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Array aorernment Printing offa
iUMBIAN.
70LCME 7
NEW   wiSTMINSTER- B. 0., TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 30, 1889.
NUMBER 25
/'OAllRISTBH, SOLICITOR, Ac. omccs-
D MiiBQiUC-BUUdlns, Now wostminstor
ll, C. dwto
AUHfiVAONO & KCK8TKIN,
BABBISTKHS,   SOLICITOUS,   ICTC.-
RliiHonlo Building,   New   Wostn In*
Bter, B. 0. dwmy-lto
lY. KtfllJUAN HOI,!., U. •*.,
BAKIUaTKR-A-MjAW.I-ANWAt-KNT.
Money to Loan. Olllcc—Clurkson St..
' Now Wostminstor, 11. 0, die
'        COSBOILU, Mi-COM, «V JK*W«-
B'      AIWWBTEHS, SOLICITORS, etc.  Offl*
oes—filuKouio Buildings, Mew West
minster, und Vancouver, Ii, 0.
dwtc
A. C. BRVDONE-JACK. Kl. A.,
KrOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,
i li   -So. Barrister of Uio NflwUrunB***Iolt
Huprorae Court, Oflice lu the Hamley
I Building, Columbia St., opposite tlioCol-
. onlal Hotol,          dopgto
'   JOSEPH E.OAYKOK.U.A.,1,L.B.
.rtOlM MEDALIST o( tho Unlvcrsllj of
}\K    Ilulilln.   HAHRISTKR-AT-LAW  of
. tno High Oourt ot Justine?, Ireland. Offloes,
[ Corner McKenzie A Clarkson His., New
i Westminster. iiwfe2lto
' A. J. UOI.I.LH8, 1). ». S.t
► QUItGEON DENTIST. Grailuuto or tlio
(j Oiilo College ot Uontal Surgery. It
nuw wltli Dr. C. E. 0. Brown.   All work
.skillfully porrarmad. Rooms a& Oillank
of II. C, Columliia Si. tlmiiH-S tn 12 h.i».;
im tn li p. m. djlygtg
A
U. W. t'ltASiT.
RCHITECT.  bmco-aornor Mnry nnd
Clarkson Sts., Westmluster,   dwto
clow *.. niAcLrjRJC,
, TtCIIITECTS. OIUco—Jtoom E, over
1 iiivukof 11. OiiColUml)laStreot(Wostr
Instor. dtc
WU.LLA.1I   II. KIKG,
ARCIIITECT.SANITARYKNGINEER,
Ae. Ilomovu.l In Armstrong'H Block,
[Onlnnibift Stroet, Westminster — Room
lNo.2. dte
t XV. THIBAUDEAU,
kT AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS*
jlj man.  Hamley Block, Nr"*      	
>tor, ao.
v Westmin*
-Imyliilo
* A. v. (joTro.v,
i r\OMENION and PROVINCIAL LAND
l\) RURVKYOK. Oilice: Room D.Rank
itii il. c. building- Westminster, B. 0.	
ti. I'M I'VIU'l'.ll,
£DBAB ESTATE BROKER nnd County
*fi Court Agent. Commissioner, Notary
■Publio, Ac.   I ton Is colleotod,   Offloe—Mo-
aCohKia Street, Now Westminstor, II. C.
V T. .T. TllA PP,
[A UOTIONBER AND APPRAISER.
.H\ Columbln streot, New Westminster.
(Ail eomrnissioiiH will receivo prompt
Hnd onreful attention, Bost references
klvon wlion required, iohI2«tc
I F. C. McCAUT XKY,
COMMISSION AOMNT and Customs
-U Uroker. Doujitus St., New Westminster.   Anent for Harrison Springs Aerated
[.-'iitur; Vnticouvei-HU'jim Dyo A Cleaning
S't'ni-l;-;; r-u-li-rs* I'alont Organ.-*--■■'tliewOU-
:dor nf tlio ngo."; liomlnlon Piiiiinn and
Winns; .1 oil n.si oil's Patent KalKonili.*-;
•llavaiia Cigar Factory; I,lmi ItisuniiiruCo
(fnr llvo stock, Ac. Employment Agency
.Olllco. A select lot of Toilet Arl fries ami
,l)i-u-*j;isls' .sundries for salo. Nest door to
jBakory, djlyfltc
TUUMBtt, BEETON A, 00,,
TERCHANT8. Wliarf St., VIctoila.
jl Agonts for North British and Mer?
mitllo Insurance Co. for Mainland.  II.
ltKP/roN & Co,, :1Q Finsbury Circus, Lou-
on, E, C. dto
Impsrial Fire InsnraiiGB Go.
f 03*T *t.O"ETI)0**iT.
t,   CAI'lTAL,       ■       £1,000,000 Mfg.
* Rules ns low ns any other rellabln Companies doing businesH In British'Columbia. W. J. ARMSTRONG.
, dJlySlo Agont for Now West.
\. ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
jivil Engineers, Land Sur-
, voyora & Draughtsmen.
BEAL ESTATE,
[IMNCiAL, SKIPPIHD H COMMISSION AGENTS
llrr. Lire A .llnrltio iiiHurmicii.
JJOIiUMllIAST.,   •   Ol'!'. Oo'.ONIAT, 1Ii,ti:i.
NEW WESTMINSTEB, B. C.
I il'VJlyl.ilo	
I RAND BROS.
EM- ESTATE UUOKERS,
Couvayttnu'-r'i, Collectovi,
And Insurance Agents,
K'
JHIIcus at
r NEW WESTMINSTER:  Corner
! MoKenzIo mul Clarkson Sts.
VANOOUV13R, Cordova Street.
F LONDON .England.
\ BUILDING LOTS for milo in nil sections
)t Vancouver and Now Wcstml nslor City.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
lato at OUHUwhttok, Furt Hammond,
pangloy, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay,Lad-
tor's Land lug, Lulu Inland, North Arm
;nd Pitt HI ver.
. Maps aud Plans exhibited and the full*
■ut Information furnished at all our ollk'i'H-
W. BOVILL,
ARCHITECT
 AND	
Peal Estate Agent
NEW WESTMINSTERi-Offlco.Mncken-
■    /.io Street,
Pull List of City and Suburban Pro*
iK'i'ty.
; Particiilnr attention paid to Fanning
Lnndfl.
, Aocuniiii  Information to correspond*
snts, dwmyliyl
Thomson,
1
Pure and Fresh Drugs
X>3E9XC.X"-0--M[XIS*,
Patent Medicines, Etc
1   Physicians'  Prescriptions Gaiufully
Compounded.
"Telephone Oommunloatlou. Night Boll.
dfosria
Piano Tuning!
MU. .1. I-I. riSHiAYRON, from Broad-
wood A Sons, r-omlon, England, nud
1101 nwny A Sons, New York, now at Cur-
tcr'-i Toinplo of Music, Vancouver, will
attend to ordors tofl at Mr.Zod.s.Hall's
Store, New WeBtmlnnter. Tuning. S;j.
  iljlylinl
■mxMMrm'Mmji-ms
Nbw Wkhtminstf.h, ll. 0,,
July 10111,1880.
to the Employees of C, M. Sheafo A Co.
and the New Westminster Southern H'i;
■ Co,, anil all permit concerned.
Tli ih firm having assigned all lis Inter-
Mill In Britisli OolumblatothaNow Westminster Southorn R'y Co., and thatConi-
pany having assumed all of its llabllltlflB,
uninloyoosnf this linn und the Compnny
will report to tlio Prerildent of iho unlil
Company for Instructions and adjust-1
meat.
C. M. SHEAFE A CO.
dJlylSml        By EunKNH OANtfitSLi),
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
InoluiUiig Tools of nil kiuils of tlio beat iimkosi "li'isiis-'idl & HiliKl-Siiws,
Ili'l'licd Wire fo" Vciioiugi ami ill! tlio nocostaiy Utensils for 1'iii-miliKI
Pulley Kloeks, Snuleli Blocltii, Eop.- & Winiii in ull stasj I'ltcll,
'I'-u- & O.ikiiin; Tiutii- uii'l 1'l.iin Payei' i. > ESuililin-;* l'aiiiui & Oils
In nil oolora; Linnid PuiMs iiisllslir.il'.--; E;Ia«i' Paints nin'y to uso; Crhid
(Stonesi Vi'aliPiilieriiiall ilssiRnoi [Si-oaiiis & Mruslies for all purposes;
Inln-ieatiiiK Oils; Traps of nil tlosci'ljitiou., ami u 'jotmral psaortmi'iit of
Agi-ieultural Implements,
t_T Special nttontion givo-i to orders by mail.
1?. J. rXi*£5A.'F"P -3S CO.,
dwjlySto Uoi.um hia Stiieet, Nkw Wbsthikstk&.
(IRAN'S & MACLURE.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
*S5f,
MANSOM's
MERCHANT    TAILOR,
i'oliuulifa Street, ■ New Westntinster,
All  Slimmer DRESS GOODS and MILLINERY will
be sold AT COST.   Now is the time to .secure BARGAINS.
dtc 1V1*KS. 'T^r_M:. _^,JL_\.
AX3r_TSfS"I}^w
OE*ar,2:cs3a*3-!
NEW WESTMINSTER, crMNcEKRENOzLrER8KTS50
VANCOUVER, 00Ranbebrototor?0^tA3ND
—AND—
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG.
107 CANNON ST.
ids
OF All DESCRIPTIONS m SALE,
m
Business Property.
Lot facing 011 Columbia nml Front Sts.,
in central portion of tiic city; ncvcral
buildings Ijfiiif* good rent —5*22,000.00.
Lot 4, Block 7, nenr Lytton Squaro,
6(1x182 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Front Sts.-$0,000.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., 83x06 feet—
$1,000.00,
Also—Lot nnd Building with stock of
Goods, ono of tho best business stands
in tho eity.
ImprovedResidential Property
Lot 15, Block 13j two houses rented at
paying figures—$ I*, 500.00.
Houso and Lot on Lome St., near Col-
umblo—§1*260.00,
Lots 4, 5 k 0, Hloult lOj good houso,
garden, Ac.; choice residenconropi rtv
-?6,250.00,
Corner Lot on Columbia St.; fenced nml
uluarcil—SIfiOO.00.
Houso and Lot on Columbia fit.; oho of
tho finest runidenecs in tho city—§7-*
000.00.
Houso and Lot on Royal Avonuo, nenr
Douglas Sb;*f§2)000.00,
Houso and 8 Lots, corner Hoyal Avenuo
and St. Patrick's St. j no batter rosidonco Bite in tbo city—§10,000.00.
1 aero, with 7 house*', lu-ar the Park—*
90,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Block '28; oornor lot on Agues St.!
fine residence sito—51200.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avonue--8500.00 each.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Hall-
fax Sta,, nenr Clinton St.; fino views
and well sitnatod--$350.00- §375.00,
$500,00.
Lot on Melbourne St., nonr Cllntoi*-
3300.00.
Lot 0, Sub-Blook 10; fine residence lots-
$250.00.
Lots 011 Pellmm St., near Mary—$000.00
encli.
Lot on Pelham St.,' hear St. "Aridraw'si
fino nitc--§i"500.00.
Lot 011 St. John's St., near Melbourne—
§350.00.
Lot in St. Andrew's Square-§300.00.
Lots in Block fronting on North Arm
road; finest chanco in tho market for
resideiioo or  speculation—$125,00 to
$175.00.
Lots hi Subdivision of Lot 11, aitb-Blook
12~$00,0DtoS12fl,00.
Lot*, in Subdivision of Lot 17, aub-Block
13—61(10.00 each.
Lots In Westmlnater Addition at $15.00
to $50.00.
ilwauSlto
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies, A inarvoiot
purfty.Htron'-'tliiin'iwliolesomoneKH. More
economical than the onllnnry kinds, nnd
cannot lio sold In compolition wlththo
multitude nt low tout, short weight- alum
or phosphate powdorn. Sold onlyin cans.
Royai, Baking Powdrb Co.,106 Wall ftt.,
Now York. Sfely
Rooms to Rent.
PHRNISHKI")  ROOMS TO  H1SNT,  IN
ll   M, Qmy's liouso, on PievostKlntt't.
Apply on tlio promises.
tijlyolo
HLiTE'T
QTOItE ON FRONT STIIEET, ln rear
O or Aniii-lroiig's llrlck Illoolr. Possession givon lut August.
Apply lo     tt. J. ARMSTRONG,
djl-sltq Sliorlir.
FOE   SALE.
9 OXEN, 1 HORSE & LOaOINa-CAMP
OUTFIT.   For pnrtlculnrs, upply to
T. J.  ARMSTRONG,
or ARMSTRONG * ECKSTEIN,
dJly271o New Westminstor.
BOOMS TO LET.
FURrtNISHEI) ROOMS TO LIST, single
or double or 011 mtitc, pleasant and
comfortable.   Exoollent slluntlon.
Applyto MISSODIN,
Opposite It. C. Cathodrnl,
(IJtySSlml Columbln Htreet.
First-class Prairie Farm
0E"O3E& SAX.33.
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, Nortii Arm, Froserltlvor; 0011-
talnln-' 200 acros of the finest funning lnnd
in tlio country; all dyked, woll improved,
good bulldliif's, gootl orchard (boaring).
For further information enquire of
MAJOR A PEARSON,
dmyfflte Now Westminstor.
WANTED.
ONE   THOUSAND   CORDS   CEDAR
Bolts, lour lo KRvontcon feet long.—
Apply lo
dlo   ROYAI, CITV PLANING MILLS CO.
Notice of Removal.
MISS MCDOUGALL HAS REMOVED
her Dress-innklniT Eslnbllslnr.enl.to
tho Rooms nbovo li, S. Curtis & Co.'s Drug
Storo. Jlyaiiltlwtl
MAJOR & PE1RS0N
Real  Estate  Brokers and
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
Confederstton Lifo ilssoolatlon of
Toronto.
itoynl and Lancashire Flrelntnr-
aiir.e Companlei.
ns.Vnlnnlilo Lots for snlo In the Oity
and District of Westminster; and choice
Lots in the City of Vancouver,
Persons wishing to buy or Bell city or
rural property should communicate with
us.
Oillces! Bank of Il.C. bulldlnff, opposito
postofflce, Wostmlnster, nnd Hastings St.,
vancouvor. dwapleto
T. HUM CO,
DRUGGISTS
Queen's  Hotel Block,
NEW WiaTJHSSIMt.
Reliable Drugs ft Mediomes
TOILET ARTICLES £ SUNDRIES
PRESORIPTIdNS A SPECIALTY,
dnpltc
LBieien, Harris
so co.
Real   Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating to
Real Ratato.
— AGENTS FOR—
IfOitiloii Assurance Corporation,
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. oF
Hartford.
London and Lnncnslilro Lift* Assur-
anco Co.
Cnnton Insiirancn Office, Ld. (Marino)
OFFICES: "    V
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwseHyl
K0TE8 ANO COMMENTS.
Intoxicating drinks are sold at no
fewer than 139,790 places in tlio
Russian Empire, thus giving ono
public-houso for each 731 inhabitants, nml tho annual average consumption in 1887 ami during the
preceding four yenrs reached nearly
three-fourths of a gallon of pure
alcohol per head of population.
A most eurioua and interesting
insect has lately been presented to
tho Zoological Gardens in London
by Lord "Walsingham-~namely, the
Leaf Insect. Tliis creature inhabits
the Seychelles, and it so exactly
resembles a leaf, that even when
pointed out in its glass caso it can
hardly be distinguished from its food
plant.
Young Badger from Now York,
on i:_Q -Siffifc morning of his visit to
his Uncle Abner's farm, appears
bright and early iu tt pair of white
flannel trousers. Uncle Abner
(taking him aside)*—Geo WJiitnlcer.
nephew, why in blazes didn't you
toll mo you was sq poor? Here, boy,
take this §3 and run down atreet to
tho store and buy a pair of pants
before the women folks get up.
To prevent over-sleeping, and
thus risking theloss of their employment, the mail carriers of Morocco
resort to a unique and perilous
scheme. They tie a string to one
foot, and, as they know how long a
yard or two will burn, they regulate
the length of the string by tho time
they have to sleep. Then light the
string, which burns slowly, and
when the firo comes to their foot,
they are painfully reminded that it
is time to arise.
Tho New York church property,
as it stands to day, is worth in
round figures not less than 880,000,-
000. This enormous sum is distributed unequally among over fourteen
distinct denominations and a large
number of independent churches
and missions. The greater part of
tliis property is exempt frotn taxation. The richest denomination in
the city is tho Protestant Episcopalian, whose property is valued at
some §30,000,000, and followed by
Roman Catholic, Presbyterian and
Dutch Reformed churches, in order
named,
A company was recently formed
in England for tho purpose of recovering tho treasure supposed to bo
contained in tho hulks of tho French
vessels lost in the battlo of the Nile.
Thesp vessels havn lain for years
whero thoy sank without molestation, but now that this movement
is on foot as described, the French
press has worked itaelf into a fury
on tho subject and indulges in such
epithets in connection therewith as
"tho consummation of a sacrilege,"
"a deadly insult to the French flag,"
ote. In the meantime the preparations of the company go quietly on.
An American exchange is re*
sponsible for the following; F. I,
Seymour, tho inventor of tho process
of procuring aluminum from clay, is
dead, and tho secret of his invention has died with him. A company has existed at Findluy, O., for
making aluminum by Seymour's
process for four years, uud it has
paid largo dividends, but Seymour
religiously kept the secret of tlie
chemical process by whioh ho finally
evolved -the aluminum from the
clay, and when lie died recently
from apoplexy ho carried his knowledge to the grave. The factory will
accordingly have to bo closed.
Tho idea of a telephonic church
is being carried out at Tunbridgo
Wells, England, where tho pulpit of
a congregational church is connected
with sixteen subscribers. We nre
told that "theso include doctors und
apotohocariea, clerks working in
vurious parts of the town, an invalid
lady who has been obtaining consolation from the telephone for several
months, and somo lazy club men
who went into the thing presumably
more from a spirit of .experiment
than devotion. Wires are being
laid to Maidstone, and soon subscribers living there, in Rochester, in
.Shroud nnd Chatham will bo able,
without leaving their houses, to attend services in Tunbridgo   Wells."
In this ago whon cities uro doing
all thoy can to encourago growth
it seems strango thnt measures
should ever havo been taken to check
the growth of cities; nevertheless
this is tho case, A proclamation
was issued by Queen Elizabeth,
dated 7th July, 1580, forbidding
tlie erection gf now buildings in
London whero none had ever beforo
existed in the memory of man. Tlio
extension of the metropolis was
doomed calculated to encourago tho
increase of,tho plnguej to create a
troublo in governing such multitudes;
a dearth of victuals; multiplying of
beggars, and inability to roltove thom;
nn increase of artisans more than
co,uld livo together; and the impoverishment uf other cities for luck
of inhabitants. Tho decreo further
stated that lack of uir and lack of
1*00111 to walk nroso out of too crowded a city, A proclamation to the
same efl'ect was also issued by James
1. An Order of Council was made
22nd April, 1571, for prosecuting
thoso who built on now foundations
in the cities of London and Westminster.
THE SEIZED SEALERS.
Great Excitement in Montreal Over
the Seizure ol* the Schooner
Black Diamond.
Tlio Canadian Pacific Bailway llc-
tnrna for .Mine Show Very
Largo Proflts.
Two Valuable Whaling: Vessels Lost
in Behring's Sea but the
Crows Saved.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'jCastorla
ABTJStt Till' YANKLIW.
AfuNTiti'At., July 30.—Tlio seizure
of tbo schooner Black 1} iimbnd in
Behring's Hon caused a Borf&ation hero.
This outrage, us it is called, coming
when assurances are made of friendly
relations betweon England and
Amprion, raises much ootmnopr, and
government supporters demand nu im-
mediate cnll mi tho United Stiiloa to
'release the aulloorieT and full indemnity,
THU StORllAY   OANAT,.
Month.uAt,, July 30.-The Murray
canal, connecting tlm Bay ofQuiiilo
with Lake' Ontario, will not be opened
for.genoral traffic befure next spring;
Considerable wurk reniiiins to be per:
formed, which cannot bo nceomplished
before fall.
A BUSY TRIP.
Kingston, July 30.—Bishop Cleary
reached the city last evening after
officially visiting the eastern pnrt of
the diow'se. He confirmed 1100 candidates, luid a corner stone of the new
church nt Bathurst, and considered
propositi for new ones at South Finch
and Glen Robertson, Bislmp Wnlsh,
of London, is in tho eity. He hus recoived no official conncinn'tioh of hie
elevation to the archbishopric yet.
LA1H.IE l'llOFlTH.
Monirbal. July 30.-—Tho gros3
onrnings of tho Canadian Pacific Railway for tho month of Juno wire $1,-
255,800 nnd working expenses 8727,*
893, leaving the net profits for the
month S527.462.
THU BEST   PLAN.
Toeonto,   July   30.—John  Read,
charged   with seducing   Sarah Ann
Hyde, muriied tho girl 111   tlie   police
station and lhe case wns dropped,
severe pilosis,
MoSTltEAt, July 30. —Fui 111 era from
Megantic district report pretty severe
frosts thero at the end of last week,
No damage of consequence occurred.
A QUEBEO SCHEME.
Quebec, July 30.—It ia said that
operations on come of the local bridges
nnd other public worka havo been stopped for tho purposo of being used na a
lever at tho next general elections in
this provinco.
MUll, LAUKlJ.i: HIGHLY HONORED
Montreal, July 30.—A degree has
been recoived from Rome giving Mgr.
Labolle jurisdiction over all bishops in
the provinco, unless when in their own
dioceses, and raising hiin to tho rank
of apostolic prothonotiiry. It is said
that Mr. Mercier and his cabinet 11 ill
supply tho vestments and other insignia.
VALUABLE VALISE STOLEN.
Oi-YMPIA, W. T„ July 30.-Mr. S.
N. Williams, who was one of the
heavy losers in tho Seattlo fire, recently Btnrted in the jowelry business
here, lio had about §2,000 woitli uf
stock iu his Btore, consisting mostly of
gold nnd silver watches. It has been
his custom since tn business here to
deposit bis valuables in a valise and
carry the same to his rooms ut night.
Last evening he eet the valise in his
room and went outside to t:iko a
smoke, and on his return n few
moments later found tho valise misa*
ing.   Thero is no clue.
THE SEtZCltE AN OUTRAGE.
San Francisco, July 30.—Alexander Frank, tho owner of tho
scaling schooner Black Diamond, flying the Britisli flag, nnd which was
seized by the U. S. Cutter Rush for
illegal settling in Behring Sea, is in
tho eity. He pronounces tho seizure
an outrage, nud saya the facta of the
case will bo presented to tho minister of
marine at Ottawa, looking to the re-
rettse of the vessel.
SCHOONERS  WRE0R8P,
San Fhancisco, July 30. —- Tho
f-ti*. Dora which arrived from Oun-
alr.ska lata last night brings word that
intelligence was received of the wrecking of iho whaling Bohooner Ohio, nt
Minivnk, iu Behring Se;i, June 1st, ef
this year, All hands were saved but
tho vessel is a total wreck. Tho vessel and cargo were valued al $16,000,
The Dora also drought news of tho loss
of the schooner Edward E. Webster,
which was Io.it mi ihu north side of
Ullgft Island on the 28th of last Juno.
The orew were nil saved, but the vessel in a total loss.
THU SEAL PROTECTORS.
Was 1 lixoton, July 30.---The navy
department received 11 report to-dny
from biout.-Conminiidei' Stockton of
the Thetis, giving news of Ute vessels
t-eut In protect the seal fisheries in Lie*
tiring Sea.
"DOING TIIE ANCIENT CAPITAL."
QcEitKc, July 29. —* Tho Ontario
journalists arrived last evening and
did the citadel and other city sights.
Thia morning they are doing tho har*
bor and visit La Borne St. Anne, returning tu town over the New Montmorency and Charlevoix Railway Line.
USE TU E LASH.
Quebeo, July 20.—Complaints havo
reached town from St. Ambroiso,
Point liiix Trembles-and other places,
thnt trumps of u vicious clas3 have
been currying off children and robbing
peoplo in lonely plnccs.
KILLED UV  AN ELEVATOi:.
Montreal, July 29.—Wm, Middle-
ton, an employee of the Electric Light
Co., was kilted iu Swandon's shoo factory on Saturday. The elevator cage
struck him on the head.
IIANCIEU   HIMSELF.
Toronto. July 2!). — A dissolute
character named Ciillio Kelly, who had
been nrresteil for disorderly conduct,
hanged herself in the polico station on
Saturday night.
KILLED BY A WH11-TLE   TREE,
Hauiuston, Out., July 129.— Finnic,
aged 11, son of Sam Pntterson, of this
town, was killed to-dny through tho
whillio trco of a rako lifter breaking
aud fracturing his skull.
APOPLEXY.
Toronto,  July  29,— Privato   dis
patches from Chicago aay George Harcourt, merchant tailor, who has been
in business hero -for forty years,
dropped dead thero to-day from apoplexy.
THE-PIRST TRAIN.
Quebec, July 29.—The first through
tram ovor tho Montmorency & Charlevoix Railway was run yeBterday with
tho Ontario journalists ou board.
DROWNED.
Quedeo, July 29.—The 12 year old
son of Mdo. Voyer, of Levis, was
drowned Saturday evening by fulling
oil'the wharf,
FATALLY   BURNED.
Halifax, July 29.—Tho wifo of
James Wouacatt, printer, died from
the effects of burns received through
her clothes taking lire.
AN OLD TIMER GONE.
Elmira, Ont., July 29.—Peter
Winger, pOBt master Bince 18G3 and
ono of the pioneers and old time councillors of Waterloo county is dead;
nge 74.
A- SMALL   FIRE.
Ottawa, July 29.—-A firo took place
in the city post offico this morning;
very little datm.ge was dune.
KILLED    BY A TRAIN.
New Market, Out., July 29 —
John Hopper, a farmer nenr here,
while walking on the ruilway Irnck,
intoxicated, was struck by the evening
oxpreaa and killed. I
BODY   RECOVEHBD.
Kingston, July 29.—Last evening
tho body of Victor Burns, drowned
ItiBt November with his brother whilo
returning from a shooting expedition,
was found. Three weeks ago the remains of Lionel Burns came to the
surface. There was a little of the
flesh upon the bones. Victor's remains were buried at once. Both were
sons of Rev. R. T. Burns, late deputy
post mnBter.
ON THEIR DUIDAL TOUR.
St. John, N. B., July 29.-Hon.
Georgo E. Foster and bride nfter
spending several days in this city,
have gone to St. Andrews ou a short
visit, as guests of the Algonquin Hotel
Company. Many leading citizens
called nt the Royal hotel where Mr.
Foster and wife were staying during
the week to offer congratulations to
tho happy couple.
OTTAWA NOTES.
Ottawa, July 29.-The health of
the Hon. Alexander Mackenzie is improving.
Miss Robertson, a Wealthy invalid,
suicided to-day by shooting with a revolver.   Ill henlth waa the cause.
Surprise was created here by tho
seizure of tho Black Diamond in Behring Sen.
Hou. C. H, Tupper, minister of
fisheries, has gono to Halifax to iu*
spect the Atlantic Fisheries Protection
service. An official of the department
says the Dominion government will
not back down from the original contention that the United States »overn-
meut does not possess exclusive jurisdiction iu these waters, and expresses
the belief'that compensation ii inevitable.
Hon. E. Dewdney Ieavoa for British
Columbia ou August Oth.
CLANDESTINE MASONS.
Washington, July29.—The controversy which has been general among
tho Masonic fraternity throughout thu
country respecting the Cernoau Scottish
rite, has culminated herein the issue
of an edict by Harrison Dingman,
most worshipful grand master of masons of tho District of Columbia, pronouncing the Cerneau organization
clandestine, nnd warning all members
of that lite that they are liable to discipline from tho grand lodge unless
they at once withdraw from the Cerneau body. Tho main reason for tlie
edict, Mr. Dingman explains, nsitle
from other questions arising in the
Scottish rite controversy, is that the
Cerneau organisation has established
relations of amity and Masonic correspondence with the grand orient of
France, tho governing body of Masous
in that country, wliich is under the
ban of at least every English speaking
grand lodge in the world, because the
grand orient haB atiickon the numo of
God from its rituals. Tho grand
lodges of this countiy have au additional grievance ugninst the grand
orient of Franco, because tho latter
pei -ist • iu recognising the negro grand
lodges of the United States. Grand
Master Diuginan's edict directs that
all visitors to tho lodges in the District of Columbia shall bo required to
stato before admission, that thoy are
nut members of the Cerneau organisation. A meeting of tho Cerneau organization ip any Masonic hall is also
prohibited,
WEALTHY NEGROES POISONED.
Nashville, July 29.—Lucy Bedford, aged 8"i, and Emily Parsons, her
niece, both colored, were poisoned by
arsenic in thoir coffee yesterday, Mias
Parsons dying last night and Bedford is
in a critical condition, Lucy Bedford
is probablo the richest colored woman
iu tho South, havimr beon given nn
estate worth $100,000 by tho will of
her former owner. Four negro servants of Miss Bedford are under arrest
on suspicion of tho crime, tho object of
which is unknown. It is snid that on
Miss Bcdfords's doath her property
ia to revert to a relative of hor former
master,
NOT DISCOURAGED.
Boulanger  not Discouraged but
.Somewhat Surprised at tho Results of tlie Elections.
Prince Albert Victor Leaves Shortly for a Six Mouths' Visit
to India.
A Company Formed In London to
Dredge the Fraser River
for Gold.
Fnrr's Landing ani Sctilcmeni.
It may not be known to tho general
public how much cut off from communication with traffic and trade centres is this thriving agricultural settlement. But such is the caso, unfortunately for the enterprising fnrmers
who for many years have boon living
there. Tho road by which their produco has boon tnken to tho liver is
now washed away, and so thoir means
of earning a livelihood have boon seriously crippled. It is a state of things
much to bo deplored and it is Imped,
if thia item reaches the notice of those
in authority that they will in due season givo this mattor the attention   the
:e deserves. —Com,
During the last twenty-five years
Queen Viotoria has taken 447 agricultural prizes with stock from her
Windsor farms. She takes great
interest in cattlo shows, and is said
to be a good judge of Shorthorns
and Jerseys.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
it the Colombian office. Prices will bo
found as low tu at anv other offico in
tho province —Adv
NOT DISCOURAliED.
London, July 30,—Geneml Boulanger is by no means discouraged by
Ins defeat in the French elections,
though much surprised at the results.
THE EMPEItOR SLIOHTED,
Berlin, July 30.—Tlio pope's name
was enthusiastically cheered nt tho
present meeting of tbe Soutli German
Catholics in KeiistadtV while- tho customary cheor.'i for tho ,emperor wero
omitted,
VESSEL   WltElKEI).
London, July 30.—A despatch tu
tho Merchant's Exponas this morning
says that the British bark Margate
from Non Castle. N. S. W,, for this
port Ims been totally wrecked on Middleton reef, Queensland. Part of the
crow were snved, the remainder aro'
missing.
DOQ HOSE WON.
London, July 30.—At' the Goodwood races to-day, Stewart's race  was .
won by Dog Roso, Amphion 2nd, Noble Chieftain 3rd; 18 started.
FOR   INDIA.
London, July 30.—It is announced
that Prince Albert Victor will start in
September for India, for a tour through ■
tho country of six months.
GOLD DREDGING CO.
London, July 29.—Tho Finuurial
News states lhat the new Angld-Oada*
dian Cable Company has applied to
the Canadian j-overtnncnt for a guarantee of £100,000 on tho propOBOd issue of ita bonds. It saya this guar-,
anteo would insure tho raising of the
requisite capital. The British Columbia Rivers Gold Dredging Oo. hns been
registered with a capital of £40,000 In
order to purchase Gibson's rights to
dredge for gold in 45 milea of tho
Fraser River and for other kindred
purposes,
Delln Jolllnss.
The musical hum of tho mower has
yiveii place to the monotonous click of
tho binder, quito a largo area of grain
has already been cut, and though in
somo location*-, tho drought will considerably lighten the averago yield, of
both grain and roots, yet very many of
the very largest gram fields iu the
settlement bid fair to amply sustain
Delta's woll known record for productiveness.
Thu genial smile which irradiates
the face of every cannery OrbprieCor
one meets, gives ocular demonstration, that the excellent run of salmon
which thoy nro uow enjoying is equal
to their most sanguine expectations.
May tho shadow of tho famous cockeye nover grow loss.
Boundary Bay is becoming quito a
fashionable summer resort. A picnic
party from tho Delta drovo over on
Friday last to enjoy a day's outing,
and to sniff the salubrious aalt-woter
air. Quite a number of the citizens
from the Royal oity are ut present rusticating there, and enjoying the
luxury of a salt-water hath, having
their headquarters in Mr. Alexander's
pleasant grove, while Mr. Brewster,
with his characteristic energy, is on-
gaged in clearing up a portion of
Uncle Sam's domain south of the
"Iron Post," with u view to utilize
one of nature's own park-like pleasure
grounds, which he proposes to adorn,,
and make into a pleasant retreat, for
the many tourists nud picnickers who
in the near future will be on the lookout for just bucIi comfortable surroundings during each summer season as he
is preparing, to provide for them.—
Com.
A Cure iorWiialM'i-x.
A correspondent bf the Stockton
(Cal.) Herald t*ivea tho following as a
cure for small-pox. Cut thia oul for
future roferenee;
"I herewith append a receipt which
been   used to my knowlodgo in
has
hundreds of enses. It will prevent or
euro the small-pox, even though the
pittingsnro filling. When .Termor discovered tho cow-pox in England, the
world of science hurled nn nvainnche of
fame on his head; but when the most
scientific school ef medicine in tho
tho world—that of Paris—published
this -"eeoipt as n panacea for email-pox
it passed unheoded. It is 'unfailing
ns fate, nnd conquers in every instance.
It is perfectly harmless when takon
by a well person. It will also cure
scarlet fever. Hero is tho receipt as I
havo used it and cured many children
of scarlet fever. Hero it ia as I havo
used it to cure tho small-pox, when
learned physicians said the patient must
die.
'.'Sulphate of zinc, ono grain; foxglove (digitalis) ono grain; one-hnlf a
teaapoonful of eugar, mix with two
tnblcapoonfuls of water."
"When tiio above has boon thoroughly mixed add four ounces of
water. Tako a spoonful every hour.
Either disease will disappear in twelve
hours. For a child, smaller doses no*
curding to ago. If counties would
compel physicians to uso this, there
would bo no neod of pest-housoa. If
you value advice and experience, uso
this tor that torriblo scourge."
An clVcctual remedy for small-pox is
Bnid to havo been found by a surgeon
in tho British army in China. Tho
mode of treatment is as follows:
"When tho proceeding fever iB ut its
height, and just beforo the eruption
appears, tho chest is rubbed with
oroton oil and tartaric ointment. This
causes the wholo eruption to appear ou
that part of the body, to the relief of
tho rest. It also secures a full and
eomplete eruption, and thus prevents
tho disease from attacking the internal
organs." This ia now the establish*
od modo of treatment in tho English
army in China, and is regarded na a
perteeb cure.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'swm$ THE   DAILY   COLUMBIAN
ruiUUMD
■m* Aflcnuas aeett ttttej.
it THI
■r-BMru-niD-sr    sboxhih-s,
At th.lr Bt.Mii   -Muting E-tabllsh-
m.Dt, Columbia street,
BY   MAILl
for lTJmoatlis....,,,.,.........-	
For I mon*b.« ...
Por Simontb...
 .$_-.«,
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...... 3 _\
DELIVERED IN IBE CITY!
ror 12 montbs........ 410 00
Por 6 montbi....... _..-.... 6 25
ftt month............,.,„.,.„. -      90
Par wtet.................................     25
Payment In .11 ettet (except lor weekly
tnte} to be mule ln advance.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
■>»ed .Terr WefaftMU* Moralag,
Dellversd ln tbe City, per year.
Mailed, per year.	
Hailed, 6 months............	
2.00
1.25
gailp $ritiuh Colnmbtun
Tae-day t.nnlnt. Jaly 30, lam.
A short time ngo we published
editorially some information respecting the qualification of voters
for the Dominion elections, in view
of the fact that the voters' lists
were being revised this year. The
article in question, in cose any of
our readers wish lo refer to it, ap.
peered in the daily edition of July
8, and in the weekly of July 10.
A. the same time we urged all
thow otherwise qualified in the city
and throughout the distriot to see
that their own and their neighbors'
names were, properly registered on
the reviled Hits. We are glad to
lay that in thla city, at least, our
wide-awake council have taken hold
of the nutter, and by the appointment of paid vote collectors have
added many hundred names to both
the Dominion and provincial lists,
and it is as near certain as anything
mn be, commonly speaking, that
every available name within tbe
eity limits will be, by the well judged
means taken, properly registered
on the two lists mentioned. This is,
most emphatically, as it should be.
The right of the franchise is a
sacred one and should be religiously
and intelligently exercised by every
individual entitled to do so. It is
only thus that the prime idea of
responsible government is thoroughly
exemplified and its inestimable ad
vantages fully availed of, That
person is little better than a traitor
to himself and his country who
ignores or neglects this important
duty. We will remark here, if it is
a digression, as illustrating the total
depravity which seems to overtake
newspapers that degenerate into
organs, that an organ actually insinuated that the article we have
mentioned as appearing in this
paper a short time ago, giving some
information as to the qualification
of voters, and urging those qualified
to get registered, was written in the
interest of certain political parties.
But honi toil gui mat y pense.
DAIXY BRITISH OOLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTEB, B. 0-, JULY JO/1889,:.
for applying to liavo them added, or the
nature of any other proposed amendments
to the list and tho grounds therefor), at
the sitting to be held by the revising
oflicer, at      o'clock, in the -noon,
on the dayof , 188 , "it
in tho said electoral district.
Dated , 188     \
To tlie revising officer J (Name of Com-
for the said electoral'      plnitiant)
district   (or to   tlie I
person whose  name I    P.O. Address
is objected to). '
After tho preliminary revision the
amended lists nre published, a separate lists are posted in the respective
polling divisions to which they re-
lato for at least five weeks before
the date fixed for the final revision,
which must be not later tban the
first of November. At tlie final revision similar notices of additions,
amendments and objections may bo
made, as in tho case of the preliminary revision described. Duo notico
of the final revision will also bo
posted in the various polling divisions.
A correspondent from the district
suggests that we should publish, "for
general information, the conditions
to be observed or the steps to be
taken in order to register voters for
provincial and Dominion elections."
As the information wo have already
published refers more particularly to
the qualification for Dominion vot<
ers, we shall givo briefly the qualification for provincial voters, and as near
as possible tbe modus operandi of
registering for both. With respect
to tho registration of Dominion
voters, the revising oflicer, as we
stated formerly, as soon as practicable after the first of June, obtains
and compares copies of the last revised voters' list with the latest revised assessment rolls of the various
municipalities throughout the electoral district, when he proceeds,
with this and other information that
he can obtain, to prepare a separate
list for eaoh municipality of the persona who, according to the provisions of the act, are entitled to be
registered and to vote. As the clerk
o! the municipality is usually the
penon called upon by the revising
officer to furnish lists, etc., of the
respective municipalities, it will be
seen that anyone communicating
with the clerk in his own municipality, or with the revising officer
himself, will be taking the most
direct means for getting his name
on the Hat, oa the object ia to get all
on who are qualified, and information aa to those so qualified is
sought and accepted from any and
every source. The time, however,
for receiving names in thia way expiree with the last day of the present month, July, when the lists are
closed for printing. The publication
of these lists shall take place not
later than the first of September
next, and copies will be posted in
the various municipalities for at
leaat four weeka before tho preliminary oourt of revision ia held by the
revising officer. Any person desiring to add any names not on the
publiahed list muat at leaat one week
before the day fixed for the preliminary revision (of whioh due notice
will be given by a posted form) deposit with or mail to the revising
offloer, by registered letter, at his
office or place of addreu, a notice in
the form E in the achedule to the
aot (given below). In the event of
any penon desiring to object to any
name on the list, it may be done by
the same process ns above, with the
exception that a day's notice only is
required, and a copy of the notico
that ia delivered or mailed to the
revising officer must be similarly
delivered or mailed to the person
whose name is objected to. Immediately following is a copy of
form E in the schedule, referred to i
Holies of Complaint or Application.
I , of the        of        , in tho
oounty of , In the electoral district
of , province, of , under
"The Electoral Franchise Act," hereby
•ire notice that I will apply to have the
Int general list for the electoral district
of amended or added to, as the
case maybe (then state the name or
names desired to be added, with full par-
tlmlars of their residence., address, ocou-
■atlens, qualification-, and if roal prop,
irt-r, where situated, and the grounds
Under the provincial voters' act,
qualification ond registration ure,
as is generally known, comparatively
simple matters. Every male of tho
full age of twenty-one years, being
a British subject by birth or naturalization, and not being an Indian,
a Chinaman, or a convicted criminal
under sentence, or a candidate or
other person convicted bf bribery
(which disqualifies for seven years
after such conviction), and having
resided in this provinco for twelvo
months, and in the electoral district
in which ho claims to vote for two
months of that period immediately
previous to sending in his claim to
vote, nnd being duly registered, shall
be entitled to vote at provincial elections. The process of registration
is, briefly, as follows: Collectors are
appointed by the government for
each electoral district, and, whero
required, for the different polling
divisions of the electoral district,
whoso duties are, to furnish any one
applying for tho samo, blank forms
of application, of notice of objection,
and of notice of review, respectively;
to insert all names of persons claiming to vote and filling out the form
for that purpose, in .a list of persons
claiming to vote, such list to be
posted in the oflice of the collector
and in some conspicuous place on
tho outside, and any name remaining on the list two months without
being objected to shall be entitled
to ba entered on the register of
voters; to hoar all claims and objections, and to decide upon them; on
tho first Monday of August in each
and every yoar to hold a court of
revision, after having given two
months' notico of tlio samo in tho
B. C. Gazette nnd posted copies of
such notice iu his (the collector's)
office, on the door of tlie principal
court house of the electoral district,
and in nt least three conspicuous
places in the district or polling division ; and, after the holding of such
court and the performing of all the
duties appertaining, tho collector
shall, on or before the first day of
September in each year, transmit to
the registrar of the supreme court,
at Victoria, a copy of tho register of
voters for his district or polling division, as the case may be, duly certified, which copy shall be recog-
nnized ns the register of votes for
the electoral district or polling division in quostion until the register
shall be again revised. For the
electoral districts of Westminster
oity anil district there are only three
divisions, Westminster city, West-
minster district, and lho Burrard
Inlet division. For tho two former
Mr. Chas. Warwick, government
agent, of this city, is the vote collector. All names put upon the
list of those claiming to vote two
full months before any provincial
election, and not objected to within
that time, aro placed upon the register of voters and entitle the person
to vote at such election.
VOLUME Va—NO, 25.
NEW WESTMINSTE
1YW00D & MACKIN
Conveyancers tt Notaries Public,,
3?. O.  Eo-*  2ia
:\:..c-:;,Zi.z.i_z.a  *XTo,  Ci
Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Safe Cheap.   Terms easy.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance,
TL7T.*—vTt T-r-v*-*-. t-   /ttv^~n     T      j**-***,  7t  t-.t ><•'(?•-■"- ' ■ -^VVij DO NOT RPiCCiJIiA'i'i'' of iiSKi, vrES, but j^ifo <»nr cua-
JYl O N RY   TV0     1   \OAN,      HF    -        tomera tbo benefit of n!! our special bttfg»W
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
BAPTIST CHURCH, Agnes "-Street,
East of Mary Street. Lord's Day
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p.m. Halibut h
Hehool uudBlble CIrbs at 5:30 p. in. All
M&tsfree; «trangorn cordially welcomed.
—Rey. Thou. Baldwin, pastor.
METHODIST CHURCH, Mury
Street. Rev. J. II. White, Pimtor.
■icon at 11 a. m. und 7 p. in. Sundny
School and Bible Glass 2:80 b. nt. Prayer
Mooting on Thursdays at 7.B0p.in. Benin
free; strangers oonllally Invltod.	
§T. PAUL'S CHURCH, John Street,
i Opposito Orange Hull. Rev. Thomas
addon, Pastor. Service-* every Sunday
at 11 a. m, and 7 p. m, Thursday evenings
at7:80 o'clock. Seats free; all nre cordially Invited. Sunday School at 2:30 p. tn.
nHURCH OF ENGLAND, -HOLY
\j TUINITY CHURCH; Hector, The
Bishop, ft. MARY'S CHURCH; Rector,
Tlio Ven. Archdeacon Woods. Services
In both churches every day. All Rents
freo. Both churehea open nil dnyforprl-
valo prayor.      	
-nilBSBYTBRIAM    CHURCH   (ST.
Jf ANDREW'S), corner Carnarvon nnd
Black wood Sis. Rev, Thos. Scouler, ims-
tor, Hm-vlcesatll n. m. nnd 7p. '•■■; Sunday-school nnd Blhlo-class nt 2.8(1 p. ni.;
Prnyer*meeting on Thursdny ovonlngs ut-
7.80. Beats free; strangoia welcome.
S-1A1.KDONIA *   ST.   ANDRKW'S
V BOOIH.TY.-Tho regulnr meetings of
this Association are held on tlio last Tuesday of eaoh month, at 8 o'clock p.m. All
Scotchmen are Invited to attend.-John
Boi E, Heo.	
A O, F.-COURT LORD DUFFERIN
n. No. 6304. The regular meetings of
tlie aliovo Court aro held at tho Foresters-
Hall, on the first and third Wednesday in
encli month, nt 8 p. ra.—Jno. McMuiil'ilv,
Senr., P.C.R.
\TT C. T. U.-REGULAR MEETING
Yt e every Wednesday nfternoon at 3
o'clock atthe W. CT. u. Headquarters,
Douglas St,   Loyal Legion In tho Mime
Since every Friday nftornoon.—Mrs. Jas,
itnniw'KAm, President; Miss DeBeck
Secretary' ^^
UNION I.ODGB No, 9, A, F.
tfc Ae M.— Tho regular meet*
Ings of tbls Lodgo are hold In
.   w   . theMasonleTomploonl.hellr'it
Wednesday In eaoh month, nt 7:80 o'clock
fi. m. Sojourning brethren are cordially
nvltfld lo attend.—W. C. Coatham, Hop.
Wednowdn
"DOARDOF TRADE), Board Room,
JJ Oddfellows Brick Block, up-stnirs
Counoil moots on tho flrst and third Wed*
nt'8dayliioachmontli,nt4p.m. Quarterly
meetings on tho 22nd of Feb., May., Aug.,
and Nov., at 7:80 p. m. New members
mny bo proponed and elected nt any Quarterly mooting.-!). Roiwok , Sec.
To Contractors!
rpENDERB WILL HE RECEIVE!)i liy
the undoi-sls-ned up lo fl p, in, of I' UI-
Av
AY, «nd Aasnit, for the erection of a
-■•o-story Rosldor "----■ ■ *-
James Wise, Esq.
two-story Residenco ou Royal Avenue for
Plans nnd spool flcatlons at my office.
The lowest or nny tender nol necessarily
accepted.  ,
G. W. GRANT.
Architect.
Weitminster, July 29,1889.     djlySOtlnu
OOLONIAL HOTEL BUILDING,
NEW WESTMINSTEB.
OFFICES 1 —~
173 CORDOVA ST.
51 YATES SV,
[SUCCESSOR TO D.   McrHADENJ
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FIRST-CLASS
Groceries and Provisions
MET* MS MS MM 9     tXz.mUm
CoiYoos Roasted and Ground on the Promises.   Fino Teas 11 Specialty.
-COLUMBIA STBEET ———
hmm City Foundry 1 Mm M Go,
(r-iMXTriij-E*.)
Engineers, Boiler Makers, and Iron and Brass Founders
HAVING GREATLY INCREASED TI1EIII PREMISES AND MACHIN-
cry, are in a position to undertake tho construction and repairs of Marine
and Htiiiioiuu'.v Engines and Hollers. Milling, Mining nnd Cannery
Machinery, as well as Castings antl K'oi'gillgS of every description.
Estimates given; i
D. CARTMEL,
General Manage*!.
ill work guaranteed.
A. NIcKELVIE,
ma      dwjll7to Mechanical Manaokr.
CITY SUPPLIES.
NOTICE IH HEREDY GIVEN THAT
the Cily Corporation will not he ra-
sponsible ror any goods or articles furnished to nny otllciul or employee except
on an order signed by the city olerk or
assistant. By Order,
D. ROBSON,
City Clerk.
July-lltti, 1380. djyatml
A. C. GAMBLE
Hdtaiiy Public.
LAND SURVEYORS,
i|!n!.W;i
AND CONVEYANCERS,
•A.G-E.LTTS ""rem
FIHH.-Tho Western of Torouto-The Minn, The City of London, and The Hartford.
LIFE.—Tho Now York Life Insurance Co.
ACCIDENT—The Travellers'of Ilivrlford
Land Surveying In nil its lirnnchc.* accurately nnd promptly carried uut.
City and Suburban bundi. for Hair.
We oan show n complote IM of de-ilmlile
localities,
Farming Lnniln. improved and tinim*
proved, throughout the district.
Mining anil other Stock bought and
sold.
Money to Loan on Drsl mortgaged!
low rates.
WOODS, TURPM (JAM DLK,
Office, Ellard*s Blook,   •   column a Btokt
NEW WESTMINSTE It.
dmhlllo
E» X O 3S3T 3E3 33 "ES,
siTOK. ars
ESTABLISHED 1852.
Jas, Cunningham
COLUMBIA STIIEET, WESTMINSTER, 0. C,
IJU'OI'TEK OF
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Faints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Ohinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTDni-ti OK
^TIN&SHEET-IRONWARE.
CONTRACTS FOB
Iron Cornice Work, Cas-flttliis,
Plumbing, Roofing, &c.
Oity of lew Westminster,
I'1'I.IiIC NOTICE.
COIIDWOOD PtLEDON THE HTUEKTN
or Limes -vllliln tho oity limit, must
ho removed ot once, ou nccount of survey
and construcllon.
liy order of tho Hoard of Works,
I. G. JAQUES,
Chairman.
City flail, Now West., .luly 24,1«8U.  Jylltw
TO BUILDERS.
SEPARATE TENDERS ARE INVITED
for lhe various works iu connection
with tlio erection oftho Residenco for His
Lordship the Dlshop of New Westminster.
Plans, Ae„ nt my oilice, where tondors
{sealed nnd endorsed) are to ho delivered
ou or before 12 o'clock, noon, on Monday.
Ann. nth.
Neither tho lowest nor any tender will
be necessarily accepted.
WILLIAM It. KING,
Architect, Ae,
Now West., July 20,18S0. dJlySOtS
BSaSHD   "!TO*CTS
AUCTION SALE
I
ENGLISH    BAY.
XIIAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY Mil.
BAMUKl.tiltl'KH toscll by l'lllillo All'!-
tlon, on
Saturday Even'g, Aug. 3,1889,
At tho COLONIAL HOTEL, New Westminster,
Twenty-five  Lots
of Ills English Bay Property, which
comprise'] t-omo of the best sltnuled
liiisiiicps property,directly oppiislte'the
proponed Landing of all tlio largo
ocean Steamships from china. Japan,
nnd so forth, and II Is conceded by
tho bust iiul'iurlll'is ou the subject thnt
this Is destined lo becomo tho principal
seaport, In British Columbln,nnd this property in the near future will probably lie
equal tn value to any of the oholgo lot-son
Granville and other streets in Vancouver
City.
Tlio deposits on these lots will lie •*'.')
for Insldo lots und $50 tor cornor lots, cash -
lho bnlnuce will bo payable when Mr
(freer Ih prepared to glvo a deed. Tho properly Id solif wlih all tlie privileges of tho
present preemption Inws of Britisli Col
umbln.
I hnvo also been Instructed by Mr.
JOSBWI HosKiNtOKCll ntsnmoiiino,
Lot 130, Group 3,
Now Westminster District, on thcHoul.li
Ann of tho Fraser River, opposite Tilbury
Island, with half a mile frontage on Frn*
Korlllvor-contnlnlng 1(11)acres. Tlioro Is
nbout, ISO acres of this prairie, Mm balance
nldor nnd crab-apple;1 thoro Is about 14
Inches rldh soil on surfaco, willi clay sub*
soil, and Is equal In valuo to nny nf llio
Delta hind lower down theriver wlileh Is
soiling at from $100 to SlfiO por acre. Torms
of this will bo SiOOOcnsli; Imlancons may
lio ngrocd upon.
Also-LnlA ll, 111 A 111. hiiIhIIv. nf l,of 10,
ItlocK Sill, New Westminster Suburb-',
n&.Snlo will tako placo nt 8 o'clock,
T. J. TRAPP,
dJIySOtd At-cnoKKKii.
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Oanadiar
Ooffees a specia!
A. DesBKSSAY, Cor. Columbia I. Blackie Sts.
BUGGIES i    BUfiSIISJ
JUST. RECEIVED,
A CAR-MASS ©8?
Pell, Riee Coil-spring ,^'claiigWan
m& "su @G?r- ass. m- ma ®m
 -AT.SO	
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
(sW The Best and Cheapest Rigr, ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.^
_mw     J3Lg±cL elb fO'0.:ir:iri©„
) e ¥ i o s o o Bros,!
VANCOUVER,
To Have Them Put in Good
Repair.
CAU, AND SEE OUlt STOCK Will I.K
IN THE CITY.
DAVIDSON   BROS.;
Cordova St., Vancouver,
 ±\}y2tu. 	
if ax well Mowers
The Little Maxwell
Steel Frame Binders.
QHi-lT.
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Planet. jav; Warden Tools,
Lawn Mowers, &c«. &e.
M'.i   1II1IM
Colum!)!:! Street, Kow Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail. Butchers.
MEAT rillVEYOHH IN (iENERAI,,    FOES*! AND lOKNEIt
MEATS AtWATS ON HANI*.
ita'Spocial lints quoted for tlio shipping trade.   Family ordors strictly nttcmlod
to.   Hotels will find it to lliolr Intorest to plfteo tliolr orders with tho nbovo firm.
il23no]y
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN c&~RESCHENBACH,
p-iTw-rcKsons to w. «. T0W»SKND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Blums, Itucoii, Smisugc, ISolo^ims, fMv*
dnol.vl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
Tub OoiiUuniAK ruiKTisa Estaiilishmbst has lirtt-oluss fnoiutios for
all kinds of Commercial Printing, Bill Heads Loiter Heads. Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Dlnn't Forms of rmy description, Posters, Dodgers,
Price Lists, ito.   Prions will lio found na low ns nt any other olllo-i whoro
(irst-olass work is done.
-cs-o   --ro.
E. S. SCOUL
Gheap Cooking, Stoves ft Ranges!
DON'T FOEGET THE ADDRESS:
WorStoillo Sts., Var,o,uver.
SAMUEL MELLARD,  ■  CHILLIWHACK,
Whom we have appointed our sole agent for our celebrated
Stoves in that district. Mr. Mellard will supply our Stoves at
New Westminster prices. dwno I y l
THIS SPACE BELONQi* 11)
H. T. 6-tEAD & CO
IIAItllWARK MEUCIIAN'IV"
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and .Machine Sho[
Front 3t., Wow Westminster, 'ii. C.
■BOHBisw __.ss.--i_T,      -   '  -      -_.&j__:mj&e-Z-&sj__s,.
Z,.t_--.ZTXJ_l,^-.a_(Z.T-_-T.-J_lB   OZ&
STEAM-ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH OANMERY
AGltlCUIiTBIlAIi & AM KINMS OF MAClIIffKHY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
GEPA1BI1IC DONE WITH NEATNESS AHD DISPATCH.
Pi S.—AI. ol'doru from Uio upper country promptly attended lo.
dwnolmO
l7vtmt Stroot, Nov Westminster.
!!**TewWestminster MillsWoolen Roods
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS k all kinds of Woolen Goods
BEADV-IIADE CLOTHING.
___?■ The only House on the Mainland wliich keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dml*30tc
ROYAL CITY
RICHARD STHEET, WEW WESTMINSTER.
MANUI'ACTL'UrRS AND DEALBTtS IN
All Kinffs of Rongli anfl Dressefl Lianfter
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOIES, NET FLOUTS, TBAYS.
Ji.3S'*D .__._Z.y_   ICIXTTJEJ  OF
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
'ti.   Frames.,   Windows,
Balusters-,
ISracfeets.
Me'
PLAIN AND FANCY ANO ALL KINDS GF TURNED WORK.
HARD-WOOD.
TKNIH3HS FOIt B(l C'OItDH OF K-VHT)*
WOOD, to lio delivered ut Ht. Mnrv'H
IIon|ntal,\vllI lie reeetvi'd hy On ah. Mr*
imNnnm. Front. Street, up to 13o'oloclt,
noon, im Uio ist of AiiMii-'t noxt-   itJlyMtu
I ll.VVR BK0BIVBD INSTBUOTlnNS
I nnd will null livIMllill'* Alielloli. nt tlio
(-■ilifolnl Hotel, (.n HATIMI1),\YiAh(*iii»I
illM.lKJin- nt7.:»o'eloi'li p. in., MioruJlow-
1111; VMluiililopinpeity-vl'*.!
Soctloiri'iinitiliilnlnc H-hihti-h- mnri'or
li'SM,), lilnclt fi Norlh, Hhiik*. Two Went,
Townnlilp No. HS, limine Went of QoiWt
IMurldlnn, Now Wiwlmlnnler Dlnti-tol;
nbout ill*; ml I'm from l'r(>*,viisvlll'--ou Yulo
nmtl; 1JK mlloB from Vratet River. Im*
nrnv'<ittentJi~7 neron olonreil; ull under
ronee. ltoiiHe, Miirn Woodshed; Uuood
wcIIm (Irst-oliisH water. A yinmi'iiieltiird,
eoiiBlKtlnt{of MlvnrletloHniflull Ireon from
II to 4 yoniR old,  Tm-liiH ciihIi .
A. M. NfllrBON,
iljyziltl Auctioneer,
N
■jsToario-a,
OTICK IH HKIII3HY CITVF.N THAT
lfiimlN unit WiiiIih for periulHHton to lonao
tlio foltoivlnstlonaiiuQU tmelsof Inndi
1, Comm«nelii[.'iitiiHtiiI*oitltniiled BOIlIll
of iv ItlltOlylllgoiiBtof Hoop Hny,I'i'«"lii-
tlon Wounrl; riinnlii-' tlieiieo .'Ul < li-ilns
Bontli, IhoiKic 110 elmliiH oust, llionee IM
dlialii** iioi'lh,llii,ui'ol'(k'liultuHiii-<l,thi'iirti
10 oliiil.iK norlh, tlienoo 111) clinliiM went,,
thenco 111 cIiiiIiih norlh, tlieneo III oliiilns
wont, tlieneo 60 ehulnn lOUttl' llience -111
olitiliiH we-il, Ihoni'o to pointof comiuonee-
mont,
•i. Coininenelni! nt ii post nt. the inoiilli
of n little Htream IH) clmlnH mint It of THiIm
I'olut, Hii7.iv Ifdtniii: I'liniiltif- tlicnee went
HlHmliiH, Kouth'JUi-liiilim.M-est |*i cIiiiIiih,
KiiutliSloluiliiH, wc*!, 2A olinhifi. nortii li!
chnlns, wc.it IU clinlns, norlh L'l eliiiliiN,
WOHt 8 chnln.s nortii II elinlns. wcnI, 72
chulns, north LM cliiini!-, oust L'l clmlnH,
Fiouih Hii'luilns, oast ill clmlnH, nortii so
alinltiB. e.mt 28 elm Inn to shore, thonco
iiloni; Hhui'o lo plnco of cinnincui'omctit.
HENIIY V. EDMONDS.
July 9i 1880. dJlyOml VOLUME VII.- NO. 25.
JEM 8MITHrS~PIQ7~^~
mmlor   Sawyer   Tolls a Story wllli  n
Tangible Mural to It.
I len nloi* Philotus Sawyer Is back in Wash-
Hjton, nud lias bcou moved to tell ono of
i-i stoi'Ios with a moral to it to tlio coito-
wnrlcnt of tho New York Tribune A
■nil-known politician was ostensibly back's a. l'riond for an offlco which it was bc-
Bveti ho wanted for himself. Ho wns also
fi\ I liufj the friend to do certain indiscreet
-iiu*.' which would surely causo him to
[pa i he coveted appointment.
"Ifitvasiip in Wisconsin," said Senator
nwyor, "when neighbors on tho farms
4od to lond ono another a helping hand.
j.ep.1 was ono follow named Jem Smith,
io wah pretty lazy—too lazy to provido
i Idei* for his own stock.   Ho had ono pig
it was a beauty. Lord only knows how
i got It, but it was his. Ho used to borrow
od from tho neighbors by promising that
'ion butchorlnt*'time camo ho would share
-.0 uuimal with thom. When butchering
mo did come lio found that ho had prom-
i il moro pork than a dozen animals would
■•oyido, Ho wont tq a friend who was a
Srii of lawyer and asked hiin whut to do.
low this man had wanted Jem Smith's pig
if a long timo. 'You canflxltoasyonough-
fl enld, 'just go ahead with your butchering
ud let all your neighbors soo you titit.
iien you'll want to hang tho carcass ont
.- i- night. In tho morning you can tell tho
■ iplq who wont a share In it that somo-
r-'V: stole tho pig during tho niglit They
t ly had a share in that particular pig, null
it is stolon thoy can't hold you for their
pro,'
, "Jem thought thli was mighty shrewd
ivleo, Ho did just ns ho was told, invited
Jo neighbors Iu to tho butchering and loft
io ooroasB hanging out ovor night, Tho
exfc day lio wentto his adviser's houso with
n awful long faco.
" 'It's gone,' ho said; 'somebody took tho
Iff lust niglit, Didn't ovon leavo mo a
Upol-
' ■ 'That's pretty woll done,' said his friend;
'M you toll that story to tho neighbors os
.I'uight as you havo to me!1
." -But It's gone-' roarodSmith, 'I tellyou
nnobody did Bteal it last night 1*
" 'Keopitup that way,'replied the friend,
L'ul they'll novor Buspect you.'
l"lt didn't do any good for poor Smith to
••plain that ho was In dead earnest. The
Inn who had advised him to leavo tho car-
he out ovor night kept insisting that ho
'h; acting first rate, ond tho neighbors
jmild nover catch on. But as ho loft tho
ju88 ho caught the odor of sparcribs. Ho
Eme buck for a parting word.   'By tho
i'.nkety-blank,' ho said to his fricnd,''I
Jiioveyoti'vo got my pork, now\* But ho
■iiUln't prove it. I suspect," said Beua-
ir Bawyor, in concluding tho Btory, "tliat
|good many peoplo who oro advising other
rople to do certain tilings nro looking out
t those othor peoplo's pork."
i     A MAGICIAN'S STORY.
yltctf Stutcs Mliilntor Mornn Proves
' HliiisoH' ii Vorltuhlo Jcninli.
Cellar- the mngiolan* has pretty thor-
ijjhly covered tho globo iu his travels,
j,-: Inm como out safe and sound, says a
ri| .-in tho New York Mail, Ho bays ho
r    mot with but ono accident in all his
1 '-rings, but that ono experience was
. -".-cnougli-ho thinks, to mnko up for
i  '  -Ir of many others.  Ho tells the story
}'lt ivno something like ten or twelve
mvs ago that I loft Lisbon, Portugal, one
io summer morning oh a steamer bound'
ji* Southampton. The steamer was one of
[osUuichost on tho lino, tho weather was
frtioularlyirieaBant-and every body wns
furlngon a speedy and onjoyahlo run.
. owo bad boon out of Lisbon many
■ - ' found tliat Benjamin Moran, tlio
. :. I Slates Minister to Portugal-was n
isacngor ou the stoamor. Mr. Moran in-
, ducod   himsolf   to   mo,   and   ou tho
■ ■ gill of our both being Americans nnd
tho company of it lot of Portuguese and
trcigitora wc speedily struck up nu nc-
'. iMiice. After chatting on various
F-.i- i:ta and exchanging experiences- wo
il io incidentally talking about tho pros-
fctivo voyago. I said something about
io ,.:-.-.:.-.. trip I expected, but Mornn
ughluRly ohecked mo with tho
ftrdo: 'Mr. Kolliii*, wo aro doomed to
faotVlthon accident.' Though ho said it
ilh a smllo, tlioro was o trace of serious-
ks in his manner, and 1 asked him what
\, meant. Ho replied that ho hod never
tide a singlo trip, by rail or water, that ho
[ild remember without meeting with some
tcxpectcd delay or accident. Somo of tho
iiclihiory in tho locomotivo had broken
nvn- or tlio train had been derailed, or
|inchodyhnd been run over, or tho ship's
[rift had broken, or tho vosscl had heen
rooked. 1 nm ti veritable Jonah,' lie
tdod, with a laugh,'and just na sure as
h and I aro talking hereon this deck, this
dp will meet wltli un accident, nnd my roc*
jU will stand unbroken.' I tried to laugh
iny this superstition, but ho wouldu''
(ve it, nnd persisted in his alai'miii'.-
ophosy. You may not believo what I toll
.u, but, on my honor, tlio sky clouded up
[thin three hours aftor my conversation
ilh Mr. Moran, n fog spread over tho wa-
rond early in tho ovonlng tho steamer
a her noso on a ledge of rocks and hung
|st. Sho hung thoro with her bow in tho
p.-just long enough for tho passengers to
limber down on to tho reef, and thon with
.lurch backwards sho ran off tho rocks
id sank In moro than ono hundred fathoms
[ water Wo had n tough timo of it that
s-lit on tho rocks, but tho noxt morning
2 weather cleared nud wo woro picked up
f n passing steamer.   Nobody was in-
'rod, but over sinco that trip I havo nl-.
ays had a dislike for traveling    -■.    I.
muh." | -   ' •'•
Tho Coiiunrtiiii or Countries.
preal. Britain is lho cormorantof coun*
for,. The spleudid trope used by Wobstor
) describe tlio extent of its dominion in
■ory quarter of tho globo is truer to-day
ton iit.tho time of its utterance half acout-
' y ago. Tho sun nover sets upon lho near-
t uniform or tho tax-gatherer for the Brit*
h crown. Out of the littlo island, onoe a
ilinuoBtof thoRomnu Empire, has spread
colonizing nnd conquering peoplo whoso
Unitiiqu has spread to worlds unknown
, Uuxttudei* and Otasar. No contiuoutis
,. i: tn Its sway. From tho littlo island
" ligoland, less than n milo tn extent,
■Id under tho vory frown of Biomnrck,
id tho slightly larger fastness of Gib-
iltar, whicli Is grasped firmly in tho very
;ooof Spain, Great Britain, having pos*
lO'ilons lu ovory continent and In every
"onpof Islands, asconds to complete anil
tfleso dominion over tho peoples of Jhdia,
ie were schedule Would 1111 tl column. Tlio
■tal area is nearly 10,000,001) miles; tholo-
,1 population only less than 375,000,000.
Victoria's First Hoop-.Sl.lii.
Tlie following nnecdoto Is told to lUua-
Rto tho rcadlnoss with which Parisian
slilonB aro adopted, oven by tlio most
ji'ly patriotic of Princessos. At tlio
i.L-hof tho arrival of Queen Victoria in
iris in 1850, on a visit to tho Emperor and
npross, tho latter hnd just brought, hooped
ii'l-i Into vogue. The Quoou forthwith
nt hor a messenger to purchase ono for
tr, and on her next approach before her
ipoi-Iul liost and hostess hor sklrt3\vero
[Hllitled into tho now and fashionable
nplltude. But her Majosty hnd not com*
attended the' hocossary mothodsof tying
e tapes that hold tho hoop sin place, and
u- crinoline presented tin extraordinary
id iihnpoloss aspect. It was tho Emperor
inself who, with his own Imperial hands,
t the rebellious petticoats to rights, and
ive hts royal guest a lesson us tothe
oper method of donning "tho new-fCBU-
ncd adjunct of feminine1 costume
IIorberL'ri l umiiui* Hymn.
When Bishop Herbert's famouB mlssion-
*y hymn, ''Prom Groonlnnd's loy Mount-
ns," whicli ho wroto In 1834, first reached
its oountry, a lndy In Charleston was much
jprosRod with tlio beauty of It, and par*
DUlftrly uuxious tu lind a tune suited to it.
lie rmisiickod her inusio In vain, and
iiuicod toromomborthatin a bank down
io street was a young clork who bad con*
■lorublo reputation ns a musical gonius,
iio sent her son to tho clork with tho ro-
icst Hint ho writo n tuno to fit It. Iu just
tlf mi hour tho boy camo bnck with tho
••inn, and tho melody Urns dashed off in hot
into in to-dny sung all over tho world, mid
Inseparably connected with tho hymn,
ho youug clork was Lowell Mason.
lUILY'-BBITISH COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.. .JVhY .30,.: 1-888..,.
It Made
Mother Strong
"My mother lias beci
USlng I'AI.VK'.'! CBI-EM
CoiirouNU for ncrvou.'
prostration, nccompan
led by melancholia,
etc., arid it has dont
her a world of good
It 13 tlio only medicine that strength
eii3 tlio nerves.'
0. If. Jjauits,
Orbisoula,
Pa.
"iamlnmytMtliyonr. nave been afflicted li
several ways-could not sleep, had nn appetite
no courage, low spirits. I commonci ■! using
Palnit'.sL'iileryConipo'ind, nnd felt lvll'.r fruit
tlio third day utter using It. I now have a good
appotlto and can sleep well. .My spiritsi and
courago are iiIuk.hi ill-t- tlio::.; ot n j-oung mnn.'
H. V, UiHKAii), I-. 1),, Gonzales, In.
Btrongtliens nnfl builds up tho old, and euro*
tlielr Infirmities. lilieiitniiiLstn, Indigestion ami
norvouBiiess yield tiuiokly io tho curativepowci
of Palne's Celery compound.
A Porfoct Tinlc and Itivieorntor, It
CIVES NEW LIFE.
"I nm now 09 years old nr.d hnvo triad several
remeilii'M, but none Imd nny elTect until I used
Nine's celery Compound. I feel entirely dlf
(uretit for the short time 1 have used it. I cue
wnik nearly atrnlght, sleep sound and well, and
tcel ns though there wus new llio and cacrgj
-— whole system."
[. HYLioa, Olevoland, Tone.
Palne's Celery compound Is of uncqualcd*
valuo io women, it strengthens tlio nerves,
regulates tlio kidneys, nnd has wonderful powci
tn curing the painful diseases with which women so ottcn silently suffer.
Ji por bottle, six for £5, At Druggists.
Wells, Hichaudso** & Co        Moktiieal.
fltdHSfilVn nVFQ T>'"cl0 Name, and Color.
WAIHUIW U/t:!> Eothtng ean Equal Then,
VfllM R4RY wil1 bc fosy, plump ami mem
lUUIt VRBT   ifijUmJ.AC'TATEjJEOOD,
^sro^rzo^i-
DURING MY AB3BNCT* KI'OM THK
city Mr. Newton A. Whilo will have
i'liai-;;c of my bm-iiii-s:;, nml lo;:. -nilliorlty
looollict and (Ifsclinrjj-o all aeeotints l'i
eoiineeliou Iherowllli.ctii.
ft. It. WEBB.
How Wefltmlnster, June 0,1880.    djo0m2
tmnnuniB
[Removed f-om Smuh to VictcsiaI
©END FOR CATALOGUE
,@ (illustrated) of Plains, V lower anil Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
Omlisimll VIOTOEIA', B. C.
THE WISTMINSTF.U
PoyltnrTarcfs
m       .JOHN S. COX, Prop.
[}SR-J'*^"'1'i7 -'"'j'*•■ I'vuiiniun,
t-^t^       t'lU'ti-ldgc Cochlihia,
,{_   ;%y$?.- Plymoulli Kocks,
GUB&mt   WUItofneoBl'ItBimnlsli
Will it- Crc.-iifi, Black   nnd Goldoii
I'olnnils,
I] on it :m ki      Btlvti-pciiclUtil    Ham-
biir KB.
Ulnvk, Kuil nnd Pitt OnincH.
TniiliiKsi' (iavso.      lioiifu Duvli-it
VIOTOEIA
ESTAlll.ISIIEII 1858.
M. R. SMITH & 00.,
Manufacturers of AM Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contrnntors l-y Aprointment   to I[ci
Miijcsty-H Itoynl Navy, U
nIon Government,
theUomi*
lllllll   . T'.i i . . ■ nil I. i ,   l\::.
Medul nnd 1)1 plo»i:i inv-ink'tlnt tlio Col*
onluliiml liiiiiiin I'xinlilUoii, London, 1888.
FACT'iny--*Nflii«iira Kl., Janu'sljiiy,
Ot'MCKfti-*57roi-i. nl,, Vlcli.rln, II. 0.
ilimSniil
Tliis Fine TewuMfytfto [\xo "--■■■ -Wnter
W. BREDEMEYER, U?>, PH.
[hale mil uui'of John MeVJoker)
MININURNG1NKKR, U.H, A PIIOVIN-
CrALftUUVRY0«,4AMSAYJin(
Ti'Mt'!,-*   ili.orii,   Vam-i.uvki:,
M.'.!
r;r:t.<
eaj-Relliihln reports, undergrouiul stir-
vevs uml inn|ii* or mill'?-- excoutfil nt. low
rnfc**,  As-niyi'mndoiin ullhluilMuf miu*
ei-fl!r',i-«l'liii«'l sllv.'.- liais    Tlili-ly yi-nra*
and'Untied ' l-iKon' of   iim-Vleit  Hpunks
ton |..'-■-.-. -i.--.   A-i.-s.iys fii-ni u ulstaiioe
prom}.!ij  .il.'iidMi le.    A.idri'ns V-u:
yer, IJ. t ■■■
il,lol7lc
City Debentures.
miONW-UtH WILIi HI-: IiKCKIVI'li IIP
j     |u (li'.ni. iliiiidnv.Sepl. Kith, for He*
i.r't-nn-. -■-" Hi" ("ilvcf New Woi-linlnster,
IJ.C, l-'-m-d iii.d(;rniit]ioi'it.voltlH;*,Sh'f'ot
ami i;:.'l- hni'1'ov'.-i.i-..'iit ln'in'iilure Py-
I.ti    "' "      '    "" ' ■-
■ l<
minllntC to •fBS.OCt-. Dclicn-
'■■0''M.) i-ai'h,|ia.vitl)!o inU)
i Jono, 1680, mm bear 5 per
ii lyuljli) nl New \\'c-.tiii'ii-
-    dny July.
■iiVfl-J
lumuln v.-lll In- laHi-n.iiinl iimoiiiit of
ni-i-mii:ni liinl will h" p.iltl.niid toljoen-
'lr,!,'-.] '■TondiT foi-IVIienl.iin-K." ami mt-
dressodtolho uuilei-Hlgned. Thn highest
or nuv li ndcr not nceeKRitrlly ucci-iilcil.
ll. KURSON,
NewWestminster, P.C.,        OIlyQIork.
July 17lli, IBHt). dwjly!8w3
In the Supreme Court of British
Columbia.
BotwconAVILUAM TIKT.TEN, Plaintiff
Ami       .1 liMKS IIACLIXO, Dofeiulant
NOTIOR !-• HKttiaiY CMVKN THAT
un Order Itoilrlhi* date tii»imii<in
of .Tuly InuUiiit, lni-5 i.i-cn griinicd in Hi
iiIkivh notion, u-sirnliiiti([liii-i*i-'feiiiliui
lilHsorvanl'saml ueentM, until the trlultif
il.t-stiid iidloii from, among other thing'',
lining tiic wnnl "Maliiluiiii" 1" or upon
AUMSTUONU .'• KCIvKTKIN,
I'InlDlltl'jt.jDilotlovs.
Dated 18th July. If«u. dJlylSinl
ASAI-K BY IMJItLIC AUCTION OPTHB
Uenlumi Porsonnl ISstiitoof the late
l)n. Loktiih Hi MOInneh will he held nt
luc (JUf.oNI \h 110TICI., New Wentmln-
titt-r, 11.0.,ou
Saturday, August 31,1889,
At 7.80 o'clock p. m„ by A, AI, Nelson,
Auctioneer, when tin- following valunlilo
properly will ho koIi! wllhont reserve to
Iho highest bidder.
TiaiaiB-Ton per oont. down and thore-
malnd r.in ten days from dnteof sale.
CITY )[»KO!»EKTy.
I,OT If), UfsOOK XYIII-0I1XI83 feet, to*
trciher with mvkr.i.LN'i; liousio nnd
i!iit-ln:ii**(-s. helm,' tlio residence of iho
liiteDr. I,. R. MflmiCH.
r.nTK, RLOCK (l*-M;:rfh:mls' Hqmtie-
;i.lsl)-.; fiiiiiiiliiiloii piled nnd capped,
ready for building,
MSXB5CT PROPERTY.
N,E. fractional U See. % Township n--
pDlllalnliiR 10-1 ncrop. This valuable
piece of Innii in hounded hy Hoimdnry
liny on tho ofist, nml bv n nai-'-ilcd road
on Hie norlh; Is/cni'cilontwoslileii.nnd
for ni'rleulliintl pui'iiohcc. ennuot ncmir-
pnssed hy any lnnd In tho province.
13, y, of 13, M of See. R, Townships, being XL
mill) in width byl iiiltoln len'-th; eon-
talnlng too nexe*, nnd hnvlm* nbout 10
acres nnder fence, u dweliiiiK houso
18x20 fCBt, ii barn :»s."i'l feet, amtsht'ils
adjoililllif. .Much of Um above hind I-i
open unit very en:;Hy I'lcnrcd nml excellent for Bgi'Ieultural purposes.
W.
'.ot E. y.ot Sec.:!, TowiiKhlpS, l-oiiii*
-, milo lu wltllh byl inllo in longtli!
eoulnlnliij- liiOtu-res limbered html; Mill
flrs>oltt9B quality.
N. 13, J.{ SBO.B8tf, Gronpl, containing JO
nerei'timbered liunl lyini;!1^ miles from
V. P. If. uml;: miles Iioni Port Moody.
POR'T MOODY TOWN PROPERTY.
F™olliinalLols2«3,     Blink a
Full "    IH, 18*11, "    '.'.
Fniollollttl   "   il. "    ,'l;    luill
roniili'cl hy C. IV II. [mil selllcd fori.
Fun cot 7, iilaok it.
" "   13,     "      5.
Sub-illvlsloiis of ],it *o.', Qrmip 1 (i.'luvlc
1'i'opoi'ly).
r.ois:;■'',-is. il*ii, Block*.
"    lis A- in. Illocli m iT.iuhvil l.y O. I'.ll.
[nol soltli'il for).
Buli-dlvlslous of i,„t 2111, Groliii I illoiivi-ii
Property.)
t,ol9l5AU', I:lock5I.
PERSONAL PROPERTY.
1 Horso. Harness, Bunny, Oultor, SiuUllo
A llri.ll,', .l.-w.'lry, sliohiluii, Hill,-,- Fur-
uilure, SuiL'fuu's I'li.iir, [nslniim-Kls,
DrllBSj -loiireln,'.., M,,li-iil l!ooli«,.Sc.
"Si
n 8YBH.E8,  -  AUCTIONEER.
-WITH THE	
Vi Mites Above WfHlmtaBlcr*
Has just been .Surveyed, and tlto Lota
arc for snle by
WOODS, TURNER & C|MBLE
ALBERT J. HILLS COMPANY
Of Nbw Wasnusstan, B, 0.
Tbo ndvnnbtfloo and prospects tf lliia
Plot for a futuro thriving Town are
many.
The Land iti tlto vicinity is good,
There aro iiiextiaostiblo IROM 01>K
DElPOSITS, of n superior quality, immediately adjacent', n. woll ns vast strata, of
tho flnosb BUfLDIKO SAND nnd POT-
♦TIWY OLAY.
On the Townnitc are a number of valu-
aUoAIINJOHAL SPRINGS.
Commilriioation by land and water is
unequalled, by reaaon of ibe location of
tbo Townsito on tbo I'mser Itiver aud
the Southern Railway, while tbo natural
elevation and Iny of tlio laud can not be
excelled us a situation for a  fino town.
Tho ground is open and clear of heavy
timber,
The site lino been selected ns onu of
the most important stations en the
Southern Rnllway, and with tbe completion of the road, in the near I'ulure,
nuiBt, with all its otber advatttflgofl'
spring into prominence at onco.
Thoso who apply early will hnvo tlto
pick oi tho Lotn.
A clear litln given with every pur*
cltnso.
PfirtifiB wishing T ols can apply nn well,
Otl the premirca, to
HENRA KELLS,
ilinydto rBorniiillin.
mmt lids
TOWNSITE OF HASTINGS
Nov/ Westminster District.
Thursday, Aug.  85,  !88tt,
AT llO'CfjOOK A. .M.
T HAVKllF.I'N'IXSTnri'TKIl IIV THE
i lion. (Jiiief I'ommlHKioner ot IVimls
nnd WorltM, on behalf of lho 1'rovlm-lu!
QOVOl'llinoilt, (0 soil by Auction,
AT VANCOUVER,
Townsite of Hastings!
Lots L'l ninl22, and tho fractional parts of
I.oIh 10, 11, r.MH, 11. These Lots will bo
sold subject, to the viilnntlon of .the lm-
prnvenimils thereon.
KO Sulmvl)hn I&Iocics of land
Itnm'im* from 2}.', to 4 ncres ench, snr*
rouiiillmr ltnsih,^ I'arlt. 'i'lie-.-n lllocl;-.
are BiUinie on Hm Ktist, Westnnd .'-'.iiiiih
sides of thin tine pai-lr, which eontnli.s km
llOldB, Thin properly In mi n nlco olcvii*
Mon ubove llmr-inl  Inlet, uml overlooks
tills inni'iillii I hnilioi'. mul may lie-nii-
Hldercl Ihcllnesl IJeshleniiul Properly of
lho Cily of Vancouver.
00 KWM'HM OF I.ANO
In the same Towualllp, extending BOllth*
v,mi-iI from the nlmve lenits, nml i-nnglnn
fi'iim io Id ■:"« Hci-MM c:*.'-li, tiiklny luthofiiti
width of tho Townsite.
Now WcstminBtcv ftMvlct.
Ehthtoeil quftrlor-sectlons in hots B85, (Ai,
lm. m, 111", Iffl, as per mini of tin* his*
frial. TllGBO lots ine well mlaptcil for
iicrleiitliinil.diilrvororcliiird purposes,
nml on iii-eiiuiil of (heir close pi'iixlmUy
t-i tiic murkotsof \'inicouveriin i New
Wc.ilmlnsler are deslralilc promrlles
for fnmllies si.i ictu; hnme.-i or for Investments.
Mnpa of the various properties will bo
issuoil. 'I'einis nl. Hate: (ine-tlilnl rush,
oue*llili'd « months, balance hi mouths,
With iillorOBtilt rate o( u percent, per un*
inim,
GEO. BYRNES,
OJtylOtd Auctioneer.
W. C. LOYE,
U'-iiHlrlii-.-. Sivully  ilone.   Cork Sole
W(»-kaS|>ei;taIfy.
ua-Orderi prompily ntteuded to.
<:fiu-l(ii*iii St., fli rear bf Colonial Motel, next Ui Rand Broa,' oilice. dnolto
• ?J_h.&3E_tX<yWJ^X3.X*'3Ei
DRESSMAKING
At HISS -IKKNINGS'-
(LATE OF EKQ1.AK1))
Coruor of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
•**3-M!itlsfncllon guaranteed,     dwfe7t0
Dress-Making!
Kiis;-es McDOUGALI
COI.U.MUIA   siilBBT,
New Westminster, 53. C.
sw Hutlsfaotion giiaritiitooil.      ilnplfllo
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH IRILK
Delivered  I 'ally to Cuslomrrs in nil pnita
of tho City.
I-iotelHiiml HcatiutrantH siipplloil ut. Speoial llftlea by tbo yenr,
FKE'Sm EC-08
Oollvoroil at Mnrkel Biites.
Order* loft  III M.   BTKOl.AlIl'H will 1
proin-iiiy utlciiiloit to.
wi'Aviin *» wiioowAiui,
djolDyl Proprleibr-t,
THIS THOROUGH-BRED SIOKE-POGIfd
JERSEY BULL,
"Covernoi- Moody"
Will stand for servico this season ut Pelham Dairy. Now Wefltmlnster- whero the
bountiful t*ol of thl.4 superb animal can be
fleet) and inspected.
A fow calves for snlo.  Terms reasonable.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
RAi.ni Booth, Proprietor.
Milliliter. rtmySKto
Corbett & Kennedy,
MASOFAOTDltBita   OP
TIN, COPPER&8KEET-iaON
*W JL OS 3JJ,
tV*SlMTi:»'rt IlLOUt (UP-STAIHS),
Fnosir Sitiekt,       Nkw Wkstminstu*.
HAVING .TUST QFKNED IN THE
nbove line, WO respeclfully sollclta
Bhiiro of the Irndn, unit Iritftl by careful
ul tcnl lon to orilers and ino'lcnite clmrces
to merit the same. Experienced workmen; fliitlsfnctlon guaranteed.
Ksllmate.-i furnished fin-Galvanized Iron
Cornice, Roofinc, I'luniblni;, Qos-flttlng,
Hteum and Hot Water Heating, Ac
HflrEntrance to premises on Mary St.,
in rear of Hank of B, C. dwmliOU)
D? YOU WANT TO ENJOY A (iOOD
CIGAll, ASK FOIt TUB
BRSTISH LION
HENRY LEE,
„„ *-,-*, MAINLAND.
jSTTbey aro not only mndo of tho
Choicest TolHICCO bnt they aro of
Home Miiiiiil'aHlire, and nbonld bo
patronised by all good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
U.OMII'OOK DI71LU1NO,
CQUIMDIA STBEET,        HEW WESTMINSTER.
(IwlTiioly
Fail
CHOICE
And paovxsiom
—AI*0—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
■>H
AND FUBHESHINOS.
AT THE  LOWEST  PRICES,
LUNDTIOHM'S BLOOK,
I'nliimliln Slrri'l.       New W.slmlnslcr.
nolilwly
Britisli Oolnmliia's Exhibit
THE   COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO
propnre un Exhibit from Now Westminstor for tho
Toronto Indus trial Exhibition
is iinxi'iiHln s-een:-.. Mieh il coiiceltOll (lfl
will do jn-t lei! iii tha 1 (-sources of i lie city.
Any penon in tlto city orolsowlieie who
linSiorexpeils lo hnve beforn llio date of
the Exhibition nl To!'iiulo,siichurllclonnH
lire ilei'im-tl worthy of helnn exhibited,
will confer n favor liy eniiimiiiilcutln'f, ns
noon as possiblo, with some member of
Iheeommlltee. All mllelcs taken for exhibition will bo packed nnd Kent, free of
•■linme to tlio exhibitor. The local coin-
nillleo ia emnposetlof the following neu-
tlemoni—
Fish ANIi Oamk-J. A. r.iildbiw, Ksq,,
AU's. Bvv'on,B8q,,ntid P. 0. Birrell, Esq.
AdllirUi.TOnAT,   AKD   HOHTICin.TUllAI,
PitoiiooTt'-TlioS. Cunnluglinm, Esq,) W.
Wolfenden, Esq,
MlNi;ltAi,s AMD MANUi'ArruitKS-J. 0.
Brown. Esq., II. V, Edmonds, Esq.
PI1011DOTHOtt TIIK FOItKST—H. Elliott,
Esq., J. B. Kennedy, Esq,, I). MeNalr,Esq.
JOHN HENDRY, Chairman,
D. ROBSON, Secrotnry. dwjlyflml
Irtli Britisli k Mercantile
FIRE
j
\WWtH
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
Ollllltnl,    •   $15,000,(100.00
SillisorlliU'lCinilllkM, iis ul Itlsl D.-c.,188S,
SI-J.MMi.lHll.   Flro l''umi nml ltpsnrvi', Sll,-
,12,730. Nci Promluing, imm, 55,11111,11^0.
Iliplllll,
$0,733,000.00
HATES   AS    LOW   AS   ANY   OTHER
COMPANIES l-niNO   nllSINESS
IN 11U1T1HIII.'0I.UM11IA.
J. Or. T-^Q-CJES
Agont for Now Wostminstor City
nnd Distriot. <t{o22ta
AUCTION.
ON THURSDAY NEXT (AUG. 1), at 8
p. in., I will sell by Public Auction,
on Front (St., tlie Hoiiho lately occupied
by Albert I.Hi'bel, llie Oven unit a lot of
Uriah on lho prci: h-ie--.   Also, 1 Horse
■perms cash,
A. M. NEI-HON,
flJ.yWtd Aiictioiieer
mHE HATE OF RE-OPENING THE
1 Publio Schools next term hus been
changed from August51 Ii, 1880-to August
I2th, 1B80. H. 1). POPE,
Superintendent of Education.
Education Offlce-July 17111,1880. Jly23***a
5MY~~BREWERY1
ikle 2   _&_.!& 2
The Very Host iu llm Oily is Hrewed by
JOHN W.  A1ISB2EJSWSKI
Al llio Cily Onvrary, Asms Slroel,
Oivor.. left ul Dlckliison's Buiclier Shop
shull li....i in'omjil nlleiitJon. Olvoiisii
trlul anil Juugu'or ••oursi-lves.
Kew Wesl,, July 1.1,18.19. iljlyldlo
UMDENIABI.F. FACT THAT
Temple of Music!
Is llio Plnoo lo Buy I'lrsl-Clnss
PIANOS ** OBGINS
Al Hidi I'rlci's ami Tonus its vill Sull
Any Heusouublo Buynr.
For prices mul forms, apply lo CARTER'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC,
Vtiiicouvcr, It. C.
230 Hustings SI. Wesl. dnplOlo
MUCH MILLS!
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANOFAt'TUllRIl!*  Olf
OATMEAL
By the Lntest Improved Process.
^•ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILLS nt KorthSiuiuicti.
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE: Vlcliirla.
dmliSOihG
ff.LLeon3Jia(lo.
530-33-1 COltBOTA STKKKT,
VANCOUVER. B.€.
Importer'' nnd Denlors in
g\flAGHINERY
OKATJ. UK8CUITIOK9.
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
 dwde20tc	
Canadian Pacific Railway,
PACIFIC DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
QWNEHS AND MASTBRS OF VES*
sols nnd other I'rnfl. iinvijinltinr ltie
rriiserKlvcrurc cntitioned to keep within
the Buoys painted Red ami White, respectively, nt tho Mission Bridgo, ns during lhe conutruotlou of tho Bridgo. navigation between Hie bunks of tho Rlvor
anil theHuoy''Isilnnsjeroii.V'Wlngtoplli'a
being driven thero.
II. ABIIOIT,
Qenornl Superintendent,
Vancouver, n.C.,7lh Mny, !8S0.   *!n:y8U
Plants for Sale!
 AT TIIK	
Douglas Street Uursery.
i*ni:  FRUIT AN
TIM-IKS,   Inclivtlng
hTlilioloadinKviirlBiles of
Appivs, P«iu*fj, PinniSi Cherr!cs,
 Al.'-O	
uv '.'.. til HITS of ovory descrlplion.
bniKiuefs, tv real in* nnd Cronses made
■VwlipSyl P. LATHAM.
W. R. AUSTIN'S
in (FM Intil
FARSV8  PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-vooA, Bark,
die,,     tS-c.i     Ac.
LEAVl'. ORDERS  AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF,
dmyailc      	
J.W. WINGER
Dl'ALEI' IK
Hard and boi
ni'A i. tit ik
^"tWood
braying and Teaming
Si
iUANLIME
Always in Stock.
EBTABM8HED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Scar!) uppot-ltn Mm Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THK URGES! AND   CHOICEST
Assortment of all doscrlptlotis of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and oupplled to Fam.
•lies, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Farmers, Attention!
THE UNDERSIONED HAS
FOR  SALE
Chilliivacli, B. C.
:u Fiiriii Wiu:ous.
IS Itnrlc Itonrils.
1 Siniii well iiiati'licil 1-yoiir uid
Bliu-Ii Horses.
.'I ShiLtlo lli'lriiig Iloi'scs.
(S Cows anil Onlvcs.
10 Hon (1 Stcci'S.
1 Ti-olf ins Wason,
UST A Pull Lino of CooIiIiilj Stoves,
lloiitiiig Stoves, Tinwftrc, HaiilwaVc,
Gnu'L'rics, Dry Clooils, Notions, Crockery _ Stoneware, Clothing, Hats it Cups,
llruys, Farm Implements, House Furnishings, Furnituro, and tliu Largest Lino
of Hoots nml Shoos aliovo Westminster
il tlio most Completo Stook of Oonoral
Merolinnillso.
C0SIK   AND   KXAMINI!   AND BE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS,
JylOdftwSm
Ordora lert at tlto O. P. N. Wliarf will ho
promptly delivered. dmliMo
WU. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
FisiiiBie Dealer!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
ssr Higheat Price paid for Pure and
Deer liidcs.
Correspondence invited.  BLfi.Telephone
DOUGLAS STREKT
BAKERY
Foot oi-* Douglas-Sthebi1, Near
CotATMlUA  STItERT.
J. I i:iUa SON, PROPRIETOR
FRESH   BREAD,   CAKKS,  PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc.
Hotel nnd tlesliinrnnt trade iiollclted.
All orders promptly attended to nnd
delivered lo uny pnrt oftho city.   dtnh28y
3 3-i
Con. Columbia ahd Choh Sia,
New "Westminster, Bnt. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or Granite of JJesl Quality.
CORNER     POSTS     AND    CURBING
N. Il.-Jiuit. reeelvcil-tlio flucst assort-
meiit of Srolr.li (.miliii- llunuiuraffi ever
sunn n Britisli Columbia, wlileh will be
S0lt\ ut prices putting competition out of
I lie question.
dwmhZlyl ALEX. HAMILTON'PROP.
TIME    CARD.
C E*.   ST.  CO.
Tlio Kino PlrntrCIass
Str. William Irving
Will Loavo the C. P. N.Co.'s Whnrt,
Sl-VBIIi*-r
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. IL,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AND WAV POUTS.
Returning Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When siiiilcinit  Inducement oilers Pbo
wl l -    --' lo hopb nndbnsunlt
.' .       her whnrf
Conn - IththoC.r.'N'.Co.'sStcamer
for Victoria.
JOHN, IRVING, Manngor.
T. h, BRldGS. Auent,
Now Westminster. dnp8lc
Time Table!
J* j-gfc THE STEAMER
:-^BT DUNSMUIR
T KATES \VESTMINSTER every Mon-
(j dii> in orn Ins nt 7 o'clock for Nannl*
mo, vln Vancouver, returning Tuesday,
vln Vanoonvor.
Loaves WeetmiuHier every Wednesday
nl 7a. in. for Nnnaimo direct, connecting
with Islnnd railway nnd Comox stoamor.
Leaves Niimiimo for Vancouver on
Thuraditys unit Fridays and returns same
dnys,
r-fiaves Nnnaimo on Sat unlny at 7 a.m,
for Westminsler direct.
For frelflilt or passage npply nn board,
or to T. L. Uuigos, C. P. N. whnrf.     dto
M.A.McRAE
merchant I alior
BEAUTiFi'L Range of
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Check
fou spring and summer.
Opp. Colonial Hotel
Columbia St.,   •   New Westminster.
dwmhffflto
VICTORIA
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OI'-PER FOR SALEl
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
Pi
Rice Meal,
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST ROOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses & Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
\W REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwto SI CelnmTola Street.
FOR POULTRY, Ae.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
__mj_xiBS. xxr
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries. Boots & Shoes, Hats & Cups,
Crockery, Glassware, &e*
MUST'S    -&;    BOYS'     S17XT8.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME and  GENERAL STORES.
N. &—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission.  M-Orders
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. dwjefttc
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
'-OHst-n^-iKw-u-^pl-dto-UMr-Dttut I OM-attoemea (Wfc, 0-t**U-»tl-!i, -
taormtem..''     alA-tnt,*.!),        I *"_%?'' t*-"*1**** •*■" I**-*"**" ■'■'
WS-,<Wcrt*»,B-i>QUr*,*l,T.   |*fl£Ssigiim--»dli)Mka.
TBI Omuta Oomm-it, 77 Murray StrM*, H. Y.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
(LZUIT-mi)
THOMAR ALLSOP, 1
HENRY B. MASON, I DMECTOlls
CUYLER A. HOLLAND, J
HEAD OI'FICEI
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Slreet,
LONDON, ENQ.
The Business ol ALLSOP A MASON lins
been merged In the above Company and
will bc carried on by the Company from
this date as a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low
Rates. Town Lots and Farming Lands
for Bale on easy terms.
Victoria, B. C, May 16th, 1887.  dwjlys
HaMand Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TORN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIBS
At Special Low Bates.
Draying ul il Ziiii tf tag
Done at Shortest Notice.
Dry Corawoed delivered to any part of
the City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention,
■WHtnbles nearly opposite C, P. R. Depot, Columbia SU, KewWestmlnster.
djallto      QILLEY BROS. Props.
Feed, Livery i Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
PBOPEIBTOB.
/-NOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
*UT for Hire. Hacks cnll at all Steamers
and Trains. Special attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may be left at the Offlce of Mathers A Mllllgan-Commission Merchants,
Front Street, sew West, 	
MERCHANT TAILORS,
FOIt CATTLE KEKD.
'Unh26m0
WISH TO INFORM THE PEOPLE of
New Westminster Dint they have
re-opened tho Blorn Intely occupied by
Messrs. Womln, Turner A Gamble, and
are now prepared to execute all orders for
TAIXjO-RIITG-
A line line of Cloths Jost receive-*,,
consisting ot all the Latest Designs fk-om Europe nn Markets
MR. J. A. MoDOUGALL will attend to
the cutting, and Is a practical incchanlo
of twelve years'experience lu tho United
mates; also two years ns foreman for
Messrs. Gregg A Son. of Victoria,
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Oou'miia Street, Oppoiite Bank of Montreal
new westminster.
dJe!3mS
■BCA.-R-BISO-N* SLPXtZZtTOS
^.exated "prater
(Direct from the Springs.)
ENDORSED BY HIGH MEDICAL AU*
THORITIES.
The abovo will be delivered In New
Westminster twice n week. Leave orders
With F. C. MCCARTNEY,
Commission Agent,
Douglas St., New Westminster.   ujlvSte
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWART^CASII, PROPRIETORS
J. J. WILSON, - -UNAOE*.
Sates, $1.00 and $1.50 per Day,
ACCOBWNO TO BOOH.
irecm urn er the week m month.
•w Parties supplied with all kinds of
ICE-CREAM. dmylme
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE   BARGAINS
—-is—
Suits tt Pants
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
Wo are selling the beet of
English, Scotch & French Goods
At prices away down Cheaper than
Ever.
Call and examine and we are satisfied
that you will bay beforo you leave the
store. All work guaranteed.
Also—Agents for a new Invention for
Dress-cutting lhat can be used by a man
or woman and give a perfect fit.
dmhlyl is Coianbla Stmt.
To Sao Francisco, Cal.
p »-•»■>
BY WAY OP THB
i
•crja-jo.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QUICKER IN TIME THAN ANT OTHER
ROUTE BETWEEN
New Westminaler_&_Saii hsm
OMNPSOEHIOaOUTt Of THt PACIFIC COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation ol f-eoond-01.ua Pan
aengers, QUaolied to Express Tralna,
Fare from Portland to Sacramento and
Ban Francisco-Unlimited, tin; First-
class (Limited), 130; Beoond-olau (Ll-
nilted),,!*.
THRIIUQh TICKETS to all point. South
and East, via California.
TlOKET OFFIOXSi
citv Omen, No. im cor. Flrat A Aldai
strftatai
Dkpot Omoa, Cor. FA Front Htreeta;
Portland, Oregon.
R.KOEHLER,       B.P.HOaERS,
Manager.       Ali*.O.FriP.A1t r»AU,t SraiisH ooLtmBiANi Sew westminstee, b. c, Jtiy io, lasfi:"
9tulj- Jslntish (itolnmbian
THesdar EvrulDg, July UO. 1889.
ADVERTI3IHQ RATES FOR THE DAILY.
TrniislcnlAdTcrllscmeuts.—First Int-er-
tk-n, loots, per lino solid nonpareil; cacli
BnliKciiiu-iitt'oiificcittlvcliiHertloii.JIct'*. i>'!r
line. Advertisement** not Inserted every
day—'tlrst insertion, 10 cts. per lino; subsc*
ijni'iit. Insertions, 5 cts. per llne,
hliiiHliiia Ailvcrllsements.—Professional nr Business Ciirds—*2 per month. Special rules for general triulo advertising,
uncording to space occupied und duration
of contract.
.lui'tl-iii Sales, when displayed, charged
'25 per cent, less than transient advts, If
-i,l id, (•tmr-'ed at regular transient rates.
HptM-l'il Nirllces among reuding matter,
dl ctf*. per lino eaeh Insertion. Specials
Inserted by the month nt reduoed rates.
Births, Marrlnges and Deaths,|l for each
Insertion; Funeral Notleea in connection
with deaths, 60 cts. eaoh Insertion.
WEEKLV ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient Advertisements.-First I usor-
tlon, 10 eta. por line solid nonpareil* still-
sequent insertions, 7 eta. per line.
Bt mul Ine AilverllNi'ini"il«.-]'ni((?ssion'
al or Business Cards—81.50 per montn.
Special rates for genoral trade advertising.
Special Notices, Births, Marriages uud
Deaths, same rates as Dully.
Cuts iini.'-i ixsiill molal.aud forlursecuts
an extra rnto will bo charged.
IWPorsons 600.11111,' hi iidveitlHomoilW
should be careful to Rlnlo wlii'llicrlliL-y
are to appear ln tlm Dally Edition, or tlie
Weekly, or both. A liburnl reduction Is
mode wlion Inserted in both. Woadvor-
tisement Inserted for less tlian Si.
SUBSCRIBERS
Whodoinji reoelvo their pnper regularly,
from the Carriers or  tlimiij'li   tin.- I'o-l
Olllco, will confer n favor by !-t3|iurtlut* Hie
Bamo to the olllco qf publication nt once.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY,
Tenders for Street AVork. ..J. G. Jao-ucs
Tenders H. T. Thrift
Look out for rain.
A new piano for sale ntWm.RoiiU't
Front stroot. to*
Ogle, Campbell & Freeman havo a
change uf adv. today; road it.
Ogle, Campbell & Freeman havo received a largo slock of Linolem, 0 and
12 feet wide.
Salmon averaged well last night nnd
the run is fully up to what was expected of it.
Tho etr. Irving left for Chilliwuek
this morning with 30 passengers nnd
25 tons of freight.
To-morrow will be tho last day for
receiving tenders for tho improvement
of Queen's avenue.
Walker & Co. have Sapperton Lots
near New - Hospital and Ross-Mac*
laren Mills at old prices. *
A heavy fog enveloped tho river for
a few hours this morning, commencing with tho break of day.
The Y..-M. C. A. gymnastic class
meets to-niglit at the drill shed at 8
sharp.   A large attendance is expected.
Bush fires still prevail south of tho
boundary, and the telegraph system
continues badly disorganized in consequence.
To-morrow is tho last day on which
the rebate of 25 per cent, will be given
on city taxes. Do not fail to take advantage of it.
A sum uf monoy wns found by u
littlo boy on Columbia street to-day.
The owner can have it by proving
property and paying fifty cents for this
advertisement.
Grain cutting is well undor way on
the Norlh Arm, nnd a bounteous harvest will bo reaped. Threshing will
commence on Mondny next on several
of the largest farms.
In consequence of tho work being
dono on Holy Trinity church, tho
daily services will bo (impended thia
week, excepting the service ou Thursday evening which will bo , hold as
..    usual.
The whole of tho furnituro of tho
Union hotel will be sold on Friday
morning by public auction, at 10
o'clock, on the premised. Look out
fur great bargains; no reserve.—T. J.
Tiiait, auctioneer. *td
Tho contractors for tho uew Bushby
Muck havo n large force of men ut
work tearing down the old relics of
Westminster's pioneer days, r.nd by
tho end of the week those old landmarks will havo completely disappeared.
Mrs. Gold asks us to state that all
persons whose wells are running dry
aro welcome to diaw a supply from
her woll, which is full of good nnd
pure wator. The kindness of Mrs.
Gold in making this voluntary offer
will be greatly appreciated.
Tho Tacoma mill on Wednesday lust
cut 465,928 feet of lumber, and broko
the record. Somo time ago 410,000
feet was tho largest tho mill had cut,
but Captain Libby concluded on. Wednesday to try and break it, and ho
did. The regular day's work is 250,-
000 feet.
The contract for grading St. Androw
nnd Ellis strcots has boen awarded to
Mr. L Williams, the prico being §1,-
270. The three other tenders wero
about goOO higher and all within a fow dollars of each othor.
Work on this contract will bo commenced immediately.
Dr. I. M. McLean, health ollicer,
presented his weekly report to tho city
council last night. It is sa'jisfa*itory
in overy way, and statos that the mnny
wild rumors concerning tho health of
the city wero in almost every instance
without foundation. After ull that
has been snid the report is most rc-
jUsuHng.
The bom* in tile pit at Beacon Hill
{jark wnxetli fut, uud tho animal's ool-
ar is got I 'og too small for ir. To take
that collar off is necessary, but just
who will undertake the job it is hard
to say. It will not be a very easy
contract anyhow, for tho bear is very
apt to collar the party who interferes
with it.—Standard.
Monday evening, says tho Calgary
Tribune, Mr. Cnrey arrived from Edmonton with §1,400 worth of gold,
which had been taken out of tlio Saskatchewan. Tins makes n total of $8,*
000 taken out this year. Mr. Carey
B-iys the wheat crop is looking very
well, while oats and potatoes will probably be n half crop.
The lacrosse practico last night was
not so well attended as usual, but a
sufficient number of players wore present to make tm interesting hour's
work. The uniforms were served out
lo tho players, and very pretty they
looked in tho nuw outfit. The Hhirt is
by for tho most handsome in uso in
the province, boing cardinal red with
the monogram of tho club worked in
large white letters.
The Minneapolis Tribune says:
Victoria, British Columbia, is tho
slowest town in North America. Biisi*
ness men ihoro got down lo thoir
offices at 1 p ni., and loavo at 4. Victoria should substitute "A.D." for the
"B.O." after iti name, and try to bo
something less than 1000 years behind
the times."—-Tho Minneapolis innn
who stole this, itom from a Ohiongo
papor is probably tho travelling journalist who was arrested for "till topping" in Viotoria last summer.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
The Surrey UjKc.
Mr. Henry T. Thrift 0. AI. C, nf
Sunny, has an nilveijjisomenb iu tliis
issue I'iilling for tenders for tho con*
BtriK'iiou "f tho Surrey dyke, Hood
gates and all work in connection therewith. Tvndors will be received up to
Atjguat 31st. That the enterprising
people of Surrey have decided to go on
with this important work is a matter
of congratulation to tliu district generally. The people of Surrey ssctn to
be alive to their necessities nnd fully
up to tlie progress df tho ago.
Tlie Street Sprinkling-
The oontiiiuod dry weather, and tlio
increased uso of water in consoquenco,
hns caused the water supply in most
tanks und wells to run low. Among
those whose tanks uio giving unt is
that of Mr, D. McBioom, the contractor for sprinkling Columbia and Front
streets. Mr, MoBroom has satisfad*
tonly tilled tho conditions of his eon*
tract up tu ihis week, but tho water
l'liiiiiui:' 1 iw ho has only been nblo to
do the work in part during tho lust
ttt'o days However ho is nuw making
new urrangoiiionts whereby the sorvico
Will bo brought up to its old standard
within a fow days.
Forrester-.' Tele.
The Furrestors of this cily are milking every preparation to join with
their Victoria brethren in making tho
Foresters fete at the Capitnl city the
grand success that tho celebration deserves. Not only will the members of
tho oider in Westminster attend iu
full numbers, but many of their friends
have;signified their intention of also
going over lo enjoy tho pleasures of
tho day. The excursion leaves this
city at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon to
connect at Vancouver with tho steamer
fur Victoria. Tho faro for tho round
trip has been arranged at'u very low
figure, whieh no doubt will induce
inituy mure to join tho excursion.
The Xorlh Arm Krl-lga.
Work on tho North Ann bridges
commenced 10 days ago, and operations ere now being most actively
prosecuted. A large number of tho
piles for the lirst bridgo havo been
driven, and this portion of tlio wurk,
especially, ia being rapidly accomplished. Much of the material for the
bridges is on tho ground und the workmen are busily employed putting the
sections together. The water in tho
river is nt a vory convenient stage at
present for tho easy prosecution of tliu
work. Over forty mon are engaged on
tho contract, and thero is evory prospect of tho work beiue finished within
tlie next U0 days, which hardly seemed possible a month ngo.
Hurt !1H *■' eel Ings.
A Siwash named Squamish Charley
aud Peter Adair had a littlo dispute
lust niglit that ended in Charley receiving a thrashing. Being of a delicate nature the punishment injured
both the feelings nnd the hide of the
Siwash, who in his indignation had resort tin Hingistrato boforo jj-hom ho
sworo out u previous informntiuu
ugainst one John Adair, As Mr.
Adair answers only to iho iinmo uf
•Toter" ho refused to masquerade bo-
fore tho court under tho titlo of
"John, ■ and, consequently, the case
had tu be postponed until the information is amended. The matter will bo
given a heating in tho police court to*
morrow, nnd the grievances' of tho
Siwash, it" genuine, will bo remedied
to tin; fullest extent.
The Toronto Exhibition.
The dato for receiving exhibits for
tho Industrial Exhibition at Toronto
expires uu August 12th, and intending
exhibitors should bear this iu mind.
This dntj does not apply to perishable
goods, wliich will bc received up to
Auguat '.Slst. As it is a matter of
veiy great importance that tho provincial exhibit should be in every wny
worthy of British Columbia, farmers,
manufacturers, fishermen, minors, and
in fact everyone' who has anything to
send that will bu of interest or valuo
to tho exhibition, should forward the
guods or specimens, addressed B, C.
Exhibit, city hall, [Vancouver, with
the least possiblo delay. Arrangements hnvo boen mado with all transportation companies to curry exhibits
freo of cost, so that there is no expense entailed on tho exhibitor,
Ten Hollers Orilercil.
Tho McLaren-Boss Lumber Co.
huvo unleied from the William Hamilton manufacturing company, Peter-
boro, Olifc., Wlibsb agents in this provinco ure Messrs. F. (J. Strickland &
Co., of this city, 10 steel boilers, 5x14
feet in sV-c, uf 72 hoise powor oach,
and to bo mado from j| inch pinto with
7/16 Inch heads. The company lias al*
su ordureil'n refuse burner, mammoth
jii'slw, aud whicli will put completely
into the shade anything of tho Irnid on
the Pacific coast, il not in thu whole
world. Jt will bo 140 feet high, 20
feet iu diameter and made from steel
pinto. Tlie manufacture of tho boilers
and tho refuse burner will be commenced immediately, and they uve to
be delivered at Westminstor oarly this
fall. Tho purchase is one of the largest ever mnde'in boilers from tho
Hamilton   Manufacturing Compnny.
llie Dcpflrlmrnl ChaitgCH
The report submitted by tho fire
committeo ut tho city council meeting
lust flight was an elaborate affair, und
dealt in a business like manner with
the many pressing needs of the liro
department. Tho clauso recommending the establishment of a lire alarm
telegraph system was laid ovor, although its adoption wus nlost heartily
nnd ably endorsed by both Aid. Roid
nnd Aid. Jaques. The remaining
clauses were adopted, and these in*
elude tho purcuafio of a now firo engine, a new alarm bell, and the fur-
Wishing uf apartments in the firo hall
for tho uso of firemen who wish to
sleep thoro. Tho Bteamer is to bo removed to one of the Front street slips,
where ib will bo kept ready for uso and
thus save tho dangerous dolays nt
present experienced in getting the engine to tho water. This new plan is
vastly superior to tho system now in
voguo. Tho now tiro engino will bo
kept at station No. 2, nnd the bund
lire engine brought baok lo tho Hyack
hnll. When tho now bell arrivos tho
old ono will bo hung iu Btntion No.
2. All these changes and additions
wore required, and they cannot fail to
increaso the efficiency and value of the
department.
Cily Council.
The counoil met at 8 o'ulook last
night for tho transaction of business.
Present—Aldermen .Tuques, McPhaden, Iteid, Curtis, Calbick and Cunningham.
Acting Mayor Townseiul in lho
chnir.
COMMUNICATIONS.
From Cnpt. Pittendrigh, complaining that he hnd riot been paid thu fees
agreed upon by the polico magistral c,
nud enclosing statement showing balance due him. Referred to the police
man is tr.it j for payment.
From E. S. Scoullar asking permission to remove a building frnm Columbia street. Referred tu lho board
of works with powerto act.
From D. McBroom asking leavo to
build u new tank ns the t'liik from
\vliich he drains the supply uf water
fur street sprinkling is running dry,
Referred to board of works.
From E. A. Wilmot enclosing a plan
of tho pipo line, for tho proposed
water works, through tlio penitentiary
grounds.
On motion tho clerk was instructed
to apply 13 Mr. Wnrden McBride for
permission to lay wnter pipes through
the penitentiary grounds; also for
standing permission to hnve access to
tho pipes through suid ground*.
ACCOUNTS.
R. Jamieson gG, F. ("J. Strickland &
Co. 825, ,1ns. Foster 837.55. II. T.
Read & Co. §107.03, T. J. Trapp &
Co. $80.50.
HEI-OBTS.
The board of works reported that
tho following tenders had been received for tho grading of Ellis and St.
Andrew streets: D. A. McDonald §2,-
985, D. B. Murray $2,984, R. E. Lemon 82,975, L. Williams S2.270; and
tho tender oi Mr. L. Williams being
tho lowett bu nccepted. Report adopted.
Tho pnrk committeo reported that
the contract for erecting the exhibition has boon awarded to T, Ackerman for tho sum of §5,894, this being
tho lowest tender. The ground for
tlio building is now nearly graded and
cleared und tho work is progressing
favorably.    Roport  adopted.
Dr. I. M, McLean, health officer,
reported tho smallpox patients all doing woll nnd tlie whole machinery of
tho hospital working satisfactorily;
that tho henlth of tho city is gcod, and
lhat the rumors of sickness circulated
through the city woro in nearly every
case gross exaggerations. Report
adopted.
The lire committee reported as follows: (1) That a system of lire alarm
telegrnph bo established for bhe bettor
protection of the city, and that tho
Gumewell system be adopted, (2) We
also think that for lhe protection of the
business portion of the eity, that tho
steam tire engine should bo placed ou
Front street, over tbe river, and tho
hand engine 'no brought down to the
Hyack hall ns soon us tho ne,w engine
arrives; and tlmt a small engine bo
purchased, fur uso on the hill, (3)
That another boll should bo purchased as tho one nt present iu use is
inadequate, (4) That beds not ox*
ceediui; six in number be provided and
placed in fire stations for tho use of
volunteer firemen j nlso that Engineer
Kelly be granted four days leave of ab-
soncc.
Aid, Cunningham said he would
favor tho purchase nf a new engine
but ho thought tho fire alarm system
was a luxury tho'city could ill afford
at present.
AM. Calbick did not think tlio finances of the city would allow tho establishment uf a firo alarm system,
but a new bell ur gong wus absolutely
necessary.
Aid. Reid said us chairman of tho
tire committee he considered it his
duty to mako thoso recommendations,
bo that tho public could not accuse
him of neglect. A firo alarm system
wns absolutely necessary and tho sooner it was established tho batter it
would be for the safety of tho city. It
was not a matter of tlio city having
the fluids to pay for tho system, it was
tho vast advantage to the city in case
of fire.
Aid, McPhaden thought tho expense was to great, and tho city could
get along for a time without tho alarm
system.
Aid. Jaques strongly favored the establishment of tho system.
Tho clauso referring to the flro alarm
system was laid over.
Referring to clauso 2, Aid. Roid
said a hand fire engine could bo purchased for §1,500 laid down in this
city.
Clause 2 and tho remaining clauses
were adopted.
Aid, Curtis suid ho had given notice
of tho introduction of an election bylaw, but it had beon found that a bylaw is not necessary and tho matter
would lie over for another week.
Aid. McPhaden, Reid and Curtis
were appointed a committee to report
on the naming and numbering of
streets.
The council then adjourned.
TEACHERS*   CERTIFICATES.
'the ItCftitltSOf tlie t'xuuiluutlmis.—Siio
ccssful tia ml (dates anil the
.Unrl't Obtului il.
The following is tho report of the
board of examiners, who havo just
concluded the examination of candidates for certificates of qualification to
teach in tha public schools of this province. Of tho ouo hundred nnd seventeen candidates who presented themselves, ouo hundred and eight took
lho papers in Victoria, and the remainder i'i K-unloops. In addition,
four graduates of British universities
word required to tako tho paper on
education, thus making, in ull, one
hundred und twenty-one candidates.
tfmST'OfjASS—'ORAUB A.
Johnston, J. I'., 1831. Renewal 1889.
Rossitor, Henry J., IJ. A., University
et Toronto ISSO, Renewal 1889.
Gordon, Robert G., Renewal 1880,
Stramberg, Hector M., Dalhousio University, Halifax, 1889,
Paul, Edward B., M, A., University
of Aberdeen, Scotland, 1889.
Hunter, Walter, 11. A., McGill Uni*
vcrsity- Montreal, 1880.
Lundclls- Robert, B.A., Dalhousio University, Halifax, 1889.
Law, Robert, B. A., Victoria Collogo,
Cobourg, Ontario, ISS0.
Henderson, Thomas, M. A., Queen's
University, Dublin, 1889.
MoGarrMc- Thomas A., B. A., University of New Brunswick, 1889,
Miller, John J., U. So,, Dalhousio University, Halifax, 1889,
I'lUST (JI.AKM—- GRADE  11,
Renewal.
Kayo, Jumea 1880      1889.
Offerhaus.R  " "
Murray, Paul 1882 "
Cameron, Miss A. D....1883 "
Horton, Miss Lncretia..   " "
Forrest, Miss O. W. 1883*1884        «
Sluggett, G. H   ..." "
Bell, Miss Enielcno   " "
Phelps, William H  " «
Jones, David,   '"        " "
Wood, K. S 1885 "
Fraser, Roderick L    " "
McLennan, John C    " "
Wood, William M    "
Gardiner, Miss Abbie IT,.   " "
Gilchrist, Alexander     " "
McLeod, John A    " "
Kinney, William T    " "
Bryant, Miss Maria   " "
Coatham, William 0....1880 "
Kerr, Daniel E " "
Purdy, Rallies A. R    " "
Bannonnan, Alex. M.... " "
Armstrong, Miss F, E...   " "
Plaxton, Robert J    " "
Oiibrhaus Mrs. Mury A..   " "  '
McDonald, Donald J....   " '-
Dockrill, George U 1887 "
Irwin, Joseph   " "
Sylvester, Miss E. E....   " "
Pope, Miss J. M. H   "
Leduc, Thomas    " "
Rogers, Miss Ellen    " "
Nicholson, Thomas    " "
Shaw, John   " "
Watson, Frederick   " "
McRae, George W    " "
Campbell, EH J   " "
Maximum Marks
Marks    Obtain'd
Ganton, James B 3750 2498
Tohmiif-on, William    " 2302
Smith, John F    " 2270
Netherby, StephenB...   " 22G3
Dongau, James   " 2257
SECOND GLASS—QADAE A.
Harding, Mary L 3150 2102
Hay, Emma    " 2071
McNeill, Angus B   " 2004
Rutherford, Isabella M.   " 2023
Currie, Mary Etta    " 2016
Williams, Mary    " 1971
Thomson, JamesW....  " J.892
SECOND CLASS—-GRADE 11,
McLeod, James R 2550 1574
Cox, Frances E........  " 1510
Arrowsmith, Frances...   " 14(18
Johnston, Robert0....  " 1452
Bryant, Thomas    " 1448
Fawcett, Grace H  " 144>
Warner, Bessie     " 1430
Chirstic, Isabel R    " 1427
Mebius, Jeanuette....    " 1417
Millard, Blanche    " 1410
McRae, Minnie H    " 1387
McDowell, Martha   •' 1381
Galloway, James A....  " 1309
Lorimer, Christina T... " 1359
Gillis, John    " 1348
Homer, Margaret F....   " 1333
Waller, Annie G    " 1325
Can*, Alice M    " 1320
Gilchrist, William A..,  " 1307
Withrow, Gertrude fl.,   " 1290
Hepburn, Janet.     " 1288
Knapp, Thomas E   " 1280
McLennan,JosephMcK.  " 1281
THIRD CLASS—UltADE A.
Hopkins, Kate S 1950 1209
Hariua, Richard S    " 1100
King, SaraO    " 1017
Dallas, Margaret R....  " 990
McKee, Mrs. Augusta..   " 985
McKay, Minna G   " 984
THIIID CLASS—GRADE 11.
Homer, Mary S 1950 1003
Hopkins, Nicholas, li..  » 1030
Currie, Elizabeth  " 102S
Nelson, KateH   " 1014
Ross, Duncan    " 1001
Blair, William   " 974
Gowiin, Susan M    " 955
Norris, Martha J    " 952
McMillan; Michael   " 947
Procter, Arthur P    " 939
Douglas, Robert J    " 933
Askew, Julia,.    " 924
Hicks, Annie 11   " 921
Newbury, Eda L    '• 921
Crockford, Mary II....   " 019
Austin, Mary C    " 919
Ferguson, Lena M    " 907
Bolting, Lena   " 000
Currie, Clara C    " 904
Sutherland, James    " 899
Workman, Elizabeth J.  " 898
Mebius, Lucy A    " 894
Ketcheson, Annie   " 874
Currie, Alice E     " 852'
Craig, Marjorio I    " 840
Haldon, Alice M    " 837
Carmichael, Annie E...   " 813
Monro, AnnioJ   " SOO
McGregor, Maggie    •■ SOS
McDonald,Mrs.AnnieC.  " 794
Allen, Minnie    " 780
RENEWAL CERTIFICATES FOIt   I.EXUTH    OF
SERVICE.
Pallida)', James A.
Dods, Archibald.
Caldwell, Mrs. L. M.
McDougall, Miss Arohena J.
Bailey, Miss Adelaide S.
CERTIFICATES OF  STANDING,
Reynard, Mnrnmduko C .1020
Stewart, Herbert D. R 1389
Armstrong, Louis II. S 910
McGtrr, William J .907
Hoarer, Mnry Paulina 540
{Signed)
S. D, Poi% B.A.,
D, Fraser, M. A.,        I Board of
F. G. Walker, B. A., J-Examin*
Cantab,
John Anderson, B, A
PERSONAL.
J. A, Pttterson and wife, of Ladners, are in tho city.
Capt. Worsnop, of H, M. Customs,
Vancouver, was in the city on a businoss visit to day.
Rev. Mr. Scouler, who exchanged
with Mr, Tint, of Langley, last Sunday,
has returned to the eity. Mrs. Scouler
is enjoying a visit of several weeks nt
the North Ann.
J. C. Hegler, wifo and dain-hter, of
Ingersoll, Ont., are in tho city, and
the guests of l1, J. Armstrong. Mr.
Hegler, who is a prominent member
of tho Ontario bar, is going to spend
three months in thu provinco in search
of pleasure.
VOLUME VU.-NO. 25.
•ffaon Baby wm lick, we nre her Cwtorl*.
Wlion she wm a Child, ahe cried for Caitorla,
When she booune Miss, sbe clun-j to Catforla,
When |hi hid Childnn, ibe -jitb them Cm tora
TENDERS
SEPARATE TENDERS ARK OAT-LED
tor tho construction of tho BUHKKV
DYKE, Flood Gates, nnd all work iu connection therewith. Tenders will bo received np to Auftust 81st; at 1 o'clock p.
m., und plans end spcolHcal Ions maybo
seen, uflor August 16th, at the residence of
Reeve Punch, iirownsvillo, where blank
forms for tender muy be obtained.
Tlie lowest or anv tender not necessarily
accepted, Ity order.
HENin'T.Timil'T.c. m.c.
Surrey, July ao, 1680, JySOdttlwl
AUCTION SALE.
THE UNDF.IISKINKI) lins moolvcil In-
striiotlons from John8. Ci.ctk. Ksq.,
C'ollnclor of Customs, lo soil by I'ultllo
AucLlon, on
.Saturday Next, Aug. 3rd,
At 7 o'olock p. in., nt tlio COI.ONIAI, HOTEL, tho following nrtiolos, solnoil for Infraction of tho Customs ltevonno Aot, v. 3:
i Bi'AN or houses,
1 WAGON,
1 SET OF llOUIlLE HARNESS.
Tonus clish. T. .T. TRAPP,
iljly20td Auctioneer.
AUCTION.
ON THURSDAY NEXT (AUG. 1), nl 8
p.m., I will sell by Publio Auction,
on Front HI., the House lately occupied
by Albert Dlobel, the Oven ond a lot of
Uriel*: on the preiL-lsos, Also, 1 Horse.*-
Terms cash.
A. M, NELSON,
djl$27t*i.........  ,,..- Auctioneer
Tenders for Street Work,
rpENDERH Wlhh DE RECEIVED AT
1   llm City Hall, New\Vewlinlnsler,ii|»
to 12o'olook,noon,ou tiiuksdav, Aiis.
In(, for lho construction of a
FLUME AND CULVERT
AorosB Lot fl, City Blook IJ, Columbln
Street, and down Lytton Bmiaro, marked
'•Tmiilor for FUitns and Culvert.," und
addressed to the "Chairman of Board of
Works, Oily. Hall/NeW Westminster."
No tender entertained unless accompanied by deposit equal to 6 per oent, Of
.amount of tender, which shall bo forfeited
if parly tendering refuses or neglects lo
enter into a contract when called upon to
do so. In tho event, of a tender not being
accepted the deposit will bo returned.
Plans nnd specifications may bo seen In
the Oily Engineer's Onice, City Hall.
Tho lowest or any tender not uecos-
Biirlly accepted.
J. a. JAQUES,
Chairman of Board of works,
City Hall,
NOW Westm 1 lister. July 80,1860.   dJy,T0t2
Tenders for Street Work.
mKNDRRS WILL BE REOErVED AT
L the Oily Hall, New Westminster, up
l« 4 o'clock on WEDNESDAY, July'IM,
1880, for the
GRADING OF QUEEN'S AVENUE,
marked '-Tender for Queen's Avenue," and
ii'lilreused to the "Chairman of Hoard of
Works, City Hnll, New Westminster,"
No tender entertained unlcs-i accompanied ty deposit equal lo r-percenl.of
amount of tender, which shall be forfeited
If party tendering refuses or ncgleols to
enter Into a contract when culled u pon In
doso. In the event of a tender not
accepted tho deposit will bo returned.
Plans mid specifications may lio seen In
lhe City Engineer's office, Cily Hall,
The lowestor any tender not necessarily
accepted.
J G JAQUES,
Chalrmnn of Board of works.
City Hull,
New West., July 25th, 1889.      djly251d
Notice to Steamboat Captains.
CAPTAINS OP VESSELS PLYING ON'
tho North Ann ure requested In tuke
the ciiannol on the south side of Poplin-
Island to avoid breaking the telephone
connection to the Quarantine Hospital.
W. B. TOWNSEND.
Acting Mayor.
Now Wost., July 20,1880.       djlySOwl
Portland - Westminster?
THE STEAMSHIP
^MICHIGAN
IIiL SAIL FROM PORTLAND FOR
Now Westminster direct, on
Friday, August 2nd,
For freight, Ac., apply lo
\V. N. DRAPER  Agont;
"Wlso's Whnrf.
w
I.JMKI&CO.
BANK BUILDINCJ8,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
[Tklkphonic No. 65,]
14 GLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, EN LAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS. REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
Loudon and Lancashire Fire anil
Ilrltlsh  Umpire Life Insnrnnce
Companies.
New Westminster Dull-llnf* Socle***!
Aticountrtnl's Olllcc, Diocese of N.W.
City Auditora, ltiSO, 1881 am! 1888.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
und other mouetary transactions,
Have several good Investments on their
books, and ull uew comers will do woll to
cull before doing business elsewhere.
dwSdoly
AS I INTEND MOVING NEXT DOOR
to City Bakery, I will offer for. tho
next fifteen days,
16 PER  CENT. OFF
On all cash purchases.
A, II. WINTEMUTE,
Sign of llio "Bulmlo,"
New Wesl., July 27,1881).       dwJI27lc
THIS WEEK
WE WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
ilk.Taffeta § Cotton Gloves
Lace Mitts, &c,
Also,
In Ladies' and Children's sizes.
At Great Reduction in Prices!
WONDERFUL   BARGAINS.
Ogle, Campbell MPree™**"
WEEK OIL1
Jas. Ellard i Co
WILL SELL THEIR REMAINING STOCK OF
AT   COST,   FOR   CASH.
F. CRAKE,
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &,C,
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRIDES,
A full line of Blicutnclcs & EyC-CflUSSCS -n steel, rubber, stiver ape gold
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, 134 per pair; all sif-lits suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS.   Having luarm,.. llio
business tlioro uglily from some of the finest Horologcrs in England, anil since thou
managed tho watch-repairing dopartmenta of a fow of tliu best firm's on tho continent; of America, is a sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship,    [formerly iiuua- ,
ger for nearly 8 years of tho well-known lirm-of Savago a Lyman, Montreal,
Charges Moderate,
Montreal, Dco., 1887.—-Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Ciiuirnmu of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I nevor found a Watchmaker who lUrl so
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not hero to-day."
dwnprile
Wholesale and Eetail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, I). C.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,     -     Oolumbia Street.
New Goods arriving all tlie time.  A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CM. rV]pif*jk "-J*"* jHg _i__l to hand.   New SYRUPS, MO-
^^ ~ dwtc
DXASOHIO Bl
llwlll
JLT  COST.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
iljlylMo
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
DBA-XiJCR   I*8r
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
LaTM.ad.or "ESerrlxig's,
"l-vd: acteerel. Salt Ood,
-A-rnao-ar'*** '"CJ-ac. Haras,
Ai.*nio*j.r's "CJac. Bacon.,
Flo-ur. Bran. Shorts,
•rHIOHEST TOIOES PA.1D FOR FARM PRODUCE,
nowwix Scoullar., Armstrong Block, Columbia St.
DIBEOT IMPORTERS k DEALERS I
xx x G- xx - a r- jl s s
DRY GOODS
—JL-Vrxa—
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON MARCHE.
OTjr-e, ^*jsr"N"CJ-A.Xi
CLEARANCE SALE
HA8 COMMENCED.
Special Bargains.
WALKER & SHADWELL.
llWIoBtO

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