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Array OoYMnment Printing cL'
70LUME 7
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. 0„ MONDAY EVENING, JULY 8, 1889.
NUMBER I
PROFESSIONAL ANO BUSINESS CARDS.
T. C. ATKINSON,
BA.H11ISTKII, BOLIOlTOlt.iO. Olllcos-
MasoniL' ltuildlng, Now Westminster,
B. 0. dwto
AIUISTIIUNG A ECKSTEIN,
BAURIBTEBS,  SOLICITOUS,   ETU.-
Mnsolilo Building,   New Westminster, It. U. ilwinyltu
W. NORMAN n01.ni. U.C.,
BAimiSTEH-AT-I.A \V, I, \NI1 AOEN I'.
Monoy U, Lonn. Ottioc-lIlarUson Ht.,
New Westminster, 11 0. tile
<'Oram Ll!, Hrl'IIU .11 JHNS9,
BARRIRTF.I1H, SOLICITOUS, ell'.   Om-
008—Mnsonlo Buildings, New wost-
' " ~ " " illvtu
nluster, uutl Vnncotiver, I'. 0.
A.C. IIItVIIOM.-.l MR, JI, A ,
OTARY PUBLIO, CONVKYANOEB,
_. Ac. Biirrlstorofllio New llrunswlek
Supremo Court, oilice in the Huntley
Building,OoluiubluBt-, o|j|>oslle iliocol-
oulnl Hotel. ilniiHte
N
JOSEPH K. GiVYNOR, U.A..M..U.
GOLD MEDALIST of lho Unlvoralts Of
Dublin, I'AIUtlHTKU-AT LAW ot
tliollli'h Court of Jusl leo, Ireland. Oillces,
Corner McKons-lo A Clarkson Hin., New
WoHtminstcr, *lwi*c2llo
A. J. IIOLBIICB, D. U.S..
SURGEON DENTIST. Graduate ot the
Oiilo C'olloi*e of I'ciitnl Huritt-ry. Is
now with Dr. C. E. C. ilrnwn. All work
Bklllfiilly performed. Itooma <'• A C, Hunk
of B.C., Columbia .St. Hums-8 to I2u,m.i
I :W to ll p, m. (IJl.v.'ili;
O. ILOATKIVOOD, U.l).>i.,
SURGEON DENTHT--A Graduate of
the Baltimore Dental OOllogo, Ispre-
pured to do all Itt nils of Denial work. Of*
Ilea ovor Mi.Lenntin A MoVcoI.'h hardware storo, 13'* Cordova St,, Vaneouvcr,
B, u. ________ daggOte
A
a, XV. GHANT,
UIMIITKCT. Oflleo-Comer Mary ond
Olarkaon .sts;, Westminster,   tlwto
CLOW   A.  .-'.kCLUUK,
i TlGlIITKOTS.    Olllco-Uoom E. over
V   Baiilcofll. CColumblaStrcet.West-
-WIM.IA.1I  ll. K.I XL.,
AUCIirrEOT.B.VN'lTAIU'ENCIINEER,
Ao.   llemovad to Arm*4iroii''-s Block,
Columbia  Str-jot,   Westiiiiuster — Room
No. I!. dto
W. TinUAUPEAU-
T AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS*
Jj mau. Ilainley Block, New Westmln*
•jtor, B, 0. _  tl my 151c
A. V. OOTTOjr,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR. Office: Room D,Bank
of B. C. bultdln-, W'^lmlnster, U. C.
ii. I'ITn.\l»KMi!l,
HEAL ESTATE BROKER nnd County
11 Court Aiieni. Commissioner, Notary
Public, Ao.  Routs Qollected. Oflloe—Me*
Keii/.li? Sd-ri'l, New Wentmlnster, B. C.
T. J. THAW*,
,4 UCTIONEER    AND     APPRAISER.
ly Columbia .street, Now Wesl in luster.
All cojiiiiiisMlmis will receive prompt
nud careful attention, Best references
given when required. aibUMo
__•'. C. nicCAUTNEVf
COMMISSION  AGENT   and   diatoms
Broker.   DousiIah St., New Westminster.   Agent for Harrison Springs Aerated
Water; Vimeoiivi'i*.Stenm Dye A Cleaning
Works; Pianos, Or-jmis, Musluil Instru*
Miu^:;i:ds'Hiindt'los for snlo.   Noxt door to
Bakoiy. _____ djly.jie
TUltNlilll, DlfiKTO\ A CO.,
MERCHANTS. Wharf St., Vieloila.
Agenta for North British mid Mor*
eautllo Insurance Co, for Mainland. H,
(.'. liM'/roN A Co., 8(3 Plnabury circus, Lou-
don, E, Q. dto_
&PE
Itrai Estate Brokers nnd
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
('(-i-feil-*i-iUl->»,  Lift*   .1 BROClatloil of
Toronto.
Et ii y nl mul   Luik (i-ilil re flrv IllHUt**-
uii « "'(),i-.-m--l'<H.
n&.Vnlmtblc lots for salo In tho Cily
and District of Westiiilnstor; and eholeo
Lois lu tlio Cily of Vanoouvor.
Persons wishing to bny or sell city or
rural property ahould communicate with
un.
Oillces; Bankof B.C. building,opposlto
lioslotllce,Westminster,nml UnsHngr-st.,
viiin'ouver.  dwnpltite
RAND BROS.
)K\I, E STATIC IlHOKEItS-
"ty
Coiiveyniicers. <*-il leu tort,
Antl  liitiirri'icc Agt-iiiH,
Oiliccs at
NEW WESTMINSTER:  Corner
McKenzie ami Clnrkson Sis.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
LONDON .England.
IIU ILDING LOTS for salo In all sections
of Vancouver nnd Now Westminstor City,
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
sale   nt   Chllliwlinok,   Port Hammond,
Langloy, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay-Lad*
nor's Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
and Pitt Rlvor.
i   Maps and Plans oxlilbited und the fullest information furnished at all our oillces,
rW. BOVILL,
ARCHITECT
,  AND	
leal Estate Agent
Full List of Cily and Suburban Pro*
I perty.
'>   Particular attention paid   to Farming
Lands.
Accurate Information  to correspondents.       dwmyllyl
ALBERT j~ HILL & GOT
Civil Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
IIKAI-   ESTATE,
FINANCIAL, SHIPPING & COMMISSION AGENTS
Hire. Lire .ft Marina IiiHiirniirp.
i.uMiiiASr., - Oi'i'. Colontai. HoTia.
IV
NEW WESTMINSTEtt, B. C.
]>1IVE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
, *JT tontlou to all profosalonal orders mid
I "iidor tholr services to residents ami non-
V.csldonlshuviiiL'Clly or Country PropOl ty
Lj> dispose of or desiring prolltablo luvestr
Bmeut,
IT,-Our tlsls of ollgHilo properties nre coin*
1 yimhenslvo and constantly receiving addf-
UIoiih, and our favorable custom connc-
tlons both lu Cuuadu and tlio Atlantiu
Slates givo us unusiinl faollltiesroi'busl-
mOSSi
 i, Special attotlUon will   bo paid to tho
■. ina'liase and Inspection of Lumber for
■t shipmentIdfori-lgii ports. Tonnage char-
W -crinl and general.'di Ippl iu* buslii(!S.*, trans-
^<iotod.  dwapjyl
|facpIierson
i
Pure and Fresh Drugs
p-axt-PTcraszisg,
(Patent Medicines, Etc
Physioi-h*' PnescntPTioHs CAntrutty
OOM-OUHDED,
relo)iliono (,'oiniiiunlontloii.  Nltilil Bell.
,    (llea-|o
GENERAL fa SHELF HARDWARE,
Iuuludiug Tools of all kinds of the bust makesj Oross-cut & Ilaml-Saws,
Barbed Wire for Fenoine, and all llio nccossaiy Utensils for I'arnilin;)
I'llllcy liloellS, SlllitCh KloCllK, Koy.s: & C'illtitl in all sine.-; I'ltcii,
Tar & Oakum; Tarred and Plain !*a*>«l' lot "*ili!<lill'*l r.'iillls & Oils
iii all ciilorsi Limilll l'ltiutl lu nil shades; Flow l'lllllls ready to mot 4'rliitl
SloiK'SI Wall I'npcr in nil ilcnipisi Ill'oo-ilH ,5. Btl-liSNCfl lor all pill'l »i
l.lllll'ii'.'llili'.' Oils; Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment nf
AjSrirultiiral Iiiiiilviiicnts.
tST Speoial attention yivon to orilera by mail.
T. T. a*i*R^.-r?i=> cSC OO.,
dwjly.'Jto Collmiuia Stubkt, Nbw Westminstj-ii.
GRANT & MAOLURE.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
•T.   ®.   MANSOKT's
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Oolumbla Street, ■, New Westminster,
__WA\\  Summer DRESS GOODS and MILLINERY wi
bo sold AT COST.   Now is the time to secure BARGAINS.
dtc *m:***3s. •v^-m:. xzjl^.
ia! Estate,
A.C^Hia>J"J7fB,
OE*E*I£-t*SS3f--- -
NEW WESTMINSTER, c£SSz^!N
VANOOUVER, ooaANBEBRoTCT0S?rEAETA8ND
^-ASO-
AN0EI1S0N  BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON,   ENG. ,07 CANNON 3T.
Farming Lands flown Lots
OF All, SJESeiHPTIfiNS fOR mt
Business Property.
Lob facing on Columbia and Front Sts.,
in central portion of tlio city; soveral
buildings bring good rent—$2,000-00*
Lob 4, Block 7, near Lytton Square,
00x132 feet, fronting on Oolumbia and
Front Sta.-S0,000.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., S-'IsOO feet—
$4,000.00.
Alao—Lot and Building with stock of
Goods, onu of tho best business utaiuU
in tho oity,
ImprovedResidential Property
Lot lfi, Blook 13; two houson routed at
paying figures-?!, COO. 00.
Houso and Lob on Lome St,, noar Col*
umbld—$1250,00.
Lots 4, fi k 0, Bluett lfl; {-ood house,
garden,-be.; choice residenceproperty
-S5.2C0.00,
Corner Lot on Columbia St.; fenced nnd
cleared-$1600.00.
Houso and Lot on Columbia St.; ono of
tho finest residences in the city—!?/,*
000.00.
House and Lot on lloyal Avenue, near
Douglas St,-82,000.00,
House and II Lots, corner lloyal AvotiUO
nnd St. Patrick's St.; no better rcju-
-leneo aito Ih tlio oity—810,000.00.
1 aero, with 7 houses, near tlio Park—■
• §0,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Block 28) corner lot on Agnes St.;
fine residence alto-81200.00.
Lota on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avenue—$500.00 each.
Loti) on Montreal, Douglas and Halifax Sts., near Clinton St.; iino views
anil woll Situated—$350,00, $376,00*
§500.00.
Lot on Molbourno St., near Clintoi- ■
$800.00,
Lot fl, Suti Block 10; fine i-osideuce lots-*>
§260.00.
Lots on Volhain St., noar Mary—SflOO.O!)
oach,
Lot on I't'lluini St., near St. Andrew's'
Duo sitc--S.r-00.00.
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne—-
gsfco.oo.
Lot In St. Androw's Smiaro-$300.00,
Lots in Blook fionting on North Am
road; finest chanco hi lho market fo:
residence or spoouhiMon—$125,00 t(
§176.00.
Lota iu Snliilivision of Lot 11, sab-Bloc
12-~S00,0()toSl-.6.()0.
Lot) in Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Bloo
l,'i-?100.00 ench.
Lots in Westminster Addition at $15,00
to $50.00.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity.Htrciif'llian-i ffholeBomoness, More
eeonomlcal than tlio orcllnury kinds, and
cannot lie aold In compoiition with lhe
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders, Sold oniyln oans.
Koyal BAKING l'OTVVKlt Co., WB Wall ftt.,
Now York. Utely
Farm for Sale,
LOT 27. BLOOK l NORTH itANGE (I
Wesl, Lulu Island, at a bargain.—
Apply to RANDimoS.,orlCmVAHD A.
8H.-UU% Lulu Island, dwjeZ7ml
To Let.
OPFIOES   IN   THE   AKMSTnONQ
Block.    Aptlly lo
IV. .1. ARMSTRONG.
JJelOlo Slioriir.
TO BENT.
APLEASANT-UODJI FOIt TWO GEN-
lleineti, with   or without Hoard, fn
private family.   Apply al third hou.se up
lho hill, it-fl hand nldeof Douglas street.
__________    djeloto
TimlKT Lnntls tMr Siile.
THE DIBCOVERIiin'S INTBRE&T IN
about11,000 acres of first-clasa Timber
Lands, principally Kir.
woods; turner a gamble.
New West., B.0,, June 11, IPSO,   djettml
First-class Prairie Farm
FOB tM_A.__-_.-S_].
SUPERBLY .SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, Norlh Ann, t'riiser River; con*
talnliiR 2i'0 ncres of l he linest farming land
intlio country; nil dyked, well Improved,
good builillngs, good orchiird (bearing).
For further information enquire of
MAJOR A PEARSON,
dmyUOlc Now Westminster.
BOY WANTED
IOLF.AIIN THE FURNITUBE ANI
Ujillolslorlng trnilo.
IJ1>'613 V. PEBniiES.
T
ON SUNDAY, JUNE 30, BEWJjJEN C.
P. U. Depot nnd Wise's Livery Stablo
-2 POOICET-JBOOKS (ono Insldo iho other), contnining somo papers valuable to
tlio owner. Tlio Under will conler a fnvor
by leaving ut this olllcc. dJlyOi:)
Plants for Sale!
OHHA*?
AT THE
[{reeiilioiiSGS, Douglas Street
IH GllEAT VARIETV, ifiCLUDIKO,
GERANIUMS, Doublo and Single; KU*
•UT CI1IAS, sill new vurietl,"-; RO.SKH,
Diml-lo I'ETUNIAH, MOON-KLOWEHS:
a line cnlleetlon of DAHLIAS (named
vui'l.'tics). ANNUALS, S3 els. per doz.
Mixed BEDDING PLANTS. 81.60 por doz.
I oiler 10 Plants for 81, Including I Storm
ICIn-; i'uehin. Uouqucls, Wreaths and
Uiosk-h niadi! lo order, li'rnlt, Vcgoliihlca
nail Flowt-iwutKloi-i*, next Cily Hotel, Columliln Kl. Orders l>y mall promptly nt-
tendod lo      IdwapSyl]      I*. Ill II III.
UIM&CO.
GG1STS
Queen's Hotel  Block,
M.V.  *Vi:-il-!I\STII*.
RelialilB Drugs ftleilicines
TOILET ARTICLES £ SUNDRIES
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY,
(luplle
I
so oo.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
-—AND—-
Financial Igents
Purchase Sell and l.oase Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
Ami transact nil lltislni'ss relating to
Ileal Kstftto.
—AOHNTS KOll —
London Assiirniici' Cur|>or.itlou.
Coniio'lli'iit Flro Insiirnnco Co. of
Hurl ford.
london nnd Unrnslilrc Ute Assur-
nnco Co.
I'nnlon Insiirnnco Olllco, l,d. (Marine)
OFFIOEBl
Columbia St., New West'r,
41 Government St., Victoria
dwsel.fl
THE GREAT MILL.
The Sullivan-Kllraiu Fig-lit Came
Off To-day Despite the
'Authorities.
Sullivan Finally Wins in the 70th
Broqnjl After Some Desperate Fighting.
A lli'itish Schooner Goes Ashore a
Total Wreck on tlio California Coast.
the tiaEAT nanr.
Nkw OittBANS, July 8.—At 1:30 this
morning tlio first train of twelve
coaches pulled out, and conductor und
onsineer weru given religions instructions to l'o straight (ln-ough to the
buttle ground without stops. On tho
train weru the chief of polico of Now
Orleans and tho conimiasioiioi* of pub-
he buildings, und in fact most of the
prominent ollicials of tho city. Tho
greatest diflicnlty was exporionced by
the mngeincut iu Keeping tho peoplo
without tickets oil' the train, and a
force of detectives was provided in
each oar. At this Mississippi line them
was a party of twenty-five armed men,
and the train was Digged, but no attention was paid to the signal aud the
special dashed" hy at a speed ot 25
miles per hour. It was just beforo
daybreak when the train gut into Mis*
sisssippi state. The ring was pitched
nnd everything was in readiness for
tlio light, whicli ivai to tako place at 8
o'clock.
New Orleans, 1:30 p. m.—A press
ne.vs correspondent lias just arrived at
New Orleans from thu scene of tho
fight und wires: When I left the ring at
8:45 a. m. Sheriff Couvart of Marion
county was about to arrest, tho principals and had possession of tho ring;
all hands trying to induce him io defer
linest till after tho light, but chances
of BiicccED aro not good
TUB FIGHT BECUW.
Washixuion- July 8,—A private
dispatch dated from Richburg at 3 p.m.
received hem at 5 p.m., says tho light
htm just begun.
suliivan's viotouy.
New OriiBASS, July 8.—Sullivau
won in seveiity-fivo rounds. Neither?
mnn was injured, but Kilrain wus considerably f'xhnusted. Tho li;*ht lasted
2 hours nnd 18 minutes.
""■      KUilUlN   WON.
Bui'fai.0, N, Y., July 8.—Judge
Stern, of Ihu Burrogato court., has received a private despatch from ltioh-
burg saying Kilrain won in 9(1 rounds.
THE BULL WINS.
Baltimohi-:- 4:25 p. in.*—Tho Sun's
special man sent from Baltiinoro telegraphs the following from tho light:
'-Kilrain is whipped." He could not
stand Sullivan's terrific rushes. Tho
linht lusted 7G rounds and 2 hours and
1G minutes. Kilrain was badly punished; he was not knocked out, but at
the end of tho 7-HH round Mitchell)
KUrain's second, threw up tho sponge,
his man boing so completely exhausted
that he could not havo stood another
round.
SHOOTING AFFRAY,
BeNicia, Cal., July 8.—-At 8 o'clock
thiH morning, J. E. Crooks, president
of tho bunk of Donicis, shot and it is
believed fatally wounded, a young man
named Pago Wingfield. Crooks was
arrested. Wingtiold met Crooks on
(he street and struck him in the faco.
Crooks drew a revolver and Wing-
field ran, the former then fired twice,
thu second bullet striking Winglield in
thu abdomen. It has been learned
that the shooting was tho result of a
newspaper article prompted by Crooks.
SCHOONER WRECKED.
San Fhancisco, July 8.—A despatch received at Merchants oxchaiigo
this mohiilig, says that the British
schoonor Coil-try, from Sydney, coal
laden- for Euroka, wont ashoro yesterday aftornoon north of Humboldt
light. The crow woro saved. The
schooner is a total loss.
EARTHQUAKE.
Fahmixolb, Mt1., July 8.—-A shock
of earthquake was plainly folt horo
last night, lasting half n minute. Its
direction wus from northwest to southeast.   Dishes rattled upon shelves.
SH. HAYTIEN REPUBLIC,
San Fbanoisco, July 8;*—Tlio atr.
Haytien Republic, which was scii-cd
and subsequently reloi»sod by tho Haytion government, arrived from Now
York lust night with a oitrgo consigned
to a San Francisco lirm. Sho was
considerably damaged by tiro in ono of
her coal blinkora during  the   voyage.
llUHKE IDENTIFIED,
Winnipeg, July h.—Mrs. CarUon,
proprietor of tho Curlsuu Cotlnge, Clii*
cago, whoro Dr. Cronin was murdered,
has arrived here and identilied Burko
ub tho man who rented tho cottago
from Iter.
THE  CHURCHES.
Hummurlr»et Siimn af tlm (iiv Rerttipnri
S|Mihi-n Mi ml ny.
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH.
ltoforo commencing the sormon yesterday, lho Vonorablu Archdeacon
Woods announced thnt tlioro would bo
it celebration of the Holy Communion
on Sunday noxt at 8 nnd 11 a. m., that
dito being the list oil wliich ho would
minister to ihu ooiigretjfltton as rector
of Uoly Trinity. Tho Vonurablo
Archdeacon particularly requested that
ns ninny as possiblu of tho congregation
should lk» piusent at hii closing sorvi*
ccs, The subjuct for tho sormon was
tnken from 1st Peter, 5th chap, and
8th verso, "Bo sober, bo vigilant, because your adversary tho devil, ns a
routing lion, walkotli about, socking
whom he mny devour." Tito order of
tho day is to bo sober and vigilant, aud
to walch always. When Peter wrote
those worda it is just possible ho had
before him our Lord's worda, 'What,
can yo not watch an hour.' Wo should
over havo thoao words beforo us. To-
dny I want to speak to you of your adversary the dovil. Why do wo find
him with bo mnny immos; ho ia given
ovory niiiiio he could possibly bo known
by, the tempter, dragon, old serpent,
ovil one, princo of darkness nnd many
more all bo obvious. Wo rend of tho
timo wlie.ii Satan tempted Christ in tho
wilderness; in Job wo aro told thnt
wi tan npponred in heaven bofoh) Cod
as tho temptor,     I hopo,  without1
straining the meaning of the scripture*,
that I can lay beforo you Borne of the
ways of tho devil, 'lho devil is not
always at our sido, at all times and iu
all places, but ho has un all pervading
influence for ovil. I say with all reverence that to imagine or suggest that
the devil is always at every man's elbow, is all nonsense. Look at tho
thousands of deathbeds; it is absurd to
placo satan at onch ono of them unless
wo aro prepared to givo him the omnipresence of God. Tho Holy Spirit is
omniscient, satan is nor.; thu Holy
Spirit ia the Lord nnd giver of light
and life, hut tho devil is not. We
might liken the dovil to some malign
animal' who, through poisoning some
purl, of our food, tempts us to becomo
part of himself. Your pow or and my
power- dear friends, for good, is greater tlian the devil's for evil. Sutuii can
only enter nt ft door left opon. Man's
power for ovil is also very great, and
the great evils wo do are voluntary on
our part. The devil cannot devour
tli'so who resist him, and ho will have
very littlo power over you if a strong
resistance is mado. Christ is the
captain of our salvation, and it is only
soldiers who require n captain to lead
thom ou and direct them. Therefore
tiio question to each one of ua is, are
wo ouo of Christ's soldiers ? for to His
soldiers is tho victory. If wo aro, victory will bo the reward, and wo can
boast that we fought tho good fight
aud kopt the faith.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
Yesterday was the closing sabbath
of tho first yenr of the Rev. Thos,
Baldwin, pnstor at Olivet Baptist
church. At tlio evening services he
reviewed tho work done. HiB toxt
was from Isiah 0 c, 3 v.—-"Thou hast
multiplied the nation, and not increased the joy: they joy boforo thee
according to the joy in harvest, and as
men rejoice when thoy divide the
spoil," The rov. gentleman spoko as
follows: It is very hard with this
rendering to get good seme or anything like the true meaning of the prophet'-* expression, but ho evidently
meant tho L-jrd Jesus Christ—to Him
increased tho joy. You soo tho prophet looks forward from tho dark prophetic ago a down to tho ago when
Josus should appear in duo time. Tho
era iu which thu prophet spoko was as
a theatre of darkness and without Cod
and hopo in tho world, yot lie was
looking ahead, yet not knowing tho
futuro ovents that should spring up
that would change the very nature of
tilings; but whon Jesus appeared he
increased thu intorest and stirred into
activity of hopo tho whole human
race. "Who for joy endured," etc.
Suppose it woro put down for Chris*
tiaus to cnlcnlato the value of the
work ot tho intercessor, how much
could they valuo it nt? -It would bo
impossible after taking all tho wealth
into account that their finite minds
could grasp; they would fail in their
estimate, henco this pnssige, "to Him
increased tho joy." Now thia evening for a fow minutes let us talk over
tht- harvest joy. It is qualified, becauso thoro aro so many kinds of joy,
but this is a joy tangible and eternal,
and wu joy liko Him. It is an old
Hebrew expression, "joy in harvest;"
they joyed at throo feast-s; when the
corn was green, when it was ripe, and
whun it was harvested thoro went up
tho shout of "harvest homo" in thanksgiving to God, Jesus joyed over tho
result of his own work; bo iu tho
Christly sense Paul compared his acquisition, with what ho hud loft behind and reached on beforo, iu hopo,
looking to tho joy of harvest. Crowns
uro there, but nu man can wenr one
who has not won it. God has saved
U3 and then offers a crown, but only
ho thut runs and struggles up and
gains it shall wear it, Ood rewards
tho farmer nnd the tradesman for their
industry, and will Ho not reward the
Christian for work dono for Him. Ho
does u great deal to help, but you must
help yourselves. For inainuco, the
man coming down and opening store
at six or seven o.clock will most likely
do better than tho man who sleeps to
nino o'clock and then opens up with a
Bour faco: man's providence very often
helps men where Ood's providence
don't. Some of our young men in
thoir lirst pastorales complain of rough
work, but iu overy farm thoro is considerable grubbing nud stone picking
to do. Stand by a puiposo, pursue it,
and tho joy of harvest will come.
There are many young men to day
who hnvo farms and stock left to them,
and through their lovo of fino buggies and fnflt horses lliey soon loose tho
farm, just simply becauso it was not
tho result of their own labor and they
could u it value it. All tho men
who nmko succesa iu invoutionsandon*
lorprlsoado ao as the insult of their
having wrought from the beginning,
and now lliey have tho joy nf harvest.
you mean tn say, says  Paul,   that
your liberality, I would have had to go
somewhere else. God bless you in
your good works, may you redouble
your energy, and God grant the incoming months may bring with thom
n harvest of souls as will redound to
the honor of the Moat High.
PERSONAL.
ltev. P. Woods returned from Ladners this morning.
W.Norman  Bole.Q. C, M. P. P.,
is in the capital city.
T, C. Atkinson left for Victoria yesterday on legal business.
Cnpt. Scoullar nnd wifo left Cor Victoria yesterday afternoon.
.   A, J, McColl was among tho passengers yeaterday for Victoria.
J. W. Harvey has gone ovor to Victoria and will be absent a few days.
F. Eiokhoff returned home on Sun*
day, after a weeks visit at Victoria-
Mrs, R.  Dickinson  returned homo
to-dny after a short visit to Mn. M,
M. English on Lulu Island.
VERY SUSPICIOUS.
Movements of Russian Officers in
Servia Give Bise to Serious Apprehensions of War.
Socialists Defeat tbe Boulang-ists
in the Election in France
Yesterday.
Austriaim Grow Uneasy Over the
Aspect of Affairs in Eastern Europe.
Tlie RMiup's Consecration.
At tho close oftho meeting of synod
tho bishop reminded the members that
November 1st next (AH Saint's Day)
would bo the tenth anniversary of his
consecration and he hoped it would bo
possible to mark the occasion by a
gathering of clergy and laity, representing as far bs practicable the whole
diocese, to offer to Almighty God an
acknowledgment of Hia paat merciea
nnd to supplicate Him to continue and
to increase His blessing upon the work
of tlie church. The bishop of Columbia has promised to attend on the occasion.—GRttrc7iwian's Gazette.
Sealers Beard Fron.
A privnte letter wbb received in thia
city from one of the huntora of a sealer
that put into Koniak island, Alaska,
for water, dated June 22nd. On that
date the Triumph had 395 and the
Mary Ellen 435 skins. Capt O'Leary,
of tho Pathfinder, was spoken on the
27th of May, and reported having 370
skins. The Annie C. Moore was
spoken on the 21st of June, with 300
skins. A schooner was sighted in the
distance belioved to bo the Maggie
Mac. Aftor taking water and cleaning tho hull the schooners Bailed for
Behring's sea. Lotters have been received from the sealing schooner Walter L. Hid), Capt. Sieward, dated at
Kodink on June 1st. The lotters were
brought to Nanaimo by the Karluck,
and contain the news that the Rich
had, at the timo of tho captain's writing, 648 skins on board. The schooner was on tlie point of leaving for
Sand Point, and would proceed from
there to iinhring'a Bea.~•Colonist.
there will be no duterenco in iho next
world .' if mil, then weare of all men
tho most fouled; look what I have
given up. Hut lie joyed the joy of
hope, which means fruition. Hope
inapiroB- nerves, until man tn his work
feels his individuality and presses on
to tho joy of harvest. Tiio reverend
gentleman, nfter urging to creator
activity in the hopeful possibilities, so
that lliey might partako in tho shout
of harvest homo, said : A year ngo
tonight I left Duluth, not knouing
just where to go to, but Ood led ub
hero, and now at Iho end of tlio year I
want to review a little, and I want
Cod and you to nolicu thnt 1 claim no
honor, co glory. 1 havo had to rejoice
all along, and this is enough for mo.
During the year, by your help nud that
of some one else behind—for I do not
think that any have been gathered but
that somo one elso uwny back hnd
something to do with persuading thom
—by various agencies 30 persons havo
been received by baptism; sonic converted in the Sunday school, some iu
thn youug people's meeting, aud some
by tho help of other agencies, nnd I
was Buying to them, "Boys I haVn't
missed ono of you. No, wo aro all
here; 35 others have been recoived upon letters; the congregation has grown,
and at tho Thursday uight prayer
mooting wo have an average of 00; tho
young peoples' meeting havo increased
in numbers; so aUo the Sunday school
has incrensed in numbers and vigor;
about $2,000 has been collected horo,
81,370 of whieh wns colleoted on tho
plates, for whioh ihtinksnro duo to tho
congregation genornlly and to friends
from othor churches. Only twice hnvo
I mentioned monoy, and without nny
coaxing you havo done woll, paid tho
debts and have something moro. If
you had not dono this, if it was not for
Alaska News.
Evon thoso wiio were at first sceptical regarding the future of the silver
mines on Sheep Creek now generally
concedo them to be the richest yot
shown up in Alaska. And indeed they
are fast proving themselves as such,
and in every instance where development work has been done on any of
tho various veins, an increase in width
and richness of ore has been the result.
While tho Elder was at anchor in
Glacier Bay, a boat in charge uf two
seamen was lowered for the purpose of
getting ico and the passengers crowded
into her to bo taken ashore to view the
Glaciers. As they nearcd lho shore
a mammoth piece of ice broke from
tho glacier and fell into the bay, causing the sea to break six feet high,
sweeping tho boat ashore and wetting
everybody in it. Fortunately no one
was hurt.
Tho Bear's Nest Oo. received a
largo amount of machinery on the
Elder, and are pushing their works
ahead as rapidly as possible. The
A, M. & M. Co.'s saw mill is running
night and day sawing timber for the
mill. A railroad track has been laid
from the saw mill to the mill site, and
a small locomotive will haul the timbers to their plsoe. Thia company are
showing nn unusual amount of push
and energy, and being backed by unlimited capital bids fair to rival tho
Trend well plant—Alaska Free Press.
LOOKS OMINOUS.
Vienna, JulyS.—Itisreported hore
fifty Russian military officers have
passed Braila, Roumania, en route
down the Danube to* Servia. Reports
in connection with the well known fact
that Russia has been sending materials for Pontoon bridges to Renl, in
Bessarabia, for several monthi past,
has caused some apprehension that an
emeute in Servia ia imminent.
socialists elected.
Paris, July 8.—In the second ballot
in the department of Herault, the
Boulangists, who were ahead a week
ago, but did not secure r» majority,
wero defeated yesterday, the socialist
candidates being eleoted.
TENNYSON'S GOOD HEALTH.
London, July 8.—Sir Andrew Clark
has paid a visit to Lord Tennyson, at
the tale of Wight, and expresses touch
surprise at the Laureate's improved
healthy and mental activity,
UNEASY AUSTRIA.
London, July 6.—A dispatch from
Vienna thia evening states that a very
uneasy feeling prevails in the Austrian
capital owing to tbe more decidedly
pro-Russian attitude of the Servian
ministry, whioh is undoubtedly due to
the recent suspension of the ordinary
passports for Servia, and tbe suppression of the KasBova commemoration
by tho Hungarian and Bosnian governments. Herr Hengel Mullock, Austrian minister at Belgrade, has informed his government tbat the majority of the Progressist leaden, the
only friends Austria had in Servia,
have now adopted the liberal or pro*
Russian views, but he states thst this
is due more to the rejection of their
demand to make Bosnia an autonomus
kingdom under Milan, than to the
KaBsova incident. The Russian view
of the illegality of the Belgian government is being maintained by the Servians. The proposed reduotion of the
Servian standing army haa been abandoned and instead battalions are being
rapidly increased, a policy, which before the Eaasova incident, would have
upset tho Servian ministry, as the
peasants previously desired the reduction of the regular army and had
the promise of the regents that such &
policy would be pursued in diplomatic
circles. In Belgrade very little doubt
now prevails that the military convention between Servia and Russia has been
ratified. Here in London the report
was published on Monday that the
German officers in the Chinese service had resigned, to which the information ia added to-day that some of
them aro already en route for home
service, which is looked upon as a more
ominous indication than any of the
other recent occurrences.
Surrey Council.
Council mot pursuant to adjournment. Present—the reeve and Councillors McCallum, Douglas, Armstrong
aud Brown. Communications were
received from E P. Anderson re improvements on rond, referred to Coun.
Shannon; from Mayor Oppenheimer,
Vanoouvor. placed on file, clork to reply; from Messrs. Woods, Turner &
Gamble, re survey for dyking scheme,
also from W, Thibaudeau, O. E.,
placed on file. Tho reeve reported
having engaged tho services of Mr.
Thibaudeau to survey and. assess the
lands that will bo included in the Surrey dyking scheme. The pound bylaw was laid over until next meeting.
Tho real estate delinquent tax snle
by-law was advanced to the third reading. Mr. Brown addressed tho council re tho bad state of repair into whieh
the Coast Meridian road has fallen;
after discussing tho matter a resolution was passed appropriating tho sum
of $500 for each fiat uorth and south
of the McLennan road, on condition
thnt the government will grant a like
amount. Tho Delta Dyking Co's.
scheme, to reclaim the Boundary bay
and Mud bay tide flats, was submitted
to tho council, and a resolution passed
approving and supporting the scheme.
Coun. Armstrong wns authorized to
invito tendera for tho construction of a
bridge overNicomekl river in ward 3.
Mr. G. Boothroyd waa awarded the
contract to construct a ditch and road
ou tho lino between wards 3 nnd 4,
south of McLennan road. Three
small contracts in ward 5 woro awarded to Mr. A. M. Brown. Oouncil adjourned until Saturday, July 27th, at
1 o'clock p.m.
Aid. McMillan, the acting mayor
of Toronto will apply to the Boyal Humane society for one of its medals for
Willie Whito, a Ind, who, within a
yenr, has saved no less than fivo lives
in Toronto bay and neighboring
waters. His Inst resdttc occurred Sat*
urday.
Children Ciy for Pitcher'jC;
FROM JTICTORIA.
One nnndrrU and Twcnlj- Teachers np
far E*unilnallM."*Hot Weather.
Special to the Columbian.
Victoria, June 8.*—Examinations
for teachers commenced to-dny in the
government buildings. There are
about 120 applicants.
To-day was the hottest of the season.
Great interest is manifested in the
Sullivan-Kilrain fight. Sullivan wu
the favorite here.
Tho Mexico sailed for San Francisco this morning. A. Dunsmuir was
a passenger.
W. Bridgman and W. R, Jones were
thrown from a dog cart at Esquimalt.
The former had his right leg broken.
The Japanese wrestler, Soraohi,
challenges Cameron for a mixed match
for (1,000 a aide.
Wilkinson Richards, working in the
Vancouver Goal Co.'s colliery, had hie
back broken by falling between the
cage and shaft
tona
New Steamboat Compear,
It is understood, says an exchange,
that Captain Irving and Messrs. Barnard, M. P., and Mara, M. P., will
join the Columbia river transportation
company and embirk in steam boating
on the Columbia. It is (heir intention
to ship at once tho machinery of the
stoamer Skuzzy, and possibly Uter on
that of some of the other boats now
lying idle at Kamloopi. The Skuwey
machinery is powerful and will be
placed in a boat capable of making
three trips a week between Revelstoke
and Sproat's Landing. The new company will be a strong one, and will be
welcomed by the business men of
Revelstoke, as well aB tho miners of
Kootenay Lake.
 HI
Clever Valley School.
The examination of the Clover Valley school was held on the 28th alt.,
in tho presence of Trustees A. Murphy,
J. McCallum and George Boothroyd
and a goodly number of visitors. The
examination reflected great credit both
on the part of the teacher, J. A. McLean and pupils. In deportment
twelve pupils received over ninety-
five per cent, and of these six obtained 100 per oent, The rolls of honor
were awarded to Masters John McCallum for deportment, S. W. Boothroyd for proficiency, and Thomas D.
Shannon for punctuality and regularity. Badges were also presented to
those who obtained over 05 per cent.
At the close of the examination Trustees Murphy and Boothroyd complimented teaoher and pupils npon the
excellent progress made and hoped all
would on joy their well earned holidays.
Mr. McLean, the teaoher, hu given
the greatest satisfaction to everyone
throughout the district since he took
the school in chargo, aud the trustees
consider themselves very lucky in having secured the services of such an excellent man.—Com, f
s
THE
DAILY   COLUMBIAN
FUBLUHBD
■Every AfleraMB except Bandar,
BYTES
■K-EHSTDSr-Bl-D-Sr       BBOTHUBS,
At tbelr Sloam   Printing EslabllRh-
menl, Columbln Btreet,
BV    MAIL:
Por 12 monthi- 88 00
For 6 liionthH 4 25
Por S months 2 25
DELIVERED IN THE OITY:
(-or 12 months $10 0C
For BiHimihn    6 26
Per month      W
Per week,      25
payment In all owes (except tor weekly
ratu) to h» made In advance.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
l-MK-ii every WeilneMluy Mornlnt-;.
I nillvored lu the City, per year. SS.00
Mailed, per year. 2.00
Mailed, 6 mouths  1.25
giiil-j British Columbian
Monday I'venlng, .Inly H, I8HD.
Under  tlio  Dominion   electoral
franchise act nnd iiraonclments- the
revision of voters for tho Dominion
elections takes placo   this year, tlie
revising  officer'*   beginning    their
duties on or na soon a-s possible after j
the first of Juno,, tho first   work in
order being the  comparing   of the
last revised list with tlie Inst assessment rolls. Tne work bus been already
commenced by the   revising  officer
for this electoral  district,   Mr. A,
J. McColl, and everyone,   both   in
the city ami district, should take a
lively intorest in   seeing   that their
own and neighbors' mimes are properly registered.    Section 33 of   tlie
amendment act  of   188G   provides
thut the various   municipal   assessment rolls shall bo taken as evidence
of those whose names   aro  entitled
to bo entered on the revising lists,
"with all tho information  that he
(the revising oflicer) can obtain from
that or  any   other   source."   The
first and the last revision undor tho
act, as, most of our renders will recollect, was held in   1886,   and tho
increase of porsons qualified to vote
under tbo act must  bo very  large
sinco that  elate.   No  one   who is
qualified should fail to take   advantago of his right to have   bis name
entered on the revised  lists, which
aro in courso   of   preparation,   and
which accovrting to the act, must bo
certified and published not later than
tho first  day   of   September,   and
finally  rovised  nnd   certified  and
published not later   than   tlie   first
of   November.      The   qualification
under tlie franchise aot, as is ganer-
nll known, is quite comprehensive,
embracing nearly every male white
porson    in    tliis   province,   being
twenty-one years of ago and a British
subject by birth   or naturalization
under one or   other oE the following heads: Property owners in cities
(to tho valuo of $300) towns ($200),
villages  ($160)i townships ($160);
income (6300  per annum); sons of
farmers j   sons of   persons   owning
and occupying veal estate in cities
and towns j tenants of any rt-ai property who have paid ono your's rent
at as high a rate as $2 per montli
or au annual rental of S'20 ; tenants
renting any property assessed high
enough   to   qualify tho owner as a
voter j fishermen  owni ng land or
personal   properly of the value of
3(150.    In   addition   to lho above
qualifications, every person in this
province who, under the special provisions of the act applying to British Ool um bin   ami   Prince Edward
Island, registered as a -'provincial
voter" on tho last revised Dominion
list will continue to bo qualified to
vote, without any other qualification,
sn long as his qualification as n provincial voter continues.   Tub Ool
UMBJAN has already called attention
to tho fact of the revision of tho Dominion voters' lists this year; but,
considering tbe general disposition
to carelessly overlook or supinely
neglect the important duty of com-
corapletiug one's qualification for ox-
ercising tlio franchise, it would bi.
an excellent idea if a number of
patriotic persons in this city and in
tho various polling divisions throng*
out lhe district would make it their
special bushics** to sc3 that everyone
who is otherwise qualified gets his
name   on  the rovised  voters' list.
Vancouver, is already "looking alive"
in tuis m-vtter.    If the royal city
doesn't hustle, it will get left.
whom the particular cfl'ort may be
directed; but tho newspaper reaches
out in every direction, and carries
its iufiuenco to hosts of unknown
ami unsuspected watchers of opportunities.   Among shrewd intelligent
men of iifiiiirs, tho character of every
community is measured more by tho
standard of its newspapers than per-
haps by any other single indication.
With a little observation and experience it re ina rl; ably just estimate of
the characteristics of a town may be
reached by   an   inspection   of   its
n-iwfcpnpcr*).   If tlie community   is
a live,   (iiislnng,   liberal   one,   lho
columns of its local newspapers will
Iiu found crowded with   tho   adver
tiscinents nf manufactures, its merchants and  professional   mon.   If
llit'Ki'   announcements   are   absent,
the invoi-.tigu.tor will naturally  set
Um town down as containing a slow,
unambitious,   ub progressive    community.    And without such support
in liberal   measure   no  newspaper
oan do justice either to its town or
to llie ambition of its publisher.   It
is quite aafo to assert that a   news-
puper is rarely found   inadequately
h presenting the   consequence   and
enterprise of  its community,   Tho
cases   tire   exceptional   indeed   in
which  a community deserves better newspapers than it possesses, or
in which local newspapers   do not
flatteringly reflect the actual character of the  community.    But  to
do this- thus to indulge u laudable
spirit of local pride—tbey are very
Commonly compelled to   mako   pecuniary contributions to the   public
good, far exceeding in roluim- what
might reasonably   be   expected by
them at the hands of scores of bust
ness men, who   seem to   feel   that
they have done nil tbat is incumbent
upon them, as public spirited mem
hers of the community, if they givo
the paper the support  of  a   more
subscription.    It is a popular  but
probably fallacious impression that
newspapers are just wbat their publishers    aud   editors   mako   them.
They are not; they aro   to   a   very
great extent what tho business community where they   aro  published
makes thom.    Thoy   represent tlio
character ami merits   of   the   community far more   exactly than tbey
do the energy   and   enterprise   of
their publishers or tho   ability  and
ambition of their editors.    It  is in
the power of the business   men   of
any community to   push their local
newspapers forward to a   standard
impossible of attainment by any effort of the publishers   without their
co-operation, and in   no other direction can an equal measure of  efibrt
and experience be applied with any
liko equal ellect in   advancing  the
interests, not only of lho community
at large, but of the   individual business man himself.
p-aiw gjgrog oohjotuie, mw wgwggg, a. a, july a, im.
yousm YW.-UP- c
NEW WESTMINSTER
Real Estate and Financial Agenc;
RICHARDS, HAYWOOD & MACKINTOSH,
Conveyancers tt Notaries Public.
T03.cFto.ca10 asro. ea.
Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Farming, Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale Cheap.   Terms easy.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
T_.7T_~_T_Tr.-~.    _^r.^~.    T     _-. *  -.T        ■iMBS-i.WE DO NOT SPEOOtiATE ODRSBLVES, but uivo out ous-
JXIONELY   TO    1-JkOA.N.      BfljK**" turners lho benefit of nil our -.pauiul bargains.
COLONIAL HOTEL BUILDING,
HEW WESTMINSTER.
OFFICES :=- ==-=
233 CORDOVA ST.
VANCOUVER.
SI YATES ST,    •
VICTORIA.
SUCCESSOR TO U. Mcl'HADEN]
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FIRST-CLASS
S D. RAE
SOB TO D. Mcl'HADEN]
,L KINDS OF FIRST-CLASS
Groceries and Provisions
"JE" MU MB1 MM •    *Mz.MJlm
Codecs Roasted and Ground on the Premises.   Fino Tens n Specialty,
<l»ly ~——"—COLUMBIA STREET ■
MERCHANT TAILORS,
\iriKU TO INFORM TIIK PEOPLE of
VV New Westminster Uutl they lmve
ri'-o-KMii'-l the hIoi-.i luloly niLcu|>l<.d by
Messrs. Woods, Turner A Gamble, nml
nre now m'e'-aicil lo execute nil orders for
T-A-ILORIIDTG*
Wo make no apology for what our
readers muy ohootje to consider .our
"innnu'iilatc gull" iu reproducing in
tola the following ablo statement, of
the case by an Anierical periodical,
thn Industrial Journal. A butter,
n more comprehensive, article on the
subject discussed could hardly be
written in tbo sumo space. .Says
tbe Journal: It ia a singular but unquestionable faet, thut even the
most ftagacioui and pubic-spirited of
the business men in most communities do not seem adequately to ap-
preciato the valuo of the local newspaper ai an agency of advertising
the business interests and augmenting the importance of tbo city or
town in whioh it is published. There
aro to bo found in every lown a very
considerable portion of business men
who are ready to givo their time and
labor to the organization anil maintenance of boards of trade, or any
other movement for tbe attraction of
outside enterprise and capital, and
whom it is not difficult to induce to
subscribe money for tho establishment of promising enter prims, but
who nevertheless contribute littlo or
nothing to a means of greater importance and efficiency in the building up of their town—tho support
nnd improvement of its newspapers.
There is no question but that the
newspaper of any town or city may
bo mode the moat effective possible
agency in its development and prosperity. Tho-ollbrUand influence of
either individuals or organizations
are at best but spasmodic and transient, but the newspaper works on
steadily aud incessantly. Tbe individual agitator of the board of trade
reaches only a comparatively limited
field of opportunity—only those to
Children Cry: jt Pitcher's Castoria
n-VPTiaa' cuuticu, Agnes Htreet,
1) Enst of Mary street. I-ord'a Dlty
Servtooflul 11 a.:-m. ami 7 p.m. Sabbath
Mi'lK-oiiiiulIUble Class nl ll:!m p. in. All
si'-;!;-free; strangers eonlktlly welcomed,
-UtfV.ThOS. KEi.ld-.YlU. -.msU-ft
?t rETUODIST C II UK OH , Mnry
111   Street.   Ilov. J. ll. White, Pastor,
Services nl 11 ii. m. und 7 p. ni, Sunday
Jviiui'i ami IlihleOluss'I-stlp. in. Priivi-r
Mi'i-llns* un Thursdays at T.^l'i.m. tee'iits
fr<-.--'; st milkers cordially Invited.
j'. PAUL'S OHVKOII, John Stroet,
Opposite Orange Hall. Hev. Thomas
.dilots, l'nslor. Hci'Vices every Sunday
II ii, hi. und 7 p. in. Thursday cvcnlm-*-
• :V o'clock. Scats free; all ure eordl-
;.- Invited.  Sunday Kcliuol at 2:30 p. m.
nUmiOIl  OP   ENGLAND. J-iHOLY
U TRINITY OHUROH) Hector, Tho
Vua. Archdeacon Woods, s. MARY'S
I'nL'i'rll; lleclor.Tlie lll-diop. Services
In t'd'ii churches every ilun. All nonts
trc*. I'.'.ihehui'i'he-u-ien ull dny for prl-
viin- I'i'iiyor,
pltlSSaYTBRtAN CHURCH (ST.
L ANDREW'S), corner Cai'iiurvon and
UlnokWnotl StS. Hev. Thos. Scoulor, pnstor,  Services at II a. in. nnd 7 p. m.: Sun*
iluy-suliool nnd nil-le-el-iss ul 2.;i(1ji. m.j
I'liiyei'-mcellni-on 'I'lmr.-ilav eveningsnt
7.:10,  Stats free; strnng'-is v.vh-ome.
A flue Hue of Cloths just i-eceived-
coi.Mlstlng ol ull the Latest De*
signs from Europcon Marietta
Mil. J. A. MODOUQALL will uitend to
tin- isiHIIu-,*, and Is n prncticul llioohanlo
of tw» Iva yeur.s' e.-iperience in llie United
Skit.'.-; nl.-o two years ns foreman tor
Mossrs. tlrei'',' A .-"on, ot Viclorln.
Siilia/aciiou guaranteed.
Gqllvbia Street, Opposite Bank of Montreal
new westminster,
djelBmfl   	
0. E. WOODS
Land Sunvr.Yon.
A. G. GAMBLE
Notary public
s, mr
LAND SURVEYORS,
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
CJAWMILL OWNERS, LOGGERS, ami
p others nro notified thai our steel
Tug*boat,
"TBPIO,"
Will bo rontlyforwork abouttho.Mth lust.,
and wo are prepared Io enter Into contracts for all kinds of towing, lightering, Ac.
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
dinysto Vancouvor, B. C.
GRO
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Canadian Lard.
Ooffees a specialty.
A. besBftiSAY, Cor. Columbia & Blackie Sts.
BUGGIES!    gUGGiES!
O ceived up to 4 o'clock p.m., on Wed-
ui'-'dny.J'ily 10th, for tho I'rllililnetinil
lliHim of that porllori of BogbloBlroel
between Columbln nnd Front Streets.
T ndirs to bo marked "Tender for Heebie
Slree," and addressed to the Ohnlr-nnn of
the Board of Works, City Hall, Now Westminster,
No tender will bo entertained unless
necoinpniiicd by a depo-jlt equal to d per
cent, of amount, of tender, which shall be
forfeited if pnrty tendering declines or
falls lo enter Into a contrncl for tho work
when called upon to do so, upon his tender being accepted. In (he event of ton*
deniof being accepted, the deposit will bo
returned.
Plana nnd specifications may bo spoh at
the City Engineer's Otllce, City Hall,
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
J, G. JAQ.UES,
Chairman of Bouiilof Works.
City Hnll,
New Wesl ml ns lor, July 6th, 18811.
GAI.KDONIA A   ST.   ANDREWS
souiETY,-Tlie regular meetings of
lliii As-i'ielutloii ure held on lhe lastTiu-b*
ihiyof eiifb numth, atSn'clook p.m. All
:-'■■>!'''. n aro invited to attend.-John
ISUIK, SCC.
,4 O. F.-COUUT LOUD DUEPER1N
i'\. N"o. 11:101. The rejiuliu- meetings of
iM'iibi'Vcl'om-t nre held at the l-'ureslcrs'
Hull, on tho first und third Wednesday tn
each month, utHp, m.—Jno. MoMmti'iiv.
Sour,, 1». C. It.
Wi;. T. W.-RBOULAH MEETING
. every W-'diio-Muv iiftcrnohn at :.
o'cluclt atthe W.C. T. U. Ili.'adqunrtei'.i,
Hoii'iilii*; SI. Luynl I.oplon In lhe fame
!'l:i:-i'evfiV Friday uflenioon. -Mils. J AH.
CwsimHIAJI, I'resi'teiit; Miss UkBkci:
I'o- lOlury,   	
fi      tltflQN LODOB Wo, O, A. ir.
mj\j* '- A. K,-The rogolar meet*
A j>\   'OB" of this Lodga aro bold in
'V V 'l,.-*Mii.';rmh'.T-'ini>;,M.;i tlictii'-l
Wi'dne'.-itiv!n curli nioiiili, ui Viiiito'.-lnck
li. m. -..(oiiriihii'lnvtlin'ii !n-i. i-oi'.liiillv
in. if l to ut tend.—W. C. Coatham, Sei-.
IIOAS'.DOP THAIIK. Hoard Room,
i") O.ldffllmvs ltrlelt lllni-k. iip-stiiir*
C'.'.iiu-ll meelson Ihe llnd nud Ihird Wed-
in mIiiv In encli innnlh.nl- -1 )i.iii. t/iiiii'l'-rly
iiiei-iitisT-i'in tbe'J2ndnf l<Vb., May., An-.'.,
and Nov., at I'M p. ill. New meinhei'S
in v.- he [n-.i|i(i,-ied nod i-le;-ledal. any (.Jiiiir-
ii-n'y meotlng,—D. Elons0s,Sce.
Imperial Fire InsuraHOB Oo.
ob* XiOJsrxjoi-r.
(M'lTAl.       .       £1.UOO.O()0 m.
Hales ns low ns any other rellubln Coni-
piinlcM doing business lu Ilrlllsh Cnliini-
liln. W. .1. ARMSTRONG.
iljlyOlfl Agent for New west.
Tenders for Loan.
rnENDEFta WILL BE ItEOElVED UP
f MONDAY, irilliilnyuf.1:il.v, DtHil, at
lo'cioi-n p. m.,for lending lo the forpor-
titlotiof the Munlclpallly of Chlllwhnek
Mn- ".i.i nf ■"-.:,in ii ).i ii i, s'-curcdon delieiilures
itmU'i' lhe Municipality Loan By-lav; nf
,S-S!I. Those debenture'* are for -;-Hiii.tni i-m-li
an 11'iiii'v seven per oent, per annum Ui-
■1'ivst. Tenders mny be for any portion of
1hi> limn.
'lho highest or any tender not neces-
Biirily accepted.
To;-.iIera to bo nddiessed to IlieClevlt of
ihe Munl-olpat Council of Chilliwhaok,
Dated this 37th dnyof Juno, A.D. 1889.
ft. CAWLEY,
(iwJc28W Hcisve.
TenfterB for Street Work.
rpi'INl'EUH ARE HEREBY   INVITK1)
I   and will bn received up toil ii'i-lo'-k
p.m.,Jlily8111,1880! forthe
(.ruilliig A Clciirlng «r ForlCHiiue SI.
Tenders to be mnrked, "Tenders for
Fm-ti"un" Htreoi," imd to ht) itoilre*lied lo
iinThiiii-niivii of tbe Board of Works, City
Mall. Nu lender will be entorlalned nn-
h'smicciiniuanlQd by a deiiostt equal lt>5
per cr.nl. of unionut of tender, which nhall
I'M r,,,-fiiii--:i if parly tendering declines or
fill s loeiilei-Into a contract for tho work
wIkii railed upon lo do so, upon IiIh Ic-ii-.l--
crliclii','accepted. In tho event of it lender not being ucceptod lho deposit will
be relumed.
The lowest or uny lender nol necessarily
ue-optod. *
Plans nnd h].eelIleal Ions may be seen In
Iho (.'iiv  I'lii'lneerMJIUce, City Hnll.
Ji il. .TAQIJEM-
Chnlrmunof Bonn! of works.
IIUQUAUUB]
AND CONVEYANCERS.
PIRB.-The Western of Toroulo,Thc *Et-
nii, The City of London, uud The Hartford.
llt'E.—The Now York Life Insurance Co.
ACCIUKNT-Tho Travellers'of Hartford
Lnnd Surveying In all Us branches accurately und promptly carried out
t'Jtj* nud Suburb tin Lam!*- for Salt'.
We can show a complete li-t of desirable
localities.
Farming Loii-ls, Improved uud uiilm-
prove l, throughout the district.
Mining anil other Stock bought and
sold,
Money to Loan on tlrst mortgage at
low mte;-.
WOODS, TimX!Clt& 0AM BLK,
Office, Ellard's Block,   •   Columbia Street
new westminster.
k» x o jst si 3H r.
City Hall,
New West., July-llh,:
djlylld
m® rm? ®j& ire. mr.
ESTABLISHED 18S2.
Jas. Cunningham
COLUMBIA STIIEET, WESTMINSTER, B. C.
IMPOUTBB OF
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Chinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFAOTUI-BR OF
flS-TIH 8 SHEET-IRON WARE,
.CONTRACTS FOR
Iron Cornice Work, Gas-flttlng,
PlnmbinK, Roofing, &c
British OolumMa's Exbttnt
THE   COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO
prepare au Exhibit from Now Westminster for tho r
Toronto Industrial Exhibition
is anxious lo secure such a collection ns
will do Jtutlce to the resources of ihe eity.
Any person in the city orelsewhiio who
has, or experts to have beforo tho date of
the Exhibition nt Toronto, such articles ns
are deemed worthy of being exhibited,
will confer u favor by communicating, in*
soon us possible, wiih some member of
tho committee,  All articles taken for.ox-
hibltion will he 1'iieked and t-u-ntfi-co of
charge to (he exhibitor. Tbe local committee Is composed of the following gentlemen :—
FitJH AND OAJin—.L A. Laidlaw, Esq,,
Alex. Ewen, Esq,, nnd P. C. Birrell, Esq.
AMttCUl-TUKAI- AND IIOllTIt-ULTUHAL
I'ltonucTS-Thos. Cunningham, Esq., W.
Wolfenden, Esq,
MlKBIlAUS AND MASOB'AOTUnE3—3.0,
Brown. Esq.,Tl, V, Kdmonds, Esq.
Pnomicrs ot- Tin: Forkht—tl, Elliott,
Esq., J, B. Kennedy- Ksq.,1). MeNalr, Esq.
JOHN HENDRY, Chulrinan.
O.R0BSON, Mecrctary. dwJlyOml
JUST RECEIVED,
A €AlMiOAl> OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring ilcLaughlan
ANOTHER CARLOAD
STOVES & RANGES!
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
Intending Buyers should make a note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
iiJiir.H"
TUB SPACE liBLONa-i TO
H. T. READ & CO
HARDWARE MERCHANTS.
j.'.i!fti^. t__,e__-'__,-_iai
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Front St., Nsw Westminster, B. C.
itonEKsanr t_,j___-w,      -      •      xtxj*.X3.Ji_.t&xi_B..
Zt_.-fi._-TXT-_-^_.OZCTJ__i__Z2}tB   OTr
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY
,tGK!(!|II,TIIIUI, & AM, KINDS OF .ItK'HINEKV.
MJ <S__.- **Tw-
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
gST The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia."^
dwiip5t(i
"F-tesicl db Ourrie.
'Toronto' Mowers
Maxwell Mowers
The Little Maxwell
Steel Frame Binders.
M.A.McRAE
Mei'ch-ant iuiiot'
BIIAUTIMJIi   IUNU1-OK
Black & Fancy Worsteds
BtrlpedandChecIt
SUIlB5,?AliraSJBVEM.AI12
eor spuing and .summer.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Colombia St.,   ■   Nkw WkbtmisWeu.
dwmh28to
AUCTION SALE
OF THE
Royal Coluiabimi Hospilal
Sito, and KniMing*.
THA VE BEEN INMTHUCTEO BY THE
TrunteeB of the Royal Coluinhhin Hospital to uell by Pnhlio Auction at, the Colonial Hotel-New WeHtinlut-ter, on
Monday, the 22nd Day of July,
At8O'Clock P.M.,
Lots VA, 14, IA, Hi. 17 mat IH,
Block XXXI,
New WcslminHtor City, situate on Aj-iicn
Street, being lhe present site of tlio Royal
Coliimhlan HoHOltnl.
ThlH proporty la very clli*lbly ultimted
on tho upper cldo of iho principal residence stroet of tlio city, nnd com mauds ft
view of the Eraser River eimt and woat.
Tho lioHpllal bnlldtnt' and the -deward's
residence will be sold nt namo time.
TerniH of sale will bo—t-Jfiiv-h-U In throe
monllm and % In six montliK from the
date of sale; nolotercKt.
Possesfilon will bo given lo tho purohHBflr
or pnrehaserH on the Mod of .lainmiy, I«IW,
when tlie Inat payment of the purchase
money will bonne,
Will nlso be sold at same lime:
Lot 4, IHoi'k XIV. New WoslmliiHtcr
City.' All fenced,
TerniH—% ensb, balanec In ono yenr at
8 per cent.
T. 3. TRAPP,
.lyWld Auctioneer.    !
Ml^OBCIlSrBB,"^
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
JPliinet. iv., Warden Tools,
ViSiwn Mo\vei% &c. &«'.
Tiger   Rake-
Sharp's Do.
Maxwell Do.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DOUE WITH NEATNESS AHD DISPATCH.
P. 8.—AU ordors from the upper country promptly attended to.
dwnolmO
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, NewWestminster.
II
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
flannels, worsteds k all kinds of Woolen Goods
heady-made: cloth ino.
___f The only House on the Mainland whicli keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmhjotc
ROYAL CITY
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
MAmJjYAOTOItKRB ASH DKALKRH IN
M i
Columbia Htreet, New Wesl minster.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT  .-IIKVEYOKS IN ('liNBUAL.    I'KKSII AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HANI'.
A"9*Sp<!cial lines quoted for llio -.hip'ting trade.   Fumlly orders sti'Ietly ntteuded
to.   Hotels will find it to tlieir Interest to pluce tlielr orders with the above linn.
(128noly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REIOHENBACH.
p-uooEHsons TO tr. B. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Uncoil, Smisa^S ttologuns, Etc.
dnolyl
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
Tnn Columbian Piiintino Kstaiilisiiment has fuut-oluss fnoi.'.tios for
all kinds of Oommorcinl Printing. Bill Heads Letter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of ovary 'inscription, Posters, Dodgers,
Prico Lists, A™. Prico*- will lin found ns low as nt nny othor ollico where
first-olnss work is done,
9-
luuo ui liuu-^u ami uiuodou nuiuuu
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
jLZtttXZ,  -&.X.X.  K.XXTX1B OIT
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows,
Mon Mini's. Balusters.
Blinds. Brackets,
Bailings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCV AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
TO ARCHITECTS.
PLANS ANO BPKOIFIOATlONB-iYH-L
lie received by tlio undersigned for
Uio iiuildlnirH to !»• oroototl for Uio provlnolal exhibition on Queen's jmrh. SlKti
nnd eliiHK of Inilldlncn roqulreil nnd nil
othor piirllctilui'u euo he olitnliK-l mi
applloflUoti to
THOM. C1UNNINOHAM,
ciiiiiiniiiii I'lirliCommitteo.
WcHtinliiHter, Juno 17, Ismi,       djol7to
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
{Lnlo Piirtuer of Joint MoVlcltor)
MINING KNU1NRKH, II, R. A |*n0VIN-
0IAI.8URV1BY0U, A AHSAYIiH.
Masonic Tkmim.k Dlook, Vancouvkk,
lli".t. Col.
nrHelliible lenoits, underground nur*
vcvh nnd mnjiH of mlnos oxecnted nt. low
rnti-H. ANnnyK miidnon nllhlnilHof rain*
ornls, gold ontl nil vor bars. Thirty yeuru'
ex|ierloneo in mining In AnIii, Kiirono
nnd United Hinii-r- of Amerleu, KpoiiKH
loo liminiiiKOH. Asmiya from il dlHtanoe
promptly ui tended to. Address Vancouver, K.C. ddonto
WANTED.
,-Hl.   THOUSAND   OOUDa   OEDAR
_    llolls, four to seventeen (eet long,— ■
(US'1 JJOTAI, OITT PLAN1NQ MILL9 00.
0
Piano Tuning!
MB. J. K. HMAWWON, from llnuul-
wood A Son-', IjOiuIoh, Kngtnnd, uud
nwny* Sons, Now York, uow nt Curler's Temple of Music, Vancouver, will
iittend to ord'-rn left nt Mr. Zed, H. Hull's
Blote.New Westminster,  Tunlna.sW.
djly-lml B'
Notice to Contractors!
SEALED TKNPBIIS FOH CIjEAHINQ
Iiotl, Itlnrlt 2, suburbs of New West-
minster, will bo received hy the Trustees
nf Royal cplumblau Hospitals up to noon
of July 10th,
Hpeclfli'iitloiis of above work mny bo
ssou at OLO W A MAOLURE'S otllce/
djly8td VOLUME VII-NO. G.
DAILY liamSU OOLUMOlAl*, MEW WESmiNOTR, B. 0., JULY 8, mi).
FAMILY PLEASURES.
How to Make Home Life Enjoyable to tho Old and Young.
j
t
ltcci-uiitluits und Amu sci) ■ on Is fur Leisure
Hours—How l'nrt'iil'i Can   Croute  a
Closo ilund of Sympathy Iletwoen
Themselves aud Their Children.
Perhaps tho greatest general need of tho
American peoplo is a better provision for
recreation s, or amusements, in tho homo
circle. Wo llvo too much in public, truthfully remarks tho editress of tho Ladles'
Homo Journal. Ouv men, absorbed in
monoy-setting or politics, regard their domestic lii'o an a secondary mattor. Our
women; if not domestic drudges, and those
are comparatively rare, aro devoted to tho
verge of dissipation to benevolent and religious work, or to tho claims of society
Even children arc led to regard every phase
of lifo moro important, and fuller of enjoyment, than any thing connected with tho
privacy of home.
American character is thus to a great ox*
tont developed iu an atmosphere of excitement, and nourished with tho artificiality
pertaining toan existence curried on boforo
lho oyos of tho world. It Is to this many
fimlls yi American manners, and perhaps
ulso in American morals, aro no doubt duo,
Wo need tbo peculiarrollning Influence to
bo obtained only from a simple, yot olevated
nnd attractive, homo life,
Enjoyment puro and simple orrolaxatlon
from serious occupations ia an inherent demand of human naturo. And it is neoded
by mon anil women, as well as by children,
All work and no play makes John a dull
mun as Inevitably as It makes Jaok a dull
hoy. Most peoplo realize tliis fact, only to
look away and beyond them for pleasures
which aro oithor impossible for thom to ob*
tain, or having been obtained, prove unsatisfactory. At the samo timo tho best of all
delights may lie unnoticed nt their foot.
Again circumstances compel somo families to livo lives isolated from what is called
"society." In thoir "idlo hours" they must
do without tho joys of companionship, or
find them in thoirownbomecircles. Blessed
is tho family that is ablo to discover thopuro
happiness which oven apparefltly narrow
livos afford.
Homo pleasures as a rulo should be thoso
in which ovory member ol tho family can
partake. Thoy Bhould bo emphatically simple pleasures, such as require loving caro
and thought for othors, rather than tho expenditure of wearisome labor or much
money. Thoy should ba pleasures which
koop tho mind active, bringing healthy satis faction without daugcr of dissipation or
of enervating satiety. Finally tboy should
bo sufficiently varied to suit humau uaturo'i
[ love of change.
A pleasure easily obtained, dud almost
universally agreeable, is to bo found iu
reading al uud from nu entertaining book of
travels, an interesting story, or a book in
which humor Is largely intermingled. Nor
is it strictly necessary that a book should
bo well read ia order to give pleasure. Yet
ou tho other baud a good reader can mako
n comparatively uninteresting book attractive. And there aro probably fow families
containing no member sufficiently talented
to becomo a good reader through practice.
If parents would only encourage their children from earliest childhood to read aloud
from books and papers they understand
nnd find interesting, good readers would no
longer bo rare, and an unfailing source of
pleasure would bo provided for many
homos. This pleasure Is dwelt upon becauso
it ia so commonly overlooked nnd uhappro-
eintcd. To road well will somo day no doubt
bo considered, as vuhiublo nn accomplishment os to sing, or to play upon somo musical instrument well. And us much pains
will bo takon to develop a talent for reading—not elocution—ns aro now given to the
cultivation of musical talent.
Music is somewhat universally recognized as nn amusement, or moro properly nu
cnjoymeut,suitablo for tho houie eirclo. Yet
us a rulo, tho piano or organ Is opened, and
tho voice is usi-d in singing many moro tlmos
for tbo cuter lain ment of guosts than for
the exclusive pleasure of a family. Story
books often mako it ono of thoir horoino's
special virtues, that she plays or slugs somo
simple music occasionally to pleaso nn old
fut ner.
Every bomo ought to bo furnished with a
backgammon board, a set of checkers or
chess-men, a box of dominoes, a game or
authors or something similar. And these
games should not bo laid away on a shelf
until company comes, but should bo used
principally ns an innocent means of relaxation for tbo different members of tho household. It should perhaps bo said, for the
Bake of tliosoconscicntiotsly opposed to all
games of chanco, that tbey never do harm
until united with a sordid spirit, which
values only money or material rewards.
Tho cultivation of flowers, "gardening for
pleasure," is usually an unending source of
delight to tho girls, and not unfrcqueutly to
tbo boys, of tho household.
Out-of-door sports in which all of the family can cngago should bo oncouraged. Croquet, tennis, archery, otc, whero they aro
feasible, and tho family circle largo enough,
can generally bo entered into with as much
Best by fathers, mothers, brothers und sisters, ns by a largo mixed company, and
without tho addition of tho many social
features too often supposed to be indispensable.
Family picnics, walks in tho woods, fishing excursions, rides and drives, are pleasures especially enjoyod by tho youngor
members of the family.
Besides bringing parents and children
nearer together, homo pleasures increase
tho affection of brothers and sisters to*
i ward each othor. Thoy havo thus not
only a commonality of interests in childhood and youth, but in after lifo a tlo of
pleasant memories connects them closely
in oach others thoughts. To ba comrades
' and friends, ns well as brothers aud
sisters, form a three-fold, cord not easily
broken.
Finally the tendoncy of theso simple, easily
obtained pleasures as a part of daily life,
heartily enjoyed, is to oncourngo a noble
simplicity of character, Thoy glvo a dignity to littlo things, and add a fullness to
life. Thoy develop man's ability to obtain
good wherever it may bo found. They
prevent, to a great oxtont, a craving for
unhealthy excitements and loss Innocent
pustimce. And by keeping tho mind frosh,
1 and tho senses alert and active, thoy prepare tho way for tbo higher enjoyments
, possiblo for people of education and culture.
Simple pleasures, perhaps, come tho nearest of any thing to being thothornlcss roses
• in tho pathway of our oavthly pilgrimage,
and their fragrance Bwoctcns tho atmosphere iu which wo movo, keeping our natr
tiros wholesome, our dispositions cheerful,
and our perceptions of tho beauty aud value
.of life keen.
WORN  AND TORN BILLS.
stiiRiiIm* Wiiyn hi Whioh  Vapav Money
lias Ito-ju Lost and Destroyed,
When a small portion of fl United States
' noto is returned to the Tronsury with eufll-
, olont proof that tho ronialudorof it has gono
■ unt, ol existence, tho Troa sury will givo tho
■ full valuo of tho original noto, says tho
Washington Post. Naturally tho greatest
destruction of money is wrought by flro,and
! bits of bills with charred edges aro con-
atnntly coming in for redemption.
But soveral liiBtancos havo ocourrcd
whoro men, in thoir desperation at their loss,
hnvo simply boxed up a lot of ashes, In
which tlioro was not tho slightest traco of
llio original material, and demanded hundreds and thousands of dollars for them,
-■inch requests aro, of courso, rofusod, and
tboflondors aro informod that tholr only
recourse Is to ask CongrOBsby special act
to indemnify thom.
Next to firo tho young baby is put down
In tho department as tho most destructive
agent. Innumerable affidavits aro received
in which John Jones, or whntovor his namo
may bo, "being duly sworn, deposes and
fyiyy' that his infant son did chow up and
swallow tho miBslng portions of certain ilvo
dollar bills, and that tho snld missing por-
vMtisworo thoroby wholly destroyed nnd
are now no longer In oxistonoo,
Tho fashion of keoplng small pot dogs has
nlso boon lho causo of mnny solemn affidavits being sont lo tho department. Your
pug and your poodlo seom to take OBpoolnl
lollght In masticating tho fruit and reward
if iho many days of severe toll of the head
if tho house.
The fancy of mice for ten dollar bills as
luing for luxurious nests has been iin-
Hv-ncd upon llio redemption bureau by a
oilff series of examples. Only a few days
igo several hundred dollars worth of ucaL
mingwuB redeemed fora Southern mini
.vhohadfor many years given tip all idea
■f finding his missing treasure. There
.vas $700 of it in the flrst placo, notes of
ilmost tho lirst issue made by tho Govcrn-
uont curly iu war times, tt hud beon hid-
len away in n place supposed to be secure,
ind had disappeared. A quarter of a
loutury later; in repairing the porch oftho
ild house, the nest of tho wealthy mouse had
icon discovered, and enough of the frsg-
leiun recovoretlto scctiro mora than hnlf
r tiic original deposit.
Alio from tho Soutli como most of tho
nnidy, worm-eaten billB which havo been
iddon In bottlos or buried in tho earth for
ears. Tlioro aro not ns many savings
mnks In the South as in thrifty Kew England, and billing places aro used.
But the habit or using the parlor orkltch-
m eIovo as a oafcty deposit vault is-not
■onfliietlloanyono section of tho country,
Neither Is the custom ofburnlng up thla
rensure by solno other member of :■■ r' in*
liy who is all unaware of ils value,
igo tbo clerks iu tbo redemption buroail
icascd lo declaim upon tho Btupklltyof cm:h
jfioplo, It bus become a matter ol' course
villi tbem, and thoy expect about so mnny
otters evory week from people who have
viu-mcd two dollar pair of hands with 91,000
i/oi-ik uf silver certificates,
Evidence of a family row crops out in a
nicer way in the bureau occasionally. Mr.
Hank fiends on the ball of a ten dollar note
iiht
ycd.
n edije and an affidavit
■omuindor of tho nolo has boon $
.-Vesuntly comes tho other half v.
'OKpondingly ragged edge nml nn nMuavlt.
--mii) Mrs. Blank Umt thu first half hi ■' ■ .1
lo.itroyed. Then tbo redemption burctu
leoplo know that there has hson au exciting
lino over monoy in tho Blank family, and
horo is boforo them a vivid plcturo of
.'Ian!: clinging to-ono ond of the nolo aud
lis wife to tho other end until it parts in tbo
nid die.
Counterfeit money comes from overy part
of tbo country, mutilated probably by do-
jign, with requests for Us redemption. It
Is always indelibly stamped "counterfeit"
and returned* to tho sender. The redemption bureau is not a good placo for "shoving
the queer" oven iu a fragmentary condition.
Thoro is in tlio Treasury vault a brown,
wooden box eighteen inches long, a foot
wide nnd eight inches deep, which contains
paper money of tho nominal value of several
hundred thousand dollars. It is not worth
a dollar. Tbo queer thing about it is the
manner ln whicli it was collected. Evory
bit of It camo from lho dead-letter offlco of
the Pogt-Oflleo Department Somo portion
if It is counterfeit, but most of it was genuine money many years ago. Tho banks
tyhich issued it and the officers wbo signed
it aro gono anil forgotten. It was all cent
to thoTrcasuryDopartinontsomo years ago,
md Assistant-Treasurer Whoplby undercook to traco up tho various banks ami gob
is much as possiblo of it redeemed. Oc-
laslouullyhofoundclescehdants of sonic of
hose old bank ofiicials, themselves h-iiker--,
■••lio wore willing to redeem somo of tlio
iot.es for tho sake of tho signatures of their
nthora-antl in this way ho succeeded in
jetting several hundred dollar.-' worth of it
■edeomod. But of that remaining nut a bill
■an ho redeemed. A littlo of it is Coiifed-
irato money, but most of it is of banks,
Stato and private, that went outof existence
nany years ago. The oldest notes avo
luted back as far 03 1812, Ono package
jontiiined 854,000 nnd another $9,000. Tho
nysicry is how so much monoy could havo
ioou lost, in thn mail. Neither the men who
tout it could bo found by the Fo3t-Office Do*
•arimeiit, nor could Mr. Wheplcy find any
race of them or tliolr descendants. The
ffl.ODO package was scut from Jiiaudon,
Hiss., to Jackson, Miss., in 1B40, and the
.otter accompanying it shows that it was
icnt In consequence of repeated demands.
The most diligent search fails to discover
ihe slightest trace of nny such banking company as that In Brandon, Miss,, which lamed tho notes, most of which aro of tlio
$1,000 denomination. Tho notes aro kand-
■omely executed, as nro a mnjority of thoso
n lho box.
GENERAL JOE GEIGER.
Two Storloa About tho Hellcat Mun iu tlio
Stale ofOliio,
There is another story told na original on
quaint old Joe Gc-igcr, says tho Washington Post. Ho has always been known us
the ugliest man in Ohio, and prided himself
on this dlsttnotlvoand superlative title. It
is not every mau who can achieve a superlative. When howa3 campaigning forthe
Republicans down on the big Darby ho was
introduced ns the ugliest man lu Ohio. His
fume, both in this respect and n3 a great
joker, had preceded him, of course. A
village joker, who was no prizo beauty liiiu-
s.'lf, aroso when Joa waa introduced, and,
pointing a pistol at him, said: "I made a
solemn vow many years ago that If I ovor
met a man uglier tbau myself I would hill
him."
Joo looked at him a second and exclaimed:
"Shoot, for God'a sake, shoot I If I am
uglier tbau you aro 1 want to die!"
Another story about Joe relates lo his
habit when ho was speeehmaking of having something In the way of u "stimllent"
ou his desk to partake of during ins efforts.
Ho used to huvo a private engagement with
bis agent by which somo gin was put in ids
pltcbcr, which ho would pour out as pure,
unadulterated water, so far as appearances
went.
Once when ho was about to open up to a
largo audience in Mansfield, which Included
John Sherman, ono of those busybodies
wbo mnko themselves prominent ou
crowded occasions bustled up and took tbe
prepared pitcher.
"I'll get you somo fresh water, General,"
ho said, effusively.
"Ko, not" exclaimed lho General In great
alarm. "That water ia all right. 1 don't
like fresh water."
"But this haB been standing hero some
timo," said tlio fiend, "and i3 stale. It
won't,!*1*-*- mo but a moment, Genoral," .
"Pleaso leavo that water," begged the
General, in tin agonized voico, "1 love stale
water; I lovo it real stalo and warm. Thn!.
water isn't warm and stalo enough, Fresh
water makes my head ache. Pleaso leave
It.   pon't troublo yourself, I bog or you."
"Ob, no troublo at all," said tho fiend,
cheerfully, and away ho went for fresh
water, followed by tho General's eye, which
hud an expression embracing tho glare of
tho oyo ot a tiger thirsting for blood and
tho look that is never scon In the human
oyo except whon despair Is In tho heart.
The General can never tell tho story
without a shudder, and always concludes it
by assorting bis belief that it was a job put
up on him by Sherman.
Ridding n Houso or Huts.
An Interesting, not to Buy valuable, discovery hus been mndo by Captain Woodln,
n chnrgo of tho Smithsonian IiiBtituio at
-Vashington. Tho building Is Infested by
■ats, and how \p got rid of thom hat-long
icon a perplexing question. Traps were
tso'i; but nothing would tempt tlio rodouta
o enter. Iu a store-room drawer was
filmed a quantity of sunflowoi- seeds, Used
is food for somo of the birds. Into this
Iriiwortuo rats gnawed thoir way, n fact
.vbich led tho Captain to experiment wilh
ilicm as bait in tho trap. Tliorcaultwns
that tho rots can't bo kopt out, A trap
which appears crowded with bIx or eight
•ats is found somo mornings to hold ilftean.
I'liey uro turned into tlio cages containing
.veasels and minks. Tho lattor will kill a
■at absolutely almost boforo ouo can see It,
io rapid ore Its movements, Tbe weasels
ire a trifle slower, but none of tbo rats oa-
■apo thorn.
How Opium la Secured.
Opium Is gotten by cutting tho enpaulo of
tho poppy flower with a notched Iron instrument at sunrise, nud by the next morning a drop or no of juico has oozed out,
This Is scraped off nnd saved by the grower, arid after lie has a vessel full of It it is
(-trained and dried. It takes a great many
poppies to mnko a pound of opium, nnd ll
goes tlirounh u number of prooOBBOB boforo
it is rendy fur tho market. Ina liquid state
it looks liko a dnrk strawborry jam,
Cleanse
the System
DO
IT
NOW
with tbat most reliable
medicine—Palne's Celerf
Compound. ItpurificatUe
blood, cures constipation,
and regulates the liver and
kldneys,cirectutilly cleans*
ing f he system ol all waste
and dead matter.
Paine's
Celery Compound
wmblncs truo nerve tonic and strengthenlnji
qualities, reviving tho energies and spirits.
" I have been troubled for somo years with a
complication ot difficulties. After trying various remedies, and not finding relief, I tried
Palne's Celery Compound. Beforo taking one
lull bottlo the long troublesome symptoms begun to subside, and I can truly say now, that 1
feci liko a new man. Digestion has Improved,
and I have gained ten pounds ln weight mace 1
liavo commenced taking the Compound."
Honestdb steabnb, Felchvlllo, vt.
(l.oo. six for $o.oo. At Druggists.
Wells, Richardson & Co.,       Momiu,
CAN DYE^___L
ADress.praCoatA Any Cohf
Ribbons,Feathers, \     p0-|
rams, Rags, etc,  I ten cents
ind in many other ways SAVE Money, and mske
ililn-s look Uk. NEW, by mini DIAMOND
DYES. The work is easy, simple, quick: Ihe
:olors lhe BEST and FASTEST known. Ask fol
DIAMOND DYES and lake no other.
?or Gilding or B-onstnE Fancy Article, USB
DIAMOND PAINTS.
Bggi Stiver, Bronte, Copper. Only io Cents-
A COOK BOOK
FREE
By mall to aay lady sending us
her post offloe address..
Wells, Rionardson & Oo.. Knrtr-i)
rNTOTJOEI.
DURING MY ABSENOH FROM THK
cily Mr. Newton A. While will have
ehiii--i' of mv biislm'-.--, nnd lins niilluirlly
(')i-nllci-l and dis'-ltiiv,'.- all m-ooillils 111
coiiiirelloti tlir-rewilh.eie,
ft. n. webii.
Not-- Westminster, June 0,18SD,    dJe(Jm2
iiirtaiilw
[Rtl'OVED FROM SflftllTCH TO V|070HI»]
rg»ESn':> FOI' CATALOGUE
© (illustrated) of Plants, Flow-
«■ and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers', Kc. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G.A. I/icTAVISH,
iluil,-*ul VICTORIA, U. O.
Till! WESTMIN'STEU
JOHN S. OOX, Prop.
I.l.;ltl I'mlunaa,
Partridge Onolililua,
Plymouth Hocks,
.\!$.'K-. : ■   Wl.lt.fltoeB'.kS-il-nl.h
Willie Oroste.1,  Ulank   null Gulden
PolR-itli*.
I!oit,!i!>tBt      SUvuv-llonotlU-l    lltxtl-
tmrira.
Illm-lE, Kelt iui,l Pllt duties.
'F'lUiuuBc Ocose.      ttotten Ducks.
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 1S5S.
M. B. SMITH & CO.,
jriimiraoiiii'i'rVt,, AUiJinii-nf
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Apboinlmeni to Her
MajEHly'-- I Loyal Nnvy, Hie Umiil-
ninii Government, d-ii.
Mcdul ;iml  lUpl'mm nwiir-le I ul the Col*
..ni:.! mi,| i'.-diiiii Kxliililtlun, London, lSSfi.
r.\i:ri-UV--NI:iii:ii-.-i.s|.., .IilliieKllliy,
OKI 1CKS—57 1'oH M. Vtelnrlii, ». C.
i!ii!:Xiii(l
Tins I'ir.e Townsito, ub tlio Fresh-Water
Junction of the
i'» Mite. Above Wrstmt»M«r,
Has just been Surveyed, and the Lots
nro for cnlo hy
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
ALBERT J, HILL & COMPANY
Of New WJWMtNSTJtit- I). C.
The advflntnfloa nml prospects of this
Plot for a futuro   thriving Town nro
many.
The Lund lit the vicinity h good.
There are llioxhiulsUhlo IRON OHK
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, immediately adjacent, ui well ns vast strata of
the fitiosfc BUn-MNG HANI) and POT*
TEKY.GLAY-
On the Townsito arc a mimbcr ef vnlu-
tU'lu MINKKAI. 81-RINQS.
' Communication by land and water is
unequalled* by reason of tbe location of
the Townsito on the Printer Rlvor and
the Southern Railway, while ibe natural
elevation nml lay ni the land can not be
excelled as a situation for a. llne town.
The groiMid is open mul clear of benvy
timber,
Tho site has bueu seldotoil uh one of
th;> most important! Rtatlo » on tbo
Southern Rimvtty. nud v-'ith tlio coin*
piotlon of tbo I'oad, in tlio licnr future,
ttHiut, with nil its oilier ntlvntitugos,
spring into promtneiioo nt once.
Tlio«o who upply early will liavo the
pick ol tlm Loti*.
A clear title given with every purchase,
1'nrtios wishing lots can npply us well,
On the premises, to
HENFO KELLS,
ilmyOto Pnovimrron.
W.C. LOYE,
fashi'DiMi Soot asd Shoe Maker.
Itciiiilrlng Neatly  Dune.   Cork Sole
Work a S|teelalty.
it-B*brdurfl promptly ntteuded m.
curt-no.. St., inreurof Colonial Hotel, i)H-.t lo Kami BroB.' olllco.  dneltc
■£*»j3^SS3E3:03Mj(XSI3LiM
DRESS MAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(Latk ok Knc-lasdj
Cornel ot Ohurch uud Columbia Street*-
NKW WEHTMINHTKH.
■H-Hattsfaction gunmhlucd,    dwiWic
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOUGALL
CCll.U.MI'.lA   BTBEET,
New Westminster, B. C.
aal- .Sutls'iiclliiu inmnciiei'il.       ilaiilliU'
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH  MILK
Delivered Pally tn Cimlnmcta In all purls-
nf ih'-CUy.
Hotels antl Itesl'iuirantH t-upi-ltt'l al Bpo-
FRESH EGGS
Itdlvered nt. Markol■ Rales.
diilera left   nt M.   SlKCJ-AIR'a Will  be
promptly utiended lo.
tVKAVER -t WOODWARD,
djol'lyl I'roprielor--.
Service Bull.
THE THOHOUGH-BnED STOKE-I'OGIS
JERSEY BOLL,
"Governor Moody"
Will stand for servico this season at Pel-
hum Dairy. New Westminster, where the
beautiful i-et bf this superb nnlma! can bo
seen and Inspected.
A few calves for mile. Terms reason-
"'JlL,' T. CUNNINGHAM,
Ralph Booth, Prowictor.
Manager. dmy'-rito
Corbett & Kennedy,
■IHANOKAClTUltEllS  OK
TiN, COPPER & SliEET-SROH
-w .A. "ra x:..
•ffKIMTEK'S RtOCK (UI'-STAIItS),
Front Stiu'et,       Nkw Wk-stminstbu.
HAVING 30ST OPENED IN* THE
uliove line, we respectfully *-i-H'-lt u
share of Ihu trade, nnd trust by careful
ui tent ton to orders and moiiGi-nte charges
to merli tbo same. Experienced workmen! salisfnotIon guaranieod.
Estimates(uriilshedforGnlvanis-ed iron
Cornice, Hoofing, Plumbing, Gas-ailing,
Stenm und Hot Water Heating, &e.
uw Enirunce lo promises en Mary St.,
In ronrof Bank of B. O, dwmhOUi
IP YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
[CIGAR, ASK FOR THK
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
-^MAINLAND.
*5"rhey nre not only iniulo of the
Choicest TolMWCO hut thoy are of
Home iHamiliK-tur'-. ami should he
patronised by all good citizens,
WM. TIETiEN, Manufacturer,
UOLllIlOOIi DUILDINO,
GOLUMOIA STREET, HEW WESTMINSTER.
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
 ALSO—
A WEIi-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRY COODS
ANO FURNISHINGS.
AT THE  LOWEST PRICES.
LltNDBOHM'B BLOCK,
<:<i!iiuitili! Street,       Kc. "Vcstmhislcr.
nolihvly
Notice to Contactors,
SEALED TENDERS WILL BE UE-
iieivnl bv the lion. Chief Commissioner of Lands und Works np to noon of
W'lbiesdny, lllili .inly, fm- mlilltlons und
niloratloiistoiho Provincial insane Asylum, at New Westminster.
Eileli lender mutt lm iieeuinpanted by
uu nccoptod bank elici-ue for ii sum equal
to five per 0611L Of Utonmoiinl uf Ibe lender, made piiyublelolbe lion. Chief Coin*
inlflfeloner of Lands and Works. In tbo
eventot ftoontrnot hotng lot the chi-quo
will bi» relitlned us pint sneurlty for Ibe
dttnpdifnrmanootif tbe work. Tboehoftuo
will in* returned lo niisueer-.-ifui eonipo-
tltors, lull- will he forfeited liy nny bidder
who may decline to oXCOlllea eontruel If
ealli'ilupon In do no.
Plims nnd speellleul Inns eim lie seen and
forms for tender obtained ut tlio office or
Geo, W. (Irani, Esq., Arehlle. I, New West
ml lister, or at, Hie olllco of ihe under-
slKtied,
Tlie lowest or any tender nol neccssurily
ncooptoil.
W. ft. GOTtE,
survcyor-aeucml.
Lands end Works Department,
Vletorlii.BO., mill .tune, 18S!\
22|edBW
Uorth British k Mercantile
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
dnpitai,   •   S15,ooo,<ioo.oo
Sill ilbod Onjiluill, m "i *l«l l>-.v, !SS",
Bls.BOO.WO.  Into Plllul nml Rosorvo,**,'
2l'',7*l).   Nt-1 l'n'lnlllliis, ISSS, $',01H,II30.
OF LONDON.
cniiiiiu,   -   $11,73:1,000,00
RATES   AS    LOW   AH   ANY   OT1IEK
COMPANIES II01NII  IH'StNESS
IN BU1TI8II COLUMBIA.
T. Gr. TJLQTT&S
Agent lop New Westminster City
ud District. tljcMto
Kindergarten School.
Mim DBUMMOND WILL OPEN THE
above for children from ilyenrsof
iige.Juno 10111,1880.
TssntuB—88 per month.
Carnarvon Btreet. directly opposite tbo
ProHlivlerluo   CJnireli,   Nc,  Wi*simln-
Btor.B. U. dJt'Sml
VANCOUVER CITY
FoundryiMachineWorks
rpHE PROPBIBTOIW OF THESE
1 works have much pleasure In notifying their friends and lhe publle thai lliey
ure now prepared to receive and promptly
excmile nuv orders for work hi llielr line
with whioh tbey may be favored,
A. IHcKELVIfi.
Meehauleul Manager,
Van eon ver, |l.(*.,Mb May, 1888.
dwmyiato
IT IH AN UNOKNIAl'l.H PACT TBAT
O J&. 3EC "XT -E3 3E&' S
Temple of Music I
T> tlio Plnco lo Buy I'lrst-I.'lnss
PIANOS ™ ORGANS
Al Filch I'rta's mid Terms u< will Hull.
Any neilflbimblo Buy"",
Por prices nml terms, npply lo CAB-
TEll'H TEMPLE OF MUSIC..
VtllirouviT. II. ('.
280 Hinllni't Bt. West. ilnpllllii
BRACKMAN & KER,
MAKUFAerOllElia  OF
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Proccis,
^•ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILLS at Norllt Santilcli.
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE! Viclorln.
dmhiSme
830-33'- C0KII0Y.I STItEKT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers and Oealcrs in
JVfACHINERY
OK ALIi IIFsmilTJONS.
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
dwdeaile
Canadian Pacific Railway,
PACIFIC DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTSOM.
OWNERS AND SIASTEIt** OF VES-
Kelsmid other Craft liivvlgallli** the
Fraser Itiver nre eiinllo-ied to kcepwilliln
tho Buoys painted Bed a 'I Whit", respectively, ut Hie Missi-m BridL-c,usdui-
iiii* Ibi'er.usliiK-lliin of Iho llrldae. iinvi-
iraMon between lho bunks of tlio Blver
mul tlm Buoys Is duni'ei'oii:',owinj'lopllos
being driven thoro.
H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent.
Vancouver, 11. C.,7lb Muy, 1881). dmyfile
ISrOTICB.
NOTIOKIS HBUfiBY OIVEN THAT
BO days after date we intend mnttln-f
applleallou lotboohlcf Commissioner of
Landi-mid Works for a lease for ilmlier-
Ing-purposbs of ihe fotlowiiip liescrlbod
lands, sltuuted In Suywurd DffliHoi, Vancouver Island:
Commencing at a stake placed on the
west shore of a smnll Inke due soutli of
Lol fi , saywurd Distriot, ulioiit one mile
irom f-ontli end of suid Inke: thein-e west
3211 eliulns. tbence smith ■!(« ehalns, I lionee
east fit;0 ehaJns, thence north 180 obnlna.
thonco wesiTtSJO olinihs, thonco smitli 'Jit)
chnlns, thenco oust till chains, more or
less, to Hie above-mentioned bike, thenee
meandering iiIom- slioi-e of snld hike to
plne-nf domnioncomont,—containing about :iot():ifl aores, more or less.
Royal City Pi-aninq Mir.t.a Oo. Ld.
John Hknuuy, Manager.
New Westminster, June 10,188:>.
dlliclm
- T X£ *J3 —
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STBWART-^GASH, PROPRIETORS
J. J. WIL80N,  -  HANACER.
Knit's, $1.00 and $1.50iter Hay.
Accniimsn to noon.
SPECIAL KATES BY THE WEEK OR MOUTH.
t_r Parties supplied Willi nil kimis of
1CE-CBEAM. ilmylnill
Dominion Lands.
TK YOU ABE PAYING FOR YOUR
I Preemption or for rent nf Mlulnjrni'
Clrii-*hii( Lund, or iitiyiug Farm, Mining
oniny l'in-1 from tlie Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
But pay tn 930X6-XX* und save a
lm-'-'-discount.
Berlp can ho obtained In Inruoorsinall
qunntlMes from
ALL0WAY &  CHAMPION
33JLXTXCXaiZS,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OU  FROM
Til EC I1AVK OK KlilTISH C0LVMBU,
NEW  WESTMINSTER
ilwmiidlc _____
KST,U1!,!S!!KIV 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
"i-iurl! lip|io»ltt< Hit' Colonial Hotel,
N1!W WRaTMINSTER
rpHE  LARGEST   AND   CHOICEST
J_ ' Msortmeiit of nil descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on ham), and supplied to Fam-
Mies, Restaurants, nud Ste-iniho/its ut tho
LOWEST POSSIBLE PMOKS,
Oanadian Pacific Railway Oo
NOTICE IS 11EKKBY GIVEN THAT
u duly eerlllitd plan, profile and
iH.nlt of refeieiic! of Ihe Mission Brunch
of Oils Kail way were deposited in the
Liittil He-jlslry Oflice of lho District at
New Westminsleron Lhe ITlhdny of June,
1880, II. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent.
Vancouver, B. C.,27lh .tunc, 1888, d.ie2Qm
ITCTIOES,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 Intend making ftp lieation tothe
Honourable the chief Commissioner of
Lnnds and Works fm- permission lo lease
tho following described trncl of land:
Commencing nt a stake sltnaled soulh
of a Inke lying east of Deep liny, Desolation Sound; ninuin--, llience :ii) ohalns
south, lhence iiu ehalns enst, thenee m
chain;-; north, llience 1.) cliiilns eut-t, thence
M eliitins north, thence :'l) chains west,
(heiiee Hi chains north, thence It) cbulns
wesl, ihence ."ill chains mhiUi, tlicnce 41'
clialns west, tlienee Inl-ninUif commence*
menl. DENBY V. EDMONDS.
■Mlh-Iunc, 1880. dJoMral
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
LEAVE ORDERS AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WII.MIK.
(llnyUDtc '
J.W. WIIGEB
TJlULEll IN
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
SAN JUAN LIME
Always ln Slock,
Orders left at the O. P. N. "Wharf will bo
promptly delivered, dmh20to
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
Fish ? Game Dealsr!
FRONT  STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
S_T Highest Prico paiil for Furs mill
Deer Hides.
Correspondence llivlte.l.   ft-LTolonnono
Cull No. II. iljaljlo
DOUGLAS STREKT
Foot of DOUGLAS STJIEBT, IfRAll
Columbia sntEKT,
I. Flr;iu;!KO>,  TKOPRIETOR
nfRESII    BBEAD,   CAKES,   PA8TRY,
Ij    Confectionery, etc.,etc.
Hotel nnd Restaurant trade i-ollclted.
All orders   promptly  attended lo and
delivered lo nny part of tbo city.   dmh2Uy
. C. Monumental Works
Con. Columbia ako Cmir.oil Si*.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Ma-bio or Ornnlte of Hest Qinihij.
CORNER     I'OSTS     AND    CUHDINO.
N. ll.—.lust reoelveil-llio linest nssort-
lllent ol Selltcll (.nuilte Moiniliients ever
sei'i,   n llrlnsli Ciili»iil'l!i,wlilrli«'IUI»
solil til iii'lci'S l,iilllii;'('Uiiii)i.'tllionontof
tlie mirsHnn.
ilwinli2lyl AUX. HAMILTON' fat.
TIME    CARD.
C.   £>.   2SJ.   CO.
Tlio Pliio Flrst-olass
Str. William Irving
Will Loavo the C. P. N. Co.'s Wlinrf,
Tuesday, Thursday^ Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AND WAV PORTS.
Rotiinilni;.Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufllolent  Inducement, oilers sbe
will proceed to HOPE and on suoh
occasions will leave her wharf
at 4 a. ni,
'Connectingwith thoO. P.N.Co.'sSteamor
for Victoria. •
-twin IRVINQ, Manager.
T, id BRIGGS, ArciiI,
New Wesl ml nster. dnpltlc
e
J-._.r., THE BTEAMER
^Sl-fe <-0B!-:P/r DUNSMUIR
T I3AVJSH WKsTMINSl'Klt every  Mon-
(j ilnyroornhiR nt 7 o'oloelcfoj'Nnnaimo, vln Va tico ii vor, returnlhg Tuesday,
via Vancouver,
Leaves Westminster ovory Wednesday
at" ii. m. for Nnnaimo direct, i ounoetlng
with Islnnd rallwny and I'mnox steamer.
Leaves N&nnlmft for Vnuuouvor on
Thuisda.vs ami Krhiays anil returns same
uiiys,
leaves .Nannlmoon Saturdayat7ft.tn,
for Westminster direct-.
For froljib! or passnue apply on bonrd,
iv lo T. h. BRIQQS, O, 1'. N. wharf.     dto
V I O T O RI A
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
Ul'l'l'-U FOR SAI.K:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOR POULTRY, ie.
Rice Meal,
FOR OATTLE PEED.
Boots and Shoos!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT ft SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses tt Children's
Antl Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
F*^- REMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoesj in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to sec the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwto SI  Col-u.ro.lola Street.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNCBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
SEAI-at   XIT
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods. Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, &c*
nXBW'B    -Ac    BOYS*     SUITS.
Great Variety of Hoiuehold Articles,   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and  GENERAL STORES.
If. B.—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission. M.Onlen
from tne Interior promptly attended to. dwJeSto
CASTOR IA
for Infante and Children.
"CMlorI»is-owdlsdsptedt-chliar-tith.t I CtlMrl*ami Oollo. C«M*J«tli».
,T.   | WuEtiiiJllHoostMdlcUtoo.
Tm Cwiticb Cowun, 77 Murray Stroot, N. T.
Ill Bo, Olt-r-l Bt, Steeujt, V, 1
TO CONTRACTORS.
SKA LED rnoPOBALB WILT* BE BE*
ceived by the Hononrnble Chief Com-
mlssioner of Lands and Works, up to
noon of Wednesday, 10th July next, from
pcrsoiis experienced lo well drilling who
mny ho desirous of undertakingcontracta
from the Government, for sinning one or
moro experimental Artesian Wells In
Yale District, B. O, with a view to determining tlieir value for purposes of irrigation,
Proposals must stnto clearly nil coodl*
I ions nnd terms, stnto the kind of npparn-
tns proposed to bo used, and glvo the
name of two responsible residents of lho
Province wlm nr« willing loentor inton
bond to secure the faithful carrying out of
nny contract which mny be entered Into,
Rnch Information ns mny lie In possession of the Lands and Works Depnrtment
will be furnished on application to parties
proposing to contract.
W. 8. GORE,
Surveyor-General.
Lands A Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, I Oth June, 1880.   djoHtd
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Land i Investment Agency
(X,IMIT31I*)
THOMAS AtXaOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
GUYLER A. HOLLAND,
J'
HEAD OFFICE I
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, ENG.
The*Business of ALLSOP A MASON has
been merged ln the above Company nnd
will be carried on by tho Compnny from
this dato as a general Land Investment
mid Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low
Rules. Town Lois nnd Farming Lands
for Sale on ensy terms.
Victorin, B. 0., May 10th, 1887.   dwjlyS
HACK, LIVERY, STACE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TU11N OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Special Low Rates.
Dono at Shortest Notice,
Dry <**ir»i wood delivered to any part of
tho City,
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
ma-Stables nearly opposito C.P.R.Depot, Columbia St,, NewWestminster,
djalltc       GILLEY BROS, mors.
Feed, Livery i Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
PBOX>BireiTOB.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING H0R8EB
for Hire. Hacks call nt all Steamers
nnd Trains. Special attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
, Orders mny bo left at the Office of Mathers A Mllllgiui,Commission Merchants,
Front Stteot, New West, dMSltt
HABBISOIT S-P^I*N*(3-S
-A-exated- "Water
{Direct from tbe sp ings.)
ENDORSED BY HIGH MEDICAL AUTHORITIES.
The Only Gcuuhie Aerated mineral
Water ou Ihe Market.
The above will bo delivered in New
Westminster twice a week. Leave orders
With F. O. MCCARTNEY,
Comnii *slon Agent,
Douglas St., New Westminster,   dJlySte
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
O ceived by the Trustees of the Royal
Cnltimbinn Hospital Company up to noon
ofSA'lURDAY, itotli dnlr. for tbo erec-
EALED TENDERS WILL   BE   RE-
rnsteeB o'
Com pan
  , ,..j dnlr. t__
tlon and completion of a Hospital on Lot
4, Block 2, Suburbs of New Westminster.
Each tender must be accompanied by
au accepted bank cheque for a sum equal
to five per cent of the amount of the tender, made payable to the undersigned. In
the event of a contract being let tbe
cheque will be retained as part security
for the due perform once of tho work.
The cheque will he returned to unsuccessful competitors, but will be forfeited,
by any bidder who may decline to execute n contract If nailed upon to do bo.
Plans and specifications can be seen
and forns for tender obtain od at the offico
of Clow A Maclure, architects, New Westminstor.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted. W. H. KEARY,
Hon, Secretary.
Royal Columbian Hospital,
New West., i!7th Juno.lSSO.     dje27td
NOW IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY.
IMMENSE   BARGAINS
—is—
Suits tt Pants
TAILOMNQ E8TMU8HMENf-
Wearo selling the best of
Engltsb- Scotch & French Gooda
At prices away down Cheaper than
Ever.
Call and examine and wo are satisfied
that yon will buy boforo you leave ttf*
store. All work guaranteed.
Also--Agents for a now invention for
Dress-nil tt lug that can be used by a man
or woman and givo a perfect fit.
dmhlyl M ColaMbla Strict.
Io k Francisco, Cal.,
BY WAY OF THE
X.XKTB.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QUIOKER1N TIME THAN ANY OTHER
ROUTE BETWEEN
M.stmMff 15a hion
GRAND SCEKIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET 8LEEPERB
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Second-Clau Pu*
sengers, BUnched to Eipress Trains.
Fiiro from Fortland to Sacramento anil
San Franclsco-Unllmlted, tin; Fit**.
class (Limited), •»; Seoond-olass (Li.
inltcdlJIIS. , „   .__
THROUGH TICKETS to all point. Sotl'tl
nnd East,via California.
TICKET OFFtOSSi        . .
City Office, No. 184 Cor. Fli.l A Ald.r
streets;
Depot Office, Cor. F A Front Street.;
R. KOEHLER,
Manager.
ftrllandO-tgon.
A.sld.F.iF.AW 4
9*U8 $titi*h Columbian
Mondai Evening, Jnly 8, 1889.
A0VERTI31NQ DATES FOB THE DAILY.
I Transient A-lveriisementS,—First 1 user-
llon.lu els. per line solid nonpareil; each
subsequent conaeoutlveiusertioii.ilctfl. per
title. Ad vertl semen ts not Inserted every
dky—first insertion, 11) cts. per lino; subsequent Insertions, 5fits, per line.
HiMUdlnit Ad vert iHcments.—Professional or Business Curds—*.' per month. ftpe-
clal rates for general trade advertising,
according to space occupied and duration
of contract.
Aui-tlon Sales, when displayed, charged
'25 per cent, less than transient advts, If
sol id, charged nt regular transient rales.
Nun-hil Nnllees among rending matter,
•20 ate, per line eaoh lusertion. specials
lusertod by tho montli nt reduced rates.
Births, Marriages and Deaths,!! for each
Insertion; Funerul Notices in connection
with deaths, 50 cts, each Insertion.
WEEKLV ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient Advertisements.—first Insertion, lOt'U. per line nolitl nonpareil; mil'-
sequent Insertions, 7 cts, per lino.
HIiiiitlliifE A*lvcMl*('UirntK.-~ri'»f'*SKloii-
al or Business l':ii'.ls-Sl.r-o per montli.
Special rates fnr'''-in-v.il ii-vleiitivcrll-tltig.
Spocliil Notices, Ith'ilis, Miuiiitges ond
DoathB, same rales as Daily.
ruts innatbeall metal,and for largo cuts
uu extra rate will lie charged.
tari'orsoiis sending In itdveitlM'iiir'iitH
Should bo ciii'i'ful  lo suite wlnlliertliey
an to appear Iii thu Ually Edition.orthe
Weekly, or both. A liberal reduction is
made when Insurl i<d in boih. Nondvoj--
ttsoment Inserted for less limn SI.
SOBaOBIBERS
Who do not rooolvo their paper regniarly.
from tlie Carriers or  through   Um Pout
OHlce,will confern favor liy reporting thu
same to the olllco of publication at once,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Rooms to Rent , .M. Clray
For Sale Mathers & MUligau
Roots, Shoes, etc Wm. Johnston
By-law Mayor
MIEH
DONA VAN.—By drowning oll'the steam or.
Rtalltt, yesterday atOanoe Pas---. Sunday,
July "th, James Douavau, aged B3* a nativo of Liverpool, England.
Tlio funeral will  Inko place from St.
Peters Roman Cat hot in Cluirnh, to-mm-*
row, at 7:30 a.m.  Friends of tt-e deceased
are invited to attend. 	
Tho ealmon catch wns very light today.
Strawberries and Cream, Ice-cream,
etc., at tho "Olub." *
Jas. Ellard & Co. aro offering prints,
&c, nt cost, for this week only.
All the fnshionablo iced beverages, at
tho "Hub," next tho "Queen's."   *
Tho Btr. .Rainbow left for Nanaimo
this morning with freight and passengers.
Tho city council meets to-night at
8 o'clock for tho transaotion of business.
Russell'** Restaurant, opposite tho
Amoricnti Hotol, opon day and
night aOmS*
An extensive bush fire started up today buck of Brownsville nnd ia spreading rapidly.
Tho (llobo houao is advertising
'■sweeping reductions" in dress goods
and millinery.
To Building Society iiionibera six
weeks in ariTiira; What's lho mutter
with tho lino notice?
Servants, &c, wan tod to register Tor
employment ami employers to cull nt
McCartney's Labor Bureau, Douulns
Btreet. *
Seo our cheap line of Ladies' 4 buttoned Kid Gloves, black and colored-
only 50 cts. per pair, tor cash—nt Jas.
Ellard & Co's. *tc
The board of directors (if the Royal
Columbia hospital aro indebted to Mr.
Tins. Cunningham for two largo boxes
of nnpberricB, received on  Saturday.
Tho steamship I Julio, from Portland, arrived in port yesterday at noon,
with 50 tons uf freighr. Immediatly
after discharging oirgu tho Idaho
cleared for Nnnaimo.
Send your old Clothe-*, Curtains,
Tall.-Covers, Ac-., to bo Oloaned und
Dyed at tho Pioneer Steam Dye &
Cleaning Works. F. 0. MuCartnoy
agent, Douglas stroot. *
To-day was one of the hottest of the
season, und hnd it not been for the
lino breezo the heat would have been
almoat insullorablu. The thermometer
registered 87° ill tho shade.
I will sell at public auction on Wednesday evoning at 7 o'clock, at the
Colonial Hotel, ono largo draft horse,
four year old; weight 1400 pounds,
terms cash.—T. J, Trapp. *td
Several inoro new crossings have
been laid on Columbia street, and they
nro a decided improvement. When
tho now sidewalks are laid tho stroot
will present a respectable appearance.
Mr. Moresby returned from Knin-
locps yesterday with a prisoner named
Leo, who has been sentenced under
tho "speedy trials act" to two years
in penitentiary for stabbing a Chinaman,
Mr. Hill, assiatant chief engineer of
the new water works, and a party of
surveyors went out on Saturday morning tu work nn the pipa lino right of
way. This looks as if operations in
connection with tho water works will
not be allowed tu drag.
Mr. B. Douglas, president of thn
New Westminster Southern Railway,
informed a representative of The Columbian this afternoon "that tho building and completion of tho Soul horn
Riiilwry, at an early date, is now assured beyond nil doubt."
A number uf calves got out of their
corral on tho steamer Rithet thii after*
and inado up the gang way un to tlio
wharf whoro a small Etampedo followed
among tho Hpeciators. Tho frisky
animals were captured with Uttle difficulty and safely corraled.
The Victoria and Westminster hi*
orosso clubs will cruss sticks in this
city in tho course of two or three
weeks. Our lacrosse club is practicing
steadily and ir. is hoped (hat when the
day of tho match arrives tho team will
be sufficiently strong to givo tho visitors nu interesting game.  -
Misa Baylis, of Now Westminster,
whilo walking on Wharf street, nearly
opposite McLuau'-i bUcksiuith sho-).
on Thursday ovening, tripped and fell
owing to the defective sidewalk, Sho
sustained a bad shaking up, and had
her arm sprained and bruised. She
will ask the corporation for compensation.—Colonist.
The service at the Y. M. 0. A. yesterday afternoon wns well attended.
Rev. Thos. Scouler addressed tho
. meeting, taking for his text the words
fonnd m psalm 25th chapter and 7th
veiao, "Remember not the sins of my
youth. The regular monthly mooting
of the association will bo held on Wednesday of this weok.
Hugh Breoman, agod 65 yeara, tlio
old man who was found in the park a
few weeks ago, and aftor wards was removed to tho lloyal Columbian hos-
titnl, diod on Saturday night nud was
uriod to-day. Ho was dumb, but
could hear perfectly. Bret-man
was an inmate of tho Royal Columbian
hospital for nearly threo yours in all.
Children Cry for Pltcher'sCastorla
The Ortftmlttn nays: "The0. It,
& N. Company have chartered J. B.
Montgomery's steamer Michigan which
they will tun to Puget Sound and
British Columbia. The negotiation-'
towards securing tho steamer City of
Topeka huvo fallen through and tho
Michigan tnken instead. The Michigan ts a very good freight bout and
will carry about 800 tuns.
A disgraceful exhibition wus given
on Columbia street on Saturday afternoon by two men much the worso of
liquor. They wore mounted on horses
and raced furiously several times bo-
t,vecii Begbie street nnd the Royal
Cily Mills Tho new street by-law
has certain provisions against this sort
of a thiol* Mid lho police should ecu
thnt the law is strictly enforced.
A correspondent of Ihu Kamloops
Si'iiiinei writes : "How sad it is to
think that through tho avarice of tho
uh le ni.-tn and tho shortsightedness of
the Indian, those innocent and beautiful cruaturos ure being quickly bxtor-
miiinted. 1'y good authority it is nl-
luged that a curtain trader iu Mission
Valley shipped !' tons of deer skins
ul a lightered very hugely for limit'hides.
Who is to   blame f
The following passengers arrived per
Str. UiMict, frum Victoria this mom*
Ing: Miss Woodward, Miss Gilchrist,
Miss Kirkland, Mrs. McNaughten,
Mrs. IJ. Dickinson, Mr. and Mrs.
Pearson, Miss Wood, G. A. Thomas,
C. MoCarthey, N. Sibeu, D. Siben,
E. Lahey, G. IS. Sohotslcy, .1. P.
Thompson, .1. Stephen, Ceo. Pound,
(ico. Dorr, Laton Grug, 11. Pybus, W.
Templemaii, Patterson, Miss Ferguson, (!. Clunus and wife, Chas.
Hughos, (!. M. Stout, CI. Robertson.
J. Gilmore, U. Savage; T. McDonald,
.1. Trow, Mr. Booth, L. Tingley, Rev.
Wood;*, Anderson. The Rithet nlso
brought 247 tons of freight.
spjuni Competitiont
Following are the scores made on
Saturday nfternoon tit Brownsville, by
members of the N. W. Riflo Association in tho silver spoon competition;
200    r-00   000 Total,
J aaiiumberlaln,     27    27     lm    m
JHRlmrp, 22     15       :i     -It)
W 11 Kin lay;-on,        1(1       1       0     20
V foiillli-.ir.l, 15      17        !)      -11
J Wilson, 27     25       0     lil
W Wolfundcn 22      H       5      -11
FFooks, SO     21      21      7fi
J A ML'Marlln, 2(1      (l     15     U0
liT-'pts a Call to tlie 1'nclfl*. Coast.
In a letter to Rov. Mr. Scouler of
this city, dated at Whitby, Out., Rev.
Dr. Ormiston states that ho had received and accepted nn invitation to
take charge of the Presbyterian church
in Pasadena, Los Angles county, South
California. Tbo church is described
ns the largest and most finished of auy
on the Pacific coast, and tho climate
being genial and salubrious, will bo
well suited to the doctor's somewhat
shaken health. Dr. Ormiston -vill start
for hin uow field almost immediately,
and expects to commence hm labors
there on thoSlsbof tho current month,
nhandiming for the present his intended trip to Europo and the floly lnnd.
Kurlii!*. Moated.
Capt. Jugors, of tho steamer Rithet,
repuits that the steamship Karl is k,
which ran aground on the outer sandheads, was successfully hauled oft* un
Stiii'Jfiy, Tho atr. Yosomitu and
It tint lay along sido, ready for work,
lill 11 o'clock, when tho tide waa at
itn highest. Then the signal ti> go
Ahead wus given and in less than flvo
minutes thu Kurluk was afloat in deep
wu'oragiiti. The Karluk signalled "all
right" uud the rescuing steamers loft
fur Victoria. Yesterday morning tho
Kiiihik urns sighted by the s s. Islander,
at unohur in deep water in the gulf,
uud apparently all right, as no signuls
were Hying. The vessel was leaking
pre ty bidly when floated and it was
the int utiou of the captain to run her
iu o Esquimalt to be docked for, re-
pairs, but up tu tho timo Iho str.
Rithet loft for this port last night she
had not putinannppoarancoand thero
was un sign of her on the gulf this
morning. It is supposed ehe went
straight to Port Townsend.
r-I.rsU-rli.ui- Ikrinrnlnt*.
A strango drowning accident occurred yesterday at Canoo Puss, whtch
up to the present writing is unaccountable. Tho str. Siolk- of tho Royal
City Planing Mills Co., on hor way
from Mud Bay to Westminster, ran
on a snag in Canoe Pass and stuck
fust. Only the captain und engineer,
Junius O'Doniivan, were on board ut
tlie time, und the captain took tho
bout to proceed to Ladners m order to
telegraph fur assistance. When the
captain returned O'Dunavan was miss*
ing, and us there wero nu means by
whioli he could huvo loft the steamer
arid no likelihood of hia leaving the
Bteamur even if he hud tho opportunity,
it. is supposed he must havo been accidentally precipitated into the water and
drowned. O'Doniivan could riot swim,
bo it is scarcely likely ho wus bathing,
and thu drowning must, lmve been
through accident. The deceased waa
A ijativo of Liverpool, about 'JO years
of age, and hud been in this city about
three years. Ho was u steady and tu
spoctablo young man-and was a general favorite with his fellow employees,
as weil as his employers, who will
deeply regret his loss.
Tho Stella, with a i-crtroh party
aboard, was sent down tu Canoo Puss
thia morning to try and recover tho
body.
Lateil— O'Doimvans body was recovered this' morning near tho spot
whore the Stella ran on the*snug. Tho
coroner was notified and au inquest on
the body will be held this evening,
EX-PREMIER NORQUAY DEAD.
.►k<! of Manitoba'* host Prominent uu<l
Able Public Men Struct! n.owii
by Death.   .
A Winnipeg do&patoh of Saturday
aays: A sudden und unexpected shuck
was given tn many of our citizens lust
night by the announcement that the
Hon. John Norquay, M. P. P., and
ex-premier, was dead. Vory few had
even heard that ho was ill, for his sickness was of very short duration, but
was a seVere one. Ttie ex-premier wns
taken ill last Thursday night with
pains in tho abdomen. A physician
was callod in, but nothing serious wns
anticipated until last night when ho
wnu found tu be rapidly sinking. All
that it wu3 possiblo to do under tho
tii'euuistnnce* for tho patient's relief
was dune, but owing to hia extremely
weak Btato tho elfortu of his physicians
wero unavailing and nt 0:S0 ho passed
quietly away. Mr. Norquay was horn
in Manitoba in 1841 nnd  sinco  1870
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCastorla
ma mm \mm%,M_.
U. H, m i
has been connected with the' govern*
riieiit of the province. His death will
be a great blow to thu coijaorvativo
party uf Manitoba and tho Northwest,
with whom he was exceedingly popular. Towards lhe end Mr, Norquay
evidently realised ho was dying and
mado some settlement regarding tho
welfare of his family. The doctors are
uf thu opinion that his death was
caused by a fatty degeneration uf the
heart.
The deceased, ns already st.iied, wus
n nativo uf Manitoba and win recognized ns a Scotch half-brood. Frum
his youth towards manhood ho was a
bright young man and nu apt scholar.
Mo received his education at St.
John's Academy under Bishop Anderson whero ho won a scholarship in
1854, when 18 years of age. He was
brought up in thoparishof St. Andrews
and followed tho avocation in funning.
In 1802 he married Elizabeth, socmid
daughter of George Setter, of Poplar
Point, BomoSO miles west "f Winnipeg. John Norquay wasoarly destined
to become a public mnn. During the
troublous times of ISO'.) 70 his discussions of the olloirs of his nativo province—then known ns tho Red Rivor
Valley—Which was oxtromely moderate, brought him itilu no! ice. Ho
mauagod to secure und fur many years
maintained tho confidence of both
parties. Ou tho formation of tbe lirst
cabinet after the purchase by Canada
of tho Northwest, Mr. Not quay occupied the position of minister of
public works and agriculture from
December, 1871, until July, 1874. In
March, 1875, ho was ngain sworn in ns
a molnbor of tho government as provincial socrotary, which office he held
until Muy, 1870, when ho wus appointed minister uf public works. In
October, 1878, in connection with Mr-
Joseph Royal, Mr. Norquay formed a
uow government in which the deceased
occupied tho position of premior und
provincial treasurer. A reorganization
of tho cabinet took placo iu 1870, when
a coalition government was funned, m
which wero Messrs. Biggs nnd Taylor
undDclormo. In thatyear the house wus
dissolved, Mr. Biggs retired and Mr.
Taylor was defeated at tho general
election, Thon Senator f'irurd and
Mr. Norquay aspired for Dominion
honors aud in 1872 wus a candidate for
tho representation of Marquette in iho
commons, but failed in defeating Mr.
Joseph Ryan, now a judge. Sat for
High Bluff, from 1870 to 1874, when
he contested St. Andrews, for which
constituency ho sat until the period of
his death. Several unsuccessful attempts have been mado to wrest that
constituency from him, but his peoplo
hnd abiding faith in his honesty and
integrity, and continued steadfast in
their loyalty to him. Ho wns tho only
member of the legislature who sat consecutively since tha union. Hu was
premier of tho province up to Mnrch,
1887, when a 'reconstruction of the
cabinet look place, Mr. Norquay giving way to Iho Hon. Dr. Harrison,
whose cabinet resigned and wan succeed:'! by iho Greonwny administration, whieh still holds oilice.
Tho demised ex-prom ior, who wns
one of ihe most prominent figures und
allies: public men in the Northwest,
will ho sincerely mourned by many
friends, nut only in his native province,
but throughout tho Dominion, whoso
sympathies will bo extended to the
sorrowing widow and large family of
livo sous and two daughters that he
leaves behind.
Dr. Child's Pile Ointment instantly relieves and permanently cures Piles, Pruritus nud all hot und itching sores and
eruptions. N. W. agenta, 1). B. Curtis
k Co. dmy28yl
"-Vctm Baby waa aick, we gavo hor Ce-atorln,
Whon alio wh a Child, she ct-iod for Castoria,
When she Tjccaine Mias, abo chin-* to Cnatoria,
Whoa oha Ud Children, sho cava tieni Cutoria
Streets & Sidewalks Bylaw
A "fly-Zon* for .Regulating Streets und
SlduwuUis ttnd Tj-rt/Jic thereon.
WHEItBAS IT IS EXPEDIENT TO
make provision for I lie better rcgu-
lulii.!,'of n:reels and sidewalks within the
iminlt-ipullly of tbo City of New West*
mlnstor, and the tralllc thereon;
THEREFORE, the Mayor nnd Aldermen of the City of New Westminster,
lu council assembled, enact us follow.-'
1. No person shall encumber. Injure, or
foul any Htreet, road, square, alley, lane*
bridge, wharf, nr otber plane of puldV
communication wllhln tlio ellyof Uoh
Westminster with any animal or vehicle,
or by any other means, contrary to tho
provisions of tills by-law, or eroot, placo,
or mulnluln thereon any building or
Mnietun: whatsoever, wllhont bavins,'
lirst obtained lhe consent of tlieeotinell
of ino snld filly: provided always Hint this
section shall nol prevent, men-hums and
others from using and .occupying a
reasonable portion of the :ddowallcslm-
i-K-iUiiielvlii front of und next adjoining
their pluees of li;i*incss for lhe purpos.! or
displaying Me ir goods, wares und merchandise, or from exhibiting anil placing
on Mich sptte-'i. their signs, Images, bulk'*
tin boards, ov Insignia of lhe place or nature of llielr Iradcoi' business, or prevent,
the moving of goods, wares or merclian*
ills" iktos-- nny sidewalk with all rcoson-
iii'ledi'.-ieileh Ior llie purpose of taking In
and delivering the sum ; and provided
also I lial. this section shall nol extend to
llie temporary occupying, In n coord a nee
with llie plovlfiionsof Iliis by-buv, but not
iilloa-wlic.of u portion of tiio sidewalk or
street, for building purposes,
2. When nny bouse or building Ih being
creeled, bull! or repaired on the llneof
anv public siroel.or way, or within seven
fiii'l lhereof, Micro shall he creeled u
bonrdi-d fein'c six feot high to enclose Iho
sidewalk allowance In frontof suoh building lo the width of six foet, and outside
of sueh fence u planked pulh way shall lie
Ini'l nt least (ouv feel Wide, If reipilred by
Iho Hoard of Works, for the convenience
and Hcotii'ltv of iho publle* or li.Hhnll lio
lawful Inslcud of such fonci) nr pathway
to plunk over tbo wholo of ihoscutfohl ui
lhe height of Hie flrst lloor abovo llie
ground, und lo enclose mir-h scnfl'old at
llie same height at. least elglileeii indies
ull around abovo tho level of tho planked
lloor aforesaid, lhe sidewitlkuf the slreet
bein;: le 1 free for the piibllouse; provided
thai If, In the opinion of tiio Hoard of
Works, the olrcurastonoos In uny purlieu-
lan.'ii'-e render It expedient that the ro*
nui I'lneiils of   tbls sootlon should   bo
 tilled or relaxed for the time being,
the same mtiv ho modified or relaxed, In
such cuHO-'byllte cald Board of Worki-;
und It shall bo lho duty of tho person
erecting, bulldlug ur repairing any such
house or hulldlng.nnd theconirneloror
Other person employed iu doing tho work,
to BUOllir.l the provision!-nf tills section,
or unvinodllloiillon thereof which may
bo made ns ubovu provided, uro strictly
complied with. .    ■
8, No person shall placo any lumber,
stone, chips, shaving--, rubbish, or any
building  material,  whatsoever, on  nny
sidewalk; and when buildings are boing
eree'ed or repaired on uny street no person shall bo nl lowed lo occupy moro than
one-third of the roadway with any such
building material, uml no person shall
pluce nny stono, lumber, or other building material In such manner as to ob<
struct lho freo passage of water inthe
drains, glitters or water courses; and no
parson shall suffer or permit any building materia! to remain on tliostrcotany
longer tbun Is, in theoplnlonof tho Hoard
of Works, absolutely necessary for tiio
erirllnn or repair of tlio building for
whioh sueh material Is designed; und
ovorv such person shull, within three
davs from tho completion of such building, entirely romovo all such material
from the street, and leave tho samo In its
gofid condition as ttwns In beforo said
building material was deposited thereon.
Noper-ion shell occupy nny portion of a
street orwuy In the milliner mentioned
lu tills secllon without having lirst ob-
tnincd permission irom thoOounoll.nnd
llie conditions of such occupancy shall be
within the dUorelloti of tlio Hoard of
Works. .   _■  .      .   t
4. No person shnll break, tear up. or
remove anv plunking, pavement, sido-
walk, crossing, curbing, macadam, sod,
snnd, earth, gravel, or other road surface,
or make any excavation In or undor nny
etieet, lane ur sidewalk wltbih the city
for auy purpose whatsoever without the
permission nf the "Board ot Works; and It
shall he thu duty of every person breaking, tearing up or removing any planking, pavement, Bidewalk, crossing, curb-
Ing, mnoadaui. or other road surface, or
making any excavations In or under any
such street or sidewalk ns speedily us
practicable* and under direction, and supervision of the Hoard of Works, to place,
relay and make good, nud Io put lu us
good'order and repair us before,lo tlie sut-
isfnction or iho Hoard of Works, ovory
such sidewalk nnd street; nud If the
earth shnll soltte, such person shall
nil the same from time to time us
may bo necessary, und to tbo satisfaction of lhe said Hoard of Works; and
every such pcr.ion,und tho contractor or
other person by whom tlie worlds actually ilone, shall erect and maintain u good
and snlllclont fence, railing or barrier
urotind every excavation made by hlm
in such manner as to prevent accident,
and shall place and keep upon such
fence, railing or barrier suitable and SUlH-
alent lights during the night, and tako
such further care and precaution us the
Hoard of Works muy deem necessary und
direct forthe protection and safety of tlio
public; and every such person, whether
he bo the person in whoso Interest tho
work Is boing done or the contractor or
oilier person who U act mil ly doing ths
wm■';, shall be bold responsible for ail lll-
lurios that may bo  done or accidents
which may happen lo pcrsonsor properly
by reason of I hi: doing of any work for the
doing of which permission may hnvo
been granted under this section; and It
Shall be tho duty of tho Board of Works,
beforo giving ailflh permission, to take
from every such person security that he
will perform all tho obligations Imposed
upon hiin by this section.
5. No pori-yi shnll, without having flrst
obtained permission from tbo'Board of
Works, construct place oi mako any movable imp or door fnr tbo purpose of en-
Ira nee l o uny eel lar or premises In or under
uny bulbil ng or plnco.or any slops, porch
or oilier entrance to any building which
shall liiuny wuy oncroueh upon the sidewalks or st reels of the city; and all such
trail doors shall be so constructed that,
when open, tlie opening Bhall he protected
with a railing or otherwise so ns to guard
against accident.
II. No person shnll creel any canvas
awning which shull lu any wuy extend
over any street or sidewalk al a less height
Ihiin seven and n half foci above tho samo,
ami from tlio passing of this by-law no
person shall erect any veranda constructed of wood or riuy othor material which
slinll extend over any portion of uny
slreet or sidewalk.
7, No person shall hang or suspend a
sign projecting over any portion of
any si reel or sidewalk ut uny less liolpht
than ten feetabovothopropor sidewalk
grade.
8. No ponioii shall Injure, deface or destroy any ornamental or shade tree,
slmib, lump, lamp post, fonce orrullliig,
in or upon any publle ground, strcet,nl ley,
or othor public pluce, or upou nny private
premises.
H, It shnll bo the duty of the occupant
of any building fronting on any street or
lane wlthlu tbo cily lo keep the sidewalk
in front of such building In n proper state
of cleanliness, and no such occupant
shnll place, or penult to lie placed, sweep*
lugs or ashes from bis premises on nny
street or public place.
10. Every poison who shall excavate for
tho erection of any wall or building, or
for any other purpose, near to uny slreet
or highway within the eity shnll put up a
good and sufficient protecting rail or
plank along tho lino of such street, opposite lo such pxoavatlon, und maintain ihe
samo so long ns may be neccs-sary to pic-
vent danger to persons travelling along
such slreet or hfgllWtty-or tholr horses or
vehicles,
11. No person shall construct, have or
maintain a gate or door to or upon
premises owned or occupied by him which
shall be so constructed thai the sumo shull
swing over any sidewalk, street, road or
bine within lho city.
12. No person shull remove.or assist lu
removing, any building into, along or
across uny slreet, lane or Bidewalk within
the city wllhont flrst having obtained permission In writing M-om tlio Council,nnd
then only by the route und in tbo manner
directed by tho Board of Works.
18, No person shall throw or pile cord-
wood, firewood or coal upon nny paved or
planked sidewalk within the city, or saw
or split cordwood or firewood upon nny
sidewalk within tbo city.
II. No person shull throw or pile, or
cause to lie tin-own or piled, upon uny
slreet within llio eity so us unnecessarily
lo obstruct tbo passage In the samo, cord-
wood, firewood or con], except for the purpose of llio same being delivered ut promises owned or occupied by hlm opposite to
which Hie seine shall ho thrown or piled,
or forthe uso of lho person owning or occupying the siune-'aad no person shall
permit sueh cordwood, firewood oi coul to
remain upon tho street fora longer timo
than 21 hours, or so as to obstruct the free
use of such street.
15. No person driving any carriago or
otber vehicle drawn by u horse or horses,
or oilier animal or animals, or riding
upon uny horso or other animal, on any
of lho bridges, plunkwuys or trestles, or
wharf approaches within tho eity, shall
cause or permit the horse or horses or
oilier animal or animals whilo he shall
besodrlvlngor riding to go at u faster
rate than o walk,
1(1. No person shall leave nny horse,
mule, ox, or team in nny streot, alley or
public placo within the city without being
sullicioiitly tied or secured,nnd no person
sbnll halt, uny w'agon or other vehiclo on
nny crossing or fool wuy within the oity,
17. Every owner or occupier of any
house, building or lot within the cily who
shull reipilre to drive any horse or other
animal, or wagon or other vehicle across
any paved or plunk sidewalk for the purpose of entering bis housebuildingorlot,
shnll construct across the drain,"glitter or
water-course opposito tho gateway or
entrance to Ids premises u good und snfll*
(■lent, bridge of plunks, so constructed as
not to obstruct such drain, glitter or watercourse, and shall also place a niece <>f
timber along Iho edge of ■ ueh side of Ihe
pavement, or planking fuilllcienl Io pro-
vent the pavement or plunking from
being injured In crossing tt, or eiii.-iing
sueh house, building or lot.
18, No parson shall drive, lend or back
anv horse or othor animal, or wagon nr
other vehiclo, or draw, push or propel uny
hand earl, wagon, currlugo or other
vehicle in or along any sidewalk lu nny
public Btreet or othor public plaeo within
the city; provided always tnut this secllon shnll not upply lo lhe propelling of
bubvcarrlngos) but In all eases Itshall bo
tlie duly of every person propelling a baby
carriage to give wny to foot passengers,
und if necessary to prevent Interference
wlih them, to turn off tiio sidewalk), or lo
the lawful crossing of a sidewalk logo
Into any yard or tot adjoining Hie same,
where a proper -bridge Is construe!, d, as
provided by the next preceding section.
III. No person shall lie a horse or other
animal muuy post, book or ring, or in
unv wuy across any sidewalk, pavement
or crossing wllhln the city so as to ob-;'met
the ordinary Ira Hlc of thestro-i; provided
always Mint nothing In tills by-luw <on-
tulnod shall prevent carriage makers,
wagon makers, I laeksmlibs, jin-keepers,
nml keepers of livery and bid-lug sMiblcs
from temporarily occupying ibi- umdwav
for llie space of ten feci In width, Immediately In front of lho pivmises occupied
hy Iheni, with vehicles undorgolii;* lluine-
dlnle it-pull'--, or with vehicle:1 from whicli
horses have been unhitched for llio purpose of being shod, or prevent druyinen,
CXpresSmen or Other persons from occupying the ally, If tbo sumo butwenly feet
In width,forthe space of six foot. Inline*
dlutoly lu lho rear of Ihe premises OCCH-
Eleil by them, wlili such vehicles us ure
elngaetuullyusedby them In lho prose-
eutlon of tbelr resjioctlvo business callings,
20. Every driver oi othor person in
charge of anv vehicle conveying goode,
wares or merchandise fn or Ibrough uny
of I best roots oft he city shiill remain upon
such vehicle or wall; beside tbo horse oi
unlinal drawing lho same, whilo such
vehiclo is In motion.
21. No person driving any carriage or
other vehiclo drawn by a horso or horses
orollior iHiliniil oraiilmniH.iir riding upon any horse or other animal, in anv of
tlio streets or thoroughfares of tbo ellv,
shall causo or permit tbo hoise or othor
animal which bo shall be so driving or
riding to go at a gallon or othor lm moderate rate exceeding eight miles an hour,
and evory such person BO driving or riding
shall slacken tho speed of lho horse or
other animal ho is driving ot riding In
approaching any crossing for foot passengers upon which any person may bo
crossing such stroot or lliorouubfare.
22. Thoruloof thcroud within the limits
of the City of Now Westminster shall tin
that vehicles meeting eucb other shall
pass to tbo left band side of the strecU
23. It shull not. bo lawful to gathor In
crowds on any sidewalk, or on uny slreet
within tlio cily so as to obstruct travel
thereon or encumber llio samo, and three
or more persons shall notstand in n group
or near to each other In such u mniiner as
to obstruct a free passage for foot passengers on uny street or Bidewulk within tbo
city, after a'reqtiost to move on, mako by
nny member of tbo polico forco, or nny
other person duly authorized by tho mayor
or nny alderman,
2-i. Anv person or pel-sons who shall
violate the provisions of (his by-law, or
any of them, shall, on conviction beforo
tho polico magistrate or any other Justico
of the peace having Jurisdiction within
the city, bolift-blo tothe penalties provided
by Section IDS tit tbo New Westminster
Act, 1888.
26 Tho "New Wostminstor Sidewalk
and Verandah By-law, 1881," and amendments thereto ure hereby repealed; mid
nil oilier by-laws relating to tho streets
ami sidewalks and verandahs of the city,
and traffic thereon,and nil amendments
thereto, mo hereby ropealod In so for und
Insofar only ns tbey nre Inconsistent
with tbe provisions of this by-law.
2il. This by-luw muy bncltod for all pur-
noses'an tlio "Streojis and Sidewalks By-
Law, 1880. , , ,
Done und passed in open council tho 3rd
dayof Jnly, A. «., 1880.
->--. JOHN HENDRY,
Mayor,
D, itonaoH-
City Clerk.
>'}
CHlLDKEONJdt,
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing effects of Syrup of Figs; when
in need of a laxative and if tho father or
mother he costive or bilious tho most
gratifying results follow its use, so that
it is tho best family remedy known und
every family should havo u"bottle.
Rooms to Rent.
pURNISIIEI) BOOMS TO RENT, IN
I" M. Gray's house, on Provost Street,—
Apply on tho promises, dJlyStc
POR SALE.
A FIRST-CLASS J,& J. TAYLOR'S Fire-
proof Rate. To be seen ut tho ollico
of MATHKHS4 Ml LLIO AW.      dJIyStc
TheLADIES
Ave I'm Ik'tiliii-lyUequesIoil loOull mill
Exnnillio llio Now Sltiok-il
Misses' & Children's
BOOTS, SHOES
 AHO	
SLIPPEES
In Every Style A Quality*
 AT	
WM. JOHNSTON'S
Cot.umiiia St., Nkw Wesi'MIN'sti-i*.
Alfo rocclved-a complete line of ucii
Meiiicii'r- Cnnvnt Shoes, In latest style*.
djiygto
m
ummu..
HANK BUJLD1NUS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
ITeli'pijonii No, 65,]
14 ClARE ROAD, HALIFAX, EN LAND,
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE ANO
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS,
I.owlou anil I.anvnslilre Fire nml
British Kmplre  I.lfe Imnraiiit**
Vnm pantes.
New WcglmliisterDuliaiuf-Soi-I«ity,
Anu-mutanf'tfOfltoc, Diocese of N.W.
City Auditors, 1HH»-, ink? nml lKHN,
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OV REAL PROPER*
TY IN THE OITY  AND DISTRICT,
and other nionotiiiy truitsaetloUH.
Have soveral good inveslmonls on tholr
hooks, and nil now comers will do well to
cull before dolus business elsewhere,
dwSdoly
mmm
m^m-m &
A Pleasing Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows thorn-oof Syrup of Figs, a:-: U
acts gently on the
Kidneys, Liver W Bowels
Effectually Cleansing tho System-ffiiau
Costive or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and pcnnnnoutly curing
HABITUAL OOKBTIPATIOW
without wonkoning or irritating tho organs on which it nots.
Vor sale in 75o bottles by all Loading
Drugglsto,
MAHUFACrUaKU UM.*' BY TUB
OAIirOEHIA Hit SYRUP 00
G^ IB, IE _A„ T
rtuinL a
For the Next Two Days.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & FREEMAN'S,
The I/cadlng l>i-y Goods House,
MASONIC BLOCK,       -       NEW WESTMINSTER,
dwtc
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
Ogle, Campbel
dto
Next Door Bank of Montreal,
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
-o*m^z,"D*B I1T
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTV.
LaToxador "EJEerring's,
"Mlaclsexel, Salt Cod,
Airmoui's "CTnc. "EZains,
JLxxx>.o-ci.x't3 "CTnc. "Sacon.
ario-ar. Eian. Sliorts,
J-rHIGIIKST ri'.ICES FA1D FOR FARM PRODUCE.
noldwly Sooullar-Armstrong Blook, Columbia St.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
Jas.Ellard,Co
WILL SELL THEIR REMAINING STOCK OF
Prink Lawns and is ins
AT   COST,   FOR   CASH.
w_m      aa  ^*r^i*JEri^wMiM^*J^3^gli«»«w
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK  OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES,
A full line of Spectacles & Eyc-tilnsscs hi steel, ruhW, nil vor auc ^.n\
frames.   Tho finest Pebbles mode, $4 per pair; all sights suite*].
Special attmition given to FINK WATOH REPAIRS, Having tai-m*., l.tu
businoss thoroughly from some of the linest Horologors in England, ami stneo than
managed tho watch-repairing departments of u few of thereat firms oil the continent of America, is a sufficient guarantee oi good workmanship. Ponnorly in in i*
ger for nearly 8 years of tho well-known firm of Savage & Lyman, Montreal.
'ninrflps Moderate,
MontreAi, Dee., 1887,—Mr. F. Crake.—Audw. Robertson, Esq., Chalvman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I nevor found n Watchmaker who did so
wollfor me as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry yon are not hero to-day."
dwaylSto
D. S. CURTIS St CO.
AQENTS   a. LAURANCE'S   SPECTACLES.
Wholesale and letaii Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, H. C.
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
Columbia Street.
SINCLAIR'S^	
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS IN
XX X O- XX - C Ij jl s s
DRY GOODS
 AWD	
GROCERIES
Cor. Columbia tt Mary Sts.
BON  MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
I
WALKER & SHADWELL.
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