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VOLUME T
NBW  WESTMINSTER, a 0., SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 9, 1889.
HUMBBBI12
PB0FE83I0HM. MID BUSINESS CARDS.
_. M. H. WOODS,
BAMU8TEB-AT-LA.W. Omoo-MoKeu-
.1. Btreet. slauiln
T. O. ATKIN-O™,
U AWIISTER, SOLICITOR, *0. Offloes-
D Mnsonlo Building. New Wostsislssstssr,
ETC.  slwto
AltSISTRONCS _  KOK8TEIN,
ABRISTER8,  SOLICITORS,  ETO. -
 i Mssossio Bssllsllssg, Nosv wostsssln'
,tor, B. 0.     sls7iss. tss
B'
( UKISOIII™, M-IOLL A imSI,
BABRIBTERS, SOLICITORS, eto.  Om-
oes-Msssosslo Bssllsllssgss, Now WesL-
 -'" ** *        slssflo
_»   CBS—SSISSSSSSSSSJ _>SSISSS1SS|SU,  S
ralnstor, asssl Vancouver, 11. C,
A.O. Btt.DONK.JACK, M. A.,
"BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, NOTARY
X) Public, Ao. Olllco In the Hismley
Building, Columbia St., opposite tbo Colonial Hotel, dsvssugto
JOH-PH -. OAVNOH, B.A.,I,L.U,
OLD MEDALIST of tho Hnlversllj sst
Dublin.   BARRISTEll-AT LAW ol
£
. -B High Court of JUBttce, Ireland, Oillces,
Corner MoKonsle A Clark boh Bts., New
Westminster. dwfe2lto
It. EDEN  .VALKBIl, M. D.,
T B.C.P.AS.,EDINHUROH. OFFICE
Li. -Agnes Btreet, opposite City Hall.
OrriCB HOCBft-HI to lla. in.; 2lo_ and 7
to8;30p.m.  doegatc
A. J. HOLMES, D, D. S.,
SURGEON DENTIST. Graduate of tbo
Ohio College of ixmtnl Surgery. Is
now wltb Dr. C. E. C. llrown. All work
skillfully performed. Rooms B&O.Bauk
jf R. C, Columbia St, Hours-8 to 12 a.m.;
1:80 to fl p. m. dJly3to
a. W. UKA-JT.
i HOHITECT. Oflloe-Corner Mary and
\.   Clarkson Sts,, Westminster,   dwtc
CLOW ta MA-I_VRBf
k RCillTEOTS. omoe—Room E. over
V Bank of B.C., Columbln Street,Wost*
iTtwter. dto
Wlt-MAM B. KINO,
A UCHITEOT, SANITARY ENGINEER,
„ A *«* Removed to ArmatronR's Block,
I ( olumbia street, Westminster — Room
lNo.2  dto
W. Till II AUD E At.
V AND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS-
ii mnn, Hamley Btook, Now Westmin-
| ster, a. 0.  rtmylSto
A. F. COTTON,
; I DOMINION And PRO VINCI AI, LAND
J 17  SURVEYOR. Offlee: Room 0, Bank
|;qf_B, 0. hiiUdlng, Westminster, B. C.
A1.BKIIT J.  HILL
(M.CAN.SoC.CE.),
("    IIVILENGINEB'U.LANDSUHVEYOR
i  and   DRAUGHTSMAN.      Humley
| Block, New Weatmlnster-    _ dwuu23tc
0, l-ii li.SIIUl_.il,
I l> _AL ESTATE BROKER and County
I Ix Court Ao.nl. Commissioner, Notary
I Publle, Ac. Renta collseted. Offlee—Mo-
[ K. aula Street, Now Westminster, B.C.
T.J.TRAP
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Inolsidlssg Tools of all klnils of the best nsaksiai (rosS'i'llt & Hiui'1-Smvs,
Barlied Wire for Fossclng, and all the newusry Utensils for Fiirmiiis*!
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Block*, Rop-s _ Cllmtu sss ssll sizes; 1-itcfi,
Tar & Oaklliut Tarsal and Plain Paper (■■- KuililiUi',1 Paints & Oils
Inall colors! Liquid PailltS in all slssJesj Pluor Plllntsrssisslytosssoi (irllltl
Stones, Wall Paper in all slesiins; Brooms <_ Brushes for all mir-sosus:
IsUbrlcatlnpT OllK* Traps of all slesisrsptitsss*. asisl n aossoral assortment of
Am-lcultural Implements,
tr Special attention given to ordors by mail.
T. T. TXZJ^&2? sa CO.,
dwjlyStc Colombia Street, Nkw Westminuteb.
GRANT & MACLURE.
Boots, $ho@s, Slippers,
Rubbers.
ORDERS BY MAU, PROMPTLY FILLED.
dwtc
T. J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
Columbia Street, New Westminster,
i AH .('tninlHSlons will receive prompt
I and direful attention. Best references
[glv.Q when required. iahl8-to
J. E. FINLAYSON,
PIANO TUNER, from Broadwood &
Hons, london, England, nnd Stein-
j way*Son., NowYork. now rot-idlng ln
I Vnnei'sivi'-, will attend to ordure left at
ID. Lyal <- Co.'s store. Trips 1st week of
I each montli. dauSle
TUUNKll, BKKTON * CO.,
MERCHANTS.    Wharf   St,, Vlctoila,
.-routs for North British nod Mor-
I can tlio insurance Co. tor Mainland.  H.
[ C. Kbbtoh * Co., 38 Flnabnry circus, Lon-
d..u,E.a. dto
ojp iioisr JD03™".
< IPITAL, £I,«M.M_ ™lg.
,    Raws as low as any nther reliable Companies doing business in British Columbia, W. J. ARMSTRONG,
djlySto Agont for New West,
.AKER BROS, ft CO'Y
, lOOiiapelWalk, South Castlo yI., Liverpool, England.
8 Bank Buildings, Columbln Street, New
Westmin. ter.B. 0.
Shipping and Commissioii
™_™SS*-_™-**-S,
CEHEHU WHOUUlEMEaOUAHTS _ lllPOIT™!
Auy description ol Goosls Imported to
order ansl Custom and Ship Hrisk ng
Iraissacted. Latest Freight and Marlts't
Quotation-. dwnustc
R
RAND BROS.
T3&I. BSTATK rtUOKEHS,
Conveyancers. Collector!,
And Iniurau-_ Agents,
nittciwal
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
McKen-elo and Clarkson SU.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
LONDON England.
UUI LDING LOTS lor sale in all sections
ot Vanoouver and New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS or superior quality for
imte at Chilllwhack,  Port Hammond,
l_in«loy,Mat™OjUt, Sumas, Mud Bay,Lad-
imr's Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
and Pit. River.
Maps and Plans exhibited and the fullest Information furnished at all ouroffloes,
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
OAHTBK'8
Temple of Music I
Is tlso Place to Buy FiisUJUss
PIANOS -» ORGANS
At suoh Prices aud Terms as will Suit
Any Reasonable Bayer.
For prices and terms, apply to CARTER'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC,
Vancouver, B. C.
380 Hastings St. West. dnplOtc
W. R. AUSTIN'S
Hay & F6Bfl_MarM
FARM PRODUCE.
M-iootl, Fir-wood, Bark,
Be.,     Be.,    Be*
ILEAVE ORDERS  AND   SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN* WHARF.
droyWto
New Fall antl Winter tad
J. S. MANSON'S TAILORING ESTALISHMENT,
Columbia Street, New Westminster
Positively tho largest and beat assorted stock ever shown in this cily, consisting of Frenoh and English Worsteds, Scotch Suitings, Irish Sorgo, &o.
--"Perfect fib guaranteed or no sale.
GLOBE HOUSE.
We have now every Department replete with
NEW FALL GOODS,
Host extensive variety of MTEST STYLES AND PATTERNS
nt the VERY LOWEST PRICES.
33?"\Vc are now offering excellent value in Ladihs' Ui.sturs
and Jackets, also, Black and Colored Cashmeres.
dtc
iv_::_3s_ -*77-*m:. __3_a__=_™
C. E. WOODS, Laud Surveyor.
A. 0. GAMBLE, Notary l'llMis'.
Woods, Turner & Gamble.
LAND SURVEYORS,
MiL ESTATE, INSURANCE,
Financial Agonts and Conveyancers.
Land Surveying in aU its branches accurately and promptly carried out.   City ami
Suburban Lands forSalc.    Wo can show a oomplete list of desirable, localities. Fanning lands, improved and unimproved, throughout thedistriet
Money to Loan on First Mortgage at
Current Rate of Interest.
Agents for the following Insurance Companies;
Western of Toronto, iEtna, City of London,
Hartford and Travellers.
OFFICE—Opposite Post Office, Bank of B. C. Building, Columbia Street, New Westminster. Telephone Call No. 33.
P. 0. Drawer "W." dsciotc
MAJOR * PEARSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Financial and Insurance Agents.
Property for Sato in all parts of tho City and Suburbs. Wo nUo havo listed Bomo
of tho finest farming land in tlio Provinco, MONEY TO LOAN. HOUSKS TO
RENT. Agents for the Confederation Lifo Association of Toronto, the London
(luaranteo and Accident Co,, Limited. Ocncral Agents for British Columbia for
tho American Steam Boiler Insuranco Co. of New York, tlio lloyal and Atlas Fire
Assurance Companies of England, Union Kiro aud Marine Insuranco Co, of Sun
Francisco, Soutli British Firo and Marino Insurance Co, of New /.calami.
 0FFICE3	
NEW WESTMINSTElt-Columbla Street, Banfc of B, C. Block.
VANCOUVER—HastinKS Street, opposite tho Post Oflice.
dwselOto
RICHARDS 1 MACKINTOSH
Real Estate and Financial Agents,
Conveyancers, Notaries Public, Etc.
Agents for Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
LOANS   NEGOTIATED,
COLLECTIONS  MADE,  SURVEYS  TAKEN,  MAI'S AND PLANS PREPARED.
CflD 0Al E     Business, Residence and Suburban Property, Improved ami Unimproved
rUn UnLti   FarminB Lands, Timber and Mineral Claims.
 OFFIOBB	
Colonial Block, 51 Yates Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER. VICTORIA,
BOULANGISTS APPEAL.
A Mtieting of Boulangists Called to
Appeal Against tlie Election
of a Deputy.
A Now Bcdfori Whaler Fools tiic
Yankees and Captures $.0,000
AVortli of Seals.
Somo Hopes Still Entertained  for
the Safety of Dr. Peters
and Party.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Tills pon-tar never vitrlcH, A marvel of
ptiilty.i'lrcnj-thniifjwholecotin-ii-'':!-, More
.conomloat than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot Iju Bold ln compeiitlon wltli the
multitude of low tc„t, short Weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Rovai- Baking Powmca Co., 108 Wall St.,
Now York. Bfely
Nidht Bell,
Telephone 57.
CHEMISTS & DRUQGI8T8.
W:
-   New Westminster.
E HAVE ONE 01)' THK  BEST
iielectcd Stocks in tho City.   Our
Di'ii''-- nre perfectly puro  and can bo
thoroughly relied upon.
'Our Own" Beef. Brow •%: Wine
Kbcyond tbo_8hmlow of a doubt, the
best preparation of it3 kind in tho
world. (b.nKJtc
TO LET.
rnYVO FURNISHED ROOMS IN 1'IU*
JL vnto lioiist-. Klrsl-elflBB location,—
Ai.<ply nt thi™ offlee. doclOtc
Boys Wanted,
rnWO BOYS WANTED, from 12 to 10
L yearn old.—Apply In llio Foreman of
the Factor*,-, Ji, C. K M. Co. doclllto
House Wanted.
/•SONTAINIMO FIVE Oil SIX BOOMS*
\j oossvonlesstly locsstosl, at ossssss.   Asl
sircw, J. S-, ShlSS 0(11™. sllSO-l-™
IjTiVis OII.TIIP.EI* TEAMS OP STBONO
J.    WOKKI.NO H01IHES.
sso-lss    WUUUts, .IPK-.'Hu « _..,„„-.,'..
FOE      SALE.
A2-ST0REY HOUSE ANI) LOT, situ-
nte nn MclbiiunicHtret'l.neur Doug-
lac Tho biltldlng wuh put up Hiin yonr,
nml Ihimiivi-nloutln ovory voupoot. Price
gl.aiV  This Isn IhubhUi.
:\-le, MAJOR & PEARSON.
ISTOTZCD™!
I IIERKHY GIVE NOTICK TlIATiilxty
I niol dnys afi'-rdiita 1 lnten i to make
applloatlon to tlioCllti-f Commission-*, nf
I,nnil); mid Worloi fur p,.'i-iiii,*.!dnii |» pm*.
c-liuse Hit* _ jllowlni* tractor part-el of laud,
viz:
An Inland In New Westminster District
north of Lot-1111 1-McNiih's mncliel Inthe
Fraser Rlvor, contalnlug flvo \b\ ncres-
ni'iiu' ™v iesH,
HENRY E. HARLOCK.
Ijftdnbr'R Landing, ^rpt. 12, lasn,     d2in
ILffli LISlL
E'crfiniics, Briislics,  Sponges,
Coml™, Toilet Articles,
A woll-assortsssl stocls ot
Pure Drugs& Medicines
—AT—
t. a. men & co.'s
Prescription Drug Store
QUEEN'S HOTEL BI.OOK,
Nosv Wctlislss-tcr. Telephone SO.
s'liplle
'1
sa co.
INSURANCE
 AND	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect (tents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And tmnsuct all I-tnaiiiuns relating lo
Ileal tiatato,
— AGENTS FOR	
I.oml<in AssuraiicBCorporation.
Connecticut Flro lusurancn Co. of
Hartforrl.
London and Lancashire lire Assur-
anro Go.
Canton Insurance ONce, Ld. (Marino)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwieMyl
nOULAHGIUTS I'KOTEST.
Pakb, Nov. 9.-The faot that Boul||
angishm ia not dead is ovident hy an
announcement to-day in tho organs of
that faction. Tlio notico suites thore
will be u inn--* meeting of tho General a
cohorts ut-xt Tuesday, nnd that tho participants will inarch to tho Ohamber of
Deputies and mnko a prota&t against
tho attesting of M. Jonfrain asa representative uf Mont in iiriuo district.
Jonfrain, who was a Boulanger opponent in tho lute election, rocoivod only
6500 votes outof a total of 14,200, yet
ho was declared olected, The notice
goes on to stato after bringing this un-
plouanntly to tho memory of tho Deputies and tho Boulangists, we march
to the reaid .dco of President Carnot
and repeat the protest to him. It is
considered probably the government
will tako steps to prevent proposed
demonstration.
LUCKILif DWCOVMIE™.
Rome, Nov, 9.-Let Fanfula roports
that a plot, organized un n largo scale,
to aoif.0 the mails from India on their
passage through Italy, has been dis-
cifrered. Thu mails aro recoived at
Blindlai and dispatched thenco overland to England. Thoir contents nre
moro vnluablo than those oi any othor
mail sent through tlie continent.
POUI'TS PETEI'S DEATH.
Beulik, Nov. 9.—The TagUatt has
u Hpi-cial dispatch from Zanzibar which
discredit™ tho story that Dr. Poters
and party were masracred, and declares
until confirmatory news ia received
thero is no reason to give up hope,
STItlKE'AVEltTEn.
LoxnoN, Nov, 9—The threatened
strike of miners in Fife has beon averted, thu mine owners conceding I2£ \ or
diiit, ndviince in wages.
LOUD MAYOtt OF LONDON.
London, Nov. 0.—The new Lord
id ii yor, Sir Henry Aaron Iaancs, wna
if*_lnl!«d in office to-diy. The custom-
iiry prcceision, the Lord Mayor's ahow,
l'n It placo, embracing the usual features.    The weatho'r was cloudy
EARTHQUAKE.
Tome, Nov. 9.—There wbb an earth-
quake here ti>-day. Tho shock was too
slight to cause nny damage.
FOU TUllKKY.
New Youk, Nov. 9.—Hon. S-ilomon
Iliisdi, i-f Portland, Or., United States
minister to Turkey, with family, sailed
to-day   on Gunard  steamer Etruria.
LUCKY  -ftAlN.    ,i.
Rnsiio-*, WW Nov. 'A. Mhti Francis Train was released iron/*pr.-_, l i-
dnv, Judgo McKine ruling he did not
deem him suflioiently insane to ho sont
to nn asylum nor sufficiently sane to be
held for dobt.
,- a dense i-oa.
New Youk, Nov. 9.—Tlie city has
boon shrouded all morning in a denmi
fog almost unparalleled in iho h.ng
cbntmuHtica of its density. It iB uccc-s-
nary, even to thij hour, 11 a.m., to
liave gas lighted in many stores. The
elevated railroad traffic has been much
delayed, trains moving vory slowly.
In thu harbor there has beon much
difficulty in navigating ferry bunts,
and (he steamship Worm on its wny
out, hnd a uarrow escape from collision
with the Chamber's street ferry boat
whilo iu mid steam. The steamships
Ethiopia, Etruria, Lnthampagno und
Worm sailed for Europe thu morning,
but woro obliged to wait at quarantine
for the fog to lift.
A HAD MAN.
Chattanooga, Nov. 9.—Dr. Ker*
chersindu will bu hanged at Ducktown
next Tuesday, ns tho governor hns refused to interfere. Kcrchersinda was
a prominent physician. He eloped
with the wife ot James Ledford, and
becoming v-alous murdered her by
shooting hor through the head.
undi:r pal'is colors.
Sa.v FiuNci.-lo, Nov. 9,— It is un*
detfcto'od thut the whaling schooner
Juno Gray, which is reported to lmve
captured ouo ivl.de nnd left the north
for this port, will be seized by the
revenue marine service as soon as sho
arrives. The reason given for reported
intended seizure is that the Jnno Gray
instead of boing a whaler is in reality
nn illegal senior, and that instead of
having caught n whale and stowed tliu
bone nnd oil in hor hold, she hns a load
of sealskin™ valued at $10,000. The
Jnne Gray is owned iu Ntw Bedford.
It ia hIbo rumored that ahe will evade
lho seizure by shaping hor course for
Honolulu or Japan.
FAILED TO ESUAl'E.
HuNTSViLtE, Tex.n, Nov. 9.— Fifteen convicts mado an attempt to ua*
uapo from the penitentiary last night.
A ladder had been placed at the end of
tho wall of the institution and four mon
hud started up, having first can.ht one
guard nnd hold him beforo them as a
shield against the shots of the others.
Three of them reached tho top, but the
guard having escaped from their hands,
they woro fired upon as soon as they
jumped. One man was killed and two
others wounded. Tho fourth was shot
before hu reached tho top.
ORGANIZED MAIL llOBllElt™.
Ottawa, Nov. 9.—George Cattolier,
n mail clerk, end his son, have confessed to a theft of 91,000 from the
mails. Thoy are believed to be mem*
bois of an organized gang.
A (lORY WRETCH.
New Orleans, Nov, 8.-A butchery,
probably the work of an insane man,
uccured on Wednesday at Bayou Boouf,
La., in whioh two mon wero killed and
four desperately wounded. Quite a
number of people hnd gathered at a
hamlet to attend a "wake." Among
these was Leon Thibodeaux, who was
standing on the railroad platform. A
stranger approached Thibodeaux and
slapped him familiarly on the back.
Thibodeaux remonstrated with the
mnn, who for an answer drew a long
knife and plunged it into Thtbodoaux's
back and nook. His brother, Neil
Thibodeaux, ran to his assistance and
was also met by the stranger's knife,
which was thrust into his throat, partly
severing one of the arteries and causing
him to fall to the ground from loss of
blood. Meanwhile Leon Thibodeaux
had succeeded in drawing Iub revolver
nnd fired one shot at his assailant without hitting him. Melas Thibodeaux,
n cousin of tho wounded men, then ran
to their assistance, to be met in turn
with tho knife dripping with ths blood
of hia relatives. In an instant it had
beeu plunged iuto his back and side inflicting two ugly wounds, Frank
Pi-unison ran to the aid of the wounded
mon. The stranger plunged his knife
into Ponnison's heart, and the poor
fellow full ovor nud died tilmoBt without a groan. Tho struuger then sprang
upon sldshii'-i Morrison, a one-armed
employee of tho railroad. Morrison
mndo n gallant light and succeeded in
knocking down tho murderer several
times beforo he foil himself, with ten
cuts on his person. The murderer
then ran to the bayou and stepping into
a skiff pushed off into the stream, Mr.
Auchein pursued him, and after firing
soveral shots struck tho murderer, who
tumbled into the bayou and sank out
of sigh*-.
royalty welcomed.
Bombay,   Nov. 8—Prince Albert
Victor of Wales received n most enthusiastic wolcome on his arrival in this
city.
PERUVIAN RAILROADS.
Lima, Peru, Nov. 8.—The government hns authorized the contract for
the construction of a railroad from the
rioh wine growing districts of Moque-
bua to the port of Uloilo, with con-
nectiui- branches.
STANLEY OF PKESTON
Receives from the People of the
Royal City a Right Hearty
Welcome.
The Civic, Board of Trade and
Other Addresses Presented to
His Excellency.
Amidst Much Enthusiasm the First
Welcome to Lord and Lady Stanley is Concluded.
ANTIPODEAN SMALLPOX.
New York, Nov. 8.—South American advices recoived to-day say that
Hinnllpox lins carried off nearly one-
third of the population of the Falkland
Islands.
NOT 110 UN CONSPIRATORS.
Baltimore, Md., Nov. 8.—Seven of
the Nttvassa conspirators hnvo agreed
to confess to a plot to massacre tho
wliites nt Navossa and will testify
against the ringleaders.
QUARANTINED FOR SMALLPOX.
New York, Nov. 8. —The steamship
Rheinlnnd, from Antwerp, is held at
quarantine. Thero is a rumor that
smallpox is aboard.
STRONO-MINDED FEMALES.
Chicaqo, Ills., Nov. 8.—The sixteenth annual meeting of tho National
Woman's Temperance Union opened
iiB -.-s_ii*ii this morning. All the leaders in tho movement are present,
Frances Willard, presiding.
KINDLY ACCEPTED THE CHEQUE.
Baltimore, Md., Nov. 8.—Tho
Johns Hopkins University has nccepted a cheque for 8100,000 from Mrs.
C/trolino Donovan, of Pittsburg, to
establish u chair of English Legislature.
THE STATE OF TRADE.
New York, Nov. 8. Messrs Dunn
& Co.'s review of trade will say: The
businoss outlook continues to improve.
All the nows this week is favorable, for
to the public the event of the decision
adverse to tho sugar trust and the ex*
posure and re* organization in the cotton oil trust aro hopeful signs. The
monetary siiutuion lw* ■.-.._■?.■_■_■,,  .—
proved horo aud ubroad, aud while the
Bank of England rate is still held at 5
per cont,, money is quoted in the market nt 2J( per cent. That bank haa lott
$415,000 for tho week, but tho Bank of
France has gained $55,000, nnd the full
in the foreign oxohhngo to$4,85, or lower, aIiows that tho apprehensions of a
foreign demand for specie have vanished. The volume of business is still
enormous, and the bank clear mcs for
October exceeded thoae of last year by
5 per cout. Surplus foroigu capital
seeks investment hero, but in various in
dustrial worlts rather than in railroada
and the quick subscription in England
of §8,000,000 for the purchase of mills,
water-powers und elevators in Minnesota shows that there is no lack of funds
aviiilablu for enterprises considered to
bo safe.
THE DEVOURING ELEMENT.
Columbus, 0., Nov. 8.-The Pic
neer Bnggy Co.'s factory is burning
and cannot bu saved. In tho building
also aro tho Columbus Steel Bangs Co.
and Burch & Collins, brass finishers.
The total luss ia probably $75,000.
A MORMON  MtUTE.
Washington, D. 0., Nov. 8.—The
president has declined to grant tho application for tho pnrdrm of E. L. Put-
terwm, of Utah, who was convicted of
bigamy aud sentenced to two yoars in
thu penitentiary at Salt Lnko City.
His th-ist wife bus worked hnrd for his
pardon, but owing to his brutal treatment of her and his evident unrepentant domoaKoi Attorney General Miller recommended that the pardon bo
uut granted. Tho president therefore
refused it.
TEXAS REDIVIOUS.
San Franoisoo, Nov. 8.—A special
despatch from Laredo, Texas, saya
that a meruhant nutned Mutouus was
killed hy two customs officers on the
road betwoon Mier and Saimrgo. Tet,,
Inst Sunday, becauso he refused to stop
nnd be Ecnrchcd. At Mier tho officers
wero lynched. The soldiers aud gendarmes arrived too late to save their
lives, and in tho general battlo which
resulted 10 or 15 poopio were killed
nr wounded, Tho town is reported to
be in nu uproar.
OTTAWA NOTES,
Oftawa, Nov. 8s—Hon. Mr. Morton, Q. 0., judgo of probate, and high
sheriff, Freesoe, met in the former's
office in Hampton, N. B., and fought
to n finish. The mill grew out of a
cnre in whicli a woman figured prominently.
The narrow escape of Lord Stanley
on the Amphion has created great excitement in the east.
Methodist clergymen are shocked at
tho bold utterances of one of the brethren, Rev. Wi W. CarBon, who at King,
ston declared that he reverenced the
altars of tho Catholic church and believed in the apostolic succession,
Georgo Catnllicr, n mail clerk on tho
route betwnen here nnd Port Arthur,
has beon arrested by the Dominion
polico on a charge of having on his
person decoy letters. Considerable
pilfering hns been going on ou this
routo recently. Catnllicr is a son of
Mr. Catullier, the registrar-goneral,
and who is an applicant for a position
under the secretary of state.
The collectors of customs hnve beon
notified that tho recent order requiring
that the crews of foreign vessels signing articles in Canadian porta must be
engaged before the shipping master of
the port, is not to be applied to United
States veueli.
After a whole week of as lino weather
as ever tho sun shone on,  Saturday
and Lord Stanley arrivod bringing a
damp and disagreeable climatic chnnge
with  them.    The  many disappointments of the lost few days had  made
the people doubtful of the Governor-
General's arrival, even after the hour
was at last officially announced-   and
when the train finally rolled in there
was not nearly the immense throng
expected.   Uut the shriek of the locomotive whistle wu heard throughout
the city, and in less than  a minute a
sufficient crowd had found  its way to
the landing place to give His Excellency and Lady Stanley a right royal
welcome.      Unfortunately the   wet
weather prevented the attendance of
ladies in large numbers, and thus much
of the attractiveness of the occasion was
lost.   Had the weather been fine and
the reception taken place as at first arranged, Lord Stanley would have received a welcome in the Royal City
that would have eclipsed any given
him in the province. Every preparation
had been made for the notable event,
and before the hour fixed for His Excellency's arrival had been reached tho
last of the arrangementss had been successfully completed,   Columbia, Front
and many otherstreets were handsomely
dec..rated   with evergreens,  bunting
and flags, and the entrance to Herring's Opera House, by way of Provost
street was through an avenue of young
fir trees planted   for tho occasion.
Mathers & Milligau's wharf, where His
Excellency  wus received,  had been
specially decorated, and mado as ornamental looking as good taste and  the
material at hand would permit   Near
the centre of the shed a dais was raised
for the  vico-regal  visitors, and this
ul io was handsomely decorated.
It waB just 10 o'clock when tho trnin
camo to a standstill. Lord Stanley
and jii-ife immediately descended from
the oars nnd were heartily welcomed
by Mayor and Mrs. Townsend. Among
those present to nolo, me the vice regal
party were Bishop Sillitoe, Mr. Justice
McCreight, his honor Judge Bole,
John Kirkland, Reeve of Delta, James
Punch, Reeve of Surrey, Mr. aud
Mrs. Sheriff Armstrong, Aid. Curtis,
Aid. Calbick, Aid. Cunningham, Aid.
Reid, Aid. Ewen, Johu Hendry, President of the Board of Trade, Mr. D,
Robson, Secretary Board of Trade, Rev.
0. Croucher, Rev. J. H. White, Mr,
Warden McBride, Rev. H. Irwin, Mr,
and Mrs. Edmonds, Mra. Hill, and
many others. After the party had ascended the platform and the usual in*
fJwiiseno." steppe™* lo" m"ftorXIffiiT
read the following address:
To His Excellency the Might Honorable
Sir Frederick Arthur Slaideyqf Preston,
in the. County of Lancaster, in the Peerage of the united Kingdom, Knight
Grand Cross of the Most Honorable
Order of the Bath, Oovcrnor-Qeneral of
Canada and Vice-Admiral of the same:
May it Please Your Excellency:
On behalf of the citizens of New
Westminster, the mayor and aldermen
have great pleasure in extending to
your excellency a most cordial welcome
A representative of her most gracious majesty we desire to express lo
you our unchanging loyalty and devo.
tion to the queen und the British
throne; and we desire also to assure
you of the gratification experienced by
nil citizens at the opportunity of doing
honor to ao distinguished a nobleman
as your excellency.
We need scarcely remind your excellency that the vast territory over
which your jurisdiction exteuds is remarkably rich in resources developed
and undeveloped, and abundantly capable of maintaining a population very
much greater than that of the United
Kingdom. It embraces within its
boundaries half a contiuent, and is destined to become the home for many
millions.
In no part of this new Dominion hai
nature more lavishly bestowed her
priceless gifts than in the province of
British Columbia. With a olimate unsurpassed on the continent, with rioh
treasures in the mountains the valleys,
the rivers and seas, and with avenues
of commerce by land and water, bring
ing us into touch wilh the whole civilized world, tho people of British Columbia look forward with pride and
confidence to a future full of promise.
Permit ua to express the hopo that
your excellencies may carry away with
you the most gratifying recollection!
of your visit to tho Pacifio province,
and especially to the oity of New West*
minster, and that your too brief stay
among us may be sufficient to inspire
you with something of the ume confidence that fills the heart and stimulates
the onergies of overy British Columbian.
Hay your excellencies enjoy a safe
and pleasant journey, and may you
long be spared to aid in the counsels of
the great nation to whieh we are
always pleased to belong.
We have the honor to bo your excellency's obedient servants,
W. B. Towhmkd,
Mayor.
D. Robson,
City Clerk.
Tho following addresses were then
presented to His Excellency:
To His Excellency the Right Honorable
Sir Frederick Arthur Stanley, Baron
Stanley, in the County (f Lancaster, jn
(Ac Peerage of the United Kingdom,
Knight Grand Cross qf the Most Honorable Order of the Bath, Governor-
General ef Canada and Vkc-Admirdl
of the same.
May it Please Your Excellency:    -
The members of the board of trade
of the city of New Westminster desire
to express to you the pleasure and satisfaction with whieh they greet you on
tho banks of the Fraser River- and
within the limits of the Royal City.
Your visit to this land and to thii
oity is welcome because you come to
ua u the accredited representative of
Her Most Gracious Majesty the Quean,
whom all the world delights to honor;
and because of the distinguished position you have filled so long and so
well in the counsels of the nation.
The practical experience which your
excellency hu gathered in the active
school of British statesmanship, added
to tho practical good senu with which
nature has endowed you, are to ua a
sufficient ground for the hope that
your visit will not be unfruitful of
practical results in the development of
this the fairest province of Her Majesty's vast dominions,
During your brief stay with us your
excellency could not fail to observe
that there are in this country abundant
materials for the erection of a rich and
populous community, and that the city
to which you are now welcomed is peculiarly favored in its situation and
surroundings.
New Westminster stands in the centre of the finest agricultural distriot in
British Columbia. One of our own
oitizens had the honor to carry off the
highest awards for fruit at the Toronto
industrial exposition, recently held,
where tbe whole Dominion of Canada
met in competition; and in tbe other
products of the soil this dutrigt|£fc)e-
ond to none. We aro also too centre
of the groat sslmun canning industry,
and ono of the most important lumber*
ing centres of the province.
The situation of this city for trade
and commerce, as your excellency
must know, is most fortunate. It is
tho freBh water terminus of Canada's great national railway, that wonderful monument of the faith and energy of the Canadian people; it is the
western terminus of tho New Westminster Southern Railway, now under
construction, and, therefore, th * point
of umun between the Cana-.i--.ii and
American systems of railwa*. communication; New Westminster i* also the
oity of the Frasor, the great vm :erway
of the province.
Your excellency will be glad tu ki ■■ .w
that the commerce of this splendid
river is increasing with a mpidity
which promises speedily to make it
one of the most important commercial
avenues in the Dominion.
Hitherto the shipping inter, st-- of
this river have been seriously >-mbar-
raased because of the difficulty of obtaining a reasonable grant for tiie improvement of the channel at its uiouih.
This obstacle is being gradually overcome, and with a reasonable addition
to the sum already expended tin Fraser could be made the best freshwater
harbor on the Pacific coaat, <*aj ible of
admitting without risk the largest ships
afloat. The great importance of carrying on this work with energy will be
apparent to your excellency.
The board hopes that you and Lady
Stanley have enjoyed your visit to this
province, and that you will carry aot iss
the continent the moat pleaaai-r recollections, and if the tide of evicts
should ever bring you again to -ur
shores it will bo most gratifying to us
to bring to your excellency's notice the
rapid advancement which wo nro sure
your present visit-will tend to pro*
mote,   i
Signed on behalf of the B-mrd of
Trade. Join. Hendky,
President.
David Robson,
SeorptMv.
To His Excellency Sir Frederick Arthur
Stanley, Baron Stanley of Preston, in
the Peerage of the United Kingdom,
Knight of the Grand Cross if the Most
Noble Order qf the Bath, Governor-General of Canada and Vice-Admiral of
the same:
May it Please Your Excellency:
We, the Reeve and Counoil of the
Municipality of Delta, in the District
of New Westminster and Province oi
British Columbia, in behalf of the residents of our municipality beg respectfully to tender to your Excellency and
Lady Stanley a most hearty v- el come
to our district, and to express our devotion and loyalty to our beloved sovereign lady Queen Victoria.
We hope that Your Excellency and
Lady Stanley may be pleased to visit
our municipality and examine t-ie agricultural capabilities and resourci-s of
the Delta of the Fraser, and at the
samo time inspect some of our numer-
our salmon canneries whieh are, as
your excellency is aware, one of the
chief industries of the province.
Wo trust thut the visit of Your Excellency and Lady Stanley to the various points of interest in our fair province hu been one that will be remembered by you with unmingled pleasure,
aud we hope you may again be permitted to visit us during your term of office.
We hope the homeward journey ot
Your Excellencies to tho capital may
be accomplished in safety, and that
you may carry with you the happiest
recollections of your visit to the Canadian Pacific Province.
John Kirkland,
Reeve.
To His Excellency the Right Honorable
Baron Stanley, C,G.M„ Governor-General cf Canaan:
May it Please Youk Excellency:
We, the undersigned, representing
the council and citizens of the corporation of the district of Surrey, ombrace
this opportunity of extending to your
excellency and Lady Stanley a cordial
and hearty welcome tu this portion of
Britiih Columbia and to assure yout
excellency that we esteem it a great
pleasure to meet with you on thii occasion, and knowing the great intereat
you have alwayi manifested in the progreu and development of all portion!
of this vast Dominion, we are persuaded that after having seen something of
the illimitable resources of thii weitern portion thereof, your excellency
will return eut molt favorably impreued with the bountiful proviiion
with which nature hai endowed thli
province.
Our only regret at thia time ia our
inability to make your oxcellenoy personally acquainted with the beauties
andadvantaguof our district of Surrey, together with ita immense wealth
of agricultural-, dairy, fishing, lam-
boring, and other natural, but u yet
undeveloped rotources.
And while we have every confidence
in the future of this our adopted couu-
try, our thought! often revert to the
dear old land across the ua, the home
of our youth and to her most gracious
majesty, Queen Viotoria, under whou
benign rule we enjoy the blessings of
peace and prosperity, whom God prosorvo.
We trust your excellency and Lady
Stanley have enjoyed yonr viiit while
in British Columbia.
On behalf of tho council and citizens
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After many provoking but unavoidable delay!., tliu governor-genera] and Lndy Stanley and party
have arrived in the royal city, more
than two days after tho timo originally appointed. Tho (.'Iny was un
fortunate, na nil on forced delays
usually are. Everyone felt that the
reception, wliich hud boon arranged
with a good deal of patriotic ardor
and enthusiasm, would bo n comparative failure, after the first delay, nnd this feeling grow to ii certainty as ono day wuu followed by
another without any definito news
being forthcoming as to when our
vice-regal guests would arrive. Then
the clerk of the weather, who had
givon us tho queen's own brand for
the last week or so, took a mean advantage of us when we had been
downed by the other untowurd
circumstances beyond our control, and added his dampening influences to the unfortunately postponed reception, which was
bra uly carried through, und
with some success, spito of everything, at Mathers & Milligan's wharf,
this morning. The threatening
weather, coupled with the oft deferred expectations and tlio uncer-
tair tins of the lust few days, made
the crowd at tho wharf to welcome
Lord Stanley and his estimable lady
much smaller than it would have
been under more favorable circumstances. Their Excellences, being
eminently sensible people, would understand tlie disadvantages under
whi 'It tho reception as it was wus
carried out. The best of good feol-
ing certainly prevaded all parties,
and the Governor-General and Lady
Stanley, by thoir sincere, unaffected
speech and courteous nud amiable
niur.ni-rs- made tho most favorable
impression and won golden opinions
front nil who came in contact with
then during tho .short public reception on tho wharf. Considering tho weather und tho brief
time it their disposal, tlio viceregal visitors havo been shown
today us much us possible of
tho city and its environs, by
land and water, and woro percept,
bly impressed us well as delighted
with what tbey saw,   This evening,
beginning at six o'clock, tho Qpver-
iii/*sju,i?„, nun  --nil/ oitiiiieywill
hold sn informal reception or levee
at tlio opera house, at wliich it is
hoped a large number of our citizens will embrace the opportunity
of b. ing presented to and having a
plea ant word with our illustrious
guests and the representatives of
royaty. It is expressly stated, by
the Governor-General's wish, that no
one ia expected to appear in evening
dress, so that none will be prevented fiom attending for lack of timo
to make preparation. If the citizens will do their part, tho reception
this evening may be made the most
successful part nf the entire welcome
t> their Excellencies. Though the
royal city has been seriously handicapped in its vice-regal reception
throughout, wo feel suro that, in
loynHty, spoiltaneousness and cordiality, Bhe will not be behind her
most ambitious and demonstrative
Bister cities,
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DAILY Bggggg QQLUMBUfr MEW Wia3aaM83_EB, & 0., tfGVEMBEB fl, 1880.
Whiu* we have been during tho
past few days, deploring the presence of fog in tho gulf, it is interesting to note that the English press
has been discussing the best method
of dealing with tho fogs wliich
velop London during the autumn
nnd winter months. A London fog
once experienced can never bo for
gotton. Whatever inconvenience
we may liavo suffered from this
cause, at least we are supplied with
nature's own unadulterated article,
but the "pen souper" so familiar to
London is a wonderful compound of
mist, soot and stilling thickness, a
yellow, heavy, oppressive and damp
cold veil which clogs tbo lungs,
shuts out tbe light, affects the eyes
till they run with wnter, renders
locomotion frequently impossible,
and which necessitates the use of
flaming1 torches by pedestrians even
at noon day. In a city where vehicular traffic is difficult and tardy
even iu the brightest weather, it
may be readily surmised that tliis
sooty, choking mass proves a veritable source of danger to life and
limb. The question of dealing with
the fog question has been discussed
time and again and various efforts
have been made to lessen the evil,
but surely as ever the year advances
towards it. close so surely tho foj;
fiend puts in un appearance. Loudon is a city that is delightfully old
fashioned, with narrow crooked
streets running in every direction
without tho semblance of plan or
design. It has grown up through
many centuries and every ngo has
added its own peculiar ideas to the
whole, So it is that to-day London
is ono of the most bewildering accumulations of alleys, courts, narrow
streets and fine broad roads. In
these narrow, crooked ways the fog
fiend finds a snug home, nnd tlieneo
he emerges day by day, adding the
grime, smoko and fifth of factories,
and tho vapors from the river, to
his already dark presence. When-
over tho fiend goes thero ho leaves
his mark. The increaso of pulmonary diseases, of affections of the
eyes, as well as the soiling of clothes
and the practical stoppage of locomotion, the danger to lifo and limb,
and the loss of trade are but a few
results of his onward progress, and
the man who could guarantee a safe
and certain preventive of this ovil
would bo certain, too, of almost uny
reward he chose to demand of the
county council.
Tub accident to H.M.S. Am-
phioi,, a few days ago, coupled with
the fact that tho governor-general
and party suffered a detention of
forty eight hour., in Victoria, because thb foggy condition of tho at
mosphere thereabouts rendered it
unsafe for n warship to attempt the
trip io Vancouver, seems to point
to the necessity of establishing at
least a branch naval station in a
mainland port. Jt would bo disastrous to imperial as well ns local interest if a hostile ship were left to
work its -will at the mainland port..
or Nnnaimo, while II. M. ships wero
fog-b nmd ut Victoria or Esquimalt.
Foggy weather, for a longer or shorter period, may be counted on (luring
tho autumn months of evory year,
and tiio nnrrrtw sens about Victoria
Beeni peculiarly subject to obstruction from this cause. During tho
past week, for instance, while wu
havo In.d some fog at night and during the on ily morning hours, the
days hh'vn been gloriously bright and
clear and this is (Im rule here, while
in the neighborhood of Buhiper
Puss, and from that pluce to Victoria, tho misty vapor soems to
oling to the surface of the sea during the whole twenty-four hours
Nowitis evident that tho large interests nt 8 tnke at Westminster, Vancouver and Nanaimo should not bo at
the mercy of a fogbankj and it seems
to us thut tho matter should ho
brought to the attention of the
authorities, with a view to having
one of the ships of the station
always at New Westminster or
Vancouver. This would at oneo
afford the necessary, protection, nnd,
as tne different ships "relieved
guard" from timo to time, give tho
officers nn opportunity—whioh thoy
lack at present—of becoming
thop-tighly acquainted with the local waters.
Children toy for Pitcher'j Castoria
The New York Commercial Advertiser .says that Columbus was
much shocked ut the decollete
dresses worn by. Amoriciiu laues on
the day he arrived in this country.
What would tho poor man say it' lie
could gaze into an American ball
room in this year of our Lord 1389 1
~Nas.
Iti January next Louis Kossuth
will become a man without a country, snys an exchange. He will on
the 'Jl-li of that month complete the
period of absence from Hungary
which will terminate and forfeit bis
citizenship   of that   country.    His
two sons havo become  Italian nit.™
™hii_j mm tut; venom Ore patriot bus
been strongly urged to do likewise,
but he probably will not do so.*
It is reported from Japan thut
Viscount I_tmomoto, the new minis,
ter of education, is giving special attention to tho introduction of technical education into the primary
schools of tho empire, and that ho
has turned to Italy as o model.
His scheme is to inolude fce.-hnicnl
education in the curriculum and of
the preparatory schools, and to givo
children technical training from the
outset.
Indented writing upon iron has
just been successfully done by John
Farrar, an eastern iron foundry in an,
by the following process! The impression on tho iron is imiUo by writing backwards on thin paper,-pinning
the paper in a mould, and then pouring in tho iron. The writing thus
transferred to tho plates, when, the
iron is cooled, is wonderfully clear
and distinct, and is so deeply imprinted as to defy any attempt at
erasure,
A report comes from Sydney that
a butcher named George Winch has
como into a considerable amount of
property in a remarkable manner.
It appears he recently took tho liberty of kissing one of his customers
—h good looking girl—who resented
the affront, nnd had Winch prosecuted for assault. Ho was fined
heavily by the local magistrates, and
the enso attracted much attention
from the press. The publicity given
to tlio proceedings happened to arrest tho notice of a firm of solicitors
in Sydney who had been appointed
trustees of certain property which
hnd been loft to Winch by a distant
relativ. somo nineteen years ago and
the solicitors wero unablo to find any
trace of the heir. Winch was communicated with by the firm and lie
now furnished tho history of his antecedents, and established his idontity
bay ond a doubt.
Hunduy is not observed in Jlritish
Columbia with tho caro characteristic of other parts of the Dominion,
in the cities liquor is sold as if thero
wero no Sunday-closing clause iu tho
license act; and tho daily papers
aro published on Sunday morning as
on ordinary mornings, A promin*
ont announcement in a Vancouver
paper reads thus : "Published overy
morning, Monday excepted." So
that the public, yearning for news
which, it is claimed, necessiates publication on Sunday, is left unsatisfied
on tho following day, Monday, The
barbers have until very recently
opened thoir shops for customers on
Sundays. Hut they now have an
nsssociation, ono of the rules of
which is that no barber shall work
on the sacred day, Tho clergy nro
making an earnest effort to secure
the observance of "a Toronto Sunday" throughout tho province; but
the American idea is as yet so strong
that tho movement is not a success,
—Mail.
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Holden at Chilliwack.
1VI1S  NEXT Sl'lTlNO  of llio sslio-o
Cosirt SS'lll bo hold oil TIIKSISAY llio
1011, slssv of SSissveuslsssr, A. Is. Is™.
dsTOo23til W. II, PAUSING-
150,000
JOB BRICK!
For Sale Cheap.
Gootl for Chimneys unit Job Work ot nny
kind.
J.W.WINGER
MILLAHD'f* WHARF.
Draying uml (.ntnlug done on short notice, ilno-l-tc
WM.H.VIANEN,
WHOLES.*
Um
WHOLESALE
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit.
Col.
SST Richest Price paisl for Furs assd
Deer Hisses,
Correspondence invited.  ss_.'Pelep„
Call No. 0. il. a
FALL ASSIZES
Sheriffs Notice.
NOTICE lft HEREBY GIVEN" THAT
nil Coronas, Kccp'-rs of Gaols und
Houses of Correction in my Itnlllwidlc who
may huvo business llic-rc-i!, nro rccjucsird
tonttondlho fiUUiiRsnf lho Court of Aa-
Blzoiobo linld.ii ul. llm Court Houso in
the City of Now Westminster, on
Wednesday* the 13th Day of
November next*
At 11.30 o'clock a, in.; tliat llie roll of
Grand and Petit Jurors who hnve heen
summoned for ihe Asslz. will be called
over nt 11.31) o'clock it. in. on Hin Unto
Jurors falling* to answer will  -	
lose their day's pay and fiiiljecl  them*
selves Ion Hue.
W, J. AMI .THON'".
flliurM.
New Westmin. lor, Nov. ,.< li, 18S'>.
tiwQoti. 1
[L.S.]       HUGH NFL -ON.
VICTORIA, by tlio Grace of God, of llie
United Kingdom of Groal Hrllalu and
Irelnnd, Qttjsen, Defender of do Faith,
Ac., Ao., Ae,
Ih the Jit-turning Offloer of the Electoral
District qf Xew Westminster City:
WJ IJ-EREAS A VACANCY HAS HAP-
I'i'iieil inthoLogl IntivoAssembly
liy thi* res', nation of William Norman
Hull', I-: ■■-:'iri', ..I'mbfii* f>n' tliu KI out oral
l'l .|i-_lo'.*.i'w WostnilnMcrOH.v.'.vncom-
m.iiirlviHi 1 hut notice of the lime and
plat* ■oi' clce1 lon betnj* duly el ven, yon do
<*mi..(" elect!**!! io bo mucin accord I hr to
law, nf one Mom lie. In servo III the IjOglB-
iallvo A.somtilyof (hs-l-ifjvimieof Rritlsh
.v-liiiiii..-', tor the Kii'i'io-al District nf
Ni'V,-Wcslmliisier City, nnd Hint ynti do
euisr ihe immlmiMoii of cnndhtiites at
such election to ho hold Hn the dny
of , mid do cause the namo of Buofi
Mi'inlier when ko elected, whether he bo
prescnl or nb-u'nl, to he cevllfloil to Our
Supioino Court, nt tho city of Victoria.on
in- hefnro the Second dny of Do-ember
next, Mieoloellon so mndo, distinctly and
npfn\'«iiVV>lnrtOiv; '•'-, ■ -—'
Tn TrsTi.io.vvWheiieo. , We hnve caused lhe.se Onr I-el ior.. lo he mndo Patent, under lho (in .it Heal of Onr snld
provinco of British Columbia: Witness, the Honourable Hugh Nelson, nt Our Government House, at
Victoria, Uio Twenty-ninth dny of
October, tn tlio yonr 'if Our Lord ono
'hoiisand eli-lit hundred and eighty
JAMES   CUNMNGHAM,
The Pioneer Hardware Man
Is still oss Columbia Street, ss-itls tlso Largest nsssl Dost Stook of HARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
PAINTS nsssl OILS iss the Provinco.
HT He is ssosv bundling n lino lino of COOKING nnd HEATING STOVES.
Tlso snlcs ssrc Increasing daily.   Wnnt of room for tlso Inrgo stook, which is being
constnsstly addosl to, is folt to bo at this senson vory incossveuient, but ns soon as
his nosv Brick is completed to I'rosst Streot n stock svill bo kept on hand commen-
surnte with the rapid incrense of tho population of tlso oity.
Iu the Plumbing lino, tisssmithsng svork is douo on the promises, ns usunl, by
good workmen; sso snide boys trusted with suoh important ss-ork. docl7to
Hold Your Orders
 _™sr_s	
Save  Money!
Ah wo liavo n Car-load of the Celebrated
Adams & Son's Lumber Wagons,
Which svill be horo in about 10 Dnys.
Wo will nlso receivo a numbor of Delivery Wagons by tho snnso oar.
Mainland Carriage Works.
tlooiiu ■_■___,__• „ 3B_i-_rBO_r.
ZRD.   B.  HALxU
Bookseller, Stationer and Importer!
(WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL),
Columbia St., New Westminster.
English, Foreign and United States Periodical, and News-
papers constantly on hand.   Books imported to order.
OPENINi
CALL ANO SEE 00.. NEW STOfiK OF 600DS.
RS. M. B. WILLIAMS & MRS. J. RASURE OPEN THEIR NEW
Millinery Stock to-dny (Oct.  1st), in tlso WINTEMUTE ULOCK, on
Columbia Street, third door cast of Church Street.
Wo aro also prepare, to slo FasllioilnblC _ I-CSiininlcinjr, m svo have a
a first-class Fitter and Draper frosss the oast.   Perfect tit guaranteed.        doclto
V
esl
Corner Columbia and  Blackie Streets,
OPP. C. P. 11. STATION,
General Groceries I Provision Merchant
S3 _3 x, aa «_ l* £3 33
Teas, Coffees, Spices, Butter, Eggs, Cheese,
Dried Mflftts. Onnned Goods. Fruits
and Confectionery.
(llilildlc
VOLUME VII._NO. 118
Plants for Sale!
 AT THE	
Douglas Street Nursery.
rvitlJERfl TAKEN FOR FRUIT AND
U ORNAMENTAL TREES, Including
all tho leiulhiE vorletlea of
Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries,
—also—.
SUAIX FBI-IT™ of every do .criplion.
j Riuiqnrt™. .Vrcatlm und Cronses made
to order.
ddwapDri p. LATHAM-
Dculors In ull kinds of
Groceries
—AND	
GENERAL PROVISIONS
Cor, Columbia nnd lSouglns Sis,.,
slnuByl NEW WESTMINSTER
— T ___ —
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWART _? GASH, PHOPIUETORS
Rates, $1,00 and $1,50 per Day,
ACCORDING TO HOOM.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK OR MONTH,
•r-ParMo*. supplied with nl! kinds of
ICE-CREAM. dmy-lm.
3™TOTIO™EL
lllll K PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
a. ojcistiiig between tlio imdorBlffned,
doing ngouornl roal en'tate nnd (lnanotol
ouslliGS. »t New Westminster under tho
firm niinio of Richards, Haywood A Mackintosh, hns tliis dny boon dissolved by
mutual conBBnt. Wm.O.Wnywood'rettr-
Ina from Ihe business-nit llnbllttleaoftlio
Info linn being assumed by I•. a ltich-
m.is,jr.,-.ua.--. t. Mm-i-miosh.
P. 0. H1CHAKU..,..™..
WM. 0; HAYWOOD,
H.T. MACKINTOSH.
WlflslMH-J, It.l'OI.l.KY,
New Wostnilnntc.-B-C. Hint Olil., I860.
Tliu business of Rlolinrds, Haywood A
Mtn'k1iiii™*li .villi-:- .-iinlittif.il un«l(>r llu-
Unit inn™, (if Hi.'bnrds A Miu'l-fntni-li,
Real Estiitennd Klnhiicif)) A-ients.
Thanking tliu iiubtto for their pnstllb-
ornl Bupporl-welmpo by ooraful attention
Id llie IntercKis of mir nlienls to retain
tlielr confldtnoo mid pulronnge,
RICHARD.'. A MAOKINTOSH,
Jienl K.sinUs-s Flimnctnl Agc'iits.
. (tno'-hv
Wili™ II!
JAMES 0
nine,
Hi* Com
I AMES 0. PREVOST,
ir of the Supremo Court.
iiiio"-w2
REQUISITION.
Gai'doii E. 1'orltoiiM, S'sv- Xew
Westminster, H. V.t
rVEAlt SIR.'-Wf, (be iindoi*. i(-iied clec-
•*■•*' ton. and ratepayers of the Cily of
Now Westminster- beg that j-ou will con*
sont to your nomination hs our represent-
alive to lho Provincial Legislature at tho
election to bo hold in consequence of Mr.
Polo's resignation.
Wo feel confident that with your well-
known ability and Integrity, thero Is
no person more ilttoil for Oils responsible
position than yourself.
We, thoreforo, In the Interests of the city
nnd district nt lurgo, most respectfully
urge upon you to accede to our request,
promising on our part to pledge ourselves
to your support In tho coming election.
Wo remain-donr sir, faithfully yours,
David Viw.
jamos I >Kno
D Lahey
TlioiiniH Levi
,r,S Manson
T W Gray
TJTrnpp
OH Murray
WJ Mnthere
ROMonlico
John Wintemuto
John Kelly
George Wolfenden
David Lyal
0.1 Robsoh
Win Tleljon
Wm McColl
BBSooullnr
A WNnoiillur
a.t Armstrong
K M MaaFariano
G Newlngtoii
W McHiv-i
A Mo lino
.1 O Gray
John Gray
J G.Tuque.
w v. Townsond
James TJernoy
Hamuel Woods
Robl Wintemuto
A J Tolmie
A M Herring
H Morey
PSUrsky
CO Austin
SH Shirley
PJ Foulds
A Smither
tt T Head
F.rc.mlthard
NHFInlalaon
0 O Major
AG Gain bin
Thomas It Pearson
0 0 Worsfold
(Jliiirtes V, Woods
ItoniT Elliott
12 M N Woods
It P 1-Vooniiin
KWOglo
.1 0 llrown
J E Hnlloy
I'OHiindeau
O W Gilley
Jas R Dreunnii
A O Lund
Thomas Clcllaud
.lames Loamy
V, HDemnbaiia
Roberl Keory
Hamuel J Owens
[■.UCCE3S0R TO D. McPDADENJ
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FIRST-CLASS
revisions
mr MS MS MM a,     <-™fc 0™ 1 •
Collbes Boasted and Ground on the Premises.   Finis Tens is Specialty.
-COLUMBIA STREET—.
jlDld illMl j_
Columbia Street, Jfc . Westminster.
VAN   VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail. Butchers.
MEAT I-UItVEYOKS 1\ ('EMiliAI*    FRESH AXi* CORKED
ill EATS ALWAYS OX IIAXV.
larS'sccial linns sjuotcsl for tlso 3lsipi>ing trash.   Family orilors strictly attessslosl
to.   Hotels svill (isisl it to tlseir isstssrost to placo tlicir orders ss-itls tlso alsove firm.
sl™Ssoly
6, J. BSJWT,
PUPIL OF PROF. TOMS, ENGLAND
And recently from tlio
Chicago Oratorio Society.
PaiHClPAL PROFESSOR K4TZEHBERGER,
Will bc liai'!>) to receive Pupils
COHIItn MAW ST. AND QUEEN'S AVE.
ocltMlm
STOVES! STOVES
s«_0     _■•_>■
E. S, SCOULLAR _ C
-FOR-
Cheap Cooking Stoves & Range:
DOK'T FOEGET THE ADDRESS.-
TO*
SAMUEL MELLARD,
,  • CHILLIWHACK,
Whom we have appointed our sole agent for our celebrai
Stoves In that district. Mr. Mellard will supply our Stoves
New Westminster prices. dwno I y I
THIS SI'AOE BELONGS TO
H. T. READ & CO.
HABDWAHE MERCHANT,'.
BUGGI1
r;V*C?
JUST RECEIVED,
A CARLOAD OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring tfcLaugliiai
MM MJ •*___-
VE MS
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRAl)Li_Y S: OTHER
Democrat and Express Wago
W The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale ij
British Columbia.*^
ilsvapr,ir
T=-.©td. db fQ\JL7T rr ie.
N°
WA DeWolf smith Wllllum Rotdt
WWDIclilnwiii
OW Homer
Ai-iliui-if Mfliiridt!
1' II Curran   ■
Allan Jnd'Hmi
Heu Hiiicliln .(in
K A .Icnnii
.Tunics WHurviiy
STMaclilnuisli
Andrew Leiiiiiy
Dualnvontl Joiioa
OhnrloHTMIllnnl
('«or«e A Kelly
.IB Polley
Win Wolfenden
Thos h Brlgga
W K Dl.kliison
T 11 Fisher
Knulerlolt Crnke
A.I McColl
Whomicyllovlll
DS.MIlili*aii
Wm II Kelly
MI Webb
J It'iers
II fi WHhoii
.IniiK-nTiothltm
W H Keary
C.M.lKiiiouuh
JO Hm Ith
KmlerlDk Kickhofl*
It W Mcintosh
H.I Thompson
Thou A MelnnleH
ThomiiHMcaiillty
H B HliflttvreTl
llll TcncIi
REP^LY.
QBXTMtMiiNi—I have to thnnk you for
your renul.illon requefillnt' mo tonllotv
myself to bo nominated to represent you
In the LeglKlnturoof tliiH jnovlneo, and for
your kind exprefmloii-i of eonlldencn In
my liiiK.'. s to fill no ronponolljio n poiiltlon.
In nccedlns lo your wl-tlici, I do m with a
(iroat di'iil of plonfiure, nml If elected nlmll
give (linprcHontnUinlnlHtrnllon my honrty
support, nl. the minii! time -jii'ird, In Mic
host, of my.nblllty, tlio in.orostN of tho city
of Now Westminster.
I linve tho honor to ho,
Qentlemen,
Your Obodlont Servimt.
GORDON K. GORBOVLD,
Koveraber 2nd, 1889. dnoi-Ul
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
S. MANAHAN,
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
limns Rncim, Miuisngc, llolugiiuti, KIc.
This Lead is known
from Halifax to British Columbia as the
best, flnest and purest in Canada.
OTIOE IS HISUEBY OIVEN THAT
ills' |iiirlui-i-nlil|, iH'n-tu'iS™ xss™lfll-
lll.   iMiUVI'Ull   111"  ISSSllsT-Sltflseil   SSIItllT IlSO
lln: iii.iini „r consorloi. _ McDougall,
.'IsiK'liiiisl Tnll,ir», lins lic-i'SsilliMilvii.i till,
ilay lij' imstnal consoat. All aocouhts
oss-llSK Ills' Into Urns aro to bo mslil to .1. A.
Mi'I*ssss!isII, iiis.-l nil- ,liili„« nunlnst |1„.
snlil lirm ss'lll ItcHs'tllL'il by 1,1111.
T. COSIKHTORD.
.1. A. M01S0IIOAI.L.
Nosv West., Aug. SI, 1SS9.
Mr. J. fl. McDougall
Wlhh CONTINUE TIIK BUSINESS
under his own name, at Ihu name
More, on Columbia »lreel, next to V.
Uriikc-H. A cont I nuance of tho nubile
imlrnnngo Is rmpcetfully solicited. Sntln-
fnotlon gunrflntocil. dwse5tc
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, New Westminster.
M.A.McRAE
 HAS ON	
Exhibition
The flnest itssoittnentof
Isiiglisli Tweeds, Worsteds,
"-'line.   ""Hillings, «c,
Ac, just
IJ
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS hll tindsof Woolen Goods
BEADV-MADE CI_OTlU*.G.
 x	
__"* Tho only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the Nesv Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmhjotc
ROYAL CITY
111 Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
W
Acall-iolloltod. Armstrong DIock, Now
FOR  SALE.
BEAUTIFUL BRSIBRNCB   SITE
8 Lots and n Rood House on Albert
JrcReent, commanding ono of the llnrst
views ln tho city. Por part louInrBonquirg
dnoOlc MAJOB A PKABSON.
A'
Orcst
asroTxcB.
NOTICE IS HBItRBY OIVEN THAT
wnthoiinrtorslcned linvn npnllcd lo
tim Honorable tlie Miniiter of the interior
for n lleeime to ent nnd curry nwny tlm lier
from tho following de-cert hint Dominion
lands, sit 11 nted In Now Westminster District. B, a:
Commencing at a por-t iilnnted about
two miles up Morris Creek, on the right
bunk, whleh empties Into Harrison Hivrr
between hiwanIi Creek nnd Harrison
Lake (nost marked II. H, M. Co); tlintiro
south 10 ohnlns, thenee enst UK) ehnlns.
thenco north 80 chains, thonco wc<<| let)
chains, theneo south 40 ehnlns, to plnco of
beginning—containing about i-_«(i ncres,
HAMimON SAW MILL CO.
JOMRPIlMAltTI.  ANo*.,
Harrison Hlvor, Nov. i, 1680,     dno8ral
R-D-vrOV^Xi.
HERBERT 0. ROSS,
General Coiiimission Morckn'
IT AH nKMOVKIl HIS OFFICE FHOJI
Jl   llio llnliiloy Bloclt liii,.xt ,,,'r
feS-'in",'",' ,',T' "ml ,s l'''l'«roil «
liansllo a I lcluila of UoosIh ami l'i-ojii|.|. on
commission. ilsvsionml
MONUMENTAL
■WOKKS.
Columbia and Church Streets.
JUST AKBIVKD-A largo sliipnic.it of
the flnest lt,s,| firnnltc ..lollll-
IIICIIlN. from Now llrnii-nrlofc.
ALEX. HAMILTON,
llsTlo l'BOPBlETOIl.
Woslmliistor.
sssls„lo
Another oonslgninetit. of Ooods Just arrived. Wo lins'o now got
The Best -iitillsli, Scotch and
Fi .neb C'ooils
Tlmt-can bo bail Its tlso rnarkot. Positively Use eliolcosl- solcollon of I'nsstlustfl In
the city, anil nlitrloos lo siittovoryboily.
Call anil booonvlnccil. Notrossblolosiiosv
sfisnilH, Al] are welcome to inspect,
whether lliey buy or not.
All work ttimraiilciil, nnd done
on the shorten' possible
notice.
Also solo nBonts on Hie Mnlninnsl of Ilrlt-
Isls Columbia for tlio
™™«™™™-OA™
Science of Dress Cutting
Which Insures a porfeet tit every limo nnd
is no (Miny that a child can understand 11.
BEGGS&~HEARD,
Leading Merchant   Tallon,
1 Door Wost of Dickinson's Ilutohcr shop,
dmhlyl       Iti COLUMBIA 1TBBET.
MASUVACTl'llllRS ASD DEALERS IN
All Kinds of Ron^i and DressBd Lnmbar
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS.
™.*sri- ___,_ __x_Ti*a or
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doom.   Frames,   Windows.
Mouldings. Balnsters,
Blinds. Brackets-,
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
Vancouver City Foundry & MacUno Works Co.
(__MXT__)
Engineers, Boiler Makers, and Iron and Brass Founders
HAVING GREATLY INCREASED THEIR- PREMISES AND MACHIN-
cry, arc sn a position to undertake tho construction and rotsalrs of Hn™-.*
IBnSRfi0..-"7 k*W 5. "•"f* "L"11"^ "talM «d C_nne?y
Mnchlnerr, as well as Custlnxs and Fondngg of overy description.
ENtlmatcs given i all work Knaronteed.
f. BAKER, I,. MoKILVIK,
SmtntM. i.nrt, MsT«B_in„-)™jiAa-i. :™roLrani'Vn.*-Ha aw.
DAI™Y BBIIIflB aOtPMBU*., _»W WESIMIMStEB, ft- ft, J_")Vi(JlB£& ?, IW
IITTLI OIRUON THE WALL.
Now the daylight tt done, ani Use curtain.'
draws,
Asssl tlse katydids llm all alono on the lawn,
And my utile one. cries, at she cosne. Mm;
can:
"Cau'tl play wills the littlo black girl oa the
wall I"
llio' she's dollies that ory and a dog that oan
bark,
A Manx ostand a fully equipped Noah's ark.
What delighted her most, ever since sbe could
crawl,
Has been what Bhe calls the black girl on the
wall.
"r;s bedtime, and Bessie, our one little lamb,
Cornea bloating: "0, mamma, I'm lonely, I ami
I've no brothers nor listers™, e no one at all
But that dear little darling- black girl on the
wain
"I don't lee nor by daytlme-O, whore doei
she got
Dutat twilight .he follow, mo-now te and
fro—
Wherever I turn, and If I geta fall,
Why, then, down goe. the little black glrlon
the waul
"Mamma, whit doei the eat, and, 01 whit
doe. .he drink,
And what doe. .he de all day long, do yoa
think!
Now .no'i little like me ind next minute she'.
till,
But I never ean catch thit bliok girl on the
will™
So our pet prattle, en, when .he', in for a race
With her shadow, (01 Isn't Ule jutt melt a
chase 1)
And.hedance.Uke nud down the are-lighted
hill
A. she hunt, fot the uttle Milk girl on the
-Boston Slo™.
TWO WATS.
Whioh Do Ton Think Wm the
Moro Praotloil?
Hev. Walter Cobbett was callod to a large
and fashionable churoh in Philadelphia
about twelve years ago. He was a young,
sickly man, in deadly earnest in his work.
In fact, his youth, pallor and fiory seal gave
a force to his words which neither bis gymnaBlum, reuaing-rooms, all perfectly
thoughts nor character possessed; for he equipped. We have fifty thousand aub-
ion, came to him in the dead of the night to
tell him, with stern eyes and quivoringjaw,
hiB suspicion that his little Aggy was going
to the bad.
'■Dear, dear! James; thia Is disheartening," said Mr. Cobbett, when ho came
down to visit his old ehum. "You havo
been living here like a pauper for a year,
and what have you accomplished! But
three communicants I No hope yotof building a chapel I"
"1 am coming nearer to them every day,''
said Loidy. "I make myself one with them.
1 try to drag them up, step by step."
"These little individual efforts of course
suffer by comparison with great organized
work," said Mr. Cobbett, with a slight tono
of patronage. "Now, when our church begins her assault upon outside vice, you will
find tho moral atmosphere in this pil-t- of the
city cloar up very rapidly."
•What aro your plans?"
'lu the first plaoe, organization. I huvo
drilled my poople ready to work, Wo aro
going to have a sewing-school, a mission
Sunday-school, an industrial school for tho
boys, a working-man'a club, a mother's association, a young girls1 guild for mutual
improvement, societies for tho promotion of
temperance and personal purity. These oro
all to be superintended by tho mctuborn of
tho church. It would gratify you, James,
to soo how zealously tho most _ii.liioiiui.lc
matrons and gayest girls tako hold of iho
Idea.  They are eager to begin."
"And who are the people on whom thoy
are to work J"
"Whol" Mr. Cobbett waved his hands
widely. "All the thlevflB, Magdulcns, dls*
charged convicts, paupers 1 Nono will be
turned away. Our machinery Is complete.
I cau not but believe, James, that tho re*
form which we shall accomplish under Ood
will be very great."
"Whon do you begin, Walter!"
"As soon as our ohuroh building la completed. It Is to cost eighty thousand doi*
iars."
"Tbat is a large sum."
"Tbe lot cost us thirty thousand. But ft
was a great bargain. It is In the rear of the
ohurch, in tho most desirable part of the
town. We could sell it now for doublo that
sum. It will be the most complete building
for parish work in the country. There will
bo apartments for all the schools, a library
was buta shallow thinker, and easily led by
strong-willed companions.
The committee sent by the Rittenhouse
Hiiuare Presbytorian Church to find a pal*
tor discovered bim by some odd chance ln a
scribed, Tho remainder comes in slowly
You do not look satisfied, James. I thought
you would rejoice ln this great movement."
"How aro you going to bring tho thieves
and paupers up into your groat building)"
mining village ne.r-pott.to*™, nnd worn ™7_™.   _»™p. I.." "*«_■"    nd",Ko
BrcattfimpraesodbybUoloquence. They. „_,-,Mi,iossaMo Suiter. Thoy llvo miles
svere all rich, shrewd men, fond of the good
thlngi of lite, from muslo ton perfectly
cooked dinner.
"Uut," iald Judgo Lowe, "ire don't want
asvay from it. Tbo mountain will not go to
Mahomet."
"We shall eoe, my dear sir," said Mr
•■_us,'._su.uugo_^**wenous*™u. c bbe^     llh      oompno'ont tang™    "I
«. cnlatororSonttmt,Itopoorold Dr. \     6111^ri™d „t JMi „ „„m,fhwlf
Cray, In the pulpit again. This young fol-  ^Iminrt,, "Ho suggested a trifling, dis,
■?»■ iii™.KS™S.°JsStti™S__?hS *"■»■*••■■»w--k to •"' ■■■»ta "-'•"•"
£-™_™&S£™_£?»i '       I   ™» •*•■"• Cobbett board what it svas
lie will make us all believe It," I h      u     ltB ,   ,    „, w
Wlion Mr. Cobbett, with MUly nnd tlse *liou_lit of that"
SiS.r'LS™™™^™^^- " « >«ter'Mr. Leldy dined with the
^M™?»™(w.ta™^?™™5™E,d™ •""MX"™ »»*"1™1*' to a olsus'sls meeting
ughted with tho simple, unsvordly flavor ol „ftonraruJ. B appeared to blm that the re-
epeoeb and manner. "So like tto , „ botWoo,s pastor and people svoro
■early Cbrlstlans," Uses Agnos Lowo said, .tainoJ   Ml.  Cobbett ureodvohoraoiillv
?y™2jS™^S_E™™_Jl .LKlM™ •>>■=<•" lhl> °°*°°l butldliiK. The" women of
n ™ Sr   P™I™™^J™™__ H™S™_»J ttoelsurehhod been worUnirenergetically
swS ■°ll"lt -°d'  'Ih°y h"tl held fislia, almsv.
v™r..'i_i.,„  ... _. s.i. „ss»»_ »s...~. I""-  'oativail nnd ba-ai. of nil nutions,
,.h«W™f*fi™?^™?.™i °__25 _££_ -Wl!*! B'vess concerts and organ recitals.
™_^jr_.,is»__Ftas KtSoJrho"*8 to hou88M"cl"
;11 . we» both",Sa* eK. t""',tl,ey "r0,^f Th° *°m,™
mJm™*m«H^t**SK* EtZ,**_l™l!__!™fS*JT
Tlioywent'romtboflltbondtelnoiao'tn. "Sf,,™.Y ™',.. ,sS   .       ,
.isiisrsers.lvensssstoS'Das-os" to tho nosml. rMlea inll> |,a^"(f '01  Wa llURO struclul'O
CHttaS vast mUte "ta ! •»•' '<"• V10 """""r3 for t0a .! . U'° "","'
whioh most of^bo operative,'wore .auoy . f ™s cla"',Mi w„'°' . wo ••'' ta'ow. tl,o
„t . „r™.„ ..™i..».„ sV™™.™ ... „sj   dangerous c asses do not como to bo taught.
A  ngKeyll^tK^
ijether j wholo concern, payoff tho mechanics who
-Uothlngwas so terrible to mo," said'S,^
Walter, "asthosowretehedltalians/content, th?,mT* XoJ01?** n?lB3io»s;
like animals to lie filthy and starvtoK Id the !   Mr,_y^tf.% quickly broughtup somo oth-
sun all'day " . er subjoot for discussion.   Judgo Lowo met
"The m_i women seem to me the more U» whon the confonmoo wos over, and
desperate case," said James Leidy, "because they have sloughed oft tbe brute.
They are sharp and intelligent.   Tbey
laughed as ho saw his pinched, anxious face.
"I'm sorry I worried you," ho said. "But
I tell you, Mr. Cobbett, this fad of yours is a
flaunt out in the ovonlngs, each with her |dead woight,  Tho churoh cannot carry it.
beaded dress and pinchbeck Jowelry,,going Wo have made a mistake somehow," ho
with 'her gent' to the ^tifltter-dollar sool* said, turning to Mr. Loidy.  "Tho wretch*
ablosor variety theaters.   They come so edly poor will not como to us.  Thoyliketho
noar to respectability and usefulness! and  ~~ -***"'" J  "'
yot are going straight to ruin I"
"My ohurch must go to work at onco,"
suld Mr. Cobbett.
Ho spoke with a certain assurance of success. The membership of his church was
so large and oould number so many mill*
lonst Buch a great broom would surely
soon clean tbeso Augean stablest
Mr Leldy was silent for a long time. Ho
said thon; "Walter, I have almost determined to refuse the call to Pittsburgh,
and to give myself up to work among tbeso
people. The board will send me as a mis*
sionary."
"His vory good In you, Ur. Leldy, but
It Is impossiblo. The board pays its city
missionaries only the wages of a laboring
mon, and you bave no Idea what lt costs to
live hero I Vory different from Coalton."
"Ishould go down among the laboring
men and live as they do," said Mr. Leldy.
"If I am to help them, X must be with thom.
Besides, thero may be a certain help to
tbem In seeing how an educated man
would live on tbe same Income as tbelr
own,"
"1 fear you will find example a stow means
of grace, Jamos," said Sir. Cobbett "If I
ean interest my people, we can make a tremendous uuited assault upon the slums.
Working-men's elubs, Industrial schools,
societies for boys, young women and mothers. 1 have a dozen ideas."
When ho was alone with hii wife ho iald:
"Poor Jim! I feel bo will be sorely disap-
iKiiatcd in that Quiiotio venture. I wish he
imd suoh en pinery as ours to bring to bear
upon tbo forces of evil I"
Novor did two men attack tho forces of
evil with moro earnest faith or tender pity
Ior lll*doors than these two young clergy*
men. But their methods of attack were
Widely different.
Jo.iica Loidy, when appointed oity missionary, rented two roomi over a bakery
down In tbe Neok. One wai hisileeping*
room; In tho other he held sorvice, taught
sehool, and in tbo evenings welcomed tho
men and boys who oame there to read the
papers or to offer tbemadvtco. He reached
ihein one by one. Tho baker, Gus Scholl*
mg, a drunken, good-natured fellow, was
Ms first ally. Ho deplored to James the
/act tbat "a lot of half-grown boys wu
goin* to tho dovil gamblin' ln that neigh*
oorhood," and willingly went to work to en-
tico thom to the houso that thoy might be
__overtod. A slnglng-olub was the bond
hy which James held them together, It required months to win them to decent ways
nnd honesty, but it took yeara to convert
A us to a sober life. During those years he
reckoned himself "tbo preacher's right-
hand man," Through the boys ho laid hold
un too fathers, shrewd mechanics who
lookod upon religion as "wlmmen's business," beggars whoso only trade was trick*
c.y-Baloon-keepers and professional thieves.
The hold was often but slight, and led to
uothing. But tbe worst thief or sot usually
has somo feeling for his son, and a respect
for Ute ipan who was trying to pull the boy „vmnwuvmum, Kumu .» tt ,„„,,... ,.,..,.,„
™_™.S^^^ «• tome much or
wideawake, keen fellow, not 0. bo imposed tho fiery substance." "Should ono use It
privacy and darkness of their holes, Uw
rats. The classes aro filled with tho children of well-to-do mechanics, wbo can it.*
ford to havo them taught at ordinary
schools. Tbo ladies collected a number of
mill girls, who came two or threo times iu
fine clothes, and spent their timo in staring
at the gowns and hats of their teachers, As
soon as they had displayed their own finery and learned tho latest spring fashions
they dropped off. 1 found els young ladies
nsBombled to teach tho sexton's daughter
yesterday. Tho wholo thing is a failure"
When tho two clorgymen woro back in
the study Walter turned to his friend.
"Why should it bo a failure!" ho said,
passionately. "Thoso people need help, nud
we have it to glvo. Look, for instance, at
the thousands of deceived girls in this city.
Wo are told that thoro is no way open tor
them but uttor ruin or doath. we open
ways for them. Wo are ready to teach tnein
book-keeping, china-painting, eookm-.-- -io
give thom a dozon honest means of suppm-t.
Our ladles drive through the slums, find
these women, givo thom good advico, nud
Invite tbem to come. But they will uot
come."
Jamos Loidy said nothing. But qs ho
walked homo ho remombored tho months in
which he had followed poor Aggy Sampson,
trying to help her—her father's agony, hor
mother's tears, tbe prayers, tbo struggles,
tho patience whieh had been so long un*
availing to savo that one lost soul She was
safe now, he thanked Ood, living happily
wltb tho old poopio in Montana,
Mr. Cobbett, meanwhile, sat despondent
and thoughtful over his study flro. Ho
could not understand what more than money, a costly building and porfect appliances,
and committees of ladies ready to give an
hour each week to the good work, was needed to snatch thoao brands from the burning. He has not yot found an answer to
th*. problom.—Oongregattonallst.
KILLING HIS STOMACH.
A Drufftit Proteil- -igatnit tho Eicei-lvt*
V» of rhofiplinteg.
"Give moo groat double-barreled, center-
ilro, back-action drink of soda and plio .*
pliate," ordered a jolty customer at a Cincinnati drug storo, "Do you know what
this favorite phosphate of yours is doing for
youl" asked tbo venerable druggist, as the
customer drained his glass. "Killing tlio
nausea of my stomach," was tho reply,
"Yos, ond it is killing your stomach, ton.
Some of these days you'll want lt copper-
plated, and you'll wont in vain. Phosphate
is something that no ono should toko except
after a full meal. Why! Well, I will explain. You wouldn't think that tho Inflammable ends of matches wero a proper thin;;
to eat, would youl But phosphate is derived from phosphorus, and If you uso it to
excess it will burn out your stomach, junt
as alcohol would if used to excess, Yuu
feel benefited by it now, but if you keep on
tho time will come whon you will wish you
had never heard of phosphate.  Of nour
on by them,
The mothers were moro easily reached
and loss easily held. Tbey cried grateful
tears when they met tho good ministor who
had made Sam a respectable boy, or kept
Joe outof Voyamonstng; they camo to tlio
Wednesday evening servico, and sang the
hymns with loud fervor. Sometimes James
suspected tbat they wero just as drunken,
ns slatternly and as vicious ln their homos
ns boforo. But he had hardened himself
against dlsappotrtment. In somo fashion
those poople gradually took him and his
teaching Into their homes ud livos, Thoy
sent for htm to marry then, to get thorn out
ot jail, to bury their dead; when the diphtheria raged in Pin Conrt, "Parson Loidy"
was callod in beforo the dootor, he beiug
just at hand, "and suoh a famous nurse."
Tom Parrel, when ho was sontouoed to
death, and urged to call in a ministor,
"reckoned that Leldy wis tho bost of the
lot}" ahd tho grim Bootch weaver, Samp-
at all!" askod a roportor of tho Times-Star.
"In moderate quantities just after a full
meal it will not hurt any ono; but bowmv.
of using It In excess or on on empty stomach, for if you do that organ will need half
soloing and heeling somo timo."
An amusing story comes from Trnloo in
Ireland. A wedding was about to bo celebrated, whon, nt tho Inst moment, tlto
bride's paronts rofused to pay her dowry,
alleging us lheir reason tliat tlio groom hud
boon recently wounded by tho Foulhus, va i
was still undor tho protection of Ui'O polico,
According to them it wuu ro. soiinblo to sup*
[Kino tliat tho Fenians would not full on tlm
next occasion, uud thnt, In obtiBoguOttoO, ttio
dowry would ho nm'rlfiecil. After u lung
aisoliimioii a compromtBO mw ngreoj upon
mid the marriago win colobratOd- lho litis*
band m'-iving.t'™. lu hand and u promissory note for ilHH) payable In twelve'mou thn
If hn woro not hilled In Mm Interval.
THE LATE PROF. PHELPS.
The nbovo is n portrait of tho late Prof,
I-'ihvnrd K. Phelps, M. I)., h, h, 1.,, of Dartmouth college* He was u (•lion),', able
iii'in, wild -I-od high in the Illorary and
soienllfio world.. It la not Kcnenilly
known, hut It In, nevertheless, iho truth,
that Prof. Phelps wns the discoverer of
what Ih known lo the medical profession
and olioniistfl universally un Piiine's
Celery Compound, unquestionably one of
tljotnoHt.uliiiil-Io discoveries of this century. Thin rcmnrknhle compound 1h not
a nervine, nu essence, a snrsiipiiiiNn or
nny devised article, but ii discovery, and It
minksndihtlnct stepInmodloulpractice
and ihoirraimenlof nervoim complications. II huu been freely ml ml tied by tho
In :-l-iiii-dlc-iiliiik.il In ihe lnnd, mul'nlso
liy Iho I end i uk chemists nnd Huii-nt Is:. (
llmt for niTV iicnlik-., nervous i'-.Iiiii:s-
lli;Ii, lu.-oiiinIn,deli! iiv,!« iilMlviiinli'V.'U
' .!■ iJiviidcil nml tetrilili.' ]', n ■<!;*, i-ciliin-f
litis ever hf'i'ii din. liver..I H-iil'-li ir-i.his
UlOdtsonlinmcl irsi. m-n lu.-llli ciiiuil to
tliis- discovery of Prof. Phelps.
l'nino's Celery Compound Is now being
pre-mred In quntiUUb™, nnd enn lio pro-
oured n| nny reputQlite druggist. An attractive hunch of celery Is to be found on
every wrapper. It has becomo specially
popular nmong professional men, mind
Workers, ladles burdened with exciting
snutiil dulk'S and frequenters of the leading clubs.
-QAPTI8T t IIUK II, Agnes strecl,
Jj East of Mary Htreet. Lord's Day
Services attl a. m. nnd 7 p.m. Sabbath
School andBlhle Class nt. _:;!0 p. in. All
scats free; strnnuers cordlnlly *A---].-o*i:--<i.
—H<~v. Thn... Mnblwln, pastor.
ME
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ENGLISH KfB 0 0 T S
Erskine's Boot & Shoe Emporium.
Tlio WatcrprooF "K"; the Country "K"; the City "K"; also Ladies' Buttoned and
Laced, and Boys' and Youths' "K" Boots.
"Write lo-day fora pair.  Ooods expressed C. 0, D.
d&woc30m,.
JL. 33. EKSKiajTIS,
132 Qovorsssssesst Sf., cor. Jolissson, VIUTOIUA, B. C.
63"" BEST ASSORTMENT IN THE PROVINCE
11)1
■JlAI-lllU-IVI-,  -J-JIIVH- HUglfllU*™*™.,-.  -UIUU-,*
K*.  <3-.   _-™ia_™A_D __  OO.
strfini*. i
illylnv
i.il.
QT. PAUL'S CMl/IUlli, John Street,
p Opposite Orange Hall. ltev. "Thomas
Haddon, Pastor, sen-teen, every Suinlir.
at ll a. m, nnd 7 p. in. Thursday evenings
nt7:3f) o.-ln. !(. Sent-, free; nil nn- i-ordi-
ally Invited, fimnbiy . .ei:o»;l nl 2:311 p. m.
CI llUiU* 11 OP HKC.I-AM-.-UdIjV
J TltlNITY CflUltOM; Ik-elm-, 'I he
Bishop, ft. MARY'H CItL'ltCII; Ucclor,
Tho Veil. Archdeacon Woods, Si-ivi-*-k
In both ehurehiis every thn/. All >on)s
free. Both church™.- open all day for private prayer.
r>HE.SIlY'l'-™_tl .\ C-llt-il-M [ST,
J: ANimiaV'H!, coriierCarnaivcsiiand
lJInckwooit St.. Itov. Tho». HcoiiI-.-i-. pnstor. Services at n a, in. and 7 p m.i .--iiii-
dny-scliool and Hlbloclass nl 2 :,n p. m ;
Prayer-mcetiiigon Tliursdny ovoniilgsai
7.fH). ggntsfroo! slniiigeis welcome.
KP.-ltOYAI, LonOE NO. (J- Kegular
. Mooting every Tuesday nlj-ht ul fi
o'clock. OddfoIloWs'Hall. Visiting Brethren welcome--J. 10. Kmc'Iit, K. of It. A ft,
I O. G, T.-EXCELSIOlt LOUdflHoTg
1. melts every Mumlny evening at 8o'-
olr.i-lt, Iii tin: T'liii.i-n live |l;t!|, Columbln
fit.   Vl8U-iiii*m»iiilier..ju-ccf.]-.lInIlv"      ■
ed.-W. 0. LoVb, Wn
i-lnvlt-
AO. F—COUItT l_'jlil.i DUPKERIN,
, No. (WW. The t*.'. Hliir iiiec'lhi*.. of
tlio aliovo Court, nro held nl (lie Koic-lers'
Hall,on the tlrst ami third Weciin-sdny In
each moulh.atSp. m.—Jnc Mc-Mcki.iy,
Senr., P. C. It.
^Al_I_r>ONIA  ta   BT,   ANDHBW'S
,._■ ™t)i;ii.TY.-Tlic regular meotlngs of
this AsKociallon mo held en tiiOlliutTues-
dnyofeiifh month, all" o'clock p.m. All
Scotchmen nro invited to attend. -Jons
But it. Sec.
ITT C. T. U.-P.l5GUr_A
TV . every Wednesday a
o'olock at the W. CT. U.J
AH MEKTING
nfternoon at ,"i
■--■■-■  -.Headqunrtors,
Douglas fit,   Loyal Legion lu the fame
Elnco every Friday nfternoon,—Mhs. Jas.
UNNii.aiiA.1, Presidont; Mns. J. A, Cdn-
mxhiiam, Mcnrelnry.
AVMlOSf LOlHiK No, 0, A. V.
ta A. M,—The regular meet*,
logs of this hiv'.r-o am held In
lhc Mnsonlo Tern pin on the firat
Wednesday in each mouth, at 7::n.' o'clock
p. in. SoJonrrilughretlirBll nro cordially
invited to intend.—W. 0, Coatham. "-toi•.
BOAilu OV TKAUK. Board itoom,
Oddfellows Urick llloch, iin-stnir*t
Council meels on tho Hr.-ct Wednesdny
in cncii montb, at 4 )i. ni. tjimiieily
meetings on the 22nd of Pel.., May,Ans.,
and Nov., al. 7::ju p. in, Ntw members
muy bo proposed and elected at unv Quarterly imiotlnir.— I>. lloii-o.v,. eo.
Dissolution of Partaersliip,
MOTIOK IS HEHKUY 01V-BN Tlt.VI
IS tho parinerslilph-Mo-ore. ud*I. ting
I.ei-sVi en lis, Ibe iloder.-clKii. d, :;.■* '• irclii'in,
has be- n tbl-* day dl.solveil bvinuual
consent. All deliisou-ltig I-, Iti*-suld part*
iier.-htparo to be pnld ioM Miiunlimi, at
flic Loudon Market, and all claims
.igulnsl the ftild lorineisb!pure lc> bo presented tothe Mil,! s. Mini: imn.b: whom
lie a.mo will be settled,
Dated at New Wusimiii.-ic-r, the 1st duy
of Novembor, Iflsn.
MANN.VIIAN A ItKICHil.s'lUCII.
\yilll3HS—A, II. PAIITItllKIK. illlulml
(OISTB  OITY)
The Most Flourishing and Rapidly Growing City on Puget Sound.
or imi. im right in the hiabt of the city.
The blocks aro divided into lots 40 feet front by 125
feet deep to an alley.
Pi'icesftoni$Bto$i2.50peTFratFoot
Sale will commence on the
18th DAY OF OCTOBER, 1889.
After each 15 days 5 per cent, will bo added to tlie price.
. the TIME FOR a FORTUNE
Come and see and don't say you did not have a chance.
EDWARD FISCHER,
Land Agont.
M. L. STANBROOM,
Oesiflnsl Agsssil,
NOTICE OFJISSOLUTION.
rpHK PAIITN Kits HIP HERETOFORE
J. existing between W.J. Corbett nnd
T. Kennedy, as tinsmith., oto , lins this
dny been dissolved by mutunl (-nisiiii.
All tilii t mm mini list, tho Into llrm.aiiil all
bills duo to samo to bo paid by nnd to W.
J. Corbett, who will continue thoold tlnn's
businoss. W. J. COKltKTT.
THOMAS KENNEDY.
A LARGE LOT OP RTOVRfl Just arrived per 0. P. It. that must bc nold tit
onee as I liavo not boen uhle iu proeuron
suitable storo to show them*
W. J, CORBETT,
oelSdlm Iu rear of Hank of D, ft
NOTIOE.
mHE APOLt-TNAUlS COMPANY (Ll-
L mitod) of London, Km-Imid, bavin*;
Information thnt spurtoiis wtiteis have
boon manufnchired und sold In this provinco as Komiluo "Apolllnnils" will ers in
lufrlncomeiit of thu company's trade
mnrk duly registered In Canndu;
Notico is hereby given tlint proceedings
will bo Instlltltod Rgallisl nil iiersons who
ii. rr Mils date shall munufiietiirooroll'er
for sale nny liquid under the namo of
"ApolllnarlH," other than put up by nnd
bearing the genuine trade marks of tho
company.
THE APOLLINAIUSCOMPANY (Ln.)
Ily DllAKR, JAOKflOS* llEI-MCKHN,
Thoir Solloltors,
Victoria, P, C„ Hth Oot., If89.    docltlmS
GROSS & POINGDESTRE,
Wholesale and Retail
TOBACCONISTS
OHOIOF, I1RAN'|S8 0F
IMP0RTED  CIGARS,
Finest Cigarettes,
Fnncy Importcsl piffh, I'ulicill., ci-
aAnETrK casi-h, fto.
Choice Smoking Tobacco
Tlsssisipsssss'Nllli! 1'liols, lllllll i'.v,
COLUMBIA STRUT NEW WECTMIKSTU.
i' ills'
It.
sviS
930.33. COlillOVA STRKKT,
VAi.COrVI)K.».C.
Import ers and Henlers iu
MACHINERY
ov ™t,t. nescKiTioS™.
MARINE WORKT SPECIALTY.
dwdeSOto
W. BREDEM£VER, OS. PI!,
{Lato Partner of John M oV Joker)
MINING ENGINEER, U.S. A PROVINCIAL SURVEYOR, - ASSAYEH.
Masonic Tkiipli! Rlock, Vascouvkh.
RrlLCol,
•WRellnblo reports, underground sur-
vcysandmapsof mines executed nt low
rntcB.   AsRiiys mnile on nil kinds of minerals, gold and sliver bars,   Thirty years'
experience  tn mining In A™la, Europe
nnd United States of  America.   Spoafts
ten langiiaB'-s.   Assays from n distance
promptly attended to.    Address Vancou*
ver,l).0. ddolRo
•rsroTioB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
application will bo mndo to tho Le*_*
lslntlve Assembly oftho Province of British Columbln at Ils next session for nn net
to Incm-pnrfito n company to construe.',
operate and mitlntnln ft streot. railway In
ttio City of   Now Westminster,  and lo
acquire lands nnd do all things* neccKgnry
for 'ho purposes aforesaid,
Dated this 251 ii day of September, I860,
II. DOUGLAS,
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
dscSOto For sol ves and other---.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
sixty days after dnlo wo Intend to
apply to iho Chief Comm li-.-doncrot Lands
nnd Worlts for leavo to purchase tho following lands, sltunto In the Dislrlctof
New-Westminster, and described .nh follows! Lois one hundred and thlrty*ono
| I'll 1, one hundred nml thlrty-llvo [135],
one liundrcd nnd thirty-six [IM], one linn-
nred and thirty-eight [1881, and ono liun-
divd mid foily*oiio[I.l], In Group Ono of
said Dlalrlot, containing eight hundred
noroj., moro or lens.
Iiulod loth September, 188ft,
ANDREW LEAMY,
dsol*. 2ni J. H. GILLESPIE.
"Land Registry Act."
Lot No, 12, Block XXII, and Lot No.
21, Block XXVIII, City of Now
• Westminstor.
A CERTIFICATE OK INDEFEASIBLE
tltletolbo nbovo mentioned hereditaments Will be Issued to Alexander ■ nulls
on iho llih day of January, isno, unless lu
tho menu time n valid oblcellon thereto
bo made to (ho undersigned ln writing by
Konie nelson elatmlnstinc'tiitoorlniorost
In snid hprodttivnients o; some purl thereof,
Lnnd ItealfiMy Olllco, New Woatminster,
7th October, rid.
T, 0. TOWNLEY,
docVmil Deputy Ke-flstrnr.
£v™™.SKXO™d-ABIi™3
DRESS MAKING
At JUS-* J_™™I..US',
(Lath of Esolandj
Corner of Ohuroh and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER
BOTSiitlsfnetlon guaranteed.     dwfe7to
BRITISH
COLUMBIAN
STEAM
Miiiiin
niT» i ill.
COLUMBIA    STBEET,
New Westminster, II. ('.
(DAILY AND WEEKLY)
umsmmmM
UNIUVALI.KIs ON THE MAINLAND
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA AS
AN ADVERTISING
MEDIUM.
PER ANNUM, BY MAIL:
Daily Britisli Columbian, - $6
Weekly
H       i
2
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
tr Satisfaction guarsssstessd.       ilssplstc
Fook Wo & Co.
Charcoal forSale
CHINESE LABOR CONTRACTED FOR.
COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
(NossrCIsss'elissi'i Histo'.)
sls>i_lsss'
TIME    CARD.
Canadian Paoific Railway,
PAOIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
/"VWNEUS AND MASTERS OK VES*-
KJ soN nnd other Craft, nnvlgntlnir Hie
Fraser III ver nre onuMoned to heen wlthlu
the Hnoys [minted Red mid White, ro-
Rpeetlvely.iit tho Mission BrldgO, lis during tlio coiistmotlon of the lirldeo, uavl*
gallon betweon the banks of the Itlvor
and the lluoys Is dnngeroiiH, owing to piles
being driven thero,
H. ABBOTT,
General superintendent.
Vanoouver, a a, 7th May, I8W. drnj-Mo
O.  P.   ST.  OO.
The Fine FIrst-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Leave the C. P. N. Co.'- Wharf,
_E_ "V SI ___ "ST
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A, M.,
FOR CHILLIWHACK AND WAY PORTS.
Bs-liirnliig Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufflcleiit Inducement offers she
will prnoeed to HOPE nnd on snob
occasions will leave her wharf
at 4a.m.
L'onncotfngwith tho 0. P.N. Co,'s Stenmer
for Victoria.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
T. L. BRiaOS, Agent,
Now Westminster. dnpstc
Time Table.
feafij THE STEAMER
^Errobert dunsmuir
LEAVES WESTMINSTER every Monday morning nt 7 o'olook for Nannl*
mo, vln Vanoouvor, returning Tuesday,
via Vancouver.
Loaves Westminster overy Werineidny
nt 7 a. m, for Nanaimo direct, connecting
with Island railway and Comox steamer.
Leaves Nannlmo for Vancouver on
Thursdays and Fridays nnd returns -mine
days.
Leaves Nannlmo on Saturday at 7 u. m,
for Westminster direct.
For freight or passage apply on board,
ortoT.L.TBwagMJ.IVN.whifif,    dte
PRINTING
— OF—
Every   Description
EXECUTED IN
FiRST-CLASS STYLE
AT MODERATE RATES.
OUR FACILITIES IN THIS DEPART-
MENT ARE UNSURPASSED
IN THE PROVINCE.
Special Forms Ruled
and Printed.
HAVING A RULING MACHINE ON
THE PREMISES WE ARE ENABLED TO FURNISH
SPECIAL FORMS
TO ORDER.
ADDITION AKD IIPBOVEIESTS
Have recently been made In the
various Departments,
And with careful nnd efficient workmen,
fast steam presses, and first-class materials, wo ean guarantee satisfaction to all
who favor us with their orders,
KENNEDY BROS.
A PROPRMTOBS
WHAT EVERrBODr SAYS MUST BE TRUE. -
The steady rush of purchasers at ROUSSEAU'S Boot and SI
Store shows that our straight-forward way of doing
business  has  given  the people
Perfect Satisfaction
We offer no unreasonable inducements; our object in advertisl
is to give a truthful description of our resources. We have I
largest stock of Boots and Shoes ever exhibited in trie Provin
Call and see it before purchasing elsewhere.
Ladle.' Kid Button Boots (2.00
Misses     do do      1.70
Children's do do      LM
Infant's   do do    SO
Men's Lace Boot. 91
Boy.'      do        1
Youth.' do  I
Wigwam Slfppci's  I
These goods are all made in the latest styles and inanufactur
from the best home and imported goods. All marked in pi:
figures.   Strictly one price at
JAMES   ROUSSEAU'S,
81 COLUMBIA STREET, ::::::::::: NEW WEBTMINgTl
dwtc
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'B BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Constantly on Band an Extensive Stock of
Dry -Goods, Groceries, Boots & Shoes, Hals A Cap
Crockery, Glassware, Ac.
aoC-Dar's   «te   so-srs'   ruxt -*#.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL HTOReJ
It. B«—Farm Produce bought at market rates oi sold on eommluilon. ■ft.orde
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. awjetfo
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
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™_ OUTIUB Com™. 77 Musxfiy I tseet, N. _
VV. C. LOYE,
Mmk Sod ud Sb Ihur,
Repalrlnc Neatlr Oont* Cork ■•!•
W_rk _ gptetmlty.
•worders promptly attended to.
Olarkson St., In rear of Colonial Hotel, next to Rand Bros.'office, dncltc
Business Notice.
THE UNDERSIGNED IB PREPARED
to furnish plans and specif! cations for
all classes of buildings (stone aud brick a
specialty). WIU furnish all the necessary
drawing, and superintend worklhron-fh a
e.mpeteiit foreman,nnd will gaarnntee
perfect work forSjiercent. of cost, Offlce
In Hank of B.C. Bulldln-r.upstnlrs, New
Westminster. JAM K8 KENNEDY,
dwsolltc Architect.
Feed, Livery i Sale
STABLES.
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
PEOPBIKTOB.
GOOD DRIVING 4 RIDING HORSES
for Hire. Reeks call at all Btenmers
and Tralni'. Bpeclnl Httentlou given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL ANO WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
laiit Ttaisfn
HACK, LIVERY, S1ACE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE snBSCRlBEI™ ARE NOW PRE'
PARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SIN8LE RIBS
At Speoial Low Rates.
toying ud _J1 ffiuii of knag
Done at Shortest Notice.
Dry Cordwood delivered to any part of
the City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
•■-Stables nearly opposite C. P. R. Depot,Columbia St.. NewWestminster,
djallt-      QILLEY BROS, rim
Orders may be left at the Office of Mathers dr Mllllgan,Commission Merchants,
Front Street- New West. dse21to
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Henri*' opposite Ibe Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LAKGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constant'-' on hand, and supplied to Families, Rwta.ru™, and Steamboat, atthe
LOWEST POSSIBLE PKIOES.
To k Francisco, Cal.,
BT WAT OF THK
LIVE.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
WICKER IN TIME THAN ANT OTHER
ROUTE BETWEEN
Sn Weitminrtflr t Su Imm
CR«WD SOEHIC ROUTE Of THE MOIFIOOOMT
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CABS
For Accommodation ol fleoond-olasa Pu-
sengors, attached to Express Trains.
Fare Irom Portland to Sacramento anss
Ban Francisco-Unlimited, t_; Flrst-
class (Limited), 120; Second .lass (Limited), IIS.
THROUOH TICKETS to all psslntss Soul
ind East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES!
ClTVOfrlca, No. 1™ Cor, Flnt _ Aids'
Dam omoa, Oor. F A Front StreeU)
H, KOEHLER,"1 "b. SIB&BRB, _
Manafir.      A_-,atV_P.A>(i
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Land i Investment Agency
(—IKlTiai. )
THOMAS AM.SOP, 1
HENRT S. HAMON, '
OCYLER A. HOLLAND, J
mi i ssTOl™.
ni.iD orncK,
IS Serjeant'* Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, ENG.
Tbe Business ol ALLSOP A M AHON haa
been merged in tlse abovo Company and
will be carried ou by tlso Compass's from
this date sss a general Laud Investment
and Insurance Agency.
MONET TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low
Rales. Town Lois and Fanning Lanst.
for Salo on easy terms.
Victoria, B. C, May wtls, 1887. dwjlyo
TO SMOKERS.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIO AK, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
***** MAINLAND.
laTThoy an not only made of tbe
Choicest Tobacco I'sit thev an of ;
Home Mannfaetare. assd sloold be
patronized by all good citizens.
WM. flET'EN, Manuhotui-er,
HOLDROOK BCILPIKO,
ODUIMIIAint™,       NEWWEITMimTn.
 • dwl7noly	
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries!
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
A Wtt-IUICTUITflMei
DRY GOODS
AND FURNISHINBS.
AT THE LOWEST PRICEI.
LUNDBOHM'B BLOOK,
c-mskU street,       Hew WMaaWasKr
noldwly JUIWT mmS, OGMJMWAW, mt WWNMMtVb ft tt, KOVMBEB & Ifiaa
p.ulo gritiflh flotombian
lat-ufer BteihM™ Mot, p. im.
ABYHTIIINO MTU FOB THI DAILY.
TnR_JeBlAdvertlMMeB(i.*-PlrtitluMi>
ttuu- Wets, per line Mild ^V™"1™&
*nl*^ioenlwneeat\vo\nMAlouMlM.ver
Hue. Advertlaementa not inaerted every
d-K-flr-t insertion, 10 cts. per line; subie-
qn.nt insertions, 5«tB. perllue.
-.Iiitidlug AdTertliementi.-Prp(eBBlon-
al or BiisTnew Cardn-12 per month. 8i>e*
rial ratea for general trade advertlalnff,
according to space occupied and duration
of contract. ■[   ,      .   , ,
Auction -ah--*, whendisplftyed-oharged
26 per ceuU lesft tOau transient advt*!, II
sol™l,ctmr™edatre_:nlartrftnHentrateB,
,p_Vl-.l Koileea among W'-^B ™«*r«
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iD-un-tei. by the month at reducedrates.
Blrt 'IK, Marriage™ and UeatUh,$1 for eacn
juaerlioilt Funoral Notice* In connection
with death., So cm. each meertion,
WEEKLY ADVERTISING UTEI,
T™ii«ifUtAdTrrtlitpmcnt».-FlmlnBe^
tlon, lu cts. per line nolid nonpareil! nub-
aaquent Inwrtloua, 7 ct*. per Una../
BUlidlu Advrrll-cmenli.-Profesalon-
al or Hu*lness Curds-.-l.60  per month.
Bpeoial rales for general trade advcrtlnln«,
Special Notices, Births, Marriages and
Deaths, same rates as Dally.
.•nt*- mewl beall met«l,nnd rorlurgoenli
_i mi. t rule ulU tic chars;-1.
_-#-. ...mis -aiiiiUni!  In n.lvii! -teineiitH
Niiouid bo -.-iiro'iii m sta a whethertuey
» .i/appoavlii ll... 1 .ally Bdl.ou.pr the
V.'««Hy.orUilh. A lilwir.nl reduction In
uiiide when lnsarteil in both. No ml vor
tlseUiBiit limerlt'ii for less Ihati 51.
saaaauiBKfifl
Who do not reiioivn tholr paper regularly,
frnm the Uarrlers or ihrmiBh th'' •'»sl
Oltloe, will confern favor by roporUng Ino
Bamo to the oflico of publication at onee.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Cout Lost Grant k Macluro
Oyster cocktails at Club saloon.
The barquo RenUm will ta. early
next week.
The police docket this morning was
bare of caiee.
Tho gulf waa clear of fog to-day for
the fint time this week.
Tha McKee Rankin Company arrived in thia city this momint..
Lots ot Sapperton and nil parts of
tho city, and at Brownsville, at W. J,
Wall" or & Co's. *
Alrjoi' & Foarson nro prepared to
loan money on farming lands at tlio
luwo-t current rates. far*
To-morrow being "Biblf Day,'' tlioro
will bo Bpocial services in tlio 1i\\ tisfc
church tn the evening.
Mothers & Milligan's fino now wharf
made a splendid place tor tho reception of the vi bo-regal party.
Tho str. Dunsmuir arrived from Na-
nntroq to day with a number of passengers and a full load of coal.
The str. Irving loft for Chilliwack
this morning with a full load of freight
and a number of passengers.
The str. Princess Louiso left for
Vietnria this morning with 80 tons
farm produce and SO passengers.
Bttt'g.iii) hunters will do well tu look
through W. &. U. Wolfeuden's stock
of Dry floods, Hata and Clothing, now
clearing at cost. *tc
The never-failing sigHH of storm and
dirty weather, the rings around the
uiomi tlio last two nights, brought the
moisturo experienced today.
To Farmers.—Mt'sara. Wood*,Turner
& (Jumble mako a specialty of lending
moiiey on farming lands; nny amount
frun'8100 to 820,000, ncoqrding to
security. "  '■ ool7m
The football match, Vancouver ta,
WeatininBtei', wliich was to have boon
played nt Hastings today, has been
poct'-oned until next Saturday on account of the rain.
Tho medical oouncil meets to-night
at the Queen's hotel for thu transaction
of bu-.n-._3. Owing to the ab.ciico of
several members the mooting which
was to have takon place list night, did
not oome off.
His excellency lhe governor-go tic nil
uud mite have been tendered an invitation by Mr. McKee Rankin to bo
present at thu opera house to-night,
whi'ii •■Tho Runaway Wifo" will bo
put ou ihe boards.
fie iimns on Simony will be pmi.hed
at St. Pauls, R. E. church, ns follows:
Morning, -'Two Reckonings;" evening,
the funeral senium on tho lute Frank
Emersou, which will be adapted ea*
pecielly for young muit.
Mr J. fi Moyliui, inspector of pent*
lontiaries, reporls Mint tho increase of
coiivt.t-i iu thu provinco will neces*
sitatu tlm construction of an additional
wing of tho New Westminstor penitentiary. Hu lias recommended that an
buditioii of seventy foot to tho present
building be orootud;
Mr. C. C. Fisher will address tho
meet .ig at tlm V. M. O. A. to-morrow
at ™ p. iu. Ho will also conduct special
services every evening noxt woek, except Thursday, at S o'clock. There
will ho a song sorvico at tho rooms tonight nt 8 o'clock, and the class in
phot.-i-idphy will be held at 7 o'clock.
Frank Emerson, who died through
injurit-u received in a runaway accident, w s buried to-day with I. O. CJ.
T. honors. The Rev. Mr. Haddon
performed t he funeral service, and
alter reaching tho Masonic cemetery
the brethren of tho ordor performed
their prescribed rights over the grave.
At the adjourned general meeting
of shuri'lioldeis nf the B, C. Smoking
Co. hold a few duys since in London,
no decision was arrived at ivspecting
any nn-ungeiiient-t for providing further
capital in order In startup the smi-ltcr.
It appears probable ttiat the company
will go iuto liquidation nnd ita property
be disposed of to discharge its liabilities.      ^^^^^^^^^^
Tlie Hnnnwny Wire.
A vory quaint and thoughtful bit of
acting is dnnu by McKuo R .nkin in
the third act uf ihu "Runaway Wife,"
whon thn wife sees ber blind husband
nnd falls ftinting to tho floor, the latter
does uot ri.ilii'.o that sho hns fainted.
Not a word is sprken for a moment,
then th. bltm! man shown a sudden,
Btnrth-d wprMsiiiti, and raises his oyo-
brows in surprise. Tho aot explains
it-elf. Although no one speaks, it conveys tho idea that some ono has Baid,
''She's f-iiuted," aud he fails to understand why she should. The "Runaway
Wife" will be played at Herring's
opera house this ovening.
Here Alaska Canneries.
. Mr, J. C. Catlbrenth, uf the lirm of
Cailbreath. Grant & Cook, of Cassiar,
lias associated himself with a number
of American *•. ip-Uli.ta with the object
of going iuto tho salmon canning business. Thoy pVnpoaeto erect u mam
moth cannery on Prinoe of Wales Island in tlio spring at an outlay of $50,-
000. It Is said that the bost situ for a
cannery in the north has beon purchased from four hind hunters at a good
round figuiv, und with . capacity of
1500 cases per day a golden harvest is
•nticipnted by the entorprising gentle*
men.—Times.
War oa a Whits ftheet.
Tho leoture, "War on a Whito
Sheet," given by Mr. Frederick Vil*
Hers last night at the opera house was
not ns well attended as had been anticipated. The floor of the housu was
woll tilled at tho front and in lho gallery a fair sprinkling could ho observed.
The decorations of the house looked a
little lonely and as if they wnntod to bo
used. At about 8:30 p.m. the store*
opticou having beon put in working ordor tho lecturer attired in bis
fighting costume of tweeds, knickerbockers, Norfolk shooting jacket,
heather stockings, btown leather laco
boots, huge revolver in its holst.r
hanging handy, a Hold knifo and the
Turkish hood over his shoulders. A
most manly and thoroughly British
figuro it wns, and his easy and unconstrained manner and his evident desiro
to do his best in tho lecture made tho
audience feel quite at homo with him
and olloited from them frequent rounds
ot hcaity applause. The pictures
chown ou tlio sheet weru rough
sketches done ou tho battlo field, aud
what ihoy lacked in finish they certainly mnd. np in thoso skillful pencil
dashes that tell moro than the most elaborate work. Tiie horrors of tho
RusBo-Turkish campaign, lho groat
battlo of Plevna, tho redoubt of tho
firavitn. and the tumble smuggle at
Rndishova, to all of which tho lecturer
had boon an eye-witness, wero described in a Bimplo easy wny just na
othor peoplo talk ubout matt ore of
course. From tho snows of tho Sliipka
Pass the audience was transported
suddenly into the glare of the Egyptian
aun, and among the gorgeous palaces of
Alexandria, all ablaze during tho bombardment. Then the trials and privations of the British army on tho great
expedition to relieve Khartoum were
shown and described. The lecturer
enlivened tho descriptions with amusing anecdotes and the recital of comical
personal ao ..iturcs The great batilo
of Abu Kl.a was stirringly described,
nnd tbo po. trait of Col. Fred. Burnaby, who lost bis life in that hot fiijht
drew applause from the audience. Tlio
descriplioh of tho bloody bnttlc fought
on tho banks of tho Nilo aftet
leaving Lho -.areba, wns exciting, and
tho narration oftho coolness nnd perfect discipline of the British soldiers
in t'acc of overwhelming legions of howling Arabs, and ttie manner in which
they n-ored down their fanatical foes
with volley after volley from the deadly Martini-Henry, provoked enthusiastic applause from tho hearers. At
the conclusion of his lecturo his lordship, Bishop Sillitoe rose and proposed
a hearty vote of thanks to tho talented
lecturer for tho interesting entertainment lie had given; tho bishop also referred jn humorous terms to tho accident to tho Amphion, and suggested
that it might figure as a thrilling incident in nomo future lecture in sonic
other pu.t of tho world. Tho vote of
thanks waa heartily given, and in responding Mr. Villiers said the Colonist
account of tho accident was ull wrong,
and must have been purely imagination on the part of tho writer; it was
very incorrect; (a voice in the rear,
"It's never anything elso"). He wai
pleased to see that tho other papers got
tolerably correct accounts of it.
Allc2<-d Etrearli or Contract.
Early yesterday morning Capt, Sol.
Jacobs of tho Mollio Adams, wns ar*
rtstod on a capjns by Provincial Police
Sergeant Langley, ponding tho settlement of tho case heard in Chambers on
Saturday, in which an injunction was
applied for by Baxter it Co. to restrain
Capt, Jacobs from concluding a sale of
Lho schooner's catch, it being alleged
that they were contracted for in Seattle,
and their non-deliverance across the
line had subjected the buyers to considerable loss. The caso has been enlarged until Monday next, Messrs.
Davio ,.- Bod will appearing for thu
plaint IF, and Messrs, S. P. Mills nud
A. Jj. Belyoa for tho defence Tho
Bailors getting wind of the captain's arrest, they visited U. S. Vice-Consul
Marvin, Col, Stevens being absent
from tho city, aud with his advice, visited Messrs Drake, Jacktion & Helmcken
and obtained a replevin ou tho skius,
to enable them to secure their wages
nud percentage of the catch in tho event
of Baxter winning the suit.— Thursday's Colonist.
Loggers Kepnrltd Mlrmlng.
Tho steamer Rustler brings down
the news thnt tw_> parties of hand
loggers nro reported missing. Ono of
tho roports refors to Sam Mnllior und
his partner, who were logging nt Butt)
Inlet, for tho Moodyville mills It
wns reported that thoy had taken out
200,000 of logs, but when Mr. VV.
Blaney passed there last woek there
tvns not a sign of a log. uud tho hotuo
had been burned down. Cnpt, Green
has been written to about thetii, but
neither he or Mr. Blaney hnd soen the
first trnco of them. Tho other pntty,
also comprising two men (names not
known), were hand lugging al Humphrey Channel laBt Juno or July; a report camo that thoso men wore not on
their claim, und a man w.i. sent ovor
to see and ho rc-port.d thn men away,
but that boom chains, provisions and n
few logs woro ou tho he .ch, It was
then thought that the men had gono to
a new camp, but no word has been
heard of them since. Parlies there a
week or two ago say thn chains and
provisions aro thero still, it is generally feared that theso havo met with
foul play from Indians, and thu peoplo
in that section think that tho mattor
Bhould be investigated by the authorities.— Free Press.
[From first page."!
Cbildfen'Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
of the corporation  of  the  district of
Surrey. James   Punch,
Reeve,
Henry T.TiiHiF.',
O. M. 0.
His excellency replied as follows.
Mr. Mayor, Mr. President of the Hoard
of Trade, the Reeve of the Municipality
of Delia and tht Reeve of the District
of Surrey,
Gentlemen,
I beg to thank you collectively for
these kind addresses, nnd for thu
hearty welcome accorded mu. My
only regret is that tho time of my arrival falls on a day that will uot enable
mo to see all tho many industries for
whioh this oity is famous. Tho unforeseen causes which prevented our coming on the day arranged were circumstances beyond our control. All that
is to bu Baid concerning tho accident is
that "all's woll thnt onds woll," and
had it not been for tho skill and coolness of the officers and orew, and tlio
magnificent discipline of the ship, you
might havo been speculating to-day
(and I hope not without somo regret)
as to who your next governor-genera I
would bo (laughter), However, I am
glad to be with you, and to have an opportunity of seeing some of the industries for whioh your eity is famous (applause). I am. glad to noto that a
gentleman of this fair city has beon
suaoeisful in carrying off the first prizo
for fruit againat the whole broad Dominion, and in offering my congratulations to Mr. Thomas Cunningham allow mo to hope it is only the forerunner of a long series of victories to
come (applause). I hnvo traveled from
one end of tho province tothe other,
aud have heard much of her glorious
prospectB, but until my avriv.it here I
did not realize the truth of what the
country is really capable of. I havo
had tho opportunity of seeing nil tlio
great industries of tho Dominion, and
I will take the trouble t> acquaint
myself with the wants of the industries
in your city so that I may inform iny
government of them (applause). I
have much pleasure in congiatulattng
New Woitminster ou the double railway
facilities which she will soon enjoy; it
will tend to crcato in thi.* city nnd tho
surrounding district new markets which
ure sometimes wanting. "Trado follows the flag," but it rests with thoso
who aru most active in the inter*sts of
the city to make tho Irado for it
(applause). I have no doubt that
when this province becomes belter
settled and Us needs become much
greater it will bo found nece.is.iry to
u'-uin double your railroad facilities.
It affords ino the greatest pleasure lo
visit tbi-i tho royal eity, nud not
termed so without .owe right.
Your devotion to Hor Majosty
tho Queen of this vast Dominion,
and to the laws and customs of Canada
and Britain, give mo tho deepest pleasure, (Applause). Thero is no necessity for making a set speech on thia
occasion, and again I tlianli you most
respectfully for tho very hearty manner in which we havo beon greeted by
tlie poopio of Westminster. You have
kindly expressed tbe hopo that tho
present would not bo my Inat viait,
which hope I echo, and trust at somo
future date to again cotigivituhite your
citizens, and tho district in general, on
still greater evidences of prosperity,"
Great applause greeted the conclusion of his excellency's speech, which
was delivered in such a sincero manner
and pleasant terms us to win tho good
will of nil who had the pleasure of
hearing him, A few minutes later tho
party went aboard thu Snuison to enjoy a trip on ttio river, and ns tho vessel pulled out from tho wharf Oapt.
Peelo called for threo cheers for his
excellency, whioh were given with right
good will.
Proceeding up the river to the Ross-
McLaren Milla the Samson's spued wns
checked and the vice regal party hud a
good luok at that 1111111011.0 structure,
the particular points of interest nb'iut
which wero explained by his worship
tho mayor. Steaming up the river
again towards tho Bon Accord
Cannery a splendid viow of the
Fraser valley with the islands
was obtained iu spite of
tho pouring rain which cumo down for
somo minutes very heavily. Arrivo .
nt the cannery the entiro party disembarked and were taken chnigo of by
Aid. Ewon, who conducted his dis'tin*
guiahed visitors through the extensive eshiblhbnioufc and explained in nu
interesting manner the . lodtw operandi
of canning. The visitors seemed much
struck . itli tlie Inrgo scale on which
tho buoiness is curried on, und betrayed great interest iu the various details
connected with it. From the onn-
nory tho party went up tho track to
the hatchery, crossing the tr.ick of the
Westminster Southorn, all rendy for
the lies and rails. Soveral of tho city
aldermen weru considerably astonished
at the appearance of the track; thoy
did not expect to see it iu quite suoh a
finished slate. Tho Messrs, Mowat
took charge of the vititors at tho hatch-
ery and look great pains to explain the
process of hatching and handling
tlio saini'iu ova. Not only the noble
strangers, but many of tho Westmin-
sterites were astonished as well as delighted nt tho peculiar process. About
half nn hour was spent in viewing the
hatchery and His Lordship and Mr.
Thomas Mowat went up to tho reservoir
whero tho water to food the ova basinsis
stored. A return was mado to the
Samson and the steamer headed down
stream. Although raining hard us the
steamer came opposite Sapperton a
Buperb view of tho thriving suburb,
thu pouitt-ntinry grounds and the eastern part of tho city was obtained.
Keeping well over to the Brownsville
shore tho view of the city became moro
beautiful every yard the steamer went
onward. Tho now brick blocks lately
erected guvo it a line, substantial appearance, and it was with excusable
prido that lho Weatminsterites gazed
enthusiastically on the royal city, Tho
giivernor-generul uud bis suite wero
rory much impressed with tho beauty
of the scene. Taking a grand sweep
towards the Nortii Arm the Samson
was brought to duck at tlio Royal City
Planing Mills' wharf. Hore Ex-Mayor Henilry received tho visitors and
showed tho way through tho vast establishment. Tho ornamental woodwork department was first visited, and
the flue specimens of fancy wood-work
woro much admired. The saws were
next visited nnd somo hiiyo logs were
cut in thu presenco of tho visitors
and the party woro muoh astonished nt
the ease and facility with which such
enormous sticks of timber wore disposed of, and greatly impressed with tho
exactitude r.nd regularity of tho work.
The various other wood-working machines were next visited and a view of
the Ronton, loaded deep in the water
with her cargo of timber for Australia,
Wits taken. Aftor taking a very
thorough survey of tho planing mills
lho visitors were convoyed to Sippur-
ton for lunch, Later in thu alter-
no ni Mis Excellency puid a visit
to thu British Columbia penitentiary, whero Mr. Wurden McBrido
explained tlie innnngement aud
discipline of tho institution, with all
of which Lord Stanley was favorably
impressed. It was a part of the programmo that Lady Stanley should
plant the first tree in Queen's park,
but tho ceremony was performed by
proxy, by Lord Stanley, owing to a
slight indisposition on tho part of her
ladyship. After I ho coromony tho
silver spado with which tho earth was
turned, was pic-ciitcd to L-idy Stanley The spado bore tbo following inscription, "Prosentod to Lady Stanley, by the corporation of thu city of
New Westminster, on the occasion of
her planting lho fust treo iu'Queen's
park, November Oth, 1880."
At 0 o'clock this evoning His Excel*
celency nnd Lndy Stanley will hold a
reception at the opera houso, nnd at 8
o'clock the vice-regal party bid farewell to Westminster and leavo for the
enst.
The vicoregal party consisted of the
Govcnior-floncrahLi. ly Stanley; Lady
Alice nnd Miss Stanley, Miss Lister,
the Hon. Mr. Stanley, Cnpt. Colville,
a'ulc-decttmp to his excellency; Capt,
MoMahon und Sir James Grant.
Brr-H lino iiu nt Cost nl Wolf. mtr 11 \_,
Overcoats, Clothing and Gentlemen'
Furnishings, suitable for present and
winter use, clearing at cost prions, at
W. & G. Wolfendon's. -*to
Wholesale €lt) Market.
Beef,  per 100 lb., live weight 14 00 &
"■-'-   7 0_(s
  sool
Pork
Mutton "          s
PoiutofjR.new "        a	
Cabbage        "	
Onions "         1
Wlieat "          1
Out. "           1
I'l'iia "           1
Ilay,       per ton    10
Bolter (rolls) per tt>	
Clieenc, "   	
Eggs,       perdoz	
(.on!wo-i-i fret-iil]> pereuru   •>
Applos, por box...	
Hlilos'gr'ulner 100 lbs..
(dry)
Wool, perib...
450
760
000
70(9 100
60® 100
00@ 160
609 000
(03 125
25(31 1 60
00314 00
259 80
14® 15
36® 40
60® 4 00
BOG. 100
0O3 GOO
COS WOO
0®     11
MAX.   MIN.   KAIN.
Sundny 63.0     411.0    0.83
Monday 51.0     -12.0
Tiicuday  .8.0     411.0    0.27
Wednesday 5t,0     45.0    0.08
Thursday 510     47.0
Friday 5-1.0     47.0    O.0fl
Bntunlny - 54.0     41.0    0.11
Wind, ruin, humid, fog, clear, calm,
A. Public, Capt'n.
A STAItVIXtl POPULATION.
Halifax, N.S., Nov. 8.—There is a
report that there is much distress
nmong tho fishermen nt Terence Bay
and Lower Prospect, west Halifax,
and it is continued; nearly half the
population in ench village is on the
brink of starvation owing to the failure
of thu fishing. Twenty or thirty person! of each place, numbering nearly
COO porsons, have consumed every
scrap of food they oould obtain. Provisions will have to be sent to them or
many will undoubtedly perish frum
hunger.
Whoa Baby was slok, we fi»Ts ber Cailorla,
When she wu a Child, the cried for Castoria.
Whon she becamo Miss, the clung to Castor!*,
Wisn sh* bad Childnn, she b»ts thom Outorii
BAPTIST CHURCH, Agnes Streot,
Enst of Mnry Btreet Lord's Day
Services nt 11 a. m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
School amiBlblH Class at 2:30 p. m. All
seat.free; strangers cordially welcomed.
—Itov. TIioh. 1-iildwin, piiBtor.
Methcmmp-t c nunc ii, Mury
Streot. ltev. J. IT. While, Pnstor.
Services nt, 11 n. ni. und 7 p. in. Sunday
Scliool nnd Bible Class 2:80 p. 10. Tmyer
Mooting on TimrM'lays at 7.80p.ni, Bents
free; strangers conllullyliivltcd.	
ST. PAUIj'S cnUH.CH, John Street,
Opposito Oral)**--- Hull, Hev. Tbomns
Haddon, Pastor, Services every Sunday
at lin. m. nmi 7 n. m, Thursday ovonlngs
at 7::Jli o'clock. Scuts free; ull uro corillally Invltedi Sunday Scliool atatgOp. m.
r-IlUlU-H OP BH.OLA'.D. —IIOM'
U  TRINITY   OHDIK_H;   Hector,  Tlio
lilshnp. S. MAUY'S (MIUIH'H; Hector.
The ven, Archdeacon Woods. .•H'l-vk-:-'-
In but li churches every day. All nenta
free. Both churches open all day for private prayer,	
I3UESWVTE1UAI. CHURCH (ST.
ANDREW'S), corner Carnarvon and
Ulaokwood Sts. Rev. Thos. Scouler, pastor. Services ntn 11, in. and 7p m.; Sun-
liny-school uml Rlhloclnss at 2.;W p. m.j
Prayer-moetlngon Thursdny ovonlngs at
7.30.  Seats free: HtranK.is welcome.
KP.-ROYAL LODGE NO. 0. ItCRulnr
. Meeting every Tuesday night al r
o'clock. Oddfellows'Hall, Visiting Brethren welcome.--,!. K. 1C_ HiiiT, IC.of!'.. Aft.
f" O. G. T_-.EX_~l.r_SlOK LODOB NO. 8
I. meets every Monday evening at 8 o'clock, In tho Temperance Hall, Coluinhin
St, Visiting members nro cordlnlly Invlt-
ed.-W. C. Love, Roc. Sec.
AO. P.-UOU11T LOUD DUFFERIN,
, No. (WW. The regulnr meetings of
the nbovo Court nro held ut the Foresters*
Hall,on llio flrstnnd third Wednesday In
CALEDONIA ta -ST. ANDREW'S
SOCIBTY.-T11C regular meetings nf
this Association nro iield nn (ho lust Tuch-
duy of encli mouth, ut ..o'clock p.m. Alt
Scotchmen nro Invited to attend,-John
BOIB.BOC,
WC. T. U.-REOULAR MEETING
, every Weilnesdiiy nfternoon nt S
o'clock at the W. O. T. U. Heudijunrlers,
DoilgliiB SI, Loyal l.e;.on In (ho lfi!ne
placo every Friday aftornoon.—Mm. .Ia.,
Cu*...iNoiiAM, President) Mas, J. A, Cu_s'-
MKf-iiAM, Secretary.
» UNION LUnUK No, l>, A. P.
^ff\jf ■** A. HI.-The rogular meet-
jLj\ Ings of tills Lodge are held In
/ v\ the Masonic Temple on ihellr.it
Wednesday In each month, nl 7:H0o'clock
p.m. Sojourning hrelliren nro cordially
invited lo attend.-W. C. Coatham. Hoe.
BOARD OP TRADE. Board Room,
Oddfellows Brick Block, mi-Ntalrs
Council montfl oil Iho tlrst Wednesday
In each mouth, at 4 n, in. Quarterly
meetings on the 22nd ol Feb., May., Aug.,
nnd Nov., ut 7:30 p. m. New mombors
mnviic proposed mid elected nt any.Quarterly tnoetlng.—D. Ronsos, See,
Coat Lost.
A BLACK WATERPROOF COAT with
J\, capo attaohod and silk handkerchief
in pocket, wus lost on Thursday between
Vancouver and NewWestminster. Will
tiio Under ploa..c scud it toUrnnt A Maelure's .hoe store. dno9 31
DissolutiflnjfPartnersliip,
VTOTIOB IS HEREBY OIVEN TIIA'I
±H tbopaTtnorsliinherotoforosubBlstlug
bid ween ub, the undersigned, as imicii.-rs,
hus been tills dny dissolved hy mutual
consent, All debts owingt. tli.snld pun.
norsliipure to be nnidioS. Manahnn,at
the London Market, und nil olnlma
against tllO Said partnership nro to bo presented to the pnld s. Manahan, by whom
thosamo will bn setlled.
Dated ut New Westminster, tin-1st dny
of November, iffiffl.
MANNAHAN A REICHENBACH.
Wllnoas-A. ll. PAmitiuoK.      dm-lml
NOTICE OFJISS0LUTI0N,
5HIE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between W.J. Corbelt nnd
T. Kennedy, in- tinsmiths, etc , has tills
dnv been dissolved by inutunl consent.
All Claimsaglllnst the Into llrm.nnd nil
bills duo to sumo to be pnld hy nnd to Wi
.1. Corbott, wlio will ooiitluii. tlioohliirm'-s
business. w, 3, conBETT,
THOMAS KENNEDY.
A LARGE LOT OF STOVES Just, arrived per Q.lMt, tbat must bo sold at
onee as 1 lmve not liei'ii niile to procure a
Hilltnblo store to show (hem.
W. .1. CORBETT,
oelHdlni In rear of Hank of 11. C.
W. BREDEMEYER, DR, PH.
(Lato Partner of John MoVlcker)
MINING ENGINEER, U.S. A PROVINCIAL SURVEYOR, A A8SAYI.R.
Masonic Tkmpi_k Block, Vancouver,
Hrl t. Col.
erReltahle reports, underground surveys and maps or mines executed ntlow
niton.   Assays mndo on nllklndsof minerals, gold and silver bars. Thirty yours'
experience   in mining In Aslu, Fnrojio
and United StateB of America.  Speaks
ten litnuiingcs.   Asuays from a distance
promptly attended to.   Addross Vancouver, B.U. rtdolTto
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOUOALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
aarHatlsraotloDffuaraatssisil,      ilapl8™
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
fllM-l*-.!
330-333 CORDOVA BTB1ET,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Importers and Dealers in
MACHINERY
OV ALL DKSORITIONH,
MARINE W0RK~™ SPECIALTY.
•isTll«™_i
youths vn—jja 11a.
BBMOVAL..
HERBERT O. ROSS,
General Commission Merclul,
HAS REMOVEI) UIS OFFICE FBOM
She Hnmloy Block to next sloos- to
Johnston's llool Sloro ansl lis prepared to
lssssssllo ssll Isinsls of Sloosls ami Proslisssc on
commission. il-vnosml
Saturday, Nov. lllll, 188™.
SPECIAI, ENGAGEMENT OF THE EMINENT ACTOR
Hr. McKee Rain
SUPPORTED HY
Miss Mabel Bert,
AND A POWERFUL COMPANY OF
PLAYERS IN
TheRnnawayWife
A Beautiful Domestic Story.
A Poem of Every-day Life.
POPULAR PRICES, 81,00,75 rents and
50 ets.j ehildron, bnlf price; Reserved seats
now on sulo ut Herring's drug store,
AludyorgontlemnnPlnniHt wanted for
this occasion. finoSt
of Ease ana
Follovrti tlio two o! Byrti
acts gently On tho
Kidneys, Liver
.bowi-i-S
Effectually Cleansing
Costivo or BUk
tiio Sysfc:
Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fever..
end pernmacatly curing
HABmJAX, CONi-XirAT-tO?:
without weakening or irritating tho _.*-
cans on wliich ibacto,
For en. o lu »C-i ho .tie™ hy nil Loading
Druggists.
ItAKUiatTUltL") OSIif DY THU
OAUIOPsHIA HS SYEUP 00
Sa.. Ca.uit'iBOC. Cal
IJ.ffMR.C0.
HANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
ITsi.epiiose No. 56.]
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND.
CilARTEHED ACCOUNTANTS ANO AUDITORS
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
Lontlou nnd Lanoathlre Fire ami
British Umpire Llf* Insnrauct
Couiptuile..
Kew Wen miu tier Building -_*_ci<-1 *..
AcconntsT-nl'■ Office, Diocese of N.W.
OHy Audi (.in, 1™86- lvr.7 and IB HI.
ADVIflfl CLIENTS IN  THE BUYING
AND SELLING OP REAL PROPER-
TV IN THE CITV AND DISTRIOT,
and other monetary transaction™
Havo sevornl good Investments on Uiolr
bonks, and till new comers will do well to
cull before doliij* lnnd ness elsewhere,
dwildoly
Hi
25 •>•*
o*«
o
We are now opening a repeat line of
Carpets and Linoleums, also, large invoices of White and Colored Blankets.
Our stock of House Furnishings is the
most complete on the market notwithstanding the immense sales of the past
month.
Specials this Week:—Linen Crumb
Cloths, all colors.
reeman
THE LEADINC DRY GOODS HOUSE.
HMKtt™]-: ItLO'II..
NEW WESTMINSTER.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
Are now Showing their Complete Line of
_______ lings!
THK LATEST THINGS IN NEGLIGEE FLANNEL
SHIRTS, PIOUE POINT SHIRTS, SMOKING JACKETS and DRESSING GOWNS, WHITE DRESS VESTS
and the most complete and best assorted stock of TIES in Windsors, Derbys, Puffs, Knots, Bows, &c,
UNDERWEAR has received our attention and in consequence our stock is right as to price, quality and make,
GLOVES of all kinds. Wc arc agents for a leading eastern
make.
We are showing tlie "correct" thing in Head-gear; a glance
at our stock will prove this.
"Quartermain" is the latest in Linen Collars.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
The Largest Clothing & Gents' Furnishers ln New Westminster.
its-NEXT DOOR BANK OP MONTREAL.■_«
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
U_a_i.I,™_4  XXT
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Laloradox 'ESexxixig's,
2\£ac__:e_e_, Salt Ood,
Armour'™ *C_ic. __*Ear_is,
_™_x__ao-ar'e "CT*ac. Bacoxi.
STlo-ax. Bran. Slioxte,
flTHIOUEST FRIGES PAID FOB FARM PRODUCE.
-™wi*       . Somilia. Armstrong Blotrk, Columblh ft.
JAMES ELLARD _ CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
IN ALL THE LATEST STYLES AND SHADES,
 ALSO	
A LARUE ASSORTMENT of BLANKETS
QTTIXj.FS,
New Art and Chenille Curtains,
_£__B™L -POETIEJRBS.
A SPLENDID LINE OF
BleiM nl !1™M Title Linens
NAPKINS, SIDE BOARD COVERS, 4c.
The largest assortment of All-Wool Kidderminster, Tapestry
and Brussels Carpets, Door Mats, Hearth Rugs, and
Smyrna Rugs to be found in the Province.
PRICES RIGHT.
LONDON HOUSE,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
_P.
mt
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PUTED WAKE, iC.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES,
A lull lino is! Hncctiiclcs & Eyc-Olasses In steal, rulslsssr, silvor as" ™i>l
fl-simcs.   The finest Pobbles sisado, ti per pairj nil sights suited.
Special -Attention givon to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Haviusj ksiw .
business thoroughly from some of tlse finest Horologe™ in England, asssl asis . '• s
managed the svatcli-repuiiing slcpartmeute of is fesv of the ljust firms oss tls 'Is.
nesitof America, is a raffissscntguarantee sit good wos'ltsnanship. l_rus«rl' I is-
ger for nearly 8 yeans cf the svell.kssosvn firm of Savage b Lysssan, Msn, .si.
Charges Moderate,
Mom™™.!,, Dec, 1887.—Mr. 1*. Crake.—Assdsv. Robertson, _si| , Clia" h  i sit
Montreal Harbor Oomsniasioneiss, says: "I nevcrfounda Watohmiker ss'isu ■ ; 'so
svell for mo ns you slid whon in iMontreal, and lameorrvyounrpnot lsorelsi-dis., '
,:      dwsspUtc |Sggj*g&g;    ;	
ckTcurtis & co.
AGENTS B, LAURANOE'S SPECTACLES.
Wholesale and Eetail 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 olfcr the whole of their
Choice, New, Well Selected and Well Bought Stock of Dry
Goods and Clothing at
Cost Prices for Cash.
A raro chance 1_ now oltcrcd to intending |)urcliaacrs, as the stock conisiataol
gooda just suited for tlio {-resent and comma season. All fresh and in primo order
and purchased in tliu best foreign markets at rock    Horn prices.
Sale to commence on Munday, tho 16th instant, and to continue until lho wholo
of tho stock has been closed out, KI.M1.MBKU THE PLACE: Cor nn* of Columbia and Mary Streets.
W. & Q. 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 MAROHE,
SPECIAL BARGAINS in New Dress
Goods, Jackets, Paletots, Dolmanettes,
and Ulsters.
A Large Assortment of MEN'S SUITS
from $7.00.
WALKER & SHADWELL,
dwHIOft COhVUBU STBBRT.
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