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yOEOMEl
I  .0 VJ*   ^87!90y;'*^IwESTMINSTBRT
ITENING, NOTEl-BER :»3,'1J86.
'\Ws-W
ing how easily some
its nn wd_i*i_&<l by
adMtHiiing ndwiniw of one kind or
another. ,. A railrond time-toMf, a
posltl guide, or a few stock cuts, till
make ready groundwork upon whi-*i
t» build erabeHiahmnuts of advertisements and deceive the unwary.
Nearly all of these productions liaro
neither circulation nor artistic their-,
it, and ***e "frauds, of the worst!
is beyond eomprehenaioUi
'—Wittm-pigStm.
IJ
OFFICE HOURS-10 a. m, to 12 noon; 3
to 6; and 6:80 to 8 p. m, dnolOte
H
H.COtS»*ii,n.A„M.V.,
PHYSICIAN A HIIROF.ON.
and RESIDENCE-Chureh  Bt.
ror to Farmers' Home), near
'-■** -""■wSJtfdlnater/B.a
rl0a.«.; lto8and
o.p.rt. 0*1* la (o»n and	
r'pmr"<fc.-uii.Mafc. i   "
I Col
fell
rite
T\R. F. WELSH,
,, ,   DENTIST,
:\V. id mil
^ei'*T.4t-rtn.te|(»iC'(
I'I
' toidnlal Hdtel,
iiiij; »h4t»'
ftmw)
The inquiries of the past week
would seem to indicate no falline;
, ' Off of the ihterf-|t lh the Oahadian
|  Northwest as a field for emigration.
On* tHsftSt, Who 'already h»!*'»■ son'
j ••' in Manitobh,' hns himself recently '
returned from the Northwest, and -
'    speaks highly of tlie general -pros--'
pecta of the country.    Though he
has1 visited the country on several
j  previous occasions, he says, he was I
" never so impressed with th* gootl
future before it as during his «i
eent vitdfc   Am1that. visitor; ljltyingi
some thousand pounds capital; in-:
tends to leave in the spring lo engage in farming in Manitoba; while
fuithtl'   iuquSI-Jis   having   ineiiia
contemplate settlement next season
; , in /.various parte of the Northwest;
Kl U_\ British Oohimhi&J VttWS
course, too late for any considerable
emigration  of this  class to take
plaoe ti-isityear, and for this reason
inquirers are being advised to delay their departure until Uwipring
of next year.—Canadian Gazette.
jo   -i'.'i'J  ",' jj -.   i.-.'iT .J'.rilBJH
The Loudon |r»i*W was tbe pioneer society journal It was a pronounced hit, and Labouehere thought
it could be much improved on by
. adopting a severely' triSdal, if not
sneering tone, with everything from'
the Queen, 4own, and ao started
Truth, which pays almost as well as
Punch, aaid to be the most* profitable weekly paper in existence. La-
boi-chere invented  a new kind of
aiid editorial remark! t-rgether.   Of
the two papers that of Yates is Uie,
aristocratic, bat Truth i| very
' ir, and ii eagerly read (y Ae
pie it criticises;  Many sup-
ause '* these  paragraphical
society papers are written in the
first person singular, that the editor
inditM every article (if the short
squibs ean he dignified by the name
of articles) and hunts up the news
himself. .  Nothing can, be farther
! from the truth.' -Very cftoa in issue
idbas not contain a line r*ritten by
the editor. One of these papers
may ntive a dozen editors and 500
correspondent-- For an item of,
news, eve« if It takes up but three f*
. lines, the coneapondent who sends
it is paid liberally, though of course
a snod dmli* sent in that i'sj nover
published.—.AT. /. Graphic.
—?y*'V\ tmo )
DENTIST.
1' 4mbh-i6vor t>. 8. Curtis * Oo.'a Drug
Store, Columbia St, New Weatmlnater.
hi.Ur_-.tol-; l:-.to7.     [1.81111     ll
WlllvlaltChllllwhaek HfcOrat Monday
und tw.foUoK.Mg day. In <aoh month.
Ta.th palml.aal>..ztraet.d.   anl2
or
■tr.  .
* Met'Oll,
■BAEBI9TBBS, '!','
,[i/    ft   !    . '      *9U0_T0I_S, ETO
Offlee, Mckenzie Slreet, New Westminater,
Mid Vancouver, B. C. JySldwto
TJ. TBAPP,
•*■  " "V.    i     .    ,   ■ "
a A.O0TI0NBBR ANDAPPRAWEB,
Colhhim*gt«i«t,...........*ll»w WMWIUUr
The Toronto Newt fails to fee the
need of grand juries, and 'thinks the
■ •'" system should - ixi abolished. Its
objections are stated as follows: It
gifes law-hraakNs altogether too,
many chances. First, t^et;**. is the
preliminary examination liy the
•MKeewagiitiMe or count*/ J. P. to
 *-'-I whether th^e,-»jf!priiif*
faoie case; secondly, the invtatiga-
1 tion hy the gimnd jury for'the same
purpose; and, lastly, the final trial,
' in whioh the 'prisoner Has every
reasonable safeguard against injustice. Why sbould the preliminary
process be twice repeated) Ther*
at«'quite loopholes enoilgh in thk
technicalities and quibbles in cow
i-wtk* with tha final trial, without
increasing the number of opportunities for the miscarriage of justice
by rsquiring a jury, after a partial
1 examination into the facts, to pronounce, by. nri overwhelming majority that a. case for adjudication ex
istsi    The weighty reasons wliif"-
, ca||ed ,tor, the .ja^qa^iq^.pf *|he si
tern no longer pxlst. ' Thegmnl
jury was originally designed as a
protection against the power of the
crown, or the personal vindlotivm
ness of proseouting officials. With* 0I
tha publicity given to legal proceed-'
ings by the press; all danger on that
scar* has passed away. The grand
juty has outlived its usefulness, but,
like many other antiquated institutions, it is preserved by the moss-
backed conservatism which' seems
inseparable from the legal profession.
m   NORMAH HOLE,
WM} !'BAB*ttSittit-AT-I_i-*fcr.i'
J-and A*cnt-      i j, if   Honey to Loan.
, *,, Columbia Street,   '    ,
* sestc    T11'' Ntw Weatmlnater, EO.'
k LBBHT 3. HILL,
L_..   [ CW1L .ENQlNEEIt, ,,-,,,
Land Surveyor, Drangbt.iu.il, ete.
OteoB-Ou. door North  of Heists.
Corbould A McColl'a, MeKenile Street.
-.   ~ ,:.   ,-.dw.«ol»toy-,      ..   ... .
I
,,nn*-/*-*.f*jlftj.j^*iia_}i-pj) ;.
Andltor, Aeeonntant, *c.
yolonlaVgoteJNewWwtr.'   '   d«e|_mt
A. %"mttl*, H'ome, HIM A lUitSiuan,
beg. to announce that he will resume bu.-
lneaaaa
IMarveyer, Keal Estate anker aad
'1      I        Caavryaaeer
On and after the 'let itlMaM.  Offloe, New
Caledonia, Hot.I, Murray St., Fort Moody.
rJ . I ,  SSIWO    '
"All. eaasmlaalias will reaeive prompt
and oarWul -attMitldii. Dent wferenoea
SlveSi.wMii rnulred. mhlMo
W. D. FERRIS,
11 Rent and Debt collector.
8KV«K»I. 6VSWt A|V8 ft ihttt
Asenl l»r Uae TBAVIU»*a UR aad
Att'lMUT i*i-)i«a<ick coarAai,
■artlarrd, Caah.
OPPICEi-Ferrla Street, New Westmlw
■-~~ i 'mte
Mjw&yk
LAND SURVEYORS,
Seal Estate. Insurance and
Commission Agents.
'■""■   •*"'       "    **t_LL___i_a  -   '   _-*
mi, ur, netMrr a num mmuta
COLUMBIA BTREET,
•telephone:)-.     ' NEW WESTMIXSTU.
'   deWo"' '
PITT & 00.,
Real Estate, Mining
General Commiiiion Ag'ts
VANCOUVER. B. O.
..Oilv-jS NitaOTIATm
fejjte
.^'•■Sl_dl^sTV''(^M',i'lllW write.:
"Al-wtakhnteur bottU.01 K»*ttno*
4 L-raea'a \m^\.Dmn,rv mAtlf,.'
MBtlo Cure, I feel u If I were a new
PSSL   liadImntxiM*with Dj*
• passia (er a aaaabat at y«an, and tried
tnaay rsaaMUts, bat •« no av*«, until I
" used this o.Uk«U* nyipmtfii cure."
Koralllrapurltle. ol tha. Blood, Sick
Headache) Iim ea*2 KidaajComplalnta,
Dosttvenm, etc., it I. the bert medicine
..J-MM-h^l. "IIMH Ml*  "
pHAL KSTATE BROKERS,
Conv.yaneera, Call.etar.,
' And iaaMraaie. A|.M.,
Bee. -_ VICTORIA. FOrt Slreel,
NEW WESTMINSTEni Corner
MoKenule and Clarfcaoii SU.
,   VANCOUVER, OoMova Slreet.
DUII.IlINfl I JITS for aale In all aeetlona
of Vaaaanvoraud Novr Weatmlnater City.
FAmHjtV'M or ailnerlor nuallty ter
■ale at Qhilllwliiiuk, Port Hammond,
I-anstey, Matuqul, Sumas, Mnd Bay.T-id-
ner1. Lnndlns, I.lilu Maud, North Arm
anil Pitt River.
e.^S^'»i*l!?.Wr«-
Contractor Attn
Bntlder.
  thvahi
||e..tiAddr.,„-McK«K«.e8T.j
ded
teat
if0,,
NTCH'CHA
WHAWSTBBKT • V1CT0SM.
jLO-astTm von      •
North British and Mercantile
iismnee viti tor iiinhnd.
H.'cr.SfeE^Ntco.,
. U Finsliury Ciyus,
London, E. C.
will be opeu an follows:
SATURDAYS, 2 to 4 in the afternoon,
and 7:80 tie 10 ln the evening,
i. AdvlMlMti Gentlemen. l*j&;, Ladlw
free,  Uneof8kst*nt2oc.       flUlJ
PersonB wishing to Beeuro thn Hink f<
select sknt In t pnr I Ies enn do -sn on a ppl
cation,
.      WINTEMUTE, QALBIC'K * Cd.
iltioiatc    I  f]   i,
W
Corner Tatei A DoukIor (Streets,
VICT6WU, B. C.
HUNK Q. RICHARI8, JR.   -:•   •   LESSEE
TOURISTS* HEADQUARTERS: FIRST
Class in every renueot * Prally ssip*
■tied wllh all C*hv«oIcmm af Mminm
iKsMk New snd Elegant Tn all llsAp-
polntments.  wtkem MMeiUr.
Thin magnificent Hotel Js now open for
the rec-dptlon'of Giiestn. ■
tarXo pains will ba snared Uy the management toTOalco this Hotel pleasant and
Union Restaurant
COLUMBIA STRl_iT,!
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
MEALS AT ALL
(DAY OR NIGHT).
Oysters In any Style}
Board bythe Day or Week.
Under the preaent management everything will be found nrat-elass, und prtee.
are extremely low.
Jm.lmJ E. H. BARKER, Prop.
WALSH
le Ml Tailor
Colsakls HI,. Hew Westminster,
HAVING JUST RECEIVBDOUR NEW
Spring Btock, we Invito Inapectinnnr
the flneat aelectkin of
Ei-dUk,
Seatek, Genua,
aid Aanrtru
SUITINGSHett
Ever shown In New Westminster. We
have secura* the services ol MR. HUGH
O'HAOAN,! pracUcal Cutterwbohas had
long experience In London, Parti, and tha
leading eastern ellios, and for m GOOD FIT
and artistic style we defy competition,
mMOta I
THOB. WAWH.
S. H. WEBB,
AUCTIONEER :
APPRAISER
THOS. OVEN^|
MANUFACTURER OF
mwpi-.
t '*iir_A:<3*b__srfe.-..
BlaoMtli and Maohinist
AND SEE!
HTjTMBER98
ammmmmmtl-m
All Kinils of Machinery, Patent Lock-,
Safes, Sewing Machines, tc, Ao.
Reptiireil.
!  aUOKBMITHINC   „.
In atl Ita branch... Farmers', taggers',
Mill and Conlrart Work! Agricultural
Implement., and everything In the
blacksmith line made to order.
dw-Jlyaitc]   Columbia St., New Wkht.
CLARKSON STREET,
o»p. Htu-lutry tstttt, Ifew West'r.
Brajr^'itiphuttttilPiiatiifj
nm mem, ouitw, Uimmta, t,,
WALL PAPER.
tetoeqiB^jtmiP*'
in the City: coinpriHtng newest pattei-VH.
 *   ' iKrttom priced.  Sam-
R. 1'enrson A C!o.-h
itlwaynun
lia|ii) nt l
lew'nt T.
GUARDIAN
flu  -lit-
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds
(IT _aJA.JBJ_
ESTABLISHED I Ml
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T.R, PEARSON,
doc7U'        (ttC. S.AP.Co.1 AQENHJ:'
stiiii', Columhlu Ml.
specialty low rntos.
Paper haaglaa at
■-el«o
FARMERS' HOME!
Will afauMnmiHlatn the traveling public
ul the following ratw.
■■ "BMrrfUi0e^day......i ji oo.
''      "  weok 5 00
fling 1* Meals.    $
Beds    25
MjOood accomtnodatlon for Ladle* and
fniiUUe%..-..... mylte
FURNITURE
W. PROTHERO & GO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
ALL KlNfiS OF FURNITURE.
REMOVED
«S-To simp lately ocoupledJjy.Mr.Daroy}'
Cajumbla-l-re*!. '..",.■ '
t(Ji|| and eTtdnlne our stook UU prices
lielnre liuvlnp. We cant 1-^SkiWUa,
in the oily, ftepalrlngot all klndanea-fll
done. —, PROTHERO A CO.
        aelfltc
P. PEEBLES.
I. W. HECKLEY
■Fcreblesa Heckley
(I-BiliR *«B!«)HANT8.,j'fS<lUARE)'J«'
FURNITURE
MANUFAOTURER8,
UPHOLSTERERS
Spring ana Wool Mallmsei anil
Bedding »l*iys oi hind.
W. H. HOLOIN,
HAVINO TAKEN POSSESSION OF
the "Temperance Honae,"fronting
on ColunUaaiiil Church Street.,oupiiaile
thn KpHunpiil I'liureh, .ud now known
na tllo.' - .
FORSALE.
THE LEASE, FIXTURES AND STOCK
ol tbat  well-known VaMaW'Store
next the HnllirookHouae, Front Street.
 ■ doolies*" _____ ,
Farm for Sale!
A N IMPROVED FARM   KQ.lt HAU5
«Cl  cheap, and on easy It-mi**, -with or
wur ■■"' *  ■-
fitliout the stoek.
M. NICHOLSON,
Mount J.eliinau P. a
E. HUTCHERSON,
NUR8ERVMAN A DEALER IN
Frnlt and Ornamenlil Trees,
Ladners 1_ano.no. B.C.
rpHK HUBSClRIBER WISHES TO IX-
J. fohn tliu poople of RrltlHb Columbia
that he has oswblli-hcd n Nursery at Liid-
ncr'H Landing, and Ih prepared to fill
HI orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Twes, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
Ac, Trees Imported or home grown ac-
cording to the wishes of customers. The
subscriber lias liad a thorough praotleal
"" '** ""^business, and having a
:e In the country It Is his
lirly with the public. H«
e various towns and se'l-
atid all OTdcre will hnve
tion. '
E. HUTCHERSON.
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANO-
ley Saw and Planing Mill; mill In
good order.' Forr-nrtleulHraapiilyon the
premlaea to IL WEST,
Or, Moaanr. DRAKE, JACKBON,
aplSte 4HELUCKEN, Victoria.
o. Mcdonough
HAVING TAKEN
-jundboa'g BUldlnr. frost SU
(Formerly oceupleil by Kyle Is Tlllon),
IS  NOW READY
j   /      •    jj     sll    j      jf
to serve- bin customers and everybody
with as good a stoek as a man wants to
select from.
Dry   GiMdi,   firaerries*   Prevlilcai,
Creebrry, Olasiware, Boats, -tke.
Come and itee the new place, nnd let us
know what ymi UiWkuf It.
"dwoclWc C. McDONOUOH.
W.R.1USTIN,
HAVE ON Ul
1AKCMT kSB ■■» «T»<« •» lit
NITIIIB M TBE MAINLAND.
mm.
' A large Assortment of
om QOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
A1AVAYS ON HAND.
Hay and Feed
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
. mMAm ct At apuvBu» f
' k^tfAutwnmcrn,   ■•" '
We run two stages dally.exceptSumuiys,
to Port Moody, currying H.M.S, malls.
As no liquor or tobseco is used we can by
UmpcMta hstblts and careful economy
serve the public at especially low rates.
dwseSQte
Hardware Hei1r««ni Salfes, In Au,
Cherry, Walnut,'me Mahogany.
Estimates for Office and Store Finings,
An e.i|H-.-ien..ed upboislerer has boen
engaged by. the linu*. wlw are uow pre-
imroil to ilrmil kinds of Work In the up*
holslcry line. dJlySte
TO THE PUBLIC
"BLUE STORE"
6*
F.CRAKE,
I'KACTICAL
HA
AVING HAD KXTKXSIVK BX-
perlcnce In California'ant ilae-
a-hei'o In the above buainerw, I am now
prepared to take charge of nny aolea,
auction or otlierwlac, that the puhllc
may favor me with.
Vnna, HUM, Cartridge!*, Pow*le»,
Shot, flaking Iitklr, Sprcli-
clei,   Cillery,   mil   Bir
Dliuwire,
TO BB HAD  AT THE (II.U STAND,
KNOWN  AH THE'
'Menagerie Shop,'
OOLUMBIA   STREET.
tlwnu]7'*
Administratrix Notice.
JEWELER,
COLdMBW STSfiT.    MEW WESTMINSTER.
•Mmlle taaalaikana ACe'a,
SKX-OTTIE BIG WATCH.
•rl.ATK MANAQKR FOK SAVAQE A
i.yMan, montrbau
Chroienetem, Repeiten, Ckroio*
iripken, ui ill Im Wittk
repiln • 8 peril")-
A
wai
NV ONR HAVINO WATCHES whieh
Uunr-o li"      	
L-cli repair*
have neen Injured by lneehtpotent
rtittal to new
I tils »m le nnd
_ .jjMBflc warrtnted} oluin.es
nitrderrtte.  Estlinatesgiwnfreoofohiirgo.
repnlrfld.
\TOTICR TR HRHRnY OIVEN THAT
il iillpcnionsltKlQbti'iitnthelVe.lnjvihiia
Atwon.1 Reynold* H.nner, formerly of
New WoNtminstcr, ilereiiseil, are re<|Ulred
to pay theatnomil of their IntlL-htediieas to
the undersign od, forthwith, nnd al) persons having any --InIiiih ti*nlii»t (he estate,
nre refinlred to In riilHliiiHiti.Milnni thereof,
fmljr verlfled, wiihliiR two nmnths from
hlsdate.
HOIM1IA K. lIOMKIt,
* .-\dm1nisiratrlx.
Dated New West, Out. IMti, IHW.   ocl3dtm
DANUIHIOS. HAVKTAKKMIKCIIIKH
IV   on the  crinir'l'   nf   MllcKellxle   mill
ularkaon Htreela, r.u,. l.lrii'k ,ilmvi< riiluni-
bln wt,, wliere tlii-y are nntv iir.|inri"l lo
'ml.iaan.lni'*'. ilnrMie
.WAITHAM, uam, ail alker
Walatwa ani Jewelir efceaner
llian nnr .Iher ».nae take.
IiAUIKS' SOLID li CARAT GOLD AM-
KHICAN STEM W1ND1NQ WATCHBM,
aeourale lliiiokeepera.MT,; tieiinl price,$*.\
"^TOTIC-El.
in the supreme Court of British Oolim-.li).
OKI'/. URO-*., on helinir nr  HieuiHPlvea
aiul all rilh^r 'lie tJicilllriis uf i.oiiIh
noiii-PiiAiNTirtJn]
Ann
KllWAIilinnl.il, liOIIIMUlll.liuml I'M-
,\|A fiol.n- liiir-JKnANT-i.
V nitliKR OF THR HON. HENIIY
}'. l'irllewt?r.aae,J„ 1 urn iip|inliilr'il
 .elver nf Ilie R«al Krtnt. now mal.tpi-'il
tn ilie inline. I'f lhe Defcntlmit-or either
nf llieni In lire Unil h.-kMi'V Ofiiee at
New Wwlmlnnter. anil ttio llivrlllnf
ftOlian now (nellbuil hy lhe lli'lrnilnni. or
ap-nenr oiie nf ilium illunlo al the i'lly of
NewWi'rtliilii.teranil the pernonnl pro-
llet'lv of (lie nweiutant'T or either or any
of llinrn now III nr upon lhe aaljt Dwell Ina
Hnii.i. nml Hie Hotel nnd iiromlae. Hlliutto
at thr' Oily of Vflnconver known na Ihe
Uulil ilou-e,
T. .1. AI1MHTHOM1,
HepnlyShi'l'lir,
■I wim lm l Receiver.
\VVISO   TO  THE   IARCi*   IN-
crease in the nmnher of patients
i-eceiveil nt the Royal Columbian Hospital, New Wcatuiinatei-, ilurins the lut
year, the Hoard of Dlroetore find it necessary to appeal to tlie publio for assistance, In view ot the fact that the dis-
bnrsements for the last six month, liave
lieen in escessbf the revcihe, and that no
public subscriptions' have been solicited
during the past three years, the Board
are compelled to make this appeal.
. Mr. W. H. Kauy will pemonally canvass for mbscriptilnis. '' ''
G. E. CORBOULD,
■71,. ' "* . . President.
NewWee».,8-pt:»,l8JS0.   dwscMm'J
The (Jas Company
'lespectfuily iiiiform
the Public that they
are prepared to do
Gas fittiug at lowest
possible! rates consistent with good workmanship.
A supply of FIXTURES, GLOBES,
&c, now on hand. .
¥sW Orders may be left Ml
the Company's Office, Hal-
brook Stone Building, or at
RAND BROS.
J, L. STAMFORD,
il-Jlj'-lllc MANAUKli.
lht
NOTICE
JH HKltftnY OIVRN ilint nppllt-uithn
will lie iiii-Hlfltotho Lasislntlve AartftH*
yoftlicl'nivlmi' td Uritish ('olumbin,
Htthonp.xl sphhIoii thereof.fur an Actio
iiicoriioi-ul-Miconii-imy fortho purpoapaf
eonnlriuillin-, nmnaalnj; and mahiiflliUnk
Woter Worku nt thnVrtnliiftl point nfthS
Cnnndlnn Rn-Olfln ItttHwnyotii'onl Hiirhor
ami RiikIIhIi llnj, nml for the purpoiM
I hf-rt'of grant fits tothe Nnhl t-omnnnvlho
privlleireof taking *wnt«r from Ciipilauo
(.reek-lhtrnnhy I-iiko or other nuttftbla
tx.wllh i«iwer In thn Mhl coin[
WATCHES
k One assortment of .Imcrlcan Silver WltCkm', (at. dust-probf cases.
Flrst-class Swiss Hatch**, from *8
npwtinl.
CLOCKS
1 Ittge assentatat «f 8-aaj Strlh-
III Clocks, with cathalral gong:
solid walnut cases; latest designs.
Alio. Setk Tkoiaai' Nlckle Alana
Clocks,
t*t\ NICE ASSOi-THEUT DF JEWUY.-n
rin.W«lfklepalria*ia>f-HlallT. All
Wark WanaalM.
aw Remember the   place-thc "Blue
Btore." -----
ilwauajl        Oolumliln HI,, Kew Went.
FOR JICNT.
FKOM THE FIROT OP NOVEMBER-
nn 8-roomo-l Hnuxcon Afbevfltrtet;
AlBo-Krom tbe Flmt ot Dwember-a
largo Store, with buemeiit, on Columbia
Street, centmlly flltuatecl.
.   Apply to I
,   . HENRY V.
tloe28tc
KDMOMtW,
Ul
ind Agent.
FOR
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE OX
t    • l-ot 7,8ilnnted on ProVoHf Mrret, lw
tween Mary and McKenr*^ -*	
In the occupation of Cnpt.<
-1 rooms -witli ombI oflt
Valuable City Loth
Farms nenr City.
Farms on Pitt Meadows.
FurniB on Mud Hef.
80 ecreu of Land at Whonock Railway
Station.;
74 acres of valuable Land J mllWi from
City on Hastings Road; IWOoordnW Cellar could be cut.
Apply lo •■•>•        ■' ■ •
CAPT. PITXGMDBIOH,
Je23tc     Land Agent, New ITertrdlniiter.
I SPAN DARK BAY MAREH, I anil 5
1 years old; good travellers; wora alnirli'
orilouble.
, 1 ■i»!-S(-»wS»Mi«old| womalntle o.
double; nice ladles'or gents'.laddie home;
verygentlt.. .-:r   .'
1 S-Malea Bttftyi i siirlnga; nearly new.
a tan. af t&SSiiy tiny on NoMli Ann,
FraaerHVCT.'
..bblkHall Hainan.
KalaMaBelHea.
Al»-Mtari a__Mtatk taUMM la
t'llrWaterCnapany.       ' .^,
^  W. J. PRKNCR.
New Weak,Nov. lllh. JS*.  .. dwnoiac
Cream 4 Fancy Cakes
—i.0 ta-—.'
A. DlEBEL'8
' fr6nt fepii^ET;1 f_£ ir. p. i *■* w.
daeato
' -N"OTI03_a.
WHERRASI HAVE BEEN APPOINT-
ed reeelv«r of all- -tlia, Mraoaial estnte, eflecta and credits, Including book
debla and another ebnaMtnJaetlan due
or accruing due lo William laaae. of Port
Hammond, by virtue of an orderlu the
County Court ol Victoria, dated Uie 21st
day of September, IBM, all.penot
hereby warned from reclMng, ta*l ..
to poasesslou or boldlag any of. the .aaid
ESTABLlSnKD 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Heart*- Opposite tb« Colonial natal, j
TsTsirV WESTMINSTCT.
mHB LAROBST  AND  CHOICKST
X   assortment of all deacriptiona of
MEATS ANP VEGETABLES
Conatantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Reatamanta, anil St-umbonta at tbe
LOVVF.ST POSSIBLE I'lilOKS. .
und BettiHiry (irtiimnrf. l«o
An aauiihled knirofl.il So. la, Rlerk v,
.   Ml ef Malllrt Ul  \o. IIM, la Ike
m'lKiiKAtr 1HK .!,'h*|«*»*i(:ATi': w i
.....  . ,-11,penona are
hereby warned from reel ring, taking In- .
to poasesslou or boldlag any of tke aaid
estate, nr from paying to the said William
Isaacs, hi. ageut. nr servant., any monies, or from disposing or In any drilling with said estate. '
ft Is also provided by the said order that
all persons Indebted tothe aaid es'ate or
having ln their poaawmlon .ny effects of
the said estate (other than what haa been
legally disposed of); are to pay, deliver or
account for the ume to me.
'P. J. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy nherift.
New Weatmlnater, EC,    -     i , .
Ocl. _7th, 18S& dwoeSTte
et«itMm to bhom •«■**-»-
PRACTICAL   ;
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMUA   STREET
icrr. ooLONiii. hotxu,
NEW  WESTMINSTBK,   B. 0.
Fi-ilclMi' rruMrlptlaas aal Fa**
iir Rfcip»*«spffintj.
N   B. — Only O-iMia* Draga uMd.
Over twenty ve*™' experience. '. mrlB
Public Notice
Titlo of
above-mi
desitroypi
fnr n d« pi	
Notloo In tberaforo liereiiy nivbii iliata
tte»h Certiflcnto of-Title will he inxtied in
lieu of that ao. lout or "
-mentlonod lnnd hn* been Inst nr
lypil.tind npplwnMrtifJ»nH*i-(*ii made
mplltoioinmoff * ••
New Wntaiutcr FoUio Libmy.
clume l« flbewu  to t
one montli from itlte.
•n**~a*h
lextixiyotlt unte-MH
iintuiiy within
mHK   ITNIiRMSWNEn  (THANKS TO
to, 'WTARMSTnojn*,
Ihipuly Jleglslrnr.
New Wvstmlnstci-. 2Tlli Ocl., ISSfl.
doMTmr
J   tbobiud
Mnvnr mid f
ri**op«iifd the Piiblln Llbrnrv,
tliWouporluiiity to oflbr an luvl
Wfi'dl-Yitsof Vm* WMttmlnMterto
t V1..II.
Change of Business!
JOHN  G. BUNTE
new and -permlMlon of tbe
LMty Conncintwo wMkR ago
e Pnhltn Llbrnry, and takefi
rtmli.
dlivctiiitis'are tecclvM ^"WffllfiaaJSd
■■ visitm», uud Mioht will be added III -Mitea
I tciu-qnable Kupnort Ik obtained. Tbe
I ti'rmnniv .lOot-ntt'iiintmth.t'o adm-itv.a*-
■ iiiiixTx.ftr.tUi-epatdf.irloadvaiKO. Tlibt
< will amount, to about '■! wots a *uy, or tbe
' rontnf onfi'taftrfornevemUyap^nolMtou
mews froimill ovf-rtlie world,and
tn
KS    TIIM    OPI-OUTPSITY
t.ti    _.  .._   	
. eir-K*iiiit- booitH wbloh  may
; cvn'v '.M liimrc-.'  Thoro ta no totnpuli
i nhout tlila. Imt tlioee who believe In
OK I IhiKlnnMirf tberallinndwlMi-PMI
lantctl
ultdon
luiiikhiK tin* 1-nhltP for their kind- ; » Oewiit nrewHI«lonhlleM«a^|HtttV
■jiensionil patnnmxe in tlie pant and hr- j liiMMnUon. fjrareS M_nt_^tf_m_^tmt
sppakH the i-ontllittitta-e or the nniur lo If h ! ?_* o*>uMl*ai
auwoRsoi',
Ladlss
ail ttio
partlM vrlio.balleve In
thereof rjrnntlno
■-' " n£l
  ,-i.M-	
to hulld fluimw, aqupdu-.tB, lay t>liH<M
dumR.ocqulru laiitlf, nud do all other
llllltt
nn inn, iii-i-iu re iHiiuti, iuiu mi uu i
anil thinjtM neeennaty fur tha1 purpom
flforemilil.
RnKHTR A TAYI-OR.
Hnl Iri ion for Applleaut-4.
Dated September Mlb, lmTr* Urttft * ■. i
W. E. FALES,
WholK'|H>n Unoeall old friends and mnlie
. iiuwy new. _
K All poison* indi-btod to J. (i. Bunte are
nfflff      •■  "-      ■"—.—	
WANTED.
MANANDWIKKTOTAKEOHABOB
.  and do nil the work of a Hotel In the
..JnrlfM*. WintoK, -i-V) prr month and board.
ltrfcrpurm will have to lw "ent with th*
ajipllentlon to JOHN MURRAY,
iYwnn-Hw-2 Hponeen Tlridf e,
4
WMittefited to mnke immediatenrHloinoiit; ;
•hdHllolAlmeiinimit^'-- **-■■--■-•"-
■anted wtthout delay.
It you hava oarr-*
doi
mul Join thin nttractiTc imw'jwUi far
their own vredHamlthatofothtri. Coma
one, eome all, and you will be attended to
by one who can ioap nll bIhbi-m, via.:
Yonw noit|-«Vitfully,''        !'
HENRY 'W.MUOHES.
flauttU
New Wont. Am*. 20, WW.
If you hftV^QUMta toaow aud lay, win* I
" "f blind* to. make or liatiR, ph'ture-c to
...... VMM.
1 door loA,.M. Herring"ift>iutt Ston,
BOYSWANTED.
iWO^ SMART. ROYH WANTED JXff
oneejo
ApylfatThti
REMOVAL
SStWWy.''
KB
Wlul.iniit.
lon aquar*, 1
"r-urnilnttjiit
 montfc mny. lila buiMea. Inlo
InUinnt.'. newBuUdlii«,qtPo.lteLr
id bow nfl-n 1
r below eoat.   '
T'      ...   ..... .
oneejo Mil Uie mill.' t'olnmldan,
HitaOflleo.
:!>
or below eoat.
SOH«J____t_____
Ad Jnlaln^noklnioii^^lleat Matk.t.
rliiuHI. '   New Weetmlnaisr, Not. 1, l«. dnolml NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
wiy'doods' *'c. C.il. Major
iail-g Jhrilish Columbian
Ev«nlnc,yNovenil*er |j. I*]^.
We have made arrangements with
the C. P. E. Telegraph Co. to liave
the C. P. R. passenger list wired
each day from the mountain region
__-__to.»_mblisjj-tiott. ii*. ■jUaJP-QumfiM-K-.
As tlie.names nf passengers arc pub-
lilhed a day lief ore the passengers
arrive, those who expect friends
from the- east will be able to make
preparations for meeting them. The
names published in this afternoon's
jiaper, fpr example, are those of the
passengers who passed Beaver
(439 miles east of this city) this
morning, and will arrive at noon
to morrow. Tlie publication of theso
lists will be found very convenient
for otir reaejors.
Our quarts. Mines.
Kvery new arrival from the interior of this province is full of
quartz. They bring lumps of it in
tl$i|-1»il#, iri'tfeir *jockets, in
thoir hands, and some of them have
hundreds of pounds of it in sucks
whieh they are carrying to the as-
'sayer. Not only ore the pockets
and the baggage of these people full
... of quartz, but so also are their
thoughts, and quartz is the only
t-3ng*t|iej-*ill tli-iius.V The raove-
niSiitS o.'some of tliSse persons is
tilled   wi(li   mystery. t  Thev  will
-     show' you; a fat nugget soiq'etimes,
■■''..■ with tho admonition, '.''Don't toll
anybody," niwV they will positives
refuse to mention anything that
might lead '0Js discovery ofthe
;. whereabouts of. -lie quartz lodes.
Others .are   more frank, and will
* make no objeetion to state all they
know about the wealth of the quurtz
.."rnines, of the interior. If any pe*
sou doubts the existence of very
f .rich and extensive quartz mines of
«6Kt  and silver, his doubts must
_ ..speedily   vanish   in   view   of  the
:  ''(proofs that are constantly coming
■ isfreinh the regions beyond-the mountains.     Never  in   the history of
", British Oolumbia ha* there been;
such widespread interest in quartz
'   '' miriing,"and th'e area now covered
"    by the proapeetor and those who suc-
.   eeed the prospector with implements
necessary   for the development of
'" tliis" Kind of iiiihing is vastly more
extensive than'lt has ever been be-
fore.    Everywhere throughout the
■■■"■ interior, as well ns iti many of the
cities and settlements near the coast,
one finds joint stock companies
Qiwjliiig onelor ui-ire mine, and with
very large expectations of future
profits. During the past season a
great many of these mines have
beeii-testeo. . Assay,- of the rook'
have   in   almost   every    instance
i shown such results to justify further
.development. In ume cues the
ascertained richness is really fabulous, and most of the claims show
enough metal to leave a safe if not
very large margin of profit to their
owners.. Following up the work of
this summer, the developments next
season are almost certain to be very
extensive. Several gentlemen from
, the United States, eastern Canada,
.. and .Europe, have become so much
impressed with our quartz lodes thai
they are determined to put money
into them. Foreign capital in large
quantities will undoubtedly seek
profitable investment in the .province, and the establishment of quartz
mining on a large scale will bring us
.untold wealth. In connection with
j the opening and development of
these interior mines is closely associated the question of railway con-
. Itruotion. We have already point-
' ed Out the feasibility of a rtilwny
Y -from some point on the JC. P. R. to
Cariboo, and everyone knows that
such a line would open up a very
large, mining regi jn now difficult of
access, which is confidently believed
5 exceedingly rich in the precious
metals. The preliminary steps for
the construction of this railway
have already been taken, and it is
believed capital will not be wanting
when the scheme has been sufficiently matured. If the Cariboo Railway is put under way next summer,
the construction of it will not only
bring existing mines within easy
»i^ach.ibut will be certain to bring
V'wnigW'otheri- -tHW b„ve hitherto
escaped notice.   It will so improve
.- .the means of communication and
so facilitate the transportation of
heavy  machinery   that access  to
. ' ,(heSS distant mines will become
easy and the difficulties standing in
the way of their successful development will disappear. The construction of this railway, therefore, is a
".. work in which the whole province
has a direct interest, and it ought to
receive every possible encouragement and aid from the provinoial
government. For it and for our
quirts mines we have nothing but'
,' "tlieliaatwishes.
". .' " I thought yon were a vtgelarian,
' and now I see vou eating mutton I"
' " YV»II„I am only an indirect vegetarian—I eat tho meat of such animals
onlv at lire un vegetable food.—
flft-t-tk^mM..-, -\ -'.
fine elatue of liberty is
ot er t,wo feet Ions.   But it. length i«
not So remarkkble, perhaps, aa the
•faot thai it Is one of the few New York
lhat haven't been painted red.-'
Titm..'.'. '•     '      '
"   A I
ffiielv
11 line Of
rstr.ii,
Hymnala jr
(Co.'« Ml!
7te
FOTTiTEL
A.  ean
rar.loire
SUM  OF  MONEYI  THE   LOSER
Iran lmvo the nam
 onr enklence of own
for Uru Advertisement
•y glvlni! satis-
nlp and paying
Apply at This Ortlcrv
.ZED. SMIT
CITY SCAVENGER.
CES8POOI_8 AND YARDS CLEANED,
nnd Chimneys swept.
 dnolntc	
TipsneicKS!
IOH  SALE-A   LARCIF. QUANTITY.
Appiy-o,, w; a T0WN8ENr)p
dnotml  _
FORSALE.
The Str. "Gladys"
lHIS HELL KNOW
er.nell found ana
iter, is offered for Kali
iriiorticulnrsa
RIVER HTEAM-
in perfect ninnlng
iir she now stnwK
0I>1 W. B. TOWNSEND.
N.B.—This would be a fine chance for
farmers to form a Joint stoek company
and buy a steamer for their trade.
dwnollml
F'
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON.
Mninifiir-tiiri'is and Importers ot
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,Tr
dw-Jly_lte
NOETH
BBM&MflMi
j ISIAICE !
Goa»ct-FA.iT"sr
notice.
T HAVE APPLIED TO THE MINISTEU-
' I ot the Interior for a license to eut tlm-
lieronthe following lands, embracing In
nll 1000 aeres:    j. . ;
S. W. H Section 11, Township li
V. K. fractional part Sec 11, Township 15
N. w. *' Section 12, Township 15.
S. rrneflomil jV_ Section 13, Township 15.
N.)' Section 18, Township 18.
All Bituated In New Westminster District,
B.O.
'H  WF8T.
Langley, lOlll Nov., 1880. '  dnolSlill
Capital, *8,0Q0,000-   losses
raid, t4$,ooo,ooo
I.i - ———
itotnMS-ibea *.«.«»•_»
Rates as Low at any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
13' Risks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T. R. PEAflSON,
doc-tc       i(I.IVi*_*[<!J!>.) AGENT.
mimmBm
fS-THAT-^W
VY^mill  I -■•
.Oi
$1.25 -OFTHE- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
ifUST I»S**ltl>-By
Just Received by G. F. Jt.,
200 HEATING ST0VES1
**'''-■■      Of EVfiltlr DESCRIPTION.     -,
otAua^iHrMsRiJi
Dry Goods
CLOTHING
 AND;	
GROCERIES
J
UST I'ECI'IVEl. IN DRY OOOlWi
AHEWSTOCK
In all shades and material of DRESS
GOODS, including Cashmeres, Merinos,
Silks, Satins, Black and Colored Velveteens and Plushes. COTTONS (bleached
and unblcehed). LININGS, BUT-'
TONS, HOLLANDS; ftc' -"Grey, White,
Scarlet and Checked FLANNELS. LADIES GLOVES, in Cotton, Wool, Silk
and Kid. Ladiea Merino and Lamb
Wool Vents. JERSEYS, ull prices.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish Lineu,
Brilliants, Ac, &c.
Men's Clothing!
For Quality, Style, Fit and Price,
can't be touched.
MEN'S FURNI8HIN8S
In every Line. Cotton, Merino and
Wool Underwear, Wliite Shirts, Cuffs,
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jackets, &.C. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cashmere, Lambs Wool and Knit SOCKS, in
great variety.
Also, HATS and CAPS, Ladles' and
Gents' RUBBER GOODS' ami UMBRELLAS. '"
'n House Furnishing Goods
Carpets. Rugs, Window Poles with'
Rings aod Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, Green and Striped), Damask and
Cretonnes, Sheetings, Towels, White
Counterpanes, Bleached and Unbleached
Table Linens, Napkins, Tickings. Blankets and Arctic-down -Quits, Table Cloths
and Covers.
IN GROCERIES
Everything found In a firat-clasa Establishment, and none but the best: Canned
Goods, Fruite, Meats and Veitetabln.    '
Id.n'l offer(heap tlood.. I dealbay
tkem «r keep Ikeni, bnt I .Her ytm Ike
keal and al Ik. I.wesl lirlrr lkrj> ean be
MM al, and .« let wkat we reynraenl,
dno23te
A.H.V.
axrcrnKStliir Vigor eur.a bal_aea_.
AXXiJCV PBalr Vigor mton. youta-
nd Unslueu and color to tried and my
Inlr. It attains thea. reaolt. by tbe atlm-
ulatlea of tbe hair met. and color gland..
It re.aven.tea ttie tt » T*D ""* *'*u*** "•
It radon, to tbe JX AJJ* tbat, either by
reaaon of as. or dlKa.es of tbe ecalp, bu
become dry, barab and brHtle, a pliancy and
glossy .liken aoflnosa of eitrcmo beauty.
Tliere 1. no dyo In Ayer's nalrTTTri An
and tbe good It doea l. by tbe » ->-Vvf**
It ImpuU to tb. fclllcle., .ad lb» clean-
lieu, and bealibfMnM. of the condition
In whicli lt maintain, the aclp.
A X Jr*** » Hair Vlgtt I. tbo beat enn
known for Bruhy Hnlr, Scald Head, Itcblnf
Humors, Tetter Sore., Torpid Folllalca, and
.11 other dlaeaaea of tbe scalp tbat coae
tb. tolling of the n a -rO and IU l-d-Of
Nothbrj cle.naea-ClAlXt'oftbenulBneo
ot ttssinl to perfaelly, «d so .IMnally
pment. Its return, aa Artn'e H«n Vnion.
In addition to tbo -curative .nd restorative
virtues peculiar to Ayer'a Hatr VTfttfYR
ltUa-oiletlniury. TbeJtalr » 4VV'~
la by far tbe cl«nll«at l-dr-drmlug mad..
It eanaea tha balr to grow thick aad loaf,
and beep. It always soft snd gloeay.
Ayer 8 Hair Vigor
Contain, nd d.leUrlou. Ingrcdlonta. Iu as.
pnvenU .11 aealp dlaea_e, aeenre. agalaat lb.
tmmmja tain °M**«. and-aurely cure. .11
raavAnsD nr'
Dr, J.C. Ajw * Cu, -_ow.il, Mnn.
SoldbynllDrn-lIitt.
r>_Au_R3__iO-E3.
JUST ARRIVED:
$15,000 STOCK
From the principal Houses of Germany,
France, Great Britain, the United
States and our great' Dominion.
500 LINES KEPT OH HAND.
CALL AND SEE MY  STOCK BE-
.FORK YQU PURCHASE.
Boots nnd Shoes, from 50c upwards.
Fell t Hnbbtir (ioods 6 Tnm-Tuins
of all kinds.
ladles' Is Gents' Slippers for Xmai-
the loveliest ever seen.
87 Lines of Indies', Misses' t Child,
ren's Boots.
WM. ROSS,
C-iURlal Httfll Black. C«lHMbla St.
.*'"■■  sf       d-wnoiatn'
Canadian Pacilic
RAILWAY.   J
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
Gitj of New Westminster 1
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
'   :'.   .—OF—    .
CITY RESERVES
i |   .   |'  ■   .—AKDt— .
GARDENS.
A PUBLIC AUCTION WILL TAKE
place at the A-fflcultiri! Hull.
in the City of New Westminster, on
Saturday, 27th Nov., 1886,
At 8 o'cloek in the evening, when the
following lots will he submitter! to pub-
rllo, competition, In aocordanoe with
"Land Sale By-Law, 1884," and amendments thereto, viz.:
GOVERNMENT OFFICE OAKDENS.
I  Block A-    In  I,-
Lots No.. H nnd 4.
IMS Nos. 13 to 20, inoluaive.
V_CTi_-HIA GARDENS-Blo-k B.
Lots Noa. 3 to 0, inclusive.
Lots N«s. 8 to 18,     iWJrj
Lots Nos. 18, ID, 20, SO, 1*5*36.
ST, PATRICK'S SQUARE- Blook D.
Lot. Nos, i to H, inclusive'.
Lots Noa. 10 to 30,   "
ALICE GARDEStS-Blook K.
Lota Nos. 0, 8, 9 and 10.
OLINTON PLAOE KEBERVE-Block V
Lota Nos. 1 to 4, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 8,9, lift 12.
Lots Nos. 14 to 3), inclusive.
Lota Nos. »,1 to 3D,      "
ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE-Block H.
Lots Noa, 14 to 20, inclusive.   .
Lots Noh. 23 to 32,   "
Lots Nos, 34 to 44,   •!
BT. ANDREW'S SQUARE-Block K.
Lots Nos. 16 to 18, inclusive.
Lota No.. 24 to 28,      "
Lota Noa. 33 to 40,       "
SAILOR'S HOME—Block L,
Lota Nos. 1*2.
MERCHANTS' SQUARE-Blook O.
LotNo. 0.
li-The l^tawe mostly 06 by 132 feet.
T»BMIHII',' per nenl. on the (all of the
liammerj 81)K per cent, in tlirec months:,
and the balance of the purchase money In
six months from date of sale.
Byorder,
A. J. ALPOBT, C. M. C.
C,ty0,}^^a.ter,9thN.r;,1*«ll.
anoftiil
Price, $1.25.
!■]
This Map has been produced .at
gre^t coat, and gives a vast amount
of information never before available respecting the most important
duiWictiB.rtie-Protln'te.f rt     :'
•Bie new Mip shows the latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line of
the d/P. R. and'extedsions.
B14YACQPY.
' .     4  .   VrV
■.UBI.ISHEI) BY
RAND BROS,
Real
Estate, Insuranee
Financial Agents.
NEW WESTMINSTER, VANCOUVER
' , AHD VICTORIA: ,.,'■
l^Tlipsie, -JBfcayes were selected by Mr. E.
S.: Scoullar personally, and are from the'
-p^brated $0 of Copp Bros., HamiHon,
Ontario, whicli is a,guarantee that they
can't be beaten pin quality or cheapness.
Now as the Stove season is drawing to a
close, attd as ire'don't intend fo carry any
Heating Stoves over till next season, we
are offering these Stoves at PRICES NEV-
;i >bm iPEiARD m BEFORE M TfltS
XilTY. A:s the whole stock must^e
closed#ni#itlio\it delay, it will be to your
interest to iceme early and, secure BARGAINS.  [J   ■ , .I,,,.,,.:,..
' We alse carry the largest and best selected stock of Cooking Stoves, Ranges,
Tinware, Brass Goods, Iron Pipe and Tit-
tings in British Columbia, and our Goods
are offered a| prices that will defy competition. "
Tinsmithing, Plumbing and Steam and
Gas-Fitting done- by first-class Mechanics,
All Work guaranteed, ,
We keep a large assortment of GAS
FIXTURES and CHANDELIERS.
E. S. Scoullar * Co.,
vd»ntr;2iriI    '*- ■ Jy     Columbia St., New Weitminiter, B. C.
and
for ^aleat;
T. R. Pearson & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER ANO VANCOUVER,   j
■ apHte       -Es-
GUNS, RIFLES,
'.AMtoiTioir, .
Reload ing Tools,
FishingTackle,&c. , 'i
SPECIAL rtllCES FOR LARGE
.  QUANTITIES OF AMMUNITION.
. j .   ■ 'i_-. 111..1 • ■       i, -• r.
We are prepared to do an
klndi of Gun Work, and anything in the mechanical line,
All orders will be quickly and
satisfactorily attended to.
CttBM-K CHURCH t CIIU HBIA STB.
NKW   WUTMIN8TER.
Tsui S.wi Han rilore. dnii-to
Yorick^ Club
UWPBB A COMMliTEE OF MAN-
Ngemtmt *n (inmlrlllo Club Im* Ih'imi
orfft.nf7.otl inlbisOKy.
The Club ninets evety nllcniHlp TiH'mliiy
und promtBeit to he a completc i-uocc-hs.
(Ipiitlimcn wl8li.ni-. to Join nre ri'qvioHt-
dil to hnnd in tlieir names uk ko on uh possiblo eltbpi lo Mr.M. WOODH.Hoc; Mr.
A.B.aREF,K| or itr, OAKIOCH, lVes.{
from whom full imrtleularn can bo ob-
UlnnU. if-        ilnoMml
VTOTICE.
Tke Shiswi
anifftB Rail*
NOtlCK THiff A GENKItAI.
. .meting tt the mbwrlbors to the
jltal Btock ofthe OotiMMny will bo held
_ the «mee of Menn!n)Rvle & Pooley,
Langley Street, Viotoria, on Hatunlay
the 27th day of November next, at 12
o'olock noon.
By Order of the Provisional Dliectora of
tbe Company
M. LUMBY,
I Acting Secretary.
Dated 17th day of October, 18&.   '     "
Monumental
ALEX. HAMILTON
r      lORHi IT., m. COUUT HMIU,
IN PREPABBO  TO  FURNISH   Al.l.
kimi* i.f ■•».»!. atalW.rk.
Spwlaltius In Scottli (Iran Ito and Hal lon
Marble.
' Bough and Fin. Stono lor Bulldlntjs.
Aannt for Mrller.•raaaiinlalna.lrr
WW*. -.I, I    , ,ii
Designs seen at Dempster's Shoe Store.
P. O. Box 13_, New Westminster.   dno]7lc
HOUSE!
"W""L-C.  j "Bs-A.
HAS RECEIVED   A VERViFl^li  S*PPGK:OF
NEW MERCHANDISE!
-CONSlSfll.C'bl;-
Millinery, Dress Goods, Cottons, Sheetings, Tweeds, Flannels.
Ladies' and Children's Ulsters, Jackets
,,„ and Cloaks.
.' iri..
Thn Millinery ui the KnMt and litfjjM'*- Stock on tlm Mainland. No
new! to go to ViotMia.
DRESS GOODS in tho new nmturiala and »hade« for the season.
We call attention to the famous 8EA 8ERCE, whickwe
have at various pricest-37Jc, AQq,, (i^Jc, aud ISo.; caruiot be spoiled by
rain and even though soaked in sea water or boiled in soda, will still
retain tlm OIUGINAI. COLOR.
Tlie fcRNTB' DEPARTMENT,is fjf,\{ *tu)>**)ied with TleR, Brti-
COB, ShlrtB, 80Ck8, &C, >>ntl °*n<sv »,ul fashionable stook of
Men-BHat^c.      -^^.,-Rj^q
UwoeS.ito ,     ,vn IHE A TT A <M-U*** ■
.. ..ll -      .        . '0-'-)tu.-' v'-iii-.xu-...Lmu>—i
Executor's Notice!
In (he mm Or of thr l.Malr mtV, UlMblr,
ilerrnsril.
A hit PBIWON8 HAVING CLAIMS
A agalmt the Eitate of the late F. Kimble uru requestod to present the aame on
or before thn lSth dny of December next,
and all rperinnx Indebted to the Raid E«*
tnte are requented to wttlt, the salfie on or
before the mild date. ■ ■ -, _)
■     H. M. OOOPKK,
Bxectitor. -
Xc* We*Iiiilnntnr, Nov. 16,1M0.     dnlfim
^siTiiASwAra
BY A MAN WHO 18 COMPETENT TO
keep books, look after m store or other
mercantile biiMinew, collect. csnvAM, or
tuko ehurge of a butchering buBtnefm, or
wonld nnilertnkn nlmont any honorable
employment. Apply at Thin omne.
(IwnolMc      ■■•■
THR UNDERSIGNED HAS
$8000 WORTH OF STOCK
. -I---"  ■-  -'!'!'I- ......   .....,j   '     '
' '"' ' '•    -J—TO M-.SQJ'.O-rrT-.,,..,,,    , ' -'
At Cost and Below!
I'OR THE NEXT NINETY DAYS
Gam Boots, $6.50. sold for «5.00.
Kijually low priced on All other Rubber fioode.   TlirtW Goodn (Ire sll Atneiioan
iiiamifacturc.
Men's Boots, 94.50, sell for $3.50.
Ladies' French Klfls, §0, sell for $4.50
Ike* Hoods mutt lw ilisposeil of during lhe next 3 months.' * II yoi want any-
thing In iny Hne callwitlf knd get yonr ohoioei and yoj^U,miu by to Mag. I'.'U
A.siaiortnaeat BiaelEiiki-i pt-ioTrwa.
JAS.  ROUSSEAU.
"> Provincialsmubtart*Orritru,
«UNo».tn-«r,_-_e.
WHEREAS THE LIEUTENANT-OO-
vernor In Counoil  Is empowered,
under the) "Pntille'fSSffibls A'eiB"ie85,"to
trie's; It Is hereby notlllQil .that His Honour lias been pleased to create th'e tract of
land en-losetf wubln tlieuudermcntloned
boundaries a School District, under tbe
title ot tho "Round fralrle sehool Dis-
trioLyis.l-J-All1)r^»hBlllS',SI,*l, ond
»,04ojyoosblvUlono(3roleDHt»lrt.
lumeheen School District";beaitflrod antl
redefined m followm-All of Townnhlpsl
and?, OHoyoos Dl vlilon of Yale UUtrlct.
- AIho, that His Hononr ban beou pleased
fo direct that the nnme of the"Qranvlllc
Sohool Dletrlbt" be ohanged to "Vancouver School District," and that In bounda-
rU'n be ottered and redefined ni followu:—
The name an thoue defined ou the official
map of the City of VancoHYer.
i'' '  > jByCommand,■■•:<•}<■•:•■     uu
t,   JNO. R0B80N,   ,  .
dnoWwa'1, -        "Pittvlnclal Secretary.
FOR OA.il
dlirtWro-'l
THR IR8IANTANBMI8
INK & STAIN
£aAS-EBi
Will remove ail -' Ink'' or 'Fruit
Stains, Iron Rust, Grease or
Mould, ahd'leave the paper or
fabric perfectly uninjured.
TRY IT.   PRICE, 50c.
1. a'«TATU)HHV « PtlHTim M.
New Westminster.' \'iiiicouver & Victoria
       .        .tl^nOl'IC;.„
PA0IFIC
N8wWe8tiinsteU.O.
REID & CURRIE
MAIWFMiTUIr-IU UtrMTIMir
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Oarts,
Bog 0attA,
Dump Oarts,
Drays,        Stages,
AND EVKRyXHINO   IN   THE
VKHICLptmE ,,   .
We have a large stock of moat of
Use above article! on hand, alao * large
.took of Wagon and Carriage Material,
Wheel., Wood and*Hard»aroi  "
Be-wlrlng, FaltiUng A IrlBBlng
done at reasontWe prices. ' J1
BUCKSMITHINC
In all ita Branches. ....      .',{
: Estimates given on Ironwork, and
Contracts taken. Agricultural Implement, made and repaired, and all kinds
of Ironwork for Sa# Mills, Logging
Camp, and Fanners, kept in stock and
made to order.
Ilorse-Shoelnt. and fieneral
., Jobbing,
i We also kaep in stock to supply the
trade, Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Horse and Ox Shoes, Harrow.,
Iron and Stoel Harrow Teeth, Carriage
Bill-inns and Axles, aud a conpkt* atock
oi Carriage Hardware. ' r       .
Parties nquiring anytlilng In our lln.
will And by inspecting our stock that
they dont require to go to Victoria to
get what thn Want, for they cab get a
superior article at a reasonable price
hen.   . ,
We are also manufacturing and selling
the celebrated i
'.''Vionb iiTi_4£Cii£sM,
At reduoed priee.. It U the'1-Bt and
ohcspeirt Prw. In the market.  !  '
•W.'heWlot Hi. best workmen to be
had In the ooontry. .nd *, import neatly
allth. rtoekw.ns.fror**- '	
nprMeiWd.  Mhi fiom tke. country
pfomptlyatlendedto. ,,.,,
dwnetml REID « OURRII. THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
iiitiih Ci.Mt-A ttttmrm am nmtst Co.
At the Company's Steam Printing Es-1
tabllabment, Columbia HI.
Delivered In the City dally.. .S5o. per week
Mailed dally, one year .(10.00
Mailed dally, six months	
ailed dally, six month	
T.i-Udtinratt
MIU.
Truileftl _MwHlMMnaliu-Flnt insertion, 10 ots, per Hue solid nonpareil; eaeh
subsequent consecutive Insertion,2 ctH. per
line. Advertisement* not Inserted even-
day, loots, per line ench Insertion.
dsasaHB
12 por month: 2 Ins. JJ); V, col. t*.<0; V, ig.
tsHi; 1 col, lie. It Inserted for less tfiaM
mos. 10 per eent, will be added.
•■eelal Netlee. among reading matter,
20 ota. per line eaoh Insertion. Specials
calling attention to advertisements, 10eta.
per line.
Births, Marriages ami Heaths, tl for each
Insertion; Funeral Notices In connection
wllh deal hs, GO cts. each Insertion.
Aae-lm Hairs, when displayed,oharged
2IJ per cent, less thnn transient advts, If
solid, charged at regular transient rates,  i
„ /3oMMQli)(KLKni6*J.-liV«s-«a*ithor-
izetl to state that Mr. Donald OhWholm
is in tho field aa a candidate for the
seat in the House pf Commons rendered vacant by the death,of our
hite lamented represoittaMv*, Mr. Homer. \: dwoc25tc
EwEOTKn Coal Oil.,—Three, hundred cases coal oil which arrixed a
few daya ago from OU City, Pennsylvania, for a well-known firm in this
oily has not stood the required test,
and has been rejected by the customs
department. The oil proved to be
eight degraes below the Dominion
government standard.
Dollvoi
Miillr *
Mail
      .      arday M.ralag.
THE WEEKLY COLOWSIAN
■.»«■ every gatarday Jt.ralai.
MIM
...3.00
*,-8
wimw »o««tiii«o um.
l.fWwTtT^wlGKsfild nonpareil; srib*
i sequent Insertions, S ots. per line.
j    Standing AdTer.l_eaerat-.-Por 1 Inch
.UOper month: Jj Ins. I-perm.; ains.
'■■w l**or'uiuiwui; * inn. tr*
■ perm.; 1 col.$l2.?fi pern
less than 3 mos. 10 pcttr
fn lh«HA fnf_-.fi.
to these rates.
Special notices among reading matter,
eu* per line eaeh Insertion,
Inserted In either (.sue for less than Si.
ga-U-g gritiah flotombinn
-+-+-+. i---
Tact-toy Evening- November n, l*w»
ona\mm&m,mSt)si
s at J. Kllard & Co.'a.    nolO
.Ovor-
nolOlw,;
id cargo is said
160,000.
rga good nayHW
ply   at  Woods,
A choir
J coats
(The Barnard Castle a
toli_,Yebe*jniMti|«_!if
For Safe—HoteT- iloihi
business;  oheap.      Apply   at
j, Turner * Gamble. jyMto
. • ■ Th* triftlu aVriving ntWinnipes from
the south were delayed twelve hours
] on Thunday by snow.
Just in  time  for sendingEast, p
splendid lot of Prang's prize Xmasj
I Cards at J. Kllard & Co.'s.   nol91w
The police have a suit of clothes in.
'■■ their poaaeesion whioh is believed te
i have been stolen, and a*e. looking for
,  trie'owhbif.'1"   :'-     *;i',,; r.
j      Cant. Irving reports that a shaft for
the Yosemite will shortly arrive trom
| Philadelphia when she will he placed
i on the old route. -
j N. P. Stramberg, tuner and rogiila-
! ter of Piano* and Organs, will be in
I New Westminster Kov. 23rd, to re-
i main a few weeks. dno22te
1 new houw look over the latest architec-
JMmi
tural designs at Mr. Hitt'a office, McKen-
' de at., and combine economy with utility
, and beauty.                       il*v-nol3ti> ;
' Some.tliiiig ..thst. every one don't
I know-fiat the .Jul stock of Men's
J Clothing in New Westminster is at 0.
.' O. Major's: the best in material, style,
' pattern, fit, and price.       nolMlw
\ The C.  P. R.  telagtaph worked
" through from New Westminster to
I Montreal last night for the Unt time,
' !_-.  -._).!__.__-._.  t» mhb. n__» -sfriulr  «#    nnnlnn
!
In addition to our new stock of ,\.
foods w* have opened an invoice or
llagonals, West of England Broadcloths
Model Tailor.   Hxaanrr' WSL^Msn
ager.
Ouk FiSHBRliiH.—A despatch from
Ottawa, dated the 17th inst., says:
" Fisheries Superintendent Mowat hu
completed his survey of the black ood
fishing banks on the west ooast of Vancouver and Queen Charlotte islands.
The report will he ready in a few
days, whioh Will show that cod fishing
is not only .practicable, but that the
prospects are exceedingly bright. The
department hss received many inquiries regarding theae fisheries from parties in Newfoundland and Labrador,
who intend transporting their appliances if the report Is fat orable."
r\*w* W—i__s_-»'JZ-_-» J '   ■ •-.
.Tne V-proBU Mail. —:.We mentioned the other day thn,tj"iereafter no
mail would be mane up here for Vic-
'tor|aj'oti Saturday until Kirno new
airangomonts have been node. The
train1'froni tliis city does not connect
witli the mail steamer going out at Port
Moody, and the Saturday mail has hitherto been earned by stag* to Vancover
oil Sunday morning. As there is no
provision for this stage service, however, the mail must stop, and there
will be no mail made up here for Viotoria from 7 o'clock Friday night to 7
o'block Monday night. It is to be
hoped aonie way will ba found out of
tliis.
J_ncouhaciu«i Coal Nkws.—A few
days ago. we alluded to the opening of
a good' field of excellent conl in the
No, I Shaft (Esplanade) of the Vancouver Coal Company. Now we have
the Bkuiiito of, reporting that the East
Wellington Colliery, under the man-
ageraent of Mr. VW. 8. Chandler,
have run through tho fault and
struck a fine seam of coal 5'foet
thick; It is also reported that the
level running down the valley from
the No; 3 Shaft of Wellington collieries (Dunsmuir & Sons) has also opened
up n Splendid seam of superior coal.
Tliis is indeed encouraging, for it shows
that the seams of coal in this district
are practically inexhaustible. AU that
is' Wanted is a good Market and brisk
demand to make our coal industry assume muoh larger proportions.—-VniKii-
wo Free Press.
. ,-.i."—Z~^'rrr!—■
Dkath of Cau. _-iiBi.nia.--A private despatch received in this city to-
: day stated tliat Oapt. Sterling a well
known' pioneer or the provin'ce hsd
beeu found dead in his bed this morning. : The deoHisod whose death was
extremely sudden nnd unexpected
was one of the 'oldest and most
worthy of | the ' early, I settlers.
After his. arrival in tlie.provitio. ''lie
was engaged in mining at Cariboo, ahd
subsequently at Cassiar, and met
with very good success. Qf late
yean the Skidegate Oil Co , of Queen
Charlotte Islands, was organised
by him, and he ' was . also
interested in the Delta cannery at the
mouth uf the Frasor. Warm-hearted,
honorable, and enterprising, he was
one of the best representatives
of a class who arc gradually passing
away. His death wiU be learned with
regret by hi»,nnny old friends in this
dty..' -    ,:'•
ap2ltc
C«* Irving states tliat two fast
'steamers will M placed on the route
between Vancouver and Victoria. One
of them is coming from San Franoisco,
and th* other frum Glasgow, Scotland.
The San Francisco boat is to be ready
in a few months. a
We take pleasur. in recommending! ^
Hall'. Hair Kepswer to our readers. "if before M^W.!*!
restores gray hair te its youthful color,
prevents baldness, makes the hair soft
-te__mk^M^'mm, and
is altogether the heat known remedy for
all hair aiid scalp dlsusM.  lihcM
The legid ««ht ba.w«-u_the Postal
Telegraph and the Nc
Northern Paoific
Railway has ended in victory for {ttjb
for the former. The courts have d*t
cided that the wires may be stretched
along the railway line. It is aaid the
whole line from this oity to San Fran-
Ayer's Sarsaparilla thoroughly cleanses
the blood, stimulate, tho vital functions,
and restore, the health and strength.
Noonewhos. Mood Is Impute'can feel
well. There is a weary, languid feeling,
and often a sense of discouragement and
despondency. Persons having this feeling should take1 Ayer's Sarsaparilla to
purify and vitalise tb. blood
"' The Winnipeg Sun has been interviewing Mr. Robt Kerr, general
freight aiid paaaenger agent of the
C.P.R., and obtains from liim the foi-
, lowing Tooflerful statement: "Tho
new branch of the O.P.R. from Vio-
■ toria te Now Westminster is now in
operation, and on the civic holiday the
other day, the Viotorians, to the number of 400, took advantage of a cheap
excumon to visit NewWestminster,
which is nine miles distant." There-
porter who | is responsible for this rot
should put his head in bran mash .for,
the winter.
Piano Tukino.— Mr, 0, W. Jordan, uf Goodwin & Jordan, Viotoria,
will visit New Westminster during
i tMMMnfci He oome* highly recom-
'HmtM. Orders for tuning or re
pairing may be left at Mr. Pearson's
store. .    .    dnol.ltc
Imwovsmisxts ik Navigation. —
An Ottawa despatch, dated the 18th,
aaya: " Mr. Andenou, engineer of
the department ot marine, has pre
Oue Boys.—Henry Porter, Ah Joy
Cum .Mee, butcher boys, were
irt this morning,
Bole, P. M., and
Oapt. Pittendrigh, J. P., with disorderly conduct on board the excunion
bail on Thursday last'Mr. Cochrane,
who appeared for the defendants, said
they acknowledged they wore guilty of
the charge, but pleaded in extenua-
tion that as the boys did , not get a
jhbUday tery often they, Were probably
ckrtiM away with art I exuberance of
their spirits on this occasion, and they
were very sorry .for what had occurred,
Coun. Lord, who waa present, addressed the court stating that as he
was one of those who hsd been instrumental in bringing this aotion, and ss
the case would form a precedent, he
objected te it being passed over lightly. II boys went on suoh occasions
and got, drunk and behaved. them-
sel?**-. the discomfort and danger of
othen they should sutler the consequences. Mr. Bole in reply said the
ol court were in sympathy with what
"fM*. Lord had said, but as a matter of
faot tho railway'had neglected to make.
by-laws dealing with such cases, nnd1
from his knowledge as a lawyer he be-
lieved it waa very doubtful if any.
thing oould be aoQomplished by push-
ing thi      "--'—-- » ~-- -■■—..
erect)
for an iron..bo»con to be
oil Enterprise reef, Pacifio
I coast. This is but part of a general
' system for improving navigation belt    tween the octan and the railway sys-
■WlWftlWff*-^ .T   ■
I    found lower than at any other office In
. .jc-wrtwi'fw»*'W w«.vi  ;.
ing thi. matter turtle-..' IV railway
superintendent hid; howsver, informed him thnt Ihe necessary by-law*
to prevent bad conduct un trains would
be provided for In the fatmre. The
court recognised its duly to stamp out
hootllumism, and their honors would
inflict the (lill penalty un anyone
brought up and convicted of disorderly conduct. The penally Is'a fine of
110,ami eaoh shot fired from n pistol
might be considered a separate offense.
Mr. Moresby called tho attention of
the court to conduct of which: hoodlums had boen guilty at .the theatre
and other publio gathering*, and the
court suggested te Conn. Lord ihat
the attontion ofthe council bo drawn
to the necessity Of specials btlpg appointed to assist the polico to keep
order. Tlie defendants were each finod
tl for costs. itmflKt
m-mmf
PasMnwrg Per CP.R.
■ "'***w
By Telegraph,     ^>
Biavni, B.O.,Nov. 2Jl.-Tlio following pasNn«eH M*wd tliis place on
the Paollo t-tpNM*-,te-day, and are
due at New Westiuinstat' Mfd Port
Wfoody to-morrow: ,1. Huckwell, J.
Parknisii, wf and sister, W. Whale, J,
Rhynss, J. Stephens and wife, ,1. Al-
liott, 0. Heriot, A. W. Harris, wf and
mother, O. fl. Orifftn.
Personal.
Mr. M. Pickenof the Vancouver
Herald is visiting friends in the city.
The following arrived on lo-day's
train: P. MoEwen, Quebec; Mrs.
S.ickney and three children, D. W.
Laren, Montreal; F. 0. McCartney,
D. W. Higginson, city; Mn. Hennessy, city.
Mr. P. McEwen, of Quebec; arrived
to-day from Banff, where he says
about *0 people are sojourning at
present. Banff is a fine place, but it
Is generally admitted te be far inferior
to the Harrison springs in every re
spect.
Relumed from the Bast.
Mr. D. W. Higgins, M. P. P., Idte
of the Colonist, returned yestorday
from a live weeks trip to eastern Can
nda and remained here last night, proceeding to Victoria to-dny by ifay of
the Inlet Being naked while here
what the impressions of his visit were
ho spoke in a most encouraging mannor of the prospects of the Dominion
consequent upon the development of
the numerous lines of railway. built
nnd acquired by the C. P. R. throughout the provinces. AU the Ontario
cities' ana towns are growing rapidly.
Toronto is progressing by leaps and
bounds, and Montreal is not a stop
behind her. upper provinoial rival in
the race for greatness. Winnipeg he
speaks of as a city with a great future.
It is so situated geographically that
no railway can afford to ignore it, and
it muat always be the chief market
for the products of the Northwest.
Business generally is ssid te be in a
prosperous condition. The people of
eastern Canada he describes as the
most hospitable on earth. They al-,
most kill visitors with kindness. In
regard to the 0. P. R, he says the
road has not been blocked with; snow
as yet, and there is reason to believe
that, owing to the system of. snow
sheds and recently invented appliance, it will be open all winter. The
food: furnished in the dining cars is
excellent. The Field, n new notel at
the western end of Kicking Horse
Pass, is one of the finest in Canada,
and will be a great place of resort for
summer tourists. The Glacier, another
hotel at the summit of Roger's Paas,
will equal The Field in all respects when finished. The railway
company is highly extolled by Mr.
Higgins for the excellence af its arrangements, the smoothness of the
rosd, and the regularity and nerfeot
security with which the tripsaro msde.
He adds that he hopes all freight
grievances will soon be removed, and
that local as well as through rates will
be revised and improved. Concerning
our lumber, he ssys we hsve a splendid market, aa they will use no other
where it can be obtained at reasonable
rates. Bot about the salmon, he repeats the warning given by Mayor
Fell, that the exhausted fish whioh
hsve been sant east have spoiled our
market. .  ■     '.    ■'
0. E. Comstock, Csledonia, Minn,,
'writes; " I waa suffering from the most
excruciating pains from Inflammatory
rheumatism. One application of Dr.
Thomas' Electric Oil afforded almost itt-
stent relief, and two bottles .effected a
permanent cure.        -   -
Oity Council.
The regular'weekly meeting of the
city council was held laat evening.
Present, his wonhip Mayor Dickinson,
in the chair, and Couns. Bonson, Rose,
Lord and Calbick.
COMMUNICATIONS
From Corbould & McColl re H. V.
Edmonds, aa follows: If the building
referred to waa pulled down in the
usual course to prevent the lire from
spreading the council is in nn way
liable for the damage sustained by the
loss of .the building or from the burnt
remains being allowed to continue on
the property, which the owner muat
remove in the same way as if the
building in question had been destroyed by fire. Resolved that a copy be
forwarded to Mr. Edmonds.
From residents of 8t. Patrick's st.,
asking for a sidewalk along a street between Royal Avenue and Montreal
street. Received and laid over till
next meeting,
From residents of Queen's avenue
applying for four gas lamps between
Mary and St. Andrew's streets. On
motion of Coun. Ross the petition wus
granted.
Bills nud accounts were received and
disposed of ea follows: J. Jensen, (130,
ordered paid; New Westminster (Ins
Company, (262; referred to the finance
committee.
A by-law waa introduced by Couu.
Calbick to regulate the election of
mayor and cnuncUlon for tho year
1887.
j On motion of Coun. Bonson tlie sum
of $15 was toted to tlto contractors for
the construction of tile ferry slip to
secure the extra bolts not mentioned
in the specification.
Coun. Lord said tho occupation of
the former lamp-lighter was gone and
moved that he be employed te take
care of the council chambers utn salary
of tlO per month.
Council adjourned till Monday evening noxt. ^^^^^^^^^^
A MLAFIDATEb Phyhiuoiik may lie
built up aud fortified against disease by
tbat incomparable promatcr of dlge-lion
and fertiliser of the blood, Northrop A
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery antl Uys.
peptio Cure. It counteracts 'lil!ousue-*r,
and Kidney comp iiinta, overcomes bodily
ailments, special with the feebler, sex,
causes tb. bowels te act like clockwork,
and is a safagnanl ngaiust ina! nin nntl
rheumatism.
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Here is a fine bull by a writer in n
{imminent Irish iiowsunpui- nf thu
mine rulo strips: "Sn long as Ireland was silent under her nrrmg. England was deaf  tn  her cries.—Boston
Transcript.
 • ■__»*.... ——
The superiority of Mother Unites*
Worm Exterminator ii slion-n by its good
eflects on the children. I'lirchsse a not-
tle and give it a trial.
^egg^..-- -    ..
—OJ*-—
Hew Westminster District,
GENTMUMIi-N-—Af * wccfwuor to your
Inte repwipntHllve In Hip Oimmoim will
soon hnvo to be elected, I hereby announce myHelf a i-amlldiite for the position,
I purpose publiflhlntf an a-_.drf.t-f. In
which I will five my views on the most
Important questions affectim* your Interests, and will visit the dlflercnt settlements and address the electm** before
election day.
In Politics, lam andtrlll beTHOKOUfiH-
1,V INDEPKNDENT.
Yours respectfully,
dwooHte T, J. TRAPi\
>Con» cauie intolerable pain. ' Hollo*
way'a Corn Cure removes tlie trouble.
Try it and gee what in amount of pain
is laved.
Surface Indications
"IVhat aniiiierwoutti verypronerly term
"surface Intlicatbns*> of wiijt IsVnestli,
are the Fliaples, sties, Hn Byes,
Bolls, and Cutaneous limp-tons with
which iicnjilo sm annoyed In sprluu; and
«irly sniiiiiii-r. Tbe elTeie matter sccumu,
liilcil iluilii,' the winter mouths, now
make* It* iMi'sence folt, through Nature's
endeavors; lo cx|j*l It from the system.
»Irlli) it remains, It is a pol«on that testers
in tlie lilooil jnn! mny develop Into Scrofula, This condition cuuscs derangement
of tbo digestive unit assimllatory organs,
wllh n ti"'linr of enervation, languor, and
BWluerts-titten lightly spokenof as "only
Klirmg fovcr." These sre evidences tbut
future Is not able, unaided, to throw olf
llic corrupt atoms which weaken the vital
forces. To regain health, Nature must bo
aided by a thorough blootl-irarlhhg mcil-
Icliiir; .-mil nmlilng tl.,. |. ,a .Jeetlvo as
r$
a,
This Afternoon's Despatches.
Press
New YortK, Uov. SB.-H.M,Hoxle,
general manager of Gould's Southwestern system, died this a.m. nt the
Broadway.
London, Nov. 23.—Princess Beatrice, wife of Princo Henry nf Batten-
burg and youngest daughter of Queen
Victoria, haa given . birth to a son.
Mother nnd son aro doing well.'* Lord
Randolph Churchill was minister in
attendance nt the accouchment.
St. Pf.tuk»bubh, Nov. 23.—Nome
Vreiniia, commenting upon rumors that
war between Germany and Russia is
impending, savs: "If thore is one
thing upun which Russia will rejoice
to exhaust her last blood it is to uphold her independence against the
Germans."
ViuNNi, Nov. 23. -The government
lias issued un order prohibiting the
playing of poker.
Paris, Nov. 23.—The municipal
conncil is considering Lab-die's sohemo
to convert the Seine into a canal in
order to make Paris a seaport. The
work is to cost $2,000,000.
Halifax, N.S., Nov. 23.—Lieut
Peach, who 1ms been uu an expedition
to Greenland for the purpose of satisfying himsolf as to the feasibility of
travelling across that country, and thus
opening a new route for Arctic explorers, arrived here yesterday on his
way to his homo in the U.S. Landing
at tho Danish settlement on the west
coaat of Greenland, he journeyed east-
Ward for 100 miles over unbroken
fields of snow, and afterwsrds returned
to Ids starting place. This was his
prinoipal journey, and he wns accompanied by Danish officials. Ho made
seveml short journeys alone. His observations and experience satisfied him
that Greenland could be crossed from
west to east by future expeditions to
the North Pole. On his hundred mile
trip he tnd his companion had to travel
on snow shoes and drag tho sleds containing their provisions, Uie snow
being too soft for dogs. They experienced uo hardships, and returned to
trie const in good condition.' On reaching a hundred miles inland the elevation above tho sen was found to be
7,600 feet.
Paris, Nov. 33.—Tho Pelit joiinia'
dwells strongly nn the alliance between Russia nnd France. Against
suoh an alliance, says the Jfefil Journal, England would ke impotent and
Germany would be afraid.
BflsroN, Nov. 23.—This morning
A. M. Reed, treasurer of the South
Boston Horse Railway Co., wss arrested, oharged with eobeuling 1100,000
in cash and 1000,000 in over-iasue of
stock uf the oompany. It is charged
thst this einbeo-ement hss been going
on for the (Aet. five or six years. Read
has been treasurer of the company for
ten years, snd hss always been trusted
with ell th* funds. He refuses to say
anything in regard to the. accusation.
London, Nov. 23.- The British
resident et Aden, in behalf of Ihe
the Bombay government, hu annexed the important island of So-
cotra, in the Indian ocean, snd hoisted the British flag.
Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 23.--This
morning Judge Hutchinson bound
Old Man Wheeler over to the common
pleas court without bail for the murder of his wife. Wheeloris 81 years
old nod his wife wss 87. Thoy had
lived here half a century, and oaob
was worth r*200,000. Mrs. Wheeler
wna strangled tu duth on the night
of the 13th inst., tnd Wheeler claims
that two robbera were tho murderers.
Constantinople, No?. 23.— Gen.
Kaulbars will remain here a week.
whieh In sflffldcntly powerful to expel
from the system even tho taint of Jlered-
ltarjf Scrofula.
The medical profession lntlors* Ayer's
8AR_APARiu.A,eud rasny ttteetattous of
the cures eB-eted by It com* from ill parts
of the world. It Is, ln tho language of
the Hon. Francis Jewctt, ex-ejfi-e'Sei*.
ator of Massarlrasetts and ex-Mayor of
Lowell, "tlio only preparation that docs
real, lasting gootl."
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intinlcations of Mils IxHlgc are
hotd on the flrnt MomUy In each
month. Sojourning brethren sre cortllm-
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fe23-tc Secretary.
British Colnmbia Milling ana
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__an been levied npon the members of the
nbove Company, pnynbte at tbe Com-
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The stook on which the above assets
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December uext, ahull from and utter that
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By order of the 3>Irectori.
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Sofia,  Nov.   22.—Karaveloff nnd
Zankofl'will aooti leave Sofia.   Tbey
haveahMy obtainttl  Roesuin piM-
ports.'
Albany,  N.   Y.,  Nov.   22.—The
ft/irf* be^bia *hs «nuJt« of ex-Prrji-
•Jent Arthur reached Alhauy at 1 :'J2
o'clock thia aftcrnotm. Owhii- to the
fact thut thero was no publio nn-
mimicepient of  ita tuvival, nn crowd
.:. ^jiiherea at ihe ittti.iji.   The remains ;
were at mice taken to the, iuml cemetery, where  they were followed by
the  common  council  in' a body, the
Grant club, and other delegation-..
Vienna, Nov.   22.—All    Russian
steamers on the  Danube   hnve beon
ordered to proceed to OdeBtci.
" "Pk&II, Nov.' C2.—The budget coni-
... mission o* tb* Austrian delegation, in
making ita roport of fiueign estiuiatui,
alludes to whnt it calls the " universal
disapproval of Cen. Kaulbars' arbitrary interference, compared with the
wise and moderate attitude of the Bul-
farians.-"   Referring to speeches made
y the Emperor' Francis Joseph and
—Count Kslnnky on   Austrian  foreign
relations, the commission declares that
' Auatriaus ale evel'  ready  to mako
ij^n%» honofof ttlf^nojfe
* haa  to '*e defended, hat are
grateflil tliat they enjoy the blessings
of peace."
The Hungarian budget commission
has  adopted   the proposed credit for
the occupation of Hungary nnd   Merit.igo v. nin.
Lisbon, Nov. 22.—Officials have de*
2 ^laro-Jsthjii certain district* in tho Ar-
genttav ■T-fjtmbH'e are infected with
cholar*. Several poiuts in the country lion* the Hio Se Plata are suspected also of being infected.
Detroit, Mich., Nov. 22.—An
Krenintf Journal special from. Montague aays: Persons driving on the
beach yesterday discovered the wreck
of theschr. h. J. Conway, of Muske-
mouth of Lower creek,
fthetowo. The
, and the entire
i lost. :
Chicago, Nov, 22.—Specials from
Dakota points indicate that the second
bliizard of the season set in early to-
day. The storm is coming from the
northeast. Portland reports 12 inches
of snow, and drifting badly. Jamestown reports passenger trains on
tinae, bot freights abandoned at Grafton. 'thelnferrabnieterattOp. m. ww
but IC degrees above zero, and falling.
At Huron the wind was blowing 40
miles aa hour iind the thermometer
touchfe(T*2!f degrees' below zero, the
lowest point noted since the signal
otlice has been established there. Ab-
■,., erdeen reports tbat the Ellendale and
Ipswich trains are snowbound, and
the supply of coal in that region nearly exhausted. Signal *Officer"lJy6na
says the blizzard was general over
Montana, northern Dakota and northern Minnesota. At St. Paul the
weather has  been  mild, with light
-Kov. $8.—A Daily News
apAcialsays:   In  a colli-
hi  two  Illinois    Central
trains to-night four men were instantly  killed  and  one  fatally wounded.
One freight  train    an<_i cuboow- in
%hich were -rtferai  men, stopped at
SaTOy for a few minutes, and tho crew
" Med tftfend back a signal.   A wild
ftillowipg crushed  into  the ca-
4he occupantB.   F. M.
brakeman   on the   rear
■^-n into the wrecked en-
mst beyond recog-
gineetftfames Haohr was
d JflrPtJJy2'jru8b,8d to a
.    . «m ■ ^  *aB on
ihe throttle and his bMd a rod away.
Emtobia, Kan,, Nov.^K. —A most
unprovoked and fiendish murder was
committed in this city this evening, at
the residence of S. V.. Burdru»i
corner Market st. and Ninth avenue;
about 8 o'clock. It appears tbat L.
- r D., Collier, son of Rer; R, h. Collier.
of'Kansaa City, had been in the employ of A. T. and S. Fry as agent in
thia place. He employed one G. H.
Ynrborough to fill his nlace during a
temporary absence. Upon his return
he told Yarborough that he waa surprised to Hnd that he had neglected
ni% btuinesB. Ha, being under tha
nerf liquor, became  furiously
igry.iiKd sfruct' Collier, whereupon
Collier returned the blow, knocking
him dawn. Tlie parties then separated. Yarborough, declaring he would
shoot Collier, wont to a hotel, where
.0 -*» at» itlKw, Mid from there to, his
room at the residence of Mr. Murdrum.
Shortly after arriving at home a knock
was  heard at the dining  room  door.
2 Mr. Collier stepped to the door, and
fl^on # pen iii | it saw hia assailant, who
' iim din Hy raised a revolver and fired
upon Collier, the ball evidently taking
effect in or near the heart,.killing him
almost instantly.   Yarborough is now
■>■ »!-.     ,„	
AltfK, -N«.   22,-*-TUo  nnlivcH of
Ayirftuulu have masiacrad the captain
and seven ot  the crew of the French
man-of-war Pengewin.   The captain
ft\    and. his men hnd landed to obtain water {or the ship.
. .,, ...-.St.  Loui^ Nov. 22.—D. Coleman,
j i,      qf Topeka, has sued the Adams Ex-
' li' press Co. for $50,000 because thoir detectives  plnced  him  under arrest in
Topeka and searched his room while
■•-■"-h-* was sick with fever, on suspicion
that he was "Jim Cummings" tho express robber.
Berlin, Nov. 22.—Tho National
4**4 Su t*»p**cli front tb..-tluono
im tM opening ot the Reichstag, im-
portont declarations will be made with
reference to Germany's foreign.policy.
PriukBiittMUKdt wil return to Berlin.
tolPmM^^itin the debates.
felN Fba»:iww>, Nov. 28,*—Bal(lwin
Gardiner, a well-known stock broker
in thia oity, has left' foi1 parts unknown.   It  is stated that he had be-
 fed that he oould
of the demands
of his creditors. For some time past
he  has been dealing in rising stocks
\On<
Moat^jOf ha
creditors aro poor people, ,|nd hio ri*
ported defalcation ■ has c-siise-f much
jinef aiid'indi^Tiatton atoo^'thom;
G.mlmur It-it-, a family ainUa a iliui-oH'
member. His failure will probably
cause the failure of a number of smaller
brokers.
Customs officers of this city made a,
seiajrc ftfe-day of *35,000 w#&h of
opium iiiithe housod Chtis.*It.Bron-
son-fnt Ak-ucdii. It is sup]toacd tho
opium waa brought to thn oity fiom
China by the str. City of Sydney ani:
removed to the place where it was
seized.     - «»-
Cjftaredj, str. Oregon, for Astoria';
sailed, Bntish itt, Wellington, for Nanaimo; ship Two Brothers, for Seattle.
lt was supposed by some thftt the
SullhWRyim glovo eonttist would^
dwarf interest felt in the Burkc-Demjft .'
BeyfiJBhfr tthich took place to-night. \
If, however, public interest in 2 contests is to bo measured by results'* then
the BurttC-DempBey aflair Im'i proven
itself a much more interesting event,
than waa the great knock-out of Ryan'<
by Sullivan. Burke and DompseV,
wore both known to be good men, una,
evenly matched. Dempaey had the
reputation of being a hard bitter, while
at the same, time he went into the ring
with tho proBtige of beiug the winner
of thirty Bitfcles. Bui-k^on the-other
hand wua believed to li»v«_. largely
gained in "hitting" power and to have
had the' advantage of moro scientific
training, rand to bo in better lighting,
condition than his opponent. As early
as 4:30 this afternoon Larkin street in
front of the Pavillion was filled with
people, each determined to get into a
front place this time if they never did
again.. ^"When^ the doors were thrown
open it took the combined efforts of a
sq-uad of police end the door-keeper to
keep the crowd from rushing in without handing out their money and'
tickets. At 10:24 Burke forced his
way through tho crowd and jumpted,
through the ropes into the ring. He
was greeted with cheers. With difficulty came following him Jack Dempaey whose appemnoe caused applause
which' hstoa till bot-h- wero - quietly
seated. Sullivan stoutly Refused to
act aa referee. After mueh parieying
Wmnk CiockemivaB selected' -referee'
for Burke and Jack Halleman for
Dempsey. The seconds called time at
11:08, and both men promptly responded. After lighting 10 rounds without
any substantial advantage on eithor
side, time was called, and the two men
retired to their respective corners.
Burke took off hia gloves, while Domp-
soy remained seated. Burke cried out
that the match wob for 10 rounds, and.
as they had been fought tbe match.
ifas over. The audience cheefOd
Deinftsoy and yelled nt Burke. On
Capt. Douglass signifying his willingness to continue tlio fight, Burke again
donned the mittens. Finally the principals, seconds and, referees announced
that the license callod for 10 rounds
and that the referees were unable to
agree, therefore the match was called
a draw. Tlie fight is a draw. Both
men, who were seen immediately aftor
the fight, were apparently still fresh
and  none the worse for their efforts.
.R^DiyooD Citv, C:Jo.,.N.ov. 22.—
Donnis Dol&ncy, engineer for Timothy
Hopkins,' Mento Park, went Into a
pitt gas house to-day while it was filled
with gas. Ho lit a match to look at
the machinery. An explosion occurred
and Delaney was terribly burned. His
recovery is uncertain.
Pajiis, Nov. 22.—In the budget debate in the chamber of deputies to-dny
an amendment to abolish the offices of
under-seojeUry of state wu rejected
by a majority of only four.
Girard, Ks., Nov. 22.—A cyclontf
eleotrioal storm struck Girard nt 8:40
this fflomiftg, passed through the resit
dence portion of the town from southwest to north-enst. The path of tho
stionn wM only from SO-t-fi'ffi tw, wide.
All of tho lighter buildings wero demolished bat tho larger and more substantial buildings stood the shock without muoh damage. Total damage will
not exceed 48,000. A number*ff por:
Boii3.wtjre-ihjure.l. |    ' ?OOu     ■ i
Berlin, Nov. 22.—A census of Ger*;
many for the year 1885 shows an
increase in population of 411,125.
In the military nin just submitted to
tlie Bundesruth the government calls
for an addition to the army of 1 per
cent, of this increase.
_ lasun for
in ley spent
workhouse,
aolutely Pure.
This powder never viu-Ick. A tnarvcl of
purity, Htrenfftli und wholrsomoness. More
ecouomloal thnn tlu- unllutiry ltiuilN.aml
cunnot be sold in composition wltliilio
*uimtutie,of low text* shfirt. iwWKht.alum
or phosphate powder*.' Sold only in cans,
H«YAI.BAKlNCvPowni.it Co., 106 Willi 8t,(
Ve* York. , i-fcly
VrpW IS THE TIME JO HEND IN
j\ ' your orders, if you want some of
tnoso nice fruit or ornamental trees,
shrub-., etc., fiom Ontario. Ah I return
about the nihil]Ic of June to settle up my
uflhlr* there hnd enmo out this full with
the stock for. my nursery hon., and will
select and orins- your orders right'along
with me for this full mid next. Spring's
planting,! will satisfy all hoth a.*, to quality of trees anti fruit, and I will tit* Nbttlctt
hore In tha busi no km ko you will know
where to Ami mo. 'AlPnotninunloat-lons
nfter the middlo of .runemny hn adui-essm
tomentHowmiinviHi>,OiU,,oi'to(:nrh!to!i
A Harris,' Port Hammond.
■'■ &.WIHKNRV)    '
iny22t« ' * I'ort Hammond P.O.
TiLtwtOHE Call No. 6.
P.O. Box 71
WM McCOLL
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries'& Provisions.
LtmBBOM'S BLOCK, Colnrablo SI.
'(.ir-rtri.*lc ■
HACK FOR HIRE.
,mUE UNIJEUSIOXEU has ralalill.ilicil
-Jts lilmiwinnllioCilvol N.w Wnslniln-
siei'witii o niis'i'-ur.Ass ,
COVERED 0ARRIA&E,
Wliich Is «pi* for EnKARemeulN at
^   very m-Mrrut-i 4'hsrfci.
Orders lef! at the Colonial Hotel or uent
by telephone, wilt be promptly attended
o day or night.  Stable next H. Elliott's
10S. OATES-
Telophone No. 80. mylte
The British Columbia
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes all Kinds or Help
Free of Charge.
QUE BUSINESS iBENCY.
DO YOU WANT TO BUY OH BEU- A
HukIiicsh, take n partner, eto,
PICKERWS & CO.
OFPICEi Vott 'MreetJ, bfttwMil Doutjlns
Mlfl Brdnjhtoli, VICTORIA, II. C. P.O
txntSH. mli-7
,bJ
'■Stanley, tho African ex*
ming to America in a few
days; It is a curious thiux that he
has latterly dovsloped i "
nsnee to lecturing in *
his native country,
this is interesting. Mr.
his early days in a Welsh
and he has no precise knowledge
to his pirentsge. Whenever he (roes
to Wales he is suro to encounter 20 or
30 old women who persist in claiming
him as a son or a nephew or some
other intimate relation. It beinjr
highly embarrassing and inconvenient
to have as many as 30 mothers, the
explorer U determined to keep out of
the way of those old ladies in future.
He tells the itnry himself with great
relish."
— -»■■*■ *—■*•?■*-*-——
Gi'iltv Oosso'ihsc'F. Makes Cow-,
ardiS.—■'•■Hoy, thero! You'vo got my'
umbrella. I've found it at last, bave
II" exclaimed a largo-sized man, in a
loud and menacing tufte, ns lie stoodin
a doorway on one uf' the principal
streets ono rainy morning recently.
while n numbur of pedestrians were
hurrying past. A dozen nion turned
nt once on hearing him, and camo toward him, holding out their umbrellas and making profuse apologies.
With thu air of an injured individual,
the large .nun selected a fine silk one
from among the number, nnd the procession moved on again. — Uhicttyol',
TrUmlie.
Told tlie truth.—4' H#o here, landlord," eaid an angry tenant after he
had signed the contract for a year,
" this houso is full of sower gun."
" Yes, that's what I told you." " Told,
me ?" " Yes; you asked ntt it there
war gns in.eysmntrifiwjl sfcld
ther«*ww.- n^^m^-U
Mr. Hheclian, of Oscoda, Mich., writes.
" f have used Dr. Thomas Electric Oil
en horses for different disease, and found
It be Ite just' as you reoutfOMndtd. It
has'done justice to me every Mine, and it
is the In-fit Oil for horse* I over used.''
Observe that the name " Or. Thomas
■Electric -Oil" ia on froutiof the wrapper,
Sthfrfirehftltstrffiwit.
Wood and Goal.
.BSCRIBEH. HAS OX HAND A
<iii-antitj*or  •
IEST WELUSftTOM LUMP GOAL
'  And an n&Hortment of
CORD WOOD,
Which he will soil nt lowest niton. Ite
will alio promptly attend to all kinds of
•rsjkSKZBg-ot.
OriieiH left' at Mr.-JlcColl'Kst'im-onColumhla street, or nt my hmis.>, Doudas
Btreet, will, meet with prompt attention.
,•«'■'•'.     :*' ,        HENHY Fi-UOTT.
Nrw Wi-stuilaslnr II! (*. JlylOtn
WHITE
IS KINO!
■^'ioT*J*EK*ft
Fish i Game Store!
WM. H. VIANEN
HAS ALWAYS ON   HANI) A OOOI)
supply of
Fresh ami Salt Water Fish.
O-A-M-B I-Cr SBABOW.
DEALER IN SKINS AND PRl/TRIES.
Purchases will bo delivered In any part
of the Oity free of charge.        d-Jly81yl
saga
^a^EOB.   iiHMK-ttftiHr.'.ttMi;
F
DRUGGISTSI
New Wostmlnstor. B. C.
 ;' mhlOto;     hiwiJ .^_
IMPERIAt
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'r.
I Old Banxit St; itnd 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
IOR INSURING HOUSES & OTHER
_ Buililinge, Goods, Wares, Jferclum*'
ilise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harhor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vesaels; alao, Ships build*
ine and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Gooda on hoard auch Vessels, throughout:
Great Britain aad Ireland and iri Foreign
Countries, ...
FROM LOBS OR BlHAfiE BT FIKB.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1.600,000 8TGL
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W.J. ARMSTRONG,
'Agent for New Westminster.
NOTICIEMB HEltEBY OIVBtJ, that 80 j
dnys after dotejwe Intend maklnk
iiii|illcatiuii to the Chief CommlnHioner
of Landk-und Works for a lease for tlm*.
berlng purposes, of the fnll owl nadcncrl bed
lands: ."'.,'■        ' , I
Tiv/CctNo. l.-Comtn'eii-e'lng'nt a post id
chains oawt from A. J. Cotterl-x nontheast
cornerHtato (Elk Uny, Johnston Btralts),
thonee south,-10 chnins: west, W chains:
north, 40 ehulns; west, 40 chnins; north,
iMolmius: wcst.W)chains; north,40chains;
enst, (0 chnins; north,30 ehulns; west,flu-
chiilusi north, 20 chnins; east, 20 chains:
north,20chains; enst, 20 chnins; north, 20
chains: cnBt.110 chains, thenco south to
shore line of Elk Bnyi thence Inn south;
westerly direction to W. :P. Snywurd's
claim; thence following- around said
claim to Suywnril'H southeast rtaki on
Elk Bny; tlicnco 'f.illowlnn shore line to
Cotterl's-northwest cwjhh- post; theuce
iiloni- Cotton's south' hnd east'boundary
to place of commencement; said tract
containing VM aeres, more or less.
Tract No. 2.—Coirimenclnij nt McNa*-
hernle, Norllicustcorner Nodnllus Chan*
ne), Thurlow Inland; thence North 20
chains, East 30 chain*, North 00 chnins,
Wesl, 40 i-liiilns, North 10 idinliH, West
-III fhuliiK, South 1-10 chnins, to McNa-
hurnle, North houndiu'y Hue; thenee
Enst along snid North boundnry to plnee
ofcmiimanccment; suld tract containing
800 ilvres, more or less, ,|;
Tn.vcT No..!.—(.'iiminenclnff at a post set;
nh«horoII)ieofThiirloWI«tand,Cmwfo.d
anoliariiBc, Curdero< channel; thence
South -1(1 ehulns, Kust" 20ehulns,South80
ehnins, East -10 ehains, North 80 chains,
East 40 chains, North 40 ehnins; thence
westerly to point of iionuncncemont, sntd
tmet containing 720 acres, more or Ions.
* ROYAT. CITY PfiANINfJ SKILLS CO.
r*   -    ' PerW., T.4G.
New WestmlnsteriB, C, ,i
,   l"ith Novemlirr, I Still. diiolSml
; What Phvsioixns Say About thi
STARR KIDNEY PA6i.
-PRACTICAL-
Watchmaker & Jew&Uer!
Hu just received for tho Holidays a fine
assortment ot f J old anil Silver
JEWELRY
OENTS'
Ladles BUe Swiss Gold Watches
trom $25 to tS6,
Ladles Size American Stest*
winding Gold Watches, at
132.50.
RHSKM8KR-\Ve do not Mil "filled"
Watnhes and Jewelry as solid gold.
Our good, are guaranteed just os represented, and, prices lower than any
other house in II. C.
.  "'': COtONUL BLOCK,"     -
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
deltle
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
VHanmtre fepllal *I,M*,H«
Full Gov'm't Deposit
H ead Office, Toronto, Canada
a homeIompany,
500,000 NOW IN USE
And bearing the Highest Ttotimo-
ninla fmm nil who use them.
The Cheapest ahd Best Machine-ill' the Market. ;   '
n.tiliio lltoln'-lmlore swing
"Oall anil ir-
elsewlinro. nt
Chas. J. Robson's
'*■  vtvitr STORE,
Opnsl leCVilnnlilnl Holirl. ilno_le
Thi:, • AfesK-dation merits the
confidence (he Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Security offered to imllay linl-lnn Is
iitifiurprmHt'tl hy any Onmimiiy timing luit-l*
liens in Cuauilu, . i
It baa uo HchemcH o( lnfitimure, mil lhe
well-csfiililIfiIic<I linen, lienen tlie ni.llcy
hnlderflcnnnntlia mfrloil ni to their eon-
Iraetn, ,   .
Its nmtcinontH to the public can bo read*
llyundentloo't.ltjieflHl. Htrttemcnt nhow-
luit evory Item of lii-'inm; imd how expen-
tled. 'IS        ■ ' '
Ha pm.lt kin laaiicerliillioit tinmmlly from
ii (letiillcil Ytilimtlon In whieh every Hem
of ll.-i-iHIylHliic-lmleil.
Hh pinuruNR Intu hcun iuiexuin|'l.-d in
the hlNtory of limurnneo In OnntulA.
. "Treatnient by Absorption hns for prime
time been recognized by Medical M- i to
lielhemoiil simple und efTootual m.uns
of conveying lo Diseased Oicatm, ^Curn-
live»," but In eawen of Kidney Disease and
Complninls attendant thereon, sneoessful,
treatment wiih praetleably impossible until lhe .Introduction .of the Htnrr KUIiley
Pad. It costs less than ftfllngloprescrlp*
tloir and Ih ImineoHlirflbly mora decilitre
ami effective than *n.jfiqttantitu<i/,ii\ternijl
Medicinal dotting. Worn Immediately over
the neat of Pisonse, Its curative properties
become abHorbed by thO-dlsenned and en*
teobledOrgans.continuously and directly,
nn required to insure In return their healthy action and orlginnl vigour. It Is comfortable to the patient and pleasant In Its'
effects, and cures when nothing elso cau.
The Starr Kidney pad ae-compushes positive, deceive result-}.. A more valuablo
discovery ns a true 'remedy for Kinney
Dlbeuaoa wafl nevet' made.—Medical Oaxetto
The Start Kidney' l*nd, mimiiftictured
In Toronto, Is a jici-manent sure cure for
dlsenscs, dlHoi-derfi and ailmehts-of the
Kidneyh, Illndder und urinary snnietlve
system, or utlundunl crfmplalnl-t*. causing
pain In the small of the back, Bides, etc.,
uro-lttclng urlna;y dUonlers-, such us ton
frequent, scanty, dlflleultf pal niul-or copious micturition. Inabt Hty of rotentlon and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc. denoting tho presence in the system
of dlseuses common to the urljiiary secretive organs—known ns.gravel, catarrh of
the bladder and pnnBagws, Bright's disease,
diabotes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Send for pamphlet to LANGLEY *
CO., Wholesale Affenta, Victoria. 'Retell*
ed by A. M. HERRING and U H.CURTIR
A CO., New Westminster; T. MfiNJEj
LEV, LndnerM Landing: II. McDOWKLL
ACa, HASTING8SAWMILLC0;,THE
VANCOUVER DRUG CO., Vancouver;
Vf. E, McCARTNEY A URO., Vancouver
and Komlobps; J. R LOVELL Yillq: W.
H.MEGAW. Pile«t Valley; H. CLARK A
CO., Kamloops,   . dwso_jflyl
TESTIMONIAL!
'  vmotmr,'sardJim«; 1886,
MllnGi ROBERTHON,
Vancouver;
.   Itcpi-PKoutlii-*:nnldli-d- McCulloch,
■    Galt,0lt*.
Bih.—Wc the unJerslgned having witnessed the terrible lire which wiped out of
existence the young city of Vancouver,
on the 1.1th inst., have, nfhr tho fire, examined Uie safes sold by you, some of
which were put to the most severe test,
having been surrounded by large quantities of lard and bacon, ami we art pleased
to testify to the remarkable manner In
wliich every Safe sold by you preserved
its contents, not only books ana papers,
but nlso thousand!, of dollars In paper
money woro taken out lu perfect condition. Wo can, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend them ns thoroughly fire proof:
L.A. Hamilton, for tho Canadian Paoifio
Railway Company; M. A. MacLean,
Mayor; John J. Hluke, HtlpendlaryMa-
«tstrate; Rloh'd, Alexander, Justice of
Ite Peace; John Roultbee, Police Magls-
tmte, City of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justice of the Pence; Isaao Johns, Ool.;
Edward E. Rand, Real Estate Broker;
.11 Jlatfour, Aldermiin; John Rankin,
Real Estate Broker) Pit her A Ednn,
Royal Hotel; H. F. Keefer, Contractor,
C. P. R,: J. W. MoFarlndd, Port Moody,
lo Vancouver and English Bay; F. O.
Innes*Co., Real Estate Brokers; A.W.
Ross, Real Estat.- Broker; Gravely «
Hnlnfcft, Real Estate Brokers; R.C. Ferguson, Mgr. R. O. P. Mills..        JeSOto
i
Its policies are Indisputable offer three
ears, nnd noiWorfultable ~"~ '
exlHtenee.
years, and noiWorfultable after two years-
Its profits nre distributed iijHtn an equitable basis. The profits to one class of
policy holders aro not lessened to give
larger profits to nuy other elass, which
method MfTords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution,
llbfml(uiiiililoHs a* to HcsMeHrera-a
Travel.
J. K. MacDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. H. PEARSON & CO.
Agents, Kew Westmluslei
JeT'Umn-ftlfernate.
Importer {ind Dealer in
Faiy Groceries
.—AN1V—
PROVISIONS.
Imported in quantity.
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
Oity to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
Dunne's Briok Blink,
NRW WE8TMIN8TRB, B. t).
mti4
BTEA'M'Ey*-1
"QtADYS"
UNTIL   KURTHER   NOTICE  WIU,
leave nn MONDAYS (or Chllllwhairk
and way places, returning on' Tuesdays.
I,eiwc_.on THURSDAYS for Hope and
way places, returning on Saturdays.
dwnollt-       OAPT. INSLEY, Master.
ALBION
JAMR8 FIBHKR, Proprietor.
MON IIM ENTS, HEAD STON ES, TOMBS,
TABLETS AND CROSSES, FURNITURE MARBLE, Ae.
■ Persons living nt n-dlHlance, by sending
a description of what'they wish, can' nave
designs, prices, etc., furnished on application. All work guaranteed equal to nny
On the Pacific Coast, and at reasonable
rates.  N,B,—No agents employed.
ni Sordos Street, Victoria, B. C.
OppJ St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
mhUto
JOHN3.00X,
Importer and Dealer In
**Wsqm&mM,L
PLTMOUTH ROOKS,
LASOlHAIfOS,
Wlilt. Croud BU.kPoIM.-l!,
(Ji.ln.« Fowl., R.u«Mlh.e;
While P.klta DKcka.
Pit d.ai.s. Ilaad.
tt_Lllinls unil Eggs supplied at low rate.,
and all stock guaranteed.
Uoy»l Avenue, Kust of DooglstiSI.
mliHtc
New Westminster, Cool Harbor
and Seattle fioule.
lACi   3"T
■tf. tt. TARTB, Ma.t»r,),.
WlLliirLEAVB SEATTLE BYEhY
Tkarsd v Bomlkg al J a'cMk, tot
Now Westminster and- Coal Harbor, via
Port Townsend and tiie Islunds; arrives nt
New Westminster on Friday, forenoon,
leaves for Coal Harbor ubout two houfi
afterwards; lenves COAL HARBOR M*
day *il«kt (or Seattle.
,i . Pat* to Ktatll. ...$IM
Vrttmt iwruw .,„.„ tM  ..
Speoial rates to merchants.        apUno
A Private College!;
 FOR——.
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
WILL BE OPENED AT
ROSS BAY, VICTORIA, B,C,
-rflll^-     ,
MONDAY, AUGUST 18. 1886.
THK.  BI.'ILDINU    HAS   16   LARGE
. Rooms and Is well furnished with
register grates, both rooms; Ac, Ao. .
Excellent opportanttle!. for all kind, of
healtlifulcx.rel.es, Including boating and
bathing. , . .
Pupils will be made most comfortable
and tlieir general welfare onrefully eon-
sldered.
it usmntn twt » im*mwtw»
will be maintained. _   .
Excellent facilities will be afforded tit,
Inslrui-lloii In Kaglkk, tMWNlsl,
tla-stal uml lodr.a Usiuit Hubjwiu,
will, li.iraaril.l Mk.lr.
Appllerdlon Form., Reference, and Mil
liiflirmallonfnrnlskwlby     _ -   -     ... r
BKT. c.'l7VLmt/S;% k-..,.
Nnw WM»IK|I»«.
June-, 1880, dwjlyfam
Re* Opening!
J. S. MANSON,
T.lte8B&(!
COLUMBIA STBEET,
■' '■   ■■ '•    ■■■  -ii-    ui ln-iUiuriT
*»W«rtmiiiitw'.R
—iMroitTimii ktm 'MttMUW w—
Musi
The Larjgt«tSttt«lt on tht Mr,
tend,  and second   to  in
House in British Co-
ltttnbfft.'
■^ostx Atsmm f»r-
orn«
HAH OPRSID A SnOP ON
McKENZIE    STRaE-t",
First Door to the Right from Columbia
Slreel, and will have always on hand'
a full assortment of
—-AgrtJ* for Rtrt-W-m—
mdimmmim
in ft
AND AT REASONABLE I'RII.'ES.
A PERFECT  FIT
i auaranleed In Ever}- Case,
doostc
#jwiir
■ONUMENT^
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN AP-
1 pointed agent In BrllUllCrlumblalOr
Uiese beautiful monuments. Full partlc-
i,lo7..t,pr,ce.™id^|!n(.jPiPl.e,.
At th. Fruit and Confectionery HUire, op.
noslleCiilnnlal Hotel, M.i. Wi.tiuln.ler,
TiiBbfinyidHflK
i 'J     01 Bown-unrllle, (
AnA_fMto{or.ll theIttdikf Ani.i
SPWIAlfORMB
HVuSffll rPnlT
On th. pr_m_M_,u netily-akJclic.
m at Off *Um MMlUk-Uat in
Provlnc.
—-tVSt-tlKi TOtt^—-
CMltdwaUon Lib Auuranee
North BriHtk mt MtrtMlU*
hnmmtCo.
8wrri»« Mcurn.,
| niH^MRWlll
iitu or mt,'.   '
CUSTOM M0I.8R VLANI
LUHIS. !■»•», N0K8,
ittMn.iwiir
Aid all kind, of Blank Book. Itnd Rl
Form, on tund.   '
--All th. Uadin-J-
iiiymiigM
NEWSPArEnS
-AND-	
PERW0HSA
KeguUrly received.  SnUciiptit—tts',
tot any Publication at ow«t rates.
t* W.-hnjort direct factn nun
toMSft—tStsAttribkfmilHueilMu' In
rrovlnot,
mtmrntiTkimtt,,
R«w  Wttttnlattw, B.

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