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AILY
Columbian.
VOLUME T
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. 0., FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 11, 1889.
NUMBER 88
B
i-KfiFESSlOHAL AHD BUSINESS CARDS.
13. 91. N. WOODS,
AHHISTKR-AT-LAW. OOtee-McKen*
lo Btreet. tlauBIc
T. C. ATKINSON*.
sAUUISTER, fiOLTCITOR, Ac. Offlcos-
' Masonic Bnlldlng, Now Westminster,
i, tlwto
m
AliMS'i'RONO & ECltSTEIN.
BAURI8TKUS,  SOLIOITOR.S,   ETC. ~-
Masonlc1 Uulldlng,   Now tycBtinln*
I ster, 11.0. ihvmy4te
I        tOBBOHLD. M-C0LL A J*:\HS,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, e(o.  Offl*
cos—Mnsonlo Buildings, New West-
1 mlusler, nnd Viwcouvit, 11. C.        *lwlc
A.C.WIYDONE'-JACK. M. A ,
B" AHMHTKK, SOLICITOR, NOTARY
1'ubllc, Aa, Oilice in tlie Hamley
| HulldliiK, Columbia SI., opposite the Col*
I nntal Hotel.  dwnn2tn
.lOSEl-II K. QA YNOll, II.A.,LI..II.
(" ICUJ) MI5DALIST of llio University of
Tt Dublin. BARRISTER-AT LAW of
I llm Hliili C'l-urlof J'tsMi---, Irel-niri. Oillces,
I (-omor MoKeiizlo A Cliirlcsi-n Kin., /■'uw
I Westminster. dwfe2llo
A. j. holmes, n. o. s.,
|C1URaE0Nl)ENTI3T. « rail unto nt tliu
IO Olilo Colloso of uontnl Surtfciy. Is
■ now with Dr, 0. B. C. llrown. All work
I skillfully porformed. Rooms MAC, Hank
I if II. (i., Collim Wu Hi, Honm-Hlol-iim.;
11:*™ to (I p, m. dll.vlllc
A!
(i. W. GUAKTi
.  EOT.  OfHoo-CornoL _ _
Clarkson HIh„ Westminster.
GLOW  '•*   MACI.UIIK,
k * UCHITECTS.    'llllco-Room E, over
I i\  Bank of It. 0,,Columbia street,Westminster, die
Hli.LIA 1  ll. KING,
I   *  ROHITEOT,SANITARY ENGINEER,
\\___W. Ae. Removed to Armstrong's Block,
fColumbia Slreet, Westminstor —Room
|Ko.2, dto
Itls
XV. TI1I1IAUDBAV,
AND SURVEYOR ANBDRAUGHTS-
' man.  Hamley lllock, New Westmin-
, B. C,
tlm--lato
A. I'. < OTTO.V,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR. Oflice: Room D,Bank
fn- U. i: i..iii'iiis.*, WrslmhieliT, It (\	
ALBKKT J.  HILL
(JI.CAN.SOO.O.E.),
1/nlVILENGINEERiL AND SURVEYOR
mlj mill   DRAUGHTSMAN.      Hamley
Bill note, Now Westminster. dwindle
«. pm ii;\:>i*i™ii,
1 !"> EAL ESTATE BROKER and County
[Jl; Court Agent, Commissioner, Notary
■Public.-Ac. lloiits collected. Olllcc—Mc*
|K'"iik1o Mtrcol, Now Westminster, B. 0.
V* J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
■All commissions win receive prompt
■and careful attention. Bost references
■f-l ven wbon required. inbl2-to
3. B* FIIYLAYSOX,
IANO TUNER, from   Broadwood   A
_    Sons, London, England, nnd Stoln*
way t\_ Suns, New York, now residing In
Vancouvor, will attend to orders leitat
_D. Lyal A Co.'s store.   Trips Ist week of
pencil month. dougto
TURNER, BKETOJI A, CO.,
MERCHANTS. Wliarf St., Viotoiio.
Agents for Nortii BrltlBb nnd Mer*
■oun'lie Insurance Co. for Mainland. H.
■0. Breton <& Co,, 86 Plnsbury Olntin, Lon-
■don, E.G. dto
Imjierial Fire Insurance Co.
OB* ■C03™**00'_Tl  ■
fU'lTAL,       -       £1,000.001) SIR-
Hates as low ns auy otborrollable Com-
f.muies doing business In British Colum*
Hin. W. J. ARMSTRONG,
djlySlo Anent for New Wesl.
BAKER BROS. & CO'Y
■lOCimpoi Walk, South Castle St., Llvo-*
% pool, England.
1 Bunk BuIldlngB, ColumbiaStreet, New
Westminster, 11. C.
Skipping -and Commission
_3LO*3EI-I>J_rS,
QeneralWholeialeMerohahtsAIvporters
_ Any description of floods Imported to
■order nnd Custom nud Ship Broking
■transacted. Latest Freight and Market
■Quotations, dwau2tc
RAND BROS.
>E&J. KSTATK BROKKRS,
ConTeynnc«ra, Collector*,
Ami Insurance Archi *.,
■foiiicoa nt
NEW WESTMINSTER:  Corner
MoKouate und Clarkson Sis.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Htreet.
LONDON England,
_ BUILDING LOTS for sale In all sections
■of Vancouver and Now Westminster City.
I l-'ATtM. LANDS of superior filial!ty for
■sale at Chilllwhack, Port Hammond,
|l,Mi!-Icv, Mataqili* Sumas, Mud Bay.Lnd-
Itaor-s Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
■iHidPlU River,
_   MnpH and Plans exhibited and the full*
vest Information furnishedatallouroflUies-
THOSE  WISHING
FREE-HAND
PORTRAITS
{For Christ inns]
Should Leavo their Ordors Early with
Miss Linnie Lewis
Instruction In Drawing nnd Painting at
Studio-Con. RoVAt. Avk. A MAUY ST.
Orders received nt D. Lyal A Co's.
dwsolilml
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANOCjVOTUIIKIIS   oic
TIN, G0PPER&8HEET-IRON
*W-A.*a*Hl.
WEIWTnt'.t BLOW (UP-STAIRS),
Front Street,      New Westminster.
HAVING JUST OPENED IN THE
nbove line, wo respectfully solicit a
share of tlio trado, nnd trust by careful
•attention to ordors und moderate cbnrges
lo merit the name. Experienced workmen; satisfaction guaranteed,
Estimates furnished forGalvanlged Iron
Cornice, Roofing, Plumbing, Gns-flttlng,
,e}tcjim and Hot water Heating, Ae.
-S" Entrance to nromlsos on Mary St
In roar ot Bank of II. C. dwmhOte
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Issolssillssg Tools ol all lslssils ssf tlso lest ssisskcs; '!rOBS-Clll, & Halld-Stiw's,
BarbCli Wiro fssr FsJssoiDS, ssssJ ssll I lso ssssosssfsiry Ms'lisi!:! for I'ai-llllllKI
Pulley Klocks, Snutcti Blocks, Hope s!t Cliiiiu sss all sizes; Pitch,
Tar & Oakum! Tarrssd asssl Plain Paper frr iluildmg; Paliits. & Oils
inall colors; Liquid Paint's lis all sliiiles; FI««i' PllUltSrsssssly tossse; Grind
Stones; Wail Paper in all stainns; Brooinri & ilrnslics for -11 pssrssosos;
Iillliricullnsr Oils; Traps of all description*, uud h general issscstini'nt of
Agricultural Implciiicnt.v.
star Special sstteution given to orders by snail.
'V. j. rr_Bj_..2?':E> sa ao.,
dwjly.'ltc Columbia Snuim-- Hitw WEsrMiNaTKft.
^s %.m o T™> Q. i>
GRANT
New
j. a
MARSH'S TUNC ESTAUSXNT,
Columbia Street, New Westminster
Positively ttie largest sssnl liest assortosl stock ever slsosvn in tills eity, consist-
ing of French nnd English Worsteds, Scotch .Suitings, Irish Sos'go, kts.
starPerfcct fst gssai'assteed or no sisle.
nr
Itsfl     9     i    I l%l sL,  LjP \f
■ WO    la    n**SD   BB8B   esl     lis    \sl    ssOBB    B     U      B
-&.TZ   TZ-T-ZZS,
GLOBE HOUSE
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1889.
*m;"*™!S. *^v-ivs<r;„ ir.jL'M1.
die
C. li. WOODS, Land Surveyor.
A. 0. GAMBLE, Notary Psslslio.
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE,
Financial Agents and Conveyancers.
Land Surveying in all its branches accurately and promptly carried out.   City ansl
Sislsuslsisn Und. for Sale.     Wo ran show a complete list of desinsblo localities, li'isnsiing lands, improved and unimproved, throughout thoslistriot
Money to Loan on First Mortgage at
Current Rate of Interest.
Agenta for the following inaimtnc-* Companies:
Western of Toronto, iEtua, Oity of London,
Hartford and Travellers.
OFFICE—Opposite Post Office, Bank of B. C. Building, Columbia Street, New Westminster. Telephone Call No. 33.
P. 0. Drawer " W." dsciotc
MAJOR  * PEARSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Financial and Insurance Agents,
Property for Salo in all part, of tlio City ami Suburbs, Wo also have listed nomo
of the finest farming land m tlio Province, MONEY TO LOAN. HOUSES TO
KENT. Agents for tho Confederation Lifo Association of Toronto, the London
Guftraiitefl imd Accident Co., Limited, General Agents for British Columbia for
tlio American Steam Boiler Insuranco Co. of Now York, the lloyal and Atlas Flro
Assuranco Companies of England, Union Firo and Marino Immraneo Co. of San"
Francisco, Soutli Britisli Firo and Marino Insurance Co. of Now Zealand.
—offices—
NEW WESTMINSTER™Oolunshla Stroot, Dank of B. C. Blook.
VsiNCOUVEn—Hisstins-s Street, opposite tlso Post Olllco.
dsvsclOtc
1, Haywood
Real Estate and Financial Agents,
Conveyancers, Notaries Public, Etc.
Agents for Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
LOANS   NEGOTIATED,
COLLECTIONS  MADE,  SURVEYS  TAKEN,  MAPS AND PLANS PREPARED.
CUD QUI E     Business, Residence and Suburban Property, Improved nnd Unimproved
rUn UnLL!    -'iirm'n!r Lands, Timber and Mineral Claims.
 OFFIOB8	
Colonial Block, 176 Cordova Street, 51 Yates Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER. VANCOUVER. VICTORIA.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A innrvelof
purl.-y.-.tni-ii'lli nn.J wlioleHoiium-iHH. More
eontir-tnf-iiil lliiin tin. (.rdlnary kintlH, und
cannot bo sold in competition with the
multitude of lpwteBl,shorl weight alum
or phoBjJhute powders, Sold onfyln cans.
Royal baking I'ownuR 0p-',lt>6 wall at.;
New York. Sfoly
Night Bell.
CHEMISTS & DRUGGISTS.
Columbia St.,   -   New Westminster.
W:
E HAVE ONE OF TIIE BEST
selected .Siookn in tho City.   Our
Drugs are perfectly puro   and can be
thoroughly rolled upon.
"Our Own" Beef, Iron & Wine
is, beyond the. shadow of a doubt, the
bent preparation of ita kind in tho
world. dapiyto
FOR SALE.
I YOKE GOOD WOnK 0XEH.-App!y
I   to P, 0. BILL01SUAU,
slso28sv2 Depot Hotol,
STRAYED.
AltED COW, BRANDED "A"j hns a
rope riroiind lis neck; finder will he
rewarded on brii-gltiff'-i-.mo to Queen;*- Hotel, docile
WANTED.
A QIRI- TO DO GENERAL ItOUSE-
work. Wages-ja) per month, Apply
to MRS. JAMES CUNNINGHAM, Agnes
Street. doclto
Carpenters Wanted
TWENTY   CARPENTERS   WANTED
to work on tho Asylum buildings.—
For Hire.
rnwo onTiniEE trams of stiioso
i.   WOHKIiNII HOUSES.
Apply to
sc5to   WOOISS. TURNER & OAMBI.E.
POR   SALE.
si Giu-ilcn in the Oily.
IT CONTAINS!« ACHES AND IS ALL A
vcstotnlilo aarsloni Is close totlsoter-
minus of tbo' southorn Kullivny. Apply
to 0. A. KEtLY,
ilsc!2in! .'IsiEcnzle St.
:w LINE
l'ci'fiinK's,  Bi'iislies,   Kponses,
Combs, Toilet Articles.
A ss'oll-assorleit stock of
Pure Drugs™Medicines
—AT—
T. A. slIIJIR & CO.'S
Prescription Drug Store
IJUEEN'S HOTEI, W.OCK,
■Noss'ffeslntlnslor. Telephone 83.
slnplto
Sa  CO.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
—ANU	
inancial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact nil Business relating to
Real Estate,
— AQENTS FOR-—
London Ansnrnnco Corporation.
Connecticut Flro Insurance Co. of
lliirlfssrd.
London and Iiiincaslilro Life Assurance Co.
Canton Insuranco Olllcc, Ld. (Marine)
OFFICES;
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
slwsellyl
THE MEGANTIC HERO,
Morrison, is Sentenced to i« Years
in the Penitentiary for Kill-
i        ing; a Bailiff.
Startling Order issued by the War
Office to Deputy Adjutant Generals in Canada.
ICew Line of Steamships to be Established Between China
and Mexico.
MomuSON BBNTKNOBO,
S-KiiJHtooK*-. Oct. 11.—MortiiMii,
tho Mcgiiiitio outlaw, was sentenced to
18 yoars imprisonment to-day.
FATAL COLLISION.
Bri.laiiule, Oct. 11,— It is understood here that four men were killed
outright and twelvo others seriously injured iu the wreck west of Bridgeport.
The engine with the caboose attached,
nik" carrying about 100 workmen, collided with a freight train. 'J'lm ea*
biiuse and engine wero completely
wrecked.
A WAKLIKi! MANDATE.
MoHTitBA™; Oot. 11.—The British
war offloe has juBt issued tho following
orders to tho deputy adjutant-generals
of the several military districts of
Canada: "On receipt of this communication you will immediately take steps
to ascertain, in your several districts,
tho fullest information regarding all
facilities fur the transportation of
troops from oue part of the country to
another, giving details as to means of
transports by rail and water, and aho
ascertain bow many horses are available in your district at short notice for
the purpose of military transport."
Citii'eus are asking ono another the
following question: What is the causo
of sueh a mandate from such a quarter? Is Great Britain preparing to engage in an immediate war with somo
othor power, nnd is Canada to be unknowingly drawn into the struggle?"
By many the order is considered as a
hint tliat tho alleged iiirieQineiit between England aud the United States
on tho Behring sea diiliculty is not satisfactory, and that England wishes to
show the United States that slio ia
roady for busiuoas.
TEN YEAItH FO.ll UL'LULARY,
Bakmusfield, Cal., Oct. 11.—A
German named Carl Webber attempted burglary on Wednesday night and
w.'.-j arnosted. He pleaded guilty
yesterday and received a sentence of
ten years iu stato prison.
BOUND TO FLOAT.
Kkw Yobk, Oot. 11.—The Bteamer
City of Ney York is still aground.
Air. Frthnstock, of tho Inman Lino
said: "We were disappointed in not
floating our vessel at high tide last
evoning. Twelve tugs are now at
work at her and tho number will bo
increased to fitly if neooBsary. The
steamship must bo brought up to her
pier, and it is only a question of time
when the task will bo accomplished."
DESERVI'S TO   SWING.
Omaha, Neb., Oct. 11.—Samuel
Potorsoti, a farmer living near Sarpy,
ou the county line, south of Omaha,
fatally shot Lizzie Williams a 10-year-
old daughter of a neighbor, last night.
Peterson, who ts under arrest, says
the gitl was stealing cabbage from his
garden when he shot her.
TUK FATAL   FLUID.
New Yoiik, Oct. 11.—John Tceks,
a lineman of the Western Union Tele*
graph Co., was killed this ufternoon by
coming into contact with an electrio
light wire.
WELL DONE.
Fokdycb, Ark., Oot. 11.—A well
known negro named Charles White, last
night attempted to enter the sleeping
apartments of Mrs. Jolly, a prominent
white woman, who ordered him to leave,
and on his refusal shot him, killing him
instantly.
A REAL TEMPEKANOE WAB.
Lima, Ohio, Out, 11.--Soveral weeks
ago the neighboring town of Lafayette
passod a prohibition ordinance and all
saloons woro closri. A fow days ago
a saloon keeper of this oity named
Bonier, went to Lafayette and opened
a place. The town officials got out an
injunction to stop him, The judge do*
eided in his favor and ho resumed
buiiness with more openness than over.
Early this morning his place was bombarded by a crowd of several hundred
persons, and tho placo was almost torn
down and evoiything ruined. The
people are determined that no saloon
shall do business there, and threaten
to tar aud feather Homer Bhould he at*
tempt to open his saloon for business
again.
ItACEItS INJUllED,
Tekre Haute, Ind., Oct. 11.—Tho
special express car on tho Vandalia
fast mail this murning left tho track in
this oity. The engine and car wero
wrecked. Tho oar contained t'iu raco
horses Jeremiah, Nettie and Egmont,
and all wero seriously injured, A. J.
Smith, owner of Egmont, wns badly
hurt. Edward Miller wna seriously,
and fireman Wood slightly huit. The
horses wero ontercd for the Lexington
races.
HEW S'lKAMSlIirLINB.
New Yobk, Oot. 11.—-The Mexican,
Macao and Portuguese line of tt-amuis
has just been oitablislied. The
steumers will start from a Chinese
Port, cull at Macao, the Sandwich Islands, San Francisco, and stop at
Saltan pruts, Mexico. Tho new line will
help greatly to promoto Chinese immi*
gration, nnd in much as Mexico is now
outvying on big works undertaken
sovoral years ago, fnr which it needs
a cheap aud abundant labor, it is
conceded that Iho projected Btoamahip
line will bo practically supported by tho
government of Mexico sinco ih ven*
sols will be mainly employed in, currying Chinese emigrants.
THE fllLVBR QUESTION,
Washinoton, Oct, 11,—The cabinet
convened nt noou to-day with all the
members present. Tho subject under
consideration was whnt stand tho
administration Bhould tako on the silver
question. Secretary Windom has
been considering tho subject for somo
t hue. Thogenornl impreision among tho
treasury officials conversant with tho
silver question is thnt Windom will
favor allowing silver buloion to be
dopoaitod with the government, nnd
the issuance of bullion certilicatoi
therefore, His views will probably
bo adopted by the cabinet to-day.
OTTAWA NOTES.
Ottawa, Oct. 10.—Mr. J. G. Moy
Ian, inspector of penitentiaries, has
roturned from British Columbia.
At Montreal Mr. Dalton McCarthy
spoko on tho Jesuit agitation, and said
that equal rights candidates will sweep
Ontario at the next election.
Cardinal Taechcreau, 20 bishops and
120 priests participated iu imposing
religioua ceremonies hero to-day. A
chapter of the canon was created and
Cardinal Taschereau unveiled tho
statue in honor of Gingues, tho first
bishop of Ottawa.
Hon. Frank Smith haa resigned his
position as director of tho Graud
Trunk Railway.
Another suspicious box of candy has
been received Liy ltev, Mr. Mowatt,
uf Frederickum, N. B., and been sent
to an analyst.
Mr. Thomas Workman, senior partner tit the firm of Frothinghuin *fc
Workman, wholesale hardware merchants, of Montreal, iudend, aged 03.
His estate is worth §2,000,000.
Constablo Bciudoiu, Montreal, who
was stabbed thirteen times by a mun
named McLaren, whom he attempted
to arrust, may recover. ^^
YELLOW JAOK AT KEV   WEST.
Washinoton, Oct. 10.-*Advioes received nt marine hoBpil.tl headquarters
to-day. report (several cases of yellow
fover at Key West, but no fears cf tho
disease spreading nre entertained.
ONE MORE FOR MORPHINE.
New York, Oct. 10.—Dr. Hughin
Southerland died nt the New iork
hospital this moraine from thu effects
of morphine. He took tho poison
yosterdtty aftornoon in Union Bquare.
'•held UP."
Washington, Oct. 10.—Post Office
Inspector Hathbuon has been informed that a mail carrier was "held
up" yesterday by two men and robbed,
en route from Lt-adavillo, Mississippi,
to the stato line. Two registered
pouches were taken. The lecal
authorities aro iu pursuit of tha rob-
beta.
STILL IN THE MUD.
New yobk, Oct. 10.- The s.s.   City
of Now York, which went  aground iu
Gednoy's channel   lust  night, is  still
stuck fast iu thu mud.
defeated;.
New York, Oct. 10.—In tho Episcopal convention to-day tho resolution
of the committee of judicial system of
tlio church for an ecclesiastical court
of appeals was defeated.
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR APPOINTMENTS
Washington, Oct. 10.-Mr. K. H.
8. Gobin, of Pennsylvania, wub this
morning elected graud master, Hugh
McCurdy, of Michigan, deputy grand
master of grand encampment, Knights
Templars of the United Statea. Gen.
Gobin ia stato senator for Lebanon,
Pa., and general of the third brigade
of the national guards of Pennsylvania.
A STRANQB MARINE DANGER.
New York, Oct. 10.— Gravo apprehensions are felt for thu steamship
"City of New York," of the Inman
lino, whioh iB aground down tho bay.
Tho company has sont down eleven
tugs to assist her and take off the passengers. It is feared the steamship is
sinking in a quicksand, nnd great excitement prevails in marine circles.
Ono of tho tugs sunt to her relief hm
returned with the information that
the steamer is stuck hard and fast and
the tugs could not movo her. There
was considerable excitement among
tho passengers. The wrecking company will send a boat aud crew to clear
the mud from around tho stoamor bo
that sho can be floated at high tide.
DENIED AOAIN.
Boston, Mm., Oet 10,—Tho Union
Pacifio office again denies the story
that thoy have been buying fifty thousand tons of steel rails,
MILITARISM RAMPANT,
JoLinr, 111., Oct. 10.—The unveiling of the soldiers' monument, just
completed to-day, was mado the occasion of a ureat celebration. Old sol*
diers, sailors, grand army posts from
several cumie', together with national .suards, sons of veterans and other
civil and military societies joined iu
tho parade. The speakers included
Judgo Bank* for the county, Governor
Fifer, (ten. Palmer, Gen. Black, and
Gen. Martin for the old soldiers.
THE   LATEST HEAL.
Detroit- Oct. 10.—A prominent
railroad man who was iu this city last
uight ai.d wtio is in a position to know
tho plans of thu Canadian Pacific Company, Biys there i* little doubt of the
truth of tho repnit that tho Manitoba
read and its kin.I red lines aro tu be
combined with the Canadian Pacifio
system undor th-.- now programme of
Mr. Hill, and that tho programme
surely means the amalgamation of the
Burlington aud Northern road with
the Manitoba system. Ho gives the
further information that thore ia to bo
a combination cf tho Union Pacifio
with tho Canadian Pacitic and the
Mniiit ilia roads and thus the great
railroad trust will om brace two transcontinental lines. The Burlington
and Northern wilt furnish tho Chicago
connection for the wholo system. Tho
Union Pacifio ea woll ns tho Manitoba
lines to Sioux City, now nearly completed, together with the Shcit Line
now building out of Sioux City to
connect with tho Union Pacific, will
givo tho Utt.r road n Duluth connection, and through tho Duluth, South
Shoro nnd Atlantic, nnd tho Canndian
Pacific itself a through connection t)
tho seaboard at Boston,
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
An old German named Henry Kern
committed suicide in Winnipeg by
shooting, Tuesday night. Ho oamo
from Fergus Falls, Minn., and claimed
ho was ill-treated by his sons.
Win. Leader, Patrick Sheady and
Wm. Turnbull, jr., three young men,
wero found guilty, at Guolph, Ont.,
ot indecent assault upon Elizabeth
Richardson and weru sentenced to two
years imprisonment, onch to receivo
thirty lashes during hii term. Two
of thorn are married.
ITS EXCE1.LENT QUALITIES
Commend to public approval tho California liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs.
It is pU-n-mig to tho oyo, and to tho taste,
and by gently acting on tho kidneys,
Hvor and Dowels, it cleanses the BVBtom
etlcotually, thereby promoting tho health
and comtort of all who uso it.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
BANKERS JAILED.
Six French Bankers Committed to
•Tall Till They Pay Nineteen
Million Francs.
The Czar Arrives Safely in Berlin,
Bnt Meets with a Very Cool
Reception.
Bailiffs while Attempting: to Collect
Tithes in England are Driven
oft'by Parishioners.
DIBECTOBS JAILED,
Paris, Oct. 11.—Attachments have
been issued against tbe property ot
nine directors of tbe Comptoir Des
Compte. Six of the directors are now
in prison for violating the banking
law. The directors and accountants
aru committed till they pay in nil nineteen million francs to the liquidators of
thu bank, whioh means a life sentence
to must of the prisoners. Efforts are
being made to save thom.
"■"*'**" DEAD,
Paris, Oct, 11.—The death is announced of M. AdrieuSubeitTailhaud,
formerly senator and ex-miniBter of
justice.
THE FRENCH VOTE,
Paris, Oct. 11.—The votes cost at
the recent election were divided as
follows: — Republicans, 4,012,353;
Conservatives, 2,340,080; BoulaugUts,
1,037,660.
THE CZAR IN BEBLIN.
Berlin, Oot, 11.—The ezar arrived
here thia morning. He was met at
the railway station by the attaches of
the RuBsian embassy, who did not accompany Count Sohouvalof, tbe Russian embassador, to Kiel, and escorted
by the first regiment of guards and a
company of tho Alexander Grenadier
guarda, of whioh the czar is honorary
colonel, acting as a body guard, he was
driven to the Russian embassy. Tho
streets were crowded with people, and
the decorations of the public und private buildings surpassed in every way
anything of the kiud ever beforo displayed in Berlin on the occasion of a visiting foreign sovereign to the German
capital. The ozar waa greeted on behalf of the emperor. The precautions
taken against tbe approach of the populace to the imperial carriage were as
perfect in affect aa they were formidable iu appearance, and tho routo
from the railway station to the Russian embassy was lined with troops.
There was aomo cheering on the part
of the populace, but on the whole, the
enthusiasm of the people was far from
hearty. Shortly before the arrival of
tho cz.r'a train, the emperor with Bismarck, Count Herbeit Bismarck, many
generals of the German army, several
German princes and a large number
of government officials reached the
station and awaited tbo coming of imperial visitor. German generals representing the emperor assisted the czar
to aliirht, welcoming him as they did
so. Tho two emperors affectionately
embraced one another and the czar
ahook hands with Bismarck. A brief
conversation ensued when the czar and
his attendants entered the state carriage. The guard of honor.defiled and
assumed a plaoe in the procession; the
band of the imperial guards played the
Rusaisn national hymn and the state
carriage began its route at a fast trot
to the Russian embassy. When the
czrr alighted from the train an imperial salute was fired, but even this
failed to inspire enthusiasm among the
crowd who gathered at the station,
nor at any point along the route to the
Russian embassy did they give vent to
the cheering with which they greeted
tho Austrian emperor on the occasion
of hia visit The emperor was in tho
uniform of tho Russian Wybarga regiment, and upon his breait was n Ruaaian decoration, Bismarck also woro
the insignia of a Russian order. The
admirals nnd several othor officers of
the English naval squadron, at Kiel,
wero at tho station and were saluted
by tho czar.
RETURNS TO IDE STAGE.
London, Oot. 11.—Mrs.  Bancroft,
who, with her husband, retired some
time ago from tho stage, will shortly
return to the scene of her former triumphs. She will make hor first ap*
tiearance in "Belle Mammon," adapted
>y Bernard,
BAILIFFS   DBIV8N  OFF.
London, Oot. 11.—An attempt by
bailiffs to collect tithes was defeated
by a mob of parishioners, who successfully resisted snd drove off the officers.
A HUMANE MEASURE.
London, Oct, 10.—The Bavarian
minister of justice has inserted in the
budget a Urge sum to be uied for the
benefit of persons who may be innocently imprisoned and thereby subjected to suffering and loss, in the
course of the administration of justice.
MOBE BIG OUNS.
London, Oct. 10.—Krupp, tho Es*
sen gun manufacturer, his acquired
• tract of land, 2,500 acres in extent,
in Mecklonheim, near Cologne, upon
whioh he will soon establish a second
foundry.
THOUSANDS OF VICTIMS.
Berlin, Oct, 10.—Smallpox is raging in the government of Opnela, in
Prussian Silesia, and tho victuna nro
already numbered by thousands.
WILLIAM is HAY.
Kiel, Oct. 10.-Emperor William
this morning attended a banquet given
by the German naval officers to the
officers of the Britiih fleet at Casend;
he aftnwards attended a converrazione
at the marine academy, and then, at
11 o'olock, itarted for Berlin.
TUB CZAROWITZ.
London, Oct, 10.—Tho Czarowitz
at New Market, to-day, wore won by
Primrose Day, Ingram aecond, Mersey
third.
THE POLICE DEFIED.
London, Oct. 10.--The polico today attempted ti break up a meeting
in Marmora Ialand, railed for the purposo of thanking tho English and
Scotch Liberals of Peterboro and Elgin for their splendid victories at yesterday's elections. The promoters of
tho meeting rofused to leave and call*
ed upon tho audience to hold their
ground, deipite the orden of the polioe to disperse. The officers finding
the poople disposed to insist upon their
righti, desisted from thoir attempt to
break up the meeting, but remained
until tho olose, carefully taking notes
of tho speeches. Tho polioe were
hooted at the conclusion of the meet
ing, but there was no violence, and
the peoplo quietly dispersed to their
homes aftor rousing cheers for the
Homo Rulers of Peterboro and Elgin.
THE ARGENTINE LOAN.
London, Oct. 10.—News comes
from Paris tliat tho government of the
Argentine Republic havo formally concluded negotiations with the syndicate
of bankers formed in 1886, for tbe
purpose of floating an Argentine loan,
and that the convention ia about to' be
signed. The proposed loan amounts
to 840,000,COO.
PLEASE DON'T RESIGN.
Paris, Oct. 10.—President Carnot
has Bent an earnest request to the
members of his ministry that they ro*
tain their present poifolioa and do
not res^n.
BENGOUGH'S FUN.
Annlbrr l'vciiliift of  Genuine  -tmii-c.
uicnl wllli llie I'-iriiH-i,Ut.
The grout Bengough renewed his
•'grip" upon the heaits of bin Westminster friends laat night ut tlio opera
house. The audience was a truly representative one, and it waa good to
nolo that Westminster haa plenty of
appreciation for brain even if it doesn't
come in the guise of a "nigger" minstrel show or a circus. All tiie scats
in the reserved division were, with a
few exceptions, full and the floor of
the house, although not quite so com*
fortably filled as on Tuesday evening,
contained a veiy respectable number.
It is most unfortunate that the presence of wbat are vulgarly known as
"hoodlums" cannot be prevented even
at our most recherche affair;. Thoy
seem to got in by smoothing down a
little cf their roughness at th' ticket
office, and later develop all th j ruffianly instincts uf their nature ii the gallery, lt seems quito time thtt Westminster should copy the e? imple of
eastern cities and post a stalwii t police*
man on guard at the gallery, ■ nd upon
tho commencement of any di; turbance
he could warn the offenders, uid the
offence beiug repeated, effectu Ily quell
the nuisance by conducting tl t rowdy
outside and leaving him t-iore. A
party of young men who -jvidcntly
thought they had purchase™ a ong with
thoir tickets of admission, a right
to trample upon di-cei,:-y and
ordor, not only annoyed the lecturor
so that he was forced on one occasion
to resort to the forlorn hope of addressing the gallery by saying, "that
gentleman will find more roon outtido
for whistling," but completely spoiled
tho enjoyment of many in t" e audience who havo, unfoitunt tely for
thom, been accustomed ta the drawing
room quiet of English and eastern
opora houses. Mr. Bengough's entrance waB greeted with he .ry ap*
fdouse. He did not stop long to par*
By, but, in the language of tlie btreet,
"went right to work" on a sketch.
This caricature was a fairly well dono
potrait of a well known dru- gist, not
unconnected with "tho stage."
Throughout the looture, which was
scarcely "up" to that of Tuesday even*
ing, the audience was kept in great
good humor by anecdotes, impersonations of prominent actors and actresses,
songaand scraps of sympathotio philosophy. Mr. Bengough aptly portrayed tho
strange tribe known as "funny men,"
the comic writer, the caricaturist and
the comedian. In his opinion, the
tragedian is much funnier than all the
others together. He gave some exceedingly comical and olever imitations of tragedian stage behavior to
prove this. The burlesque on the
Italian opera singer taking leave of hia
sweetheart was irresistibly funny and
sent tho audience .into peals of
laughter. The cartoons of prominent
local men wero uniformly good, somo
rising into the domain of roal and
striking likeneases. The last one
drawn, tbat of, as tho talented lecturer said, "the biggest politician of them
all" threw the audience into tho greatest merriment. As might have been
expected Mr. Bengough's pencil had
not been idle nt the politics! meeting
of Wednesday evening, and many of
the reproductions of that memorable
event wero intensely appreciated. At
the auction sale nf the pictures that
of tho "biggest politician" was knock*
ed down at three dollars. Tho leoture
concluded about 10:30 o'clock and
the audience went away, feeling, as
far as could bo conjectured by a study
of faces, thoroughly well pleased with
the entertainment.
Exchange of t'ompllnical™
The following invitation has been
received by Mr. Thomas Cutningbam,
president of the British Columbia Agricultural Sooiety, from Mr. A mot
Rowe, president cf the Csl.-aiy Agricultural Society:
"I beg to extend you a cordial invitation to our fair to be Ji- Jet on the
Oth and 10th inst., and rgret veiy
muoh being unable to at end your
meeting, whioh was entirely owing to
business engagements hero."
To this Mr. Cunningham, trho is do*
termined to make a point for Westminster out of every poBaibl i occasion,
replied as follows;
"Your kind Invitation to mo to bo
present at your annual fair ca nc to hand
only yesterday, too late of c< ir.oto en*
able mo to avail myself of the great
pleasure itwould have given mo to be
present with you on such sn important
oot-niion. I cordially rccij rocato the
generous feeling whioh proi pted you,
and in proof thereof I beg to ender you
a stanaittfj invitation to visit us at our
next annual show, and on be ialf of tho
officers and directors of the tritish Columbia Agricultural Association I promise you a cordial reception, at d an exhibition far surpassing nnytlnng of the
kind ever hold In this pro- ince. We
are near neighbors, nnd the moro we
know of each other, and the closer wo
are drawn together, the bettor for the
Interest of both sections of cur beloved
country. I most earnestly hopo that
thoso agricultural and iudust'inl gatherings may result in the development of
the Interests which they represent, and
closer businesa relations between Alberta
and British Columbia. Our resources
and productions are so varied, our geographical positions so different, that eaoh
provinco Is a complement of tho other.
We are neceaaary to eaeh othor, and the
sooner this faot Is realised In its broadest
sense tbe hotter for all concerned. Pardon me for inflicting suoh a lengthened
reply, but tho occasion seems so opportune that I conld not resist the Impulse
to writo a fow sentences on behalf of
good neighborhood,"
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla THE
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We republish the Railway agreements to-day, iu another column,
and also an "explanatory declaration," which authoritatively and
finally arbitrates upon any differences of opinion that may have been
current with respect to tho proper
construction of certain lines in section live of the agreement between
the company and thu contractor, relating to the important question as
to whether the proposed ferry will
be a general traffic ub well as a railway ferry. That it will be n traffic
ferry was the original intention of
the agreement, and the "explanatory
declaration," which ns n legal document has all tho forco of the body
of tho agreement, but "makes assurance doubly suro" on the point in
question. As the Railway loan hy-
' law will ho voted on by the ratepayers on Monday next, we shall
make some final remarks on tho
subject to-morrow.
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DAILY BRITISH COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. O,. OdTOBER 11, 1889.
VOLUME VII.-NO,
"Facts and figures," the staple
stouk in trade of the Conservatives,
at one time, must be anything but
plensant reading for the Gradgrinds
of the "stupid party" holding the
reins of government in the United
Kingdom to-day. Looking at the
four latest by-elections, their significance is plain as printer's ink. Dundee, which returned a Liberal by a
majority of 3122 votes in 1885, and
by 4691 in the year following, has
sent, quite recently, a Gladstonian
to tl'-) house of commons, without
the farce of a contest. Elgin and
Nairn, in 1885, returned a Liberal
with tho substantial vote of 1681 to
sptre, but in 1886 the Tories sua-
ceeded in reducing this to the nominal figure of 119. Last evening's
deipatche3, however, informed us
that nt the election just held the
Liheial figures have shown an upward tendency, and another follower
of tho G.O.M. has been sent to St,
Sti plien'e to help home rule, by a
mi! jo; ity of 532 votes. When Mr.
Ohiplin accepted the portfolio for
agriculture in the present adminis-
traticn, a new election becamo necessary, and was held in the Slcaford
division of Lincolnshire The minister -vas returned, but a capital
fi:,.it was made in a high and dry
Conservative stronghold, and the
constituency which could not in-
dui'O a Liberal to contest the
seat in 1886, polled a very respectable minority vote. But Peterborough has made the best showing
of ull, for in 1885 the Conservative
majority was 258, and a year later
it wna increased to 289; now, however, nous avons change tout cela,
und the Gladstoninn has not only
captured his seat, but simply routed
tho enemy. Well might the Pall
Mail Gazette prophecy smooth things
in these constituencies, but what is
to be said for Mr. Chamberlain, who
was "quite cortuin" that victory
would perch on his banners, Tlio
fact is that the United Kingdom is
sick and tired of Salisbury, Balfour
and tho rest. The English mind is
essentially ono which loves fair play,
and the democracy cannot understand that it is in the interests of
freedom to imprison men for selling
Nationalist newspapers or singing
"God save Ireland." Any man who
has read tho history of unhappy
Ireland knows that the "distressful
country" has beon the worst governed country civilized mankind hus
yot beheld. England, for six centuries, has failed miserably to govern
tho oountry, and Irishmen are more
than justified in asking that they
may be allowed to try self government. Tlio English peoplo nro bo-
ginniug to see tho truth and know
what Castle government is, and tho
old stuto of things is upon ils last
legs.    	
Tho times have changed, and it is
Westminster that is giving tho cue
to her sister cities, in the matter of
how to get up and run an exhibition, at any rate. Both the "phenomenal" city and tho "sad" city,
ond even the burgh of "black diamond''," uro literally feverish just
now about holding some sort of an
exhibtion at as early u dato as possible, and general stimulation of the
producing and manufacturing industries of the province appears
likely to be the result, of tho royal
city's iplendid nnd successful effort
to hold a really lirst-class provincial
exhibition. If such is to be
the result, wo aro sure thnt the
good peoplo of Westminster will
not grudge_ the energy, time and
money which they expended in
starting the renamance, Virtue is
its own reward, thoy say; but tho
substantial advantages whioh are
accruing aud will accrue to this city
from leading tho way in this matter
in such a royal manner will constitute a very satisfactory supplement
to the more intangible premium of a
complaisant conscience. Not only
has the fair fame of the city nnd
province been appreciably extended
and given a fresh coat of paint with
staying colors, but the royal city
has taken a great stride, whioh must
bo opportunely and judiciously followed up, towards establishing those
close nnd cordial commercial and
social relations wth her immediate
environment especially, tho banner
district of tho province, which naturally ought to and must subsist, and
which will result in almost incalculable benefit and advantage to both.
We huvo demonstrated, too, what
beforo only awaited tho clinching
convinciveness of an actual demonstration, that, of all places in tho
province, Westminster is the location where can bost bo held a really
successful exposition of tho resources,
products, aud industries of tho province, and thus tho very best foundation lins been established for the
success of futuro exhibitions in this
city of a provincial scope. As we
have intimated, the three other principal cities of the provinco are beginning to be agitated about holding exhibitions sooner or later. We
uro glad to seo this awakening interest in so important a matter,
and wish our sister cities each aud
all the utmost measure of success
obtainable. Wo cannot forget, however, that a provincial exhibition is
to lo held in this city again next
year and that it must bo made n
much greater afi'uir—more provincial ih every senso — than tho
exhibition held last weok, of
which the royal city is so justly
proud. Everything is propitious
for a super-grand provincial exposition in the royal city next year, but
it will depend greatly, as in the
past, upon the citizens themselves.
All the moro municipal and government aid wo can get the bettor, but
these things are not to be depended
on. An early start, too, will bo
half tho battle, convincing people
near and far that wc mean business
and giving them lots of timo to pre-
pare for the exhibition. We must
not rest upon our laurels just because wo have dono pretty well this
year, more especially as several of
our amiable sister cities are warming
up on this question.
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Adams & Son's Lumber Wagons,
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Wc will aiso receivo a number ol Delivery Wagons by Use sasss. car.
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NOTES AND COMMENTS.
George Russell, a close young
friend of Gladstone, says that tho
latter is deficient in the sense of
humor, and that he has no taste for
ordinary conversation, "Ho asks
questions when wanting information,
and answers thesis copiously when
asked by others. But of give and
take, of meeting you half-way and
of paying you back in your own conversational coin he has no notion."
In a batch of recent appointments
to tho British navy appears the
nauio of Prince George of Wales,
svho is given a lieutenancy on the
royal yacht Osborne. Appointments to this yacht are gciscrsslly
much prized, as they lead usually
to higher promotion. The young
princo has had a good deal of experience at sea, his latest service
lsaving beon put in during the recent
naval manteuvres, when ho found
that a torpedo boat can toss and roll
over with more discomfort to tho
crew than any other kind of a vessel in the navy.—Ex,
Already an improved form of tho
phonograph has mado its appearance,
the object being to provide a fuller
tone to Edison's patent. In the
latter barely 30 por cont. of the
original volume of sound is returned
to the ear, whilo the new invention
will, it is said, reproduce 60 per
cent, of tho sound wavej. The inventor is a wealthy Italian living in
New York, who has secured a pat-
ont, and the instrument can, it is
claimed, be applied also to the tele-
phono, greatl- magnifying tho sound
now received through this instrument, Edison having laid tlie
foundation it is not surprising that
busy brains are framing improvements upon his invention for the
hrnefit of all mankind.
MItS. M. It. WILLIAMS & DIRS. J. RtSl'KE OPEN TIIEIK NEW
Millinery Stock to-day (Oct. 1st), in the WINTEMUTE BLOCK, on
Columbia Street, this-sl door oast ol Church Street.
Wo aro also prepared to do Fashionable Dressmaking, as wo have a
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I
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Teas, Coffees, Spices, Butter, Eggs, Cheese,
Dried Meats, Canned Goods, Fruits
and Confectionery.
The eightieth annual meeting of
tho American Board of Commissioners for Eoroign Missions—tho great
missionary organization of the Con-
gregationalists of tho United States
—will be held in Now York this
month. Of late years tho meetings
of tho board hayo been chiefly taken
up with controversy ovor tho "nesv
theology," arising out of the refusal
of tho Prudential Committee to send
out missionaries who believe in pro.
bation after death. At Springfield,
Mass., the subject was vigorously
discussed, and tho cosssorvatives
won a practical victory. It is not
thought probable that tho "new tho-
ology" will he allowed to disturb
this year's meeting, as it is nosv bo-
foro tho courts in tho Andover litigation.
A MS. report of a course of lectures delivered by Carlylo in 1838
haa been unearthed in England.
Theso lectures have been printed.
In ono of them ho says of Shakes-
pear, that lie "is the epitome of the
era of Elizabeth, a man in whom
that era as well as other eras have
found a vein, one who gives utterance to many things silent before
him, and worthy to bo colled the
spokesman of our nation. It is
now universally admitted that he
must be regarded as the greatest
person that has ever boen produced
in the literature of modern Europe.
Ho was one of the great souls of
naturo, like a Homer, an ./Eschylus,
a Dante—a voico puro, tho inmost
heart of naturo. He speaks the dialect of tho sixteenth century in
words muoh moro expressive ansl
comprohonsivo than nny usod beforo him, for knowledgo had made
groat progress in his timo, and therefore his language became moro com-
plox and rich in significance."
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Wmllicsilssy 60.0 5O.0      ,IHI
Tlisirsilisy 67.0 60.0
Prlslay 71.0 60.0
Saturday  66.0 40.0
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Sunday, October 13,'89
MORNING   SP-BVICE-lt  o'clock--Mn.
KlHIIKH. ,       '
AKPKHNOON SBRVICE-il o'olook—IlBV
Mr. Hktth uf Vancouver Haul End
Church.
EVENING 8BRVIOE-7 o'clock-Buy.
E. R01MOJ**.     	
Monday, ©.toiler Uth:
■PUMPKINPIE SOCIAL
Among Uuiho expected to tuke pnrt In
the Entertainment, are E. A. Hhnrpo, Or-
imnif-t, Victoria MethntllHt Church; II.
Mlddlebrook and 11. Harrii, Vancouvor;
Mm. MoOnuly unit-othen. .
A-lmlMloB-AOCfnlN, Hours open nt 7:30
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NOTIOE.
ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE ESTATE
of the lato nuporta 8llva, trader,
Hope, 11. C must be in hr lHt November,
1880, to JAMES WARDLE, Hope, Administrator, doclml
fllMHU-™.
StO-883 CORDOVA 8TRKKT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers and Denlent iu
MACHINERY
OK ALL 11ES0KITION8.
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
dwdeSOto
B^-50 BLOCKS ^
OF LEVEL LAND RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE CITV,
TJic blocks arc divided into lots 40 feet front by 125
feet deep to an alley.
Prices from $3 to $12.50 per Front Foot
Snle will commence on the
18th DAY OF OCTOBER, 1889.
After eaeh 10 daya 5 per cent, will be added to the price.
NOW is the TIME FOR a FORTUNE
Come and see and don't say you did not have a chance.
EDWARD FISOHEll,
Lssssil Assess!.
M. L. STANGROOM,
General Assent.
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Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MASTERS OP VES-
Gels nnd othor Craft- navigating Iho
B'raser Rlvor nro cautioned to keen within
tho Buoy'- painted Red nnd Whito, in*
f-pectlvely, at lho Mission Ilrlilite, tit* during the construction of the Bridge, navigation botween the imuks of tho Rlvor
uml the ltuoy™ Is dangerous, owing to pilot-
being driven thero.
H. ABBOTT,
Geneml Superintendent,
Vancouver, B. C, 7th May, 1880.   dmySlc
-£__«
MONUMENTAL
Columbia and Church Streets.
Alex. Hamilton,
PROHIIKTOR.
CROSS & POINGDESTRE,
"Wholesale mid Retail
TOBACCONISTS
CHOICE BRANDS OP
IMPORTED   CIGARS,
Finest Cigarettes,
Fancy Imported PIPES, POUCHES, CIGARETTE CASES, ETC.
Choice Smoking Tobacco
Thompson's Old Photo Gallery,
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll the partnership heretofore Mil-Hint*
fiiK botween the undersigned under the
firm name of Comorford A McDougall,
Merchant Tollors, has heen dissolved this
dny hy mutual consent. All accounts
owing the into ilrm aro to ho paid to J. A.
iij-nll, and all claims against the
said firm will lie settled by hlm.
T. COMERPORD.
.1. A, MoDODGALL,
New West., Aug. :!1,18B!i.
Mr. J. A. McDougall
WILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS
uuder his own nnnie, at lhe same
store, on Columbia Btreet, next to P.
Crake's.  A continuance of   tho  public
fiatronnge Is respectfully solicited,  Satis-
netlon guaranteed. dwsoSln
11  I I I
Another consignment of Goods just arrived.  We have now got
The Rent English, Scotch and
French Goods
That can bo had In the market. Positively the choicest selection of Pantlngs In
the eity, anil at prices to suit everybody.
Cull and booonvlnced. Notroublctoshaw
gomts, All uro welcome to inspect,
whether they buy or not.
All work guaranteed, and done
on the shortest possible
notice.
..„ on the 5_ ...
Ish Columbia for tho
^.ZHC'El'RXO-fl-.lXr
Science of Dress Cutting
BEGGS & HEARD,
Leading Merchant   Tailors,
1 Door West of lslcktosoD's llssteller Klwii,
dmhlyl        89 COLUMBIA STREET.
MURDERED!
a (AlsosslSP. M.,Sopl. 11) c
H HIGH PRICES IN BOOTS AND^
| SHOES. |
RORRED
.L CULTAS STO(
IOOTS k SHOES,
RURIED
"OF ALL CULTAS STOOK IN|
Jj BOOTS k SHOES. 2
WALL   REGARD   FOR   HIGH a
fl PRICES. |
| WANTED
SlOOO MEN, WOMEN k CHIL-E
fl DREN, §
| To Buy Boots that R Boots j
^A. B. WINTEMUTE'S!
SIGN OP THE BUFFALO,
dwselSto Columbia Stub-it.
Plants for Sale!
 ATTHK	
Douglas Street Nursery.
ORDERS TAKEN POR FRUIT AND
ORNAMENTAL TREES,  Including
all tho lending vnrlotles of
Apples, Pears, Plums. Cherries*
 AI.SO-—
SHAM. IKI ITS of overy description.
Uouttuels, Wrcnllii. nnd *'r«sm:» made
lo order.
sliismp-yl p. LATHAM.
STOVES!
iCt-O    TO'
Dealers in all kinds of
Groceries
 ANI)	
GENERAL PROVISIONS
Cor, Columbia and Douglas Sis.,
dauDyl NEW WESTMINSTER.
entral Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
AMI,
Rates, $1.00 and $1.50 per Day,
ACCOSSSSINO TO 1S0OSS.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OR MONTH,
tv Tisrtles sssppllcsl svllls iill kinds ol
ICE-CREAM. sltssylmp
E. S. SCOULLAR „ CO.
Cheap Cooking Stoves & Ranges!
DON'T FORGET THE ADDRESS:
teStoillo Hijunwi      W^
—l..i_'..j. . J» Q JEsfc     .TO*
SAMUEL EVIELLARD,  ■  CHILLIWHACK,
Whom wc have appointed our sole agent for our celebrated
Stoves in that district. Mr. Mellard will supply our Stoves at
New Westminster prices. dwno i y i
TUB SPACE BELONGS TO
H. T. READ & CO.
HARDWARE MERCHANTS.
PUGQ8ESI     RUGQIE3!
JUST RECEIVED,
A €AIMiOAI» OI'
Pell, Rice Coil-spring tlcLanghlan
ss mj as- m-i :ee mi sm
-isIiSO	
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
UST The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia."^
t!wis*s.rili'
TR.©icI «&s Oii-rrie-
Farmers, Attention I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
FOR SALE
GhlHlwack, B. C.
31 Farm Wagons.
18 Buck Boards.
1 Span well matched 4-year old
Black Horses.
3 Single Driving Horses.
6 Cows and Calves.
10 Head Steers.
1 Trotting Wagon.
tr A Full Lino of Cooking Stoves,
Heating Stoves, Tisssvaro, llarslwsss-o,
Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, Crook-
OS's/ k Stossesviii-e, Clothing, Hats k Caps,
Drugs, Farm Insplomonts, House Furnishings, Fssrnituro, ansl tho Largest Lino
of Boots and Shoos above Westminster
assd Iho most Complete Stock of General
Morolsassdtso,
COME   AND   EXAMINE   AND BE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS.
Jyll)dAw3m
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Pi-out Street, New Westminster.
r
EXTRA FAMBLY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS J
HEADY-MADE CLOTHING.
ff^* Tlie only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the Nesv Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmh30tc
ROYAL CITY
Flailing Ik Company, Ld.
RICHARD 6TREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MANlTAOTl'IiKllH AND DEALERS IN
All Kinds of Bon£b and Dressed Lnmoer
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
j__2iT--i ___.r.__, ze-_x2ST_z>a our
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames,   Windows,
Mouldings. Balusters.
Blinds. Brackets.
Railings, Newels,
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK,
noipdwly
Vancouver (Sty Foundry & Machine Works Co.
(LIMITIED)
Engineers, Boiler Makers, and Iron and Brass Founders
HAVING GREATLY INCREASED THEIR PREMIBES AND MACH1N-
ory, aro in a position to undertake tho construction and repairs of Murine
«nsl Sliiiioiiiii-y Engines and Hollers, Milling, Mining nml I sinus iy
MlieUslierj-. sss -veil as GustlngS and Forging), of ovory description.
IsMlinmlcH given | ull work guaranteed.
D. CARTMEL, A. MoKELVIE,
GSSNEISAS. MANASIEIS. dsvjll7tc MWHAHlOil, Masaiieis. VOLUME VII.-NO. 88,
DAILY BRITISH COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTEll, B, 0., OCTOBER 11, 1889.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT
Kktered into tliis tenth day of September, 1889.
Between tho Corporation of the City of
New Westminster, hereinafter called
tho Corporation, of tliu first part, and
The New Westminster Southern Railway Company, a body corporate having
its head oilice at the said City of New
Westminster, hereinafter called tho
Company, of tho second part,
Wheheas, by an Aot of tho Legislative Assembly of tho Province of British
Columbia, passed in tbo fiftieth year of
tho reign of Hor Majesty Queen Victoria,
chapter thirty •six, and by a certain other
Act of tho said Legislative Assembly
passed in the fifty-second yenr of the
reign of hor Majesty, chapter thirty-six,
known as the Now Westminster Southern
Railway Co. Amendment Act, the Company was incorporated for the purpose of
constructing, equipping and operating
the line,of railway and other works
therein mentioned.
A**D viikkkas, the Company haa commenced and is now nrosecutiii.t* tho con-
nt, action of its said lino of railway.
And WUEHKA3, Nelson Bennett und
others of Tacoma, in Washington Territory, have represented to tho Company
tlmt they are constructing a line of railway from somo point in Washington Territoiy near the southerly terminus of the
Company's lino of railway* to Portland,
Seattle or Tacoma, so aa to connect the
said lino of railway nuw under construction by thom with a trauscontiucntnl
line of railway before the seventeenth
day of July, 1802.
And Wmxivi.*, tho said Nulson Bennett and others have tillered lo complete
tlio construction and equipment of the
Company's lino of railway and other
works, and to procure tho same to bo
connected with the said line of railway
now under construction by thom, and
thereafter to maintain and operate both
the said lines of railway and othorworlta
iv.un certain torms and conditions contained in the proposed agreement hereinafter mentioned.
And whereas, it is expedient that the
Corporation should nid tho Company to
Bi'oiirethc construction, maintenance and
operation of its said line of railway and
oilier works in the manner provided for
by tlio said proposed agreement.
And whereas,   tho   said proposed
agreement is in the words aud figures
following, tliat is to say:
Artici,e*i ok Agreement made  and entered into this day of
in the year of our Lord  one thousand
eight hundred and eighty-nine;
BmvEENThoNew Westminster Southern
Railway Company, a  body corporate,
having its hoad ollico at tho City of
New Wostm ii in tor in tho Provinco  of
British Columbia,   hereinafter called
tho Corporation, of tho first part, and
Nelson Be..\"Et of 'i'acoma in Washington Territory in  the United States
of America, who is  hereinafter called
the Contractor, of tho second part:
Witness that  the  Corporation hereby
covenants and agrees with  tho  Contractor aud the Contractor for himself,
his heirs, executors  and  administrators, covenants  and  agveca with  the
Coiporation in manner following, that
is to say:
1st. The Contractor shall forthwith
alter tho execution of these present* commence construction under this contract of
the lino of railway authorized to bu constructed by tlio Corporation by its act of
incjiporation from tlio Soutli L-mk of the
Fiaser Rivor to the Boundary Line of
the United States and the extension
tlictoof here-ni-fter mentioned uud there*
alter prosecute the constiuotion thereof
and completo tho samo on or before tho
first day of July, ono thousand eight
hundred and ninety.
2nd. Tho said lino of Railway including tho said extension shall bo const-tutted iu tho most substantial and
workmanlike manner according to proper
plans and specifications with ail the
graduation masonry and othor work including the track-laying and back-filling
and ballasting of the same, tho erection
of all necessary stntious, roundhouses,
machine-shops, turn-tables, water stations, ditches and ull other auxiliary
works necessary for a completed railway
of tlio first class, and as provided fov by
* these presents.
3rd. Tho Contractor shall bo entitled
to receive from the Corporation Twenty
thousand dollars ($20,030) of its first
mortgage fifty year si:: per cent, gold
bunds por lineal milo of tho main track
of tho said railway and also tho boiiii-
of $150,030.00 mentioned iu a oor*
titiu agreement heretofore entered into between the Corporation and the Couuoil of
tho Corporation of the snid city of New
Westminster, bearing date the 10th day
of September, 1S89, whicli is made a
part of this contract, nil of whicli shall
be payablo to tho Contractor at such
time or fciine-i and in such manner as ho
may prefer, but so as that he shull not
be entitled to receivo more than tho
valuo of the work contracted to be done
as it progresses as the samo shall bo certified to by an Engineor or Engineers to
bu mutually agreed upon and in caso
thoy cannot agreo hy an Engineer to bo
appointed by tho said oity and nuother
by tlio contractor or iu case they cannot
agrro they shall appoint a third nnd the
certificate of any two of tho snid threo
shall be final.
4th, As soon as tho linos of railway
intended to bo provided for by those present*! shall havo boon completed and provision shall have been made to tho satis*
faction of the contractor ior tho payment
to him of a lurther bonus of (.$lCl>,000.00)
Ono hundred thousand dollars, ho shall,
proceed to construct a railway and free
tvaflio bridgo over tho Fraser River within the old limits of tlio said eity, or between tho Men stream and Lulu Island,
nnd thereafter maintain the samo iu
t.ood repair, tlio said bonus shall bo p. y-
nble upon tho completion of tho said
bridge.
oth. Until tho construction of tho said
bridgo an olllciont steam ferry suitable
fur i rutisferring oars freight nnd poaion-
i orn ncroBs tho said rlvor shall bo provided uud operated from tho junction of
tho railway with tho south bank o". the
said vivor to tho opposite bank thereof
-.vitliin tno old limits of tho said city und
tlie said Hue of railway shall be constructed from that point to and upon tho lands
agreed to be provided by *li« said city
for such purpose as mentioned in the said
agrcomoutaud tho llneof railway shall
not bo doomed to be completed unless
aud until the said forry and extension
shall havo boon constructed. Provided,
however, that tho Contractor mny commence in good faith tbe erection of said
bridge within six mouths from tho date
of this agreement and continue the same
to its completion and thon tho suld ferry
may not be built. Provided furtlier tliat
tho Contractor shall within four montha
from the execution of theso presents
have signified to the Corporation hia
election do to do.
lith. Tho Contractor ahall upon tho
completion and equipment of the said
line of railway bc entitled to receivo any
residue wliich may thon remain undelivered or unpaid of the said bonds and
bonus also tho capital stock of the Corporation (except as hereinafter provided)
and all other benefits mentioned inthe
said agreement between the Corporation
und the City of Now Westminster including the roal estate therein mentioned
upon tho execution by the Corporation
of a bond or agreement to tho Corporation of thi City of Now Westminster for
securing the maintenance and operation
forever thereafter of the said Hue
of railway of tho Corporation and
tlio benefit of its operation In connection with tho line or lines of
railway contemplated to bo connected
therewith between tho terminus thereof
and an American trans-continental Hue
of railway according to the terms of
theso presents.
7th. It is agreed that tho Contractor shall construct a lino of railway
from the terminus of the line of lhc Corporation to connect with a trans-continental Hue of railway by means of au
existing charter or othcrwlso procuro the
construction of such other line of railway
within four years from tho seventeenth
day of July, ono thousand eight hundred
and eighty-eight and so as that tho same
shall he fully constructed to Bollingham
Bay on or beforo tho first day of July,
ouo thousand eight liundrcd and ninety,
and that an equal portion of tho residue
of the said railway shall bo fully constructed within each other year thereof unless unavoidably delayed, in
which caso tho time shall bo extended to such further time only
aa may bo reasonably necessary because of such unavoidable dolay and
that after the completion of the said
lines of railway hereinbefore provided for
tho same shall bo thereafter operated i'i
connection with th-j line of tho Corporation and in an adequate and cfiicicnt
manner and the-Contractor shall do all
things necessary for tho carrying into
effect of this agreement.
8th. The head quarters of Uio rolling
atock Including round houses, blacksmith,
machine and repair shops for the whole
line of the Corporation amply sufficient
for tho repairs ol tho said rolling stock
shall bo erected within tho limits of the
City of New Westminster on Lnlu
Islsiud whero the suid works shall
forever bo maintained in good repair nud shall hnvo continuously employed therein a sufficient numbor of
men to efficiently operate tho same nt
nil times and no discrimination shall lie
mado against tho said city in freight
ratos or passenger tariff over tho said
lines of railway either to or from the
city, nnd all connections with the Canadian Pacific Railway and other railways
entering tho said city shall be made at
tho aforesaid city where all transfers of
cars, freight and passengers shall bo
made. Provided that the location and
maintenance of tho headquarters hereinbefore referred to shall bo construed to
mean tho permanent location and maintenance of said headquarters. The temporary headquarters for construction purposes may bo upon tho South side oftho
Frasor River upon suitable grounds to
provided by tno corporation for that
purpose,
Oth. All railways which may hereafter he constructed South of tho Fruser
River for tho purpose of running into the
City of New Westminster shall have the
right of passage on the said forry and
over the said bridge for their rolling
btook upon fair and reasonable terms.
10th. Tho Contractor shall have tho
exclusive right to uso the line of the
Corporation while it ia under constiuotion for his own uso nml benefit.
Ilth. Tho contractor shall not be entitled to any of the benefits to bo received by him upon tho completion of
thb Hue of tho Corporation as heicinbo-
foro mentioned unloss nil the covemmt-J
and agreements in these presents contained and on his part to iio performed
and kept, shall have been duly performed
DUd kept by him in so far as tho time
shall then havo elapsed for tho performance thereof nud until the execution of
tho said bond.
12th. The said lino of railway as to
its location may bo changed from Section
20 Township 7 District of New Westminster so as to form the most fcasiblo
connection with tho American connecting
railway at the International Boundnry
Line and shall bo built as a first class
road according to reasonable nnd usual
specifications but subject always to the
tsrmH of thia agreement.
loth. Upon tho completion of tho P io
of the Corporation tho present stockholders of tlio Corporation shall transfer
pud deliver to the Contractor forty-si*;
thousand dollars (§46,000.00) of the capital stock of tho Corporation now bold hy
them, oach present shareholder iu the
Corporation retaining ten shares (or ouo
hundred and forty shares in nil) as individual property, so na to qualify thom as
directors thereof, tho remainder of such
stock, that ia to Bay, the said stock to
tho nmount of forty-si:; thousand dulhra
($-10,000,00) face value shull bo issued i>s
fully paid up stock, the Contractor agreeing to pay for the said stock at such delivery the sum of six thousand dollars
(t'0,000,00) i'i gold coin or six thousand
dolinreof the stock of tho Cot poration on
the Eiiid original shareholders of tho Corporation may elect; the said ono hundred
aiid forty shares of the stock of tho Corporation shall be paid up shares and bo
equal to fourteen thou&and dollars, Jt
is declared that the lauds agreed to bo
provided for workshops aro four hundred
ttares of tha lands granted to the city on
Lulu Island and that tho said lauds Bhall
lo grautcd to tho Contractor subject to
tho terms and conditions mentioned in
tho act of the Legislative Assembly of
the Provinco of British Columbia, granting the same.
IN Wit.xess Whereof tho said parties
hereto have hereunto set their bauds
and seals tho diy nnd-yoar first above
written.
Signed, sealed und delivered
m the prevcuco o-". •
Ami whereas, it is expedient also to
pny and reimburse tho Company tho disbursements and oxpensea actually expended by the Company (not being moneys expended in construction) since the
termination of a certain contract made
by tho company with the firm of C. M.
Sheafo -fe Co., not exceeding however thu
sum of S3,00J.
And whereas, tho Mayor and Aldermen of the corporation intend to submit
to tho electors of tho said city a by-law
to provide for tho grant ing to tho company of such aid as is in theso presents
provided for, and it is expedient that
these presents should bo executed before
tho taking of a poll of tho said electors
on the said proposed by-law, but so as
that those presents Bhall nob be bind! i,
upou tho Corporation unless and until
tho assent of the said electors bo obtained to tho said proposed by-law and the
same shall como into force.
NOW, THESE PBK8ENTS WITNESS, That
the Corporation and the Company mutually covenant and agreo ns follows, that
Is to say:
1. Tho covenants and agreements
herein contained on the part of tlio Cor*
poration shall extend to nnd bo binding
upon its successors, nud the covenants
and agreements herein contained on the
part of the Company shall extend to and
uo binding upou its successors and us*
signs,
2. These presents shall be binding on
tho Corporation and the Company if and
so soon as tho said proposed by-law shall
como iuto forco.
3. Tho Corporation shall givo to the
Company n bonus of tho sum of $150,-
000.00, whioh shall bo payable in the
manner provided for by tho said proposed agreement.
4. Tho Corporation ahall grant to the
Company tho right of way for its said
lino of railway from tho ferry landing or
terminus of tho said bridge on tho northerly bank of tho Fraser river along Front
street and across Custom House Square
to Its intersection with Richard street,
and thenoo along Richard streot to its
intersection wltli Royal Avenuo and
Edinburgh Btreet, whore tho Company
shall construct a railway nnd freo traffic
bridgo to tho lands on Lulu Island hereinafter agreed to be granted to tho Company, and shall grant to tho Company a
lease for tho term of ninety-nino years, at
thn nominal rent of $1 per annum of water lots numbered JJO to 47 both Inclusive, and of tho pleasure grounds so-
called, and Lytton Square, and of that
piece of land or water front situate between the premises known as Webster's
wharf and the promises occupied by tlie
Royal City Planing Mills Company,
which may bo described as nil that piece
or parcel of land covered with wator, lying between lots numbered 20 in block 1,
nnd 1 in block 2, saving and excepting
so mueh thereof aa may bo required for
tho extension of Ellico street so far as
the Corporation may havo power to
grant the same, nnd shall nlso grant to
thu Company four hundred acres in uno
block off the northeasterly portion of
the lands owned by.the Corporation on
Lulu Island, aubject to tho performance
by the Company uf all the terms and
condition.-! hereinafter set forth, namely:
(«). To erect and maintain a good and
substantial free traffio bridge suitable for
passengers and waggons between tho
Cove rum out Reserve on Lulu Island,
Fraser River, now known as Lot soyen
hundred nud fifty-seven, iu Group one,
New Wett mi lister District, nnd that portion of the City of New Westminster
which is situate nn thu north bankof the
Frasor River, and that said bridge shall
bo constructed iu accordance with plans
and specifications approved of by tho
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,
{it). To eonsti .ict and keep in repair to
the sal ia faction Of the Chief Commissioner of Lands nm! Works a good and substantial waggon road not less than twenty
fouL wide from said bridge through Lulu
Island in the boundary of tho Municipality of Richmond.
(-■), To construct will canals, drains,
ditches and dykes necessary for draining
BnldQovornmonjb Reserve.
(d). That all aaid works shall bo completed to the satisfaction of the Chief
Commissioner of Lauds and Works for the
time being within five years from tho first
day of, may, 1880, and time shall ba
deemed of the essence of this agreement.
Aud subject oIbo to thu further condition
that tlie Company shall grant to any other
Rall.vuy Company requiringthesameac-
ccbs to and running powers over tho said
bridge and across the suid lauds on Lulu
Island on fair aud reasonable terms nud
conditions.
», Tlio Company, no soon ns may be
necessary, shall construct a retaining wall
oi*rotflin*ngwullsa!ong.tho said pleasure
grounds for the protection of Columbia
and Fron t sr.rcots to the satisfaction of the
City Engineer for the timo boing, and
thereafter maintain the same ingoodrc-
pcir.
0. So soon as the said proposed by-law
shall como into force, all such good nud
sufficient deeds contnining all Bnoh covenants, a ■■..■cements, proviso** and conditions reasonably required by the Corporation cud theCompany ns may bc requisite
for the purpose of securing the said lauds
to the Company as hereinbefore provided,
and the performance by the Company of
all the agreements and conditions in these
present™ mentioned shall be executed in
duplicuio by the Co. poration nnd tho
Company and given to the Manager for
the time bc-'ig of tho Bank of British
Columbia at New Westminster, who slinll
deliver one of such duplicates tothe Corporation and the other to theCompany
upon the completion and equipment of its
lino of railway.
7. The lauih agreed to be leased nnd
g anted totho Company as aforesaid shall
be so leased nnd granted as that the samo
shall revet tto the Corporation in ease the
line or liuoa of railway to connect with
tlto lino of llm Company shall iiot have
been constructed as norciuboforo provided, ami iho Company covenants with tho
Corpot ntiun thn t in the like event the said
bonus of §1,10,000.00 shall bo refunded
nnd paid to thb Corporation by theCompany.
• 8. The Cot poration shall also pay and
roimbu'sb. tlto Company the disburse-
me its nud expenses actually expended by
tlio Company (not being moneys expended
! i const,uciiou) since the termination of
a coil- in contract mado by the Company
with the fi m of C. M, Sheafe k Co., nob
exceeding, however, the sum of livo
thousand dollars.
0. The Company shall not bo entitled
to the benefit of any of tho covenants
nud agreements herein contained unless
and until (in.addition to the other conditions iu these presents contained) the
s. id proposed ngroement shall have been
duly executed by the Company and the
said Nelson tibunott nnd the same or a
duplicate thereof Bhall have beon deposited with tho Clerk of the Corporation.
10. It shall bo lawful for the Company
to enter mion occupy and enjoy the lands
agreed to Do granted by tho Corporation
to tho Company until default slmll bo
made iu the performance of any of the
covenants and agreements contained in
tho said proposed agreement.
In witness "whereof tho parties of the
first part havo hereunto affixed their corporate seal of the Corporation of the City
of New Westminster, nud these presents
aro signed and countersigned by tho
Mayor and City Clerk of tho said Corporation on behalf of tho snid city of New
Westminstor.
And tho parties of the second part
have hereunto aliixed tho seal of the
New Westminster Southern Railway
Company, and these presents nro signed
and countersigned by tho President nnd
Secretary of said Company on behalf of
such Company, un lhe day and yobr first
above written.
Signed, sealed and delivered
in tho presence of.
WM. B, TOWN8BND,   "j
Mayer. I «
D. ROBSON, I °. ,   '
City Clerk.)
B. DOUGLAS, 1
Pros'tN.W.S.K.Co. U,,
T.J. TRAPP, ''ht'
Sec'y N.W.S.R.Co.
VSeal.
You Hungry
111 bave used Paine _ celery compound and 11
bas inulasniuta**j
o-j.togmedlclnomcanflmorenow-a-dayBtUault
did ten years ago. The wlnterot isss-39 linslefl
tho nerves all fagged out, Tlio nerves muat M
Btrengtliened, tho Wood purtfled, liver and
bowels rogulated. rnlno'a celery c'onipound-
the Spring medtetntt ofto-day-doea all thla,
as nothlnjj elso can. Prtseribei bg Physiotant,
Itteammmted by Druggists, Endoritd by Btnitttrt,
Guaranteed bg the ilanttfactttrm to bo
The Best
Spring Medicine.
"In tbo sprlnjj of 133TI was all run down. 1
would got up In tbe morning wltb so tired n
teeling, and was bo weak tUutlcouldbardly-jet
around. ibougUtabottlood'alno'BCeleryCom*
pound, nnd boforo I bad taken lt a week I folt
vory much better. I can clicef ully recommend
tt to all wbo need a building up and strengthening medicine." Mrs. B. A. Dow, Burlington, vt.
Paine's
Celery Compound
[a a unique tonic and appetizer. Pleasant to
tho tonto, quick in lta action, und without nuv
Injurious1 effect, lt gives tbat rugged hc-altli
wbloh mokes everything tasto good, it curet
iysiiensia and kindred disorders. l'liysLclans
prescribo It. $l.oo. six tor tern. BruggiBta
WSLU, lUCKiBDE'ON _ CO.,    -   HOHTCBAL.
niMunun nVCO °--0f onythim) any color.
DIAMOND DYES Xtvtr Btill   Aluogaturt,
wrtrn mBttSSSJSB
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH,
{Lato Furiuorof John McVlekor)
MINING ENGINEER. U.S. A I'ROVIN-
CIALSUUVKYOW,*- A8SAYBE.
wrnpliivljle reports, underground surveys unit maps of mines .executed ntlow
rafes. Assays mad'.1 ou nil kinds of minerals, gold and sliver liars. Thirty years*
experience in mining in Aslu, Europe
and United Stales of Amerioa. Speaks
ton languages. Assays from u distance
promptly attended to. Address Vancouver, So. -doITto
BRITISH
COLUMBIAN
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rmnnnu
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(DAILY AND WEEKLY)
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OE BRITISH COLUMBIA AS
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BOOK,
JOB, and
COMMERCIAL
PRINTING
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EXECUTED IN
FIRST-CLASS STYLE
AT MODERATE RATES.
OUR FACILITIES IN THIS DEPARTMENT ARE UNSURPASSED
IN THE PROVINCE,
Special Forms Ruled
and Printed.
HAVING A RULINC MACHINE ON
THE PREMISES WE ARE EN-
ABLTSD TO FURNISH
SPECIAL FORMS
TO ORDER,
ADDITIONS A ND HIIWEffiTS
Have recently been made in the
various Departments,
Ahd wltb careful nnd efficient workmen,
fast stenm presses, and flrst-class materials, wo can guarantee satisfaction to all
wbo favor us with tholr orders.
KENNEDY BROS.
nol PROPRIETORS.
NOTICES.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT sixty
Idol days afterdate 1 Intond to make
application lo tho Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works tor permission to purchase tho following tractor parcel of laud,
viz:
Au Island In Now Westminster District
north of Lot 101 [MeNah's ranehel inthe
Fraser River, containing live [fj] acres,
moro or less.
HENRY E. HARLOCK,
Lndner'H Landing, Sept. 12,1880,      d'2m
N
IrTOTIOB.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Islatlve Assembly of the Province of Brli
Ish Columbia at Its next session for an uet
to Incorporate a company to couslruct,
operate aud maintain n slreet. railway in
the City of New Westminster, nnd to
nc'iuiro lauds nnd do ull things necessnry
for ihe purposes aforesaid.
Dated this 25th day of September, 1580.
B. DOUGLAS,
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
dscOOte For selves and others.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
sixty days after dale we Intend to
apply to ihe Chief Coin in Issiriner of Lands
nnd works for leave lo purchase tho following lands, situate in the District of
New Westminster, nnd described ns follows: Lots one hundred and thirty-one
lllil], one hundred nnd thirty-five 11351,
ono hundred and thirty-six NM], one nun-
nrort and thirty-eight [188], and one hundred nnd forty-one [Hi], in Group Ono of
said Dlslrlct. containing eight hundred
ncres, mere or less.
Dated lolh September, IRfiO.
ANDREW LEAMY,
dsolo-2m J, II.GILLESPIE.
NOTICE,
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, OCT. 7,
18811, wo the undersigned Dry Unods
nnd Clothing MeichantB of New Westminster will close our respective places of
business every evening at 7 o'clock sharp,
except Saturday.
.IAS. ELLARD A CO.
MRS. WM. RAE.
OGLE. CAMPBELL™. FREEMAN.
WALKER A SHADWELL.
,L E. PHILLIPS.
OGLE, CAMPBELL A CO.
W. A Q. WOLFENDEN.
New West,., Sept. 28,1880. dsc28w2
"Land Registry Act."
Lot No. 12, RIock XXII, and Lot No.
21, Block XXVIII, City of Now
Westminster.
ACERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
title totho above mentioned hereditaments will bo issued to AloxnnderCoutts
on the Ilth dny of January, 1800, unless ln
iho meantime n valid objection thereto
ho made to lho undersigned in writing by
some person claiming nn estate or Interest,
In said hereditaments oi some part thereof.
Land Registry Qfllcoi New Westminster,
7th October, 188!).
T. a TOWNLEY,
iloeTni™ .        Deputy Iteglstrnr.
A Dy-laui to raise by loan lhe sum of
$litr,,000,00 for the purpose of giving
a bonus lo the Xcu> Westminster Southern Railway Company and to grant
to tho said Company Certain lands
and privileges.
WHEREAS, It Is expedient to secure
the construction and operation of
the line of rati way unit other works
mentioned in the Aet of the Legis*
1 ntl vo    Assembly    nf    the   Province
of
British     Columbia    incorporating
Rallwny
the Kew Westminster Southern Railway
Co. and the act amending the said net of
Incorporation, In Iho manner provided for
by certain articles of agreement bearing
dale lhe tenth day of September, one
thousand eight hundred nnd eighty
executed hy the Mayor nnd Clerk of tiie
city of New Westminster (but so ns not
to be binding un less nnd until tills by-lnw
shall eomo Into force) nnd now deposited
with tho suid clerk.
Andwiikukas, for tho purposo of rals-
Ing tho paid uUm of $155,000-00, it is necessary to issue debentures for that amount;
And wiiRitKAs, the totnl amount required to bo raised annually by special
rule for paying tlie said debentures nnd
Interest (hereon, as hereinafter provided,
is 810,850.00,
And wttKitKAH, the nmount of tho whole
rateable property of the sold city accord*
Ing lo-ihe last revised assessment roll Is
$2,510,215.00:
ANI) wilKttEAs, the total amount of the
existing debt of the said City Is 8200,000.00.
TnEitKKoRK, tho Mnyor nnd Aldermen
of lho elly of New Westminster In council
assembled enact as follows:
1. It shall bo lawful for the Mayor of the
city of NewWestminster to raise byway
of loan from any person or poisons, body
or bodies corporate, who may be willing
to advance the same upon tho credit, of
the debentures hereinafter mentioned, tho
sum nf S155.O00.OO, nnd causo the same to
be paid into the hands of thn Treasurer of
the suid city for the purpose hereinbefore
recited.
2, Itshall bo lawful for the said Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to bo
mnile each tor snob sum of money not less
than •j.lOU.CO, or nu c(*ulvnleni expressed in
Sounds Mori ing of the United Kingdom of
rent Britain and Ireland at a value of
Sl.stitUl to the pound sterling, as mny be
re(]iiln'il,a]i(l all Mieh debentures shall be
sealed with the senl of the corporation of
the city of New Westminstor und signed
by the Mayor nnd countersigned by tho
Treasurer thereof.
!t. Tlio snld debentures shall he mado
payable In fifty years from the day hereinafter mentioned fortlils by-law to take
cIIVtI. at such agency of the Hank of Britisli Columbia in Canada or in London,
Englnnd,ns the council of lhe corporation of the saldeily may direct,
■I, Thesaid debenture** shall bave coupons attached for Iho payment of interest
at the rule of flvo per centum pcrntiuum
on tho nmount of said debentures,
5, For the purposo of form ing n sinking
fund forthe payment of the debt hereby
created uud the Interest, thereon as nnd
when tho same shall become due n speoial nilo of four mills und ono-thlrd of
one mill In tin; dollar shall be raised and
levied in eaeh year npon all the rateable
property In the snid elly nf Now Wesnv luster In addition to all other rates,
11. Tbe sum of 8t6O.O0O.OOShall bo applied
as a bontistotboNew Westminstor Southern Railway Company, and shall bo payable to the said Com puny atI he t Imesllin-
lied by thesaid in part, recitednrtiotes of
agreement for the payment thereof by lhe
salil Cumpany, and so much of tlie sum
of 85,000,00 as may be requisite shall bn
applied and ho payable as therein piovi-
dod; and ihe residue, If any, shall he applied to Mich purposes of the municipality us the council mny direct.
7, Itshall bo lawful for the Mnyor nnd
Clerk of Iho corporation ofthe city of New
Westminster to mako und enter Into for
nnd In tho name of nud on behalf nf Ibe
snld corporation nil deeds containing „lr
Niich oovenants, agreements, provisos and
conditions ns mny be expedient for the
<nrrylng out of tho nforesnld in part recited articles of agreement, such deeds
being lirst. Approved of by tho council of
the suld corporntlun.
H. All proporty of the snld Company
which It mny he possessed of nt any timo
shall be nud Is heroby oxompted from
taxation by the corporation bf the city of
New Westminster during tho construction
of the lino of railway and othor works of
tho Company, mul for twonty*nvo years
from the completion thereof.
0. Tho forry service by-law, 1888, and tho
workshops' bonus by-Inw, 1888, nro hereby
repealed.
fo. So much of any other by-lnw or bylaws of the corporation of the city of New
Westminster as may bo at vatinnco or Inconsistent with this by-law Is hereby repealed.
1), Tills by-law shnll, before the fin nl
passage thereof, receivo the assent of the
electors of the corporation In tho manner
provided by tho Now Westminster Act of
1888, und amending Aots,
12. Tills by-lawshnll come into forco on
tho 25th day of October, 1880.
18. This by-law mny bo cited ns the
Rnllway Bonus By-Law, 1889.
By-law read a first time on the second
dny of September, 1880,
By-lnw rond ii second timo on tho 10th
dayof Septomber, 1881).
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE I
n true copy of the proposed By-lnw
which will bo taken Into consideration
by thn Municipal Council of the cltvof
Now Westminster afler ono monlli from
the tlrst publication thereof In the Brit-
lsu cui.i'MiiTAN nowspnpor, which first
publication took placo on the Uth dny of
Septomber, 1889, nnd thnt a voto of tho
eleotorsof the eltywillbe taken on snld
proposed By-law ou tho Ulli Any ot October. 1881), between the hours of 9 o'clock
a. in. and 5 o'clock p. in., at the following
plnccs, namely: In Ward No. 1, nttho
residence of S. Calbick, Dublin streot, in
said Wnrd; in Wnrd No. 2, at the offlco of
llie late Dominion Sawmill Co., Richard
streot, in snld Ward! in Ward No. fl, at tho
City Hall, in said Ward; In Wnrd No. 4, nt
St. Louis College, Blnekwood Btreet, In
snld Ward.
,   ..„ D. ROBSON,
dUtUtd Oity eictk
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM  PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bar_,
Ac.     dc,     dc.
LEAVE ORDERS AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dmyailo
J. W. WINGER
DKAI.EKIN
Hard and SoftWood
Draying and Teaming
Douo on Short Notico nnd at Reasonable Teims.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Stock.
Orders left at tho C, P, N. Wliarf will ho
promptly delivered. dmh'JOtc
WHOLEHAL15
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
liryan O'Lynn had no boots for to wear,
So he came to Westminster to buy him a pais'.
" I'll have one pair of thick ones and one pair of thin,
If I can find J. Rousseau's," says Bryan O'Lynn.
He hunted the stores all along the main route,
Says he, "The right one I've not yet found out.
I want J. Rousseau—I'll buy only from him,
For he sells the cheapest," says Bryan O'Lynn.
He stepped a little west of McKenzie street,
He met Rousseau's sign—sure it was a great treat;
He lifted the latch, and Jim stood within.
" I've found it at last," says Bryan O'Lynn.
We showed him both Calf Boots, Kip and Cowhide,
The ones we praise mostly, without seams at the side.
We have Boots of all kinds, from Quebec and Berlin;
" Sure you have boots for the million," says Bryan O'Lynn.
He bought him his boots, which of course were no trash,
He paid down the money, for we sell only for cash;
To the public he says, "Be not taken in,
But buy from J. Rousseau," says Bryan O'Lynn. .
" If there is a leak in the toe or side of your shoe,
Just take it to Rousseau, that's allyou need do;
He will peg it or patch it just while you are in,
And the charge seems like nothing," says Bryan O'Lynn.
HT His*ii03t Pricis p;sisl for Furs isisil
Deer Hides.
Cssrrespsssssiossce Issvlleil. -s-LTcIesshsssso
Cull No. 6. djnglss
DOUGLAS STREKT
Foot op Douglas Stiiket, Neau
Columbia Si-beet.
J. FERGUSON, PROPRIETOR
FRESH   BREAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc.
Hotel nnd Restaurant trade sol lei ted.
All orders   promptly attended to and
delivered to any part of the oily.   dinhlKy
Iii thtt Supreme Court of lErit-
ish Columbia.
JOSEPH DROWN, Plaintiff,
ANIl
r.K. MA HTI.V, Defendant.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY   GIVEN THAT
IM uu Order has beta miuie in lhe
nbove-mentioiu'd jieliiin he; v.n-; diiii-iln-
171b dayofSeplum'ier,) i-:i:.nf.\v!imT!.v it
was ordered ibnt scn-ici* i»r :'-(* Will of
Summons heroin and snld Older upon
T.J, Trnpp, K-.'iuli-a, mm iho n-uHlUgOf
copies of ttie hiimi! by pie '-id luii-ruil*
divssiil I i the above mitnci, tWcnilunt at
Keglna.N. W.T., a u lhc i .e. .on of this
notice In Tuk I'm, ish Cm t.-iihan iu-ws-
puper for ono month, Mimihl be good and
sufficient service of t.iow. iiot Summons
herein, and that In default ol appearance
Iheplntnliil may proceed ns If personal
service Imd 'teen ell'.-cied. Audit was furthor ordered lhat tiie suid defendant
should tip'R-nr to lho suld writ within
threo months nfler Buoh service.
Dated 18th day of September, A. D. 1889.
CORBOVLD, McCOLL A JENNS,
dsel8mi        Solicitors for tbe Plaint lfl'.
TIME    CARD.
O. __».   OT. GO.
The Fine First-CInss
Str. William Irving
Will Leave tho O. P. N. Co.'s Wharf,
HVI1BT
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AND WAY PORTS.
Relssrsslssg Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When snfflcloiit Inducement oribrs she
Will proceed to IKH'K and on snch
ocdhslons will loavo her wharf
nt-la. m.
Connecting with their. P. N. (Jo.'s Steamer
for Vlciorla.
JOHN rRVINO, Manager.
T. I.. BRiaas, Agent,
New Westminster. dap3t»-
Time Table.
..(".i.'Jvj V1IIC .STEAMER
,s^__-™'-IGltEBTeUNSMUIR
LEAVE.-t w*ESTiMlNSTER over* Mou*
day morning nt 7 o'olock for Nannlmo, via V/'Ucoiiver, ivluvitlim Ttic-'.le.v,
via Vancouver.
Leaves Westminster every .Wednesday
at 7 a. in. fo   \ mm lin.) direct, eon n;-c tiny
with Islam! railway and Comox -steamer.
I-onves Namilino  ft»r Vniieouver on
Thnrsilays and '■'.■idnv.s and reliinih wiiiie
dnys,
Leaves N'maimoou Saturday at7a.ni.
for Wc-itmiiisler direct.
For freight, nr passage apply on board,
oi-toT. L. RHrr-nT-.C. I*. N. whnrf.     dto
Corner Park Lane &
Pelham Street,
Adjoining the new roaldouoo nt II. V.
Edmonds, Est**.
FINEST RESIDENTIAL LOTS
IN THK CITY.
BEAUTIFUL   SITUATION.
Theso lots will be sold on eu*.y terms.
For particular.-! apply on tbe ['rounds on
or after MONDAY, 23rd Sept.       dseltllo
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Xearlf llppusltis the Colo-ilnl Hotol,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LAKQEST AND   CHOICEST
ossorttssout of all description, of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hnnd, aud supplied to Fam.
UloB, Restaurants, nnd Steamboats atthe
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
GENERAL BHANDISE!
Constantly ou Hnnd an Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,   Boots & Shoes, Hats A Citps,
Crockery, Glassware, &c,
aSS-NT'S     «Ss     BOYS'     SUITS.
Great Variety of Household Artioles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and  GENERAL STORES.
S. B.—Farm Produce bought nt market rates or Bold on commission,
from tbe Interior promptly attended to.
•3.61-deri-
wjetto
■t-jjLV ™y.;.■ ,   .       .-. ...  vr*-! >v   *••"'   ■" '
CASTORI
for Infants and Children.
"C-ustorlaisBO*rolllsa.p*eil*oc-sIldrassU*al I Outorlss essres Colle, Coosstipatl"",
ls-=Mrami:nditMws>-rior»ssss»psracris™oo|!»!»f^
k-.--T.tome."     •LiAKS^lTD.,        M'-"-'!^'?* **" **"*'       f
Ulfea-AriR,8mU-a,*t.Y.   I WHtasl Issjuriossi medlc-Usss-.
Ta. Csstjss-s Cows-iNY, T? Mssmsy RSreet, 11. Y.
W. O. LOYE,
Fashionable Boot asi Shoo to,
Repnlrlun Ncutty Done.  Cork Sole
Work a Specialty.
m*Orders promptly attended to,
Olnrkvon St., Inrearof Colonial "Hotel, next to Band Bros.'office,  dnolto
Business Notice.
THE UNDEHSIGNED 18 PKEPABED
to furnbdi plans and specltlcat ions for
all classes of buildings (stono and brick a
specialty). Will furnish all the necessary
drawings and superintend work through u
competent foreman,and will guarantee
■perfect work for fj per cent, of cost, Offloe
.n Hank of B. C. Building, up stairs, Kew
Westminster. JAMES KENNEDY,
dwselllc Architect.
Feed, Livery i Sale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
3? *BOI?*BI*H1TO*B.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
for Hire. Hneks call nt all Hteamers
and Trains. Special attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Order:! muy bo left at tbe Offlce of Mathers A Mllllgnn,Commission Merchants,
Front. Htrec-j, New West. dse21tc
HACK, LIVERY, STACE,
Feed | Sale Stables
DOUBLE AND SIN8LE RIBS
At Special Low Rates.
Draying1 and _1 M of haling
Done at Shortest Notice,
Dry Cort! wood delivered to nny part of
tho City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
ua-Htnbles nearly opposite C.P.R.Depot, Columbia SL, NewWestminster,
djalltc       GILLEY BROS.  Pnoi-s.
M.A.McRAE
 HAS ON-
Exhibition
The fluent assortment of
English Tweeds, Worsted™
Fiiik-.v rmilliigs, &c,
Ac, just
iVcallsollcltosl,   ArlsiMMBig Block, Ni'sv
dsv Wssstssslsistor. issli2sli-
To San hm, Cal,
BY WAY OP THE
Southern Pacific Company's
X.IBTJB.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QUICKER IN TIME THAN ANY OTHER
HOUTE BETWEEN
GRAND SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIO COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodntlou of Second*ClaB8 Passengers, nttnehed to Express Trains,
Pare from Portland to Sacramento nnu
San Francisco-Unlimited, 825; First-
class (Limited), (20; Second-class (Limited), dis-
THROUGH TICKETS to all points Bout)
and East, via California,
TICKET OFFICER!
City Office, No. 134 Cor, First A Aide'
Streets;
Dsi'OT Offioh, Cor. F A Front Streote;
R. KOBHLKR,
Portland, Oregon.
E. P. ROGERS,
Manager-        Asst.H. V. A P. A'gi
Milli
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Land i Investment Agency
( X.IMTI-DI3ID )
THOMAS ALLSOP, 1
HENKY S. MA80*», [ SllIsssn'OSSS.
OUYI.ER A. HOLLAND, j
II Kill Of'FKKs
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Slreet,
LONDON, EXG.
Tlso Business ol ALLSOP * X ASO.1 hnB
liens ssiprtjesl lis the isbove Cssi ipisssy ssssd
svill IsocssiTlesl oss liy tlio Coss si ny frusss
tills ilulo as is geneml Lussil jiss-oslisscsst
isssil Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mort' go ai. Loss;
R.1S10B. Tosvss Lois and Fnrsss Jig Ltsnsls
for Salo on easy tornss.
Victoria,B.C.,MayWth, 18KT.  slwjly6
TO SMOKERS.
IP YOU WANT TO ENJO1' A GOOD
CIOAE, ASK FOB T IE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LI*E,
o.™. MAINLAND.
stSTThoy are not only me tie of the
Choicest Tobacco but (hoy nro of
Home Mnnnfnctnrcj, an 1 should be
patronized by all good citizen,'.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
UOLBROOK Bl'ILDIN. ,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW Wl 3TMINSTER.
dwl7noly	
WM. McClLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries!
And PROVISIONS.
—AMO—
A WEU.-BELEOTED STOCK 01
DRYGOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
WINDBOHM'S block,
OalM-tsIa Street,       K.w West-nliulM
ntslslwiy DAILY BRITISH COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., OCTOBER 11, 1889.
IMS Sritwh (Tolnmbmn
Frllar Ill-mine, Oet. ll. vm.
ADVEMI3IND RATES FOR THE DAILY.
Transient Aelverllsements.—VlrKtiuBer-
i.iim, ;n-'iM. per line solid nomiaroll; each
8al'B.:'iuentcousecutlvelnsertfou,3cts.per
Huh. Advertisements not Inserted every
tiny- lirst Insertion, 10 ets. per line; subse*
- t-n-ini Insertions, Sets, per line,
Sla-iilinc AdvertIr-eiuvnts.—l'rofeyslon-
& I or Business Cards—82 per montli. S»e-
dnl rates for general trade ndvortisltig,
ucoording lo space occupied and duration
of contract.
I .tiK-ilun Sales, when displayed,charged
i'i per cent, less than transient adits, If
■■•-iiiii. i>i-»i-|*ed at regular transient rates.
Mui-cial helices among reading matter,
)l vis. tier line each Insertion, specials
luserted by the month nt reduced rates.
Blrthn, Marriages and "Deaths, 81 for each
Insertion! Funeral Notices In connection
with deaths, 50 cts. each Insertion.
WEEKLY A0VERTI3II1Q RATE3.
Transient Advertisements.—First Insertion, 10 cts. per line solid nonpareil; subsequent insertions, 7 etu. por line.
Standing Advert Iseui ents .—Professional or Business Cards-31,50 por montli.
special rates for general trado advertising.
(Special Notices, i'irlhs, Marriages and
Deaths, same rates as Dally.
CnttmuRthenll metnl,»nil forlargocuts
an extra rale Mill ne cliarj-ed.
efflTersons -i'mdimt in iidverl.i,'iemoiits
should be winiful lo Kiiito wlicllier tlicy
aretoappear In Mm Daily Edition,ortlie
Weekly,or both. A liberal redneilon Is
made when Inserted in both. Nondver-
lisenient Inserted for less than ?1.
SUHSCItlllKIt.-*
Who do not receive their paper regularly,
from the Carriers or through   tho tost
OIBco, will confer a favor by reporting the
name to the office of publication at once.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Bnya Wanted. .H. M. Cunningham &, Co
Explanatory Declaration.... Mayor et al
Ho polico court this morning.
Oyster cockfciils at Club saloon. *
Fresh Eastern Oyatura at R. J.
Armstrong's, to
Leather leggings, with steal springs
on sido- at Grant & Maclurca.     *2t
Oohuea averaged 50 to tho  boat last
night, nnd aockeyes considerably more.
Walker & Co. havo Sapperton Lota
near Now HoBpital und  Ross-Mac*
laron Mills- at old prices. *
The Gladya left this morning for
Chilliwack with a largo quantity of
freight and somo paaaengora.
Tho atr. Rainbow cleared this morning for Viotoria with n good average
cargo and n number of passengers.
Rircnin huntera will do well to look
through W. &. O. Wolfendon's stock
uf Dry Goods, Ilata and Clothing, now
clearing at coat. *tc
The atoamer Irv.'ng. dup from up
rivor pointi to .dny, will not arrive in
port till to-morrow, having boon do*
tainnd by an extra heavy down trip
frieght.
Tho atr. Rithot arrived from Via*
tona last night, loaded 8,C0O caae3 of
salmon at varioua canneries on the
river and left on the return trip thia
morning.
Thore aro still soino persons in tho
city wbo are not registered as votera
on tlio provincial list. All such per-
sous can have their names nt (-.died to
tho list by applying to tlto government
ngent.
The investigation into tho charge
mild-} againat Chief of Police Stewart,
iif Vancouver, was commenced yester-
dny before Mr. Justice Drnko. This
io tho lirst of a liat uf charges against
evory member of the Vancouver police
force. *]
Geo. Flux, the big drummer oftho
Salvation Army in thia city, lins asked
us to contradict the Truth ful (?) item
which appeared the other day, insinuating that he (the drummer) had been
under the influence of the wrong kind
of "spinta."
There would be no serious damage
done to the witer front by hauling
■•ut a lot of those old, slimy, rotten
bilea that are nltoeether too frequent nt
Hut point. Some old sheds, which
have not been used for yeara, and aro
in a-i advanced suje of dilapidation,
could also be removed without spoil*
ir» the beauty of tho surrounding locality.
Work on tho Surrey dyko will bo
* immenced with a large forco of mnn
■■■ Munday next, and if fine weather
favor* operations will bo pushed ns
: .--..Iy '.:. men and teams can do tho
\. ntk. The completion of several aub-
r.-ntracts on the Westminster Southern throws a large number of laborers
out i f employment, and these will he
furnished work on the dyko if thoy so
dfsiro.
A due programme haa been arranged
for the pumpkin pie Boeial, to be j*.1?-
en by the ladies of the Methodist
church on Monday evening neit. Tin
bill of faro also pnuniaea n rich and ap-
petiziug feaat, in which the crisp and
luscious pumpkin pie will pUy a prominent patt. Tho ladiea aru earnest
in their endeavor.*- to make thoir
social a success in every way, and they
will succeed.
- A sp-jcial meeting of the Hyack
Fire Co. will ba held this evening nt
8 uV-locfc. at which the prizes won nt
lhe !<t™ eelebntbn will be disposed
of ii: a rntnr-er satisfactory to the
light-fa ded racers. It is suggested
tliat after paying off the debts incurred
«>y tht* men in connection with the
vauvm i&inttufj they have entered into, Mist the balance be divided among
tho iPcmberi td tho team.
Tito bnrqoa C, C. Funk, wliich
Imdi* I imber p.t :ho Royal City Milla
Mid mfJcd a few weeks ago hr Mcl-
boirr.ir, put inlo San Franoisoo yoa*
It-rdny for repairs occasioned by tho
blov.iii'.'away of bur flail**, and tho
(irea! ing "f thu casting of hor pump
during a heavy [*a'e which alio oncoun*
turoi a few days previous. Ab aoon
ua th-- uucMBtt.y repairs are completed
nho will proceed un her voyage.
Rifle Natch An-at.-,.-!-.
It has been fully decidod by the N.
W. Rifle Association to accept tho
challenge of the Vancouver association
tu shoot a match at tho latter city on
Saturday, 20th inat. The preliminaries
wero arrange- by Mr. A, F. Cotton
while in Vancouvor yesterday. A
meeting will bo held early next woek
to choose a team, but it is certain several of our crack idiots will not bu ablo
to go over. Tho annual banquet of
tho Vancouvor nsaociation will bo held
ou the evening of tho match and an invitation to tho members of tho visiting
team has been extended.
I'Mcviiis Iudlnns.
Tho chief of polico received information thia morning from Vancouver
thnt the Indians who stole a bundle
of blankets from aomo other Indians
down at tho swnmp some timo ago,
wore heading for Westminster. The
depredators worn last seen (it Boatings
proceeding in tho direction of Westminster. Tho chief immediately dis-
patched all his available forces, among
thom constable Hilly, the grout Siwash
detective, lu iutercept tho thieves, and
disposed them so aa to guard all up*
pruachoa to tlio city. At last accounts
no captures had boon made, but thu
constables nro confident of cuptiiriii'j
their men.
The Blrdnls.
Tho medals won by tho lacrosse and
foot ball playcra, which are being
manufactured by Mr. F. Crake, will
bo completed to-mor.w „nd placed
cu display in his show window. The
medals uro very handsomo indeed, aud
ahould bu inspected by all who take an
intorest in the victories of our athletes.
Tho public presentation of the medals
will take place somo ovening next week,
when tho public should turn out en
masse and do honor to the winners. It
is suggested that the medals should
uot bo presented till nfter the final
lacrosse match of tho Reason, on Saturday week, and thia suggestion mny
bc adopted.
AScatllili Concert.
A mooting of a Inrgo number of
ladies and gentlemen, interested in arranging fur a Scottish concert, to bo
given on St. Andrew's night, was held
last night, and the preliminaries successfully arranged. The ooncert will
bo purely Scottish in fact and in sentiment, and in those who will be selected to assist in the programme there
will not bo one but who ia able to do
loyal justice to the "Land of tho
mountain and the flood." Every item
on the programme will bo Scottish,
songs, music, readings and recitations,
nud it is hardly necessary It add that
ench a treat will not fail lo draw together for one night at least, the members of every Scottish elan and fnm;,y
resident in tho royal city.
The t'liaiiiiilonslilp Match.
Tho Vancouver lacrosse club lira
proved itself both plucky nud fair-
minded. Declining to claim honors
not justly entitled to, the club at a
meeting last night, decided to challenge the Westminster club to play a
final match on Saturday week for the
championship of tho province and tho
Alhambra cup. Tho Vancouver team
will go into practice at onco, and
when lho day of tho great matih arrives
they will tako tho field as fit for play
i-i hard work and careful training can
mnke them. That tho challenge will be
accepted ia already decided, and it ia
now tho duty of the royal city mon to
settle down to hard and steady practice till the date of the match, when
victory again will porch on tho banner
of Westminster,
H. Itl.B. Irtircs.
Tho rimes of Wednesday says: H.
M. S. Champion and Acorn arrived in
Esquimalt last evening about five
o'clock. Tho Icarus was loft behind
to recover an anchor and cable which
was slipped and wont to tho bottom.
Two divers from tho Ainpliion will
endeavor to locate it and when recovered the vessel will start for Esquimalt, and is expected to arrive this
ovening. Tho mishap to the Icarus
has not boon attended, it is thought,
wilh any serious consequences, lt is
believed that besides losing a portion
of her falso keel and aome coppor
sheathing no other damage was sustained, and the vessel tit no time made
any water. Tho particular rock on
which tho Icarus got temporarily fast,
-na luckily a flat rock. Going on at
7 o'clock Sunday evoning, at high
water, tho Icarus lay on the rock,
bow on, till noon on Monday, when at
low tido the weight of tho stern
waa sufficient for tho bow to
slip off into safe water. A repoit of
thu damage will bo mode by divers,
and if deemed advisable the vessel will
go into tho dry dock for repairs. An
investigation will bo hold to ascertain
who ia responsible for hor going
ashoro,
OUR TERMINAL HOTEL.
.'.-mi'uil-i-i Westminster.
Vnni'ouvor is waking up to tho gi*
g-iut c strides being made by Westmin*
atur, which, in spite nf everything said
to tho cont miy, ia gradually leaving
hur more pampered aud petted sister
iiu Burrard lnlot, behind. A spirit of
renewed enterprise showed itaelf at
tho meeting held at Vancouver last
night to discuss tho park by-law, which
wns voted on to-day. Speaking of tho
meeting tho Vancouver JVcios Bays:
-'The meeting hold lust night to tako
steps for getting n good attendance of
voters at tho poIU to-day was well nt*
tanded, nnd much onthuaiasm prevailed. Whilo those present felt sure of
ft victory to-day, it waa not tho unanimous decision tlmt nothing should be
loft undono to roll up a Inrgo majority
fnr tho by-luw nnd show the opponents
of tho uieaBtir-j and the half-hearted
frionds who are worso than open opponents that the peoplo of Vancouver
are not willing that the citizens of
Westminster should loavo them be
hind in the race of pragmas."
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
nt the Colombian offloe. Prices will be
found as low as at anv othor oflice tn
the province ■- Adv
Children'Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Kelson   tlerirl Sow Controls thn Finest
Holrl on Ihe Const.
A der.I which caused no littlo surprise in thia city wna mado laat night,
by which tho Tacoma hotel will change
hands, tho consideration being $250,-
000. The uew proprietors are tun iu
number, among thom being Allen C.
Mason, Nolaon Bennett, G. Collis,
W. J. Thompson, Paul Schulzu and
fivo others. It waa Btated on tho
streets last evening that tho sale of
tlm hotel was under consideration,
but no reliable information conld be
learned until today. It ts understood that tho Tacoma Lund Company
lind decided to sell tho Tacoma last
August, when Mr. John O. Bullett,
one of tho trustees of tho Tacoma
Land Company, nnd agent for Mr. C.
B. Wright, was in tho city. While
the hotel at present is a paying institution, nnd ia n source of conaiderablo
revenue to tho corporation whioh controls it, it hns answered their purpose,
and having an opportunity to sell tho
hotol to porsons who will manage it
in a manner auitable to all concerned,
thoy docidud to dispose of it nt a figure at whioh tho purchasers would be
able to roalizo something from their
investment. Tho deal was mado by
Mr. Kelson Bennett, whilo on a trip
east, ho having returned but yesterday. Tho heaviest stockholders aro
Allen C. Mason aud Nelson Bennett.
For tho present tho management of
the hotel will uot bo changed, but it
ia understood that ohangos will be
mndo in Ihe future,— Tacoma Glohe.
Ikrcss UoodsEnl Coat at Wolfenden's.
Overcoats, Olothing and Gentlemen's
Furnishing!;, suitable for present and
winter uso, clearing nt cost prices, at
W. & G. Wolfendon'B. *lo
VOLUME VU—NO. 88.
STREET IMPROVEMENTS.
A l.lkiijr.c nl   lVhllt   Is IJiillK   Hone   Oil
Koine (if thi- Hlrcrts Under lt--->nir.
The improvements on Fortcscuc
stroet nro progressing satisfactorily.
Somo of tho cuta are vory dt-up, nnd
residences which used lobe on a lovol
with tho roadway are now only accessible by means of a ladder or tho back
entrance round tho corner. The ap-
pcaranco of tho street, however, iu
spill! of thoau incongruities, has been
very materially improved. Somo
largo boulders, or, as they havo been
facetiously denominated, "coarse land,"
havo been removed, and all tho hollows filled and levelled.
On Blackie street chips and sawdust nro working a complete change.
Thia thoroughfare used to Bag in the
middle, aa the navigators Bay, and was
famed for the rich and abiding quality
of its mud. But its name ts mud no
longer. When the improvements nto
completed, and that section of tho
public that gather*) news is credibly
informed that thoy will bo completed,
this street will oiler facilities for traflic, seldom equalled nnd never ox-
colled. As haa been remarked teveral
times lately, the work on ihu lower
end of Douglas street is finished and
ia n credit to tho board of works.
Around tho Royal City Planing Mills,
street patching has been going on for
aomo time, ;* number of years in fact,
und where onco tho dusky Siwash
pitched his tent aud caroused in tho
bosom of the swamp, pretty safe from
tho unwelcome gazo of tho vigilant
polico oflicer, thero now extend in
ovory hand broad, level roads compactly built of tho refuse from the mill.
It used to bu a nightly occurence, lho
arresting of intoxicated Slwnshesin
this classic vicinity. Tho ollicor was
compelled to lead or drag his prisoner
along a narrow plank, aud na the Siwash ia not totally devoid of humor,
he would often make excursions off
tho plank into tho muddy depths alongside, hauling the ollicor along with
him. Then was the air made warm
with loudly ejaculat:d expletives, and
the oflicer was wont to lift the drunken red mnn aud pit ih him on to the
plank; and the depraved son of tho
woods was wont to give ao much assistance that ho generally overshot the
mark and landed head first ou tho
other side, tu the unspeakable delight
of his captor, who, as a general thing,
requisitioned tho forward compartment of his capacious shoe to express
hia appreciation on tho corporeal foundation of his prisoner. Tho Vancouver rund has a good chanco to develop
a fine crop of wheel ruts, ns the passage of heavy loads over this highway
upmost unceasing. Nearly all the cordwood used in tho city comes from this
direction, and the vehicular traffic between Una city and Vancouver ia very
much moro than tho averago citizen
has tvtiy idea of. Agnes Btreet is being touched off in tin artistic manner.
The drains along tho sido of the roadway are being comfortably tucked in
with dirt, aud If tho surplus wator will
only obligingly percolate over the
sides, tho troubles of a ceitun admir-
blu body will practically end,
in so far aa Agues street is concerned.
The continuation of tho sidewalk
rom the post office tu Agnes slreet on
Mary street, is going forward nud ia
going to bo u credit..bio pioco of work.
That it has been badly wanted a long
time no ono who has had (o uso Mary st.
will be prepared to dispute If a suggestion ia in order it might be pointed
out horo that nu place in tho oity
needs a sidewalk so much na that part
ol"Clemcut street lying botween Agnes
Btreet and Royal avonuo. Tho foot
passenger tra Hie on thia ahort pioee
uf street easily warrants the laying of
such n walk, and tho present condition
of it is, not to put it too strongly, bad.
Nearly evoryono going to tho fair
grounds, tho old atheletic park and
the residence regon on tho crown of
tho hill uses this thoroughfare, mnny
of them several times a day, Tho
fragment of sidewalk alongsido the
Queen's Hotel on Clement Btreet stops
abruptly ten yards or so up tho hill.
Beyond ita confines oceans of mud
await tho wayfaror all tho way up to
lloyal avenuo.
PERSONAL.
F.'F. Raitt, of Dultn, gavo ua n call
thia morning.
F. M. Griawold, of New York, is
registered at the Colonial.
W, Wolfenden returned from Victoria thia afternoon, via  Vancouvor.
Wm. Downie, assistant superintendent C. P, R was in tho city thia aftornoon.
Dr. A. E. Edgar, of Toronto, arrived
to-day, and is tho guest of the Rev.
H. Whito.
J. W. Bengough nnd wife left for
Kamloops to-day by the Atlantic express. A number of friends weru at
thu station to see them off.
Rov. J. H, White returned to-day
from a six weeks viait to his old home
in Ontario. Iiu roturna greatly benefitted by tho reat and chango.
Guests at the Colonial: F. M. Gris*
wold, New Stork; M. Olson, Portland;
R. Logan, .Tas. Bates, John Munn,
Vancouver; Mra. W. Whitoaido, Mrs.
C. Whitoaido, Surrey Centro.
Dr. Walker, a graduate of Edinburgh Medical College, has decidod to
settle in Nuw Weitminster. ilo has
rented thu residence of Mr. Rind nnd
will commenco practico nextweuk.
Capt. E. 8. Scoullar returned to-dny
from an extended visit to New York,
Boston, Montrenl and other eastern
oities. He returns much pleased with
hit. trip and looking considerably tho
better, for it.
Tho session of tho graud lodgo was
continued Wednesday, tho morning
arid nfternoon meetings boing takon
up with regular routine businoss. Thu
ideation of the executivo officers was
held in tho evoning, with thu following result:—
0. 0. T. D. McGiilivray (re-elected),
PoeriosB Lodgo.
G. V. T., Slater Charming. Vancouvor Lodgo.
G. C, Jrh. Hastie, PerBoveranco
Lodge.
G. Saoy., S, Guiigh, Onward Lodge.
G. S. J. T., Siator M. Jenkins, Tri*
umph Lodge.
G. Trena., W. E. Losuo, Pereover-
auoe Lodge.
0. Chap. Rov. Bryant, Nuw Era
Lodgo.
G. M.. W. E. Johnston, Harmony
Lodgo.
P. G. 0. T„ Rev. Wood, Kamloops
Lodge.
Bro. D. McGillivray wns elected representative to tho Right Worthy
Grand Lodgo, and Sister M. Jenkins
alternntivo.
Ilro. Sweot was elected Deputy R.
W. G. T.
Aftor adjournment, the delegates
woro sociably entertained by Porscver-
ance Lodge, it pleasant hour beiug
■pent in discussing refreshments, and
listening to vocal and instrumental
music, etc.
TheG. 0. T.G. T. nnd G. Troas.
submitted their reports, which showed
a vory favorablo condition of tho workings of the order throughout tho provinco. The numbor of lodges up to
the 31st of July waa 20; total membership 923, nu increase over last year of
172. Tho next annual session will
take place nt Nanaimo, in Septomber,
188!).
Wholesale tiltj Market.
Itec/,   per 1001 bs. live weight t -1
Pork "        7
Mutton "          8
PotatocF,ncw"       	
Cabbago        "       	
Onions
Wlieat "       	
Oata "       	
Peas "       	
Hay,        per Ion   	
Butler (roll-,-) per It-	
Cheese, "   	
Kggs,       perdu?	
Cordwood lietall) -icrcord	
,06'grn) per uio lbs  4
**    (dry)       "   S
Wool, per Hi	
03® 4 00
03(.i 7 SO
1*0@ BOO
7fi O 1 00
■™c0 100
.H>» t CO
50C<7) 0 00
C0@ 126
ffi® 1 50
oo ja 14 oo
26 (3 UO
140 15
ISO 40
50 & 4 00
fi0@ 100
00 & 6 00
000 0 00
Bt9 11
*ffhen Baby was nick, we gave hit Cutoria,
Wlion sho wm a Child, ehe cried for Castoria,
Wlion sho became Was, the clung to Cutoria,
When sh* bail Cbltdrrm, the gave thom Cutorli
BAPTIST CHURCH, Apnea Htreet,
East of Mary Street, Lord's Uny
Services at 11 a. in. nnd 7 p. m. Bajibath
Uclioolandliiblo Class nt 2:30 p. m. All
seals free; strangers cordially welcomed,
—Bev. Tli oh. Unlil win, pnstor.
METHODIST church, Mary
Street. Rev. J. H. White, Pastor.
Services at 11 a.m. and7p. in. Sunday
Scliool nnd Bible Class 2:30 p. in. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays nt 7.30p.tn, Heats
free; strangers cordially invited.	
ST. PAUL'S C'tUUCH, John Street,
Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thomas
Haddon, Pastor, Services every Sunday
at 11 n. m. nnd 7 p. in, Thursdny evenings
at7:30 o'clock. Scats tree; nil are cordially invited. Sunday School nt2:80 p. m.
CIHURCH OF ENGLAND.-HOLY
i TRINITY CHURCH; Hector, Tho
Bishop. S. MARY'S OHURCH; Reetor.
The ven. Archdeacon Woods. Services
in both churches ei'cry daw. Ail seats
tree. Both churches opon all dny/orprl*
vate prayer. ,	
-pKESUYTERIAN    CHUROH   (ST.
Jr ANDREW'S), corner Carnarvon nud
Black wood Sis. Rev. Thos. Scouler, pnstor. Services at 11 a. m.nnd 7 p. in.; Sim-
day-school and Bible-class at 2.Sl)p. m.:
Prayer-meeting on Thursday evenings at
7..10.   Seats free: atraugerg welcome
KP.-HOYALLODOENO.0. Iteffular
. Meeting every Tuesday night at«
o'clock. Oddfellows'Hall. Visiting Brethren wt-k-oiiH-.—J. K. K.-Kurr, K.of H.&K.
j O. G. T.-BXCBL9IOK LODGE NO. 8
1, meets overy Monday evening nt 8 o'clock, in lho Temperance Hnll.CoIumhia
St. Visiting members nro cordially Invited.—W. C, Loye, Itec. Sec.
C
ALEDONIA A,   ST.   ANDREW'S
day of each montli, nt 8 o'clock p. m. All
Scotchmen are Invited to attend.-John
Buie, Sec.
AO. F.--COURT LOUD DUFFERIN.
, No. G.I01. Tlio regular meetings of
tho above Oourt aro held at the Foresters'
Hall, on tho first and third Wednesday in
-ITT C. T. U—ltEGULAH MEETING
VV • every Wednesday afternoon at S
o'clock at the W. C. T. U. Headquarters,
Douglas Ht. Loyal Legion in tiio same
place every Friday nfternoon.—Mna. Jas
CUNNINGHAM, President; MBS, J. A. Oun
B UNION LODGE No, 0, A. F,
^ffwtg* •*'• A. SI.—The rogular meet*
jLjR lugs of this Lodge nro held in
rxy \ the Masonic Temple on the first
Wednesday In each month, nt 7:"0 o'clock
p.m. Sojourning brethren are cordially
Invited to attend.--W. C. Coatham, See.
BOARD OP TRADE. Board Room,
Oddfellows Brtek Block, up-stnlrs
Council meets on the ih-st Wednesday
In ench month, at 4 p, so. Quarterly
meetings on the 22nd of Keb., May., Aug.,
nnd Nov., nt 7:."0 p. in. New members
may be proposed and elected nt auy tj,uar-
terly meeting.—D. RonaoN, Sec.
TO LET.
TWO FURNISHED   ROOMS   IN PRI-
vate  house.   Flrst-class  location,—
Apply at tills offlce. doclOtq
WANTED.
ATAILORESS; ALSO, TWO APPREN*
tlccs to learn lhc tailoring business.
-Apply to J. ft. MANSON,
doolOta Columbia Htreet.
Hyack JFire Co'y.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE HY-
ssck Five Co. svill bo lisslsi sst Hyisck
Hull FRIDAY cveiiln-r, is'. 8 o'clock.
\V. II. EDMONDS,
,IocI0t2 Secssstory.
2TOT-ICH.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY fli VEN THAT
XS I have seized and will sell by Pnbllc Auction, at. my oflice, In New Westminster, on tlio morning of tho Sixth day
of November, subject io the payment by
lho purchaser ln addition to the purchase
price all cost", charges nnd expenses connected with Ino seizure, acertain quantity
of Logs now lying at tho mouth, on the
banks nud in Scott Creek, n tributary of
1'lttLiiko, In lhe District of New Westminster.
T. ft. HIGGINSON,
Crown Timber Agent,
New Westminster, 5th October, 1880,
docGml
W. BREDEMEYER, DR, PH.
(Late Partner of John MnVleker)
MINING ENGINEER. U.S. A PROVINCIAL BUUVEYOll,*™ A8SAYBU.
•atrReliable reports, underground sur*
versantimapaoi mine:' executed allow
rates, Assays nude on all kinds Ot minerals, sold aril sllvOi' bars, Till, iy years'
experience in mining in Asia, Europe
and United Stales of America. SpoakH
ten lonaungSS, Assays from a distance
promptly attended to. Address Vancouver, R.O, ddol7te
A Pleasing- Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows the uso of Syrup of Figs- ns it
aots gently On tho
Kidneys, Liveii W Bowels
Effectually Cleansing tho System-whan
Costivo or Bilious. Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and permanently curing
HABITUAL OOHSTXPATIOK
without weakening or irritating tlio organs on which it acts.
For solo In VOe bottles hy all Leading
Druggists,
MANDMerimt-l) ONLY BT TUB
OAIsirOBSIAH-SYEUPOO
, But ru-K-KO, OAt.,
Two Boys Wanted.
-I y TO 18 YEARSOLD, TO LEAUN TIN-
lt)  smithing trade.   Good chance for
good boys.   Applyto
aocllti    II. Mi CUNNINGHAM A CO.
Explanatory Declaration
WHEREAS DOUBTS HAVE ARISEN
as to iho meaning of certain words
ina certain agreement made between lho
Corporation of tiie City of Hew Westminster of the flrst part and tlie New Westminster Southern Railway Company of
tlio second part, which ng.cemont beam
date the 10th dny of September, lCJil), nnd
relates 11 the construction nnd operation
of the Southern Railway and other works
and to tno payment hy the Corporation t >
tho said Compan;" .f n certain bonus under certain condIli-»nsj
Now it Is hereby mutually agreed nnd
declared t > bo lho true meaning and Intent
of the words contained lu the second aud
third lines of the fifth ;.;c!ion on page
three of the above mentioned agreement,
that the feiry therein provided for shall
cany any passengers or ne'ght seeking
trnusporiafion across the Fraser River, as
well as passengers nnd freight Irom or for
thesaid railway: ami It Is further agrood
and declared thnt, In tho event of i lie contract jr undertnkl ng to construct a railway
and free traffic bridge across Fraser River,
as provided for In section four of the said
agreement, thou the contractor slinll pro*
vldo a tempoi ary forry unliable for lho
transportation of passonsers and freight
acroxNsald river, nnd maintain nud operate tlie samo until the t-aid bridge Bliiill
hnvo boon ooniploled nud opened for
truffle.
Signed and sealed at the City of New
Westminster this nth dav of October, l.':n.
' W. 11. TOWNHKND. Mayor.
P. ROBSON, Cily Clork.
B.D0UOLA8,
President N. w. ft, R'y.
O0lld.lt      IT. J. TRAPP, Secretary.
PIANOS ON EXHIBITION,
AB THERE WERE NO PRIZES OB-
fered for pianos at tho Agricultural
Show, the Nowcombo pianoforte hnd a
placard upon It, stating Hint It was ready
mreompotltlon against nny piano in tlio
show for superiority In all point1* of excellence. This oiler ist 111 holds good lo llie
value of the piano.
11108. W. FLETCHER,
Sulii Agent for 11. C,
87 Fort Bt.-Victoria.
P. PEEBLES,
Agent, Now Westminster.
E. M. McDONOUGH,
doc7wl Oeneral Traveling Agent,
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
FRESH MILK
Delivered Daily to Customers in all parts
of the City.
Hotels and Restaurants supplied at .Special Rfttf-s by tho year,
FRESH EGGS
Delivered at Market Rates.
Ordors left at M   Si sola in's will bo
promptly attended to.
WEAVF.R A, WOOOWAHD,
djoliiyl Proprietor.™
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
O j9l IK- "I? 33 3R-' S3
Temple of Music!
Is lho Place to Buy First-Class
PIANOS - ORGANS
At snch Prices and Terms ns will Suit
Any Reasonnblo Buyer.
For prices r.nd terms, apply to CARTER'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC.
Vancouvor, ll* 41.
230 Hastings St. West. dnplOtc
fflMffi&CO.
RANK BUILDINUS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
ITEJ-KPIIONK No. 55.]
14 CLARE HOAD, HALIFAX. ENGUND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS ANO AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE ANO
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London and Lancashire ITIre mul
British Kmplre Life I mar mice
Companies*.
New Wentmliialvr Building Society.
Account*-,ill's Olllcc, Diocese of N.W.
Clip Auditors, lHSfli it-r-7 and 1881,
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND BULLING OK REAL PROPER*
TY IN THE CITY AND DISTRIOT,
and other monetary transaction-;,
Havo soveral good Investments on their
books, and all new Coiners will do well to
call before doing business elsewhere.
dwMely
<H
eo
JUST
Our first consignment of
LADIES: JACKETS!
Also the largest assortment of
MANTLE-
CLOTHS
I Iff      tJPSX-O      PBOVIBTOB.
SPECIAL: Plushes in all the new shades,
THE LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE.
illASO.MI! BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
OGLE, CAMPBELL &C0.
Arc now Showing their Complete Line of
Cents' Furnishings!
THE LATEST THINGS IN NEGLIGEE FLANNEL
SHIRTS, PIQUE POINT SHIRTS, SMOKING JACKETS and DRESSING GOWNS, WHITE DRESS VESTS
and the most complete and best assorted stock- of TIES in Windsors, Dcrbys, Puffs, Knots, Bows, &c,
UNDERWEAR has received our attention and in consequence our stock is right as to price, quality and make.
GLOVES of all kinds. We are agents for a leading eastern
make.
We are showing the "correct" thing in Head-gear; a glance
at our stock will prove this.
"Quartermain" is the latest in Linen Collars.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.,
The Isiirgcst Clotblim & Gents' Furnishers in New Westminster,
sKTNEXT DOOE DANK OP MONTREAL.TOi
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
xz,__i_e_.x.-_i__t xxr
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
XjB.1oxb.i__.ox Herri-aurs,
*L£ac*eexel, Salt Cod,
^.rrao-ax's "CTnc. Hame,
Aimovit'B XJnc. Bacon.
Flcaz. Bran. Sliorts,
HTBIOHEST PRICES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE.
ssow-,17 Sooullar-Armttrong Blook, Columbia 8t.
Jas.Ellard,Co
Are Now Opening
-THEIR-
FIRST INSTALMENT
 OF	
* _NTEj"W *
FAIL MILLINERY
=ALSO=
A COJV1PLETE blJME OF
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Mantles, Cloaks and Jackets,
LONDON HOUSE,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
J? - *w!£%ijrlZE-_1^u.
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &(!.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full Hue of Spectacles & Gyc-tilasscs in stci-l, rubber, oitvor arc guld
frames.   Tlio finest rubbles made, ?4 per pair; ull Bights suited.
Special -ittuntlou given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS, Hnvi'iy lufinu.-, th-
business thoroughly from somo of tho lir.est Horologors In England, and Hin.: tlioti
managed the watch-repairing departments of a fow of tho boot firms oil tli-- cmti*
nent of America, is a -mfBeient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage «Lyuianj Montreal,
Charges Moderate,
Montreal, Dec, 1887.—Mr, F, Crnlio,—-Andw; Robertson, Esq., Chairm..
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says:  "I nover found a W'atohnukor who <Ii
woll forme as you did whon in Montreal, and I urn sorry you aro not hore tn-ilay
dwanf-JLc
nol
(1 8(1
Wholesale and lietail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, 1). C.
I it m.
II  IlUIIUIIUUII-i
Cor. Columbia and Mary Sta., New Westminster.
The above named firm having fully decided to retire from the
Dry Goods Business and confine their attention to the Grocery
Business for the future, now offer the whole of their
Choice, New, Well Selected and Well Bought Stock of Dry
Goods and Clothing at
Cost Prices for Cash.
A raro chanco is now offered to intending purchasers, an tho Btook constat* of
goods just suited for the present and coining Bonson. All fresh and in prime order
and purchased in tho beat foreign markets at rook bottom prices.
Salo to commonce ou Monday, the Kith instant, and to continuo until tho wholo
of tho stock has boon olosed out. UEMEMUEI1 THE PLACE: Comer of Columbia and Mary Streets.
W. & G. WOLFENDEN.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, j-o to
SINCLAIR'S,    *    Columbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time, A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices, dwtc
BON MARCHE.
S
PECIAL BARGAINS in New Dress
Goods, Jackets, Paletots, Dolmanettes,
and Ulsters.
A Large Assortment of MEN'S SUITS
from $7.00.
WALKER & SHADWELL,
'wmIM- COLUMBIA BTREET.

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