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Array YOLTJMK 2
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 11, 188T.
NUMBER 85
fails irifiSaiffltbnibiaii
Mio* Evening, Fekraary 11, ISM.
Poor Canada!
001
s]
tion bill is now followed by a dec
juration that he believes North
America is destined to be one re.
publio, bounded on the north by the
insuperable obstacle to the annexation of Canada, or Mexico, and assorts that tho only safety for America lies in unification of Ihe conti
nent uncU*f«i« houogSd«d.j> government The idea is by no means
a now one, but it has slumbered for
several years. The necessity of
maintaining our own national existence and of healing, the wounds
of oivil wai- have put bill of sight
ths dreams of manifest destiny
whioh captivated so many during
the time that the United States was
at peace at home and abroad. But
tho contention with Canada into
whioh we have fallen lends a new
interest to the topic, and the atond
taken by so pro^e^.Voj*nj.».s
Senator lngalli gives the ides niw
life and vigor. As to Canada, littlo
stands in {he way of peaceful annexation except tradition and a
superstitious rsrereneo for the Brit
ish onjwh'^ndM^o/IMce. Loyalty to Great Britain is rather the
result of education, so far as the
present generation is concerned,
than of any feeling of deep devotion; or obligation, to the mother
country.' Engli.h lejiilatiori of Into
years has' been"alTih the direction
of permitting a peaceful separation
of the colonies whenever they should
so elect The ..royal authority is
rather if >Ubjaice than; Ih fact,
all the Britiah colonise being practically autonomous. It will be only
a question of self-interest with Canada when she will .'cast in her fortunes with the United States, and
we apprerrend that no serious opposition would be'raade on the part of
Gnat Britain. Whenever Canada
shall see that she will be better off
as a state of the republic than as a
colony of Great Britain the ehai.ge
will come about, and that without
war or bloodshed. With regard to
Mexico and Central Ameriee, the
conditions are somewhat different.
Sines their acquisition of indepen
deuce from the Spanish yoke these
nations have been characterised by
a spirit of turbulence; and ;unrest,
whioh is liberty run tmi. iHsre
and there a great leader has appeared, and under lu> strong hand
order has succeeded "tb chaos for a
time; bnt soon the turning wheel
ciphrwitf'*i»fn»nt uppermost, end
again anarchy has ruled.   Of Iuto
ment and the rule of law, and it is
very doubtful whether the Mexican
aad Central Amerioan republics
wonld consent at this time to aban
don thay,experiments at self-government, ttta'to become integral portions of the United State^', ■!*•"*
would have to be some especial benefit shown to them to induce them
hood of statea Should thejr'become
involved in war with » foreign coun-
try it mlghtfktll be tb»t|% .Would
hasten to put themselves Under the
flag of our union. So far us Mexico
is cowemeU, it is pMbuH. that the
Americanising of that country, end
its development by means of railroads, and the-fhtrodaction of capi-
tsl from the United States, will in
time operate in favor of annexation
to that.lilterftouatry,chough the
not rapid, especially in the direction of abandonment of national
identity and the merging of the
nation into a larger one, but it is
not   impossible nor impracticable,
nay well In pardoned when it is
excited by th. vision oft a republic
stretching from the North; Pole to
the Isthmus of Darien, and from
tho Atlaiitio tothe Pacifloj a republic ao great and stromi as to dictate
ths polioy of civiliiation and sit the
supreme arbiter of   the  nations,
a«ttiWJWnjBd>[of t^MdlJ
lt would not take tong to settle
Ty WOLF OHITH, M. D.
OFFIOE-Olarkson street, eypo.lt. r»r
enWenc. of Colonial Hotel.
OFFICE HOURS-lo a. in, to 11 noon; 3
to 5; and 6:99 to s p. m. dnolOto
| Jt.MAOs.ilAH, B. A., H.D.,C.M.
OFFIOE: M.Ken.1. street, next door to
Drill Shed.
RESIDENCE: Agnes Street, third houso
from Mary Street.
OFFICE HOURS: 10 to 18; 1 to 5; 0:30 to8.
IT   M. COOPER, B. A, M.D.,
'    PHYSICIAN A SCROEON,
OFFIOE and RESIDENCE-Ohuroli 81.
tnext door to Formers' Rome), near
Columblast., New Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE KOURS-a to 10 a. in.: 1 lo 3 and
a In town and coun-
idcd to. retto
S.S0to8p.m. Gallal
■&m^srmie
C"
art* * l«ou,
BARRISTERS,
SOLICITORS, ETC
Office, Mokeu.le Street, New Westmlniter,
and Vancouver, B. 0. JySldwto
T,
O. ATKINSON,
RARR1STER, SOLICITOR, *o.
MoKensle Street,
dwfeioto New Westminster, B. C.
VTT   NORMAN BOLD,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
LandAgent Money to Loao.
Colombia Street
■eJto N.w Westmln.ter, B.O.
c,
H. CLOW,
ARCHITECT.
OFFICE, for tbe preiunt, at residence on
Clinton Street.
MT Word may be left at Ihe Columbian
Office. dwfeStc
'HPT. PITTENDRIGH,
LAND  AQENT, AC, AC*
McKeuile Street. N.W.
a  a. uowiu.
A.    Formerly Howie, Hill A Rlckman,
been to announce tbat he will reiume but*
Sarveyar, Heal btate Braker awl
-Vmmveymmeer
On and after the Slut InitanL  Offlee, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Port Moody.
HlDto
rn j. trapp, \
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columblastreet,...
..New Weatmlmter
^ All commission), will rouelve prompt
and careful attention. Beat reference!
given when required. mhia-tc
W. D. FERRIS,
LAID. BOISE uJ BflBtAL ABBOT
Rem ana Debt Collector.
mun «U0D FARMS for uu.
Agent ier ike mniai un mt
AdiMirr ■•weance compani,
Ceut.
OFFICK:-Ferrl. Street, N.w Westminster, felte
P
RAND BROS.
B AL BIT ATB BROKERS,
C,n,if,t_t,n, c.ll..l.rs,
Aed lBnwu.ee Af.mi.,
Office. .IVICTORtAt Fort street,
NEW WESTMINSTER: Comer
MoKen.l. and Clarkson Bis.
VANC6UVER, Cordova Hire.!.
HUII.DINO LOTS for sal. In all section.
of Vancouver aad N.w Weatmlnater Cily.
FARM LANDS of .uperlor quality for
■al. kl Chilliwhack, l\,rt Hammond,
Ijm.lfy, Malaqul, sumaa, Mud Bay, Ladner's Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
and Plti River.
Map. and Plan. eihlblted and th. full-
eat Information furniihed et all ouromou
t    fewto , *.
Wools, taMani
..'.,■ ■    ' i   ■
UND SURVEYORS,
rire, Uf*, Accldtit *
luiranee.
Marine
the fisheries question if our government hak)^.biption enough to treat
the Canadian, u the Canadian gov
eroaent treats Amerioan fishermen.
Of cauna Canada will, keep the long
«",n'r*'.Ny ,¥w. \9„, har hands as
loaa as she can do so without peril
to her enterprises.— Chicago Newt.
mm
Hetber Grave.' Worm Eaterminator Is
llama, to takei .ere and .Bectnil In
f ominion Express Comp'y, Id.
lattera Canilai Ink Notes
Bomht and Bold.
OOLUMBIA BTREET,
Teloeaoo.*        n»
 ■■':'  .' 4Wle'.
Skiff Found.
0[iVkS%*^*8BE»--»
PITT &  00.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
—Ann-
General Commission Ag'ts
VANCOUVER. B. O.
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
         feCTto
PORT HAMMOND
NURSERY
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STRKKT • yiOTOKIAT
jk.aaarTs TOB
Nortii British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C.
BEETON eV CO.,
IMI Fln.bury Clrcut,
London, E. C,
THE CLARENCE
Corner Tales A Douglas Streets,
VICTORIA, B. C.
FMIKO. *ICHA*0!,J|.   •   •   -   LESSEE
TOURISTS' HEADQUARTERS; FIR8T
Claa. In .very respect   Felly snn.
BUM wllh all (iMvealeares of Modern
[Men. New and Elegant In all It. Ap-
     ipi—   ....
■let wllh all ftnrasleac*. or
-latels. Hew and Elegant in r"
polntroenta.  Priors Moderate.
Thi. magnificent Hotel Is now open for
the reception of Quest..
ear-No pain, will be .pared by the roan
agement lo make tbis Hr''
attractive.
anent to make this Hotel pleasant and
—.„— doo'ite
THOS. OVENS,
MANUFACTURER OP
Bifies, Carriages,
■^r^_.<3r01TS.
Blacksmith and Machinist
All Kind, of Machinery, Patent Look.,
Safe., Sewing Macliines, &c, ke.,
Frnlt Trees,
ornamental Trees.
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hnnd lit great
variety.
Everything tlrst-eliiss and furnished In
good shape.
0. W. HENRY,
dw-dclOto I'ort Hammond, 11. C.
WALSH'S
^TAUtontmi - -
EMPORIUM
Columbia St., New Westminster.
HA
AVINtiJUOTKRCEIVUbOURNISW
Fa!) nnd Winter Stank, wa Invito In
Bpectlon of tlio finest selection of
EnftllHb, Hfolcli, Urriuon, tttitcli.
and American
suitings \-em
Ever shown tn Now Westminster.   For
a GOOD FIT and nrtlstle style we defy
competition,
dnoaotc THOS. WALSH.
Look Here!
BLACKSMITHINC
In ail IU brmnciirfs.  Farmen', Logsen',
Hill and Contraot Work: Agricultural
Implement*, and everything In th
blucksmlth line made toorder.
Having itceu red flrst-iliiH« workmen, we
feel confident of giving nntlsfnctlon.
•tr* Horse-shoelnft a specialty.
dw-JlyJlto]   Columbia At., New Wkbt.
Stoves! Stoves!
Gurney's Celebrated Stoves for Sale.
A No. 8 Cook, with
furniture oomplete,
at the low price of
924.
The undersigned is now clearing out his stock of Stoves (except those made by Gurney) at
net cost for cash.
Now is the opportunity to
find BARGAINS.
JAMES C0NNIN8HAM.
dJaSHa
Wm. Ross
BOOTiSHOE
E»A^3Xj01R.
JUST ARRIVED:
$15,000 STOCK
From th. prinoipal Houses of Germany,
Prance Great Britain, tha United
State, and our gnat Dominion.
600 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CALL AKD SEE MY STOCK BE-
FORK YOU PURCHASE.
■tall lit Sloes, from No upwards.
reltAIikke* (Mil A TM'TMl
ol sll kind..
LallM' * feits' Miners (or Xmss-
>h> lofsllsst snr Man.
SI Uses «f Mies', Misses' * Child-
rei't itets.
WM. R088,
;, Cluikla si.
dwnnlSte
rF VOD 'VANT TO  MAKE  A NICE
PRESENT
To a friend or relative, ro down to HTIR-
HKY'Snnd look nl «omo of those extra-
ordinary luiitmlnit In
Udles' and Gentlemen'* Gold and
Sliver ttatibes.  (lining,
€harmn. etc., etc.
Or If yon «'(*»• ft Ufioful ornamont for your
house, oxamlno tlm*ti> in'iiuilful n>day
Htrlklog UMkii, With ouiIti'dral &tms*.
He In Helling at BOTTOM l'RTOES.
Fine Watch ReMlrlurta Mperlnlly, nntl
good workomnnhip gtiaianteed.
mW Hemembcr tho   plnce—tho "Blue
fltore.'Y       	
dwauflyl Columhla Ht., New West.
GUARDIAN
Insurance Corny
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
IJfJlABLY]
ESTABLISHED 1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
docile        iB. C. 8. A P. Co.) AOKNT.
CHURLES MURRAY,
CI.ARKSON STREET,
Upp. Kcglstrv Ofllce, Jew West'r.
Boose, Sij-n asd Oruanial hinting,
PAPER HAMOIKC, CUIIHO, KAIS0MININ0, Ao.
WALL PAPER.
Tliu Uiigcnt assortment of Wall Paper
In iliefJUy. (omprfHlng newest patterns,
tuways on Imml at bottom prlcea. Rumples on view at T. lt. Pearaon A Co.'s
Store, (Jolum btu Hf. I'm prr hanging at
specially Mw rate«. UselUtc
W.PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTURKllS AND DEAtERS IN
AM, KINDS OF FDRNITT/BEi
REMOVED
*»-T» shop lutely orcupletl by Mr. Darey.
Columblastreet.
'  Cal] nnd examine our stoek and prlees
bffnri' tmyfiiK.   We enti't be IIKDrjIBOLO
In the city.   Bepnlrlne of nil kinds neatly
done. W. PROTHERO A CO.
selfito
P. PEEBLES.
J. W. HECKLEY
Peebles a Heckley
(NEAR MERCHAMIS' SQUARE)
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
UPHOLSTERERS
Spring; and Wool Hattresiei and
Bedding always oa haid.
HAVK ON HAND THE
I tlM.KMT AND BRAT HTOI'lt OF Kl
aiTI-RK OX f UK MAINLAKD.
Ilanlware lletlraoiu  Bulled,   In Atk,
flwrry, TTalnnt. or rlahagany.
EHilmatoH /or Offlee aijd fitore Kf Hnga
Ai: expoi'loucetl upliolsicrer Kan been
engaged by the firm, who are now pre*
part'il to ilo all kinds of work In the up*
liolstory line. dJlySto
COME AND SEE!
-"    ■  -Jt '
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVING TAKKN POSSESSION OF
the ••Tempwanoe Houie," fronting
on Columbia and Church Street*, opptnlte
the Episcopal Church, and now known
ai the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate, the traveling publie
at the following rate*:
Board per day..... , fl oo
«     "  week 6 00
Single MealB.,,.1     '_%
Beds i,.M :..:    25
^LOooil ni-eomfcodatlon for Lndlev nnd
families. f myftte
miu
FOK  SALE*
next the Holbrook Home, Proiit
1   doelHto
Second-Hand Organ.
FR SALE CHEAP.  May be nen at'
the More of ■    ;.,■■•   ,' ■
T R  PKAIWON
dwjaillo    Books/wsUonery5* mW
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
km\ Merchandise!
A large Awiortment of
DRY QOODS
-AND-
QROOERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Hay and. Feed.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WMB Attn COAL DEUTIBED TO
AKT MIT or -na CITV.
Weni'ntrostaic>dally,e<eept Sunday.,
lo Port Moody, oarrylng H.M.S. malls.
A.QOllqilorortobaeool.uned weoan by
temperate habits and oareful economy
■erv. tbe public at especially low rates,
dwseflOto
\TOTIOB 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
il we hnvo made application tn the
(ThlerCommlMlonernf Lands and Works
for a Keen** lo out end unrry away timber
on and from the fallowing described landa
In New Westminster District!
Commencing at tho Houth East corner
or the land granted by th i Provincial Government tothe Canadian Pnolfle Hallway
.......r^..v,.... .... jenlnmila betweon the
North Arm of thn Fraser River and Eng-
■■ ■   -        ■ *■-•■■■■  *-  ** "-^th
Company, on the
Hsh Bay and Fnlse Creek: thence Norfl
lik) chains, East 130 ehains, South M
ohalns, West to the west side of the North
Arm road, South to the North boundary
of Lot 930, Group 1, thence Went lo the
point nf commencement — containing
about 1000 acres
I>. McNAlU,
New Westminster, II. C., Jan. 17,1887.
djnl7ml
INDUCEMENTS
 FOK THK	
HOLIDAYS
15 per Gent. Discount for tlie
next 15 days.
ALLPn    IP DOT
BUYING FROM THE MANUPAO*
turers for cash, I am in a position
to sell at bottom prices. My Gooda are
marked in plain figures and the prices
have not been put up to meet the dis*
count taken off. Cell Mid see prices be*
fore purchasing elsewhere.
ter Fino Watch Repairing a Specialty.
Jewelry made to order.
F.CKAKE.
WATCH MAKER
OlTn-ilTK tiik Hank. dw-delStc
3STO. 8
COOKING STOVE
Furnished Complete, for $91.
We will guarantee that this Stove can't
Its beat either Id Quality or
Workmanship.
We havo just received a Car-load of
STOVES
Whioh we offer at prices that are lower
than ever before offered ia the
Province.
We also have a large Stook of
(Mfp STOVES
Which wc offer low to closo out the
Stock.
GREAT .LAUGHTER
IN HBATINO ST0VE8.
E.8. Scoullar & Co
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. G.
dwlrtlc
NATHANIft DYSON.
INFORMATION REGARDING THB
1. whereabouts of Nathaniel Dyson (late
of IMnttervllle, Wisconsin) who Is *np-
uosed to hnvo spent last winter In New
Wcslinluster,will be tlt»nkfa1ly received
hy I. B. FIMHKU, Bank ot B. O., New
Westminster. dw-deKKo
C. McpOOGH
Lnndbom'g Bnlldlnx, Front 81.
(Formerly occupied liy Kyle * 'Tllton),
IS  NOW  READY
to servo, his customers and everybody
with as good a stoek ns a man wants to
selecl from.
Cneki
Come nnd sec ■ the new place, and let us
know what you thtekof It,
dwocioic c. Mcdonough.
Farm for Sale!
A » 1MRBOVEO  f'AKM   POK Kife
jt\, cheap, and ou easy terms, Willi or
without t
dwoe7lu
K SlOcIt
M. NICHOI*6jfi"     •
MoaatUhnanP.O.
.   Dneeries,   trvCtttau,
try, (il.i.w.re, B...U, ale.
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN ft DEALER IN
Frail and Ornamental Trees,
LADNER'S LANDING!  B. O.
rilHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN*
1 form the people of British Columbia
that he has established a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, aud Is prepared to fill
all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
TweB, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
ftc. Trees Imported or home grown according to the wishes of customers. The
subscriber has had a thorough practical
training In the IhhIimhh, and having a
permanent Mnke In th'* country It Is his
Interest to dmil fairly with the public. He
will wait upon the various towns and settlements shortly, and all orders will bave
his personal attention.
aul2tc B. HUTCHERSON.
Carriage Works!
COLUMBU STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
NOW ON HAND, A LOT OF
Uleliclis, (.niters,
Busidea.
Phaetons;,
Dimecral. Kxprf ss
and Farm Whxods.
Also, a large stock of ■aff}', rarrlage,
Warn*, aa* airlift Material.     .
Allot whieh will he sold CHEAP FOR
CASH.
d-defflto REID ft OURRIE.
FOR   SALE
ONf>HAI.F IBTKRKWJM \UoJ4Mt>
JeySaw aad Pl.nlnf IsTIIT: aHlTB
goodcrder. ForpartlenlaraapplTon Ui.
premise, to if. wtmt.
Or, tlestrs. BRA KR,jACK80ll7W* '
apUto AHBLMCKKN, Vlotori.,
0
1  DEUERS.toreoaloll; JHIf-
for (as or ol .and a numbor
lamps.  Nearly all a.food a. n.w.
Apply to     Evf), gCOULLAH * CO,
dwJalSte
Span of Mares!
FOR    8ALE   CHEAP.
WELT. BROKEN TO DOUBl* ANB
, Single Harness .nd Saddle.   Apply
at this Offlea. dwjaltl.
1 SPAN »IARK:BAV.If*RM, I1.11
I year, old; good traveller.; wore ahgle
or double. " niw v
very gentle.
lt-«e.lnlBa«gj|<.prln..,     .   .
9...... TiMk/tta/oa North ,
FraaerrlTer.
Ubbl.. Mil
prlng.; nearly a
i kalt-bbU. to.
Also--«aa aad eae-alalk iuumttm
f'lly Water (Hqa.,. iS.    '
New West., Nov. lllh, IW.' ^rnolite
E8TABL1SUEI) 1839.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Jietrlj Opunslif the colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMntSTER
THE LAKOKST AKD  CHOICEST
u*oi tm.nt of all ilHoriftion. of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Conatantly on band, and aupplled to familiea, Re.Uur.nt., and Steamboat, at tha
LOWEST POSSIBLE .'KICIS.
BLOOD-CUROwING
MASSACRE
 AT—'
H.M.C^DinghaiSCo's
STOVE DEPOT.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS  FOR
aale hi.
Lot, with 8-roomed OwillingHimm,
Situated on Colnmhh. StrMt, ».»th.
Knni.n Calhollc rtiurrli. ConprlM. Ian.
Iirawlng. Pining, F«d Knom.A«7Ktr.|.
en; P.nlry, Heullery. Bath Rooa., mt
Wash Hmwe; ThmiitalledSUbl./Hlf
l...n.l'arrl»gHHouM..nd..lwwl..^P>ii
ulieiis, Ae.   Plentiful  .apply W.naH
Spring Water.  Ijiwn, Flower an? tn»
(Jkrden.; splendid view, healthy HMaNoag
very suitable (or a larg. family.
Apply lo
d-doSto HENRY V. EOMaKM.
Cream & Fancy Cakte
 OO TO.— '   -..-il -i   ! •
A. DIEBEL'8
FRONTSTREET, Orr.C.P.N.WUktnJ.
dwlltc " '        '''"
$300 Reward.
THE ABOVE REWARIJ OF MM, IH
addition to th.fovenun.nl MM of
ty,. will be given by Ihe Delta UnbMI
maibm s^w'l'l'irario tl!e !pp'r.h.t.lS5
Hi.Ocunvlellon nr the perwn or mstm,
who inordered the Ial. James 8. Hurl, cy
l-rewent Creek, near laVdnn'. fSila?,
on or about Friday .vwlag Ik. IMI Jsav»-
ary.
WM. MCKEI, C. M. C.
Under. Undln, Jan. tlstlNI.dwJatau
 ' I'V1 M|,i||l 	
Everr Mu to III In
-A..   Jr* miriilTiiTn.
PHACTIOAL      ,,",,'
CHEmST40RUt5«ST,
COLUMBIA  ITftttT
NEW  WE8TMn«tIE, B. 0.
rtHleM*.'	
' iir tNiiNt
N   B.-Ontario. Unix
Onr twfatf Tlng'ttlMuM
l-arrri
A No. 8 Cook Stove!
All Complete, with all tbe Pipe
ntoertary and a
CHINA   COOK
Tbrown In, Freight paid to any part of
tb. Dominion fn. of all chaij.,
*25 per cent. OPP fob cash
H. M. CUNNINGHAM t CO.,
74, Columbia Stmt,
Ntw Westminster, B, G.
BOYS WANTED.
TWO   SMART   BOYS  WANTED AT
one. to nil th. Dally Columbian.
ApylyatThUOilee. daaUlo
PublicNutiCi
uwimm^'
t
UNIIERSMIjTED (TEANKS
Vnr^rfStoTwiri'JvA'i
.nr.1 the Pabll._Ukn.ty._t,*
ipportunlty to oAr an mr '
nil, or New WMlrata.uw te
IIIK  UNIIERSrOiriD (TEANKS 1
,   theUJ- ' ■	
.loyar ah..
m^vpmnl
tills oppe-.'
re.ld.in....... ,..
visitor.; and nun wl'
reaHonahle support
term.anMoernVaiv.„
w'lun'ioun *lo 5bo»t II
TO.I of me elgar ror Sana
.boutlhlS?hul th
ttnllnwjof IM
.odo«htl«i.«lir
Rlu. Ribbon w
and Jala thMi
their own endll_.  _.
on., oom. .11, aad yd*,
bymwaoamaotpsll
Voor.rU.pw.tWly
ttmiteM. ti NfltTtWHrroOIENTS THIS OAT.
 ; E. A. Jeans
hat Spec or War.
It Ms, perhaps, just as well that
the caricaturists have taken up the
question of fishery rights now ajji-
tathnj the people of Canada and
the Unjte4,lt»t»*. Undoubtedly
there is material in the situation
toils, good deal of humor, although
it is not altogether a matter to be
dismissed with laughter. Harper's
Weekly represents Senator Ingalls,
of Kansas, in the act of twisting
the tail of the great British lion
whioh has been found in the very
set of eating a Yankee hsh. On
one side qf the ferocious lion is u
crowd of American citizens pelting
the noble beast with brickbats and
other missiles. In the background
are sketches of the United States
navy and c oast defences. Tlio former consists almost wholly of condemned and dismantled ships, with
one new.huH half completed, upon
whioh, apparently, work has been
stopped, and the ribs of another set
up and decaying by exposure to the
weather.... The latter are made up
of dilapidated old forts, with guns
out of fashion and out of repair.
The question suggesteed | by this
picture is, "Under the circumstances
would it be entirely safe to twist
the British lion's tailf Puck has a
picture of John Bull with his rotund
form, and a little urchin representing Canada holding on to the ancestral coat tails.p Behind is Undo
Sam jerking his coat off with hostile intent (■ The little chap wears a
very frightened look, and says to
StM BulV ;"Soy, Pop, Uncle Sain
is taking off his cont!" John Bull,
with a merry laugh, replies: "Oh!
that's enly to cover up his navy to
hide its weakness." In this caricature tiie U. S. navy is represented
by three small ships. These are
necessarily exaggerations of fact. If
they were not exaggerations they
would not be caricatures. At the
same time a caricature is without
point or wit if it has not a basis of
truth; and no one acquainted with
the present condition of the naval
forces, and military equipments of
the tw countries will deny that
there is much force in the sketches
*• I'H&I.S* Aav? referred.!. Jt haf
be4m|Mr*ted frankly try gome of
tb* Kgkest ihilttary authorities in
the United States that the whole
American navy would not be a match
for one first class British ironclad,
and that British war vessels could
sail with, impunity into any American hartor. But we are not apprehensive of war over the fishery
quarrel, and if the American navy
is ridiculoudy unequal to measure
weapons wM Britain, we hope this
military diAwantege vfllaotjeven
enterinto.' tBB'.questioll tA'tit If
the United States is unprepared
for war now, it has abundant resources, and if war should be declared even against auch a nation as
Great Britain, we are not sure that
in thr Jong run victory might not
oomWUm eagle.1 '.■■ But In spite of
the belligerent attitude and hostile
demonstrations of Senators Ingalls
and Frye, we think there is good
sense enough in the United States
to prevent any "such misfortune.
There mtst-be awajrof settling this
difficulty without resort to arms.
The Alabama claims were a far more
serious affair, add as they grew out
of actual hostility, they were far
more likely to end in war. But the
two nations succeeded in arranging
that; matter peaceably, and although
Great Britain paid; a larger indemnity than tite. United States knew
whst'to, do with, the arrangement
wu more satisfactory and less costly
than Maid hate been hoped for as
the result of force, Canada does
not propose anything that ought to
appeathnjeaspnable to the Ameri
can people. The Americans themselves asked for a termination of the
elautaj «t the Washington treaty
underwrlteh they liad access to Canadian, fishinffjrrounds, and congress
then refund' to act oh the president's
suggestion to appoint a commission.
In thjs our neighbor, showed a decided disposition to force Canada
%$fwL™$&i<^'*!fr
United State* to the Canadian fisheries were just' ahd lawful, why 'was
the'ataggaation of a fishery commission' Mtuedt 'Perhaps the answer
may. be found in a sentence that oc-
"savage senatorial sneers at Eng
land and the loud talk of .war" were
simply the work of party political
sehesiM<ft tt**: "The Irish vote
is important, and the party whioh
bsMds the British 'lion most
haughtily, *nd most truculently
' . Ur, tail, will be tenderly re-
ll,;*fhen rotM are to be cast."
„ 'jft ,r/re*tune, is a (ufficient
Ltion of the senatorial thun-
tf-.ii shows another of the
!', party, government. If
k-government was at all
a pretext for war
States, thepretext
p to seek, what is
t'jktyieme for the calm
b of the diffi-
in the
•^.^interpreted
Alston EEtions, and
a'uses *>«A Wight prob-
ago. But so long as the United
States Absolutely refuses to enter
into any negotiations for a modification of the treaty, so long must she
expect. Canada to insist upon its
rigid enforcement. The scheme of
retaliation .'by the United; States
Suatf(doej^not go,pne step towards
a settlement. It may result in a
total suspension of trade relations
between the two countries, but wo
have no idea that even this will
force from Canada any modification of thc regulations she has adopted. So long sb the subject is approached and discussed in the spirit
exhibited by Senator Ingalls and
Senator Frye, so long must the present strained relations continue.
Why go limping and whining about
your corns, when a 25 cent bottlo of
Holloway'. Corn Cure will remove them}
Give it a trial, and you will not regret it.
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on or boforo tho 15th March, 1887.
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(«■, an Indian, deceased Intestate.
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amount forthwith to the undersigned;
ami all persons having cluims ngalnst the
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1887
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Fowls than It does to keop poor Fowls.
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the united htatos or Canada.
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and first-class Fowls, my design being to
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Tonlonse Geese.
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To the Electors ofthe Electoral DIb*
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GKN'J'LEMISN;—-Shortly q0er thi
mented dtatliof our late Reptesental
Mr.Homer.lwuH Hollcli
of ihy friend?, to allow i
lnated ns u Candidate tt
tlonofthcIMtttrletofN.
the House of Common;
nenona) solfoitulion of _
ly followed bj[ reijinsmi(g_ r ..
Bigneu, by prominent nnd IhlluehTalE
tors of the City and District, thnt I fell tt
to bo my duty to place my services at tbelr
disposal. It is not therefore. Gentlemen,
ns a aelf-nomlnated candidate, that I ask
for your support, but I do so lu response to
the request of over four hundred of your
numbor. ,,
To many of you, Gentlemen, who have
known me fur a longtime, H la unnecessary formeto sny, thnt T nm perfectly
famillnrwlth the great ami- varied resources of this ProvincV Mrf knowledge
of Its Mining, Fishing, Agricultural and
Comuierclnl advantages has been derived
from actual experience, nnd will {If.elected) enable mo to place prominently' before Parliament, the great resources of
this Provinco, nnd the means necessary
to be employed to nld ln their further
development.-       . u     -•■
It Is Impossible, Gentlemen, IA nri address such as this to do more than allude
to some of the quest Ions of Interest and
Importance to you. which as your repre*
sentatlve, I would consider It to bo my
duty to bring to tho notice of Parliament,
I will, however, enumerate a few matters
of great importance to us all, In regard to
whieh It wfll be my earnest endeavour to
obtain beneficial legislation..
I will endeavour to have removed from
tbe mouth of our noble River, every Impediment to its free navigation,nnd have
necessary lighthouses en-uted.
I will endeavor to secure to settlors and
squatters an Immediate title to their
lauds. This I consider to be a matter not
only of Justice, but also of expediency.
Heretofore grent Injustice has been done
to a valuable and deserving class of our
population, to whom, had Justice been
done and facilities afforded for acquiring
homesteads, the results of their InduBtpy
would, ere this, have done much to devel
op the agricultural capabilities of this Une
district,
I am aware, Gentlemen, that the nnm-
bci of representatives to which each province of the Dominion Is entitled Js Insed
upon population, yet I believo that,ov. lug
to exceptional circumstances, sueh aa the
fact that this province contributes to tho
revenue of the. Dominion a much larger
percentage, according to population, than
any of the other provinces; and nlso to
tho faot that large centres of population
are rapidly being formed in this district-
that It is entitled to a larger representation lu thu parliament of Iho Dominion,
and which as a matter of Justice 1 will endeavor to obtain,
1 will also endeavour to obtain for the
residents of this District better postal
facilities, to wliich they are Justly en-
tltled. i —**—***.i
I will use my host elhirts to Recure eqult*
ablo rates on all railway and telegraph
lines, und to have the same llxcd by law.
The Interests of British Columbia demand that every impediment In tho way.
of constructing railways to our Southern
boundary and othor portions of this district bo removed to aid In the develop*
ment of our resources. I will endeavor to
have this accomplished, and also to obtain nld for tho const ruction of canals aud
the lmprovemont of navigable streams.
I will nlso consider lt my duty to render
all possiblo aid to any legislation which
seeks lo simplify nnd render less costly
tho administration of Justice, especially
as between Individuals and corporations.
My 'political platform Is, in tbe first
place, tho Interest of Uritish Columbia,
which I believe can bo best served by my
giving dn independent support to the
present government,which hns not In the
P«st lieen unmindful of the Interests
of British Columbia, and to whom we
nre Indebted for tho early completion
of the railway, which han brought
us into communication wi.th tho Eastern
Provinces ami Kurope, and through
tlie ago ncy of which, we wilt' lh the
near future, bo plaoed In direct communication with Australia, China,Japan,
and tho Grout Eastern Empire, whioh
must prove to be of incalculable value to
this province, and to this district In .par*
tlculor. •-.•-,•■
In conclusion, sontjlflni*1"*! .bR^'Oiiiyi
to say, that I am prompted by a sincere
dosiro to benefit this district and to aid ln
promoting its varied Interests, and I dsk
your support only upon these grounds.
Ills my intention to Keens many of you
previous to the eleotion us timo nnd oh*-
(■umstnnceB will admit of in the meantime,
I romaln. Gentlemen,
Vours vory truly,',
dwfeStd DONALD CHISHOLM.
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Everything found in a lirst-class Kstab-
llshtnent, and lion, but th. best. Canned
Good., Fruits, Meats and Vegetables,
I d.a't .nr Ckeap Uooil.. ■ iloa't tw
ikeanrkfepthns, but I tier ,«■ Ih.
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NOTICE IS HEHEBY (ilVEN THAT
80 iluys after dnte we lutciiil mnking
nppilcutlon to tho Chief Commlssionerof
Lands and Works for a Lease for timbering purposes of the, following ^escribed
lnnds on tho Lillooet Hlver above Uui*-
rlson Lnkc:
Trnet No, 1- Commencing nt the rfcplh-
west corner of Puree It's clnlm;- theiice
North 40 chains. West 40 chains, North 40
ehulns, WcRt 40 chains, North 40 chnins.
West80 ehulns. North 4U ehulns, East 1.0
chnins, Houth 40 clitilns, Eust 40cbuins,
Houth 4«ohalns, Eust40chutns, Soulh W)
chnins; thonco to point of commencement; snid tract containing 1280 ncres,
more or loss.
Tract No. 2-CommeiicIiiH nt a post set
on the Eas-tHlrifcof small lako about two
miles from Port Douglns; thonee Enst 40
chains. North 60 chains, West 40 chains.
North 40 chnins, West 40 chains', North 10
chnins, West 80 olinlns, South 40 chnins,
East 40ehulns, Kouth lOOchulns; thenco to
lake, meandering around lake to place of
commencement; said tract containing
12W) ucres, moro or Iohh. .    .**,,«,
Tract No. S-Coinmein-lngat a post-set
ou tho right bnnk of Lillooet Hi vera short
disUince above- Its mouth; thonee,West 80
chnins, North 40 'chains; West 40chnlns,
North 40 ohalns, West 40 chuliiH, North 80
chains, Eust 00 ehulns, South Wchaltitf/.
Eust 40 chains, South 411 chains, East40
chains, South 40 olinlns, Enst 20 chains,
Soulh to point of commeiieement: salo
tract coot nhi I uk MOO ucres, more or less, '
Traei No. 4—Conuiicnolng at a post sot
on left bank or river obuut live miles
nbovo Tort Pouulas; theuce North 80
chnins, West 40 olinlns, North 40 chain*.
West 20 chains, North 40 chnins. West 40
chnins. North 40 ehulns, West 40 chains..
Soulh 80 chains, Eust 40 chnins, South 40
chains. East 20 ehnins, South 40 chains,
Enst 40 ehulns, South 10 chains, East to
commencement; snlil tract coutnintng
1200 acres, more or lest* ,
Tract, No, fi—Commencing nt n post on
left hunk of Ltlllo.t itlvor, nbout 11 milos
from Port JJuuglus; .thepco. North, 120
DlliiiiiK, now iv utl.
West 40 chains, Not
1114   OU  UllUllin,
i.Tlt^'wSt 40
1887.
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Northiuouiiinx, Wost4»cli i(nsi.aftuHl 4,.
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is in the field as a oandidate for the
seat in tho House of Commons rendered   vacant bjr the death of our
late lamented representative, Mr. Ho-
raorj   "! *i |•■' ,'   ''..il   , AwptMtif,
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THu'Ooyijosa VoiB'.^-As'the'eleo-
tions ore approaching it will be interesting to our readers to know that
under the Dominion franchise aot
there aro 1,017 votes available in thia
district' They are distributed os follows: Jiew Westminster, 380; Vancouver, 109; Moodyville, 111; Port
Moody, 11"; Maple Ridge, 117; Mission, 68; Chilliwhack, 183; Langley,
120; Surrey, 101; Delta, 125; Rich-
Will .'Opper Su-
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Jitihj gtritwh Columbian
— —JUV'i I'O '  -
rrMay Ivealai. Ftkraary 11. IM.
Calgary fear, a ooal famine.
TlnrMr«l no police court this morn-
ing.
The mail from .the East was four,
hours late to-day., ''90 ii'.t,    V vl
It is now stated that the loss of the
O.P.R. at the Yale fire will be (100,-
ooo.      MflLcft'OnWi
Prince Bdwaril Island expects to
■end six Liberals to the new parliament.    .
A cwfead of freight arrived thia
ifti.noon from' -Victoria via Port
Moody.
It has been decided that the celebration of tho Queen', jubilee will be held
Jun* SOth.
Nominations in Yale district take
place on the 15th inst., and polling on
the 17th March.
Correct estimates no* place the
number of killed, at the White River
railway disaster at 00 personB.     '
Attention is called to the advertisement of the Historical Pubhsking Co.
whieh appears in another column.
Among the voters" in-the coming
election will bo Chiof Pahan's band of
Indians at Whitefish Lake, near Calgary. ; .•if^'^•..-,.;•.'.':.'',
The barque Templar left San Franoisco 28 days ago for Port Townsend
and haa not arrived yet. It is feared
she is lost.
A young man named Nobes was arrested in viotoria on Sunday laat on a
charge of being a dernier from H.M.
8. Triumph.;; jj' ,;, ''•;,;,'J i^li,] ..-j
Emma llt,bol;; the English prima
donna, gave her farewell performance
of the opera of "Martha" at Viotoria
last night.
A party "' Si emigrants arrived yesterday from England.   It is their in-
B. Olobensy, law partner of Senator
Laooete of Montreal, is suing the Hon.
Wilfred Laurie, for libel in the amount
of 1200,000.
Carpenters are toiisily engagod in refitting the premises rented by Messrs.
NsjW*«i^fle,mp.ter,,Hn Cidnnibiast.,,
fori Iho. store.
Mr. T. J. Trapp's address to tho
electors is in the hand, of the printers,
•not wfll nppear in the Daily.Colvm-
biah to-morrow.        is'.' MnHlWftl
H P, Bell, C.E., has complotedpre-
liminary surrey of the Cariboo Railway, and hu gone to Victoria. He
■pews favorably ofthe line. , j,.
I* addition to enr new stoek of' spring
•teds we hive opened an invoice of
■EJIaIIOTORS
■  ' -'•• j—ot—
rJ IT8W ¥8Btmlnster District.
GENTLEMEN.—As a successor to your
late representative lit tlie Commons will
Mon' have to be elected, 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for tlio position.
1 purpose publishing nn nddress ln
whioh I will give my view, on the most
important questions affecting your inter-
e.t«, and will visit the different settlement, and address tho electors before
eleotion day,
In Pontic lam and wilt be thorough-
LY n.DEPKKD'.NT.
Tour, respectfully,
dwoefflto T. J, TBAPP.
Personal.
M. Qupuy, of Calgary is registered
at the Colonial.
O. W. Grant, architect, will go to
NewWestminster to-morrow aud will
open an office there. Mr. Grant Ib an
able architect and we wish him prosperity in his new field of labor.—Ftc.
Colonist. Mr. Grant arrived yesterday
and may for the preseut bo found at
Rand's real estate otlice.
K^jjMpmft'Portlander
reft Victoria on his re-
that the pwngo o«th«
#••;'."',
hsMroowd
'* Columbia;"»
. militia nt New
itoriaffmd beaao, ..„,,
that the utmost'
the pjnns and charts
rHtications prevails,
re are confidant we
oan thrash Uncle Sam without nny
difficulty;*1 ,:i>  ... "•" •■
,-i.—. .^V m i r'—
ExruKATjoit -j^Btt foBowingletter,
in reference to an item which appeared in this paper two days ago,
concerning a collision between Pat
Collins and1 groceryman McDonald's
express lad, explains itself: "Editor.
—I Want to contradict that was in the
Kaper about that collision with the
oy. I don't intend to drive another
party's team and my own too. It is
noon when that boy get up, and
they ain't awake till about five o'clock
in the afternoon. Yours truly, P.
Collins. "
         .,   ———.
Habtskv vs. Shuswap Muling Co.
—This case came before the supreme
court at Victoria on Wedneaday, when
an application was made to set aside
the verdict of the jury nnd obtain a
new trial. Tho court made the rule
j absolute for a uew trial, setting aside
the verdict of the jury ns it appeared
they acted improperly. Plaintiff,
however, to bo at liberty within ten
days' to accept 9141,50 without cost
in full discharge of his claim. Mr.
Theo. . Davie and Mr. . McColl for
plaintiff, Mr. W. Norman Bole and
Mr. Charles Wilson for the defence.
—. —„ they have ever ond"' It lias
Indeed a wonderful Influence in purifying
tho blood and ourUig diseases of tbo ,D>
gestlve Organ.; the Liver, Kidneys, anil
all disorders of the system.
TirumiKo Ehmitoh.  •       dnoSOtc     ,  4wPWfi!fT.arff,lF"*
~1«   ■      '    '
A oonoert nnd supper will be given
tn the Drill Shed bn Tuesday evening
the 22nd itst.bythe ladies of tlie
Roman Catholic Church.; The'pro-
eeeds of the entertainment are for the
ohuroh fun*. „, Mru
Beach liu aooepted Hanlan's challenge to row on the Nepean rivor.
Hanlan will start for Australia about
the end of August or the first part'of
September.' lit positively declines to
row on the Paramatta river.   I
The new government ofQueoeo pro-
poses ttf'abolish the' Offloe of' solioftor-
and colonisation bureau anigning to it
the duties whieh now devolve upon
the departmeirtof ag.ioulture and publio works.
We are indebted to tlie Standard for
a report of the provincial secretary's
explanation of the dispute concerning
the lot assigned to the fishermen on
the North Am.,' Th. VeJaltM, which
oame to hand later, has a muoh better
r.r«rt,whlchwe^ll?^t1r,ff;
The fW-fnfeHiwww eay>: The
campaign in Canadh i.'warming up.
The Liberals how accuw Sir John
ratSe^rtrwte'j^
Amerioan ttyle ef campaigning before
looked fodjtCan^. „ ,^uian ,„
There is still a jam of ioe right In
front of the eity. about half a mile
In   extent.      From   this   to   the
s7hiK*NUffi&
may**tttitf Imdmn ttwhty stating
that then was nothing but Dont ice to
besjen. The temperature is decidedly
milder to-day aud the iee must soon
I*
,woiii*i.|-|   ii ,
111 wt-A-f- MMMIS WtMS iWTUUMS.
kUtMtkm. WR-J3WX,,*
sii t. B.Pm.*h •tCe'k.ni.acnlill.r
Albeiita vs. Mostaka.—A correspondent writing to the Calgary J'rilraiie
recently from Montana aays:—"This
winter is'proving a aevere one for
stock, and heavy Tosses nre expected.
I have been over the. Northern Pacific
twice, and have not tyet seen a finer
stook country than that between Calgary and Kananaskis. Your Calgary
people don't know what a. magnificent
country they aro living in, alao along
the South Saskatchewan. No finer
ranges lie outdoors than can bo found
between Maple Creek and. the mountains, and in my opinion your district
is away ahead of Montana aa a stock-
raising country.
' Mr. J. Llest, warehouseman ior Laute
Bros., Buffalo, N. Y„ says he had aswell-
ing on his foot which he attributed to
chilbians. lie und Dr. Thomas' Eoleo-
trio Oil, and 1. troubled no longer. Dr.
Thomu' Eoleotrio Oil may be imitated in
ite appearance and name, but not In its
virtues,
By Telegraph.
Opening or Ontario Legls*
lalnre.
cnu* ttstnm oF^wrKu tumu.
takaMy M Caartlan aj.ll a.rvlce-
relMleal Retes.
Mr. George Tolen, Druggist, Graven
hurst, Ont., writes: "My customer., who
have und Northrop k Lyman's Vegeta
ble Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure, my
'that it hu done tliem more good than
Wires.)
l.gi*t»W«^4l*jwl»h"tn?».".l>;
cureroitHS. The old chamber presented . scBiie of great splendor and
brilliancy. Many prominent citisen.
were present Ifwa. moved by Mr.
Mowat, aoeobded hy Mr. Pardee, that.
Jacob Baiter of Haldimand oo elected
■peaker. The choice was unanimous,
•nd Baiter wu escorted to the ohair,
The lieutenant governor then delivered, his, speech, onoT the house, on
.premier, adjourned till
'i '        ;
-Sir Charles Tupper stated at Balifai lhat the impe
rial government hsd agreed to subsidise the Pacific msil service for Canada
with £1,000,000 stg. yearly.
. Mootxbal, Feb. 11,—The second
great ..em of the carnival took plaeo
yesterday; the sleigh drive and trades
prnceniou, and .urnssed all previous
I'lforts., Il i. estimated that about
6,000 penona took pari, whioh included tniilpi, oavalry, the governor general, all the best drivate sleighs of the
Dfiy, a doien allegorical cars manned
V»W-w*Us«, snd.. large number of
trade oars. All along the rout* large
crowds lined the street, nnd loudly
applauded the variou. equipages.
Among the ehief features of the drive
wereaaxeral Canadian Paoifio railway
.   .     .. ears dUloslt'tuW. of .elder.' life
eleoMt*,ise>l* midwinter trisnvma^.b.   Itl the Northwest.
To»»fTB. Teb;U.-8ir John Mac
donald addreued his Carlton constituents to-day, and will make*tour of
wuteri, «*nU, before polling dny.
Wurauwi. Feb. U.—Dunean Mo-
Arthur, the Independent candidate for
Winnipeg, has retired, leaving the
•eld tSktskttt, tnd Suth.rl.nd.
A WtotminP. a Sharplen, DrugaUt,
Jlarion.OUo, in writing of Dr. Thome*
Boleetrle OB, nisi an. sua wu cited of
■ore thro*, of 8 yun'.landing with on.
rh.um.Utmthlt*h.°.°hMii oer.d'JrV.'n
other mndln hav. tailed. W* oon-
(jjderlt,tb>trn*dloln**old.
PR0VINCIALJLE8ISLATURE.
Mosoav, Feb. 7.
Mr. Orr preiented a petition from
Ladner, McNeeley and oihers for it
railway charter frum Ltdner's to
Popcum.
Mr. Higgins moved for a return of
all timber lands alienated by the provinoial government. He said it was
generally believed that American speculators, throaili the medium of irresponsible residents in iho province,
had obtained control of large tracts of
timber lands.
Mr. Higgins also moved for a statement showing the amount paid by the
province for eipen.es of government
house He uid the establishment was
costing a.great deal, and it waa qu,'B-
tiunable whether a less expansive
place should not be provided.
Mr. Orr moved for all • documents
relating to the lands iu the Granville
townsite. The attorney gel eral said
he could not understand the motion.
The provincial secretary said the premier had already folly explained the
Whole matter. The fedoral ifiiVerii-
ment admitted tlmt it had n<>thing to
do with the lands west of I'ort M,„,dy.
In reply to Mr. Semlin, ihe minister of finance ssid the revenue from
July Slst to Dec. 31st, 1880, was
8221,72BJ)4, the 'expenditure 8330,-
677.87, and the land sale. 831,871.25.
In reply to Mr. Orr, the pruviucinl
secretary stated that the resolution respecting the railway bridge over False
Creek had been forwarded in the
usual way.
Mr. Mason asked what steps had
been token to carry into effect the
house resolution offering 86,000 for
the discovery of a new gold field. The
attorney general replied that no action
had heen taken, aa the gnvernnietit
deemed it desirable to have a further
opinion of Ihe )i,-use on that' matter.
In reply to Mr. Martin, the attorney general uid J. B. Hill, who went
to Kamloops gaol on the llth Jan.,
1880, wu committed on two writo of
oapia. aggregating 11,967.49, issued
•fter judgment out. of the supremo
court. The province wa. paying for
his maintenance.
Hon. Mr. Davie muved the second
reading of a bill to abolish preferences
•mong creditors.
The following railway committee
wu appointed, the last seven names
being .eleoted by the opposition leader: T, Davie, Martin, Prior, Allen,
Croft, Mason, Higgln., Vernon, Ladner, Semiin, McLeese, Stenhouie,
Thompson, Oowsn, John.
Hon. Jno. Robsou gave notice of
leave to introduce > bill to repeal the
Sumu Dyking Aot of 1878, aud the
house adjourned till Wednesday.
Wednesday, Fob. 9.
Mr. BolO moved for copies of all
correspondence between James G.
Jsoqun, or anyone acting on bis behalf, and the Hon. ohief commissioner
of lands and works, and betwoen th*
government agent tt NewWestminster
tnd the ohief coinmiuioner of lands
and works, respecting section t, block
4 north, range 7 west, New Westminster district, and the petition of right
with reference thereto. Seconded by
Mr. On. Hon. Mr, Robson dated
that this matter wu referred to in the
reply to the spmoIi from the throne.
Then the member from New Westminster hsd ststed that he (Mr. Rob-
ton) had promised this ume land to
Mr.' Boyd, when it had been granted
to the fishermen. He had then denied
Hut tawrtion In order to show the
houH that the member hid anerted
what waa not true, he had at the tlm*
the hope that some member would
oall for the correspondence that had
pused between them, and now (he
uid) the correspondence will show
thtt th* application of Mr. Yondell
Wa. presented st the end of August,
while in July a written application
.was unt io by Hr. Boyd fnr * nephew
of his to preempt or purchu* « niece
of land, Th* application of Mr, Boyd
wat for • totally different yiece of land
from that applied for by Mr. Yondell.
Aa to the alleged promise made to Mr.
Milligan, he had said thtt if the fishermen were prepared to go on the lend
they must have it on th* condition,
named, but if n„t, then the land
would be put up at auction. Mr.
Bole uid lhat Mr. Boyd hsd told him
that the provincial secretary had
promised the land to him, and he
would rather believe Mr. Boyd than
th* provinoial secretary. Mr. Orr
Mid that Mr. Boyd had told him thtt
he hid been promised Ihe land, and
for th* pnrpou of applying foi- it he
had com* down t„ Victoria. Mr.
Bolt uid that wllh respect to the
aforeuid land, when Mi, Jacques
went to the government office after
tho reservation had expired he oould
get no utisfsction from thein there.
Resolution oarried.
Mr. .Bole moved for correspondence
respecting ronds botween Now Westminster olid . Port. Moody and Now
Westminster nnd Viinciivor.
Mr. Vernon' asked leave to withdraw his resolution respecting admit
ting mining machinery fivo of duly,
as' he found jjlmi such machinery
could be manufactured in the . nrov-
tnoe"'?""'**"
A special couiiilii.too consisting of
Messrs. Buker, John, Turner, Semlin,
Prior iind Vernon, was appointed with
power to call for pupers and examine
witneucs respecting C. P. R. rales.
Mr. Bole moved for correspondence
respecting the cancellation of reserves
west of the norlh road to Port Moody,
Mr. Beaven moied for papera relating tn the change of curvature, on
thc .Nanaimo Esquimalt rnilway. He
said it had been reported by n competent engineer that I lie rond could nut.
have betn coilsirildteH wild gradients
and curvu-iii-cs. according rn statute
except at a very inueli larger expenditure, rnd he wanted lo know how Mr.
Dunsmuir managed * *. ignore the statute. Resolution rejected, after discussion, by a vote of 7 t" 14,
Mr. Higgins gave no' oc that on
Monday he will n.k if it is the government's intention io make provision
for the erectiun of new parliament
buildings.
The Great Frouch Remedy, Dr. Lc-
lhie's-Periodical Pills. These Pills nro
compounded Iron, the purest drugs, and
from tlioLc only which' ore known to aot
upon the Generalice. OryuM in Females.
They are nmt enclosed in an air-tight
capsule, and by this means mnde to retain then' full strength for' years in any
climate. Ask. us for private circular,
A. M. Hratmso k I). S. CnnTisft Co.,
New Westminster; T. McNeeley, Ladner's landing; If. McDowell k Co., Vancouver; Fitntmry k Co., Nannimo; T.
Pickard.. Donman Island: A. R. Johnson
&Co,,'Cheinnimis: R. li. Richardson
Cowichan; W. R. McCartney A Bro.,
Vanconverard Kamloops; Hastings Saw
Mill Co., Vancouver; 'i'ho, Vancouver
Drug Co;, Vancouvor; J. 11. Lovell, Vale;
W. II. Megaw, Priest Valloy; H. Clark
ft Co., Kamloops; Lanolky ft Co.,
wholesale agents, Victoria.    dwse28y>
Business Directoir.
Tlie following UtisincKH Directory relates
on Iy to jjersmu whose aU vert iuements ap*
pear'in the Daily Coluvbux. It hu
been found true, as a rule, thnt penons
who advert 1st' liberally are liberal in their
tlcalingt,, and' many peraohi Make It a
rule to give preferehcoln tbelr dealings to
those i'Hia1>lisIiment« which advertise
freely. The following list is arranged al*
phabellcally:
LEGAL.
TVC. Atkinson *.,„. Columbia Bt
\\\ Norman Bole ..; ...Columbia 8t
Corbould ,1 McColl ..McKenzie Bt
llrancli otlice at Vancouver.
m&ssmasm
mssmmmgmimgg
tihiM
MEDICAL.
Dr. II. M. Cooper	
Dr. I. M MtliOBn....
Dr. DeWolfe smith...
 Cbureh Bt
...McKttiKleBt
... Clarkson Bt
 Columbia Ht
 MoKensle St
 Ferris Bt
 McKenrie 8t
...McKenzie St.
Wholesale my Market.
Beef,     per loon.*.	
Pork "        	
Mutton      "        	
HfdeH(gr'n)" 	
Potatoes     {' 	
Turnips     " 	
Carrots       " 	
Parsnip*    '* 	
Beets " 	
Cabbage     " 	
Onions       "	
Apples       " 	
Pears "  ,
Wheat        " 	
Oata ■'  .....
Peas       .   "  .•..,
Hay,       per Um  	
Butter {rolls) per m	
Cheese, "  	
Eg*™,       \>erd>r/,  ...
Geese,       oiu'h     	
Ducks ■''
Chickens, per puir...	
Turkeys, per Ih	
Cnrdwoorf iretull- per run)	
...*}7 00@S0 0O
- 7 0'.(i3 fi 00
... K 641010 00
... HMM 000
... 0 75 @ 0 01i
... -IH7® 0 75
...<J Hi® 0W
... 0 7."> C* 1 00
... u 7-. I". I 00
... ii :*\<Ji, 1 00
... 2 i«0t*!« 2 25
... 'IbO® HOD
...2eO_i 'lit)
... i 50 a 1 75
... i no® 150
... I 50 (it 0 00
...151« rS0fl oo
... ox® oso
... 0 15 (ij 0 20
... 0 50(5-) O(J0
... 1 .no® 1 75
... 0'J--,'i* 0 30
..   0/Oft 0 75
.. 0i%m 0 25
... :J50i3' 4 00
The ronrederuiltm Mfe.
'I he animal report of this solidly prosperous Canadinn institution will be found
in another column. The facts revealed
in the accounts ahd. the Directors' report
thoroughly justify the eromiuma which
the shareholders present bestowed upon
the management. Thanks to thu resolute
manner in which the Company has declined to embark upon extravngant
methods of procuring business, tbe working expenses of the epinpanv bear to tho
total income the very stnnll ratio of between 17 aud 18 per cent A point attesting . the soumiiiPM uf the finances of
the Company Is the faot that the interest
incame.ii sufficient" to pay tbo death
claims--which in a company of tbe age of
the Confederation Life is something to be
proud of. The, ass to and liabilities ure
set forth in minute detail, and the tables
show that, after making allowance for all
possible contingencies and providing for
evciy debt, there Is a surplus of $'2Sl>,lfJ9
ovd* liabilities and capital combined.
The increase hi the assets in the last year
was 9260,390. So much for what can lie
done by rigid adherence to what the
President defined as the true policy of
the Company, viz:—-"To keep its balance
sheet right and avoid: unnecessary, unwise, or extravagant expenditure for the
sake merely of increasing new business."
—Toronto Globe. T. R. Pearson k Co.
are agents for this company in British
Columliia. ' inlOtc
Whits Uronzk Monuments. —White
Bronze is a comparatively new substance,
and has come into large use, rapidly, for
apeclal purposes in this country. It has
been fonnd to bo so well adapted for statuary and monuments, that companies
hava been for some time established at
Bridgeport, Conn., Detroit, Mk-li,, Des
Moiaes, Iowa, and St. Thomas, Canada,
who are making monuments of all kinds
and styles, From experiments mad* by
thete companies, it h,a« beon found that
the material will stand exposure for an
indefinite poriod—it ia practically indestructible. White Bronzo being non-
corrosive and unchangeable, it ia stated
to be equal to gold, silver or platinum,
and superior to copper or antique bronze,
whioh throws off a verdigris. The monuments are cast from refined ziuc, and are
given their aparkliug appearance by the
sand blast, sand being blown against the
work, nnder a high pressure of steam,
whioh outs tbe surface, but does not ad*
hero to it. A thin film of oxide which
forms on this bronzo is indistructible by
the elements; it cannot be dissolved by
water, and air cannot penetrate it, although the film Is so thin as tn lie immeasurable, Ko corrosion, It is affirmed,
ean take place —Boeton Journal of Commerce. Chas. J. Robson, New West*
minster, is agent for the White Bronze
Monuments in British Columbia. Much
cheaper and more durable tlian any
other myStc
Job printing of all kinds,neatly done
at the Columbian offlce, Prices will be
found lower than at may other office in
the province.—Adv,
ismvnAticm.
W.J. Armstrong [fire]...  Court Houne
w. u, KcrrlH [life A aecldont] Ferris St
T. It. Pearson [lire A life] Columblast
Hnnd Bros, [fire*life].... McKensleSt
Branch Office** at Vancouver A Vie,
Turner, Beeton A Co. Iflrej Victoria
Wooiis. Tui ner A Gamble
[tire, life & accideii'] Columblast,
HEAI.   IQSTATB AUENCIE8.
w. n. nolo	
Corbould A McColl.,
\V. U.Perrs	
Capt. Pltteiidrlf-h	
Uiind Bros	
Wood-*, Turner A Gamble Columbia Bt
ARCHITECT, Ar.    ,
C. H* Clow Clinton St
AUCTIONEERS.
T. J. 'frapp.... .....Columblu M
AGENTS FOIt MACHINERY, ite.
Fraser A Leonard Vnncouver
F. Welcome McCrady HcKcnzte St
BOOKS A STATIONERY.
T. II. Pearson Columbia Ht
PRINTING * Hl'HSO.
ThoColnmblanfiteain Printing Establishment ; Columbia Ht
STOVES * TINWARE.
.Tas. Cunnliiclmm Columbia Ht
H. M. Cunnluffhnm A Co Columbia Ht
E. S. Hmullnr A Co Columblu Bt
Branch at Vancouver.
HARDWARE.
Jut. Cnunliieham Columbia Sf
GAS FITTINGS.
Tr. M. Cnnnfhifhnm A Co.. Columbia St
13. S. Scoullar A Co Columbia St
SEWING MACHINES.
CT. Robson -.Columblast
HARNESS, Ae,
JtoiiRlns* lielglifon Columbia St
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
W. U. Austin Front St
.Ins, Cunningham 	
 Columbia St,
 Columhla Ht
 Columbia Hi
 Front Ht
G. Major
Wm. McColl	
(,'. McDouough	
DRY GOODS.
1). Drysdale&Co. Columbia Ht
Jan. KUard A Co........ Columbia Ht
GROCERIES.
I>. Merimden, Columbia St
FURNITURE.
Peebles A Heckley Columbia St
W. Prothero Columbia St
I WOOD A COAL.
Henry Elliott [Orders left at W. MeColPxl.
DRUGS, tke.
US. CinU-iACo ColumblaSt
A. Peele „„„., Coiumbin St
BUTCHERS.
Kobt, Dickinson ................Columbia St
WATCHMAKERS A JEWELERS
BED  ROCK
i nro,'iiintiijp
PEIOES
-IN-
Winter Dry Goods!
 AND	
AFTER THE  HOLIDAYS.
D. Drysdale & Co.
dv.--d.28tc
LONDON HOUSE
Largest Dry Goods, Clt>
thing and Gents' Furnishing House on
the Mainland.
F. Crako	
K.HMmky	
C. 31. MoNuugliten	
BLACKatllTHiajO   *
WORKS.
Thos. Ovons ;....'	
Iteld * CHll-rli!	
HOTELS.
DopotHole! [Blllndcau*]..
....Columblast
...Columbia fit
....ColumblaSt
CARRIAGE
....Columblast
....Colnmbia St
...Columblast
Church St
Fiinn,(ra Home [HolUen]	
Tho Clurenco mjphur (»)...,..,........Vicioria
PAI.VTKKd,   *'«.
Clms. Murray , clarkson St
BOOTS * snout.
Will, ltoss	
Jns, Kotlsscnu	
 ...Columbia St
 Oolumbia St
1). Drjsilnloft Co ..Columbia fit
Tlio«. Walsh .........*„ .Columbia St
I1AKERY.
A. Dlohol Front St
MIRSKRIBS.
O. W. Hour)'	
K. Hulchcrsun...
 Port Hammond
 , tnducrs
FANCY POULTRY, Ae.
Jno. S. Cox..... Royal Avenue
PARTIES TNDRHTRD TO THE PACT*
(Io Carriage Worku, are remiented to
make Immediate n'ttlenient. All overdue
account* not paid by Saturday, Feb. 1-Jih,
will be plneed In a solicitor'* hundn for collection.
dwjaWtd REIDAC1TKR1E.
$300 Reward.
mHE ABOVE rewarii op $m, tx
I ad'liflou to tltPKovprnmciit reward of
MOO, will be given by the Delia Miiitlclnul
Counell to nny person trlvlniKoicli in format Inn nn will lend to the apprehcitftlnn
and conviction of the ni'inon or iirtnonn
who inuiiteml the Into James H. HnrrN or
Creneent Creek, nnur bailner'a I.andhip,
on or about Friday evening the llth .1 .Miliary.
WM. MoKEK, C.M.C.
Landera Land imt, Jun. 2lHt I887.dwJn8Jml
QT. PAUL'S CHURCH. Servleen ev-
O ery Sunday at 11 a. m. aod 7 v. m. In
the Churoh, Ht, John street, bolow Royal
avenue. Henia free, all are cordially invited. flunduvHehoolatcaOF. *.
METHODIST CIICKCII, Mary Bt,
Hev. c. Wataon. Pastor. Servloeiat
11 a, m. anil 7p. in. Sunday Hchoot and
Bible ci hm 2:m p. m. Prayer Meeting on
Thumb-yn atH |>. m. Seats ttei",atraiigera
eonllally invited. Je7-tc.
BAPI int (I1CI.CI1, Agnes Btreet,
Kust of Mary Htreeu Rev. Itobert
Lennie, I'aslur. Lord's Duy Services at 1)
n. in. and 7 «. m. Subbntli Sohool und
Biblo Class hi. 2m p. m. All noatsfrcej
Htrangeri cordially welcomed.   d-de2(w
A      VNIOJ
«/\-y *  A.
TLM munle
/yf\ held oi
UNION LODOB Mo, •, A. P.
M.-The regular Communications of this Lodge aro
.    .       held on Ibe first Monday in each
month. Sojourning brethren aro cordially invited to attend
PETER GRANT,
fe23*te Secretary.
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
Lot Nn. iw, Group II, New Weslwlasler
District.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of Kdwnrd Hoskln to the
above-mentioned land has been lost or
destroyed and application has been made
for n duplicate iiu-reof; notice is therefore
hereby given that a frenli Certificate of
Tltte will be Usued, In lieu of that, so lost
or destroyed, unless cause be shewn to
Ihe contrary within ono month from tbo
ditto hereof.
R.W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar
Land Registry Offlce,
New Westmlnsler, ttth Feb., 1887.
d-rcDml
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
oolumbia ■■raaac,
35Te-w  "W7"estr*aisister.  S. O.
dwja4tc
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
$8000 WORTH OF STOCK
 TO BE SOLD	
At Cost and Below!
^FOR the next ninety days,
Gam Boots, 96.50. sold for «ft.OO.
Equally low prices oa all other Rubber Good..   Th«M flood, art an Aaarttw
manufaoture.
Men's Boots, 91.50, sell for 93.50.
Ladles' French Kids. 96,sell tor 94*50
These (lood. mint be disposed of during tbe next 3 montha.   If *m nut aa*•
tiling in niy line call early and get your ehoiee; and you will make by te doing.
■AjMortmeaat SuefeslEixi Crlevas.
JAS. ROUSSEAU.
VOIR. OA8»
Tenders Tor a Llreaie lo tmt Timber •■
itaininlAM lands, In ibe Provlnee
of Ornish ColnMhla.
SEALED TRKDER8 ADDREfWKD TO
the undersigned, and matJied "Tend-
om for a Timber north," will be received
nt this Offli'ountl noon on Mondny, the
Twenty-first day of February next, for
Timber Berth No. 20, of thlrty-flve square
miles,situated nu the Blue* Water Creek.
n tributary of the Columbia Rlter, aha
also Tlmbor llerth No. 21, of thlrty-flve
pqunro miles, situated on Hlaeberry
Creek, n tributary of the Columbia River.
In the I'rovlnee of Britiih ColumUa.
Hketches showing the position approximately of Hmw berths, with the conditions on wlileh they will be licensed, may
b<> obtained at tills Department, or at the
Crown Timber Offices at Winnipeg, Cal-
ftary, Nortb-West Territories, hnd lfew
WentmliiHter, British Columbia.
A. M.BURORSS.
Duputy of tbo Minister of the Interior.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, 37th January, 1887.   dw/eMd
Bargains! Bargains!
QSEAT BA.*I8q-.A.I3iTS UN"
Gold & Silver Vatclies, DimonH Biiies.
BRACELETS, PINS, LOCKETS, GRAINS, M.
Also a large  assortment  of   SILVER   PLAtED   WARE.
KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, &c.
jy All Goods guaranteed to be as represented.       ,   ,.
C. M. McNaughten,
dw-jai9tc Colonial Block, New \W«tmin«ef. E t,',
Brown Leghorns. ;    FOR 8ALI.
•iin
THREE THOROrjOHBRKn BROWN
Leghorn Cock, ror sain The., an
flnnyounf lilnls,and they are oflereil al
very low prices. Auilr .I tills offlee.
8 EC Up BELIABEL
Cwtooua PRPF Thi Smtst
MMi.a ^^^ye^sj. wOanam
ta.Mll It WIU HT ten. 4Mna
TEBLB BROS * CO.,
TORONTO, ONT.
l-TOTICTB
i —
fpKNlWtjfl AM  II
l.o.lu'rv Rrklf Kll
Clly Mall, mefteet
aonwsfl MIM, tmts
•»»*M«^Wir«nr,*ia,i  ;,v»|i.ila
rtf«tt"        '    MHA.l ?"P
•jotambnm
K mrHetaltatton.
Ml UTTII M THE FIIHEIY TROUBU.
bk.utlTe Review .1 Hn nmte Matter,
—&t •■' i
Washdtotox, FeST 0.—Secretary
Manniug haa sent to Perry Belmont,
chairman of the home committee on
foreign affair., a long and carefully
reply to the requeit of that
" r hia view. vritJt regard to
«m bill., and for
1 nay deiire to
■  iieto.   The
 >to D0 00,,"
i part.: Firat, tlie fishing right, of the United State., and
aecond, the commercial right, of United State, vessels in Canadian porta.
Th. right of the former cilia, he aaya,
are defined by the treaties of 1783 and
1818, .qtLli dp. not ask either of
Great JBEauft.nl Canada any other
rights oWkottlos of taking, drying or
curing fish than those stipulated in
•uch treaties. In respect to commercial privilege, for our Ming veuela in
Canadian porta the situation ia othor-
wiie. Up to President Jackson's
proclamation of October 5,1830, this
K.eminent had no commercial privi-
res for ita.vea.els in Canadian porta.
We Jsad «clrkirivile|e. as colonist.;
w. loft *«m afcoloniats, we regainod
thefa hi M by an arrangement of
legislation, finally concerted with Great
Britain, which wos the result of international "understanding, that was in
effect,  although   not  technically,   a
K^mJtAsfh^vttiatsm.
Tjfflfc.JeUrjr'theii reviews af some
'"vFw^ "** *c*^>0,*, *>«•
tween th. governments of the United
States and Great Britain iu this respeot
fnm 1783 to 1830. "I am not aware"
the secretary say., "of any treaty excepting the fishing clauses of the treaty
of 1818, and the treaty of 1871, or of
any rule of international law binding
on _m Hnjtedf State., which now con-
itrsBliMat jBritoilC< t» conimeroial
intercourse with ourselves in Canadian
ports; snd from th. point of view of
this dentrtmsnt, Great Britain oan, if
•he deems ft ter her interest, or hecoa-
sary for her safety, retreat from the
d agreements of
I retreat therefrom
iui ui unfriendly
set will depend onits motives snd environment. To be sun, th. arrangement of 1830 was not, in . technioal
sense, s tn.tr, from the engagements
of whioh neither party can withdraw
without th. consent of the other, amicably obtained, but it was to be a rule
for ta. nurerful .states. It was a
pact, *lt#«ting Vm will and opinions fiftsc* ft*S»deUbsrst.in-
t*rn.«]biMt. Hw»t a bargain in
which *n. gtvornment bought s privilege at th. prlee of sn equivalent given
to the other. It was a contract solemnised and attested ~by th. law-making
instead of th. treaty-making power of
two nations.      e-r
nut ormsrvE sousim.
"What w. are now confronted by in
the roysl sssent, given hy tlie Queen
in oajpcil on November 26,1886, to a
C.nadjtn act ,.titled 'an act further
to at*Ld ihi act respecting fisheries
by foieigf v^li' It begins by n-
riti*strtW>it i. trpadient for the more
effectual protection of the in-thore
fishtrios of Canada against intrution
by for.ign.ri. The offensive significance of that law is the fact that by
(what I assume is law) the statute ea-
tablMJa-r th. Canadian union, the
govMiffcSijil must, not according
to hK mrsSori, but .ubjtct to the
QuitA**fuolons, eithar declare
ust he assent* in the Queen's name to
.bill passed bythe houses of the
Csnsdisn parliament, or that he re-
• She bill for Bonification of th.
Qu«n1pfc»rfe/^rhe last named al
ternati*. phase was adopted In dealing
with th. Canadian laws of 1886, which
peremptorily closes Canadian ports to
our fishing vessels seeking to trade.
It empower, any of the therein designated offlcen'fo Tiring to snd sesroh
any Assarican vesaela being within any
Canadian hsrbor, or hovering in British waters.
ih. mttm boVskiiio .er.
This is s nvivsl in Csnsds of th.
thetip'*.llit'.n«<at British hovsrlnj
sot, long sgo repealed in the mother
country. Tt the search prescribed snd
authorised be of a fishing vessel vi.it-
log prohibited place., snd fairly sns-
P*°ted el /.pairiog. there tofi.h, in
vlol»lii*JfAtttIiMiVMch »sreh,if
fsirly sod reaaonably made, may be
tbloratod. Our own customs lawa pre-
•crib, and authorise similar aesrch of
forokn vessel, ever four league, from
- •» W*l»» *Vw«'.l» (»rfe«
uyAMM MftlJsMl which I.
found having cntersd Canadian
waters, er th. port of Halifas, to buy
ioe, bait o»otW SWWas.n tor sny
ptrposss oltrt thin' shelter, repair.,
~i. piss is thst th.
wftftt Stipulates
iei; -that M deny,
llgtalstion is a rt.
" ilsndof
' and to
an antitM to respond
by . •hillar rene.1 of our own lsw,
sod by nfuMl hsresfter, snd while
dshste or Mgotistions goes on, to oon-
far hMpitolity or sny privllogst whst-
•fir it, oir porta on Canadian vawsls
TC U ft* purpoM   retaliation, w.
A-AMMr;kiiMill*qu*stion,Wh.t
■kill h* lh. efcaitstsr ind limitation of
(bnly uelude
I io eomts in
h<tT>>t*s*iih.in,and
'MB Osnsdi
MRding th.
m»*mMmim."
OtJM<ta>M,MNoknehi
its present course unless inspired by
some secret reason, by a purpose to
break friendly relations with ourselves
or unless it is under the will <>r at the
mercy of ils oniony." Tho secretary
then consider! the question whether or
not article 20 of the Alabama treaty
was left standing by the aot of engross of June 28,1883, and the president's proclsmrtion thereunder. " If,"
he concludes, " the stipulations of this
article ar. now binding on Great Britain, then it is indisputable that our
vessel, are entitled by treaty to enter
fiah a. merohtndiie at the proper custom house of sny Canadian port, for
Conveyance in bond to the United
Slim. Of necessity the veisel containing the fish i. entitled lo enter the
port in order to enter the merchandise
st th. proper custom house."
nrraoi or the sekaie bill.
In considering the bill, submitted
to him, Secretary Manning says that
he ia extremely reluctant to discuss
any bill which, after debate, haa been
adopted in tho senate by a vote almost
unanimous, and that he does so only
from the point of view of the need of
the treasury department, to which
will he committed the execution of the
proclamation issued by the president
under the proposed measure, if it
shsll become a law. " If," he aay.,
"tho senate bill ahall become a law,
and the president .hall Issue hi. proclamation thereunder, besides putting
an end to the transit traffic, its effect
will, be to include from importation
Canadian free goods, such a. certain
kinds of fish, lumber, etc., to the
amount of 82,500,000 annually, and
also of reducing the nvenue by preventing the importation of Canadian
dutiable products, such ss lumber,
bresdstufi., fish, etc., in annual value
of SST 822,000,000, to the extent of
about (4,000,000, whieh will be the
probable duties collected on such goods
during the present fiscal year, if the
present system of intercourse shsll
continue. Be recommends thst
there be no unnecesasry ambiguity in
the law, and if loomotives, railway
rolling .tuck and can are to be deluded under any circumstances congress
should say so in explicit terms, and
all vehicles containing or carrying
merchandise should be distinctly excluded, if that lie the will of congress.
Iu conclusion Mr. Msnning ssys: "It
is much to bo ngretted thst medlieval
tariff law. like that cruel legaoy of the
war which still encumbers the ststute
books of the United States, or a medieval non-inlercourse polioy, like
that of the Dominiun of Canada, approved by the queen in council, on the
threshold of her majesty's jubilee
yesr, should be allowed, to the disgrace of our common civilisation."
THE SECBETABY SUBMITS A BILL.
Following are the material pointa in
the draft of a bill submitted by the
•ecretsry. The bill is .ntitled "An
let to enable the president to defend
ind protect the rights and privileges
of veuol. of the United States." The
preamble set. forth the cause for
complaint aud the neocssity for the
proposed legislation, and the bill goel
on to provide that whenever the president ahall be satisfied thst vessels of
the United States are, by Britiih cr
Canadian authority, denied any right,
of privilege to which they sre entitled,
he shsll, st his discretion, lawfully
close by proclamation sll port, of th.
United States .gainst all vessels
owned by her Bitennie msjesty, except such u ire in distress. Vessels
violating this provision shall be
seised aud forfeited. Penona violating iny proclamation made
in pursuance of this act shall be
deemed guilty of misdemeanor, and
on conviction thereof he ahall be lined
not exceeding (1,000, or imprisoned
not exceeding two yean, or both. The
bill also provides for the appointment
of a commissioner, whoso duty it shsll
be to take testimony relative to losses
and injuries inflicted since December
31st, 1885, by the British authorities
upon citixens of the United states engaged in (sheries on the Northeast
coast of British North America.
All Abont a Ral.
A nthor curious caso will shortly be
heard before the tribunal of a German
town, the original cause of whioh is a
rat It seems that some time ago the
house of in inhabitant of the town wss
invsded by a number of rata, and to
get rid of them the following stratagem
was resorted to. The inmate of the
house caught one of the intruders,
tied . string uf little bells round its
neck, and let it go. The rat, on regaining ita liberty, went to rejoin its
fellows, but the latter, scared by the
tingling of tho bells, Dod from the
Iiouse, and sought domicile cUewhore.
As for the one with the bells attached,
it chose a neighboring house for its
abode, and it was this that led to th.
present lawsuit. The inmate of the
house wss awok. on. night by the
mysterious jingling of n bell, and unable to account for the sound, he apoke
about the matter to his family and
household. The worthy people were
extremely superstitious, and whon on
several succeeding nights th. tinkling
of bells wu distinctly heard by everyone, the only conclusion tint oould
be reached was thst th. house wss
haunted. Under this impression the
servants quitted their plaota, their
mistress fell ill; in fact, to th. peace
and tranquility thst had formerly
reigned succeeded terror .nd alarm.
Ultimately It chanced thst th. "ghost"
—thst is say, the rat-was ought, ind
upon the much-tormented family learning who had billed the creature, it
wu derided to bring an lotion against
him to obtain oempenistion for ill the
worry th. stratagem hsd occasioned
hia neighbors.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity.strength and wholesonnmesn. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold tn eompe itlon with the
multitude of low tout, short weight nlunt
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Roval Bakixg Powdicb Co., ioe Wnll BU,
New York. 8t*ly
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE UNDERSIGNED has established
himself In the Citv of New Westminster with a FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Whlcb In open ror Engagements al
very moderate Charges.
Orders left at the Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will bo promptly attended
to day or night Btablo next H. Elliott's
JOB. OATES.
Telephone No. 30. mylte
The British Columhia
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Famishes all Kinds or Help
Free of Charge.
OUR BUSINESS ABBOT.
D
,0 YOU WANT TO BUY OR 8EM. A
Business, take a partner, etc.
PICKERIK8 & GO.
OFFICE: Fort Street, between Douglas
and Brouihton, VICTORIA, B. C. P. O
box est. mhS7
Wood and Coal.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HAND A
lnrge quantity of   '"* '*■*'
REST WELLINGTON LUMP COAL
And an assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Wbloh li. will sell at lowest rates.  Ho
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
Order, left at Mr. McColl's store on'Co-
lumblo street, or at my house, Douglas
street, will meot with prompt attention.
'     'HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westminster B. C. JlylOto
NOTICE.
DOMINION^ LANDS.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
JT that tbe undenlgned In prepared to
receive application! and grant entries for
Surveyed Dominion Lands In Township*
0, 11, 12,18, », 88,40,41 and 42, New Westmlniter District,
Applicant* must personally nppear beforo the undersigned, at the Doml'>l«n
Land Offlce, New Westminster, to make
the affidavit and pay the entry fee of $10
{inscribed bythe Regulations governing
he disposal of sueh lands.
H. a W. AIKMAN,
Agentof Dominion Ijinds, B. C.
New Westminster, 24th Jan., I88T. djaSSm
NOTICE.
CANCELLATION of RESERVE
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN TH VT
the Resorve, nol Ire whereof was nnb-
llshed In tlm "British Columbia Qaxette,"
and dated the7lh dny of Aiikiihi, Mil, ha.
been cancelled hy an Onler of His Honour
the I.lenteniiliMloviTiior In Council, np-
firaved on the Olh dny of December, Ism,
n so far a. 11 relate, lo Die lands ln New
Westminster Dlstrlet which consulate
the townsite of Hustings. Bnrrard Inlet,
forlhe purposo ofsnloln lols or block, nt
public auction, nnd for no oilier purpose.
WM. HM1THK
Chief Commlssionerof Land's A Works.
Lands A Work. Deportment,
Vlrtorln, B. (.'., December sill, lsHS.
d-dollmS
Quick Thahot from a .tat. ol Ml.-
nets, bodily Ulnar, and nervou. irrlts-
bilitjr—induced by dyip.p.a—4o . condition ol .Igor ud pbyslesl wmf.rt, h •
low. th. aMd of th. rt.nd.rd regaining
tonlo and stomsohie, Northrop k Ly-
maa'a Nagatsbla DisMon* aad Drapsp-
£2S& ISLSSefyrS2."'oci5;
dtgutton, UoMttpathM, jytjgu, WSS-
mi
sOoapl
tn-VB.
mm
Jobpftottogof sll kinds smlAjtSsU
.tth.bomirsuii offloe. FrtWwfllf.
fonnd low.r than ., sny *Nm> offlcta
tk,vmlSm.—Adt.
NOETH
lll/H
Capital, $8,000,0001   losses
Paid, 148,000,000
•",■••»«»>•<•)■»«»•* MM
Rates u Low at any other
| Company doing Butineu
'      in Britiih Columbia.
ItT JU.k. promptly taken, and Lome.
'satlifsotorlly adjusted.
T.R. PEARSON,
(B.O.R*f.Co.)A«BHT.
Telephdiie Call He. S. P.O. Box 71
WM McCOLL,
Sutral Uaiist!
Dry GoodB, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
LUKDBOM'S BLOCK, Oolumbia St.
dw-aullto
N
•jstotiob.
OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
„. 60 duys nfter dnte wo Intend making
application to tho Chief Commissioner ol
Lunds und Works for permission to purchase Ota aeres of Timber Land, described
as follows:
Commencing nt tho South Enst cornor
ofthe land applied for by us this dnte on
the peninsula between Loughborough
Inlet and Phillip's Arm, mainland of
British Columbia: thenco Eust 40 ehains,
Bouth 80chains. West SO chains, Nortii 80
ehains, Enst 40 chains, to jwlntof commencement.
Now Westminstor. a C. Dec 22,1888.
ROYAL UITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited).
d*deS3m3     John Hendiiy, Manager.
NOTICE.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
60 days after date we intend mnking
application to tho Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to purchase nhout Six Hundred acres of Timber
Land,described ns follows:
Commencing at a stake set on the Easterly shore lino of a Inke ou the mainland
of British Columbia, nbout 2!-., miles easterly from a point on the East shore of
Loughborough Inlet, which point bears
nbout duo East from BenverCrcpk; thence
East 80 chnins, Houth 40 chains, East 40
chains, South 40 chains, Enst 40
chains, South 40 chnins. West about 40
chains, to shore Uno of lake; thence
Northwesterly along shore Hue of lake to
point of commencement.
New Westminster, B. C, Ilea 22,' 1886.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited).
d-de2ftm2     John Hkndky, Manager.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
10u> Beoad St. ud 16 Pam Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES 4 OTHER
Buildings, Good., Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of suoh Vessel.; also, Shins building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board sueh Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM (088 OR DAMASK BT FIBK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 BTG.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ARM8TB0N6,
Agent for New Westminster.
PACIFIC
New Westminster, B, G.
REID & CURRIE
MANUFACTURERS* IMPORTERS OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
' Butcher Carts,
Dog Oarts,
Dump Oarts,
Drays, Stages,
AND  EVERYTHING   IV  THE
VEHICLE UNE
We have a large stock of moat of
the above articles on hand, aim a large
stock of Wagon and Carriage Material,
Wheels, Wood anil Hardware,
Repairing. Painting t Trimming
done at reasonable prices.
BLACKSMITHINC
In atl itn Branches.
Estimates givon ou Ironwork, and
Contracts taken. Agricultural Imple-
mentf* made and repaired, and all kinds
of Ironwork for Saw Mills, Logging
Camps and Farmers, kept in stock ana
made to order.
Horse-Shorlm* nnd General
Jobbing.
We also keep In stock to .upply th.
trado, Iron, Steel, Chain., Cumberland
Coal, Hone and Ox Shoe., Harrow.,
Inn and Steel Harrow Teeth, Carriage
Spring, and Axles, and a complete stoek
of Carriage Hardware,
Parties requiring anything In our line
will find by inspecting oar stook thst
lhey don't Kqufre to go to Viotoria to
get what they want, for they can get a
superior artiole at a reaaonable prioe
here.
We are also manufacturing and selling
the celebrated
VICTOR  HAT RAMUS PRR88,
At reduced price..   It I. the beat snd
chrapnt Press In the market.
•arwe have snt th. best workmen to be
had In the oountry, and we import nearly
all the stock we use from the ea.t-oon.e-
qiienlly we ean offer Inducement, lo purchasers that we conld not have done some
tlmeaio. All malcrlal and work lenvln,
the shop will he niarnntsed lobe Just as
represented. Order, from the country
promptly attended to,
dwootml RIIDftOURRII
DOUGLASS DEIGHTON,
Mutmfaotureis unit Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc
tfBW WESTMINSTER, B. O.
dw-Jlyaito
Mainland Transfer Co'y
New Westminster and Vancouver stage.
ITNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, A DAILY
JJ Stage will leave (rom the Colonial
Hotol for Vancouverat 10 a.m.,son. lo
connect with steamer for Victoria.
A. O GAMBLE, Bee.
New West., B. Cloth Feb., IM7. dfeioto
Wkst PimiouH, l«y Main the
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption has for some
timo been recognized by Medical Hen to
be the most simple ana effectual means
of conveying to D]HeasedOigans,,,Oura-
tlvtis," but .n canes of Kidney ulseaseand
Complaints mtcnilnnt thereon, suoeemful
trentment whs practicably impossible until tho Introduction of the marr Kidney
Pad, It, costc lenn than a single prescrlp*
tion and is Immeasurably more decisive
and effective than any Quantity of. internal
Medicinal dosing. Worn Immediately over,
the sent of Disease, Its curative properties
become absorbed by the df soasod and enfeebled Organs, conti n uously.nnd directly,
ns required to Insure In return thulr healthy action and original vigour. It Ib comfortable to the patient imi) pleasant ln Ils
ciTficts, nnd chits when nothing elaoenn,.
Tho Stun* Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive results, A mitre valuable
discovery ns a true remedy for Kidney
Dlsonsei was never made,—Medteal Gazette
The Starr KMncy rail, mmiufaotnrod
lu Toronto, Is a permanent sore onr- for
diseases, disorders nnd nllments of ihe
Kidneys, Bladder-and urinary secretive
system, or attendant complaints, causing
pain in the small of the back, sides, etc.,
firoducing urinary disorders, such us too
rcqucnt, scanty, diflicult, painful or copious niicl tuition, Inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,,
etc,, denoting (ho presence tn the system
of diseases com nnm to the urinary secretive organs—known as gravel, cafarriuof
tbe bladder and passages, Bright's disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Bend for pamplitotto LANGLEY A
CO., Wholesale Agents, Vletorla, Hetall-
ed liy A. M. HERRING and D. 8. CURTIS
A CO., Now Westminster: T. MoNJEE*
LEY, Ladner's Landing: H. McIWwELL
A CO., H ASTINQH SAW MILL CO., THB
VANCOUVER DRUG CO.. Vanoonverj
Vf, E. MCCARTNEY A BRO., Vancouver
nnd Kamloops; J. B. LOVELL Yale: W.
R. MEGAW, Priost Valley; H. CLARK A
CO., Kamloops. -'—""*"*
Fire! Fire!
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, SSrd June, 1886,
MR. G. ROBERTSON,
Vnncouver;
Representing Goldlu A McCulloch,
Gait, Onl.
Sir.—We the undersigned having witnessed the terrible (Ire which wiped out of
existenco the young oity of Vancouver,
on the 1.1th inst,, Imve.afterthoflre.cx-
am tned the safes snid by you, some of
which were put to the most severe test,
having been surrounded by largo quantities of lard and baeon, and we aro pleased
to testify to tho remarkable manner in
•which overy Safo sold by you preserved
its contents, nor only books nnd papers,
but also thousands nf dollars In paper
money were taken out In perfect condition. Wo enn, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend thein ns thoroughly fire proof:     r   ,■   i    li
L. A. Hamilton, for thc Canadian Pacific
Railway Company: M. A. MacLean,
Mayor; John J. Blake, Stipendiary Magistrate; Rlch'd. Alexander, Just fee or
the Peace; John Boulthoe, Police Magistrate, City of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justice of the Peace; Isaac Johns, Col.;
Edwnrd E, Rand, Real Estate Broker;
R. Balfour, Alderman: John Rankin,
Roal Estate Broker: Pither A Edson,
Royal Hotel: H. F. Keefer, Contractor,
C. P. R,i J. W. McFartadd, Port Moody,
to Vancouver and English Bay; F. C.
Innes A Co, Real Estato Brokers; A. W.
Ross. Roal EBtnte Broker; Gravely A
Spinks. Real Kstate Broken; R O. Ferguson, Mgr. R. C. P. Mills. JeSOto
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Printing  Company
(uxixxsro.)
ON THE 10TH OF JANUARY, 1887,
tho Colvmmax Newspaper and
Printing Concern was purchased liv a
joint stook company composed of citizens
cf New Westminster, to he known' as the
"British Colnmbian Printing Co.,
Limited." The concern has been for
nearly a year owned and controlled by
the British Columbia Stationery and
Printing Company, of New Wc.tmln.ter,
Victoria and Vancouver, The object of
the uow company is to continue the pub-
lication of the British Coi.iimiiian newipaper and carry on a general printing and
.publishing concern, controlled entirely by
thoso whose individual interest it will be
to promote the development, especially
of tho Mainland. There will 'hi no
slackening of the energy hitherto displayed in the management of the estab.
Ushment, and It. patron, msy rely upon
receiving full Value for their money.
The Coiumbias ivlll continue to be entirely independent in both Dominion and
provincial politics, and wilt devote itself
to the advancement of inch schemes1 aa
may lw considered In the publio Interest.
Thc concern i. now entirely separate froin
any other' business, the book ' Snd
stationery establishment in this oity
having Wen taken over by Mr. T. lt.
Pearson, who will continue to carry it oa
in his own name and for his own benefit.
It Is desirable that a dally newipaper
Ihould be maintained ln this city, snd
the new company asks for public patron*
age on the ground that it Is sngsgsd It
sn enterprise calculated to promote ths
publio welfare. It uk. that the Col-'
umbian lie judged on its own merits and
supported Only >o long a. its' policy Is
consistent mth its profeiiloni, In consequence of. this busineu ohsng. all accounts da. ths conmm must, bs uttUd
without delay so ihst ths books of ths
forme* compnny may be adjusted Snd
closed. Address sll communications and
remittance, to
D, KOBSON, Msnagtr.
New Westminster, Jan. M, IMT.    '
New Westminster, Coal HWbor
and Seattle Bonle.
jjUl
THK STEAMER
(J. W. TAME, Muter.)
WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY
TkandirH.raUialt.'clMk, for
Sews Weatmlnater and Coal Harbor, Via
Port Townsend and the Islands; arrlVMat
New Weatmlnater dn Fridty forenoon
leave., for Coal Harbor about two bonis
afterward.; leave. COAL HARBOR FM.
dar Ull" 'or Seattle.
fare te Seallle ...........»4.tS
rreltktpertat     S.M
Special rate, to merchant..       tplOte
WHITE
18 RING!
HAVING SECUBJSD THE AGENCY
for this celebrated Machine, I
would be pleased to send ono ot trial to
any person desirous of purcbuing. The
Machines are sold on their own merits.
Every Machine guaranteed by the Company for five years.
C.   J.   ROBSON'S
Fruit, Confectionery ft Fancy Glassware ft China Store,
Columbia St.,      ■      New West.
 djaste	
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
GamratKe Capital •I.Mt.M*
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A HOMEXOMPANY,
Thi:. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Security o'flbrerl to policy holders In
unsurpaHsed by any Company dolor builness In Canada,
It hitsnoBchem.es of Insurance, but the
wcll-establlKhed lines, hence the polioy
holders cunnot be misled ns to their oon*
tracts.
Ite statement* to the publie can be readily understood, Its cash statement ahow-
tne every Item of Income and how expended.
Ite position isMcort ninml annually from
a detailed valuation In whieh every Mom
of liability is included.
Ite progress has been unexampled In
the history of Insurance In Canada.
Ite policies aro indisputable after three
years, and nonforfeitable after two yean'
existence.
Ite profits are distributed upon an equtt-
abte basis. Tbe profit* to one elan of
policy holders are not lessened to give
larger profits to any other class, which
method affurd* superior advantage* over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberal Conditio** a* lo Besldrare anil
J. K.MacDONALD,
Managing Dlreotor.
T. R. PEAR8IN & CO.
AfSttSiNtwWHtmliiatat .
JeT-Uno-alt.rnata.
In the East.
JUP.T ABRIVBDl
been hurried through .peeMly, fur thi
Clirlatm.s and hollaa'trad.. and consist!
of choice and well jelMte* flood., Billable for this season ofthe year.
Heavy Invoices and hill, of ladlniara
Juat to band direct from manufacturer,
fcflner. and, packer, of Goods, now In
transit across the eontfnent. „atd whjn
tbla lot arrive. McPhaden will carry the
best.assortm.ht of
Staple Hnd Fancy
Groceries
in the Province, and sell at prlee*'
never before touched In British Columbia.
Coal Oil.     Coal Oil.
jtmy.
i of.thefainon. high, test J
•rap CMMI direct from Cleveland;
Ohio, eipected dally.
SUOAR.        SUM*.
Acer load direct from refinery of Hu-'
on. Syrup, and MoIbsm. .specuid ot
Juat arrlvad direst Itm Yokohama, ei
Gunpowder Tea* .   ,n,. ,,
1 prc.ll and namlnaoar Ooast before
pnrehMl w your Uhrl.lm.. sUppQas,
PM0PHAD««,
ImportsrV Wkoistils ft Kstsll Oftwr.
NRW WEWMh.ll*., 1.0.     44411. '
IOO   YJIAd   3WT
T.R.W|S1
COLUMBIA STREET.
New WMtmlniter,B.C
1KB DSUttt It-
Books,
ihl'il
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
nes,   ,;';
Toys, etc
The Largest Stock on the Main,
land,  and second  to  nu
House in British Co-      ;
lufflbia.
 SOLE A0KNT rTJIi^
I
Of Boatoa.
Tne Dominion bin«i«
. Of IWnunvill., Out.
And sgwt for all th. leading Amrioaa
ft
—oOKNT FOK  ,
Conhdaratlofi LHs Assuranot ti.
'     v    lf''
North BrffiHi ahd IWrtarfHHi' Wr*
Insurants Co.
 A|ts. for Nrst.t"uu»
HEI ii MiWMCT u
H ■MM""
gHirrim. sicAnn.
iiids, tunmii i,
iiiM'*r«itti  '
CT8T0H BUI'S., IILAHI
LU8KI.riltH.ilWU, i
'   mm, •irtn'ni
,,•■■■•    ■    iff I ill ii        kfl'lf li '• ":i\
And aUkUd.(>fllU«k Book. MHlBlau.
Form, on hand.
 AU tks Lwdltf—   ../
NEWSPIKIS . r
__ANt>-— Hi u  .".!,,,
renoucjut
Ittgtlarly losrind.'
toruyPsbllettiotst two-troti*.'
T. R.  PBA.
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