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MBIAN.
VOMritKi*
NEW  WESTMINSTER, ft C WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 12, 1887.
NUMBER 9
gailg glritislt Columbinn
wadaeMay ■•.■tat, Jamnn 11.
In h   i   i li     li  " i IIiiii
Con.idering that this is the 'first
season of operation, ihe trains of the
Canadian Paoifio have been run with
very great regularity' through the
mountain section. There have been
fewer delays than on most roads in
the snow belt, and the few detentions have been, insignificant when
uompared with those .that have occurred on the Northern P.oific.
After a season', experience we may
expect trains to be rushed through!
the everlasting hills with a regularity charaoteriitio of othor portions
• of "tire lirie.-^fi«r*«iios 3to»       ■[_]
lid,-.-~—r**v>;i ■■''.-■'
The introduction of soap, it is snid,
is doing much to civilize, the people
of the Holy Land, j A large soap
factory has been established on the
site of the anoient Sheohem, and the
people are beginning to use it on
their persons instead of trying to
eat it as they did.; at. first.. Along
with the introduction of soap other
reforms are going on. Bethlehem
has boen rebuilt, and the streets are
lighted with gus, Ueserua is having
a building boom. Nazareth is be-
coining, the headquarters of big olive-
oil speculators. Corner lots in
in Joppa are going up with a rush,
and real estate in Mount Oarnial is
largely held by speculators for. an
advance. - All aroand ' Sheohem
there is a lively demand for. good
soap fat, and the sleepy! inhabitants
of Rimoth Qiload think of building
a glue factory. Jerusalem is waking
up aim. It hai 'a street-oieaning
bureiu, big clocks on its public
buildings, und its suburbs are being
built up rapidly. Even in the Vale
of Oahenna the price of land hits gone
up. .The ladies of Jerusalem take
all the Parisian fashion journals and
know all about tlie latest style of
hairdressiiig."N. Y. Tribune.
During the fishery troubles of the
past season the Dominion cruisers
seised only two American vessels on
tlie score of attempt, to exercise
prohibited commercial privilege;
While forbeartnee was due in part
to the lack of statutory authority,
it gave rise, iu connection with some
other facts, tothe supposition that
the British Government would not
eountemnoe a course of aotion by
one of its colonies so contrary to the
national polioy of complete freedom
of trade. The Canadian Parliament, however, at the last session
passed a law to authorize the confiscation ojf. foreign vessels entering
Canadianiwtttrs "for any purpose
not permitted by treaty or convention," or, in other words (as the
Dominion government constructs
the convention of 1818), Of American vessels to buy bait or supplies.
Thii enactment has been reluctantly
approved b*,t th«-''$qyrMet gav-ttt.
ment, in order to, prevent.- «■ storm
in Canada, The upshot of it will be
seizures of American fishermen next
summer, not merely for infraction
of the Dominion customs' laws, hut
for getting within three miles of
land for arrj pju^osa except to obtain shelter, wood of water, or to
repair damages.—Bradstreet's.
A religious oensus of London, published by a weekly paper, presents
tome surprising figures thtt are
reasonably oorreot. These figures
were obtained by more than 4,000
enumerators standing at church
doors arid counting the people who
went in to service on a given -Sunday. Instead of proving a large
religious predominance, these indicate that tbt- great populathuy of
London not only does not give a
strung percentage of its number to
make up the congregations of
churches, but they,, fhuw the,. distressing MoVWfcVirlgveii eO'pnr
cent, of Ijond.inV inhabitants wished
to att''nd church more than 800,-
000 of them would bo unable to lii|d
«ou«. tn 1481. it was estimated
that to'a pnpuhliou nf 3,818,703
thoro were aoomniodatioiis for about
1,0.10,700. According to the latest
statihtijistliere are 1,107,580 tit-
tings, and of those only '187,040
wereoocupiel in the morniug and
480,006 in the tm4s*-g<, »6 'lO» day.
when ihe count Was made. These"
Hguiv« do not include the Greek
church (tor the hospitals, which
would swell the total to 479,781'
morning, and 490,1)61 evening
wor.shipors;- Supposing that half
those who went in the morning Uttended the evening services, then-
would be a total of 730,420, or less
than one-fiftji the whole, Mpnulation
of Loiido
A. Maytae, M.rcliant, W.rkworth,
writMi I hav. auM Man. heturmu. of
bottles of Dr. Thomas' EeUetrto Oil, and
it la projwsMKl liy tin publln Von. uf
th. I«at iivn|l«in<4 tbey havo over uwli"
tt ha. tleU4 wonder, la IumIUhj and m-
ll.vlng naia..|H)N throats. Ac, and is
worthy of th. greatnt eonllilouue.
D'
.WOLF SMITH, M.D.
OFFICE—Clarkson Street, opposite r»ar
entrance of Colonial Hotel.
OFFICE HOUItS-10 a. m. to Unooni S
to 6; and 6:30 to 8 p, m, dnolOta .
HI. MACLKAN, B.k., M.O.,O.H.
!."•
OFFICE: McKensle Htroet, next door to
Drill Shed.
RESIDENCE; Agnes Street, third Iiouse
from Hary Street,
Office hours: io to ui I to ai etso to 8.
d-dcUto	
H
K. OOOPBR, ft. A.,«. D„
'    PHYSICIAN A WJfRdSOM,
OFFICE and RESlDENCE-OhMon St.
(nezt door to Farmm'Home), B.ar
'   Columbia St., Saw wntnlturttr, B.0,
f il
s   try]
gSo^W.itiSW^n'l
r promptly attande« to. ; 7? feSe
,M. li.     , i>-    ta     ^1    ■.■-■)•
jy...
,It. P. WELSH.
DENTIST,
-, Colonial Hotel,
Now Wostmlnster, B. O. '    tipsato
poiitorLD a Macau,
BARRISTERS,
i   SOLICITORS, ETC
Offlce, Mcktn.lo Street, Ne* Westmlnsler,
and Vancouver, n. C. jysldwto
(IT   NORMAN DOI.B.
BAHHMTEK-AT-UAW.
Land Agent, Money to Loan.
Columbia fltnet,
seStc N«w Weatminator, B.O.
MAPT. PITTRrnrfUflH,
LAND  AQENT, AC., 10
MoKensle Street, N.W.
i     H. HOWSE,
A, Formerly Howse, Hill Jt Rlckman,
bail, to announce lhat he will re.ume bua-
tneaeas
rtarvrywr. Real K.lale Uraker aad
_::■    r.iiveyaiwrr
On and afk-r Ilie 2!*t Instant.  Offlee, Xew
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., I'ort Moody.
 seltltn      	
rn J. thapp,
AUOTJQSEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Street New Westminster
All pom missions will receive prompt
and cu&riiratleiillon. Ileal references
given wliun required. nilil2-tc
W. D.FERRIS,
LADD. BOUSE and flZMil AQENT
Item and Debt Collector.
SBVURAI. GOOD "ABMS FOE BALK.
..Ileal far Ike  T.AVKU.'* UPS mt
aoiukxt i.vaikt«tr. company,
lfarlr.nl. Can.
(JKFICEi-Perrls street, New Westmlnsler. Win
foiMJUHi
LAND SURVEYORS,
Bell  Estate, Insurance and
Commission Agents.
MMW:   : '■-
tie, UU, ACCIDENT ft WIINf IMIUDAMCI
COLUMBIA STREET,
Telephone W,. V. ,1 SStt. WUTaiMTU.
PHPT & CO.V
Real E|t|te, Mining
AND MINEV BROKERS,
' - ■• —Ainv-
General Commission Ag'ts
VrANOOUVER,>B.aj
*     LOANS NEGOTIATED.
s;■.. fwrie    '
BROfc.
MEAL KSTATE BltOKKRS,
0.nvv.jra..e«r., ^^l.elove*
V   A«d I«.,»~*A|re»t',
Offloe. at VICTORIA: Fort Slreet, -
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
McKensle nnd Clarkson sts.
VANOOUVER, Cordova Stroet.
BUILDING LOTS *..ale la all .action,
of Vancouver and "Sews Weatmlnater City.
FARM LANDS bf superior quality for
.ale at Chilliwhack, Port Hammond,
Lnngley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Buy.Lad-
ner's Landing-, Lulu.Jslund, North Arm
andll'IURiver, „{5(,„;-f.; '?>>«    I
Map. and Plans exhibited nnd th. fullest Information furul.beilti all.ouroflloe.
depot Hotel
COU/M.IA 8TRBW,
{Opposite O P R Depot
A First-Class Hotel
CMMttJMKMTE.
,i;.o;iiU.UUi.HJii, .   rrtwletor.
iIJaTiu
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WBABP STRKKT • VI'TOBU.
jLaanrrB iron
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. ror Mainland.
H. C. BEETON * OO.,
M Ftnstrary CIkub,
London, E. C.
PAVILION
Skating Rink
THIS WELL-KNOWN ROLLER RINK
wilt be open ok follows,
SATURDAYS, 3 fo 4 tn Iho afternoon,
and 7:80 to 10 In the ovening.
ArtmlMlon i Gentlemen 15c.; Ladles
freo,  we of skate*, jfic.
Per&onH wishing lo Kccuro Uio Kink for
seleet skntlng purtloa oiui do no on iinptl*
caiton. *
WINTEMUTE. CALBICK tt CO.
dnoliW,
THE CLARENCE
Corner YateiA Douglas Strerls,
VICTORIA, B. C.
nm e. nfCHAwps.sJi. ■ • ■ miu
TOURISTS' HEADQUARTERS: FIRST
Class In every rewpect   Fall]* say*
Blled with nil Conveniences •modeM
•teli.  New and Etegitnt In all ItsAp-
potntments.  rrlees Modcrnle,
ThlR mngnlfleenl Hole) ts now open for
the reception of Guest.".
mWiSo pains will tie Huunil by tho man-
ajremeni to make tills notel pleasant and
attractive. doo'to
Union Restaurant
COLUMBIA STRKET,   -
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
MEALS AT AU HOURS
IDAY OR NICIIIT).
Oysters In any Style;
Board bythe Day or Week.
Under ttie prespnl. muuiiiriurtent ovory-
llihiirwlll be found firsMiiss, nnd prlees
uro extremely low.
dnolm8 F. II, RAItKER, Prop.
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAMBS l-'lbUKK, Proprietor.
MOMIMENTH, HKAllKTllXK»,TOJlH«,
TAIILKTg AND CltlissKS, FUR-
XITURK MARBLE, Ae.
Persons living nl n dlsl.nee. by sending
a deccrlptlon of what ttiry wish, enn Imve
deslKiiv, prices, etc., fnrnlslied on npptlen-
tlon. All work KiiHmuteed eijunl to nny
on (lie Pnolflo OoiiHt, und nt rensonnblo
rntes.  N,B,—No agents employed.
Gordon Street, Victoria, B. C.
Opp, St. Andrew's Presbyteriuu Cliurcb
inlilStn
THOS. OVENS,
MANUF.VCTUltKIt OK
"I ""•••"&1*',|
All Kinds of Mael.inery, Patent Locks,
Sales, Sewing Machine., kc, kc,
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
III Jul. Its branch?*.  KuMnor*.', I^iui'in'
Mill huiI Contract W.irk; Agrlyulturul
Itnuluments, nml Dverythliiit In Hie
tjlueksmUh line mw lo order.
Hnving seenml flrst-itiisK workmen, we
feel nmndent of KtvhiBHiihMriU'i hm
uar ilorwj-utiofhiw' n siwutntly;
dw*JI>:me]    COI.UNII1A ST., New Wkst.
Wm. Ross
BOOTsSHOE
F^-I8LOIB.
: JUST AURrVKD:
$15,000 STOCK
Prom tho prinoipal Honse* of Germany,
Franoe  Groat Uritain, the Unitotl
HtRtes and our great Dominion.
500 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
OAl.L AND SKK MY   STOOK BR-
'_,      PORK YOU PURRHA8K.
ifl ll Md SkoeMrom.aOe upward..
Kelt * Blkker Goods k Yun-Tim
of .11 kind..
tadlM'* leils' Klliprn I r Xmw-
tliel'i.-eltttst ev.r inteii.
HI MnrKofUdliV. MlssiVJr Child.
I ren's BiioIh.
WM. ROSS,
r.lanl.1 llnlrl flerH. < mum:, a *'■
i ' drii>ll«i>
Monumental
ALEX. HAMILTON
LOXHI ST., OPP. COIWT HOUSE,
18 PREPARED   TO   FURNISH   ALI,
kinds ot M.aanralal W.A.
gpecleltles In Scotcli Oranlte and Italian
Marble.
Rough and Pin. Stone (or Duilding.,
Agent (or Hriltr*. •rawjenlal Plaster
Wwk.
Deigns B>.n at Dempster's Shoe Store,
P. 0. Dox IM, Now Westmtosier.   dnolTle
Look Herel
fl» VOIP 'V'ANT TO  MAKE  A NIt'U
XMAS OR NEW YEARS
To n friond or relative, go down to HTIH-
HKY'Hnnd limk nt nonw nf thnmr-extrn*
•rdliinr*' Imrgnlus In
i.:hiU's' and Gentientn'H Gold ivui
Silver Witti-hen,  Clmlnw,
Charms, elc./clr.
Or If yon went n urseful ornament for yonr
limine, extimlne those benutlfut tt-tlny
striking i locks, with entiled rut gongs.
He Is selling at BOTTOM PRICES.
Vine Wnteh Benalrlugm N|ieetnlf>, und
good workmanship guaranteed.
•apRcmombor tho   plnee—the  "Btue
Store."
dwauSyl        Coiumbin St,, New West,
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
UTilABLYI
ESTABLISHED  1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any ether
Reliable Oomp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
doe'te       ta C. 8. A P. Co.) AOK.NT.
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
Uenerai Merchandise!
A lnrge Assortment of
DRY QOODS
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
lEXay and Feed
WHOLKBALR AND RETAIL.
wotn i\h i on meuVkkkii to
\St IMHT W THR 411V.
We hm two ntui;esdiiltytexceplHunthiy><,
to fort Sltiotly, tmrrylng H.M.S, mails.
Ai no tl.iiiorortfibnrcolsusetl we can bjr
tetnporiite tutiilu nml enrfful economy
serve tin* puhllc at esppelnlly low rules.
dw«t«.KMo
#
GUNSMITHS.
GUNS, RIFLES,
—tm—
REVOLVMS
Of All DrserlsUoW
Mil Mi    ^H ^
POWDER AND SHOT
lAI.I. KINDS).
CARTaiOOiS, SHELLS am,
RELOADING TOOLS.
SPECIAL   PRICES   FOR   LARGE
QUANTITIES OP AMMUNITION.
ear AM Hall »rJrr« will h. seal,:».».
ttt.trtfie-imitiII. d.all hlad.»t Ann
Watkaad aiiyiiilu. In Ihe Meehniilral
Une. All rturkaiiiriialr^.1. ««... muir.-
Kle nr Iim> nli.'., i.lliu) I. let liy Ihe iky ,r
week. .lis.,. Rear* fer hire, tf-
I'tlKXK t (111 KriJT('OI,|!MBIA rjl'S.
NSW   WHSTMINSTER.
file te., Iii,.   l.r.'i iln.i'JIe
CHARLES MURRftYjcoME and seei     fob sale.
f'l.AKKSDN STREET.
UPP. Ki'jlMr) UHii; Xrw Wril'r.
Eomii Sira ud Onumenial hislinj,
MNI UW\H0, 01AZIH0, KALSOMIMINO, t,.
WALL PAPER.
Tlm Ingest iisMiriiiieiit of Wull 1'uucr
Iri tlie city, tomprlsini newest patterns,
always ml hulld ut Uitom prlee.. Kam-
Slea mi view, at T. It. Peiiinoii * Oo.'a
tore, Columbia SI.   Paper hanilna nt
sptolnllv low rntes. dilelato
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANllr-AOTDHERS AND DnALEli* IW
AI.I, KINDS OK FUHNITtlBB.
REMOVED
»»"To sliop lately oeeupled liy Mr. IWrey,
.Columblastreet,
fall and examine our stm-k and prlees
before buying.   Werun'l lii'fXUKIHfUl.n
In tlie eity.   Repuliluij.ifall kinds neatly
done. W. PMGTHKill) A CO.
sellltc
I'. PKKBLKS.
J. W. IIECKLEY
Peebles s Heckley
j.NHAK MEKCHANTS' SftUAItK)
FURNITUfiE
MANUFACTURERS,
—AMD—,
UPHOLSTERERS,
Klirlne und H'nol NatlriUN ud
lletlilltiK always oa hand.
llAVi: liy IIANtl THE
l,tltl:HBT ,(.%'» IICHT 8T.IIK Of III
mtiii.:o> rnn HAisii..tsin.
Ilanlware Hrilrnaut Unites, In Ash,
<birr), Walnut,ar Hahnrany.
)Mlmnt»i> for oilice and Sbire Fittings.
An experienced upbolsterer lias been
onifaiietl by the firm, wbo are now pre-
piiR'il loilonll kinds of .'Work In the up-
liolslery lliie. iljlyjlc
Gas Fitting!
Tho Gas Compauy
respectfully inform
the Public that they
are prepared to do
Gas Fitting at lowest
possible rates consistent with good workmanship.
A supply of FIXTURES, GLOBES,
nto., now on hand.
|^ Orders may tie left at
the Company's Office, Holbrook Stone Building, or at
RAND BROS.
J. L. STAMFORD,
d-Jlylfito MANAOER.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
80(lnj*B afterdate we Intom! nmkliiR
ti)i|)11catlon lo the Cliief Commluloner of
Ijundsanii Works for a Icnno for timber*
l»K purpttKcs of ihe following dencrllit'd
laiulB In Const Dlstrlet:
(1.) Cwiniiioin'liiK nt a stnko set at the
hciut »f Hldney Buy nn West tdiore of
touKllbornuxh Inlet; tlienee Went HI)
ehnhiH, Houth 1(H) cIihIiih, Kant to Northerly shore line of Denver Creek; theuce
Easterly follnwiiiB slioro lines of Beaver
Creek and Sidney Hay to point of commencement, exclusive of the Indian Be*
sorve eontiuiifd therein; aaid desoribed
trout containing about one thousnnd
aeros.
(8.) Commencing nt the North West, eor-
nerof the claim already applied for bv
us nnd described ai Tract Xo.2 In an nd-
vertlsoment Inseried by us In tho*'Urlllsh
Columbiattaxctto," ilaii'.l Nnvcmbor 151 h,
A. n. 18*1; thence Weft' 41 chnins, North
Wchntns, East -10 cIiiiIuh, North to shore
lino of nsmall lake; ih.Mn*e nlnngHouth
shore line thereof, ijnsterly to tho North
East end thereof, thenne Kust til chains,
Houth lo shore line of Hemming Buy Lake;
thenee Bnuthwestcrlv nlnnit lake to a
point due Houth of where the last South
course as n'orcaatd Intern-els snhl lnko;
thenoe Houth 10 chains. West tOeliahw,
more or loss, to tlie Norlh East cornorof
lease applied for November 1'iHi, A. D.
IBM, us aforesaid.
New Westminster, B. C, Dee.'.% 1880.
IIOYAIi CITY PLANING MILUS CO.
[ Llm Itetil
d*de2m.l     .Toils-If rm>ry, Mniiuger.
wonoa'
NOTICE IR HERKBY GIVEN THAT
I am duly unpointed by Mn, R, Hennessy to oollenf all outstanding dobts
duo to Iter, Also in pay nil liabilities of
th» Holbrook House. I enn be found at
the Depot Hotel.
AL. J. TOLMIE.
New Westminster, Dec. SHtli, ISM,
d*do2.Sw2
NATHANIEL DYSON.
fVPOHMlTION HEOARDING TIIE
I   whcifnimuts of Nathaniel Dysnnfjnta
of I'lftttervlllc. Wisconsin) who Is stip*
*P'*Hf.i to hnvo sp'"it last winter In New
Wi'*linint«ti>r,'wlii lm til nkfolly received
hv f, 11. FNHKH. Ihnk nf  H. C. New
Wi'Ntiulii'iter. dw-deftHe
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVING. TAKEN FORSKBRION OF
the "Temperance House,"fronting
on Columbia and Church Htrcets, opposite
tho Eplseopa] Church, und now known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will aecoinnuiilau- Die traveling nubile
at the following niton
Board per day... „ „.,|i oo
"     "  week  5 oo
Rluute Meals H    it
B«ft    S
ma-GooJiioi'uiiimodttiion for Udlei anil
c. Mcdonough
HAVING TAKES
LiindbiiiiiN Biilldlni', Front St.
(Formerly iicvnjiled by Kylo 4 Tllton),
IS  NOW  READY
to nerve his customers nnd everybody
with an good a stock os a man wants to
select from.
Dr#   Goods,   UtmttrlH,   PiwtIhImi,
Cntekery. <J)n«walr. Rtmli, die.
, Come and sec the new place, and let as
know what yon thick or It. *-
dwwiMe o. Mcdonough.
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERVSIAN 4 DEALER IN
Frnlt and Ornamental Trees,
Ladnib'o Undino, B. O.
riWE BtJHSCniBER WISHES TO m-
1 form llic pontile of British Columbia
Inat he has ustabilsheil a Nursery at Ijid-
nor's Landing-, and Is preparod to fill
.11 orders fur Krtilt Trernt Ornauiental
Tr.es. Hhrubliciy, Vines, Small Fruits,
4c. Trees Imported or home grown ao*'
cordlnxto the wlsliea of customers. Th.,
subscriber liu. hud a tborou.b practical
training In the badness; and having ,
permanent .lake In thfeonntry It lanl.
Interest lo dial fairly irltli Ihe publio. H.
will wait upon the vurlou. towns and eat*
tlemenla shortly, and all onion will han
his personal attention.
aulSto IS. nuTCUEIISON.
IF-A-GIIE-IO
Carriage Works!
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C.
NOW ON HAND, A WT OK
Sleluhs, Cullers,
BuRsies,
FhtttoNS,
Demecral, Express
and Farill WllKOHS.
Also, a lariie slock of Baggy. Carriage.
Wagon, and alelgl, Malrrlal.
All of which will be sold CHEAP KOR
CASH,:
d-dcitltc ■ REID * OURRIE.
E8TABL1SIIR1) IS59.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Kenrlj Bppnnltc tbe folonl.l Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSl'EK
rE LAKUK8T AND   CHOICEST
usortmant of .11 dcacrlntiona oi
MEATS AND VEBETABLES
Constantly on band, and supplied to Fwn-
111*-*, Reitaumnta, and StwmboaU at tha
LOWKfJT 1098IBLE rKTCB8.
asroTioB.
vroTicn is hisrery oivkn that
ll appllcutldti will he mmlo to tho Jteu*
filntlvo Assembly of the Province of Rrl-
tish Columhla, at Ua next session, for an
Aot incorporating tho timitlenntN with
suftlclent powers to eniihiu them to reclaim certain hint's situate In the District
of New Westminster In the Province of
British Columbia,which maybe deserthcil
fMallthosetraotaof manh and meadow
land belli** subject to overflow .and Isolated
poi tions of upland comprised within the
boundaries of tho same, bounded ns follows, vIk.:
First, Westwardly nnd Northwardly by
Pitt River and Lake; SonthwiirdtyLyPra
ier River: nnd Eastward)y by the main np*
landa nf Townships 9,18. and 42, of Group
One, New WMtmmstar District.
Second. Enstwardly by Pitt Hlver and
Lake, aud Westwardly and Northwnnlly
by the Coquitlam River und the upland
or Townships M), 40. and 41. nf Group One.
In Now Westminster District aforesaid,
and Southwardly by the Kl user River.
Aud for imposing clmrei** er assess*
mmitM upon such of thestil'l lands as mny
have been granted by the Crown, propoc
tlonate to the benent whieh may be derived therefrom, to sotlsfv the cost thereof, upon sueh terms nud subject to sueh
conditions as mny bo just and for enabling the npplleanta to acquire nnd hold
any sueh lands whether granted by the
orown or not. upon auoh terms and conditions as shnll seem Just.
Dated at New Wesim I us! er the 23th day
of November, IBM,
CORBOULD A McCOLL,
d-detort Roi Id tons for Applicants,
 TOR	
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—OO ToV~
A. DIEBEL'S
KRONT STREET, Orr. C. P. N. Wll.tnr.
d.e2fte
BOY8 WANTED.
TWO. RMART   BOYB  WANTKU AT
one. to sell tho Pally Columbian.
Apyty at Thi. nilhv, ilanltle
THB LEASE, FIXTURES AND RTOCK
of thit wall-known Va*l«ty Mot.
next tho Holbrook House, Kront btreet.
doeuto
Piano for Sale.
AN UPRIGHT 7-OCTAVE UORn PIANO, In flntolass order; he. bwn ln
use only a abort time. For nartloulw.
apply at T, R. Pwnwn's Book Slore.
 dlatwa
Farm for Sale!
AK IMPKOVED
w>,u,«;.*&^
l N lUntOVBD FABM KOR MLB
sJ^X£">,U'*Bm''™*
dtWotto
'• NICHpiaON, .
MoUh(faibtnati P, O,
FOR SALE
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the I.ANO-
oIcy Saw and Planing mil: mill In
food order. For particulars apply on tb.
premises to H. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,   .
aplSto A HEI.MCKKN, VleMta.
FOR_REIIT.
FROM THB FJBfit OP NOVtU»ttinti 8-roomed Houso on Agnes Blreet; .
Also-Prom thc Pint of Deeember-a
large Btore, with basement, on Columbia
Street, centrally situated.
Apply tn
_ __m HENRY V. EDMONDP,
doc28to LandAatnl.
F'oirjBatleX
1 SPAN DARK BAY MAKES, land 9
1 years old; good traveller.; wont slnfVs
or double.   .
1 lay n.rw, 8 year. ol.I; works ninile or
double; nice ladlea< orcenU' saddle hone;
very gentle.
I t-mlrd WmSJI < spring.; nearly new.
• IM..T TIMky ■» on Norib Arm.
Fniaerrfvipr."'
nkM^taliuuMa. . k.ir-.M.. ihi
lalMMBdtiH. .
AIso-om .ai .H-aiMk InlrreM la
ttnimmmm—m..- ms<m
NewWMt,,Nov.lllh,l««.      dwtwhllt
rE UNDERSIGNED OFFKIW  FOIt
sale his
Lot, with 8-roomtd Dwelling Homt,
Situated on Oolumbia 'Street, next the
Roman Catholic Cbureh. Comprises kuia
Drawing. Dining, lied Rnomsjiiid Kitchen; Pantry, Scullery, Bath Room, and
Wash House; Tbrae-atallnl Stable, Hu
Luft, Carriage liouso, and exten.tve wood
Ac.    Plentiful   supply of good
"    "'    " "nd Fruit
Sheds,
spring Water.  Lawn, Flower and 	
Gardens; splendid view, healthy location;
vory suitable fora largo family.
Apply Ui
d-de2lc HENRY V. EDMONDS.
Land Registry OrdiMiite, Bio
Im ., Hark k, Xew WnlwlMKr tak>
■rln.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of Thomas McKay Lambly
lias been lost or destroyed, an application
ha. been mnde for a duplicate thereof;
Notice la therefore hereby given tbat a
fresh Certificate of Title will be lasned In
lieu ot that so lost or destroyed, unless .
case be shown to tbe contrary within
one month from tbe dato hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar
Land Registry Offloe,-
New Westmlnsler,31st Dec, 18*
d-deslml
9.nhv.m tf hriunfi
VTOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN THAT
ll the partnership heretofore subsisting
betwa.nas.tbe undersigned, aa farmer,
and .tockralicni on Lulu Island, B. C.
hu been tbia day dlasolved by mutual
couaent. All debt, owing to the said part-
nenblp nre to be paid to Edward A.
Sharp., and all claims ogulo.tth..a|d
panninblr on- lo be preienle I to tbruid
Edward A. Sharpe, by whom the same
will bo Battled.
Dated New We.tmln.ter. R('.,thl.7lh
day of January, A. D. IW.   .
k. A. SHARPE,
THOMAS PaISX.
Witness: Abtuuk E. Rakd.      dwjalvwl
iTerr Nu to bti ows isiiscn
Jim   -PETIT ,T„
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   8TRECT
(opp cowitiAb notiD.
, NEW   WESTjnNSTKR,   B 0.
Pbj iIcImib' PrticrlrllMi ssi ttm. I
Ily KMlprm Spfclillf. rl
N   II. - Only Ucnnin. Drug. ur*!.
Over twenty vear.'.xn.ri.nc    mrSR    '
Public Notice
Ret IMtaiattr fie Uru;,
SIHK UNDERSIGNED (THANKS TO
tlickinilncaa nnd permission of tbe
nynr and OltyConnclluwo weeks .kn
re-opened Ihe Public Library, and take,
this opportunity tn offer an Invitation to
residents of New Westminster to Mtyklm
n visit. Papers and Magaslnea from all.
dlreellona are received for patron, asat
visitors, and more will bo added In raw *
rcasonnbl. aupnort I. ' obt.infd. Iw
farms are IW cents a month, fn saMwceiM
papera, Ac, aro paid for In advance, ink,
will amount to abont icenU»«y,«rU»
. -mi if ooe, Igar for .even day. pmalartoa
to sec news from all ovor tne world. Md
elegant bonk, whieh may be afcr*-—■"
overy 2. lioural Tb.ro la no eotnpt
nlmut thia, bnt tho» who beller. U
ling In ont of the ruin and wkoaan.
a .liM'i.l (Ire will dnuhtleMaMrectat*
In.tllntloh. Indies and rti«aj«r>*»
sndouhtlel    " ' '  '
Blue Rlbb
and )oln thi. a   _      . „
their own ermn and that of Mum. 1
one, eome all, and you will be auead
by an. who ou soop all ola..e.,vla.i.
Yours Respectfully,     -
New Weat. Aog.«!iP«A   '        JliaShtii NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
gailjj gtritisl/'Xolttmbiim
Wednesday Kvcnlng, January 13, lsM.
Whatever opiniou may be held
with respect to the Ohinese in this
country, ail right-minded people
must admit that they ought to have
the protection of our laws. When
they enter into;: competition witli
while lal»r,'6*uV o'wn workingmen
are aure to suffer, and the country
will suffer likewise, but we cannot
dispense one kind of justice to Ohi
nainen and another kind to tbe rest.
If the people of British Oolumbia
undertake to bounce Ohinamen, how
ean British subjects in Ohinese cities
consistently ask for protection or
look for justice! Let us get rid of
these people by the employment of
every fair tiid Just device, but
let us keep within the law and right.
It is not the Ohinese who sought
employment in Vancouver who are
to blame, but the contractor who
brought them thete. HiB act was
not in the publio interest, and deserves the severest censure; jj but the
Ohinese must have British justice.
one engine would be a match for
hundreds of rioters. The plan has
also the merit of being much more
humane, if it it as effective, and
wo veCQjiiuiend it tq public attention.
The exact nature of the treaty
arranged between France and Madagascar has long been a matter of
much uncertainty and dispute. At
tbe time ot* concluding the treaty
it was announced with muoh flourish in Paris that the conditions were
very favorable to Franoe, giving her
a protectorate over the island and a
considerable:.extent of .territory.
Recent events show that this is not
the ease. Madagascar agreed to
pay a avar-tu&mnitT of $2,000,000,
and for the purpsse of doing this a
loan has just.been negotiated in
Paris. Buji Gen, Willoughby, ,o,m-
bassador of Madagascar to the
treaty powers, distinctly declares
that the people of Madagascar
would not listen to a French protectorate,, but would sooner appeal to
arms. The. French commander in
Madagascar tried his best to exact
more advantageous terms, but without success. The people of Madagascar are very independent, brave,
and intelligent, and are determined
to keep '■' their island free froin foreign complications. >
Almost every newspaper coming
from eastern Canada now has some
rumor of an impending dissolution of
the Dominion parliament. These
rumors are based upon various circumstances in which it is thought
one may, discern the shadow of coming events. 'In ancient times the
flight of birds was observed with
superstitious awe and made the medium through which insight into
the future was obtained. The implements of tjhe^pojitifjal soothsayers
of our bwriday mi/ W-tMliieasy;
of comprehension, but they are not
always by' any means safe guides
fir the people. If it is true, however, that where much smoke is
there must be some Are, the multiplication of dissolution rumors may
fairly be accepted as an indication
of impending .change. The dissolution has lieen fixed by the Globe
tot the Sth of February, and there
is great activity among the politicians of eastern constituencies in
anticipation of a general election.
On the other' hand many well-informed persons are of opinion that
there will be another session ofthe
present parliament.
JKOTIOB.
4LL ACCOUNTS   DUE   THE CITY
Boot und Shoe Store, *'A. U. Dernp-
'.Manager," are payable nt tho Btore
of JAMES ROUSSEAU.
January Uth, 1887. iljal2ta
WANTED.
2 GIRLS TO LEARN TAILORING.
Apply lo
djiillts D. DRYSDALE A CO.'
Brown Leghorns.
THREE THOROUGHBRED BROWN
Leghorn Cooks for sale, Tliese are
flue young bints, antl tltey am offered at
very low prioes. Apply at thin ofiiee.
asroTiOE.
ALL ACCOUNTS DUE THE UNDER*
signed to the end of tho yenr muat be
settled by the Ifiih of January, 1887, and
all parties hnving contra accounts will
please hand tbem by same dato, so that
we can balanco our books. a
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited).
I  JOHN HENDRY, Manager.
New Westminster, Dec. 29th, 1886.    d-de29
ELECTORS OF
St. Andrew's Ward.
AT THE REQUEST of many Friends I
havo decided to accent nomination as candidate for tho City Counoil for
St Andrews Ward, if elected I shall do
my boBt to promote such measures ns
seem to me ln the Interests of tho City,
and of St. Andrew* Ward In partloular.
JNO. REID.
New Westminster, Jan. 7,1887.       dja7d
W. H. BURNS,
Corner Coiumbin and Blackie Sis.,
1   Opposite C. P. R. Station.
DEALER IN
Choice Groceries, Provisions.
Clothing, Wen's Boots & Shoes
The Stock Is new, was bought at bottom
prices and will bo sold FOR CASH at a
great reduction on prioes charged else*
where In B. C. djallmS
Canadian Pacific Railway!
TENDERS FOR BUILDINGS.
TENDERS ADDRESSED TO THE UN-
^derslgnedwill, be received up to 4 p.
m. on Saturday lhe lNk lust., for the
ereotion of an
'     Hotel at North Bend,
Also, for tho erection of a
Freight Shed Kt Vancouver.
Plans can be seen and information furnished at the Engineers' office, Hastings.
Burrard Inlet.
H. ABBOTT, Supt.
Port Moody, 10th Jan., 1887.       dwjnlOtd
THE INSTANTANEOUS
INK &,St AIN
ERASER
Will remove all Ink or Fruit
Stains, Iron Rust, Grease or
Mould, and leave the paper or
fabric perfectly uninjured.
TRY IT.   PRICE, 50c.
.-• B.C.STATIONERY 4PRINTING CO.
Kew Westmlhster, Vancouver k Victoria
ilwiioistc
During the past year the people
of the United States have been haying a taste of the medicine which
for years they have heen permitting
unscrupulous persons to prepare for
others, and the dose lias been anything but palatable. So long us tlie
Fenians and other organizations of
outrage proposed to earry devasta
tion into Canada andtlreat Britain,
they were'*31ow»d tt-wofk out their'
diabolical schemes' almost without n
protest. But |lje dynamiters and
anarcbuta? have lately heen directing their thunder against citizens of
the republic who came in the way.
of their plans of plunder, and the
tone of public opinion has greatly
changed,' These people have been
promptly met by the strong arm nf
the law, afnd have been dealt with
mercilessly, as/1 theyrdeserved. It
may be that the plans adopted by
the people of the United States in
putting down anarchy are worthy of
observance by other nations where
the «t^WsntiiU, for Anion-
can ingenuity Is proverbial the
world over. One of the latest suggestions .(ji-marle by .theChicago
Inter Oceiro, i*d as it coines of experience .it may be valuable. It is
suggested that the best weapon with
which to meet anarchist mobs is a
copious fupply of cold water plentifully administered by means of the
otxliiuvy Aiii engine; This has been
tried, Wd It^'Jfaund to iwk like
a perfect «k»rm. Angry mob* of
enthu^i«iS*h>hi»t», *bo refused
to flinch- biforo the batons of the
policeitdim. 'Iwwnets of the.inili-
Ury, MtfW4ii»fo*i&A at onco
before '4J* -Hi-directed streams of
oold Miit.fi. titta. ■>»*' «•«» *».
and When timj do/jo off they may
"trike f^wW;of.he»*Tkibu.
tha8r.^Tfr.lw»y.lo-deJa,,d
seldom miMes,' -Moreover, the no*
_\s may, operate oyer »;wide front,
imd iibtWtonHs of av-Vary few m«W
Rural Canadian!
0*3 " "  , AND Tne
CANADA   PRESBYTERIAN.
12 fob Both Papers fan 1887.
Tills Ilcmftrkriblo Otter Iwipiort loor.nuH
welt as nkw HubserlborN,
Tiik Canada I'hksuvtkbian Ih pro-
noun wd to lio tin? "leading denominational paper in Canada." Ih now ln Ita
siXTKKNTH >*em*ut iiuMleiitlon, and In ull
ils department will be (bettor than ever
during the coming your.
ThrUukal Canadian, abont to enter
oti'llH TRNTir ykar, Ih atyled tlio "Agricultural authority of tlto Dominion," In a
large itl pp. pnper, with department* to
null the varied tauten and intercuts tobe
found In every homo.
Su burr I be ter both PuytTM now and
aave 411.
Address:
C. Ur.ACKBTT ROBINSON,
d-do7iulllb .j Jordan Slreot, Toronto.
NOTICE.
J)UBLIC NOTICE IR HKltKBY GIVEN
to the Klectors of the M unielpaUty of
ew Westminster City that I reiiulrn the
ureseuee of tho said electors ui, the Court
Houso In the said oily on tho TENTH
DAY OF JANUARY, ii! Vi o'clock, noon,
for the purpose of electing persona In re-
Sresent thein In the Munldpul Counell oa
[ayor and Councillors for the yeur 1887.
The mode of nomination of candidate*
shall bo ns follows:
The candidates shall be nominated ln
writing: The writing Khali be subscribed
by two voters of thc municipality an pto*
Sioser and seconderffinil shall be delivered
otho Returning Offleoi' nt uny tlm* betwoen the date of this notioe ;ind 2 pm. of
the day of nomination and in tho event
of a Poll being necessi  y Hitch poll will bo
opened    on   THUR81-AY,   the   THlft-
TKBNTH DAY OF JANUARY, 1887, from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the following plnces:
In Saint Andrew's Ward, at Ihe Royal
City Platting MUM store, on Richard
street, In the City-of New Westminstor;
. In Ralnt George's Ward, at tho Council
Chambers, Agricultural Hnll, In tho
,., snid cltyj  •
And In Saint Patrick's Ward, at the Pa-
vllltou on Albert Crescent Gtirdens, In
the said oity,
Of whieh overy person Is-horeby required to taheaotire and gotorn tilirtself
Hccordinglv,
' Given under my hand ut Now Westminster Oity the thirtieth day of L>ee. IHU 1.
JAS. A, ROBINSON,
tljriDM | tc turningofffflor.
WS^THAT-^W
WANT.
Hew lap!
$1.25 -o"he- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
NewWestminster
JUSTISSUED BV
Price, $1.25.
This Map has been produced at
great cost, and gives a vast amount
of information never before available respecting the most important
district in the Province.
The new Hap shows the latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line of
the 0. P. R. and extensions.
BUY A COPY.
PUBLISHED BY
RAND BROS.
Real  Estate, Insurance ana
-    financial Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER, VANOOUVER
AND VIOTORIA.
FOR 8ALE AT
T. R. Pearson & Co's
HEW WESTMISSTER AND VANCOUVER.
apMto
Change of Business!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAB PUR-
chased tbe entire stock-in-trade und
business of Archie Burns comer Coium*
bin A Blnckle Sts., nud In prepared to supply the public with fli-nt-clUMS Groceries,
Provisions, Dry Goods, Ae., et lowest rules,
A call solicited. ,,, . ,
dnoastc ,      W. H. BURNS.
THE ANNIVERSARY   of   Scotland's
Bnrdwill be celebrated on the evening of
January the 25th, 1887,
 WITH A	
GRAND BALL
*!-*-Atrhn-^   ..
ORXI.il        SHBD
Held under the Auspices of thc
Caledonian A St. Andrews' Society.
TICKETS (admitting'Lndy tind Gentleman to Ball and Supper), 13. Tickets enn
bo obtained from either of the following
commit lee:-T. Mowat, a bo. Robertson,
0, R. T. GAKRiocil. d-dc2ltd
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
Guarantee t'apllat *l,0W,S00
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head office, Toronto, Canada
..•A HOME^TOMPANY,
Thit. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from thc following
FACTS :--•
The SeeurUy offered to policy holders Is
unsurpassed by nny Company doing business in Canada, :
It hns no schemes of Insurance, but the
well-established lines, hence the nol ley
holders en n not be misted as to their contracts.
Its statements to the public enn be readily understood, Its cash statement showing every Item of Income und how expanded.
Its position Is ascertained annually from
a detailed valuation In which every Item
oMtablllty Is Included.
Its progress has been unexampled In
the history of Insurance In Canada.
■ Its policies arc Indisputable after three
yenrs, nnd non-forfcitable nfter two yenrs'
existence.
Its profit* ara distributed upon an equitable bnsls. Tlio profits to one class of
policy holders are not lessened to g ve
UiHer profits to nny other class, which
method affords superior advantages over
tho uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Mbrrnl C-OHdlll0«s » ■• Rr-aMrnrr and
Tram*
•:   J  K.MneDONAI.p,     '
Mnnnglng Director.
t R. PEARSON & CO.
Agents, New WosMnlnslet
Ji*Mjir>'HH**rniii«.
PORT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Frnlt Trees,
ornamental Tree*
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety,
Everything llrot-clnwj uud furnished In
good shape.
dw-delOle
Q. W. HENRY,
Port Hammond, B. C,
Yorick Club
THE COMMITTEE HAVE AltltANG-
cd thut the meeting to be held on the
8lh Day of February, 1881,
Shall be attended by the Members in
FANCY DRESS COSTUME,
All Lady Members nro requested to take
note of same,
E. M. N. WOODS,
d-dc21-m 1 Secretary.
D. S. CDBTIS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTSI
Xew Wettnliiter, B.C.
mhlOtc
WALSH'S
TAILORING
EMPORIUM
Colombia Bt„ New Westminster.
HAVING JirSTHECKIVEDOURNEW
Fall and Winter Stock, we Invite In.
spcctlon of tho finest selection of       - ■—
EngllNh, Scotch. Gfraiin, French,
and American
SUITINGS i«^a
Ever shown ln New Westminster.   For
a GOOD FIT and artistic style' we defy
competition.
itnoMto THOS. WALSH.
T.A.lvCSS
IMPORTER.
New Westminster, B. C.
HARDWARE
A SplejticliC Stock.
PAINTS, OILS.
Glassware, Lamps,
CHANDELIERS,
Wall Papers, Patent
Cfeimney Pipe,
STOVES AND TINWARE
An Immensp Assortment.
Iron Pipe, Brass Cooks
And assorts of Fittings.
*BB
■Ma
mwm-m-imisim
IsTOTIOE
liuntctyamy orifto VFestihlnster city,
lo wife %■'■:
CJBUDD NOTICE >;IS HER|^Y Q&EN TO THK ELECTORftOP TJIE
■___■ M«iiicipali»y aforesaid that a Poll nos become neeeaaa^ at the Election now
pending for tlio same, and that I have granted such Poll, and farther that the per*
boiib duly nominated as Candidates at the said Election, and for whom only votes
will be received, are:
Hjiim... ........
Calhltk	
OartlH	
Douglas 	
Duncan.......
JaqueM .',..
Reid	
Whether   for
Mayor, Reove
or Councillor.
William il	
John	
David a..;	
Denjntnin 	
William Arch
JnincH Gornld
i John ,	
For CotinoTr
For Counc'l'r
For Connc'l'r
Por Counc'l'r
For Counc'l'r
For Counc'l'r
Fpr .Counc'l'r
For What
Ward.
flti Andrew's..
HI. Andrew'^.
BLPtttilok-H..
St. Patriot.*..
St. Andrew'**..
SI. Patrick'*...
BU Andrew'**.,
Rank, Profession or Oocu-
Blackie St	
Storekeeper.
Carpenter.
AguesHI	
Druggist.
Oanarvon St.
Saddler.
Book'kcopor.
Olinton St	
Olerk.
Blacksmith.
Of which all penona are hereby required to take notice and to govern them,
selves accordingly.
Given nnder My hand at' New'Westminster, this llth day of January, tn tbe
year 1887.       '- ■
djal'itl
JAMES D. BDBINSON,
Returning Officer.
GLOBE HOUSE!
HAS RECEIVED  A VERY FINE  STOCK  OF
NEW  MERCHANDISE I
 CONSISTING OK  ■,
Millinery, Dress Goods, Cottons,Sheetings, Tweeds, Flannels.
Ladies' and Children's Ulsters, Jackets
and  Cloaks.
Tlie Millinery is the liuest und largest Stoek on the Mainland. No
need to go to Victoria.
DRESS GOODS in the new materials and shades for the season.
We call attention to the famous 8EA 8ERCE, which we
have at various prices -37Jc, 50c.,.621c. and 75c; cannot be spoiled by
rain and even though soaked in sea water or boiled in soda, will still
retain the .ORIGINAL COLOR. ■'
Tlie GENTS' DEPARTMENT is well supplied with fleS, Bra-
CeS, ShirtS, 80CkS, AC,I,ml a new lntl fashionable stock of
Men's Hats, Ac.     %m& 1  —,_.—,
dwociate '■■■■ _w *-*r* '^■B.-n,
GREAT REDUCTIONS!
 AT.—•■ '
W. PROTHEROS
-IN-
Furniture,  Mattresses,  Lounges. Crockery,
Lamps, Glassware, Etc., Etc.    ,
-WHICH WIU UB BOIB AT ■
Bottom Prices forthe next 30 Days
.    TO MAKE MOM FOR LARC*£ QONSICNMEMTS FROM THE UST.
—tm-AjsciwriaisT o'r^—
CHILDREN'S CHAIRS TOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Columbia St., near Union Hotel, New. Westminster.
dw-del8inl
=«="*
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS '
$8000 WORTH OF STOCK
x^-TP DE SOLD—— .-*.-«•mnn ..i:    i        i
At Cost and Below!
A WKLL.SKLECTHD STOCK
. Alwaya on Hand.
.Just Received, a Ohoico Selection of
China Ware | Plated Goods
For Holidny Trade, whioh must bo
sold before th. N.w Year.
trf Tlie Pnblic invited to como in and
inspect my stoek, and mako fieir )inr-
dwdal7m|
FOR THE NEXT NINETY DAVS.
(Hum Boots, #6.50, aoid for 4)ff.OO.
Equally low prima on all other Rubber Gooda
manufacture, >■%
TheM Ooods are all American
Men's Boots, $4.50, sell for $3.50.
Ladles' French Kids. #6, sell for $4.50
Theae (locals mint I* dUuoud of darln( tb. unt 8 months, dt you want anythiug iu my lino call early and get your ohoieei aud yen, wiU mak«by so doing.
^.aMoxtxaon.t B-u.dn.lsiB. O-lo-r**. ' 1^ .;        a' t
JAS.  ROUSSEAU.
TOM. OAIH OHLT. , ..duollmS
mm wm
MIHS ANNIK IIOMF.R WIU. BR-
!V( opnit the Hclioul on Hlaofcwoml Ht.
(formerly hmurlii hy Minn Woods), on
Miindny lh« Iflh lun'. Pnrlber ).nrtlrtu.
lorn «n mipMciiHon. njnllto
Somas
M'ysa isansvaiis ra.TJ3s
flnnc to ran the stage betwoen Drown.-
vill. and Upper Huma>; will loav. Upper
Sum., on Th.nd.ys and return on Bar
tlirdaya. THOMAS YORK.
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Columbia Street,
AS JUST RECEIVED from til.
EMtbyC, P. K„
BUTTER, OATMEAL,
; BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, in 10
u lbb^fS. •   ; '   ,
PUNOHSEN bright MOLASSES
RAISINS, in Valencia nnd
Layers.
EDDY'S MATCHES.
SMOKED HERRINGS.
A LOT of CHOICE CANDIES
and other goods." '
^"Also in stook, a first-class lot of
GROCERIES whioh will be sold
very cheap for cash.        del8d  '
•.FBOIAL
» ..
INDUCEMENTS
—rontni—
HOLIDAYS
15 per Gent. Disconnt for the
next 15 flays.
ALL HEW630DS.    iB
BUYING FROM THE MANUFAC-
turcn for cash, I nm In t position
to sell ab bottom prices. My floods are
marked in plain figures and ihe prices
have not been put up to meet the discount taken off. Gall and see prices be*
fore puroluulug elsewhere.
S3' Fine Watch Repairing u Spe-ialty.
Jewelry made to order.
F.CKAKI*.
WATCHMAKER,
Oitosite tiie Bask. ilw-ilclSte
DlaLEB 4 IMPOBIKBIN
DryGoods
CLOTHING
—ASD—'—
GROCERIES
J
UST RECEIVED IN DRY OOODS,
A NEW STOCK
In all .bade, and material of DRESS
-GOODS, including Caahnurea, M.rinoa,
SUka, Satin, Blaok add Colored Vel»«-
twu and Flush... O0TT0»8(Weach«l
and unbleubod). UNINGS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, (to. Oray.AVliita,
Scrlet and Checkod FLANNELS. LADIES CLOVES, ''in Cotton,'Wool, Silk
and Kid. Ladle.' Merino and Lauil)
Wool Vest.. JERSEYS, all1 prioes.
Hoiiery, Mvullna,. Diaptr Irish Linen,
Brilliant., ko., ko.
Men's Clothing!
For Quality, Style, Fit. and Price,
can't b. touched.
MEN'S FURNISHINBS
In every Line. Cotton,' Marino and
Wool Underwear, White Shirt*. Cuffa,
Collar., GloTea, Brace., Cardigan Jack-1
.ta, tc. Abw, Cotton, Merino, Cask-
mere, Lamb. Wool and Knit SOCKS, in
great variety.
Also, HATS and CAPS, Udiea'and
GmU' RUBBER OOODS and UMBRELLAS. '
In
Carpet., Ruga, Window Folw with
KUga aad Mounting., Window BoUtnd
(Buff, Green awl Striped), Daauak and
Cretonne., Sbeetlog., ; Towell,,, White
Oonntarpanea, BUached aad Uableaekad
Tabl. Linen., Napkina, Tlokinga, Blank-
et. and Arctic-down Quite, Tab). Cloth.,
and Cover.,       .      . ., I-']
IN GROCERIES
Everything found in a Ant-claw Eatab-
ll.ktnent, and vsm but th. but. Canned
Goon, Frulto, HmU and V««.tabl«. i
ia.i'lon»Ca«a»lle*lL lalwlkny
Ikna «r kee» Moa, Mt I Mfer ,., Ik.
beat .aa .1 tlw Mwtrt trie. Ik«r «n kw
MM'al, ■■« tm gM wkal wt NtracM.
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issued every Wednesday Naralng.
delivered In the Clly, per your....... 4*00
Mailed, nor year :...(..., ^..<..|A<4iB>
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SUusdlac A«VM«Uea»enlB.-For 1 Inch.
Oner month: Jlns.»2porm.; 81ns. K.S0
Kr m.; 1 col. 113.711 per m. If Inaerted for
is than 3 mos. 10 per cent, will ue,adU«d;
to theae rates. ,«««•
Special notices among reading matter,
oui. per line eaoh Insertion,
- Carta mustbeoll metal,and forlargecuta
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Inserted ln either Issue for Ws. than »l.
gaitg fi^fojh €olumbinn
Wedneaday Bvealag, Janaary II, last.
Boys' Rubber Coata »lld Mon'. ibo-
kintosh Coats just recioved atD. Drysdale & Co'.. jalldlw
A speoial came, iu from Porl
hut ovening with several of tl
way man on board.
The Adelaide came down (rom Ohil-
ilwhaolt and way laudiiiga to-day with
freight and paa.eno.en.
Bubhenl   Rubbers!   A full line of
men', and women', rubber, just re
ceived at Ogle, Campbell & Co.'.,
djalOto
In the fifty years of the Queen's
reign the number, under her. sway,
have increased from 120,000,000 to
252,000,000.       .',..;h I   fli       roll
Don't forget thst Ju. Ellard & Co.
are agents for McOuh".' New York
Bazar Paper Pattorna. A full line
alwaya on hand.         d-ja3to
Iu addition to our new atock ot spring
good, we have opeued an invoice ot
Diagonal., Weat of England Broadcloth,
and French Casalraerea. -— Waur's
Tailoring EarroBira.    .      dnaSOto .
The fund being rated bv Ireland tai
the benefit: of James Stephens, the
Fenian leader, now amounts to £1,-
831. It is proposed to raise £2,000
and purchase an annuity.
The scheme fir iiioUliraitiun of tlio
troop, of Groat'Britain ia perfected,
and by April 1 the government will bo
able to get 03,000 troops on shipboard
at twenty-four hours' notico,
A poplar tree 'tis recently out diiwif
near New .Middleton, Imi., tlmt ineu-
sured 27 feet- in. circumference. The
tree made 12,000 shingle., 1,000 rulla,
000 leet of'lumber, arid 25 cords of
atove wood.
A syndicate whioh ia called the
RothBOhild group, ha. decided ogainat
further Russian loam. A decision of
international importance, amounting
to tiie absolute: prohibition; of a Rus-
The developments of the Winnipeg
election for mayor leaves the sporting
men in a strange predicament. Thow
who staked their money on Jones have
won, and those who bet against him'
have won also.
It is reported that the German government has assured Count Kalnoky
that the statement that a treaty has
been cou/sMed, between Germany aiul
Russia to the detriment of Austrian
Interest, is not true. '   ; .  „
Th. repoWof tnV Scbta criifters'
comminion shows tho existence ot a,
system of rack rents iu the Highlands
as deplorable as any known in Ireland,
and recommend, a reduction in rente
of from 15 to 50 per cent. ;
At the nominations on Hunday Mr.
Patriok'a ward would receivo his first
attention as has been repotted;
Tho salvage suit against Ioe Umatilla, disabled some tirrio h« >■« Cape
Flattery aud saved through Ihe efforts
of Mate OlBrjojiiMld •MtTlll ..amen,
haB Wen ended by allowing the former $2200 and the crew f 900 each.. .
Tho Mtdicai and Surgical Journal
pooh-p-ioh..Mr., Biifnui and hi."mind
readhw:"-' ft WtrlnuWhi. suoce.. lo
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Your Vote 1—Remember the elec-
tion to-morrow. A list of authorized
candidates will be found in our advertising columns. Let every citizen who
hss a vote, vote for tho right man !
Commons Election.—We are authorized to state that Mr. Donald Chisholm
is in the field as a candidate for the
seat in tho House of Commons rendered vacant by the death of our
kte lamented representative, Mr. Homer. ■ dwoc25te
 »-«.«	
The Vancouver Chinese Cases.—
ummses issued by the supreme
liave beon served on the Chinese Expulsion committee of Vancouver.
The Chinamen claim $5,000 damages,
and seek an injunction restraining the
people of Vancouver from molesting
the celestials or interfering with them
in the carrying on of their work.
 • -♦- • ——,
Skipped.—A crafty individual by
the name, of H. H. Klingel, who has
been currying on a grain and produce
business in Viotoria for about a year,
has skipped out of that city, leaving
many anxious enquirers behind. Klingel ia said to be old in the swindling
business: and is reported to have successfully fleeced' merchants of Puget
Sound nt one time.
reading;''
inusole reading, and says nine person,
out of tell coold do.'ill1 1hal Bishop
doea, after as many yesrs of practice.
Salmon,!(irJp» irterutyIn n*he Fraser
river, have deserted that stream where-
touches the banks ana disturbs the
river. Tliis will make Point Rnberts
and Nooksack river more valuable as
fishing ground, in future.—Whatcom
ReeeiUe.   This is absolute nonsense.
At the prcaeiit time iH-ean sailing
vessel captains oan' he employed at almost any price a .hip-owner uiay uanut,
from (80 to $150 per montli, ;! A vt Jr?
tew get the old rate, viz., $20 |«jr
month and 5 por cert, of lb. gross
earning.. In 1854 Oapt Thornton, of
the clipper shin SeaSorpeiit, received
••»i<JMNl*H**»i»"-
For the fiscal year whieh endod on
June SOU),, the total foraigiiiouuiuiercc
ho port of New York hatl a vali
for tho port of New
of $802,535,015, IgaroBt $773;802,'
for the previous year. The total foreign oominerco of all porte in the United States amounted to $1,420,018,032,
iMj.in.tW,4«5,lllO,l«2forthe;previous'
ye"-   Ull  "il'liV
bylt. Cues of debility of long .tending,
chronic bllloouess, weakness of the back
Ud kidneys, feminrne aliment.,-and ob
attnate typas of narvou. indigestion are
vmUKWHtt eX9i»alnstm*
C. P. R. Fbeioht.—A train 'eon-
listing'of' sii cars gener|l jf erehaii-
dhe and two oar. cattle, due here at
S a. m , arrivod at 0 o'clock thia
morning. Threo slide, are reported lo
have taken place above Port Haney.
The train ran into one of them and a
oar wai thrown from the traok, but it
was pulled on the raifo. again and
brought into tho oity.
 -—^— *-—;—■—-£;—'
Involuntary Bath. —As Capt.
Stewart was preparing to jump off the
upper deck of Uie str. Alice on to the
wharf to-day, the light wood-work on
which he was standing gave way, precipitating him' into the river; He
went dottii with a package, of letters in
bis hand; but he kept a firm grip on
them and came to the surface with
everything but bis hat.
A Caution.—During tho course of
the Rosseuii-Dempster casein the police court today tho city magistrate
remarked that on uo condition whatever should leaves be cut out of account books, us it greatly deteriorated
their value' as evidence in oourt.
Thore are no doubt many who remove
loaves from their books without thinking, or even being aware of what the
consequences might be.
- .       s — ■ t
Congratulations.—Mr. Orville Espy, of tho Blaine Journal, lias just
passed over to the great majority, and
is now on his.wedding "tower" somewhere down the sound. Miss Maggie
Stewart* that wai, will in future be assistant editor uf tlio JV'UntaTwhich, by
the way, is an excellently conducted
newspaper, and is on the right side of
all questions of reform. We beg to
offer congratulations to oui esteemed
confrere.
From Chilliwhack.- A correspondent, writing <$ Mondayf tayitff The
municipal election is oaiuing some interest, ohiefly al to who ahall be elected ; reove. The candidates are 8,
Ciiwley ltd. G. W. Chadsey. The latter is the nerainae of the temperance
party. Travelling is almost impoaaiblo
in some parts of thu municipality,
-especially in -the direction of Upper
Sumas, and repairs to the roads are
urgently needed.
The Injunction Oases.-On Monday the 0. P. R. applied forpossei-
, |ion of the enjoined land, between Port
Moody and Vancouver, and the application was granted on condition that the
company gave bonds to ihe amount
of $00,000 pending a final decision on
the whole question. The company
will now go on with the extension, and
we believe it has been determined by
tlio property-holders to tnke an appeal
tothe privy, counoil. ,*
i.'f'ti   fi.—tl'.ti.f*'».;V^i——
Chinese Whiskey Sellino.—The
c iso of All Yung, charged with selling spirituous liquors without a license,
came up in the police court again yesterday before Capt. Pittendrigh, J.P.
Mr. McColl oAmoared for the prowou-
___\M J;;P.:;wiuiiiyiotorii,«id
M».,Coo»rune 'lot the defense. The
case, which wu fully vmtfilntod, occupied the entire day and resulted in
the conviction of An Yung, who was
lined $50 to be levied by distress; in
default of diitrfn, defendant to "be imprisoned for'3 month..
Another Tea Ship.—The Gorman
bark Fried.grampp, 43 daya from Yokohama, loaded with tea, rice and
ourio. for eitiei of the eaat, .rrir.d tt
Port Mrauly the nlght b.'or. Ia*.
She experienced very bqiajerous , weather crossing the ocean, io muoh ao
that thu captain on one or two coca
siuiis was at the point of outting the
meats overboard, Tho staunch little
•bin, however, came' through it all
right and lost nothing. She Is 499
Ion. register. Another tel ship, we
understand, follows this one, which
will he lhe last of the fleet for thi.
seaaon.'
Surprise.—Ou Monday inight a
.number of the oflicrs and uieiiiliert uf
the lodge of flood Templar, in '.hi.
city waited on Mr. . and Mra.
P, Peoble. at their new home, St,
John str.nl, and presented thein with
a gold watch chain snd eight day
clock Theae gifti Were accompanied
by an address In which Ihe member,
ofthe lodge espresaed their congratulation. Slid a lense of Iheir obligation,
to the young couple for the able as-
liataiiro they half given in Ihe lodge.
Mr. Peebles returned thanka for himself and hi. wife, and a Very pleaaaiit
evening wii apent by the visitor.
•ft
BLBOTOK8
—or—
Uew Westminster District,
QRNTLEMHN.—As a successor to your
late representative In the Commons will
soon havo to bo elected, I hereby announce myself a candidate for the position.
I purpose publishing un address In
which I will give my views on the most
Important questions affecting your Interests, and will visit the dlrlerent settlements, and address the electors before
election day.
In Politics, Jam antivitu beTUOKouoH-
LY I.1DKPENDENT.
Yours respectfully,
dwooMc T. J. TBAPP.
diseases from the ay, trill cures Dyspepsia, Uver Complaint, 'eto,, purines tlio
blond, mul will make yon look the pie-
Jurjjnf health aud happiness,
Celestial Scorpion Juice.—A Chinaman can live more cheaply thsn a
white man, and it coat, liim less to get
drunk, In a esse which came up iu
the polioe oourt yesterday two suii|<lns
of beverages whieh otiftisticate tlto
Chinese brain were produced. One
kind, labeled " Old Tom" (iu Chinese)
•old for three " bite" a bottle, ao the
writer was informed, The other wa.
doubtless a kind of " three-star Hennessy" among the Chinese beverages,
and retailed for one dollar's bottle.
In the face of this showing the while
laborer will no doubt ask how ho can
be expected to compete with Chinamen.
 a,	
AU, Things to Au Men,—The Salvationists certainly aro to be credited
with a great deal of courage. It is
not long since that we read of a detachment being Bent out to India, attired in native costume and ready to
adopt the habits of the people with a
view to more effective work among
them; And now it is stated that a
similar polioy iB to be pursued with
regard to the Indians of the Northwest. Pi-a-pot ■ and the rest of the
gang will doubtless welcome these new
recruits to their lodges, aud more especially the addition that is sure to be
mado by the tambourine and concertina to the melancholy hnwlinga accompanying great oereinonies. Meantime these soldiers of the cross should
be busily employed breaking themselves into the war dance of the Indian tribes in the  we«t.—Manitoba
Snn.
———•-«—♦————-
A Little Previous.—Mr. H. C.
Chantrell, customs oflicer at Mud Bay,
was in town lost Tuesday. From hiin
we learn that application has beon
mode to the Cunadiaii parliament, now
in session, for an act to incorporate a
company to build and operate a line of
railroad from New Westminster, B.C.,
to the boundary line ut or near Semiahmoo Bay. Mr. Chantrell expresses
himself quite confident that the bill
will undoubtedly pass. If the act is
passed or granted, work will commonco
in the early spring.—Blaine. Journal.
Our friend goes too fast. The Canadian parliament is not in session, and
if it was there is no certainty that tho
charter referred to would pass. If it
did pass, there is uo likelihood of work
beginning in the early aprii};. for it
would probably be summer before it
could be put through the house. We
believe the road will be built, but not
so soon as our cotemporary anticipates.
.' The Fiu Limits Bt'Law — The
ratepayers of St. Andrew'! and St.
Patrick's wards would do well before
casting tlieir votes to-morrow to understand from Iheuindiilate. the position they intend io Nike iu rvi—fd n,
Ihe lire limits by In'*; It is iVpniW't
that thero among lhe candidates in
theee warda those who will seek if
elected to repeal this measure, and
should they be able to carry this out
there oan be no doubt they would inflict a lasting injury on the city, the
removal of this by-law from the municipal code can at most bring only u
trifle uf present pessimal gain to anyone, and it would at onco discourage
those who are shaping their plan, for
the erection of briok hiiijdinca during,
lhe coming summer. This is a mutter
in whioh St. Geoigu'a ward is particularly interested, the fire limits being
situated entirely within its boundaries, but it is to be hoped Ihe other
wsrds are not less so and that lhey
object to removing n by-law which is
one of the first stops towards laying
the foundation of a great cily.
.,,
Straight Independence.—A T.-
ronto despatch of the 8th saya:—The
Mail this morning dissolved partnership with the Conservative party, and
comes out ai a straight Independent
journal, serving neither psrty aud
criticising both with freedom born of
complete delivery from |Kiliiical tiea,
It says: "The future is pregnant with
issues that cannot fail to weaken ousting party divisions. On-siiu u to
firepsre th. way for the birth of all
iidepoiident organ za ion tliu slnll bo
British and Canadian mid Liberal in
the highest snd beat scute. Ils platform as laid dnwii cottais . of a iir»»-<
leolivo tariff,aolo-tgiisour American
neighbor, deny u.- free    entry into
their maiket; hmih 1 .ulfrage, Wiih
education qualification; prohibition;
opposition to any scheme of imperial
federation thit tlire.ten. to restrict
the right of self-government; reconstruction of the lunate; civil service
reform; development of the Northwest
as rapidly u finances will allow; religious and racial enuulity.' The article concludes; "We are persuaded
not tbat it il our million to save the
country, but that our duty and that «f
all intelligent Canadians is lo make nn
ideal of government better than that
s-ipplied by either of the two factions,
aud to strike out fur right without
further delay, since the time for righteousness is now,"
to bo divided between tliem. Tho defense accordingly held that they wore
iu partnership, and tho ovideuce appeared to sustain thnt contention.
Their konois after listening patiently
to a lengthy cross examination
of the coiitplniliniil bv Mr. McColl,
retired nntl nftei* due consideration re
ported licit tbey ha-1 di;ci,lcil to com
mit the defendant for trinl nnd would
require him to give l-tiil in thc sum of
$2,000 himself and to hnd two sureties in the sum of$1,000eaeh. Mr.Mc-
Coll pointed out that tho bail whb excessively large and asked the court (o
reconsider the matter, whereupon
their honors again retired and decide t
to accept two sureties in the sum of
$260 eaoh mid pernliiul bail of $500,
There is ooiHi>lerati!e aymp.tliy (,-tt
for Dempster, wlio lias borne a .■ ud
reputation* during his residence in
Victoria nud this citv, and his friends
claim that tlieie i. no case against liim,
tlonot delay in getting relief for the
little folks, Mother Craves' Worm Exterminator ia a pleasant and sure cure.
If vou lore your child, why do you let it
suffer when a remedy is ao near at hand 1
Personal.
Mr. D. W. Port Wont down to Victoria yesterday.
Mr. Glover arrived-in tite city to-day
from Kamloops.
Mr. (!. E. Corbould returned from
Victoria to-day via Port Moody.'
Mr. S. McRae, of Chilliwhack, camo
down on the Adelaide this afternoon.
Mr. G. W. Honry. of th. Port
Hammond Nursery, and Mrs. Henry,
came down on tho Btr. Adelaide to-day.
R. C. Bruce,; druggist, Tsra, says; I
have no liiedicii-e ou my shelves tliat
soils faster or, gives better > sutisfaotiuu
than Dr, Thomas' Kclectric Oil, and the
sale is constantly iuorca ing, the oust
year being tlielarye.it I liuye ever had.
One of iny customers was cured of catarrh by using three bottles. Another
wna mined out of bed, v, lioru he had betn
laid up for a lung time with a lame back,
by using two bol ties. I have lots of customers, who wonld not he without it
over nignt.
Wholesale lil) Market.
Beef,      per ItWIb	
Pork •' 	
Milium       " 	
HI-U-NlKI'lii."  ,.
Pntil'OoK      '.'  ;.
Turnips      "
Citrroti       ..  ....
Parsnip.     " 	
, Beets " 	
Cabbage     " 	
Onions       '•     —	
Apples       '• 	
Pears '• 	
Wheat •  t	
Oats "        	
Pens "         '	
Buy,       per lon  „..„..:,......
Iluller (rolls) per It,	
Cheese, " 	
Eggs,      pernor.	
Oeese,       each
Ducks o        im	
Chickens, per pair,	
Turkeys, per tb.......	
Cordwootf (retail) per cord..,.
....»'» 9*0.0(1
.... 7 O'l a. u no
 s fin is lu i»
 s fines OU)
.. nran eoo
 u:|7«e oir,
.... S-t, 0 7S
.... 0 7Sffl 1 oo
.... tJ7»«> I on
-.-. 0 50# I HI
  U«@ 2 25
  SOUS 1011
  2 00Ct it"
.... 1 50<<i I 75
..... 1 Wd I {0
  I SO lit II 01
 II 00 (MS) 00
  0 2.1 r,i II .'ID
  0 IA t>4 0 IS
  II50I1, (II
  IMS I 75
 I) 25 3 0 .'10
... Oi'OlS 0 75
.... Il2llj» 0 25
.... ».TO IS 4 00
' There are a number of varieties ol
corns. Holloway's Corn Cure will re
move auy of them. Call ou your drtig-
giat and get a bottle at cuee.
The KiiREZzuMENT Case.—Tlie ono
instituted by Jas. Rossouu against A.
R> Dempster oame up again to-day in
tlie police court before Mr. Bole, P.
M., Oapt. Pittendrigh aud Mr. Ferris,
J.Pa. Mr. McColl appeared for the
defendant, Mr. Coehrance for tile
prosecution. The defendant wai
oharged with embenling $14 from the
complainant, iiissiimcli ns entries of
cash made in the cash landt of till City
Boot & Shoo Stole on July lat, 1880,
wero not wholly accounted for to the
eoiiijduiiiiint, lu the information the
defendant win ilesjiihed as the servant
of the eoiuiilai.iii.it. -,,lii!i- the latter
stilted in the nit.,ess Uix lint the
profits nnd expeiiriils of tin- stou- wuv
The Conlederailon Lire.
'I he annual report of this solidly prosperous Canadian institution will be found
In another column.' Tbe facta revealed
iu the accounts aud the Directors' report
thoroughly justify the ecomiums which
the shareholders present bestowed upon
.the management. Thanks to the resolute
milliner iu whieh tlie Company lias declined to embaik upon extravagant
methods of procuring business, thc working expenses of the company bear to the
total income the very small ratio of between 17 and 18 per cent. 4 point attesting thc. soundness uf the nuances of
the Company la the fact that the interest
income is snlDoieut to pay tlio death
clalma- -which in a company of the age of
the Confederation Life ia aoinething tu he
proud of. The asa ts aud liabilities are
set fortli lu minute detail, und the tables
show that, after making allowance for all
possible contingencies and providing for
every debt, there is .'surplus of $2c2,109
over liabilities and capital combined.
The increase in the asaeta In the last year
was (2110,390. So much for what can be
done by rigid adherence to whst thc
President detiued as the tine polioy of
thc Company, vis:—"To keep its balance
sheet right and avoid unnecessary, unwise, or extravagant expenditure for the
eake merely of incrcaelng new business."
—Toronto Ololie. T. K. Pearson t Co.
are agents for this company in British
Columliia. tnlDte
White Deonxe Monohexts.—White
Bronse i. a comparatively new substance,
and has come into large tiac,'rapidly, for
apeclal purposes in this country. It has
lieen found to be so well adapted for statuary and monuments, that companies
have lieen for some time established at
Bridgeport, Conn., Detroit, Mich., Des
Moines, lown, and St. Thomas, Canada,
who are making monument, of all kinds
slid styles, rr.ni experltnenta made by
these companies, it haa be?n found that
the material will atom! exposure for an
indefinite period—it ia practically inde-
atiuctililc White Dronso being nou-
eomi-ive ami uiichaugeabl., it ia atated
to lie equal to gold, ailver or platinum,
and superior to copper or antinu. bronse,
which throw, off a vtrdigris. The iiimiii-
incuts ure csat from refined sine, and aro
given their sparkling appearance by the
amid blast, aand being blown .gainst the
work under a high pressttre^f steam,
which cuts the surface, but does not ail-
here to it, A thin film of oxide which
forms on this liionxe Is indistructilde bv
the elements; it cannot lie dissolved by
water, and air cannot penetrate it, although tlie Kim is sn thin as to he immeasurable. No couosloli, it Is affirmed,
ean take place —llonton Journal of Com-
nterci. Chas. .1. Robsou, Now Westminster, is agent for the Wliite Bronze
Monuments in Uritish Colombia. Muoh
cheaper and mora durable than any
ether my3tc
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New Wettmlntter  Vanoouvcr * Victoria. gailjj §ritish Columbian
going up the nearest tree like a rocket.
He got on the loftiest limb and e^c
delivered to conceal his body behintf
The natural home of the im untnin
Htm ia in thu Northwest, und the lathers of tho species live iu Montana
■mong thu fuuthilla ut' the Rooky
mountains. Sinca the disappearance
of the vast herds of bison that once
roamed over the prairies of Montana,
Idaho and Wyoming the plains aud
hills oftte Norlh west have btooino in*
feited flth ah Pits ot wild animals.
Wolveitltiid atyttV tre, of coune, tho
most clMtrttetire, tat this is owing
rttthertt t&ekt astonishing- numbers
than anything else. Mountain' lions
come next, and are almost as numerous as their cousins the coyotes aud
wolves. Close after the lions follow
tho bears, of which there are several
varieties in the Rooky mountains,such
as cinnamon, blaok, brown, silver-tip
aud the tnu ^riaaly, fouiid far up
among themksTleaf tfto? perpetual
snow line. ****&   e^ »** •**-   - ■
But mountain lions, owing to their
ferocity and great numbers, must be
considered the most dangerous and
most destructive wild animal we hnve.
So bold have they become of lato that
cattleman and the Territorial authorities loo have been compelled to give
attention to tlie ravages committed by
these hesste -ftimftg the flocks and
herds. A lively war of extermination
hai be A ifmiii! lm uaamsP-them fur1
some time. The Territory offer a premium ofJ8on every scalp brought in «ereached the camp at four that
to be punciied,"and aome of the coun-   afternoon, a diBtauce   of  thirty-three
the friendly shelter, but he left a poiS'
tiiiiiof his hend wEpMert and the Iwy
a second later lodged a bullet iu his
brain. The father had hoard the uproar from where ho was working and
hastening to the spot came upon the
sceno just in time to bo in at tho death.
This big fellow measured scant teu foot
nnd weighed nearly 300 pounds.
Mr. 6, M. Doyle, at ouo time engaged in the United States Marshal
sorvice in Montana, relates an adventure he hod with a big mountain Hon
in the Bear Paw mountains whon he
Wits doing duty in tho Northwest:
"It waft an evening in the forbidding
month of December that Jock Davis
and myself, both deputies, in response
to a telegram from Major Lincoln,
started out from Fort Benton to anti*
oinute a party thnt waB going to trndo
with tlie North Assinnboinea, near the
point in tho Bear Paw mountains
whore General Miles and tlie Fifth Infantry rounded up Chiof Joseph and
his band of hostile Nez Perces. We
wero equipped in light marching order, but well aimed. We left at five
o'clook and after riding nil uight reaohed Belknap for breakfast. We passed
through Fort Assinaboiue at four in
the morning and you can appreciate
the rapidity of our movements by the
fact that the- distance is ninety-five
miles. Our horses were badly jaded
at this time and we changed, securing
a relay from the post trader at Belknap, Our noxt objective point was
the camp of Chief Troche, an adherent
of 'the late Riel, and chief of all the
Half-Breeds on this side of tho bordor.
TtwpHOHE Call (to. 6,
P.O. Box 71
WM McCOLL,
"mini Hub!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
LUKDBOM'S BLOCK, Oolumbia St.
 dy-nnflio
> the inducement by offering
icoount. a nieo little
ti thes- Territorial
i tilth lib of
during the
hamkome lai-
geu for themselves fto say nothing of
the fun and .port they have) by hunting and killing mountain Hun. from
November to March. Iho. cow
puncher, with au eye to business, fint
dr.*. on the Territorial treasurer for
18; he then hands a bill to the county
for something more, and finally sells
the hide lo a furrier for what jt ia
worth. ' Thn. -were .144 mountain
lion, killed and paid for in Montana in
1884, and 161 in 1885, for which
81,288 canw out i'f the Territorial
treaaury, and AmV year the figures
promise to run up to 200 or thereabout.. CIS'-
Mountain liens in this section attain
a prodigious size. Specimens ' are
often killed measuring 0 faet from tip
to tip and weighing not far from .260
to 300 pound.. Many more measuring from 10 to 11 feet are frequently
bagged, and occasionally a minister
reaching 12 feet in the clear is brought
down by some lucky and daring hunter. The hide of thia animal make, an
excellent tiSf). ■ Scarcely a ranch in the
whole Rocky .Mountain region is
withouUdnuMin Hot akin on the
Door. SntftanH ranofi on Powder
river has every room in the house carpeted with handsome akina of thia
animal. The hide is a bright brown
on the baok and rump, but fades awny
into a soft white brown towards the
aide, and becomes almost a pure white
under the belly. The'tail is tipped
with white and the head, eyes, ears,
now and features are an exact reproduction of the domestic cat on a larger
scale. The feet and claws are also
like tlnft. _ '.Tom unil Maria."
g'i*jj'a'h.rd of
'. boing herded
, on Lost rirer,
Idaho, oame home in a hurry and
cru.lied,pell-mell for the corral, a lug
concern some eight f.et high. They
were ahut Injtf file young shepherdess, no auto ineiuher. nf the family
being home at tho time. In a search
among the foothills no cause for alarm
was developed.' In the night Miss
Tallert wa. aroused by her dog whining in her ear, and getting up she saw
from the window by the aid of a bright
moonlight some wild animals raising
havoc in the corral. She stepped out-
aide almost into .the .embrace of,four
mountain ilippf and':*lihniit a nm-
ment'. b«si|nk)u» attacked thain with
an uo. Ufrdrthe lions jumped the
corral and fled. The other two rushed
toward her nnd stampeded the goats,
who nearly , trampled their vnung
mi.tre«3|*iyfftf| fehe-.pM$g ",.. her
feet just in time tn deal a well-directed
blow at one minister who wns springing at her lliruat, She laid him tint,
cutting the hack open tn the limie.
Then both Hnd. The next morning
lifty of the valuable goat. nor. found
dead and thirty wounded. Fourteen
of iho hitler died afterwards.
Thero is u yiitmg niiiimd liringon a
ranch near-Helena who ia 'quite an expert with the rifle and wlio has, iu addition, a very targe amount of indomitable pluck, endurance nnd gnnd sense.
Hi. name ia Ole Synues and he is just
IS years old. ft AidMj .»f February la-it fa'.lieoiiirJi. were out in tlie'
mountain..near their ranch'taking out
timber for' foiiolrnJ.':'Tn. buy, who
hid been sent on a nhnrt errand, came
ruutiiiig.tiiick saying he had seen the
traok "f_.ift-m ixhmiIwii lion and ws.
going tiLaWIM niuthefr«il.1 Renion-
s'laiiceUriial lhi.{athor wcm iisoleaa,
and in a few liniments tho plucky buy
stnned nut with a 44-caliber Winchester t-i hunt the fiercest wild beast in
the Belt mountiina. After following
the trail for a uiijMnqYflkalf tho bo*
lost it at thodHRrScelrtt a Wood.
Whon about tujftfufm, soaroh he
oast his eye. upward and behold the
beast crouched upon tl.e limb of n
largo fir!' The -head uf tho creature wai" hidden from sight, in the
boy aimed at it. fore-shoulder nnd
tired. The animal upon receiving tho
firo, opruug upward nnd climbed .till
furthor up the tree, when from his
elevated pefoh he sent forth a series of
man that mado the mountain.resound
with  tlieir echoes.   Not in the least
again nud tlii. time brought tho beast
crashing down through the branches.
He lay fto |  few jninute.i partinlly
.tunned
dog, wMi
background, ft- tiaiieak-Jperhnps be
cauao ho cnulaii'f' oSmb a tree—now
imhed forward and attacked the
wounded lion.   Apoworfulblow with
sphere that hnd a wonderful effeot m
cooling hie enthusiiwni.   In.a Moment
tho Hon iJUw & to im m*< <m
miles. There we met with a cordial
reception from the Hulf-Breeds, they
cheerfully shared their supplies aud
blankets with us. Next morning, with
two breeds for guides, wo started for
tho pan iu the Little Rockies. Whon
we struck the foot-hills of these mountains the guides exhibited an anxiety
to return to their camp and we consented from necessity. Owing to a
blinding snow-storm, thnt came up
soon after, we lost the trail and wandered about in the mountains until
about five o'clock, when wo struck a
camp of Sautee Indians, consisting of
about 125 lodges. Our reception was
anything but hospitable. Tlie beggars
insisted that we should give them all
our tobacco, which we indignantly refused to do? And so we sought shelter
in a ravine near by, in Arrow creek.
During the night the storm increased
in fury and we slept through all thc
terrors of a full*blown,blizznrd. At
daylight we broke camp, but couldn't
get a Sautee to guide us to the labyrinth of the mountains. So we started
out alone and wandered about until
the afternoon of the fourth day from
tlie Santee camp in that blinding
storm, without anything to eat or any
rest for ourselves and horses, wheu
the sun came out loug enough for us to
get our bearings and sight the valley of
Milk river iu tho dim distance. We
had not dared to make a fire from fear
of hostile Indians, but by dark that
night wo had reached the river and
decided to take tlie chances of picketing oui* horses and building a lire.
"We were hungry and chilled to the
marrow. .So, after providing for our
horses, we pulled up a lot oi logs and
made a blazing camp-tire, tlie light
from which shed its luster for miles
around, creating a wierd reflection in
tlie sky. Jack was so overcome tliat
it wus agreed tliat lie should sleep Uie
fore part of the night. He had hardly
lain down and pulled his blanket over
liis person until he wus as atill as one
dead. I. was lying thero beforo the
fire in a doze, when I heard a slight
scratching. I looked up and saw a
pair of glaring eyes set upon ine. 1
was dazed ut first and felt that I could
not move a muscle, I studied the outlines of the figure back of the blading
eyes nnd recognized the intruder to be
a monstrous mountain lion crouching,
ready for a deadly spring, directly ovor
me. Tho beast waB spread at full
length on a limb, every muscle ready
for action, every nerve strung to its
utmost tension, Ins tusks gleaming behind his led lips, his long claws clutching convulsively. Finally, fully uroiu-
ed, I reached for my Winchester rifle,
the barrel of which was lying within
reach of my extended arm. Bringing
it quickly to iny shoulder and taking a
hasty aim while in a prostrate position I
I pulled the trigger." With a wild
shriek, so human iu its agony that it
yet lings in my ears like the dying
groan of a foltow-boiug, the brute fell
headlong before the nre, his long tail
brushing, my face in the descent. I
was all of a tremor wheu I shook Jack,
whose dead Bleep had not beeu interrupted bythe report. He finally got
up uud, taking in the peril of our situation, foil prime upon tho ground in a
faint. This was about ton o'clock at
night, but we kopt our lonely vigil until daylight, when we discovered to our
infinite relief that we were within a
mile of Frenoh Louis', a breed trader,
better known ns *Tho Cross,' from a
crucifix that wun planted there on the
site of a Catholic mission which had
beun built by tho Hudson Bay traders
and burned by the hostiles after, the
good old missionaryhaJ been murdered. 'At 'Fronchy's' we.got the best
breakfast I ovor ate and after securing
a relay of horses wu moved on to Belknap and returned to Fort Benton.
Wo carried t « hide of tho mountain
■lion with us ain nf tor ward had it stuffed. That was a cold night away up in
Montana and it makes mo shudder to
think of it. "—Philadelphia Times,
Tho Great French Kemody, Dr. Lo-
Duo's Periodical Pills. These Pills nre
compounded from the purest drugs, and
from those only whioh are known to aot
upon the Generative Oraans in- Females.
They are first enclosed in an air-tight
capsule, and by this means made to retain their fnll strength for years lo any
climate. Ask ns for private circular.
A. M. Hhuuka k £). S. Cumin & Co.,
, N«v Wostminsttr*. ;T, McNeeley, J*d-
nef a Landing; H. McDowell k Co., Van*
convert Pimbnry k Co., Nanaimo; T.
Pickard, Donnmn Island; A. K. Johnson
k Co., Chtbnatans; R. Jt. Richardson
■Obwiohoiij Vf, K. McCsrtnoy & Bro.,
Vanaodvci-aml Kamloops; Hasting* Saw
Mill Co,, Vancouver; The Vancouver
Drag Co., Vancouver; J. B. L4v«ll; Yule;
Vf. It. Mega*. Priest Valley; Ml Clark
k Co., Kamloops; La.nolky k Co.,
wholesale omenta, Victoria.,    dw3o3flyl
Wj.L..i..M.[.u:;!.(..?.i:.'i.'   r
Boys'Rubber Coats nnd Mun'» Mac*
kintoah Coats just rcohm-d at D. Drys*
dale A'fVs.     ,,,     ,,        jalldlw
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity,Strength and wholeaomcness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In compeiltlon with tbe
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
Royal Baring Powdkr Co., 106 Wall St.,
New York. flfely
FORJSALE.
ABOUT 20 TONS OLD HAY.   Will bo
sold cheap for cash,
dJnSwI
Apply nt
BRUNETTE SAW MILIi,
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT
au application will he made tothe
Parliament of Canndn nt Its next session
for an Act to Incorporate nComonny to
build, maintain nnd operate a linn of
Railway from some convenient -mint In
or near the City of New Westminster to
some convenient point on or nenr the
40th parallel of North latitude, between
Hemluhmoo Bny nnd Township 10, in tho
District of New Westminster, Provinco of
British Columbia.
New Westminster, Mth Novomber, lfWfl.
W. NORMAN BOLE.
d-de4m2 Solicitor for Applicants,
NOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tW days nfter (Into wo Intend maklne
application to tho Chief Commissioner of
Lunds end Works for permission to pin*
chase 040 acres of Timber Land, described
ns follows:
CommeneiuK at Iho South Bast corner
or the land applied for by us this date on
the peninsula between Loughborough
Inlet and Phillip's Arm, mainland of
British Coiumbin: thence Enst 40 ehains,
South 80 ehnins. West 80 ehnins, North 80
chnins, Eust 40 chains, to polntof oom*
meneoment.
New Westminster. B. 0.. Dec. 22,1688.
ROYAL UITY PLANING MILLS CO.
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON;
MainifneLuroisiuid Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles', Whips, etc.
NKW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
ilw-Jlyaito
KOTIQE.
NOTICK IH HEREUY OIVEN THAT
wo have mado application lo tlio
Mlnlslcr ul llio Interior nt Ottawa for II-
iioiiso in out. tlmbor on   tlio following
lota aw,-357, IKS, .102. am, sal aiul .105. In
group One, Now \Vcstmlnslor District,
ItOVAIiCITV PLANING MIMA CO.
(Limited),
Join. IlENDltr, Manager.
Now Westminster, Boo. IB, 1380.  il-illtm
il-ae29ra2
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE  UNDERSIGNED lias established
himself ln tlio Citv of New Westiniuster with a FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Which is open for Engagements nl
very moderate C'bargwt.
Orders left at the Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
to dny or night. Stable next If, Elliott's
JOS. CATE9.
Telephone No. 80. mylte
The British Columbia
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes all Kinds of Help
Free or Charge.
OUR BUSIJia HUNT.
DO YOU WANT TO BUY Oil SELL A
IJiiMlnrs.-, dike :i partner, etc.
PICKERY k CO,
OFFICE:' Fort'Stroot; between Douglns
and Ilrougbton, VICTOIUA, II. C. P.O
box KM. > niliS
Wood and Goal.
TITE SUBSOaiBEB HAS ON HANI) A
lurge quantity of
BEST \VELLI\GT0\ IM COAL
And an assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Which lie will sell at lowest rules,   Ifc
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
Orders left at Mr. McColl'sstoreouCo*
lumhla street, or nt my house, Douglas
streot, will meet with prompt attention.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westminstor B, C. JlylOto
NOTICE.
CANCELLATION" RESERVE
NOTICE  IS HEREBY  GIVEN THAT
thc Unserve, notice whereof was nnw
Itshed In thn "Ilritlwli Columbia Gnzcllc,"
and dated ttio 7th dny of -AuburI, IHXI.Iiuh
bcenciiucolied by nn Order of His Honour
thu Lli'iitoniinl-Govi'inoi' In Council, np*
iimvi-il on (lie 6th dny of December, l**w,
in ho tat ns It refmM to the lands In New
WoHimhis'i'r  Dlstrlet  whieh  constitute
tho towiiHit'* of Iin**!lugs Ilurrnrd Inlet.
forth'.' purpose of tml>> in IoIh or blocks hi
public iiti'ition, nnd for no othor purposo,
WM. SMITHE,
Chief CominlsHlouerpf Land** Works.
LuiiiIh A Works Department,
■ VI-torlu.H. C, Dooomtorfllh.lSSiJ.
d-dollm3
3STORTI3:
OOlvI^-r^IrT-Sr
('apllal, $3,000,000;   losses
PaUI. 948,000,000
■E»««m ■»■»«•■■«.«■ -O.MOS*
Rafts as Low as any other
Compnny doing Business
in British Columbia.
ar Risks promptly taken, and Losses
satisiafttorlly adjusted.
T. «. PEARSOV,
ilunf In I If. If. H. * P. Tii.1 AH RNT.
(Limited).
Jons Hissar, Manmjer.
3^totic:b.
XTOTICE IS HEttEBY GIVEN THAT
IX 60 days after date we intend tntiklnir
npplioat-lou to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands nnd Works for permission to purchase nhout Six Hundred acres of Tlmbor
Land, described ns follows:
CoinmencliiR at a stake set on tho East*
erly shore line of a lnkc on the mitlnlnnd
of British Columbia, about 2% miles enst*
erly from n point on the East shore of
Loughborough Inlet, which point bears
nbout due Enst from Beaver Creek; tlienee
Enst 80 chnins, South 40 chains, Enst 40
chains, South 40 ohalns, East 40
chains, South 40 chains. West nbout 40
chnins, to shore line of lake; tlienco
Northwesterly along shoro lino of lnko to
point of oommencemoni.
New Westminster, B. OV, Deo. 22,1880.
ROYAL CITY.PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited),
d-de£!in2      John Hendry, Mnnnger.
F
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CDMP'V.
1 Oi.n Broao St. and 16 Pai.l M*i.i,
TaONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
IOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
__ Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Forming Stock,
Ships In Port, Harlior or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Shins build*
Ine and repairing, Barges and other Vcs-
Bets on navigable rivers and canals, and
Gooda on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FBOM LOSS OR DAMAflK BV FIUK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium, and every information can be obtained ou application to
W. J. ABMSTR0NU,
Agent for New Westminster.
PACIFIC
Kb» WestDiiuster, B, 0,
REID & CURRIE
MMtUFACTUREM* IMPORTERS OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggjtes,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carts,
Dog Carts,
Dump Carts,
Drays, Stages,
AND   EVERYTHINCI   IN  THK
VEHICLE LINE
. Wc liavu a large stimk of most of
tliu atiuvo articles un haml, ;i!sr> a lara*c
slncli of Wagon ami Carriage Mntorisi,
Wheels, Wooil uml Hurdnnre,
Hcnnlrlnjj, PalnllnK t, IrliiiinliiK
ilone at roaaonalile pi'ices.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all its Branches.
Estimates given on Ironwork, uud
Contracts token. Agricultural Implements made and repaired, and nll kinds
of Ironwork for Saw Mills, Logging
Camps and Farmers, kept in stock nud
made to order.        ■    ,   '
llorse-Shoeliic and tiencru.
Jobblng.
We nlso keep in stock to supply the
trade, Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Horse and Ox Shoos, Harrows,
Iron nnd Steel Harrow Tcetli, Carriage
BprinuB nud Axles, and a complete stock
of Carriage Hardware.
Parties requiring anything In onr line
will And liy inspecting our stock that
they dun't require to go to Victoria to
get what thev want, for they cau got S
siiporioi* nrticlo nt a reasonable price
hum.
We aro also manufacturing and selling
tho celebrated .; - !
VICTOR   HAY BALING PKKSS,
At reduced prices. It is the best and
cheapest Press In tlio market.
ttr Vfe hnve not the hest workmen to he
hud In the country, and wo Import nearly
all the stock we nn» from the ciwt.—poiiso-
nuantly wo enn offer lndnc'*tnonts to pup
oliiiHtTH Unit wa coulil no* lmvo done Home
timeiitfi.. All miiiprial nod work Inivlntr
th'i •>hop will ho I'liiirit'itfPd to ho,luit n'n
ivprf'HDiited. Orders ftum tlie eonntry
promptly attended to,
•iWrtft'iml   .; ■   REID A OURRIE.
NOTIOE.
VTOTICK JS HEHEBY GIVEN THAT
li application will be mnde to the Legislative Assembly «( the Province of Dn-
tlHhCoIdmhln.nt its noxt session, for an
Act to Incorporate a Company for the construction nnd operation of n line of Rail*
was;ln the Dlstrlet of New Westminster
In the Province of British Columbia, from
n point at or noar Ladner's Landing,
thence In a North Easterly direction to o
point at or near Popcum.
Dated at Victoria tbe 7th day of December, A. D. 1886.
m
AVIUTFl l.HttUOUNS.
UHOWiV a,BGHORN8.
PI.VUOVTH ROCKS.
LAROflHANQi,
WliUn Cresled Black PoUudi,
UnlneH rowli,   Rouen Dueks.
Whim P«klu Dneki.
Pit Games, Houdtni.
f«-lllnlsnnd Eggs suppliml at low rates,
andiillstock guaranteed. '
ltoyal Avenue, East of Douglas St.
_____ mhfltc   :
New Westminster, Coal Harbor
and Seattle Boole.
d-Ue8w6
EBERTS A TAYLOR,
solicitor for Applicants,
What Piiisioiahs Sat Aiout thi
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption has for somo
time been recognized by Medical V-n to
be the most simple nnd effectual n- ans
of conveying to DlBeaBedOigftnfli*'t;ura*
tivcH," Initio ciiFfs of Kidney Disease ami
Complaints attendnnt thereon, successful
treatment wns pniclioiibly llupbsslble until the Introduction of tho Starr Kidney
Pad, It costs less than a single prescription and Is'lminc.isumblv more decisive
and effective titan mi)/ quantity «/ internal
Medicinal dosing. Worn Immediately over
thc sunt of DtsonHi', Itn curative pmpcrlles
beconie nbfibrhed by the disenHed nnd en*
feebledOrgnns.conunnouslynnddlrcotlv,
ns required to Insure in return (heir healthy action und original vigour. It Is comfortable to the patient and plonsnnt In its
eiTcctH, and cures whon nothing olsecnn.
Tho Stair Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive results, A more vnlunble
discovery, ns; n truo remedy for Kidney
Diseases was novor made.—Medical Gazette
The Hinrr Kidney Pad, mnnnfnetured
iu Toronto, Is n ])i!rtiiiineu( sure curo for
diseases, disorders nnd ailments of tho
Kidneys, Bladder und urinary secretive
system, or attendant complaints, causing
puln in the small of the hack, sides, etc.,
producing urinary disorders, such us too
frequent, scanty, difficult, painful or copious micturition, inability of retention nnd
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc.. denoting the presence ln tne system
of diseases common to tlie urinary secretive organs—known us gravel, catarrh of
the bladder nnd pnssng-'s, iirig!it'n disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Rend for pamphlet to LANGLEY A
CO., Wholosnlo Agents, Victorin. Kolnil-
ed by A. M. HKRUINO und D. 8. CURTIS
A CO.. Now Westminster: T. McNEE*
LEY, Ladner's Lnndlng: H. MCDOWELL
*CO., HASTINGS SAW MILL CU. THB
VANCOUVER DRUG CO., Vancouver:
Vf. E. MCCARTNEY A BRO., Vnncouver
ami Kamloops) J. B. LOVELL Yale: W.
It. MEGAW, Priest Valloy; H. CLARK*
CO., Kamloops. dwse23yl
Fire! Fire!
TESTIMONIAL!
Vnneanm; 8'H'rdJynts, 1880.
MR. G.  ItOUBJtTRON',  *'
Vnncouver:
Iteprcs-■ iilng Goldlu A McCulloch,
Ot.1t, Ont.
Sin.—Wo the un.lcrsttniad hnving witnessed tho terrible drewbich wiped out of
existence the young city of Vancouver,
on the lllth inst., hnve, nftir (he fire, examined the safes .iold by you, somo of
which wero put to tbo most severe tost,
having been surrounded by lnrge quantities of lard nnd bacon, und we ara pleiwed
to testify to tho remurknble rummer In
which every Safe sold hy you preserved
its contents, not only books and papers,,
but also thousands of dollars In pnper
money woro taken out ln perfect condition. We can, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recom mend them ne thoroughly fire proof:
L. A. Hamilton, for tho Canadian Pacific
Railway Company: M. A, MncLenn,
Mayor; John J. llltike, stipendiaryMn-
glstrnte; Rloh'd. Alexander, Justice of
the Pence; John lloultliec, Pollen Mngls-
trato, City of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justice of the Pence; Isaao Johns, CM).;
Edwnrd E. Rand, Real Estnte Rroker;
R. Balfour, Alderman; John Rankin,
Real Estate Rroker; Pither A Edson,
Roynl Hotel: II. F. Keefer, Contractor,
C. i*. 1!,: J. W. MePiirlndd, Port Moody,
to Vancouver nnd English Day; F. C-
Iunos A Co, Roal Estate RrokOi's; A. Vf.
Ross. Jteiil Estate liroknr; Gravely A
Spinks, Hcnl Estnte Broker**; R. C. Fer*
guson, Mgr. R. C. P. Mills. JeflOle
1I..B.J    CLEMENT V. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA
VIOTORIA, by Iho arnco of God of the
United Kingdom of Greni Rrltntn and
Iroland, QUBEft, Defender of the Fnith,
Ac.. Ae,,Ae,
To Our faithful thc Mcmlci-s elected td
serve In tlie Leirlsliilive Assembly of Onr
Provinco of British Columbia, nnd summoned nnd called la a meeting of tbo
Legislature or Pnrllumcnt of our suld
Provineo, nl nur city of Victorin, on
Mondny.ihoTlilrtei'nili tiny of December
Instant, to Imve been commenced and
ho|d, und every of you—GUKCTispI
•     , .A. PROp LA MAT ION.     ■ ,     ,
Al.BX. E. H. lUyij:.! \\f IfKREAS THE
Attorney-ileiimtl] \\    Meeting of the
Legislature or Parliament of thii Province
of British Colum'ii.'i stands called for Mon-
dfly,tlioThtrt«entli day of December instant, at wbloh time nt Om* City, of Victoriu, yuu were held nnd constrained to
appear. ,■
NOW KNOW YK.thntfnrdlvowciuiBCS
and consideration, nnd Inking Into ton-
Hfdi-rnMou tbo eiiso itnd (convenience of our
loving subjects. We Imve thought Hi, by
and with the udvlce of tiur ExocuMVe
Council of (hu Province of arlilsh Coiumbin, to relieve yon. ttw! each nf you,
of yournttendiincent the time aforesaid ;
hereby convoking, nnd by these presents
I'liloiiiing, yoo nnd eneli of you, thnt on
MONDAY, lhe TWENTY-FOURTH day
St tho month of JANUARY next, yrtn
lect Uk in Onr said Legislature ur Parlinment of Our snid Province, nt Onr Oily nf
Victorin, FOR THE DISPATCH OP BUSINESS, to (rent, do, net, and conclude, up*
on tlioso things which lu Our Legislature
ni the Proviuce of llrltlsh Coluinliln. hy
the tjommon Counoil oroursold Provinco
mny, by tho favor of Ood bn ordiilnnil,,
Ih TrsWhosy WiiRHKor, %o have
ouused,theso Our ItcllcrH to be tnnde
Piitunt and tho Grent. Heal of iho said
lErovlniiOio.bn hereunto nfllxed: Wn*
KW*Sthf''D011omlll.»Cr.KMENTK. Coun*
WAt.ti, Lletilennnt-Govornor, nf, .O.nr
■ said Provlnoo of BrltNh Columhla, In
'flur Oily of Victoria, lu Onr snid Pro*
vlnec, this Tenth rliiy of Docnniber, In
Iho year cf Our Lord, ono thousnnd
eight hundred and eighty six, and In
Iheflflletih'yonrof Our Reign,
Ry Command,
JNO. IIOBMON.        »;*.,
fl-ilfVUd Prnvl*iolii!«rtcrPtnry,
-^IttEfc
THE STEAMER
(J. W. TAIITE, Muter.)
'IXriLIi LEAVE. SEATTLE EVERY
y. TlrarHlvai.n,laiaii.tiMk, for
K.w Weatmlnalor and Coal Harbor, via
Port Townsond and the Islands; arrives at
New Westminster on Friday forenoon,
leaves for Coal Harbor about tm hours
afterwards) loaves COAL HARBOR M>
Hay Xlgkl for Seattle.
ran I. Seattle,... .....«4,m
Freight yer in, 4.M
Special ratea lo merohanls,       aploio
T.R.Pearson&Co.
COLUMBIA STBEET,
New Westminster, B. C.
Re-Opening!
J. S. MANSON,
Merchant Tailor!
HAS OPENED A SHOP ON
McKENZlE    STREET,
First Door lo tbu night from Columbia
Street, and will hnvo ulwoys on hand
a full ussortmuiit of
AND AT REASONABLE PRICES.
A  PERFEpT   FIT
Clunraulecd in Every Case,
docBto
WHITE
HAVING SECURED THE AGENCY
for thii celebrated Machine, I
wonld be pleased to send one oa trial to
any person desirous of purchasing. The
Machines are. sold on their own merits.
Every Machine guaranteed bjr the Com*
puny for five yearn.
 at	
€.   J.   ROBSON'S
Fruit, Confectionery tt Fancy lllms-
M-areft China Store,   '
Columbia St.,
dJaOI.-
JTeir West.
In the East
JUST AlUtlVEbl
Specialties in Urocories!
THE MUST INSTALMENT OF MR
., MoPhfldcn's puruliBHW lu tbe Bail
ban Just arrived, Tbln sblnment hot
beelt hurried tbmuth Hpealufly Air the
Chrlitmu and holiday trade, and eonilsli
ot cliotco nnd well noleotcd Goods, suit*
ablo for thin season of the year.
Heavy InvolnoH and bills of ludlngaro
Junttonnnd direct from manufacturers
refiners and puckers of Qoodn. now In
transit neross the continent, and when
this lot arrives McPhaden will carry the
bflfdnsftortment of    ■■ o*       u
Staple nnd Fancy
Groceries
In tbe  Province,  nnd' sell   at   prices
never before touched In British Columbia,
Coal Oil.     Coal Oil.
A car load of thc famous high test Haaw
Brad CmI •!! direct from Cleveland,
Ohio, expected dally,
SUOAR. SliflAR.
A oar load tllreet from refinery of. Su-
tars. Syrups and Molasses expected on
—mWtmt AND riKALIKK IN—
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
Magazines,
Toys, etc
The Largest Stock on thc Mainland,   and  second   to   nn
House in British Columbia.
oJS**l9E.W '"r<"'1 from Yokohama, •*
"City, of Pekin," a fine line of Japan, En»-
llsli Breakfast, Young Hyson, Oolonsaud
Gunpowder Teas.
aWOajl and examine our Ooods before
purchasing yonr Christmas auppllea.
D. McPHADEN,
. Importer, Whol.nl. k Retail Grocer.
NRW WKSTMINHtKB, B. P.     dllelio
 80LB ACBNTO FOU	
The Benry F. Miller Piano,
or Host™,
The Dominion Orp,
Of ltimtnonville. Out,
And ogentii for ail thr Kmliug Ari.tib •>
SPECI/U. FORMS
lUUDAPMNTtB.
On the' preniiwM, a. neatly awl clie.pl v .
aa at aay othei ertal.llahnieut In tie
Province.
—AOENTR   ItStt--
Conftdirattofi Life Anuranci Cts.
North Britiih and Mtmntili fin
Iniuranct Co.
—Agent, for Fir.t-n.w--
.■■■.      ■.,;.!,'      .    10      limurtilll
uj malum im
MM     VVIMBBmilHI     MOT
iHirrils imciiPis.
MIM, Mimv <l.
•au or biik,
CUSTOM HOtJgr. KL1.XK*
LI18K8. PK0«. N0TI8,
•RUM, Kiciirn,
And aU kinds 61 Blaok Book, and Blaek
Forms o. hud.       i
 AU th. Ua4tn|—
NEWSPAPERS
—^^rt'ny
PEMOMAU
B.gularlyr.o»I»«l. BahKriptioa. Uku
for any Publloatloo at o»Mt rata.   ;   ,
SST W. Import dlwot turn r—.hi
tonn, aad cannot bt andertald to IbU
PtOVUlOl*  ' y,
T,R. VBABSON4 00,i
; ootpiiBu siwrr,
lftw WeitmlniUr, B; (*'

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