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sstotf.
gailu f riti»h €(rtembwn
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niwoLP aai;
'(la
lior.n
■•Wesl
The Fnser Hirer.
U^JlOilIA.
Speaking of  liu  trip  through
ier river is the chief watercourse of
iritish Oolnnl-S-, rtsag, irt the
lortham portion of the Bockies,
nd flowing .« shout 500 miles beon it WgirUrWDrei* through the
lountains on its w»y to the Strait
f Gec^.It,pj**m,&y.fon ft* *a
lll stream with rsju-J, t,uj|bj4,our-
'ent which, when, the JPhonipsoi
Jver i,*fy_4»\r@fffi\far
nd at tiiiKis s foaming torrent It
owi thtSagh<J«i'*deejay »nd rooky
orge, but with the dope and bot^
ran better timbwl than the
'hompson river valley. The wen-
is, if anything, o* • grander:
^tnitwsi
f the action of the elements into
mta eddying around them.   The
that encompass the river rise
thousand of feeMnd in many
'Fioi .
to 6; and 6:80 to 8 p.
TT  M.COOPBH.B. A.,_p,^_,
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
h
,#_^«jGG6_jo;'OJiJiri
V'.LV WPP?*'-^0
Offlce, M_«easle8ttset,i.o» Wesirtlhstar,
. ■MdVa*tcot*v«r,**Vft     ,-f     -yaidllJtp
■m twStS iohm,'
laces staiftt. |» lik* lioW walls, or
the
it out, Old almost her the passage.
pair of auch protruding promon-
'jries is useal lw:*he _ajlws,yto -jrosa
ie river -ffl*iifi*l*!ii*iinl)^ge,BUj1
has to tunnel one p| the clifstsj
scure a safe route on the opposite
<"•!* wit&mfo*9m
iin torrents coming in, and the
>cky buttrcneB that intervenr.
ake the railwt-y.'forftMtetfOTC-
tasion of tunnels arid trestle bridges,
ost costly to oonitruct, and wm,'
illing endless bends to get" a priio-
&t>Mlw.meitpa_>-
jns narrow the channel so thot
e river tups afer^l^e.S'fed.,
oud* encojnpass .he hightr peaks
d float -M_!M ttie cAnj-Jn while
ie water bpjl*,, belf. V. *' The-e are.
' ervals. kovro v*ir, JWhen the vJley
oadens'JitifllcjeStly to P«B... a
ik where an now or two of com-
itively level land gives a chance
• brief onM******-.; bat this is in-;
iquent. Ajtor*n^p|.^» wi{i|.
inery bave' Been passed, there
,aes a slight change, and on a
i el plaoe the town of. Yalo iabijill
(settlement dl
bple.     Bolo-
,.»■)      ,H'.1l'l!'.l<(!OOl'i   '-'
I i       WALTER J. WALKBR,
- . .tr
••   ->-**i >\^*,-}ir'<'^TVmft*^f^'{
Colonial Hotol, New Westr. j
the railway
a somewhat easier route, though
the
breath is
JI among
. "*"• f-j
lere it is |
Je of any lei
"uwn more freel;
itering
{rough SOU  toilii
fcrk  and  is probably the longest
of difficult railway construc-
The line since
L*||||,p
'ch a forBiddiiig and spairsely-in-
bited regiorii --iSw-ffle wdnd&ful
iP*tHraser
ire  of  a   valley, and its coune
us,
it the ml
id the route to the ci
iving the dry arid region ^
ountaini for the more genu
ate of tfj-ttitlltrtittoi
liage and more luxuriam
1 Iges separate and the rivel
Vs, flowiBg s-tM meti iurrimt
iw that it J|«* »W>*y°* roomi
am it ie-ntr<-MNMit channels:
d flows iuto the Georgian Strait,
delta embracing a vast surface
rich agrioultun-l land csjablo of
;h cultivation. Its shore* are
lerateiy settled, but could emily
,pport a muoh larger population,
^rthwart'of the ftiiier tliere is a
jetty inlet reaching tt*i' -a' cftfian
ilea into tier
led shores mi
Jled Burrard Inlet    The railway
$*•-__ the bai-k t*f1fthe„'e'rii*«f,and
Mies to this inlet, where the Hn-
I ed line twaiinatMatJPortrMootly.
barquk  is at M' Pott* Mttodjr
rjodlnjt" »"cWgii ist 'ifapaji
and REBIDENOE-Ohureh St.
door to Farmers' Home), near
  •.._.■._.._..__._- =.
TkB. V. WELSH
DENTIST,
.'lift     e-ilonUl xm,
*neb;i
, kl. BRO
lore, Columbia I
W
■mats-»tqSS>mf-f.,{\.;
'WinMiUobllUwiw-skthefli
ndtwofoUowittj-^yalnoael
op. • ma
estmlnster.
and two
Teat*
the lirst Monday
tfiy, in eaeh month*
ly extracted,   aufi
NORMA* BOLB,
BARRISMR-AT-LA-W*. (>) '
MW»,^le»l..;r-.      |;j      MOMT tO LO»D.
' New Westminster, B.C
/ .APT. PITTRSDRIOH,
;"    -oa M bnn fa
.„:,,;-fLA^B..Aannvtc., *c.v    .
mm. - (iv:)y it.'.-.n     y vui
..drdelto „|i'"*M_K|fsleS^ife-«T«r
THE CLARENCE
Corner Titei * Douglas Streets,
VICTORIA, B. C.
F-AKKC. IIO>*m_.,_.,   •   ■   •   lilKI
TOURISTS'HEADQUARTERS: FIRST
Class In every respect   Pally s.p-
CHed wllk all CenTeaiesrees or Meslersi
_m.^^*fM!s^.r^^
This mi
the rfloopt
SflTKo pains will be snared by the man-
agement u> make tills Hq*_] piciuuuit and
aRrnMlvi*       '   " ^'  '  * ^Kc5W '
'^LB*$l*4>*,,l*#I.,-:iril     h(!l.
tm -I^W;: ![.r,
L»»d InrTejian Draufktsman, .1..
OFFICE-One door North of Hessrs.
Corbould A McColl's, MoKensle Street.
Iii ■iftiir&j
3
a. Howie,
Formerly HowsyiS!
to announce tl_fit   ~
tarreyn, Bfal JJblat* *Mker aai 5
Coaveyaaccr
)n and after the*a_nhst»i>t OB*l,I**»
Saledonla Hotel, Murray St., Fort Moody.
Zf*1?*,,    :s'     ji
I    AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columblastreet, ^gej/_Westmlnster
,,   !       tM. __fcL i
i> 'All commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. J Be* referenoes
liven wheu required. mhU-to
range, from soutt ,**,**»«.   T1.W  W«!|AIf*aM^-|g Wtj.fiUf. J
Utter «*^'*«^^^
WnofSi-SerilsiiltreiLNew Wostmlnster. H*e
soa
UNDSURVIYORS,
C«mml_-slo_i Aftents.
■T  A grr-
mM WEdTi-ltllSTEE, R C.FBIDfY evej-jins,
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCWANTS,
WtyRI" STBKBT • TICTOBIA.
jLCtXaSTT-   FOB
North British and Mercantile
j Insirance Cts. ttt Mainland.
;    H.C. Si-tON4 CO.,
38 Plnsbury Circus,
_      _ London, E. C.
PAVtMtfN
IDAY8, 9 to 4 in the tftemoon,
o 10 In the oventng.   -
AdmlHlea t. Gentlemen   ]6c.;   Ladiea
free. Uie.orBkatoii,^.   -      [.   .
. Penone wishing to secure the Rink for
ji*leet skating partlea can ilo bo oil appl I*
WINTEMUTE, CALBICK A CO..
Snlflcent Hotel la now open for
t bttf Guests. : -   j '''■:'-'   '':
Union Restaurant
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
MEALS AT AU HOURS
I :.   ,,.awjt,op SIGHT).
OysWrs In any 8tyle;
Board bythe DayorWtek.
Wwiik^a^^M
are extremely low.
dnolmS   ^       E. IL •AUKKR, Prop,
BURNS
DEALER   IN
Wood and Coal,
WHICH WILL BE DELIVERED IN
any part of tho City at lowest current rates.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
Orders may be left st the Store of W, H.
Burps, cor. Columbia and Blsckle fits.
Seienl ■IMkssnllBi 8k*» on Slobsrd
Street, opposite H.C. Planing Mills,
dnowto
'■.SDOOJj
A!fCTI(5NE!ER
APPRAISER
iie
m, uri, *ow«t a mm mwsrn
OOUIM
Telephone u
OTR8-5T,       ,
ir** if-tfrmnt-fi-*,
.¥-
iarf, unloadiii'*
s   for railway, shipment
Koonti>.«M < A'qulfek
nt of passengers is1
iamer, Mid *p tail dtlwn thii plaol*
I.tan tb Vai-couyer, the wind
|iwlng flij^iy.j^rteintiw^iM.
■it in jW ittttj >W *« *y tttm
i northern shores. The banks bf
inlet -h«ve several' settlenients,
1 timber mills are at work, snd I
s «ui-o'ris85r,',>. lsarn, %|t" wp
itt; town, fith whita painted
imi and a neat church, was on
lian mission lattlement with 800
i wlation, where the Indians were
'•1 pitdb-&i*^oft
Estate, Mining
iND MONEY BROKERS,
ossph Russ-l.r Pert/, wrltesir"lwtm
i-eSto *wmm 'Mriwffl.
a hmiensas >b-ob ttonMld -ae for
« er tout .uar!, sail lossJ it the bost
lole I ever tried. It,hts been a ««•(
sing to tae." WipSIW riu-JWriy
led artldlM! they sre luiltatloas of
*lM,mM'*f^«W.9l!RCIIjia
fians, BUM. Cwtridfn, Powder,
Shot, rii-tlng Tackle, BpecU-
a   eles,   catlery,  aid   tar
.   eimwire, ..   /
»0 BI II AD   A* *KE OU), STAHI),
KNOWN AS THI
'WleiiageHe Shop,'
 OOLUMBIA  STRUT.
... dwsulTte j^.
RAND BROS.
»l,  IJ.-  rn    I'i. Ji ■ y •
Mssuaaas Af eats,
Qfflcei at VIOI'OBIAiFort Strejrt,
new WK^U-m tUmt
,j work-pl»|l_» land WW Mthi-    ..'•'   " M.KenslsanTOKlSonSU.
ry aStftHf.,,.,
""'"»   •'[■V^Vl^W-f-lf^r
' BDTtWNO LOTS for sals In all sections
of Vancouver and New Westm Instor Oity.
-MimtiMt^
labil-Tr; Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay, Lad-
Bei'irlS'hdlni, Luln Island, North Arm
and flltjllver.
MKwr
EAVINO HAD EXTKN8IVE EX-
perience 'lh' California tnd' elsewhere in the above business, I am now
prepared ta lake, charge of any sales,
auction or* otiierwlso, that thc public
maylivor ii
i with.
Atoistratrii notice.
o,vaisa-f'
»„ JI™rs^UaebBi_Jothe_, 	
Xfl.aMTtejrnOldB Hftnl'er, fotmerl- of
New Westminster, deceased, are required
to pay tboamount of their Indebtedness to
tho undersigned, forthwltli, and all per
sons having any claims against tho estate
an required to iurnisb particulars thereof,
daly Vfsine-l, wlllilaa Wo ni.inltis fn,«
i®'M<<7^mA&<*<bmii'  •-
Administratrix.
patwl Kew Vert.. Oct, llth, 1886.  oolSdlm
.        (Co»»ey«»eeM-C«IImU«i . —;	
fglHR1 ©MDEnSIONED HAS I*ITR-
1 obaaed tbe entire ntock>ln*trade and
biiHlneHNof Archie Biirim, corner Cola in*
l-rovhiloni, Dry (UmU, Aa., nl,loweatrute«.
toSjfftfi- -.3-   Y-H^Bitrs .
RUMOVAL.
k AND BROS. II AVE TAKEN OFFICES
on the cornur of  Maokeimle  and
reebi. one block nbove Culnm-
i they are now prepare-l to
Din mv,.  -iuu— v
■itpnii Mrwv
OVEI
MANUPACTHBER OF
NITMBB-R 107
W,
■*wr_4_.<3-p^rs.
Blacksmith and Hadiinist
AU Kinds of Machinery, Patent Look;,
Safes, Sewing Machines, Ao., Ac,
Repaired,
BLACKSMITHINC
tn BU Ita branches. FWmin', Loggers',
Mill and CoiUraot Work: MrlculUiral .
Implements, And everytmbg in the
'  blacksmith line made ^ oder*   v
. Havlnir secured flwt-elass woijkUM* we
ieel confident of giving satisfaction.
•^Horse-shoeing a specialty.
ilw-Jiy81tc]   Columbia St,, New Webt.
GUARDIAN
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds. $18,000,000
(3*sr;Sl.ALBJ_.Tr>
r        ESTABLISHED IMI
Risks Taken at Bates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T, BiPEARSO^
IB. C. H. A P. Co.) AGENT.
MRsiwar,
■ DEALER IR
A large Assortment of
DRY QOODS
'..'?-.A*n)-:'
./   Always on fiANb.
Kay and. Feed
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
We run two stages dally, except Sundays,
to fort Moody, carrying H.M.S. malls.
. _V *» liquor ortob'accq Is used we ckn by
temperate habits and careful economy
serve the publio at especially low rates.
dwseDOte     	
m.
PRACl'ICAL
-ANDrr
OOLUMBIA StRftI,    MEW WESTMINSTER.
DPIM.IIe I'mksikns * lis-s,
mHorTmmwM
SB1.ATE MANAGER FOR 8AVAGH *
I.YMAN, MONTREAL.
dhNMiricten, BtpMten, Chrone-
f riphen, mil sll lie wsttk
. /  r.piln s 8p. .Ull*.
, NY ONE HAVING WATCHES whioh
hsve lieen Injured by InoompetMit
ch reurilrers csn be made equal fo uew
In.   ..K»Kl.ltY of .11 kinds m-ji. ond
repaired,  -jflr^wdrfc ,warr»n(o<j; jChsrses
A
waioli
again,
repalu...    ....     , 	
modci-nte.  EstlmntesgtvenftJM'ofebSl
&—-_-Avmkn, n*™, ui stiwr
WJ»~ Wnlekrs s>d Jewssrr ekeniwr
than nr alker lease In ». C.
' LAMES' SOLID U CARAT GOLD AM-
ERICAN STEM WINDING'WATCHES,
accurate UmekMpois, l»: uifual prioe, til.
\  *fcTPTIC?B.
In Ibe Supreme Court of Britisli Columbia.
GETZ BROS,, on behalf of themselves
_ and.oil othe. the Credlloni of I/inls
. ■'i 'OoM-PiAt-rrirm;   nol
III  AXD    ,
EDWAH1) OOI.D, I/OUW GOLD and KM-
MA GOLD—DKruNnAMS,
|»Y ORDER OF THE HON. HENRY
KMilvernVHTeMv^UutsXownjhtalSl
In the names of the Defendants or eithor
oflhera In Ihe Land Registry ppoe at
New Wcllmtnster,  and   the Dwelling
jloiisu now occupied by the Defendants or
somo or one of them situate at the Oily of
New Westminster and the personal property of the Defendants or either or any
of them now ln or upon the said Dwelling
' Honse and the Hotol and premises situate
at the city of Vancouver known as the
Gold Hollrrn, .: ,,_•
*,,_. AKMSTRDNG,.      ,..,.,
11epliiyme'l|f,
hwtic   |   irWfUlml
wlver.
,-,'f CI,A|RR\ep}I HTREET,
UpMlf-jhlrj OtiCT,-!|t*rfe»»''.
ui. BmubwIaI JiSni'm.
*WWfl,l'in^^^^TWi^^  *^.MIIs*bkI
mi* iHMoiHe, eui-io, Imoitiw, te,'
^MfellflKai)
The lhi'gest assortment of Wall Paper
In the City, comprising newest patterns,
always on hand at- bottom prices. Samples o» vleft at T. a Pearson A Co's
Store, Columbia st, rnauw Maslas at
specially low rates.- • ■ 'J1^71 'vOant
>ME AtfDBEE!
W. H. HOLOIN,
^■AVmOJPAKpN, WeSBSSION OF
apt the " l^innerando Housb," fronting
-fin Columbia Bnfl ChtitohStreeU, opposite
Hie Episcopal Church, ahd now Known
as the    ■ ■*   ■ '■ ' ' ■
FARMERS'HOME!
Wilt accommodate -ths' traveling public
at tbo following rates:   ,
IW P,frdyr....-.,r.....-..i._..»- W
.      'WVHK    ...h._* n..».......»H... 9 UU
J Single Meals......„....M.„.„....HH„....H   tf
BfiTs .,..„'..,. „    * •
*_Lt_ood accommodation for Ladles and
families. .... mytto
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
" * ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.
REMOVED
l»»-to shop' latily oocnplW ,*. Mn;Dsioy,,
■ Columbfa 6ti»e™    "™*r
Call and examine bur stock and prices
before buying.   Wccnn'l be irNBEISOIJI
In the oity.  RepalrlnsMir all kinds neatly
W. PROTHERO A CO.'
sejjjo        ,     ,   ,
J. W. HECKtEY
(NEAR MERtJHXli'fS' .KJtUltlEf-L
MANUFACTURERS,
•"'""•'-AHftJ-
UPHOLSTERERS
Sprfng ind Wool MittreMM Ml
;: 'BeddlD*; slwsjri oi kind.
HAVE ON HAND THE
tAIIIKaT AN* - BEST STMH or mt
MITIBK as TBI UDUn,    '
Hardware Bedraam lilies,  la All,
Ukerry, Wslnat, ar Babesaay.
Estimates for Office and Store Fittings.
An experienced upholsterer has been
engaged by tbo Arm, who are now pre-
Knieil todoull kinds of work ln theup-
oliteryllne. . f djlylto
The Gas Company
respectfupy; || ||r ni
the Publife tha* they
are prepared to do
Gas fitting at lowest
possible fates consistent with -|o6d workmanship.,
TTJRBS,? G|iQpiS,
&c, now on hand.
lEF Orders may bp l-ift nt
tfe CoM}>i»^f^*<MHtl-
brook .Stone Building, or at
RAND BROS. ,
J. L. STAMFORD,
d-Jlyaito   . .',     . .' .' J   MANAGiR.
TS HBREBY GIVEN that application
X will be made tothel-Cglnlatlve Assembly ofthe Province of BntUh Columbia,
at the next leulon thereof, for an Act to
Incorporate a oompany for the purpose of
ooDitrootltiR. managing ami maintaining
Water Work ti Ui« i«-rmloal polntof (V
Canadian Facllo Railway dn (foal Harbor
and English Baf, and for the purposes
thereof granting to tbe said company the
pii-rltege of taking water from Capllano
CrMk-Burunby Lake or other suitable
points, with power to the said company
to build flumes,aqnedncU. layplpes.ereet
dams, ocqulro lands, and do all other tots
and things necessary for the purposes
T""*'    EBBr-W-VTAYU....
Solicitors for Applicants.
Dated September Mth, 1885. deWo
IIIAVB ArPLIEDTOTHK MINIRTEIl
of the Interior for a license-' to ent tint'
berontbe following lands, embracing Ir
all 1000 aores: „   ...
S. W. Y, flection 11; Towashlu IA
N. E. fnicllonal part Bee II, Township 15
N. W. •/, Section 12, Township 15.
H. fniclloiuil y, Section 1.1, Township 15,
■fH.y,fleotlon lh,Township 18.
All situated In Now Westminster Dlsltlct,
n: to.       n.
Langley, I0lh Mm, HM.
H. WKflT.
Si   -
nnlRml
Executor's Notice!
■a Ihe asaltur arilw CslMe aTV. KlmMe,
iU, 'PBBSONg HAVINO CI.AIM8
A ogulnsl tbe Estate of Ihelntc P. Klm-
Rlo arc reiiuestcd totiresentthcsameon
or before tlie 16th day of December next.
and all persons Indebted to the said Bs-
tins aie renuested *o settle the some on or
before llio said date. O
H. M. COOPER,
New Wostmlnstor', istow. 10','into,
MR. ZED. SMITH,
CITY SCAVENGER.
CESSPOOT-a.Jtitp YAHDR CFiKANEn,
■itii-i Cnlmiwys iwopt.  .
itnoliHfl
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN,* BEAiEBJCN
Frail ind Orninratil Trees,
LADNIRV LANMNO,  B. O,
rrtHj; spbhcribeR wishes to in-
i. form the people of British Columbia
that he has established a Nursery at Lad.
ners* Landing, and Is prepared to Oil
all orders ror Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Trias, Shrubbery, Vines, .small Fruits,
Ac, Trees Imported or home grown so-
H»
Jndset-
II hatw
his personal attention.
aulJJJto B. HUTCHERSON.
c. Mcdonough
:i:'Vj
having taken
Lundbom's Balldlng, Front St.
, .(Formerly occupied by Kyle A Tllton),
IS ISOVf READY
to serve his customers and everybody
wltb os good, a stock us a man want* to
select from.
Dry   Ooods,   ttnreriea,   Prevtilsiu,
t'rocfcery* filassware, Boats, JU,
Come and see the new plftce, and let us
know what you thick of lt
dwociQtc c. Mcdonough.
"BLUE STORE"
WATCHES
ilie Miortncnt of Anerlcu 811*
TCI VYltChes, pat. dust-proof cases.
Flnt-tlteS Swiss Wtrtckfl, bom N
npwartl. '
j CLOCKS
,'w**»*f-«'_aK.*((-.
solid walnut eoaesj latest Designs.
Alio. Both TkomM' Klckie Altrm
(lloeki.
•a-AHICt ASSORTMENT DF JEWEHY.-«
Fl.rWalohi™alrlM«*J»"lslly. All
Wark Wawame-U'.
SET Remember the plsce-the "Blue
Store."
dwauSyt        Columbia St., New West.
ESTABLMID 188».
..    SJ
R^BT. DICKINSON,
I B^TOIHERr
»e»rlf Opposite Ike Colonial Hotel,
•    'NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LAROBBX iAND CHOICB6I
sssortmsnt of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Rcstaimnta, sad Steamboats atthe
LOWKHT POSSIBLE PUICBS.
LAND RKGI8TRT OBDIMXIK, Itt*.
Ha.
Na.ll.aiMkU. farlatlllr
a t-Ma, l>-*Mil*trarfawr
IKcIlM
•oarer.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Titlo of Caroline Meiers to tbo above
mentioned Lot has been lost or destroyer!
and application has been made for n du*
plicate thereof, notice Is therefore bcrelry
sIwk that a fmshoertllloete of title will
be Issued ln Ilea of Unit so lost or destroyed, unless oause be shewn toJtheoonlmry
within One mouth from the date hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG, I
Deputy RegiNlmr,
Land Registry Office,
■ 1 New Westminster, Mill Nov., tm.
dnoSUiiil
FORSALE.
T"«MS^SSf-8S*5
iiesl the Holbrook House, Front Street,
doelitc
Farm for Salel
A N -IMPHOVID FAJIM, FOR g^tft
A cheap, and on easy terms, with of
without the stock.
'J    ._ M. NICHOL801T,   j
dwoc7tc Mount Lehman p. O.
FOR  SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST fcf «b.LANO-
ley Saw and Planing Mill; mill in
good order. For particulars apply on ths
premises'-.       ■ Hi WEST,
Or, Messrs, DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplSo    -      AHELMCKEN, VletoHa.
F
Fpn nvir,
IROM THE FIRST OP NOVEMBBR-
anB-roomed House on Agnes Street;
Also—From the First of Deoember-a
large Storo. with basement, on Columbia
Street, centrally sltnated.
Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LandAgent.
FOR^SALE.
The Str._^CMyiM
This well Known river steam-
er, well found and In perfect running .
order,is offered forsale as she now standi,
For particulars apply to
W. a TOWNSEND.
N. B.-Thls would be a One chance M
farmers to form a joint stock company
and buy a steamer for tbelr trade.       .tis
 dwnoliinl r    .   .
Forget
1 SPAN  DARK BAY MARES, * and I  I-
1 rein old; good travellers; wont single
or double.
a 1 Bay Hane,8year-sold: workselngle w
double; nice ladles'or gents' saddle horse-
very gentle.
Frsserrlver. , .. '■■ :i
M-TtSmm',mM- ,*-"-"*ta- *»
AIso-om .m ue-auik lattssat m
•Mrwsiwewfaw.^j^j,^   ;
New West., Not. llth, ism.'     ilwnoUtc
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—OO TO—
A. DIEBEL'8
FRONT STREET, Orr. C. P. N. W_us».
dse22to
-_ST'S^!CIT' f^'l V%'
TOTICEI8 HEREBY OIVEN THA*
II an application will,no mods to tha
HTlslatire Assembly of tha Provinoe of
filsh  Columbia  at  Its next —-
for an Act to incorporate a Company to
build, maintain and operate a line of Hallway from airrae oonventent polat In or '
hear the City of New, Westminster lo
somo convenient point near the Mh
parallel of North latitude, satwaen Sami-
ahmoo Bay and Township le, in the Dislrict of New Westminster, Piuviass cf
British Columbia. ;,.
New Westmlnster^Mth November, UK.
dno_6w6  - *    * Agent,lorApyl)can-i.
XTQTXOEi.,.
WHEREAS I HAVE BEEN APPOINT-
ed receiver of all the pstsonal W
late, elftcls and aredita, InqliKUag book
debts and all other chases ln action doe
or accruing due lo William Isaacs of Mil
Hammond, by virtue of ail order to th*
Conntjf Court of Victoria, dated ths Hit
lay of September, MM. sll persons an
hereby warned from receiving, taking la-.
to possession or holding any of the sold
estale, or from paying lo Ihe wid William
Isaacs,'his agents or servants, sny moa*
Ies, or frara disposing or In aay dial.
Ins with sOld estate.
ft Is also provided by the said order that
ollpenonsludobted tothe said aetata or
having In their possession anyemotaor
the said estate (other than what Ma been
legally disposed of), are to pay, deliver or ;
ncooaat fortho somatome.    .'.
T. I. ARMSTRONG.   ' .
Deputy SherU.
New Westminster, E C,
Oct. flth, 1-M,
Change of Business!
John c. bunte
TAKES THIS OPPORTUNITY OF
thMnkhiK tho Public for their kind-
ness and pafrunnge ln the past and bespeaks the continuance of the same to hlK
suocessort
W. E. FALES,
Who hopes to see all old friends and make
many new.
All persons Indebted to J, g. Bunte aro
requested to make Immediate settlement;
and all claims against him should be presented without delay.
if yon have carpels to .new snd lay, window blinds to make or hang, pictures to
ftftino, Ac, Ac, please give us a nail.
Tm-h-ih-*.^.
»t. rn r/\__r.o,
Next door to A. M. Horrlnit's l>rnr store,
Columbia St., N. W., R C.      dnoStc
BOYS WANTED.
TWO   SMART   BOYS  WANTED AT
once lo sell the Dally Columbian.
Apylynt This Office. dnuMlb
Bwry Nu to his on siiiseu
J^.   PEFiTig,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA  STREET
wpf. ooho-nAb botxui
HEW  WKSTJIINSTl-B,  B. 0.
Pkyilelin'PNwrlrttaM utlMi.
Ur RmI-tn t Iptdhltr.
N   B. -Only Oonulos Dro|S naad.
0%er twenty Toms'Olliarliao**, j Ssrfl.
Public Notice
New WHtmiukir MHio lAnif.
fW.  UNDERSIONBI) (tHANKS TO
the kindness and wmlmtsn of Ihe
ayor and City Council! two weeks ago
-- •■ ''--TSwioXIWaiy.aiid'aiH'
T'
Bs
re<opoiied tbe rubllc Llbrnry.and talis
this opportunity to ofkr ao ta-riMUsalo
residents ot New Westminster to pay him
a vlsll. repen and Hagaslnce (rasa all
directions are reoelved for natrons and
visitors, and Mon will bo added In ewe s
reasonable support Is oMalood. the
terms arc ID cents a month, fa odeum**,"
papers, Ac, are paid rorln advance. lWs
will amount toaboutaeenuaday.orthe
(hj.i of on. cigar for se veil .layl |»rmlselj;
I,, «ee now, from all ow th. world, sad
olo_.nl bnnk. «hlch may bo chanrJ
evory JI honr.1 mere Is no -ompolelMi
about this, hut tkoss Who believe In settlor! In TOI of Ibe rata and wbo eon enjoy
a decent nre will .louMleseapprwIal. Aft
Institution. Udles and strewn are froe,
so doubtless all the parties Who believe In
Blue Ribbon will corns forward otiwe
and loin th a attractive affair, bothtor
their own oredlt and that o/otherj. Apis
one.oomo all, and you will ho attended lo
by line who can snap all classes,vis.:
Vniii*. Respectfully,
HENRY W. HtWHI
New West. Aug. 90, l«W. da NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THISDAY.
Notice. OorboUld&^MoColl
Lifo Assurance...
,.y. Edmonds
g
gailg $ritisli^oJuii\hwn
Friday Evonlttg, %cco«_*er JVtst*. -*'
The New York Herald lias this
curious item: '.'Lost Saturday night,
ut the dinner given by Com-uissioucr
Webb, of Vasliington, to President
Cleveland,'tK*e' illness of justice Carter caused thirteen' guests to*l_it at
the same table. President Clove-
land was superstitious about it, bo
Mr. Webb seht for his son to rti'ake
the number fourteen. On the same
night Hr. Klkius gave u dinner to
Mr. Blaine1 it. •flSi_.it*>. The ali-'
sence of one of the invited brought
thirteen; Briefs to the ' table, and
the deficiency was made up by ei
draft oi» Mr, Elkins'family. This
may be regarded as a singular coincidence."
The ''SMe-JrMkefl'' City.
Our esteemed cotemporary of the
Vancouver.. News, in hia issue of
yesterday, publishes what lie labels
a defense of farroticio dectifting
that this, eity had been "hopelessly
side-traqJ5ed"'ljiy the C. P. E. In
tone the reply is somewhat more
moderate than the article which we
had occasional-*'.criticise, but it is,
scarcely less foolish, Our cotemporary, who has jjyHf«|tIy!riuchjje|t6:
learn about the affairs-of British
Columbia. suv*. we. In^'t.not, in apy
respect ansiifered liis • "argBmenra,"
and then boldly declares tbat New
Westminstert hostility to Vanooii-
ver is "too' well known to be con-
tradicted.Jj Vety.likely our cotemporary iriagines that this "too well
known ti"be contradicted" is» powerful argument, and will expect to
see it anlw-asd-too*: We repeat our
declaration- of Tuesday, that oiif
cotemporory's. charge is not true;
and we Mk him either to substantiate it by proof (not assertion) or
to withdraw it' New Westminster
has never exhibited anything but
friendliness towards the new city on
the inlet,5ftlid thisfWr young cot*Sm-,
porary might have discovered if he
had taken paiits to inform himself
before "tfWtinj' upon a subject of
whioh lie seems profoundly ignor.
ant.   In support of his assertion he
asks: "D_*_*. (ftvrjP0BrjMVA!'')
know thst it is solely owing to the
litigation forced on the Canadian
Pacific Kailway Co. by certain leading resided!* of New- Westminster
that the track has not been laid
from Port'Stooiry to English Bajrr
Oertainly-we-ate fully aware of this,
but what has it~t*r *> with our M-
t-...r-.n.r»'o -'---.'^-ag'U-ist JNow
Westminster) Are the people who
have stopped the 0- P. R. extension
the city of New Westminster, or
have they been in any way author
ized by the city to place an injunction upon the extension! If not,
how can jottt'cttoewporary hold the
city responsible for their action"
These men have joined issue with
the C. P. R. Co. not us representatives ofthe city of New Westminster but as Part.Moody property
owners, and this city can no-more
be made responsible for their actions
than Vancouver. It is quite if eU
known that for a long time Mr.
Sam Greer, who is a resident of
Vancouver, has been maintaining
an attitude of hostility towards the
C. P. R.' and lias embarrassed the
company much by obtaining an injunction restraining the company
from carrying .the railway through
propertyj" mh-eh he olaims. Mr.
Greer is not acting alone, but has
induced quite a number of people
to unite with, him by becoming in
terested M!,the "property. . Are we
justified in saying that Vancouver
is hostile to the C. P. R. because
Greer and othdr citizens of Von.
couver have blocked the progress of
the line! We leave our cotemporary to answoUr aad if bo answers
discreetly .hew' wlll-lwnon'ied of-
further remark on ths subjeot.. But
our coteinpornw furtjier declares
thnt the, J-rtplB of New Westminster "never fail to show tlieir enmity
when nsket for An opinion of the
city (Vancouver),,by, visitors,who
having arrived in the province may
happen to pAwHed- tb the Roysl Oity
first." Tliis is an exceedingly vague
charge, .(fen HmNsuss mention the
names of any of our citizens who
ever misrepresented Vancouver to
strangere,°»"ci«i hi. fartiish any particulars by whicli they could be identified* If he cannot, he must excuse us Ar .jd/_|J«_.i» asuspicion
that his is*S-WUk Smot well.fonnd-
"' ed. There may be unscrupulous
persons prowling, about.this city as,
well as V-Hiou*-..,, an) some of
them would doubtless take.satisfaction in deceiving any person who
oame in their way, hut surely our
ijotemporitfjf, ;ca,___ot liold , a whole
city respOWbte'wrr'Suoh perionB.
We are 'glad, our ootemporary has
given the*.,' alfSttrance of his own
friendly sen-iment towards this city,
and we hope nothing may Occur to
diminish 'ffi'Wk,, Ijii fM-ttyle of last
Sunday it__iak lis al containing assertions iMUj^ly.' unfortunate for
a person ,'who felt well disposed towards thiit^i^ jot' flM-rbua of nwiu-
taining-rfl-ftt^rtj^blii. ,-jetfci.t
our coter-rpon-ry ran awajr either
with theSmPh tl** we are »fraid
of any "<_"ifp_NiBH«t tr-UtUn" he meijr
tell about us. ' Therel;'nfikgkelet(>n,
in the citYKtl»i«t.f JWttoourt pub-
■iV.'HUll ,:.'.JjSt:     t'
licity and ask every one to examine
for himself the advantages and resources of the Royal City. Our co-
usmpoiMy.. (jj^Mrfiictly. .j-elco-MO-tp,
give utterance to 'all the truth he
knows%boift us-jjj-hut let it be the
tru.h!j»f    i     i   .,,'
In addition to our new stock of spring
goods we have opened an invoice of
Diagonals, West of England Broadcloths
and   French  Casslnsns. Walsh's
TAtioniSd'EMKartliC""    ' dnoWtb
^UPr
■0&
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i.1 application will be mode to the Leg-
IsladveAsBemblywtfleProvince of-RH-
Ufih Cittuiobla, at IU next session, (or an
Aot incorporating ttio applicant* with
mifflclent powers to enaWo thein to re-
cluim certain lime!** Htuate in tbe District
of Now West miu iter tn the Province of
British Coium hi a.whleh maybe desoribed
an all Uiosttt-B-w.qf »ttf>-h tuid me»#V;
]iuulbehiB8Ubjeci;lootBril<.w^indl»oUt6d
Eortlonn of uptanxl "eomprlKoil within the
oundurU'H of tho tame, bounded as follows, viz.: ,
Pint, Wcstwnrdly and Northwardly by
Pitt Hiver and Lake; South wardly fcy Fn*
scr River: and Kaatwardly by the main uplands of Townships 9,12. and 42, ot Oroup
One, New-weatinrnster District.
Second. Eastwardly by Pitt River and
Lake, und Westwardly and Northwardly
hy the Coquluum River and the upland
of Townships 3D. 40, and 41, of QzouujQnc,,
In New Weitnitolin DMriot atofesaid,
nnd Southwardly Vy the fras6i'Tlltver.*'
And for imposing charges . or. osbcbh*
ment-. upon such of the said lands as muy
have been granted by tbo Crown, proportionate to lhe benefit which may be fl*
11 ved therefrom, to satisfy the cost thereof, upon such terms and aubject to suoh
conditions as maybe Just aud for enabling the applicants to acquire aud hold
any such lands whether granted bv the
crown or not, upon sueh terms ana conditions us shall seem Just,
Dated at Now Westminster the 25th day
of November, 1886.
CORBOULD A McCOLL,
il-iicite Solicitors for Applicants.
Canada Life
ASSURANCE  COMPANY.
■ESTABLISHED   1847
Capital*Funds, • $8,000,000
Annual Income, • *i,400.ooo
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
unpointed Agent for'tlie above Com*
{ran? Is now prepared lo receive applicn-
I6ns. ,,~—x -, -*--}>-. '—.■ i
:Th« stsinlInf ami business of this Oom
pany affords to these Insared'Therera •"
.1  Absolu.«. Security,
Combined with the -irwesl ■alsa smi
Hllkesl Dlvlieill-s jkni ll'If.
1IENRT V. EDMONDS,
In the East.
JUST ARRIVED;
THK FIRHT INSTALMENT OP Mil.
, McPhaden'* purahaees in the East
has Just arrived. This shipment has
been hurried throurt speclallr tot the
Christmas and holiday trade, and consists
of choice and well selected Uoods, suitable for this season of the year.
Heavy invoices and bills of lading are
Justto hand direct from manufueturcra,
refiners and packers of Goods, now iu
transit across the continent, nntl when
this lot arrives MoPhaden will carry the
best-assortment of
Staple antl Fancy
Groceries
In the  Province,   and  sell   nt   prices
never before touched In British Columbia, 1
1   .    ■■   .liloll i;-t!a>r.: I •  I 9th Hfl0|
Coal Oil.     Coal Oil
A car load of ttlh jMh'otnf high test' Mnow
Drap Coal OU direct from Cleveland,
Ohio, expected dally.
SUQAR. SUQAIt,
A car load direct from refinery of Bn-
eats. Syrups and Molasses expected on
■JCnmji. A .7 2? VM*-*?.
Just arrived direct from Yokohama, ox
"City of pekin," a fine line of Japun, Eur*
llflbBreakfast, Young Hyson, Oolong and
Gunpowder Teas; -     *i."  ■
•VCall ahd examine ottr (ioods before
purchasing yonr Christmas supplies,
D. McPHADEN,
Importer, Wholesale & Retail Grocer.
NEW WESTMINSTER, IL C.     ddelta
AFTER DINNER.
lYi-M-tiN ulio suffer from Indigestion
can wT'--.t the progress of tbat painful
malady by thu uno. of nn nfter-alnner
bill, so -.cmmo.-ji.-l that It will givo toue
to thc stoiuncli, prevent hoartburu- rouse
tho livor to liiiiilthfiil action* Invigorate
tlio kidDi-yviiiritliiM, through the activity
of theso ovstsnii,( promote the nntural
movement of the Atomach and Ixweb.
Avitt'e PiLts arc m coinpouudeil tlmt
their nitlon, tliougli mild, eilcctuolly pro-
uaccaliie nbovo ntstilts. Tbey afto, in
curing Constinntion, remove the cause of
BilfuusneRH. Liver Complain^ Kidney Dta-
HKe,I-hi'iiniatl.'iilil and iniiuyotherw.,iiou<i
llMhltty-        ■'**   •   ■ '       "*•     J >
nltmeiits.
AYER'S PILLS
contalS lln nilniTiil nrrr poisonous s'uh-'
stance,, mid iin not j.Tlpe iibiesi tlio
bowels nre lljrltnlcll, nnr! even llli'll tlieir
liifltieiire Is lionUnc. To continue tlieir
cflrret In consllirnli'il in- r-ln-onli! cuses, llioy
neeit only lm taken In iliiiLfnisblnK lusleml
ol inc'miulii" iIiikijs. Krrr'nrtllffen, li*lll In-
linlilt-litn or traveler., in (.jmrai'ly settlcu
coiinlrlin Micro plmli'liins 'il* not »t
Inmil, tiiey ure of iiii'-iiiiuili-o vsluc.
There Is linrilly a slrliiiess t-Hiy will not
nlltrvlnte, mul in most cases cure, If tsVon
lmimptl}'. To young slrls Just- unterliiK
uuon wnnniiliMKl, liniliit wonicii who»o
period of innlernlty Is drawing to » doss,
Ayer's 1111s, In modemle doses, merely
j'lBclent to ensure regnlsr sctloti ol Ilie
bowels, will lie found of ■■
incalculable Values .
i*hiM»«iimi/?,VV if,'
Dt. 3. C. Ayer - Co., Lowell, Muss.
.86M by nil Druf^c't'li.';'. !J'l;'„
(l-RTOAY)
" - An"Enfertainmeht will be given by the- Popular
,'*.'.\-_\\TA   ' ' '
u
OperiihRWitH 'the' Funny Act, entitled,1
illlO %"
BW
'■vl -'HI.H  ■'••"e""1'-'-' :*'**"-c.r
     Ip&laltWSWfthefoUowiingArtists: ;   _
Ul|lAilpa»«Mir -^-W-IEFffiEf- C
. •''       The ^vu-jpeaij^pepiJiljfts, in tlieir Famous !§||*<-lles. !•   ' [ j j Jj (9
PHIL I1EBI.E and nil-VARD ELLA,  In their Grotesque Plantation
• -Sketches, ■    .\V ,.i lmtjf.  ■
MINNIE GRAINOER, Our Ohaming Vocalist:''      ( ■
MISS AGNES THORNTON, Soubrette. UIOAJ
Tli^'-wlyjnilY filipBT, the .Great (go-nedian, in1 liis Utest Hits,   '"
The Evening's Entertainiioeiit vill conclude with the Comedy, '',', ',
:iiHirt^i#!_pi:o_ESfw;  .
By the Entire Company,
Resei'ted Seats at Z. S. Haul's Stationery Store.   Prices, 50 ond
■mmis,'... s i     hai_-_^*42tc>'
 k
mmm,
■Vrftt' M* ttfiL't) AT IHB, ': I
DP ILL "SHED
DECEMBER 16 AND 16.    .
IN Alll OF THE B^Ll TOWgB
PAIIt OPEN ATi P.M*. "
Admission,   ■   S_5 cents.
■ Chlldren^w1^! Parent^, Free^   ^ ,
8DPPER ttwSto7| price 50cintii.
Wfdncsiia. Evenlni: i     .,   ,
A CONCERT! Ailmlssioli, BO cents.
ThiHds) Evening: ":% ,,   ;1
1 BROOM DRIIX, TABLP.AUX, Stfri-
TATIONS, OHRiaTMAS THER; lA<J-l|
mission, GO cents,
•jjkjOjsirtritfl-t Concert, ',   .",;';, '',:;
r Contributions for any of the Stalls will
bo thankfully' received by Mrs. Dickinson
or Miss Woods. -j   dno_7ld
Olivet Baptist Church
WS-THAT-S*
P bis^fticPoF^1
.I)nr>i! no win
fff*c&wuinstfeF
_i  io  ,*jnibliu3  sno:3
r PCS9H
JUST IBSUKD BV •
I   I     lUitulNIA Lv   t-S_ ■>
llllilfi':
I'
Price, $1.25*
This Map has heen produced at
great cost, and gives » vast amount
of information never before available respecting the most important
distriot in the Province.
r**'*!*--..-!"'!-*'*!, --^
Ther new Map shows tlw latr
surveji, the latest roads, the line of
the 0. F. R, and extensions.
BUYAOQPY*
liinlttj, PDBUSHjsD jjY
Benl! E*(»t.i IMiraDfu iU
Plnancial Agentm
■new wj^wtifei^vyitfctfevi^'.1,!
AND^O?'''-*!*'
'   >Qft 8AUE AT
T. R. Pearson & Co's
,'   l> .ll.'-ITXr-l M .11
P
llCKITillllWP^
YpfM
..(-.OkijV'/iJJg   .  .
SALE-A   LARflfc QUANTITY.
ApP'1-;*?; ,w;■_ *^NBl.l.'l>,
Yortek Club
UkJDER A COMMITTBH^RuMANt;
ngement.a QriBdrilIeCIaDiiai.bcen'
organized In this City.
I .Tbe Club meets every alternate Tuesday
aiid promises to be a complete success.
it-
tMMSISyM^
ifble eKHef J tb"Mr. fi,1 WOODB, Bee.r Mr.
Ai It. GREEN; or Mr. GARIOCH, Pres.;
(rom whom full particulars onu-be .obtained. : dnolOml
lord's Dajc|^,^.
SERMONS BY Bev. T. «. Bskrr, 'rrl 11
u. m.j Bev, W. Bans, H„ A., nt 2:30
p. m.j Bev. A. B.Bsaks, ut " p.p.
"■■•"»-,   ,_41w!-«4_j.B. .il
Monday Evening, Dec, 13,
A GRAND CONCERT
J>t*-_V VIcllSftiA CTf6tfe!'aii(l Others.
• TJOKETS, for CoiVeerti biid DbllSir iricii.
J-ftia_it»»BIII|><**-J ff": ''\ *''»°'8*j' t
odh
lUUKBitHiPOBIWIN
91rB !
-ll/.i'*!)
WML
taeMiisse.
CRQC£Bffi$
RECEIVED IN DRY GOODS. ,
In all shades and material ol' DRESS
OO0D8,' including. Caehmeijcs, Mcriii'
Silks, Satins, BlsMi ihd Colored V»lv«.
teens snrl Plush A.' * d}!TrQNS(bleache'd
knd unlil_«olj(«-l), . I_1_.I_.GS, BUS-
TONS, HOtUNDS'.'i-c. Grey, White,
Scarlet aiid ChselnH*¥'MNNKl8. ' _ttt
DIES pLOVES, In Cotton, Wool, Silk
and Kid. Ladies Merino and Lamb
Wool. Vests. liUHISBYS, all frie*..
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish Linen,
Brilliants, Ac, ko.
Men's Clothing!
For   QuhIUjf, 'Htyto,.Pit and Prlcft,
can't be tout-hud.    ;   mil IU inu. ,<-. ■
MEN'S FURNISHINQS
In every Line.. Cotton, Merino and
Wool Underwear, White Hhirts, Cuff',
'Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigsn Jackets, *c. ' Also,. Cotton, Merino, Cssli-
men, Iwmbs Wool and Knit SOCKS, in
groat Vttrietv. ■'' " ;,: "'"": '''''"'
Also, HATS and CAPS,  Ladies' and
Gents'   RUBBER GOODS   and UMBRELLAS. _
r-T1—;~r<T< 'T
In House Furnishing- Goods
:&&*,, jtk_i ^i-nWisimW^
Rlil|».*»ld Mountings, VfMml Holland
(BiiTf.'Orecn and Strl|red),. Damaiik and
Cretonnes', *. SlieeUngs, Towels,, White
Couuterpsnt", Bleached and UnhWched
Table Linens, Napkins, TiokltrM, Blankets aud Arctic-down Quits, Table Cloths
sndCovers. „     ■
1\ GROCERIES
Everything found in a first-elae* Estab-
lialiment, and none but tho bent. Canned
OtrH»i^^Meat«ian(lVettet41)le8.
KXIfl ion n. -|irli . ■.< . ''im
I doa't ufTer tmtmp tJoort*., I ttoothay
Ihew or keep ikeiu, liul I after yam tke
bent and al the lowcxt jirlce they can he
MM al, »nrt ron _,tt**et wr ttptenntt.
~.  (liinWlc '
eMilta
Just Received by C. P. R„
f  in*nj«i*m ' vivihvi
*'!i,^#!in«8ite^
slilfliiJ-isK bat amni- i!l-
la
.. These Sz-Stavisymete seJeoted,.% Mr. E.
S. Sooullai p.er_,Qi$lly,'--|nd are frotii the
06lelpf3(Sfir|y&'fyfo Bros, %ftPfa,
Ontario, WhicS is a guatftsfe' tbat thfey
Ican't be beaten iii; :<j*i^Ut^ or 5?heapneBs.
Now as the Stove SMson is drAWfflgltPi^
•^r,%d%|||^o^| 'intend to carryiVaayi
Iffieatirig Reives pyk; till next seaio^'we
are offering these Stoves at.J-MIi_.ES NEY*.
ER ISEA.KP OP -PEFOftE■l-IN,, JH1
CITY^,!,-4tMjXj/4!# stook..,mustjube
|^ed ont withosifecWay, it-wilt be to your
[interest' to cpiiie'«e>BiiyK^ndl.ls^rie.;B^R'
4^^Kii.■';-!»■- '''■:      .-I .    i.-.lf,"a I |HDMO«aTM.
We alse; carry the Ingest and best se
lected stock of Cooking Stoves, Ranges-
Tinware, Brass Goods; IronPipe and^it-
itings in British Columbia, and our Ghoods
are pUitW4dl%l IffiWJI
[tition.       'i".'.'.'i:ri -■   laiCJJOO j .„«(* .,,  , ..     ,      ,
^.TinsmitMtt^ PHilrtbfilfg and Steam-and
BaSfFittiilp'dgfte l^fimfrelass Mechanics.
., ,We!ek»epyw ikirge b«s«ortrrient "of '"G-AS
i U_Mp andiBHANDEtlERS.
m    rp-;S.^qu!lar$tCoi
■- "--'■'       "     CtJiMbbbrjIt^ NewWe-toiriW-ii-'.fl.C.
I'-'-IO j 10 -VHJ00.9UW   i'.'l.b ...ill S.i •Vitil 18
ColnmkU 8t„ Ifew Westali-Mi1.'   iliiJWlS
j    n,.      ;■ rr J__hl_.   ''.'I    IK'Jt'|r).[    ll'ISllj-.^
HkVi^ffl-il.P-^'^iW0" -•"■-■
Foil nnd Winter Btoek.wilnvlie its- '      '
I,*.'.' i_wui.. *y^i_pK?*#*^"!*»»0, ,*!
'!'i»i*,i-_*-_fciii'' M™ ■'"•'''*"» l(l«
I-* >\. i-amatW nil   (I'l-lv.   .ilr.idi.'   'i-fl
-Ji
Gbai&ooHQUSll
OO" r  .11
l$fi oltfJhA YftJVlJR"3i"jg.
tfe'-§J-fe;**5 fe ,V; ^I'.i^-^^V: ^*n B*-v--sT-t->e ic ^ -'-'-©'ir.'-._;'
rn-j'*/    I .nlllK Viiiln«:-i .'.'■" 1      ;■      -ilia I    "•'•Clilin .::■.•
N17W    MFPri
Ladies' and Children's Ulster«, JftChets
at
led   na
*' 'Tlis Millinery is thu taest nnd largest Stock on tlie M_iinli»n(C . flp.
neeil to go to Victoria.    ' |   .im
W* call attention to the famous 8
ve at various prices—ST'IktSOo., 62Jc. am
nunjnmclyffiven though ^oakfdiiu »ea .water
rIf-ln'tlie.QJiiGIN'AJ- OOl/De,,, .,,, II
""   The GENTS' DEPARTMENT ii wMltlupiiUed-wit-i flefU Ira-
ces. Shirts. 8ocks. Ac, »n<i» m*1^ WsirttkbW stiiWu
len's tihttt An 'V"" .        jiliiisA iH)M>.liiiiiu
lensMats, ac. ..r:,,^^^,,^! ^ A _^
or boiled in soda, will still
^OYayHiig. OH
W1
UwocZTiiu
■'-'"' .^______t_______.
jJHAS.JJlPIIllMir-ft-'flWfc'
•iili-jrl?' .'ir'ujT  alnilKlTTTBifj"'
k_ih
At Cost and Below!
j :.'JJ j-jFOR rTH'B'rrNEXT:i;NiIN«|rY$(!&{B   Q1A$
'i,.)A'" I!Jl2'_fii2!jS.JjOmEiIDi     .itt-aMo **>-■*
Gam Roots, $6.50, sold for *5.O0.
* ■ ■    ■   - - ,i*rui$-tliuTtii*t-t'ifif*'-_'<
Wea's Bootm. H4.50, sell f«r $8.50.
Ladle*' French Kids. $6,§ell for «4.50
       I'nnoth-.itllii nloliin'idl -to., m
Ofli^mi^
-™~  '.llllrl'/.AIt
JAS. RQU-SSGAU
mtiiH
•HiniJImJI
IB PREPARED   TO   FURNISH   ALL
kinds ol M.maweatal vt.,_.
lie and Italian
Rougli and Fine Stone for Bnltd^lius. r-i,,u
Agent for Heller's OnuuneMnlViasier
-^S^^--s*5asiasyK
^^mmmm^'i^niM¥%i'u,\it\
fl.    ■; U. 'hJ'^l'*U   ">ir<
.-i!»y|ll vsitn'i 91IT
TAlLOKIt\«
. i i    il;*iin".iiJ   u:ii    *nl    Io
o gnul  rqB   |
apectlon of tbe finest selMtlmt of
[ril,.'lIIIOJ[J
.Iri'.r'uijf ijriiiii.-iTT; .STiTtt Jf. h.
Etsr shown In Haw Was*ml#Ui||i^,,-!«)|} Rw,
».aOODl-lT;»*ia,VM*Ho s-yle^elde"^,!        j.
'j|t tel."'*lAi*tf'K' m<n
^^^^^    Ihi nuirjfj
IS "lo noi-'-iju sill   ^a
o) odil snnfl
_iq ogbiid
I'luiii'iij gfliyhhe ,su
f ammo ... twU m$
'/ hnl j.lisini-ftS.raiflB'lo uoia
CARTRWflES.SHEUgASj/
IsttaJ     -Ui.l'l  •■ 1*.i.\ <V , l.iii-.n  ,lt.-'fi..i_*i   i.j;.j
RELOADING TOOLS.
BiWIrfJ     '/ill   \_______ ■',.    '";;.*    WOllfill    hjitU
, J
8PEci*t,;!:pBi^'r^r'^g**;l;,('*|j
QUANTITIES OF AMMUNITION. ,.._ "-.J
-ETAII.'llitaOrA^nfl.-ienlt.i.p.
WesR_tn|HHMMIIeaHMMasM<liisi .
xleorlirceeh-loHdtniil.laletbrIhedayar v   .[. ,1
week.  Alsa, BwltH Iter hire.   ., j   . , .:-..;;,,„Jj
CORXBE OHVBCI *€0HI«U BTS.
;,„ .-^Et*'," wbi-Mllillhrl*^    :":";'''J
Tin New liaa sure. .dm
pmwm
1: ■ n\ /i'ir.-i. m   una sniwuu
iWIWACmiU*lllN«WOF
I'l'l    -ci—___-.  *n..w.
JiluMiiwi.)T.._-,
.!m.i---'.i ' Bi   rf3-80Brodir ,iij;;ri:n   '(nil Ju
i eoaia anil 'o-fX    .-yhtoit 01001 iivR
New Westmiii&tef. B. C.     ■
iiledotq -it   htir,   ihj
viiyiUm iluiiBlh_ So tow
rsJid
j   j; 10 jJojj
^^^^^^^^^^it   l>'>jT>lf>|i   I
_toMiW1';-Wa|gbH8,'f «•'
J ".JTJJI.n   ,i\   linu ,VTOU»    .'i    10   Md
Deltvery Wagon*, ;no-j -j.j_.jj.
Top Buadesi'] °'u"' l"y"^ bi
ovntr   ilauSffl 6«ii_ljn_i .imuli rrd basai
Opea Buggies,     ,
loiyDI hi-iii ^il) nrfi ^fiiv:1
..Fuja i'li'lll  JilJ   io)   alli-JjIUI)
utcherCark,   ".:
Dog OI-Tte.'''"'mi"l T '"'"" ^i
,,a   1    |W»,™*.'I1 oAi I .... 0',"l..|r.J    BOgl
if J Dump Carta,
'AND  BVKEYTHIWO W THK I'
V-aacusuMi. '.i"< n . sii.b .
yi, hnve a top stoek of must tf   don
tlioanovearUelssion hand, also »'latss       rij
''"k"' W*gon ^(i-T^M^risJ,
Wheels, Wood ana Hardware.
,...';.        "r' r_r    ,f-iuiu   ,J   Jliiqq
KeMlrlng, VsMln A Ij*|p«ilr«J:„.,j,,,
doneatr«a»w->Iepr;ees., |h,.jpi)   „||pi      Js
In allIts Bniwhssi ull     4»lnl Iik.jijjII bull
I !M«a-J-i'4rV«- *on','_air<lt^c•:lan'llfl,  ***'"
Contracts taliem    Agtleulttiral' Imple-'  J""*'
Uusts made and tepairttl, and all: kinds • ' |.<„
UH-femwwk to-, S-*|MUI», j|»uhi|:„.r,,l
Camp, and Fanners, kept in stock; una '
tM,taMm1} y,^J,   S8"*™" >'
'I'HMtofS^Mw'rlVeeiewi,;'',.'.../''
, ....      ; j   .-IORBWK-i   , i'..jrr...;;.)  .0   III
'W4 also keep; ill Jstochto supply lhs. .mini
{?*•. Irtn>(;''*«UCTatastCi-mt>ifUni|j  n;il,
;KJ&VffifehSS' ««!»
fiprints and Ariel, and A eom|ilete sWk    '    ''
.Jl^iarriagoHardware.; 1     .tmoila meii'ioo :
'-Krtlos rsqniriog snyditngta onrlia.       j
will And 1-yiluspectMig our.MS,',«_*-., i.,„, I
****"■—*"—*** mlM- in  an ta Vlnt_n_rl__. tn
I'ijij. j.
prfUrt.'*'*'   X"
tfcsy.Jjit 'r^u&e logo to Vlmoria
•tptriei artlX rt 1 "MiMsbKi fi
Aperii    	
here.      ; mi rs.
We.realioiiunirf-ltorlnglvads-Wiij. unil
thebeleHrated    :c,).ii.iil -,(!i tnotlw ,noi*ului
TICT01 *MT MMK* Pint,\:' ■ '
/At reduosd prices. It is the best aiul '
ohfjfpast ?reai In tliss-wkei    .
»ir*aVie'llav««dttlisl)-Slwo-ln-l_nlo_«   rlqi-0
*afi«lhatw«eobldriisll,Kvl«*lineltl-i»   •
llmsa-i).  All,u..|.|rlal.!»,l--i.ri.l.a»ln»    ,
morapllyauenlkilloj'.     vin ' iWisSRIha Iw
dwodml R||D « bURRlC.' ""'"n THE
a______aHr_-_-B-__------HH
OAIUY. COLUMBIAN
Every
• U'.i JM**i''i
lllTIIH CllUMIII IIATHIIIIY Ml fSlNTIMO Cl.
At ths Company's Steam Printing Es-
•Isbir— **-■—*—"'
no _r«_uilo,-lIr. G. W. Jot-
laif,! ol Goodwin * Jordan, piano
wanhfaoturen, Victoria, is now in the
Iiry4nd
tabllsh raent, Columbia St,
Delivered In the City dally.
Mailed daily, one year	
Hailed dally, sii months.
.25o. per week
 '.....110.00
  5,60
will  remain till ■ Saturday.
Orders for tuning or repairing may
be left! AtMraW RrsW. store
Hr. JoManCuihsJ ll(g| "«ijeri?oco
in some of the best  American piano
and organ factories, including (thicker-
rxBVT-   U!i"»'; <tV\bt * .Son- and' Mason « Hamlin,
AOVimiM^.nttliTHI-Mr,  :   "   Boston, and comes with hrst-cuua rel-
 —        '"   """"" erences.        .'..'..,. ...   '       deltc
KimlooiKi School.—Report of
Ksmlo»pi PublicS«",»ol for the month
lObvember, 188C; E. "Stuart \frood,
*-^or.;^r4.-irr-t|IaudiB Otake,
Transient Advert Isemeats.-Flrst Insertion, 10 ets. per line solid nonpareil; eaoh
subsequent oonseeutlve Insertion, 2 ots. per
line. Advertisements not Inserted every
day, 10 cts. per line each Insertion.
suadlas. A4Vf.rlises.eits. -Roi
Business <a|P*r
wlllhereeal.«*
12 per month: 2 um. oo, „— . ,. ...
♦5.75; 1 eol. lis, If Inserted for less tnan 8
mos. 10 per eent. will be added.
apeclal Xetlees among reading matter,
20 ets. per Une each Insertion.' Specials
calling attention to advertisements,lOets.
perllne.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, tl for eaoh
Aaetlaa tales, when displayed, oharged
Jil per eent, less than transient advts, If
solid, oharged at regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY OOLUMBI
Issaed every Ularday Miming.
'ear.
Delivered In the City,
Mailed, per year..	
 .. J.per,—
Mailed, 0 months,
inui« ahhthim miu.
equont iaamdsS^Ws. pCrtlneP
suadlag ASlnrt_HB.eats.-For 1 Inch,
11.50 per month; 1 Ins. 12 per m.; 8 Ins. 12.90
E- m.; 1 eol. 112.76 per m. If Insertedfor
___ than 3 mos. 10 per cont. will be nrB.g
0 these rates. *****
1 Special notices among reading matter,
r its. per line each Insertion,
Jala must bo all metal.andforlargpouts
m eilra rale will be cJJ__|jaj*_ *r**»**v"-
nserted ln either Issuer
Piiilii -ffijfflft Colnmbian
Friday Cvealag, De-tamer 3, ISM.
The Churchman's O,
ler is out
About twenty passengers arrive in
..dtyd«lybyl^fl!Siv
The ladies of Tacoma are pi
Or a tissue paper carnival.
The Vancouver Noes hterteon very
auch imptMwlattiJSi%W*y respect.
The thermometer reads 60° to-day.
low does that strike our eastern
riends?
For Sale—Hotel doing a, goodpaytng
luslness; shaaji. ri.-***-5y ad' *«__#,
toraer * Gamble. jyUto
Oo to Protheto'a for Parlor and
[anging .tampi. Tha &wlju-wrt-
ist ovor imported. "-"■i'1 "noWdll?"'
Work was commenc-iebio.-4ay by
Messrs. Leamy & Oo. oii the new ferry
lip near tiie foundry.
N. P. Stramberg, tuner aud wgula-
»r of Pianos and Organs. Work
-aranteed. .J^/.orjdHfc^a §&
'•arson & Co s. dno24te
Tho    Toronto
tinted froi
>ere Isn't 4'Wiijhtl
loureic^iiiWritt.
The lacrosse championship for 1886
is been awarded to the Montreal..
Before de_ddia« oo tit* flan of your
w house look over the latest architeo-
ral designs at Mr. Hill's office, McKen-
> st„and oonilaae »co-«_-iy with utility-.'
d beauty. dw-sel3tc
TheViotoj*
ected uiLll. _i_.m_.ooi
eut-( .   .
is complimented for its precision in
ill and general efficiency.
mdon
he great fish canning region of Ore-
in." Hetu.iijniithet''3nff*«'!.-Tho
ould pul
Baltimore Oysters I   The real, gen
nsthingi.MBt   '
and delic
.site the Colonial
ow, some on 1 ______ "
How often do we hear of the sudden
tai termination of.a«as«i«l t-Joup.
isn a young Ufa might have been saved
«*■• p™*m* •mhitel,Sla^8mt)\
mil Be wise in time and keep a bot-
sot It
Ul offer for sale at his austin-MMM--
n rear of T. J. Trapp 4 Co.'s store)
.me valuable oity property and a very
rge lot of miscellaneous stuff. Par-
culara may be ssa»ln omfadwriitag.
dumni.
30th inst., 28 organisations were
ipresented. The conference adopted
.solutions of confidence in Gladstone
id in favor of home ride for Ireland
id Scotland. ,a*"1lil'.-.l    ttt
Piano
Wmhniii  Wood.'
ThWHil%»Second-
Edmui
1 Lily VVwd, » Hilda \Vood, 3 Edith
Wood.) Pari II.-lBennie Bdwardi,
2 Jennie Wood, 3 Willie Wood, r Part
I.—1 Ernest Dodd, 2 Artie  Edwards,
3 Tom Spsllmsn.   Number on roll to
date, 36t,bqysJ3, girls Sf};,. '.'.'
J.'ll.'jr       i *!****> -T— 	
lATBioAL,—Notwithstanding the
inolemency of the weather, the Concordia specialty company dad a good
house last night, and gave a very fair
performance.   It contained many wit-
tMlXromolaiiah1
,jj.<!i¥jl!ti,:'«9fflR9-ltio,n,
re audience immensely.
iln'to-nig|rrvfflli
  .. >-t^ £«<•.:■
every two weeks.
 Vi-Hltl.'-.i	
A SSab Case.—One of, t_w two Chinamen I arrested last awning for atoaW
L .i-si.sii,,i ni, s■, ,'-i-t„.,
ing is oho of the most notorious Chinese thieves in the. country. He is
believed to b«j .-^individual who hai'
committed oue iir two petty larcenies
around [town   ' "
tioiimsi di
which oould
ter    in
and tickled t
They wi
jown lately and who was chased
I at by officer HcBroom a few
The travelling correspondent of the
.ndon Tim** d^bsflEfflflerg
%•
ih sod, delicious,,
I. RoH-on/Wflli''
■H
•eoeivL- __
rtdW?^
Hotel,  today..
lors three excellent speoimens of his
skill in tatidermiilry, in tide shape of
threedeers' beads, stuffed and beauti-
*,*-■ !Hl/*Tmourfte^1J.^,i-KaS-tke
„v oti, « mule' • ■ deer of thar
Bockj mountains, the largest species
found ih Iho province.    It has*-fene
which it TKUjJSeoit stuffed aiirtnidun.-
ed makes it a very pretty ornament.
The owner intends sending it to friends
"Java Scotia, where it will almost
s> - -   ■'
nd!   Bi' wise in time and keep »T»l-   thijow the fu»u%*Mm»m in^
id Scotland.
Purge out the lurking distemper that
id.rmlni-1 h«*;,U#tW'tJ*Wlitntion.
vigor will return. Those who suffer
om an enfeebled and disordsiUMatt
the system, should take Ayer's Sana-
rilla to adahU'tUW** *•***.
tallty.
rK-nwu.wiiiii ,
Commoks Elbctiok.—Wo are author-
-d to lU-S-tt-tll-l -WMMIDhiiholm
in the field as a candidate for the
at in tiw-Ho-M of Ooimltsis.rtw
^red vacant by the death oft, our
te lamented representative, Mr. Hb-
er. dwoc25to
 • __»- • ■^-
FanoHT to Abbivk.—The following
light will arrive kmlHisstcrOlng:
car stook, 1 ear household goods, 3
sundries, 3 cars sui. _,,_,,
,3 cars rails.   Following Is due
.now: 4 cars gaa pipe forNanaimo, 1
sugar, 2 ears lundHBI,! klMiar 1MU.
socordii
UIISCCOI
fnsh-
*<>"4mmm>>'»™«'
« of a number of my friends I have
nientedit*fi-r.t»t*U ..* cMMWata.; '&"
rtiie «P*«*^il»4*MM*»J.
New Westminster In the house of
mmom. Early in 1887 I intend to
ing my family to tha dlitricf and
jo'me a permanent raaident,
iiDrataej*31"1""' «",T«lli
mds hu been appointed agent
city for the Canada Life Assurance
o Jlul. *s\T^"ffl!l&ftl$%
rid development since its establish-   ,
nt in 1847 hfHttiMVejuit*MtUMl-< )k1,uI'<
e.   The oompany has been fortu-
* to "W"*" .fBllHJtth^
__... ...-j, ,tl»a, .two
Severn attempts to carry
away articles from tiie store doors before they ta»k Jhe, Jn-qi and were arrested by Mc-Bro0m who, suspecting
their intentions, had .'been watching
them.   . „
r .i*  .
Retukn or thb Evangil.—We were
happy to iiteellj'C-jit.'Tarte of Seattle
on the straet |t^ii9_io*iiii^ and to welcome hini back -oh the old routo with
.is staunch littlestoamer the EvangeL
The captain informs, us that the Evangel' has received* tl|orough overliaul-
li.g from ic-laou to truck and is now
In bettor .condition for work than ever
she wai. ..Slio lias,better inadiinery
than before, her speed hasheen increased and; ber accommodations have
been greatly improved. In futuro she
will arrive every. Friday morning, leaving about npou for Vancouver, and,
will no! doubt soon work up as good a
a business as she had before.
lot* iTOJt'-t)AJiiolKs. — An.,ad
jourhed sitting of the county court was
held  this morning.. In the  esse of
Bangs  vai'^niit,.awtlo'n  to  reoover
es from tb, defendant for crush-
intiff-'a  b«t while lopdihx nil
ferry  bo** iti thj* sl^ju^sineiit tot
1*30 and costs was given for. the plaintiff. , The judge, remarked   that both,
crafts had stf«qlial • Wght lo the  slip,
hot even if it was exclusively for the
of the terry the proprietors of it
*' be liable . for dsmage. in a ease'
,   .   lijtid, on the a»me principle
that a man who would drive  his carriage over an animal lying in,his way
would be liable for injury to il.
3342 I    t<i!WimbL 111 J.j'.lJJ JJBIJ
J**rV(iOEEsii8TEV.— Mr.  Geo.   Mead
has on -}x(iMil^*"!-W***^'«l P""
, -BIiEGTO-BS
—OF—  ■
Hew Westminster District.
GENTLEMEN.—As a successor to your
late representative iu the Commons will
soon have to be elected, I hereby announce myself a candidate for the position.
I purpose publishing an address.In
./hieh 1 will give my views on the most
important questions affecting your Inter
ests, and will visit the diflerent settle.
ments and address tbe electors before
election day. ,
In Politics, Jam andvitll be thoroughly ntDBFEl-UENT,
Yonra respectfully,
T. J. TRAPP,
Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator is
pleasant to take; sure and effectual in
destroying worms. Many have tried it
with best results.
Personal.
Dr. McLean and wife returned from
Victoria oh the Rithet to-day...'
Mr. A. G. Gamble returned from
Victoria via the inlet yesterday,
'"'—. John Tnylor, of Port Moody,
cane in on the O, P. ,B. train today.
Mr. J. P, Pemberton, one of Victoria's pioneers and solid men, arrired
AUhe Rithet. jj
. Rev.|W. W.'PeroiVal arrived on today's steamer, and will preach the annual missionary sermons in the Methodist church on Sunday next. " '
> Mr. Robt. Ifipsott, the flsell-knovrii:
real estate brokdr and popular' councillor of the capital city, came up today to visit his old friends here.
Mr. W. M. English and Miss English were amoni; the snivels by the
Victoria steamer; slao Mrs. Sisward
of Viotoria, Mrs. Atkinson, and Mill
London.. ' ,
i Mr. Jas. Orr, of. Port Moody, haa
been spending a few days in the. oity.
It is about a year since Mr. Orr was
here| and lie is quite surpriied at the
evidences of progress everywhere visible since his former visit.
Why go limping and whining about
Jrour corns, when a 25 cent bottle of Hnl-
oway'a Corn Care will remove them?
Give it a trial, and yon will hot regret
it.'        ...   •
id are not as large as the
nevertheless thoy are vary
' ffif- fin
JtMfl
The ff til
i.-a*On
September last Mri. Churcher, of Ssn
Diejjflj. Pal., while traveling on the
w-iH *}f gan ^xrwiion
iy from Chicago to San  Franoisco,
toppedapairof,gold spectacles off
the tralf ng-ffi Part .Haner, whilB tke
train was running about 30 miles an
UN* it Bhe reported her loss to Con-
who found out a few days soo that the
spectacles had been found by a youiig
min ftom Esquimalt. Devlin called
on the gentl<tf»n>nd had the fjMij
oles returned to Mrs. Cnunhir, wnd
felt overjoyed at the recovery, as they
f area present from a dear friend,   A
MU
reward of (ICO mad* the conductor
and detective .^.f-MfiOoopf-.tlm,
I Bbak.^—Two "of the
itM^'g^i>jjj}vsM
p'ifi We' police co-uSr
id oharged with steal-
...   , .. . property tJ**il(r. Uac-
iSinolait,■,' 'g>*4cer.    OolumM-,
t. [IMVJMuis,  itl#rs,had
looking rooniuAwn tb. iee wkit
best tbl»g«».teal,aad in view
of (he nbaf.af ptosoli of Christmas the
good thiag
seaiurk'ey
ehuin was
Sn.
olosaby was
Charp one
ham wai
to have
could ni
Considered a
to'W,9VlJ«yd.1
gly taken(*ut r
-'-"'^•vSriilir
stsndin
!^$Wfo'-**[1l®*t?<
log 'sJoaTI that one would-
MM*Mt
nut it    , ..
have be^n as trflling aa the other to
Incur tha moral responsibility of,eat-
ip(Uhatthsm,.lh«ir honors wisehr de-'
idea thW both were equally guilty'of
—HIU nl 'MBfll'ii'iirid rcuii.'j In 'UOfMite egaluat the laws of htr ma-
Lin AssMiHOk.—Mr. H. V. Ed- jesta ,*• aieen, her eeown art dig*;
In TMyT ai<j&*^o*i^lh^;J_lS
n :.^»- ,*■
months jn 'he Hotel D. Morsatj*,:|.;•;,
■ 'W.„-.
ments of .!
■<V^,/t-k&,'■*&,'■
(.and blank forma of all,
all T. A. PeaniMi A Co's. * ..
A full lias of Canadian Hymnals just
tceM at T. R.PwrsoeA Co.'s  ool7to
•lommuniciitioiw.
,'   The Vanconvcr Lollerj.
o EniTORCOLUwiiusl--Woiildyoukuid-
ly state in your editorial co'umns that
the' "drawing" announced by the Vancouver City; 3and was withdrawn after.
the article VOU- published; against It ap-
neared. Monies received were promptly
returned. I uk this favor on ths ground
that 'you should be as willing to remedy
sn evil as you were to publish it. Yours
eincelely, Cau_>bbu, Shaw.
Vancouver, Dec. 2nd.;;,_
[We are very glad to know that this
lottery schema has been withdrawn, and
we, therefore^: publlab Mr. Campliell.
Shaw's letter wiib pleasure. Aside from
the illegality of these performances, the
moral effect of them is undoubtedly bad.
; MORNING  DESPATCHES.
Press Pespalekes.   (l
Pauis, Deo. S.-J-Advicea ,',from
Hanoi, the capital of Tonquin,state
that pirates at Hankai, massacred two
interpreters snd twelve soldiers.
II Dr. Colin of Paris resd a paper before the Academy of Science today
showing that the annual average number of deaths fron. rabies in France is
,86, add that since M. Pasteur began
his course of treatment tho same number of patients have died.. According
to official itatistics tho number of persons bitten by mad animals last year
in France wss 351, whilo M. Paiteur
h* treated 117 patients. Dr. Colin
cdhcludea that the Pasteur system is
of doubtful efficacy, and he is alarmed
for the results of virulent inooulation.
■BqbiUBBST, Dee. 2.-.-A «e* pint,
fotinlated here on Nov. 29th by
RuMiSn refugees from Bulgaria, headed by Zankoff, and having for its ob-
Jject the overthrow of the Bulgsrian
regency and fomenting a revolution,
"ina pftved abortive. ItpiiU refuiud
to furnish aft]) ihimey for tke enter-
prise. >' '.-*''. •:->'•*'.-■' '• i- i.i -'
I Sorij,, Dec. 2.—The deputation of
Bulgarian notables instructed by the
government   to   visit the  different
tion has started op lis tour, bisie-
ported that the deputation has been
instructed to demand that the powers
shall either coaaBut to have Prince
rWaldemar elebtea fo 'the Bulgarian
throne or elso permit the return nf
Prinoe Alexander. „.
Cbakuston, Deo. 2.—Slight shocks
tii earthquake were felt at Summer-
ville last night and this morning.
Tflbrewas a slight shock at Columbia
«* (.o'clock this morning. There were
If.Jfflpit disturbances ui Charleston,
one about 1 o'olock and the other ut 8,
-Blu shocks in Charleston made moro
nolii|», than .elsewhere. No damage is
a,'- reported in any quarter.
Tl..' Great French Remedy, Dr, Le-
'   Medical Pills.   The-e Hits are
,nded from the purest-drugs, and
oee only whioh are known to act
(_ffi3-1M "air•'tiglii
this means made fo re*
strength for y«i»ioany,
s for private circular.
A, P. 8.1.CoBTi»1,iCo.,
.._..  eft T. 'jl.Neelepj'Cid!
$ aer'slending! H. McDowell * Co., Van-
aSdAri :Plmlimy Jfc Co., Nanalmoi T.
Plekartl, Dcnntaa Hand; A. B. Johnson
Aak^CliemaluusiiR. 1». Kiohardsoa
anjfoliani W. E.  McCartney A Bro.,
IWB]
ir and Kamloops; Hustings Saw
Mill-jjCoj, Vanco,ujjrf|J,The VahceUver;
"     "    Vancouver! J. B. Lovell, Yalei
raw. Priest Valley; H. Clsrk
JWfcoflSi    tANOUKt    A  C6„,
ilesients, Vletorla,    ilwseSSyl
< tm wust «B»m: fonsiiriij-iiir.il.
-'-tae Creal lllu<ll'.il<il Briltak fiilam.
bia Mlll». k Call miriilv new l>a knot
al T, t. Pearsan * •'•'»•. »••» saeal. far
IheNalaiaad.aiWrin.rarl,,     '     ir
This Afternoon's Despatches.
rtnt.ftti^tnttt-i ■'.■■■'ii
SaM Fbancisco, Dec. 3.--Passengers
per ss. Mexico for Victoria: W. R.
Hifrgins, J. L. Sullivan midwife, T.
Taylor, Jas Carrol, Geo; Lebanche, D,
Marphy, P. F. Sheedy, Jas. McKean,
J. M. Orton, T. N. Johnson and wife,
J. D. Williams; Capt.' McLean, R.
Heath, A. FoUpy, A. Stelman, A. R.
Cowan, A. A. Riddell.
j Detroit, Dec. 3.—The Detroit Pipe
and, Foundry company's works were
burned this morning, together with
thousands of dollars' worth of machinery ahd patterns. The loes is estimated at Jf.100,000; insured for 1)20,000.
Nbw Yobk, Dec. 3.—The boom in
mining stocks oontinued to-day. on a
somewhat diminished scale, and speculation turned for a time from corn
stooks to low- jpriced securities. Among
those most active were the State lines
shares, Oriental & Miller, Seloer Cliff,
and Central Arizona, all of which advanced from 10 to 15 cents. To-day
the heaviest trading was in Sutro tunnel, but tht advance brought out so
much stack that a decline of five cents
was recorded from closing sale of last
night, j     *__,,■__■       ,-   '■■
BRO<*K>N,tMiie,-li»ec. 3:—Tke totai-
loss by Are here last night is estimated
at(._S0,000.'
Londob, Dec. 3,i-The Campbell
divorce case it in progress. O'Neill,
tbe man servant, adhered to the damaging testimony given by him sgainst
Lady Campbell.
A cabinet council wai hold to-day to
disciin  the  advisability of   further
{iroiecutions in Ireland like the one
nstituted at Dublin against John Dillon. The question of continuing gov?
ernment assistance in the work of
eviction waa alao considered. All the
ministers were present. >
. DoBtiN, Nov. 3.—The corporation
to-day adopted a resolution denouncing the oonduot of the government in
prohibiting the National League meetings at Sligo and elsewhere. Lord
Mayor Sullivan and Sexton delivered
addreises. None of the conservative
members of the corporation wero pres*
ent,.
Frdm Ptole fo Me
sVVUB'j  .'JAltr-AMBIIJa  liUB   dei_,..l_»l_-uk*d   hii
lm wur or liii* for all dticaact of the UootL
The Harpooner1* Story.
2ftm Bedford, Sum 1,1S83.
. Db. Jf, C. AVU ft Co^Twcnty yewn ngo 1
wan a liarpoowr In the Korili l'm-lfip, wl_i*a fivo
otbm of tlio crew and mywlf wt'ro laJit uu *.lh
scurvT« Our bodieii were blotted, gum_iiwdlt>ii
and Heeding, teeth loow, purplo Uotebea all
over ur, und our breath Kerned rotten. Take It
by und lingo wu wero pretty Imdly <ttX. All our
lline-juiqe was nccldcnlally ileMroyed, but -the
captain Imd a couple doien bottle* of At Hit's
B-insAi-lMUA ond mvo ui tliat. Vo recovered-'on It quicker timn I hnv*'0Ter neenniL'n
brouj{utnbout-*ynnyotl«:rtrijatoientforB«iny,
and I've iiocn a gooddefd '.t)tU.  Secbig no men
tion In your Almnuuoof yoar GarsnparlUa b«lni
good for scurvy, I thought you ought to know oi
thin, and bo send you the flieU.        *   . ■
ltcKpictfully youra,    RiLM Y. WlHOATt
the Trooper's experience.
Matttn,Raf.atoland{S.Afrka.)3tarch7,1883,
Dn. J, 0. Am k Co.—Gentlemen: I have
much i>1 cusoro to teatlftr to the great value of
you*. Barsrtparlllfl.   Wf ha-io bee* atutloned
Iiiro for ovt-r two ytari, during whieh tlflie wo
bad to Ilvo In tcnti.   Being under CflUfM for
iucli a time brought on what Ib caned In thia
country "reldt-iorai,"  I hod thoeo eijrei for
eon* time. I wm aSrliicd to take yoir 8tw^
parllln, two' bottka of which made my aoroc
dihippenr rapidly, nnd I am now oultc well,    '
Voiim truly, T.K.lltxsr.x.
fnoptr, Cape Motmttd lllfitmt-n.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
Ib tha only thoroughly effective blood-purlfloF,
the only medicine that eradicates tlia poh-onnol
Bcrofuw,  Mercury, and  Contagion i Dlseimc
from tha eyitcm.   .
.'    - PRBPABBB at
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Maw
LL
HM ty all DruftsUtt i Prioe ta |
<To. lessen.mortality and stop thein-
roads of disease,' use Northrop A Lyman's
Vegetable Diacovery and Dyspeptic
Core.-' For all diseases arising from Im-
Sure Blood, sacli aa Pimples, Blotches,
iliousnesl, Indigestion, e**c., etc., it has
no equsl. Mrs. Thosias Smith, Elm,
Writes: "I om using this medicine for
Dyspepsia; I have tried many rented'.*,
hot this is the only one that has done,
me any good."
,'.' ,,,	
8IKD9 pf .l_-L«!l_.
To bo struck by lightning on Mon-
'   To sit oh a buo-saw in motion on
■frhSv.    1
To; break the minor yonr wife's
mother gave her. .. -,'
To fall down-stairs with (he parlor
Btove oh Tuesday. ',
J To speculate with:'other people's
money, and get caught. ..
To spill salt in the coffee of a mail
who haa the -carving-knife. .
To soa jrj bfl -sjHictor over yoar
right shoulder iin Saturday.
To dream of (snakes after drinking
cider in a prohibitibn'toVn.
' To get-wet when -you full overboard
while noating on Thursdayr r -
To soe a bulldog over your left shoulder in your neighbor's orchard.
To be ono of thirteen at table when
there is only food ehough for sit.'
To call a bigger mail than yourself
hard names' ahyaay in tho week.
To marry on Wednesday a girl who
practices with, te^-ponnd dumb-bells.
To meet a detectivo at tho depot
when you are buying a ticket to Canada. ■■■ ■■.'.:.
To bet all your money on a hone
whose driver hss bet his money on another. . ■,■ '-'■'
To attempt to sitonaohsir thai
someone has removed, when you were
not looking, -.   ,  , .lt. ,
To see your overcoat ever either
shoulder as you pass ont of the shop
of your undo    ti _ai...
To offend your best-loved girl's little
brother, who, uw you kin another
Utile boy's iliter.-fe
f-BiH.
, Mi* W. J. Ung, Bethany, Out.,
writes: I waa oue ef the greatest sufferers for about lift-en months with a disease of Iny ear siinllar to alma, causing
entire deafness. ' r tried everything that
could be done throogh medical skid, but
without relief. As a last resort, 1 tried
Dr. Tliomae' sjolectrio Oil, and in ten
minutes found relief. I continued using
it, and in a short tints iny ear was cured
and hearing completely restored. I hsve
used this wonderful healer successfully
.in cases of inflammation, of the lungs,
sore throat, coughs and colds, cuts and
bruises, Ac, In fact It is onr family medicino.
Por sir R P Rithet, from Victoria, Dec.
8.-MUB Kngllnli, Miss London, Or and
Mrs MoLean, Hr and Mrs Beatty, Mrs Atkinson, Mrs Steward, R UphU, Rlelly,
London, M M English, Atkinson, Rev
Perolval, Humphries, J D Pemberton,
llol-mi, U«kor,Carr, Mr-unrarrle.
Wholesale tilt*- Market.
Reef,  , per IW lbs,.,,
Mutton "
KWmlsr'n)"
Potatoes
.*K IX>#
-7-0-1
. »-0(it
. 8_08
.0;7_S
lllffia
xnrmys     "        ...0971
Carroft      "  ...,.—,...-.. Sm,
»*'H ,:r=.:;::::*i::-S|:
CnhbiH-o     "  h 0 Sfl
,    ,v.r.,~-~ 2 00®
Ohhhatse
iW
Pwirs
Wlteiu
data -.< •* .„-„..„„«
genu "        	
Ha.v, im. r um  	
Butter (n>lId) ikt ft................
Ohoenc, "m'Mfl „
Ducks   ,      "        _	
Ohlcfcens, per pair.	
Turkeys! nor Hi.	
CurtlwiMKl (retail) per curd....
ri»
OUO
UW
on)
000
0 75
0 7.)
!
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
atiliei-OLVHiiuNMBoo.    Prices will be
fnuinl lower, ttuin at any other offioe In
llli. llmvtiinu.'.—Adv.
Onu'iliaii Psalter and Hymnat, with
limes (for IVsliytnrlah Ohnroh), at' T.
R Pearson * (Ju.'»,,Se\f "rVeitmlnitcr
and (irauvilhi, •' ' •■'      *
Beautiful photographic panoramic
view* in British Mumbla, $1.00 per
setatT.R. PearsonICJc's. '
OT. PAUL'S CHURCH. Services ev-
O ery Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 r.n. ln
the Church, at. John street, below Royal
avenue. Seals fret,.all are cordially Invited. Sunday School at ISO p. v.
. .     .  (fe_J»-o)
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary St.
Rev. G. Watson, Pastor. Services at
110. m. aad-T a m. Sunday School and
Bible Class 3:3*) p.m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at, 8 p.m. Seals free; strangers
cordially Invited..: -'Je7-Ic.
DttlJIW CHURCH, Rev. Robt Len-
D nte pastor; meets in the Court House.
Services M 11 A-.K. and 7 p.m.' Sabbath
Bchool and Bible Class at 2.30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Thursday evening ut 8 o'clock.
Strangers cordially Invited. aplStc J
»     ItSIOH LODQB Na, «, A. F,
^#\*r tt, A, M.— The regular Com-
^LAK aiunlcatlons of this Lodge are
/ ▼ \ held on the lirst Monday In each
month. Sojourning brethren are cordlai-
ly Invitedtoattend B. WILSON,
fe28-tc Seeretnry.
B
SITUATION WANTED
Y A MAN WHO IB COMPETENT TO
keen boobs, look nftoraatore or other
mereiuitllc btiBlnefw, collect, can
, tnke ohRtvo of a butchering businesa, or
'wt-ul-l tind'-.rtako almost any honorable
employment,.
Clothes Found.
A SUIT OF CLOTHES, IN THE HANDS
A of the Police, supposed to have been
itoltas The owner oan have them by
giving description to the Police Magistrate and paying expenses, if not claimed
within one month from dato will be sold
to pay expenses,   . dnoSSml   '
0. B. PROPHET,
Contractor and
Builder.
Jobbing of all kinds promptly attended
to. Jiitlmntcs furnished on tne shortest
notice. Address:—McKi-nzik St., next u>
Drill Shed.   ■    '■ . dnoflte
Change of Time!
«
[>HEC. r.N.Ca(Ld.)STEAMEIt,      ,
R. P. RITHET"
Will leave New Westminster on her
TUESDAY TRIPS,at <M*cletk a. m., Instead of 7 o'clock a, m,, as heretofore, until
further notice. She will leave on Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 o'clock a. in,, aa
•heretofore. -
JOHN IRVING,
THOS. L. BRIGGS, , Manager.
^ * ,,t%getxU    ■-._■' dno29w2
-ir-_#.ac.v.A.avx.a
FOBSALE
THE  UNDERSIGNED OFFERS   FOR
snlahls     ^... ... , f
Lot, with 8-roomed Dwelling House)
Situated oh Oolumbia Street, next the
Roman Catholic Chnreh. Comprises lai—
Drawing,Dining, B-.-1""  —.-«■.*.
eh,' Comprises lane
1 IUwms^and Klten-
*, Bath Koora, and
urnwiurii uuiinn,  nu
en: Pantry, Scullery, „
Wash House; Three-stalled Stable, Hay
Loft. Carriage House, and extensive Wood
Sheds, Ae. Plentiful supply of good
Bpring Water. Lawn, Flower and fruit
Garden..; splendid view, healthy location;
vary suitable for a large family.
'■ Apply to
d-d(.2tc HENRY V. EDMONDS.
AUCTION SALE
—or— "
REAL ESTATE,
Household Virsllare nd des*
eral Merelmsitee,
J HAVK KECEIVED IN8TRUCTIONB
Irom Mr. T. DEIOHTOS to Mil *~
rilrllo An'Uan an rrli<>> Israls
til l^iriaaw, §1 7 sviuek, tbat   .
LIUIBlTjOcUDBRQE   sltuatm   .
rllnbursli Wtren, in Iho oity, nnd as]
tlto rr-lrlrrnosof Mr. Smlthem.
Tills ilr'Blrolile (rroporty Is ror; t,vnt-
,.i.iv Hiiuiiusi,wTifafclftdia vi.n ,t tb.
Pmsor river and ssrroandlnjni, and I.
wllliln oasy itmrhnl Iho new Gat Works
anil tbo Hoyul Olw Planlns Mills. .
House Is woll built and ommiiailioliL..
arranlii'il, being .all lumber Anisnsd la-
side. It contains six rooms and a lata,
boll, Ji toet wide. .."Short Is also a sont.*
Hplendld Well of excellent water, cribbed
from tlio hottom and which coat NS to dl
Ig.
■Ty
mod  ChleMn House   *o'*)'ft
Woll of excellent	
  bottom and wnlol „...
The Lol, whioh Is Mll83 feet, Is thoroughly
cleared and laid down for garden and at-
oh*rtl',-,u-ill be told wit/tout retcrvc,
twill nlso null at iame lime -Remnants
of Carpet, Wlnwys, Dress (lood*, Valve*
teens, Hosiery.Glovt--., Trunks ana Vails*
ea. Moil's and lkij-s-HuliJt, Hats and Caps,
Waterproofa, Stoves, Tattles and Table
Coven, Chandelier*, Window Blinds,
Writing; Desk, SB I'lmlrs, Hewing Machines, ami a variety of Dry Qoouh and
ameerlcM, l «afc, Raymond A WiUihlr*V
Mnfe, Offlco Table, filmw Oaso,-W yds Mn'
olaum, Hansen A jtatU for store, SOlaia
Doom, Hot Singe Rtiggy HnrnpKS, 2 Raddles * Ilrldlfh.
•TTlie Sale, will bo held at Auction
Koomx In rear of T. J, Trapp's Hnrdwan
Hlore, Columbia Street, nt 7 o'elookp.m,
sliarp,
T. J". TRA.-Pap,,
dnoMl'l       ' Auctioneer,
P. Drysdale & Go.
Have now in Stock a Complete AsjsdrtirieBt of
HOUSE FURNISHINGS and CARPETS.
Men's Clothing and Underwear, Fine
Furnishing Goods.
Boys' and Youths' Clothing, Hats and Capt,
Trunks and Valises.
TWEED  MACKINTOSH   COATS,   GOSSAMERS ; AND
UMBERLLAS.
»&»AT REASONABLE RATES AND BOOfl QtmiTY.-gf
Samples sent on application.
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
dwqctStc .   . .'  73 Columbia Street, N.W.!
JUST ARRIVED
-AT-
JAMES ELLARD & CO.'S
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW DRESS GOODS,
Trimmings, Black and Colored
iH ; Silks, &e.
WOOLEN HOODS, TOQUES, CLOUDS, SQUARES, *€.
Millinery * Mantles.
LONDON HOUSE    *Y°* -W **•"•--*7' _^-,Colvi^»aa»illu,
Streets, Nets Halminilti.    dwoclt
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
CLOTHING,
UNDERWEAR,
Hats and Gaps,
Boots & Shoes,
AT IRE
LOWEST PRICES.
dwnoStc
. B. SHADWELL & CO.
(OI'POSITK COLONIAL HOTEL)
New Westminster. B.C.
BAKERS and GROCERS
KELLY   BROS.
iTHO HAVK FOR MANY YEARS SUPPLIED THE WE8T END WtlH
' excellent Broail and superior Oi-ocerios liave just purohu*] Mr. WUH.'s
lense oi tho Bskory, lately owned by f. Kimblo, »n CMnmbU'8tiwt, ud will keep
the two houses open for tlie accommodation of the public. Tiiey ens-oje to supply
Ooods of the vory lrest description anil, »t the lowest possible price.
tr Goods deliver*! to all parts of the niy free of charge.
dselttc
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Stationery & Printing Company, Id.
IMPORTKIW AND DEALERS IN
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, MUSICAL UBTNWIEIIT8
New Westminster  Vancouver A Vletorle. gitilj) gii'itiaj-; Columbian
~ftrttft_iifci&M^tiss^l
UttttrTduroi
Fress
San Fiuncisco, Doo. 2.—Jim Hope,
the famous burglar, was bofore Judge
Foohey to-day on a habooa corpus writ.
Before proceedings began. uio court
called attention to the remark ol Inspector BjJTons. of the Now York detective force,, -oJiUuii-kI : in , * J*e"*n t
despatch, saying, imiohg other things
relative to tho Hope case, thii "Own*
biers (hero) elected certain officials who
could be of use whon nooded." Judge
Foohey uJflJIWconildered this sisei-
tion a reflection on the supremo court
of this State, and ho thought itr (lis
duty to denounce tho assertion to be
"as false as it is infamous." How it
happened to be made at this time lie
could not say. Ho would not say it
was inspired by any ono hero.
Since th»ie_Mt defajontionof Cluis.
W. Banks, au-hieiLO. Wells Fargo Bi-
prass Co. J-ny whicli the company hit
over titO.OOOrMrBiHer'ha. boon' made
by tho directors requiring all officials
of the company who nave the handling
of any money to Iind vgood Md ai**Ci-|
cient bond. NearlynJF'the 'Officials
havo already' Wialified.    .    .      . .'
Custonis,„9ftc!»l" to,-day seized J20,-
000 worth of opium on the Btr. Rio do
Janeiro, recently arrived from China.
The drug was .usstd in tho coal hunkers. _\ £    ' *
Cleared, str. Sate of California, for
Astoria; str. Mexico, for Victoria!
British shipMorna, for Portland; bark
Otago, for Port Townsend. Sailed,
ship Charles E. Goody, for Nanaimo.
Madrid, Dec. 2.—Spain, after a
long and diffioult diplomatic controversy, has finally succeeded in inducing BismiWk to nlJta-don his woposal
to e>tablis*n Ilava StatiiMi at the Caroline Miuffls. Xu' doing so Bismarck
corrected!* SJpnWui unbasislor and
said "lt is becauso I recognize the
value and importance of the station
tliat I decide to abandon it in order to
show the value I attach to Spanish
friendship."
Oswuuo, N.Y^J-ep, ,2.—Tho vessel
■eported ashore lij'Meiloo Bay proves
  "iokmy.'>.iUi
reported
tobe the Ariodivd'Ci
a crew of 5 netillbM ftefe'Stfti-Mb
for this port?with barley. When off
this harbor last night she lost her
mainmast and drifted down the lake
till 1 tun. to-day, when she'went
osliore. The remaining men took to
the rigging and were nearly perished
when taken off. Their recovery is considered doubtful. TheAyessol has gone
to pieces. SK^jfas'iinoW eftft, imd
was valued sT«36,«KJ. Slie had 10,-
000 bushels of barley.
Dkmvee, Dec. 2. —A Springer special
snys: A dispute arose between J. M»r-
tenbe and Wm. Alley, two cow boys,
on the ranch of tlie Bed River Cattle
Co. near Ciiumarron to-day as to whieh
one hod oHofte of tho ranch during the
absence of the foreman, when the former attempted to discharge the latter.
This brought on bitter words, nnd
both men' drew re vol vert and fired.
Alley was killed instantly, and Morten-
be was shot through the right breast,
but will recover. The dead man come
from Porfcr Snrfhgs^Texesj**;;
Chicago, P#* f.—Jte Inter-Ocean
in a Into ctj^^'»-r» F-.AtiKS, niB-
lionaire coal merchant, is a victim of
Theodore S. Mize his confidential
book-keep** and cashier and secretary
of the Chicago and Minoyk Coaland
Coke Co., who has perpetrated a robbery that is BjtimiW at 8100,00.
Mize, who ism\\_\ thV .best known
men iu lqtaHJWfcie*. oh»Jes and a
member <m SHPnilfc-Veteran Club
and Apollo C\mltina_#mitkB omplnjre
of Ames Hu 72! - *MlM*ft> Spuple of
years from lh^^eTi»«pefed Awes'
employ he began a systematic toorse
of robbery, covering his dishoBisty bjr
false entries and by other schemes.
At first his stealings were comparative1
ly small, but of late years it is rumored
his peculations frequently ranched
thousands of dollars in a single mouth.
About a week ago Ames discovered
something wrong with the money accounts and it is said he charged Mize
with dishflHeety. j Miss confiseod his
guilt nnrl BMil he had been robhing His
employer for years. He begged for
mercy and promised restitution as far
as lay within his power. Since then
all his property which could be found
including a fine house has bean turned
over to Am"
London,
vail  in  V! _
shire, England.
Thirty men wore instantly killed by
an explosion in Lentoii colliery in bur-
ham In-day.
The nneient church <A. St. Mary
MaijdiUoiiHJin^nigi*t Rider itT'was
partially destroyed by fire, alio tour
warehouses ou the samo street. Tho
total loss atapunta tefGp&OQCv    —,
The CaQSM foi fc il Just 4 days
more. TQllI a^VglbllrougliJjiis
been present throughout, accompanied
by a secretary taking copious notes.
Thc duke laughs at various points more
with the air of an amused spectator
than ono personallyiatcrested. Capt.
Shaw was present MMM^&hue -J.N«ill
wns giving his ..«*6ta*ic« M'to Shim'*
relations with Lady Campbell. O'Neill's statoment was full and clear,
and impressed' tho court; nnd Russell's
cross-examination failed to shake liis
testimony,, Siiiuo society papers lament the effect qf the evidence on the
reputation of aristocrats among tho
people.
A despatch from Dublin gives an
account of 'rt interview han there
with Mr. Sexton. Upon being asked
what, ill liis opinion, had caused tho
present action of the government, Mr.
that the sucooiW4* tltrmftibmliiit
campaign compelled Irish landlords
'to appeal to the government which
swereil, '-No; If goifernmonl attempts
ta suppress tho league through tho
viceroy, It will find itself in a ruinously
untenable-Huston. JDHeove*',. (".ft**
proseril-^^raino'n'l""?'
situation more cliflioult than ever, as
nubile indignation will mako the sue-
wss nf tenants all.*i"«K)-».*P»."
Haktfobd, Conn., Doc. 2.—Eight
proprietors of second rato hotels nnd
restaurants in this oity were Jtrrestod
for ushiig Joloomiugaflno cut theiftablca.-
without displaying placards witli tho
word "Oleomargarine" printed on
thom, required by law under u penalty
of J50 fine. The defendants were remanded for ono week undor $200
bonds each. This is regarded as a
test case. \    :"s,.
*ij*'_»_i&^,'Ft1Dr*k 2.-SA •Oorx-
iiKicial Oojj«(.ij Bellsin, Ohio, speoial
says there was a termite explosion Bf
powder in the store of Robt. Hall, six
miles west of here, this afternoon, fatally injuring three and seriously
burning four persons. The explosion
was caused by someone stepping on a
parlor match that was lying on Iho
floor, when a spark ignited some powder in a keg and blew the whole end
but of the store. I File men and two
boys who were in the store were prostrated,
JibsW Citv, TS.' J:, Deo.' 2.'—A
frightful disaster, involving tho death
bf six men andleiious.injuries to 12
others, was reported tbis afternoon on
the arrival of the steamer Western-
land. On Nov1: 27th a huge cross-sea
was suddenly encountered, whieh fell
with terrific force on the forward deck
of the steamer, then seven days but
from Antwerp, The deck waa crushed
in, and buried the unfortunates beneath a mass of wood and iron debris.
Next instant the water swept along
the gangways of the main deck, carrying aevenl persons with it. The crash
was terrific, but before the appalling
nature of the accident was realized by
the passengers the officers of 'the -ship
had all the men available engaged in
the work of rescue. The injured were
carried <&. the intermediate cabin,
which was transformed into a hospital.
Four seamen were found to have xeeft'
killed outright, and passengers injured
as follows: Jos. Levadorie, both arm!
broken; Max Kogl, leg broken; Julius
Weil, severe contusion on the back
and abdomen; Francis Tauari, three
ribs broken and lungs punctured;
William Harcomb of New.. York, leg
broken and arm dislocated; Eugene
Sohmer, sovere scalp wound; Gustave
Bronu, several contusions on the back
aid thigli-'aiM' fsoo bawy'eutj' Joe
Christmun, arm broken. The dead
were buried at sea. Many affecting
scones wero witnessed at the improvised hospital when passengers inquired about their friends. Everything possible was done for the rcliof
of the injured. The cabin psisengers
showed their sympathy with the on-
foitiinates by many kindly (Hts, aiid
raised a purse of 2,000 Irenes to be
distributed among the families of the
dead and injured. When the steamer
reached port the injured pasKigen
were transferred to the hospital. An
inspection of the vessel afforded some
idea Of the terrible blows she received.
The crushed deck was known as the
forward whalabeck. It wss construct-
ed of 4-inch pine planks, resting on
massive iron beams, these in turn held
up by 3-inch iron rod stancheons, The
< Tait volume of water struok the whale
' back about 15 feet from the stern* and
crushed in a section 2!l feet in length
and extending the full width of the
steamer.
Dublin, Deo. 2.—I7iufe8 Ireland
publishes a. legal opinion given by
Right Hon. Hugh Holmes, attorney
general for Ireland, te tbe government
as to its right to suppress the new
movement of the Irish National
League, which aimed at the landlords
by having tenants deposit with a
trustee suoh sums below the demanded rents as the tenant* believe fair
and are willing to pay. Tho line of
aotion which the landlords proposed to
have the government adopt to cruih
out this form of resistance was to arrest everypcrsonwnir"*should" act as
trustee, thus rendering the  League's
{ilan of paying rents futile, the land-
ord's agent being of courso debarred
from accepting tenders below the landlord's figures. Tho attorney genoral
says men have a legal right tii act as
trustees ss proposed by the Lesgue,
and the government hai no right to
arrest them for so anting. Mr. Holmes
also advisee landlords to seek some
method of getting their moniei which
will .nnt involve ...government assistance. .
To frustrajh|n*adJorda'-'endeavors to
seize rout, bjr asssfls of garnishee or-
dersaerved oiia tenant's trustee, instructions have been issued on the
-plan of the recent caniua*gn, advising
trustees to convey ij^-nNr* to persons of
assured integrity, but possessed of ap
property which the garnishee ot—tr.
will affect. This precaution ha elv .
ready been taken in regard to 27.
properties.
■ WiTBRTiiwn, N. Y., Deo. 2.—An
unknown sohooner went ashore this
morning of 'Stony.. dreek, abuut 3J
miles from WoodviHe. She lays on
the rocks with the waves breaking
over her, and is rapidly going to
pieces. Throe men and a woman are
on board. The life-saving crew have
gone to attempt to rescue them.
New York, Dec. 2.—Judge Dono-
hoe, of the supreme court, granted attachments against the proporty. of Anton Rivers, of No. 60 Liiperard street,
lut night, on complaint of nil former
bookkeeper, Clifford Kemp. Kemp
charges that Rivers ordered him aa
book-keeper to change the accounts of
the business so as to show sssets to
the amount ol fBOO.OO when lh milt*
there was only 88,000 woMi. Kemp
alleges lhat Ihis was dune with intent
to obtain 930,000 insurance by setting
the place on firo. Kemp was to receive 8.1,000 for the job, ahd ho claims
that the insurance adjuster Was paid
(4,000 to give a favorable 'report.
Napa, Oal.j Deo. 2.—Tliosi Siley
•tabbed Michael Kearney seriously
about the neck and breast in Justice
Laves' court yesterday at YouugSvllle.
Riloy's wife and Kearney had a quarrel during llio day about cows in a
Sssture, whon Kearney struok her.
,iley had assailed him and Wss nrrei|-
ed for assault, and during the court
proceedings the men quarreled. Kearney il not likely to recover.
Absolutely Pure.
-This powder nevor varies. A marvel of
purity, Htrenfith and wholesomenesa. More
•oonomioal than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold in competition with the
mnHltudeof low test, short weight alum
of phosphate powders. Sold only in cans,
•Royal BakIHG Powder Co.,'1W Wall St.,
New York. Sfely
-JU-U-J--
^intst. Twin Foeh -t-v'baiiilreewdrt,*
Dysjwpsla and IlU_o.iBm.ss, yield when
war in waged against them with Northrop k Lyman's vegetable Discovery and
Dyspeptic Cure. Its use also insures the
riwmval of Kidney ami IJUiini* imltwii**,
aod'^roniote-i oimbsti-iit-tad attifan of the
bowels. The purity of its ingredients is
another point in its favor. As a Mood
purifier it lias uo equal. It ii also a great
JiW»rtte-WiththffU(Hii^'';:vVV   Wi-'V
Port Hammond Nursery I
XTOW IS THE TIME TO SEND IN'
i^( .your orders, If yon want some of
those nice fruit or ornamental trees,
shrubs, etc., fiom Ontario. As I return
about the middle of June to settle up my
affairs there and come out this fall with
the stock for-my nursery hore, and will
select and bring yonr orders right along
with me for this full nnd next spring's
planting, I will satisfy all both as to quality of trees and fruit, ahd I will be settled
hore ln tbe business so you will know
where to find me. All communications
after the middle of Juno may be addressed
to me at Bowmanville, Ont, or to Carleton
4 Harris. Port Hammond.
G.W. HENRY,
my22tv Port Hammond P.O.
TelPhqiieGau.no, 6.
P; 0. Box 71
WM McCOLL
Isisral hUse!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
I.UNDBOM'S BLOCK, Oolumbia Bl.
ilw-iiuJtte
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE UNDERSIGNED has established
himself In the City ol .New Westminster with a tinST-OIiASS
COVERED OAfiRIASE,
lVhl-.li is open for Engagement! at
very moderate Charges.
Orders left at the Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
o duy or night, stable next Ii. Elliott's
  JOB.CATEH.
Telephone No_-89. , , mylte
The British Oolumbia
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Famishes all Kinds or Help
Free of Charge.
OUR BUSINESS ABBOT.
D%*_
„ ,'OU V/AVt *(_)• BUY1, OR BELT. A
Business, tuko a partner, etc.
PICKERIK8 ft CO.
OPPIOEt Fort Street, tielweim Couelas
and Broujliton, VICTORIA, B.C. P.O
box 031. mliM .
Wood and Coal.
TKE SUB90MIHO MH PS HAlfl) A
laiieaufhUtyl>7 ,.•'•• j W '
^w      And an assortment of
-CORPWQQP-
ffleh he vill sell at .lowest rate*  Ho
111 also promptly attend to all kinds of
-Orders left at Mr. MoColl's storo on Columbia street, or at my house. Douglas
street; will meet with prompt attention.
HENRY EtfiXOtT.'
New Westminster B. O. JlylOto
rod
T HEMBt 'ervS'NcrtioE (rhAt 'i
1 Inldndlo".uim]j?St tho,next sUtlng,.ol
llio LlOuusfliff Court for this City for a
License to soil fcrmoiiteil and lutoxlcnt-
ing llimora hyretill on the p.en>UHat<
present known ns ..- „...n ---.
tobe heit.flercalHITtUeDepot Hotel.
-" P.O.BILLADEAUX
; New Wostmlnstor, S«h Nov.,18S0.
NCffijCE.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO US
are requested to call and settle their,
accounts at once. By doing so they will
oblige us and save themselves farther
troublo. .1 ..
N. B.—All account* not settled before
the 10th of December will be placed tn the
hands, of a uo) lector for collection,   l
KELLY BBOH.,
dnoZGml • West End Bakery.
DOUGLASS DEIGHTON,
Manufacturers and Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. O.
-**" , drsr-jlytutu ,
PIONEER
Fish s Game Store!
WM. H. VIANEN
H' AS ALWAYS ON ftAND A GOOD
supply of
Fresh mi Salt Water Fish.
aAIO IS BIA-IOI*.
DEALER IN 8KI1.B AND PELTRIES.
Purchases will be delivered In any part
of the City free of charge.   ,   WlySlyl
NOTICE.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to Inform his friends and the Publio
Senerally that he has purchased of Messrs.
wens A Insley tbe premises lately known
as the •■Bingham House," situate on Columbia Street, In this city, dpposltethe
Station of the C. P. B.-to be henceforth
known as the Depot Hotol—where he ventures to hopo that by stiflcf attention to
the comfort and requirements of his pat*
rons to merit a share of tnolr support.
The cuisine will be under tto manage
mont of an experienced cook and thi
Bleeping department under the personal
superintendence of Mis. Btlladeaux,
Premises quite new uud charjjci moder-
al<,, P; O. BtLLADEAUX.
New Westminstor, 30th Noy.,-1680.
dnofflml     ...
mmm
Wholesale and Retail   ,,„;
HRUGGISTSI
New WcstmliiBtep, B. C.
.'•:'.        , mhlOto	
IMPEEIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'r.
1 Old Bko Ai) St. and 16 Pam. Mm,
IOOTON.
INSTIT*njED 1808;
FOR INSURING HOUSES ft OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Vanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessols; also, Ships build-
.Ing and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Good* on hoard such Vessels, throughout
Crest Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
!ci*fess
FROM LOBS OR DAMMUS BI FIftE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
■fei.eoo.ooo stg.
, iind every iuf onna-
od application to -
W. J. ABMSTB0NC,
Agent (or New Westminster.
Rates of Premh
tion can bo obtain)
-rKAOTICAI.-
500,000 NOW IN USE
^lri^beaflnjt'the Highest Testimo-
01 W>ls ^"^ ***' ^ ^m ^m'    '
The ClMSapest and Beit Machine in the Mafket.
djn'linrl iixamliw then  Ueloro going
Chas. J. Robson's
PtlUIT BTORE,
Ofinsl loColohlinl Holol. ilnoSlc
Hss just received lor tlie Holidays u Hn.
assortment of Oolil am.8ttver	
.!•,,;•;,!! ll! I aUi'AltS
JEWELRY
GHNTS'
HOLD & SILVER WATCHES
ladles Sin. Swiss Gold Watches
1    :(rom$25to$55,".'"..
Ladles Size American Stem-
wlndlni Oold Watches, at
MHIHBIK-We rlo not sell "fllled"
Watches and Jewelry as solid gold.
Our goods sre guaranteed just as represented; and prices lower thsn any
'Other house in B. 0.
WW_*IW.,__IXJbK*
NEW WEStMINSTER. B. C.
delOle
■ Sfe^sssaa^o:
appllcafion .- —.    --.   	
otlflindsand Works for a lease /or timbering purposes, of the following described
lands: ■'-■■'-'      ' ,''   ••
Teatt N«. l—Commeti<i|'ug at apo^t-tti
clirthis ciifit from. A. J. Cotterl's sptul^enst
corner Btato (Elk Bay; Johnston Straits),
thence south.-lit ehains; west, 60 chains;
north, 40 chains; west, 40 chains; north.
30 chains: west, OOchalns; north, 40 ohalns:
oust, 40 chains; north, 20 ehains: west-Oi)
chalus; north, 20 chains; east, 20 ohalns;
north, 20 chains; east,20 chains; north. 20
chains; cast. (10 chains, thonee south to
shore line of Elk Bay: thenoe in a south!
westerly direction to W, P. Sayward's
claim; thenoe following around said
claim, to sayward's southeast stake on
EtkBay; thence JfoIloWIng shore line to
Cotterl's northwest eornor post; thenpe
along Cotterl's south and east boundary
to place of commencement; said "tract
con wining 1300 aeres, moreen- less.   . .
Tiiact No. 2.—Commencing at McNa-
hernlo, Noi-llu-ustcorner Nodullae Channel, Thurlow Island: thenco North 20
chains, East 20 ehnins, North *X) ohalns.
West 40 chains, North 40 chains. West
40 chains. South 140 chains, to MoNa-
iiorule, Nortii Imundary line; thence
ilast along said North boundary to place
or commencement; paid tract containing
800 acres, more orloss. ,   ,- ,'.).•'
Tkact No. 8.—Commencing at a post set
on shore lino of Thurlow Island, Crawfo.d
anchorage, Cafdero channel; thence
South 10 chains, East 20 chains. South 80
chains, East 40 chains, North 80 ohalns,
East 40 chalns.rNorth 40 chains; thJtice
westerly to point of commencement, said
tract containing 720 aeres, mow or less.
ROVAL CITY PLANING MILLSOO. 1
PerW.,T.AG,
Now Westminster, B.'0.t n.i
.15th November. 1886.       duoifivl
WAHflE OF TIME TABLE,
:..1JJi_i-T-r_--rrij,..,'/,'.T.1ii.Jj
TO [-etemto'Bwr n™ ■
and Way plaees-fttuming oi' Tue**ay*.
Leaves on THURSDAYS Alr'-Http* aiid
way places, returning on Saturdays.	
dwnollto     .chPl,' ___ %____,
.    WHAT PHYSICIANS ik, AMUT THI
STARR KIPN5Y PAP.
"Treatment hy Absorption has (or some
time been recognized by Medical JI »to
be the most simple and effectual means
of conveying to Diseased 0)ia1ns."Cura-
tlvcs,w but in cases o( KldneyDlRease and
Complaints attendant thereon, successful
treatment was prRotlcablv. impossible until' tho Introduction of flie Starr Kidney
Pad. It costs less than a single prescription and ts Immeasurably moro decisive
and cffdtve ttiiiri any quantity of internal
■Mdiclnal dtinina. Woru immediately over
the seat of Disease. Us curative properties
become absorbed by the diseased and enfeebled Organs,continuously and directly,
as required to Insure tn return their healthy acllon and original vigour. It Is comfortable to the patient and pleasant In IU
eflbcts, and cures when nothing etse can.
The Starr Kidney Pad■ accomplishes positive, decisive results; A more valuable
discovery as a tm'fl- remedy for Kidhey
Diseases was never made.—Medical Qatelle
'The Starr Kidney Pud* manufactured
In Toronto, Is a permanent sure cure for
diseases, disorders und aliments of the
Kidneys, Bladder ami urinary seeralWe
svstem, or attendant complaints, causing
pain In the small -of the hack, sides,eic,
producing nrlnaiT^llRordert., sueh aS too
frequent, scanty, difficult, painful or copious micturition, Inability of rotehtlon and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,,
etc.. denoting the presence in the system
of diseases common to tho urinary secretive organs-known as gravel, catarrh of
the bladder and passages, Bright's disease,
diabetes, drqpsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Send fofpamplilol to LANGLEY A
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria, Retailed liy A, M.HEUmNGand D. a CUETW
A CO., Ne*ir WestrtilhSter; T. McNEE-
LEY, Ladner's Landing ;H. McpOWKLL
mod. HA8TINGS8AW.MaLCO.,THB
VANOOUVE? DRUG' <BO.t Vanconvipi
Vf, B. MaOARTNKY- 4 BH&, Vancouver
and Kamloops; J. RLOVELL Jidatjr,.
a MBGAW Priest VaHfey; H. CLAtttC*
CO., Kamloops.
dwe-rtsyl
TESTIMONIAL!
'ft ilBRTWkT vdlp
MB. fl. ROBERTSON,
Representing Goidle 4 McOullooh, -   '
Gait, Out.
Sin.—We the undersigned having witnessed the terrlblo flro which wiped out of
existence tho yodng'clty of Vancouver,
on the 13th Inst, have* after the fire, examined the safes sold by you, some of
wbloh were put to the most severe test,,
having been surrounded by large quantities of lard and bacon, and we arc pleased,
to testify to the remarkable manner In
which eveir Safe sold by you-ptcserved
its contents, not only boobs and pB wih,
but elso thousands of d "firs in • -.per
money were taken oii erfeot i ndl-
tlqn. We catt, therefor       h the greats
est confidence, recommeuu ihom as thoroughly fire pruo'i , ,.,L| e.-,,)j},
L; A. Hamilton, for the Canadian Pacific
.Hallway Company:   M. A. MacLean,
Mayor; John J. Blake, Stipendiary Ma-
gtstrate; Rlch'd. Alexander, Jostfoe ol
the Peace; John BoiUtbee, Police Magistrate, City of Voneouver; ThbtnaeDunn,
Justico of the Penoa; Isaac Johnsi Col.;
Edward E. Rand, Ileal Estate Broker;
It. Balfour,* Alderman; John Rankin,
, Real Estate Broker; Plthov & Edeon,
Rojal Hotel ^ H. F. Keefer, Contractor,
Sltl     JIULIJI,     kt,   I'I IkVUIUSI   uiwunvwil
, R,| J.-W. MeFnrtaihf, SHSlfSUtW,'
l»iVanoo«ve>ii»jiiiB«Hiit>;Bai|,J'.
Wm. Ross
!_F--&__E3-L-Q_R.
JUST ARRIVED!
,000 STOCK
From the prinoipal Houses of Gormany,
Pi-ance, Great Britain, the United
'    States and onr great Dominion.  \
600 LINES KEPT OH HAND.
CAU and &EE™MY, ■ STOCK, Bfc,
TORE .VOU. PDRCHA8E,
Bool, and Shot!, from Mo upwards.
Felt * RutiHer «ood_ l irnm-Tum
 i^allklute,   ,  ,' ,;„ ' r,    ■' ;,,,
lafllM' - dolls' Slipper- fo. Xmass.
tho loveliest ever seen.
8. Iiliea of Udle_',.MIi-i>_' I CMW*
»n'» Boot,.  .    ,..; ,t. ii   ■;■■■■
WM. ROSS,
< oloaisi luul nix*, «j.luHbi.it.
.■•■■■ dwnolllto. .'J    il
•fcTQTIO.E-l.
XTOTICE 18 HBREBV aiVEN,1)KAT
i> Mtlaysafuirilnlowe Intendatiniyin.
to tho Chief Commissioner of Lanils and
ftl#KQN
MflRBLE WORKS
<   JA MHS rlsBKR, Froprietor.
MONUMENTS, ■JsAP^QNE-l.TbMBS,
•TABLETS AND CBOWB8, KUB*
NrTURE MARBLE, <te. '
Persons. living at n dlstanoe. by sendlni
renioo. living .. 11 «i._»»uw. ujr-wuuiua
a description of what l*ey wish, osn tlav,
designs, prices, etc., furnished ou application. All work suornnteed e*|ual toany
on the PaolOo Coast, and at nasonahle
rates.- N, B,—No agents employed.
Gordon Street, Tlctorla, B. C.
Opp. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
r tnlllDto .    Irll/l ,1 '■
JOHNS; cox,
Importer and Dealer lh
INCI4ID-NQ
WHITE LtEOMORHB,        _
BROWK LBOHORM,
"'• PLYMOUTH ROCKI,
LANOSHAKeS,
Whit. Or.-t.d Black Pol»nd|,    	
Q»lsc.a gowls.  R...K Ducks,
sauBlrds and' Eggs supplied at low ratts,
andall stook guanmteotf.
Boyal Arenue, East ofBootUiS..
New "Westminster, coal H»rt»r
»nd Seattle Boole.
(/.JW.'TAOTiS, Ma'stoi')''1   - ':'■-
WILL llBAVife SEATTLE EVERT
ThornU.y ».«*•« stl»-tl«lJ, fpr
New Westminster and Cool Harhor, via
Port Townsend and the Islands; arrlTe. at
Stent Westminster on Friday forenoon,
leaves for Coal Harbor about two hour,
afterwards; leaves COAL HARBOR M>
dayNlski for Seattle.
'     ran to Krsllle,. .....SkM   '
Vrelsktperto.,.. .,...; I.M.
Special rates to merchants.       aplOtc
A Private College I
 FOR	
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
WILL' Blp OPESEi) AI
ROSS BAY, VICTORIA, B. C.
■■■:■■;-J_$__-' •■■
MONDAY, AUBU8T 16,1886.
BUILUINO   HAS   15 . LARQE
jms and' Is well furnished with
r grates, bath rooms, 4c. Ac ■
illent opportunities for all kinds of
healthful exercises, Includlngbootlng and
bathing. ''    . •■■.■''■
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tod their gonerol welfare carefully con-
A C0MPETEHT STAFF OF IWIWCTOM
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Escellent faclllllss will bs afforded for,
Instruction In' Eaillsk, rmwai-rclal,
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Application Forms, Rebrences and full
Information furnished bj-
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Re-Opening!
J. S. MANSON
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Htroot, and will have always od -land
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A PERFEQT FIT
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