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Array floT'tnment Printing office
British    Columbian.
VOLUME 7
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. 0., THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1889.
NUMBER 09
K. II. S. WOODS,
DAI'ttlSTEK-AT-LAW. OITlco-M-Koss.
sslo Hlreot.
T. C. ATKINSON,
DAIiaiSTEB,SOLICITOR,*!!. OlTlocs-
lJ JIissoisli! Bssllsllssg, Now wosl-sslssster,
Rd.  dwto
AiUiBTUONG O, UCKS'S'lilN,
B:\RRISTHIW,   SOI.1C1TO1IS,   KTC.-
Mufioislu Bisllillny,   Woss' Wsrstiniss-
sli'S', H. 0. slsvissy'lo
W. MIIIHAH IIU1.1.;, (i.e.,
BARRISTElt-AT-I,AW,I, AN l> AGENT.
Money to Lonn. Olslcss—Olarlisoss Kl.,
Now Weslsssliister, 11 11. die
<SlilllllS IIS, Mc. (IS 1. .11 JI..VJISS,
BARRISTERS, BOLIOITOBS, I'lo.  001-
otis—.Mnsonlo Uiilklinu", Wosv West-
SlllllsUsr, llllsl VllllOOIlVST, II. (J. SlsvlQ
A. O. miviiiim:-.i II IS, ,12. A ,
BARRISTER, SOMl.'ITOIt, NOTARY
I'llbllo, So. 0111™ In Iho Ilistnloy
Isssll'llin,', (Joliiiiililii.-.:., oliliOBtlo tlioCos-
sssslisl Htslol. ilsvuu'jlsi
.SOSHI'II E. GAYNOK, ll.A„l.l..l*.
GOLD MEDALIST ol tlio Unlvors.ll> or
Dnlsllu.   UARIUSTHH-A'rLAW ol
III" II lull I'"Ull Of.I,Vill"", 1,,-llllS.l. SJIll' ,'S,
C'oi'iifr MuKemslo .t Olsls'kson Kl-*., nosv
WcBlsislnstor. ilss'feHllo
A. J. IIOI.'SIOS, 1), IS. S.,
SUl'OJ'iON 1SENTIST. (Irailllnlo at III
Olilo Uollt'tio nl lioiilnl Bllrsros'y. J
siosv Willi tn-. IS.V..C. JIlWIl. All svos-b
skillfully posToi'lnisil. llrmius II *: V. IJaiilc
.,f 11. U-.t'olnnililuK;. ![..ins-Sin I'ln.ni '
1:30 In ll p. sn. iljly.llo
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of ntl kiuils of tin: Iscst ssmliosi {)l*OS8-Cllt & Mailll-Kaws,
Barlicd Wire, for I'V'uoins;, ond nil Hm nooesuiy I'li'nslls for Funning)
1-iiUev Blocks, fimiteli Blocks, Kopa sS: Chalii in nil bI-usi Pitch,
Tin- & Oakum; T-iwl um! I-lnsss I'mii'i- for iiiiiililiHXi faints & Oils
[is all colors; Limiid I'llilltS lis nil oliulsss; Fliitsi' S'lllntsrssissly tousei lirillll
StolH'SI Willi Taper sis nil designs; Bl-oomsi & Brushes for nil purposes;
Liiliricaliii:: Otis) Traps of nil desoriptions, ami n general assortment of
Agricultural Implcniciiis,
£9* Special attosstiou given to ordcra liy mail.
T. T.
dwjiyllto
ar-Ea^.-p-**? so ao.,
CoLdsIhia Stuart, NltW WESTMINSTER.
a. w. miMfii:,
i ItOHITEOT.   Ollloe-ConicrMtiiyiiiid
L  ('InrltHoii fit!'., Westminster,   tfwlo
clow a, liiAci-im*;,
ARCHITECTS.    Ollice-Hofim K. over
Hank of R. C„ Columbln __trect.Wost*
minster, (lie
wis.i.isV.'i* ft. niHQ,
AROHITKCT.SANMTAHYli'NaiNEEK,
. Ao. ItomnvGd lo Arm.slroiiR'ri Blook,
('i-ltunl-ia "if rod, WeHlitilnslci' — Itonin
No. 2, (lie
W. TlIItlAUDKAU,
AND BUUVJ5YOR ANLUmATTGHTS-
I man.   Itnuiley lllock, Now Wcstniln-
,Tor, It. 0.
ilmyl.ili:
A, V. CO'l IO.V,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
HUUVHYOU. Ofltuc: lloom D,Bank
of B.O. 1mlMing, Woslmliister.B.O.
ALBKIIT J.   HILL
(M.Can.Hoc.C.E.1,
ClIVILENClINKElt.LANUSURVEYOH
*   mid    DRAUGHTSMAN.      Hamley
Hlot'k- New Wcslmlnstcr.        (lwail23to
«. i*n -thndbhui,
pEAL ESTATE BROKER nnd County
MX Court Af*ent. (.'tunmlssloner, Notary
Public, Ac. Rents collected, Oflloe—McKenzie Htreet, New Westminster, B. 0.
T. J. TUAl'P,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
All ciiinmls'tiouH will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best references
given when reqnlred. mhllMe
J. IS. FINLAYSON,
PIANO TUNER, from Broatlwood A
Sons, Loudon, England, mul Hteln-
way A Sons, Now York, now residing In
Vun'-ouYcr, wilt attend to orders left at
Mr. Zed. S. Hull's ami D. Lyal A Co/a
Klur-x-. Trips 1st week of ench month,
dnu8le
TUllNKIl, BEETON A CO.,
MERCHANTS. Whnrf St., Vlctoiln.
Agents Ior North British and Mercantile Insurance Co. for Mainland. H.
C. BRBTON A Co., .18 Flnsbury Circus, London, M. C. dtc
Imperial Fire Insurance Co,
OB1 X.O'CT-DO'Pr.
i .U'lTAI.,        - UI.WOO.OllU !4fg.
Rates as low as any other reliable Com-
Eallies doing business In BritUli Cotuin-
la. W. J. ARMSTRONG,
'   UJIyUtc Agent for Now west.
BAKER BROS. & CO'Y
10 Chapel Walk, South Castlo St., Liverpool, England.
8 Bank Buildings, Columbia Slreet, New
Westminster, B.C.
Shipping and Commission
General Wholcsale Merchants -& I w porters
Any description of Goods ifn'xirled to
ordor nnd Custom nnd Ship Brofelna
transacted. Latest Freight and Market
Quotations. dwnu2te
RAND BROS.
nTQ&L ICSTATii nROKtUSK!*,
Coureynuc-crs, Collector!,
Aud Iniiitranoe Agr.nfo,
Offices nt
NEW WESTMINSTER:  Coiner
McKenzie and Clarkson Sts.
VANOOUVER, Cordova Street.
LONDON .Eugliivul.
BUILDING LOTS for sale in all Boottons
■>f Vanodlivor and New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of superior duality for
aale  nt   Oliilllwliiiiik,   Port  Hammond,
Lrtngloy,Matsqnl, Hnmas, MutlBny.Lnd-
ner's Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
and Pill. River,
Maps and rinns exhlhllod and the fullest I nformation*" urnlsliodatal lour olHcesi
HOUSE TO LET
CORNER OF AGNES AND ELLIOTT
streets, nearthoCouveiit, Possession
GIRL   WANTED
mis  1)0  GENERAL  HOUSEWORK.-
1   Apply lo
MRS. tMl. OUNN1NOIIAM,
slspato Agnes Streel.
TO RENT.
IHD UPSTAIRS FLAT IN BUILDING
„   doriuir of Columliln nnd Douglas Sts,
■21XIH1.   Applyto
dauSlo HENRY V. EDMONDS..
T
For Hireu
TWO ORTI1REE TEAMS OF STIIUNCI
WORKING HORSES.
Apply lo
seSlo   WOODS, TURNER * IIAMRI.E.
FOR   SALE.
A Garden In the City.
TT CONTAINS 8 ACRES AND IS ALL A
X Yoaolablo sardou; Is closo tulhotnr-
ssslssissof tlso Sossllsern ltallway. Apply
to 0. A. KELLY,
dsclSnsl MoKenslo St.
At GRANT
w Slipoers
'S.
Soods
J.S. MANSON'S TAILORSNG ESTAUSHMENT,
Columbia Street- New Westminster.
Positively the largest ami heat assorted stoek ever shown in this city, consisting of French aud Kngliali Worsteds, Scotch Suitings, Irish Serge, ko,
itSTcrfect fit guaranteed or no sale.
OPENING  DAILY AT THE
L
A complete stock of Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Coats, also Ladies' Sealette
and Plush Dolmans and Jackets.
dtc "M:*E2S. -X%r_h£. __BJh_:^2.
C. B. WOODS, Land Surveyor.
A. I.'. GAMBLE, Nolarv I'sililio.
Woods, Turner I BamMe,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE, IMMCI
Financial Ageirrts and Convoyancors.
Laud Surveying in all its hiunchcs aceuriit-'ly and promptly carried out.   City and
Suhurhan Lands for Sale.     We ean show a e(ini[jlete list of doairahlo localities,.   Panning lnnd.-,, improved and unimproved, throughout the
district.    Mining and other stock nought nnd sold.
Money to loan on first mortgage.
Agenta fur the following Insurance Companies:
Western of Toronto, It,m,(!ity of LoniloiiJIai'tW,Rcw York Life,vi Travolta.
OFFICE—Ellard's Block, Columbia Street, New Westminster, Telephone Call No. 33.   P.O. Drawer "W."
dsclOto
WIAJOR  * PEARSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Financial and Insurance Agents,
Property for Salo in all lnrta of tho City and Suhurhs, We also lmve listcdflomo
of tho finest farming html in tho Province. MONEY TO LOAN. JiOUSKS TO
HUNT. Agents for tho Confederation Lifo Association of Toronto, tho London
(iuuranteo and Accident Co., Limited, General Agents for UriUsh Columhia for
tlto American Steam Boiler Insurance Co. of Now York, tho Koynl and Atlas Fire
Assuranoo Companies of England, Union Ptrc and Marino Insuranco Co, of San
Francisco, South British Firo ami Marine Insurance Co. of Now Zealand.
 OFFICES	
NEW WESTMINSTER-Coluinhla Street, Bank of B. C. Block,
VANCOUVER—Hnsttims Street, opposite the Post Office,
dwsolOtc
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.
CAI ___      business,  Residence anil  Suburban  Property, Improved  and  Unimproved
Unt __,'    *';lnninrl Lands, Timber and Mineral Claims,
*  ■ O .__- 3E* Z O Xt S5B	
Colonial Block, 176 Cordova Street, 51 Yates Street.
NEWWESTMINSTER. VANCOUVER. VICTORIA.
SPAIN DEMANDS
The Hctui'ii of S'uuiisli Prisoners in
Morocco—The Kins: of Portugal Seriously 111.
Decision in the Hamilton Murder
Case—A Jury Wanted In
the Cronin Case.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure*.
This potvUcr never varies. A mtirvel of
'iiirlt.y,sli-e'i-rlliiiiii| who!esomen'*'''*. Moro
economical than the ordinary kinda, and
ennnot he aold in competition with the
multitude of* low test, short weight alum
or pliosphate powders. Sold onlyln cans.
RoyalIUkinq IWdeb Co., 106 WallSt,,
NowYork. 8fely
Night Bell.
Telephone 67.
CHEMISTS & DRUGGISTS.
Columbia St.,   -   NewWestminster.
W
E HAVE ONE OF TKE  BEST
selected Stocks in the City. Olir
'Drugs are perfectly pure and cun bo
thoroughly relied upon.
''0»*'■*-•»•■*" Beef- Iron & Wine
ia, beyond the shadow of a doubt, the
best preparation of ita kind in the
world. dapi'Ite
BUSINESS NOTICE
I  HAVE  THIS   DAY   TAKEN INTO
isisrliiersl,l|s E. W. MolNKlBfl isiitlln
futuro this business si'lil lio uolitltiotsstl un-
llos* tlm llilllio mill slylo of A. A E. VT.
McI.S-KSISS. A. 'll'INNIES.
WE WISH I'O NOTIFY THE PUBLIC
llnil si'i, liuso rs-ot'i'iica In tins NEW
STORE, ssliri i'r,',slsisisl>lis«*;",siss'tlosSts,,
Willi ll lull Uli'l .elect lino of
CSroeeriss Sl '-"rovisions
Holiclfloic :'. oosstlnurissiioof tho pnlsllo
!>slr,.ii»!jo.       A. & E. W. Mi'INNIES.
I.'es" Wesl., August II, 1
sliiull.vl
iii
IR & CO.
Queen's Hotel Block,
M'.W WEST.lllXSTlilt.
Relialile Drugs & MBdicines
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PKE3CIIIPTION3 A SPECIALTY.
TElEPIIDNE NO. 83. ilapltc
D. LYAL & CO.
Pianos,
Organs,
Vocalions
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
FANCY GOODS,
TOYS, Etc., Etc.
N. B.—Wislicrty Organs »oM at
*0 pel- cout. oft list prices, for cash.
Coluinliia St,, New Westminster.'
Loweuberg, Ira
SO   CO.
ReaS   Estate,
INSURANCE
inancial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Cflllecl lients,
Make Loans on MorigageSi
And trati-iatt ail Bnsliieas relating to
Ko.il Estate.
—AQI2NTft I'Oh—
LnmlOll AfisuriHini-l'in'tmratlon-
('onlloctlent I'li'c lii.stirnnvc, H). ol
Ilartfonl.
I.oiulon nnd fjftiicnstilro Mt'o Asi-iir-
anco €o.
Cnnton Insurance oni*-.\!'il. (Marine)
OFFIO'ESi
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwieHyl
A Prominent Democrat I)cad---Tlie
Franklin Park Races
I'ost poncd.
Sl'AIN  AHOHUED.
.Mahhui, Sept. 11) —Thu Spaninh
gtiVeiiniii'iit Imn oi'iiered n fleet nf win*
vessels to prucced to Muroeco in demand thu releasi1 cf the cnptiin, futir
sailors and one passenger of ttio Spanish vessel, ruptured oil' the cmist of
Morrocco; and lias also ordered 1,500
men to be held in readiness to embark
for Morooco at a moment's notice.
Although tbt» notion has beon taken it
is still Imped that the uaptivnr* may be
peacefully surmidurod.
KINil  OF I'OltTUOAT, ILL.
LiHuoN*, Sept. 1!).— The King of
l-ortugfl is seriously ill.
Till* HAMILTON i.MKK.
May'!* Lakwko, N. J., Sept. 19.—
The opening of court was delayed until after 11 o'clock this inornini; on
account of nn accident to the train
from Atlantic City bringing Borne of
the counsel and jurymen in tho Hamilton case. Mrs. Hamilton was not
in court, counsel asking that she be
excused from attending. She paused
a restless uight nnd morphine was administered to quiet her nerves. Saml.
E. Percy, counsel for Mrs. Hamilton-
opened the argument. Sttte representative prosecutor Joseph Thomp-
oti insisted that the defendant
should be convicted aB indicted,
Percy iu argument dwelt on thu actions of too nurse, Donnelly, who, ho
claimed, waa so much under the influ- i
cucu of liquor thnt she drove Mrs.
Hamilton to do the deed thnt wns
done in self-dofonse. Vilo epithets, it
is claimed, hud beeu used to Mrs.
Hamilton daily, in the morning, and
tho bruises which she bears are blows
claimed to have been dealt to her by
nurse Donnelly. In conclusion ho appealed Vi the jury at least to give his
client the benefit of nny reasonable
doubt. Prosecutor Thompson then
bognu his argument- in which he
dwelt upon tho testimony given the
day beforo, especially that of Mrs,
Hamilton, and could not bbo whero
nny doiwt could he entertained ns to
tho cause of cutting her. Ho stated
that it wns un atrocious assault and
could not be changed. Thompson laid
tho testimony of-all tho witnesses to
the direct culling open to tho jury,
and np[>onled to them to consider that
and not tho former relations of the
nurse or tho family quarrels of man
and wife. It is not thought that Mrs.
Hamilton will be convicted, and a disagreement of Ihe jury need not be n
surprise.   The jury returned at 8:15
&m. with a verdict of guilty.   Mrs.
amilton was sentenced to two years'
imprisonment.
A   DISTINaUIDnED JAP.
San Pkancisco, Sopt. 19.—Shingo
Tsukahnro, Japanese delegate to the
marine conference to bo held at Washington next month, was n passenger on
the steamer Gaelic yesterday.
urnsi'i> to ubath.
Oakland, M. D., Sept 19.—Itifor-
mntiou has just reached here of the
burning yesterday of the houso of
Mrs. A. E. Scubowor, two and a hnlf
miles from Deer Pnrk. Two ehUdren
uf Mis. Scubower, aged 3 and 0 years
wero burned to death. Mrs. Scubower
wna visiting the residenco of her father
at the time of tho firo aud left the
children at home,
ORONIN ML'111)EH    CASE.
Chicago, Sept. 19,—The work of
scouring a jury in tho Cronin murder
trial wub resumed this morning with
renewed vigor, ns both Bides seemed to
be un cm raged by progress made yesterday. Ouo third of the jury has
been sworn in.
FAKERS ARRESTED.
San Francisco, Sept. 19,—Christian
Smith and Frank Davis, knowp to tho
pulico as fakers, wero arrested last
night on suspicion of being tho slayers
of Caprnin Duncan Lngnn who attempted to prevent ono of them robbing n bnr tender last veek.
NAOLE  ALL HIGHT,
Sacraueneo, Oal., Sopt. 19.- -Attorney-General Johnson haa perfected
tho papors on appenl to tho supromc
court of U. S. in the esse of Deputy
Marshall Nagle who was ordered discharged from custody on Monday by
Circuit Judgo Sawyer San Francisco.
I-EOMINENT DEMOCRAT DKAD.
Providence, It. L, Supt. 19.—J. B.
Bitrnnby, a member nf tho national
democratic committee, died at 4 o'clock
this morning.
FUANKUN PAUK HACKS.
Biistos, Mass., Sopt. 19,—Tho running races nt Franklin Park were postponed on nccount of bnd wenther.
Thoy will betiin to-morrow with to
day's codo entries; weights to stand.
Later—It was ducided by tho man-
in-ers of the Boleh Stallion race to
havo ib postponed until Monday next,
inatond of Saturday, as wns first agreed
upou.
rattling drdtes,
Johnstown, N. Y., Sopt. 19.—Arthur 0. Upumii, heavy weight champion of Connecticut, and Park Bos*
worth, of New JerBoy, foueht for $600
a aide, Qucensbcriy rule**, last night.
The fight took place juat over the Hamilton county lino, and was witnessed
by about 200 sports. In the tenth
round Bosworth was knocked out by
Uptimn.
THE ILL-FATED  "LEOS."
Cleveland, 0., Se*pt. 19,—The body
nf nuother of the missing yacht "Loos"
victims waa discovered on tho Inko
shore a short dist'.mco west of tho city
this iiiumin*-*, and proved to be John
Pilow, aged 21, of Lorain. Ptlow's
clothing having beon badly burned,
gave conclusive evidence of tho "Leoc"
blowing up, Thoro is now no doubt
that every ono of tho nino mon in the
yacht hnve been lost.
01-KNED with kolat.
PoHTBMouTit, Sopt, 19.—Tho Simpson dry dock wns formnlly opened this
morning, when tho U, S. steamer
Yantio waa successfully dooked, Tho
coromony, which occurred at eleven
o'elook, wm witnessed by a largo num
ber of visitors from Baltimore, Washington, New York and Philadelphia,
who arrived here this morning on the
steamer Virginia. Following the
docking of tho Yanttc a banquet was
served at winch speeches wero made
by J. Simpson of New York, Admiral
Jewett, U. S. N., Hon. John R.
Thomas, of Illinois, und others. The
visitor.*' will leave at 5:30 this evoning
ou tho Virginia to return home.
HLOODV AFFRAY WITH A   DUKOLAK.
Oakland, Cal., Sept. 18.—A
burglar wns found in thu cabin of th
lumber schooner Laura early this morning by second mate, who attempted to
cnptuiohim. The burglar wus armod
with a knife with which he stabbed tho
mate on the head, breast and both
arms. To lirst mute camo to his
co in ratio's aid and seized ttio burglar
just as ho wns .tb ut to jump overboard. Ho turned on tho mate and
gashed him also, and made his escape.
Tho wounds received by the oilice rs
nro painful but not dangerous. A
later account Bays that tho wounds of
tbo second mate are serious and may
prove fatal.
OFFICERS EXONERATED.
Washinonon, D. 0., Sept. IS.-Tho
roport of tho court of inquiry which
exnmined into tlio running of the Boa-
ton on tho rocks in Nowport hnrbor,
rind that the officers in charge wero
vigilant nnd attentive to thoir duty,
but tho accident occurred through error of judgment in estimating the distance from certain lnnd marks shown
by the chnrts, by which tho veuel was
being fcteered. The conrt recommends nu further action and exonerates the offlcors.
AN ARIZONA TRAGEDY.
Prescott, Ariz., Sopt. 18.—Chas,
W, Beach, n pioneer newspaper man,
but recently a prominent cattle raiser,
wns assassinated Inst ovening at hia
lodging house. Ho wee writing and
was shot at through tho window with
buckshot, four striking him tn the
face and two in the chest. The murderer is unlmown. Large posses nre
scouring tho country. Beach loaves a
wife and one child nt Los Angelos.
LIVELY   ARIZONA.
Glodb, Ariz., Sept. 18.—The report of 200 Sau Carlos Indians having
joined the Huuepas in a contemplated
raid, is entirely false. All the San
Carlos Indians nre quiet, with rare exceptions of local disputes. A fight occurred Sundny night, 15 miles from
Snn Carlos, among a band of San Carlos Apaches who were on a drunk. It
resulted in tho death of 2 bucks and a
squaw nnd the wounding of several
others.
DIED FROM 1113   INJURIES,
Ukiah, Oal., Sept. 18.—Arthur J.
Smith, who wns injured by the upsetting of tho stigo near here a few
days ago, died from his injuries last
night. F. B. Forrse, nuother of the
injured, is iu n precarious condition
from concussion of the brain.
CON. ID3S(;B IN O'CONNOR.
Toronto, Sept. 16.—The frionds ot
Mr. O'Connor met last ovening and
decided on giving a banquet and a
purso of money to the oarsman immediately on his return home. The sum
of $255 was subscribed on the spot.
O'Connor will be given a grand reception and a purse probably of nearly
91,000.
AN ENGLISH M. I'. IN THE   PAHTY
Ottawa, Sept. 18.—Mr. Henry
Kimber, 51.P., London, England, is
to accompany Lord Stanley on his
western trip.
MANITOBA l'RIZE  WHEAT.
Toronto, Sept. 18.—At tho indus*
trial exposition, yesterday, Mr. It.
Wnugh Becurod first prize for a bag of
white fyfe wheat, the only Manitoba
wheat exhibited put on  competition,
UNIVERSITY FEDERATION   SETTLED,
Toronto, Sept. 18.—In order to
securo the removal of Victoria Methodist university from Cobourg to Toronto, a quarter uf n million dollars
had to be subscribed. Tho tir->t bequest of William Gooderhnm brings tho
total subscription up to 8265,000; tho
federation of the Methodist with tho
provincial university iB settled,
DONALD   ROOMING.
Ottawa, Sept. 18.—Tho agent of
(ho Regina Ilanehe Company left for
British Oolumbia with 2(1 men nnd a
large gang frnm Montreal, to work on
tho O.P.R. at Donald, making squaro
lumber and iicb nt-tM average pay of
@20 n mouth and board. A large
gang of brick makers leave for the
samo place nt the cud of the month,
to receivo $5 por day.
the KutTosan oujbot.
Quebec, Sept. 18.—Tho object ot
tho trips to Europe of Treasurer She'-
tian and the commissioner uf publio
wovksGnrnciiu, m snid to bB for the
conversion of the public debt. They
lenvo on the 28lh.,
MOVBMBNTfl OF THE ENBMV.
O'itawa, Sept. 18.—The tnortuaiy
stiiiatics for August show the death
rate's por thousand to ho: Winnipeg,
2,20; Montreal, 3.13; ToronLj, 1.55;
St. Hyacinthe, 4.20; Brockville, 9.
THE SHREWD 0. P. K.
Winnu'Eii, Sept. 18.—Tho Cttiindian
Pacific directors huvo appnrontly heard
of the Northern Pacific people iu thoir
endeavors to reach tho Noifch West
Territories. Negotiations havo been
in progress for some time betweon the
Northern Pacific nnd the Northwest
central stockholders for the purchase
of tho lattor lino by tho former. News,
howover has beon received here that
English capitalists, bnckod, presumably
by the Canadian Paoific, have made
formal nnrauf-emunts with Oanadian
shareholders for construction of the
entire rond.
A GLORIOUS DREAM
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Noal White & Co^of Halifax, N.
S., diy goods, have assigned ; liabilities about $90,000.
Goo. Noely, ht.ition aud oxpross
agont nt Stony Mountain Station,
C.P.U., hn-t skipped with a small sum
of the company's money.
A young Englishman mimed Waltor
Hooper, who had beon living iu tho
Manitoba district sovoral years, and
who wns married two months ago to a
young lndy from England, brought
his lifo to a suddon oloso yesterday
morning ut 11:30 by drinking two
ounces of carbolic acid. No npparont
renson oan bo assigned for tho rash aot.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Thai Can be Kea!l«*d.>«Tbe Bev. D. V.
Licm Cleverly Slates the Case or
Imperial Federatlon.
Ln&t night in  the Opera House a
fair-sized audience assembled to listen
to the Rov. D. V. Lucas, the celebrated   letleratiouist,  describe  how  the
schemo was to be brought about.   Mr,
Cunningham, having been  appointed
chairman, stepped upon the platform,
followed by the speaker of the evening,
at 8:17 "'clock.   These gentlemen wore
hailed with applause.   The Rev. D. V.
Lucas ie a remarkable looking man; he
stands about bjx  feet tall and iB massive in build; upon his broad shoulders ii a head marked with  every indication uf intellectual power; the type
of tho countenance is  Roman and denotes decision of character and  great
will power.   As an orator he is very
happy in style, and talks to his hearers
in an easy familiar strain thnt at once
puts them in good humor and awakens
their interest.   Tho chairman addressed the audience  in  few opening remarks,     He  said  that   no  greater
honor could have been conferred upou
him than that ot electing him chairman of an Imperial federation  meeting.   The subject was one which  possessed  especial interest  for  British
Columbians,   Wo had been living as
it were on tho ragged edge of the empire, but, in the event of  this great
idea of federation coming to pass, we
should be the centre; so the map
would show if carefully scanned.   The
subject is a broad one,  ample  as the
domains of the British  empire,  but
the right men had hold of it in  Eng*
land.   Lord Roseberry was its president, and another noble lord, a member of the present ministry, its vice-
president,   There was no partisanship
in this matter—it was of too much importance.   Some day this country uf
ours will be the Imperial  highway tj
Australia and the Orient.   It is coming.   He believed  the Anglo-Saxon
race were to be, by the grace of God,
the regenerators of  the world, aB they
had been its   conquerors.   Nothing
could withstand them; and in  the
united strength of Imperial federation
they could dictate peace to the whole
world.   The chairman then introduced
Mr. Lucas who wu greeted with applause.   He began by asking permission to make a couple of observations
—ono strictly about himself, the other
entirely about his audience.   One hundred aud twenty years ago in the city
of Boston,  his ancestors,   when  they
saw the old flag coming down inthe
dust, could not stand itand determined
to leave a soil over which the standard
of England was not destined to float;
and they came north into the wilderness of Canada, among the bean and
wolves,  where their lot   was much
harder and their advantages leu, but
it was their loyalty that made them
otidure cheerfully those harships.   It
was enough to lire under the old flag
of Britain.   Through the grand loyalty
of hia ancestors he felt himself tied to
this country.   He admired the bravery
of his ancestors one and a quarter centuries ago, and he could not, if he
wished- prove unworthy of auch noble
loyalty nnd courage.   To hia hearers
ho would recommend a perusal of Dr.
Ryerson's great book on Imperial federation.   It wu the beat book ever
written on this subject and was filled
with the grand true Oanadian British
loyalty.   The other remarks applied to
themselves. Here in British Oolumbia we presented an Asiatic front, one
of the moat important parts of the
whole empire, even, although, as Vie
chairman had remarked, on the ragged
edge. While considerable rivalry and
jealously existed between the provinces
of Eastern Canada, hero in British Columbia we were all, in a friendly way,
he hoped, striving for predominance.
British Columbia is more united, and,
therefore, occupies n better position
than any of those provinces in the east.
Ho ranked himself very low among
those who were struggling for
Imperial federation, yet he did
not think that even among tlie
splendid intellects at present grappling with the problem there was ono
that could by himself unravel the
knotty que .it ion. Many men renowned throughout the world had given
their best and clearest thought to it,
but it wns still unsolved. There was
a common argument againBt imperial
federation which ho thought had no
ant:ln<,y to the prrnent state of things.
It hn been said that great kingdoms
and empires have existed in the past.
Yet some of these with all their mightiness hive been swept completaly
away nnd d:~-.npeared. There have
not been wanting able writers and
keen thinkers to prophesy that the
samo fat j awaits the British Empire,
and they have compared it to Ihe
growth of the human body, whioh
muat eventually decline nnd waste
away; he could see no analogy between the two at all, between ihe
bddy and a kingdom. Of all the great
Btates that had rulod tho world in former days, probably tho Roman Empire was the greatest of them all. It
had begun In humble surroundings
nnd by what apparently was a healthy
growth, attained the limit of iti stupendous power; thon it stood still as if
tho Creator had accomplished some
vast purpose; then, after a thousand
years of undisputed sway, oamo the
doclino in tho reign of Trajan, the
revolt of the Goths and tho tall of
Constintinople, nnd the great Roman
Empire was no more. If there was
that entire loyalty whicli ho conceived
thero ought to be in the mind of every
eitizen, they would understand tho
feelings of the holy Apostle Paul when
he proudly boasted of his citizenship
and that ho was loyal to it, Whyshould
wo not all oraulato this great example
and try to the best of our powor t->
£ reserve our empire from destruction,
lo quoted passages of Scripture as
fundamental principles of his remarks.
There wm a groat necessity for a common sympathy between all parts of the
empire. We havo been told that the
idea of imperial federation is no more
than a glorious dream that never could
be realized, Mnny a glorious dream
has been realized. Ho saw, in Jersey,
a great bridge across a chasm; it had
existed for centuries, but wanted one
thing, the keystone for whioh there
remained a place; the bridge was
strong and beautiful yet not perfect
for laok of this alone. The British
Empire was tho bridge, imperial federation the keystone. He had sat and
gazed at that sentence and had fallen
into open-eyed dreams, and he saw,'
"far back in other yeara" nn ancient
Briton sitting on a stone wet ricd from
some battle in the time of tho Heptarchy, and ho drew near this rugged
warrior and asked him, "Do you think
the dny will ever come in wl.ich those
seven kingdoms will be unit d in one,
and the people thereof shall i .use their
voices together and shout, 'God save
the King?'"   And  the m:.u smiled
and Baid, "My dear friend, that is a
glorious dream, but it cam: t ho realized."   But  it has been  realized.
Again,  "as in a dream," ho saw the
grand old palncc of Holyrood, at Edinburgh,battered down by English cannon
and rebuilt by Scottish handi-.   Again
and again this happened.   Then ho
■aw a stalwart Scottish wiirrior, reeking with the blond m d Ml of Bun*
nocl'buni, •'*■ s ? X*H '.^1  ho placo
upon which !f Itn.n  ■ Wv.y thousand English dealt, uud ho inked this
grim warrior, "Do ypu think the time
will  ever  como  when England and
Scotland will join hands and cry with
oue  voice,   'God savo tho King ?'"
And tlm Scot smiled and Bhook Ins
head,   " 'Tis a  glorious. dream, my
friend, but it can never bo realized."
But what do wo see to-day?*—tho hardy
Bons of Scotia going forth with tho
sons of Erin and uf England to fight
tho common battles of Great Britain.
But why go across the sett for proof?
Take tlto Dominion itself; go buck lo
the duys when the nativo tribos were
sculping eaoh other aud tho Fronch
und English striving for supremacy;
even to the timo when he stood in
New Westminister 26 yems ago, and
he remembered ihe jealousy and bitterness  betweon   Upper  and Lower
Canada.    Hnd   he asked twenty-six
years ago if those contending provinces
would ever be united it would have
been called a glorious drea.n, "only
that and nothing more."   He bnd said
that ihe railway muat be built.   Men
thore were who aaid the  go'-ornmeut
was ruining tho country with debt, and
we-were now going to complete-the
work by building a railway to get at
19,000 people on the Paoific coast. He
had told sucli men that they did no:
know what they were talking about.
The 10,000 were a drop in tie bucket
compared with the vast resources of the
Pacific province und value of reaching
the 300,000,000 on the othc side of
the ocean.   There was a ti ne whon
midshipmen and marines wc *e taught
to hate a Frenchman as th *y would
the devil; it was thought th ty would
fight better on such seutimet t*.   But
let us come down to tho Grin enn war,
when   French and   English  fought
against Russia, and it has I-een told
when the French captured tho MpJa-
koff in that memorable dash, the English were ready to embrace tlie brave
Frenchmen.   We  look  for the  day.
when the Great British Em 'ire Bhall
be  drawn together in  ono common
sympathy and united in all interests.
When that day comes, looking nt it
from   the   standpoint   of   a   Christian    pntriot    and    philanthropist,
we ahull have  fulfilled the  exhortation of the poet Oowper.   Aliuding to
the maintenance of a standing  British
army, the  eloquent  spenke    snid a
standing army was a constant menace,
and if we oould by any means do away
with standing armies we would have
mado a giant stride towards  universal
peace.   In letters which he lud written to Canadian papers, when abroad,
he hnd called attention  to  tho fnct
that out of the five continents  of the
world Europe was the only ore whoso
name did not begin and ond with A,
and Europe stood alone, glistening with
bayonets and seemingly furthest awny
of all from the peace  of God.   In
showing the evils of maintaining standing armies, Mr.   Lucas  pointed  out
thnt these enormous numbers of  mon
produced nothing, they were practically idle.   Ho was  in Montreil  when
tho Northwest   rebellion   broke   out,
and was a witneu of the splendid exhibition of patriotism, whon the Canadian volunteers poured forth to go to
the front.   This showed that  Oanada
had proved to tho world that standing
armies could bo done away with.   And
all thoso bravo volunteers wero workers, wage enniers and wealth  producers.   It wns by cultivating the  spirit
of loyalty in the poople that mndo the
best soldiers—those  who   fought for
love of country antl not forhiro.   Ho
looked upon freo trade aa a milenium
policy; there cun be no question  as to
the righteous principles of freo  trade;
yot it is one of thoao things which will
not universally prevail until mon  are
drawn together.     The  confederated
empire could be perfectly self supporting and quito independent of tho
rest of tho world, which it could force
to accept free trade through sheer necessity.   He was not a  politician, he
had seen so muoh to disgust him  in
polities, that he wanted nothing to do
with that science.   As to unrestricted
reciprocity, how are we going to get it
if our neighbor* don't want  it? and
they have plainly shown  flat they
don't want it.   But by Imperial federation tho advantages  of free  trade
could bo hastened.   We sho iM  hare
among other incalculable  lenelits, a
universal cheap postage.   \h had discovered, whon living in Aust .ilia, that
a newspaper could be sont ft -.m Canada to Australia for 2 cents, but it took
0 ccntB to sond one from   Australia to
Canada.   Ho could get no -entisfaction
on tho subject from  the   Melbourne
postal authorities.   An cgitr.tion was
in progress in England for oh jap postage.   Should such a thing bt come universal unlimited  knowledge could bu
diffused by newspapers sent all  over
the empire.   By not getting tho Australian newspapers wo aro  i Imost  in
the dark about  that great country.
Tho speaker very humorously ridiculed
tho idea of a man wishing to join with
the United States on tho  p inciplo of
it being a larger nation; he slowed how
much greater it would bo to be an integral part of 360,000,000  instead of
merely a paltry 60,000,000.   He could
get 10,000 young men of Canada who
wore better informed on the resources
and extent of the British Empire than
tho ume number of Englishmen.   It
was a positive faot that any1, ody who
wanted the British preu to notice anything about Canada, either a  leoture
or a publication, had almost to go down
on hu marrow bones aud beg one littlo
"stick" of space.   The speaker related
an amusing instance of asking n Liverpool editor for a column of * pt.co on a
leoture on Canada.     England to-day   '
holds the gateways of tho world.   The
prescience with which she had soteoted
hoi- stations around the globe wai .
amazing.   Had tho right men been on
the Doer of the British parliament and
given proper information at the critical
moment, Maine, Oregon and Washing.
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Our Ohuroh st, cotem. states that
a majority of the business men consider that ^enforcement of thu 12
o'clock (niidj^*mtjjf^g clause in
the saloon by-law --tW-Pno good, but
rather does the • Wumess interests of tho city an injury, by diverting much trade thut rightfully
belongs hore to Vancouver," and
adds that tho question is open for
disacussion. -The question is opon
for discussion in Tun Columbian. In fact tho discussion has
already commenced : wo published
a communication yesterday, calling
for a repoal of tho clauso, .ind today a letter will bo found in our
columns taking the contrary view.
Truth avoids a diroct expression of
its own views on the quostion, We
have not the space, and do not deem
it necessary to go into the subject
to-day, but we havo no hesitation in
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illustrated nn eager desire on tho
part of oach fleet to get awny from
the other. Many places were, howovor, taken after heavy bombard
ment. Edinburgh, among tho rest,
was held to a ransom of ill,500,000
on pain of being reduced to ashes!
Tho most of the magistrates were
away in the country holiday making
at that "important crisis in their
country's history," antl it was difficult for the officer despatched with
the oflicial notice of ransom or bombardment to find any one on whom
to serve tho formidable missive!
Another illustration of tho danger of party judgments has como to
our notico. If we had been asked
an opinion ns to the advisability of
submitting the Behring Sea question
to John L. Sullivan, wo should certainly have beon inclined to treat
tht- question as a very silly attempt
at a joke, or n strong evidence of the
insanity of the questioner. But, the
other day, an interviower got hold
of John L., and extracted his opinion
on tint, nmong other things, and
here it is: "I think wo strike a trifle
wide in undertaking to protect so
much water. The smaller the ring
the batter. The idea of making a
fool-play like thnt last one gives me
a pain iu the enr." Wo should think
it would, John has evidently got a
gord solid grip of the matter, and
understands what n great nation
owes both to itself nnd to its neighbors. When the Plumed Knight
gets a pain in his ear, us ho very
probably will before the matter is
ended, he may be tempted to wish
that he had sat for a little at the
feet of tho great slugger.
The Vancouver press is naturally
indignant over the sensational and
caluminous  article   respecting   alleged "crookedness" in Vancouver
MUnicipal-antl police circles to which
tho morning paper in this city has
len'. its columns.   The News statos
that tho article wns either written
or instigated by a party in Vancouver  who had   written a letter
to   tho   News   containing  similar
changes, aud tho letter in question
had boen refused publication for the
reason,   snys   tho News, that "If
these charges nro untrue, tho publication of the letter would bo n most
.   scandalous outrage ■ if tho vague insinuations have any basis in fact,
the charges have not the remotest
connection with  municipal matters,
and' the publication of them would
1)0 simply to gratify a little personal
spite   towards certain members of
tho corporation of Vancouver,   As
regards the charges made in tho article in tho Westminster morning
pupi.r," concludes thu News, "they
are no ub-surd that they require no
denial, und tho only matter connected with   thu article that calls for
comment is tho circumstance that
any newspaper ahould be so poorly
conducted us to give such rubbish a
pine) in its columns."   The Vancouver World says that "tho now antl
somewhat eccentric New Westminster piper yclept Truth—a misnomer by the way—seems  to be itching for notoriety and has assumed,
tho sensational role."   Tho changes
iu   tbe   local   morning papo.- with
respect to Vancouver civic af lairs
aro pronounced  by the World to bo
"gro'siylibelous,"ant!,itatlds:"What
is tho press of tho province to think
of such foul Uota aa are daily staining ita columns!   Theae calumnies
savor more of tho 'wild and woolly
west' than of a civilized community,
and must be received by tho people
of Now Westminster—one of tho
most   enlightened cities in British.
Columbia—with anything hut pleasure."   The local mornm-.- paper is
certainly neither to be crmgnibulnted
nor commended for having admitted
into its column*-;, and fa tittered, without any adequate knowjpdgc as to
its truth or fttlftity, such u caluminous and damaging article- affecting
our sister city of Vancouver ns dis-
graocd ita columns yesterday worn*
'ing.   The terminal city press can
be  trusted  to- attend to its own
soiled linen, uml nothing nt ail is to
be gained, but much lost, by such
purient officiousness as the new paper has displayed in this matter.
Those who claim to be authorities
say that tho sham naval war whioh
haa been raging for some time round
the coasts of Britain has not been
80 interesting or suggestive as it
was expected to be. It was thought
that thero would have beon a series
of stirring encounters, bearing more
resemblance to real warfare than
anything whioh could tako plaoe on
land. The most of what has taken
plaoe hw, on the contrary, merely
The Queensland government, it is
snid, derives a revenue of £12 000
a year frotn advertisments on the
Mack of postage stamps. Strang',
tho ingenious Yanks nover thought,
of augmenting their sur* ,"iu;> by this
meaps.
Two ancient aqueducts have just
been discovered nt Athens—one,
large and fit for -uso, in tho part
called Ctoudv toward Hybhettua;
the other made of brick, in lho city
itself, beneath tho royal .-tables.
Near tho latter havo been found
several tombs in marble, and in both
pities.fragments of inscriptions, ono
of thom bearing tho namo of Phila-
grm.
It is recorded of Ln Fontain, noted for his absent-mindedness, that
ho ohcb attended the funeral of one
of his most intimato friends, and
shortly afterward called to visit that
friendi Whon reminded by tho us-
tonuHed servant oftho recent death,
he. was at first terribly shocked and
ib/jn remarked: "True; of course,
i rucolloct now, I went to his fun-
feral."
In the ftivue d'Hygiene Therapcn-
tiquc, Blanche' Howard, n female
doctor, gives statistical proof that the
mortality from diphtheria is rapidly increasing. Twenty yenrs ago in
Franco this mortality wus between
-.G and 45 deaths in every 100,000
inhabitants; now it amounts to 110
to 121 in overy 100,000. In Eng
land the deaths in overy 100,000
number 22; in America, 00 to 90 *
in Germany 140 to 155; in Ohristi
ania, 340,      	
The Rov. William Wyatt Gill,
who was twenty years a missionary
in the South Pacific Islands, has
written an account of his life thero,
in the course of whioh he relates
many interesting incidents nnd facts
of natural history. Ono of the most
romarkablo of these statements is
that certain serpents in Polynesia
coil themselves up when rain U
coming on, collect wator in tbo coil,
and thus form a fatal drinking place,
to whioh unsuspecting birds aie
attracted to assuage their thirst.
Samuel Sullivan Cox, familiarly
known   as   "Sunset"   Cox,   whoso
death tho despatches chronicled tho
other day, wns a public man of no
mean reputation ond record in tho
neighboring republic, as the follow
ing brief sketch of his lifo will show:
Mr. S. tt. Cox was born ut Znnes-
ville, O., September 30, 1824.   He
attended   the   Ohio   university at
Athens,  but graduated nt Brown
university  in   Providence,   in   tho
class of 1846, He studiod and practiced law, nnd was owner and editor
of tho Oolumbus (Ohio) Statesman,
in 1853-54.   Ho was appointed secretary of   tho   legation to Peru in
1855.    He.was a delegate tothe
Chicago nnd Now York Democratic
conventions of 1SG4 and 1868, and
was the  author of several works,
and a constant contributor to tho
press and periodicals.   It is said
when ho was young and tender he,
like Silas VVegg,   was  occasionally
given to poetic prose writings.   One
ovening, while in Ohio, he mounted
his Pegasus and produced a poetio
description of a glorious sinking of
tho orb of day.   The political and
poetical   enemies  of  the budding
young Byron used this poem as a
campaign   document against* him,
and in deriBion called him "Sunset,"
a name whicli stuck to him until his
dying  day.   Mr. Cox was elected
from the Columbus district to the
tho thirty-fifth, thirty-sixth, thirty-
seventh antl thirty-eighth congresses.
Ho removed to New York city on
the 4th of  March, 18G5, and was
elected to the forty-first congress;
was re-elected to the forty-second
congress, and was tho candidate of
the democrats and liberal republicans for representative at largo in
the forty third  congress, but was
defeated by Lyman Treman, though
running   several    thousand   votes
ahead of the rest of his ticket.   He
was subsequently re-elected to tho
forty-third congress to succeed Jas.
Brooks, deceased, and was re-elected
to the forty-fourth   congress.    Ho
was appointed speaker pro ton of
the house June 7, 1870, and wus
elected speaker pro tern June 19,
1876, serving until he vacated tbo
office, June 24.   He was re-elected
to tho forty-fifth, forty-sixth, forty-
seventh and forty-eighth congresses.
Grover Cleveland made him minister
to Turkey in 1884, and he enjoyed
life.thero for two years, but as he
wished to get back to his home and
his   beloved   Ninth district, he resigned and came homo.   He was at
once re-elected to tho fiftieth congress, and to the fifty-first congress,
which meets this fall.   Mr. Cox was
in   congress for over thirty years,
and was  the last survivor of the
thirty-fifth congress.   He wus beloved by democrats and republicans
alike, and his doath will cause many
expressions of profound regret, from
tho  old veteran  congressmen who
havo been so closely associated with
hiin   during   his eventful   career.
Mr. Cox left a fortune of §300,000.
About, six weeks before his death,
which occurred in New York on the
10th inst., Mr. Cox had paid a visit
to tho Pacific coast and to the Sound
cities of Seattle and Tacoma.
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Hums, Uncoil, Sausage,' Bolognas, Etc.
dnolyl
This I.eadi3 known
from Halifax to British Columbia as the
best, iinest and purest in Canada.
WANTED.
a N APPRENTICE TO LEARN THK
J\. I)ri'.--iii;:l'liis; liusLiiCss, — Apply til
M lift. KATK .SM ALU Church sired, New
W'-Hittiln-tter. dselHta
Iii the Supreme Court of Brit-
tsli Columbia.
III IT W KEN
JOSEPH MIOWNi PldttltWi
AND
'P. E, MAIITI.X, Defendant.
VTOTICE: IS lraiUfiDY OIVRN THAT
j"*«l ru Order hns boen mndo \n tin-
nii'jv.-mi'nMi-'W'it iictloii lti'iirliijj -Into llio
17lti day of HebtombOP, liiKtunl.whi-roby ll,
WOS ordoroil Hint HerylcO of "in AVrltof
summons heroin and said Order upon
T.J.Tnittp, Esquire, and tho mulling of
nopIcH of tho Mimo hy prepaid letloruil-
(Ireaaetl fo tbo abovtwiAmea defendant nt
Heutiift.N. SV.T.-niul Mm inner! Ion of thin
notico In Tin; I'iiiti-w Coi.trstiitAS newspaper for one monlli, should bn good und
sum (-lent sorvico of the Will of Summon1*
licrcin, uiul tlmt iiulofnullof nmiciintiipn
l.hc plaintiff may proceed as If personal
servico lind been oHBOtoa. And It wns fur-
llmr ordered thnt the said defendant
should appear fo iho said writ within
three months nfter such service.
Dated letll dny of September, A. I>. 1880.
CORBOULD. McCOLL A JENNS,
dsolSml Solicitors for Mm Plaintiff.
Eligib
Corner Park Lane &
Pelham Street,
Adjoining tlio now rosidenoe of II. V.
Edmonds, Kfjtp
FINEST RESIDENTIAL LOTS
IN THK CITY.
BEAUTIFUL    SITUATION.
These lots will Un sold on easy terms.
For particulars apply on llio grounds on
or oltor MONDAY, HTM Sept,      dSOlOto
Business Notice.
rpHE UNDERSIGNKD IS PREPARED
JL tofurnl«h itlnTi-* iiii'lH|>cfItlcnll>mHr*.ir
till eliisHCH of lialldini**: (stone uml brick it
specialty}. Will furnish nil the necessnry
drawings and suporlnwnd work tli rough ii
competent foreman,nml will  iiuarnntnii
perfect work for il per cent, of cost, Otllce
In Hank of ll.t,*. llulldluu, np Mnlr:t. New
Wi-siinLiiMi-r.      JAMKHKONVIBDYj
Centra! Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWART ■»? CASU, PROPRIETORS
J.J.WILSON,  -  MAKACER.
Itutcs, $1.00 nml $1.SOiiim- Bay,
AOCOIIDINO TO ItOO-I.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OR MONTH.
03'1'arllcs sssppllcd svllls all klisils of
ICK-OtlEAM. dsssyliiio
Mon for Street fori
SEPARATE TENDERS Wlbh BE Received nt the Oity 'lull, Now Westminster, up to 4 o'clock p. m. oilMON-i
DAY.HU1-TEMI1ER23, for llio
CLEARING & QftADIHQ OF PELHAM ST.
In two H0ottonn, as follows: Bee. 1—Douglas Ht. to OllntonSt.; Soo. 2-DoiiKliisSf.
to tiio rlvor. Tenders to marked, "Tender
for Pclham St.," and to ho addressed—
"Ulinlrmnti Hoard of Works, Oily Hull,
Now Westminster.-'
No tender euLertnfned unless accompanied by deposit equal to Ji nor cent, of
amount of tender, wlileh -dial I be forfeited
If party tendering refuses or neglects to
enter Into a contract when callod upon to
do so. In the event of a tender not being
ticcopled tlm deposit, will bo returned.
Plans and specifications may ho Hoen In
the City EiiKineor'H Olllco, City Hall.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted,
j. a. JAauEs.
Cbalrmau of Board of works.
City Hall,
Now Westmlnstor.Sopt, 17,1880.  itself 0
PRIZE-:-11
FH
,1
syivmuu-i-Ji   AikJUVVlWlllVIl   AJA
■ TO BE HELD AT	
NEW.WESTMINSTER CITY,
October 2nd, 3rd'and 4th, 1889.
DIVISION A.
Classes 9, IS, '21 ami 3(i.   Tiio pike is increased to  $30 00
DIVISION  C.
cuss.                                    OXFORD DOWNS.                        1st 2(*il
17 Best Ram ono year old and upwards §!0 00 S") 00
18 "       "   Lamb *    5 00 "3 00
li)   "   Pen of ;■) Ewes one year old and upwards     7 00 fi 00
'JO   "     '■ of 3 Ewo Lambs    fi 00 4 00
SHEEP-i\U3RlNO.
'Jl Bost Ham one year old nnd upwards  10 00 fi 00
22 "       »   Lnmb    fi 00 3 00
23 "    Pen of 3 Ewes one year old and upwards     7 00 fi 00
21   "       " of 3 Ewo Lnnibs    fi 00 4 00
. DIVISION D.
class.                                             SUFFOLK.                               1st 2nd
IS Host Boar ono year old'nnd upwards §10 00 $5 00
10 "   Breeding Sow in farrow nt tho meeting or that lias heen
within six montha    7 50 4 Art
20 "   Pon of two Sows, of the samo litter, undor 12 months     fi 00 3 00
21 "   Roar under one year «!tl    fi (H) 3 00
DIVISION E.
class.                              ORNAMENTAL FOWLS.                  1st 2nd
75 licstpsiir Pea Fowls 5 3 00 !?2 00
70   "     "   Guinea Fowls    2 00 1 00
77 "    "   English Pheasants     1 00 fiO
78 "     "   Mongolian Pheasants     I 00 fiO
70 "     "   Whito Turkeys, not to be entered for any other prize.   2 00 100
On page 53 in Prizo List, amongst Special Prizes, H. M, Cunningham & Co.
should read 5 entries instead of 15,
DIVISION L.
class. CUT FLOWEPvS, 1st
58 Rest 6 Roses * § 1 00
50   "   Collection of Dahlias    ] 00
fiO   "   Bridal Bouquet      1 00
61   "   Wreath or Oroa3     1 00
02 Best Six Rox Begonias     1 00
03 "   Water Color, Moral    2 00 51 00
04 '*      "       *'    Landscape or Marino    2 00 1 00
05 "       "        "     .Still Life    2 00 1 00
CO   "       "         "     Portrait     2 00 100
07   "       "        "     Collection    5 00 3 00
68   '*     Oil       "     Floral    2 00 100
09 "       "        "     Landscape or Marine    2 00 1 00
70* "       "        "     Still life    2 00 1 00
71 "       "        "     Portrait    2 00 100
72 "       "        "   Collection    fi 00 3 OO
7.1   '*   Decorative Painting    2 00 100
74 "   Modeling or Wood Carving. ,   2 00 1 00
75 "   Hand-painted China    2 00 1 00
70    "    Iteponsceoi-Ilnmiuei-ed llias-i Woilt '.     2 00 100
77 "   Oil Painting, Children under 15 years    2 00 1 00
78 *(   Crayon Landscupu    2 00 1 00
70   "       "     Portrait    2 00 1 00
80 "   Collection Cabinet Photos (plain)    3 00 1 50
81 -'          "           "          "     (colored)     Ii (10 1 50
Under Classes 47 uml-PI of this Divuion the prliics Bhould ho §"1 and S3, not
S3, SI.50 and .*?.!,
cuss.                                      DIVISION N.                            1st 2nd
11 Best Rich Rack Crochet $100 6  60
12 "   Crochet Lnco     100 50
13 "   Collection Knitted Luce      fi 00 3 00
14 "   J-lonitoti L-iotr     1 00 50
lf>   "   Point Lave     103 60
10 "   Collection Lace      4 00 2 00
17 "   Darned Net '    100 r,0
18 "   Applimio Work '    ] 50 75
10    "   Crewel Work     1 00 50
20 "   Outline Work '     I 00 50
21 "   Kiel; Rack, Sown     I 00 ■ 60
22 "   Cheney Work, hand-made     1 00 50
23 "   Crazy Work     l 06 50
24 "   Braiding on Wool    100 50
25 "         "       "   Cotton     100 50
20   "   Historic Picture, raised wool work    ',.()$ ■  2 00
class.                                       Id VISION l\                            lat 2nd
33 Best Bunch Sawn Shingles 3 2 00 01 00
34 "      "     Shaved Shingles    2 00 100
c&AU,                                           DIVISION Q.                              1st 2nd
•1 Best Arasoitio W01 k  ( Not competing for any other ]  §2 00 61 00
fi   "   Chenille  Work   1        class in this Division.        )....'..     2 00 100
'    Class No. I altered to rend 83 and $2.
class.                                      DIVISION T.                            1st 2nd
7 Best Cairiago Afghan S 1 00 §  50
SPECIAL PRIZES.                           1st 2nd
Ceo. D. Brymner-Best Collection Bottled Fruit and Jellies S 7 00 $3 00
Kennedy Bros—Boat Collection of Grain grown inthe Province by
Exhibitor, 1st prize; §10 cash and the Daily Columbian for one
year; 2nd prize, $fi cash and lho Daily Columbian for ono year
[Dnily Colimlnan, #})   IS 00 13 00
P, Peebles—Best Bread by lady not competing for other prize, ono
Dominion Wire Mattress, value     7 50
DRESSMAKING
At MISS 3SSS___OSf,
(Iiatk ok England)
Cornor of Cbmrhnnd Columbia Btreolii.*
NEW WESTMINSTER,
WPRatlsfooi lon lEimranioed.    dwfo7to
-**xro*Ee*r-**:s.
Columbia antl Church Streets.
Alex. Hamilton,
I'liOl'IUETOU.
CROSS & POINGDESTRE,
Wholesale and Retail
TOBACCONISTS
CIIOIOK URANUS oi
IMPORTED  CIGARS,
Finest Cigarelles,
Kiincy lissporlPd IMPISH, l'OUCIIKS, OI-
IIAHBTTK OASES, ETO.
Choice Smoking Tobacco
TIssssiipsoii'siiIiU'lKsloSinllcry,
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Be&slto
Plants for Sale!
—ATTHE	
Douglas SM lursery,
OnriKiis 'j'atckn foi'. inim-r awi
OHNAMKNTAI, TIIKHS,   Illdlullne
nil tlio IcihHiik vftrlolloa of
Ap-tlcs, Pcnrn, Plums, Clser.'h'S,
« sah. FJlI'irs ol ovory slc.'iorlislliiii,
lloisQsscts. ""'s-rnllss nml Crosse* tisiulo
to orstcr.
cl.lwsipSyl P. LATHAM.
Corbett & Kennedy-
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TIN, GOPf ER&9|iEET-IRPsN
•W -A. *****. 3D.
-fTEHSTEU-a IIMM.'K (UI'-STAIRS',
Fkont Sthekt.      Nkw Wkbtmikhtrb,
MAVltra JUST OPENED IN THE
nbovo Hun, Wi respectfully solicit n
ro of the trade, and trust by oiti'ofjil
attention to orders uml nio-lemti- >-li-ii;rns
to merit tho same. Exiierleiiced woiIe-
inen' Bailsfnctlon t-naiaiileed,
. EitlinnteM/nnilHlicdforthilvntilncd Iron
Cornloe, Roofing, i'lamblim, Oas-tlttlng,
Htoani and Hot Wnter lleallnir, Ao,
wf Entrance lo jiromlsos on Mary HI
in rear of Rank of B.C. dwinlivto
DiTO'TJC*EL
T HEREBY OIVE NOTIOE THAT sixty
JL Ool days nfter dulp I Intend to nmke
iii-jillc'ilion hi \\v_y chief Commi.sslouerof
I,iuidi' uml Win-!:.-; for -ie nil Iks ion to pui'-
obnfie tho following t me tor pnroolofland,
viz:
An Island in New Westminster District
norlh of Lot IIU [MeNub's rnnebel In tho
Fruser 'liver, containing flvo (."i] ncres,
more or less,
HENHY E. HARLOOIt.
Ladner's Landing, Kept. 12,1SS0,      d2m
BenoYiu
M.A.McRAE,
MERCHANT TAILOR
Begs to announce that he hus
removed to storo in
ARMSTRONG'S new BLOCK
Opposite Masonic Building,
COLUMBIA  STREET.
SOLlCITINIi A CONTINUANCE OF
PUBLIC l'ATKONACJE.
Usvssststafo
Farmers, Attention!
TIIK UNIIHllSiaNED HAS
C'hilllwncK, IS- C.
:si Fiirni Wagonp,
IH 'Suck ISoiu-ils.
I Siimi wnll niatclicd 4-ycisi' old
ISlltfk .'■.:,■■-■•, :-,
.'' Hliii*!o Ih-i-ing Koi'sea.
(S <lov,;s nml H'nlvc.'i.
(O Blend Blc-M'fi.
1 Trotting Waiton,
0 A Pull I,lno of Coolsing Stoves,
Hcntisifj Ktovc.i, Tinware, Havslsyaro,
Qrooorlos, IJi'y floods, Notions, Crockery it Slonowas'O, Clotliing, Unto it Cups,
Drugs, Kni'iii Iiii]i]oincnts, ITissisa Pum-
islitngs, Flll'jlitliro, nml tlso Largest Line
of Boots nml Shoes ntsos'o Westminster
mill tlio most Complete Stock of General
Merclinndiso,
COMH   ANIJ   EXAMINE   AND BE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS.
JylOslisrtsn
■est-o   *a" o •
Cheap Cooking Stoves & Ranges I
DON'T FOROET THE ADDEHSBl
lUffthnjUi Steitaw,
------■■■" 'OSi:-*!   -37 o -
SAMUEL MELLARD,
CHILLIWHACK,
Whom sro lmve appointed our sole agent for onr celebrated
Stoves in that district. Mr. Melltird will supply our Staves at
New Westminster prices. dwno i y i
THIS SPACE EELONOS TO
H. T. READ & OO.
ttARDWABI! MEHOHiVKTS.
JUST RECEIVED,
A  0£E-IjOAi> OF
PeII?lice Coil-spring iMcLaughlan
MB "SC7 *s*Ess3* USa- W. 'S__~i !ilx_i>
 ^v".-;o	
DUPLEX, HANDV,   BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat aad Exps-ess Was
!£_;" The Beat and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.■%_%_]
u-v-iitsste     Tl.©i.dL s^s Ourrie.
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, Now Westminster.
s
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETB;
FLAILS, WORSTEDS k all kinds of Woolen 0-oofls
READir-HAD^ CLOTUINO.
S3?"' The only House on tlie Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of tlie Nesv Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmh'otc
RICHARD STREET, P3EW WESTMINSTER.
M.s.NUF.suri-i:i:its anss dkai.kiis sn
All Kinds of Hongii and Oressofl Lumlier
,es- Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
BOXES. -NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
-_s.Z_TTZ,  -A.X.X.   Z-ZX__T__Zft   03?
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
ttooKSs,   Fi'ames«   Win-lowsB
l^loMidimSsVs*. ISalnstcrs*
Ulinds* Brackets.
Kaiiliea^a, McweSs.
PLAIN ANBMNeVANil ALLKIN3S OF TBRNED WOftK,
_•■;    ■'".- ■   'tt.tx;::
fassp If Fiiiii] | ilii Works Co.
(3Ji2*d:ix*Ein)
Eitgineers, Ooilor Mm, nnd Iron and Grass Founders
0-AVINC' (IRKA'tXY INCREASED THEIR PREMISES AND MACIIIN-
ory. nro in is liosition to inuiertnlte til's oonstrnction nml rolmtrs of illnrlllC
nml lila'tloiinry Ki!|',ln<'.<i nml HolUsri, KlilliiiK. Mining nml Cnmicry
lillicllillcl-}-, ns woll ns fusill!'''!! isnil 1'orulllgS of osory doaotl-stlon,
lisliiim!< :i .'ilvcii: nil work i-iinriintccil.
D. CARTMEL, A. McKELVIE,
Gumma-, Makaokh, dwjU7tc Michasioal Masaiub. VOLUME VIT.—NO. 69.
DAILY BRITISH COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SEPTEMBER 19, 1889.
SOME  QUEER   FISHES.
81ii3iiliuJ Exhibitions of Brtmtli-iig nabltB
and (Jlliabiiijj I'l-opeuaUi'iH.
Tatting first tlioOpliiooophalus tribo, or
"?; ;.::.3-*jcado*l"flfihe3, found in lho Indian
. :; :t:.,v.*o meet with singular exhibitions of
breathing Iiabits, writes Dr, Andrew Wilson, P. ft. 8. 13., P. L, a, iu Onco a Week.
It is known of thesoilshos that tboy ean
.-.nivn-o long periods of dryness, living as
i hoy do in tho semi-fluid mud of rivers and
lakes.   Often they may bo found lying dormant beneath tho "hard-baked crustsof tho
bottom of iv tank, from which every drop of
■"■water has disappeared." Now, in these
lUties; It is clear breathing must be largely
suspended, and lifo goes on at vory low
. pressure, so to speak; but bo long os tho
* mud is soft enough, those fishes can be
.seen to riso to the surfaco at intorvals to
gulp in air.   Tbat Is to say, when hard
messed for water, thoso fishes havo dovol-
1 oped a habit of using air takon directly
from tho atmosphere for tlio purposo of
purifying their blood—a function naturally
carried on by their gills. Tboy havo con-
vortod themselves, for tho timo being, Into
!iuid-animals.    Nor  is   this all.    These
"".nako-headed" fishes of India, whilo on-
loylng their ordinary life in the water, are
aro also Beon to gulp down air from tho nt-
inosphoro.   Dr. Day tells us that tliis habit
in to bo regularly observed in tbeso fishes.
. Ho adds tho interesting observation that if
I •. net be suspended below the surfaco of the
.-.iter of tho vessel In which they are cons' mined, sons to prevent tho fishes from rising to tho top or tho wator to breathe in tho
iilr, they will actually perlBhand dio by suf-
r-iL-ntioii,  Bo that just nB ordinary fishes
■ i;i suffocated out of tho water, thoso fishes
i - fish from a liko causo tf thoy ure kopt In
iho water.
Another and noarly related division of
■ ■'-hers includes the climbing perch of India
and Us neighbors. InlT97,ono Daldorf, in
.. paper rend beforo tho Linnooan Society of
i. miuii, itoijiiled tho fact that ho had captured a climbing-perch (or Anabas) while
iiii.fishwasclimbing a palm-tree growing
near a pond. Tho fish had attained a
ocigh'tof fivo feet above tbo water, and was
prooGbdiug to a higher level still. By aid
ol tlto spines in front of its gill-covers, it
If.-id on totho tree's baric. It thon bent its
tell, and Inserted into the bark its hinder
tail-spines,  Thus fixing the hinder part of
rthobddyas a kind of f ulorum or support,
tl o lish then released its head, and mado
ii ilher ascent by straightening its body,
jn tho Malay tongue tho fishhaa been named
tho "treo-climber:" and it Is known to
walk, or rather to waddle, over tho land in
search of frosh ponds and pools. Tho gills
liro kept moist in Its land-journoys by a peculiar arrangement of tho bones of tho
head. Thoso bones are greatly twisted
und contorted, nnd servo apparently oitlier
lo retain moisture for tho gills, or to hold a
supply of atr sufficient for the breathing
operation** of tho fish.
But excelling lu interest, even the curious
' flshou just named, wo find tbo Lepidosircn,
or Jiuid-ilBh, of tho Amazon and Gambia
rivers, and tho Ceratodus, or "Barramun-
d:i," of the rivers of (-Jueonsland. In most
ordinary fishes, such as tho cod, salmon,
Inuring, otc, an organ called tho air-bladder, swimming-bladder, or sound exists,
T ,---,i!-o of this organ Is apparently that of
. nublfng the fish to riso or to sink in tho
water, by releasing or comprcsslug tho
-..■.,■-..;» tbo "sound" contains. This bladder
varicsvorymucli in shape audconforma-
Uon, and in somo cases it is seen to communicate with the throat of tho fish by means
of a duct or tube. In deep-sea fishes tho
■-us contained i» tho bladder is mostly
niiygou, while in fresh-water iisvhos much
nitrogen with littlo oxygen nnd.oarbonlo
uokl gas nro found. Thoso gasc3 appear to
Hcorotod or formed by tlio air-bladder
itsolf, ln some ordinary llshes, in which a
i iuso network of blood-vessels oxlsts tn
conpeotton with tho air-bladder, wo may
'readily bellove that thia organ may assist
in purifying tho Blood,
lu certain fishes, however, not only docs
, the air-bladder becomelung-liko in structure, but it also discharges tho duties of a
lung, in that it receives impure or venous
blood from tho body and returns it to the
body in a purified condition. The Coratodus
of Queensland has thus   nn air-bladder
j which is a truo lung. It risos to the aur-
fnco of the water and fills this lung, then
[descends nnd remains below water until
the nir, has inhaled has becomo exhausted. Tho fish possesses also fully-dc-
vcloped gills, and wo may hold that these
organs are its natural breathing organs
while tt Inhabits tho water, although tt ts
equally obvious that tlio lung-liko air-bladder
must constitute its melius of brcathiiig,w!icn
from any circumstances tho gills aro unable
to perform thoir work. As Dr. Gunthor
tells us, tho JJarramunda "can breatho
cither by gilts or lungs alone,or by both
.simultaneously."
Tbo Lepidosirens, or "mud fishes," on
tho other hand, aro mora decidedly lung
breathers than tho Coratodus. For their
air-bladder Is really n doublo lung, purifying impure blood, iu the absence of water,
In wliich medium alono tholr gills can act
efficiently. In tho dry seasons of tho year
theso mud llshes appear to bo dried up
with tho mud of the pools or lakes thoy
Inhabit. Tboy coil head and tail together,
uml exist thus inside n cavity or recoptuclo
in tlowed tu ihe mud, which muy commuui-
cato with tho outer nir by an nperturo or
iolinunel. Thoso fishes aro dug out of tho
I mud, and aro often stmt to Europe packed,
na it wero, by naturo, within thoir mud in-
vsstuient-s, and existing thus insido nvori-
lablo bnllof dry clay, whonco theyarare-
It osed by steeping tho clay in topid water.
[hi  Ibis stato tt is evident tho breathing
[must bo of a Btrictly atmospheric type.
There can bo no uso for gills tn a lish whilo
It lo spending part of its life inadrtednnd
ili'ssicntod state.
Hence, tho lung-like air-bladder must
V'rform all tho functions of breathing, fcho
gills resuming their duties, doubtless,
\\ hen the wet season dissolves tho clay and
when tlio fish returns to its nativo waters;
A'i'o witness In such a caso tho stages by
which tho typo of water lifo can bo, aud
probably has been, modified Into tho typo
of land fife. Anyone who sees a frog bo>
gin lire us a tnd polo, breathing with gills,
;> ii iiiiling its existence as an air-breathing
frog, mny think oftho mud fishes, and noto
i. iv; lower lifo ofton successfully aspires
lo attain a higher stage of existence.
(Jumir Riiooimoiti of Iluimiu Nnturo nun
Aoron-1 by Knight it uf tlio Grip.
A traveling man's oxporionco would mako
a racy story if ho had tho timo nud disposition to writo it out. For Instance, 1 will
mention nn ndventuro I had somo years ago
down In Indian Territory, snys W. D. Mc-
Clunuhan in tho St Louis Globe-Democrat.
It was lato iu the fall season whon I had
finished working Texas that I mot a fellow-
ravelor ln Donlson who told mo that u certain party tn tho Territory had beon making
unxtous inquiries about mc, that ho wanted
a aire bill of holiday goods, and thatl.should
bo sure and cnll on my way north. With this
pointer I chocked my trunk to tho town
whero my anxious friend was located. I arrived Sunday artornoon, and after suppor
dropped tu, as it woro, hy chance, and
givoted my would-be customer pleasantly.
After sotting up the cigars wo talked pleasantly for an hour or so without any mention of business. I loft, saying I would sen
him next morning. After an oarly breakfast I called and stated that I imd u big
line of goods and wonld bo glad to show
him my layout, Ilo replied that ho was
going to market soon, and it would bo timo
wnRlcd on him. This was a damper on mc,
hub I thought ho was playing to see if I had
received his moBsnge, so I changed tha subject and ucted as if I believed bis statement that ho was going totho city. Tho
train was to leavo nt ten o'clock. Nino
o'clock camo and I was beginning to get
fidgety, Again I referred to iny lino line of
samples- but still ho insisted that ho did not
wish to place an ordor, As lho clock struck
1) ;!K) I shook bauds nil round nnd started for
tiio train, Uo said good-byo, coolly, and
feeling very much disgusted 1 sought the
tlppoti- Juat ub I was checking my bnggjigo
my customer enmo puffing mid blowing up
imd nuked wlmtlmoaut. I explained thui.
ni lio \vns tlio only custoinor in lho town
nud 1)6 wauled no goods thero Hns no use
for md to stay longer, "Sond your trunks
baok,!'Said ho, "1 only didn't want you to
see I W'ts anxious to buy'''' Ho was nfrcld
1 wouldn't givo him olosn prices. Somo
men nro built that way, you seo.
It Made
Mother Strong
»My mother lias beei
using Painh's Celbm
CoHFOtrKO for nervoui
prostration, nccompan
led by melancholia,
etc., and lt'inadon'
her a world of good
It Is tho only modi.
that strength
is tho nerves.'
0. U. uncus,
Orblsonla,
l'a.
" I am ln my cith year. Have heen :i (Meted It
several ways—could not sleep, hail no appetite
no courajje, low splrite. 1 LoiuuK-iici'a u,in;:
Palne's Celery compound, and felt relief fron
tho third day after usfngTt. I now have a goot]
appetite and cau sleep well. My spirits and
courajio aro almost like those of a young mau,'
S. C. KUiXAiu, R. R., Gonzales, Lu,
Paine's
Ceiery Compound
strengthens nnd butlds up tho old, and euro*
their DifimiilleH. I'lieumulUin, Indigestion and
ilorvousnflss rfold quickly totho ourativepowei
of Palne's eclory Compound.
A Porfoot Tonto nnd Invlgorator, It
GIVES NEW LIFE.
"I am now no years old and havo tried several
remedies, hut none had any effect until I used
Palne's celery compound. I reel entirely dlf
ferent Inr tho short time I havo used It. I can
Walk nearly straight, sleep sound and well, aud
feel im though thero wits new Wo and eaergj
Doming Into my wholo system."
II. mymus, Cleveland, Tenn.
Palne's celery compound Is or unequalcd
raluc io women. It strengthens tho nerves,
regulates tho Kidneys, nnd has wonderful powei
In curing tho painful diseases with which women so often silently suUer.
SI per bottle,  six for *?g. At Druggists.
WSI-LS, H.ICHAUD30W & CO MoSTllBAL.
oiaihohd ams SAfcSS
Vfi//.**■ BdUV ^>mps my, plump and mtnt
fUUtl Odor    if given LAVTATED FOOD.
W. C. LOYE,
I
lUimiHiiK Nently Done.   Cork Sole
Work a Spec-laity.
■tarOrders promptly attended to.
Olarkton St., in ronr of Coloulal Hotel, next to Hand Bros.' olllco.  dnolto
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
c^i-t-x-rail's
Temple of Music!
Is tho Place to Buy Flrst-CIiisa
pianos ™ organs
Atfiiieh Prices mid Terms n< will Suit
Auy Reasonable Buyer.
For prions mul torms, apply lo OAR*
TE1VB T1SMPIJS OF MUSIC.
Vancouver, £?. A'.
230 JJasLlnsa SI. Wesl, daplOto
©END FOI1. CATALOGUE
V (Illustrated) of Plants, Flower imd Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
illisllSOllsll VICTORIA, B.U.
fUeoiiail^i
330-33!) CORDOVA STREET,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers and Dealers lu
MACHINERY
OK ALL DIMCKITIONS.
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
dwdcSOto
Lhrid Kcglslry Ordinance, 1870
The S. K. \ of Section IS nnd the N. K.
$ of Seotion 7, Township 8, New Weit*
minster District,' ami part (1 acre) of
Lot No. li, lllocl. XII, New Westmin
Bter Suburbs,
WHEREAS THB CERTIFICATES OF
Tltloof C'liAUi.is McDoNoudit to
Uio above mentioned herldliameutshavo
been loui or destroyed, und wherciisitppll-
enlloii has hi.-en niinle to mt* forthe Iskii-
aiico nf ilupltrate of Certllloatcs of Title In
lliot-lendof those sn lost or destroyed;
Notlools liorobygtvon that such dupll-
catflCertltlciiteswlll be issued nl lho ox-
pfrntlonof ono month from dale, unless
ln the meantime valid objection to tho
contrary be mndo to nn- In writing.
T. 0, T0\Vj\1jI-'Y,
District Registrar.
Land Registry Olllco,
New Westminster, iilUl Augusit, 1889,
ilaivJIinl
o^roirxcs.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
wo have applied to the Hon, Minister
of the Interior for license to out timber
cm tho following lands:
Commencing nt the imrlh-ensf, comer of
I-ot 38(1, Group ], New WestmlnslorDistrict: thenco due nortii to ibosouth llneof
the Moodyvllle Company's limit; theneo
east along tho soiitn tioundarv of said
limits to the westerlybonndarj of Section
l.t, Township 80] thence south nlnng the
snld Westerly houmlnry to tho south-west
corner of Sootlon 18; Ihonoo oastnlong the
south boundary of said section lo the
westerly hnnlt of tbo Coquitlam river;
theiico southerly tuul following tho snld
westerly bank to thu northerly boundary
of U,tM, arm.pl; tliom'c wt-storly nlong
tho snld northerly boundary to tho northwest corner of said lot; l honco duo west to
the easterly boundary of Lot 888; tlieneo
norlh along said houmlnry to place of
beginntm*; coiitnliilm* In nil 420aores.
Also—Claim No. 2, commencing nt tho
north-west comer of Stavo I.ulte; Ihonoo
west 80 ohalns; Ihcncu south £0 ohnlns;
thenco cant 40 chains, to tho shoro of tho
lake; thenco following tho shore to plnco
of commencement—nbont 4tl0 acres, moro
or less.
ROYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
*Limllod|;
.roiiK HnsimY, Manager.
Now Westminster, Aug. Vl, 1880.
daUSOmi
■uroTxax^.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
HO clnvs nfter dnlr I Intend applying
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands ami
Works for permission lo lease lho follow-
lug described lands:
1. Commencing nt n ro.*;l on Viudoi*. Island, on Um north «ldc <>( the uiinurveycd
eliai!iH!l,riiiiiihit,'lluii'.'('iioi'ih -10 chain*-;
west .0 elinliu', to corner of Loamy A
Kyle's timber clultn; thenee west nlor-x
their line DO chnlns; <nnih 60 chains, h-
shore; thoncifi'olhnviii^Hlinro to point of
commencement,
2. Comi'ii'-m-fng nl n post on Vulilcv; ft-
bind, on tho south Hhh-o( Ihe nnsiirvtiVi-i!
chniinol,o|ino'-lto n ciiannol known i\.
Hole. In-the \Vnll, rumHii:: ihenpn south
7l)"'hnlnn; went ''iiphuliv;; n.mlhi:!) ehnlns;
westlOOoualns; nqrluFOohnJnfl.to abnrsi
thonce along tho shore to point of opin-
monccnionl.
B, OnmmenolilgntapDsl 'inc!inlii'w,i:.|
oflndhliillesiu-vcon itsimsnv Arm; th,*iii>n
fsOiitlifiOchttlnii; ru«I. HHclrillis; north 2-)
elialns;   Dnstfiflohiilim:   north lOchalns;
enst tfiii ahabjsi north 60 ohalnsi west mo
chnlns; sonlh I0ehnln«; W0.it 80chains:
south 20 ohnlii-"; west 80 ehnlns; solllliBO
chnlns, to plnoo of oommonnnraent,
I. Commencing ul nost lfi chains from
south-west cornor of post, of tlie Mauri v*
villa Saw Mill Co.'fi limits, nt thn iu<mi of
Malnspimi Intot; Ihcnci- south 20 chains;
west, 40 chnlns; south 10 ehnlns; casi 80
ch'ns; north lOcdiulns;oa*l7iiehnlns; north
(Hiclnilii'-: westOiehnlns; south40chains;
wesl 55 chains, to place of cnmiucneo-
meut. HENRY V.EDMONDS,
New Westminster, 16th Aug., 1880.
(Uuflstml
Rose Hill Dairy Farm
Delivered Dully to Cuslomcrs in hII parts
.    of Lhe City.
Hotels nnd Restaurants supplied nt .Speoial Rat'-s by thn year.
FRESH EGGS
Dollverod at Market Rales.
Orders loft  lit M.   BrwcLAlil's will be
promptly uliended to.
WI3AVKH A WOODWARD,
dJciSyl i'ropnciors.
an Facie Railway.
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Siiperiiiteiuleiii's Office.
OWNERS  AND   MASTER."*  OF  VES-
sclKiuid oilier Ci-iifl navigating the
l'i ii.' .i-i- i;ivi']-i'.!iMMti!.r.!i"l i', !'.(■]. wlihin
lhe Piiiovs iv.lnli'ri lint a-id White, re*
spietjveiv.iil ih.' Mi--ii.iiRrlili{o,aHdur-
inii lhe von-Itn.'ll,.ii of lhc Brbi-n*. nnvi.
L'lllloil ln-U-.eeii Ih. I';iiiks of III" i.lver
no ; the lluov.'.i.';.!:;M:.'iitiis,'nvl!U'loplleii
being drlvm there.
II. ABBOTT,
Vn
TvlOTICE I'-' llKlil'l.Y GIVEN THAT
IN !t0riiiyKfromriKti-wi!lntend1-inp|.l.v
tn ihe t'lils! i'liinmlSflnuer of LhihI*. nml
W. il'.'. (or ii'Tiiil-wlon lo l-'in-'e. li-r linilier-
I'.-: i.iii'jiii'.'S. tlm followlii'; ih-.r-i'lhcl
In'ds Mtiiatid in NcwWe^iiiluslt'i'Dls-
Irk-l:
Coniiucucliig ut n t-ouiii'i'il posl s tun
Ih. ens! -iill--"of n creek nbniil one mile
fi.nn  Hh mouth, ullimie.r ii illi-w-teily
from Woolrldgo iKliiji'i. Howe Sound;
Iheiic.' nnrlli -li) clis., west lOehs.. north
111 ell".., west. Ill (lis.,  mil-ill  l.'illi'hs., WOSt.'iO
clis., nnnh:ii)c;hH , west 20 clis., north Co
(dis., west 111 oh-.., sonlh Ml chs., cn*-t. SH
chs,, soulh IS)chs., ens' 20 elm.. tumUi 80
chs., enst2.1 i-li>.,soiilli 20 chs,, fast 20chs.,
snuih 20 ehs., enst 2t)ch;i,, to uinceof eom-
iiH'iiceiiient-coiitninlug lliitl acres, morn
ROYAL OITY PLANING MILLSOO.
fLlmltcdJ.
-Toiik-Hrkdrv, Mnungor.
New Wtslmliisti-r, Wept, ot li, 1880.
dscllml
NOTIOE IS  HEREBY GIVEN THAT
lho partnership borotoforo subslsl-
imr helween llio niiih-i-.-ilifiiuil under the
Hn:' name of Comeifoic! A McDougall;
Merciie.ni Tcilors, has been dissolved this
day hy mut mil consent. All accounts
o'.vin;: ihe Into firm uir- lo he pnhl to J, A.
MePuin-iill, nod ult chilms lo-niiisl. lho
said lirm will bo settled by him.
T. OOMERFORD.
,T.  A, McDOlIGALI..
Now West., Aug. .11, \tW.
Ir. J. k McDougajj
U/11,1, CuNTINtii: Tli:: BUSINESS
VV under his own unmii, at Ihosaino
slur.-, on Columbia Btreet, next lo V.
(.'nil.■'.*.. A .-oiillminiii-.i . i the pibllc
I'lUiuniige is respcclfiill'. ■"!'•):): ;). Sulls-
riictloiiguarnnlced. dvseSto
11
_ ■:_-, by ,
.",■:. II)
lllllll riUCltSlN BOOTS AKD'.
SHOKS.
01.'  ALL CULTAS STOCK IN a
BOOTS !c SHOES. _
•ALL    UliOAHB   I'-OR    11I011J
I MUCKS. J
"1000   MUN,  WOMEN it CIIIL-j,
- DP.EN, |
•To Buy Boots that _ Bootsh
'A.B.l!NTEiyTE'Sl
SIGN OE THE BUFFALO;
dwsolBtn Coi.umiiia Strbkt.
Look! Look!
NEW GOODS! HEW@00DS!
hie tooflbrthr
'inc.-l Stock of
Worsteds,    Beavers,   Meltons, Fancy Striped Pant-
ihgs, Overcoatings, &c,
JUST AltRIVI-m.
The only way to form any nny Idea of lho
qtinntlly and quality of these Goods
Is to call nud look, whether you
want anything or not.   Come
nnd bc satisfied.
BEGQS"&HEARD,
Loading Merchant   Tailors,
1 !!<JO|. Wi'St "I DIOUISSBOU'S llll1i'lu'l'SllO|S,
ilssihlyl ss OOI.II.MIHA STRKET.
Auction Sale!
I will sell by public auction, on the
21 ui 21 m
 ONTltE	
A8RIGULTURAL GROUNDS,
Chilliwhack,
E)oi
C
O
■oTlioroni
tvos.l Off
efOntUo.
lo pair o,'
11*,(| ;.%;'.*
RlneiGi
ibi 1
i.iliy fli
nther1
MEW TOP SOGGY
TWO-HEATED UA RI0LE,
Twci-Wheclcd Onrt (new), Hentnd-hnud
Ru-fgy, l-'lvo Bucltboiuds, Four Bain
Wagons, ami lots of other article**, too
numerous to mention.
A. M. NELSON,
dwielold Auctioneer.
British Oolumbia
Tin' Annual Exhibition isl tlm
Will I'll ll-hlnt. till' NKW KXltltll-
TIDN   IIHII.ISINII,
UUoGU dl Ml
Iii Mir- Oily of
SEW WE
WfiONESMY, THURSDAY
and FRIDAY,
OCTOBER 2ND, 3RD & 4TH, '89.
3CDKT  ^*E5*iaS"C3S
For  Exhibition   and   Sports,
In connection with this Exhibition will
ho Hid opening of (lueon's Dark nnd nn
oxlenslve programme of SPORTS and
GAMES, PROUESSiONSl, FIRE-WOHKH,
fto., unitor direct ion of tin? Citizens'Corn-
nil I tee.
All entries for tlio Exhibition must ho
made with Iho Secretary before noon on
TUESDAY, October In,
All Mock and other exhibits from south
of Iho rlverwlll.bo parried across on tho
stenm ferry, PltKti OP citAncii:, and drays
wilt he found at railway filattons nml
wharves t» convey eitliibits, ifttEK, to Ihe
Ground*-.
Special Kcrtuccd Kales will bo given on
all nillwnys and steamers lo persons nn 1
exhibits coming to lhc Exlilbltlon.
Asltlsexpeeicd tlio attendance at this
ExhlblUoil ivlll bo very large, tbo Direct
tors liopo to see an exhibition worthy of
tho rnsourcea of tbo province.
I'lHthcrInformation maybe hud from
thopvlcoUsIs [whleli will bo sent free on
application], or/rom the secretary,
T. R. PEARSON,
SECRETARY.
Nmv W usi'Wl NflTiut, Aug. 23,1S80.
dwauSiml
G-"RJLl<ri5
PJew Westminster, B. C.
lln; I'msiiiriil Agricultural bliibili-ii,
WESW KSIM V. TH HUH WAY
and FIMWAY,
DOT. 2ntL 3rfl anfl 4th, '80
SIX BRASS BANDS in ATTENDANCE;
Ii PHIZES!
fou spobts ahd exhibitioh.
Sl'OltTH TO CONSIST OI'
Hisi'st- KnciiiK, Viiclit Kaclng,
ifiiat nml Cniioc Rncing,
Athletic Sports,
Ltici'iissc, linsc-lusll, I'oot-bnll,
ISoso Rci'I Contest, mul
Kiilc Matches.
SINISIIII THII AISI'IC'IIS OK THE
GRAND TRADES AND SOCIETIES
PROCESSION
—OM—
Thursday Morning, Oct. 3rd.
) mil
Wednesday Evening, Oot. 2nd.
Torchliqht Procession!
On I'rlilny I'vctihi-., del. (tb.
Excursion Rates from all points.
*»rl''or/ulI lutorniitloii nnd l*rt/.i l-l-ds
sue small hilly.
W. R. T0WN8EN0,
Mayor.
J. ft. O. FRASER, Trcnsuror.
M,      ft, T. MACKINTOSH,
au22td Becretary.
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
. COLUMBIA   STRKET,
New Westminster, B. C.
CE8-HsstlsfAsstlssD s-iiisriisit.:".!.       ,ln\.llSI'
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Lato Partner of John MoVIcker)
MINING ENGINEER, U.S. A PROVINCIAL BURVKYOR, A ARRAYfiR.
BCd-Reliabio reports, underground surveys and maps or mines executed at low
rates. Assays mndo on all kinds of minerals, sold und silver bars. Thirty years'
esperfiinoo lu mining In Asm, Europe
and United States of America. BpoaKfl
ten languages. Assnys from a distance
pronipllyattended to. Address Vancouver, B. O. ddelTto
NOTICE
N
OTIOE  lft  HEREBY GIVEN THAT
'wo Intend to
onerotLands
,pply toflioolJlofOothmli
and Works for leave to pi
lowing hinds, sfiunto In tho DlMricto:
New Wcsimliisler, ami descrlb d ns fol
lows: Lots ono bumlrcd nml thlriy-oni
llnil, ouo hundred and Ihlrty-llvo ij:V*J
one hundred and ililriy-Hlx [l,)(]],onolitin-
nred nnd thlrly-clj'ht. U;-8], and one luiu-
drcil and forly-onu [Itll, In QroupOneoi
snld liislrlcl, cinitalniiii- ch;hl hiiiidrctl
lioroH, niiiroorieBs.
Haled loth .September, U«!».
ANIUtEU* LEAMY,
dselo-2in T.n.OILLESPIE,
OF LONDON, ENGUND, ARE
NOW INSURING
FRAME BUILDINGS USED
AS RESIDENCES
At 1-2 per cent, per Annum
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
ficM lm Agon I.
EXHIBITION BUILDING
Must make It known to the Secretary
At an Early Date.
T. R. PEARSON,
ihvnu20m1 sTSC*Bj-Ja:jf**,*R-sr.
Railway Bonus By-Law, 1889
A Ily-III III tit ruttit: by loan the sum of
$iiitt,0p0.00 for the purpose of giving
a bonus to the Xew Westminster Southern Hallway Company and to grunt
to the said Company curtail! lands
mul privileges.
WHEREAS, It Is expedient to secure
tho construction nnd operation of
(he lino of railway and oilier works
mentioned In the Aet of lho LoglB*
Inlivo Assembly of tlio Province
of British Coin m bin incorporating
Mil- New Weslmlnster Sou (hern itaihniy
O. and lins act amending tho suid not of
Incorporation, in tlio manner provided for
by certain articles of agreement bonrlng
date lliti tenth dny of September, one
I lionsand eight hundred and eighty-nine,
'■xeeul"d bytho Mnyor and Clerk of the
citv of New 'Westminster (but so ns not
to be binding mil ess and until this by-law
shall come Into force) and now deposited
with llio snld clerk.
Anii wiikiieas, for the purposo of rals-
Ins: tlie said sum of S15">-OU).l>0, it, Is necessary to issue debenture.-- for that amount;
And TsVHKI'.kah, the total amount required to bo raised annually by special
rate for paying tho said debentures and
interest thereon, ns hereinafter provided,
is §10,850.00;
And wirtsnKAS; tlio nmount of Iho whole
rateablo property of tho snld eity aooording lo lho Inst revised ilBSOflsment roll Is
83.610,215.001
And wirniiRAS, the total amount of the
existing dobt of tho said City is $21)3,000,00.
Thrkkkoue, lhc Mayor and Aldermen
oflheeiiynf New Westminster In council
asvcmblcd enact as follows:
1. ll, khn 11 lie lawful for tho Mayor of the
oity of NewWestminster to rnlae byway
of loiitif-oni any person or poisons, body
or bodies corporate, who may he willing
to advance lho same upon the credit of
Mio.lt'lienturos hereinafter mentioned, the
sum of -;i.j'),i)iKI.Dflp nml cause tho same to
lm paid Into tho hnnds of tlie Treasurer of
the said cily for lho purpose hereinbefore
recited.
2. It shnll be lawful for Ihe .Mild Mayor
io cause any numbor of dobeutnreu lo be
niinle i'.'ii-li for bucIi sum of money not less
than S-iDD-OlVir an eciniviilenl ox])ivssed In
ii.nni.is;torllngortlifl United IClngdom of
* .rem Britain and Ireland nt a value of
.--i.wii-ii m (lm pound sterling, as maybe
iv(jiiiivd.aiidnli Ktichili'iii.-iKiires.shall i.e
MViieti wlih thqj^pal of tlio corporation of
tin* city of Ne\sl|^'estmliis[i*r aiidsli;ned
liy thu Mayor and countersigned by Iho
Treasurer thereof.
H. Tho said debentures shall bo made
payable In fifty years from iho day here*
Innfler mentioned for this by-lawto take
ell'cet at sueh agency of tho Bank of British Columbia in Canada or in London,
England, af) tho council of the corporation of iho said city may direct.
4. The snld debentures shall have coupons attached for tho payment of interest,
at the rate of five per centum prrannum
on tho amount of said debenture''.
5, For the purpose of forming a sinking
fund forthe payment of the debt hereby
created and tho Inture-t thereon ns and
when the samo shnll become duo a special rale of four mills and one-third of
ouo mill In tlie dollar shall ho raised mid
levied ill each year upon ull the rateable
proporty In thesaid elly of New Wosliv luster Innddillon to all other rates,
II. The sum of 8160,000.00 slinll be applied
as ulionustolhoNowWcsi'.minsicr.-south-
eiii Hallway Company.uiid shall bo payable tot he said Company at. the limes] I lulled hvthesnld lu pnrt roclted artioles of
utitvi'iiicnt for tlio payment- thereof by tho
said Compnny, nnd so much of Ino mint
of [5i0W.0O ns may lie requisite shall ho
applied and bo payable its thoroln provide... and the residue, if nny, shall he np-
piled to such purposes of tho municipality us the council may direct.
7. Itshall bo lawful for the Mayor and
Cleric of Iho corporation of I ho city of New
Westmlnsterto mnke and enier Into for
and In the mime of ami on behalf of the
said corporation till deeds containing all
such covenants.agreement--, pifivivosand
conditions as maybe expedient, for llio
ranviiii.' out of tho aforesaid in pari, re-
cited artioles of agreement, Blich deeds
being tlrst approved of by the council of
lho said corporation.
8. Alt proporty of tho snld Company
whleli ll mav he possessed of at any Mine
shall bo and is hereby c\empiod from
taxation by tho corporation oflhocllyof
New Westmlnslordttrlng tlio oonstriiRllon
of tho lino of railwny and other works of
lho Compnny, and for twenty-live yearn
from the completion thereof.
0. The forry servico by-law, 18SS, and tho
workshops' bonus by-Inw, 1SS8, nro horeby
repeated.
10. So much of anv other by-law or bylaws of tho corporation ot the city of New
Westminster as may heal vatlauco or Inconsistent with this by-law Is hereby repealed.
11. This by-law shnll, boforo tho final
passage thereof, receive llio assent of thu
electors oftho corporation in Iho manner
provided by the New Westminster Aet of
1SRS, aud amending Aots.
12. Tliis by-tawshnll como Into force on
thn Mill day of October, IR.1.!).
l:t. This by-law may bo cited as lho
Railway Bonus By-Law, 1880.
By-law read a tlrst time on the second
dayofM»ptember, ItiSH.
Bv-law read a second timo on tho 10th
dnyof l-ieptembor, 18*30.
NOTICE.
•■flAKR NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE IS
1 a trim copy of lhe proposed By-law
which will he taken Into consideration
by the Municipal Council of the cllyof
NowWestmlnster after one month from
Ihe Ili-st publication thereof in tho Hnrr-
imi CoMiMittAT** newspaper, which tlrst
publication look plnco on tho Uth dayof
Hcptomber, 11*80, and thai a vote of the
cloetorsof tho city will be taken on said
proposed By-law on the Mill (Iny ttfOC*
lobar- iaH». between lho hours of il nVkvlt
a. in. and 5 o'clock p. in., at the following
places, namely: In Ward No. 1. atthe
i-shleiieeof ft. Calbick, Dublin slreel, in
snld Wind; In Ward No. '2, ot tbootl,eeof
tlio Into Dominion-Sawmill Co., Blchnrd
sireot, ln said Ward; lu Word No. It, at tho
City Hall, In said Ward; in Ward No. 4, at
Ht. Louis College, Blackwood Btreet, in
said Ward.
D, ROBSON,
diolltd City Clork
W. R. AUSTIN'S
FARM  PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, ftp-wood, Bark,
Ac,      -ilc.,     Ac.
LEAVE ORDERS   AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
 dm y Iill; i:
DEAUXi''
Hard and SoftWood
Braying and Teaming
Skin <i.UkM UME
Always In Slock,
Orders lefl at tbo U. !\ N Wharf will he
promptly delivered. ilmliSOto
ififiiS   U  If I HII Eli
f';'i.Mi>   19.    SSsi'ii'.'lLliss
WIHILKPAI.K
FisbaeamB Dealer!
FRONT  STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col
Boots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LAB0EST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
SSS3S
irerrs
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
___f REMEMBER, ray stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in the
newest styles, is larger this season than any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to see the Greatest Variety, loget New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwtc SI  Ocl-oxaalsia Street.
tST Highest Prico paid for Furs and
i- Hides.
Deer
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot of Douoi.as Stki'BT, NKAn
Coi-UMWA  STEBET-
J. FEIt-T-VSOK,  I'ROl'KIETOR
FRESH    BREAD,   CAKE.-?,   PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., otc.
Hotel and Restaurant trade solicited.
All orders  promptly attended lo and
delivered lo any partof the elly.   dmli2Sy
BRACKMAN& KER,
siANUKAc-rui-i:!,:; <
By the Latest Improved Process,
pr-ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MB l.i,** ;il XtirU* fsaanltdt.
TIME    CARD.
O.  3E-*.   2KT.  CO.
Tho Fino Flrst-Chiss
Str. William Irving
Will I.eisv<> llio O. P. N. Cis.'s Whorf,
-_--v_-_-_t-_r
Tuesday, Thursday S Saturday
AT 7 A. ll*
FOR CllltLIWHAGK AND WAY POUTS.
Rotiirlslssg Ks'erj-
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When BHulci'ont   luducainent oirers she
will proceed lo HOPE and on sue!:
occasions will leave her whnrf
ai in.m,
Conncetin'ii Willi IhoC. P. N. Co.-sS(enmor
for Vlciorla.
.TDHX IRVING, Mnuagnr.
T. 1,. nRIGGS, Aaont,
Now Wcslmlnfiler, dflpSle
-Ac  r"-*j THE STEAMER
^^ROBIRTDUNSMOIB
T EAVES WESTMIKSTJBR every Mnn-
Jj iln>. morning nt 7 -I'oloek fdrNfliiat-
. Loaves Westminster every Wednesday
nl7:i. m. for Nnnntino direct, eoiineotlug
witli Isinmi railway and Comox steamer.
Loaves Nanaimo for Vanoouvor on
Thin*; .'..vs iti.J Friday-, nml returns -nine
days.
leu ves Nannlmo On Saturday at 7 a, rn,
for Wos!min.-tor direct.
ESTABMSllKD 1851).
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
-iiiiiil) ui'iiiisius llm oolonial lldlol
NEW Wf'JSTiVIINRTER
rplll!   liAROKST  AND   OHOI01IST
I_   isssiss'tisscsst of nil dosarl|suto-iB of
MEATS km VEGETABLES
Cissistiustiy on Issusd, nud supplsod to Fam.
Hies, Kststassrasste, asid Steamboats atthe
LOWE.-.1;  I-OSSIBLE PRICES.
VIOTORIA
Store St., Victoria B. C,
OFFER FOB SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
Poll POULTRY, *s.
Rice Meal,
FOB CA1TLE FEBP.
dmbS8m6
C. McDONOUCI
(LUNDBOM'S DUILDING,  PKONT STREET)
-B-ISEP.   XHT
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand au Intensive Stock of
Dry Ooods, Oroccrfcs,   Hoots & Show,  Huts & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, At.
IIEBN'S     -&s     BOYS'      SUITS.
Great Variety of Honeuliold Articles.   Also,
GRAIN,  SEEDS,  POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAI, STORES.
N* B.—Farm Produce bouslit at market ratea or sold on comnilBnlo...  a^^Onlert*
from the Interior promptly attended lo. dwjefjto
-.W.W-'.'.,"    ... .,■       ..    -    .;     .Vi^.-.V     -     <■     '. -■' 't        '
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
''Csssloplai3sos,cU»dapt-dlo-lsUd>enlls«t|OM*tsHs,csss-!jCollo, Oolutlp-lloss,
lUBftOjtortai.Brooiljn.N.Y.   I Wltlouttojuitoagmodltatton.
Tub Ckntaub Cobi'Asy, 77 Murray Street, 1
CITY BREWERY!
The Very Best lu the City Is Browed by
JOHN W,  ANDBZEJEWSKI
Al lhe City Brewery, Agnes Slreet.
Orders loft at Dickinson's Butcher Shop
eliall have prompt attention. Give ns a
trial and Judge for yourselves.
New West,, July 13,1889. djly!3tc
Feed, Livery i Sale
STABLE.S,
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
"PEOPHIBTOE.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
for Hire, Hades call at all Steamers
and Trains. Speoial attention given tq
Bonnling Horses.
COUL UNO WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may bo left at the Oflice of Ma
Huts A Mlllknn,Commission Merchants,
Front Street, New Went. dBc2lt«
Worth Britisli & Mercantile
riEE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Capital,    -   $15,000,000.00
lislssorlbflit Cssnltss.il. ns ul fllsl I)cc.,188f
813^00,000. Flro Pisssd nml Ro6orv6,*ss,
312,720. Not l-romlssssis, isss, s.s.ojn.Q.'io.
OF   LONDON.
Capital,    •    f'»,.33,fl»0.00
UATKS   AH    LOW   AS   ANY   OTHKB
COMPANIES DOINQ 1IUSINKSB
IN U1UT1SH COLUMBIA.
J. Or. TJLGlTT_E2S
Agent for New WoBtminBter City
and District. rtjeMtc
Ti
BY WAY OP TIIE
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QUICKERIN^MF^ANANYOTHEB
RRAJif) SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC COAST
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
.TOURIST SLEEPING! CARS
Por Veomm'idntlntiof Second-Class Pas-
seiigei'saltaei-cd to KxprcBD Trains,
Pare from Portland to Sacramento ami
Sim rmnflisi-o—Unllnillod- _\2R\ Plrst*
rliiKs (Limited), W Second-claa-i (Ll-
Tlllluljoir TIC1CETS to all points Souti
and East, via California.
TiCKKl' OFFICES!
City Ofimcb, No. 1.14 Cor. First A Aldoi
Depot Ofpiqk, Cor. F A Front street**;
Portland, Oreiton,
R. KOBHI.BR,       lfi.P.Rp«ER8,
Manager.       AnkChF. AP.A'gi
Haiiil Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RlflS
At Special Low Rates.
id AH M tf
Done at Shortest Notice.
Dry C'oriiwooil delivered to any part of
tho City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
us-Stubles nearly opposite C.P.R.Depot, Columbia Sh, NewWestminster.
djallte      GILLEY BROS. rwra.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Lud s IsTBstfflBnt -AgBiuy
( LIMITED I
THOMAS ALLSOP, 1
HENBY S. JIASON,    [•
CUYI.EBA.HOLLANH,
ISISSKOTOBS,
HEAD OFFICII I
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fhci Street,
I.ONUON, F.NC .
Tlio Business ol ALLSOP t MASON hns
becss ssscrgctl In tho isbos'e < onspissiy ansl
srill 1,0 carried on hy tho C'snspssny trom
Ihlsdnlo ns a genoral Lnni Ins'eFtsss.nt
nnd Insurance Agenoy.
MOSEY TO LOAN on Mo Igngo ut Low
Ratos. Tosvss Lois nud Fn uilng Lands
for Snle on easy terms.
Victoria, B. C, Mny 10th, l«7. dsrJlyS
TO SMOKERS.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
..MAINLAND.
IffThoy aro not only made of the
Choicest Tobacco bub thev ore of
Homo Maiiufnot lire, and should be
patronized by all good citizons.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
HOLBROOK mjlLTHNT,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwl7iioly	
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries!
And PROVISIONS.
 ALSO—
A WELL-SELECTED STOOK OF
DRY GOODS
AND rURNISHINGS.
AT THE   LOWEST PRICE8.
LUNDBOHM'B BLOOK,
Coi-s-sslsla tltnl.        Sow WcHSMUHw
noldwly DAIfcY iiSmSH OOLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTEB, Ii. a, SEPTEMBER 19, 1669.
VQI.JJM.J. VII.-NO. 69.
giuli* .«ritish Columbian
Tbar-iday Evemlag, Sept. 19. 18*9.
ADVERTHIMa RATES FOR THE DAILY.
Timniil«lAdTertlMmeii(f.-FIr('tlu8er-
tlon, 10 --ts. per line solid nonpareil; each
yul-siriuent consecutive Insertion,'! cts. per
Hue. Advertisements not Inserted overy
day—OrNt Insertion, 10ots. per line; subsequent insertion*;, 6 ets. per line,
nta ml i nn Ail vert Isemeolf-.—Pro fesslon-
alorHiislness Cardn—82 per montli. Speoial roles for general trade advertising,
aei-ordiug to npnee occupied nnd duration
or-'oiiiruet.
isui-iii-ii Saifs, when displayed, charged
j.'i i» i- cent, less than transient ndvts, If
-.ul id, charged at regular transient rules.
Huct-lnl Notices among rending rnuiter,
20 ota. per Hue oach insertion. Hpeclals
Im-erred by tbe month at reduced rutes.
Birth*-, Marriages aud BeathB.fl for oach
Insertion: Funeral Notices in connection
wltb duiitlm, Do eta, eaoh Insertion.
WEEXIV ADVERTISIHQ itATES.
Tnuisti-Til.IdvtTlt.seiiiJ*ntn,—First inner"
lion, lOctJi. per lltw solid nonpareil; subsequent Insertions, 7 els. per line.
fll-H-dlna Atlveril.toiiieiit*--Prof«HBion-
al or Business Cards-SI.fiO per mouth.
Special rules for general trade advertising.
Special Notices, Births, Marriages and
Deaths, same rates us Dully.
Cau must be all metal,and for large cuts
an extra rate Mill ho charged.
e-ri-er-iiitis sn'tidln-- In iidv-jitlsi-ini'iitfi
-ihould he ciuoful io stale whether thoy
are to appear lo tin* lially Edition, or lhe
Weekly, or both. .\ liberal reduotion is
mado when lnseriiHt in both. Nottdvor*
tisement Inserted for loss than Jl.
SUB00RIBIBIW
Who do not receive lite|r P'tp'-r "■Kni-'-rtjv
from the Carriers
Oflice,willconferii fn
name to the olllee o( pui
through ihe Post
Ml 111
Ca whey .-On the 10th inst, in lliec-ily of
SI. Cal herl nes, Ont., Edmund rnwsry
aged CO years, father of .Mre j.Cartel
Smith, oft his city.
Dress (loads at Cost at Wolfenden's.
Overcoats, Clothing nnd I ionllenion's
Furnishings, auitiblu fur present and
winter tiso, clearing at cost prices- nt
W. & G. Wolfondon's. *tc
Cau't Come.
Tlio following despafceb from tho
Viotoria laorosae club to tlio secretary
of llio Westminster club bas boen recoived: "Sorry wo cannot play at N.
\V. during exhibition week!" Tliu Vancouver team will therefore play Weat-
miiiatcr instead, and no diminution of
interest or excitement will bo folt.
Fresh Eastern Oysters at B. J.
Armstrong's. tc
Poaco iu the polico couit Ibis morning.   No enses.
The street sprinkler ia doing good
service on Columbia and Front streets.
B. \V. Armstrong bas paid his subscription to the Exhibition Fund.
Next!
Walker & Co. liavo Snpporton Lots
noar New Hospital nnd Robs-Mac*
iaron Mills, at old prices. -
Wanted n Book-Keeper; one with
knowledge of Retail Hardware preferred.—Apply to "Y.Z ," Now Westminster. ' *-o
Bfti'tjftin huntors will do well to look
through W. &. (i. Wolfeudcn'a stock
of Dry Ooods, Hats and Clothing, now
cloning at coBt. *to
KL-hards, Haywood & Mackintosh
havo 5-acre Brownsville lots at §20 an
acre; balf cash, bahnce in G months,
without interest. selOml
Hardware Clerk Wanted.—Wanted,
a young man with knowledge of Hardware—Apply to *'A.l.," Post Office,
New Westminster. *tc
Great quantities of hay are being received from up river. It, has been a
good year for hay and the price ought
to be luff tins winter.
The Presbyterian concert takes
place tn the old church, next the new
bulding, nnd not in tho opera houso as
haa been generally announcoc\
Kild'sBalt worka, Gcderich, Out,,
among tho largest in Canada, were
burned this morning bv an incendiary.
Tho hm is 310,000; insurance, $3,000.
Street contractors will note that
tenders are asked, up to 4 p.m. on
Mouday next, Sept. 23, for tho clearing and grading of Pclham Btreet in
two i eetions.   See adv.
Bev. D. V. Lucas will lecturo tonight inthe W. C. T. U. hall, Douglas
street- on 'Two Bottles of Wine."
The subject i_\ an interesting one, and
there should be a good attendance.
The repairs to the lower end of
Douglas street nro nearly linished;
the earth ii being laid on thickly over
tho siwilns'. A sidewalk on tho right
side facing tho river will be duly np-
preci.ited by all who are in a hurry to
cntjh thii train.
A Chinaman who stole a §20 gold
piece from a half breed two years ago,
was recognized by tho latter to-day,
but nothing could bo done in tho
matter on account of the long period
of time which has elapsed since the
commission of tho crime, and the
absence uf nny witnusses*.
Mr. Richard Pickering, O. E., will
leave in tlie morning for New Westminster and Vancouver. Wlulo on
the mainland he will visit Chilcutin
L-ike tn tho iuterflsts of English capitalist*-, and make an examination and
fofin estimntoa of it* capacity for irrigating purposes, ets.— Times of Tua-
day.
The old belfry Lower behind Holy
Trinity church has been demolished,
and tie bells now dumbly recline in
thtid'Htv roadway, awaiting, presumably, a glorious elevation into a moro
worthy sphere. There J3 quito a
chime, and it seems a pity that tboy
should not bo used lo play tlio carillon
and usual belfry music,
The cause of the shooting caso at
Ladn-.Tii LHiding wss gambling, eno
of tin-mos* prolific causes of Chinese
disturbances. To put a stop to this
practio-j among ihe celestials is a t-nk
beyond the power of uny police, it is
praclictd in lho greatest secrecy and
with sentries posted, ami generally
within s'iuihI of tho passing officer's
foot Flops.
A party of prospectors, ono of whom
is Mr. Llewellyn, the diver, left yesterday for YhIo, near which pluce
Ihoy intend to exnmir.'o the liver bed.
They will invemigatu all tho bars and
expect to bo veiy successful in
bringing up nut-gel a of a good size.
Information will no doubt bs- forthcoming at*, to tho success attending
thoir efforts.— i-Vorld Sept. 18th.
Tho ehofst of tho Oolumbia street
flumu, liko Bnnquo'B, will nut down.
Tho latent vognry of this monumental
niece of uncivil engineering is a burst
in the gaa main lhat crosses it. Tho
imii-ii consequent upon this uncalled
for action of the ruu pipe, is autncthing
better imagined Ihnu experienced.
Tho continual -pining ut this part of
tho atreet has a decided tjudency to
make tho surrounding property
owners fatigued. It is hoped that it
will be all ovor by  oxhibition  week.
About ono thousand people assembled ut the California Theatre to !iat.>n
to tho music, jokes and witness the
grotesque antics of Lew Johnson's
colored oompany Tho troop ia a goo*
one, and the various features of the
programme were well carried out, if
enthusiastic applause may ho taken
for any criterion of approval. Tho
■inging rendered hy tho Black
Baby Boy Quottetto was of a stylo that
reached the climax and may bo con-
liiiorod the bost part of lhe evening's
entertainment. Tho jokes woro now
and tttdblng, the skotches wore very
amusing, aud aomo excellent specialty
work was dono. On tho wholo the
porformanco wns well received—San
Jose Mtrtmry, Aug. Uth, Resorved
seats for sole at Herring's drug store.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
On lhc Wnrpaili.
Nows is hard to get these times, but
in spite uf that, Mr. A. Smith at tho
police station has many serious objections to beiug aroused from hia
peaceful slumbers by even such a
roapoctable and wealthy member of the
community as a reporter. This happened last night, nnd the victim of tho
outrage has serious thoughts of exchanging the bull dog'a chain for a
piece of thin and easily brokon string
to t luit all sueh callers may havo all
tbo nows they want nnd bo hospitably
ontottiinod by getting a bito before
they go.
Uim. Mv. Di'.-vri-n-js's Movements,
Hon. Edgar Dewdney, minister of
tlio interior, was banqueted at the
Delmonioo hotel, Victoria, on Monday
night. Yesterday morning Hon. Mr.
Dewdney aud Mra. Dowdney and
party arrived at Vancouver on tho
Islander. During tho day tho distinguished guests wero taken for a cruise
up the North Arm of tho Inlet aud
had a luncheon on tho water and a
delightful timo generally. To-day tho
visitors wero driven around Stanley
Park and ovor the principal streots
of Vancouver. This evening Mrs.
Dewdney will hold an "At Homo" at
the Hotel Vancouver and to-morrow
Hon. Mr. aud Mrs. Dowdney will
le'ivo for Ottawa.
I'eneral sllcctlng.
According to announcement by
advertisement, a general meeting of
tho celebration committees is called
for this ovoniug, at tho city hull, at
8 o'elock. In addition to the committees, everybody is invited, and it ia
to be hoped that everybody will mako
it their business to go. The meeting
will bo a moat important one, and,
considering tho brief lntonnl now to
elapse before tho dato of tho exhibition, any remissness by committees or
the geuer.il public in completing liual
arrangements cannot but affect seriously tho success of the whole affair.
Lot everyone bo alert and attend to
his duty more assiduously thun ever
from this out, aa thero is not a minuto
to loso, and tho exhibition and colebration will nssuredly be the r.tu-oss
that all hopo to boo it.
TACOMA TOURNAMENT.
Special to Uio Colomhiam.
Tacoma, Sept, 19, 4 p. in,—We
havo withdrawn from tho championship race to-day. Will run in tho
speed race to-morrow morning, and
will leavo for home ou tho 5 p. m.
boat aftor tho race. Tho boys aro all
well.   The weather is very hot.
CORRESPONDENCE.
The 1.1'iunr Mre-isc- By-I.uu-.
Editor Columbian.-—In your issue of
last night there appeared a communion
tion from Mr. It. AV, Mcintosh in whieh
it waa claimed that the restrictions imposed on hotel keepers hy the by-law aro
unnecessarily stringent, and opposed to
the commercial interests of tlie city, and
ought to bc modified. Mr. Mcintosh
seems to have misapprehended the intent
aud meaning of some of these restrictions. [
There is nothing in tho by-law requiring \
hotels tooloso at niidnisht, or at any time.
A great many people Tail to make a clear
distinction between hotels and bars,
whereas this distinction is clearly made
in the bylaw. It requires nil bars to
close at 24 o'clock, but permits hotels to
remain open as lout; ns the proprietors j
may choose. A bar is not a necessary
adjunct to a hotel. It provides ncithov
food nor lodging for guests, and it might
lie closed permanently or dispensed-witli
altogether without serious inconvenience
or harm to any one. The bar is simply
and solely an establishment whero persons may be supplied with a beverage
wbloh is not only unnecessary but positively harmful, in a great majority of
cases at least; and Mr. Mclnlo-h will
scarcely deny that thia beverage is the
immediate cause of a great deal of the
poverty, suffering, crime and unnatural
death which bring unnecessary sorrow
into every community. It ia this admit*
ted evil that the by-law seeks to restrain, while it leaves untouched all tho
necessary appliances of a hotel. But aa
there are some persons who have through
habit acquired such u liking for this pernicious beverage that they regard it as a
necessary accompaniment to every meal,
the by-law provides tbat liquors may bo
served with meals at any hour of the
night or day. Surely such a provision
should be regarded aa liberal enough to
meet the reasonable requirements of any
circumstances likely ta occur. The by-
law decs not make it necessary for a hotel
keeper to turn away from Iub houso any
person alter 24 o'clock except these who
are there for the purpose of drinking
liquor, nml it may bc doubted if any one
will bc able to show that cither the material or moral interests of any community require bars to bo kept open after
midnight for that pnrposc. Compliance
with the provisions of the by-law may
result in diminishing the revenue of the
bar, but this means a proportionate reduction in the amount of drinking—
which may be taken to have been tho express object the council has in view.
Such incidents us that mentioned iu Mr,
Mcintosh's letter must be very rare indeed, and are scarcely worthy of being
considered when set against the material
and moral advantages involved in any
measure which tends to curtail the terrible evils of intemperance.    Yours, &c.
Sept. 1 il, 1880.      For the By-Law.
[From fl ist pane.]
Maple Ridge Council.
The ninth regular meeting of tho
Maple Ridge counoil was held on Saturday, Sopt. 7th. Present—Hoove
Blackstook an'! Councillors Isaacs,
Fer„aicn, Park.: son and St9venson.
Thu minutes of previous meeting were
read and approve!. Communications
i ceeived from Rev. C. Bryant, re
trussing; clork instructed to reply that
the counoil oould not put in crossings
to private dwellings. A number of
communication.* uml petitions respecting read work wero.read nnd ro*
coivod and duly disposed of; no appro-
prhtlona were made, --wing to limited
state of liniincos. Noble Oliver, of
Whiuinrok- wits.appointed pathniastor
!u p!aco f Win. Delo. Messrs. Flet-
h.v tii'd Lund woro allowed half their
taxes on vii road hading to thoir place
at \i'finuu-*bk Lake. Coun. Ferguson
reported having let repairs to the
uinnutitof fS'SSoi uvperLlllooet bridge.
■P, i Vi miu ter A Ferguson rei/.vtod
w r; nt w:. 1.ua ditch completed;
-p it no 'ptoil, nnd vouchers issued
i'Vyp yni. :it "f: ■■: :vme. The olerk
iv.i hr-truo'cd t uomiriunicnfco with
I, i it. ,,-il., ui New Westmiiiiiter-
iv -t ;l ii f. 1 lor. Moved by Coun.
. i^u ii-.tuc:- J*ic3 by Coun. Psrfiin
i-mi, that., i b..in ..fJ$Tl> ho tendered
Jiimos Dj«t;. i iicmpommtioii fur huid
t.-'eci: f ■' r- ad on j seo. lilw, see. £9,
township 12jom-ied. OaunFei-giwrn's
iiy-liv. lo wroal clause 4of road bylaw 1)3, passed its drat rending. Tho
following bills woro rderod paid: T.
F. .Sinclair, quarantine supplies', §3.20;
D. C. Quelle, printing, So; D. Bos-
oimvorth, bounty on bear, $2.50. The
council thon adjourned till next regular meeting.
When BcS-jy waa afci, m gave t^Cciloito,
When iho was a Child, slie criad for Caatoria,
When ahe uoc-uns Miss, sho clang to Uaalorii,
Whsa sho bad Children, tlio gars them Castoria
Mr. T. Ackerman, chief of the firo
department, called at thia olUce today
and said that an impression injurious
to the reputation of tho hose reel team
which went to Tacoma has got abroad
hi this cily. It ia being reported
around town that the nozulo taken by
tlio team had been tampered with iu
such a way that in screwing it on loss
turns would havo to be mado. Thia
ib not only quite untrue, but the fact of
tho mattor is that the nozzle thread was
grooved out deeper and an exlrn thread
put on. This is tho truth of the mat-
tar, and sofarfromanydiahoucstiiiotivu
beiug harbored bv our boys they really
injured themselves by their vory anxiety to have everything strictly square
nud above board. A good deal of
Wrangling is going on at Tacoma over
the results of tho tests, and in the
event of Vancouver beiug counted out
Westminstor will get third place.
 +_.--+-+	
['rom V.'rs*n".'-****-r lo Ottawa.
The Rov. A. M. McGuckin- O. M.
1., has received uu intimation that
necessitates his almoat immediate) do-
part uro for Ottawa to fill tho position
uf Rector of the Oatholio University
there. Much of Rov. Father McGuick-
in'a time iu this city haa beon given
to thu management of St. Louis Col-
,Ioge, and although tho reverend gen-
tlemuu has a deservedly high reputation as a pulpit orator, ho has shone
moro particularly iu educational work.
Those wliii have heard him preach cannot fail to havo noticed that ho ha* a
profound and intimate acquaintance
with ihe theology of hia church, and
that ho is a widely read and thoughtful ecclesiastic. His removal to Ottawa 19 proof sufficient that hia superiors are aware pf his brilliant talents,
for OU .v. a is to Catholic Canada what
Stcini-yhui'flt and Beaumont are to
thoso of tho samo croed in the United
Kingdom. To those who have como
Into intimate acquaintance with Father McGuiokin his removal from this
city will boa mattarof profound regret, and wo assure him that he will
be followed by the cordial good wishes
tif thoso of every creed in tho Royal
City.	
SMpitliin InlcM.'-fuiMie.
The steamer Michigan is expected
Mils evoning or early to-morrow morn-
fop.
The steamer Emma is at the C.P.K.
dock having ber pilot and deck-houses
renovated.
Tho Rainbow arrived this afternoon
with the usual amount of freight and
passengers,
The Gladys arrived^from up river
points with a cargo of farm produce,
hay in lialefl and a number of passengers.
Tho Rev. Mr. Orouoher's little steam
launch waa noticed careering down
stream this morning at her usual fine
ipeed.
Tho Irving left at 4 o'clock this
morning for Hope. Sho will return tomorrow with a band of cattlo, 130
head, from tho Hope ranches.
Tho Rithet left this mornim? at the
usual hour, having on board ICO head
of cattlo, 0 horses, 4 car loads of feed,
150 bales of hay aud a largo cargo of
general merchandise. Sho had a full
passenger list.
PERSONAL. *
M. M. English returned from Victorin to*day via Vancouver.
Provincial Peace Offloor Calbick
came over from Vancouvor today
Gnesti at the Colonial: E. A. Wad-
hsms, Thomas Ladner, Ladner's
Landing; D. Drysdalo, Canoe Pass; It.
Young, D. O. Webber, W. H. Redmond, Viotoria; D. Muir, Vanconver;
P. B. Cornwall, San Francisco; E.
Fisher Sohomo; K. F. McLean, H. S.
McGowan, Vanoouver.
ton Would lmve beon Canada's  to-day.
There was a great lack of correct knowledge about Canada in England,   Tho
principles of homo  rulo wore  right,
judiciously managed, and the Irish, in
hia opinion, will eventually get it.   In
answer to the statement  thut  in  the
event of au Imperial  parliament the
Australian members would  bu  either
on tho ocean or iu England  all   their
time, hn had lo say that there   would
bo far less business to transact  where
each part of the umpire conducted  its
own local affairs, with only a  general
voice in the great counoil,   it wasridi-
culous, ho thought, that $70,000 should
have been squandered in  merely  discussing thu Manchester ship canal bill.
Why not givo Scotland, Walea, Ireland
the management of their own afUirs
and a voico iu the general parliament?
that waa the way to settle all disputes.
Trado with Australia required working
up; there were millions in it, and  tho
bond between Canada nnd  Australia
should   be  strengthened.     Ho   had
never expressed tho idea of Australian
confederation before  au   Australian
audience without great applause, showing how eager that peoplo are for union.
Tho press will  be the great  uniter
of  tho  two countries;   through  its
means they  will  get  to know  ono
another bettor.   Tho reason why Canada enjoys complete immunity  from
foreign attacks, is tho protection afforded her by tho British navy; and if tho
navy ia a source of safety and comfort
to her why ahould she begrudge to pay
hor proportion to   maintain  it?   The
army may be dispensed with, but   tho
navy never, it will  ever  remain   the
pride and protector  of England  and
her culonies.   But let confederation
cumo and ho would like to see the nation that would dare to attack  sueh a
power.   From Canada could be callod
100,000 willing men,  from  Australia
tho aamo number, ready to go  to any
part of the empire.   Wo would  force
peaco upou tho world.   As for BritiBh
Columbia, no country in tho world today possesses hor facilities for applying
powor to machinery; her atroama  nro
admirably suited for this purpose, and
tho climate ia better adapted  for  tho
manufacture of cotton nnd woolen fabrics than auy ho had over aeon.   Bub
tvo eannot  produce  tho wool,   that
comes through tho United States from
Australia.   Why through tho United
Stales? Why  not  import  it  direct?
Australia has  00,000,000 sheep nud
10,000,000 head of cattle, and wo can
get all tho wool  wn  want from  hor
without troubling tho   United Statos,
aud our lumber ought to  bo  Bent to
Australia by Canadian  not Yankee
shippers, ns is now lho case,   In  conclusion ho said that  if  ho had beon
helpful in putting oven tho  humblest
pin in tho structure of Imperial  federation he would feel  himself  amply
rewarded. That grand old land of England would of course occupy tho lirst
place iu tho confederation, it waa  tho
grandest laud ou   earth.   He gavo a
number of instances showing that England's greatness springs from hor faith
in    God;    this    faith     is    shown
by   the    mottoes    that   adorn   all
tho    great    buildings     throughout
tlio  land.     In    tho   Liverpool exchange  ho had si-en those splendid
merchant princes quietly exchanging
millions of pounds on tho floor of tho
lull{ but in Now York ho had aeon a
howling mob of wull-dressed men yelling and shouting until the place was a
perfect pandemonium.   After a glowing  culoguim  on  England and hor
greatncsFi, tho speaker announced that
ho would deliver a led uro on temperance, entitled, "Two bottles of Wino."
Ho would not drink tho wino and thon
givo the lecturo to thom, but ho would
havo the two hoKles of wine there—at
tho rooms of the W.O.T.U.   If anybody didn't know whero that was ho
ought to bo ashamed of himself.   A
hearty round of applause greeted the
eloquent speaker  nt tho lininh of his
remarks.
It. C. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fund*
For tho purpose of raising a fund to
contribute towards thu patriotic and
worthy object of making tho next annual provincial fair, toi)*1. held in this
eity, n grand and unprecedented success,
Uio undurrfgncd ngreo to contribute tho
suing opposite their rocpootive names (to
bo paid into the nssooiation ov to trustees
competent to receivo llie samo, oa or bo-
f'/.e 0 month** from the dato of the lost
provincial exhibition, and to bo applied
to prcp.'.riiig exhibition ground;* and
buildings iu the city, for increasing the
amount offered in prises, and for furthering tho oxhibition in other ways):
h V Rcltsteln  10 CO
I'.-i.'itJr.i'l!  10H3
W U Loye  10 00
KG Strlel-lv.iiil _  2j 00
T Cunningham  ;:o 00
A B Wintemute  looo
Annie M .Inciuct  10 00
J W KcN-tmltTt  CO U0
R Dougliu- -  1C0 00
noiil A Carrie  2-100
W II Tiiib.iudonu  15 00
Ogle, Campbell A Co  'JO 00
WL'oCr.i-T.-OXS PAID.
The Ccr.UMiiTA*-*- <lt>0 00
W.T Aimstun-r  save
G 1) IJryr.inc.*;  1*0 CO
Stewart it Gusli  *!i oo
George Tinner  10 00
Young & '-ctliuuo  10 00
Terliunfl A Co  10 00
A DeslJrlsay  If, 00
P Blloaean..-  io oo
WCCoatlnm  '25 oo
TM Cunnlii-jlmni  25 CO
A E lln ml  25 00
Itov J Ii White  10 00
Gilley ilroi  20 00
Grunt A Maeliuc _... 10 00
llentlcrfi-.i, l'.-.o , Cliilllwli-ick  10 00
H 11 Wcbl)  25 00
A  J Hill -•  10 00
Cloud H-.-mi-t--'.  in Hi
Fit Glover  10 00
Walker* Blml,.e'i  10 00
Ac-kerni.ni Itm-.  20 00
K ft Heou.lar & CO  ai Oil
Jits Cnnnlu-j.lt  ni  50 00
Cant A  Grant  10 OU
J 8 Mncilonrll  10 00
IIT Read A Co  50 00
Sharps A Pal no, Lulu Island  10 00
It \V Armstrong.  10 00
Next!
TiAFI-rST CHURCH, A'jnefl Htrcel,
1} E?.l ot Mnry .street. Lord's Day
K*»v'c.''*n;-Hr in. nnd 7 p. in, l-iibl-iUii
K'lonlr.Hil'-j'o Cl.'ss at 2:!0 p. in.   All
i . ;■;;' v; s..-::iv:r,.s twdldlly welcomed,
—I CV  i"J: _I;t.I :V :.i, Kijlo:-.  	
\il Blrcet,  U-v. .1. u. *,*/hlio, p. ■.-■•.
' aiivcrrMvi-'j
i'.-V ! yevet. .T.'
:■. e; :•!! me cord!*
.-:::: '! ft Si") p. in.
nHuiicri ci*1  liTiaitWD, - iior.Y
*;  'j-CiNi'I'Y   ommCU.   IsVri.-ir,  '-i:e
J: .liop.   i*.  MAI'Y',' ClMJr.r.'IIf  P.ce;:u',
Tiio ven. Aroluleucon Wooih, ,<;<'it:;■*-■!
iii  Iki.1i cluirelii'H  eirry day.    All 80-US
tine, Both clitirelies open pll dny/orprN
V..1U
•I'.i.Vi'
Tjiu-isBTvniiiAN  cmirr.:!  c.t.
j ANIJIIKWriS -.jrnprC.'.rnrivon .'.nl
l/hckv-xotlSI--. Kev. Tm--.. Iicii'.'.le:', p;vi*
lor.   {-jri'Vii:■"•utJi '■.ni i'1'il 7l) in,j Utsi*
d; v- cii'.iol mul j:.!)■■"■■■•:.■ ■ at ?::ip,ni.:
PiMj-iv-ni.-'-liji-'-nn Thu '. v evaii.i:,'i ui
7,::o. Bents Acer, simnae;-* welcome..
KP.-ROYAI. LODGE NO. o. itoguldr
, Moutins overy Tuesday nialit mo
o'eloclr. Gddfe''*iwv Hurl. Vi»'r ,n*j i;.'.'Hi*
ion wi'li'uino.— f. E, Kxictrr, K. ofll, A ft.
Herring's Opera louse.
OWU NIGaT ONLY.
SATURDAY EV'G ,
SATURDAY EV'G <
SATUKDAY EV'G I
SATURDAY EV'G '"-'"-'J-Wl"
Engagement Kxtraoidiunry,
LEW JOHNSON'S
Black Baby Boy Minstrels,
Nothing like them. The greatest over
here. IT Genuine Colored Artists, including tho renowned BLACK
BABY BOY QUARTETTE- introducing Nogro Melodies and Genuine Plantation Specialties.
Now
Faces
Nesv
Music
Now
Songs
Nesv
Jokes
Nosv
Specialties
Unsurpassed in tho Minstrel Art. Wait,
watch; don't fail to seo tho Grand
Street Parade in brilliant uniforms,
headed by the World's Greatest Drum
Major, Low Hall. Admission, fide, "ni
nud ?l. Itcsei'vud seats now on sale at
Herring's Drugstore. dsc!8 4t
FOR HIRE.
STEAMER "CLAIU TOUT," wills BOoil
Soows. TormB sssoilomto.—Aisplv to
slsenwl a. W. (!II,I,I'Y.
General Meeting.
A GENERAL MEETING of tho Celebration Committees will bo held tomorrow (THURSDAY] evoning, in' tho
City Hall at 8 o'olook. Everybody Invited
to attend.
dsoHta
S.T. MACKINTOSH,
Secretary.
WANTED.
NAMES OP FAMILIES WHO CAN
give sleeping accommodation to
visitors during exhibition week. Hand
to undersigned namo, residenco, olmiges,
and number will accommodate, whether
married couples, or ladies or men only.
D.S. CURTIS,
dB0]8lc For Committee.
APPLICATIONS, WITH SUCH TICKTI-
monlals us may ho available, will bo
received from WALE TBAoilKns only, until Thursday evening, lilth September
Instant, for the position of First ABslslnnt
of the Boys' School. Salary, $05 per month.
Address, JOHN MoKENZIE,
.'■Jei-'y School Rourd.
Now Westminster,
5th September, 1830.      scldld
ff.J.ffALKER&CO.
BANK BU1LDIN09,
Mary Stieet, New Westminster, B.C.
[Tbs.kphoisss No. **.]
14 CURE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND,
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,  .
STOCK AND SHARE DROKERS,
Ij tm don aud LaiicvaJiIre Fire and
Brit lib Knplre Life Insurance
Oompaulci.
Nevr Weattuluilcr Dulldlug Boclely.
Aeoauutant-ii Olllcc, Uloceoe of N.W*
Oily Audltora, l**RO, l«K7 and 188R.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL l-ROPER-
TY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
aad other monetary transnotloua,
Have several sood investments ou tholr
book«, and all new coiners will do well to
calt before rtolni* business elsewhere,
dwildely
Canadian Pacifio Railway,
PAOIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MASTERS OF VES-
selsand other Craft navigating the
miser River aro cautioned to l;<-c>p within
tho Buoys painted lied and White, respectively, at tho Mission Bridge, ns during the construction of the Bridge, navigation between the banks of tho River
and thb Buoys is di-tigcrou**, owing to \Alo-.
being driven there.
H. ABBOTT,
Genera) Superiutcndcnl.
Vancouver, B. C, 7th Moy, 1S80. dmySle.
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JUST ■■■
Our first consignment of
LADIES: JACKETS!
r c. c. T.-E;.;,'!iii^iou. L;rc;MN0.8
J. mcci'ioverv ^[mnlcvevei-.ii'.'iij, 8o'-
cliick. Intiie'i'cnii ei.'.r.co lI;i,l,Cn!,imbia
,Sf. Visit ins nn nii.(T'-ni'''i-o.d....;y Invlt-
eil.-W.O.LoYM.U'-ci'C;'.
nAliHDOHI
Ij SOCIflTY
HT
ANDAI3WI
il'irmne.'nitsof
,n iiio h'-l'I lies*
:loelt piiu. All
) r|,r.. i.-JoilN
A O. F.-COUIIT LOUD DUFmHIN
/I. JsV. fi.'01, Tlio iv ;ivr nm-;,.r-. of
I of*'OVO(.'i/.ii! are iii'M rt I'lol'ir..- .t.'
IIi'M.on thofirstiui.lCiivd \Ve-i::r ■ 1- y iu
euoh monlli) ut Sii, nu—into. MoMucruY.
i-c nr„ p, p. ii,  	
WC. T. U.-TlEfHJLAIi Jilj'.'i'lNa
, every Wr-l-.-f" in- eften:coii nt 8
oV'r:,-:: f.!, llio W- C. 'i\ U. Hfit-.V ;< iI'u-n,
].'-).!',l . t-M, Tjfiyi'l j.c.'do!) in t ■« Mime
n'n'jcvo'.v I'V.'t-iv i>H'.':■]•*!-mi.--'■!••., Jas.
OUA*:-,:*-;n!rAM, Pre j'<!c:;;; Mrn.,7. A.Ciin*
:.p.'< ua ", Hecre.'ary.
)n vaiON Lo:u;r, Na, o, A. p.
£%# & A* PI.—Tho rcffulftr meet*
1lA\ luivi of t.i-n I.oJ^o no held In
V\ r-oMn':onIoTemii!oo'it!ifii.:-l
Y/r-.itif :!:iy in ench ino-ii'.i,:*!,":. Ji.'< !c:-k
n. in. l,-)Js;.:i:,:::')''l)-i'c!'ir.,u evo covdii'My
i-i\i':-:iV)i'. : ■;:-d---Y/*. C. C'oATtUV, Kor.
J10AT1D CF TltAOH. Boi'Vtl ItO'jm,
J C'-l-V.'ow.i Br.'cl: D'oelf, up .!i'in
I/jii't T nice; i cu 1!ic livst Weum- ley
dl   ersil   1110*1 Hi, nl 4 P. m.   Qli:*..r:*ly
n-erl'-'sou !'ii!r..':*;lcf Feb., M:'yM An*:.,
nd l.ov., i't 7:r;i p. m'. Now me ni "-s
mnv ne pro'.(iT'l r*-tl olc::icd ninny (>ii:ir-
ic.r ymeeliur.—-'). ItonsoH, Hee,
Also the largest assortment of
MANTLE-—*
ssaGLOTHS
XBsT     THB      -£• Xt O "tr I HT O Xt .
SPECIAL:  Plushes in all the new shades.
Ogle, CiijiM! k Freeman
THE LEADING DUY COODS HOUSE.
MASONIC BLOCK,
NEW WESTNINSTiSK.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
HAVE JUST KE(;EIVE» THEIR
-:- COMPLETE STOOK OF ->
J      IT     11   1 1   ll       J
FOR FALL AND WINTER.
A PARTICULARLY GOOD LINE in MEN'S
LIGHT FALL OVERCOATS.
AND SPECIAL THINGS IN BOYS' SUITS.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Tendors for Ctroat Wcrlc.
SEPARATE TENDERS WILL BE RE-
eolved nt tlio City Hall, New Weit-
inliiKlcr, un lo I o'clock p, in, on MONDAY, HMEMBER 28, for tlio
CLEAR1N3& GRADING OF PELHAM 8T.
In twoHootlons, nf follows! 8oc I-Dotis-
liis SI. to Clinton SI.: See, 2-Donjrlas Hi.
to the rlVOV, Tondors to marked, ■•Tonder
for I'ollinm St.," nml to lie nddros-ieii-.
"(Iliiilrnian Uoa.d of Works, City Hull,
New Wostmln.dor.'1
No tender ontorlnlnod iinloss accompanied by deposit equal to ft nor conl, nf
amount Of louder, whleh shall bo forfeited
If party tondorhitf rofuses or negleots lo
enter into a contract whon callod upon lo
doio. in llio event of Monde? not being
aeeoplod tho deposit will be returned.
Plans and Kiioullle'llniiH may bo seen In
tlinOll.yEli'-lneor'fl Offloe, City Hnll.
Tho lowest cr nny lender not necessarily accepted.     .   *   ..„„„„
.T. G. JAOUEB.
Chalrmnn of Buard of Works.
New Westminster,Sopt, 17,1689,  dsetflO
The Popular €lotIiln» House,
Colnmbla Street.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
-o_aj_j__a__t X2sr
Jas.Ellard^Co
Are Now Opening
 THEIR	
FIRST INSTALMENT
 OF	
FALL MILLINERY
=ALSO=
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
La"toxacLor herring's,
*L£ac*irexel, Salt Cod,
Jlxxxio-u_x'b TJ-ac. Hams,
-^rrno-ar's "CTnc. Sacoxi.
Flo-ax. Bxaij.. Slioxts,
JTHIOHEST I'HIOUS PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE.
sjoiawi-- Sooullar-Armstrong Blook, Columbia St.
A COJvlPLETE blJME OF
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Mantles, Cloaks and Jackets.
LONDON HOUSE,
COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwoel8to
£y a. C^JC^i.^clxslE^.iMj^
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-GlaSSCS in stool, rubber, silver arc .-'.l'l
frames.   Tho finest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; nil sights muted.
Special attention given to PINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having Uarm... tlm
businesa thoroughly from some of the finest Horologers in England, and sineo i lien
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a fow of tho best firms on the oonti
nent of America, is a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship. Formerly iinina-
(*«r for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savago A Lyman, Montreal,
illinrges Moderate, , .
Montreal, Dec,, 1887.—Mr. P. Crake,—Andw. Robertson, Esq,, Chun-man ot
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, saya: "I never found a Watchmaker who did so
well for mo as yon did when in Montreal, and I aineorryyou aro not liero to-day.''
dwap!2te
D. S. CURTIS it O
AGENTS   B.  LAURANCE'S  8PEOTAOLE8.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
W. £ G. Wolfenden,
Cor. Columbia and Mary Sts., 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 rare chanco Is now ofTorod to intending purchasers, an tho Block com-ista of
goods just suited for tlio present and coming season. All fresh and in prime ordor
and purchased In tlio bost foroign markets at rook bottom prices.
Sale to commence on Monday, tho Kith instant, and to continue until tho whole
of the stock lias been closed out. REMEMBER THE PLACE: Coiner of Columbia and Mary Btreets.
W. & G. WOLFENDEN.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go 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,
aud Ulsters.
A Large Assortment of MEN'S SUITS
from $7.00.
WALKER <&. SHADWELL,
dv-uiot- COLUMBIA STREET,

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