected in each year, upou all ratable
property within tbe said City of New
Westminster, dm ing the continuance of
the Baid Debentures or any of tbem.
5. Tbe said Mayor shall not issue the
said Debentures or any of them until after
the Council of the said Corporation shall
bave passed a resolution requesting bim
so to do, and he shall hold the Bala Debentures after the issue thereof, upon
trust, for the said Corporation, until tbe
said individuals or company shall liave
entered into au Agreement with the said
Corporation for tne orection, maintenance and operation of the said-works in
such manner and upon such terms and
conditions us the said Council may, by
resolution, approve of, and upon the further trust to pay over the said Debentures to the said individuals or Company
in such manner and at such time or times
as tlie said Counoil may by resolution at
any time or from time to tlmo direct.
(i. The said Council shall not authorize
any of the said Debentures to be paid
over to the said individuals or Company until thoy shall have given to the
said Counoil satisfactory evidence of
being possessed of the capital requisite
for the erection, maintenance and operation of the said work, und, if a Company,
of being in bona fide working operation;
nor until after security shall havo been
given to tho satisfaction of tbo uid
Counoil for the performance by the taid
Individuals or Company of the conditions
to be contained in the said agreement.
7. The said agreement shall provide
for the ereotion of the said works either
within the limits of the said city or immediately adjacent thereto and North
of the Fraser River, and that the same
shall cost not less than $75,000 and shall
have continuously employed therein a
sufficient number of men to operate the
same efficiently at all times.
8. The said works and the premises
whereon thu same may he erected, as
provided for by the paid agreement aud
the property to bo used therein shall lie
exempt from all taxation by the said
Corporation for the term of twenty-five
years from the completion of the said
works.
9. It shall be lawful for tbe said corporation, from time to time to re-purchase any of the said Debentures at such
price as shall in each oase lm mutually
agreed upou, nnd all Debehtures so repurchased shall be forthwith cancelled,
and no re-issue of Dultcnturcs, or any
Debentures, shall be mado in consequence
of such re-purchase.
10. This Bylaw shull, before the final
passage thereof, receive tbo assent of the
electors of the said Corporation In tho
manner provided by the " Municipality
Act, 1881,"and shall take effect and come
Into force on the Thirtieth day of August, 1S88.
11. This Bylaw may bo cited as the
"Workshops Bonus Bylaw, 1888."    ,
By-law lead tbe Brst time ou the 20th
day of lulyA.D., 1888.
By-law read the second time on the
20th day of July A.D., 1888.
NOTICE.
11AKB NOTICK THAT THK ABOVE
. is a true copy of the proposed By*
Iaw upon which tho voto of the Municipality Mill be taken at the following
places in thu City of New Westminster;
That is to say,—
In Ht. Andrew's Ward, at the Royal
City Planing Mills Co's premises, being
the old Dom. S. M. Co's office, Richard
streot, in the said city.
In St. Coorge's Ward, at the Council
Chainl>er, Columbia Btreet, in the said
oity.
in St. Patrick's Ward, at tho Pavilion,
Albert Crescent, in the said city.
On the 7th day of August, 1888, be-
tween the boms of 10 o'clock in the forenoon and four o'clock in the afternoon.
•Iamb. A. KomssoN,
jy27td C. M. C.
HAVING 'AN $WBIjftoi-J£.WHlpH
''imiii|rts"me fo ctimpete torn place
and name amongst Westminster's business men, I have purchased tlie stoek of
Henry Kells, nnd having refitted the store
will this weel*: open n large and well-
selected stock of NEW QOODS, direct
fioin the best Houses In Canada, nnd wllh
fair dentins and close attention to business 1 hope to merit the patronage of my
frlemlNiuid the public at large.
P. H.-CBu.om Work In alfl-s branches
neatly and promptly attended ta
•VReraember the place, Wintbmute's
Bi.(M-K-Sigii of the Buffalo,' ilwaullc •*.
MAJOR & PEARSON
Real Estate Brokers nnd
Financial .Incut*.   U
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life  Association of
Toronto.
Hoyal and Lancashire Tire Insnr*
ance Companies.....
ns-Vfilimble Lots for sale In the City,
nud District of Weslmlnsler; nnd choice'
Lou; in thu ('Ily of Vancouver.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city or
rural property should communicate wltb
us.
Olllees: Bank of B.C. building, opposite
postoffice, Westminster, nnd Hastings Ht.,
Vancouver. dwaplflto
NOTIOE.
VTOTICK 18 HEKEBY GIVEN THAT
JJH we liave jipplle.l to the Minister of
(Tie Interior for ri license tn out timber on
the west'/, of Heel Ion iW, the northwest){
nl section!*', ln Township 2, uml Seotion
HO, Blook 6 Nortli, Range One West, all
situated In New Westminster District.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MIMA OO.
W Limited),
, A. Dtii-rcAs.
Kew West., July 26,1888. dJlyMBil
IjTOTIOB.
AT.L PARTIES INDEBTED TO THE
"London Arms" up lo the Uth .inly,
1888, are respectfully m. nested to pay the
amount of such indebtedness to
C. LAMBERT,
Proprietor.
New West., Jnly '20,1HS8. dJlyMml
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
-- COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
tk- Hntls'iiolliii suannlcerl.       daplStc
Vi.e__«xo-»^Bx.z.
DRESSMAKING
'At MISS JENNINGS',
(Late ok England)
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
NKW WESTMINSTS1
, •w-tfatlsftictljon guaranteed.. „ |fwle7to
IsTOTZaiEL
NOTICR IS HEHKBY GIVEN THAT
■W days nftcr iliMuwc Intend making
iipnllcatloii to thii Chief < ommitslon'erof
Lauds and Works foraluaso fur-limber-
ing purposes of tho following described
lands situate on Vancouver Island, east
shore, described ns follows:
Com incur, iik uttlio southwest eornerof
the lease claim How held bv us, whicli
corner is about one utile south of flic hdttd
of Slella Lake. Ih-t-noP'as f6l|ow*>i* Knnt 10
i-hnlii*. smith* IWI cliAlm?, east lfl chains,
south 40 chains, cast -ill dirt Ins. south I'Ju
elinlns, west St) chiilns, nouUi'So chains,
went XObhulns, south 40 chains, west 'JOO
chains, north 10 cli*ilnn, west 80 chains,
norlh _0 chains, west H> chains north -ISO
ehninH,*-morp'or Ies**), IO; ibe southwest
vonit'i* df'tlre- HflsLlmt**' Sawmill Co.*s
c>altn; llience east HO chains, south .40
chains, east 100 chains, sou h 80 chains.
t-iis' 101) chatus to the west boundary at
dalm now held by tis; theuco soutli -10
chains, more Or less, to. point commencement. Said descrihed lands aontftlning
22.00) acres be the same more or less. ,
New Westminster, July lltb, 1888.
HOYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited)
By their Agent* ':        '        '*'
djyllml   , . (.iiaui.tm E. Woons.
JUST ARRIVED
Per C. P. R.
TIMETABLE
Str. "Gladys,"
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, WILL
leave for Chilliwhack and waypbiceH
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 7 a. in., returning on the following days. For all further Information
apply on hoard, orto
W. P. TOWNSEND,
dmyOtc On the Wharf,
Administrator's Notice.
/nrethe Estate of WILLIAM FRANCIS -UOXSISON, late of New Westminster, H6teliseeper,Deceased Intestate,
All persons Indebted to the utiove Estate must pay the iimounts of llrclr Indebtedness, forthwith, (o the UNin:n-
sioneii, and all persons having claims
against the same must send tliem lit, duly
proven, on or before Saturday the Ilth
day of August proximo, at 12 o'clook,nooo.
W. II. FAUMNG,
d|lylltd Administrator.
A « mrni T. N. HIBBEH -r CO., Vlelorln.
Ij dwoedyl
THE LA11GK8T AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK QF
English, French, Soitoh,
and Irish
SUITINGS
Kver Shown In New Westminster.
Wcstot'Engln nd Browlclcillis
mid Doeskins aud Fancy
Trousering.
J. S. MANSON,
Columliln St., Il|i;i. MeKenile Bl.,
NEW WKST.M'INSTRlt,' KC'
ilnplSto
NOTICE.
One Thousand Dollars Reward
"DUBTJC NOTICE W HKltEIJY OIVEN
JT "(bat a reward or 81000 will bo given
by*t!ie ProyladHl Government for sqcli
Inform>«tInn na shall lend to ihe appro-
lieiision nnd conviction of lln1 persons
concerned In lho robbery of llie British
Columbia Express Company's Shi go, nn
the Cariboo road, on Saturday the &)tli
day of June lust.
JJSO. ROBSON,
Provlnclnl Secretary.
Provincial Secretary'.-! Offlco,
Vlctorln, Uth July, 13.8. UJIylRml
-W.E. FALES,
PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER.
. Embalming s Specialty.
Dealer In Wooden ami Dietetic Burial CaeketH. Funerals conctnctctt,
A full 'Ine of Coflin Trimmings always on
hand. PnrMcHnt. ailtKlanct- supplied at
Bhartest notice. HnilKfiicilon guaranteed In every particular,
ttwucitc. Columiia St. New West.
Rooms to Let
(FURNISHED)
Within Three Minutes of the
Post Oflice.
ROOMS ALL NEWLY   FURNISHED,
single or en suite,   For lull particulars, apply to
MRS. E. t*. STIRSKY,
ColuTOtria Ptrrct.
dJe27io       Opp. Ronirrn Catholic Obr-rclr.
C. E. WOODS k... mrni,
Uno Svnim.     -       Hotaiy fmut.
Ms-taSyit
LAND SURVEYORS,
AND CONVEYANCEKS.
•A-CKEJCTTS  3TOR
FIRE.-The Wenteru of Toron to.Tlie *Ut-
nn, The City of London, and The Hartford.
•L1FE.-The Now York Life Insuranoe Co.
ACCIDKNT-ThoTravelleri'of Hartford
Lnnd 8 iirvtylng ln all Its t-ranelien accurately und promptly carrled-out.
City and Suburban Lands f«r laic*
Wu nan show a complete llut of dcalrable
local lllea.
Farming Lands. Improved and unlm-
prove i, throughout the dlilrlot.
Mining and other Stoek bought and
HOllI,
Money lo Loan on flrst mortgage at
low rateH.	
TSLEVKONB CALL No. 38.
P, O. Dha wkh W.
W00DB.TtKNBR4GAMI.LI.,
Office, Elumd-i Blook,   -  Colim-ua Stiiet
nkw westminster.
d mil Uio
FOB.J3A1.E.
House tt Lot
CORNER BLACKWOOD AND CARNARVON STREETS.
One of tho Finest locations iu the City,
Jk. FAX-tlMC
OF THREE HUNDItED AND T*EN- .
TV ACRES.
House, Burn; 40 acres fenced and under
cultivation.
pBiaii,a«,ooo.
§1000Cash; Balance on long time.
Jk. FAX-tAdC
OF TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY ,
ACRES.      ,
100' acres good Prairie; Balance easily
cleared.   Oood Barn and other Improvements.
Pari down; Balance !on time.
Also-a nnmhor of WACOM*. Baggies. Slclt'lis, HurneHS, Cattle,
Morses, &c. .
CALL ON Ok ADDRESS
HENDERSON MPS.,	
iljellte CHILLI-HAC!?,
This Space is Reserved
P. PEEBLES'
FUBJVlTOltK ADV,
North British and
Mercantile
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Aatborlied Capital, • £.1,000,000
Sikierlbcd " • 1,500,000
Paid up, •     0J5,OOO
Fire Kid* 4 Enerves, a»
at 31st Deo., 1987,       -      1,188,111
Kerenuo Tire Branch,     I ,.111,314
t^-Rates aa Low aa any other
reliableCompany doing business in British Columbia.
J. Q. JAQUES,
Agent (or Kew Westminster City and
District. , rlji'.ito
Harrison HoUpriiigSiB.C,
HEALTH AND l'l.EASURK RK8011T.
STKAH, SA11. * HOW BOATB ON HAND
Hwlninlng, Vapor nnd Private nallis,
With exiiLTli'iiireil Attendants.
LADIES   DEPARTMENT  SEPARATE.
Terms) 91.90 to 13.00 per day.
Ouly ft miles from A_o.sU Station, O. P.
R.  Reduced B. R. and steamboat rates.
Rffinnlon rates good for ID days from
Westminster to AgasatR '.Station, und return, it), Saturday excursion rate, good
until following Monday, fffl.HI.  Comfort-
able Stages meet all trains, Tlcketa can
be obtained at R. II. offlco.     dapBMaw
Wm. A. Oashwood-Jonss
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
Fits Mais
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
rljo.lto
_?_EIC__3_iTI_X:
IjCIITIi 1VI
OOKFANT
OP   LONDON,    ENGLAND.
One of the Oldest and Best
Companies in the World.
POLICIES ISSUED  AT   THE Lowest rates, and no combination with
nny othor Companies.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
dJeSml AuirNT.
L
FIRE INSURANCE CO'Y.
CAPITAL,
$»,£00,000
POLICIES EFFECTED AND ALT.
{-Inimti pit lit without, reference lo miy
oilier olllri-, by (hu Goneral Agents in
Victoria.
Aoents i.v Svw Westminster.
MESSRS. W.J. WALKER & CO'Y
H, HANK BUILDINGS.
dwmyl8to
POUT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hnnd Id g*e.it
variety.
Everything flrut-cla-jjs and furnished in
good snaps.
•*a_.Heiid 15 otn, for vnlunbleSO-pnge Descriptive Catalogue with o beautiful colored ptatCB,  Price Lists sent free,
G. W. HENRY,
dwdeUHo Port Hammond, to. C,
City Laundry
joiT'Qiri,
HAVING LEASED AND FITTED IIP
a Hhop on Italian Street, nearly opposite Mr. wine's Stable, In now prepared
to undertake the work of a
General Laundry.
Competent men employed, and work
!:uaranteed. Having engaged a Wngon
or delivery, clothes will lie delivered
promptly In any part of the city. First-
class references given if required. A (rial
order solicited. Prices will he found ns
low as in any flrst-class establishment-
Families takeu ut speolal rates.
■f-TOnlen may be loft at Mr. Dickinson's
Butcher Shop, ColumblaBt. dJa5to
AUCTION SALE
 OK——
Real Estate!
By order of the Mortgagee.
I WILL SELL BY PUBLIO AUCTION
at the iralnnlnl Hotel, New Westmin.
ster, the following parcels of land, vis:
Lots 3, 4, 9, IU, 19, 16. being Bnb-
dlTlslone of Lot 1, Bloek X, Slew
Westminster City.
The S. _.!( oflee. HO, Township 8,
Also a. W. '/, of Sec. 80, Township S,
Mew Westminster District*
Sale will take place at 8 o'clock Hominy
Hveala-o September iom, I SHS.
TERHS OABH.
T. J. TRAPP,
au8td Auctioneer.
M.A.McRAE.
Merchant Tailor,
**ISHES TO INFORM THE  PEOPLE
OF NEW WESTM IN8TER THAT HE
IS PREPARED TO EXECUTE
ALL ORDERS FOR
TAILORING
A FULL LINE OF
Engliirii, Scotch and Irish
Tweeds and  Fancy
Trouserings.
800U-LAR'8 OLD STAND
Columbia St.,  •  New Webihiksier,
dwmhS8to •»Tjr,Te3rwm^ii/.r--JR«p*»fm*»' owMmamnw*-*:
STARS RUPEES,
BROUiSHT'* dow^. from i'thbi^
HIGH -SPWEpE..*       .? I
A Recent Experiment In New York, When
,   Eminent Player* Took Cnpcrs' Work
—Their Dlitlneulthed Falluvo lu the
Inferior Hole*
(Copyright IW.) ...
A worse lot of BOpersthan tbosewho
drifted on and off the stage hi a notable
testimonial benefit at the Metropolitan
Opera House lu "Hamlet" hnvo nover
been cursed at and raved at by au enthusiastic stage manager. And I was
aue ot them. Thore wob a rehearsal In
the afternoon when the stage for a brief
while became tho heaven in which theso '.
itar supers wero dotted. Such a gather-
Ingl Buchafiftb-.l "Why, howaf-sybu!
Such a time since we met. I've been so
anxious to go and see you." Then quickly .
to someone on the other side: "For the
Lord's sake tell me who I'm talking to;
lie's evidently my most particular friend,
but I cannot for the lllje of me namo
him."* "I was so sorry to read you had
been so 111. How did you catch It and
what was it? Twins? Of all things in
the world, how perfectly awfull .What
improvident people we are." From the
other side. "But, my dear, she'Beyer
could act. I remember when I was playing Ophelia. By the way, I'm awfully
glad they didn't ask me to play It for this
performance. The theatre js so enoi*
mous." "There'B Mme. Ponlsi; why on
earth Isn't she' playing tho Queen*"
"Are you playing anywhere, Madame Do-
laro?" Au ambulance and Wo^dlawi),
gaze shines in the eyes of the • bystanders
as the speaker continues:. ,.*'I alwaysJt-Jv
mired you so much, ton are one of my
favorites. I.nevcrlooosightofyou." Hero
Mr, GoaLcher, thocolcbrateiVscptUeartlEt,
comes up, glares at two ladies ivho are
Rented, nml yells straight in thoir' faces:
"Can't anyone find a chair for MndumeDo*
larof*' To me: "Whataslmine.audyouso
ill. The idea of your not having a chair."
The ladfeB remain imperturbable; disre-,
gard Hr. Qontcher'o gentle inv |umdo. Hff
then p'roceedii"to rtimlnu mis ho\y ho
painted the scenes for my first production
at my own theatre iu London, "Court*
Indies ou the stage," calls tho stage mau-
ager, We troop down and supportMr.
l.ootli, look at him with an expression betokening, "Vou ought to he very much
flattered, you are indeed a privileged person to be allowed to head such a galaxy1
of talent." Then each star who has tho
honor of Mr. Booth's personal acquaintance steps up and gossips a bit with an
air of superiority over tho other planets
who are planted a long way from the
sun. Here a new arrival says to a mau,
"I hear you are going to -star nextseason;
' I observo a hazy halo around your head."
"More like around his chln/'sayp Mary
Selten, calling attention tondny'sgrowth
of scrubby beard which adorns the faco
of our prize dude, who says to u lady
) standing near, "I am very hurt at something I heard. I was told when your play
was being oast my name v;:_.h mentioned
[ and you said you would not have me for-
. anyth'.ug." "But there was uo part for
* you and—" "Here; sweetheart," says
, Bob UilHard to the lady, suddenly stop-
Ipingrecriminations. {Don't bo Jealous,
Madame: It was only Selina Dolaro to
whom this affectionate greeting was
made.) "When am I to hour the part iu
your new piny that I aiu to act?" Catli-
itIuo Rogers, Aunt Louisa Kldridge,
Kate Forsythe, Dora Gbldthwalte, May
Brooklyn, were in a frout greuji talking
about their dresses when another call
from the stage manager warned us wn
wero expected to net. "'Now, ladies, at
ihe cue, 'Our Queen,' all bow." We do so
in a loose, slipshod fashion. W-t.ani
mutual dependency society^ -■■'*-*
So eaoh star says, "When do we go on?
[ When do we go off?" "Oh, Watch the
■ then," says a comforting voice. At
I litis moment Nelson Wheatcroft passes;
'une of the group -says, "Oh, Mr. Whe»ti a
croft, I hear you're t father. What is ltff_
, Another Hamlet?" ''Ladles," laid coir-
iteous Mr. Ben Teal, tho stage manager,
["will you go and choose your dress? Up
'"our flights of stairs, to the tight" I
Jell Mr. Teal that not for the wealth of
!ho Indies oould I walk up one flight of
k tairs, so J will hunt up some rags of my
6wn. Can any one guess what that hunt
cost mt} I had my stage olothes unpacked, and they were spread in confusion before me. Dresses that had been
'lied by a comely form X threw aside
.urrledly, not daring to look at thorn *
iecondtime. flow those bits of gold em-
iroidered satin became live memories,
wringing my heart with pain at the vision
. f past glory and power that rose like intense as the faint perfume of dead powder
'ervaded the airl How I had flung off
,ue dress to rush Into another, with that
Utsterous strength which had been
filmic! With what feelings of sertala
onquostthoBe bits of poor faded tinsel
tad been donned, and now—tho crumpled
j-.iu._es strewn arouud ma were filled with
kcletona of my dead hopes) Of. all the
Irowd who looked for clothes on Monday,
■vas there one whose search wu aaetrango
ud sad as mine? ..,     —-   -
j By the way, on looking over- my rags, lt
■truck me my legitimate wardrobe waa remarkable forita paucity. Tights andsmall
Iinmentlonable garments were there ga-
Tire, but—well, at last I sewed np a man-
iluIuBed to wear in "TheSnake Charmer"
W.o a skirt, and with sundry bits ot tit-
rolderyand a largo red drapery!man*
J'cd to render myself decent.  When
farbed in this queer mixture I looked
Ike a cross between an empress ot Byzan-
Tiim B. C. anything aud a first witch In
Kiantomtme.  I dressed at home, took A
■ery expensive cab—for which I still owe
ouflding liverymen,  bless youl)—and
,-ifted on thentageon the eventful night.
was giving greetings to Mme, Modjeska
hen I remembered I had no rouge on,
id I was very much kataoniined. Some
dies were there, and I asked if I could
We some rouge., Again the stairs,
;ainlsald I could not get up.  Mme,.
odjeska took all the trouble to go
I ith me to her room, and giving me in
mrge of her maid left mo to complete
y painting. How sweetly graoclul It
ns of her to take so much trouble for
o at a moment of intense anxiety, for
>e task of acting in such a performance
'no light matter- for the nerves. The
jay began, and we, tho star supers, spent
charming evening. We held little re-
options in various cornets. Wo went ob -
I tho right time-by luck-nrnl then
ided off.       ■*-   - _*
■After the seeond aqt, a member of the
fess who wanted tb see M r. Booth came
, the stage, and looking about said,
Vhere Is Hamlet?" "There are two
liiiiIredofthemontheO.P.s1del"«aMA.
, Palmer, pointing to ull tho leading
I-ten clustered together, and certainly
■icrc was not one inau there who would
ob have made n more creditable pevfor-
mtio'o uf Hamlet than he did pf tlie cour-
lei'br Kua'rd which ho represented bit tbia
uoiision. As for the women—well, I
ave mild, I think, that we. were thewont
it of supers ever seen, and I believe I am
Igllt.   ,_.„-.,..„    SVUXADpUlO.;
CHEATING THE DIRECTORY,,
New York "SweUi" Aiold Baviac'^lisir
^■   Names Frtatotf io the t|»tof 'Cilteo'nj
'/-TTbythey OoBo.-   -
A few days ago I desired to cull upou a
youug friend who is reckoned among the
swells of New York, I haa forgotten his
address, and turned to tho directory. To
my surprise, for he had lived In the city
aU his life, and was well known about
town, his namo did not appear there. I
then hunted for tho names of several
mutual friends from whom I expected to
obtnia the desired'information; and, to
my Increased astonishment, I found that
..their names, too, wero omitted. Fortunately, I found a copy of tho "Society
List," the directory that pretends to contain the names of the elite of the city, and
In that I discovered tho object of my
Btprch..*'    .   -7 "'■;  ... '*       4   ';....A
It was while talking to my friend later
ou that I Jocosely referred to his having
been dropped from tho list of citizens.
"Why, my dear fellow," wits his reply,
"there's nothing occidental nbout that.
It is tlie result of design, and I congratu-
late.myself on having beuu clever enough
-1 o kee;) clear of those deuetdly persistent
fellows that go around collecting names."
"But what ia thunder do you want to
'keep your namo out of the directory for?"
I cried, completely mystified.
'• He langfcetyY
"It's getting to bo vulgar, old foi," ho
sold. "Itis considered moro aristocratic
now-a-ityywiufcto havo yonr name sandwiched in with albt of ordinary people.
The gentleman of to-day ia a traveler. Ho
has many residences, and prefers to have
it thought that he is moving about from
one to another. Anyhow it is an established fashion and rapidly growing
among the select."'    *-*■
My friend, who wonld be a Unit-class
follow if he had nut been wi-iUthy audi-,
meinbor of a vi'iy fast Vet, iiiitftiaWl
many other reasons for thu desire of tliu
dude to bo Unknown to thu common
herd, Some of them were; i_.oresulMt.ui-
tlal than those iili-biidy cjuot'ed. Many
.swells, like Mr. Evamler Hurry Wall, the
ex-King of Dudes, und young j Howe U Os-
ilior_i,'-whosporit;a* fortuaBaliuoHt'ij-tott)
he had:left,his swmldling clothes, were
annoyed by. those horrid follows, du-
frauded tradesmen. ''li their names were
not in the directory and they had conveniently ordered tlieir articles to b_ sent.
to another ndiIreKS.it would bo (liflk-ulb
for the persiaten t creditors to make themselves as annoying As if it were otherwise, .. . 1   j,   :! '...; .
Then there were unpleasant acquaintances who might bo all right when met
about town—in V,*.e billiard room, the
gambling hall or the hotel corridors—but
whom it wouldn't do to havo culling at
one's own quarters with, the possuv-Hty of
.meeting there avtno pfjthosj ei^uipntly
I' 'lUgh-toned friends who jire the iMcftp-a ot
society. Another reason, am!'* tins is
really a very strong one, Is to avoid jury
service. To 'be compelled to servo on a
w together with a lot of honest,
every-day citizens, perhaps to be locked
up in a room wilh them- over night,
would indeed be terrible. To the gilded
youth, or even tho gray-whiskered rounder, this would bo a sore affliction, full of
humiliation.
■ Think of Ward McAllister, the self-
styled leader of the 400 who are said to
form the really exclusive top-notch circle
of our society, ns a member of a jury to
try a horse thief. Think of tlm shock to
that high-strung and sensitive frum.
-when the nowspapers rccoriMhis daily
appearance uud speculated upon the workings of his delicate brain)
. After duly pondering over this new
freak of our male aristocracy I Investigated further* I fouud that a source of
grief to many of the nobs was the fact that
they had not been able to keep theiruames
from the collectors. This was especially
bo with the moat prominent. Ward McAllister for Instance, occupying tho lofty
position that he does, was too well-known
tooscape. He managed to keep out his
down-town address, however, and nobody
will learn through the directory that tha
great society man is, like ex-King Berry,
the agent for a champagne house whioh
he booms among his friends in return for
a priucely salary. ' Nevertheless thin Is
said on high authority to be the fact.
Tom Howard, Mr. McAllister's rival, and.
tho leader of that very aristocratic body,
tho Juvenile Patriarchs, alio a shining
light in the Knickerbocker and Calumet
clubs,has beeu more fortunate. Hiscon-
necLiou with a leading wine house re-
mains undivutged as does also the fact
that he le a resident o|New York, for his
name does not aptuar at all. Neither docs
that' of C. Hay ward McAllister, who is
fast gaining bis father's laurels. George
K. Fearing, who recently made a tour of
the world iu a most sumptuously appointed yacht and who had engaged beautiful palaces ln Japan and India as res*
ing places for his party, ts anether ofthe
fortunate ones.    • *
Plerro T. Barlow, J. Lawrence Breeze,
S. Crosby Carroll, Alexander Butler Duncan, all swells ond all clubmen, are a few
of the many who do not appear Intho
record of our' citizens. Many who have
been unable to keep their names out altogether havo succeeded at least, In con-
coating their business addresses, and many
ethers have glveu to the world only their
country residences. These last hare to a
large extent accomplished their object
inasmuch as they can thus avoid most of
thu evils alleayd to be connected with
citisoUHhlp In New York. At the eamo
'time allot them live here thi greater part
of the year, nnd ouly occaeionaUy visit
country homes. ? John Hoc
l* ilili ■—■.■i   ...,«   ■ .-ml   '*•'
ADDING UP THE ROUNDS.   .
Hon > Tew Drlaks •V*y 1MII Bu v,
toB.ttrtili>TI-^. ,      *'
'. "Iftw many driults oi w_li*.-ao-/mi
nvtrrage tt tiny?" sniil on. Keotl.DiaD to
another, rs tlipy woro oujoylDg » social
glass at a restful resort yesttrday alter.
Booni ,        ". •' *> ;l
"Oil', tnkluii the year room], I pnlnme
my average would lm about ton a ilay."
"And how loo,- Iras Ihli been going
on!"
"Straight along (or twenty yeara. 1
guess, but it never hurt rue Rny, anil 1
can attciiil to my business just aa well as
1 ever could." - -
* "llut how much whiskey, taking your
own statement for It, ilo you suppose you
have drunk during that time?"    . .   _
"I'm sure I'don't knm., F never
thought uhtnit that." .    (
"Well, let u» take anotterni, ami then
llguro on It'," nud they did, and here is
tlio result of their work:
"Ten drinks it (lay would be TO drinks a
week, or 9,050 drinks III a year. In 90
years that would givo llieenonnoiuoum-
ber of rJ.OOO drinks. Now, the ttvertige
drink tukon In this country la aaid to be
60 In it gallon. Then divide thia 73,000 by
00, and yoli will find that you hav* con-
■limedI,'ililgallon:,nmln fraction. Divide
1,9111 liy 30 and you will And that yon have
drunk Just nbout 34 b.irrelaof tha alulf."
Tbo old toper lookurl at the Agures and
then nt hla friend, and than remarked:
"well, lot'a take ouo mon, and tlm I'll
give my stomach a rest (or t day ot two."
Scrofula
In one of the must fatal sconrgos which
afflict mankind.. It is often Inherited,
but may be the result of improper vaccination, mercurial poison, unoleanliness,
and various other cuusci. Chronic Sores,
Ulcers, Abscesses. Cancerous Humors,
aud, in some cases, Emaciation and Consumption, result from a scrofulous condition of the blood. This disease can he
cured by tho mo ot Ayer's SarsaparUla.
Iinheritedascrofulous condition of the
blood, which caused aderangement of my
whole system. After taking less than
four bottles of Ayer's SarsaparUla I am
Entirely Cured
and, for the pnst year, have not found It
neceHNary to use any medicine whatever.
I am now in better health, and stronger,
than i-yer before,—O. A. Wlllard, 2tf
Tremout st., Jloston, Mass.
I was troubled with Scrofulous Sorei
for live years; but, after using a few
bottles of Ayer's SarsaparUla, the sorei
liealod,undI have now good health,*-*
Klizahv.tii Warnock, Hi Appleton atreet,
Lowell. Muss,
Some months upo I- was troubled witl
Scrofulous Sores on my leg. The limt
was badly swollen and inflamed, and tht
•lores (Uncharged largo quantities ot offen-
rive mattor. Every remedy failed untt
I used Ayor's SarsaparUla. By taking
throe, liottlos of this medicine the boxce
havo been healed, and my health Ib re
, stored. I am grateful for the good It hai
[lone me.—Mrs, Ann O'Briau, 158 SulU
ran st.( Now York. *' ft
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. Sold' by all Bnrjglils. I VAcc »1; (Si __tli_i,«i
1888.
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MACHINERY
HAVING LATEtiY INOREA^EDOTTR
conueetloti In Hie I-.ast *iiui else.
wliere very c<MiBl{lcrably(WL-av(-'hi .". io*
Hlllon tci give priorn on nny elans oi Mn-
rlilncry tlmt nwy lu-it-qitlretl, IneliHiUigi
Mnrlne nnil Htntlonnry KiikIiks nml !!nll-
era, pinners, MaMicr* nml  Mimlihrs.
Hnzf I'lnin rs, W.miiI l.iiiiu'c, rami
Hiiwn, Blind Ma.-hlni'ry, iinnut'
lAltieH, Bliaplnu Mu-hln- s,
HliliiKli'Mii^l.lm-s, l.-ilh
Machine-*; a lioiiii-**,
Two,Three and Four Block Clr.ni.iir Haw
.  Mills, Band Haw Mill*, Porlaldft Kn-
' -.Ini'is and BollerH, nud  Molsiin»
Kiiglnen.   Also, John H.-itnim
A Hons- anil The T/utdou
Tool Oon Imti Wotkliig
Machinery.
Brick Machines and emitters of oltlior
the Martin or Baird make.
Mill Supplies Of all description***, including -l.in.ulnr Saws, Solid or I»*erted
Tceili, Lubricating Oils, Hnblwr nnd
Loiiiiii-r Bolting, which we carry   In
stock,
Stenm Pumps of Hie Blake, Davidson or
KnowloK make also on hand.
M,Avlt,v,BPntenl Boiler Feeders supplied
on (ihort uotii'u,iih well as Paints nnd
Oils.A'xcS and.Edge TooIh of tho celebrated Brand innke, Wire Rope, Plumbers and Stenm Fitters Supplies, &c.
We are sole agentn In this Province for
tho JOHN DOTY Engine Co'y, whose
Marine work ennnot be excelled, as out-
(Its wo have furnished here will testify.
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ramble 9tM , qp|t, News-Advertiser!
VANOOUVKR, B. C,
dfteipto
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDEN,
TTAVINO TAKEN POS8K8810N OK
XI the "Temperance Honse," fronting
on Columbia and Churoh Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publlo
at the following rates:
Board per dny «,.........« fl 00
"      ••  week  ...; GOO
Sluxle Meals     •£
Beds *,     25
■auGood nccommodnllon for ladles and
families, my.io
Flowers for sale
NOTICE.
CuiJa life AisniMti Co,
PARTIES INSURED IN THE ABOVE
Compnny, whose ■Premiums are puy-
Hblii ill- (Custom lint ills, out) have tlm placo
of pnymenl thern.if ohHiijietl lo this city,
free or ehurg-j*i hy applying to tlio under*
Hlgned,
-v HlKki* un. n Iii HilN Icntllna l'ann<
tlian fouipniiy nl must ravurablc ral-m.
HENRY V. EUM0NDS,
lljuSIO AiiKST.
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE 8UBSCIUI1ERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Special Low Bates.
Drajiog ud All Sinds if Teaming
Done at Shortest Notice.
pryCordweed delivered to any part of
the City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
■firstnbles nearly opposite C. P. K. Depot, Columbia St., NewWestmlnster.
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ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT, DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opioilte Ihe ColonUl Haiti
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICKST
auortment ot all dowrlption. of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Cotutently on hud, and iupplrwl to Kmii.
itlei, Kcntanmnta, and Stumboati at the
LOWEST POSSIDLK PRICES.
CHINA & JAPAN
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED u lew-
(ronslgnnient of all klmln or
CELEBRATED TEA,
Kmbroldered Silk flood*,
Shawli, Scrocnt, Bed QhIIIk,
Drenlng Both,, He,, Klc.
—ALSO—   '
Porcelain, Saliuma, Clolmie,    .
Bromc, Ivorjr, Sandalwood nml
CurlOl of Every Deicrlptlon.
IMMBTID IV IWRY STEAWR DIRECT MM
CHIM AND JAPAN.
Hoping that yon will honor no with yonr
visit, we remain very respectfully yonr.,
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
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At llitlr Steam  Prlntlaa Establishment, Columbia street.
BT   MA_.r _
fnr 12 Months * jg
Pur B months J g
For fl montha a •**
I1ELIVERED IN THE CITY:
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Por 6 months  ' g
Per month      H*
Perweea      *_
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rata) to ha mad*) In advance.
ammm um m tm Miu.
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r^rffifflUS
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-"*Blrths, Marriages and Deaths, ll for each
Insertion; Funeral Notices In connection
with deaths,!) cur. eaeh;lmertlon: .
Air Una arUea, whan dlrip lnyad,eharged
25 per cent. less tban trautleiit advu, It
solid, clinrged Bt regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
Issued every WedaeMlay u.ralnc.
! roll vereil In the City, per year...... »J00
Mailed, peryear. f™
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to these rates.
Special notices among resiling mstter,
10 eti. par line each Insertion.
ralsmostbeallnietal.andforlaneeills
an aitra rata wWbt eharned.,-Ho adrfc
lnaerted lo either Issue for less tlmu tl.
. arPemoae serrdlng In 'ndvariimeiiu
should be carelril.to state whether tlrey
art to appear In the Dully Edition, or tlie
Weekly, or both.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DMT.
Drugs.....'.....'...;. .D. S. Curtis bCoV
To saw mill men.. .Win. HamllsbmoSr.
Histogenetic syrtem,._;;'.,. If. Deakisay
g.ul*.) g!i*itish Columbian
Wednesday rtv-mlal. Aag. a. Its*.
The salmon run last niiflit was very
hie, the majority ot boats averaging
about 50 fish each.
The schooner Annie, Capt. Jensen,
arrived from Seattle lBst evening. Sho
comet seeking cargo. (
The Royal City Mills have uUarteied
a large sailing vessel to load lumber
and aho is now on (ho rrmd tu thia
V_H
A ineeliiig of (lt.1 baseball club .will
be held in the Skating Kink to-morrow evening, mid eveiy member is expected to be present.    *_e_ij y\i
Ii yonr children are troubled with
worms, give tliem Mother Craves* Worm
Exterminator; safe, sure, and effectual.
Tit it, and mark tiro improvement in
yoiu* child.
Fnr removing dandruff, Ayer'n Hair
V.'., ■ has no equal. It restores faded
ami grey hair to its original color,
stimiilnws the growth of the hair,
mid '.ires it ii beautiful, glossy, and
silken appearance.
' ro was nn election in St. George's
wiu-il for school trustee and Mr. John
McKenzie was returned by acclamation.' In St. Andrew's ward Mr Marahall Sinclair was elected over Mr.
JdAhMeMyiiiSijivfa'. fl
Ayer'a Saiaaparilla Is designed for
those who need a medicine to purify
their Mood. No oilier preparation so
well meets this want. It increases tlio
appetite and rejuvenates the whole
system. Ita. record, for fprty years, is
line of constant triumph over disease.
Laat evening a telegram waa received from Victoria stating tho tenanta
must vacate the Ilamloy buildings on
Columbia atreet by the luth inat. aa
thebnildinga are to be torn down on
that date and the Hnmloy block immediately commenced. This might be
■cored as tha first result of yesterday's
voting.
The three-masted schooner Bertha
Dolbeer, Fred Fardelius master, ar-
rived from Burrard Inlet last night tn
load lumber at the Royal City Mills
for Mexico. Sharp at 8 o'clock the
work ol loading commenced, and, the
lumbar'being teidy. it is expected
she will be ablo to sail within
a week. She will carry away 400,000
feet of lumber;   <
Among the many who worked hard
and earnestly yesterday for the success
of the bonus bylaws, the ever popular
Mr. JnmeB O'Halleran, deserves special mention. I'Vnni the moment the
polls opened until thoy closed he was
as busy as a bee, collecting voters and
taking them to the polling places, and
the good work he accomplished in this
way proved of invaluable service tu the
passage of the bonds bylaws.
The directors of the Canfield luilrosd
say thoy propose tu test in the oourls
immediately whether the West Coast
lias a right without congressional act
to parallel the B. B. K. & N. Co.'s
line and cross the navigable rivers.
Senator Canfield will at once bring an
injunction suit to restrain the West
Const railroad from piling and bridging
tho Snohomish. This will bring a
mooted question to a focus.—Heveille.
Yesterday the Pacifio express was
12 hours pie and passengers for Victoria, from this city, did not know
until tod late that no train would leave
for Vancouver at the usual hour. In
consequence of this a number of people having important business in Vancouver and viotoria were unable to
keep their appointments. This man-
ner of conducting a railway service is
veiy unsatiefoetoiy and the result will
noon be that peoplo will depend un
the stages when important matiors
ra'l tliem to Vancduter. '
5*?
C^B. Hall, Grayville, 111., saym "I
have t r>'d th retail, 150 Irottles of Dr.
Tjomirs' BrJlatrtrr. On. guaronteein*'evcry
IroiSe, I must say I never sold a miiili-
r'lro :'i my Vfe tliat gave stk'li nilivorsiil
■■-.'. : (si'Mi. In hiy own oase, with a
li-'-.'v i-i-jerr^d throat,'after it physician
''.;,'..i{- ii fo'.'rsecreal days .to no.effect,.;
''''ccirloOlt.fMflri) it thoroughly in
tv.'.r';;-for.r hours, and in threatened
crono i:i'tnvohiMreii this winter, Itimver
faileii to relieve almost iauneiliately."
Children &y:fofj«^(Vit«^w
The loutkern Kallwny.
This morning at 6 o'clook two engineering parties were sent outVyMr.
Hill and have commenced work on the
dellnite location of the line. A caller
at the Company's office to-day learned
that everything Is working nicely, and
that within 10 days the "dust will be
flying" nnd the work pf construction
under way. The company line advertised for 600 men to work on tho r-wl,
but this is only a beginning and the
number will be largely increased as
construction progresses. It is evident
from this that the company aro not
going to let the grass grow under their
feet.        ^      ;■■'    . '
tatty 1'pset.
Arohdeacon Woods, while driviug
in his buggy this afternoon, iu company with a lady, eiperienced a disagreeable accident, whicli, fortunately,
however, was not so serious as it might
have been. On making n sharp turn
into Columbia street from the street
directly east of Mr. Bole's residence
the buggy was- overturned, and lho
ven. archdeacon and his companion
unceremoniously spilled. The vehicle
was badly damaged, but the horso was
not injured, and, with lliocxoeptionof
a pretty severe shaking up aud somo
temporary disfigurement of apparel by
contact with the ground, wo are happy
to state that the reverend gentleman
and his companion nre none the worse
of their hazardous mishap.
AfTald ar llie Soulliero.
It is very, evident that President
VanHorne, of the Canadian Pacific,
does not want tha Westminster people
to have a railroad to Bellingliuin-Bay.
At first VanHorne tried to soap New
Westminster people by promising to
build a road from tint oity to connect
with the West Coast; which runs
through the Nookssck Valley to Seattle. Thia they did not beed. Than
to punish them for disobedience, the
president of the great Canadian Pacific
cut oil' two trains a day which run from
the 0. P. to Westminster. Now he
threatens dire things if Westminster
dare vote a subsidy tu the Cnntield
road. It remains to lie seen whether
Westminster bus as much independence
us Winnipeg. Why is the president
of the Canadian Pacific afraid a railroad will crime to Belliiighsni Bay'!—
Whatcom MereHle.
A K.wanli gcrrlcc.
The present railway service between
this city and Vancouver is in keeping
with tho general conduct of tho. C. P.
i\. I toward. jWcstnShster. Almost
daily we hear complaint-, 'from Indies
'lhat the air of the car is unendurable
at times from overcrowding and tho
class of passengers it contains. The
service consists of a baggago, car and
an old first-class car, into which Indians, covered with vermin, Chinamen,
ladies, children and the travelling
publio in general are crowded. The
odour is sometimes bo sickening that
Indies have heen obliged to either keep
their heads out of tlie window or occupy (he platform tho whole journey
between tho two cities. Very fow
whitetnen ride in the passenger car
when they can avoid it, preferring the
fish-Lcentcd b-rggago car to the presence of a l<rt bf filthy Indiana and
celestials. A ludy, nf course, has not
this advantage and accordingly lias to
make the best of it. The service has
been cut down between tho two cities,
but no particular complaints hnvo been
heard on .that account, as llio cause of
tbe.change is too well known, but passengers object to bs cooped up with
Chinese and Indians loaded with dis.
eases, loathsome and dangerous.
The Northwest Moraseas. .
Whilo in Fort McLeod Mr, Buchanan and Senator Cochrane took occasion
to visit the Mormon settlement and
enquire into the habits of the people.
Mr. Carr, the chief man, was from
home, but Mrs. Carr, whom they described its a veiy intelligent woman,
entertained them and gave them information regarding the habits of her
people. She is aaid to be ono of the
52 children of Brigltam Young and is
not apprised to polygamy, but she says
sho is tint afraid that her husband will
ever be taken with another woman.
Sho informed the gentlomen tbat their
people had cumn to this: oountry to
obey the laws nf the land and said
that thoy were well satisfied with the'
country and that numbers more of
thoir people were coming and that tha
colony instead of growing into hundred would yet number thousands.
The good lady gave her visitors a Mormon Biblo which they have since been
studying assiduously, and if thoy do
not become converts lo the Mormon
faith it will not ljo Mia. Carr's fault.
The people generally aro making largo
quantities of butter which thoy aro
selling at 40 cents a pound. They
have hu small vices and use neither
tobacco1 nor whiskey. Thero is every
probability of thoir becoming rich iu
Ihoir new home.—Caojarr/ Trilimw.
SI
County Court.
Before Hon. Mr, Justice  McCreight.
Yea Wo vs. Ah Foo and'Wing Choo
trading as Ah Foo & Co.
The plaintiff claimed ,$521.45 fur
goods sold and delivered.
Mr. Jenns, for dofendants, contended that the plaintiff lind entered into
un agreement with the defendants to
accept from each his aim re of the whole
indebtedness and in accordance with
taid agreement plaintiff had taken the
separate notes ai the defendants for
the amount duo. The plaintiff was
therefore stopped from bringing thii
actinn.and suing on the original debt;
His lordship, after the argument,
decided tha plaintiff was right, and
gave judgment fur Ihe amount claimed
with  coats.    Mr.   Eckstein  for the
plaintiff.
- -.,i>if      ——,.
J. H. Earl, West Shcfford, 1\ Q.,
writes: "1 havo'been troubled with livor
complaint for .several. years, and have
tried different medicines with little or no
bonrfit, until I tried Ur. Thomas' Keleo-
tricOil, which gave me immediate relief,
and I would say that I have u«od it since
with the best effect. No one' should be
without it. I have tried.it un my horse
in coses of cuts, wounds, kc, audi think
•it-equally ns good for horse as for man,"
BLAZINGBONFIRES
And Bands of Music Tell the
World Westminster hns
Conquered.
A Grant! licuioastration Close.
un Eventful Day—The People Rejoice.
JiSSt evening ahcrtly «(ttsr:. 8 o'clock
the city liaml l'niircfierl down Culunibia
street tji.the Cnlouial hotel Slid.. took
their stand un Uie piulnr balcony. 'Tho
lively strains from the band soou attracted a large concourse of people,ancl
the word was pissed round that a
serenade was to be given the principals in tho railway project.' At this
time was noticed dots of tire all along
Oolumbla street as far as the eyo could
see, nnil these;, momentarily growing
brighter, finally developed into biasing
bonfires which illuminated the street
and mode it almost as bright as day.
Whon all wero burning st their bright
est the speotaclo was grand, nnd one
not to bo forgotten, for many a diiy. A
few minutes later Senator Canfield,
Mr. Bl Douglas, Oapt. Bole, Col.
Sheafe, Mr. 1). Drysdale, Oapt. Scoullar, Aid; Ovons, Aid. Oalbick, Oapt.
Aldridgo, Alex. Ewen, and ti uumber
of other prominent citizens made tlieir
appearance on tbo balcony, being
greeted with cheer after cheer, iho
band playing "See' tho c'tinqiiming
hero domes.."-
Capt. Brrle ivas called oil to act as
chairman, uml in a neat, speech congratulated the people of Westminster
on tho ' glorious; success that hard attended 'the'presentation of the bonus
bylaws. He. said the duy would long
be remembered with pleasure in the
Royal Cily, and that tho spirit of enterprise nnd confidence shown by the
almost unanimous vote on the' bonus
bylaws would, be amply rewarded in
the very nuar future. Concluding
OarJt.:Bo!a ?sid: "When last I addtess-
ed you from"tliis balcony t said it was
the proudest moment of my life, haying been returned l*y you to represent
you in the house. Tn-night I f.el
prouder 3till, because I represent a
peoplo' who love freedom and progress
above everything else nud who cannot bo bullied ur browbeaton."
(Cheers). He then introduced Senator
Canfield, who vsss loudly cheered on
appearing.
Senator Canlleld said he had never
doubted for a momept thp sucooss uf
tho bonus bylaws after ho had become
acquainted with the people of Westminster. In them he found a atriotly
business people, enterprising yet cape,
f ul—ths 'lignt Mrt of men to oqMrol
tho dwCnbs of * citygiving- the »bun-
dant promise that does Westminster.
Tho immense- trade tb and from the
past must find more than one channel,
no one city could control it all. and,
therefore, Westminster being a seaport
and having connections across tho continent by overylrmsconiinental line
in America, must in .time come in for
a fair proportion of that vast trado.
The possibilities were incalculable and
It only remained with her citizen's to
continue the enterprise exhibited today. The senator cninrluJul his brilliant speech by prrying a high compliment to the liusiuess ability and integrity of the geutleincn who repre,-
sented. tbu city iii tiio negotiations for
the construction of the Southern road
with his company.
As the senator took his seat cheor
after cheer wont, up, and-,tho,crowd
sang "He's a .Inliy .flimd Fellow."..
Mr. B. Douglas, president of the
Southern Bailway, was next called
on by Capt. Bole. Mr. Douglas said
he was not n lawyer, and did, not claim
to be ablo to make a'' speech, but ho
oould assure tlio citisens of Wusiinin-
ster that he, in conjunction with his
associates, had worked earnestly and
honestly in the interests of Westminster in the railway negotiations, and
he felt proud tlie.people no /.appreciated his efforts as to pass the bonus
bylaws almost unanimously. The
negotiations to' build (he' toed hnd,
beeu long, tiresome and, at times, discouraging. Many opposing interests
had to bo met, fought hack end defeated. Rival companies threw obstacles iu their way at almost every
step', hut, aftor a hard' struggle they
had finally conqueror!, nnd the: lalwm
of many months were amply repnid by
the final results of tho duys's voting.
(Great applause).
Mr. Jos. Or Armstrong was the next
called ou by the chairman, and made
a rattling, pithy speech. The littlo
burg of Wentniiiuter, Ve snid, bad
shown to-driy that lro iji. lit lailway
company could malic a bundle of it to
aid in building up,rival citifs, Westminster had iii-t'ii threatened with extermination if wtr attempted tn build
the Southern lt->ilwny,'l-iit. lier people
wero not n'. nil dismayed. hy the
Ihrerft, an,I liml curried 'their inton-
(ions lulu r-ll'tcl, r.nrl pn Imriii w, uid
result if !.'i-pen, Ic sleek ingetlici- in
tho futurr- ■ h they Ud tlint duy.   The
C. P. R. ii'tO'liCi.l lifutVlt ll   liiisnll Iry
the.peuplii.nl! Maiiit,<l>a, anil to tho
Mnnitnbans waa duo tliu priv-lege wo
now have of building -Ihe W i.iili'-rti,
road. They had finiglit ;fiu- fi-err.'i'iii
and obtained it.' MK Arinslrtm'' then
called for cheers for Greenway and tlie
people of Manitobs, which were moat
enthusiastically given.
Cnpt. Aldridge, uf Wluto.nn, contrasted the shipping facilities of Ihe
Paoific coast with those uf the Atlantic
coast, and proved satisfactorily and
clearly that Westminstor nnd Whatcom were so situated as In become,
at no far distant day, commercial and
shipping centres of great importance.
The consummation bf these prospects,
he said, depended entirely upon the
peoplo, and ho would urge tliem to
maintain the spirit of progression already evincod.
Alderman Ovens and Alderman Calbick were called on lo apeak but did
not comply although repeatedly named.
Oapt. Bole said he had muoh pleasure
in informing tho people that the first
work on the Southern would begin tu-
morrow (this) morning at 0 o'clock.
(Cheers). Mr. Hill and his staff had
been instructed, and not an hour
would be Inst iu ilolinituly fixing the
location, fn a wook or two tho court-actors would bo at work with a largo
force of men, and from tlint time-forward the worl' wiinld bo • pushed-with
the utmost vigor,   r (Renowcd ohcor-
ThochalrpiBJ'ithtn called tat ibret
cheers 'for Whatcom, which wore,
heartily 'given, nttW' -*hloh Senator
* i   ii    ;  '■ -t sK>/.l i
Canfield called for chum for Westminster. Cheers for the Queen and
"God Bare the Queen" played by the
band, brought the meeting to an end.
Prominent citixens invited the general publio into the Colonial and treated nil to an unlimited supply of champagne. And thus the most noteworthy
day in the annuls of Westminster was
appropriately closed.
 »~*-*	
Ill-fitting boots and shoes cause corns.
Holloway's Com Cure Is the article to
use. Oet a bottle at once anil cure
yonr corns.
Personal.
Geo. Black, of Hastings, gave us a
call to-day.
linn. Johu Uolieuii, provincial secretary, is in tho city.
John Boultbee, barrister, cf Vancouver, was in the oity this afternoon
W. M. Cochrane, barrister, of Kamloops, arrived down this morning and
will be in the city several days on
business.
Dr. Mathers, of Point Arena, Cal.,
a son of Mr. H. Mathers, arrived in
the city yeslorday and will remain a
few days.
Father Cornellior and Father Mc-
Gucken returned yesterday from Victoria, where they were summoned to
assist at tho consecration ceremonies of
Bishop Lemmens.
W. H. Steves, pf Lulu Inland, is in
the city to-day. He came up yeslei-tlrry
and expects to return -by rt small
steamer this evening. He reports the
orops very heavy and harvesting commenced.
The Very Rev. Archbishop Gross,
of Oregon, and Bishop Junger, if Nes-
qually, Washington Territory, arrived
from Victoria yesterday and arc guestH
of Bishop D'Herbijipe. - The reverend
gentlemen will remain for some days.
WWOHBII IN TH8   BilUViE,   but  not
found wonting. Northrop b Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspe-utlo €ure has
been weighed in that just ot.lance, the
experience of an Impartial and intelligent
pnirlic. Both leroediallv anil pecuniarily
it is a success. Its sales constantly increase, testimony iu its favor is daily
pouring in. Tire question of its cHicacy
in Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Kidney
Ailments, ami for Blood Impurity, is
decided. '    -    •>
Children Cryfor Pitcher .Castoria
Wholesale I'Hj Market. ,
Beet,    per lOnirw........... ...,7 on(t ooo
Fork         "           8 lunj I) Oil
Mutton,    "       ■...til 00 8 WOO
Hliles(cr'n)"          ...«._..... - 4 ISOsi a 00
Potatoes     "             1 2.1 (•» I 0)
Cabbage     "   2 00(3 0 00
Onions        "              _lillS OOO
Wilful         "      ,'    ,    1 60 (S 17S
Oata           "    '    ....i.    1*19 175
Peas           "          &    1 509 0 00
Ilav,         per lull- l.„  IH HI IS 13 00
Butler (rolls) per (_,.; II 25(3 0 85
Cheese,             "     0 101 0 17
E_.s,      iienloa   0—15 0 25
Corilwnml rreti.ll> por cnvil   :l 50 S 4 00
tnisa Bstry was sick, we leva her Cutoria,
wltta Sht wa. a Chill, she crUd for Cutori.,
'When sh. b_am« If Us, th. dang to Cutoria,
When she hal OUUml she fart them Cutori.
DRESSMAKING
At HISS JENNINGS',
(I-wb or Ekound)
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
HEW WESTMINSTER.
ear-Rat Istac-I Ion _narnnteeil.    dwte7te
1L0TTS
Ipens
Aoknti,:  T.H. H1BBEN& 60., Victoria.
ilwocSyl '
WESTMINSTER - BLAINE-
WHATCOM
STAGE    LINE.
1\ fl. MIT.U-.K-B KTAHKH will make
X/t two trips n week dot ween WcHtmln-
Hlor mid Rlitiue,makingcloNocimnectioUH
with tho U. H. Mall stiitro tine peiweiw
Blaine nml Wlmti-om, rjiWOh I.T-AVK
WESTMINSTER <m * THURSDAY nnd
SATURDAY nt8tt.Ui.-; rcUinilliff T.EAVK
BLAINE on WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY
at 7 a, m. Further piulioillui-H may bv
obtained tit tho Colonial llujo).    mj'_*MI«
HERRING'S OPERA HOUSE,
— ON	
Friday Evening, August 10
t    . , .siii'iyiR-i-„nu,v   ,
MISS PETfeRS of Vancouver,
MISS HILIi, MISS RAND, MISS
CLUTE, MISS nui-lECK, MISS MAJOR, MRS. nORHON, MRS. LYAI,,
MR. aU'VElt, MR. HAMBER and
others.
AdnilMlim. -.'.• ironist Ice Cream anil
Cuke, jr, cenlr-. tlau7tt
New Westminster Southern Ry
Northern Terminus.    .
mmsrs. w.j. walker a comp'y
have lots for snlo in tho city from
S-'-rU upwards.
Ain* imnuidiuMy adjoining thu City
limit**} -from S^Ti njiwards; und a |c*iv-
mi.lmiiir loM at M&piierton ttt %\0A on very
easy tormn. ....
Also, Farming Land In Surrey MunlcU
pallly, near the International boundary,
and along the line ul railway; and Acre
Lota at Brownsville In first-class Hltuatlons
at profitable rates. '
Intending Investors are invited to call
Immediately, before price*, are advanced.
Tho advertisers oilter their services as
agents forthe PURCHASERS of property,
and as Hiich will give the fill lest Information and advice to their best ability, to
strangers and others, respecting any proposed Investment in land, whether tn
their own hands for sale, or otherwise.
8 Bank Ilnf Idlmis, (lily. dwlnulm
OHVnOB.   Agnes Hlreot,
p APT IST
D East of Mary Street, Tiortl-ti J)a«
services at 11 a. ni. and 1 p. in. Sa.b1.atl.
Sohool and Bible Class at 2:30 p. ni. All
seats free; Bti-anterR cordially welcomed.
—Rev. Thos. Baldwin, pa&t'oi',. ' ,
NOTIOE.
One Thousand Collars Reward
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
thnt a rewind of SIM*) wll I be given
I uy Uio ProvlneI:.LiG.'K»M)iiiii'Ht for BOoh
Information ns m«-SI I'^l to thonppre-
I Iienslon nnd ronvit-iinn t»f the persons
concerned In the* rohberyof the Brttlmi
Columliln Ux|iri<**s {'ompiiny1*, -^Ingg.bn
\l\A Oarthoo nmii, nn Saturday fhe imth
duvofJiinolast.  ,  . „t. .     .,
' Provincial Scerelary,
Provlnolal Seoretary*^ Offlee,
Victoria, Ilth Jnly, 1888. d.,iyWnU
MBTHODI8TCI1VKOH, Oddfellows'
New Hall. Rev. J. H. White, Pastor.
-Icuh nt 11 a. in. aud 7 p. in, Hnnday
Huhool aud Bible Glass 'Imp. in. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at 7.:»p.m. Heats
free; strangeii cordially Invited,
ST. PAUL'S OiunvH. John Street,
Opposite Orange Hall.. Rev. Thomu
addon, Pastor. Services evtry SotHay
at II a. ra. and 7 p. m. Thursday evenings
at7:30 o'eloek. Seata frte; all arc cordially Invited. Sunday School at 2:80 p. m.
■      UrtlON J-OOGB Ht. 0| A. F.
^#V^ * A* H.—The regular Com-
jLM munlctttlonsof this Lodge art
AVA held on the first Monday In «wh
month. Sojourning brethren are co.d-a*.-
I» invited to attend i
PETER GRANT,
feSMe i        Secretary.
HISTOGENJETIG SYSTEM
The Entire Revolution of
Medicine.
X\to. JORDAN'S HISTOQKNETIC SYS-
W km of Med Id i) I'm cures Paralysis,
Blindness, Deafness, liheiimatism, Asth-
m|i, NeurnlRla, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Ery-
slpflhw, lirlghi'N Diseaso, Heart Disease,
Dropsy, and all chronic oomptftlnti, F#*
vors,SmiilM>ox,Pll('K,1),vspL'psln, Measles,
Dlptlierln, t'aiK-er.CoUHiunptlon, Epllcp-
nr, ITInerntton of Bonn, Whooping Cough,
Oholerd Infantum,Croup, Profaiisiu Uteri,
ond all to mule romplnlnts. The system
ts ilmplf*. 1 he medicine rebuilds the dis-
cased colls mid Hnsuts of the-body with
the same proxltnatu principles, aud ter-
nients.Orgnnlc Koillcs nnd so oh whli h are
normally prnn-tiL-d In Ihe body bythe
glrtndH. For sale by
dHBiilin M. DESBRISAY.
TO SAW MILL MEN.
TheWm.FHaniiltoiiMfgCo.Ltl
I'etcrboroiiffli-, Ont.
Moniifantureiiof
SAWMILL EKGIIIKAND MILE18
QAM, Mui ahd Hcaw Band Saw Mill*,
Forthe convenience of their British Columbln iclends, have appointed
Messrs. F. G. Strickland & Co.
NUWIttHIS MD IKCHAMICAL MOIKtM,
WCOTMinTBB,
Their Sole Agents foi* thii Province.
We at-s now liulltltng. a spsolftl Hue of
M.plilner.for this oountry, equal to any
t'llni? built on the Amerlirrin continent.
Bi'.fore mnklnir any changes you will do
welllo correspond with our intents,
WM. HAMIiaWN.Sr.   ,
nnBOwta Proslrlcnt.
W.E. FALES,
PRACTICAL
Embalming a Specialty.   *
Dealer In Wooden and Metallc Mnr-
lal Ca.-kets. Fnneralsconducted.
A full Mnc of (.otlluTitmmlngB always on
hand. Parties at n distance supplied at
shorlcst notice. Batlsfnctlon g\iaran-
teod In every particular.
dwooiic Columbia St. Hkw Wht.
This Space is Reserved
P. PEEBLES'
FUIIKITimK"Aljr\-.'
NOTICE.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVER THAT
■ wiihave applied to the Mlnlsterof
the Interior for » thmnse to cut timber on
the west J. of Seotion 1)5, the northwest y
ot BtrcMnii 'll. In Township 2, anil Seotion
IW, Bloek r, Nortli, Hanitc One West, all
sllnnteil ln New Westminster District,
ioBOYAL CITY PLANISH MILLS OO.
jLlmltoii),   ,,.
PerWi'A.;Di>W>-u-> .
■ New Vest:, JuTy»;'im       ' ajlyJU-fll
North British and
Mercantile
-Fl-RET
INSURANCE
oompan'y.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
Authorised Cupltil,   -   «,
Bubicrlbsd     "        •    S,U0,MO
Paid op, ifli   •'     »i«,«0«
Firo Fimd * lleici1 ves, m
lit 31st Hon., 18S7,        •       l,J6S,lla
Rercnno Tire Branch,     1,210,814
|3TRates as Low as any other
teliablcCompany doing business in British Cotumbia.
j. (few JVftitoilnster Cit> and 1
CLEARANCE SALE!
James Ellard & Co.
ABB
CLEARING OUT
-ALL   THEIr.-
Spring•& Summer Goods!
PRICES MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
LQNDOft HOUS__* Columbia ^t., N. W.
dwjl;31tc
mnrnrn1  '„   *W JKl-_C__._ESZJt-Jj
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE HANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles Si Eye--G]a8SCS in stool, robber, silver and gpM
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, (4 per pair; all Rights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learned tli:
business thoroughly from somo of tbe finest Horologers in England,'and since then
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the hest firms on the continent of America, is* sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 yean of the well-known firm, of Savage & Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate,
Montreal, Deo., 1887.—Mr. I*'. Crake.— Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman ot
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watohmalter who did so
well for me as yon did when .in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not here to-day."
■. .'    *  * ' dwnpiac ■
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SFJf DAY HOIIRS.-MOBNINQ, from 8:30 toll 0'irloirk.,    ..
Aktkrnikin, 1 to 3 o'irlotrl,-.
Evening, Oto 9 o'olock.
- -^PHYSICIANS' PnKSCKIPTIONS will Im prepared at any tlmo during
the night by a competent chemist, who sleeps on the premises. Ring the night
bell.
HERRING'S   DRUG   STORE,
Opp, Telegraph Office.      -      Colnmbla St., New Westminster*
<lwnc6tc
D. S. CURTIS * CO.
.'    IHRK0T lMt'ORTKES & DEALERS IX
Drugs and Medicines!
LAMPS AND LAMP GOODS, &C.
Medical Hull, Columbia St.    •    New WcsIhiIiihIpi*, B. t'.
,.. NEXT DOOR TO THK COLONIAL HOTEL.
dwaustc
•ss^esm^SBt-
C. McDONOUCH,
:■       .(LUNDBOM'S 11U1LDIN8, FltONT ftTREfef t      .
pn,ftT,*Bi*R zxr
MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hnnd »n Erteiuivo Stock of
llry (Joods, Oroeeries,  Boots A Shoes, Hats A Caps,
■■••I:■■,':   Crockerj-, Glassware,.Ac
'"'' -_C__3_'« . _to    -BO-VW'     BWIT«„
Oreat Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
OH AIN, SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STOKES*.
s. ».—Farm produce bought at market rates or sold on oom mission. m.Ordei*
from the Interior promn;ly tuteniied in. ilwJeHtc
W. & G. WOLFENDEN,
., - . SUCCE880kS TO C. Q. NAJOR,
rjii"iim:us a»d lir.At.-m in
Choice Family Groceries!
HANS,   BA€OJT  AND  LARD,
Dpy Gbo<i,   Clothing,   &c., &e.
Colnmbln Street, New Westminster. dwjly23to
WANTED
A   DULY-OEItTIPICATEDENOINEKR
■L for tho str. "Palfy Hueen.*' Anplr o
UHnunlilVorfai
CHURCH STREET.
ALEX. HAMILTON, PROPRIETOR
Ilie alioye Works, are reopened and in
addition to tho present marble stock
will shortly receive several Monuments of the finest
ABERDEEN b NKW  BRUNSWICK
.._...„ -GRAUIM*---** -"*;
■■■■■' -dwjeWto
MUSIC.
MflSS PREE8P,, late of Soattle, W. T„
L Is now prepared to give Instructions
on the Plnno. wlll«ntothehomesof the
pupilsII desired. Resldence-W.R. Le#ls,
Ajnen street, djl;30te
CHAS. E. TISDALL,
CUN DEALER,
CORDOVA ST.,   (Orr. C.P.R. Depot)
Vancouver, B. C,
H
AVINO LEARNT OUN MAKING
IX wllh a leading Enallsta maker I am
prepared Hi do all kinds ol Repairing at
moderate prices,
■NTSpecial attention to re-slocklng and
ro-brownlng.       	
"i'AlNMD (TOOK or ENOLIIH SUM.
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