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fitorerament -frmtiog MN
pTCiTJ
VOLUME 7
NEW   WESTMINSTEB. II. 0., TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 2, 1889.
NUMBER 1
PROFESSIONAL AKD BUSINESS CARDS.
*r»0. ATKINSON,
BA-ltrjK'J'KU, SOLICITOR, &o, Olllees-
Masonle Building, New Westminister,
11.0. dwtc
AKIII&'i'RUNG A, KCKSTtOIN,
BARIUSTK1W,  SOLICITORS.   ETO.~
Mitsonie llnlUlin-f,   New Wostmln-
Bter, li. 0. dwmyllo
No-
W. NORMAN ttl-l.Ii.. (i.e.,
ARfllSTEU-AT-LAW,L.\Nll AGENT.
_   Money to Loan. Oilice—Ularksoti Stow Westminstor, B 0. .dtc
r.sK-in'i mf. net su j, a .ma*i-.,
BARR13TEUB, SOLIC1T0U.-*, cln,  UI1I-
ees-Masonio BiiUdim;.', Hew West*
mlnBter, and Vancouver, I). 0.        dwto
A. C. BRVDOHK-J ACIL, M. A ,
NOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,
Ae. Barrister of lho New Brunswick
Supreme Court, utllcu In the H-unley
Building, Columbia i-it., opposite HioCoI-
onlal Ho'el. dapSlo
JOSEPH £1, UAVNOXt, U.A„IiL.B.
•HOLD MEDALIST of Ihe Unlvowltj Of
1.1     Dublin.    BARJU8TF-H-AT LAW of
th0 Hii-i. i.' ..ni ..f .him , I..1 ii,.i uiltaci,
Corner McKenzie & Uliirlw-n Kl.-t., New
•yem minster. dwfc21te
(J. H t-iATIOWOOI), D.D.H.,
SURGEON DENTIST--A Gmdualo of
tlio Bulllmoi'i! Denial College, is prepared to do i>ll kinds t*..' Dei'lal Work, tit*
ilao over Mel/mmm A MePecly's himl-
w.iro store, lit* Cordova ftt., Vnmimiver,
ivy,   dapaoto
o. w
A"
tA.N1
•Mini',
CU A'   n.. Zll;,.A.VHM,
AHOEITEOTS.    (Illloo-Itocira E, ovor
Hunk of 11. C.1<.'oliiinb!iv8'rect,Wos'-.
Ijilnatpr.  '     illey
w:m.ia.'> ii. -n.-.'u,
A IlRinTKC'l'.rtANII'AltVENOlNEEll,
>V An. Utsnti'vj't lo ArnistroiiK'sUloclt,
Ciliiiiiljht   !-;iiw!,   '.'.', J..,,liiHIt'r — Itoom
_ "•  !,   ••- • '"I
W. TH
f AND SU11VHV
1J mau. Iliinilp;
3w, 11.0,
'l-HUDEM*,
OIL ANI'Di'lAiraHTS-
y Block, Ki",v Wealmln-
.llilyl'to
A. 1
Dominion an
BUHVHYrilr.
of U.O. bllllJIiig,
corro.v,
I'ltOVINCIAL LAND
. Olllcc: Itoom i>, limit:
Wcfilmllif-lor, 11,0.
nEALi-:sT,\Ti-:
l'l-   Court A Ken i.
Public, Ac.   HiJut
Ki'iiKli.-:'(.ivot, Ni*
r."*,\!'R5',I",
imoKISltmnl County
L'om mission er. Notary
collecteil.   Ollice~Mc-
/ WestminHter.il. C.
•.               T, -T.
■■j- UOTIONEKR
HI  'Columbia '-'
B-.-on when re-i'i;.
TUAPP,
AND     APPRAISER,
eet, Neir V/eutmlnster.
•Till   receive   prompt
Mon,   H,*-i!  refereuoFB
i.                  miua-te
TUHKBB,
MEROHANO-S.
Agenlil fo-'
enntile Iiistiraii"
C. BEETON & Co.,
don.E'C
i a co.;
!'.,   VlctOl]*!.
tli-lutmd JJer*
[ii'nland,'' tl.
vCtwuw.'Lon-
"      die
MPMPEVffiON
jfynl Estato  Btrokcrs and
Fiuauclar A^ems.
AGENTS FOR
•Jotifsilf'rn-jl'^v Ltfti  Atisot-'atl-m <;f
Toronto.
Jloynl nml  T> an?-at-111 re t?*t-e Tusm--
c.Ti ■■ (*.)i)ipn*tl*-it,
Ida. Valuable Lots for sale In tho..l"ilv
nud Dlslrlct- of Wi-stm luster; i.ud choice
Lulu In tlie City ot Vancouvu.'.
Persons •-.-IsiiJns lo buy or soil city or
run! property should liominiinlcatewIUi
us.
Oillces: Hank of ti.C, bulldliu;, opposite
post oilice, Westminster, nnd IIii'.UitKsSt.,
vnui'i-iiiv'ir. dwnplille
- RAND BROS.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all klnils of tho bost makes; Cross-cut & Hand-Saws,
IlKI-bcd Wire for Fencing, and all the noocstary ltciislls for FarmillKI
S'lillcy Blocks, Siialcn Blocks, Kopc & Chain In all sizesi Pitch,
Till' & Oilkiiui: Tarred and I'lalu Paper for Biilldiiigl Paints & Otis
in till colors; Liquid Paints In all shades; Floor Paints ready to nsc; Grind
Stonesi Wall Papcrin.il designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
l.llhl'U'.ltin** Oils! Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
ti-i-lciiUiirnl Implements,
nr Sf-eqlal attention given to nrdors by moil.
t; j. *r*Ee-A.*p*p so oo.,
tlwjtyStc Columbia Btbkot, New Westminster.
GRANT & MACLURE.
loots & Shoes!
f NEW   WESTMINSTER.
R
V Mi 0STAT£1 IJitOKEHtf,
veyatic--r«l CfiUeornrt
ome-
Ami
A Kent i
NBW  WlfciTMIN.HTEl.:   Corner
McltStuioand Olnrktion ftls.
VAN HIIIVKI-., l.'iii-di.vi. Sli-Pi-1.
LONDON.I3m:l  ml,
BOILDINQ LOT!'rm siilolli all BOCltous
,i/ ViMii-ouvcrtind New WefltmllistCrCliy,
l-'AKM LANDS oi mtpiirlor unulltj for
-ule at I'iiiiifwii-ii'ii, Von Hammond,
Dangloy, Matsqui, Hiiiiias, Mud H:i,v,I,iui-
tier's I'liiidlin*, Lulu Islnnd, N.-.i'tb Arm
am! Pitt Itiver.
•.Iain and Pluim oxhlblii'd nnd thrfull-
«.' Inftiriiliition fu ru In lied nt lilt ourodlces,
W. BO VILL,
t n
leal Estate Agent
AND CONVEYANCER.
NEW WESTMINST ■ lt:-Oll]i'e. M-idion-
ptn Street.
• V ■XiidllVKK'-tinii'O,   Abbott    Klrei'l,
"    nearCoidova Street.
Full List of City and Suburban Property.
"iirMeiitnr nttent on piid   to l'.'in.iiiii;
LuuiN.
'  Aoi'itiitte   Inform al lon   lo   cor r**Hpi.mien I**, d*^mj*');*l
ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
| Civil Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
' REAL   ESTATE,
FIMHOIAL. SHIPPII13 St 00MMIS8IQN AdENTS
Vive. Life & Htiilne Ensuraiice.
[-Columbia St., - Opp. Oolomial Hotim
new westminhtel!, ii. c.
-UVE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
,JT lonilmi lo nil profeBRlnual orders ami
endei'lliirli'si.'i-vlee.tlon-ildt.'iilsand non-
ludlspui-oof or mwlilii'i proillubla Invest-
meat;
Our IL*'n of eligible properlli ,i rire com-
nrolienstveiiiideonstniilly reuelvIltKiiddl-
lions, nnd our favorable eastern connection'* both lu (.'nniidit and tlie Aliunde
t'.|r,it:!; --.vo \i_ unusual fnelllilcs for business.
I Bjii'clul ni'.-nlbm will lie paid to .llio
jnm-luii-i- n:nl Inspcollon ■•? Liimbor for
Bulpmentl-ofor. \gn norU, Toniinsochar-
icroditud •-'.::<>-.ii t-Mpplti:' r-sln*)SBlmns-
ndted, dwaplyl
OBUSGISTS.
Pure and Fresh Drugs
S'xrEUF ifjiKE-aais,
PatenjlMedicines, Etc
PHVSill-il*' PBiSOni-noiia G.in.ruLLV
ooMfouhbed.
W. BREDEMEVEfi, DS, PH,
(Late Partner of John MnVlckfir)
riiNlN&ENQINEERj II.H. A PROVIN*
oia(Tj surveyor, Iabsavdr;
Masonic TKnpr.B Blook, VAMoouvan,
nr:t. col.
awlteliablo roporls, underKmunl surveys and limps of mines executed allow
rt*D3, AsuoysmadBon nil kinds of min-
Mfels, cold nml silver bats, Thirty yein-H-
experience In mining in Asia, Europe
and United Htiiles of AmeHoft. Nponlis
ten ImimiHi'eH. Atsayu from a ulanmoe
promptly Hllcnded to. Address Vnncou-
ver, B.0. ddoWlo
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
.    &.   MANSOKT's
MERCHANT    TAILOB,
Colninhln Street, ■ New Wesl minster.
rlobe House!
MRS.   WM.   RAE
WILL OFFER
FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS
Iress Goods at Cost Pric
Call Early and Secure*" Bargains. "
leal is
*a»
insurance and Finnncia
^L-Q-ESTAaf'-FS.
ornoss -
NEW WESTMINSTER, TmnoekrEnc
VANCOUVER,
LARKSON
ZIE STS.
CORNER  CORDOVA  ANO
ABBOTT 8TREETS.
—AND-
ANDERSON BLOCK.
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON,   ENG. .07 CANNON ST.
Farming Lands ^Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia and Front Sts.,
in central portion of the eity; several
buildings bring good rent -522,000.00.
Lot 4, Block 7, near Lytton Squaro,
0(1x132 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Front Sta.-Sfl-000.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., 33xC0fcct—
S4.000.0O,
Also—Lot aud Building with stock of
Goods, one of the bost business stands
in tbo oity,
Improved Residential Property
Lot 15, Block 13; two bouses rented at
paying flgttros—$4,500.00,
Houso and Lot on Lome St., near Col*
mnbia~81250.00.
Lo}8 4, 5 k 6, Blook 10; good house,
garden, Ac,; choice residence property
-35,250.00.
Comer Lot on Columbia St.; fenced and
cleared -^1500.00.
House and Lot on Columbia St.; ono of
the finest residences ib the city—$7-*
000.00.
House and Lot on Roynl Avenuo, near
DouglaH St.-52,000.00.
House and 3 Lots, corner Royal Avonuo
and St. Patrick's St.; no bettor rcsl-
donuo Bite In tho oity—$10,000,00.
I acre, with 7 houses, near the Park—-
$0,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Block 23; corner lot on Agues St,;
fine residence site-$1200,00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., near Qucen'a
Avonue—$500.00 oach,
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Halifax Sts., near Clinton St.; fine views
and woll situato(i--*?350.00, $375.0!),
$500.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton -
$300.00.
Lot 0, Sub-Block 10j fine residence lots-
$250.00.
Lots on Polhaiu St., uoar Mury—$000 00
oach.
Lot on Pclham St,,' iitinrSt. Antlrow.'ei
fino fiite-$500.00.
Lot on St. Joint's St., nonr Molboimit—
13350.00.
Lot In-fit, Andrew's Square - $300.00,
Lots In Blook fronting on North Am
road; finest ch-inco in tlio market fo:
residonco or speculation— $125.00 ti
$175.00.
Lots lu Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Bloo
12--$00.00 to $125.00.
Lot- iu Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloc
13—$100.00 each.
Lots in Westminster Addition at $15,00
to $50.00.
Farm fm Sals**
ror 27, BLOCK 4 WORTH RANGE 0
jj West, Luln Island, ut n bnr-,faln,*»
Apply to UANJ)imOH.,orI<,r>WARDA.
BUARi-E, Lulu Island, (lwj027mj
O
T-O JLa&tt,
FP1CEB   IN   THK   AnMffl'IlONQ
liloek.   ARply
ilJolOlo
IV. .1, ARMSTRONG.
BlieHir.
TO KENT.
A PLEASANT ROOM FOIt TWO OEN-
tlemon.witli  or wllbout Hoard, lu
private family.   Apply at (bird house up
llio hill, lett-11)11111 side.if iii;ii»liis street,
djoiom
Tiuibcr liitud.s for Sale.
pHE DISCOVEUKH'S INTEREST IN
L about l|,(loo acres of nitl-oluss Timber
IjiuidK, pi'lnclpiill.vFlr.
WOOUtt, TUHNEIl * GAMBLE,
Now West., H, p., Juno 11,1889,   d.:e!2nil
TO LEASE.      . .
rpHE UNION HOTKL. opposite Musol-V
1   and Oddfellows' Bloek.
For particulars- apply ii-t'tfio
MAINLAND RESTAURANT,
djeluil -      •"■  ■
Nimv Wcstin I nster,
First-class Prairie Farm
FOB S-A.3&XI.
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, North Arm, Fraser River: eon-
talnlnR 2t0 acres of lhe finest farming land
ln llio oountry; all dyked, well improved,
good buildings, good orchard (bearing).
For furthor Information enquire of
MAJOR ATE ARSON,
dmy29te New Westminster.
HOUR OR I'lVE GOODSTON EMASONM.
I1    Apply to ACKERMAN HR09.,      "
iijeistc Now Westminstor.
Plants for Sale!
cs asc aa j_\ -je»
AT THIS
RreenhonsBS, Douglas Street
Ih'GnEAT VAltlCTV, LS-CI.UDIKO,
GERANIUMS, Double and Single; FU-
CHIAR, all new vnrlellesj HOSES,
Double PETUNIAS, MOON-FLOWERS
a fine collection of DAHLIAS (named
v-ii'lt-ll-**]. ANNUA LM, 2-j Ct8. per doz.
Mixed REDDING I'L v:iT.*', SI ^ i»:r doz.
I offer 10 Plants for SI, Including 1 Storm
King Pin-bin, Douqnetsi Wreaths nnd
Oroseospindotooftler, Fruit, Vegetables
and Flowers ni.Hlore, next Cliy Hotel, Columbia .'.*t. Orders by mnll promptly attended to      L'lwap3.vlJ      i\ itA'ttiAB.
T, I, IIU CO,
@
Quekn's  Hotel  Block.
NEW wkstkissit-k.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
A Oonnecticut woman is suing her
neighbor for damages for putting up
liy screens, She claims that the flies
which cannot get into tlm neighbor's
house on tln'f* account will come to
hers, and sho will thereby havo
(loublu tlie usual number.
MANY KILLED.
A Great Railway Accident Occurs
fn Virginia.—Between J10
and 4*0 Killed.
Iu a lawsuit in Kentucky the
other day it wna proviid that a horse
whioh hnd kicked three men to death
and had run uway five times was
wurmnted "perfectly gentle and
snfo for atiyjady to drive." Now
and then thero is a horse trader who
is absent-mi tided in his statements.
On one occasion a lady called and
presented a uheqne which she wished
cashed. As she was a perfect
stranger to the paying teller, he said,
very politely ; "M-idam, you will
im vo to bi ing soma one to introduce
you before we oan cash this cheque."
Drawing herself up quite haughtily,
she said, freezingly : ''But I do not
wish to know you, Bir."
Georrge Edwards sent a poem to
a San Francisco paper, enclosing a
two oent stamp for return. Not receiving a reply in a day or two he
called on ths editor for satisfaction.
His poem was banded to him without
the stamp. Considering himself
imposed upon ho proceeded to thrash
tho editor. Total cost: §10 0ne,
the postago stamp and a black eye.
An accomplished clergyman—Mrs.
Frontpew—"T think it is shocking
—tbo interest our minister is taking
in' baseball. Why, T saw him out
playing yestorday aftornoon with a
lot of boys from the coilege." Mr.
Frontpew—"Oh I don't know that
there in anything wrong about base-
bull." Mra. Frontpew—"I don't say
that it is really immoral, but by and
by he'll get a curve pitch, as they
cull it, and either leave the pulpit or
want §10,000 a year.
The Coming Fight Still the Talk.
Kilrain is the Favorite
so Far,
The Alaska Commission Leaves or
its Pleasant Jaunt to the
Far North.
GREAT  ACCIDENT.
LVNCiiBUiia- Va.,July 2.—The east
the school thB attendance rapidly increased, the number enrolled at the
close of the school being 44,
The examination was conducted by
the teacher of the school, Mr. Hugh
McKay, and Mr. Murray and Rev.
Mr. Bryant, of Maplo Ridgo. The
work done by tho school during the
year, as was shown by the pupils' ready
und intelligent answers, reflects much
credit not only on the teacher bnt
nlsoon tho scholars. The esteem with
which Mr. McKay is regarded by his
pupils may bo judged from the following address which was reed after the
closing exercises of the examination:
To Mit, Hugh McKay.—Dear Teacher,—We the pupils of tho Haney public
bcIiooI take this opportunity of expressing to you onr gratitude for your kindness to us during tbe past term.   In
bound express on the Norfolk k Western I offering you this present we beg that
Railroad, ran into a washout, this mom* | you will accept it as a slight token of
Reliable Drags & leclicliies
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
l'REHC'RIPTIONS A
daplte
RANK' BUILDINUS,
Mary Street, New Wc-otminsJor, B.C.
ITki.ki'Iiom: No, 65,]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, Ell LAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London tuul bwitcnahlrc Vlrc anil
HrllUh  Umpire Life IiiBnrauce
Compaulea.
Kew Weatmlnster Dullillng Society.
Account mil'n Ofli*--;. Dlooeve nf N.W.
City Auditor-*, lttfJO, 1HH7 anil 1HM8.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN  TIIE BUYING
AND SELLING OK REAL RROPER-
TY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
und oilier moiu'liuy transactions.
Mavf M'vci'-ii |M-nd iuvGBtnvmts on tlielr
liooKs, nud nil new comers will do well to
cull before doim; business, plsowhoro,
tlwUiloty
I
so oo.
Estate,
INSURANCE
 AN-p---
laricial teems
Purchase Soil and
perty,
Mm Rents,
Hlaki *
lease
.Gu.io on woitgdges
And liaiuiact all Buninct-s relating to
Roal 1'state.
— AGENTS POR	
london AMiiraitc-a Oorporritlon.
tlonnootlcut nro liiKiinmce ro. of
Hurl lord.
london and lam-iislilro life Assurance Co.
('anion insiiraiico Oflice, Id. (Marino)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St,, Victoria
dwaoHyl
Says an oxchange : A now departure in social shams is to be made
this summer. A certain claim agent
says ho has tho contract to place tbe
names of a New York woniun and
herdtilighters on all fashionable hotol
roasters at tbo most famous resorts
in Europe, caro boing taken to register ufc only one placo at a time.
Tlio names will be cabled to a New
York papor as among the latest ur-
rivales at London, Paris, Home, or
Venice, as the case muy be, while
tho owners of tho names will be in
iding at somo cheap country board
rng-hou5e. Queer mortals-*'ho can
find a satisfactory recompense in this
sort of thing.
Presents of money are still being
received for Murphy, the Dublin
leper, who this week has been removed to an isolated ward in the
hospital and made more comfortable.
Sir Oharles Cameron lias received
several applications from people
wishing to become his nurse; all
tbey usk in return is payment of
railway fare and their fond. A Mr.
Scanloii, of Mount Vernon road,
Liverpool, has written requesting
the privilege of attending the leper,
and gu:irf.ntees to cure him by th-*
application oHinseedoil. Ho says
if he does not suooeed it is certain
dt-:itli for himself—death thp most
tedious and loathsome—yet all this
risk he is willing to Undertake —Ex.
The.Buffalo Courier says:—The
ever delighted "Traverner" in tho
Boston /*W-opens a contest in bad
English by citing ns a masterpiece
a remark made by a well-dressed,
pli-asitnt-looking man to nn older
acquaintance in a public place,
which ran exactly as follows:—
"You ain't so fleshy as you was, bn
you?" Aftor remarking that the
only words rightly employed in tho
whole sentence are "you," "so," and
"as," "Travomer" says he thinks of
offering a reward for a verbal gem
equal to thia one. Well, thero is the
old ono said to have been uttered by
somo children who wore told that
thoir mother was calling thorn: "Her
ain't a-calling wo; us don't belong to
sho." Howover the Courier does
not vouch for tho actual occurrence
of the incident. Besido these, tho
historic remark of tho secretary
of agriculture in regard to the Milwaukee riot, "I soen my duty, and
I dono it," pales its ineffectual (ires.
Krank Sheldon while riding his
bicycle on Calumet avenue, Chicago,
just ns tbe children wero coming
from school, discovered that his dog
bnd gono mad. Ho sprang to tho
ground, seized tho snapping, gnash
ing beast betweon tbe shoulders and
waa on his wheel before the peoplo.
watching in terrified helplessness,
know what ho was doing, Once on
lio fairly Uew up tho avenuo, past
llie children, holding tho dog at arm's
length, while it bowled in agony,
making ovory effort to' Wto him,
He turned from the avenuo into Ray
street, hoping to oscapo the children,
Imt ran into another group of them;
Mrs. N. G. Bartlett saw him and
comprehended tho situation; she
opened her door and screamed to
Sheldon to bring the dog into her
front hall. Ho did so, still keeping
his grip till Mrs. Bartlett brought a
cloth saturated with chloroform and
held it over the dog's mouth till he
died. Huob an instance—two such
instances—of heroism and presence
ot mind in the faoe of awful danger,
arc soldom witnessed and deserve
lusting memorials.—Chicago Union
Signal,
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
ing, 30 miles from here, and was com
pletely wrecked. It is reported that
between thirty and forty passengers wero
killed.   .
TIIE COMOX MINKS.
Has PKAweflwo, Jnly 2,—Ol. C. F.
Cmcker, vice-president of the South*
em Pacific Co., who has jtiBt returned
from Vancouver, B. 0., announced
that henceforth all coal used hero by
tho railroad will bo mined at Comox
by the company and brought here iu
their steam colliers. Dnm-nmir is interested with the Southern Pacific in
tho mines, and he will put tho surplus
on the local market for stenm and domestic use.
FATAL DOMESTIC UOW.
Tacoma, W. T., July 2.—During a
domestic row in nid Tacoma last night
n kanaka, named Rampado, shot and
killed an Indian woman with whom he
was living, aud during the melee Lit
off a portion of the ear of arival for his
mistress' affections. Ho lied and has
not yet been captured.
DOUBLE SUICIDE,
San Fhancisco, June 2—As wub
surmised in these despatches hif>t night,
Win. H. Wilson, whose namo has boen
associated with tho suicide of Mrs.
Hollis on Saturday last, by poison,
also -tuicidt'd, aud with the sumo munn*-.
His body was found bidden in the
underbrush of one of the public parks
yestorday afternoon.
DAMAGING KAIN..
San Fhanci'-co, July 2—Advices
just received by the steamer Rio do
Janeiro, from Hongkong, report a
severe rain storm thore in the latter
part of May, damaging nil the roads
and streets of tho colony, and drowning seventeen people, Tho danume to
public property alone amounted to
about $300,000.
ryan's opinion.
San FnAoisco, July 2.--Paddy
Ryan, in an interview this morning,
suid that if Sullivan is in tho condition
tho newspapor reports say ho is, Kilrain will ceitainly receive a sound
drubbing when they meet for tho
battle next Monday.
MITCHELL'S COACaiNO,
Baltimore, July 2.—A friend of Kilrain Bays "Mitchell told him yesterday
that the battle would be a long one, and
that Sullivan would try his old time
rushes and terrorising style iu the flrst
few rounds, hut Kilt-aiti's sameness and
agility would prevent the big fellow from
doing Iii any barm, and Jake would
mnke Sullivan work so lively that he
would become winded and then would
como Jake's turn. Mitchell said in his
flght with Sullivan, he had studied every
trick of the big fellow, and that Kilrain
will outer tlie i-iug ns welt ni:*'iiaiiited
with his nnta-'oiiist's lighting ns though
they had fought before.
MSK AS   A FIDDLE.
Cti-vt'UND, O., July 2.—-Sullivan
and p-ny in a Si>eci>l 'raiu of 3 cn-s
ran into tho Nickel Piute depot hore
early this morning. Very few people
were there to meet the train. When
•lio tnin nwitched to the hoe line
1 racks, Charly Johnson, Jim Witkoloy
and Billy Mu dm u camo out during
the »nit. Mutduuii snid Sullivan was
asleep, and had not boon awake since
tho pany left Dunkirk, lie said Sullivau would enter iho ring next Monday as line 11.1 a fiddle, arid batter able
to tighi than he over wai in bin life,
Tho party loft ovor tho leu Hue at 3
o'clock.
pardoned,
Chicago, July 2,—Joseph Mackiu, of
thia oity, sentenced to live yrars in the
penitentiary  in   the spring of lSSil, for
fcrjury in connection with the election
rauds in 1864, wns pardoned to-day by
Uov. Fifer.
Till! SENATORIAL JAUNT,
Chicaoo, July 2.—Senators Driwes,
of M.ts.'., Stoukbndge, of Mtoh., Man-
dvrsmi. of Neb , Jones, of Arkauens,
and Woloott- of Oolorada, composing
tho senate committee tu investignte
thtt condition ami requirements of the
present and proposed Indian schools
in Alaska, left hero to day, Tho committee uo from this city directly to
Pint Townaeml, ri<t Omaha and Ta*
coma. v. horn the government t-tcamer
Allai r. sh will be ttt their disposal until
July 25th, by which timo they expect
to return to Port lWnseud, mid after
a few dnys in Washington territoiy ro
turn east about Aug 1st The trip
will be an extensive one, and after
visiting most of tho northern bcIiooIs
nnd lajunda just off the main coast lhe
committee, if it has time, may cross to
tho island of Kodiak, 033 miles west
of the mainland,
OTTAWA    NOTES.
OTTAWA, Juno 20 —Senator John
McDonald tins left Toronto for Vancouver. The recent eonsationat speech
nf Col, Amyot at Quebec, is creating
no little excitement here. He warned
tho French Canadians that tho day
was not far distant when thoy would
probable bu obliged to defend their
liberties and institutions. This is a
hit at tho anti-Jesuit agitation. Sir
Adolpho Caron, minister of militia,
says he will onquiro into the affair.
Despite tho denials from Washington, Canada has made, through the
English foreign office, nn offer for re*
ciprooity iu lumber.
Pari llanry School.
The publio examination of this
school took place on ibe 27th ult. Notwithstanding tlm threatening aspect of
tho weather, the paronts aud cuardinns
oftho children were well represented
by the largo number of visitors present. This iB a nowly organized school
district. Tho school was opened in
August of last year under rather unfavorable auspoies, the attendance nt
opening being only five; but through
the energetic and painstaking zeal of
the teaoher for the advancement of
the esteem of your  affectionate  pupila,
This address was accompanied  by a
valuablo photograph album.
After this pleasing incident nearly
an hour was occupied in speaking,
The eylpRlums and congratulations extended Mr. McKay by tbe different
speakers speak highly of bis tact and
ability "as a publio school teacher.
.   Visitor.
■    Haple Uldxe School.
The semi-annual examination of this
school took place on Friday tho 28th
ult. In spite of the drenching rain
which fell with but little interriitssion
duringihe whole day, the attendance
of visitors was large. The teacher was
ably as-iisted by Mr. McKay of the
Haney ichool and Mr. J. W. Sinclair
of Port Hammond. The different
exercises of  tha  examination   were
fileasingly interspersed by musical se-
ectioiii by the. pupils. Miss Jennie
Trcmbath, a former pupil of the school,
creditably conducted this part of the
programme, and was at the cl so of the
exercises accorded'a hearty vote of
thanks/' A'most pleasing and happy
sequel to the day's exorcises was the
presentation to the teacher of valuable
opera glumes and the following address:
Mit. Paul Moeray,  teacher of the*
Maple Ridge publio school.
DearBir,—We avail ourselves oftho
occasion of the midsummer examination;'
to conviyr to you an expression pf the
nnQuatirad regard in which your services
as publtlf-school teacher, are regarded by'
thoso mCfft interested in tho instruction'
of ouitfftth.
The duties of ■ our oflice are, at all
times responsible and arduous, Involving'
not only 'Intellectual ability and tact .'of
no common order, but likewise the possession of-moral qualities which .'are not
only an indispensable requisite, but also ■
an ornament to the character of a public
institution.
We take this opportunity, therefore,
of publicly racogmi'mg the possession of
these admirable and essential qualifications ia your character ao our school
teacher during tbe comparatively lengthy
period ybu havo'fiiled that position
amongst un.
There-ore but few instances indeed
wbcrtia'.t falls to the Jot of a public
sctiouMeacher to ocmpylfb offleM-pi»t-
tion with such conspicuous ability and
suocoss, and for so long a timo as you
have tlone at Maple Ridge.
EcBides, tho diKinteiested manner with
which you have applied yourself to every
moral cnt*-rpi'i--e for the good of tlie community, add-* a lustre to your reputation,
as ono whore offlce it Is to mould the
chiti'iict:-!' ond nurture the Intellect of the
i i*-ing generation, and moreover, deserves
from ull lovers of sociul and moral progress the most generous appreciation
and acknowlfdg-ii-ieL-t,
Will you, therefore, be pleased to accept this with the small tokon of regard
which accompanies it, as a l "luinoiiiil
of our gratitude and esteem and of our
heartfelt wish and prayer, that you may
he blessed with health aud strength
necessary to the performance of your
duties, aud that you may long hold
your present position amongst us.
On behalf of the parents and guardians
"f the children under your care, we subscribe ourselves wi li respect,
Joun McKenney,   "j
James W. Sinclair, J-Trustees.
Adam Iuvino, J
FROM VICTORIA,
A -jnii'1 Bay at Ibit f'upllnl.—Mumlry
Kniva Iicun-,«An Old Hon IHes.»Two
Deck Hands Fight.
Spe?lul to the Columbian.
Victoria, July 2nd.—Yesterday was
very quiet iu this city, the plaoe being
atiii' st deserted. Besides tho large
number who went to Vanoouver, somo
twenty-five hundred went to Colwood
Plains on the Islnnd railway. St.
George's and other picnics were held
there nnd a very pleasant, day was
spent.
Tho str. Barbara Boscowitz arrived
from tbo north this afternoon.
Nows wns received from Germany
to-day uf tho death of John Kricmler,
a former prominent Victoria pioneer,
John MoKinnon, a Scotchman, aged
81 years, died yesterday.
The Mexico arrived this morning at
11 o'clock, with 165 tons of freight for
hero.
John McDonald and Sidney Turpin,
two deck bands on the Islander, fought
last night. McDonald struck Turpin
nn the head with a blunt instrument.
Both wero arrested.
Fourth of Jul j Sports.
The people of Kast Wellington nro
sparing neither expense or labor to
mako the 4th, Sth and Cth of July,
three gala days in tho shape of athletic sports, horse racing, foot ball, base
ball and oricket matches, it is expected that the excursion trains and
steamers will bring a largo number to
participate in the sports. Tho "C"
battery band has been engaged to play
for the three days, and dancing will
take place in tho mammoth puvillion
ou the throe evenings. The committee
aro energetic, nnd will certainly make'
tho colebration a marked success.—
Nanaimo Free Press. When was East
Wellington annexed, we would like to
know.
 * -«*- •>	
Catcher Watson, of Minneapolis,
nnd a few other bnseballists arrived in
Winnipeg Friday en route to Kamloops.
A teachers' excursion from Manitoba
leaves for the Pacific coast on July
3rd.
OAVITT'S EVIDENCE
Before the Parnell Commission is
Very Straiffhtforward-«Wotrtd
Favor Violence if Feasible.
The Usual Monthly Crisis of the
Fronch Ministry Threatens
a Disruption.
Her Majesty's Visit to Scotland
and the Return Trip Prove '
Very Trying,
Job printing of all kinds neatly douo
at the Columbian office, Prices will he
found as low as at any other office in
the provinco —Adv,
plucky davitt.
London, July 2,--At to-day's session
of tho Parnell commission, Micluwl
Davitt was placed on the witness stand.
Davitt dented the account given by
Lecaron, the Times witness, that John
Dcvoy'a proposals were submitted to.
Parnell was true, Parnell, he uid, bid
nothing, to do with his (tiavJU's) visit to
America iii 187* IV *%i lhoWhetf
intention tu: revisit America to lecture
and raise money for the agrarian movement In Ireland.
TftOUBLE IN CORK.,
.Cork, July 2.—The jproclamation
prohibiting tho holding of a nationalist
meeting yesterday wus disregarded. -
The result was that Wm, 0*firleh and
other speakers were nrrested. 'After
the arrest of O'Brien, the crowd atoned
the police, who. in turned oharged.
Several peoplo were, injured, including
Patrick O'Brien, M. P. ■
ANOTHER CRISIS.
:Paris, Ji-.ly,2.-—It is believed here a
ministerial crisis will result from the
re'efiht seizure of certain letters in ,N,
Meyer's house by Mi Thevnefc, minister
of justice. It is expected Thevnet, and
r.ouvier, minister of finance will resign.
Davitt, sa\d that while1 in America < he
attended somo of the meetings of the
Clan-na'-Gael. Tlie latter bocierty Included some of the best Irishmen . in
America, and was no more a dab that
sanctioned murder .'tiian tho 'Carlton,
club/ There is no'alilan'ce, .the "witness
said; between the t-lan-na-Gael and tho
league Jn- Iceland. i-THe-,league movement,won the whole :of the Irish there
to theside advocated by jPaifpell.- Davitt,
testified hti had'never inet a'better map
as'regai-aB'pWliAth^livaiid Christiab.
ity, than! Patrick Fottl. He said ho
regretted that a few month*' after .'tho >
league was established Fold openly, in
his "{taper, the* Irish IToVfc/oavbcated
the use'of'dynamite. Tbe witness wrote
him expostulating with him for the ex*
prci-sion of 'such sentiments,' and "ultl* .
matcly^" twja Davitt,'-,''Ford returned to
our side ana now honentlVadvocates cob- '
stitutionaPagitatioh. Tho witness 'said '
he was opposed tothe use 'of-'dynamite
lt2o..u*,e ita. use' was immoral and-.unmanly. He was not opposed, however,
to physical force if thore was reasonable
chance of BUCcecBfram its employment.
The bogne, he said, did not circulate '
copies of tho Irish World- in ■ Ireland.
Ford, though, sent some copies over by
the'means of /'spread the 'light'' found,
and witness paid postage on them. The ■
league did not circulate the letter 6t
John Devoy on the "Jie»*. departore"
whicbir-aa quoted by Sir "Richard Web*
Bter, attorney-general. Davitt said he
had been acquainted with Alex Snilivan
since IS78, and had the greatest opinion
of Sullivau'*- ability as a lawyer. Of
his character as a citizen, and of his
honor aB a man, he declared that he
thought him incapable of anything dis-
Imuurablu. After tho return of the
witness to Ireland, he delivered
speechos denouncing outrages. He
declared ho disliked the agitatiou and
would willingly abandon its use to-
morrow if he saw somo justice done
to Ireland, but otherwise he would
not abandon it.
THE QUEEN.
London, July 2.—Thequeen caught
a slight chill coming up from Scotland.
Each journey now tries hor more than
tlio last, and it was for a time doubtful
whether she would be able lo attend
thu show on Thursday. It is said she
was determined to bo present at all
hazards. Whon she did come, it was
evident her weskness oceoBioned **auoh.,
pain to those who witnessed it. Her "'
inajeBty wob nut only compollcd constantly to use a stick, but was obliged
to have resource to the assistance of
her sorvnnts on entering and leaving
her carriage. She managed to distribute thirty gold medals, nevertheless,
and to say something gracious to molt
of tho recipients. On Friday she
looked considerably better and snowed
keen intorest in all the novelties, and
especially in the machine for projecting disinfectants over trees, whioh she
hopes may save her dear chestnuts in
Windsor park from the ravages of
cm nr pillars.
another bio now.
Paris, June 20,—In the chamber of
deputies to-day M. Pichon asked
whether the journalist WolBtyno wrote
to Meyer suggesting the forging of the
documents implicating ihe government
in the Meyer frauds, was written solely
for the purpoie of discrediting republicans. M. Thevenet, minister of justice, snid ten letters wero seized at
Moyer's houso which testified to the
sharoelessnesB of the Boulangisti. M.
de Cinwiignac said tho letters wore polico forgorieB. M. Thevenet said
Meyers had admitted that the letters
were genuine and mentioned the name
of an anti-republican who had visited
M. de Cnssagnac, who here sprang to
his feotand accused M. Thevenet of be*
ing an accomplice of Meyer, A tremendous uproar ensued, ending with .
tho censure and expulsion of Sf. de
Caisagnnc, who left the chamber, followed by many members of the right.
M. Thevenetthen announced the intention of the government to prosecute all offenders, and the chamber
without a dissenting voto asked the.
government to draft a polioy of rcprei-
Children Cryfor ntcher'-iCastork
BAPTIST church, Ames street
East of Mary Street, Lord's Day
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
School undBlble Glass at 2:30 p. m, AU
seats free; strangers cordially welcomed.
—Kev. Thoa. Baldwin, pastor.
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary
Street, Rev. J. H. White, roBtor.
-tees at 11 a, m. nnd 7 p. ra. Sunday
School nnd Bible Olass 2:80 p. m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at 7.80p.m. Beats
freo; strangers cordially Invited.	
ar, pails church, John Street,
0 Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thomas
Haddon, Pastor, services every Sunday
at 11a. ra. and 7 p. m. Thursdny evenings
atT:R0 o'clock. Seats free; all are cordially invited, Sunday School at 2:80 p, m.
SHU IlC II OF KNGLA3tD.~HOLY
TRINITY CHUROH; Rector, Tho
,-n. Archdeacon Woods, ft. MARY'S
CHURCH; Reetor, Tho Bishop. ScrvlCM
In both ohnrohes every day, AU seats
free. Both churches opon all day for private prayer.
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The alarm of lire oil Sun'ny demonstrated, as former occasions have
done more or less clearly, that everything ia not just as it should be with
regard  to the oity's fire protection
facilities, in the event of any sudden or serious conflagration.   Even
tor a fire developing at an ordinary
rate of speed, and getting beyond
the stage when buckets could be sue
cessfully used, we  are  ill-prepared
without some improvements in our
fire  protection service.   It is the
judgment of those who  have good
opportunities for noting the weak
points  in  the present service that,
since the old hand ongine has been
removed  to  the lire ball on Royal
avenue, it is almost impossible to get
water on a fire, except from buckets,
in its incipient stages, which, it is
trite to remark, is the critical time.
Owing  to  the  limited supply of
water contained in the tanks, the
steam fire engine is invariably taken
to the river on an alarm being given,
and, consequently, some little time
would have to elapse before hosecould
be laid  and water thrown on some
parts of the business portion of the
oity.   The obvious remedy proposed,
until the completion of our much-
needed water works at least, is that,
the old hand-engine having been removed to Koyal avenue,  another
light hand engine should be procured
without delay and placed in the central  hall on Oolumbia street.   A
certain numbor of the  fire brigade
could then be oharged with the running of this light engine to one of the
tanks—or, in case of the fire being
somewhere adjacent to the hall, connecting with the tank at the rear—
and water could thus be thrown in
a very short time upon sny fire in
the business precinct.   In this way
many conflagrations might be nipped
in the bud and others kept in check
unlil tbe steam engine got to work.
The  fire  on Sunday, although it
turned  out to be trifling, and was
extinguished by buckets, might have
proved very serious, and it could
hardly help being remarked that, if
the fire had not been otherwise extinguished, the steam fire  engine
would   most probably have been a
little  too lato to have saved the
building, and perhaps the adjacent
buildings.   Another apparent argument in favor of having a light hand
engine on the busi-ksatu-fpat*—
where the most serious fires would
naturally  occur—is  that such an
engine can be managed and worked
by almost anyone without the aid of
the engineer, who might chance, as
on  Sunday, to be a littlo behind
tiin,', and thus the most.serious consequences, which delay where fire is
concerned   is almost sure to mean,
would  be obviated.   We are sure
that  the civio and fire authorities,
and the citizens generally, will see
the advisability, the necessity, of
immediate action in the direction
outlined above and will act accord-
ihgly?   It is true that in the course
of a year, when our water works
nre completed, we shall, by taking
advantage of these, occupy a most
unexceptionable position with regard
to fire protection ;  but, in the interim, the addition we have men-
turned is urgently needed to our fire
protective service, and it will be the
part of wisdom to provide it at once.
In the lively and "coming" town
bf Whatcom they appreciate the
need of the enforcement of Sunday
closing regulations. As a matter of
fact, any city or town, whose people
possess that very essential quality
of self-respect, and the desire for
true advancement in all that makes
a community worth living in, looks
as closely to the condition of its
morals as it does to its streets, and
recognizes that the claims of one
are as binding as those of the other.
The Whatcom Bulletin laments the
lax stato of tilings in its community,
and suggests the obvious remedy, as
follows: "On Sunday night it would
not have been difficult to corral half
I damn intoxicated men, while yes-
ttrday morning a number of somi-
drunks staggered along the streets
as If looking for a place to sleep off
the effects of a debauch of the night
before. Such is the result of open
saloon, on Sunday, in direct defiance
' of the laws of the city and territory.
Though uo direct action haa been
taken toward the closing of the
saloons on Sunday, the subject has
received considerable discussion of
Ute, and even a number of the best,
saloon men are in favor of olosing
their places of business on Sunday.
They just follow the custom of keeping open on that day, and would
gladly ahut up shop if the law were
generally enforced. The custom is
t haul one. It don't look well, has
* Tory evil effect and is a direct vio
lation of Um law, and should not be
allowed uy more than the open violation ot any other law, It lies
with tha authorities to insist upon
tha law being observed, and those
concerned to obey. A hint is as
good as * kiok, and a word to the
wise to sufficient" The foregoing
remarks have the true ring, and if
the Whatcom authorities aot accordingly they will be doing themselves
and their town honor.
DAILY BRITISH COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. O., JULY 2, 1689.
VOLUME VII.—NO. 1.
A cotemporary who has been
thero, voices tho groans of his brother martyrs in the following, which
will hurt no one to road, and may
fall upon good ground : Muny who
write for newspapers little think of
the printer, who spends hours of toil
over their falso grammar, bad orthography und poor punctuation.
How often are the arguments of
lawyers, in high repute us scholars,
given to printers in their own handwriting, many words, ond especially
technical and foreign terms, abbreviated, words niisfielled, and few or uo
points, and those few, if there uro
any, entirely out of plate. The sermons of eminent divines are frequently sent to the press without
points or capitals to designate the
division of sentences — sermons
whicli, if published with the imperfections of the manuscript, would
disgrace the printer's devil if he
were tho author. Suppose they hud
beon so printed 1 The printer would
have been treated with contempt as au illiterate blockhead
—as a fellow better suited to be a
wood sawyer than a printer. Nobody would have believed that such
gross and palpable faults wero owing
to the carelessness of the author.
And no one but the practical printer
knows how many hours a compo-dtor,
and, after him a proof-reader, is
compelled to spend in reducing to a
readable condition manuscript that
tho writers themselves would be
puzzled to read.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Tho following well put thoughts,
from uu exchange, ure worth pondering, by the rlning generation
especially, who ure generally prone
to over-estimate themselves in uny
capacity. Every thinker knows that
the man who would succeed must
do more work than he gets paid for,
in every profession and trado. Wo
take it for granted thut the man
who will do only §20 worth of work
a week because his salary hi but $20
will never get more than $20 a week
for the simple reason thut he has
never shown his employer that he
is worth more. We figure it that
an employee who means to succeed
has to do from 10 to 20 per cent,
more work than he gets actual pay
for, This he has to do until he
reaches a certain point, nud having
reached that point lio will liml that
by as much us his income hus increased, by so much has the demand
for amount and intensity of his labor
diminished. To put this theory into
figures, we will say that u hoy receiving 83 a week should do $4
worth of work, the boy receiving S5
a week should do $7 worth of work ;
but when he gets to be a man and
receives §20 a week, ho should do
§30 work of work; a man receiving
§30 should do 840 worth of work,
and so ou until, Bay, the salary
reaches $75, and tho laborer can
give himself somewhat of a-rest;
thut is to say, altout §50 worth of
work will satisfy his employer.
Labor brings its market value, tvnd
is seldom over-paid, oftener underpaid, It is the experience—the
know-how—that brings the money.
Job printing of all kinda neatly done
.< tbe Columbian uttico, Prices will be
fount) an low an ai any other office in
tlie [■rovu.ee — Adv
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
QAWMIMj OWNERS, LOtiGKItS, and
p otlieru are uotltleti llint our steel
Tiig-boal,
"TBPXO,"
Will bo rctitly for work nbout lite Hlli I list.,
and we are iirepurctl lo cuter into contractu ror all kinds of towing, lightering, &o.
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
dmrStc Vancouver, & C.
Tenders for Loan.
11ENDERS WIl-T- BE RECEIVED UP
. MONDAY, IMImIuj of Jiilj, inns, nt
-1 o'clock p. m„ for li-mling to the Corporation of the Municipality of ClillHwliack
llio sum of 82.000.ixi, scoured on debenture*!
tinder the Munlcipiillty Lnnii By-law of
■BSD. These doiientii'PH are for $200.00 ench
nnd enrry seven per cent, per annum interest. Tender.- rany be for miy portion of
tbe loan.
'I he lilj-hcst. or nny tender not necessarily nccepted.
Tenders to be addressed to the Clerk of
tbo Municipal Council of Chilliwhack.
Dated ihlw mh dny of June, A. D. 1889.
M. CAWLEY,
dwJirfHtd Hcevo,
rosweyancers tt Notaries Public*.
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Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms easy.
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ha receive 1 by lhe undersigned for
t Iii? bulldlngi. lobe i-rei-le-l fin-1 lit- provincial cxlilbilion on (ine-iii-.s pink f"Izo
and class of bn I Id i »f:s i-orj--fn.il ami all
oilier pnitlctllnrs can be oUlnlnod on
upnl lent ion (o
THOS. CVS N1 NO! IA M,
Ohtilrninn E'nrfc CominHlos.
Westminster, .Tunc 17,1SSD,        ttjelrto
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
ESH  MILK
Delivered Dully to Customer.! In all purls
of the City.
Hotel* and Restaurants sumillet. nt special Rules by Uio year.
FRESH EOQA
Delivered at Market Rates.
Onion left at M. Sinci-aih's will be
promptly alleuded to.
WKAVh.lt A WOODWAIID-
dJolHyl l-roprlofors.
G. E. WOODS A. G. GAMBLE
Lahd SunvEvon. Kotary Publio.
LAND SURVEYORS,
Seal EstaU Insurancs, Financial Agmti
AND CONVEYANCERS.
jLG-isjsrTa :e*o:r
FIRE.-Tiie Western of Toronto-TbeJ&t--
on, Tlie I'll\ o* .LoMun-und The Hnrl-
tord,
LIthT.—Tho Now York Life Insurance Co.
ACCIDENT—Tho Travellers'of Hartford
Lnnd Surveying hi nil Its branches lio-
otimloly nnd oromotly carrlnd ont,
City mul Hulmrlian l.niuli. for gale*
Wu-'iiii -"hi-w a enioplt-lo II I of desirable
localities,
Fni'mhi'fl.'i'i'l*', Improved mid niilm-
prnvo , tb'ronglionl tlio district.
Alining ntiil other Stock Iwugbl und
sold,
Moticy lo lirtim on first moi'l^ve al
low rates.
WOODS, TUUNKIU'fiA.MBliR,
Office, Eumo-s Block,   •   Columbia Stieet
nkw wkstminstki:
dmllHIe
•jp 3C o 3sr x: des
KSTAULiaiJ131) 18 2,
Jas. Cunningham
COLUMBIA STREET, WESTMIKSTEH, -. C,
IM POUTER OF
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTURER OF
J^-TINS SHEET-IRONWARE,
CONTRACTS FOIt
Iron Cornice Work, das-fltting,
Pliiralilnif, Roofing, Ac.
WANTED.
ONE    THOUSAND    COUOS   CJEDAll
Rolls, four to seventeen fee! long--:
Apply to
dte   ROYALCrrY PLANING MILLS CO.
City Taxes.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH A ItESOLU*
tion of tlio Oity Council,passed on tbo
26th inst., nil Oity Taxes on roal estate for
tbo current, yoar will lie subject lon, rebate
of ai per cent. If paid beforo the .list .Inly,
pro**:. This rebate docs not applyto arrears or debenture rates.
P. ROBSON.
City Clerk.
City Clerk's Office,
mil-Inn-.*, 188H. Joi7dwlw
NOTICE TOCOHTRAOiaS
SEALED TENDERH WILL HP* BB-
ceived by the Trustees of the Royal
Columbian Hospital Company up to noon
of MA'llJRDAY, ','01 li July, for tho erection and completion of a Hospital on Lot
4, nioolt 2, Suburbs of Now Westminster.
Eucb innder must bo nc'-ompanieil by
an accepted bank cheque for nsum equal
io live percent, of ihe amount of the ton-
ilt>r, made -pay-it-le to the undersigned, hi
the ovont of a contract being let lhe
cheque will be iPlained as part sei-urity
for ibe due performance of lhe work.
The cheque will be returned to utisuc-
i-es-ifiil compelitoi-.-!, bul, will bu forfeited
by any bidder who may decline lo execute a enn tract if culled upon lo do no,
Plans mid sped Ilea! bms  can   lie wen
nnd fori; sfor tender obtained at tlie oflloe
of Clow A Muclun-. architect.-- New Westminster.
The lowest or nuv lender not noun-sarlly
accepted. W. H. KB AUY,
Hon. Secretary.
Royal Columbian Hospital,
New Wesl.,-mil Juiu-.lttD.     dje27ld
5sn Joacon.
Pure Canadian Lard.
Goffees a specialty.
JUST RECEIVED,
A tlA'K-IJOAl* OF
PelUiceCoii-spriiigilcLaiflilan
Comorford S HcDonnli,
ffiRCHANf 1AIL0RS-
\Y
m
a® mj as *TE*s- m ns sr*3§
 ___.T,VCZ>	
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
3mocrat and Express Wagons!
■£5" The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offere-.'. for sale ill
British Columbia.-TES
T^II-iOIRIISTG-
A n„v !!„,■ of Glottis j„-( received,
oonslsllt.g ot nil tl,.' I.nt.sl De-
Hii,,,-. ft'otll fcluropcni, Alni'ki Is
MR. .1. A. MnllllUtlAI.I. will rlnl '.,
ll,",!l|lll„K,iltl,l  I'  «   !»■!»'   I   liirrl'IIIlll'
or lv-..|vi>ji'iif'c>-iprltliic In IlinlJnlli'il
Slnl»| nl.-. i»'" s-t'tiM  .ii  tniDiiniii Inr
Messrs. (Iicgi*.*-i,n, of Victor n.
Biittituniliiii (uantnlpptl,
CntiuDi,-. Si-ia, ;.p. sme B'liiro* M'-ntAi
I.A.IcRAE
Mci'c8iai.t,'i iaik*!!-
DEAUTI   III, HANOI') OF
Black & Fancy Worsteds
itrj-M-l-MUl Olleolt-
FOR HI'RINfl  ANDHUMMKn,
Opp. Colonial Hotel
Coi.tTstniA St.,   *   Nbw Wehtmixstku.
dwmli2Slo
NOW IS YOUR
IMMENSE   BARGAINS
•—IN	
Suits it Pants
&
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
Wo nro Helling lhe bost of
English, Scotch & French Clootls
At prices nwny down Chonpor I loin
Ever.
(Jail and examine nud wc are Kntlsaod
thnt you will buy beforo you leave thn
storo.
All work guaranteed,
dmhlyl 88 Colmubln Street.
'Toronto' Mowers
,:,-  Maxwell Mowers
H
The Little Maxwell
Stool frail Binders.
« ****** 6^-. j
s«f*»iw'i<a
e °*Wfia
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.C.
Phi'iiet. Wn, Warden Tools,
BU1TIKH C
Tii.;:.:.-   Rake.-';.-^
Siiia-'Kl'S   Do.    yWt^y,
'■ '''Sfivjr^''^'
■.r/.we!i Oo„     "l^*
m MUM,
4'iiliiinliiii SI rent, tfow Wcstininstci'.
VAN   VOLKENB
11 .i
in
BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT lMJRVUVOltS IN GEV1-5RAI'.    I'ltESH  ASII COKMil)
MEATS AliWAYS OX ll,VM>.
jargpcciul lints tjuotoil for tlio Bbiiipiu-j Iratlo.   Runlly onlorattrlotly nltciiilotl
to.   Hotels will Hnti it to llioir intorest to plnco lliuir orilors will, tlio nliovo fittn.
. Illinois-
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN &~REI CHEN BACH,
DEALERS lfl ALL KINDS OfVrESH& SALT MEAT
Hams, Kawiii, SmiBngo, Bolognas, etc.
OOMIVSEROIAL PRINTING.
Tire Columiiian Piustiso EsTAUt.isiiMia-1' lins H-"l.oi-iiiii fnoi..lios foi
all kinds of Oommcroial Printing. Dill llsads Letter Hoad*, Circular*,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of ovory tioscviption, Posters, Dodgers.
PrlCO Lists, io.   Prices will bo found lis low ns nt nny otlior ofllon whore
(irst-class work is dono.
/3%     r.% p. »"y ff% tf*" g..
Wn   i'-J-'m nil"! 1 i'i!
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY,
i Intending Buyers should make a, note
of this, as it goes to show that wo -ell
more Stoves than any two Houses in I lie
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business,
ar & Coo
tail ttr Sts,,'!?,!  ;r
fa.  S. b1
Sotai|llwWjy8r,
THIiiSI'ACU HKI.'lSii-.
H. T. &E&D & CO
HARDWARE MEHCUAXTK.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
riiri a    -tr* .u-. ,r<_     •.: ■ ;■-,',   v. , ,-->. b
u tl ObIIIb nHQiPI
[-'rout St,, New Wostrrilnste'i-, B.C.
■;: o:ss3Si-;s7 su^.-*kt-,      -      -      3XEj*M.aLtt»_tas_..
T__:A.zz<r-_,-.i.i:l\i:.:vu . ■■:. zr_ oz,y
MM ENGINES, S/^W MILL, FIbH CAP-: '/
ACniKJtlltti'ItAIi « Al.!, lilN'B.S OF HAeiilXEIM'.
Brass and Iron Cast-hiss uiafie to Oder.
liEPAIRIi'lC DON* WITH IHATII•:'.. ASD lllSPATCH.
P. S.—All oriluri iiiiiji tltti ujijifri n itt ry pro-nptl) lUlcntlpfi t=.
/****,
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Sii-ci'!, SewWc-.tinliislcr.
lewfestmiosterlillslooleiiiieods
EX'lii-^A F'ANII|!,y BLAMtcsrrs,
FUNNELS, WORSTEDS h® Uindsof loolcnG^ds
jji'Ain-sfi im. ttstn niMi.
lis* The only Mtuisc on the Mainland whicli keeps the M um-
factuFC i of the New Westminster Wt ilen Mills. Patrd'Hlze Home
Industry,
t..',lili!   li.C
Dousflas &:, D-oiv'
Ull
. it'Hi'sLww    wflOl
■   SlSil  u_
SADDLEWAR-jE, l-
COLONIAL   Bl   I   :,
Columbia Street,       Now Weso
HEN'I) IN YOUII 0BDEU8,   Al.l, WOHK Ol TDK BEaT
WOHKMANSHir.   I'Klrns 1..11V.
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MASUFACTl'P-r.H!* AND 1'KALKIW IN
s oi ii
Shingles, Shakes, laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
■A.*Sr*D  ALL  ICI1TDS  OJJ-
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
I>«sob"s;   Frames.   .Windows,
il-Hil'lings. Balusters,
HHmls. Brackets,
Railings, Newels,
PLAIN AND FANGV AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolMwlr VOLUME VII.-NO. 1.
DAILY BRITISH OOLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., JULY 2, 1889.
STORY OF A TOY BANK.
It Tells of a Man's Love for Els
Benefactor.
Sitting in the offlco of one ol Boston s
prosperous, lumber merchants tbo other
afternoon, enjoying a friendly ehsX, 1
noticed on tho tlesK a small toy bank. My
curloBity being cscited, 1 remarked to the
merchant;
"Keeping that littlo hank in the office to
drop pennies in for the son and heir, I supposo?"
"Ob, no,1' was tho reply. "That toy lias
quite a history; and although it may do
used in future for tho purposo you speak
of, it nover haa up to tbo present timo,
for it only camo into my possession yesterday."
Still curious, I Inquired as to tho nature
ot tho "history" alluded to, and llnding the
roorchant rather unwilling to tell it, I politely pressed him for particulars.
"Well, you seom to bo determined to go*
it out of mo, anyway, so I'll toll you tho
whole story of how tho littlo bank camo
into my possession, for it is so refreshing
to he ablo to speak of a genuinely honorable man in this ago of shams and impostors,
"It was in 1881, nnd I was in tho employ
of a largo firm over tho way as book-keeper,
occasionally transacting lumber sales in
this city. I had been on n visit to East
Boston ono afternoon, making a salo of
lumber, when, on returning to tho forry, I
reached the landing just as tho boat had
departed, I walked around tho wharf, and
noticed, scatea on ono of tho benches, a
young fellow, npparontly in groat pain, for
ho wus moaning and holding his head between his bauds.
"A number of persons kopt passing and
repassing blm whilo waiting for tUc next
bout, hut no ono seemed to notice bim. I,
however, thought there must bo something
tho matter, and when I reached tho spot
ngnln whero he was seated I asked him tho
causo of tiis apparent pain.
" Uo told mo that ho had a short time boforo met with what ho had thought to bo a
trilling accident up in the railroad freight
yard. Ho was a brakeman, and during tbo
shifting of somo cars had been slightly
squeezed botween them, but had not taken
much notice of it for a whilo. Soon aftor,
howovor, ho folt very bad, and was now on
his way to his lodging, beingunablotokeep
on with his work. He said ho was n
stranger in Boston, and had no homo
further than a room in a lodging-house,
nnd not a friend wbo could do any thing for
him.
"Feeling suro tho poor follow was hurt
much moro than be thought himself to be,
1 offered my help when tho boat came into
tho slip, and walked with him to tho cabin.
On arriving at tho city sido I found ho had
grown much worse, but with my help ho
managed to walk to Hanover street,
"I now began to fool quite alarmod for
him, but by cheerful persuasion ho man-
aged to walk 03 far as the polico atation,
whoro wo entered, and I Bpoko to tbo Captain explaining under wnat circumstances
I had found him, and suggested tho ambu-
lunco to convoy him to tho hospital.
"Tlio Captain, howover, thought that as
ho had been ablo to got so far, ho could get
on a horso car, and by that means reach tlio
hospital. I felt that I ought not to leavo
him, nud finding that ho hod not a cont
about hiin, I placed him iu a horso car and
accompanied him to tho hospital, whoro ho
was ndinittod in a very weak condition,
" Wlien I parted from him I gavo him
somo monoy, and ho promised to writo or
cnll upon mo as soon as ho was able, which
bo hoped would he boforo long, and os ho
l ii ni ilia! mo for my kindness, with tears in
llio eyes, I was indeed a proud man»and
folt well repaid for my troublo in looting
after him.
'- Somo throo weeks after whon tho littlo
incident had gono from my mind, I received
it letter from bim stating that ho should bo
able toicavo tlio hospital in a fow days,
nnd ttiat ho would call upon mo at my homo;
and ono evening shortly after ho did so.
**Aftoi- tbanlting mo for my kindness
again, bo told mo that ho had been injured
much moro than bo thought, his skull being
sotnowhat crushed', bosldes injury to othor
portions of his body, and during our conversation I found that ho was penniless. In as
quiet a manner as possiblo I pressed upon
him a fow dollars to help him along. Ho
reluctantly accepted my offer, and on parting told mo that I should hear from bim
again when he would repay what ho insisted
should bo n loan aud not a gift,
" This occurred, as I said, in 1881, and I
had novor soon or hoard of him sinco that
timo until yesterday.
"It appears from tho story ho has told mo
that aftor visiting mo ho secured employment to take charge of a car-load of cattlo to
the West, whoro ho remained at work for
somo timo. Ho afterward camo to Now
York, remaining thoro a yoar or two, Whilo
in that city business called him on two occasions to Boston, aud each time whik-flicro ho
had tried hard to find mc. Ho h£| gono to
" my rosidenco, but found I had loft the city,
nsl had moved out into tho country aftor
my marriago, and I had not given him tho
address of tlio firm in whoso employ I hod
been at tho timo. So ho had to roturn to
Now York without seeing mo,
"During tho present year ho removed
from Now York to Boston, and still kept up
lho search for mo, nil bis ondoavora proving
fruitless until tho other day, whilo passing
along this streot, ho vyas attraoted by thb
namo of tho compnny with which I was
formerly associated. There, that la tbo
tiigii, straight across tho street.
"Tho namo of tho firm camo to his mind
n3 that of tho ono I had told him I worked
for, and bo at onco entered tho counting-
room, mado Inquiries, giving such n description of mo as ho could best remember,
but was again unsuccessful, for no ono of
the clerks could givo him any information,
I having left thore soveral years ago lo en-
tor tiio firm of which I nm now a partner.
"Singularlyenough tho gcntloman who
up to ubout a year ago had filled tho position
I formerly occupied Is uow holding tho
samo post for our firm, and his resemblance
to myself is n striking one, wo being, in
fact, cousins. Tho senior of tho clerks ovor
tho way saw from a description givon a
likeness of my book-keeper, and although
he did not think bo had been with tho firm
In tho year mentioned, he advised the young
mun to stop over to our office and inquiro
for bim.
Uo camo ovor, and tho rosomblanco was
so strong thnt ho could hardly dp convinced
that lie had not found tho friend lio said ho
had boon searching for during tho lust six
years.
" In tho pour-iQ ot thoir conversation my
cousin asked him if ho remembered where
tho houso was situated when he paid a visit
tome, and on his mentioning tho streot,
mid knowing tbat 1 had formerly resided
tncro, saw at onco that. I was tho mun ho
was bolting for, aud told him to como in
yesterday, whon I Bhould bo in tno office.
» Yesterday ho camo, and had I not been
ncquuiutcd of the caso by my book-keeper
tho recognition would still havo been mu*
turn. He was dcllghtod to find me, - and
wltb tears In bin oyes thanked mo again and
again for tbo littlo oot of kindness I had
performed years boforo, and to which lie
satd lio attributed hiB success sinco that
timo.
"Ho nad boon working in Now York, and
tho first dollar ho had ovor managed to savo
ho placed in that Httio toy, ho having bought
it for tlio purpose, und had added to his
storo until ho nod the amount I had given
him, with iplerost.
•-From thhc timo ho had beer, searching
forme, but up to tho dny ho hnd soon tho
muno of tho firm whon acelucn tally passing itioug tbls Btreot, ho had not boon abio
to got tho slightest clew to my whoro-
abouta,
" Two or threo years ago ho married, was
now at work in Boston, and tbo littlo bank
ho produced from lus pocket eontalnod tho
sum I had loaned him, whieh lie had aucrod*
ly preserved for tho soio purposo of repaying mo. Many n timo his wilo had asked
him why ho kopt tho littlo toy so carofully,
n.id what tho contents woro for, but no had
kopt tho secret ovon from hor, and now
thai ho imd found ine ho hoped tbatl wou-d
not rofuao to nccopt it,
ing wifo, and ho should not feel tho payment; and ho could not bo satisfied without
ret timing to me what he claimed had bceu
tbo means of giving him his start in life,
and could not feel happy unless I allowed
him to completo tho work ho hod for tho
past six years tried hard to accomplish.
" Ai> you see, i havo accepted the littlo
toy, and I feel as proud as it I hod been presented with some testimonial of respect by
my employes.
" That is tho story of the Uttle toy bank,"
—Boston GIoIjc. .
GORGEOUS   COSTUMES.
Tho Cost or Mr;.. Cornelius Vaiulerbllt'fl
Kx'-oisitw Wardrobe.
" At the beginning of laat season I ordered a round dozen of ball dresses from
Worth, nnd not ono is fit to wear again,!'
said Mi-3 Cornelius Vanderbllt to a friend
Lhe other dny, according to tho New York
Journal
When ono thinks of tho flimsy tulles and
gauzes, the delicate laces nnd satins which
form the present materials for evening
dresses; and then counts tho rough treatment ouch cobweb goods receivo in a
U'owded ball-room, this is not to bo wondered at. The chief beauty of a hall dress
is its freshness, and at a Becond wearing
thia will be entirely lost. Tbo most simple
gown of whito tulle garlanded with lilies or
hyacinths costs nt tlio least f300 when mado
by Worth. Tho same gown could bo mado
nt hunt?-, for £30, but whero would bo the
bliss in wearing it)
Mrs. Vandoibilt'a most expensive bail
dress coat £6Q0, and yet it was a very simple
dross io tho masculine eye, at least. She
wore it on tho ovening of her own ball, uud
without a single jewel. It was a dolicnte
lilac Kutin, mado with a court train and cut
low in the heck; tho skirt was hand-embroidered with clusters of lilacs, touched
with tiny gold bends, and the entire dress
draped in lilac tullo run with threads
of gold.
One of the most inexpensive ball dresses
was made iu town, and wub of silver satin
brocade and whito faille Bilk, the brocade
forming tho court train. This gown, cost
but 8800, and 'was made by a modiste uptown.
Her dinner nnd opera dresses are always
very handsome—rich brocades and velvets-
satins and laces being used. Most of them
no mado in town. One little gem is a
pearly satin, looking like silvor, tho entire
front of the gown and tho corsago boing a
mass of steel bends. Panels of dove-gray
velvet are introduced at tbo Bides, and the
bodice is entirely of tho velvet. Another is
or pansy-velvet brocaded inthe Hower and
combined with plain satin of the samo
shade.
As for tea gowns, Bho seldom wears thom,
not caring to change hor dress moro than'
three times a day, but she haa four or fivo
which she wears at hor "at homes."
Tho sum of $10,000 was spent for imported
drosses and wraps last fall, and the summer wardrobe foi' wear at Newport has
just been ordered nt a similar cost. Fivo
wraps, all exceptionally handsome, 'nave
been worn tliis winter by Mra. Vaiidorbllt.
A sealskin dolman, costing$3,600; an opera
cloak of whito silk, lined with ermine, whicli
was imported for §3,000; a small jot wrap,
a plush wrap and a ahort, braided jacket
wore the other throo.
"It keeps threo women constantly employed making Mrs. Vandcrbilt's underwear," said a young woman at tho Woman's
Exchange tho other day. "She always lias
every article mado by hand, and as tlio
sheerest cambrics and finest linens are
used tlio work is slow. Sho prefers Torchon
or Valenciennes laco trimmings to embroidery, and a great many sets aro of
drawn work.
-• Besides tlio garments made by these
threo womon, 1 believe she hns alllrou.underwear imported, ami a act of throo pieces
costs over SJ50. 1 should think alio spends
nbout 81,000 n year ou underwear nud ns
much moro on lingerie and hahultorchieis.
Tho latter aro always hemstitched by hand,
nail sho uses ns many ns six dozon u year.
You know society women never have pockets and are always losing their handkerchiefs."
As for bonnets, gloves, stockings and
shoes, Mrs. Vanderbllt has all of those articles imported to mutch her drcBsos, und tit
a yearly expense of 8500 for bonnets nnd tlio
sniiio amount for tho other threo articles.
Sho only orders two pairs of walking shoes
eaoh year, and thoso have beon made' for
yenrs by a Russian, in St. Petersburg, who
Jits hor to perfection. With $15,000 for
dresses—twelve for bulls, ten for dinners
ami receptions, fifteen for summer wear—
another £.,000 for wraps, $300 for bonnets,
SI-WOO for underwear, $".00 for gloves nnd
shoos. §!,000 for lingerie and handkerchiefs,
mul 82,000 for parasols, combs, hairpins uud
the t housahd little nrt teles that women wear,
nud it is not difficult to seo how easily $26,000
is spout.      _____
GEORGIA'S WILD  BOY.
Strango Discovery ur a Hunter In tlio
Mount Alto CWi,
The mysterious appearance of a lost child
In tho cliffs around Mount Alto, nbout six
miles down tho Coosa rivor, near tho Itixey
farm, says tlio Homo (Ga.) Tribune, ie creating considerable excitement in tbat
neighborhood,
Ono day recently Crew Price took a hunt
over tho mountain ranges adjacent to tho
farm on which ho resides. Aftor ho had
been hunting some timo he heard his dog
harking at a lively rato on tho opposito sido
of tho mountain on which ho was walking.
Ab ho got nearer tho dog, ho thought ho had
bayed somo largo animal and waa afraid to
attack it. But-tlie astonishment of tho
hunter can bo hotter l-ffrlncd than described when ho disca^\;d that tho dog
bad at buy a small bojt\fn cliff of, a rock
juat above. Tho boy was apparc j about
ten years old, and rather small foi Wis ago.
His clothes were ragged and torn, and the
oottom ipart,.of his brooches woro frayed
into shreds around his anklos. Ho
woro no hat nor coat, and his onco wiiito
shirt was dirty and split in tho bnck
and front. His sleovos woro almost torn
into ribbons, leaving his arms oxposod.
When Mr. Prico began talking to .him tho
littlo fellow began crying, and would not
answor the question a3kod as to whom ho
was or whero ho lived. Tho child soon began climbing up tho rocks, and disappeared
iu tho direct ion of Cedar Cliffs. As soon' as
possiblo, Mr. Price tried to ascend tbo
precipitous sido of tho mountain to follow
tho boy. Tho hound tracked tho lost child
for somo distanco, but oould not follow tlio
trail after reaching Cedar CliiTs. Tho
aoarch was continued for some time but
novor a vostlgo of n trace could bo found,
from which it seems that tho boy was well
acquainted with his haunts. Mr. Price
lives on tho Rlxoy farm, but neither himself nor uny other man in the neighborhood,
who nro uccustomed to hunt squirrels and
turkeys on tho range of mountains, hnvo
ovor scon or known of tho child., Nothing
moro has bceu hoard' or seen of tho lost
boy since Mr. Prico'B discovery. Thero Is
talk of organizing a party of thoso living
in tho noigborhood to look for tho boy, and
fiud out who ho is and how ho was lost.
loulan. Was Excinod,
A toachor iu ouo of tho Now .York publio
schools has boon much annoyed by truancy,
and has recently inforccd tho rulo that her
scholars, ou tbelr roturn to school after any
absence, must bring her a noto stating In
full tho cause of suoh absonco, and tho ox-
act longth of Its duration, said note to bo iu
tho handwriting of parent or guardian. Tho
following is a noto brought by ono of her
pupils aftor two week's abBonco:
"Loulan was absent mondny, pleaso okcubo
hor,
Louisa was absent toosday, sho had a sore
tli voto.
Louisa was absent wedsday, sho had a sore
throto.
Louisa was abiont thursday, sho had a sore
throto,
Louisa was absent friday, sho bad aiore
throto.
Road this over again fornextwoek."
How to Detect gower tins,
Tho presence of sowor gas iu a room may
ho dotootod by tho following mothod: Un*
glazed papor ia saturated with a solution of
ucotnto of loud In rain water, ono ounce of
lead salt being dissolved hi eight ounces of
tlio liquid. Allow tho pnpor to purthiHydry
. _r.... and thon oxpoao It in lho room which Is bus*
"Heoingmyroluotanco,hosuldhowasin poctod of contnining tho deleterious gas.
constant worki hud a good homo and a lov- Auy considerable quantity ef tho gas turns
■ the paper Mwfc
"IS"
It IVIaies
You Hur
"I have 08e*J Palne's Celeiy com pound and ll
hns lwdasttlutarj
effect. ItlnyJgorat.
Od the Bjuteih audi
feci lllte a
man. It improve":
the appetite and
racllltflU's dlgcs*
Stion." J. T. Cope*
land, I'rlmus, & C.
Spring medicine moanoreore now-a-days than It
did ten years ago. The wlnteror 188S-S9 haBlefl
the nerves all fagged out. Tho nerves must ba
strengthened, tho blood purified, liver and
bowels regulated. Pulno's Celery Compound-'
(Ae Spring medicine of toni**•/—docs aU this,
as nothing else enn. Prescribed by Physicians,
Recommended by Druggists, Endorsed by Ministers,
Guaranteed by the Manufacturers to be
The Best
Spring Medicine.
■■ In the spring et 188TI waa all run down, J
would got up in tho morning with so tlrctl e
Feeling, and was so weak thnt I could hardly get
around. 1 bought a bottle of Palne's Celeiy Com*
pound, and before 1 had taken it a weok I felt
very much better. I can checfully recommend
It to all who need a building up nndstrcngthen-
Ing medicine." Hra. B. A. Dow, Burlington, Vt
Paine's
Celery Compound
(a a unique tonic and appetizer. Pleasant to
the taste, quick ln Its action, and without any
Injurious effect, it gives that rugged health
which makes everything taste good. It cures
lyspepala and kindred disorders. Physicians
prescribe It. fi.oo. six lor js.oo. Bruggista
WSlW,RlCHiM)BOH&CO.,    .   MOKTUIL.
W. 0. LOYE,
pi
!:*-.nilrh.-.   "-.'-'ifl'    ll,in».   ('o)-Ii  Siii**
W».-lf.-t Specialty,
OVOrders priompliy attended lo,
Clarkson Sf., in rear nf Cotonlul Jlu-
lot, uex| lo rtttJii] Bros,'oilice)  ilnoH*-
0IAHOHD DYES ttSPMKS
ucrmo i-TOjgrg&BSSk
•UTOTIOB.
 ... .  luivo
olittrcD nf iny business, nml tins ntillifirlly
to collect nml tllschnrgo all ti-enunls In
connection therewith, etc.
S. H. WEBB.
Noir Westminster, Juno 0,18611.   tlJeQma
lllll 111(11]
[Removed nun Zmi oh ia Victoria]
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
tlmhamiB VICTORIA, 1>. C.
-■"JlSIEIOSii Jt_.-StX.l__.
DRESSMAKING
At MISS  JENNINGS',
(Late 01* Enoj-anjj)
Cornor of Church and Columbln filroets,
NKW WESTMI.N'BTBIt.
•KB*.Satls/actlpii guaranteed.    dwfe;io
Dress-Making!
Misses IVIcDOuGALL
COLUMBIA   BTKKSTi
New Westminster, B.C.
-OPSltUs-iinliini -.
FRESH CALIFORNIA ANO LOCAL
FraMf ci*
ALWAYS OK HAND.       '"
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
iljeailo
THIS THUnODOH-BBBD STOKE-POOIS
JERSEY BULL,
"Covernos- SVioody"
Will stand for fiorvlco thiss.-nson lit Pel-
hum Pnli.v. New Wi'-1!minsler, whero tho
bean t If nl vetof this superb animal can be
seen and Inspected,
A fow calves for sale,  Terms reason-
ablo.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
Rat.i'ii Booth, ■ 1'ioprk'ior.
Malinger. rtmyiiito
Corbett & Kennedy,
:iam:'!-a;'ti-ui:i- ,
TUB WESTMINSTER
aras
JOHN S. COX, Pnop.
Llglit il'-'i-iiiitii-i,
Pai'tit'ldgo t'oul-tilua,
Plymouth Hacks,
White luce I!l>k»i]iniil*jli
WIiii« Crested, Hlacfc   ami Qoliluii
PolnmU.
IIO ml nun i       -rllvi r-ji-'imlllt'l    Ham*
lut 1'RB.
I'ln.'k, Uid mul Pitt GatiitK.
Tonlottfif Clt'tioe.      II ouiti Dili-.'. -t.
VIOTORIA
Steam Bakery!
K8TAIII.ISUISI] IMS.
M.R
Miiiit
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
iMITH & CO.,
ciVrcrxof All KliulHQf
11 fo ii Government, Ac.
Modul and Diploma irwarilotl at tho Colonial nnd Indian K.vtilbltlon, London, 16S0.
FACTORY—Nlniiiim Ml, James Hay,
OFKICES-57Fort h|„ Vlutbrlii, ILC.
dnpSinQ
Port Kells
Tins Fine Townsito, at the Fresh-Water
Junction of llio
Southern Railw'y
 WITH TIIK-
ii un--*. Abtmi lvistnitnsti'i',
Has just been Surveyed, antl the Lota
aro for snlo by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J, HILL & COMPANY
Of Nkw Wrstmikster, 11, C.
.The nrtvnntaj'es nnd prospects of this
Plot for a futuro thriving Town iii'ii
ninny.
Tho Land in the vicinity is good.
Thero are incxIinustHilo IRON OKK
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, intinc-
illntely ndjnccnt, as well (is vast strath of
tho finest BUILDINO SAND nnd POT-
TKUYOLAY.-
Ou tho Townsito nre n number of vnlu-
ablo MINERAL SPRTN09,
Commuiiicfilion by lnnd nm] wator is
unequalled, hyroauonof tin- 1-x.itio-i of
the Townsito on tin; lfiMser Rlvor nml
tho Southern Railway, while tlio nntui'til
elevation and lay of ttie land enn hot he
oxcolleil aa n situation for n line town.
Tho ground is open ami oloar of heavy
timber.
Tho Bite lins boon selected a. onn of
tbo most important. Bthtto s on tho
Southern Railway, nml Willi Llm completion of the road, in the near future,
must, with nil its other advniitnijes,
spring into prominence nt once,
Tlioso who apply early will hnvo the
piclt ot the Lota.
A olcnr titlo givon with every purchase
Parties wishing Lots enn apply au woll,
on the promises, to
HENRY KELLS,
tlinyOt- P-tonum-on,
TIN,GOPPERftS«EET-iBfiN
*W J).. Ii *HS.
•ffF.USTEIfS [(LOCK (UJ'-s'l'AtUM),
Fkost Strukt,      New WfiST.MiNSTi:it.
H
AVINU  iTOi
T   Oil.NKli
■.co reaps
■ti,',
: i ri
IN   THE
V'HilIeltii
Stenm.ahd Uot w
iflPIInii.-mcu Id
lu rent'of liiuil-
iid iim-tt-rntiH hm
■.'itaiiUiieeil.
ieiUitr«itlV!inl**f.l I
PlHmi'Mic. i..n*-fiif
ilei-lle;UHiL',Ac.
o promises on Mary
f RO. dwmliii
IP YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
[CIGAR, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH
iaTThoy aro not only mado of tlie
Choicest Tobacco but tllOV nre of
llontti Mimu fact lire, and should bo
patronized by nil good citi^i'iis,
WM. TIETJEN. filanufacturer,
iitiumoo!; ntiii.lH*.-n,
COLUMBIA STREET,        HEW WESTMINSTEB
dwlTnoly
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PBOVISIONS,
 ALSO	
A WELL-SUE UED STOCK OF
ANO FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE  LOWEST  PRICES,
UTNDBOIIM'S HI.OCIi*.
t'„liiiiil>lii Struct,       *ic*v 'Yt'fttmin.li'r
nolihvly
notice to Contactors.
CJ13AM0I)   '
O uslved l
Hioiirn'of Lat
13AL15D   TKNDEIW   WILL  Till   11K-
liy the Hon. Chief Comtiils*
 .nndrinnd Works np lo noon of
W'dncs'liiy, lOtli July, for mldlMoux mid
nHorntlons to ilia Provfualnl [nsnnoAsy*
Into, nt New Wostmlnstori
Kueli tender must lie n ceo m pun fed by
nn naoopted Imult 'dieque for n sum equal
to llvo ror odpt, of llio amount of Un? ton*
dt'r, 'nude payable !olln. Don..Chief t'om-
inl!*slnn(-i- of Lands nnd Worlw.   In the
eventof ii contract lioliitf lot tbo apequo
will he lVliilncit as pail Meciltlty forthe
dni'l-i-i f.n'ionnee of the wurk. Theeheipie
will be returned to UllBllCOesSflll COnipo-
tllorw, hilt will be forfelli-,1 by any bidder
who may doollno to execute n coutruotu
culled upon lotto80,
1'lntlH nnd -■neeilleiillon-ienn be seenim-l
forms fovjonuer obtained at the ofllcaof
Geo. Wi ('mnl, Esq.-Arahfteat. Now went*
niln-lii', or nt lho oflice of Iho undor-
Bl lined,
The lowest or any tender nol mves-mrHy
accepted,
W. S, GORE,
Hnrvcyor-acnoral.
Lnnds end Worits Department,
Victorin, nc, 10th .lime, 1839.
KJudllw
Uorth British
FIEE
OOMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
capital,   -   sI5.wmi.ooo.iio
Buusot'lbflttGitpUnll, ns at ntst Dcircs,
SILVmHumi. Flt-0 Ktintl nml ItcNorvti, '11.-
212,7!l).   Nol. I'roinllllils, 1SJS, 55,M"-BO,
OF  LONDON.
capital,   ■   S0,73.t,ooo.oo
tlATKH  AS    LOW   AH   ANY  OTHKIl
0O.MPANIE8 DOlNil  BBSINESS
IN imtTlSH COLUMBIA.
J. 0-. T^^QTJES
Agont for Now Wostminstor City
and District. tljcHto
Kindergarten School.
    nbovo for chiblren from ayc-nrsof
iige.Juno 10111,1889.
TRBMS-ff3per niuntb.
Carnarvon street, directly opposite lho
I'losbyleilun Lliureh, Now Wcslmln-
Stpr, 11. O. djuuml
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry i Machine Works
THE PROPRIETORS OF THERE
works have much jilenBiire In notifying their friends and the public Hint they
nre now prepared (o receive and promptly
osociilo miy orders for work In tholr line
with whioh thej* mny be favored.
A. ItlcKELVfE,
Mechnitlonl Manager.
Vancouver, B.C., Hth May, 1888.
 dwmyjjto
IT IS AN UNDBNIA11LE FACT THAT
O -A. XI •3* E3 It ■ S
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Xl u duly certified plan, profile and
book of reference of the Mission Branch
of HUB Hallway were deposited In tbe
Lnnd Heghilry office of tlio District at
New Westminster on the 17th dayof June,
18S11. H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent.
Vancouver, B. C, 27th June, 1889. djeftm
Temple of Music I
Is tho Place to Hny FIrst-Clnss
PIANOS *-» ORGANS
Al such Pricea nnd Terms as will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For prices nnd terms, apply to CARTER'S TEMPliM OF MUSIC.
Vancouver, B. C.
230 Hastings St. Wesl. diiploto
711     i!
BRACKMAN <&. KER,
MAKUFACrnilKI-H   OF
OATMEAL
By lhe Latest Improved Process.
U3P ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
Jims nt Norm HiiiiiiI-Ii.
OFFICE A WAUEIIOUXE! Viclorln.'
f.LLMuri-aCi
330-332 C0KU0V' STRBt'T,
V.lNCOITVI'lt.B.t-.
Iran'otters anil healers li
MAOH-iN-ffty
ov am. nuaohmoNB,
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
(IwUe'JIlle
Canadian Paoii Railway.
PACIFIC  DIVISION.
fieii-l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MASTEltH OF VES*
r*ehnnd oilier ('nifi nnvi-nitlii-i tho
rrnserrtivcrniovnutlonod Lij-uepwliiiin
tho Ihioys pa in led i:. .i a .i whit--, ro*
npeetlvoty.iit iho Miss n DrltlifOi na (Uir-
Inyihocoiislnictlrin i-f the Hrhli'e, imvl*
gaiipii bolweoii lhe h:,nl:« ot the Itiver
ami thn Bili-yKl--iliiii-ii-ions,,nvlnj; l'i piles
Uciny -trlvt'ii thero
II. ABB TT,
Geneml Mipei'lnk-ndcpj,
Vancouver 11. C'.,7ih May, ISA'. diiiySto
NOTICS
NOTICH l.-s lUCHKtlY GIVEN THAT
aOdaj'saftUrdiilewelnte-nl innliliix
npplk'nliou inthaChief Comnilsultnieijo
Lnoilsiind Wiirli.-'/urn lo-ise fur limber
Ing purposos of ihe followlna doscril-ei
lnnds, sllunted lu Saywnrd Dla rloi, Van*
(nutver Islnnd:
("oimnonetnjj at n stnlto jilneedin tin
wenishoronf n Rmnll litho due south of
rd  Dislt'lct, nbiiul one tnilo
east ■
.un
' In
: tn
is. i hence
mirth 780 chain
, llience south it-
ehiiins, thonco enst ii ■ ohnlns,'wore <
less, In lho'abiiVO*»lOlttlnued hike, llience
meandering nio -i uhnro uf said hike to
place, t commence in out, --contain lug ab.
out 80,000acres, niorooi less.
Royal Cwv I'i-anino mills Co. Ld.
John Heshiiy, Manager.
New Wcstmlnsler, June 10,1880.
dlljehn
 T XL 23 -
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
J li I
J. J. WILSON,  -  MAHACER.
Rail's, $l.o»-mil $1.50per Day,
ACOUDI.VO TO IIOOM.
SPECIAL HATES DV THE WEEK OR MONTH,
s*5T I'ltrllcs nn|,|'llo.l will) nil liln's of
ICK-llltKASI.
tllllj Hull
Dominion Lands,
fl'    YOU  AHE   i'AYIM,
Knit vomt
of Miniiiicor
arm, Mining
n hm Govern*
DO NOT PAY GASH
Scrip enn heobtnlned In larjje or smnll
f-unntltleafroni
flllilWAV & CHAMPION
■ba.t*7K:*ei*eis,
winnipeg,   manitoba,
OK   FKOM
TtmUNKOK nKITISII COLUMBIA,
NKW WESTMINSTER
dwmheto
ISTMII.ISIIKI)  1859.
ROBT DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Muarl) HppoKllo Hit' Oolonial Hotel.
NKW WESTMINSTER
THK  I.AWIKSI   AND   GHOIOKST
assortmimt uf all ilnsoi iptimts of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, aiitt nupplied to Fam
Ifioe, Rentnurunts, and Steamboats at thn
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICKS.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I intend making np licaUon to the
Honourable the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to lease
the following described trnet of land:
Commencing nt it stake situated south
of n Inke lying east of Deep Bay, Desolation Bound; running thence <H chains
south, thenee 60 chains east, thence 30
chains nortb, thence20chalnB enst, thenee
40 chains north, thence 30 chains west,
thence 10 chains north, thence 10 chains
west, thenco 50 chains south, thenee 40
eliniiis west, thence Ui point of commencement, HENRY V. EDMONDS.
281 li June, 1889. dJeSOml
W. R. AUSTIN'S
Hay & Feed Market.
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
LEAVE ORDEHS  AND   SETTLE AC'
COPNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dioyailto      	
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THS
LOWEST PRICES.
J.W. WINGER
DEALE1L IH
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
Bono on Short Notice nnd at Reu*on-
able Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Stock.
Orders loft at the a p. N, Whnrf will be
promptly delivered. dmbUWc
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
Fisli s Game Dealer!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
tsr Highest Price paiii for Furs aod
Deer Hiiles.
1'iim-liniHleiH'f luvltuil. U-Tttleplioilu
Cnll Si, li. tl'aSte
DOUGLAS STREKT
BAKERY
Foot ov Douglas stiieet. Near
colomijia stbeet.
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
tjIRESf-l   BREAD,   CAKES,  PASTRY,
;   Uoiifooll'mcry, etc., etc.
.Hotel nnd Restaurant trade solicited,
All orders   promptly attended to nnd
delivered to any pnrt of tho city,   -liiibiHy
B. C. Monumental Works
Cor. Columbia and Church Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or Granite af Ilest Quality.
CORNER     POSTS    AND    CUKBINt*.
N. 11.—Just- received-llio finest nssori-
nii'iit uf Sriilili Urniill, N<>nu-iH-n'ft'-vt r
seen n Hrftisb Columbln, which will be
sold nt pricea putting competition outof
the question.
dwmbZiyl ALEX HAMILTON' Piw.
TIME    CARD.
o. x». nr. oo.
The Fine first-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Lonvo tlio O. r. N. Co,'s Wliort,
HTHET
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. Jl.,
FOB CHILLIWHACK MID WAV PORTS.
Returning Every
Wednesday, friday & Sunday
Whi-n sufficient  Inducement oners Bhe
will proceed lo Hul'K nnd on mioll
oceiisions will leave her whnrf
nt 4 ii.li).
Coiinerlln-fwlili theC, p.N.Co.'flStenmer
for Victoria,
.1* -HN IRVING, Manager.
T. h. RRTGG8, Aj-ent,
Now Weslmhistor. dnp8tc
Time Table!
-..-£& THE STEAMER
SnoBEitT DUNSMUIR
T n.WKS WI^TMINHIKR overy Mon-
U dnv inornliiK ni 7 o'clock for Nana!-
mo, vln Vniii'oiivt'i', returning Tuesday,
vln Vnncouvor.
Leaves Woutminttor every Wednesday
nl T n, in. for N'liiiiiiiiin direct, - onnetdlng
wl'h Islnnd railway nnd Coninx stenmer.
Lcnvcs Nnunlmo for Vancouver on
Thursdays nnd Krldnysand reluruH same
d.iys.
Leaves Nannlmo on Saturday nt 7 a. ta.
for Westminster direct.
For rri'khi or passage apply on board!
or to T. I,. Huiaas, C. P. N. whnrf.     dto
VICTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
tlFFER t'OR SAI.El
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, Ao.
Rice Meal,
LAMEST BOOT & SHOE ST0BE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS ft SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses * Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
"f^* REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to sec the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwtc ei Oeliu*a*ela StxMt.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'8 BUILDING, FBONT STREET |
S-ULZS   1ST
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Kxteuive Stook ol
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots A Shoes, Hate tt Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, Ae.
Gnat Variety of Household Article.,   AUo,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME and GENERAL STORES.
N. B.—Farm Produce bought at market rate, or wild on oommlulou.
frum tbe luterlur -irxmplly attended to.
FOR CATTLE FEED,
dmbttm.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LANB & IMESTMENT ABBNCY, M.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HKNK'.    S.   MASON,
CUYLER  A.   HOLLAND.
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, • IS Serjeants Inn Fleet St. - LONDON, ENG.
The Ri-lne-'m; AIX-HOl' A MASON hw been trwrgit-l in tbe thove Cnmptny
hiiI wiU bt can-it*-- on by tlie Oomp-iny from thin Aete u ■ ger.ernl Lftnd In-*Mtmtnt
.-•id hiNiiia-ic-d A-*eui>.
MONKV IV MIAN nu Muft-ja^-e at taw Bfttn..   Town UU ual Fanning
Li-tdk For Sale on nitty tuniia,
Vo'.orot 0.1*., Mny lfllli,lfW7. , 0J   ,. dwjeTt*
CASTORIA
far Infanf and Children.
"0-t^wtoH-o-r-ll*J-«»*-.-MH---.tta, 1 BMlim wn CI*-, fliMj-illi i,
I r^on,----.! ,i*r,e*to*n.Tr^rtom I •« *»--**J****-*- Sr..**""*^.. fc
uiwaloB.'     B.A.Aasna,*LD,        I *"_ J"*** *     *****       »"— **
UBftO-l*rl-^lmktrm,X.T.   | W«C5likllM■Ullllf
TM.Oorr.ni Oo-tr'jrr, *7Xurr.rStiM,K.T.
TO CONTRACTORS.
pcmonR experienced In well drilllnuwlm
-*""* ■- -*--'*■ ~' —J"' *-*-"!oonu
   ._- _Jngor.   .
more ox perl montal   Artesian  welli In
may be desirous or undertakingcnnirfiotH
from tbe Government for sinking one nr
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL nE W3
eeived bythe Honouralile Chief Com*
niiKsionc-r of Lands and Works, up to
noon of Wednesday, 10th July next, fi-.n'n
  •    --■ ■   --" di*"'    --
irons of undertak'
ovemment for si
 ..■perlm'-ntal   Artesla..   ..-	
Yule District, B O., with ft view to determining llielr value for purposes of Irrigation.
Proposals muut state clearly all condition** and terms, stale the kind of apparatus proposed to be used, nnd gl\e Ihe
name of two responsible rcslitrntKof tbe
Province who nr-* Wllllbe toonler Intoa
bond lo secure the faithful carryl up out of
nny contract which may be entered Into.
Such information as may he in possession of the Lands nnd Works Department
will be furnished on application in parties
proposing to contract,
W. S. GOUE,
8urv<-yor*Gencral.
Lands .I Works Department,
Victoria, U.C., 10th June,18Sfl,   djentd
MM Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed I Sale Stables
THE SUHSCRlBBRa ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SIN8LE RMS
At Special Low Ratei,
Snjiag ud All £&di of Tnmin;
Done at Shortest Notice,
DryfenlwtM-l delivered lo any part of
the City.
Orders by Telephone w)U receive prompt
attention.
•ratable! nearly opposite O. P. R. Depot, Columbia St., New Weitmlniler.
djalltc     QILLEY BROS. Profs.
Feed, Livery i Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
PROPBIETOB,
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
for Hire, Hacks call at all Steamers
aud Trains, Special attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may be left at the Offlee of Ha-
then A Ml 111 no, Com mission Mercbenti,
front Street, Hew Weit. dteUU
XTO0?lOB-
VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI*
Ft 1 have applied to the Honourable*
Mlnlhter of tbe interior for a licenie to ent.
timber on the fo lowing described Dominion lands in New Wesimln-tterPlatrlct*
British Columbia, aooording to the Provincial Government survey:
Kouth-east V, Section 23. south>OMt Iff
Rt'i-tion 25, north half and south-went)t
Section 24, in Township26, and Seetlonm
20 and 30, In Township 28.
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
New West-, 7th Maroh, 18S0.       djeAmL
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMW.
1 Old Bboao St. and 16 Pan Hall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
TTOEINSURINO HOUSES t OTHER
J? Building., Good-, Warn, Merohau.
dtao, Manufaeruri-ig aid Faming Stook,
Ships Is Port, Harbor or Dook, and tk.
Crgon ol nok Veuel. j alao, Skin bulla.
Ing and repairing, Bargw aad other Vat-
mu on navigable riven and canal., tal
Gooda oa board nok Vm.lt, tkrougkout
Great Britain and Ireland aad In Foreign
Coontrle-,
non togs n iiiisin nu,
Subteribed and bra-tad Capital,
-81.600,000 8TG.
oil
Hon oan bo obtained oa application to
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Wanted	
Auction Sale.
.By Tliis Oflice
....T, J. Trapp
Str.nvberrios aiul Cream, lee-cream-
eto., at tlio "Club." *
All tho fashionable iccil boveroces, ut
tho "Huh," noxt tlio "Queen's."   *
The weekly  meeting; of  tho  oily
council takes plaeo  to-morrow   night.
Russell's Restaurant,   opposito  tho
Amoricun    Hotel,    open   day   nnd
night      ;    . ai)in3*
Tho tug Clara Young ran aground
this afternoon on lho sand bhr.oppojjite
Brownsville.
To Building Society members six
weeks in arrears: What's tho matter
with Llie lino notice? *
A blank nhoot nt tho police court
to-dny eponka well for tlio law and order observed in tho city yesterday.
The str. Irving left, for up river
ports thia morning with 20 tons of
freight and a largo list of   passengers.
Seo our cheap line of I/uliea' *1 buttoned Kid Gloves, black and colored-
only 60 ets."per pair, lor cn*-!i—-at .Jaa,
Ellard & Go's. *to
Tho snlo of tlio present silo nnd
buildings of thu Royal Columbian hospital ia advertised to tako place by auction on tho 22nd inst,
The revision of the Dominion voters'
li*!- has commenced, and nil porsons
who nre not rogiscrt-d Bhould not fail
to hand in their mimes to tho revising
officer.
On our fourth page to day will bo
found a striking and instructive illua-
trat'on of tho comparative; worth of
tbo various kinds of baking powders
ncv in the market.
A Initio numbor of peoplo went over
to Vancouver tliis afternoon to witness
tbe illuminations und torch light procession this evoning. A fow will remain fur tlie ball.
Tho tulognun from Whatcom, onn-
eernhiy railway matters, which was
sunt to all the papers in the province,
we aril-authorized to euy was incorrect,
premature and unauthorized.
'Everything is in rcadiiues for tho
suckeye run and tho cannerymon huvo
groat anticipation--' Only it fow strng-
i'k'i'5 have been caught na yet, but the
run ta liitblc to begin at any hour,
Tho eleventh driving forjin appro*
priotion of $1,000. .of tlio Now Weat*
minster Building Society, took place
nt tlie court houso on Saturday night.
Mrs. -lames Wise held tho lucky num*
ber and drow tho 81,000.
A disgraceful light occurred on the
whnrf ut Vancouver laat evoning between an oflicer cf tho Btr. Premier and
u young man in connection with the
steamer. The fight was a moat brutal
and disgraceful exhibition, and reflects
anything but credit on tho persons
wlio look -jart in it.
Mr. B. Douglas, who returned from
Whntcntn on Saturday, speaks iu thu
highest termaof tho progress being
made by thut city, (le says tho umuter of men employed on public and
private improvements is surprisingly
- large, and t hat everything in and about
tho city denotes enterprise and rapid
development.
A Siwash who lmarded tho Vancouver train this morning, and afterwards discovered ho was u day late for
the celebration, concluded to remain at
Westminster und jumped from the rear
platform as tno train passed the foot
of M-try street Aftor striking the
ground tbe Siwash took Leveral violent
plunges, enveloped himself in mud
mid finally brought up on his foet,
rather shaky, but nob much tho worse
of his adventure.
Thomu* Skinner of London, ono of
the dirootor-j of the C. P. R.. pas-jotl
through Winnipeg Saturday on his way
to Eugland. He is plenaod with tho
prospects of tho Northwest. The work-
on the Thompson river suction of tho
O. P. R. was Foverely criticised by
him. Ho considtrs it n disgrace. The
ro'ck escivaliiitn aro circlessly dono.
s Ir-rge boulders and ledges of rock avo
allowed to remain overhanging the
track, and there h a possibility of n
catastrophe unle<-B remedied. It is his
opinion that there must havo been
tmuotf pi under out of this section, and
says tlie government should put it in
proper order.
The .llncDuff Sails.
Tho ship MacDuff, 1200 tons register, which has been loading lumber at
the lloval City I'lnuiug Mills, was
tuned to sea tm .Sunday afternoon by
tho In:; Pilot. Sho carried away 800,-
000ft. of lumber, nud her destination ia
Liverpool, iihiglurd. 'fiie str. Adelaide, with a party of gentlemen on
board; uccompaniid tho MacDuff to
the sand heads, which were crossed
threo hours after leaving pert. The
MueDuH'wa-*. drawing 21 foot uf water.
Sim is a very fast vessel und haa made
some l'-iiiiantablo voyages, and it is ex-
peeled her present trip to England
will be made iti less than lho usual
timo.
SI. I'-iuVsCIn-i-cli I'-ihi-ov !"■!■ I'lK-i.
St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal
church, wliich wus occupied ou Sunday for the .first timo sinco tlio ox ten*
sivu alterations were -jcimneiiccd,
would scarcely lie recognized by those
who have only viewed it in ita original
form.   The edifice lias been  enlarged
by the addition of two wings to tho
body of lho church, extending from
either sido of the chancel. Thoso additions increase thu suatiug capacity
from 150 to ;i00 Bents. Tho church
has been repainted both inside and
out, and, on tlio whole, it present- a
greatly improved appearance. Tho additions and improvements cost about
31,030.	
Very Serious Accident.
Mr. John lluiu met with u very
painful and acHotla accident oli Sunday evening, und one that will have
(IiO effect of keeping him indoors for
Bonio months to come, lie waa going
up shirs iu tho Holbrook house with u
friend, and in a playful mood tlie two
obmiiioiicod to abufHtf. Mr. Buie, accidentally, was thrown off his balance
end fell backward, bringing up against
a post and breaking hia rit-ht leg into
llie hip joint. Dr. Pagan and Dr. I.
M. HcLsnn were summoned uud everything possible dono fur Mr. Brno's
comfort. Mo is still ut the Holbrook
house, but will bo removed to St.
Mary's hospital us soon us his condition
will admit.
INCENDIARY PrUE.
Deliberate Attempt'*. Vlte Win t comic'*'
Factory on -*-i*-*i!-.v Afternoeii.
At 3 o'ol-jok on Sunday afternoon
the eity wits fetal-tied Uy an uliirm of
fire, and the general feeling of anxiety
was rather heightened when it was
learned lhat Wmtemnto'-i factory on
Columbia street wss on (ire. Tliu engine V-U3 promptly run down to the
river ban!*; und a line of hose laid,
but by the time this was accomplish cd
the flames bad been subdued by volunteers who were able to do good work
with buckets thanks to lho plentiful
supply oi water clone ut hand. The
firo; was of incondiary origin, und was
started in a heap of rubbish gathered
togothor in rear of the main building
by a man who was seen loitering near
thu spot a short time beforo the lire
started. This individual is woll known
and haa only lately been released from
jail; he has also served a time in tliu
penitentiary for arson.
Luckily tho blaze waa discovered before- it hud obtained headway, but had
this not been tho case a serious cun-
fljtgnti.m would havo resulted, us iho
building ia tilled with inflammable
nintoriat and >•■ high wind waa blowing
ai thu timo. Tho adjoining buildings
nre all wood, nnd it is doubtful if any
uf them could have been saved.
by Victoria, with 9 wickets to spare iu
tho second innings. The scoro stood
Vancouver 157, all out, Victoria 100,
with 0 wickets tu fall. Thu lacrosse
match, Vancouver rs. Victoria, was
taken by tho latter after a splendid
exhibition. Victoria played a rattling
Blimp throughout, and had I lio good
fortune to whitewash tho Vaneouvors.
A Bacred concert took placo at tho
Homer street Methodist church iii tho
evening which was a meat f-uccossful
uvent. The larger pari of tho pro*
gramme was tnken by Westminster
ladies. Tho citizens' ball win largely
patrbuiz?dj and thoroughly od joyed
by nil who attended it.
Thu grand illumination and torch-
liuht procession on thu inlet takes
plaeo this evening, and it prmnises to
bu (iiio of tho moBt interesting features
of lho celebration. Tho grand ball nt
Hotel Vancouver to-night will bring
tho festivities to a closo.
V.U'h n!<*ilii:;« niseorereil.
'A u*. Fpatch 16 tho Kamltopa Senti-
ttcUaja: Ic is retorted by Capt. Cum-
fr   tilings fl:id others that there  is groat
eipitemuot Ht Vernon  ovor  tho  discovery of rich placer diggings nu  the
Indian reserve, near that  place.    Thu
average find per man equals 830 per
dny.   The ranchers are unable to hire
help, as nil tho  Uborera  nro  leaving
j  for tho  diggings,   The  Indiana are
protesting-against-'thci whito men working ontho reserve, and  great  excito-
' ment prevails iu consequence.
Bfttlly Dntnnzeil.
A young Indian was taken to St.
Mary'i hospital to-day almost lifeless
from the result of a fall of only 10 foot.
He wns amusing himself on some sort
of a building near tlie Indian camp,
i below the woolen mills, and - by accident fell off and struck tho grmiulin
suoh tt manner ns to terribly cut and
bruise his head, face and shoulders,
•nd break his knee cap. Ho was
quickly removed tu the Indian department of St. Mary's1 hospital, whero Dr.
Fogan did all that was posssblo to ul-
Uy hh sufferings.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCastoria
DOMINION DAY.
The IVnpIe of fhe IInvul niy ■/.:> Abriiixl
lu .-ipi-nti the Bay. Vancouver ihe riiicr
l*oint or At I met I im mul immense Nam-
lii'is j-o There.
Dominion Day at tho Royal Cily
was only celebrated liy tho raising of a
tow flags. The numerous attractions
elsowhero and the absence of uny nt-
tempt tu celebrate at home, induced
every person who could afford thu
time to tako a jaunt iu sumo direction.
Although Vaucnuver was tlie chief
point of attraction nnd tho greater
number uf people went there, still
other excursions woro ult largely pat*
ronix'-d, especially by those who woro
anxious to escape tho discomforts of
largo crowds and insufficient elbow
room. The str. Adelaide left for Harrison Hot Springs nt 7 o'clock with 100
of the Y. P. S. C. E. of the Baptist
church on buard, and a most delii'ht-
ful trip was enjoyed. Tho atr. Fairy
Queen was chartered by a number of
gentlemen,who with a large party of
friends, went up to Pitt Lako and
spent the day enjoying ihe bciutiful
seeuery which surrounds that 'lovely
sheet of water on every aide. Coquit-
Itiui river und other adjacent localities
were also liberally patronised by small
parties of picnickers,
ATVAHCOOVBK.
Tho early morning tram for Vancouver consisted of 14 ooaolies, nil of
which were crowded with poople. It
is estimated that fully TOO peoplo wero
on board. About !!00 wont, over pn
Sunday nfte'rnooii, und the later trains
yestorday took fully ,100 more, making
at least 1.U00 Westminati'.-itea who
wcio present at llie terminal cily celebration. The artillery, 35 utrooa. under I.ii-ut. Mowut, nnd accompanied by
the rifles' life and drum band went
over on the early train. The number
of visitors in Vancouver yesterday ia
variously estimated ut from 3,000 tu
5,000. Tho decorntioii3 wero very
fine In every respect, but the fleet and
shipping in tho harbor carried off the
palm. The grand procession was tho
first feature ut interest un tho programme, and it waa a complete success. Mayor Hendry and a number,
of tho Royal City aldermen occupied
carriages in the procofsion. The mili-
tnry.portion of llio parade, nnd No 1
battery B.G.A, in particular, wai
cheered repeatedly along tho route.
The Hyack firo company, 35 si rung,
also mado a splendid allowing. Tho
yacht race was next in ordor and was
won by Capt. Moffat's "Hebe," with
Cupt. Insley'u "Laura" a good sucond.
Tho othor races iu tho rogntta were
woll contested.. Tho hose reel race,
wot tost, was won by Vanoouver No.
1 in 31 seconds, Vancouver No. 2
second in the Bnnio lime. The West-
jAinster Hyacka met with an accident
wliich throw them out of tho raco. The
hose coupling cunt^t waa won by Biggar, of Vancouver, The rille match
for the Mayor's cup and challenge cup
resulted in aome excellent shooliiig.
Vioioria was first with 035 points,
Vancouver second with 030 points and
Westminster third with 019 points.
The btuobnll match between the Kamloops team and tho Amities, of Victoria, was won by the former by a
scoro of 14 to 1. The cricket match,
Viotoria vs. Vanoouver, wbb easily won
THE  CHURCHES.
SuuimurleH of Some of the I'll y Mcriiiuiia
Hpokin Mimliiy.
st. Paul's uhuroii.
On Sunday St. Paul's church  (Reformed Episcopal) waa re-opened without pomp  or  ceremony.   Aftor  tho
Miiiph) and impressive service had boen
conducted by the pastor, Hi v. Thos.
Haddon, his lordship  Bishop   fridge
preached from James lstc.   2nd  nnd
following versos—-"My brethren, count
it all joy   when   yo   fall   into   divers
temptations; knowing this,   thut   the
trying of your faith worketl. patience.
But let patience have her perfect work,
that ye maybo   perfect aiid   entire,
wanting nothing."   He spoke substantially us follows:   We speak  wisdom,
said another apostlo, among ihu  perfect.   Then who are the perfect,?   Wo
must distinguish   between   perfection
and maturity nt tho outset;  for,  to
apeak with precision, wu may have perfection nud yet not be matured.   For,
instance, a ohild born may bo perfect
as in tha form of mnn,   ami   yot   ho
needs euro and protection  in  nil  the
long yenrs eto hu will como to the full-
nes's of manh'obdj'sb that maturity is
rendered possible from, perfect ion.   So
it is with the child of God, ho gets a
perfect salvation at the atart, but he
matures into  tho likeness of Christ
us ho goes on und up.   What is moro
porfftQt than a seed 1   Yet it needs to
bo placed in tho earth boforo   it   will
develop.   So it is with  the child  of
Cod in the church, the seed plnntcd in
his heart develops year by year  until
ho becomes a  mature  Christian.   To
attain to this maturity thore must ba
constant wntchiiigandsiippott;for,asin
our natural lifo, we must have food to
siiBtniii the body in the constant struggle of life.   So in the spiritual life wo
meat be always  nourishing   tha  soul
with the fond God line provided to assist us in the struggle ua wo strive  to
grow up in tho imago  of  Hun.   We
slioul i lab- ]■ fur this food, and as wo
cojtio in 'i omitiict with the adversaiy
fortify on i ael i-es with tho living principle that God gives us to start  with.
A great deal of tho want  of faithful-
ness in religion is caused by  not beginning ariuht.   Thoy start with error,
nml iho furthor they go on those lines,
ihu farther they get   away  from  tho
truth; aud horo we   seo  the  need   of
patience, for tho opposing  forces  of
error bave a tendency of  making  us
weary   in   well   doing.      Mark   how
patiently the great  men  of  nrt and
scienco mul   meehnnicism plod   nlong;
lliey know   that   their  conception   is
true and light, nnd although they mny
fail again and again by   not currying
out lhe dotal]-*- stdl '.buy struggle  on,
overriding all obstacles, und eventually
mature their undertaking on tho lino
of their first conception, and  if  they
work   with   such    great  persistence,
remedying n fault or giving nn  extra
touch hero and thoro, to gniu  name,
fame nnd wealth, should we not rather,
having in   view  a  heavenly  crown,
struggle with patience,   working for
God and. not for ourselves,  overcoming tho little obstacles that Gud allows
to bo in our way, so that overcoming
them, wo may bo  strengthened  with
patience.   Such tin ono who  indomitably   perseveres wilt  not  weary in
biiugmg hia copy near to the original,
and lut the one  who   finds   hia   little
failings remember that God   will  not
cast him off because of theae, but with
fresh heart try by Gud'a help to overcome.   Then there is inspiration needed in all work, it. may be gaud or evil,
but inspiration is there;   and   in   the
groit work of Christianity tho inspiration,  coming from   God   Himself,
stumps i' ua being right, a religion that
commands faith tn   its  issues.   And
seeing that God has sown tho Beed of
life iu your hearts, und   wuaucd   you
from the  traditions  of  men,   which
liavo drawn eo many away, keop your
hearts fixed upon Christ, so that  you
may grow up in Him in all things.   Go
on in the perfection of   iho   salvation
he haa provided, for to faithfully love
and follow Christ ia more to tho Chris-
Han than following sacrifices und ceremonies,   The silent progress  that  is
manifested in tho enlargement of this
chmch ia moro evidonco to my  mind
than aught elso that you aro  holding
fnst the truths you hnvo beon taught.
Build on thu foundation Christ Jesus,
and you cninoterr, build  on  gospel
lines and you will novor gu astray.
Christ's and the gospel's sake.
In tho beginning of this chap-
tor he tells of the wonderful
visions and revelatiutis that wero given
unto him. Visions are sights of supernatural appearances; revelations are
discuvories of things that woro before
concealed. Paul wna called to tho
apostleahip aa nuu born out ol due sca-
Boti, but ho wna put on a level
with thu rest of thu apostles.
Paul received visions and revelations
that tho rest of tho apostles wore
not favored wifli. The lirst vision
that Paul had waa on his way tu-
Damasous, whoro tho Lord .leans was
manifolded unto him. Paul hnd many
visions and revelations after that, but
tho most wonderful was the one we
have been rending about, whero the
apostle was caught up into the third
heaven.-*. As what he saw has nut
been revealed it is vain for us to pry
intj this matter. But it would seem
that thrpuglt tho abundance of the
revelation ihere wns danger of the
npuatlo becoming proud, nnd in ordor
to keep him humblo thero wus sent to
him a thorn in tho flesh. Wo naturally ask thu question what that thorn
in tho flesh wub. Some say that it
may have been: tho corruption of Paul's
own heart. We hardly think that
that was tho thorn referred to by tho
apostlo. Othors think Paul's thorn
wos defective eyesight; others again
that it was a kind of paralysis of the
tongue with which ho was afflicted.
We may guess at what it may have
been, but we cannot fur certain know
what it was. Whatever it was it was
sent for a good purposo, to prevent the
apostle from brcoming spiritually
proud. It would seem that it was
something very troublesome to the
apostle, for wo rend: "For this thing
I besought fhe Lord thrice that it
might ba removed." Paul did not
rccoive thu answer he expected and
desired, but he received something far
bettor. The answer was, "My grace—
my strength—is sufficient for thee,"
and that was enough fur the apostle.
So, wo [may look to God to fulfil
in our own experience the prumisu
He wus content with tliis promise,
which Ho horo gavo to tho npostlo
Paul. It is the privilege of believers
to enjoy communion* and fellowship
with the father nud with His Son
Jesus Christ. It is sometimes their
privilege to go upon the mount and
have manifested unto them the glory
oftho King. It is sometimes their
privilege, as it was with Muses, to
see the land that is afar off But they
may not hopo always to remain iu thia
exalted atata und condition of mind.
They muat go down again lo the world
and engage in the pursuits of thia lifo.
Aud there is uo time when we need
moro earnestly to pray that God's
graco and strength may be sufficient
for ua than when we have boon so
blessed of God, for it is then wo aro
sure to bo tempted. It was so with
Moses, when he camo down from
the mount; it was so alao with
Christ, who, after tho Holy Spirit
had descended upon Him, was
led out into the desert to be
tempted of the devil. Then, brethren
when it has been your privilege to be
takon up iuto the mount, watch, wo
say, for then there ia danger;
more than likely a trying time will
follow such an experience aa lhat.
Wo may not su lung aa we nro in the
flesh be free from trials nnd temptations, but these things are sent for our
highest good. Whilo we may pray that
these things may bo removed, wo
Bliould remember tho promise that
His grace and strength shall bo sufficient for ub.
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment instantly relieves and permanently euros Piles, Pruritus and all hot and itching sores and
eruptions. N, W. agents, J). 8. Curtis
* Co. dtny28yl
Whon Biliy tru slok, we give her Castorta,
"ffhea Bhe friw a Child, she cried for Cnotorift,
Whon oho bocamo Miss, sho clung to Uutarte,
WiBnihehBdChildron, ahoj*»Totb6m Castoria
lJ)UTSSIlYTEtt.lAIV (Ut 111! II (ST.
IT    ANlJltiaW'S), cornerOirniirvon und
UttiL'kwooil sts. Hev. Tlm-. scouler, pus-
tor. Services ul 1! n. m und 7 |> in.; 81111-
dny-scliool ami III I ilc-claws nt. '>:;\\ >-. m ;
Pruyor-meotlng on Thursday evenings at
7.110.  Seats free; strangois welcome.
CALEDONIA A ST. ANDUEW.S
SOl'IETY.-Thc rei-ulur meetings' of
tills Association nro held on UibltistTues*-
day of each month, at S o'clock p.m. All
Scotchmen are invited to attend. -John
Kin e. Hoe,
AO. F.-COUIW LOUD DUFFRRIX
. No. ffiMU. Tin- msiiliir meetings of
tlio above Court, aro liuM nt llio For-'stms'
Hull, on thi' flr-it and third Woilnesdny in
euch month, nt. 8 n. m,—Jno, Mt-Muuniy,
Senr., I'. 0. ll.
kt. andiu'w h om-Borr,
Boy, Thus. Scouler, of tho Presbyterian church, took lor his text last
Sunday1 evening 2nd Corinthians, 12
c, 7 v -"And lest I should bo exalted abovo measure, through tho
abundance of thn revolutions, there
was given to ine a thorn in the flesh,
lhe messenger of Satan to buffet me.
For this thing I besought tho Lord
thrice that tt might; depart frum mo,
And ho raid unto me, My graco is sufficient for thee; for my strength ia mado
perfect in weakneaa"—and spoke as
follows; Paul had preached tho gospel at Corinth, and it is evident that
his preaching bad been attended with
considerable auccess, Many had been
turned unto the Lord, converted to
the faith of Christ. Wo find that
Paul planted a church in Corinth,
which became strong and vigorous,
But we find that at. Corinth, aB in
othor places, the apostle met with opposition. This opposition did not
come so much from without—-from
avuwed enemies-—as from professed
friends, frotn those that wero within
tho churoh. There urose nmonyBt
them curtain which proaehod another
g'.apcl and tried to damage thu namo
nnd character of the a[oalle. So we
find Paul, in tho urevibiis chapter,
speaking thus: "But I fear, lest by
any meuna, as lho serpent beguihd
Eve through his aubttlty, so your
minds should lm corrupted from the
simplicity thut is ill Christ." He fenr-
nd lest, through thoso false teachers,
they ahuutd be turned away frum the
simplicity of the gospel. The apostlo
defends himself in the 22nd verso.
Then ho gooson to speak of lho Bufferings whioh    He had*   endured for
TS7* C. T. V—REQULAlt MEETING
VV , every WoUnesdny uftornoon ut Ji
o'clock ul the W. C. T. U. I Ion ilq 11 nrt ers,
Douglas SI.   r-nyni   Lotion  lu  the mime
8luce every Friday ufli-rnonti.—Mn.4. Jas.
ossingham, President; Miss DbDeok
Secretary,
■    union i.ont'K No, y, a. '.<:
*»#\§r •& A. M—The regular meot-
TLaK Ings of this Lodge nro held fn
/ V \ the MasonloToraploon tlie first,
Wednesday In ench month, nt.7:30 o'clock
p.m. Sojourning brethren uro cordially
invited to attend.—W. C. Coatham, Soo.
BOAKD OP TUADE. Hoard Room,
Oddfellows Brlok Block, np-stalrs
Council mcoiH on tho first nud third Wednesday In eaoh month,at 4 p.m. Quarterly
meetings on the 22nd of Fob., May., Aug.,
and Nov., at 7:30 p. m. New members
mny bo proposed and elected ut nny Quarterly mooting.—D. Rohson, Soo.
Wanted at Once.
SITUATIONS BY 2 ENGLISH CURLS,
Just HiTlvccl.   Address B, llils odloe.
2J.VDI
AUCTION SALE
Royal Columbian Hospital
Site, ami Buildings.
I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY TFIE
Trustees of the Royal Columbian Hoh-
pilul lo soli by Public Auction ut llio Colonial Hotel, Now Westminster, on
Monday, the 22nd Day of July,
At8 O'Clock P. ir.,
Lots 13, 14, 15, 10, H mul 18,
Block XXXI,
New Wostmlnster City, situate on Agues
Htreet, boing the present sito of tlio Royal
Columbian Hospital,
This proporty Is vory eligibly situated
on tho upper stde|of tho principal residence atreet of tlie city, and commands n
vlowof tho Frnsot HI ver enst and west,
Tlie hospital building and Hie steward's
residence will be sold ut same timo.
Terms of mile will be—M cash,*/ lu threo
months nnd % In six months from tho
ditlonfuile; no Intercut.
Possession will beglyen totho purchaser
or purchaser.* on tlio 22nd oi|.lnmiary, MO,
when the last payment oftho purchase
money will boUuc,
Will nlso be aold at same time:
■.at 4, lllaek XIV, New Westminster
City. All fenced.
Terms—% cash, balance in ono yearnt
fi por cent,
T. J. TRAPP,
Jyzdtd Auctioneer.
PARATIVE WORTH of BAKING POWDERS.
IlC }'AL (AbsolutelyPino).
'■   -   .-.'.'..' (Allltu PoH'tlor)^!
...-'''iUJ'S, whon fresh,.***]
." '. ■'.'"-'■:-iS'8, v.'ton irt__,...fflfg_i_Wie-
v:/:..:__i_i\wi_	
■-.'i'A-'IH ;AI,iin Poivilo-)-;"...
Anr.A-*'ON (Alum Powder) it;
(;!:HVEI,ANI)'S(siioiHvt.!o-.:
i'iOA'EUit (SauPrnuclsco)
(JSU.lt	
DR. PRICE'S	
KNOW FLAKE (Orel's)
LEWIS'	
1'KA.liL (Andrews A Co.)..
IlECKEB'S	
(HI-LET'S	
ANDItE'tTS&CO."RcEral"i
Jlilwunltcc, (CoiOi-l'i- Alum.)
BtlliK (Powder eold loose)....
RUMFORD'S-whoaiiotftoBli
REPORTS OF GOVERNMENT CHEMISTS
As to Purity and WJiolesomphoBS oi'the Royal Baking Powder.
'■ l have tested a package of Royal Uniting Powder, which I purchased lu tho
open market, nnd find ft composed or pure and wholesome ingredients. It isa cream
ol tartar powder of a high degree of merit, nud docs not contain either alum or
phosphates, or othor Injurious BiibstauceB, E. G. Love, Ph.D."
" It is n scientific fact that the Royal Rakluc Powder Is absolutely puro.
"H. A. Mott. Ph.D."
111 have examined a package of Royal Baking Powder, purchased by myself In
the market. I find it entirely free fmm alum, terra alba, or any other injurious Bub-
atance.      UtwtiiY Moi'ton*, Ph.D., President of Stevens Institute of Technology."
" I lmve nnalyzo'd a pnckiigc of Roy.il Caking Powder. Tho materials of which
it i-i'composed ure puro mul wholesome,      B. Dana Hates, Stato Aesayer, Mass."
The Rov.il Unkine; Powder received tho highest award over nil competitors nt
tho Vienna U'oiM r. Exposition, 1 $*.:; nt tho Centennial, Philadelphia, 18TU ; nt the
Auicrii'-iin IiHlituk-, New York, imd at {state Fairs throughout the country.
No other article of huratm food haa ever received such high, emphntie, nnd universal eiiaoi'Benient from eminent chemists, physicians, BcieuttstB, nnd Boards of
Ileal tli all over tho work!.
Note—Tho abovo DiAOitAM illustrates the comparative worth of varloua Baking
Powders, ns shown by Chemical Analysis and experiments made by Prof. Schedler.
A pound can of each powder was taken, tho lotnl leavening power or volume In
encli cun calculated, I lib result being ns indicated. This practical test for worth by
Prof. Schedler only proves what every observant consumer of tho Royal Baking
Powder known by praolle&l experience, that, whilo it costa a few cents per pound
-more than ordinary kinds, it is far moro economical, and, besides, affords the advan*
tiigu of bettor work. A single trial of the Royal Baking Powder will convince any
fali'-mludcd person of thoao facte.
■' While i ho diagram shows some of tho alum powders to bo of a higher degree
of i-.tren-'-tli f ium other powders ranked below them, it ia not to bo taken aa Indtcnt-
i-:i' that t he-/ Inve any value,   All alum powders, no matter how high their strength,
•nc I-; i.-i* ;.v.i:-.i-.-d as dangerous.
&EEAT
poe   rr*\*vro   *w-:e]:e*k:s,
Commencing Monday, June 24th
OGLE, CAMPBELL & FREEMAN'S,
The Lending Dry Goods House,
MASONIC BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwto
Summer Underwear,
Ogle, Gamp!)
dtc
Next Door Bank of Montreal.
R. J.
■D-jaji-L-Qi-B ircr
Choice Fami
FINEST CREAMY BUTTER fi SPECIALTY.
La"bra,<a.or "Herrings,
:M:ac*K©rel, Salt Cod,
-A-ririo-ar's TTxxc. "Eacaras,
-A.jrrc-i.o'u.r'B *0*n.c. Bacon.
"Ploiar. "Brail. Snorts,
erHIGHEST PIUOJSS PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE,
uo-d»iy Scciullar-Armstrong Block, Columbia St.
4
want: ED.
WELL-BROKEN   B.ORSK,  suitable
for a delivery wajto n.- Apply to
tfefflwl R.J. AltMSTlfoNG.
To Contractors!
fpENDEHS WILL BF, 11EOEIVED BY
l_ the undersigned up to .noon on Tlinrs-
<lny* 4lli -Inly, for tb <. erection of u
TWO-STOItY DWELLING
On Agnes Street for Ohm;. McDonough,
Esq.
Plans and specifications at any oflloe.
Tbe lowest or any tender not neceasnrl ly
"0MP'<,d' G.--V. GRANT.
Architect,
SITUATSON_WANTED
AB HOOK-KHEI'Elt   IN   A SALMON
Ofiitiiory or In mty other ostiibllsii-
nionl.  Apply to "Clork," MilHoMoo, SOI0
We«tmliJ»l.or,Jimc!ir,li«i.
cljen-td
Portland-Westminster!
THE STEAMSHIP
&XX0J&.XZO
Jll.l, RAH, I'llOJI PORTLAND FOR
'    New Westtiilnstoron
Thursday, June 27th.
For frulglil, 4c, npply lo
JAMES WISE,
„      Front Slreot,
Now West,, Jimo!*, 1880.
Jas. Ellard 3 C»
MMTMMLtMLt    **OW*rB*-W*EJI
:or the Next Four
THEIR  REMAINING  STOCK OF
PARASOLS
POE GASH,
Jk.t   Cost,   To   Clear.
...
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacture a#
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, Aft
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & S!yc-GlnSSCS in steel, rubber, -diver arc &otA
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, 84 per pair"; all sights Huited.
Special attention givon to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having leawu... Um
businesa thoroughly from somo of the finest Horologors in England, autl since then
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the beat firms on the continent of America, is a snlBoiont guarantee ol good workmanship. Formerly in anger for nearly 8 years of tlio well known firm of Savtigb-s Lyniari,-Mohl real.
I'hurgcR Moderate*
Montt.kal, Dec, 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Cii.iinn m oi
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "Iuover'founda WfttOlnnaker who'$ids.o
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry yon are not here to-day,"
thvapi'ite
Wholesale and Eetail Drnggkts
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTiMIN.sTER, 11. C.
For First-class Family Groceries ahd Provisions, go to
Columbia Street.
SINCLAIR'S,	
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call anil get prices. dwtc
tf. £ G. Wolfenden
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IK
XX X Gr XX - O Xj JL S S
DRY GCKM
GROCERIES
Cor, Oolumbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER it. SHADWELL.
dwaMSIo

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