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 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Notice W. H. Viennan
gailfi frtti|»fColfhbian
ISirrtp Bvesjias, Pwrfi ., *ttt.
Afinire in the province of Quebec
do not seem to be coming to a satisfactoryconclusion. Tliere is no
indication bf an intention on the
part tt ike govemment to resign,
or to call a meeting of tyilggisla-
ture. Iiide-S, it is cohfidentty
stated that Premier Boss does uot
intend to do either, He and a
number of his political confreres in
the local and federal houses are said
to be busily employed ooncooting
schemes for the preservation of the
government. They are negotiating
with members who have been elected as oppositionists, it is said, in
the hope that some of them may
yield dnd become government sup
porters. If these negotiations fail,
it is said that Mr. Boss will ask
for another dissolution of the house,
hoping that a new eleotiDn may
leave matters more favorable to hia
part*"*--''- '
NOTICE.
/•(HARLE Y, HAVING SOLD THE WAH
4tfNHk-4$£l%Mlt
store on or before Wednesday, the 1Mb
Inst., otherwise they will not he reoog-
alsed. un-.?.   _  WO TUNC-.
Dated Xew Westminster, Bee. 9th, 188*.
The Expert walal Farto-
We hope no piistake will be made
in the location of, the experimental
form in connection' With which Prof.
Saunders is now in this country.
It is stated that the.professor has
been looking over *he f»lmli_g districts of Vancouver Island, and
that'tf*j8* minion t**f*|ctj$nl«ii.-l
to-day, arid after examining aome of
the land in this district Will leave
next Sunday for the east. Prof.
Saunders .reached Viotoria late last
Sunday night, and it he' leaves at
noon-text Sunday be will have spent
just one week in the province. Thii
is saareelyj time enough to enable
him *to -gflh-*aiiything. like a eom-
prehensive knowledge of the agricultural capabilities or requirements of
the country. ■ It would take one a
full wtet "tii'' fa'dte to look over the
agriculture! landa of thia Jdlstrict
alone', aiid" ill is well known that
this fifty-alt oa6V.he 8ft«t agriciil-
tural di-tciot in the province. But
if P_ofcf-aii-_d-(ra«i_ly'riches'the
mainland to-dny, and leaves on Sunday, 'BT-wHr have only two dayH to
do what could 'MiwrpU accom-
of considerable importance. It
ought to be as central as the circum-
stances^iy^|_iB«a*<iiHV»l
be within, easy, reach of_the Canadian 'J'slcific'Bailwajr, The farm,
we suppose, will not only be an experimental f««_r*)«.,-St. ■wil.."'*" a
model farm as well, and for this
reason it will he the objective point
of most of the people who come to
this part of ihe province in search
of farming lands; because it will
show what the country can do in
the way of agriculture, Oneof the
greatest. Btpefitt ,,40 ;the, province
from the establishment of this {arm
will be the benefit of practloal experiments in agriculture performed
within reach of the' observation df
our own ngricultorists. Bnt unless
the farm be SO Ideated as to make it
easily accessible these benefits will
be limit*!'' It has always been the
case thai those who come to this
provinoe officially from the eaat are
so exceedingly prewed for time that
there in no adequate opportunity
affonlsd them for accomplishing in-
tellige-itly the purpose of their mission. We believe Prof. Sanndore is
well qualified to make a good selection for the experimental farm, but
if he gooa away after having spent
only two days, in this district he
certainly cannot carry with him an
intelligent and comprehensive idea,
of our agricultural resources.
■"vtjI.'.M •"•■•   •■■'WlitiH iv
Resolutions of Condolence.
At the last regular meeting of Union
Lodge -iti, A.-fr* £U., held, «K
December Oth,_ft»,f*Ha"ii|*g> resolution, ttWA^tJK-ePff. JV & 0lBt«>
O. 8. ,t'M.;-4iM-,tm by W. Bra,
William Howay, 0. S. B., was'unanimously adopted ;T ■'•    •'■       M
Whereas, The Subrems Grand Master of the Universe hss sssn fit to remove mini onr midst II. W. Bro.
Josiae 0. Hushes, Psst Msster of this
Lodger «d-Grand Senior Warden of
the Grand Lod_J. ol British Columbia,
and, while we bow in humble submission to the Divine .will, we deplore the
event which removes from our midst a
worth; citizen, from a family a kind
and affectionate husband and-father,
JSneSffiruK. *-"_3T»t"nd r«V™ed
member.
Therefore, Resoltsed, Tliat we extend
to thembjoji,0f ctff .-leosjaae-J...brother
our siaUM and trmlound sympathy,
praying that he who doeth all things
well may sustain, comfort snd keep
them1 Iti this their great affliction j and
therefore.--       ■
Kesohtd'_5fhat this aur remlution be
spread on tfca minuUs of Union Lodge
and a otrtf, under the seal of the
Lodge, fotwaadad to the widow of the
deceasiw.  .i^&jjWiuok,' Becretarv.
am^^MmJ,Ky.-y'y
H.«yitrid4-rflow.,'.CoroC,,r.,
It ha*t*> eqwalforreHK>ving these trou
hlesoii».ft.   ,,
tilled wh* has* <
Oyhavetes-
WP
Mflfljee :-i|t,-flfffflRMWMM»:
,1-anG'nl .'-tmucHt-stvAv.
_*ewW«l«ilnst.r,WM.'li»,l«*'.  tt-tstm
I
Xmas Apples
TWO TONS
" Greening,
SOUTHERN j
ju uiDNiiu., .nmn, Golden Rr
nnd oth.ryarleKs af apples, at 2 a
lb., at the orehanl, in quantities t
Come and see them,
d-de8wl WM. CLARKSON.
NOTIOE.
VTOTICE IS HUBBY OIVBaj THAT
JN application ill be made to thsTm-
illative Assembly of th. Provinoe of British Colilmtila, at. Its next session, for an
Aot to Incorporate a Company for th. COB-
struotlonand operation of nllne of Railway in the Distriot of New Westminster
ln the Province of British Columbia, from
a point at or sear Ladner's Landing,
thenee Inn North Easterly direction to a
point ot or near Popcuia.
Dated at Vletorla ths "th day of December, A. D. 1886.
d-deSw.    '
Icltortor Applriaii
i
LL AC0dU»T8J*n*l»; BE VMSftO
THOMAS WALSH.
me personally.
1-deTml"'
House for Sale.
AN.'i-ROOMED HOUSE.WIlh ont-bulld-
injpt, situated In a moht desirable
8 ' -    *     -ill'of Wfttr
r. Particulars o;
narvonBts,
iart of {he city.   _. -  ...
My. Particulars on rtifllL
iremlfies, cor. Merivale and Car-
...,." Good wei
Particulars on
cation
E1
Terms easy,
on tSS
larvon bib.
d-dc6wl     MRS. J. B. HENDERSON.
r^R sMi-M'
nHEjDJJt
_   sale bis
rgRSIGNBD i
c^W^l1^.
Lol, with 8-roomed Dwelling Howe,
Rltuatad on Columbia Mswt,. next the
Roman Catholic Churoh. '
Drawing, pining, Bed Booms, and Kitchen; Panlry, Scnllery, Bath Room, and
Wash House; Three-stalled Stable, Hay
Loft, Carriage House, and extensive Wood
Sheds, Ac.    Plentiful   supply of goo
sr^na&&%ffejw
very sniS__kl«a large family. ~   ■• ~
Apply to
. d-de2to HENRY V. EDMONDS.
1   WgkeslDlvl
d-de3ml..,.,-} Jr *"
W "5
■*l      syr-saB.
Rural
tj j. hn%
Canadian}
CANADA   PRESBrTCRIAN.
SI If fins tUUI ft*; IMJ.
This Rematkable Otlbr Is«ood*o.«T,D as
well aa new Subscribers.
Tua-Canada Presbvtbriaw Is pronounced to be the "leading denominational paper In Canada," Is now ln its
BixTESKiu year of publication, and In all
IU departments will be belter than ever
during the coming year.
The Rural Canadian, about to enter
on Its tinth year, Is styled the "Agricultural authority of the Dominion," Is a
larg. 82 pp. paper, with departments, to
suit the vsrleff fates »bd Interests to be
found ln overy home, .-■'.-.-..     i
Sataertbe U, »-4»: rapers  twwt tatt
-TySy--*1--^*1 "*">> ■■*
C. BLACKETT ROBINSON,
d-<le7adlib        5 Jordan Street, Toronto.
mk na-:.-. .atT*-'.-
iTOTICB.
tish ....
Ait lncorporaclM Ihf applManui -m
sufficient powers to> Mnble ttwem to
claim certain limrf»iltftat« In ftieDtst....
of New Westmlniter ln tbe Province of
British Columbla.whlch muy be desoribed
as all those tracts of manh and meadow
land t»iM subject to overtlow,and Isolated
portions of upland comprised within the
Boundaries of the same, bounded as follows, viz.:
WU RWer 3HSK southwardly iy in
set River: and Eastwardly by the main uplands of Townshlm 9,13, and 42, ol Group
One, New Westminster District.
U%^wm*\mnJ'W«
tthe OnuUHi Rlwr aud the Qplaad
Towns)Ape89,40,and'tl,of Group One,
New Westminster District aforesaid,
and Southwardly by the Fraser River.
m*?„ni &stsRiffiT*-- rss 1 '•
have been granwdWlhe Cirown, propor-'
tlonate to the benefit which may be derived therefrom, to emrMy the cost thereof, upon such termi and subject to sueh
conditions u may be Just and for enabling the applicants to aenulre and hold
uysuoh lands whether granted by the
ca-wn or not, upon inch terms and conditions as shall seem Just.
Dated at NewWestminster the 25th day
of November. 1888.
d-deaic Solleftoni for Applicants.
AFTER DINNER.
Persons who suffer from Indigestion
can arrest the progress ol that painful
malady by the use of sn afttMlnatr
pill, to composed that It will give tone
tothe stomach, prevent"-- j*  	
msm
TTjlDEiA COMMITTEE _.
U rBgeSent. a Quadrille Clul
organized In this city.
Tbe Club meets every alternate Tueoday
and promises to be a complete success.
Gentlemen wishing to Joiu are requested to hand iu their names as soon as possible either to Mr. M. WOODSfSee.: Mr.
A.H.GRERN; or Mr. GAHIQCH. Piee.;.
from whom full particulars can be ob-
  „_..,..     _»*___*.■     dnolOnal
■--   TBE WSIASTANB0U8
INK & STAIN
.   ERASER
Will remove all Ink or Fruit
SUins, Iron Rust, Grease or
Mould, and leave the paper, or
fabric perfectly uninjured. <
tRYlT.   PR 101,30c
i. c. STATtfMuv'» Mmrrmo co.
New Westminster, Vanoonve-.i. Victoria
LIFE AMI
Canada Life
ASSURANCE   COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED. 1947
Capital & Funds, • S8.000.000
THaE„^nDffi{gK,^ya8e
pany Is now prepared to .receive applloa-
tlnnii,
'j_tt«ia«a_aisatf«u
Abioluto Security,,
The
pany
Combined with the
-IVMeaiTi
■_E*r,Q,.gB{.jg_,:_Kv.
coii4:-P-A._fcT"_2r
Capital, $1,000,0001 i louses
bttsUllaksMlltaoii
Rates a* Low as any other
Company doing Bualneaa
in British Columbia.
-JflOYrBai-.^ llTlYf
IT Risks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjnsted.
JUOT ARniVEDi
Spocialiies
rntdS FIBST INSTALMENT OF MB.
t.   MoFh.den's.purchase. In the East
ies!
mm
«S^THAT-2«
WANT.
I
TSIHT.Vt
,25 -*»?jr«E- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
Just Received by G. P. R.,
il
.111101
bV 0M¥ Ascription.
4_ifn«-.i*)K bits il'-llllfl lllfitl  .,.„'•'
Mf1lTtlt''-i
UIS
Price
This Map has been produced at
great oost, and gives a vast amount
d information nevtr before avuila-
ble respectipg the moat important
district mlOit-tn^vS. A "'.': *..''
'T
The new Map shows the latest
turvtfi .thJwt roa^YjtheJinf of.
theC. i>i*R,'a„d,iM*,M:'   '
BUY A COPY.
,       .ona__i__(_.av_oa no
HJBLISHED BY
"■SMiiiPlBf-i*!
NEW WM^p^^^-J-fJU
™ '   FOR 3ALE AT aia
% R. Peawon & Cofs
HEW WtUPWWHr ARD f-IWWf™.
F TheSKStdf-^Afere selected by Mr. E.
S.. jScoit^ara)effiojiJ|te and are from the
oeifebrated jffii&fflsQip Bros.,;ft^ifton,
Ontario, which is a guarantees that they
catt't" he bea;teh ito ipiality or cheapness,
|Tow ii% the StoVe (s6^>s6ii: ,is,J3_i^^lli^.v_^iiBt'
J^I^bCMwI®^ intend to easry <ai»j5i
' ^Stoves ;«^
are offering these Stoves at ,M-^E^.-fNE¥T
EanfMjpJMpiFORE lOtflS
^ItX^i^,^!! itttS ,■„,whole stook auist beJ
.fSlosed-aoi-rt wittrcratMielayj-it'iHft'be to yottf
ihterest to com^'eatly aAi.iecwi'e^BAR-,,
;v.v".:'1! .'•':l!*T  "
We "fili^S^f^iS^rgest andr best se-
jeeted stock 'of Cooking Stoves, Ranges,
Tinware, Brass Goods, IrSbii Flpe MdTit*?
tings in British Columbia, and out Goods
tition. .THijiit.. ..uii/.(jo.i
11 Tinsnilthi^, Plumbing and Steata and
Gas-Fitting dt)ne thirst-class Mechanics.
,, Wewkee-tf* ^tt^olgs^ffl^'of^AS
J'lXTlJ^Sand^HANDELIERS;- -''
piuntaNNRin
.At !-
 AKD----'
iffl
ANJKW.ST00K
  _.   reus.
the liver" tohes-thiarscfion, Inviaonte
the kldnejs.snd thus, tlirougkthe activity
ol these orgsas, projooto tlw natural
novemrat of tho stoniach and bowels.
Ayer's Pills sre so eon-pounded that
their action, though mild, eftcWalhr produces tho ahove results, They ana, In
curing Constipation, remove Uie cause of
SllloihnM,L_wr 0>nIlalni,lUdaw,pis.
ease, Sheunstfani, smi msny other wrtous
ailments,
AYm'HVWM
contain no mineral nor poisonous substance, and do not gripe taalees ths
bowels aro Irritated, snd enn then their
Influence Is hesthw. To contlnm tlieir
eftet In constipated or chronic cases,
need only be tires ia dlnfidshttt '
pf Increasing doses. Fo? seamen,	
bhbitaats sr travelers In sparsely ssMM
ooiintrles where physicians are not it
hsnil. tb«7 sre of Inntlttsblc value.
Then Is hsrdly a sickness they Will tut
alleviate, and In most cases 'cure, If taken
promptly. To young abler Just entering
upon woaaanhood, smfto women whose
lod of mstemlty Is drawing to »clo-e,
-'s Fills, In moderate do_e», merely
s-WSBar'*;;.*',
Dr.J.C._lier*CoH__<)weU,*al-.
■-.■'in* tn in DtuBttti,   "•";;.":
    ..rchase. in t
has Just arrived.. This salpinr
been hurried through specially fv. ..—
Christmas and holiday trade, and consists
of choice and .well selsctcd floods, suit,
auie for this season of the year.
Heavy Invoices and bills of lading an
Just to hand direct from mannfacturera,
reflners nnd packers bf Ooods, now In
transit across the continent, and when
this lot arrives McPhaden will, carry the
VMst assortment of j.
Staple and Fancy
lit- the Province,  nnd  nell   at   prieei
novor before touelteil In Brltlnb Columbia.
CoalOil.*   Coal Oil.
A car load ot the famous high tost Mow
■nt CMl #11 direot from Cfevoland,
Ofclo, expected dBlly.
SIWAR.
SUGAR.
A ear load dlraot from refinery of Susan, Syrup, and Molasses espeeted on
V**)r9tHM z'fMPM)
■ Jnstarrlved direct from Yokohama,ex
"Oity of Pekin," a Due tine of Japan, Eng-
lisliBnal-isfi, Young Hyson, OoVaagaad
Onnpowder Teas, .!,>•«•,. r
tZmWRUB^tt**?!,
D. MoPHADBN,
Importer, Wholesale ft Retail Orooer.■
XEW WESTHINBTBB, B. O.  * ddeilc
In all shades and seat-rial ol DHK8S
GOODS, lacludhl Cashmares, Merinos,
Silks, Satins, Black ami Colored Velveteens and Plushes. COTTONS (bleached
and unbleached). ttKINGSi BUTTONS, HOtLANDS, *o. Orey, White,
Scarlet afield |L\lptEt_^ L/l.
a__8 afl.T**8,Mu*witfli
and Kid. Ladies Merino
Wool Tests. JJSiBEYS,
Hosier,, IWKjjl- j ttJter*.
Ic, '(It snd Price,
In evWy-Wn-i'*A«.n, UM -UOT
Wool UniUmoar, While Shlots, O-k,
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jaok-
«te, ftc. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cash-
msrc, LairiU Wool snd Khl-' SOCKS, In
greatvari-.**.'"'  ''"' ''	
Also, 'ftA-ffl and (JAJ^'iWlf' "ft1
Gents' RUBBKR GOOHS aad, JJM-
BEBLLA8. 	
In Hnii,.Fn_ii#r.:.M'
Carpets, Rugs, Window Mas with
lUog. aad Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, Ojeeh aiid Striped;, Damask and
.Cretonnes, < Shsatlngs, Towels, White
CounUrpanes, Bleached and Cnhllisohcd
-fable Llnensi Napkins, Ti_«ngs, Blsnk-
•ta and Aict(*down Quits, 'T*M. CJeths
<__GHm. ■■';■''''•••'"(J•'•;]'. 'J
Krcry thing found In a 6rst-class Estnlj-
!ttmfi*mrOeapSMe*. I 4«1hay
tkm,^tit^_mmi,^i^!j_m
tHlisasllktlMnlHlr* tteyeana*
aaMal, aad y*a gat «lui«i.»n<nl.
dnirSMc '"
,iiaui<i''i.,trTi« .i",
IB PREPARED  TO   FURNISH   ALL
kinds of __.aaa.eaUl Work.
SpMlaltles In Scotch (.renit. and Italian
Marble.
. Rough and Flue Stone for
Agent for
mtt-
f. .signs seen at Dempster's Shoe Store. .
0. Box 1^ _.*>*. -Vestmin^r.; *h.olTlf *| 5
WAteSMl^:
ii_fviw
TAILOR INtt
ff  Ir   :,,T^,'T,   ;.. I fli-ln-vr,
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(Joiwiito.'sWiifW-I.''-*^!^
»AVt_-tfl^J,ri'RE(*lVi-!_.»ti*tlk*w',,,•■
O. Fall and Winter glnck, we Invite Inspection of ths DnestMleatlnuof    nr ish.-. n
■srgtUh, tntck, WMnn. twimttt,       '
, and An-enean     . '
SUmNQ6l-i«l
Ever ,iir
i
iW)
,il ij.'if.i'tJ.'A   '>uo!:j
r Westminster*.  For
ver shown In Kew Westminster.   For
GOOD FIT anil1 artistic style W defy1
ill Jfol 10 lj'.-1'ihlJt   Sllfl    l&Vttir
Al-OTJriU
. bmsiiK
THOS,T*
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CLOTO'INGP-iNE
iiijKi-ii
OF'-,
R^ffAKSISE IBEIF11
Fnery, Dress Coods,-OfgniM
.JlMW»ilTS»ff!**ii Flannels.-
JJ^*ai^^
oeiAmqqMwii
: I   ■■:■.•tl.tit.it,    -.Si tot I
noa .'.-.".•» ...■,   ikbiIi
.UH.'l     li-ri.r   '
The Milliner; ia (Imi finest and largest Stqckon tlie Mainlattd.   Jfo
need to go to Viotoria.
'      We call attention to the famous
hsive at various prices—37jc, 60c., 62Jo,
min and even thenghiionkdd'iti''--* swnter or boiled in soda, will still
retain the ORIGINAL COLOR..  I" .2ROY3VS02
,^tWi^.r!''i,'
QHAJ
W\ l*f j      -flji GENTS' DEPARTMENT Til well supplied with TJei, ■»>.
sii prices. Men's Hats, Am,   . au-s^ ,  «, A _^
Jf*««VB|rV|<l
n   ,uni
*t^_m:.
■'.;|.l-n«i ,.i'i»l,'.  ..nnd   »5*«W«'i J"i|
^J*J|llFsiT^ITTJ*r
THE VNDERSIO
D HAS
znmm mm oh.
STOCK
-TO BE .SOLD-
apt
n JVAv
At Cost and Below!
.i..r.r.„ .    FOR'THE' NEXT N1N^0C)|C^   Q^AF
fea
jsQ:
, f* H T'I iit«! IH   _fl '
M
Gum Beioia, $9M, «old ffiff JMIk
^^5p'^"^'rtta*"^*^',''-'^*M-^*w l,'!«*,,>,,'0"
l_ndles' French Ulds.9«, sell lor f 4.50
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i !i:._:-SH B::;B'mt:MmmMx,
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ar III _Ut_ *MM *Hll ■U-iaim-t'J»'" I
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nafni mtSj^nf^B-M-suii io
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'   iijj Iwtii hlmo oif iitdi
ou-. a--  Dunn) Ow-t-s,
^    i-j'iuJii'j'.I'-ii kuoii}gmi,^'itf}tut ttiaiSid
Brays,    ..,,. Stages. mik»
ANtf'iKv_«y*__Wo''*^nr'li^W',l'' ":
liim VBHIOLB.UNR ii«m :•■
-live have a''Wile1 std.k.0.   rt_rt of" -'
theabeva-Wtoles'W hsad, aba ilerg.
stock of lMgon snd C«iig. MatnUI,   i.
Whs^.^c__f),gho;jllffa*J**ff.),,   m,;,nu„
■enilrUf. rilalUi * Irla_ri«l    «
doMrtt-^pnaaK**.!--*-, ;., m„'■,„,., „,|,
all Rk'BM_itolp_-!!'»L""'- H""11" n,ili" 0'1"1
W__\_     -liijlTl  rrril   tO Ylilii
btunatta given  on. Ironwor., «-..  ,
Contntdts takin."I AgrlcuHurkl tonS-'     '
ments mad. sad repaind, asid> all k&da
of Ironwork for, Saw Mills,,Logging '.
<tyv_t$,twm<)ptfr. *«/,^*w»w wu
made toorder.     .
_   "OJ _YII    i.'.ll.r.llirilll   vIlMJ'' !.-.r«:.rJllr
Hone-shoelB-! »■« {ReMHl d«H;
,     r mij I':,.,. JtHMllf. . _.,t,i'«M
We also kasp<lnr«Mcktoaanlrikei   "
ti_^e,,_i,jlM,SI^,iaiali_s.t>ifclhail   <>'
P*'^iiW%l%fc)IJffiSI,» wi
Iran and Sttel.HaiTow Teeth, urrisos,, i
Springs MdVfiUs. ind'i -wlrpWrtoS
olCa-»liiJHgMarartir''i"ri'i'''{oS oiit
Partlsi MMbhaW assfttijoa-1* MV lln*
will dod rhg inapaottsajlour atatk tlak>
Imjk, Ir'jiu.jiijj'rfnq :„T ^:Ii"'**"I7. \t,fii eiiqtf
., y/, «#ldad'laiMtt*«g_l_f kd'-Wllng >.'.
th.osW»»led-i'ii .'r.i    ui"iiu'.j'jn snbilir
Ticmiu uuto rank,;;
At rada)
J-V'
dwociml -.IIDAtXIMM. lamia Ohhhu ntTWin uw t mntiho
AttheOompaay'sHteam Printing Establishment, Columbia St.
Delivered In tbe City daily.. .88c. per week
Mailed dally, one year -•••'"•ffi
Traaaleat **v«rtl_ea.«ats.-Flrst Insertion, 10 ets. per line trolld nonpareil; each
subsequent consecutive Insertion, 2 cts. per
line. Advertisements not inserted every
day, lOcts. per line ench Insertion.
susaawAE
£ M™monlh: _ Ins. PI; V. ool. *o.*JJ V,
J_.fi| 1 col. 111.  If Inserted for less till
SV.'IOJ  S CO,. SIR.     .,  llinninu .v.       — ..i.n 3
mos. Kkftr cent, will be added.
apMlal gatlew among «adln« inatter,
» cth per line each Insertion. Bpecial"
nailing attention to advertisements, lOcts
PBlrths', tf aniens and Deaths, II far each
Inlcrtloni F»a.Wl Hollo., inaanawitlon
with deaths, 90 ots. oach Insertion.
Aaetlm talM, when dlsplayedjOhargKl
.5 per cent, less than transient advts, If
-olid, oharged at regular transient rates,
THE WEEKLY OOLUM
Issued .very Wcdanday naming.
Ilellvered In tho City,
Mailed, peryear-...».'.
Mailed, 8 months........
alag.
£1
.,,— -.,-■ PW line.
Maadlag Adv.rtls«»wa«s.-Kor 1 Inch,
tl!so"per monlhl 1 Ins, 13 per m.; °in".»90
per rSTi I col. II-.76 per in. If Inst-MM
less than S mos. 10 percent, will msaam
"mS-T&m among reading matter,
oUr*""" •■'■■—•«—
JCUtS
adv*.
DIM   IIUNVn  mm,vmm  .***•
par line eaoh i-inert I on.
„?ssffwaifflBS«tt«re
Inserted In either Issue for tits than II.
gaitfljffigh Colnmbian
Tkarsday Evealag, Bmnskcr a. ISM.
I, IB-. ,    ,       —_*....
Sale—Hotel doing a good paying
is; cheap.     Apply _, at Woods,
I *_J__nM.. ' "Ml?-     -jJ_»W :
An evening ooTOjKrnl nits' jnjP
Timet,   " Did you ever get scooped 1
Dr. De Wolfe Smith hu remand his
office to Clartf-M*-!*^!!™*''
To-day's through train had not
arrived at the time of our going to
P**"*
Just'recSivedfil Wotliero's furniture
store, a fine assortment of children's
Chairs, &o. de6wl
For Ssle—Hetel doiu|
business;
Turn*!'
pi^i^pl^dr^ea0^
*^">W&W'">■■ r»»y
N. P. Stramberg, tuner and regulator of Pianos an4..<")(n**is. Work
guaranteed. Leave orders at T. R.
Paaraon & Co's. dno24to
Dr. Tolmie, oMTtetWl*. ~lr dangerously ill, and his son, the proprietor of
the Holbrook.Unu.., h« t-eetl'SUDi-
nioned to his bedside.
When it oennea to tip matter of
ther, Brfljl
the restofTObTOIMIIWil JrltHoul
ing a_v ahane* for dispute.
Tenders are to be invited for the
completion of the grading on the
couver extensipjii
appear in this pap
Fro* a not* e* in oof advertising ool
umns it will ba seen that application is
to be made for a charter.***, construct a
raUt-iflfeii-T^j® tb'UHriS*.,*r "»*
Wilson; the young tn: n from Mont-
mtstttmwgm
pretenses, hu been committed for trial.
Befon dacidlng oa th. pUn of your
new boos, look over the latest arohiteo-
andbeaatv. dw-eelSto
imtimMnimMt*
Diagonals, West of Kngland Broadcloths
«d J^btGfmmfa'.-TMen'ii
TittoMHo EurosWH. dnoSOte
Our reiHeM «1_ouf<t:_«iuW.lH>r'i_bit'
the dedication of the new Baptist
church takes place next Sabbath, and
on the Monday evening followiug then
will be a concert jn air. of the church
funds. ,
How often do we hwo' the,audi
A Gooi) Opinino.—Among the many
openings, for the right kind of people,
which are to be found in thit city Is
one for a firsl-class,resta|irant, a place
where meals will be served iip in the
best style and at all hours. Men working on freight train., whioh lome in
SHtfffiZ,
aw often,-le-ird ,e*i«ulring fw » good
restaurant. Thst suet a place weir
conducted,would pay woll in thia city,
there is no doubt.
 '-**»;*, it ■—n .
OauBua ron Naas Rivbe.—At a
mealing of the missionary committee
the Methodist Chorch, held at To-
..nio, on the 1st instant, the Globe
says: One of the most interesting matters that came up.wee one in nfewnce
In the ereotion of a- new church at
Greenville, on Ihe Naas River, British
Oolumbia. After a great deal of deliberation the jnihjnittti* votdd JBjTOO
fnr the ohbroh, lobe paid In fooVannual payments, with tbis condition
that the Indians rsise $800.
I|fc.„
the uupel among them, whsn ont'of
their poverty they sn willing to pay eo
large a sum. .-■/my.. :-i.t 3TI
F.SH.M-0 (_M.i_-Mr.'W. __.'Vi.'n-
nan gives notice that he has associated
Mr. William'flassiiy'willi bin iu the
S.handj-amf biislnew, which lie hu
.oarried on in this city for brer twenty
Mar..■"'■■ Dutch Bill* during tliis time
with Victoria, Vancouver and Nanai-
and other fish pbtnined in ih» river.
Since Ihe opening of Iho 0. P. R. he
hu forme*! a new market, and Ihe firm
will no dottbt have regular., connections tith all Joint! along the Nap.
tif Indians and whites for game, fish
or furs at the best1 prides it a gnat
bsneHtto town and country. ■' •'
fatal
when a young lite might have been saved
when a young life might have been saved
by th« &!#«*» *ty**ci«V &#]'>
torall. Be wilt m timo g-4 best****
tie ot it on ban', nady for Instant use.
" Ha, can I. "heme- from school
today t I don', Well." "What's
the ia.terwith **'• little'boy 1"
"Well, I just ft pale, mammal"
"Oh _____» yaliiM ky-i-mmt, darling,
eine."~-nier MHJ" WBScUdn
I'm done paling now I"
Purge out ths lurking dGtempsr that
undermines baalth, and.*he cautitutl
al .vigor will nturt.  ttlitfthosul
'Z&mW&tetZl
parilla toclsaase ths blood, slid rsstors
vitality.
line begins and ends. Iu answer to
"Bis" we would state'*s*_l.»to»d.
from New York eity to New Westmin-
coaat. to SanraniuwVaiul that it is
eipeoted.-p.be co*npl>tpd ^the Is' -jf
il-ilr
Jam
Notwithstanding that Mayor Fell
gut on his official muscle, and took a
creditable stand against the John L.
Sullivan company of bruisers, the letter
.w^p^iM^S;
the kind of warrior John
fights for money, and'he^
Yesterday and to-day the Columbian
hu appeared with lesst*u--i the usual
quantity of reading inatter. j. This
abridgment is the result of oircuinstan-
ees wB°Ma| QMUTMely control.
Some very Bnportanf printinpj in con-
without rey uaiim ensbatMlUu.iitf,
and lou to the partiea concerned. We
muat uk the indulganoa uf-our readers,
and we shall endeavor fully to make up
the doS^fi9cjr:.t,--np-i JfiJtH-*, *^*» ,v.
_ .idlul UsMilli Mojf, ho.
Fiam RiLiar, Ui
... junumr aCoa*.—
Thaei an the successive effects ol
ef the most dsurvcdly popular remedies
In tke Do-alaioa, Northrop A Lymu's
V.p»a%-
the bowet aad" liver," Invigorate, the
stomach, nMws.dbnstlon
th. oairent of -We Inoon fl
and turbid into a pure, rapid, and Tertl
lldngsfj-antl   ..^tmmllts,*
attssws
in the field u a candidate for the
it in the House of Commons nn-
0___________*__w__m
(r. Jnstlee «r»r Heart From.
At the Nanaimo assises which opened
on Tuasday lut Mr. Justice Gray referred to the Sproule case u follows:
A few words mon. A nutter affecting the admiaistrstion of Justice In British Columbia' hss attracted a good deal
df attention during several months past
aad led to observations from tho Bench
by my brother Judges severally as each
has presided over one or other ol autumn
Ihe result hu much lessened
the Importance of thesnbtat. 'Infer
to som. culpable observations made-by
two bf the learned Judges of th. Suprem.
Court of Canada nneoting upon the
•noh of this province on the appeal at
jtawa In the Sproule case. 'Ilie rev.r-
sal of th. iadlsonet ordrr of Mr. Justice
Henry by the judges of his owu court,
and the subsequent exocution of tbe prisoner, have conclusively shown tbat hs
wu wrong aad tliat the judge of this
Jirovlnce wen right in their law aad
udgment. Confidence in tbelr adininls..
tration of the law must consequently hii
strengthened rather than he diminished.
Ine observations of Mr. Justice Strong
of a personal nature as to the Chief Justice of this province directly—and Incidentally upon ' his brother judges u having concurred with .him in the action he
hsd taken in thst case, were made without a knowledge of tlie facts, and then-
ton inexcusable in a judge, especially
■when speaking ahd' anting In his judicial
capacity. The duty of, a judge is to
hear and determine. The discredit there-
ton is on those who have determined
without hi _,
othen, which as unwarranted by
gmiWmW?<Zms\t&
Ions, which coming  from the highest
rurt ot the Dominion, should always be
clved with respect and obeyed without demur,   I do not think the bench of
Asaavic' with Iktbht.—The four
Chinamen arrested al the North Ami
charged Vf ity asiaultlng Henry Welsh
with iatual .to,commit murder, wen
brought up befon Mr, W. D. Fani.
and Captain Piitendriiilj,, J.J^.p, .'p.-
day, and $n*anded till to-morroijr, ^
ceriifio|te was received from t»r.
Hendrictson of' Vancouver ' which
stated that Welsh would not be able
Jt, 1 jat-f f.Ut\ kti ; before the ■ ttfli
proximo, -eouseqliently, cannot appear
against the prisoners.   Then is evi-
£M_m!M,,£Mi
Welsh hu ban ini| o_iag on thn Chi
at the bue and 7 feet Mgh for an in
court that he has been in irn»bl» ol
is ddseriptibn •_• various' oooasnms
SiiaMMribi
lors, end: that,the ssuult which is
joiud not to amount to I anything
' ' , Pei*_pM"*hochi,ve.****'
._ Jrom tlie Norlh Ann do not e»-
rci. muoh sympathy for Welsh. Mr. -
Etohrat*appeared lor thhdsf_Manni
| 101 T.-TTi.j.
!  ,tJi. .--'•■ »(
•SB
M_-;i,W.j,N., _wi;'j')ft,*;'l,!'.'*i' H
x, O,' Jj' Kolrgih tent to tkrtoria
Mr.Wm. Rou and Mrs, Bonn-
turned from Vietoria to-day
arrived from Victoria ti
panled by Prof. Snitnden, who is look-
■Kg Uimugh the province' for the purpose of se^«^^i)lii^l|l«caticajjor
rrnoou;
ine, -and tomorrow they wi
idown the rivor and taki
Noijll*— '■**■
this province hu suntrsd bythensult,
sjpr that that oohBdinoe whioh haa hitherto existed in this province in the local
administration of justice will lie at all
lessened, A similar occurrence can
hardly he again expected. The execution of th. prisoner nu closed the utility
j of further discussion. Tb prolong it
would simply make It personal. I then,
fon neither uk or desire from you any
.raplyor observations on the subject—indeed, I should not have nfen.d tri it,
but that I do not wish to he legawtcd as
less selloitoas about the reputation and
character et bur British Columbia bench
than my brother judges.
COMMUNICATION*.
Who Hw Ihe Feet
1 Emton. CoitmiiuH. — Your readen
may remember that mon than twenty
mbnths ago the'llcnu commissienu.un
def the Canadian Temperance Aot received ffoni. a number ot persons In this
city from tlOj to K0 each u afeetor
iuulng Henn*,. When' tho Act wu dir -
allowed it *uofdemd th.t the fee lw
refunded ib the applicant!. This lm.
been doo. everywhere throughout lis
Dominion; I beflev., hut in Ws''eit);.'
Why is tbis, and who is to blame!
IXijOMiO* Thbm...;
9-h.lMH. ..
This Afternoon'
rr«s lanpatehn.'
' i Loxdon, Dec, 9. — Despatches
from Brisbane state that the steam-•
era Kietawan and Helen Nicholl
have collided off Queensland, resulting in the drowning of 42 persons.
The cross-fxaminatlon ol Iind
Colin Oaiiipbell, dajendattt In the
Ciuupbell divorce ease, was continued today. He was asked whether
havini heard the evidence he still
alleged-his wife had been criminally
intimate with Dr. Bird at Cadogan
Place, at a house in Brock st, and
at Leigh court, and answered that
he alleged that that was the question which onght to be submitted, to
a jury. This reply produced a sensation. Plaintiff's couulel then announced that the cross-examin.ition
wu concluded. The judge , asked
Lord Colin whether he ever liad been
flilty of any familiarities with
lury *Whtaon, and wis answered,
'•NomTwlatrrer." : Surgeons' Prop-
erti and Allingham testified that
they had a description of the ailment from which Lady Colin
fered in 1881 and 1882 and ttwt; it
was not of a serious-nature.    At
:*e»ihti'i-;
o8pc__
IdIisob"' CoiuHiuK.—8ome three
since, a few people in thia town
orgauied wliat ttuiy called a ''Literary
Society," ■ *jhe prinoipal object was to
tm away the gloom of nnr long
er evenings by something of a
social, but yet of a moral, and also of
at) intellectual character. The organisation was, in short, intended for mutual improvement and delectation.
Without going further into particulan,
enuit me to uy that, thnt far, it has
een* a marked suocess.   lopecisslly,
uring over a year put, when Jb.
JdhnT. Soott wu President and Mr.
T. B. Logan wu Seentarj—both of
them indsfatigable-hu thia been the,
Mr. Scott oonllnuM to he Pnel
re question whether tssHmony aa
n nerjf Hon* through the telephone
ilialble in etidenee'wunlud
t, LuuiaOourt of Appsals,' in Ik*
-L*t^iMlnMni_|M»wira
vs. Stshl, decided on the 23rd instant.
fi, oourt ruled that suoh evidence
oiple that, those evidentiary matters
upon which then are comparted to aet
in Ihe ordinary aflain of life and iu the
ease.
dent, and th* place ol Mr. Logan, now
abstnt from the provinoe, la now ably
Port I Wed by Mr; Wot. I. Uoyd.
• Q MThe entertainments of this uaoda-
ageM, 'An, at lint hugely discuuional, hare,
for the meat past, drifted into thou of
an oloentiohary and musical charactsr.
All ia voluntary, and volunteered with
ths most genial Intent.   Alii* free to
ero.-ybody, *__**pt when sometime.*
iraslt oootribotiou is levied for som*
roharitgMi'Mrti>i*.
fh* laat of thaw entortainmonls
k plate ott Wednuday, the lst In-
I,   I would not make apeoial ref-
it«th:.fiiotwe»it not for two
is, first, iii* outsid. world liv*,
Km* of th.m, under the impmsien
■■'-—•        •        (I,, n■co"-'.;ln-
Hod lht, ;
oebfif.bb'tby'ioi
me into
a very recent inventii
suchcoinuqa*sjJsflH|Jte Sit
lhe oriurt*W*"¥f»!*»•■? lahl Jl*
notice of the general aur*er
many it
liriiii and transactions sre every di
madebi
precise!
whioh '
fy iii HMh-cue.   A
' .-taw.
re.pi'oBvt wire, tl
llio cei
ensiles.  W«sy r*:
tsnt matien nl _buil
volve a contrast fi
and .toolN.lhstruci
uslgenl
luns, tttf aojinowl
OUldta'Vr
its of th*
strange "fiotion of law," to be printed
and published at Ihis Fort Mjcdy. It
is only a pntenu, and ono whioh all
" -*^*»
t under.
'u aatette, it is neither fish, nor
, norgpoiwd b.rrlng.'   Noti
bl. appund In the nail ensuing
io»«l about thatenlertainment uf the
1st instant, or indeed about anything
else  thst  pertained lo  Port Moody
-no,-M Mr* that  il that Me-Mri
reel Kkd b*_*, on thst. same dap*,
printed and  published at Honolulu.
*f*condly, I wish tn auure you and
fAir readus, that the entertainment
on Wedneaday the 1st instant wns uu
"   '"    ' gutt.u up
WU,   MO .
p*j*laiunie %'a» so firiig
itl oould not in reaanti uk mu In
toe discuss it in detail.   Then iiiiij
nm.mbcr the adage .bout invidious
ijnrisous.   The faot i. that, fi.r the.
jesenlalioa of amateurs, the performance, were all g< ml, and iii.my rrf
**   * pie'V/ til  tlii  pri.teA'f.-t
As usual with Ihi. genial ani joiial
ety, after the drama, the ft|«rs ami
ieobrfyim .jar*n*J,.pl-iii«. ft*,ri|ll ..whvi
n so di.iKiswl gave a Inliila] to
jeir "ligllLii|I|l<-gti<!.,i>'e " S'ljil—too
n l.lllyflCrJl^M-J ijitj* POjVtll-
"Une.    .,..,i,,,,.i,;.,.$W*,*i-Mm,,.-;
*X .questionably the best e'er g
-2t£»lMtt.*L
Ir. T, O. Berehard,   publie
rCkar, NorllSd, *ritoi>:  "Din
qf 18811 was nniili trontili
school
jurw«p«**S        .
com-iuhic.ll.ins said. JbH
jai their usual place of biisine..*) in
Use the sale, ploMaal, aad .llectasl
woria killer, UtMm OiaVea' Wonn Kx-
tcrnilnrton notlilug eqnsl. it.   tt*mre
" ittlianilakoiFhoft^.
w*»*
lotiines. and Dyip'-jr a, and part of
time was uhahl. ft. -Ibilrl to the
. i«. ,i>f MM^i-  Wwjt*
inaa's- VegataU. luninny nml l)y».
iit|o Clin was ifr-oniiiii-inlorl to me,
d I have nM0h'pleasure lil slating that
I wu entirely oimnl by lisuig. ua» Mil.,
1'hkye not had an attack nf my nlil mmi.
plaint since, anil '.liave  gafnul fjlirrn
runris in Weight,''    nvnr.r'i •    *
.BliBJOTORS
District,
GKNTIjKMRN;—Aa b anpcenor lo your
latt; r«pmantutlve ifrt the OommonH will
booh have lo be elected, I hereby announce myself a can-dictate for the position.
I purpose Dublinliliitf un uddreti.*) In
which I will give my vluwHon themoHt
Important. qnCTnonn Blreottn-? ybnr Inter-
ents, nnd will vlHlt the dlffbrent itettle-
monbi and utlilreM the electors before
election day.     ,   ,'
In PoIUIcb, Tarn and will bcTuonovaa-
I.Y rSDRPKSDKST.
Youih renpectfully,
dwocWto           T. J. TRAP P.
.lumen Cullen, .Pool's Island, K. V.,
wiitea: "I have Wii watching the pro.
f'loss of Dr i"!."".-.-' l?..!....*..;.. .in -,___
ts intnslucti
■ess of Dr. Thomu' Eclectrie OU since
iniich ptsuliin Itete that iny anticipations of its buccos- liavo been fully na-
liwil, it having cured me of bronchitis
and soreness of noi-e; while not a few of
iny 'rheiaatic nclgbbon' lone old lad. la
particular) pi-siionnce it to be the best
article of its kind that has ever been
brought befon th. public. Your medicine does hot require any longer a sponsor, but if you wish me to sot as suoh, I
shall be only too happy to have my name
connected with yonr prosperous child."
this   point it was
«*3C was COM*(j|*_*tSi|^'"^y"
.3 OhkJaoo, sXStaif t_**A suit lo re-
iover $50,000 w*atltj*un in t! ? IJ.
ft district court todajr against Jules
Leoseter for infringing on A patent.
CoKSTAimfropfi^liDec. 9.—A raa-
jority of th* powert have repliM to
the "porte's eiKular Hiking advice
respecting the solution of the Bul-
garnrw-jjifi^'ti1 "•" 3'be rspjimero.
all either eva ,i\« -irlndeliiiite. S4m«
of the orders uk for a further explanation and'thrcfw ho'liew light on
the matter. Iddealeigh, British foreign minister, .refers the. port* to
England's vie#» on the Bulgarian
iir^s&ss^ls
to the alleged difficulty the Bulgarians must experience in accepting
Nicholas of Mingrelia. It is now
thought the porte will suggest a solution of the difficulty which Italy
ntiriUi:   >■..•.
Wjuhikowmi, Dec. i>. —In the
eenate Oaiueron - moved that when
the senate adjourned today it be
till Monday, whioh was agr.ed to.
Among the lilla introduced and
referr^ to wirr* the following!-'By
Scwcll, to authorirc tbe redemption
of tho ,m* dciiv. mm <*
Oi-e^on, fiff«red a re_ohition to tho
secretary in war to innuire and report whether the coramerco and
nnvi'-slion 'ol (JolnnibU River id
Oregon und Waahiiijjton Territory is
- Wnicted, ami interfered ;with by
lalmon wheels and tiaps or ntfe.
Referred to <s6thmittee6itcoMlnb.be.
The Kenate then proceeded with the
cintideration of* resolution intro-
thc-d by Ma-ill doolariiig tint it
h inexpeditnli to attempt any>rlf
hgislatfin at HnsMsion. *        '
Sam Kiiasuisoo, Dec, 9.— The
"tie up" on the Butter Bt, company's
lines still continees. Everything is
i|uiet.
The s'muni'r Gaelic arrived Uila
-Mrniiig bringing Hpag Kouc date*
to-Nov. 1 Sth, Yokohama 24th.
From Pole to Pole
A^'WUGtLfii+±m___\
power of cure for ^IdlKSK. of the blood.
The H_u-#M*wr-a Itory.
Hm —ifori, Jnn, 1,1881.
Da. i. 0. An* k Co.-Twenly yesrs ago J
was s harnooaoj la th. Honh PBdge, win dn
olhers ofthe crew sad KjrHlfwenUUap with
scusvt. Our bodies were blosted, runs iwolK.
snd bleedlaff, teeth.loose, purple blotcbee Sll
over ns, and our bresth seemed rotten. Tsk.lt
bysMUgiw. wen pretty tally off. All our
llme-Jole. wu aeeldenWIy destroyed, but tbe
esptsa bad a couple dom tollies of Avsa-s
B.as.nanu sal «>» us tbtt. We recor.
ered on it quicker tun I bar. ever seen mea
broustitaboutbranvolbertreslmntrorBcurry,
aadFvasfaagooddadofll. Seeing ao sua.
lion la vour Alauaae of your Btmnt—— being
rJodfcr-curvj.Itiijiisbtyou.UfblMknowoT
ai.,sndsosMiJTou3.(Sets.
Beipeclliilty jours,   Bun T. Wiso.n.
TtwTroopWt BqMriwie*.
Jgil»M,*MlK»fclsil(ff._|/Hc.,)*«»»,I»M.
Ds. J. 0. Atbb * Co^OeoUmwa: I have
aacb plsuura lo tsMlly lo the greet vslue of
your B-mperllU. We —wi Um staUonld
here for over lw. yean, daring wUeh Ume we
bad to liv. In teats. Befog under esOru sir
suoh a tlm. brought oa wbst Is eslled la thi.
.ooiutfT "nldMMM." IbedlboeeKreafcr
j asm. ume. X wss sdvlsed to take your Bsra-
psrUls, two bottles of whieh msde my sores
dluppMrrayMly, aad lass mw qall. wall
SSSS3B
D. Drysdale & Co.
Hayej; niw in .Stock a Complete Assortment of
Tmper, Caps Muintod Burnett,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
U the(only
"SurSryTi-id
tbeoslvmiidWan
fcrefni. Unci
nom tbe syst«a,
Dr. J. ia Ayer * Co, l*weU,Mase.
Wholwtle city Market.
...JSOOfJ
-7 Mi
CarroL
Pftrtnlps
Beets
Cabbage
Onions
Apples
Pears
Wheal.
Oata
Feas
Butter (roflHJ per Su
Cheese,
Geese,
Ducks	
Chlckeim, por pair. „_-.....
TurkeyH, ner lb.	
Cordwoou (retail) per cunL	
3 509 4 00
-Tie Creal llli
M«E4JUm.  A fall tmpply m.* om kaa«
.   The (.ontederailon Mfc.
11', he annual report et this solidly pros-
rous Canadian institution will be (band
anothsr column. Th. (aot* revsalal
in the aeoounts and the Direoton' report
thoroughly Instlfy the ecominms whioh
the shareboMera present beatowwl upon
the msnagemeat. Thanks to tberssolnte
manner ia which the Company hu declined to embark upon estiavagsnt
methods of procuring business, tha working expensa of th. company bear to the
total income tht very small ratio of between 17 and 11 per cent. Apoint attesting the soundness of the Bnancea of
the Company Is the faot that the interest
I* Is     " '   ' .. ■ -   -
Income
sufficient to pay th.
.minis--witieh in a company of the
the Confederation Life Is s6metHb|
prood of. The au tsand liabilit
act forth ln minnte.detail, ana tke table.
ahow that, after making allowance for all
possible contingencies and providing for
every debt, thor. is a surplus of t282,lfK)
over liabilities snd capital combined.
The increase in tbe assets in ths last year
was B60,a90. 8o much for what can b.
done by rigid adherence to what the
President defined as the tme policy of
tb. CcmpMy, ^1:-"^ kesp itfbalaao.
sheet right snd avoid nuasoaassry, na-
wise, *r eatmvagsnt eipendltjre lorthe
-*■* memljr'of increasing mw biielnaaa."
*\mmto Otobe. T. K. Pearson ft Co.
are agents for this compsny In British
ColumUa.    : r/jfio-tTA-W n«mBm
The Great Frenoh Remedy, Dr. Lo-
Hue's Periodical Pills. These Pills are
.oiiiuouud.il from the purest drugs, and
from those only which an known to act
upon the Oenrralicf. Oraans In Females.
Iiicy are Hist unclosed in an airtight
irapsulaVjfml' by this metis tnad»to ro*
ain that (ull strength for years tn any
liniat.. Ask us lor private circular.
A. M. Hantuii It 0. S. Cvnna&Co.,
New Westminster; T, iloMeley, I_ad-
fler'a Landing; If. McDowell Ss Co., Van-
A Co., Chemainus; R. SS. Richanlson
Oowichan; W. K. McCartney 1 Bro.,
Vaik-ftvtr ia.1 Kamloops j' Hastlag. Saw
Co., Vancouver;_ Th. Vancouver
jug r
.H,
A C...H h-jrrl.wwi  Lu(ui.ev A Co.,
wholesale aiiciita, Viotoria.    ilws«28yl
■SS— I-     .-':l-'>il  ■■'      'Ir.l     -Jll-,,!ll
Drug Co., Vancouver; J. B. Lovell, Yolej
W. IS. Meijsw, Priest_Valley; H. Clsrk
JXli,
A new map of British Columbia just
issuwl by the government, for sale at
T. R. fWria « Co'a. The last Inap
«.r iiu.ni*il; ■92.2t.~Adv. ,
. .I'll- nriiitiuu nl .11 kind, neatly done
et.Hie hiLl'MIJI.S oBco. Prices will be
1,-nnil Irr.iti td.ii ai any .other offloe In
11   orn' iii.T.— .4ili'. , i .
I-Mlter .ml Hymnal, with
** nlrytviljoi Churoh), at T.
Cansiliaii
tun''. If.ir ......
It   |,os.l*«iilHt\;'^.^J:l.ef!>W"ft»l,»«t».
Ulnl (IriinvHIr,
IT. PAtlt.'* OBCKOa. g.r.lces ev-
) ery Sunday at 11 A.»■ and 1 r.u.In
. * Cburch, 8L John street, below Royal
avenue, seats free, all ar* _or*MlyW
vfted. Sunday Sehool at IWr.lr.
. jj.     j " i'  (late) '
BTHOOIIT OBDBO, M<ry 8L
Rev, C.WaUon, Pastor, iwrvlowat
m. and 7 p. m. Sunday- Sehool aad
_Jj$p.m. _ PrayerMuUi
l»l*Tiat CHtlhcn, Re v. llobt.	
* nle pastor; meets In the Court House.
-vices at 11 A. X. .ud 7*.K. Sabhalb
. rool and Bible Olksa at 1UU. Braver Meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'elook.
StrangerscorUloIly invited. 	
.   •   ritioN loose a*. '•, 'a; r.
sdanth. SoJourniiiK brethren am conllai-
ly Invited to attend      ' I). WILSON,
fem-to -,-   ~
J OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
anapplloatloa will b. mad. to Ike
rllam.nl of Canada at Ils nest session
for an Act to Incorporate . Oompany lo
11       —
I.
for an Aot.U . ..— -,
build, maintain and oporat. a line pf
Railway nom some co.vcnl.nt point In
nr near the City of Mew Westminster to
some convenient point on or near the
4Mb parallel of North latitude, between
Remlahmoo Bay and Township II, In tlw
f (strictof Now Westminster,Provlncoof
rltlsh Columbia.
Now Westminster, Mth Novjmbcr, UM.
, * w. NORMAN BOLE,
■1-dcluiJl Solicitor for Applicants.
jf .     VIIJi BE HELD AT THE
bRILL   SHEE)
'    —OX—
Wednesday and Tharsdaj,
' Decemur IS and 16.
ifi AID OF TIIK BtCLIi TOWKR
■fBSffW P
•   -Meenta.
AtiJoltZ
Children with raiehla, free.
SUPPER from 5 Ib i; iii-lce SO oeuts.
VedMH-qr. tinitit.s
A COltCEllT; Admission, Jooenls.
Thur*Ajjrw»(*gi     -;%. V;-,:
I1IIO0M BRIIX, TAHl.KAUX, RECl-
TATiO»»,-0n«H*">IA» -WEEi Ad-
tlll«r|rNl,l!0«o*lK '•' '-'
ajs.oisttijiM__rCoaMrt.    "
CiiniritHitJonsfnr «nynt the atalljwill
™ UV'-*IE_.*. "wolv*. 1 b.v M«, o»«i**«
HOUSE MSHIfS and CAHPEtt8
;''"*i. ':,-"*:'   ■ -
Men's Otothing and Underwear, Pine
"■' Furnlehlng
Boys' and Youths' Clothing,
^N.       Trunks and
TWEED  MACKINTOSH ' COATS,
UMBERLLAS.
GOSSAMERS  AND
J*^*AT REASONABLE RATES AND
mm
Samples sept on application.
D. DRYSDALE & GO.,
"/ n Columbia Stteet, N. W.
d-vbc-Stc
JUST ARRIVED
it mi
—AT-
-M
■ ->'**•'
A KNE ASSO^TM^ OJ
. .'".., *u>;
NEW DRESS GO
Trimxnipgs, Bl^ek and Colored
m^Silk§,&c.
%'!,____   ;:. j   ,   ,    OMiTMiaq
WOOLEN MOODS, T0QHE8, CLOUDS, S«MRES, M.
Millinery ^ Mantles.
II1089Q
LONDON HOUSE,
Y'isv3
A-o. Itr, and 127, Cor. Columbia md Mary
Streets, New IFufmiiufer,    dwoeU
:AjSPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
3JYT2 esAJo-rajin
Fancy & Staple Dry Goods!
ilwno3tu
(OPPOSITE COLONIAU-HOISS-)
. v - :iioVt het'iloQ to
BAKERS and GROCERS
'O
KELLY   BROS.
MMOQ
W
*»i
iVK TOR MANY YK/_|»t_»»TI_.._D THl. WMfT BU) WttB
Out Brean* imi sur-nior Hr**srli-iJ 'haw jet *j«rchas_4 Mr. Willie's
leaJK of the Sttkssy, lataljr owned hy J". Kimtil., on Oolumbia Street, and will hear .
the two houses ope* for th* sOoonnntrilation of the public.   They engage to supply
Goods ol tli- vsty l»»t lienor rjitioasjld at the lowest possible price.
,;' Wt   '  --T--i_^''''.'SW
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Show nlee fruit or  ornamental  ti*  .
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r The British Oolumbia
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The Spectator, and one Canadian, The
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Week, mnA
ay v
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Improvements In the artistic department.
The price of Grip will hereafter he Via.
year, which 1« lower than that of any
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kem tollingL_   ...
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ddress the Grip Printing and Publish-
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IT-CDAL
N .Cu_taa.earai.--al
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Mew Westminster 1*.C. JlylOto
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HEADaff.ICE.MQHIO.-CAlJACA
A HOME-COMPAmc
-     NOTICE.
J HEREBY  GIVE NOTICE  THAT  I
Intend to apply at the next sitting of
o IJeenslagCoia*, tou thisjOfcfora
License to sell fermented and Intoxicating liquors by retail on tbe premises at
Rresent known as the --Bingham House,"
> be hereafter called the Depot Hotel. -
i        P. O. BILLA.DEAUX.
Now Westminster;aeth Nov., 1819.
. ilnufflUi       r l       r
2*TCq?±03Si
LL PERSONS IN1>EDTED TO US
__ are requested to call uud settle thoir
accounts ot once.  By doing so they will
oblige us and save. themselves further
trouble.   ...       ,
<N. B.—All accounts  not settled before
the 10th of December will be placed tn the
hands of a collector for collection.   .
KELLY BROS;,
dno26ml '    ' '      West End Bakery.
DOUGLAS | DEIGHTON.
Manufacturers and Importers df
Harness, Baddies, Bridles, Whips, etc.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. Oi
L   . dw-jlyaito
PIONEER
WM.
HA!e
H. VIANEN  '
•|j*ii# "PfttrgflWfMpvj
and Salt Water Flsli.
j'   a-Msstz— in* a-suLapxr..,
DEALER IN SKINS J^ND PELtRIES.
Purchases will be delivered In any part
of the Oity free df chart's; '   d-JIjWyl
NOTICE.
THB 0NDER8IGNED BEGS LEAVE
to Inform his friends and the Publio
Ssnerally that he has purchased of Messn.
wens A Insley the promises lately known
as the "Bingham houho," situate on Co*
lumbla Street, In this city, opposite the
Station of tho C. P. II,—to be henceforth
known as the Depot Hotel—where he ventures to hope that by strict attention to
tho comfort nud requirements of his patrons to merit a share of their support.
The oulsine will bo under the manafte*-
tnent of an experienced cook and the
sleeping department under the personal
superintendence of.Mrs. Bllladeaux.  .  „
Premises quite new and Charges moder-
. P. O. flILtADEAUX.'
Ncw^WeAtmtnster.noth Nov., 1880.';
.'.■•-■ ■••    idno-Dml-),'' -,..■■ ti . ■ ! I
DRUQjGllSTSI
Ve* WutnlBiter, B. C.
ntjlOlo
This, Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from 'the   following
facts-—;;;,
The 8MUrl.y ,tTe—i to pil ley holder. Is
unsurpasaal ty any Company doing bust*
i In Canada,       . ■ ■ ■ • •   '
.baan.-ch.mmof Insnianee, but the
ll-«stabllshed lln... h«u« th* policy
Iderscnnot he ml.lnt aa to their contracts, .v.-    - —
tlicpublli'irnnb.
leash Htnti'iiicnl. '
Its statement,
'emood.J
Hyundai
tinrxiiiirjili'il In
Its pr
1st
... policies are iniiisi,	
years, und non-foi fcllrOili' after IWo yenn1
the history of iusurntii'ir iu Cinitidn.   .
IU|H)llcleH.re Inillniirilalilir nflrrlbreo
' -"i-IoiTeltnli —'
ate dlatrlbilled 111*11 all «|ult_
Tile profits In-One. clnss.uf-
eslstcnce.
MKtt  .... ,
polley holders are not IchkoiipiI lo give
larger protlts to any otht-r class, which
method aflbrds Minurior advaiitiiges over
thPunUotm bt»^iflatf.fr-dlsMbu-|ton. ■
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4N8TITHTED 1808:
-frOR INSDEING HOUSES * OTHER
J> Buildings, Ooodt, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing aad Faming Stock,
SUp. In Port, Harbor or Dock, and th.
Otrgoes ol such Vessels; alao, Shins build-
In, and repairing, Barges ahd other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods « bo*rd saoh Vessels, thmagho**
Oreat Britain aad Inland and in Foreign
Ceuntriet,^ .,,.., . ...
IMSI.081 WU1AMIT riRl.
Subscribed and Inrested Capitol,
-81.6(50,600 8TG.
* Rates ot Premium and every information can be obtaiMii tm application to
.„ %.^,:i^mtem .,,.
ij    Agent (or N.w Westminstor.
-PRACTICAL
Wattkafc-Skk!
Has just received lor the Holidays al fine
ift   asMrtment ol (Iold and Silver    *
JEWELRY
• ■    ■ ll  * ■ if
i    ..-GiNTO1-   '•■.-.■■
BOLD 4 SILm WATCHES
L*dl«8 SIh Swiss dold Wsteheg
*  from $25 to t.,15,
Udles Size American Stem*
winding Gold Watches, at
132.50.
*E*Mi»-Wc do aot sell "ailed"
Watches and Jewelry ss solid gold, -
"' Oar goods' are guaranteed joat aa re-
preaented, and prices lowsr than any
other houn in B. 0. •■'•
!,'-C-.W-n«L BLOCK, '
NEW WeiTMlNSTES, B. O.
ilHOle ■■        -' " ' "
_&ri_y_]_?_^mi b
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN, that HO
i-N days after date we intend making
application to the Chief Commissioner
or Xands ana works for a lease tor timbering purposes, of the following desert bed
lands: ■      ...>■■,•..-.   . .-. .,-. . ,- -
Tract No., t—Commencing at a post 40
chains east from A. J. Cotter),'*, southeast
corner state (Elk Bay, Johnstoh Straits),
thenee south, 40 ehains; West, 60 chains;
north,« chains; west,« chains:, north,
20 chains; west. 60 ohalns; north, 40chalns:
eust, 40 chains; north, 20 chains; west, 00
cbiilus: north, 20 chains; eaat, 20 chains;
north,20chains;.east,SO chains, north,80
ohalns;. cast. 60. ohaln-r, thenoe south to
shore line of Elk Bay: ihenee In asouthi
westerly direction to W. P. Hayward**
claim; thenoe  following  around  aaid:
Cotterl's northwest corner post; thArice
along Cotterl's south and east boundary
to place of commencement; said tract
containing 1300 acres, moreor less. ■ ,   ,,.
Tract No. ^-Commencing' at McNa-
hernle, North east corner Nodallas Channel, Thurlow ISlandt thenee North 20
chains. East20 ohalns, North ODohalos.
West 40 chains, North 40 chains. West
40 chains. South 140 chains, to McNa-
bernle, North boundary lino; thence
Eastalong said North boundnry to place
of commencement; said tract containing
800 acres, moreor less. .   t       ,
Tbact No. 8.—Commencing at a post sot
'line of Thurlow IstnndiCrawfo,'
onshore,
anchorage,- Oardei-o
wwio.d
thenne
South -W chains, EUwt, 30 chains, South 80
ohalns. East 40 chains, .North-80 ohalns,
Eust 40 chuliis. North 40 chains; thenco
westerly to point of oommenoement, said
tract containing 720 acres, more or less,
.  ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS OO. i
PerW.,T.4.G.
New "Westminster, B, C,
I \       15th November, 1886.       dnblSml
WHAT PHYtlfllAW BAY AMUT Till
STAUR klDNeVfAO,
"Treatment by Absorption
tlmB been recognised T   ***
be the most simple ah     _
of conveyldg to Diseased Oi,
tlvee," but Incases of Kidney _
ComplAlnts attendant thereon,
treatment was practicably Imp ,
HI the -introduetlon of (he Slhrr Ktdhey
Pad. lit -costs less thanaBinglepresorip*
tion and Is Immeasurably moro dedilve
and effective than any Quantity of internal
Medicinal dosinp. Worn immediately oveir
the seat bf Disease, Its i cuibtl-n properties
become absorbed by the diseased and en*
feebled Organs, continuously and directly,
as required to Insure In return their healthy action and original vigour. It is comfortable to thd patient and pleasant In Its.
effects, and cores -./lien nothing else can.
The Starr Kidney Bid accomplishCs'posi-
tlve, decisive results, A more valuable
discovery M a true remedy for Kinney
fximewssmm_i\w
In Toronto, Ib a permanent, sure cure for
dlbonses, dlsordeia aad.aUiuenUof.the
Kidneys, Bladder and urinary secretive
system, ordlMtflAr^ «•]]*)-)*MfrtHHlf
ipgln In tnesinan ox tlie bock, sides,etc.,
producing urinary disorders, sueh as too
.feT<5ffl»fbffllyfc«e*lSKS'j
sedimentary urine, dropsloal symptoms,
etc., denoting tbe presence ln the system
of diseases common to tli. ttrinaty sect**'
-toimauH>^n''*«..B-J%*l>*J*S^i*4
the bladder and passages, Bright", disease,
illabetas, drorfly, plies, nervous debility,
etc. Send for pamphlet lo LANHLEV 4
CO., Wholesnlo Agents, Victorla.^Ritatl-
edby.A.M, ***""--*""     * ** " ""**•"*"
 ,_ (_.Oai-dB,8.CUBl„
* Oft.. New Westminster: T. McNEE-
LKY. Udnfr'. Lnnilln.: H. McDOWF.LL
 ...... =»\tyjMttL,CQi,"SH«;
null lun-nu.   ,. nuui.Mi   im.,   ...
B.MBOAW, Priest Volley; .H, OLABIIr*
CO.,Kamloops' „. in,|  .,,,;!,d«JfeSayl,ii
TESTIMONIAL!
I'lincoiitei', XSfd Ji|«e, TSSfi.
ntK.<i, BOBBBTSONl in«ls   Isi/ft-iloJl
' ,    i. -. ,j   Vanoonvert ; ,sa •
' Representing Goldfe A aicCulloe**, >
. J      J  J-MHIlM.
Sin.—We the' hnderste-ned haying tri't-
nessed the terrible nr»whlo»*lpc_l oulof
existence ther young city of Vancoover,,
oa the%irihIt,,*^e*Sfttrthe«Sir-*!
amlned tli. safes mid by 'you, sorts
he Ure, ex'
i,' sorts bf
which wero; put to the most seyare test,
having boen surrounded by large or—'
tlcsof InrdUnd bacon, anil vrc are pi	
to testify to tb. remarkable mannerln
'bllt also thousands of dollars In
money were taken oat ln oerfeotjeoodi'
tion.' We can, therefore, with the great-.
est confidence, recommend themaslhorJ
ougbly Ore proof:   . ■ ■„', Infl la
L.A.H»mlllon,for the Canadian Faolte
Mayor; John JJBIniie, Stlpi,™,.
glstratei Rlcb'd. Al«an*er, Jnstlc of
the Peace; John Boultbce. Police Maglsrr
trate, City of VnhcouVcr; Thomas Ddnn,
Justice* the Pen**; ,«'atoJO»ns,Col.'
, Edward E.. Buad, Real EaWa ~ '
H. Balfour, Alderman: John..
Heal Estate Broker; Pither 4
Royal Holalir H..P. Kwfer, Contssalton
C. P. R,; J. W.Mol    ~    '
'   '-ahconver anc
to Vancouver
Innes * CO., Real _
Ross, Real Batata
Spinks. Real Est*
gusoni May.   *- **
F^^JEvX^OZS.
TO8T ARRIVED:
$15,000 STOCK
From the principal Houses of Germany,
Franc*'Great Britain, the United
States and our jr. at Dominion.
600 LINES K^T ON HAHD.
CALL AND .BER Ml"   8T00K BE
FORE YOU PUBCflASK   '  '
Boot, and BkOM, from Wo upwards.
ladlei' I ficili' HUneri for Xmas-,
the loveliest ever seen,    i
SI Dim of mita', HIiim'* nmki
„ rra'i Boots.   '■'•   "• "*"» '"
WM. ROSS,
t'*i«lal Mtel Hsd, t'.mbU tl.
*"~dwhol8!.	
!   'N'OTIO'EI,
vi-otice isYHBRimy oivbn jjhat
^,,*?»*^«±roh.?M«ii
Works for a license went tlmbeiron ths
UHANCE OF TIME TAtlL
'V'.'sTEAMEBli'■..
•■StA&VS'*
and way places, retnralng on ToMdaya. r r
Leareson THURSDAYS tor Hope an*
way places, returning on Saturdays.
dwiiolltc      CAP* WBUtY, Master. !
AliidN
MARBLE WORKS
JAKES IIBHKI, fMpmiOf.
MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, TOM-*,
TABLETS AND CROSSES, FURNITURE MARBLE, Ac.
Persons IIving at a dlstonoe, by sending
-i description of what they wish, can have
designs, prices, etc., furnished on application. All work guaranteed equal to any
an the PaclHo Coast, ahd at reasonable
ratos. N,B,-Noagenteemployed. ,:
6*rtlo* Slreel, Vletorla, 1.0. ''
Opp. SI. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
-     ,'. nifl      .'rtlhuC^   '■ . ■ .
JOHNS. COX,
Importer and Dealer In ,
flsWRJ
INCLUDINO
£-&5»ibo*s,
LASOaHAlHl*,
While Cr.st.d Sl.tk P.l.ali, ... .'
Oalnc. Fowl., BanSkaiaak*,
':Y::^a»d;
SeLBlrds and Eggs supplied at lo* fates,
andill stock guaranteed. :: '        ■
Boyal Aveiie, Kail or Bo«Ui SI.
'_____, , ,mha*o ,' .".
New Westmlnsler, Coal H»rl»r
and Senile Reile.
:W'
$. f. "-AR-tE, _-att*w     , : ,
ILL LEAVE SEATTLR KVBOT
Tkarsday Htniag*tt.*cl«k, for
Haw Westminster and Coal Harbor, *1»
Fort Townsom-and ths Islands! _ayrts**t
New Westminster on Friday forenoon,
ledves for Coal Harbor about two hours
afterwards; leaves COAL HARBOHmn.
*w MltimorBcottt-.
J   Fare ». SeattW	
■   rralahlpcrte......    *.*•    '
SraJoialiratMitomerchanla,..'" ''»*#,
A Ppiv^te Col
'     ; .,,., r  --rrrfOtlr-—,
Boarding J Day Pup,,.,
'       WILL BE OPENED AT    iti ■'-■
BOSS BAY, VICT_»U,t.G.
.   ,1   ne  i i-*_p_fJ-»l ', •   ..    . .
MONDAY, AlieilBT 16,1889.
ri*HE   BUILDJNO r>BAS' 15   LAROB
1   Booms and Is well furnished silk
K.^,,ffl^^nZS',A {fn*. of
h^ilthful exercises, Including basting an*
-.plTswlll be thad. most comfortahfe
and their general welfare chnfully ooh-
atdered.       ..',;. II ■   ! ■(. irjijn ...
, A HHIKTIIIT IWf Of _imi|WTeM
Excellent facilities wffi*be]nfforded for
Instruction in liniitl' 1riga.«teUI,
riaMleal ami H^r.a laagaw. Subjects,
AppllcallonlJVimi'n.h'r.ncM and full
Information furnished bjr „  .Jum
7 **y..«* *• nnm^Ai,
Jane 9,1880.
Re-Opening!
,;i   ritoooii ;.?,. ,.'. j-,,/ _3S5ii_
iM"	
M'e ftieMUJiiS n«ii!>fl
- lamiaoO utl IA
MUMtt.lK
t tts-vUnuit
New We$teiin«ter,B.-0.
*    ■ -0    l   '<   l'-'.   !R   i   ■■>■ ii    ■li-   1    .:''  '.I
.ti.tt-b* -.,( litW .Wii^.iifl^M .-..tii
- iiwoi vr'-iJi-j--' ■-,.....! ■ lAnttmit t*t.r.*t**»-
-r-fHrOUMIAMB DIAIJUUM—
WXmf/tUjQV  YJ^33-W 3HT
,,ii\in-iit'i* thtMiefntt f-iri b*.»»»i
Stattonepy,;
Fancy Goods,
dl   rf-lt-m-iini.,.,.
ii'.i'J/riHjij-l) .'l2ij|AjjJi:.ff
„:,„ j , HAS OPENED A WOP ON .,
First Door to the Right frota OoMrtnHa
Stmet.and will have alWays on ttani}.
.',ii»ml9  JW5"TBMfllill i ■'■■   .
PRICJCS,  .
h ffRFEClT  FIT
Gusnsntcsd l(i Eveiy^sse,    ,.,
•; ,■■,.. as d"**-' ■*'	
aommiENTS
mi
id lands, nswily. I«s
following descrihed
nnmbirs m, tut, '"
Now WestmVniiter _	
Dnted al Now Westmlnsler, Ulh day of
November, HIM"r   :,   Iviil"     >. ,jh. I l n r
dno?7ml  .        ConnmTi.nA'WcCtou..'
minted aaenlin British CclumblalBr
beautiful momimniu, Fall panic-
■&-rf-«_a»iaa_»^
■^rtM^fWe^Ssjaf;
■   — r\ . i.i.' rr      aTwafte 1
.   ,, .mi-uTJ
'.'.•;.;,,_ ,_;,„„.   |.J.Ii     ;,>,,_'.
The Largest Stock on tht U »_>-," i
AUx^,,^,'.k^e,^;--iiia   ;;..
House in '•BHtl«fi;"l(S)'* !"V ",1;"^
,.j.\*2>Z  •':'_i_«bli_j''' '',">«" ■" -"-J
.   11  . i    1:;   .'..r..;.-i,   4.',J6,I     .lr.j.:,ii!i;Ti'.;;;
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I ~       J,;.,!: JI UI'.uHM-JI "    ll. ,'.li'ill!r,T .!«
. lo TolehiitHi^oih ii-is ti.i ruiH ,ili's'.. „
. —SOtM AGBNT8 -ttSfu—': i __fa
, ,l I . ,»6is_i#JsJn*-«f_«noni
«'i"«: • i ,'■ Of.'BdStm..
r-i!r ' ■ri'..'   Jul  i.'r,livili* -.iJ   J,l    0—   i.  | ;;    ,
lOb     <:,..h',W!*PlW-<ik'M..r''1
And ajents for .11 the lcad-ngAnrtriow
imm
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.,. .   Ii.ii._4h •*■.''■***' _aihiiah  ■•'[ol'-.1
SfMUliOWS
"I ■•..ii:i;.-.>.'i       . ;.;;   *-{Im»i u.
IXWtAfWtitf.
:.     idl.isiisoiH !.jiul.-.,:» It. it-./' sludmil]
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